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The Jewish Floridian ( April 16, 1965 )

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* "Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY •or >o Miami, Floridn, Friday, A Five Seciions Price Sl.C V '•• %  • %  -AM/A <"; '-'t: I* A S S M V E R ii ttiTI O Y 1965 55725 A Joyous assover To All "... ge' you forth from among my people, both ye and the children ol lsraei' (Ex. 12, 31) Thus was Pharaoh forced to p'ead with Moses, after the th Plague was visited upon the • arts. unisian Chief Urges Mid East Peace PRINCIPLES Or PASSOVER AND MIAMI'S CAMPAIGN Bourguiba States UN JA Presses Toward Goal Recognition of Israel list r I In. (I ye I'Th cemenl fiui the Combined pi al campaign had reach .200.0IHI mark reward its 080 was made by Dr, Irving Lehrman fi 1 campaign review and re ling on Wednesday. appioach the beautiful ningful holiday <>! Pasa retell the tale ,i i ie ex Jev is i peopl %  from lo freed: in," Dr. Lehrman %  is precisely what our Jew ii Appeal drive is 10 men, women and 1 k a life of freedom %  Bourguiba, ol Tunisia, called ; week f< r the creati: n of "a climate ol psace and coexistence between Isiacl and the Arab -i:iti< In separate interviewEshkol Expects U.S. Arms • who are participating ,h leadership of our cam9"and those who are workso hard in the Trades, Pro" Residents and Woman's ""is. know full well the nm S of • successful tint" both on behalf of Jews ARAB OFFICIALS IN PARIS PAGE 3-4 TFI AVIV (JTAi Prime to a question at a luncheon at the Mimsm le E >kel said lure I-.sl lei Aviv PrCSS Chlh. waere M^waS w ke.Id ttat LsaresUltOfnegOtiaasked whether the United States OIK hie United S at for las made any attempts to ,ra,x,c He made that statement in reply raels atomic reader at DlmOOT, i.i arms supplies being sent to the Vrab states Affirming that some arms concessions are expected from the United States, he added: "There are no strings attached." He declared that W. Averell HarriContinued on Page 9-A x er the Frent h r idio and in t o of the m si influential daily news• apers lure — Le Monde and Le Figaro — the Tunisian leadei icittidted, sin igthened and en large d upo i bis ii for ArabIs at '.i rapprocht nent, whit-b le -t ii iied in .!< danian Jerusalem u month ago in all three stat( tnents, he urged [a return to the United Nations Palestine Partition plan of 1947. Ill 'the interview in Le Figaro, he added: "It is equally necessary to recognise the United Nations decision creating the Stale of Israel." declaring: "It is to everybody's interest to respect the legality of the Untied Nations. For the Arab I refugees, it would mean a posContinued on Page 5-A



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%  XnlstincrMter/ Paqe 3->A atican Sees Sermon Battle Closed L ME (JTA) Vatican Pis indicated this week that L considered the controversy L r Pope Pauls Passion Sunday Jnilv j n which he cited Jewish feasibility tor the death of .„< u a dosed issue. The same nion it "•'• reported, prevailed logg Italian Jewish leaders. Eg 0 pinj m, however, was not t rP ,| in other countries, parli Ijrh in the United States, where .American Jewish Committee J the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun|ot America expressed concern i the Pope's sermon. %  The Italian press reported Ijdely on the content of a teleL,m to the Vatican, signed by [idge Sergio Piperno, president : the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, and Rome Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff, who expressed concern about the Pope's sermon. As background material, most of the newspapers reprinted extracts from the Declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations voted last November by the third session of the Ecumenical Council. It was indicated this was done to explain the reasons for the negative Jewish reaction. The telegram said that the Pope had "confirmed the accusation against the Jewish people,' and that "the old accusation ol decide was renewed, which has been lor centuries the source of tragic Injustice* against Jews." The mes sage noted that the charge apparently had "seemed to have been L\rabs Due in France o Discuss Mid-East JARIS (JTA) — Top officials | ian and Lebanese Govnents are scheduled to visit ince for talks which reportedly touch on Arab plans to bar [dan River waters to Israel, inmetl sources said here this week. |)r. Hassan Mrewed, Syrian ForUinister, who has just com(ted a visit fo Communist China, 1 arrive in Paris next week. Leb. kse'President Charles Helou will A Progressive Bowk INVITES YOU... 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France was expected to raise j with President Helou the Arab plan to divert the waters of the Hasbani tributary as a "spite" meaisirre against Israeli plans to im1 ph?ment the Eric Johnston Jordan River water resources plan. It was reported that both President de Gaulle and Foreign Minister MauIrice Couve de Murville will warn ILabanon against changing the wai ter status quo. Goodman Group Eye Bank Party I. R. Goodman Group of Ha| dassah held its annual Eye Bank i party at Washington Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr., on Sunday. Capt. Leo Gardner, Southeastern i Regional director for El Al Israel i Airlines was host. Proceeds from the banks help in the cure and prevention of trachoma. Program following the smorgasbord luncheon featured a new movie on the many projects in Israel which Hadassah maintains through its fund-raising activities. RAT PROOFING A Specialty ttGUUD PUT CONTffOl F0 rfO/hf AND BUSINtSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. 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The sources asserted that the Pope was only explaining a passage In the Gospel referring to the Jews killing Christ, giving the passage its • %  traditional interpret at ion of the, historical fact, an interpretation that traces back to the moral responsibility of the Jews of that time for the death sentence pro nounced by the Roman Judicial*} The American Jewish Committee said it was "astonished and concerned" and added that the sermon "sharply deviates" from the Declaration approved by the Ecumenial Council last November, which the Committee quoted as saying that "All that happened to Christ in his Passion cannot be attributed to the whole people then alive, much less to those of today." The statement urged "further clarification" to "allay the sadness and disappointment engendered among Jews and all men of goodwill" by the sermon. Rabbi Israel Miller, president I>1 the Rabbinical Council of America, made his statement prior to the Vatican's informal rejection of the PipernoTonff telegram. He said i! was hard to understand how the Pope's sermon could be reconciled with the Declaration on Jews. He odded that the Pope's sermon confirmd the position of the rabbinical group that while it welcomed a i better understanding among the j world's major faiths, "such understanding must be based upon the i promise that each is a unique, re[ligious community with a unique 1 commitment." FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE CM PROTECTION BERNARD SEGAL INSURANCE AGENCY First National Bank Bldg. • Miami • FR 9-6441 REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANIES Extension phones help you outwit busy days. Put them to work all around your home. How about one for the kitchen? Best way to keep an eye on what's stewing, boiling, broiling, toasting while you discuss what's cooking. (What else that costs so little makes you feel so good?) 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Pooe 4-A m OFF5CE cad PLANT — 120 JLE, Saei S*ea 7a4epoooe FR 3-6CS Taietypo fj.n% % %  hfrar.i TWX 3C&36-t963 fvr Tr*e*9 ?*• sr T* INM 1 -Edact od ?u=asa Execatre Es-ar rert SHOCHET LEO KDCDUN SZLKA M. TBOM?SOK Aa*. to Pabfiafear darki^ the week ... is i sfe it *F LEO MINIUM 6C 2 ^ %  I r.* -. ; -:..-r *Ha. rrjfcy Apr* 26 1965 14 Klacr 5*25 C-** *^Jf **~* ** ** %  IMn,. par: af a ciraft OK rriasaoa* bet**a the r~>. %  *-. Pr Lie*had g-d —e tor :_• I 3WHW4 ~ he d M hat* -*< _•-"c* %  a %  For a Passovers Eternal Peace Plea v Mrs; ;-*e-_z^-_-_L: :::. %  ::=--:•.;: a ." 7E ar is the i tkb case am. af jttn saw the Csoae —• .j^. %  as 4 ud 5 the b %  ii Mi liia. the AJC Dr. Lichees .wyfaJr detaOed katz-stasdrt r by the Ai^MianN Leaf* a, a s*r*r -T^ '-• %  ; --; %  : : -:-: -.-r •-. ;' '''" %  : %  : -* %  • j. --. .-.--..--,_. •• -.--•. %  %  %  *<£ a i m tfasa ritne;::..: :-. ~r TTT.~=Z —.:~r —-e : r~ exrrj — r : %  J:•*: : i.z-.z-.^z. : %  -\-. :-.' :%  -^ ;.-_:.::s l=::e. = -:_: _-_e p*-: e :;=: %  %  -_ sureiv sapior* ftot i en-rre r;- — d :::rre r. r r ; :: :;.r'.T ^c-2 ""e-^-r — !" • %  r **TS larpf a par: of saaft %  i. :r. ;s everrxir:; Combined Jewish Appeal Eyes Goal fhe 7' Moves Forward ucjtLtaeu; aecvycaact ErwrrariM ay rat ^m IUBK QOPE PXUL :: : %  ~-i .-. : % • : :— -^-.-a a.: the M*&J-J: -. •• % %  ."..: : -. %  ...... — -i j %  %  --.-.' %  sir i %  .:Sc ::v -:. ha I I I I I Otttoa zz^ri 'z z-i r_'.5c %  r'"^^ Arcsol w-gig .-Jier :!-;-• rt— -,c:v = rr.?' ^; of .-.—MTf Ik. wfc 111 f io *Jie Sacae c£ IsnaaL >—'—r ?^;^.t-r^r we recall Wm -*~i~r.zz et fte ^:?.-er. l=rze_ es •Jirviai "e z\~^er %  • er Vjffini lewry : :-:-, --— c -— —,•• %  :• '.ie • :i.: : %  '" fl :: =*-rr-^; T =r. ; TM HAiOa 0 TM iJT7>-UJVrr% ::: ;^* i — -T ; _T. ^.e ?CTJI I>r;^ ;zd M.T-e r—_r. -eetr-r Irr *rr 5 ; wcs :~-5* :rr -^^T" -.-zz~ ":"?/ "H_2 s od won hnaari -~-.-T r-d v ~--v *---d vM ^e MM BHCkai 2i --w exec-^s — J:~ e -rr= -e.:— r—^:e. i.-e-r--: e cenC^ HIS PAT -Ae Erector of the XatMai r -vaee has faae evea tether Ttser* :abeei he spoae Kho a H as aaaBMcrfretataoa thaa as %  nstraaoiaQaa. Bart the Pre DepartmeM of the Xatcc*: teee. aa its awa \e > S


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Lay. April 16, 1965 *'Jenisti ih>rid!ian Page 5-A 'eader Expresses ACLU Principles [iTCH, The Jewish Floridian: f ihP ACI.U I feel I wh *i Mr Goldring is apparently from oppression." understand stod -T; the JSt Sewl We^rfn^iSSd'rtne'cSe ^ :;,.,,^noln ,0 acce W p, U J^^ r X* SIS S*! ,,,o our denunciations of "J %  "gan^ution. One ot those pnn, %  „ VnAmerican Activities ples most important to the ACL! when the Committee l!f_* e !" ^ ^ ,l S?_ 0 ?. 8 "!"*• "*??: ti try alleged Communists or travelers by Committee which are. as the late emotional responses that impugn the motivations of Jewish lawyers, for whom I have the highest regard, because these lawyers followin the footsteps of other Jewish lawyers such as Felix Frankfurter who was one of the founders of the ACLU. and who also foug.it for a single standard of justice as far back as Sacco-Vanzetti. have sent similar letters to Sen. Spessard Holland and Congressmen Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell. I am certain it would be of interest to your readers. Hon. George Smathers United States Senator from Florida U. S. Senate Building Washington, D. C. Dear Senator: Last nights Apr. 7. Television Sta. tion WTVJ presented a film, "Let My People Go." Among others. Ithere were horiible..scenes of torWe would like through the medi| t re „ anH atrocities committed by 'dard of justice fir all. To do less than this is to destroy freedom. I regret that Mr. Goldring has ... Malin dubbed their inves"trial by subpoena." It: I %  Mm that the Hous* UnAmeriActivltiM Committee has oshsi: begun an investigation [HH Klan and the so-cal!ed I: -irty, it makes the HUAC itr gations completely consti|ic-i!ly correct insofar as peoum of The Jewish Floridian to thank the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged and the parent* of the children of the North County YM-YWHA who graciously pesed for the pictures illustrating our 1963 campaign brochure. "What Does Your Gift Really Do?" the Nazis against Jews. The victims included many of my relatives. Several days ago, the self-styled Fuehrer Rockwell stated at a Nazi rally in Dallas, Tex., that his followers intend getting rid of Negroes and Jews by killing them all out. In this atomic age, when a life struggle is going on between the dark forces of Communism and the democratic West, the solidarity of our people is most important. Our great nation was built by descendants of many lands who came here in search of freedom and security. Rockwell's Nazi doctrines arc detrimental to our country and do great harm to our image abroad. In the name of some fifteen hundred members of our affiliated or ganizations. all devoted Americans and your constituents, I petition you to introduce in the Senate legislation to prohibit such genocidal statements and activities. We feel certain that with the present mood in the Congress its passage would be assured. By so doing, you will rnder a great service to our country and to the cause of humanity, and you will earn the gratitude of all fair-minded Americans. DR. SIMON WILENSKY President Labor Zionist Assembly Of Greater Miami unisia Chief in Plea or Middle East Peace The pictures which appear in the brochure were used for illustrative purposes only. Neither the names nor the case numbers were in any way related to the individuals who posed fr.r the pictures. I think you will agree that the brochure in itself really presented ; the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal. ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation Continued from Page 1-A y 10 recuperate part of the {-vm u hjeh tliey have been Even more important, this <• establish a clima.e of peace j sentiments (.•• cistence." realists and overstep the phase of recriminations. We must take into consideration changed periods, have a humane sense, and not let and hatred supplant reason." EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Enclosed is a copy of a letter I sent to Sen. George Smathers. I Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BEACH'S ONIY KOSHER NURSING HOME on* HEALTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care — A Concept geared to Combine Social, Spiritual. Medical Needs of the Individual for the Aging, Recuperative, and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of Warmlh with tvery Convenient* Including Elevator, Television, Etc. SIDNEY SIEGEL. Executive Director (Formerly Asi't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home &. Hospital for the Aged. Guarantee* "UNDERSTANDING CARE") Nwn Prefit — Non Secfarion u-.-na riling his past state9% on the subject of an Arabia detente, which have raited ly protests in the Arab press, K-drnt Bourguiba said: "What m suggested is mutual cono.j and satisfactions. Other it *ads of state agree with have said, but they excite bl.t opinion and thus create a VK..H situation for them' was critical ot Presld nt Nas|f Egypt, charging the latter lack ot realism and a wish '• %  -i I sham unity of the Arab UC, with a common capital and r me leadership of a single Due to such day-dreamsaid, "Egypt has met with Pcuiftes in the past." Interview in Le Monde. iUiba declared that 'Tea rnust prevail over sentiments hatred" in the search for a %  ttttu to • the Palestine prob \> tar as Palestine is eon•4 the Arabs "must be etftTH HEAKING AIDS $50 to $285 Service 'i Mohn B-.ltrrc— r* STANLEY GOULD !23a Lincoln Road n • •i lnn-Trtttt-tiiili-tfrni p HO.E J! f •; %  F*M Joseph E. Rackovsky *KHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Commenting on the Arab reat, tion to his recuit statements on j Israel, Mr. Bourguiba declared: "Many people have understood me. Some Arab refugees lr.m Palestine have applauded my stand. It happans, however, that Nasser was in the midst of an electoral campaign when I made my statements. The other Arab states did not dare tell him "no." Asserting that time favored his views on the question. President Bourguiba said that he believed that the Arab policies which have ; been failing for 17 years cannot succeed now. He said that one result of his offering new views on the subject was that the Arabs would be compelled to ponder his statements. He put forward as one possible course of atlion the application of the boundaries tor Israel recommended by the United Nations in 1947. If these boundaries were imposed, he declared, "Israel would thus have to give up territories which they have occupied across this border—namely, the regions of Jaffa, Acre and Nazareth, and the refugees would be able to return j to their homes." Asserting that "naturally, the Israelis would not agree to this," the Tunisian President said that "at least it would place the Arabs in | a better position," adding that the continued repetition by the Arabs of the charge that the existence of the State of Israel was an unjustice, "even if this is true, is of tittle help." Stressing that, in voicing these views on tfM Arab-Israel dispute •all I did was say aloud what many think quietly," Mr. Bourguiba said that many Arab regimes are noi stable enough and fear Nasser s enmity. i SAVED WITH US ... provide ready cash for things you want or need... college for your children, a new car, next year's vacation, retirement or emergencies. DADE FEDERAL helps you too, by adding liberal dividends quarterly at the current rate of 4X% a year. LOANED DY US ... can bring you the comforts and satisfaction of a home of your own. You'll like the advantages of a DADE FEDERAL home loan with its low cost, low rate, easy monthlypayment features. 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Lday, April 16, 1965 -Jmisli fleridFfon Page 7-A SlYMOUK SAMtT JUDGE HAROLD SPAtT MAHNHCIM SHAPIRO ICommittee Chapter to Hear Shapiro; jymour Samet Tribute Due at Meeting jje Greater Miami Chapter of lerican Jewish Committee turns [attention to "The Jew in a Free Ijety" at its annual meeting to [held Sunday, Apr. 25, at the iont Plaza Hotel. kuheim Shapiro, national direcof the Jewish Communal Afj Department of AJCommittee, | be gne.-t speaker. well-known author and lectnr| Shapiro headed the "Bayville Idy," a survey of attitudes among He County Jews to each other ) the Christian community and nsored by AJCommittee. The Quest for Jewish Identity" he title of a recent article by piro which has been widely disited. %  n addition to Shapiro's presenlion, the evening will be mark|by a tribute to Seymour Samet, tcutive director of the Greater r %  Chapter from its founding 11952, until he left to join Gov. LeRoy Collins' staff on the Community Relations Service in Washington. Samet will be present to respond to the tribute. Circuit Court Judge Htrotd B. Spact is chairman of the dinner meeting, and members of the committee are Mrs. Aaron Farv. publicity; Mrs. Morton llalpern, arrangements; and Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Barton S. Udell, Mrs. Donald Blechman. Mrs. Morris S. Burk, Mrs. Victor D. Dcmbrow, Mrs. David B. Pieman, Mrs. B. B. Coldstein, Mrs. Maurice Greenfield, Mrs. Harry Hcrwich, Mrs. Robert L. Kaplan, Mrs. Jame R. Katzman. Also Mrs. Louis Lemoerg, Mrs. Robert Litowitz, Mrs. Ira E. Mogul. Mrs. William Rnlkind. Mrs. Maurice Rich. Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Mrs. I.'.-bert I. Shapiro. Mrs. Seymour J. Simon, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Mrs M. A. Sumberg, Mrs. Stanley S. Watts. 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L PERETZ SCHOOLS SUNDAY, APRIL 18th, at 7 P.M. 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach DONATION $2.00 SPECIAL SEDER PROGRAM WITH THE SCHOOL CHILDREN GUEST ARTIST CANTOR ZVI ADLER Of Temple Emanu-EI Passover Refreshments Will Be Served TWIN C;iTY GLASS CO. 61MRANTEED MIRKOKS -STOtE fKONTS NHMINWE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS A RE-SILVERING CuHtom Picture Framing %  Uth Street, MB. Closed Sohirdoys Tel. JE 8-4141 NOVEL EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM New Plan For Pro Absorption NEW YORK (JTA) A novel experimental program designed to facilitate the absorption of profesI and other prospective settlers in Israel who are interested in employment opportunities in Israel's industries has been devised by the aliya department of the Zionist Organization of America 'l he program was devised in agreement with the Government of Israel Investment Authority and the economic department of the Jewish Agency, according to a ZOA announcement. Under the projected program the Israel Investment Authority has agreed to place American firms planning new industries in Israel into direct contact with G THE WEEK... IIS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A change since the days of Auschwitz, despite the work of Pope John (III. Seemingly, something happens at the advent of Easter. It is proundly sad but true that too many of the thoughts and feelings ex sseel by Pope Paul are classic reflections of anti-Semitic atties and efforts at conversion throughout the ages. 1 have never been kerexcited by the Ecumenical activity for precisely the presentiment ol these occurrences — a kind of predictable doom to Vatican otherhood Those Jews who rightly refused to expend energy in s direction, and who felt safe in their Judaism without a seal of proval set upon them by others, will find nothing in Pope Paul's ssion sermon about which to be concerned. prospective employees, so that the latter can be channeled to those trades and industries. The project, named "Auto Absorption.'' will provide to both the planners of new industries in Israel and candidates for emigration the opportunity to meet on American soil and explore the possibilities of channeling trained manpower to new industries in Israel. In special cases, candidates for emigration will be eligible for retraining in industrial jobs in the United States, cither to qualify for future work in respect t^ industries, or to work as foreman. The owners of t h e industries, themselves, will supervise the training courses. MAM-MAM • IS KOSHER L'PESACH TO OUR MANY FRIENDS PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES HOLIDAY GREETINGS MURPHY & JORDAN, Inc. INSURANCE MANAGERS and AGENTS AFFILIATED WITH MURPHY & JORDAN, INC. WITH OFFICES AT 161 Park Avenue Rutherford, NJ. AND 233 Broadway New York 7, N.Y. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 1150 S.W. 1st Street FR 7-2318 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL BHRD LI HAN ONE HUNDRED BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL lift hwronn Company, SprintfeU, Item Imrtu / w#wXMI cOUItr %  MIAMI 37. FLORID/ "Greater Miami's Friendliest Printing Plant" />C even Rosie oved and was by almost everyone Rosie, the elephant, originally brought in by Cail Fisher to help clear H 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 lor publicity, imported a turbaned tiamer from Calcutta as her attendant. But Rosie displayed an instart dislike lor her would-be trainer by chasing him up a new watei tower... and. subsequently, back to India. She mafe it up to Fishei in an event that was widely publicized on the natio.i s newsieels: Rosie caddied for President Harding while he golfed .. at Miami Beach, now 50 years younj. remembered by the bank at the head ol the Mall EiS Mercantile National Bank o/Muimi lii-tuh Member of FDIC WASHINGTON AVE & LINCOLN ROM) MM



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Page 8-A 'Jen1st fterMian Urge U.S. -Israel Security Tie WaufauA I S**"***f WASHINGTON (JTAj In a ech on the floor of the I!. ,. : tatives. Rep. Thomas C '.i %  c Ued on the Government a mutual seel, ; i supplj ns, an I to an arms I ',( %  -. In support of his demand, he > .i a statement made last month by President Nasser of "we sh:ill enter Pall tine en a pa'h of Wood." According '" R*PMdBra h, "preparations are already under way to divert large quantities of water from the Jordan, and Israel can reasonably be expected to resist with iorce." He pointed out that "Soviet Russia is supplying Nasser with missive amounts of modern weapons." Also, he said, German scientists are continuing work to create nuclear weapons for Egypt. Denouncing American aid 1 Nasser, Rep. McGrath said that "without American aid, he could not have afforded German and the materials • A laugh a second Harvey BELL & JODY Rose BY RUM Mordecai YARDEINI LAUNA&TANIA AVRUM Toes. eve. 8 P.M. APRIL 20th MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Ticket! on tale now at the box office S2.00, S2.50 S3.50 SS.00 PHONtJE I-047T technicians they use." : i bruarj to continue aid to N in order tha I dcor to ining with P •...--' it tn i be closed." But. be i ; "our reas ning has not resulti i m abatement ol his threats against Israel, ami the time ifast oaching wlM n Israel will begun gating the Nege> wi.h .Ionian River waters." While the State Department attempts to reason with Nasser, he aid. "we must also follow a more practical course—providing Israel with weapons in order to maintain he military balance. That is the only way to forestall an outbreak of war in that part of the world." Britain's Labor Government docs not share the American view about President Nasser of Egypt being a main force for stability in the Middle East, it was revealed in Jerusalem as an aftermath to the high level talks held in London recentlv bv Prime Minister Levi Eshhi' Tfc ugh Britain seeks a working relationship with Mai it hi dev< loped, the London G t i ri m< nl a lv< %  firm stand si Informed quarters here said that Mr. Eashkol tcld the Israeli Cabinet when he reported on his talks w th British Minister Haiold Wilson and Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart that, though the British leaders are epposed to Israel's use of force to prevent Arab diversion of the headwaters of the Jordan River, they take a mere liberal view on that entire issue than Washington does. aj Britain is now understood to be .rorc prepared than the I'nited States to agree that the diversion plan, devised by Nasser, is aimed primarily at the heightening of tensions in this region. Britain, it is understood is also ready to take stronger measures against pressures on Britain firms by the antiiM-acl Arab Boycott Office. LEON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAIDKVILLE ON STAGE IN PERSON AVRUM Israels Great Singer 4 Accordionist Star LAUNA A TANIA Amer.ca's Youngest Yiddish American Singing Starlets Leon Schachter A Gitel Stein and many others in a Holiday Musical Revue e On Screen MARIO LANZA In "The Great Caruso" CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE. Matinee Evening State Department Favors Furnishing Jordan With Arms Instead of Israel WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The State Department is nearer a decision t<> furnish new arms to Jor dan than it is ready to respond to Israel's application, it was learned this week from high Government sources. These S Hirces said that |' needs are being considered hut thai American authorities are c( n\ inced t!. Israeli I rces are l-prepared ami a t icially, the Stab Department "As %  e ha\ e Stated on main • i in the pi l we neil firm requests for military equipI nor talks about such equipWe do not think it is desirh %  po sil ility of such requests i r -ion of them Diplomat Hotel Sedsr Service ?edcr service at the Diplomat Hotel will again be conducted by Rabbi Morton Malavsky, pn 1:30|_ *-., THE OPERA GU; OP GREATER \h\k\& i ANNOUNCES ITS PRESENTATIONS FO? "LA BOKEME" by Puccini "AIDA" by Verdi "IL TROYATORE" by Verdi flATURING STARS OF THf METROPOLITAN, til SCA1A, PARIS AMD H.Y. CITY OPERA COMHNtfS FOR INFORMATION: OUR NfW 330 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI SUITE 115 OFFICES.' Telephone 377-8481 A Happy Passover to All the Members • The Opera Guild We Wish to Extend Our Sincere Appreciation for Your Post Sown ARTURO DiFILIPPI, Artistic Director and General NOW ON STAGE! "Brilliant, Beautiful" SPfriti nmi Itl'c ftU'lMf 4:30 i utM Svndc N.-. P-ri. 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joy. April 16. 1965 +JewistiFh>ridriia>r Page 9-A ;• :•*£-*** -* %  ##^ f5i:*|9^1 >M '--31 ^3 Eshkol Expects U.S. Arms licmi ,„.ni Beach Mayor Melvin I. Richard and Mrs. Rose Weiss. loneer civic leader, were among some 100 quests present the Miami Beach First National Bank last Wednesday Ihe bank dedicated its Hall of Fame in recognition of the ly's leading developers. randeis District Holds Meeting Irardtis Zionisl District of Mispeaker was Kabbi David Halo Beach met Monday, 8 p.m., Cross in an address on "Passover in] Federal on Norand Easter — From Pharaoh to Id; Dr Nasser." Featured nomination Program chairman was Max cJectii ii of officers. Guest Raskin. NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS on ing week are Voisin of New York, 'ornia, Brennan s cf New Orleans, and popular and noted dining spots, fcach lhe week %  ou may enjoy a ditierent aturirtg the foods of these restaurants i i" usied to us their priceless recipes. THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL v menu. 0 *o M p.iv.. D nner dtneing, e*tcpi Mo Reiervdf-ons: Frank, 3/*' 636 i DADE CAFETERIA 30D FOOD FAST SERVCE — REASONABLE PRICES featuring "LUNCHEONS" for Business Men and Women Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Avenue MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT Kmm**hina lik<.: s l.rst since his recent week's visit t.> London, where he conferred with all Ihe top leaders ot ihc Briti&h Government. 'Israel has reached ;i stage where, in its talks with world leaders," he said, "they recognize the fact that : I.siael must be adequately supplied, in order that she should form a deterrent factor.'' His visit to Britain, he said, was "satisfactory." it was the British, he reported, and not he who had raised the Jordan River diversion question, and they had some "ad' vice" to offer to Israel on the is' we. It had been reported earlier lh:it Britain advised Israel not to take any action against the Arab water diversion plans, bu. to leave the issue to the United Nations. As to Israeli relations with the Soviet Union, he stated that, in view ef ihe preoccupation of the Big Powers with the Vietnam situation, there is little chance now for a rapprochement between Israel and the USSR. In regard lo peace talks with the Arabs, he reiterated Israel's long-s landing offer to meet (! rietlv with IKArabs fi r peace talks, when the latter agreed to do %  i, Rumors that he was contemplating another t i|> abroad s ton were dissipated by Mr. Eshkol, He said lhat, hough such a trip had hi en U.S. Judge Takes German Stand FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Pennsylvania -Supreme Court Justice Michael A. Mussmano, told the court o: trying 22 Auschwitz concentration camp personnel and that members of Hitler ss could have refused '< participate in the mass murders of Jews if they reall) want ed to do so. Judge Mussmano based his assertion on facts he had accumulated after World War II as a prosecutor and as an official who had interviewed at least 200 SS officers and other Nazis charged with mass murder. He testified that, in most instances, a Nazi refusing to take part in mass murder would be sent to the front but not punished in any other manner. "The onL) reason SO many Others did not ask for duty at the front." be said, "was because, if they .-hot at the front, someone would -hnot back; but when they shot down helpless men. women and children, the only response was the meaning oi the dying." insider ed, he would not <> abroad iled to be held in Israel next before the general elections icbed ovember. MORRIS 8, RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions HARKY ZUf KJRMAN Established in T945 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. 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CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792 L HAROLD PONT and IR-VIN GORDON MlllllOX and IN>\ 1 KOSHER CATERERS nV119 from hors d'oeuvres lo a complete buffet I \mJmim 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashius Association of Greater Miami—Supervising Rahbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Safra. OPfN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS %  yma SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS %  Wow in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle ,< Hors d'Oeuvres Supplied to Hotels 8. Individuals — Wholesale & Retail .< BAR MITZVAnS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen J and CATERERS 940 7 1st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT OUR DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT The Sf. Francis Hospital, North Miami General Hospital, Heart Institute, Miami Beach, and Eastern Airlines PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED CANTOR SAMUEL ROSOFSKY, of Jucob C. 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PtKTe 10-A tJenlstitkridSarj Friday. AprJ 15 Temple Emanu-EI Names Max Boderman; Also Lists Slate and Board of Directors At an annual election meeting and dance .tt the Fontair.etleau Hotel, the COII'-MC-IJUOII ; T.-np!e Emanu-EI -elected it.leadt rs fcr the coming ye.. 1 Max Boderman WM elected pres ident to succeed Joseph M. Lipt 11. who er\t\l as preMdent for four vears Samuel N Krirfl and VM I elected chairman 01 the board. Other officers are hJnor;> life president-. Mayer 11. Fiankel. Jos eph M. Lipton. Joseph M. Rose. Harry Sirkin; honorary vice presi dents. Bernard I. Binder. Charles Fruchtman. Leo Robinson; vice presidents. Joseph Cuien. Judge Irving Cypen, Dr. Stanley Frehl ing. Samuel J. Halperin. Emil Mor ton. Jack S. Popick. George J. Talianoff: treasurer. Jack Carner; associate treasurer. Samuel Lipton. Secretary. A. J. Molasky; associate secretary. Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan; financial secretary. Abe Green; associate financial secretaries Marcus O. Sarokin and Herbert S. Shapiro; recordina secretary Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz. Elected to the Board of Directors to join those whose terms of office have not yet expired are Leonard Abramson. Col. Jacob Arvey. Arthur Desser. Morris Fisher Harry Genet. Allen Goldberg. Nor man M Gillcr. Louis Hauser. Gabriel Heatter. Samuel Katz. Murry Koretzky. Morris Lapidus. Sam Lu by Jr.. Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Baron de Hirsch Ifeyer, Joseph Miller, liany Mui paet is chairman of the dinner meeting, and members of the committee are Mrs. Aaron Farr. rnib.-. -, MAX BODWMAN Best Wishes ior A Happy Passover to Our Many Jewish Friends in South Florida TROPIGAS INC. OF FLORIDA Since 1927 We Serve You ... As You Wish to be Served 2603 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables Ph. 445-1911 SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO. Express Sincere Wishes z^ for a Happy Holiday Season to All 251 N.W. 22nd Lane FR 1-4603 SEASON'S GREETINGS... GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT 7143 N. Miami Ave. Phone PL 4-8733 licity. Mrs Morton Halpern. arrangements; and Mrs. Bc.-nard S.evens. Barton S. Udell. Mrs. Donald Blechman. Mrs. Morris S. Burk, Mrs. Victor D. D em brow, Mrs. Dawid B. Fleeman. Mrs. B. B. Goldstein. Mrs. Maurice Greenfield. Mrs. Harry Harwich, Mrs. Robert L. Kaplan. Mrs. James R. Katzman. Also Mrs. Louis Lemberg. Mrs. Robert Litowitz. Mrs. Ira E. Mogul. Mis. William Ratkind. Mrs. Maurice Rich Mrs. Raymond R Rubin. Mrs. Robert I Shapiro. Mrs ieymour J. Simon. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Mrs M. A Sum berg. Mr-. Stanley S. Watts Rabbi Landau At Beth David During Passover Rabbi Sol Landau, new -pinuu.l leader of Beth David Congregation, will be with the congregation during the entire Passover holiday. Subject of Rabbi Landaus overall theme for Ma tenuous will be • Freedom for What?" Rabbi Landau is an author and lecturer. He was born in Berlin and schooled in London and the United States. Rabbinical tradition in his familydates to the 16th century in Europe. One of his ancestors, Ezekiai %  Landau, was chief rabbi of Prague 200 yean ago. The city of Landau. ; Germany, was named for his family. During his visit here. Rabbi Landau will meet with COOgregajlta and auxiliaries of Beth David to map future plans. Rabbi Ever In Sabbath Lecture Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader Of Agudatb Israel Hebrew Institute, delivered a two-hour Yiddish lecture last Saturday after noon on "Ritual and Significance of Passover." The lecture was his Shabbat Ilasadol talk. The Great Sabbath ithe Saturday falling prior to the advent of the Passover holiday -.TOPERSON'THAT STHCWAY.•.EOOBUSINESS-PERSON•THAT STHEWAv,vtDOBUSi r .£.Sb-rCRS0\: '. 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Apnl 16. 1965 J?ncss and constant search on the part of the college men and women. This restless of spirit is not only a part of their formal educative process in the classrooms, but it permeates throughout all facets of their life. Nothing is sacrosanct. Nothing is taken for granted. They will agree to nothing nor accept anything unless it is scientifically proven to their satisfaction. momentary Rejection This restless spirit is not only greatly evident in their search for religious meaning in their lives as Jews. As in everything i'lse, so too in the matter of religion. On the one hand, they are emotionally bound to family tradition and filial loyalty; while on the other hind, the newly experienced freedom on the campus urges them to reject postulates and principles which wcif significant to them in the past. TV. y seem to be in a state of rebellion, undoubtedly encouraged by 'he eheNenging life at the university, wherein they want to dneover for themRabbi M.r.i %  < Abramou itt tpiritul lender o\ Temple Men0rah rectnt\\ i isiled die camUnit'! I ill.. he mei u'idi former -in ili-mv at die Temple Metiordli Relie:oiu School Hetewith, he .. Ion ii Iw. impri M oris !•/ tlit selves the validity of these principles and postulates. This academic and religious rebellion is not limited to any single group. The director of the IliJlel Foundation, the Jewish student house on the campus, told me that a boy or girl active in United Synagogue Youth or National Foundation of Temple Youth will not necessarily become active in Jewish student affairs on the campus. Quite the contrary, many of those who were formerly active In their synagogue or temple youth groups generally shy away from religious involvement. This momentary rejection, he stated. is a common experience by the other denominational houses on the campus. "The more we are encouraged, the less we will observe." was the way one of the students summed it up, In essence, what he mean was that the college students want to find things out by themselves and to confirm their faith on their own terms. On one point, however, wc were all in agreement, and that was th.it the college students need mire knowledge to evaluate and judge their own Judaism. The limited training which stopped at Bar Mitzvah or confirmation is insufficient for their present research. The unique resolution was therefore suggested that a "do-ityourself Judaism" was feasible, provided each student undertook to acquire, through reading, more knowledge of the ritual >. the ethics and the philosophy of Jewish faith. Maintaining link As I returned home, I realized what one of the students said when he proposed the maintaining of the link between the college student and his rabbi. "The campus-cannot be isolated from the community." We must find a universe of discourse with the college student in order to continue the dialogue with us during •the important formative years of his life at the university. 'Girl Friday' Observance Highlighting a week of "Girl Friday" activities, Miami's secretary and DOSS Of the >eir will be named Wednesday during a 7:30 p.m. ban quet at the Everglades Hotel. The event is part of National Secretaries Week being observed by Mlami's so members of the National Secretaries Association ami their bosses rm J* 1 I All KITCHEN APPIIANCIS BY GENERAL ELECTRIC FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN AT 11th ST. and WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH OPEN 9-5 and BY APPOINTMENT RENTALS : EFFICIENCIES, DELUXE EFFICIENCIES, BEDROOM APARTMENTS, DELUXE BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH IVs BATHS, 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 2 BATHROOMS MICHAEL FORTE' Mum-Own* ^ Mtbh Grotimae, AIA Architect AMIN CMMHIMHN Ch &"•• Cwwcw TOWE RS APARTMENI S 1100 Will AVENUl • MIAMI BEACH ON BfAUTIHH BIMAVW "Si TELEPHONE 532-7815 %  PRIVATE TERRACES \ • CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING • PRIVATE PARKING • ELEVATOR SERVICE • DOORMAN SERVICE • DELUXE KITCHENS • INTERIOR CORRIDORS • SERVICE CORE • BATHROOMS • WALK-IN CLOSETS • 3 SWIMMING POOLS • 1200 FOOT BOARDWALK • COFFEE SHOP RESTAURANT • YACHT BASIN J • FURNISHED APARTMENTS L • 4 HuUK SKUKiiV bUHKD



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Page 12-A +Je*lsbth>rkJk*ii Frid ay. April 16 Passover Opens Friday Eve Continued from P*g 2-A wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviacr. ..* 1:11 i>.ni. rimii— %  ilnnnl Bender •:46 p "> %  Saturday 10:45 a.m. Paaanvat family aarvftca, TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 1M00 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Rtiaeman. I': ill.iy S:M p.m. Evening Paaaovel .-. rvi< i. Saturday 1:30 a.m. Barmon: "The Meauuah — A Shi.-M fur a Jawlab Home.'" 6:80 p.m. Evening Pnaasi rvirr. Sunday ".*::"•• a in. BarK .m: "Whv tinI..•inin]*. 1 '-i iii-_ .• Seder* A Le'wm in Semantic*. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. PVIriay •'• p.m. Baturdaj 9 a in Ber"Paaach, tinSymbol of F dom." Evening service 6 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Sermon: "The Flflb a TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving uehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Friday I a.m. Service for Ural Born. i .. ilna s< r\ Ice In temple >' %  p.m. followed by first Seder in PHintalnebleau Hoti l 7 p.m.. under auaplcea of <; >t.rli i. Saturday t a.m, Service in temple. i"::!" a.m. Phlldcens' Bervlce In anaembly hall. Saturday p.m. Services in tempi*' followed by aecond Boder in Fontainebleau Hotel '• p. in Sunday ; a.m. Bervlcea in temple. 1":"" a.m. Children*' service in ibly hall. I>r. lahimaii will conduel morning aervtcea ami prealde at Hie Sedarim. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. i day t> p.m. Pa>s'iver e\ e. Consrrl Seder s "•" p.m. Baturdaj it a.m I'aeaover morning servtoao. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip•* r Irrlday ."• p.m. Baturdaj n a.m. • %  :" i p.m. Congregational Bedei a TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday S:4 p.m. Baturdaj -•' a.m. land I pin Bundnj 8:48 a.m. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80t Tatum Waterway. Mode tional. Rabbi Eugene Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday I p.m. Baturdaj B:4iii..ii: Kr a o dons, Freedom K but u"i i Drop to Drink.' M-I \'..-. •; i> m. CnrnmunUj both %  v.-nin-'.Bundnj t:K nmli: lit My I"%  %  II. i... aervlces Baturdaj and Hui a.m. h St. and rn TradiLabovitz. a.m. Ber\. n a here Evi uiiui Sedai .in a.m. P. ichllilr. n" Idas 1":::" Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. [ Friday •; p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. BarImon: "Pharaohs of Today." Bunday I 8:43 a.in Barmon: "The Flrat Comii.anilint in Given in Egypt." • — TEMPLE ZlON. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. • ] TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N. Miami Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Henr> Wernick. Friday ti:::n p.m Service Mini community Seder. Baturdaj 8 a.m. btarmon: Portion -.f th. Week." Second Seder, i.::;n p.m. j YOUNG ISHALL. 90 NE 171at St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Sal irdaj 9 a.m. bermon: "festival of adorn." Buntlaj i* a.m. Kermon: • r -t* %  ianil I tiK*ir>ler." TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabb' Samuel April Cantor Nico Zeldman. I Fridaj a in. s. %  > Ice < % %  Sal iiridaj Pa—eer services I .i n I.. ml 6:30 p.m. Sunday 8 •• m. I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. ON THE OCEAN THE BEST VALUE OF ALL IS CAMELOT Regional Confab For Youth Group Southern Region of National Conference of Synagogue Youth is planning to have its 1965 Regional Convention in Miami Beach. More than 400 delegates from Florida. Georgia. Tennessee. South Carolina I and North Carolina are expected | to attend. For the past two years. Miami Beach Chapter has been named best chapter. The award, given at '. regional conventions, is made on the basis of the activities of the chapter. This year, Miami Beach is again one of the main contenders for the i citation. Officers for 1965 are Billy Leff. ; president; Shereen Dearr and Irv' ing Jacoby. vice presidents; Barry Bogin. treasurer; Maxine Zisquit, corresponding secretary; and Rob' ert Galbut, convention chairman. National Conference of Synagogue Youth is the youth movement of the UBJDD of Orthodox Jewish Coni gregations of America. 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 •re several choice apartments ready for immediate occupancy at moderate rentals. 1 and 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS from $200 a month CAMELOT HALL RENTAL APARTMENTS 10185 COLLINS AVENUE BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA PHONE UN 5-0535 RABBI ISRAIL MIIDMAN Rabbi Friedman At Beth Jacob For Passover Rabbi Israel E. Friedman, direc-' tor of the Religious Department of ; I the Jewish National Fund, will con. I duct Passover services in Congre-1 gation Beth Jacob on Miami Beach. Rabbi Friedman is a graduate of j ; Rabbi Etchanoo Theological Seminary and Yeshiva College. Before coming to the Jewish National j 1 Fund, Rabbi Friedman was adminj istrative assistant to the president | of the Mizrachi Organization of America. In the course of his association with Religious Zionism, Rabbi Friedman has toured the United States many times. Recently. Rabbi Friedman returned from an extensive tour of i Israel and Europe, where he met with the foremost leaders of Israel, as well as with top Jewish leadership on the continent. Rabbi Friedman has occupied pulpits in Montgomery. Ala and Minneapolis. Minn. Dr. Kapchan Will Lecture Dr. Jack A. Kapchan. psychologist, will lecture at a meeting of | Single Parents of Miami Beach on I Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at the Bel A ire Hotel. Scholarship awarded to Israel: Steven Weininqer, Torah Congregation, is shown being awarded a schola to Israel with the annual USY Israel pilqnmaqe. Mann, president of the Southeast region, makes the tation. The scholarships were announced by Phillip! vice president. United Synagogue of America, Southecsti gion, chairman of the Regional Youth Commission. thousand youngsters from all over the countiy will leave h\ seven-week educational visit to Israel on June 30. opportunity does knock twice! 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 wonderful Treasure Island location on Biscayne Bay... and all the 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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DIPLOMAT E. ZEV SUFOTT SCHEDULED jel Bonds Planning 17th Anniversary mdence Day Dinner Here on May 2 %  atcr Miami will colebrat" Isflith 5' r of sta tchood at the I Israel Independence Day %  to be held Sunday evening, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. nting his government at an will be E. Zev Sufott, of the State of Israel, a : member of the Israel Fornistry. ,_> Uriel Independence Day r, Rabbi Leon Kronish will ureted at chairman of the Miami Israel Bond Orjtion, succeeding Leonard under whose leadership | level* t.israe*Bond hieved. idition to Rabbi Kronish, a JMiamians will be officially rated in other top positions i Israel Bond Organization at ack-tif event. Hera ] %  >-.ival Dancers will tliired in a special program fed for the event. Music for jig will be provided by the [North Sociey Orchestra. L i" make this year's Israel fendenct Daj I "inner "one of ,-i memorable in the history community" moved into tear thiweek at a reception Eg of nsai l hosts, called \ and Mrs I arl Weinkle, pio community leaders. |tending the reception at the rial House on Monday night leaders end heads of top organi: iticnt, as well SI rabbis and lay leaders of tarnplea and synagogues. Heading preparations for the dinner under the leadership of .' %  hairman Leonard Rosen; honorary chairmen, Samuel Friedland jnd Jack A. Cantor; and Women's Division chairman, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, are the Trustees of Israel, including: Mr. and lira, Leonard Abeta, BHao v. AdiiniH, James It, Albert, Hldne] >. Anain, l'lilllp Merkowtts, Mr. anil Mrs. Bam Blank, Andrew if. Blaaa, ten Blunt, William nurnateln. Lew's K. Mower. S)ii|iaid Iti-iiad, .lark A.' I'mitor. Jaick I'urner, Charlox I'liur%  -owaky, Aaron II. (••'iirbn, Sarah w -ns 'mm %  % %  .• c -. %  • • ,.i.,.. vi^ en WS 1 m F ;, Dan c'. Sonia DanoJltx, Nathan Itamky, Max IXmktur, Louis HeCovcny, Joseph Denmark, Clara Denner, Henry Diamond, Morris Dob.schultz. Mr. .111,1 lira, Isaac Dom-n, Sam Dorfnian Isadora Krell. Jerry DuDell lU-rnartl Kplir.iu.r. is. Aaron Khrlkhiiian, Leon J. 1011, Joseph EpsUin lien K.Hs.n. .Morris Kalk. Paul Kask., Sam re lust.in. Herman \V. Kuldman, Mas-niiiai, i.tdstt-in. Betty P, Peuer, Jo•opt" H. Hno, William nsh.r, Harr I'l.-isli.r, Hamuel Fox. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Frank. I. s.,| Frankel, Uayshle Prledfcerg, Kanni C. HYomincr, Sam Kut-hs, Sainm 1 i;aljond, Maurice Cans, Ann ilarfinkd i>co Oelvan, Harry Genet, Benne Qttueman, oorm QoMbent, Jaime <'...|denbarg, Morris Qoldfarb, l rank Ooldinan, KOI Ooldatein, Kllwtx-ih C 1man. Bather Goodman, Ulllan Goodman, Samuel Uraubarl. Jennie OrosshMrer. UIUIH It. Qroaaman. Mosea J. <;riindwork, Abraham Page 13-A V. Grunhut, A. .1. Harris, Harry Harris. William J. Harris, Max Hecht. Frank Hershcy, GeOnte Holtriberfr, Samuel 'i. Jamison, Vrvi Jonas, Manuel Joseloff, Samuel Kami. Bernard Katz, Jack Katsman, l'aul Kesser. Morris Kipper, Robert L,. Kocppcl, Max Kolker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korctzky. Hurry KoretSky, Max Krauss, Joseph Krefctz. Iiavld 1-chrfield, Irvine I.chrman. Moc Levin, Albert 11. Levlne. Kvnjaniin Levlne, Max A. Lipschlta, Samuel Upton. I.. xis I.owc-mhal. Nathan Manilow. Joseph Uanabaoh, Dave MarBulics. lten Mavkowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Kinanuel Mentz, Loiiis Mcrwltzer. Morris I. Ulnov, Morry B, Morris. Alexander afuaa, Slanhv C. Meyers. Morris Nash, Nallian Nash, Robert II. Newman. Rose New man, Sol Nord, Max Nuiioinovlc. Selma <>rItt, K. Albert Pallot, Harry l-latoff. Martin Pollack, Sam rollovk, David POnVe, David 1'rovus. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin. Jacob Rahlnowits, Morris RaMnowitz, Jo seph K. Rackovsky, Julius Resnlck, I'hll Rcvitz. Hyland Rlfas. Benjamin B. Rimer, Joseph M. Rose, Max Rosen, Charles Rosengarten, Julius RoHenstcln. Sam Rost, Seymour Rubin, Jacob Kusso, livingM. Sachs, Joseph Sacks, Solomon Sandier, Marcus O. Sarokin, Solomon M. Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Sain .-.-hiifiiiaii. Isidore Schub, Sol Schwartz, Mendcil M. Selis, Max Shapiro, Benjamin Sharps, Murray A. Shaw, S'ol C. Shaye, Fred K. Shoehet, Harry Silver. William Silverstein. Harry Slmonhoff, Sam binionhorr, i.o'.iis F. Snetman, Mr. and Mr.s. (ierald Soltz, Charles Sommer, Nathan H. Spicgclman, Joseph F. Stein. Phillip Stein, Irving SuiniHUi, Marks Tenen. Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Oscar I. Tobcy, Sadie Troskey, Isaac Unterman, Abraham I. Uslander. Alfred Waxman, Julian W. inkle. Simon Wllenaky, Morris Woskow. Manuel Vav. low, Morris Young, .loseiih Zalls, Maurice \.. Zaretsky. Rubin Zerlin, Samu*-I 7ttn-r T..I*1I Ziick.niian and Matthew Ztickerman. Mr. and Mis Ren Frankenstein. Samuel Friedland. Mac tiaehe, Rydne) • tans, Ben Oilier, Norman .\l. Ciller, I David Goodman, Isadore Hecht, Mrrris lliiseh. Leon B, Jacobs, Howard Kane. Samuel Klpnia, Jay I. Klalak, Hldoi-e l.ieldiol.ei. JosOjib M. I.I] I, i''s-i. I.iii. Sam l.. I.id". Benjamin Meyers. Mr. and .Mis A .1. .\|,,|n-kv. Kmi Morion. Ben Novack, Max Orovltx, '.ou Poll. i. Jack S. I'(.pick, Louis '. nsteln, Maurice Revltz, Jacoli Itifcin, Carrie llosen, Leonaril Rosen, I'hilip Rosenberg, Raymond Rubin. %  otiln r. Rudnlek Bem mnn, Harry Slrkin, Milton Slrkln, I 'all W • iiiK:> .iri i V .i \ \\ I /. bers of the Corps ••! Hosls IT-. Rahhl ami M \l .-v Abramotvltl and Mi. and Mr.Ljllon AbrumSOII, W .1 ll m \i:l ii.. \, Josi ph All at'huller, Abe Appel, Joseph Appleunuin, Joseph I.. \i k a, .i..-. ph Ash. Vhram Haktr, llermnn i:ash, Me>er \. Raskin, Herberi Bauaiganl. Sam... ; I.. nan, lierili i: I. Hindi ,l< rrj • .in. >.. urn Bol v.. •. Mlch.n i I i I %  .i Rroti \i! and Mrs. Louis Bin > ii. Mnn lei Mi yr i' i. Joseph 'ohl ii. Citllei Before You Rent. Compare ermanent chronicle of Israel's formative years is the Goldwok of the year honorinq Miamians who helped build IsIhrough their participation in the Israel Bond proqram. Weinkle, who with Mrs. Weinkle hosted a reception for ICorps of Hosts for the Israel Independence Day Dinner to peld Sunday evening, May 2, discusses the Book of Trib[w:th Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Is|Bond Orqanization. The book will be presented at the din" Israeli Emissary E. Zev Sufott. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE JOSEPH TENDRICH Folly acknowledges the kind expressions of sympathy and understanding received during their recent bereavement. %  he family particularly appreciates the many donations made to the Special Clinic of Variety Children's Hospital and other Concer Societies in behalf of Joseph Tendrich. J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. m BJBJHB 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 • FR 7-1671 When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! 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Page 14-A )fk*1dfc**n Between You ami Ale: By BORIS SMOLAR New Book Appears on American Yiddish P 0 J S TUDENTS OF Yiddish literature — ami the number of Yiddish chairs in Vmerican universities is growing with •very year — will be greatly impressed vit'i a BOO* on American Yiddish poets USt published The author of this 500%  volume, entitled 'Dichter un Dichi "Poets and Poetry'"!, is Avrohom ?. Tal.aclinick. noted essayist and liter ,ry critic, who is himsclt one of the pilInrr of modern Yiddish poetry. Heading Mr. Tabachnick's critical and analytical essays on the Yiddish poets in the United States of the last S yearone gains a picture c.f the rich and masterful Jewish poetry created in this country only a generation ago. Whether the sensitive classic Mani Leib or the stormy M L. Halvxrn. the poet of the sweat shop Morris Rosenjeld or the meat esthete. Yehoa*h, the gifted A. Lyesln 0/ the lyrical Joseph K. Imk. the saintly 11. Leivik or the play fu? Moshe Nadir — each of them stands out like i( Capitol Spotlight: By MI1T0N FRIEDMAN The Spring Madness Has Arrived Washington' T HE SEASON of April loolishne-s | and spring madness has arrived A harbinger of the times is the dej cision of the U.S. Army to ban celebrations of the 20th anniversary; ol V-E Day bj American military! personnel in West Germany. Events planned for early May. the Army decided, must be canceled lest Gersensibilities be offended. The State Department advised the Army that the Erhard Government was already embarrassed by the unpopular extension of the Statute of Limitations providing for continued prosecution of Nazi war criminals. The German public is tired of being reminded of the Nazi era. Germans have told Americans that bygones should be forgotten. The U.S. Army's mission in West Germany is to / Write as I Please By CARL ALPERT Elections Soon Haifa E LECTIONS FOR Israel's sixth Knesscth. to be held late this year, and the excited preparations leading up to these elections, should be watched closely by all friends of Israel overseas. The results may have a profound effect on the future of the country, and may pave the way for changes of far-reaching significance. There have been no major changes to speak of in policy or principle during the seventeen years since the creation of the State. Through one coalition or another, the moderate Socialist party. Mapai, has dominated the scene. The pattern of Israel's policies today — social, economic, foreign — are for the most part just a reflection of Mapai's program, with such minor adjustments as required to meet the expedients of amicable coalition. As the election fever begins to mount, it becomes clear that there are new factors in this year's campaign which may presage drastic changes. First of these is the unmistakable evidence that Mapai has been slipping. The internal dissention — the rift between Ben-Gurion and Eshkol — is not responsible so much as the elementary fact that a party which has been in power for seventeen years begins to lose the magic of its appeal to the majority of voters who are unaffiliated and uncommitted. "It's time for a change" is a powerful slogan, growing in effectiveness with each passing year. In an attempt to shore up its electoral strength. Mapai has entered into an "alignment" with Achdut Ha-Avodah. a party further to the left. Though small n size, the latter group "ill undoubtedly bolster up the idealistic wing of Mapai. and prevent the Ion of the youth vote, which has been complaining that Manai ilosing its Socialism. A Mapai which returns edded I 1 Achduth Ha-Avodah must inevitably veers ft in its economic policies. What this means by way of attitude to private capital, '.. \ levels, and labor interests, can be detected. In part, (ram a readin ruth 11., %  :. press. Moshe Dayan, himself a 1 r but unhappy about the alignment, is one "i that this tie-up must ine vitabl) tip Mapai to the left. On the other hand. 11 appears that for the first time there will be in the lists a "conservative" party which can command enough support to make itself heard and felt as an effective opposition. Hitherto, a rigM-of-ceater party ha. (with a single exception' never been able to muster more than 13.7 percent of the total vote cast Union of the Liberals and Herut should theoretically now give the new group a minimum of 25 percent, not an insignificant figure in a race against a dozen or more other parties The figure could well be much higher. In the present political constellation in Israel, it is impossible to conceive of anything other than a Labor government. but a sizeable and well organized opposition could be a healthy influence in this democracy. The dissipation of the popular vote among the many parties will undoubtedly once again mean that no single party will have a majority. eoopcr.de closely with the new Germany Army to (Mend freedom. German forces are today regarded as the most powerful and reliable component of NATO. Many of today's German elite — a high pcrtage ol senior non-commissioned officers and virtually all commissioned officers of the rank of maor and above — served under AdoU Hitler. They are ur comrade -in-arms. and the U.S. Army sees no point in recalling the days of May 1945. which Germans found so unpleasant. Commemorations of V-E Day. it is said by Pentagon officers, would amount to little anyway. Perhaps few parties at NCO and otficers clubs in West Germany. A few acting master sergeants and field grade officers who wear the "ETO" ribbon would be spared hang-overs. So why bother? Secretary of Defense McNamara has been asked to explain this new trend which Ignores the memory of the many American soldiers who paid the supreme sacrifice to bring about V-E Day. The Jewish War Veterans organization told the Secretary that "we fail to comprehend why this illustrious victory', bringing hope to people not only in occupied Europe but also to anti-Nazi elements in Germany, should now be swept under the carpet of history." The orientation training of U.S. forces in West Germany is being questioned. At a time when Amer. ican troops prepared to guard civil rights demonstrators in Alabama against the murderous snipers of the Ku Khix Klan. a number of U.S. officers in Munich thought it hilarious to run about in Klan robes and masks. Joining the spirit of the Fasching car nival, they burned a cross, the Klan's notorious symb >l of hate. This reminded the gleeful Germans of the gemutlich days of the Nazi bonfires. Protests by American soldiers of Negro. Jewish and Catholic backgrounds brought the explanation that it was merely a prank. Following complaints by veterans organizations, an inspector general has been ordered to investigate. Evidence of the spring madness could be seen not only in Germany but also in the pleasant Baltimore suburb of Towson. There, an interdenominational Christian civil rights meeting heard a Catholic priest call for a humane and Christian attitude toward Negroes. "Rabbi." shouted a heckler in the crowd. The next speaker at the outdoor rally was a Presbyterian minister. He said something about man's responsibility to love his brother. "Go back to Isiael," chanted the crowd. Another upside-down event took place in Washington. Here, a Congressman charged that Government agencies were subjecting job applicants to "an insidious and illegal search of the human mind." Rep. Cornelius Gallagher, New Jersey Democrat, is chairman of a Government Operations Subcommittee that has probed "psychological tests" arbitrarily imposed by a number of Federal agencies. Applicants are required to answer "true or false" to such assertions as "Christ performed miracles." Mr. Tabachnick's book. And so do about a dozen of other -Jewish *,.. ol them still alive, like Itzik Manger, Chain G JL* Shtickcr. All of which testifies 1,, the Etfl oj*.'.' I c try of our days has gained for itself 1 highly; place in the world's modern poetry, although | war ha of our modern Yiddish poets have been." into other languages. In his essay„ n the Yiddu Mr. Tahachnick reveals himselt ., .,. r j ous literary critic and as a great master m seMn nuances in poetry. His bock is a fine contribution to Jewish liter** cism, and his deep insight into the works wkiAL • lv/ '.^ nu,s ll,m m m > opinion, next to the lateStl who was considered the greatest Jewish literary mjti times. Incidentally. Mr. Tabachnuk is one of the Yg editors of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWA A Yellow Badge I READ in an Israeli papert %  15.000 Scandinavian tOUlHjl expected m Israel this year seem to like Israel Coming fna] cold countries, the) appreciate land where the sun shines IMSU the time. But u they like Israel rael likes them Not so tlie Prime Minister of Deni visited Israel, and he wasacci a tre mcMHMis reception. Israel and the Jews oil world cannot forget how the Danes acted the days of Hitler. When the Nazis invaded'Da and issued the order that all Jews must wear) low badges, the King of Denmark, as a sign oil pathy. himself put on a yellow badge, and a I days later, all Danes were wearing yellow badea | A wonderful act! Had other peoples done I same thing, with millions of yellow badges flutt over the free world, even a Hitler might hive I impressed. The King of Denmark is quoted u havingtoBI Nazis that the Danes had no anti-Semitism they do not regard themselves as interior to, in other words, be was saying to them. "You Ni must regard yourselves as vcr> stupid — and 1 if you think you are. you are." The Scandinavians are a wise people. They! the most peaceful nations of the world They I the most advanced social legislation They their spare money giving Nobel prizes to people • have contributed most to the world's welfare 1 women are beautiful and their smorgasbom I lightiul. If the Scandinavian tourists are now Israel, they belong to a race of discoverers. U&.t of Eric, the Red. discovered America five* yeara before Columbus. The trouble was he somewhere in the east. Newport Or Labrador, s* ars are not sure which. If he had gone instead! Minnesota, more would have been heard of it st( ry about his discovery was incorporated ui' Scandinavian sagas and forgotten Perhaps %  naeeled wae a good publicity nan. In the days of the American Civil ** %  > Scandinavian almost singlehandedly savedttew I refer to John Ericsson, the mechanical gem*' fashioned the armor clad monitor. The >av partment first turned the idea down. The jppealed to Lincoln foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Only Washington Refused to Belief ... %  %  % % % %  %  )'• %  Jeru BONN'S PROPOSAL for and the %  qui nl 1 'it reached, on tin : diplomatic relations with i w as a m ve the signifi anci 1 I jond th' ( l ei man Israe 01 -iiii>It came as a replj to fas • r • Invitation of, an.! the reception accorded re Easl Germany's WaJ ter Ulbricht. Moreover, it was a rejection by Boon's Chancellor Erhard of Nai scf overextended blackmail. The rather h;:rd-to-oomprehend aspect in this development bet we en Cain and Bonn However, ft i s no secret throughout, failed to give any public support of the hardpreeeed Bonn Chancellor True. Washington had offered her "good offices" to try and bring about a rapprochement between Cairo and Bonn. However, it is no secret that her endeavors were chiefly directed at making Bonn change her course of action — also after Bonn's initial surrender to Nasser's demand to halt the supply of the promised arms to Israel was met with the slap in the face of the red-carpet rolled out by Cairo for Mr. Ulbricht. How Mr. Erhard could have been expected to swallow this and survive that, it Is hai Mr. Erhard realised thai h< [he reaction inside Germ in> ., %  i-iup cuid haniu be sustained bj Th. re was little new or surprising nlh n '^ >.Washington %  Una apparently res thai the only promising cours. I may arouse Mr. Nasser's anger. On imoe r others in the past, the apparent assiim£i v g 0| amencounter with Nasser would **%*%&% encounter with the whole ol the Arab worw. Could ill afford. >t to be ? The soundness of these premises ^'*^%BH far, all the proof at hand points W ^ *! heps the most telling evidence 110 m „,**] onlv Western Power which nowadays me __ ie #t\ praise or respect from Mr. Nasser is in€tf L*fl and despite France's open and declare" w(X e0] Israel while as far as Washing ton .^^ dedicated support of and massive ai


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L April 16, 1965 ^Jewtsit fhrHltr Paqe 15-A US. GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL WILL TALK tadrut 3rd Seder [Feature On-Spot L s*dcr celebration will be |Su-dav evening at the Fon L.u Hotel under the cohie of the Israel Histadrut iJuee and the Greater Miami [il for Medical Services in Loin, chairman of arrungeb SJ id "thai highlights of the P„jl] include fie commemorais Listed lirectory r,. Vocational Service, is list[tive latest edition of the '*Diof Approved Counseling % i,-" it was announced by |( He. P Kiinberg,. Jewish %  coal Service president. American Board on Counselfen .ces. which publishes the [or). i> the only unit in the ry thai evaluates counseling e>. having been incorporated iapurpose by the American n r .ti and Guidance AssoeiaIrish Vocational Servic* his Ireapprovec 1 four times in the pight years, it was announced agency director. Dr. M Goodman. He added that his programs in educationalHcnal guidance and counselhigh school and college li, iob placement services for ic.-aped and hard-to-place Ins and a sheltered workI fothe evaluation, training fmoloyment of handicapped |e. Goodman added th.it the Service is a \ %  oi the Greater isli Fe leration, and has j pplic. tion to the United mi ei -'ii|> in thai or I' -encv is n member of the Planning Council of Dade the National Rehabiliatasoeiation. the Florida Re; ikon Association* !he Na' c-nd Florida Association of i •d Workshops and IlomePrograms, and the Jewish iLonal Council. ency's ffices are located %  JE 3r v e with its work. Celebration Sunday Report by Popick | t'en of the 17th anniversary of the i State of Israel. A modern rendij tion of the Haggadah will be used ] at the Seder, Levin said. Musical program will be picsentied by Cantor David Conviser and choir. Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Third Seder celebration, who this week returned from a trip to Israel, will report on his tours through Histadrut institutions, including the Greater Miami Rehabilitation Medical Center in Beersheba. i Sam Feinstein is president of the Israel Histadrut Committee, and Jacob Rifkin is chairman of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Rifkin will be honored "for their vision and fore"sight" as one of the first to launch the Greater Miami Medical Center I project in Beersheba. Special guest will be John F. Kenning, U.S. Undersecretary cf Labor. Henning has made several trips to Israel, where he consulted with labor, government and Histadrut leaders. Farband coordinators for the Third Seder are headed by presidents of the local branches: BenGurion, Manuel Burstein; Bialik, Morris Honigbaum; Chaim Weilmann, Moe Levin; David Bliss, Samuel Galfond; Lebediker, Joseph P. Zuckerman; and Poale Zion, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Ifoshe Derm an is executive director of both the Israel Histadru' Committee and the Greater Miami Council tr Medical Services hi Israel. TOP aims NOMINATION Saturday, Apr. 17, is deadline for nominations for the Dade County Outstanding Citizens Award presentation at a luncheon at the Everglades Hotel on Apr. 28. Nominations may be sent to Sanford M. Swerdlin. chairman and permanent secretary of the award, 742 Reybold Bldg.. Miami. Sholem Lodge of D"nai B'rilh is annual sponsor. Patron since the inception i; Joseph M. Lipton, president. Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. Former Mayor To Speak Monday Former Mayor of Miami Beach ; I Harold Shapiro will discuss "Lanj tern in the Night" before the Amer| ican Association for the United Nai 'ions. Miami Beach Chapter, on ; Monday al 8 p.m. Talk will be presented at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1244 Washington Ave. Group president is B. Bayard Strell, Chairman is Andre S. Bialolenki. 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Page 16-A >U^ir in Arsb-lsraeli rank JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Assertverting our wat< which will be in ing that "we shall do everything esources." she declared. "'""" s: in our power to prevent a wai \; s \, ( made these statement? with the Arabs." Mrs Golda Meir ., concluded the Knesset deDurino the debate the Governlamer* Foreign Minister, told the her Mlni8lr> S budget XK^lW"** Knesset this week that Israel will wnlcn p ar liamen approved. In a r „-. n d favorably to a statement defend its water rights. -'Israel will sepa rate vote, the Knesset approvrecently made by Habib Bourguioo anything necessarj to Stop the d the national bll Igel !"r the tiba, president of Tunisia, who. in a speech in Jordan, seemingly ea"led for an Arab-Israeli rapprochement. "While :'. is true.' i eoli Mi r, "thai Mr B: in guiba >;n I here should be no war, it i> not must first i': i he 'eal meant tying ..rd t %  t i mi ut ol nialisi MORE JACK IN.THE BOX FOE YOU? YOUR SAVINGS NOW EARN PULL INTEREST! 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 Ta* Modem Bank with a Trad it MW N> Serrica —MSa l m—mymm —H HK Mill! TNI OIC OlME*CCC WITH "UIL IMTf I$T 0*11.' Sfi MM S5 000 U 300 SJ JOO 12 000 SI 000 DEC. I DEC 11 '' 1 Hares a saver who has i* M [jjj savings account on 0e-": an additional 11 500 on CM and withdraws S3.100 on Ft>'i--. llti f.O./.C. With out ticlusivt tii || "Full Interest" ht earni Using the most prevalent method he would earn only $M.3t for tha full Q jartar *from December 1st, 1& 4



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I'nai B'rith Chapters in Beach Planning lection Meets Here Council. B'nai Lev! Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark., %  B'nai B'rith philanthropy. inn Beach t u en i" install otticcrs L\ Mi i "> %  l ,m at ,nc Dcaufi'l,ii,l. according to president. %  Max Kern, Flora II Sinick, publicity lian. announces chapter meetffor April. ,,, pi meets Tuesday eve. |,l iii, Deauvill Hotel. Mrs. I i -idcnt. will present j. i cting w ill close with ti r ill meel Thora fclaj < %  ui Tony's Fish Market [ • nation lun.Iieon at iMrs. Harold In Menor;'i Chapter meets Tuesday, Apr. 27, 12:30 p.m., at Miami Beach federal, Lincoln Mall and Washing:on Ave. After a shcrl business neeting, election oi officers will be held. Pr sident, .Mrs. John Benjamin, will hi' hoc, for the refreshments in l: mor ol her birthday. M'ami Beach Chapter held ,i luncheon and card parly Tin yday .-it toe Carlton Hotel. lie gular meeting is st'iecluled [or vli nday. 12:30 p.m., .it the Miami Beaih Federal. 401 Lincoln Mall. iSuct on oi olficers is on the agenda. President is Mrs Sally Fisher. %  hapter meets TuesAnnual donor luncheon "ill lake Lp : g p.m.. Chase Federal, p'aee Tuesday neon. May 4, at the It. and Sheridan Ave. Program Deauville Hotel. In allation of of[president. Mrs George Ginsficers will foltow, M s. Helene Ro annoimces the highlight of Kenthal, life member of B'nai B'rith, proiir.iir, will be UBYO chair and a JuiUiard School graduate, will [Mrs. living Palm. Election Jlu ., selections at the piano Mrs. Beers will be held. President is Samuel M. Marks is publicity chairI.Kick Dei ins. man likvah Chapter meets TuesNorth Share Chapter will have its I] p.m.. at the Morton Towers installation luncheon on Monday kat ion Roam. Election of offinoon. May 3. at the U.mey Plaza ,\ill he on the agenda, anHotel. President, Mrs. Betty Twees president, Mrs. C<*eile O. tclbaum, "ill give her annual reft, Program highlight will be a port. -Mrs. Lester Arkin. past prcsi"With Every Step I Take." dent. Miami Beach Council, will in%  iiiu the work ol the Leo N. stall officers for 1905-fiG. n J miff: by ISABEL GRCVE i prim-ess ;I) irn Jaime Sue Hv-d I'II Sunday. Apr. 11. to %  Idea H hearts "t parents. pi and Jack I'M J, and ma r nd pa rents, Yvette and pkj Krauss, •! Miami Beach Leaving the beginning oi Maj round the world tour with i Gid"ej. there's no doubt thai rky will return to his grandIghter laden with gifts from Irj i xotie land lie visi s. 9 ivas a week of memorable h points for Libbic Fischer, utifnl 90-year-old Last Satis}', lousin Mclvin Summers li cocktail paily in her si Islanil 4 home for Libbic In ii ili>' 'jm t of honor and ntiinatc friends adjourned to Gale's lor "diner tli.it w.is "I'"and humor on thegay Among guesta were iiiends ii .;i and Meyer 1 0 ha.I a celebration of ir own going — 50 years ol 1 •'-' On Wednesday, the n 11 was feted at a '' n -1\-ii bj Esther I Mrs. Moslej Party guesta long-time friend Dotty t'lii < %  :. 'iousegu< -tMis at LibPlaza apartment, here Yi rk especially for the l(l '>" ms \|s, Lillie Winf. I-1.mi i .. Manscini, Dora and Ivyne. 111 lay. al lite Women's CanIr Lea-mo ol Miami Beach instal lun.heon, Libbie and Mel• %  <.-r11.lite honorary trusA sparkling birthday IKi presented to Libbie. BUT,n ocd again with her many %  '<'-. Meyer Port braving the 'f Kit women to one man. 1,111 1965, a notable month for l W" Saudi;, Dale Melt/.er 'hi iv. she w: • to model n iits she designed and l(,,,| ""l at the Fashion DepartStyle show ... on Saturday KM. I he daughter of Mr. and I s tU L. Meltzer and fiance 1 Gerald Pelleti will be bon. '' • al a cocktail rccep ion. and w end o| ,he month bofi will r,.(..,,,,. iron, n l( | ( county jun. The bride-elect fashion design major rni d. Ti/, ovnan s "Wor/J "tJTewislri FloiridUari Miami, Florida, Friday. April 16, 1965 Section 3 Her future bridegroom, son of Mrs. Rose <;. Petletz, plans to enter the Universitj oi Miami Lav School. Roger, son "I Mr. and Mrs. Rob cit M. Mernt keeping up the hifch scholastic pace he set al Miami Heath High al Km r\ I'niversit) in Atlanta He's now an announcer on the Emory radio station and an active member in Tau Epsilon Phi. following a stint as president oi the pledge i lass. It's bii.hday 88 for Charles Rosenthal. founder oi Riverside (. hapels, w ho'll be honored at New York's Dclmonico Hotel on May 6 Among the son guests paying homage t<> the indomitable Iv'isent'iil will be Miami Beach's Abe Eisenberg, who has missed only a couple ol these annual galCi since 1039 Ii •enlhal and wife Cera, loyal winter visiti : h< re since 1022. left the Eden Ro: for their home in New York just a few weeks ago When Eisenberg n u.ns from the birthday celebration, he and his Jean plan to rpsnd several weeks al Tow er Isle In Jamaica, Leon Schachter and actress wife, G i t e I Stein, operators ol American-Jewish vaudeville, at 1 h e Cin< ma 'I hi atre in Miami Beach, caujghl the saw at the Ihunderbird Motel's Pow Wow Room tin' Other night Schachter and Aaron Courshon, tang-time showman and one ::l the T-Bird owners, cooking UP a deal lor an exchange cf talent that will guarantee a longer season to entertainers who comto Miami Beach. %  Takin'.' a five-day break from pre-med studies at Tulane University, where he's a svrnigM "A" student. Sheldon Zilbeil spending the holidays with his family Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ZUhert. Sheldon iplanning to work in the lab at Ml Sinai Hospital this sunnier Olive (Mrs. Ben) Levin, promin ,-i.t Miami Beach socialite who Continued on Pag *-B Newly-inUalled officers of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach who have raised over 5350.000 for Mount Sinai Hospital's Tumor Clinic are sh^wn at their installation meeting. Seated (left '-> right) are Mrs. Ardelie Levitt, recording secretary; Mrs. Leon Manheimer, president; Mrs. Jean Lehman, installing officer; Mrs. Jerome Rado. outgoing president; Mrs. Irvino Rubin, treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Melvynne Sommers, social secretary; Mrs. Howard Grove, vice president: Mrs. Sheila Markell, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Juls S'irk, financial secretary: Mrs. Lill Blasberg, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Ethel Gerson, chaplain; Mrs. Betty Finegold, vice president; Mrs. Jerome Sugarman, social secretary; Mrs. Irving Berlin, vice president; Mis. Harold Soglovuz, vice Dresiaeni. %  -^ PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit of the occasion bring peace and freedom to all peoples everywhere. Mn*J<;r. faahicr BURDINE 1



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Page 2-B -Jewlsti ncrkfian J'nai B nth Women's Chapters Plan ilectlon Meetings Through End of i L .. to right are Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Sisterhood president, Dr. Irving Lehrman, and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, at culmination ceremonies of the adult education series held every Tuesday morning since Jan. 5 at Temple Emanu-El. The series of classes is sponsored by the Sisterhood of "he Temole in its Women's Institute of joii.n studies, ineme 01 inis year s institute was "Alice in Torah Land." Working with Mrs. Ginsburg on the Women's Institute were Mrs. Leo Berman. Mrs. Maurice Gans, Mrs. Jerome Goodman. Mrs. Isadore Lorber, Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, Mrs. Israel Teitch and Mrs. Thomas Trent. Florida Pythian Sisters Planning Confab Apr. 27 Grand Temple Pythian Sisters oi Florida's 6lst annual convention vill be held at the S?ville Hotel on Apr. 27 to 29. Grand chief Mrs Lorraine S. Ber ry. o/ Fruitland Park. Fla.. will pi estate. A highlight of the convention \wLI be attendance of Supreme Chief Wrs. Bertha Lynn, of DeJoit, Mich., OVERWEIGHT? TIRED? TENSE? RENT AN tSKASim mi c.'' wr Swi F.' iMtelt CM who will be honored with a special breaktast at 8:30 a.m. at tbe Seville •jn Tuesday. Apr. 27. Past Grand Chiefs Mrs. Mane S. Kinggard and Mrs. Alice G. Pomerantz. of Miami, are chairmen of over-all arrangements for the con vent ion. Grand Junior Mrs. Shirley Bach, of Miami, is taking reservations for the supreme chiefs breakfast and Past Grand Chief Mrs. Geneva Mellon, of Miami, is chairing convention registrations. Knights of Pythias. Grand Lodge. will bold a joint memorial service with the Grand Temple Pythian Sisters at 7 pro. on Wednesday, Apr. 28. Beth Tov fashion Show Fund-raising fashion show is scheduled by Beth Tov Sisterhood for Wednesday evening at the Temple. Model* will display clothes for the entire family, and traditional Passover Ptfrcshments will be Installation ceremony of ('.rand Tetnpti officers for 1965 1966 will be held on Thursday. Apr. 29. A joint banquet (Or Pythian Sisters and Knigh s will officially open convention ceremonies at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Apr. 27. Mrs. Viriaru Fields, district deputygrand chief for District Five, Pythian Sisters of Florida, will give the welcoming address. During B'nai B'rith Women .'ouncil cf Mi::nu meeting Apr. 2 t ii'i. %  Ui.i\r! :l> Lanes, election-. .ill be held. Slatt of officers is headed by raaidmt Mr*. Harold Feldman; ice presidents Mrs Louis Zeger nd Mrs. Robert Gi JS; treasurer, Irs. Anhiir Bas—lan; secretaries. Irs, Mark huhand Mrs. Kenneth ierman; counselor. Mrs David achs. • • Miami Chapter will hold its re ;ular meeting on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. d the Coial Gables Federal. Pre jam for the evening will be a wok review by Rabbi Morris Skop in "So Strantie My Path."' by ludolph Marx On Sunday. Apr. 25. he chapter is having a floor sh..w ind dance at ;he Algiers Hotel. drs. Betty Birshansky is in charge .f tickets • • B'nai B'rith Women of Coral iables will hold its regular meetng at 8:30 p.m.. Tuesday, at Hillel louse. 1100 Miller Dr. The business neeting will be conducted by Mrs Sol Greenherg. president. Slate of •fficers to lie presented for elec ion includes: President. Mrs. Sol Rappaport: •ice presidents. Mrs. Al Bass. Mrs. jam Magazine. Mrs. Arthur Rosinek; treasurer. Mrs. Pnula Winter: secretaries. Mrs. Maurice Finegold. Mi s Barney Landers. Mrs. Frances F.strekher: historian. Mrs Sidney Covner; auditor. Mrs Sidney Suss; counselor. Mrs. Sol Greenberg. White elephant games will follow elections The chapter will hold its annual donor luncheon at 11 30 a.m.. Tuesday. Apr. 27. at the Doral I'. imtry Club. Singer Marie Balaban aid comedian Dick Lynn will provide the entertainment. Installation of olficers will be held, and prizes and awards will be distributed. Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter will meet on Wednesday. Apr. 38. 8:30 p.m.. at the Everglades Elemen tary School. Election of officers will follow the regular mee;ing. Slate for 1965-66 is headed by president. Mrs. Mike Light; vice presidents. Mrs. Joel Kleinman. Mrs Max Hodes. Mrs. Robert Fried, r i *. I km. M .. **T ,1 -irv M '"'-' (dad 8ek>r :*i31 Workshop Slat In Surfside A five week workfe choloj „ujj3 at ,hl .nunihL on Monday, with >tella I j stein. MA ... mstiwar" ill be • %  ., w The -cb^_ Monday"^m continue on Apr. 2* MttU 24. Mrs. Bernstein received 1 degree from Col imkn la her MA from leathers' at Columbia L'Diveriij, i Tallahasst ny to psychology "ii the juiuoc L level and Stal Florida i cation a> a P\uao!ogist Mrs GIM tiller. • %  lector "t Surf! Center announi the the CO Lorber Chapter] Enjoys Luau For Asthmatics I Lorber Cta Asthn !nst Hospital, held luau at 1 Peach on Saturday night The .lwntu v ,iore : manj n-;d by t throughout the *e.ir for I fit ot intractable a>timuk| dren at the Denver tenter. Money raided al*o aids I search program at the which seeks 'o tind ll causes <>i asthma itii ote\ gies. Mrs. Leslie Shermu, i man. arranged the evHJ< tertainnient. music, a dance cmtes: .-.HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FLASH! Aftei 18 Years DURABLE AWNING CO. (Lew Jordan — Doris Medcove) announce; the birth of ifs FIRST BABY!!! QUALITY WELDERS OF MIAMI BEACH, Inc. 541 West Avenue, Miomi Beach, Florida Phone* 514-4.74 5344475 iriif-iiiun slum. the art vollvvtion of •5 wmc&j Sherry Frontenac : mm IKDIB ? The best of the Caribbean and Miami Beach! Join us for a Summer of Fun and Relaxation for all the family — enjoy the pleasure of your cabana, the great Olympic pool. 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April 16, 19B5 'Jetfisfi ncrldllan %  *? % bS* T* -^%i, m wS3 rs %  L ..'omen's League has aqain this year called upon gOC'000 members throughout the United States, Canada, :; id Puerto Rico to observe the Passover holidays with i ceremonies and rituals, especially those pracH the home. Shown here is the Passover table se' in the he oi Mrs. Albert Fried, of Brooklyn, N.Y., president of the pone! Women's League of the United Synagogue of AmeriFor Passover recipes during the holiday season, see :%  '. lars Planning Medical Seminar M of Lebanon Hospital will i Post-Graduate Seminar in Medicine on Apr. 22 and visiting specialists from j Los Angeles and New York \n.f as faculty. sident Hfry L. Lewis antliat Dr. Franz J. Ingel| professor of medicine at the University School of Medi[Dr. J. Edward Berk, profesBc chairman. Department of '* California College of .Medicine; and Dr. Henry D. Janowitz, head of the Division of Gasjtroenterology. Mount Sinai Hos. Ipittl, New York, will speak. Seminar director is Dr. Maurice Rich, Cedars chairman of the Department of Medicine. Sessions will begin Thursday. Apr. 22. at 9 a.m.. with an address of welcome by S. K. Bronstein. hospital administrator. Moderators for the two-day seminar are Drs. Chester Cassel, Pedro J. Greer and Benjamin G. Oren. Page 3-B Beauty Pageant Dance Apr. 24 In N. Miami Beach South Florida Chapter of the 82nd Airborne Division Association will have its annual beauty pageant! and dance Apr. 24 al the North Mi' ami Beach City Auditorium, with : Johnny Masters and his orchestra as the music highlight. More than 2.000 are expected to attend the affair, according to Joseph Hardel, who is in charge of arrangements. I. R. Mayers, president ol the chapter, said a panel of ten wellknown personalities living in South l'i rids will serve as a panel of judges to select a "Queen'" to represent the chapter at the finale May fi to 8 at Ft, Bragg, N.C., Where "Miss 82nd Airborne Division for 1.W5" will be crowned. Florida Women's League Confab In Jacksonville Florida Branch of National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America will hold its i annual three-day conference on May 10 to 12 at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville. Mrs. Harcld Reinhard is prcsi' dent of the Florida Branch. Attending the conference will be delegates from Conservative synagogue sisterhood's throughout the State ol Florida. Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence Wul. I kan. conference vice chairman. ihave been working on the final preparations for the conference. A chartered bus will leave from the Miami area on May 9 at 10:30 p.m. One of the highlights of the conference will be a banquet during which 12 newly-elected board members wul be installed. National speaker consultant wiU Finalizing plans for the annual Florida Branch of National Women's League Conference are (seated) Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference chairman, and (standing) Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan, conference vice chairman. be Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman, immediate past president of National Women's League. Currently, Mrs. Rossman is serving as national chairman of the million dollar combined campaign for Torah Fund I reservations. and the Matilda Schechter Residence Hall of National Women's League on behalf of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Mrs. Murray Kaye is in charge of JKCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY fASK FREE SHOP MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL Ifz'iQ M THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR extends best wishes for a Happy Passover



