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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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-Jewish Floridian
38 Number 17
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 23, 1965
Three Sections Price 2C
Matvk Missiles Now Ready for Use in Israel
tfi |V1V-(JTA> The ground-to-rr Hrr|
i nrrli im I by Israel from the United States
K Wee Monday al their specially-prepared
IS Wined for the purpose In the United states.
Km official!} announced.
" T. Hawk, "ill increase the Israel. Arm) -
itorAlt force." Prime Minister Lev. Kshkol dc-
Cd Monday, a- he and Israel's other topmost
je!,ns,. chief* inspected the installat.ons.
The Hawks arrived recently at Haifa, brought
this country by a vessel owned by the El Yam
Shipping Company, w
hich had donated its services
to the Government. On hand to watch the un-
loading of the missiles which was done during
t-e night were Mr. Eshkot, Deputy Minister of
Defense Shimon Peres, Chief of Staff Yitihak
Rabin, and bthe> army and defense ministry offi-
cials. FrOlh the docks, the Hawks were tram-
ported to the previously prepared sites.
It took four years from the time negotiations
were first started with the United States Govern
mcr.t for the purchase of the Hawks until their
nnival here. Mr. Peres noted. Ill the interim. Is.
raelis were being trained in the United States for
the operation of these weapons The Hawks. In-
stated, would greatly strengthen Israels anti-aircrutt
defense system.
Mr. Eshkol. after observing that Israels deter-
rrni loree has now been strengthened, added: "It is
our aim to deter aggression, prevent attack on I*
rael and. at the same time, bo prepared to repulse
,iv attack. These Hawks have been integrated into
our military security line as its major deterrent
weapon against the enemy air force." The missiles.
i.c -aid. -are not the onlj babies possessed by the
Israeli army. While we have them now. we snail
see t<> it that other branches of the Israeli army are
also strengthened," he declared
ew Policy
lated On
East
AJCongress Will Test
LBJ School Aid Law
HOWARD AQUADRON
challenge 'violations'
llOSOPr-lr MM PAGf 13-A
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
ittSMNGTON JTA) The
ni e l .-'tales pol-
ilid :.' East
krged thi> week The policy is
to provide
fled arms to I-. at I and four
|ab natioi ;, iihile Israel is can
i use rest, ainl on the Jor
watei issue, and patience
desalii ati n i hjectives are
hie-, ed
tad 1 Sti said Israel
hern ttarne i i k.i l'u- IS. will
ion to pre- C^^m rinViioi|
I ttekade ol Israel's river OCt^Il meal
fer sources Thi s fficials view
immedUi thi -al to peace in
region a.....sing trom what
..- israi I plans to use
m eessary to bar
ibdiversii n <>l Jordan River tri-
lain-
ACODATH ISRAfl URGfS 'DISOWNING' PAGI 3-A
EDUCATORS APPROV PAG 15-A
NEW
Jewish
By Special Report
YORK The American
Congress announced this
week it would seek a prompt court
test of ihe constitutionality of pro.
visions In the Federal aid-to-educa
tion act jiving government aid to
religiously-controlled schools.
parochial schools. Under Title II
of the bill, S100 million will be al
located for textbooks and library
materials that are to go to
church-controlled and other pri-
vate non-profit schools as well
as to public schools.
I .S. Mazis
To I lie Peace
>) Provisions under which public
ol the organizations Commission
latest United States as*
tssnent sees Sino-Soviet t-
pnpts to penet.ate the Middle
Continued on Page 2-A
hurguiba
foys Nasser,
rito Knew
lPAR|S n \ President Ha
' el Tunisia renew-
appi ,i [oi .in end to Arab
' Is, His loscd this week
PI an leaders knew and
; I"1 intention to make
publicl) known.
. leader's latest .-f
:> an interview In 'he
F-tn weekly Nouvelle Observa-
i'th he reiterated his
*"" for a negotiated solution of
'"""wl-Arab dispute, .-p.-ciiical-
* urged an end to the bitter
1 *ich divides Arabs and
lMl1 tthitii leads the Arab
" fanaticism which will
"- the day when nego-
IUon *dl have to start."
"'rring t0 a recent visit to
.he declared: "I told Cairo
, ,n,ended to make my views
cly known, on condition that
** d no' ho accused of betray-
s the Arab cause. Everybody
F*. There were some differ-
" evaluation, but no seri-
ROCKWTU JffRED PACf 7-A
SACRAMENTO (JTA) The
California state Senate Judiciary
comn ittee approved unanimouslj
this week a bill to outlaw paramil
Uary organizations after receiving
n report from stale Attorney Gen-
eral Thomas Lynch urging action
gains) the American Nati Party
and other similar groups in the
slate
The Attorney General's report,
which described private army
loupg h "a threat to the peace
and -curity of our sta e." listed
also the Minute Men. the Black
Mi lims. ihe Nat! inal States Rights
Party and the California Rangers.
H s report was based on four years
,,: undercover pre** ol the groups.
De laring that the privi 'e army
groups were "tiny" in membership
ind Influence, and composed large-
ly of anti-Semitic and anti-Negro
Continued on Page 10-A
en Law and Social Action, said the
Jewish group strongly supported"'
Federal aid to public schools.
But he said AJCongress would
challenge "those parts of the
Morse-Perkins Act that violate
the First Amendment guarantee
of separation of church and
state."
Squadron said supporters of the
legislation had given repeated as-
surances during the debate on
the bill in Congress thai court tests
.it the measure could be brought.
We plan to take t.'.iem at their
word by supporting any test cases
that ma) be properly brought by
interested parties." he said.
Squadron >poke at a meeting of
ihe National Governing council of
the American Jewish Congress
i:. tent to parochial schools under
the program of pwmlementorv
educational centers. Under Title 111
i| the bill, another $100 million is
to be spent to make available re-
medial instruction, teaching mach-
ines, lair rator) equipment as well
a! teachi r and nier services to
Continued on Page 7-A
RfP. fMANUEl CHUR
suits available
Israel Wins Agreement
On Arms and Scientists
ere
In
Jew i
Kdy
ihe
t resolution, the American
h Congress policy-making
authorized participation by
organization's legal staff hi
cases designed
constitutionality
one or mere test
m challenge the
oi
1 ) Provisions under which text-
books purchased with Federal
funds will be made available to
Catholic, Protestant and Jewish
JERUSALEM iJTAi Fn
grcemenl has been reached ir.
talks between West Germany's
special em'ssary and Israeli Gov-
ernment leaders on conditions for
establishment of diplomatic rela-
tions between the (wo countries, it
km announced this week as the
';onn envoy. I)r Kurt Birrenbach
it for Germany. Under the ajff*e-
ier We.-t Germany has agre I
( nnplele the final part 0
. shipment ol several million d<
,r's we:i'i of weapons to larae.
tuit through a third party
The agreement also provides i r
S4O.OOO.O00 in West German econ tm
ie aid to Israel annually. It was
B 1*0 reported that the agieenu ll
incorporates a solution for the pro
1,-m of West German scientists and
technicians wi rking on advanced
weapons 55 stems tor Presidert Nas-
ser in Egypt The West German
F.ml as*y will be located in Tel
\\i\ Ni nes oi ambassadors have
n.ii yef been submitted.
The agreement will be present
ed for ratification to the next ses-
sion of the West German Cabinet
and to Israel, with a joint com-
munique expected within two
weeks. The communique, it was
understood, will avoid any dec I a
Continued on Page 8 A
r
'mum
Ribicoff Resolution to Go Unopposed
1 1 1 !..,< .1___;.!...! ,. (.. .,!>;... f.t -wl inti.tn tn tli.n'i the AP re>MH in Nsw
Continued on Pa
ge 9 A
WASHINGTON (JTA) State
Dcpartmeni spokesman Robert Mc
donkey said this week that the De-
partment had decided not to oh-
feet to the Ribkoff resolution which
provides for Congressional condem-
nation Of Soviet anti-Semitism. It
was learned that Hie State Depart-
ment in view of criticism ol ts
opposition to the Ribicoff resolu
tion, n< ed the deterioration in
American-Soviet relations and felt
that Ihe previous reasons for I oil-
ed Slates opposition to the resolu
tion no longer applied.
lias now been decided that.
while he resolution may not have a
significant effect, Ihe Department
feels thai it can DO longer object.
Mr. McCloskey said that the De-
partment's views were contained in
a letter by AssMant Secretary oi
State Douglas MacArthur 2nd. to
Chairman J. W. Fulbright of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
tee, who bad requested the cur-
rent position on ihe pending me
sure. Mr. MncAilhur stated that.
alter weighing possible advantages
ainst disadvantages, it had been
deciiled not to object to adoption
Ol he Ribicoff draft at this time
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin, Chief
Rabbi of Moscow, meanwhile
told the Associated Press in
Moscow that his Central Syna-
gogue has no library or Hebrew
school, and that applicants for
the Yeshiva in his congregation
from other parts of the Soviet
Union cannot come to the capital
because there is no place for
them to live in the crowded city,
and residence permits are refused
to them, the AP reported in New
York this week.
The la-t graduating class of the
iv 'iiv a completed its studies there
hrce years ago, Rabbi Levin told
he American news agency, the
lass oi "less than JO," in.luded a
w rabbis, seliochtim and cantors
be 1 < port -tatcd.
The rabbi also said, ace rding
o tile report, that no Hebrew prav
r books have been printed in the
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 2-A
* k h i*. t flcrMiari
I^ay. April
New U.S. Middle East Polu
Apparel Industry report luncheon for the 1965 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal brings together two leaders in the Industry and
Residents campaigns. Shown is Max Weitz (left), of Sybil's
Women Shops, and a co-chairman of the Seacoast Towers
Residents drive, receiving an award from John N. Serbin, of
Serbia, Inc., honorary chairman of the Apparel Industry cam-
paign and 1965 Residents Division chairman.
Beachite Will
Be Cited At
Bayf ront Concert
Seventeenth anniversary of the
State of Israel will lie marked with
a concert in honor of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami by
Caesar La.Monica on Wednesday,
May 5. 7:45 p.m.. at Bayfront Park.
Morris Epstein, of 1410 Euclid Ave.,
is responsible for the concert fea-
turing Israeli and Yiddish songs.
Epstein came here from Long
Island, N.Y., seven years ago.
Pour years ago, he approached
Judge Henry Balaban with the
proposal that the popular Caesar
LaMonica outdoor concerts fea-
ture an annual program for the
' Jewish Community. They have
been presented ever since.
For his efforts, Epstein will be
presented with a Key to the City,
with Judge Balaban among hon-
ored guests at the function.
Also invited have been~Miami
\ Mayor Robert King High, Dade
Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami City
! Commissioners David Kennedy,
' Steven Clark, Sidney Aronovitz and
Alice Wainright.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association, will officially rep-
resent the Jewish community.
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Continued from Page 1-A
East as not successful and Presi-
dent Nassar as indicating a
friendlier response to the United
States.
The State Department has (mind
, trrmula tor making a -very
limited" raspimse lo Israel's arms
need* in a way that prove least of-
ten*.\v to the Arabs. 'Pie new pol-
icy would withhold major arms but
make minor shipments, on a case-
Ifty-cass basis, to Jordan, Lebanon
Saudi Arabia, and Iraq, as well as
Israel. The quantities will be
modest" in all caatt.
The shipments to Israel will not
be on the scale of Soviet military
equipment received by Egypt. The
reason given is that the national
security interests of the United
States require the avoidance of a
Soviet trap, in which the Russians
would like to see America linked
with Israel in an arm race, while
the Arabs turn to Moscow for arms
and training.
The new policy will create a
situation in which both the United
Stales and the Soviet Union are
supplying the Arabs. It is apparent
that the United States response
to Israel*s needs will be exceed-
ingly reluctant, cautious, and
probably far below Israeli's actual
requirements. America is deter-
! mined not to link itself openly
with Israeli security requirements.
The arms sent to Israel will be
on piecemeal basis, accompanied
by simultaneous shipments to
Eyemen Name
Dr. Pushkin
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, of Miami,
has been appointed to a key past
in the Southern Council of Optom-
etrists for 1965-66. it was announced
by Dr. Henry V. Sawyer, Marion,
S.C., president.
He will serve as a member of
the Resolutions Committee.
Dr. Pushkin is past president ol
[the Dade County Optometric As-
sociation and present first vice
i president of the Florida Optometric
Association.
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Oculists' Preset iptioni Filled
CONTACT LENSES
the surrounding Arab states. Ex-
perts have advised President
Johnson that Premier Levi
Eshko! will accept the State De-
partment's formulation in pub-
lic terms, but will strive behind
the scenes to appeal directly to
the President.
U.S. officials contend privately
that Israel has nj real objection to
American arms sales to Jordan,
Lebanon. Iraq, and Saudi Arabia.
According to these officials. Israel
interested in Jordanian internal
stability: Lebanon poses no real
threat to Israel; Iraq is removed
by geography and concerned with
other problems; while Saudi Arabia
is embroiled with Egypt in the Ye-
man dispute. Also, it was said here,
the Israel Government does not
want to see these countries turn to
Communist sources for arms.
The State Department is current-
ly hopeful for a stabilization of the
region, but is deeply concerned
lest Israel undermine present
trends by armed action in the water
dispute. Officials have pointed out
that the latest studies show that
the cost of converting sea water
may prove very economical, and
that it might be available within
five years.
President Johnson is depicted
as believing that the Joint U.S.-
TERMITES
SWARMING?
Israel desalination pro> 1
I" Progress nu, ^"M
Wattr problem. Meanwhil,
hoped that ls,4t| wl(,"e/.
patience and restr,in, ,
water issue despte Arab
cations.
v ih*r n, tende*
merged here conwrteajj,
appu 'i nsion v< !--jeli m_
removes was nance h]
'''' '--i'' standing ..vmfa
support [arael m eveni of'
Youth Study Sessions
Next in the series of sti
sions for the youth of tJ
EmanuEl will beheVonfls?
4 p.m.. at Dr. Irving u
'home. Mrs. Murry MaisH,
man of the Youth Vommissia
r.ounced. Participants are
, and junior Ugh school studen
terested in broadening their ft
' horizons by further study.
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, April
23. 1965
rjewlslincrldiari
Paqe 3-A


f *j
W* ^1
, Ijvt 1 fl JHB
Warsaw Ghetto's
22nd Anniversary
of YM-YWHA diqnitsui^s con- former "Y" president, and toastmaster of the
119 PaulPFaske (center) on his accept- dinner; Samuel Seitlin, a vice president of the
jut, nre-idency of the "Y" at the aqen- "Y." and dinner chairman; and Sidney Lef-
' nl mee'inq and installation last court, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
tCnuit to right are Herschel Rosenthal, Federation, and installinq officer.
^norarv orescent; Stanley C. Myers, a__________________________________________________
idath Israel Raps AJCong. Test
By Special Reprt
L -,0RK A call to the en-
\k\.ti community to "pub-
hon the American Jewish
Bkfor gruu'U damaging th-e
a .mage by ii.- ilie-hard bat-
fiiast the niontlypassed
ltd law" was i-sued at an
,Rh')' neeting here of the Ex-
jw Board of Agudath Israel
ftawica. national Orthodox
t movement
I OKlaration came as a fast
__to the announcement by
lismcan Jewish Congress that
kM challenge the constitution-
f of the Administration's edu-
,-.r law.
i .Otement issued after the
if, Rabhi Morn.- Sheror. ex-
( Ice president of Agudath
announced that a national
I lawyers committee will now
jar-zed to legally repell every'
Iklgainsl ih,^ law bj the Amer-
| Jewish Congress, The new
group will he organized
chapter^ in order effect-
Mr meet every challenge that
|ina in state courts
statement issued by tho
icy meeting of the Agu-
i Israel Executive Board de-
ls: 'The attempt by a Jewish
ItiMition to thwart the will of
I United States Congress, rep-
resenting the consensus of the
entire American people, does ir-
reparable damage to the inter-
ests of the Jewish community in
this country. While several other
non-Orthodox Jewish groups reg-
ittered their opposition to the Ad-
ministration's education bill in
advance of the vote in the House
and Senate, they have accepted
the decision of our nation's elect-
ed representatives.
The American Jewish Congress,
therefore, represents only an iso-
! lated group which persists in going
to extremes in fighting for the doc-
trine of church-state separation,
even in those areas where the w ill
of our nation has been expressed.
"In the light ol this drastic step
taken by the American Jewish
Congress, the entire Jewish com
munity should publicly disown this
group for the harm that it has in-
flicted upon the Jewish image in
the United States. The rash action
Of this group s.T\e> as grtflt for
the mills >>t those elements who
would defame the Jewish charac-
ter," the Agudath Israel statement
declares
"The education aid bra la a his-
toric milestone in providing qual-
i ity and equality for the educational
needs of all school children, with-
out discrimination as to the type
I of school attended. Its provisions
will only benefit the children of
i our nation, and not any of the re-
'ligious schools.
The United States Congress has
i spoken and the President has
signed this historic document into
law let us now work together
' to implement this law for the wel-
fare of the entire American edu-
' cational structure." the statement
1 conclude*.
WARSAW (JTA The 22nd
anniversary of the Jewish uprising
;gainst the Nazi Army in the War-
aw Ghetto was commemorated
Monument of the Ghetto Fighters.
he work of the famous sculptor
Nathan Rapaport, which stands in
he section of the city where the
lews put up their heroic fight
against the German military might.
The participants then marched
n silence through the streets
named for Mordecai Anilewicz and
Josef Levartowsky, the leaders of
the ghetto revolt, and proceeded to
the street named "The Road of the
Ghetto Fighters."
The Polish Ministry of Culture
agreed here Monday that a spe-
cial Jewish exhibit be erected at
the site of the former Auschwitr
concentration camp, and that Is
rael be represented on the com-
mittee to plan the Jewish exhibit.
The agreement was made be-
*
tween the Ministry and Steohan
Grajek, head of Israel's delega-
tion to an assembly held here by
the International Conference of
the Auschwitz Organization and
Underground Fighters.
Five European countries in ad-
dition to Israel were represented
at the assembly, where the estab-
lishment of several exhibits was
discussed as part of the permanent
shrine at Auschwitz.
Mr. Grajek, who had urged the
planning of a Jewish exhibit at the
?former murder camp for the last
two year-, was elected a member
of tlie Conference executive com-
mittee.
Chicago Club Meeting
Chicago Club will hold a meeting
at 7:30 p.m.. Sunday, in the Deau-
ville Hotel's Napoleon Room. In
charge of arrangements is Howard
Mesh.
MRS. SAM EDELMAN
of Miami Beach and Philadelphia
wishes to thank her friends and relatives
for their thoughtfulness
on Hie passing of her beloved mother
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Volume 38 Number 17
Fridav. April 23, 1965
21 Nisan 5725
The End of Passover
The final days of the Passover observance
rinq to a conclusion Judaism's most richly
symbolic holiday.
The Passover celebration of the exodus
horn Egypt is rooted in Jewish liturqv daily and
'.".roughout the year as an expression of our
-.;.-. relentinq determination to be free.
In this sense, Passover bespeaks man-
id's qeneral drive toward self-determination
which is so characteristic of the world in which
-. e live today.
Hence, the final days of the holiday Friday
c .d Saturday are as meaninqful in our own
as they were when Moses first led the
c ..cient Isiaelites from bondaqe.
With Passovei ended, we beqin the seven-
eek period prior to the advent of Shavuot.
: e occasion of our receivinc the Ten Com-
r.andments on Mt. Sinai, av. occurrence sua-
c eating that freedom also involves responsibil-
the moral imperative to live the prin-
c pies oi democracy and not alone to mouth
them.
Fear of an Image'
Poin'ed efforts over a number of years
have attempted to eradicate as a stereotyped
entification that Miami Beach is a "Jewish
resort.'' These efforts seem to continue. They
express the sentiments of many persons of
c pinion, some of whom surprisinqly are in-
volved either semi-officially or officially in the
city's comunity life.
Sadly, a qood number are themselves
Jewish, who apparently have become super-
sensitive to the impact of such an "imaqe" on
the qrowth of Miami Beach.
We must take exception to this type of
thinkmq. Desipte the shadow-boxinq, which
c:ms at what can only be a theoretical re-
striction of the number of Jews who visit Miami
Eeach the area is still qrowinq. If is difficult
I understand how such persons will justify
'..eir reasoninq in today's world, where democ-
racy and the brotherhood of man are, we trust,
more than wordy principles.
In point of fact, the economic structure of
our community depends upon the volume of
collars spent here, and we fail to see the dif-
ference as to whose the dollar is. Those of our
fellow citizens elsewhere in the nation who will
make their choice of a winter vacation spot
the basis of how many Jews It attracts are
I the kind of people we particularly want
jcininq us, for however briefly, in our commun-
Whatever the motives behind these re-
ceive efforts, hundreds ol millions of do!'
have been and continue to be invested in new
cani Beach hotels and housinq of
all sorts throuqh qcod and bad seasons
reqardless of the fear of "images." Besi.
ireing aqainst the spirit o: the times and c
mon decency, tuch sentiments fail to square
Ih the area's qrow
We are qrieved to see so many spokesmen
here, self-appointed and otherwise, make pub-
lic statements about the consequences upon the
season of the larqe number of jews who choose
our community for their vacations. Miami
Beach and its environs have an international
reputation for its becutv as a resort city. It
does not have to cater to biqoted attitudes for
i's popularity.
Speaking for Brethren
The fears we expressed in these columns
several weeks aqo about the bakinq of mat-
zoh in the Soviet Union have apparently been
realized.
As in years past. Soviet Government prop-
aqanda aqencies started months before Pass-
over to let the world know that its Jewish com-
munity would be permitted to bake matzoh for
the holiday indeed would be assisted in
the task.
Then came word that the Jews of Kiev were
during
the week
.. as| see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Friday, April 23,
A SOUTH |
encc on Soviet !..,
Temple Israel Z l/ek?
film entitled The pL 1
Silence" an, ca^upH
statement catting 2m71
cow "to eliminate "
Jcw,sn character of Z'
cai campaign aMilJ
nom.c crime.,; ,0 S
ish education i "ij
tural institutions and Jewish artistic IHte^^eSS J1wish ,
Jewish religious life: to allow religious and cultural L?^S*"
ish communities of the world; to permit separate I "t?">
to be reunited; (and) to undertake a vigorous SStfiS. 'an
against anti-Semitism." "'"lauonul camr
To strengthen the charges implied in the protest ik. ,
Chautauqua Societv film, narrated bv Edward C r i ltv*
mented a variety of events in the Soviet Union demonsXa.*
systematic Kremlin campaign against its Jewish citizen8
tion of 24 noted Yiddish writers in 1952; the reduction in hi ^
of synagogues from some 450 to 97 last vear the unieit.n .*
bidjan as an exclusively Jewish settlement in I'm ,, ,
Jeda&a me^>0ft.J*wmHtW, *,,. than teri &?
enure community, and no synagogue the last
1957. the originally-vaunted experiment in
tarianism a total failure.
One can go on and on: the absence of adequati ,<,,
matzoh for Passover; the huge sports stadium
untold thousands of Jews came to watch an i
Stood up tearfully to sing Matikvah. and left Immediat,
had come in their anguish merelj to see the Israi
anthem, not really to watch the (fame; a drum on .
department store priced at SO rubles, one ol it.
made from a Torah scroll, the implication there
apparent
DERHAPS ONE OF the mosl eloquent momen
Robinson's quotation from "Babi \.. b; I
who celebrated the site where a
slaughtered by the Nazis during World War II
vowed to erect a monument aa a memorial to l
where only a garbage dump now mark- thi
| take oil mj cap and feel I m slowly turnii
old man lying dead each child shot Tl
Battle of the Warsaw GhettoApril, 1943
already beinq denied the riqht. Now. on the
concludinq days of Passover, the whole uqly
story is out: 'he restrictions have been both pro-
found and humiliatinq.
Once aqain, Soviet Jews were victims of an
increasingly frank Kremlin campaiqn to de-
stroy the Jewish cultural heritaqe and tradition.
Matzoh on the occasion of Passover is merely
symbolic of the larger qenocidal Soviet war
aqainst Judaism, which has included the ban-
ninq of Yiddish theatre, publications and the
open and frank expression of Jewish thouqht
and practice, no less than a sinqlinq out of
Jews in the unrelentinq Communist war aqainst
alleqed "economic crimes."
In this reqard, Greater Mamians met at
Temple Israel last week to view a film entitled
"The Price of Silence," a documentary des-
cribinq the pliqht of Soviet Jewry.
The Miami meetinq was part of a develop-
ing national and even international pattern no
longer to remain silent, but rather to inform the
world on the Soviet Union's qenccidal pla
The price of silence is, indeed, hiqh: some
three-million Jews who dare not speak for
mselves, and who are virtual prisoners be-
hind the Iron Curtain.
Challenge to Ecumenism
The Vatican may have had the last word
on Pope Paul's Lenten sermon; but this hcrdlv
means that people dedicated to the soil it of
religious freedom will not continue to react with
..Udeiment and even disturbance a' what
the Pope said on the occasion of his Passion
Sunday talk.
We must view as a traqic challenqe to the
very meaninq of Ecumenism the inflammatory
substance of the Pope's talk. For what he had
to say neqates not alone the essence of the
Doctrine on the Jews but also the entire moral
tone inherent in the riqhtinq of historic wronqs
.0 nobly bequn by the late Pope John XXIII.
We can consider the Lenten sermon a
"seasonal" vestiqe of the peat a conclusion
that is bad enouqh. But its neqative impact on
the Jewish Doctrine seems even more dis-
astrous.
s> *
Despite the prevailinq Ecumenical spirit. Dr.
Charles Y. Glock, director of the Survey Re-
search Center at the University of California,
still found it necessary to tell a meeting at
Loyola University of Catholic and Protestant
clergymen and educators that "the notion that
the Jewish people have responsibility for the
death of Jesus is still distressingly alive and a
critical factor in perpetuating anti-Semitic prej-
udice."
"burned do ,
l"mn'':' huraj
Ml
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Russia1
.
I'm oi
rjg|
outcry against the growing evidence ol Soviet ant ., f
lioi ized him throughout the world back in 1961
Henrj Siegman, executive ol the National C01 ReUtfej
Advisory Council, guest at the Miami conferenci
at Temple Israel when he detailed the mounting Rus>
the sharp reaction abroad to its anti-Jewish policie- ferriM
the dwindling of Jewish cultural expression in the S liet, he nod
at the same time the recent publication, the first in I tears,of
official Yiddish work entitled Azoi Leben .Mir" This'is lion-
Live" brought out in 15.000 copies Said Siegman There
some half-million Jews in Moscow alone few if any ol uhom can I
the volume." But. he added, the Four Corners Bookshop in New Y
regularly advertises "Asoi Leben Mir" in the Time- which clear]
proves thai its purpose is to propagandize abroad rath r than to fe
the Yiddish cultural needs of Soviet Jewry.
Insisting that protests like the meeting in Miami can do _
he emphasized an unprecedented occurrence In Russia the v
drawal of the infamous Kttchlco book. "Judaism Without EmbeS
ment," following the worldwide outcry against its v. Jiki rach
An even more immediate case in point is the cum it isue
Life," published by the Soviet Union in WsVshington, D C. Siign
suggested that, almost uniformly throughodi the pas) -,\ months,
magazine has printed articles on Jews in an effort to counteract
impact of the protests against Moscow's anti-Semitism
THE APRIL ISSUE, for example, carries a cover in CO -'lomnj
family presumably seated at a Seller table hot.:
candles and wine. The implication, of course, is that
surprised: it is a common enotifni phenomenon "ai I
Moscow 's .leu ',s'i families
in the magazine's Editorial Opinion column, a < H Blinkl
of Chicago, protests the need tor Jews '"to list as nat
identification cards the fad thai they an Jews." Rei cditomj
such a waj that one can herd!) understand: ". when !
says he is a Jew, he is saying, *Mj nationality is Jew if '"''
Met citizen says he is Russian, he is saying
Russian.' In the former case this does not
il is | ofes i g Judaism as his religion anj n on I
it mi .hi- the individual embraces thi 1
..'. ins. the .lit rs suggest "Mis in lei
om the I that the i \ i-. o\ identl;
m the USSR an USA." One can onlj dd E<
There would be little poinl in documenting mo i
Chautauqua Society film, which was produced bj I '
icar Hebn w Con rogations or to offt r more e\ i
ties toward Western opiniot s j
from the widenin Sino-Soi lei rift '
deuce ol Communist Parties elsewhere Certainlj
tin existence ol the sensitivity; one musl nut I
and doe- help
I am SIMPLY wondering about the form our protesl
Last week's meeting seemed more like an Amencan ]
pitch despite the suggested program here involving \
ter faith demonstrations .1 proposed mass me<
the National Eternal Light Vigil scheduled fi r Washin / 1 J|1!U'|1
The question is no longer to prove the existence
inc c|ui'siion is no longer 10 prove tile exisienee ii
in the Soviet Union and to make Mhe leas Interested "u' -,.
Lam. It is rather how to make our protests count 'i!'1 '"'"'
fashion As I see it, the methods adopted until now are oiitiiiodf
terms oi current Russian reelpolitlk. ,
We ought to begin, for example, with the proposition -tati'il'"
April issue of -Soviet Lite" that .lews ". were partiCUlSlV
eU] discriminated against In Czarist times." In effect oturui
siaii propaganda would have us believe that anti-Semitism |ln.
over bom the era when "Czarist Russia was rightly called lu'p'
ot nations' That is why the complete elimination ot nationa
pression was one of the main tasks of the Socialist RevolUUS
Russia." ,.,j
We may recognize both the political motive and the base of this view; it may indeed be as absurd U the weasel-WOroeO Wiu ^
explanation of the stamping of Jew on identity can!- But 1
lev. i'i. less, and if we are truly interested ill
Rut
s-ian view ne'. v.
the three million Jews locked behind the Soviet Great Wall, .
learn to play the game accordingly. The antidol,' -
meeting here last week is a reflection, of tbe pn '"',v(1
opposite proved ineffective as long ago as during the Kitiei -
I'oi- more on this next week


. April 23
1965
+-k\%istHtridUc*r
Paqe 5-A.
Businessmen Quiz Arab Bar
ibbi Leon Kronish (riqht) speaks to Henry Sieqman, Na-
I tonal Community Relations Advisory Council executive, at.
I me South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry held Apr. 15
-t Temple Israel, with representatives from over 300 orqan-
i at'erdinq. ____
am Goldstein to be Honored at ADL
xecutive Com. Meeting on Tuesday
**
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$4* COlOSTf/N
wntown Club
sets Levin
l*1" Levin has been elected
jfcnl t.t (he now ly-chartered
Mi Downtown Optimist Club.
"iry E, Hershi; and Sidney A.
t were elected ice presidents,
1 Milton Bea. .,. named .--

'.....-ganization is
lub formed in
and will hold week-
I lings at the lie-
iatT Hel.
as directors of the 40-
group were William A.
Mi!- Mlil"li < mrni.ssioner
jVa Kennedj. Sheldon N. Lei-
2 'duI Rasmussen, Earl F
~< and Prank Yanaros.
Sam A Goldstein ha? been se-
lected t" receive the Graphic His-
tory of the Jewish Heritage Award
by the Florida Regional Office of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nal B'rith.
The presentation will he made
at an Executive Committee meet-
ing of the Florida AOL on Tuea
day noon at the McAllister Hotel
The award it being made under
the sponsorship of The Jewish
Flondian and Joseph Schlang,
president of th Graphic History
of the Jewish Heritage.
Goldstein has been selected t>>
m reive the award "for contribu-
tions made over a period f m re
than g< n rati n to the work of
bettering human relations in Lh
Si nth as .i whole and m Florida
in Particular."
Th.' award cities Go! Istein for
his dedication, service and phi-
Ian hropy, which have earned him
the respect and love Of the people
v\ith whom lie ha.s come In contact
and with win m he has labored."
i, itdstein is a trustee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
past chairman of the Florida Re-
gional Board of the ADL and on
fessional Division of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce
A member of the Civic League
of Miami, he is alt* a member
B'nai B'rith, Mahi Shrine and the
Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach.
A native of Atlanta. Ga., Gold-
Stein has made his home here for
the past 20 years. He is past preai
dent of Temple Israel and a trustee
ri Mt. Sinai Hospital. He is also a
past president of the South Florida
Union of American Hebrew Con-
pegattons.
WASHINGTON (JTAl The
United states Department of Com-
merce disclosed this week that
many firms had requested informa-
tion on "the nature and practices"
I the Aral) boycott, and that the
Department has endeavored to as-
sist blacklisted companies.
Rep. Leonard Fubstein, New
York Democrat, who had written to
the Commerce Department on this
issue, said he would press lor early
action on his bill and companion
measures, seeking to amend the
Export Control Act to include pro-
visione for resisting the boycott.
In a letter to Rep. Farbstein,
chairman of the House Foreign
Affairs Subcommittee on foreign
economic policy, Thomas G. Wy-
man. Assistant Secretary of Com-
merce for Domestic and Interna-
tional Business, told of difficul-
ties experienced by American bus-
iness as a result of the Arab boy-
cott. The Department said that,
because the Government does not
recognize the boycott, no list of
boycotted firms could be pro-
vided.
The Department receives re-
(jiiests for advice from linns asked
by the Arabs to provide informa-
tion on their dealings with IsraoJ.
Most firms naturally regard this
as an unwarranted intrusion into
their private business affairs," he
stated.
Mr Wyman said that the majority
of firms do not advise the Com-
merce Department of their final
action. However, he declared,
blacklisted firms ask assistance.
Such cases, he said, are reviewed
,and "then, through the Foreign
Ser\ ice. we make representations
against the boycott action to the
government of the appropriate Arab
state." Mr Wyman noted: "We feel
that there has been success through
this type of approach."
Meanwhile the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee voted to put
, Congress on record as demand-
ing an immediate halt in aid ship-
ments to any country, like Egypt,
which allows United States pro-
perty to be damaged by mob a:
tion.
The committee acted on a pro-
posal by Sen. Vance Hartke. I i-
:iiana Democrat, who felt that t
recent burning of the John F. Ki I
nedy Memorial Library in Cai I
should not be tolerated. Tie me;
ore voiced the sense of Congre-s
but is not mandatory.
News Columnist Elected
P. William Burke, president -t
Variety Children's Hospital, h I
announced the appointment
news columnist Jack Bell of t *
Miami Herald, as vice president
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More than 100 members of the Corps of Patrons-Hosts for the
Israel Independence Day Dinner to be held May 2 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel were guests at a reception given by Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle at the Imperial House lat week. Shown
are Mr. and Mr*. Carl Weinkle greeting Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Hecht and Rabbi Leon Kronish. who will be installed as chair-
man of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organisation at the
dinner, succeeding incumbent Chairman Leonard Ro*en.
Gordon Serves As Moderator
Sen. Pa store Guest Speaker at krael
Bond 17th Birthday Independelte Dinner
United States Sen. John O. Pa-
store, of Rhode Island, a foremost
champion of Israel in Washington
and known as one of the country's
top orators, will be guest speaker
at the community-wide Israel In-
dependence Day Dinner to be held
on Sunday evening. May 2, at the
Kontaineblcau Hotel.
The Israel Independence Day Din-
ner is the community's traditional
celebration of the anniversary of
Israel's statehood and serves to
launch the annual Israel Bond
campaign in Greater Miami and
the Stat<* -wt b loud a.
Representing the government
of Israel will be E. Zev Sufott,
Emissary of Israel and a leading
spokesman of Israel's Foreign
Ministry.
Spearheading plans for the din-
ner is a committee headed by
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond organi the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
ration: Samuel Friedland and Jack Senator Pasture had a decisive part
A. Cantor, honorary chairmen; Sid- :in adoption of the Civil Rights
sin. jomh pastore
.Tack D Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, served as mod-
erator of the conference of the
University ot .Miami's Center for
Advanced Studies and the Ameri-
can Histadnil Cultural Exchange
Institute at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel recently. The conference fo-
cused its discussions on the eco-
nomic and social development of
Latin America.
Gordon, who is an advisor to the
Central American Bank for Eco-
nomic Integration and a l.S State
Department consultant, was recent-
ly in Quito Ecuador, as a dole-
gate to the Third Intor-Amor-
Ican Savings and Loan Conference
and spoke on "The Formation of a
Secondary Mortgage Market in
Central America."
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WORKMEN'S CIRCLE CHORUS
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ANNUAL CONCERT
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SOLOISTS:
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Monday Night, May 3rd, at 8 p.m.
Location: 163rd Street and 11th Avenue
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Call Wl 7-7528 for Reserved Seats
ney D. Ansin, chairman of Trustees
of Israel; Carl Weinkle. chairman
of the Corps of Patrons-Hosts; Jack
S Popick. chairman of Uic board;
Shepard Broad, chairman. Banks
and Fiduciaries; and Mrs. Ann..
Brenner Myers, chairman of the
Women's Division.
The Israel Independence Day
Dinner will be the occasion for the
inauguration of Rabbi Leon Kron
i.-h as chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond organisation to
succeed Leonard Rosen. Rabbi
Kronish has achieved wide-
spread recognition for his role on
benalf of Israel Bonds as national
chairman for Synagogues and
lt-niples.
Sen. Pastore has been a mem-
ber of the U.S. Senate since 1*50
and is chairman of the Joint
I Congressional Committee on
Atomic Energy.
A leading figure in the parsing
Workmen's Circle
Plans Activities
This week's activity among the >
i Workmen's Circle branches of
Greater Miami includes a meeting
of Meyer London Branch 28 on Fri-
day. 2 p.m.. in the Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association,
12M Washington Ave. Mr. Hyman
Goldberg, secretary, said members
will participate in a Passover pro-,
gram.
Branch 1059 will meet on Sunday. '
8:30 p.m., in the Normandy Isie ]
Branch of Miami Beach Federal ,
Savings and Loan Association. Elec
tions will be held for the coming
year. A special program in memory
ot the Warsaw Ghetto Jews has
been prepared by Max Greenberg.
chairman.
I. L. Peretz School Board will
conclude its lecture series on Tues.
day. 8 p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St. Max
Gleiberman. school director, will
be speaker Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Rubinstein. 4425 Prairie Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, are host for the eve-
ning's refreshments.
North Dade Branch 1064 will hold
a meeting in honor of the Warsaw
Ghetto Jews on Sunday. 7:30 p.m..
in the Auditorium of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation. 699 N'E 167th St.
bill. For more than a decade, Sena-
tor Pastore has been involved in a
myriad of matt
world peace and the JL
of atomic energy.
He was a member of th. I
Stales Ddagation .oVh?'
Nations General *emu
served as ,hc DelegSJ*
s.onal Adviaor n .he estabh
J T lnU''"a>ional
Energy Agency
In addition to s.-, vino or,-,.
Atomic Committee, sen P
assigned to the Senate Co
on Appropriation 8Kj Cfl
H- also plays a leading ^
Senate Democratic Pofa
tee. ^
Prior to his election to t
Senate. Sen. Pastore had
for five years as Goven
Rljode Island. A nowerM
Sen. Pastore was Preside-. 1
don B. Johnson's persona! oi
to deliver the keynote ,
Since the Israel lnd
Day Dinner is primarily a
tion. the evening ill few
appearance of the Hora Fa
Dancers and the Israeli En*
in a special program for t
sion.
Music for dinner and
will be pro\ ided by the Per-v!
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23, 1965
fjf-nisl> lla id ton
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t installation ceremonies of Harmony ed (left to right) are Bernard Langberg. foun-
B'ncr B riih, held in the Algiers Hotel der president; Judge Norman H. Goldstein, in-
iandina (left to rightl William Gerstein, coming president; and Michael I. Ross, past
Kave, Hy Astor. Phillip Friedman. Mar- president.
j Bel Marcus and Lester Sher. Seat-
[Cong. Will Test LBJ School Aid
Cwtinutd from P9 1-A
whether he attends public or t ion with any one religious sroup
hurch-supported schools during _so tna( the programs and the
and non-profit private ne roBU|ar school day." he de- i premises are truly community-
lared. ba*ed, so that all diildren may feel
"But such help should be given cumfor table and so that no parents
>nly in places where there are no win" as a matter of faith or con-
:i'lisio'is syni'- -K no religious aarb science feel barred from using
\orn bv teachers and no identifies- these centers.'
, -Dual enrollment" or shared
f arrangements authorized un-
Ithe bill t 'he extent that they
lathe commingling" of pub-
parochial school faculty,
biues or administration
ictwl facilities and services
|jhTb\ public funds should re
i mder the exclusive control
ibhc Minorities the Amen-
j^wL-h Congress leader de-
Bdrcn quoted a statement
[Ike debate in the measure
lath26.lW.il>> Rep. Kmanuel
Dem-NY chairman of
House Judiciary Committee,
. (here is no aspect ol this
ihich raitas iatuea of any
snee in the field <>f church
(that will no) be tubjeel to
I review
f, Clkr also told th* House
. in many cas* State
Wrt' suit* will be available
i mains of obtaining judicial
w, tvtntually leading to ra-
the Supreme Court of
I United States."
fquadron declared The Amen.'
i political system tests on the
kimpuon thai the courts are re-
I by the Constitution t>> strike
unconstitutional legislation.
the court have thai i> war,
led Lunds
violation <>i
lOmstitul
' I :i\ |
ii the
*rtins b nusl in- re-
' the
n guarantee
* Bl1' "i I si roded t<>
'Punt ol extinction.
*'' hope, therefore, that the
j and state education off!
' have supported the lull
^Icome rather than reshct
wedings and thai they
H,/'?"" resort to an)
'"' devu,'~ that would ob-
ie final resohaUon ol this
1 w proper forum the
J*J ?"encin Jewish Con-
2"*IWl ,hai Fedaral funds
^Mucition and fight poverty
.wsently needed, but th.y
' W only to those public
*.T ,. poblic institutions
^ t0 H citizens.
LAUGHID OFF STAGE
Ohio U. Students
Jeer at Rockwell
ATHENS. O. (JTA) George Governor of Virginia. Then you will
.incotn Roekwii. leader of the iMgh out of the other sides ol your
Unaricaa Nazi Party, addressed mouths."
:,8oo students of Ohio University as soon as Rockwell had finish-
here and was subjected to derisive ,(| another faculty member, I'rof.
aughter. ii" then complained thai Ernest M. Collins, of the Political
1e had "a totally different recep- Science Department, told the Stu-
lion hen- than at any oilier of the dents from the same platform,
in or .in schools wlu-ie I have "RacfcwaH is well vetted in the art
spoken." of vilification and misinterpret*-
Rockwell had been invited t<> the lion" _______
campus by the residents of Bu*h *r #
Hall, a men's dormitory, as part gfh AlTl CHOIf
of a program to raise money for a
scholarship fund Universit) offi- y^|| JjG HCOPdl
cials had refused requests by some
students and faculty members, a* Temple Beth Am Choir, under
well as bv Jacob Mirviss, director the direction ot Mrs. Selma
of the Hillel Foundation here, to Baumgard will perform the musical
oar his appearance. The officials portion of the program Friday eve-
held that the students are entitled ning.
to "an open and free campus." choir members include Mrs.
Dr. David Lcvinson. professor! Bernard Abbott. Mrs. Harvey Aib-
Ol economics, had advocated picket-; el. Mrs. Jerome Anapol, Mrs. -Cor-
ing Rockwell but. at the request '. man Ashhes, Mrs. Martin Feklman,
I of Mr. Mirviss, Jewish and other j Mrs. Lewis Gillis, Mrs. Robert
! anti-Rockwell students pledged not Grossberger. Arthur Lewin. War
to picket or to throw eggs at the ren Richardson. Wilfred Rose. Stan-
Nazi The lecture went off peace-' ley Wellins. Mrs. Norman Wein
jfully, but when many of the stu-' berg. Mrs. Edward Salem. Mrs
dents laughed at him. Rockwell I Alan Stenning. and Mrs. Ellis
said: "Next year. I will run for Tarsches.
Peoples National Bank of Bay Harbor Islands
9500 Bay Harbor Terrace, Bay Harbor Islands
Established October ;s. 1964
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
MARCH 31, 1965
ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks ....... $ 331,473.47
United States Government Obligations 518,727.00
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Other Loans and Discounts
Leasehold Improvements
Furniture and Fixtures
Income Earned but not Collected
Other Assets
Totai Assets
10,800.00
934,448.51
47,163.43
46,080.64
8,326.78
9,209.93
51,906,229 76
LIABILITIES
Deposits......................
Accrued Taxes, Interest and Expense
Income Collected, but not Earned
Other Liabilities
Total Liabilities
CAPITAL ACCOU
Capital Stock (20,000 shares.
Par Value $13.00)
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Total Capital Accounts
Total Liabilities and
Capital Accounts
$1,502,350.09
6,128.44
3,692.34
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$i 512,182.87
NTS
S 260,000.00
100,000.00
34 046.89
S 394,046 89
SI 906,229.76
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Board o\ Directors and Adi uoi i Con i
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TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT.
W.M.A. TRANSIT COMPANY,
WASHINGTON, DC.
AGNES B BARBER
PRESIDENT. PEOPLES FIRST
NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES
'EDNA M BELL
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT.
PEOWES AMElCAN NATIONAL BANK
MORRIS N. BROAD
PRESIDENT OF IHE BANK
CARL E BOWDRE
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PEOPLES
NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH
MIAMI BEACH
HARRY M. BURT
PRESIDENT, THE LLOYD PRODUCTS
CO. OF PROVIDENCE, R.I
MAYER H. FRANKEL
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
JULIAN B FRIX
PRESIDENT, TURNER-FRIX
INSURANCE, INC.
AMfHONY J. COCKING
TEXTILES
W DOUGLAS HALL
FORMER PRESIDENT,
SAL FAYNE CORP.
HARRY HOROWITZ
INVESTMENTS
JACK JUSTICE
REALTOR
HARVEY F. PIERCE
CONSULTING ENGINEER
MAURICE H. CONNELl
AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
GEORGE L. SOGG
PRESIDENT, CUYAHOGA
WRECKING COMPANY
ROLAND M STAFFORD
VICE PRESIDENT AND
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LEONARD USINA
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
OF THE BANK
*M. L. WALSH
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
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FRANK H. WILIER
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Fag* 8-A
>Jewish tlcrldHan
tion; Abe Eisenstein, co-chairman, Buildinq Committee; Milton
Kahn, treasurer of the congregation and chairman of the Build-
_________Friday, April 23, 19
Human Reiati^
Meet at U of M
''',"-':"" h-'S "'" Planned
be i piversit) 1 \i ami Ch ,
the Florid., Council on fiff
UtiWM for Us all-da> Svm^
on Concern to be held \\^\
the university.
Presented 1 1
Southern Stud m H ... Rcu.i
Proje 1 ol Mie 1 ; g*
ttonal Student Ass ciation
......1- th -
in Flcrida.
Purpose 1- to present ideas
trp'hr .....its involvej
In '' ial political, and vvm
If uea to stu lents and membersl
.lie local community lor their.
ei .-ion ami eventual act
Panelists and guesi speakoJ
Architect Frank Meyer shows projected plans for expansion
of Kneseth Israel Congregation to the rabbi and officers of the *ann. treasurer 01 ra tuny.^u.^ ...--...-.. ; ~% p|(|^ Df ......
corwreqation at 1415 Euclid Ave. Seated (left to right) are ing Committee; Dave Eisenstein chairman of the board Jos- M;|t.]iI | M
JoseSvSkinaVco chairman. Building Committee; Benjamin epk Nadler. irlct ptwhkrt_ci to ttMqogBbqn and CCXfrrir- Dinl. D|. Franklin ifi
Weinberg, co-chairman, Building Committee; and Meyer.
Standing (left to right) are Rabbi David Lehrfield; A. Shaffran.
Building Committee; Louis Dublin, president of the congrega-
man. Building Committee; Jacob Siegel, Building Committee:
and Oscar Schapiro, co-chairman, Buildinq Committee,
treme rear is Cantor Abraham Seii.
Seymour Samet to be honored Sunday;
AJCommittee Reelects Mrs. Finkelstein
Greater Miami Chapter of Ameri-
n Jewish Committee at its an-
1 ial meeting at the DuPont Plaza
> otel will pay tribute to ils former
eeotive director. Seymour Samct.
Now on the staff of the Com-
1 unit> Kelations Service in Wash-
gton, Samet will be guest of honor ,
the dinner which has as its chair-
1 an Judge Harold B. Spact. Judge
> i>act is a past president of the
lapter and currently serves on its
xecudve Board.
Manheim Shapiro, national di-
rector of the Jewish Communal
Affairs Department of American
Jewish Committee, will speak on
'The Jew in a Free Society."
Well-known in Dade County as
director of the Bayville Study, a
Jewish attitudes survey held in
Dade County several years ago,
Shapiro has lectured and written
Social Club
! n Third Seder
Miami Friendly Social Club will
t kl a Third Seder on Sunday. 2
p.m.. at Beth El Congregation.
Program will include traditional
assover songs offered by the club's
loral group.
Also featured will be the cele-
.lion of birthdays and anniver-
ries of members
Charles Sokol will be honored
th .1 plaque for his work as fi-
1 ancial secretary of the organiza-
01
extensively on the subject of Jew-
ish identity.
Mrs. Bernard (June) Stevens,
whose "Dupont Plaza9" was en-
thusiastically received at 1964% an.
nual meeting, this year encores
with "Footnotes 195."
Proposed slate to be presented
by Nominating Committee chair-
man. Dr. Louis Lemberg, includes
the reelection of Mrs. Charles H.
Finkelstein as president of the
chapter. Other nominees are:
Honorary president. David B.
Flecman: vice presidents. Alfred
Boas. Alvin Cassel. James R. Kitz
man. Dr. Joseph R. Narot; secret-
ary. Robert I. Shapiro; financial
secretary. Myron M. Behrman;
treasurer. R. W. Apte.
Executive Board. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard. Dr. Charles Beber.
Julian 1. Burg. Morris S. Burk. Mr-
Anita Crown. Eliot M. Daniels,
Joserh I. Davis, Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Dr. Samuel A. Feldman. Aaron A.
Foosaner, Dr. Edward J. Fox.
Richard I. Furman. Melvyn B.
Frumkes. Dr. Arthur I. Gilbert.
William E. Gladstone. Melvin N.
Greenberg. Jerome G. Greene. Dr
Norton llalpern. Marshall S. Harris,
Melvin Harrison.
Dr George Jacobson, Mrs. Aaron
M Kanner. Gerald Katcher. Walter
K< \ ni 1. Dr. Louis Lemberg. Dr.
Robert LHowitz, Ira K Mogul, Ken-
neth If. Myers. Richard A. Pallet.
Col. Nathan B. Rood. Mrs. Joseph
1 li senblum., Dr. Jack J Rozen
Mrs Raymond R. Rubin, Howard
R Srharlin, Rabbi Stanford Seltzer,
Mis. Leonard M. Silverman, Dr.
the community's human relations
progress.
illiaij
rtean ol University r :>._.< ^
lty 1 I Miami; Clan cc .limes
ami Herald stall v riter; Dr.!
^ 'ail ('. Jones. University of Fl|
ida; Haley Sofge, Miami Housi
Authority: Tho m ,1 s \\eatl_.
Dade Court!} Ec noinic "ippun'J
Samet joined the Greater Miami ity Program; Margaret TaylJ
Chapter of the American Jewish Palm Beach Count} Health
Committee in 1952. during which P,rtme"*: Dr. Thorn;.- P lUrJ
man CommuniU Services Fan
he interpreted the organization's
program to groups in Florida,
trained lay leaders in community
relations skills, and acted as con-
sultant to public and private agen-
cies concerned with race relations.
InterreUglous affairs, intergroup
tensions and adult education in hu-
man relations.
During his tenure, he was pro-
fessional consultant to the Gover-
nor's Commission on Race Rela-
tions. Dade County Council on
Community Relations and the Flori-
da Council on Human Relations.
tion; John Bethea L'niversitj
Miami; Nathaniel s Rolle. AJ
principle. Carver High School
M*S. CMARUS F/NXEtSTEIN
Bernard Silverstein, Judge Harold
B. Spaet. Mrs. Robert Spero, M. A.
Sum berg. Kenneth Treister, Barton
S. Udell. Stanley S. Watts. Marshall
Wise.
Broward County Section, Dr.
Samuel Z. Jaffe. chairman. Mrs.
Philip Weinstein Jr.. co-chairman.
Prior to his arrival here, he
was assistant director of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Community Council
of Essex County in New Jersey.
Israel Wins
Bonn Agreement]
Continued from Page 1 a
ration that West Germany n\
not send any more irms to
rael, as West Germany had prg|
posed before the talks began.
The '"'linl party" formula j
enable West German; la lomplet
shipment of the arms to L-ra|
while still adherii > to its stand]
not sending arms to areai
ten-ion."
T'ne agreement n the ismk i
contracts for such nork In En

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Hit and Cola Hois D'Otuvir-
Samet was among those contri-
buting to the establishment of the Vest German scientists in lq\
Dade County Community Relations provides that, while \U-t tier
Beard in 1963. and he became its will no: adopt legislation apl
executive director prior to his de- the scientists. 11 will take -tepsl
Advisory Board, Col. Jacob M. parture fiom Miami to assume his enure their return and to keepi
lArvey George I. Bertman, Shep- present post with Oov. Collins in ditional scientist) from accepoT|
ard Broad. Albert F.instein, Charles Wtahfalgton.
II. Finklestein. Samuel Friedland.
Paul R. Gordon. Mrs. Jennie Gros-
| singer. A. J. Harris. Aaron M. Kan-
ner. Jay Kislak. Morris Lapidu-,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, S. C. Le-
venson, J. Gerald Lewis. Baron
deHiTSCh Meyer. Sidney Meyer.
Max Orovitf, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Leo
Robinson, Dan B. Ruskin. Sam E.
Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet. William
Singer. Harry Simonhoff. A. A. I'n-
: ar, Dr. Joseph II. Weidberg,
Joseph Weintraub, Henrj E Wolff.
Col. Mitchell Wolfson
At the Sunday function, Samet
will be honored with the presen-
tation of a Seymour Samet Hu-
man Relations Library to the pro-
fessional section of the Dade
County School System Library.
The library will honor the former
Miami AJCommittee executive
for his decade of contribution to
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Ap!
1965
-Jewisti Meridian
Pacre 9-A
X
mi'

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w. w.
S^HS^^v^^i
fc ^*v \W j^"" ~* *>sHti^H
L^b sessions will be held at the five bran-
Z; :-?qe of Jewish Studies of the
7t: o! lev .sh Education durinq the last
n April. One of the Hebrew Depart-
;u :i the C: "eqe of Jewish Studies shows
at row >: to right) Mrs. Nathaniel Sorcff.
r.ue. 7 3:enner. Max Gordon. Second
row are Chana Ishak, Mrs. Jack Diamond, and
Mis. Irving Seidel. Third row are Mrs. Walter
Gomulka, Mrs. Eliezer Levi, Mrs. Abraham
Gittelscn. Fourth row are Isaac Kapulski and
Hyman Cohen. Standing is Dr. Na'haniel
Soroff. Bureau consultant and colleqe instruc-
tor.
kwish Publishers to Gather
IERS:
fcfnc:
klio:
|t0 -
fa
(uno-.
liio '
- JTA) The
- \--iiciation
its En n niversary con-
Atla Ga., from May
Mi,r noff, publisher
. i>.; 5(. lard here, and
' uf th i r_.nii/;ition, an-
ln-
rent* be the fir.-t
I- the organiza-
lt\ -
lion of English-Jewi-h weekly news-
' pnpers publishers and editors. Serv-
li.g as hosts will be the five South
.in member papers: the Southern
Israelite, of Atlanta; the Jewish
Ploridian of Miami; the Nashville
rienn > Observer; the Texas Jew-
ish Post, of Ft. Worth-Dallas; and
the Hebrew Watchman, ot Mem-
phis. Tenn.
A feature of the convention
will bt a dinner at the Atlanta
Jewish Community Center joint-
ly celebrating the 40th anniver-
sary of the Southern Israelite
and the Hebrew Watchman. Rep-
resentatives of the Atlanta and
other Southern Jewish Commun-
ities will address the dinner and
discuss the role of the English-
Jewish Press.
.orkmen's Circle Chorus Scheduled
Bourguiba Says
Nasser, Tito
Knew His Plans
Continued from Page 1-A
ous disagreements." He also said
that President Nasser of Egypt
expressed, in an interview with
the French monthly, "Realities,"
ideas "not so very different from
my own."
!!c asserted that he had reason
to believe that President Tito of
Yugoslavia did i support th<- un-
r. denting in stilit) of the Arab
leaders against Israel. He hinted
"lat his recent talks with Tito led
, him to believe that the Yugoslav
Leader, "without doubt one of the
\i.ibs' best fiiends in general, and
Nasser's in pertiealar," might feel
that "Arab Jewish co-existence
could be realized."
From Belgrade, the Tunisian
leader went to Cairo where, he said.
he spelled out his ideas to Nasser
and his advisers. He said: "l told
them that the Arabs could not re-
main eternally on a defensive po-
sition and that our stand only con
solidate.s Israel and shows the
world our inability to resolve the
problem. For 17 years, Arab efforts
have been unsuccessful. Why not
try my method?'- he said he had
asked the Egyptians.
He then asserted that "the
time has come to say aloud what
everyone in the Middle East rul-
ing circles thinks secretly.
Things must happen. There should
be proposals and counter-propos-
als and international action. A
new situation which will bring
new appreciations must be cre-
ated."
He proposed that the Arab lead-
ers undertake "a clear diplomatic
a.tion. Should it fail, then se-
cure in world approval, the clarity
of our positions and the organiza-
tion ot the Palestinian refugees
themselves we can envisage oth-
er means."
kof. i.. i Chorus <.f
Ma Miai present its
(itli a-.nual ert Sunday, 8
t. It 25 Was! ii A\t\
Sen ^ in en < tor <>t the cho-
u the lanist is Miss
U. in C lists with the
bu- arc Pa N'orcross, sop-
" i ft'ti Royal, tenor.
wJI per; solo, in addi
Goklfaden Al-
e choi us.
! i sopranos,
Ida Boyer. Victoria Shrekenger,
Esther Millnian. Doris Cordon and
Ray Dubowy. Altos are Anna Goon.
Bertha Green, Sadie Lerner and
Bessie Bcrger. Tenors are Max
Goodman Louis Feld. Sam P.arnett.
' Sam Appel Slid Joe Fromovu'i.
Basses are Harry Green. Rudolph
Freed, Nathan Boon. Hyman Salian
and Jacob Atofsk>
Tickets are available at the
Woikmen's Circle ot Greater
Miami. 94U Lincoln Rd.
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Dinner arrangements are being
made by Dr. Nathan Blass. chair-
man of the Atlanta Jewish commun-
ity's hospitality committee, and
Adolpfa Rosenberg, publisher of the
Southern Israelite and convention
chairman. Business sessions of the
convention will be held at the
Cabana Motel.
Philip Sloinovitz. editor and pub-
lisher ol the Detroit Jewish News,
and founder of the organization,
will lead the publishers in dis-
cussion of newspaper problems. In
accordance with custom, the mem-
bers of the association will ob-
serve the week as .National Jewish
BeJh David Men's Club
Beth David Men's Club regular
n (i mi'-: will take place on Tuesday
evening in the Beth David Social
i;..ii Election of officers tor the
coming year will take place
Greenberg Branch
Will End Season
C h a i m Greenberg Branch of
Poale Zion of Greater Miami will
hold its final meeting of the sea-
son on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the
Parband Cultural Center. 842 Wash-
ington Ave.
Hi Simon VVilensky. president,
will conduct the business session of
the evening.
Seventeenth anniversary ol Is-
rael's independence will be dis-
cussed by Phillip Sejial and Ber-
nard Furman.
Memorial service will hone: t'ie
n em a-y of Jacob Kearson. who
passed away several weeks ago, Mr
Rearson was one of the founders
ol the Chaim Greenberg Branch.
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wooden bridge
thai leads
from here
to nowhere
That was the geneial consensus of
opinion *nen John Collins stalled
constiuctivn or a wooden plank bttdss
from Miami to "that mangrovo)
swamp across Biicayne Bay. But ht*
at the ageol seventy plus, had visions
and dreams that usually generated is
much younger men Collins wssn't
just buiidmg a biidge to his avocads
farm, he was extending the first im>
tation to the tourists, who would first
come in the hundieds, and yaeas
later in hundreds of thousands, bt
share his dieam across the bay. ft!
MM't long before "nowhere'' bs>
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Miami Beach, now M years ywMfc
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FridgY. April 23,