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Page 4-B • %  JenistncrkMar A JCong. Confab Here Tuesday Report Slated Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president of Justine Chapter. Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, announces that a report on the National Women's Division convention hold in Washington two weeks ago. will be given by Joseph I. Yanich. regional director of the South. e:i>tern Ke:,'ion at a meeting Tuesday. 12 30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Irving J Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo Dr. Yanich's report will include the meetings held with congressmen in Wa>hinjton. the plenary sessions and the final resolutions framed by convention dele^atev A repirt will be given on the Voting Right! Act ot 1965 by Mr* Harold Dniker. Mrs. Samuel Meist-Iman will present a report on the participation of American Jewish Congress in the Economic Opportunity Program. Final arrangements will be made for the theatre party featuring Israel's first full-length film. "They Were Ten." at the Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday eve iiings. Election of officers will take place during the meeting with the following nominees: President. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers vice presidents. Mesdames Rut.' Dniker. Frances Shapiro and Etta Westin: treasurer. Mrs. Gertrude Leiner: recording secretary; Molhe Rudt: and corresponding secretary Mrs Ethel Wolk. Members of the board are Met dames Delia Appelbaum. MolBe I'.ushman. Dorothy Cahn. Lillian Cohen. Lill,.. n Goodm. Kramer. Lilhan fo^T"! shapin., Jan.< hutt7n *h munri n **l Joint Installation Held by Veterans Mrs. Elsie Belsky. president o: Temple Menorah Sisterhood. Dins in cor.gratulatinc Sisterhood ladies in a cele: ration banque'. Mrs. Essie Wolf (left, chairman ourn. I r.nd Mrs. Lawrence Weston. chairrr.an of the banquet received gold brooches with an inscribed menorah Something New In Summer Camp an l girls have outgrown the interests conventional ps have to offer" Send them to a camp which has been esIsbed for the express purpose ot developing teen-agers with a sin. cere desire for above-average prot'ciency i:i sports, drama. MM arts and other specialized activities the Colonnades Beach Camp in Falm Beach Shores. Fla. While the stated objectives of thai singular concept "ill be of particular significance to parent?: 'To avail to girls and boys in their tormative years t h e opportunity, through professional instruction and supervision, to develop their i.atural aptitudes and talents in surroundings conducive to conentration. initiative and an awarei • -> of God." the setting will cans. the ears of the most lethargic teenager to snap up to attention. For the camp is based at the Col* nnades Beach Hotel, a beautiful I acre, ocean-front estate on a secluded island, five miles distant f'-om the heart of Palm Beach by causeway, with such facilities as M feet of private beach, a Cabana Club with two swim pools, gulf at the r.e PG \ Si tional Club with I the world"? finest 18-hole cfaa ; private ten • theatre, a gymnas bathAnd campers %  i • -• • Among the elective courses aril! be gulf, tennis, failing, aquatic •port.-, water AYiing, football, baseball. ba*ketba!I. dramatic^, arts and craits. .< poise school for girLwith classes in modeling, ballet, baton-tuirling. beauty culture and the social gr..ce>. For the convenience of both parents and children, two optional terms of fiv e weeks each have been scheduled by Director Ro> Johns ton—June 18 through July 23. and July 25 through Aug. 28 Joint installation ceremonv for Jewish War Veto %  >.' an.! held Mar 25 at l"ni S s Ferdii inducted • %  commanders; Danit • S %  king Best I istees L K post s geon; secret) Auxiliai % %  > • :i cers i tu president; Kos hai SI • %  n i e > Yarmbrandt i let pi esidi nts; B Hoi %> itz. chaplain; Julius Baker, pahiotic insti ictor Bea Lasser. historian; Milton Gilmaj conductress; Herman Gromet, guard; Joyce LieJ Jerome Brunner. Reardon Seeks To Succeed Self James E. "Jay" Reardon. councilman of North Miami Beach, is run. ning in the city's election to succeed himself. "I have presented North Miami Beach with honor ami dignity and have done the utmost tor my community.'" Reardon sanl The candidate pointed to his contribution toward the city's "new luminous street-light ins, system at no cost to the taxpayers, the new lihran en which 1 acquired the land for the structure to be erected at no cost • the city, the low taxes, SI pool looms and card rooms in the business Beach." red a potting • toi senior c I %  oted lor inised paj : %  i •%  • : social atcontinue bus transKOSHER t MORRISOiVSCHIFF 7: A:: CSTM Bugs — G. ABRAHAM CARMEL BAKERY • RETAIL KOSHER • Phone JE 8-7592 847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Closed Saturdays and Holidays "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-Mil AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! M SS KN'SHT puts the tan big wheel flaw ot Srtsriaofs finest Gruy. In Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and KftifteUlasdartui for lunch. Mattai H entertaining guests Pick up SWISS KNlfflT^'a! your store today! HAPPY AND SWEET PASSOVER COVPLIMENTS OF SUNSHINE SWEETS SUGAR AVAILABLE IN ALL MARKETS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AND ALL YEAR E-xJorsed Bv Rabbi Tibor H Stern j IniewiM from tfeswa, S.dimwo. o, in. Gtrbor Ctw Co, Inc, N.Y. rge K.. in. Lillian Bit estein A::nBaskin secretaries; Hubert Bautnohl. Tilic Salk. Esther Blum trustees M i s D*\ id Abri i past lent %  .. \ %  %  \ d %  % %  %  %  • %  lr iphj a t/\ I % %  IMS bo • %  d • %  p •' ith .i pla I.I thos %  who particip 1964 aft-piiu. initj • i Mrs I.•• li %  hai 9 of the project ORT Monthly Brunch Chapter, Women's American ORT. will hold Ms regulai rtthly brunch m Wednet 11:30 a.m.. at the Monte Curio Ho \ vine-serving demonstration will he followed by card games. r .fll about] gathered for yow Miriam Fidjl N V rri r ^mrf from r_| "f..r ih, saki ,,f ltlt ^1 %  OBWa." -.. tin. mliimnj^l cau-d .ill. N l*iv| %  .' / : 1 • 1 • Mothers. I for o eneaceti symbol • '•' Hitler. 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Page 6-B +Je1st>fk>r0(f1ar Frid Y. April i, Tif ereth Jacob Passover Seder On Saturday, at 7 0 Passover Seder will u Temple Tifereth Jacob %  Ave.. Hialcah. HI Reservation Airmen a,, scidlc. Mrs Sadye Leta* Mrs. Mildred \\ scmrtt ili 'GirJ Fridoy' Observo*, Highlighting a week of-(^| day" activities, Miami'; m and boss of theyear wiliw Wednesday (hiring a ":3IJL quet at the Everglada H3) Attending charter signing ceremony for Ocean Harbor Chapter of Women's American ORT are seated (left to right) Mrs. Eva Shapiro, sponsor, Mrs. Sam Danzig, president. Middle row ilef*. to right) are Mesdames Mae Greenspan, Herman Weisenthal, treasurer, Henry Salt, vice president, Milton Levinson, I. L. Rabkin, Monroe Redell, Julius Robins, Vivian Grossman, vice president. Jack Landman, corresponding secretary, Leonard Levinson. financial secretary, Fay Bclik, Renee Herman, Morris Frank. Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Max Mogel. Maurice Sidney, William Lesser, Lou Epstein. Edythe Zeiraan, vice president, Eva Sisk. Zuckerman on Radio lay at 11:30 a in., and 2 p.m. over WMIE 00 Jacob Schachter's h ur, Joseph Zuckerman will discuss achievements, of the Jewish National Fund. Topic will be "Yixkor and :he Obligation of Jews Toward the Jew ish National Fund Zuckerman is Southern n p > •' ntative ol Farband, the L bor '/. ler. To Grace Vour Holiday Table ASK FOR Ocean Harbor ORT Receives New Charter A charter-signing ceremony for Ocean Harbor chapter of Women's American ORT was held Apr 8 at the home 01 Mrs Morris Frank, 10295 Collins Ave. Mrs. Louis Baron, region president, pre* nted orchids to Mrs. Samuel Danzis. president, and Mrs. Eva Shapiro, sponsor of the new .haptcr. Guest speaker Was Mrs. Bernard Hoffenberg, region education chairman. Other region representatives present were Mrs. Florence Kupperman, vice president, and Mrs. Margaret Newman Stern, promotion chairman. Youth Dance Scheduled Sylvan Holtzman. chairman of youth activities 01 Temple Belli Am. announces that a dance tor high school >uideni.~ uill be held ;n the Temple Youth Lounge on Saturday evening. May 1. Music will be lurnished by 'The Shags." Produced and Bottled By L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonk-rs, N.Y. Temple Israel Musical Program Temple Israel Sisterhood will pre. sent its annual musical program on Wednesday noon in Wolf son Auditorium. The luncheon meeting will also include election of offi>< rs, Musical stars featured in the coocert are violinist Eugent DuB's. ccnotrtiiiaU-r of the Philharmonic Summer "Pops" Series, and Sormer concert master of Uie University of .Miami Symphony Orchestra, with accompanist Dr. Paul tsonka. composer, teacher and conductor, who is musical director of the Miami Opera Guild. Singer Marie Balaban. who has starred on stage, television and radio, will also appear, accompanied by Bert Duckman. noted pianist. Program chairman for the afternoon b Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, wi.h Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman in charge of reservations. Mrs. Joseph S. Bulbin is Sisterhood president. Art Exhibit At Film Premiere Mrs Harvey E. Kramer, president of the Wonien'> I)i\ IK>U, American Jewish OongMW, announces that a special exhibiti n of paialings will be on view prior to the exclusive premieie showing "f Israel's first full-length feature film. "They Were Ten." in Hebrew with English subtitles, Tuesday and Wednee day. 7:30 p.m.. at the Mayfair Theatre. Paintings from the collections of Leonard Rosen, chairman of the l>' ard of Gulf American Land Corporation, and Jack D. Gordon, presKlent ot the Washington Federal Savings and Loan A-^ociation. will featui'e Israel artist.-.. Rubin. Katz. .Aricha and others. zjcMno ju£c*f OAHL ^/^a r \~/'r litz win BUI Pr$5 Bill David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Press. 9790 SW 107th Ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Apr. 17. at Temple Zion. A seventh grade student at Glades Junior High, the celebrant 1studying the trumpet and guitar. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Press, of New York, will be here for the occasion. • — Larry Kottler Larry, no of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kottler. 19631 NE 18th PI., will Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 17. at Beth Torah Congregation. Larry will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Child Afraid To be Measured In School Test The child who doubts his own value is naturally terrified of standing up and being measured by some yardstick such as the classroom lest." according to Dr. David Rothenberg. Miami Beach psychologist. Dr. ROUK liber.: gave his views on testing students in school in an address before the Parent-Teachers Association of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami last week Dr. Rothenberg is psychologisl foi the Hebrew Academ) "Children"anxieties about school examinations are reflections of their concern that they won't ap near to be as good as they think they are." Dr. Rothenberg continued. "A poor examination grade shows that the child's image of himself as a capable student ia no; ,11 curate. •The ciuld in school. M all ttrough lile." Rothenberg told the Academy PTA. "is testing reality of his environment as a means to measuring his own worth. The real fotnis of attention." he M|d, "should ,.be the child's realistic appraisal of ; bimseU." HAPPY PASSOVER Enioy Passover With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. Or CHICAGO U.S. Inspected & Posse! Est. No. 1 Delicatessen Distributed or Coastline Provision Co., Inc. 855 Biscoyne Street Miami Beoch, Fin. Ph. 538-623! 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. April 16. 1965 +Jmi*t> mbridton Page 7-B Hadassah Groups Hold Functions Al a recent board meeting of celebrat'on. Card names followed. be Miami Chapter of Hadassah, Mrs. Milton Weinberg is president resident Mrs. Edward Cohen •resented the 90 percent reenrol!nent plaque ihc chapter received rom National Hadassah to Mrs. • illiam Goldberg, recnrollment h.iirman, an Mrs. Max Swartz, iiembership vice presicnl. Regular group meetings of the .liami Chapter were held on Monday. Beach Chapter of Hadassah plans a or luncheon Monday noon, May 17, at '.he kuville Hotel. An estimated 1,200 members | attend, according to Mrs. Nat Barth, chappresident. Rear (left to right) are Mesdames Horwiiz, Esther Group; Jack Goldman, na Lazarus Group; Barney Davis, Bay HarGroup; Max Affachiner, 1. R. Goodman Vxp; Eleanor Ross, Renanah Group; Ethel B. nan. Herzl Group, Jennie Bolog, Shaloma jj>; and Esther Bergman, Moron Towers Group. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Rebecca Sussman, -Stephen S. Wise Group; Barnett Beckerman, donor coordinator, Miami Beach Chapter; William Saffir, Brandeis Group; Abel Levin, Henrietta Szold Group; and Jack Miiravchick, Hanna Senesch Group. Not present are Mesdames Rose Goldman, Israeli Group; Frances Lebon, I. R. Goodman Group; Hyman Mintz, Southgate Group, and Herbert Gutman, Deborah Group. rida Hadassah Regional Conference : eature Two-Man Panel Sunday Eve rida Regional conference of jsah will hold its plenary sesfcunriay nighl al the Seville Mis Dorothj Krieger Fink thai! 'lian .in! mi Y lUth" is the title of pel 'hi< h u l te.iture Rabbi Kipper and Richard Weathi leader of T\ mple Judea, Kippei dainod by the Unioi ege Jewi 'i instipf Religion lie holds a BS in i p !• lucatktn from WilliamCollege. Chicago. to entering Hebrew Union fce, he was on the staff of the I of Jewish Education of Chi)r in accepting the pulpit nple Judea. he was spiritual of Temple Beth Sholom in dy. Mass itherlj nov. serves as executive director of the Keonomic Op. P'lrtunities Program of Dade County He is a native of Chicago and a graduate ot the Lniversity of Chicago, with a Master's degree in social wcrk. He came to Miami as director of the United Health Foundation. Previously, he was director of United Community Services in South Chai Group met at 9:30 a.m.. >t the home of Mrs Milton chwartz. 1311 N'E 174th St.. for an mnual white eieph; nt sale. Proeeds go toward the purchase of upplies far the Medical Center in i.-rael. There was. in addition, a skit entitled The Hadassah Coloring Bock." Chim Weiimarn Group m^t at 8 p.m. at the Pioneer Woman's Club. 250 NW North River Dr. Young Judaeans. group sponsored by Hadassah presented a program of songs and dances. A special luncheon on Monday noon at the Roney Plaza Hotel marked the Herxl Group eye bank Prof. Shaw in Review Prof. Fred Shaw, of the University of Miami, will review "The South and the Southerner." by Ralph McGill. for Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on Monday, 1:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Pot Roast? Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea ahoutd be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT H on the package means Kosher. Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbi Jacob Coheo trkmen's Circle inches Plan ried Functions rfcmpn'. Circle branches will i I a special Passover celebra-! a Warsaw memorial eveland a concert by the Workj Circle Chorus during April. Peretz Workmen's Circle t Ms will present a special pro-1 [Sunday. 7 p.m.. at 25 WashAve. Children from both j will offer a special Pass-1 >Krain. Cantor Zvi Adler, I nple Emanu-El, will offer a \ i of songs Monday, all branches will' a Warsaw Memorial ser\ 25 Washington Ave. at 81 rkmen's circle Chorus of P ,,r Miami, conducted bv Ben' F, will hold its ninth annual; [." Sunday, Apr. 25. at 25 fngkin Ave "*> Dade Branch 1064 held its Fleeting on Sundav after !•'' Washington Federal Audi^ NE 187th St. cn 692 was to meet Thurslaitenio,,,, this wpek at 2j fpon Ave and Branch 28 l.'ast Friday afternoon at Njon Federal, 1235 Wash* v to discuss group ine tor members over 65 years >de Island 'b Meeting Nar monthly meeting of the' lWk n ,' Club of Grpater Milu>J. •"" Sunda 7P-m. at | !" on Federal 1234 Washingbusiness meeting was follent.s''' CUrd Party and re %  "•".'. %  f£SFi\ Cr BRAND DELUXE III* IWIIfllATIO COMTtMn il0M (000 M001CTJ %eaAno*i cbotTrao BORSCHT^ (MSSUI.) "•ysMwEu'** keaMote MAKES PASSOVER A REAM. YO)i TOY I LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS: % Pickles • Scha 9 Tomatoes Roumanian Kraut Horse Radish • Deluxe Mix > Russell • Pepper Delight 1 Borscht Egg Borscht Sauerkraut Horseradish & Beets SEASHORE Food Products, Inc. Kosher for Passover Phone MI 1-3541 n09) 11113 Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern CfteflM ^'vil SCHAV



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Page 8-B k 1st fhrkUar Fr "*Y. April 16, •w .** 450 Attend Young Women's Division Fashions for Living and Giving Luncheon Co-chairmen of 'he Fashions for Living and Givinq function cf the Younq Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal were Mrs. Howard Trinz (left> and Mrs. William Binder, •/ho planned and coordinated the outstanding luncheon at;ended by 450 young women from all areas cf Dade County. Part of the fun of the Young Women's Division Combined lew sh Appeal No Minimum Luncheon were the attractive decorations and centerpieces prepared by Mrs.. Norman Share and -ier committee. Members of the committee included (left to ight* Mrs. Albert Morrison Jr.. Mrs. Sam Rosen, and Mrs. Share. Over 450 viuiu v imen from all par.* of Dade County attended the Youag Women's Division Faantaii for Living and Giving Luncheon at In* Dupont Plaza Motel last week. Co-chairmen of the luncheon. Sirs. William Birder an i Mrs !i ard Trinz. noted thai the bullion fcr giwn_ l those v.ho want a better i mmunity tor their families, as well ;tor Jewish men. women and children overseas, is >uppcrt n( combined Jewish Appeal. Miami's central Jewish philan.hropic organizatkH Speaker at the luncheon was Mrs. Irving L e t* m an. president of the Federation of Jewish Women and Wife ; the ISMM C.lA ismpaign chairman Fashions for Living were pre sented in a stowing of casual and -port clothes through the courtesy of Mister Pants. Mrs. Thomas Gerard was commentator for the showing, and Mrs. Richard Litt was chairman of the Fashion Show Committee Members of the Younu Women's Division served as volunteer models. They included Mr*. Howard Fisher. Mrs. Barry Garber. Mrs. Edwin Ginsbura. Mrs. B. J. Layne. Mrs. Lawrence Markman. MrsDonald Rose. Mrs. David Somrner. Mrs. Henry WeisMiss Michele Weiss and Mrs. Martin Zweig. Unique decorations for the event were created by the Decorations Committee, composed of Mrs. Norman Share. Mrs. Albert Morrison Jr.. and Mrs. Sam Rosen Mrs Richard Furman served as reservations chairman, and Mrs Howard Ayarts and Mrs. Barry Sugarnian were chairman and ways in which Combined Jewish Appeal helps uto be better member* of the community, we are receiving Insi lit into the work that helps asjure us of a healthier and happier community ." Area chairmen who added to the success of the occasion included Mi-. Howard Ayares. Mrs. Adolph Bet ger, .'. Larrie Blasberg. Mrs. Eugene Broom, Mrs. Philip Blocm. MiLawrence Brant. Mrs. Marvin Gillman. Mrs. Marshall Harris. Mrs Leer ard Hannes. Mrs Richard Helfman. \i. Mrs, Howard Katzen, MrRobert Liebeskind. Mrs. Burton Levey Mi >. Lloyd Ruskin. MrMarvin Sackner. Mrs Alan Shecter. MiMyron Sponder. Mrs. Robert Sttisman, Mrs. David Somrner and Mrs. Rcbei. Ttaurtg. r~ m Fight for Sight Instalation Here At Fontainebleau On Tuesday. Fight for Sight League of Greater Miami installed officers at a noon luncheon held in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Apr. 13 was also declared "Fight for Sight Day" in a procalamation issued by Mayor Chuck Hall, who served as installing officer at the affair. Guest -poaker was Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president. University of Miami, and Mrs, Albert Pick offered a program of music. Mrs. Rhoda M. Lev inc. life president, was installed for a tenth term ahead of the organization which, under her leadership, has been in the vanguard in the fight to advance and support eye research for the restoration and preservation of sight. Others installed include Mrs Jennie Grossinger. sponsor; Mrs. Edward W. Broidy. Mrs. Alice Freeman. Mrs. Bernard Friedman. Mrs. Albert Pick, vice presidents; Mi's. A. Oonviser. Mrs. Louis Petluck. Mrs. Hyman Spiegal. Mrs. Alfred German, Mrs. J. Georee Schwartz. Mrs. Henrietta Rachman, secretaries; Mrs. B. Robert Gordon, treasurer; Mrs Esther Canter. Mrs David Seidel. Mrs. Max Siegal. sunshine fund; Mrs Charles Simon, publicity. Operation Safe Wclkisd* onstiated by Mrs. Soksm Terner. 7619 Dickens A, Miami Beach, to her dm* ter. Rose, who will be in 5s grade at Biscayne Elena tary next fall. Safety** scious parents are beise urged to give their cUtl a trial run this sum.T.e: x the route to school or >t games and rtirs ments filled the day. Medal Maurice Friedland Albert M son. and Sam Rosen, i"' charae of arrangemeBtt ISRAELI STUDENT Si, 5'11", considered handsome, deI -es to correspond with young lady. ZIEV, P.O.B. 7752, RcHOVOT tSftAEl 3NS Of lHt LARGiST COHSfKvAT'Vt CONGREGATIONS IS SEEKING A SEXTON Musi be oble to rejfH Tirali. All replies strietlv confide.-.i'. P.O.B. 844, Sosno -•<> %  • Start! HAPPY PASSOVER ALL-PAK PAPER Spooa izing in Retail Stce Packaging—Wra| P'bbor.s -Tag; & Twine Bags & Boxes in Stock Letter P-ess & Offset Pr 621 S.W 71st AVENUE CA 6-2771 TO ALL GREETINGS B. I. 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Friedman And Daughter Joy of FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY "South Beach's Favorite Bakery" 655 Washington Ave. JE I-* 173 Extend Best Wishes for Passove: To Their Customers and Fnentis BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SERBIN, INC. 1280 S.W. 1st STREET



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Icy. AP" 1 16 1965 Jewish nortdllan Paqe 9-B Jewish National Fund Council meetinq. i.rds c:e presented to Mrs. Rae Feinstein. Btident of Shaloma Group of Hadassah. to Mciita Shklair, Harry Feldman and L'.g Froit. volunteer workers, for placement clearer:a of JNF Blue Boxes, as well as .rs. .o Simensky. winner of the Blue Aw:.. :n Greater Miami. Also appearon the :.-ogram wes Mrs. Marion Specr. accompanied at the piano by Aida Yaslo. Standinq (left to right) are Irving Frost. Johan L. Berman, vice president of '.he JNF Council of Greater Miami, Sam Schachno, financial secretary, Samuel E'man. Harry Feldman, and Benjamin Appel, treasurer. Saated (left to right) are Malka Shaklaei C^ rove MISS tSTEllt POLAK Brandeis Women In Board Meeting Agenda of the Miami Beach Chap ler. Brandeis University National Women's Committee, board meeting to be 'ield on Thursday, to a.m., Apr. 22. at the Lido Spa will include plans for the annual spring lunchcan. Mrs. Aaron Farr will be installing officer at the event scheduled Sunshine Chapter. B'nail B'rith { !" Apr. 30. according to Mrs. ArWomen, held its sixth donor lunch%  thur Jurkowit* president-elect Sunshine Chapter Donor Luncheon At The Americana Continued from Page 1-B ocii : ii the foremost fi %  rs ii \ .-•,. 5 Chil v Hi was to ii'ist a h ih fn embers ot the Variv. i Committee on | %  ng at the Seacoast irspersed with the ..: gaj i i chat were tO l>.' • scri 'Iks on launching a aign to attract new workers .. %  h... i 'lid plans tor the ki al in tall lion to be held in social brunch is COl scries of "tiffins" Women's Comee a> -.rate to the British ...\ iriety. which also .ii 1 nldren's hospitals, >.diii %  earch centers 1 finding Israel "a with M much to already been to A\r Jerusalem, with nexi 'i> on her itincr| CM cruise to Jamaica the u. i i Islands for the i rd ..mail. (Tcrri), <>< Da>l Rd. ... ir 50l.1i wedding Wednes i Mr. Mi Bfros v. re feted isted by their "' %  •' %  Crystal House in Fo i Ij oi Mt Hon. \ • [r Efros, .. retired %  i ife came to Miago, and live at H' Wi The; have two DVEH INGS ALIX OF MIAMI 27 03 Nr, 5th Avenue daughters, Beverly Levy, of Miami Shores, and Elaine Isaacnran, ii Wet Held. N.J., seven grandchildren and one great-grand-son. • Miami Beech residents for the past ten years, Rabbi and Mrs. Human M. Cohen, now call Tucscn, Ariz., homv and are living at 1501 Miracle Mile there ... A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary and rahbi emirtus of Temple of Aai m Congregation. St. Paul. Minn., Rabbi Cohen trequently graced the pulpits cf Conservative congregations during his years in this area. If Sylvia (Mrs. Irving) Kaplan is emotionally ~p;-nt these days, she is hardly to be Warned First there was the excitement f a visit from daughter B"th and Granddaughter Erica Lynne. all of l'a years old. who had lett daddy, Dr. Steward Wald. back in Seattle, Wash., tor a few weeks 'Wun the group left for Nev. York, stopping to pick up daughter. Laura, a freshman at George Washington University ... A Bar Mii/v.ih and big family reunion in Gotham Town included third i aughter Bonnie, now working for Bantam Publishing Co. An early gn du.iic of Sophie Newtomb in New Orleans. Bonnie spent her junior year at the I'm veraity "i Lond( n ... A da] or so after returning homo, to Kaplan family tt wived the news thai Bonnie had been elected to Phi Beta Kappa That same daj Sylvia, attending the Great Society Beth Sholom hincheon at the Dorrl. was cqmpjetel.v overwhelmed to find herself honored as "I e woman who has IK en "f outstnn ling service to the communilj nd (he congregation." MarceUe and Donald Kaplan returned la:t week fio:n San Francis--o where t h e y ..ttended an Associated General C .ntractors' Convention Pre-eonvention stop r.iade in Las Vegas, pos:gathcing time spent with friends in Los Angeles and then San Diego, with Do'iala making a sidetrip to Mammoth tor winter skiing, a new and recent accomplishment foi tne Flori 'i-.:n. con at the Americana Hotel on Mar. 30. Chairing the affair were Mrs. Jack D. Goldberg and Mrs. Milton Weinherg. Mrs. Florence Bernstein is president. Keynote speaker was Judge Milton Friedman, with entertainment offered by V'al Martone. singer, accompanied by Wally Hankin. and Fddie Schaelfer. comedian. Hostesses for the day were Me*dames Irving Kramer. Nat Banks. Joseph Gallane. Henry Henann. Charles MiLstein, Harry Ross. Albeit Levin. Joseph Samuels. Thomas Friedman, Morris BernIt Was a gala 80th birth lay parstein. Jack Dresner, Samuel Bredt. 1y f..aosepli Sugaman at the Frank Burg. Moms Wilson, HerDiLidn Hotel tendered by his man Klein. Leon Keller. Aaron daughters and snn-in-law, Mr. and Freed. Arnold Rothenberg. Mrs Milton ( Miriam i Sirkin and Mr and Mrs. Leonard (Shirley) Groh .. Mis. Sugarman -iocelebrated ;. birthday this week, making it a doubly festive occasion Gi.ts inelu led Dr. and Mrs. Nelson ZivitZ, M and Mrs. Harry Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sir kin and Mr. ;ni Mrs. Edward Sirkin Grandchildren present at the cocktail reception and dinner were Mr. and Mw. Josh SirFollowing the board meeting, members of 'he board will be guests at lunch h isted by Mrs. Sam Goldman, chapter president, and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, national vice president. kin, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rosen, Jankc Groh and Gary Gioii Nieces ami nephews of the Sngarnans on hand were Mr. pnd Mrs. Br.rney Kraus, Mrs. Sophie Gather nd Mrs. Molly Kaufman Friends who took pan in the DiLido affair 'ere Mr. and Mis. Joseph Albert and Mrs. Effie Platotf. 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Jage 1C-B +Je#tsi>n*rMian Frl( *ay. April 46 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Debbie, wife of Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. was a quiet. una asumta sj cWM, growing up In MabMiey City, Pa. Every time MSB sot up to speak she had butterflies little dreaming that the butterflies would fly away, and that she would become a most able speaker, fundaiser and book reviewer, give lead. I ship courses and. in fact, be able %  > speak at the drop of a hat. Not icr own hat—making hats is one of er hobbies—and she has a different me for each dress. Even though her arents were in business, the Fried ome was an intensely Orthodox one. •Mikdash M'aat." a miniature anctuary where rabbis and scholars .ere always welcome. This background enabled her to I it into the role of a rabbi's wife. USt before the wedxling. when Deby grew suddenly fearful that she .night not really make a eood RabDfSB.'F bis wife, her mother save her some sound advice, on which she has since patterned her life: 'Learn from your husband, never take advantage of your on, practice kindness and above all never, never, hurt anyone Debbie's life as a rabbi s wife ha< been rich ami colrrlu! She has gained wisdom and experience to enrich her wji life in the various communities in which they have In Tampa, she HTM active in the National Woman's -ident of the Southeast Branch and continuing as a national vice president. Her two 1 wes have always been Judaism and Zionism Thirty-throe active yean in Hadassah. and Debbie shows no signs of letting up. i.n years ago, they moved to Miami Beach Rabbi Wemick wanted to retire, but he was called back to the pulpit and is now with Tifereth Israel Wanting to find out if her parents business sense had been imbued in her and needing a change of pace, as a lark. Debbie went into business: She has a dress shop in the Crown Hotel. She has a fine time buying the kind if clothes that she herself would wear, and greeting the same customers as friends year after year. But when she leaves the shop, she puts on the mantle of wife, mother, grandmother, and clubwoman all rolled into one. The Wernicks have one son. Dr Gerald I. Wemick, his wife Vi. and three grandchildren. Barbara. Sharon and sixmonth-old Jeffrey Scott Debbie loves to bake for the holidays, making paper-thin strudel from a recipe of her mother-in-law Active in all aspects of Hadassah work and Juda ism. Debbre find* that programming encompasses ail the things she likes to do best, expressing herself in her original installations Her narrative form book reviews of the Bible are much in demand. She tries to be both friend and guide, delighting in the empathy she has with people. The Sabbath for Debbie is a thing of beauty and rest, no phone calls disturb the holy day. Debbie has never had am aspirations for great wealth or position. Ever since she was in Yotmc Judea as a chdd. she has sincerely believed that you must give of yourself. and she has. The old adaee. •Who is happy' He who is satisfied with his lot." applies in every detaii to Debbie Wernick. wife of Rabbi Henry B. Wtaick You are cordially invited U visit the new showrooms of MILDRED HULL INTERIORS r !" Hr Woi l*k —<—Jl M Pikfwo Imoi, UnlUiH FWrifc.Ti •• %  I 25* %  Nuptials Here Unite Miss Lynn Simon And Joseph Alter in Evening Affair The Louis Phillipe Room of the I': ni.iinebliMu Hotel was the ting f r .he nuptials uniting the former Lynn SHltOU and Joseph Alter on Saturda) evening, Apr. 10. Dr. Eisenblatt, Landa Exchange Vows The Imperial House was the set ting for the nuptials uniting Steph anie Landa and Barry Eisenblatt m Saturday, Apr. 10. Conduct ed by Rabbi Max Lipschitz. the late evening ceremony was followed by a reception. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Landa. 1930 NE 187th Dr.. the Wide was attended by Marilyn Rotoiok and Laurie Landa. Best man to the bridegdoom was Martin Rolnick Following a trip to Nassau. Mr Eisenblatt and his bride will live in No. Miami Beach. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. performed the 7:30 p.m. ceremony, which WSn followed by a reception. The bride is the daughter Of Mi and Mrs. Philip E Simon. 6350 AlUBH Island Mr Simon is president of the Bank of Miami Bea< h The !,iirlcgro:.m is the son of MrSylvia Alter. 5415 Collins Ave Attending the couple were Bonnie 9 mon. the bride's sister, and Edwin Alter, the bridegroom's brother. New Mrs Alter is a graduate if Harcum Junior College, Bym Mawr. i a where she majored in lashion (iesign and oil painting. Mr Alter, a business administration major, attended the Cniversity of Miami and University of California at LO* Angeles FoHowtn? a tour of Mexico, the newlyweds will live at 1900 Sans Souci Blvd. 1 km M9S. m AVrnt-r-Kalin %  Awrr mmmucn Linda Mandel To Wed Dentist Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mandel. 1921 SW 18th Ave., announce the engagemen: tf their daughter. Lin nm rurw. ^ t • > • • COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET jNgittM TiODtSM RfM^fW — SPANISH Sfcieh 'a hn in Bar Mftrvah ft rf tiding Mifafrns Union Sh. Parness Press 437 S.W. 1 71* AVMMM, Mart Ft 9-8535 --"


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Lay. April 16, 1965 +Je*lstncridiaiti Paqe 11-5 harm in uours, %  HE annual dinner meeting ol the YM-YWHA of Greater Mibni was held Sunday evening in he Y newly acquired central lilding, the former Westbrooke ountn Club. Cocktails preceded linner! and chairman lor the Cening was Samuel Seitlin, whose dose a lloor-length sheath of tad; chiffon which waa heavily nbroidered with j'l sequins. LnsUlled as new president was Kml Faske, with Mrs. Faske [earing a black silk gown which (e a t u r e d a s 1 e e v e 1 e a s ncarh with a ba t e au neckline. A ei;.f silk shantung cocktail enable was chosen by .Mrs. Walter mmwell. He silk crepe blouse %  Mured Ihe high cowled neckline. |i.v Ed Strawgate's Goya red cade gow n was ironi Hong lonu. and featured an Oriental ped.il!i"ii pattern. %  |RS. Herschel Etosenthal, whose husband is immediate past stdent ol Ihe "Y" and now Merarj president, selected a or-length gown of aquamarine o>crepe Her bateau neckline Ippcd in tile back to a low cowl thiili ended in a deep V. White \-~ ttio color choice Of Mrs. I la< bson. Her satin fullI leath skirl waa topped fih a beaded overblouae in sepias and bugle bead fringe. Mrs. Inuinuel I'II.'ikm's black ctooney %  > piece costume had a oiled emerald green satin belt, nri a matching green satin theni Mrs, Leonard Luria'a Mute -ilk crepe gown featured B ladiiied baiter neckline with a bw scooped cow I. IA turquoise silk floor-length i worn bj Kirs. Richard Hckman. Beneath her kneeBgth Humsheath was a flared (umpet flounce which zips off create a Btreet-length dress. pr-. Gerald Schwartz was in iridescent sequins and satin-in.. bugle beads. Mrs. Norton Pallot's white silk Alpaca formal featured a softly tailored matching jacket and pink beading on tne bodice. |u|RS. Herbert Baumgard seMary Ellen Satin, Robert Schwab Married in Philly An afternoon wedding on Sunday, Apr. 11, united Mary Ellen Satin and Dr. Robert H. Schwab. Held in Har Zion Temple, Philadelphia, Pa., the ceremony was performed by Kabbi David Goldstein and Cantor Isaac Wall. A reception at the Presidential followed. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. : Anne Satin Miami Beach, and the late Seymour Satin. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Fannie Sihwab, of Philadelphia, and the l>a:e Joseph Sihwab. Given in marriage by her uncle, i Alfred Zickerman. of New York City, the bride chose an empire style gown of Italian silk trimmed with embroidered alencon lace. The alencon lace veil was arranged as a mantilla, ami she carried an lflcted ice pink satin for the arrangement of white roses and evening. A jeweled shell bodice stcphanotis. topped her flaor-length sheath. Attendants included Marcia SatAn unusual print was seen in the j n maid of honor, and Wendy Satin. | gown ohoaeu by Mrs. Leon Kapsisters of the bride, and Ann Kor lan. Red, olive, gold, and a touch of black w< re in the striking block print linen, and her bateau neckline dipped lo a decollete back. Shocking pink chiffon, with the classic full skirt and softened neckline was worn by Mrs. Milton Balsam. Mrs. Sidney Leloourt'a porcelain blue silk shantung cocktail ensemble featured baroque pearls and blue chalk beads On her bodice. Mrs Rogei (Irani made her black boucle knit gown, and trimmed it with a desert gold mink portrait collar. Hi Ige brocade was worn by Mrs. Sam Helman. Her sheath .-kin had a matching lull-length coat and her beige satin overblousc was trimmed with a soft bow at (he neckline. Mrs. Ben Essen black sequin cocktail dress featured rows of jet caviar fringe. Shocking pink chiffon with a peau de soie pouf and harem pannier t:> the floor were the choice of Mrs. Ja.k Ka'.znun. F 1 o r a 1 petals trimmed the sec oped neckline OB the while silk crepe blouse worn by Mrs. A. Budd t ntlcr. Her skirt was in black peau de soie. Pink and blue floral wreaths <::i a champagne colored gown created the brocade pattern worn by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs Jack Schenkman's white silk alpaca coat was lined in the red silk puppy print which was seen in her sheath. Her coat featured a welted yolk and bracelet-length sleeves. Weinbergs Will Live in Chicago After Honeymoon The former Rosalie N. Zuckerm; became the bride of Harvey Wcinberg on Sunday, Apr. 11, IDoral Beach Hotel. uh Mrs. Stanley Myers. r>s Phil Hcvitz's black silk ektail e n s e m b 1 e featured a Three local poets will read from their work on Wednesday evening at the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch of the Miami Public Library. They are Lisa Antonova Feinman. Phyllis ige silk alpaca blouse. 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Page 12-B + k*istncridH&n Frid cy. Apii Greater Miami T Installs Paul Faske; Fund Drive Launched for $2.5 Million VV. in.r-Kalin MISS SANDRA MtlTH* Miss Meltzer Will Marry Law Student Mr and Mrs Eli L Moltzcr. 535 Hcth St are announcing the enga -omont of their daughter. Sandra Dale, to Leslie Gerald Pclletz. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Rose G. Pellet i. 1415 16th St.. Worcester. Mass.. and the late Albert S. Pelletz. A graduate of Miami Beach High, the bride-elect will receive an Associate Bachelor of Science degree from Dade County Junior College at the end of April. Her fiance is also a graduate of Miami Beach iligh. and will receive a degree treni Dade County Junior Coilege at the same commencement fxercises. He will then enter University oi Miami Law School. The betrothed couple will be hon rcd at ti cocktail reception on Sunday evening at the Delano Hotel Paul Ka>ke was installed as president of the YM-WHA at trie organization's annual meeting Sunday night in its new central facility at 8500 SW 8th St. Installing officer was Sidney Lefcourt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Faske succeeds Hersthcl RosenIthaJ, who was presented with a i plaque. Also receiving a citation for thirteen years of service was Ephraim Gale, executive director. Stanley C. Myers, former president of Federation and of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, served as toa>tmas. ter of the evening. Sam Seitlin was dinner chairman. The dinner alto served as the kickoff for a $2.5 million capital expansion fund campaign for expanded YM and WHA facilities in North Dade and on Miami Beach. The campaign was launched with the announcement of an opening gift by Sidney Langer, of Miami. Langer presented the "Y" with property valued at $75,000. Rabbi Herbert S. Baunigard. pies ident of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and spiritual leader of Temple Belli Am. offered the invocation at the kosher-catered dinner. Rabbi Samuel April, of Sheila Reff To be Married Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Reft. 3330 SW 16th Ln., announce the engage ment of their daughter, s"*ieila Madeline, to Robert Adelman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adelman. Brooklyn. NY. Mr. Adelman is attending Graduaie School at the University of Alabama. His future bride i* attending the University of Alabama. A Sept. 5 wedding is planned. TO ALL WE SAY A HAPPY PASSOVER STAN FALKE VYisrung You All A Very Happy Passover Holiday FIRESIDE STUDIO 1699 N.E. 123rd STREET North Miami, Florida 33161 Tel. 754-6143 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS TED'S ESSO CENTER GAS OIL QUALITY PRODUCTS SERVICE 1970S tiscayne Blvd. Ph. 947-9506 HAPPY PASSOVER from AUTOMATIC GAS SY REESE 13O90N.W 7th Ave MU 1-4638 TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER TROPICAL AUTO TRIM SHOP AUTO TRIM SHOP OUAliTY MERCHANDISE REASONABLE PRICES 1110 East 25th St., Hialeah Ph. 696-1961 Holiday Greetings to All B'NAI B'RITH AZA Miami 322 PAUL fASKE Temple Or Olom. gave the bene diction. Other officers installed by LefCOUIt were Hersehel Rosent'ial. honorary president: Marshall S. Harris, vice president; William S. Ruben, vice president; Sam Seitlin. vice president; Norton Pallot, trea surer; Milton Balsam, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Jack Katzman, recording secretary; Michael H. Salmon, corresponding secretary; Dr. Philip Samet. financial secretary. New directors, elected for a twoyear term, are: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. James Breslow. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Joseph Fineberg, David B. Kieeman, Eugene K. Garfield, Seymour Gelber. Marvin H. Gilinian. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Eugene B. Katz, Jack KaUman. Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mrs. Ben Ka/.er. Sidney Langer. Joseph M. Lipton, Harry Mizr&ch, Herbert G. Paige, Donald Reiff. Michael H. Salmon, Dr. Philip Samet. Jack S,honkman, Sam Seitlin, Milton Sirkin. Stewart L. Sunness. Louis 6. Weehsler, Irving Wexlcr, Martin Woolen. Board members for another year are Mrs. Richard Mner. Milton Bs>l. ssm, Richard Brickman, A. Budd Cutler. Irwin Christie, Irving Denmark. Leon A. Eps ein, Paul Faske. Mrs Dorothy K. Fink. Ben Giller. Mrs. Louis Gla&ser. Mrs. Samuel, Gordon. Marshall S Harris. Sam J. Hciinan, Mi's. Solomon Kann, Leon Kaplan. Morris Levitt, Leonard Luria. Stanley C. Myers, Norton Pallot. Leonard Rosen. Hersehel Rosenthal. William S. Ruben, John Serbin, Fred K. Shochet. Isidore B. Simkowitz. Mrs, George A. Simon. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Carl Weinkle. Mis. Carl Weinkle. Gordon Speaks at Cocoa Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savincs and Loan Assn.. was key speaker at a Sunday evening dinner at the Ramada Inn in Cocoa, Fla., which formally initiated its United Jewish Appeal campaign. His topic was The 1965 UJA Story." D. Jerry Sail is vice president in charge oi business development at the Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach. He was formerly assistant vice president and manager oi t h e Normandy Isle Branch oi Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association oi Miami Beach. ^4 ^Mappxf *„J sJ{ t JtL f^assover v/tci'i, 9 HOTEL On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, cabana, yacht and golf club Rv George E. 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-fl 16, 1965 kident If isfibein to Install Dr. Marvin Meitus of Heart Association Apr. 23 Dr. Morris Fishbein, president of the Chicago Heart Association ami former president of the American Medical Association, will be keynote speaker and installation cflicer at the 17th annual dinner meeting of the Heart Association of Greater Miami on Friday evening, Apr. 23. in the Playhouse of Miami Springs Villas. Dr. Fishbein, who is also an internatior.ally-known speaker and former editor of the .Medical News. will install Dr. Marvin L. Meitus. of Miami Beach, as president of the Heart Association of Greater Miami for 1965-66. Other officers to be installed are presidentelect. Dr Fran z Stewart: vue presidents, HaMJPFriedntan', Dr. Hugh R. (Ulmorc. and Dr, Nancy Noble; secretary, Mrs, Chester "Dena" Letter; and treasurer, J Vincent O'Neill +Jewlsti Fhridlian Page 13-B j. AUMN MCITUS irmarnage led on Radio is< hitz, chairman i Jev ish Af Florida Council \ .' %  Con ress, and ui Congregation inces th;it this ii Ihe "Agenda iei Ii slate l iiir Station W'MIK. ission on interenti led "Wha< [ tei i iage," will feature cipant." Kabbi David Max dii lor HI tic-Id operathe i ommission on .Jewish ICJ ol the National Jewish Prof. Eric Rosen Queen J College, author of kfrehensive study of inter be app iring in the 1963 jean Jewish Year Book; and • hatz, director of the Comon Jev i-h Affairs of the pan .!<• iv ish Congress. F' O' %  -lives as moderaAwards will be presented to a number of outstanding citizens by Dr. Edward W. St. Mary, outgoing president, for appreciation in recognition of distinguished service and leadership in the fight against heart disease during the February, 1965 Heart Fund Drive. Among lihoss who will receive awards are Michael u. O'Neill, who served as chairman of the board in 1964-tia HI the Heart Association; Louis Wolf son, II, who was chairman ol Hi" 1965 Heart Fun I CamI aign; Mrs Chester •Den..' Leiti r, 1965 Heart Sunday chairman; Thomas Kelly, who was New Income Development chairman; and Sam Rabin, chairman of the business drive. Dov Chapter Passover Party Traditional refreshments will be served at the Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women's Organization of AmTica Passover party on Wednesday at 1 p.m. To be held at the home of Pies ident Mrs. Louis Tokayer. proceeds from the affair will go to children in Israel. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS TUBE O MATIC COMPANY Distributor of PNEUMATIC TUBE SYSTEMS 12225 N.E. 13th COURT Ph. 759-9151 TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER UNIVERSAL IMPORT CORPORATION IMPORTERS 1014 East 29th Street, Hialeah Ph. 691-0251 HAPPY PASSOVER R CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS : THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY CHARLES R. REEVES Owner HARRIS SHOtS) CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR For The Family 838 WASHINGTON AVENUE Wa !" Beach p !" tpir. 538-8589 SHERRY LINCOLN RESTAURANT PHIL SHDCN and STAff 1657 MERIDIAN AVENUE Extend Passover Greetings to All At GHMORl National Airlines Names Gilmore Advertising Exec AI Gilmore has been named general manager of advertising lor National Airlines, it was announced by J Dan Brock, National's vice presidenl tor traffic and sales lie will assume Ins new position at Nation il's genei ;il offices in Miami on Monday. For the past eight years, Gilmore has been account executive working on National's advertising with various agencies. He leaves Kenyon and Eckhardt, the agency which handles the airline's account. Gilmcre's association with National began in Ihe late I940's. Then, while attending the University of Miami, be worked in crew scheduling, ticket operations and flight control. In February, 1951, Gilmore received his Bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Miami with a major in marketing and a minor in government. Gilmore is married to the former June Long, of Philadelphia, who was with XAL in Jacksonville as a stewardess supervisor. The Gilmores have two sons and make their he me in Miami. Mayor Snyder Runs on Record North Miami Beach Mayor Arthur 1. Snyder is running for reelec! tion in the upcoming campaign. Mayor Snyder says that his lead' ership "has reduced taxes while j providing North Miami Beach with ithe finest residential street-light 1 ing in Dade County, the eeCabUsfa! ment of the North Miami Beach as a cultural center, a community school program at John F. Kennedy Junior High, and repaved and reconditioned streets." The candidate also points to his efforts "in behalf of planned recreational programs, an across-theboard increase In wages for city employees and establishment of our city's first Youth Council." Mayor Snyder is vice president of the Dade County Council of Mayors, vice president of the Dade County League of Municipalities, Florida League of Municipalities, member of the National Legislation and Roads and Highway Committees. lie was eo-cha'rman of United Fund in 19>4, former municipal judge of North Miami Beach tor seven years, former presidenl of the Florida State Municipal Judges Association and former Attorney General of the State of Florida. Mayor Snyder is a three time past president of Beth Torah Congregation and a member of the Jewish War Velerans. He lives with his wife. Helen, and five children. Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Memorial meeting in reniom hranee of the martyrs of the War saw C h e 11 o. sponsored by the Workmen's Circle. Branch 1064. of North Miami Beach, will be held on Sunday evening, Apr. 25. 7 p.m. In the Auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and i oan Association, 899 NE 167th St., N. 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rage 14-B +Jf**istifk>rXftor Greater Miami to Mark Anniversary Of Israel at Mass Rally Here May 6 ter Miami's Jewish eommunC with a mass rally at the Miami will celebrate the I7th anniReach Municipal Audit irium. %  rsary of the Indepenornce of Annouiucnunt of the county-wide State of I-rael the nii>ht of May meeting, which will be free and Baking Shmuroh Matzohs at the A. Goodman and Sons, Inc., slant of Long Island City, New York. The process is under the guidance o: Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and Rabbi Alter Silver-nan, shown demonstrating to *heir Orthodox colleagues the .lashruth control process at Goodman and Sons. The process oegins with the pouring of the specially-kept water. Then folows the rolling, cutting and baking of the Shmuioh Matzohs. Quests were hosted by Erich Cohn, president, and M. Mel Goloert, vice president of the company. Mechanical Contractors Cooling and Heating S AND s AIR CONDITIONING CO. MO 7-3624 SANDY SUSMAN Fres dent 5841 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida PASSOVER CHEER TO ALL MY FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS BILL MARCUS E. McBRIDE, LIQUORS 734 N.E. 125th Street North Miami PI 7-N*& TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS OF MIAMI, INC. "Photo Copy Machines of All Types" 1930 N.E. 151st STREET Ph. 945-8721 TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER AL and RIGGIE LEVENSON FLORIDA WHOLESALE DRY GOODS INC 333 N.W. 1st COURT Ph. 373-0619 HOLIDAY GREETINGS ACME INNDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL 500 T E. 10th COURT HI ALE AH Ph. 681-4371 I open to tli* public, was made by • Manuel Burstein. president of the sponsoring Zionist Council of .-.HI ;ii Florida. The Miami Beach rally, which will have no fund-rapine or solicitation for any organization. mil launch a s.ries ol community-wide observances of Israel'.17th biriV day thnaiiihout the United Stat.s under the auspices of the American Zionisl Council. Alfhoogh there will be no reserved seats for rbe effort-, tickets will be available to members of ell member organizations of the Zionist Council of South Florida, according to Bur nett Roth and Gerald Schvrortx, honorary presidents of the organization. Member organizationinclude he Miami. Miami Beach, Holly.. i and Kurt Lauclerdale Chap UTS .•! Hadassah, all Hade and Broward districts ol the Zionisl m^.ition of Anvrica. the var i< us Pioneer Women. Lai>or Zionist, Farband and Poale Zn-n branc.iei units, and the Religion.Zionponsored community • V.IHI 1 celebration of Israel'II and 15CTJ nniver.-ai ies. and Burstein -aid the May t; meeting is expected to at trad I capacity attendance el :'• MO persons A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALI FROM Til*: SKVBOI.ll III II |H\<, 36 N.E. 1st Street • Miami, Florida Air-Coftd/tfcned • Heated OFfICi SPACE AVAIWBU BEST CENTRAL lOCATlW, Camp Highlander Accent on Youth Located high in the mountains of North Carolina. Camp Highlander is surrounded by 10.000 acres of National forest. Larry Pedicord is in charge of the camp's three programs: daycamp, which will average about 300 children a week; Camp Highlander. w*iioh accommodates 60 girls and 60 boys: and Camp Pine Crest at i Birch State Park, limited to 52 campers. The programs are child-oriented and chi Id-centered, aimed at helping children to grow in spirit of cooperation as their recreational skills develop. — S.T. Kosher Zion Food For Passover By Special Report Kosher Zion Sausage Company of Chicago manufactures 100 percent pure boef products, which will assure a happy Passorer. Local delicatessens and super markets now have available a fuH line of Kosher Zion foods marked "Kofher for Passover." These include frankfurters, pas-' trami peppered beef, liver sausage, corned beef, knockwurst. sa, latni, bologna, among others. Kosher Zion is recognized "as America's N"o. 1 manufacturer of pure beef delicatessen products." according to the firm. Government inspection and strict Orthodox rabbinical supervision assure you that Kosher Zion products are Kosher for Passover — ST. Pepsi Kosher For Passover Pepsi-Cola and Diet-Pepsi are Kosher for Passover, as certified by Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. Distinguishing the Kcsher Pepsi and Diet-Pepsi is a Star of David on the bottie cap. Announcement of the bottling of the Kosher for Passover popular soft drinks was made by PepsiCola Bottlers of Miami, of which Herbert Paige is vice president and general manager. The local firm is a subsidiary of American Beverage Corp., headed by N. H. Darsfcy, of Miami Beach, chairman of the board, and Julius Dnrsky, Akron. O., president. Rabhi Stern in Sermon Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. 1532 Washington Ave., will dedicate a sermon on Sunday, 10:30 a.m.. to the memory of the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto nui.iuuu IM 1>UUUU BOUVU. I CAU ffe/f&f Management Compony / REALTORS FR 1-3592 — 234 Biscoyne Blvd. — Miami Fla. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREET 1 .3< FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven 129 NE 79th Street Telephone PL 1861J Holiday Greetings CONCORD CAFETERIA 1921 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Phone JE 4-4883 PASSOVER GREETINGS Bfscayne Chemical I Industries Inc. INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS • LAUNDRY • DRY CLEANING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS %  ft. SERVING if •AM COUNTY • HOWARD • MONROE • IE! MARTIN • SAINT LOCK • PALM BEACH • (NOUN tlVEt 200 N.E. 1th St., Miami 32, Fla. FR. 7-1421 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Entire Jewish Community DIANA SHOPS DOWNTOWN MIAMI 3 East Flagler Stree* F* 1-3405 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY SUPERIOR GAS CORP. OF MIAMI 2850 S.W. 71st AVE. Call: 665-1421 Season's Greetings from the Salons of Lillie Rubin and Miss Georgette Fun Fair Restaurants 1025 70th STREET CAUSEWAY Nor* "*Y J*J open 24 Hours a Day UN *** PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL



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L April 16, 1965 +Jenisli fhridTiar? Pag 15-"! LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE [ft to right are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, reqional chairman [the Jewish National Fund; William Bornstein, first vice present of the Greater Miami JNF Council; Max Bressler, national JF president; and Zev W. Kogan, vice chairman of the local luncil. Leon J. Ell. president of the council, is not shown. IF President iys Tickets Concert Here |\Ve arc depending on American to help us make Israel's |en secure," -aid Max Brespresident of the Jewish NaFund of America, on a visit leal Jewish National Fund headier* ;it 420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami ch. easier said that although he taking .i vacation. "I came in kirchase ticke lor the iorth|in$: Spring Festival Concert at Beach Auditorium on essler said "it is urgent that everywhere support the \i-\\ National Fund. For it is : Fund that provides the land Industrial buildings, roads and ns. without which there would Israel." ate, city and county dignitaries i all walk.of life are expectco blend the concert, an annual ptol the .Jewish National Fund. Dade Chamber Installation Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual installation dinner Apr. 22 at Miami Springs Villas with Fred H. Billups. president of Tropical Gas, to be installed as president for the coming year. Floyd D. Hall, president of Eastern Air Lines, will be the main speaker. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66482 IN III-:: Estate nf PAI i. INS: ROIIINSON I a i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ..ii.l Ml I', i ...I,. Having %  'lulim ur i '• nmnita Again* '• • IH-'I fli .1 mill rean: claims and ite ma in In hich > • 'i ma; hii i %  imalnsi 1 PAI'LINR ROBINSON lew used In t >. ,,i i j,-, i %  ']., ;,!:, to lh< "ouiitj Judge* of I Mil,i 'oun%  ill •! II,li. %  :,:• %  .111,1 In Seel Ion 7::.: 16, Florida • ii ihi i iii,. Count> Courthouse in i tade Count*. rim thin %  \ alendar month* from ne "i I he iim |>uhlli ntlnn hereof, or the same u ill lie harr< il Mat. ,1 in Miami, Kim Idi this h ilnj "i April, \l >. 1965. BA III II Rl 11'.IN Si I.\ As Executor Fh -1 iiublieatlun of ihix notli i nn ihe lilih ,liiv of Ipril, 1965. IRVINM I'VI'KX I.AW • il iIf EH lt> : Dnvld M. Ktolar \ttorm \ for Exi, in.,iTi 532-4721 S25 Arthur Indfre) Road Miami l leach, l-'in. 33140 i 16-23-30, ". : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN CHANCERY NO 6BC3683 Iti IS.\I.INI i A Bill ITT, rialntiff. -VBKl'lT Kt)R DIVORCE ALAN kBHOTT, hefi ndnnl \:, \\ A I IHI ITT, 2076 Creston \\ %  nui Ilrun %  New Vork, % %  %  he! %  hy II itlfli i ili.it II Complaint foi -livorci has been filed ngainsl you, and you are i e|Ulri 'I lo nerve n ropy ol your Answer or lli n Ihe IH ini I'M iln Phi lut ill's .tiii-II%  HAROLD Sll \ I>|lt< I. 927 Lincoln Ri -in. Mil ml lit aeli, hlorida I ii %  ii Iginal Answer or Pleaillng In the off I the ("lei k of th< C Court, on ur In fore May 10, 1965. II yotl full in do -II. Judgement h> .1. finili \v ll in taki ii ngainsl you for lief demanded in the < 'on 11 \l"l-;i> HI Miami, Klorida, this Stli daj i.r April, 1963 E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA (Seat) BY I. RNEEDEN I Ii l.iii i '1. i k 1/9-16-23-3" jlfstream Winds Season Here excellent program featuring |nations top handicap stars and pe*y crop of two-year-olds is duled for the final full week of n at Gulfslream Park. Ko.OOO-added Pan American cap at a mile and a half on i [turf will be contested Saturday i such standouts as Cedar Key. dy Spots, Hot Dust and Tornado By settle the issue. Iturday's program will almost 1 Florida Derby Day in sidelight actions. Honoring Pan AmeriI Day will be a colorful display he flagol the 21 nations in the eld and on hand will be the dip* Itic representatives of the Pan | countrii s, nee the City of Miami is staga similar celebration, many W and Dade-Metro officialswill be in attendance. Satv ill be the track's anil Shrine Day, with the famous Fhing bands and drill teams lidbuj llaj long entertainment. -ST. >etry Festival (ears Notables aramoreRader Poetry Group a poetry Festival of 1965 on pnesday evening at Miami MuPPal Auditorium. finning poems were read by a Pel of noted community leaders, luding the following: Ne Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami por Robert King High. Miami h Ma yr Melvin Richard, Thompson, FT. Patrick C pi. Rev. Richard Blanchard, P. 01 Herbert Baumgard. Joseph fjander, Ralph Reniek, Ray |lso Philip Ji. Bottfeld, Samuel Fer. Judge Harold Spaet ViviILaramore. Mrs. Inez Krensky, P n Mot, Mrs. Sydney Pntraub, Mrs. Albert Pick, SisRobert Louise, Vir^fnia P er and Jordan Davidson, P !" an of the fesUval. Mother of Rabbi Shapiro Passes Away at Age 82 Sophie Shapiro, wife of Rabbi Kalmen Shapiro, supervisor of dietary laws at Mt. Sinai Hospital, died Apr. 10 in her home, 725 14th PL, at the age of 82. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth Kodesh Congregation, Benjamin Shapiro of Brooklyn, and Martin Shapiro of Long Island. N.Y.; three daughters. Mrs. Faye Gruber and Mrs. Yetta Gordon, of New York City, Mrs. Helen Isaacson, of Manila, Philippines; two brothers. Sam and Max Estersan. of Brooklyn; three sisters, Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Minnie Schaner, of Toledo, O., Eva Estersan, of Brooklyn; grandchildren and great-grndchildren. Sen-ices were held Apr. 11 at Gordon Funeral Home, with further service and interment in Brooklyn. • • • GELTZER JULES, 6:'. of 7S81 s\v 13th St.. died Apr. 11. while visiting In Philadelphia, Pa., where he lived prior to coming to Miami 12 yuan afro. A real estate broker, he was ii member of the Miami Beach Hoard of Realtor* and belonged in B'nal B'rlth. Surviving? are liis wife Eva; two sons, Dr. Hemard licltser, Norman II. Oeltaer, Miami; a brother, Josi oh (Settlor nf Philadelphia, ii inil.-hilih, n. Services were In-lit Apr ii at Oordon riniwal Home. 9 ij LIEBERMAN. flora, 7-1, of ".::•! 14th Si a. il Mar, It. • % %  ill"" METZ. Mrs. Annie Sbur'n. 83, nf •'.St.. died Mmti Ithi islili SERES. Sam, % %  Kui Hit Ave died Mar. 23 lliv. r-i-lLEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4003 Till: Wll.i.l VMKIII'RilH SAVI.VtiS BANK, I'lulntlff, it u\. ,1 ill. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65 C 4067 IX UK: AIM ll'TU IN i IF MARIA TRIXA BRKEDMIVE, A Minor. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: i-vri. I). I:I:I:I-:I.I.II\-|-:, HmS II fi S i-i. i-i nn. iili Mar. isi Mar. BrlK. • n K I 'i i Sn n Iiiuii-i-i-.i. Calif 118801 HO.MI: AMI 'i:i:ss: 1771 M) rii A\ enue i"> preM, i '.-iliioi'iiiu V'M' ARK HKRKBY NOTIFIKD thai ;i Petition baa been filed in tin above styled oourl bj Mai-garotte Spanajler liHSUoti iiml JiiHeph V. Uagliotl for the iitbiptlon i.r Maria Trlna Breedlove, ,i minor, ami >nii are re-nulrvd lo -I-I>. .i .-..|i\ ..I ii.iii Answer inobjections t,, snow raii.ir why said Petition -iiinilil in.i he granted, he attorm ) for I viiiii.ii.rs. l,i:ii.\"AIili •;. KilKRT, .r Myers, II. iin. HI \KHplan, MM s \v isi Street, Miami, Florida, and file the ri-jiniil in ill, office of (he Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62532-B IN RK: Ksti r CHARI.KS A I:I.I.I:I:V, • Deceased. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS •To All I'll illtors :nnl All Person-. Ilav! Imi I'liiiiininDemands. Agalnsl Said • Kstate: Vim in. hereby notified mid required in iin•-. in any claims and ill iiimiilvilii.-li Mm mav lni\inaalnsi Hi, estate of CHARI.RH \. Kl.l.i:i:v IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66611B i\' RR: i-:I.I i. .,r .1 Vt-tm 1 I.NSKY n. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Ci'ciil lit"-..iiI t.i ii'-' i 'i:ii i • i H' IHln \ -I S.i K-tiil.-: V'ou an hereli d s nd n i ..ii-. claline and di %  %  I I \inl-. I'I'.'SKV 'I llf I) %  i '--'.in' \ I I., the i 'ountj Judgen of I lade I -• • ii duplicate :n 111 i s. ctli II 733.18, I.in ii II ih,Conn i I lade i % %  'i ii \. I-I-i.i.i. w li I lendar months 11 • %  i li. iini,. ..I" • he first imbllcal Ion In i I.I. or the same will he barred. Dated nl Miami. Florida, iin day of April. \ • •*' URRTRUDBBKRQER l.l-)i iNARD li, l.'ll-j; I' \s i-;\i i uii.rs First pulilicatinn nf this noli iinluili da) <>f Aiiijl. ItfHJ. I.Kl I.NAIID i: BOERT of Myers, 11-ini.in and Kaplan All. rin\ for I :\< ,-iil'iis ll.o S.W. I-i Street Miami, Florida I 18-28-30, '• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA )N PROBATE No. 66436-C IN RK: llsiii I" .li ISKPII MRLFA Derrasetl NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti. All Creditors and All Persons Ha iny Claims or Demands Against S;< %  Estate: Vnu in',ii. I-, ii> notified and i quired in present any claims and 'l li'i-:i.-,,l late ni DADK I'ounty, Flor1 ihands which you may have again Ida, io the Count j .lulu.ol Bade the estate of JOSKPH MRLFA d iiiniy, ami file Ihi ti mill ;is |ir,i\ Ided ill S,-i ill-Ida Statutes, In -ii ihi Circuit Court on or before Mas 17. I88S. IIKItKIN FAIL NOT ur n Decree Pro *'niu'i-s.-o will be entered agalnsl \ nil. WITNESS m> hand and seal of -nitl Court in Miami. I lade I'olllltN, Klorida, ilii13th day of April, IS6J. I-:. B I.KATIIKR.V \N. C|i rk, i"iiiiilt Court, Dade Cunt>, l-'l.i i -i .II It) : Is'. M, I.Y.\IA.\ I leput) Clerk LEONARD il. EOERT |||' Myers, llihiian A.Kaplan IT." S.W. I-i Street Miami. Florida Attorneys tor Plaintiff I 16-23-30, i 7 KKWK'i'll P.. (lOL'UH. I >.-l,-lula]lI~ NOTICE OF SUIT l'u: \ninir ll. tlrodd and Anita Urodd, his H". Hi lanill Sii I l.-mi; Bench, Sew Vork Vnu are hereby notified thai the a bo vi captloned action has bei n Instituted against you In the circuit r i ..I' the Hleventh Judlcltl t lr,-uii of Florida in and for Dade Counts u. foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 16 Bloi-k 28 sr"ur dcCeaae pleadings to this suit for Dlveoc* with lila Court's Clerk, and serve -i i wi mi Plaintiffs attorney, RICH wfi lALTSHl'LER, ".".". Seybold Bids., .Miami. Florida, nn or before May 20, 1965; else the Complaint will be taken us 'onfesaed !•} you. Dated: April 11, 1965. E. It. I.KATIIKKMAN i 'I. ik ..I Iini 'ill-nil four) ,s, all Bj : K, .M I.V.MAN i leput) clerk I '.i 23 ::". %  7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRRRV tSIVKN thai ih. li i -lulu il, desiring gage ill liiisiniss under the flclitlous name ol \.\MV S BRRII ,v WINK BAR H 2SIH Miami \ Vl II I.intends I" : %  -ai.l iiaiiliw nil the Clerk of Ihi "I mil Courl of Dude Coun'c, Klorldii ISRACK siill.l.li:it l< ESSI.EK .v l vSSEI Aitorni i for Vpplii sni 313 i.. .1. nn Rd ''" .ii iables. l-'la. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65 C 3945 PATRU'IA HI. V' "K TAI TE, Plaintiff, RUDOLPH LORD TACTE, 11, |, ml.iin. SUIT FOR DIVORCE In: III I" U.I'll l.ultli TACTK l/ii-kii I Road i RFI %  New Canaan, Conne i.. u Isboro, New Vork Vmi, Itinlolpli l...nl 'lain.-, are hereID notified that %  Bill of Complalnl for i ih •• has been filed against you, and you are required to sen ,,|,\ ni your Anawer ih. Bill of i-omplnint ill s attorney, AINSLEB R. FKRIMK, Suite -'":'. 2815 s.W. LeJeune Road, Coral Babies, Kli-rlda J3IS4 an • ih.. original Answer or Pleading in the offli f ih Courl "ii "i before Hie lTili day of Mas IMS, If M' 11 fall to do so. Judgment by default will !'•• taki n against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once a. h cek for four si %  utlve weeks in THE JRWISH FLORII 'IAN lniN'K AND ORDRRKD al Miami. tli ,l.i y of April V M l'u,.. i: i: i I-: iTHKRMAX, Clerk, i • ,,i Court, Dade Count). Horlda ,.„ „|j B, : c. P. COPELAND 11, put) i 'lerk AINSI.RE It. KRRDIE Suite 202, 2313 S.W. LeJeune Road Coral Oahles. Pla, 331S4 Attorn.ytorPtaU.tlM f „..„ :l 3() %  in duplltlon 733.16, their offli In ih. Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from id,time of the first iniiiiiiain.ii hereof, ..IHi.same will I..Iinireil. Iiai.'.l ill Miami. Florida, ihi.I.llh %  I I) --!' April, A.D. !"•;"-. .11 .UN Sll \NI.I:V As Executor First publication % %  ( this nolle i tin 16th da) i-l April, 1963. I li.vm. 11.-.lam. 11..Bradfi rd. Williams, McKil) and Kiml.i.ll v %  %  %  in > s for Executor th Iimi". Dade Federal Bhlg. l-'l.i n.la 33131 i '•;-•_':::i.. r. 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 3951 MARY ANN i-.il.K ROBINSON, Plaintiff, \ s, DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON, 11,-IVliitalii NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON :'.". Tufts Ave. Kv. I. 11. .Xlu-Nd. IiilssillTOU, WII.I.IA.M DAVID ROBINSON, are hereby notified that a complaint for dlvorci has l>een filed as. .I late iif Dade County, Florid 10 the Count) Jvdges "f Dade Count nui file the same In duplicate ami provided in Section 733.16, Florii Stututes, in 1 li.1offices in the Cou • > Courlh-'ii-i in l lade 1 'ount). Flo iila. within six calendar months fro the lime of the first publication hei of, .a1I1. -.nn. will be barred. 1 lated ii Mia ml, Iloi Ida, thia 1: u •la\ of April. A.D. 1965. MICHAEL MI-:i.l-'A As Admiiiisti-ator I Irsl publication of ihi.nol li %  Ihe IHtll da) "I April, 1963 : HENRY Nl IRTI IN A i mi p. Pu A.iniiiii-t rator I llscii) 11. Itldg., Miami. Fla. I 16-23-30, "• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,N PROBATE No. 66624-B IN RE: r.-i.u. ..I KMiRRNCR II VFT, I 1. a-.-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All Persons I la Ing I'lulms ur liitnainis Against Sa Rstate: \ .MI are hereby notified and r • .inn. ii to pi. S.-IK an) claims and d, • ma. 'i.Is which 111:1 may have again the estat FLORENCE HAFT a. • ceased late of Dade County, Florid 1.1 the Count) Judges, of Dade Count mi.l file the same i" duplicate and : %  against you, by MARY ANNCOLE provided In HfOtlon 7J8.16, Horh ROBINSON, ami you are hemb) re-I Statutes, In iinir offices Jn the IJJH 'liiirt'il to serve a copy nf your anawer or pleading to the plaintiffs bill ..f complaint, on the plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT B. FENSHOLT, 210 Calumet nidi;., to N.K. Third Ave., Miami, Florida* anil to file the origiiul with iin Clerk nf ill-Circuit I'oini. .Miami. Made County, Florida, mi ..r I.i fore the 17th day ..f .May. IMS, If you fall to do .-". judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In Ihe complaint. i\ Courthouse in Dade County, Flo • Ida, within six calendar months in the linn of ih.first publication her. of. or tli. sauoj will he buried. Dated at .Miami, Florida, this Oi day of April, A.D. 1905. AARON 1>. HAFT Ai* Executor Plrsi publication "f iiiis notice i iin 16th da) ••!' April, 1965. HENRY NORTON Attorney for Executor MONK AND ORDERED, at Miami, 1408 l.is. ayn.Bldg., .Miami. Fla. Ma.i.County, Florida, this 9th day .a \piil. 1965. B. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I mde County, Florida is. all Mv K. M I.Y.MAN I leput) 'I. il; ROBERT P. I'KNSliol.T Attoi ne) for Plaintiff 216 r.iluiii. i Bldg. In N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami. Fla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl i I'H'i-: IS HEREBY •:I\ BN that ih. iiml' i-iLii-ii. .1. iilrliiR I" n. Iindi I' t he "ii 'ii mas nan', nl TIME INVESTMENTS al 18951 N.E. •in PI ... North Miami Beach, Florilai nti mlin i eglsti %  -a 'I i %  %  ii,, %  ml Ihi '' i cull i 'urn i i-r l lade i 'ount). Florida. .1 \.'l< I IPSINER I 16-23-30, %  '. 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 3884 MARSHA WINtJER Plaintiff vs. ELI. 11 TT 11. SINGER, I >i r.-inlalil SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI I: RLLIl ITT II SINORR 3910 Mortimer Avenue Baltimore IS, Mar) land You, ELLIOTT 11. SINOER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Comnt for Divorce has been filed Pleading lo agalhsi you, and you are required to n tinPlaintinerve a cop) % '* your Answer or Pleading t.. the Mill of Complalnl on the Plaintiffs attorney, NEIL I'lloNIN. 1119 Ingraham Bldg., Miami i-'ia., and file the original Anawer or i-ticut) Clerk of the Circuit Pleading In the ..fti % %  -'' •' r ih.Circuit Courl I7ih da) of May, 1965, If you fall t, do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demnnded In the Bill ..i Complaint. This notice shall be publahed once each week for fi ur consecutive weeks in THE JRWISH I > %  > iRIIMAN I" INE AND ORDERED at Miami. %  Florida, this Sth da) of Vpi ii A D. 1965. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit Court, I lade i' I:I Ilorida (seal) By: %  '. I. \ LBN VNDER l>eput) Clerk Ni:i I. i -Hi i.NIN ; imi ingrah ini Bldg, Miami, i li rids Attoi ne) for Plaintiff 4 18-2S-SO, 5 7 %  f the Clerk and i" serve a .n or before the I upon DAVID I I 16-33-30, 5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD,ClAL CIRCUIT 0 r FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 65C-2746 (Cordon) VV. .1. DRIVER, as Administrator m Veteran* Affairs, nn Officer of the I'nlted States of America, nnd his un in such offlci and h iinir i in an Iff, vs. El 'ITI! R. IORDAN single womi I iiii miaul. NOT.CE OF SUIT Tl I El HTH IL JtlRD \.'. a sing woman, If living, Including ai inknown spouses of said Defi .lam n she liimarried, and dead, her unknown helra, de 1 i,•-. i ;int-. -. assignees, orei -. ii. nors, ti nstei -. and %  other pei sons I a I m inn b ihrough, under or against the 11. I. miauls whose residences a HI, i, now n: Vi il VRE HEREBY Nl ITIFIED tli a suit ha.In-, n Ini.nuht against V' hy \V. I DRIVER, as Admlnlstrat' ..I Veterans Affairs, an Officer ..f tl I'nlted States of America, and li successors In such office, and his their asalgna, i,. foreclose a mortaat ncumberlng the followlna; d.-s.-iiliproperty, lo-wlt: l>,t -. i i Block 17. of CUTLE RIIMIE, SECTION FIVE, aooon iiiK in the plat thereof, as raoori .il in Plat Monk 60, at pane 66, • the public records of Dade Count Florida: ami you are rasjulred t.> fi 1.your at • n\ver n. -.mi complalnl with Hie I'lei of the Circuit Courl ..i Dade Count Florida, al the Courthouse in Mian Florida, mi or before May l". 1W '•"I.\' of such an.-w. '. CAT8MAN, Plaini iffs attorney, whose address is P East Flagler Street, Miami. Florid on or Pi fur,sani date, as reoiulri by the laws of Florida, if you fa to do sn. the uomplalnt will be taki us confessed by you and a Decree Pi Confesso "ill in entered against yi for the relief 'i. manded in the con plaint. DATED at Miami. I lorida, thl da) "i \\ E. B li: VTHERMAN, Clerk, Clix-uit Court, I up i ''unity, Ili (seal) By: C. i. M.i:\'ANl)ER i i.pntv 't. rk 1>.\\ ll> P. CATSW IN DAVID P. I'A'I'SM \ N 101 Ess I I lagiel Sir. • t Miami. Florida I 11.-2:1-30, 5 I



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"cJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 16, 1965 Section C lien oi Jewish personnel s'ationed at a mi'itarv nr-*t in Edited States learn about the Passover symbols lrom Newish cr.aplain. Jewish chaplains in all branches oi IS. Armed Forces, recruited, endorsed and served by Jational Jewish Welfare Board, serve as the rabbis to a fcl congreqation which stretches around the world. lr. |ion of ihe young in localities where dependents o: sercen aie 0:1 post >s one of their met important 1asks. -a>^ ow-bound Gl on maneuvers in Germany receives Pass[food supplies distributed by the National Jewish Weliare from a Jewish chaplain, who has made the trip by jeep i outpost where he is on duty. Around the world, younq \h men and women in 'he United States Armed Forces Observing Pasiover, just as they observe all of the Jewlolsdays and festivals, thanks to the year-round religious pioiale services provided by JWB. tol Offers Views on Wilson Visit DON (JTA) — Israel Minister Levi Bshkol left B %  %  after a week-long Knglai i during which he |iih British Prime Minister Wilson .mil other British oriel prepared statement, aeli Premier said that he i" i<> Britain t.) discuss a r "I questions such :is the situation in the Middle plif water situation, Israel's y portion ;mnq last Sunday at the home of Rabbi and Alexander S. Gross. Osrar Mamber, 'y-appointed membership chairman, 7 l n reach the goal by the end of 1965. P *d (left | 0 ri g h() are 5^ R ein hard. Henry puaan. Julius Rosenstein. Louis Merwitzer, WHAT'S YOUR QUESTION BOX SCORE? Queries on Passover Holidays been tendered advice and counsel on a number of questions but this in no way can be interpreted as pressure." He reiterated his support for .1 complete arms embargo in the Middle Bast hut said that this was a most complicated problem since it is linked with numerous kinds of weapons in the area and had to I be accompanied hy close inspection. At a luncheon tendered by the Anglo-Israel Parliamentary group, Air. Eshkol said that the international community "should insist thai the purposes and principles ol the United Nations Charter, to vrhish all the stales in our region have subscribed, should be applied in the Middle East The interna lional community cannot accept a situation in which Middle East member states alone openly declare their intention to destroy one 1.1 thenneighbors." By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it that the Cantor does not recite the Kiddush in the synagogue service on the first two nights of Passover, as is done on every other holiday and Sabbath eve? The Kiddush on Passover eve is basicaUj a part of the evening ritual, which must there lore take place at the Seder table, and not at the synagogue service. It is generally believed that the reason for the recital of the Kiddush in the synagogue at the service on Sabbath and holiday evenings is to accomodate the poor travelers. On Passover eve na one is considered pour enough not to he able to afford his own Wine for Passover Seder use. Furthermore, some synagogues held B seder in the synagogue vestry for the multitude and in this case the Kiddush was certainly recited at the table during the beginning of the Seder service rather than during the prayer service. M a 4 Since the recital of the Haggadah on Passover eve is regarded as a Divine Commandment, why is it that we do not offer a benediction to God for having commanded us to do this Mitivah, as we do with other Mitivoth? A number of reasons are ottered. Actually Rabbi Menahem Meiri states that some customs do require the recitation of a special benediction to this effect. He states that the reason we do not follow such a practice and do not make this benediction is the fact that in the evening service of the synagogue we have already recited a benediction thanking Cod for being the redeemer of Israel in the course of which we recounted t h e deliverance from Egypt as we do every morn ing and evening. Later authorities offer a more simple explanation. Actually the performance of reciting the Haggadah is one where we recited benediclions. This being the c.i-c it would be superfluous to offer a benediction to God thanking llim for commanding us to recite IK nedictions. Others say that since the exodus from Egypt has already been mentioned in the Kiddush. one h a s already discharged hiobligation in remembering the exodus in at least a minimal form and thus the benediction would be superfluous since the objective has already been accomplished. Why are the Hallel Psalms recited in the synagogue on the first two nights of Passover in some congregations? The first two nights of Passover constitute the most fitting occasion for the recital of the Hallel Psalms since that was the night of the exodus from Egypt which the Hallel Psalms speak of. This is why everyone recites them at the Seder table. There are two reasons ottered as to why they are also recited in the evening service of the synagogue. Some claim that this was done in places and on occasions when the multitude was poorly educated and could not recite them without the help of Cantor or reader at the synagogue. Another reason offered is that the public recitation of the Hallel Psalms at the Synagogue would qualify the pronouncement of the benediction betore the recital of the Hallel Psalms and thus this benediction would also cover the recital of the Hallel Psalms at the Seder table. Otherwise, at the Seder table one does not pronounce the benediction since it is not a public service and thus would lose the opportunity ol making the benediction were it not for the recitation of the Psalms in the synagogue where one would make the benediction Why does tradition require 'I.at there Seder be three table? Matzos on the A varietj of reasons ar< tcivd lor this custom. Original!) some of the Gaonic authorities required only two Matzos. In the liturgical work ol Habbi Amram Gaon it is explained that gen erally two loaves ol bread are required on any holiday, tin Pass over we require a partial loaf ia partial Matzoh) to indicate the in-cad of affliction and poverty Thus wc use the two whole Mat zos and the hall (lrom which the Afikoman was broken ofl 1 making a total ol three pieces (two whole ones and one broken one I, others qualify this explanation a little lurther by saying that actually if the holiday fell on a week day it would be sufficient to have one whole Mat/ h and one hroki 11 Matzoh and this would be regarded as having two. However, since the coincidence of the Seder night with The Sabbath would require two whole Matzos 1 because Ihe Sabbath requires iwo whole loaves) we require three ever) year so that no mistake would occur in eliminating the second whole Matzoh when Passover occurred on the Sabbath. Habbi Sherirah Gaon was quoted as explaining that three Matzos are required for the Seder night because it was historically on this night that Abraham ordered Sarah to prepare three measures of w heat for the three angels who visited him. The presence of the three Matzos on the Seder table reminds us cf our three Patriarchs — Abraham. Isaac and Jacob. It is interesting to note that throughout the Seder ritual, the exodus lrom Egypt i not regarded as an isolated event in Jewish history. It is rather east into its perspective ;is part of a chain of events which started from the earliest period of our history as a nation and will yet be projected tar into the distant future — even in our eschatological projections of the world and the day to e.iiic. Utility in Battle Of Bigotry By Special Report PHILADELPHIA — The Pennsylvania Power and Light Co.. of AlIcntown, Pa., is show ing other large companies how t > tear down the -paper curtain" — the phrase of Dr. Murray Friedman, Pennsylvania area director of the American Jewish Committee, to describe the exclusionary patterns found in the hiring practices of many major corporations and utilities across the country. Pennsylvania Power and Light 1 Mamber. David Lippman. and Aaron S. Schwartz. S'indinq (left to riqht) are Sam Goldstein. Herman Eisenberq. Louis DeCoveny. Gabriel Shantz's. Carl Brandes. Rev. Joseph Krantz. Hyman Kleinman. Marvin Lipman. Benjamin Appel. Joseph Cohen and Prof. Georqe Pickar. was aiming 50 utilities companies named in a report of the American Jewish Committee a year ago which held that studies showed Jewish candidates for management posiiions in the utilities were presented with a negative and discouraging picture of their potential. "Pennsylvania Power and Light management reacted to the article in a completely positive way," Dr. Friedman said. "Almost immediately, they contacted the American Jewish Committee leadership here for help in a program to dispel any impression that they discriminate against Jews or any other minority group." The program that was developed .lined in two directions. The urst worked within the company, informing employees through memos Mid meetings that the company wcl i ineil minorities and that employ eis did not have to meet any sort ol "image." The second aim was to inform the Jewish college graduate that the company had a place for him. "Most of the companies lold us I hey would hire Jews, hut lew an plied." Dr. Friedman said. "The Pennsylvania Power and Light program attempts to overcome Jewish reluctance even to bother to apply to what are believed to be 'Gentile' companies. We arc not asking the companies to discrimin; ate for Jew s but just to break up the discriminatory patterns built up over the years." Officials of the company met with Jewish advisers to young people. the director of the Jewish Vocational Service. Ilillel directors, and members of the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service, discussing how to bring Jews into Ihe company. They also asked the help ol the Jewish Occupations Council, a national %  II ganization. Pennsylvania Power and Light also sent out letters to Ilillel directors in .Middle Atlantic states informing them when a representative of the company would be n campus to interview applicants rhe letters stressed the advantage' t<> Jews employed bj the company including the fact that the comtany's division headquarters were located in cities where there were 'stablished Jewish communities >v th religious and cultural facilities. Twenty supervisors from all branches of the company were brought together to speak to representatives of the American Jewish Committee. "M any of them told us they thought that Jews didn't want to work for utilities," Dr. Friedman said. "They walked out with a new idea of what a Jew was like." As a result of these activities, spearheaded by Jack K. Busby. President of Pennsylvania Power and Light, and Austin Cavin. the Continued on Page 11-C



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Page 2-C +J(ist Her khan 4^SVleni4 for \Aour ,]r< assover *^eder Jnis HJUee'hend Our Seders have everything. As expressions of our religious faith and thankfulness for freedom from bondage they appeal to our loftiest sentiments. The service instructs our children in the history of the holiday and the true mean-ng of freedom. And with all this they are fun. There is jesting and gayety. many songs, and feasting! Since this is a column devoted to food, we can dwell upon the feasting, and what a happy task this is. Each year at the Seder we enjoy a holiday meal filled with well-beloved traditional delicacies, which somehow taste better on the occasion than at any other time. Before we begin the meal itself we partake of the ceremonial wine and the symbolic foods which are part of the ritual — the matzoh. the moror or bitter herbs, the pars, ley or young greens, the roasted shank of bone of a lamb, the roasted egg. and the haroset. The haroset is a reddish paste whose appearance signifies the mortar for the bricks our ancestors had to make under the lash of cruel taskmasters in ancient Egypt, but whose pleasant taste is a symbol of God's kindness which made slavery endurable. Though customarily we use grated apples, ground nuts, cinnamon, and red wine to make it. many variations are found in the recipes of Jewish families from other parts of the world Dried fruits may take the place of apples. Pine nuts ipinolas and chopped hard cooked eggs are sometimes ingredients, and if the family is too poor to afford the luxury of nuts, matzo meal may be substituted. And now let's return to the menu for the meal itself, which this year we have kept within the tradition %  1 pattern. We begin with hard cooked eggs in salt water, followed by gefilite fish, chicken soup with matzo meal kneidlach. roast chicken or turkey with roast potatoes and beets, and. as is proper at n festive meal, a fine kugel. We could end our dinner with a fruit cup or compote and a cake made from one of the many fine commercial mixes. However, since the Seder is a time for special home-made goodies, recipes are included for two. The first describes how to prepare the carrot candy called Marron Pletziach. and the formula is the one my beloved grandmother used when she made them for me many years ago. The second recipe is for a delightful treat, a won-1 derful no-bake chocolate cookie which is a variation of one originating in Israel. The cookie mixture, if you wish, can be formed into one long roll, to resemble the Passover confection called 'Salami.'' Menu for Passover Seder Matzoh Moror Roasted egg Parsley or young greens Haroset Wine Gefilite fish Roasted Shank bone of a lamb Hard cooked eggs in salt water Chicken soup with matzo meal kneidlach Passover pickles Beets Roast chicken or turkey Roast Potatoes Matzo apple kugel for Passover Tossed salad Fruit cup or compote Marron Pletziach Cake Tea Chocolate spice balls Matzo Apple Kugel for Passover 4 matzos 4 well-beaten eggs 2/3 cup honey 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 cup coarsley chopped nut meats 2 large apples, peeled, cored and grated 2 tablespoons melted chicken fai 2/3 cup raisins 1/2 cup orange juice Break the matzos into small pieces, cover with cold water, and let stand for one minute. Place in a sieve and gently squeeze out the water. Put the matzos into a mixing bowl and add all the remaining ingredients. Stir to blend. Pour the batter into a 2-quart greased baking dish, and bake at %  350 degs F. for about 1 hour, until firm and well-browned. Serve hot as a kugel. The pudding may also be chilled and served as a dessert. For a dairy meal, substitute butter for the chicken fat and top 'with whipped cream or sour cream. This amount makes 8 portions. Marron Pletziach To make 1 pound of candy, use: 1 lb. finely grated large raw carrots 2 cups sugar 1/2 cup finely ground nut meats about 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger, to taste Place the carrots and sugar in a sauce pan over medium heat. Stir until the mixture comes to a boil, then cook over low heat for at least 1 hour, until a few drops in Miami's Programs to Meet Needs Of Servicemen Stationed Among Us A continuous program on behalf of Jewish servicemen at Homestead Air Force Base and ether area service facilities is a joint project of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Armed Services Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. 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Cut when completely cold. This makes a very h?rd candy. The recipe may be doubled or tripled. but should not be made in a larger quantity than a batch of 3 pounds ol candy. at the "Occasions such as this, not only give the servicemen the opportunity to learn more about the community in which they are stationed, but it also allows the community to meet and give them a feeling of belonging," Mrs. Glasser stated. On Apr. 11, Mr. ann Mrs. Joseph Rose, of the Royal Palm Ho tel. have invited Homestead Air Force personnel and their families to be their guests at an Armed Services Breakfast at the hoteL The Bureau of Jewish Education. a beneficiary agency of the Great er Miami Jewish Federation, will present a book review program to help bring the servicemen and their families information relative 'to books of importance and of 1 Jewish content. For the coming Passover holiday, the Armed Service Committee is providing Haggadahs. prayer books, and Passover candy to Jewish patients at the Veterans Hcspital in Coral Gables matzoh. and through the auspic, of the committee a number of synagogues in the Greater Miami area have invited service personnel to Seders to be held at their congregations For thi oeJ a 1 Homesti ad Air F< rce Baa I i committee is providing wine other Passover (a I needs. modium-fine Era sugar or hneJv nu < moats for ronj, thochoeolaSVia reserve P| ace he *J cinnamon, honey lnri •" 2-quart saucepan. St.r, a cook over medinn syrup ipins a lhrew -^JJJ move trom the ha; mm the ehocolate and ^ififl they melt. QuickhTS ins and nuts, then thonjcjS in the cake meal. UtjSl minutes to thicken wJT hands form the mix Iur ^ about 1 1/4 inchesmo^T 1 roll them in Migar or (merit nuts until Chocolate Spice Balls — Passover No-Bake Cookies coated. Set % ] 6-oz. bar Passover bitter-sweet paper to become firm, tin j chocolate 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon ground ginger 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup hot water 2 tablespoons vegetable shortening 2/3 cup seedless raisins 2 1/2 cups matzo cake meal 2/3 cup walnut meats, cut in a covered tin in the ator. This recipe makes cookies "Salami": Omit the ni, walnut meats and add inswj cup silvered blanched Form all the batter into" about 1 1/2 inches in dun it stand until firm, then u, 1/4-inch thick slices, stored ered tins in the refrigerator. Only Bahamas Airways nas7 dailylliQfits and a special 17 hour excursion tare to FREEPORM' satcM 17 htwr netirtiaa ten wry fiiftt after MM IWJ Inn I'ltJ (rioulir fan 127.50 :/:-ro tint MQ daily miami to freeport 4:oo am 8:oo am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:oo pm 10:00 pm daily freeport to miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:oo pm 8:30 pm Bahamas Airways AN ASSOCIATE Of BOACCUNARD/GENERAl AGENT. BOAO MIAMI: 177-001 FT. 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r age J4j ^,ii;i>t it shows that the American air strikes are now aimed ftey hurt the whole Communist war effort in Viet Nam. This lii adequately answer those American commentators who have been [ that the Vie! Cong is carrying on an autonomous war, and that kinils' ities between Viet Cong actions and North Vietnamese actions UiEht and purely coincidental. bservers have been watching anxiously Tor signs of changes in over Struggle inside North Viet Nam between the Russia-aligned [.-,,, aligned forces. Some t.hink they detect a slight shift intern,.. ,1,1 the younger and mere militant pro Chinese group. If this is and the signs are necessarily elusive — one might argue fit harsheh American policy is producing a hardening of the North gmese ideological line. ite bow dillerent this is from the prediction of some of the isoLliberals that the American policy would draw the Russians and <• together, even throw them into each other's embrace. That I be a heavy price indeed to pay for the American policy. But there siyns of it. The internal struggle with Viet Nam means a sharp, not a blunting, of the conflict between the two Communist camps, wt surprising that China's camp is making some ne converts in Quite aside from the harder American policy the Chinese have aMaye .ver the Russians in Asia because their line is a more ex: one. In the competition between militancies, in any situation of [and bitterness, the far-out one can out-hate, out-damn, out-promise kher. m the American isolationists should not regard this as supporting {position. II anything, it undercuts it. Once you argue American i in Viet Nam not on moral or sentimental grounds but in terms of lui world position of the Western camp and the Communist camps. fcu>t ask not only how America would be affected by American withf\ from Viet Nam, but how Russia would be affected. outcome of the Russian-Chinese struggle, on a score of ideobattlelionts, depends very much on American behavior on this tbt Chinese have been arguing that America has no will to resist ^•nse and protracted guerilla struggle, that it has no military cato fight it. that its intellectuals will not support resistance. The Ins, who have had some experience with America's will to survive, tan arguing realism and caution. If America cuts and runs in Viet will nol only mean a disaster for non-Communist governments ktheasl Asia It will mean that the Chinese will have been proved in their conflict with the Russians. is in this sense, and only in this sense, that the outcome of the lunation has a bearing on the total world power-struggle. The %  ii between the Communist and Western camps has befar more complex: it is now a double political war — one beiVestarn and Communist angles cf vision, the other between -in! the Kussians. The old cliches about ending the cold war K longer do, and the old tender-minded recoil from the use of pe power is even more obsolescent. If the world is to have any i peace a decade frcm now, it will depend upon how credible letl makes its will to resist Communist-fanned "liberation" guerilh during the intervening decade. bis is. I take it, what McGeorge Bundy had in mind as the intel1 framework for his concrete response* on "Meet the Press." There i a tendency, among some who feared to attack President Johnrectlv. to hit by indirection at Bundy and McXamara as "wrong'' Sangeroiiv Presidential advisers. 1 don't feel bothered that way Mh men have been through some dee. and chastening experiences, fKennedy as well as Johnson, out of which their basic attitudes have aped. Tiiey have a right to ask us to examine the rightness or ess ol tlie policies themselves, instead of trying to drive a wedge en them and the President. When you have two men close to r. who are members not only of the commanding elite but also have I claim t<> being intellectuals themselves, it is better not to treat if the> were eitherTameriains or nincompoops. VA Presents Discotheque Here BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (JTA) A "new approach" by the South to the issue of civil rights "as the only way to public peace" was urged here this week by the Jew ish Monitor, a Jewish monthly published at Albertville, Alabama edited by Rabbi J. S. Galhnger. An editorial on the developments in the Negro struggle for civil rights declared that "states rights can no longer be maintained on t h e denial of human rights." The Editorial urged the approach by authorities of "willingly granting human rights to all, without artificial repression or restraint." It asserted that this approach for the South was "the only way to reaffirm the political rights •4 the states as parts of our united republic" and "the only way to public peace." In a related report, the Wall Street Journal said this week that rabbis, by and large, have not had to face as many difficulties as many of their Christian colleagues with their congregations over the question of active parlicipation in the civil rights movement. The paper said that the question of whether a clergyman's duty was to his immediate spiritual flock or whether it included "support for man's rights — particularly civil rights—everywhere" was plaguing an increasing number of churchmen and their congregations. It quoted an official of the National Conference on Race and Re ligion as saying that clergymen were "growing more liberal while churchgoers are becoming more conservative." Discussing the situation of the rabbis active in civil rights, the paper reported that "Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew Union Colleges i n Cincinnati, New York, Los Angeles, and Jerusalem, asserts that most Jewish congregations are extremely liberal and, if anything, have a 'disproportionately' large involvement in civil rights demonstrations. "Some synagogue-goers, however, concede that older members of their congregations, with businesses in Negro neighborhoods, frown on civil rights agitation because they say it spurs Negro vandalism and resentment against white store owners." Israel Offers Medical Aid SANTIAGO. Chile — (JTA) — Israel offered to the Government of Chile this week antibiotics, Xray films and other pharmaceutical and medical supplies needed to aid the victims of March 28 catastrophic earthquake, which caused many deaths and left many thousands homeless in the central regions of this country. The aid was offered through the Israel Embassy here. The Jewish communities in the affected area suffered little damage on the whcle. Jewish organizations here, as well as individuals, were contributing large sums for aid to the victims. Leaders of the Central Committee of the Jewish Community handed a check for 10,000 escudos ($10,009> to Secretary of the Interior Bernardo Leighton, telling the latter that the sum was only a first installment, and that a campaign for more funds would be concluded among the Jewish population here. President Frei re| ceived a check for $20,000 from a Jewish immigrant, A. Burger, a refugee from Nazi Germany, who owns a clothing factory. Now Sheraton insures your hotel reservation. You get $20 in services free if we don't deliver on a confirmed reservation Don't worry. We won't be giving away many $20. This is brand new, and only Sheraton has it. Read carefully: If you hold a confirmed reservation at any Sheraton Hotel, and if you show up for your room when you said you would and if, for any reason, you don't get a room, then we give you a certificate good for $20 worth of food, beverages and lodging at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn anywhere. No but's or maybe's. 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Page 4-C r/cftor A braham Binder 9 s Jewish Music Gift ML significant chapter in the his ** tory of the Jewish Communty Center movement is the niquc achievement of Dr. Abra: am W. Binder in making a place -or and integrating Jewish music into the educational program of I ie center and YM-YWHA. It began on a day in September. 1917, when Rabbi Aaron G. Rob.son. the then executive director i I the 92nd SI. YM-YWHA, invited Hinder to organize a music deartment at the "Y." The first trained Jewish musician engaged s a full-time staff member of a YMHA. Binder came to the "V" \. ith a youthful reputation. He was barely out of his teens when he had founded and become the conductor of the lladassah Choral Union, the first Jewish chorus in A m e r i c a to sing Palestinian -ong>. He had written them down i s he heard them from Palestinians in the I'nitocl States. Even i arlier, ;is the son of a cantor, he ad i imposed musical settings for the synagogue litur y Jewish Chorus sunn after Binder joined Ihe v %  Btaff, he oi ganized the "Y" .wish Chun:-, one reprmied from "A VV Hm.ii. Hit Life and Work .•.In.-.! by Irene H I pub.,! bj the |VVB V ml Jewish MUSK Coum ,. Jewish MUi Amencd :, %  the 70lll />:•:".i.i\ of Or. Ahrtiha-n W Bindei pattern he had fashioned at the "Y." The "Y" chorus was in great demand for performances at all major Jewish events. It participated in the New York welcome to the Hebrew Poet, Bialik. and at many Zionist functions. Its memorable concert of all-Jewish music at Town Hall in 1926 paved the way for regular programs of Jewish music at the "Y," something new for New York in those days. Major Influence One performance of the "Y" Jewish Chorus had a major influence not only on Binder's life but on spreading interest in the performance of Jewish music to the wider community. Sitting tm the platform one eve. ning in i!i2i watching "The Pageant of the Strong." Staged at the Hotel Astor !>> the New York Federation of .1 ew i > h Philanthropies, the late Rabbi Stephen s Wise listened with surprise aid delight as the "Y" Jewish Chorus pi i nted a selection "i Hebrew mi Before he lei: that night. Dr. Wise .-hunk the hand ol the tall, intense-looking young duvetor whose baton had i the i horus and who had written the intithe pagi an) Then lie ribbl 'lame of Abn ham u Bin ler in his memo book as one to ren Soon alter Dr. Wise in' i Bindet to become choir master .it tin Free Synagogue .mil '* % %  '" > appoi te I him to the tacult> of the newlyestablished Jewish Institute ol Re. ligion. In hi.twin roie he became one i'i the ablest advocates of Jewish music in our time and an influential composer in the advancement of synagogue music in America. School of Music One of the crowning achievements of Binder's career is the "Y" School of Music, now in its 48th year. In effect the first conservatory of music under Jewish auspices this renowned school guided thousands of young people through the study of music lor pleasure and professional careers. The vision of Rabbi Robison was expanded by his successors. Jack Nadel and Carl Urbont, who gave Dr. Binder a completely free hand, encouragement and support to carry out Ihe ideas which enabled the "Y" to make a singular contribution. The "Y" music school, which now has 600 students and a faculty of 50. has had a vast influence on countless people who in the "Y" found and developed an interest in music under Binder's leadership. Among its distinguished alumni are Izler Solomon, conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony. Burl lves. Nor^'nthe ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons. business meetings ...ranging from 10 to 1000. i5 Spaciousness is (he keynote of your affair %  midst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club o JE 2-3600 pfcw %  %  • K > M i • ii 'a dm man Atkins, Siegfried Landau. Sylvia Kupferstein and Prof Howard Shane. Future cantors, rabbis, musicologists, social workers, music teachers, instrument alists and artists who came under Binder's influence at the "Y" music school were not only enriched as musicians and lovers of music but became deeply com mitted as Jews and mor aware ol the musical heritage of the Jewish people. The exciting musical climate Dr. Binder generated at the "Y" made it one of the great musical centers of the city. Aspiring musicians from all parts of the city found a ready welcome there under Binder's magic wand as teacher and leader. The young artists' competition he created at the "Y" in 1943 to give young people ready for their concert debut a chance to appear in pub lie attracted students from music conservatories throughout the country. The contestant-, many of whom went on to distinguished musical careers that were launched at the "Y." were ju by such musical greats as Heifitz Kipnis. Resnick, List. Morini and Rosenstock. Symphonic Workshop In 1917 Binder expanded the "Y's" orch 'stra into a sj mphon irkshop where a whole gen eration ol profi Dloists has found an opportunitj to trj their w Ings b el r •• subjecting themselves to critical review Do/enol its former me new occupy chair.in urea: -yni phony orchestras The annual concerto concert oi the "Y" symphony workshop provides a unique opportunity for young pianists, violinists and singera to play solo with a symphony orchestra. It is not unusual for renowned concert artists to rehearse with the symphony workshop while studying new repertoires. Among these are Eugene List, Earths Kitt. David Bar-Ilan, Norman Atkins and Gail Kubik. Binder has also encouraged the "Y" symphonic workshop to conduct special events. These Included the first presentation in concert form of Kurt Weill's "Street Scene." Marc Blizsteins "Regina," and the world premiere of David Brockman's opera. "Barbara Allen." The musical activities at the "Y." ranging from formal recitals and concerts to classes, t h e orchestra and t h e Jewish chorus, compare favorably with those offered at Carnegie Hall and Town Hall because Binder has instilled in his students the same desire for excellence that he has himself pursued. In a city celebrated the world over for its cultural facilities and stylesetting, the "Y" became under Binder's leadership a major IT WAS A SMASH I NO success/ WHAT WAS? BETTYS AFFAIR AFFAIR? AT THE EVERGLADES ROOF NATURALLY, DARLIMG! Social affairs far* batter at the Everglades. Weddings. parties, confirmations, club gatherings ... avarythingI e Seven superb banquel and meeting rooms — even the famous "Roof-with-the-vieA"! • Traditional food and service, if required I • Special rales for groups owe' 40 — parking included I Ctll our Charge d Allures fCelering Mtnegu), Fred Schtttly. FR 9 5461. Soon, darting, soon AT THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL BISCAVNE BLVD. AT 3-d STREET T. jaines Enms. Mng. D.'. old. amateurs and nrni„ %  not only find ££*+*} musical expression ; ,t the"V"h have their outlook broaden,^ enriched. Family Turn, The place of the t, im i| v m musical education 0 [ u u Jhild 1 been one of Binder-s,,,...^. terests at the "Y." He^asTj neer in encouraginc parents uncier Binoer s leaciersmp majoi resume music Studies (lr.m !" force for musical programming interrupted in childhood !" i J that has exercised incalculable in, hey cmild stll(K w fluence on cultural programs in their chi i dron :lnc| "' Jewish Community Centers m ,hen around the country. 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w, April 16. 1965 +Jenlsti thrfdlnr Page 5-C Dr. 4braham Binder Linueo from Preceding P. 9 I L, musical training. The ""o, family teams ini muric, EL he developed at the Y, Ktwcted the enthusiastic toJLof music educators through. fte country. His efforts to Jflrt family tics, to rcpopularKSe music-making and tortf Jewish myJM fleeing the Nazi terror in Cope arrived in New York in l'ih 1931s. Binder made the "Y s 1 B ,, have just returned from a tweet Intensive study mission in Hi and brief visits to Rime Paris. IA preliminary report on the trip, wied for the group by its coairmen, Richard Maass and OerJehutock, described the early of a three-year attitude $ sponsored bj the AJC among tracli youth. The research is being conductilby the Institute of Contemporrv Jewry of the Hebrew Uni"V, in collaboration with tho department of psychology. r.of. Moshe Davis, director of |*e Institute, was reported tellF9 the group that he had found among Israeli students "far %  nrtr concern and interest in P throughout the world" than r*Md anticipated. -'. Shimon Herman, of the Here* I'mver-ilv psychology dclnt. added his belief that a n"y Of Israeli, W ould like filler, ih, Jewish element 1 their identity [On e matter of religious freePw delegation Mated: "We F**g iH-en deeply concerned !" UK complex relationship of rluein|.r ; .el We were thereriWMed to receive assurance Bn? r h J "-' officl *. inK*" of the National Re' they were strongly opposed to any form of coercion, whether religious or anti-religious, I and that Israel would steadfastly adhere to the principle that there must be no interference with the : religious life of any individual.*' but were added to the .crowing repertoire of Hebrew and Yiddish choral music known to American Jewry. At the "Y" Binder, through his expertly edited song books, choral arrangements, piano and orchestral scores and Israeli melodies established a hallmark of high standards that have been emulated by music teachers in Jewish communities throughout the world. In the 1930s and 1940s. Binder lectured on all phases of Jewish music throughout the country, bringing the message of Jewish culture to scores of communities and inspiring Jewish Community Centers to establish music departments along the lines of the 92nd St. Y.M-YWHA. Over the years his ideas took root in the Center field. Today Centers have music depart. ments, choruses, orchestras and record libraries, and regularly sponsor recitals by young artists and musical luminaries, chamber ensembles, concerts of Hebrew and Yiddish folksongs and local Jewish music councils, thanks to the example of music enjoyment, performance and creativity of which Binder's work at the 92nd St. "Y" was the forerunner. His own works arc constantly performed by Center musical groups. Liturgical Society From his headquarters at the "Y," Binder organized in 1939 the Jewish Music Forum, a musicological society which performed new Jewish music at monthly meetings and led to the creation of similar forums in other cities. This society's successor, the Jewish Liturgical Society of America, was also founded by Binder at the "Y" to preserve and stimulate the development of the Jewish liturgical heritage. When the National Jewish Welfare Board launched the National Jewish Music Council in the 1940s to intensify Jewish musical activity in its affiliated Centers and "Ys." Binder became one of the Councils most creative leaders and enthusiastic supporters. In the past twenty years, the Jewish Music Council has had a decided impact on raising the level of Jewish musical performance and creativity in the communities and on encouraging the formation of community-wide Jewish music councils. The work of Dr. Binder has become worldwide in its influence. His own contributions to Jewish music as composer, conductor, teacher, lecturer, interpreter and organizer have brought renown not only to him but to the YMHA where he began his work and where he first introduced so much fine Jewish music to American Jewry. The Jewish Community Center field, which is so deeply indebted to Dr. Binder for having wedded Jewish music to its cultural promam. honored him in 1960 for his enduring achievement. In that year, he received the Frank L. Weil Award of JWB for his unique achievements in furthering American Jewish culture through music, a life work that had its beginnings nearly half a century ago in the oldest existing Jewish LBJ Asks Funds For Desalination WASHINGTON — (JTA) — President Lyndon B. 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Page S-C fjtmist Fk-ridHknr FridQ YApril 15 J British Jews Eye Anti-Red Proposals LONDON — (JTA' — Specific proposals for action against Soviet oppressions of Jewry in the USSR, and plans for improving that situation, were adopted here this week at a special meeting of British Jewry, representing virtually all shades of Anglo-Jewish opinion. Summoned by Sclomon Teff. president of the Board of Jewish Deputies, "to consider the serious situation of Soviet Jewry," the session was attended by two representatives cf each of the following organizations: The Board of De i HI ties, the Anglo-Jewish .Association, Agudat Israel. Association of Jewish Ex-Service Men and Worn en, B'naf B'rith. the League of Jewish Women, Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi, the British section of the World Jewish Congress, World Sepliardi Federation, Wot Id Union for Progressive Judaism, and Zionist Federation of Great Britain. Meanwhile, two New York State legislators from the Pert Chester district introduced in the State Legislature this week a joint resolution, denouncing Soviet Mas against Russian Jews. The measure was presented in filfullment of pledges made at a 1 mass rally last Sunday, attended fty 1,M0 persons, including spokesmen for the Jewish, Catholic and Protestant faiths. State Sen. Max Brrking, a Democrat, and Assemblyman Anthony Gioffrc, a Republican, said their resolution also calls on President Johnson and the Congress to take actions against such Soviet practices as closing of synagogues, Jewish schooVs and cemeteries in the Soviet Union. At the rally. Rep. Ogden Reid, a Republican, also denounced persecution of Russian Jews as "a shocking violation of the United Nations charter" and aid he would introduce in the House of Representatives a "sense of Congress" resolu. tion calling on the Soviet Govern ment to permit the free exercise !of religion and the pursuit of culture by Jews and all others within Us borders." A Soviet Embassy spokesman meanwhile confirmed in Melbourne, Australia, this week that a book describing Soviet pressures on Russian Jewry, which had been sent to the Embassy for transmittal to Soviet authorities had arrived and would be sent "in due course" to the appropriate Soviet officials. The book, written by I. (chairman of the public r-lai department of the AuJewish Board oi Deputies, U "Soviet Jewry and Human j It has a letter, as part of"uJ troduction, written by R e< timer, prominent Au>tralia.muni.st, who was -nont|... ern Communist critiei m propaganda attacks on the religion. 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+Jewlstincrldton Page 7-C Students March on Mission i ndance at the Coral Chapter of the American Medical '^"luncheon held at the Hurricane Harbor Restaurant are I riah'' Mrs. Davfd"Uerid&lI. president of the Dade CounCouncil of Auxiliaries; Mrs. Paul Ettinger, co-chairman of L Hillk witz Project; Mrs. Georqe Edelson. director of the tonal Council of Auxiliaries in Denver. Colo., and also the -r of honor at the luncheon; Mrs. Jules Weston, president its Coral Chapter; and Mrs. Murray Harrison, chairman Gtle Hillkowitz Project, as well as the sponsor and hostess of teiuncheon. Coral Chapter recently endowed the Hillkowitz tenistry Laboratory to the American Medical Center in Denied memory of Dr. Philip Hillkowitz. Coral Chapter supIfeihe equipment and staff for the maintenance of the labpkn through donations and funds. :kernick Takes ew Term On lla. Bar Board try Zukernick iras reelected to m-rear term on the Hoard ol | il the Florida liar. re-elected were William 0. [ I William P, Simmons. flie three represenl 2,800 lawi JI Dade Count) -rmck has served on the rinee 1959 and is a past presbt of the Miami Beach Bar Aspan, which recently honored i ntt its First Award ol Merit shed sen ice to the profession." %  nick has been appointed tTil chairman of the Florida %  Convention to be held at the Mebleau Hotel on Juno 17 to HAJ?T ZUKERNICK NEW YORK (JTA. Nearly 2,000 Bingiag, banner-waving college and high school students took part in a "Jericho March" here, as part of an effort to briny down "the walls of hate and prejudice" which separate the Jewish people in Russia from their brethren the world over The students, members and associates Of Student Struggle tor So\ iet Jewry, marched in a two-block area around the Soviet Mission to the United Nations, then paraded to the Day Hammarskjold Plaza at the UN. A detail of 200 policemen guarded ilie peaceful but colorful parade. Two appeals war* made by the I group. The first, to be delivered in Washington through New York Congressman Leonard Farbstein, was an appeal to President Johnsen to give the situation of Russian Jewry a prominent place in any dealings between the U.S.A. and the USSR The other appeal was handed over to Stanley Lowell, chairman of the New York Human Rights Commission. Telegrams sympathizing with the marchers' efforts were received from Abraham Kibicoff. Connecticut Demociat; Hugh Scott. Pennsylvania Republican; Robert K Kennedy. New York Democrat; and Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican. Senator Scott stated in his telegram; "If it saves one life, the United States should officially condemn Soviet persecution of peril nf the Jewish faith. Signs carried by the marchers lead: "Why No Ifatzoh?" "I Am My Brother's Keeper." "Let My People Go," and "Why No Jewish Theatre?" The marchers periodically blew rain's horns and carried with them seven Tor ah scrolls loaned by several New York synagogues. 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Page 8-C +Jen 1st flu-kUan Friday. April 16, The Growth of Art in Israel siael is in the constant process of expandinq its overseas -narkets. Governmen*. officials are now contemplatinq an anlual increase of 20 to 25 percent. Among longtime favorites on the American market are Israeli giftware items shown above. Israel export market to he United States features ashion items, particularly knitwear as modeled above. SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Years Also A Complete Insurance Service Altmcn Insurance & Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9655 Passover Cooking Demonstration At Beth Moshe Beth Moshe Sisterhood will present an authentic Passover cook ing demonstration by Mrs Henry Naftali issistcd by Mr-. Harold Khiskj and Mrs Carl Wool, Monday evening a t the Sisterhood meeting. Tested recipewill be distributed. Mis Fied Blank, assisted by Mrs. I.con Weissman, will demonstrate traditional items and their ceremonial significance, which will lie available in the Temple Gift Shop. As an added Passover treat. tra ditional melodies by the children's chorus conducted by Cantor Seymour Hinkes will be offered Boy.-, and -iris in the chorus are Steven Becker. Barbara Block. Henry Carmen, Maureen Fo.^s, Jo" First. David Hinkes Eliott Hinkes. Michelle Hersch. Nina Naftali, Rubin Reiter. Robin Rose. Judith Rosenstrauch. Bruce Rubin and Wendy Willis. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP J All Your Furniture, Clothing, \ linens, Dishes, Drepct, Etc. \ PIEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP t THE JEWISH HOME FOR j THE AGED THRIFT SHOP J 7300 NW. 27th AVENUE \ Ph. 696-2101 By MURRAY S. GREENFIELD In a convention at the Gallery in the Tel Aviv-Sheraton, an Israeli remarked: 'Only 15 years ago the main use of canvas in this country was for tents to house immigrants just freed irom the DP camps, and this May the Israel Museum will open with some of thte finest canvases in the world." The New York Times, recently reporting the openinu. related cer. tain reactions of the public to this event. For many it represents another achievement in the building of the dream called Israel, and admiration and goodwill is felt for her society which strives toward a vigorous and full life, at one with the community of nations. Others feel that Israel is using money for aggrandizement that is so needed in areas vital to her well-being. I believe the idea of the Israel Museum is in keeping with the needs of perhaps her greatest problem, the education of her people. HER DESIRE is. through educa tion. to blend her many cultures into one nation and to lead her people from Provincialism and the inherent dangers of stagnation, distrust of the world, and suppression of her creative intellects. Israel demands much of herself for after all it is written "From out of Zion shall come the Law."' Of course Zion is Jerusalem, and this where the Israel Museum stands. It is built on a hill in the center of Jerusalem, a beautiful area reserved tor government, university and cultural buildings, known as Hakirya. The eastern slope of the hill runs into a valley of olive groves in which is located the Monastery of the Cross, a Byzantine Church surrounded by Crusader Walls. Nearby i < Israel's Parliament Building, While aero-.the Western slope of the Museum Hill stretches the campus of the Hebrew University. The Israel Museum consists of four major divisions. The Samuel Bronfman Biblical and Archeolcgical Museum consists of fifteen pavillions containing exhibits from all parts of the Holy Land, arranged in chronological order. PERHAPS THE most Striking part of this complex is The Shrine ol the Boik. de.-igned to house the seven Dead Sea Scrolls, the letters of Bar Kochba. and other documents of the period. The Billy Rose Art Garden is spread over five acres of terraces and walks designed by the famous Japanese-American artists Isamu Noguehl, It contains the world-famous sculpture collection of the American show man ii closed, villions for the plasters coll Cf Sir Jacob Epstein and o? objects requiring shelter ir um elements. The Bei.lel National of Art w.ll have thirteen W J lions to house its outstanding J lection, of Jewish ceremonials jects and Persian art, in additiM to its collections of p, inti J sculpture and graphics. The opening exhibit will l0n J o! Rembrandts. 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Aor: ; 16. 1965 -.Ivnlsl-fhwMlnr) Page &C HiKftr TRUMAN Truman Exhibit Lent to Pavilion At World's Fair KE BUrrj I' h I Amu ; 3y S=;:i3l Report IT' I ll It I Ir I I ll • %  illy ->£•m apparent that the ritrumtnl rf recognition wj, I urn .--*d press release %  hie tor, ••• in had issued. The i-ijirj ••-• .ise is now in the" jman L riry in Independenc! Me |i r I' 1 I I |( Th I I I'"' I < I |L. %  A i, I I Jv 11 I III; |tbv ] I as i Ift'Sii; I' [Hall i !.' l( associate pro The Bishop Kept the Mezuzot at the Door By Special Report The history of Jewish-Christian relations, so checkered lor so manj centuries, has entered a new and far happier phase in recent years, Mites Prof. Jacob R. Marcus, director of the American Jewish Archives on the Cincinnati campus DI the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. As evidence of the changing character of relations between Christians and Jews here in tin United States. Dr. Marcus cites the fact that a Roman Catholic Rishop, in purchasing the home of a Jewish community leader, insisted that the traditional mezuzot, symbolic ol toe Jewish faith, be left undisturbed on the doorposts of the building. Few features of Jewish tradition can be better established or more widespread than the pracrmer President is lending the %  i i. Pavilion al the -iniic Torata and •' which sicnaled lion of Israel rs a:' bc aim .\ state. ft tes, under Mr %  -t ration, drama,-,.. Israel's stateinstant that i e.vstei %  cach\ search was Israel Pa irmal document c k'as none. had photo tign i n ; signed ed at With a to the then Pres President nn will 14 mark ,of l".S recog It Ol 1948, and it i ••!' (a>e %  loan %  ill. chairman isorj Board, president him in Inpeek Culture Series at T .torts Next Week ir lecture disontribution ol ern Civili anncd by the '' %  1536 Bay i the success rompli ted i n 'i Greece A-ill feature the f n %  eussion lead II. %  I.. • ol Humanities : Mum, Dr. • : in Greek Civilied five ^ jMrtts will be conducted lWL C3 "*cutive Tuesday,, H?/!? *' %  20, 8:IS p.m.. at .Mr%  kt layt HIT* U "> n fc nn "> Eft"* %  "be %  [ Spir„ ,.. v Pud "T-, t Fein, chairman of rum, announced series has been % %  i response i I '••<-< aroused from n the Golden Age ivUl be conducted hah! hours, and v discuttten and • re "Mythology Indent Greece." Culture/' "Hellennd Architecture. -lie World." tice of affixing capsular tubes called meiuiot to the right-hand doorposts of Jewish residences. The mezuzah contains parchments en which Hebrew verses from the Biblical Book of Deuteronomy are inscribed. i'us.verses — among them, the Jewish Credo: "Hear, 0 Israel! the Lord is Our God. the Lord is One" (Deut.6:4), and the commandment "tlove the Lord your God, and to -'•• %  <(• Rim with .-ill your heart and with all your soul" (Deut. 11:13)— are fundamental to the Jewish religion. The ancient practice ol en Capsulatlng them in mezuzot harks back to the biblical injunction: "Thou shall write them upon the doorposts oj thy house and upon thy gates" Attorney General of Dcl. are from 1<5I) to 1954. took up residence in a lovely home on Augustine Road in Wilmington, he affixed mezuzot to the doorposts of the house. Some years later. Young, whose many and notable services to Wilmington have included his presidency both of the B'nal B'rlth and ol Temple Beth Sholom, sold his Augustine Road home to the Most Reverend Michael William Hyle, Bishop of the Roman Catholic l)i Ocese 0( Wilmington. Bishop Hyle, on moving into the house, might have been expected to remove all symbols of non-Catholic piety — especially the mezuzot which Mr. Young had installed. But the Bishop chose to do otherwise. Recognizing the spiritual aspiration which had prompted Mr. Young to altix the mezuzot in the first place, and aware of their biblical provenance. Bi.-hop Hyle eleet'ed to leave Mr. Ycung's mezuzot undisturbed. 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Page 10-C Ed Sullivan Is Honorary Chairman Of Bell Testimonial Kd Sullivan was honorary chair.n of this year's biggest benelii banquet on Tuesday sponsored bj Variety Children's Hospital. The Television star accepted the top spot when he learned Miami w mid be honoring a fellow newsi an, Jack Bell, for his work in In hall of the hospital. Some 500 persons gathered at the DeauvUle Hotel on Tuesday. 7 p.m.. where they saw and heard noted author Jim Bishop presides as mas. ter of ceremonies, and enjoyed a l> pica! Ernie Seiler spectacular si iw. \mong those in sports, industry. and finance who served as coel airmen of the dinner were Sidi ley Ansin. Jerry Blank. Mrs. Aaron Courshon. James Donn Sr.. Mr* Murray Friedman. L. B. Maytajj Jr. William L. McKnight, Robert M. Morgan. Gene Mori Jr., Robert Pentland Jr., Frank Rooney, McGregor Smith and Leonard Wein. The Dinner Committee included Sidney Arcnovitz. Bill Baggs. Charles F Baldwin. Mrs. Sailing Bi inch. George Beehe. Dr. Sanel Leer. Richard I Berenson. Art Brans, Sen. Harry P. Cain. E. L. Cotton. James M. Cox Jr.. Radford R. Crane. Alfred Daniels. Oscar Dooly, George S. Engle. Wayne 1 riss. Jose Ferre Sr.. Ben Gaines. J: mes G. Garner, James Gerity .1 Mr and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. ,\i s Jennie Grossinger. Robert Hector. Jack Kofoel. Ed gi r B. Lau, Jack Leonard. S. C. Levenaon, William B. MacDonald Jr., John McDermott. Morns McLemor, Hank Meyer. Nestor Moris, Ralph Renick. Ernie Seiler, J. ke Sher, Saul Silberman, George B Storer Sr.. William Syms Jr.. p. ul Walker and Sam Winer. SHOPPING AROUND i WITH |2ccfc^>J^uW Diamond Kosher Salt This Passover you can build your reputation as a line cook, and you can do it quickly, easily and inexpensively. All you have to do is purchase i a box of Diamond Crystal Kosher iSalt and keep it handy in your kitchen. Then, whenever you have a recipe that calls for seasoning with salt, reach for the Diamond Crystal j Kosher Salt. It will lend a special flavor to all your foods whether tluy are fried, boiled, broiled o: oasted. because it's extra pure for extra zest. Another place that Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt sparkles is in your salads. Ordinary salt tends to wilt salad greens, but Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt will keep your salad greens crisp and delicious down to the last spoonful. Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is the leading salt for koshering meat ; and poultry. Look for the directions on the side of the box. Mother's Gefilte Fish While we sincerely doubt that any biology text includes reference to .Mother's food products, this coin pany. neverthelcsv is responsible for the metamorphosis in gefilte fish. Until 1947, the only gefilte fish available was the result of con•iderable time and effort on the part of the housewife. Every Passover season, the traditional gefilte fish recipe, handed from mother to daughter for generations, was unlocked, dusted off and laborious ly converted into a dish fit for i Passover table. About this time. Mother's, working in conjunction with the Good Catholic Paper Finds Little Bias Housekeeping Institute for more than a year, produced the first gefilte fish ever to be vacuum-packed in glass jars and sold through food stores. And it was accepted and certified Kosher for Passover by &f he Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. The tremendous year-round acceptance of Mather's Gefilte Fish, leasons Berne Goodwin, vice president of Mother's, stemmed from the decision to market it in glass jars. This enabled housewives to see for themselves that it-was really prepared just the way tradition dictated — and just like they made it at home. Currently, stocking up on gefilte i fish at the food store is commonplace, and only a small percentage of gefilte fish-lovers bother to prepare it at home. This Passover, housewives will discover the next evolutionary step. 1 Side by side with the popular glass jars will be Mother's Gefilte Fish in cans. While the two are equally high in quality, and both bear the certification of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of of America, there is a variation in the taste and flavor between the two. At present. Mother's finds that gefilte fish in jars is still the favorite. However, since its recent introduction. Mother's canned Gefilte Fish has been increasing rapidly in sales. It will be interesting to see if the canned gefilte fish will reach the height of popularity enjoyed by Mother's jarred Gefilte Fish. In the meantime. Mother's is happily catering to the tastes of people who prefer either one. • rt Duffy Mott Fruit Treats You can give every Passover meal you serve, andinbetween snacks, too, new Interest and variety with kosher l'Pesach Motfs Fruit Treats — Chunky Apples with Apricots, Raspberries, and Straw berries. Ycu'll find these favorite fruit combinations among the Passover delicacies in your market. All five varieties, including Chunky. Apples with Pineapple and Cherries, are available all year round, always with the "K" fov kosher on the label, of course. The special Passover pack is an answer to the wishes of housewives who have made a habit of enjoying Mott's Fruit Treats, a habi: they never want to break, even during Passover. Stave this dHi*btf"l. ro-'orf"! *> two-fruit blend just as it TOme from the jar to accompany "y a zo Brei" and "Matzo Mehr pan cakes, or with potato latkes. Add a bit of spice or a little wine, and you have a delicious fruit reliNh or compote — especially good ^ poultry for your festive holiday ta i ble. For during Passover week, when you want something special, try Mott's Fruit Treats as a tilling f or Passover bimtzes, with cheese when the blintzes are a main course lor luncheon or supper, or without cheese as a sophisticated dessert after a meat meal Top a mound of cottage chess*. with Mott's Fruit Treats tor a light but satisfying meal, a u.ooA idea *>' %  nv time of the year, OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs and furnishings attract from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Cradenzas, Lamps, Everything tor the Office of Distinction Interior dlgn md %  face planning. Open Saturday Morning PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. Inc. ?80t Southwest list Avenue T |ephon Highland 4-8221 Miami. Flcnda AMDEN. 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m APH116J965 %  Jrw ist Ihiilitr Page 11-C Utility in Battle Of Bigotry A special "tarn" is given to the children's seder at the San Francisco Jewish Community Center, where all of the seder plates, candlesticks and other items on the table were made in the ceramics arts and crafs class.. Jewish festival observances such as this, in which the children, and adults, participate fully in our cultural heritage, are a basic part of the proqrams of the YM-YWHAs and Jewish Community Centers ajhliated with and served by the National Jewish Welfare Board Continued from Pag* 1-C company's General Counsel, sever al Jews have been hired during the past year. Also, there has been upgrading of Jewish personnel. "One young man they hired was teaching Hebrew School in Allentown," Dr. Friedman said. 'Because they knew that their training program would conflict with his teaching hours, they arranged for him to take his training at a time that was convenient to him. "We hope that, .what Pennsyl\ania Power and Light is doing will encourage other companies to do the same, and encourage Jews to go after so-called untraditional jobs Companies will find they have ;> reservoir of creative talent that lias hardly been tapped, and may go a long way toward solving the dirrent shortage of management personnel in major corporations." In its annual Report for 1961. Pennsylvania Power and Light has this to say on the subject: "We are alto working to improve our recruitment posture by thoroughgoing dedication to nondiscriminatory hiring and promotion practices. We have had numerous discussions with representatives of minority groups and these have been helpful and ini structive. As a result we ar* acquiring, in this area, a broader understanding of what we need to do and how to do it." During this same year's period. 20 others of the nation's major utilities, headquartered in many i parts of the country, have met with American Jewish Committee leaders on changing personnel practices and policies. A recent Committee report said that these companies are making "significant progress, with hopes of even great i advances." in ending iliscrimii itory barriers on management li vels. New Synagogue Opens in Spain By Special Report A new synagogue, the third in Spain, has just been inaugurate*). II is situated at Paseo de Rosa lea 9. southern capital of the Costa del Sol. Both Madrid and Barce+ona already have synagogues, where the two largest Jewish communities in Spain hold religious servicev L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 WE INSTALL ULASK FOR EVERY IMIIPOSE! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Jumilur* Tops, Beveled Mirrors ond Resirvering Our Specialty Morris Orlin, Founder AJComm. Cites Grand Union's President Butler By Special Report NEW YORK Thomas C. But I '.tr. president and chief executive officer of The Grand Union Company, has been awarded the 1965 food Industry Division Human Relations Award of the American Jewish Committee Appeal for Human Relations Announcement of his selection to receive the award was made by Herbert B. Da itch, chairman of the Heard of Daltch %  Crystal Dairies, Inc., and general |chairman of the Division. The specially-engraved silver |plaque will be presented to Butler at a dinner on May 5 at the Americana Hotel here. The fete I will mark the hiqh print of the Ifcod industry s camp aig n in supIport of the bn:..11 human relations I program of the American Jewish |Committee. 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Page 12-C Inlttltrrldllstr Frid Y Awil OUR SHHfjW UAOtK Rabbi Joseph Narot Of Temple Israel PASsovfR Dftfcroirr or SERVICES ... fg. 2-A The honorary degree of Doctor of year as spiritual leader of Temple Divinitv will "be conferred upon Israel, Dr. Narot has been active Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. of Temple in many significant programs in Israel of Greater Miami, by the Hethe community. He is a member of brew Union College, its president, the Dade MeU\> Community RclaDr NeLson Glueck. has announced. tion> Board and ot the Economic Dr. (Glueck said that the awarding Program Board. He is immediate vttll take place on May 29. past president of the Dade County S -VMS' SW3 ==SE58SM studies in rabbinic theology and a "S^J^jSS^^^f^L aWMh the* on the ••Rabbinic Concept of Jewry S ."." rrayer,; He was ordainet on Us twenty CommittcP f.fth year in the ministry. The teleunder Rabbi Narot "s leadership, bration will take place at a CongTpmpUl Israc i has grown from 400 gregational dinner at the Dunont to j m family mcm bers. During Plaza Hotel. the j ast SCV eral years, the entire Dr. Narot was graduated from womcn have observed the High Western Reserve University in 1936 Ho [ v Days at services in the Miwith Phi Beta Kappa honors. OrTemp i e family of 3.500 men and Gained four years later, he went to ; a mi Beac h Convention Hall. Atlantic City, where he served as Dr Karot has become nationally spiritual leader of Temple Beth Isknown as a pr Mner a nd writer for rael until 1950. In August of that hc caUse ^ liberal Judaism. Sevyear, he came to Miami to occupy eral vears ago he was invited to liis present position in Temple to-1 a ^ vt M visiting Lecturer In Homirael. ktics at the Hebrew Union Colin Atlantic City, Rabbi Narot i e a C He is presently a member of served as chairman of the United jthe Committee on Liturgy of the Jewish Appeal campaigns for three j Central Conference of American successive years He was founder i Rabbis and a past member of the end president of the Atlantic City I National Board of the Conference. Forum. The Military Order of His sermons and bulletin letters World Wars in New Jersey award-, are constantly being requested by ed him the "Outstanding Citizen of i ra bbis and laymen, the Community • honor in 1943.; Amonp tn#S o writings, he has While in Atlantic City, he was ap: w jjlc< | .. An introduction to a pointed a contributing editor of the ; Faitlo .. A preface to Wcll-Being. National Reconstruction^. land .. A Primer for Temple Lit"." Now completing his fifteenth i-rh e ra hbi has been a lecturer for U.S. Clergymen Urged to Fight Anti-Semitism CHICAGO — (JTA) — The dirt CtOT of a survey which found that a majority of Christian respondents held Jews "most responsible" f:'r the crucifixion of Jesus urged Catholic and Protestant clergymen this week to take a more active role in the fight against antiSemitism. Dr. Charles Y. Glock, director of the Survey Research Center of the University of California, made the report and offered his proposal at a meeting of 38 clergymen and educators at Loyola University, a Catholic school. The survey was a study of the views of 3,100 churchfcoing Christian-, in the San Francisco Bay area. Dr. Clock reported tnat 58 percent identified the Jews as a group with the greatest respon ability lor the crucifixion. He told the participants that the findings suggested that "Christian leadership. Protestant and Catholic, must more actively undertake the mission of rectifying the centuries-old injustice of anti-Semitism" stemming from the deicide charge against the Jewish people. Re said that this "notion" was ".'till distressingly alive and a critical factor in perpetuating antiSemitic prejudice." A TASTE OF HEBREW 23 A Weekly Column for Beginner predated by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR ThL ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE • nH Ike AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Fdllor: DR. SHI.OMO KODKSH Pardon nic. lady, where docs one bu) stamps'.' [lie POM Office is not far fiom here. ?ari B3iB rfrn v..vmd OR. 10SIPH *. NAROT foe Jewish Chautauqua Society. having recently completed a tour of Puerto Rie> universities and religious seminaries. Rabbi Narot has a son. David, who is graduating from Yale University in June and a daughter, Ruth, who will graduate from Miami Edison Senior High the same month. He lives with his wife, the former Hclene Rubin Berg, and her children, Susan. 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Kpr+Jew§st> nrrHiftr Page 13-C Relish Community Must Take Battle Role „UMI SAMUEL APRIL %  T .mplt Or Olom Jewish community b. .it.cc.Hni** -l.rmovr th ludici '' h,? Generally tpeak us. y e • Hfith notable exceptions, definiteii Aside from the r;il>binate and .,.,•1:1,11 defense a g ,• n c i e s, the coicc i>l our Jew,i, community : is been strange|j silent, Some of ,ur distingittohed i leaders %  .,. lorthrightly la lead the .ml their %  ,-ii coun ttle Thej I si) ll '""' rlfied been %  lute %  • i i !•. ii iwev',.. in turn r ii eoi t orn temple Winners bceive Prizes g: shi-ru-! -•. %  li r, last \ Israel : i %  .'. pi ize in | • ied for contest. At • edit to ft Ai :. education Ktor : I h %  • school, for t h e i < | participated in the r: the Bureau |Jewi'h Education ror religious in the N. rth Dade area fTnoici. students were honored services on Saturday, with scial iwards from Young Israel distributed awards were, for Biirship Paul Bregman, I ier. Marc Horn, Joseph Mft. ond Barn Stark. pr athletics Robert Abrams, | It, Philip Jolfey, Steve I and Larry Weiner 'ilner Gets touting Award Wrilner a* presented with 8 Ut Avar. I ted bj li.iii'.-' %  La .. Saturday He m the morning ing the growing danger on th | right. There are the liberals — th genuinely sincere and the "Past I Jos." who typically manili-M jreal disparity between theory an practice. When they may be a .cited adversely because of thei .chefs, they drop their ethics lik. iot potatoes and run the ynmu if ratioralizations. Then, there an •he truly conservative: those wh spouse rightist views approaching | he reactionary fringe and, lastly, .. naJoiity. I fear, of Jews who an | afraid of what the Goylm *vll '• say." Too many Jews are still victim>f spiritual bondage as analyzed iv the great assayiM and philoso nher. Ahad Ha'am Jews, when ii trouble cry out. Help' Save us' n you >' ill. y in blood may flo i also." First, is our blood less rea ih.in theirs why this maudlin peal lo sell sh motiveinstead ol universal principals? Second, who ki ws w hat the fate oi the six-mil Ol Nazism mighl h l\ nil %  i ted every i inj stice in :he na mc ol hun i/? Wh) lenocide as the olution I !i nations to rike tut Warn • 1 for yo ... to make others list i.l ll \< c % %  :i ; mo ..i.i aid "I human opin \\ ly cringe bi I heir re id n Yet ever) day, ue hear .lews who hink it terrible thai s me rabbis wire pi i In i.on the road :, Montgomery, and that Selma was idled with yarmulka wearers Ask these people whether they believi n equal i"\;l rights "01 course." they maintain unequivocally, "bul let's not -;it involved as Jews." Bul the tact is that if we are Jews, we are involved. Let's be proud t'voice oul sentiments, del-Ian our opinions, proclaim the light of the Torah to mankind. SI rving proudly U eternal witness and moral conscience Third Anniversary Marked Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association last week cele brated the third anniversary of its North Miami Beach branch ofticcs. Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President Samuel J. Gillott reports "a substantial increase" in the activities of the Association's Mortgage and Loan Departments, and a concurrent increase in the number of new savings accounts established this year. Let! !9_riqIikQre Dgyid Hnrris. chqirjngn of the Hollvwood Beth Sholom School Board; Mrs. Hana Walsh, principal; Julian Silverman, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader. 3eth Sholem Students Listed \\ inners w e r e recently anicunced b) the Bureau <>i Jewish dui ..lion al .. me >..\ II C on gr r g a lion ol the Bureau's annual i y-Arl Con i ml Spellin [Bee i art i re some 30 religii in scho Is %  inner ol tin evii c itesl was Ava Hoi%  u I. third • student ai I en p e lem .' %  Spelling Bi c en pi %  i i, ; isa Via ridel ipiro, Runner up in the Essay Contest v as Julian Silverman, si n ol Mr and Mrs. Martin Silverman. 2443 Washington St., Hollywood, who won a scholai ship to Camp J u \ i Morton Malavsky, spiritual leadei ol Ti mple Beth Sholem, M iu.in i Walsh, prim ipal and H rris, i hairman <>! scho I the ntii Beth S n from County also ser Wilner, Fred 121 which Is NMitilua is a n | %  *IN TIMES OF SORROW IS* .., ~ .CU'GAS | • xpress what words ctnnotl I ,. SYMPATHY fLOv.tr, A\u\lltRE *a "tsar CORAi G4BLES "KB 1 ".UUOHDAU fR 1-7398 Report Luncheon Staged by CJA A campaign review and report luncheon for leaders of the Trades and Professions was held on Wednesday neon at the Dupont Plata Hotel Terrace Boom, it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. i 196.i Combined Jewish Appeal chairman •The outstanding success we enjoyed al our Million Dollar Break fast, which brought om campaign : ilmosl to the Si.100,000. mark, was MI important spur to all of our dedited wi rkers, Dr Lehrman sta ed "Now is the time for us to see how much farther ahead we are toward our goal of $1,435,030, and to make plan* for a successful finish to our 1965 campaign. %  >. • %  H .ides and lie-: !. m> :>.'. %  Ire.iily e\ nd at %  ell on thi i 11 1 1 iarj to meet he cut ur agencies it home and abroad." 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Eshkol Visit Augurs Well for Future ment had verv friendlv exchanges However, be that as it may with the Conservative Opposition Britain is not the only source of By S. J. GOLDSMITH LONDON (JTA' The visit to • l...ncion by Israel's Prime Minister. ;ind the Libera Is. was treated as the maUer Much depe nds on France Levi Eshkol. had been planned \n.&\ of a friendly Government by an j ^ e i;„ited States, and there is but remained nonco w hen Israels international posi, ^v,,^ nD coordination as yet between it in accord with ti lion, was at its lowest ebb. But it i. ->k plate when the situation has been transformed and looked much bris'iter The \ ;-it can be described ..an event that has changed little K r the present but one that will, no doubt, have its uses in the future. Mr Eshkol was received with ob\ i.xis cordiality by the Governprtws and public. He did net ask for arms, despite persistent rumors in advance that he was coming here to get some. That might have been the principal idea before the latest series of West German moves; but, as it turned out, no arms deals were mentioned. Warren Soned Heard in Series no coordination as Britain and the United States on 'the Middle East — let alone be' tween Britain and France. The main issue in all of Mr. EshkoCs talks here was the Jordan River water dispute. Here, again, the British do accept the Johnson Plan as a yardstick, and are prepared to work for something along the Johnson Plan lines as a solution both within and outside the United Nations. But, from this point, there is patently a disagreement. though a friendly one. The British GovemmefrM$-rf-he **"hkol can be ,well satisfied, and he said he was. But, as he put it himself, one visit is merely a milestone — not the • IEOAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUITCOUnVnTT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CTRCO^J FLORIDA. IN AND FOR nV~ T < COUNTY. IN CHANCE"^ No. 65C ;4->7 Y Til..MAS ORIBI ,., ,. omriERa. in'•"• N| Pte!mwr, VH. K. C. STKKl.K .,,„, I. M KTEELE. his I 'l-Miilant \'.\ Tl' NOTICE TO APPEAR I •' STEKI K ".*". J STKKl.K. l„u Nh AXl ami %  designer, sculptor, teacher and lecturer. His murals are at Wal'er Reed Geiieial Hospital in Washington. DC. the New York Telephone Building, and Temple Beth El of Hollywood. According to Mrs. Gloria Miller. assistant director of the Center, inclined to forego tanks and air the three remaining lectures are craft on account of their higher entitled "Mexican and French quality in the sphere of manpower Masters of Today." "Ways by Besides, they argue that their Which to Judge Art." and "What .sources of manpower are infiniteAit to Collect." ly smaller. their plan to divert the waters of the Jordan and its tributaries. British experts say that the Arabs are unable to execute their water plan. But Mr E-hkol told the British time and again, during his week s visit, that water is the lifeline of Israel. He said that no country could permit interference with her water resources, which have fed the country for millenia. and that any move in this direction must cause an emphatic Israeli reaction. Without sa> ing what this reaction might be, Mr. Eshkol reiterated this point on television. He added that, though Israel did not consider the danuer NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAl. CIRCUIT OF OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 33*6 U'.TIIII: i.M KM;I: 1 >l:i iitt vs. .;'.\HVS I. VKVKI!. I %  ndant. TO ULADYS LACKNER Resident Address I'nknow n Y..li. ULADYS I.Ai'KNKI: ... heretij notified thai a Complain! f"f Divorce has been riled again*! you, and ..... : %  r.required to s.rv. ... ... i.oir Answer or Pleading to th* Complaint on Hiplaint ffi Utornejr, JACK %  flOl iv ii:'i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida ami rile the original Anewer or Pleading in the ,,i. %  ,.f the '"I. rk of t>'.rin nil c t ..i or l.• r..r-.Hi.' till da] et Maj. %  •'.' %  li vou ta i to do -••. iudgrfault will l..taken against of armed conflict imminent. Israel ; %  ;•;','; ;';; would consider any attempt to transfer water from one riparian state to another as a threat to her and an act of war. demanding action on her part. He said — and this he also told 'the British Government — that, though Israel would not reject me .liation by say. France or some other great power — it must be remembcred that Israel had already gone to the limits of compromise when it accepted the Johnston plan nearly a decade ago liill of Complaint. Thi* notice shall K pnWIshed one* each week foi four consecutive weeks in Till-: JEWISH I LOR1DIAN. DONE AMORDERED :.i Miami PI irida. this Mth day • %  ( March. A.D IMS. K i: LEATHERM \\\ Clerk, Circuit Court. Darte '• -.mt>. PkriMn laeal) c f i-iiiTi, \\i> I leputy Clerk i .-••-' •.-•:• K2u Joneshoro It Atlanta, <: : ..ii |...in, by. through, i,i. I STEBI.E II ml Jl s and all pintles In I h ei any rieht. tin, propert) h. ,-. •> ,,. T*e w.: ... ,1, \' %  TI.K RIVKR thereof re; )!:<• 19 -I 111, Lad. .-..uill.. I" TO!' VND EAIM K v,„ b) notified il,o form i %  l.i Ml. .1 | 1.. of you on the h %  '" '" the :,i. ..n.i .-.,. I, quired lu ni. pleadlne rei ..: :l>. aataacatkana %  taken .... % %  •. DONE \\|, ,":i" .'..uni\ 'i.i.r'l,. ,,|. thla SOtb ,1.. id Man R R LEATIIEItM i.\ i %  ir. uli "oui i.. • I (seall B) K V u ) 11.1 %  I !-l-llJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK l> HEItEl s i he unil. I Hbtned, %  :. WKSTOVKI! lltMI'ANV II %  pornti •!. and \\ BSTi >\ Kli i'i Incorporated) at \. Miami Beat h. I li.rl.U. li later paid naini ivii! • i cirrk Clrculi Couri ... i. l.i.i PE Mil. MICH MM. BIMON M RICHARD A.NKI.MV AI torneyi. i.-r Appl •:,•-. I. in. ..].. Roai Miami li, ach, l-1 LEGAL NOTICE Two members of the Johnson Administration boarded the Zim Line's luxury cruise liner Shalom at St. Thomas, Virqin Islands, on a surprise visit last month in recognition of the increased tourist business the biq Israeli liner is bringinq to the Caribbean resort. Shown (left to right) are Capt. Avner W. Freudenberg, master of the Shalom, Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall, Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman. Gov. Gen. Ralph M. Paiewonsky, of the Virgin Islands, and Alfred Z. Kis. vice president for passenaer traffic of the Zim Lines. WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc*rtsl WKAT-FM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 65C 2273 KI.SIK B iRBHITE Mil. \\>'~ PI II'III. \ .I. '.-I: RAM! IN MIl.ANKS. 11. :. ml.,ni. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: .l"SK RAMON Mll.vNKS l'.ll Shu i-.la An line A|.l \... A-li Bronx •'.. N. a fork TOl" ARE HEREBY notified that :, i \.n.|.i.i.iit for Mvoroe has been -11-i BRalnal yarn, end n.u are kerekj miir.-.l t,> aertre .""!•> e€ >.ur anKVrt 1.. ill*%  'oinplaint ..ii the I'laintifr, altoraey. LESTER ROGERS. Whoee .MI*H. !• %  •• N W ltth Street Miami. Florida, and fiithe orbjlnal ... illvii-.w, iii thtaMoe of th. Clerk ol Hi. ICIeventh Judicial Circuit in .,.i.l fer l>aJ. ,'..ui,i>. l",..r.di.. en .. the nil da) of Mas I % %  HI default "I wlni-h th. '..ii, Maim ,M utaken .,eonfeeeed by yee DATED tlii-. n.Mli da) oi March. IMS. i: B L-EATHERMAN, Clerk. it. I lade Co inty, Floi Ida C P <•> H'KI.WI' IH-|>utv I'l^-rk 4 !•! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66092-C IN RE i:-t..i. ol H II.I.IAM I li, IHLPEI.D NOTICE TO CREDTORS To All i'r. and All I raoiu Hav. :,'.i,.~ oi Demands Atralnal Bald Eatate Vou •• hereb) notified and requlred lo preaent an) claims and 'i.-in. i. you ma. hat. ai ill m the • -i Hi of WILLIAM .1 II. 'Ill,I'Kl.li dn'eaaed late ,.t taade County, Florida, to the County Judftea ,.r Do le County, ami file 111• aante i" duplicate and ..> pi "\ Ided In 8e< lion Florida Btatutea, in their offli the Count) Courthouse In Dade I t>. Florida, within six calendar n from ii,. time if the fi,~i publl 11>. aante a ill i>> hart i d l'.i-.l ,,i Miami. Fl„rida. this I'-.th da) ..i March, A.D IMS LEONARD O. BUHRT Ai Administrator, .'uni Teetamento Anneao First publication "f thla notice on Hi. 2nd da,; of April. 1H,..".. MYERS, lll'.IMA.V KAPLAN Attorneys f... Administrator, C.T.A 1150 B.W. i^i Street Miami, Florida IS1S0 t :-j-i-r. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the uaMtersbrned, desiring t,. enxaa> In business under the fictitious ham. of COR \ I. R i: K F CONVALESCENT H' 'ME %  : 'oral Way. Miami Intends to resistor ssid name with the Clark '•• the Circuit Court of Dade County, l'i..i i. la. SVI.VIA D POX 4 t-t-M-21 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 3495 MTRON HK.KSH Plaintiff. v I MARILYN S HERSH, I r. ndanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti M IRILTN S I' KRSH •;s Snofru In \> enu. Newai v • • • l v.". MARILYN H HERSH ai • I • b) notified thai ., Bill of Comphalni for Divorce has he en filed attalnsi >..ii. and you i %  .1 %  sert cop) of > our Ansu.-i ni Plead!na lo ih. Bill ol '.., %  ,(.,ai,,i ..ii the Plaint' IfCs Attorne), I'M I. KWITNEY. !:> %  • 12a Lincoln Rossi Mian Beach, riot liia i.i.'l file tl.*orkfinal a,—iteei or Pk-ading In thi offlci of the rierk Of III. 'i: .-nil Court %  %  I', I" '"' • 'I" Mil da) of Mar, is*-, n you fail to do i s... ludgmeal b| dofaull ill be lakes. I i,t:,ln-l ..Ml for Hi. reflef ,lemalld! it. ih. i Complaint. This notlc. -hall be published o ..... I, osseli for four roaeecutlvi sre. in THK U.Wlsll PLORIU1AN DONE AND nRT>KRED it M Florida, this Hist ila> of Mauh. A l> E I. LEATHERMAN, Clerk C %  • %  ni: Conn fade County, Florida i-.al) BB I. RNRKDfCN hoput) Clerk I'AI I. KWITNEY n. ..in Pal Mian Bea. h Fla. ,'i: l-S %  • %  Attorn. > for Plaintiff 4 ;•-!< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni (TICK is HEREBY ,;i\ KN thai •luadersurned, deslrlnc t. ::^.,u. in DADELAND V I I.l. A O B APARTMENTS' .ii Dade Count) Intends t" lid nam< with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ul Dade County, Florida. EVAN OL8TER t ;-H-I-;S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN lhat th. indersurned, desiring to easjajga In business i.i.l.i the fk-Utioua nam.of DADE i:i.i:.'i'K. ,\l.s at K.is N.w. Mth Sire, t, Miami intends to register s;,i.i name with the <"ierk ot the Clroull Court of Dade County, Florida. HI .L1P8IT2 Bole > iv. i,.-I M \l:x FABER Attorne) for Applicant KM 2 Alnsle) Bids. 8/(i. 4'2->-lf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTM'E IK HKKKI1V UIVBN that tlie lualeralgned, deslrliigi to engfiye in business 'in.lei th. failiinns name ol nisi -I i-| KKN al nog M.W. IMrd Drive, In the Clt) ol Miami. Florida, Intends to regleter wild name with the Cle.k of ti.,. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida U INDON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, a Fla Corporatloa B) : Peer) London. Pi i.-,.!. IBM Cal.liii i: thenberg A Lelchnk Att. .,,..-> s for Appli.-ani % % %  •' % %  Bis. iyne B illdlng Miami. H..r.d ISUO ? %  :•, 4 ;'-!-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEKK ih.under star i ted, business and. r the I Si.l.s i"ll' .\. .i SIP IP ..I -I\ V H | Reach, Florida i *• num. a-lth thi I Court ,.f I '.oi. s. il. C vi;i'. i\ i. Idman, fjMst i Atioi ni \> for K -• %  • I W Fl.igh Miami, Florida %  i IN THE COUNTY JL'DQE'S C01ST| IN AND FOR DADE COL 1 ."' FLORIDA IN PBOBATE No 66406 IN RE r• I.. .1 IS N'EWMAN Decei NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cr< illtoi I in-. 'l.i .ms ..: I '. AM Kstat. V..U B! •he! isulred i" pri setil niands wh< l, v..; ma> hav* *oi j| the estat. i Ul'IS %  ,. used late ..f l.ul, lo the COUnt) JU'I-S of I**.' ty. and rill %  • .<:provldi In s, %  '.,-.. hi ti.. Ir ," "" *> ..sri rs.us. Il • i. ,*us'i ,i.i. '.\ Ithln six ih. Mine of the I I ill. hlUi. i ti ,i al Mi %  dn of M..r.-h. VI' J\J„ BIS A' .1 First pel the hid da> • %  MISS DIANA I i ">• S3i I. %  uii l: AVENDED NOTICE BY PlBJC"*, IN THE C RCU'T C( ."Jl ELEVENTH JUO'C -L C'lCUITOe. FLORIDA. IN AND %  0.P* COUNTY. IN No 6SC -'--' u ..u| PATRICIA SI SI Plaintiff, \i:i;N, ,N ui: .MITtl I '. %  lain SUIT FOR ov onct TO: V II Wrl .'.." % % %  • \ %  %  ,_ fc N. K. %  -! %  Pennayli __., Y.... Vernoi hereb) notlfi. I tl plain. for !'• and .. • again*! you. s-l., ., SI p) %  • tag to th, Bill Pluintiii Ul WAi-rmiN ITT North Mian F •rlginal Answei ... %  Court ..,i If you 1.. defaull a ^ BJ' for the relief demand* I "> •" %  oi.ipl.iint. Th.. nol %  • %  each week foi ,' v v In THE IRW1MI f >/'K DONE AND net-Ida, thiII* *' "•B, B. LEAT. I rjfcroeJt Court (•ami) ft i I k HENRY M UTf,K N Walukln I-," II" I7T.. Sans North Miami. Fl AH rne foi PUI



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today' Af** 1 16. 1965 Paqfc ISC i EGAL NOTICE nunty, —^TBYVUB UIC A TIO N N0 Ir,RCUlT COURT OF THE *£, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I lllUT. I I BRAZEN, I "tli'l'T FOR DIVORCE |„, nil |;KN'-i: llAZBN | r SSUch-Wh Street %  v '.l;,: r s,i-: BRAZEN are '',i-,,i thai .1 Complaint for *-* ";;';.•. % % %  '•' %  > i i '"1 >••"• JW l ,, ,,,., ,, .1 lo serve a copy % :>>" IJ ,,.. %  • lies < to ">• u „ ,,, iialntlfru attorney. • HI:N. Esq., 2761 Coral %  *" I ,,, V. I...... and HIth. orfiSSir.;'* idlng In Ihe offl.-e 1 ,-l.rk I.I lite I'irt-Ult I '"lilt ..II E2lS*Sn da) April. ISM '"•' ,, ,. ... -. (udgmenl b) rte...,, against you tor '".-.",.; .1."... .i-i In the Bill ... "",!!!.,.-.. -ii.'H be published once msrcuttvc wee ks rtffjBWIIH FI.0RIDIAX iSS iKB • %  i: i • i: I £ i-: 1 % al Mimni. %  ;:, ; ! %  > %  K. M. i'. %  %  UBOLDJ ClrtlEN I W > n -'. ,Gitomr* for llalnilf I.V.MAN" ik 26, t 2-9-16 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEveNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 3186 KHARD FORBES, Ilaintiff, ill..: FORBES, Defends nl NOTICE TO DEFEND I.II.UK FliRBKo .. i: HI Walk St* V.'k. N.V. M.II: Ki niitKS, A • hi i • by I ii-f.ni.iM pleadi • Hii r\ a oopy i .. fcll'i IK.N'K -..;•• I Rids Mi. urn ii. 27lb .lay i ill fault aill be %  %  J K II \.K.\ rilEltM \N, I'lerk, I %  Florida I i' %  • i i:i. \ N i 3 29, [iN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR D' is a\D FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3185 BAY'KIJ-: KUSKXISLATT, I HK.NI1I.ATT. i lam NOTICE BY PUBLICATION p' I.BON ItoSKNIII. \TI' ihir Streei Itrookljn, ,\. w fork 1 IRK HKRKIIV NOTIFIED that ICumplalni f..| Divorce has l... n filed % II and yo i are required lo P %  %  '" %  "f '"ii answer on rumtiir.. mi..ni..>, MORTIMER S. nuiKN, ;u ,vin*ic> Rulldlng, Miami. rv.rj ,,.| ni, ,,„. 1>rte | thereol %  itn the %  l-rk of n„. Circuit "..nrt ..n JOutt tin.'Til, day of April, IMS, r"' wl ;' p lain) will be taken 1 you. m Miami, Florida, Uaroh BATHKRMAN, Clark, i' nv. Florida Bj i" iCOPELAND !'• puij Clerk :t 26, I 1-8-16 'OT.CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME -s 11111I. r 111,. flCtltlOUfl llallli.l I 111(1 DEE SUPERMARKET at i31!i I Klngnian Road, IJpaure ."Ity. l-"la.. In-I 1'ii.u I,, register said n., .. with ihe' i'lerk ..f ihe Circuit Court ol Dad* County, Florida. MARlU'ERITE \ l: \l.l. ANTIN'O K0I1 iiwner I. DAVID 1.11:1:.\l \.\ Mt.nni j f.,r Alilillcant 80a lilnroln Road Miami Beach, Florida :: M. 1 -'-t'-l of March. A.D, I1MJ5. MARK >N ABRAH \MS As Administratrix C.T.A, I'ii il |i ibllcal ion of this n..ii. on the 26th da) of March, I!rt3. Tallanoff, waller A l.itinan Attorncyn foi Administratrix C.T.A. .: 26, 1 2--16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewist> fhridian •ollcitg your legal notJcass. W* appreciat* rout patronage and auarant** accurate aervice at UgaJ Dial FR Z-iiiOS for messenger %  •rrlce LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ill. K IS HEREBY iIIVEN that del -it 111.1 desli Ins to envagi In bUf ncss 1111.1, r illfictitious naniof PEPE'S III %  lli.'li: ai IIW3 n 1 -1 12th Avenue, lllaleah, Florida intend registei -aid name with the I'lerk of ih.Circuit Court of Dade County. Kh.rkla. PEPE OF MIAMI. INC. I:. .1,.-.. Xa\ aii". IMvsldi lli rnn 1. 1:1 1. \ Pr. wldi nl NOTICE UNDER I'.i.id. Xuvarro, Si .FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I VVi H.KMlN \ DIAMOXD XOTICE IS HEREHY CIIVKN lhat • HARRY M RoSEX the undersigned, deslrlna to enaagi in | Attn f Miami, Inc undi 1 Ihi 1 lei ;-1 %  %  1 J ~ ha f 1 I n-li DADKLAXD III: I •; 1 1 r s APAR'I MEXTS .11 Dade Count? intends 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi hush — in.I. r ih. fictitious hami ol DADELAXD VILLAS IT'ARTMKXTH at Dade Count) Intends In reglstei said nain. with ihe cinrk of thi Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EVAX i'i.sii:i: l/2.g.Ii %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2979 OXETHA ALFORD, Plaintiff, X H. tKCHIE Al.l'i IRD, 1'. .. ndaut. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, ARCHIE M.l 'BI >,v... 1. v. M Iiii \ .-11. 1'..ni 11. ni. are notififd lhal 1 Bill uf 1' foi 1 • \ 01 ha* 11 • Ii A MRU n .1 %  mi, and ) ou ., reqi In il to Bi-r\'i .1 %  .!'. of \ ,,:ir A nsw 1 iillfl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKIIKI'-V GIVEN tl the undersigned, d. siring to engage n business under the fictitious nam, .u.pi.l.Y BROWN RBSTACRANT at tlM M.W. 12tli Av.-nu-. Miami. Intends to register said name wl the Clark ..f the circuit Court -i Dade County, Florida. MARKET DINER CORPORATION A Florida Corp. 11 tRi .1.1' HHAPIRi • Attorney t"i Applioanl •,U7 Lincoln Rd., Miami Baai i> 1 B-16-J3N< the liusii at 8 B. ai na in 1 'our NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •TICK is HEREBY GIVEN th 1 indaraigned, desiring to engage 1 i.--s under the fictitious name A A.A. ELECTRl H.Ysis •61 Indian Creek Drive, Mlai h, I'la int-nds to register sal with HiClerk ..f the Cln t ,.f Dade County, Florida, CLAIRE SIMMS M.l. ott m-r 4 9-16-2S..,1,1 name ith th. 1 1, rk of ih, 1' ..ni Dadi • 'oiini (. I" Ida BV VN Ol^STBH 1 :.' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tilVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring la engagi n business under the fictitious lumin of KENNEDY HOC8B; KENNEDY I'I.A/.A ai 1866 nth Causewa) int-nds to register said nam-with tin Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 '..iintv Ilorids F1NI.KV P, Mi >SH 1 2-8-1C-2J 1 nf %  -..in %  : 11 11 on ill NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY \,-,, ., oakl-i 11 Smith Hal \. W FOR CHANGE OF NAME \.... m V i Miami, Florida, CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456 ,,,., ,. Igina Answer in Ihe To Who,,, 11 \ia\ Concern: ..it,. .,iln Clerk of the circuit Noii-Is hereb) given thai Ihi un-|'ourt befuri the Ssth % % % %  •-. % %  : dersluned petitioners, JOHN loSEPH vprll, %  '"'-•• If i"U fail to do -• %  ludgSCHl'RoWITZ and MRS JOHX .HISmenl h di 1 wll hi lak-11 agalnsl BPli SCH1 BoWITZ, whm resldenci you f--r (hi lellel dem led In the address i11 S.W, '.''Hi Vvenne. MlBill ol Complaint. aim. 1-1.1, County, Florida in the City DONE AND ORDERED al Vllami, of MIAMI Dade County, Florida. InFlorida, this 19th da) of Man'h, 1863 [end to i.ppl) to th. Honorable K B I.EATHEKMAN, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th ih. undi 1 -inn. d, di sii ing to engagi hlisln.-ss llli.l.i the fictitious 11.1111, HINO'S TAKE-OI'T Il j200 N \\ 62nd Sir— I. Miami. Flo Id Intend to register said nai Ith ih. Clerk %  : the Clrca.ll Coui 1 -f I lade 1 '.-mil v Flol i.l I MONO KEE WOXO >. a i|< YINCI W'ONO 1 ,-! % %  THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66554-B RE Eat 1 ,H ISKI'HI.NK WI'.ISZ. IHed NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN hi and Ml Persi I 1, in. mil.-Vga notified and 1 %  1 v claims and il 111:11 ha i. against %  1.. -I :'-:>-16 Eapian eel *Wld 3/26, 4/2-8-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3177 THF WILLIAMXIU'RGH BAVTNO8 HANK. Plaintiff, CHAItl.KS WINSTON SMITH. JR.. ct IIX. -t al. I '• i11.1.1 ii-NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Charles Winston Smith, Jr N, Darlyne Smith, his wife, 2*77-1 Rialto Street Madlaon Heights, Michigan You are hereb) notified lhat th< above raptloni .1 action hi1 tuted against M.II in t he <"li of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of r;..i .1 In and foi I ladi %  lowing described T..,I pro I .., .-. Bli • -I KIRS I' Al 1DITI0N Tl I I "Alt' IL Il"i I Ma t t I Page 1 of thi Pill %  %  .,1 |>adi ''" rlda, You pleading to phi nl Iff m erk of I attorm ( MARTIN FIX K I idi 1 cral Huildii Mia no) latei t ban ) Decree Pro I 'onfi --• rill .ie.iiii-i you DATED: M n h 1: I. 1.1: \ I 'Hi:!; MAX. 1 1 i cull Court, 1 %  ( %  eal) B K, M I.VM \.\ Depul) Clerk MARTIN FINE r. -1, ml Bulldli Miami, Florida 1/21 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3'61 MARILYN DEMISE FLEISHMAN Plaintiff STEPHEN ALLEN i'i.i:isn \i v \ Defi ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO STEPHEN ALLEN FLEISHMAN 2304u, Lim oln W'a Aln-s. Iowa Yon, STEPHEN M.I-I'N" FLEISHM \ \. .11 • hi 1. b) not if h -I thai BYRD V. Dl'KE, JR.. Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and foi Dade County, at his office In the f Dade,count) Court House, at 1:80 o'clock 1 AM., on the 16th day of May, 1865, or .,s soon thereafter as ihe) may be heard, for an order changing their names from JOHN JOSEPH SCHl'ROW1TZ and MRS. .HiHN JOSEPH SCIICBOWITZ. to .li'HX JOSEPH SH EH WOOD and MRS. JOHN JOSEPH SHERWOOD, by which name ih-y shall thereafter I" known. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of April. A.D. 1863 JOHN JOSEPH SCHI'HOWITZ and Cli 1 k. 1 "ii\ ait Com t 1 ial. 1 'ounty, Florida ,s-al) B) C, P. 1 il'i:i. XMi Depul) Clerk OAKI.EY %  : SMI ill 1 mi N.w North Rlvi r Di Ive Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ) 26, : 2-8-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3002 MRS JOHN loSHPII Si'lll RoWI'l/. I BERNARD P. SMITH. Petitioners plaintiff. THEODORE FISHER \s Mtorne) ANNE SMITH. 603 Ain.-I. \ Building Defendant. Miami. Florida SUIT FOR DIVORCE All Credit '..,\ Ina limn %  Said Bslati >',,u are hi ri b) Iqtilred t" prvaenl • mands a'hlch you •Ii, state of JOSKPHIXE WBI8Z, .1,. aai .1 late of Had< Count) IT" ,hi, 10 ihCount) Judges of Di founty, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 7^:t.i Florida Statutes, in their offices In ih. Count) Courthouai In Dade Coui Ity. Florida, within six calendar montha from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same v. ill i„ barred, Dated at Miami. Florida, this '. -I day "t March, A.D. P"'."KCP.T WELL1SCH As Ehtecutor Pi--1 publication -.i this notice •" i the 8th da\ of April. 1868. KI III' WE1.I.ISCH Attorm i for • state .>f |JOSEPHlXE WEISZ. 167 Alm-ria A Vi nue, • Florida 1 lereased Coral lo.i.I--. Phone: HI H-IM162 TO: ANNE SMITH ilreenpolnt, 1 '• klyn, Xew York You. WNi: SMITH, are hereby no. d -h.it .1 Bill of Complain! f<-i 1 1, har ... -i 1 il,1 agalnsl s o-i and v o'l .11 %  a COP) '. 1 Pleadl thi BUI of 1 'ompl lint on the Pis ST tXLF:Y 1 OOODMAN Mia rldl I Plead%  ,.f ih. eh rk Circuit Court 28th %  d %  %  : %  This In THE I i:v. ISH FLORID VN IMiXB vXD OBDEI March A.D 1 1 i.r \TIII:I:M W CI. rk, • %  in 1 ..ii t. 1 'a,'1' rids |ti i\ ]• COPELAXD l>e|Hi ST tXLEY E. 11 'I'M AN US' \ \\ 62nd Slrei 1 Fla 1 iX Attorn. •) for Plaintiff 2l 1 2-8-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144. A IN RFEsls %  : \ \-CES BENJ VMIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Pi ISOIIK I I 'id .i. %  RAXCES BEX %  I %  .' : 1 m duplli ate s. ;., %  ho 'm 1 'a Ii ... I, publl at loll 1, .un. n ill he hai Dated at Miami. Florida March, A.D IMIII IP I MILLER '/.KS \ M MI TIN \i:\.. n Flrsl mi "I ihls notice on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT March, 1 |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, PHILIP J MILLER FLORIDA IN PROBATE tors No. 66447 • i. .Ii, Rll Miami Beach, T .1 4' l-162:: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO 6=-C-3683 RASA1.IND VBBOTT, -issiT I-'' n: DlVol VLAX \ P.I %  • ••'•T. ndanl >-.. u tN \nn< I'T r Cresl Xi'K Y01 e hi %  eql • \ 1 '. 1 11. 11 v 1:1 ii n sii \ TIKI i. 927 1 .In 1, Florida d %  %  x Pli ad I ns th. : 1 en I 26, 1/2-8-P IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANH C-R nAriP i*OUNTV, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61761-B IN RE: Estate of \t:l: Ml \\l SILVER, ,-, .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPL.CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN RE i:-!.' S x\l I1: VNK LIKW, 1'. eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and Ml Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said 1 tai x,..,, are hen b) "-' ; II • d and required i" present any claims and dem.ni.l>x In. Ii x "a max h.ix aua n-t i>| SAM FRANK LIBW, ed late id 1 'adi t"Niunt). Flol id.,, to 1 h, t'ount) 1 tidgi s ol 1' ol. 1 'oiintx and flip t he -a In %  Mar, h, SMITH A \l VNDLER B) II 8 "ith Attoi n-> for 1 'oAdmin strs PIT l.in, "In Road 1 -'•.. I 2-9-16 %  ,m .,. ',,.... \l > ;... 1965 .,,,. %  dell bi takei ngalnal yi iu Ii ,' %  nded the 1 'ompl n VTED al Miami. Florida, tl \ pi ii. E. B IEATHERMAN CLERK CIRCUIT COURT DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA rSeal) BY I. SNEEDEN li-putx Clerk 1 1-16-2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144-A IN RK Eatate of FR \N. i:s BENJ \M1N" I .1-. .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: T" VI.I, PMKKoNs INTERESTED TN THE ESTATE OK SAID DECEDENT You are hereb) not fled thai a written Instrument purporting to bi I last xx ill and lestam< ni of sa Id deci • !. -,i '::.. beei ndml led to proba : • Court. You eb) cornled a Ithln \ ah ndar months fi -in 1 he date ol rsl publlcal of th 1 and shov %  you can, the actloi lM ll"t Btl ki .1 u F BI. \N n IN Px c DICK CI. PHILIP 1 MILLER %  ,, X 107 Mm oln Rd \i an Bi ach, Fla. %  >i publics Is notice 1 Ith da] of Mart h, 1 1'ii. I --9-16