JFCS Scores '64 Program Records
. ____ ... ......,:,_.:,.. .u_________i .:,.. ?,.!, ,n families for a |MW ** homomalr sorv
A record 1.946 families received views helped identify the more cri-
tinseling and placement services tical needs tor our services, a
liom Jewish Family and Children's | weening process whicAl thus made
rvice during 1964. according to pur in-peraon interviews more efiec-
te agency's annual report pub- live," Fisher explained
shed this month.
The report made public a series
i comprehensive statistics on the
ncy's services, most of which
fleeted gains over the previous
j ear.
JFCS Executive Director Leon
O. Fisher, attributed the agency's
teady growth in the number of
amilies served to an expanding
. ewish population in Dade Coun-
y and to the continuing pres-
ures and emotional problems
affecting American families to-
day.
"There has also been a greater
ibttc demand and acceptance of
the sen ices rendered by JFCS in
recent years." he said.
The agency conducted 6.515 in-
:'son interviews and established
: lother new record by conducting
E 758 telephone interviews in 1964.
Many of these telephone inter-
with their own families
variety of reasons.
JFCS provided 3.947 days of
foster home care for these chil-
dren according to the report.
"There Is still a critical need for
additional foster home facilities
where kind, understanding roster
JFCS, encompassing parent-child
relationships, marital counseling
and invidual counseling, provided
the overwhelming bulk of the JFCS i;arVnts'wil,' give lender care an
easel :id n, 1964 and accounted tor children separated
,, went or 1.275 of the total fam PJJJ jg^ pmnU Kjshoi. s;1,
i('- lerved A ,,.,, 31 unwed mothers re-
The 440 aged persons and their
femities receiving counseling dur-
ing 1964 comprised the second-most
11 ve catogorj of agency service.
.11-i'S was one of the first family
service agencies in the United
Xived the assistance of the agency
in planning for themselves and
their babies, the report further
-ales Services to unwed mothers
included counseling, medical and
service agencies in the United '' '.; v, ..J.onal planning. [Z^?- ^ ,
Mates ,o develop a specialized pro- ^'^Tnd bolrdutf Utf lif** 2SW&
,rn for the elderly, and Dade fam- .. hnm .. A majol. accoo
agency for homemalfcr service last
year, an assistance*-designed to
prevent family breakdown and to
relieve stress m families where the
mother is temporarily ill.
Among the other services
rendered to agency clients were
resettlement of new Americans,
a Cuban refugee program, psychi-
atric consultation and psychologi-
cal testing. The agency also rend-
ered numerous information, re-
ferral and inter-agency services.
JFCS served as a field training
center for six interning graduate
udents working toward Master's
degrees in Social Work at Florida
in Sou
er declared.
. maternity home care. A major accomplishment during
dies have availed themselves Nine adoptive placements were 1964 was the opening of the agen
piogram in increasing numbers ^^ and J5 adpolive placements cy's first group treatment home for
each year since its inception. sn ^^ supervised by JFCS in 1964. emotionally disturbed children
The impact of our newly expanded -
program for adoptions is now being
felt, and initial experience already
Indicate*- that we will clearly sur-
pass last year's figures in 1965." \
Fisher predicted.
Eight families called upon the
the only one of it.s \^mi
Florida.
1964 was one of u,e mflet
dnoChra yean In the u-yeartj
I the agoi.ex. stated Mrs. Bui
B. Goldstein. JFCS president-
Board of Directors and staff h
aonfldence in the Agency,
to continue to mi
needs of our growing commsBJtj
American Nazis
Threat to Peace
Continued from Pag. pA
xtremists. the report noted ft
he Nazi mov. menl in GermaJ
'iad also started on a similar seal
The report Stated thai members]
the groups "embrace violent ra
and.political-docii'u.>'> [| ,,"
mated that the American
Party would have difflceJuej"
mobilizing as many as 150 "sti
troopers" on a national .scale.
A total of 38 children were
placed in foster homes under
JFCS care and supervision in
1964. These included infants
awaiting adoptive placement and
children who were unable to live
Camp Listings for Readers
FLORIDA
Camp Gait Israel Boys Camp
Boys 7 to 17Located in Deland
Heights, 250 miles from Miami.
For information write or call
Babbi Stanley B. Weiss, director.
J455 N. Jefferson Ave.. Miami
leach.IE 1-7919. JE 2 5694
olonnodes Beach Camp for Teen-Agen
Teen-age Boys and GirlsI.oca-
(I on a 10-acre ocean front estate
the Colonnades Beach Hotel.
For information, write Roy John-
on. director. Colonnades Beach
( amp. Palm Beach Shores. Fla..
or call 844-5221.
>
Hebrew Academy Summer Day Camp
Children 4 through 132400 Pine
tree Dr. (Air conditioned).
For information call 53245421.
Camp Meaerah
75th St. and Carlyle Ave.. Miami
1 ach. For boys and girls 3 to 9.
Half day or full day sessions.
For information and brochure
( 11 Temple Menorah olfice at
I X 6 2156.
* *
Camp Ocala
Locted in the Ocala National
Camp Highlander
HighlandsBoys and girls 7 to 14.
write Larry J. Pedicord. 1501 NE
62nd St.. Ft. Laudcrdale, Fla.
cs <
Blue Star Camp
Girls and Boys 7 to 17Located
in Hendersonville. Write to Her
man M. and Harry G. Popkin. 1100
Crescent Ave. N.E.. Atlanta. Ga
In Greater Miami area contact
Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1-8205: Mrs.
Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 or HI 60817:
phone Dade. 624-0692 or Broward,, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein.
UN 63244: Harry Kaplan. WA 2
1162 or WA 3 1577
PENNSYLVANIA
fine Forest Camp
In the Pocono Mountains 4'i
uted in Horseshoe. Strict sti- i hours from Miami Airport to camp
Owned and operated by I by plane and car. Separate facil
Forest. Boys and girls, age 5 10.
For information write to 1451 N.
Bayshore Dr.. Miami, or phone
PR 1-7858. FR 9-8601
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GEORGIA
Sky take Camps
Boys and Girls 6 to 17Located
in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Local representatives: Ira Stein
mete and Sid Greenspan, directors.
Write P.O. Box 3355. Miami or
989-2137
NORTH CAROLINA
Camp Osceola
Bovs and Girls 6 through
CAMP JUDAEA
CAMHM& WITH A DlfffRfNCf
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
OUR 12th SEASON
OYS & GIRLS 3rd 10th GRADES
IN THE PfCTlWfSQIfE BLUt RIDGE MOUNTAINS
$465 8 WEEKS $245 4 WEEKS
ALL TNI USUAL CAMPING ACTIVITIES Cemplete Swimming Instruc-
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i A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUI
CAMPERS Israeli Falls Dancing ond Singing Discussion Groups .
Speciul Projects.
SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS. Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will
Participate for Entire Season.
i STRICT KASHRUTH OBSERVED.
ONLY SECOND SESSION LEFT
Call FRANK FARBENBLOOM, Director, 945-9665, Miami
or DON PRICHASON, UN 6-0673 or 759-4369
or Write SO Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Go.
MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION
Sponsored By Hadassan and Zionist Organization of Amerito
u
pervision.
Irwin B. Marshall, principal.
For information call HI 5-3585.
Camp Judaea
Bovs and GirlsLocated in
Strict kashruth
For
Hendersonville.
observed.
For local information. Director
Frank Farbenbloom. 9459665 Mi
ami; or Don Prichason. UN 6 0673
or 759-4369; or write 50 Whitehall
St.. Atlanta, Ga.
HIGH IN THF BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
LaKS
camps
FOR BOYS and GIRLS 6-17
A small select camp to better
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1.000 acres of beautitul scenery
Two targe sheltered lakes
Ideal summer climate, cool nights
Professionally directed
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SKY LAKE CAMPS
t- 0 bOx t*4t. MIAMI. FLORIDA
re "AC P t* WARD 9W-S137
ities for Boys and Girls 6 to 16.
For information and brochures
contact Fithian Studio of Dancing
and Drama. JE 1-7883. or Theda
Shapiro. 238-0864.
1 Unique Camp in Florida...
... at the beautiful 10-*cre ocean-front
state ol the Colonnades Beach Hotel.
Here Boy and Girl Teen Agers are liven
an ideal opportunitythrough proles
nonal instruction and sepenrmon -*
develop their natural aptitudes and tal-
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new PGA National Club with 2 18 hole
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Baseball, Football, Dramatics, Photog-
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Weight Aeiustment. Charm School lor
Girls with classes in Modeling. Beauty
Culture, Social Graces, etc. Manliness
School tor Boys. Special tutoring with
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beach. Cabana Club with 2 pools, Tennis
Club. Gymnasium with theraputic baths,
complete theatre, air-conditioned accom-
modation. For details,write Roy loanslon.
Director, Colonnades Beach Camp lor
Teen-Agerj, Palm Beach Shores, Florida
or call Palm Beach 844-5221.
CAMP MENORAH
75th A Carlyle Avenue
Summer Day-Camp
JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965
J t/eor Ws through 9 year aMi From : o.m. 4:90 p.m.
HOT KOSHER LUNCHES
FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE
ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES
HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM
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Daily Water Skiing and Horseback (borne
JUNE 28 AU0. 22 Golf, r.nn.. P.O. physical frlness prog"
Adjoining Campt for cultural activities, tree Tutoring '"*"
Boys and Cirla Sobbum Setrvicao
Adjoining Camps for
Boys and Girts
AGES 5 to 16
twain
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DRIVE. MIAMI.
OR PHOMf
FR 1-7858
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.
Directors Founders
Theodore R. Struhl, M.D.
Frank!* and Ben Millar
Major Leonard Wollman
"oherl Wollman
ii*m
SID
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PINE FOREST CAMP
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"None So Wiae As the Experienced." Ben Sir.v Chap. 34.
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SAILING CANOEING SKIING
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f ACORN VIUAGE FOR. 4 to 6 YR. OLDS
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- April 23,
1965
*Jto/s#>#fcr*#*/7
Paqe ll-A
obile Home Living Soars in Florida
Colonial
icres Sets
I Standard
iSreaverage living area, but
l desire Hi" burdens of a
s"
AH of the advantages of high
Inw jpiftment living plus the
Iknefiti condominium owner-
Lift now available to present
j potential owners of mobile
met. without the regiments-
nof apartment living.
IAB fieurcs point '" mobile home
W as the fastest-growing type
(housini hi the state. A recent
m ,hows thai 112 percent of
I new homes bought in Florida
s mobile homes, while 8 4 per
mi of ihc stale population (over
50,000 people ROW live in these
Lile homes.
Il'nofiicial figures indicate that
(tile 4.b-i singh Famil} and du
lex units were buill last year in
\Paul Fa she
Active In |
Community
I'aul Paske, ov n< r and oper-
lor oi Colonial Ai res. i- chairman
1 toe board ol directors ol Miami
pta Processing, Inc a publicly
kned company which has ex
indt-d statewide in recenl years
|He alsn serves ,,- a director <>f
i ne Republic National Bank
[Miami, further indication that
tunagement ol Colonial Acres
| id hands
| I civic aetit ities are var-
and demontrate Ins leader
h> capabilities Recentlj elected
[ enl oi the YMIIA and
pA ol Greater Miami, he is a
nder and trustee ol Mt. Sinai
ppilal of Miami Beach,
|He also finds time to serve as
lurer of the Hope School for
parted Children and as a mem
r of the boards of the Keystone
put Homeowner- Association,
pl Bonds and Greater Miami
ish Federation.
|SIr Colonial Acre- is indeed a
BMnity-mlnded man. and in
pership with the dynamic Mis
l*e he personifies the forward
King people who daily are mov.
I into comfort living the modern
P* home way Colonial
At Colonial Acres many people from all walks of life enjoy Florida living more in mobile homes.
These quality mobile homes
range in size from six or seven
hundred square- feet .up to 1200
square feet of living space
more than in many homes in the
520,000-plus range and consid-
erably more than in most apart,
ments.
Darie County. 1200 mobile homes
were sold here daring the same
period showing that more than
>5 percent of new housing in Dade
County is in mobile homes. What is
the reason for this new and phe-
nomenal trend?
ment problems are forgotten at
Colonial Acres. There simply are
no real estate taxes, and a S15
license plate for the year substi-
tutes for an uncertain tax picture
in a private home.
Mobile home living, contrary
to popular belief, is actually a
more stable and stately way of
life than any other mode here in
South Florida. The average per-
son buying a mobile home has
an above-average income, lives
in the same mobile home park
location approximately 4'l years
and generally likes people.
Awaiting your inspection is at
tractive Colonial Acres Park lo-
cated just two minutes from Mi-
ami's fast-expanding expressway
system, only a lew blocks from
fashionable Miami Shores.
At Colonial Acres, !it>74 N.W. 10th
Avenue, you receive all the con.
vcincnces of citj living: city wa
ter. city sewerage, city garbage
collection. Florida Power and Light
electricity and night police pa-
trols. Churches and Synagogues are
just short blinks away Regional
shopping centers such as North-
side are close by and central lo-
cation of Colonial Acres to sports
centers and other places to enjoy
Florida living at Us best is un
paralleled.
In spite of all these advantag-
es and facilities, rentals are a
surprisingly low $50 a month,
year-round; that's well unt)r
two dollars a day for your own
place in the sun.
If you don't already own your
own mobile home, the latest 1965
models ranging in price Irom
approximately $5,000 to $13,000
i are now available and on display
at Colonial Acres
Real estate taxes and reassess
All this awaits you now at Co-
lonial Acres Mobile Home Park,
9B74 N.W. 10th Avenue.
ft '\
If,
5*
Colonial Acres' picnic and party area where
residents relax and enjoy meeting with friends.
^w l.
:>t
A*
V
C0loni*' Acres re,
'"duding pool

Spacious living room of typical Colonial Acres mobile) home.
NEAR MIAMI SHORES
Colonial x4cres Rated
Foremost in South
One of the leading proponents of mobile home living in the Mi
ami area, industrialist Paul Faske and his wife Ruth, have placed Into
operation the Smith's finest mobile home residential area.
A man of high ethics with an impressive background, he built
Colonial Acres Mobile Home Park (9674 N.W. 10th Ave..) to fill a
need. With the market growing at such a rapid pace, a large mobil'
home park lor people who wished an abovc.average living; area be
came necessary, Mrs. Paske pointed out.
lie ahflM a location in the heart
ol Miami where he could have
space for 300 mobile homes with
room for expansion Says Paske.
1 have built a mobile home park
of exceptional size and quality to
fill the need for the growing mar-
ket in this area.
Faske's principal reasoning
for the rapid growth of the mo-
bile home field is ". the
changing attitudes of our resi-
dents away from small apart-
ments and homes that are too
large. But I would carry the
reasoning even farther, and Co-
lonial Acres is living proof of
the success of my reasoning.
South Florida, more so than any
other area in the United States,
has a climate condition tailor-
made for outdoor (close to na-
ture) type living.
"Many of our residents just
plain pot tired of being cooped up
and wanted to start enjoying a
more relaxed way of life. Mobile
home living undoubtedly is the best
method for doing just that. Here
at Colonial Acres we have de-
signed a mobile home park that
is tailor-made for people who want
more than just a place to sleep
It is actually a place to live. Liv-
ing at Colonial Acres includes
planned social activities in a com
niunity of friendly peopl- with the
same love of life in common.
Frankly, this is the type of per
SOU the park was built for, and
the only type we are interested in
having.'' Faske concluded
Compare
Mobile
Living
There are basically two typos
hotrsing: t" Whereby you pwt m
and have no ownership. 2. Whet
, by you pay in full or monthly pa
I ments and have title to yoi
! dwelling
In the first case, people simp
pay rent for an apartment i
home either furnished or i
furnished and alter all is -a
and done the renters have ae<
mulated many rent receipts l>
1 no equity.
In the second case, the dwe
STS either purchase a home, co-i -
apartment, condominium apai
ment. duplex or mobile hon
whereby their payments build
uitj and actual ownership of C
dwelling.
At this point let us compar i
mobile home living with thes*
, other modes. A mobile horn
1 costs less to purchase and mair
tain than any other type of owr
ership dwelling.
A mobile home comes comple
ly furnished in a n y style yt
choose, including all appliano
' A mobile home has more hvii .
ana than many apartments
small homes.
And there are no tax and re
assessment problems a $15 i
year tag makes the mobile horn
dweller a legitimate home owr
er.
A tenant in an apartment bin
ing has little privacy because I -
is surrounded with neighbors ai
common walls. If he decides th
he doesn't wish to rent he mi
then buy a co-op apartment i
condominium in both instanc -
I he still merely has an apartmei
In both instances he must p;
maintenance cost of the buildir ;
and property and in a co-op Cl
even expect fluctuating month
costs depending on percentage
the building's occupancy. Wht
he decides to move he will have
clear the sale of his apart me.
with his co-owners and then hot
to receive the apartment's fi
value (which is not possible i
most instances). After the sale
complete he must then start i
over again in some other locatio
A mobile home owner does nc
have these problems. His horn i
is in reality a horizontal far
den apartment separate an
apart from neighbors, yet he ha .
a community atmosphere ir>
which to make friends.
His monthly payment will n
Ouetaate and he has no additio
al costs. He can move at any tin e
and lake his mobile home wi
him.
II lie wishes to sell his home 1 !
can do BO with \or\ little loss
the mobile home market is expjir
nig SO greatly and his initial co-
weie low to begin with
ACTUAL LAKESIDE LIVING
Country Club Atmosphere
dents have planned social attivitiee,
parties in their own large pool.
A country club atmosphere per
radS the air at Colonial Acres
Mobile Home Park, where you're
actually lakeside, for Paul Faske
built this model of futuristic mobile
home living directly on a pictur-
esque lake.
Planned social activities un-
der the direction of Mrs. Ruth
Faske are the order of the day.
Whether it's dancing, luaus,
bingo nights, or just conversa-
tion that is your forte, you'll
find it in abundance at Colonial
Acres.
There's a huge picnic and party
ana. a large swimming pool, a
Bar-U-Q. shuffleboard. a golf pint
ing course and many other fa-
cilities surrounding the Colonial
Acres community center.
A quick look at the calendar of
events reveals a weekly morning
Koffee Klateh and instruction in
ball room dancing and com I
sational Spanish.
But above all else are th
friendly people who alread
have made Colonial Acres their
Florida home. Many are new to
mobile homes, others are voter
ans of two or more decades.
So come out and be one of jtha
Three Hundred, whether or not
you own your own mobile home.
AArartlajosm it,


Page 12-A
-JenteWcrMton
Flidcr?.
State Dep't. Won't Oftject to Ribicoff ft
vi
Abraham Selecof, is feted at a Temple Menorah celebration
banquet on his 80th birthdav by receivinq an illuminated
scroll presented by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Maurice
Revitz, president. Selecoff is the father of Dr. Irvinq Selikoff,
the Lasker Award winner for his discovery of the anti-
Tuberculo&is serum.
Continued from Pago 1-A
Soviet Union since 1956. when the
oily other edition was published
since 1917. that Soviet Jews are
trying to print a prayer book "for
all seasons" and hope that, eventu
ally, a Hebrew Bible will be pub-
ished. Rabbi Levin told the Al'
"it is difficult for us to realize all
hese objectives at once."
Other statements attributed to
I he rabbi in the Moscow report
included an assertion that Moscow
has no Jewish cemetery. Jews and
nToii burial yroundT^hat There are
few Bar Mitzvahs in the synagogue
because almost 90 percent of the
children are Pioneers" (a Commu-
nist organization for children);
that the Jewish 'believers con-
liibute money to the synagogue,
but need no help from abroad; and
STUDIES PLANS FOR FUTURE
Rabbi Landau Officiates at Beth David;
Will Assume Pulpit as of June 1
How doe.-- it feel to assume the
pulpit of Miami's oldest congrega-
tion, which includes some of the
city's top Jewish community lead-
ers?
tabbi Sol Landau considers it a
challenge, "I am hi re with my wife.
Gabriela," he ex lained last week,
"to officiate during the Passover
observance. This will give us an
opportunity to meet many of Beth
D, vid's members "
Rabbi Landau will take up his
post permanently on June 1.
right now, he is still co-rabbi of
t*ie Park Synagogue in Cleve-
land, O., one of the nation's
largest synagogues, with an af-
fixation of some 2 000 families. On
and off, he's been there six years,
with an in-between stint at Beth
h illel in the North Snore of Chi-
cago.
'From what 1 have learned. Beth
David has an excellent school."
Rabbi Landau dctl.mil One of the
lAivject- we cm perhaps explore
is to make of OUT ex'.ension school
in South Dade a permanent, 'full-
fjtoged" institution."
Rabbi Landau explained that at
that: "In the Soviet'Lr.ion we have
no anti-Semitism, but maybe there
are some anti-Semites."
Meanwhile, a charge by the
Soviet Government newspaper,
livestia, that two Israeli Embassy
officials in Moscow engaged in
anti-Soviet activities among Sov-
iet Jews was understood this week
to have been raised by Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
when she received Soviet Ambas-
sador Dimitri Chuvalkhin in Je-
rusalem.
According to lzvestia^ Meier Bir
an^WI Yoscf"Govrtn vfsnPa1 a syna-
gogue in Odessa, and sought to do-
nate matzoh to the congregation in
in the belief that matzoh baking
was banned by authorities in that
city.
Izvestia. which called the Israelis
uninvited ....
members of
visitors thi ...,r:, ^..
true and thi have a J
bakery at tin -. agog .. ,,|;
take orders | ,,;,
Sinai Choir
On Television
On Sunda\ .- jj a-
Daniel M. L<" ; .^,
the TempU S Choir an(j
Fried, organic preset t|
iee for the W Hi mi
10. -.
Member^ r,
Cbctr who wil iii ip Jtl1
liam Robert- in Gr i I
Chet Gale. \orma Q|
Mrs. Sam Sci Mrs V tlt
ner. Mrs. Hai dbcrj )od|
.Ichn Ostroni

RABBI AND MRS. LANDAU
Park Synagogue "we had a rotating
[acuity, and 1 would like to achieve
lhat here, as well." The adnunistra-
lion lx>th at the branch and main
buildings
He smiled with reservation. "Of
course, all these plans are teilta
five. There is something of a bit
ol 'Chutzpah' for someone new to a
community and to so well-estab-
lished a congregation as Beth Da-
vid to envision programs even be-
(Ore he ha- had a chance ;o study
the individual characteristics of the
terrain.
"But," he added, "I do have
some rather vigorous plans for
our future adult education activi-
ties, from organiied classes and
lectures to at-home discussion
groups."
Rabbi Landau also hopes to in- :
stitute a series of parent-child re-
lations meetings for what he calls
"the crucial age groupings." These
would study such questions as:
What are the psychological and
intellectual needs of the child?
How does religious education
attempt to mec: these needs?
How does the pre-adolescent
and adolescent view retigion in
terms of his scientific studies in
the secular school, and what should
the synagogue and the home do to
bridge whatever gaps may arise
in his or her thinking?
Among other areas of activity.
Rabbi Landau hopes to engage in
pastoral counseling, to continue the
tradition of the weekend "kallah"
at Beth David and to popularize
the Sabbath afternoon Talmud
class.
He and Mrs. Landau have two
children of their own. Ezra 11. and
Tamara 4.
They are no strangers to Mi-
ami. Rabbi Landau's sister and
brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Na-
1 than (Lotti) Glover, are them-
selves members of Beth David
Congregation and longtime Miam-
ians. Mrs. Landau is an accom-
plished pianist, who was well-
known as a recitalist and public
performer. The Rabbi's brother
is Siegfried Landau, conductor of
the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
His father is Rabbi Ezckial Lan-
dau, who for many years has been
rabbi of Hias in New York.
9 out of 10*
ad agencies
would rather
not discuss
CAMELOT HALL!
(THEY'RE SENSITIVE, BECAUSE
CAMELOT HALL HAS LEASED
273 APARTMENTS WITHOUT DOING ANY
ADVERTISING. THEY FEEL THAT
SUCH A THING SHOULDN'T HAPPEN,
NO MATTER WHAT.)
It has happened, though. Word-of-mouth did it. People talking
about the unsurpassed location, the unbelievably low oceanfron:
rentals, the luxury features-like 30' living rooms and private
terraces, wall-to-wall carpeting and covered parking. NOW THERE
ARE JUST 6 ONE-BEDROOM AND 23 TWO-BEDROOM
APARTMENTS LEFT AT CAMELOT HALL. There were, that is.
when this ad was written. We suggest you drop everything
and come see why people insist on raving about CAMELOT HALI
Two-Bedroom Apartments from *270
One-Bedroom Apartments from *200
i
1
m
Li RENTAL APARTMENTS
ON THE OCEAN AT 10185 COLLINS AVENUE BAL HARBOUR
UN 5-0535 By Southland General Builders
...the one placing this ad is No. 10.


5523, 1965
-Jenlsfi H-crldir
Page 13-A
J.S. Will Supply Conventional Arms


.TON (JTA) A
.*ment spokesman said
WErJSt the United
KdMOBtinue to refrain!
' *-inC a major supplier ;
^lliddle^-t.rn nations,,
1( the right to provide
--viinis ot conventional
,wial to meet legitimate
mu Robert McCloskey
-i requests were dealt
."bilateral basis" and he
j^nimem-n whether the
.. announcement of
Stratton ol arms fur
U-ab states was ac-
, nula '' -"l'P'y *m,:
kbnelina mannerleatl of-
:, e Arabs
r.M:Closkey said that in de-
Kt : the wishes of nations
i-ms requests, the De-
floes re* divulge the
cf requests oMhe progress
,i.ons. He "O'ed that the
jS-jies does not grant all
eceived.
.
ons in
changed
t ill the
I
.: ation
i
M ilson's
Richard
.. .. British
at a
I
thai H
i |
consult
|-, But. he
- speak'
pn senta-
ritait i :ed "the
les in the
. ,:;[ to (I.lend
lh ii 11 ipartite
jral al a time
i jes were
u:' ard them-
arbitrators
rhis i^ no
isitii because
Soi iel Union
partb, be-
mi,.. is m| hhe
n sm, going
yw the ei a nee ol
la ronliert
ItddM that certainly if the
bms'i-<(S become appropri-
|Hrt ,5 nothing I am sure,
|wtt House would like bet-
'o get same kind of
i"*" on ar-is supplies,
hcfrvrol and the banning of
Mr .tapons in that area."
presented
I resi question
tj A.
I leader
iton asked
thei Bri-
to the
Minis-
is the
i s r
bei ii re
I. in -all
j Idle East
nphasiz
- the meat
The
I i-ei water
\. | maximum
, concern-
i the river
I | roject
vhether
the situa-
rent from
I .ure.-me.it
we uvi It
PWiwegoi
i? Mr Wil*on whether
Wn,hre!men' Wis "*
ftt fT' Id i7h' *< t were in-
cjj. *Vem 0( Mlddlo
we m,9ht be forced
of lebonon Cited
V tebabUitatton
'- a Certifi-
Cedui of
the pan
to 9* to the aid of one or the other
side to put baW the frontiers,
quite irrespective of the rights
and wrongs of the initial con-
troversy which led the violation
of that frontier." In response,
the Prime Minister outlined the
changes in conditions in the area
since the 1950 signing.
Crossman also said that Britain's
desire "to be friendly with the
Arabs will not be allowed to affect
our relations with Israel. We are
I not going to change our policy by
sacrificing our friendly relations
' with the Jewish State to try to gain
(thc friendship of Nasser and the
'United Arab Republic."
The dinner, given by the Zionist
Federation of Britain and Ireland,
was also addressed by Selwyn
Lloyd, former Conservative For-
eign Secretary and now a member
of the opposition Shadow Cabinet,
who said that he and his fellow
Conservatives knew "very well"
that Israel was threatened publicly
by Arab leaders with extermina-
tion.
In his response, Mr. Lourie nailed
the existence in Britain of a bi-
partisan policy regarding Israel,
which he said was shown in the
appearance at the dinner of both
Crossman and Lloyd. He said he
was happy to affirm that the re-
cent change in the British Govero-
Iment from Conservative to Labor
simply emphasized that "friendship
for Israel is not a party matter."
DO YOU LOVE YOUR
GRANDCHILDREN?
Children Live in the Future.
Their gateway to that future is college
or other important financial needs and
every year the cost of these needs goes up.
IF YOU HAVE MONEY AVAILABLE FOR INVESTMENT
- MONEY WHICH YOU CAN PUT INTO SOUND SPECULATION WITHOUT ENDANGERING YOUR OWN SECURITY -
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST IT FOR THE FUTURE NEEDS OF YOUR GRANDCHILDREN
COME SEE FOR YOURSELF
From Palmetto Expressway, turn north at the N.W. 67th
Ave., Extension to Country Club of Miami; drive through
Country Club of Miami Estates and through Argo Farms
(2,500 feet) to Country Club Acres.
COUNTRY CLUB ACRES Would be a wise land invest
mint. It is raw land, divided by survey into 1, 2, S and 10 acre tracts. It
will not be in demand for development next month or next year but by 1970
it could be as valuable as ony residential land in Dade or Broward counties. It
is in Bioward County, just norih of the Dade County line, 5,000 feet from an
ana where lots not acres! are selling for S10.000 and up, as recently recorded.
It is directly in the path ot westward and northward growth; close enough to
Greater Miami to be strongly affected by it, yet subject to Broward's lower
taxes. Arterial trafticwoys hove already been mapped and documented they
will eventually bound the property on all sides. Adjacent property on the south
is listed with brokers for sale at $6,000 an acre.
This is not "get-rich-quick" land; it is a long-range opportunity for the serious
investor, with far stronger potential Than risk. It is being offered by a sound,
reputable company, the developers of Plantation Acres, and some SI 5,000,000
worth of other sound, successful Florida properties.
INVESTIGATE
COUNTRY CLUB ACRES
You Can Drive Right to COUNTRY CLUB ACRES
INVESTMENT CORP. OF FLORIDA, Developers of Plantation Acres
Fort Lauderdale: 3101 N. Federal Hwy. Phone 947-3536



Fage 14-A
Oil the Record:
Jew 1st ncrid&n
Friday, April
#-vttoc -l s|-
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Columnist Recalls
Some Good Books
THE YEAR 1964 was not a wholly f*"
wasted one for me even though <
an eye handicap prevented mi f
from reading more freely. Whs
was troubling is that there wen
lew really fine books, let alon
great ones. Most painful of all wa ?
that the year failed for the (in
time in many years to produce I
single good book on Lincoln. OncL_
would have though! that the cuneut c.vu ngnis
struggle, or revolution, as some of our Negro friends
Ci.ll it, would be con-ucive to-new in-depth studies of
the Li'ncxln Image. Instead, the well seems to have
dried u;>.
When Sen. J. W. Fulbrighfs "Old Myths
rnd New Realities" first appeared (Random
lions?). I couM not for subjective reasons
get myself to read it. Now that I have. I find it a
thouuht-provoking and unorthodox study that will
gain in stature as our international troubles multi-
ply.
If you are an armchair archaeologist, you can
count on spending several warm hours near your
hearth reading John Marco Allegros "Search in
the Desert" (Doubleday). It is a story of an expe-
dition into the .ludean hills.
And if you are an intellectual who craves to sa-
vor an occasion from Russian sources, your hunger
should be stilled by a reading of "The Collected Tales
and Plays" of Nikolai Gogol (Pantheon), edited by-
Leonard J Kent.
One of the most sensitive novels of the year wa-
"The Woman in the Dunes" (Knopf' from the Japa
nese? by Koboa Abe. It is in essence the story of
two lonely people, a man and a woman, who have
been brought together in a sand pit by circumstances.
Despite its air of flippancy. Friday the Rabbi
Slept." by Harry Kemelman (Crown), is a much bet-
ter book than it seems.
Israel continued to fascinate the American read-
er in 1964. judging from the number of books it gen-
erated. One of the finest was "Israel" by Joan Co
may and Moshe Pearlman (McMillan), a profile in
pictures.
To Wayne State University Press. I am indebted
for a book that brought me hew delight "An Ap-
ol Gad." by Beongcheon Yu. the art and thought of
Lafacadio Hearn. who in thus writer's generation
was considered one of the most fa-einating writers
An' incomparable In its field was "Buying the
Wind" by Richard M Doraon I Chicago Universit)
Press), Here is regional folklore at its best, a re
markable collection o: tales, riddles, proverbs, cus-
toms superstitions ami folktales.

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
New York Federation Looks Ahead

On Almond Eyes
r^^Sgj^ recently at the Miami conference
^|jP*^ly 1% p,- j Schwartz, Ol the Israel
Bond Organization, intimated that the
Aral) boycott had been in some ways
something ol a blessing in disguise to
Israel. Unable to trade with her neigh-
bors, Israel ''.,' forced to develop its
maritime power and now has a very ion
siderable merobanl marine of more than
a million tone Right DOW, two new ships
_l are being built.
History does seem to repeat Itself. After the American
evolution, writes the historian, Uilliam liarlan Hale, -The
I iti-h. now that we were out ot their empire, shut Yankee
- tippers out of their West Indies This step did not turn
u too well fer the British, since all it did was to swing
Vmericail attention clear around the globe to the far
richer world of the Orient and cause us to build a mer-
:. nt Beet that within ten pear* outweighed that ol an\
atiou save Britain herself
Yankee merchants began reaoMng out to India and far
ff China. Actually the great fortunes in the days oi the
Washington Administration and down on for a consider
able number of year- were built on this trade
The American ships carried lumber and furs. Israel
has none of these, but it has oranges, phosphates, and it has
I Imonds. This past week, the Jerusalem Post carried an
dvertisement for a girl with eyes like almonds. They want
her to model for a photograph to be used in connection
. ith the advertisement abroad of Israeli Almonds.
The Bible has many references to almonds symbolic-
ally. The red of Aaron sprouted almonds However, the idea
i eves like almonds, as far as I know, is new. In the Song
of Songs, we are told of eyes like "does beside the water
brooks" and again eyes like "the pools of Heshbon." Here,
there is a suggestion of liquidity of eyes that give you the
leeling of mystery and movement like a stream, but no
where is there a suggestion of eyes like nuts. However,
1 must admit, eyes like almonds do suggest beauty.
In Hebrew, the word sheked, or almond, is also used for
a precocious child as the almond is one of the first plants
to bloom.
The advertisement, at any rate, shows that the Israelis
have got what we would call advertising "know-how And
speaking of know-how, it has invaded the Israeli vocabu-
lary. There is a Hebrew- term for it now, "yede," and Moatte
sharett does not like it In a speech this week
THE MANNER in which trance I
of professional leadership ofl
the Federation of Jewish PhiUnj
thropies of New York would take
place with the appointment of Dr.
David G S.ilten to the newly-creat.l
ed post oi exeonth director of thel
Federation has now been clarified.!
Dr Salten is scheduled to assume?
his post on Oct. 1. and it is con jjj
template;! that he will succeed Dr. Ma n
ur and Joseph Willen on January 1, 1967.
Until that time, Dr. Hexter and Mr Willen.
long-time executive vice presidents of the Federa-
tion, will remain in their positions as executive
vice presidents It is anticipated that, on January-
1. 1967. Dr. Salten will l>e elected by the Federa-
tion Board of Trustees as executive vice president,
with Hexter and Willen becoming executive con-
sultants. The interim 15-month period will be one of
training and study for Dr. Salten. under the leader
ship and direction of the president of the Federation,
currently Irving Mitthel Felt, and the two executive
vice president-
During this time, Dr. Salten will become famil-
iar with the methods, programs, operations, admin
istration and needs of the Federation, which annually
raises about $20,000,000 for normal maintenance
needs, and is currently engaged in a S180.000
Building Fund campaign. It is expected thai (tal
the fall and winter. Dr. Salten will w rk n i
with the fund-raising staff of Federation. hile
maintenance fund-raising campaign is In progress
He will work more closely wi:h the !'motional
staff, during the spring, when the Distribution CoJ
niittee meets with the affiliated agencies to deter-
mine the budgetary allocations for the en: lino U
cal year. In this transition period. Dr. Hexter and
Mr. Willen and their associates as well at the
festionals and lay leaders of the affiliated senciesj
w ill weft with Dr. Salten to transmit to him rhetrl
knowledge and experience in such diverse lelds aj
fund-raising, communal planning, fund distribution!
medical services, social aad gaaup i-srk. recnm10-tj.
services and the full gamut of activities performed
under the Federation banner.
Dr. Salten was the unanimous selection after il
15-month search by a Committee on SuccesHNtli
appointed by the president of Federation upon the!
urging of the two executive vice-presidents The com-]
mittee compiled a list of candidates trom the pro-]
Cessions, education and business, as well a> :romtie
Held of social work and comniunin organization.]
There will be no changes in Federation's present
professional staff organization. The status of all ex-
ecutives remains as presently constituted
Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN
Israel Defense Strategy Blocked
DESPITE AMERICAN military Wows]
against the sources of aggression in
North Viet Nam. the Administration is
trving to restrain Israel from following a
similar defensive strategy on the water]
diversion issue.
The main foreign policy objective]
Of the United States in the Middle East
is the improvement of American-Arab|
relations. It is now clear that the State
Department is trying to silence Congress]
the Arab blockade, to organize new channels of aid to
Egypt, and otherwise appease President Nasser To avoid
offi ndlng Arab sensitivity, the State Department declined
comment on the historic establishment of diplomatic re-
lations between Israel and West Germany. Although aware
Ol the new shipments of Soviet arms to Egypt, the depart
ment sought to evade responsibility lor selling balancing
arms to Israel
Presides)) Johnson is Mid to teel tltat his assurance to
Israel Of his devotion to Israeli security and regional
11 act should be adequate. Accordingly. Secretary oi state
Dean Rusk recently discussed the Arab Israel issue with a
:ation of American Jewish leaders to the State Depart-
ment in an effort to sell them the administration line The
p ma headed by Rabbi Joachim Print, chairman oi
the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
i tnszations it included such veteran pro-Israel leaders
Rabbi Philip BernBtetn, of Rochester. N V and Mrs.
Rose llalpnn. ot New York.
Mr, Rusk BOUghJ to subtly influence the delegation
to restrain Israel from defensive measures on the water
issue. The Arabs are preparing to divert water flowing
into Israel. The Israelis may use military measure- to
prevent this. There are rising criticisms <>t efforts to ap-
pease Egyptian Presldeni Nasser Mr. Rusk tried to ex-
plain that was in Israel's best interests for Ihe I'nited
Mates to maintain an "effective presence*' in Cairo. Oth-
erwi.-e, he warned, a situation hazardous to Israel might
develop
But the delegation felt that enough hazards already
confronted Israel. They cited lack of I clean, firm, and up-
locate statement ot Middle Eastern policj by the United
State- Also needed were actions consistent with justice
and the realities ol Nasser's aggression and blackmail
WHAT IS BEHIND
WILUAMS-JAVITS BILL?
The Williams-Javits Bill (S. 948) is now
backed by 31 senators representmg both par-
ties. An effective piece of free trade legis-
lation, the bill asserts American determina-
tion to trade where we wish. It resists econom-
ic piracy practiced by others and protects
legitimate American business interests More-
over, it is a contribution to an improved bal-
ance of payments situation
The bill w uld protect American business-
men from restrictive trade practices ami boy-
cotts imposed by the Arab League it would
do this by enabling American concerns t re
fuse requests for information, agreements, or
other actions designed to restrict trade with
Israel or any other count!> V
company asked by the Aral.- '.....rate in
restrictive trade practice.-, would
fall back on a Government regl
iting such collaboration.
- The delegation told Mr Rusk j
lien oi responsibiht) for maintaii it ionalsr
I aiance to deter aggression. Mr. Rusk is I
Soviet munition^ shipments arriving in I
The climax came when the delegal *J
ever State Department opposition to a -nding **
ovcof amendment. This exposed the
Administrations actual |>oliey. Mr B
tained thai he did not know the Depart in (
against the pending William-Javits Bi
the meeting wee Phillips Talbot. A
state for Near Eastern Affairs. The m i "
Less than three hours later. Mr ''">".'
by Douglas MacArttmr 2nd. Aaaistanl Sei '.v u
tor Congressional Relations, were in the *n"e,;J3
building. They were beseeching Senators "",'K-',MJ
New York Republican, and Harrison Wll v' ,
Democrat, to avoid committee li. ,lu' m,m
Nasser might be -pared any offense
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Grand Movie Man Adolph Zukor
Hollywood!
AT THE launching of "Harlow' I
*^ at Paramount studios will [
champagne and caviar breakfast, (I
Dixieland band, star imprints ami
dazzling ceremonies reminiscent ofl
the era of the early 1930's bulky!
producer Joseph E. Levine was!
seen haitd-in-hand with a small,!
frail, immaculately -dressed young!
man of 92, Adolph Zukor, the found-r
er of Paramount and dean of the American film in-
dustry.
There was a marked contrast between the brassy
appearance of screen star Carroll Baker arriving in
a flashy white convertible of the period, surrounded
by uniformed chauffer, a servant and two majestic
greythounds, and the wise, old gentleman with the
We.
slight smile whose foresight made II -,l1 ^
He was on the very same scene oi ll->n>*" (|pf
before Jean Harlow. and still is active SO >
her untimely demise. ultt
Adolph Zukor experienced his first ro"J ^m
entertainment world in the early >Va|C*
the
he founded Penny Arcade* in New York in
tion with the late Marcus Loew
assoc*
Later7htedM#S
iuii tviui urc lave .1........ ------ tJ.iis linil|n
married Arthur Loew, the tycoons son. ^
the two families that were to become tne
fathers of Hollywood. f(ir more
Paramount Pictures now rs operaim* ^
than 50 years, and Adolph Zukor. the grew ^
of the cinema who started the s'31"*- ''_,,. to thl
ing a four-reel film with Sarah f,u"", car*ef
country in 1912. gave impetus to the isr^ ^
ot James O'Neill, Minnie Maddeni r> m
Rarrymore and the rise of Mary P"**-
low and Carroll Baker.


April
23. 1965
+Jenisl! fhrkMam
Ptrqe ISA
Israel, Spain Work Out Ship Tiff
/
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
agreement regulating Israeli-
Spanish shipping relattons is e\
pected i i be signed in Madrid 'his
week, thus n solving a week-long
dispute nvor denial of Spanish port
privileges for Israeli snipping, in-
formed sources reported here (his
week.
The agreement is to be signed by
a representative of the Zim Israel
Lines and Spain's Maritime Under-
secretary. Fur the past week,
Israeli ship.-, have been barred from
all but two Spanish ports under
what Israeli sources considered
Arab boycott measures. Spanish
spokl -men have denied such pres-
sure, attributing the move to "ad-
ministrative reasons."
The agreement to which Spain
assented, apparently because of
the sharp Israeli reaction to the
port restrictions, will relate only
to Zim shipping initially. But it
was expected that the pact be
widened to cover other Israeli
maritime firms, although current-
ly only Zim ships are calling at
Spanish ports.
Spain's refusal to allow the
Israeli motel ship, the N'ili. to u J
a southern Spanish port result* I
in cancellation of several holiday
cruises by Somcrfin of Geneva, tl
owners of the ship. About 4,5
I'.r.t tns had made reservations fi
the cruises, which was to have i
eluded ferry service from SOUtl
amp'.on on Slay 15 on the $8,400,0' j
ship now being completed.
The Somerfin company a
nounoed it would return the rest
vations payments to the passenjiei
A substantial advertising campai'- i
had brought total bookings of (
400,000 in Britain.
Itrk S Popick (left) and Joseph EL Jacobson (riqht) look over
|raoreement with which Jacobson has established a revolv-
ing student loan fund for pharmacy students at the Hebrew
Ifoiversity of Jerusalem.
liamian
Forms Univ. Loan Fund
| revolving loan fund for stu-
nts attendinc the Pharmacy
10f the Hebrew University of
alem was established this
bv Joseph E Jacobson of
mi Beach
|A retired pharmacist. Jacobson
i taken the lead in recognizing
meed of trained I'uimacists in
eSlate of Israel.
Known in Greater Miami for
ki miny benefactions on behalf
education, both in the United
Slates and in Israel, Jacobson
i set up a loan fund to benefit
I maximum number of deserv-
I pharmacy students who will
ply for assistance
ting to .1 a c k S I'opiek,
ni oi the South Florida Di-
i of the American Friends of
(Hebrew University, "Jacobson
all) prefers not to have his
s publicized but was finally per.
thit this might have the
of making others follow in
s footsteps.''
in the Miani area who
have made their contributions to
the Hebrew University in the foini
of revolving loan funds are Mrs.
Carrie Rosen and Samuel T. Sa-
piro. whose funds are available to
"serious students'' with a prefer-
ence for those in the sciences Mrs.
Sarah Harris has set up a bequest
providing for a student loan fund
Dr. Alexander Rogers, of Holly-
! wood, has established a loan fund
for medical students in honor of
his father. Dental Students are be-
ing assisted by a loan fund con-
tributed by Dr. and Mrs. J. A.
Qreenhouse.
"The growing shortage of phar
ma cists in Israel, and the need to
extend the teaching and research
programs make imperative and ur-
gent the assistance Of friends from
throughout the world and particu-
larly the understanding and sup-
port of Jewish pharmacists every-
where who will undoubtedly be the
first to appreciate the significance
| of the Pharmacy School and the in-
! dispensable role it is playing in
I Israel," Popick declared.
\kwish Educators
\Affirm LB J Assist
pw YORK (JTA) The
Ptaial Council for Jewish Educa-
the professional association
[Jewish educators, announced
' **rt it- naoi - ">n Administration's bill for
ral aid t0 education.
bnh '"'' P"t
F me measure, principal!) be-
r," !' shared time
P*"*ool facilities and for aid
L7,r ial and other
** schools. Orthodox
r-,fu,r se asaoci-
' wBh da) schools, have en-
*otnt new law.
P NCJE is the first Jewish
*'" roup representing all
nLtt Jewish 9rouPin9* to
, comV J"1eaSUre- The NCJE
ZT" of com-
CcL ed,u",lon*' agencies.
Si ifter"<*>n and day
K *" Jewish denomin.
* instructors in Jewish
ltr'fain.ng school*.
I thaUE s,atc,* I Z ^Mnmendattoni of the
"elude aid to "the
BupoTh I""1' With0,rt infri"8-
Ne of n l""'- "Wal>ed prin-
fc"VE*!t,on'" chUK* and
FPwd Z^, ^WnlxatioM
fcianinT""' '"" contend that
P^8omentisinhentta
J'analysis of the educa-
I h) six :,-
l J.. UonB and 25
Utive V "U'v> '
[ the h, Bress
N, '::,i'i'ro\(.d measure
I aW :" ""' Set. Keite-
"Wments previously stated
Phr.
by various Jewish organizations,
the analysis asserted that the Ad-
ministration bill theatened to im-
pair "the constitutional guaranties
of separation of church and state.
The analysis stressed the need
for amendment to the bill to per-
mit cfiallenje to proposals con-
sidered controversial, and warn-
ed that if the bill was passed with-
out such a provision, "appropria-
tions will be made and monies
spent in a way that may well
be unconstitutional."
Th.re were do Orthodox groups
among the signer- oi 'he analysis.
The national groups that spun
ad the statement were the
American Jewish Congress. Jewish
Labcr Committee. Jewish War Vet-
rant, National Council of Jewish
Women, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and the United
Synagogue of America.
Gurion Farband
Meeting Slated
BenC.urion Farband Branch of
Fat-band will meet Thursday. Apr
,29. 8 p.m.. at the Farband Cultural
Center, 842 Washington Ave
Manuel Burstein. president, will
'conduct the business portion oi she
meeting.
A cultural presentation will lea
i the i7tli annl
independence. Fof Bhe oct asion, a
special composition, i Sal ite '
Israel," by Samuel Wexler, will be
offered.
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friends Women Set
Installation Function
lens Division, Amen-
- ol Ac Hebrew Uni-
\, Wednesday, May 5. 8
,hl. annual Independence
.bratwn in ihe Roney Pla
is ttillknuwn in the
leadership in
lor
I. is*
I which she 's tormer
ihe Brandeis Group
Tur'reni hon rap viT.'"''*
IN*
Men) ol
ni ii"
, < haptcr. as
program
and now
lent, as i ell
.. nt ol recn-
i ik re-
. i Bl Sister
K-< lhau has >erved as record-
American
. ;,., as thnirman ol Ihe
I | the Year Luncheon.
Frequent visitor to lirael with
' er husband, Mrs. Thau brings to
her new role "a deep persona]
knowledge and .i rare understand-
na i,. the ui"H need for higher
education and research represent-
ed by Israel's outstanding insti-
tution, the Hebrew Universitj ol
ierusalem, according to Mrs
Samuel Simonhoff, w'.iom Mrs Thau
succeeds.
Mi- Simonhcfl has devoted
three years to the Greater Miami
Women's Division which now num-
bers more than 300 m-mix ;> and
les mi re t.'ian 50 Women i f
Bo k su| porti i th< Jew ish
Va'i n il and I ni sity I ary
who have contributefl sifts ol SI
i r more
Mrs. SimonhoH will continue to
i \ e the Ami i < an Ki ien as li n-
> rarj p.csidi nl ul l.ie M nt n'a
ivision and member ol the na-
t onal b rd
n
j
by ISABEL GRCVE
Now honeymooning on an ex-
endH lour ol Europe are the
ItBrncr Pauline Sater and Jack
Isdwarw. who whanged vows
[ Sunday. .V The noon
Inditing and reception was held
Li the h me l I'aulini 's brot.v
(rind -. ti Dr Sherman
an. with the
.1,1(1 wives.
I Ralv.h D maid and
Uarcc Ic co hi '- The cham-
lunchi ni riddU ,1 w it"
laa>i> in !h m ywi Is w h i 1 e
act ordion kepi
noon sentimental with old
I ..ii iik couple
pen. neck in Si i York before
I Haropcan
B Iti ikes in Lisbon,
Israel, Istanbul,
|- 'arts, London.
iahl circle six
I lenco in \i- i Yoi k. anil
I" ami Bi K ,i
Gi : has always kidded
I iboul In- traveling, or
;iN Hi cc." she says
i,i as KI Lauderdale"
:'' horizon is all
I Marcia now She and
i Mrs l> thj Gold,
I have recentlj re-
from ., rive-week trip that
;1 '" Spain, Israel, Tur-
Ft Iran, Indian, Bangkok. Hong
Kong and rokyo Marcia says
t nut n. v she's a placc-dropper .
"Beautiful," says Marcia, d earn-
il> ... All l can sec is the Taj
Mahal."
Imagine Hying half-way around
iht u. rid Just to be installed as
n.it: n..I v ice president ol B'nal
B'rith E. Albert Pallo and
' is tltian-haired Honey, will do
)ust that when he leaves here
Kiid..> (or the B'nai B'rith con
vention in Tel Aviv, Israel, where
he will stay t<'n days, then con
iinu,- on an Oriental round-the-
orld tour .
Togi liter ith his brother and
si er in law, the Louis Pallots,
f 900 Boj Drive, Miami Beath,
some '! '' t >ts will include
Honolulu. Tokyo. Kyoto, Hong
K< ng, Bnngkok, \.u Delhi and
Athens, Ik fore enplaning lor
home .
Other loealiie- going to Israel
to attend the convention are the
Judge Milton A. Fricdmans, Sam
Nt li it-:. C I. Will am Short nstein
.ii I William A. Shayne. .
The I','Dots expect to be back
in the isa bj June l
Ki wm R, stern and his Frances
arc off on an eight-week trip
:.!ir. ad Hial will take them i" ten
countries, including Israel, where
thes M \ :sit with lus children
*A,
'W>
ornan s
IMoricl
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 23. 1965
Section B
I
iple Fmanu-El host Board of Directors of the
the National Women's Leaque of the Ui
f America a- a recent luncheon meetinq in the
I L kln HalL Shown are Mrs. Max D-.nismc.n, Mri
recent luncheon meetinq in
n are Mrs. Max D'.nismc.n, r
' president of the Florida Reqicn. Mrs. Her-
at
Members of the Greater Miami Women's Divis-
ion, American Fronds of the Hebrew Univer-
lity. meet to p'an their installation ceremony
May 5, 8 p.m.. at the Roney Plaza Hotel. From
left are mcominq president, Mrs. Philip F.
Thau; outqoinq picsident, Mrs. S-imuel Simon
heff; Nominations Committee chairman anc
recoidinq secre'.ary. Mrs. Siamund Foqler: and
member of the President's Cabinet, Mrs.
Chcrles Charcowsky.
YOUNtRORIDIAN SHOP
Emanu-H Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Irv-
-uman.
travel the
fatty
via these areat
travek luiiis
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JcnistncridHan
Friday, April 22
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
A Prolific Writer in Our Midst
Beth David Ladies
Donor Luncheon
A little learning
is not necessarily
a dangerous
thins, but rather
B necessary thing.
For nothing is
simple anymore.
not even arith-
metic. At least it is possible to
kr.ow something about everylhing.
if not all about anything. We have
but to turn the pages of any popu-
lar magazine and, presto. Instant
Einstein. The age that has pro-
duced complexity has also engen-
dered the interpreter of special-
ized know ledge, the virtuoso of the
intellectual peep show the mag-
azine article writer.
Since the early 1930s. Edith M.
Stern has not only been a pro-
lific writer of magazine articles,
but she has published three novels
and numerous non-fiction books,
in addition t o pamphlets and
tracts for the government. Some
three -hundred articles have ap-
peared in such magazines as Read-
er Digest. McCalls. and Ladies
Home Journal. A preponderance
of her work deals with psycholog-
ical and social welfare subjects.
Involvement in Causes
In Edith Stern's Brickcll Town
House apartment, the impudent
Florida sun intruded on her and
the cool sophisticated setting of
her study. Work was in her type-
writer. A proposed new book is
under consideration l>\ a publish-
er. Fortified by cigarettes, coffee,
energy born o( highly tuned
nerves and a marvelous exper-
tise -']( practices her craft.
C nsidering the emphasis her
work reflects on social welfare
problems, she could only conclude
that her "interest stem- from my
Jewish background and the Jew-
IDI1H M. STUN
m little Iteming
tion. hundreds of thousands of
copies have been sold. Edith
Stem was prompted to explore the
problems facing a family when a
member suffers mental illness af-
ter witnessing the ineptitude JUT-
rounding a friend's sudden col-
lapse. Selections trom her b: ok on
handicapped children have been
translated into Hebrew and pub-
lished in Israel.
Her magaaine articles arc
ue.nei to helping one cope
with the mentally retarded, the
aging parent, the displaced. She
studies researches and then ex-
tracts from the profusion ol i -
oteric material those facts which,
when translated into popular
language, can communicate the
possibility of a better way.
Her First Novel
Magazine articles can inter
pret >pccial knowledge,'' said
Edith Stern. "But today so many
of them sound alike. Perhaps the
loss of the* peTWnal refationsbip
that used to exi.st between write:
and editor may account tor this.
The cditi r and writer used to de-
\e ip an article together. Now an
article hus to please a committee
for it to be accepted."
One of Edith Stern's first artic-
les, entitled "Content Crazy." was
picked up by the Reader's Digest
and thus ensued an association of
many years. Contrary to cliche.
Edith Stern admits to no all-con-
suming yearning to be a creative
writer. Rather, after graduation
from Barnard College in New-
York, she aspired to be a literary
critic and editor. It was at Live-
right, publishers, where she was a
reader, that she was encouraged
to write her first novel.
She wrote "Purse Strings" in
nine weeks. It received a lead re-
Women's League for Israel
\v men's League for Israel,
Miami Beach Chapter, will hold its
monthly meeting on Thur. daj Apr,
29 1 p.m.. nt Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Faye Tupler, president, said that
Dr Abraham Wolfs m. chairman of
North Shore
Women's Chapter
Installation Set
ish proclivity lor involvement in the Spinoza Forum tor Adult Educa
tion. will discuss Moses Mai
monides.
causes.
Perhaps her most successful
work is her book entitled "Men
tal Illness A Guide for the
Family." Now in its fourth edi-
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will install officers
Monday noon, May 3, at the Roney
Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Lester Arkin will install Mrs.
Irving Mandel as president. Vice
presidents are Mesdames Ira
Youngentaub. ways and means;
Eddy New-mark, membership; and
Edward Arnold, program.
Others to be installed include
Mesdames Irving Kleinman, fi-
Iretaliation luncheon of Miami nancial secretary; Ira Silver, cor-
Beach Chapter. Brandeis University i responding secretary; William
Notional Women's Com mitt ee, will Rosenberg, recording secretary;
be held on Friday noon, Apr. 30, Joseph Cohen, social secretary;
at the Eden Roc Hotel. Jack Fein, treasurer; Lester Arkin,
parliamentarian.
Mesdames Arthur J. Smith,
Brandeis Women's
Installation Set
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Ticket chairman is Mrs. Morton
Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron Fan- w ill in-
stall incoming officers and board
members.
Program chairman is Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Sam Goldman
is outgoing president. A film.
"Brandeis '65," will show the uni-
ersity campus ;.t Waltham, Ma -
auditor; Louis Lesch. historian;
Ann Levitan, counselor; David
Drecben. sentinel; Lester Arkin.
guardian; and George C. LevllUOfl,
Fdyth Zerman and Harry Dickert.
trustees.
Mrs, Betty Teitlbaum is outgoing
ei I
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Beth David M-teihoo,! uti,
donor hUKheon *ill j,,
*-c firs> ''"'<' the Bet '',..
view in the New York Times, fpector Hal! on I mrsday. .or
Despite the good reviews, only "Wa.m.
2.uuo copies were sold. Members ol Sisti h ,'
-Soon I deckled." said Edith ^[' PW th. equ
Stern 'That if 1 could write only tna' W1 be "' ";| at
a nur novel. 1 could produce an ^ **
excellent piece of non-liction. So Mrs. Muria; Dacks i.. presid
I've been in this field, happily of Sisterhood. Mrs Bern
ever alter." ls unor ehairmi
1: was also while a reader at
Liverigiit that she came upon a
collection of short stcries by an
author whose only writing credits
were some few stories in the liter-
ary magazines of Paris.
I responded, to tbis-tvartei* s a
man who said what he had to say-
simply and effectively," recalled
Mrs. Stern. 'Here, there was no wiu hold a Pa.^,,
precious writing. At two o clock on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at DcW.
that afternoon. I finished the book dens
and took the afternoon off. I could Mrs Loui, MakoV8ky is p-wnr
do no more reading that day, I chairman. Featured w|fj | H",t,
had discovered a writer." Wagner, contralto; stank;. Sot
wear, tenor; and Olga BiborStttj
accompanyinu at the piar.-,
Mrs. Herman England*
Camelot Hall, will share the part
with 200 residents of the hnnwi
honor of her birthday. Gcee
will be extended bj .Mrs. Lan

are Mrs. Morris Kabinou.
Mrs. Murray Marcus,
rctary.
Aged Home Sets
Passover Musical
Greater Mian.; Women Ait
iliary. .lewis'! Home for the Aa
art
1,21
Discovering Hemingway
Liveright published the book.
Only 475 copies were sold. Edith
Stern had discovered Ernest Hem-
ingway.
She is one of a few laymen to Silverman. president, an W
be invited to speak at the annual Sol Silverman. honorary pniat]
meeting of the American Psy-
chiatric Association. She is also
a special consultant to the Na-
tional Institute of Mental Health
and is listed in -Who's Who in
America." Her latest book, "You
and Your Aging Parent.'' will be
off the presses on Apr. 21.
lit cent settler in Miami. Edith
Stern recoils trom the insistent
sun. The narrow view from her
balcony reveals a lazy bay aid
languishing pi
Hemophilia Group
In Donor Lunch
Miami Beach Hi mo| hi
ary, So ithem n I
Hemophilia ti n
di nor and inst lion I :
the Carillon Hoti. on v
Honored guests includ J
Melvin Richar
She feels iso- wald, Attorn < i
lated from die center of things. Judy Holland, i
What do people want to read the H pe Schi
about? She is no longer certain, president, So I Divii
But it is inevitable that Edith philia Pounda Dr Sig
Stern will recognise that the ach- sen. instructor medicine at
ing and the anxious are here and University ol Miami and I V
everywhere. And she will write Itosenthal. associate hen |
about them and for them. And she National Found: Ml Su li Hs|
will interpret difficult language pital. New York ( ity.
and ideas bringing a little learn- Mrs. Delia s Delancy Is life pn]
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Friday. April 23, 1965
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Louise Wise Chapter Meeting
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
'I he meeting will feature an
.to Wise Chapter, Florida Worn- original show. "How Well Do You
' revision American Jewish Know Your Bible." with partici-
__. pants from those attending.
Ur, A.m.. K wh.te. program
Aomin and x ice president of the
Congress
announces that a meet-
.. chapter will take place There will als.t lH' a report hv
Thursday. Vpr. 29. 11:45 a.m.. at .lo-eph 1. Yanich. regional on the recent Women's Division
convention in Washington, with
special reference to the newly
pasted Federal Aid to Education
)..; and the current developments
relating to Soviet Jewry, as well as
discussion of President Johnson's
Voting Bill.
A candlelighting ceremony, un-
iler the chairmanship of Mrs. Mor-
ris Raymer. will be conducted for
members celebrating special oc-
casions.
Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque, presi
dent of the chapter, will conduct
the meeting, and Mrs. Lillian Town-
send will be hostess.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments for the afternoon will lie
Mesdamc- Mary S. Cohen, execu-
te vice president; Louis Coj<
membership vice president: Si
Herder; fund raising vice pre-;-
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Guests "ill be greeted by M
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Friday. Aoril

ADA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ada (Mrs. Andrew) Greenfield, as a little girl in New
York City, was always interested in tlie music and lilt of
words. At school, she loved composition and was always
writing. She feels that unconsciously her mother must have
been a poet because of her rhyming and beautiful think-
ing. Ada went to Columbia, taking a creative writing
course. She worked as a secretary,
but was always the one to do the
dictating and writing of letters, no
matter what job she held.
She met her husband at a Charity
Ball while he was going to Cooper
I'nion in New York, and they wait-
ed until he graduated as a civil en-
gineer before they were married.
Their three children were teethed
on rhyming Ada had a flair for
writing for and to children. Time
for writing wasn't as easy to find
in those days as it is now. The chil-
dren are grown up now with fam-
ilies of their own. All of Ihem Have
inherited a part of their mothers
talent. The children arc son Dan-
iel and Ruth, who live in Westport, Conn.; daughter Judith
and David If. Levitan. Long Island, N.Y.; and daughter
Janice and Arthur Weiss, who live in .Miami. Among them
the Greenfields have six grandchildren.
After spending much time in Miami since 1927. the
Greenfield.- moved here to live in 1935. Ada is a life member
ol the Woman's Press Club of New York City and a mem-
ber of ASCAP. As a member of the Miami Music Club, she
did a club radio show for two years on WVCG. She was one
of the founders of the Cardiac Hospital here. She belongs
to the Laramore Ruder Poetry Group and attends meetings
faithfully. She goes to all of the Civic and Community Con
cert Series She has given invitational readings of her poetry
at the Auditorium and Surfside Library, as well as other
places. She has an irresistable pen. having written many
poems, song lyrics and prose which has been published
Two of Ada's better known songs are "When in My
Heart, which Roberta Peter- sang, and "America is a
Beautiful Word.'" the music of which was written by Mi-
ami's own Jacques Wolfe, composer of "Shorfnin" Bread."
Ada also uses the name Ada Greenfield Morely. behind
whuh is an interesting story. Dan aspired to the stage and
didn't want a prosaic name, so he legally changed to .Morely.
Janice alto used the name Morely in her writing, so moth-
er uses it too. bringing them all close together.
Ada has tried to write recording to a time schedule, but
she finds that it doesn't work because of the requirements
of her home, garden, husband, and keeping in close con-
tact with her children. However, she doesn't nerd a time, a
feeling, or an urge. All she needs is to pick up the pen. and
the words flow quickly and smoothly.
The Greenfields have an Open Door home, where friends
are always welcome. They like to entertain at small dinner
parties with people who belong together. Interested in the
same things. Discussions about music, art and writing go
on tar into the night. Ada admires and envies women who
can use their hands who can knit, sew or paint. Ada, with
a pen, you do the very same thing.
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g 1965 !
Forty-Niners^ViF
Install Officers
Irving Schatzman, reel, M. I
.dent of the Forty-:WnerYiffl
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Israeli Group
Instillation Set
Israeli Group of lladassah offi-
cers will be installed by Mrs. Nat
berth, president of Miami Beach
Chapter, on Monday.
Following the luncheon at the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. R. M. Schwartz
will present a musical program,
with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano
Mrs. Samuel Appel is president
ol the Israeli Group.
'U
MISS SHARON SCHATZ
Sharon Schatz
Betrothal Told
To Mr. Katzker
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sehntr. 3658
SW 22nd Ter. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Sharon
Kaye. to Leonard Katzker.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz-
ker, 7791 SW 1Mb St.
An August wedding is planned.
Dunskys Reveal
Tessa's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunsky,
18201 NE 10th Ave., N. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Tessa Dunn, to
R and Mrs. Maurice Altshuler. 650
72nd St., Miami Beach.
The future bride attends Miami
Dade Junior College where she is
majoring in education. Her iiance
also attend* Miami Dade Junior
College, majoring in business ad-
ministration.
The couple plan to enroll at Flor-
ida Atlantic University at Boca
Raton this fall, where Miss Dunn
will continue toward a BS degree
in education, and Mr. Altshuler will
enter the school of law.
A reception honoring the couple
will be held at the Deauville Ho-
tel on July 4.
Pioneers Planning
Varied Functions
Mrs. Miriam Halperin, president
of Golda Meir Club Greater Mi
ami Council of Pioneer Women, is
scheduling a regular meeting for
Wednesday. 1 p.m.. in the ('im-
munity Room of Washington Feder-
al. 1234 Washington Ave.
Among o'hers. there will be a re-
port by Mrs William Beck with,
chairman of the Nominating Com-
mittee.
Mrs Sonia KondaU, an active Pi.
oneer Woman from Boston, will
discuss the 17th anniversary of the
State ol Israel.
Clob Eilat is holding a Pesacfa
musical rev icw on Saturday. 8 p.m..
in the Workmen's Circle Hall. 26
Wa.shington Ave.
All nine Pioneer Women's groups
will be represented at the func-
tion. Proceeds will go to the Child
Rescue Fund in Israel.
Mis. Ida Kowalsky is president
cf this business and professional
group.
*
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. vice
president of Club II is honoring
President Ida Liftman at a Moth-
ers Day luncheon on Sunday noon.
May 2. at the Raleigh Hotel.
Mrs. Shedroff is chairman. Mrs.
Sadie Hubert will deliver the Invo-
cation, and entertainment will be
provided by Mrs. Joseph Horo-
witz. Proceeds are slated for Moet-
zet-Hapoelot, the Working Women's
Council in Israel.
past president. Mrs Ki La \>
man; treasurer. Bon 1. e n.
nancial secretaries, Mrs Sim,m
Berstein, Harry Feldmar record.
ing secretary. Mrs. Wolf I -wanter
assistant recording secretary Mis
Freda Salit: sergeant al | ni.B
Moskowitz. and social -Cretan-
Mrs. Charlotte Frankel
Board of Directors are 'r and
Mrs. Joseph Averbook, \: \,..,le
Benenson. Frank Benjai. a, \|r
and Mrs. David Berger '.rand
Mrs. Simon Berstein, Mr d Mrs
Martin Blitz, Mrs Ettic I lae.Mrj!
Samson Davidson, A.iron :- rdman,
Mrs. Fannie Erdos, Mr d Mrs!
Benjamin Epstein. Isid
Mr. and Mrs. S. Flanzbaurr Mr and
Mrs. Max Fonberg, Mr id Mr*.
Morris Fox. Mr. and Mrs LaxGer-
stein. Mr and Mrs Woll
Mrs. Fannie Goldberg,
Green. Mr. and Mrs A
Ellas Halpern, Mr. and
jaiiiin Harris, Mrs Ro orvath,
Mr and Mrs It u !> i n iyman,
Charles Iger, Mrs \nm Kresco,
Ben Levine. Mr and M Louis
Meyers, Men Moskowitz,
da Newman. Mr. and Ml Benja-
min Posner. Louis Ruddies, Mrs,
Freda Salit, Mr and M Irving
Schatzman, Irving Siller -r. Ellis
Schnitzer, Mr and Mrs Morris
Sicilian. Mrs. Nathan Slut -r. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Striken and Ir and
Mrs. Harrv Weinstein.
Torah Fund
Lunch on Beach
Mrs. Herbert S Shapi presi-
dent of the Sisti remote
Bmenn-El, announced I week
that the annual Torah F id Ma-
tilda Scheehtcr Luncheor will be
held on Thursdaj \pr 28 II a.m.,
a: the home of Mrs liar: Koretl-
ky. 6145 La Cone Dr
Miss Lillian Goodman. airman
ol the luncheon, said 111
will go toward > instruct ol I
dormitory to house young
v ho stud> at the Teachers nstiMl
oi the Jewish Theological seminar)
of America in New York
The program will feati i '"f-
sage by Dr. Irving Lehri m. the
Temple's spiritual leader, i
Cantor Zvi Adli r and quiz presentation b> Tnxi jeun
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IV, April 23. 1965
\jM4flA fhridHati
Paqe 5-B
Tifcreth /srael Sisterhood
Tifercth Israel Siflterho I will
hold Ltfl tfa -i meeting with new of-
ficers in the social haH, 6500 N.
Miami Ave., i n Moi day at 8 p.m.
\ film, "Ballad for the Fair," will
be shown,
Wise Hadassah
Treasure Chest
Stephen S. Wise Group ol w.idas-
sah will hold a treasure chest lunc-
tion at Washington Federal, l I
Washington Ave., on Saturday.
Supper will be served at T p.m.,
followed by cards. Mrs. Manning
Mintus is president. Chairman i*
Mi s. Jennie Greenberg. Pi i
are for Hadassah Medical Center.

.--------------------------------
Ml'hosiesses at Temple Emanu-El's model Seder for children chairman, Mrs. Herbert Buchwald. Mrs. Saramae Kneitel and
' la Religious School held at the Temple last week are (left Mrs. Kalman Pollack. The Seder was conducted by Dr. Irvinq
C"r" -t Mrs Max LeVine. Mrs. Joseph Teichman, Mrs. Jay Lehrman, Cantor Zvi Adler, and Morris Tarasow, education
director.
; cr, Mrs. Alan H. Rothstein, Mrs. Jack Bimbaum. Seder
Ifmanu-EI Sisterhood Spring Tea Will
ihire Mrs. Emil Morton on Program


[Part
!
spring tea of the Sister
remple Emanu-Bl will ba
.it the Fon-
Hoi Mrs. Herl.ert S.
president, announced.
of the afternoon v* til be
n entitled 'Silver and
special!) coneeived and
le to Mia mi
. 50th birthday.
ants i" the program are
rman i; Kaplan. Mrs
imerance and Mr. 0. J.
Ul-li. II IS directed bj
.hi. uith musical acconv
.:. Draizar
dl Moi Ion "ill present a
rogr i musii il sek etions. Mrs.
Berlin, studied
Frcpica! Chapter
nstallation Set
Chap! i American
i ntet 11.'iiver will hold
ation luncheon at the
Hoti. on Friday, Apr. 30,
Mi rr.n l.evrant. prese-
nt) Council of
. installing officer,
cal to be in-
iflei aelude Mrs her Blacker.
tram Thorpi. Mrs. Jack
,I,T- Mrs Aaron Kappit.
Bennett vice president,
me Mrs. Sydney
president, member-
Rubin Zerlin, vice presi-
rkshop; Mrs Frank Cutt-
president, program; Mrs.
Sehwaiti treasurer; Mrs.
en financial seeretarj ;
y Silvers, corresponding
Mrs Charles Hinger. rec-
reterj
erican Medical Center at
a non-sectariaa center
<* and treatment of can-
a patients received and
to it in. ch
voice in Vienna and became a lead-
ing soprano of the Vienna Stadt
Theater. Mrs. Morton came to the
United Stales tn star in a movie
with Dean .higher and .John Carru-
dine. married builder Rmil Mor-
ton, and now sitfS only for charily
:itid to entertain friends.
At the Sisterhood tea, she will
be accompjtned at she piano for
the first time in public by her
friend. Mrs Paul Brandewen
This is the closing evenl on the
Sisterhood calendar, Mrs. Shapiro
raid, and election ol officers and
directors for the year 198546 "ill
be held.
MRS. itm MORTON
W
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II. .
ri
Dl
In
'Price of Silence'
Due In Gables
Next Wednesday
Mrs. Irving Quartin. program
rhaiinan. Miami-Coral Cables
Chapter. Women's Division. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, announces
;t.he premiere Coral (rabies showing
of the documentary film. "Price of
Silence.'' which will be shown at
(he general meeting of the chap-
ter in the Masonic Hall. 141
Valencia Ave.. Coral Cables, on
Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.
The film, which presents the
problems laced by .lews living in
the Soviet Union, with particular
reference to their inability to prac-
tice Judaism freely, as produced
by the Jewish Chalauqua Society of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
A; the meeting, a report will be
given by Mrs Benjamin Kamen.
chairman of the Commission on
Law and Secial Action, on the cur-
rent Voting Bill proposted by-
President Johnson and the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress position on
JWVA Women
Planning Meeting
West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary
223. Jewish War Veterans, will hold
a regular meeting at the home of
Mrs Maurice Katz. 424 SW 66th
Ave., on Thursday, Apr. 29, at 8
p.m.
Mrs. Joseph Ac'itman. president,
will conduct the first regular meet-
ing of the new administration. Pro
gram for the evening will feature
Ralph Shrout. hypnotherapist,
who will speak on Ilyp.iotherapy
and Adolescence.''
Program chairman is Mrs Jeanne
Speigal.
Young Adult
Folk-Dancing
International folk dan.ii"_ is now
being taught to young adults at the
Ida Fisher Community School,
1424 Drexel Ave. every Tuesday at
8 p.m.. by cne of the first teachers
to bring folk-dancing to Miami
Beach, Shirley Chall.
Mrs. Chall said that "many young
adults have said they believed
these activities are onl> tot senior
citizens, and are happy to learn
that they arc also eligible."
The folk dance class at the school
started Jan. 15. and on Mar. 18. ten
' students particip: ted in the Purim
the recently-passed Federal Aid to concfrt presented by the Miami
Education Law. Raeh Recreation Department.
Harae
Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center will hold
its installation luncheon at the Deauville Hotel on Friday,
Apr. 30. Mrs. Frank CuMler (left) is vice president of the pro-
gram, and Mrs. Murray Levrant (right), president of the Dade
County Council of Auxiliaries, will be installing officer. _____
The meeting will be chaired by
Mrs Irving Quartin and Mrs, Benja-
min Kamen.
Guests will be greeted by Mrs
Victor Reiss and her committee,
consisting ot Ml sdames. Jeanetle
Cold. Rose Goldstein, Rose Wein
berger. Anne Hcidenrkh. Eleanor
Kosenstein and Pearl Rabin.
Mesdames Fred Klein. Sam Pen-
chansky. Fred Weiss. Russell
Winer. Morris Janowitz. Bessie
\ronoff. Walter Hanover. Ellen
Green, May Laden, Jeanette Stern,
Bertha Grubtnan, Mary Hirten-
stein, Ceil Greenberg. Ann Flatter
and Helen Becker assisted in the
arrangements for the meeting.
Beach Recreation Department.
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F-qs 6-B
-Jewls* ncricfian
Friday. April 23
owitz, Judy Green, William Seidman. and
Philip Zelman. Not shown are Donor Commit-
tee members. Mesdames Max Forman. Bert
Reinhardt. Joseph Rothman. Sidney Hollander.
Sidney Silverman. and EdwaTd Block.
^emple Or Olom Sisterhood members plan
neir ninth annual donor luncheon this Sunday
at the Deauville Hotel. Seated (left to riqht)
::re Mrs. Eli King. Mrs. Howard Horowitz, and
Mrs. Martin Hirsch. S'anding (left to riqht)
ere Mesdames Lester Glaser. Gerald Abram-
Or Olom Ladies Schedule Donor Lunch This Weekend
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom icunces that over 200 women have cl donor affairs, said the theme
11,Us ninth Lnnual donor oiaad individual dono. s of -Chai." this year w, I be "Our r air Udtej.
nchcon ,;, JJ- h. .or twelve, and <*" ^^^^.^
1 e M 2 I "ST Kow-d -^ Rinnan ; ES ~i.is.er of the Vear;;
I eon.
this member is chosen for her
i qualities of warmth, sincerity, de-
votion to duty, upholding the prin-
ciple* of Judaism, and for best re-
I presenting the qualities of Sister
hood," Mrs. Kins declared.
II. r name will be engraved on
the permanent plaque displayed in
the Serial Hall ol Temple Or Olom
at 8755 SW 16th St. Mrs. Akin Le
Ivensoo is Sisterhood president
Mrs. Silverman
In Fifth Term
At Home of Aged
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Hi me for the Aged.
will held Itl annual installation
htroheon of officers and boartl
niembera Tuesday noon at the
AJg'era Hotel.
POT the fifth consecutive year.
Mi- Lawrence Silvciman will be
Installed as president Mayor
Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor Is-
Kinds, will be installing officer.
i her of Been are: honorary pees
ident Mrs Sol Silverman: vice
I esidents, Mrs Max C.reenberg.
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs
Trudy Hamersditeg, Mrs. Sam Rost.
Mrs. Herman Jacobs and Mrs. To
bias Sussman.
Recording secretary. Mrs. Ben
Iliunmerman; financial secretary
and treasurer, Mrs. Frances En-
tine: corresponding secretaries.
Mrs. Esther Meyer and Mrs. Char-
lotte Katz.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Miami Pio-
neer. is founder of the Home.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is pro-
gram chairman fcr the Tuesday
function, which will include music
and song. In charge of registrations
Lb Ml : Manuel Tanenbaum.

MRS. IAURENCE SHVEffMAN
Deborah Chapter Meeting
Deborah Chapter mel Wednesday!
evening at Coral Gables KederaiT
Larry Grossman i> president
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rtth Social Single) ii|l
'. held a dance on Sunday. 8 p.m.. itl
i Washington Federal, r_>:;t Washim-I
! ton Ave.
Mrs. William Adleman (left) is installed by Mrs. Joseph Thery.
senior past president, as president of the Anna Miller Circle ot
/liami Beach.
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Miller Circle
Installs Officers
Anna Miller Circle of Miami
Beach ins.ailed Mrs. William Adel-
man as president at recent cere-
monies in the Elks Lodge 120 Wast
Ave.
Mrs. Joseph Thery. senior past
president, also installed Mrs. Irv-
ing Oooperman, junior past presi-
dent; Mrs. Sol Forman, first vice
president; Mrs. Mickej Bernstein,
second vice president; Mrs. David
Rheinwald, treasurer; Mrs. Mar-
vin Kim mel. recording secretary.
Mrs. Murray Axelrod, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs Ed Mor.
ganstern, chaplain; Mrs Louis Ba-
der, outer guard; Mrs. Sol Jaffee,
inner guard; Mrs. Joseph Berg-
mann, historian
Directors are Mrs. Leo Myers.
Mrs. Ralph Phillips. Mrs Morris
Kantcr. Mi -. Gus Schwalb and Mrs.
lien Kagan.
Project Ol tli' Anna Miller Cir-
cle is tin Marry Anna Home for
Crippled Children in Cmatilla. Fla.
Memorial service for departed
>isten "ill be held at the first
meeting of this new group on Tues-
day, B:30 p.m.. at the Elks Lodge.
Ph. 665-6947
Shore Unit
Lunch Monday
Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute will meet
for luncheon at the Roney Plaza
Hotel on Monday.
Mrs. I. M. Weii item will review
i "Fiddler on the Roof." Mrs. Henry
Gewitz. president, ha-s announced
I a board meeting, beginning at 10
{a.m.. prior to the luncheon.
Mrs. Abe Kins, chairman of the
Nominating Crinmittec. will pre-
sent a slate of officers for the
coming year.
Dora Stein Meeting
Regular meetinc of the Dora.
, Stein Sisterhood will be held Tues-1
day, 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the j
Israelite Center. Mrs Chester Leit-
er is president.
Dan's Our Man
VOTE APRIL 27th
HAl HERMAN, Past President of the Greater Miami Advertising Club
OAVID SHAPIRO. Official Spokesman, Monticello Park
ANNE TRAFKANTI, Past Chairman of United Cerebral Palsy
GERAID FRANKIN, Vice President Temple Adoth Yeshurun
MARTIN SAXON. Chairman Metro Bade County Personnel Advisor,
Board; Former North Miami Beach City Prosecutor
EOWIN C. HERTZ, Past Chancellor Knights of Pythias
NORTON IEFF, Past Commander of the Jewish War Veterans
MEIVIN DAUM, President of the Toastmasters Club
IRVING KAYE, Vice President Harmony ledae of B'nai B'rith
MIKE WACKS
Return
Dan Diefenbach
AS OUR MAYOR OF
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
i
THANK YOU
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
*/o my man* J-rUnJ*. C^iippfrler*
/ CnVerArera .
Thank you for your Vote of Confidence
This Week.
The fact that you gave me the TOP VOTE
in the Mayor's Race indicates your faith in
my leadership.
I promise never to let you down. NOW
LET'S FINISH THE JOB TUESDAY by joining
me in BEATING THE MACHINE that wants to
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Mayor
Arthur I. Snyder
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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April 23. 1965
Men/s#? ftcridian
Paqe 7-B
..TINGS PAINTINGS PAINTINGS
" Yn. u m Show of Frances Woifson at the
International GaHeriea has been
an
d f^lac
ctces
IKan
Mars
hasiastically attended, according to the
the
r,-nil. enthralling
'*'' k^l- Xmong the busy folks who have taken
If.; DW> ... ..,i...i|in., hYiir :irn Mr*
'tor"a res ml. enthralling hour are Mm
,';':'PUrni 'M'- <,;'"> Barnttl. Mrs C:,;'' VVci"'
;', Yonnwrman. Mrs. J. G Bolger.Mana
\i, ami Mrs. Paul Faske. Mrs. David
I ilr in.l Mrs. Stanley Stern. Dr. and
|J*H1|(I Ru.nl. Richard Bergmen. Mrs. Jack
T ", Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mr. and
IrSnaitl Ahcss. Mrs. Sailing Baruch. Mr. and
Is;' Riltcr Levinson. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Monsky.
]':' Charles Bloch. Mr and Mrs. Arnold Levey,
I uJX fteit/ Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
I,,-! Marry Fine, and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer
HWAYS ON THE GO
Mtie Danerhirsh doean't sit down and wait
Ite things i" happen. She makes them happen.
-| Kije a minute, taking long walks to rest
frj- her knitting. She his knitted innumerable
. | r the Women's Auxiliary Gift Shop
lli.it Institute. She has a wonderful phi-
oi lite, is grateful for all her blessings
Lc'lives ca.h daj u> the fullest. Miriam (Mrs.
Sibin is mighty proud of her chipper moth
r ho recent!) celebrated hi r with birthday
I
|a lovely evening
rst drinks, and what go with it. at Bess ami
L'.u Glasser'a house 'l ben on to the Roney
Plaza Hotel tor the dinner and opening night
of "The Grasx Harp' put on by the Acorn Civic
'I heater. Since liess is a vice president of the
Drama League, she had three tables of guests
to help the Drama League gel started Included
in her guest list, and to speed them on their
wax. were Mr and Mrs Sam Bernstein, of Chi-
cago en route to Israel, where Technion is dedi-
cating a building in their h i or. Among other
guests <-.ere Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mr.
and Mrs. A. .1 Molasky. Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Channing, Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin. Mr
and Mr-. Sam Itrdlith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Harris, of Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Set-
den. Across the rum were Mr. and Mrs, Zev
Bufman, entertaining bis parents. Mr. and Mrs
Mordevai Bufman, Roz and Richard P.illot. and
Alberta and Bill I'allot. Also seen were Jordan
Davidson, as well as Jennie Grosslnger, who came
to see her Maria Marcy. Maria made a huge hit
in her debut with the Acorn Players.
DID YOU KNOW?
Lewis Serbin at Home with his folks. Georgian
and J'hn Serbin. made a fuss over his brand
new niece, whom he saw lor the first time.
Kara I.ynne. daughter of l'hyllis and Jon Ser-
bin. Of course, he had to make a bigger fuss over
Jonathan and Sherry so they wouldn't teel left
out of things
Frances Lehman
I WO
-Man Show Will Open at Beth Sholom Friday
Mental Health
Society Forum
Mental Health Society of Great-
er M la m 1 sponsored a Mental
Health Forum last week at the Uni-
versity of Miami in the afternoon.
and at Dade Auditorium in the eve-
ning.
A m o n g afternoon speakers was
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Kmanu-F.l. who spoke on "Relig-
ion and Mental Health."
Heading the Miami Beach sec-
tion was Mrs. Lee Leibow. mem-
bership chairman. Originally from
New York City, where her husband.
the late Dr. Louis M. Leibow. was
a practising physician. Mrs. Lei-
bow holds life memberships in
(Temple F.manu-El Sisterhood, Mt.
j Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary.
1 Hadassah and Jewish Home for the
Aged. She is als:> a member of
Shore Unit. Cancer Women's Corps.
Secretary of State Tom Adams
has called mental illness "Florida's
No. 1 Health Problem." and May
I to 7 has been proclaimed "Men-
tal Health Week" by Mayor Melvin
.1 Richard.
Says Mrs. Leibow: "Our reason
for placing so much emphasis on
expanded membership is two-fold.
It enables us to exercise more in-
fluence with legislators, to bring
about better facilities and services
Cor the menially ill. It also increas-

es our annual budget, allowing us chant.
MRS. Lit If/BOVV
to create more demonstration proj-
ects for the emotionally-disturbed
and mentally ill."
Special Memorial Services
Temple Emanu-El announces a
special memorial service for non-
I members and guests in the main
i sanctuary at 12:80 p.m.. on the con-
j-.hiding day it Passover this Satur.
j day. Dr. Irving Lehrman will
i preach, and Cantor Zvi Adler will
l
I
I
"double-barreled" art ex
after Sabbath serv-
in "On., Shabbat" at Tern-
Sholom on Friday evening
p.m.. according to an an-
nenl b) Mrs David Druck
rman of Beth Sholom's Art
tee 1 al artists. Shir-
.ckear ami Zena Posever,
. ;bit tin :: I "I'kv
lisplaj oil
... cha << rawingts and
ing the past
is I who lives in
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Miami with her husband and three
children, has shown her work at
the Lowe (iallery. the Blue Dome
Art Fellowship, the Artist's Equity
at Jordan Marsh and Miami Springs
Art Guild
She has also had one-man shows
at the Stoner Gallery in Kentucky,
the Flat Hock Playhouse in North
Carolina and the Veteran's Admin-
istration in Miami. In addition, she
is represented in many private col-
lections, including the Bowdoin
College Museum of Fine Arts.
Brunsu ick, Me
Zena Posever will show her
sculp tires Mrs Posever. a well-
known painter and sculptor in this
area, studied at the Pennsylvania
Acad< mj Ol the Fine Arts, the Tyler
School .1 Fine Arts of Temple Uni-
versity and Barnes Foundation at
Merton, Pa. she also won a Cres-
son Travelling Fellowship Award
in Mexico. She has exhibited at
Copley \r: SocietJ in Boston. Mass..
Arts Foundation Of Boston. Boston
Museum oi Fun- Arts, Pennsylvania
kcademj ol Fine Arts. Miami
Beach Art Center and Lowe Art
Gallery.
She has works in private collec-
tions in Springfield, Mass.; Phila-
delphia. Pa.; Atherton. Calif.: New
York; Brookline and Winthrop.
Mass.: and Miami.
The show will be on display at
the Beth Sholom Gallery. 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Chase Ave.. until Sunday. May 9.
Beth David Ladies
See Israel Film
Beth David Sisterhood held its
regular meeting in the Social Hall
on Wednesday. 11 30 a.m. Bnmch-
eon was served.
Mis. Benjamin Kainen. Israeli af.
fairs chairman was chairman of the
day. Mrs. George Laskin. program
chairman has made arrangements
with the ll. J. Heinz Co. for the
showing of a film, "Holidays in
Israel." demonstrating the celebra-
tion of Passover and Shavout in the
Jewish homeland.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Frank Qualifies
In Miami Beach
Vice Mayor Bernard A. Frank
qualified for reelection to the Mi-
ami Beach City Council in Group
:i this week.
A municipal COUll Judge for three
years before serving the first of
four consecutive council terms.
Prank has served as vice mayor for
the past two years
A native born Dad* Countian,
Judge Frank is a graduate of Mi-
drri Be.ich Senior High and of
the University of Miami Law
School. He has practiced law in
Miami Beach since 1938.
During World War II. he rose
!,. m i rivate to captain in the
vi niy, and served overseas for 30
inontl -
Active in numerous Jewish and
sectarian organizations. Judge
Frank Lives with his wife. Singer
Marion Colby, and their son 20-
month-old Kobert. at 1515 Cleve-
land Rd.
Captain of the I'niversity of Mi-
ami tennis squad, he led the Hur-
! ricancs to a national intercollegiate
team championship.
Winner of the Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce Good Govern-
ment Award in 1960. Prank also has
j received special awards from the
I President's Council. Democratic
; Club of Miami Beach, the PTA and
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami.
Judge Frank is an active member
of the Civic League, Miami Beach
; Taxpayers Association, the Bis-
cayne Point Home Owners Asso-
ciation. Temple Beth Sholom and
Beth Jacob Congregation.
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Tzqe 8-B
Adath Yeshuran
Slates Musical
Sft ul). ii F.L. V" Is the title of
a musual extravaganza in two acts
to be presented by Temple Adath
Yeshurun on Saturday .111(1 Sunday
nights, 8:15 p.m.. in the Charles
Rosenburg Memorial Hall of the
Temple.
last exclusively includes Adath
Yeshurun members. Author is Mrs.
.lulius Bluestein. Mrs Maurice
Neu i> co-diret-lor.
Annual Donor Affair
Annual donor aflair Of Ladies'
Auxiliary 243, Jewish War Veterans,
will ho held Saturday, 7 p.m.. ;it
Hie Algiers Hotel Mrs. S\ S itta is
president Chairman is Mrs. Nor
man Levine.
Dade
3ome of the members of the cast who will appear in "Show-
ooat F.L.A.." musical comedy beinq presented by the Tem-
jle Adath Yeshurun Players Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 p.m.,
it the Temple are (left to right.) Mrs. Martin Pollack, Mrs. Mar-
in Beloff. Martin Beloff, Mrs. Gerald Franklin and Mrs. Nor-
nan Goldstein.
Roosevet Files
For Mayor's Post
ESlMotl Roosevelt. 54. Miami
Beach business consultant, quali-
fied Tuesday as a candidate for
mayor in the first election specif
ically tor Mayor, with hallotting
scheduled June 1.
Roosevelt, who heads Elliott
ROOSevell International. Inc.. at 1H88
Meridian Ave.. lives at 2424 N. Bay
Rd.. with his wife. Patty. He has
eight children. Roosevelt has lived
in Miami Beach for the past two
and a half years
In 1964. in his first try for pub-
lic I flice. he was elected as Flor-
ida's national Democratic cemmit
teeman.
Roosevelt's program includes a
concerted effort by Miami Beach's
first generally-elected mayor to
bring major conventions to the re-
sort city, particularly the Demo
cratic and Republican national
conventions: increased attention to
the needs of senior citizens; and a
i.'ivfully developed plan to attract
i.ew. younger year-round residents
to Miami Beach."
Blackstone Names
New Mashgiach
Appointment of Rabbi Jacob Co
hen as resident inasmuch of the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel was
announced this week by Kabbi Da-
vid Lchrfield. representing the In
ion of Orthodox Jewish Coageega-
tiona Of America, and by Michael
Sossin, Blackstone owner and oper-
alor for more than 10 years.
The Blackstone will convert to
an all kosher facility Friday, the
eve of Passover, and continue under
"I'" supervision throughout the
year. Kabbi Lehrfield said.
Rabbi Cohen, who wm ordained
in Poland, came to the United
States in 1943. He has been a sw-
perisor of kashruth for the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America for the past
three years.
Rabbi and Mrs Cohen will live
at the Blackstone, which will con-
tinue to offer special diabetic and
s;.It-free diet -
Soasin also will continue person-
al supervision of all activities at
he hotel.
"Barber' at uaae
Audit, on May 9
.Opera Guild of Create- J
will present its final ,, *!S
BtM n Mozart's ''MibELV
-n Sunda) afternoon \i ;d ?
mg at 2:30 p.m. 'su"
Song in English, the hnfci
three-act opera is the second73
Dade Family Opera, ,Sen>* J
l>e mounted by the opera"
this season. Rossini's "*
was presented earlier this *
Two members ol the \>w
Crty Opera Company have n.
engaged to appear in the rL
production. They are s;Piro ?
bar tone, who will portray
.and IteiaM Kleirun "
who will sing 1 he (hmihinTZ
Dr. Paul c mka, as^Se
ductor of the Opera Guild win
duct a SO-piece professional on*
t'a Staue dire.tnr will be Amhn.
Stivanello. mU*
Aquatic Workshop Slated
Aquatic Workshop is beuu m
sored by the Orange County Chad
t Camp Ocaia in Umatilla, Ha. Pet
sens interested in aquati< i
betas invited to attend by l>r rhej
dore Slruhl. director ol i'.>m;>0cilJ
and chairman Ol the America
Red Cross Water Safety attf Fin
Aid Service, for Dade Count]
l^eft to right are Mrs. AI Kessler, Mrs. Max Backer, Mrs. Gerald
Schecter and Mrs. Bernard Goldman, who will appear in
Showboat F.L.A.," mutical comedy scheduled for Temple
Adath Yeshurun on Saturday and Sunday eveninqs at 8:30
nv______________________________________________________________
Florida State B'nai B'rith Conference
To Gather for Sessions in Palm Beach
The 29th annual convention of sentative. acting as moderator.
1 B'nai B'rith Lodges and Wo Concurrently, there will be a
r en's Chapters will gel under way Workshop with Herbert
S turda\. 6 p.m.. with registration K
01 delegates at the Palm Beach Levy, national program director of
'I wen Hotel in Palm Beach. B'nai B'rith. acting as moderator.
On Monday, Apr. 26, a leader-
ship training and development
session will be held, with Arn-
old E. Ellison, executive secre-
tary of District Grand Lodge S,
acting as moderator.
Justness sessions of the two-day
< nventi n will be conducted by
S inoy Palmer, state president
nsel A Wittenstein is convention
< airman.
Assisting Wittenstein are
Charles Kossove, former presi-
: ent of Freedom Lodge, Miami
beach; Maurice Finegold, past
: resident, Coral Gables Lodge,
ind past president. South Florida
Council.
Kossove will also be acting as
c nvention secretary and Finegold
a- convention treasurer.
Robert I Upton, president of
h strict .">. will be principal speak-
at the opening session slated
i' r 8 p.m. Mayors of Palm Beach
: ri West Palm Beach will welcome
tl e delegates. Also scheduled to
- eak in their capacities as retir-
i' Sj presidents will be Palmer and
.v rs. Pearl Roscnbleeth. of the Wo-
n en's Chapter.
Membership Workshop will get
i der Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Mod.
c-iator will be Harold Brenner, as-
aistant national membership direct-
( At 2 15 p.m. the B'nai B'rith
i munis ion Ofl Israel will gather
v til H. B> Bronstein. tield re pi e
Pine Forest Camp
'Outstanding1 Site
Pine Forest Camp is an out-
standing site in the Poco.io Moun-
tains of Pennsylvania.
Situated In Greeley-Pike County
Pa., (Our and a half hours from
Miami Airport. Pine Forest has had
the same family leadership for the
past 34 yean.
The camp features separate facil-
ities for boys and girls, age 6 to 16;
sailing, canoeing and skiing; em-
phasis on athletics, particularly
basketball; experienced, mature
staff; a New York World's Fair
t'ip; Acorn Village for 4 to 6-year
olds; resident doctor and nurses.
and Sabbath services
Local Pine Forest Camp repre-
sentatives are Fithian Studios of
Dancing and Drama. 323 W 47th
St.. Miami Beach, and Theda Sha-
piro, 8391 SW 142nd St.. Miami.
Other highlights of the weekend
session will include an address by
Lee Vogel. radio commentator, at
Sunday's luncheon; awards to be
presented by Jay Markowitz. state
arid district awards chairman; a
necrology service, led by Louis Os-
sinsky Sr.. of Daytona Beach; and
the election of Ansel A. Witten-
stein. ol Hollywood, as state presi-
dent at an installation banquet.
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April 23.
1965
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Emanuel Tropp Leaving Greater Miami T
To Head Oakland, Calif. Jewish Center
fftMNUfl TROPP
Asa late director of the ym-
YWUA of Greater Miami, Bmanue]
Tropp. will be leaving the com-
munity at the end of May to ac-
cept the position of executive di-
rector of Ihe Jewish Community
Center of Oakland. Calif.
Tropp is completing noarlv
13 years of service to the (ireatcr
Miami YMHA.
In his new capacity. Tropp will
be at the head of an agency that
serves the City of Oakland, as well
as the entire counties of Alameda
and Contra Costa. wi:h a popula
tion of l.| million. The Oakland
Center is a modern structure
erected in 1958 at a cost of $750,000.
During his long stay in Dade
County, Tropp was active in many
local communal and professional
IS
to Feature Noted Musicians
jth monthly presentation of
jit the Surf-Bal-Baj Branch,
mi Public Library, "'" ,:ikc
HMMsday. 8 15 p.m '" Ihe
pit n: ihe Surfside Com
y Center
>r the general title. "Won-
| i : Music,' Mrs Joseph
k. librarian, plans to pre-
(five films i>t musicians ami
art.
gtu HeifeU !'< rtrail of an
a picture of his home
nee life, and includes llei-
Mijring pieces by Debussy,
iKski ami Paganini, among
\ govia is show n m his
Paris studio, discus-sing eharacter
istics "f the guitar and playing se
l> ctions on the instrument.
.Ian Peerce and Nadine Con-
nor" has both artists perform solos
as well as the joint duet from "Lu-
. ia."
"Trio: Rubinstein, Heifetz and
Piatigorsky" snows the three art-
i-ts discussing, rehearsing and per
Conning part of Shubert's Trio in I!
flat and Mendelssohn s Trio in I)
minor
The pro-rain will close with "Fes.
tival in l'uero Rico." featuring Ca-
nadian contralto. Maureen Forres-
ter, and the festival orchestra.
J3 Gerald Mart
[Xttzvah ol Gerald Marl will
*x I'n Saturday, Apr. 2-1.
h>:r Beth Sholom
Mr. ami Mrs A Mart,
h st. Bay Harbor Islands.
|a shtdenl at Nautilus Junior*
entli grade, ami ex-
P" Jthletu-. including foot-
peball. basketball and Irack.
jfpti'm in his honor will be
N evening ,:t the Deau-
potd.
Mrlc Hershey
-on of Mr and Mrs Ken-
lershey. 44PI N Baj U.I ^ ill
TMitn-ah on Saturday morn.
|Pf-'1. at Temple Beth Sho-
1 studeni of the Beth
) Confirmation (lass of 5726.
Vjn Maiden
t*H Marten, son of Mr.
. victor Marden, ?;>.i \T.
I Ml great grandson of
r "waberg, "f New York
"mie Krauos of Miami
"wBwMitevahatCoB.
wth Torah on Saturdav
organizations, as well as on a
number of national bodies. A
member of Temple Israel, his two
daughters received their religious
education there Naomi 21, now
a student at San Francisco State
College, and Jessica 12. His wife,
Minna, has been affiliated with
the National Council of Jewish
Women and the Ceramic League
of Miami.
Tropp has served for many years
nn the Board ol Directors of the
Friends ot Chamber Music and on
its Program Committee. He has
been active in Ihe Combined Jewish
\ppeal. having served as a mem-
ber of the Campaign Cabinet for
the Communal Services Division.
He was one of the founding officers
of the local chapter of the National
Association ol Social Workers and
also served as chairman of the
Group Workers Staff Division of the
W< hare Planning Council,
Nationally. Tropp is recognized
BS an authority on group work prac-
tice and theory. Holding a .Master's
degree in social work from Colum-
bia University, he is currently on
the editorial boards o| the Journal
01 Jewish Communal Service ami
Jewish Welfare Board Pro-rain
\i tional Executive Committee of the
National Association of Jewish Cen-
ter w rkers, he is currently active
in the National Commission of
Jewish Center Purposes
lie has been widely published in
various professional journals and
has been a consultant on uroup
work to many local agencies, in-
< iinling the University of Miami,
v here he gives an annual lecture
on gfOUp Work to the class in basic
social work.
A New Yorker by birth. Tropp
previously served in the com-
munities of Lynn. Mass.. and In-
dianapolis, [nd after a period of
ruilitary duty when he was engaged
in psychiatric social work at a
military hospital in Dayiona Beach.
Gerald Mart
Mark Hershey
">' Off ,Hf HOLIDAYS
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FR 7-4191
Van attends .1. '111 I-' Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is ..
member of the orches;ra. At Beth
Torah. he is a member of the
INT Club and Choir.
Attending the services will be his
grandmothers. Mrs Sadie Mardcn-
feld and Mrs. Sylvia Kluback. of
Miami Beach.
Van will be honored at a supper
buffet at his home Saturda)
Glenn Margolis
Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Margolis. 01 19320 NE 23rd
Ave.. X Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mltzvah on Saturday morning
Apr. 24. at Belli Torah Congrega-
tion.
Glenn will be presented with a
Bible on be-half ol the Molhe Ka
haner Sisterhood.
* *
Harvey Greek
Harvey, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Kel-
vin Greek, of 2301 \f. rttrd St..
N Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mltzvah on Saturday, Apr. 24. at
I'.eth Torah Congregation.
Harvey will be presented with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka
bener sisterhood.
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DR. MORRIS FISHMIN
Dr. Fishbein
Will Install
Heart Officers
Dr. Morris Fishbein. president oi
the Chicago Heart Association and
former president of the American
Medical Association, will he key-
note speaker and installation offi-
cer at the 17th annual dinner meet-
ing oi the Heart Association of
(.i eater Miami on Friday, 6:30 p.in.'.
in the Playhouse Of Miami Springs
Villas.
Dr. Fishbein has also served as
editor of ;!ie Journal ul the Ameri-
can Medical Association. He ha-;
served actively on committees of
the American Heart Association.
He is the author ol 22 hooks and
editor of 13 others, and ha- con
tributed to many periodicals such
as the Saturday Evening Post, the
Reader's Digest and Women's
HOme Companion.
Dr, Fishbein will install Dr, Mar-
vin L. Meitus. o| Miami Beach, as
president Of the Heart Association
ol Creator Miami for 196546.
Sirkin's Hat
In Ring For
Beach Council
Milton Sirkm. real estate invest
or ef Miami Bea.h. and a Jewish
COmmona] leader, has filed for the
City Council of Miami Beach race.
Sirkin filed following a draft
move by the League for Progress,
which also drafted Councilman
Ifchert L. Turchin during the 1903
election. Turchin joined the
League's draft move of Sirkin.
Sirkin, Si, was born in Macon,
Ga., and spent his early years
in Jamaica, N.Y. He and his
Wife, Miriam, also an active
Jewish community leader locally
and nationally, moved to Miami
Beach in 1938.
Sirkin is president of the Men's
Club of Temple F.manu-K! and sec-
ond vice president of the Kiwams
Club. His parents. Mr. and Mrs.
HMTy Sirkin. and his wile's par-
rots. Mr ami Mrs Joseph Sugar-
live here
Current ly serving Ins second
term on the Miami Beach Zoning 1
Board, he lives with his wife at
2024 No. Bay Rd. The couple have
wo married sons. Dtck, a cireii
lotion executive with the Charlotte.
N'.C, Observer, and Josh, a prac-
ticing attorney here.
Heller to Speak
For ORT Here
Men's American ORT will hear a
talk by Daniel N'eal Heller at a
brunch in the Morton Towers Res
taurant on Sunday at 11 30 a.m.
Heller, past national commander
of Ihe Jewish War Veterans of the
I S.A., will discuss his audience
with Pope Paul VI and his visit to
Israel during the Eichmann trial.
'Lohengrin' Slated
In Concert Form
Richard Warner's opera "Loh<
grin'" will be presented in conei
form by the University of Miai 1
Symphony on Sunday, May 2. ar
Monday, May 3. at Miami Bea
and Dade County Auditorium.
Conducted by Dr. Fabien Sev -
zky. the performance will leatu
the University of Miami Choi 1
Union, dine ted by Glenn Drap
and six well known soloists:
Nell Rankin. leading mezzo-s<
.uio of the Metropolitan Opera. -
"Ortrud;"
Marguerite Willauer. soprai
N'ew Ycrk City Opera, as "Elsa
Jean Deis, tenor, who has su j
stellar roles in Italy, Svvi;zerlai
and the United States, as "Loh<
grin;"
John Fiorito. baritone. New Y(
City Opera, as "Tclranuind;"
Ara Berberian, basso. New Y<-
City Opera, as "King Henry;"
Jules Gyori. baritone. Opera L
rica of Palm Beach, as "T
Herald."
Both concerts will begin at 8 p.! .
instead of (lie usual 8:30, due
the length of the program. The
will be two 10-minute intermissio -
Arts Festival
In Nassau Now
By Special Report
NASSAU, Bahamas VMh -
to Nassau during the next f<
weeks will find much to inten
them in the annual Festival Of Ai -
and trails. The Festival began I
Sunday With an assembly of choi -
and will continue until May -i
with daily activities.
The varied program include- .
exhibitions, theatre, ballet, ci
certs, fashion, flower and til
shows 'ihe Featured performers a
recognized professionals or an -
tours of exceptional talent.
The Festival Exhibition at t
Oakes Field Sports Center will
open to the public daily. It fe -
turcs craft displays of torto
shell, -eashell work, straw WO] .
ni'il rali. ceramics, weaving ar I
needlecraft A souvenir will -
items easily packed for Irav
-S V.
Les Bons Vivants
Les Bons Vivants. young adu
21 to 35. will meet for a Social K
day evening. Apr. 30, at the Bl
Angel. 7800 Bis.aync Blvd. Danci
will be to a live band.
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Florida Hadassah Regional Convention Warsa *** i
Slated This Weekend at Seville Hotel
Happiness is Your Attendance violinist, will be guest star at the
at the Florida Region of Hadassah
11965 Conference," says Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolpe. regional conference
chairman.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, Mrs. Maurice C a h n. local
New American j
;' Academy i BlJJ>
the Warsaw Ghwu, t:
Sunday. 8 p.m, at B(ft ga
gat ion. Rabbi Solo--?
olliciate.
Investigating
Sterling Rot
Miami Beach
installation banquet on Monday
night. Miss Field, a Dccea record-
ing artist, has been soloist with ma-
jor symphony orchestras in the
United States and in Europe.
Program will begin with a
chairman, will play hostess to the mink Mink Award" luncheon at
conference this year Apr. 25 to 27 at noon on Sunday. At 3 p.m., there .mam ueacl
the Seville Hotel. will be a Membership Workshop on sent a composit sketchy
Using "Hadassah Fashions the "Basic Costume." to be followed gunmen who partiwlJl
Future"-as the conference theme, by "Wine Tasting" at 5 p.m. ;r*bbery ot the Sterlnj
the workshops are "patterned" The American affairs plenary will 'aw officials throoghafl
after wardrobe fashions and will |feature "Accent on Youth" at 8 lr>'-
!feature furs by Fredericks of Miami p.m Sunday Speakers wiH in- The robbtry orcun
dude Mrs. Schenk; Rabbi Morris Passover Eve, Prlfl
Kipper, of Temple Judea, Coral wl en thieves looted I
Gables; and Richard We;.therly. of their contents.
The session will be conducted by
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink.
Monday will feature workshops
from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., followed
by the installation banquet at 7
p.m. On Tuesday, an American and
Coach and a hat fashion show by
Burdine's of Miami.
The workshops and plenary ses-
Ision arc open to the public, and
tickets to the brunch, luncheon,
and banquet will be available at
the registration desk.
Mrs. Max Schenk. national treas-
urer of Hadassah, will be guest
The Sterling, t tfjj (
Ave.. Miami Betcti, ,.
kosher hotel hen lni |
standards for similu
across the nation.
Two longtime stalwarts of Combined Jewish Appeal, who
each year cover a record number of pledqe cards from South
Beach area contributors, Mayshie Friedberq (left) and Oscar
Mamber (right), are shown with chairman of Residents of the
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, John N. Serbin. They were
cited for their service as outstanding volunteers at a recent
CJA campaign awards luncheon.
65 Combined Jewish Appeal is Running
Ten Percent Ahead of Last Year's Drive
|speaker and advisor of fie confer- Zionist affairs session will begin at
followed by brunch at 11
ence. Mrs. Schenk. a volunteer
worker, from New York City, was
elected t<> the post of treasurer at
the 1!K>4 national Hadassah con-
vention. She was a member of the
i Hadassah delegation to the Zion-
ist Congress in 1956. 1960 and 1964.
She has traveled through Russia.
9 a.m.
a.m.
Dr. Wolf son in Lecture
Third lecture in a new series on
"Life and Philosophy of Spinoza"
will be given by Dr. Abraham
Czechoslovakia, Poland, and YugO- Wolfson on Thursday morning, 10
slavia. As a resident of Sydney, a.m. at the Spinoza Forum for Adult
The 1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, which is entering the final
DSODth ol its campaign in May. is
nt present running 10 percent
;inead of the 1964 drive, it was an-
nounced Wednesday by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, campaign chairman.
This continued progress, at a
point late in the campaign, "is in
keeping with a national average
compiled by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
which Shows that individual com-
munities throughout the country
have been able to sustain the gains
made in the earlier months of the
campaign." Dr. Lehrman declared.
In previous years, earlier gains
have tended to drop sharply as
the campaign proceeded, the
CJFVVF said. However, in 1965,
communities throughout the coun-
try, including the Greater Miami
drive, have continued the per-
centage increafs, "thereby in-
dicating tha nany increased
contributions ha.e been received
HAPPY HOLIDAY
TIIK JOT SET
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Northside Shopping Center
7900 N W. 27th AVE.
West Side
Ph. 696-0361
To All Holiday Greetings
JOE'S 51st ST.
MARKET
"The Best the Market
Aflords at
Reasonable Prices"
5100 N.W. 23rd AVE.
Ph. 634-5267
from previous contributors, de-
fraying the normal losses that
suffered in any campaign," Dr.
Lehrman explained.
As of Mar. 31, the Miami camp-
aign was 72 percent completed, and
the percent increase of the .same
contributors as in previous years
was over 11 percent. Currently, the
campaign has reached the 80 per-
cent figure, and is maintaining a
better than 10 percent increase.
"The 10 percent increase w^s fi-
gured at the beginning campaign as the amount necessary
to reach the 1965 goal of Sl.435.u80.
an increase over last year's figure
of Si,386.500." Dr. Lehrman cred-
ited much of this progros to bct-
ter community solicitation."
"We are proud that our workers
in all divisions, including Trades
and Professions, Residents. Wom-
en's and Initial (Jifts, seem to feel
a solemn obligation to communi-
cate to their colleagues and neigh-
bors a graphic picture of human
needs that must lie met ttnxmgh
an increase:! CJA campaign in
1965." he said.
Australia, for many years, she held
positions of leadership in WIZO.
the Woman's International Zionist
Oi pulsation.
Mrs Schenk is the wile of Rabbi
Max Schenk. spiritual leader of
Congregation Shaari Zedek. Brook-
lyn. NY.
Joan Field, celebrated American
Education, which meets weekly
in the auditorium of Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
The thieves knockeiasj
of the bank of safety <
after binding the nisfct t_
bell captain with adhesivta
Latest estimate! *t il
SJ50.000 David Ronet,
llu Sterling, expressed b
found regret" it Die in
said he hoped there
sw in solution to the i
Beach Detective u. I
zin, herding the mvc "we are tracking com i
v iih every available office]
A Happy Holiday to All
M. 6LEMM
TUTTLE
BUSINESS INSURANCE
SPFCIALIST
Phone 444-9535
1800 CORAL WAY
Board of Directors of Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach has
elected Morris N. Broad pres-
ident. Shepard Broad, who
has served as presiden' and
chairman of the board since
the founding of the institution
in 1950, will retain the post
of board chairman. Morris
Broad is also president of the
Peoples National Bank of Bay
Harbor Islands and president
of Beit Insurance Agency, of
M::::-.. tteach.______________
Englander Will
Run to Succeed
Self on Council
Councilman Malvin Englander.
former vice mayor of Miami Beach.
Tuesday morning qualified for re-
election in (Jroup 2, subject to the
June 1 voting in the biennial elec-
tions.
Twice elected Justice of the
Peace in the Fifth District, embrac-
ing Miami Beach and surrounding
area, Fnglander is past president ,
of the Miami Beach Zionist District
and past president of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
He served as vi'.-e mayor from
1961 to 1963. after winning election
in his tnst try for the Council four
years ago.
Past Worshipful Master of the
Hibiscus Masonic Temple, Judge
; Englander twice served as na-
tional deputy judge advocate of
the Jewish War Veterans. Dur-
ing World War II, he rose from
private to lieutenant in the army.
A graduate Of Miami Beach
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School. Eng-
lander has practiced law in Miami
Reach since 1942. with the exception
of his wartime Army service.
He is a member of the National
Committee on Air and Water Pol-
lution of the National League of
j Cities and a member of the Florida
(Bar's Committee on Municipal
j Legislation.
Judge Fnglander moved to Miami
Reach 33 ) ears ago. and serves on
the National Board of the National
Council of Senior Citizens. He is
former justice of the Subordinate
; Forum of the Miami Beach F.Iks.
an active member of Temple Meno-
rah and Reth Jacob Congregation,
and of numerous other Jewish and
non sectarian organizations.
Admitted to practice before the
Supreme Court of the United States.
Judge Englander is married to
the former Sophia Tendrich, and
lives with his wife and five daugh
ters at 4620 Pinetree Dr.
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Parkinson Foundation
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Division of the Parkinson Founda-:
tion will be held at the Deauville
! Hotel on Saturday noon. May 1.
Larry King will be master of
ceremonies, and Mrs. Henry Ha la- *
ban will be enter!imer
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L April 23. 1965
+Jf*istiik>riciian
Pagell-B
r?jf*
I,;
BBYO Reelects
Ferdie President
Aiiulee R. Kcrdie, 34-year-old
Coral Gables attorney, was re-1
elected president of the Greater
Miami Board of Directors of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in
the April election held at the Alca-1
zar Hotel.
Ferdie has served on the board
tor seven years and is a past i
president of the Gilbert J. Balkin '
Lodge. He presently serves as a
vice president of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges and
is also president of Temple Zamora,
state commander of the Jewish
War Veterans Department of Flori-
da, vice president of Miami Multi-
ple Sclerosis and vice chairman of
the Dade County Urban Renewal |
I Agency.
A\. died Apr. 12. Uiv.-rrtde.
MANN. Mrs. Kqrar, T7. of 7t!>" -
lllsi St., died Apr. IS. Newim
BACHRICH. Katlh i in.-. VI. of .
s\V 2Sth SI I- Api l. Rlvei i
SIEGEL. Philip. .1, 1570 Menu
Aw., died Apr : Service! wen
yui en*, M. t. Rlvi i iI
krnbers of Alpha Omega Auxiliary at their Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mishkin, Dr. and Mrs. Hy-
tcessful film premiere at the Mayfair man Levine, and Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rothfield.
eatre to raise funds for the Dental Clinic at Members of the Auxiliary also work as vol-
riety Children's Hospital. Left to riqh* are unteers at the hospital.
~y
ge Harold B. Spaet (second from left), honorary president
lie Jewish Home for the Aged, receives a Miami Beauufica-
Committee Award of the Month from Miami Mayor Rob-
[King High (second from right). E. Albert Pallot (left), Miami
utification Committee chairman, and Jonathan G. Sey-
chairman of the Awards Sub-committee. The award
presented for the Home's "functional architectural de-
and the development of an appropriate and aesthetic
3scape program.
Judge Friedman
In Washington
With Celebrezze
Miami Municipal Judge Milton A.
Friedman has been invited to meet
in Washington with Secretary of
Health, Education and Welfare
Anthony .1 Celebrezze to discuss
the Miami court's alcoholic re-
habilitation program.
A select number of other judges
from leading courts throughout
the country will also take part in
the meeting set for Friday.
Judge Friedman was among the
: first in his field to take judicial
I notice of the alcoholic problem and
' institute a program of rehabilita-
tion for habitual offenders.
Ferdie serves on the board of
the Coral Gables Optimist Club,
Coral Gables Bar Association,
Economic Opportunity Program
and the Dade County Young
Democratic Club.
Reclected as vice presidents were
Maurice Fincgold, Mrs. Marion
Sussman and Mrs. Donna Feidman.
Additional vice presidents elected
were Dr. Sidney Pavilack and David
Sacks. Reelected secretary-treas-
urer was Arthur Horwit. and re-
elected counselor was Mrs. Bcr-
nice Steinhatier.
Members of the Executive Com-
mittee are William Sheade. Sam
Nieberg, Betty Mayor. Sidney Pal-
mer. Marvin Pearlman, Ansel Wit-
tenstein Ell Hurwitz, Joe Goren-
stein. Bob Blacker. Bob Blake.
Ge rge Bernstein. Edith Bassman,
Harry Rosen, Sidney Kate- Shirley
Marks.
Fishing Captain
Wins Free Trip
A deep-sea fishing captain, Wil-
Itrd C. Foust. skipper of the "Will-
Do." has won the free trip to Lu-
taya offered by the new Inter
American National Bank at Sunny
Isles.
Capt. Fousl was selected winner
:'t the bank. All new dept -
or checking and saving ac
iligibu and entries
lOi >d Mar 19.
fee trip to Lucaya offered by InterAmerican National Bank
won by Wiilard C. Foust. of 16500 Collins Ave.. a deep-
l fishing captain. Maria Saenz. Miss Colombia, officiates at
[selection of the winner, with Norman M. Giller. president
^American.
>rth Shore JWY Installs Officers
I i terana North Sh:>re
.'"' installed Commander-
JHerman Press during cere-
last week at the Algiers
"ig as vice commanders for
"< are Neil Frieden, Max Le-
Vine and Charles Ronfeld.
A veteran of the Miami Beach
Police Force. Press organized the
Miami Beach Police Athletic
League in 1961, serving as its direct-
01 since then.
Israeli Star
Performs Here
Avrum, Israeli accordionist and
singing star, performed for Young
Israel Collegiates on Sunday eve-
ai the Normandy isle Wash-
Federal Auditorium.
Avrum has appeared locally and
i- currently featured al a New
York nightclub.
Coil, id young adults be-
tween 18 and 25 attended the
event. In charge of information was
I Arthur Spotter.
Sam Schechter
Rites Held Here
Sam Schechter. of 114 8th Tor.. Di.
Lido Island, died Saturday, Apr. 17.
at the age of 59.
He was a resident here for more
' than -10 years, coming from New-
York.
Mr. Schechter was the original
owner of Lindy's Restaurant. In
the hotel business for more than
37 years, he was past owner and
manager of the Atlantic Towers
Hotel and owner and manager of
the Shore Club Hotel at the time
of his passing away.
Mr. Schechter was a member of
Temple Emanu-EI and an army
veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife.
Glory a; two sons. Evan J. and
Barry: and a daughter, Mindy Sue.
Services were Monday, Apr. 19,
at Riverside Alton Road Chapel,
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Ben Essen
Specks to Forum
Ben Essen was guest speaker < I
Sunday evening for the monthl
meeting of the YMHA Forum ;
850O SW 8 St.
His topic was "My Grandfather
House." The "Y" Forum is a mo
thly discussion group for adul -
open to the public.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OPiTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AMCTTOR-OADc
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO 65C-4296
i.nVKi.i.. INC, a i lorida Cornoratlo
Plaintiff
JAMES K lti:il> milI XKI.l.IK BUB
RKin, hi* wlfi : I1ENNIE ffZA
T M.SKI. IIH<1 l >R( .THY 8ZA-
T M.SKI, lii wife,
I lefi ndant*
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: .IA.V1KS E. R.KID .111.1 NKI.I.
s 1 1-: 1:1:11),
12 li vlnton Road
Mllledgevllle, neorgla
Vi|- ARE HEREUV M'TIKII 1
that u Complaint i< Foreclose M01
gage c ncumhcrlng the folio* I -
property, to-wlt:
i.m s, Block IS, The Amend*
Plat of the Tropics, nccordlna '
1 the plal thereof, recorded In I'lii
book I". Pave it. ..f the Publl
recordti .! Dade County, Florldi
31)33 N.W. ; T i li Street, togeth.
with flxturi s and appliances 001
tallied thi n in. aa d< -. 1 ii., .1 in aal
lllurtgllgl .
has i"' m filed again*! you and vim ;i
heri i.\ i.iiili' a 1.. nerve a cop)
your An*wer i< the s.iiil Complnl
11 1 In Atinr.....r the Plaint I
,. in.- orhrlnnl Answer in -i
I Ifflre the 1 '1. 11, of the '
. "inirt 'ii "i 1 .. the -iiM das
' 1 i ..,". ..ii.. iv :... the nllegatim -
lain! v. ill he taki n
n.nfi -s, ii i.\ > mi.
II VTKI1 : bin ih .l.iv of April. I! '.
R R LI! 1 III i:i:.MAN
nf h. 'in .1:1 Cnurl
is- .1 l!j K M I.V.M N
I '.|.ui\ 1 "lei k
HARRY I' TEITHI.MAN
Vttm lies for 1'lalntlff
. W :Ui -
Mlani Floi .
t ::.;-::.. :
0'fi"ating at the ceremonies
Was Marie ?acm. Miss Colombia.
The winner was congratulated by
Norn-an M. Giller, president of
InterAmerican Bank, and Faye
Abby Moors, vice president in
charge of community relations.
(iihi Ruth Bernanl,
dl iner f<
Fontainebleau Hotel;
i 1 lolden Bt a h D''..
linner lor two al the Colonial Inn;
Dr. M M. Krop, ol 12423 NE Miami
pi., dim er I r two at the Doral
Beach Hotel.
The weekend won bj Capt. Fousl
included plane transportation, as
well as a choice room.
Mrs. Krensky's
Father Passes
Miami Jewish corn Mrs. Inc.- Krensky left f"r Chicago
". >i k following the death ol
i 11- fatht \ Mr. Val Messe, ol e
I ngo Hotel, 5520 So. sin.re Dr.,
: ii e age ol 86.
Mr. Messe was a Miami Beach
v inter i esidi ni for many years.
In addition to M^ w ife, R ise, hi
local survivors include Mrs. Kren-
kj children, Herlx rl Krensky,
:;...... Gi ard Mrs. Harry B.
i. and seven grandchildren,
/ices ..nii interment v < re In
j Apr, 22.
BLOCK
\w v. ..I nf nun ww rth -'
,i ,i \i ii She had
"i.i.i, h, hoini hi *.' for thi
;;. .. i i"h, i nmliiH frnni llniion,
MnHH. Mi-. Block wan prttaldi nl "i
the Ohewed Khet I'.nn-. and an offl-
, ,r nf ill.' In hi. r Mluml Ilehrew
1 I itlnn She wan
..n ih. Hoard nf I ilrertm nf Heth
1:1 i*..n^r. l.i. i-.n mill a memher
nf the Mlarachl Womi n'n i H a n
Isntlon. Snrvlvora Include ;i pon,
Ulan Miller, nf Hollywnnd. Calif.;
rln wrhte Mm Iri n< '.- of
Miami Reach; two brother*, Na-
than Miller, Miami, and Hj man
Mllli r, Miami Ri aoh; and three
... i, |di n Si rvlci wi re held
TuoHila.v nl i im dn h*uni rnl 11
ui.h Interment In Wnodlawn t'em-
i. ry.
i *
CANTER. Benjamin. 73, of 312 Jef-
KLE.NMAN. Ml 89, of 1500
Uli K.I Rlvei m.I.
LEVY. Pellx, 3, nl 100 I.in, ..in Rd
\. w 111.111.
WEINER, Mis. Rose, 86, of -'n NE
127th St Rlvei *lde.
ELKIN, Ni.iiii.r, 57, .if 751 Btlclld
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C-4346
I.EnXARU M. Prh-dland and RITA
i- i:ii:iii.A.\i i. hi* ivlfe,
Plaintiff*,
\ a,
JENNIE IIOIIS5K1.I-IXO, a xlnRle
.....iui; ril.\i:u:s IIURZELLINO,
el nl.. i
I irfeiidant*.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JENNIE BORZBLLTNO
:: K) Atlantic Avi nui
AtluniK- City;, N. w .1. raey;
rHAKI.KS ZnltZKl.l.iNi'. and i
married, -------BORZETJJN his wii., Realdenoe Unknown; ;.i
All unknown naa*t!ea rlalmlng by
through, under or against them
win. ma) l>e dead or are not
known to be Vor ARE HEREBY NOT1F11
Unit ;i complHlni to Porecloae Ann -
in. in I'm Deed encumbering-;
I...I 3, Block ;. l'Kli:iil.ANli MAN-
. IR, iiccnrdlnii in the Plat Book 8
hi PiiKe 52, nf the Publh Recorri-
..I i lade 'nunt> Florida
ha* bei n fill tl iigaln*! you, and > i
ure h-i nl to sel > cops
. i u er r pleading in the Coi -
ii I 'lalntli i *' Attorne> .1 i
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K. II, l.i: '.TIIKKMAN
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I., puty I
I 23-30

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6W45-C .
IN RE Batute of
II VRIIARA IRENE FEUER
I icceaxi .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'l"n All I 'r. dltol H .iinl All I',
Having Claim* or Demands a
-i. it,-:
Y.m are herebj notified and i -
to ir>. in any olalma and d. -
n..in.is which you mas have against
the i xtate of BARBARA UtE.N !
I Kl'Ell deceaiu il late of Dade I loui
ty, Florida, i" the County Judges
Dade County, and file tin- same in
duplcHte and a* provided In Bectloi
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County, Florida, within six calendar
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
I
] What is Hie significance of the last
two days of Passover that makes
them special days which are ob-
served as full holidays? (Occur-
ring this year on Apr. 23 and 24.)
Speaking of the Passover week
ihe Bible states "lie seventh
day is a holy convocation; ye shall
..v. i.'.) manner ol servile work"'
(Lev. 23.8). Chrsnologicully speak-
ing, Cue lai.mid.c literature pjints
. ihe lact that the Seventh Day of
I'a.-: ver is ihe day upon uhic.i
the Israelites crossed the sea which
miiacuiuu iy si ui open toi i tern to
pass through. On the night before
.he sevenm day ol in i. iginal
tassovei week Ihej marched into
.ae sea. on the following morning

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lo Cubano Hebreo de Miami, 1242 Wash- right) are Kalman Wodonos, president of the
Ave., receives a new Torah from Leib Re.igious Commission; Rabbi Dov Rozencweia,
urq (second from left) at recent cere- spiritual leader; and Enriaue Kalusin. presi-
:= at the synagoqu--'. Lookinq en (left to dent cf the Cuban Hebrew Circle.
SERVICES TO INCLUDE TRADITIONAL YIZKOR
Vital Passover Days Begin
days ol Passover open with services Thursdaj al sunset and
through Friday and Saturday morning this weekend.
ices will include the traditional Yizkor memorial prayer for
rd on Saturday.
inn and Liberal congregations will observe the end of
on Frida\ only, with Yizkor chanted on thai day.
... .

t, Orthodox.
Manic hes.
Cantor Maurice
SW 12th Ave.
|UC"H achim. 6 Oj Collins Ave
ii Mlm-ha
lilii> :i n in Minolta ''..i"
. in "i ikor nrvlcra .eth KOOEon j
M.m-lia '. l.'i pin. Modem Traditional R.iom Max
------ ------ Snapii r mi >r Ben m n am An.
- T H SHAck. saul CaHyle Ave. TIi.ii'miIii.i ruim-l nlll uglier in iimelinl-
> Raum Isaac Ever. iIiim i I'iimuivh I 111) 13 u.ni.
.-,,: i niii n i 1/ tin I" u.m.
AT Shalom cOnghega- sermon Ih-hiIi i-<.iii.-> i.. All."
Sv\ o.'tn Ave. Orthodox.
Israel rsennner. IETM MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. U le Mwy. Conservative.
ES. 2i33 SW 19th Ave. R.ibui Rich.ird MarCOvitZ. Cantor
t.ve. Emannel Kuahelewit*. Myntour Hinkes.
- Cantor Solomon Pakuwitx. -rIl,,,-.,.,, ,;:i;, .,.,. Kn.l,; K:43 O.m.
in n.in. Hrlflnj 8:S0 ;i.m.'<,,........' i a.-t lu>> llwuover."
Siiiml;i> s::;n ;i.m.. fol- I Suturilio vi"- u.ni, Bt-rninn: "The An*
111 111:13 u.ni. Talk by in....., .. ,n. iiil.t-r.iii; % izlit-i- 10:30
Iiik i\.hwiv. r and if i in
r'l.t-ti..,..... the World."
I lETH RAPHAEL. 13? NW 3rd Ave.
1 D*VIO. 2u2 SW 3rO Ave. Con- OitnuJox. Ralph Kneger. iccre-
' e, Cantor William W. Lip- tary.
----
p.m. I'nncliHlIng day* "i iETm tfilam. Mo Euclid Ave Or-
CANDIEUGHTING TIMf
21 Nisan 6:28 p.m.
i
-h'T. il iii. I'ri.liy : a.in.
Saiui-iia.v : n.in. ftarkor
r\ iei.-. >.mil.ii: piit I >l-
nraitionti." Kabul S"l
"".....i liuwDvei .-i > -
III- -t'l......I!..
tnouox. RabOi Joseph E. R.ickovsky.

.ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conserv ilive. Raubi Max Lip-
aohitx. Cantor Sen-Zion Kirschen-
Uwin
EL. soo'svT 17th Ave. Ortno- Thumluj Mlnelm u.in. KiWh> 8:43
, ,. .ir Uitxuvh......iim. hi.ii .if mi- omi
... "' ""'' '"-'" "'"'' \'.- IM \la.iii.ii-. Mar..', mm '! Mr.
"'-,|;|-' < ;" I'-'"- Prlrtuy ,,, _V|,.. m. Mi, i;i-.-, I,. |ii:3n a.m. Viz-
St i iii .a i*. i .s, \, ran- .
1 ill" ii.' i a> 8:3(1 i in.
: II.ill .-> riiinii: "M. iii-
lii-taim 1 /. (ur in. -
JCth St. Oriho-
1 Bi \'. ,i.
!,..r s. r\ "' an 1
\: ixi ii It: v in. -
V'h'ioi Miinli a
II ii.iii. I'.ai
I Mi iiiiiI ,\lrn.
l-NAI RAPHAEL. MO- NW 183rd St.
r,...- ,n.,- RabOi Harold Ritmei.
Cantor Jack I cur'
l'i lilm s ;" a "' I'ai* i r sii \ it-.-s
COB 8(J|.3:i Wash ngton >, .....'11 u h. n \viii >:< !:'= ""
r>"*' I !\ 'iin ~. 1 \ .. fur hi vt'iitli
,.i r.iN-..-.....;:'." |i.m Snturila.i v
a.ni. Vlxkt 1 ni:sii a.in St-rmoi "Jlfm-
i.r> unit iIk I'l.n .- nf l'i -i. 1 1
n im s. n a > fi:3n p 1

UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI 1242 Washinnton Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabin Dov Rozencweig.
Thuiwlii} 8 ii.iii I'limmvi-r Bvi Mlneha
S.ilivilai !l a.m. l-'ii>t ila> ill I'lliiHliVtr.
Mlneha B:3n p.m. Bumlnj 8 a.m Vi/.-
1,,.i- lien 11.m.
----
LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51lt
PI. Conservative. R.-inn. David Ros-
enleld Cantor George Goldberg.
I'linr.-lav 8:30 p.m. I'l.ntlinlini.' ila.V8 of
miwover n.-lit r.-il In. IVi.lai 9 a.m.
H.ri.iiiii: -tiiv.- Me Liberty." Satlll-.lay
a in S.1111..11: "1*81 \v.- Furget." n-
i,..r in. nii.ri.il Miiiri- I";:'." a.in.

C-e LAUO^ROALE EMANU-EL. 180'
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Kicnard M. Leviton.

'E8REW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
Tluirwtli) 8:30 p.m. l-'ri.l i> ; a.m. St 1-
II I, as lii'li.-iill a.- 1 'r.iH.lna Ha-
Sen." Kntunlny '' a.m. Vlxkur |n:30
1.m. I'lllpil KUcHt. Natliailit-I Uilli-r.
11. 1.1-.-\ \.-a.i.-ii> iiruiliinle, nnw imnt-
Kla.lnalf miltlt-lll anil ill.-l tleti r 'I Tl I-
ln- v.- hiva Si-rmiw: "ivnneh-lni-
.....rmllty." Mlnelia :Sn p.m.

-tOtLVWOOD TEMPLE 5NAI 120-
Johnson ct Cons'rvative R^hb-
David Shapiro C a nt o r Yehuiiah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD iF-W SH CENTER 8th
St. Hom8tad Consi-i vativr. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof
-
SRAFLITE Cl-'lTEd 3175 SW 2Sth
St Comervalive Rahhi Shmaryahi
T Swiraky. Cantor Lou't Cohen
,l, ,, ,,1. 11 |i ; 1 -.-ii. 1 nil 18 day* i.f
I in !' Il'lll '' H '"
s, ..111..1 Tli. I it-nil lew II.....
\l. 11 I'a'i N1.1 Sir v \, B\l II
li.m Kutunui) in n in. VixkiT I" a.m.
.- I Ml .11 M> .-'II. ii' Ml
I. .11
Cantor Bernstein.
Mrs. Bataban
Head Program
Cantor .1 .(ob 11 rn ein, <>i Tem-
ple Isratl, and Mrs. Henry (Marie)
Balaban head iho entertainment
program for the annual installation
linner of the Miami Beach Lodge
nf B'nai B'rlth, scheduled for May
! at the DiLido Hotel.
Acceptance of the two talented
singers was announced by Gerald
-iliuar'z. president of the lodge.
l.ho will relinquish his post to Jos-
p!i L. Goodman at the kosher din-
11 r session,
Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Is-
rael. George J. Taliauoff, Council-
man Malvin Englander and Judge
Jason Berkman also will partici-
pate in the May 2 progam.
At a lodge monthly meeting
Wednesday night at the DiLido,
: rew films on Israel by the Jewish
National Fond and by the Amer-
ican Technion Society were
shewn. Samuel Pascoe, secretary
and vice president elect of the
Beach ledge, servsd as program
chairman for the gathering.
Schwartz, Goodman and I'aseoe
Ihe Beach lodge is sending to the
Apr. 24 to 26 convention ol the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'lith in Palm Beach.
0 her delegates include Edward
Levin, Samuel VVeiner. Louis Gold-
man. Irving Schatzman, Ben l.e-
vtne. Jack Fink. Paul Seiderman.
Talianofi and Adolph Lang.
Paseoe will speak at the Apr. 20
weekly meeting of the lodge, held
Tuesday noons at the DiLido. Rab-
i> Htr.-hel Brooks, of Temple Za-
mora, will address the weekly -ses-
sion Apr. 27. Schatzman and Ger-
shon Miller are luncheon chair-
men.
of the seventh day they came to
ihe 1 pposite shore w.here they sang
the famous "Song of Moses"' after
coming on shore. Thus the seventh
day (.1 the Passover serves to com-
rremorate the miracle of the sea
and the Song of Moses. In Israel
there is cnly the seventh day which
con:hides l.he festival week while
in the diaspora there is an addi-
tional day as is the ease with other
major holidays.
Why do some Jews stay awake in
the synagogue all night on the
night before the seventh day of
Passover?