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~<3fewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 16, 1965 Section D Passover and Jewish Social Conscience T HE concern for locial welfare needs has long been the com charactei istic of Jewish immunities throng h o u I the ttorld down through the ag.'s. The ical tradition of caring tor %  underprivileged has given rise world Jewry to what is ablj the most highly devel, i net w o r k of international nthropic programs in hjatorj While many reugioua oosen on all holidaypa) paili.' l.ii attention to various forms ol table endeavoi, Passover has part cularly endowed i th •mes age stressing social w I iai" obligations, but with special atte. tion to the needs ol the pc r in a manner upholding the human dignity of the individual. The familiar invitation recited near the beginning ei the Hagad dan during each seder service. "Let all who are hungry, come and eat." clearly expresses the concern for the simple material needs ol the poor during the fes live occasion. In line with the Passover theme ol freedom lor all. the rnesss ;e als i comej the idea th.;t there can be no true free dom as long as a man i> hungry since his material wants prevent him from enjoying his right to human dignitj Meeting Local Needs Sine e Biblical tradition lias handed down a sense ol Obllga ti n for all Jews to be concerned with the welfare of their !< %  >ten tunate brothers, however, it would not be the indigent alone who would be prevented from experiencing the full spirit of freedom if any members oi the commun ity went hungry on Passover. Aware ol the special import ante for Passover observance oi caring for the material needs ol the poor. Jewish communities long ago instituted the practice ol devoting philanthropic efforts in the weekbefore a Passover to the needs of local indigent Jews This has survived to this clay in the form of special Moas CMttim, or matzoh lund appeals, which provided not o n I y matzoh, but wine and other necessary food items to enable the poor to observe the festivals in proper style Regardless of what charitable activities were carried on throughout the year, the matzoh lund appeal-, known in earlier Continued on Pige 15D We were slaves unto Pharaoh in Egypt *And QJ JW" Us ;n



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rApril 16. I 965 +Ja*istMeridian Page 3-D „,„,, 0 f citizens to 45,000 *riTi. Tel Aviv had alkfii' ...habitants The %  H,,; movement developed •4 an" more than 15.000 %  *f iere added m 1931. gSwrtS ac lJ3,.*-w< %  •"• "• 150,000 dunams. Increase of Immigration The history ol Tel Aviv is not 'mpied of difficulties and on£des The city had to face many SUie*. agaiM two alien govJSrtstoparticutar the Turkaudtte British. During World f, r I .he Turks expelled all the win residents of Tel Aviv and forbade their stay In the town. M Tel Aviv did not surrender I JSi surmounted ..11 the obstacles. I rhe Arabs of the neighboring jiffa also distui bed and bothered Hie Tel Avivians during the decides that preceded the advent of I the state of Israel. The advent ot the State symbolIIf the turning i>"int. not only in the history of the Jewish people but of Tel Aviv too. From j town of 210,000 in 1948. it became a bustling cits of 400.000 spread on an area of 50.000 dunlins, with 40.IKXI buildings. About JO percent ol the city's area consists of built-up zones; 3.750 dunams are covered by paved publicnays and roads. 3.200 dunams by parks, public gardens and bouleIrards, 4 50 dunams by rivers illavarkon and Nachal Ayalon). 1510 dunams by railroads and rait say stations. U'o dunams by ports, IN dunams by cemeteries, 2.500 dunams by free building plots, II5Ddunams by built up areas. Canter ot Culture Tel Aviv is the economic, commercial, cultural and social center of the whole country and a tenter of light industry in parPASSOVER GREETINGS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH MIAMI 5750 Sunset Drive — South Miami, Fla. F.D.I.C. Member of Federal Reserve System Rabbi and Mrs. S, M. Machtei Marvin and Naomi Taub, Stella Regina and Leo Jay Stitsky Extend to All Jewry Best Wishes for A Happy Passover Tel Aviv, the first Jewish ci'y, where the impetus of construction and development has not stopped and will continue — in spite of all 'he intricate engineering and architectural problems and the social and material difficulties. Tel Aviv's skyline is undergoing constant change today, with skyscrapers more and more dotting the horizon, including the tallest buildings in the Middle East. ticular. Tel Aviv is the largest center of the diamond industry — one of our most important branches of export The export of diamonds from Tel Aviv amounted in 1962 to SCO.OOO.OOU dollars. The second biggest branch of export is the agricultural products branch— $22,000,000. All the exports from Tel Aviv enterprises and companies amounted that year to SL30.000.000. The banks and commercial services, the investment and insurance agencies are also concentrated in Tel Aviv and the "City" of Tel Aviv serves the whole country From a total of 30.000 enterContinued on Page 12-D TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Red's Generator & Starter Service BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS SALES and SERVICE 2546 N.W. 36th STREET Ph. 633-9304 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Urrutia Aviation Enterprises. Inc. SUPPLIERS OF AIRPLANES AND THEIR COMPONENT PARTS "BROKERS' Saul Urrutia, President 201 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 444-7308 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL THE NATIONAL BREWING CO. FLORIDA DIVISION 637 N.W. 13th STREET — Miami, Fla. M. Cecil Somerall, Gen. Manager FR 3-3147 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRANK O. PRUITT & SONS, INC. -INSURANCE350 NE 15th STREET Phone 377-0691 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PANTS MANUFACTURING CO. 547 N.E. 1st AVENUE FR 1-5013 MR. J. GROSSMAN SANTA CLARA PRUNE JUICE CO. Only Juice with Vitamin Q DAD'S ROOT BEER BOTTLING CO. MANUFACTURER OF ROYAL CASTLE fttRCH B€ ER



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Page 4-D SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED CALL FR 3-2191 For Dealer Merchandise! in Your Neighborhood 24 hour servlCE BLOCKS CUBES CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION %  Jew 1st florid kin Friday. April 16, u FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami' "PhorieFR 3-2191 Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-1616 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ARTISAN CABINET SHOP • FURNITURE & CABINET • • MANUFACTURER 292 N.E. 71st STREET Ph. 759-4923 HOLIDAY GREETINGS from TMl WILLIAM J. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC "COMMIT! MTtCTfVf MtVKI" Room 915, 111 N.E. 2nd Avo. CONGRESS BUILDING DIAL FR 13934 TOAU. SEASON'S BEST WISHES JOHN F. ALLISON TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Abbott Gardens Private Sehool NURSERY THROUGH 9th GRADE 7705 ABBOTT AVE. Phono UN 5 2646 HOLIDAY GREETINGS ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. FatWon Mort Bldo., Ml NW la* Covrt % %  MM MOf FMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC %  CflOMMfV ^ ClHHCB ^ •?€. S3 MMUAM MM Mi.U*i. U. TU S 247S A HAPPY PASSOVER SAM and MILDRED LUBIN Events That Shaped Our History By LEON J. ELL A brief sketch of the highlights that shaped the history of Israel might help to understand Israel and the problems confronting it on its Fifteenth Anniversary. All through the ages, the prophetic declaration that there shall be a return for the people of Israel after a long period of exile and persecution, was always uppermost in their minds. The prophecies that the land will lie desolate and barren, and the Lord shall eventually gather the children of Israel back to the land promised to their sire. Abraham; that thev will auain make It young and fertile, "and that'the dry bones of decadence and devastation shall take on living flesh; that the children of Israel will be the breath of life to that long desolate and drought-stricken land that was once flowing with milk and honey was never forgotten. All through the centuries of dis.1). every religious .lew prayed daily for the realization "f the prophecy of ingathering. All through the ages, thi rl III ;<> the was never relinquished in i c er ii %  %  • "i .lewish habijh the millenniums children Israel n i ed the declaration, "If I forget you O Zion, shall my right arm wither The Fait* Messiahs During the endless time of wan dering, there arose, from time to time, dreamers with promises of redemption and return. Cabalists exercised their minds in an attempt to figure out from the Bible the year of return and succeeded by mental gymnastics to support one or another claimant to redemptive powers — only to be pitted against reality and thrown into the despair of failure. The most recent^me was Sab bat.v aprt^Dowftnj-the "false mVr his i\\ ers and scheme thi I %  veil the i plan of redemption, and iKf^ lowed suit. Fo r decafe, £*,J ish people were ,orn *££-, disputation as Iu whethe* bethai Zevi was the redeem,** The only thing that ken,t> Jews of the world together w> their joint misery and opomJ in all the lands in which tw dwelled. It took decades of JL mentation and disputations •QKJ ally completely eradicate "the !" lief that Shabbethai Zevi uj anointed one. They never ever, gave up th.'ir firm he that sooner or later, m God'< u and time, they would be releenw from bondage and returned •( land of their fathi PI Lovtrs ol Zion In about the year 1R60. gent movement lor the r e Land evideaaj itself again am r.. the young Jews ol Eut pi determiw on i return to thi land fathers. Hundreds | -i. | erally walked -i,i and othi i tries to pj stine for the to redeem am So great and love for I | ID thai year %  first 4 Jerusale i HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone FR 1-8473 *|/T BEST WISHES C & N Service Corporation Guaranteed Repairs and Maintenance AH Makes of Air Conditioners* freezer* ; WE HONOR ALL FACTORY WARRANTIES 844456 SW 27th AVE. HI 5-263!) TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS J.C.S. Engineering & Development Corporation JOB SHOP, COMMERCIAL HEAf TREATING AIRCRAFT & INDUSTRIAL PARTS SPRINGS-ALL TYPES 211 West 22nd St., Hialeah TU 8-7911 HIALEAH HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrons W. .1. Fit IIT General Passangsr Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETNGS tieWrrf hts Jim Cmmmj READY POTATOES 2X01 M.W. 25th AVENUE PHONE NE 5-4437 TO HAPPY HOLIDA CHARLIE'S RADIO & TV SHOP TV & RACi "No Sub • lute for Expeence" 620 N.W. 62nd STREET Ph. 757-8241 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MICHAEL LEMME JEWELRY REPAIRS 406 Professional lldfl -I*. OT-ViSi TO ALL SEASONS BEST WISHES HAPPY Horn TAVKRX 3680 CORAL WAY Phone HI 8 2733 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO AU HIALEAH PAINT I BODY SHOP PAINT A BODY SPECIALISTS 1997 PAIM AVE., Hiah* PH. 885-2232 Ta Ail Our Friends &PaW PASSOVER GREETINGS BARKIN ENVELOP* MFG. CO. 2740 SW 28rh lAN Miami Phone HI *W* HARRY BARKIN



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April 16, 1965 *Jm*i$t> ncrkJiar Page 5-D In ',882 Baron .ie Rothschild -iTio their assistance and KLi ,iUblW> colony in Pale. .^iXcha good number f-^voun, resurgent dream. P tiled The colony was named \?& leZon. meaning first in k%,ecolu..> now has grown & proportions. .„ lM4 captain Alfred Drey I „,";„,ssimilated French Jew. •I charged with treason for alSdySving sold military secKcermany. and w. tried by m'itarv court and convicted. L^hoto aspect of the easels alertly an.i-Se.muc that .t ll-,ed the attention of the Earn pres> Influential new*S ol! that day sent repre'Sutives to report on the trial. i vwing assimilated Austrian L b"'the name of Theodor Herc. represented the Vienna vTut Freie I'n-sse at that trial. Xbf acts and procedure of the trial convinced Herzl that assim Ukn was no solution to the Jew. Uiroblem; that anti-Semitism nbeyond the religious affilia lioB or the manner and behavior ol tie Jew. He was determined %  „ r ." lomething about it. Herzl ill ... aroused that he wrote a punpblet entitled "The Jewish I sta'This pamphlet created such orld ide interest that it jupjed the railing of the First Zior..-t Congress in 1897. in the ila. .• and modern political ZionBB JS bom. Herzl attempted ( jti liplomacj to obtain Pale ltin( :or the Jewi of the world HAPPY HOLIDAYS M\0 inc. CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS till LINCCHN ROAD Miami Beach ih. fttt-MH i *0 Av. GREETINGS JOHNNY'S PURE SERVICE Pure Firo.f a O aaotaf m % vre Ube Motor Oih Wtt TIRES BATTfftliS We A.-, to Please" •05 E. Ofceechobee Rd Mialeah PASSOVER GREETINGS ALU OF MIAMI M: C Mra. Sig Sdmekhnan WOO HW Stfc AMMt TO ALL OUR r ; ENDS i CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER G*Wman*s 71st St. SHELL SERVICE 7Ut A ABBOTT UN 64951 HAPPY PASSOVER T %  friends and Patrons Jim Wood Land Clearing 3 W5 N.W. 54th STREET Ni. NE 5-6102 LlON J. ELI IS a. retired attorney. author and u'i>rld traveler. He wai appointed j member of the White House Conference President Eisenhower and served as a member of the U.S. Refugee Committee, rcprcsentuig the U.S. at the Intergovernmental Committee on European Migration at Geneva in 1958. Hast president and honorary life president of TempleHelh Sholoin he serxed on the board of the Union of Amer:. :n Hebrew Congregations. Currently he ij president of the Jewish \atioul Fund C o ii 11 i I of Creuter Miami and dleo fert'eJ on the board of the Orcitrr Miami /ru'ish federation and came within reach of success had he. at his disposal, a paltry' six or seven million dollars that the Sultan of Constantinople needed at the time. The Jewish National Fund The Second Zionist Congress convened in 1902, under the leadership of Theodore Herzl. Dr. Hermann Shapira proposed the creation of the Jewish National Fund for the purpose of collecting mon. ies from Jews all over the world for the acquisition of land in Palestine, enabling immigrants who wished to return to settle and cultivate the land to do so. The Jewish National Fund was organized — the greatest single practical step taken toward the redemption and colonization of Palestine. Blue and White collection boxes appeared in almost every Jewish home in the Western world and contributions were made, however small, religiously, on every occasion, in pennies and nickels for the purpose of redeeming the land of Israel from the Arabs who claimed the specific properties. The Blue and White boxes of the Jewish National Fund, in less than a decade, became part of Jewish religious living. Mothers would not consider it prope r to usher in the Sabbath by lighting the candles without first depositinn a coin or two in the Blue and White box. Land was purchased Continued on Page e-0 *4 HAPPY PASSOVER HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS Lowest Prices—Best Service on Miami Reach FREE DELIVERY — JE 8-4445 SIS Washington Avenue Miami loach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO. 9345 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-4461 Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So. Dade SEASON'S GREETINGS CHAt \CEY STOXkK MHIESSHS 3550 N.W. 5th AVENUE J. George Castelli FR 9-1839



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Page 6 D *Jcn1st> fh>ridfiar Friday. April 16 T)e< LAJishes lor the f~ asscver /* *H^r^B %  ^H ^H v r rnHB a_ W!*' ESI 1 %  "'" ^1 ^r^-\ Left to right are American Jewish Committee President Morrii B. Abram greeting new U.S. Moroccan Ambassador Ali 1 gelloun a* AJC's New York headguarters as Harris Berlact, AJC Foreign Affaire Committee chairman, looks on. The Am bassador s.aid Moroccan Jews and Moslems have "cm ei cellent relationship," which is becoming "even stronger ist movement applied itself in earnest to colonize Palestine in the sp-rit of the Balfour Declaration. Land was purchased by the Jewish National Fund andb private people for coloniatki Stalwart pioneers migrated Palestine determined to redet Greetings for a Happy Passover • • • the 3,000 year old joyous festival of freedom FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY



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. April 16. 1965 + kys t IIh,idlr Pog 7-9 K.. a ml that was once their own. 7, an< l denuded if trees and L f|t „uon. a* coming to Mo E nd Arabs from surround%  i couotr.es attracted by good "Iflocked U> Palestine in the \1 f thousands to seek emA-mePt in the ne colonies esS s heh com iinmity of j'ilc>tine uecijied itself an independent Mate and was immediately reco^nued by Hussia. the United states and prac tiially all other members of the United Nations except the Arab states. The Arab countries reject ed the United Nations' decision and declared w a r against the newly bom State of Israel. Then leaders appealed to the Arab pop ...>Ualiwi in Palestine to leave their homes so that .their armies could wage a ruthless war of extermination against the Jews and drive the remnant into the Mediterranean, with a promise that the Arabs will return and inherit all Jewish possessions. The result ol this war is well known. A few hundred thousand Arabs deserted Pale stine. The majority of .those who ran at the request of (heir leaders are now still living in camps situated in the neighboring Arab countries, living on doles provided by t h e United Nations, Hundreds of thousands of indigent Arabs from all over the Middle East moved to those camps claiming to be refugees in order to get the dole which, by our standards, is very meager, but nevertheless on a par or better than the standard of living pf part of the population in the Arab states. It is claimed that there are close to a million refugees waiting for resettlement. Actually no one kiiou.-. how many bona tide refugees are found in those camps and the actual number of people that should be on the dole list. It i> a fact tiiat a great number it the retugees are registered under two or three different names in order to get triple doles. There has never been a census taken of the bona-fide Arab refugees in the camps. The Arabic countries del.' a solution to the problem in order to keep up the agitation against the State of Israel. Israel Sine* its Creation Israel, the ancient land of the Bible, described as the land flowing with milk and honey, was lar from being a land to sustain a large community. The new immigrants, survivors of Hitler's erematorias and from other lands of persecution, were cpming in by the. thousands to build tinland and rebuild their broken bodies and spirits. They found a country of swamps and desert waste due to centuries of neglect. They were determined to build up their homeland with their own hands. The job they did is a tribute to human faith and spirit. It is taking a great deal of sacrifice and Continued on Page 10 D pASSOVeR QKeeONQS I To commemorate the enduring spirit of iwdeptodwc* CHASE r= E: D E F? /\ L• AV.NOft AND LOAN A50C AT ON SIX CONVENIENT LOCATIONS HAIN OFFICE; LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1100 ARTHUR GODFREY R0A0, 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE. AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDING AVE. WORTH MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH QADE..N. WER0M.L DRIVE AT U.S. 1 ^"\7^^ HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL FROM AMERICAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH SHEPARD BROADf President • 1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE JE 2-5566 BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH Wishing All Our Many Friends the Best of Everything HAPPY HOLIDAYS FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC. MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS 1 N.E. 40th STREET Miami *h. 757-5763 Laura and Al Nason PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL B. j& B. VSI"AI-S. IXC. 6741 N.W. 37th COURT, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. 696-4401 Benny Malver, Pres. GREETINGS... SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC. 411 FORMS Of INSURANCE 113 ALMEMA AVENUE CORAL CABLES Phop.* HI 9-2555 TO ALL GREETINGS — AL and NAT ZALKA CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. "EGGS FRESH DAILY" 41 NW 10th STREET *R 94675 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER Iff # ft #Y*Vf ft II IHAOUITOKS 1590 N.W. 54th STREET Phone OX 1-4652 NOW LOCATED at 3115 NW 4Qth ST. Ph. NE 4-8525 HART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS Residential — Industrial — Commercial TO All OUR NNMM AND ACQUAINT ANUS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHAFKIN 1903 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL from I.IISTIIHS MST.U HAXT Lester and Marion Sachs 421 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, Miami Beach



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Page 8-D + knlsii nortdton Friday, April 16, rag PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BARBARA and HORACE BURNSTEIN Ew Resort MOTOR HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET Miami Beach, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS MARTINIQUE HOTEL 6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH UN 6-5711 JERRY GRANGER, Manager MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER and MR. AL RUSKA, Manager Caribbean Hotel ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET and their families extend best wishes FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY BALMORAL HOTEL 9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean EXTENDS TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS Sherwin Winn, Vice President General Manager GREETINGS FOR PASSOVER BERKLEY SHORE HOTEL 1610 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5731 LOU NADLER FRANK GREGORY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL CONTINENTAL HOTEL 4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 04721 BARRY HESSER, Manager • The instruments may have been improved and new techniques developed, bu* in all the 50 years that th* Joint Distribution Committee has been serving needy Jews throughout the world, its concern for their health and welfare never changed. Photo at left shows a Jewish war orphan being examined in Rumania in JDC medical and welfare program in Eas'3rn Europe following World War I. At nqht c lewl ish teen-ager in Casablanca receives bisl monthly checkup at the JDC-supportec OSEl clinic. JDC, which marked its 50th ar.r.'.verl sary laU December receives its funds rr.:in]yl from the campaigns of the United lewisA&l peal. The Role of Gems in Jewish Lit e By OR. H. RABINOWICZ "A woman of valour who can ** find?" demanded the author of Proverbs in somewhat cynical rhetoric, "for her price is far above rubies." Precious stones figure in the Scriptures in a figurative sense: they are symbolic of beauty, value, durability. Flowers and foliage are fair but ephemeral whilst perns retain their sparkle and their coloration for hundreds, even thousands of years. In a world of change their permanence has .i charm of its own. pagan or mythological nn tions. They are prized aobji for adornment, • %  il ellisr, ng i garments of (he (laui Israel, •tudded into sigi encrusting crown? or roj Thev are lokfi ( fri The jewels of the Bible have no currency and occasionally .ban WE EXTEND CORDIAL i J_T_L PAS Best Wishes for a Happy Passover MOULIN ROUGE RESORT MOTEL On Indian Creek at 41st Street Miami Beach HOLIDAY GREETINGS CLAVELON HOTEL 4210 COLLINS AVENUE JEfferson 1-1171 Mr. Irving Podolnick Mr. Arthur H. Bart MONTMARTE HOT 4775 COLLINS AVE Phone JE M731 THE National Hotel and the Koretzky Family Wish All Their Friends and Guesfs A Very Happy Passover BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER SHELDON HOTEL 227 7th STREET Miami Beach JE 8-762' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LebotV SURREY HOTEL 4390 COLLINS AVE. JE 1-01 MIAMI BEACH BOB LEFKOWITZ, Owne: HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SHELBOURNE HOTEL 1B01 COUINS AVENUE MIAMI ***" SEA SHORE HOTEL 1390 OCEAN dWVE Jl "'' Mr. & Mr: Max Feigeles Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshervker



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. April 16. 1965 -JewistncrkHar Paq 9-D I*** of( evil spirits or influ** .rtiest Biblical reference I 2TrtOi.es occurs in Gen. WP^'P Sued from Eden as ;;^nOh,n.l,vided.n.o >' n: V< "The name of the fe;%£n; That to it which lh the l" l e ,and of rrtere there is gold; and KtrfSMand is good; there I** 01 '1 „i the onyx stone." 5?? identify the land j Slith northeastern An Early Art gem engw e k „ 0 .un Mesopotamia ai ,;,! %  : Hence l e h im he rabbis tell us. wore IS i' -k •• '"• ciou s *T Kthe pocr ol healing On 1 £to aaz.-.l upon >.. He.beI s „pon Haaar'i cfi.ldren ,,rls 'their lustre more RtfS ^ light r 0f tt.em." KU Rebekah for hu masI, nlsaa( Ehezer gave her C'goldenrins ol half a shekel I and i"" bracelets tor her Eds ol ten shekels weight of Ijoid." J" A (,-i;v .1v loped ecm enaravlng liidustnflourished in Egypt 1 IS time ol the Eighteenth D> L s HS80-1350 B.C.E.), and the llsNelitw despoiled thei r task Ima-tcrof many precious stones, la fitting reparation lor genera|,j,n of bitter slave labor. %  Geological surveys indicate that %  apart from the fabulous King SolCon's mines, Palestine and Syr |u ire lacking in gem deposits |TV Israelites received most of %  their precious stones from other [buds and from oilier peoples. |TV) mere broughl by merchant %  caravans traveling from Babylonia to Persia ami to Egypt, from ISaba and from Tyre. The Queen lot Sheba gave Kin-.: Solomon "a [hundred and twenty talents of [sold, and precious stones." The [navy ol Hiram brought to SoloImon [ram Ophil plenty of sanIdaluood and precious stones." [These fre needed tor the adornWest German Chancellor Ludwiq Erhard (center) chats with Prof. Max Horkheimer (left) and Zachariah Shusier (riqht) at reception in Bonn lor German teachers who Uudy U.S. Educational methods in a program s'.arted and supervised by the American Jewish Committee. Shuster is European director of AJCommittee. Prol. Horkheimer is program coordinator in Germany. ment of the Temple, and the throne of King Solomon was surely one of the wonders of the ancient world with respect to decoration. The High Priest The sapphire and the emerald can be readily recognized, but many of the stones named in the Bible cannot be identified today with any certainty. Like other ancient peoples, the Hebrews did not classify the precious stones according to composition. They named them in accordance with brilliance, coloration, usage or origin. A verse in First Chronicles (29.2 covers many categories in its reference to "stones to be set. glistening stones, and of divers colours, and all manner of precious stones, and marble stones in abundance." Most of the precious stones in the Bible are listed in connection with the breastpiece of the High Priest "the work of the skillful workman of gold, of bitie. and purple anil scarlet and line twined linen And thou Shalt set in it settings of stones, four rows of stones ... and they shall be inclosed in gold in their settings. And the stones shall be according to the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names; like the engravings of a signet, every one according to his name, they shall be fop the twelve tribes." The Urlm and the Thummin — "The Lights and the Perfections" — a mi dium of Divine communication, were according to tradition one of the five objects lacking in the Second Temple. Josephus declares that "'this oracle had been silent for twohundred years hut as to these stones of which we told you the High Priest bore on his shoulders the one ot them shined out when God was present at their Continued on Pge 11-D GREETINGS TO EVERYONE PTEL PROMENADE COUINS AVENUE it 1-5721 •"enade Management HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS GOLDEN NUGGET MOTEL 18555 COUINS AVE. Herbert Lodge BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY PASSOVER LUCERNE HOTEL 4101 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS ALOHA MOTEL 7500 B| SCAYNE BOULEVARD PL 7-0616 MORRIS FROGEL GARDEN OF ALLAH M INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881 MIAMI BEACH LEON M. RQSENBLUM BELEVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL BLUE WATERS HOTR 7*th STREET ON THE OCEAN p bone UN 6 6231 to*. %  MRS; LEWIS'IESHNER CHARLES HOTEL 1475 COUINS AVENUE JE 1-4711 MIAMI BEACH Same Friendly Management 4 Staff That Has Served You for So Many Years ATLANTIS HOTEL 2655 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE I-03B1 nxie uu % *4ii j>H s+Jiappu and On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla. cabana, yacht and golf club Harry Mufson President George E. Fox Managing Director BEAU RIVAGE 9955 COLLINS AVENUE SAHARA MOTEL 18335 COLLINS AVENUE CHATEAU MOTEL 19115 COLLINS AVENUE OASIS MOTEL & APTS. 6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9878 MIAMI BEACH GEORGE MARGOLIS HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS JOIIM-V V HOTKL 6985 COLLINS AVE. Phone UN 6-6821 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS Frank Fishman, Owner Henry J. Stupell, Manager 5th to 6th on Oeeanfront 531-7481 WAIKIKI MOTEL 8801 COLLINS AVENUE W1 7-3451 MIAMI BEACH DANIEL & JO€ LIFTER



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Page 10-D +Jeisli n^rkHan FridQ YApril lft,, 13 IC5 DONNELLY ADVERTISING The Donnelly Way OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE Call OXford 1-8221 1790 N.W. 54th Street Miami, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS SUN CITY DAIRY FARMS, Inc. RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS HOTELS STORES it WE WHOLESALE BUTTER EGGS CHEESE 763 W. 18th STRfET Ph. 887-7591 Hialeah, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF .MIAMI. INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 21*1 Street Phone FR 3-6491 GREETINGS .HOUSES COMPANY, INC. FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE HOUSER REALTY CO., INC. REAL ESTATE •* PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FLORIDA BOND AND MORTGAGE CO. MORTGAGE LOANS & INVESTMENTS 616 S.W. 12th AVENUE, Miami Dial FR 3-6431 2769 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale Ph. 566-7485 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ALL SORTS OF FLORALS IIOM I A I MUtlS I s "Our Pleasure to Serve You at Reasonable Rates" 2180 NW 36th STREET Ph. NE 4-0212 "We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE "HENTV Of PARKING ROOM" 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cuisine I Pine Mir Comfrfienee' 260 Scoring Capacity Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORT and RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM HARftY HOLZMAN 1100-5th ST., Miami Beach JE 8-0421 JE 8-5311 GREETINGS FROM 4000 N.W. 30th AVB. Ph. 633-1551 Events Th-at Shaped Our History Continued from Pago 7>D determination to push back the desert sands, drain the swamps and change them into lush cultivated fields. They built workshops and factories and raised the industrial production and potential of Israel. They have built and are still building roads, ports, schools, homes, and hospitals, mining lor mineral deposits and drilling for oil and water. Israel has succeeded in a short period of fourteen years in creating a dynamic state surrounded by Middle Eastern countries of the 16th century economies. All of this was done with the objective of keeping the doors open for immiff uliuii to all *q weiuletr Jews. To date. Israel has taken in a million and a half, wandering and stateless Jews since its creaton. A few hundred thousand of those were expelled Jews from the surrounding Arabic countries. What the people of Israel accomplished in the past fourteen years has been often and repeatedly described by Jewish and non-Jewish visitors to Israel as miraculous. Actually it was not a miracle but the result of strenuous and concentrated efforts on the part of the Jews in Israel to develop their land agriculturally and industrially as speedily as possible. It is also true that without the help of world Jewry and the United States. Israel could not have accomplished as much as she did. The help received irom both Zionist and non-Zionist Jews of the world could be attributed to, firstly, the Zionist because of love of the land and the fulfillment of Biblical prophecies as well as the desire for self-development, and from the non-Zionist as a vindication against the antiSemitic allegations through the centuries that the Jews are only entrepreneurs and live on the la bor of others; that the Jews were military cow ards (notwithstanding the records that show that Jews served valiantly and with distinction in various armies of the world during the centuries and that they have proven themselves patriotic citizens of their respective countries and, from time to time, received recognition for heroism) and, secondly, to help create a place of refuge for the persecuted Jews of the world that were denied admittance everywhere. Inner Confidence The creation of the State of Israel by sheer courage and determination in the face of terrific military odds disproved the lie TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard Surfside GREETINGS J. W. EWALT KENNEL Racing at Biscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks Miami, Florida TO ALL .. HAPPY HOLIDAYS A. S. JONSON LABS.. INC. PLASTIC EYE SPECIAUST, SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS—COSMETIC—^Plastic, Gold, Steel) 320 SE 1st AVE. Phone FR 4-6686 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Industrial Equipment and Supplies MURRAY HOWARD, Owner 420 N.W. 29th STREET NE 3-6981 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FLORIDA TILE INDUSTRIES • WHOLESALE TILE DISTRIBUTORS Call 635-1481 THOMAS E. MAYO, Manager 4010 N.W. 24th Street Miami, Fla. alleged against them in the B tary held. Their ..^^ comphshments proved i Jews were city duellers Z J ders only because the w forced off the land thro rh A centuries of persecution ,,'j owing, Zionisis. non-ZionLiti >* our Christian fellow v \. n take great pride m the rk complishcd by a handfu in Israel. The> have the ,t£ tion of refuting the fa!. Z of the Jew as painted Semites through tin cen Israel has proven that peod who hold tenaciously •> t|J land and are prepared to 1M1 only behind the walls ol in their homes and lie not easily be subjugate Wh you travel in Israel alon. r.. t ders, you see voting men and men working in the fieias, always with a rifle or ,M gun near at hand for pr.W They are taking no charges. W traveler is astonished at the i3 mense vitality in this ture and the feeling ot .rgena" with which thej perfor.n M tusk. AH the hardships and ^ fices they are called up-.-i tot dure do not in an\ waj ,jmp their enthusiasm. To the contrarv thev •era Continued on Page U ; GREETINGS IJHJSK Hair 1'ashion* LADIES BEAu">Ai;h 1550 W. 84th STRET Hialeih Ph. 821-6337 GREETINGS 1 FRO'.'. ALL RILL • JACK MERMAN end MORRIS KALES PRODUCE COMPANY INC. 2121 N. W. 13th Aveaua Phone ft 4-4174 GREETINGS TO ALL BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "leek Ben at Itlle'l" 4017 E. Ith AVfNOI HIAIEAN OX 14744 Air Condi' t-ti GKUTHiGi 10 4U Aarm lia* DESK EXCHANGE Phone Nl <40J4 Ham oee Us.. Ollic, ''•• 2742 N.W. 35th STREET GREET \GS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME fO* AU WH t** 1 1330 NE Bay**** Dr Miami FR 9-7649 MR. ANP MS. NATHAN K. **** Director*



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*• knisbfhrMim te Role of Gems in Jewish Life Paqe 11-D Cw tinu^ m P89e 9D t, m bright rays darting ..j.ence: and being seen even rtoMthat ere most remote; V splendor yet was not before ,1 to the stone ancient and modern mors and commentators C 0 n Ibe identification of ;.:. elvf gems. They were probLbtrrl carneWan, chalcedony. Llite' chrysopras, diamond. JLy hvacinth. jasper. Lapis iiomx. sapphire, sardonyx. : and turquoise. H,., prophet Ezekiel in Chapter V^ents over the Prim* of _L *ho lived "in Eden, the tL m of Ood; every precious nr was thy covering, the car fta the topaz, and the emjjtheberyl, the onyx, and the |,.-er. the sapphire, the carnit, and the smaragd. and jj the workmanship of thv ftp and of tin sockets was in Jtr in the da> that thou wast M(dthe)' were prepared." Ihj woman's world gems were L las indeed To old King [icon under her spell, the t'-.ter of the King of Egypt I above her bed a tapestry eduith diamonds and pearls gleamed and "littered like illations in the sky. BEST WISHES TO ALL The Miracle Lawn Service 12658 SW 37th Ave. (Douglas Road) Me Kill Chinch Bugs Dead |i Power Spray Fruit Trees f Re-Sod 1 Fertilize Lawns I *eClean Tile Roofs Clean ALL WORK if GUARANTEED CALL HI 4-3400 or HI 5-3211 To All |fet Wishes & Greetings [•ft^ PHARMACY tBCRfPTIOII ftMmtMMMr *UVE*Y SERVICE ** *"•• Building Ni. MO 6-4425 I )U WY GREETINGS RfcXT *01UWAY BED •, U TMOh, Y0wUn "PcHHlCuH I U NITE0 RENT-ALLS 4 '8' CORAL WAY Hl-6452 l* 8 *^ PASSOVER | Vic *or Pi an o$ ^Organs S *tfS. TUNINGS I 3 ?"*** ST. Ph p l 8-8795 II j %  MB jl •


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Page 12-D Klewisti n*ridliar Frida YApril tt PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL FROM .* Northeast Air Lines Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Clients DUALITY AUTO TRIM, INC. Seat Covers • Convertible Tops • Complete Interiors 543 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 754-6681 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 723 DuPont Building 4915 Rod *—4 (212 RMI Smtstt IU.) TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETNGS ATLAS BOLT & SCREW OF FLORIDA, INC. Bolts — Nuts — Screws — Washers — Expansion Bohs Steel — Brass — Stainless — Aluminum IRVING M. STERN 3675 NW67th ST. Miami OX 1-4351 PASSOVER GREETINGS CRAVITT-KAHN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. On U.S. Mwy. 1 3350 SOUTH DIXIE HOT. Immediate Coverage By Phone Miami, Fla. P.S. Personal Service PASSOVER GREETINGS DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP Repair & Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Eguipment 2319 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ft 94137 Dorothy and Ted Patterson, Owners Mike Morsel Happy Passover Ossio Morsel MIKE'S NEWS Mid SUNDRIES CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY 465 Forty-First Street Miami Bosch Phone JE 8-6707 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SUAYNE OF MIAMI INC. 3610 NW 5th AVENUE. NE 4-9734 HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN 0 ^ FLAIR MATTRESS FURNITURE CO. 3705 N.W. 50th STREET, Miami, Fla. NE 4-3535 MR. AND MRS. AL 0ERSTEIN Extend to All Good Wishes for a Happy Passover The Stunning Growth of Tel A^ Continued from Pata 3-D prises in Tel Aviv. 9.209 are industrial and crafts enterprises. 750 — construction and public works; 10,500 — banks and commercial services; 3,200 — transport, warehouses and communications; 3,650 — public and commercial services; 2,500 personal services and about 30 agriculture, afforestation and fishing. There are 165,000 employees in Tel Aviv, of whom 30 percent are in industry, crafts and mines; 7 percent in construction and public works; 20 percent in commerce and banks: 8 percent in transport, warehouses and conrmonicatibris; 3 percent in electricity, gas, water and sanitary services; and 31 percent in other different services. Tel Aviv is also the center of press and publishing of the country. Almost all the newspapers and books edited in Israel are published and printed there. The majority of the big theatres arc situated in Tel Aviv, too, as also the famous Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Israel Opera and several museums. The construction of four different museums has already been completed there. Among others, a Museum ef the History of Writing will be erected, based on the wellknown collection of Prof. Diringer, of Cambridge. The collection has already arrived in Tel Aviv. Som. 16MM Students The enthusiasm for development and industry has not made the heads of the city forget the fields of culture tad education. Many thousands of students fill hundreds of schools of all kinds and degrees. The Tel Aviv University, in its campus at Ramat Aviv, is now in the process of rapid construction and development. There were 2.S00 students in i944 In the Fsetirtles of Humanities, Hebra-ism and Natural Sciences. In the last year, their number grew to more than 3.000. There is also a branch of the University of Jerusalem in Tel Aviv, with 1.500 students in the Faculties of Law and Economics. The total of students in the Tel Aviv education network amounts to 100.000 in 430 educational institutions, of which 75.000 are in primary schools and kindergartens; 15.000 in second ary and vocational schools; 4,000 in special schools for working boys and "special education" schools; 3.000 in seminars and Yeshivos; and 3,000 in the Universities. There are 55 recreation halls in Tel Aviv, with more than 50,000 seats, of which 40 are cinemas. one concert hall of the monk Orchestra at the F, Mann Auditorium, one oft raeh Opera, 3 theatres UM, the Chamber Theatre 2 and 10 other theatre hallT smaller local theatre con Some 15.000.000 persons i the performances in i, whom 12.000.ooo were at DM emas and 3.000,000 at nV periormances. Public Health Instil Tel Aviv has also a wide! work of public health instit, w hich in sure 92 percent "VirW'ilS. 1 Some — prr cn.i'i sured by the Sick Fund ofu rael Labor Federation (3 tadrut), and 6 percent in a] nicipal District Health en There are 1-1 hospitals in"Mj with 1.500 beds. Some5pe of the beds are concentratt three municipal hospitals, percent in the government pitals; 20 percent in private pitals. and 8 percent in otheri lie clinics One of the economic b !" now in the process o( rapid] velopment. is tourism. The) of Tel Aviv in the encouragi and promoting of tourism i country becomes more and i important. There are morel 90 hotels within the limits! GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS BROWN GREETINGS CftM. I. CtfflMt ELECTRIC 24 Hour Radio Dispatched NEWPORT ANTIQUE Coleman CONTRACTING SHOP Solar Service Commercial Industrial .Residential 3347 Coral Way Miami 45, Me. Service A Call 446-14R1 %  TANKS Maintenance Serving All • loomns • NIW STSTUB Dade County "FOR FAST COMPLIMENTS OF Mcmbvr Chamber of Conr;c SERVICE CALL" BROWN ELECTRIC NYLON EXTERMINATORS 6251 NW 2nd St. 1007 SW 27* Aw. COMPANY, INC. 2075 NE. 2nd AVE. Phone HI 6-7854 7300 S.W. 42nd ST. FR 1-4904 NihH • Sunday* • MtM** CA 6-0661 t i MwMMt4Mt PASSOVER GREETINGS A HAPPY BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER TO ALL THE HOLIDAYS CELIA WEINTRAUB m.mi*m.*HrfM IIKKI'S STUDIO REAL ESTATE RROKER •nl Uri Rtankt 2256 Coral Way • Masl "Complete Real Estate Service" RIAL 111*" tavtsrawato H4 Crd** figurines Hestored Antiques IflHMRl n/vOtfooovnan njiomfr''^nissj. 350 Lincoln Rosd U*> HI 3-54W6 Talopno na PR 7-1014 MIAMI MACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS .., U 111 NORTH DADE To All Happy Holidays A Happy Passover toJ of Oui Friends COUNTRY CLUB JOES SUNOCO horn Il-ffOtf CNAMPMMVSMP SERVICE STATION Mr. Filter and Mr. To* cot/ cowrsc of the •nd QUALITY PRODUCTS FONTANA HOTft GOLF RIDGE VILLAS PLUS SERVICE Condominium Aprs. U.S. 441 st 7830 S.W. 24th STRUT 2642 Collin* A<*. N.W. 207th Si. NA 1-3621 Ph. 221-9773 Miami osath GREEN BROOK AM M JONES Season's Greetings CORP. Flowers for All Occasions from R. 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+Jcnlst> fhriirtr Page 13-D N %  /. I Goldmann. who was recently reelected president World Zionist Organization, is shown deliverinq the ridenticl address openinq the 26th World Zionist Conqress | in Jerusalem la&t December and January. \ H. and The best-known are the SheraJL^.,.. nd o the ton and Dan Hotels. More re I t kind c ntl) a new luxury hotel h is %  ; 300 been constructed, espe< iIrt < ox tourists and the llilRENT FROM RYDER 1$ Low as S7 per day j CHICK OUR lOWfR RATJS I for Week, Month; long Term. I Late Models and Sizes to Meet I Any Requirements. I LOW RATES INCLUDE I Gtseline, Service, Insurance • 11600 NW 21st Terrace Miami, Fla. NE 51371 • CAU NOW rot on AIIS RYDER [Truck Rental BkjkkCHBS IK rr. UVMMAIE AND WEST PA1M MAOt HAPPY PASSOVER I THE NEW IGLORIFIED KLICACIES Wicatessen Restaurant Catering |* PARTY PLATTERS Ge'ilte Fish Blintxes Pirogen Knishes ""• Cooked Meals Served WE DELIVER [2133-35 Coral Way Phone HI 8-0601 GREETINGS *> GALAROI TAILOR A Jeration S Cleaning • ^sing Laundry 1,3 M. 1st AVENUE -Miami, Fla. Ph FR 4-3746 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT %  • • 230 N.E. 3rd St. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida IITflliV ST1 MHOS Distinguished f rival* School DANCING^* WRAMA RADIO SPEECH 323 W. 47th STREET MIAMI REACH BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER SHELDON HOTEL 227 7th STREET Miami Beach JE 8-7629 Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky GREETINGS Eunice Denison HOTEL PERSONNEL SPECIALIST "Staffing Prestige Hotels the World Over" 1690 Alton Road Phone JE 4-4741 MIAMI BEACH HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES 2463 NW 76th STREET OX 1-9172 SAM OLTCHICK, Pres. ton Hotel is now in its last stages of construction. About one-third of the tourists who visited Israel during 1963, some 100.000 persons, stayed in Tel Aviv. The income from tourism amounted last year to $40,000,000, of which $10,000,000 was spent in Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv is the center of all visitors coming to Israel, and therefore the municipality devotes special attention and makes many efforts for the development of this important economic branch. Impetus of Development The municipal development plans, amounting to $150,000,000 in some domains, such as construction of roads and traffic, streetlighting, planting, building of public institutions and schools, medical insurance and higher education, jeached about 30 percent of the total achievements of the city during its 50 years of existence. An important part of the development plans have been directed towards the promoting of industry and crafts, in view of transforming Tel Aviv to an important venter of tourism, science, culture a n d arts, transforming the Exhibition Gardens, in the north of the city, to a centi r : international fairs, in view %  ommerce and ex In June 162, and in June, Continued on Pago 14-D TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CURTIS Battery & Electric Corp. NEW • REBUILT Truck • Automobile Marine • Airplane Industrial • Lift Truck • Golf Cart AH Types Foreign Car Batteries Generator & Starter Exchange Voltage Regulators CHECK OUt PRICE FIRST! Ph. 635-0708 1500 NW. 20th ST. To All A Most Happy PASSOVER THOMPSON PRESS "the best in all types of printing" 1819 NW. 79th STREET Ph. 634-2217 GREETINGS Radio Doctors South Miami Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO 4 TELEVISION SERVICE 10945 S. DIXIE HWY. Phone MO 1-6877 A Happy Holiday to All Our Friends-4 Patrons TATFS DRUG STORE 519 NW 42nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone HI 8-7366 L. C. TATE TO ALL GREETINGS ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST INC. 3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE ADVANCE TUBULAR STEEL SCAFFOLD Distributor COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS, BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING, MASONRY, PAINTING, ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE WORK SALES RENTALS ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC. 3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE Ph. 635 2408 Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday i ii IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S 111 CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S I.J NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue TO ALL GREETINGS STOLPMAHN PLUMBING CO. 1853 Woe! Avetme Miami Beack. PHONE )E 1-0431 HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY JACK SILVER HERB BRODSKY BLACK ANGUS Restaurant & Lounge 3622 CORAL WAY MIAMI 17700 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Vriendtthip IIIM Si: IXC. GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE 1924 747 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE MALL R is again a Pleasure To Extend Season'. Greeting. To All ABE AIXENBERG GREETINGS GILBERT'S SHOE SERVICE COMPLETE ORTHOPEDIC 4 REGULAR SHOE SERVICE 11635 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 685-1452 LARRY MARKS & COMPANY MANUFACTUMMM DKTHWUTOItS WHOLESALE womurs. MISSISt JUNIO* $• MESSES, COATS SUITS Marks BM|. 120 N.W. 2nd Street MlwRi, Fk. NMM FR • 1431



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rage 14-1 vJewlsti flork/tatry Frid ay. April TO ALL GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated "SERVICE TO YOU IS OUR PLEASURE" 6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-4440 Holiday Greetings To Our Many friends Construction Products Corp. BUILDING MATERIALS 6365 NW 36th AVENUE Phone OX 1-9180 4jj TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS WINSTON W. WYNNE TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FORMOSA RESTAURANT 5716 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami MO 5-3881 Specializing in • CHINESE • POLYNESIAN • AMERICAN CUISINE (Orders to Take Out) TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 GREETINGS!! Smith Hamilton Shop GRINDING SERVICE 231 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3 2509 GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN MICKLEIt I \ l> I \ REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO. and MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC. 2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-7896 Large Storage Rooms for Bent with Meat Kails Zero I Up The Stunning Growth of Tel Avi Continued from Page 13-D 1964. the gates of the International Levant Fair. "Yerid Hamizrakh," were opened, with the participation of 40 countries, with 110 participants. Special efforts are being made for the promoting of light industry and crafts in Tel Aviv, and 800 workshops are now in the last stages of construction in the craftfl center in the south of the city. Additional plots, in Jaffa and beyond t h e Yarkon River, have been destined to the promoting of crafts and to the development of heavy industry. There is a plan to turn 4.000 dunams on both sides of the Yarkon ;o a central municipal park. with artificial lakes and" entertainment and sports installations the pattern of similar centers of recreation in other modern cities. which will make Tel Aviv a center of rest and recreation for its hundreds of thousands of residents, and will give an additional push to the promoting of tourism. Modern and Ancient The heads of the city of Tel Aviv devote many thoughts to its appearance and try to merge the ancient with the modern with in its limits. A special company has been founded for the rehabilGREETINGS TO ALL S. H. KRESS A CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue HAPPY PASSOVER (MfiMWV §*KT 1 EMKTERY 1 LITERATURE UPON REQUEST' 2101 NW 95th STREET OX 6-0600 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. Fbsi Street PHONE FR 3-2671 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Le Bon Cleaners & Laundry Irving Kornicka 955 S.W. 8th STREET TO ALL GREETINGS •JOSTAS ef. BKOTMAN 430 SEYBOLD BIDG. MIAMI, FLA. itation of the antiquities of Jaffa and the preservation of its characteristic old-time architectural style. This area has already become the "Montemartre" of Tel Aviv. At the same time, the sky line of Tel Aviv undergoes constant changes, thanks to the newly erected skyscrapers, and among them, the tallest building in the whole Middle East is now in its last stages of construction on Heralia Square, the heart of Tel Aviv's "city." Other sky( Ta p.r s h.J JjJ*ed ... differ*,, £* The impcius of con ,.J| and development ,„ not stopped and will con'-'J •PiteofaUtoeintrtJaSJ %  ng and architectui and the social and mi V .% ficult.es. The economic 1 tural progress of uRjl Prewed i„ the ,„ %  ta ,J n the domains o! indusml lie health and cultun The Shaping of History Continued from Page 10-D radiate an inner confidence which can only come from the knowledge that unselfishness and hard work gives each man the strength of ten. Dark and ominous clouds still hover over their courageous spirits and determined efforts. The political and military machination taking place around Israel and the cementing of relations between the Soviet Union and the Arabs make them apprehensive but do not discourage them. If the pace and scope of Israel's economic and agricultural development defies analysis, Israel's political and security situation is it \ it \ Aim IfUT CO. 113 N.W. 36th STREET PL 8-5553 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL TO ALL GREETINGS OKAI WAY it \ititi:it SHOP NO WAITING SOME AS GOCD NONE BETTER 6979 CORAL WAY CA 1-0194 SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR PASSOVER DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 N.E. 125th Street IICHTEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. 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16. 1965 -Jenltf fhrlrfi&r Paqa 15-D aS sover and Social Conscience I Cf1 tinu.dfroniP.gt1-D K.mha dPascha (FKtfl \ ..over), wore made the| Loo of everyone in t h ej J5, who had the means. I Z distribution WM nearly ov estricted to the local poor. Matzoh Fund collections C the peak of organiza. d efficiency in prewar Mean Ji''" n communities conditions were so arH 0 that no one was overjf fl on either side of the ledj v e n Talmudic scholars. [„„ normalh exempt from communal levies, had to M u to the Maos Chittim tc'u-ns. And no person could u .e to contribute on the ft that ho had contributed :.r.ilar fund in another comFor Passover, his oblixas toward the poor of his K town, •ilmudic Discussion I antiquity of these comPassover collections is by the extensive discusappearirm in the Talmud on a legalistic aspects of the mitoon. Specific details are Ufa out with regard to the ONS GREETINGS PIZZA PATIO PIZZA • BARBECUE • FRIED CHICKEN 949S Bird Road South Miami CA 10741 7ER GREETINGS [Mrs INTERNATIONAL IMPORTS B45 Lincoln Road Mimi Beach, Fla. JE 8-1469 Sincere 3est Wishes f or a Happy Passover To Our Friends CAVALIER HOTEL "0 OCEAN DRIVE Phone 531-7661 To All-Greetings BUY APPLIANCES f ,Fr a>-'C>e Dealer I, J^-ire • RCA *** • Hot Point SALES 5. SERVICE ,32 M N.E. 163rd St. N Mi ami Beach PHONE 949-1H2 H -(J^) Kelly, Owner length of time the recipient has lived in the town to qualify as a resident. In the European communities, the effort was carried out with much of the planning and preparation reminiscent of a modern local federation drive. A committee was u s u a 1 I y formed comprising the rabbi of the town and the community's leading citizens who would meet several weeks before Passover and compile lists of all Jewish families in the community. These would be divided into those who were called upon to give and those who were designated as recipients of the food items or funds During the days immediately following the "allocations" meeting, the rabbi and the communal leaders would make the rounds visiting all those expected to contribute. Those making the collection were sometimes anything but diplomatic in persuading their neighbors to contribute. If a particular Jew was known td be of means and he nerertheless claimed that he could not afford to give, he was told that his name would be GREETINGS FOWLEBS Ssi Food & I'oultfrv >l;irk'i "SHOP IN THE GABLESNO PARKING WORRIES" 267 MINORCA AVE. Phone HI 6-1711 Marine Engine Overhaul and Installation Distributors Universal Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC. 418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami 36, Florida C. A. tauter Telephone 373-6669 EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES CAU FR 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Tamiami Trail) 7613 Dadelcmd Mall Ph. 661-0961 TO ALL GREETINGS HOWELL WINDOW SERVICE SALES & SERVICE Naw & Used Doors, Windows & Screens 18320 So. Dixie Highway Ph. 238-5102 TO ALL GREETINGS JONES & SON, INC. HARDWARE "Thousands of Useful Items" 10525 S. DIXIE HIWAY KENDALL transferred to the list of recipients — he must either give or receive. This usually did the trick. While some of the collection methods may appea r ruthless, the Matron Fund committees were usually careful to distribut the proceeds as discreetly as possible so as not to offend the recipients and to enable them to celebrate the holiday with human dignity befitting the occasion. The Highest Tradition If a poor family was known to be easily embarrased by charity, the funds were given either in the form of a lean with no definite provision for repayment or the* were sent the money anonymously. In some communities, the preparation of food parcels for the poor was made the occasioon for social gatherings by the young Jewish girls of the town who would later distribute the parcels. Wherever serious attention *as given to providing fbr the holiday needs of the poor, it was always done in the highest tradition of Passover — preserving a spirit of freedom and upholding the dignity of the individual. "Where the Customer Is Always Right" Eden Roc Hotel BARBER SHOP Air-Conditioned No Waiting Manicuring '525 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager GREETINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-6804 TROPICAL STUDIOS PORTRAITS, COPIES, PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT PHOTOS HOME SITTINGS 125 NE 2nd Street FR 3-0204 PYKi: BROS. & SOX Motor Tune-Up Wrecker Service Upholstering Paint Work — Frame Work Brakes Relined 35 NE 29th STREET Ph. FR 9-1693 GREETINGS J. & W. 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"afewisli Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, April 16, 1965 Section E AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF SLAVERY TEACHES THE LESSON Pa^ove, Oc//e Us OU life do is to a.i freely, decently, com passionately, !<>i freedom means at least thai much. Corner of Freeoom In the larger parl ol our lu/es, w • i,i a > i>e "Conditioned" b> I irees outside I oOr own power, but within, there Irs a precious corner ol freedom, freedom ol will, and will a' i's mo i \ irtuous od-will, in Hebrew "hesed", .'on and gemilul hasadim, concrete acts "i comp: -MUM. ii la hardly necessar) I i be a Jew to understand the Jewish situation, as Passover reveals thai situation. We Jews have known longer than other men what free dom means and what il demands. but others have IOUK since learned. We Jews have words for our situation we have festivals to celebrate those words, such as JACOB NEUSNER learning the lesson this "time ol our freedom." The meaning Of these festivals must be shared by all men. Those in freedom m u s i celebrate their freedom, and those under Com munism or otherwise oppressed, politically, spiritually, morally. must remember freedom, jusl as wi Jews commemorated freedom v hen we did n I have it. and cele in.lie it M hen we do. In a sense, therefore, all men maj learn the lessons ol the Jew i-h situation. It has been said thai on account of Hiroshima, we ar • all mui ; > rers li so, then on account ol Auschwitz, we are all .ir^s Jusl as we men Incinerated civile cities in our fury, so we men were incinerated, shot, gassed, starved, destroyed in our fraility. Threat of Humiliation An age thai feels itself threatened by utter annihilation knows what i! means to be .lews, who in our own day suffered the annihil ation of their entire European civilization. An age that knows no security knows what il means to be .lews, who have lived for thousands ol years without securitj An age thai finds itself almost powerless to change the course ol events knows what it means to bi Jews, who have lived so long as outsiders, standing always on t'ie wines of history hut never in the spotlight Vii age thai sees Itsell in the p ol the past from 1911 onward, knows what n means to be Jews, who have seen them-,-!\ es fore' ei In I he grasp of events they have not made, and ultimately, in the hands ol Providence Ii tin-. i> so. then we must hope that others will learn the lessons of the Jewish situation as we have learned them; the lesson that freedom must he nurtured, and that freedom is indivisible, but Continued on Page 2-E



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Page 2-E *AU Complete Marine Electrieml Sennet Marine Electrical Service, Inc. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1480 N.W. 22nd COURT PHONE NE 5-6531 GREETINGS GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC. 3800 NV* 59th STREET MIAMI Phone NE 5-0611 FOR REST AND RELAXATTON AT YOUR FAVORITE EURNTTURE STORE E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMALL, JR. eW N.I. 124th St. North Miami Phon. PL 4-0415 TO ALL .GREETINGS J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT l*m 300 1st National Bank Bldg., Coral Gablo, Fla. BEST WISHES FOR ft HAPPY PASSOVER MR. & MRS. EUGENE J; WEISS AND FAMILY No. 3 Island Avenue, Ball* 1st* O. M. PUSHKIN CITY MANAGER OF MIAMI BEACH Extends Greetings to All Prizing Out Freedom Continued fronr Pa^e !*• must either be shared with all or lost to all. The world may well learn from our quest for meaning in events, our consecration to the human in tellecr, our capacity to think, create and preserve culture; our appreciation of the preciousness and sanctity of men's slender treasures of compassion and of love; our awareness of the reality, immediacy, and centrality of God's will; our knowledge that it is~tlW"Ver but God who TleTeYmines the history of men and nations. We Jews, for our part, must rehearse the lessons of our situation, if we hope to share them with the world. We must not cease to see ourselves as men redeemed by the action of God from slavery and brought forth to freedom. We must continue to look into the events of our age for the action of our Creator, who, we believe, acts through history and reveals H*s will through whaT happens to us. No generation of Jews should find this faslt more meaningful, for none has witnessed the great things we have. Formerly hopeless from chronic severe asthma, Mina .. 13, Avner Lipovsky 12. and Jacob Weiss 9, all from Israel"; pare for their first Seder at the JNHAC at Denver. The I trio are on the road to health at the asthmatic home, the ins tution provides free Hebrew and reliqious instruction in i tion to free treatment and care for most seriously ill y W asthmatics. The young patients presently represent 32 stc and three foreign countries. We do not need to speak of the past when we speak of redemption. Every Jew alive was redeemed not from slavery of Egypt, but from the horror of Auschwitz. Hour of Redemption Every Jew of mature years has witnessed, in the creation of the TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. "Florida Lines" CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS SERVING THE CARIBBEAN PIER No. 3 FR 1-1441 or 371-8541 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CORAL GABLES AUTO SERVICE ic QU'ALITY PAINT AV BODY WORK 24 HOUR VritefcKtft SERVICE 141 San Lorenzo Ave. Ph. HI 4-2554 COR At GABLES Nite Phone CA 1-4422 Two (2) Locations Better to Serve You CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL AIR CONDITIONING • WIRING ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS 8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine CE 5-3616 1380 Palm Avenue, Hialeah Ph. 888-5511 PASSOVER GREETINGS WHITMORE ELECTRIC COMPANY Best Wishes For A Happy Holiday Season MAXWELL CO. INC. 7321 NE 2nd AVENUE Miami, Fla. State of Israel, an event one can hardly regard as than a miracle So we have! an hour of redemption DO I awesome than that of Moses. God has done great thingsi fore our eyes. ^reat. and ten and awesome things, alive are here to bear witness! fore the nations. BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE FR 4-8181 'J40 Biscayne Blvd., Season's Greetings to Ail Our Friends and Patrons GUNN RADIO & TV Repairs on All Makes Visit Our New Location 1120 Lincoln Road Mali Miami Beach Phone IE 1-1932 MR. LEO CIMENT •f fk* DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO Extends Season's Greefi"? to All His Friends and Patrtxij 460 W. 18th STREET Hialeah Phone TU 5-1454 GRMINGS 10 *U Nat "Just Another" art"* H Kenny's Restaorotlt Air Cea4i*"' rfcaaaW*-** 51 200 US. 2a4 **** OaM24lh" MIAMI, nOHH AHappy-Passo* 1 *** HOM*V KKXT A***\ W-A-S-t-N* Dilido Hotel-Mi.^ Be* | Ship Your Car Any nyw)**



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. April 16. 1965 -lewis* fW,Hi tr Page 3-E [Jewish Rituals Understood by All tf Rabbi Dov Peretx Elfcin* I ^c of (he many ingenious (/things about Jewish rituals ,„d wremoni.-s is that they can u understood and appreciated by UdbTth.' greatest scholar in tbe community. People -have said that Swift's JT •Gulliver's Travels, finds rieatness in that it is on the Lface a simple and dramatic S which grips the heart of L fledgling. "<' yet has deeper Ineh'of interpretation for the aore intellectual reader. This is tnie a ^ well of Jewish rites an ASS'T. CITY MANAGER MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL C. DANA WOODMAN REALTOR 88 Merrick Way Phone HI 3-2534 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVFJR DR. and MRS. ELLIOTT C. COHEN and Family 16 W. Di Lido Drive. Di Lido Island PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL EDWARDS PRODUCE CO. 1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-6143



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Page 4-E +Jewlsi> ncrkUan Friday. April IB, BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER We would like to take this opportunity to extend to the entire Jewish community our best wishes for a very happy and joyous Passover. NATHAN MELTZER. President FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI •Wt COVCK THt tARTH" 'WE COVER THt IARTH' The Sherwin-Williams Co. 7114 NE 2nd Ave -1300 W. Fbgler St. FR 7-2588-1680 Alton Rd Miami Beach 9437 Harding Ave., MB, UN 6-5953-23 Okeechobee Rd.. TU 81510 1915 Ponce de Leon Blvd — 2015 Harrison St., Hollywood—Ft. lauderdale 1468 N W. 36th Street West Palm Beach TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS "WE SERVE YOU BETTER" CARL'S DRIVE IN TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE (22nd I FLAGUR) 1 GLEN ROYAL PARKWAY Phone NE 4-8402 Best Wishes for the Holidays CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE, INC. YELLOW & MERCURY CABS MIAMI BEACH JE 2-5555 JE 1-5565 150 Radio Dispatched Taxi Cabs •f i i r f M f HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM Endowed and Incorporated — Residential and Transient — Reasonable Rate. 24 Hour Nursing Care for Convalescents—Invalids—Aged Registered Nurse 6. E. THARP, Director LUES W. GRIZZARD, Director 2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS FLORIDA DIVISION united Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. Phone FR 1-1523 AINSLEY BUILDING TO ALL .GREETINGS Dixie Gas Corporation Moe Longer 6394 So. Dixie Highway So. Miami HAPPY PASSOVER YALE OGRON MFG. CO., INC. 671 W. 18th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-2646 Mfg of Aluminum Windows & Sliding Glass Doors Freeing of a People from Slavery By Rabbi Charles E. Shulman O F all the annals of historv. there is none like the Passover story narrating the freeing of a people from slavery and marking the deliverance of this people as its birthday and the conditioning of its future destiny. Other peoples speak of their heroic origins. Jews speak of their humble beginnings and are perpetually reminded never to forget that their history virtually commences with slavery in Egypt. Throughout the Bible we find ample evidence of this. The most exalted moral laws of the Jewish religion are tied to the Exodus •front'Egypt. Thus-we read'in'fTic book of Exodus: "And a stranger shalt thou not oppress; for ye know the heart of a stranger, seeing you were strangers in the land of Egypt." And even the law of t h e Sabbath rest i s associated with Ihe Passover in the fourth of the ten commandments found in the second version in the Book HI" Deuteronomy which emphasizethe ethical motive in demanding tor the man-servant and the maid->er\ ;int a day of rest. In moving \> ords, this commandmenl instrw ts And thou shall remember thai thou wasl ,i sordini in the land of Egypl and Silver Plate, Faience. iPessaro. Italy I the Lord thv God brought thee thy God con %  mightj hand ami an oul the 5 i stretched arm; therefore the Lord The impact To All Happy Holidays SANTI BROS. CONDUCTION, INC. • GENERAL CONTRACTORS • 14730 N.E. 6th AVENUE Ph. Wl 5-4223 "WHIM TO GET THIM" Hopkins Carter Hardware Co. • MARINE SUlf 111$ •' PAINTS —4 VARNISHES • FISHING TACMI • NAUTICAL CHARTS • SINPMATf A WltllS iOTTLID CAS mt PARKING and DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-6654 HAPPY PASSOVER H. G. SIGGIA -"IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL' MERCANTILE BARBER SHOP MANICURIST BOOTBLACK Call for Appointment Bank Floor Room 239 Phone: JE 1-1579 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein GREETINGS SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 110 S.W. 2nd Street Miami 36. Fla. FR 3-6683 HOSPITAL PHYSICIAN LABORATORY SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT WAKtr::LD TECHNOLOGICAL ENTERPRISES • All Fields Cell for a Draftimjn 1 Day or A Year We Wo-k Undi ARCHITECTURAL 4 INDUSTRIAL SCALE MODELS TECHNICAL LUSTRATIONS "FOR INFORMATION CALL" 445-1148 262 Almeria Ave., C.G. GREET NGS LEE'S TACKLE, Inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle Rapairinf. Marine Equipment SEASON'S GREETINGS NEWMAN, BUR< & COMPANY REALTORS Real Estate & Mortgages 1538 DuPont Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA JO\ES MOYIM; STORAGE Estab : ? I? STORAGE PACKING NEW WAREHOUSE & OFFICES JE 2-3443 1330-18th STREET Miami Beach MRS. L. SILVERMAN & FAMILY and "he SILVER PAINT COMPANY ,119 S. W. FIHST %  STJEE T 653 COLLINS AVEN^ Miami Beach Wish All Then Patrons OBJ Friends a Happy P si vet



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Lay. Apni +Jelstrh>rlcllar Page 5-E n oi been limited to the *joeoV is deeply etChe ,' SjSSof Christians In all GTiitfUcularly of thow to our mS: mtn wlien ^e American iSS m rebelhon against JSnnv o. King George, the l£r\ in % %  thr,st,an PU ,' P,,S ""Zed to their congregations <^ceoun, of the Egyptian *J aad compared the English ^""-h to the ancient Pharaoh Xfechoed -he ancient words iJ^Hehrcu Bible. "Let my P ^L n e the Revolutionary War | ," in pro*.-on .he very day Lw tie Declaration of Independ „ as adopts, a committee itftingoi John Adams. BenZin Franklin and Thomas Jetton was appointed for the purj^jit^repariiiu -desw-.ior 555 of the United States of America. The Committee report Hibmi'ten to the Continental Con. BUS on AuguM 10. 1776 proposed llutonone side of the seal there should be Pharaoh sitting in an open chariot, a crown on his head and a word in his hand, passing through the divided waters ol the Red Sea in pursuit of the Is Indites. Rays from a pillar of Inexpressive of the Divine Presam i a Moses who stands H :• shore • hose extended I hand over thi sea causes it to I loh w i t h th" Rel to tyrants is [ iMknce lo T:< seal ..imposed by the TO All MEETINGS SERVICE PAINT & GLASS INC. FREE ESTIMATES [QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 111 NE 79 St. PL 4-5527 TO AIL v GREETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Ph. 633-2656 Hi. NE 5-6715 l4 N.W. Iftfc STIHT SIWSET Hardware Sporting Goods Wnt and Building Supplies Pipes Cut and Threaded '052 SW 87th AVENUE Ph. 271-9642 GREETINGS JLAW DAVIS REAL ESTATE BROKER 8g 8 NE 84th STREET PI 77554 A HAPPY PASSOVER Hofmann's Garage 131 Alton Road JE 4-2305 Committee was not accepted. Yel there has always been close cor respondents between America's struggle to achieve independence and the Jewish Exodus from the house of bondage. Modern Jowish Community The lessons of Passover, apart from the great inspiration toward freedom and the determina tion of the character of the Jews throughout the"'centuries, are still powerful ones for the .modern Jewish community. First •amoim these is Jewish education: There is no greater instrument of instruction in Judaism than the Passover Seder. The Bible categorically emphasize*-tMr fact in the statement: J'And thou shalt tell thy son in that day, saying. ,,-il i because ol that which the Lord did for me when I came forth out of Egypt Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance in its season from year to year." An Anglo-Jewish scholar. Dr. S. M. Lehrman, has succinctly described the educational importance of the Seder by noting thai it Is the child who unlocks the door of the Seder ceremony It is the nature ol the child to question, he says, and the parents' duty must be to know the answers. Jewish education is raised to the forefront in the Passover ceremony. The Seder was never intended to be a meal in itself. It was always the majestic prelude to the meal in which each member of the family shared in an orderly, leisurely procedure which gave the Seder its dignity. The very word "seder" means procedure or order. In this observance the child asks the questions and receives the answers, the symbols are dramatically explained and the story of the Exodus from E | y p t narrated in detail. The public Seder of the present day tends to run not on the historic timetable but on the timetable of caterers. It. therefore, misses much ol the educational value inherent in the Passover story. Jewish Consciousness A second lesson which Passover holds for the modern Jew is Jewish., consciousness. The night of the Exodus did not end with the Jews who left Egypt. It has. unfortunately, continued throughout the centuries as one Pharaoh alter another oppressed the Jewish people. The cry -let my people go" can still be heard directed to heads of government in manv parts of the world. The Jews of Russia reflect the bondage of their forefathers in Egypt. The immigrants streaming into the land of Israel are reminders of the Exodus of Bible times. The Pharaohs may have changcl their appearance but not their basic character. In the light of these Continued on Page 10-E GREETINGS FOR PASSOVER MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS ROOFING fftff tSTIMATtS TU 8-1549 347 East 4th St. HialeoH MftrtNCS TO OOt MANY ftllHDS HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA (Member of F.D.I.C.) "A frtaadnjr ftmk~ TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS D'BIEN Fashions by Degna 237 NE 35th STREET Phone 379-5971 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS T. VOLT ELECTRIC CO., INC. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 16, 1965

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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* "Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
or >o
Miami, Floridn, Friday, A
Five Seciions Price Sl.C

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I* A S S M V E R ii ttiTI O Y
1965 55725
A Joyous
assover
To All
"... ge' you forth from among my
people, both ye and the children ol
lsraei' (Ex. 12, 31) Thus was Pharaoh
forced to p'ead with Moses, after the
th Plague was visited upon the
arts.
unisian Chief Urges Mid East Peace
PRINCIPLES Or PASSOVER AND MIAMI'S CAMPAIGN
Bourguiba States UN
JA Presses Toward Goal Recognition of Israel
list
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I'Th
cemenl fiui the Combined
pi al campaign had reach
.200.0IHI mark reward its
080 was made by
Dr, Irving Lehrman fi 1
campaign review and re
ling on Wednesday.
appioach the beautiful
ningful holiday <>! Pasa
retell the tale ,i i ie ex
Jev is i peopl from
lo freed: in," Dr. Lehrman
is precisely what our
Jew ii Appeal drive is
10 men, women and
1 k a life of freedom
overseas who will be aided by
Untcd Jewish Appeal and those
in our lecal community who count
upon our Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in time of personal
and family need.
At this time. I am proud to say
we are maintaining an increase ol
ap] oxrmatel} 10 percenl ahead of
I,t8< vear, which is the minimum
net .led to reach our gcal of $1,435.-
080 'I In- linal days of the campaign
naik the crucial p int w.icre in
.ie. c:l stimulus and the la-t-min-
iti push i I every worker is vitJ to
iic. ss ii every worker covers hi*
; k peels, we will be in a position
to exceed our goal."
Dr. Le' -man added mat "we are
pn ud, also, ol the fact thai we
number man} new eontribut rs in
Continued on Page 6-A
Must be Accepted Now
STATE DtPARTMtNJ FAVORS JORDAN PAGt 8-4
PARIS iJTA) President
lial.il> Bourguiba, ol Tunisia, called
;. week f< r the creati: n of "a
climate ol psace and coexistence
between Isiacl and the Arab
-i:iti< In separate interview-
Eshkol Expects U.S. Arms
who are participating
,h leadership of our cam-
9"- and those who are work-
so hard in the Trades, Pro-
" Residents and Woman's
""is. know full well the
nmS of successful tint-
" both on behalf of Jews
ARAB OFFICIALS IN PARIS PAGE 3-4
tfi aviv (JTAi Prime to a question at a luncheon at the
Mimsm le E >kel said lure I-.sl lei Aviv PrCSS Chlh. waere M^waS
w ke.Id ttat LsaresUltOfnegOtia- asked whether the United States
oik hie United S at for las made any attempts to ,ra,x,c
He made that statement in reply raels atomic reader at DlmOOT,
i.i arms supplies being sent to the
Vrab states
Affirming that some arms con-
cessions are expected from the
United States, he added: "There
are no strings attached." He
declared that W. Averell Harri-
Continued on Page 9-A
x er the Frent h r idio and in t o
of the m si influential daily news-
apers lure Le Monde and Le
Figaro the Tunisian leadei
icittidted, sin igthened and en
large d upo i bis ii for Arab-
Is at '.i rapprocht nent, whit-b le
-t ii iied in .!< danian Jerusalem
u month ago
in all three stat( tnents, he urged
[a return to the United Nations
Palestine Partition plan of 1947. Ill
'the interview in Le Figaro, he
added: "It is equally necessary to
recognise the United Nations deci-
sion creating the Stale of Israel."
declaring: "It is to everybody's
interest to respect the legality of
the Untied Nations. For the Arab
I refugees, it would mean a pos-
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atican Sees Sermon Battle Closed
LME (JTA) Vatican
Pis indicated this week that
L considered the controversy
Lr Pope Pauls Passion Sunday
Jnilv jn which he cited Jewish
feasibility tor the death of
.< u a dosed issue. The same
nion it "' reported, prevailed
logg Italian Jewish leaders.
Eg 0pinj m, however, was not
trP,| in other countries, parli
Ijrh in the United States, where
.American Jewish Committee
j the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
|ot America expressed concern
i the Pope's sermon.
The Italian press reported
Ijdely on the content of a tele-
L,m to the Vatican, signed by
[idge Sergio Piperno, president
: the Union of Italian Jewish
Communities, and Rome Chief
Rabbi Elio Toaff, who expressed
concern about the Pope's ser-
mon. As background material,
most of the newspapers reprinted
extracts from the Declaration on
Catholic-Jewish relations voted
last November by the third ses-
sion of the Ecumenical Council.
It was indicated this was done to
explain the reasons for the nega-
tive Jewish reaction.
The telegram said that the Pope
had "confirmed the accusation
against the Jewish people,'- and
that "the old accusation ol decide
was renewed, which has been lor
centuries the source of tragic In-
justice* against Jews." The mes
sage noted that the charge ap-
parently had "seemed to have been
L\rabs Due in France
o Discuss Mid-East
JaRIS (JTA) Top officials
| ian and Lebanese Gov-
nents are scheduled to visit
ince for talks which reportedly
touch on Arab plans to bar
[dan River waters to Israel, in-
metl sources said here this week.
|)r. Hassan Mrewed, Syrian For-
Uinister, who has just com-
(ted a visit fo Communist China,
1 arrive in Paris next week. Leb.
kse'President Charles Helou will
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firmations of the Ecumenical Coun-
cil" which adopted last year a pro-
visional declaration exonerating
the Jewish people, past and pre
sent from any blame in the cru-
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Vatican sources reacted with
"aurpriae" lo the telegram and as-
serted thai it indicated thai the rea-
sons for the Pope's sermon had not
been understood by the Jews. The
sources asserted that the Pope was
only explaining a passage In the
Gospel referring to the Jews killing
Christ, giving the passage its
traditional interpret at ion of the,
historical fact, an interpretation
that traces back to the moral re-
sponsibility of the Jews of that
time for the death sentence pro
nounced by the Roman Judicial*} '
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tee said it was "astonished and
concerned" and added that the
sermon "sharply deviates" from
the Declaration approved by the
Ecumenial Council last Novem-
ber, which the Committee quoted
as saying that "All that happened
to Christ in his Passion cannot
be attributed to the whole peo-
ple then alive, much less to those
of today." The statement urged
"further clarification" to "allay
the sadness and disappointment
engendered among Jews and all
men of goodwill" by the sermon.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president i>1
the Rabbinical Council of America,
made his statement prior to the
Vatican's informal rejection of the
PipernoTonff telegram. He said i!
was hard to understand how the
Pope's sermon could be reconciled
with the Declaration on Jews. He
odded that the Pope's sermon con-
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*'Jenisti ih>rid!ian
Page 5-A
'eader Expresses ACLU Principles
[iTCH, The Jewish Floridian:
pie like
cerned.
Mr. Goldring are eon-
are of our enemies. Such a double standard of liberty
'- .___,unH tn;ts impassible tz maintain for any
quotation has been applied to ; lcngth ^ ^ for t .-.erican Civil Liberties Union a double standard would not only
Maurice Goldring in a letter | be opportunistic but completely un-
qT paper of Apr. 9. democratic and opposed to all con-
To find Jews impugning Jew-
ish lawyers who defend a princi-
ple without which a free Jewry
could not exist is indeed to in-
quire of God to save us from our
friends.
fir-Branch of the ACLU. I feel < vlr w,u 8 PJ
[SSSR barges require a J| 'V?,*^ Xi T%
KSplete explanation. I \? ACLU is only interest
" I, .i____.,.; ,.;<~i m principles that maintain lrci-do
HOWARD W. DIXON
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridan:
As Thomas Paine once said: "He
that would make his own liberty se-
- -nember and officer of the ""gjj of **%. "* n"t guard even his enemy
' '..".i, <>f ihP ACI.U I feel I wh*i Mr Goldring is apparently from oppression."
understand
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^ :;,.,- ,^noln,0acceWp, U J^^ r X* SIS S*!-
. ,,,o our denunciations of "J ""gan^ution. One ot those pnn-
," VnAmerican Activities ples most important to the ACL!
. when the Committee l!f_*e^,^,lS?_0?.8 "!"* "*??:
ti try alleged Communists or
travelers by Committee
which are. as the late
emotional responses that impugn
the motivations of Jewish lawyers,
for whom I have the highest re-
gard, because these lawyers follow-
in the footsteps of other Jewish
lawyers such as Felix Frankfurter
who was one of the founders of the
ACLU. and who also foug.it for a
single standard of justice as far
back as Sacco-Vanzetti.
have sent similar letters to Sen.
Spessard Holland and Congressmen
Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell.
I am certain it would be of interest
to your readers.
* *
Hon. George Smathers
United States Senator from Florida
U. S. Senate Building
Washington, D. C.
Dear Senator:
Last nights Apr. 7. Television Sta.
tion WTVJ presented a film, "Let
My People Go." Among others.
Ithere were horiible..scenes of tor-
We would like through the medi- | t"reanH atrocities committed by
'dard of justice fir all. To do less
than this is to destroy freedom.
I regret that Mr. Goldring has
... Malin dubbed their inves-
"trial by subpoena."
It: I
Mm that the Hous* UnAmeri-
ActivltiM Committee has os-
hsi: begun an investigation
[Hh Klan and the so-cal!ed
I: -irty, it makes the HUAC
itr gations completely consti-
|ic-i!ly correct insofar as peo-
um of The Jewish Floridian to
thank the residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged and the parent*
of the children of the North County
YM-YWHA who graciously pesed
for the pictures illustrating our
1963 campaign brochure. "What
Does Your Gift Really Do?"
the Nazis against Jews. The victims
included many of my relatives.
Several days ago, the self-styled
Fuehrer Rockwell stated at a
Nazi rally in Dallas, Tex., that his
followers intend getting rid of
Negroes and Jews by killing them
all out.
In this atomic age, when a life
struggle is going on between the
dark forces of Communism and the
democratic West, the solidarity of
our people is most important. Our
great nation was built by descend-
ants of many lands who came here
in search of freedom and security.
Rockwell's Nazi doctrines arc detri-
mental to our country and do great
harm to our image abroad.
In the name of some fifteen hun-
dred members of our affiliated or
ganizations. all devoted Americans
and your constituents, I petition
you to introduce in the Senate legis-
lation to prohibit such genocidal
statements and activities. We feel
certain that with the present mood
in the Congress its passage would
be assured.
By so doing, you will rnder a
great service to our country and to
the cause of humanity, and you will
earn the gratitude of all fair-mind-
ed Americans.
DR. SIMON WILENSKY
President
Labor Zionist Assembly
Of Greater Miami
unisia Chief in Plea
or Middle East Peace
The pictures which appear in the
brochure were used for illustrative
purposes only. Neither the names
nor the case numbers were in any
way related to the individuals who
posed fr.r the pictures.
I think you will agree that the
, brochure in itself really presented
; the story of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Director
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Continued from Page 1-A
y 10 recuperate part of the
{-vm u hjeh tliey have been
Even more important, this
< establish a clima.e of peace j sentiments
(. cistence."
realists and overstep the phase of
recriminations. We must take into
consideration changed periods,
have a humane sense, and not let
and hatred supplant
reason."
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Enclosed is a copy of a letter I
sent to Sen. George Smathers. I