This is done because this was the
nij 11 when the Israelites crossed
the sea It was a most critical time
because they were ncl sure of their
safety 01 oi their deliverance from
the Egyptians who were after
.ii in -.it pursuit, until the nexl
morning when t ic; reached the op-
pose e shore and *hen the Egyp-
liar : si'c< ribed in "1.' sea. Thus I
was a soi. 01 Judgement Day lo be
approached with anxiety. To emu-
late this experience pious Jews
stay awake in the synagogue, read
ling, chanting and studying 'he ac-
counts of this 'Meat historic ev
pirience from the Scriptures and
in :n the teachii gs of ihe rabbis
1 'omo also read the accounts of
I the Messianic era in hopeful an
ticipation of the Messiari who is
supposed i.) arrive during this sea-
son to deliver us again.
Some Chassidim are said to have
observed a custom of actually spill-
ing some water on the floor oi their
rynagegue and crossing through
this puddle of water as a symbol oi
the original crossing of the Sea.
Some early Hungarian accounts re-
late thai the Chassidim would
dance around this water all night
and in the morning they would
jump lor joy exclaiming that the
Mi -...ih is comirg today as a dem-
onstration ol their faith l.'iat he can
arrive any day and especially o;i
a day which is marked as the an
niversarj of our original deliver
ance. since that day was already
once blessed as a day of salva-
tion.
Beth Am Ladies
Asked to Lunch
Palmetto Presbyterian Church in
vitcd Sisterhood of Beth Am to art
interfaith luncheon Wedncsda>
Mrs. Wayne Rogers was in charge
At a Sisterhood brunch last week,
of reservations.
Sisterhood rosters were distributed
In charge of the affair were Mrs
Stanley Gilbert and Mrs. Melvin
Levinscn.
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Rich
ard Alper.
V..111
J
|tav n above are Hebrew Academy student's conductinq a
Ne: (or members of the Israeli Chapter of Hadcssah. Stand-
P left to riqh^ are Jacalvn Adler, Ora Lee Gross. 5th qrade
ludems; Carolyn Budnick. Robin Zelkowitz. 11th and 10th
TC-e studenis,- and Sheila Gewertz, 5th qrade student.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNACOGI '" '' -" ''"'," '
OrthorloK. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
. ;,, n-ni .mil .; |i in Sermon
Thi l'i> idlllH Will' is" .--'allli \Ui
in > thi..ir "Mi......' I ii
, Mm him Mlnehn S l.m

OiU'cdox. Rabbi L-avi0 Ufhrfield
Cantor Atranam Si'
I, ,. |n) .; a. p m FYI ii- I'ai
., 1 \ i., s :m .1 in s.m mi.n r *in tin
II, 1 s. 1 i:\. niir- ':::' in Snlui
II, hi a 111 Viskor '
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Continued on Pago 4-C
Sidney Lanqer. president of City Gas Co.. siqns aqreement
qivinq a S75.000 qift to the YM and WHA, launchinq the "Y"
S2.5 million development fund Sunday niqht at '.he orqaniza-
tion's annual meeting in its new central facility at 8500 SW
8th St. Looking on are Leon Kaplan (left), chairman pro-tem of
the Development Fund Committee, and Herschel Rosenthai
(righ'.\ immediate past president of the "Y," and now honorary
president.


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Friday, Aprfl 23
AT DINNER IN SIRKIN HAU
Temple Emanu-f! Brotherhood Will Fete
Seven Past Presidents at Dinner May4
Seven past president-: of the
Temple Emaim-El Brotherhood will
* honored at a stag dinner of the
lens Club on May 4 at Sirkin Hall
n Temple Emanu-El
Announcement of the function
vas made by Milton Sirkin. presi-
ient o! the Brotherhood
Those to be fated at tha dinner
session are Joseph Abelow, Jules
P. Charming, Judge Irving Cypen,
Allen Goldberg, Hylan H. Kout,
Dr. Herman Mechlewitz and Mi-
chael Sossin.
Commit!,-,. metnh(rj
Leonard Abramsoa, Dr Se*l!
Altermar. m ,n ,, Kfif ^
B*"rk- '' Blank J2
Buchwald. Marwin s Chj^JJ
Me>w ChnrM
tph Cohen Ted Cohen w
Lopclan : ,., '}vZj*\
l^'n Find, jji
Newiy-elected officers of Southeast Region
United Synagogue Youth are Heft to right;
Steve Weininger, Beth Torah Conqreqation
president: Karen Cohen. Montgomery. Ala.,
second vice president; Linda Samuely, Day-
tona Beach, corresponding secretary; Karen
Adler, Temple Emanu-El. recordinq secretary;
Ann Schen. Beth David Temple, first vice pres-
ident: and Ivan Rubin. Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, treasurer.
An outstanding gUMt spcikfi
rom ilie entertainment uorid will
take pan in the program. Sirkin nond. Simon E Ruoia. D
said. Working with him on the func- clson.
Cawn. Judj
ton Fl
Pfeiaha I rt R?I
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(ioluste, -
LB Altred Levi. sa, -m
I'ennoy. Ham b
Ml K..t7
man Lakt
Jr.
US Y Takes Strong Stand on Soviet;
Steven Weininger Elected President
Delegates to the recently-held
;-|i .nnual Southeast Region I SV
oav ntion in Miami Beach strong-
condemned the treatment ac
.rrtod Je\" s in the Soviet I'nion
nd adoptad
1 m ike the voice-, of United S
, youth mi -card on
mportaDt quest
Pel tioiu urging I'ntl ;l I
n and protest are t
-
ling the 1
Soutl
il rs I 1 isma.
. :
. nil on'.-
atures at-
d tn the petit:
The convention bod> resolved to
lold a series of educational pro-
I the
membership maj be more effec-
tively nol tee) to t.iki- approprv
Me.
Steven Weininger, of Beth Tor-
ah Congregation, was elected
president, replacing K enntth
Platt, of Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, Fla. Weioinger also was
awarded a scholarship to Israel
with the USY Israel pilgrimage.
Cther officers e'ected were Ann
Scherr, Beth David Congrega-
tion, Miami; Karen Adler, Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Miami Beach-
Ivan Rubin, Temple Sinai, Holly
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Repori> on the status of the Jew-
ish communities ol BuSSsa, South
America, and Israel were presented
by I Seiber Jacksonville,
Fia : IK. Goldemberg, Temple Me
ah, Miami Beach; and Oren
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Ten .. Hollywi <>.| Chapter,
ex-
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The seven past presidents now
Aho Irvine -chairman Or u
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Beth Torah Congregation, cele-
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president, and one of its founding
lathers, Rev Jack Katz. at a dinner
cance on Sunday evening. June 13
Rev Kat/. with other families nf
the MontieeMo area of New York,
came to North Miami Beach 25
yean nd founded < tor [reg*>
t;on o! Monticell 1 Park Hie name
nged to Beth Torah in I
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Jake Plitt, I. Leven
thai, M.nis Datlof, H Schneider.
Sam Pollack, Bliaa Pollack, Sam
Schorr. L Kaplan. B. Finkelstein.
Jacob Pinsk). Sam Levin*, M. Le
vine, A Sockoloff. J. Silverman. J.
Berman. H Moskowitz, If. Lipman.
D. Augustus.
Many are deceased, but will be
| memoralized in the observance of
i the 25th anniversary'.
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North Dade and South Broward Leaders
Welcome New Hebrew Academy Branch
\*t it **''
Prominent spiritual leaders and
|noted communal workers in the
; North Dade and South Broward
County areas this week offered their
congratulations to the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami.
The Academy recently an-
nounced its intention of opening a
branch in North Miami Beach. The
Academy is the only all-day Hebrew
day in order to attend the Acade-
my at 2400 Pine Tree Dr."
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, noted that "the establish-
ment of such a center of Jewish
learning will be a service to the
community and enhance the re-
ligious identification and spirit-
ual commitment of many more of
our Jewish youngsters."
Charles M. Friedman, of Holly-
Declaring that "As Rabbi of
North Dade's largest congregation
and religious school I was mostiwood' sai(l lllat '",ne very founda-
pleased to hear of the plans." Dr. ,ion Judaism rests upon edu-
Lipschitz added: "My president, cation, and if we are to have a
officers and directors join me in meaningful Jewish future in Amer-
offering our fullest cooperation." >. institutions such as the He-
n ., brew Academy must be supported.
fJ1^. President <* CPn" I congratulate the leaders of the
gregat.on B naJ Raphael, said that : Hebrew Academy as they expand
school south of Baltimore, featur- .the new Hebrew Academy North : the scope of the Jcwish day school
ing a Hebrew and English curricu- Ufde .^ranclV *^, J11'3,10"^"^- i movement to North Dade and South
ulum through high school !> v.0ld field of Jewish ed- : Broward county."
ucation. and there as no doubt that \________________________________
it will add much to the religious '
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ty."
Ipicctsso's "The Artist and His Model" is shown here by Leon-
lard Rosen, chairman of the board of Gulf American Land
[corporation, which will open a public art qallery on Apr. 25,
Iwith a huge reception. Rosen's $1.5 million collection includes
Imost of the tair.ous painters of the 19th and 20th century.
Electors Gallery To be Inaugurated
Added Rabbi Shapiro: "I am
It1*- Leonar-i ,-.t .lack Rosen Col. board of Gulf American. Jack Ro- sure that many boys and girls in I Rank of esquire was conferred on
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, and former president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, declared that "I want to
extend my heartiest congratula-
tions to the leaders of the Acad-
emy for taking such a wise step."
25 New Pages
Named 'Esquire1
dors Gallef) w*M be inaujju-
licd Apr. 23 j' a Sunday recep-
tn. 7 to It p.m,, at the gallery
Gulf American Land Corpora-
pn's national offices at 7880 Bis-
iyn< Blvd.. Miami.
Leonard Rosen is chairman of the
Porte Towers
>lons for CJA
*eph L. 0 lodman and Sol Sil-
t will serve .-00 chairmen of the
o Forte Towers Combined Uni-
Jewish Appeal Breakfast on
nday, Ma> 2, it was announced
Jotui Serbia, chairman of Resi-
nb.
e co-chairmen announced that
breakfast i ill be catered by
nior*s Restaurant at the Forte
rers Coffee Shop and will begin
10 a.m.
"We are honore I that Dr. Irving
hrman. chairman of the Combin-
Umted Jewish Appeal, will be
But speaker at our breakfast.
i only will Dr. Lehman tell of
many local agenda* that help
mike our Miami community a
ter one in which to live, but he
II also give IH a first*hand re-
rt on the overseas needs of the
Red Jewish Appeal."
|Dr and Mrs Lehman recently
urned from a Study Mission to
as th.- -nests of former
ime Minister Moshe Sharett.
lembers of th- committee for the
rte Tower- Breakfast include
wiore Bluttenthai, Dr. Max
per, David FJikelstein, Jacob
iner, Max Horowiti, Bernard H.
enivan. Irving 1. Merkur, Jos-
R. Mondrc. Lewis Rafelman.
William B Stollman and Isa-
Waaserraao
our community will take advantage
of this wonderful opportunity and
; t h u s prepare themselves for a
ary chairman of the champagne re- more meaningful Jewish life.
ception.
sen is president. They have invited
Mrs. Jane Fisher to serve as honor -
The $1.5 million Rosen collec-
tion on exhibit includes works by
most of the great artists of this
century, as well as the last. The
Rosens will exhibit Gauguin, Ren-
oir, Lautrec, Degas and many oth-
er leading painters of the 19th
century, along with the works of
Picasso, Chagall, Dali and Tan-
guy, who represent 20th century
artists.
In all, there are more than 1.000
works of art in the Rosen collec-
tion of which more than 250 will
bo exhibited initially.
The gallery' will be open to the
public following the Apr. 25 recep-
; tion. The Rosens plan to offer spe-
cial guided tours for school groups
with future plans for putting part
of the collection on tour around the
state.
Gabriel Shantzis, chairman of
the North Dade Branch of the Acad-
|emy, said: "We. the North Dade
; Friends of the Hebrew Academy.
are gratified to learn of the open-
j ing of an Academy branch in our
| area. With the growth of the Jewish
population in the North Dade and
25 new pages at a regxdar meeting
of the George Gershwin Knights of
Pythias Lodge on Monday, at Surf-
side Community Center. Chancellor
Commander Fred Zeiger presided.
Ladies' Auxiliary' meeting the
same evening heard a talk by Ted
Horowitz, public relations coun-
selor, on "Twentieth Century Phil-
-osophy."
Following both programs, the la-
Scuth Broward communities, there jdics and knights joined for refresh-
is a great need for an Academy ments and a social hour.
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Final Passover Days Begin ^T^I^Ti^
host the annual convention of Ue Efz Chaim j,l' Rotk- *Aj
Daniel m. Lowy. Cantor Chet dale Southern Region. National Con- Beth Israel' Mi,' *"yi". Hi-
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Continued from Page 1-C
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassffd
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Cantor Oav d Conviser.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber,
man
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TEMPLE B MAI 5HOLOM. 1M00 NW
22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S. M.
Machtei Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman
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Conaervat ve Rabbi Herthel Brooka
Cantor Ben Dickson
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SEPh'RDiC JEWISH CENTER 84S
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TEM = LE AOATH YESHURUN Con-
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Ga'dens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caoian.
Cantor Maurice Neu-
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Or. So. Mlft*tll. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba;imgard.
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Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steinor.
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Conservative. Raobi Mayer ^tirtm-
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12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
YOUNG ISHAkL. 840 NE 171at St
Orthooox. Raobi Sherwin Sta.iber
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Tl Sona n< Sons
every state in the south from Apr
3C to" May 2.
Highlighting the weekend pro-
gram, which is being planned by
an adult committee headed by
Rabbi Berel Wein. spiritual leader
of Congregation Beth Israel, will
be numerous religious, educational
and social activities, in addition to
leadership skill sessions and con-
vention business. Sanford Epstein,
of Savannah. Ga.. is president of
the Southern NCSY region.
Teen-age delegations ar* ex-
pected from the following affili-
ated NCSY chapters: Knesseth
Israel, Birmingham, Ala.; Agu-
?n, S. C;
tanooga, Tenn.;
Memphis, Tenn.;
Memphis, and B^'J?
Memphis, in.Witionfor^
Hembers
Committee,
include
of teen^e t^i
n addition to &3 I
Billy Leff. Robert (S1
Irving Jacoby. Sandra E>r2
and Shereen Dearc ^**
The National Conference of Srt I
ogue \uu, is ,he yrMtt I
ment of the Union of Orftorh
Jewfati Consresations of \-Z~
Ii is stiper\i>(.,| ^ thel"0JfA w
Youth Commission. whickiicSi
representativ. of RabbinkjlOm
cil of Americs gf^
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The Hebrew Biblical Garden at
Temple Beth Am of South Miami
on a HfG.'> Hands Beautification
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Council of Garden Club Presidents
of Dacle County and the Seen Com.
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SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEBK KEDOSHIM
The jew views the giving of alms as one aspect of social justice.
Ye shall do no unrighteousness in Judgement, in meteyard. in
freight, or in measure. Just balances, just weights. shall ye have"
(Lev li>: 35-36).
KKDOSHIM "Ye shall be holy; for I Ihe Lord your Cod am
holy. Ye hall fear every man his mother, and his father, and ye
shall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols And
when ye reap the hnnost of your land, thou shalt not wholly reap
Hi, corner of thy field Neither shalt thou gather Ihe fallen
(rail of thy vineyard; Ihou shalt leave them for the poor and the
(tranger ., Ye shall not steal; neither shall yp deal falsely, nor lie
one to another. And ye shall not swear by my name lalsely
Thou shall not oppress they neighbor, nor rob him; the wages of a
hired servant shall not abide with thee all night until morning.
Thou shalt not curse the deal, nor put a stumbling-block before the
blind ... Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgement Thou
halt not go up and down as a talebearer Neither shalt thou
stand idly by the blood of thy neighbor Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself" (Lev. 19.2-18'.
"Ye shflH'be holy nuto Me; for I the Lord am Holy, and have
set you apart from the peoples, that ye should be mine" (Lev.
20.26).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited k>y P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i*
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
Marriage Site Not the Issue
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ place, when done in good taste, in
Temple Menorah hotel. From a practical point of
view, (he problem of serving the
Should rabbis officiate at weddings
only taking place in Jewish
Houses of Worship?
Th e a c1 of
marriage is
called "Kiddueh-
in." which liter-
ally means sanc-
tity." The mar-
riage ceremony
thus is equated
, w i t h holiness.
Yet, if the Rab-
binical Associa-
ation of Greater
i Miami should
; pass a resolution
calling upon its
members to offi-
ciate only at
those weddings
serving
dinner following the marriage can
more easily be solved by the hotel's
catering facilities, the actual cere-
mony in a hotel or a heme is often
in finest of taste and Jewish tra-
dition,
What we rabbis must be con-
cerned with is not the place but
with the atmosphere of a wedding
ceremony. Our opposition must be
toward the irreverent attitudes, the
gaudy entertainment and the crass
commercialism.
Most of the non-Jewish marriages
announced in our press take place
in the churches. But the mounting
! rate of divorce in the general pop-
ulation seems to indicate thai
church weddings do not necessarily
make marriage any more stable
or any more ""spiritual."
What is needed is rabbinical
'guidance in planning wedding cer-
emonies, whether in the home, la
the temple, or in the hotel, so that
they take place in the spirit of Ju-
daism and not in the spirit <>i
"njghtclublsm."
Muskat. Luxner
Receive Honors
Rabbi Abramowifz
u l^..--.in. :,i,
-,
Sales and marketing Executives
International bestowed honors on
| Saturday night at the Doral Country
held in synagogues, I doubt if I!c,ub on Miami's top salesmen,
could morally abide by such a res- ] Interama Chairman Dr. Irving E.
oiution. I would certainly oppose
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Itabbi Sanford Seltzer
Of the UAHC Region
its formulation and would recom-
mend against its passage.
There are two simple reasons for
my statements.
Muskat was granted the Civic Sales-
man of the Year Award for his
successful efforts on behalf of the
Inter-American Center Authority.
Morton B. Luxner was honored
. ford Seltzer is regional
Ihe Southeast Council of
hi American Hebrew
m s, encompassing over
Ri congregations in South
|i leorgia, Florida, Ala-
Bnli tern Tennessee. He
as his position for the past
i Cincinnati, <>.. he
om the University of
h< re he received the
fcgrei i" Bachelor of Arts in po-
ltii.il science, and Hebrew Union
f" h Institute of Relig-
o. ti :;i which he holds the cle-
'II' of Hebrew Letters.
i; Seltzer served congrega-
ons in Memphis. Tenn.. and New
k City before assuming his
Menl post,
[ Rabin Seltzer serves as regional
bbinir adviser to the Southeast
Kler.iiion of Temple Youth, and
a- acted as dean and co-dean of
as well as national teen-
" programs under the
1 Ihe Reform movement
[He has contributed articles and
tvii to such publications as
Reconstructieaiet," "The
First the marriage ceremony wi,h u,e Distinguished Salesman's
like most Jewish rituals, is not Award for his record sales achieve-
neccssarily synagogue centered, i ment as District Sales Represent-
Undoubtedly, there is a traditional i'-t've for the Universal Match Cor-
basis for ascribing the ceremony of jporation.
marriage to be held in the syna- I Featured speaker of the evening
jgOgtte. However, equally signifi- WMB the Rev. Mack Douglas, of the
cant is the custom of the marriage First Baptist Church of I'ompano
taking place in and around the Beach,
home. Having officiated at quite
0 number of weddings. I can not
deny the "spirituality" of a wed-
ding ceremony held in the sanctu-
ary, where the behavior of the
guests, as well as of the family,
takes on a deeper and richer sen-
timent.
Nonetheless, there is neither le-
gal, nor traditional basis for leg-
islating marriages to be held sole-
ly in the temple,
Second, there is hasieally noth-
ing wrong with weddings taking
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RABBI
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for the many letters
of condolence
and many donations
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Space Signals
And Life
By MAX LERNER
a* there are birdwatchers bsdlgame-watcbers. Biri-watchers and
-Kient-waUher-. so there is a new a Ks tht
rrestiial intelligent beings Some expect ac:ual
.. m. others w \\\ settle ft* a rad: ere must have
era s fluttering cf many pulses when word came from a couple of
ng oviet radio astronomers Gennady Sholomitsky and Nikolai
Kardsshev thai tbey hud received flickering radio waves in a re-
petitive pattern which indicated they came from -intelligent beings be-
longing 'o a highl] developed civilization, perhaps even from a "super-
lisilization" uhese "discovery" Tass claimed for the Soviet Union.
But alas, the watchers for a message from interstellar space will
have to postpone their hallelujahs. The senior scientist of the group,
losif Shklovsky. a brilliant theatrical radio astronomer who has
himself written a hopeful book called "Intelligent Life in the Universe"
has chided Tass and doubtless his young colleagues as well for swing-
ing into an crbit of guesswork too quickly The best approach 1 have
seen comes from Frank Drake of Cornell, whose enthusiasm sparked the
ambitiou- but unsuccessful Project Ozma "named for the land of Ozi at
the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank. Va If it is
. simple regular pattern of flickering, says Drake, count on its coming
from some natural source. If it is a complex regular pattern, then it
probably comes from an -intelligent" source.
What does "intelligent" mean in this context? Walter Sullivan, the
able science editor of The New York Times, has written an absorbing
book, "We Arc Not Alone" McGraw-Hilli. which reviews all the evi-
dence including an interview with Shklovsky I. and concludes pretty pos-
ely that there IS intelligent life on other worlds. A part of his material
comes from she Green Bank (/inference, at the observatory, held in No-
ber, i!6i. when a group of specialists fought the issue out.
,.r that 1 find myself unconwnced. The argument is that since it
i d we have billions of -olar systems in the universe, even if
only one in hundn inds had built and sustained a complex
.. uld be able to get in touch with it The trouble with
a that t of s notion of how many civiHza ions
there how long they may have lived, how many have
,.-2an or whither indeed there are any Even more,
\RL" intelligent beings, we have no notion of what
their intelligence ma;, take. Thj may. u
twi m n{ in he seas, unable to make radio transmitter-, un-
even to tars. To assume that creatures on i system
-! ii WE de elopi i of an industrial civilization to transmit
.ake a big leap from a man-centered and
earth-centered pn n

There is also the question of inter-stellar travel. The late German
physicist get In his "Space Flight. Countdown lor the Fu-
v Graw-Hill) ends with a hair raising description of a not Im-
lar journey, in some calculable tuture. to a ->ar 100
nej art- from an extra-terrestrial space sta-
tion and takt 210 earth years orbits before the return trip is ended but
i ss than 35 "shipboard years ha\e elapsed, b) the now familiar and
Einsti in arable of the twin who went off into space and the
hi .a> ii '.n earth.
I am not a grumpy sceptic After Early Bird, and Ranger VII, and
the : itini Russian cosn onaut, and with the program for Appollo and
md, 1 don'l doubt man- capacity for ingenious contrivances, espe-
cially m computerized gadgets i don't believe creatures from outer
space are going to destroy OUT civilizations, and 1 don't know what thesn
But 1 am certain that we can in the end do almost anything
we sel our minds and heart- to doing.
Acad. Graduates In 'Get-Together'
New Synagogue
Formed on Beach
For Retirees
Formation of Greater Miami's
newest synagogue, the Luhaviuher
an Nusacfa An. was announc-
The new Orthodox congregation
. 'Idins daily service- at 7 a.m..
p m.. under the spirit-
ual lca.i. bbi Abraham
K rt Ii :- Ii cated in the chapel of
the Blackstone Retirement Hotel.
which i> now a completely kosher
tacilit>.
Rabbi Kori also will officiate it
kh Sabbath services, at 9 a.m..
Saturday. Ibis week, h.- will dis-
cuss Current Day Applications of
, Passover."
Rabbi Korf i- Florida regional
director of Merkos LTnyonei Chi-
r.uch. the central organization for
Jewish education throughout the
world sponsored by the Lubavitch-
er movement.
Nursery School
In Model Seder
Nursery School children cf Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun presented a
model Seder last week in the
Charles Rosenberg Social Hall of
the temple.
Senior kindergarten conducted
the Seder Children of other classes
participated in the chanting of the
Passover melodies.
Vicki Bcrken and Howard Teach-
er enacted the mother and father
Bradley Weiss. Michelle Dis-
kin and Louis Cohen chanted the
bh isil gs over the traditional
foods used on the Seder plate.
Mrs Ira Levin is supervisor of the
: h-ol and was in charge of the
program
Ri j rti ition i- now in progress
for the tall session. Rjbbi Jonatl
F Caplan is spiritual leader of the
Temple
Mr. Sol Frankel (center), chairman of the Terr.ttle Me--*'
Journal, is presented with a family Bible by PresidentV-^,1
Revitz, of Temple Menorah. The journc. under Frrft
chairmanship, produced a record. In addtticr. to beinq
al chairman. Frankel received an awcrd :cr :e:nq tr.-"v
ooliritor. Reod (lft) is Rabbi Mayer Ab:c: itz 3:
leader of the Temple.
I rraduates of the Hebrew Aca-
demy if Greater Miami will have
their annual reunion next week at
the home of the school's founder.
The graduates, more than 200 of
them, will hive their 'get-to-
gether" at the home of Rabbi Alex-
ander 5, Grose, 3542 Flamingo Dr..
on Monday at it p.m
R bbi Gross is principal of the
Academy. The school oriqinated
18 years ago with six students.
Since then, more than 200 per-
sons received diplomas from the
Academy, and all have gone to
college, giving the school the
highest possible percentage in
graduates going on to higher
education.
Hebrew Academy graduates
have entered many Held-, including
military chaplaincy.
cience cleig; and math
cai i
The annual reunion is held dur-
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UewfeftfforMb/?
stering Storm About the Airwaves
[By ROBERT SEGAL
more than the question
Jfrakl 'i Rev. 1-;l1'1 atClntiTB?
lolved in current efforts to
tjj to I lie controversial
(minster lo buy Station
Media. Pennsylvania.
up against Dr. Mclntire
ionr i i mderc-lap in a fester-
|,.. the airwaves.
gin wit'i t"ie radio pulpit
h nlready peppering the
L ivilh his own brand of
[is preaching on some 500
radio stations. He comes
gve days a week; and his
k. are In character with ex-
1 rightwlng oratory.
elled by the Presbyterian
in 1936, Dr. Mclntire has
three decades since then
himself trying to tear
[the influence of the highly
able National Council of
fhes. His strategy includes
the American Council
istian Churches and taking
role in the International
ci! of Christian Churches (to
| fhe efforts of the well-loved
Council of Churches). Of-
gecs where his rival pas-
go pitches his tent, churns
licity, and makes for jolly
sion, thanks in part to the
similarity in names of church or-
ganizations.
when John P, Kennedy was run-
ning for President of the United
States. Dr. Mclntire opposed the
Boston irishman, partly becausi
he was a Catholic. This was in
keeping with the minister's general
views on Catholicism, best repre-
sented perhaps in the following of-
ten-quoted statement Mclntire
made Nov. 2, 1951:
The strengthening of the Roman
Catholic Church throughout the
work) involves the fostering of a
false religion which enslaves hu-
! man souls in darkness and super-
stition, and from which the Protest-1
;:nt Reformation of the 16th Cen-
tury delivered us Rome will
sell her secret confessional system
i tor political world power. But ac- J
tually the Roman Catholic Church j
' becomes a 'spy system' through the
priests, with the priests' loyalty j
first to the Vatican. If that obtains j
in other countries, it obtains, too, in }
our country ... If the priest inside
the Iron Curtain countries is a :
'Spy' for the Vatican states, why is
not a priest in the U.S.A. the
: same?"
The celebrated Protestant jour
nal. "The Christian Century," has
wrapped up the Mclntire threat
with one galloping editorial poke:
"To Mclntire the World Council of
Churches, the National Council of
Churches, the United Presbyterian
Church in the U.S.A., the Roman
Catholic Church, Jewish organiza-
tions, the United Nations and The
Chri.-:ian Century are the leaders
ol a great body of wickedness and
should be destroyed."
But even while saying this and
even whi!e asserting that Mcln-
tire's "methods are offensive, his
goals disreputable, and his
achievement calamitous," The
Christian Century was still in-
sisting that the question of the
preacher's right to own or con-
trol a radio station needed to be
treated with considerable more
mercy than it was then being
accorded. Indeed, the church pa-
per was inclined to agree with
the Minnesota Star which de-
nounced religious and civil rights
groups trying to block Mcln-
tire's WXUR deal in Pennsyl-
flln|
'"vv
GFOSCf SIMON
'firemen's Installation
fcu Bi ach Police and Fire-
IBeneroleni Association held
et dinner dance and instal-
ls officers for the coming
Monda) in the Casanova
W the Deauville Hotel. In
Ol arrangements was Phil
bal
Chamber Unit
Elects Simon
George A. Simon, prominent real-
tor here, was unanimously elected
president of the International Af-
fa i-s Council of the Miami-Dade
County Clumber of Commerce at
the annual election of Board of Di
rectors last week.
Born in Belgium, educated there
and in Germany and Switzerland,
Simon arrived in the U. S. in 1940.
served in the U.S. Army where he
reached the rank of major. Enter-
ing tlie real estate Hold in 1948. he
soon became well-known throughout
Florida, being affiliated with many
local civic, educational and social
organizatii ns.
Simon brings io the International
Affairs Council of the Chamber his
w c t European background to
blend with the Latin American
background of the Council's new
executive dire: tor, Arthur L.
Denchfield Jr., who recently joined
the Chamber's staff.
Increasing and more important
participation Of the Chamber's in
fluence and activity in the Inter-
national Affairs will be undertaken
by the International Affairs Conn
cil in the near future and under
the guidance of Amos Martin, new
Chamber general manager, and the
new Chamber president, Fred Bil-
hips, who was to assume his duties
this Thursday.
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vania. The Star's point was that
you should not convict a man
in advance regardless of how
you may disagree with his views
or distrust his intentions.
And while the Federal Communi-
cations Commission is handling the
hot issue of the Mclntire radio sta-
tion purchase, it finds itself facing
another thorny problem when it
looks towards Dixie: The United
Church of Christ, incensed by the
failure of two television stations
Page 7-C
ing a newspaper. There is a distinct
limit lo the number of channels on
which to grant or deny free speech,
sell cough medicine and warn of
acid indigestion; and the federal
government quite properly from
the beginning took control of the
granting of air licenses.
In exercising that control, the
FCC can and must demand ac-
countings of the stations' stew-
ardship. The public interest must
be served; and increasingly,
those whose points of view are
not presented on the air are able
to win access to the microphones.
Rev. Carl Mclntire, who has
in Jackson, .Miss,, to give Negroes built his baneful influence over the
anything approaching a fair break,
has been urging the FCC to deny
renewal of licenses to the stations.
Some 40 percent of the Jackson
population is non-white; and civil
rights devotees can get up a good
air through hard work and persist-
ence, may well find himself off
base SOOn alter lie acquires WXUR
. ii he doc ] obtain it). And the Jack-
son television stations may soon
find they -hall have to obey the
head of steam in fighting the TV rules that call for fair treatment
license renewals there. j0f all sides or else surrender their
Well, how do we decide these license.
issues?
Remember, the use of the air-
waves is far different from publish-
What happens about the use of
the airwaves will be fascinating
Irom now on.
One of four murals depiclinq the Four Free-
doms of the Atlant-c Charter decoratpd the
Morris D. Wolfson Auditorium las' week as
some 800 Temple Israel Reliqious School Stu-
dents participated in the annual model Seder
conducted by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot and Can-
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under the supervision <"if Mrs. Joseph Yan-
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ern concepts of the fight for freedom with the
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Fcge 8-C
JfmlstirkrIdH&n
Humphrey Takes ADL Award
By Special Report
LDJ of the New York phase of the merit \ increasingly energetic ef-
Lcague's nationwide drive to raise forts toward achieving constitu-
C'alling the past ten years in $4 534 ,xxi in announcing the cam- ttonally guaranteed civil rights for
American history "The Freedom paign goal, Dore Senary, national all Americans in our time." Senary
Decade" Vice President Hubert H. ihairman of the League, nid Um Mid the role of human relations
,,... -., wpek warned human relaions agency Is expand- agencies must also be increasingly
Humpbrej last iek warned ^ ^ flve-point pro-ram ten- energetic "if the forces of reaction
afeinot accepting "small plans Jt,~r ..,0 ,ncei lne ncw ant| urgent anci bigotry are to be defeated
small results and partial sue needs ul a rapidly changing so- %>;,. have been pledged to that
- in the not vet completed ciety." task for more than half a century."
for equal justice and equal The five points include civil the LeagtM chairman told Vice
opportunitv rights action of many types, re President Humphrey, "and ba
-search in the areas of prejudice and eoal has never been more clearly
We must resolve to regard M^mxU,m ,AwMon for ,.,- in rigfll "
each partial success as a stepping ,pr mteron,up and interreligious
tone in the exhilarating task of understanding, community rela-
esteSdtag the benefits of civiliza- tions programs on a grass roots
lion to people everywhere," Mr. level, and efforts tojmprove_ Uu>
Huniphre> said.
midst of indifference, ideals in
the midst of cynicism, belief in the
midst of despair" in order to main
tain 'new faith in old dreams.*'
"If there is anything new under
the sun. let it always be in Amer-
ica." the Vice President concluded.
In presenting the Human Rights
Award to Mr. Humphrey. Amba>-
ador Stevenson cited the Vice
Presidents leadership in the civil
rights battle and the Nuclear Teal
Ban Treaty as being "indicative of
his \ i.sion and courage."
"Every American should be
grateful that the air we now
breathe is cleaner that our
children are getting a better
share of the cr^^
<" of ratified H
State, Kp-ni
Stevenson d,c|^
He added thai m
W the deb, thhSS
world owe him to, ,**
he welfare of -
miration for the ^H^Ja
gjded the PretidwISj}
Bin to successful 1^,2]
year."
The Vice President received
the INS Human Rights Award
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith for his "vigorous
leadership and long, disting-
uished record as a champion of
human rights." The presentation
was made by Ambassador Adlai
E. Stevenson at a dinner in fhe
New York Hilton Hotel inaug-
urating the 1H5 ADL Appeal in
New York.
Norman TLshman. chairman of
the board of the Ti>hman Realty
and Construction Company, was
dinner chairman. Chester H. Roth,
chairman of the board of Kayser-
Rorh Corp.. :s chairman of the No-
York ADL Appeal
ohrec recalled that the week
marked the tenth anniversary of
the day a Nej 1 so e- -. stand-
in defense of her
n liberty refused to
back of the bus. An
an unknown young Baptist minis-
. ': found
hum ic Mont-
He i i Rt King returned to
en la-1 month "not as an
unknown preacher, not as the -
r Of a spontaneous
boycott, but as the Nobel laureate
1 -ynibolizes America's eommit-
il] tiie promise of the
ncipation Proclamation.
T -' past ten years have dem-
: thai America still pos-
the energy, faith and spirit
which first established lreedom on
these' shores. the Vice President
Srted. Be went on to say that
although the battle for equal rights
- not vet ever. victor\ is certain."
The American determination
"to finish the struggle of those
still held in chains" is reaffirmed
in the proposed Voting Rights
Bill, Mr. Humphrey asserted. He
characteriied President John-
son's war on poverty as further
affirmation of the American faith
in "compassion and justice."
dream was never
eived in t (lence of con-
servative* but in the in-art-, "f vis-
-." who saw America ai
r the renewal of the human
the \ Ice President 1
The Appeal dinner, attended by
UN I M beiaiaeas and com-
leaders, mart open-
image of minority groups by ficht
ing defamation and stereotypes.
The League has headquarters in
Humphrey urged the gathering
to continue to demand "creativi-
ty and intelligence of the spirit
... of our leaders and of our-
selves." ._ mt ^^m*
"We need an America with the
New York and 27 regional offices jstiom of experience, but we must
throughout the country to Carry uot jel America grow old in spirit,"
forth its program. the Vice President said.
Praising the federal govern- He called tor "compassion in the
Coupli
le Attend
Leaders' Confab
Participating re entlj in a
leadership conference of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
I tuversity in Jerusalem, Israel,
e Mr and Mrs. Nathan Nash,
,ich.
and Mrs Nash ;>re contrib
the new Miami Huniani
Building soon to be erected on
the Jerusalem campu> oi the He
brew University. While seeing the
many new additions to the (iivat
Rnn campus of the university,
they visited the site of the Mi-
ami building along with Mrs Tru
dy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Oida C. Ru-
bin, and Jack S. Popick. who are
contributors to the huildint and
who were present in Israel to at-
tend the Board of Governors meet
in as which preceded the confer-
ence.
Mrs. Nash is also a Woman of
the Book, and she will see her
name in the illuminated bonk on
permanent display in the Jewish
National and University Library.
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Madrid Leader Reports or Growth
Of Jewish Community in Spain Today
**
L*Cj
%
her is remembered: Mrs. Albert Fried,
pit of the Na'ional Women's League of
pted Synagogue of America, presents to
en. Robert F. Kennedy (Dem.-N.Y.) an
nllv ^'TrtoH ro^r^fion r>f \he* Me-
morial Tribute of the League, honoiinq the la'e
President John F. Kennedy. The framed Me-
morial will be forwarded to the Kennedy ar-
chives for placement in the John F. Kennedy
Cultural Center when completed.
By Special Report
With only a handful of Jews a
quarter of a century ago, con-
1 tinental Spain today has a Jewish
community of more than six-thous-
and. Samuel Toledano, an officer of;
I the Council of Jewish Communities
of Spain, told a meeting of the
American Section of (he World
Jewish Congress in New York.
Toledano, who i.s the Council's
j officer for relations with interna-
tional Jewish organizations, said:
jthe increase in Spanish Jewry was '
, dtwto two- min factors: an in-
flux of Nazi victims twenty years
ago, and a more recent influx of
Moroccan Jews who today consti-
tute seventy percent of the com-
' in unity.
Toledano stated that the Jew-
ish Community Council consisted
of Madrid (2,500 Jews), Barcelona
(3,500), the Canary Islands and
Malaga with a new community of
50 to 100, as well as the communi-
ties of Melilla (3,000) and Ceuta
(700) in Spanish Morocco.
In Madrid, community growth in
the past 25 years has been accom-
panied by an increased and diver-
sified communal structure. Re-
cently, after the community had
submitted copies of its new by-
laws to the Government and after
community leaders had met with
Gen, Franco, the Ministry of the.
Interior confirmed the legal status
of the community ai the end of Fcb-1
man, thus regularizing a de tacto t
.situation that previously existed.
To cope with its increased num- j
hers, the Madrid Jewish community
has just voted to abandon its former
apartment-synagogue and erect a
j $150,000 temple, center and com-
munity office. The new building will
house the Talmud Torah and other
I community activities in the capital
The Council of Jewish Communities
of Spain, affiliated with the W.IC,
meets three or four times a year,
varying its conference site lrom
community to community.
Internally, Spanish Jewry has
few problems. Its welfare servic-
es have little to do insofar as lo-
cal Jews are concerned, but on
occasion are called upon to aid
aged or ill Moroccan Jews who re-
quire hospitalization or treat-
ment in Spain.
Externally, a problem of some
proportion appears to be develop-
ing as clandestine publishers, op-
erating from presses in smaller
centers, are beginning to distribute
in Spain a variety of anti-Semitic
texts that follow the traditional
hate line and have all been exposed
and denounced in many parts of the
world.
The community, Toledano report,
ed. hopes to be able to counter and
put a stop to the distribution of
this hate literature by legal means.
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fcrad,' .her in a Catholi.-
po hi. I compared Hitler
i i >' his classroom with a
pi 'if Hit t>r and Nazi syni-
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The Commission said it had also
"removed" the principal of the
school and the district director.
The teacher. Brother Rene
Lehaie, 22, had organized his
class of 11-year-old boys into Nazi-
type military cadres, including
"SS men." The Catholic School
Commission said that the use of
the Nazi symbols introduced by
the teacher had been disconti-
nued because "the method was
condemnable."
At the time the Investigation was
; started, tliree weeks ago, Jean-
| Marie Mathieue. the Commission's
director of teaching, said the teach-
er's 'intentions were good'" ai
! though he conceded the practico
'was "open to criticism."
Brother Asselin. director of the
! school, expressed "surprise" at tfoe
| sudden interest in the teacher-
methods, declaring that hundreds
Iof parents had visited the school
without objecting.
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Isadore Schwartz is presented with a plaque on the occasion
of his thirteenth installation as president of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association of Greater Miami. Makinq the presentation
"in recognition of his many years of deovted service" at a
banquet at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel is Judqe Sam I. Silver.
The organization offers interest-free loans to needy persons.
Model Seder
At Emanu-EI
Each department in Temple
Emanu-EI Religious School and
Solomon Schechter Day School
held its own model Seder for the
Passover holiday.
The schedule, according to j*Sf
ris Tarasow, education director.
a:
SoloTnon Schechter Day School.
Thursday: Sunday and Daily Relig-
ious Schools and the Confirma-
tion Department combined with
the weekly youth service break-
f.-st. Sunday. Apr. 11.
Participants from the Religious
School and elementary depart-
ment of the Solomon Schechter
Day School were' Sara Lee Adler,
Susan Epstein. Marshall Kanner.
Mindy Mitnick. Bernard Nusbaum,
Ira Ratner. Esther Robinsky. Ter-
ry Shuch and Stuart Weintraub.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL
LEGAL NOTICE
tOHALD MlUfff
Beach Student
Gets Top Award
Ronald Miller was named as re-
cipient of the Sigma Alpha Mu
National Undergraduate Achieve-
ment Award. Scholarship, campus
activities, fraternity activities, re.
ligious affairs, and athletics are
the criteria which determine the
outstanding Sammy across the
country.
A senior at Ohio State Univer-
sity. Miller is a member of Sigma
Beta chapter, having served as
president, treasurer, Pledge Class
president, and chairman of var-
ious committees.
His other qualifications include
3.5 accumulative point hour and
membership in Phi Eta Sigma.
Sphinx (treasurer i. Bucket and
Dipper (president). Romophos, and
Order of Shield (president).
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H.
Miller, of 10021 E. Broadview Dr.,
Miami Beach, he will receive $100
for this recognition.
Freedom Lodge
Installs Officers
Third annual installation banquet
of Freedom Lodge. B"nai B'rith.
was held at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel on Saturday evening. Some
1500 persons attended.
Judge Milton Friedman, a past
president of District Grand Lodge
, 5. was chairman of the evening.
Guest speaker was Paul Seiderman,
a national commissioner of the
B'nai B r it h Anti Defamation
League.
Herman Xudelman. honorary
president of Freedom Lodge, was
installing officer.
Officers for 1965-66 are Judge
Louis Stallman. president; Morris
Bereer. Charles Berlin. Meyer
Gladstone. Dr. Sidney Pavilack.
vice presidents; John Diamond.
treasurer; Aaron M. Orkin. Lester
Arkin, Edward Saskin. secretar-
ies; Burt Berson. warden: Eman-
uel Tepper. chaplain.
Members of the board include:
A. Max Axelrod. Dr. Jerome Block.
Morton Brown. Paul Brown. Rich-
ard Buckbinder. Dr. Leon Conn,
Merrill Daum. Sol Frankel. Mike
Click. Howard Handleman. Murray
Herlands, David Kleinman. Joseph
Lang. Albert Pearl, Abe Rosen-
stein. Philip Saks. Martin Schultz.
Nathan Schwartz. Murray Shaw,
Barnes SoMoway. Jerome Suger-
man, Martin Taub, Jose Winsen,
Daniel Wolff.
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKBY OIVKN thai
- : iriK i<.
Iness under th.- flctll
of TITRF BAR ..: 1 Palm Avenue.
H Intend m n
in.- with the <'l-rk ( Hi. i'I1-
urt of Da l > 'ount) Florida
FRANK BWID1 :
JEAN BWTDEIt
Bole 'w'
KE8KLER .v M IX8EY
Attorae) f-.r Applli ..nt-
23ir LeJeun. Road
Coral Gal I
I _.;-. ), I 1.14
New Quarters
For Post Office
A contract has been awarded to
Mrs. Vetta Schapiro. 1501 X. Bay
Rd., to lease new quarters to the
Pest Office Department at 9825 NE
2nd Ave., to improve postal opera-
tions with the new Miami Shores
Branch in Miami. Postmaster
General John A. Gronouski an-
nounced.
This project is in accordance
with our policy of building new post
.ffices only where they are urgent-
ly needed," Gronouski >aid. "We
are constantly reassessing our con-
struction program to detemine whe-
ther present buildings can be al-
tered or remodeled to take care of
our expanding mail volume.
We now have about 45.000 postal
locations throughout the country
handling an anticipated volume of
72.2 billion pieces of mail for the
1964-1965 fiscal year. By 1970 it is
expected to rise to 90 billion."
NOTiCE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 5C 4279
Ut>>ROE M FIALA,
Plaintiff.
\ i
hORIfl >> PI \I.A
IM-fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I IRIS ''II W.A
11*0 \ r, I UiTti Midi l*ai k '
iti onx, Neu Fork
Tun, DORIK O KIA I.A.
thai .. Bill of Complaint for
- be. n (iiI against > i.
and you ar. required t-< sefvi :, cop)
.,( jour Answer ..i pleadlnn in thi Bill
of Complaint on ri plaintiffs
di BEN i.aux IN, l _<- |l
Building, I) u. Flaaler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida 31130, and file th. ... g-
Ii i Aii-... i'i.. ding In the office
<>f ih- Clerk of i)i< Circnii Conii on
or before the L'lth day of May, IMS
If you f:.il to do .-.. Judgment b) d< -
gainst you for
th- relief demanded In the Bill of
. lti t
T i shall be published onca
r four i .nsecul i\ n eeka
in I HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I" iNE ANIi ORDERED
Floi i I... ilii- Itth dai "( April \ i i
LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
milt Court, Unde County, Florida
11 B K M LTM \ S
Deput) Clerk
HEN LAWSOK
! 1105 Hi.-' ii in Build
1 Weal n. *l< r Bl eel
M nii. Florida
i Attn' nej f'.r I'l.-.intiff
t _::-:;. I T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UtVEN that
thi '. Aevtrtng to engage in
r th- fiotitii.u- hume of
CORAL K E E F < >NVAI.i:.-i -E.NT
HOME it ISM Cot Way, Miami in-
-.:i-t-r mM name with th-
Clerk of th-- Circuit Cowl of I>aile
1
svlvia rj. rox
__________________________ 4/->-l-J.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. M.730-C
IN RE: Eh tat.
WILLIAM DEER,
1 .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T A'l Creditor! and All Persons Hae-
"i".- or Demands Against Bald
Tou are hereby notified and re-
talnu and o>-
m .nl- which you may hav. acainht
itati ol WILLIAM DEER, de-
>te of Dad. County, Florida,
C >unt) ludgm *.f Dad. Conn-
i ty. and file th.- name in duplicate and
In 8 733.16, Fl : .!
Pi .n their offices in th- Cotttt*
ti Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, nRhtn Is ealenektr months from
the tinu : .- '.:.-t publication here-
of the .-..m- will I- barred
Dated ..t Miami. Florida th l'th
i v of April, A P
ETH>:t, DEER
As K\> < 'itrix
l rsl pubiii ation "f th-> not oa
th- SSrd da) of April,
SMITH A M VNI'T.KK
: II in") R smith
attorney l i :.\.-. utrl*
i: Lincoln Rd Miami B. .
i -..". T-l i
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO \I.I. T' WHOM THEME ll'.i:.--
ENT> SIIAI.I. COMB. l)REETIN)
MARX M KEINBI Rli
MIAMI, FliORIDA KAM BEITI.IN.
MIAMI. II.. .till > A ANN SMA'iAJ
MIAMI. Kl.i >RIDA .1 .1 -.ii th. Mil i...
; Januar). a i >4. can I bi
the laws of th-
I irlda Fl. \ MiN.ii. WH< 'I.I.-
SAI.i: QRCM'BRT, INC .ti.-n.
with it- i rinclpal place <.f b isineee
MIAMI. DADE COl'NTT. in th. Hi
..f v ind whereas the proper
officer* of such corporation 11-* on
'-t day of June, A.D.
be filed In I ol ti.- re-
SI th. .t- ..f Florida,
i Certifli it. o Amendment rhanains
KI.AM IN'i ;
I WHOLESALE, INC. an.I whereas
sud.....rporation iii-l on th- 12tn da)
1 < Apt II, i I1 DSC to be til-'l
In the office -f th. S. r of Btat.
State f Fl rlda, the d.
tary authorlt) i- ider Hection
ni" IT, I-i. .i.la Statute* showlns the
diasolutlon i.f su ii corporatlttn
Now th. refoi th. Secret
. .... ...
.- ns md thai h. i- -..t sfled thai the
r ol th< law hav. been
compll. i \.nii
IN H'lTNEKM w HEREOF. I haw
her. into sal m) band and hav,-
nffix.-.i the On Sea : th- State
i.f Florida, at Tallahass. th-
Capltal, this the TWELFTH day
of APRIL, A|i ls<
Tom \HAM-
>-1 retan ol st,.t-
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
T i ALL TO WHOM THEME PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.I. .1.;mi-:. ISREBTINllS:
Whereas, JOSEPH INDEIJi'ATo
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: UEORtiK
ALTER, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA;
HARRT WINTERM MIAMI BEACH,
I i.i iRIDA did --n the 15th da) of
1 Lt> IsSt, aus. to I.. Incoi -
I iiinl-r the laws of the Btute
I Florida 8 CN SHINE STATE
TRANSPORTS INCORPORATED I
tlon, ith it- principal
of business al MIAMI BEACH, DADE
COl'NTT, In the State ( Florida, and
whereas such corporation l > t on the
Uth day ol April, A.D, IMS, as
be filed in the office of th,- Secre-
tary "f Mate "f the State ..f Florida,
the documentsr) authority required
- i tlon :'::. FkM Ida HI -
I th. dlaeolution -.f such "i -
i"'i tion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
i) certlfi t.. the for. -
(fi.lnu and that h- i- satisfied that the
requirements of the Inn bav been
compll. .I i. Ith.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have
hereunto set my hand .m.i have
affixed tii- ': it Baal of the Btat.
'f Florida, al Tallahassee, th-
Capltal, tin.- the TWELFTH da)
"f APRIL, ah. II
TOM IDAMH
Been tarj Btate
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6-i2
IN C' Estat.
PACLINE ROBINSON
n-i -seed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit n.,...

i:-- te:
I h. eh) notified at"l re-
t any olaims ..
which -'-u ma\ hat. agalnn
th) -.-tut. ..f PACLINE ROBINSON
d Lit.- "f I lade County, i
t.. th- Co mt) .' :-- of 1 tada
ty. an.l ft I
- ;..- .. Med i.i Section '.:.< |, |
B th.-tr offices in th. r
ty Courthonei In Dade County, Flor-
ida srlth ti i-alendar niunil.-
th- tim of the first |.-.;l.li .i-i.-i. h-rr-
f. or th- ram. will l I
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi.- 5th
day i.f Anrii. aii. iw..
EARLE ROBINSON
\- Bacecutor
First DUbliration of thi- t : .
th Ktfrd.iv ..f April.
IRVING iYI-KN i.a\V OFFICE*
B) DavM M s-
Attorney for Executor
Tel sU-mi
\: thir ;.-!(:-. n ..I
Mia-m Il-.i.-h. C :j||h
i it-n-to, : :
IN THF CIRCU'T COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65 C 40S7
IN P.E: ADOITI. IN IF
MARIA TRINA BREEDLOVE
A Ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl PACL D. BREED LOVE, 11
H & B Co l-l Bn. 4th Mar
iyt Mar B
r .. Flu
San I i. Is. Calif. >*01
HOME ADDRESS:
4771 M-- ra a-.
--. '.t'.ifi.rnia
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a lvtlti"n ha- been fit-il la tl..
strled court b) Marg Rpansrler
li all 'i .r.-l J ---;.h V Qasliotl fT the
adoption "( Maria Trina ProodlOTe,
a tiiinor. anil you are reqolred to serv.
. ,i copy "f yoar An-w.r of objections
t-- show ran-.- why sa I Petitioi
should r."t N KTanted, on tti- ai
for Petitioners, LEONARD ;. EOERT,
.: M) i -. 11. Iman .v Kaplan, .
lei street, M.um. PlorMa, and file
thr orhjlnal in th- rf*- ..f the Clerk
of th- Ctrcult Cuurt on or before
May 17, I
HEREIN 1AII. Ni'T or S
MO WIO tn- .-nt.-r-U asrain-t
WITNESS ii.\ band and si i ol
i .-..hi Court in Miami. IfcoL- Counts .
KMida, tin- ISth day o( April, 1J*'.
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
in C"...in. 1-ade County, K .
(seal) By: R M LTMA.N
Deput) Clerk
LEONARDO BCSEltT
'f Myers, li. man .v Kaplan
W .- .--.-.-.-i
Miami, Florida
a< i.- f-i Plaintiff
i ;'.-;:.:.". :. :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 65 C 4104
DM CAl'LK
Plali
vs.
HELEN CAI I.K
n I.ini
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Yul HELE.V CAI I.K. ARE HERE-
BY Si ITIFIED to file youi
suil for l Hvorc. Itl
k. and sen i op)
Phi ntifl attorney, KI< 'HAR11
VLTSHCLER, SvyboM Bids., Ml-
i. Fl irtda, --ti or before May
e the i -I1" will be lakes
fnaap-il If)
Dated: April 14, I
K. I: LEATHERMAN
Clark the Circuit court
B) K M l.YMAN
I >eput) <"l-rk
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NOTlci
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
Ina t-. sagatri In
s under 'i"- fictitious name o)
ANDYS BEER .v WINK BAR at S**
N. Miami Aven Int. mi.- to :
sai.l ii ii. \< I ii the i 'i.-rk ( th. I'
ruil '...,: i i : ,.i. i lount) Floi Ida
OK \c:: Si >i LLIER
KESSLERa MASSET
Attl.lll V I fl.! \ |>|.||. .lilt
..:r LeJeune IM.. Coral Oables, Fla
4 I-:.:-::". a 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65 C 345
PA ["RICIA BLAI K I'AlTi:.
Plaintiff,
\ -
Itll'ol.l'll Li >RD TACTE,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
O i:i I* M.i-li i.i .!:i TACTE
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I: kt. n i ,i ti. Connecticut)
laboro, S. -i r ck
Y hi. Rudolph lord Taut, ai
.. i thai s Bill of < loinplaint
for Divorce has been filed airalnsi
you, and you requli ad lo sei
cop) "f your Arts rer "i Pleading to
II ..f Com
Iffs attorney, AIXSLKE i: FKRDIE,
Suite .":'. ::::. B.W. LoJeun. R.....I.
Coral iJ.iiil. -. I-'!- rids 131 "I and file
th. orlainal Answei or Ptoadlna in
the office of the Clerk of the Clrc l
Court "ti or I..1..1. th- 17th da) ol
May, i"i".. if vii fail to do so, Juds-
. defai it a BI be tak. n asrainsi
you for th. r. uded In the
Bill 'I i-..ni|.laint.
This notice shall be published once
each -.k for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEW ISII II.i HUMAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
1 .. thi- Ith da) "f April A.D.
i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dadi Oounty, Florida
(Seal) i i i' COPBLAND
l leputy < 'l.-rk
AINSLEE R. FERDIE
Sun. _!_. rt!6 S.W. l^-Jeune Road
.'oral i; i i.i.-. Fla :::IS4
Attorn. ) for I'laintifl
4/16-23-5". .
IN THE COUNTY JlDCHJ
IN AND FOR DDEC3l
FL0RIOA IN PROS'!
No SJ
IN R
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23. 1965
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Legal NOTICI
T"n7 ='- 3LICATION
.f-CL T COURT OF THE
Ft2 JLOXIAL CIRCUIT.
t?or5oe county.
i florioa
in chancery
NO S5C3363
FOR DIVORCE
fcoTT
/v ii! 10TT. 2076 l'i.......n
.,' v. York, are here- ;
";,:;. ,,mnlaln< lor rti-
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J lending to tl"
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I Ml Uncol..
. ... iriilu, ami ill.-
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1 ..,' the Clrcull
in; i". won ii
Ml DJ Ii-'
I gainst you for
the Complaint
| Ida. Into 5th
IB LE"ME"M*N
Vk cipruiT COURT
COUNTY. FLORIDA
i. RNEEDEN
I leputv Clerk
i 9-16-22 -
.j' LDGF.S COURT
,)F0C 30! COUNTY.
bRIDA IN probate
No 62432-B
| ,ERY.
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.,,- v|| Pel .-(Hi.- Il.-iv -
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.titled anil r. -
inn- and di -
_ have against
I KS A. BLLERY
1 .. .i 'ounty. FIoi -
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L.i nil ime In dupll
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Iituii offices in
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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"Thank God for our ailments, Max, or we'd have
nothing to talk about."
Cop,. 1964. Doynw FiodtKlioi,*
LEGAL NOTICE
4'iTJH
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> IIHREBT HIVES that
the underelMued, rl ; etioagi In
business under thi tifloiis hame of
n VDEI.ANn VIM \s V.PARTMENTS
.1 I 'illle I '''Mil '.;!
-.ml n.hi., wkh of ili.- i 'lr-
i-nii i 'oui to I' hi inty, I'll.riil.i.
EVAN ...- KB
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[ _RT OF THE
L CIRCUIT OF
Di \ 3 "OR DADE
|tv. -xncery.
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ROBINSON
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ludgment by
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the complaint.
RED, al Miami.
i this 9th da)
M, Clerk,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY ,N CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3346
VRTMIIi LU'KXEII
Plaintiff.
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<;i.auvs lacKXER,
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Ti i (; i.ai lYS I.ACKXER
Itesldi in Vddi i -- I 'nknou n
You, i IL VDYS I.Ai 'K NEK. in
by notified that a Complaint for In
\..i.. ; -i you, ami
you in*.
> uui An.- net : in i '..in-
i'i.lilll nil Ill-
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E. U. I.EATHERMAX. I
Circuit L'ourt. I >llde County, Klo Ida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66611-B
IN RE: Estate ..f
.lAi'ol: I'lXSKV
I'm a-.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
Ina riaiins or Demands Against Kald
lO.-lal,-:
Vmi are hereby notified ami re-
n'.i'.ii in present any claims and de-
mands whlrh you ma\ have against
tl.....>iai,. of JACOB I'lXSKV de-
' easi .1 L.i. nt l lade C.....it}. Florida,
in the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, an.i file ili.. name In duplicate and
n> provided In Section 133.10. l-lorldn
si:11 ni.-. in their offices In the Coun-
1} i 'ourthouse In Dade i 'inintv. Elm -
i'l.i. within .-i\ calendar month*
the tii......r the fii-i publication here-
of, "v the same will 1- barred.
Hated :n Miami, Klorldu, thli Stl
I April. A.I'. Is6d,
tlKRTRI'liK BEROER
MSUXAHl) ii. EtIERT
As Exi i nlni -
l''.l -I |.:ili'|..il ii.H ni
rs^p^n^sn*^aj^rsra
I.EtlXARI) tl EOERT
i II M. i -. I lei i.an ami l\a|iliill
r..i- Exe. in.a -
11 ." s'.W i-i Street
Miami, Kloilila I'10-2:1-30, S/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66436-C
IN RK: ICstate of
.KISEI'll Mi:i.l'A
I Ii ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll Creditor-, ami All Persons Hav-
ing iMalms or Demands Agninsl Said
Bstale:
S"mi re hereby notified and re-
luired in i.i.-.ni mi} i laiim- and de-
mands wlii.'li you may have ngninsi
the tat* "t i' isKi'il mi:i.i- A de-
late ol 11..-1.- County, Florida.
in the Count) Judges of Dade County.
, ml i lie i in- same In duplicati and as
provided in Section 733.10, Klorlda
Statutes, in their offices In tin Coun
j i Ihousv iii I lade County, l-'lm
Ida, "iiliin i-i\ calendar months from
in ,.i the rim publication here-
of, or the same will be liti n !
Hal.i.l ;u Vlliiml, hlotida, this I2lh
I ,. ,.r April, A.I). I!>*>.
MICHAEL Mi:i.l'A
A> Admluistratoi
publication of this
the Istli da) .a April, 191
HENRI NORTON
inni-ll.i'
Milll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*ist fhridfiian
solicits your legal noticM.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate servic* at legal
rates .
Dial I It 3-4005
lor messenger senrice
LEGAL NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hi:RBi:Y lilVE'"
Hi., .iii.i-.--i-.' .il. deXlHIbUV m.ii..^'e,lin
business undi i th. ficl fi ioiih il. -
Mnl.l.V I1ROWX RESTACRAXT
ai 219.1 N.W. 12th Avenu. Ml
Intends t" register s.'i.i
the Clerk of the Circuit Coun "t
I 'ml. County, Florida
MARKET DINER CORPORATION
A htorldn Corp.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorne) for Applicant
921 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
I p-lfi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRKBY (IIVI9N that
the undersigned, ili sirlim lu engi i
business under the fictitious name "f
A A A. KI.KCTI'.m.YSIS
at I'.'.Mii Indian Creek Drive, Miami
(leach, Plu., Intends to regltt< i said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
ii.ni-t ni Dade County. Florida.
CLAIRE SIMMS
sole ov ner
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- HIVEN thai
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titious name of
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III. I
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SIXER
I 16-23-30. 5
,.nB.V p-3LICATION
^RCL'iT COURT OF THE
JUO C'AL CIRCUIT OF
UN NO FOR DADE
' IN CHANCERY,
No. 6-,C i884
IN".;.: -
sin. i:r,
i
for divorce
[t 'i sinokr
!"'<..... Avenue
E";>' ';". Maryland
IjIOTT H KINOEJR, are
t''' "lal a Hill nf I',,,,,.
1 lv'," Iws ......n filed
i_a '" i i t-.-.I I..
,i, '!'. """' Answer or
J. ''' f CompUInt mi
T," "' '->. NKll. i'IIii-
Bi? t,' '" '' BM- Miami,
we the rlglnal Answei ot
In"'V '" .....f Hi- Clerk
MO nil-. ., r |.,,,r,. ,!.
Sill) .-.:.. |f y,,u f.,
Cf""-1 default will lie
hi, V."'. "" "'' relief de-
Comptelnt.
puutabi '
mi a weeks
ItlUIAN.
' RED .,1
of April a D
N '
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IN TH6CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH-JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 65C 4003
TMtt U II.I.IA-.tSlilii'.H
SjAVTNIW ': INK,
PIMel
KLNNKI'il i: tiOl Oil. el UX, i al,
I ii t.-nn ,ru-
NOTICE OF SUIT
i'i i. Arthur 11 llr ni I ind Anita
11:..'
in r ii s
Long '-. N York
V,, ..: hen il that the
nbovi
:
nil of i U "I' Coun-
ty to fot
f.'.llowini ...
I. .. i iTT I.M-.I. !
VIA Ni I,, de.l in I
i Public
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i ..... '.* Re-
u .
house auto U 13 in color,
'.'. I'113 In
and \
^ on in i ri sjion-
slve plea ling ti ........I""1
m ii ti the Clerk t esuld i
.uui serve won Plain-
tiffs at to > MARTIN FI.NK, Dade
Fi deral Building, Miami. Florida 33131. .
not lai.r iiii.ii Mn) In. I'"''', oi a De- |
,.,,., |.,.,, ...ni,--. will be entered
against )
DATED: April 12. I6'.
i: H 1.1 V.THHRMAN. Clerk,
fin nil Court, Dade County, Honda
IhcuI) B) : C P i'l'l'i:i.AND
i leput) Clerk
MARTIN F m:
Dude l-'.il.'i il Building
Miami, i-.oii.la 831S1 4/18-28-M, /.
p. i..i'i-:i..\Nii
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4/16-2J-!
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. 6SC 3495
MYRON III'Itsil
Plaintiff,
MARILYN S IIKI'.SII
I i.iVn.lani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: M W:n.N \ 8. HERSH
Ha nl\'. ni A\.-nil.-
Newark. \.-u Ji
You MAlilLV X H li
In m.till..i thai a Hill "i '
for l'i*
v.,ii. ,1 nd ymi ari i tpilieil lo
v
in. Hill ol i' iiiiplainl ni.
Vt I'M I.
mil fill *
or PleiidltiK In II.....
,.i the IM It Com re tin
It mi fall to do
!.. rtefn
ili landed
in the Bill C lahil
Tin. ii..1 shall l- published onci
each week I ons. eullve eek
in THE JEW ISH l'i-' 'KM HAN
DONE AND (iRDERED ii Miami,
ri..i Ida, tii ;i-t day of March, I'
"i:. i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(geal) By: l- SNEEDEN
i leputy Clerk
PA I I. KWIT.N'KY
I'.'n Lincoln Rd., Miami Beu. h, I la,
.IE I-.'!
Attorne) lor Plaintiff
A _'-'.'-lG-2..
Fla.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR'OA ,N PROBATE
No. 666.24-B
' IN RE ESI
FI I. VFT,
11.1.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
['., \u Cri '.i" .ind All I'. sol I la\ -
i >i -
Estit
Viiii ..- i I.) n.'iified i'ii'1 re-
i mi) i-liilins and de.
maiiils \. iii.-li \ un mi' | ha
:.,i.. of FUiRENCE II.M- P d.
ceased lute ol I >adi i V.unt) FI.....I
to the i 'ounl ( Judges of I Wd. I
.imi rile tile same In dupllcute ami n-
in-ovldeil in Section T33.16, FI irldi
Statutes, in il Ir offices In the 'oun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, uithin six calendar months from
the time of the flral publication here-
of ..I- the same will be burred.
I Mini ai Miami, l Imi.la, llii- '.'111
ila\ ol April. A.D. 1905.
A A 111 IN D. HAFT
a- Executor
rirst publication of tli^ notice on
the 16th da) '.r April, IMS
lli:\l:\ NORTON
. v I'm Executor
I log His. ..- : Bldg., Miami. Fin.
4 I..-;'::-::". 5 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY titVli.N that
i. i signed, desiring t.....-'- 10
business "i"i i In flctll i-m- name of
IflNM i s TAKE-I 'I T
ii nn N.\V, li.'n.l Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to said
with the Clerk II Co irt of
Dade County. Florida.
| Si.nK YINti H'OXtl

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COlRT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 66:04. B
Il RE
HI NIC W EISZ,
In I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Credit!
Claln i
'
I. i .'-
m.....is u hlch you ma) have e
..I
JOSEPHINE WEISZ.
......; Inti ol
.....
Cotintv. and file the same In
i in.- ami as pro} Ideil In Section
- 11 utes. in t heir ofn. a In
, Courthouse In 1 >ade I "oun-
tv, Flot iii.i. ii tiiii i n calendar
months from the time ol the fir.-t
iiuhlli ntlon hereof, or tli,- same will
"iint.,i ni Miami. Florida, tlii- 3ist
,l:n ,.f March, a.d 196.".
KI'RT U I'l.l.lSi II
As Executor
publication ol ti'i- notice on
dnv of April, l'.'ii"..
\vi-:i.i,isi'(i
estnte nf
I. wiEPHIXE WEISS!, I iw '1
107 Ainii-i in Avenue. Coral i iblee,
**" 4/9-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C-2746 (Gordon)
\\ i I 'i:i\ i:i:. Admit I trati
an Ol
: stati "i Ami i -
In -n. h .'ii i
ins.
ntlff,
Fir-t
the vih
KI'RT
Attorne
Wi'inan
IN
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66092-C
RE: Estate of
WILLIAM .1. HOill.l-'ELD
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hay-
ing Claims or Demand* Aaanuil sara
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which >"U may have amlnat
,.. estate of WILLIAM J. IlollL-
I'lM.D deceased late "f Dade < ounty,
Florida, '" 'ii- C......t) Judges of Dade
County, and file n in dupll
.uui us provided In Section
Florida li "l,il "ri"''.:
; hi '"' s In D "li- I
ate
I 16,
in
im-
u Florida n Ithli ndar months
rr ., thi publication
hereof will '" '
M .ill

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KAPLAN
r, f r. a .
t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 65C 3273
ELSIE BARBE1TE Mll.ANKS.
Plaintiff,
JOSE RAMON MILANKS.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: J08E RAMON MM.A.N'l'.S
l'.ii sh.'-.'.ia Avenue
Apt. No. A-1"|
Bronx S3, New York
Vi >r ARE HEREBY notified
:i Complaint for Divorce has
riled against >..... and you are he
required to serve a cop) ol your
that
i en
r.-i.-
all-
gwei i" the Complain! on the Plaint-
iff, attorney. LESTER ROOERS.
whose add -- Is i'i'" N.W. llHi HI "
Miami, FI Ida, and rile the o
of the Answer In tl" ....." th.
Clerk nt the Bli venOi Judicial I
in ., ,| fot I '.i County, I loi I
. of Ma-
I'ompli '
he taki ed by you
DATED 251 11 da)
l:"" i- ;: ; ( i, ii:M VN Clerk.
COPELAND
i
El 'ITII li loRDAX, i -
I n fi
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti : El 'ill I II JORDA '?. Blngli
ivoinan. it' living, incl
unkiiiiu ii -i.....ses of said Defet
,1ant If she has mai rh :- and n
,:. ml, ii.-i unknon n he i -. dev-
isees, grantees, assignees, cred-
itors, llenors, trustees, and nil
other persons cla I m i n >; b)
through, under or against these
Defendants whose residence! an
lliikin." n:
YnC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
n suit inn- in .-a brought against you
b) u l. DRIVER, as Administrator
ni Veterans Affaire, an Officer of the
i nii.il States nf America, anil his
successors In such office, and bis or
their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage
encumbering the following described
propel t \. to-wll: ___
Ix-t v in Block M, of CUTLER
RIDTIE, SECTION FIVE, accord-
ing to the pint thereof, as record-
ed in Pint Book 61'. ill pane I'.li, "f
the public records of Dade County.
Florida:
and you are required to file your an-
swer to said complaint with the Clerk
,,i the Clrcull Court of Dade County,
Florida, at th.- Courthouse In Miami.
Florida, "" or before May U. 1965,
ami to serve a copy of such answer
ii.....i I'AVID P. CAT8MAN, Plalnt-
Iffs attorney, .Mm--.' address Is l'H
Kasl Flagler Street, Miami. Blorlda,
mi or before said date, as required
by the laws of Florida. If you tail
to .in .-". the complaint 'H be taken
i by you and a I oree Pro
. --.. will be entered against you
for the t.-li.-i demanded In thi
'.!.i .in
11 VTEP Bl M ami, Florida, tl
LE VTHERMAN, C

1.. Nil
]. rk
I Will, i VTtfMAN
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4/16-IJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICF IS in I lilVE
lie it m.Ii .
under tl
',,_ West
12th \.. i!
to st. said mi ttltl
of the Circuit Co
I'lTi: OF Ml VMI IXC
R) Ji -. Nit .
Sim, :. I'.: p. \
I .. N'uvai leas
w i 'I I .- 'N ... I 'I \ Ml IND
it VRRY M ROHI IN
Attoi in i roi Pepi i>f Miami, Inc
i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456
To Whom l. Ma) Concern:
Notice i:- hereby iiii.ii that the un-
dersigned petitioners, JOHN JOKEPH
SCHl'RO 'IV. and MRS. JOHN JOS-
EPH KCHUROWITZ, whose residence
address i- n S\V. 59th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Da.I. County, Florida In the City
of MIAMI. Dade County, Ityrlda, In-
tend t" apply to the Honorable
BYRD \'. DI'KE, JR., Judge of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit. In and for
Dade County, at Ins office In the
Count) Coun linns.-, at 9:30 o'clock
a m mi the loth daj of May. i96i,
or ;i> soon thereafter a- the) may b>.
li.'in-il. fur an order changing their
names from JOHN JOSEPH s.'iii'R-
OWrrZ and MRS. JOHN JOHEPH
3CHUROWITZ, tn JOHN JOSEPH
SHERWOOD ami MRS. JOHN JOS-
EPH SHERWOOD, b) which name
tile, shall thereafter be known.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
il:i\ of April. A.D. 196T'.
JOHN JOSEPH SCHUROWITZ and
MRS. JOHN' JOSEPH Si'HCK.'WiTZ
Petition! I-
THEODORE FISHER
All-.: m>
J08 Ainsle) Building
Miami. Flot Ids
Phone: FR 9-0662
1 ;i i .: 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY CilVBN

bu -in.
of KENNED) H
tends i
Dade
Count |
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Page 12-C
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Friday.
April
UN Body Adopts Religious Bias Rule
GENEVA t JTA > The United
Nations Human Rights Commission
adopted last week parts of a draft
convention on religious intolerance
which would guarantee certain
Basic rights fur Jews and other>
whose rights are denied in one form
or another in \ariou- parts of the
world.
Iraq and the three Communist
members of the Ccmmission re-
presenting the I'SSR. I'kraima anil
Poland fought some of the pro
,n- and voted : tnem. indicating tl.ey feared th.-
hroad reliaiou- freedoms might ap
piy to Soviet Jews. In the official
document b ever, no country 3-
named specitica!!> an I none <>f the
provisions could be app!.1
~>w<-t Union unle.-s the CSSR ui-
ment.
One of the freedoms guaran-
teed in the approved portions of
the cfraft convention grants to all
believers the freedom to observe
their faith's rituals, including ob-
servance of dietary and other
practices of one's religion, and
Optimist Club
Oratory Contest
Coral Ga' Club a-
host to the Zone In c > r-j t o r >
Contest on Thursday at thr Air
liner Hotel
Representing Coral Gable* I >p
timist Club R ic h a r d
Schwartz, a I Poi ce d-
Leon Junior Hi^h
Judges for the zune contest ere
Circuit J u d g J. G'.i>rr: Par
ker. Cit> of Miami Commissionei
David Kennedy, and Dale Count)
Commissionei' Kar' Starnes (
man of the zone contest a Ains-
lee R. Firdi' and heutena-.t jo\
ernor is Theodore Goldstein
Takurj secoi I sla< e in
'abl^s cm te
of Glades Junior High Tl
place uent to !i :
South Miami Junior High
Other participants >nald
Til- a, Danfe I I larj
Ziegler. all of Kinlocli I'ark Jun-
ior Hi^'h; Kim I.
Junior lluli Rob) I Bum
Ponce: and Jo.- Collins, Columbus
High School.
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THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
NffOS f0 fTS
THRIFT SHOP
AN V*ur furniture, Clofhinf,
linens. Dishes, Orapes, ffc.
PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP
THE JEWISH HOME FOR
THE AGED THRIFT SHOP
7300 N.W. 27fh AVENUE
Ph. 696-2101
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c a L r
VICTOR (O.W
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
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685-1952
*
the ma/H/facturt or import of ob-
ject*, foods or other articles and
facilities customarily used in
such observance. That proposed
right, important for Soviet
Jewry, was strongly opposed by
the delegates of Russia, the Uk
raine and Iraq.
The Iraqi delesate proposed re
placement .>f Um paragraph by ;.
more genera! text omitting all re
Terence t'> oiet^r> toodl am! th'
right to pr.-luce or import them
Th<> Irjqi amendment was rejecter!
b) 13 to fi.ur. with to"r abstentions
The four negative sotes were cast
by Iraq Poland, the Soviet l mor
line The paragraph
u- then iinal
bj it to three, w::h one ab-
:. :
-: red bj Iraq, I
d the i
on, ami

- .. :<: r>\ 16 ;> 2 with thre"
with freedom to o.\
local, regional and national associa-
tio: of a religious nature, and to
communicate with co-religionist-
iad lai ,<.l added to this clause
amendment guaranteeing the
right to organize, maintain and
. .|>ate in international associa.
i : .. religiooj character Is
raei' proposal as adopted b> 14
In *n earlier acton, the Com-
mission, after sharp debate, sent
a Polish proposal for maximum
efforts by member states to hunt
down and punish all Nazi war
crimina's to a working group to
draft n acceptable resolution.
The Polish resolution asked al1
find and punish w.:r crim-
inals 01 erl
h manity during W

ition of -
n I rse th< l"N
it Genocide,
which th tea I
roved Bui rther i mununisl
I lei
I
tried to I
debate into an attack on West Ger
many instead of one concerning
Nazi war crimes.
I-raeli Supreme Court Justice
Chaim C 'hen. the Israeli delegate
-uppcited the main ideas of the
Polish resolution. Dealing with the
legal aspe.ts <-f limitations statutes
th. I raeii iuri-t ripped the argu
ments ot supporters of such limila
tion on legal grounds.
Morris B Abram. the Unite'I
States representative, also support-
ed the Polish proposal in principle,
disclosing that members of hi- fam
ily hatl been among the victim
the Nazi holocaust However, he
added, since West Germany had
vo ed to !efcr the deadline for i
prosecution, the matte:- w not
: been before tfu
ten!
i ..Id be po-t]-
for another ye ir
Prof. Rene Cassin, the French
delegate, disclosing that he had
lost 17 members of his family to
Nazi murderers, said he never-
theless did not want a resolution
which appeared vengefui. He said
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"ternioni| c^S
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Fage 4-A Jewlst>ncr*0ar7 -Jewisli Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish PlnrldlHii rtor* not (varan t* ttw Knhrutb of th^ merchant! it*e i,'l* • t --.i in Hy rnhmins Published every Friday tine* 1927 by The Jewtvb riorldla>a at 1M N.K. Sixth Street. Miami I. Florida. Second-Class Poatase Paid at Miami. Florida. Th Jswiah Floridian haa absomed tha Jewish Unity and tha Jewiah Weakly. Member of the Jewish Te'eerapnic Aosncy. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Aan„ American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapeis. and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $6 00 Three Years t'2 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 17 Fridav. April 23, 1965 21 Nisan 5725 The End of Passover The final days of the Passover observance rinq to a conclusion Judaism's most richly symbolic holiday. The Passover celebration of the exodus horn Egypt is rooted in Jewish liturqv daily and '.".roughout the year as an expression of our -.;.-. relentinq determination to be free. In this sense, Passover bespeaks manid's qeneral drive toward self-determination which is so characteristic of the world in which -. e live today. Hence, the final days of the holiday Friday c .d Saturday are as meaninqful in our own as they were when Moses first led the c ..cient Isiaelites from bondaqe. With Passovei ended, we beqin the seven• eek period prior to the advent of Shavuot. : e occasion of our receivinc the Ten Comr.andments on Mt. Sinai, av. occurrence suac eating that freedom also involves responsibilthe moral imperative to live the princ pies oi democracy and not alone to mouth them. Fear of an Image' Poin'ed efforts over a number of years have attempted to eradicate as a stereotyped entification that Miami Beach is a "Jewish resort.'' These efforts seem to continue. They express the sentiments of many persons of c pinion, some of whom surprisinqly are involved either semi-officially or officially in the city's comunity life. Sadly, a qood number are themselves Jewish, who apparently have become supersensitive to the impact of such an "imaqe" on the qrowth of Miami Beach. We must take exception to this type of thinkmq. Desipte the shadow-boxinq, which c:ms at what can only be a theoretical restriction of the number of Jews who visit Miami Eeach the area is still qrowinq. If is difficult I understand how such persons will justify '..eir reasoninq in today's world, where democracy and the brotherhood of man are, we trust, more than wordy principles. In point of fact, the economic structure of our community depends upon the volume of collars spent here, and we fail to see the difference as to whose the dollar is. Those of our fellow citizens elsewhere in the nation who will make their choice of a winter vacation spot the basis of how many Jews It attracts are I the kind of people we particularly want jcininq us, for however briefly, in our communWhatever the motives behind these receive efforts, hundreds ol millions of do!' have been and continue to be invested in new cani Beach hotels and housinq of all sorts — throuqh qcod and bad seasons reqardless of the fear of "images." Besi. ireing aqainst the spirit o: the times and c mon decency, tuch sentiments fail to square Ih the area's qrow We are qrieved to see so many spokesmen here, self-appointed and otherwise, make public statements about the consequences upon the season of the larqe number of jews who choose our community for their vacations. Miami Beach and its environs have an international reputation for its becutv as a resort city. It does not have to cater to biqoted attitudes for i's popularity. Speaking for Brethren The fears we expressed in these columns several weeks aqo about the bakinq of matzoh in the Soviet Union have apparently been realized. As in years past. Soviet Government propaqanda aqencies started months before Passover to let the world know that its Jewish community would be permitted to bake matzoh for the holiday — indeed would be assisted in the task. Then came word that the Jews of Kiev were during the week .. as| see it by LEO MINDLIN Frida y, April 23, A SOUTH | encc on Soviet !.„., Temple Israel Z l/ ek ? film entitled The pL 1 Silence" an, ca^ up H statement catting 2m71 cow "to eliminate £ Jcw,sn character of Z' cai campaign a Mil J nom.c crime.,; 0 S ish education i„ "ij tural institutions and Jewish artistic IHte^^eSS J 1 wish Jewish religious life: to allow religious and cultural L?^S*" ish communities of the world; to permit separate I "t?"> to be reunited; (and) to undertake a vigorous SStfiS. an against anti-Semitism." "'"lauonul camr To strengthen the charges implied in the protest ik. Chautauqua Societv film, narrated bv Edward C r i ltv mented a variety of events in the Soviet Union demonsXa.* systematic Kremlin campaign against its Jewish citizen 8 tion of 24 noted Yiddish writers in 1952; the reduction in hi ^ of synagogues from some 450 to 97 last vear the unieit.n .* bidjan as an exclusively Jewish settlement in I'm ,, •Jeda&a me^>0ft.J*w—mHtW, „*,,. than ter i £&? enure community, and no synagogue — the last 1957. the originally-vaunted experiment in tarianism a total failure. One can go on and on: the absence of adequati •,<,„, matzoh for Passover; the huge sports stadium untold thousands of Jews came to watch an i Stood up tearfully to sing Matikvah. and left Immediat, had come in their anguish merelj to see the Israi anthem, not really to watch the (fame; a drum on department store priced at SO rubles, one ol it. made from a Torah scroll, the implication there apparent DERHAPS ONE OF the mosl eloquent momen Robinson's quotation from "Babi \.. b; I who celebrated the site where a slaughtered by the Nazis during World War II vowed to erect a monument aa a memorial to l where only a garbage dump now markthi •| take oil mj cap and feel I m slowly turnii old man lying dead each child shot Tl Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto—April, 1943 already beinq denied the riqht. Now. on the concludinq days of Passover, the whole uqly story is out: 'he restrictions have been both profound and humiliatinq. Once aqain, Soviet Jews were victims of an increasingly frank Kremlin campaiqn to destroy the Jewish cultural heritaqe and tradition. Matzoh on the occasion of Passover is merely symbolic of the larger qenocidal Soviet war aqainst Judaism, which has included the banninq of Yiddish theatre, publications and the open and frank expression of Jewish thouqht and practice, no less than a sinqlinq out of Jews in the unrelentinq Communist war aqainst alleqed "economic crimes." In this reqard, Greater Mamians met at Temple Israel last week to view a film entitled "The Price of Silence," a documentary describinq the pliqht of Soviet Jewry. The Miami meetinq was part of a developing national and even international pattern no longer to remain silent, but rather to inform the world on the Soviet Union's qenccidal pla The price of silence is, indeed, hiqh: some three-million Jews who dare not speak for mselves, and who are virtual prisoners behind the Iron Curtain. Challenge to Ecumenism The Vatican may have had the last word on Pope Paul's Lenten sermon; but this hcrdlv means that people dedicated to the soil it of religious freedom will not continue to react with ..Udeiment and even disturbance a' what the Pope said on the occasion of his Passion Sunday talk. We must view as a traqic challenqe to the very meaninq of Ecumenism the inflammatory substance of the Pope's talk. For what he had to say neqates not alone the essence of the Doctrine on the Jews but also the entire moral tone inherent in the riqhtinq of historic wronqs £.0 nobly bequn by the late Pope John XXIII. We can consider the Lenten sermon a "seasonal" vestiqe of the peat — a conclusion that is bad enouqh. But its neqative impact on the Jewish Doctrine seems even more disastrous. s> • Despite the prevailinq Ecumenical spirit. Dr. Charles Y. Glock, director of the Survey Research Center at the University of California, still found it necessary to tell a meeting at Loyola University of Catholic and Protestant clergymen and educators that "the notion that the Jewish people have responsibility for the death of Jesus is still distressingly alive and a critical factor in perpetuating anti-Semitic prejudice." "burned do l mn '' : % % %  • %  huraj Ml i • Russia 1 I'm oi • rjg| outcry against the growing evidence ol Soviet ant %  •, f lioi ized him throughout the world back in 1961 Henrj Siegman, executive ol the National C01 ReUtfej Advisory Council, guest at the Miami conferenci at Temple Israel when he detailed the mounting Rus> the sharp reaction abroad to its anti-Jewish policieferriM the dwindling of Jewish cultural expression in the S liet, he nod at the same time the recent publication, the first in I tears,of official Yiddish work entitled Azoi Leben .Mir" This' is lionLive" — brought out in 15.000 copies Said Siegman There some half-million Jews in Moscow alone few if any ol uhom can I the volume." But. he added, the Four Corners Bookshop in New Y regularly advertises "Asoi Leben Mir" in the Timewhich clear] proves thai its purpose is to propagandize abroad rath r than to fe the Yiddish cultural needs of Soviet Jewry. Insisting that protests like the meeting in Miami can do he emphasized an unprecedented occurrence In Russia — the v drawal of the infamous Kttchlco book. "Judaism Without EmbeS ment," following the worldwide outcry against its v. Jiki rach An even more immediate case in point is the cum it isue Life," published by the Soviet Union in WsVshington, D C. Siign suggested that, almost uniformly throughodi the pas) -,\ months, magazine has printed articles on Jews in an effort to counteract impact of the protests against Moscow's anti-Semitism THE APRIL ISSUE, for example, carries a cover in CO -'lomnj family presumably seated at a Seller table hot.: candles and wine. The implication, of course, is that surprised: it is a common enotifni phenomenon "ai I Moscow 's .leu ',s'i families in the magazine's Editorial Opinion column, a < %  H Blinkl of Chicago, protests the need tor Jews '"to list as nat identification cards the fad thai they an Jews." Rei cditomj such a waj that one can herd!) understand: ". when says he is a Jew, he is saying, *Mj nationality is Jew if %  '•"'' Met citizen says he is Russian, he is saying Russian.' In the former case this does not il is | ofes i g Judaism as his religion anj n on I it mi .HIthe individual embraces thi 1 ..'. ins. the • .lit rs suggest "Mis in lei %  om the I that the %  i • %  \ i-. o\ identl; m the USSR an USA." One can onlj dd E< There would be little poinl in documenting mo i Chautauqua Society film, which was produced bj I icar Hebn w Con rogations or to offt r more e\ i ties toward Western opiniot s j from the widenin Sino-Soi lei rift deuce ol Communist Parties elsewhere Certainlj tin existence ol the sensitivity; one musl nut I and doehelp I AM SIMPLY wondering about the form our protesl Last week's meeting seemed more like an Amencan ] pitch — despite the suggested program here involving \ ter faith demonstrations .1 proposed mass me< the National Eternal Light Vigil scheduled fi r Washin / 1 J|1!U '|1 The question is no longer to prove the existence inc c|ui'siion is no longer 10 prove tile exisienee II !" — in the Soviet Union and to make Mhe leas Interested u -,. Lam. It is rather how to make our protests count — •' i! 1 '"'"' fashion As I see it, the methods adopted until now are oiitiiiodf terms oi current Russian reelpolitlk. We ought to begin, for example, with the proposition -tati'il'" April issue of -Soviet Lite" — that .lews ". were partiCUlSlV eU] discriminated against In Czarist times." In effect oturui siaii propaganda would have us believe that anti-Semitism %  •| l n over bom the era when "Czarist Russia was rightly called lu p ot nations' That is why the complete elimination ot nationa pression was one of the main tasks of the Socialist RevolUUS Russia." ,.,J We may recognize both the political motive and the base


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, April 23, 1965 •fjf-nisl> lla id ton Page 7-A t installation ceremonies of Harmony ed (left to right) are Bernard Langberg. founB'ncr B riih, held in the Algiers Hotel der president; Judge Norman H. Goldstein, iniandina (left to rightl William Gerstein, coming president; and Michael I. Ross, past Kave, Hy Astor. Phillip Friedman. Marpresident. j Bel Marcus and Lester Sher. Seat[Cong. Will Test LBJ School Aid Cwtinutd from P9 1-A whether he attends public or t ion with any one religious sroup hurch-supported schools during so tna( the programs and the and non-profit private ne roBU | ar school day." he dei prem ises are truly communitylared. ba*ed, so that all diildren may feel "But such help should be given cumfor table and so that no parents >nly in places where there are no win" as a matter of faith or con•:i 'lisio'is syni'-K no religious aarb science feel barred from using \orn bv teachers and no identifiesthese centers.' -Dual enrollment" or shared f arrangements authorized unIthe bill t 'he extent that they lathe commingling" of pubparochial school faculty, biues or administration ictwl facilities and services |jhTb\ public funds should re i mder the exclusive control ibhc Minorities the Amenj^wL-h Congress leader deBdrcn quoted a statement [Ike debate in the measure lath26.lW.il>> Rep. Kmanuel •Dem-NY chairman of House Judiciary Committee, (here is no aspect ol this ihich raitas iatuea of any snee in the field <>f church (that will no) be tubjeel to I review f, Clkr also told th* House in many cas* State Wrt' suit* will be available i mains of obtaining judicial w, tvtntually leading to rathe Supreme Court of I United States." fquadron declared The Amen.' i political system tests on the kimpuon thai the courts are reI by the Constitution t>> strike unconstitutional legislation. the court have thai i> war, led Lunds violation <>i lOmstitul I :i\ | •• %  ii the *rtins b nusl inre' the n guarantee Bl1 "i I si roded t<> 'Punt ol extinction. *'' hope, therefore, that the %  j and state education off! have supported the lull ^Icome rather than reshct wedings and thai they H,/'?"" resort to an) '"' devu, '~ that would obie final resohaUon ol this 1 w proper forum the J*J &f •"encin Jewish Con2"*IWl ,hai Fedaral funds ^Mucition and fight poverty .wsently needed, but th.y W only to those public *.T ,. poblic institutions ^ t0 H citizens. LAUGHID OFF STAGE Ohio U. Students Jeer at Rockwell ATHENS. O. — (JTA) — George Governor of Virginia. Then you will .incotn Roekwii. leader of the iMgh out of the other sides ol your Unaricaa Nazi Party, addressed mouths." :,8oo students of Ohio University AS soon as Rockwell had finishhere and was subjected to derisive ( | another faculty member, I'rof. aughter. ii" then complained thai Ernest M. 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Mrs. Jerome Anapol, Mrs. -Coring Rockwell but. at the request '. man Ashhes, Mrs. Martin Feklman, I of Mr. Mirviss, Jewish and other j Mrs. Lewis Gillis, Mrs. Robert anti-Rockwell students pledged not Grossberger. Arthur Lewin. War to picket or to throw eggs at the ren Richardson. Wilfred Rose. StanNazi The lecture went off peace-' ley Wellins. Mrs. Norman Wein jfully, but when many of the stu-' berg. Mrs. Edward Salem. Mrs dents laughed at him. Rockwell I Alan Stenning. and Mrs. Ellis said: "Next year. I will run for Tarsches. 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-Jewish Floridian 38 Number 17 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday. April 23, 1965 Three Sections — Price 2C Matvk Missiles Now Ready for Use in Israel TFI |V1V-(JTA> — The ground-to-rr Hrr| i „nrrli IM I by Israel from the United States K Wee Monday al their specially-prepared IS Wined for the purpose In the United states. KM official!} announced. T. Hawk, "ill increase the Israel. Arm) itorAlt force." Prime Minister Lev. Kshkol dcCd Monday, ahe and Israel's other topmost je!,ns,. chief* inspected the installat.ons. The Hawks arrived recently at Haifa, brought „ this country by a vessel owned by the El Yam Shipping Company, w hich had donated its services to the Government. On hand to watch the unloading of the missiles — which was done during t-e night — were Mr. Eshkot, Deputy Minister of Defense Shimon Peres, Chief of Staff Yitihak Rabin, and bthe> army and defense ministry officials. FrOlh the docks, the Hawks were tramported to the previously prepared sites. It took four years from the time negotiations were first started with the United States Govern mcr.t for the purchase of the Hawks until their nnival here. Mr. Peres noted. Ill the interim. Is. raelis were being trained in the United States for the operation of these weapons The Hawks. Instated, would greatly strengthen Israels anti-aircrutt defense system. Mr. Eshkol. after observing that Israels deterrrni loree has now been strengthened, added: "It is our aim to deter aggression, prevent attack on I* rael and. at the same time, bo prepared to repulse ,iv attack. These Hawks have been integrated into our military security line as its major deterrent weapon against the enemy air force." The missiles. i.c -aid. -are not the onlj babies possessed by the Israeli army. While we have them now. we snail see t<> it that other branches of the Israeli army are also strengthened," he declared ew Policy lated On %  East AJCongress Will Test LBJ School Aid Law HOWARD AQUADRON challenge 'violations' llOSOPr-lr MM PAGf 13-A By MILTON FRIEDMAN ittSMNGTON JTA) The ni e l .-'tales polilid :.' East krged thi> week The policy is %  %  to provide fled arms to I-. at I and four |ab natioi ;, iihile Israel is can i • %  use rest, ainl on the Jor watei issue, and patience desalii ati n i hjectives are hie-, ed tad 1 Sti said Israel hern ttarne i i K.I l'uIS. will ion to preC^^M r i n Viioi| I ttekade ol Israel's river OCt^Il %  meal fer sources Thi s %  fficials view immedUi thi -al to peace in region a sing trom what ..israi I plans to use m eessary to bar ibdiversii n <>l Jordan River trilainACODATH ISRAfl URGfS 'DISOWNING' %  PAGI 3-A EDUCATORS APPROV£ PAG£ 15-A NEW Jewish By Special Report YORK — The American Congress announced this week it would seek a prompt court test of ihe constitutionality of pro. visions In the Federal aid-to-educa tion act jiving government aid to religiously-controlled schools. parochial schools. Under Title II of the bill, S100 million will be al located for textbooks and library materials that are to go to church-controlled and other private non-profit schools as well as to public schools. I .S. Mazis To I lie Peace %  >) Provisions under which public ol the organizations Commission latest United States as* tssnent sees Sino-Soviet tpnpts to penet.ate the Middle Continued on Page 2-A hurguiba foys Nasser, r ito Knew l PAR| S n \ President Ha el Tunisia renew!" appi ,i [oi .in end to Arab Is, His loscd this week PI an leaders knew and ; I" 1 intention to make publicl) known. leader's latest .-f : > an interview In 'he F-tn weekly Nouvelle Observai'th he reiterated his *"" for a negotiated solution of '"""•wl-Arab dispute, .-p.-ciiical* urged an end to the bitter 1 *ich divides Arabs and • lMl1 tthitii leads the Arab fanaticism which will "the day when negoIUon *dl have to start." "•'•rring t 0 a recent visit to %  •.he declared: "I told Cairo ,n,e nded to make my views •cly known, on condition that ** d no ho accused of betrays the Arab cause. Everybody F*. There were some differ" evaluation, but no seriROCKWTU JffRED PACf 7-A SACRAMENTO (JTA) The California state Senate Judiciary comn ittee approved unanimouslj this week a bill to outlaw paramil Uary organizations after receiving n report from stale Attorney General Thomas Lynch urging action %  gains) the American Nati Party and other similar groups in the slate The Attorney General's report, which described private army loupg H "a threat to the peace and -curity of our sta e." listed also the Minute Men. the Black Mi lims. ihe Nat! inal States Rights Party and the California Rangers. H s report was based on four years ,,: undercover pre** ol the groups. De laring that the privi 'e army groups were "tiny" in membership ind Influence, and composed largely of anti-Semitic and anti-Negro Continued on Page 10-A en Law and Social Action, said the Jewish group %  s trongly supported"' Federal aid to public schools. But he said AJCongress would challenge "those parts of the Morse-Perkins Act that violate the First Amendment guarantee of separation of church and state." Squadron said supporters of the legislation had given repeated assurances during the debate on the bill in Congress thai court tests .it the measure could be brought. We plan to take t.'.iem at their word by supporting any test cases that ma) be properly brought by interested parties." he said. Squadron >poke at a meeting of ihe National Governing council of the American Jewish Congress i:. tent to parochial schools under the program of pwmlementorv educational centers. Under Title 111 i| the bill, another $100 million is to be spent to make available remedial instruction, teaching machines, lair rator) equipment as well a! teachi r and nier services to Continued on Page 7-A RfP. fMANUEl CHUR suits available Israel Wins Agreement On Arms and Scientists ere In Jew i Kdy ihe t resolution, the American h Congress policy-making authorized participation by organization's legal staff hi cases designed constitutionality one or mere test m challenge the oi 1 ) Provisions under which textbooks purchased with Federal funds will be made available to Catholic, Protestant and Jewish JERUSALEM — iJTAi Fn grcemenl has been reached ir. talks between West Germany's special em'ssary and Israeli Government leaders on conditions for establishment of diplomatic relations between the (wo countries, it KM announced this week as the ';onn envoy. I)r Kurt Birrenbach %  •it for Germany. Under the ajff*e• ier We.-t Germany has agre I • ( nnplele the final part 0 shipment ol several million d< ,„r's we:i'i of weapons to larae. tuit through a third party The agreement also provides i r S4O.OOO.O00 in West German econ tm ie aid to Israel annually. It was B 1*0 reported that the agieenu ll incorporates a solution for the pro • 1,-m of West German scientists and technicians wi rking on advanced weapons 55 stems tor Presidert Nasser in Egypt The West German F.ml as*y will be located in Tel \\i\ Ni nes oi ambassadors have n.ii yef been submitted. The agreement will be present ed for ratification to the next session of the West German Cabinet and to Israel, with a joint communique expected within two weeks. The communique, it was understood, will avoid any dec I a Continued on Page 8 A r 'MUM Ribicoff Resolution to Go Unopposed 1 1 1 %  !..,< .1 ;.!...! ,.• (.. .,!>;...•• f.t -wl inti.tn tn tli.n'i the AP re>MH in Nsw Continued on Pa ge 9 A WASHINGTON (JTA) State Dcpartmeni spokesman Robert Mc donkey said this week that the Department had decided not to ohfeet to the Ribkoff resolution which provides for Congressional condemnation Of Soviet anti-Semitism. It was learned that Hie State Department in view of criticism ol ts opposition to the Ribicoff resolu tion, n< ed the deterioration in American-Soviet relations and felt that Ihe previous reasons for I oiled Slates opposition to the resolu tion no longer applied. lias now been decided that. while he resolution may not have a significant effect, Ihe Department feels thai it can DO longer object. Mr. McCloskey said that the Department's views were contained in a letter by AssMant Secretary oi State Douglas MacArthur 2nd. to Chairman J. W. Fulbright of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee, who bad requested the current position on ihe pending me sure. Mr. MncAilhur stated that. alter weighing possible advantages ainst disadvantages, it had been deciiled not to object to adoption Ol he Ribicoff draft at this time Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin, Chief Rabbi of Moscow, meanwhile told the Associated Press in Moscow that his Central Synagogue has no library or Hebrew school, and that applicants for the Yeshiva in his congregation from other parts of the Soviet Union cannot come to the capital because there is no place for them to live in the crowded city, and residence permits are refused to them, the AP reported in New York this week. The la-t graduating class of the iv 'iiv a completed its studies there hrce years ago, Rabbi Levin told he American news agency, the lass oi "less than JO," in.luded a •w rabbis, seliochtim and cantors be 1 < port -tatcd. The rabbi also said, ace rding o tile report, that no Hebrew prav r books have been printed in the Continued on Page 12-A



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Friday. April 23. 1965 k Jmlstrfk>r/tttor7 ~ZZ Page 5-C SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEBK KEDOSHIM The jew views the giving of alms as one aspect of social justice. ••Ye shall do no unrighteousness in Judgement, in meteyard. in freight, or in measure. Just balances, just weights. shall ye have" (Lev li>: 35-36). KKDOSHIM — "Ye shall be holy; for I Ihe Lord your Cod am holy. Ye hall fear every man his mother, and his father, and ye shall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols And when ye reap the hnnost of your land, thou shalt not wholly reap Hi, corner of thy field Neither shalt thou gather Ihe fallen (rail of thy vineyard; Ihou shalt leave them for the poor and the (tranger ., Ye shall not steal; neither shall yp deal falsely, nor lie one to another. And ye shall not swear by my name lalsely Thou shall not oppress they neighbor, nor rob him; the wages of a hired servant shall not abide with thee all night until morning. Thou shalt not curse the deal, nor put a stumbling-block before the blind ... Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgement Thou %  halt not go up and down as a talebearer Neither shalt thou stand idly by the blood of thy neighbor Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" (Lev. 19.2-18'. "Ye shflH'be holy nuto Me; for I the Lord am Holy, and have set you apart from the peoples, that ye should be mine" (Lev. 20.26). This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited k>y P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i* Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. Marriage Site Not the Issue By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ place, when done in good taste, in Temple Menorah „ hotel. From a practical point of view, (he problem of serving the Should rabbis officiate at weddings only taking place in Jewish Houses of Worship? Th e a c1 of marriage is called "Kidduehin." which literally means sanctity." The marriage ceremony thus is equated w i t h holiness. Yet, if the Rabbinical Associaation of Greater i Miami should ; pass a resolution calling upon its members to officiate only at those weddings serving dinner following the marriage can more easily be solved by the hotel's catering facilities, the actual ceremony in a hotel or a heme is often in finest of taste and Jewish tradition, What we rabbis must be concerned with is not the place but with the atmosphere of a wedding ceremony. Our opposition must be toward the irreverent attitudes, the gaudy entertainment and the crass commercialism. Most of the non-Jewish marriages announced in our press take place %  i n the churches. But the mounting rate of divorce in the general population seems to indicate thai church weddings do not necessarily make marriage any more stable — or any more ""spiritual." What is needed is rabbinical 'guidance in planning wedding ceremonies, whether in the home, la the temple, or in the hotel, so that they take place in the spirit of Judaism and not in the spirit <>i "njghtclublsm." Muskat. Luxner Receive Honors Rabbi Abramowifz u L^.. --.in. :,i, -, Sales and marketing Executives International bestowed honors on | Saturday night at the Doral Country held in synagogues, I doubt if I! c,ub on Miami's top salesmen, could morally abide by such a res] Interama Chairman Dr. Irving E. oiution. I would certainly oppose OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Itabbi Sanford Seltzer Of the UAHC Region its formulation and would recommend against its passage. There are two simple reasons for my statements. Muskat was granted the Civic Salesman of the Year Award for his successful efforts on behalf of the Inter-American Center Authority. Morton B. Luxner was honored ford Seltzer is regional Ihe Southeast Council of HI American Hebrew m s, encompassing over Ri congregations in South |i leorgia, Florida, AlaBnli tern Tennessee. He as his position for the past i Cincinnati, <>.. he om the University of h< re he received the fcgrei i" Bachelor of Arts in poltii.il science, and Hebrew Union f" h Institute of Religo. ti :;i which he holds the cle%  'II' of Hebrew Letters. i; Seltzer served congregaons in Memphis. Tenn.. and New k City before assuming his Menl post, [ Rabin Seltzer serves as regional bbinir adviser to the Southeast Kler.iiion of Temple Youth, and aacted as dean and co-dean of as well as national teen" programs under the 1 Ihe Reform movement [He has contributed articles and tvii to such publications as Reconstructieaiet," "The First the marriage ceremony wi,h u,e Distinguished Salesman's like most Jewish rituals, is not Award for his record sales achieveneccssarily synagogue centered, i ment as District Sales RepresentUndoubtedly, there is a traditional i'-t've for the Universal Match Corbasis for ascribing the ceremony of jporation. marriage to be held in the synaI Featured speaker of the evening jgOgtte. However, equally signifiWMB the Rev. Mack Douglas, of the cant is the custom of the marriage First Baptist Church of I'ompano taking place in and around the Beach, home. Having officiated at quite 0 number of weddings. I can not deny the "spirituality" of a wedding ceremony held in the sanctuary, where the behavior of the guests, as well as of the family, takes on a deeper and richer sentiment. Nonetheless, there is neither legal, nor traditional basis for legislating marriages to be held solely in the temple, Second, there is hasieally nothing wrong with weddings taking $1 'V, IN TIMES OF SORROW %  > <*. wowefts express what words cannot! WE SENT) SYMPATHY Low tits ANYWHKRI froticGoiutru MIAMI 635-4516 MIAMI BEACH 532-3361 CORAL GABLES 665-5423 HOUYWOOD FT. IAUDERDALE 95-7051 FR 17398 RABBI SANFORD SHT7CR Journal of the Central Conference ol American Rabbis," ""Ihe Jewish 'leather,'' and "U.S. News and World Report." He is also a contributor to the recently-published volume, "Sermonettee for Young People." Rabbi Seltzer is married to the former Michelle Seligson. of New York City. 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Tzqe 8-B Adath Yeshuran Slates Musical Sft ul). ii F.L. V" Is the title of a musual extravaganza in two acts to be presented by Temple Adath Yeshurun on Saturday .111(1 Sunday nights, 8:15 p.m.. in the Charles Rosenburg Memorial Hall of the Temple. last exclusively includes Adath Yeshurun members. Author is Mrs. .lulius Bluestein. Mrs Maurice Neu i> co-diret-lor. Annual Donor Affair Annual donor aflair Of Ladies' Auxiliary 243, Jewish War Veterans, will ho held Saturday, 7 p.m.. ;it Hie Algiers Hotel Mrs. S\ S itta is president Chairman is Mrs. Nor man Levine. Dade 3ome of the members of the cast who will appear in "Showooat F.L.A.." musical comedy beinq presented by the Temjle Adath Yeshurun Players Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 p.m., it the Temple are (left to right.) Mrs. Martin Pollack, Mrs. Marin Beloff. Martin Beloff, Mrs. Gerald Franklin and Mrs. Nor%  nan Goldstein. Roosevet Files For Mayor's Post ESlMotl Roosevelt. 54. Miami Beach business consultant, qualified Tuesday as a candidate for mayor in the first election specif ically tor Mayor, with hallotting scheduled June 1. Roosevelt, who heads Elliott ROOSevell International. Inc.. at 1H88 Meridian Ave.. lives at 2424 N. Bay Rd.. with his wife. Patty. He has eight children. Roosevelt has lived in Miami Beach for the past two and a half years In 1964. in his first try for public I flice. he was elected as Florida's national Democratic cemmit teeman. Roosevelt's program includes a concerted effort by Miami Beach's first generally-elected mayor to bring major conventions to the resort city, particularly the Demo cratic and Republican national conventions: increased attention to the needs of senior citizens; and a i.'ivfully developed plan to attract i.ew. younger year-round residents to Miami Beach." Blackstone Names New Mashgiach Appointment of Rabbi Jacob Co hen as resident inasmuch of the Blackstone Retirement Hotel was announced this week by Kabbi David Lchrfield. representing the In ion of Orthodox Jewish Coageegationa Of America, and by Michael Sossin, Blackstone owner and operalor for more than 10 years. The Blackstone will convert to an all kosher facility Friday, the eve of Passover, and continue under "I'" supervision throughout the year. Kabbi Lehrfield said. Rabbi Cohen, who WM ordained in Poland, came to the United States in 1943. He has been a swperisor of kashruth for the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America for the past three years. Rabbi and Mrs Cohen will live at the Blackstone, which will continue to offer special diabetic and s;.It-free diet Soasin also will continue personal supervision of all activities at he hotel. "Barber' at u aae Audit, on May 9 .Opera Guild of Create J will present its final „„,, *!S BtM n Mozart's ''MIBELV -n Sunda) afternoon \i ; d ? mg at 2:30 p.m. s u Song in English, the hnfci three-act opera is the second73 Dade Family Opera, ,Se n >* J l>e mounted by the opera" this season. Rossini's "££* was presented earlier this *£ Two members ol the \> w Crty Opera Company have n. engaged to appear in the rL production. They are s; P i ro £? bar tone, who will portray .and IteiaM Kleir„ un who will sing 1 he (hmihinTZ Dr. Paul c mka as^Se ductor of the Opera Guild win duct a SO-piece professional on* t'a Staue dire.tnr will be Amhn. Stivanello. mU Aquatic Workshop Slated Aquatic Workshop is beuu m sored by the Orange County Chad tr rhej dore Slruhl. director ol i'.>m;>0cilJ and chairman Ol the America Red Cross Water Safety attf Fin Aid Service, for Dade Count] l^eft to right are Mrs. AI Kessler, Mrs. Max Backer, Mrs. Gerald Schecter and Mrs. Bernard Goldman, who will appear in Showboat F.L.A.," mutical comedy scheduled for Temple Adath Yeshurun on Saturday and Sunday eveninqs at 8:30 nv Florida State B'nai B'rith Conference To Gather for Sessions in Palm Beach The 29th annual convention of sentative. acting as moderator. 1 • B'nai B'rith Lodges and Wo Concurrently, there will be a r en's Chapters will gel under way Wor kshop with Herbert S turda\. 6 p.m.. with registration K 01 delegates at the Palm Beach Levy, national program director of 'I wen Hotel in Palm Beach. B'nai B'rith. acting as moderator. On Monday, Apr. 26, a leadership training and development session will be held, with Arnold E. Ellison, executive secretary of District Grand Lodge S, acting as moderator. Justness sessions of the two-day < nventi n will be conducted by S inoy Palmer, state president nsel A Wittenstein is convention < airman. Assisting Wittenstein are Charles Kossove, former presi: ent of Freedom Lodge, Miami beach; Maurice Finegold, past : resident, Coral Gables Lodge, ind past president. South Florida Council. Kossove will also be acting as c nvention secretary and Finegold aconvention treasurer. Robert I Upton, president of h strict .">. will be principal speak at the opening session slated i' r 8 p.m. Mayors of Palm Beach : ri West Palm Beach will welcome tl e delegates. Also scheduled to eak in their capacities as retiri' Sj presidents will be Palmer and .v rs. Pearl Roscnbleeth. of the Won en's Chapter. Membership Workshop will get i der Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Mod. c-iator will be Harold Brenner, asaistant national membership direct( At 2 15 p.m. the B'nai B'rith i munis ion Ofl Israel will gather v til H. B> Bronstein. tield re pi e Pine Forest Camp 'Outstanding 1 Site Pine Forest Camp is an outstanding site in the Poco.io Mountains of Pennsylvania. Situated In Greeley-Pike County Pa., (Our and a half hours from Miami Airport. Pine Forest has had the same family leadership for the past 34 yean. The camp features separate facilities for boys and girls, age 6 to 16; sailing, canoeing and skiing; emphasis on athletics, particularly basketball; experienced, mature staff; a New York World's Fair t'ip; Acorn Village for 4 to 6-year olds; resident doctor and nurses. and Sabbath services Local Pine Forest Camp representatives are Fithian Studios of Dancing and Drama. 323 W 47th St.. Miami Beach, and Theda Shapiro, 8391 SW 142nd St.. Miami. 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Page 2-C +Jewist)ncrkMan Friday, Aprfl 23 AT DINNER IN SIRKIN HAU Temple Emanu-f! Brotherhood Will Fete Seven Past Presidents at Dinner May4 Seven past president-: of the Temple Emaim-El Brotherhood will honored at a stag dinner of the •lens Club on May 4 at Sirkin Hall n Temple Emanu-El Announcement of the function vas made by Milton Sirkin. presiient o! the Brotherhood Those to be fated at tha dinner session are Joseph Abelow, Jules P. Charming, Judge Irving Cypen, Allen Goldberg, Hylan H. Kout, Dr. Herman Mechlewitz and Michael Sossin. Commit!,-,. metnh(rj Leonard Abramsoa, Dr Se*l! Altermar. M n ,, Kfif ^ B *" rk '' Blank J2 Buchwald. Marwin s CHJ^JJ Me >w ChnrM tph Cohen Ted Cohen w Lopclan : ,.,„ }v Zj*\ l^'n Find, jji Newiy-elected officers of Southeast Region United Synagogue Youth are Heft to right; Steve Weininger, Beth Torah Conqreqation president: Karen Cohen. Montgomery. Ala., second vice president; Linda Samuely, Daytona Beach, corresponding secretary; Karen Adler, Temple Emanu-El. recordinq secretary; Ann Schen. Beth David Temple, first vice president: and Ivan Rubin. Temple Sinai, Hollywood, treasurer. An outstanding gUMt spcikfi rom ilie entertainment uorid will %  take pan in the program. Sirkin nond. Simon E Ruoia. D said. Working with him on the funcclson. Cawn. Judj ton Fl Pfeiaha I rt R?I '"•'<'' 1 n i.insour,' (ioluste, LB resolved to lold a series of educational proI the membership maj be more effectively nol tee) to t.ikiapproprv Me. Steven Weininger, of Beth Torah Congregation, was elected president, replacing K enntth Platt, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, Fla. Weioinger also was awarded a scholarship to Israel with the USY Israel pilgrimage. Cther officers e'ected were Ann Scherr, Beth David Congregation, Miami; Karen Adler, Temple Emanu-El, Miami BeachIvan Rubin, Temple Sinai, Holly %  SBBjBJ OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVL0W Office designs •nd furnishings sJirect from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything lor tre 0ff.ee of Distinction rior design and ee planning. Open Saturday Morning PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. I i0< Soutnwest irst Avtnue T'CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AMD PINK OR WHITE SEfDlESl L GRAPEFRUIT Bvshel $C95 Half 3 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONOED-iWSl/D-GUAANTEfD it 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710FR 4-8783 rKEE ORANGE JUICE WE Pt.CH tM RITE HSRF £ AV TO 10 M OAltY wood; Lynda Samuely, Temple Israel, Dayton* Beach; and Karen Cohen, Agudath Israel, Montgomery, Ala. Resolutijns linking Jewish youth with the Jewish community ••! ui'i America were also implemented. Repori> on the status of the Jewish communities ol BuSSsa, South America, and Israel were presented by I Seiber Jacksonville, Fia : IK. Goldemberg, Temple Me ah, Miami Beach; and Oren pie Sinai Hollywo Ten .. Hollywi <>.| Chapter, ex. %  -.. if stud) 11 other chapters vest eermenl ior chapter actii Lties. United Synagogue '> the Of the I lined Synag America. tion are Vice Pre-uients Ben C> pen. Harold J. Segal. Sarauei L. Seltzer and Herbert S. Shapiro. irtlier committee chairmen for the dinner include Oscar J. Rosenstrauch. Col. Milton Blum. Charles Rosenblatt nd Albert Osip. The seven past presidents now Aho Irvine -chairman Or u thur Shapi.-o. Jack sme-naj.* ton Smith. Loasu Spew, p w Stein. Charles Mrekw. 'r m \\ lobin. Charles \\>bert ^ Wetnkie. Nat Wolf. MusssiL !>er. Martin Wnolin. Charles Yum Al Zablo. Laniard ssan on a special Advisory Board Weiner. I Hhj| \tais to tlie Temple Emanu-El BrotherDebler. Abe Kutam. 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Ap 1965 -Jewisti Meridian Pacre 9-A X mi' kr w. w. S^HS^^v^^i fc ^*v \W j^"" ~* *>sHti^H L^B sessions will be held at the five branZ; :-?qe of Jewish Studies of the 7t: o! lev .sh Education durinq the last n April. One of the Hebrew Depart;u :i the C: "eqe of Jewish Studies shows at row >: %  to right) Mrs. Nathaniel Sorcff. r.ue. 7 3:enner. Max Gordon. Second row are Chana Ishak, Mrs. Jack Diamond, and Mis. Irving Seidel. Third row are Mrs. Walter Gomulka, Mrs. Eliezer Levi, Mrs. Abraham Gittelscn. Fourth row are Isaac Kapulski and Hyman Cohen. Standing is Dr. Na'haniel Soroff. Bureau consultant and colleqe instructor. kwish Publishers to Gather IERS: fcfnc: klio: |t0 fa (uno-. liio JTA) — The \--iiciation its En n niversary conAtla Ga., from May Mi,r • noff, publisher i>.; 5(. lard here, and uf th• %  i r_.nii/;ition, an•ln• rent* be the fir.-t I. the organizalt\ lion of English-Jewi-h weekly news' pnpers publishers and editors. Servli.g as hosts will be the five South .in member papers: the Southern Israelite, of Atlanta; the Jewish Ploridian of Miami; the Nashville rienn > Observer; the Texas Jewish Post, of Ft. Worth-Dallas; and the Hebrew Watchman, ot Memphis. Tenn. A feature of the convention will bt a dinner at the Atlanta Jewish Community Center jointly celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Southern Israelite and the Hebrew Watchman. Representatives of the Atlanta and other Southern Jewish Communities will address the dinner and discuss the role of the EnglishJewish Press. .orkmen's Circle Chorus Scheduled Bourguiba Says Nasser, Tito Knew His Plans Continued from Page 1-A ous disagreements." He also said that President Nasser of Egypt expressed, in an interview with the French monthly, "Realities," ideas "not so very different from my own." !!c asserted that he had reason to believe that President Tito of Yugoslavia did i support tht the chou the lanist is Miss U. in C lists with the buarc Pa N'orcross, sop" %  i ft'ti Royal, tenor. wJI per; • solo, in addi Goklfaden Ale choi us. i sopranos, Ida Boyer. Victoria Shrekenger, Esther Millnian. Doris Cordon and Ray Dubowy. Altos are Anna Goon. Bertha Green, Sadie Lerner and Bessie Bcrger. Tenors are Max Goodman Louis Feld. Sam P.arnett. Sam Appel Slid Joe Fromovu'i. Basses are Harry Green. Rudolph Freed, Nathan Boon. Hyman Salian and Jacob Atofsk> Tickets are available at the Woikmen's Circle ot Greater Miami. 94U Lincoln Rd. MORRIS I RUTH lERNER HAWY ZUf KERMAN Catering for All Occasions csfoh/i'sriod in 1945 0Kv\ &Kt . *!' SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS I w'* lM ioii! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normnndy Isle; lA*ii.,V.!, U pp ''*'' '* "•'•' lodivicluols Wholtsmlt I Rttail J Cll So' I AHS CODINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS J *. A ,^* "• i,i UN 64226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT A REAL TREAT FOR MOTHER! A SPECIAL DINNER WILL BE SERVED ON MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 9th 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE JE 8-5401 %  --••.• ft wooden bridge thai leads from here to nowhere That was the geneial consensus of opinion *nen John Collins stalled constiuctivn or a wooden plank bttdss from Miami to "that mangrovo) swamp across Biicayne Bay. But ht* at the ageol seventy plus, had visions and dreams that usually generated is much younger men Collins wssn't just buiidmg a biidge to his avocads farm, he was extending the first im> tation to the tourists, who would first come in the hundieds, and yaeas later in hundreds of thousands, bt share his dieam across the bay. ft! MM't long before "nowhere'' bs> came sonewhere' en every imp.., Miami Beach, now M years ywMfc rcHWMkcrea by HM bisk at the hi., n QW Hsi iii ., Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beack Member of FDIC WtSHINGIOh Mt iuNCG'.hSrjr u (



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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE HOLIDAY "Jewish Floridian A Hol y convocation' Bern Florida. Friday. April 23. 1965 Section C Requires No Work "r By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX I ] What is Hie significance of the last two days of Passover that makes them special days which are observed as full holidays? (Occurring this year on Apr. 23 and 24.) Speaking of the Passover week ihe Bible states "lie seventh day is a holy convocation; ye shall ..v. i.'.) manner ol servile work"' (Lev. 23.8). Chrsnologicully speaking, Cue lai.mid.c literature pjints ihe lact that the Seventh Day of I'a.-: ver is ihe day upon uhic.i the Israelites crossed the sea which miiacuiuu iy si ui open toi i tern to pass through. On the night before .he sevenm day ol in • i. iginal tassovei week Ihej marched into .ae sea. on the following morning % *mi ir: ic lo Cubano Hebreo de Miami, 1242 Washright) are Kalman Wodonos, president of the Ave., receives a new Torah from Leib Re.igious Commission; Rabbi Dov Rozencweia, urq (second from left) at recent cerespiritual leader; and Enriaue Kalusin. presi:= at the synagoqu--'. Lookinq en (left to dent cf the Cuban Hebrew Circle. SERVICES TO INCLUDE TRADITIONAL YIZKOR Vital Passover Days Begin days ol Passover open with services Thursdaj al sunset and through Friday and Saturday morning this weekend. ices will include the traditional Yizkor memorial prayer for rd on Saturday. inn and Liberal congregations will observe the end of on Frida\ only, with Yizkor chanted on thai day. ... t, •• Orthodox. Manic hes. Cantor Maurice SW 12th Ave. |UC"H ACHIM. 6 Oj Collins Ave ii Mlm-ha lilii> :i n in Minolta ''..i" • in "i ikor nrvlcra .ETH KOOEon J M.m-lia '. l.'i pin. Modem Traditional R.iom Max • Snapii r mi >r Ben m n am An. T H SHAck. saul CaHyle Ave. TII.II'MIIII.I ruim-l nlll uglier in iimelinl> Raum Isaac Ever. IIIIM i I'IIMUIVH I 111) 13 u.ni. — • .-,, : i niii n i 1/ tin I" u.m. AT SHALOM CONGHEGAsermon IH-HIII I <.III.-> i.. All." Sv\ o.'tn Ave. Orthodox. — • • Israel rsennner. IETM MOSHE CONGREGATION. — • 13630 W. U •• le Mwy. Conservative. ES. 2i33 SW 19th Ave. R.ibui Rich.ird MarCOvitZ. Cantor %  t.ve. Emannel Kuahelewit*. Myntour Hinkes. ••. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitx. rIl ,,,-„.,.,, ,; : i;, .,.„,. Kn.l,; K:43 O.m. in n.in. Hrlflnj 8:S0 ;i.m .'<,, • i a.-t lu>> • %  llwuover." Siiiml;i> s::;n ;i.m.. folI Suturilio vi"u.ni, Bt-rninn: "The An* 111 111:13 u.ni. Talk by in .. ,n. iiil.t-r.iii; % izlit-i10:30 IIIK ••" i\. HWI v. r and if i in r'l.t-ti.., %  the World." • — • I lETH RAPHAEL. 13? NW 3rd Ave. 1 D*VIO. 2u2 SW 3rO Ave. Con! OitnuJox. Ralph Kneger. iccre••' e, Cantor William W. Lip' tary. • p.m. I'nncliHlIng day* "i IETM TFILAM. MO Euclid Ave OrCANDIEUGHTING TIMf 21 Nisan — 6:28 p.m. i -h'T. il iii. I'ri.liy :• a.in. Saiui-iia.v :• n.in. ftarkor r\ iei -. >. MIL. ii: •••piit I >l%  • • nraitionti." Kabul S"l %  "" i liuwDvei .-i > %  III-t'l I!.. tnouox. RabOi Joseph E. R.ickovsky. — • — .ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave Conserv ilive. Raubi Max Lipaohitx. Cantor Sen-Zion KirschenUwin EL. soo'svT 17th Ave. OrtnoThumluj Mlnelm • u.in. KIWH> 8:43 ,. .ir Uitxuvh IIM. hi. II .if MIomi ... "' ""' % %  '"-'" "'"'' \'.IM \la.iii.ii-. Mar..', mm %  '! Mr. "',|;| -' %  •< %  %  ; I'-'"Prlrtuy ,,„, V |,.. M. Mi, I;I-.-, I,. |ii:3n a.m. VizSt i III .a i*. i .s, \, ran. 1 • ill" ii.' %  i a> 8:3(1 i • in. : II.ill .-•> riiinii: "M. iiilii-taim 1 /. (ur in. JCth St. Oriho1 Bi \'. • ,i. !,..r s. r\ %  an 1 \: ixi II It: v in. V'h'ioi Miinli a II %  II.III. I'.ai I Mi IIIIII ,\lrn. l-NAI RAPHAEL. MONW 183rd St. r,...,n.,RabOi Harold Ritmei. Cantor Jack I cur' l'i lilm s ;" a "' I'ai—* i r SII \ it-.-s •COB 8(J|.3:i Wash ngton >, '11 u h. n \viii >: %  • %  < !: • %  %  = % %  "" % %  r>"*' I !\ • 'iin ~. 1 \ ..— fur hi vt'iitli ,.i r.iN-..;:'." |i.m Snturila.i v %  • a.ni. Vlxkt 1 ni:sii a.in St-rmoi "Jlfmi.r> unit IIK I'l.n .nf l'i ••• -i. 1 1 %  %  n im s. n a > fi:3n p 1 • UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI 1242 Washinnton Ave Orthodox. Rabin Dov Rozencweig. Thuiwlii} 8 II.III I'limmvi-r Bvi Mlneha S.ilivilai !l a.m. l-'ii>t ila> ill I'lliiHliVtr. Mlneha B:3n p.m. Bumlnj 8 a.m Vi/.1,,.ilien 11.m. — • %  LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51lt PI. Conservative. R.-inn. David Rosenleld Cantor George Goldberg. I'linr.-lav 8:30 p.m. I'l.ntlinlini.' ila.V8 of miwover n.-lit r.-il In. IVi.lai 9 a.m. H.ri.iiiii: -tiiv.Me Liberty." Satlll-.lay • a in S.1111..11: "1*81 \v.Furget." ni,..r in. nii.ri.il MiiiriI";:'." a. in. — • C-e LAUO^ROALE EMANU-EL. 180' E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Kicnard M. Leviton. • — 'E8REW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross Tluirwtli) 8:30 p.m. l-'ri.l i> ;• a.m. St 1%  I I I, as lii'li.-iill a.1 'r.iH.lna HaSen." Kntunlny '•' a.m. Vlxkur |n:30 1. m. I'lllpil KUcHt. Natliailit-I Uilli-r. 11. 1.1-.-\ \.-a.i.-ii> iiruiliinle, nnw imntKla.lnalf miltlt-lll anil ill.-l tleti r 'I Tl Ilnv.hiva Si-rmiw: "ivnneh-lnirmllty." Mlnelia :Sn p.m. • -tOtLVWOOD TEMPLE 5NAI 120 Johnson ct Cons'rvative R^hbDavid Shapiro C a nt o r Yehuiiah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD iF-W SH CENTER 8th St. Hom8tad Consi-i vativr. Cantor Pincus Aloof • SRAFLITE Cl-'lTEd 3175 SW 2Sth St Comervalive Rahhi Shmaryahi T Swiraky. Cantor Lou't Cohen ,l, ,, ,,1. 11 |i %  ; %  1 -.-ii. 1 nil 18 day* i.f %  %  %  I in %  Il'lll '' H '" s, .•.111..1 Tli. I it-nil lew II \l. 11 I'a'i N1.1 Sir v \, B\l II li.m Kutunui) • in n in. VixkiT I" a.m. .I Ml .11 M> .-' %  •II. ii' Ml I. .11 Cantor Bernstein. Mrs. Bataban Head Program Cantor .1 .(ob 11 rn ein, <>i Temple Isratl, and Mrs. Henry (Marie) Balaban head iho entertainment program for the annual installation linner of the Miami Beach Lodge nf B'nai B'rlth, scheduled for May at the DiLido Hotel. Acceptance of the two talented singers was announced by Gerald -iliuar'z. president of the lodge. l.ho will relinquish his post to Jos•p!i L. Goodman at the kosher din11 r session, Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel. George J. Taliauoff, Council%  man Malvin Englander and Judge Jason Berkman also will participate in the May 2 progam. At a lodge monthly meeting Wednesday night at the DiLido, : rew films on Israel by the Jewish • National Fond and by the American Technion Society were shewn. Samuel Pascoe, secretary and vice president elect of the Beach ledge, servsd as program chairman for the gathering. Schwartz, Goodman and I'aseoe • Htr.-hel Brooks, of Temple Zamora, will address the weekly -session Apr. 27. Schatzman and Gershon Miller are luncheon chairmen. of the seventh day they came to ihe 1 pposite shore w.here they sang the famous "Song of Moses"' after coming on shore. Thus the seventh day (.1 the Passover serves to comrremorate the miracle of the sea and the Song of Moses. In Israel there is cnly the seventh day which con:hides l.he festival week while in the diaspora there is an additional day as is the ease with other major holidays. Why do some Jews stay awake in the synagogue all night on the night before the seventh day of Passover? This is done because this was the nij 11 when the Israelites crossed the sea It was a most critical time because they were ncl sure of their safety 01 oi their deliverance from the Egyptians who were after .ii in -.it pursuit, until the nexl morning when t ic; reached the oppose e shore and *hen the Egypliar : si'c< ribed in "1.' sea. Thus I was a soi. 01 Judgement Day lo be approached with anxiety. To emulate this experience pious Jews stay awake in the synagogue, read ling, chanting and studying 'he accounts of this 'Meat historic ev pirience from the Scriptures and in :n the teachii gs of ihe rabbis 1 'omo also read the accounts of I the Messianic era in hopeful an ticipation of the Messiari who is supposed i.) arrive during this season to deliver us again. Some Chassidim are said to have observed a custom of actually spilling some water on the floor oi their rynagegue and crossing through this puddle of water as a symbol oi the original crossing of the Sea. Some early Hungarian accounts relate thai the Chassidim would dance around this water all night and in the morning they would jump lor joy exclaiming that the Mi -.•..ih is comirg today as a demonstration ol their faith l.'iat he can arrive any day — and especially o;i a day which is marked as the an niversarj of our original deliver ance. since that day was already once blessed as a day of salvation. Beth Am Ladies Asked to Lunch Palmetto Presbyterian Church in vitcd Sisterhood of Beth Am to art interfaith luncheon Wedncsda> Mrs. Wayne Rogers was in charge At a Sisterhood brunch last week, of reservations. Sisterhood rosters were distributed In charge of the affair were Mrs Stanley Gilbert and Mrs. Melvin Levinscn. Sisterhood president is Mrs. Rich ard Alper. V..111 J |tav n above are Hebrew Academy student's conductinq a Ne: (or members of the Israeli Chapter of Hadcssah. StandP left to riqh^ are Jacalvn Adler, Ora Lee Gross. 5th qrade ludems; Carolyn Budnick. Robin Zelkowitz. 11th and 10th TC-e studenis,and Sheila Gewertz, 5th qrade student. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SVNACOGI %  %  '' %  %  -" ''"'• %  OrthorloK. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. ;,, n-n i .mil .; |i in Sermon •Thi l'i> idlllH Will' is" .--'allli \Ui in > %  THI. .ir "Mi I II Mm him Mlnehn S l.m •