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Stressing that, in voicing these
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that many Arab regimes are noi
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Page 7-A
SlYMOUK SAMtT
JUDGE HAROLD SPAtT MAHNHCIM SHAPIRO
ICommittee Chapter to Hear Shapiro;
jymour Samet Tribute Due at Meeting
jje Greater Miami Chapter of
lerican Jewish Committee turns
[attention to "The Jew in a Free
Ijety" at its annual meeting to
[held Sunday, Apr. 25, at the
iont Plaza Hotel.
kuheim Shapiro, national direc-
of the Jewish Communal Af-
j Department of AJCommittee,
| be gne.-t speaker.
, well-known author and lectnr-
| Shapiro headed the "Bayville
Idy," a survey of attitudes among
He County Jews to each other
) the Christian community and
nsored by AJCommittee.
The Quest for Jewish Identity"
he title of a recent article by
piro which has been widely dis-
ited.
n addition to Shapiro's presen-
lion, the evening will be mark-
|by a tribute to Seymour Samet,
tcutive director of the Greater
r Chapter from its founding
11952, until he left to join Gov.
LeRoy Collins' staff on the Com-
munity Relations Service in
Washington.
Samet will be present to respond
to the tribute.
Circuit Court Judge Htrotd B.
Spact is chairman of the dinner
meeting, and members of the com-
mittee are Mrs. Aaron Farv. pub-
licity; Mrs. Morton llalpern, ar-
rangements; and Mrs. Bernard Ste-
vens, Barton S. Udell, Mrs. Donald
Blechman. Mrs. Morris S. Burk,
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Robert Litowitz, Mrs. Ira E. Mogul.
Mrs. William Rnlkind. Mrs. Maurice
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G THE WEEK... IIS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
change since the days of Auschwitz, despite the work of Pope John
(III.
Seemingly, something happens at the advent of Easter. It is pro-
undly sad but true that too many of the thoughts and feelings ex
sseel by Pope Paul are classic reflections of anti-Semitic atti-
es and efforts at conversion throughout the ages. 1 have never been
kerexcited by the Ecumenical activity for precisely the presenti-
ment ol these occurrences a kind of predictable doom to Vatican
otherhood Those Jews who rightly refused to expend energy in
s direction, and who felt safe in their Judaism without a seal of
proval set upon them by others, will find nothing in Pope Paul's
ssion sermon about which to be concerned.
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'Jen1st fterMian
Urge U.S. -Israel Security Tie
WaufauA I S**"***f
WASHINGTON (JTAj In a
ech on the floor of the I!.
,. : tatives. Rep. Thomas
C '.i '
c Ued on the Government
a mutual se-
el, ; i supplj
. ns, an I to
an arms I
',(-.
In support of his demand, he
> .i a statement made last
month by President Nasser of
"we sh:ill enter Pall -
tine en a pa'h of Wood." Accord-
ing '" R*P- MdBra h, "preparations
are already under way to divert
large quantities of water from the
Jordan, and Israel can reasonably
be expected to resist with iorce."
He pointed out that "Soviet
Russia is supplying Nasser with
missive amounts of modern wea-
pons." Also, he said, German
scientists are continuing work to
create nuclear weapons for
Egypt. Denouncing American aid
1 Nasser, Rep. McGrath said
that "without American aid, he
could not have afforded German
and the materials
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technicians
they use."
: i bruarj to continue aid to N -
in order tha I dcor to
ining with P ...--'
it tn i be closed." But. be i
;. "our reas ning has not re-
sulti i m abatement ol his threats
against Israel, ami the time i- fast
oaching wlM n Israel will begun
gating the Nege> wi.h .Ionian
River waters."
While the State Department at-
tempts to reason with Nasser, he
aid. "we must also follow a more
practical courseproviding Israel
with weapons in order to maintain
he military balance. That is the
only way to forestall an outbreak
of war in that part of the world."
Britain's Labor Government docs
not share the American view about
President Nasser of Egypt being a
main force for stability in the
Middle East, it was revealed in
Jerusalem as an aftermath to the
! high level talks held in London re-
centlv bv Prime Minister Levi
Eshhi' Tfc ugh Britain seeks a
working relationship with Mai
it hi dev< loped, the London G t
i ri m< nl a lv< firm stand
si
Informed quarters here said
that Mr. Eashkol tcld the Israeli
Cabinet when he reported on his
talks w th British Minister
Haiold Wilson and Foreign Se-
cretary Michael Stewart that,
though the British leaders are
epposed to Israel's use of force
to prevent Arab diversion of the
headwaters of the Jordan River,
they take a mere liberal view on
that entire issue than Washington
does. aj
Britain is now understood to be
.rorc prepared than the I'nited
States to agree that the diversion
plan, devised by Nasser, is aimed
primarily at the heightening of ten-
sions in this region. Britain, it is
understood is also ready to take
stronger measures against pres-
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State Department Favors Furnishing
Jordan With Arms Instead of Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department is nearer a de-
cision t<> furnish new arms to Jor
dan than it is ready to respond to
Israel's application, it was learned
this week from high Government
sources. These S Hirces said that
|' needs are being considered
hut thai American authorities are
c( n\ inced t!. Israeli I rces are
l-prepared ami a equipped.
The State Department is willing
to consider the supply of some
equipment to Israel, however, to
id an imbalance if evaluation!
g] ovi that a balance no longer ex-
ists. Talks are in progress with
both Jcrdan and Israel.
The New York Tirr.es said that
the United States and Jordan are
nearing agreement on American
supply of additional arms to Jor-
dan including tanks, to help mod-
ernize Jordan's army. At the
same time, the newspaper stated
in a Washington dispatch, agree-
ment is expected on Israeli pur-
chase of American arms.
Jordan's request reportedly in-
cludes M-448 medium tanks. Jor-
dan's Brig, Gen Amor Kama-'i.
chief oi plans and operations of the
Jordanian army v as rep rted to
have been in Washington for the
past week, "working oul the I
a U.S. at
(>t icially, the Stab Department
"As '' e ha\ e Stated on main
i in the pi l we neil
firm requests for military equip-
I nor talks about such equip-
We do not think it is desir-
h po sil ility of such requests i r
-ion of them
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Eshkol Expects U.S. Arms
licmi
,.ni Beach Mayor Melvin I. Richard and Mrs. Rose Weiss.
loneer civic leader, were among some 100 quests present
the Miami Beach First National Bank last Wednesday
Ihe bank dedicated its Hall of Fame in recognition of the
ly's leading developers.
randeis District Holds Meeting
Irardtis Zionisl District of Mi- speaker was Kabbi David Halo
Beach met Monday, 8 p.m., Cross in an address on "Passover
in] Federal on Nor- and Easter From Pharaoh to
Id; Dr Nasser."
Featured nomination Program chairman was Max
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Continued from Page 1-A
man, President Johnsons special
envoy, who was here last month,
ad maae no demands and had
brought no pressures upon Israel.
Nor are demands or pressures,
he said, expected from Phillips
"i.i not, U.i. Under Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs,
wi-o wi I visit Israel shortly. Mr.
loibot, il was asserted, will be
in Israel only 24 hours, and may
not even meet with the Premier.
The meeting ;i tin- press here
was .\h. E>lik<.: s l.rst since his re-
cent week's visit t.> London, where
he conferred with all Ihe top lead-
ers ot ihc Briti&h Government. 'Is-
rael has reached ;i stage where, in
its talks with world leaders," he
said, "they recognize the fact that :
I.siael must be adequately supplied,
in order that she should form a
deterrent factor.''
His visit to Britain, he said, was
"satisfactory." it was the British,
he reported, and not he who had
raised the Jordan River diversion
question, and they had some "ad- '
vice" to offer to Israel on the is- '
we. It had been reported earlier
lh:it Britain advised Israel not to
take any action against the Arab
water diversion plans, bu. to leave
the issue to the United Nations.
As to Israeli relations with the
Soviet Union, he stated that, in
view ef ihe preoccupation of the
Big Powers with the Vietnam situa-
tion, there is little chance now for
a rapprochement between Israel
and the USSR. In regard lo peace
talks with the Arabs, he reiterated
Israel's long-s landing offer to meet
(! rietlv with IK- Arabs fi r peace
talks, when the latter agreed to do
i,
Rumors that he was contemplat-
ing another t i|> abroad s ton were
dissipated by Mr. Eshkol, He said
lhat, hough such a trip had hi en
U.S. Judge Takes
German Stand
FRANKFURT (JTA) Penn-
sylvania -Supreme Court Justice
Michael A. Mussmano, told the
court o: trying 22 Auschwitz con-
centration camp personnel and that
members of Hitler ss could have re-
fused '< participate in the mass
murders of Jews if they reall) want
ed to do so.
Judge Mussmano based his as-
sertion on facts he had accumu-
lated after World War II as a
prosecutor and as an official who
had interviewed at least 200 SS
officers and other Nazis charged
with mass murder. He testified
that, in most instances, a Nazi re-
fusing to take part in mass mur-
der would be sent to the front
but not punished in any other
manner.
"The onL) reason SO many Others
did not ask for duty at the front."
be said, "was because, if they
.-hot at the front, someone would
-hnot back; but when they shot
down helpless men. women and
children, the only response was the
meaning oi the dying."
. insider ed, he would not <> abroad iled to be held in Israel next
before the general elections icbed ovember.
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tJenlstitkridSarj
Friday. AprJ 15
Temple Emanu-EI Names Max Boderman;
Also Lists Slate and Board of Directors
At an annual election meeting
and dance .tt the Fontair.etleau Ho-
tel, the coii'-mc-ijuoii ; T.-np!e
Emanu-EI -elected it.- leadt rs fcr
the coming ye.. 1
Max Boderman WM elected pres
ident to succeed Joseph M. Lipt 11.
who er\t\l as preMdent for four
vears Samuel N Krirfl and VM I
elected chairman 01 the board.
Other officers are hJnor;> life
president-. Mayer 11. Fiankel. Jos
eph M. Lipton. Joseph M. Rose.
Harry Sirkin; honorary vice presi
dents. Bernard I. Binder. Charles
Fruchtman. Leo Robinson; vice
presidents. Joseph Cuien. Judge
Irving Cypen, Dr. Stanley Frehl
ing. Samuel J. Halperin. Emil Mor
ton. Jack S. Popick. George J. Tal-
ianoff: treasurer. Jack Carner; as-
sociate treasurer. Samuel Lipton.
* Secretary. A. J. Molasky; asso-
ciate secretary. Dr. Sherman R.
Kaplan; financial secretary. Abe
Green; associate financial secretar-
ies Marcus O. Sarokin and Herbert
S. Shapiro; recordina secretary
Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors to join those whose terms of
office have not yet expired are
Leonard Abramson. Col. Jacob Ar-
vey. Arthur Desser. Morris Fisher
Harry Genet. Allen Goldberg. Nor
man M Gillcr. Louis Hauser. Ga-
briel Heatter. Samuel Katz. Murry
Koretzky. Morris Lapidus. Sam Lu
by Jr.. Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Baron
de Hirsch Ifeyer, Joseph Miller,
liany Mui David A Nathan. I)r Kurt l'<;ser.
Lee Ratncr. 5 imuel Rost. Sim 11 E.
Kir 11. Joseph Suck-. Nathan
-chuar /. SaflMtel L Seltzer. I
ctor. Thec.Lre A ZaUtl.
Remaininy on the Board ol 1
tor- : < Max Bauer. Jerry BK.nk
Sam Blank. Jules P. Channing.
Jiulge Meyer L Cherkas. Leo Eis-
enstein. Dr. Jack J. Falk. Raymond
E. Fcincr. Judge Milton Feller.
Sydney Cans. Ben Zion Ginslure.
George Goldberg. Alexander S.
Gcrdcn. William H. Gordon, Joseph
Hcffman. Benjamin G. Kline, WiJ-
i.am Kline, Max Kolker, M. J. Ko-
pelowitz. Harry Koretzky.
Also David Levinson. Oscar Mam
bcr. Hank Meyer. Benjamin Mey-
er-. Harry Pearlman. Earl Pertnoy.
Jacob Rabinowitz. Dr. Harold Rand.
Charles Rosenblatt, Julius Rosen
tcin. Raymond Rubin. Irving
-iVitzman, Sol C. Shave, Jack Sil-
verman. Milton Sirkin. Alfred
Stcne. Michael Taines. Charles Vav-
r-. Raphael K. Yunes.
Trustees of the congregation will
, be announced prior to installation.
Circuit Court Judge Harold B
>paet is chairman of the dinner
meeting, and members of the com-
mittee are Mrs. Aaron Farr. rnib-
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Rabbi Landau
At Beth David
During Passover
Rabbi Sol Landau, new -pinuu.l
leader of Beth David Congregation,
will be with the congregation dur-
ing the entire Passover holiday.
Subject of Rabbi Landaus over-
all theme for Ma tenuous will be
Freedom for What?"
Rabbi Landau is an author and
lecturer. He was born in Berlin
and schooled in London and the
United States.
Rabbinical tradition in his family-
dates to the 16th century in Europe.
One of his ancestors, Ezekiai
Landau, was chief rabbi of Prague
200 yean ago. The city of Landau.
; Germany, was named for his fam-
ily.
During his visit here. Rabbi
Landau will meet with COOgregajlta
and auxiliaries of Beth David to
map future plans.
Rabbi Ever In
Sabbath Lecture
Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual lead-
er Of Agudatb Israel Hebrew In-
stitute, delivered a two-hour Yid-
dish lecture last Saturday after
noon on "Ritual and Significance
of Passover."
The lecture was his Shabbat
Ilasadol talk. The Great Sabbath
i- the Saturday falling prior to the
advent of the Passover holiday
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Apnl
16. 1965
J Paqe 11-A
Rabbi Visits the Florida Campus
3y RABBI MAYER
ABRAMOWITZ
I. -e invitation of a group of
-u *0 participated in the
-coming Service* in Temple
crah I sPcnt a day on
L5 'of the University of
Sea fcr the purpose of con-
.:.. ihc link between my
ZZ rodents who are present-
Banding the university in
nesville The format we
iec upon was for me to meet
ncm at "A Supper with the
jj where we would have an
rumitv for an informal dis-
SK,n. M wen as a formal lee-
,og Judaism.
-:i ample time, both before
I tfler the supper, to be avail-
. -o the students for any per-
eoUDMung which they may
Ui.f.
nothing Sacrosanct
h nomenl I stepped onto the
..: di the university. I sensed
ng and restless spirit. I
| telj felt 'hut the serene
istere academic buildings
sharp contraal to the spi-
alking and talking of the
E.. men and women along the
\ ivered v alks.
lin an exhila-
rating and exciting day, listening
and talking to some of the stu-
dents, I tame away with a distinct
imprest-ion that there truly are a
restles>?ncss and constant search
on the part of the college men
and women.
This restless of spirit is not only
a part of their formal educative
process in the classrooms, but it
permeates throughout all facets
of their life. Nothing is sacros-
anct. Nothing is taken for grant-
ed. They will agree to nothing nor
accept anything unless it is scien-
tifically proven to their satisfac-
tion.
momentary Rejection
This restless spirit is not only
greatly evident in their search for
religious meaning in their lives
as Jews. As in everything i'lse, so
too in the matter of religion. On
the one hand, they are emotional-
ly bound to family tradition and
filial loyalty; while on the other
hind, the newly experienced free-
dom on the campus urges them to
reject postulates and principles
which wcif significant to them in
the past. TV. y seem to be in a
state of rebellion, undoubtedly
encouraged by 'he eheNenging
life at the university, wherein
they want to dneover for them-
Rabbi M.r.i< Abramou itt
tpiritul lender o\ Temple Men-
0rah rectnt\\ i isiled die cam-
Unit'! I
ill.. he mei u'idi former -in
ili-mv at die Temple Metiordli
Relie:oiu School Hetewith, he
.. Ion ii Iw. impri m oris !/ tlit
selves the validity of these prin-
ciples and postulates.
This academic and religious re-
bellion is not limited to any single
group. The director of the IliJlel
Foundation, the Jewish student
house on the campus, told me that
a boy or girl active in United
Synagogue Youth or National
Foundation of Temple Youth will
not necessarily become active in
Jewish student affairs on the
campus. Quite the contrary, many
of those who were formerly active
In their synagogue or temple
youth groups generally shy away
from religious involvement. This
momentary rejection, he stated.
is a common experience by the
other denominational houses on
the campus.
"The more we are encouraged,
the less we will observe." was the
way one of the students summed
it up, In essence, what he mean
was that the college students want
to find things out by themselves
and to confirm their faith on their
own terms.
On one point, however, wc were
all in agreement, and that was
th.it the college students need
mire knowledge to evaluate and
judge their own Judaism. The
limited training which stopped
at Bar Mitzvah or confirmation is
insufficient for their present re-
search. The unique resolution was
therefore suggested that a "do-it-
yourself Judaism" was feasible,
provided each student undertook
to acquire, through reading, more
knowledge of the ritual >. the
ethics and the philosophy of
Jewish faith.
Maintaining link
As I returned home, I realized
what one of the students said
when he proposed the maintain-
ing of the link between the college
student and his rabbi. "The
campus-cannot be isolated from
the community." We must find a
universe of discourse with the
college student in order to conti-
nue the dialogue with us during
the important formative years of
his life at the university.
'Girl Friday' Observance
Highlighting a week of "Girl Fri-
day" activities, Miami's secretary
and DOSS Of the >eir will be named
Wednesday during a 7:30 p.m. ban
quet at the Everglades Hotel. The
event is part of National Secretar-
ies Week being observed by Ml-
ami's so members of the National
Secretaries Association ami their
bosses
rm
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Friday. April 16
Passover Opens Friday Eve
Continued from P*g 2-A
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviacr.
..* 1:11 i>.ni. rimiiilnnnl Bender
:46 p "> Saturday 10:45 a.m. Paaanvat
family aarvftca,
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 1M00 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Rtiaeman.
I': ill.iy S:M p.m. Evening Paaaovel
.-. rvi< i. Saturday 1:30 a.m. Barmon:
"The Meauuah A Shi.-M fur a Jaw-
lab Home.'" 6:80 p.m. Evening Pnaa-
si rvirr. Sunday ".*::" a in. Bar-
K.m: "Whv tin- I-..in- in]*. 1 '-i iii-_
. Seder* A Le'wm in Semantic*.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
PVIriay p.m. Baturdaj 9 a in Ber-
"Paaach, tin- Symbol of F
dom." Evening service 6 p.m. Sat-
urday t a.m. Sermon: "The Flflb
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
uehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday I a.m. Service for Ural Born.
i .. ilna s< r\ Ice In temple >' p.m. fol-
lowed by first Seder in PHintalnebleau
Hoti l 7 p.m.. under auaplcea of .<;>-
t.rli.....i. Saturday t a.m, Service in
temple. i"::!" a.m. Phlldcens' Bervlce
In anaembly hall. Saturday p.m.
Services in tempi*' followed by aec-
ond Boder in Fontainebleau Hotel '
p.in Sunday ; a.m. Bervlcea in tem-
ple. 1":"" a.m. Children*' service in
.....ibly hall. I>r. lahimaii will con-
duel morning aervtcea ami prealde at
Hie Sedarim.
----.----
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
i day t> p.m. Pa>s'iver e\ e. Consrr-
l Seder s "" p.m. Baturdaj it
a.m I'aeaover morning servtoao.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
*r- .
Irrlday ." p.m. Baturdaj n a.m. :"
i p.m. Congregational Bedei
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday S:4 p.m. Baturdaj -' a.m.
land I pin Bundnj 8:48 a.m.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80t
Tatum Waterway. Mode
tional. Rabbi Eugene
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday I p.m. Baturdaj B:4-
iii..ii: "Kraodons, Freedom K
but u"i i Drop to Drink.'
m-i \'..-. ; i> m. CnrnmunUj
both .v.-nin-'.- Bundnj t:K
nmli: lit My I"- II. i...
aervlces Baturdaj and Hui
a.m.
h St. and
rn Tradi-
Labovitz.
a.m. Ber-
\. n a here
Evi uiiui
Sedai .in
a.m. P. i-
chllilr. n"
Idas 1":::"
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
[ Friday ; p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar-
Imon: "Pharaohs of Today." Bunday
I 8:43 a.in Barmon: "The Flrat Com-
ii.anilintin Given in Egypt."
----
' TEMPLE ZlON. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
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] TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Henr>
Wernick.
Friday ti:::n p.m Service Mini commun-
ity Seder. Baturdaj 8 a.m. btarmon:
Portion -.f th. Week." Second Seder,
i.::;n p.m.
j YOUNG ISHALL. 90 NE 171at St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Sal irdaj 9 a.m. bermon: "festival of
adorn." Buntlaj i* a.m. Kermon:
r -t* i- anil I tiK*ir>ler."
! TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabb'
Samuel April Cantor Nico Zeldman.
I Fridaj a in. s. > Ice <<- firs' born
1 .Min. ha .:::" p.m Baturdaj v IS a m
H ibu uii Ben Ice Bui Mils-
I i/ah: ;.ii'. nn "f Mr, ami Mr*.
Jack Meilnlck. Peaoch Mlncha :'"
p.m. Bundaj 6:43 .i.in. Sermon: "The
j T.-ai-ln r-' Main- and ih Bed* Di -
vice." End "i *econd daj aervld -
8:30 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE t5th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Fridaj 8 pin. CnmniunitJ' Seder. Sat-
urday in a.m. Passover services Ser-
mon: "What L'nleiivened Bread Should
Symbolise for our Affluent, Inflated
Boi i- ty."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conaervative.
, Friday 8:30 p.m. Ert v Pesai t. aervUi -
> Sal iiridaj Paeer services I .i n
I..ml 6:30 p.m. Sunday 8 m.
I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
ON THE
OCEAN
THE BEST
VALUE
OF ALL IS
CAMELOT
Regional Confab
For Youth Group
Southern Region of National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth is
planning to have its 1965 Regional
Convention in Miami Beach. More
than 400 delegates from Florida.
Georgia. Tennessee. South Carolina I
and North Carolina are expected |
to attend.
For the past two years. Miami
Beach Chapter has been named
best chapter. The award, given at
'. regional conventions, is made on
the basis of the activities of the
! chapter.
This year, Miami Beach is again
one of the main contenders for the .
i citation.
Officers for 1965 are Billy Leff. '
; president; Shereen Dearr and Irv-
' ing Jacoby. vice presidents; Barry ,
, Bogin. treasurer; Maxine Zisquit,
corresponding secretary; and Rob-
' ert Galbut, convention chairman.
National Conference of Synagogue
! Youth is the youth movement of
' the UbJdd of Orthodox Jewish Con-
i gregations of America.
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
re several choice apartments ready for immediate
occupancy at moderate rentals.
1 and 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS
from $200 a month
CAMELOT HALL
RENTAL APARTMENTS
10185 COLLINS AVENUE
BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA
PHONE UN 5-0535
RABBI ISRAIL MIIDMAN
Rabbi Friedman
At Beth Jacob
For Passover
Rabbi Israel E. Friedman, direc-'
tor of the Religious Department of ;
I the Jewish National Fund, will con. I
! duct Passover services in Congre-1
gation Beth Jacob on Miami Beach.
Rabbi Friedman is a graduate of j
; Rabbi Etchanoo Theological Semi-
nary and Yeshiva College. Before
' coming to the Jewish National j
1 Fund, Rabbi Friedman was admin- j
istrative assistant to the president |
! of the Mizrachi Organization of
America.
In the course of his association
with Religious Zionism, Rabbi
Friedman has toured the United
States many times.
Recently. Rabbi Friedman re-
turned from an extensive tour of
i Israel and Europe, where he met
with the foremost leaders of Israel,
as well as with top Jewish leader-
ship on the continent.
Rabbi Friedman has occupied
pulpits in Montgomery. Ala and
Minneapolis. Minn.
Dr. Kapchan Will Lecture
Dr. Jack A. Kapchan. psycholo-
gist, will lecture at a meeting of
| Single Parents of Miami Beach on
I Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at the Bel
A ire Hotel.
Scholarship awarded to Israel: Steven Weininqer,
Torah Congregation, is shown being awarded a schola
to Israel with the annual USY Israel pilqnmaqe.
Mann, president of the Southeast region, makes the
tation. The scholarships were announced by Phillip!
vice president. United Synagogue of America, Southecsti
gion, chairman of the Regional Youth Commission.
thousand youngsters from all over the countiy will leaveh\
seven-week educational visit to Israel on June 30.
opportunity
does knock
twice!
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 wonderful Treasure Island
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DIPLOMAT E. ZEV SUFOTT SCHEDULED
jel Bonds Planning 17th Anniversary
mdence Day Dinner Here on May 2
atcr Miami will colebrat" Is-
flith 5'r of statchood at the
I Israel Independence Day
to be held Sunday evening,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
nting his government at
an will be E. Zev Sufott,
. of the State of Israel, a
: member of the Israel For-
nistry.
,_> Uriel Independence Day
r, Rabbi Leon Kronish will
ureted at chairman of the
Miami Israel Bond Or-
jtion, succeeding Leonard
under whose leadership
| level* t.israe*Bond
hieved.
idition to Rabbi Kronish, a
JMiamians will be officially
rated in other top positions
i Israel Bond Organization at
ack-tif event.
Hera ]>-.ival Dancers will
tliired in a special program
fed for the event. Music for
jig will be provided by the
[North Sociey Orchestra.
L i" make this year's Israel
fendenct Daj I "inner "one of
,-i memorable in the history
community" moved into
tear thi- week at a reception
Eg of nsai l hosts, called
\ and Mrs I arl Weinkle, pio
community leaders.
|tending the reception at the
rial House on Monday night
leaders end heads of top
organi: iticnt, as well SI
rabbis and lay leaders of tarn-
plea and synagogues.
Heading preparations for the
dinner under the leadership of
.'hairman Leonard Rosen; honor-
ary chairmen, Samuel Friedland
jnd Jack A. Cantor; and Women's
Division chairman, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, are the Trustees of
Israel, including:
Mr. and lira, Leonard Abeta, BHao
v. AdiiniH, James It, Albert, Hldne]
>. Anain, l'lilllp Merkowtts, Mr. anil
Mrs. Bam Blank, Andrew if. Blaaa,
ten Blunt, William nurnateln. Lew-
's K. Mower. S)ii|iaid Iti-iiad, .lark A.'
I'mitor. Jaick I'urner, Charlox I'liur-
-owaky, Aaron II. ('iirbn, Sarah
w
-ns '- mm c -. ,.i.,..
vi^enW-S'1!m F;,Danc'. Sonia Dano-
Jltx, Nathan Itamky, Max IXmktur,
Louis HeCovcny, Joseph Denmark,
Clara Denner, Henry Diamond, Mor-
ris Dob.schultz.
Mr. .111,1 lira, Isaac Dom-n, Sam
Dorfnian Isadora Krell. Jerry DuDell
lU-rnartl Kplir.iu.r. is. Aaron Khrlkh-
iiian, Leon J. 1011, Joseph EpsUin lien
K.Hs.n. .Morris Kalk. Paul Kask., Sam
re lust.in. Herman \V. Kuldman, Mas-
-niiiai, i.tdstt-in. Betty P, Peuer, Jo-
opt" H. Hno, William nsh.r, Harr
I'l.-isli.r, Hamuel Fox.
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Frank. I. s.,|
Frankel, Uayshle Prledfcerg, Kanni
C. HYomincr, Sam Kut-hs, Sainm 1 i;al-
jond, Maurice Cans, Ann ilarfinkd
i>co Oelvan, Harry Genet, Benne Qtt-
ueman, oorm QoMbent, Jaime <'...|d-
enbarg, Morris Qoldfarb, l rank Oold-
inan, KOI Ooldatein, Kllwtx-ih C.....1-
man. Bather Goodman, Ulllan Good-
man, Samuel Uraubarl.
Jennie OrosshMrer. UiuIh It. Qroaa-
man. Mosea J. <;riindwork, Abraham
Page 13-A
V. Grunhut, A. .1. Harris, Harry Har-
ris. William J. Harris, Max Hecht.
Frank Hershcy, GeOnte Holtriberfr,
Samuel 'i. Jamison, Vrvi Jonas, Man-
uel Joseloff, Samuel Kami. Bernard
Katz, Jack Katsman, l'aul Kesser.
Morris Kipper, Robert L,. Kocppcl,
Max Kolker.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korctzky. Hur-
ry KoretSky, Max Krauss, Joseph Kre-
fctz. Iiavld 1-chrfield, Irvine I.chr-
man. Moc Levin, Albert 11. Levlne.
Kvnjaniin Levlne, Max A. Lipschlta,
Samuel Upton. I.. xis I.owc-mhal. Na-
than Manilow. Joseph Uanabaoh,
Dave MarBulics. lten Mavkowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Kinanuel Mentz, Loii-
is Mcrwltzer. Morris I. Ulnov, Morry
B, Morris. Alexander afuaa, Slanhv
C. Meyers. Morris Nash, Nallian Nash,
Robert II. Newman. Rose New man,
Sol Nord, Max Nuiioinovlc. Selma <>r-
Itt, K. Albert Pallot, Harry l-latoff.
Martin Pollack, Sam rollovk, David
POnVe, David 1'rovus.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin. Jacob
Rahlnowits, Morris RaMnowitz, Jo
seph K. Rackovsky, Julius Resnlck,
I'hll Rcvitz. Hyland Rlfas. Benjamin
B. Rimer, Joseph M. Rose, Max Ro-
sen, Charles Rosengarten, Julius Ro-
Henstcln. Sam Rost, Seymour Rubin,
Jacob Kusso, living- M. Sachs, Joseph
Sacks, Solomon Sandier, Marcus O.
Sarokin, Solomon M. Schiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Sain .-.-hiifiiiaii. Isi-
dore Schub, Sol Schwartz, Mendcil
M. Selis, Max Shapiro, Benjamin
Sharps, Murray A. Shaw, S'ol C.
Shaye, Fred K. Shoehet, Harry Silver.
William Silverstein. Harry Slmonhoff,
Sam binionhorr, i.o'.iis F. Snetman,
Mr. and Mr.s. (ierald Soltz, Charles
Sommer, Nathan H. Spicgclman, Jo-
seph F. Stein. Phillip Stein, Irving
SuiniHUi, Marks Tenen.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Os-
car I. Tobcy, Sadie Troskey, Isaac
Unterman, Abraham I. Uslander. Al-
fred Waxman, Julian W. inkle. Simon
Wllenaky, Morris Woskow. Manuel
Vav. low, Morris Young, .loseiih Zalls,
Maurice \.. Zaretsky. Rubin Zerlin,
Samu*-I 7ttn-r t..i*1i Ziick.niian
and Matthew Ztickerman.
Mr. and Mis Ren Frankenstein.
Samuel Friedland. Mac tiaehe, Rydne)
tans, Ben Oilier, Norman .\l. Ciller, I
David Goodman, Isadore Hecht, Mrr-
ris lliiseh. Leon B, Jacobs, Howard
Kane. Samuel Klpnia, Jay I. Klalak,
Hldoi-e l.ieldiol.ei. JosOjib M. I.I].....I,
i''s-i. I.iii. Sam l.. I.id". Benjamin
Meyers.
Mr. and .Mis A .1. .\|,,|n-kv. Kmi
Morion. Ben Novack, Max Orovltx,
'.ou Poll. i. Jack S. I'(.pick, Louis
'. nsteln, Maurice Revltz, Jacoli Itif-
cin, Carrie llosen, Leonaril Rosen,
I'hilip Rosenberg, Raymond Rubin.
' otiln r. Rudnlek Be- m..... -
mnn, Harry Slrkin, Milton Slrkln,
I 'all W iiiK:> .iri i V .i \ \\ I /.
bers of the Corps Hosls
it-. Rahhl ami M \l .-v Abramo-
tvltl and Mi. and Mr.- Ljllon Abrum-
SOII, W .1 ll m \i:l ii.. \, Josi ph All -
at'huller, Abe Appel, Joseph Apple-
unuin, Joseph I.. \i k a, .i..-. ph Ash.
Vhram Haktr, llermnn i:ash, Me>er
\. Raskin, Herberi Bauaiganl. Sam-
... ; I.. nan, lierili i:
I. Hindi ,l< rrj
.in. >.. urn Bol v.. Mlch.n i I i
I .i Rroti
\i! and Mrs. Louis Bin >
ii. Mnn lei
. Mi yr i'
.....i. Joseph 'ohl ii. Citllei
Before You Rent. Compare
,
ermanent chronicle of Israel's formative years is the Gold-
wok of the year honorinq Miamians who helped build Is-
Ihrough their participation in the Israel Bond proqram.
. Weinkle, who with Mrs. Weinkle hosted a reception for
ICorps of Hosts for the Israel Independence Day Dinner to
peld Sunday evening, May 2, discusses the Book of Trib-
[w:th Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Is-
|Bond Orqanization. The book will be presented at the din-
" Israeli Emissary E. Zev Sufott.
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
JOSEPH TENDRICH
Folly acknowledges the kind expressions
of sympathy and understanding received
during their recent bereavement.
he family particularly appreciates the many
donations made to the Special Clinic of
Variety Children's Hospital and other
Concer Societies in behalf of Joseph Tendrich.
J. M. LIPTON
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Between You ami Ale: By BORIS SMOLAR
New Book Appears on American Yiddish P0J
STUDENTS OF Yiddish literature
ami the number of Yiddish chairs in
Vmerican universities is growing with
very year will be greatly impressed
vit'i a BOO* on American Yiddish poets
USt published The author of this 500-
volume, entitled 'Dichter un Dich-
i "Poets and Poetry'"!, is Avrohom
?. Tal.aclinick. noted essayist and liter
,ry critic, who is himsclt one of the pil-
Inrr of modern Yiddish poetry.
Heading Mr. Tabachnick's critical and analytical es-
says on the Yiddish poets in the United States of the last
S year- one gains a picture c.f the rich and masterful
Jewish poetry created in this country only a generation
ago. Whether the sensitive classic Mani Leib or the stormy
M L. Halvxrn. the poet of the sweat shop Morris Rosen-
jeld or the meat esthete. Yehoa*h, the gifted A. Lyesln 0/
the lyrical Joseph K. Imk. the saintly 11. Leivik or the play
fu? Moshe Nadir each of them stands
out like i(
Capitol Spotlight: By MI1T0N FRIEDMAN
The Spring Madness Has Arrived
Washington'
THE SEASON of April loolishne-s |
and spring madness has arrived
A harbinger of the times is the de- j
cision of the U.S. Army to ban cel-
ebrations of the 20th anniversary;
ol V-E Day bj American military!
personnel in West Germany. Events
planned for early May. the Army
decided, must be canceled lest Ger-
sensibilities be offended.
The State Department advised the Army that the
Erhard Government was already embarrassed by the
unpopular extension of the Statute of Limitations
providing for continued prosecution of Nazi war
criminals. The German public is tired of being re-
minded of the Nazi era. Germans have told Ameri-
cans that bygones should be forgotten.
The U.S. Army's mission in West Germany is to
/ Write as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
Elections Soon
Haifa
ELECTIONS FOR Israel's sixth
Knesscth. to be held late this
year, and the excited preparations
leading up to these elections,
should be watched closely by all
friends of Israel overseas. The re-
sults may have a profound effect
on the future of the country, and
may pave the way for changes of
far-reaching significance.
There have been no major changes to speak of
in policy or principle during the seventeen years
since the creation of the State. Through one coali-
tion or another, the moderate Socialist party. Mapai,
has dominated the scene. The pattern of Israel's poli-
cies today social, economic, foreign are for the
most part just a reflection of Mapai's program, with
such minor adjustments as required to meet the
expedients of amicable coalition.
As the election fever begins to mount, it becomes
clear that there are new factors in this year's cam-
paign which may presage drastic changes.
First of these is the unmistakable evidence that
Mapai has been slipping. The internal dissention
the rift between Ben-Gurion and Eshkol is not
responsible so much as the elementary fact that a
party which has been in power for seventeen years
begins to lose the magic of its appeal to the major-
ity of voters who are unaffiliated and uncommitted.
"It's time for a change" is a powerful slogan, grow-
ing in effectiveness with each passing year.
In an attempt to shore up its electoral strength.
Mapai has entered into an "alignment" with Achdut
Ha-Avodah. a party further to the left. Though small
n size, the latter group "ill undoubtedly bolster up
the idealistic wing of Mapai. and prevent the Ion
of the youth vote, which has been complaining that
Manai i- losing its Socialism. A Mapai which returns
edded I 1 Achduth Ha-Avodah must ine-
vitably veers ft in its economic policies.
What this means by way of attitude to private
capital, '.. \ levels, and labor interests, can be de-
tected. In part, (ram a readin ruth
11., :. press. Moshe Dayan, himself a
1 r but unhappy about the alignment, is
one "i that this tie-up must ine
vitabl) tip Mapai to the left.
On the other hand. 11 appears that for the first
time there will be in the lists a "conservative" party
which can command enough support to make itself
heard and felt as an effective opposition. Hitherto,
a rigM-of-ceater party ha. (with a single exception'
never been able to muster more than 13.7 percent of
the total vote cast Union of the Liberals and Herut
should theoretically now give the new group a min-
imum of 25 percent, not an insignificant figure in a
race against a dozen or more other parties The fig-
ure could well be much higher. In the present polit-
ical constellation in Israel, it is impossible to con-
ceive of anything other than a Labor government.
but a sizeable and well organized opposition could
be a healthy influence in this democracy.
The dissipation of the popular vote among the
many parties will undoubtedly once again mean that
no single party will have a majority.
eoopcr.de closely with the new Germany Army to
(Mend freedom. German forces are today regarded
as the most powerful and reliable component of
NATO. Many of today's German elite a high pcr-
tage ol senior non-commissioned officers and vir-
tually all commissioned officers of the rank of ma-
or and above served under AdoU Hitler. They are
ur comrade -in-arms. and the U.S. Army sees no
point in recalling the days of May 1945. which Ger-
mans found so unpleasant.
Commemorations of V-E Day. it is said by Penta-
gon officers, would amount to little anyway. Perhaps
. few parties at NCO and otficers clubs in West
Germany. A few acting master sergeants and field
grade officers who wear the "ETO" ribbon would be
spared hang-overs. So why bother?
Secretary of Defense McNamara has been asked
to explain this new trend which Ignores the memory
of the many American soldiers who paid the supreme
sacrifice to bring about V-E Day. The Jewish War
Veterans organization told the Secretary that "we
fail to comprehend why this illustrious victory', bring-
ing hope to people not only in occupied Europe but
also to anti-Nazi elements in Germany, should now be
swept under the carpet of history."
The orientation training of U.S. forces in West
Germany is being questioned. At a time when Amer.
ican troops prepared to guard civil rights demon-
strators in Alabama against the murderous snipers of
the Ku Khix Klan. a number of U.S. officers in Mu-
nich thought it hilarious to run about in Klan robes
and masks. Joining the spirit of the Fasching car
nival, they burned a cross, the Klan's notorious sym-
b >l of hate. This reminded the gleeful Germans of
the gemutlich days of the Nazi bonfires.
Protests by American soldiers of Negro. Jewish
and Catholic backgrounds brought the explanation
that it was merely a prank. Following complaints
by veterans organizations, an inspector general has
been ordered to investigate.
Evidence of the spring madness could be seen
not only in Germany but also in the pleasant Balti-
more suburb of Towson. There, an interdenomina-
tional Christian civil rights meeting heard a Catho-
lic priest call for a humane and Christian attitude
toward Negroes. "Rabbi." shouted a heckler in the
crowd.
The next speaker at the outdoor rally was a
Presbyterian minister. He said something about
man's responsibility to love his brother. "Go back
to Isiael," chanted the crowd.
Another upside-down event took place in Wash-
ington. Here, a Congressman charged that Govern-
ment agencies were subjecting job applicants to "an
insidious and illegal search of the human mind."
Rep. Cornelius Gallagher, New Jersey Democrat, is
chairman of a Government Operations Subcommit-
tee that has probed "psychological tests" arbitrarily
imposed by a number of Federal agencies. Appli-
cants are required to answer "true or false" to such
assertions as "Christ performed miracles."
Mr. Tabachnick's book.
And so do about a dozen of other -Jewish *,..
ol them still alive, like Itzik Manger, Chain G JL*
Shtickcr. All of which testifies 1,, the Etfl oj*.'.'
I c try of our days has gained for itself 1 highly;
place in the world's modern poetry, although |
war ha of our modern Yiddish poets have been."
into other languages. In his essay- n the Yiddu
Mr. Tahachnick reveals himselt ., .,.rjous
literary critic and as a great master m seMn
nuances in poetry.
His bock is a fine contribution to Jewish liter**
cism, and his deep insight into the works wkiAL
lv/'.^nu,s ll,m' m m> opinion, next to the lateStl
who was considered the greatest Jewish literarymjti
times. Incidentally. Mr. Tabachnuk is one of the Yg
editors of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWA
A Yellow Badge
I READ in an Israeli papert
15.000 Scandinavian tOUlHjl
expected m Israel this year
seem to like Israel Coming fna]
cold countries, the) appreciate
land where the sun shines imsU
the time. But u they like Israel
rael likes them Not so
tlie Prime Minister of Deni
visited Israel, and he wasacci
a tre mcMHMis reception. Israel and the Jews oil
world cannot forget how the Danes acted
the days of Hitler. When the Nazis invaded'Da
and issued the order that all Jews must wear)
low badges, the King of Denmark, as a sign oil
pathy. himself put on a yellow badge, and a I
days later, all Danes were wearing yellow badea |
A wonderful act! Had other peoples done I
same thing, with millions of yellow badges flutt
over the free world, even a Hitler might hive I
impressed.
The King of Denmark is quoted u havingtoBI
Nazis that the Danes had no anti-Semitism
they do not regard themselves as interior to,
in other words, be was saying to them. "You Ni
must regard yourselves as vcr> stupid and 1
if you think you are. you are."
The Scandinavians are a wise people. They!
the most peaceful nations of the world They I
the most advanced social legislation They *
their spare money giving Nobel prizes to people
have contributed most to the world's welfare 1
women are beautiful and their smorgasbom I
lightiul.
If the Scandinavian tourists are now
Israel, they belong to a race of discoverers. U&.t
of Eric, the Red. discovered America five*
yeara before Columbus. The trouble was he
somewhere in the east. Newport Or Labrador, s*
ars are not sure which. If he had gone instead!
Minnesota, more would have been heard of it
st( ry about his discovery was incorporated ui'
Scandinavian sagas and forgotten Perhaps '
naeeled wae a good publicity nan.
In the days of the American Civil **>
Scandinavian almost singlehandedly savedttew
I refer to John Ericsson, the mechanical gem*'
fashioned the armor clad monitor. The >av
partment first turned the idea down. The
jppealed to Lincoln
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Only Washington Refused to Belief
...-* )' '
'
Jeru
BONN'S PROPOSAL for and the
* qui nl 1 'it reached, on tin
: diplomatic relations with
i w as a m ve the signifi anci 1 I
jond th' (lei man
Israe 01 -iiii>- It came as a replj
to fas r Invitation of, an.! the recep-
tion accorded re Easl Germany's WaJ
ter Ulbricht. Moreover, it was a rejec-
tion by Boon's Chancellor Erhard of Nai
scf overextended blackmail.
The rather h;:rd-to-oomprehend aspect in this develop-
ment between Cain and Bonn However, ft is no secret
throughout, failed to give any public support of the hard-
preeeed Bonn Chancellor True. Washington had offered
her "good offices" to try and bring about a rapproche-
ment between Cairo and Bonn. However, it is no secret
that her endeavors were chiefly directed at making Bonn
change her course of action also after Bonn's initial
surrender to Nasser's demand to halt the supply of the
promised arms to Israel was met with the slap in the face
of the red-carpet rolled out by Cairo for Mr. Ulbricht.
How Mr. Erhard could have been expected to swallow
this and survive that, it Is hai
Mr. Erhard realised thai h<
[he reaction inside Germ in> .,

. i-iup cuid haniu be sustained bj
Th. re was little new or surprising 'nlh*n'^
>.- Washington Una apparently res ,
thai the only promising cours. I
may arouse Mr. Nasser's anger. On imoe r
others in the past, the apparent assiimivg0|
am- encounter with Nasser would **%*%&%
encounter with the whole ol the Arab worw.
Could ill afford. >t to be ?
The soundness of these premises ^'*^%BH
far, all the proof at hand points W ^ *!
heps the most telling evidence 110 m ,**]
onlv Western Power which nowadays me __ie#t\
praise or respect from Mr. Nasser is intfL*fl
and despite France's open and declare" w(Xe0]
Israel while as far as Washing ton .- ^^
dedicated support of and massive ai her a burned-out Kennedy Library in ^
advice to her that she "go and drink
nutr nuici.


L April 16, 1965
^Jewtsit fhrHltr
Paqe 15-A
US. GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL WILL TALK
tadrut 3rd Seder
[Feature On-Spot
L s*dcr celebration will be
|Su-dav evening at the Fon
L.u Hotel under the co-
hie of the Israel Histadrut
iJuee and the Greater Miami
[il for Medical Services in
Loin, chairman of arrunge-
b sj id "thai highlights of the
Pjl] include fie commemora-
is Listed
lirectory
r,. Vocational Service, is list-
[tive latest edition of the '*Di-
of Approved Counseling
?i,-" it was announced by
|( He. P Kiinberg,. Jewish
coal Service president.
, American Board on Counsel-
fen .ces. which publishes the
[or). i> the only unit in the
ry thai evaluates counseling
e>. having been incorporated
ia- purpose by the American
nr.ti and Guidance Assoeia-
Irish Vocational Servic* his
Ireapprovec1 four times in the
pight years, it was announced
agency director. Dr.
M Goodman. He added that
his programs in educational-
Hcnal guidance and counsel-
high school and college
li, iob placement services for
ic.-aped and hard-to-place
Ins and a sheltered work-
I fo- the evaluation, training
fmoloyment of handicapped
|e.
Goodman added th.it the
Service is a
\ oi the Greater
isli Fe leration, and has j
pplic. tion to the United
mi ei -'ii|> in thai or
I'
-encv is n member of the
Planning Council of Dade
the National Rehabiliata-
soeiation. the Florida Re- ;
ikon Association* !he Na- '
c-nd Florida Association of i
d Workshops and Ilome-
Programs, and the Jewish
iLonal Council.
ency's ffices are located
JE 3r v e with its work- .
Celebration Sunday
Report by Popick |
t'en of the 17th anniversary of the
i State of Israel. A modern rendi-
j tion of the Haggadah will be used
] at the Seder, Levin said.
Musical program will be picsent-
ied by Cantor David Conviser and
choir.
Jack S. Popick, chairman of the
Third Seder celebration, who this
week returned from a trip to Is-
rael, will report on his tours
through Histadrut institutions, in-
cluding the Greater Miami Re-
habilitation Medical Center in
Beersheba.
i Sam Feinstein is president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee, and
Jacob Rifkin is chairman of the
Greater Miami Council for Medical
. Services in Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Rifkin will be hon-
ored "for their vision and fore-
"sight" as one of the first to launch
the Greater Miami Medical Center
I project in Beersheba.
Special guest will be John F.
Kenning, U.S. Undersecretary cf
Labor. Henning has made several
trips to Israel, where he consulted
with labor, government and Histad-
rut leaders.
Farband coordinators for the
Third Seder are headed by presi-
dents of the local branches: Ben-
Gurion, Manuel Burstein; Bialik,
Morris Honigbaum; Chaim Weil-
mann, Moe Levin; David Bliss,
Samuel Galfond; Lebediker,
Joseph P. Zuckerman; and Poale
Zion, Dr. Simon Wilensky.
Ifoshe Derm an is executive di-
rector of both the Israel Histadru'
Committee and the Greater Miami
Council tr Medical Services hi Is-
rael.
top aims
NOMINATION
Saturday, Apr. 17, is dead-
line for nominations for the
Dade County Outstanding Cit-
izens Award presentation at
a luncheon at the Everglades
Hotel on Apr. 28. Nomina-
tions may be sent to Sanford
M. Swerdlin. chairman and
permanent secretary of the
award, 742 Reybold Bldg..
Miami. Sholem Lodge of
D"nai B'rilh is annual spon-
sor. Patron since the incep-
tion i; Joseph M. Lipton,
president. Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association.
Former Mayor
To Speak Monday
Former Mayor of Miami Beach ;
I Harold Shapiro will discuss "Lan- j
tern in the Night" before the Amer- |
ican Association for the United Na- i
'ions. Miami Beach Chapter, on ;
Monday al 8 p.m.
Talk will be presented at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1244
Washington Ave.
Group president is B. Bayard
Strell, Chairman is Andre S. Bialo-
lenki.
Recent new members of the or
gani/ation include Dr. Sylvan
F.ehotz. Albert Loewinthan. Nathan
Kushin and Mrs. Pauline K. Mey-
ers.
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Page 16-A >U^i Israel Will Defend Water Rights, GoldaT^
JERUSALEM (JTA) Assert- Arabs I m diverting our water ...1 year 1965-66 which will be in a speech in Jordan, seemingly
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ing that "we shall do everything esources." she declared. "'""" s:
in our power to prevent a wai \; s \,(. made these statement?
with the Arabs." Mrs Golda Meir ., concluded the Knesset de- Durino the debate the Govern-
lamer* Foreign Minister, told the her Mlni8lr>-S budget, XK^lW"**
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I'nai B'rith Chapters
in Beach Planning
lection Meets Here
Council. B'nai Lev! Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark.,
B'nai B'rith philanthropy.
inn Beach
t u.....en i" install otticcrs
L\ Mi i "> l,m- at ,nc Dcau-
fi'l,ii,l. according to president.
Max Kern,
Flora II Sinick, publicity
lian. announces chapter meet-
ffor April.
,,, pi meets Tuesday eve.
|,l iii, Deauvill Hotel. Mrs.
I i -idcnt. will present
j. i cting w ill close with
ti r ill meel Thora
fclaj < ui Tony's Fish Market
[ nation lun.Iieon at
i- Mrs. Harold
In
Menor;'i Chapter meets Tuesday,
Apr. 27, 12:30 p.m., at Miami Beach
federal, Lincoln Mall and Washing-
:on Ave. After a shcrl business
neeting, election oi officers will be
held. Pr sident, .Mrs. John Benja-
min, will hi' hoc, for the refresh-
ments in l: mor ol her birthday.
M'ami Beach Chapter held ,i
luncheon and card parly Tin yday
.-it toe Carlton Hotel.
lie gular meeting is st'iecluled [or
vli nday. 12:30 p.m., .it the Miami
Beaih Federal. 401 Lincoln Mall.
iSuct on oi olficers is on the agen-
da. President is Mrs Sally Fisher.
hapter meets Tues- Annual donor luncheon "ill lake
Lp : g p.m.. Chase Federal, p'aee Tuesday neon. May 4, at the
It. and Sheridan Ave. Program Deauville Hotel. In allation of of-
[president. Mrs George Gins- ficers will foltow, M s. Helene Ro
annoimces the highlight of Kenthal, life member of B'nai B'rith,
proiir.iir, will be UBYO chair and a JuiUiard School graduate, will
[Mrs. living Palm. Election Jlu., selections at the piano Mrs.
Beers will be held. President is Samuel M. Marks is publicity chair-
I.Kick Dei ins. man
likvah Chapter meets Tues- North Share Chapter will have its
I] p.m.. at the Morton Towers installation luncheon on Monday
kat ion Roam. Election of offi- noon. May 3. at the U.mey Plaza
,\ill he on the agenda, an- Hotel. President, Mrs. Betty Tw-
ees president, Mrs. C<*eile O. tclbaum, "ill give her annual re-
ft, Program highlight will be a port. -Mrs. Lester Arkin. past prcsi-
"With Every Step I Take." dent. Miami Beach Council, will in-
iiiu the work ol the Leo N. stall officers for 1905-fiG.
n
j
miff:
by ISABEL GRCVE
i prim-ess ;- I) irn Jaime Sue
Hv-d i'ii Sunday. Apr. 11. to
Idea H hearts "t parents.
pi and Jack I'm J, and ma
r nd pa rents, Yvette and
pkj Krauss, Miami Beach
Leaving the beginning oi Maj
. round the world tour with
i Gid"ej. there's no doubt thai
rky will return to his grand-
Ighter laden with gifts from
Irj i xotie land lie visi s.
9 ivas a week of memorable
h points for Libbic Fischer,
utifnl 90-year-old Last Sat-
is}', lousin Mclvin Summers
li cocktail paily in her
si Islanil 4 home for Libbic
In ii ili>' 'jm t of honor and
ntiinatc friends adjourned to
Gale's lor "din- er tli.it w.is
"I'"- and humor on the- gay
Among guesta were
iiiends ii .;i and Meyer
1 0 ha.I a celebration of
ir own going 50 years ol
1 '-' On Wednesday, the
n 11 was feted at a
'' n -1\-ii bj Esther I Mrs.
!' Moslej Party guesta
long-time friend Dotty
t'lii <:. 'iousegu< -tMis at Lib-
Plaza apartment, here
Yi rk especially for the
l(l'>" ms \|s, Lillie Win-
f. I-1.mi i .. Manscini, Dora and
Ivyne.
111 lay. al lite Women's Can-
Ir Lea-mo ol Miami Beach instal-
lun.heon, Libbie and Mel-
<.-r11.- lite honorary trus-
A sparkling birthday
IKi presented to Libbie. but-
,nocd again with her many
'<'-. Meyer Port braving the
'f Kit women to one man.
1,111 1965, a notable month for
lW" Saudi;, Dale Melt/.er .
'hi iv. she w: to model
' n iits she designed and
l(,,,|""l at the Fashion Depart-
Style show ... on Saturday
km. I he daughter of Mr. and
Is. tU L. Meltzer and fiance
-1" Gerald Pelleti will be bon.
'' al a cocktail rccep ion. and
' w end o| ,he month bofi will
r,.(..,,,,. iron, n.l(|(, county jun-
. The bride-elect
" fashion design major .
rni
d. Ti/,
ovnan s
"Wor/J
"tJTewislri FloiridUari
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 16, 1965
Section 3
Her future bridegroom, son of
Mrs. Rose <;. Petletz, plans to en-
ter the Universitj oi Miami Lav
School.
Roger, son "I Mr. and Mrs. Rob
cit M. Mernt keeping up the
hifch scholastic pace he set al
Miami Heath High al Km r\ I'ni-
versit) in Atlanta He's now an
announcer on the Emory radio
station and an active member in
Tau Epsilon Phi. following a
stint as president oi the pledge
i lass.
It's bii.hday 88 for Charles Ro-
senthal. founder oi Riverside
(. hapels, w ho'll be honored at
New York's Dclmonico Hotel on
May 6 Among the son guests
paying homage t<> the indomitable
Iv'isent'iil will be Miami Beach's
Abe Eisenberg, who has missed
only a couple ol these annual
galCi since 1039 Ii enlhal
and wife Cera, loyal winter visi-
ti : h< re since 1022. left the Eden
Ro: for their home in New York
just a few weeks ago When
Eisenberg n u.ns from the birth-
day celebration, he and his Jean
plan to rpsnd several weeks al
Tow er Isle In Jamaica,
Leon Schachter and actress
wife, G i t e I Stein, operators ol
American-Jewish vaudeville, at
1 h e Cin< ma 'I hi atre in Miami
Beach, caujghl the saw at the
Ihunderbird Motel's Pow Wow
Room tin' Other night Schacht-
er and Aaron Courshon, tang-time
showman and one ::l the T-Bird
owners, cooking UP a deal lor an
exchange cf talent that will guar-
antee a longer season to enter-
tainers who com- to Miami Beach.

Takin'.' a five-day break from
pre-med studies at Tulane Univer-
sity, where he's a svrnigM "A"
student. Sheldon Zilbeil spending
the holidays with his family .
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ZU-
hert. Sheldon i- planning to work
in the lab at Ml Sinai Hospital
this sunnier
Olive (Mrs. Ben) Levin, promin
,-i.t Miami Beach socialite who
Continued on Pag *-B
Newly-inUalled officers of the Women's Can-
cer League of Miami Beach who have raised
over 5350.000 for Mount Sinai Hospital's Tu-
mor Clinic are sh^wn at their installation
meeting. Seated (left '-> right) are Mrs. Ardelie
Levitt, recording secretary; Mrs. Leon Man-
heimer, president; Mrs. Jean Lehman, install-
ing officer; Mrs. Jerome Rado. outgoing presi-
dent; Mrs. Irvino Rubin, treasurer. Standing
(left to right) are Mrs. Melvynne Sommers, so-
cial secretary; Mrs. Howard Grove, vice pres-
ident: Mrs. Sheila Markell, corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Juls S'irk, financial secretary:
Mrs. Lill Blasberg, corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Ethel Gerson, chaplain; Mrs. Betty Fine-
gold, vice president; Mrs. Jerome Sugarman,
social secretary; Mrs. Irving Berlin, vice presi-
dent; Mis. Harold Soglovuz, vice Dresiaeni.
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PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit
of the occasion bring peace and freedom
to all peoples everywhere.
Mn*J<;r. faahicr
BURDINE1


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J'nai B nth Women's Chapters Plan
ilectlon Meetings Through End of i
L .. to right are Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Mrs.
Herbert S. Shapiro, Sisterhood president, Dr.
Irving Lehrman, and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
chairman, at culmination ceremonies of the
adult education series held every Tuesday
morning since Jan. 5 at Temple Emanu-El. The
series of classes is sponsored by the Sister-
hood of "he Temole in its Women's Institute of
joii.n studies, ineme 01 inis year s institute
was "Alice in Torah Land." Working with Mrs.
Ginsburg on the Women's Institute were Mrs.
Leo Berman. Mrs. Maurice Gans, Mrs. Jerome
Goodman. Mrs. Isadore Lorber, Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, Mrs. Israel Teitch and Mrs.
Thomas Trent.
Florida Pythian Sisters Planning Confab Apr. 27
Grand Temple Pythian Sisters oi
Florida's 6lst annual convention
vill be held at the S?ville Hotel
on Apr. 27 to 29.
Grand chief Mrs Lorraine S. Ber
ry. o/ Fruitland Park. Fla.. will
pi estate.
A highlight of the convention \wLI
be attendance of Supreme Chief
Wrs. Bertha Lynn, of DeJoit, Mich.,
OVERWEIGHT?
TIRED?
TENSE?
RENT AN
tSKASim
mi c.'' wr Swi
F.' iMtelt CM .
who will be honored with a special
breaktast at 8:30 a.m. at tbe Seville
jn Tuesday. Apr. 27.
Past Grand Chiefs Mrs. Mane S.
Kinggard and Mrs. Alice G. Pome-
rantz. of Miami, are chairmen of
over-all arrangements for the con
vent ion. Grand Junior Mrs. Shirley
Bach, of Miami, is taking reserva-
tions for the supreme chiefs break-
fast and Past Grand Chief Mrs.
Geneva Mellon, of Miami, is chair-
ing convention registrations.
Knights of Pythias. Grand Lodge.
will bold a joint memorial service
with the Grand Temple Pythian
Sisters at 7 pro. on Wednesday,
Apr. 28._____________________
Beth Tov fashion Show
Fund-raising fashion show is
scheduled by Beth Tov Sisterhood
for Wednesday evening at the
Temple. Model* will display clothes
for the entire family, and tradition-
al Passover Ptfrcshments will be
Installation ceremony of ('.rand
Tetnpti officers for 1965 1966 will
be held on Thursday. Apr. 29.
A joint banquet (Or Pythian Sis-
ters and Knigh s will officially
open convention ceremonies at
6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Apr. 27. Mrs.
Viriaru Fields, district deputy-
grand chief for District Five,
Pythian Sisters of Florida, will
give the welcoming address.
During B'nai B'rith Women .-
'ouncil cf Mi::nu meeting Apr. 2
t ii'i. Ui.i\r!-:l> Lanes, election-.
.ill be held.
Slatt of officers is headed by
raaidmt Mr*. Harold Feldman;
ice presidents Mrs Louis Zeger
nd Mrs. Robert Gi js; treasurer,
Irs. Anhiir Baslan; secretaries.
Irs, Mark huh- and Mrs. Kenneth
ierman; counselor. Mrs David
achs.

Miami Chapter will hold its re
;ular meeting on Tuesday. 8 p.m..
d the Coial Gables Federal. Pre
jam for the evening will be a
wok review by Rabbi Morris Skop
in "So Strantie My Path."' by
ludolph Marx On Sunday. Apr. 25.
he chapter is having a floor sh..w
ind dance at ;he Algiers Hotel.
drs. Betty Birshansky is in charge
.f tickets

B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
iables will hold its regular meet-
ng at 8:30 p.m.. Tuesday, at Hillel
louse. 1100 Miller Dr. The business
neeting will be conducted by Mrs
Sol Greenherg. president. Slate of
fficers to lie presented for elec
ion includes:
President. Mrs. Sol Rappaport:
ice presidents. Mrs. Al Bass. Mrs.
jam Magazine. Mrs. Arthur Rosi-
nek; treasurer. Mrs. Pnula Winter:
secretaries. Mrs. Maurice Finegold.
Mi s Barney Landers. Mrs. Frances
F.strekher: historian. Mrs Sidney
Covner; auditor. Mrs Sidney Suss;
counselor. Mrs. Sol Greenberg.
White elephant games will follow
elections
The chapter will hold its annual
donor luncheon at 11 30 a.m.. Tues-
day. Apr. 27. at the Doral I'. imtry
Club. Singer Marie Balaban aid
comedian Dick Lynn will provide
the entertainment. Installation of
olficers will be held, and prizes and
awards will be distributed.
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter will
meet on Wednesday. Apr. 38. 8:30
p.m.. at the Everglades Elemen
tary School. Election of officers
will follow the regular mee;ing.
Slate for 1965-66 is headed by
president. Mrs. Mike Light; vice
presidents. Mrs. Joel Kleinman.
Mrs Max Hodes. Mrs. Robert
Fried, .
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Workshop Slat
In Surfside
A five week workfe
choloj ujj3
at ,hl .nunihL
on Monday, with >tella I j
stein. MA ... mstiwar"
ill be ., w
The -cb^_
Monday- "^m
continue on Apr. 2* MttU
24.
Mrs. Bernstein received 1
degree from Col imkn la
her MA from leathers'
at Columbia L'Diveriij, i
Tallahasst ny to _
psychology "ii the juiuoc l
level and Stal Florida i
cation a> a P\uao!ogist
Mrs GIm tiller.
lector "t Surf!
Center announi
the the CO
Lorber Chapter]
Enjoys Luau
For Asthmatics I
Lorber Cta
Asthn !nst
Hospital, held luau at 1
Peach on Saturday night
The .lwntu
v ,i- ore : manj n-;d by t
throughout the *e.ir for I
fit ot intractable a>timuk|
dren at the Denver tenter.
Money raided al*o aids I
search program at the
which seeks 'o tind ll
causes <>i asthma itii ote\
gies.
Mrs. Leslie Shermu, i
man. arranged the evHJ<
tertainnient. music,
a dance cmtes:
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L ..'omen's League has aqain this year called upon
gOC'000 members throughout the United States, Canada,
:; id Puerto Rico to observe the Passover holidays with
i ceremonies and rituals, especially those prac-
H the home. Shown here is the Passover table se' in the
he oi Mrs. Albert Fried, of Brooklyn, N.Y., president of the
pone! Women's League of the United Synagogue of Ameri-
For Passover recipes during the holiday season, see
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lars Planning Medical Seminar
M of Lebanon Hospital will
i Post-Graduate Seminar in
Medicine on Apr. 22 and
visiting specialists from
j Los Angeles and New York
\n.f as faculty.
sident Hfry L. Lewis an-
tliat Dr. Franz J. Ingel-
| professor of medicine at the
University School of Medi-
[Dr. J. Edward Berk, profes-
Bc chairman. Department of
'* California College of
.Medicine; and Dr. Henry D. Jano-
witz, head of the Division of Gas-
jtroenterology. Mount Sinai Hos.
Ipittl, New York, will speak.
Seminar director is Dr. Maurice
Rich, Cedars chairman of the De-
partment of Medicine.
Sessions will begin Thursday.
Apr. 22. at 9 a.m.. with an address
of welcome by S. K. Bronstein. hos-
pital administrator. Moderators for
the two-day seminar are Drs. Ches-
ter Cassel, Pedro J. Greer and Ben-
jamin G. Oren.
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Beauty Pageant
Dance Apr. 24
In N. Miami Beach
South Florida Chapter of the 82nd
Airborne Division Association will
have its annual beauty pageant!
and dance Apr. 24 al the North Mi- '
ami Beach City Auditorium, with :
Johnny Masters and his orchestra
as the music highlight.
More than 2.000 are expected to
attend the affair, according to Jo-
seph Hardel, who is in charge of
arrangements.
I. R. Mayers, president ol the
chapter, said a panel of ten well-
known personalities living in South
l'i rids will serve as a panel of
judges to select a "Queen'" to rep-
resent the chapter at the finale
May fi to 8 at Ft, Bragg, N.C.,
Where "Miss 82nd Airborne Divi-
sion for 1.W5" will be crowned.
Florida Women's
League Confab
In Jacksonville
Florida Branch of National Wo-
men's League of the United Syn-
agogue of America will hold its
i annual three-day conference on
May 10 to 12 at the Roosevelt Ho-
tel in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Harcld Reinhard is prcsi-
' dent of the Florida Branch. Attend-
ing the conference will be dele-
gates from Conservative synagogue
sisterhood's throughout the State
ol Florida.
Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference
chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence Wul.
I kan. conference vice chairman.
ihave been working on the final
preparations for the conference.
A chartered bus will leave from
the Miami area on May 9 at 10:30
p.m.
One of the highlights of the con-
ference will be a banquet during
which 12 newly-elected board mem-
bers wul be installed.
National speaker consultant wiU
Finalizing plans for the annual Florida Branch of National
Women's League Conference are (seated) Mrs. Seymour
Mann, conference chairman, and (standing) Mrs. Lawrence
Wulkan, conference vice chairman.
be Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman, im-
mediate past president of National
Women's League. Currently, Mrs.
Rossman is serving as national
chairman of the million dollar com-
bined campaign for Torah Fund I reservations.
and the Matilda Schechter Resi-
dence Hall of National Women's
League on behalf of the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
Mrs. Murray Kaye is in charge of
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fASK FREE SHOP MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL Ifz'iQ
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Happy Passover


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A JCong. Confab Here Tuesday Report Slated
Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president of
Justine Chapter. Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, an-
nounces that a report on the Na-
tional Women's Division conven-
tion hold in Washington two weeks
ago. will be given by Joseph I. Yan-
ich. regional director of the South.
e:i>tern Ke:,'ion at a meeting Tues-
day. 12 30 p.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Irving J Kaplan. 3630 Fla-
mingo Dr.
Yanich's report will include the
meetings held with congressmen in
Wa>hinjton. the plenary sessions
and the final resolutions framed by
convention dele^atev
A repirt will be given on the
Voting Right! Act ot 1965 by Mr*
Harold Dniker. Mrs. Samuel Meist-I-
man will present a report on the
participation of American Jewish
Congress in the Economic Oppor-
tunity Program.
Final arrangements will be made
for the theatre party featuring Is-
rael's first full-length film. "They
Were Ten." at the Mayfair Theatre
on Tuesday and Wednesday eve
iiings.
Election of officers will take place
during the meeting with the fol-
lowing nominees:
President. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers
vice presidents. Mesdames Rut.'
Dniker. Frances Shapiro and Etta
Westin: treasurer. Mrs. Gertrude
Leiner: recording secretary; Molhe
Rudt: and corresponding secretary
Mrs Ethel Wolk.
Members of the board are Met
dames Delia Appelbaum. MolBe
I'.ushman. Dorothy Cahn. Lillian
Cohen. Lill,..n Goodm.
Kramer. Lilhan fo^T"!
shapin., Jan.- munri 'n**l
Joint Installation Held by Veterans
Mrs. Elsie Belsky. president o: Temple Menorah Sisterhood.
Dins in cor.gratulatinc Sisterhood ladies in a cele-
: ration banque'. Mrs. Essie Wolf (left, chairman ourn-
. I r.nd Mrs. Lawrence Weston. chairrr.an of the banquet re-
ceived gold brooches with an inscribed menorah
Something New In Summer Camp
- an l girls
have outgrown the interests
conventional
ps have to offer" Send
them to a camp which has been es-
Isbed for the express purpose
ot developing teen-agers with a sin.
cere desire for above-average pro-
t'ciency i:i sports, drama. Mm arts
and other specialized activities
the Colonnades Beach Camp in
Falm Beach Shores. Fla.
While the stated objectives of
thai singular concept "ill be of par-
ticular significance to parent?: 'To
avail to girls and boys in their tor-
mative years t h e opportunity,
through professional instruction
and supervision, to develop their
i.atural aptitudes and talents .
in surroundings conducive to con-
entration. initiative and an aware-
i -> of God." the setting will cans.
the ears of the most lethargic teen-
ager to snap up to attention.
For the camp is based at the Col-
* nnades Beach Hotel, a beautiful
I acre, ocean-front estate on a se-
cluded island, five miles distant
f'-om the heart of Palm Beach by
causeway, with such facilities as
M feet of private beach, a Ca-
bana Club with two swim
pools, gulf at the r.e PG \ Si
tional Club with I the world"?
finest 18-hole cfaa
; private ten
theatre, a gymnas
bath-
And campers
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Among the elective courses aril!
be gulf, tennis, failing, aquatic
port.-, water AYiing, football, base-
ball. ba*ketba!I. dramatic^, arts
and craits. .< poise school for girL-
with classes in modeling, ballet,
baton-tuirling. beauty culture and
the social gr..ce>.
For the convenience of both par-
ents and children, two optional
terms of fiv e weeks each have been
scheduled by Director Ro> Johns
tonJune 18 through July 23. and
July 25 through Aug. 28
Joint installation ceremonv for
Jewish War Veto >.' an.!
held Mar 25 at l"ni
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Ferdii inducted

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manders; Danit

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king Best I istees L
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geon;
secret)
Auxiliai> :i cers
i tu. president;
Kos hai SI n i e > Yarmbrandt
i let pi esidi nts; B Hoi
%> itz. chaplain; Julius Baker, pa-
hiotic insti ictor Bea Lasser. his-
torian; Milton Gilmaj conduct-
ress; Herman Gromet, guard;
Joyce LieJ Jerome Brunner.
Reardon Seeks
To Succeed Self
James E. "Jay" Reardon. council-
man of North Miami Beach, is run.
ning in the city's election to suc-
ceed himself.
"I have presented North Miami
Beach with honor ami dignity and
have done the utmost tor my com-
munity.'" Reardon sanl
The candidate pointed to his con-
tribution toward the city's "new
luminous street-light ins, system at
no cost to the taxpayers, the new
lihran en which 1 acquired the land
for the structure to be erected at
no cost the city, the low taxes,
SI pool looms
and card rooms in the business
Beach."
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potting toi
senior c I oted lor in-
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FridY. April i,
Tif ereth Jacob
Passover Seder
On Saturday, at 7 0
Passover Seder will u
Temple Tifereth Jacob
Ave.. Hialcah.
HI
Reservation Airmen a,,
scidlc. Mrs Sadye Leta*
Mrs. Mildred \\ scmrtt
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'GirJ Fridoy' Observo*,
Highlighting a week of-(^|
day" activities, Miami'; m
and boss of the- year wiliw
Wednesday (hiring a ":3ijl
quet at the Everglada h3)
Attending charter signing ceremony for Ocean Harbor Chap-
ter of Women's American ORT are seated (left to right) Mrs.
Eva Shapiro, sponsor, Mrs. Sam Danzig, president. Middle
row ilef*. to right) are Mesdames Mae Greenspan, Herman
Weisenthal, treasurer, Henry Salt, vice president, Milton Lev-
inson, I. L. Rabkin, Monroe Redell, Julius Robins, Vivian
Grossman, vice president. Jack Landman, corresponding sec-
retary, Leonard Levinson. financial secretary, Fay Bclik, Re-
nee Herman, Morris Frank. Top row (left to right) are Mes-
dames Max Mogel. Maurice Sidney, William Lesser, Lou Ep-
stein. Edythe Zeiraan, vice president, Eva Sisk.
Zuckerman on Radio
lay at 11:30 a in., and 2 p.m.
over WMIE 00 Jacob Schachter's
h ur, Joseph Zucker-
man will discuss achievements, of
the Jewish National Fund. Topic
will be "Yixkor and :he Obliga-
tion of Jews Toward the Jew ish Na-
tional Fund Zuckerman is South-
ern n p > ntative ol Farband, the
L bor '/. ler.
To Grace Vour
Holiday Table
ASK FOR
Ocean Harbor
ORT Receives
New Charter
A charter-signing ceremony for
Ocean Harbor chapter of Women's
American ORT was held Apr 8 at
the home 01 Mrs Morris Frank,
10295 Collins Ave.
Mrs. Louis Baron, region presi-
dent, pre* nted orchids to Mrs.
Samuel Danzis. president, and Mrs.
Eva Shapiro, sponsor of the new
.haptcr.
Guest speaker Was Mrs. Bernard
Hoffenberg, region education chair-
man. Other region representatives
present were Mrs. Florence Kup-
perman, vice president, and Mrs.
Margaret Newman Stern, promo-
tion chairman.
Youth Dance Scheduled
Sylvan Holtzman. chairman of
youth activities 01 Temple Belli
Am. announces that a dance tor
high school >uideni.~ uill be held
;n the Temple Youth Lounge on
Saturday evening. May 1. Music
will be lurnished by 'The Shags."
Produced and Bottled By
L'KOVED WINE CO.
Yonk-rs, N.Y.
Temple Israel
Musical Program
Temple Israel Sisterhood will pre.
sent its annual musical program
on Wednesday noon in Wolf son
Auditorium. The luncheon meeting
will also include election of offi-
>< rs,
Musical stars featured in the
coocert are violinist Eugent Du-
B's. ccnotrtiiiaU-r of the Phil-
harmonic Summer "Pops" Series,
and Sormer concert master of Uie
University of .Miami Symphony Or-
chestra, with accompanist Dr. Paul
tsonka. composer, teacher and
conductor, who is musical director
of the Miami Opera Guild.
Singer Marie Balaban. who has
starred on stage, television and ra-
dio, will also appear, accompanied
by Bert Duckman. noted pianist.
Program chairman for the after-
noon b Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, wi.h
Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman in charge
of reservations. Mrs. Joseph S.
Bulbin is Sisterhood president.
Art Exhibit At
Film Premiere
Mrs Harvey E. Kramer, president
of the Wonien'> I)i\ ik>u, American
Jewish OongMW, announces that a
special exhibiti n of paialings will
be on view prior to the exclusive
premieie showing "f Israel's first
full-length feature film. "They
Were Ten." in Hebrew with Eng-
lish subtitles, Tuesday and Wednee
day. 7:30 p.m.. at the Mayfair The-
atre.
Paintings from the collections of
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
l>' ard of Gulf American Land Cor-
poration, and Jack D. Gordon, pres-
Klent ot the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan A-^ociation. will
featui'e Israel artist.-.. Rubin. Katz.
.Aricha and others.
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Bill David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Press. 9790 SW 107th Ave..
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Apr. 17. at Temple Zion.
A seventh grade student at
Glades Junior High, the celebrant
1- studying the trumpet and guitar.
His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Press, of New York, will be
here for the occasion.
-----
Larry Kottler
Larry, no of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Kottler. 19631 NE 18th PI., will
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Apr. 17. at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Larry will be presented with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood.
Child Afraid
To be Measured
In School Test
The child who doubts his own
value is naturally terrified of stand-
ing up and being measured by some
yardstick such as the classroom
lest." according to Dr. David Roth-
enberg. Miami Beach psychologist.
Dr. RoUk liber.: gave his views on
testing students in school in an ad-
dress before the Parent-Teachers
Association of the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami last week
Dr. Rothenberg is psychologisl foi
the Hebrew Academ)
"Children"- anxieties about school
examinations are reflections of
their concern that they won't ap
near to be as good as they think
they are." Dr. Rothenberg contin-
ued. "A poor examination grade
shows that the child's image of
himself as a capable student ia no;
,11 curate.
The ciuld in school. M all
ttrough lile." Rothenberg told the
Academy PTA. "is testing reality
of his environment as a means to
measuring his own worth. The real
fotnis of attention." he M|d, "should
,.be the child's realistic appraisal of
;bimseU."
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Hadassah Groups Hold Functions
Al a recent board meeting of celebrat'on. Card names followed.
be Miami Chapter of Hadassah, Mrs. Milton Weinberg is president
resident Mrs. Edward Cohen
resented the 90 percent reenrol!-
nent plaque ihc chapter received
rom National Hadassah to Mrs.
illiam Goldberg, recnrollment
h.iirman, an Mrs. Max Swartz,
iiembership vice presicnl.
Regular group meetings of the
.liami Chapter were held on
Monday.
Beach Chapter of Hadassah plans a
or luncheon Monday noon, May 17, at '.he
kuville Hotel. An estimated 1,200 members
| attend, according to Mrs. Nat Barth, chap-
president. Rear (left to right) are Mesdames
Horwiiz, Esther Group; Jack Goldman,
na Lazarus Group; Barney Davis, Bay Har-
Group; Max Affachiner, 1. R. Goodman
Vxp; Eleanor Ross, Renanah Group; Ethel B.
nan. Herzl Group, Jennie Bolog, Shaloma
jj>; and Esther Bergman, Moron Towers
Group. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Re-
becca Sussman, -Stephen S. Wise Group; Bar-
nett Beckerman, donor coordinator, Miami
Beach Chapter; William Saffir, Brandeis
Group; Abel Levin, Henrietta Szold Group;
and Jack Miiravchick, Hanna Senesch Group.
Not present are Mesdames Rose Goldman, Is-
raeli Group; Frances Lebon, I. R. Goodman
Group; Hyman Mintz, Southgate Group, and
Herbert Gutman, Deborah Group.
rida Hadassah Regional Conference
:eature Two-Man Panel Sunday Eve
rida Regional conference of
jsah will hold its plenary ses-
fcunriay nighl al the Seville
Mis Dorothj Krieger Fink
! thai! 'lian
.in! mi Y lUth" is the title of
pel 'hi< h u !l te.iture Rabbi
Kipper and Richard Weath-
i leader of T\ mple Judea,
Kippei dainod by the
Unioi ege Jewi 'i insti-
pf Religion lie holds a BS
in i p lucatktn from
William- College. Chicago.
to entering Hebrew Union
fce, he was on the staff of the
I of Jewish Education of Chi-
)r in accepting the pulpit
nple Judea. he was spiritual
of Temple Beth Sholom in
dy. Mass
itherlj nov. serves as execu-
tive director of the Keonomic Op.
P'lrtunities Program of Dade Coun-
ty He is a native of Chicago and a
graduate ot the Lniversity of Chi-
cago, with a Master's degree in so-
cial wcrk.
He came to Miami as director of
the United Health Foundation.
Previously, he was director of Uni-
ted Community Services in South
Chai Group met at 9:30 a.m..
>t the home of Mrs Milton
chwartz. 1311 N'E 174th St.. for an
mnual white eieph; nt sale. Pro-
eeds go toward the purchase of
upplies far the Medical Center in
i.-rael. There was. in addition, a
skit entitled The Hadassah Color-
ing Bock."
Chim Weiimarn Group m^t
at 8 p.m. at the Pioneer Woman's
Club. 250 NW North River Dr.
Young Judaeans. group sponsored
by Hadassah presented a pro-
gram of songs and dances.
A special luncheon on Monday
noon at the Roney Plaza Hotel
marked the Herxl Group eye bank
Prof. Shaw in Review
Prof. Fred Shaw, of the Univer-
sity of Miami, will review "The
South and the Southerner." by
Ralph McGill. for Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah on Monday,
1:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel.
Pot Roast?

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Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
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trkmen's Circle
inches Plan
ried Functions
rfcmpn'. Circle branches will i
I a special Passover celebra-!
a Warsaw memorial eve-
land a concert by the Work- j
Circle Chorus during April. '
Peretz Workmen's Circle t
Ms will present a special pro-1
[Sunday. 7 p.m.. at 25 Wash-
Ave. Children from both j
will offer a special Pass-1
>Krain. Cantor Zvi Adler, I
nple Emanu-El, will offer a \
i of songs
, Monday, all branches will'
a Warsaw Memorial ser- \
25 Washington Ave. at 81
rkmen's circle Chorus of
P,,r Miami, conducted bv Ben'
F, will hold its ninth annual;
[." Sunday, Apr. 25. at 25
fngkin Ave
"*> Dade Branch 1064 held its ,
Fleeting on Sundav after
!'' Washington Federal Audi-
^ NE 187th St.
cn 692 was to meet Thurs-
laitenio,,,, this wpek at 2j
fpon Ave and Branch 28
l.'ast Friday afternoon at
Njon Federal, 1235 Wash-
*v- to discuss group in-
e tor members over 65 years
>de Island
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Nar monthly meeting of the'
lWkn,' Club of Grpater Mi-
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* k 1st fhrkUar
Fr"*Y. April 16,
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450 Attend Young Women's Division
Fashions for Living and Giving Luncheon
Co-chairmen of 'he Fashions for Living and Givinq function
cf the Younq Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal were Mrs. Howard Trinz (left> and Mrs. William Binder,
/ho planned and coordinated the outstanding luncheon at-
;ended by 450 young women from all areas cf Dade County.
Part of the fun of the Young Women's Division Combined lew
sh Appeal No Minimum Luncheon were the attractive decor-
ations and centerpieces prepared by Mrs.. Norman Share and
-ier committee. Members of the committee included (left to
. ight* Mrs. Albert Morrison Jr.. Mrs. Sam Rosen, and Mrs.
Share.
Over 450 viuiu v imen from all
par.* of Dade County attended the
Youag Women's Division Faantaii
for Living and Giving Luncheon at
In* Dupont Plaza Motel last week.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon.
Sirs. William Birder an i Mrs !i
ard Trinz. noted thai the bullion
fcr giwn_ l those v.ho want a
better i mmunity tor their fami-
lies, as well ;- tor Jewish men.
women and children overseas, is
>uppcrt n( combined Jewish Appeal.
Miami's central Jewish philan-
.hropic organizatkH
Speaker at the luncheon was Mrs.
Irving Let*man. president of the
Federation of Jewish Women and
Wife ; the ISMm C.lA ismpaign
chairman
Fashions for Living were pre
sented in a stowing of casual and
-port clothes through the courtesy
of Mister Pants.
Mrs. Thomas Gerard was com-
mentator for the showing, and Mrs.
Richard Litt was chairman of the
Fashion Show Committee
Members of the Younu Women's
Division served as volunteer mod-
els. They included Mr*. Howard
Fisher. Mrs. Barry Garber. Mrs.
Edwin Ginsbura. Mrs. B. J. Layne.
Mrs. Lawrence Markman. Mrs-
Donald Rose. Mrs. David Somrner.
Mrs. Henry Weis- Miss Michele
Weiss and Mrs. Martin Zweig.
Unique decorations for the event
were created by the Decorations
Committee, composed of Mrs. Nor-
man Share. Mrs. Albert Morrison
Jr.. and Mrs. Sam Rosen
Mrs Richard Furman served as
reservations chairman, and Mrs
Howard Ayarts and Mrs. Barry
Sugarnian were chairman and chairman, respectively, of the Door
Commi:tee.
Included in the array of piizes
was an original painting by Miami
architect and artist. Kenneth Twis-
ter.
Mr.-. Richard Brickman. presi
dent ot the Young Women's Divi-
sion, called the enthusiasm and the
outstanding attendance "an im-
pcrtan: gain in support of Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal and Federation."
"The young wive- and mothers
who took part in this event are the
foundation for a better Miami com-
munity in which we are all proud
to work, to live, and to raise our
families." she stated
"Bj learning of the man> ways
in which Combined Jewish Appeal
helps u- to be better member* of
the community, we are receiving
Insi lit into the work that helps as-
jure us of a healthier and happier
community ."
Area chairmen who added to the
success of the occasion included
Mi-. Howard Ayares. Mrs. Adolph
Bet ger, .'. Larrie Blasberg. Mrs.
Eugene Broom, Mrs. Philip Blocm.
Mi- Lawrence Brant. Mrs. Marvin
Gillman. Mrs. Marshall Harris.
Mrs Leer ard Hannes. Mrs Richard
Helfman.
\- i. Mrs, Howard Katzen, Mr-
Robert Liebeskind. Mrs. Burton
Levey Mi >. Lloyd Ruskin. Mr-
Marvin Sackner. Mrs Alan Shecter.
Mi- Myron Sponder. Mrs. Robert
Sttisman, Mrs. David Somrner and
Mrs. Rcbei. Ttaurtg.
r~
m
Fight for Sight
Instalation Here
At Fontainebleau
On Tuesday. Fight for Sight
League of Greater Miami installed
officers at a noon luncheon held
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Apr. 13 was also declared "Fight
for Sight Day" in a procalamation .
issued by Mayor Chuck Hall, who
served as installing officer at the
affair.
Guest -poaker was Dr. H. Frank-
lin Williams, vice president. Uni-
versity of Miami, and Mrs, Albert
Pick offered a program of music.
Mrs. Rhoda M. Lev inc. life pres-
ident, was installed for a tenth
term a- head of the organization
which, under her leadership, has
been in the vanguard in the fight
to advance and support eye re-
search for the restoration and
preservation of sight.
Others installed include Mrs
Jennie Grossinger. sponsor; Mrs.
Edward W. Broidy. Mrs. Alice
Freeman. Mrs. Bernard Fried-
man. Mrs. Albert Pick, vice presi-
dents; Mi's. A. Oonviser. Mrs.
Louis Petluck. Mrs. Hyman Spie-
gal. Mrs. Alfred German, Mrs. J.
Georee Schwartz. Mrs. Henrietta
Rachman, secretaries; Mrs. B.
Robert Gordon, treasurer; Mrs
Esther Canter. Mrs David Seidel.
Mrs. Max Siegal. sunshine fund;
Mrs Charles Simon, publicity.
Operation Safe Wclkisd*
onstiated by Mrs. Soksm
Terner. 7619 Dickens A,
Miami Beach, to her dm*
ter. Rose, who will be in 5s
grade at Biscayne Elena
tary next fall. Safety**
scious parents are beise
urged to give their cUtl
a trial run this sum.T.e: x
the route to school or bus stop. Operatior. Sch
Walk is sponsored :. f
Dairy Council of South Fb
ida and 'he Dade Cost
Council of Parent-TeacM
Associations.
Suburban League
Has Picnic
Suburban bsat*
annual spring picnic on Mi&iq
Matheson Hamn
President Mrs .Arthur Pfli
announced that all proceeds "
go to Variety Children.- liasta"
for the maintenance ol ii
cer patients
Program >>t games and rtirs
ments filled the day. Medal
Maurice Friedland Albert M
son. and Sam Rosen, i"'
charae of arrangemeBtt
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Icy. AP"1 16'
1965
* Jewish nortdllan
Paqe 9-B
- Jewish National Fund Council meetinq.
i.rds c:e presented to Mrs. Rae Feinstein.
Btident of Shaloma Group of Hadassah.
to Mciita Shklair, Harry Feldman and
L'.g Froit. volunteer workers, for placement
clearer:a of JNF Blue Boxes, as well as
. .rs.
.o Simensky. winner of the Blue
Aw:.. :n Greater Miami. Also appear-
on the :.-ogram wes Mrs. Marion Specr.
accompanied at the piano by Aida Yaslo.
Standinq (left to right) are Irving Frost. Johan
L. Berman, vice president of '.he JNF Council
of Greater Miami, Sam Schachno, financial
secretary, Samuel E'man. Harry Feldman, and
Benjamin Appel, treasurer. Saated (left to
right) are Malka Shakla Simensky.
Barcelona Names
Banquet Manager
Miss Estellc D. Pole* has been
appointed banquet manager for
the Barcelona Hotel. .Milton TOW-
bin. general manager, announced
(his week.
Mi.vs Polak. a graduate in home
economics from Hunter College,
and a graduate of the Trapbagen
School Of Fine Arts, was previous
[j associated with the Seville Ho-
tel for eight years and the Concord
Hold. Mew York State, for live
years.
"Her catering reputation is well-
known thioughmit I his area for her
excellent coordination and super
vision of many ot the large and
prominent weddings in Miami, con-
tinuations and organizational func-
tions." according to Towbin.
""The Barcelona Hotel is now in
the midst of a campaign for ban-
quet business, and it is anticipated
' by Miss Polak that a capacity
banquet business will be in store
for the Barcelona Hotel this com-
ing year." Towbin added.
ocialitc ... by <^sal>ei C^
rove
MISS tSTEllt POLAK
Brandeis Women
In Board Meeting
Agenda of the Miami Beach Chap
ler. Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, board meet-
ing to be 'ield on Thursday, to a.m.,
Apr. 22. at the Lido Spa will include
plans for the annual spring lunch-
can.
Mrs. Aaron Farr will be install-
ing officer at the event scheduled
Sunshine Chapter. B'nail B'rith { Apr. 30. according to Mrs. Ar-
Women, held its sixth donor lunch- thur Jurkowit* president-elect
Sunshine Chapter
Donor Luncheon
At The Americana
Continued from Page 1-B
ocii : ii the foremost fi
rs ii \ .-,. 5 Chil
v Hi was to ii'ist a
h ih fn embers ot the Vari-
v. i Committee on
. | ng at the Seacoast
irspersed with the
..: gaj i i chat were tO l>.'
scri 'Iks on launching a
aign to attract new workers
.. h... i 'lid plans tor the
ki al in tall lion to be held in
social brunch is
COl scries of "tiffins"
Women's Com-
ee a> -.rate to the British
...\ iriety. which also
.ii 1..... nldren's hospitals,
>.- diii earch centers .
1 finding Israel "a
with M much to
already been to
A\r Jerusalem, with
. nexi 'i> on her itincr-
| cm cruise to Jamaica
the u. i i Islands for the
i rd ..mail. (Tcrri), <><
Da>l Rd.
... ir 50l.1i wedding
Wednes i Mr.
Mi Bfros v. re feted
. isted by their
"' Crystal House in
Fo .....i Ij oi Mt
Hon. \ [r Efros, .. retired
'i ife came to Mi-
ago, and live at
H' Wi The; have two
DVEH
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OF
MIAMI
2703 Nr, 5th Avenue
daughters, Beverly Levy, of Mi-
ami Shores, and Elaine Isaacnran,
ii Wet Held. N.J., seven grand-
children and one great-grand-son.

Miami Beech residents for the
past ten years, Rabbi and Mrs.
Human M. Cohen, now call Tuc-
scn, Ariz., homv and are living at
1501 Miracle Mile there ... A
graduate of the Jewish Theologic-
al Seminary and rahbi emirtus of
Temple of Aai m Congregation.
St. Paul. Minn., Rabbi Cohen tre-
quently graced the pulpits cf Con-
servative congregations during
his years in this area.
If Sylvia (Mrs. Irving) Kaplan
is emotionally ~p;-nt these days,
she is hardly to be Warned .
First there was the excitement
f a visit from daughter B"th and
Granddaughter Erica Lynne. all
of l'a years old. who had lett
daddy, Dr. Steward Wald. back in
Seattle, Wash., tor a few weeks
. 'Wun the group left for Nev.
York, stopping to pick up daugh-
ter. Laura, a freshman at George
Washington University ... A Bar
Mii/v.ih and big family reunion
in Gotham Town included third
i aughter Bonnie, now working
for Bantam Publishing Co. .
An early gn du.iic of Sophie New-
tomb in New Orleans. Bonnie
spent her junior year at the I'm
veraity "i Lond( n ... A da] or so
after returning homo, to Kap-
lan family tt wived the news thai
Bonnie had been elected to Phi
Beta Kappa That same daj
Sylvia, attending the Great So-
ciety Beth Sholom hincheon at
the Dorrl. was cqmpjetel.v over-
whelmed to find herself honored
as "I e woman who has Ik en "f
outstnn ling service to the com-
munilj nd (he congregation."
MarceUe and Donald Kaplan
returned la:t week fio:n San
Francis--o where t h e y ..ttended
an Associated General C .ntract-
ors' Convention Pre-eonven-
tion stop r.iade in Las Vegas, pos:-
gathcing time spent with friends
in Los Angeles and then San Di-
ego, with Do'iala making a side-
trip to Mammoth tor winter ski-
ing, a new and recent accomplish-
ment foi tne Flori 'i-.:n.
con at the Americana Hotel on
Mar. 30.
Chairing the affair were Mrs.
Jack D. Goldberg and Mrs. Milton
Weinherg. Mrs. Florence Bernstein
is president.
Keynote speaker was Judge Mil-
ton Friedman, with entertainment
offered by V'al Martone. singer, ac-
companied by Wally Hankin. and
Fddie Schaelfer. comedian.
Hostesses for the day were Me*-
dames Irving Kramer. Nat Banks.
Joseph Gallane. Henry Henann.
Charles MiLstein, Harry Ross. Al-
beit Levin. Joseph Samuels.
Thomas Friedman, Morris Bern-
It Was a gala 80th birth lay par- stein. Jack Dresner, Samuel Bredt.
1y f..- aosepli Sugaman at the Frank Burg. Moms Wilson, Her-
DiLidn Hotel tendered by his man Klein. Leon Keller. Aaron
daughters and snn-in-law, Mr. and Freed. Arnold Rothenberg.
Mrs Milton ( Miriam i Sirkin and
Mr and Mrs. Leonard (Shirley)
Groh .. Mis. Sugarman -iocele-
brated ;. birthday this week, ma-
king it a doubly festive occasion
. Gi.ts inelu led Dr. and Mrs.
Nelson ZivitZ, M and Mrs. Harry
Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sir
kin and Mr. ;ni Mrs. Edward
Sirkin Grandchildren present
at the cocktail reception and din-
ner were Mr. and Mw. Josh Sir-
Following the board meeting,
members of 'he board will be
guests at lunch h isted by Mrs. Sam
Goldman, chapter president, and
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, national
vice president.
kin, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rosen,
Jankc Groh and Gary Gioii .
Nieces ami nephews of the Sngar-
nans on hand were Mr. pnd Mrs.
Br.rney Kraus, Mrs. Sophie Gat-
her nd Mrs. Molly Kaufman .
Friends who took pan in the Di-
Lido affair 'ere Mr. and Mis.
Joseph Albert and Mrs. Effie
Platotf.
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Diplomat Hotel Seder Service
Seder service at the Diplomat
Hotel will again be conducted by
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, of Holly
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Frl(*ay. April 46
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Debbie, wife of Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. was a quiet.
unaasumtasj cWM, growing up In MabMiey City, Pa. Every
time MSB sot up to speak she had butterflies little dream-
ing that the butterflies would fly away, and that she would
become a most able speaker, fund-
aiser and book reviewer, give lead.
I ship courses and. in fact, be able
> speak at the drop of a hat. Not
icr own hatmaking hats is one of
er hobbiesand she has a different
me for each dress. Even though her
arents were in business, the Fried
ome was an intensely Orthodox one.
Mikdash M'aat." a miniature
anctuary where rabbis and scholars
, .ere always welcome.
This background enabled her to
I it into the role of a rabbi's wife.
USt before the wedxling. when Deb-
y grew suddenly fearful that she
.night not really make a eood Rab-
DfSB.'F bis wife, her mother save her some
sound advice, on which she has since patterned her life:
'Learn from your husband, never take advantage of your
on, practice kindness and above all never, never, hurt
anyone Debbie's life as a rabbi s wife ha< been rich ami
colrrlu! She has gained wisdom and experience to enrich
her wji life in the various communities in which they have
In Tampa, she HTM active in the National Woman's
-ident of the Southeast Branch and
continuing as a national vice president. Her two 1 wes have
always been Judaism and Zionism Thirty-throe active yean
in Hadassah. and Debbie shows no signs of letting up. i.n
years ago, they moved to Miami Beach Rabbi Wemick want-
ed to retire, but he was called back to the pulpit and is now
with Tifereth Israel
Wanting to find out if her parents business sense had
been imbued in her and needing a change of pace, as a lark.
Debbie went into business: She has a dress shop in the
Crown Hotel. She has a fine time buying the kind if clothes
that she herself would wear, and greeting the same custom-
ers as friends year after year. But when she leaves the
shop, she puts on the mantle of wife, mother, grandmother,
and clubwoman all rolled into one.
The Wernicks have one son. Dr Gerald I. Wemick, his
wife Vi. and three grandchildren. Barbara. Sharon and six-
month-old Jeffrey Scott Debbie loves to bake for the holi-
days, making paper-thin strudel from a recipe of her moth-
er-in-law Active in all aspects of Hadassah work and Juda
ism. Debbre find* that programming encompasses ail the
things she likes to do best, expressing herself in her origin-
al installations Her narrative form book reviews of the
Bible are much in demand. She tries to be both friend and
guide, delighting in the empathy she has with people.
The Sabbath for Debbie is a thing of beauty and rest,
no phone calls disturb the holy day. Debbie has never had
am aspirations for great wealth or position. Ever since she
was in Yotmc Judea as a chdd. she has sincerely believed
that you must give of yourself. and she has. The old adaee.
Who is happy' He who is satisfied with his lot." applies
in every detaii to Debbie Wernick. wife of Rabbi Henry B.
Wtaick
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The Louis Phillipe Room of the
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The Imperial House was the set
ting for the nuptials uniting Steph
anie Landa and Barry Eisenblatt
m Saturday, Apr. 10. Conduct ed
by Rabbi Max Lipschitz. the late
evening ceremony was followed by
a reception.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred
Landa. 1930 NE 187th Dr.. the Wide
was attended by Marilyn Rotoiok
and Laurie Landa. Best man to the
bridegdoom was Martin Rolnick
Following a trip to Nassau. Mr
Eisenblatt and his bride will live
in No. Miami Beach.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-EI. performed
the 7:30 p.m. ceremony, which WSn
followed by a reception.
The bride is the daughter Of Mi
and Mrs. Philip E Simon. 6350 Al-
UBH Island Mr Simon is president
of the Bank of Miami Bea< h The
!,iirlcgro:.m is the son of Mr- Syl-
via Alter. 5415 Collins Ave
Attending the couple were Bonnie
9 mon. the bride's sister, and Ed-
win Alter, the bridegroom's broth-
er.
New Mrs Alter is a graduate if
Harcum Junior College, Bym Mawr.
i a where she majored in lashion
(iesign and oil painting. Mr Alter,
a business administration major,
attended the Cniversity of Miami
and University of California at LO*
Angeles
FoHowtn? a tour of Mexico, the
newlyweds will live at 1900 Sans
Souci Blvd.
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nf Mr and Mrs Ira I'lancey. of
Backcunck, n.j.
Miss Mandel graduated from Mi-
ami Senior Ilish, was a member ol
liillel B'nai Brith Girls, and a
YOUag Judaea loader. She attended
Miami Dade Juuioi CoDegC, gradu-
ated from Temple Universitj
f Oral Hygiene, Philadel-
and is memlx r ol th Ajneri-
.in Dental Hygtenists Assn
Miss Mandel
ing Temple L'nivcrsitj School ol
Education, and will graduate this
summer
Mr Plancej i< an alumnus ol
Dartmouth College, Hanover. N II..
and attends the University ol
Pennsylvania School of Dental
Medicine. He is a member of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity
A late summer wedding is plan-
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Lay. April 16, 1965
+Je*lstncridiaiti
Paqe 11-5
harm in
uours,
HE annual dinner meeting ol
the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
bni was held Sunday evening in
he Y newly acquired central
lilding, the former Westbrooke
ountn Club. Cocktails preceded
linner! and chairman lor the
Cening was Samuel Seitlin, whose
, dose a lloor-length sheath of
tad; chiffon which waa heavily
nbroidered with j'l sequins.
LnsUlled as new president was
Kml Faske, with Mrs. Faske
[earing a black silk gown which
(e a t u r e d a s 1 e e v e 1 e a s
ncarh with a bateau neckline. A
ei;.f silk shantung cocktail en-
able was chosen by .Mrs. Walter
mmwell. He silk crepe blouse
Mured Ihe high cowled neckline.
|i.v Ed Strawgate's Goya red
cade gow n was ironi Hong
lonu. and featured an Oriental
ped.il!i"ii pattern.

|RS. Herschel Etosenthal, whose
husband is immediate past
stdent ol Ihe "Y" and now
Merarj president, selected a
or-length gown of aquamarine
o>- crepe Her bateau neckline
Ippcd in tile back to a low cowl
thiili ended in a deep V. White
\-~ ttio color choice Of Mrs.
I la< bson. Her satin full-
I leath skirl waa topped
fih a beaded overblouae in se-
pias and bugle bead fringe. Mrs.
Inuinuel I'ii.- 'ikm's black ctooney
> piece costume had a
oiled emerald green satin belt,
nri a matching green satin then-
i Mrs, Leonard Luria'a
Mute -ilk crepe gown featured B
ladiiied baiter neckline with a
bw scooped cow I.
IA turquoise silk floor-length
i worn bj Kirs. Richard
Hckman. Beneath her knee-
Bgth Hum- sheath was a flared
(umpet flounce which zips off
create a Btreet-length dress.
pr-. Gerald Schwartz was in
iridescent sequins and satin-in..
bugle beads. Mrs. Norton Pallot's
white silk Alpaca formal featured
a softly tailored matching jacket
and pink beading on tne bodice.
|u|RS. Herbert Baumgard se-
Mary Ellen Satin,
Robert Schwab
Married in Philly
An afternoon wedding on Sunday,
Apr. 11, united Mary Ellen Satin
and Dr. Robert H. Schwab. Held in
Har Zion Temple, Philadelphia, Pa.,
the ceremony was performed by
Kabbi David Goldstein and Cantor
Isaac Wall. A reception at the
Presidential followed.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. :
Anne Satin Miami Beach, and the
late Seymour Satin. The bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Fannie
Sihwab, of Philadelphia, and the
l>a:e Joseph Sihwab.
Given in marriage by her uncle, i
Alfred Zickerman. of New York
City, the bride chose an empire
style gown of Italian silk trimmed
with embroidered alencon lace.
The alencon lace veil was arranged
as a mantilla, ami she carried an
lflcted ice pink satin for the arrangement of white roses and
evening. A jeweled shell bodice stcphanotis.
topped her flaor-length sheath. Attendants included Marcia Sat-
An unusual print was seen in the jn. maid of honor, and Wendy Satin. |
gown ohoaeu by Mrs. Leon Kap- sisters of the bride, and Ann Kor
lan. Red, olive, gold, and a touch
of black w< re in the striking
block print linen, and her bateau
neckline dipped lo a decollete
back. Shocking pink chiffon, with
the classic full skirt and softened
neckline was worn by Mrs. Mil-
ton Balsam. Mrs. Sidney Lel-
oourt'a porcelain blue silk shan-
tung cocktail ensemble featured
baroque pearls and blue chalk
beads On her bodice. Mrs Rogei
(Irani made her black boucle knit
gown, and trimmed it with a des-
ert gold mink portrait collar.
Hi Ige brocade was worn by Mrs.
Sam Helman. Her sheath .-kin
had a matching lull-length coat
and her beige satin overblousc
was trimmed with a soft bow at
(he neckline. Mrs. Ben Essen -
black sequin cocktail dress fea-
tured rows of jet caviar fringe.
Shocking pink chiffon with a peau
de soie pouf and harem pannier
t:> the floor were the choice of
Mrs. Ja.k Ka'.znun.
F 1 o r a 1 petals trimmed the
sec oped neckline OB the while silk
crepe blouse worn by Mrs. A.
Budd t ntlcr. Her skirt was in
black peau de soie. Pink and blue
floral wreaths <::i a champagne
colored gown created the brocade
pattern worn by Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin. Mrs Jack Schenkman's white
silk alpaca coat was lined in the
red silk puppy print which was
seen in her sheath. Her coat fea-
tured a welted yolk and brace-
let-length sleeves.
Weinbergs Will
Live in Chicago
After Honeymoon
The former Rosalie N. Zuckerm;
! became the bride of Harvey
Wcinberg on Sunday, Apr. 11,
IDoral Beach Hotel. uh lion followed the ceremony. Bab
Irving Lehrman officiated at tl
6 o'clock nuptials
On their return freni a hone
moon in Nassau, the newlyweds w I
live at 6730 So. Shore Dr., Chit a g
HI.
Daughter of Mrs. Meyer Zucke
man, 1125 Marseilles Dr.. the brii
is a graduate of the University t
. Miami and is now /teacluug
Francis Parker in Chicago.
The bridegroom, son of S.
H I Weinbcrg, Chicago, is a graduate i
the University of Wisconsin, pres-
ently a retailer.
Bridal attendants were Mrs. Bi -
^"jrard Baum, matron of honor, Sh;
Wciiur-Kuiii. I on Wcinberg, Joan Zuckcrman and
sOW
Serving as his brother's best man
was Dr. Morton Schwab. Bernard
Bdelson, Danile Promislo and Dr.
Paul Zimskind were groomsmen.
Now practicing cardiology in
Philadelphia, and serving as a
medical instruct" r it the Jefferson,
Medical College. Dr. Schwab was a
.inn laune graduate of Temple Un-
ix ersitv and graduated with honors
from Jefferson Medical College,
His bride is a cum la'.ide graduate
el the Wharton School of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania.
Following a wedding trip to Wil
Hamsburg, Va., the newlyweds will
live in Philadelphia.

ck and white, with the empire tm PAW M/nrL-
dice of white s.ik crepe tnm- Poets to Read Work
MRS. IAWRENCE WltDSTEIN
Miss Gouz Picks
Peau de Soie
The former Diane Ruth Gouz
chose a gown of white peau de soie
with seed pearls and carried white
orchids on a Bible for lur mar-
riage to Lawrence Daniel Wildstein
on Saturday, Apr. 10.
The late evening ceremony, per- ,
formed by Rabbi EUezer Levi at |
Beth David Synagogue, was fol-
lowed by a reception in the temple's
Specter Hall.
Bridal attendants included Mrs.
Helen Sandell, matron of honor.
Roberta Chiprut. maid of honor,
Heidi Gouz, Karen Sandell. Hope
Reals and Jacqueline GOUZ, brides
maids.
Clayton Randal was best man.
Richard Brenner. Louis GOUZ ami
Robert Wildstein ushered.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
| Gouz. the bride is a graduate ol
Miami Senior High, attended Flor-
ida College of Medical Technology
and belongs lo Alpha Delta Thcta
I Sorority.
The I ride-room, a vending ma-
chine operator, is a graduate of
! North Miami Senior High and at-
tended the University of Florida.
He is the son of Fred Wildstein
610 NE 172nd St.. and Mrs. Lillian
Wilde. 2610 SW 33rd Ave.
Judy Polisky, bridesmaids.
Joel Farber served as best ma
and Stanley Gimbel. Dr Alan L<
ner. Alan Shapiro, Steven Zueki -
man. ushered.
# *Jt*
Werner-Ka a
MRS. HARVEt WfJNRIM
f'Cd in black flowers and black
mbnmlered foliage.
Beige and gold brocade were
nn.s.n b> Mrs. Stanley Myers.
r>s Phil Hcvitz's black silk
ektail e n s e m b 1 e featured a
Three local poets will read from
their work on Wednesday evening
at the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch of the
Miami Public Library. They are
Lisa Antonova Feinman. Phyllis
ige silk alpaca blouse. Black piaig and Ada Greenfield alactey.
floor-length skirt and Qucstum and answcr period will fol- Jq Mf. KatZKer
MISS SHARON SCHATZ
Sharon Schutz
Betrothal Told
katch.m; jacket, was seen on Mrs.
lbrah,i:n Self. Her white satin
perblou.se was embroidered with
low, according to
Duntov. librarian.
Mrs. Joseph
r=^L,
faartd
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schatz. 3658
SW 22nd Tor., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Sharon
Faye, to Leonard Katzker.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz-
ker 7791 SW 19th St.
An August wedding is planned.
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Fridcy. Apii
Greater Miami T Installs Paul Faske;
Fund Drive Launched for $2.5 Million
VV. in.r-Kalin
MISS SANDRA MtlTH*
Miss Meltzer
Will Marry
Law Student
Mr and Mrs Eli L Moltzcr. 535
Hcth St are announcing the en-
ga -omont of their daughter. San-
dra Dale, to Leslie Gerald Pclletz.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Rose G. Pelleti.
1415 16th St.. Worcester. Mass.. and
the late Albert S. Pelletz.
A graduate of Miami Beach High,
the bride-elect will receive an As-
sociate Bachelor of Science degree
from Dade County Junior College
at the end of April.
Her fiance is also a graduate of
Miami Beach iligh. and will receive
a degree treni Dade County Junior
Coilege at the same commencement
fxercises. He will then enter Uni-
versity oi Miami Law School.
The betrothed couple will be hon
rcd at ti cocktail reception on
Sunday evening at the Delano Ho-
tel
Paul Ka>ke was installed as pres-
ident of the YM-WHA at trie organ-
ization's annual meeting Sunday
night in its new central facility at
8500 SW 8th St. Installing officer
was Sidney Lefcourt. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Faske succeeds Hersthcl Rosen-
IthaJ, who was presented with a
i plaque. Also receiving a citation
for thirteen years of service was
Ephraim Gale, executive director.
Stanley C. Myers, former presi-
dent of Federation and of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, served as toa>tmas.
ter of the evening. Sam Seitlin was
dinner chairman.
The dinner alto served as the
kickoff for a $2.5 million capital
expansion fund campaign for ex-
panded YM and WHA facilities in
North Dade and on Miami Beach.
The campaign was launched with
the announcement of an opening
gift by Sidney Langer, of Miami.
Langer presented the "Y" with
property valued at $75,000.
Rabbi Herbert S. Baunigard. pies
ident of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, and spiritual
leader of Temple Belli Am. offered
the invocation at the kosher-catered
dinner. Rabbi Samuel April, of
Sheila Reff
To be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Reft. 3330
SW 16th Ln., announce the engage
ment of their daughter, s"*ieila
Madeline, to Robert Adelman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adelman.
Brooklyn. NY.
Mr. Adelman is attending Grad-
uaie School at the University of
Alabama. His future bride i* at-
tending the University of Alabama.
A Sept. 5 wedding is planned.
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Other officers installed by Lef-
COUIt were Hersehel Rosent'ial.
honorary president: Marshall S.
Harris, vice president; William S.
Ruben, vice president; Sam Seit-
lin. vice president; Norton Pallot,
trea surer; Milton Balsam, assist-
ant treasurer; Mrs. Jack Katzman,
recording secretary; Michael H.
Salmon, corresponding secretary;
Dr. Philip Samet. financial secre-
tary.
New directors, elected for a two-
year term, are: Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. James Breslow. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Joseph Fineberg,
David B. Kieeman, Eugene K. Gar-
field, Seymour Gelber. Marvin H.
Gilinian. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Eu-
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ssm, Richard Brickman, A. Budd
Cutler. Irwin Christie, Irving Den-
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Mrs Dorothy K. Fink. Ben Giller.
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Leon Kaplan. Morris Levitt, Leon-
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John Serbin, Fred K. Shochet. Isi-
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Simon. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Carl
Weinkle. Mis. Carl Weinkle.
Gordon Speaks at Cocoa
Jack D. Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savincs and
Loan Assn.. was key speaker at a
Sunday evening dinner at the Ra-
mada Inn in Cocoa, Fla., which
formally initiated its United Jew-
ish Appeal campaign. His topic was
The 1965 UJA Story."
D. Jerry Sail is vice presi-
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National Bank of Miami
Beach. He was formerly as-
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UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED TO PROTEC AGAM
SUN DAMAGE" RESIDENTIAL COMME8C '.
7790 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 751 2449
TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER
NATIONAL FASTNERS
Manufacturers Representative
965 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
Ph. 888-9048
TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER
COLONIAL GARDENS
RETAIL FLOWER SHOP .
"Say It Wifh Flowers"
8929 BIRD ROAD
Ph. 221-0284
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
J, J. Brown
of
MADDUX & COMPANY
Real Estate Sales & Serves
Specializing in Industrial Properties
INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-09'
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
AMERICANA
knitting mills of miami, inc ^
500 N.W. 24th ST. Miami


-fl 16, 1965
kident
If isfibein to Install Dr. Marvin Meitus
of Heart Association Apr. 23
Dr. Morris Fishbein, president of
the Chicago Heart Association ami
former president of the American
Medical Association, will be key-
note speaker and installation cfli-
cer at the 17th annual dinner meet-
ing of the Heart Association of
Greater Miami on Friday evening,
Apr. 23. in the Playhouse of Miami
Springs Villas.
Dr. Fishbein, who is also an in-
ternatior.ally-known speaker and
former editor of the .Medical News.
will install Dr. Marvin L. Meitus.
of Miami Beach, as president of the
Heart Association of Greater Miami
for 1965-66.
Other officers to be installed are
presidentelect. Dr Franz Stewart:
vue presidents, HaMJPFriedntan',
Dr. Hugh R. (Ulmorc. and Dr,
Nancy Noble; secretary, Mrs,
Chester "Dena" Letter; and treas-
urer, J Vincent O'Neill
+Jewlsti Fhridlian
Page 13-B
j. AUMN MCITUS
irmarnage
led on Radio
is< hitz, chairman
i Jev ish Af
Florida Council
\ .' Con ress, and
ui Congregation
inces th;it this
ii Ihe "Agenda
iei Ii slate l iiir
Station W'MIK.
- ission on inter-
enti led "Wha<
[ tei i iage," will feature
cipant." Kabbi David Max
. dii lor hi tic-Id opera-
the i ommission on .Jewish
icj ol the National Jewish
Prof. Eric Rosen
. Queen j College, author of
kfrehensive study of inter
be app iring in the 1963
jean Jewish Year Book; and
hatz, director of the Com-
on Jev i-h Affairs of the
pan .!< iv ish Congress.
F' O' -lives as modera-
Awards will be presented to a
number of outstanding citizens by
Dr. Edward W. St. Mary, outgo-
ing president, for appreciation in
recognition of distinguished serv-
ice and leadership in the fight
against heart disease during the
February, 1965 Heart Fund Drive.
Among lihoss who will receive
awards are Michael u. O'Neill, who
served as chairman of the board
in 1964-tia hi the Heart Association;
Louis Wolf son, II, who was chair-
man ol Hi" 1965 Heart Fun I Cam-
I aign; Mrs Chester Den..' Leiti r,
1965 Heart Sunday chairman;
Thomas Kelly, who was New In-
come Development chairman; and
Sam Rabin, chairman of the busi-
ness drive.
Dov Chapter
Passover Party
Traditional refreshments will be
served at the Dov Chapter. Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
AmTica Passover party on Wed-
nesday at 1 p.m.
To be held at the home of Pies
ident Mrs. Louis Tokayer. proceeds
from the affair will go to children
in Israel.
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TUBE O MATIC COMPANY
Distributor of
PNEUMATIC TUBE SYSTEMS
12225 N.E. 13th COURT
Ph. 759-9151
TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER
UNIVERSAL IMPORT
CORPORATION
IMPORTERS
1014 East 29th Street, Hialeah
Ph. 691-0251
HAPPY PASSOVER
- R CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS .
- : THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
CHARLES R. REEVES
Owner HARRIS SHOtS)
CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR For The Family
838 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Wa, Beach ptpir. 538-8589
SHERRY LINCOLN RESTAURANT
PHIL SHDCN and STAff
1657 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Extend Passover Greetings to All
At GHMORl
National Airlines
Names Gilmore
Advertising Exec
ai Gilmore has been named gen-
eral manager of advertising lor Na-
tional Airlines, it was announced by
J Dan Brock, National's vice
presidenl tor traffic and sales
lie will assume Ins new position
at Nation il's genei ;il offices in
Miami on Monday.
For the past eight years, Gil-
more has been account executive
working on National's advertising
with various agencies. He leaves
Kenyon and Eckhardt, the agency
which handles the airline's ac-
count.
Gilmcre's association with Na-
tional began in Ihe late I940's. Then,
while attending the University of
Miami, be worked in crew sched-
uling, ticket operations and flight
control.
In February, 1951, Gilmore re-
ceived his Bachelor's degree in
business administration from the
University of Miami with a major
in marketing and a minor in gov-
ernment.
Gilmore is married to the former
June Long, of Philadelphia, who
was with XAL in Jacksonville as a
stewardess supervisor. The Gil-
mores have two sons and make
their he me in Miami.
Mayor Snyder
Runs on Record
North Miami Beach Mayor Ar-
thur 1. Snyder is running for reelec-
! tion in the upcoming campaign.
Mayor Snyder says that his lead-
' ership "has reduced taxes while
j providing North Miami Beach with
ithe finest residential street-light
1 ing in Dade County, the eeCabUsfa-
! ment of the North Miami Beach as
a cultural center, a community
school program at John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High, and repaved and
reconditioned streets."
The candidate also points to his
efforts "in behalf of planned rec-
reational programs, an across-the-
board increase In wages for city
employees and establishment of our
city's first Youth Council."
Mayor Snyder is vice president
of the Dade County Council of
Mayors, vice president of the
Dade County League of Munici-
palities, Florida League of Munic-
ipalities, member of the National
Legislation and Roads and High-
way Committees.
lie was eo-cha'rman of United
Fund in 19>4, former municipal
judge of North Miami Beach tor
seven years, former presidenl of
the Florida State Municipal Judges
Association and former Attorney
General of the State of Florida.
. Mayor Snyder is a three time
past president of Beth Torah Con-
gregation and a member of the
Jewish War Velerans. He lives with
his wife. Helen, and five children.
Warsaw Ghetto Memorial
Memorial meeting in reniom
, hranee of the martyrs of the War
saw C h e 11 o. sponsored by the
Workmen's Circle. Branch 1064.
of North Miami Beach, will be
held on Sunday evening, Apr. 25.
7 p.m. In the Auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
i oan Association, 899 NE 167th
St., N. Miami Beach
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS AND FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
MORRIS B. FRANK, President
AARON URNER, l$t V. Pres. MORRIS KREVAT, 2nd V. Pre.
HON. MARCIE LIBERMAN, Trees. LOUIS BAIDA. Fin'l. Sec.
HARVEY TENDIER, Rec. Sec.

'
MR. AND MRS. MANNY STERN OF
KarLins
ETHICAL DRUG STORE
AT LOWEST PRICES
WISH THEIR NEW FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
900 71st St., Miami Beach Ph. 865-0571
PORTOFINO
SENDS
GREETINGS
TO ALL HIS FRIENDS
GREETINGS
ROYAL PALM
ICE CO.
3101 Douglas Road 3390 N.W. 48th St.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
To All Our Tenon's and Friends
CONGRESS BLDG
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
ABBOTT & BON-OTT FURNITURE
"CUSTOM REFINISHERS" At FRANCIS, Prop.
2728 SW 28th Lane (S. Dixie Hwy.& 27th Ave) HI 5-2633
Happy Passover to Our Many Friends
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889
Passover Greetings u> the Entire Jewish Community
Compliments of
ATOMIC LIGHTING INC.
6780 SW. 81st TER. MO 7-8833


rage 14-B
+Jf**istifk>rXftor
Greater Miami to Mark Anniversary
Of Israel at Mass Rally Here May 6
ter Miami's Jewish eommun- C with a mass rally at the Miami
will celebrate the I7th anni- Reach Municipal Audit irium.
rsary of the Indepenornce of Annouiucnunt of the county-wide
State of I-rael the nii>ht of May meeting, which will be free and
Baking Shmuroh Matzohs at the A. Goodman and Sons, Inc.,
slant of Long Island City, New York. The process is under the
guidance o: Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and Rabbi Alter Silver-
-nan, shown demonstrating to *heir Orthodox colleagues the
.lashruth control process at Goodman and Sons. The process
oegins with the pouring of the specially-kept water. Then fol-
ows the rolling, cutting and baking of the Shmuioh Matzohs.
Quests were hosted by Erich Cohn, president, and M. Mel Gol-
oert, vice president of the company.
Mechanical Contractors
Cooling and Heating
S and s
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
MO 7-3624
SANDY SUSMAN
Fres dent
5841 S.W. 8th STREET
Miami, Florida
PASSOVER CHEER TO ALL MY FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
BILL MARCUS
E. McBRIDE, LIQUORS
734 N.E. 125th Street North Miami
PI 7-N*&
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
OF MIAMI, INC.
"Photo Copy Machines of All Types"
1930 N.E. 151st STREET
Ph. 945-8721
TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER
AL and RIGGIE LEVENSON
FLORIDA WHOLESALE
DRY GOODS INC
333 N.W. 1st COURT
Ph. 373-0619
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ACME INNDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL
500 T E. 10th COURT HI ALE AH
Ph. 681-4371
I open to tli* public, was made by
! Manuel Burstein. president of the
sponsoring Zionist Council of
.-.hi;ii Florida.
The Miami Beach rally, which
will have no fund-rapine or solici-
tation for any organization. mil
launch a s.ries ol community-wide
observances of Israel'.- 17th biriV
day thnaiiihout the United Stat.s
under the auspices of the Ameri-
can Zionisl Council.
Alfhoogh there will be no re-
served seats for rbe effort-, tic-
kets will be available to mem-
bers of ell member organiza-
tions of the Zionist Council of
South Florida, according to Bur
nett Roth and Gerald Schvrortx,
honorary presidents of the organ-
ization.
Member organization- include
he Miami. Miami Beach, Holly-
.. i and Kurt Lauclerdale Chap
uts .! Hadassah, all Hade and
Broward districts ol the Zionisl
m^.ition of Anvrica. the var
i< us Pioneer Women. Lai>or Zionist,
Farband and Poale Zn-n branc.ie-
i units, and the Religion.- Zion-
The Zioni-n OouBCil of South Flor-
>ponsored community v.ihi1
celebration of Israel'- II and 15CTJ
. nniver.-ai ies. and Burstein -aid the
May t; meeting is expected to at
trad I capacity attendance el :' MO
persons
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALI
FROM
Til*: SKVBOI.ll III II |H\<,
36 N.E. 1st Street Miami, Florida
Air-Coftd/tfcned Heated
OFfICi SPACE AVAIWBU BEST CENTRAL lOCATlW,
Camp Highlander
Accent on Youth
Located high in the mountains of
North Carolina. Camp Highlander
is surrounded by 10.000 acres of Na-
tional forest.
Larry Pedicord is in charge of
the camp's three programs: day-
camp, which will average about 300
children a week; Camp Highlander.
w*iioh accommodates 60 girls and
60 boys: and Camp Pine Crest at
i Birch State Park, limited to 52
campers.
The programs are child-oriented
and chi Id-centered, aimed at help-
ing children to grow in spirit of
cooperation as their recreational
skills develop. S.T.
Kosher Zion Food
For Passover
By Special Report
Kosher Zion Sausage Company of
Chicago manufactures 100 percent
pure boef products, which will as-
sure a happy Passorer.
Local delicatessens and super
markets now have available a fuH
line of Kosher Zion foods marked
"Kofher for Passover."
These include frankfurters, pas-'
trami peppered beef, liver saus-
age, corned beef, knockwurst. sa-
, latni, bologna, among others.
Kosher Zion is recognized "as
America's N"o. 1 manufacturer of
pure beef delicatessen products."
according to the firm. Government
inspection and strict Orthodox
rabbinical supervision assure you
that Kosher Zion products are
Kosher for Passover ST.
Pepsi Kosher
For Passover
Pepsi-Cola and Diet-Pepsi are
Kosher for Passover, as certified
by Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, of the Ja-
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue.
Distinguishing the Kcsher Pep-
si and Diet-Pepsi is a Star of Da-
vid on the bottie cap.
Announcement of the bottling of
the Kosher for Passover popular
soft drinks was made by Pepsi-
Cola Bottlers of Miami, of which
Herbert Paige is vice president and
general manager.
The local firm is a subsidiary of
American Beverage Corp., headed
by N. H. Darsfcy, of Miami Beach,
chairman of the board, and Julius
Dnrsky, Akron. O., president.
Rabhi Stern in Sermon
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of the Ja-
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. 1532 Washington Ave., will
dedicate a sermon on Sunday, 10:30
a.m.. to the memory of the heroes
of the Warsaw Ghetto
nui.iuuu IM 1>UUUU BOUVU. I
CAU
ffe/f&f Management Compony
/ REALTORS
FR 1-3592 234 Biscoyne Blvd. Miami Fla.
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREET1.3<
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
129 NE 79th Street Telephone PL 1861J
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-4883
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Bfscayne Chemical I
Industries Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
ft. SERVING if
AM COUNTY HOWARD MONROE IE!
MARTIN SAINT LOCK PALM BEACH (NOUN tlVEt
200 N.E. 1th St., Miami 32, Fla. FR. 7-1421
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Entire Jewish Community
DIANA SHOPS
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
3 East Flagler Stree*
F* 1-3405
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUPERIOR GAS CORP.
OF MIAMI
2850 S.W. 71st AVE.
Call: 665-1421
Season's Greetings
from the Salons of
Lillie Rubin
and
Miss Georgette
Fun Fair Restaurants
1025 70th STREET CAUSEWAY Nor* "*Y J*J
open 24 Hours a Day UN ***
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL


L April 16, 1965
+Jenisli fhridTiar?
Pag 15-"!
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
[ft to right are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, reqional chairman
[the Jewish National Fund; William Bornstein, first vice pres-
ent of the Greater Miami JNF Council; Max Bressler, national
JF president; and Zev W. Kogan, vice chairman of the local
luncil. Leon J. Ell. president of the council, is not shown.
IF President
iys Tickets
Concert Here
|\Ve arc depending on American
to help us make Israel's
|en secure," -aid Max Bres-
president of the Jewish Na-
Fund of America, on a visit
leal Jewish National Fund head-
ier* ;it 420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
ch.
easier said that although he
taking .i vacation. "I came in
kirchase ticke lor the iorth-
|in$: Spring Festival Concert at
Beach Auditorium on
essler said "it is urgent that
everywhere support the
\i-\\ National Fund. For it is
: Fund that provides the land
Industrial buildings, roads and
ns. without which there would
Israel."
ate, city and county dignitaries
i all walk.- of life are expectco
blend the concert, an annual
ptol the .Jewish National Fund.
Dade Chamber Installation
Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
merce will hold its annual instal-
lation dinner Apr. 22 at Miami
Springs Villas with Fred H. Bill-
ups. president of Tropical Gas, to
be installed as president for the
coming year. Floyd D. Hall, presi-
dent of Eastern Air Lines, will be
the main speaker.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66482
IN III-:: Estate nf
pai i.ins: Roiiinson
I.......a i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ..ii.l Ml I', i ...I,. Hav-
ing 'lulim ur i nmnita Again*
' Ih-'i .....fli .1 mill re-
an: claims and ite
ma in In hich > 'i ma; hii i imalnsi
1 PAI'LINR ROBINSON
lew used Int>. ,,i i j,-, i']., ;,!:,
to lh< "ouiitj Judge* of I Mil,- i 'oun-
..... ill II,li. :,: .111,1
In Seel Ion 7::.: 16, Florida
ii ihi i iii,. Coun-
t> Courthouse in i tade Count*. rim -
thin \ alendar month* from
ne "i I he ii- m |>uhlli ntlnn here-
of, or the same u ill lie harr< il
Mat. ,1 in Miami, Kim Idi this h
ilnj "i April, \l >. 1965.
BA III II Rl 11'.IN Si i.\
As Executor
Fh -1 iiublieatlun of ihix notli i nn
ihe lilih ,liiv of Ipril, 1965.
IRVINM I'VI'KX I.AW il i- If EH
lt> : Dnvld M. Ktolar
\ttorm \ for Exi, in.,i-
Ti 532-4721
S25 Arthur Indfre) Road
Miami l leach, l-'in. 33140
i 16-23-30, ". :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR DA
IN CHANCERY
NO 6BC3683
Iti IS.\I.INI i A Bill ITT,
rialntiff.
-VB- Kl'lT Kt)R DIVORCE
ALAN kBHOTT,
hefi ndnnl
\:, \\ A I ihi ITT, 2076 Creston
\\ nui Ilrun New Vork, he!
hy ii itlfli i ili.it ii Complaint foi -li-
vorci has been filed ngainsl you, and
you are i e|Ulri 'I lo nerve n ropy ol
your Answer or lli n Ihe
Ih ini I'M iln Phi lut ill's .tiii-- ii- .
HAROLD Sll \ I>|lt< I. 927 Lincoln
Ri -in. Mil ml lit aeli, hlorida......I ii
ii......Iginal Answer or Pleaillng In
the off......I the ("lei k of th< C
Court, on ur In fore May 10, 1965. II
yotl full in do -ii. Judgement h> .1.
finili \v ll in taki ii ngainsl you for
lief demanded in the < 'on
11 \l"l-;i> hi Miami, Klorida, this Stli
daj i.r April, 1963
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
(Seat)
BY I. RNEEDEN
I Ii l.iii i '1. i k
1/9-16-23-3"
jlfstream Winds
Season Here
excellent program featuring
|nations top handicap stars and
pe*y crop of two-year-olds is
duled for the final full week of
n at Gulfslream Park.
Ko.OOO-added Pan American !
cap at a mile and a half on i
[turf will be contested Saturday
i such standouts as Cedar Key.
dy Spots, Hot Dust and Tornado
By settle the issue.
Iturday's program will almost
1 Florida Derby Day in sidelight
actions. Honoring Pan Ameri-
I Day will be a colorful display
he flag- ol the 21 nations in the
eld and on hand will be the dip*
Itic representatives of the Pan
| countrii s,
nee the City of Miami is stag-
a similar celebration, many
W and Dade-Metro officials-
will be in attendance. Sat-
v ill be the track's an-
il Shrine Day, with the famous
Fhing bands and drill teams
lidbuj llaj long entertainment.
-ST.
>etry Festival
(ears Notables
aramoreRader Poetry Group
a poetry Festival of 1965 on
pnesday evening at Miami Mu-
PPal Auditorium.
finning poems were read by a
Pel of noted community leaders,
luding the following:
Ne Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami
por Robert King High. Miami
h Mayr Melvin Richard,
Thompson, Ft. Patrick C
pi. Rev. Richard Blanchard,
P.01 Herbert Baumgard. Joseph
fjander, Ralph Reniek, Ray
|lso Philip Ji. Bottfeld, Samuel
Fer. Judge Harold Spaet Vivi-
ILaramore. Mrs. Inez Krensky,
Pn, Mot, Mrs. Sydney
Pntraub, Mrs. Albert Pick, Sis-
Robert Louise, Vir^fnia
Per and Jordan Davidson,
Pan of the fesUval.
Mother of Rabbi Shapiro
Passes Away at Age 82
Sophie Shapiro, wife of Rabbi
Kalmen Shapiro, supervisor of di-
etary laws at Mt. Sinai Hospital,
died Apr. 10 in her home, 725 14th
PL, at the age of 82.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by three sons, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Beth Kodesh Congregation, Ben-
jamin Shapiro of Brooklyn, and
Martin Shapiro of Long Island.
N.Y.; three daughters. Mrs. Faye
Gruber and Mrs. Yetta Gordon, of
New York City, Mrs. Helen Isaac-
son, of Manila, Philippines; two
brothers. Sam and Max Estersan.
of Brooklyn; three sisters, Mrs.
Rose Ehrenreich, of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Minnie Schaner, of Toledo, O.,
Eva Estersan, of Brooklyn; grand-
children and great-grndchildren.
Sen-ices were held Apr. 11 at
Gordon Funeral Home, with fur-
ther service and interment in
Brooklyn.

GELTZER
JULES, 6:'. of 7S81 s\v 13th St..
died Apr. 11. while visiting In
Philadelphia, Pa., where he lived
prior to coming to Miami 12 yuan
afro. A real estate broker, he was
ii member of the Miami Beach
Hoard of Realtor* and belonged
in B'nal B'rlth. Surviving? are liis
wife Eva; two sons, Dr. Hemard
licltser, Norman II. Oeltaer, Mi-
ami; a brother, Josi oh (Settlor nf
Philadelphia, ii inil.-hilih, n. Ser-
vices were In-lit Apr ii at Oordon
riniwal Home.
9 ij '
LIEBERMAN. flora, 7-1, of ".::! 14th
Si a. il Mar, It. ill""
METZ. Mrs. Annie Sbur'n. 83, nf '.-
- St.. died Mm- ti Ithi islili
SERES. Sam, ".....' Kui Hit Ave .
died Mar. 23 lliv. r-i-l-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4003
Till: Wll.i.l VMKIII'RilH
SAVI.VtiS BANK,
I'lulntlff,
it u\. ,1 ill.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65 C 4067
IX UK: AIM ll'TU IN i IF
MARIA TRIXA BRKEDMIVE,
A Minor.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: i-vri. I). i:i:i:i-:i.i.ii\-|-:, HmS
ii fi S i-i. i-i nn. iili Mar.
isi Mar. BrlK.
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V'M' ARK HKRKBY NOTIFIKD thai '
;i Petition baa been filed in tin above
styled oourl bj Mai-garotte Spanajler
liHSUoti iiml JiiHeph V. Uagliotl for the '
iitbiptlon i.r Maria Trlna Breedlove,
,i minor, ami >nii are re-nulrvd lo -i-i>. '
.i .-..|i\ ..I ii.iii Answer in- objections
t,, snow raii.ir why said Petition
-iiinilil in.i he granted,.....he attorm )
for Iviiiii.ii.rs. l,i:ii.\"AIili ;. KilKRT,
.r Myers, II. iin.hi \- KHplan, MM s \v
isi Street, Miami, Florida, and file
the ri-jiniil in ill, office of (he Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62532-B
IN RK: Ksti......r
chari.ks a i:i.i.i:i:v,
Deceased.
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'll illtors :nnl All Person-. Ilav-
! Imi I'liiiiin- in- Demands. Agalnsl Said
Kstate:
Vim in. hereby notified mid re-
quired in iin-. in any claims and ill -
iiimiil- vilii.-li Mm mav lni\i- naalnsi
Hi, estate of CHARI.RH \. Kl.l.i:i:v
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66611- B
i\' RR: i-:-i.ii. .,r
.1 Vt-tm 1 I.NSKY
n. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci'ciil lit"- -..ii- I t.i
ii'-' i 'i:ii i i H' IHln \.......-I S.i
K-tiil.-:
V'ou an hereli d s nd n
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I......I \inl-. I'I'.'SKV 'I
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ii duplicate :n
111.....i s. ctli ii 733.18, I- .in ii
ii ih,- Conn
i I lade i "'i,ii \. I-I--
i.i.i. w li I lendar months 11
i li. iini,. ..I" he first imbllcal Ion In i
i.i. or the same will he barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, iin
day of April. \ *'
URRTRUDBBKRQER
l.l-)i iNARD li, l.'ll-j; I'
\s i-;\i i uii.rs
First pulilicatinn nf this noli.....
iin- luili da) <>f Aiiijl. ItfHJ.
I.Kl I.NAIID i: BOERT
of Myers, 11-ini.in and Kaplan
All. rin\ for I :\< ,-iil'iis
ll.o S.W. I-i Street
Miami, Florida
I 18-28-30, '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA )N PROBATE
No. 66436-C
IN RK: llsiii.....I"
.li ISKPII MRLFA
Derrasetl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditors and All Persons Ha
iny Claims or Demands Against S;<
Estate:
Vnu in',- ii. I-, ii> notified and i
quired in present any claims and 'l
li'i-:i.-,,l late ni DADK I'ounty, Flor- 1 ihands which you may have again
Ida, io the Count j .lulu.- ol Bade the estate of JOSKPH MRLFA d
iiiniy, ami file Ihi
ti mill ;is |ir,i\ Ided ill S,-i
ill-Ida Statutes, In
-ii ihi Circuit Court on or before
Mas 17. I88S.
IIKItKIN FAIL NOT ur n Decree
Pro *'niu'i-s.-o will be entered agalnsl
\ nil.
WITNESS m> hand and seal of
-nitl Court in Miami. I lade I'olllltN,
Klorida, ilii- 13th day of April, IS6J.
I-:. B I.KATIIKR.V \N. C|i rk,
i"iiiiilt Court, Dade Cunt>, l-'l.i
i -i .ii It) : Is'. M, I.Y.\IA.\
I leput) Clerk
LEONARD il. EOERT
|||' Myers, llihiian A.- Kaplan
IT." S.W. I-i Street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys tor Plaintiff
I 16-23-30, i 7
KKWK'i'll P.. (lOL'UH.
I >.-l,-lula]lI~
NOTICE OF SUIT
l'u: \ninir ll. tlrodd and Anita
Urodd, his H".
Hi lanill Sii.....I
l.-mi; Bench, Sew Vork
Vnu are hereby notified thai the
a bo vi captloned action has bei n In-
stituted against you In the circuit
r.....i ..I' the Hleventh Judlcltl t lr-
,-uii of Florida in and for Dade Coun-
ts u. foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real property:
Lot 16 Bloi-k 28 sr \l\NiiU RRCTION FiM'lt according
to the Plat thereof, n......ded in Plat
lt,,,,l< 30 at Page 82 of the Public
i:.....il- ol I'ail.- County, Florida,
together 'Hi Westinghouae Re-
frigerator PK115 in color. Westing-
house niii" Wash, r LHJ hi color.
Westinghouae Uryer "'l:! "' ''"''"'
and Venetian Blinds,
you are required to file n respon
slve pleading to ptalntlffs complaint
with the Clerk of the aforesaid court,
.nui serve a copj i.....' upon plain-
tiffs an. rney MARTIN FINE, Dad'
Federal linil.liiiK. Miami. Florida 38131,
1 imi later than -May b, 1065, oi De-
cree Pro i'iiiifi-.---'i will i"' entered
agalnat you.
DATED: April 12, 1963,
!:. r. LEATHRRM \N li rk,
Circuit Court, Dadi Soiinty, Hoi Ijla
(seal) By: C, P. COPELAND
l leput) '! rk
MARTIN FINE
Dade Federal Building
Miami, i-Hiiiila Mill ( ^ ^ ^ ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65 C 4104
HAItol.n M. CAULK
Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN CAULK
I ii l.-iiilaul
NOTICE TO DEFEND
i TOP, HKlJvN lAUi.K, AUK MEHK-
! I1Y NOTIFIED in fill- >"ur dcCeaae
pleadings to this suit for Dlveoc* with
lila Court's Clerk, and serve -i i wi
mi Plaintiffs attorney, RICH wfi
lALTSHl'LER, ".".". Seybold Bids., .Mi-
ami. Florida, nn or before May 20,
1965; else the Complaint will be taken
us 'onfesaed !} you.
Dated: April 11, 1965.
E. It. I.KATIIKKMAN
i 'I. ik ..I Iin- i 'ill-nil four)
,s, all Bj : K, .M I.V.MAN
i leput) clerk
I '.i 23 ::". 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRRRV tSIVKN thai
ih. .....li i -lulu il, desiring ......gage ill
liiisiniss under the flclitlous name ol
\.\MV S BRRII ,v WINK BAR h 2SIH
. Miami \ Vl ii I.- intends I" :
-ai.l iiaiili- w nil the Clerk of Ihi "I
mil Courl of Dude Coun'c, Klorldii
ISRACK siill.l.li:it
l< ESSI.EK .v l vSSEI
Aitorni i for Vpplii sni
313 i.. .1. nn Rd ''" .ii iables. l-'la.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65 C 3945
PATRU'IA HI. V' "K TAI TE,
Plaintiff,
RUDOLPH LORD TACTE,
11, |,ml.iin.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In: III I" U.I'll l.ultli TACTK
l/ii-kii.....I Road
i RFI New Canaan, Conne
i.. u Isboro, New Vork
Vmi, Itinlolpli l...nl 'lain.-, are here-
ID notified that Bill of Complalnl
for i ih..... has been filed against
you, and you are required to sen
, ,,|,\ ni your Anawer
ih. Bill of i-omplnint
ill s attorney, AINSLEB R. FKRIMK,
Suite -'":'. 2815 s.W. LeJeune Road,
Coral Babies, Kli-rlda J3IS4 an......
ih.. original Answer or Pleading in
the offli.....f ih
Courl "ii "i before Hie lTili day of
Mas IMS, If m'11 fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will !' taki n against
you for the relief demanded in the
Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
, a. h cek for four ......si utlve weeks
in THE JRWISH FLORII 'IAN
lniN'K AND ORDRRKD al Miami.
tli ,l.iy of April V M
l'u,..
i: i: i I-: iTHKRMAX, Clerk,
i ,,i Court, Dade Count). Horlda
,. |j b, : c. P. COPELAND
11, put) i 'lerk
AINSI.RE It. KRRDIE
Suite 202, 2313 S.W. LeJeune Road
Coral Oahles. Pla, 331S4
Attorn.ytorPtaU.tlM f ..:l.3() .
in dupll-
tlon 733.16,
their offli In
ih. Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months
from id,- time of the first iniiiiiiain.ii
hereof, ..I- Hi.- same will I..- Iinireil.
Iiai.'.l ill Miami. Florida, ihi.- I.llh
I I) --!' April, A.D. !";"-.
.11 .UN Sll \ni.i:v
As Executor
First publication ( this nolle.....i
tin 16th da) i-l April, 1963.
I li.vm. 11.-.lam. 11..- Bradfi rd.
Williams, McKil) and Kiml.i.ll
v in > s for Executor
th I- imi". Dade Federal Bhlg.
l-'l.in.la 33131
i ';-_'::- :i.. r. 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3951
MARY ANN i-.il.K ROBINSON,
Plaintiff,
\ s,
DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON,
11,-IVliitalii.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON
:'.". Tufts Ave.
Kv. I. 11. .Xlu-Nd. Iiilssill-
TOU, WII.I.IA.M DAVID ROBIN-
SON, are hereby notified that a com-
plaint for dlvorci has l>een filed
as. .I late iif Dade County, Florid
10 the Count) Jvdges "f Dade Count
nui file the same In duplicate ami
provided in Section 733.16, Florii
Stututes, in 1 li.- 1- offices in the Cou
> Courlh-'ii-i in l lade 1 'ount). Flo
iila. within six calendar months fro
the lime of the first publication hei
of, .a- 1I1. -.nn. will be barred.
1 lated ii Mia ml, I- loi Ida, thia 1: u
la\ of April. A.D. 1965.
MICHAEL MI-:i.l-'A
As Admiiiisti-ator
I Irsl publication of ihi.- nol li
Ihe IHtll da) "I April, 1963
: HENRY Nl IRTI IN
A i mi p. Pu A.iniiiii-t rator
I llscii) 11. Itldg., Miami. Fla.
I 16-23-30, '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No. 66624-B
IN RE: r.-i.u. ..I
KMiRRNCR II VFT,
I 1. a-.-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons I la
Ing I'lulms ur liitnainis Against Sa
Rstate:
\ .mi are hereby notified and r
.inn. ii to pi-.s.-ik an) claims and d,
ma.'i.Is which 111:1 may have again .
the estat.....' FLORENCE HAFT a.
ceased late of Dade County, Florid
1.1 the Count) Judges, of Dade Count
mi.l file the same i" duplicate and :
against you, by MARY ANNCOLE provided In HfOtlon 7J8.16, Horh
ROBINSON, ami you are hemb) re-I Statutes, In iinir offices Jn the ijjh
'liiirt'il to serve a copy nf your anawer
or pleading to the plaintiffs bill ..f
complaint, on the plaintiffs attor-
ney, Robert b. fensholt, 210
Calumet nidi;., to N.K. Third Ave.,
Miami, Florida* anil to file the orig-
iiul with iin Clerk nf ill-- Circuit
I'oini. .Miami. Made County, Florida,
mi ..r I.i fore the 17th day ..f .May.
IMS, If you fall to do .-". judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In Ihe complaint.
i\ Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
Ida, within six calendar months in
the linn of ih.- first publication her.
of. or tli. sauoj will he buried.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this Oi
day of April, A.D. 1905.
AARON 1>. HAFT
Ai* Executor
Plrsi publication "f iiiis notice i
iin 16th da) !' April, 1965.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executor
MONK AND ORDERED, at Miami, 1408 l.is. ayn.- Bldg., .Miami. Fla.
Ma.i.- County, Florida, this 9th day
.a \piil. 1965.
B. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I mde County, Florida
is. all Mv K. M I.Y.MAN
I leput) 'I. il;
ROBERT P. I'KNSliol.T
Attoi ne) for Plaintiff
216 r.iluiii. i Bldg.
In N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami. Fla
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl i I'H'i-: IS HEREBY :I\ BN that
ih. iiml' i-iLii-ii. .1. iilrliiR I" n. '
. Iindi I' t he "ii 'ii mas nan', nl
TIME INVESTMENTS al 18951 N.E.
in PI ... North Miami Beach, Flor-
ilai nti ml- in i eglsti -a 'I i......
ii,, ml Ihi '' i cull i 'urn i i-r l lade
i 'ount). Florida.
.1 \.'l< I IPSINER
I 16-23-30, '. 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3884
MARSHA WINtJER
Plaintiff
vs.
ELI. 11 TT 11. SINGER,
I >i r.-inlalil
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI I: RLLIl ITT II SINORR
3910 Mortimer Avenue
Baltimore IS, Mar) land
You, ELLIOTT 11. SINOER, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
nt for Divorce has been filed
Pleading lo agalhsi you, and you are required to
n tin- Plaint- inerve a cop) ?'* your Answer or
Pleading t.. the Mill of Complalnl on
the Plaintiffs attorney, NEIL I'llo-
nin. 1119 Ingraham Bldg., Miami
i-'ia., and file the original Anawer or
i-ticut)
Clerk of the Circuit Pleading In the ..fti
-'- '......' r ih.- Circuit Courl
I7ih da) of May, 1965, If you fall
t, do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
mnnded In the Bill ..i Complaint.
This notice shall be publahed once
each week for fi ur consecutive weeks
in THE JRWISH I > > iRIIMAN
I" INE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Sth da) of Vpi ii A D.
1965.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circuit Court, I lade i'.....i:i I- lorida
(seal) By: '. I. \ LBN VNDER
l>eput) Clerk
Ni:i I. i-Hi i.NIN
; imi ingrah ini Bldg,
Miami, i li rids
Attoi ne) for Plaintiff
4 18-2S-SO, 5 7
f the Clerk and i" serve a
.n or before the I upon DAVID I
I 16-33-30, 5 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD,ClAL CIRCUIT 0r
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 65C-2746 (Cordon)
VV. .1. DRIVER, as Administrator m
Veteran* Affairs, nn Officer of the
I'nlted States of America, nnd his
un in such offlci and h
iinir
i in an Iff,
vs.
El 'ITI! R. IORDAN single womi
I iiii miaul.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
Tl I El HTH IL JtlRD \.'. a sing
woman, If living, Including ai
inknown spouses of said Defi
.lam n she lii- married, and
dead, her unknown helra, de1
i,-. i ;int-. -. assignees, orei
-. ii. nors, ti nstei -. and
other pei sons I a I m inn b
ihrough, under or against the
11. I. miauls whose residences a
hi,i, now n:
Vi il VRE HEREBY Nl ITIFIED tli
a suit ha.- In-, n Ini.nuht against V'
hy \V. I DRIVER, as Admlnlstrat'
..I Veterans Affairs, an Officer ..f tl
I'nlted States of America, and li
successors In such office, and his -
their asalgna, i,. foreclose a mortaat
. ncumberlng the followlna; d.-s.-iili-
property, lo-wlt:
l>,t -. i i Block 17. of CUTLE
RIIMIE, SECTION FIVE, aooon
iiiK in the plat thereof, as raoori
.il in Plat Monk 60, at pane 66,
the public records of Dade Count
Florida:
ami you are rasjulred t.> fi 1.- your at
n\ver n. -.mi complalnl with Hie I'lei
of the Circuit Courl ..i Dade Count
Florida, al the Courthouse in Mian
Florida, mi or before May l". 1W
'"I.\' of such an.-w.
'. CAT8MAN, Plaini .
iffs attorney, whose address is P
East Flagler Street, Miami. Florid
on or Pi fur,- sani date, as reoiulri
by the laws of Florida, if you fa
to do sn. the uomplalnt will be taki
us confessed by you and a Decree Pi
Confesso "ill in entered against yi
for the relief 'i. manded in the con
plaint.
DATED at Miami. I lorida, thl
da) "i \\
E. B li: VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Clix-uit Court, I' up i ''unity, I- li
(seal) By: C. i. M.i:\'ANl)ER
i i.pntv 't. rk
1>.\\ ll> P. CATSW IN
DAVID P. i'A'I'SM \ N
101 Ess I I lagiel Sir. t
Miami. Florida I 11.-2:1-30, 5 I


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+Mist IkridHrnr
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FOOD
FAIR
Extend Best Wishes For A
Happy Passover
To Their Valued Customers
And To
The Entire Jewish Community



"cJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 16, 1965
Section C
lien oi Jewish personnel s'ationed at a mi'itarv nr-*t in
Edited States learn about the Passover symbols lrom
Newish cr.aplain. Jewish chaplains in all branches oi
IS. Armed Forces, recruited, endorsed and served by
Jational Jewish Welfare Board, serve as the rabbis to a
fcl congreqation which stretches around the world. lr.
|ion of ihe young in localities where dependents o: ser-
cen aie 0:1 post >s one of their met important 1asks.
-a>^
ow-bound Gl on maneuvers in Germany receives Pass-
[food supplies distributed by the National Jewish Weliare
from a Jewish chaplain, who has made the trip by jeep
i outpost where he is on duty. Around the world, younq
\h men and women in 'he United States Armed Forces
Observing Pasiover, just as they observe all of the Jew-
lolsdays and festivals, thanks to the year-round religious
pioiale services provided by JWB.
tol Offers Views on Wilson Visit
DON (JTA) Israel
Minister Levi Bshkol left
B after a week-long
Knglai i during which he
|iih British Prime Minister
Wilson .mil other British
oriel prepared statement,
aeli Premier said that he
i" i<> Britain t.) discuss a
r "I questions such :is the
situation in the Middle
plif water situation, Israel's
y portion ;m well a- to meet the Jewish
nit}' here, These aims have
thieved." he declared.
!rply to a question, Mr.
I said that Israel end West
jsny will probably exchange
Msadors and open embassies
Hi country within one or two
N, Replying to another
lion, the Premier said: "No
rre njd been exerted on us
lor anywhere else. We are a
l-eqn state. We may n,ve
Pi



IH k' ''^u^ new members has been se* by
Hebrew Academy Membership Committee
>nq last Sunday at the home of Rabbi and
Alexander S. Gross. Osrar Mamber,
'y-appointed membership chairman,
7ln reach the goal by the end of 1965.
P *d (left |0 righ() are 5^ Reinhard. Henry
puaan. Julius Rosenstein. Louis Merwitzer,
WHAT'S YOUR QUESTION BOX SCORE?
Queries on Passover Holidays
been tendered advice and counsel
on a number of questions but this
in no way can be interpreted as
pressure."
He reiterated his support for .1
complete arms embargo in the Mid-
dle Bast hut said that this was a
most complicated problem since
it is linked with numerous kinds
of weapons in the area and had to
I be accompanied hy close inspec-
tion.
At a luncheon tendered by the
Anglo-Israel Parliamentary group,
Air. Eshkol said that the interna-
tional community "should insist
thai the purposes and principles ol
the United Nations Charter, to
vrhish all the stales in our region
have subscribed, should be applied
in the Middle East The interna
lional community cannot accept a
situation in which Middle East
member states alone openly de-
clare their intention to destroy one
1.1 then- neighbors."
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that the Cantor does not
recite the Kiddush in the syna-
gogue service on the first two
nights of Passover, as is done
on every other holiday and Sab-
bath eve?
The Kiddush on Passover eve is
basicaUj a part of the evening
ritual, which must there
lore take place at the Seder table,
and not at the synagogue service.
It is generally believed that the
reason for the recital of the Kid-
dush in the synagogue at the ser-
vice on Sabbath and holiday eve-
nings is to accomodate the poor
travelers. On Passover eve na
one is considered pour enough
not to he able to afford his own
Wine for Passover Seder use. Fur-
thermore, some synagogues held
B seder in the synagogue vestry
for the multitude and in this case
the Kiddush was certainly recited
at the table during the beginning
of the Seder service rather than
during the prayer service.
m a 4
Since the recital of the Haggadah
on Passover eve is regarded as
a Divine Commandment, why is
it that we do not offer a bene-
diction to God for having com-
manded us to do this Mitivah,
as we do with other Mitivoth?
A number of reasons are ot-
tered. Actually Rabbi Menahem
Meiri states that some customs
do require the recitation of a
special benediction to this effect.
He states that the reason we do
not follow such a practice and do
not make this benediction is the
fact that in the evening service
of the synagogue we have al-
ready recited a benediction thank-
ing Cod for being the redeemer
of Israel in the course of which
we recounted t h e deliverance
from Egypt as we do every morn
ing and evening.
Later authorities offer a more
simple explanation. Actually the
performance of reciting the Hag-
gadah is one where we recited
benediclions. This being the c.i-c
it would be superfluous to offer
a benediction to God thanking
llim for commanding us to recite
Ik nedictions. Others say that
since the exodus from Egypt has
already been mentioned in the
Kiddush. one h a s already dis-
charged hi- obligation in remem-
bering the exodus in at least a
minimal form and thus the bene-
diction would be superfluous since
the objective has already been ac-
complished.
Why are the Hallel Psalms re-
cited in the synagogue on the
first two nights of Passover in
some congregations?
The first two nights of Passover
constitute the most fitting oc-
casion for the recital of the Hal-
lel Psalms since that was the
night of the exodus from Egypt
which the Hallel Psalms speak of.
This is why everyone recites
them at the Seder table. There
are two reasons ottered as to why
they are also recited in the eve-
ning service of the synagogue.
Some claim that this was done in
places and on occasions when the
multitude was poorly educated
and could not recite them without
the help of Cantor or reader at
the synagogue.
Another reason offered is that
the public recitation of the Hallel
Psalms at the Synagogue would
qualify the pronouncement of the
benediction betore the recital of
the Hallel Psalms and thus this
benediction would also cover the
recital of the Hallel Psalms at
the Seder table. Otherwise, at the
Seder table one does not pro-
nounce the benediction since it is
not a public service and thus
would lose the opportunity ol ma-
king the benediction were it not
for the recitation of the Psalms in
the synagogue where one would
make the benediction
Why does tradition require 'I.at
there
Seder
be three
table?
Matzos on the
A varietj of reasons ar<
tcivd lor this custom. Original!)
some of the Gaonic authorities
required only two Matzos. In
the liturgical work ol Habbi Am-
ram Gaon it is explained that gen
erally two loaves ol bread are
required on any holiday, tin Pass
over we require a partial loaf ia
partial Matzoh) to indicate the
in-cad of affliction and poverty
Thus wc use the two whole Mat
zos and the hall (lrom which the
Afikoman was broken ofl 1 making
a total ol three pieces (two whole
ones and one broken one I,
others qualify this explanation
a little lurther by saying that ac-
tually if the holiday fell on a week
day it would be sufficient to have
one whole Mat/ h and one hroki 11
Matzoh and this would be re-
garded as having two. However,
since the coincidence of the Seder
night with The Sabbath would re-
quire two whole Matzos 1 because
Ihe Sabbath requires iwo whole
loaves) we require three ever)
year so that no mistake would oc-
cur in eliminating the second
whole Matzoh when Passover oc-
curred on the Sabbath.
Habbi Sherirah Gaon was quot-
ed as explaining that three Mat-
zos are required for the Seder
night because it was historically
on this night that Abraham ord-
ered Sarah to prepare three mea-
sures of w heat for the three
angels who visited him. The pres-
ence of the three Matzos on the
Seder table reminds us cf our
three Patriarchs Abraham.
Isaac and Jacob. It is interesting
to note that throughout the Se-
der ritual, the exodus lrom Egypt
i not regarded as an isolated
event in Jewish history. It is rath-
er east into its perspective ;is
part of a chain of events which
started from the earliest period
of our history as a nation and will
yet be projected tar into the dis-
tant future even in our eschat-
ological projections of the world
and the day to e.iiic.
Utility in Battle Of Bigotry
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIA The Pennsyl-
vania Power and Light Co.. of Al-
Icntown, Pa., is show ing other large
companies how t > tear down the
-paper curtain" the phrase of
Dr. Murray Friedman, Pennsyl-
vania area director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, to describe
the exclusionary patterns found
in the hiring practices of many
major corporations and utilities
across the country.
Pennsylvania Power and Light
1
Mamber. David Lippman. and Aaron S.
Schwartz. S'indinq (left to riqht) are Sam
Goldstein. Herman Eisenberq. Louis DeCov-
eny. Gabriel Shantz's. Carl Brandes. Rev. Jos-
eph Krantz. Hyman Kleinman. Marvin Lip-
man. Benjamin Appel. Joseph Cohen and Prof.
Georqe Pickar.
was aiming 50 utilities companies
named in a report of the American
Jewish Committee a year ago
which held that studies showed
Jewish candidates for management
posiiions in the utilities were pre-
sented with a negative and dis-
couraging picture of their poten-
tial.
"Pennsylvania Power and Light
management reacted to the arti-
cle in a completely positive way,"
Dr. Friedman said. "Almost im-
mediately, they contacted the
American Jewish Committee
leadership here for help in a
program to dispel any impression
that they discriminate against
Jews or any other minority
group."
The program that was developed
.lined in two directions. The urst
worked within the company, in-
forming employees through memos
Mid meetings that the company wcl
i ineil minorities and that employ
eis did not have to meet any sort
ol "image." The second aim was
to inform the Jewish college gradu-
ate that the company had a place
for him.
"Most of the companies lold us
I hey would hire Jews, hut lew an
plied." Dr. Friedman said. "The
Pennsylvania Power and Light pro-
gram attempts to overcome Jew-
ish reluctance even to bother to
apply to what are believed to be
'Gentile' companies. We arc not
asking the companies to discrimin-
; ate for Jew s but just to break up
the discriminatory patterns built
up over the years."
Officials of the company met with
Jewish advisers to young people.
the director of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Ilillel directors, and
members of the B'nai B'rith Voca-
tional Service, discussing how to
bring Jews into Ihe company. They
also asked the help ol the Jewish
Occupations Council, a national
II ganization.
Pennsylvania Power and Light
also sent out letters to Ilillel di-
rectors in .Middle Atlantic states
informing them when a representa-
tive of the company would be n
campus to interview applicants
rhe letters stressed the advantage'
t<> Jews employed bj the company
including the fact that the com-
tany's division headquarters were
located in cities where there were
'stablished Jewish communities
>v th religious and cultural facili-
ties.
Twenty supervisors from all
branches of the company were
brought together to speak to rep-
resentatives of the American
Jewish Committee. "M any of
them told us they thought that
Jews didn't want to work for util-
ities," Dr. Friedman said. "They
walked out with a new idea of
what a Jew was like."
As a result of these activities,
spearheaded by Jack K. Busby.
President of Pennsylvania Power
and Light, and Austin Cavin. the
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assover
*^eder Jnis HJUee'hend
Our Seders have everything. As
expressions of our religious faith
and thankfulness for freedom from
bondage they appeal to our lofti-
est sentiments. The service in-
structs our children in the history
of the holiday and the true mean-
-ng of freedom. And with all this
they are fun. There is jesting and
gayety. many songs, and feasting!
Since this is a column devoted to
food, we can dwell upon the feast-
ing, and what a happy task this is.
Each year at the Seder we enjoy a
holiday meal filled with well-be-
loved traditional delicacies, which
somehow taste better on the oc-
casion than at any other time.
Before we begin the meal itself
we partake of the ceremonial wine
and the symbolic foods which are
part of the ritual the matzoh.
the moror or bitter herbs, the pars,
ley or young greens, the roasted
shank of bone of a lamb, the roast-
ed egg. and the haroset. The haro-
set is a reddish paste whose ap-
pearance signifies the mortar for
the bricks our ancestors had to
make under the lash of cruel task-
masters in ancient Egypt, but
whose pleasant taste is a symbol
of God's kindness which made
slavery endurable. Though custom-
arily we use grated apples, ground
nuts, cinnamon, and red wine to
make it. many variations are found
in the recipes of Jewish families
from other parts of the world Dried
fruits may take the place of apples.
Pine nuts ipinolas and chopped
hard cooked eggs are sometimes in-
gredients, and if the family is too
poor to afford the luxury of nuts,
matzo meal may be substituted.
And now let's return to the menu
for the meal itself, which this year
we have kept within the tradition
1 pattern. We begin with hard
cooked eggs in salt water, followed
by gefilite fish, chicken soup with
matzo meal kneidlach. roast chic-
ken or turkey with roast potatoes
and beets, and. as is proper at n
festive meal, a fine kugel. We
could end our dinner with a fruit
cup or compote and a cake made
from one of the many fine commer-
cial mixes. However, since the Se-
der is a time for special home-made
goodies, recipes are included for
two. The first describes how to
prepare the carrot candy called
Marron Pletziach. and the formula
is the one my beloved grandmother
used when she made them for me
many years ago. The second recipe
is for a delightful treat, a won-1
derful no-bake chocolate cookie
which is a variation of one origin-
ating in Israel. The cookie mixture,
if you wish, can be formed into one
long roll, to resemble the Pass-
over confection called 'Salami.''
Menu for Passover Seder
Matzoh Moror Roasted egg
Parsley or young greens
Haroset Wine Gefilite fish
Roasted Shank bone of a lamb
Hard cooked eggs in salt water
Chicken soup with matzo meal
kneidlach
Passover pickles Beets
Roast chicken or turkey
Roast Potatoes
Matzo apple kugel for Passover
Tossed salad Fruit cup or
compote
Marron Pletziach Cake Tea
Chocolate spice balls
Matzo Apple Kugel for Passover
4 matzos
4 well-beaten eggs
2/3 cup honey
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup coarsley chopped nut
meats
2 large apples, peeled, cored
and grated
2 tablespoons melted chicken fai
2/3 cup raisins
1/2 cup orange juice
Break the matzos into small
pieces, cover with cold water, and
let stand for one minute. Place
in a sieve and gently squeeze out
the water. Put the matzos into a
mixing bowl and add all the re-
maining ingredients. Stir to blend.
Pour the batter into a 2-quart
greased baking dish, and bake at
350 degs F. for about 1 hour, until
firm and well-browned. Serve hot
as a kugel. The pudding may also
be chilled and served as a dessert.
For a dairy meal, substitute but-
ter for the chicken fat and top
'with whipped cream or sour cream.
This amount makes 8 portions.
Marron Pletziach
To make 1 pound of candy, use:
1 lb. finely grated large raw
carrots
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup finely ground nut meats
about 1/2 teaspoon ground
ginger, to taste
Place the carrots and sugar in
a sauce pan over medium heat. Stir
until the mixture comes to a boil,
then cook over low heat for at
least 1 hour, until a few drops in
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Stir frequently with a wooden
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the cooking lime. Add the nut
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"Occasions such as this, not
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Jewish patients at the Veterans
Hcspital in Coral Gables
matzoh. and through the auspi-
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1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground ginger
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup hot water
2 tablespoons vegetable
shortening
2/3 cup seedless raisins
2 1/2 cups matzo cake meal
2/3 cup walnut meats, cut
in a covered tin in the
ator. This recipe makes
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"Salami": Omit the ni,
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In Met Nam
By MAX LERNER