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Page &C • Jen I sit rWrkm-tn Space Signals And Life By MAX LERNER • a* there are birdwatchers bsdlgame-watcbers. Biri-watchers and -Kient-waUher-. so there is a new a Ks — tht rrestiial intelligent beings Some expect ac:ual •.. m. others w \\\ settle ft* a rad: ere must have era s fluttering cf many pulses when word came from a couple of ng oviet radio a str onomers — Gennady Sholomitsky and Nikolai Kardsshev — thai tbey hud received flickering radio waves in a repetitive pattern which indicated they came from -intelligent beings belonging 'o a highl] developed civilization, perhaps even from a "superlisilization" uhese "discovery" Tass claimed for the Soviet Union. But alas, the watchers for a message from interstellar space will have to postpone their hallelujahs. The senior scientist of the group, losif Shklovsky. a brilliant theatrical radio astronomer — who has himself written a hopeful book called "Intelligent Life in the Universe" — has chided Tass and doubtless his young colleagues as well for swinging into an crbit of guesswork too quickly The best approach 1 have seen comes from Frank Drake of Cornell, whose enthusiasm sparked the ambitioubut unsuccessful Project Ozma "named for the land of Ozi at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank. Va If it is simple regular pattern of flickering, says Drake, count on its coming from some natural source. If it is a complex regular pattern, then it probably comes from an -intelligent" source. What does "intelligent" mean in this context? Walter Sullivan, the able science editor of The New York Times, has written an absorbing book, "We Arc Not Alone" McGraw-Hilli. which reviews all the evidence including an interview with Shklovsky I. and concludes pretty posely that there IS intelligent life on other worlds. A part of his material comes from she Green Bank (/inference, at the observatory, held in Nober, i!6i. when a group of specialists fought the issue out. ,.r that 1 find myself unconwnced. The argument is that since it i d we have billions of -olar systems in the universe, even if only one in hundn inds had built and sustained a complex • .. uld be able to get in touch with it The trouble with a that t of s notion of how many civiHza ions there how long they may have lived, how many have ,.-2an — or whither indeed there are any Even more, \RL" intelligent beings, we have no notion of what their intelligence ma;, take. Thj may. u twi m n{ in he seas, unable to make radio transmitter-, uneven to tars. To assume that creatures on i system -! ii WE de elopi i of an industrial civilization to transmit .ake a big leap from a man-centered and earth-centered pn n • There is also the question of inter-stellar travel. The late German physicist get — In his "Space Flight. Countdown lor the Fuv Graw-Hill) — ends with a hair raising description of a not Imlar journey, in some calculable tuture. to a ->ar 100 nej artfrom an extra-terrestrial space station and takt 210 earth years orbits before the return trip is ended — but i ss than 35 "shipboard years ha\e elapsed, b) the now familiar and Einsti in arable of the twin who went off into space and the hi .a> ii '.n earth. I am not a grumpy sceptic After Early Bird, and Ranger VII, and the : itini Russian cosn onaut, and with the program for Appollo and md, 1 don'l doubt mancapacity for ingenious contrivances, especially m computerized gadgets i don't believe creatures from outer space are going to destroy OUT civilizations, and 1 don't know what thesn But 1 am certain that we can in the end do almost anything we sel our minds and heartto doing. Acad. Graduates In 'Get-Together' New Synagogue Formed on Beach For Retirees Formation of Greater Miami's newest synagogue, the Luhaviuher • an Nusacfa An. was announcThe new Orthodox congregation 'Idins daily serviceat 7 a.m.. p m.. under the spiritual lca.i. bbi Abraham K rt Ii :Ii cated in the chapel of the Blackstone Retirement Hotel. which i> now a completely kosher tacilit> Rabbi Kori also will officiate it kh Sabbath services, at 9 a.m.. Saturday. Ibis week, h.will discuss Current Day Applications of Passover." Rabbi Korf iFlorida regional director of Merkos LTnyonei Chir.uch. the central organization for Jewish education throughout the world sponsored by the Lubavitcher movement. Nursery School In Model Seder Nursery School children cf Temple Adath Yeshurun presented a model Seder last week in the Charles Rosenberg Social Hall of the temple. Senior kindergarten conducted the Seder Children of other classes participated in the chanting of the Passover melodies. Vicki Bcrken and Howard Teacher enacted the mother and father Bradley Weiss. Michelle Diskin and Louis Cohen chanted the bh isil gs over the traditional foods used on the Seder plate. Mrs Ira Levin is supervisor of the •: h-ol and was in charge of the program Ri j rti ition inow in progress for the tall session. Rjbbi Jonatl F Caplan is spiritual leader of the Temple Mr. Sol Frankel (center), chairman of the Terr.ttle Me--*' Journal, is presented with a family Bible by PresidentV-^,1 Revitz, of Temple Menorah. The journc. under Frrft chairmanship, produced a record. In addtticr. to beinq al chairman. Frankel received an awcrd :cr :e:nq tr.-"v ooliritor. Reod (lft) is Rabbi Mayer Ab:c: itz 3: • leader of the Temple. I rraduates of the Hebrew Academy if Greater Miami will have their annual reunion next week at the home of the school's founder. The graduates, more than 200 of them, will hive their 'get-together" at the home of Rabbi Alexander 5, Grose, 3542 Flamingo Dr.. on Monday at it p.m R bbi Gross is principal of the Academy. The school oriqinated 18 years ago with six students. Since then, more than 200 persons received diplomas from the Academy, and all have gone to college, giving the school the highest possible percentage in graduates going on to higher education. Hebrew Academy graduates have entered many Held-, including military chaplaincy. cience cleig; and math cai • i The annual reunion is held during the Passover holidays which ilnyear star! 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Fage 14-A Oil the Record: Jew 1st ncrid&n Friday, April #-vttoc -l s|By NATHAN ZIPRIN Columnist Recalls Some Good Books THE YEAR 1964 was not a wholly f*" wasted one for me even though < an eye handicap prevented mi f from reading more freely. Whs was troubling is that there wen lew really fine books, let alon great ones. Most painful of all wa ? that the year failed for the (in time in many years to produce I single good book on Lincoln. OncL_ would have though! that the cuneut c.vu ngnis struggle, or revolution, as some of our Negro friends Ci.ll it, would be con-ucive to-new in-depth studies of the Li'ncxln Image. Instead, the well seems to have dried u;>. When Sen. J. W. Fulbrighfs "Old Myths rnd New Realities" first appeared (Random lions?). I couM not for subjective reasons get myself to read it. Now that I have. I find it a thouuht-provoking and unorthodox study that will gain in stature as our international troubles multiply. If you are an armchair archaeologist, you can count on spending several warm hours near your hearth reading John Marco Allegros "Search in the Desert" (Doubleday). It is a story of an expedition into the .ludean hills. And if you are an intellectual who craves to savor an occasion from Russian sources, your hunger should be stilled by a reading of "The Collected Tales and Plays" of Nikolai Gogol (Pantheon), edited byLeonard J Kent. One of the most sensitive novels of the year wa"The Woman in the Dunes" (Knopf' from the Japa nese? by Koboa Abe. It is in essence the story of two lonely people, a man and a woman, who have been brought together in a sand pit by circumstances. Despite its air of flippancy. Friday the Rabbi Slept." by Harry Kemelman (Crown), is a much better book than it seems. Israel continued to fascinate the American reader in 1964. judging from the number of books it generated. One of the finest was "Israel" by Joan Co may and Moshe Pearlman (McMillan), a profile in pictures. To Wayne State University Press. I am indebted for a book that brought me %  hew delight — "An Apol Gad." by Beongcheon Yu. the art and thought of Lafacadio Hearn. who in thus writer's generation was considered one of the most fa-einating writers An' incomparable In its field was "Buying the Wind" by Richard M Doraon I Chicago Universit) Press), Here is regional folklore at its best, a re markable collection o: tales, riddles, proverbs, customs superstitions ami folktales. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SM01AR New York Federation Looks Ahead On Almond Eyes r^^Sgj^ RECENTLY AT the Miami conference ^|jP*^ly 1% p,j Schwartz, Ol the Israel Bond Organization, intimated that the Aral) boycott had been in some ways some t h i ng ol a blessing in disguise to Israel. Unable to trade with her neighbors, Israel '•'.,' %  forced to develop its maritime power and now has a very ion siderable merobanl marine of more than a million tone Right DOW, two new ships _l are being built. History does seem to repeat Itself. After the American evolution, writes the historian, Uilliam liarlan Hale, -The I iti-h. now that we were out ot their empire, shut Yankee tippers out of their West Indies This step did not turn u too well fer the British, since all it did was to swing Vmericail attention clear around the globe to the far richer world of the Orient and cause us to build a mer:. nt Beet that within ten pear* outweighed that ol an\ atiou save Britain herself Yankee merchants began reaoMng out to India and far ff China. Actually the great fortunes in the days oi the Washington Administration and down on for a consider able number of yearwere built on this trade The American ships carried lumber and furs. Israel has none of these, but it has oranges, phosphates, and it has I Imonds. This past week, the Jerusalem Post carried an dvertisement for a girl with eyes like almonds. They want her to model for a photograph to be used in connection ith the advertisement abroad of Israeli Almonds. The Bible has many references to almonds symbolically. The red of Aaron sprouted almonds However, the idea • i eves like almonds, as far as I know, is new. In the Song of Songs, we are told of eyes like "does beside the water brooks" and again eyes like "the pools of Heshbon." Here, there is a suggestion of liquidity — of eyes that give you the leeling of mystery and movement like a stream, but no where is there a suggestion of eyes like nuts. However, 1 must admit, eyes like almonds do suggest beauty. In Hebrew, the word sheked, or almond, is also used for a precocious child as the almond is one of the first plants to bloom. The advertisement, at any rate, shows that the Israelis have got what we would call advertising "know-how And speaking of know-how, it has invaded the Israeli vocabulary. There is a Hebrewterm for it now, "yede," and Moatte sharett does not like it In a speech this week T HE MANNER in which trance I of professional leadership ofl the Federation of Jewish PhiUnj thropies of New York would take place with the appointment of Dr. David G S.ilten to the newly-creat.l ed post oi exeonth director of thel Federation has now been clarified.! Dr Salten is scheduled to assume? his post on Oct. 1. and it is con jjj template;! that he will succeed Dr. Ma n ur and Joseph Willen on January 1, 1967. Until that time, Dr. Hexter and Mr Willen. long-time executive vice presidents of the Federation, will remain in their positions as executive vice presidents It is anticipated that, on January1. 1967. Dr. Salten will l>e elected by the Federation Board of Trustees as executive vice president, with Hexter and Willen becoming executive consultants. The interim 15-month period will be one of training and study for Dr. Salten. under the leader ship and direction of the president of the Federation, currently Irving Mitthel Felt, and the two executive vice presidentDuring this time, Dr. Salten will become familiar with the methods, programs, operations, admin istration and needs of the Federation, which annually raises about $20,000,000 for normal maintenance needs, and is currently engaged in a S180.000 Building Fund campaign. It is expected thai (tal the fall and winter. Dr. Salten will w rk n i with the fund-raising staff of Federation. % %  hile maintenance fund-raising campaign is In progress He will work more closely wi:h the !'motional staff, during the spring, when the Distribution CoJ niittee meets with the affiliated agencies to determine the budgetary allocations for the en: lino U cal year. In this transition period. Dr. Hexter and Mr. Willen and their associates as well at the festionals and lay leaders of the affiliated senciesj w ill weft with Dr. Salten to transmit to him rhetrl knowledge and experience in such diverse lelds a j fund-raising, communal planning, fund distribution! medical services, social aad gaau p i-srk. recnm 10-t j. services and the full gamut of activities performed under the Federation banner. Dr. Salten was the unanimous selection after il 15-month search by a Committee on SuccesHNtli appointed by the president of Federation upon the! urging of the two executive vice-presidents The com-] mittee compiled a list of candidates trom the pro-] Cessions, education and business, as well a> :romtie Held of social work and comniunin organization.] There will be no changes in Federation's present professional staff organization. The status of all executives remains as presently constituted Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN Israel Defense Strategy Blocked D ESPITE AMERICAN military Wows] against the sources of aggression in North Viet Nam. the Administration is trving to restrain Israel from following a similar defensive strategy on the water] diversion issue. The main foreign policy objective] Of the United States in the Middle East is the improvement of American-Arab| relations. It is now clear that the State Department is trying to silence Congress] the Arab blockade, to organize new channels of aid to Egypt, and otherwise appease President Nasser To avoid offi ndlng Arab sensitivity, the State Department declined comment on the historic establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and West Germany. Although aware Ol the new shipments of Soviet arms to Egypt, the depart ment sought to evade responsibility lor selling balancing arms to Israel Presides)) Johnson is Mid to teel tltat his assurance to Israel Of his devotion to Israeli security and regional 11 act should be adequate. Accordingly. Secretary oi state Dean Rusk recently discussed the Arab Israel issue with a :ation of American Jewish leaders to the State Department in an effort to sell them the administration line The p ma headed by Rabbi Joachim Print, chairman oi the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish i tnszations it included such veteran pro-Israel leaders Rabbi Philip BernBtetn, of Rochester. N V and Mrs. Rose llalpnn. ot New York. Mr, Rusk BOUghJ to subtly influence the delegation to restrain Israel from defensive measures on the water issue. The Arabs are preparing to divert water flowing into Israel. The Israelis may use military measureto prevent this. There are rising criticisms <>t efforts to appease Egyptian Presldeni Nasser Mr. Rusk tried to explain that was in Israel's best interests for Ihe I'nited Mates to maintain an "effective presence*' in Cairo. Otherwi.-e, he warned, a situation hazardous to Israel might develop But the delegation felt that enough hazards already confronted Israel. They cited lack of I clean, firm, and uplocate statement ot Middle Eastern policj by the United StateAlso ne e de d were actions consistent with justice and the realities ol Nasser's aggression and blackmail WHAT IS BEHIND WILUAMS-JAVITS BILL? The Williams-Javits Bill (S. 948) is now backed by 31 senators representmg both parties. An effective piece of free trade legislation, the bill asserts American determination to trade where we wish. It resists economic piracy practiced by others and protects legitimate American business interests Moreover, it is a contribution to an improved balance of payments situation The bill w uld protect American businessmen from restrictive trade practices ami boycotts imposed by the Arab League it would do this by enabling American concerns t re fuse requests for information, agreements, or other actions designed to restrict trade with Israel or any other count!> V company asked by the Aral.' r ate in restrictive trade practice.-, would fall back on a Government regl iting such collaboration. The delegation told Mr Rusk j lien oi responsibiht) for maintaii it ionalsr I aiance to deter aggression. Mr. Rusk is I Soviet munition^ shipments arriving in I The climax came when the delegal *J ever State Department opposition to a -nding ** %  ovcof amendment. This exposed the Administrations actual |>oliey. Mr B tained thai he did not know the Depart in ( against the pending William-Javits Bi the meeting wee Phillips Talbot. A state for Near Eastern Affairs. The m i • %  % %  Less than three hours later. Mr ''">".' by Douglas MacArttmr 2nd. Aaaistanl Sei '. v u • tor Congressional Relations, were in the n e ,;J3 building. They were beseeching Senators "" K -', M J New York Republican, and Harrison Wll • v Democrat, to avoid committee li. ,lu m,m Nasser might be -pared any offense Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT Grand Movie Man Adolph Zukor Hollywood! AT THE launching of "Harlow' I *^ at Paramount studios — will [ champagne and caviar breakfast, (I Dixieland band, star imprints ami dazzling ceremonies reminiscent ofl the era of the early 1930's — bulky! producer Joseph E. Levine was! seen haitd-in-hand with a small,! frail, immaculately -dressed young! man of 92, Adolph Zukor, the foundr er of Paramount and dean of the American film industry. There was a marked contrast between the brassy appearance of screen star Carroll Baker arriving in a flashy white convertible of the period, surrounded by uniformed chauffer, a servant and two majestic greythounds, and the wise, old gentleman with the We. slight smile whose foresight made II ,l1 ^ He was on the very same scene oi ll->n>*" (|pf before Jean Harlow. and still is active SO >• her untimely demise. ultt Adolph Zukor experienced his first ro"J ^ m entertainment world in the early > !" V a|C the he founded Penny Arcade* in New York in tion with the late Marcus Loew assoc* Later7htedM#S IUII TVIUI urc lave .1........ — tJ.iis linil |n married Arthur Loew, the tycoons son. • ^ the two families that were to become tne fathers of Hollywood. f(ir more Paramount Pictures now rs operaim* ^ than 50 years, and Adolph Zukor. the grew ^ of the cinema who started the s' 31 "*''_,,. to thl ing a four-reel film with Sarah f ,u "", ca r*ef country in 1912. gave impetus to the isr^ £ ^ ot James O'Neill, Minnie Maddeni r> %  m Rarrymore and the rise of Mary P"** !" low and Carroll Baker.



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Faqe 10-A "J^/5#? fhrtcUaii Fridg Y. April 23, JFCS Scores '64 Program Records ... ,:,_„.:,.. .u i .„:,.. &f%  ,.!, ,n families for a |MW ** homomalr sorv A record 1.946 families received views helped identify the more cri• tinseling and placement services tical needs tor our services, a liom Jewish Family and Children's | weening process whicAl thus made rvice during 1964. according to pur in-peraon interviews more efiecte agency's annual report publive," Fisher explained • shed this month. The report made public a series i comprehensive statistics on the ncy's services, most of which %  fleeted gains over the previous j ear. JFCS Executive Director Leon O. Fisher, attributed the agency's teady growth in the number of amilies served to an expanding ewish population in Dade Couny and to the continuing presures and emotional problems affecting American families today. "There has also been a greater ibttc demand and acceptance of the sen ices rendered by JFCS in recent years." he said. The agency conducted 6.515 in:'son interviews and established : lother new record by conducting E 758 telephone interviews in 1964. Many of these telephone interwith their own families variety of reasons. JFCS % %  provided 3.947 days of foster home care for these children according to the report. "There Is still a critical need for additional foster home facilities where kind, understanding roster JFCS, encompassing parent-child relationships, marital counseling and invidual counseling, provided the overwhelming bulk of the JFCS i ; ar V nts wil ,' give len der care an easel :id n, 1964 and accounted tor children separated ,, went or 1.275 of the total fam PJJJ jg^ pmnU „ Kjshoi s ; 1 i( 'lerved A ,„,.,, „, 31 unw ed mothers reThe 440 aged persons and their femities receiving counseling during 1964 comprised the second-most 11 ve catogorj of agency service. .11I 'S was one of the first family service agencies in the United Xived the assistance of the agency in planning for themselves and their babies, the report further -ales Services to unwed mothers included counseling, medical and service agencies in the United '' — '.; !" v ..J.onal planning. [Z^?^ Mates ,o develop a specialized pro^'^Tnd bolrdutf Utf lif** 2SW& ,rn for the elderly, and Dade fam* .. hnm „ „..„ A majol accoo agency for homemalfcr service last year, an assistance*-designed to prevent family breakdown and to relieve stress m families where the mother is temporarily ill. Among the other services rendered to agency clients were resettlement of new Americans, a Cuban refugee program, psychiatric consultation and psychological testing. The agency also rendered numerous information, referral and inter-agency services. JFCS served as a field training center for six interning graduate %  udents working toward Master's degrees in Social Work at Florida in Sou er declared. maternity home care. A major accomplishment during dies have availed themselves !" Nine adoptive placements were 1964 was the opening of the agen piogram in increasing numbers ^^ and J5 adpolive placements cy's first group treatment home for each year since its inception. sn ^^ supervised by JFCS in 1964. emotionally disturbed children — The impact of our newly expanded program for adoptions is now being %  felt, and initial experience already Indicate*that we will clearly surpass last year's figures in 1965." \ Fisher predicted. Eight families called upon the the only one of it. s \^ mi Florida. •1964 was one of u, e mflet dnoChra yean In the u-yeartj I the agoi.ex. stated Mrs. Bui B. Goldstein. JFCS presidentBoard of Directors and staff h aonfldence in the Agency, to continue to mi needs of our growin g commsBJtj American Nazis Threat to Peace Continued from Pag. p A xtremists. the report noted ft •he Nazi mov. menl in GermaJ 'iad also started on a similar seal The report Stated thai members] the groups "embrace violent ra and.political -docii'u.>'> [| ,," mated that the American Party would have difflceJuej" mobilizing as many as 150 "sti troopers" on a national .scale. A total of 38 children were placed in foster homes under JFCS care and supervision in 1964. These included infants awaiting adoptive placement and children who were unable to live Camp Listings for Readers FLORIDA Camp Gait Israel Boys Camp Boys 7 to 17—Located in Deland Heights, 250 miles from Miami. For information write or call Babbi Stanley B. Weiss, director. J455 N. Jefferson Ave.. Miami leach—.IE 1-7919. JE 2 5694 %  olonnodes Beach Camp for Teen-Agen Teen-age Boys and Girls—I.oca(I on a 10-acre ocean front estate the Colonnades Beach Hotel. For information, write Roy Johnon. director. Colonnades Beach ( amp. Palm Beach Shores. Fla.. or call 844-5221. > Hebrew Academy Summer Day Camp Children 4 through 13—2400 Pine tree Dr. (Air conditioned). For information call 53245421. Camp Meaerah 75th St. and Carlyle Ave.. Miami 1 ach. For boys and girls 3 to 9. Half day or full day sessions. For information and brochure ( 11 Temple Menorah olfice at I X 6 2156. Camp Ocala Locted in the Ocala National Camp Highlander Highlands—Boys and girls 7 to 14. write Larry J. Pedicord. 1501 NE 62nd St.. Ft. Laudcrdale, Fla. cs <• Blue Star Camp Girls and Boys 7 to 17—Located in Hendersonville. Write to Her man M. and Harry G. Popkin. 1100 Crescent Ave. N.E.. Atlanta. Ga In Greater Miami area contact Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1-8205: Mrs. Roz Sutta. 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UN 6 0673 or 759-4369; or write 50 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Ga. HIGH IN THF BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS LaKS camps FOR BOYS and GIRLS 6-17 A small select camp to better serve your child's every need • 1.000 acres of beautitul scenery • Two targe sheltered lakes • Ideal summer climate, cool nights • Professionally directed rOR FORIHtR INIORMAIION WRITE SKY LAKE CAMPS t0 bOx t*4t. MIAMI. FLORIDA re "AC • • P T* WARD 9W-S137 ities for Boys and Girls 6 to 16. For information and brochures contact Fithian Studio of Dancing and Drama. JE 1-7883. or Theda Shapiro. 238-0864. 1 Unique Camp in Florida... ... at the beautiful 10-*cre ocean-front •state ol the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Here Boy and Girl Teen Agers are liven an ideal opportunity—through proles nonal instruction and sepenrmon -* develop their natural aptitudes and talents. Elective courses include Goll (at the new PGA National Club with 2 18 hole courses), Tennis. Sailing. Aquatic Sports. Baseball, Football, Dramatics, Photography, Ads & Crafts. Body Conditioning. Weight Aeiustment. Charm School lor Girls with classes in Modeling. Beauty Culture, Social Graces, etc. Manliness School tor Boys. Special tutoring with accredited summer school courses available. Facilities include 1000 ft. of private beach. Cabana Club with 2 pools, Tennis Club. Gymnasium with theraputic baths, complete theatre, air-conditioned accommodation. For details,write Roy loanslon. Director, Colonnades Beach Camp lor Teen-Agerj, Palm Beach Shores, Florida or call Palm Beach 844-5221. CAMP MENORAH 75th A Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965 J t/eor Ws through 9 year aMi From •:• o.m. • 4:90 p.m. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM Calf Temar. Menorah School Office. UH -2T56 for defoili eni Ireeew. C^r 4 WCALA ''"' IN THE POLLEM-f REE HEART OF THE COOL OCALA. NATIONAL FOREST Daily Water Skiing and Horseback (borne JUNE 28 AU0. 22 Golf, r.nn.. P.O. physical frlness prog !" Adjoining Campt for cultural activities, tree Tutoring '"*" Boys and Cirla Sobbum Setrvicao Adjoining Camps for Boys and Girts AGES 5 to 16 twain i45i N. MYSHORf DRIVE. MIAMI. OR PHOMf FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 Directors — Founders Theodore R. Struhl, M.D. Frank!* and Ben Millar Major Leonard Wollman "oherl Wollman ii*m SID IEEN8PAN Director MAIJMWMHIItHig ^^^rW>^^Ar^rXAMr^ An Owrftondijia Mountain Came in fhe Pocono Mfs. of Pennsylvania PINE FOREST CAMP GREELEY-PIKE COUNTY. PA. 4 Hours from Miami Airport to Camp by Plane and Car 34 EARS WITH THE SAMt fAMIll UADIKSMP-UHCU HUGHIt BLACK "None So Wiae As the Experienced." Ben Sir.v Chap. 34. • SEPARATE FACILITIES FOR BOYS A GIRLS, 6 to 16 • SAILING CANOEING SKIING • EMPHASIS ON ATHLETICS ESPECIALLY BASKETBALL A TENNIS CLINICS • EXPERIENCED MATURE STAFF f ACORN VIUAGE FOR. 4 to 6 YR. OLDS RESIDENT DOCTOR AND NURSES • SABBATH SERVICES For Information and Brochures Contact Our Loc.il "lepresentatives: FITHIAN STUDIOS OF DANCING S. DRAMA 323 West 47th Street, Miami Beach, Ph. JI 1-7883 {HARRIETT VAISMAN-4335 Alter RL, Mtpij B-Mfh. Ph. 53.4934 n j i j ^ vvvV u A ,e A^^AA****A*AVS<**A***V.A>S* %  CAMP HIGHLANDER OR BOYS AND GIRLS-7 > 14 HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA "HIGHEST GAMP %  EASTERN AMERICA" English & Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Cell: Ft. laudtrd.'*. 524-3653, Mr. Larry J. Pedicord, Camp Administrator, collect, or write tor our 25 page camp catalogue. Owned and operated by Pine Crest School Ft. Lauderdale. 1501 NE. 62nd St., Ft Lauderdale, Florida **•* WqwrnH^mm*.**"



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friends Women Set Installation Function lens Division, Amenol Ac Hebrew Uni\, Wednesday, May 5. 8 hl annual Independence .bratwn in ihe Roney Pla i s ttillknuwn in the leadership in lor I. is* I which she s tormer ihe Brandeis Group Tur'reni hon rap v iT .'"''* IN* %  Men) ol ni ii" < haptcr. as %  program • and now lent, as i ell .. nt ol recni ik re. i Bl Sister K-< lhau has >erved as recordAmerican ; ,., as thnirman ol Ihe I | the Year Luncheon. Frequent visitor to lirael with er husband, Mrs. Thau brings to her new role "a deep persona] knowledge and .i rare understandna i,. the ui"H need for higher education and research represented by Israel's outstanding institution, the Hebrew Universitj ol ierusalem, according to Mrs Samuel Simonhoff, w'.iom Mrs Thau succeeds. MiSimonhcfl has devoted three years to the Greater Miami Women's Division which now numbers more than 300 m -mix ;> and les mi re t.'ian 50 Women i f %  Bo k su| porti i • th< Jew ish Va'i n il and I ni sity I ary who have contributefl sifts ol SI i r more Mrs. SimonhoH will continue to i \ e the Ami i %  < an Ki ien • as li n> rarj p.csidi nl ul l.ie M nt n'a ivision and member ol the nat onal b rd n J by ISABEL GRCVE Now honeymooning on an ex•endH lour ol Europe are the ItBrncr Pauline Sater and Jack Isdwarw. who whanged vows [ Sunday. .V The noon Inditing and reception was held Li the h me l I'aulini 's brot.v %  (rind -. ti Dr Sherman an. with the .1,1(1 wives. I Ralv.h D maid and Uarcc Ic co hi •'. The chamlunchi ni riddU ,1 w it" laa>i> in !h m ywi Is w h i 1 e act ordion kepi noon sentimental with old I ..ii IIK couple •pen. neck in Si i York before I Haropcan B Iti ikes in Lisbon, Israel, Istanbul, |'arts, London. iahl circle six I lenco in \ii Yoi k. anil I" ami Bi K ,i Gi : has always kidded I iboul Intraveling, or ;iN %  Hi cc." she says • i,i as KI Lauderdale" :•'•' %  • horizon is all I Marcia now She and %  i Mrs l> thj Gold, I have recentlj refrom ., rive-week trip that ;1 '" Spain, Israel, TurFt Iran, Indian, Bangkok. Hong Kong and rokyo Marcia says t nut n. v she's a placc-dropper "Beautiful," says Marcia, d earnil> ... All l can sec is the Taj Mahal." Imagine Hying half-way around iht u. rid Just to be installed as n.it: n..I v ice president ol B'nal B'rith E. Albert Pallo and is tltian-haired Honey, will do )ust that when he leaves here Kiid..> (or the B'nai B'rith con vention in Tel Aviv, Israel, where he will stay t<'n days, then con iinu,on an Oriental round-the%  orld tour Togi liter % %  ith his brother and si er in law, the Louis Pallots, %  f 900 Boj Drive, Miami Beath, some '! ''• %  t >ts will include Honolulu. Tokyo. Kyoto, Hong K< ng, Bnngkok, \. u Delhi and Athens, IK fore enplaning lor home Other loealiiegoing to Israel to attend the convention are the Judge Milton A. Fricdmans, Sam Nt li IT-:. C I. Will am Short nstein .ii I William A. Shayne. The I','Dots expect to be back in the ISA bj June l Ki wm R, stern and his Frances arc off on an eight-week trip :.!ir. ad Hial will take them i" ten countries, including Israel, where thes M \ :sit with lus children *A, 'W> ornan s IMoricl


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April 23. 1965 +Jenisl! fhrkMam Ptrqe ISA Israel, Spain Work Out Ship Tiff / JERUSALEM (JTA) — An agree ment regulating IsraeliSpanish shipping relattons is e\ pected i i be signed in Madrid 'his week, thus n solving a week-long dispute nvor denial of Spanish port privileges for Israeli snipping, informed sources reported here (his week. The agreement is to be signed by a representative of the Zim Israel Lines and Spain's Maritime Undersecretary. Fur the past week, Israeli ship.-, have been barred from all but two Spanish ports under what Israeli sources considered Arab boycott measures. Spanish spokl -men have denied such pressure, attributing the move to "administrative reasons." The agreement to which Spain assented, apparently because of the sharp Israeli reaction to the port restrictions, will relate only to Zim shipping initially. But it was expected that the pact be widened to cover other Israeli maritime firms, although currently only Zim ships are calling at Spanish ports. Spain's refusal to allow the Israeli motel ship, the N'ili. to u J a southern Spanish port result* I in cancellation of several holiday cruises by Somcrfin of Geneva, tl owners of the ship. About 4,5 I'.r.t tns had made reservations fi the cruises, which was to have i eluded ferry service from SOUtl amp'.on on Slay 15 on the $8,400,0' j ship now being completed. The Somerfin company a nounoed it would return the rest vations payments to the passenjiei A substantial advertising campai'i had brought total bookings of ( 400,000 in Britain. Itrk S Popick (left) and Joseph EL Jacobson (riqht) look over |r a oreement with which Jacobson has established a revolving student loan fund for pharmacy students at the Hebrew Ifoiversity of Jerusalem. liamian Forms Univ. Loan Fund | revolving loan fund for stunts attendinc the Pharmacy 1 0 f the Hebrew University of alem was established this bv Joseph E Jacobson of mi Beach |A retired pharmacist. Jacobson i taken the lead in recognizing meed of trained I'uimacists in eSlate of Israel. Known in Greater Miami for ki miny benefactions on behalf • education, both in the United Slates and in Israel, Jacobson i set up a loan fund to benefit I maximum number of deservI pharmacy students who will ply for assistance ting to .1 a c k S I'opiek, ni oi the South Florida Dii of the American Friends of (Hebrew University, "Jacobson %  all) prefers not to have his s publicized but was finally per. thit this might have the of making others follow in s footsteps.'' in the Miani area who have made their contributions to the Hebrew University in the foini of revolving loan funds are Mrs. Carrie Rosen and Samuel T. Sapiro. whose funds are available to "serious students'' with a preference for those in the sciences Mrs. Sarah Harris has set up a bequest providing for a student loan fund Dr. Alexander Rogers, of Holly! wood, has established a loan fund for medical students in honor of his father. Dental Students are being assisted by a loan fund contributed by Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Qreenhouse. "The growing shortage of phar ma cists in Israel, and the need to extend the teaching and research programs make imperative and urgent the assistance Of friends from throughout the world and particularly the understanding and support of Jewish pharmacists everywhere who will undoubtedly be the first to appreciate the significance | of the Pharmacy School and the in! dispensable role it is playing in I Israel," Popick declared. \kwish Educators \Affirm LB J Assist pw YORK (JTA) The Ptaial Council for Jewish Educa!" the professional association [Jewish educators, announced **rt it. naoi -n Administration's bill for ral aid t 0 education. bn h '"'' P"t F me measure, principal!) ber," !' shared time P*"*ool facilities and for aid L7,r ial and other %  ** %  schools. Orthodox r-, f u ,r se asaoci' wBh da) schools, have en*otnt new law. P NCJE is the first Jewish •*£'" roup representing all %  nLtt Jewish 9 rou P in 9* to comV J 1eaSUre The NCJE ZT" "•• %  of comCcL ed u ,lon *' agencies. Si ifter "<*>n and day K *" Jewish denomin. %  instructors in Jewish ltr 'fain.ng school*. I tha UE s,atc, *ed prinfc"VE*! t,on chUK and FPwd Z^, •^WnlxatioM fcianinT""' '"" contend that P^8omentisinhentta J'analysis of the educa%  I h) six „:,l J„.. UonB and 25 Utive V U v > [ the H, %  Bress N, : : i'i'ro\ ( .d measure I aW : ""' Set. Keite"Wments previously stated Phr. by various Jewish organizations, the analysis asserted that the Administration bill theatened to impair "the constitutional guaranties of separation of church and state. The analysis stressed the need for amendment to the bill to permit cfiallenje to proposals considered controversial, and warned that if the bill was passed without such a provision, "appropriations will be made and monies spent in a way that may well be unconstitutional." Th.re were DO Orthodox groups among the signeroi 'he analysis. The national groups that spun ad the statement were the American Jewish Congress. Jewish Labcr Committee. Jewish War Vetrant, National Council of Jewish Women, Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the United Synagogue of America. Gurion Farband Meeting Slated BenC.urion Farband Branch of Fat-band will meet Thursday. Apr ,29. 8 p.m.. at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington Ave Manuel Burstein. president, will 'conduct the business portion oi she meeting. A cultural presentation will lea i the i7tli annl independence. Fof Bhe oct asion, a special composition, i Sal ite Israel," by Samuel Wexler, will be offered. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments free central air conditioning and heating large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COM PARK! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne. and north to 79th Street. We're r;ght below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge security guard day and nightresidence management — valet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts 18-hole putting green boat dock and fishing pier 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COME 175 only | M s# monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! TOWERS Rental Apartments ON *ISCAYME BAY AT H E. 33rd ST: MIAMI, FLORIDA • PH. FR 3-3103 •



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5523, 1965 -Jenlsfi H-crldir Page 13-A J.S. Will Supply Conventional Arms • .TON (JTA) A —.*ment spokesman said WErJSt the United KdMOBtinue to refrain! *-in C a major supplier ; ^lliddle^-t.rn nations,, 1 ( the right to provide --viinis ot conventional ,£wial to meet legitimate mu Robert McCloskey -i requests were dealt ." %  •bilateral basis" and he j^nimem-n whether the .. announcement of Stratton ol arms fur U-ab states was ac, • n ula %  -"l'P'y m,: kbnelina manner leatl of:, e Arabs r .M:Closkey said that in deK t •: the wishes of nations i-ms requests, the De„ floes re* divulge the cf requests oMhe progress „,i.ons. He "O'ed that the jS-jies does not grant all •eceived. %  %  ons in changed t ill the I .: ation %  i M ilson's Richard .. .. British at a I %  thai H i | consult |-, But. he speak' pn sentaritait i :ed "the les in the %  ,:;[ to (I.•lend lh II 11 ipartite jral • al a time • i jes were u:' ard themarbitrators rhis i^ no isitii because • Soi iel Union partb, bemi,.. is M| hhe n • sm, going yw the %  ei a nee ol %  la ronliert ItddM that certainly if the bms'i-<( S become appropri|Hrt 5 nothing I am sure, |wtt House would like bet'o get same kind of i"*" on ar-is supplies, hcfrvrol and the banning of •Mr .tapons in that area." presented I resi %  question tj A. I leader iton asked thei Brito the Minisis the i s r bei II re I. in -all j Idle East nphasiz the meat • The I i-ei water \. | maximum • concerni the river I | roject vhether the situarent from I • .ure.-me.it we uvi It PWiwegoi i£? Mr Wil on whether Wn,h re men Wis •"• "*• ftt f T'


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April 23, 1965 *Jto/s#>#fcr*#*/7 Paqe ll-A obile Home Living Soars in Florida Colonial icres Sets I Standard iSreaverage living area, but „l desire Hi" burdens of a s" AH of the advantages of high Inw jpiftment living plus the Iknefiti condominium ownerLift now available to present j potential owners of mobile met. without the regimentsnof apartment living. IAB fieurcs point '" mobile home W as the fastest-growing type (housini HI the state. A recent m ,hows thai 112 percent of I new homes bought in Florida s mobile homes, while 8 4 per mi of ihc stale population (over 50,000 people ROW live in these Lile homes. Il'nofiicial figures indicate that (tile 4.b-i singh Famil} and du lex units were buill last year in \Paul Fa she Active In | Community I'aul Paske, ov n< r and operlor oi Colonial Ai res. ichairman 1 toe board ol directors ol Miami pta Processing, Inc a publicly kned company which has ex indt-d statewide in recenl years |He alsn serves ,,a director <>f i ne Republic National Bank [Miami, further indication that tunagement ol Colonial Acres | id hands | I civic aetit ities are varand demontrate Ins leader h> capabilities Recentlj elected [ enl oi the YMIIA and pA ol Greater Miami, he is a %  nder and trustee ol Mt. Sinai ppilal of Miami Beach, |He also finds time to serve as lurer of the Hope School for parted Children and as a mem r of the boards of the Keystone put HomeownerAssociation, pl Bonds and Greater Miami ish Federation. |SIr Colonial Acreis indeed a % %  BMnity-mlnded man. and in pership with the dynamic Mis l*e he personifies the forward King people who daily are mov. I into comfort living the modern P* home way Colonial At Colonial Acres many people from all walks of life enjoy Florida living more in mobile homes. These quality mobile homes range in size from six or seven hundred squarefeet .up to 1200 square feet of living space — more than in many homes in the 520,000-plus range and considerably more than in most apart, ments. Darie County. 1200 mobile homes were sold here daring the same period — showing that more than >5 percent of new housing in Dade County is in mobile homes. What is the reason for this new and phenomenal trend? ment problems are forgotten at Colonial Acres. There simply are no real estate taxes, and a S15 license plate for the year substitutes for an uncertain tax picture in a private home. Mobile home living, contrary to popular belief, is actually a more stable and stately way of life than any other mode here in South Florida. The average person buying a mobile home has an above-average income, lives in the same mobile home park location approximately 4'l years and generally likes people. Awaiting your inspection is at tractive Colonial Acres Park — located just two minutes from Miami's fast-expanding expressway system, only a lew blocks from fashionable Miami Shores. At Colonial Acres, !it>74 N.W. 10th Avenue, you receive all the con. vcincnces of citj living: city wa ter. city sewerage, city garbage collection. Florida Power and Light electricity and night police patrols. Churches and Synagogues are just short blinks away Regional shopping centers such as Northside are close by and central location of Colonial Acres to sports centers and other places to enjoy Florida living at Us best is un paralleled. In spite of all these advantages and facilities, rentals are a surprisingly low $50 a month, year-round; that's well unt)r two dollars a day for your own place in the sun. If you don't already own your own mobile home, the latest 1965 models — ranging in price Irom approximately $5,000 to $13,000 i are now available and on display at Colonial Acres Real estate taxes and reassess All this awaits you now at Colonial Acres Mobile Home Park, 9B74 N.W. 10th Avenue. ft '\ If, •5* %  Colonial Acres' picnic and party area where residents relax and enjoy meeting with friends. %  ^w l. :>t A* V C0loni *' Acres re, '"duding pool Spacious living room of typical Colonial Acres mobile) home. NEAR MIAMI SHORES Colonial x4cres Rated Foremost in South One of the leading proponents of mobile home living in the Mi ami area, industrialist Paul Faske and his wife Ruth, have placed Into operation the Smith's finest mobile home residential area. A man of high ethics with an impressive background, he built Colonial Acres Mobile Home Park (9674 N.W. 10th Ave..) to fill a need. With the market growing at such a rapid pace, a large mobil' home park lor people who wished an abovc.average living; area be came necessary, Mrs. Paske pointed out. lie ahflM a location in the heart ol Miami where he could have space for 300 mobile homes with room for expansion Says Paske. 1 have built a mobile home park of exceptional size and quality to fill the need for the growing market in this area. Faske's principal reasoning for the rapid growth of the mobile home field is ". the changing attitudes of our residents away from small apartments and homes that are too large. But I would carry the reasoning even farther, and Colonial Acres is living proof of the success of my reasoning. South Florida, more so than any other area in the United States, has a climate condition tailormade for outdoor (close to nature) type living. "Many of our residents just plain pot tired of being cooped up and wanted to start enjoying a more relaxed way of life. Mobile home living undoubtedly is the best method for doing just that. Here at Colonial Acres we have designed a mobile home park that is tailor-made for people who want more than just a place to sleep It is actually a place to live. Living at Colonial Acres includes planned social activities in a com niunity of friendly peoplwith the same love of life in common. Frankly, this is the type of per SOU the park was built for, and the only type we are interested in having.'' Faske concluded Compare Mobile Living There are basically two typos hotrsing: t" Whereby you pwt m and have no ownership. 2. Whet by you pay in full or monthly pa I ments and have title to yoi dwelling In the first case, people simp pay rent for an apartment i %  home — either furnished or i furnished — and alter all is -a and done the renters have ae< mulated many rent receipts l> 1 no equity. In the second case, the dwe STS either purchase a home, co-i apartment, condominium apai ment. duplex or mobile hon whereby their payments build uitj and actual ownership of C dwelling. At this point let us compar i mobile home living with thes* other modes. A mobile horn %  • 1 costs less to purchase and mair tain than any other type of owr ership dwelling. A mobile home comes comple ly furnished in a n y style yt • choose, including all appliano A mobile home has more hvii ana than many apartments • small homes. And there are no tax and re assessment problems — a $15 i year tag makes the mobile horn • dweller a legitimate home owr er. A tenant in an apartment bin ing has little privacy because I is surrounded with neighbors ai common walls. If he decides th he doesn't wish to rent he mi then buy a co-op apartment i condominium — in both instanc I he still merely has an apartmei In both instances he must p; maintenance cost of the buildir ; and property and in a co-op Cl even expect fluctuating month costs depending on percentage the building's occupancy. Wht he decides to move he will have clear the sale of his apart me. with his co-owners and then hot to receive the apartment's fi value (which is not possible i most instances). After the sale complete he must then start i over again in some other locatio A mobile home owner does nc have these problems. His horn i is — in reality a horizontal far den apartment — separate an apart from neighbors, yet he ha a community atmosphere ir> which to make friends. His monthly payment will n Ouetaate and he has no additio al costs. He can move at any tin e and lake his mobile home wi him. II lie wishes to sell his home 1 can do BO with \or\ little loss the mobile home market is expjir nig SO greatly and his initial coweie low to begin with ACTUAL LAKESIDE LIVING Country Club Atmosphere dents have planned social attivitiee, parties in their own large pool. A country club atmosphere per radS the air at Colonial Acres Mobile Home Park, where you're actually lakeside, for Paul Faske built this model of futuristic mobile home living directly on a picturesque lake. Planned social activities under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Faske are the order of the day. Whether it's dancing, luaus, bingo nights, or just conversation that is your forte, you'll find it in abundance at Colonial Acres. There's a huge picnic and party ana. a large swimming pool, a Bar-U-Q. shuffleboard. a golf pint ing course and many other facilities surrounding the Colonial Acres community center. A quick look at the calendar of events reveals a weekly morning Koffee Klateh and instruction in ball room dancing and com I sational Spanish. But above all else are th %  friendly people who alread have made Colonial Acres their Florida home. Many are new to mobile homes, others are voter ans of two or more decades. So come out and be one of jtha Three Hundred, whether or not you own your own mobile home. AArartlajosm it,



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Page 2-B JcnistncridHan Friday, April 22 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER A Prolific Writer in Our Midst Beth David Ladies Donor Luncheon A little learning is not necessarily a dangerous thins, but rather B necessary thing. For nothing is simple anymore. not even arithmetic. At least it is possible to kr.ow something about everylhing. if not all about anything. We have but to turn the pages of any popular magazine and, presto. Instant Einstein. The age that has produced complexity has also engendered the interpreter of specialized know ledge, the virtuoso of the intellectual peep show the magazine article writer. Since the early 1930s. Edith M. Stern has not only been a prolific writer of magazine articles, but she has published three novels and numerous non-fiction books, in addition t o pamphlets and tracts for the government. Some three -hundred articles have appeared in such magazines as Reader Digest. McCalls. and Ladies Home Journal. A preponderance of her work deals with psychological and social welfare subjects. Involvement in Causes In Edith Stern's Brickcll Town House apartment, the impudent Florida sun intruded on her and the cool sophisticated setting of her study. Work was in her typewriter. A proposed new book is under consideration l>\ a publisher. Fortified by cigarettes, coffee, energy born o( highly tuned nerves and a marvelous expertise -']( %  practices her craft. C nsidering the emphasis her work reflects on social welfare problems, she could only conclude that her "interest stemfrom my Jewish background and the JewIDI1H M. STUN m little Iteming tion. hundreds of thousands of copies have been sold. Edith Stem was prompted to explore the problems facing a family when a member suffers mental illness after witnessing the ineptitude JUTrounding a friend's sudden collapse. Selections trom her b: ok on handicapped children have been translated into Hebrew and published in Israel. Her magaaine articles arc ue.nei to helping one cope — with the mentally retarded, the aging parent, the displaced. She studies researches and then extracts from the profusion ol i oteric material those facts which, when translated into popular language, can communicate the possibility of a better way. Her First Novel •Magazine articles can inter pret >pccial knowledge,'' said Edith Stern. "But today so many of them sound alike. Perhaps the loss of the* peTWnal refationsbip that used to exi.st between write: and editor may account tor this. The cditi r and writer used to de\e ip an article together. Now an article hus to please a committee for it to be accepted." One of Edith Stern's first articles, entitled "Content Crazy." was picked up by the Reader's Digest and thus ensued an association of many years. Contrary to cliche. Edith Stern admits to no all-consuming yearning to be a creative writer. Rather, after graduation from Barnard College in NewYork, she aspired to be a literary critic and editor. It was at Liveright, publishers, where she was a reader, that she was encouraged to write her first novel. She wrote "Purse Strings" in nine weeks. It received a lead reWomen's League for Israel \v men's League for Israel, Miami Beach Chapter, will hold its monthly meeting on Thur. daj Apr, 29 1 p.m.. nt Washington Federal Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave. Faye Tupler, president, said that Dr Abraham Wolfs m. chairman of North Shore Women's Chapter Installation Set ish proclivity lor involvement in the Spinoza Forum tor Adult Educa tion. will discuss Moses Mai monides. causes. Perhaps her most successful work is her book entitled "Men tal Illness — A Guide for the Family." Now in its fourth ediNorth Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will install officers Monday noon, May 3, at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Lester Arkin will install Mrs. Irving Mandel as president. Vice presidents are Mesdames Ira Youngentaub. ways and means; Eddy New-mark, membership; and Edward Arnold, program. Others to be installed include Mesdames Irving Kleinman, fiI retaliation luncheon of Miami nancial secretary; Ira Silver, corBeach Chapter. Brandeis University i responding secretary; William Notional Women's Com mitt ee, will Rosenberg, recording secretary; be held on Friday noon, Apr. 30, Joseph Cohen, social secretary; at the Eden Roc Hotel. Jack Fein, treasurer; Lester Arkin, parliamentarian. Mesdames Arthur J. Smith, Brandeis Women's Installation Set QUICK! ...PRONTO! ...SHNELL! Bi y-Ar-Dee feels th.it three languages are better i one for saying that his new pizza crust mix is very :ij easy to ti\. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Cheese Pizza Compltle in this one package — now easier and quicker to prepare than ever! Just add Water to the new faster-to-fix mix for a tender, crunchy crust everytime. Rich, true Italian pizza sauce seasoned with herbs and spices.Topped with choice Italian-style cheeses. Have some soon I Ticket chairman is Mrs. Morton Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron Fanw ill install incoming officers and board members. Program chairman is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Sam Goldman is outgoing president. A film. "Brandeis '65," will show the uni• ersity campus ;.t Waltham, Ma auditor; Louis Lesch. historian; Ann Levitan, counselor; David Drecben. sentinel; Lester Arkin. guardian; and George C. LevllUOfl, Fdyth Zerman and Harry Dickert. trustees. Mrs, Betty Teitlbaum is outgoing ei I Biintzes? Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley Is bright and bracingas the finest, tastiest tea should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. Menorah Ladies Petty Set Mcy 2 \ • be hell in Hall, on b Hi Mrs al. nan W award 1 %  %  ; Lawrence .dent. r^^ BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT AMMCA s o.igix.1 ci-i. ha* Liquid iwMlnf I'-'V: TETLEY* ;.:•*.-v-_^** '~ ''"'<' the Bet '•',.. view in the New York Times, fpector Hal! on I mrsday. .or Despite the good reviews, only "Wa.m. 2.uuo copies were sold. Members ol Sisti h ,„' -Soon I deckled." said Edith ^[' PW th. equ Stern 'That if 1 could write only tna W1 be "' ; | at %  a nur novel. 1 could produce an ^ %  ** %  excellent piece of non-liction. So Mrs. Muria; Dacks i.. presid I've been in this field, happily of Sisterhood. Mrs Bern ever alter." ls u nor ehairmi 1: was also while a reader at Liverigiit that she came upon a collection of short stcries by an author whose only writing credits were some few stories in the literary magazines of Paris. •I responded, to tbis-tvartei* s a man who said what he had to saysimply and effectively," recalled Mrs. Stern. 'Here, there was no wi u hold a Pa.^,, precious writing. At two o clock on Su nday. 2 p.m.. at DcW. that afternoon. I finished the book d ens and took the afternoon off. I could Mrs Loui M a ko V8 ky is p-wnr do no more reading that day, I chairman. Featured w |fj | H ", t had discovered a writer." Wagner, contralto; stank;. Sot wear, tenor; and Olga BiborStttj accompanyinu at the piar.-, Mrs. Herman England* Camelot Hall, will share the part with 200 residents of the hnnwi honor of her birthday. Gcee will be extended bj .Mrs. Lan are Mrs. Morris Kabinou. Mrs. Murray Marcus, rctary. Aged Home Sets Passover Musical Greater Mian.; Women Ait iliary. .lewis'! Home for the Aa %  art 1,21 Discovering Hemingway Liveright published the book. Only 475 copies were sold. Edith Stern had discovered Ernest Hemingway. She is one of a few laymen to Silverman. president, an W be invited to speak at the annual Sol Silverman. honorary pniat] meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. She is also a special consultant to the National Institute of Mental Health and is listed in -Who's Who in America." Her latest book, "You and Your Aging Parent.'' will be off the presses on Apr. 21. lit cent settler in Miami. Edith Stern recoils trom the insistent sun. The narrow view from her balcony reveals a lazy bay aid languishing pi Hemophilia Group In Donor Lunch Miami Beach Hi mo| hi ary, So ithem %  n I Hemophilia ti n di nor and inst lion I %  : the Carillon Hoti. on v Honored guests includ J Melvin Richar She feels isowald, Attorn < i lated from die center of things. Judy Holland, i What do people want to read the H pe Schi about? She is no longer certain, president, So I Divii But it is inevitable that Edith philia Pounda Dr Sig Stern will recognise that the achsen. instructor medicine at ing and the anxious are here and University ol Miami and I V everywhere. And she will write Itosenthal. associate hen | about them and for them. And she National Found: Ml Su li Hs| will interpret difficult language pital. New York ( ity. and ideas bringing a little learnMrs. Delia s Delancy Is life pn] ing into many lives. ident of the grou| KOSHER MORRISOINkSCHIFF HFRMAN PEARL 'THE GOOO FRANKFURT" BILL LA: NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD Phone 531-6811 MIAMI BEACH KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS PL 4-4521 NORMA GOLDMAN (wife K mothr) DRINKS MILK. I2glaasa a day 1 HOW ABOUT YOU?^ ITS TOO GOOD TO BE cJUST FOR.THE VO<



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IV April 23. 1965 •\jM4flA fhridHati Paqe 5-B Tifcreth /srael Sisterhood Tifercth Israel Siflterho I will hold Ltfl tfa -i meeting with new officers in the social haH, 6500 N. Miami Ave., i n Moi day at 8 p.m. \ film, "Ballad for the Fair," will be shown, Wise Hadassah Treasure Chest Stephen S. Wise Group ol w.idassah will hold a treasure chest lunction at Washington Federal, l I Washington Ave., on Saturday. Supper will be served at T p.m., followed by cards. Mrs. Manning Mintus is president. Chairman i* Mi s. Jennie Greenberg. Pi i are for Hadassah Medical Center. • !" Ml'hosiesses at Temple Emanu-El's model Seder for children chairman, Mrs. Herbert Buchwald. Mrs. Saramae Kneitel and la Religious School held at the Temple last week are (left Mrs. Kalman Pollack. The Seder was conducted by Dr. Irvinq C "r" -t Mrs Max LeVine. Mrs. Joseph Teichman, Mrs. Jay Lehrman, Cantor Zvi Adler, and Morris Tarasow, education director. ; c r, Mrs. Alan H. Rothstein, Mrs. Jack Bimbaum. Seder Ifmanu-EI Sisterhood Spring Tea Will ihire Mrs. Emil Morton on Program • [Part spring tea of the Sister remple Emanu-Bl will ba .it the FonHoi Mrs. Herl.ert S. president, announced. of the afternoon v* til be n entitled '•Silver and •special!) coneeived and le to Mia mi •. 50th birthday. ants i" the program are rman i; Kaplan. Mrs imerance and Mr. 0. J. Ul-li. II IS directed bj %  .HI. uith musical acconv .:. Draizar dl Moi Ion "ill present a rogr i musii il sek etions. Mrs. Berlin, studied Frcpica! Chapter nstallation Set Chap! i American i ntet • 11. 'iiver will hold ation luncheon at the Hoti. on Friday, Apr. 30, Mi rr.n l.evrant. present) Council of • installing officer, cal to be iniflei aelude Mrs her Blacker. tram Thorpi. Mrs. Jack ,I,T Mrs Aaron Kappit. Bennett vice president, me Mrs. Sydney president, member• Rubin Zerlin, vice presirkshop; Mrs Frank Cuttpresident, program; Mrs. Sehwaiti treasurer; Mrs. en financial seeretarj ; y Silvers, corresponding Mrs Charles Hinger. recreterj erican Medical Center at a non-sectariaa center <* and treatment of can%  a patients received and to it in. ch voice in Vienna and became a leading soprano of the Vienna Stadt Theater. Mrs. Morton came to the United Stales tn star in a movie with Dean .higher and .John Carrudine. married builder Rmil Morton, and now sitfS only for charily :itid to entertain friends. At the Sisterhood tea, she will be accompjtned at she piano for the first time in public by her friend. Mrs Paul Brandewen This is the closing evenl on the Sisterhood calendar, Mrs. Shapiro raid, and election ol officers and directors for the year 198546 "ill be held. MRS. itm MORTON W IP.. II. ri Dl In 'Price of Silence' Due In Gables Next Wednesday Mrs. Irving Quartin. program rhaiinan. Miami-Coral Cables Chapter. Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, announces ;t.he premiere Coral (rabies showing of the documentary film. "Price of Silence.'' which will be shown at (he general meeting of the chapter in the Masonic Hall. 141 Valencia Ave.. Coral Cables, on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m. The film, which presents the problems laced by .lews living in the Soviet Union, with particular reference to their inability to practice Judaism freely, as produced by the Jewish Chalauqua Society of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. A; the meeting, a report will be given by Mrs Benjamin Kamen. chairman of the Commission on Law and Secial Action, on the current Voting Bill proposted byPresident Johnson and the American Jewish Congress position on JWVA Women Planning Meeting West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary 223. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a regular meeting at the home of Mrs Maurice Katz. 424 SW 66th Ave., on Thursday, Apr. 29, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Joseph Ac'itman. president, will conduct the first regular meeting of the new administration. Pro gram for the evening will feature Ralph Shrout. hypnotherapist, who will speak on •Ilyp.iotherapy and Adolescence.'' Program chairman is Mrs Jeanne Speigal. Young Adult Folk-Dancing International folk dan.ii"_ is now being taught to young adults at the Ida Fisher Community School, 1424 Drexel Ave. every Tuesday at 8 p.m.. by cne of the first teachers to bring folk-dancing to Miami Beach, Shirley Chall. Mrs. Chall said that "many young adults have said they believed these activities are onl> tot senior citizens, and are happy to learn that they arc also eligible." The folk dance class at the school started Jan. 15. and on Mar. 18. ten students particip: ted in the Purim the recently-passed Federal Aid to concfrt presented by the Miami Education Law. R a eh Recreation Department. Harae Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center will hold its installation luncheon at the Deauville Hotel on Friday, Apr. 30. Mrs. Frank CuMler (left) is vice president of the program, and Mrs. Murray Levrant (right), president of the Dade County Council of Auxiliaries, will be installing officer. The meeting will be chaired by Mrs Irving Quartin and Mrs, Benjamin Kamen. Guests will be greeted by Mrs Victor Reiss and her committee, consisting ot Ml sdames. Jeanetle Cold. Rose Goldstein, Rose Wein berger. Anne Hcidenrkh. Eleanor Kosenstein and Pearl Rabin. Mesdames Fred Klein. Sam Penchansky. Fred Weiss. Russell Winer. Morris Janowitz. Bessie \ronoff. Walter Hanover. Ellen Green, May Laden, Jeanette Stern, Bertha Grubtnan, Mary Hirtenstein, Ceil Greenberg. Ann Flatter and Helen Becker assisted in the arrangements for the meeting. Beach Recreation Department. —S.T. ONf OF THI LARGEST CONSERVATIVE CONGREGAT ONS IN MIAMI IS SEEKING A SEXTON Must be BMS to reo-t Toroh. All replies strictlv confidential. P.O.B. 844, 5eno Vljto Slotion GENTLEMAN DESIRES WORK, LODGING AN0 BOARD j Tin fine home, general maintenance.. I painting. electrical. mechanical. J 'etc. Recently .inived in U.S.A I speaks French. Ri ssian and broker lEnglnh. Write G.D.. Box 2973. I Miami, Fla. 33101 HAPPY HOLIDAYS BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS All J0CI41 WNCWMS I ^"'ras-Tnoi-Accordionists 'WM-ENTERTAINMENT UWON 6-5434 Beth Shfrah Pre-School Registration 0 HOHAUSER fnut PLUMBING £**** MMNMI *• D.d. c fcBly o ver 25 Yent HI 6-9904 liegistration in Temple Beth Shirat providing experiences to promote the child's growth mentally, physically, socially, and emotional Readiness kindergarten continues the program and adds a firm foundation ol basic skills of learning, geared at promoting the love of books, stories, numeral concepts and working together in a group situation. 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rider/. April 23. 1965 +J€nlst>ncr/diar Page 3-C North Dade and South Broward Leaders Welcome New Hebrew Academy Branch \*t it **'•' Prominent spiritual leaders and |noted communal workers in the ; North Dade and South Broward County areas this week offered their congratulations to the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. The Academy recently announced its intention of opening a branch in North Miami Beach. The Academy is the only all-day Hebrew day in order to attend the Academy at 2400 Pine Tree Dr." Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual leader of Temple Beth El, Hollywood, noted that "the establishment of such a center of Jewish learning will be a service to the community and enhance the religious identification and spiritual commitment of many more of our Jewish youngsters." Charles M. Friedman, of HollyDeclaring that "As Rabbi of North Dade's largest congregation and religious school I was mosti w ood sai(l lllat '" ,ne ver y foundapleased to hear of the plans." Dr. ,ion Judaism rests upon eduLipschitz added: "My president, cation, and if we are to have a officers and directors join me in meaningful Jewish future in Ameroffering our fullest cooperation." >. institutions such as the Hen ., „ brew Academy must be supported. fJ !"!" 1 ^. President <* C P n I congratulate the leaders of the gregat.on B naJ Raphael, said that : Hebrew Academy as th ey expand school south of Baltimore, featur.the new Hebrew Academy North : the scope of the Jcwish day school ing a Hebrew and English curricuU f de .^ rancl V *^, J 11 3 10 "^"^i movement to North Dade and South ulum through high school !> v 0ld %  %  *• field of Jewish ed: Broward county." ucation. and there as no doubt that \ it will add much to the religious com muniilillMMHBBMMHaMMBBaHi ty." Ipicctsso's "The Artist and His Model" is shown here by Leonlard Rosen, chairman of the board of Gulf American Land [corporation, which will open a public art qallery on Apr. 25, Iwith a huge reception. Rosen's $1.5 million collection includes Imost of the tair.ous painters of the 19th and 20th century. Electors Gallery To be Inaugurated Added Rabbi Shapiro: "I am IT 1 *Leonar-i ,-.t .lack Rosen Col. board of Gulf American. Jack Rosure that many boys and girls in I Rank of esquire was conferred on Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Hollywood, and former president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, declared that "I want to extend my heartiest congratulations to the leaders of the Academy for taking such a wise step." 25 New Pages Named 'Esquire 1 dors Gallef) w*M be inaujjulicd Apr. 23 J' a Sunday receptn. 7 to It p.m,, at the gallery Gulf American Land Corporapn's national offices at 7880 Bisiyn< Blvd.. Miami. Leonard Rosen is chairman of the Porte Towers >lons for CJA *eph L. 0 lodman and Sol Silt will serve .-00 chairmen of the o Forte Towers Combined UniJewish Appeal Breakfast on nday, Ma> 2, it was announced Jotui Serbia, chairman of Resinb. e co-chairmen announced that breakfast i ill be catered by nior*s Restaurant at the Forte rers Coffee Shop and will begin 10 a.m. "We are honore I that Dr. Irving hrman. chairman of the CombinUmted Jewish Appeal, will be But speaker at our breakfast. •i only will Dr. Lehman tell of many local agenda* that help mike our Miami community a ter one in which to live, but he II also give IH a first*hand rert on the overseas needs of the Red Jewish Appeal." |Dr and Mrs Lehman recently urned from a Study Mission to as th.-nests of former ime Minister Moshe Sharett. lembers of thcommittee for the rte TowerBreakfast include wiore Bluttenthai, Dr. Max per, David FJikelstein, Jacob iner, Max Horowiti, Bernard H. enivan. Irving 1. Merkur, JosR. Mondrc. Lewis Rafelman. William B Stollman and Isa Waaserraao our community will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and ; t h u s prepare themselves for a ary chairman of the champagne remore meaningful Jewish life. ception. sen is president. They have invited Mrs. Jane Fisher to serve as honor The $1.5 million Rosen collection on exhibit includes works by most of the great artists of this century, as well as the last. The Rosens will exhibit Gauguin, Renoir, Lautrec, Degas and many other leading painters of the 19th century, along with the works of Picasso, Chagall, Dali and Tanguy, who represent 20th century artists. In all, there are more than 1.000 works of art in the Rosen collection of which more than 250 will bo exhibited initially. The gallery' will be open to the public following the Apr. 25 recep; tion. The Rosens plan to offer special guided tours for school groups with future plans for putting part of the collection on tour around the state. Gabriel Shantzis, chairman of the North Dade Branch of the Acad|emy, said: "We. the North Dade ; Friends of the Hebrew Academy. are gratified to learn of the openj ing of an Academy branch in our | area. With the growth of the Jewish population in the North Dade and 25 new pages at a regxdar meeting of the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge on Monday, at Surfside Community Center. Chancellor Commander Fred Zeiger presided. Ladies' Auxiliary' meeting the same evening heard a talk by Ted Horowitz, public relations counselor, on "Twentieth Century Phil-osophy." Following both programs, the laScuth Broward communities, there jdics and knights joined for refreshis a great need for an Academy ments and a social hour. type of education, combining the maximum in Hebrew studies in synthesis with a superior academic program." To learn anew language before your Bon Voyage speak to now. 242 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. 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F-qs 6-B -Jewls* ncricfian Friday. April 23 owitz, Judy Green, William Seidman. and Philip Zelman. Not shown are Donor Committee members. Mesdames Max Forman. Bert Reinhardt. Joseph Rothman. Sidney Hollander. Sidney Silverman. and EdwaTd Block. ^emple Or Olom Sisterhood members plan neir ninth annual donor luncheon this Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. Seated (left to riqht) ::re Mrs. Eli King. Mrs. Howard Horowitz, and Mrs. Martin Hirsch. S'anding (left to riqht) ere Mesdames Lester Glaser. Gerald AbramOr Olom Ladies Schedule Donor Lunch This Weekend Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom icunces that over 200 women have cl donor affairs, said the theme 11,Us ninth Lnnual donor oiaad individual dono. s of -Chai." this year w, I be "Our r air Udtej. nchcon ,;, — JJh. .or twelve, and <*" ^^^^.^ 1 e£ M 2 I "ST Kow-d -^ Rinnan ; ES ~i.is.er of the Vear;; I eon. this member is chosen for her i qualities of warmth, sincerity, devotion to duty, upholding the principle* of Judaism, and for best reI presenting the qualities of Sister hood," Mrs. Kins declared. II. r name will be engraved on the permanent plaque displayed in the Serial Hall ol Temple Or Olom at 8755 SW 16th St. Mrs. Akin Le Ivensoo is Sisterhood president Mrs. Silverman In Fifth Term At Home of Aged Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Hi me for the Aged. will held Itl annual installation htroheon of officers and boartl niembera Tuesday noon at the AJg'era Hotel. POT the fifth consecutive year. MiLawrence Silvciman will be Installed as president Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor IsKinds, will be installing officer. i her of Been are: honorary pees ident Mrs Sol Silverman: vice I esidents, Mrs Max C.reenberg. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs Trudy Hamersditeg, Mrs. Sam Rost. Mrs. Herman Jacobs and Mrs. To bias Sussman. Recording secretary. Mrs. Ben Iliunmerman; financial secretary and tre asu rer, Mrs. Frances Entine: corresponding secretaries. Mrs. Esther Meyer and Mrs. Charlotte Katz. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Miami Pioneer. is founder of the Home. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman fcr the Tuesday function, which will include music and song. In charge of registrations Lb Ml : Manuel Tanenbaum. MRS. IAURENCE SHVEffMAN Deborah Chapter Meeting Deborah Chapter mel Wednesday! evening at Coral Gables KederaiT Larry Grossman i> president B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rtth Social Single) ii|l '. held a dance on Sunday. 8 p.m.. itl i Washington Federal, r_>:;t Washim-I ton Ave. Mrs. William Adleman (left) is installed by Mrs. Joseph Thery. senior past president, as president of the Anna Miller Circle ot %  /liami Beach. EVERGLADES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION GENERAL ENGINEERING BUILDERS OF FLAMINGO TOWERS CONDOMINIUM 64-UNIT APARTMENT BUILDING AT 13th AND COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 4710 South LeJeune Road CORAL GABLES Miller Circle Installs Officers Anna Miller Circle of Miami Beach ins.ailed Mrs. William Adelman as president at recent ceremonies in the Elks Lodge 120 Wast Ave. Mrs. Joseph Thery. senior past president, also installed Mrs. Irving Oooperman, junior past president; Mrs. Sol Forman, first vice president; Mrs. Mickej Bernstein, second vice president; Mrs. David Rheinwald, treasurer; Mrs. Marvin Kim mel. recording secretary. Mrs. Murray Axelrod, corresponding secretary; Mrs Ed Mor. ganstern, chaplain; Mrs Louis Bader, outer guard; Mrs. Sol Jaffee, inner guard; Mrs. Joseph Bergmann, historian Directors are Mrs. Leo Myers. Mrs. Ralph Phillips. Mrs Morris Kantcr. Mi -. Gus Schwalb and Mrs. lien Kagan. Project Ol tli' Anna Miller Circle is tin Marry Anna Home for Crippled Children in Cmatilla. Fla. Memorial service for departed >isten "ill be held at the first meeting of this new group on Tuesday, B:30 p.m.. at the Elks Lodge. Ph. 665-6947 Shore Unit Lunch Monday Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute will meet for luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Monday. Mrs. I. M. Weii item will review i "Fiddler on the Roof." Mrs. Henry Gewitz. president, ha-s announced I a board meeting, beginning at 10 {a.m.. prior to the luncheon. Mrs. Abe Kins, chairman of the Nominating Crinmittec. will present a slate of officers for the coming year. Dora Stein Meeting Regular meetinc of the Dora. Stein Sisterhood will be held Tues-1 day, 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the j Israelite Center. Mrs Chester Leiter is president. Dan's Our Man VOTE APRIL 27th HAl HERMAN, Past President of the Greater Miami Advertising Club OAVID SHAPIRO. Official Spokesman, Monticello Park ANNE TRAFKANTI, Past Chairman of United Cerebral Palsy GERAID FRANKIN, Vice President Temple Adoth Yeshurun MARTIN SAXON. Chairman Metro Bade County Personnel Advisor, Board; Former North Miami Beach City Prosecutor EOWIN C. HERTZ, Past Chancellor Knights of Pythias NORTON IEFF, Past Commander of the Jewish War Veterans MEIVIN DAUM, President of the Toastmasters Club IRVING KAYE, Vice President Harmony ledae of B'nai B'rith MIKE WACKS Return Dan Diefenbach AS OUR MAYOR OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH i THANK YOU NORTH MIAMI BEACH */o my man* J-rUnJ*. C^iippfrler* •/ CnVerArera Thank you for your Vote of Confidence This Week. The fact that you gave me the TOP VOTE in the Mayor's Race indicates your faith in my leadership. I promise never to let you down. NOW LET'S FINISH THE JOB TUESDAY by joining me in BEATING THE MACHINE that wants to take over Our City Government. Mayor Arthur I. Snyder NORTH MIAMI BEACH I