Civil Rights 'New Approach'
Mk Americam attacking from the air, it was inevitable that the
h Vietnamese should in time answer in the air. The lively air battle
i U.S. Air Force Jets and Soviet-made Ncrth Vietnamese MIGS
hat the \'ict war is no longer solely a guerilla war on the Commu-
(jade. To protect their transport and communication system, by
supply the Viet Cong, the North Vietnamese have had to
er American weapons in kind.
|.. is noi the negotiation response that President Johnson has been
for, l>i>t it shows that the American air strikes are now aimed
ftey hurt the whole Communist war effort in Viet Nam. This
lii adequately answer those American commentators who have been
[ that the Vie! Cong is carrying on an autonomous war, and that
kinils' ities between Viet Cong actions and North Vietnamese actions
UiEht and purely coincidental.
bservers have been watching anxiously Tor signs of changes in
over Struggle inside North Viet Nam between the Russia-aligned
[.-,,, aligned forces. Some t.hink they detect a slight shift intern-
,.. ,1,1 the younger and mere militant pro Chinese group. If this is
_ and the signs are necessarily elusive one might argue
fit harsheh American policy is producing a hardening of the North
gmese ideological line.
ite bow dillerent this is from the prediction of some of the iso-
l- liberals that the American policy would draw the Russians and
< together, even throw them into each other's embrace. That
I be a heavy price indeed to pay for the American policy. But there
siyns of it. The internal struggle with Viet Nam means a sharp-
, not a blunting, of the conflict between the two Communist camps,
wt surprising that China's camp is making some ne converts in
Quite aside from the harder American policy the Chinese have
aMaye .ver the Russians in Asia because their line is a more ex-
: one. In the competition between militancies, in any situation of
[and bitterness, the far-out one can out-hate, out-damn, out-promise
kher.
m the American isolationists should not regard this as supporting
{position. II anything, it undercuts it. Once you argue American
i in Viet Nam not on moral or sentimental grounds but in terms of
lui world position of the Western camp and the Communist camps.
fcu>t ask not only how America would be affected by American with-
f\ from Viet Nam, but how Russia would be affected.
outcome of the Russian-Chinese struggle, on a score of ideo-
battlelionts, depends very much on American behavior on this
tbt Chinese have been arguing that America has no will to resist
^nse and protracted guerilla struggle, that it has no military ca-
to fight it. that its intellectuals will not support resistance. The
Ins, who have had some experience with America's will to survive,
tan arguing realism and caution. If America cuts and runs in Viet
will nol only mean a disaster for non-Communist governments
ktheasl Asia It will mean that the Chinese will have been proved
in their conflict with the Russians.
is in this sense, and only in this sense, that the outcome of the
lunation has a bearing on the total world power-struggle. The
ii between the Communist and Western camps has be-
far more complex: it is now a double political war one be-
iVestarn and Communist angles cf vision, the other between
-in! the Kussians. The old cliches about ending the cold war
K longer do, and the old tender-minded recoil from the use of
pe power is even more obsolescent. If the world is to have any
i peace a decade frcm now, it will depend upon how credible
letl makes its will to resist Communist-fanned "liberation" gueril-
h during the intervening decade.
bis is. I take it, what McGeorge Bundy had in mind as the intel-
1 framework for his concrete response* on "Meet the Press." There
i a tendency, among some who feared to attack President John-
rectlv. to hit by indirection at Bundy and McXamara as "wrong''
Sangeroiiv Presidential advisers. 1 don't feel bothered that way
Mh men have been through some dee. and chastening experiences,
fKennedy as well as Johnson, out of which their basic attitudes have
aped. Tiiey have a right to ask us to examine the rightness or
ess ol tlie policies themselves, instead of trying to drive a wedge
en them and the President. When you have two men close to
r. who are members not only of the commanding elite but also have
I claim t<> being intellectuals themselves, it is better not to treat
if the> were either- Tameriains or nincompoops.
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A "new approach" by the South to
the issue of civil rights "as the
only way to public peace" was
urged here this week by the Jew
ish Monitor, a Jewish monthly
published at Albertville, Alabama
edited by Rabbi J. S. Galhnger.
An editorial on the develop-
ments in the Negro struggle for
civil rights declared that "states
rights can no longer be main-
tained on t h e denial of human
rights." The Editorial urged the
approach by authorities of "will-
ingly granting human rights to all,
without artificial repression or re-
straint."
It asserted that this approach
for the South was "the only way
to reaffirm the political rights
4 the states as parts of our
united republic" and "the only
way to public peace."
In a related report, the Wall
Street Journal said this week that
rabbis, by and large, have not
had to face as many difficulties
as many of their Christian col-
leagues with their congregations
over the question of active par-
licipation in the civil rights move-
ment. The paper said that the
question of whether a clergyman's
duty was to his immediate spirit-
ual flock or whether it included
"support for man's rights par-
ticularly civil rightseverywhere"
was plaguing an increasing num-
ber of churchmen and their con-
gregations.
It quoted an official of the Na-
tional Conference on Race and Re
ligion as saying that clergymen
were "growing more liberal while
churchgoers are becoming more
conservative."
Discussing the situation of the
rabbis active in civil rights, the
paper reported that "Nelson
Glueck, president of Hebrew
Union Colleges i n Cincinnati,
New York, Los Angeles, and Je-
rusalem, asserts that most Jew-
ish congregations are extreme-
ly liberal and, if anything, have
a 'disproportionately' large in-
volvement in civil rights dem-
onstrations.
"Some synagogue-goers, howev-
er, concede that older members
of their congregations, with busi-
nesses in Negro neighborhoods,
frown on civil rights agitation be-
cause they say it spurs Negro van-
dalism and resentment against
white store owners."
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The Jewish communities in the
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Leaders of the Central Commit-
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Jewish immigrant, A. Burger, a
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A braham Binder 9s Jewish Music Gift
ML significant chapter in the his
** tory of the Jewish Commun-
ty Center movement is the
. niquc achievement of Dr. Abra-
: am W. Binder in making a place
-or and integrating Jewish music
into the educational program of
I ie center and YM-YWHA.
It began on a day in September.
1917, when Rabbi Aaron G. Rob-
.son. the then executive director
i I the 92nd SI. YM-YWHA, invited
Hinder to organize a music de-
artment at the "Y." The first
trained Jewish musician engaged
. s a full-time staff member of a
YMHA. Binder came to the "V"
\. ith a youthful reputation. He
was barely out of his teens when
he had founded and become the
conductor of the lladassah Choral
Union, the first Jewish chorus in
A m e r i c a to sing Palestinian
-ong>. He had written them down
i s he heard them from Palestin-
ians in the I'nitocl States. Even
i arlier, ;is the son of a cantor, he
ad i imposed musical settings
for the synagogue litur y
Jewish Chorus
sunn after Binder joined Ihe
v Btaff, he oi ganized the "Y"
.wish Chun:-, one i the country, and created a chil
ren's chorus and "Y" orchestra
'or ili"' children's chorus In- com-
.'.I ;i Chanukai i, "Judas
a n d an operetta.
j isei .mil His Brethren Both
their premieres at the "Y."
they were performed in
the country at
er YMHAs w hich li.; been
. nulatcd to foi m similar chil-
i ren choruses
Then, as DOW one oi 'lie citj 'S
esl non-professional singing so.
cieties, fie "Y" Jewish Chorus
iiad a repertoire that reflected
Binder's early efforts to introduce
the soul;- of Zion to America. The
chorus' rehearsals and conceits
under Rinder's direction and its
singing at the 'Y's" Friday eve-
ning services attracted large num-
bers of young people thirsting for
Jewish cultural inspiration. When
Binder returned from his first vis-
it to Palestine in 1924, he brought
hack a collection of the new songs
of the Halutzim. These he ar-
ranged for mixed chorus and per.
tormed them at the "Y" and then
published them, thus creating wel-
come new Jewish musical fare for
ther choral groups in "Y" and
Centers that began to adopt the
"'Ins ornclt i> reprmied from "A
VV Hm.ii. Hit Life and Work
..In.-.! by Irene H I pub-
.,! bj the |VVB V
ml Jewish Musk Coum
,. Jewish Mu , h :. dedicated l th<
sance <'t Jewwh music ;>i Amencd
. :, the 70lll />::".i.i\ of Or.
Ahrtiha-n W Bindei
pattern he had fashioned at the
"Y."
The "Y" chorus was in great
demand for performances at all
major Jewish events. It partici-
pated in the New York welcome
to the Hebrew Poet, Bialik. and
at many Zionist functions. Its
memorable concert of all-Jewish
music at Town Hall in 1926 paved
the way for regular programs of
Jewish music at the "Y," some-
thing new for New York in those
days.
Major Influence
One performance of the "Y"
Jewish Chorus had a major in-
fluence not only on Binder's life
but on spreading interest in the
performance of Jewish music to
the wider community.
Sitting tm the platform one eve.
ning in i!i2i watching "The Pag-
eant of the Strong." Staged at
the Hotel Astor !>> the New York
Federation of .1 ew i > h Philan-
thropies, the late Rabbi Stephen
s Wise listened with surprise aid
delight as the "Y" Jewish Chorus
pi i nted a selection "i Hebrew
- mi Before he lei: that night.
Dr. Wise .-hunk the hand ol the
tall, intense-looking young duvet-
or whose baton had i the i horus
and who had written the inti-
the pagi an)
Then lie ribbl 'lame of
Abn ham u Bin ler in his memo
book as one to ren Soon
alter Dr. Wise in' i Bindet to
become choir master .it tin Free
Synagogue .mil '*'" > appoi te I
him to the tacult> of the newly-
established Jewish Institute ol Re.
ligion. In hi.- twin roie he became
one i'i the ablest advocates of
Jewish music in our time and an
influential composer in the ad-
vancement of synagogue music in
America.
School of Music
One of the crowning achieve-
ments of Binder's career is the
"Y" School of Music, now in its
48th year. In effect the first con-
servatory of music under Jewish
auspices this renowned school
guided thousands of young people
through the study of music lor
pleasure and professional careers.
The vision of Rabbi Robison was
expanded by his successors. Jack
Nadel and Carl Urbont, who gave
Dr. Binder a completely free
hand, encouragement and support
to carry out Ihe ideas which en-
abled the "Y" to make a singu-
lar contribution. The "Y" music
school, which now has 600 stu-
dents and a faculty of 50. has had
a vast influence on countless peo-
ple who in the "Y" found and
developed an interest in music
under Binder's leadership. Among
its distinguished alumni are Izler
Solomon, conductor of the Indian-
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Sylvia Kupferstein and Prof
Howard Shane. Future cantors,
rabbis, musicologists, social work-
ers, music teachers, instrument
alists and artists who came under
Binder's influence at the "Y"
music school were not only en-
riched as musicians and lovers of
music but became deeply com
mitted as Jews and mor aware ol
the musical heritage of the Jew-
ish people.
The exciting musical climate
Dr. Binder generated at the "Y"
made it one of the great musical
centers of the city. Aspiring mu-
sicians from all parts of the city
found a ready welcome there un-
der Binder's magic wand as
teacher and leader. The young
artists' competition he created at
the "Y" in 1943 to give young
people ready for their concert
debut a chance to appear in pub
lie attracted students from music
conservatories throughout the
country. The contestant-, many of
whom went on to distinguished
musical careers that were
launched at the "Y." were ju
by such musical greats as Heifitz
Kipnis. Resnick, List. Morini and
Rosenstock.
Symphonic Workshop
In 1917 Binder expanded the
"Y's" orch 'stra into a sj mphon
irkshop where a whole gen
eration ol profi Dloists
has found an opportunitj to trj
their w Ings b el r subjecting
themselves to critical review
Do/en- ol its former me
new occupy chair.- in urea: -yni
phony orchestras The annual
concerto concert oi the "Y" sym-
phony workshop provides a unique
opportunity for young pianists, vi-
olinists and singera to play solo
with a symphony orchestra. It
is not unusual for renowned con-
cert artists to rehearse with the
symphony workshop while study-
ing new repertoires. Among these
are Eugene List, Earths Kitt. Da-
vid Bar-Ilan, Norman Atkins and
Gail Kubik.
Binder has also encouraged the
"Y" symphonic workshop to con-
duct special events. These In-
cluded the first presentation in
concert form of Kurt Weill's
"Street Scene." Marc Blizsteins
"Regina," and the world premiere
of David Brockman's opera. "Bar-
bara Allen." The musical activi-
ties at the "Y." ranging from
formal recitals and concerts to
classes, t h e orchestra and t h e
Jewish chorus, compare favorably
with those offered at Carnegie
Hall and Town Hall because Bin-
der has instilled in his students
the same desire for excellence
that he has himself pursued.
In a city celebrated the world
over for its cultural facilities
and stylesetting, the "Y" became
under Binder's leadership a major
IT WAS A
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Traditional food and service,
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Special rales for groups owe' 40
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have their outlook broaden,^
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The place of the t,imi|v m
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Dr.
4braham Binder
Linueo from Preceding P.9
I L, musical training. The
""o, family teams ini muric,
EL he developed at the Y,
Ktwcted the enthusiastic to-
JL- of music educators through.
fte country. His efforts to
Jflrt family tics, to rcpopular-
KSe music-making and tort-
Eitil meaning to the popdar
glmism thai the family that
C together stays together.
When hundreds <>f Jewish my-
Jm fleeing the Nazi terror in
Cope arrived in New York in
l'ih 1931s. Binder made the "Y s
1 B,, Lniforl. advice and job place-
Bent. He helped bring over scores
[rf musician^, obtained positions
Lrmanv of them in other Centers
M engaged a number of them
bhuovrn faculty,
(her the years, Hinder broad-
.nfdihe scope of fie Jewish mu-
sical fare at the 92nd St. YM-
YWHA fiom folksongs to larger
works, many of which were still
unknown. He directed the "Y"
chorus in the premiere of Jacob
Welnberg'a oratorio. "Isaiah,"
and in the Oral performances ot
many of his own compositions.
AlDOOg these were "Israel He-
born." written for the "Y*s" 75th
anniversary, and "Heart of Amcr
ica," created in celeb-ation of the
American Jewish Tercentenary.
Now Collection
During his second visit to Pale-
stine In 1931. Binder conducted
the Palestine Symphonic Ensem-
ble in the premiere of his over-
ture for full orchestra, "llechalut-
zim." He also assembled a new
collection of Halutz. Yemenite
and Arabic melodies which he
adapted and arranged for mixed
chorus. These songs were not only
performed for the lirst time in
this country by the "Y" Chorus.
(Committee Reports Rising Interest
Religious Practice Among Israelis
I NEW YORK I II A I Crowing
rest among Israeli students
0;Jews living elsewhere in the
a. a de-ire on the part of many
nelu to strengthen the Jewish-
in their lives, and concern
it Itagious freedom f.:r the in-
lwere highlights among the
nations brought back by a '
(legation ot 50 younger lenders of
American Jewish Committee,
> have just returned from a twe-
et Intensive study mission in
Hi and brief visits to Rime
Paris.
IA preliminary report on the trip,
wied for the group by its co-
airmen, Richard Maass and Oer-
Jehutock, described the early
of a three-year attitude
$ sponsored bj the AJC among
tracli youth.
The research is being conduct-
ilby the Institute of Contempor-
rv Jewry of the Hebrew Uni-
"V, in collaboration with tho '
department of psychology.
r.of. Moshe Davis, director of
|*e Institute, was reported tell-
F9 the group that he had found
among Israeli students "far
nrtr concern and interest in
P throughout the world" than
r*Md anticipated.
-'. Shimon Herman, of the He-
re* I'mver-ilv psychology dc-
lnt. added his belief that a '
n"y Of Israeli, Would like
filler, ih, Jewish element
1 their identity
[On e matter of religious free-
P- w delegation Mated: "We
F**g iH-en deeply concerned
uk complex relationship of
rluein|.r;.el We were there-
riWMed to receive assurance
Bn? r h'J"-' officl*. in-
K*" of the National Re-
' they were strong-
ly opposed to any form of coercion,
whether religious or anti-religious,
I and that Israel would steadfastly
, adhere to the principle that there
! must be no interference with the
: religious life of any individual.*'
but were added to the .crowing
repertoire of Hebrew and Yiddish
choral music known to American
Jewry. At the "Y" Binder,
through his expertly edited song
books, choral arrangements, pi-
ano and orchestral scores and
Israeli melodies established a
hallmark of high standards that
have been emulated by music
teachers in Jewish communities
throughout the world.
In the 1930s and 1940s. Binder
lectured on all phases of Jewish
music throughout the country,
bringing the message of Jewish
culture to scores of communities
and inspiring Jewish Community
Centers to establish music depart-
ments along the lines of the 92nd
St. Y.M-YWHA. Over the years his
ideas took root in the Center field.
Today Centers have music depart.
ments, choruses, orchestras and
record libraries, and regularly
sponsor recitals by young artists
and musical luminaries, chamber
ensembles, concerts of Hebrew
and Yiddish folksongs and local
Jewish music councils, thanks to
the example of music enjoyment,
performance and creativity of
which Binder's work at the 92nd
St. "Y" was the forerunner. His
own works arc constantly per-
formed by Center musical groups.
Liturgical Society
From his headquarters at the
"Y," Binder organized in 1939 the
Jewish Music Forum, a musico-
logical society which performed
new Jewish music at monthly
meetings and led to the creation
of similar forums in other cities.
This society's successor, the Jew-
ish Liturgical Society of America,
was also founded by Binder at the
"Y" to preserve and stimulate the
development of the Jewish litur-
gical heritage.
When the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board launched the National
Jewish Music Council in the 1940s
to intensify Jewish musical ac-
tivity in its affiliated Centers and
"Ys." Binder became one of the
Councils most creative leaders
and enthusiastic supporters. In
the past twenty years, the Jewish
Music Council has had a decided
impact on raising the level of
Jewish musical performance and
creativity in the communities
and on encouraging the formation
of community-wide Jewish music
councils.
The work of Dr. Binder has
become worldwide in its influ-
ence. His own contributions to
Jewish music as composer, con-
ductor, teacher, lecturer, inter-
preter and organizer have brought
renown not only to him but to the
YMHA where he began his work
and where he first introduced so
much fine Jewish music to Ameri-
can Jewry.
The Jewish Community Center
field, which is so deeply indebted
to Dr. Binder for having wedded
Jewish music to its cultural pro-
mam. honored him in 1960 for
his enduring achievement. In that
year, he received the Frank L.
Weil Award of JWB for his unique
achievements in furthering Amer-
ican Jewish culture through mu-
sic, a life work that had its be-
ginnings nearly half a century
ago in the oldest existing Jewish
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this week he is mindful of Ameri-
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to perfect nuclear desalination ai I
a-ked Congress Cora substantial In-
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grams to find economical means to
desalt water.
In a letter to Congress request
ing new spending authority, the
President said "we must spare no
effort" in learning how to turn
salt water into pure water. One
aspect of the research he initiated
is the program now un ler way In
Israel to build a nuclear desalting
facility.
To stimulate further international
cooperation, he said, he will call
together a symposium of interest-
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FridQY- April 15 J
British Jews Eye Anti-Red Proposals
LONDON (JTA' Specific
proposals for action against Soviet
oppressions of Jewry in the USSR,
and plans for improving that situa-
tion, were adopted here this week
at a special meeting of British
Jewry, representing virtually all
shades of Anglo-Jewish opinion.
Summoned by Sclomon Teff.
president of the Board of Jewish
Deputies, "to consider the serious
situation of Soviet Jewry," the ses-
sion was attended by two repre-
sentatives cf each of the following
organizations: The Board of De
i hi ties, the Anglo-Jewish .Associa-
tion, Agudat Israel. Association of
Jewish Ex-Service Men and Worn
en, B'naf B'rith. the League of
Jewish Women, Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi, the British section of
the World Jewish Congress, World
Sepliardi Federation, Wot Id Union
for Progressive Judaism, and
Zionist Federation of Great Britain.
Meanwhile, two New York
State legislators from the Pert
Chester district introduced in the
State Legislature this week a
joint resolution, denouncing Sov-
iet Mas against Russian Jews.
The measure was presented in
filfullment of pledges made at a
1 mass rally last Sunday, attended
fty 1,M0 persons, including
spokesmen for the Jewish, Catho-
lic and Protestant faiths.
State Sen. Max Brrking, a Demo-
crat, and Assemblyman Anthony
Gioffrc, a Republican, said their
resolution also calls on President
Johnson and the Congress to take
actions against such Soviet prac-
tices as closing of synagogues,
Jewish schooVs and cemeteries in
the Soviet Union.
At the rally. Rep. Ogden Reid, a
Republican, also denounced perse-
cution of Russian Jews as "a shock-
ing violation of the United Nations
charter" and aid he would intro-
duce in the House of Representa-
tives a "sense of Congress" resolu.
tion calling on the Soviet Govern
ment to permit the free exercise
!of religion and the pursuit of cul-
ture by Jews and all others within
Us borders."
A Soviet Embassy spokesman
meanwhile confirmed in Mel-
bourne, Australia, this week that
a book describing Soviet pres-
sures on Russian Jewry, which
had been sent to the Embassy
for transmittal to Soviet authori-
ties had arrived and would be
sent "in due course" to the ap-
propriate Soviet officials.
The book, written by I.
(chairman of the public r-lai
department of the Au-
Jewish Board oi Deputies, U
"Soviet Jewry and Human j
It has a letter, as part of"uJ
troduction, written by Re<
timer, prominent Au>tralia.-
muni.st, who was -non- t|...
ern Communist critiei m
propaganda attacks on the
religion.
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Students March on Mission

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ndance at the Coral Chapter of the American Medical
'^"luncheon held at the Hurricane Harbor Restaurant are
I riah'' Mrs. Davfd"Uerid&lI. president of the Dade Coun-
Council of Auxiliaries; Mrs. Paul Ettinger, co-chairman of
L Hillkwitz Project; Mrs. Georqe Edelson. director of the
tonal Council of Auxiliaries in Denver. Colo., and also the
-r of honor at the luncheon; Mrs. Jules Weston, president
its Coral Chapter; and Mrs. Murray Harrison, chairman
Gtle Hillkowitz Project, as well as the sponsor and hostess of
teiuncheon. Coral Chapter recently endowed the Hillkowitz
tenistry Laboratory to the American Medical Center in Den-
ied memory of Dr. Philip Hillkowitz. Coral Chapter sup-
Ifeihe equipment and staff for the maintenance of the lab-
pkn through donations and funds.
:kernick Takes
ew Term On
lla. Bar Board
try Zukernick iras reelected to
m-rear term on the Hoard ol
| il the Florida liar.
re-elected were William 0.
[ I William P, Simmons.
flie three represenl 2,800 law-
i ji Dade Count)
-rmck has served on the
rinee 1959 and is a past pres-
bt of the Miami Beach Bar As-
pan, which recently honored
i ntt its First Award ol Merit
shed sen ice to the
profession."
nick has been appointed
tTil chairman of the Florida
Convention to be held at the
Mebleau Hotel on Juno 17 to
HAJ?T ZUKERNICK
NEW YORK (JTA. Nearly
2,000 Bingiag, banner-waving col-
lege and high school students took
part in a "Jericho March" here, as
part of an effort to briny down "the
walls of hate and prejudice" which
separate the Jewish people in Rus-
sia from their brethren the world
over
The students, members and asso-
ciates Of Student Struggle tor So\ i-
et Jewry, marched in a two-block
area around the Soviet Mission to
the United Nations, then paraded
to the Day Hammarskjold Plaza at
the UN. A detail of 200 policemen
guarded ilie peaceful but colorful
parade.
Two appeals war* made by the
I group. The first, to be delivered
in Washington through New York
Congressman Leonard Farbstein,
was an appeal to President John-
sen to give the situation of Rus-
sian Jewry a prominent place in
any dealings between the U.S.A.
and the USSR The other appeal
was handed over to Stanley Low-
ell, chairman of the New York
Human Rights Commission.
Telegrams sympathizing with the
marchers' efforts were received
from Abraham Kibicoff. Con-
necticut Demociat; Hugh Scott.
Pennsylvania Republican; Robert
K Kennedy. New York Democrat;
and Jacob K. Javits. New York Re-
publican. Senator Scott stated in
his telegram; "If it saves one life,
the United States should officially
condemn Soviet persecution of per-
il nf the Jewish faith.
Signs carried by the marchers
lead: "Why No Ifatzoh?" "I Am
My Brother's Keeper." "Let My
People Go," and "Why No Jewish
Theatre?" The marchers periodic-
ally blew rain's horns and carried
with them seven Tor ah scrolls
loaned by several New York syn-
agogues.
Klan Chief Seeks
Probe of ADL
TUSCALOOSA (WNS) Ang-
ered by the tongue lashing deliver-
ed by President Johnson against
the Ku Klux Klan and the impend
ing Congressional investigation of
its activities, imperial Klan wizard
Robert Shelton said he would de-
mand an investigation by the Un-
American Activities Committee of
the National Conference of (bus
tians and Jews and the B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League
Shelton who called the President
of the U.S. 'a damned liar."
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As part of the expanding youth
activities program of Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman
conducted another in a series of
study sessions for young people
of the congregation on last Wed-
nesday in his study.
Next session will be held on
Saturday. Apr. 24. 4 p.m.. in Dr.
Li -firman's home, 2925 Flamingo
JDr. All high school youth in the
[Temple have been invited.
Youth activities program is un
der the direction of the Youth
Commission of the Temple, with
Mrs Murray Maisel. chairman.
Serving with her are Dr. Sherman
; R. Kaplan. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Dr.
Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Robert R.
Frank. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz.
I Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Mr. O. J.
1 Ros.Mistrauch. Mrs. Alexander Ko-
I gan. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Rosen-
house, and Mr and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin
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Friday. April 16,
The Growth of Art in Israel
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siael is in the constant process of expandinq its overseas
-narkets. Governmen*. officials are now contemplatinq an an-
lual increase of 20 to 25 percent. Among longtime favorites
on the American market are Israeli giftware items shown
above.
Israel export market to
he United States features
ashion items, particularly
knitwear as modeled above.
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Passover Cooking
Demonstration
At Beth Moshe
Beth Moshe Sisterhood will pre-
sent an authentic Passover cook
ing demonstration by Mrs Henry
Naftali issistcd by Mr-. Harold
Khiskj and Mrs Carl Wool, Mon-
day evening a t the Sisterhood
meeting. Tested recipe- will be
distributed.
Mis Fied Blank, assisted by
Mrs. I.con Weissman, will demon-
strate traditional items and their
ceremonial significance, which will
lie available in the Temple Gift
Shop.
As an added Passover treat. tra
ditional melodies by the children's
chorus conducted by Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes will be offered
Boy.-, and -iris in the chorus are
Steven Becker. Barbara Block.
Henry Carmen, Maureen Fo.^s, Jo"
First. David Hinkes Eliott Hinkes.
Michelle Hersch. Nina Naftali, Rub-
in Reiter. Robin Rose. Judith Ro-
senstrauch. Bruce Rubin and Wen-
dy Willis.
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By MURRAY S. GREENFIELD
In a convention at the Gallery in
the Tel Aviv-Sheraton, an Israeli
remarked: 'Only 15 years ago the
main use of canvas in this country
was for tents to house immigrants
just freed irom the DP camps, and
this May the Israel Museum will
open with some of thte finest can-
vases in the world."
The New York Times, recently
reporting the openinu. related cer.
tain reactions of the public to this
event. For many it represents an-
other achievement in the build-
ing of the dream called Israel, and
admiration and goodwill is felt for
her society which strives toward a
vigorous and full life, at one with
the community of nations. Others
feel that Israel is using money for
aggrandizement that is so needed
in areas vital to her well-being. I
believe the idea of the Israel Mu-
seum is in keeping with the needs
of perhaps her greatest problem,
the education of her people.
HER DESIRE is. through educa
tion. to blend her many cultures
into one nation and to lead her
people from Provincialism and the
inherent dangers of stagnation,
distrust of the world, and suppres-
sion of her creative intellects. Is-
rael demands much of herself for
after all it is written "From out of
Zion shall come the Law."'
Of course Zion is Jerusalem,
and this where the Israel Museum
stands. It is built on a hill in the
center of Jerusalem, a beautiful
area reserved tor government,
university and cultural buildings,
known as Hakirya. The eastern
slope of the hill runs into a val-
ley of olive groves in which is lo-
cated the Monastery of the Cross,
a Byzantine Church surrounded
by Crusader Walls.
Nearby i < Israel's Parliament
Building, While aero-.- the Western
slope of the Museum Hill stretches
the campus of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
The Israel Museum consists of
four major divisions. The Samuel
Bronfman Biblical and Archeolcg-
ical Museum consists of fifteen pa-
villions containing exhibits from
all parts of the Holy Land, ar-
ranged in chronological order.
PERHAPS THE most Striking
part of this complex is The Shrine
ol the Boik. de.-igned to house the
seven Dead Sea Scrolls, the letters
of Bar Kochba. and other docu-
ments of the period.
The Billy Rose Art Garden is
spread over five acres of terraces
and walks designed by the famous
Japanese-American artists Isamu
Noguehl, It contains the world-fa-
mous sculpture collection of the
American show
man. ii closed,
villions for the plasters coll
Cf Sir Jacob Epstein and o?
objects requiring shelter irum
elements.
The Bei.lel National *
of Art w.ll have thirteen WJ
lions to house its outstanding J
lection, of Jewish ceremonials
jects and Persian art, in additiM
to its collections of p,intiJ
sculpture and graphics.
The opening exhibit will l0nJ
o! Rembrandts. Marc Chagall aJ
Jacques Lipschitz. each ol U
have for all time, revealed to|
world aspect- dt the Jewish i
it is regretful thai the >wu\
hibition ot Israeli Am t,, opm
Museum it-ell.
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Truman Exhibit
Lent to Pavilion
At World's Fair
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The Bishop Kept the Mezuzot at the Door
By Special Report
The history of Jewish-Christian
relations, so checkered lor so manj
centuries, has entered a new and
far happier phase in recent years,
Mites Prof. Jacob R. Marcus, di-
rector of the American Jewish
Archives on the Cincinnati campus
dI the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
As evidence of the changing
character of relations between
Christians and Jews here in tin
United States. Dr. Marcus cites the
fact that a Roman Catholic Rishop,
in purchasing the home of a Jew-
ish community leader, insisted that
the traditional mezuzot, symbolic ol
toe Jewish faith, be left undis-
turbed on the doorposts of the
building.
Few features of Jewish tradi-
tion can be better established or
more widespread than the prac-
rmer President
is lending the
i i. Pavilion al the
-iniic Torata and
' which sicnaled
lion of Israel
rs a:' bc aim .\ state.
ft tes, under Mr
-t ration, drama-
,-,.. Israel's state-
instant that
i e.vstei cach-
\ search was
Israel Pa
irmal document
c k'as none.
- had photo
tign
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ed at
With a
to the then Pres
' President
.....nn will
14 mark
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It Ol
1948, and it
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' loan
ill. chairman
isorj Board,
president
him in In-
peek Culture
Series at T
.torts Next Week
ir lecture dis-
ontribution ol
ern Civili
anncd by the
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i the success
rompli ted i n
'i Greece "
- A-ill feature the
f n eussion lead
II. I..
ol Humanities
: Mum, Dr.
: in Greek Civili-
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^ jMrtts will be conducted
lWL C3"*cutive Tuesday,,
H?/!? *' 20, 8:IS p.m.. at
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Fein, chairman of
" rum, announced
series has been
i response i I
'<-< aroused from
' n the Golden Age
ivUl be conducted
hah! hours, and
v discuttten and
re "Mythology
Indent Greece."
Culture/' "Hellen-
nd Architecture.
-lie World."
tice of affixing capsular tubes
called meiuiot to the right-hand
doorposts of Jewish residences.
The mezuzah contains parch-
ments en which Hebrew verses
from the Biblical Book of Deuter-
onomy are inscribed.
i'us.- verses among them, the
Jewish Credo: "Hear, 0 Israel! the
Lord is Our God. the Lord is One"
(Deut.6:4), and the commandment
"t- love the Lord your God, and to
-'<( Rim with .-ill your heart and
with all your soul" (Deut. 11:13)
are fundamental to the Jewish re-
ligion. The ancient practice ol en
Capsulatlng them in mezuzot harks
back to the biblical injunction:
"Thou shall write them upon the
doorposts oj thy house and upon
thy gates" When H. Albert Young, who
served a> Attorney General of Dcl-
. are from 1<5I) to 1954. took up
residence in a lovely home on Au-
gustine Road in Wilmington, he af-
fixed mezuzot to the doorposts of
the house.
Some years later. Young, whose
many and notable services to Wil-
mington have included his presi-
dency both of the B'nal B'rlth and
ol Temple Beth Sholom, sold his
Augustine Road home to the Most
Reverend Michael William Hyle,
Bishop of the Roman Catholic l)i
Ocese 0( Wilmington.
Bishop Hyle, on moving into the
house, might have been expected to
remove all symbols of non-Catholic
piety especially the mezuzot
which Mr. Young had installed. But
the Bishop chose to do otherwise.
Recognizing the spiritual aspira-
tion which had prompted Mr.
Young to altix the mezuzot in the
first place, and aware of their bib-
lical provenance. Bi.-hop Hyle eleet-
'ed to leave Mr. Ycung's mezuzot
undisturbed. They remain on Uio
doorposts of the Episcopal resi-
dence as testimonies, not only to
he biblical background which Jew*
and Catholics share in common,.
but also to the gracious tellow
feeling which fu. grown up lM
tween leading figures in Wilming
ton's Jewish and Catholic commu-
nities
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Ed Sullivan Is
Honorary Chairman
Of Bell Testimonial
Kd Sullivan was honorary chair-
.n of this year's biggest bene-
lii banquet on Tuesday sponsored
bj Variety Children's Hospital.
The Television star accepted the
top spot when he learned Miami
w mid be honoring a fellow news-
i an, Jack Bell, for his work in
In hall of the hospital.
Some 500 persons gathered at the
DeauvUle Hotel on Tuesday. 7 p.m..
where they saw and heard noted
author Jim Bishop presides as mas.
ter of ceremonies, and enjoyed a
l> pica! Ernie Seiler spectacular
si iw.
\mong those in sports, industry.
and finance who served as co-
el airmen of the dinner were Sid-
i ley Ansin. Jerry Blank. Mrs.
Aaron Courshon. James Donn Sr..
Mr* Murray Friedman. L. B. May-
tajj Jr. William L. McKnight,
Robert M. Morgan. Gene Mori
Jr., Robert Pentland Jr., Frank
Rooney, McGregor Smith and
Leonard Wein.
The Dinner Committee includ-
ed Sidney Arcnovitz. Bill Baggs.
Charles F Baldwin. Mrs. Sailing
Bi inch. George Beehe. Dr. Sanel
Leer. Richard I Berenson. Art
Brans, Sen. Harry P. Cain. E. L.
Cotton. James M. Cox Jr.. Radford
R. Crane. Alfred Daniels. Oscar
Dooly, George S. Engle. Wayne
1 riss. Jose Ferre Sr.. Ben Gaines.
J: mes G. Garner, James Gerity
.1 Mr and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene.
,\i s Jennie Grossinger.
Robert Hector. Jack Kofoel. Ed
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Levenaon, William B. MacDonald
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J. ke Sher, Saul Silberman, George
B Storer Sr.. William Syms Jr..
p. ul Walker and Sam Winer.
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Diamond Kosher Salt
This Passover you can build your
reputation as a line cook, and you
can do it quickly, easily and in-
expensively.
All you have to do is purchase
i a box of Diamond Crystal Kosher
iSalt and keep it handy in your
kitchen. Then, whenever you have a
recipe that calls for seasoning with
salt, reach for the Diamond Crystal
j Kosher Salt. It will lend a special
flavor to all your foods whether
tluy are fried, boiled, broiled o:
oasted. because it's extra pure
for extra zest.
Another place that Diamond
Crystal Kosher Salt sparkles is in
your salads. Ordinary salt tends to
wilt salad greens, but Diamond
Crystal Kosher Salt will keep your
salad greens crisp and delicious
down to the last spoonful.
Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is
the leading salt for koshering meat
; and poultry. Look for the directions
on the side of the box.
Mother's Gefilte Fish
While we sincerely doubt that any
biology text includes reference to
.Mother's food products, this coin
pany. neverthelcsv is responsible
for the metamorphosis in gefilte
fish.
Until 1947, the only gefilte fish
available was the result of con-
iderable time and effort on the
part of the housewife. Every Pass-
over season, the traditional gefil-
te fish recipe, handed from mother
to daughter for generations, was
unlocked, dusted off and laborious
ly converted into a dish fit for i
Passover table.
About this time. Mother's, work-
ing in conjunction with the Good
Catholic Paper Finds Little Bias
Housekeeping Institute for more
than a year, produced the first ge-
filte fish ever to be vacuum-packed
in glass jars and sold through food
stores. And it was accepted and
certified Kosher for Passover by
?he Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
The tremendous year-round ac-
ceptance of Mather's Gefilte Fish,
leasons Berne Goodwin, vice pres-
ident of Mother's, stemmed from
the decision to market it in glass
jars. This enabled housewives to
see for themselves that it-was real-
ly prepared just the way tradition
dictated and just like they made
it at home.
Currently, stocking up on gefilte i
fish at the food store is common-
place, and only a small percentage
of gefilte fish-lovers bother to pre-
pare it at home.
This Passover, housewives will
discover the next evolutionary step.
1 Side by side with the popular glass
jars will be Mother's Gefilte Fish in
cans. While the two are equally
high in quality, and both bear the
certification of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations of
of America, there is a variation in
the taste and flavor between the
two. At present. Mother's finds
that gefilte fish in jars is still the
favorite.
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duction. Mother's canned Gefilte
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in sales. It will be interesting to
see if the canned gefilte fish will
reach the height of popularity en-
joyed by Mother's jarred Gefilte
Fish. In the meantime. Mother's
is happily catering to the tastes of
people who prefer either one.
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< n Roman Catholic Diocese, has
ft und only a "minimal'' residue of
ai ti Jewish prejudice, the paper re.
ported.
Based on 719 replies to question-
i i ires sent to 3,000 of the Star Her-
ald's subscribers, the survey
showed that nearly 90 percent of
the respondents would vote for a
Jew as President of the United
States if he were nominated by
the political party to which they
u>ually adhere, and about the same
[ rcentage approved of the Ecu-
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free of anti-Jewish bias, some
other strong feelings were shown
by the feet that five persons not
only refused to answer but mailed
back their questionnaires "torn
to shreds," the newspaper report-
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Another finding showed that pub-
lic school graduates revealed more
i'nti Jewish feeling than graduates
of Catholic parochial schools.
With regard to specific questions
in the survey. 677 of the respond-
ents said they do not avoid the
company of Jews. 26 said they do.
and 16 did not reply to the question.
In reply to another question, 561
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Although he insists he is not anti-
Semitic, Borodajkewiez, who is an
admitted former member of the
Nazi Party, insists on identifying
Jews as such when they figure in
Austro-German history. Accused of
being a neo-Nazi, Jewish groups
and resistance organizations have
demanded ihis dismissal. Kumel,
\ who has acknowledged striking
iKirschweger during the dashes
i last week, had once been discovered
i with swastikas adorning his Christ -
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Utility in Battle Of Bigotry
A special "tarn" is given to the children's seder at the San
Francisco Jewish Community Center, where all of the seder
plates, candlesticks and other items on the table were made
in the ceramics arts and crafs class.. Jewish festival observ-
ances such as this, in which the children, and adults, partici-
pate fully in our cultural heritage, are a basic part of the pro-
qrams of the YM-YWHAs and Jewish Community Centers
ajhliated with and served by the National Jewish Welfare
Board
Continued from Pag* 1-C
company's General Counsel, sever
al Jews have been hired during
the past year. Also, there has been
upgrading of Jewish personnel.
"One young man they hired was
teaching Hebrew School in Allen-
town," Dr. Friedman said. 'Be-
cause they knew that their training
program would conflict with his
teaching hours, they arranged for
him to take his training at a time
that was convenient to him.
"We hope that, .what Pennsyl-
\ania Power and Light is doing will
encourage other companies to do
the same, and encourage Jews to
go after so-called untraditional
jobs Companies will find they have
;> reservoir of creative talent that
lias hardly been tapped, and may
go a long way toward solving the
dirrent shortage of management
personnel in major corporations."
In its annual Report for 1961.
Pennsylvania Power and Light has
this to say on the subject:
"We are alto working to im-
prove our recruitment posture by
thoroughgoing dedication to non-
discriminatory hiring and promo-
tion practices. We have had nu-
merous discussions with repre-
sentatives of minority groups and
, these have been helpful and in-
i structive. As a result we ar* ac-
quiring, in this area, a broader
understanding of what we need to
do and how to do it."
During this same year's period.
20 others of the nation's major
utilities, headquartered in many
i parts of the country, have met with
, American Jewish Committee lead-
ers on changing personnel prac-
tices and policies. A recent Commit-
tee report said that these compan-
ies are making "significant prog-
ress, with hopes of even great i
advances." in ending iliscrimii i-
tory barriers on management li v-
els.
New Synagogue
Opens in Spain
By Special Report
A new synagogue, the third in
Spain, has just been inaugurate*).
II is situated at Paseo de Rosa
lea 9. southern capital of the Costa
del Sol.
Both Madrid and Barce+ona al-
ready have synagogues, where the
two largest Jewish communities
in Spain hold religious servicev
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OUR SHHfjW UAOtK
Rabbi Joseph Narot
Of Temple Israel
PASsovfR Dftfcroirr or services ... fg. 2-A
The honorary degree of Doctor of year as spiritual leader of Temple
Divinitv will "be conferred upon Israel, Dr. Narot has been active
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. of Temple in many significant programs in
Israel of Greater Miami, by the He- the community. He is a member of
brew Union College, its president, the Dade MeU\> Community Rcla-
Dr NeLson Glueck. has announced. tion> Board and ot the Economic
Dr. (Glueck said that the awarding Program Board. He is immediate
vttll take place on May 29. past president of the Dade County
S -VMS' SW3 ==Se58Sm
studies in rabbinic theology and a "S^J^jSS^^^f^L aWMh
the* on the Rabbinic Concept of Jewry S ."."
rrayer,; He was ordaine Cinnati in lMft. vjcc ill(int 0l the Miami
On May 16. Temple Israel wil. chapter 0f t h e American Jewish
lonor Rabbi Nar.>t on Us twenty CommittcP
f.fth year in the ministry. The tele- under Rabbi Narot "s leadership,
bration will take place at a Cong- TpmpUl Israci has grown from 400
gregational dinner at the Dunont to j m family mcmbers. During
Plaza Hotel. the jast SCVeral years, the entire
Dr. Narot was graduated from womcn have observed the High
Western Reserve University in 1936 Ho[v Days at services in the Mi-
with Phi Beta Kappa honors. Or- Tempie family of 3.500 men and
Gained four years later, he went to ;ami Beach Convention Hall.
Atlantic City, where he served as Dr Karot has become nationally
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Is- known as a pr, Mner and writer for
rael until 1950. In August of that ,hc caUse ^ liberal Judaism. Sev-
year, he came to Miami to occupy eral vears ago he was invited to
liis present position in Temple to-1 a^vt M visiting Lecturer In Homi-
rael. ktics at the Hebrew Union Col-
in Atlantic City, Rabbi Narot ieaC. He is presently a member of
served as chairman of the United jthe Committee on Liturgy of the
Jewish Appeal campaigns for three j Central Conference of American
successive years He was founder i Rabbis and a past member of the
end president of the Atlantic City I National Board of the Conference.
Forum. The Military Order of His sermons and bulletin letters
World Wars in New Jersey award-, are constantly being requested by
ed him the "Outstanding Citizen of i rabbis and laymen,
the Community honor in 1943.; Amonp tn#So writings, he has
While in Atlantic City, he was ap-:wjjlc<| ..An introduction to a
pointed a contributing editor of the ; Faitlo ..A preface to Wcll-Being. '
National Reconstruction^. land ..A Primer for Temple Lit"."
Now completing his fifteenth i-rhe rahbi has been a lecturer for
U.S. Clergymen
Urged to Fight
Anti-Semitism
CHICAGO (JTA) The di-
rt CtOT of a survey which found that
a majority of Christian respond-
ents held Jews "most responsible"
f:'r the crucifixion of Jesus urged
Catholic and Protestant clergy-
men this week to take a more ac-
tive role in the fight against anti-
Semitism.
Dr. Charles Y. Glock, director of
the Survey Research Center of the
University of California, made the
report and offered his proposal at
a meeting of 38 clergymen and ed-
ucators at Loyola University, a
Catholic school. The survey was a
study of the views of 3,100 church-
fcoing Christian-, in the San Fran-
cisco Bay area. Dr. Clock reported
tnat 58 percent identified the Jews
as a group with the greatest respon
ability lor the crucifixion.
He told the participants that the
findings suggested that "Christian
leadership. Protestant and Catho-
lic, must more actively undertake
the mission of rectifying the cen-
turies-old injustice of anti-Semi-
tism" stemming from the deicide
charge against the Jewish people.
Re said that this "notion" was
".'till distressingly alive and a crit-
ical factor in perpetuating anti-
Semitic prejudice."
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Rabbi Narot has a son. David,
who is graduating from Yale Uni-
versity in June and a daughter,
Ruth, who will graduate from Mi-
ami Edison Senior High the same
month. He lives with his wife, the
former Hclene Rubin Berg, and her
children, Susan. Peter, and Betsy,
in Coral Gables.
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Relish Community
Must Take Battle Role
UMI SAMUEL APRIL
T.mplt Or Olom
Jewish community b.
.it.cc.Hni** -l.rmovr th
ludici ''h,?
Generally
tpeak us. y e
Hfith notable ex-
ceptions, definite-
ii Aside from
the r;il>binate and
.,.,1:1,11 defense
a g n c i e s, the
coicc i>l our Jew-
,i, community
: is been strange-
|j silent, Some of
,ur distingittohed
. i leaders
' .,. lorthrightly
la lead the
.ml their
,-ii coun
ttle Thej
I si) ll'""'
rlfied
been

lute

i
i !.
, ii iwev-
',.. in turn
r ii eoi torn
temple Winners
bceive Prizes
g: shi-ru-! -. li r, last
\ Israel
: i.'. pi ize in
| ied for
contest. At
edit to
ft Ai :. education
Ktor : I h school, for t h e
i <
| participated in the
r: the Bureau
|Jewi'h Education ror religious
in the N. rth Dade area
fTnoici. students were honored
services on Saturday, with
scial iwards from Young Israel
distributed
- awards were, for Bi-
irship Paul Bregman,
I ier. Marc Horn, Joseph
Mft. ond Barn Stark.
pr athletics Robert Abrams,
| It, Philip Jolfey, Steve
I and Larry Weiner
'ilner Gets
touting Award
Wrilner a* presented with
8 Ut Avar.I
ted bj li.iii-
'.-' La .. Saturday
He
m the morning
ing the growing danger on th
| right. There are the liberals th
genuinely sincere and the "Past
I Jos." who typically manili-M
jreal disparity between theory an
practice. When they may be a
.cited adversely because of thei
.chefs, they drop their ethics lik.
iot potatoes and run the ynmu
if ratioralizations. Then, there an
he truly conservative: those wh
spouse rightist views approaching |
he reactionary fringe and, lastly, ..
naJoiity. I fear, of Jews who an |
afraid of what the Goylm *vll '
say."
Too many Jews are still victim-
>f spiritual bondage as analyzed
iv the great assayiM and philoso
nher. Ahad Ha'am Jews, when ii
trouble cry out. Help' Save us'
n you >' ill. y in blood may flo i
also." First, is our blood less rea
ih.in theirs why this maudlin
peal lo sell sh motive- instead ol
universal principals? Second, who
ki ws w hat the fate oi the six-mil
Ol Nazism mighl h l\
nil i ted every i
inj stice in :he na mc ol hun
i/? Wh) lenocide as the
olution I
!i nations to
rike tut
Warn '
1 for yo ...
to make others list
. i.l ll \< c
:i ; mo ..i.i
aid "I human opin
\\ ly cringe bi I heir re id n
Yet ever) day, ue hear .lews who
hink it terrible thai s me rabbis
wire pi i In i.- on the road
:, Montgomery, and that Selma was
idled with yarmulka wearers Ask
these people whether they believi
n equal i"\;l rights "01 course."
they maintain unequivocally, "bul
let's not -;it involved as Jews."
Bul the tact is that if we are
Jews, we are involved. Let's be
proud t'- voice oul sentiments, de-
l-Ian our opinions, proclaim the
light of the Torah to mankind.
SI rving proudly U eternal witness
and moral conscience
Third Anniversary Marked
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association last week cele
brated the third anniversary of
its North Miami Beach branch
ofticcs. Branch Manager and As-
sistant Vice President Samuel J.
Gillott reports "a substantial in-
crease" in the activities of the
Association's Mortgage and Loan
Departments, and a concurrent in-
crease in the number of new sa-
vings accounts established this
year.
Let! !9_riqIikQre Dgyid Hnrris. chqirjngn of the Hollvwood Beth .
Sholom School Board; Mrs. Hana Walsh, principal; Julian
Silverman, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader.
3eth Sholem Students Listed
\\ inners w e r e recently an-
icunced b) the Bureau <>i Jewish
. dui ..lion al .. me
>..\ ii C on gr r g a lion ol the
Bureau's annual i y-Arl Con
i ml Spellin [Bee i art i
. re some 30 religii in scho Is
inner ol tin
evii c itesl was Ava
. Hoi-
u I. third student ai
I en p e lem
.' Spelling Bi c en
pi
i i,
; isa Via ridel ipiro,
Runner up in the Essay Contest
v as Julian Silverman, si n ol Mr
and Mrs. Martin Silverman. 2443
Washington St., Hollywood, who
won a scholai ship to Camp J u
\ i
Morton Malavsky, spirit-
ual leadei ol Ti mple Beth Sholem,
M i- u.in i Walsh, prim ipal and
H rris, i hairman <>! scho I
the
. ntii Beth S
n from
. County
also
ser
Wilner, Fred
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Report Luncheon
Staged by CJA
a campaign review and report
luncheon for leaders of the Trades
and Professions was held on
Wednesday neon at the Dupont
Plata Hotel Terrace Boom, it was
announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. i
196.i Combined Jewish Appeal
chairman
The outstanding success we en-
joyed al our Million Dollar Break
fast, which brought om campaign
: ilmosl to the Si.100,000. mark, was
mi important spur to all of our dedi-
ted wi rkers, Dr Lehrman sta
ed
"Now is the time for us to see
how much farther ahead we are
toward our goal of $1,435,030, and
to make plan* for a successful
finish to our 1965 campaign.
>.. H .ides and lie-:
!. m> :>.'. Ire.iily e\
nd at
ell on thi i11'1'1
iarj to meet
he cut ur agencies
it home and abroad." Dr. Lehr
. stated
Yeshiva Opens
Tennis Season
Yeshiva University has sched-
uled nine tennis matches for the
l%5 Mason, it was announced by
athletic director Bernard i Roc
Sarachek. The tennis team, coach-
ed by Eli Epstein, now in his nth
year with the Blue and White.
volleyed its first ball on Apr. 12.
Creator Miamians participating
as members of the team are Don
aid Zis(|iiit. sophomore, of 1315
Lenox Ave.. and David Shapiro,
sophomore, of 928 Meridian Ave.
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Eshkol Visit Augurs Well for Future
ment had verv friendlv exchanges However, be that as it may
with the Conservative Opposition Britain is not the only source of
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
LONDON (JTA' The visit to
l...ncion by Israel's Prime Minister. ;ind the LiberaIs. was treated as the maUer Much depends on France
Levi Eshkol. had been planned \n.&\ of a friendly Government by anj ^e i;ited States, and there is but remained nonco
w hen Israels international posi- ^v,,^ nD coordination as yet between it in accord with ti
lion, was at its lowest ebb. But it
i. ->k plate when the situation has
been transformed and looked much
bris'iter The \ ;-it can be described
..- an event that has changed little
K r the present but one that will, no
doubt, have its uses in the future.
Mr Eshkol was received with ob-
\ i.xis cordiality by the Govern-
prtws and public.
He did net ask for arms, de-
spite persistent rumors in ad-
vance that he was coming here to
get some. That might have been
the principal idea before the
latest series of West German
moves; but, as it turned out, no
arms deals were mentioned.
Warren Soned
Heard in Series
no coordination as
! Britain and the United States on
'the Middle East let alone be-
' tween Britain and France.
The main issue in all of Mr.
EshkoCs talks here was the Jor-
dan River water dispute. Here,
again, the British do accept the
Johnson Plan as a yardstick,
and are prepared to work for
something along the Johnson
Plan lines as a solution both
within and outside the United
Nations. But, from this point,
there is patently a disagreement.
though a friendly one.
The British GovemmefrM$-rf-he **" LEGAL NOTICF
Both sides agreed regarding the
general situation in the Middle
Hast. Both sides would like to halt
the arms race. But this must re-
main a pious wish, since it could
A series of four talks. "Art In- ^ly ^ done w,th the cooperation
l( mation for the Layman." were f soviet Rus-ia. As a consequence
1 unched Tuesday at Surfside ^ thjj fact, the British accept the
Coaununity Center by Warren So- thought that the balance of arms opinion that Israel should play it
red. He will speak on succeeding between Israel and the Arabs must tool." not react to Arab threats or
Tuesday:, at 8 p.m. be maintained. But. here, the ques even to Arab announcements of
Soned is listed in Who's Who in tj0n 0f definition arises.
American Art." He is a painter.
The British seem to believe firm-
ly that the moral.' ot the Israeli
army and the superior know-how of
the Israelis in general, must be
put on the scales when balance is
Considered. The Israelis, on the
ether hand, are understandably less
Members of the British Gov-
ernment, including the Prime
Minister, listened to this argu-
ment carefully, even anxievtdy,
noncommittal. It
me-honored
British practice to advise Israel
to exercise patience and o ig-
Nasser's threats. This time, such
advice was tendered as between
friends.
In the economic field. Deputy-
Premier George Brown promised to
look into the possibilities for re
dressing the balance of trade be-
tween Israel and Britain, which fa
vors Britain greatly.
As visits go. Mr Es>hkol can be
,well satisfied, and he said he was.
But, as he put it himself, one vis-
it is merely a milestone not the

__________IEOAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUITCOUnVnTT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cTrco^J
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR nV~T <
COUNTY. in chance"^
No. 65C ;4->7 Y-
Til..MAS ORIBI ,., ,.
omriERa. in- '"N|.
Pte!mwr,
VH.
K. C. STKKl.K .,,, I. m
kteele. his .
I '- l-Miilant .
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NOTICE TO appear
I STEKI k ".*". J
STKKl.K. l- u Nh AXl
ami


designer, sculptor, teacher and
lecturer. His murals are at Wal'er
Reed Geiieial Hospital in Washing-
ton. DC. the New York Telephone
Building, and Temple Beth El of
Hollywood.
According to Mrs. Gloria Miller.
assistant director of the Center, inclined to forego tanks and air
the three remaining lectures are craft on account of their higher
entitled "Mexican and French quality in the sphere of manpower
Masters of Today." "Ways by Besides, they argue that their
Which to Judge Art." and "What .sources of manpower are infinite-
Ait to Collect."
ly smaller.
their plan to divert the waters of
the Jordan and its tributaries. Brit-
ish experts say that the Arabs are
unable to execute their water plan.
But Mr E-hkol told the British
time and again, during his week s
visit, that water is the lifeline of
Israel. He said that no country
could permit interference with her
water resources, which have fed the
country for millenia. and that any
move in this direction must cause
an emphatic Israeli reaction. With-
out sa> ing what this reaction might
be, Mr. Eshkol reiterated this point
on television. He added that, though
Israel did not consider the danuer
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAl. CIRCUIT OF
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 33*6
U'.tiiii: i.M km;i:
1 >l:i iitt
vs.
.;'.\HVS I. VKVKI!.
I'. ndant.
TO ULADYS LACKNER
Resident Address I'nknow n
Y..li. ULADYS I.Ai'KNKI: ... here-
tij notified thai a Complain! f"f Di-
vorce has been riled again*! you, and
..... : r.- required to s.rv. ........ ...
i.oir Answer or Pleading to th* Com-
plaint on Hi- plaint ffi Utornejr,
JACK flOl iv ii:'i Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida ami rile the
original Anewer or Pleading in the
,,i. ,.f the '"I. rk of t>'.- rin nil
c.....t ..i or l. r..r-.- Hi.' till da] et
Maj. "'.' li vou ta i to do -. iudg-
rfault will l..- taken against
of armed conflict imminent. Israel ;;;','; ;';;
would consider any attempt to
transfer water from one riparian
state to another as a threat to her
and an act of war. demanding ac-
tion on her part.
He said and this he also told
'the British Government that,
though Israel would not reject me
.liation by say. France or some
other great power it must be re-
membcred that Israel had already
gone to the limits of compromise
when it accepted the Johnston
plan nearly a decade ago
liill of Complaint.
Thi* notice shall K pnWIshed one*
each week foi four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH I LOR1DIAN.
DONE AM- ORDERED :.i Miami
PI irida. this Mth day ( March. A.D
IMS.
K i: LEATHERM \\\ Clerk,
Circuit Court. Darte -.mt>. PkriMn
laeal) c f i-iiiTi, \\i>
I leputy Clerk
i .--' .-:
K2u Joneshoro It
Atlanta, <:.....:
..ii |...in, -
by. through, i,i. I
STEBI.E ii ml Jl s .
and all pintles In I
h ei any rieht. tin,
propert) h. ,-. > ,,.
T*e w.- : -
... ,1, \'
TI.K RIVKR
thereof re;
)!:< 19 -I 111, ,
Lad. .-..uill.. I"
TO!' VND EAIM K v, ,
b) notified il,o
form i...... ,
l.i Ml. .1 | 1..
of you on the h
'" '" the :,i.
..n.i .-.,. I, !
quired lu ni.
pleadlne rei . Clerk ..I the nli v.
r,,..ri .mil to aervi
awer oi nth. t-
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STI-.I.V *. Ml 1.1 I i.
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the "rd .l> ..:
:l>. aataacatkana -
. taken .... .
DONE \\|, ,":i"
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thla SOtb ,1.. id Man
R R LEATIIEItM i.\ i
. ir. uli "oui i.. I
(seall B) K V u ) .
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK l> HEItEl s
ihe unil. I Hbtned, :. .
WKSTOVKI! lltMI'ANV II .
pornti !. and \\ BSTi >\ Kli i'i
Incorporated) at \.
Miami Beat h. I li.rl.U. li
later paid naini ivii! i cirrk ,
Clrculi Couri ... i.
l.i.i
PE Mil. MICH MM.
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RICHARD A.- NKI.MV
ai torneyi. i.-r Appl ,
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Miami li, ach, l-1
.

LEGAL NOTICE
Two members of the Johnson Administration boarded the
Zim Line's luxury cruise liner Shalom at St. Thomas, Virqin
Islands, on a surprise visit last month in recognition of the
increased tourist business the biq Israeli liner is bringinq to
the Caribbean resort. Shown (left to right) are Capt. Avner W.
Freudenberg, master of the Shalom, Secretary of Interior Stew-
art Udall, Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman. Gov. Gen.
Ralph M. Paiewonsky, of the Virgin Islands, and Alfred Z.
Kis. vice president for passenaer traffic of the Zim Lines.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 65C 2273
KI.SIK B iRBHITE Mil. \\>'~
PI ii'iii.
\ .-
I. '.-I: RAM! IN MIl.ANKS.
11. :. ml.,ni.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .l"SK RAMON Mll.vNKS
l'.ll Shu i-.la An line
A|.l \... A-li
Bronx '.. N. a fork
TOl" ARE HEREBY notified that
:, i \.n.|.i.i.iit for Mvoroe has been
-11-i BRalnal yarn, end n.u are kerekj
. miir.-.l t,> aertre .""!> e >.ur an-
KVrt 1.. ill*- 'oinplaint ..ii the I'laint-
ifr, altoraey. LESTER ROGERS.
Whoee .Mi*h. N W ltth Street
Miami. Florida, and fii- the orbjlnal
... ill- vii-.w, iii tht- aMoe of th.
Clerk ol Hi. ICIeventh Judicial Circuit
in .,.i.l fer l>aJ. ,'..ui,i>. l",..r.di.. en
.. the nil da) of Mas I
hi default "I wlni-h th- '..ii,Maim ,M
u- taken .,- eonfeeeed by yee
DATED tlii-. n.Mli da) oi March.
IMS.
i: B L-EATHERMAN, Clerk.
it. I lade Co inty, Floi Ida
C P <> H'KI.WI'
IH-|>utv I'l^-rk
4 !!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66092-C
IN RE i:-t..i. ol
H ii.i.iam I li, IHLPEI.D
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
To All i'r. and All I raoiu Hav.
:- ,'.i,.~ oi Demands Atralnal Bald
Eatate
Vou hereb) notified and re-
qulred lo preaent an) claims and 'i.--
in. i. you ma. hat. ai ill m
the -i Hi of WILLIAM .1 II. 'Ill,-
I'Kl.li dn'eaaed late ,.t taade County,
Florida, to the County Judftea ,.r Do le
County, ami file 111 aante i" duplicate
and ..> pi "\ Ided In 8e< lion
Florida Btatutea, in their offli
the Count) Courthouse In Dade I
t>. Florida, within six calendar n
from ii,. time if the fi,~i publl
11>. aante a ill i>> hart i d
l'.i-.l ,,i Miami. Flrida. this I'-.th
da) ..i March, A.D IMS
LEONARD O. BUHRT
Ai Administrator, .'uni
Teetamento Anneao
First publication "f thla notice on
Hi. 2nd da,; of April. 1H,.."..
MYERS, lll'.IMA.V KAPLAN
Attorneys f... Administrator, C.T.A
1150 B.W. i^i Street
Miami, Florida IS1S0
t :-j-i-r.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the uaMtersbrned, desiring t,. enxaa> In
business under the fictitious ham. of
COR \ I. R i: K F CONVALESCENT
H' 'ME : .....'oral Way. Miami In-
tends to resistor ssid name with the
Clark the Circuit Court of Dade
County, l'i..i i.la.
svi.via D POX
4 t-t-M-21
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3495
MTRON HK.KSH
Plaintiff.
v I
MARILYN S HERSH,
I'. r. ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti M IRILTN S I' KRSH
;s Snofru In \> enu.
Newai v l
v.". MARILYN H HERSH ai I
b) notified thai ., Bill of Comphalni
for Divorce has he en filed attalnsi
>..ii. and you i .1 sert -
cop) of > our Ansu.-i ni Plead!na lo
ih. Bill ol ,'..,,(.,ai,,i ..ii the Plaint'
IfCs Attorne), I'M I. KWITNEY.
!:> 12a Lincoln Rossi Mian Beach,
riot liia i.i.'l file tl.*- orkfinal a,iteei
or Pk-ading In thi offlci of the rierk
Of III. 'i: .-nil Court I', I" '"' 'I"
Mil da) of Mar, is*-, n you fail to do i
s... ludgmeal b| dofaull ill be lakes. I
i,t:,ln-l ..Ml for Hi. reflef ,lemalld!
it. ih. i Complaint.
This notlc. -hall be published o
..... I, osseli for four roaeecutlvi sre.
in THK U.Wlsll PLORIU1AN
DONE AND nRT>KRED it M
Florida, this Hist ila> of Mauh. A l>
E I. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
C ni: Conn fade County, Florida
i-.al) BB I. RNRKDfCN
hoput) Clerk
I'AI I. KWITNEY
n. ..in Pal Mian Bea. h Fla.
,'i: l-S
Attorn. > for Plaintiff
4 ;-!< !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TICK is HEREBY ,;i\ KN thai
l- uadersurned, deslrlnc t. ::^.,u. in
.....'
DADELAND V I I.l. A O B APART-
MENTS' .ii Dade Count) Intends t"
lid nam< with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ul Dade County,
Florida.
EVAN OL8TER
t ;-h-i-;s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN lhat
th. indersurned, desiring to easjajga In
business i.i.l.i the fk-Utioua nam.- of
DADE i:i.i:.'i'K. ,\l.s at K.is N.w.
Mth Sire, t, Miami intends to register
s;,i.i name with the <"ierk ot the Clr-
oull Court of Dade County, Florida.
hi .- L1P8IT2
Bole > iv. i,.-I
M \l:x FABER
Attorne) for Applicant
KM 2 Alnsle) Bids.
___________________________8/(i. 4'2->-lf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTM'E IK HKKKI1V UIVBN that
tlie lualeralgned, deslrliigi to engfiye in
business 'in.lei th. failiinns name ol
nisi -I i-| kkn al nog M.W. IMrd
Drive, In the Clt) ol Miami. Florida,
Intends to regleter wild name with the
Cle.k of ti.,. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
U INDON DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY, a Fla Corporatloa
B) : Peer) London. Pi i.-,.!.IBM
Cal.liii i: thenberg a Lelchnk
Att..,,..-> s for Appli.-ani
' Bis. iyne B illdlng
Miami. H..r.d ISUO
? :, 4 ;'-!-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEKK
ih.- under star i ted,
business and. r the I
Si.l.s i"ll' .\. .- i
SIP IP ..I -I- \ V H
| Reach, Florida i *
num. a-lth thi
I Court ,.f I '.oi. '
s. il. C vi;i'. i\
, i. Idman, fjMst i
Atioi ni \> for K
- I W Fl.igh
Miami, Florida

i
IN THE COUNTY JL'DQE'S C01ST|
IN AND FOR DADE COL1."'
FLORIDA IN PBOBATE
No 66406 *
IN RE r-
I.. .1 IS N'EWMAN
Decei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr< illtoi I
in-- 'l.i .ms ..: I '. A- M
Kstat. .
V..U B! he! -
isulred i" pri setil
niands wh< l, v..; ma> hav* *oij|
the estat. i Ul'IS
,. used late ..f l.ul,
lo the COUnt) JU'I-S of I**.'
ty. and rill '
.<:- provldi In s,
- '.,-.. hi ti.. Ir ," "" '
*> ,'..sri rs.us. Il i. ,*us'i
,i.i. '.\ Ithln six
ih. Mine of the I
I ill. hlUi.
i ti ,i al Mi
dn of M..r.-h. VI'
j\j BIS
A- .1
First pel
the hid da>
MISS DIANA
I i ">
S3i I. uii l:
AVENDED
NOTICE BY PlBJC"*,
IN THE C RCU'T C( ."Jl
ELEVENTH JUO'C -L C'lCUITOe.
FLORIDA. IN AND 0.P*
COUNTY. IN
No 6SC -'--' u..u|
PATRICIA SI SI '
Plaintiff,
\i:i;N, ,N ui: .MITtl
I '. lain _
suit for ov onct
TO: V......ii Wrl
.'.."? \ ,_fc
N. K. -! -
Pennayli __.,
Y.... Vernoi
hereb) notlfi. I tl
plain. for !'
and
, .. '
again*! you.
s-l., ., SI p)
tag to th, Bill
Pluintiii Ul
WAi-rmiN itt .


North Mian F
rlginal Answei
... .
Court ..,i.....
If you '
1.. defaull a ^ bJ'
for the relief demand* I "> "
.oi.ipl.iint.
Th.. nol '
each week foi ,' vv
In THE IRW1MI f >/'K
DONE AND
net-Ida, thi- II* *' "!
"b, B. LEAT. I
rjfcroeJt Court
(ami) ft i -
I k
HENRY M UTf,K N
Walukln I-," II"
I7T.. Sans -
North Miami. Fl
ah rne foi PUI


today'Af**1
16. 1965
Paqfc ISC
i
EGAL NOTICE
nunty,
-^TbyVuB UIC A TIO N
N0Ir,RCUlT COURT OF THE
*, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I lllUT.
I I BRAZEN,
I "tli'l'T FOR DIVORCE
|, nil|;KN'-i: llAZBN
|r SSUch-Wh Street
v'.l;,:rs,i-: BRAZEN are
''- ,i-,,i thai .1 Complaint for
*-* ";;';..''> "i"i'"-1 >"
JW l,, ,,,., ,, .1 lo serve a copy
?:>>"IJ' ,,.. lies.....< to ">
u ,,, iialntlfru attorney.
, hi:N. Esq., 2761 Coral
*" I ,,, V. I...... and hi- th. or-
fiSSir.;'* idlng In Ihe offl.-e
1 ,-l.rk I.I lite I'irt-Ult I'"lilt ..II
E2lS*Sn da) April. ISM
'"' ,, ,. ... -. (udgmenl b) rte-
...,, against you tor
'".-.",.; .1."... .i- -i In the Bill ...
"",!!!.,.-.. -ii.'H be published once
msrcuttvc wee ks
rtffjBWIIH FI.0RIDIAX
iSS iKB i: i i: I i-: 1 ? al Mimni.
;:,; ! U5ATHERMAN, Clerk.
fcnlU'ourt, Bade I'mintj. Florida
D >> K. M. "
i'.
UBOLDJ ClrtlEN
I W >
n-'- ,-
Gitomr* for llalnilf
I.V.MAN"
. ik
26, t 2-9-16
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEveNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 65C 3186
KHARD FORBES,
Ilaintiff,
ill..: FORBES,
Defends nl
NOTICE TO DEFEND
I.II.UK FliRBKo
.. i: hi Walk
St* V.'k. N.V.
m.ii: Ki niitKS, a hi i by
I ii-f.ni.iM plead-
i Hi-
i r\ a oopy
i .. fcll'i IK.N'K
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ii. 27lb .lay
i ill fault aill be


J K II \.K.\ rilEltM \N, I'lerk,
I Florida
I i' i i:i. \ni
3 29,
[iN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR D' is a\D FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3185
BaY'KIJ-: KuSKXISLATT,
I HK.NI1I.ATT.
i lam
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
p' I.BON ItoSKNIII. \TI'
ihir Streei
Itrookljn, ,\.w fork
1 IRK HKRKIIV NOTIFIED that
ICumplalni f..| Divorce has l... n filed
? ii and yo i are required lo
P ''" "f '"ii answer on
rumtiir.. mi..ni..>, MORTIMER S.
nuiKN, ;u ,vin*ic> Rulldlng, Miami.
rv.rj ,,.| ni, ,,. 1>rte|..... thereol
itn the l-rk of n. Circuit "..nrt ..n
JOutt tin- .'Til, day of April, IMS,
r"'wl;' "......plain) will be taken
1 you.
m Miami, Florida, Uaroh
BATHKRMAN, Clark,
' i'.....nv. Florida
Bj i" i- COPELAND
!' puij Clerk
:t 26, I 1-8-16
'OT.CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
- n
Ilia I ihe un-
VICTOR LA-
x. K I v/i
..i.
i ..nth .lu-
i ad. i'oun-
ntj Court
V M., on the
.,- soon
bi heard, for

I I i.rem i 1.../.1I,
hall thi
I
1. IS
"' .AZYfAK
|TNHANCD0FUoRTnaJ^GES COURT
FLORin^ DADE COUNTY.
l-ORIDA IN PROBATE
IRg. ,. No 66107-A
fectaniT, \!l I'erwrn. Hav-
pu ''" ""i- A'-.iin-i said
notified and re-
'.......! I,.,v
vmiw
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIKKKI'.V GIVEN llini
ih. undersigned, dealrlrui i" enejage In j
liusni. >s 11111I. r 111,. flCtltlOUfl llalll- i.l I
111(1 DEE SUPERMARKET at i31!i I
Klngnian Road, IJpaure ."Ity. l-"la.. In-I
1'ii.u I,, register said n., .. with ihe'
i'lerk ..f ihe Circuit Court ol Dad*
County, Florida.
MARlU'ERITE \ l: \l.l.ANTIN'O
K0I1 iiwner
I. DAVID 1.11:1:.\l \.\
Mt.nni j f.,r Alilillcant
80a lilnroln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:: M. 1 -'-t'-l LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57869-C
IN RE: Eatate of
JOEL ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS
I... ..,-.,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ijBg Claims "i l.iiin.hi.is Again*) Bald
Estate:
V.....ire hereby notified and re-
quired i. present an) claims and de-
mands which you in.i\ have against I
th. estute of JOEL ALEXANDER
ABRAHAMS deceased late "i Daile
County, Florida, to the Count; Judges
. dupii-ai- ami as provided In Baction
733.16, Florida Statutes, In Ihelr of-
flees in the Count) Courthouse in
I Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar .....nths from thi- time "f the
nisi publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi- 18th
da> of March. A.D, I1MJ5.
MARK >N ABRAH \MS
As Administratrix C.T.A,
I'ii il |i ibllcal ion of this n..ii. on
the 26th da) of March, I!rt3.
Tallanoff, waller A l.itinan
Attorncyn foi Administratrix C.T.A.
.: 26, 1 2--16
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewist> fhridian
ollcitg your legal notJcass.
W* appreciat* rout
patronage and auarant**
accurate aervice at UgaJ
Dial FR Z-iiiOS
for messenger rrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ill. K IS HEREBY iIIVEN that
del -it 111.1 desli Ins to envagi In
bUf ncss 1111.1, r ill- fictitious nani- of
PEPE'S III lli.'li: ai IIW3 n 1 -1
12th Avenue, lllaleah, Florida intend
registei -aid name with the I'lerk
of ih.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
Kh.rkla.
PEPE OF MIAMI. INC.
I:. .1,.-.. Xa\ aii". IMvsldi
lli rnn 1. 1:1 1. \ Pr. wldi nl
NOTICE UNDER I'.i.id. Xuvarro, Si .-
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I VVi H.KMlN \ DIAMOXD
XOTICE IS HEREHY CIIVKN lhat HARRY M RoSEX
the undersigned, deslrlna to enaagi in | Attn ......f Miami, Inc
- undi 1 Ihi 1 lei;-1 1 j~ ha......f 1 I n-li
DADKLAXD III: I ; 11 r s APAR'I !
MEXTS .11 Dade Count? intends 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi "
hush in.I. r ih. fictitious hami ol
DADELAXD VILLAS IT'ARTMKXTH
at Dade Count) Intends In reglstei
said nain. with ihe cinrk of thi Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EVAX i'i.sii:i:
l/2.g.Ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2979
OXETHA ALFORD,
Plaintiff,
X H.
tKCHIE Al.l'i IRD,
1'. .. ndaut.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, ARCHIE M.l 'BI '
>,v... 1. v.m Iiii\.-11. 1'..ni.....11. ni. are
. notififd lhal 1 Bill uf 1'.....-
foi 1 \ 01. ha* 11 Ii A
MRU n .1 mi, and ) ou ., reqi In il to
Bi-r\'i .1 ..!'. of \ ,,:ir A nsw. 1
iillfl -
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIIKI'-V GIVEN tl
the undersigned, d. siring to engage n
business under the fictitious nam,
.u.pi.l.Y BROWN RBSTACRANT
at tlM M.W. 12tli Av.-nu-. Miami.
Intends to register said name wl
the Clark ..f the circuit Court -i
Dade County, Florida.
MARKET DINER CORPORATION
A Florida Corp.
11 tRi .1.1' HHAPIRi
Attorney t"i Applioanl
,U7 Lincoln Rd., Miami Baai i>
1 B-16-J3-
N<
the
liusii
at 8
B. ai
na in
1 'our
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY GIVEN th 1
indaraigned, desiring to engage 1
i.--s under the fictitious name
A A.A. ELECTRl H.Ysis
61 Indian Creek Drive, Mlai
h, I'la int-nds to register sal
with Hi- Clerk ..f the Cln
t ,.f Dade County, Florida,
CLAIRE SIMMS
M.l. ott m-r
4 9-16-2S-
..,1,1 name ith th. 1 1, rk of
ih, 1'.....'..ni Dadi 'oiini (.
I" Ida
BV VN Ol^STBH
1 :.'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tilVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring la engagi n
business under the fictitious lumin
of KENNEDY HOC8B; KENNEDY
I'I.a/.a ai 1866 nth Causewa) in-
t-nds to register said nam-- with tin
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 '..iintv. I- lorids
F1NI.KV P, Mi >SH
1 2-8-1C-2J
1 nf -..in : 11 11 on ill
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY \,-,, ., oakl-i 11 Smith Hal \. W
FOR CHANGE OF NAME \.... mVi....... Miami, Florida,
CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456 ,,,., ,. Igina Answer in Ihe
To Who,,, 11 \ia\ Concern: ..it,. .,- iln Clerk of the circuit
Noii-- Is hereb) given thai Ihi un-|'ourt ....... befuri the Ssth -. :
dersluned petitioners, JOHN loSEPH vprll, ''"'- If i"U fail to do -. ludg-
SCHl'RoWITZ and MRS JOHX .HIS- menl h di 1 wll hi lak-11 agalnsl
BPli SCH1 BoWITZ, whm resldenci you f--r (hi lellel dem.....led In the
address i- 11 S.W, '.''Hi Vvenne. Ml- Bill ol Complaint.
aim. 1-1.1, County, Florida in the City DONE AND ORDERED al Vllami,
of Miami Dade County, Florida. In- Florida, this 19th da) of Man'h, 1863
[end to i.ppl) to th. Honorable K B I.EATHEKMAN,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
ih. undi 1 -inn. d, di sii ing to engagi
hlisln.-ss llli.l.i the fictitious 11.1111,
HINO'S TAKE-OI'T
Il j200 N \\ 62nd SirI. Miami. Flo
Id Intend to register said nai
Ith ih. Clerk .: the Clrca.ll Coui 1 -f
I lade 1 '.-mil v Flol i.l I
MONO KEE WOXO
>. a i|< YINCI W'ONO
1 ,-!
THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 66554-B
RE Eat 1 -
,H ISKI'HI.NK WI'.ISZ.
IHed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN
hi
and Ml Persi
I 1, in.mil.-- Vga
notified and 1 -
1 v claims and il -
111:11 ha i. against

1..
-- I :'-:>-16
* Eapian
eel
' *Wld
3/26, 4/2-8-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3177
THF WILLIAMXIU'RGH BAVTNO8
HANK.
Plaintiff,
CHAItl.KS WINSTON SMITH. JR..
ct iix. -t al.
I i- 11.1.1 ii--
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Charles Winston Smith, Jr.......
N, Darlyne Smith, his wife,
2*77-1 Rialto Street
Madlaon Heights, Michigan
You are hereb) notified lhat th<
above raptloni .1 action hi- 1......
tuted against m.ii in the <"li
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
r;..i .1 In and foi I ladi

lowing described t..,i pro
I .., .-. Bli -I KIRS I' Al 1DITI0N
Tl I I "Alt' IL Il"i
I Ma t t
I Page 1 of thi Pill '
.,1 |>adi ''" rlda,
You
pleading to phi nl Iff m
erk of I
attorm ( MARTIN FIX K I idi 1 -
cral Huildii Mia
no) latei t ban )
Decree Pro I 'onfi -- rill
.ie.iiii-i you
DATED: M n h
1: I. 1.1: \ I 'Hi:!; MAX. 1
1 i cull Court, 1
(eal) B K, M i.vm \.\
Depul) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
- r. -1, ml Bulldli
Miami, Florida
1/21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3'61
MARILYN DEMISE FLEISHMAN
Plaintiff
STEPHEN ALLEN i'i.i:isn \i v \
Defi ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO STEPHEN ALLEN FLEISHMAN
2304u, Lim oln W'a
Aln-s. Iowa
Yon, STEPHEN M.I-I'N" FLEISH-
M \ \. .11 hi 1. b) not if h -I thai
BYRD V. Dl'KE, JR.. Judge of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and foi
. Dade County, at his office In the
f Dade,count) Court House, at 1:80 o'clock
1 am., on the 16th day of May, 1865,
or .,s soon thereafter as ihe) may be
heard, for an order changing their
names from JOHN JOSEPH SCHl'R-
OW1TZ and MRS. .HiHN JOSEPH
SCIICBOWITZ. to .li'HX JOSEPH
SH EH Wood and MRS. JOHN JOS-
EPH SHERWOOD, by which name
ih-y shall thereafter I" known.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of April. A.D. 1863
JOHN JOSEPH SCHI'HOWITZ and
Cli 1 k. 1 "ii\ ait Com t
1 ial. 1 'ounty, Florida
,s-al) B) C, P. 1 il'i:i. XMi
Depul) Clerk
OAKI.EY : SMI ill
1 mi N.w North Rlvi r Di Ive
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
) 26, : 2-8-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3002
MRS JOHN loSHPII Si'lll RoWI'l/. I BERNARD P. SMITH.
Petitioners plaintiff.
THEODORE FISHER \s
Mtorne) ANNE SMITH.
603 Ain.-I. \ Building Defendant.
Miami. Florida SUIT FOR DIVORCE
All Credit
'..,\ Ina limn
Said Bslati
>',,u are hi ri b)
Iqtilred t" prvaenl
mands a'hlch you
Ii, state of
JOSKPHIXE WBI8Z,
.1,. aai .1 late of Had< Count) IT"
,hi, 10 ih- Count) Judges of Di
founty, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7^:t.i
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
ih. Count) Courthouai In Dade Coui
Ity. Florida, within six calendar
montha from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same v. ill
i barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this '. -I
day "t March, A.D. P"'."-
KCP.T WELL1SCH
As Ehtecutor
Pi--1 publication -.i this notice "
i the 8th da\ of April. 1868.
KI III' WE1.I.ISCH
Attorm i for state .>f
|JOSEPHlXE WEISZ.
167 Alm-ria A Vi nue,
Florida
1 lereased
Coral lo.i.I--.
Phone: HI H-IM162
TO: ANNE SMITH
ilreenpolnt, 1 '.....klyn, Xew York
You. WNi: SMITH, are hereby no-
. d -h.it .1 Bill of Complain! f<-i
1 1, har ... -i 1 il- ,1 agalnsl s o-i
' and v o'l .11 a COP)
'......1 Pleadl thi
BUI of 1 'ompl lint on the Pis
ST tXLF:Y 1 OOODMAN
Mia rldl
I Plead-
,.f ih. eh rk
Circuit Court 28th
d


:
This
.
In THE I i:v. ISH FLORID VN
IMiXB vXD OBDEI
March A.D
1 1 i.r \tiii:i:m w ci. rk,
, in 1 ..ii t. 1 'a,'- 1' rids
|ti i\ ] COPELAXD
l>e|Hi
ST tXLEY E. 11 'I'M AN
US' \ \\ 62nd Slrei 1
Fla 1 iX
Attorn.) for Plaintiff
2l 1 2-8-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144. A
IN RF- Esls
: \ \-CES BENJ VMIX
. -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Pi isoIIk I I
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'id .i. -

RAXCES BEX
I .' :- 1'
.
m duplli ate
s. '
;.,
ho '- m 1 'a Ii
. ... I,
' publl at loll
1, .un. n ill he hai
Dated at Miami. Florida
March, A.D
IMIII IP I MILLER
'/.KS \ M MI TIN
\- i:\.. n
Flrsl mi "I ihls notice on in the county JUDGE'S COURT
' March, 1..... |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
PHILIP J MILLER FLORIDA IN PROBATE
tors No. 66447
i. .Ii, Rll Miami Beach, T .1
4'l-16-2::
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO 6=-C-3683
RASA1.IND VBBOTT,
-is- si- t I-'' n: DlVol
VLAX \ P.I 'T.
ndanl
>-.. u tN \nn< I'T r Cresl
, Xi'K Y01 e hi
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11 v 1:1 ii n sii \ tiki i. 927 1 .In
1, Florida d '
x Pli ad I ns
th.
: 1 en '
I 26, 1/2-8-P
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANH c-r nAriP i*OUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61761-B
IN RE: Estate of
\t:l: Ml \\l SILVER,
,-, .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPL.CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE i:-!.'
S x\l I- 1: VNK LIKW,
1'. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
1 tai
x,..,, are hen b) "-'; II d and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
m.ni.l- >x In. Ii x "a max h.ix aua n-t
i>| SAM FRANK LIBW,
ed late id 1 'adi t"Niunt). Flol
id.,, to 1 h, t'ount) 1 tidgi s ol 1' ol.
1 'oiintx and flip t he -a..... In -. x nu fill tl"
In the compl inl
11 \ti-:i Ihls Ii 1 'I ol M
1: B LEATHERM tN Clerk,
1 'Innil 1 ". .111 1. I mo. 1 "inn y, KI
(seal) B K m i.vm \N
DePUt) Clerk
I M, 1 1-8-16
MILTON H M \NNIIi:i\li:i;
\. '
Ki i\ NEB -x M VNNHE1MER
. -
i-r
''"'"'' 1/86, I 1-9-U
\ lors
6 "ii
'1 la> -! Mar, h, .
SMITH A \l VNDLER
B) II 8 "ith
Attoi n-> for 1 'o- Admin strs
pit l.in, "In Road
1 -'.. I 2-9-16
,m .,. ',,.... \l > ;... 1965
.,,,. de-
ll bi takei ngalnal yi iu
Ii ,' nded the 1 'ompl
n VTED al Miami. Florida, tl
\ pi ii.
E. B IEATHERMAN
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
rSeal)
BY I. SNEEDEN
li-putx Clerk
1 1-16-2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT "
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144-A
in RK Eatate of
FR \N. i:s BENJ \M1N"
I......1-. .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T" VI.I, PMKKoNs INTERESTED TN
THE ESTATE OK SAID DECEDENT
You are hereb) not fled thai a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to bi I
last xx ill and lestam< ni of sa Id deci
!. -,i '::.. beei ndml led to proba:
Court. You eb) corn-
led a Ithln \ ah ndar months
fi -in 1 he date ol rsl publlcal
of th 1 -
and shov you can,
the actloi
lM ll"t Btl
ki .1
u F BI. \N n IN
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Px c DICK
CI. ,
PHILIP 1 MILLER
,, X
107 Mm oln Rd \i an Bi ach, Fla.
>i publics Is notice 1
Ith da] of Mart h,
1 1'ii. I --9-16


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~<3fewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 16, 1965
Section D
Passover and Jewish Social Conscience
The concern for locial welfare
needs has long been the com
charactei istic of Jewish
. immunities throng h o u I the
ttorld down through the ag.'s. The
ical tradition of caring tor
underprivileged has given rise
world Jewry to what is
ablj the most highly devel-
, i net w o r k of international
nthropic programs in hjatorj
While many reugioua oosen
, on all holiday- pa) paili.'
l.ii attention to various forms ol
table endeavoi, Passover has
part cularly endowed ith
- mes age stressing social w I
iai" obligations, but with special
atte. tion to the needs ol the pc r
in a manner upholding the human
dignity of the individual.
The familiar invitation recited
near the beginning ei the Hagad
dan during each seder service.
"Let all who are hungry, come
and eat." clearly expresses the
concern for the simple material
needs ol the poor during the fes
live occasion. In line with the
Passover theme ol freedom lor all.
the rnesss ;e als i comej the idea
th.;t there can be no true free
dom as long as a man i> hungry
since his material wants prevent
him from enjoying his right to
human dignitj
Meeting Local Needs
Sine e Biblical tradition lias
handed down a sense ol Obllga
ti n for all Jews to be concerned
with the welfare of their !<>- ten
tunate brothers, however, it would
not be the indigent alone who
would be prevented from exper-
iencing the full spirit of freedom
if any members oi the commun
ity went hungry on Passover.
Aware ol the special import
ante for Passover observance oi
caring for the material needs ol
the poor. Jewish communities
long ago instituted the practice ol
devoting philanthropic efforts in
the week- before a Passover to
the needs of local indigent Jews
This has survived to this clay in
the form of special Moas CMttim,
or matzoh lund appeals, which
provided not o n I y matzoh, but
wine and other necessary food
items to enable the poor to ob-
serve the festivals in proper style
Regardless of what charitable
activities were carried on
throughout the year, the matzoh
lund appeal-, known in earlier
Continued on Pige 15D
We were slaves unto Pharaoh in Egypt
. *And QJ JW" Us <=A ;n


Page 2-D
+Jewlst> tUridHrir
f"day. April 16,


OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
SPECTOR and SONS
"WE BUILD FLORIDA"
575 SW 22nd AVE. Phone 374-8401
I Ml
MIRACLI WIDOI
OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY
OF MIAMI, INC.
SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION
7501 NE 3rd Place, Miami, Fla. Dial PL 8-5513
Ft. Uuderdale, Fla., JAcksen 2-3092
Gieger
ELECTRO AND MAT SERVICE, INC.
PHONE MIAMI 377 0529
MAMbMCflMCTf* or quality aoveitising matj
UIKI HATES
PIASTIC PlATES
ElECTEOTYPES
636 S. \V. 2nd Avenue. Miami stereotypes
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 8-6140
TO ALL 6 R E t T I N 6 S
Fred's Eleetrieat Motor Service
Specializing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE Eft 4-0155
To Our Many Friends, A Most Happy Passover
Davis Hoi lor & Iron Works. Inc.
BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph. FR 4-6030 1980-88 N. Miami Ave.
Reconditioned Boilers tor Sale ond Repairs Day or Night Anywhere
Smokestacks and Tanks
Dad* County Resident Sine* 1906
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
})oats, Machinery, Office, Safes, Household, Concrete Pouring Mova]
Anything34 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area
239 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 635-6611
SHEETINGS .
I IMNO\ I llll- A M PITY CO.
TIRES and TUBES RECAPPING ACCESSORIES BATTERIES
10898 NW 7th AVE. 3300 SW 8th STREET
1002 E. 27th STREET, Hialeah OX 6-0070
16630 S. Dixie Highway 8920 Bird Road
HENRY S. GREENBAUM
CONTINENTAL JEWELERS
Mfg. Representatives and Wholesale Jewelers
232 SEYBOL0 BLDG. Miami FR 3-0156
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO.
180 N W 62nd STREET MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 758-2517
.*-**w
IL..
BaBBl Ek *.
Founders of the City of Tel Aviv, some 60 row streets and ancient houses of the 4,00
families, gather in 1909. Little more than 300 year-old adjacent city from which they cam
persons, fJiey left Jaffa in order to construct a and which teems today with predominaj
Jewish garden-suburb, removed from the nar- Arab peoples and culture.
The Stunning Growth of Tel Avii
TEL AVIV was founded in 1909
' by 60 familtes. numbering
about 300 souls, who left Jaffa in
order to construct a Jewish gar
den-suburb, far from the narrow-
streets and ancient houses of the
-1,000 year old Jaffa.
The development of the new
town was very rapid, from thi*
founding of the "Achuzat Bait'
Company in 1909. until Tel Aviv
was proclaimed a town in 1919.
by the annexing- of the differ
eot residential quitters, such as
Neve Zedek and Neve Shalom
and the construction of the new
quarters Tel Nordau, Sharonnh
VM, the commercial centre of the
town.
In 1909. some 300 persons set-
tled an area of irO dunmas. In
the short period before World
War 1. additional lands were
bought and the number of dun-
arnS owned by Jews reached 1100.
while the number of citizens grew
to 2025, residing in 180 houses
Tempests of War
The tempest of World War I
found Tel Aviv in the beginning
of it~ blooming and caused a
temporary interruption in its de-
velopment. Many citizens left
their homes and the country, and
by the end of ihe War in 1917.
came the expulsion orde,- of the
TO ALL GREETINGS
Imperial Bowling Lanes of Dania
2328 N. Federal Hwy, Dania Ph. 945-3933
Congress Bowl
1650 NE. 124th Street, Miami Ph. 751-2485
"BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH"
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
1541 N.E. 164th Street Ph. 945-6471
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NICK & ARTHUR'S
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining
in Greater Miami
1601 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends a Happy Passover
Turkish Government, which
Tel Aviv almost empty
The interruption in the
struction and the development!
the town continued until the i
die of 1921. In I hat year.
town's area grew to 1.430 dunai
and the number ol citizens art
rapidly from L'.'hmi m 19191
15.600 in 1922 100 in IX
Alter the economic cnsi<
the year- 1927 3(1 and Ihe si
down of the flow >!
Aliya. came the lifth wave
immigration, c in it*
jority of Jews Iron: c ontral
rope, with considerable resound
w ho gave a push to Ihe |
ment of the tov i and increa*
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,,, 0f citizens to 45,000
*riTi. Tel Aviv had al-
kfii' ...habitants The
H,,; movement developed
4 an" more than 15.000
*f iere added m 1931.
gSwrtS ac
lJ3,.*-w< "
150,000 dunams.
Increase of Immigration
The history ol Tel Aviv is not
'mpied of difficulties and on-
des The city had to face many
SUie*. agaiM two alien gov-
JSrtstoparticutar the Turk-
audtte British. During World
f,r I .he Turks expelled all the
win residents of Tel Aviv and
forbade their stay In the town.
M Tel Aviv did not surrender
I JSi surmounted ..11 the obstacles.
I rhe Arabs of the neighboring
jiffa also distui bed and bothered
Hie Tel Avivians during the dec-
ides that preceded the advent of
I the state of Israel.
The advent ot the State symbol-
IIf. the turning i>"int. not only
in the history of the Jewish peo-
ple but of Tel Aviv too. From
j town of 210,000 in 1948. it be-
came a bustling cits of 400.000
spread on an area of 50.000 dun-
lins, with 40.IKXI buildings. About
JO percent ol the city's area con-
sists of built-up zones; 3.750 dun-
ams are covered by paved public-
nays and roads. 3.200 dunams by
parks, public gardens and boule-
Irards, 4 50 dunams by rivers
illavarkon and Nachal Ayalon).
1510 dunams by railroads and rait
say stations. U'o dunams by ports,
IN dunams by cemeteries, 2.500
dunams by free building plots,
II5Ddunams by built up areas.
Canter ot Culture
Tel Aviv is the economic, com-
mercial, cultural and social cen-
ter of the whole country and a
tenter of light industry in par-
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Extend to All Jewry
Best Wishes for A Happy Passover
Tel Aviv, the first Jewish ci'y, where the impetus of con-
struction and development has not stopped and will con-
tinue in spite of all 'he intricate engineering and architec-
tural problems and the social and material difficulties. Tel
Aviv's skyline is undergoing constant change today, with
skyscrapers more and more dotting the horizon, including
the tallest buildings in the Middle East.
ticular. Tel Aviv is the largest
center of the diamond industry
one of our most important branch-
es of export The export of dia-
monds from Tel Aviv amounted
in 1962 to SCO.OOO.OOU dollars. The
second biggest branch of export is
the agricultural products branch
$22,000,000.
All the exports from Tel Aviv
enterprises and companies
amounted that year to SL30.000.000.
The banks and commercial ser-
vices, the investment and insur-
ance agencies are also concen-
trated in Tel Aviv and the "City"
of Tel Aviv serves the whole
country
From a total of 30.000 enter-
Continued on Page 12-D
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
SAM and MILDRED LUBIN
Events That Shaped Our History
By LEON J. ELL
A brief sketch of the highlights
that shaped the history of Is-
rael might help to understand Is-
rael and the problems confront-
ing it on its Fifteenth Anniver-
sary.
All through the ages, the pro-
phetic declaration that there shall
be a return for the people of Is-
rael after a long period of exile
and persecution, was always up-
permost in their minds. The
prophecies that the land will lie
desolate and barren, and the Lord
shall eventually gather the chil-
dren of Israel back to the land
promised to their sire. Abraham;
that thev will auain make It young
and fertile, "and that'the dry bones
of decadence and devastation shall
take on living flesh; that the
children of Israel will be the
breath of life to that long desolate
and drought-stricken land that
was once flowing with milk and
honey was never forgotten.
All through the centuries of dis-
.1). every religious .lew
prayed daily for the realization "f
the prophecy of ingathering. All
through the ages, thi rl III ;<> the
was never relinquished in i
c er ii' "i .lewish habi-
jh the millenniums
children Israel n i ed the
declaration, "If I forget you O
Zion, shall my right arm with-
er "
The Fait* Messiahs
During the endless time of wan
dering, there arose, from time to
time, dreamers with promises of
redemption and return. Cabalists
exercised their minds in an at-
tempt to figure out from the Bible
the year of return and succeeded
by mental gymnastics to support
one or another claimant to re-
demptive powers only to be
pitted against reality and thrown
into the despair of failure.
The most recent^me was Sab
bat.v aprt^Dowftnj-the "false
mV 17th century, his followers,
through cabalistic interpretation,
were convinced that he was the
redeeming messiah. Hundreds of
thousands of Jews all over the
world were encouraged to dream
and to believe in his mission, only
to find that when he finally ar-
rived in Turkey, along with
thousands of his followers, and
the then Sultan ol Constantin-
ople gave him the choice of either
a Moslem or be exe-
tun Moslem. His tol
. rs were so con' meed <>r his
i\\ ers and scheme thi I
.veil the
i
plan of redemption, and iKf^
lowed suit. For decafe, *,J
ish people were ,orn *-,
disputation as Iu whethe- *
bethai Zevi was the redeem,**
The only thing that ken- ,t>
Jews of the world together w>
their joint misery and opomJ
in all the lands in which tw
dwelled. It took decades of JL
mentation and disputations qkJ
ally completely eradicate "the
lief that Shabbethai Zevi uj
anointed one. They never
ever, gave up th.'ir firm he
that sooner or later, m God'< u
and time, they would be releenw
from bondage and returned (
land of their fathi pi
Lovtrs ol Zion
In about the year 1R60.
gent movement lor the re tion of the Hol> Land evideaaj
itself again am r.. the
young Jews ol Eut pi determiw
on i return to thi land
fathers. Hundreds | -i. |
erally walked
-i,i and othi i tries to pj
stine for the
to redeem am
So great
and love for I |
id thai year

first 4
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16, 1965
*Jm*i$t> ncrkJiar
Page 5-D
In',882 Baron .ie Rothschild
-iTio their assistance and
KLi ,iUblW> colony in Pale.
.^iXcha good number
f-^voun, resurgent dream.
P tiled The colony was named
\?& leZon. meaning first in
k%,ecolu..> now has grown
& proportions.
. lM4 captain Alfred Drey
I ,";,ssimilated French Jew.
I charged with treason for al-
SdySving sold military sec-
Kcermany. and w. tried by
m'itarv court and convicted.
L^hoto aspect of the easels
* alertly an.i-Se.muc that .t
ll-,ed the attention of the
Earn pres> Influential new*-
S ol! that day sent repre-
'Sutives to report on the trial.
i vwing assimilated Austrian
L b"'the name of Theodor
Herc. represented the Vienna
vTut Freie I'n-sse at that trial.
Xbf acts and procedure of the
trial convinced Herzl that assim
Ukn was no solution to the Jew.
Uiroblem; that anti-Semitism
n- beyond the religious affilia
lioB or the manner and behavior
ol tie Jew. He was determined
r." lomething about it. Herzl
ill ... aroused that he wrote a
punpblet entitled "The Jewish
I sta- 'This pamphlet created
such orld ide interest that it
jupjed the railing of the First
Zior..-t Congress in 1897. in the
ila. and modern political Zion-
BB js bom. Herzl attempted
(jti liplomacj to obtain Pale
ltin( :or the Jewi of the world
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T friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
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3W5 N.W. 54th STREET
Ni. NE 5-6102
LlON J. Eli is a. retired attorney.
author and u'i>rld traveler. He wai
appointed j member of the White
House Conference
President Eisenhower and served
as a member of the U.S. Refugee
Committee, rcprcsentuig the U.S.
at the Intergovernmental Commit-
tee on European Migration at
Geneva in 1958. Hast president
and honorary life president of
Temple- Helh Sholoin he serxed on
the board of the Union of Amer-
:. :n Hebrew Congregations. Cur-
rently he ij president of the Jew-
ish \atioul Fund C o ii 11 i I of
Creuter Miami and dleo fert'eJ on
the board of the Orcitrr Miami
/ru'ish federation
and came within reach of success
had he. at his disposal, a paltry'
six or seven million dollars that
the Sultan of Constantinople need-
ed at the time.
The Jewish National Fund
The Second Zionist Congress
convened in 1902, under the lead-
ership of Theodore Herzl. Dr. Her-
mann Shapira proposed the crea-
tion of the Jewish National Fund
for the purpose of collecting mon.
ies from Jews all over the world
for the acquisition of land in Pal-
estine, enabling immigrants who
wished to return to settle and
cultivate the land to do so.
The Jewish National Fund was
organized the greatest single
practical step taken toward the
redemption and colonization of
Palestine. Blue and White collec-
tion boxes appeared in almost ev-
ery Jewish home in the Western
world and contributions were
made, however small, religiously,
on every occasion, in pennies and
nickels for the purpose of re-
deeming the land of Israel from
the Arabs who claimed the spe-
cific properties.
The Blue and White boxes of
the Jewish National Fund, in less
than a decade, became part of
Jewish religious living. Mothers
would not consider it proper to
usher in the Sabbath by lighting
the candles without first deposit-
inn a coin or two in the Blue and
White box. Land was purchased
Continued on Page e-0
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Events That Shaped' Our History
Continued from Page 5-D
from time to time upon which pi-
oneering immigrants settled to
till the soil and rebuild the land
of their fathers. The settlements
made possible by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund during the last half
century were the basis for the
creation of the State of Israel. The
Jewish National Fund Founda-
tion today is an agency that con-
tinues even on a larger scale to
serve the Jews of the world in
the State of Israel.
In 1916, during the First World
War, England, through Lord Bal-
four, issued a declaration, there-
after known as the Balfour Dec-
laration, which was subsequent-
ly ratified by the League of Na-
tions and the U.S. Congress, and
reads as follows:
"H i s Majesty's Government
views with favor the establish
ment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people, and
will use their best endeavors to
facilitafe the achievement of this
object, it being clearly under
stood that nothing shall be done
which may prejudice the civil and
religious rights of existing non-
Jewish communities in Patestine.
or the rights and political status
enjoyed by Jews in any other
country."'
After World War I. the Zion-
H*
>/* *H^r^B ^H ^H v r rnHB
a_
W!*'
ESI

1
"'" ^1

^r^-\
Left to right are American Jewish Committee President Morrii
B. Abram greeting new U.S. Moroccan Ambassador Ali 1
gelloun a* AJC's New York headguarters as Harris Berlact,
AJC Foreign Affaire Committee chairman, looks on. The Am
bassador s.aid Moroccan Jews and Moslems have "cm ei
cellent relationship," which is becoming "even stronger
ist movement applied itself in
earnest to colonize Palestine in
the sp-rit of the Balfour Decla-
ration. Land was purchased by
the Jewish National Fund andb
private people for coloniatki
Stalwart pioneers migrated
Palestine determined to redet
Greetings
for a Happy
Passover

the 3,000 year old
joyous festival
of freedom
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY


. April 16. 1965
+ kystIIh,idlr
Pog 7-9
K..aml that was once their own.
7,an Lf|tuon. a* coming to Mo
E nd Arabs from surround-
i couotr.es attracted by good
"Iflocked U> Palestine in the
\1 f thousands to seek em-
A-mePt in the ne colonies es-
Sshe (Ae influx ol Arabs into Pale-
<* can onlj be grasped by
106 nut that during the First
fcrld War. the total population
inline including Armenians.
Leeks. Jews and Germans, to
ju 690,0tHi. A goodly propor-
tantf that number lived in that
J,rt of Palest"'.' subsequently ab-
| by Jordan.
ne Herculean struggles aacri
Unraoil prTratiohs of those early
Lowers from time to time en
^altered uprising and bloodshed
Boated by the Palestinians
Bfge often absent land owners.
hho were determined to keep the
Palestine Arabs as land slaves on
rages equaling about 10 cents a
Ujv
Tht State of l*ral
In the spring of 1948, the Jewish
Kmmunity in Palestine following
decision of the United Nations
|o partition Palestine into Arabic
ud Jewish states, and waivering
ftueen creating a trusteeship
iid or two independent states,
lias determined to be completely
En control of its destiny and de-
nied an independent State of
Israel. They were determined not
to repeat the sad history of their
plight under the British Mandate
when eve,- so often royal com
missions were appointed to air
..hi the grievances of the Jewish
settlers on their requests for ad-
mitting stateless Jews to Pale-
stine with no results.
In May 1W8. the Jewi>h com
iinmity of j'ilc>tine uecijied it-
self an independent Mate and was
immediately reco^nued by Hus-
sia. the United states and prac
tiially all other members of the
United Nations except the Arab
states. The Arab countries reject
ed the United Nations' decision
and declared w a r against the
newly bom State of Israel. Then
leaders appealed to the Arab pop
...>Ualiwi in Palestine to leave their
homes so that .their armies could
wage a ruthless war of extermin-
ation against the Jews and drive
the remnant into the Mediterran-
ean, with a promise that the Arabs
will return and inherit all Jewish
possessions. The result ol this
war is well known. A few hundred
thousand Arabs deserted Pale
stine. The majority of .those who
ran at the request of (heir lead-
ers are now still living in camps
situated in the neighboring Arab
countries, living on doles pro-
vided by t h e United Nations,
Hundreds of thousands of indi-
gent Arabs from all over the Mid-
dle East moved to those camps
claiming to be refugees in order
to get the dole which, by our
standards, is very meager, but
nevertheless on a par or better
than the standard of living pf part
of the population in the Arab
states.
It is claimed that there are close
to a million refugees waiting for
resettlement. Actually no one
kiiou.-. how many bona tide refu-
gees are found in those camps
and the actual number of people
that should be on the dole list.
It i> a fact tiiat a great number
it the retugees are registered un-
der two or three different names
in order to get triple doles. There
has never been a census taken of
the bona-fide Arab refugees in
the camps. The Arabic countries
del.' a solution to the problem in
order to keep up the agitation
against the State of Israel.
Israel Sine* its Creation
Israel, the ancient land of the
Bible, described as the land flow-
ing with milk and honey, was lar
from being a land to sustain a
large community. The new immi-
grants, survivors of Hitler's ere-
matorias and from other lands of
persecution, were cpming in by
the. thousands to build tin- land
and rebuild their broken bodies
and spirits. They found a country
of swamps and desert waste due
to centuries of neglect. They were
determined to build up their
homeland with their own hands.
The job they did is a tribute to
human faith and spirit. It is ta-
king a great deal of sacrifice and
Continued on Page 10 D
pASSOVeR
QKeeONQS
I
To commemorate the enduring spirit of iwdeptodwc*
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WORTH MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST SHOPPING CENTER
SOUTH QADE..N. WER0M.L DRIVE AT U.S. 1
^"\7^^
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
FROM
AMERICAN SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
SHEPARD BROADf President
1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 2-5566
BEST WISHES TO ALL
MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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RAY SMITH
Wishing All Our Many Friends the Best of Everything
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS
1 N.E. 40th STREET Miami
*h. 757-5763
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PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
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Ph. 696-4401 Benny Malver, Pres.
GREETINGS...
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411 FORMS Of INSURANCE
113 ALMEMA AVENUE
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"EGGS FRESH DAILY"
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BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
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+ knlsii nortdton
Friday, April 16,
rag
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BARBARA and HORACE BURNSTEIN
Ew
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
UN 6-5711
JERRY GRANGER, Manager
MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER
and
MR. AL RUSKA, Manager
Caribbean Hotel
ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET
and their families extend best wishes
FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sherwin Winn, Vice President General Manager
GREETINGS FOR PASSOVER
BERKLEY SHORE HOTEL
1610 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5731
LOU NADLER FRANK GREGORY

HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 04721
BARRY HESSER, Manager

The instruments may have been improved
and new techniques developed, bu* in all the
50 years that th* Joint Distribution Committee
has been serving needy Jews throughout the
world, its concern for their health and welfare
never changed. Photo at left shows a Jewish
war orphan being examined in Rumania in
JDC medical and welfare program in Eas'3rn
Europe following World War I. At nqht c lewl
ish teen-ager in Casablanca receives bisl
monthly checkup at the JDC-supportec OSEl
clinic. JDC, which marked its 50th ar.r.'.verl
sary laU December receives its funds rr.:in]yl
from the campaigns of the United lewis- A&l
peal.
The Role of Gems in Jewish Lit
e
By OR. H. RABINOWICZ
"A woman of valour who can
** find?" demanded the author
of Proverbs in somewhat cynical
rhetoric, "for her price is far
above rubies." Precious stones
figure in the Scriptures in a fig-
urative sense: they are symbolic
of beauty, value, durability. Flow-
ers and foliage are fair but ephem-
eral whilst perns retain their
sparkle and their coloration for
hundreds, even thousands of
years. In a world of change their
permanence has .i charm of its
own.
pagan or mythological nn
tions. They are prized a- obji
for adornment, il ellisr, ng i
garments of (he (laui
Israel, tudded into sigi
encrusting crown? or roj
Thev are lokfi ( fri
The jewels of the Bible have no currency and occasionally .ban
WE EXTEND
CORDIAL .
i
J_T_L
PAS
Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover
MOULIN ROUGE
RESORT MOTEL
On Indian Creek
at 41st Street
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CLAVELON HOTEL
4210 COLLINS AVENUE
JEfferson 1-1171
Mr. Irving Podolnick
Mr. Arthur H. Bart
MONTMARTE HOT
4775 COLLINS AVE
Phone JE M731
THE
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guesfs
A Very Happy
Passover
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
SHELDON HOTEL
227 7th STREET Miami Beach JE 8-762'
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LebotV .
SURREY HOTEL
4390 COLLINS AVE. JE 1-01
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOWITZ, Owne:
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SHELBOURNE HOTEL
1B01 COUINS AVENUE MIAMI ***"
SEA SHORE HOTEL
1390 OCEAN dWVE Jl ,"''
Mr. & Mr: Max Feigeles
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshervker


. April 16. 1965
-JewistncrkHar
Paq 9-D
I***
of( evil spirits or influ-
** .rtiest Biblical reference
I 2TrtOi.es occurs in Gen.
WP^'p Sued from Eden as
;;^nOh,n.l,vided.n.o
>'n: V< "The name of the
fe;%n; That to it which
lh the l"le ,and of
rrtere there is gold; and
KtrfSMand is good; there
I**01'1 i the onyx stone."
5?? identify the land
j Slith northeastern
An Early Art
gem engw
. ek0.un Mesopotamia ai
,;,!: Hence
lehim he rabbis tell us. wore
IS i' --k '",'ciou-s *T
Kthe pocr ol healing On
1to aaz.-.l upon >.. He.be-
Is,,, pon Haaar'i cfi.ldren
,,rls 'their lustre more
RtfS ^ lightr0f tt.em."
KU Rebekah for hu mas-
I,.....nlsaa( Ehezer gave her
C'goldenrins ol half a shekel
I and i"" bracelets tor her
Eds ol ten shekels weight of
Ijoid."
J"A (,-i;v .1- v loped ecm enaravlng
liidustn- flourished in Egypt 1
IS time ol the Eighteenth D>
Ls, HS80-1350 B.C.E.), and the
llsNelitw despoiled their task
Ima-tcr- of many precious stones,
la fitting reparation lor genera-
|,j,-n. of bitter slave labor.
Geological surveys indicate that
apart from the fabulous King Sol-
Con's mines, Palestine and Syr
|u ire lacking in gem deposits
|TV Israelites received most of
their precious stones from other
[buds and from oilier peoples.
|TV) mere broughl by merchant
caravans traveling from Babylo-
nia to Persia ami to Egypt, from
ISaba and from Tyre. The Queen
lot Sheba gave Kin-.: Solomon "a
[hundred and twenty talents of
[sold, and precious stones." The
[navy ol Hiram brought to Solo-
Imon [ram Ophil plenty of san-
Idaluood and precious stones."
[These fre needed tor the adorn-
West German Chancellor Ludwiq Erhard (center) chats with
Prof. Max Horkheimer (left) and Zachariah Shusier (riqht) at
reception in Bonn lor German teachers who Uudy U.S. Edu-
cational methods in a program s'.arted and supervised by the
American Jewish Committee. Shuster is European director of
AJCommittee. Prol. Horkheimer is program coordinator in
Germany.
ment of the Temple, and the
throne of King Solomon was
surely one of the wonders of the
ancient world with respect to
decoration.
The High Priest
The sapphire and the emerald
can be readily recognized, but
many of the stones named in the
Bible cannot be identified today
with any certainty. Like other
ancient peoples, the Hebrews did
not classify the precious stones
according to composition. They
named them in accordance with
brilliance, coloration, usage or
origin. A verse in First Chron-
icles (29.2 covers many categor-
ies in its reference to "stones
to be set. glistening stones, and
of divers colours, and all manner
of precious stones, and marble
stones in abundance."
Most of the precious stones in
the Bible are listed in connec-
tion with the breastpiece of the
High Priest "the work of the
skillful workman of gold, of
bitie. and purple anil scarlet and
line twined linen And thou
Shalt set in it settings of stones,
four rows of stones ... and they
shall be inclosed in gold in their
settings. And the stones shall be
according to the names of the
children of Israel, twelve, accord-
ing to their names; like the en-
gravings of a signet, every one
according to his name, they shall
be fop the twelve tribes." The
Urlm and the Thummin "The
Lights and the Perfections" a
mi dium of Divine communica-
tion, were according to tradition
one of the five objects lacking
in the Second Temple.
Josephus declares that "'this
oracle had been silent for two-
hundred years hut as to
these stones of which we told you
the High Priest bore on his shoul-
ders the one ot them shined
out when God was present at their
Continued on Pge 11-D
GREETINGS .
TO EVERYONE
PTEL PROMENADE
COUINS AVENUE
it 1-5721
"enade Management
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
GOLDEN NUGGET
MOTEL
18555 COUINS AVE.
Herbert Lodge
best Wishes for
happy passover
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 B|SCAYNE BOULEVARD PL 7-0616
MORRIS FROGEL
GARDEN OF ALLAH
M" INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. RQSENBLUM
BELEVEDERE
HOTEL
843 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
BLUE WATERS HOTR
7*th STREET ON THE OCEAN
pbone UN 6 6231
to*. MRS; LEWIS'IESHNER
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COUINS AVENUE JE 1-4711
MIAMI BEACH
Same Friendly Management
4 Staff That Has Served
You for So Many Years
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE I-03B1
nxie uu % *4ii
j>H s+Jiappu and f- assover sjioliaau
<^der^j2v*>
On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
cabana, yacht and golf club
Harry Mufson
President
George E. Fox
Managing Director
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9878
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
JOIIM-V V HOTKL
6985 COLLINS AVE. Phone UN 6-6821
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS
Frank Fishman, Owner Henry J. Stupell, Manager
5th to 6th on Oeeanfront 531-7481
WAIKIKI MOTEL
8801 COLLINS AVENUE W1 7-3451
MIAMI BEACH
DANIEL & JO LIFTER


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+Jeisli n^rkHan
FridQY- April lft,, 13
IC5
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
The Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
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Call OXford 1-8221
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TO ALL GREETINGS
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RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS HOTELS STORES
it WE WHOLESALE *
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE
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Ph. 887-7591
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SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
*
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Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
1229 N.W. 21*1 Street Phone FR 3-6491
GREETINGS .
.HOUSES COMPANY, INC.
FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
HOUSER REALTY CO., INC. .
REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
FLORIDA BOND AND MORTGAGE CO.
MORTGAGE LOANS & INVESTMENTS
616 S.W. 12th AVENUE, Miami Dial FR 3-6431
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FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ALL SORTS OF FLORALS
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"Our Pleasure to Serve You at Reasonable Rates"
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NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"HENTV Of PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine I Pine Mir Comfrfienee' 260 Scoring Capacity
Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORT and RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM
HARftY HOLZMAN
1100-5th ST., Miami Beach JE 8-0421 JE 8-5311
GREETINGS FROM
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Events Th-at Shaped Our History
Continued from Pago 7>D
determination to push back the
desert sands, drain the swamps
and change them into lush culti-
vated fields. They built workshops
and factories and raised the indus-
trial production and potential of
Israel. They have built and are
still building roads, ports, schools,
homes, and hospitals, mining lor
mineral deposits and drilling for
oil and water.
Israel has succeeded in a short
period of fourteen years in cre-
ating a dynamic state surrounded
by Middle Eastern countries of
the 16th century economies. All
of this was done with the objec-
tive of keeping the doors open for
immiffuliuii to all *qweiuletr
Jews. To date. Israel has taken
in a million and a half, wandering
and stateless Jews since its cre-
aton. A few hundred thousand of
those were expelled Jews from
the surrounding Arabic countries.
What the people of Israel ac-
complished in the past fourteen
years has been often and repeat-
edly described by Jewish and
non-Jewish visitors to Israel as
miraculous. Actually it was not a
miracle but the result of strenu-
ous and concentrated efforts on
the part of the Jews in Israel to
develop their land agriculturally
and industrially as speedily as
possible. It is also true that with-
out the help of world Jewry and
the United States. Israel could not
have accomplished as much as
she did. The help received irom
both Zionist and non-Zionist Jews
of the world could be attributed
to, firstly, the Zionist because of
love of the land and the fulfill-
ment of Biblical prophecies as
well as the desire for self-devel-
opment, and from the non-Zionist
as a vindication against the anti-
Semitic allegations through the
centuries that the Jews are only
entrepreneurs and live on the la
bor of others; that the Jews were
military cow ards (notwithstand-
ing the records that show that
' Jews served valiantly and with
distinction in various armies of
the world during the centuries and
that they have proven themselves
patriotic citizens of their respec-
tive countries and, from time to
time, received recognition for
heroism) and, secondly, to help
create a place of refuge for the
persecuted Jews of the world that
were denied admittance every-
where.
Inner Confidence
The creation of the State of Is-
rael by sheer courage and determ-
ination in the face of terrific
military odds disproved the lie
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Mayor and Mrs.
Lee Howard
Surfside
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
Racing at Biscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks
Miami, Florida
TO ALL .. HAPPY HOLIDAYS
A. S. JONSON LABS.. INC.
PLASTIC EYE SPECIAUST, SMALL PLASTIC
OBJECTSCOSMETIC^Plastic, Gold, Steel)
320 SE 1st AVE.
Phone FR 4-6686
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Industrial Equipment and Supplies
MURRAY HOWARD, Owner
420 N.W. 29th STREET
NE 3-6981
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FLORIDA TILE INDUSTRIES
WHOLESALE TILE DISTRIBUTORS *
Call 635-1481
THOMAS E. MAYO, Manager
4010 N.W. 24th Street Miami, Fla.
alleged against them in the B
tary held. Their ..^^
comphshments proved i
Jews were city duellers Z J
ders only because the w,
forced off the land thro rh A
centuries of persecution ,,'j '
owing, Zionisis. non-ZionLiti >*
our Christian fellow v-\.n*
take great pride m the rk
complishcd by a handfu
in Israel. The> have the ,t
tion of refuting the fa!- Z
of the Jew as painted
Semites through tin cen
Israel has proven that peod
who hold tenaciously > t|J
land and are prepared to 1M1
only behind the walls ol
in their homes and lie
not easily be subjugate Wh
you travel in Israel alon. r.. t
ders, you see voting men and
men working in the fieias,
always with a rifle or ,M
gun near at hand for pr.W
They are taking no charges. W
traveler is astonished at the i3
mense vitality in this
ture and the feeling ot .rgena"
with which thej perfor.n M
tusk. AH the hardships and ^
fices they are called up-.-i tot
dure do not in an\ waj ,jmp
their enthusiasm.
To the contrarv thev
era
Continued on Page U ;
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Hair 1'ashion*
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Hialeih
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FRO'.'.
ALL
RILL JACK MERMAN
end MORRIS
KALES PRODUCE
COMPANY INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Aveaua
Phone ft 4-4174
GREETINGS TO ALL
BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON
"leek Ben at Itlle'l"
4017 E. Ith AVfNOI
HIAIEAN
OX 14744
Air Condi' t-ti
GKUTHiGi 10 4U
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EXCHANGE
Phone Nl <40J4
Ham oee Us.. Ollic, ''
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
GREET \GS
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CONVALESCENT HOME
fO* AU WH t**1*
1330 NE Bay**** Dr
Miami FR 9-7649
MR. ANP MS.
NATHAN K. ****
Director*


* knisbfhrMim
te Role of Gems in Jewish Life
Paqe 11-D
Cwtinu^ "m P89e 9D
t,m bright rays darting
..j.ence: and being seen even
rtoMthat ere most remote;
V splendor yet was not before
,1 to the stone "
ancient and modern
mors and commentators
C 0n Ibe identification of
;.:.elvf gems. They were prob-
Lbtrrl carneWan, chalcedony.
Llite' chrysopras, diamond.
JLy hvacinth. jasper. Lapis
iiomx. sapphire, sardonyx.
: and turquoise.
H,., prophet Ezekiel in Chapter
V^ents over the Prim* of
_L *ho lived "in Eden, the
tLm of Ood; every precious
nr was thy covering, the car
fta the topaz, and the em-
jjtheberyl, the onyx, and the
|,.-er. the sapphire, the car-
nit, and the smaragd. and
jj the workmanship of thv
ftp and of tin sockets was in
Jtr in the da> that thou wast
M(dthe)' were prepared."
Ihj woman's world gems were
L las indeed To old King
[icon under her spell, the
t'-.ter of the King of Egypt
I above her bed a tapestry
eduith diamonds and pearls
gleamed and "littered like
illations in the sky.
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TO ALL
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Lawn Service
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(Douglas Road)
Me Kill Chinch Bugs Dead
|i Power Spray Fruit Trees
f Re-Sod 1 Fertilize Lawns
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* ALL WORK if
GUARANTEED
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or HI 5-3211
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|fet Wishes & Greetings
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ftMmtMMMr
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. ** *" Building
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-. .1- ;
y^l
First exhibit by a Jewish artist in the Pope Pius Memorial Li-
brary of St. Louis University is a recent feature of the city's
celebration of its bicentennial. The exhibit was a display of
illuminations by Sol Nodel. of New York, ranked as the
world's leading artist in tha' field. Shown at the openinq of
the exhibit are Nodel (left) and the Rer. Robert Henle, S.J..
academic vice president of St. Louis University. Beside them
is one of the Nodel illuminations, a Scroll in Tribute to W.
Averell Harriman, executed in connection with the creation of
the Harriman Forest in Israel by the Jewish National Fund.
Nodel is a life fellow of the British Royal Society of Arts.
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SOUTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT
TOOL DISTRIBUTORS
3294 N.W. 36th STREET
Ph. 433-9922
FLORIDA FILTERS
FOR FILTERS IT'S FLORIDA FILTERS'
AIR FILTERS and PURIFIERS
Manufacturers for Industry Commerce Residential
Serving Southeastern U.S.A. and Carribean
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Abbe Lane
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Phone JE 4-2285
Extends Best Wishes for a
Very Happy.,Passover
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FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS
"THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
... AT REASONABLE PRICES"
ALSO A LA CARTE MENU
AMPLE FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED
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To All... VrevttngH
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HAPPY HOUDAYS
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TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SCOTTIF QUAUTY CLEANERS
S*th STREET *lt.K
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
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1 E. 11* AVE., HIALEAM MU 8 8672
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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UHOU iXTKIUORS. 1\V.
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FridaY- April tt
PASSOVER
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TO ALL
FROM

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DUALITY AUTO TRIM, INC.
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Phone 754-6681
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building ____
4915 Rod *4 (212 RmI Smtstt IU.)



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Immediate Coverage By Phone Miami, Fla.
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Repair & Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Eguipment
2319 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ft 94137
Dorothy and Ted Patterson, Owners
Mike Morsel Happy Passover Ossio Morsel
MIKE'S NEWS Mid SUNDRIES
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Forty-First Street Miami Bosch Phone JE 8-6707
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SUAYNE OF MIAMI INC.
3610 NW 5th AVENUE. NE 4-9734
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
0 ^
FLAIR MATTRESS FURNITURE CO.
3705 N.W. 50th STREET, Miami, Fla. NE 4-3535
MR. AND MRS. AL 0ERSTEIN
Extend to All Good Wishes for a Happy Passover
The Stunning Growth of Tel A^
Continued from Pata 3-D
prises in Tel Aviv. 9.209 are in-
dustrial and crafts enterprises.
750 construction and public
works; 10,500 banks and com-
mercial services; 3,200 trans-
port, warehouses and communi-
cations; 3,650 public and com-
mercial services; 2,500 personal
services and about 30 agriculture,
afforestation and fishing.
There are 165,000 employees in
Tel Aviv, of whom 30 percent are
in industry, crafts and mines; 7
percent in construction and public
works; 20 percent in commerce
and banks: 8 percent in transport,
warehouses and conrmonicatibris;
3 percent in electricity, gas, wa-
ter and sanitary services; and 31
percent in other different serv-
ices.
Tel Aviv is also the center of
press and publishing of the coun-
try. Almost all the newspapers
and books edited in Israel are
published and printed there. The
majority of the big theatres arc
situated in Tel Aviv, too, as also
the famous Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra and the Israel Opera
and several museums. The con-
struction of four different mu-
seums has already been com-
pleted there. Among others, a
Museum ef the History of Writing
will be erected, based on the well-
known collection of Prof. Dir-
inger, of Cambridge. The collec-
tion has already arrived in Tel
Aviv.
Som. 16MM Students
The enthusiasm for develop-
ment and industry has not made
the heads of the city forget the
fields of culture tad education.
Many thousands of students fill
hundreds of schools of all kinds
and degrees.
The Tel Aviv University, in its
campus at Ramat Aviv, is now
in the process of rapid construc-
tion and development. There were
2.S00 students in i944 In the
Fsetirtles of Humanities, Hebra--
ism and Natural Sciences. In the
last year, their number grew to
more than 3.000. There is also a
branch of the University of Jeru-
salem in Tel Aviv, with 1.500 stu-
dents in the Faculties of Law and
Economics. The total of students
in the Tel Aviv education net-
work amounts to 100.000 in 430
educational institutions, of which
75.000 are in primary schools and
kindergartens; 15.000 in second
ary and vocational schools; 4,000
in special schools for working boys
and "special education" schools;
3.000 in seminars and Yeshivos;
and 3,000 in the Universities.
There are 55 recreation halls in
Tel Aviv, with more than 50,000
seats, of which 40 are cinemas.
one concert hall of the
monk Orchestra at the F,
Mann Auditorium, one oft
raeh Opera, 3 theatres um,
the Chamber Theatre 2
and 10 other theatre hallT
smaller local theatre con
Some 15.000.000 persons i
the performances in i,
whom 12.000.ooo were at dm
emas and 3.000,000 at nV
periormances.
Public Health Instil
Tel Aviv has also a wide!
work of public health instit,
which insure 92 percent
"VirW'ilS.1 Some prr cn.i'i
sured by the Sick Fund ofu
rael Labor Federation (3
tadrut), and 6 percent in a]
nicipal District Health en
There are 1-1 hospitals in"Mj
with 1.500 beds. Some5pe
of the beds are concentratt
three municipal hospitals,
percent in the government
pitals; 20 percent in private
pitals. and 8 percent in otheri
lie clinics
One of the economic b
now in the process o( rapid]
velopment. is tourism. The)
of Tel Aviv in the encouragi
and promoting of tourism i
country becomes more and i
important. There are morel
90 hotels within the limits!
GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS
BROWN GREETINGS CftM. I. CtfflMt
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CONTRACTING SHOP Solar Service
Commercial Industrial .Residential 3347 Coral Way Miami 45, Me.
Service A Call 446-14R1 tanks
Maintenance Serving All loomns NIW STSTUB


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PASSOVER GREETINGS A HAPPY
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER TO ALL
THE HOLIDAYS CELIA WEINTRAUB m.mi*m.*HrfM
IIKKI'S STUDIO REAL ESTATE RROKER nl Uri Rtankt
2256 Coral Way Masl "Complete Real Estate Service" RIAL 111*" tavtsrawato h4 Crd**
figurines Hestored Antiques IflHMRl n/vOtfooovnan njiomfr''^nissj. 350 Lincoln Rosd U*> -
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS .., U 111
NORTH DADE To All Happy Holidays A Happy Passover toJ of Oui Friends
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Il-ffOtf CNAMPMMVSMP SERVICE STATION Mr. Filter and Mr. To*
cot/ cowrsc of the
nd QUALITY PRODUCTS FONTANA HOTft
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CORP. Flowers for All Occasions from
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Page 13-D

, .n* /.
I Goldmann. who was recently reelected president
World Zionist Organization, is shown deliverinq the
ridenticl address openinq the 26th World Zionist Conqress
| in Jerusalem la&t December and January.
\ H. and The best-known are the Shera-
JL^.,.. nd o the ton and Dan Hotels. More re
I t kind c ntl) a new luxury hotel h is
. ; 300 been constructed, espe<
iIrt < ox tourists and the llil-
RENT FROM
RYDER
1$ Low as S7 per day
j CHICK OUR lOWfR RATJS
I for Week, Month; long Term.
I Late Models and Sizes to Meet
I Any Requirements.
I LOW RATES INCLUDE
I Gtseline, Service, Insurance

11600 NW 21st Terrace
Miami, Fla.
NE 51371

cau now rot onaiis
RYDER
[Truck Rental
BkjkkCHBS IK
rr. uvmmaie
AND
WEST PA1M MAOt
HAPPY PASSOVER
I THE NEW
IGLORIFIED
KLICACIES
Wicatessen Restaurant
Catering
|* PARTY PLATTERS *
Ge'ilte Fish Blintxes
Pirogen Knishes
"" Cooked Meals Served
* WE DELIVER *
[2133-35 Coral Way
Phone HI 8-0601
GREETINGS
*> GALAROI
TAILOR
AJerationS Cleaning
^sing Laundry
1,3 M. 1st AVENUE
-Miami, Fla.
Ph- FR 4-3746
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
-
230 N.E. 3rd St.
Phone FR 3-5373
Miami, Florida
IITflliV
ST1 MHOS
Distinguished f rival* School
DANCING^* WRAMA
RADIO SPEECH
323 W. 47th STREET
MIAMI REACH
BEST WISHES FOR
PASSOVER
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
GREETINGS
Eunice Denison
HOTEL PERSONNEL
SPECIALIST
"Staffing Prestige Hotels
the World Over"
1690 Alton Road
Phone JE 4-4741
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
*
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Pres.
ton Hotel is now in its last stages
of construction.
About one-third of the tourists
who visited Israel during 1963,
some 100.000 persons, stayed in
Tel Aviv. The income from tour-
ism amounted last year to $40,000,-
000, of which $10,000,000 was spent
in Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv is the cen-
ter of all visitors coming to Is-
rael, and therefore the munici-
pality devotes special attention
and makes many efforts for the
development of this important
economic branch.
Impetus of Development
The municipal development
plans, amounting to $150,000,000 in
some domains, such as construc-
tion of roads and traffic, street-
lighting, planting, building of
public institutions and schools,
medical insurance and higher edu-
cation, jeached about 30 percent
of the total achievements of the
city during its 50 years of exist-
ence.
An important part of the de-
velopment plans have been di-
rected towards the promoting of
industry and crafts, in view of
transforming Tel Aviv to an im-
portant venter of tourism, sci-
ence, culture a n d arts, trans-
forming the Exhibition Gardens,
in the north of the city, to a cen-
ti r : international fairs, in view
ommerce and ex
In June 162, and in June,
Continued on Pago 14-D
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CURTIS
Battery &
Electric Corp.
NEW REBUILT
Truck Automobile
Marine Airplane
Industrial Lift Truck
Golf Cart
AH Types
Foreign Car Batteries
Generator & Starter Exchange
Voltage Regulators
CHECK OUt PRICE FIRST!
Ph. 635-0708
1500 NW. 20th ST.
To All A Most Happy
PASSOVER
THOMPSON
PRESS
"the best in all types
of printing"
1819 NW. 79th STREET
Ph. 634-2217
GREETINGS
Radio Doctors
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO 4 TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
Phone MO 1-6877
A Happy Holiday to All
Our Friends-4 Patrons
TATFS DRUG
STORE
519 NW 42nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone HI 8-7366
L. C. TATE
TO ALL GREETINGS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
SOUTHEAST INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
ADVANCE TUBULAR
STEEL SCAFFOLD
* Distributor *
COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS,
BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
MASONRY, PAINTING, ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE WORK
SALES
RENTALS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Ph. 635 2408
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday .
i ii
* IN LOS ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* 111 CHICAGO ............................................ IT'S HENRICI'S
* I.J NEW YORK ................................................ IT'S LINDY'S
* IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
TO ALL GREETINGS
STOLPMAHN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Woe! Avetme Miami Beack.
PHONE )E 1-0431
HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
Restaurant & Lounge
3622 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
17700 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Vriendtthip
IIIM Si: IXC.
GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE 1924
747 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE MALL
R is again a Pleasure To Extend
Season'. Greeting. To All
ABE AIXENBERG
GREETINGS
GILBERT'S SHOE SERVICE
COMPLETE ORTHOPEDIC 4 REGULAR SHOE SERVICE
11635 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 685-1452
LARRY MARKS & COMPANY
MANUFACTUMMM DKTHWUTOItS WHOLESALE
womurs. missis- t junio*$ messes, coats suits
Marks BM|. 120 N.W. 2nd Street MlwRi, Fk. Nmm FR 1431


rage 14-1
vJewlsti flork/tatry
Friday. April
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-4440
Holiday Greetings To Our Many friends
Construction Products Corp.
BUILDING MATERIALS
6365 NW 36th AVENUE
Phone OX 1-9180
4jj
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS .
WINSTON W. WYNNE
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FORMOSA RESTAURANT
5716 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami
MO 5-3881
Specializing in CHINESE POLYNESIAN
AMERICAN CUISINE (Orders to Take Out)
TO ALL GREETINGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
GREETINGS!!
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE FR 3 2509
GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLEIt I \ l> I \
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI COAL & OIL CO.
and
MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC.
2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-7896
Large Storage Rooms for Bent with Meat Kails Zero I Up
The Stunning Growth of Tel Avi
Continued from Page 13-D
1964. the gates of the Internation-
al Levant Fair. "Yerid Hamiz-
rakh," were opened, with the par-
ticipation of 40 countries, with
110 participants.
Special efforts are being made
for the promoting of light indus-
try and crafts in Tel Aviv, and
800 workshops are now in the
last stages of construction in the
craftfl center in the south of the
city. Additional plots, in Jaffa
and beyond t h e Yarkon River,
have been destined to the pro-
moting of crafts and to the de-
velopment of heavy industry.
There is a plan to turn 4.000
dunams on both sides of the Yar-
kon ;o a central municipal park.
with artificial lakes and" enter-
tainment and sports installations
the pattern of similar centers of
recreation in other modern cities.
which will make Tel Aviv a center
of rest and recreation for its
hundreds of thousands of resi-
dents, and will give an additional
push to the promoting of tourism.
Modern and Ancient
The heads of the city of Tel
Aviv devote many thoughts to
its appearance and try to merge
the ancient with the modern with
in its limits. A special company
has been founded for the rehabil-
GREETINGS TO ALL
S. H. KRESS
A CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
HAPPY PASSOVER
(MfiMWV
*KT
1 EMKTERY
1 LITERATURE UPON
REQUEST'
2101 NW 95th STREET
OX 6-0600
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. Fbsi Street
PHONE FR 3-2671
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornicka
955 S.W. 8th STREET
TO ALL
GREETINGS
JOSTAS ef.
BKOTMAN
430 SEYBOLD BIDG.
MIAMI, FLA.
itation of the antiquities of Jaffa
and the preservation of its char-
acteristic old-time architectural
style. This area has already be-
come the "Montemartre" of Tel
Aviv. At the same time, the sky
line of Tel Aviv undergoes con-
stant changes, thanks to the newly
erected skyscrapers, and among
them, the tallest building in the
whole Middle East is now in its
last stages of construction on
Heralia Square, the heart of Tel
Aviv's "city."
Other sky(Tap.rs h.J
JjJ*ed ... differ*,, *
The impcius of con,.J|
and development ,
not stopped and will con'-'J
PiteofaUtoeintrtJaSJ
ng and architectui .
and the social and mi,V.%
ficult.es. The economic 1
tural progress of uRjl
Prewed i the ta,J
n the domains o! indusml
lie health and cultun
The Shaping of History
Continued from Page 10-D
radiate an inner confidence which
can only come from the knowl-
edge that unselfishness and hard
work gives each man the strength
of ten. Dark and ominous clouds
still hover over their courageous
spirits and determined efforts.
The political and military machin-
ation taking place around Israel
and the cementing of relations be-
tween the Soviet Union and the
Arabs make them apprehensive
but do not discourage them.
If the pace and scope of Israel's
economic and agricultural devel-
opment defies analysis, Israel's
political and security situation is
it \ it \ Aim
IfUT CO.
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 8-5553
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
TO ALL GREETINGS
OKAI WAY
it \ititi:it shop
NO WAITING
SOME AS GOCD -
NONE BETTER
6979 CORAL WAY
CA 1-0194
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
FOR
PASSOVER
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
IICHTEI'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flaqler Street
PHONE FR 3-2197
To All Greetings
CAPS
WHOLESALE
PAINTERS SUPPLIES
9700 N.W ,7th Avenue
Ph. 759-4639
even more difficult to gran,
rael is an oasis oi democd
the vast expanse of the .
Eastern political desert :
tains the same democrat*
that we m the fnited SU'il
learned to revere and'j
despite the kudalistic nail
tatonal neighboring \rab i
Israel is the safest, most res
Military base in the \i.. ^ *
that the Western Powers ^J
that part of the world ,
having to maintain one M
at their expense. In isu^l
United States specifically 3a|
most reliable and depend,.A
Itary outpost.
GKKKTIXGS
Electronic
Accounting
Center, Inc.
Data Processing
To Meet Your Ne
Courteous Efficien*
And Prompt Service
Assistance in Working Out|
Your Problems at lowest
Possible Cost
Take Ad'.a-i'agec" -
& Progressive Manage" .'"'I
And Personnel
We Try Harder
To Please You
DAVID PERUAAN
President
2 N.W. 2nd Street I
Ph. 377-3023
GREET WITH
"FLOWERS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS"
FRANCES ALBERTSW
FLORISTS
59 NE 54th STREET
PL 8-3406
JOHNINA
HOTEL
6985 Collins Ave.
& Ocean
'Home of |
I -i Bar"
Managing Z
JOHN J KF
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
Robson Paint &|
Body Shop
"ALL WOR< TO
YOUR SATISFACTION
3745 SHIPPING *\VW"
(U.S 1 .Doog'Ra
Ph. 443-5008


16. 1965
-Jenltf fhrlrfi&r
Paqa 15-D
aSsover and Social Conscience
I
Cf1tinu.dfroniP.gt1-D
_ K.mha dPascha (FKtfl
\, ..over), wore made the|
Loo of everyone in t h ej
J5, who had the means.
I Z distribution WM nearly
ov, estricted to the local poor.
Matzoh Fund collections
C the peak of organiza-
. d efficiency in prewar
Mean Ji''"n communities
conditions were so ar-
H .0 that no one was over-
jffl on either side of the led-
jven Talmudic scholars.
[ normalh exempt from
communal levies, had to
M u to the Maos Chittim
tc'u-ns. And no person could
u.e to contribute on the
ft that ho had contributed
:.r.ilar fund in another com-
For Passover, his obli-
xas toward the poor of his
K town,
ilmudic Discussion
I antiquity of these com-
Passover collections is
by the extensive discus-
appearirm in the Talmud on
a legalistic aspects of the
mitoon. Specific details are
Ufa out with regard to the
ONS GREETINGS .
PIZZA
PATIO
PIZZA
BARBECUE
FRIED CHICKEN
949S Bird Road
South Miami
CA 10741
7ER
GREETINGS
[Mrs international
IMPORTS
B45 Lincoln Road
Mimi Beach, Fla.
JE 8-1469
Sincere 3est Wishes
for a Happy Passover
To Our Friends
CAVALIER
HOTEL
"0 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
To All-Greetings
BUY APPLIANCES
f ,Fra>-'C- >e Dealer
I, J^-ire RCA
*** Hot Point
SALES 5. SERVICE
,32M N.E. 163rd St.
N Miami Beach
PHONE 949-1H2
H-(J^) Kelly, Owner
length of time the recipient has
lived in the town to qualify as a
resident.
In the European communities,
the effort was carried out with
much of the planning and prepa-
ration reminiscent of a modern
local federation drive.
A committee was u s u a 1 I y
formed comprising the rabbi of
the town and the community's
leading citizens who would meet
several weeks before Passover
and compile lists of all Jewish
families in the community. These
would be divided into those who
were called upon to give and
those who were designated as re-
cipients of the food items or
funds
During the days immediately
following the "allocations" meet-
ing, the rabbi and the communal
leaders would make the rounds
visiting all those expected to
contribute.
Those making the collection
were sometimes anything but dip-
lomatic in persuading their neigh-
bors to contribute. If a particular
Jew was known td be of means
and he nerertheless claimed that
he could not afford to give, he
was told that his name would be
GREETINGS
FOWLEBS
Ssi Food &
I'oultfrv >l;irk'i
"SHOP IN THE GABLES-
NO PARKING WORRIES"
267 MINORCA AVE.
Phone HI 6-1711
Marine Engine Overhaul
and Installation
Distributors
Universal Marine Engines
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 36, Florida
C. A. tauter
Telephone 373-6669
EDISON
ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO.
Wholesale Distributors
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
LIGHTING FIXTURES
CAU FR 3-3114
1009 S. W. 8th STREET
(Tamiami Trail)
7613 Dadelcmd Mall
Ph. 661-0961
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWELL WINDOW
SERVICE
SALES & SERVICE
Naw & Used Doors,
Windows & Screens
18320 So. Dixie Highway
Ph. 238-5102
TO ALL GREETINGS
JONES & SON, INC.
HARDWARE
"Thousands of
Useful Items"
10525 S. DIXIE HIWAY
KENDALL
transferred to the list of recipi-
ents he must either give or
receive. This usually did the
trick.
While some of the collection
methods may appear ruthless, the
Matron Fund committees were
usually careful to distribut the
proceeds as discreetly as possible
so as not to offend the recipients
and to enable them to celebrate
the holiday with human dignity
befitting the occasion.
The Highest Tradition
If a poor family was known to
be easily embarrased by charity,
the funds were given either in
the form of a lean with no defi-
nite provision for repayment or
the* were sent the money anony-
mously.
In some communities, the prep-
aration of food parcels for the
poor was made the occasioon for
social gatherings by the young
Jewish girls of the town who would
later distribute the parcels.
Wherever serious attention *as
given to providing fbr the holiday
needs of the poor, it was always
done in the highest tradition of
Passover preserving a spirit of
freedom and upholding the dig-
nity of the individual.
"Where the Customer Is
Always Right"
Eden Roc Hotel
BARBER SHOP
Air-Conditioned
No Waiting Manicuring
'525 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach
JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager
GREETINGS
BLY'S GARAGE
General Repairs
All Models
232 SW 2nd AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6804
TROPICAL
STUDIOS
PORTRAITS, COPIES,
PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT
PHOTOS HOME SITTINGS
125 NE 2nd Street
FR 3-0204
PYKi: BROS.
& SOX
Motor Tune-Up
Wrecker Service
Upholstering
Paint Work Frame Work
Brakes Relined
35 NE 29th STREET
Ph. FR 9-1693
GREETINGS
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
To"i JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
DRAKE PROPERTIES. INC.
1451 EAST 10th AVENUE
Hialeah, Florida
TU 5-3831
HAROLD SEHRES LOUIS ALWEISSS
To Our Many Friends and Patrons Greetings
HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT
N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE
Air Condiiioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TRAURIG INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
Phone HI 8-1771
3031 Coral Way, Miami, Florida
SAMUEL TRAURIG
WALTER B. TRAURIG
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GENE STETZEL INC.
FINE GRADING FRONT END LOADERS
SMALL DOZER SERVICE
COMPACTOR SERVICE
9901 SW 32nd STREET CA 14)175
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Al's Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS'
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1^3365
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Miami. Florida. Friday, April 16, 1965
Section E
AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF SLAVERY TEACHES THE LESSON
Pa^ove, Oc//e Us OU life h JACOB NEUSNER
:Prtmer.t of Religion
--j'h Colleae. Hanover, N.H.
S0ER lells ii- t ,. ,.
|"'l/ freedom, for we
- to slaves
n which we learn
iMi situation.
mber thai we be
h we (l.i freely,
freelj Because
o grievously in
h i important
I slavery, cruelty,
namely, hi.
'and
the losons ol redemp-
t e have learned
U ..'l!0 ne,th animals, nor
iner wholly the objects
'"' history, nor wholh
I of either We see our
wioro, 'SLan .'rre-as'"'"her wholly pas-
i*tTa!n,in'ly active- W* know
" may achieve very lit
I
:r i-
J II
I
|
r
I
r
<
tie, hut thai ho may in fait
achieve something, what he ma>
do is to a.i freely, decently, com
passionately, !<>i freedom means
at least thai much.
Corner of Freeoom
In the larger parl ol our lu/es,
w i,i a > i>e "Conditioned" b>
I irees outside I oOr own power,
but within, there Irs a precious
corner ol freedom, freedom ol
will, and will a' i's mo i \ irtuous
od-will, in Hebrew "hesed",
.'on and gemilul
hasadim, concrete acts "i com-
p: -MUM.
ii la hardly necessar) I i be a
Jew to understand the Jewish
situation, as Passover reveals thai
situation. We Jews have known
longer than other men what free
dom means and what il demands.
but others have Iouk since
learned. We Jews have words for
our situation we have festivals to
celebrate those words, such as
JACOB NEUSNER
learning the lesson
this "time ol our freedom." The
meaning Of these festivals must
be shared by all men. Those in
freedom m u s i celebrate their
freedom, and those under Com
munism or otherwise oppressed,
politically, spiritually, morally.
must remember freedom, jusl as
wi Jews commemorated freedom
v hen we did n I have it. and cele
in.lie it m hen we do.
In a sense, therefore, all men
maj learn the lessons ol the Jew
i-h situation. It has been said
thai on account of Hiroshima, we
ar all mui ;> rers li so, then on
account ol Auschwitz, we are all
.ir^s Jusl as we men Inciner-
ated civile cities in our fury, so
we men were incinerated, shot,
gassed, starved, destroyed in our
fraility.
Threat of Humiliation
An age thai feels itself threat-
ened by utter annihilation knows
what i! means to be .lews, who in
our own day suffered the annihil
ation of their entire European
civilization.
An age that knows no security
knows what il means to be .lews,
who have lived for thousands ol
years without securitj
An age thai finds itself almost
powerless to change the course ol
events knows what it means to
bi Jews, who have lived so long
as outsiders, standing always on
t'ie wines of history hut never in
the spotlight
Vii age thai sees Itsell in the
p ol the past from 1911
onward, knows what n means to
be Jews, who have seen them-
-,-!\ es fore' ei In I he grasp of
events they have not made, and
ultimately, in the hands ol Provi-
dence
Ii tin-. i> so. then we must hope
that others will learn the lessons
of the Jewish situation as we have
learned them; the lesson that
freedom must he nurtured, and
that freedom is indivisible, but
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must either be shared with all or
lost to all.
The world may well learn from
our quest for meaning in events,
our consecration to the human in
tellecr, our capacity to think,
create and preserve culture; our
appreciation of the preciousness
and sanctity of men's slender
treasures of compassion and of
love; our awareness of the reality,
immediacy, and centrality of
God's will; our knowledge that it
is~tlW"Ver but God who TleTeYm-
ines the history of men and na-
tions.
We Jews, for our part, must
rehearse the lessons of our sit-
uation, if we hope to share them
with the world. We must not
cease to see ourselves as men re-
deemed by the action of God from
slavery and brought forth to free-
dom. We must continue to look in-
to the events of our age for the
action of our Creator, who, we
believe, acts through history and
reveals H*s will through whaT
happens to us.
No generation of Jews should
find this faslt more meaningful,
for none has witnessed the great
things we have.
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We do not need to speak of the
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deemed not from slavery of
Egypt, but from the horror of
Auschwitz.
Hour of Redemption
Every Jew of mature years has
witnessed, in the creation of the
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Page 3-E
[Jewish Rituals Understood by All
tf Rabbi Dov Peretx Elfcin*
I ^c of (he many ingenious
(/things about Jewish rituals
,d wremoni.-s is that they can
u understood and appreciated by
UdbTth.' greatest scholar in
tbe community.
People -have said that Swift's
JT Gulliver's Travels, finds
rieatness in that it is on the
Lface a simple and dramatic
S which grips the heart of
L fledgling. "<' yet has deeper
Ineh'of interpretation for the
aore intellectual reader. This is
tniea^ well of Jewish rites an Lrmionifs: they are concrete
111 "beautiful symbols for the
fyjung to see and enjoy, and yet
I jm-e laid deep within them pro
| found lessons about life.
Vigorous Hro
This is certainly true about the
Istder Many of its rituals are
I specifically geared to arouse the
Iinterest of the children; the four
I questions, the Seder plate and its
I variegated symbols, the Afiko.
[men, Elijah's entrance, and so on.
And yet, the greatest scholar in
Israel can wrench vital lessons
Ifrom the meaning-laden leaves of
the traditional Haggadah. The
liftiversal and abiding signif-
icance of the Festival of Freedom
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OF all the annals of historv.
there is none like the Pass-
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of a people from slavery and
marking the deliverance of this
people as its birthday and the con-
ditioning of its future destiny.
Other peoples speak of their hero-
ic origins. Jews speak of their
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that their history virtually com-
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religion are tied to the Exodus
front'Egypt. Thus-we read'in'fTic
book of Exodus: "And a stranger
shalt thou not oppress; for ye
know the heart of a stranger, see-
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of Egypt." And even the law of
t h e Sabbath rest i s associated
with Ihe Passover in the fourth
of the ten commandments found
in the second version in the Book
hi" Deuteronomy which empha-
size- the ethical motive in de-
manding tor the man-servant and
the maid->er\ ;int a day of rest.
In moving \> ords, this com-
mandmenl instrw ts And thou
shall remember thai thou wasl ,i
sordini in the land of Egypl and
Silver Plate, Faience. iPessaro. Italy I
the Lord thv God brought thee thy God con
.. mightj hand ami an oul the 5 i
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+Jelstrh>rlcllar
Page 5-E
. noi been limited to the
*joeoV is deeply etChe,'
SjSSof Christians In all
GTiitfUcularly of thow to our
mS: mtn wlien ^e American
iSS m rebelhon against
JSnnv o. King George, the
lr\ in thr,st,an PU,'P,,S
""Zed to their congregations
<^ceoun, of the Egyptian
*J aad compared the English
^""-h to the ancient Pharaoh
Xfechoed -he ancient words
iJ^Hehrcu Bible. "Let my
' P^Lne the Revolutionary War
| ," in pro*.-- on .he very day
Lw tie Declaration of Independ
as adopts, a committee
itftingoi John Adams. Ben-
Zin Franklin and Thomas Jet-
ton was appointed for the pur-
j^jit^repariiiu -desw-.ior
555 of the United States of
America. The Committee report
Hibmi'ten to the Continental Con.
bus on AuguM 10. 1776 proposed
llutonone side of the seal there
should be Pharaoh sitting in an
open chariot, a crown on his head
and a word in his hand, passing
through the divided waters ol
the Red Sea in pursuit of the Is
Indites. Rays from a pillar of
Inexpressive of the Divine Pres-
am i a Moses who stands
H : shore hose extended
I hand over thi sea causes it to
I loh w i t h th"
Rel to tyrants is
[ iMknce lo
T:< seal ..- imposed by the
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Committee was not accepted. Yel
there has always been close cor
respondents between America's
struggle to achieve independence
and the Jewish Exodus from the
house of bondage.
Modern Jowish Community
The lessons of Passover, apart
from the great inspiration to-
ward freedom and the determina
tion of the character of the Jews
throughout the"'centuries, are still
powerful ones for the .modern
Jewish community. First amoim
these is Jewish education: There
is no greater instrument of in-
struction in Judaism than the
Passover Seder. The Bible cate-
gorically emphasize*-tMr fact in
the statement: J'And thou shalt
tell thy son in that day, saying.
,,-il i because ol that which the
Lord did for me when I came
forth out of Egypt Thou shalt
therefore keep this ordinance in
its season from year to year."
An Anglo-Jewish scholar. Dr. S.
M. Lehrman, has succinctly de-
scribed the educational impor-
tance of the Seder by noting
thai it Is the child who unlocks
the door of the Seder ceremony
It is the nature ol the child to
question, he says, and the par-
ents' duty must be to know the
answers. Jewish education is
raised to the forefront in the
Passover ceremony.
The Seder was never intended
to be a meal in itself. It was al-
ways the majestic prelude to the
meal in which each member of
the family shared in an orderly,
leisurely procedure which gave
the Seder its dignity. The very
word "seder" means procedure
or order. In this observance the
child asks the questions and re-
ceives the answers, the symbols
are dramatically explained and
the story of the Exodus from
E | y p t narrated in detail. The
public Seder of the present day
tends to run not on the historic
timetable but on the timetable of
caterers. It. therefore, misses
much ol the educational value in-
herent in the Passover story.
Jewish Consciousness
A second lesson which Passover
holds for the modern Jew is Jew-
ish., consciousness. The night of
the Exodus did not end with the
Jews who left Egypt. It has. un-
fortunately, continued throughout
the centuries as one Pharaoh al-
ter another oppressed the Jewish
people. The cry -let my people
go" can still be heard directed to
heads of government in manv
parts of the world. The Jews of
Russia reflect the bondage of
their forefathers in Egypt.
The immigrants streaming into
the land of Israel are reminders
of the Exodus of Bible times. The
Pharaohs may have changcl their
appearance but not their basic
character. In the light of these
Continued on Page 10-E
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fJewist fkridHcur
========
J"day, April 16;:
1965
To Our Clients and
Friends and
to the Entire
Jewish Community
We Extend Our
Best Wishes
for the
Passover Holidays
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER
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Road Building Clearing Excavating Grading
Storm Drainage Equipment Rental
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1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665
Peretz: Conscience of Six Million
By PHILIP RUBIN
ME was the literary conscience
of the six-million Jews who
lived in the Russian Tsarist Em-
pire around the turn of the cen-
tury and up through World War I.
He shared the passionate nature
of Polish Jewry, to whom he be-
longed, and his short stories, po-
ems and plays gave a modern,
ethical direction to that passion.
He was one of the triad of Yid-
dish writers of that era who later
on became known as "the classi-
cists of Yiddish literature." His
influence on the thoughts and ac-
tions of East European Jewry
was far greater than that of the
other two. so that whett he tTOd
in Warsaw in 1915, a hundred-
thousand Jews came out in the
streets to pay him their last re-
spects.
And when in the early 1940s
the German s-turned-savages
herded Polish Jews into walledin
ghettoes and the Jews were liv-
ing in the shadow of death, to
keep up their spirits, to enable
them to endure somehow their al-
most unbelievable nightmare,
they would frequently arrange to
attend "literary evenings." "lit-
eraishe oventn." They would
hear readings from the works of
many Yiddish authors. But the
author whose works inspired,
buoyed them up. steeled them
I. L. PERETZ
overwhelming influence
for what was to come, more than
anyone else was Yitzhak Laibush,
anglicized as Isaac Loeb Peretz.
A Public Figure
What was the secret of Peretz'
influence over the Yiddish-speak-
ing masses, to say nothing of the
intelligentsia, of the first half ot
this century? Besides a writer, he
was. to be sure, a public figure,
an official in the Jewish com-
munal organization, the Keh,J
of Warsaw, and would onen
press himself on burmng pUb,,.
questions. He gave encourS
to, almost hatched out nu?
younger Yiddish writers, soS,
whom later became famous rZ\
would all flock to Peretz' horn
for advice and inspiration, as del
voted Hassidim would flock UiI
the home of a great Rebbe who*
followers they were.
Yet the Peretz influence J
wielded overwhelmingly throun
his writings, because "he pleaded 1
the cause of the heart against ^A
claims of the intellect, of the I
BflPt 1a"jf f| 'he arrogance of the
rich, of the Hasidim. or mystict f
against their deriders." as some'I
one has put it. He was a modern-1
ist, a Socialist, fighting for a I
larger piece of bread for the ml
poverished masses, but at theI
same time he drew upon tradi-l
tional Judaism for the ethical,I
spiritual values he preached, foil
book of Hassidic short stories uuI
widely read, and it mipht be saiaI
that Peretz started a cult of neo I
Hassidism among the Yiddish!
speaking Intelligentsia a general
tion before Martin Buber spreacl
the cult among the Jewish intel-f
ligentsia of the Western world
And at the same time hi> poeras
of social protest were being re-l
cited, and his love lyrics went bM
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FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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and Family
2336 S.W. 4th STREET
Miami, Florida
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FROM
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FOOD BROKERS
7240 N.W. 36th COURT
OX 1-5300
i U. J.
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A Happy Holiday
//
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BERNARD BERMAN
YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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1440 -79th STREET CAUSEWAY
Phone UN 5-0438
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(Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank)
MEMBER OF F.D.I.C.
"A Friendly Bank"
5490 PALM AVENUE Ph. 681-6635
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(CAUSEWAY
NORTH BAY VISAGE
Phone UN 5-9268
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Ph. 374-4304
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April 16.
1965
+JmMlkr*mati
f>og* 7
sJ^Jhroughout Eastern En-
j^ Wt No NoUt
Peretz" stvle of writing is one of
^ss, abruptness, often dis-
cing nervous impatience; be
L place several dots at the end
!asentence, as il to say: "Now
, the reader, should imagine
E'lttt" Hi- Pi'^se is dynamic
SSartious. superbly adapt-
S,o the short story form but .li-
lted to II"' I-anoramic torm.
fTthe sustained plot of the novel,
whcb rereli therefore never
IS. M it can well be carried
Lrinto the drama. And so there
Uoutfron'thepenofPeretz
Such fine Plays as "Pi Goldene
ravt" (The Golden Lham) and
-Baiwkht afn Alten Mark" (At
hjhi in the Old Market Place).
I of the three Yiddish classic
inters, Peretz. Mendele Mocher.
riorim'and Sholem Aleichem, the
ilter is bv far the most popular
iith English-language readers,
2 for a good and sufficient rea-
son A humorist like Sholem
Hfek'bem a areat humorist, no
doubt can infect the reader
with his light-hearted mood, with
I his gaiety, and often bring a
smile to his face. And this is the
relaxation that the present-day
reader, livins under the tensions
I of modern life, is seeking. Since
I this was not what the Polish
I Jews, herded b> the Nazis into
I ghett'oes and faced with funda-
laental problems of life and death.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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& MOTEL APTS.
ISO) Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Bert Lloyd, Manager
Greetings from
HAROLD'S ALGIERS
FLOWER SHOP
Harold and Jack
Krongold
2513 Collins Ave.
JE 4-2907
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
|imoski\ inc.
Mlpoperj of Distinction
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ATLANTA DAUAS MIAMI
HOUSTON WASHINGTON
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL
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'HONE JE 14735
Asiatic captives making bricks in an Egyptian brickyard. Mu-
ral painting by Rekhrrjgre.
could afford to Indulge in. they
turnedjio tbe. mure sombre uurjs.
of Pcr.etz for the inspiration that
would sustain tocir morale un-
der tbc harrowing condition of
thcir life.
And yet, a few at least of the
short stories of Berate, stories
which have been anthologized
over and over again, remain pop-
ular with the Ettglish-readins
public. There is If Not Higher
Still." the story of the Rabbi of
N'emirns. who gets up in the mid-
dle of the nicht to light a fire for
a poor, bed-ridden woman, and
thereby ascends "higher than
heaven.' There is "Bontsy?
Shveig," the tale of the silent.
meek, misused man who when he
goes to Heaven and is there of-
fered anything his heart may de-
sire, can only think of asking that
he be given a fresh roll and but-
ter every morning. There is "The
Three Gifts," the story oi a
Jewish woman's chastity as she is
being led to her death, and there
aw; two or three other stories that
may be popular with readers of
English. There are quite a num-
ber of collections of Peretz stor-
ies in English published years ago.
though some of these may now be
out of print. Then too there is
.Maurice Samuel's fine book on
Continued on Page 15-E
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REBUILDER OF THERMOSTATS
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Ph. 634-3711
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Tour State Representative
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Ph. 444-7686
i'
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Friday. April 13, ig
TO ALL GREETINGS
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ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGIS
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Branches:
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SCIENTIFIC WOOD PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURER OF
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1940 N.W. MIAMI COURT
Ph. 371-3307
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
WALCO ELECTRIC INC.
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Repairs on Electrical Equipment
1120 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 373-0042
TO ALL GREETINGS
CENTRAL SITTING AGENCY
CONVALESCENT and
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Ph. 371-4441
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JONES CHEMICALS, INC.
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CHLORINE GAS FOR WATER WORKS AND
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"SUNNY SOL"
14400 N.E. 20th Lane North Miami
Wl 7-1461
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
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UN 6-6211
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR "Justice for Buyer and Seller"
f 1ST CONTROL SHtVICt-Ttrmite Proofing-Fvmigofing-MofJi Proofing
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GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN
CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
"Specify C. B. L
Phone MO 1-7696 Imr.ediate Delivery
Time of Essence on Seder Night
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
THERE is the story of the Is-
raeli radio announcer who
said, -When you hear the signal,
Ihe time will be exactly eight
O'clock or ten or fifteen minutes
later."
its .just i story, I suppose. Al
any rate on the historic night,
which we recall at the Seder, Lime
v as of the essence "II Happened
al Midnight," is one of the Seder
hymns. It was at the Inconvenient
hour ol midnight thai the Israel-
ites bade adieu to the country
i had be< n Lheii home for
hundreds t >
Moses had insisted on it. I can
v ell imagine that NOW of our an
cestors were not too happy about
it. It is easj to reconstruct what
must have been said.
No Hurry
Some said. "We have been
slaves in Egypt for some two-
hundred years. Will it hurt, if we
are slaves for one or two days
more? What's the hurry? The
restaurants in the wilderness are
not the best, there are no night
clubs. So let's get together, have
a nice banquet and then we can
leave like gentlemen."
Some protested that to leave so
quickly at midnight was to de-
Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg (left welcomes !o
F. Kennedy Lodge to the roster of B'nai Brith units. West,
ton economist Robert R. Nathan, with menorch, symbol
B'nai B'rith, is president of the new group honcrinq the ~a
ory of the martyred President. Former Interne) Revnue Cc
missiin Mortimer Caplin, among the 300 charter member;
sided at induction ceremonies.
feat their purpose! If instead ol
going at midnight, we have a
good night's sleep, then wc can
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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2465 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 445-2772
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
TROY DESK COMPANY
OFFICE FURNITURE MANUFACTURER
3801 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Ph. 754-8772
TO ALL GREETINGS
J. & M. ELECTRIC COMPANY
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
16533 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Ph. 621-1814
Happy Holidays to All
REPRESENTATIVE
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AND FAMILY
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
NEAL'S automotove company
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
AND SERVICE
2150 N.W. 95th STREET
Ph. 691-9615
start feeling lit and frfsh i
make greater headway,
when some complained i
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Hap, -ver
Tc


k April 16. 1965
+Jewish Tlcrkilari
wivW would be unable to
JV bread to take alon* that
VZk time for leavening, Moses
uthcm to bake unleavened
lad matzoh. T h e r e was a
liMtoutcrv matzoh gets in their
Irth some protested and others
aul'thcv didn't see how they
But \| adamant,
hy?
Fresdoni .'nd Sacrifice
ps m ighl have
I must realize
I icir freedom
I. red its sacri-
I i 53 to sleep
.- i- the
tal Moses
U() gfhii mcipation by
I ence <>t i'ha-
laoli. Today, il uld be called .1
liploimi' :1 plagues had
limn risited 011 Phara ih before
he could get the Egyptian king
I and there was no guar-
inter now that Pharaoh would
not change his mind. He must
Kb advantage ol ihe present fa-
vorable mood. 1 Throughout his
Wr, ntatzoh a> to be the sym-
bol of the fad that Jews must re-
h on a favorable mood, for they
W' ever a minority.) As the
Bible story later recounts, Pha-
noh did indeed change his mind
' started pursuing, but for-
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Page 9-E
Dr. Israel Goldstein (left) nnd Mrs. Goldstein show portrait of
Rebecca Graetz to Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America. The portrait, by
William Edward West, is one of a pair recently presented
to the Seminary by Dr. Goldstein. The qift was made in honor
of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Goldstein's enrollment in the
Rabbinical Departmen* of the Seminary in 1914.
the Israelites had left
Innately
in time.
There are those who Rain eman.
cipatinn by arms. There are those
who win freedom tor a people by
the influence of fire at powers
coming to their assistance. There
arc some leaders of liberty, who
ire able by their oratory to gal-
vanize their own people to an ir-
resistible pitch, but Moses had
no arms to command, no great
powers came to his aid and he
had no eloquence. He suffered
from an impediment of speech,
Continued on Page ME
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Ph. 633-9914
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To the Entire Jewish
Community .
for a Most Happy,
Passover
ysj 1ST s
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
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AND FAMILY
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Phone PL 9-0869
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- nf\o -
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Continued from Pao* 5-E
tragic realities of the day the
words of the Passover Haggadah
corroborating an ancient Talmud,
ic injunction, hold great signifi-
cance in our time:
"Every person in every genera-
tion must consider himself as
having personally been freed
from Egypt. The Holy One.
Blessed be He, has not only re-
deemed our ancestors, but us also
together with them ..."
A third lesson of the Passover
is (the concern which the Jew is
called upon to exercise on behalf
of the impoverished, the needy,
the dispossessed among his own.
The impetus toward this tradition-
al characteristic in Jewish life is
expressed in the beautiful Ara-
maic words recited at the open-
ing of the Passover seder: ".Let
all who are hungry come and eat
with us." In our time when so
many Jewish people have been
cast into the role of strangers
in their own countries and com-
pelled to leave the lands of their
birth the Passover theme assumes
more tragic than romantic propor-
tions, and the organizations of
mercy like the United Jewish Ap-
JftWoy. April VS, jj
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
Wishes A Very Happy Passover to AH
72B7 D ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. *7-W3
While experimenting in new techniques to train and re's
itate the-blind. Israets*''WoTHPlamous Institute for the;
in Jerusalem never fails to follow patterns already proven sucj
cessful. Experts have found that blind persons often aa
excellent musicians, and the Institute in Jerusalem now
its own orchestra and choir as shown above.
peal and its subsidiaries carry
special significance.
Today the lot of the Jews in
many areas of the world poignant.
ly reminds us that the Jews have
been more or less strangers in
life. The reality and gravity and
meaning of their alienation are
measured by the Passover ohsei \
ance. In the past two thousand
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years Jews have known eip
sion from some country ir otl
over two hundred times, q
orage of once ever) ten yeirs.
end is not yel in -ijht. No,
today can read the Hagjjilahi
moved. It conta i mend)
that lie too deep :<>r tears.
Passover holidav lliimines th.
memories ;i no other (> md
the Jewish calendar
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April 16. 1965
JewisliFkricfiir
Paqell-E
Haggadah's Best-Known Pages
|wWBBI ISAAC L. SWIFT
.oiuesofthellaggadahare
tlm known, few are sung
.^odies better l.-ved. and few
m curious, than the cele-
M Chad C.ailva with which
J^lr service concludes.
, is this quaint nursery-
[or such it *eems to be,
HntheHaggadah? Is it real-
V seme histonans suggest a
of "House that Jack built
1 wt there (or the children's
that they will remain
jtill its familiar and eag-
Mitcd stanzas tell their
_J tale'
i I view: for the stress through-
ilte Seder is on the children.
iy are the things said and
it night tn stimulate their
t, encourage their ques-
aid persuade them of the
jite triumph of -the Holy
! Blessed be He *"
Deeper Meaning
iplausible though it be. this
janation is not easy t<> accept.
lie Seder is, after all, a rc-
(cys service, its ritual compiled
of the profoundest sen
wm. There must surely be a
$er meaning t" Chad Gadya
Kbit it i- a mere "House that
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inner meaning
Jack built" rhyme. Such is cer-
tainly the view of the greatest of
our Haggadah exegetes and schol-
ars Elijah of Vilna, Jccob Em-
den and Chasam Sopher among
them.
What then does Chad Gadya
represent" I like best the opinion
offered by some that it is the his-
tory of the Jewish people that un-
folds in the rhyme: the "only kid"
is the people of Israel, acquired
by our heavenly Father for "two
zuzim" th;it is. elected as the
Chosen People by the two tablets
of the Law.
The Cat is Babylon which took
the Jews into captivity. The Dog
is Persia which defeated Babylon.
The Stick is Greece which de-
stroyed Persian hegemony. The
water is Rome which conquered
Greece. The Ox is the European
powers which succeeded Rome,
and so on.
The Present Day
To give the song a contempor-
ary significance, we may suggest
and find textual justification for
suggestion, that the Slaughterer
is the Nazi empire which fell be-
fore1 the Angel of "Death, repre-
senting the Russian armed forces.
They, in their turn will meet their
downfall at the hands of the
"Holy One. Blessed be He." and
righteousness will prevail in the
end.
If such be indeed the inner
meaning of our rhyme, its com-
posers long ago saw the unfolding
course of events with remarkable
clarity, and the concluding verse
serves notice on our people's pres-
ent-day enemies that the day oi
reckoning for them must come,
and that they should liberalize
their hateful attitude to their
Jewish minorities. Could there be
Continued on Page 13-E
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Eilat Recalls the Spirit of Exodus
By BEN ZION
WANT to know how the children
of Israel felt and what they
saw as they first entered the
Promised Land?
Visit the Red sea port of Eilat.
That's where Moses and the Chil-
dren of Israel came in. The same
arresting, almost breath-taking
spectacle of sea married to moun
tain, the mountans of Moab. which
they beheld on entrance into the
land of Israel, will meet your eyes.
To be sure, there are innova-
tions. The Israelites had to wait
for the waters of the Red Sea to
divide, or for low tide, as some
might explain it, to pass over.
Today there are speed boats ply
ing the waters which you may-
hire. The children of Israel no
doubt would have liked those
glassbottom boats available today
in which one may view the exotic
fish in the water. Few seas have
as rich a marine life.
King Solomon's Mines
Many of the children of Israel
after the long trek in the wilder-
ness must have taken a dip in the
Red sea. The water is warm
sometimes warmer than the land
and ideal for skin diving. Un land,
one may continue his or her inter-
est in matters marine by visiting
J
'
U.S. Sen. George Smothers (left), of Florida, holds trowel,
Eliezer Shmueli, director of Secondary Schools of Israel, qi,
him instructions on how to apply cement to the cornerstone!
the first vocational school in Israel, in the town of Acre, whk
is also the first in a network of 30 to be built by the Isra
Education Fund, a program of the United Jewish Appeal.!
Smothers recently journeyed to Israel especially to c
the groundbreaking ceremonies at which he was feo
speaker.
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I April 16, 1965
-Jenlsli neridHan
Page 13-E
V^en, Marine Museum.
f .'v are the Timna copper
K ,' industrial resource
A apparently King Solomon
Advantage of. His sh.ps are
J oave reached as far as
BL one of the chief cargoes
iiave been copper. Some
L think that the visit of the
_Kf fliefca was not altogeUi-
KJ educational or social pur-
* solomon. of course was a
ated author oi a Book of
* and one likes to meet a
Hike that, but the Queen,
pi believe, came principally
ever a copper deal.
fmfcr Solomon. Eilat became
E2tfsaport. Even the destruc-
+4the Jewish nation by Rome
iMt bring an end to Eilat. We
, (hat, in the Middle Ages,
js considerable Jewish
jfcmt at Eilat. Its end "
the Crusaders and the
as. the Jewish community
["completely liquidated. Eilat
1 to exist When the Hagana
iaodern Israel's War for In-
cidence entered the city, it
J only one or two shacks
Jich dad harbored a few British
Khtary police
llV town, lone dead, has now
loiptpi ispects
I v c.f old.
j ng plans
[. the Rivi-
as beau-
I i to
| its own
tport T "! ls
| Cover ng
LIMM.V
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FR 9-9837
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GREETINGS
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rael Bonds, the King Solomon
mines are being worked again.
and Israel Bond money has helped
in the laying of the oil lines and
in the general promotion of the
town which seems assured of a
double importance, as port city
and resort town.
Night Life
There are modern hotels, such
as the Queen of Sheba Hotel and
the Eilat Hotel and the Hilton
and Sheraton chains; and a Miami
group is contemplating the erec-
tion of additional hotels. Eilat has
a considerable night life.
You can live as expensively as
you wish or as inexpensively. At
the Blue Fish, run by a former
sailor, ShimOH^rBiagradoff, the
lover of sea food will be delighted.
The manager urges those who
ii I Hi li SMitronno his plaeeMo
come a little hungry, as he likes to
serve tremendous portions. There
are other restaurants for those
who like Algerian and French
cooking.
Tell it not in Gath, the beat
niks have discovered Eilat. On
second thought, you may tell it in
Gath, for the mayor of Eilat Bays
ho is nt unhappy over the sprink-
ling of beatniks who have ar-
rived, lie thinks they may help
advertise the town to the world.
For the beatniks, nothing could
Eilat. It has j\i< the climate
and lai f< that he likes;
and hi uple ol I
oi work in the copper mines or
washing dishes in a hotel w ill cov-
er his expenses for the week.
An eight-hour trip by jeep from
Eilat around the Negev can be ar-
ranged, enabling one to observe
the miracle of revival now taking
place in that erstwhile wilderness.
Many of the tourists, themselves
investors in Israel Bonds, which
is providing the wherewithal for
this modern miracle, have a spe-
cial satisfaction in viewing this
development. Inside of them, they
can hear a voice saying, "I am
helping do all of this."
Chad Gadya

Contiunued from Page 11-E
a more fitting season at which to
give this, warning, than at the
Feast of Liberation^
But there appears to be one
major fallacy in this interpreta-
tion of Chad Gadya. In the poem,
the Kid is eaten by the Cat and
is not heard of again. Israel, un-
like its counterpart in the song,
has remained very much alive.
Babylon and Persia. Greece and
Rome, and all the nations that
have followed each other across
the pages of history, have none
their way; and the Jewish people
despite their oppressions and tyr.
has survived. Israel
flourishes today, the glory of its
resurrection giving living testimo-
nj to a resilience that the "only
Kid" never shows.
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Time On
Seder Night
Continued from Page 9-E
the Bible tells us and he pleaded
with God. "Send another. I am
slow of speech and slow of
tongue."
The Midrash tells us how this
impediment came about. The
daughter of Pharaoh had rescued
Moses and brought the child to
the palace where he was raised.
The infant one time began play
ing with the King's crown. The
priests were greatly alarmed.
Passion for Justice
A test was decided on^ Before
the child was place a jewel and
a coal. If the child picked the
coal, it would prove that no eso-
teric significance was to be read
into his actions, but if he reached
out for the jewel, it was a por-
tent not to be ignored.
Little Moses was about to take
the jewel, -when the angel Gabri-
el, seeing it, pushed him away
with such force as to permanently
impair his organs of speech.
So Moses was no speech maker.
What asset did he have?
I think his great quality was a
tremendious passion for justice.
The sight of the strong tyranniz-
Center is U.S. Sen. Margaret Chase Smith- ceiving Hadassah's Myrtle Wreath Achievement Awardl
a special luncheon in New York to spur membership ft {
dassah. Mrs. High Salpeter (left), Hadassah's national aJ
president of Hadassah, made the presentaton. Sen. S
was honored in recognition of her "contribution to
lightenment and progress of our society through her ac
ments as an outstanding woman in public life."
ing over the weak aroused him.
Several incidents in the Biblical
story point to this. He sees the
Egyptian mauling t h e Israelite
and he strikes at the Egyptian. He
sees one Israelite attacking an-
other a n d he intervenes.
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wish Rituals Understood by All
f
l mptian bondage, contains
//the elements of a great
.. A vigorous hero, the
]"t \|oses. arouses the will
.people to seek freedom to
to God. brings deadly
L on the ruling king, es-
b the night into the desert.
across a parted sea. watcn-
Lfc enemies drown in the same
i w rejoined, and sings a
, praise to God for salva-
[&d vear the story is re-told,
pes'of the child light up with
J ind fascination. Each' year
lKM(ifieK himself with his
i ancestors, and follows the
-dictum of feeling as
j# he himself were being
Bid-
fte involved process of match-
[fie right type of foods with
j right blessings and prayers
J readings, also stimulates the
ltd of the youngster. It is a
tEenge to him to know what
ato the Hillel Sandwich.
I wnat it represents; when to
i the fctfoses with the maror,
fen to have the maror with
Ik Which matza to take at
j time, when to make the
jsags, which ones to make.
{wnat to do with the matzoh
towards all these and other
f- i rite> keep the mind alert
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and the eye peeled to the action.
And1 yet, with it all, Passover
o;in only be appreciated on its
highest level by him who knows
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cept of freedom. The Seder ritu-
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perceptive mind of the adult who
reads and understands the lan-
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spun around the biblical verses,
who can' distinguish between the
biblical and rabbinic layers of
interpretation, and who has had
enough experience with that ca-
pricious mistress called Life to
appreciate the hardships and
toils of an enslaved people and
its newly acquired, sweef tast-
ing freedom.
The Seder is not a meaningless,
dry. repetitious drag to the stu-
dent of Jewish history, the Hebrew
language, biblical criticism, and
literary interpretation. Each year
brings the insights of a new com-
mentary on the Haggadah (of
which there are untold numbers
and kinds). Each year" brings us
closer to the in's and out's of
that pocket-sized booklet of etern-
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To the person who studies Tor-
ah, who loves to pore over the
holy books of Jewish law and lore,
ancient, medieval, and modern.
who can find his way through the
tortuous paths of the Seder rit-
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experience of Passover is a stim-
ulating, challenging, creative in-
terplay of mind, heart, and soul.
It is all there to be found, all
the treasures of the ages of man,
for young and old alike, if only
we want it enough to seek it and
to study it.
Conscience
Of Peretz
Continued from Page 7-E
Perctz. "Prince of the Ghetto,"
which I hope is still irf circulation.
1'nfortunately, neither of the
two Perete plays, so far as I
know, ever came tb us in. English
translation, and I can only ex-
press the hope that it won't be
long before such a rendering in
the vernacular will appear in
this country or in Britain.
But fortunately, Peretz' auto-
biagraphical memoirs, written
shortly before his death, have just
appeared in an English transla-
tion. It will, no dobut, be reviewed
in the leading literary magazines
and book supplements of this
country.
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