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Friday. April 23, 1965 ^Jmistifkrtdiaf} Page 3 3 Louise Wise Chapter Meeting the Monte Carlo Hotel. 'I he meeting will feature an .to Wise Chapter, Florida Wornoriginal show. "How Well Do You revision American Jewish Know Your Bible." with partici__. pants from those attending. Ur, A.m.. K wh.te. program Aomin and x ice president of the Congress announces that a meet• .„. chapter will take place There will als.t l H a report hv Thursday. Vpr. 29. 11:45 a.m.. at .lo-eph 1. Yanich. regional


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Page 12-A -JenteWcrMton Flidcr?. State Dep't. Won't Oftject to Ribicoff ft •vi Abraham Selecof, is feted at a Temple Menorah celebration banquet on his 80th birthdav by receivinq an illuminated scroll presented by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Maurice Revitz, president. Selecoff is the father of Dr. Irvinq Selikoff, the Lasker Award winner for his discovery of the antiTuberculo&is serum. Continued from Pago 1-A Soviet Union since 1956. when the oily other edition was published since 1917. that Soviet Jews are trying to print a prayer book "for all seasons" and hope that, eventu ally, a Hebrew Bible will be pubished. Rabbi Levin told the Al' "it is difficult for us to realize all hese objectives at once." Other statements attributed to I he rabbi in the Moscow report included an assertion that Moscow has no Jewish cemetery. Jews and nToii burial yroundT^hat There are few Bar Mitzvahs in the synagogue because ••almost 90 percent of the children are Pioneers" (a Communist organization for children); that the Jewish 'believers conliibute money to the synagogue, but need no help from abroad; and STUDIES PLANS FOR FUTURE Rabbi Landau Officiates at Beth David; Will Assume Pulpit as of June 1 How doe.-it feel to assume the pulpit of Miami's oldest congregation, which includes some of the city's top Jewish community leaders? tabbi Sol Landau considers it a challenge, "I am hi re with my wife. Gabriela," he ex lained last week, "to officiate during the Passover observance. This will give us an opportunity to meet many of Beth D, vid's members Rabbi Landau will take up his post permanently on June 1. right now, he is still co-rabbi of t*ie Park Synagogue in Cleveland, O., one of the nation's largest synagogues, with an affixation of some 2 000 families. On and off, he's been there six years, with an in-between stint at Beth h illel in the North Snore of Chicago. 'From what 1 have learned. Beth David has an excellent school." Rabbi Landau dctl.mil One of the lAivjectwe cm perhaps explore is to make of OUT ex'.ension school in South Dade a permanent, 'fullfjtoged" institution." Rabbi Landau explained that at that: "In the Soviet'Lr.ion we have no anti-Semitism, but maybe there are some anti-Semites." Meanwhile, a charge by the Soviet Government newspaper, livestia, that two Israeli Embassy officials in Moscow engaged in anti-Soviet activities among Soviet Jews was understood this week to have been raised by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, when she received Soviet Ambassador Dimitri Chuvalkhin in Jerusalem. According to lzvesti a^ Me ier Bir an^WI Yoscf"Govrtn vfsnPa 1 a synagogue in Odessa, and sought to donate matzoh to the congregation in in the belief that matzoh baking was banned by authorities in that city. Izvestia. which called the Israelis •uninvited .... members of visitors thi ..., r :, ^.. true and thi have a J bakery at tin -. agog .. ,, |; take orders | ,,;, Sinai Choir On Television On Sunda\ .JJ a Daniel M. L<" ; •, .^, the TempU S Choir an( j Fried, organic preset t| iee for the W Hi mi 10. -. • •• Member^ r, Cbctr who wil iii ip Jtl 1 liam Robertin Gr i I Chet Gale. \orma Q| Mrs. Sam Sci Mrs V tlt ner. Mrs. Hai dbcrj )od| .Ichn Ostroni RABBI AND MRS. LANDAU Park Synagogue "we had a rotating [acuity, and 1 would like to achieve lhat here, as well." The adnunistralion lx>th at the branch and main buildings He smiled with reservation. "Of course, all these plans are teilta five. There is something of a bit ol 'Chutzpah' for someone new to a community and to so well-established a congregation as Beth David to envision programs even be(Ore he hahad a chance ;o study the individual characteristics of the terrain. "But," he added, "I do have some rather vigorous plans for our future adult education activities, from organiied classes and lectures to at-home discussion groups." Rabbi Landau also hopes to in: stitute a series of parent-child relations meetings for what he calls "the crucial age groupings." These would study such questions as: • What are the psychological and intellectual needs of the child? • How does religious education attempt to mec: these needs? • How does the pre-adolescent and adolescent view retigion in terms of his scientific studies in the secular school, and what should the synagogue and the home do to bridge whatever gaps may arise in his or her thinking? Among other areas of activity. Rabbi Landau hopes to engage in pastoral counseling, to continue the tradition of the weekend "kallah" at Beth David and to popularize the Sabbath afternoon Talmud class. He and Mrs. Landau have two children of their own. Ezra 11. and Tamara 4. They are no strangers to Miami. Rabbi Landau's sister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Na1 than (Lotti) Glover, are themselves members of Beth David Congregation and longtime Miamians. Mrs. Landau is an accomplished pianist, who was wellknown as a recitalist and public performer. The Rabbi's brother is Siegfried Landau, conductor of the Brooklyn Philharmonic. His father is Rabbi Ezckial Landau, who for many years has been rabbi of Hias in New York. 9 out of 10* ad agencies would rather not discuss CAMELOT HALL! (THEY'RE SENSITIVE, BECAUSE CAMELOT HALL HAS LEASED 273 APARTMENTS WITHOUT DOING ANY ADVERTISING. THEY FEEL THAT SUCH A THING SHOULDN'T HAPPEN, NO MATTER WHAT.) It has happened, though. Word-of-mouth did it. People talking about the unsurpassed location, the unbelievably low oceanfron: rentals, the luxury features-like 30' living rooms and private terraces, wall-to-wall carpeting and covered parking. NOW THERE ARE JUST 6 ONE-BEDROOM AND 23 TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENTS LEFT AT CAMELOT HALL. 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Page 6-A Jew Is* tlurid ton Frid Y. April 23 W~M t p jj BJTjjB h *i^— 11 ^ H 1 %  1 L*w 2^am M W %  i* %  \ m WkrM wWM 1 1 More than 100 members of the Corps of Patrons-Hosts for the Israel Independence Day Dinner to be held May 2 at the Fontainebleau Hotel were guests at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle at the Imperial House lat week. Shown are Mr. and Mr*. Carl Weinkle greeting Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht and Rabbi Leon Kronish. who will be installed as chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organisation at the dinner, succeeding incumbent Chairman Leonard Ro*en. Gordon Serves As Moderator Sen. Pa store Guest Speaker at krael Bond 17th Birthday Independelte Dinner United States Sen. John O. Pastore, of Rhode Island, a foremost champion of Israel in Washington and known as one of the country's top orators, will be guest speaker at the community-wide Israel Independence Day Dinner to be held on Sunday evening. May 2, at the Kontaineblcau Hotel. The Israel Independence Day Dinner is the community's traditional celebration of the anniversary of Israel's statehood and serves to launch the annual Israel Bond campaign in Greater Miami and the Stat<* -wt b loud a. Representing the government of Israel will be E. Zev Sufott, Emissary of Israel and a leading spokesman of Israel's Foreign Ministry. Spearheading plans for the dinner is a committee headed by Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond organi the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. ration: Samuel Friedland and Jack Senator Pasture had a decisive part A. Cantor, honorary chairmen; Sid: i n *• adoption of the Civil Rights SIN. JOMH PASTORE .Tack D Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, served as moderator of the conference of the University ot .Miami's Center for Advanced Studies and the American Histadnil Cultural Exchange Institute at the Dupont Plaza Hotel recently. The conference focused its discussions on the economic and social development of Latin America. Gordon, who is an advisor to the Central American Bank for Economic Integration and a l.S State Department consultant, was recently in Quito Ecuador, as a dolegate to the Third Intor-AmorIcan Savings and Loan Conference and spoke on "The Formation of a Secondary Mortgage Market in Central America." *>^>****A***V>^**^****A*^***A*******^**^^^^^^^^^ WORKMEN'S CIRCLE CHORUS of Greater Miami ANNUAL CONCERT Sunday, April 25th at 8 p.m. 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Director: BEN YOMEN SOLOISTS: PAULINE NORCROSS WILLIAM ROYAL Soprano Tenor Donation: $1.00 BETH TORAH CONGREGATION presents The World Renowned Cantor MOSES SERENSEN FORMER CHIEF CANTOR OF RICA, LATVIA in a MAARIV SERVICE AND CONCERT of Hebrew Liturgical, Israeli and Yiddish Songs Monday Night, May 3rd, at 8 p.m. Location: 163rd Street and 11th Avenue North Miami Beach, Florida Call Wl 7-7528 for Reserved Seats ney D. Ansin, chairman of Trustees of Israel; Carl Weinkle. chairman of the Corps of Patrons-Hosts; Jack S Popick. chairman of Uic board; Shepard Broad, chairman. Banks and Fiduciaries; and Mrs. Ann.. Brenner Myers, chairman of the Women's Division. The Israel Independence Day Dinner will be the occasion for the inauguration of Rabbi Leon Kron i.-h as chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond organisation to succeed Leonard Rosen. Rabbi Kronish has achieved widespread recognition for his role on benalf of Israel Bonds as national chairman for Synagogues and lt-niples. Sen. Pastore has been a member of the U.S. Senate since 1*50 and is chairman of the Joint I Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy. A leading figure in the parsing Workmen's Circle Plans Activities This week's activity among the > i Workmen's Circle branches of Greater Miami includes a meeting of Meyer London Branch 28 on Friday. 2 p.m.. in the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, 12M Washington Ave. Mr. Hyman Goldberg, secretary, said members will participate in a Passover pro-, gram. Branch 1059 will meet on Sunday. 8:30 p.m., in the Normandy Isie ] Branch of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Elec tions will be held for the coming year. A special program in memory ot the Warsaw Ghetto Jews has been prepared by Max Greenberg. chairman. I. L. Peretz School Board will conclude its lecture series on Tues. day. 8 p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St. Max Gleiberman. school director, will be speaker Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Rubinstein. 4425 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach, are host for the evening's refreshments. North Dade Branch 1064 will hold a meeting in honor of the Warsaw Ghetto Jews on Sunday. 7:30 p.m.. in the Auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association. 699 N'E 167th St. bill. For more than a decade, Senator Pastore has been involved in a myriad of matt world peace and the JL of atomic energy. He was a member of th. I Stales Ddagation .oVh?' Nations General *emu served as ,hc DelegSJ* s.onal Adviaor n .he estabh J T lnU ''"a>ional Energy Agency In addition to s.-, vino or,-,. Atomic Committee, s en P assigned to the Senate Co on Appropriation 8K j Cfl Halso plays a leading ^ Senate Democratic Pofa tee. %  ^ Prior to his election to t Senate. Sen. Pastore had for five years as Goven Rljode Island. A nowerM Sen. Pastore was Preside-. 1 don B. Johnson's persona! oi to deliver the keynote Since the Israel lnd Day Dinner is primarily a tion. the evening ill few appearance of the Hora Fa Dancers and the Israeli En* in a special program for t sion. Music for dinner and will be pro\ ided by the Per-v! Society i Irchesti a /Wey/fa ti t I S>**t^4T a^tTxbo SO •*•*• Or ...— ., ., I enYi43 ffl ACADEMY AWARD SURF I "tar atr 1:30 Ens* RNTHONY QUINN HELD OVER! ACCLAIMED UNANIMOUSLY—"A SMASH HIT iNUKTAINMlMJ FOR THE EMTMf fkm.il "Gay, tragic, Fierce and Tender" "Beautiful, excellent, emotional" Starring the richest, Fir .nest Voices on the American Stage GEORGE GERSHWIN'S IMMORTAL MUSICAL // porgy and bess if PRICES AN0 PER0MNCES Tue Wed Thu' Sun B 30 P.M S5.45. 4 4S, 3.45 2 45. Fn. i Sit. 8.30 PM. J5.95. 4.95. 3.95, 2.95; Vat. Wen S Sat. 2 00 P.M. 13 95 2.95 1 95 COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurants A Art Gallery Ml Mliq Migltvif V %  HI 5-2581 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BEST PICTURE MX HARBISON, BIST ACTOR GtORGE CUK0R, BEST DIRECTOR I-* REX HARRISON ** or ncMnicotoee suw AMAVISIM* PMW WARM* BROS m LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMIBUCH JEM7| %  tlCE SCALE EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFORM (including lae) Monday thru Fn. Sal. Son. V •-•<•> Thursday & Hoi ORCHESTRA $? 75 $3 50 M IOCE 3.0O 375 • PERFORMANCES AT 2 P.M. MATINEES • 8 30 PM EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPf N 10:30 to *30 USY ISRAEL FOLK DANCE FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY SOUTH FLORIDA UNITED SYNAGOGUE YOUTH FOLK DANCES WILL BE PERFORMED BY TEMPIE MEN0RAH USY BETH DAVID USY TEMPLE EMANU-EL USY BNAI RAPHAEL USY TEMPIE ZI0N USY TEMPIE SINAI USY (Hollywood) BETH TORAH USY TEMPIE BETH SH0LEM USY (Hollywood) ADATH YESHURUN USY SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 1 TEMPLE MENORAH SOCIAL HALL 75th & CARLYLE, MIAMI BEACH 8 30 P.M. DONATION S1.25 • SPECIAL GUEST STAR AVRAHAM GROBARD TALENTTD SINGER AND ACCORDIONIST, NATIVE Of ISRAEL Hit Repertoire Includes Mood and Comedy Sonet in Twelve langeoges. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT S.E. REGION USY 2155 SALZEOO, CORAL GABLES, PHONE 446-6213 Or At Any of the S yn agogues Listed Above LEON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE ON STAGE IN PERSON MANY STARS IN A NEW SHOW with music, singing, comedy and dancing DONT MISS THIS SHOW! The Vaudeville Season ends Sunday, April 25th e On Screen "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" Judy Garland, Tony Martin and Other* CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE. M.itine Evening 55* 1.25 STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Superb Continental Dining Visit the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for | breathtaking view of the Gold Const No Cover, No Minimum A_T DOM. the ocean at 49th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 WaWM % 



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Page 10-B *. Ienist> fkridiar Frid ^ Art j Florida Hadassah Regional Convention Warsa *** i Slated This Weekend at Seville Hotel %  H appiness is Your Attendance violinist, will be guest star at the at the Florida Region of Hadassah 11965 Conference," says Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. regional conference chairman. Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, Mrs. Maurice C a h n. local New American j ;•' Academy i„ Bl JJ> the Warsaw Ghwu, t : Sunday. 8 p. m at B(ft ga gat ion. Rabbi Solo--? olliciate. Investigating Sterling Rot Miami Beach installation banquet on Monday night. Miss Field, a Dccea recording artist, has been soloist with major symphony orchestras in the United States and in Europe. Program will begin with a chairman, will play hostess to the —mink Mink Award" luncheon at conference this year Apr. 25 to 27 at noon on Sunday. At 3 p.m., there .mam ueacl the Seville Hotel. will be a Membership Workshop on sent a composit sketchy Using "Hadassah Fashions the "Basic Costume." to be followed gunmen who partiwlJl Future"-as the conference theme, by "Wine Tasting" at 5 p.m. ;r*bbery ot the Sterlnj the workshops are "patterned" The American affairs plenary will aw officials throoghafl after wardrobe fashions and will |feature "Accent on Youth" at 8 lr >'!feature furs by Fredericks of Miami p. m „ Sunday Speakers wiH inThe robbtry orcun dude Mrs. Schenk; Rabbi Morris Passover Eve, Prlfl Kipper, of Temple Judea, Coral wl en thieves looted I Gables; and Richard We;.therly. of their contents. The session will be conducted by Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Monday will feature workshops from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., followed by the installation banquet at 7 p.m. On Tuesday, an American and Coach and a hat fashion show by Burdine's of Miami. The workshops and plenary sesIsion arc open to the public, and tickets to the brunch, luncheon, and banquet will be available at the registration desk. Mrs. Max Schenk. national treasurer of Hadassah, will be guest The Sterling, t tfjj ( Ave.. Miami Betcti, ,. kosher hotel hen lni | standards for similu across the nation. Two longtime stalwarts of Combined Jewish Appeal, who each year cover a record number of pledqe cards from South Beach area contributors, Mayshie Friedberq (left) and Oscar Mamber (right), are shown with chairman of Residents of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, John N. Serbin. They were cited for their service as outstanding volunteers at a recent CJA campaign awards luncheon. 65 Combined Jewish Appeal is Running Ten Percent Ahead of Last Year's Drive |speaker and advisor of fie conferZionist affairs session will begin at followed by brunch at 11 ence. Mrs. Schenk. a volunteer worker, from New York City, was elected t<> the post of treasurer at the 1!K>4 national Hadassah convention. She was a member of the i Hadassah delegation to the Zionist Congress in 1956. 1960 and 1964. She has traveled through Russia. 9 a.m. a.m. Dr. Wolf son in Lecture Third lecture in a new series on "Life and Philosophy of Spinoza" will be given by Dr. Abraham Czechoslovakia, Poland, and YugOWolfson on Thursday morning, 10 slavia. As a resident of Sydney, a.m. at the Spinoza Forum for Adult The 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, which is entering the final DSODth ol its campaign in May. is nt present running 10 percent ;inead of the 1964 drive, it was announced Wednesday by Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman. This continued progress, at a point late in the campaign, "is in keeping with a national average compiled by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which Shows that individual communities throughout the country have been able to sustain the gains made in the earlier months of the campaign." Dr. Lehrman declared. In previous years, earlier gains have tended to drop sharply as the campaign proceeded, the CJFVVF said. However, in 1965, communities throughout the country, including the Greater Miami drive, have continued the percentage increafs, "thereby indicating tha nany increased contributions ha.e been received HAPPY HOLIDAY TIIK JOT SET LADIES APPAREL SHOP Northside Shopping Center 7900 N W. 27th AVE. West Side Ph. 696-0361 To All Holiday Greetings JOE'S 51st ST. MARKET "The Best the Market Aflords at Reasonable Prices" 5100 N.W. 23rd AVE. Ph. 634-5267 from previous contributors, defraying the normal losses that suffered in any campaign," Dr. Lehrman explained. As of Mar. 31, the Miami campaign was 72 percent completed, and the percent increase of the .same contributors as in previous years was over 11 percent. Currently, the campaign has reached the 80 percent figure, and is maintaining a better than 10 percent increase. "The 10 percent increase w^s figured at the beginning


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Page 10-C +Jc*lst ncrktian Isadore Schwartz is presented with a plaque on the occasion of his thirteenth installation as president of the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Greater Miami. Makinq the presentation "in recognition of his many years of deovted service" at a banquet at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel is Judqe Sam I. Silver. The organization offers interest-free loans to needy persons. Model Seder At Emanu-EI Each department in Temple Emanu-EI Religious School and Solomon Schechter Day School held its own model Seder for the Passover holiday. The schedule, according to j*Sf ris Tarasow, education director. a: SoloTnon Schechter Day School. Thursday: Sunday and Daily Religious Schools and the Confirmation Department combined with the weekly youth service breakf.-st. Sunday. Apr. 11. Participants from the Religious School and elementary department of the Solomon Schechter Day School were' Sara Lee Adler, Susan Epstein. Marshall Kanner. Mindy Mitnick. Bernard Nusbaum, Ira Ratner. Esther Robinsky. Terry Shuch and Stuart Weintraub. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL LEGAL NOTICE tOHALD MlUfff Beach Student Gets Top Award Ronald Miller was named as recipient of the Sigma Alpha Mu National Undergraduate Achievement Award. Scholarship, campus activities, fraternity activities, re. ligious affairs, and athletics are the criteria which determine the outstanding Sammy across the country. A senior at Ohio State University. Miller is a member of Sigma Beta chapter, having served as president, treasurer, Pledge Class president, and chairman of various committees. His other qualifications include 3.5 accumulative point hour and membership in Phi Eta Sigma. Sphinx (treasurer i. Bucket and Dipper (president). Romophos, and Order of Shield (president). Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller, of 10021 E. Broadview Dr., Miami Beach, he will receive $100 for this recognition. Freedom Lodge Installs Officers Third annual installation banquet of Freedom Lodge. B"nai B'rith. was held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Saturday evening. Some 1500 persons attended. Judge Milton Friedman, a past president of District Grand Lodge 5. was chairman of the evening. Guest speaker was Paul Seiderman, a national commissioner of the B'nai B r it h Anti Defamation League. Herman Xudelman. honorary president of Freedom Lodge, was installing officer. Officers for 1965-66 are Judge Louis Stallman. president; Morris Bereer. Charles Berlin. Meyer Gladstone. Dr. Sidney Pavilack. vice presidents; John Diamond. treasurer; Aaron M. Orkin. Lester Arkin, Edward Saskin. secretaries; Burt Berson. warden: Emanuel Tepper. chaplain. Members of the board include: A. Max Axelrod. Dr. Jerome Block. Morton Brown. Paul Brown. Richard Buckbinder. Dr. Leon Conn, Merrill Daum. Sol Frankel. Mike Click. Howard Handleman. Murray Herlands, David Kleinman. Joseph Lang. Albert Pearl, Abe Rosenstein. Philip Saks. Martin Schultz. Nathan Schwartz. Murray Shaw, Barnes SoMoway. Jerome Sugerman, Martin Taub, Jose Winsen, Daniel Wolff. LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKKBY OIVKN thai : iriK i<. • Iness under th.flctll of TITRF BAR ..: 1 Palm Avenue. H Intend m n in.with the <'l-rk ••( Hi. I'I 1 urt of Da l > 'ount) Florida FRANK BWID1 : JEAN BWTDEIt Bole 'w' KE8KLER .v M IX8EY Attorae) f-.r Applli ..nt23ir LeJeun. Road Coral Gal I I %  _.;-. ), I 1.14 New Quarters For Post Office A contract has been awarded to Mrs. Vetta Schapiro. 1501 X. Bay Rd., to lease new quarters to the Pest Office Department at 9825 NE 2nd Ave., to improve postal operations with the new Miami Shores Branch in Miami. Postmaster General John A. Gronouski announced. •This project is in accordance with our policy of building new post .ffices only where they are urgently needed," Gronouski >aid. "We are constantly reassessing our construction program to detemine whether present buildings can be altered or remodeled to take care of our expanding mail volume. •We now have about 45.000 postal locations throughout the country handling an anticipated volume of 72.2 billion pieces of mail for the 1964-1965 fiscal year. By 1970 it is expected to rise to 90 billion." NOTiCE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. •5C 4279 Ut>>ROE M FIALA, Plaintiff. \ i hORIfl >> PI \I.A IM-fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl • I •• IRIS ''II W.A 11*0 \ r, I UiTti Midi l*ai k iti onx, Neu Fork Tun, DORIK O KIA I.A. thai .. Bill of Complaint for be. n (ii—I against >•• i. and you ar. required t-< sefvi :, cop) .,( jour Answer ..i pleadlnn in thi Bill of Complaint on ri„ plaintiffs DI BEN I.AUX IN, l _•<•|l Building, I) u. • Flaaler Street, Miami, Florida 31130, and file th. ... gIi i Aii-•... • i'i.. ding In the office <>f ihClerk of i)i< Circnii Conii on or before the L'lth day of May, IMS If you f:.il to do .-.. Judgment b) d< gainst you for threlief demanded In the Bill of %  lti t T i • shall be published onca r four i .nsecul i\ • n eeka in I HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I" iNE ANIi ORDERED Floi i I... iliiItth dai "( April \ i i LEATHERMAN, Clerk, milt Court, Unde County, Florida 11 B K M LTM \ S Deput) Clerk HEN LAWSOK 1105 Hi.-' ii in Build 1 Weal n. *l< r Bl eel M nii. Florida i Attn' nej f'.r I'l.-.intiff t •_•::-:; % %  I T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UtVEN that thi %  '. Aevtrtng to engage in r thfiotitii.uhume of CORAL K E E F <• >NVAI.i:.-i -E.NT HOME it ISM Cot Way, Miami in•-.:i-t-r MM name with thClerk of th-Circuit Cowl of I>aile 1 SVLVIA rj. rox 4/->-l-J.IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M.730-C IN RE: EH tat. WILLIAM DEER, 1 %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS T • A'l Creditor! and All Persons Hae"•i".or Demands Against Bald Tou are hereby notified and retalnu and o>m .nlwhich you may hav. acainht • itati ol WILLIAM DEER, de>te of Dad. County, Florida, C >unt) ludgm *.f Dad. Conni ty. and file th.name in duplicate and In 8 733.16, Fl •: %  Pi .n their offices in thCotttt* ti Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, nRhtn %  Is ealenektr months from the tinu : %  .'.:.-t publication hereof the .-..mwill Ibarred Dated ..t Miami. Florida th l'th •i v of April, A P ETH>:t, DEER As K\> < 'itrix l rsl pubiii ation "f th-> not %  %  oa thSSrd da) of April, SMITH A M VNI'T.KK : II in") R smith attorney l i :.\.-. utrl* i %  •: Lincoln Rd Miami B. i -..". "• T-l i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO \I.I. T'• WHOM THEME ll'.i:.-ENT> SIIAI.I. COMB. l)REETIN) MARX M KEINBI Rli MIAMI, FliORIDA KAM BEITI.IN. MIAMI. II.. .till > A ANN SMA'iAJ MIAMI. Kl.i >RIDA .1 .1 -.II th. Mil i... • ; Januar). A I • >4. can I bi the laws of thI irlda Fl. \ MiN.ii. WH< 'I.I.SAI.i: QRCM'BRT, INC • .ti.-n. with iti rinclpal place <.f b isineee MIAMI. DADE COl'NTT. in th. Hi ..f v ind whereas the proper officer* of such corporation • 11-* on '-t day of June, A.D. %  be filed In I ol ti..— %  reSI th. -• .t..f Florida, i Certifli it. o Amendment rhanains KI.AM IN'i ;• • I WHOLESALE, INC. an.I whereas sud rporation iii-l on th12tn da) 1 % %  < Apt II, i I 1 DSC to be til-'l In the office -f th. S. r of Btat. State f Fl rlda, the d. tary authorlt) i. ider Hection n i IT, II. .i.la Statute* showlns the diasolutlon i.f su ii corporatlttn Now th. refoi •. th. Secret %  •. .... .•• ... .-• %  ns md thai h. i-..t sfled thai the %  %  r ol th< law hav. been compll. i \.nii IN H'lTNEKM w HEREOF. I haw her. into sal m) band and hav,nffix.-.i the On %  Sea •: thState i.f Florida, at Tallahass. • thCapltal, this the TWELFTH day of APRIL, A|i ls< TOM \HAM>-1 retan ol st,.tCERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T i ALL TO WHOM THEME PRESENTS SIIAI.I. .1.; MI-:. ISREBTINllS: Whereas, JOSEPH INDEIJi'ATo MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: UEORtiK ALTER, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; HARRT WINTERM MIAMI BEACH, I I.I iRIDA did --n the 15th da) of 1 • Lt> IsSt, aus. to I.. Incoi I iiinl-r the laws of the Btute • %  I Florida 8 CN SHINE STATE TRANSPORTS INCORPORATED I • tlon, ith itprincipal of business al MIAMI BEACH, DADE COl'NTT, In the State % %  ( Florida, and whereas such corporation • l >• t on the Uth day ol April, A.D, IMS, as be filed in the office of th,Secretary "f Mate "f the State ..f Florida, the documentsr) authority required -• i tlon :• %  '::. FkM Ida HI I th. dlaeolution -.f such "i i"'i %  tion. Now. therefore, the Secretary of i) certlfi t.. the for. (fi.lnu and that hisatisfied that the requirements of the Inn bav been compll. .I i. Ith. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand .m.i have affixed tii%  %  : %  it Baal of the Btat. '•f Florida, al Tallahassee, thCapltal, tin.the TWELFTH da) "f APRIL, AH. II TOM IDAMH Been tarj %  •! Btate IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6-i2 IN C' Estat. PACLINE ROBINSON n-i -seed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit n.,... %  i:-te: I h. eh) notified at"l re• t any olaims .. which -'-u ma\ hat. agalnn th) -.-tut. ..f PACLINE ROBINSON d Lit."f I lade County, i t.. thCo mt) .' :•--• of 1 tada ty. an.l ft I— ;.... Med I.I Section '.:.< |, | B th.-tr offices in th. r ty Courthonei In Dade County, Florida srlth ti i-alendar niunil.thtim of the first |.-.;l.li .i-i.-i. h-rr• •f. or thram. will l— I Dated at Miami. Florida, thi.5th day i.f Anrii. AII. iw.. EARLE ROBINSON \Bacecutor First DUbliration of thit : th Ktfrd.iv ..f April. IRVING IYI-KN I.A\V OFFICE* B) DavM M sAttorney for Executor Tel sU-mi \: thir •;.-!(:-. n ..I Mia-m Il-.i.-h. C :J||H i it-n-to, : : IN THF CIRCU'T COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65 C 40S7 IN P.E: ADOITI. IN IF MARIA TRINA BREEDLOVE A Ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl • PACL D. BREED LOVE, 11 H & B Co l-l Bn. 4th Mar iyt Mar B r .. Flu San I i. Is. Calif. >*01 HOME ADDRESS: 4771 M-ra A-. • • %  --. '.t'.ifi.rnia TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a lvtlti"n habeen fit-il la tl.. strled court b) Marg Rpansrler li all 'i .r.-l J ---;.h V Qasliotl fT the adoption "( Maria Trina Pr ood l OTe, a tiiinor. anil you are reqolred to serv. ,i copy "f yoar An-w.r of objections t-show ran-.why sa I Petitioi should r."t N KTanted, on ttiai for Petitioners, LEONARD %  ;. EOERT, .: M) • i -. 11. Iman .v Kaplan, lei street, M.um. PlorMa, and file thr orhjlnal in th• rf*- ..f the Clerk of thCtrcult Cuurt on or before May 17, I HEREIN 1AII. Ni'T or S %  MO WIO tn.-nt.-r-U asrain-t WITNESS II .\ band and si i ol i .-..hi Court in Miami. IfcoLCounts KMida, tinISth day o( April, 1J*'. K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, •in C"...in. 1-ade County, K (seal) By: R M LTMA.N Deput) Clerk LEONARDO BCSEltT %  f Myers, li. man .v Kaplan W .-•• .--.-.-.-i Miami, Florida • a< i.f-i Plaintiff i ;'.%  ;:. % %  :.". :. : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE • %  TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65 C 4104 DM CAl'LK Plali vs. HELEN CAI I.K n I.ini NOTICE TO DEFEND Yul HELE.V CAI I.K. ARE HEREBY Si ITIFIED to file youi suil for l Hvorc. %  Itl %  %  K. and sen • %  i op) Phi ntifl attorney, KI< 'HAR11 VLTSHCLER, SvyboM Bids., Mli. Fl irtda, --ti or before May e the i -I 1 will be lakes fnaap-il If) Dated: April 14, I K. I: LEATHERMAN Clark ••! the Circuit court B) K M l.YMAN I >eput) <"l-rk 4 1-L' '" NOTlci PUOR DA is?; c J*"-eir cou%T L'is5 I • "1 • • %  I ... J th. I-.N I M.. I thi.~ K %  %  V Lli NOTICE UNOEI FICTlT:Ov.S SAVEL'K Si %  ^. n Mia :-' %  -^| I V .S Ml RICH %  VI ..-. \ -. I %  y.. •' %  NOTICE LSOES FCTI'IOUSNfSEl \l %  %  -T_:M ;.-.-• %  .. i .-• %  i SAI" y.t.' %  %  %  I v • • -• M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai Ina t-. sagatri In •s under 'i"fictitious name o) ANDYS BEER .v WINK BAR at S** N. Miami Aven Int. mi.to :• sai.l II • II. • \< I ii the i 'i.-rk % %  ( th. I' ruil •'...,: i i : • ,.i. i lount) Floi Ida OK \c:: Si >i LLIER KESSLER A MASSET Attl.lll V I fl.! \ |>|.||. .lilt ..:r LeJeune IM.. Coral Oables, Fla 4 I-:.:-::". a 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65 C 345 PA ["RICIA BLAI K I'AlTi:. Plaintiff, \ Itll'ol.l'll Li >RD TACTE, I •. I %  • SUIT FOR DIVORCE O I:I I* M.i-li I.I .!:i • TACTE 1.... kw I Ro %  I: K t. N i ,i ti. Connecticut) %  laboro, S. -i r ck Y HI. Rudolph lord Taut, ai .. i thai s Bill of < loinplaint for Divorce has been filed airalnsi you, and you %  %  %  requli ad lo sei • cop) "f your Arts rer "i Pleading to II ..f Com Iffs attorney, AIXSLKE i: FKRDIE, Suite .•":'. ::::. B.W. LoJeun. R I. Coral iJ.iiil. -. I-'!rids 131 "I and file th. orlainal Answei or Ptoadlna in the office of the Clerk of the Clrc l Court "ti or I..1..1. th17th da) ol May, i"i".. if vii fail to do so, Juds. defai it a BI be tak. n asrainsi you for th. r. uded In the Bill 'I i-..ni|.laint. This notice shall be published once each -.k for four consecutive weeks in Tin: JEW ISII II.i HUMAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. 1 .. thiIth da) "f April A.D. i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dadi Oounty, Florida (Seal) i i i' COPBLAND l leputy < 'l.-rk AINSLEE R. FERDIE Sun. %  !•_•. rt!6 S.W. l^-Jeune Road .'oral i; i i.i.-. Fla :::IS4 Attorn. ) for I'laintifl 4/16-23-5". • %  IN THE COUNTY JlDCHJ IN AND FOR DDEC3l FL0RIOA IN PROS'! No SJ IN R %  •• A'KAs' NOTICE TO CBEO'1 To \ %  Esl ^ L \ %  %  fH"te_ i I* >-,-• %  i %  %  •• ivo*,i \K F %  A\ AVES0ED NOTICE BYjlBtffj ,N THE C RCUIT Wjji ELEVENTH J00ICII-JK E FLORIDA. IN AN0WS C01.NTV. INCM W N,. 5C f PATI VK TO: \%  v '' %  s p. 1 her. Plain t 1 d I.I VTH HKNB1 v *!§. Mt.. I ii' ] '" r I' BBSSSiBI



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April 23. 1965 Men/s#? ftcridian Paqe 7-B ..TINGS PAINTINGS PAINTINGS Yn. u m Show of Frances Woifson at the International GaHeriea has been an d f^lac ctces IK an Mars hasiastically attended, according to the the r,-nil. enthralling '*'' K^LXmong the busy folks who have taken If.; DW> % %  ... ..„,i„...i|in., hYiir :irn Mr* 'tor"a res ml. enthralling hour are Mm ,';' %  :'PUrni 'M'< ,; '"> Barnttl. Mrs C:,; '' VVci "' %  ;„', Yonnwrman. Mrs. J. G Bolger.Mana \i, ami Mrs. Paul Faske. Mrs. David I i lr in .l Mrs. Stanley Stern. Dr. and |J* H 1 | (I Ru.nl. Richard Bergmen. Mrs. Jack T „", Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mr. and IrSnaitl Ahcss. Mrs. Sailing Baruch. Mr. and Is;' Riltcr Levinson. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Monsky. ]':' Charles Bloch. Mr and Mrs. Arnold Levey, I u JX fteit/ Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. I,,-! Marry Fine, and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer HWAYS ON THE GO Mtie Danerhirsh doean't sit down and wait Ite things i" happen. She makes them happen. „-| Kije a minute, taking long walks to rest frjher knitting. She his knitted innumerable | r the Women's Auxiliary Gift Shop lli.it Institute. She has a wonderful phi oi lite, is grateful for all her blessings Lc'lives ca.h daj u> the fullest. Miriam (Mrs. Sibin is mighty proud of her chipper moth r ho recent!) celebrated hi r with birthday I |A LOVELY EVENING rst drinks, and what go with it. at Bess ami L'.u Glasser'a house 'l ben on to the Roney Plaza Hotel tor the dinner and opening night of "The Grasx Harp' put on by the Acorn Civic 'I heater. Since liess is a vice president of the Drama League, she had three tables of guests to help the Drama League gel started Included in her guest list, and to speed them on their wax. were Mr and Mrs Sam Bernstein, of Chicago en route to Israel, where Technion is dedicating a building in their h i or. Among other guests <-.ere Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. A. .1 Molasky. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Channing, Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin. Mr and Mr-. Sam Itrdlith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris, of Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Setden. Across the rum were Mr. and Mrs, Zev Bufman, entertaining bis parents. Mr. and Mrs Mordevai Bufman, Roz and Richard P.illot. and Alberta and Bill I'allot. Also seen were Jordan Davidson, as well as Jennie Grosslnger, who came to see her Maria Marcy. Maria made a huge hit in her debut with the Acorn Players. DID YOU KNOW? Lewis Serbin at Home with his folks. Georgian and J'hn Serbin. made a fuss over his brand new niece, whom he saw lor the first time. Kara I.ynne. daughter of l'hyllis and Jon Serbin. Of course, he had to make a bigger fuss over Jonathan and Sherry so they wouldn't teel left out of things Frances Lehman I WO -Man Show Will Open at Beth Sholom Friday Mental Health Society Forum Mental Health Society of Greater M la m 1 sponsored a Mental Health Forum last week at the University of Miami in the afternoon. and at Dade Auditorium in the evening. A m o n g afternoon speakers was Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Kmanu-F.l. who spoke on "Religion and Mental Health." Heading the Miami Beach section was Mrs. Lee Leibow. membership chairman. Originally from New York City, where her husband. the late Dr. Louis M. Leibow. was a practising physician. Mrs. Leibow holds life memberships in (Temple F.manu-El Sisterhood, Mt. j Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary. 1 Hadassah and Jewish Home for the Aged. She is als:> a member of Shore Unit. Cancer Women's Corps. Secretary of State Tom Adams has called mental illness "Florida's No. 1 Health Problem." and May I to 7 has been proclaimed "Mental Health Week" by Mayor Melvin .1 Richard. Says Mrs. Leibow: "Our reason for placing so much emphasis on expanded membership is two-fold. It enables us to exercise more influence with legislators, to bring about better facilities and services Cor the menially ill. It also increases our annual budget, allowing us chant. MRS. Lit If/BOVV to create more demonstration projects for the emotionally-disturbed and mentally ill." Special Memorial Services Temple Emanu-El announces a special memorial service for nonI members and guests in the main i sanctuary at 12:80 p.m.. on the conj-.hiding day it Passover this Satur. j day. Dr. Irving Lehrman will i preach, and Cantor Zvi Adler will l % %  I I "double-barreled" art ex after Sabbath servin "On., Shabbat" at TernSholom on Friday evening p.m.. according to an annenl b) Mrs David Druck rman of Beth Sholom's Art %  tee 1 al artists. Shir.ckear ami Zena Posever, ;bit tin :: I "I'kv lisplaj oil ... cha << rawingts and • ing the past is I • • who lives in UMIVS MA It KIT |H3S Washington Avenue • :SK RIF.NDS AND CUSTOMERS : :-:A • SOVER LI DAYS PALM SPRINGS GULF SERVICE [ ;:: CEiS BUSINESS" MB WEST 49th STREET Hiileah Ph 321-8914 Miami with her husband and three children, has shown her work at the Lowe (iallery. the Blue Dome Art Fellowship, the Artist's Equity at Jordan Marsh and Miami Springs Art Guild She has also had one-man shows at the Stoner Gallery in Kentucky, the Flat Hock Playhouse in North Carolina and the Veteran's Administration in Miami. In addition, she is represented in many private collections, including the Bowdoin College Museum of Fine Arts. Brunsu ick, Me Zena Posever will show her sculp tires Mrs Posever. a wellknown painter and sculptor in this area, studied at the Pennsylvania Acad< mj Ol the Fine Arts, the Tyler School .1 Fine Arts of Temple University and Barnes Foundation at Merton, Pa. she also won a Cresson Travelling Fellowship Award in Mexico. She has exhibited at Copley \r: SocietJ in Boston. Mass.. Arts Foundation Of Boston. Boston Museum oi FunArts, Pennsylvania kcademj ol Fine Arts. Miami Beach Art Center and Lowe Art Gallery. She has works in private collections in Springfield, Mass.; Philadelphia. Pa.; Atherton. Calif.: New York; Brookline and Winthrop. Mass.: and Miami. The show will be on display at the Beth Sholom Gallery. 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Chase Ave.. until Sunday. May 9. Beth David Ladies See Israel Film Beth David Sisterhood held its regular meeting in the Social Hall on Wednesday. 11 30 a.m. Bnmcheon was served. Mis. Benjamin Kainen. Israeli af. fairs chairman was chairman of the day. Mrs. George Laskin. program chairman has made arrangements with the ll. J. Heinz Co. for the showing of a film, "Holidays in Israel." demonstrating the celebration of Passover and Shavout in the Jewish homeland. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Tropical taper Box Co. |A?:IST:; PAPER BOXES 1 *a'l Air Depot d 8 14 Phone TU 8-8459 t: jml Ja :-rings to All |SUNSHINE of MIAMI C AP MFG. CO. ; : GOLDWAG !£** Caps for | n v :.?n, Children 467 %  TLAGLER ST. Frank Qualifies In Miami Beach Vice Mayor Bernard A. Frank qualified for reelection to the Miami Beach City Council in Group :i this week. A municipal COUll Judge for three years before serving the first of four consecutive council terms. Prank has served as vice mayor for the past two years A native born Dad* Countian, Judge Frank is a graduate of Midrri Be.ich Senior High and of the University of Miami Law School. He has practiced law in Miami Beach since 1938. During World War II. he rose !,. m i rivate to captain in the vi niy, and served overseas for 30 inontl Active in numerous Jewish and sectarian organizations. Judge Frank Lives with his wife. Singer Marion Colby, and their son 20month-old Kobert. at 1515 Cleveland Rd. Captain of the I'niversity of Miami tennis squad, he led the Hur! ricancs to a national intercollegiate team championship. Winner of the Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Good Government Award in 1960. Prank also has j received special awards from the I President's Council. Democratic ; Club of Miami Beach, the PTA and the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. Judge Frank is an active member of the Civic League, Miami Beach ; Taxpayers Association, the Biscayne Point Home Owners Association. Temple Beth Sholom and Beth Jacob Congregation. A Happy Holiday to All SHIRLEY DEE STEAK & SUB SHOP Restaurant—Just Good Food Shirley Troop Gertrude Fricker 250 OPA-IOCKA BLVD. 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A-.-.; 23. 1965 +JeH>isti thrkMaun Page 9-C -** %  Madrid Leader Reports OR Growth Of Jewish Community in Spain Today ** L*Cj % her is remembered: Mrs. Albert Fried, pit of the Na'ional Women's League of pted Synagogue of America, presents to en. Robert F. Kennedy (Dem.-N.Y.) an nllv ^'TrtoH ro^r^fion r>f \he* Memorial Tribute of the League, honoiinq the la'e President John F. Kennedy. The framed Memorial will be forwarded to the Kennedy archives for placement in the John F. Kennedy Cultural Center when completed. By Special Report With only a handful of Jews a quarter of a century ago, con1 tinental Spain today has a Jewish community of more than six-thousand. Samuel Toledano, an officer of; I the Council of Jewish Communities of Spain, told a meeting of the American Section of (he World Jewish Congress in New York. Toledano, who i.s the Council's j officer for relations with international Jewish organizations, said: jthe increase in Spanish Jewry was dtwto twomin factors: an influx of Nazi victims twenty years ago, and a more recent influx of Moroccan Jews who today constitute seventy percent of the com' in unity. Toledano stated that the Jewish Community Council consisted of Madrid (2,500 Jews), Barcelona (3,500), the Canary Islands and Malaga with a new community of 50 to 100, as well as the communities of Melilla (3,000) and Ceuta (700) in Spanish Morocco. In Madrid, community growth in the past 25 years has been accompanied by an increased and diversified communal structure. Recently, after the community had submitted copies of its new bylaws to the Government and after community leaders had met with Gen, Franco, the Ministry of the. Interior confirmed the legal status of the community ai the end of Fcb-1 man, thus regularizing a de tacto t .situation that previously existed. To cope with its increased numj hers, the Madrid Jewish community has just voted to abandon its former apartment-synagogue and erect a j $150,000 temple, center and community office. The new building will house the Talmud Torah and other I community activities in the capital The Council of Jewish Communities of Spain, affiliated with the W.IC, meets three or four times a year, varying its conference site lrom community to community. Internally, Spanish Jewry has few problems. Its welfare services have little to do insofar as local Jews are concerned, but on occasion are called upon to aid aged or ill Moroccan Jews who require hospitalization or treatment in Spain. Externally, a problem of some proportion appears to be developing as clandestine publishers, operating from presses in smaller centers, are beginning to distribute in Spain a variety of anti-Semitic texts that follow the traditional hate line and have all been exposed and denounced in many parts of the world. The community, Toledano report, ed. hopes to be able to counter and put a stop to the distribution of this hate literature by legal means. SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Years Also A Complete Insurance Service Altmcin Insurance & Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9655 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced on Bond Paoer WHILE YOU WAIT Cash & Carry Servinc Miami Sinre 194fl 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS tier-Loving Teacher ismissed in Canada \ UTA) The Catholic School Commisl 111 -inweek that a fcrad,' • • .her in a Catholi.po hi. I compared Hitler i i >'r and Nazi syni[been "removed" from his an investigation of his rtere Is INE 111 JMi Wajon International, with I -WO ImttsMt, has mote I thirty 1iir% experience in P"t. |Mq in business and %  unity iihj. f ar mor| j n f orma r"ut... HI 9-4994 E NENCOWEftS! The Commission said it had also "removed" the principal of the school and the district director. The teacher. Brother Rene Lehaie, 22, had organized his class of 11-year-old boys into Nazitype military cadres, including "SS men." The Catholic School Commission said that the use of the Nazi symbols introduced by the teacher had been discontinued because "the method was condemnable." At the time the Investigation was ; started, tliree weeks ago, Jean| Marie Mathieue. the Commission's director of teaching, said the teacher's •'intentions were good'" ai though he conceded the practico 'was "open to criticism." Brother Asselin. director of the school, expressed "surprise" at tfoe | sudden interest in the teachermethods, declaring that hundreds Iof parents had visited the school without objecting. 'have *. Welcome Wagon j ES ft' n me V nke la subscribe to uh floridicn. • coupon and mall to ^'Mutation Dept.. %  •* 2973, Miami, Fl. 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. April 23 1965 +-k\%istHtridUc*r Paqe 5-A. Businessmen Quiz Arab Bar ibbi Leon Kronish (riqht) speaks to Henry Sieqman, NaI tonal Community Relations Advisory Council executive, at. I me South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry held Apr. 15 -t Temple Israel, with representatives from over 300 orqani at'erdinq. am Goldstein to be Honored at ADL xecutive Com. Meeting on Tuesday ** %> $4* COlOSTf/N wntown Club sets Levin l* 1 Levin has been elected %  jfcnl t.t (he now ly-chartered Mi Downtown Optimist Club. "iry E, Hershi; and Sidney A. t were elected ice presidents, 1 Milton Bea. .,. named .- %  % %  -ganization is lub formed in and will hold weekI lings at the lieia tT Hel. as directors of the 40group were William A. M i!-„ Mlil li < • mrni.ssioner jV a %  Kennedj. Sheldon N. Lei2 d uI Rasmussen, Earl F ~< and Prank Yanaros. Sam A Goldstein ha? been selected t" receive the Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage Award by the Florida Regional Office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nal B'rith. The presentation will he made at an Executive Committee meeting of the Florida AOL on Tuea day noon at the McAllister Hotel The award it being made under the sponsorship of The Jewish Flondian and Joseph Schlang, president of th Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage. Goldstein has been selected t>> M reive the award "for contributions made over a period f m re than %  g< n rati n to the work of bettering human relations in Lh Si nth as .i whole and m Florida in Particular." Th.' award cities Go! Istein for • his dedication, service and phiIan hropy, which have earned him the respect and love Of the people v\ith whom lie ha.s come In contact and with win m he has labored." i, itdstein is a trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, past chairman of the Florida Regional Board of the ADL and on


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Upri! 23. 1965 -Jewisli thrift for Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICI T"n7 ='3LICATION .f-CL T COURT OF THE FT2 JLOXIAL CIRCUIT. T ?OR5OE COUNTY. I FLORIOA IN CHANCERY NO S5C3363 FOR DIVORCE fcoTT /v ii! 10TT. 2076 l'i n .,' v. York, are here; ";, : ;. ,,mnlaln< lor rtii irnlnsl you. i 1 i( a oopj n J lending to tl" I .Hi"! n< > I Ml Uncol.. ... iriilu, ami ill.r .. Pleading In 1 ..,' the Clrcull in; i". won II Ml DJ Ii-' I gainst you for the Complaint | Ida. Into 5th IB LE" M E"M* N VK cipruiT COURT COUNTY. FLORIDA i. RNEEDEN I leputv Clerk i 9-16-22 .j' LDGF.S COURT ,)F0 C 30! COUNTY. bRIDA IN PROBATE No 62432-B | ,ERY. I ||CE TO CREOITORS •.,,v|| Pel .-(Hi.Il.-iv i il, Against Said .titled anil r. innand di have against I KS A. BLLERY 1 .. .i 'ounty. FIoi I ,-. %  ..:. i.t Dade L.i nil ime In dupll -. lion 7S3.IB, Iituii offices in I i i In I '.nl. i 'ounIwith lendni months JK-u. : %  -' |i ihlli al Ion | : li<. I.., red. n Ida, tlii-— l'.Hi HI. A.I %  [i IIIN '. \ LEY I n lloi on %  I'll 10-23-30, .". T DAYBHV BY HENRY LEONARD I I I %  "Thank God for our ailments, Max, or we'd have nothing to talk about." Cop,. 1964. Doynw FiodtKlioi,* LEGAL NOTICE 4'iTJH LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> IIHREBT HIVES that the underelMued, rl ; %  etioagi In business under thi tifloiis hame of n VDEI.ANn VIM \s V.PARTMENTS .1 I 'illle I '''Mil %  '.;! %  %  -.ml n. HI., wkh of ili.i 'lri-nii i 'oui to I' HI inty, I'll.riil.i. EVAN •...' KB I 2• [ _RT OF THE L CIRCUIT OF Di \ 3 "OR DADE |TV. -XNCERY. 11X, I J.I.I< net u I v-i iN, ) D EFEND ROBINSON etts vvm ROBIN ".' %  ••! thai II 1 Is 1". .11 I III .1 W:Y ANN COLE Ii.l. Ii\ Ii %  .-I your nnswel bill ..I Iffs all. n. l:\SIP H.T. L'UI N K. Third Ave., %  l'i" the orbrif ili.Clrcull l'i. rid.i. %  I i. of May, %  ludgment by Insl vim i.>i %  the complaint. RED, al Miami. %  i this 9th da) M, Clerk, !' Hi'. I • ..I i.l:l ,1 M VN I • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I he if. %  %  ..vi. % %  iI ante of I) VDEI VNf II %  • \PARTMENTS ut I in %  iht> i' i:\ VN i:n I Mi II. of N %  „H, Miami NOTICE U NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \"i l'i' the un li • iint VN Ii \ : : Ai' \i:i VI i ;N PS .i' i >a %  %  I In i I'.ni. County, I loi ill.. EVAS >U3TEK |, 2.9-H in C. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY ,N CHANCERY. No. 65C 3346 VRTMIIi LU'KXEII Plaintiff. \ -. <;I.AUVS LACKXER, I li-l-ml llll Ti i (; I.AI lYS I.ACKXER Itesldi in Vddi i -I 'nknou n You, i IL VDYS I.Ai 'K NEK. in by notified that a Complaint for In \..i.. ; • -i you, ami you in*. > uui An.net : in i '..ini'i.lilll nil Ill.1 iiui.1 It.iu.l Hi.orlglna I Ansn Court Ith '' l %  •' Mil}, I "'•" i mem by In Hie Bill i i %  I I I liVi in Til K JEW IsH li • i n ..N i: \N i> tun >I:I:I:I > ni iln i \ 11 i, .. E. U. I.EATHERMAX. I Circuit L'ourt. I >llde County, Klo Ida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66611-B IN RE: Estate ..f .lAi'ol: I'lXSKV I'm a-.-.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS •I'.. All Creditors and All Person* HavIna riaiins or Demands Against Kald lO.-lal,-: Vmi are hereby notified ami ren'.i'.ii in present any claims and demands whlrh you ma\ have against tl >iai,. of JACOB I'lXSKV de' easi .1 L.i. nt l lade C it}. Florida, in the County Judges of Dade County, an.i file ili.. name In duplicate and n> provided In Section 133.10. l-lorldn s I :11 ni.-. in their offices In the Coun1} i 'ourthouse In Dade i 'inintv Elm i'l.i. within .-i\ calendar month* the tii r the fii-i publication hereof, "v the same will 1barred. Hated :n Miami, Klorldu, thli Stl I April. A.I '. Is6d, tlKRTRI'liK BEROER MSUXAHl) ii. EtIERT As Exi i nlni l''.l -I |.:ili'|..il ii.H ni rs^p^n^sn*^aj^rsra I.EtlXARI) tl EOERT i II M. i -. I lei i.an ami l\a|iliill r..iExe. in.a 11 ." s'.W i-i Street Miami, Kloilila I '10-2:1-30, S/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66436-C IN RK: ICstate of .KISEI'll Mi:i.l'A I Ii ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ll Creditor-, ami All Persons Having iMalms or Demands Agninsl Said Bstale: S"mi re hereby notified and reluired in i.i.-.ni mi} i laiimand demands wlii.'li you may have ngninsi the • tat* "t i' isKi'il MI:I.IA delate ol 11..-1.County, Florida. in the Count) Judges of Dade County. ml i lie i insame In duplicati and as provided in Section 733.10, Klorlda Statutes, in their offices In tin Coun %  j .• i Ihousv iii I lade County, l-'lm %  Ida, "iiliin i-i\ calendar months from in ,.i the rim publication hereof, or the same will be liti n • %  Hal.i.l ;u Vlliiml, hlotida, this I2lh I ,. ,.r April, A.I). I!>*• %  >. MICHAEL Mi:i.l'A A> Admluistratoi publication of this the Istli da) .a April, 191 HENRI NORTON inni-ll.i' Milll ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Je*ist fhridfiian solicits your legal noticM. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate servic* at legal rates Dial I It 3-4005 lor messenger senrice LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS Hi:RBi:Y lilVE'" Hi., .iii.i-.--i-.' .il. deXlHIbUV m.ii..^'e,lin business undi i th. ficl fi ioiih il. Mnl.l.V I1ROWX RESTACRAXT ai 219.1 N.W. 12th Avenu. Ml Intends t" register s.'i.i the Clerk of the Circuit Coun "t I 'ml. County, Florida MARKET DINER CORPORATION A htorldn Corp. HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorne) for Applicant 921 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach I p-lfi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRKBY (IIVI9N that the undersigned, ili sirlim lu engi i business under the fictitious name "f A A A. KI.KCTI'.m.YSIS at I'.'.Mii Indian Creek Drive, Miami (leach, Plu., Intends to regltt< i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit ii.ni-t ni Dade County. Florida. CLAIRE SIMMS sole ov ner I 9-11 IRT I'ii • I In %  VI i I' II I • %  • .OER ME LAW HIVEN thai ..... titious name of ai n.:i.-.i N i: 1 i. ,i h, Flor' n un,. idi I 'OUI t of I >.nl.III. I I SIXER I 16-23-30. 5 ,.n B V p -3LICATION ^RCL'iT COURT OF THE JUO C'AL CIRCUIT OF UN NO FOR DADE '• IN CHANCERY, No. 6-,C i884 IN".;.: %  SIN. I:R, I FOR DIVORCE [•T 'I SINOKR !"'< Avenue E";>' ';" %  Maryland IJIOTT H KINOEJR, are t' '••' "lal a Hill nf I',,,,,. 1 lv '," •• Iws n filed i_„ a '" %  i %  i T-.-.I I.. ,i, '!'. """' Answer or J. !" '•'' f CompUInt mi T," %  "' '->. NKll. I'IIIIBi? t,' '" '' BM Miami, we the %  rlglnal Answei ot In" 'V '" f HiClerk MO nil-. .,„ „ r |„.,,, r ,. ,!„. Sill) • .-.:.. |f y ,, u f .,„ Cf"" -1 %  default will lie hi, V."'. "" "'•' relief deComptelnt. • puutabi mi a weeks ItlUIAN. %  %  RED .,1 of April A D N ml \. F| IN TH6CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH-JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 65C 4003 TMtt U II.I.IA-.tSlilii'.H SJAVTNIW : INK, PIMel KLNNKI'il i: tiOl Oil. el UX, i al, I ii t.-nn ,ruNOTICE OF SUIT I'I i. Arthur 11 llr ni I ind Anita 11 :..' in r II s Long %  -. %  N York V,, ..: hen %  il that the nbovi : nil of i U "I' County to fot f.'.llowini %  ... I. .. i %  iTT I.M-.I. VIA Ni MARTIN FI.NK, Dade Fi deral Building, Miami. Florida 33131. not lai.r iiii.ii Mn) In. I'"''', oi a De| ,.,,., |.,.,, ...ni,--. will be entered against ) DATED: April 12. I6'. i: H 1. 1 V.THHRMAN. Clerk, fin nil Court, Dade County, Honda IHCUI) B) : C P i'l'l'i:i.AND i leput) Clerk MARTIN F M: Dude l-'.il.'i il Building Miami, i-.oii.la 831S1 4/18-28-M, % %  /. p. i•. .i'i-:i..\Nii \ Clei k i .-9. hei • %  I'l.iim -. i \ • %  .. In | 1 M.I. 4/16-2J-! 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. 6SC 3495 MYRON III'Itsil Plaintiff, MARILYN S IIKI'.SII I i.iVn.lani SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: M W:n.N \ 8. HERSH Ha nl\'. ni A\.-nil.Newark. \.-u Ji You MAlilLV X H li In m.till..i thai a Hill "i for l'i* v., II. ,1 nd ymi ari i tpilieil lo v in. Hill ol i' iiiiplainl ni. Vt I'M I. mil fill or PleiidltiK In II ,.i the IM It Com re tin It mi fall to do !.. rtefn ili landed in the Bill C lahil Tin. ii..1 shall lpublished onci each week I ons. eullve eek in THE JEW ISH l'i-' 'KM HAN DONE AND (iRDERED ii Miami, ri..i Ida, tii ; i-t day of March, I' "i:. i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (geal) By: lSNEEDEN i leputy Clerk PA I I. KWIT.N'KY I'.'n Lincoln Rd., Miami Beu. h, I la, .IE I -.'•! Attorne) lor Plaintiff A _'-'.'-lG-2.. Fla. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'OA ,N PROBATE No. 666.24-B IN RE ESI FI I. %  %  VFT, 11.1. NOTICE TO CRED.TORS ['., \u Cri '.i" .ind All I'. sol I la\ i >i Estit VIIII ..%  %  i I.) n.'iified i'ii'1 rei mi) i-liilins and de. maiiils \. iii.-li \ un mi' | ha :.,i.. of FUiRENCE II.MP d. ceased lute ol I >adi i V.unt) FI I %  to the i 'ounl ( Judges of I Wd. I .imi rile tile same In dupllcute ami nin-ovldeil in Section T33.16, FI irldi Statutes, in il %  Ir offices In the 'ounty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, uithin six calendar months from the time of the flral publication hereof ..Ithe same will be burred. I Mini ai Miami, l Imi. la, llii'.'111 ila\ ol April. A.D. 1905. A A 111 IN D. HAFT AExecutor rirst publication of tli^ notice on the 16th da) '.r April, IMS lli:\l:\ NORTON v I'm Executor I log His. ..: • Bldg., Miami. Fin. 4 I..-;'::-::". 5 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY titVli.N that i. i signed, desiring t -•'-• 10 business "i"i i In flctll i-mname of IflNM i s TAKE-I 'I T • ii nn N.\V, li.'n.l Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to %  •-••• said with the Clerk II Co irt of Dade County. Florida. %  |ade I "ountv, Flot iii.i. ii tiiii i N calendar months from the time ol the fir.-t iiuhlli ntlon hereof, or tli,same will "iint.,i ni Miami. Florida, tlii3ist ,l:n ,.f March, A.D 196.". KI'RT U I'l.l.lSi II As Executor publication ol ti'inotice on dnv of April, l'.'ii".. \VI-:I.I,ISI'(I estnte nf I. wiEPHIXE WEISS!, I '• • iw '1 107 Ainii-i in Avenue. Coral i '• iblee, %  **"• 4/9-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C-2746 (Gordon) \\ i I 'i:i\ i:i:. Admit I trati an Ol : stati "i Ami i In -n. h .'ii %  i ins. ntlff, Fir-t the vih KI'RT Attorne Wi'inan IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66092-C RE: Estate of WILLIAM .1. HOill.l-'ELD 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Haying Claims or Demand* Aaanuil sara You are hereby notified and requlred to present any claims and demands which >"U may have amlnat ,„.. estate of WILLIAM J. IlollLI'lM.D deceased late "f Dade < ounty, Florida, '" 'iiC t) Judges of Dade County, and file n in dupll .uui us provided In Section % % %  Florida li l,il ri "''. : ; hi '"' %  s In D "liI ate I 16, in imu Florida n Ithli ndar months rr .,„ thi • publication hereof %  % % % %  will '" M %  .ill %  n KAPLAN r, f r. A t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 65C 3273 ELSIE BARBE1TE Mll.ANKS. Plaintiff, JOSE RAMON MILANKS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: J08E RAMON MM.A.N'l'.S l'.ii sh.'-.'.ia Avenue Apt. No. A-1"| Bronx S3, New York Vi >r ARE HEREBY notified :i Complaint for Divorce has riled against > and you are he required to serve a cop) ol your that i„ en r.-i.allgwei i" the Complain! on the Plaintiff, attorney. LESTER ROOERS. whose add %  -Is i'i'" N.W. llHi HI Miami, FI Ida, and rile the o of the Answer In tl" %  th. Clerk nt the Bli venOi Judicial I in ., ,| fot I '.i %  County, I loi I of MaI'ompli he taki ed by you DATED 251 11 da) l: "" i;: ; %  ( i, ii:M VN Clerk. COPELAND i El 'ITI I li loRDAX, i I n fi %  NOTICE OF SUIT Ti %  : El 'ill I II JORDA &f %  Blngli ivoinan. it' living, incl unkiiiiu ii -i ses of said Defet ,1ant If she has mai rh : and n ,:. ml, ii.-i unknon n he i -. devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, llenors, trustees, and nil other persons cla I m i n >; b) through, under or against these Defendants whose residence! an lliikin." n: YnC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai n suit innin .-a brought against you b) u l. DRIVER, as Administrator ni Veterans Affaire, an Officer of the i nii.il States nf America, anil his successors In such office, and bis or their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described propel t \. to-wll: Ix-t v in Block M, of CUTLER RIDTIE, SECTION FIVE, according to the pint thereof, as recorded in Pint Book 61'. ill pane I'.li, "f the public records of Dade County. Florida: and you are required to file your answer to said complaint with the Clerk ,,i the Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida, at th.Courthouse In Miami. Florida, "" or before May U. 1965, ami to serve a copy of such answer ii i I 'AVID P. CAT8MAN, PlalntIffs attorney, .Mm--.' address Is l'H Kasl Flagler Street, Miami. Blorlda, mi or before said date, as required by the laws of Florida. If you tail to .in .-". the complaint 'H be taken i by you and a I %  oree Pro --.. will be entered against you for the t.-li.-i demanded In thi '.!.i .in 11 VTEP Bl M ami, Florida, tl LE VTHERMAN, C %  %  • 1.. Nil ]. rk I Will, i VTtfMAN i 4/16-IJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICF IS in I lilVE lie it M.II %  under tl '•,,_ West 12th \.. %  %  • i! to st. • said mi • ttltl of the Circuit Co I'lTi: OF Ml VMI IXC R) Ji -. Nit Sim, :. I'.: p. \ I .. %  N'uvai leas w i 'I I .%  'N ... I 'I \ Ml IND it VRRY M ROHI IN Attoi in i roi Pepi i>f Miami, Inc i %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456 To Whom l. Ma) Concern: Notice i:hereby iiii.ii that the undersigned petitioners, JOHN JOKEPH SCHl'RO 'IV. and MRS. JOHN JOSEPH KCHUROWITZ, whose residence address in S\V. 59th Avenue. Miami. Da.I. County, Florida In the City of MIAMI. Dade County, Ityrlda, Intend t" apply to the Honorable BYRD \'. DI'KE, JR., Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit. In and for Dade County, at Ins office In the Count) Coun linns.-, at 9:30 o'clock A M mi the loth daj of May. i96i, or ;i> soon thereafter athe) may b>. li.'in-il. fur an order changing their names from JOHN JOSEPH s.'iii'ROWrrZ and MRS. JOHN JOHEPH 3CHUROWITZ, tn JOHN JOSEPH SHERWOOD ami MRS. JOHN JOSEPH SHERWOOD, b) which name tile, shall thereafter be known. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st il:i\ of April. A.D. 196T'. JOHN JOSEPH SCHUROWITZ and MRS. JOHN' JOSEPH Si'HCK.'WiTZ Petition! ITHEODORE FISHER All-.: m> J08 Ainsle) Building Miami. Flot Ids Phone: FR 9-0662 1 ;i i .: 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY CilVBN %  bu -in. of KENNED) H tends i Dade Count | FIN LET P MOSS



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f, April 23. 1965 UewfeftfforMb/? stering Storm About the Airwaves [By ROBERT SEGAL more than the question— Jfrakl 'i Rev. 1 ;l1 1 atClntiTB? lolved in current efforts to tjj to I lie controversial (minster lo buy Station Media. Pennsylvania. up against Dr. Mclntire i onr i i mderc-lap in a fester|,.. the airwaves. gin wit'i t"ie radio pulpit h nlready peppering the L ivilh his own brand of [is preaching on some 500 radio stations. He comes gve days a week; and his k. are In character with ex1 rightwlng oratory. elled by the Presbyterian in 1936, Dr. Mclntire has three decades since then himself trying to tear [the influence of the highly able National Council of fhes. His strategy includes the American Council %  istian Churches and taking role in the International ci! of Christian Churches (to | fhe efforts of the well-loved Council of Churches). Ofgecs where his rival pasgo pitches his tent, churns licity, and makes for jolly sion, thanks in part to the similarity in names of church organizations. when John P, Kennedy was running for President of the United States. Dr. Mclntire opposed the Boston irishman, partly becausi he was a Catholic. This was in keeping with the minister's general views on Catholicism, best represented perhaps in the following often-quoted statement Mclntire made Nov. 2, 1951: •The strengthening of the Roman Catholic Church throughout the work) involves the fostering of a false religion which enslaves hu! man souls in darkness and superstition, and from which the Protest-1 ; : nt Reformation of the 16th Century delivered us Rome will sell her secret confessional system i tor political world power. But acJ tually the Roman Catholic Church j becomes a 'spy system' through the priests, with the priests' loyalty j first to the Vatican. If that obtains j in other countries, it obtains, too, in } our country ... If the priest inside the Iron Curtain countries is a : 'Spy' for the Vatican states, why is not a priest in the U.S.A. the : same?" The celebrated Protestant jour nal. "The Christian Century," has wrapped up the Mclntire threat with one galloping editorial poke: "To Mclntire the World Council of Churches, the National Council of Churches, the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., the Roman Catholic Church, Jewish organizations, the United Nations and The Chri.-:ian Century are the leaders ol a great body of wickedness and should be destroyed." But even while saying this and even whi!e asserting that Mclntire's "methods are offensive, his goals disreputable, and his achievement calamitous," The Christian Century was still insisting that the question of the preacher's right to own or control a radio station needed to be treated with considerable more mercy than it was then being accorded. Indeed, the church paper was inclined to agree with the Minnesota Star which denounced religious and civil rights groups trying to block Mclntire's WXUR deal in Pennsylfl l n| '"•vv GFOSCf SIMON '•firemen's Installation fcu Bi ach Police and FireIBeneroleni Association held et dinner dance and installs officers for the coming Monda) in the Casanova W the Deauville Hotel. In Ol arrangements was Phil bal Chamber Unit Elects Simon George A. Simon, prominent realtor here, was unanimously elected president of the International Affa i-s Council of the Miami-Dade County Clumber of Commerce at the annual election of Board of Di rectors last week. Born in Belgium, educated there and in Germany and Switzerland, Simon arrived in the U. S. in 1940. served in the U.S. Army where he reached the rank of major. Entering tlie real estate Hold in 1948. he soon became well-known throughout Florida, being affiliated with many local civic, educational and social organizatii ns. Simon brings io the International Affairs Council of the Chamber his w c t European background to blend with the Latin American background of the Council's new executive dire: tor, Arthur L. Denchfield Jr., who recently joined the Chamber's staff. Increasing and more important participation Of the Chamber's in fluence and activity in the International Affairs will be undertaken by the International Affairs Conn cil in the near future and under the guidance of Amos Martin, new Chamber general manager, and the new Chamber president, Fred Bilhips, who was to assume his duties this Thursday. You park free at any Sheraton anywhere in the whole, wide world -and that includes New York City. Who else gives you a bargain like this? Free parking at all Sheraton "oiels and Motor Inns. It's just one more extra value for travelers from jwraton. Wherever you're driving, drive right up to Sheraton and park *"*. even at our four hotels in the heart of Manhattan (except for !" "*y and minimum rate single rooms at the Sheraton-Atlantic). n, i children stay free, too (in the same room with you). For Insured -ervations at a guaranteed rate at any of the 95 Sheraton Hotels ?nd Motor Inns throughout the world, just call your nearest Sheraton Jiotel or Reservation Office. In Miami call 377-0275. [?5 Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns vania. The Star's point was that you should not convict a man in advance regardless of how you may disagree with his views or distrust his intentions. And while the Federal Communications Commission is handling the hot issue of the Mclntire radio station purchase, it finds itself facing another thorny problem when it looks towards Dixie: The United Church of Christ, incensed by the failure of two television stations Page 7-C ing a newspaper. There is a distinct limit lo the number of channels on which to grant or deny free speech, sell cough medicine and warn of acid indigestion; and the federal government quite properly from the beginning took control of the granting of air licenses. In exercising that control, the FCC can and must demand accountings of the stations' stewardship. The public interest must be served; and increasingly, those whose points of view are not presented on the air are able to win access to the microphones. Rev. Carl Mclntire, who has in Jackson, .Miss,, to give Negroes built his baneful influence over the anything approaching a fair break, has been urging the FCC to deny renewal of licenses to the stations. Some 40 percent of the Jackson population is non-white; and civil rights devotees can get up a good air through hard work and persistence, may well find himself off base SOOn alter lie acquires WXUR ii he doc ] obtain it). And the Jackson television stations may soon find they -hall have to obey the head of steam in fighting the TV rules that call for fair treatment license renewals there. j 0 f all sides or else surrender their Well, how do we decide these license. issues? Remember, the use of the airwaves is far different from publishWhat happens about the use of the airwaves will be fascinating Irom now on. One of four murals depiclinq the Four Freedoms of the Atlant-c Charter decoratpd the Morris D. Wolfson Auditorium las' week as some 800 Temple Israel Reliqious School Students participated in the annual model Seder conducted by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot and Cantor Jacob Bernstein. Created by the students under the supervision <"if Mrs. Joseph Yanich, art director, the paintings wove in modern concepts of the fight for freedom with the age-old story of Passover. Go by modern Seaboard streamliner! The World's Fair, New England. Canadalet Seaboard take you on a gay. interesting trip there and back' Travel on Famous Streamliners SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR Your choice of MORNING or AFTERNOON DEPARTURES. Pullmans and reserved reclining-seat coaches; fine meals, lounge-tavern car; streamliner staff includes a REGISTERED NURSE. Liberal checked baggage allowance REDUCED FARES! IN COACHES: 30-day round-trip fares to the North on sale May 1 -Nov. 15. IN PULLMANS: 6-months round-trip fares for Pullman travel on sale every day. Wonderful "Package Vacations" WORLD'S FAIR NEW YORK THEATRE TOURS NEW ENGLAND CANADA World's Fair admission tickets at reduced prices available at Seaboard offices. For vacation literature, fares and complete information, see your Travel Agent or nearest Seaboard office. In Miami, Phone FR 1-6611. RAILROAD IHl ROUT! OF COURTEOUS SERVICE



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April 23. 1965 • %  Jew ist> fhrSdlian Paqe £-3 W I^L JW BBk -v M mr. ^^H V' h ^K /< >v aw* # / !" r OS I ^r* .1 mj&^ Emanuel Tropp Leaving Greater Miami T To Head Oakland, Calif. Jewish Center fftMNUfl TROPP Asa late director of the YMYWUA of Greater Miami, Bmanue] Tropp. will be leaving the community at the end of May to accept the position of executive director of Ihe Jewish Community Center of Oakland. Calif. Tropp is completing noarlv 13 years of service to the (ireatcr Miami YMHA. In his new capacity. Tropp will be at the head of an agency that serves the City of Oakland, as well as the entire counties of Alameda and Contra Costa. wi:h a popula tion of l.| million. The Oakland Center is a modern structure erected in 1958 at a cost of $750,000. During his long stay in Dade County, Tropp was active in many local communal and professional IS to Feature Noted Musicians jth monthly presentation of jit the Surf-Bal-Baj Branch, %  mi Public Library, "'" ,:ikc HMMsday. 8 15 p.m • '" Ihe PIT n: ihe Surfside Com y Center >r the general title. "Won| i : Music,' Mrs Joseph k. librarian, plans to pre(five films i>t musicians ami %  art. gtu HeifeU !'< rtrail of an a picture of his home %  nee life, and includes lleiMijring pieces by Debussy, iKski ami Paganini, among \ govia is show n m his Paris studio, discus-sing eharacter istics "f the guitar and playing se l> ctions on the instrument. •.Ian Peerce and Nadine Connor" has both artists perform solos as well as the joint duet from "Lu. ia." "Trio: Rubinstein, Heifetz and Piatigorsky" snows the three arti-ts discussing, rehearsing and per Conning part of Shubert's Trio in I! flat and Mendelssohn s Trio in I) minor The pro-rain will close with "Fes. tival in l'uero Rico." featuring Canadian contralto. Maureen Forrester, and the festival orchestra. J3:r Beth Sholom Mr. ami Mrs A Mart, h st. Bay Harbor Islands. |a shtdenl at Nautilus Junior* %  entli grade, ami exP" Jthletu-. including footpeball. basketball and Irack. jfpti'm in his honor will be N evening ,:t the Deaupotd. Mrlc Hershey -on of Mr and Mrs Kenlershey. 44PI N Baj U.I ^ ill TMitn-ah on Saturday morn. |Pf-'1. at Temple Beth Sho1 • studeni of the Beth ) Confirmation (lass of 5726. Vjn Maiden t*H Marten, son of Mr. victor Marden, ?;>.i \T. I Ml great grandson of r "waberg, "f New York %  "mie Krauos of Miami "wBwMitevahatCoB. %  w th Torah on Saturdav organizations, as well as on a number of national bodies. A member of Temple Israel, his two daughters received their religious education there— Naomi 21, now a student at San Francisco State College, and Jessica 12. His wife, Minna, has been affiliated with the National Council of Jewish Women and the Ceramic League of Miami. Tropp has served for many years nn the Board ol Directors of the Friends ot Chamber Music and on its Program Committee. He has been active in Ihe Combined Jewish \ppeal. having served as a member of the Campaign Cabinet for the Communal Services Division. He was one of the founding officers of the local chapter of the National Association ol Social Workers and also served as chairman of the Group Workers Staff Division of the W< hare Planning Council, Nationally. Tropp is recognized BS an authority on group work practice and theory. Holding a .Master's degree in social work from Columbia University, he is currently on the editorial boards o| the Journal 01 Jewish Communal Service ami Jewish Welfare Board Pro-rain \i' Off ,Hf HOLIDAYS W, 'H 4 NllCOPTER RIDE' h-wMrtsi, yicw 0| th# 7 Cte.1 ,„ ke a ride 7Pter f rom HUIPORT ""ARTHUR CAUSEWAY ,,,v ^NE HELICOPTERS FR 7-4191 Van attends .1. '111 I-' Kennedy Junior High School, where he is .. member of the orches;ra. At Beth Torah. he is a member of the INT Club and Choir. Attending the services will be his grandmothers. Mrs Sadie Mardcnfeld and Mrs. Sylvia Kluback. of Miami Beach. Van will be honored at a supper buffet at his home Saturda) Glenn Margolis Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Margolis. 01 19320 NE 23rd Ave.. X Miami Beach, will become Bar Mltzvah on Saturday morning Apr. 24. at Belli Torah Congregation. Glenn will be presented with a Bible on be-half ol the Molhe Ka haner Sisterhood. Harvey Greek Harvey, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Greek, of 2301 \F. rttrd St.. N Miami Beach, will become Bar Mltzvah on Saturday, Apr. 24. at I'.eth Torah Congregation. Harvey will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka bener sisterhood. HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL WEEIMAN CATERERS S -W. 27th AVENUE Ph. HI 3 2826 ings 3 Ur Man y fiends and Patrons GreJ wSW GARAGE !Nw 7 K .. tCKER AND MECHANICAL SERVICE ••HOUR -Ph PI 4.J 5 „ 115 SW 2nd ST-Ph. FR 3 7108 DR. MORRIS FISHMIN Dr. Fishbein Will Install Heart Officers Dr. Morris Fishbein. president oi the Chicago Heart Association and former president of the American Medical Association, will he keynote speaker and installation officer at the 17th annual dinner meeting oi the Heart Association of (.i eater Miami on Friday, 6:30 p.in.'. in the Playhouse Of Miami Springs Villas. Dr. Fishbein has also served as editor of ;!ie Journal ul the American Medical Association. He ha-; served actively on committees of the American Heart Association. He is the author ol 22 hooks and editor of 13 others, and hacon tributed to many periodicals such as the Saturday Evening Post, the Reader's Digest and Women's HOme Companion. Dr, Fishbein will install Dr, Marvin L. Meitus. o| Miami Beach, as president Of the Heart Association ol Creator Miami for 196546. Sirkin's Hat In Ring For Beach Council Milton Sirkm. real estate invest or ef Miami Bea.h. and a Jewish COmmona] leader, has filed for the City Council of Miami Beach race. Sirkin filed following a draft move by the League for Progress, which also drafted Councilman Ifchert L. Turchin during the 1903 election. Turchin joined the League's draft move of Sirkin. Sirkin, Si, was born in Macon, Ga., and spent his early years in Jamaica, N.Y. He and his Wife, Miriam, also an active Jewish community leader locally and nationally, moved to Miami Beach in 1938. Sirkin is president of the Men's Club of Temple F.manu-K! and second vice president of the Kiwams Club. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. HMTy Sirkin. and his wile's parrots. Mr ami Mrs Joseph Sugarlive here Current ly serving Ins second term on the Miami Beach Zoning 1 Board, he lives with his wife at 2024 No. Bay Rd. The couple have wo married sons. Dtck, a cireii lotion executive with the Charlotte. N'.C, Observer, and Josh, a practicing attorney here. Heller to Speak For ORT Here Men's American ORT will hear a talk by Daniel N'eal Heller at a brunch in the Morton Towers Res taurant on Sunday at 11 30 a.m. Heller, past national commander of Ihe Jewish War Veterans of the I S.A., will discuss his audience with Pope Paul VI and his visit to Israel during the Eichmann trial. 'Lohengrin' Slated In Concert Form Richard Warner's opera "Loh< • grin'" will be presented in conei form by the University of Miai 1 Symphony on Sunday, May 2. ar Monday, May 3. at Miami Bea and Dade County Auditorium. Conducted by Dr. Fabien Sev •zky. the performance will leatu the University of Miami Choi 1 Union, dine ted by Glenn Drap and six well known soloists: Nell Rankin. leading mezzo-s< .uio of the Metropolitan Opera. "Ortrud;" Marguerite Willauer. soprai N'ew Ycrk City Opera, as "Elsa Jean Deis, tenor, who has su j stellar roles in Italy, Svvi;zerlai and the United States, as "Loh< grin;" John Fiorito. baritone. New Y( City Opera, as "Tclranuind;" Ara Berberian, basso. New Y


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Page 2-A k H i*. t flcrMiari I^ay. April New U.S. Middle East Polu Apparel Industry report luncheon for the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal brings together two leaders in the Industry and Residents campaigns. Shown is Max Weitz (left), of Sybil's Women Shops, and a co-chairman of the Seacoast Towers Residents drive, receiving an award from John N. Serbin, of Serbia, Inc., honorary chairman of the Apparel Industry camp aign and 1965 Residents Division chairm an. Beachite Will Be Cited At Bayf ront Concert Seventeenth anniversary of the State of Israel will lie marked with a concert in honor of the Jewish community of Greater Miami by Caesar La.Monica on Wednesday, May 5. 7:45 p.m.. at Bayfront Park. Morris Epstein, of 1410 Euclid Ave., is responsible for the concert featuring Israeli and Yiddish songs. Epstein came here from Long Island, N.Y., seven years ago. Pour years ago, he approached Judge Henry Balaban with the proposal that the popular Caesar LaMonica outdoor concerts feature an annual program for the Jewish Community. They have been presented ever since. For his efforts, Epstein will be %  presented with a Key to the City, with Judge Balaban among honored guests at the function. Also invited have been~Miami \ Mayor Robert King High, Dade Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami City Commissioners David Kennedy, Steven Clark, Sidney Aronovitz and Alice Wainright. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will officially represent the Jewish community. A Progressive Bank INVITES YOU... You're probably us#d to youf old bank — but Jefferson National is no longer a newcomer our success has been phenomenal • and many of your friends and neighbors are now most enthusiastic clients because they I'ke the friendly, personal treatment they deserve from their bank. 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The reason given is that the national security interests of the United States require the avoidance of a Soviet trap, in which the Russians would like to see America linked with Israel in an arm race, while the Arabs turn to Moscow for arms and training. The new policy will create a situation in which both the United Stales and the Soviet Union are supplying the Arabs. It is apparent that the United States response to Israel*s needs will be exceedingly reluctant, cautious, and probably far below Israeli's actual requirements. America is deter! mined not to link itself openly with Israeli security requirements. The arms sent to Israel will be on piecemeal basis, accompanied by simultaneous shipments to Eyemen Name Dr. Pushkin Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, of Miami, has been appointed to a key past in the Southern Council of Optometrists for 1965-66. it was announced by Dr. Henry V. Sawyer, Marion, S.C., president. He will serve as a member of the Resolutions Committee. 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U.S. officials contend privately that Israel has nj real objection to American arms sales to Jordan, Lebanon. Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. According to these officials. Israel interested in Jordanian internal stability: Lebanon poses no real threat to Israel; Iraq is removed by geography and concerned with other problems; while Saudi Arabia is embroiled with Egypt in the Yeman dispute. Also, it was said here, the Israel Government does not want to see these countries turn to Communist sources for arms. The State Department is currently hopeful for a stabilization of the region, but is deeply concerned lest Israel undermine present trends by armed action in the water dispute. Officials have pointed out that the latest studies show that the cost of converting sea water may prove very economical, and that it might be available within five years. President Johnson is depicted as believing that the Joint U.S.TERMITES SWARMING? Israel desalination pro> 1 I" Progress nu, ^"M Wattr problem. Meanwhil, hoped that ls, 4t | wl( ," e /. patience and r es t r ,i n water issue despte Arab cations. v ih *r n, tende* merged here conwrteajj, %  appu 'i nsion v< • !--jeli m_ removes was nance h] ''•''• '--i'' standing ..vmfa support [arael m eveni of' Youth Study Sessions Next in the series of sti sions for the youth of TJ EmanuEl will beheVonfls? 4 p.m.. at Dr. Irving u 'home. Mrs. Murry MaisH, man of the Youth Vommissia r.ounced. Participants are and junior Ugh school studen terested in broadening their ft horizons by further study. Shrinks Piles Without Surgeij Stops Itch-Rf!ieYe$ I New York, N. Y. (S p-bl) -For( first time science has founds! healing substance with the ut Ishing ability to shrink hen rhoids, stop rectal itch i relieve pain—without surp In case after case, whileg relieving pain, actual redact (shrinkage) to %  service.Morcover. Riverside Chapels...cony, in* i .•";';. in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and North Dads urnmserve all fifty states! 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Fcge 8-C ••JfmlstirkrIdH&n Humphrey Takes ADL Award By Special Report LDJ of the New York phase of the merit \ increasingly energetic efLcague's nationwide drive to raise forts toward achieving constituC'alling the past ten years in $4 534 ,xxi in announcing the camttonally guaranteed civil rights for American history "The Freedom paign goal, Dore Senary, national all Americans in our time." Senary Decade" Vice President Hubert H. ihairman of the League, nid UM Mid the role of human relations „„„„,,..„. %  -., wpek warned human relaions agency Is expandagencies must also be increasingly Humpbrej last iek warned ^ ^ flve-point pro-ram tenenergetic "if the forces of reaction afeinot accepting "small plans Jt ,~ r .., 0 ncei lne ncw ant | urgen t anci bigotry are to be defeated small results and partial sue nee ds ul a rapidly changing so% %  %>;,. have been pledged to that in the not vet completed ciety." task for more than half a century." for equal justice and equal The five points include civil the LeagtM chairman told Vice opportunitv rights action of many types, re President Humphrey, "and ba %  -search in the areas of prejudice and eoal has never been more clearly •We must resolve to regard M ^ mxU m AwMon for ,„.,in rigfll each partial success as a stepping pr mter o n up an d interreligious %  tone in the exhilarating task of understanding, community relaesteSdtag the benefits of civilizations programs on a grass roots lion to people everywhere," Mr. level, and efforts tojmprove_ Uu> Huniphre> said. midst of indifference, ideals in the midst of cynicism, belief in the midst of despair" in order to main tain 'new faith in old dreams.*' "If there is anything new under the sun. let it always be in America." the Vice President concluded. In presenting the Human Rights Award to Mr. Humphrey. Amba>•ador Stevenson cited the Vice Presidents leadership in the civil rights battle and the Nuclear Teal Ban Treaty as being "indicative of his \ i.sion and courage." "Every American should be grateful that the air we now breathe is cleaner — that our children are getting a better share of the cr^^ •<" %  of ratified H • State, Kp-ni Stevenson d, c |„^ He added thai m W the deb, thhSS world owe hi m to, ,£** he welfare of hman Realty and Construction Company, was dinner chairman. Chester H. Roth, chairman of the board of KayserRorh Corp.. :s chairman of the NoYork ADL Appeal ohrec recalled that the week marked the tenth anniversary of the day a Nej 1 so e-. standin defense of her n liberty refused to back of the bus. An an unknown young Baptist minis. ': found hum ic MontHe i i Rt • King returned to en la-1 month "not as an unknown preacher, not as the r Of a spontaneous boycott, but as the Nobel laureate 1 -ynibolizes America's eommitil] tiie promise of the ncipation Proclamation. T %  -' %  past ten years have dem%  : thai America still pos• the energy, faith and spirit which first established lreedom on these' shores. the Vice President Srted. Be went on to say that although the battle for equal rights not vet ever. victor\ is certain." The American determination "to finish the struggle of those still held in chains" is reaffirmed in the proposed Voting Rights Bill, Mr. Humphrey asserted. He characteriied President Johnson's war on poverty as further affirmation of the American faith in "compassion and justice." • dream was never eived in t (lence of conservative* but in the in-art-, "f vis-." who saw America ai r the renewal of the human the \ Ice President 1 The Appeal dinner, attended by %  UN I M b eiaiaea s and comleaders, mart openimage of minority groups by ficht ing defamation and stereotypes. The League has headquarters in Humphrey urged the gathering to continue to demand "creativity and intelligence of the spirit ... of our leaders — and of ourselves." ._ mt ^^m* "We need an America with the New York and 27 regional offices „j st iom of experience, but we must throughout the country to Carry uot j el America grow old in spirit," forth its program. t h e Vice President said. Praising the federal governHe called tor "compassion in the Coupli le Attend Leaders' Confab Participating re entlj in a leadership conference of the American Friends of the Hebrew I tuversity in Jerusalem, Israel, e Mr and Mrs. Nathan Nash, ,ich. and Mrs Nash ;>re contrib the new Miami Huniani Building soon to be erected on the Jerusalem campu> oi the He brew University. While seeing the many new additions to the (iivat Rnn campus of the university, they visited the site of the Miami building along with Mrs Tru dy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, and Jack S. Popick. who are contributors to the huildint and who were present in Israel to attend the Board of Governors meet in as which preceded the conference. Mrs. Nash is also a Woman of the Book, and she will see her name in the illuminated bonk on permanent display in the Jewish National and University Library. 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Fag* 8-A >Jewish tlcrldHan tion; Abe Eisenstein, co-chairman, Buildinq Committee; Milton Kahn, treasurer of the congregation and chairman of the BuildFriday, A pril 23, 19 Human Reiati^ Meet at U of M ''',"-' : "" h -' S "'" Planned be i piversit) 1 \i ami Ch !" the Florid., Council on fiff UtiWM for Us all-da> %  S vm ^ on Concern to be held \\^\ the university. Presented 1 1 Southern Stud m H ... Rcu.i Proje 1 ol Mie 1 ; £g* ttonal Student Ass ciation %  1 th %  in Flcrida. Purpose 1to present ideas trp hr '• %  i ts involvej In '' ial political, and vvm If uea to stu lents and membersl .lie local community lor their. ei .-ion ami eventual act • Panelists and guesi speakoJ Architect Frank Meyer shows projected plans for expansion of Kneseth Israel Congregation to the rabbi and officers of the *ann. treasurer 01 ra tuny.^u.^„„ ...--...-.. —; ~%£ p|(| ^ Df ...... corwreqation at 1415 Euclid Ave. Seated (left to right) are ing Committee; Dave Eisenstein chairman of the board JosM;|t ]iI | M JoseSvSkinaVco chairman. Building Committee; Benjamin epk Nadler. irlct ptwhkrt_ci to ttMqogBbqn and CCXfrrirDinl D| „ Franklin ifi Weinberg, co-chairman, Building Committee; and Meyer. Standing (left to right) are Rabbi David Lehrfield; A. Shaffran. Building Committee; Louis Dublin, presi dent of the congrega man. Building Committee; Jacob Siegel, Building Committee: and Oscar Schapiro, co-chairman, Buildinq Committee, treme rear is Cantor Abraham Seii. Seymour Samet to be honored Sunday; AJCommittee Reelects Mrs. Finkelstein Greater Miami Chapter of Ameri• n Jewish Committee at its an1 ial meeting at the DuPont Plaza > otel will pay tribute to ils former eeotive director. Seymour Samct. Now on the staff of the Com1 unit> Kelations Service in Washgton, Samet will be guest of honor the dinner which has as its chair1 an Judge Harold B. Spact. Judge > i>act is a past president of the lapter and currently serves on its xecudve Board. Manheim Shapiro, national director of the Jewish Communal Affairs Department of American Jewish Committee, will speak on 'The Jew in a Free Society." Well-known in Dade County as director of the Bayville Study, a Jewish attitudes survey held in Dade County several years ago, Shapiro has lectured and written Social Club n Third Seder Miami Friendly Social Club will t kl a Third Seder on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation. Program will include traditional assover songs offered by the club's loral group. Also featured will be the cele.lion of birthdays and anniverries of members Charles Sokol will be honored th .1 plaque for his work as fi1 ancial secretary of the organiza01 extensively on the subject of Jewish identity. Mrs. Bernard (June) Stevens, whose "Dupont Plaza—9" was enthusiastically received at 1964% an. nual meeting, this year encores with "Footnotes 195." Proposed slate to be presented by Nominating Committee chairman. Dr. Louis Lemberg, includes the reelection of Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein as president of the chapter. Other nominees are: Honorary president. David B. Flecman: vice presidents. Alfred Boas. Alvin Cassel. James R. Kitz man. Dr. Joseph R. Narot; secretary. Robert I. Shapiro; financial secretary. Myron M. Behrman; treasurer. R. W. Apte. Executive Board. Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Dr. Charles Beber. Julian 1. Burg. Morris S. Burk. MrAnita Crown. Eliot M. Daniels, Joserh I. Davis, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Dr. Samuel A. Feldman. Aaron A. Foosaner, Dr. Edward J. Fox. Richard I. Furman. Melvyn B. Frumkes. Dr. Arthur I. Gilbert. William E. Gladstone. Melvin N. Greenberg. Jerome G. Greene. Dr Norton llalpern. Marshall S. Harris, Melvin Harrison. Dr George Jacobson, Mrs. Aaron M Kanner. Gerald Katcher. Walter K< \ ni 1. Dr. Louis Lemberg. Dr. Robert LHowitz, Ira K Mogul, Kenneth If. Myers. Richard A. Pallet. Col. Nathan B. Rood. Mrs. Joseph 1 li senblum., Dr. Jack J Rozen Mrs Raymond R. Rubin, Howard R Srharlin, Rabbi Stanford Seltzer, Mis. Leonard M. Silverman, Dr. the community's human relations progress. illiaij rtean ol University r :>._.<• ^ lty 1 I Miami; Clan %  cc .limes ami Herald stall v riter; Dr.! ^ '••ail ('. Jones. University of Fl| ida; Haley Sofge, Miami Housi Authority: Tho m ,1 s \\eatl_. Dade Court!} Ec noinic "ippun'J Samet joined the Greater Miami ity Program; Margaret TaylJ Chapter of the American Jewish Palm Beach Count} Health Committee in 1952. during which P ,rtme "*: Dr Thorn;.P lUrJ man CommuniU Services Fan he interpreted the organization's program to groups in Florida, trained lay leaders in community relations skills, and acted as consultant to public and private agencies concerned with race relations. InterreUglous affairs, intergroup tensions and adult education in human relations. During his tenure, he was professional consultant to the Governor's Commission on Race Relations. Dade County Council on Community Relations and the Florida Council on Human Relations. tion; John Bethea L'niversitj Miami; Nathaniel s Rolle. AJ principle. Carver High School M*S. CMARUS F/NXEtSTEIN Bernard Silverstein, Judge Harold B. Spaet. Mrs. Robert Spero, M. A. Sum berg. Kenneth Treister, Barton S. Udell. Stanley S. Watts. Marshall Wise. Broward County Section, Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. chairman. Mrs. Philip Weinstein Jr.. co-chairman. Prior to his arrival here, he was assistant director of the Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Community Council of Essex County in New Jersey. Israel Wins Bonn Agreement] Continued from Page 1 A ration that West Germany n\ not send any more irms to rael, as West Germany had prg| posed before the talks began. The '"'linl party" formula j enable West German; la lomplet shipment of the arms to L-ra| while still adherii > to its stand] not sending arms to areai ten-ion." T'ne agreement n the ISMK I contracts for such nork In En %  STEAKS, CHOPS AND SEAFOOD Hal Rude.-'s Orch. for Dancing from. 10 Ex. Mondays Robin Hood • D.NNERS FROM SI.95 • LUNCH RA&V 'S'JUDAY-DINNER ONLY* BISCAYNE BLVD. & N.E. 36 ST. 371-2621 FOR RESERVATIONS Cockta Is 65c from 1-6 P.M. Hit and Cola Hois D'OtuvirSamet was among those contributing to the establishment of the Vest German scientists in lq\ Dade County Community Relations provides that, while \U-t tier Beard in 1963. and he became its will no: adopt legislation apl executive director prior to his dethe scientists. 11 will take -tepsl Advisory Board, Col. Jacob M. parture fiom Miami to assume his enure their return and to keepi lArvey George I. Bertman, Sheppresent post with Oov. Collins in ditional scientist) from accepoT| ard Broad. Albert F.instein, Charles Wtahfalg ton. II. Finklestein. Samuel Friedland. Paul R. Gordon. Mrs. Jennie Gros| singer. A. J. Harris. Aaron M. Kanner. Jay Kislak. Morris Lapidu-, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, S. C. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis. Baron deHiTSCh Meyer. Sidney Meyer. Max Orovitf, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Leo Robinson, Dan B. Ruskin. Sam E. Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet. William Singer. Harry Simonhoff. A. A. I'n: ar, Dr. Joseph II. Weidberg, Joseph Weintraub, Henrj E Wolff. Col. 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L April 23. 1965 +Jf*istiik>riciian Pagell-B r?jf*£ I ,; BBYO Reelects Ferdie President Aiiulee R. Kcrdie, 34-year-old Coral Gables attorney, was re-1 elected president of the Greater Miami Board of Directors of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in the April election held at the Alca-1 zar Hotel. Ferdie has served on the board tor seven years and is a past i president of the Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge. He presently serves as a vice president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges and is also president of Temple Zamora, state commander of the Jewish War Veterans Department of Florida, vice president of Miami Multiple Sclerosis and vice chairman of the Dade County Urban Renewal | I Agency. A\. died Apr. 12. Uiv.-rrtde. MANN. Mrs. Kqrar, T7. of 7t!>" lllsi St., died Apr. IS. Newim %  BACHRICH. Katlh i in.-. VI. of s\V 2Sth SI • I %  •-• %  Api l. Rlvei i SIEGEL. Philip. .1, ••! 1570 Menu Aw., died Apr :• Service! wen yui en*, M. T. Rlvi i — iI• krnbers of Alpha Omega Auxiliary at their Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mishkin, Dr. and Mrs. Hytcessful film premiere at the Mayfair man Levine, and Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rothfield. eatre to raise funds for the Dental Clinic at Members of the Auxiliary also work as volriety Children's Hospital. Left to riqh* are unteers at the hospital. ~y ge Harold B. Spaet (second from left), honorary president lie Jewish Home for the Aged, receives a Miami BeauuficaCommittee Award of the Month from Miami Mayor Rob[King High (second from right). E. Albert Pallot (left), Miami utification Committee chairman, and Jonathan G. Seychairman of the Awards Sub-committee. The award presented for the Home's "functional architectural deand the development of an appropriate and aesthetic 3scape program. Judge Friedman In Washington With Celebrezze Miami Municipal Judge Milton A. Friedman has been invited to meet in Washington with Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Anthony .1 Celebrezze to discuss the Miami court's alcoholic rehabilitation program. A select number of other judges from leading courts throughout the country will also take part in the meeting set for Friday. Judge Friedman was among the : first in his field to take judicial I notice of the alcoholic problem and institute a program of rehabilitation for habitual offenders. Ferdie serves on the board of the Coral Gables Optimist Club, Coral Gables Bar Association, Economic Opportunity Program and the Dade County Young Democratic Club. Reclected as vice presidents were Maurice Fincgold, Mrs. Marion Sussman and Mrs. Donna Feidman. Additional vice presidents elected were Dr. Sidney Pavilack and David Sacks. Reelected secretary-treasurer was Arthur Horwit. and reelected counselor was Mrs. Bcrnice Steinhatier. Members of the Executive Committee are William Sheade. Sam Nieberg, Betty Mayor. Sidney Palmer. Marvin Pearlman, Ansel Wittenstein Ell Hurwitz, Joe Gorenstein. Bob Blacker. Bob Blake. Ge rge Bernstein. Edith Bassman, Harry Rosen, Sidney KateShirley Marks. Fishing Captain Wins Free Trip A deep-sea fishing captain, WilItrd C. Foust. skipper of the "WillDo." has won the free trip to Lutaya offered by the new Inter American National Bank at Sunny Isles. Capt. Fousl was selected winner :'t the bank. All new dept or checking and saving ac iligibu and entries lOi >d Mar 19. fee trip to Lucaya offered by InterAmerican National Bank • won by Wiilard C. Foust. of 16500 Collins Ave.. a deepl fishing captain. Maria Saenz. Miss Colombia, officiates at [selection of the winner, with Norman M. Giller. president ^American. >rth Shore JWY Installs Officers I i terana North Sh:>re .'"' installed CommanderJHerman Press during cere%  last week at the Algiers "ig as vice commanders for "< are Neil Frieden, Max LeVine and Charles Ronfeld. A veteran of the Miami Beach Police Force. Press organized the Miami Beach Police Athletic League in 1961, serving as its direct01 since then. Israeli Star Performs Here Avrum, Israeli accordionist and singing star, performed for Young Israel Collegiates on Sunday eveai the Normandy isle WashFederal Auditorium. Avrum has appeared locally and icurrently featured al a New York nightclub. Coil, id young adults between 18 and 25 attended the event. In charge of information was I Arthur Spotter. Sam Schechter Rites Held Here Sam Schechter. of 114 8th Tor.. Di. Lido Island, died Saturday, Apr. 17. at the age of 59. He was a resident here for more than -10 years, coming from NewYork. Mr. Schechter was the original owner of Lindy's Restaurant. In the hotel business for more than 37 years, he was past owner and manager of the Atlantic Towers Hotel and owner and manager of the Shore Club Hotel at the time of his passing away. Mr. Schechter was a member of Temple Emanu-EI and an army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife. Glory a; two sons. Evan J. and Barry: and a daughter, Mindy Sue. Services were Monday, Apr. 19, at Riverside Alton Road Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Ben Essen Specks to Forum Ben Essen was guest speaker < I Sunday evening for the monthl meeting of the YMHA Forum ; 850O SW 8 St. His topic was "My Grandfather House." The "Y" Forum is a mo thly discussion group for adul open to the public. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OPiTHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AMCTTOR-OADc COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO 65C-4296 i.nVKi.i.. INC, a i lorida Cornoratlo Plaintiff JAMES K lti:il> MIL I XKI.l.IK BUB RKin, hi* wlfi : I1ENNIE ffZA T M.SKI. IIH<1 l >R( .THY 8ZAT M.SKI, lii wife, I lefi ndant* NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: .IA.V1KS E. R.KID .111.1 NKI.I. s 1 • 1-: 1:1:11), 12 li vlnton Road Mllledgevllle, neorgla Vi|ARE HEREUV M'TIKII 1 that u Complaint i< Foreclose M01 gage c ncumhcrlng the folio* I property, to-wlt: i.m s, Block IS, The Amend* Plat of the Tropics, nccordlna 1 the plal thereof, recorded In I'lii book I". Pave IT. ..f the Publl recordti %  .! Dade County, Florldi 31)33 N.W. ;• T i li Street, togeth. with flxturi s and appliances 001 tallied thi n in. aa d< -. 1 ii., .1 in aal lllurtgllgl has i"' M filed again*! you and vim ;i heri i.\ I.IIILI' a 1.. nerve a cop) %  your An*wer i< the s.iiil Complnl %  11 1 In Atinr r the Plaint I ,. in.orhrlnnl Answer in i I Ifflre • •. the 1 '1. 11, of the "inirt 'ii "i 1 %  .. the -iiM das 1 i ..,". ..ii.. iv :... the nllegatim lain! v. ill he taki n n.nfi -s, ii i.\ > mi. II VTKI 1 : bin ih .l.iv of April. I! '. R R LI! 1 III i:i:.MAN nf • h. 'in .1:1 Cnurl is.1 l!j K M I.V.M N I '.|.ui\ 1 "lei k HARRY I' TEITHI.MAN Vttm lies for 1'lalntlff W :Ui Mlani Floi t ::.;-::.. : 0'fi"ating at the ceremonies Was Marie ?acm. Miss Colombia. The winner was congratulated by Norn-an M. Giller, president of InterAmerican Bank, and Faye Abby Moors, vice president in charge of community relations. (iihi Ruth Bernanl, dl iner f< Fontainebleau Hotel; i 1 lolden Bt a h D''.. linner lor two al the Colonial Inn; Dr. M M. Krop, ol 12423 NE Miami pi., dim er I r two at the Doral Beach Hotel. The weekend won bj Capt. Fousl included plane transportation, as well as a choice room. Mrs. Krensky's Father Passes Miami Jewish corni k following the death ol i 11fatht \ Mr. Val Messe, ol • e I %  ngo Hotel, 5520 So. sin.re Dr., : ii e age ol 86. Mr. Messe was a Miami Beach v inter i esidi ni for many years. In addition to M^ w ife, R ise, hi local survivors include Mrs. Kren%  kj %  children, Herlx rl Krensky, :; Gi ard Mrs. Harry B. i. and seven grandchildren, /ices ..nii interment v < re In j Apr, 22. BLOCK \ w v. ..I nf nun ww rth -' ,i ,i \i II She had "i.i.i, h, hoini hi *.' for t hi ;;. .. i I"H, i nmliiH frnni llniion, MnHH. Mi %  -. Block wan prttaldi nl "i the Ohewed Khet I'.nn-. and an offl, ,r nf ill.' In HI. r Mluml Ilehrew 1 I itlnn She wan ..n ih. Hoard nf I ilrertm nf Heth 1:1 i*..n^r. L.I i-.n mill a memher nf the Mlarachl Womi n'n i H a n Isntlon. Snrvlvora Include ;i pon, Ulan Miller, nf Hollywnnd. Calif.; rln wrhte Mm Iri n< '.—of Miami Reach; two brother*, Nathan Miller, Miami, and Hj man Mllli r, Miami Ri aoh; and three ... i, |di n Si rvlci wi re held TuoHila.v nl i im dn h*uni rnl 11 ui.h Interment In Wnodlawn t'em• i. ry. i CANTER. Benjamin. 73, of 312 JefKLE.NMAN. Ml 89, of 1500 Uli K.I Rlvei M.I. LEVY. Pellx, 3, nl 100 I. in, ..in Rd \. w 111.111. WEINER, Mis. Rose, 86, of %  •-'n NE 127th St Rlvei *lde. ELKIN, Ni.iiii.r, 57, .if 751 Btlclld IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 65C-4346 I.EnXARU M. Prh-dland and RITA ii:ii:iii.A.\i i. hi* ivlfe, Plaintiff*, \ a, JENNIE IIOIIS5K1.I-IXO, a xlnRle IUI; ril.\i:u:s IIURZELLINO, el nl.. i I irfeiidant*. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JENNIE BORZBLLTNO :: K) Atlantic Avi nui AtluniKCity;, N. w .1. raey; rHAKI.KS ZnltZKl.l.iNi and i married, — B ORZETJJNe dead or are not known to be Florida ha* bei n fill tl iigaln*! you, and > i ure h-i • nl to sel %  %  > cops i u er • r pleading in the Coi ii I 'lalntli i *' Attorne> .1 i IK I I.MAX, i. 15 l.ii., iln Rn I An er i i • II, 2 lih .1 -' II, 1*5. I %  foi %  he M in i demand l ; ..ii ., %  in ,I;I:I i nl I H K. II, l.i: '.TIIKKMAN .HI 'ourl U> ,. \l LTMAN I., puty I I 23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6W45-C IN RE Batute of II VRIIARA IRENE FEUER I icceaxi .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'l"n All I 'r. dltol H .iinl All I', Having Claim* or Demands A -I. it,-: Y.m are herebj notified and i to ir>. in any olalma and d. n..in.is which you mas have against the i xtate of BARBARA UtE.N I Kl'Ell deceaiu il late of Dade I loui ty, Florida, i" the County Judges % %  Dade County, and file tinsame in duplcHte and a* provided In Bectloi 733.li), Klorida Ktatutea, In their fi i %  • %  s III ill* Count) Courthouse In Dai County, Florida, within six calendar month* from the time of the first 11. .ii in i. ,ii. or the same s ill i I... HI a l MI. .1 .ii Mi. .ii. Florida, tliis 21st k|ii II, \ I l';.".. .IAN I-I:I i:u


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Page 4-B ^JenisWcric/teiti Friday. Aoril ADA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Ada (Mrs. Andrew) Greenfield, as a little girl in New York City, was always interested in tlie music and lilt of words. At school, she loved composition and was always writing. She feels that unconsciously her mother must have been a poet because of her rhyming and beautiful thinking. Ada went to Columbia, taking a creative writing course. She worked as a secretary, but was always the one to do the dictating and writing of letters, no matter what job she held. She met her husband at a Charity Ball while he was going to Cooper I'nion in New York, and they waited until he graduated as a civil engineer before they were married. Their three children were teethed on rhyming — Ada had a flair for writing for and to children. Time for writing wasn't as easy to find in those days as it is now. The children are grown up now with families of their own. All of Ihem Have inherited a part of their mothers talent. The children arc son Daniel and Ruth, who live in Westport, Conn.; daughter Judith and David If. Levitan. Long Island, N.Y.; and daughter Janice and Arthur Weiss, who live in .Miami. Among them the Greenfields have six grandchildren. After spending much time in Miami since 1927. the Greenfield.moved here to live in 1935. Ada is a life member ol the Woman's Press Club of New York City and a member of ASCAP. As a member of the Miami Music Club, she did a club radio show for two years on WVCG. She was one of the founders of the Cardiac Hospital here. She belongs to the Laramore Ruder Poetry Group and attends meetings faithfully. She goes to all of the Civic and Community Con cert Series She has given invitational readings of her poetry at the Auditorium and Surfside Library, as well as other places. She has an irresistable pen. having written many poems, song lyrics and prose which has been published Two of Ada's better known songs are "When in My Heart, which Roberta Petersang, and "America is a Beautiful Word.'" the music of which was written by Miami's own Jacques Wolfe, composer of "Shorfnin" Bread." Ada also uses the name Ada Greenfield Morely. behind whuh is an interesting story. Dan aspired to the stage and didn't want a prosaic name, so he legally changed to .Morely. Janice alto used the name Morely in her writing, so mother uses it too. bringing them all close together. Ada has tried to write recording to a time schedule, but she finds that it doesn't work because of the requirements of her home, garden, husband, and keeping in close contact with her children. However, she doesn't nerd a time, a feeling, or an urge. All she needs is to pick up the pen. and the words flow quickly and smoothly. The Greenfields have an Open Door home, where friends are always welcome. They like to entertain at small dinner parties with people who belong together. Interested in the same things. Discussions about music, art and writing go on tar into the night. Ada admires and envies women who can use their hands — who can knit, sew or paint. Ada, with a pen, you do the very same thing. ... F OP. HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COLORFUL, FASHIONABLY DESIGNED, ASSORTED SIZES Choirs Table* T*bl* Linen* China Siltf Glosswor* Trayi COHM L %  '•! lart Dane* Floori Personalized Service RENTALS "AT YOUR SERVICE N YEARS" Telephone 633-3281 1790 N.W. 35th AVE., MIAMI 42, FLA. Tauber, Tavss Engagement Told Engagement ol Miss Diane Lynne Tauber was announced this week by her parents. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tauber, of 5251 SW 3rd Street. Her fiance is Allan Richard Tavss. son of Mr. and Mrs. Many Jay Tavss. of 3930 SW 5th Ter. Miss Tauber is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and the II rida College of Medical Technology She is currently employed by a Miami Beach physician. Mr. Tavss is a graduate of Miami High, attended Washington University at St. Louis, and will graduate from the University of Miami in June. I He will ho employed by the Cnited States PublkHealth Service. His fraternity is Alpha Kpsilon Pi. g 1965 Forty-Niners^ViF Install Officers Irving Schatzman, reel, M. I .dent of the Forty-:WnerYiffl pie EmanuKl will be instated.! dinner at the Tempi,. „,., ~** .^evening, „;;„„,„ ^ Elected to serve Schat 2 man are vice preside,-. Bet-stein.Benjamin Epst, H Schenker. Max Striken itaonrj MISS DIANE TAOBE* Israeli Group Instillation Set Israeli Group of lladassah officers will be installed by Mrs. Nat berth, president of Miami Beach Chapter, on Monday. Following the luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. R. M. Schwartz will present a musical program, with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano Mrs. Samuel Appel is president ol the Israeli Group. 'U MISS SHARON SCHATZ Sharon Schatz Betrothal Told To Mr. Katzker Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sehntr. 3658 SW 22nd Ter. announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Kaye. to Leonard Katzker. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katzker, 7791 SW 1Mb St. An August wedding is planned. Dunskys Reveal Tessa's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunsky, 18201 NE 10th Ave., N. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tessa Dunn, to R man; treasurer. Bon 1. „e n. nancial secretaries, Mrs Sim, m Berstein, Harry Feldmar record. ing secretary. Mrs. Wolf I -wanter assistant recording secretary Mis Freda Salit: sergeant al | ni.B Moskowitz. and social -CretanMrs. Charlotte Frankel Board of Directors are 'r and Mrs. Joseph Averbook, \: \,.., le Benenson. Frank Benjai. a, \|r and Mrs. David Berger '.rand Mrs. Simon Berstein, Mr d Mrs Martin Blitz, Mrs Ettic I lae.Mrj! Samson Davidson, A.iron :rdman, Mrs. Fannie Erdos, Mr d Mrs! Benjamin Epstein. Isid Mr. and Mrs. S. Flanzbaurr Mr and Mrs. Max Fonberg, Mr id Mr*. Morris Fox. Mr. and Mrs LaxGerstein. Mr and Mrs Woll Mrs. Fannie Goldberg, Green. Mr. and Mrs A Ellas Halpern, Mr. and jaiiiin Harris, Mrs Ro orvath, Mr and Mrs It u !> i n iyman, Charles Iger, Mrs \nm Kresco, Ben Levine. Mr and M Louis Meyers, Men Moskowitz, da Newman. Mr. and Ml Benjamin Posner. Louis Ruddies, Mrs, Freda Salit, Mr and M Irving Schatzman, Irving Siller -r. Ellis Schnitzer, Mr and Mrs Morris Sicilian. Mrs. Nathan Slut -r. Mr. and Mrs. Max Striken and Ir and Mrs. Harrv Weinstein. Torah Fund Lunch on Beach Mrs. Herbert S Shapi president of the Sisti remote Bmenn-El, announced I week that the annual Torah F id Matilda Scheehtcr Luncheor will be held on Thursdaj \pr 28 II a.m., a: the home of Mrs liar: Koretlky. 6145 La Cone Dr Miss Lillian Goodman. airman ol the luncheon, said 111 will go toward > instruct ol I dormitory to house young v ho stud> at the Teachers nstiMl oi the Jewish Theological seminar) of America in New York The program will feati i '"fsage by Dr. Irving Lehri m. the Temple's spiritual leader, i Cantor Zvi Adli r and •

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Page 12-C *• kUt fkrkfi&r Friday. April UN Body Adopts Religious Bias Rule GENEVA — t JTA > — The United Nations Human Rights Commission adopted last week parts of a draft convention on religious intolerance which would guarantee certain Basic rights fur Jews and other> whose rights are denied in one form or another in \ariouparts of the world. Iraq and the three Communist members of the Ccmmission — representing the I'SSR. I'kraima anil Poland — fought some of the pro ,nand voted : an I none <>f the provisions could be app!. 1 ~>w<-t Union unle.-s the CSSR uiment. One of the freedoms guaranteed in the approved portions of the cfraft convention grants to all believers the freedom to observe their faith's rituals, including observance of dietary and other practices of one's religion, and Optimist Club Oratory Contest Coral Ga' Club ahost to the Zone In c > r-j t o r > Contest on Thursday at thr Air liner Hotel Representing Coral Gable* I >p timist Club -• R ic h a r d Schwartz, a I Poi ce dLeon Junior Hi^h Judges for the zune contest • %  ere Circuit J u d g •• J. G'.i>rr: Par ker. Cit> of Miami Commissionei David Kennedy, and Dale Count) Commissionei' Kar' Starnes ( man of the zone contest a Ainslee R. Firdi' and heutena-.t JO\ ernor is Theodore Goldstein Takurj secoi I sla< e in '•abl^s cm te • of Glades Junior High Tl place uent to !i %  : South Miami Junior High Other participants >nald Tila, Danfe I I larj Ziegler. all of Kinlocli I'ark Junior Hi^'h; Kim I. Junior lluli Rob) I Bum Ponce: and Jo.Collins, Columbus High School. r*WWWW\~ r^WN-**N^W THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NffOS f0 fTS THRIFT SHOP AN V*ur furniture, Clofhinf, linens. Dishes, Orapes, ffc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27fh AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ROOF LEAK? c A L r VICTOR (O.W Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: AOII-: 0-1* CO, 685-1952 the ma/H/facturt or import of object*, foods or other articles and facilities customarily used in such observance. That proposed right, important for Soviet Jewry, was strongly opposed by the delegates of Russia, the Uk raine and Iraq. The Iraqi delesate proposed re placement .>f UM paragraph by ;. more genera! text omitting all re Terence t'> oiet^r> toodl am! th' right to pr.-luce or import them Th<> Irjqi amendment was rejecter! b) 13 to fi.ur. with to"r abstentions The four negative sotes were cast by Iraq Poland, the Soviet l mor line The paragraph %  uthen %  i£inal bj IT to three, w::h one ab:. % %  :•• %  -:• red bj Iraq, I d the i on, ami %  .. :••<: r>\ 16 ;•> 2 with thre" with freedom to o.\ local, regional and national associatio: of a religious nature, and to communicate with co-religionistiad lai ,<.l added to this clause amendment guaranteeing the right to organize, maintain and .|>ate in international associa. • i : .. religiooj character Is raei' proposal as adopted b> 14 In *n earlier acton, the Commission, after sharp debate, sent a Polish proposal for maximum efforts by member states to hunt down and punish all Nazi war crimina's to a working group to draft n acceptable resolution. The Polish resolution asked al 1 find and punish w.:r criminals • 01 erl h manity during W • ition of n I rse th< l"N it Genocide, which th tea I • roved Bui rther i mununisl I lei I %  tried to I debate into an attack on West Ger many instead of one concerning Nazi war crimes. I-raeli Supreme Court Justice Chaim C 'hen. the Israeli delegate -uppcited the main ideas of the Polish resolution. Dealing with the legal aspe.ts < f limitations statutes th. I raeii iuri-t ripped the argu ments ot supporters of such limila tion on legal grounds. Morris B Abram. the Unite'I States representative, also supported the Polish proposal in principle, disclosing that members of hifam ily hatl been among the victim the Nazi holocaust However, he added, since West Germany had vo ed to !efcr the deadline for i prosecution, the matte:w %  not : been before tfu ten! %  %  i ..Id be po-t]for another ye ir Prof. Rene Cassin, the French delegate, disclosing that he had lost 17 members of his family to Nazi murderers, said he nevertheless did not want a resolution which appeared vengefui. He said "• wou W oreftr •"tern„ ioni| c^S -. 4 "Mkl I -. a M i rtiej i r' •th. 1-nWJ KK p state IOL the: HEARING AID) WHILE TOU W wpsri2l Hsri-f ||| ** s ? :-A,, jn| mas TIUQ Menial Health Month Mrs Leo B West has b'-en appointed Dade County chairman of Mental Health Month. Woody Hampton, president of the Mental Health Society here, announced Wednesday. 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, April 23. 1965 rjewlslincrldiari Paqe 3-A %  % %  F *J W* ^1 Ijvt 1 %  fl JHB Warsaw Ghetto's 22nd Anniversary of YM-YWHA diqnitsui^s conformer "Y" president, and toastmaster of the 119 Paul P Faske (center) on his acceptdinner; Samuel Seitlin, a vice president of the jut, nre-idency of the "Y" at the aqen"Y." and dinner chairman; and Sidney Lef' nl mee'inq and installation last court, president of the Greater Miami Jewish t Cn uit to right are Herschel Rosenthal, Federation, and installinq officer. ^norarv orescent; Stanley C. Myers, a idath Israel Raps AJCong. Test By Special Rep rt L -,0RK A call to the en\k\.ti community to "pubhon the American Jewish Bkfor gruu'U damaging th-e a .mage by ii.ilie-hard batfiiast the niontlypassed ltd law" was i-sued at an ,Rh')' neeting here of the Exjw Board of Agudath Israel ftawica. national Orthodox t movement I OKlaration came as a fast to the announcement by lismcan Jewish Congress that kM challenge the constitutionf of the Administration's edu,-.r law. i .Otement issued after the if, Rabhi Morn.Sheror. ex( Ice president of Agudath announced that a national I lawyers committee will now jar-zed to legally repell every' Iklgainsl ih,^ law bj the Amer| Jewish Congress, The new group will he organized chapter^ in order effectMr meet every challenge that |ina in state courts statement issued by tho icy meeting of the Agui Israel Executive Board dels: 'The attempt by a Jewish ItiMition to thwart the will of I United States Congress, representing the consensus of the entire American people, does irreparable damage to the interests of the Jewish community in this country. While several other non-Orthodox Jewish groups regittered their opposition to the Administration's education bill in advance of the vote in the House and Senate, they have accepted the decision of our nation's elected representatives. The American Jewish Congress, therefore, represents only an iso! lated group which persists in going to extremes in fighting for the doctrine of church-state separation, even in those areas where the w ill of our nation has been expressed. "In the light ol this drastic step taken by the American Jewish Congress, the entire Jewish com munity should publicly disown this group for the harm that it has inflicted upon the Jewish image in the United States. The rash action Of this group s.T\e> as grtflt for the mills >>t those elements who would defame the Jewish character," the Agudath Israel statement declares "The education aid bra la a historic milestone in providing quali ity and equality for the educational needs of all school children, without discrimination as to the type I of school attended. Its provisions will only benefit the children of i our nation, and not any of the re'ligious schools. The United States Congress has i spoken and the President has signed this historic document into law — let us now work together to implement this law for the welfare of the entire American edu' cational structure." the statement 1 conclude*. WARSAW — (JTA — The 22nd anniversary of the Jewish uprising ;gainst the Nazi Army in the Waraw Ghetto was commemorated -:M;O7 MY WORKERS Si %  FARE HIGH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS [HSTAURANT i HOTEL HELP £***Aa^, AAAAAAAA ^ % $ '"65 DODGE""" 0thr F p. Cars 2? 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Page 4-C vJenisf Floridllap _^%_Apri! n u Final Passover Days Begin ^T^I^Ti^ host the annual convention of Ue Efz Chaim J,L' Rotk *Aj Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet dale Southern Region. National ConBeth Israel' Mi,' *" yi ". Hi.crence of Synaeogue Youth, it was j.b, Atlanta, "c, ^ Palih -V announced this week by Edward S. IsraelBnai Akiva AH "* Continued from Page 1-C Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassffd • .-1 | [i g IM>' of >' fi nih : %  Ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Oav d Conviser. I i I '. %  k: • i. 1 ftsh ...... .. 11 i :\ •-j • p i' — • fcJINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 B'rd Rd. Modern Traditional. •• -CHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber, man .... I %  i:\-niiiu • •> i. >.-: ni-r, Men %  v %  TEMPLE B MAI 5HOLOM. 1M00 NW 22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S. M. Machtei Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman fl • • Why I he • %  I ir ii .-. in Bar .MiiiZemel, 3121 Prairie Ave.. convenI Ml ...,.| Mr. ion chairmalu e .-__ M The three-day event, which will TE E V 4, L h E AvI' F H, R ,P.Ih H cenM?.'ti be held at Waldmans Hotel, will ,. ,„ Batnrdaj Berhost more than 300 teen-agers from v %  riarhth da) of Pawover. Yn.. Ml ACUS Y,sh 0run ; A ^<*; Bne, Brith Jacob, Sa^lv S BrithSho.onvB.,MtKrc!i TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava Conaervat ve Rabbi Herthel Brooka Cantor Ben Dickson • i; a 111 Sermon: Now That Knillna Staturdaj I IIL..f Boeeje." Vlxkoi ii..-inuriml eervtrea 1" a.m. SEPh'RDiC JEWISH CENTER 84S Coii'ns Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nabmias. %  on: H"l> People Ttakor TEM = LE AOATH YESHURUN Conaervative ^02^ *£ 1Srd St.. M ami Ga'dens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caoian. Cantor Maurice NeuK: M %  I %  %  > l I %  ,.||| — e TEMPLE BETH AM WSfl N. Kensla'l Or. So. Mlft*tll. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba;imgard. rnrk P in. • %  -,... %  %  .. F( ii TEMPLE :ON. 8000 Miller Rd KXOCIUII and Conservative. Rabbi Alfrad Waxman. ..... i .a e e n ian — • r "•' e TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8508 N. Mieml Ae Consei vativa. Rabbi Henry e Wernick TEMPLE EVANU-EL 170' WashingF ton Ave Conservative. Raob, Irving *• %  ;' %  '"" Acck i 1 • i oMei Vlxkoi ..t 18 .i ii. T •-•'.frer^rcd in COthe Greater Miifl !' :\ •'! (. of ftaturti apr I DR. MAX I [PSCHITZ e/ Beth Torah ifiOH of \>.'tli Miami p. uehrman Canor Zvi Adler %  v skur -. ttcei l'i i... in. — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Re'orm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. iy al ''. II I i: Siiea S — • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ava. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. %  s !: %  •In* — e TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St. Conservative. Raobi Mayer ^tirtmowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. i Menta — a TEMPLE NE1 TAMIO 80th St and Tat. m Wate T wa>. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz • Cantor Saul H, Breeh. I Pern ii. c.-.i s.., in :: • • %  i' nnlMv B:*.', %  in. > let .. i l i„ .. I %  \!l TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW I6tn St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. f r. -ii > %  • • ii iea"| |;4.' .ii.. %  -t i^o i --•-: i oe. i :i in Tlskor ini aemii D '•PremonJe TEMPLE SINAi OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi YOUNG ISHAkL. 840 NE 171at St Orthooox. Raobi Sherwin Sta.iber M .. m Ttski II Tl • %  Sona n< Sons every state in the south from Apr 3C to" May 2. Highlighting the weekend program, which is being planned by an adult committee headed by Rabbi Berel Wein. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Israel, will be numerous religious, educational and social activities, in addition to leadership skill sessions and convention business. Sanford Epstein, of Savannah. Ga.. is president of the Southern NCSY region. Teen-age delegations ar* expected from the following affiliated NCSY chapters: Knesseth Israel, Birmingham, Ala.; Agu&f •n, S. C; tanooga, Tenn.; Memphis, Tenn.; Memphis, and B^'J? Memphis, in.Witionfor^ Hembers Committee, include of teen^e t^i •n addition to &3 I Billy Leff. Robert (S 1 Irving Jacoby. Sandra E>r !" 2 and Shereen Dearc ^** The National Conference of Srt I ogue \uu, is he yrMtt I ment of the Union of Orftorh Jewfati Consresations of \-Z~ Ii is stiper\i >( .,| ^ thel"0JfA w Youth Commission. whickiicSi representativ. of RabbinkjlOm cil of Americs gf^ I'OJCA and Yeshivi l>.: Beth Am Garden Cited The Hebrew Biblical Garden at Temple Beth Am of South Miami on a HfG.'> Hands Beautification Contest award presented by the Council of Garden Club Presidents of Dacle County and the Seen Com. munitv Improvement Fund. The T e m p l e garden ha> been cited tiful and real!) authentic.'" WANTED RABBI HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS CANTOR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR Advise Salary Acceptable. P.O. Box 144, Miami Beach QooduWusic Is A TASTE OF HEBREW 24 A Weekly Column for Beginners preseated by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor DR. SHLOMO KODF-SH Shmnel. *hat are you doing this evening? In the evening I am preparing lessons. Ruth, what are • doini in the evening? In the evening I tale a stroll (f.) in the park. I hat's good. I. too, would like to take a walk in the park in the evening but I am very busy. I have no time to take a walk. 1 am also very busy but I find time to uoik anJ to stroll. Van arc wi %  lightA person must find time to woik as well as to walk. Un> don't you find the time? M I work during the day I study in the afternoon. really more than enough. ?s-;s rttrx npbt ns .fypeff Ts-r* rfe*p r* rro ^mi A:I rfrta s*!r 'v.—I •- v rwri *:K as ,S*"B PIT ,*? r-rry'*;K B: powerfully influential on .ims njrrw r* ysi n'rsr -'-x BTK T]ttrri r* mA r,r* ;;-•: B ; "z"; >:#? *;•: VOLK DKIIONARV I OK TODAY. I (f.) >ou are light (f.) :n find really more ihan enough luixia \:K BIX nOKt T3 Til'' evening I prepare •trails (f.) I am hiuy I don'i have to take a walk 3 & SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood