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Title:
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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
38 Number 18
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 30. 1965
Three Sections Price 2C<
Ecumenical Statement
In Vast Revision Now
tuns. CHARLES flUKELSTEIN
BISHOP COLEMAN f. CARROLL
iisliop Carroll, Mrs.
[inkelstein Chosen
Outstanding Citizens'
riNENTAI CONGRESS'
/Y Nixes
Bishop ColcUMUl F. Carroll and
Mrs. CAailss Finkelstein were Wed-
nesday selected as D.ide County's
lutstanding Citizens lor 1964.
'IV ]8t'.i annual presentation was
nadc Wednesday before a capacity
uoon luncheon at the Everglades
NEW YORK (JTAi Lead
ers of American Jewry wete
shocked and highly disappointed
this week to learn that the draft
declaration approved at the Ecu-
menical Council last November,
exonerating the Jew's >t any col-
lective responsibility for the cru-
cifixion cl Jesus, had been drast-
ically revised by an ad hoc com-
mission ol four at toe Vatican, de-
spite the tact that it was adopted
at the Council by a vole ol 1,992 to
99.
The declaration, as adopted last
November against the opposition of
ultra-conservative prelates and
Bishops from the Arab states, had
stated clearly that no blame lor
the death of Jesus could be attrib-
uted to the Jewish people alive in
the days of Jesus and '"much less1
to the Jews of today. However,
that draft must be considered for
final adoption at the next session
of the Ecumenical Council, schc I-
uled to convene Sept. 17. before it
is promulgated as official Catho-
lic Church doctrine.
Continued on Page 11 A
* -tt
CARD1NAI A IN COMMAND
30 Bishops Plan Meeting
For Final Draft Writing
ROME(JTA) The Vatican's
Secretariat fe ; Christian Unity,
headed by Cardinal Bea. has exclu-
sive jurisdiction aver the handling
id the Declaration on Church Re-
lations with Non-Christians, a
spokesman for the Bea secretariat
declared here Sunday.
The statement was an obvious re-
sponse to dispaU.'ies from Rome
Sunday, which reported tha. an ad
hoe commission of prelates has
been planning drastic revisions of
file D e e la r a t i o n, preliminarily
;:.iopt( i'la t Novi Tiber by the third
session if ,h,- Ecumenical Council.
The Declaration as passed in No-
Continued on Page 6-A
uio vide
mfab Nod
|S ixti i o N (JTA)
|l : \mer an Revolu.
Ith "Continental
ted this week
But ising United States
il ihe United Nations
pti in oi i lenocide.
vote on the convention,
itlaw the destruc-
u i- .i- I racial minori-
i 12 I 134. The resolu-
M"-' I tin S.-nate to continue
: i" ratifj the treaty. It has
|p n ii. b; tore the Senate
years, althou.'i ratified bv
Continued on Page 8-A
Hotel. Florida Secretary of State
rom Adams was guest speaker.
Presiding at the function was
Sanford Swerdlin, permanent se.-
cretary of the Culstanding Citi-
zens Award Alumni Committee.
Mikirg the presentations was
Jcseph Liptcn, president of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, annual patron.
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
.Milton Hahn, president, is sponsor
i the yeai ly event.
Bishi p Cain II was named to re
c-tive the award "for his Inspiring
leadci .'up in the field ol human re-
lations" Bishop Carroll. 60. is a
native ol Pittsburgh. As first bish p
Cl the new Diocc.-c ol Miami, form-
uly a part of the Diocese of St.
Augustine, he tcck on the gigantic-
Continued on Page U*
World Leaders Recall
Warsaw Ghetto Battle
\ockwell Throws His Hat
Va. Governor's Ring
BMAXD. Va. (JTA) -
Rockwell, head of the
lean Xa/i Party, will be quali-
I run ;- a candidate for Gov-
|"f Virginia in the November
p'ls ii the 255 petitions.pn his
arc ic ;md to be registered
l mi i. siate authorities
Ith eck.
Davis, i xecutive secretary
Bi nil ii Elections,
II 'I would be qualified
Pt t" the validity of the names
P-'tilion. The support of 2">0
d v ters is required.
JCkwell't petitions were sign-
|V 235 citiiens. Rockwell said
he would obtain additional signa-
tures s precaution, in case
seme of the names already sub-
mitted are found to be unquali-
fied. He filed as an independent
candidate, rather than on an
openly-proclaimed Naii Party
ticket.
Seme surprise a s expressed
ii the state capital that 255 Vir-
ginians were apparently willing to
dvecate a candidate who is iden-
tified with Nazi m and anti-Se-
mitism.
Wli'le an extremist fringe was
known to secretly back the Nazi.
il was not thought that so many
n i- ma vou'd sign his petition.
said Dr. Lcebke, "will be proven
by deeds alone. What happened
under Hitler was not done with
Ihe knowledge or under the in-
struction of the German people,
but in our name. If Germany
should fail a second time, then
nobody could use the excuse that
he knew nothing about what
went on."
Leaders of the French Govern-
ment, including President Charles
de Gaulle, toak part in Paris on
Sunday in commemorative services
marking the 20th anniversary of
,;, pants in he meeting were rep- ; ,ibtMa(ion o( many of ,he Nazi
rc-sentatives ot anti-.\azi and re- ,
latanc fighters associations from : concer.Nation camps. Gen. de
virtually every free country in Eu. Gaulle attended special services at
rope A separate ceremony was Nctre Dame Cathedral while Prime
held later at a in niuneiit dedi-
cated :o the 30.000 Jews who lost
their lives in Bergen-Belsen camp.
BONN (JTA) West Herman
President II sinrich Luebke declar-
ed here Sunday that trials of Nazi
war criminals must c; n.inue and
thai "no rcpu -ins ol the truth
ol what happened under the Nazi
regime c uld in lp. because the
world realizes that Germany mi i
( usly desires to repent, and the
ueiid has confide nee today in the
new Germany."
President Luebke was the prin-
cipal speaker at a rally commemo-
. lating the 20" ii anniversary of the
Id ration of the Bergen-Belsen con-
centration camp. Among the par-
"Self-purification in Germany,"
Minister Georges Pompidou and
twe other members of the Cabinet
parti, ipated in rites conducted at
Continued on Page 13-A
AUGUSTIN CARDINAL BtA
Bourguiba 9s
Call Disrupts
Arab Unity
JERUSALEM< JTA >The state-
i. cuts i .led by Tunisian President
l'-bib Bourguiba, calling for peace
talks between the Arab states and
Isu'l. have "disrupted the Arab
Bummit atmosphere," the daily
newspaper E! Hayat. ol Beirut, de-
clared this week. Bourgulba's peace
proposals, said Ihe newspaper,
"pose the question whether Leb-
:.non can risk the dangers inherent
Continued on Page 5-A
Bond Drive Opens on Sunday
SEE INOtPtNDtNCt SUPPLEMENT PAGE 8-9-C
Greater Miami will celebrate the
anniversary cf Israel's 17th year :f
statehood at an Israel Independ-
ence n.iy Dinner [his Sunday even-
ing at the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
'1'ie dinner will be the occasion
for the official inauguration
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h as chairman
fyar
ISRAEL'S SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE ISSUE
5... 1948-1965 ... ol th- Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, and f::r the presenta-
tion t i Leonard Rosen whom Rabbi
Kru::i.-h succeeds, with the Chair-
man of the Year Award, a distinc-
tion which singles him out from
Inmor->3 Israel Bond leaders in tJ2
countries.
The award to Rosen, "in rec-
ognition of his dynamic role in
carying Miami's Bond sales to
record levels," will be made by
E. Zev Sufott, emissary of the
State el Israel.
Sufott will also conduct the in-
auguration ceremonies of Rabbi
Ki mish.
cuest speaker will be U.S. Sen.
.! :in 0. Pastore, Ol Rhode Is-land.
a leading champion ol Israel in
the Senate, and Chairman of the
Joint Congressional Committee on
Atomic Energy, who was Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnsons personal
choice as keynote -peaker at the
Democratic Party National Conven-
lh n las; si nimcr.
A coterie of distinguished com-
munity leaders heads t ie Israel In-
dependence Day Dinner Commit-
tee. spearheaded by Chairman
Leonard Rosen: honorary chair-
Continued on Page 5-A


Pcce 2-A
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Consul General Extends Greetings
On Occasion of Israel's 17th Anniversary
$i isiAii motrvtoitKt surtiimin ... sk. c
..! General Stuaica Y
of the Israel Consulate for the
S --heast Region vf the United
..-.is *eek extended greet-
mgs on the occa-ioe of his ctur.
try ? 17th anniversar> of indep-
endence.
From his eonsiJar office* in At-
lanta Ga Mr Ya. = r<2
tha: seventeen >ear is a short
apan in the life of a nauon.
"Israel can safely sey tHet it
ha* made need ere"y <*ey
of these years. Jews all ever the
world whe want te, or hae to,
can com* to Israel's shores and
be free and telf-resatectinej citi-
zens. Since 1*41, Israel has quad-
rupled its population, and still
there is a steady flow of immi-
grants.
"'A fine army euarantees the se-
curity of the country and the ?a-t
Pierre Mande
Quartet Slated
Pierre Mande Stnnc Quartet ail]
be featured at a performance in
the Miami Public Library Thurs-
day. May 6 at i '.S p.m.
Perform:- iitista are Pierre
Mande violin Lnth Ridsdale. %
Albert J Gottlieb, viola.
ivo L* Zazzexa cello.
lude works bj
Felix Mi .-. Eduoard L
Gabriel (nd Cavade De-

ano a ?&*rA science and arts have already found
rational recognition.
"Lsrael has become a eer.ter for
Jewish culture, and the Bible ha;
come alKe again in sciiooej rr.
life. Immigrants
wherever they may cr.me. kaom
their Bible: tfus is the ban? f
which they star: their way to good,
democratic Israel cstizer.^hi:
Iraef. together with rt imm.-
praati r.k- dM iea-T.ed the - of developing human resource-;
This knowledge, so urgently ner-i
ed in a Urge part of the world
has enabled Israel to give a help-
ing hand to many of the yampm
cation ia Ktiriaa; their mest press-
iag problems
"Se while still in the middle o*
th process ef developing, Israel
is a partner of the free world in
helping with its own brand of
Peace Corps' work in leading the
world to true democracy.
The '.Tth birthday of Israel
should be a daj of pride for all
who are near us and who will be
*rs to come
May this Independence day be
I -ii;. :' .-
State Dept. Will Drop Question
iMIMOH TAUON
Walker Heads Campaign
Paul S Walker, president of
Richard; Department Store, and
vie*- : Stores Com-
pan* has been appointed chair-
man of the 1K5 Savings Bood>
campaign in Dade County it as
announced last week by Victor H
Northcutt. adMSor. chairman of the
WASH1KGT0N iJTA The
State Department -.. :- y p*>choiog-
cal" test?
u. aaaatar tr^e or false u.
-jc'r. i.-'iTJ ai "Christ per-
formed nuracie*."
Questions on the di%inr
Canst and theological concepts
pertaining to Christianity were
cosed in deciding suitability of per
soanel for overseas assignment
Responding to protests from Coc-
ress. the State Departmeat wrote
Rep Cornelius Gallagher. New
Jersey Democrat, that "effective
immediate.) we have diseoatir.
ned this potk> Rep Gallagher
chairman of a Government Opera-
tions Subcommittee, had warned
the Department he planned a spe
dal investigation into its ~mstd-
HEBREW SCHOOL
BAK MITZVAH
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INDEPENDENCE DAY. .
BUY AN ISRAEL BOND.
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THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA
MIZRACHI HA'POAL MIZRACHI
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STATE OF ISRAEL
rs
17th ANNIVERSARY
REV J KRANTZ
President-Elect
SOL RASHIN
National Representative
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To The State of Israel
BEN NOVACK, President
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April 30. 1965
Jewlsfi ncrkJiar
Paqe 3-A
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L'ation of imperial importance is made to Samuel Pol-
co-chairman of the Imperial House Combined Jewish-
Bi campaign, is shown here receivinq a citation for
jidinq volunteer services from John N. Serbin, chairman
lidents ot Combined Jewish Appeal. Pollock obtained 'he
r.ew contribution received by any volunteer in the 1965
uan.
AT $1,287,450 LiVE L NOW
lined Jewish Appeal Runs Whopping
'ercent Ahead With Month to Go
TWO LEADERS DUE FOR CITATION PACE 12-A
Combined Jewish Ap-
paign. with less than a
, go, is running 10 percent
last year, with $1,287,450
nitions received prior to
it was announced by Dr.
ehrnian. campaign chair-
rampaiiin closing dinner on
lean truly be a victory din-
]e mainlain this outstanding
m by so doing reach our
|j 4,l").o80 on behalf of CJA's
mee both at home and
I' the chairman stated.
jbate, the increase in both
Ber of contributions nd
in the amount raised has been
most heartening to all of us. We
can point with pride to the fact
that with almost a month left in
the campaign we have already
surpassed our 1963 total cam-
paign total of $1,286,500, and r
well on the road toward better-
ing last year's goal which, was
$100,000 above that raised in
1963.
"It is important, too. we realize
that the 1965 goal is an additional
S50.000 above this figure and is the
bare minimum necessary for Com-
bined Jewish Appeals 41 agencies
to meet their commitments to th
community and to the United Jew-
ish Appeal and its agencies over-
seas.
"More and more people are join-
ing in support of our annual cam-
paign, as can readily be seen by
the number of contributions we
have received thus far. already
equaling the 9.700 total pledges'
made in last year's campaign.
"The goal is well within sight.
However, it is this final phase of ,
the campaign which will provide
vital assurance that our campaign
will succeed in reaching the goal
chosen by the Executive Commit-
tee, the Campaign Cabinet, and the
Board of Governors of our Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
"Our dedicated workers realize
that there are many outstanding
cards t<> be covered in all campaign
divisions before May 22. It mUS4 be
OUT resolution t:> point our work
toward going over the top in the
next month so that our Victory
Dinner the end ot May will truly
be an outstanding occasion.
"Many new contributions can
be obtained if our volunteer work-
ers contact their prospects and
tell them of CJA's needs both at
home and abroad," the chairman
stated.
"Whether it is those we know in
the local community who need the
services of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, the YM and YWHA.
or those overseas who count upon
the United Jewish Appeal and its
agencies for new life and freedom,
we must not fail them in their hour
of need.
"A new life and new hope is vita
to all who call upon Combined
Jewish Appeal, and as chairman, I
know that we have received new
inspiration through the retelling of
the ancient Passover story, and will
have this in our mind as we all go
to see our remaining prospects. It
is not a large job if everyone does
his share.
"The time is now. The cam-
paign is drawing to a close, and
I can not too strongly urge every-
one to join in making this an out-
standing success by going over
our goal on behalf of those whose
needs must be met. We are opti-
mistic and have planned a Vic-
tory Dinner," he stated.
"However, it is in the hands of
my friends and neighbors in the
community if the,campaign is to (
end by going over the goal for the [
second year in a row. I know that
I you are dedicated to the welfare
Of your fellow man. and I am cer-
tain that once again I will have the
lull cooperation ot all in this treat
humanitarian endeavor."
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Volume 38 Number 18
Friday. April 30. 1965
28 Nisan 5725
Israel's Seventeenth
Anniversary Event
The 17th anniversary cf the
S-.ate of Israel falls next Thursday,
May 6. The fifth dav of the He-
v month of Iyar marks the estab-
ir.en* of the modern Jewish re-
public, which was forqed out of the
cshes of the desiimated Jewish com-
inity of.Europe back in 19-18.
Since then, we have seen a mi-
uious achievement in ncticn-
ildinq that is almost unprecedent-
ec in our time. Sec. C of this weeks
ition of The Jewish Floridian is
dediccted *o this achievement
Founded upon the tentative de-
v- .opment of the earlier Yishuv in
Palestine, the State of Israel has
evolved as a model of democratic
society in the Middle East, as a
tc acher for the newly-emerqinq Af-
m nations, as a siqn of 'he human
will io succeed for indiqent oeooles
everywhere, and as a harbrinqer of
faith fulfilled for the two-thousand-
year-Ionq Zionist dream.
Politically sound, economically
vigorous and militarily watchful, Is-
rcel today holds upward of forty-
million hostile Arab peoples at bay, even as
she moves forward on a variety of fronts at
home.
I* is in the nature of the reality of our time
that we would be indulginq in purposeless
fcncy to imaqine just how much more Israel
might achieve were there no qovernments else-
v here quite frankly dedicated to her destruc-
tion. Despite this unhappy dedication, the Jew-
ish S'ate year by year scores solid advances in
the major task of ingatherinq of Jewish immi-
crants from lands of want and persecution end
in inteqratinq them into the life of a younq na-
jon grateful for every resource, particularly
human, that helps add to the manifold qoals of
progress and prosperi'y.
On the occasion of the seventeenth anni-
versary of the State, we hopefully anticipate
further evidence of q r o w t h and, above all,
peace in the name of Israel's just riqht to ex-
igence in the world family.
Bond Drive Launching
The Israel Bond Organization ^t Greater
liami will launch its new campaiqn here at
a 17th anniversary Israel independence cele-
ition Sunday evening ct the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The launching will serve a third purpose
cs well: the installation of Rabbi Leon Kronish
new chairman of the bond organization here.
Miami will have just cause for joyous par-
ipa'ion in the Sunday event. Our commun-
ity can once again set its sights, upon remain-
ing the highest per capita purchasers of Israel
Bonds, while at the same time celebratinq Is-
rael's 17th year as a soveriqn nation.
Under Rabbi Kronish, whose reputation as
a lecder in Jewish affairs also includes his top
echelon position in the national bond drive.
Greater Miami can hope for even greater sales
achievements than before.
Israel Bond investment funds, linked to
the 17th anniversary dinner, particularly under-
score the contribution bonds have made to
he upbuilding of the Jewish State. The Sun-
day event should happily link all these causes
for celebration in one of Greater Miami's best
fcond drive launchings ever
1,
Broken Egg Politics
Habib Bourguiba has blown hot and cold on
Israel throughout his career as President of Tu-
.sia. There was a time when he spoke warm-
Jy of the Jewish State, and advised leaders of
the Arab nations to recognize the realities of
Middle East politics.
There was a time when he vied with Gamal
Abdel Nasser of Egypt in his anqry vows to join
any cempaign aimed at pushinq Israel into the
sea.
Now, once again, he is urging 'he Arabs
to give up their hope of crushing the Jewish
State. He is. in fact, proposing immediate peace
talks in some neutral capital.
There is a hitch. Habib Bourauiba want?
Israel first to accept the United Nations parti-
tion recommendation of 1947.
This is about as impossible as Mr. Nasser
is likely to achieve his prime hope for Israel
in the foreseeable future. What Mr. Bourquiba
expects to qain is difficult to understand a'
the moment, although it certainlv seems clear
thct he voices the private sentiments of many
Arab leaders who fear openly to express simi-
lar sentimen's themselves.
Whatever his own reasons, as Israel Deputy
Prime Minister Abba Eban put it early this
week, Habib Bourguiba is d?alinq in the poli-
tics cf broken eqgs.
Outstanding Citizens
The presentation of Dc.d= County 8 Out-
standing Citizens Awards to Bishop Coieman
F. Carroll and Mrs. Charles Finkelstein this
week emphasizes the high significance of the
awards since their incep'ion by Sholem Lodqe
of B nai B'rith eighteen years ago.
Eishop Cairoll. since his installation here
in 1953 to head the then new Miami Diocese,
has been a vital element in our community's
exemplary intergroup relations picture.
Among other things, the Bishop con'ributed
vitally to the establishment here in 1963 of the
Metro Community Relations Board. As a con-
sequence, Dade County was sinqled out by
the late President Kennedy for its exemplary
effor's, particularly in interracial affairs.
Mrs. Finkelstein's contributions to Greater
Miami's civic and communal life are leqion.
They span the broad gamut from teen-aqe wel-
fare throuqh her participation in the Girl Scout
movement to civil riahts and human better-
men* as president o fthe Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish Committee.
Both recipients exemplify the noble pur-
pose of the Dade County Outstandinq Citizens
Awards. Bishop Carroll and Mrs. Finkelstein
have enriched Dade County by their unselfish
and unstintinq labor in behalf of their com-
muni'y.
during
the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
mam

to the recent ^
conference on w
"Nested thaTth^
on of Greater M
th*.C"nfencei5R)l
be: Why was the conference notably be'ref, 0f,t *"?** **
we have come to expect as representing the am^ ** *f
There are. of course, some intewganiiatVAT, four
t.on. Specifically they relate to the chSdef I "*"*'* toT
a Cue here is that the Amencan JeS'o?; ^*
major role in the South Florida Conference hii **m}
These considerations are Interesting ih. ,
are less significant than the unhappy fact th L L es *t
as the fate of Jhr.e-m.ll.on Jew, imrmil,,/'.". .^"I-fl
Curtain baa fa.led to move Miami in '. ,he ^f
way. Crit.cs of this viewpoint will be qmck\' 7*'^
ference at Temple Israel was merelv the .l?- ,ha *3
Of planning sessions hardly intended foi -"""i of i|
munity participation, and that the best |j, IM*t
I hardly think so. Henry Siegman ." .
Relations Advisor) Council, who spok. : l0BV
Purposeless pessimism to assume that rail* TlM
indignation demonstrations fall shod ?Wit*i,
the Soviet Union's blatantly anti-Sei ly **
citizens i indicated here last Heel ."'Clt5*
man is undoubtedly correct I
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THt MIAHS Of POLITICAL PRtSSURl
AT least, Mr Siegman is correct ii
I nion has shown incr. **
menu ol it- policies including I
'iif l Fear of Red China. wh i .
leal phenomenon -
and in lependence of rum:,,;- ..-
spokesmen -how a developing lack '
?......n P ,;,;' s Mr Siegman bin "
book. Judaism With iui Emtx II
withdrew following the vocifen -
- rtitism Particular!) here, extra-S
ount ol strength in the
line. "
But the truth also is thai we have .
in human atia.r* when demonstrations
adequate to the task of reshaping the ini
ernmental powers. These techniques, en p
Igencies of our own civil rights problem : a doobt
teethe at home Imagine, however the n us .-:;
demonstrations carried on abroad to inl ornate n
situations What effect won!! the) have
Understood in these terms, it won; Study tttl
that are employed today to move toi
Issue is a .ain a case in point Wl
action elsewhere to our primitive social attitu -
we project ourselves as leaders of the fn
our nation is racked by race riots In lee
ately to the new African nations, and we i
us beneath fearfully veiled eytu
PURPOSl Or SOVItT ANTISfMITISm
IT IS, of course, true that mass Civil r.
ute to attracting world attention But ti-
the fringe benefit does not take the place
which aims mainly at domestic press
anti-Semitism is concerned, there are m ......rays of Si
nit; world attention, as the boomerai
bellishment" has already su (ested I
methods to which we in a free societ;
sarilj the same as those best reser ed for I talitananis
nation hk. the Soviet Union's
These arc not new considerations n
call- to mind similar protest meet in petitions
which influenced little n any of Hith r's
same rules appl) to.lay. where 111" S net
i.-li citizens is no less political!) motivate
far more rational. Third Reich anti-Sei
ol thing HiUer foresaw the Boh evik I
with Judaism, and fired up his cremal
Other elements, ef course, wen
this ni, i a .;.- seism :; i ;
..ii.I .. tianity in general, both ol
daism
In the Soviet Union, Um precedent
historic and deep-rooted than it was Ii
was supposed to have dealt harsl
anti-Semitism baa remained as a phen
the "social" and habitual reasons that n
even Khrushchev Indeed, the political i
than that to winch Hitler could ever
NIUTKAUZATION tfTOKTS AM UNDtRSTANDABLL
B-NOUGH EVIDENCE appears to exist thai Soviet Je*
E the Revolution, have assumed the role ol i -!,ul1 ,"[! elements in the nation's larger social structure Tne> --' 0B,_sJJ
give up their specifically Jewish identity for a Com"r^
they hold tenaciouslv to their tradition, shunning t
process, which would make of all Soviet citizens a nion
linwprld. in ,hf*|
In this sense. Jews are hence an irritant, a ?I'. ^nois*!
f.Uing of Moscow s ideological pie. Certainly AdoU ""^ (]
such a problem with his Jewish communit> many ot toIa]ltarusi
would gladly have been a proud part ot his arrogam ^(jj
providing it were not also racist. Russian Jews al
cant enough extent, seem leas willing >iaif "^"1
Seen in these terms, the closing of syi pa;*
to nurture schools where future rabbi- al ,n,lrti*l
trained; the strict control of Yiddish pu \on tlw5*!!
manifestation of indigenously Jewish cull
out of so mai
.ii ot indigenously Jewish cultura
lanj .lews as economic cruninak
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
ACLU Defense Astonishing
\V'
Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide executive head of the Israel
nd Oiqnnization, congra'ulates Rabbi Leon Kronish upon
i appointment as. chairman of the Greater Miami Israal
nd Oraanization to succeed Leonard Rosen. Installation of
Ibbi Kronish and other officials of the organization will take
(ice at the Israel Independence Day Dinner at the Fontaine-
3u Hotel on Sunday.
Israel Bond Drive to Open
I Independence Banquet
Continued from Page I-A
Samuel Friedland and Jack
intor: chairman irf the board.
S. Prpick; chairman of the
Ion- i: Is, Carl Weinkle;
man : I anks and Fiduciaries,
Laid Bi i bvairman of the
t |, Sidney D. Ansin;
I ch ol the Women's Di-
n. \h- Vnna Breniw Myers,
the helm of the
Iti Israel Bond Or-
Lai bi Kn nish brings
pbbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone Jt 1-3595
MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
65 DODGE"*"
$"|95
1
ft Per Day
pins Miieaqe
BENS RENTALS
1 W. FIAGIER FR 30326 \
to h:s new post a record of achieve-
ment on behalf of many civic and
philanthropic causes and for Israel
Bands on a national level as na-
tionwide Israel Bond chairman tor
Synagogues and Temples.
Rabbi Kronish i* spiritual leader
. f Temple Befh Sholom. Among the
many areas of activities in which
l. has h ild a leading rt le are the
Central Conference of American
Ral bis, on wind-, he serves as a
n rrrber of the Executive Board.
He is a member of the Na-
tional Commission on Education
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
He has served on the Executive
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and is presi-
dent of the Southeast Region of
the American Jewish Congress.
ll. i i .. ii li p mdence Day
Dinner will launch h< annual Is
rael Bond i impaign in Greater
Miami. Last year, under Le nard
l.i sen's :hairmansh:p, a reco .1 to
!;,! cl $2,650,000 in Israel Bonds
v i re sold in Miami.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
1 read with great astonishment
Howard Dixon's letter in your Apr
it. issue concerning the ACLU's pol-
icies toward criminal organizations
such as the American Nazis, the Ku
Klux Klan, e c. l was i pecially
chagrined to see the personal at-
tack he made against Maurice
Goldring and other Jewish people
having the same cpinion, which
ccrtainl) was unwarranted.
It's a typical attitude el peo;ilc
who do not have valid arguments
to indulge hi personal insults and
name-calling, and also their nature
In hide I).hind -real people's
names instead of talking about the
issue frankly, ui their own. In his
letter, Mr Dixon was a perfect ex-
ampl: i I these tat ic He spi aks
i tolerance, but can nol accept
aii- opir:ons which are nol in ac
ttrd w ilh his nu n
The people to whom Mr. Dixon
is referring, *uch as Judoe Felix
Frankfurter and Stephen Wise,
who endorsed the ACLU at that
time, certainly had no intentions
of giving Nazi criminals such pro-
tection; nor did our Founding
Fathers of this country have this
in mind when they drew up the
Constitution of the United States,
to create a society for the people
of this land. Such an allegation
is an insult against the memory
of these great people. Naturally,
everybody is entitled to protec-
tion under the law, but this
doesn't mean that our society
should be changed into a lawless
one.
We are trying to differentiate
between Nazis and Germans, be-
tween Nazis and Hungarians, etc..
and it is a pity thai Mr. Dixon is
even ready to differentiate between
Nazis and criminals, lie doesn't
ci mprehend the sufferings the
Jews and humanitj went through
during the Nazi era, and evidently
he doesn't know about the "Plan.
el Au-. hvi it/" and m :i n y -in tl
planet- which were placed into
the orbit of human space by the
Nazis
Our request to the American Civ-
il Liberties Uniort, if they -till re-
,spiel our human dignify, is t'>
train from imposing their prin
I pies on the Jewi-.i people, such .-
li.; theory hat it is to cur vi'il
interest to retain the Amerlt
Nazi Party as a political force.
Any Jew en quickly estimate
a here there best interests lie; ill
they have to do is to refresh thi
memories about the exterminat* n
camps In Europe, which arc al*o
pi ejected by the "so-called" Am
ican Nazi I'a:ty lor American As -
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in the continuation oi the Jordan
River water diversion plans, while
il is left without Aral) backing."
While these fears were being
voiced openly in Beirut, however,
Lebanese tractors on Monday re-
sumed their water diversion work
near Israel's border. Earlier re-
ports from Lebanon claimed that
the tractors were being used for
| building only an irrigation pro-
ject. A report broadcast Monday
by Radio Damascus stated that
the Arab League Water Diver-
sion Board has decided that work
on the diversion projects "t-*
carried out in accordance wi"-
the schedule."
Aral) fears regarding the Bo .
guiba stand continued to be voic sd
in the Cairo press, where conee n
was indicated that Saudi Arab
Libya and .Morocco may be sidi g
ilently with the Tunisian pre*
dent. Al Goumhouria, the inflw
tial Cairo daily, asked pointed ..
in a lengthy feature article <
nouncing the proposals by Bo> -
guiba: "Djos silence on the part m
Morocco. Libya and Saudi Am
imply consent on (heir part?"
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Jm*ist>fhrkMati
30 Bishops to Finalize Jewish Draft
Continued from Po 1 A
vember. by a vote of 1.992 to 99.
bad categorically exonerated the
Jewish people of the charge of de-
acide.
The secretariat spokesman said
Monday that a full, plenary meet-
ing of the M bishops of the body
would be held here May 9, to
work out the final version of the
Declaration's text on the basis of
amendments proposed during last
November's session and since.
These amendments, or "modi,"
will be reviewed by the 30 pre-
lates. They had already held dis-
cussions on the subject last Feb-
ruary, when they decided to post-
pone final action until the May 9
meeting.
After decisions are made at the
May meeting, the text will be sent
on to the Ecumenical Council, due
to reconvene at the Vatican Sep..
17. The Coordination Commission
lor the next Council session will
then schedule the revised draft for
Jewish War Yeterans Demand Inquiry
Of German Alien Who Fired Chemist
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Secretary cf
Defense Robert McNamara has
been asked by National Commander
Ralph Plofsky. <-f the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A.. for a report
on the firing of a Jewi-h Navy
chemist by an alien German super-
visor, who has been charged with
prejudice.
The chemist. Bernard Peristein,
of Washington. D C. was dis-
charged after 23 years of service
Peristein has filed anil in the I". S
Court Of Claim -
He has charged that his Ger-
man supervisor, a resident of the
United States for only three
years, was motivated by "bias,
malice, and prejudice." He said
the supervisor showed a "mark-
ed antagonism," presumably
arising from an attitude toward
Jews.
Commander Plofsky said that
'"the public has a right to know
all the fact- of thi> strange case
He said the JWV wa- iking
the Defense Deparlment to report
on whether the German. Dr Mar
tin Zimmer. participated in the Hit-
ler Youth movement.
Dr. Zimmer's age would have
ruled out more serious involvement.
it is thought. "But in a ca.se like
this, where an alien educated in
Nazi schools during the Hitler re-
gime fires an American citizen of
the Jewish faith who has served
so leng and apparently so ably
m the service of his government,
we have a right to raise questions."
said Commander Plofsky.
"Therefore.'" Commander PI ifskj
said, "We are awaiting a report
from Dr. Zimmer's >uperior> U
Defen>e Department authorities on
a general background.
"It is also our understanding
that Dr. Zimmer's father served
as an officer in the service of
Adolf Hitler, and one might ask
to what extent the son was in-
fluenced so that his decision to
fire a Jewish employee might be
totally free of prejudice.
"The JWV will carefully observe
'his cast said Commander Plof-
sky.
the agenda. The Bea Secretariat
spokesman made it very clear
that "no committee"obviously
referring to the ad hoc commission
can bypass this procedure or by-
pass the plenary' meeting of 30
bishops to be held May 9.
Cardinal Bea was meanwhile
scheduled to head the Vatican Sec-
retariat which deals with the Dec-
laration on Jews to be presented to
the forthcoming session of the Ecu-
meni:al Council for final adoption,
which arrived at Kennedy Airport
in New York on Wednesday. He was
en route to Philadelphia to accept
the International Fellous'iip Award
which was to be preserved to him
at a dinner on Thursday. He was to
be welcomed at the airport by a
.representative of the Philadelphia
Atchdiocese and an official of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'nth.
Meanwhile. Prof Abraham J.
Hechel. who had visited the Vati-
can in connection with the pro-
posed statement on Jews by the
Fcwmenical Council. Monday is.
sued the following comment on re-
ports that the Vatican may revise
drastically the statement on dei
cide:
"The detcide charge is the most
I dreadful calumny over uttered. It
1 has resulted in rivars of blood
' end mountains of Human ashes.
To millions of Christians and to
the overwhelming majority of
Reman Catholic bishops, it is ab-
\ surd, monstrous, unhistoncal and
. the supreme repudiation of the
Gospel of love. Weakening the
document m any of its aspects
which was inspired by the gran-
deur of conscience and the spirit
of love, would remain for all
> time one of the major contribu-
> tiens to anti-Semitism. Wa prey
1 that Satan may never witness
such a triumph."
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University Of Miami Symphony Orchestra
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Dr. Jerome Benson Las been
elected president-elect of (be Flor-
ida Society of PatholoL.
The Florida Medical Association
this week announced Dr Benson's
election ;it sessions of the Associa-
tion hold last weekend in the Amer-
icana Hotel.
President of the Florida Society
of Pathologists is Dr. Sanford Mul-
len, of Jacksonville. Fla.
Dr. Benson is director of lab-
oratories and chief pathologist
at Mf. Sinai Hospital here.
Secretary of tho ML Sinai Med-
ical staff, he is associate professor
of pathology at the University of
Miami Mediid School, and has
been director of the Mt Sinai labor-
atories since 1957.
The Florida Society of Patholo-
gists is the official organization for
pathologists throughout the State
of Florida.
Mount Sinai
Vounteers Meet
Mount Sinai Hospital's newest
volunteer organization, the Sustain-
ing Board of Felloes comprised of
% men and women interested in
Mount Sinai's activities and ob-
jectives, will hold its first general
membership meeting Tuesday
evening, in the Louis E. Wolfson
Auditorium of the hospital.
The group, chaired by Milton
Weiss, will eleci members of Use
Executive Board and present a pro-
ject for approval to be undertaken
by the group.
In addition 10 the special reports.
Dr. Rudolph Drosd will present a
narration and slides on his recent
experiences with the H'pe ship
Project and its journey to Guinea.
Africa.
Philip Givens JwKk
Toronto. mean^
fyased him "gg.l
JwpreU 1 as a crutam1
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Pathiesf.rthejevnsi
Pope told Mr. evens
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Paul n,irued or* i
to show Major Give*
was seiidini to jn
rabbi. In :t. the Pope e
"surpn- and ..
over the erakJsmS
during a Pavsirn '
,Srmon ln that sermoT.
.Tff interpreted the GJ
withthst day.quounijT
assertion that the Jew l
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I April 30. 1965
+Jen1sii Fhridfor
Paqe 7-A
merican Jews 'Uncertain' Today
IjM members of the Greater
Ebapter. American Jewish
l^f. heard a top-ranking
(' jewif'i community lead-
y Sunda> that freedom and
nay achiet'e what Hitler
feSemitisin could net the
L. 1 ol Jews ai Jews.
leim Shapiro, national di-
, Jewish Communal Affairs
Enerican Jewish Commitiee,
,,1,,: ii gathering at the
Jpiaza Hotel that "this is
I ol .iikI tragic ironies
L110 said that American
4ue the uneasy feeling that
Leer able to rely upon De-
fined as Jews by the host-
j others, confronted by the
Ir. of a voluntary self-de-
li which will give their chil-
ft+ sense that to choose to
Ljsh is a choice worthy of
len, they find themselves
1 rv and at a loss."
: declared that "many
bp Jews Mill bear psycholog-
|tbt- 'mark of the oppres-
:emembers of other reviled
\y groups, they have turned
! and come to accept deep
subconscious the invidious
> 1 hi'm selves used by the
led to jusify their preju-
hey were still largely an
*t group, driven by the im-
Itivard economic achieve-
ii'd full participation in
>i. society, Jews came to
: It was necessary to be like
(Anglo-Saxon Protestants,"
t decades since the turn
entury, American Jews
seeded in making Judaism
hgly like American Protest-
[ This can he seen in their
p^ modification of the rab-
f-h into one parallel to that
ptestant minister; their se-
|cat of the Jewish calendar
three annual festive and
holidays, their conversion
Jism from a moment-to-mo-
uide lor behavior to a pro-
I rt 1
At annual meeting of Greater Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee are (left to right) Seymour Samet, for-
mer executive director, who was honored at the function; Mrs.
Charles Finkels'ein, president of the Chapter; Judge Harold
Spaet, former president; and Mannheim Shapiro of the na-
tional American Jewish Committee staff in New York City.
I cess of occasional temple-going and Finkelstein. president, was elected
a tendency to associate primarily fcr a seCond year and gave Presi-
with other Jews." |den,s Awar(,s of Apprcdation for
Shapiro told the American Jewi.-h outstanding service to Sirs. M. A.
; Committee meeting that "if Jews Sumberg, for her contribution as
want Judaism to survive, if they chairman of literature communica-
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njoy full commercial
>l Nrvlttt; Our Installment
Department offers the
t rale in Oade on inttall-
M loam .
fee-in windows open 8 A.M.
|* P.M Banking hours, 9:20
'0 2 P.M.
Iioy the friendliness and
(ghborlinets at Jefferson ...
ME 2-6451
IEFFERSON
NATIONAL
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[MIAMI BEACH #'
30i-an,t srnitT
1 Uei.i, .,, plMlM Ihmi
* 'lotmAi .,., ,ntim
*9>.r -"- eoawoM1
want it to attract and hold their
children, it will be necessary' to
take a number of measures. In-
dividual Jews will have to dredge
(Hit of their subconscious and dis-'
pose ol the spectra] sense by wtikh
they are haunted that to be dis-,
tinctivelj Jewish is to be f lesser
worth.
"They will have to undertake a
massive effort to acquire knowl-
edge of the law, the lore and the
cilture that Jews and Judaism
have produced through the cerv ,
turies. They will have to narrow
the gap between the Jewish prin-
ciples they profess and their ac-
tual attitudes and activity."
He added: "They will have to
bring the Judaic ethos out of the
past into the present by applying '
it to the great social issues of our
day. including peace, poetry and
equality for all men. They will have
to overcome the immigrant habit
of thinking there is a distinction
between being Jewish and being
American ami accept, as other
Americans do, the idea that we are
both Jewi.-h and American."
Circuit Court Judge Harold Spaet.
firmer president of the Greater
Miami Chapter, served as chairman
c< the function. -Vrs. Charles H.
Technion Gets
Scholarships Here
Lee Rutstein, Southern regional
director, American Technion Soc-
iety, narrated a film. "The City
Called Technion, to a group of
' over 650 men and women last week.
Inspired by the film presentation,
a winter vacationer set up a per-
petual scholarship, a contribution
of $5,000.
On Wednesday night, Rutstein
spoke at Temple Emanu-El in Ft.
Lauderdale and showed the Tech-
nion film. Another perpetual scho-
larship was donated by friends of
Technion who live in Hollywood. I
Judge Frederick N. Barad is
president of the Soutih Florida
Chapter of the American Technion
Soeiet>
tons; Mrs. Philip Weinstein, vice
chairman of the Bioward Section,
for her leadership there; and David
B. Fleeman, honorary president
and chairman of membership, for
his efforts which resulted in add-
ing 220 new units this year.
Two members who received
these awards in 1964 were given
gold stars in recognition of their
continued outstanding service: Mrs.
Leonard Silverman, civil rights to-
ordina'.or; and James R. Katzman.
lecal chairman of the National
Executive Board meeting held here
in December, 1964.
Seymour Samet, former execu-
tive director of the Chapter, cur-
rently on the staff of the Com-
munity Relations Service in
Washington, D.C., was honored
by the establishment of a Human
Relations Library in the Profes-
sional Library of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction.
Mrs. Finkelstein. in announcing
"us as a project Of American Jew-
ish Committee, presented Samet
with a plaque "lor his dedicated
leadership in human relations and
o man's understanding <>f his Eel
!tw man."
Mrs. Bernard Stevens presented
her "Duponl Plaza 9: Encore with
Footnotes 1965."
The invocation was given by Ba-
irn de Hirsch Meyer, first presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chapter
which was founder! fn 1952.
Members of the annual meeting
committee were Judge Spaet.
.hairman, Mrs. Aaron Fair, Mrs.
Morton Halpern, Mrs. Bernard Ste-
vens, Barton S. Udell.
Mrs. Eleanor Lipton is acting di-
rector of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter.
Mrs. Eleanor Lipton, acting di-
rector of the chapter, gave a re-
port on chapter affairs since her
assuming of the post. Theme of
her presentation was "The
Change." The report stressed
the changing climate of Amer-
ican Jewish Committee opinion.
Among these, Mrs. Lipton cited
the national organization's sid-
ing with Orthodox Jewish qroups
across the nation in support of
President Johnson's aid to edu-
cation act.
.Mrs. Lipton also reported on her
recent participation in a series of
meetings in St. Louis. Mo. The
series was a workshop on human
relations institutes to be opened
at some 35 universities around the
country, Participants included del-
egates from the universities, in-
cluding the University of Miami,
where an institute will be held this
summer.
Mrs. Lipton previously helped
Convalescent Home
Joins Association
An era of "guaranteed quality
ol care and service" to residents of
homes for the aging was predicted
'this week by Sidney Siegel. execu-
tive director of the Jewish Con-
valescent Home of South Florida.
Announcing its membership in
the American Association of Homes
for thr> Aging, Siegel said the Jew-
ish Convalescent Home of South
Florida is "harnessing its plans
for future development and growth
to a pacemaking organization
which provides the mechanism for
an individual home to relate na-
tional experience and progress to
the many changing aspects of aging
which concern our community."
""The American Association of
Homes for the Aging is the na-
tional membership organization
, of non-profit, voluntary and gov-
ernmental institutions for senior
citizens. Founded in 1961 with
the assistance of a Ford Founda-
tion grant, and sponsored by the
National Council of Aging, AAHA
now serves its more than 550
member homes.
Noting that over 20.000 aging
persons in the United States now
! reside in an estimated 4,000 in-
-tihitions like the Jewish Convales.
cent Home of South Florida, Siegel
isaid that beards and managers of
non-profit homes arc faced with
. rapid-changing serial and economic
! patterns "which call for bold re-
evaluations combined with well-ad-
, vised judgments in the formulation
ol present and future policies of
i service and management."
Israeli Group
Installation Set
I rraell Group of Hadassah
CATS will be installed by Mrs.
offi-
Nat
Bart.h. president of Miami Beach
Chapter, on Monday.
Following the luncheon at the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. R. M. Schwartz.
Will present a musical program,
set up the proposal for the Univer-1 with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano,
sity of Miami participation in the j Mrs. Samuel Appel is president
nationwide program. I of the Israeli Group.
knk You ...
' THE CITIZENS OF NORTH
" BEACH, MY MANY FRIENDS,
"" "*KERS AND VOTERS, FOR
SELECTING ME YOUR
CITY COUNCILMAN.
Sincerely,
James E.
Reardon
Are you spending an extra
dollar on these three words ?
Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. You won't find the
words"Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles.
We're bringing our great Ginadian whisky across the
border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A.
This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave
about a dollar off the price of every fifth.
(Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at
least we've found a way to make it reasonable.)
Try it.
Just look for the important new Canadian.,
In the handsome square bottle.
Without those extra words.
Canadian Lord Calvert
CAN VDI IN wmUCY-1 BLEND.M PROOF. IMPORTED BV CALVERT DISTILLERS CO, N.Y.C.


J:ge 8-A
+Je*ist>ncr**br
Final Round of Talks
Clarifies Israel-Bonn Tie
EBUSALEK JTA Dr
K rt BirenbacJi. Weil
ancellor Ludwig Erhard> sp*.
era-
at leader-
DAR Opposes
Genocide Pact
Continued frorr Page 1-A
I Of**
-i tbe United Na-
\mfi- '>' under
t.esi-. conceivably *'.-
fon ign natioas to exert in-
t -rice on America's domestic ra-
I and rel; They felt
-
er .:.
JAR supporter; ci the measure
K t that, without regard to the
I ited N hip of the
tty, eenoci pact should
r- L'nite I States
.-- an ex] ession igainst racism
of talks on the establishing of
diplomatic ties between the two
cuntrie- Well informed sources
: that the i rrier to .

d of the
......
-
Fewer difficulties have devel-
oped, these iources said, about
the substance of the pact, which
is to cover all aspects of Bonn-
Israel relations. Israel reported-
ly presented a list of special re-
quests for inclusion in the agree-
ment, to avoid later misunder-
standings.
I: eras understood that the Israel;
led a specific Bonn
ince of an extension of the
statute : rmtati us deadline for
prosecution of Nazi war criminals.
the present four-and-a-half
year postponement approved last
Tonth by the West German Par
hament
Temple Emanu-El
DAY CAMP
OUR EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
June 14 to August 6
UaWer ffce Perse*** GmUmm ce
f M. IKVIKf UtatMlH
and Direction !
MKTON FflNSTCIN
Hutofy Instruct*'
Miami Beach Senior Mien ScfceeJ
FREE BUS
SERVICE
FOR BROCHURE
Call JE 8-2503
Or Write
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla.
ATMLfTrCS one SWIMMING
StNAGOCUF. CENTEtEO
FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS
DIAMATKS -SINGING
a*4 DANCM6
WEEKLY SAIBATH SERVICE
e*+0tMA
i hi,
Yenr
IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
JUNE 28 AUG. 22
MpMllini Camps tor
tori Gins
ACES StolS
warn
1451 N. BAYSHORE
DRIVE, MIAMI.
o >HO
m 1-78S8
FR 9-8601
Daily Waltr Skiing ond Hoiwbotk Riding
Got*. Yennn Pro. phjrtKol fitnosi program,
cultural octivifiov troe Tutoring Friday
Sabbath Service*
I Directors Founders
Theodore R Struhl. M.O.
Frankie and Ben Miller
Major Leonard Wollmon
Robert Wollmon
dam Pimmi
HENDERSONVILLE N.C.
AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
Full Athletic and Cultural pro-
gram for boys and girls, ages 5-
17.
Saeetei Pre-Camp
Wette'i Far/ Trip
The Director* .
Dr. ond Mrs. Donold D. Michoelson MO 7 1 808
- MO 7 9784
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Melfzer JE 8-8696 JE
1 -6776 sf*aari iin *
Phono or write today fo, .Uuttroted oook'et
w.ttl full inlormot.c-
CAMP PINEWOOD
53J wST 30th STREET. MIAMI IEaCM f lORiOA
Toath a flmork
6'4ri loevwt oboe
Ow C I T. ft PI
fWorlflf' Prcoramt
Preparing for a unique festival of Isrcei: senq
and dance on Saturday night at Temple Men-
orah cie thete members of the Menorah
USY. Left to right are Marc Sussmar.. Mariene
Secai David 'Shapiro. Diane Glickmcn. Zvi
Honor and Judy Piotkin. The event is being
sponsored by the South Florida Reg;cr. o:
Unfed Synagogue Youth, whose parent body
is the Regional United Synagogue of A.-r.er.-
ca. Eight USY groups present:- .-
Avrahcrr. Grobcrd Is:;;
. ,, -------
;j
Lnger, will orfer a medle\ si tongs. JL
pram is being produced mdei thestsM
of Mr. and Mrs. Jcceph ':'::..:- PhiHnl
of Beth Dcvid Cong
Southeast Region Unite S
Ccmmissicr.
Camp Listings Offered fi
FLORIDA
Cowo Gen Itrmtl i*rl Camp
Boy> 7 to 17Located in Deland
tleieht>. 250 mile> from Miami.
For information write or call
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, director.
4455 N Jefferson A\e. Miami
BeachJE 17919. JE 2-5694
CaJeaeedff B*ee Cmm, ft Teea-Aeen
Teen-age Bo>s and GirlsLoca
ted on a 10-acre ocean front estate
tf the Colonnades Beach Hotel.
For information, write Rojr John
?ton director, Coionna'!" B,-ach
Camp. Palm Beach Short Fla..
M4-5221
Hebrew Academy Saenner Dor Camp
Children 4 through 132400 Pine
tree Dr 'Air conditioned
For information cj!1 512-H2:. t. .1
1} mam I
For II .." mi
call
Coma Weee/eh
75th St. ami Cartyle Ave Miami
CAMP OCALA
Camp Ocaia is eotermg Us 11th
season of camping this year with
the original group of founders and
directors and. for the first time,
uith second generation camper>
Camp Ocala. for boys and girls
ages 5 to 16. is located on Sellers
Lake I'matilla in 1 :.k County
Fla.. and i less than 280 r.
north of Miami The camp*.-
- over 200 acre- of wooded
property in the heart of the Ocaia
National For- It
The private ump .rum..
situated in the mid.-t of almost
500.000 wooded acre> under the
. lance and protection of
Theodore Struhl practicing: Miami
surgeon and en the facult> of the
University of Miami Mtlical
School. He had had over 20 rears
of experience in camping and i-
chairman of Water Safety and
First Aid Service* for Dade Coun-
ty and medical advisor for
American Red Cross,
Ma; Leonard Wollrr.ar. prin
cipai of a Da:Ie County >ceoo;
has been active for tfai pas)
years in campin. and c' Idren's
activities
Robe rt Woili prin
cipal of North Beach Element
- il and chairman of the South-
ern Region of the Florida Can

.". iampin. i >r (hi
years
1 I "
cut for I
. identifi
rectors and
camping field loi
Comp Ocili
nta \a
Forest
F :
I
Temple Em.nu-EI Dir
Fi Cnderi
Lehnnaj
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call rt fl
le J
GEORGIA
S.. laeCii
- ( li-J
.
.-(1 States National I rest Set
\ic>- All of the-, facilities are
at the disposal of Ocala
ional tra outdoor
ng.
The camp site is situated on a
hilly slope commanding an es
pan:\e view cf the '.ntire three-
mile Lake Sellers. The girls' and
boys' waterfront campu.->e> stretch
along a half mile of sandy b-
shoreline
Founder-director> include Dr.
A Uaiqie Casip in Florida...
... M tfee beaatifj 10-Kre ocew-frool
ostaot oi At Cotanaatftt BeoCk H:tf
Hero Bet *** Girt Teoe-J:s re fiven
M >oel oeportamtytMaofti prote-.
saooM loatructioe ob4 supenmaan-ta
evalap their aatard apMueei aad Ul
oats. ledr> courses ncMe Goct (at the
aew PCA Natioael Cart ertk 2 IS-rote
cscmt). Taanrs. SeStif. kmrnrnz Sparts
BasabaU. FcettaH. Oramates. Pkotot
nvphji. Arts t Crafts. Bodj CaMrtoairi
*etft Aarastawnt Charm School tor
C.n, with ctassas m Maa>!>a(. Bei'jty
Coftara. Sacatl Grace-, etc Ma*iie< .
Scaaai fat Baas Special tutarirg anth
ataSBBBaa saeunar school cearsas uraria
We. FaoMties incleae IBM It of private
peach. Ceaana Chrk with 2 pools. Tom s
CtaS. Gfiwnjsrwa with Atraawtic baths
ttatplttt theatre air-conditiowea eem
anaakan For arUHs. wrap Roy Johjrstoa
thrador. Coronaades Beach Cp let
Taea-aaers. Pirn-Bet/-Sv :'. : -i
at call Ptlm eetch 144 W..
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
THE OPENING OF A
SUMMER DAY CAMP
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13
of Entire Greater Miami Area
IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOLS
8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG.'
$200.00 for the entire 8-week session
FEE INCLUDES: F-ee B_s Transportet ":'}L
OurBeai'--. f Equipped Dining Hl 5
PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: ^Jm
SWIMMING inslrucfions for bee L^\
SPORTS and ATHLETICS ^jS
ARTS a^d CRAFTS vC"ey
DRAMATICS
MUSK ^ j^
PaiVAIE TUTORING IN MESBEW AND *.i s "
AU ACTIVITIES UNDCR THE W^SSSi
EXPERIENCED. WELL-TRAINED SPECIAL
We promise eight weeks ef fun and pW*0
Activities galore for a child re treasure
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
CALL 532-6421


A-"-
1965
*Jenis* florid/an
Paqe 9-A
wrguiba Pushes Peace Campaign
CMKCID WITH fOMtNTING DISUNITY PAG LA
i[\, President
I. Jba <>f Tunisia
11 t;. k hh one-man
fc., i, -1 ide !'" Arab
their dream of
I, ,.. seek instead a
Red r -
.. i, he proposed
i,j0l i id by the Arab
. T i i r n i.'- lia'e
a||( 111 ime neutral capi-
conditiora ho
- Eor Arab agree-
Le, -al even he ad-
I,,. oably would re-
; pr : sal.
Ls public call for negstia-
[lit proposed that Israel ac-
.. United Nations partition
Irmtr.daliors of 1947. One of
would require Israel to
hip territory it seized in re-
Arab invaders in the 1948
nd return to the original
Ijaries proposed in the UN
L-nendaiions for separate
[.nd Jewish states in man-
dated Palestine. The other would
commit Israel to permit the Arab
refugees either a return to their
pre-1948 homes and properties or
Israeli compensation.
In a related develcpment, he
;:!d a Christian Science M inltor
correspondent that he could nol ac-
cept a propos il male by Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Mir
the-' e come to Israel to act as a
mediator for the negotiations he
'.'.ms proposing. Mrs Min- made
ler proposal in an interview with
."i Israeli journalist uhich wan
M adcast trom Tel Aviv on Apr. ig.
He explained his rejection by
ic irin-^ that "Only Palestine
Arabs" were qualified to negotiate
on thi r fate" and he was not
ne i f them, lie posed the qu< --
ion: "Would Mrs. Meir accept
h"s compromise solution of return-
ing to legality within the frame-
work of United Nations decisions?
Ii I were an Israeli." he told the
correspondent, "I would so so. It
would be a compromise which
vould make possible bath coopera-
tion and coexistence."
He asserted that if Israel
"would agree to negotiate on this
basis, the Palestine Arabs them-
selves and other representatives
cf the Arab people can negotiate
with then-." He repeated state-
ments he had made previously
durirg visits to Jordanian Jeru-
salem and Beirut that the Arabs
cculd not presently win a war
against Israel.
lie I >rmcd the current dispute
over Arab announced intentions to
divert the headquarters of the
dan River and thus deny its
waters to Israel as a "secondary"
matter which would disappear "like
e h. Arab-Israeli disputes" it a
basic compromise solution was
81 hieved. The Jordan waters could
become an clement of cooperation.''
He suggested thai perhaps a sort
i.i Gallup poll might determine
whether the Arabs were really as
rpposed as '.hey sounded to his
Call for moderation.
For his "distinguished volunteer services" in behalf of Variety
Children's Hospital. Zev Bufman. of Coconut Grove Playhouse
(center), receives the hospital's Appreciation Award. The
plaque presentation is made by Harold Dunsky (riqht), direct-
or of the hospital development program, shown with Mrs
Dunsky, as they attended a recent performance of Gersh-
wins "Porgy and Bess."
wish Floridian Readers
j7
- 682 or Broward
NORTH CAROLINA
Ci~) Osceola
a: > through 13
fed Strict 8U
Uon and operated b)
I ruin B. Marshall, principal.
For information call III 5-3585.
Comp Judaea
Bovs and CiirisLocated in
Strict kashruth
CAMP PINEWOOD
ip Pine-wood is located in
sonville. N.C., and is under
u/e.'ii- nt Dr. and Mrs.
Mi,:. ;. .n and Mr. and
Eh Mclttt
Bblf children ages 5 to
Jere are two sessions: for
flweeks, June 26 to Aug. 20;
ur v coks, July 23 to Aug. 20.
ured ai jolt, tennis, football
Bseball. eaure lore, camp
tri; hikes, music ac-
tion, an I dramatics.
on the program are photcg-
all u ter s|x>rt>. archery
bath services and choir are
[ ind tutoring is of-
Is, such as re-
ret i, i. u math and He-
I been under the
I i : directorship of
For
Henderson ville,
ibserved.
For local information. DirectOI
Frank Fa.benbloom. 945-9665 Mi-
ami; or Don I'richason, L'N 6-067:!
or 799-4389: or write 50 Whitehall
St.. Atlanta, Ga.
f. *
Camp Highlander
HighlandsBoys and girls 7 to 14,
write Larry J. Pedicord. 1501 NE
62nd St.. Ft, LauderdaJc Fla.
Blue Star Camp
Girls and Boys 7 to 17Located
in Hendersonville. Write to Her-
man 51. and Harrj G. Popkln, lioo
i rescent Ave. N.E.. Atlanta. C.a
In Greater 'Miami area contact
Mrs. I.i! Rosen. IK 1-8205: Mrs.
Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 or HI 6-0817;
or. and Airs. Irving Bernstein.
I UN 6-3244: Ham Kaplan. \V.\ 2
1162 or WA 3-1577.
Camp Pinewood
Located in Hendersonville. Fur
nd Mel:/ers for
rs
;., kitchen are un-
le siun Of a trained
an, meals are well-
1 \ lied to allow for
All baking is
n uses.
- situated on rolling
1.4U0 feet above sea
int of the :ampus
>'A private Lake Luana.
which are arranged the
m i o bui! lings which ccm-
thc camp Information is
We t 535 W 30th St.. Miami
hoys and girls, ages 5-17. Directors.
Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michaelson.
MO 7-1808, MO 7-9781 and Mr. and
Mis. Eli Meltzer, JE 8-8696. direct-
ors for past eleven years.
For brochure, Camp Pinewood.
53S W. 30th St.. Miami Beach.
PENNSYLVANIA
Pine forest Camp
In the Pocono Mountains 4'i;
hours from Miami Airport to camp
by plane and car. Separate facil-
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.
EMANU-EL SUMMER CAMP
Temple Emanu-EI is accepting
reg tration for its Summer Day
Camp, which will open on June
14 ter its eiglf'i consecutive year.
Milt o n Feinstein, director, an-
rounced. The camp is under the
personal guidance of Dr. Irving
Lehi man.
The synagogue centered camp
places special emphasis on pro-
Igiamming in Jewish cultural and
spiritual value.-, with a well-round-
ied athletic program, field trips,
dramatics, singing and dancing
A well-trained staff under the di-
rection of "Uncle Miltie," history
teacher at Miami Beach High
.-.lit 1. is in charge of all activities
Campers are provided with a bev-
erage at lunch time, as well as a
mid-morning and aiternon snack,
and bus transportation to and
from camp. A hot lunch is optional.
Fur'.her information may be ob-
tained from the Temple office at
1701 Washington Ave.
CAMP JUDAEA
CAMPING WITH A ClffESfVCf
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
OUR 12th SEASON
BOYS & GIRLS 3rd 10th GRADES
IN THI PICTUKtSQUt BlUt R/DGf MOUNTAINS
$465-8 WEEKS $245-4 WEEKS
ALL THE USUAL CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming Instruc-
tion & Canoeing Dramatics Nature Study Camp-Outs Etc.
A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUt
CAMPERS Israeli Folk Dancing and Singing Discussion Groups
Special Projects.
SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will
Participate for Entire Season.
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 50 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION
Sponsored By Hadassah and Zionist Oraaniiation of America
An Outstanding Mountain Camp in the Pocono Mts. of Pennsylvania
PINE FOREST CAMP
34

GREELEY-PIKE COUNTY. PA.
4 Hours from Miami Airport to Camp by Plane and Car
YCARS WITH THE SAME fAMILY LEADERSHIP-UNCLE HUGHIt BLACK
Nnne So Wise As the Experienced." Ben Sirs, Chap 34
SEPARATE FACILITIES FOR BOYS & GIRLS, 6 to 16
SAILING CANOEING SKIING
EMPHASIS ON ATHLETICS ESPECIALLY
BASKETBALL & TENNIS CLINICS
EXPERIENCED MATURE STAFF
ACORN VILLAGE FOR 4 to 6 YR. OLDS
RESIDENT DOCTOR AND NURSES
SABBATH SERVICES
Por Information and Brochures Contact Our Local Representatives:
FITHIAN STUDIOS OF DANCING & DRAMA
323 West 47th Street, Miami Beach, Ph. JE 1-7883
HARRIETT VAISMAN4335 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, Ph. 538-8933
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"HIGHEST CAMP EASTERN AMERICA"
English t Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call: Ft. Lauderdale,
524-3653, Mr. Larry J. Pedicord, Camp Administrate*, collect, or write for
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+Jewisi> tier Mian
FridaY. April 3Q,
Leonard Rosen Succeed* Maurice fievitz
As President of Temple Menorah Here
-f >
Leonard Rosen was elected presi-
( nt of Temple Menorah by ac-
. .-nation at a Temple Menorah
era! meeting Sunday evening
en succeed! Maurice Revitz,
who held the office tor a record
five-year term.
n, chairman of the board of
the GuM American Land Corpora-
run been identified with
Temple Menorah ever since his ar-
rival here nine years ago. He served
honorary vice president of the
'It-mple prior to his election.
High-Rise Slates
CJ A Breakfast
Set for May 9
One of Miami Beach's newest
huh-rise apartments, the Bay Ter-
race, will hold a breakfast on be-
half of the 1965 Combined Jewish
Appeal on Sunday. May 9, at 10
a m.. it was announced by John N.
Serbin. chairman of the Residents
Division.
Kdward Schuchman and Louis
Sohuchmen, co-chairmen of the
breakfast, announced that the guest
speaker will be Arthur S. Rosichan.
executive director of the Greater
.Miami Jewish Federation and Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Members of the Bay Terraoc
Committee include Mario Colins.
Joseph Deutsch. Edward I. Ellman.
Arthur Geller. Jack Goldman.
Samual Goldstein. Arthur N. Kraus.
Joseph Richter. Abe Schlosser and
Morris Solomon.
Rosen is active in the Jewish
community, presently serving as
chairman of the State of Israel
Bonds for Greater Miami, vice
chairman of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, and a permanent
leader of the Hebrew Academy.
LOUS Reinstein was elected vice
1 resident of the Temple succeed-
ing Sol Prankel. other officers
elected were Louis DeCoveny,
treasurer; Jerry Lelchuk. secret-
ary; Jack Burstein. financial se-
cretary; Sam Malow, assistant fi-
nancial secretary; and Max Kraus-.
Honorary president.
Members of the board are Dave
Alper.. Mrs. Elsie Belsky. Morris
C Berger. Michael Bronstein.
.loseph Denmark. Himen Fenster.
Sol Frankel. Nathaniel Glickman.
Jaime Go Idem berg. Dr. Samuel
Greenfield. Samuel Graubart. Mor-
ris Hock, David Kleiman. Dr. SiB
mund Klein, Jack Korenblit,
Emanuel Lebowitz. Joseph Mans-
h:;ch. Jacob Matz. I'berto Orvieto.
Julius Resnick. Harry Rosenfeld,
Sam Schiffnian. Al Sherman. Rob-
ert Siegel. I. Wally Sigal. Milton
Singer. Charles Sommer. Saul
Tra ,hman. Jerry Sussman. Jerome
L'ffner. Maurice Weil. Rubin Zer-
lin and Irwin Zuckerman.
Incoming and outgoing officers of Temple itz. outgoing president; Louis Reinstein
Menorah are shown (ieft to right) with Rabbi president; Sol Frankel, outgoing vice*
Mayer' Abramowi'z, spiritual leader: Leonard dftir'aifd Mcfx KtcusS. honordryvjfesM^
Rosen, newly-elected president; Maurice Rev-
Zilbert to be Cifed
Leonard Zilbert, vice president
of Riverside Memorial Chapels, w ill
be honored May 4 by Miami Beach
Posl 385 of the American Legion.
Zilbert w ill receive a plaque for his
services rendered to the post and
to veterans of Dade County
to?. KT
'Career Clinic1
At Temple Judea
In an effort better to prepare
local teen-agers for their decision
about a career or vocation, a panel
of five professional leaders will
participate in a "Career Clinic" on
Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Temple Judea.
Leading the discussion will be
Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
director of Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice; Dr. Edward J. Fox, ohairman
ol the University of Miami Depart-
ment of Marketing: Dr. Murray I.
Mantell. chairman of UM's Depart-
ment of Civil Engineering; Sidney
Efionson. attorney; and Dr. Carl
M Baumann. a practicing dentist
on the staff of three Dade hospitals.
According to Dr. Goodman, the
vocational guidance program will
be aimed at answering questions
for high schoolers and their parents
regarding the educational require-
ments and financial opportunities
in various fields of work.
"Career Clinic has been co-
ordinated by Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg,
a psychologist and vocational
guidance counselor with Jewish
Vocational Service. Mrs. Charles
Feinberg, president of JVS. said
that the program is the first of its
kind in Dade County.
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*Jmlsti fhrtdtnn
Page 11-A
'cumenical Statement in Revision
Continued from Pg 1-A
be New York Times, in a cable
its correspondent in Rome
junday. said that the draft dec
jtion is now being fought at top
Is in Ihe Vatican, and is in
Cer of being so diluted as to
e its message meaningless.
correspondent cited the fol-
Mg fads as indications that
[declaration faces new chal-
ks, and that changes in its
may be made next month,
j,g a plenary meeting of the
Council Secretariat for Christian
| Unity:
1. Th. document had been
| passed on to an ad hoc extra-
i councilor commission of four
| prelates, acting as a separate
.group instead of being part of
the Council, for review of the
declaration and for recommend-
ing revisions. That body is com-
posed of four prelates, headed
by the Rev. Luigi Carli, of Segni,
Italy, identified as "one of Hie
most ultra-conservative voices in
the church."
(p. Pepper Will be Guest Speaker May 6
Israel Independence Rally on Beach
i Stales Congressman Claude
ber will he principal speaker
IGreali-r Miami's community-
celebration of the 17th anni-
ary cf Israel's independence
fsday night, May 6. 8 p.m., at
[Miami Beach Auditorium,
onsored by Ihe Zionist Council
juth Florida, the giant rally is
I and open to the general public.
brdu'.L! 1 o Manuel Burstein,
fcdent of Ihe Zionist Council.
fit is altogether fitting that
p. Pepper, who played such a
kjor role in fighting for Israel's
^ogniticn by the United States
United Nations during his
ice in the Senate, has accept-
our invitation," Burstein
pp Pepper, twice elected to
en-- ;iom Florida's Third Con-
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Senate from November 4. 1936 to
January 3. 1951. and returned to
Congress exactly 12 years later.
The legislator, who will bo 65 in
September, was a stalwart in the
Democratic leadership during the
se.ond, third and fourth terms of
the late President Rcowvelt. and
has been a champion of liberal leg-
islation Ihroughcut his career.
Admission to the Thursday night
rally, although free, is by ticket
only. Tickets may be secured from
ffiecrs of local units of rladassah,
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. Karband. Mizrachi, Pioneer
Women. Poale Zion and other co-
operating agencies
A star-studded entertainment
program is being arranged, ac-
cording to Burnett Roth and
Gerald Schwartz, honorary
presidents of the Zionist Council
and co chairmen of the 17th an-
niversary celebration.
The Miami Beech Auditorium
event, Burstein pointed out, will
be held on the exact Hebrew cal-
endar anniversary of Israel's in-
dependence in 1948, the fifth of
[yar, and will coincide with offi-
al ceremonies in the state of Is
rael.
"It will be an evening of re-
joicing over Israel's progress and
of remembrance of the hM
events which shaped the rebirth
of the Jewish State," Burstein as-
serted
Hep. Pepper is a member of the
House Banking and Currency Com-
mittee, the .Subcommittees o'
Domestic Finance. International
Finance. International Trade and
chairman of the Sub-committee on
Tourism.
He played a major role in se-
curing federal funds for Dade
County's Interama project. A na-
tive of Alabama and a graduate
of the University of Alabama, he
is a graduate of Harvard Law
School.
As a member of the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee for
some 11 years, he served as chair-
I man of the powerful Senate Middle
' East Sub-committee and was a
foremost spokesman for the cause
iof Israel's establishment.
Burstein stressed that there will
'be no fund-raising, solicitations or
appeals of any form at the Thurs-
day night celebration.
Tony Daryll. featured singing
star at the Carillon Hotel, who
chew rave notices for his perform-
ance in "West Side Story." and
SaKva Merrige. mezzo soprano,
will headline the entertainment
program. Esther Barrett will ac-
company at the piano
Mrs. Arthur Pekelner, honor-
ary president; Mrs. Milton
Green, vice president; and Mrs.
Manuel Burstein, financial se-
cretary; are serving with Roth
. and Schwartz as associate chair-
| men of the community-wide
meeting.
Members of the Young Ji-deans'
dance team will be a special fea-
tured attraction. Don Pritchard-
son, director of t.he Zionist Youth
Commission, will present the anni-
versary selection.
This group has reportedly pro-
posed a completely new and short-
er text of a declaration which
would speak merely of "forgive
ness" to the Jews rather than of
exonerating them of the deicide
charge. Only one member of the
ad hoc group. Giovanni Cardinal
Colombo. Archbishop of Milan,
was reported to have opposed the
changes advocated by Bishop
Carli.
2. "Highest Vatican authorities"
were reportedly in favor of revis-
ing the preliminary declaration "to
insure its orthodoxy and purity of
doctrine" and to safeguard the in-
terests of Roman Catholics in Ar-
ab lands who fear their govern-
ments would discriminate against
them if the declaration is adopt-
ed as approved last November.
3. A magazine article by Bish
op Carli last month, bluntly as-
serting that the Jews of Jesus'
day did, indeed, bear collective re-
sponsibility for His crucifixion.
Further, the Bishop wrote that, to
the extent that Judaism today
constitutes the "free and voluntary
continuation" of that of Jesus'
time, today's Jews continue to
"participate objectively in the re-
sponsibility for deicide."
4. A sermon on Apr. 4 by
Pope Paul VI illustrating the
continued rejection of Jesus by
many men by reference to the
Jews who "in the end, killed
him." Assurances by Vatican
spokesmen that this was mere-
ly a pastoral reference to scrip-
tural texts without any signifi-
cance for the declaration have
failed to still speculation that it
indicated papal adoption of the
conservative thesis.
5. Intense diplomatic activity be-
! tween Arab representatives and
the Vatican, the Arabs insisting
that the preliminary declaration
as it stands would be interpreted
as Vatican support of Israel.
The four-man commission had
been requested by Pope Paul to
submit a unanimously agreed-upon
document to the next session of
the Ecumenical Council. Since no
unanimity was achieved, the com-
mission has reportedly passed on
its report to the Secretariat for
Christian Unity, headed by Augus-
tin Cardinal Bea. The latter has
been the chief proponent ot a
strong declaration, clearly exon-
erating the Jews of the deicide
charge.
The Times reported that high-
ranking churchmen, including
Americans, who have asked the
Vatican to reassure them that the
November draft would not be al-
tered substantively, have received
"equivocal answers from the high-,
est Vatican sources."
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Jen /#> fhrkiian

Will Cite Federation Chiefs
The 27th annual meeting of the
Greater Mir mi Jewish Federation
abined Jewish Appeal will
edera ion President Sidney
Leicdurt'a three t< .
Um Pedi rati I Dr. Ir.
Lehm.an for <......ful years
;.- < -,' sign i : the 1S64
IKS CJA
me. men1 pi the dual tri-
i te, u hdeh i. I tal place on Sat
i. relay evening, Maj 22, .t the
Ylf-YWHA, 8500 SW 8t!i St *as
nade bj David B. Fleeman, chair-
man ol il annual meeting and
CJA Victory Dinner P-ince Com
e
"This year's annual meeting
will be most significant because
of our justly-deserved testimo-
rials to Sidney Lefcourt and Dr.
Lehrman for dedicated and self-
less service to our Federation,
0ishop Carroll, Mrs.
Finkelstein Chosen
Continued from Page 1-A
I
as
;t was
to

support 'if
civil rights pr dom of
;. ment, education,
; i commodations
During 1964, Bishop Carroll
Brandeis Names
Former Floridian
By Special rteport
WALTHAM, Mass Leonard
Singer, of Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, has been appointed di-
rector of Learning Resources at
Brandeis University, effective in
Scptem her
-. a resident "I Boca Raton.
Fla., i* curren;!> director of liarn-
' irce .i' Florida Atlantic
University there Prior to 1962. he
\ as employed with the Dade Coun-
ts Board oi Instruction chairman
rf the Spech l>< | artmenl and de
f the D > Junior
el liter.
lie is tin .: "The Florida
Stdry-Highe| Educajion/i ami has
v ". exfl -
i .. "i Audi eti in"
the "National Physical Educa-
BS and MS de
i..... Boston i .- i rsitj. and was
>sical mus lirector for sev-
B -' >i :.. lio statioi
i i iO's,
served, and still serves as chair-
man of the IB-member Dade Coun-
ty Mf-tio Community Relation
Board, which he first prop:sed
and helped organize. The late
President Kennedy publicly
singled out Dade County for the
work of its Metro Community
Relations Board.
Bishop Cam 11 also i> one of three
Dade County Citizens who were ap-
pointed by President Johnson as
number; oi the newly-created
Citizens Con nittee tor Community
Relations,
The Silver \u oaliian Award of
the National Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews was presented to
Bishop Carroll 'Miring the annual
Brotherhood Dinner here in Febru-
ary.
The award iu- presented in ab-
sentia. Bishop Carroll was on of-
ficial business in Brazil this week.
Mrs Finkelstein is a lending club-
woman and civic worker ltere .vie
v. as last Sunday installed for a sec-
ond term as president of the Great-
ci Miami Chapter of the American
Jewish Committe.
In July. 1963. she received the
Outstanding Alumna Award of
Alpha Bpsilon I'.u Sor rity for
Commumtj Service She was found-
es lint df the sororitj 's
ter at the University oi .Miami.
I v nnivt
in Fcbni.il>
Active in many community af-
faiis, Mrs. Finkelstein served
five terms as president of th? Girl
Scout Council of Tropical Florida.
She is chairman of the Dade
County Quality Education Com-
mittee, which produced the first
report in more than a decade on
hew to improve the county school
system.
Mrs. Finkelstein is on the board
i : Traveler's tod & let) \
' -- i iation ol I"niversitj Women
and I mal v'isi
loi -
Permanent judges for the annual
li< ebe, man-
aging i Miami H< raid; Rail h
ck. vice i in charge of
i i .'-. U'l \ .1 an I 1 ';! i K Shochet,
pi I lislu i oi Thi sh Floi ii ian.
to cur community, and to men,
women, and children overseas
who cou.it on us for a life of
freedom and dignity," Fleeman
said.
"It is most fitting that our dinner
meeting tike place at the n?v.est
Federation affiliated facility in air
community, the Y.M and YWHA
he added.
Assisting Fleeman in key posi
tii ns on the Dinner Committee will
be a nun utstanding leade a
'ii and in comm.mal
vity l)r Joseph P .\arot will
e i toast master lor the even
lack Katzman and Mrs.
i man are c -chairing
i \.:angi mei i- Committee Mrs.
ton B G< tdsU in wiH be | i
airman, and Mrs Sol Gold-
in will serve as ch lirman of
nstess -
he Dinner temmit-
I--I include Leoj Mrs
Jack Ablin, Mrs. William I Bren-
11 r, Joseph Cohen, Leo Eisj ..-
..: saron Farr, Paul Faske M -
Char!"- Ft i m rg. Marshall Harris,
Mrs Daniel Neal Heller.
Also. Mrs. L; n Kaplan. Mrs
Inez Krensky, Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, Sam
Pollock, Fred K Shochet. Mrs S '
Silverman. Harold Tfaurman, Mrs.
Howard Trinz and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
,M*
Presentation of a beautifully-illus::.
is made to Jacob Rabinowitz. of Be. Iskradi
Irvinq Lehrman. chairman of the 19c: Combined Jews'
peal. Rabinowitz has been a leader in the Greater MinU
ish Federation and in the Jewelry Group of Cerr.c.-.e:'"
Appeal for the last 25 years, and also in Temple fc:
where Rabbi Lehrman serves ai spuiiual .eccer.
Yeshiva to Get Kennedy Fund?
NEW YORK iJTAi An
agreement for cccpcntion in the
expansion of rcsear.h and educa-
tion for mentally retarded children
was signed here this week by Dr.
Samuel Belkm. president ol Y< hi
va University, and Francis Cardi-
nal Spellman. Archbishop oi N w
York, in hi- caoacit) a- head of the
governing board of the Kennedy the -' -
Child Study Center conducted in lie I ij
fiis city by the Catholic Charities
Participating in the ceremony Um .rwnwt,
were Sargent Shriver. direct r of "> EinsteinM
the U.S. Office of Economic Op-
portunity, who is also director of tic*
the Joseph P Kenned) Jr Founds ir.elpetl
tion. and S !ti r Patricia, i Imi is- i
rratrr of a day care center nAere I
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April 30. 1965
+Jen1sti rhrMirir
Page 13-A
orld Leaders Recall Warsaw Ghetto
nued from Page .1-A
ment to the Unknown Jew-
I Rev Msgr. Riquet. dean
e'Dame. preached the ser-
foe centuries-old cathedral.
had himself been im-
in a Nazi concentration
mat ,ne war- In ^ pres'
y^ President, he preached
recalling these "days of
,!! terror." and led a pray-
ed! those, whatever their
, med, who vanished into
! nighl "
hbile, M Pompidou, accom-
Pierre Messmer, Min-
Defense, and Jt-an Sain-
I jgti 11 war Veterans,
jn ie ceremony at the
m to the Unknown Jewish
[Walking down a lny lane
tell war veterans, whose
I their flags, and
iounded a dirge, the
i Hanked by a Pres
Guard ol Honor in full uni-
|i rds drawn, laid a
idiil of the nioiiu-
urcith was inscribed
i ie Prime Minis-
pssrds of persons stood at
o- during the rites. Many
perl concentration camp
s Chief official Jewish
po-its were Grand Rabbi
iKapian and Baron Guy de
lh Id, president of Fonds
jju'f Unifie. The tradition-
for the dead was recit-
|c cantor. Similar services
dd in cities and towns
hojt France. Special pro-
recalling the Naii terror
presented on the French
II radio and television net-
pers ins meanwhile
jhaftesbury Theatre
Remembrance Day
honoring the martyrs of
r.\ i;'i> i i uprising ff 22
fci> and celebrating also the
i ary of the liberation
lot the most notorious Nazi
pmps like those at Belsen
hau. Prominent non-Jews
8< iii am mg them Sir
J n< Britain's Attorney
weaker at the ttinction in-
Commander K Ashe Lin-
ae Polish-Jewish Kx-Serv-
Assi :iation, which was
he principal sponsors of the
event, along with leading represen-
jtatives of the other co-sponsoring
J groups, including the Board of
i Deputies of British Jews and the
British section of the World Jewish
i Congress.
A message from Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World Jew-
ish Congress, stated that "Jews of
the present generation must, again
and again, recall the tragedy of the
Nazi era, the significance of which
; has not yet been realized. Meetings
like this one must serve as warn-
! ings to all peoples of the world that
they must protect freedom."
A large rally marking the 22nd
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising was held in New York un-
der the auspices of the Warsaw
Ghetto Resistance Organization.
Those participating also paid
homage to the memory of the 6,
000.000 Jews killed in the Nazi hol-
ocaust. A resolution was adopted
urging the construction of a suit
able memorial in New York City to
honor the Jewish victims of the
Nazis.
The main speaker at the event
was Judge Michael A. Musmanno,
one of the jurists who participated
in the Nuremberg War Crimes
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Fridc
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Sign of Spring: When the Rabbi Visits the ParJ
UfHEN t h e
^ rabbi vis-
its the park, it
is a sign of
spring. I L.
R a b i n ovitz. i
who writes
about Torah
and Flora" in
the Jerusalem
Past, tells of
saintly Rabbi Kook and the stu
dents of his Yeabiva to the Jeru.
salem Gardens to recite the
blessing on seeing the trees in
blossom The blessing which is
found in the Tractate Berachot
of the Talmud reads: "Bleeeed
art Thou. O Lord, who hath not
left His world lacking and hath
created in it goodly trees for She
pleasure of mankind "
I do not know how many rab-
bis perform this Mitzvah A new
book on the work of the rabbi
has just come out. The author is
Dr. Abraham J Feldman. for-
mer president Of 'he Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
Dr. Feldman notes that the rab-
binate has undergone many
changes. He .has a sense of hti
mor and tells of the little boj
who explained the difference be-
tvveen the cantor and the rabbi
"The cantor sings and the rabbi
tells what page to turn to."
The author is hard set against
all pretentiousness in the pulpit
Ho especially warns against the
so-called "ministerial voice."
The old-time rabbi did not
have this problem. He did com-
paratively little speaking. Nowa-
day*, :he congregations demand
above all. a good speaker The
people apparently do not have
the inclination to sit long dayi
and study the sacred writings.
They want an "instant Juda-
ism." so the rabbi is called upon
to crystallize spiritual thought
for the congregation and do it
preferably in not more than half
an ihour.
It is rot an easy task to keep
the attention of a congregation
composed of a variety of peo-
ple of different bak grounds.
There are many pitfalK
"Rabbi Mid a member- 1
congregation, -after t JL'
your sermon i on, v. ""I
5L*' "'*:
"WeU, -id the rabbi to.!
pose am to be con^
'or >>; en you *^*\
food for th ukhf "*
"It wasn'i that, rabbi;
the tnembei You see C
-1'"-!' "lurinj .he dav'i^i
sleep at ni&ht *M
* "" nognai]
*'ants rabbi
foreian News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Anns Balance: Facts and Figures
Jerusalem
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS have again focused at-
tention on the problem of the arms balance be-
tween Israel and the Arab countries. A closer look
al the Arab military scene and a review of the scope
01 Arab arming may help put the problem into its
proper perspective.
Western sources estimate that the Soviet Union
has. in the past years, supplied Egypt. Syria and Iraq
w ith one billion dollars worth of arms According
to these sources, the equipment supplied included
^600 tanks. 650 bombers and fighter aircraft. 8 de-
strovers. 11 submarines. 70 torpedoes mounted on
Pacific Newsletter:
12 "Comar" missile boats besides thousands "t
guns of various types and large quantities ot light
er arms.
The bulk of it went to Egypt A spokesman of the
Bonn Government recently revealed that over the
past nine years Egypt had received from the Soviet
Union S700 million worth of arms. These, the spokes-
man said, included 1.500 tanks. 1.500 guns. 200 fight-
ers. 120 Ilyu-hin 20 and Topolev lfi bombers. 80
training aircraft. 40 helicopters, transport aircraft.
submarine*, destroyers and torpedo boats.
These enormous quantities by no means exhaust the
list. They all relate to the past; and to it one should
PHILIP SL0M0VITZ
Hawaii Jewry as Mirror of Tomorrow
Honolulu
THE 50th STATE of the United States
the youngest in the Union, also has|
one of the youngest Jewish communi
ties in America. While there are legend
regarding the presentation of a Toral
to King Kalagaua when Hawaii was
kingdom and before it became an Ameri
can territory in the 1870 or 1880s. tin
fact is that Honolulu's Temple Emanu
El was organized but recently. Its dedi-'
cation took place in May of 1960. and while the Temple
points with pride to the Yad the Torah Pointer in its
Ark as purportedly having come from King Kalakaua.
everything in Jewish ranks here is new
There was a synagogue here before the formation of
Emanu-El The Congregation of the Honolulu Jewish
Community was first organized in 1938. But the common
ity's firmness was established with the construction ot the
permanent house of worship at 2550 Pali Highway.
It is in Honolulu on the island of Oahu that most of
the Jews reside. Only a handful of Jews are to be found
in the other islands Kauai. Molokai, Maui. Hawaii. Lo-
nai. Niihau. Kanoolawe.
In Honolulu, there are said to be as many as 2.000
Jews or more, but the affiliated Jews number 700 or
less. The rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Roy Rosenberg,
a graduate of Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. O..
points with pride to the fact that his congregation has
grown, during bis brief ministry since the dedication of
the Temple, from 100 to 160 families. But he believes a
great many more could be enrolled if an interest were
shown by the considerable number of Jewish professors
in the University of Hawaii
Hawaii has become known as one of the most entic-
ing vacation spots in the world, and tourism may. eventu-
ally, bring to these islands many more permanent sett-
lers. A speculator in Jewish population trends even sug-
gested that perhaps a Lubavitcber or some other Hasidic
group may decide to come here and revolutionize Jewish
life.
Meanwhile, this is a settlement farthest removed from
traditional observances. There are regular Friday night
services at Temple Emanu-El. and Rabbi Fishel Pearl-
mutter, the Conservative Navy chaplain stationed at
Pearl Harbor, tells us he gets at least 60 or more Jewish
serviceman at Friday night services he conducts at the
Pearl Harbor Chapel. There may be more than 300 Jew
Ish servicemen in this strategic military area
Vet. kosher meat is secured by Rabbi Pearlmutter only
for himself and. he states, for only two or three other
Jewish families, occasionally. Such kosher products must
Ih shipped to Hawaii from Los Angeles a 2.900-mile dis-
tance from Honolulu.
There were two rabbis who preceded Rabbi Rosenberg
the late Dr. Francis Hevesi. a former chief rabbi of
Hungary, and Rabbi Alexander Segel Both had helped
provide kosher meats for a larger number of families
during their ministry here. Observing Jews who required
kosher food products nave since become nil.
The 700 affiliated Jews represent the largest number
of Jews who can be reached with a Jewish appeal. There
are many members of the University of Hawaii faculty,
but few show a Jewish interest.
A prominent Hawaiian Jewish engineer, echoing Rab-
bi Rosenberg s sentiments gave another view of Hawaiian
Jewry that it is a test-tube for the study of the luture of
American Jewry.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Immigration Reform Now Ahead?
IT IS NOW more than a half cen-
tary since the British Foreign
Secretary. Sir Edward Grey, watch-
ing the clouds of World War I grow-
ever darker, said: "The lamps are
going out all over Europe; we shall
not see them lit again in our lite-
time."
Meanwhile, the great, warm
light in the lamp of the Statue of
Liberty has flickered and nearly died insofar as the
flame in the torch beckons a welcome to newcomers
to this nation. Sen. John L. McClellau. of Arkansas,
has been puffing at the lamp by saying: "1 don't
think we ought to let this country get flooded with
immigrants. We've got enough of an unemployment
problem as it is."
And Sen. Sam J Ervin Jr.. of North Carolina, has
tried to outsmart those working desperately to strip
the McCarran-Walter Immigration Law of its nation-
al quota principle. In a strong defense of immigration
from the presently favored nations England,
Scotland. Ireland, France, Germany, the Nether
lands, and the Scandinavian countries Sen. Ervin
says President Johnson, in his immigration reform
proposals, may well be giving us new discrimination
in the guise of weeding out the old discrimination.
Sen. McCarran and Rep. Walter, the man so con-
spicuously identified with the prejudiced aspects of
the law as it now stands, have both passed from
the scene. Where the powerful Congressman Walter
once sat in his role as arbiter of immigration policy,
Rep. Michael A. Feichan. of Cleveland, now sits.
And recent reports filtering through from Cleve-
land and Washington would indicate that the Ohio
lawmaker may be amenable to going along with
President Johnson's sharp desire to see the na-
tional origins quota maohanism smashed through
passage of the widely-supported 1965 immigration
reform proposal.
add new arms deaN recentl
eluded, or now negotiated
Soviet Union with Egypt, Sj
Iraq. A recently-concluded
Moscow provides for heav> bombers, and nuanl
u.nk< for Egypt's second armored divukn7i3
"Comar"' torpedo boats and advanced types of k|
stroyers. It was in connection with this new ami
deal that the Soviet Deputy Defense Minuter nil
commander of the fleet, Admiral Gerechkoretail
paid a ten-day visit to Egypt at 'he headofalaj
military mission.
A Syrian military mission returned several (sj|
ago from Moscow, where an arms deal was m\
eluded. The mission's visit, incidentally. comci&M
with the internal rapprochement between the niiij|
Ba'ath Party and the Communists whose esoatj
leader. K ha led Bakhdash. was permitted to rets* [
and with the hanging in Damascus of two Amenta |
"spies."
In Baghdad, the Iraqi duel ot staff last announced that "mest modern aircraft" have m
l>een acquired for the Iraqi Air Force and dq
are known to be Soviet MIG-21 and a forerunner^
more aims to come. Moreover, liitormed quarts
believe Iraq's ruler. Col. Aaref, has now decided*
abandon the hitherto pursued line of balancing at
arms acquisition between the East and West ads
switch over completely to the Soviet I'nion. TheiB
that the Soviet Chief of Staff is shortly to visit Im,
indicates that Moscow is quite Milling and rea)
to undertake the task of becoming Iraq's prow*
One should add that, in the past. Aaref hast*
reluctant to take this step But lie has apparent.
been pressured into it by Nasser, whose officers a
now very active in Iraq, followh igreemesltl
vi.-aging the ultimate unification ol the Irani at
Egyptian armies
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMM
The New U.S. LiuJ
Was! |
THE STATE DEPARTMENT is back-
ing away from comnvtment- on l!
rael's security. U.S. officials are noj
longer disposed to publicly rephrase the |
assurance given Israel last year by Pres
ident Johnson.
President Johnson has now turned
the entire Arab-Israel complex over into
the hands of the State Department. Thai
new State Department line is that the
immediate threat to peace in the mar ^^j.
Israel rather than the Arabs. Officials have m
that Israel has been given firm armngap
rsion **
ulionfd'
........w- -,|
tempting a military' response to Arab diversion __
water sources. The Arabs have al.-o bean ""
military moves against Israel, but M,ia' ogj)a1
ming would be within Arab territory, this
considered the same as armed agrestW
The State Department has sought to ev JJ3
application for arms following the l,oim ,,.,,* |
The Department "
pressed by Egyptian President Nasser SjMJ
of arms contracts. The Department .^'aU|^"Be1
the presence of American tanks in GelTO!
Israel.
sbip*l
Since Soviet arms continue P"l,nnK Ltin> H
Department is forced to make M""e ^^1^
ing Israel meet military needs I he > 'p ^aP
like to avoid this "Soviet trap" of en,l^7rm,iiS
States on the unpopular Israeli side ot fjfjJ jd*|
which the Communist bloc would be ""
Arab front. nco<^"1
An American formula has finally been c rf
United States will offer a new. '"^'^r^JI
training from supplying major arms i ^m
making limited exceptions on a case-D. nittM'l
need exists. Arms will be sent to Israel
ited quantities from time to time


. April 30, 1965
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A Sick Chief
By MAX LERNER
Top U.S. Diplomat in Israel
JCow that both houses of Congress have passed versions of the
IBayti-Collcr Amendment on the succession to the Presidency, we
I all lirt'ailip more freely when a conference group irons out the dil
Ice* and when three-quarters of the states ratify the amendment,
anniversary of FDR's death and the centenary of Lincoln's
Inatlon, both in a single week, remind us again that Presidents
nortal The amendment is a sensible one in providing that the
[president shouki nominate a man to fill the vacant Vice Presi-
kal chair and that a majority vote of both houses will make him
[president.
It mipl'l be argued that a Vice President succeeding to the Presi
k should hold it only for an interim period until a special elec
[car be held, on the ground that he might be a mediocre man
i sin event that no one should sit in the White House unless he
(een directly elected to it. But this could be cumbersome and un |
ng. The burden should be placed on the national parties to pick I
[vice Presidents as well as Presidents. Increasingly we are com-
understand that every year we elect not just one President but
. the second a spare and that both had better be good enough i
I entrusted with the awesome power of the Presidency, potentially j
active as well as creative.
Ve need to make a fight soon to ratify the amendment, in every
But the crunch of it lies not in the problem of a Presidents
h. but of his "disability" or "inability" to discharge his office. '
the crunch of that crunch if I may use a barbarism has to do
(mental disability rather than physical illness.
The new amendment says that if a President is too sick, physic- ]
mentally, to give way to the Vice President, the decision that he ;
able to continue can only be made by the Vice President with a
rity of the Cabinet; That it will take the same group to override
kktci I seeking to resume his office, and on a showdown that
ill need two-thirds of Congress as well. In a complex problem
strikes me as a procedure preserving an effective succession
guarding against a possible usurping cabal. To those who fear that
ens the door to a revolution by a Latin American Junta, the role
he two-thirds Congressional majority should be an adequate
pie doubts remaining in my mind don't involve the amendment,
he problem it-elf, which has become almost an insoluble one. We
the high incidence of mental breakdown in modern urban up-
cultures, under today's tensions. We know that the ordinary
ons are multiplied in the White House. We know that in an age
kerkill weapons, the head-of-state. whether in Russia, America.
re and presently China has immense power for destmctiveness.
ily we know, as Dr. Mortimer Ostow pointed out in an important
in the Times last Oct. 11, that "destructiveness is an intrinsic
onent of all mental illness."
* *
It know these things, but there remains the question of when a
i ill enough to be dangerous to the nation and the world. Many of
neurotic in one way or another, but when can a President be
ged psychotic? The amendment is based on the theory that the
working most closely with him the Vice President and Cab-
would be most likely to sense dangerous changes in him. But
en they detect the line between a willful and even arbitrary
! and a really sick chief a truly deranged one? And then there
I Question (raised in the Ostow letter) about a character disorder,
Wear insanity, which may lead him to destructive policies as
[Hitler and Stalin.
The problem then is not the fabled one of who will bell the cat:
amendment is clear on that it is to be the Vice President and
bet.
* #
Presidents then are not only mortal: They are also human, living
human tensions, often strengthened by them, sometimes dam
It n is true that a man's breakdown is in part related to the
pS i i ins work, then I suppose one possible contingency for the
Hential office would be paranoia. With his uncanny flare for the
per one topic ol the hour. Fletcher Knebel. who gave us "Seven
y," has written a new novel "A Night of Camp David."
| published next month which deals with exactly that contin-
to return to it when i' i- published,
THE WEEK... AS I SEE 17
Continued from Page 4-A
Jamly guilty, if only as manifestations of their rebelliousness
If these become more understandable.
I B> understandable,'' I of course mean as Soviet methods of
Wa to -rips with and neutralizing the Jewish will toward indc-
pnee. Both independence and rebelliousness are. patently, two
racteristics intolerable to the Kremlin.
At the outset of the Revolution, history suggests the Jews were
peted to be the most natural supporters of the new Soviet society.
Philosophic Marxist and Leninist condemnation of anti-Semi-
'- a clear case in point. What has happened since then? And
M can demonstrations and petitions do to turn the tide? For some
| Words on this, next week.
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Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
ster. No details were given on the
talks, but it was assumed that Arab
threats to divert Jprdan River
headwaters to deny the water to
Israel was among the principal
tcpics of the talks.
It was also assumed that there
was an exchange of views
based on the American diplo-
mat's talks with President Nas-
ser of Egypt and other leaders
he met on his current tour of
Arab capitals.
Newsweek magazine reported
that "the United States was nego-
tiating a deal with Israel, calling
for direct shipment of American
munitions." According to the pub-
lication, the Israelis are expected
"to get significantly more weapons
from the U.S. directly than they
were getting through Germany" to
balance the Russian shipments of
planes and missiles to Egypt.
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Miami, Florida. Friday, April 30, 1965
Section 3
BB Women Will Install Officers
; the final touches to the Variety Women's
nstallation May 3 at the Deauville Hotel, at which
Melnikei (standinq left), of 295 So. Hibiscus Dr.,
icted as president. Shown at a planninq coffee
B Iris Kite (pourinq left) are Mrs. Edward Broidy
Mis. Mack Rose and Mrs. Murray Friedmun,
irs. Broidy to be Feted
It Variety Meeting Here
fh \\. men \\ill honor Mrs.
Bra > "" Monday at a
on iii the Deauville Hotel,
ling her with t.'ie "Voiun-
Valor" Award, a bronze
I .mi i a relief carving of Va-
(hildren's Hospital.
Broidy is the first woman
x ihis high honor." said
Idwi rd .1 VIciniker, incom-
i he Women's Com
who "ill be installed du-
pe tesiim n al ceremonies
- horn i ary life v i;e
tnl ih a omen's unit
700 members de-
ll Variety Children's
has been i hail man
|Ti _ioup ol donors
gifts :n the hoe-
li y !niost<.,| her per-
ilous I s.vi.ooo.
ri
ational sculptoi
Michael Piuggi began work on a
wall mural in relief, to be installed
in the main hall and designated as
Variety's "Wall of Fai h "' Theme
will be a d'lild kneeling in prayer.
aiid names of S">oo don: is are to be
Isted on the 13-lt. walnut panel.
Mrs. Broidy has endowed the work
of art in mem y oi her late hus-
bend.
in addition v> her work at Varie-
ty, Mrs. Broidy lias also been ac-
tive at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
and his pleycd a major role locally
in "Figh! far Siyht."
Co-chairmen of the installation
aid testimonial luncheon on Mon-
day are Mis. Mack Hose and Iris
Kite. President Mrs Murray Fried-
man has announced that reserva-
tions may be obtained from Renae
Musk n, Katherine wells, and Eve
!'ii Miscihner,
Mrs. David A. Hess will l"- li
si. Hi il as I n siclenl 11 the Miami
( ii pi r ol B'nai B'rith Women al
a huh heon al l.he Duponl Plaza Ho-
tel en 'I hursday noon, May i>. by
Judge Milton Friedman, pasl pr -si
tlenl oi District Grand Lodge ">.
\li- Hess is former vice presi-
dent oi llaclassah and currently
serves as publicity chairman of
Lebanon Hospital Aux
She is also \ ice president in
harge ol membership and on the
Ai isl Select inn Committee ol the
Community ("inert Association o(
Miami Beach. She is a talented
pianist and has been teaching pi
ano for many years
Officers ami members of the
board to be Installed for 1965-66 are
vice presidents: Mesdafnes Betty
Birchansky, Sylvia Liebman and
Bertha Ross; treasurer. Ethel I.ac
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
ly cocktail party given Sun-
blternoon bj Yvette Kraus
Jusbnml Uicky, leaving with
iGidncy on the first, for a
Itii tin Orient Among
kvisiiii. streaming in and
iarriet and otto Fenias. the
)' Com Roz Kirshberg, Hal
First public appear-
I since becoming parents, the
I i KraUS and husband
|,; Jr still starry-eyed
I' '..... Sue. fourteen days
long tini" friends,
John Berger, Mitty
Frank, Judge Jerry
ami Herb Wcincr
' ptu li and ti ug,
i and husband, Mar
Yv. tte's brother. Hy,
'" Chubin, Ruth Gid-
Mrs. Ben) Lewis
residents from Toledo.
'"' and Joe Cohen. Lane and
" Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
the Sy Vigmans, Ar
Seltzcrs, Bernard Marcos,
f; i Harold SoglOvitZ .
'"lertainement lor the in-
Id travelers, big dinner par-
irn!a\ nigh] at the newly-re-
Phi Sunset Man I home of
Ion (Sidneys,
s Nettie Melker has return-
1,1 '' home in New York af-
PPending the Passover noli-
,vi"i her mother. Mrs Es
lalperin. wintering at the
. Brother Sam Hal-
>nd wife Leona were
'hose entertaining Netti:
n in r stay here .
in Orlando, where she
MRS. DAVID HESS
key: final rial secretary. Blani i
Pearl; recording secretary,
Axelrod ; coi i esp ndii g seci etai
Ruth Schwartz; roster secretary
Bunnj Hart.
Board members are Mesdan -
Lil Goldenberg, Betty An lre>
Edith Gn >sman, Kats Shapii >
( laire Katz, Dorothy Dittm
ide Vl< xander, Florence I
to. Anne How man. (lei i r ide Hark -
Mary Vugust. Dorothy Andei si
!-".\e Bi rchon, Anne Padawer, I.
Brotman, l ira Berman, Ruth l-
dai in, Rae C hen. Hue Gri
Ui i Htyman, Zelda Kunst, VI
am Rosenberg, Jeanette Rosi i
Julia Strassman, Esther Weisberg
Rebecca Waldbaum. Bert Sweig
Installation chairman is Mrs.
Bertha Ross. Helene Rlvoire, i" p
id: r night club song stylist, will
entertain.
\isited with her children. Mrs.
Max B. Astor spreading the news
about granddaughter Alice sc
lected to represent Orlando in
the National (iirl Scout Roundup
in Idaho this summer.
Members of the N' Rochcllc
sub deb set who .-pent Spring
holidays ben' include I Sand;,
Kailan. houseguesting with aunt
and uncle, the Howard Groves, ol
No. Bay Rd., Peggy Reines, with
n lalives in Hollywood, Joan
Sundhcimer. gladdening the
hearts ol grandparents v so
Penn\ Blackton, vacationing with
l ,- dad, and Debby Meltz r, hap-
py i r the 10 davs with hnr
grandmother The teen-agers,
all friends, are juniors at New
Rochelle High From the
same vicinity. Teri and mothl t
Charlotte (Mrs Lain I Hull, vis-
iting with Mrs Hull's mother.
Over 50 guests enjoying a post
Passover Festival dinner Satur-
day at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Scbor. 4720 Alton Rd.,
supervised by Mrs. Tanya Wol-
shin Present were Dr. Bet
nard- Kwartin and talented wife
Alice, vice president ol the Music
and Arts League ol .Miami Beach.
who entertained Prof, Esther
Tyson ottered a dramatic reading
Of a script written by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson And I Yaslo
and wife. Aida. piano virtuoso.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Rohinskj
and Eva Cole, oi Boston Dr
Schor serves as president ol the
Miami Beach Forum.
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Pioneer Women Plan Funct
FlidaV. Aprti
Members of Miami Chapter 43, United Order
of True Sisters, are shown at their regular
monthly meeting where they pledged funds
for support of the Tumor Clinic al Variety
Children's Hospital. Executive Director Wil-
liam A. Taylor (rear) noted that many ier-
vice organizations are now helping the hos-
pital meet its annual deficit of some $700,-
000, covering free medical care to indigent
parents durinq the past year. Seen with
president. Mrs. Morris Weinberg (left), are
Mrs. Max Ruthfield. Mrs. Ed Lewis, Mrs. El-
ton Rosenblatt, William A. Taylor. Mrs. Al
Sheppard. Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mrs. Herman
Wolf, Mrs. Ted Kaufman. Mrs. Reuben Trav-
en and Mrs. Joseph Barchan.
Hadassah Region Elects Officers; Offers Reports
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is president
of the Florida Region of Hadassah.
Other officers elected at a regional
meeting in the Seville Hotel last
weekend include:
Vice presidents, Mesdames Bud-
dy Levine. Cape Kennedy; Morton
Siiberman, West Palm Beach; Ir
ving Weissman. Tampa; Leonard
Wolpe. Coral Gables; and Joseph
Shapiro, .Miami Beach.
Also Mrs. David Pearlman. Or-
lan lo, treasurer; Mrs. Marshall
Miami Beach, parliamentarian
Opening Think Mink" award.-
luncheon featured a president's re-
port by Mrs. Soltz The new Capo
Kennedy Chapter was welcomed in
to the region, as well as the Bilu
Chapter. Daytona Beach; Kadimah
Chapter. King Cole. Miami Beach;
and Forte Towers Chapter, Miami
Beach.
Mr- Dorothy Krieger Fink was
Innan of the Sunday evening
plenary session. Miami Bc.j.h
Richard Weathcriy. executive
director of the Economic Opport-
imities Act. discussed impli.ations
rt the Act Rabbi Morris Kipper.
ol Temple Judea. Coral Gables, dis-
enned "PreWemi of American
Jewish Youth."
Also among speakers was Mrs.
Max Schenk, national treasurer of
Hadassah, who reported on Youth
Aliyah. one ot the major projects
oi Hadassah.
Hent, Clearwater, recording secret Mayor Mclvin Richard greeted
pry; Miss Lillian Goodman, Miami delegates to the conference. He
Beach, corresponding secretary; presented key. to the city to re-
and Mrs. Doroth> Krieger Fink, gionai officers.
No. County T Elects Officers
Michael Salmon was elected for
a second term as president of the
North County YMHA Board of Di-
rectors at a recent annual mem-
bership meeting.
Active in community affairs.
Salmon has been Cub Master of
Pack 271 and director of the Miami
Beach Bar Association. He is a for-
mer municipal judge of the City of
North Miami Beach, former spe-
cial Assistant Attorney General,
State of Florida, a United Fund
and Federation worker, and cor-
responding secretary of the Board
of Directors cf Greater Miami YM
and YWHA.
Irwin Schulman. regional direct-
or, ADL. was guest speaker. His
topic was The impact of the Negro
. olution on the Jewish Com-
munity.'"
Other officers and Board of Di-
rectors elected by the membership
1 the "Y" are vice presidents.
Aaron Gold. Robert Perless. Her-
bert Saks; secretary. Mrs. Rostyn
SaJmon.
Directors are Mrs. Fred Arthur.
Stanley Bauman. David Blauner,
Mrs. Wilbur Blechman, Lionel Bo-
sem, Mrs: Howard Brenner. Ed-
ward Decker. Irving Denmark. Mrs.
Irving Denmark. Mrs. Lester Ep-
stein. Matthew Ettinger. Marvin
Haven, Mrs. Marvin Haven. Charles
Held. Dr. Malcolm Meister. Mrs.
Robert Perless. Donald Reiff. Mrs.
Donald Reiff. Mrs. Herbert Saks.
Maxwell Weisblatt. Mrs. David
Y< rover, Mr.-. Seymour Wang, Mrs.
Sheldon Wangel, Sarah Madison.
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Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Wo
men. Mrs Fred sandier, president,
will meet on Toes lay. 7:30 p.m..
Federal, Ponce l.ei n BJvd Coral (iables.
Mrs. Annette Blacker, chairman
it the Nominating Committee, will
a slate ol efficers lor elec-
tion, sc \ in- i'ii Mrs. Blaeker's
committee ".re Mesdames Jack Raf-
fel. David Bell. Finny Strauss
Samuel Speirs. Jacob Weiss and
s.mi ZolHnger.
A Child Rescue parlv. headed In
Mesdames David Meltzer and Wil-
liam Sokolcff. will finalize an ex
ensive drive for the project and
will include a musical program and
entertainment The social hour will
be hosted by Mrs. Jacob Weiss.
Fanny Strauss and Dr Celia Dick
man in honor of the 17th anniver-
sary of the State of Israel. A can
die lighting ceremony will be con
ducted by pa*' presidents.

Club 1 is holding a regular meet-
ing and Mother's Day celebration
at 1 p.m. on Thursday. May 6.
Washington Federal. 1234 Washing-
ton Ave. Mrs. Celia Duoerstein will
be honored as Club 1 Mother of the
Year.
The club is also celebrating Is-
rael's Independence Day with a
lunoheon at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant on Monday noon. May
10. Cuest speaker will be Joe Mal-
ek who will also present a recital.
Mrs. Joseph Krantz is president ot
Club 1.
Beba Idelson Club will have
'doable celebration on Sunday noon
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In honor of Israel's m
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L April 30. 1965
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Hadassah Groups Set Installations On Miami Beach
from Thailand at Technion in Haifa, Israel, meet
[Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlaq durinq her recent visit to the
mel campus of Technion, Israel Institute of Tech-
Foreiqn students at Technion include also younq
n Napal. Burma and many other countries of Asia
Mrs. Hamerschlaq is now on her way to attend
,! Conference of the Women's Division, American
> J ; : membership and a vice president of the Wo-
i n, Miami Beach Chapter.
All Miami Beach Hadassah
groups will install new slate- at
1 noon luncheons durinq May.
Morton Towers Group will hold
its installation at the Algiers Ho-
tel on Thursday, May 6. Mrs. Hat-
tie Wagner will be soloist, and an
original installation skit will be
"resented with member participa-
tion. Mrs Bmanuel Mentz is pies
I ident. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg
is chairman of the day
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
lits ceremony at the Deauville Ho-
tel on Monday. May 10. Chairman
of the daj is Mrs. Norman Myers
Installing officer is Mrs. Samite]
Sakrais. "Tevya and His Five
Fair Ladies," an original musical
play, directed bj Mrs, Barney
li seph, will be presented.
Henrietta Siold Group will have
it- affail it the \! lers Hotel on
Monday. Ma> 10 Mrs He B
Wernick will be installing officer.
Mrs. Rose Hochstim is chairman
Of the day. Musical entertainment
will be offered by Mrs. Joseph
Mondres in songs accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Stern.

Forte Towers Group has slated
the evenl for Tuesday. May 11. at
the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Henrj
B, Wernick will install Mrs. Her-
man Keller as new president.
Musical program will be offered
by Mrs. Joseph Mondres. with Olaa
Bibor Stern at the piano. Mrs.
Morris Strully is chairman of the
day.
Esther Group will install new
officers and board members on
Thursday, May 13, at the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will
be installing officer. A program of
songs will be presented by Mrs.
Josi ph Mondres. accompanied by
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano.
Kahaner Women To Close Season
The year's final meeting of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood "t Tem-
ple Beth Torah will be held Wed
nesday evening, B:30 p.m., in the
Temple Social Hall.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will con-
jducl the installation ceremi ij ol
"hi Sisterhood officers. There will
be a musical program.
President of the 196546 season
will be Mrs. Stanley Stein. Her -lit?
of officers includes Mesdames Bur-
ton Young. Ben Karp. GeoTg !
Goodman, Adrian Kaufman.
Merman. Max Breslow, Martin Wal-
fish, Richard Snieder, Louis
ter, and Martin Engler.
The evening will be under the di-
ll of Mrs. Martin Matz
,i:n vice president.
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+Jewlsti ftorkiian
Committee meets to assess successful outcome
:f Hebrew Educators Alliance dinner held at
ae Sterling Hotel, where 250 persons gathered
d honor Rabbi Shimon Azulay "for his out-
standing efforts in behalf of Jewish education
1 our community." Left to right are Nathan
Stern, Mrs. Shimon Azulay, Mrs. Nathan Stern.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Mrs. Shoshanah Spec-
tor. Mrs. Julius Sukenik. Miss Nettie Gold-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Robins, Mr. and Mrs.
Zvi Perach, and Mr. and Mrs. David Freed-
man.
Hebrew University Gathering Will Hear
Reports by Delegates to Jerusalem Meet
\i thi' Israel Independence Day
. thering of the American Friends
. :he Hebrew L'niversitj on Wed-
i sday evening, Maj 5, in the
, I'l.i/: Hotel, Jack s Popick,
. i the South Florida Divi-
- in. will report on the Board of
vernors sessions he attended in
rusalem last month
lrs Trudj Hamerschlag. vice
- |< nt ol Greater Miami Worn
s I >;\ ision, ho also attended
e international Board of Gover-
rs sessions as an official repre-
*. tive from the United States,
I! discuss highlights of the annual
eting. which included repre-
tivi nil :in nati na
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EI, will bring to the gafh-
( -ing some of his impressions of
ie expansion and accomplish-
tents in all the campuses of Is-
ael's outstanding institution of
gher education and research.
opick and Mrs Philip F. Thau.
. esidents of the Men's and Won-
. 's Divisions of the Miami Friends,
II !' installed at ihe gathering.
\ musical treat will highlight the
tependeoce Day event with a
esentation by Joan Field, world-
Downed concert violinist, who
.rl"Tined last summer on the
(. mpus of the Hebrew University
the dedication of the Artur
! binstein Choir of Musicology.
Also to be installed at the May
: gathering for the South Florida
Division are Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
Jacob Rifkin, Leonard Rosen,
Louis B. Rudnick, vice pres-
ents; Leo Robinson, secretary;
Charles Charcowsky, Mrs. Oida
C. Rubin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Her-
bert S. Shapiro, honorary presi
rents; Jack D. Gordon, Mrs. Anna
E rer.ner Meyers, Academic Coun-
cil co-chairmen.
'.i nl ol Directors are Sidney D.
tin Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Hi rman Ausubel, Irving Billig,
. illiam Bornstein, Shepard Broad,
Irs Charles I harcowsky, Joseph
1 hen, Hen In ing : > pi n 11
in, Abram Fox, Mayshie Fried-
i rg, Samuel Friedlan !. Emil
nder, Ben (I illi r Mrs
hman Glpdwin, Mrs La
lir. .1 A Greenhouse. Mrs
rm Li ii. ger, Hun Chai les F
Louis il.: h B in ard Katz
! avid Kl in, \: k Kolki r ::
n Kronish, Samuel Lachman,
. l ir. : Lehrman, Rabbi Max A
i-i litz, Joseph M Lipton Leo
ndlin, Moi ris I Mini v, Stanley
' Myers, Hon Kenneth Oka Ma i
e Re\ itz Mi C irne R sen,
Rabbi Schiff Will
Host Program
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
ider of Congregation Beth El.
id executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
liami, will host the "Still Small
V ice' program on ch. 7. to a n
in Sunday.
Subject in commemoration of
i ,iu Day will be "Law and its
Application in Our Da\
I'.nucip.iii's uill !h' Judge Jack
i Ik. nt Criminal C mtt ok Kiv-
ts, and Barry I
rd member and treasure!
rida Criminal Defense Attornej
i
Jacob slier. Rabbi David Shapiro,
linn Harold B Spaet Jerome
Stern, Harold Tun num. Abraham
I Uslander, and Mrs, Max Weitz
For the Greater Worn is Divi-
sion, Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Mrs,
Samuel Simoi hoff, h morary presi-
dents; Mrs Charles Ch rcowsky,
Mis Lillian Goodman Mrs Anna
Brenner Meyers, Mrs Carrie Ri sen,
President's Cabinet; Mrs Abram
Fi k Mrs Trudy Hai lerschla \
Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs Ida R.
Lear, vice presidents Mrs Sig-
mund Fogler, recording secretary;
Mrs Emil Friedrander Mrs Jac b
Kataman Mrs L e o n Kr nisi
program co-chairmen; Mrs Gerald
Schwartz, social se< etary; Mrs.
Ruth Johnson Berger parliamenta-
rian; Mrs. Edyth ll Geiger, re-
gional director.
Board of Directors are Mesdames
Mayer Abramowitz. Esther Cohen.
Sarah Czech, David Drinker.
Joseph Duntov, Frances Entine.
Myrtle A Kpsem, Joseph II. Ep-
n, Betty P Feuer, .loan Fieli
Henry' Gill ert, Rhea Cashman Glad-
> in, Louis Glasser, Fannie Gold-
b rg, Esther Goodman, Myer Har-
ris, Inez Krensky, Kate Meiden
. Ann,i S Melnick, Irving E
1 illi Ki'": eth l k i, !'.i\ nl Ponve,
Miriam Press. Joseph Rambam,
lilda Ratnei. M twice Revitz
Leonard Rosen, Oida C. Rubin,
I is B R ri i < k. D.i\ id S!i |
id-i bert S. S Kathan Spiegel-
man, Betty Steinberg N I
Turner. Abri Ml I ?lai I r I..
' i"i. Waldl aum, Carl w inkle
. \ K it/ ll I'i inklin Williams,
and Vfaurii e Zimmerman
Mrs Sami el Simonhoff,
Ireat Mi. mi
n's Divisii n for Mie past
years will receive a tribute
preciation of her leadership and un-
tiring effort:
Judea Sisterhood
Elects Officers
Sisterhood of Temple Judea held
an election meeting for 1965-66 offi-
cers last week. Elected were;
Mrs. Marvin Levin, president;
Mrs Manuel Serkin. executive vice
i president: Mi s. Paul Edlow, first
vice president; Mrs. Bernard Yes
!ner. second vice president; Mrs
! Seymour Schulner. third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. William Weil, fourth
vice president.
Mrs. Paul Wechsler. recording
secretary; Mrs. Leo Kopolow. cor-
responding secretary: Mrs. Louis
Sicman. assistant corresponding se.
cretary; Mrs. Sidney Richman, fi-
nanial secretary; Mrs. Alex Cross
I man, treasurer; Mrs. Sol Green-
Iblatt, historian; and Mrs. Frank
Tohack. parliamentarian.
Mrs Levin pledget I Sisterhood's
"continued support of the Temple's
Religious School."
Annual spring cnf. 1
J^Bra^SftTjJ
League, v ,1| b, held at k >l
ve" '""'l- '^ksonvilr>|
f*Urh..od. of Miami tj^l
'be represented bv pJ*.**!
Mra. Elsie Belsky, VtTal
Singer and Mrs ESM^I
Asthma Chapter
Installs Officers
At Chase Federal
M'ami iv,.'! chapter omul
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K=spital. held its iniijjM
Monday at i l,:iM. ForedTSi
Branch.
Officers installed wcnlfej
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Emanu-EI
Family Picnic
Annual "old fashioned" family
picnic, sponsored by Temple
Emanu-E) PTA, will be held on
Sundav. from 11 to 3 at (ireynolds
Park.
Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr., PTA presi-
dent, announced that the picnic will
feature White Elephant and cake
sale. In charge cl various divisions
art Mesdames Charles Rosenblatt.
Harold Brooks and Harry A. Levy.
'Hie afternoon will include games
f( r children, lather-son. and mother-
daughter events.
Transportation to Greynolds Park
may be arranged by calling Mrs.
lia Hader
No religious school sessions will
be held on that morning, Morris
rarasow, educational director, an-
nounced.
Dieters Association Banquet
Dieters Association of Plorii
will have its annual convention ai I
banquet at the Uupont Plazi Hot
on Tuesday. 8 p.m. according
Mrs. Rae Feinstein, L06-8th S
Miami Beach.
Dramatic Reading
At Ner Tamid
A drama He reading of 'The Dt
irty," by Rolf Hochhuth, will I,
offered at Temple Ner Tarn
Men's Club breakfast on Sund;
930 a.m.. in Sklar Auditorium.
Participants include Dr. Micha
HcrwitZ, newly-elected Men's,Ch
president; Murray A. Shaw, co
gregation president; and Dan P
er, past president. Men's Club.
Acting as moderator will be Ri
bi Eugene Labovilz.
irama League of Greater Miami, sponsors
I the Acorns Civic Theater performance of
The. Grass Harp" at the Roney Plaza, mee*
j the DiLido Island home of Mrs. Andre S.
txlolenki to discuss future plans of the
Uaque for construction of a civic theater,
[ho w n (left to right) are officers of the
ecque: Mrs. George Salley. admissions;
Mrs. Bert Warshaw, membership; Mrs.
Kathleen Noblitt. recordinq secretary; Mrs.
Harry Simone, president; Mrs. Zev Bufman,
corresponding secretary; Mis. Bialolenki,
treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Kulok, vice president,
not pictured is Mrs. Ivy Thayer. liaison offi-
cer.
>anor Roosevelt 'Discotheque1 Here on Saturday
2
Lnor Roosevelt Chapter of
L i Women will move with
discotheque" tide when they
jPiil T.n.ii B'rith A-Go-Go" at
Ipai-n Clubhouse, 247 Malaga.
|1 Gables, on Saturday at 8 p.m.
in* include a professional
demonstration, catered buf-
hlmier, and dancing to disco-
|i music. Chet Bromley will
master of cercmoniesr-
Ed Waronker and Mrs. Ches-
kromlcv are co-chairmen of the
It Mrs Morris .lacobson is in
fee "i resen ations.
K- group's annual installation of
rr- lu be held on Wednesday.
0 i m., at the Miami
-.:>- Motel, will feature a nuis-
-;. -- and the Single
directed by Mrs. Howard
.mi vice president.
The following officers will be in-
stalled:
President. Mrs. Ed Waronker;
vice presidents. Mrs. Stanford Best,
Mrs. Nat Matusow. Mrs. Leon
Thaler. Mrs. Manuel Merkcr; fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Stanley Se-
dejl; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Wal-
ler; recording secretary. Mrs. Wal-
ter Greenstein; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Don Greene; histor
cUl, Mrs. Gene Schneiderman; sen-
tinel guardian. Mrs. Howard Klein-
berg.
Elected board members are Mrs.
IRonald Symons. Mrs. R. Galton.
Mrs. Herbert Haber and Mrs. G.
Davidson, counselor.
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fecsure isle
T Installation
mmiiv Ule Chapter of Worn-
i ii ORT will hold its
a hi h< mi al the Algiers
on Wednesday noon.
h> ing officers will be in
> idge Jason Berkman:
Mrs, Herbert Sontz;
i Mrs, Bert Berend,
i< r Brozman, Mrs, Bessie
as. Mrs Louis Byer and Mrs.
er; corresponding Be-
an.. Mrs. Sidney Yumen; rec-
Bg si, retary, Mrs. Al Fox; fi-
lial secretary, Mrs. Al lloff-
treasurer, Mrs. Jack Krou-
parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack
ner
nil :.unment for the afternoon
' ented by Tania and
pa, novelty sister act. which
laretl in the Spring Festival
Ctrl and was also held over for
6Wnd week at the Cinema
Itrc
>w Officers
Beth Shirah
Friday evening services
Wmplc Beth Shirah. Rabbi Mor-
will present the follow-
Incwly-elected officers:
psident, Bernard Friedland;
president, Jack Delinger; re-
cretarj. Sigfried Day an;
J; retary, Leo Slachter;
David Steinberg.
1 "I directors are Nathan
I" Mordecai Parness. Har-
I1 Ed Feinstein, Milton Mai-
1 '"( Schull, Dr. Michael
i Krisrher, Sid Siegel,
f1 Glick, Morns Wasserlauf.
?ultzberg, Samuel IIiinmiH.
- Chairman, David Ben-
members of the eongrega
iiii i, introduced at the Oneg
''" open forum and recep
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+Jenisti flcridian

National Council of Jewish Women
Sets Annual Installation Luncheon
Carillon Hotel will bo the setting
for the annual installation lunch-
eon on Wednesday. 11:30 ."..m., of
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women.
Theme of the installation. "A
Woman's Plr.ce in the World." re-
peats the theme of National Coun-
cil's biennial convention held at
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New
York City in March.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Section past
president, and a national board
member, will induct the slate head-
ed by Mrs. William I. Brenner, who
will serve a second term as presi-
dent
Other Section officers are vice
presidents, Mesdajnes Edwin B. op-
penheim, Harry Orleans. Harold
Zeeman. Irving L. Wexler. Charles
Rosenberg; secretaries. S. Charles
Fisher. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Wil-
liam S. Altman. Arthur Gilbert;
Marvin L. Zank. treasurer.
Also to be installed will be offi-
cers of the eight divisions com-
prising the Section. Presidents are
Bay, Mrs. Robert Childs; Coral.
Mrs. Louis Schnoidei man; Eve-
ning, Mrs. Cerald Kogan; Indian
Creek. Mrs. Mil.on Gross; Islands.
Mrs. Robert Somerstein; Shores,
Mrs. Larry Hoffman; South Dade,
Mrs. Burton Levey; Lincoln. Miss
Elsie Sohwabe.
Feature of the afternoon will bo
presentation of awards to the fol-
lowing for outstanding community
service: Mrs. David Dvoskin, Mrs.
Milton Cash, Mrs. Barney Sehu
cart, Mrs. Karl Elon. Mrs. Mikon
Ratner.
Special awards will be presented
to Mrs. Herman Bergren and Mrs
Morris Gustman for more than
3.000 hours of volunteer sen ice in
Council's local Thrift Sh. ;>s.
MBS. WILLIAM BftlNNLft
Dr. Tucker to Speak
Dr. Morris Zucker will address
the Health and Happiness Club at
a meeting Friday. 7:30 p.m.. in
Washington Federal Auditorium
1234 Washington Ave. Harry Ker-
shaw is moderator. Discussion will
he on "Health Conservation and
Socialized Medicine in England
Four Presidents
Installed Here
Four chapter presidents of Asth-
matic Children's Foundation of
Florida were to be installed at a
.joint ceremony on Thursday. 8 p.m..
at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Koch is president of
the Florida Council of Presidents of
the Asthmatic Children's Founda-
tion of Florida, which coordinates
the work of the local chapters
| New chapter presidents are Mrs.
Sidney Goldberg, Miami Beach;
Mrs Martin Rolnick. John F. Ken-
nedy: and Mrs. Sylvia Bujaky,
South Dade.
All chapters were to present pro
coeds of fund-raising projects of
the year, to be used in the Resi-
i dential Treatment Center in North
\ Miami Beach for the care and treat-
ment of severely intractable asth-
matic children. The Center, which
is non-profit and non-sectarian, is
the first of its kind in the South
east.
Installing officer was to be Sam-
uel L. Seltzer, president of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
,of Florida. Life membership cer-
tificates were to be presented by
Israel Friedman, executive vice
president of the Foundation, to
Mrs. Doris Finberg. Mrs. Howard
FridaY. April;
S. Ronald Pallot
1:1 Norton Tire c
Ucipatec'
sales
i
vice i
omj
'" a regional I__
** seminar of ^ ^
pompanj one of 2?S
branch stores \J?'i3
* to We* hSJgJi
_
Siyum Hasefrl
At Beth TfiMi
Sisterhood of Congn-fc
Tfilah will present ihTT
with a Scfer Torah *?1
, Hosefer" on Sunday
Starting at 2 p.m.. theuj
ah will be tarried unfc|J
opy from the homeofJir^J
Israel Greeuoerg, 831 ioaa*
companied to the -ymf^t
procession ;uul music.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rk*I
planning ., program for IiTh
bration
MRS. SIDNtr LtWIS
Medical Center
To Get Proceeds
From Festival
al Chapter. American Medical
Center al Denver, uill hold its
Sprin I' ttival m trga ib I on
Sunday al the Electricians Hall,
! \W 17th Ave Dinner is tram
5 to 7 p.m
Mrs Irving Rubinstein and Mrs
Not n.. n Gold chairmen
the affair, w rich will also
i o .. live band and enter-
lent.
to the hospital in
Denver I":- f:< e care and treatment
< i inc< r patients, regardles ol
i creed
Farband Branch
Meeting Tuesday |
Chaim Weizmann Branch of For
band will hold Its regular meeting
< Tuesday, 8 p.m.. al Washington
federal Auditorium, Normandy
Isle
-t speaker will be Councilman
Hyman GaJbut Topic is 'Miami
Beai To aj Question and an-
Bwer period will follow
The branch announced postpone-
ment of its annual dinner scheduled
: ir -i.nay. May 2. due to the out
ica] illness of Co-Ohairman Irving
Sachs, Chairman of the branch is
Alee Levin.
Jane English
Is Traveling
On the Continent
Jano English, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Arthur H. English, of
I 170 lfith St.. Miami Beach, has
been forwarding her parents col-1
orful postcards from Italy. Spain
; v.<\ England.
A student at the Sorbonne. Jane
i- taking a spring break from stud-
ies and seeing some of Europe's
sights A graduate Of Miami Beach
High in 1962. she is studying po-
litical science, Russian and French
arid plans a diplomatic career
She's in the top three percent of
her class at the Sorbonne and will
return to New Orlean- this fall to
< nter Sophie Noucombe as a sen-
i i where she si wiled last year.
.lane's fither is general manager
t#f the Robin Hood. Miami.
ll.lp in. Mrs Jerry RkjJ
Joseph Alter and Willie p*
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April 30.
1965
+Jenist) ITlnir ffrtirtr
Paqe 7-B
, to be installed at Temple Or Olom on Friday eveninq
; to righ'1 Eli King, temple president; Jack Lubin, Men's
Resident; and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Sisterhood pres-
Iwith Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual leader of the temple,
M conduct the ceremony.
Installation At Or Olom
(filiation of Temple Or followed by a formel Oaeg Shabbat
Seers will be conducted ghosted by Mrs. Wallace Lazarus,
amuel April and Cantor I
Inian during late Friday
Golds to Mark
50th Anniversary
Sunday Afternoon
Celebrating their golden wedding
anniversary, L.Mia and. Maurice
Gold, 729 Meridian Ave., will be
f'ted on Sunday afternoon by their
luce sons, two daughters and their
spouses.
Party will be hold at the home
Of daughter, Rosamond and Sam-
uel Fletcher. 5761 S\V 1(1 St.. with
i'ssist from co-hosts, second daugh-
ter, Anita and Fred llirsclmrn. the
Leonard Holds, the Stanley Golds,
and from Brockton Mass.. Herbert
Cold.
An her must will be the hon-
oree's brother. Charles Gold, also
from Brockton, where the senior
Goicltliyed. until i !;.:>
Residents of Miami for the past
10 years, the anniversary couple
have 12 grandchildren.
Treasurer is Honored
Miami Friendly Social Club will
honor Joseph Braff, treasurer >
the club, on his 80th birthday thi*
Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Beth El Congre-
gation. Program will include mu-
sic. Cocktail hour will follow at J
p.m., and dinner is scheduled for
5 p.m. Max Garshag is club presi-
dent.
Cantor Named to Officiate
Cantor Emanuel Mandel will eon-
duct Friday evening and Saturday
morning services in the recently-
dedicated Max and Fannie Land
Synagogue at the Jewish Home for
the Aged.
MR. AND MKS. MAMMCI G010
Cedars Auxiliary
Maps Installation
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Aux-
iliary will install new officers at a
luncheon on Tuesday, May 11, at
Westview Country- Club.
President Mrs. Ted Lotterman
has apsinted Mrs. Lawrence Ad-
lev reservations chairman, and Mrs.
David Hess as publicity chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. Adler.
Orthodox Jews
Will Celebrate
Orthodox Jewish community of
Greater Miami will celebrate the
inth anniversary of the independ-
ence of the State of Israel on Sun
day, May 9. 8 p.m.. at the Hebrew
, Academy.
Under the auspices of the Miz-
, radii Hapoel Hamizrachi. Relig-
ious Zionists of America, the func-
tion will be free to the public
Special prayers and a musical
prcgram will be offered by prom
incnt rabbis of the area and can-
I tors.
Rev. Joseph Kranz is president
of the local branch. Rabbi A. H.
Safra and Jack Ciment are vice
presidents. Sol Rashin is national
j representative of Mizrachi Hapoel
' Hamizrachi.
the slate for 1965-66 are
succeeding Samuel Put-
as president; M e 1 v i n
Bart Reinhardt, vice presi-;
Edwin Horowitz. Miles Ea-
Jordon Matlin, secrctar-
li.in Seidman, treasurer.
,od officers include Mes-
furray Rosenberg, presi-
dium Green, Chick Good-
Pi ilip Zelman, Gerald
Eli King, vice presi-
Kelvin shake. Max For-
Solo, secretaries; William
, treasurer. Mrs. Al Lev-
utgoing president,
a third term as Men's
e.-idcnt i- .lack Lubin. Oth-
N> are l)c Bert Kleinman.
Insburg, vice presidents;
Solomon, Ralph Fistel. sec-
ts and ceremony will be
[men's Circle
\s Installation
nen's Circle Branch 1059.
pleach, has elected the foi-
officers for the coming
Mildner, chairman; Ber-
fust. Dr Nathan Marx, vice
Murray Gold, financial
f, and Mrs. Hubert Durst,
secretary.
latit.n it officers will be
n. May H, at the Caril-
ith a dinner and show.
8 osevelt will be installing
|yn Tubin
lor Luncheon
while for Robyn Tubin
f, City of Hope, will be ini-
1 "i a flonor luncheon on
pay at the Diplomat Coun-
piday, May 9, the group's
Jjnncr dance will be held at
pllon Hotel, and on Thurs-
B> 13. a white elephant sale I
to be held during the reg-
1 'lily meeting.
I> will be climaxed with in
n of new officer* on Satur-
22, at the Deauville Ho-
|1 i- Brooks is president.
Jacob
*s Officers
Pl 'i i served Congrega-
nt Jacob during 1964-65 wen'
1 : another term at the an-
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psdeni will be Philip Nem-
'- headed by Morris B.
Resident; Aaron Lerner,
B. Krevat. Nemirovsky,
residents; Marcia Liber-
['" treasurer; Louis Baida,
rencUer, secretaries.
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(Mettisft flcrMiairi
Frid.
aY. April 30,.
600 ATTEND THIRD SEDER CELEBRATION
Miami Medical Center in Beersheba Cited
By Undersecretary of Labor John Henning
Pt
ilore than 800 S ith Florida com
initj leaders heard United States
, i(i-i en "... i I Labor Jthn F.
ning praise the establishmem
the G eater Miami Rehabilita-
Medical Center in Beersheba,
iel, as l.he> gat lered for the an-
il Third S ler celebration in
mi i!i ach
-pon.- red b) the Greater Miami
i uncil for Mi di< al Sen ices in Is-
r. K v ioi.:n. the dinner meet-
, ai the Fontainebaaau Hotel
ised more than $38,000 to pur-
. ;.>e medical equipment for the
ersheba Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, of
Miami Beach, honorees at the
Third Seder, were joined by Mr.
and Mrs. David Rifkin, of Wilkes
barre. Pa., in a surprise an-
nouncement that each couple was
: ontributing $6,000 to the Rehabil-
ation Medical Center.
rhe local Ritkins. industrialists
. ianii Bcr.ch and Wilkes-Barre.
I ive established the Harriet and
.oh Rifkin Physiotherapy Dcpart-
i ent at the center. Jacob's broth
David, and his wife made the
ip to Florida expressly to join in
' e city-wide salute to their lead-
-hip for Israeli causes.
lack S. Popick. co-chairman of
i e Greater Miami Council for
. edical Services in Israel, of which
.'cob Rilkin is chairman, served
- general chairman of the Third
fc*>der Celebration.
Moe Levin, chairman of the Ar-
n ngemeots Committee tar the din-
r. and chairman of the Executive
Committee of the Israel Histradrut
c -mmitteo of Greater Miami, ex-
iided greetings and inUoduced
} opkk.
Cantor David Conviser. of Temple
tli Sholoni (,f Miami Bea.'i. and
special clK'ir presented a modern
nditicn of the llagnaddah. which
. mbined traditional Hebrew songs
th modern Israeli music.
Popick reported on his recent
Mother's Day
Celebration Set
Mizrachi Women of America. Ha-
kvah Group, will celebrate Moth-
's Day at the Royal Hungarian
eataurant on Tuesday noon.
Proceeds will be used to support
T e "Save a dild" project in Is-
el. Mizrachi Women focus their
lention on religion-, secular and
dustrial training, thus keeping
step with Israel's needs.
Mrs, Morris Bienenfeld is over-
I chaiiman of the annual project.
rs. Jacob D. Davis is chairman of
' le day.
trip to Israel, during which he
visited the Beersheba Center and
attended the meeting of the Board
of Governors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity cf Jerusalem, on which
bcav he sits.
Pcpick joined L'ndi secretary
Henning in lauding the role of
Kupat Holim in providing medical
services fcr more than two-thirds
ol the population of Israel
Sam Feinstein, president of the
Israel H;sT;:dut Committee, extend*
ed greetings.
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, hon-
orsrj chairman of the Third Seder
and receipienl <;f the Hlstadrut
Won.an of the Year" award last
vcar. commended Mr and Mrs.
Jacob Rifkin for their inspiring
and dedicated service to the estab-
hi hment and upbuilding of the State
of Israel through their devoted
leadership, service and material
contributions "
Dr. Irving Lchrman. chairman of
the l%.i Combined Jewish Appeal,
asserted that he was "impressed
anew during my most recent trip to
Israel with the leading role of the
Hlstadrut in securing economic as
well as political independence for
the nation."
Delighted with the success of the Third Seder
celebration of the Greater Miami Council for
Medical Services 'n Israel at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel are (left to right) Jack S. Popick,
dinner chairman: Rabbi Leon Kronish, honor-
ar>'chaiiman: United States UnderseaeJ
Labor John F. Henning; Mrs. Popick MnV
cob Rifkin; Mis. David Rifkin; Jacob S
henoree along with his wife, end DavidL-
of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., brother of the "o^
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall extended
greetings in behalf of the counts.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary
chairman of the Greater Miami
Council for Medical Services in
Israel, presented a special award
to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin for
their "generosity and foresight
in dedicating their lives to their
fellowman and in particular for
establishing the
department."
physiotherapy
Hal,hi Kronish praised the role of
Moshe Rerman. executive director
11 the Greater Miami Israel Hista
rirut Committee here, in establish-
ing the Beersheba Medical Center
"and in influencing leading Com
nuinal personalities to support the
import.iiit project "
L'nders ireiar> Hem
quenl visit i ;,. i>rael and aJ
thority on the role ol Hi>tad
the Middl Easi countrt'ii
growth sai : the 17th anm
Isri el's independence
i in staunch all> in the Mtkbj
continuing it- almost unbi
strides I self sufndnal
total '
{^oncfratulations to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
I 7th &^vnniv*rs&r\
^
Tribute Dinner
For Post Prexies
I I will hold a tribute dinner, hon-
Brotherhood cf Temple Emanu-
uring past presidents of the or-
..ni/ation CD Tuesday. 7 p.m., in
i kin Hall. Milton Sirkin. presi-
ent of the Brotherhood, an-
xinced.
Those to be feted are Joseph
-below. Jules P. Channing, Judge
ving Cypen. Allen Goldberg. Hj- 1
! in Kout, Dr. Herman R. Mechlo-
it7 and Michael Sossin.
Reservations are being accepted ;
* the temple eft ice and by chair-
lan Ben Cypen.
(
ront
MITCHELL WOLFSON
President
MILTON WEISS
Chairman of the Board
M9'i Bmck in Swim
Henry Moreno, who spent 40
i*ars at seta before retiring to his
Coconut Grove home last year, is
mnr back "in the swim" at Miami
springs Villas as assistant catering
manager, Art Bruns, of the Villas,
aid that Moreno put to sea as a
ro-year-o!d junior purser. His last
cost at seas as executive purser
hoard the SS United States, where
he oversaw 26 galleys and pantries.
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Apr:. 33. 1965
+J6Wist Meridian
Paqe 9-B
:ayne Point Association to Install
jeers at Annual Banquet Sunday
h-UI be installed president; Herman Caine. Max Or-
Blscayne Point lin. Joseph Ross, vke presidents;
, ', '.'.alien at the Mrs. Alexander Res:, recording se
quet of the organi-itretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin,
iii.ii
11 S
;it the Deauville financial secret iry; anil Aaron Tep-
i'i r, ii easun r,
. to i
Ma>
:
Ezi
installed by Miami
Melvin Richard are
chairman of the
egold, honorary
aea Groups
Activities
ichig
I
fetj
i dl se>
ed I :
anizali
, m, Young Ju-
r. announces lor
ral more youth clubs
1 -sail and Zion
: America.
ire
md 6th
e
grade
stu-
to join the two
Judaea .ioups organized at
i;; III. Miami Beach
lubs meet at the temple
I Wednesday and at
rth i 727 77th St.. on
pempli ;' nai sholom. newly
\ Youpj Judaea group foi
will meet on Thursday eve-
i club has scheduled
evenii meetings.
forward Together" is the
fit of an original musical to
sn"d bv Young Judaea
fi and dance group at the
KU i .-.:: cence Day
Miarri Beach
Ihursday, May 6.
Festi-
Auditorium
jectcd by Karen Einkelstein
prichason, (he songtest has
been ; rformed at Hadas-
(I Zionist Organization tune-
|" v the group.
r 200 are expected to attend
rsl banquet open to senior
Judaeana scheduled lor
v, \l., 23. at Beth Moshe
egation
officer? ill be installed in
Indlelightir.g ceremony COO-
i>> Frank Farbenbloom,
least regional director, and an
fcftra tor lancing will be tea-
Mi he atra ..
Past presidents are Ezra Fine-
gi Id, Mi yor Melvin Richard, G d
trey Perell, Ben Ciller. Hilton Gav-
in i and Dr. Edw&rd T. Litt.
Bosrd of Trustees includes
Josc;:h Albert Sr., Mrs. Irving
Gaby, Philip Grenwald, Morris
Hertion, Jacob L. Kram, Bernard
Rosen, Thomas F. Smith, Bernard
Lazarus, Nathan Rattner, Joseph
Rosenblum, Aaron Tepper, Mur-
ray Weil and Mrs. Carola Wein-
berg.
Board of Directors includes Mrs.
.Ii lian Aberman. Mrs. Herbert Al-
ter. Manny Austin, Mrs Fred
Bickman. Mrs. Edmund Burke.
David Dink. Gus Fisher, Vice
Mayor Bernard Frank. Hy Fried,
Mrs. Frances Goldstein. Mrs.
Joseph Greenberg, Mrs. Philip
Grenwald, Dr. David Hendel. Irwin
Levin. Stanley Levine. Mrs. Ed-
ward T. Litt. Sonny Marden. Fred
, Miller. Mrs. Godfrey Perell. Mrs.
Lillian Rogers. Alan H. Rothstein.
! Mrs. Lily Segal. Mrs. Aaron Tep-
per. William Waller. Mrs. William
Waller. Dr. Lawrence Weston and
, Dr. Wilbur Wishner.
Banquet Committee includes Bud
Levin, chairman; David Dank and
Max Orlin, co-chairmen; Mrs. Rita
Singer and Mrs. Susan Levin, hos
, less co-chairmen; Mrs. Lucia Gren-
Avald, publicity chairman; and Hy
Fried and his orchestra, dance
music.
Garden Club Will Install Officers
A parade of hats and accessories '.(tils. Mrs. Byron Top.I. Mis Ben
lorned with fresh flowers will be Samuels. Mrs. Rose Kelemer; Mr;.
Michael shores, recording seer-
tury; Mrs. Theodore Kooli ii, so-
cial secretory; Mrs Irvin Wein-
rcich, treasurer.
ne of the unique features of the
It. Sinai II: spital Garden Club an
ual in tallation.
To be held al the Algiers Hotel
ii Wednesday no n, the affair will
lire I tor the fifth year i>>
is James Abramson.
Mrs. Alex Gorton, president, will
ei nducl the meeting. Mrs. Alex
i nder Iv mii ill gh e the invoca-
Li m, and Mi Hi rbert Frink, an
i i the Flci i'la Federation
is, will be u.-tailing
ficer,
New -1 ite
Bin i
lo be installed ai e Mrs.
president; vice presi-
BOB SCHWARTZ
Hannah Senesch
installation Lunch
Hannah Senesch group of Hadas-
sab plans an installation brunch
Monday, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers
Hotel.
Progrim Vice President Mrs. An-
i a Reaback is chairman of the day.
Invocation will be given by past
president, Mrs. Arthur Applcbaum.
Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink will
install the following officers for
1965-66;
President, Mrs. Sylvia Kurland;
\ ice residents, Mrs. Elsie Click.
Mrs. Sigmund Rt-stler, Mrs. Rebec-
ca LipiOn, Mrs. Anna Reaback;
treas irer, Mrs. Lilly llutt; cr< ar-
ks, Mrs Charier, Bushell, Mrs.
Florence Brown. Mis. George
Kcuer. Mrs. Sidney Blcek; parlia-
mentarian. Mrs. Morris Alpcrt.
A program of music and song will
be offered by Mrs. Sima Swce.
MAYOR MELVIN RICHARD
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge to Install
Officers at Banquet Sunday Evening
Samuel Nieberg, president-elect
of District Grand Lodge 5 of B'nai
B'rith, will represent the Supiome
Lodge at Sunday night's annual in-
stallation ilinner of Miami
mbersot the banquet commit- Lc<| at ,hc DiLi(|o Hotel
re Lu-t Sreitbart, Pnchason.
tional B'nai B'rith Israel Com-
mittee, and chairman of its in-
augural conference committee.
Harmony Lodge
Planning Panel
Harmony Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will
hold a panel discussion on 'Com-
munity Problems" at Beth Torah.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. on Mon-
daj at 8 p.m.
Panelists will be councilmen of
the City of North Miami Beach,
moderated hy Martin Knobcl, pro-
gram vice president.
Rephu- and Paul Kwitnev.
fpt. Gardner
be Speaker
pilir met tag of Beth Moshe
hood i- planned for Monday
ng, Business agenda, conduct -
[President Mrs. Jay Rand, will
* election of officers,
st speaker. Capt. Leo Gard-
en talk on "Israel's indepen-
A program of Israeli songs
nces will he offered by Miss
Man:', and Samuel Rosen-
bh
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rael v..--
S here.
Dr. Joseph Narot. of Temple Is-
rael, will be principal speaker at
the session which will see Joseph
L. Goodman, vice president of
Franklin Federal Savings and Loan
Association, take office as presi-
dent of Miami Beach's oldest B'nai
B'rith ledge.
Gerald Schwartz, president of a
public relations agency and out-
going lodge president, will re-
ceive a special award for his lead-
ership of the organixation during
the past year. Schwartx is state
chairman of the B'nai B'rith Is-
rael Committee, district vice
chairman, a member of the na-
Judge Jason Berkman, justice of
Beach! the peace fc-r the Fifth District,
I will be master ot ceremonies, with
past president. George J. Talian-
off, serving as installing officer.
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Goodman, moving up from the
pests of vice president and presi
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RUTH
WOMAN OF THe WEEK
Ruth ( Mrs Paul) Faske liked la go fis'iiny with her two
brothers, leave Brooklyn in the summer (or the mountains,
and generally acted a< it she were the third brother instead
ot the one and only sister.,. Her family moved to Sunierviile,
N. J.. where she met her future husband in bjgfc -chool;
it vh a boy girl romance. A victim cf the depression as far
as college was concerned. Ruth stayed at home and became
a frustrated decorator. She is one
n> vvbut not frustrated. Her mar-
ried life in Camden, N. J.. was as
a typi.al housewife with an ador-
able baby. Baby Ronni is today-
married to Eugene K. Garfield and
has a baby of her own, Pamela.
The first randehild is the greatest
thrill that grandparents can have,
according to liu.h.
Tired of the snow and ice up
North, the Feskes moved to Miami
in 1945. Ruth is not a doer in or-
ganization work, except for the
Mondays she spends working with
the (harden Club cf the Women's
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
She's a joiner, leaving the pleasure
of being a community leader to her husband who several
weeks ago was installed president of the YM and WHA ot
Greater Miami.
Ruth and Paul long ago learned a lesson in humility
not to become smug, because there is no contract that de-
clares that things will always be the same. After building
and decorating a beautiful home, they attended a business
convention in Colorado Springs. While they were away, their
home was hit by a hurricane, and everything blew away but
their daughter. As a consequence. Ruth and Paul have the
same philosophy of life, as well as the same taste in the
antiques and art t.hey collect. They are most grateful for
living in this wonderful South Florida climate.
Sometime ago. they became interested in Dade Heights
Jewish Center, which is now Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Ruth feels that children should learn about religion during
their formative years, and she does her bit to see that oth-
ers receive the training her own child received.
Travel through the United States. Canada. Mexico and
the Islands is a Faske treasure hunt for antiques and paint-
ings to add lo their collection. Five years ago. Paul became
tired of being retired and established Colonial Acres Mobile
Home Park. Ruth works with Paul as social director of
Colonial Acres, finding it both stimulating and a challenge.
She has thrown herself into her work w it,h great zeal, plan-
ning recreation for over three-hundred families, all in dif-
ferent age groups and having varied interests.
In between times, she attends community affairs and
dinners in which her husband is involved, tries to raise
orobida (which hasn't been so successful), continues with
her Fremh Bisque collection I which has been successful).
and tries to show her gratitude for her happy life by help-
ing others
Wynnes to Live
On Miami Beach
i Miss Carole Sue Kupper. daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper,
1005 Shore Ln and Dr. Larry
JSmanueJ Wynne were married on
Sunday, Apr. 2.">. in a double ring
ceremony. The wedding look place
in the Mira-Doral Room of the Dor-
nl Country Club at 12 noon. Rabbi
Joseph Narot officiated.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore an empire gown of
French ottoman with a split shoul-
der train. She was attended by
maid-of-honor. Mrs. Steven Kulvin.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Martin
Baron, Miss Susan Siegel and Miss
Dorothy Moss.
Dr. Wynne, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Wynne, of Quincy. Fla., had
as his best man his brother, Merrill
Wynne. Head usher was Kenneth
Kupper, brother of the bride. Other
u.-hers were Dr. Michael Mat /km.
Dr. Arthur Greene and Donald Sa-
bin.
The new Mrs. Wynne attended
the University of Alabama and the
University of Miami, and has been
associated with a public relations
firm in New York, handling the
Ed Sullivan Show and Four Star
Productions.
Dr. Wynne graduated from Em-
ory University and the University
of Maryland School of Dentistry,
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A double ring ceremony on Sun-
day. Apr. 25. united the former
Marilyn Nan Pincuss and Barnett
Jerome Mandell.
Rabbi Eugene LabovitZ, of Tem-
ple Ner Timid, officiated at the
noon nuptials held at Tony's Fish
Market, where a formal luncheon
followed.
Parents ot the newlyweds are Mr.
and Mrs. Max Pincuss. 7516 His-
panola Ave., and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Mandell. Orlando. Fla.
New Mrs. Pincuss had her sister.
Mrs. Dale Strickland, as matron of
honor. Deborah Jacoby and Laura
Mandell. the bridegroom's sister.
served as bridesmaids. Fred Fer-
nandez was best man.
The bride selected a floor-length
gown of white bridal satin and alen-
con lace with long sleeves to a
wrist point and a straight skirt.
The French illusion fell from a ti-
ara of seed pearls and she carried
an arrangement of white roses and
orchids.
A graduate of Miami Beach High,
I the bride attended the University
of Florida and at present is attend.
itig Dade Junior College, studying
nursing.
Mr. Mandell is a senior at the
University of Florida, studying
electrical engineering. A graduate
of Orlando Junior College, he is a
member of Sigma Tau. honorary
engineering fraternity.
Israeli Dance Festival
Congregation B'nai Raphael Jun-
ior and Senior USY will participate,
w.th other USY groups of Greater
Miami area, in an Israeli dance fes-
tival to be held at Temple Emanu-
E4 on Saturday at 8 p.m.
Belle Mended
Eyes July Rlte
Miami Beach. U(
fTlV b the
0f Mr ai ; Mrs iwj.-j
son. HOI BOth M Mr f '
son -it Mi an.l Mrs'
n -. 335 Washington aIT
j. Lmversit, c| Mlami J/Jj
| ..mi an alumnus of Delta Si*
International Businia Fn
hand Phi Alpha Delta La* ft
it\
David PinskT
Students Seen
David Pinski Folk SthaJ
sented a nv del Seder on MoakJ
Apr. 19, a) Farband On^"1
,k,., Washington Ave. under a*.
vision of principal, Louis ]
and singing teacher. BinaB3
Children uf the school W
a>id interned at Brooklyn Veterans pated in (he chunting of the}
Hospital. He served as a lieutenant over melodies, and eMenaiaaV
in the Navy. songs and dances. Members
.After a Mexican honeymoon, the S^f"' Mrs I *
couple will live in Miami Beach. "'" <-elia Davis. Mrs. Ha,..
____L-----------------------------------------------. Mrs. A. Bergman. Mrs. M
scheid, Mrs B, Furman.
Max B. Astor is presideaiif
'school
Plastic Surgeon in Toll
Dr Howard Gordan dis.uadtj
h rnational Hope Ship
medical activities at a
lla Vudil iriuni in North Miami
Dr Gordon, .. plastic surma)
returned from a tour of duty at
ship in Africa, The prosian
sponsored by the North Daiki
led Nations Association. 9s*j
is president.
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Paqe 113
Friedmans Announce Troth of Rosalyn
To Law Student Charles Bryan Stuzin
MS. STEVEN DWOSKIN
ible Ring Rites
Crawford,
ven Dwoskin
foi mer Wendalyn Louise
| 5225 Alhanibra Circle,
the bride 11 Sloven Dwos-
Saturday evening, Apr. 24,
nple Beth Am, Rabbi Herbert
bard officiated at the double
eremony.
ghtcr of Mrs. William J. Mor
lanil Stanley J. Crawford, the
Jis a graduate of Southwest-
f^li School.
bridegroom graduated from
High and attended Miami-
Junior College. He is the
I.Mr, and Mrs. Harry Dwoakin,
hv Huh si.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Friedman. 237
Velarde Ave., Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Rosalyn Brenda. t o
Charles Bryan Stuzin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Stuzin. 3710 Toledo
St., Coral Gables.
She'll Mary
Philadelphian
Mr. ana Mrs. Al S:hor. 1664 NK
158th St.. announce the engagement
of their daughter. Phyllis M. Schor,
i to Louis Small, of Philadelphia, Pa..
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Small.
The bride-to-be rttcndrd schools
m Miami, and graduated from the
University of Florida in December
She is now teaching in Carol City
Elementary.
The groom-to-be attended schools
in Philadelphia, including Temple
l University.
An Aug. 8 wedding is planned.
A summer wedding is planned.
The bride-elect will he graduated
from the University of Miami in
lune, with an AB in English. She
Is a member of Orange Key lead-
ership honorary, Sigma Delta Tail
Sorority, and received the award
for outstanding freshman at the
university. She earlier attended
-ephic Newcomb College of Tulane
University.
Mr. Stuzin is in his first year at
the University of Miami Law
School. He is a graduate of the
University of Florida, with a BSBA
degree in accounting.
At the university, he was a mem.
ber of Varsity Debate, Alpha Kap-
pa Psi, and president of his social
fraternity. .Alpha Epsilon Pi.
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Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Schissell. of
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the engagement of their daughter,
Barbara Ann, to Alan Theodore
Dimond.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Helen Dimond and the late
Solomon Dimond. of Alexandria,
Va.
Announcement ot b*te engagement
was made at the first Seder in the
i.e.me Of Mr. and Mrs M II. I! sen-
house, 5035 Delaware Ave Miami
Beach.
The S:hi-:scll.s have been house-
guests of the Kosenhcuses. Mrs.
Schissell and Mrs. Rosenbouse are
sisters.
The hridc-to-be will receive her
B: dhelor Of Education degree from
the University of Miami in .June.
, She is a member of Sigma Delta
Tail Sorority and Orange Key.
Mr. Dimond is a government
major, and will also be graduated
from the U. of M. in June. He is
past president of Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity and a member of Omega
Honorary. He will enter law school
hi September,
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenhouse have
been official hosts to Miss Schissell
luring her stay al the University
ol Miami.
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A Ten Commandments Plaque
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Sam Weichseibaum, president, is
the donor of an elaborate menorab.
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The table was a huge oval, the center built up
of make-believe water, sand and sea shells. Wax
dripping candles and bowks of goldfish on red
checked table clothes completed the scene for the
sea food dinner given at Westview by Diana and
Ernest Janis. Among guests who enjoyed the un-
usual dinner party and cards afterwards were
Maj. and Mrs Albert Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank. Mr. and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Mrs.
Fa) Ablin. Dr. and Mrs. Morris Zimmerman. Col.
and Mrs. Jaci b Arvey. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Gillette
and Mr and Mrs Harrj Yagle
SATURDAY NIGHT ON THE TOWN
Cocktails at Jewish Fanulj and Children's Ser-
vice Holiday in Spain" Art Show proved a stim-
ulating first course before dinner. Everybody was
hither and yon. (".race and B. B Goldstein, with
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot. went to Chandlers
Dr. and Mrs Stanley Margoshes, Betty and Stan-
ley Spieler. F.thelda and Dr. David Kirsh went
to dinner at Tulio Andres. Dr. and Mrs. Melvin
Becker had to tuck their winning painting in the
back of their car before they went to De Conti-
nental with Miriam and George llirsch. Shirley
and Marvin Rauzin Helga and Bernard Kramar-
sky, Joan and Alan Kahn. I'at and Charles Gold-
stein and Linda and James Ellis and Mrs. Peggy
(". rdon went to Tony Sweets Marcie Ersoff had
a real date with her husband. Bernard, and they
went off by themselves for a gay time. Tema and
Morris Burk were last seen carrying the abstract
they had bough:it was a vivid green and blue
just the eclor of Tema"s dre-v
ANOTHER BOOKANOTHER BAR MITZVAH
Sadie and Sam Greenfield just came back from
Scott-dale. An?., where they attendee! the Bar
Mitzv:m of Sadie's grandchild, Edward, who is
the sen of Dr and Mr- Willard Abraham. Dr.
Abraham who i- with Arizona State University,
and has had thre-e articles appearing in Texlax -
Health"" and one in "Family Circle."
THE WHOLE GAMUT OF EMOTION
Martha 'Mrs Stanley i Myers just came back
from the National Council of Jewish Women's
nvention in New York City, where she was in-
stalled as national vice president. She had her
own cheering section with her. Included in the
Miami delegation was her daughter. Judy < Mrs
Arthur Gilbert. first-time delegate t.> the con-
iM Martha barely had tune to tell S. n how
id at l< itcited .-lie was about Judy, when thej
of( to i'. opening "f the State Legislature
.-it Talli hassee Surrounded bj the traditional
iliiv v in-. Rep. Kenneth Myers, first-time
. 1. _i>!ator. allowed his mother to press the
Emenu-EI Will
Celebrate 25th
Anniversary Here
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
r anniversary celebration and
installati n ball on Sunday night,
May 30, a! the- Diplomat llote-1
The function will pay tribute to
Joseph Lipton. outgoing president,
Max Boderman, incoming pres-
ident,
Jack Carner is chairman of the
anniversary ball and treasurer of
Temple Bmanu-EI Carner 1- a past
Chairman of the Combiner! Jewish
Appeal of Greater Miami and a
trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
JACK CARNER
Nautilus Student Wins Contest
tptimtsl Zone 13 Oratorical fi
hals, bringing together the winners
oi the six local Optimist Clubs, was
won by Sidney I'ortroy. a ninth
p.ra'ler at Nautilus Junior High
Si hool.
iie represented the Bay Harbor
Surfs i timist club as contest
winner. Second plase went to Da-
vid I.itt. a tenth grader at Miami
I <. h Sei r H: h School and
the winner i f the Nor-lsle Optimist
ciub contest
Hadassah Oneg Shabbat
Mr-, rack Wolf? "in. president,
[ 'i !r\-i !.; /,:i'i- Group I f Iladas-
sah. annt im an < meg Shabbat to
I held at the home of Mrs. J.
( i '-"'in ft?: Byron Ave.. on Set-
urday Mrs. Jacob D Davis will re-
'Jews in the Middle Ages."
aces
button lor his first vote. Now Martha is home
tiying to settle down.
THE QUARTET IS TOGETHER AGAIN
sylvia. who was a Farr. and her husband. Harry
Solomon, it Fairtawn, N. V with Irene Farr
Schlessinger and Bill Fair, were included in the
t. :nih dinner at Myra and Aaron Fair's for the
traditional holiday dinner. The old quartet burst
into song every time the Hagaddah said so.
TO JACKSONVILLE
Ida and Fddie Cannier packed their three kids.
Howard. Cathy and Carol, into the car and whi/./.eil
awaj to Jacksonville to Grandma's house, the
Archie Puldys. for Passover dinner and a long
weekend. They have bucket seats in their Grand
Prix, and everything starts out quite normally,
with Ida in the front seat and the chilelren in the
back. 'Ihti! gradually, one by one. they start
creeping over the little empty -pace between the
front two seats; and there they are. all live m
the two front bucket seats.
DID YOU KNOW?
It's not the children this time It's Judge Irving
Cypen's wife, Hazel, who was in bed with the
measles. It's hard to have the measles when you
are no longer interested in coloring books or cut-
ting out paper dolls or using magic foam. At least
Hazel got a good rest. .
Marilyn Mailer's freezer eloor opened, and out
popped a frozen roast riglu e>n her toe. Marilyn
ih isn't mind the splint. She only feels that it WBS
unfortunate that it was a rolled roast that fell out.
A -anding rib roast would have been much more
glamorous.
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THE KINSMEN
A small group within the Pallot clan, consisting
of Mrs. Louis Pallot. sisters, nieces, daughters-in-
law and daughter. Barbara (Mrs. Howard) Katzen.
call themselves "The Kinsmen." Barbara and the
Glorias, one belonging to Honalel Pallot and the
Other I;: Norton Pallot. gave a surprise Bon
Voyage luncheon at the Crystal House for Mrs
Pallot, who is uoing around the world w:,h her
husband. Louis, winding up in Israel, where K.
Albert Pallot will be installed as first vice presi
dint at the international convention of B'r.ai
B'rith. H nej and Al will accompany the Louis
Pallets on i.heir trip. Globe- and airplanes deco-
rated tile luncheon table The' girls put on a gay
-kit showing what the traveler would bu\ in each
try. It's lucky that -he isn't influenced eas
ily. A nests were Mrs Morn- Cantor, Mis.
Samuel Soloway, Mrs. Frederick Scher, Mr- '
ej'h Perlman ami Mi'- Raj Shouger
! l; VN'CES LEHMAN
Jewish Teacher
Shortage Viewed
The acute shortage ol qualified
educational personnel was the sub-
ject oi discussion .1' the meeting
oi the Teacher Placement commit-
tee of the Bureau ol Jew i-h Bdu-
i a ion held Monday.
Needed for the coming year are
teachers lor Hebrew departments,
and particularly for >ne-ila\-a week
departments of man) 01 the Jewish
sehools.
The Bureau is sending out an
emergency call to all Jewish
teachers and to the Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of Miami
to recommend qualified candi-
dates.
The Bureau is now pi-jparing its
annual Teacher Registry listing
qualified teachers for placement in
the Jewish schools of Greater Mi-
ami. The Registry of Hebrew, Sun
!aj. and pre-school Jewish teach-
ers will be sent to all Jewish
sehools seeking personneL
The registry also urges that all
placement of eelucational i>ersonnel
in all schools come through the
central placement service if the
Bureau, so that teachers may be
properly screened and central fo-
cus given to all teacher recruit-
ment c-car Mamber is chairman
oi the Teacher Placement Commit
tie oi the Bureau Other nembers
include Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Mrs
Joshua Shtadlan, Mrs 1. 0 i> Bran
deis, Dr, Isaac Unterman, and Lou-
is Schwartzman, executive director
"I the Bureau
Runners-up were Jeff Farber,
David Galbut, Barry Miller and
Eli Mizrahi. Each contestant
spoke on the subject, "Optimism
Spirit of Youth."
Sidney Pertnoj will represent
Zl tie I". ..t the Florida or,,torn-.'!
contest being held in conjunction
with the Optimist state convention
\^ nter Park. From there, the
-tate winni r oei to the interna-
tional convention .it New Orleans.
Scholarships are awarded to the
finalists
The contest was 1 l this
year DJ [.I G together with Zone Chairman 1. uia
i le Judges w re Judge Jason
Hi rkman, Judge Fred Barad and
Dr. Leon Dodez. All contestants
received trophies in recognition of
their participation.
MISS BARBARA CYPtN
Temple Israel
Forum Closes
Emily Kimbrough, one ot the
most popular personalities of the
lecture circuit, brought to a close
the 1964-65 Town Hall Forttm of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
on Tuesday evening. Her subject
was "Listen While You Look."
The Community House Gallery
ef Temple Israel also opened a new
exhibition of graphics, featuring
the work- I f Naltali Bezein. Israeli
artist, supplemented by American
Jewish artists Baskin. Soyer. Mar-
gulies. Amen, and Broner.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron M. Behr
man. ee>chairmen of the Temple
Israel Forum, have announieel that
John K. Galhraith. Norman Cous-
ype*. schwori
EngagemenHj
Mr .,ini \irs ,. I
2375swthS.S2A
Liwam "> ot- kt
'/,llri:" '"HI the lat nA
want
studen' 'he i-IV *?]
"here ,, rccejv(i
Freshman Award forsasl
~\h i'liwtnia
also n member of M.T
Delta Honor Sorieh iJ
'- "' attendiag the'oT
Pennsylvania, studvin,
gieni -, 84
Mr SchwarU, also a 1
School ar.s
l nivcrs tj ,1 Florida
- Ot Pi [Jl
Fraten |\ and P: Mj Pnj*
' iety He will 1
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Night on Saturday, : j
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ip Bur on have
nexl year's series.
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+Jt-nlsf> tlorldian
Page 13-B
$ar Eddie Marcos will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
, ,,, Mr. and Mrs. Jack (May 1. al Both Torah Congregation.
LV'4 Fr -' Ave., "ill cele- A seventh grade student at John
I. Bar Mitzvah on Satur- F. Kennedy Junior High, the eele-
1 at Beth Israel Congre- brant is interested in science,
math, baseball and bowling;
II follow Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah reception will bo
held in the evening at Chandler's
Restaurant.
Steven Minti
Services on Saturday morning.
May l. at Belli Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Steven Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Mintz. 4A(U* i*E ith Ave.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception on Saturday night at
the Deairville Hotel. His grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen-
zweig, of Brooklyn, N. Y will be
here for the occasion.
A member of the Pony League,
Steven plays guitar and is inter-
ested in science, baseball and
swimming.
Jack Goldstein
Sttnen Minti
Horcui
Bernard JaHt
1st the synagogue and a
fell will be hos ed by the
[\ pan nts in their home.
. ,i seventh grade student
|,i- Junior High School.
- c, and he plays
t;i!i rhe Tidal Waves."
| .i the .\lonte Car
|il;, rile sport is foot.
. dinner will be
i' ng .n the Dip
jiinirv nb in Hallandale.
Michael Burk
Michael. SOn < i Mi' anil Airs.
\i' rris Burk. 1250 103rd St.. will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
May l. at Temple Beth Sholom.
The celebrant is a student in the
FU.h Sholom Confirmation Class
.i 5726
Btrnard Jaffe GarV Winston
k, I ..son "I Mr. and During services Saturday morn
j.. \i: I96th Ter. ing, May i. in Beth David Syna
>Ee Israel Will Mark Law Day
vill he observed with
It" >:. : .ill Eve service-
|e Isr. el 11 Greater Mi
bay, it as announced by
Biirt .Indue II a r o I (I 15
lirmi i Temple Israel's
Committee,
lation to join the Reform
tngrega lion's iko lawyers
lp i (Mended to Dade's
|> i attorneys of all
Bid Dr Joseph R. Narot,
written an original ser-
will also preach to the
Dade County judges
III jurisdictions will be
Temple Israel at a din-
ding the services in the
Wolfson Auditorium.
sowing serve on the Law
littec ot Temple Israel:
Baki ISannack, William I.
Alvin Cassel. David P.
iBarl I Cohen. Mrs. Reba
Wncr, Joseph I. Davis,
lich, Ben Essen.
Hirold Friedman.
Mrs Kstelle Furlong. Richard Ger-
stein.
William E. Gladstone, Larry i
Hoffman, Lewis Horwitz, Michael
Isenberg, Aaron Kanner, Samuel .1
Kanner. Walter C. Kovner, Lau-
rence S. Levenson, Paul II. Marks,
Judge J. N Morris. Kenneth My-
ers. E. Albert Pallot. Morris Ro-
senberg, Morris Salomon. Herbert
N. Schwarz, Michael Shores. Syd-
ney L. Weintraub, Henry 1). Wil-
liams.
Young Israel
Collegia tes Meet
First in a series of fund-raising
affairs sponsored by Young Israel
ICollegiate* will be a "Fun and
Game Ni'iht" (-11 Sunday, May 9,
beginning at p.m.. in the Hebrew
Academy
Proceeds from the event are ear-
marked for charily, and the affair
will feature pentn arcade games
and refreshments
Judah Ever is in charge of in-
formation.

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gogue, Gary Steven Winston, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Winston.
188 Shore Drive South, will be Bar
Mitzvah.
Gary' is a seventh grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High, where
he plays clarinet in the school band.
lie attends Beth David Religious
School. Gary also plays the piano,
organ and saxophone. Other inter-
ests include baseball and basket-
ball.
His father is a judge on the Mi-
ami Beach Boxing Commission and
a former president of the Miami
YMII.V
Mr. ami Mi>. Winston are tender-
ing the congregational Kiddush fol-
lowing servici s in honor of Gary.
In the evening, the} will host a
formal Bar Mitzvah dinner in Spec-
tir Hall at Beth David
Gary's grandmother, Mrs. Fan
nie Weinstein, ol Brooklyn, will at-
tend the celc bration
Steven Kipnis
I'.,; Mitzvah Ol Steven, sou of Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Kipnis. will I
sen ed oh Saturday, May 1. at Tem-
ple Emanu-EI.
Steven, is a seventh grade stu-
rent at Nautilus Junior High. In-
terested in sports, he won an award
in the United Slates national sum-
mer camp rillery contest for chil
dren under 1-4 years of age.
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs lrv-
ing Kipnis and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schechter, will be among those at-
tending Steven's Bar Mit/.vah.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the ceremony, and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Seville
Hotel.
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Jack Goldstein
Jack Ronald Goldstein will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
\tn> 1. at Temple Beth Am.
A seventh grade student at Pal
me; to Junior High. Jack is active
in the school sports program and
plays alto saxephone in the band.
Mr. and Mis. Harold Goldstein.
11U40 SW 61st Ct., will honor then
son at a luncheon reception follow-
ing the service.
Victor Lasoff
On Saturday. May 1. Victor Las-
ill will he Bar Mitzvah during aft
erhoon services at the Israelite
Center.
\ seventh grade honor student a:
Shenanddah Junior High, Victor
also attends Israelite Center Relig
H us School, "her.' he i> a member
,,: the Junior Youth Croup
Sun ol Mr- Ruth Lasoff and
i.ii:il-on ,-i Mr id Mrs Charles
fti* th
Warren Jtckman Michael Burk
Niedman. the celebrant will be
honored at the Shalosh Seudoth
following services.
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Warren Jackman
Religious services at Temple Si-
nai on Saturday morning. May 1.
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Jackman.
Warren is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Jchn F. Kennedy Junior
High, attends Temple Sinai Relig-
ious School, and is interested in
all sports
.
Janet Bush
Bas Mitzvah of Janet Uene.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bush,
5165 v\\ 5th si will he observed
during Friday evening services,
Apr 30, at Flagler-Granada Jewish
I 'enter.
Janet is a .--eventli made honor
student at Kin loch Park Junior
High and has attended Plagler-
Granada Religious School for eight
year.-. Her hobbies include art. mu-
sic and sports
'Hie celebranl will be honored ;it
a Kiddush following services.
Grandparents, Mrs. Minnie Kap-
lan. Miami Beach, and Mrs Celia
Bush, New York, will be among
Jantl Bush
Sttven Kipnis
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those attending the celebration.
In the recent essay and art con-
test sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Janet won hon-
orable mention for her sculpture
ot Chaim Wei/mann.
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Gary Heiken
On Saturday morning. >ray 1. at
Temple Zion. Gary, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Murray Heiken. 6017 SW 13tll
Terr., will be Bar Mitzvah.
Gary is a seventh grade Student
at West Miami Junior High and
plays the trumpet in the school
b;*nd lie is also interested in coin-
collecting.
Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Heiken are
visiting here from New York City
to help celebrate the event
Barbara Golden
Barbara, daughter ol Mr. and
Mis. Stanley Golden, lTiitu NE 3rd
Ave., will be Has Mitzvah during
Friday evening servici -. Apr 30, .*r
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
An hour, student in the seventh
grade al -i< in i Kennedy Junior
lii'-ii. Barbara will represent her
school in the Count) tp-lim^ Bee
competition.
A Ki Idt -li reception will follow
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ge 14-B
PJmUi) fhoridH^r
Friday. April
Leaders of '.he Miami Housinq Authority and
Jewish Home for the Aged inspect Robert Kinq
High Towers, opposite the Oranqe Bowl, the
ewest project for the low income elderlv con-
ducted by the Authority. Left to right are Ha-
ey Sofge, executive director of 'he Authority;
Zavid B. Fleeman, vice president and Build-
ing Committee of the Home; Martin Fine, chair-
man of the Authority and member of the
Home s board; Judge Irving Cypen, president,
and Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, of
the Home. The Miami Housinq Authority has
received national acclaim for its housinq
projects for the elderly.
Aged Home and Miami Housing Authority
Consider Housing Needs for Elderly Here
\l a special call of Judge In
_ Cypen, president of the Jewish
): Mm- for the Aged, tlu' Hoard of
1 rector of the H me met Sunday
the R bert King Hish Towers
recentlj completed by the Miami
i .usiiiL.' Authority for the low in
come elderly.
This was the first time in its !
r -ton that the board held one
its meetings away from Douglas ;
rdens.
Purpose of the meeting was to
Hear presentations by Martin
Fine, chairman, and Haley Sofge,
executive director of the Miami ,'
Housing Authority, on the work i
:f the Authority, the housing
reeds of the elderly in Greater
Miami, and the potential role of
ne Home in helping to meet the |
remand for good, low cost hous-
g for senior citizens.
'ine and Sofge told the group
al High 'I o u e r s is the fifth (
ising project for the eld i j
i mplet< (I bj the Authority. All five
hdve u total ol 795 units. Including
efficien ies, one and two-bedroom!
. artments. Only those elderlj [
.th a maximum annual income of i
S..8CH) are eligible, and the rental I
i 53o per month. "There is a wait '
list of over 1.500. which is;
.rowing rapidly, and the Authority
o. nnot possibly meet their needs
decent, low rental housing,"
Fine and s:ofge reported.
They explained t.hat "these pub
lie housing projects are for thi !
well-aged, who are seeking to main-
lain independent living arrange-
.nents, Good, low rental housing
plus a variety of group work pro-
grams." they stressed. "helps
maintain the dignity and self-re-
spect of the elderly and the pre-
vention of deterioration and break-
lown necessitating instftutionaliza-
lion."
Fine, who Is also a member of the
Homo's board, pointed out that "the
develo] ment o( good housing fi r
.he elderly and other non-institu-
,ional services are prime factors in
the decrease of applications of the
well-aged for admission to homos
for the aged, and as a result these
homes throughout the nation are
becoming primarily ^killed care
nursing facilities for the sick
ged."
i' i j p o n reported to the
.illy i.'i year- ago,
he ll' me h. s aware "i these n m
".-Utiilion.il trends and planned
'or the eventual development ii
Douglas Gardens ;i- a skilled care
nursing facility" and that "the
Home had just received su.h Ii
censure for all of the 221 beds at
IS Gardens by the Florida
>epartment of Health "
Sofge and Fine urged "that the
Home consider the development
of a high-rise for low and mid-
dle-income elderly and engage
in some pioneering cooperative
projects with the Miami Hous-
ing Authority."
Judge Cypen noted that "the
Miami Housing Authority has re-
ceived national acclaim for its
work in the area for housing for
the elderly." Other leaders of the
Home, including Baron de Hirsch
Mover. David Fleiman. Louis Bres-
kr and Jack Popick. said that "the
impact of the meeting on the Board
of Director* augurs well for the
Home's entrance into the field of
low cost housing for the aged."
Another hig'h point of the meeting
was the presentation of a Beautifi-
cation Award of the City of Miami
:n the Home by Miami Vice Mayor
Alice Wainwrmht. The award was
presented to the Home through Mr
and Mrs Sam Resnick "who. by
their creativity and zeal during the
:>:;st five years, have transformed
Douglas Gardens into one of the
Hole 1 beaut) spnts 1.1 Greater Mi-
ami
Judge Harold p, Spaet chairman
'I the Homo Admission Commit
ti e, presented a rep rt on the
11: me'.- service statistics in 1964
' In 1964." he said, -the Home
admitted 84 residents Since the
completion of the Abun Memorial
expansion late in 1963, .1 total <>i
150 residents had been admitted
I :>e occupancy rate in 1964 was 98
percent The largest proportion oi
residents was In the 75 to 7!i age
group, with 94 residents over BO
yean Ol age. The ratio of women
to men was 2.5 to 1 The total num-
ber of inquiries regarding admis-
sion to the Home in 1964 was 598."
Irvinq Pietrack and his or-
chestra have been chosen to
perform at the third annual
convention dinner of the Flor-
ida State Council for Senior
Citizens on Saturday eveninq
at the Everglades Hotel. Fea-
tured with the orchestra will
be Adele Stone, soprano, and
Joseph Malek, tenor.
Chief Headley
Feted at Tribute
In Dinner Key
Miami 1'olnc (hot Walter Head
'.ey was honored at a tribute dinnei
S.turday night al Dinner Key Au
litorium.
The tribute marked Headley's 17
/ears of service as a law en-
ro:cement officer here fleadlej
was name I chief on Aug 11. 1948.
Headley was bom in Philadel-
phia on May 11, 10S. In 1923, his
family moved to Florida. In Feb-
ruary, 1937, he joined the then
120-man Miami Police Force.
Headley made detective in 1940.
Following duty with the FBI. he
returnul to the Police Department
as administrative assistant to the
chief of detectives in 1943. He at-
tended the School for Police Ad-
ministration at Northwestern Uni-
versity. I'pon graduation, he was
named Miami's first director of po-
lice training.
Prior to his appointment as ohief.
he established Miami's first police
academy.
Organ Recital Sunday
A concert to the public at no
charge will be given Maj > at th.'
Victor Recital Hall. \\V 54th St
and 3rd Ave., by nationally known
organist Don Kingston, of the
Conn Organ Co, Tune is 4 (mi The
Hall, sponsored by the Victor Piano
and Organ Co.. will offer a series
oi concerts overj week on Sundays
throughout the summer ST
AEPhi Alumnae
Install Officers
Alpha Fpsilon Phi Alumnae \-
sociation (f Greater Miami held in-
stallation ceremonies at the Wa
terways Restaurant in Coral Gables
on Apr. 27
Mrs Howard Katzen, president of
the Alumnae Association for the
past two years, installed Mrs. Rob-
ert Werner as president for the
coming yar; Mrs. Morris Futer-
nick, vice president; and Mrs. Al-
bert Morrison, recording secretary
Mrs. Charles Krugiick, correspond
iing secretary; Mrs. Fred Ober.
treasurer.
Members at-large for the new
term are Mrs. Roy Weissei and
Mrs. Richard Helfman.
Sharon Leopold
Wins Second
!n Bible Quiz
Sharon, daughter ol Mr and Mrs.
Max Leopold, of 17400 NE 13th Ave .
N Miami Beach, and a student at
the Beth Torah Religious .School,
/on second place in the Southeast-
ern Regional Bible Contest held at
he Bureau of Jewish Education re-
cently.
Sharon, who participated in the
',il le Study Group at Belli Torah
(" ducted by Alexander Andron.
acuity member, will compete in
he national finals to be held in
\ou York City on Sunday.
She has been on the Honor Roll at
lohn F. Kennedy Junior High.
od was a recipient ot an award
,11m the Science- Foundation
The Bible Quiz, now in its fifth
ear, del I throughout tl e United
ttates, with the first prize a trip
1 Israel, Sharon will be the sec
nd to r< present Beth Tor
li 11.01 nail)
Jonathan Sriamrus represented
the si bind in the first annual Bible
Contest
Sharon complete l five years ol
Hebrew study at Beth Torah and is
a member ol Bmanuel Feder's pro
confirmation cl 1--
James Beard
Receives Top
Swiss Award
The Switzerland Cheese Associa-
tion has presented its award of
N nor. tin- -olden Arbah'te. to
James Board, distinguished gour-
met The Arbalete, or crossbow
- become the Swiss symbol for
freedom, independence and
.( h evi ment, and has also conn- to
en.! n: e the idea o| qualit)
Read James Hoard's recent hook.
''Delights and Prejudices," and
you gain an insight into the man
everyone knows as one of the na-
ti n's host known and most ad
mired gourmets articulate, with
very definite opinions about food
and wines and their preparation
and sen ice.
James \u aid m a kes the word
"gourmet" come to life. Whenever
he has traveled, he has brought to
his teaching a vitality he comniuni
cates to those who would learn tin-
art 01 preparing good food perfect
l>
To many people, the word "gour-
met" conjures up visions of ether-
eal dishes too difficult for mortal
man. or woman, to attempt. But
not after talking with James
Heard he delights in foods in
their natural state, fresh seafood,
excellent cheeses enjoyed out of
hand, a beauttfutty-cooked tender
li.tle chicken
Hi in/ Hofer. manager of the
Switzerland Cheese Association.
made the presentation "as a token
ot appreciation and thanks for his
outstanding services in the vast
field of fine food and its culinary
perfection." ST.
Mayor Snyder,
Greene Reelected
Mayor Arthur Snyder was re-
elected to his post by North Miami
Beachites in ballotting on Tuesday.
Snyder beat Dan Diefenbach by
3,037 to Diefenbach's 2,750.
Harold Greene won a full two-
year term over Stanley Falke by
2.981 to 2.557 to be returned to the
City Council.
Orthodox Youth
Map Convention
National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth will hold its annual
Southern Region convention this
weekend at the Waldman Hotel.
The Apr. 30 to May 2 function
will feature the following program;
Registration on Friday. 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Executive meeting and resolu-
tions. Friday, 3 p.m.
Keynote address Friday at 9
p.m.
Banquet on Saturday. 9 p.m
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Rich-
ard will speak and read a letter of
greeting from Gov. Burns
Flections and resolutions Sun-
di y. 11 a.m.
Study leading to the be
cation end develop^
the .
unci' ediotski
cordina to N
pot:
Improvement C
mittee. G ":hiiM|
president of the Interim
can National Bank, and,
also been elected to L
board of the Chomberj
Commerce. Next r.seaJ
the Improvement Conn
is scheduled for next 'm
nesday at Inter American |
tional Bank on Sunnv 1
Blvd.
Judea Students
To Take Part
In Fri. Service
On Friday evening, dm]
p.m. sen it 1 at Tempi*
fifth year Hebrew class
will graduate and partictpi
family worship services
Fern, daughter of Mr.
Sidney Deiitsch, will do thee
l>h ->,!_ Charles, son of I
Mrs Jerome Modell. and Mi
of Mr and Mrs Melvin!
v ill conduct the seme*.
Stuarl -"ii of Mr and Mrs 1
uel Serkin. will deliver the J
mon I ii iik son oi Mr mil
utsch. will chatj
Kidd I Mr ail
Meyci \ Baskin, nil! otoj
'inn
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ink Chapter
I! Install
Picers Tuesday
i Kurland will install
[slate "I officers for Anne
Ik chapter, B'nai B'rith Wo-
,i a luncheon on Tuesday
May ii, al Bccfstcr. 3651 SW
It
oimn- exe< itive officers fcr
& are Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
KpnV Mrs. Mop Miller. Mrs,
Etakovsky. Mrs. Leonore Cur-
E|rs Morris Greenberg. vice
dent-. Mrs. Fannie Srebrcnik.
er; Mrs. Mary Siegendorf,
|Ten;i KatI, Mrs. Abe Levine,
aries; Mrs. William Grocoff,
,ji: Mrs. Samuel Fox, guar-
Mrs. Morris Cardon, sentin-
fcrs David ShwiUer, parliamen-
Mrs. Simon Sanders, coun-
ters are Mrs. Tena Katz. Mrs.
K Curtice. Mrs. David Shwil-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66428-B
iN RK Bsi at* of
JAl'OIJ I' T VRR.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .\ii i -i. iilt.i Mid All !' i urn ii
.,,- i i. mauds Ann insl S
Ksm I
You Hre In eb} notified Mid
nulled In pi-twill oil} claims hi
mandii .Ii' ii von ma} hi
il.....mate of l VCIIH I'. TARH i
i late of I lade 'otintj I loi I'
In the ludgi f I 'ade I 'iiu
i\. anil file ill. same In their offh
I, the Count) Courthouse In Da
i -ount>. I- Ida, within six i all in
1.1.hi hs from the date of tl" fl
'.i.i.i:. ni..ii hi reof, or the -...... '
be barred.
|>ateil 'In- -"si da} of April, H
\n >i:i:is TAKR
Administrator Cum
Testamento Annexe
I. DAVID I.IEBMAN
An..in. \ for Admlnlntrator < I A
iiu.-, i.in. ..in Road Building
.Miami Beach, Fla. ISIM
I 90, ". T-ll .
ich BB Unit
foliation Set
ami Heath Council, B*nai
i Women, plans an installation
ay, 8 p.m., at the Dcauville
I. Mr- Elsie Bel sky is chair-
|of me day.
k Shepard Lewis, vice presi-
LDistritt .i B'nai B'rith Women.
install the following officers
1963-66:
N'IpiiI. Mrs. Max Kern; vice
dent. ays and means. Mrs
prt Lilt; vice president, mem-
hip. Mrs Flora H. Sinick;
hirer. Mrs. Samuel Tannen-
n; recording secretary, Mrs.
k-<_i Ginsberg; corresponding
plan. Mrs John Benjamin;
Del, Mrs. SoUnnon Moses;
iselnr. Mrs. Lester Arkin.
per-pn ioiiiI. Mrs. Elsie Bel
parliamentarian, Mrs. Esther
nan.
Eo to Compete
lible Quiz
ee children from the Greater
ni area will represent the Jew-
|uWU of the community at the
i annual National Bible Contest
i held in New York on Sunday.
er Mcira Azulay and Miriam
en;, of the Hebrew Academy
High School, and Sharon
Beth Torah Religious
I, will enter in separate di-
n will participate in the
ehensive English Division,
I Esther and Miriam will take
]in the Advanced Hebrew Di-
open i.nly to students of
W Daj Schools.
|ildrpn from the entire coun-
cil meet for the National Fi-
lo be held at the Jewish
t> ding in New York.
- Itheastern Division
tered by Herbert Zvi
I* oi i.iic director of the
11 Jewish Education.
Ireau Chief
^tributes To
lool Symposium
-mm on Jewish com-
ply schools appears in the lat-
Feish Education Magazine for
(er. 1065
faded in the eight discussants
*uis Schwartzman, executive
Itor of the Bureau of Jewish
Pa'ion. The symposium was in
ler tn Mx questions submit
p<> eight educators by Dr. Sam-
I Dinim, editor. Schwartzman
todes his comments:
i"1' question today is not so
Icongregationaj or community,
rather how to create an ef-
lv< Jewish school. Today, the
[8' r congregational Schools,
PI"ly organized, staffed and
pted, approximate the defini-
"' a community school. Our
'""i should be what make for
Pd Jewish schooi' and not whe-
[il is under Congregational or
""unity auspices."
Jewish Education Magazine
published two book reiews by
[BTtzman in the summer Issue
in which Schwartzman re-
W two recent books of local
At the head table during the recent Hebrew
Educators Alliance dinner honoring Rabbi
Shimon Azulay at the Sterling Hotel are (left
to right) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Robins, chairman of the Din-
ner Committee, and toastmaster for the eve-
ning; Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy, and guest
speaker; Rabbi and Mrs. Shimon Azulay,
president of the Hebrew Educators Alliance,
and honoree of the evening; and Rabbi Sol-
omon Schiff, executive vice president of 'he
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
Schreiber Will Present Paper
Marvin S. Schreiber. executive for the Development of Services to
director of Senior Centers. Inc., Senior Citizens,
has been invited by the Gerontolo
CAArro* MOOS smensen
Cantor Serensen
At Beth Torah
Cantor Moses Serensen, formerly
chief cantor of Riga, Latvia, will
present "An Evening of Song." a
Maariv service, and concert at Beth
Torah Congregation on Monday
evening.
Cantor Serensen. now occupying
a positon in Agudas Achim North
si iii-c Con rogation in Chicago, HI
is noted for his interpretation of
Jewish music.
Chairman of the conceit. Irving
Seidel. announced thai Cant i Ser
, nsen wil chanl the Maariv service
at 8 p.m.. followed by a concert
devoted to modern Israeli music
Icwish folk sum i, and traditional
litur i.al selections.
T'ie Cantor is a graduate of me
Vilna Conservatory of Music and
studied Bel Canto in Rome.
gical Branch of the Public Health
Service. U.S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare, to present
a paper on "A Health Maintenance
Program in the Senior Center, and
the Social Work Role in its Develop-
ment. Structure and Services" at
a conference of social work leaders
being held at the University <>i Pit-
tsburgh on May 2 to May 7
The conference is being co-spon-
sored by the Graduate School of
Social Work of the University of
Pilteburgh and the MorHefiore
Hospital of Western Pennsylvania.
In his paper, Schreiber will re-
port on the development of health
maintenance services to senior citi-
zens at the four centers operated
m Miami by Senior Centers, Inc.
A fifth center, the Stanley and
Martha Myers Senior Center, will
cpen this summer.
Scheiber has written a number
of professional papers on senior
centers, including "The Role of
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4492
KR.MINI \ SIIIKRT,
IMiilutlff,
\ s.
RICH VRH SIIIBRT.
I lefelldillll
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i ItlCHAItl i SHIER r
mm t'oiei
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Y-.ii. RICHARD SIIIKRT, are hi re
iv notified' thai n Bill of Complaint
for Dlvorci In.-- been filed against
...u. and you are required t. nerve n
eopy ..I your Ann\ver 01 ['leading t.>
ill, Hill of Complaint on the I'lalnt-
ifi- attorn, y, SANFORD H. KRA-
MER, One Lincoln Road Building, Mi-
ami Beach. Klin-Ida and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In Ihe office
of the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on
or before the lot day of June, IMS.
Ii you full to il.. bo, judKiiK nt J>y de-
fault iii bi taken against you for
the relief demanded In the, Bill "i
t Complaint.
This notice Khali be published once
each week for four couaeuuUve weeks
in THE h:\visii FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND i iRDERED :n Miami,
f April, A.D.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP""
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66767
IN RE: Estate of
FELIX JACOB l.KVY
I >, it as. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hi
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bt
Estatl :
you in.- herebj notified and
quired t.. present any claims and i
inanils which you may have ayah -
the estate l-EI.IX JACOB LI A
deceased late of Dade County, Fb
i,la. to the County Judges of Da
Counti ami file the same In dupllci
.....I as provided In Kcotlon "
Florida Statutes, in their offices
thi Countv Courthouse In Dade Cot
t\ Klorldn, Ithln .-is calendar n.....I -
from the time of the flral publican
hereof, or the same "ill be barred
Dated a.t Miami. F....."Ida, this -".
iloj of Aliril. A.D. I93.
liERSHtlN W Mll.l.l.i;
I2ii I incoln Road Mall
Miami Beach, Florida
Am Adminlstnitor
i i .i publication of this notice
Hi da? of April, IWC.^ __)(
Klorlda, till- -I'tii day
:he Center in the Community" pre-1 'E |; l_l,vrln.;|..aAS-i ,-,,.,k.
sented at the First Exploratory! circuit Court, Dade County, Klorldi
Conference of Senior Centers, and <"> gr: o^ijOTMti-Aini
"Utilizing Community Resources saxford H. KRAMER
in. I.in. ..In Road Ibiildinu
LEGAL NOTICE
Miami It. n
\tt">ii<
ill. Elorlda
,i I'lalntlff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66701 C
IN RE: Estate of ,
ill! \CK C< IHEN aka M K.-
M.I. AN COHEN, aka ORACH
SMALL,
''NOTICE to CREDITORS
Tn Ml Creditors and All !' rsons II
in-- Claims or I lemands Against !
Estate: ... i
You nre herebj notified and
.inn. .1 i" pri sent an> claims and i
man.i- which you may hayi- agaii-T
,l estate of ORACE COHEN, u i
\| :s ALLAN COHEN, aka ORA
small dei-eased late of Dade l ou -
i% Klorlda, to the County Judgen
Dade County, and file the same
duplicate and as provided In SeeiL n
;js HI l-'l.Ti.ia Statutes, In their i '
,i,, s 'in the County Courthouse
Dadi County, Plortda, within .-is^ i
endar months from the time or I
l first publication heri ..f, or the sa
will be barn d. .....
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
das .>f April, A.D. WHS.
AINSI.KK It. KHl-.OIH
As Executor
Kn-t publication of this notice >n
H. SOth daj of Ai.rll. 1M6.
MN.-l.Kl-: R. B'ERDIE
Attorney for Executor
Suite -'i'J. SIS B.W. LeJaune Rd.
iWoTble.. Florida ,,,..,,.
I Jft, :. 7-ll--'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVE.N thai
,| |dc rslgned, desiring to ngnge In
.. iiniier the fictitious name ol
CEDAR CAB ill i*H W ISSntl
.,.., Intends to u
Ch rk ..i the
, ,. in oi i nidi Co nt>, .
il HADE i K VSINO, I.Vt
V |--|., Co
sT-H S.W
:
II .. '
'
Ni
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,-,- i -1: is HEREBY I1IVEN
hi ngngi in
' .'i;i' i" "
,-EDAH HI'S SERVICE at S.4I U
I, \!i,.mi. l-l. rnla Intend:
OLi
Aiili Hi
uf Dade
Clerk
'..mili.
t u ct r i e
KAHN
CLARA BEAR. 89. '-'' * r.V.. died Apr. 21 She Mm ";
frm Brooklyn. S.I y\V:u'-.'[
.....I was a mcmbei }te,S ^
b'j-nogogue, Chesed >" I '> ~
sis..il........ Mlira.hl. and Ha
sal.. She also belonged to '' '
Miami Hebrew Pree ''<' Assoi.,
Mian., Kn.n.lL A \;"\"s']'
will droup "i" oreati i Miami, Na-
tional ""I"' .....- ''";r'Is '.'.'
was a life member m .lewlsn
il,'..,,,. for the Aged Surviving are
her husband Ja '"' "V,rJ,
Bear f Miami Beach; a clauglite
Mrs K. Mollj Klein p .....I ''-
bles. and mdeh Idrcn fj-i-
eri held Apr Jl al llordon
MORRIS. l!u \" '"'"i Mi
died Vpr 17 Survived by It isbiind
n .ham. and '"";
-,.m. Biis.klyn; II
ACKERMAN. Dora, ... ol
IVHI, St., died
APFELBAUM. Ho
hw 3rd Ave., .11.. I Api -I '
BECKER, M "'""*
We., died Apr. -i Rivers '
YAEGER, Jacob, 71, pi 160 Jel
Ave., died Apr. ti. Kiwr-nl.-.
RICE M 1U1 "''" '""H""1-
,.,. i-.'s.. coaal Guard, 8700 BW 52nd
.-i., oled api. -i < "!""
. i i name
. f iii. i v.nil Court
'''"'"mmK.mii. EUTRIDA.1NV
A Fill, i'.i M
s;n S W 182nd Street
Miami, Florida
KESKLER .v MAS.-EY
At tin-in ys for AppUcanl
!:n.-| l.. .1. in. IM Miami. I- la.
''" Hl8-M68 | :,,. 5/7-H-2I
CIRCU.T COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
C'RCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 65C 4538
EM METT CLAYTON BROW N
JIANITA BRI >M N
I i.
\OTICE BY PUBL CATION
VI H\ .I ; S IT \ BRi >\VN, I'..
..... ...
I '
'.,!..., ilntlffs nt-
: :;: \;1CIUI|.AS, 812
X \\ L'th A "
. .. i I "I 111
. I> ii
nfessed l>> you
I VTKD Vpill ...
i: ii. i.K CI'HERM VN, i Ii rk,
, i ||t i 'out i. I 'ade -ouiit>. Florida
II) r. I- i 'i il'EI.AND
I ., put) i "lei l<
I 30. T-ll-l'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .TICK IS HEREBY tllVEN that
the undi rslgned, desiring to i ngagi In
business tinder the fictitious najne ol
u-MK SMOKINII I'H'l OMI'ANY.
not Inconn ran .1 al
\>.
sal.I
. mi
Miami. Fin., Intend to
,,.,,,,. with the Clerk "i the n
i".....i ..i Dade County, Florida.
1.1-;.. BENJAMIN
VRTHl'R FINKELSTELN
I |0 .. 7-14-JI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ PICK l- HEREBY HIVES thai
'i- i ngage In
il" fictitious n...... "1
]. SCNDRY DISCIII NT MI-
Wil AND BI'ERTO RICO lA Fill.
(-,, i .it i'.i (lux s, Miami. Florida,
:
W|th the i In Circuit Count
.,. County, Florida,
M.l.LN i IA1 n 'L. I'ri -
IIOCER CASTRI '
raui-Ka.cAJ^rm.uA
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4420
MAN i VCOUKON,
I'laintiff,
\ s.
CLAIRE JACOBSON
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
li i: CLAIRE JACi BSI S
i:. sldenci I'nknow n
You CLAIRE iai'i H'.s. in are here-
bv notified that a mil of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
' >..n, and you ari n tiulri .1 i" sen e n
eop) ol ".hi Vnswet or Pleading i"
the' Bill ..i Complaint on tin
Ittorni v. H v man [>. i:\i.Lii
-i Fifth -i Ml iml I'., a. h. Flor-
,,.l file Ihe rlglnal Answi r or
i i.., Hn in the office of the I 'lerk of
il,,. Circuit Court on m befori tre
I hi da) "i June, 1965, Ii you
do .... ludgment b) defaull will bi
for the rellel de-
led in Ha Bill .. Complaint,
DATED ai Miami, Florida, tins 23rd
da) of April, A D 191
E II. LEATHBRMAN, Cli rk,
... i lounl >. Flo
K M 1.1 MAN
|y Cli K
HYMAN I' :Al.r.lT
240 I'li'li s.......
Miami I lea. li. Florida
. > for i 'lalntlff
4. 10, S 7*14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66810-C
IN RE Estate ol
M \N KR1LOEP
I ..-. used
l> mi creditors and AM IV '-""- "
in8 i -lam,- ... I >. mamIs Against -
You are In ii I'1 notified and
...in .1 li i'i "' an) .lainis and i
li h yn i may h: yi
,- Me ..I MAN KKILi'l,.- '
. te ol Dade County, Mori
... of Dadi
ind fill ill. same In dttpl i '
Section 7SS.li
.. ..... : offices n. ii to
,use in Dade County. F
.. mill six calendar months fn
,.,i, oi the iii -i puliln al ion hi
.,1, ill I., l.ai i. .1
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this
.lax or A...... A D 1965.
ROSE BROWMAN
As Executrix
Pkrsl publication of ibis notli i
the :'."tli day ol April, l66.
HERMAN COHEN
Attorne) ftir Ex* utrix
ISin-ll Congress Bldg., Miami, Wi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66814-A
in RE: Estate of
IJEVERLY OOLDBBRfl
I i,i'i;i-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
p.. All Creditors and All Persons II.
in^ Claims or I < man.is Agalnsl s
Bs "' : ,
V,,.., .,,-,. li. i h> n..1 ili.-.l an.I
quired i< present any claims and i
inanils which >..u inia hav. agali
.,!. .. BEVERLY GOLDBKTK,
,,i in, of Pranklln Counl
i i. i,, the i "otint) Judgi "i i'.
i -..i i i.. ..ml rile the s-i me In du
provided In Section 1 I
Ida Ktatutea, in their offices in ti
i -.. .. ihouse in Dadi Count
Florida, within six calendar mom
.mi,, of the first pub
i mi in bi ii.ii n .'
Dated his 19th da) of Iprll, ^
STASl.EY v COLDBERG
\. ICxecutor
publication .! thia notli e
the '."iii .lav of April, 1965.
VRi iNi IV1TZ, SIL\ ER A srilLK
n, n for An. ;:'.. i Bxi cutor
I nsle) Bld( Miami
i .... :, 7-M-St


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rael Marks 17th Anniversary May 6
Jewish Flor idiari
Florida. Friday. April 30. 1965
Section C
if r
Isrcc-i Water Carrier will brinq water from
a ol Galilee to the parched Neqsv. The
Ice-like artery, which meanders down a
[th o: ISO miles of country, carries 250 mil-
cubic me'3rs of water annually. Israel
has built thiL National Water Carrier in full
Txord v.'ith the Unified Water Plan drawn up
for the reqion in 1955 by the late Ambassa-
dor E:ic Johnston of the United States, then
Presiden' Eisenhower's special representative.
HE ROSE TO THE HEIGHTS FROM THE RANKS
evi Eshkol: Man Behind
is Country's Development
Im l-Mikul was born Levi
ilnik in Oratoro, in the Kiev
fi>t l R issia. on Oct. 25.
lit' n e-c wd a traditional ed-
|ii n and later continued his
in Vilna. an Important
fr 11 z.i nist activity, wb re
nc I the Zionist Yout i Move-
It '.. here, too, that K.-h-
ABOUT THE MAN
>:> -W anniversary of in
1 tails mi the til 'i
ilu' Hebrew month
'I lu- year. :he date is
6
)n June 2t>. 196.1. Levi Esh-
k ofitcp as Prime Min-
nee then, his record
'vernenl has been
I j one success after
o'h : D,i the eve of the
' nivi rsary of the State
I'' Mr. F kcl can look
ese aei implis-h-
nong (.Hi, rs, during
I ng jear:
il mee ing with
1 Johnson and offl-
"'-' Ol the United States
"'nmcnl I r .some ten
Meetings with Fr e nrh
'"lent Charles de Gaulle
l!''it !) Piime M!nit er
1' I Wi' m.
I-Ma" li-bre .1 Ol d relations wi h tbs We I
in-in Federal Re -ubtic.
ning o i commercial
><*nl at Brussels be-
11 Is-ael and the Euro
non Market.
ku'. met the late Yosef Sprinzak,
wh i h 'Ip.-il lay the IJTOUn Iwoi k
[or the young man's subsequent
decision to settle in Palestine.
Eshk 1 reached Jaffa at the be-
ginning cl 1914 and from '' n
went to Petach Tikva, where he
began work as an agricultural la-
borer. He was elected to the
Workers Committee in Petach
Tikva. and his first -economic"
job was manager of the workers'
kit hen in the village. Afterwards,
he was among the founders of the
"Avoda" group, which carried out
agricultural work on a contrac-
tual basis, and as a m< mher of
tin-, gr ii'p he worked on the lands
if Atai t and Kiryat Anavim
two set.I ments ne< Jerusalem.
Mets Bcn-Gurion
li was during World War I that
he became a member of the
Young Worker movement, which
later I cam. a part of Mapai. the
Israel Labor Party. He also join-
ed the Jewish Lesion, where he
met David Ben C.urion lor the
first time. He served two yi a -
in tin 40th Battalion of the Royal
Fusiliers, together with Eliahu
G 1. nl) and Dos llos (pioneers
< r Haganah. the Jewis i defense
.-.nii/ati.-in. Yitzhak Ban Zvi
Ccntinued on Page 2-C
h.:
1 ;- this man of such dy
pmc purpose and diploma-
The b'ograpby I Levi
utcl htrewith presented
l|s Ihe story.
Celebration Highlights
Mounting Tensions In
Foreign Relations Ties
By HAIM YAHIL
The seventeenth year ot Israel's
i xistence. celebrated this year
May'6, was marked by great ten-
sion in ihe field t-l its foreign re-
lations. Ths hopes that many had
pinned the | revious year on the
thawing ol international tension
as a result of the Moscow Agree-
ment ol 1963 on the banning of
nuclear tests have so tar not ma-
tt rialized. Ten ion is. in tact,
rising in the various sensitive
pots in the world, especially in
Southeast Asia and in Congo.
The crisis in international rela-
tii ii- also tends to undermine the
au.hc.-ity of the United Nations.
Such developments on the inter-
i ional scone :an only increase
the concern about the situation in
the Middle Bast. For even when a
certain relaxation in WOl'ld il-
lations was imminent, doubts
were still gnawing at the heart
as to w h e t h e i such mitigation
would take place also in the Mid-
dle East. Nasser's dictatorial and
expansive regime in Egypt re-
mains today, as in years past, the
focus of unrest in the Middle Bast,
Balance of Power
II i> he who inflated tension in
the region to the extent of up
'etting the balance ol power and
oi threatening war. It is he who
has protracted the war in Yemen
for the third year now, and who is
preventing a settlement of the
dispute it is he who is the prin-
cipal factor in fanning unrest in
A d e n. as well as in the Arab
- ,u ikdoms, and in the Sudan. It is
he who is playing such a leading
role in fanning civil war both in
Cyp.'US and in the Congo. It is he
heads the political strife and
the preparations for a possible
militar] showdown against Israel.
Tine. Nisser do.; not want war
V ii.'i Israel s l long as he thinks
Israel is strong enough to bring
bin defeat.
But lather than choose the path
of abatement and of reducing
differences, he has embarked en
the road ol increased armaments.
and is instigating the other Arab
states to espouse a policy ol
wild adventure against Isiael. He
is also extrting unrestrained
pressure on other states to submit
to the boycott of Israel. The ser-
ii us eel nomic crisis under which
Egypt is laboring as a result ol
Nass r's militar) adventures in
Yemen, and ol his exaggerated
armaments policy, did not induce
Na.-iei to desist from his danger
ous machinations and to concen
tiate on restoring his country -
., my and its development; ii
only succeeded in increasing
untrammelled aggi essiveness
National Water Carrier
In the past year. Israel c inplet
ed the Hi -t stage cl the Nal
Water Carrii r, tin lai gest devel
cpmont project in the history of
the country. The completion of
th'i enterprise is not only an ee
i.nomic and engineering feat of
ihe greatest magnitude, it is also
a political achievement ol pri
mary importance, sine- the Arab
States aim primarily against i-
i at Is de\ elopmenl a n d against
the expansion of her absorptive
capacity ol immigration in the
future. The Arab State-; could not
stop the implementation ol this
project, SO they have divided to
sabotage it by arbitrarily deflect-
ing the .Ionian tributaries in Syr-
ia and in the Lebanon.
One can not know with any
measure ol certaintj whether the
Arab States actually intend in-
vesting hundreds of millions of
dollars in a project that can bring
no benefit to themselves but only
harm the State of Israel. The Is-
rael Government, however, has
deemed itself called up in to make-
it clear to them and to the w hob-
world that it would regard anj
infringement ol its water rights
as an infringement of its iron
tiers and would take action ac
cordingly. 'Ihe state ol Israel will
not permit it. development to be
dependent on the good will, or the
animosity of her neighbors
Isiael is convinced that the sa-
fest guarantee for the preserva-
Continued on Page 13-C
VISION NOW A REALITY
National Water Works
Source of Great Pride
Israelis are apt to wax lyrical
when they gel onto the subject
it their rccently-completi d Na-
tional Water Carrier. They speak
i : ii is the "fulfillment of a
(beam ol many decades" and as
the realization cf the Biblical
prophecies about streams flowing
in the descri and the wilderness
being transf. med into a garden.
It is t!ie understandable rea.tion
of a people by long tradition wa-
ter-minded, surrounded an every
side by pi rters exhorting them
to "Save Water!"
Semi-Arid Country
For Israel, a long narrow strip
t f territory on the Eastern Medi-
terranean seaboard, is a semi-
arid country whose winter rain-
fall is fairly ample in the north
i-io Inches in an average year).
sparse lU the centre 18 inches1,
and dwindle to almost nothing iii
the south (I 1/4 inches.! Of it.
8,000 square miles, only about one
quarter is arable, being depend
cut on irrigation for sound culti-
vation.
The bulk ol thh potentially cul-
tivable land is in tht- arid S ut'n. a
h iar ular-shaped desert called
the Negev, which covers half of
the country, wide open spaces.
go id soil and r.J water -- that is
what Ihe Negev consists of. Fot
ye: s. Israel planners have been
[coking to this desert; and what
they saw in their mind's eye was a
granary. Now, something of that
vision is being made into a re-
ality.
What the planners sought to do,
and what they ac.uaUy accomp-
lished in June of la t year, was to
initiate a How ot surplus waters
In m the north to the dry south.
It -s in hilly Callilee that most ol
the country's waiter resources are
In be I und, their total annual
average being estimated at 1.5O0
Continued on Page 6-C
ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL
Suar 5 1948--196S J\4*u 6


Page 2-C
*Je*ist) rhrktktr
PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL CHATS WITH YOUTH OF KIBBUTZ DEGANIA BETH.
The Role of Levi Eshkol
Continued from Page 1-C
later President of Israeli and
o hers. After he left the army, he
and other members of his group
' a place where they could
settle on the lar.d. and he
among the founders of De-jania B.
a kibbutz near the southwestern
shores of the Sea of Galilee.
Eshkol participated in the
founding convention of the Hi-ta-
dru:. the General Federation of
Labor, in Haifa in 1921. and serv-
ed as a delegate to the 12th and
subsequent Zionist Congresses.
He handled Hi?tadrut affairs in
Vienna and Berlin, and in 1927
he went to Moscow, together win
the late David Remez. as a mem-
ber of the delegation to the Co-
operative Congress. He was also
a delegate to the Congress of the
Socialist International in Prague
At the end of the 1920s, he was
a member of the Agricultural Cen-
ter He was elected a member of
the Mapai Central Council and
served as party secretary and as
a member of the Central Commit-
tee.
In the early day- of Nazi rule.
ho ran the Settlement Department
of Palestine Office in Berlin and
also acted on behalf of the Hecha-
lutz pioneering organization in
Germany, Poland and Lithuania
organizing the transfer of immi-
grants and property from Ger-
many. In 1944. he was appointed
Secretary of the Tel Aviv Labor
Council.
Defense Problem*
Levi Eshkol devoted a consider-
able part of his time to security
problems. In various periods, he
was active on the high command
of the Haganah and served as Ha-
ganah treasurer for many years.
He also helped to obtain weapons
abroad. In 1947. David Ben-Gurion
called on him to take up a central
position on the Haganah staff,
and with the establishment of the
State, he was appointed director-
general of the Ministry of De-
fense.
.As a member of the Jewish Ag-
ency Executive, and as head of
its Agricultural Settlement De-
parttnent since 1949. Mr. Eshkol
has been re.-por.sible for the mass
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ISRAEL AjRLJNES
1602 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 532-5441
M ttlement of the new immigrants
on the land. Between 1950 and
1952. he was also the treasurer of
the Jewish Agency. In 1951. he
was appointed Minister of Agri-
culture and Development, and a
year later he assumed the post
of Minister of Finance.
He has also served as chairman
of the Cabinet Economic Commit,
tee. As Minister of Finance, he
represented Israel at international
conferences and meetings of the
World Bank and the International
Monetary Fund, as well as in dis-
cussions with Eric Johnston,
President Eisenhower's special
envoy, on plans for the develop-
ment of water resources. He has
visited the United States a num-
ber of times, both on government
business and on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal and the Is-
rael Bond drive.
New Economic Policy
In the past decade Mr. Eshkol
has been largely responsible for
development and economic policy
in Israel. He was among the arch-
itects of Israel's New Economic
Policy, hinged on the devaluation
of the Israel Pound in February,
1962. and included the institution
of liberalized export-import pol-
icies, In recent years, t>>. he wu
frequently called upon to si rv<
Prime Minister, in Mr
i lei i and as
r ".' n van is part
ion talks and
ins.
nation, In
Jura i| Mr Bent.'.
Prime Minister and Minister of
Defi-r -i Mr Bshki.! was appoint-
ed t.. these two posts on June 26.
1963.
On Mar. 3. 1964. Mr Eshkol
married Miriam Zelikovitch. sen-
ior librarian of the Knesset and
a long-time friend of the family
The Prime Minister has been mar
ried twice before and was widow-
ed since December. 1959. He has
four daughters.
Mr Eshkol speak* English Rus
Man and German, as well as He-
brew and Yiddish His book "Be'
hevlei Hitnahalut"'Problems of
Settlement" was published in
1959.
Newcomers
Tew of thousands of immigrants
have been arriving annually In
the 1. -1 ft w yearsthe total, a
quarter of a million. The li.-t of
countries in all parts of the globe
from which the immigrants came
runs into over 70. Frcm some,
many thousands arrived; from
others only a mere trickle.
Israel's Ties Abroad
Continue to Expa
Israel's links with the family ()
nations continued to expand, and
her tit < Of friendship and coopera-
tion were fustber strengthened
during the seventeenth year of
the State's existence. Eminent
statesmen from the four comers
Of the earth paid friendly visit-
and Israel's own leading figures
further cemented international
bonds by their missions abroad
There was no sign", however,
that the thaw in the Cold War had
reached the Middle East. Arab
summit conferences were dedi.
cated mainly to proje.ts to de-
prive Israel of her vital water
supplies and long-term planning
for the attempt to destroy her
when the time should be regard-
ed as ripe.
Premier Levi Eshkol's visit to
the United States at the invitation
of President Lyndon B. Johnson
the first official visit paid by an
Israeli Prime Minister to the Uni-
ted States, was a landmark in the
history of the excellent relations
that have existed between the
two countries since the establish-
ment of the State of Israel. The
trip, which lasted from May 31 to
June 11. was followed by an offi-
cial 12-day visit to France on June
::
and her French ^
Mrs-WeiroflTte
fwogn MaJ
1 Meir.
lland- Britain. Be
Luxembourg in Man*
'"" "- "l earlier^,
and Italy during j^
talk- with leading

Mr< Meir -as recenoii
audii
with Quoon Fabiola. hat
: rnase to the
place- in i-rael in
:"''- the em! of
Mrs Meir made a higtih
ful t eral ^
i after rer
the independence
rhi new Republic r>f
had -.a\k- with the
Kenya Mr JomoKen;
- '::hor of Se^.
President Azikwe of SmJ
Eban.
;ster. wa
i during an
Continued on Pio'<
fll
I
JjirthdctU \-Jrcctiny?
to the
State of Israel
0l Hi
17tit JjirtltJay
MAY ISRAEL PROSPER AND
DEVELOP CONTINUE TC
GROW IN THE SAME STRIDE
AS IN THE PAST .
WITH GOD'S HELP.
Jennie
Grossinger


ay. April 30. 1965
'JewistiFhrldHar.
Page 3-C
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Chairman Elect
O:: Sunday evening, May 2, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Greater Miami
will celebrate Israel's seventeenth anniversary as a tree nation. This is
a miracle made possible by the heroic men and women of Israel and by
men and women of qood-will in communities throughout the world.
Among the cities who have fashioned with pride a Bond with Israel, none
surpasses Greater Miami, who for the past four years, have sold more
Israel Bonds per capita than any other major city in the world. This rare
distinction was made possible by the caliber of leadership of Miami and
mos; particularly by the three preceding chairmen who have led the city
from strength to strength, bringing added security to Israel and high honor
to Greater Miami. Jack A. Cantor, chairman in 1959-1960, originated the
concept of the Golden Trustees and brought Miami to the one and a half
million dollar category. Sam Friedland, one of the outstanding Jewish
leaders of the American Jewish scene, chairman for 1961 and 1962.
brought Miami to the S2,000,000 mark and established a pattern of earn-
ing which has set a precedent for the entire nation. Leonard Rosen,
chairman for 1963 and 1964. applied the rare dynamism of his leadership
to his office of Israel Bond chairman and achieved three enviable records
the highest percentage of individual purchases, the qreatest percentage
of sales to banks and fiduciaries and an overall total of $2,650,000.
On the eve of Israel's glorious seventeenth year of statehood and the
occasion when the community will join in celebration at Israel's Indepen-
dence Dinner, the Corps of Trustees, and Patrons-Hosts hail with pride the
exemplary leadership of the Miami-Israel Bond chairmen of recent years
who have led the city so valiantly. On May 2, Leonard Rosen will be the
proud recipient of the coveted "Chairman of the Year Award"a world-
wide honor he has richly merited. That night. Rabbi Leon Kronish, be-
loved national leader for the land and the people of Israel who has pio-
neered in the Israel Bond endeavor since its inception, will assume the
reins of office as Greater Miami chairman.
We congratulate Leonard Rosen and the chairmen of the past and wish
Godspeed to chairman-elec Rabbi Leon Kronish. May Israel in our day
achieve peace and security in a world at peace and secure. May we
be privileged to continue to share in this great historic, human adventure
envisioned by the prophets of old and coming to fruition in our day.
TRUSTEES OF ISRAELSTATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
'' > .ind Mesdames: Leo
Stein Lewis E. Bower Shepa..
Frankenstein Mac Gache Sidney Gans Ben Giller Norman M. Giller leniamin Mevers
Samuel Kipnis Jay I. Kislak Isidore Liebhober Joseph M. L.pton Tess.e L.H Sam LLuby
Ma, Orovitz Loo Poller Jack S. Popick Louis Reinstein Maur.ce Rev.tz Jacb RJm
Ruo.n Louis B. Rodnick Sam Senter Seymoor Silverman Harry S.rk.n M.lton Sirkin
William Born-
Fox Ben
Howard Kane
A. J. Molasky Emil Morton Ben Novack
Carrie Rosen Leonard Rosen Philip Rosenberg Raymond
Carl Weinkle Max Weitz
CORPS OF PATRONSSTATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
Blank Max Boderman Samuel Botway M.chael Bronstem *?T*e\jLf J^cob Cosow I vlng Cypen SamF. Dane4s Sonia Danovitz Nathan Darsky
Cherkas Morris Chomet Joseph Cohen Seymour Coder Moms Cooper <* ^.ris DobschultV Isaac Donen SamDorfman IsadoreDrell Jerry
Ma Deakter Louis DeCoveny Joseph Denmark Clara Denner H2Lu BMtoln BenE.son Morris Falk Paul Faske Sam Feinstein Herman W. Feldman
J. DuDell Bernard Ehrenpreis Aaron Ehrlichman Leon X Ell Joseph tps Samuel Frankel Sol Frankel Mayshie Friedberg Fannie C. Frommer
Maxmillan Feldstein Betty P.Feuer Joseph H. Ht William WN ^EJEiltarrrSmrt Benne Gittleman George Goldberg Jaime Goldemb.rg Morris
Sam Fochs Samuel Galfond Maurice Gans Ann Garf.n^l Leo Gelvan nary Lillian Goodman Samuel Graubert Jennie Grossinger Louis R.Gr
Go'dfarb Frank Goldman Sol Goldstein f1'"^'^ H.rrv H.rriT WmJ Harris Max Hecht Frank Her.hey George Holtsberg S.r
Moss J. Grundw.rg Abraham A. Grunhut A J. Mr* H"r* "'"'*Wmpau'| Kesser Morris Kipper Robert L. Koeppel M.xKolker
Fred Jonas Manuel Joseloff Samuel Kann Bernard Katz Jack *""'' sidney Lefkowit. David Lehrfield Irving Lehrman Mo.
amuel G. Jamison
Harry Koretzky
,,hm,n sidnev Lefkowitz David Lehrfield Irving Lehrman Moe Levin Albert
Murry Koretzky Max Kr.uss Joseph Krefetz Eugene **"*JQ Jj*,n Manilow Joseph Mansbach Dave M.rgulies Ben M.rkowitz Emanuel Ment*
f. Levine Benjamin Levine Max A. Lipsch.tz Samuel L.pton Lewi' s,anlev C M Morris Nash Nathan Nash Robert H. Newman Rose Newman
Lou,, Merwitzer Morris I. Minov Merry B Morns *'",nd*' Sp\atoH Martin Pollack Morris Pollack Sam Pollock David Ponve David Provu*
Sol Nord Max Nuhomovic Selma Oritt E. Albert "He* "ffT joliu$ ReSnick Phil Revitz Hyland Ritas Benjamin B. Rimer Joseph M. Rose
Joseph Rabin Jacob Rabinowitz Morns Rabmow.tz Joseph U. "^gmLur Roin Jacob Rus* lrvin* M" S,ch* Jo**ph S,ck* Solomon Sandier Marcus
Max Rosen Charles Rosengarten Julius ''" rtS,""b RSS0, SchwTr,z Mendell M. Selig Max Shapiro Benjamin Sharps Murray A. Shaw Sol C.
. Sarok.n Solomon M. Schiff Sam Schiffman Isidores cnui JJ*S c,mSimonhoff Louis F. Snetman Gerald Soltz Charles Sommer Nathan H. Spiegelman
Shave Fred K. Shochet Harry Silver William Silvorstein Marry simonnon- a Harold Thurman Oscar I. Tobey Sadie Trosky Isaac Unterman Abraham
Joseph F. Stein Phillip Stein lrvin9 Ste.nlauf Marks lenen P- Woskow Manuel Yavelow Morris Young Joseph Zalis Maurice L.
' Uslander Alfred Waxman Berel Worn Jul,.anTWf'**'* Matthew Zuckerman.
Zsretsky Robin Zerlin Samuel Zitner Joseph Zuckerman Matthew iuckerm.


Page 4 + Jt-isr Fkridfor
Friday. April 30.
1965
Major Events During
Israel's 17th Anniversary
1964
Jan. 1 Major General Yitzhak Rabin lakes office as Chief of
Stafl of Israel Defence Forces in succession to Major Genera!
Zvi Tzur.
Jan 5 Pope Paul Vis pilgrimage to Christian Holy Sites in
Israel.
Jan. 20 Prime Minister Eshkol. in statement on Arab Summit
Conference, says that Israel will continue to carry out her Na-
tional Water Plan.
Jan. 28 Israel's reply to Mr Khruschev\ note issued, favoring
peaceful settlement of all disputes.
Feb. 2 Mrs. Golda Meir, the Foreign Minister leaves Israel for
first stage of European tour.
Feb. 9 Mr. Eshkol welcomes President Johnson s statement
on desalination cooperation.
Feb. 16 King Baudouin and Queen Pabiola arrive lor private
visit
Mar. 17 Rabl>i Yitzhak Nis.-im reelcctcd. and Rabbi Issar
Yehuda Unterman elected, as Chief Rabbis
Mar. 24 s S. Shalom. Zim I>rael Navigation Co flagship, ar-
es in Haifa
Apr. 5 President Grunitzky ol Togo, arrives en S1
Apr. 6 Governor ol Bank hi Israel explains plans for aid to
developing countries at G< neva Confer* nee
Apr. 16 Independence Day parade ta
May 4 Knessel unanimously condemns
I intistf in Egypt
May 21 Rubinstein Chair of Musicology
l'ni\ ersit
May 31 Mr Eshkol leaves for U.S b
June 4 Trade agreement between Israe
June 16 ational Trade Fair opens in Tel \
June 17 Rabbi M limon Memorial dedicated in Jerusal< m
June 28 Mr Eshkol leaves for visit to Frai
July 9 Ze' Jabotinskj reburied in Jerusalem
July 12 Fourth I estiva I of Music and Drama opei s in
Jei -..
July 14 Fifth Zimriyah Choir festival open- in Jerusalem
Aug. 11 Hebrew I niversity.llad.issah Dental School dedicated
in Jerusalem,
Aug. 12 Report of U.S.-Israel Desalting Team published
Aug. 24 First World Congress Ol Jewish Pharmacists opens
Aug. 31 Rabbinate deletes mention of Benei Israel commun-
ity from marriage directives.
Sept. 13 Cabinet exposes Arab threats at Alexandria Confer-
ence
Sept. 24 Australian wins Third International Bible Contest
Oct. 1 Canada Building dedicated at Technion.
Oct. 7 Agreement for sale of Russian property signed in Jem
salem
Oct. 9 Syrian fire on Israeli farmers east of Ha on on third
successive day.
Oct. 19 57th International Aeronautical Congress opens
-'leba
Bonn's inaction on
inaugurate d at He-
and I
in
Israel
Oct. 21
Oct. 29
Nov. 1
Nov. 2
Nov. 3
Nov. 4
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Mrs. Meir starts African tour.
New town of Carmiel inaugurated.
Prime Minister of Iceland arrives on official visit
16th Chess Olympics open in Tel Aviv
Syrians open fire on Israeli tractor.
New Campus of Tel Aviv University dedicated
President Zalman Shazar celebrates 75th birthday.
Syrians shell Israeli villages in Dan area: Israeli air-
craft silence Syrian batteries.
Nov. 18 Deputy Premier protests against Sataute of Limita-
tions for Nazi crimes
Nov. 24 New Potash plant inaugurated at Sodom.
Nov. 29. Nahal outpost founded at Modi'in
Continued on Page 12-C
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
- on itt
I / fit ^/4i 111 ive rsa r y
'One o* the Nation's
Oldest and Largest"
jDade Federal
(Savings and Loan Association of Miami
JOSEPH M UPTON, President
Border outpost established by the Israel Army
Pioneer Settlers Corps to bolster Israel's de-
fences along the open frontiers. Manv are
founded by the Jewish National Fund and
include MoAini, Greater Miami s
just across troni 'he historic Ar .,
rael, Urn ei Fuhmm.
Border On I posts for Defense
By HERBERT FREEDEN
The i uli'i in Israel is n
mere fact it
mentality Extending ovei
miles from north t<> south and
made conspicuous bj barbed wire
and arnin j signs, Das jer, B >i
der Ahead!'", it cuts through Je
liisalem and the whole country-
side from Metulla down t,> Eila h
Where the border runs through
Hie desert or wild, uninhabited
hill regions, it is most difficult to
control. Border villages close
these gaps, for an etficient border
defense is based on a closely-knit
population deeply rooted in its
soil.
A New Plan
Life is hard in isolated border
villages, and not everybody is
suited to bear the constant strain
of watch and work. Young people
have to come to the fore
In I'1":1 th< .hw.-'i V.t
Ft i"!. together wit
oject I set up
on somi the most ex-
lints the border
. ,! si element to be man-
ia 1 bj members ol the Si rial i Pi-
oneer Settlement Corps ol tin- 1--
rael Army i, which would m rk the
land and at the same time tighten
up the border till civilian farmers
could move in.
The first outpost went up in
1959, i pposite 'ie Syrian frontier
in the Korazim areaAlmagor
Some time later, two of the young
settlers were killed by Syrian sni-
pers: yet the settlement has taken
firm roof. Even today. Almegor
is, muih to the dislike of its set
tiers, in the headlinestime and
auain its traders are being shot
at when working the fields which
stretch down to Lake Kinnereth
Where now there i~ a highway,
is beet
i
gli ol ..
p< trilled i \
1,000 acres havi
ed." which th I of sw
ereign Israel .
heart 11 the ccunti
piactical ptirp. se> -ibl
Remnants from '
riod d v, n to the
of a synagogui.....
tury stand witness |
history of that ar i re oaee
-t .(l Korazim. a qster-cit> of the
neejhl orin^ (';. i : and tam-
ed lor its earlj r | a heat
Agriculture to Fore
Now. Alntagcr will tx known fw
Us early vines and lush ton I
whu h iva. h the arket uhor.
they are still ripe So "nnY-
Continued on Pag* 6-C
fannitj xinin 1 auTttS | 'VUUTi 1 ivuijn rpjpio I we Pub 1 AKTOf j xwttsl
la*
Jtycst VUishes Ivoni
WILLIAM BOKNSTIIN
Fo tlic
STATE OF ISRAEL
in \^Jb~crvancc / its
I /tit ^Arn n ive rsary


Friday. April 30, 1965
* knlsr tkrirfttr
Page 5-C
portrait of Israel's President Shazar
By MOSHE HURWITZ
ftebtc Prrsident Yitzhak Ben
bisucceedf i in creating the im-
L of the ideal President of Is-
S_a combination of stateliness
ith simplicity and popularity.
when i: became necessary Ij find
, successor to fill that lofty port-
uon which has created sash a
Hrnini('H [or itself in the hearts
^ the people one's eyes were
lurnerl to Zalman Shazar, who by
dint of his personal traits, his
nth and multifarioui past, his
wide learning and high spiritual
KUinmerifi SUo Ms greal serv-'
]cei to the ivement of national
;fUU! ?..: i I worthy ol oe
topying the uffice
Followers 11 Jewish tradition
and relign U-- I : in iples hold .Mr
Shuar in n u lation tor 'n- de p
ligious tradition.
Himsi ,i! rel'gii -
- drunk deeply .it
Jj i! i Icarmng
iver all it* a mil i ions ( loselj
the traditional
ile, he is a close
Itebbe of Luba
the stalwarts of
. c camp see
ne oi the first
Jew ish Labor
who laid i s
.. n (l oi ganizational
Mi sp ikesman
oi Jcwis Si lism at Interna-
lorums
Man of Peace
The liberal camp and the fight-
ers ii.l for Jewish
and human indcpcndi n:e look up-
m him as a torch-bearer of the
ol br therly love and peace.
For Shazar is a man who has been
able tn bridsi differences and to
bring tin mi age of hope, crea
an i upbuilding to his
lere.
has a rich n a rd
i Vishu\. as one
i dreamers and
he participated,
late President
'.'\ id Ben-Gurion, in
i gat< tile sit.
1 .. 'v for Jewish
'""''' eountrj At in
bor conferences,
I the I ..ii!,- of the
litj in Pah nine
lu implant in the
adi ;- and ales-
e ol the claims of
. for an inde-
its own homeland
in 1947, Shazar
'In Histadrut Gcn-
1 of Jewish Labor.
the establishment
- ite in Palestine. In
IW8. ftjiar formulated he
8,1 I Jewish In depend-
;'"' which was passed by the
""' General Council at its ses
non In Tel Aviv
GREETINGS TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
ANNIVERSARY
MR. AND MRS.
A- I. USLANDER
Zalman Shazar in conversation
of the Labor Zionist Movement,
gress at Lucerne. Switzerland, in
ACHIEVEMENT*
Zalman s.. ,/;u was el rted
thiid President of the State
dt Israel on May 21. 1963. sue-
ng he late Ita <' Ben
Zvi, l died the month !>.-
f< re
Mr Shazar < ime to Israel
in i.r'i A n ol wide inter
psts and a i real tori ii
ledge, as wi II as a per-
tasivc a n d a < ; he I
spi ak< r, Mr Sh 12 ir has b: n
scnl 1 n umer us mis ns
id m various :ap i<
, i 1 'vis w tti n exte: si' elj
,.1 historical, political
littrarj ibjects
Ti [ether wi.h 1 rmei P
Minister David Ben-Gurion,
he n presented h! eountrj at
the funeral "i the late Sir
Winston 1 liun hill of Great
E itain la-t winter
-As a number of the Politiral
Committee set up by the Zionist
General Council, Zalman Shazer
particrpati l in all the stage oi
the Jewlrh strua de al the I'N f< r
the decision to establish a Jewish
state When the State emci ed
he was appointed lo a cabinet
p. men As Minister of E lucal or
and Culture, he intro luce 1 the
I ulsory Education l iw ii the
Knesset, and after piloting it
all its readings, he im
plemented that law in In i an
with Berl Katzelnelson. leader
during the 19th Zionist Con-
193S.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
tc the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
17th ANNIVERSARY
ProL and Mrs, Berlhold Frit
Za'man Shazar as a student
in St. Pe'-nsbuiq. Russia, in
1910.
With all his being a sun 11 the
trj Ccn pulsory education is a
crsti ne In ilv work cf inte-
gration of the mam and various
Htm ties i" Israel
Corcern for Diaspora
y 1Vi .; p|j rooted in Israel,
.,- ^ 1. th less l yal to
oora 1 v. rj \ one k iows the
i etter than he, and his
n i mcern h is been to save
lewish people in the Diaspora
::. m assimilation and d< genera-
in u II Zionist conventions in
it is he who repeatedly
.. ,, > ttent m 1 f 'he move-
.., th situ iti 1 in the Dias-
t ho an ilyzes Jew-
Unyions in the Golah and
warn* aeainsl the dang ts threat-
.., v i '1 existenci I! re
v ;, '1 nh r 1 : the Zionist Ex
1 the pi t 12 yi ars, Zal-
.1 ii in cemented close
s with the J< wish dispersions
1 h pi 1 mal vlii to many
ji wish communities Deeply .on.
cerned over the future of Jewish
life in the diaspora, his main ef-
forts are directed to Jew i-h edu-
cation, endeavoring to make it
Israel-oriented and to bind it
closely with the basic culture of
the .lew ish people. As head of the
Informal inn Department and la-
ter of the Department lor Educa-
tion and Culture in the Diaspora
of the Jewish Agency, he has con-
stantly warned against all threat-
ening dangers, calling for inces-
sant efforts by the Zionist move-
ment and the State in order to en.
sure the Jewishness of the young
generation in the Diaspora.
True tn his principles thai one
can not build a future for the
Jewish people in the Diaspora
without a basic knowledge ol
Jewi-li history, shazar is a pio-
neer in tho field ol Biblical and
Jewish historical research -
zar's historical researches have
shown thai the various Messianic
movements in Jewry were neces
sarj links in the effort at political
and national liberation, leading to
the emci gence of the s ate ol
Israel The lessons drawn by
Shazar frcm the Shabbetai Zvi
Movement serve as a guiding
light also to the present genera-
tion, namelj thai Jewish strength
lies within ourselves and tl
long as internal enemies do no:
destroy our own roots, we ha\ e
nothing to fear from extern) I
foes
Identifies With Masses
Shazar cculd easily have made
a great career for himself in th
field of learning and research,
but he chose to devote his ener-
gies to the interests of the movi
ment. which has succeeded In
Changing the fate of the present
generation.
There is hardly any need t 1
point tii the natural trait of sin
pticity that is SO deeply ingrained
in Zalman Shazar. By his very or
igins, upbringing and contacts
with the Jewish masses during the
greater part of his life, that trail
in all it- grace and beauty has b<
come ingrained in him. Shazar
likes to be with the Jewish mil--
es, to -peak to them and to Inspire
them. As a faithful follower of
Habad Hassidism, winch is by m
ture a popular movement, and as
a student of Jewish I: lklore an I
o| Jewish life and customs, he
has deep rods in the simple str.
ta ol the Jewish people, and his
ear is always attuned to the sor
rows and troubles of men and
women who come to pour their
hearts out to him. His offices in
Continued on Page 6-C
naratulations
/o the
STATE OF ISRAEL
I 7tn ->''rimVer$ary
(liarlcs (lianowskv
anplinicnt;
TROPICAL PARK
INC
SAUL SILBERMAN
President


Page 6-C
*Jen l*t Her Mian
Friday, April 30.
1961
Border Outposts Built for Defense
Within the netwe
Continued from Pag 4-C
the
sea
warmth and water make
heavy soil which is beneath
level yield abundant crops.
The second border outpost was
established in th\> hills of Irron.
guarding one of the oldest thor-
oughfares which connects t "no
Emek Jesreel with the coastai
plain. The Roman legions passed
through it. Napoleon's army in
1799. and the British troops in
1918 under Gen. Allenby when
they conquered Palestine. I n
1962. the construction of an access
road to the tcp of the eastern hill
range was begun, which closely
hugs the border at a length of
seven miles. As soon as the way
was open for the large bulldozers
and rooters, reclamation work
started on some of the 2.000 acres
earmarked lor the first Jewish
settlement of the regionMeAmi.
The name has a double connota-
tion: literally, it means "Waters
of my People.'' pointing to the
element so essential for life in
this country in general, and for
farming in particular. But it also
recalls Miami. Fla.. where JNF
supporters have undertaken to
raise S5 million for the Irron reg-
ion development.
Yet another mountain was con-
quered in the same wayGilboa.
David, the Psalmist, cursed Mt.
Gilboa after the tragic outcome
of the battle against the Philis-
tines when King Saul and his son,
Jonathan, were slaughtered. "No
dew and no rain upon you Mt.
Gilboa." he exclaimed. Since
then, many battles have been
fought on the mountain which
controls the strategic road from
north to south, where foreign
armies marched at all epochs of
history.
Second Liberation
The last battle there was fought
in Israel's War of Liberation.
Mt. Gilboa represented the most
advanced position of the Arab
Legion which held its sway over
National Water Carrier Project
President Shazar
pears today.
as he ap-
President
Continued from Page 5-C
the Jewish Agency building are
always besel b> Hassidim, mem-
bers ni the old Yishuv and new
immigrants t<> all of whom he
lends an attentive ear and ex-
ti nds a helping hand.
In accordance witft the laws of
Israel, Zalman Shazar was elect-
ed by the Knesset, but there can
be no doubt that he has been the
eh ice of the whole people. Even
those members of the Knesset
who did not vote lor him with-
held their support out of political
party considerations and not be-
cause they bad anything against
his personality.
Continued from Page 1-C
million cubic meters. Seventy per.
cent of this was already exploit-
ed before the giant new south-
bound conduit to the Ncgev was
built, and now. with its opera-
tion, much of the remaining 30
percent is being utilized.
Yet. even with this additional
amount, there is sufficient water
to Irrigate only about -to percent
of the country's potentially ara-
ble land, it will thus be under-
stood why Israel Is casting about
for other, less conventional means
of bolstering its water supply, ex-
periments in sea water conversion
being i ne of it- major preoccu-
pations.
Water t" the Negev is being
pumped from Lake Kinneret. a
natural reservoir entirely within
Israel territory and the only sub-
stantial water resource still avail-
able for exploitation.
It has been overcome by mean-
ni two giant pumping stations aug-
mented by smaller booster sta-
tions which lift the water into and
along the conduit From the point
of intake at Eshed Kinrot on the
Lake Kinneret shore, to the oper-
ational reservoir at Beil L'etufa in
Lower Galilee, a distance of more
than twenty miles, the water
flows in an open canal which
winds along the contours of the
rocky hills.
Constructive Venture
It crosses two deep canyons and
traverses three ridges through
which tunnels have been pierced.
to a combined length ol six miles.
The water then enters an under-
ground pipeline of 108 inch-diam-
eter, mostly along the coast, all
the way to the northern Negev.
This snake-like artery meanders
down the length of the country
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
17th ANNIVERSARY

Carl Weinkle
WEINKLES
STORES
Leo A. Chaikin
LIQUOR
INC.
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furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specially
for 150 miles, crossing and inter
connectinn along i'.s way all re-
gional s> stems, thus making cen-
tral coordination and distribution
possible. Not all the 350 million
cubic meters of water which are
to be annually pumped south-
wards from Lake Kinneret rep
resent a net increment in water
availability. A certain amount has
to be employed to replenish re-
sources now in use which, because
of over-pumping and successive
years of drought, have been seri-
ously depleted, particularly in the
central districts.
The Israel National Water Car
rier. as the project has come to
be called, is by any standard, an
impressive development enter-
prise, and particularly for a coun-
trv a- new and as small as Israel,
which has a population ol barely
2,500,000, Israel has pointed out
time and again that it is a purely
constructive venture which in no
way infringes on the water rights
and need.- oi .my neighboring
Arab country
Indeed. Israel has built its Na-
tional Water Carrier in full ac-
cord with the Unified Water Plan
drawn up for the whole region in
1955 by President Eisenhower
special representative, the late
Ambassador Eric Johnston, a
a plan accepted on the technical
level by experts of all the Arab
States concerned with the .Ionian
River water system The llashe-
nnte Kingdom of Jordan is pursu-
ing its own national water scheme
based on that plan the diver-
sion of the River Yannuk, the
Jordan's major tributary' whose
flow is almost equal to that of the
main river.
the roads connecting the flourish
ing villages in the valleys. Ten
boys fell in the fierce struggle,
but most of the mountain remain-
ed in Israel's bands. In 1963, the
JNF hberated the mountain a sec-
ond time from the curse of deso-
lation. A road was carved out of
its rocky slopes and 2.5 million
trees have since been planted.
When at test a settlement was
established. Maaleh Hagilboa. Mr.
David Ben-Gurion. then Prime
Minister, sent a message to the
dedication ceremony paraphras-
ing King David's lamentation:
"Tell it in Gath and let it be
known in the streets of Astikelon.
that Israel's youth have settled in
the Mountains of Gilboa; let your
sisters and your mothers triumph,
for the shield of the Mighty is not
cast away."
On the "Roof of Galilee," where
the Lebanese border makes a
sharp turn and the hills are steep
ami rocky, is the outpost of Bira-
nit. Here stood once a fortress of
the Hasmonean King Alexandei
Yanei In our days. too. this reg-
ion proved of strategic import-
anceit has been the site of the
battle for the liberation of Gali-
lee In Israel's War of Independ-
ence
Historical Sites
Biranit is the first settlement
to be set up within the Caliban
development program. According
to the plan, it is to become the
rural center for the entire region.
One thousand acres are to be re
claimed by the young soldier set-
tlers; approach roads are being
built, forests are befng planted
and even the ancient oak trees,
now degenerated Into low brush.
are being restored to their orig-
inal beauty by adequate equip
ment.
Another historical poinl at the
border famed for its associations
with the llasmonean- is the Mo-
di'in area Remnants of terraces
dating back thousands of years
bear witness to the one-time pn
perity of this region, which was
the birthplace ot the Maccabees.
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the history of Modi in.
AtWHdttenew oppose OflfaJ
Modi in. 250 acre- h..u. beMrJ
stored for agriculture. The sol
is covered here with heavy ston 'I
and it is not easy to bring it k,,J
to fertility. There are eno3
wells for irrigation, but a daml
built in the neighborhood wiUcdl
lect rain wati rs durum the wlnl
ter. As in all border outposts ec>|
ncmie considerations alone catil
not be the decisive factor, Thel
need to exploit to a maximum thel
land area of Israel has to go handl
in hand with security
ments.
All these outpost- ,,t presentbe-l
iiifi manned by the Army Pioneer!
Settlers Corps will one day be-f
come self-sufficient auricuitu:a||
settlements, run by civilian'
farmers, whether on a collectiveI
or cooperative basis, kibbutz orl
moslKiv. to be decided later A
the course of the next fouryears.l
the Jewish National Fund will^l
up five more such border out [
posts one on the Lebanese bor.l
der. one on the Syrian border,!
and three on the Jordanian bc>r-|
der.
No Man's Land
One of them neai Y .
be ready by November this I
to bolster the di : I
"narrow waist" of Israel,
the Jordan border i- onh 121
from the sea Foi tpos |
the .INK ill prep; re the 11
construct 'lie toads ani I
houses. In addition the Fui
participate in Ihe i stablishment of I
three more outp -'- in thi Xegei I
one on tin I
two in the A |
with Jordan
This program requires esl
ing 5,000 a< res ol
kilometers ol
water and ele I tt> lini I
building the I ns< Fron
very beginnii I
have a re
living so as
tun- for;
where prev iouslj
frontiers in wl '
no man's land
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Pag 7-C
Israel's Relations Abroad


ry
Beach Chapter of Hadassah is cited for its outstand-
r^rticipation in the service of Miami women for Israel
Jon *he occasion of its Sweet Sixteen Israel Bond Lunch-
last year attended by some 800 persons. Citation was
> in the form of a special Scroll of Honor at the Florida
' 0f Hadcssah conference on Sunday at the Seville Ho-
'Left !o right are Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of the
M Sixteen affair; Mrs. Nat Barth, president of Miami Beach
*iapter; Mrs. Anne Grossman, director of the Israel Bond
tens Division; and Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-chairman with
s Goodman of the luncheon.
Vliami Women's Division
kips Bond Success Here
, ni women in building
k.'el dates back to the earliest
ot the modern Zionist
ham. Through the years, worn-
[have nourished the dream and
l ,> been a mainspring in creal
I. the realitj ol the state of
r
|;.i Miami, women have been a
i factor in helping t<> elevate
fcomnmnitv to the leading DO-
no in the world in aid t<> Is-
| nomic development
11 Israel Bonds
|. orld-acclaimed :
Miami's women is Israel
l;ii Women's Division chair
|kn Anna Brenm r Meyers
[all Mrs Mi yers w is the
k.pient of the coveted Kleanoi
Israel Humanitarian
llhrouahoiit the year, the role of
pmon a- members of the Corps
[Hosts helps to assure the Ble-
ach i>i the [unctions high-
feting the Israel Bond drive.
t; only as part ol the Israel i
pd Women's Division, hut as
[embers i temple and synagogue
perboods and ol leading organ-
k:ions. women play a major
> in the success of all Israel
(t:d dinners, organizational func-
8, anil the climactic and fes-
e Ambassador's Ball in De-
the most dramatic event.-.
[the past year was the "Sweet
ftteen" Israel Luncheon spon-
Nby the Miami Beadi Chap-
tol Hadassah and attended by
1 m 2iio women, This event
| Itentii n on the activities
I Israel Bond... ol ihe Miami
h Chapter ol Hadassah and
f'JSht honor to its leaders and
* entire community,
Again this ye;.r. many hundreds
of members of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will join
forces to sponsor one of the ma-
jor events ol the year in the form
of a luncheon In May. highlighting
the famed Givenchy Israel fash
ions.
Continued from Page 2-C
to Latin America In September
and Octotx r He held talks with
Presidents, Premiers and Foreign
Munstev-. in Mexico. Venezuela
and Colombia and addressed both
es of the Mexican legislature.
The scores ol illustri his visitors
from all parts of the world who
were welcomed in Israel during
the year included the President of
Togo, Mr Nicolas Grunitzky; the
Prime Minister ol Denmark. Mr,
Jens Ot'.O Krag; and the Prime
Min*ster of Iceland. Dr. Bjarni
Benediktsson; the Prime Minis
ter of Ds.b mey, Mr. Justin Ahom-
adegbe; the Sultan of Foumban
in Cameroun; the Guatemalan
Foreign Minister; the Norwegian
Minister of Social Affairs; Ugan-
da's Minister of Defense and the |
Interior: the Bolivian Chief of
Staff; a group of 125 alumni of
the French National Institute and
a 38-man delegation from the
Thailand National Defense Col-
lege; editors and publishers from
Africa; delegations from Japan.
Chad. Cambodia, the Ivory Coast
and the Malagasy Republic, and
many other dignitaries.
Premier in Review
Summing up his visits to the
United States and France on July
in. Mr. F.shkol said: "The most
Significant conclusion from these
two visits is that Israel, while
In a joint communique issued
on June 2. after President John-
fortifying and relying upon her
Own deterrent power, physically
and politically, is not alone in Ik r
struggle
son and Prime Minister Eshkol
had completed two days of dis-
cussions on matters of mutual in-
terest and concern during the lat
tfe
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Miami Prepares to Salute Israel on H|
Celebration Traditionally Opens
Community Israel Bond Campaign
in (srael on "Yom Haatzmauth." there is dan
ung in the streets. Throughout the world, the
lay marking Israels birth sees Jews brought to-
gether in joy and celebration. In Miami, it has be
jorne a custom to celebrate this historic day in
B way which is meaningful to Israels contin-
ued growth as an independent state the Israel
Independence Day Dinner marking the initia-
tion of the annual Israel Bond campaign.
The Israel Independence Dinner in Israel's
17th year will take place Sunday evening. Maj 2.
it the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Added cause for celebration will be the of-
ficial inauguration ol Rabbi Leon Kronish as
chairman Ol the Israel Bond Organization. Leon
ird Rosen will receive the Chairman ot the Year
Award
The Israel 17th anniversary dinner will serve
0 launch what is expected to be the most sue
.-s'ul year in the history of the Israel Bond ef-
i Its.
Pillars of strength in the Israel Bond pro-
gram are the congregational events held each
vear by synagogues and temples under the lead-
1 -hip of their rabbis and lay leaders.
Spearheading this phase of the Israel Bond
campaign will be the congregational dinners of
remple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Tern-
pie Kmanu-EI. Dr. Irving I.el.rman: Temple Men-
orah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz: Temple Ner
Tamid, Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz: Temple Beth Am
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard: Temple Judea. Rabbi
Morris Kipper; Beth El. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Beth Torah. Dr. Max Lipschitz; and Beth David,
Rabbi Sol Landau.
Other important functions will again this
year be undertaken by leading organizations such
;is Hadasaah and Pioneer Women. Labor /.ion
ists. A number of other organizations will for i
first time this year spon* r major dinn r> on
behalf of Israel P.onds. Heading this lisi arc the
B'nai B'rith Indues, and the Zionist Organizatii n.
Inspired by the precedent set b\ Morton Tow
ers this year, a number of high rise apartment
houses are expected to follow suit with Isra 'I
Bond dinners
Climaxing the years activities will be -
"first" in the history of the Miami communit}
a Chanuka Festival, which will bring together
thousands of Miamians to join a galaxie of Bt
at the Miami Beach Auditorium This will be
followed by the traditional Ambassador's Ball at
the end of December, an event which each yeai
focuses nationwide attention on the Miami Jew-
ish community
"%
Seventeen-Branch Menorah
Dedication
J
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
LEOW
The Israel Menorah of Statehood for the first
time containing seventeen branches, will be dedi-
cated at the Israel Independence Dinner on M;> 2 ai
the Fontainebleau Hotel. The kindling of Israel's
Menorah ol Statehood, first initiate I at th- Ir-.de
pendence Bar Mitzvah Dinner in Miami, has now be
conn- a tradition in Jewish communities thi
out the world In accordance with the custom as it
is piaeticed in the thirty-two countri s where wish
communities gather to celebrate Israel's anniversa
ry. the branches ol the Menorah will be kinJli I b>
Leading citizens ol the community whose affinity
for Israel through the year- has merited for them
this high honor. Shown (left) i- A .1 Mola-ky, Sil
ver Trustee of Israel, at the historic firsl kinditi
of the Israel Menorah of Statehood in Mian
1961, Israels Bar Mitzvah year, when th cus
was first instituted
Stellar Leadei
Outstanding
Miami boasts a high calibre ol leader-, who havet
community service and who have helpe i to make Miami|
in the world on a per capita basis.
Outstanding among them an- former chairmen
Friedlar I, retiring Chairman Leonard Rosen, and Wo
Anna Brenner Meyers
It was .lack Cantor who led Miami lo a ne peak oil
Golden Trustees of Israel nun and women ulwDurcr
Israel
i levati d the leveli
l ui throug
lei 1'r.edli
161 and I
i nt-shatttrl
. 'ircominjl
in the 'orld on
> iat.on, the leaders^
the highest a
l onard Rosenj
in lf)63 and 19641
him national dista
i -- and in areasi
ship, Mia|
- the gran
hanks and liduc.a
In tal
i esteeal
paiticularb lor I
and Ti mples hi
|Mael Bind *!!
In ass
lion, Rabbi Kromil
f.-RS. ANNA BRENNER MEYER'. accomplish!
AN INVESTMENT BORN OF FAITH was the definition of Israel
Bonds when the first issue was made public in the United States.
Today, confidence born of experience, added to faith, is the
broadened motivation not only to the Jewish public bu* to bank-
ing institution*, as well. Seen above is Shepard Broad, chairman
for banks and fiduciaries, greeting Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McDon-
ald, executive vice president of the First National Bank of Miami,
who have expressed a keen interest in the Israel Bond issue as
a field of investment for First National. Among Miami banks that
have thus far invested in Israel Bonds are Capital National, City
National. Community National Bank of Bal Hcrrbour, Cbuntv Na-
tional Bank of North Miami Beach. Fidelity National. First National
Bank of Hollywood. Jefferson National. Mercantile National. Mi-
ami Beach First National. Miami National and the Seaboard Life
Insurance Company.
Trustees of Israel, have
communi'y
of Mia"11
and Miami's activities for Israel matters of personal ]oy a ^ ^
cation. Above, they are joined by Issie Hecht, Silver ^
krael. at the initial reception where the Israel Independ ned
ner on the eve of her seventeenth year of s'ltehocd was p____


Jmiat) rterMtom
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.yenteenth Anniversary of Statehood
JACK A. CANTOR
is Key To
t Bond Role
miiiity ol
l&md eitj
Samuel
an Mrs
latin? ih
i SS0.000
lar. Thb
I; locally
I
punib lu
(suited in
Bond cilj
aopre
Fried land
- Ih.
|nnanship
won for
I of bust
L'nder his
1 distinct
|iduai pur
II
f lion Hal bi 1 con Kronish brin i>> the
?sequence ol hi-, leadership in causes, and most
national Israel Bond chairman for Synagogues
fi Kronish helped elevate the national level <>l
ponal efforts to record heights
P the Griatei Miami Israel Bond Organiza
men and women with proven records
RABa! LEON KRONISH
Famed U.S- and Israel Statesmen
Head Independence Dinner Here
Two men uho have achieved rare
ili.vincti n in the governments ot
their respective countries have
been selected i" represent their
nation; at Miami's celebration oi
the iTih year cf Israel's Indepen-
dence, highlighted by the festive
Independence Day Dinner at the
HON. E. ZEV SUFOTT
Pontalnebleau Motel on Sunday
e\ ening, May 2.
I'.. Zev Sufott. Emissary f Is-
rael in the limed Stales, Oxford
graduate, soldier and statesman.
will be Israel's spokesman at the
dinner.
U. S. Sen. John (). Pastore, one
ol the foremost champion- cl Is-
rai l in Congress and one of
America's distinguished orators,
has the unique distinction of be-
ing President Lyndon is. John-
S n's personal choice as keynote
I e.iker.
A member of the l" S. Senate
since 1950, Sen. Pastore is chair-
man of ihe Joint Congressional
Committee "n Atomic Energy and
noted spokesman tor world peace.
Throughout his long career as a
statesman, Sen. Pastore has play-
ed a unique role in national af-
fairs and in American relations
m itli Israel.
Sufott. a leading spokesman of
Israel's Foreign Ministry, will of-
ficially install Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish as chairman ot the Israel Bond
Organization and confer upon
Leonard Rosen, outgoing chair-
man, the Chairman of the Year
SEN. JOHN O. PASTORE
Award, a tribute which singles
him out from among leaders of
Israel Bond campaigns in 32 na-
tions
Golden Book
Lasting Tribute
Names that will live in the chonicles of tsrael
will be those ol Miamians who have taken a vital
role in bringing sttength to Israel in its foimative
.,-ars. To provide lasting public recognition In Israel
for Miami's corps oi Israel Bond supporters', the
Golden Book ol the Year ha- been instituted. In
Israel, the Golden Book will be on permanent dis-
play, reflecting the activities ol world Jewry in the
upbuilding ol Israel
The Golden Book will b compiled at the In
lependencc Day Dinner, with each table h i>i b 'ing
called ii present a scroll bearing ilie signatui > ol
all those attending. During th dinner, a phi lo.
i.iph will be taken ol each table, which will be
placed opposite the scroll and bound into the Gold-
en Book of tin Year
At the end of the year, every temple and or
anization that has had an Israel Bond function
will add a folio to be present) i the Ambassador
i i rael at the Ambassador's Bali The book will
then be transmitted to Israel for public display at a
site dedicated to the chronicles culled from commit
Dr. Irvinq Lehrmctn is seen above with Sam
and Bea Blank, 1964 recipients of the State of
Israel Medallion of Honor, as they view a
replica of the Miami-Israel Golden Book ot
the Year which will reflect the exemplary
role of Miami in the development of the State
of Israel.
hes throughout the world reflecting the ties of
faith and peoplehood Of Israel and world Jewry
women
- Israel has a special place. With the ap-
(evi s ~eventeenth birthday, a group of Patron-Hosts for
b of recrd of the Women's Division of the past and
No ?rea1fr acr>evement for the year ahead, in keepinq
ffesLlr and ,he growing challenge. Left to right are
L L"1- Leor> Kronish, A. C. Fine, Isadore Hecht and
r chamnen of the Women's Division.
A MOMENT OF HISTORY Scenes such as this will be cherished as lit-
tle moments of history which tell the story of a nation aborning and a people
whose brothers and sisters throughout the world have helped to make pos-
sible her birth and her development. Here David Ben-Gurion congratulates
Jack Popick, Miami-Israel Bond chairman of the board on his city's havinq
achieved the highest level of service to Israel reflected in Miami's Israel
Bond record. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol who has visited Miami often, looks
on.


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CTl O// / J SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK EMOR
AiUOAtH ACHIV. 630S Collins Ave
Orthodox. *

AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. J
Cantor lirael Kershner
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW ">th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz. J,
[.resident. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz.
i i mtsws*
CANDLEUGHJING TIME
28 Nisan 6:32 p.m.
1......"......!
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
''Without Vision. .1 Peoph
:. i I:, "rii. I'..11 i- ti
l .,\>." 6:13 |im "The I.".-: Roul
Utiuchtt-r l Mr and Mi Lmila Buah
SuturUio : ii.in Bar Mltavah Mitch-
\l bii Mm Hujtj
Mini ha :lj i m

BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13610 W. D*ie Hwy Conservative. FT L AUDEROA LE E M AN U E L 1801
Rabbi Ri-h-.-n Marcovitz. Cantor E. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Seymour Hinket. Richard M. Leviton.
I'- din s !.' |i.in. Hermnn "Numb*
Ims. Our tanya." '.- Shablial |n>n- HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
I ,., Slau-rh.....I Sntiinlii.i 1.1 dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
m Pridaj H du> t' .. m M -
. ha :!.* |i in.
ETH RAPHAEL. 139 N W 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieg.fr. secre-
tary.
I". i.i.i> s:l." Sen i \ ; ..ii.
.'. ,\' .i i 'v. Km in
::i >. :i, I I he
\\ Ra Mltsval Si
Mr .1 M i n
: [tar Mi til Ran -
-
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE 3.NAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th
St., Homestead Conservative. Can.
tor Pincus Aloof.
25
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODF.SH
A CONVERSATION BETWEEN
THE TEACHER AND THE
STUDSNI
And so. whal did you learn up to
nov.''
We h:i\c learned much and know
little.
Now I know thai you aic smait
l people I
We know little, anJ we are smart?
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docs not know -** h *
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Isn't the one who know- that he
known, v. ise?
No' Do you know whal the Hebrew
. word is tot ;i learned and a gie.il
wile man.'
A learned man one certain)) calls
a "llahani "
Not exactly. One calls him
Talmid Haham."'
Onl> I man who is always a student,
he is also alwayi a llahani" and
"l.amdan "
If this i- so. whal must we do?
VA e want to be 'Talmide Hahamim"
to lead Hebrew, to vwije. and to
understand.
Here is my good advice:
You must Ipl ) read a lot. r.rile a
lot, and listen to Hebrew.
."srr s*k-^ %*m.*z ytcf: r;s?
t t : -; r: -
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( hanukaii.
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.learned
tesactly
|if so
.scholar
r(Talmid Habar.i')
to under stand
(advice
4 am really
(not in text)
paMi
13 '.
convcrsation-lalk
between
what then
we have learned
wise (sing & pi.)
how doe one (do
they) read
B'aan-qan
D'Jt-t'7 -;'*k
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. C.iutor William W. Lip-
son. w
i' hla) 6 and v i:, p m Sermon: "Aftet eth TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
I'.ath" Saturda.1 9 a.m. Sermon: Ave. Conseivitive Rabbi Max Lip-
ill.hi Shalt be Hoi) Bar Mltxvah schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
tSarj Steven, won i Ml and Mr* oaum.
H Hon | ,.,,),, ,: n,i ,, m Ran Mltivah
in a.mJ Rabbi Kli.-z. i A, L*vl will ,i:,.,, iiaushtt-i l Mr and Mi Mn
. i.nducf weekend ei tMmrii. Snturdaj i a.m Itar Mlta-
/ v.,h Knbert, con < Mr anil Mm
BETH/EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortno ,;,., ., .....,,,,.,,. Ueinar.1, son nl Mr.
doxJ Rabbi Solomon Sthitf. ,,,,| \|,. \] J.iff, Steven, win ol Ml
h*rl<1aV !:< p.m Snla\ *:3fl *.iu- ,..n.i Mr* IVtor Mini?. Mlncha I
s. riiiTrii: Thought> MukI l-ead i" Ac- j p.m. nal Mltzvah: Srutt, non u< Mi
u..ii." Mlncha 6:Ki p.m .Mi- r R Steeltnan
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. OrthO- #
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein J-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
K Ida] I" p.m Saturday : a.m. Bar Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
MiUvah: KdIle, wn dI Mr and Mr* Cantor Jack Lemer
i i. Marcus. ____.____
ETH JACOB~30lT37l Wash,nton -UB AN HEBRE W Cl RCLE OF Ml.
Ave. Orthrdox. Cantor Maunce, AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
rfamches. dox- Rab'J1 Dov Rozeneweifl
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. -"LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
Shapirc Cantor Ben;iir..n Ben-Ari enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
ay miiis, t Sntunlaj S:43 i.m b'rhla) 13 p.m fla* M Ii .ill Janet.
IETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or- SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25t
A TASTE OF HEBREW
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Loon Cohen
|i m s.u jrda] i
The Portion ol I hi V
|. in Bar Mltsvah \
\; Ruth I
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
!-'i iilaj i! p.ii Saturday s:3o a
llenet lion Ol I i.-ii.-n. r.ili..ii
M r.. ha 1 i'.in
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
l'i i.l.o i. I"i p in tinturdii) s .:., -, m
\ \\ Hoi) "i Al W<
II..I,
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassteld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Biest Rd. MMern Tra ----. ----
0HEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man
>., uini.. 10 a.m Sermon: "The
i-fii', r Pti Mincha 1:3 p.m
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collin* Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
miat.
Mm.hi :.:." p.m. Saturday
,i mi. Ser.....ii I'lu- Valt.....t
l_iws In the Xeuativ.-."
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con- i
trvative. 102S NE 183rd St., Miami |
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. ,
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I das S i"' and S:1S p.m. Bei mon
CommunU-atlns with Mnn and Com-
muning with Ood Ban Mltavah Bar-
u da ighti r "f Mi and Mm
Stanle) Oolden Satunla) 8:43 a.m
>. : in..ii .. II' skills."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
, ,i.,\ > 311 |i in s, i mon '"I'll, Role
..f l.;iw In the Jew Ixh lb liui..ii
. in II Mltavah: Jaek,
,: nnd Mm t la mid (iollate>ln
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Ja'fe.
- .
|,i | Sei ii !!
I'll. Vu ith Shall See VI

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
I- |da) |. m N' I) -! ti 'l ofl hi -
Sen II" !' .- -
iuod Men in I., a.I. i "hip.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. I
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steincr.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase I
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniih. |
Cantor David Conviser.
l-"ii.|:i\ s;i;, p.m s..mii>.ii "Abba
Kban'a Pi tponnl for I' ., < on
Karth flrat uf a nerie* "ii Israel.
Saturtla) 1 13 a m B ,i Mltavah:
Michael, Mtn ..f Mr and Mis MorrU
| I: n ik
i TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. |
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Prida) 8:30 p.m Sermon "FtameleH*
i .is iil: or i-'i.iin. I. ss i tenth."
rl......i Satur- |
da) '.' a in lui.ii r Coniti egatlon
_._
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
i'i Ida) ID and Jfl |i m
"The Law .iii.i is Satunla) > m
i' f the \V< ek Mm -
. ha :'.'' p in
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TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Prida) s :;., |,-n, National Law I'ay
obai is anci Sermon: "Lan I iti) A '
'hall, iiu*- to America." Satunla) 9
.i in S. in..ti \V. ekl) Port i..ii of the '
I'.ll.l. I'.a: Mltzi .; Steven w.n ..f
Mi .....I Mi- Theodore Kipnia Jun-
oi 'ii-i. Kai Ion Iti 10 a.m In iih m- ,
halL
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. j
Friday R:1S p.m Service In honor of
' Law Do) Sermon "Religion law
.i lUualon '
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per,
laj 7 3(i p m. Student of fifth ) ar
irew .i.i... \-. in sjrnduati and par-
ticipate in nervli e* Saturday it a.m
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| TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
s [J |, I,, \, u ,,ffi,.,.r. vvi|| |.
i Si i mon i adi i Rhip in
a a.in Si ......
Porl Ion ..f Hi. Naw Bar Mltavah
David, win of Mm Itonu Oilman ami
Martin 1,'ilmali
_
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
amm. sssai ... .... .:.
Tins paxe ii T'efored in co-
operjn, ii with the Greater Mi-
ami RdMiimcdl Association.
Coordinutor of features ap-
pearing lifre is
DR. MAX LlPSr.MITZ
I Jpiritual leailer of Beth Torah
C-^ij;regdfioTi of North Midmi
r Beach.
Ffstival symbols: Matza. Lulav. Etrog. Shof;,, b,,, .
membra nee. "e-
Seven days ye shall eat unleavened bread" 1, 236
"... a memorial blast of horns
fruit of goodly trees" (23.40). ,hl
EMOR "And the Lord said unto Moses Speak unto th
priests, the sons of Aaron, and say unto them: There shall
defile himself for the dead among his people: except for big to
that is near unto him. for his mother, and for his father nU
for his son. and for his daughter, and for his brother- anil i
his sister a virgin They shall not take a woman that is
harlot, or profaned: neither shall thev lake a woman nut at '
from her husband" (Lev. 21.1-7).
The high priest "shall take a wife in her vu ud
or one divorced, or a profaned woman, or a harlot, these shall h
not take" (Lev. 21.13-14). No priest with a blemish might
proach the altar to offer a sacrifice the Impure priest might
not even approach the holy food nor eat it No animal with
blemish might be an offering.
The seasons of the holy convocations are then ili'-cribetl
"The seventh day is a sabbath of solemn rest \, shall do no
manner of work '. In the first month, on the fourti i nth dav
at dusk, is the Lord's Passover ... on the fifteenth da) oi thf
same month is the feast of unleavened bread seven dayi \
shall eat unleavened bread" (Lev, 23.36).
The Festival of the First Fruits (Shavout) occurs on the fif.
tieth day after the first day of Passover. "In the seventh month
in the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest unto you. a
memorial proclaimed with the blast of horns, a hol\ convocation
Ye shall do no manner of servile work Howbeil on the tenth
day of this seventh month is the day of atonement and n
shall afflict your souls and >e shall do no manner oi work in
that same day: for it is a day of atonement, to make atonement
for you before the Lord your God ... On the fifteenth day ol this
seventh month is the feast ol tabernacles for seven days unto
the Lord" I Lev. 23.24 34 .
"And ye shall take you on the first day the fruil ol goodly
trees, blanches ol palm trees, and boughs ol thick trees, and wil.
lows o! the brook, and \e shall rejoice before the Lord your God
... it is a statute lor ever in your generations And
declared unto the children ol Israel the appmntiii -
Lord" (Lev. 23.4041. 441.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it
Sftengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumi
is Joseph Schlang.

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Our Duty is Apparent:
Support the C J Appeal
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI s
Our sages of the Talmud tell us
thai the righteous have no peace in
this world or in the world to come.
By this they imply that one can-
not lie truly righteous unless he
responds to the needs and the
challenges about
him. for how can
a self-respecting
human being re-
main silent and
indifferent in the
face of problems
that face his com-
munity and his
pet pie?
it is this type
of righteousness
that we need so
badly today as
we enter the final
Stage of the Com-
bined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign of
lSba. The opportunities of building
our community are enormous. We
live in a par! of the country upon
which is focused the attention of
the entire Jewish world, and we
have the obligation to project the
image of a community willing to
accept its full share of responsib-
ility for its fellovs-man.
The instrument through which
DR. LfHRMAN
tional. ".linn Eugen* Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Krlila; B I p.m. kSaiui d 8:45 a m
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 1tn St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
Pi -i.ts s ;ii pin. Ofrlcera and bostnl
ol Ti rapk SUii rh.....i iuuJ m, n Objli
will be Installed l.s ILil.l.l April. Sat-
. I I.*. H.lll
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
^wv dntor r*het Gala-
Friday 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "What Jew-
ish 1 Vital." (iv... iu Tbi-ir I'hllili.ii
Suiurnuj. ,1 :i.rii. IUu Miuvah: Win-
i.m. son ,,f Mr. .iikI Mrs ilenrstr Jai-h-
maii.
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TEMPLE TIFEBETM JACOB). S8J
E. 4th Ave., Hiaieah. Conservative.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamera Ave.
we express tin- responsibility si
Federation. This is the parent boM
of our community, which nourishes!
and sustains all the causes depend-!
ent upon it. such as Mount Susl
Hospital, the Home for the Agedl
the "Vs." the Bureau of Jeii|
Education, and man) other oft I
standing agencies These msmvl
tions and agent it would not Kl
able to function without the lo|
and attention given to them
Federation.
In addition to its local goakl
Federation is the instrument l
service and help to national |
overseas causes, espt :iaUj theUM
with its overwhelming life-savuM
responsibilities ol rescuing in|
sands of ow people from the dart-i
esl corners of Bur ;< and .unoi
and transporting 'i";i; '"a ""^l
dignity and sell respect m
State of Israel.
This is our dut> as a m<^\
this is the raison d'etre ol feflen
tion; this is our commit"''1"1*
Jews, as prescribed by the
ol our ancient rabbis '&*> J
is responsible for ever) ,u>l'rJe^
It is my privilege U> tyfJ'J
chairman of this .-..m|aign i*
second year, and i plead*;*;
to share this Miuvaki5
.again. I pra. thai .' "*
I us a thousandfold wth Hh *|
logs.
Conservative. Rabbi Mersh.i '*
Cantor Ben Dickson. |lrrt(.
Krldaj *:IS |i m "
ml U..11I 'Bui U ,.
S, ,,..,,: "Th. I ,.,f^
liar atltainh VlUn
\i.,\ Onwi
TEMPLE ZicTn.'sOOO JJ^wX I
Conservative. Rabbi *
man. ___
TIFERETH leMABL j^Hr
Ave. Conse'vativs. s
I'n.i.v s:S P. m -; ', h,i.J
SlsLll.ui.il. *5lji
"IVrtlan of tttrW rt nl
YOUNG iSKAtL. tf.JS Hi* lOUNG ISKAtL. tp ifl *
OrthodoM. Rabbi *"' J
rUM- :W1 ?' ,'-"";"Vn'j.1-
i.sn: "l'-l"-n'!'. -
L.
aliaolia 6-ao i'1"


April 30. 1965
+Jeist>ner0dMatf7
Page 11-C
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADtRS
Rabbi David Shapiro
Of Hollywood Sinai
Bjvid Shapiro, of Tempie
[J HoUy*-ooi, -'-'f" '"
itan on December 12, 1907.
Khcr grandfather and pwt
1S bbls ;:n bo,h ,,,s
-sand father's side.
U eraduale of New York
Wy and (he Yeshivath
'( New York He was ad-
d',olh.'Ne York Stale Bar
10 and o^a""''1 as a rabbl ,n
R the Yeahivath Yavne The
til Seminar)
u Shapiro Is married to the
jUila Stoaiko, of Madison.
and the couple have two
a daushtir Judith. 28.
j to Dr Stanley Saxe, as-
it professor on the faculty of
[[r;u,r.,tv ol Kentucky; and
_ Herman. 24, ho lives In
Jinn and |v writer. They
rtddaughter
tbi Shapiro served as spiritual
,,ii Ba> Wise., from
fto i. and m Beloit, Wise-..
11949 to 1951 He w as director
i unerican li h Congreea
jktaaii and the midwest from
|to 1948.
Sit .ii o| Hollywood
ideri Rabbi Shapiro with a life
fcac' in March 1959. following
I emple s >pi
:v,t IN TIMES
l'f OF SORROW
"- ; e.
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Committee of 100 ol Hollywood.
Broward County Welfare Board,
board member of the Broward
Chapter of the Zionist OrganiM
tion of America, member of the
board of the Cancer Society. Flori-
da Region of Hebrew University,
and was on the Board of Trustees
of the Jewish Feder;ion of Holly-
wood from 1963 to 1964
From 1962 to 1963, Rabbi Shapiro
served as president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association. Ib-
is active vice president of the Bro-
ward Zionist District, chairman of
the board of tne Southeast Region
of the ZOA, ami was president of
the Greater Hollywood Clergymans
Fellowship from 1963 to 1964.
Daring World War II. Rabbi
Shapiro served on the board of the
Wisconsin War Chest. He was ;i
delegate to the American Jewish
Conference, representing Wiscon-
sin, and is a past president of
the Zionist Organisation of the Mid-
wes: Mr served as chairman of
United Jewish Appeal lor Wiscon-
sin and Upper Michigan from 1948
to 1951. and has lectured before
service clubs, business and profes-
sional groups, United Jewish \|>
peal, Zionist Organization and
B'nai B'rith
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Sunshine Chapter
Installation Set
Mrs. Frank Bury will be installed
as president ol .Sunshine Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, at a luncheon
in the Medallion Room of the
Americana Hotel Thursday noon,
May 6.
Chairing the seventh annual in-
stallation are Mrs Milton M Wein.
bi rg and Mrs Thomas I) Fried-
man.
Rosen atiorcs
Gert Samuels.
berg, Mrs. Vy
Sylvia Banks
Murray A Shaw was unanimously
elected to a fourth term as presi-
dent of Temple Ner Tamid at a
meeting in the Temple last week.
Also elected were Louis Cohen,
executive vice president; Munis
(hen, Isidor Deemar, Solomon
Siegel, vice presidents; Seymour
Horowitz, treasurer; Carlton Blake,
recording secretary; Era Rosen-
feld. financial secretary; Joseph
Kahn, assistant financial secretary;
Paul li. Press, corresponding se-
cretary; Mrs. Mollie P, Fabric,
librarian; and Maurice L. Zaretsky,
chairman of the board.
Trustees are Alex Eig, Harry
Glazer, Michael Glazier, Aaron
Goldman, Adolph Greenbaum,
Samuel Greenfield, Morris Hinden,
Samuel Jacobs, Harry Lieberman,
Morris Miretzky. Max Raskin. D.
Dale Regent, Alexander Rest, Era
Rosenleld. Herman Shaw, Harry
Sherman. Joseph Silverman. Sadie
Trosky, Judge Louis H. Stallman,
' 0 s c p h Zeman, Ezra Fineaold.
Louis J, Cold, Col. Wm. J. Harris,
Nathan Rottenberg. Jacob Sapir-
stein Eugene J. Schwarz. Fannie
Sklar, Maurice L. Zaretsky,
President's advisory board in
eludes Joseph Albert. Irving Egel,
Hynran Eisenbaum. Aaron Bisen-
stein. Herman Frank. Frank Gold-
man, Charles Goldstein. Jack
Greenberg, Meyer Lesben, Dan Fi-
ver. Jack Portney, Hy Posner, Phil-
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Irvine C. Spear.
chairmen are Mrs.
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Page 12-C
Jwisti rkrtdtor
J^day.ApnlJ
Miami Federation Greets Anniversary
our continued efforts
Jewish men.
to a I if,.
Both the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Ft deration and the United
Jewish Appeal were established
27 years ago. and ten year- after.
Mr efforts helped in the establish-
ment of the State cf Israel, which
is currently celebrating its 17th
birthday as an independent and
> ibrant young democracy," Sid-
ney Lefcc.ur;. president of Federa.
lion, noted this week.
"We. of the Greater Miami .lew
ish Federation, are extremely
proud of she millions of lives that
f were saved and are continuing to
be saved through our annual phil-
anthropic campaigns. The dollars
W8 have raised for United Jewish'
Appeal have done mueh toward
bringing people from lands of fear
and oppression to ;he State of
Israel, where they have become
useful citizens, making their own
important contributions to this
yor.ng nation.
'Israel, whose 17th anniversary'
we join in celebration, still re-
tains its policy ol taking Jews in
from all pans of the world re-
gardless of age. physical, or men
tal handicap. Among the 65.000
who will come in during 1905 will
he eld. blind and sick people. Is-
rael welcomes everyone as a
member of the family and pro-
vides them with the opportunity
to Start a useful life in a free and
independent nation.
"We are proud that the dollars
raised through our Federation
and Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign helps \r> provide educa- i
tion. housing, medical care, job
retraining, and even teaching of
the Hebrew language, so that the
newcomers may make the adjust-
ment to become productive and
useful citizens of the Stale of Is-
rael. This small nation, whose
borders have been surrounded by
hostile neighbors, has grown in
such a manner as to serve as an
example to all newly independent
nations.
"We, Of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, take this' op-
portunity to restate our pride in
the growlh and development of
the State of Israel, and to pledge
, "wnwtsj
';" land. May Z
be marked .is a
anniJ
imc ot,
progress for the suu -
"<'<" its dedteawly
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Combined Jewish Appeal Views
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman.
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, noted this week that
one of t.he greatest achieve-
ments ol i ur lifetin e has been the
establishment oi the state of Is-
rael which, in celebrating Its 17th
anniversary, has become the ful-
rillment of our historic dream and
the haven for displaced Jewry
from all parts oi the world. Israel
is more than a dream. It is a
land where dignity and freedom
pre\ ail [or our brethren.
Important Partner
"As c bairn an of cur Combined
.'wish Appeal, I want to salute
the State of Israel and its popula-
tion of 2.500 000 people from all
countries and backgrounds who
are helping to build this young
democracy,
"The United Jewish Appeal, an
important partner in our Miami
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign, has been cited not only tor
the transportation, rescue and re-
settlement o millions of immi-
grants now living in the State of
l>rael. but has also been cited as
the greatest voluntary philanthro.
pic program at any time in his-
tory.
We are proud that our Com-
bined Jewish Appeal has contrib-
uted almost S13.000.000 to the I i
ted Jewish Appeal and its agen-
< i during t e 27 years of activ-
Itj in the Gr ater Miami eommu.
oltj
"We are proud to salute the
State Of Israel and the valiant
men. women, and children "ho
have overcome tremendous hard
ships to build a land of which we
can all be justifiably proud.
"Mrs. Lehrman and I recently
returned from a special mission
to Israel and to Europe as the
guests of former Israel Prime
Minister Mo-he Sharetl. On our
tour, we visited all parts of Is-
rael, including small villages, the
k i butzim and the big cities.
What Impressed us mosl about
Israel was the sense of pride and
dignity of Us people and the way
in which new. mers were made
tu feel a[ home. The welcome they
received from the Israelis gave
a meaning to our Combined Jew-
ish Appeal that cannot be trans-
hit ed into mere words.
"The Israelis' full acceptance of
newcomers without regard to
background, to financial and
physical status, was an accept-
ance of the ancient rabbinical
tradition that every Jew is respon-
sible for every other Jew
'Will Pay Back'
Tins, to us, is the meaning e,i
the State Of Israel an its 17t'i
birthdaya meaning we can nev-
er forget and which will always
be typified by the newly-arrived
immigrant who was brought to
Israel by Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and United Jewish Appeal
funds, and said to me. "Rabbi.
we'll pay back everything, every-
thing you have given us to start
:i new lite '
Events Calendar
Continued from Page 4-C
Nov. 30 TABAI, Africa-Israel Stamp exhibition, opens in
Haifa
Dec. 14
Dec. 23
Scopus.
Dec. 30
Prime Minister Eshkol resigns.
Finance Minister presents 1965-66 budget,
Jordanian troops wound three Israeli guards on Ml
26th Zionist Congress opens in Jerusalem.
1965
Jan. 3 Danish Prime Minister arrives for official visit.
Jan. 15 lordanians lire on Israeli patrol in Jerusalem.
Jan. 27 Deputy Premier Abba Eban announces counter-mea-
sures against Arab boycott.
Feb. 3 UN Secretary General's representatives arrive to in-
vestigate tens.on on Jordan-Israel border.
Feb. 15 Kin -set condemns Bonn's decision to stop security aid
to Isr.v. I
Feb. 16 Tenth Convention of Mapai. Israel Labour Party.
opens

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30, 1965
Jen1st) nrriditr
Page 13-C
>W
Tension in Foreign Affairs
,ued frcm
Page 1-C
of
U the dispelling
, thai Israel will be
in any cur-
isioes
i to icquiesct
clher rights. The same
revocations along
have been on
, also to pi i
lor whii
n*e lately
hlflOM With Bonn
Ucl of the West German
C to Nassefs threats
rionaU led to a regression
nan-Israel relations during
l Culminating in a
in ,i relations be-
ke two countri< s in Febru-
Ijowinu the announcement
Bonn G veil nenl about
Limcnti't the arms agree
| Nasser's at
i risisand
| re.i lent
iblic oc-
,, dei in *'eat
a Bonn
I i with a pro-
I '"' re
filth prop isal.
I In Israel
r. by a
Knesset
i the e*i
| ei ween
I onlj will
I I f r o in
V I'll
L (he 11
I Arab
n the po
i nulli-
crisis
appear
| :i.. run
lubnous
; N i\ oca
ainst a
:. 111
| mount', n in the
has induced the Is-
forernmenl to exert every
order to strengthen ties
hemlly stati tli old and
his connecti in. mention
in tin first instance
cementing n| closer ties
three Western Powers
the manifestations ot
hip thai came to the fore
: the visits ol Prime Minis
H Eshkol in the United
Frame and Britain.
Autml Understanding
; tin- Prime Minister's
the United States, the
understanding between
Ca and Israel u as deepened.
derstanding found exprec-
i*o in mailer- vital to Is
pwurity. as i\ell as in the
P of American-Israel col-
I T a solution of one
ral problems facing
Pttel and manj other coun-
tries, the desalination of sea wa-
ter by means of nuclear energy.
The talks between the President
of the United States and the Is-
latl Prime Minister were contin
ued both through regular diplo-
matic contacts, and latterly du-
ring the visit of Mr. Averill Har
riman. President Johnson's spe-
cial representative.
Mr. Eshkol's visit to France
served a- an opportunity of dem-
ons: rating and consolidating the
traditional friendship between the
two countries, when President
deGaulle reiterated his definition
of Israel as a friend and ally of
Fiance Lastly, the frime Minis-
ter's visit to rrfitain -.orved as an
opportunity of strengthening the
tits between Israel and Britain.
if airing the problems <>t the
Middle East and <'i coordinating
olii ies ot the two Govern
ments
In June of last yen-. ;i compre-
hensi' e 11 mmercial agreement
.. -; m d at Brussels, after al
wo years of negotiations.
b ; Israel and the Eui
i' !i!iinui \i ;. rket Under this
mi i '..ii.- facilities were
. L':i items of lsra li ex-
rts ti the countries "f the C m
Mat kel \ Joinl Con
al o s up for a clarifica
tion i ill pi blems ai is ng in
I i ., relati ns Although
this i nl ill""- not meet
- inn-! important demand,
it nonetheless constitutes a verj
valuable economic and political
achievement in tliat it bases the
conomic relations between Is-
rael and the European Market on
a contractural basis
Association Recommended
With the introduction of the var
nuis protective tariffs in addition
to customs on citrus, and with the
preparations for negotiations be-
tween the Market and various
North African countries, the ur-
moved
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gent need has recently come to
the fore of amending the agree-
ment. These problems will short-
ly be discussed at the forthcoming
meeting of the committee. In
this connection, mention should
be made c| the decision of the
European Parliament, whiih en-
joys advisory rights, to recom-
mend the association of Israel
with the European Common Mar-
ket.
Latin America
During the past year. Israel
continued iis efforts to foster
tu j with developing countries,
both on the economic plane as
well as in the field of technical
collaboration, through bilateral
agreements as well a- through po-
litical ties. Israel maintains tech-
nical and economic collaboration
with a bo u t 80 countries fr< m
\\ h h some 2.100 student have
ei me in Israel in the past year
w h 11 e about 700 Israeli experts
have gone out for work in 55
< untries Such collaboration em-
braces numerous and varied
(ielc's of acti\ itj the mosi impor
taut K ing those ol agriculture,
water development, cooperation,
n a n I y nth mo\ i ments,
medicine, engineering, vocational
training, public administration
50< ial sen ic< i I- ael's poli
> 5 in rengthei ing ties with the
new states in Africa has been
lined als pa si year.
I now has _'7 Legations in
Africa, t1, is occupying fourth
place among the countries of the
in this respect The Ai ab
States have spared no effort to
thwart the relations between Is-
rael and the African States, but
their machinations have borne
no fruit. The ties with Africa have
been strengthened in the past
year through the visits to a num-
ber ot African coun.ries by the
Minister for Foreign Affairs, the
Speaker of the Knesset and by-
various delegations of members
of the Knesset.
The ties between Israel and the
countries of Latin America were
also strengthened during the past
year. The number of Israel Le-
gations in Latin America has ris-
en to 14. which is also the number
of Latin American Legations in
Israel, the majority of them in
Jerusalem. The scope of technical
collaboration between Israel and
the Latin bloc has also expanded.
The number of Israeli experts in
Latin America has doubled from
37 to 74. while the number of stu-
dents from these countries under-
going training in Israel has risen
from 288 i" 360. The hope that
the friendly relation- between
Israel and the Latin American
countries will continue to grow, is
well founded
On the other hand, there has
been mi | 1, ti in the I e
be 1 ween Israel and the Amu:
countries, n o r has any ba s I c
change taken place m the rela-
tions with the countries of the
Communist blue in Eastern Eur-
ope. The friendly relations with
Poland have continued. Note must
also be made of a certain rap-
prochement in relations with Ru.
mania. Trade relations with Yu-
goslavia. Hungary. Poland and
Rumania have expanded. It is also
possible to point to certain prog-
ress in cultural relations, includ-
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-Jenlsti Flcrldiar!
Israel's Ties Abroad Expanding
Continued from Page 7-C
torce against any country."
Agreement was also reached to
undertake joint studies on prob-
lems of desalting sea waterthe
knowledge and experience gained
from the joint effort to be made
available to all COtintriei with
Rising Tensions
Continued from Page 13-C
ing an exchange of artists and
of variouj delegations between
l-rael and the Soviet Union.
On the political plane, however,
the departure that we are all ho-
ping for has not come about. The
Soviet Union continues to be the
main supplier of arms to Egypt
and to other Arab countries, and
has stood behind the Arab States
in all disputes with the State of
Israel. Nor has any turn for the
better taken place in the situation
Of Jewry in the USSR, despite the
la.'; that enlightened public opin.
ion throughout the world has
evinced sensitivity and growing
concern for this serious human
and national problem.
The State of Israel is entering
upon the eighteenth year of its
existence militarily, economically
and politically stronger, confident
ot its strength but alert to the
dangers lurking for it. In the light
of these dangers, the state of Is-
rael will increase its efforts to
consolidate the existing friend-
ship with many states, to acquire
n e w friends and primarily to
strengthen the unity of the Jewish
people for which the State was
established, for it is the safest
guarantee for the security and
well being of the State.
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For the 11th Consecutive Year
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by
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water deficiencies American
readiness to cooperate with Israel
in research and development on
this subject had been announced
by President Johnson on Feb. 6
at the Weizmann institute dinner
in New York.
Experts in Israel
Four United States experts came
to Israel on July 27 to examine
the feasibility of the project to-
gether with Israeli experts and
an observer from the Interna-
tional Atomic Energy Agency. Af-
ter further meetings in the I'nited
States, the joint team released
their report oil Oct. L't>. recom-
mending that the U.S. and Israel
(iovenmients engage ,i consulting
firm to prepare detailed studies
for a dual purpose nuclear power
and desalting plant, to be in op-
eration by 1971.
It was envisaged that this would
provide between 17.i and 200
megawatts of electricity and be-
tween 125 and 150 million cubic-
meters of pure water I four cubic
meters of water approximate 1.000
gallons i a year and would be
many times larger than any plant
now in opera;ion. The contract for
the feasibility study was awarded
to Kaiser Engineers and Catalytic
Construction Co.. who sent a five-
man team to start the survey in
Israel at the end of January.
Reviewing his talk with Presi-
dent De Gaulle, who had repeat-
edly referred to Israel as "our
friend and ally." Mr Eshkol said
that he had emphasised Israel's
fervent desire for peace and
pointed out the gravity of the en.
couragement that aggressive rul-
ers might draw from the altitude
of powers who do not throw their
weight into the balance on the
side of peace.
"I found the President extreme-
ly well informed of what we are
doing and fully appreciative ol
our great development work in
Israel and our readiness to co-
operate with young, newly liber-
ated, developing countries." he
said.
During discussions between Mr.
F-!ikol and French Cabinet Min-
isters. Israeli proposals for co-
operation between the two coun-
tries in oceanography and arid
zone research met with "sympa-
thetic attention and a positive
approach."
Friday. April
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NCCJ Elects
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By Special Report
NEW YORKThe National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews has
elected I)r Sterling W. Brown, exe-
cutive vice president since 1953, to
become president effective July 1.
He succeeds Dr. Lewis Webster
Jones, president since 1958. who an-
nouaeed last summer that he would
retire June 30.
Educator, minister and former
government consultant, Dr.
Brown has held several executive
posts with NCCJ since he joined
the civic organization in 1943. He
is the third president since NCCJ
was founded in 1928.
The NCCJ Board of Governors.
meeting at the St. Moritz Hotel
here, voted unanimously to accept
the recommendation of Dr. Brown
by a six-man selection committee,
which had been considering candi-
dates since Dr Jones announced his
retirement.
Robert D. Murphy, former career
diplomat who is Catholic co-chair-
man of NCCJ stated, on behalf of
, his two fellow cix-hairmen and the
, Board of Governors that "Dr.
, Brown's election cape a distinguish
] ed career of 22 years association
; with the work of. the Conference."
(Carrol M. Shanks, president of
Universal Controls. Inc.. is the
Protestant co-chairman and Adni.
Lewis L. Strauss tret), former Se-
cret ary <>f Commerce, is the Jewish
co-chairman.)
IN THE COUNTY 1
IN AND FOR DAD?G8C4
p-or,oa Pn^pV^nI
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IN THE COUNTY JC-DGESrnJ
IN AND FOR DiDEC0UN?J
FLORIOA IN probate'
No 6618:
IS RK i:-:.,-.
PACLIXK Iti.lMXsoN
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LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHKNCERV
No. 65 C 4,04
h vm n,n si c wi.k
Mali
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
V. .1 m:i RX I'Al'I.K VRE HERE-
I'.V XiiTIKIED I" I
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thin O i-. and ~, : > .......>
hi I'la Itorney, RK 'HARI
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ami. I' Maj 2".
implnfht ill in
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B) K M I.V.MAN
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IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C-4346
I.RON VRll \l 1*1 !.,ll..ii,l ..ii.l RITA
I'lllKI'I.AM'. Ins uii. .
Rail
JESSIE lluKZEl.LINi ,. i idngle
. I'll AKI.ES III IRZELLIXI '.
I al.,
I iefendant*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
0 IENXIE III ilt/.KI.I.IX, I
All.,nil, Ainiiie
A, Ian, i, City, \. ,\ Jel B9} :
CHARLES Zi iRZELLIXl >, and il
man Ii d, Hi 'RZBLlJNi i,
his wife Realdence I'nknown; and
All unknown parties claiming by,
throuKh '.i,,,i,: ,.i igalnal them,
who in.11 dead <<, are not
knou ii ,,, i dead ,,i alive
Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai ., complain! to Pom Ion Agree-
on in i", l ii, ,i ,i, umberini
Block 3, ERIBDLASD .MAN-
1 IR, .....rding tu ill.- Plat Book 62
ii I "age at, .,f ih. Public Record*
of i'.- County, i"
hai be-i ,lied agalnat >ou, and you
I !:, ebj quired to mi Ve a i -i > "f
your An-u,, ,,i pleading i,, the Com-
plaint on I'l.i,mills Attorney, .1 DA-
VID LIEBMAX, 603 Lincoln Road
U hi,in.. Mi.uni Reach, Floi Ida
.111,1 file the original Ajiawer <>, plead-
ing in the office ol the Clerk "f the
abut, i 'oui, ,,ii ,,i before the -' II ii daj
,,f April, IMS If you fiiil in do so,
Judgement bj default \sill i"- taken
agalnat >..ii r,.r the relief demanded
in i he i tomplalnt.
Thin notici Hhal be published one*
, .i, h ,-, k i.,i four 'i 11 ireeke In the
JEW l.-M I I.i iRIDlAN
DOSE A.NIi URDEUED :il Miami.
Dada iTounty, Florida, ilils Slat da)
"i April, IMG
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i'i. rk of Circull Court
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11. put \ Clerk
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Bj David \l si
Attorney for E\i
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833 Arthur tlodl
Miami Reach, i"' ,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TfJ
ELEVENTH JUDiCiAL CIRCUltf
FLORIDA IN ANDFORDAOi
COUNTY IN CHANCERV.I
No. 65 C 4067
IS RE: AI'i'i'TI, \ :
MAKI \ TRIN V ItltKKPLOYl
A Mk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |
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. April 30.
1965
LEGAL NOTICI
T^v"7lblication
"C,.fUTCOURT OF THE
Iffi"oR 0ADE COUNTV-
,N CHANCERY
'no 65C-:683
IBWTT.
1
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Ih
nttm n< >
Lincoln
, and file
I'ending In
th. Circuit
I..... ."
e, b, .1

in
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i the Complaint.
pun Ida, this 5th
-
. c. le:'MERMAN
fLEBK CIRCLIT COURT
D%)E COUNTY. FLORIDA
IIV 1. SNHEPEN
11. iIUi< Clerk
l 9-16-23-Sfl
THE COUNT' JUDGE'S COURT
v\DFOR DADE COUNTY.
CUORIDA is PROBATE
No r2532-B
RV,
No'f.CE TO CREDITORS


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lime against
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inty, Elor-
dKcr of I lade
in rlnpll -
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-1. >ff|ces In
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publication
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I ihis 13th
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.A THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IlE.EMm JUD Cial CIRCUIT OF
1 FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 65C 3951
F INXili ,K Ki URNS. IN,

WVM' WILLIAM IJi HIINSON,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
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DAVID ROBIN-
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beeu filed
MARY ANN COL*
.ir. hereby re-
( of ) our answer
H plaintiff's t>ui nf
lalntlffs attor-
II FENSHOVr, tit
N B. Thiril Avc.
to Hie th.- orlc-
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dn ..
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Ift'SK AVI
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April
Circuit
Florida.
day of May,
w>, judgment by
against you f..r
n Hi.- i-omplalnt.
ORDERED. Bl Miami.
I, I his 9th
i..... -
l: B I.KATIIKRMAN, Clerk,
. C.i mty, Hoi
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day
rida
MyeHU
t'J&Nisti f9trtf09n
BY HENRY LEONARD
a.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
ili.- undei signed, di all Ins. lo i usage In
husln. h under ;h.- fictitious na I
WESToVEH COMPANY mol .....
pornted) and WESTOVBR CO. .,-..,11 ,,i MOO Collil tvel ;i. ,
Mi.,., | ft .,. h, l lorida Inti nd to i, --
later mid name* with the Clerk of the
Circuit .',,iiii of Bade County, Flor-
ida
PEARL MICHAEL
SIM. IN M ETRICK
RICHARD .v M'.I.S. 'N
\u.ii n. v for Applicant
.;..:. Lin Mall
Miami Beach, Florida
! H I
10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihal
Hi.- undersigned, desiring i.....--, In
i.i- new under ihe fictitious name of
SOL'S CUP <\ SAI'CER COFFEE
SHOP al vi- Alton Road, Miami
i:.... ii. Florida Intenda lo register Raid
nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "f Dad.- County, Florida.
SOL CARTON, Sole Owner
i;..l,lin.in, i;,,l.l.-i. in a Pacalor
Attorney* r..i Registrant
1401 W. Flagler st.
Miami. Florida
Fla.
I
FlCT
NOT s UNDER
NAME LAW
i IIVEN lh.it
.

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66.730-C
IN RK: Estate of
WILLIAM PEER,
1 'eceaaeil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All (realtors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present anj claims and de-
mands which you may hnve agalnht
the estate ,,f WILLIAM DEER, de-
,.-.-,-.. ,i late ,,f Dade Ci.unty. Florida,
t,, the County Judges of Dade I "Un-
i\. and file the name ill dupllcat. and
as provided in Bectlon IJ.I*. Florida
Statutes, in their offices III Ihe I oun-
,, ,-.. irthouse in Dude County. Flor-
ida, "iililn six ilendar month
the time f the first publl. atlon here-
of, or Hi, same ill '
|nteil al Miami, Florhla Hn
dm of April. V.D
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til. nl Apt II.
SMITH .\ \1 VNI
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Vttorm for E>
Hi; I.in nln ltd M mi
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456
To Whom li Ma> i 'on. ei n:
Notice Is herebj Riven that the 'i-
.l.i-imi,,l petitioners, JOHN JOSEPH
SCHCROWITZ .iii.l MRS JOHN JOS-
EPH SCHI ROWITZ, whose residence
,.i.i:. -- i- u s W 5th Avenui M
..,,1,. poiint). Florida in the I "It)
of Ml \ Mi. i ladi Count). Florida, In-
tend to uppl) the Honorable
BYRD V DIKE, lit .I""'-.' of thi
El. nth Judicial Circuit. In and rot
,,..,!. Co mty, H his office In the
Count) Curl House, al :*.....-lock
\ m un the l"ih da> of Ma). i......
,,. .,- BOon 111. eoft. .,- ih. ma> i
heard, for an order i hanglnf, '
. from JOHN JOB'H ? l\\,\\\
OWITZ and MRS JOHN -I"-- ; '
Si-HCROWITZ, to JOHN Ji >SEI II
SHERWOOD and MRS JOHN JOS-
EPH SHERWOOD, l>> which name
id. > shall tin i- aft' r le known,
liated al Mi.urn. Florida, i1
da) ,,i April, v-l'- l?5; ........,
JOHN JOBEPli sviiii:>;\\i'/';>
MRS. JOHN JOSEPH SCHI ROW I I /.
Pet It I......i -
THE" >l" IRE l-"isili:u .
At tome)
103 Ainaley Building
Miami, Florida
i Phone: FR 9-0MJ
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66611 B
IN l:" Esl ,,f
i \, 'I HI I'INSK V
I.. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ill.'- d All Pel sons (lav-
mi i andy \ Insl Said
R
^'..... lien ,1 :, ii,I re-
i ni) l.iiin- and de-
rhli'h you ma) ha 11 ..-^i Insl
. stall ,-f I K> '< '11 l'IN>K V ill -
. .,.. ,i r. nl Dude Ci da
to rhi 'ount) Judges of I lade I '
i ,n.l file ili, same In duplicate ami
ri.i Ided in Si i lion 7 I H oi Ida
Si.u m.--. in | ps in i li. i "oun-
i> ii I lad, Coui ly, Flol -
\ nlendar .....mli- fram
i he lime of the I publieal ri h, n -
of, .,i Ihe same will !> barred
Dal.....' Miami, Florida, this 6th
dill of April. \ I' '"'..
, IERTRP1 IE BEROER
LEONARD cl HflERT
\- |-!\- l II
First puhlli ,,ii,,n of this i oi
Hi, 16th ,l;i\ ,,f April, 1963
I.KONAHD.il EOERT
Of Myers, ll.-linan and Kaplan
Kit, rue) for Execuloi -
- w ;-i Str
Miami, Florida "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66436-C
IN RE: Estate <
n ISEPH melfa
ll.....- I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Otalnsl Said

\ her. b) notified and re-
11> i-. ,| to pi, ni an) lalms and di -
in.in,l- which >,,u ma) havi ngalnsl
the state of JOSEPH MEI.r' v d. -
. as. .1 late ol I lad. Count). Floi da
-,, the Count) Judges of Dade County,
.mil file ili, same In duplicali and as
lirovided In Sec-tlon 73J.16, Florida
Slut in. -. in their offlci In th. Coun-
ty Courlhous. in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within -i\ calendar months from
he ii.......f the first publication h. re- .
,,f. or the -.mi.- w ill be ban ,l
I,., ,i hi Miami, Hoi Ida, 111
da) ,!'. April. A.l !'" '
MICH VEL MEI.FA
As Adm nistraloi
i publlcatl......'' i ii not I.....n
the noli da) of April. 196
HENRY N< RTi IN
Attornei for Administrator
1 p, Bis, a) n.- Bldg- Miami. Fla.
Pag* 16-C
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* legist fhrttSkun
oUdts your legal notice*.
We appreciate yom
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IYEN mat
,-.,, undersigned, desiring to engage "
. :-,, -.- under :h ri'.'j'.''"^-.^'.'v'-,
MOLLY BROWN I'.KSTAl HAM .
,, !:. n W i-'Hi Avenue, mi.,jhi.
;,,-, nds lo register said name with
,l. clerk of Ihe Circuit < our! '
i ,.i,i, Count). Flol Ida, ,-,-,,,v
MARKET DINER CORPORATION
\ Florida Corp.
HAROBD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
Hi", Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach _
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fin BN H
n iiuleislgned, desiring to engage "
i.ii-in.-s under the fictitious name
A A.A. ELECTROLTSIS
at (961 lniii.ui Creek Drive, M
Beai h, Flu., Intends to register saw
narnJ with the Clerk of the '
.,, i lad. < ',,imi\. Floi Ida.
CLAIRE SIMMS
-<>!, owner
4/9-16-28 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OB EN that
,h, undersigned, des ring to engage n
In, si- uii,i. j the fictitious name "'
MINUS TAKE-Ol'T
,. n W 62nd Street, Miami. Fr-
,.i .. Intend to -- ster said name
wiili the Clerk the Circuit < ourt '
i,,.i, Count);, Florid
I I',--':'.- '-".
I 9-16-23-SO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In buaineaa under the fiotiii.,ns name
of ttrf BAR al X20 Plm wenue.
Hialcah, rlorlda Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of t he Cll-
,.ui| curi ,,f Dede County, Florida.
FRANK SWlfl-U
.ir.AN SWII'KU
Sol. i '\vii.-r-
KE8SLER A MASSKY
Vttorm ys for Applicants
J313 LeJeune Road
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66624-B
IN RE: Estate ..r
l-'l.. iRENCE HAFT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims "i Demands Against Said
Estate:
y.ni are hereb) notified and re-
quired lo pn sent an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) hav. .,-., n-i
the state of FLORENCE HAH de-
ceased late ,,r Dade County, Florida,
to tin- County Judges of Dade County.
and fii. the sain.- in dupli.-at, and aa
provided In Section 713.16. i-i.-rida
Statutes, in their offices in the t.-oun-
tj Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time "f Ihe first publication here-
of or the -am.- will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 9th
day Of April. A.D. IMS
AARON D. HAFT
As Rxi outer
l'ii-i publication of this nol.....'
ilu- 16th day of April. 1963.
HENRY NORTON
Attorn. for Executor
, tog Blsi -mi, Bldg., Miami, Ma.
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
th. und. rslgned. deslrlns lo eng
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1 li SINUEH
ney, N'l'.i
., iam Bldg., Miami.
the original Answer or
, nice of the Clerk
, rl on or before Ihe
. ay. 1965 If you fall
defaull win be
i you for the relief de-
'ill ,,f Complaint.
I '11 lie publahed once

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4/16-23-30. J/1
IN l Hfc CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 65C 4003
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NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Arthui H. tit-odd and Vi la
his wife,
HI Forrell Street
Long Bench, New v
You are her. b) notll ed
aboi. i nptioned a. lion has In
stltuted ugalnal you In in.
Curt of the Eleventh -l idi. I
cull of Florida In and Dade l oun-
iv to fore, lose a t.....<-'-' H..... ""
following described real propert):
l., 16 Block *6 SCO! I l.\M
MANOR SECTION F' ll It
to Ihe Plat thereof, r. .....I. d In Fiat
Book -i" al Page < Ihe I ublli
Records ,,i Dade County,
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frig, rator PIE 115 In olm W
house auto Washer i.m : In '"'
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Hive pleading to plain inplamt
with the Clerk of the afor. said < ourt,
. rve B cop) Ih. reol n |
Utorne) MARTIN l in '.';"
Federal Building. Miami, I
nol later than Ma> IS, i......' '" ;
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DATED April 12
E. p. LFATHERM \n lei*.
Circuit Court, Dad. Count: i''',"''
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Deput) l
MARTIN FINE
I is.de Federal I'-nil.Unit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO 65C-42->6
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., nade County, Florida,
97th Street, together
and nppllan
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Clerk of the dr. ull Coui i
Bj K M LYMAN
i p:n > -lerk
MARRl H rE'TELMAN
Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 65C-2746 (Gordon)
W I DRIVER, us Ad li Istral
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RIDCE, SECTIt>N FIVE, B
Ins lo ih. plal thereof, as r<
.,l in I'ln Book 60, ai page 86, ol
:,|- of Dade County,
Florida;
and you are required to file your an-
swer i" said complaint with the Clerk
of id. Circuit Court of Dade County,
i--i., i.(. al ilu '"ourthouse In Miami,
on or b. fore Ma) I I
and i" set v........) of such b
:,.n DAVID P CATSM \N. Plaint-
ttorney, whosi Sddr. ii- 101
Baal Flagler Street, Miami, Florida,
on or before -.ii.i dati as I quli i ,i
b) the laws ,,i Florida, li you fall
,,, ,i,, -,,, the complaint "ill b. taken
is confessed by you and a 1...... Pro
Confesso will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In thi om-
H.iN'c, KEE WONG
SOOK YING WONG
I 9-1B-23- "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 66554-B
In RE: Estate of
IOSEPIIINE WEISZ,
11,-ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I-., mi .'-, ,n,.- and All Persons
havlim Claims or Demands Agalnsl
Said Estate: ,
Y.,u are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present an) claims and de-
mands which you maj have agamsi
"M "'"JOSEPHINE H'K.SZ. ^
deceased late of Dade County. Ff*rl-
,li to the Cunty .ludces of DSile
County, and file the, -aim- in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section nt.t-.
Florida Statutes. In their offices in
the Countv Courthouse in Dade i.oun-
iv, Florida, within six oalenflivc
months from the time of the flr.-t
publication hereof, or the same will
"pated at Miami. Florida, this Slst
,la\ of March. A.D. IJM.
Kl'KT Wl'.l.I.lSCH
As Executor
Pirsl publication of this notice on
Hi. 9th >lav of April. 1965.
KURT WELUSCH
attorney for .-state ,,f
JOSEPHINE WEISZ, Deceased
161 Almerls Avenue, Corsl QaWes,
ptaM" I l-ls-M I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-l,, ... ,i, sir Ins to engage In
business under the fictitious name f
PEI'B'S BorTIQi'E ni 1982 West
x i ii-.,i. ah, Florida Int.
. j --. i .., i,i name llh the Cll
, f Dad, Countv.
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NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 4279
CEORC.E M Fl VLA,
Plaintiff,
v
I H (RIS i'. F1ALA,
i lef. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt I e IRIS I I I ALA
1320 \'.ui Cortlandl Park Baal
Bronx, N,-" York
Yon. DORIS ii i-'nl.i. are hertly
notified that -i Bill ,,( Complain! for
., has been filed against ypu,
and >,ni are required to serve ;. COP)
of yout \iis or Pli ading to th. p
,,i Complaint on the Plaintiff's at&w
ney, BEN UVWNON, 1205 Bis. u
nulldlnit, 19 Weal Flagler Street I
ami, Florida SS180, and rile Ih. ;''-
! iiial Answ.-r or Pleading In I
of the Clerk ,,f the circuit '""" ,,,-.
oi bi fore the 24th da) nf v
If you -'.,il to do so, Judtrw"" nu ...
r.iuii iii be taken :<*:,l",\' Hill i
the relief demanded '"
mplaint. DUbHshed
Tin- nop. ,tlv. >'"
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In THE JEWI." ^
DONE \n ki""" A
Florida, n -
:, \Ti:i' :n Miami, Florida, this 8th
da) I vpril. 1965
: LEATHERMAN, CI. rk,
i i -ourt, I lade Count) i lot Ida
is. .,li B) : C I. VL.EXANDER
Lleput) Clerk
DAVID P C VTKMAN
DAVID I' C \T s'M \N
,-: i laglei Street ,,,i
Miami, i kniua 4, it-XS-M i"
1965
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Israel's Relations With W. Germany
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mentioned in almost even for-
eign policy statement by Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and Foreign
Minister Gold Meir ami were re
peatedly raised in the Knessi: b)
the Opposition. On May 4. after
an out-poken demand by Mrs
Meir that the West German (In
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celebration of the lTtii anniversarj
>1 the establishment ol Israel on
Maj t;. it was announced here al
national headquarters of the wo
i ten's organization.
The group is scheduled i" \ isit
Prance before returning t" New
'.(iik on Ma> -'
members will be guests -'t
,n reception in Jerusalem's Town
Hall on Wednesday, Ma) :>. and the
following da) witness the annual
Independence P. s *'h eh is
held in Israel's major cities
rotating m hedule, and ihi> year "ill
take place in T< 1 A\ iv.
Highlights ol the tour include ;.
four-day swing through Galilee and
Ihe northern part of the country:
. journey into the Nege\ .i- far a-
Sodom. the lowest point n earth;
special programs arranged by
youngsters <>! Mizrachi Women's
cliildren's v illages, settlement
houses and vocational hmh schools;
and a three-da) stopover in which
ih<- group will tour l'ans. its envi-
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out delay" the measures neces-
Bar) to stop the work of the Ger-
man scientists working on i.'w de-
velopment of weapons <>i mass
destruction in Egypt, the Knesset
reiterated its resolution of Mar.
20, ii>3. demanding "urgent mea-
sures by the West German au-
thorities to put an immediate e. d
to this criminal activity."
'I his demand was repated by the
Prime Minister on Oet. 19. when
he emphasized "the real danger
involved in their activi.ies, espe-
ciaHy when we remember the em.
phasis on long-term planning in
the Arab war machine that is 'ii
11, ted against us."
Mr. Eshkol issued a warning;
"In the international situation as
: ;, day it is difficuh, nay,
dangerous, to speak ol local dis-
\ w ai that ma) start it'i
L.rab aggression against Israel is
liable to spread b< yond the ion
- this area and threaten a
large-scale conflagration This
consideration adds double force
to one specific demand for the
cessation of the German scient-
ist?' activities in the service of
the Egyptian machine."
Speaking in '.he Knesset on N n
18. Deput) I'r :ne Minister Abba
Khan expressed "profound disap-
pointment and indigation" at the
West German Government'i in
tention to alhJW the Statute of
Limitations to come into force.
"Humanity has known no more
shocking lesson in the effects I
malicious hatred :han that whl h
emerged frcm the annals ol Naz-
ism. This lesson must not be
s\u pt a\< ay in the stream i I
oblivion." Mr. Ebon said.
The countr) was shocked bj
the rep rted intention *f the West
Herman Government to halt its
securit) aid to Israel In order to
e Egypt The Knesset ex-
I eased these feelings on Feb 15,
after hearing i statement by the
Prime Minister, wh,i declared
that "this intentionif carried
< utwill be a sum n ler to the
Eeyptian ruler's policy of bos-
tilit) to Israel and an enccurage
ment for it~ implementation
The House approved the Govern
merit's decision to demand that
"the German Government lulfil
i;s obligatioi 9 to Israel in t!ie let-
ter and the spirit."
On Mar. t. the Government of
Ihe German Federal Republic an-
in unced that i. had decided to
I i I os the establishment Of dip-
lomatic relatio' < with Israel, and
o.i the same day Chancellor Er-
rs d s;nl a special envoy. Dr.
Kurt Birrenbach, to discuss with
In Government of Israel the cm-
plex ol probjejni pending between
the two countries, On Mar. n the
i; vernment of i-rael decided to
a cept the West German Govern-
ment's proposal, and on Mar. 16
r r i m o Minister Levi Eshkol
brought this decision to the al
lentil n i roved the decision by '<'< votes to
29, with 10 abstentions
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rael'j polic) I wards Germany
, n affected by the memo-
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rael Marks 17th Anniversary May 6 fe wish Flor idian Florida. Friday. April 30. 1965 Section C prael Water Carrier will brinq water from ic. oi Galilee to the parched Negsv. The r irtery, which meanders down a o; ISO miles of country, carries 250 milU .. me'3rs of water annually. Israel ha<5 built thi-_ National Water Carrier in full Tcxord with the Unified Water Plan drawn up for the region in 1955 by the late Ambassador E:ic Johnston of the United Stales, then Presiden' Eisenhower's special representative. HE ROSE TO THE HEIGHTS FROM THE RANKS kvi Eshkol: Man Behind \is Country's Development was born Levi nik .:. o .,; i o, iii the KM V p "i Russia, on Oct. 2ft. He :< ccivid ;i traditional edp' 1 %  later continued his in \ ilna. an important % I '/ %  nisi activity, wh re I"'' I the Zionist Yout I Move %  • here, loo, that K-\ \AB0UT THE MAN • %  i anniversary of in '" %  l< i' tails nn the til 'i the Hebrew month This year, '.lie date is 6. June 26. i Petach Tikva. where he bepan work as an agricultural laborer. He was elected to the Workers Committee in Petach Tikva, and his first "economic" job was manager of the workers' kit hen in the village. Afterwards, he was among the founders of the "Avoda" group, which carried out agricultural work on a contractual basis, and as a number of this gr -I'l) he worked on the lands : v ii i and Kiryal Anavim— sci;l 'nients ne<.• -l< rusalcm. M-ets Bcn-Gurion It was during Wor! I War I that i became a member of the Young Worker movement, which later I canu a part "I Mapai, the Israel Labor Party. He also joined the Jewish Legion, where he met David Ben-Gurion tor the first time, lie served two years in ilu 40th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, together with Ellahu (i I. nli and DOS Hos (pioneers ( i Hasranah. the Jewh i defense i-gunizatU.nl. Yitzhak Ben Zvl Ccntinued on Pags 2-C r> %  mee ing with "'< i Jchnscn and ofiii the United States %  i r some ten iMeetire s with p ,.,. n e h fident Charles de Gaulle Br, l h I'l .me Mini.,-r I \W ,., (Esta'Hsh.rent of dplorelations wi h the We t Bnin Federal Ri ufclic. n n ? i commercial "*nt at Brussels bel f l>"ael and the Euro M> t'i i .iion Market. 1 this man of sui h dypie purpose and diploma : 'graphy rl Levi |Kl 1063 on the banning of nuclear tests have so far not mati rialized. Ten ion is. in tact, rising in the various sensitive in the world, especially in Southeast Asia and in Congo. The crisis :n international relate ns also tends to undermine the au.hcrity of the United Nations Si i .i di • i lopments on the inter i I. nal sine in onlj increase the concern ab ml the situation in the Middle East. For even when a certain relaxation in world relations was imminent, doubts wi re still gnawing at the heart as to w h e i h e r such mitigation would take place also in the Middle East. Nasser's dictatorial and expansive regime in Egypt remains today, as in years past, the focus of unrest in the Middle East. Balance of Power II is he who inflated tension in the region to the extent of upnetting the balance ol power and oi threatening war It is he who has protracted the war in Yemen for the third year now and who is preventing a settlement of the dispute, ft is he who is the principal factor in fanning unrest in A d e n. as well as in the Arab Shi ike'oms, and in the Sudan. It is he who is playing such a leading role in fanning civil war both in Cy] .'US and in the Congo. It is he wh heads the political strife and the preparations for a possible military showdown against Israel Tine. Nasser docs not want war with Israel s i long as he thinks Israel is strong enough to bring h'm defeat. But lather than choose the path of abatement and of reducing differences, he has embarked n the road oi increased armaments, and iinstigating the other Arab stalls to espouse a policy ol wild adventure against Israel. He is als i exerting unrestrained i res-sure on other states to submit to the boycott ol Israel. The ser ions economic crisis under which Egypt is laboring as a result of Nasser's military adventures in Yemen, and ol his exaggerated aimaments policy, did not induce \aser to desist from his danger ous machinations and to concen 11 atc on restoring his country'* econ my and its development; it only succeeded in increasing his tin trammelled aggressiveness National Water Carrier In the past year. Israel c nple ed the til -t stage cl the National Water Can ii r. the lai gest de< el cpmcnl project in the history <>l the country. The completion of •|. enti 11 : ise is nol onlj an ee cnomic and engineering feat of the '-;i eati st magnitude, it is also a political achievement of pri mar) imp irtance, sine the Vrah S'ates aim primarily against 1i a< I's dc\ eicpmenl a n d against the expansion ol Ii r absorptive capacity oi immigration in the future. The Arab States could nol -top the implementation of this project, so they have decided to sabotage it by arbitrarily deflect ing the Jordan tributaries in Syria and in the Lebanon One can not know with an> measure of certainty whether the Arab States actually intend investing hundreds of millions of dollars in a project that can brine, no benefit m themselves but only harm the state of Israel l he Is rael Government, however, has deemed itself Called Upon tO make it clear to them and to the whole world that it would regard an) infringement ol its water rights as an infringement of its iron tiers and would take action accordingly. The State ol Israel will not permit it; development to be dependent on the good will, or the anim sity of her neighbors. b.ael is convinced that the safest guarantee tor the preservaContinued on Page 13-C VISION NOW A REALITY National Water Works Source of Great Pride Israelis are apt to wax lyrical when they gel onto the subject it their reccntly-completid National Water Carrier. They speak r| it as the "fulfillment of 8 (beam ol man) decades" and as the realization cf the Biblical pi. phecies about .streamflowing in the desert and the wilderness being transf. med into a garden. It is the understandable rea.tion of a people by long tradition wafer minded, surrounded on ever) side by pesters exhorting them to "Save Water!" Semi-Arid Country For Israel, a long narrow strip i : territory on the Eastern Mediterranean seal) ard. is a semiarid country whose winter rainfall is fairly ample in the north i-io Inches in an average yean. sparse in the centre (8 inches 1 and dwindles to almost nothing in the south i ] 1/4 indies, i of its 8.0(H) square miles, only about one quart) r is arable, being depen I out on irrigation tor sound cultivation. The bulk ol this potentially cultivable land is ill the arid s nth. a ti iar ".ilar-sbap.I desert called 11.e Negev, wait i covers halt el |he CO mil y Wide open spaces. '4oad sod and r.J water — thai is what the Negev consists of. Pot yet 9, Israel planners have been 1 oking to this desert: and what they saw in their mind's eye w as a granary, Now, something of that vision is being made into a reality. What the planners s.iught to do. and what they at.ually accomplished in June oi la 4 year, was to initiate a flow ot .surplus waters In m the north to thp dry south. It in billy Callilee that most of the country's water resources are lo be fund, their total annual average being estimated at 1.500 Continued on Page 6-C ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL J/i/ur 5 194S-1965 J\L <*



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t, April 30, 1965 +JenistincredHafi Paqe 113 Friedmans Announce Troth of Rosalyn To Law Student Charles Bryan Stuzin MS. STEVEN DWOSKIN ible Ring Rites Crawford, ven Dwoskin foi mer Wendalyn Louise | 5225 Alhanibra Circle, the bride 11 Sloven DwosSaturday evening, Apr. 24, nple Beth Am, Rabbi Herbert bard officiated at the double eremony. ghtcr of Mrs. William J. Mor lanil Stanley J. Crawford, the Jis a graduate of Southwestf^li School. bridegroom graduated from High and attended MiamiJunior College. He is the I.Mr, and Mrs. Harry Dwoakin, hv Huh si. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Friedman. 237 Velarde Ave., Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rosalyn Brenda. t o Charles Bryan Stuzin, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin. 3710 Toledo St., Coral Gables. She'll Mary Philadelphian Mr. ana Mrs. Al S:hor. 1664 NK %  158th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Phyllis M. Schor, i to Louis Small, of Philadelphia, Pa.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Small. The bride-to-be rttcndrd schools m Miami, and graduated from the University of Florida in December She is now teaching in Carol City Elementary. The groom-to-be attended schools in Philadelphia, including Temple l University. An Aug. 8 wedding is planned. A summer wedding is planned. The bride-elect will he graduated from the University of Miami in lune, with an AB in English. She Is a member of Orange Key leadership honorary, Sigma Delta Tail Sorority, and received the award for outstanding freshman at the university. She earlier attended -ephic Newcomb College of Tulane University. Mr. Stuzin is in his first year at the University of Miami Law School. He is a graduate of the University of Florida, with a BSBA degree in accounting. At the university, he was a mem. ber of Varsity Debate, Alpha Kappa Psi, and president of his social fraternity. .Alpha Epsilon Pi. MISS NirUfS SCHOR 'ool Opens To Membership ing pool of the YMol Florida, the pool has been overler Miami, 8600 SW lauled and iin excellent condition will be officially opened for the vide range of swimming use ol members beginning programs thai the "Y" will offer. I was announced by A. In charge ol the pool operation Cutler. for the Y" will be Daniel Cavaif i: : esl III the state naugh, swimming coach, OPEN THE DOOR TO A "FUN" SUMMER at the Great DEAUUILLE CABANA CLUB MOTEL Enjoy a lull season of pleasure and entertainment .it the world's finest Cabana Club, private beach and Olympic pool — PLUS: all the enteitamment privileges of the Hotel of the Stars'' including the fabulous "CAVALCADE OF BROADWAY"— dinner shows of a new hit musical production, with full casts, each week — V' hours of sheer delight "Music Man", "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", and "Call Me Madam"... and bingo, wiener roasts, cocktail parties, Special Holiday Parties and MORE! # Coll: JOHN FAZIO Cabana Manager UNION 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH suddenly ... fl's MOTHER'S DAY May 9th Be ready — Order Her l'lowers PROMO — NOW — TOO A'I S WE ABOl T SMI) 0\ Ol TOFTOlT\ ORDERS PLACED by WEDNESD n. HAY %  ',. h&it Gorans CORAL GABLES 6*5 5867 FT LA'JDFRDALE 371-7JM MIAWI 635-4516 MIAMI F'ACH 532-3361 HOLLYWOOD 94 5-7051 Schissell, Dimond Plan Marriage Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Schissell. of Brooklyn. N.Y.. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Alan Theodore Dimond. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Helen Dimond and the late Solomon Dimond. of Alexandria, Va. Announcement ot b*te engagement was made at the first Seder in the i.e. me Of Mr. and Mrs M II. I! senhouse, 5035 Delaware Ave Miami Beach. The S:hi-:scll.s have been houseguests of the Kosenhcuses. Mrs. Schissell and Mrs. Rosenbouse are sisters. The hridc-to-be will receive her B: dhelor Of Education degree from the University of Miami in .June. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tail Sorority and Orange Key. Mr. Dimond is a government major, and will also be graduated from the U. of M. in June. He is past president of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity and a member of Omega Honorary. He will enter law school HI September, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenhouse have been official hosts to Miss Schissell luring her stay al the University ol Miami. Agudath Achim Receives Gifts It' uben .1 Kover, \ Ice resident ol Congregation Agudath \< i*m, HHIAve has presented the congregation with an Eti 'rial l ight. A Ten Commandments Plaque d ne in raised gold lett ring has bi en presented bj John Post, Sam Weichseibaum, president, is the donor of an elaborate menorab. Metro Debate At Temple Beth Tov "Metro: Without or Without \ Congratulations To Israel BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS INSURE THE SUCCESS OF WEDD/NGS • BAR MITZVAHS AND All SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists MUSIC • ENTERTAINMENT UNION 6-5434 WOMAN WISHES TO SHARE HER BEACH APARTMENT with lady past 55 years. Low rental to right party. Phone MO 7-7415 ONE OF THE LARGEST CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONS IN MIAMI IS SEEKING A SEXTON Must be able to rea* Torah. All replies strictly confidential. P.OB. 844, z-vena Visto Station aicipalitics?" was the topic oi .Itbate when Metro Commissions Alex Gordon and Earl Starni n Morth Miami Mayer Elton GisSi lanner and Franklin Parson, tcrney for Dade County I. ''ague Municipalities, recently at TVnu Beth Tov. Prof. G. Serino, University of imi Department of Governme DOderated the debate which w ponsored by Southwest B r a n c GENTLEMAN DESIRES WORK, LODGING AND BOARD in tine home, general maintenance, j I painting, electrical, mechanical, j 'etc. Recently arrived in U.S.A.. i (•peaks French, Russian and broken! *cnnlih. W' : G.D.. Box 2973. i I Miami, Fla. 33101 • MISS BARBARA SCHISSCU for Spotless Beauty! PRATT a LAMBERT CELLU-TONE SATIN Try this smooth, durable, semi gloss finish on walls or wood work that need repeated washings. Srrub away dirt, spots and stains easily without harm to .•olor or luster. Odorless-type alkyd base. Conies in beautiful, exclusive Pratt & Lambert Cal ibrated Colors". 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. April 30. 1965 LE GAL NOTICI — T^V"7LBLICATION C ,.fUTCOURT OF THE Iffi"o R 0ADE COUNTV N CHANCERY 'NO 65C-:683 IBWTT. Lincoln a nd file I'ending In th. Circuit %  I ." e„, b, .1 in r i the Complaint. pun Ida, this 5th c L E:'MERMAN fLEBK CIRCLIT COURT D %)E COUNTY. FLORIDA IIV 1. SNHEPEN 11. i IU i< Clerk l 9-16-23-Sfl • THE COUNT' JUDGE'S COURT %  v\DFOR DADE COUNTY. CUORIDA is PROBATE No r2532-B RV, No'f.CE TO CREDITORS II. iv \ ...in-; Said i %  -l reiand •!••lime against \ EI.LERY inty, ElordKcr of I lade in rlnpll %  -. • Inn JS.1 16, -1. >ff|ces In i .i.i. %  "iiii%  iiui months %  publication I .. i red I ihis 13th I \ Sll V.NLEY \ notice •.!! %  \ rd, .i.ri-ll r.il Bldg. I .A THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ILE.EMM JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF 1 FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 65C 3951 F INXili ,K Ki URNS. IN, %  WVM' WILLIAM IJi HIINSON, NOTICE TO DEFEND ( I 111 \\ ll.l.l \ \l It. .KINS. >N ft! \.M a I.V HII,I.|.\M 1 \ an h %  pin*: you, l.\ i'Bixa>x •Mat, on ROHKKT l'...L iam:. V 11 DAVID ROBIN%  '. thai -i ...iiibeeu filed MARY ANN COL* .ir. hereby re( of ) our answer H plaintiff's t>ui nf lalntlffs attorII FENSHOVr, tit N B. Thiril Avc. to Hie th.orlcilh |h< %  '.-!, — of th, %  I laml, I-.HI. I -,, mty or.bt.for. th. :.h dn .. >"'< "ill % % %  iak.-n MM denial < Ift'SK AVI %  •.-. ,| .. April Circuit Florida. day of May, w>, judgment by against you f..r n Hi.i-omplalnt. ORDERED. Bl Miami. I, I his 9th •i l: B I.KATIIKRMAN, Clerk, C.i mty, Hoi 1,11 K v %  I! r'KNsll.i day rida MyeHU t'J&Nisti f9trtf09n BY HENRY LEONARD a. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that ili.undei signed, di all Ins. lo i usage In husln. H under ;h.fictitious na I WESToVEH COMPANY mol pornted) and WESTOVBR CO. s.lt-JS-M i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66.730-C IN RK: Estate of WILLIAM PEER, 1 'eceaaeil NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All (realtors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against said You are hereby notified and required to present anj claims and demands which you may hnve agalnht the estate ,,f WILLIAM DEER, de,.-.-,-.. ,i late ,,f Dade Ci.unty. Florida, t,, the County Judges of Dade I "Uni\. and file the name ill dupllcat. and as provided in Bectlon %  IJ.I*. Florida Statutes, in their offices III Ihe I oun,, ,-.. i rt house in Dude County. Florida, "iililn six %  ilendar month the time f the first publl. atlon hereof, or Hi, same ill % %  |nteil al Miami, Florhla Hn dm of April. V.D i:i-iii:i. i \K\e, -l\ I I ... til. nl Apt II. SMITH .\ \1 VNI Ii) Hnrr) Vttorm for E> Hi; I.in nln ltd M mi NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456 To Whom li Ma> i 'on. ei n: Notice Is herebj Riven that the 'i.l.i-imi,,l petitioners, JOHN JOSEPH SCHCROWITZ .iii.l MRS JOHN JOSEPH SCHI ROWITZ, whose residence ,.i.i:. -iu s W 5th Avenui M ..,,1,. poiint). Florida in the I "It) of Ml \ Mi. i ladi Count). Florida, Intend to uppl) '• %  the Honorable BYRD V DIKE, lit .I""'-.' of thi El. -• nth Judicial Circuit. In and rot ,,..,!. Co mty, H his office In the Count) Curl House, al :* -lock \ M un the l"ih da> of Ma). i ,,. .,BO on 111. eoft. .,ih. ma> i„ heard, for an order i hanglnf, „„„„. from JOHN JOB'H ? l\\,\\\ OWITZ and MRS JOHN -I"-; Si-HCROWITZ, to JOHN Ji >SEI II SHERWOOD and MRS JOHN JOSEPH SHERWOOD, l>> which name id. > shall tin iaft' r le known, liated al Mi.urn. Florida, i 1 da) ,,i April, v-l'l?5 ; JOHN JOBEPli sviiii:>;\\i / ;> MRS. JOHN JOSEPH SCHI ROW I I /. Pet It I i THE" >l" IRE l-"isili:u At tome) 103 Ainaley Building Miami, Florida i Phone: FR 9-0MJ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66611 B IN l:" Esl %  ,,f i \, 'I HI I'INSK V I.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To ill.'d All Pel sons (lavmi i andy \ Insl Said R %  ^' lien ,1 :, ii,I rei ni) l.iiinand derhli'h you ma) ha 1 1 ..-^i Insl stall ,-f I K> '< '11 l'IN>K V ill .,.. ,i r. nl Dude Ci da to rhi 'ount) Judges of I lade I %  i ,n.l file ili, same In duplicate ami ri.i Ided in Si i lion 7 %  I '• H oi Ida Si. u m.--. in | PS in i li. I "ouni> II I lad, Coui ly, Flol \ nlendar mlifram i he lime of the I publieal %  • %  ri h, n of, .,i Ihe same will !>•• barred Dal Miami, Florida, this 6th dill of April. \ I' %  %  '.. IERTRP1 IE BEROER LEONARD cl HflERT \|-!\l II First puhlli ,,ii,,n of this i %  oi Hi, 16th ,l;i\ ,,f April, 1963 I.KONAHD.il EOERT Of Myers, ll.-linan and Kaplan Kit, rue) for Execuloi w ;-i Str • • Miami, Florida '• %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66436-C IN RE: Estate % %  < n ISEPH MELFA ll %  I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Otalnsl Said %  \ her. b) notified and re%  11> %  i-. ,| to pi, -• ni an) lalms and di in.in,lwhich >,,u ma) havi ngalnsl the • state of JOSEPH MEI.r' v d. as. .1 late ol I lad. Count). Floi da -,, the Count) Judges of Dade County, .mil file ili, same In duplicali and as lirovided In Sec-tlon 73J.16, Florida Slut in. -. in their offlci In th. County Courlhous. in Dade County. Florida, within -i\ calendar months from he ii f the first publication h. re. ,,f. or the -.mi.w ill be ban • ,l I,., ,i HI Miami, Hoi Ida, 111 da) •,!'. April. A.l • !'"• %  MICH VEL MEI.FA As Adm nistraloi i -• publlcatl '' i ii not I n the noli da) of April. 196 HENRY N< RTi IN Attornei for Administrator 1 p,„ Bis, a) n.BldgMiami. Fla. Pag* 16-C ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• legist fhrttSkun •oUdts your legal notice*. We appreciate yom patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates fliVrf FR 3-4G5 lor messenger •errlce FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IYEN mat ,-.,, undersigned, desiring to engage :-,,„ -.under :h ri '.'j'.''"^-.^'.'v'-, MOLLY BROWN I'.KSTAl HAM ,, %  !••:. N W i-'Hi Avenue, MI.,JHI. ;,,-, nds lo register said name with ,l„. clerk of Ihe Circuit < our! %  i ,.i,i, Count). Flol Ida, ,-,-,,, v MARKET DINER CORPORATION \ Florida Corp. HAROBD SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicant Hi", Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fin BN H • n„ iiuleislgned, desiring to engage i.ii-in.-s under the fictitious name • %  A A.A. ELECTROLTSIS at (961 lniii.ui Creek Drive, M Beai h, Flu., Intends to register saw narnJ with the Clerk of the .,, i lad. < ',,imi\. Floi Ida. CLAIRE SIMMS -<>!,• owner 4/9-16-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OB EN that ,h, undersigned, des ring to engage n In, siuii,i. J the fictitious name "' MINUS TAKE-Ol'T ,„. N W 62nd Street, Miami. Fr,.i .. Intend to -ster said name wiili the Clerk % %  the Circuit < ourt %  I,,.I, Count);, Florid I I•',--':'.'-". I 9-16-23-SO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buaineaa under the fiotiii.,ns name of TTRF BAR al X20 Plm wenue. Hialcah, rlorlda Intend to register said name with the Clerk of t he Cll,. u i| curi ,,f Dede County, Florida. FRANK SWlfl-U .ir.AN SWII'KU Sol. i '\vii.-rKE8SLER A MASSKY Vttorm ys for Applicants J313 LeJeune Road Coral Oables. Florida ( J; .. : .„ -,-.,,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66624-B IN RE: Estate ..r l-'l.. iRENCE HAFT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims "i Demands Against Said Estate: y.ni are hereb) notified and required lo pn sent an) claims and demands which you ma) hav. .,-., n-i the %  state of FLORENCE HAH deceased late ,,r Dade County, Florida, to tinCounty Judges of Dade County. and fii. the sain.in dupli.-at, and aa provided In Section 713.16. i-i.-rida Statutes, in their offices in the t.-ountj Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time "f Ihe first publication hereof or the -am.will be barred. Dated al Miami, Florida, this 9th day Of April. A.D. IMS AARON D. HAFT As Rxi outer l'ii-i publication of this nol ilu16th day of April. 1963. HENRY NORTON Attorn. for Executor tog Blsi -mi, Bldg., Miami, Ma. I I6-23-.10, l.'.tli ,III i %  of Dadi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai th. und. rslgned. deslrlns lo eng business un, %  "J "'".,,'. %  S BEER ,v W INK BAR al -, Mian I .Wet %  nds l.i regislei .,„.. th Ihe li rk ..I th. ,..„, ,•„„,. of Dade C"iinty. "rlda ; sol LLIER |.;|| .v M VSSEY Mtori %  '.,, i-i ll.. DLICATION |ELE FITL LL T C URT OF THE FLORiriVi 0 CIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE COL-NT Y. is. CHANCERY, "WHA SI.V^fi|f C 3U %  'I'T 11 SLN.SER, .., SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 li SINUEH ney, N'l'.i ., iam Bldg., Miami. the original Answer or nice of the Clerk rl on or before Ihe ay. 1965 If you fall defaull win be i you for the relief de'•ill ,,f Complaint. I '11 lie publahed once n,,|,, I I '• Tin.; | i %  nse. utlve week 'H s FUlRIIHAN. ,, N '•IJI.KKKU .,, M,,,„ Ih da) Of April A •'"I'KMAN. Clerk, ,. ''"' % %  County. Florlds "} %  IALEXANDER I SrPiafnu'ff 4/16-23-30. J/1 IN l Hfc CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 65C 4003 Tin: \\ ii.i.i vM.sitiitoii -WIN,;.BANK, Plull KENNETII B Hi It'OH I lefend it NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Arthui H. tit-odd and Vi la his wife, HI Forrell Street Long Bench, New v You are her. b) notll ed aboi. i nptioned a. lion has In stltuted ugalnal you In in. %  Curt of the Eleventh -l idi. I cull of Florida In and Dade l ouniv to fore, lose a t < -•'-' H "" following described real propert): l.,„ 16 Block *6 SCO! I l.\M MANOR SECTION F' ll It to Ihe Plat thereof, r. • I. d In Fiat Book -i" al Page % %  % %  < Ihe I ublli Records ,,i Dade County, togeth. i":'ii W. sill %  '•' frig, rator PIE 115 In olm W house auto Washer I.M : In %  %  '"' Htlngl -• Dryer I'M I" ,| 1 .,i ,i Venetian Blinds You are required lo Hive pleading to plain inplamt with the Clerk of the afor. said < ourt, rve B cop) Ih. reol n | Utorne) MARTIN l IN '.';" Federal Building. Miami, I nol later than Ma> IS, i '" ; .... pro Conl -.-, will -1U.IIII-' DATED April 12 E. p. LFATHERM \N lei*. Circuit Court, Dad. Count: i' %  '',"' %  B) C r COPl ^ND Deput) l MARTIN FINE I is.de Federal I'-nil.Unit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO 65C-42->6 REID, h %  r> I'l-.NN 'V 5gA\f,tm ii IM iitorin sz \-K ,. Ills ftlfe, 1 ,,i. i .li.nl_ NOTICE TO APPEAR id NELLIE 111 LAMES i: REID -ri: REID. Ij in nion R M-il. %  ,! %  --, .!! %  ileorgln yolIRE HERHIO I, ,., -omplalnl to rw nciimb. ring lh< "KIO'V 12. Tim Amend. the Tropics, riling to thereof, I "' \\'' l> K e 17, ol the Public ., nade County, Florida, 97th Street, together and nppllan i>.i Plat "i ih, plal l U i" ;,, : ', will NOTIFIED I.,., Mortfollow ng N W flxiuri l in said i.iin. .1 Hi. rein, as led Bgalnsl and yi i %  ; %  .:,;;!:;.,,:;; ., the P %  Miami, Florida 33131 .; .;,', ", rlnal tnswer In the ,„ the %  Ihe 24th da) ol r „ s, Ihe allegation. „l will be tak, ix ,,,i. ,,, Clerk of the dr. ull Coui i Bj K M LYMAN i •• p:n > -lerk MARRl H rE'TELMAN Plaintiff s \\ .in Street NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 65C-2746 (Gordon) W I DRIVER, us Ad li Istral ans Affairs, -in officer ol the l-nlted Stat. ol Vnurlcii n li ssors in HU. ii ofl •-. and I IlliA.N nan, lief, in! NOT.CE OF SUIT 'I ilTII R JoRDA '< %  -, ., .di 1 -. and claim 1 n %  by, j through, und. Ih rendnnta "' ,, "., %  :; HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .,,ii has he. n hro uchl agnlnsl \ -. \\ I DRIVER, as \di ,, V'ctei HItffalrs, an Ifflcer ,•! the St ues ol tmerlca, and l. ,i MI, li office, .,-,. a im ,„,!„ n a the following d. s. rib. •! I ,,, j,, Bio. k 37, ,-' < I I LER RIDCE, SECTIt>N FIVE, B Ins lo ih. plal thereof, as r< .,l in I'ln Book 60, ai page 86, ol : ,|of Dade County, Florida; and you are required to file your answer i" said complaint with the Clerk of id. Circuit Court of Dade County, i--i., „i. ( al ilu '"ourthouse In Miami, on or b. fore Ma) I I and i" set v ) of such B : ,„.n DAVID P CATSM \N. Plaintttorney, whosi Sddr. ii101 Baal Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, on or before -.ii.i dati as I %  quli i ,i b) the laws ,,i Florida, li you fall ,,, ,i,, -,,, the complaint "ill b. taken is confessed by you and a 1 Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded In thi omH.iN'c, KEE WONG SOOK YING WONG I 9-1B-23%  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66554-B In RE: Estate of IOSEPIIINE WEISZ, 11, -ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  I-., MI .'•-, ,n,.„and All Persons havlim Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: Y.,u are hereby notified and required i" present an) claims and demands which you maj have agamsi M "'"JOSEPHINE H'K.SZ. ^ deceased late of Dade County. Ff*rl,li to the Cunty .ludces of DSile County, and file the, -aimin duplicate and as provided in Section nt.t-. Florida Statutes. In their offices in the Countv Courthouse in Dade i.ouniv, Florida, within six oalenflivc months from the time of the flr.-t publication hereof, or the same will "pated at Miami. Florida, this Slst ,la\ of March. A.D. IJM. Kl'KT Wl'.l.I.lSCH As Executor Pirsl publication of this notice on Hi. 9th >lav of April. 1965. KURT WELUSCH attorney for .-state ,,f JOSEPHINE WEISZ, Deceased 161 Almerls Avenue, Corsl QaWes, ptaM I l-ls-M I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -l,, ... ,i, sir Ins to engage In business under the fictitious name f PEI'B'S BorTIQi'E ni 1982 West x i ii-.,i. ah, Florida Int. %  j --. i .., I,I name llh the Cll f Dad, Countv. Ida PEPE IF Mi \ Ml INC Ry: Jos. N I 'I %  -|,I, -lit M, .i I, • \ ITesldi nt Navurt %  '-•' %  %  .oN -v in VMO.ND ll VRRY M IK iSEN Ml m Inc i -16-2S''i NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4279 CEORC.E M Fl VLA, Plaintiff, v I H (RIS i'. F1ALA, i lef. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt I e IRIS I I I ALA 1320 \'.ui Cortlandl Park Baal Bronx, N,-" York Yon. DORIS II i-'nl.i. are hertly notified that -i Bill ,,( Complain! for ., has been filed against ypu, and >,ni are required to serve ;. COP) of yout \IIS or Pli ading to th. p ,,i Complaint on the Plaintiff's at&w ney, BEN UVWNON, 1205 Bis. u nulldlnit, 19 Weal Flagler Street I ami, Florida SS180, and rile Ih. %  ;''! iiial Answ.-r or Pleading In I of the Clerk ,,f the circuit '""" ,,,-. oi bi fore the 24th da) nf v If you -'.,il to do so, Judtrw"" nu ... r.iuii iii be taken :<* :,l ",\' Hill i the relief demanded '" mplaint. DU bHshed Tinnop. ,tlv. >'" ,-a, h "• ek fot %  j mini INIn THE JEWI." ^ DONE \N ki""" A Florida, n :, \Ti:i' :n Miami, Florida, this 8th da) %  I vpril. 1965 : LEATHERMAN, CI. rk, i i -ourt, I lade Count) i lot Ida is. .,li B) : C I. VL.EXANDER Lleput) Clerk DAVID P C VTKMAN DAVID I' C \T s'M \N ,-: i laglei Street ,,,i Miami, i kniua 4, it-XS-M i 1965 i: ii-. all



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^Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY 38 Number 18 Miami, Florida. Friday, April 30. 1965 Three Sections — Price 2C< Ecumenical Statement In Vast Revision Now tuns. CHARLES flUKELSTEIN BISHOP COLEMAN f. CARROLL iisliop Carroll, Mrs. [inkelstein Chosen Outstanding Citizens' riNENTAI CONGRESS' /Y Nixes — Bishop ColcUMUl F. Carroll and Mrs. CAailss Finkelstein were Wednesday selected as D.ide County's lutstanding Citizens lor 1964. 'IV ]8t'.i annual presentation was nadc Wednesday before a capacity uoon luncheon at the Everglades NEW YORK — (JTAi — Lead ers of American Jewry wete shocked and highly disappointed this week to learn that the draft declaration approved at the Ecumenical Council last November, exonerating the Jew's >t any collective responsibility for the crucifixion cl Jesus, had been drastically revised by an ad hoc commission ol four at toe Vatican, despite the tact that it was adopted at the Council by a vole ol 1,992 to 99. The declaration, as adopted last November against the opposition of ultra-conservative prelates and Bishops from the Arab states, had stated clearly that no blame lor the death of Jesus could be attributed to the Jewish people alive in the days of Jesus and '"much less 1 to the Jews of today. However, that draft must be considered for final adoption at the next session of the Ecumenical Council, schc Iuled to convene Sept. 17. before it is promulgated as official Catholic Church doctrine. Continued on Page 11 A -tt CARD1NAI A IN COMMAND 30 Bishops Plan Meeting For Final Draft Writing ROME—(JTA) The Vatican's Secretariat fe ;• Christian Unity, headed by Cardinal Bea. has exclusive jurisdiction aver the handling id the Declaration on Church Relations with Non-Christians, a spokesman for the Bea secretariat declared here Sunday. The statement was an obvious response to dispaU.'ies from Rome Sunday, which reported tha. an ad hoe commission of prelates has been planning drastic revisions of file D e e la r a t i o n, preliminarily ;:.iopt( i'la t Novi Tiber by the third session if ,h,Ecumenical Council. The Declaration as passed in NoContinued on Page 6-A uio vide mfab Nod |S ixti i o N — (JTA) — |l : \mer an Revolu. Ith "Continental ted this week But ising United States il ihe United Nations pti in oi i lenocide. vote on the convention, itlaw the destrucu i.iI racial minorii 12 I 134. The resoluM"-' I tin S.-nate to continue : i" ratifj the treaty. It has |p n ii. b; tore the Senate years, althou.'i ratified bv Continued on Page 8-A Hotel. Florida Secretary of State rom Adams was guest speaker. Presiding at the function was Sanford Swerdlin, permanent se.cretary of the Culstanding Citizens Award Alumni Committee. Mikirg the presentations was Jcseph Liptcn, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, annual patron. Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, .Milton Hahn, president, is sponsor •i the yeai ly event. Bishi p Cain II was named to re c-tive the award "for his Inspiring leadci .'up in the field ol human relations" Bishop Carroll. 60. is a native ol Pittsburgh. As first bish p Cl the new Diocc.-c ol Miami, formuly a part of the Diocese of St. Augustine, he tcck on the giganticContinued on Page U* World Leaders Recall Warsaw Ghetto Battle \ockwell Throws His Hat Va. Governor's Ring BMAXD. Va. (JTA) Rockwell, head of the lean Xa/i Party, will be qualiI run ; %  a candidate for Gov|"f Virginia in the November p'ls ii the 255 petitions.pn his arc ic ;md to be registered l MI i. siate authorities Ith eck. Davis, i xecutive secretary Bi nil ii Elections, II • 'I would be qualified Pt t" the validity of the names • P-'tilion. The support of 2">0 d v ters is required. JCkwell't petitions were sign|V 235 citiiens. Rockwell said he would obtain additional signatures s • precaution, in case seme of the names already submitted are found to be unqualified. He filed as an independent candidate, rather than on an openly-proclaimed Naii Party ticket. Seme surprise a s expressed II the state capital that 255 Virginians were apparently willing to dvecate a candidate who is identified with Nazi m and anti-Semitism. Wli'le an extremist fringe was known to secretly back the Nazi. il was not thought that so many n ima vou'd sign his petition. said Dr. Lcebke, "will be proven by deeds alone. What happened under Hitler was not done with Ihe knowledge or under the instruction of the German people, but in our name. If Germany should fail a second time, then nobody could use the excuse that he knew nothing about what went on." Leaders of the French Government, including President Charles de Gaulle, toak part in Paris on Sunday in commemorative services marking the 20th anniversary of ,;, pants in he meeting were rep; ibtMa(ion o( many of he Nazi rc-sentatives ot anti-.\azi and re, %  latanc • fighters associations from : concer.Nation camps. Gen. de virtually every free country in Eu. Gaulle attended special services at rope A separate ceremony was Nctre Dame Cathedral while Prime held later at a in niuneiit dedicated :o the 30.000 Jews who lost their lives in Bergen-Belsen camp. BONN —(JTA) — West Herman President II sinrich Luebke declared here Sunday that trials of Nazi war criminals must c; n.inue and thai "no rcpu -ins ol the truth ol what happened under the Nazi regime c uld in lp. because the world realizes that Germany MI i ( usly desires to repent, and the ueiid has confide nee today in the new Germany." President Luebke was the principal speaker at a rally commemo. lating the 20" ii anniversary of the Id ration of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Among the par"Self-purification in Germany," Minister Georges Pompidou and twe other members of the Cabinet parti, ipated in rites conducted at Continued on Page 13-A AUGUSTIN CARDINAL BtA Bourguiba 9 s Call Disrupts Arab Unity JERUSALEM—< JTA >—The statei. cuts i .led by Tunisian President l'-bib Bourguiba, calling for peace talks between the Arab states and Isu'l. have "disrupted the Arab Bummit atmosphere," the daily newspaper E! Hayat. ol Beirut, declared this week. Bourgulba's peace proposals, said Ihe newspaper, "pose the question whether Leb:.non can risk the dangers inherent Continued on Page 5-A Bond Drive Opens on Sunday SEE INOtPtNDtNCt SUPPLEMENT PAGE 8-9-C Greater Miami will celebrate the anniversary cf Israel's 17th year :f statehood at an Israel Independence n.iy Dinner [his Sunday evening at the Fontaincbleau Hotel. '1'ie dinner will be the occasion for the official inauguration Rabbi Leon Kroni-h as chairman fyar ISRAEL'S SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE ISSUE 5... 1948-1965 ...3 Israel Bond leaders in tJ2 countries. The award to Rosen, "in recognition of his dynamic role in carying Miami's Bond sales to record levels," will be made by E. Zev Sufott, emissary of the State el Israel. Sufott will also conduct the inauguration ceremonies of Rabbi Ki mish. cuest speaker will be U.S. Sen. .! :in 0. Pastore, Ol Rhode Is-land. a leading champion ol Israel in the Senate, and Chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy, who was President Lyndon B. Johnsons personal choice as keynote -peaker at the Democratic Party National Convenlh n las; si nimcr. A coterie of distinguished community leaders heads t ie Israel Independence Day Dinner Commit•tee. spearheaded by Chairman Leonard Rosen: honorary chairContinued on Page 5-A



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A?''30. 1965 +Jt-nlsf> tlorldian Page 13-B $ar Ee Israel Will Mark Law Day vill he observed with It" >:. : .ill Eve service|e Isr. el 11 Greater Mi bay, it as announced by Biirt .Indue II a r o I (I 15 lirmi i Temple Israel's Committee, lation to join the Reform tngrega lion's IKO lawyers lp i (Mended to Dade's |> i attorneys of all Bid Dr Joseph R. Narot, written an original serwill also preach to the Dade County judges III jurisdictions will be Temple Israel at a dinding the services in the Wolfson Auditorium. sowing serve on the Law littec ot Temple Israel: Baki ISannack, William I. Alvin Cassel. David P. iBarl I Cohen. Mrs. Reba Wncr, Joseph I. Davis, lich, Ben Essen. Hirold Friedman. Mrs Kstelle Furlong. Richard Gerstein. William E. Gladstone, Larry i Hoffman, Lewis Horwitz, Michael Isenberg, Aaron Kanner, Samuel .1 Kanner. Walter C. Kovner, Laurence S. Levenson, Paul II. Marks, Judge J. N Morris. Kenneth Myers. E. Albert Pallot. Morris Rosenberg, Morris Salomon. Herbert N. Schwarz, Michael Shores. Sydney L. Weintraub, Henry 1). Williams. Young Israel Collegia tes Meet First in a series of fund-raising affairs sponsored by Young Israel ICollegiate* will be a "Fun and Game Ni'iht" (-11 Sunday, May 9, beginning at p.m.. in the Hebrew Academy Proceeds from the event are earmarked for charily, and the affair will feature pentn arcade games and refreshments Judah Ever is in charge of information. •• MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT T he (Zkina JMaiJ SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 340 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 bi piete DINNERS from $1.25 Also Have A Complete Take-Out Mi 10 P.M. SUNDAY 1 lo 9 P.M. (Closed Tuesdoy) AIR-CONDITIONED gogue, Gary Steven Winston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Winston. 188 Shore Drive South, will be Bar Mitzvah. Gary' is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the school band. lie attends Beth David Religious School. Gary also plays the piano, organ and saxophone. Other interests include baseball and basketball. His father is a judge on the Miami Beach Boxing Commission and a former president of the Miami YMII.V Mr. ami Mi>. Winston are tendering the congregational Kiddush following servici s in honor of Gary. In the evening, the} will host a formal Bar Mitzvah dinner in Spectir Hall at Beth David Gary's grandmother, Mrs. Fan nie Weinstein, ol Brooklyn, will attend the celc bration Steven Kipnis I'.,; Mitzvah Ol Steven, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kipnis. will I sen ed oh Saturday, May 1. at Temple Emanu-EI. Steven, is a seventh grade sturent at Nautilus Junior High. Interested in sports, he won an award in the United Slates national summer camp rillery contest for chil dren under 1-4 years of age. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs lrving Kipnis and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schechter, will be among those attending Steven's Bar Mit/.vah. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the ceremony, and at a reception Saturday evening at the Seville Hotel. t Jack Goldstein Jack Ronald Goldstein will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. \tn> 1. at Temple Beth Am. A seventh grade student at Pal me; to Junior High. Jack is active in the school sports program and plays alto saxephone in the band. Mr. and Mis. Harold Goldstein. 11U40 SW 61st Ct., will honor then son at a luncheon reception following the service. Victor Lasoff On Saturday. May 1. Victor Lasill will he Bar Mitzvah during aft erhoon services at the Israelite Center. \ seventh grade honor student a: Shenanddah Junior High, Victor also attends Israelite Center Relig H us School, "her.' he i> a member ,,: the Junior Youth Croup Sun ol MrRuth Lasoff and i.ii:il-on ,-i Mr %  id Mrs Charles fti* th Warren Jtckman Michael Burk Niedman. the celebrant will be honored at the Shalosh Seudoth following services. f. tWarren Jackman Religious services at Temple Sinai on Saturday morning. May 1. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackman. Warren is an eighth grade student at Jchn F. Kennedy Junior High, attends Temple Sinai Religious School, and is interested in all sports Janet Bush Bas Mitzvah of Janet Uene. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bush, 5165 v \\ 5th si will he observed during Friday evening services, Apr 30, at Flagler-Granada Jewish I 'enter. Janet is a .--eventli made honor student at Kin loch Park Junior High and has attended PlaglerGranada Religious School for eight year.-. Her hobbies include art. music and sports 'Hie celebranl will be honored ;it a Kiddush following services. Grandparents, Mrs. Minnie Kaplan. Miami Beach, and Mrs Celia Bush, New York, will be among Jantl Bush Sttven Kipnis 100 TO THE STATE Of ISRAEL ON US >7*h ANNIVERSARY DADE CAFETERIA (ring "LUNCHEONS" ior Business Men and Women >*> from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Avenue We Salute the State of Israel Bonfire Restaurant jlCKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner those attending the celebration. In the recent essay and art contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Janet won honorable mention for her sculpture ot Chaim Wei/mann. % %  <• Gary Heiken On Saturday morning. >ray 1. at Temple Zion. Gary, son of Dr. and Mrs. Murray Heiken. 6017 SW 13tll Terr., will be Bar Mitzvah. Gary is a seventh grade Student at West Miami Junior High and plays the trumpet in the school b;*nd lie is also interested in coincollecting. Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Heiken are visiting here from New York City to help celebrate the event Barbara Golden Barbara, daughter ol Mr. and Mis. Stanley Golden, lTiitu NE 3rd Ave., will be Has Mitzvah during Friday evening servici -. Apr 30, .* r Temple Adath Yeshurun. An hour, student in the seventh grade al -i< in i Kennedy Junior lii'-ii. Barbara will represent her school in the Count) tp-lim^ Bee competition. A Ki Idt -li reception will follow -i rvices NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this coming week are Chateaubriand of New York, Scandia of California, Jacques of Chicago, and other equally popular and noted dining spots. Each evening of the week you may enjoy a different gourmet menu featuring the foods of these restaurants who have entrusted to us their priceless recipes. THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Also a l.i carre menu Service 6 ro I I p.m. ner dancing, except Monday. Reservations Frank. 370 8861 DANCING FROM 10 p.m. Hal Rader Orch. Luis Maya, Strolling Guitar, From 6 to 9 Robin Hood biscayne Blvd. at N.E. J6th St. OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER < Thru S.ii. 11:30 .i m. to 2 a.m. Sundiy from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. COCKTA LS From SSc 4 to 6 Hul & Cold Ht.s D'otuv. Reservations 371-2621



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th, 1V< ornan s VJcrlJ "eJiewish Floiritdiaitv Miami, Florida. Friday, April 30, 1965 Section 3 BB Women Will Install Officers ; the final touches to the Variety Women's nstallation May 3 at the Deauville Hotel, at which Melnikei (standinq left), of 295 So. Hibiscus Dr., icted as president. Shown at a planninq coffee B Iris Kite (pourinq left) are Mrs. Edward Broidy Mis. Mack Rose and Mrs. Murray Friedmun, irs. Broidy to be Feted It Variety Meeting Here f h \\. men \\ill honor Mrs. Bra > "" Monday at a on III the Deauville Hotel, ling her with t.'ie "VoiunValor" Award, a bronze I .MI i a relief carving of Va(hildren's Hospital. Broidy is the first woman x • ihis high honor." said Idwi rd .1 VIciniker, incomi he Women's Com who "ill be installed dupe tesiim n al ceremonies horn i ary life v i;e tnl ih %  A omen's unit 700 members dell Variety Children's has been i hail man |Ti _ioup ol donors gifts :n the hoeli y !niost<.,| her perilous I s.vi.ooo. ri ational sculptoi Michael Piuggi began work on a wall mural in relief, to be installed in the main hall and designated as Variety's "Wall of Fai h "' Theme will be a d'lild kneeling in prayer. aiid names of S">oo don: is are to be Isted on the 13-lt. walnut panel. Mrs. Broidy has endowed the work of art in mem y oi her late husbend. in addition v> her work at Variety, Mrs. Broidy lias also been active at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and his pleycd a major role locally in "Figh! far Siyht." Co-chairmen of the installation aid testimonial luncheon on Monday are Mis. Mack Hose and Iris Kite. President Mrs Murray Friedman has announced that reservations may be obtained from Renae Musk n, Katherine wells, and Eve !'ii Miscihner, Mrs. David A. Hess will l"li si. Hi il as I n siclenl 11 the Miami ( ii pi r ol B'nai B'rith Women al a HUH heon al l.he Duponl Plaza Hotel en 'I hursday noon, May i>. by Judge Milton Friedman, pasl pr -si tlenl oi District Grand Lodge •">. \liHess is former vice president oi llaclassah and currently serves as publicity chairman of Lebanon Hospital Aux She is also \ ice president in %  harge ol membership and on the Ai isl Select inn Committee ol the Community ("inert Association o( Miami Beach. She is a talented pianist and has been teaching pi ano for many years Officers ami members of the board to be Installed for 1965-66 are vice presidents: Mesdafnes Betty Birchansky, Sylvia Liebman and Bertha Ross; treasurer. Ethel I.ac n J bv ISABEL GRCVE ly cocktail party given Sunblternoon bj Yvette Kraus Jusbnml Uicky, leaving with iGidncy on the first, for a Itii tin Orient Among kvisiiii streaming in and iarriet and otto Fenias. the )' Com Roz Kirshberg, Hal First public appearI since becoming parents, the I i KraUS and husband |,; %  • Jr still starry -eyed I' Sue. fourteen days long tini" friends, John Berger, Mitty Frank, Judge Jerry ami Herb Wcincr ptu li and ti ug, i and husband, Mar Yv. tte's brother. Hy, '" Chubin, Ruth Gid%  Mrs. Ben) Lewis residents from Toledo. '"' and Joe Cohen. Lane and £" Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. the Sy Vigmans, Ar Seltzcrs, Bernard Marcos, f ; i Harold SoglOvitZ '"lertainement lor the inId travelers, big dinner parirn!a\ nigh] at the newly-rePhi Sunset Man I home of Ion (Sidneys, s Nettie Melker has return1,1 •'' home in New York afPPending the Passover noli,vi "i her mother. Mrs Es •lalperin. wintering at the Brother Sam Hal>nd wife Leona were 'hose entertaining Netti: n in r stay here in Orlando, where she MRS. DAVID HESS key: final rial secretary. Blani i Pearl; recording secretary, Axelrod ; coi i esp ndii g seci etai Ruth Schwartz; roster secretary Bunnj Hart. Board members are Mesdan Lil Goldenberg, Betty An lre> Edith Gn >sman, Kats Shapii > ( laire Katz, Dorothy Dittm ide Vl< xander, Florence I to. Anne How man. (lei i r ide Hark Mary Vugust. Dorothy Andei si !-".\ e Bi rchon, Anne Padawer, I. Brotman, l ira Berman, Ruth ldai in, Rae C hen. Hue Gri • •• Ui i Htyman, Zelda Kunst, VI %  am Rosenberg, Jeanette Rosi i Julia Strassman, Esther Weisberg Rebecca Waldbaum. Bert Sweig Installation chairman is Mrs. Bertha Ross. Helene Rlvoire, i" p id: r night club song stylist, will entertain. \isited with her children. Mrs. Max B. Astor spreading the news about granddaughter Alice sc lected to represent Orlando in the National (iirl Scout Roundup in Idaho this summer. Members of the N' Rochcllc sub deb set who .-pent Spring holidays ben' include I Sand;, Kailan. houseguesting with aunt and uncle, the Howard Groves, ol No. Bay Rd., Peggy Reines, with n lalives in Hollywood, Joan Sundhcimer. gladdening the hearts ol grandparents v so Penn\ Blackton, vacationing with l„ ,dad, and Debby Meltz r, happy i r the 10 davs with h n r grandmother The teen-agers, all friends, are juniors at New Rochelle High From the same vicinity. Teri and mothl t Charlotte (Mrs Lain I Hull, visiting with Mrs Hull's mother. Over 50 guests enjoying a post Passover Festival dinner Saturday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Morris Scbor. 4720 Alton Rd., supervised by Mrs. Tanya Wolshin Present were Dr. Bet nardKwartin and talented wife Alice, vice president ol the Music and Arts League ol .Miami Beach. who entertained Prof, Esther Tyson ottered a dramatic reading Of a script written by Dr. Abraham Wolfson And I Yaslo and wife. Aida. piano virtuoso. Mr. and Mrs Morris Rohinskj and Eva Cole, oi Boston Dr Schor serves as president ol the Miami Beach Forum. ISJlE'S aii'iii H SWEATER TOY vusii fit. casif-raro Ant von niflon i %  V : reg. S8 4 Lightweight "shell' to pull over pants and shorts, sl'de under your travel suit! Easy-shaped in washable nb-knit Antron". Scoop neck, as shown, or back-zip turtle neck. White and glistening pastels; 10 to 16 in group. • sportswear, ihird door DOWNTOWN MIAMI .1 6 Eurdine's stores)



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April 30. 1965 +Jeist>ner0dMatf7 Page 11-C OUR SPIRITUAL LEADtRS Rabbi David Shapiro Of Hollywood Sinai %  Bjvid Shapiro, of Tempie [J H oUy*-ooi, -'-'f" '" itan on December 12, 1907. Khcr grandfather and pwt 1£S bbls ;:n bo,h ,,,s -sand father's side. U eraduale of New York Wy and (he Yeshivath „'( New York He was add ',olh.'Ne York Stale Bar 10 and o^a""'' 1 as a rabbl ,n R the Yeahivath Yavne The til Seminar) u Shapiro Is married to the jUila Stoaiko, of Madison. and the couple have two a daushtir Judith. 28. j to Dr Stanley Saxe, asit professor on the faculty of [ [r;u r .,tv ol Kentucky; and Herman. 24, ho lives In Jinn and |v %  writer. They %  rtddaughter tbi Shapiro served as spiritual ,,ii Ba> Wise., from fto i. and m Beloit, Wise-.. 11949 to 1951 He w as director i unerican li h Congreea jktaaii and the midwest from |to 1948. Sit .ii o| Hollywood ideri Rabbi Shapiro with a life fcac' in March 1959. following %  I emple s >pi : v t IN TIMES l'f OF SORROW "%  ; % %  e. ', express what word* cannotl i HIT n it \Y\MIBRB txotitfiarknj MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 6354516 532-3361 CORAL GABLES 665-5423 |H0UYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE '45-7051 FR 1-7398 He is a member of Rotary Club, Committee of 100 ol Hollywood. Broward County Welfare Board, board member of the Broward Chapter of the Zionist OrganiM tion of America, member of the board of the Cancer Society. Florida Region of Hebrew University, and was on the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Feder;ion of Hollywood from 1963 to 1964 From 1962 to 1963, Rabbi Shapiro served as president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Ibis active vice president of the Broward Zionist District, chairman of the board of tne Southeast Region of the ZOA, ami was president of the Greater Hollywood Clergymans Fellowship from 1963 to 1964. Daring World War II. Rabbi Shapiro served on the board of the Wisconsin War Chest. He was ;i delegate to the American Jewish Conference, representing Wisconsin, and is a past president of the Zionist Organisation of the Midwes: Mr served as chairman of United Jewish Appeal lor Wisconsin and Upper Michigan from 1948 to 1951. and has lectured before service clubs, business and professional groups, United Jewish \|> peal, Zionist Organization and B'nai B'rith .:•— — — —* • RENOWNED CANTOR AVAILABLE for "yearly position, will accept J2.0O0. I ilso accept High Holidays H.isvet-| I eran pension. Cre.it tenor, first i I class choir leader. Bar M'Wv.il I teacher. Middle aged. perfect I I health, fine personality, married.! I no children. Write CM. P O. Bon | 2973. Miami. Fla. 33101. P Ner Tamid Reelects Shaw RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO civic participation Sunshine Chapter Installation Set Mrs. Frank Bury will be installed as president ol .Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at a luncheon in the Medallion Room of the Americana Hotel Thursday noon, May 6. Chairing the seventh annual installation are Mrs Milton M Wein. bi rg and Mrs Thomas I) Friedman. Rosen atiorcs Gert Samuels. berg, Mrs. Vy Sylvia Banks Murray A Shaw was unanimously elected to a fourth term as president of Temple Ner Tamid at a meeting in the Temple last week. Also elected were Louis Cohen, executive vice president; Munis (hen, Isidor Deemar, Solomon Siegel, vice presidents; Seymour Horowitz, treasurer; Carlton Blake, recording secretary; Era Rosenfeld. financial secretary; Joseph Kahn, assistant financial secretary; Paul li. Press, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mollie P, Fabric, librarian; and Maurice L. Zaretsky, chairman of the board. Trustees are Alex Eig, Harry Glazer, Michael Glazier, Aaron Goldman, Adolph Greenbaum, Samuel Greenfield, Morris Hinden, Samuel Jacobs, Harry Lieberman, Morris Miretzky. Max Raskin. D. Dale Regent, Alexander Rest, Era Rosenleld. Herman Shaw, Harry Sherman. Joseph Silverman. Sadie Trosky, Judge Louis H. Stallman, 0 s c p h Zeman, Ezra Fineaold. Louis J, Cold, Col. Wm. J. Harris, Nathan Rottenberg. Jacob Sapirstein Eugene J. Schwarz. Fannie Sklar, Maurice L. Zaretsky, President's advisory board in eludes Joseph Albert. Irving Egel, Hynran Eisenbaum. Aaron Bisenstein. Herman Frank. Frank Goldman, Charles Goldstein. Jack Greenberg, Meyer Lesben, Dan Fiver. Jack Portney, Hy Posner, Philip Randman, Albert V, Rosenberg, MURRAY SHAW Isidor Schachter. Jack Shaw and Irvine C. Spear. chairmen are Mrs. Mrs. [da RothenDresner and Mrs AMERICAN ISRAELI r> RELIGIOUS STORE O ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, Schools <£. Private Us* 158b WASHINGTON AVE. 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Page 2-B fcH.tl YnxrHinr Pioneer Women Plan Funct Flida V. Aprti Members of Miami Chapter 43, United Order of True Sisters, are shown at their regular monthly meeting where they pledged funds for support of the Tumor Clinic al Variety Children's Hospital. Executive Director William A. Taylor (rear) noted that many iervice organizations are now helping the hospital meet its annual deficit of some $700,000, covering free medical care to indigent parents durinq the past year. Seen with president. Mrs. Morris Weinberg (left), are Mrs. Max Ruthfield. Mrs. Ed Lewis, Mrs. Elton Rosenblatt, William A. Taylor. Mrs. Al Sheppard. Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mrs. Herman Wolf, Mrs. Ted Kaufman. Mrs. Reuben Traven and Mrs. Joseph Barchan. Hadassah Region Elects Officers; Offers Reports Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is president of the Florida Region of Hadassah. Other officers elected at a regional meeting in the Seville Hotel last w eeken d include: Vice presidents, Mesdames Buddy Levine. Cape Kennedy; Morton Siiberman, West Palm Beach; Ir ving Weissman. Tampa; Leonard Wolpe. Coral Gables; and Joseph Shapiro, .Miami Beach. Also Mrs. David Pearlman. Orlan lo, treasurer; Mrs. Marshall Miami Beach, parliamentarian Opening Think Mink" award.luncheon featured a president's report by Mrs. Soltz The new Capo Kennedy Chapter was welcomed in to the region, as well as the Bilu Chapter. Daytona Beach; Kadimah Chapter. King Cole. Miami Beach; and Forte Towers Chapter, Miami Beach. MrDorothy Krieger Fink was Innan of the Sunday evening plenary session. Miami Bc.j.h Richard Weathcriy. executive director of the Economic Opportimities Act. discussed impli.ations rt the Act Rabbi Morris Kipper. ol Temple Judea. Coral Gables, disenned "PreWemi of American Jewish Youth." Also among speakers was Mrs. Max Schenk, national treasurer of Hadassah, who reported on Youth Aliyah. one ot the major projects oi Hadassah. Hent, Clearwater, recording secret Mayor Mclvin Richard greeted pry; Miss Lillian Goodman, Miami delegates to the conference. He Beach, corresponding secretary; presented key. to the city to reand Mrs. Doroth> Krieger Fink, gionai officers. No. County T Elects Officers Michael Salmon was elected for a second term as president of the North County YMHA Board of Directors at a recent annual membership meeting. Active in community affairs. Salmon has been Cub Master of Pack 271 and director of the Miami Beach Bar Association. He is a former municipal judge of the City of North Miami Beach, former special Assistant Attorney General, State of Florida, a United Fund and Federation worker, and corresponding secretary of the Board of Directors cf Greater Miami YM and YWHA. Irwin Schulman. regional director, ADL. was guest speaker. His topic was •The impact of the Negro olution on the Jewish Community.'" Other officers and Board of Directors elected by the membership •1 the "Y" are vice presidents. Aaron Gold. Robert Perless. Herbert Saks; secretary. Mrs. Rostyn SaJmon. Directors are Mrs. Fred Arthur. Stanley Bauman. David Blauner, Mrs. Wilbur Blechman, Lionel Bosem, Mrs: Howard Brenner. Edward Decker. Irving Denmark. Mrs. Irving Denmark. Mrs. Lester Epstein. Matthew Ettinger. Marvin Haven, Mrs. Marvin Haven. Charles Held. Dr. Malcolm Meister. Mrs. Robert Perless. Donald Reiff. Mrs. Donald Reiff. Mrs. Herbert Saks. Maxwell Weisblatt. Mrs. David Y< rover, Mr.-. Seymour Wang, Mrs. Sheldon Wangel, Sarah Madison. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT puts the tangy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Gruy. ete Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and wedges. Wonderful for lunch, snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick up SWISS KNIGHT^ at your store todayl Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Wo men. Mrs Fred sandier, president, will meet on Toes lay. 7:30 p.m.. Federal, Ponce nofci ChUd Rescue Fund in^ KinneretChe Mizrachi Mei Next We< \ Salute to tanti" theme of the meeting oik Chapter. Mizrachi ttow, nesday, 830 p.m.. • mora. In honor of Israel's m dence Day. the progm,, tion< and refreshmenttil on this theme. Color slide! il] be am| narrated by Mrs. AIM area coordinator of M ment Also included si ute to the work of the) 1 Fund in the gnu S ati Well knov n 1-raeli socs led by M.> Issie Ram.* ing i* Mrs.Lw. A tinei business meeta^ •::m. What's the difference between vegetarian & strictly vegetarian? VE6ETABIAN BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCt S7 \SAB*£rfJim HMUMCTUMO • **.MrU 9k. HJ.HElMZCOLPfTTSU 6K ^ %  •o.u.fc.rAT.O*'*-This Imported trom Thoun, Switzerland, by tha Gerber Ctweae Co, Inc, H.Y, *Kosher and parve, of course. Every label carries the o seal of approval of the {2 Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.



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Pcce 2-A -J&tstthrHSar Consul General Extends Greetings On Occasion of Israel's 17th Anniversary $£i isiAii motrvtoitKt surtiimin ... SK. c ..! General Stuaica Y of the Israel Consulate for the S --heast Region vf the United %  •..-.is *eek extended greetmgs on the occa-ioe of his ctur. try ? 17th anniversar> of independence. From his eonsiJar office* in Atlanta Ga Mr Ya. = r<2 tha: seventeen >ear is a short apan in the life of a nauon. "Israel can safely sey tHet it ha* made need *— ere"y <*ey of these years. Jews all ever the world whe want te, or hae to, can com* to Israel's shores and be free and telf-resatectinej citizens. Since 1*41, Israel has quadrupled its population, and still there is a steady flow of immigrants. "'A fine army euarantees the security of the country and the ?a-t Pierre Mande Quartet Slated Pierre Mande Stnnc Quartet ail] be featured at a performance in the Miami Public Library Thursday. May 6 at i '.S p.m. Perform:iitista are Pierre Mande violin Lnth Ridsdale. % Albert J Gottlieb, viola. ivo L* Zazzexa cello. lude works bj Felix Mi .-. Eduoard L Gabriel (nd Cavade De%  ano a •?&*rA campaign in Dade County it as announced last week by Victor H Northcutt. adMSor. chairman of the WASH1KGT0N — iJTA — The State Department -.. choiogcal" test? • u. aaaatar tr^e or false u. -jc'r. i.-'iTJ ai "Christ performed nuracie*." Questions on the di%inr Canst and theological concepts pertaining to Christianity were cosed in deciding suitability of per soanel for overseas assignment Responding to protests from Cocress. the State Departmeat wrote Rep Cornelius Gallagher. New Jersey Democrat, that "effective immediate.) we have diseoatir. ned this potk> Rep Gallagher chairman of a Government Operations Subcommittee, had warned the Department he planned a spe dal investigation into its ~mstdHEBREW SCHOOL BAK MITZVAH TEACHER AVAILABLE Five Tears fiariari ia Teecaiee Field. H t-aeyt) af I CELEBRATE ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY. BUY AN ISRAEL BOND. lateysaie Frieeeera 50*-4**9 THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA MIZRACHI HA'POAL MIZRACHI •e *c — STATE OF ISRAEL rs 17th ANNIVERSARY REV J KRANTZ President-Elect SOL RASHIN National Representative TERMITES SWARMING? DIRECTOR] a NURSII (BS Degtw* ** : "a* Kfaahf] '-' : '-%  1 %  *< %  • -'-jr. *,, 3 ': '-----' '---% %  J&\ %  aw ---e-:: r fcttf :. uflnj dec z -* %  -<-y S ^ -C" l" : %  : r&QfJ ~ g :: %  "SJ*J •-• V ..Zr' ^ Wfj -i ; sine ena TSJ :" ;• ian b -' : -: :;y& FUNERAL OIRECl JEM M



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April 30. 1965 ••Jewlsfi ncrkJiar Paqe 3-A If '*' '" %  i^l L'ation of imperial importance is made to Samuel Polco-chairman of the Imperial House Combined JewishBi campaign, is shown here receivinq a citation for jidinq volunteer services from John N. Serbin, chairman lidents ot Combined Jewish Appeal. Pollock obtained 'he r.ew contribution received by any volunteer in the 1965 uan. AT $1,287,450 LiVE L NOW lined Jewish Appeal Runs Whopping 'ercent Ahead With Month to Go TWO LEADERS DUE FOR CITATION PACE 12-A Combined Jewish Appaign. with less than a go, is running 10 percent last year, with $1,287,450 nitions received prior to it was announced by Dr. ehrnian. campaign chairrampaiiin closing dinner on lean truly be a victory din]e mainlain this outstanding m by so doing reach our |j 4,l").o80 on behalf of CJA's mee both at home and I' the chairman stated. jbate, the increase in both Ber of contributions nd in the amount raised has been most heartening to all of us. We can point with pride to the fact that with almost a month left in the campaign we have already surpassed our 1963 total campaign total of $1,286,500, and r well on the road toward bettering last year's goal which, was $100,000 above that raised in 1963. "It is important, too. we realize that the 1965 goal is an additional S50.000 above this figure and is the bare minimum necessary for Combined Jewish Appeals 41 agencies to meet their commitments to th community and to the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies overseas. "More and more people are joining in support of our annual campaign, as can readily be seen by the number of contributions we have received thus far. already equaling the 9.700 total pledges' made in last year's campaign. "The goal is well within sight. However, it is this final phase of the campaign which will provide vital assurance that our campaign will succeed in reaching the goal chosen by the Executive Committee, the Campaign Cabinet, and the Board of Governors of our Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "Our dedicated workers realize that there are many outstanding cards t<> be covered in all campaign divisions before May 22. It mUS4 be OUT resolution t:> point our work toward going over the top in the next month so that our Victory Dinner the end ot May will truly be an outstanding occasion. "Many new contributions can be obtained if our volunteer workers contact their prospects and tell them of CJA's needs both at home and abroad," the chairman stated. "Whether it is those we know in the local community who need the services of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, of Mt. Sinai Hospital, of the Bureau of Jewish Education, of the Jewish Vocational Service, of the Jewish Home for the Aged, the YM and YWHA. or those overseas who count upon the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies for new life and freedom, we must not fail them in their hour of need. "A new life and new hope is vita to all who call upon Combined Jewish Appeal, and as chairman, I know that we have received new inspiration through the retelling of the ancient Passover story, and will have this in our mind as we all go to see our remaining prospects. It is not a large job if everyone does his share. "The time is now. The campaign is drawing to a close, and I can not too strongly urge everyone to join in making this an outstanding success by going over our goal on behalf of those whose needs must be met. We are optimistic and have planned a Victory Dinner," he stated. "However, it is in the hands of my friends and neighbors in the community if the,campaign is to ( end by going over the goal for the [ second year in a row. I know that I you are dedicated to the welfare Of your fellow man. and I am certain that once again I will have the lull cooperation ot all in this treat humanitarian endeavor." pOfc pytatr "aus ftnev sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1S32 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 **&•£?* etwee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Style* tor Men and Women FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 Oculists' Prescriptions Filled CONTACT LENSES RAT PROOFING A Specialty RE6U1AR PEST CONTROt FOR THE HOME AND BUSINtSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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ge 14-B PJmUi) fhoridH^r Frid ay. April Leaders of '.he Miami Housinq Authority and Jewish Home for the Aged inspect Robert Kinq High Towers, opposite the Oranqe Bowl, the ewest project for the low income elderlv conducted by the Authority. Left to right are Haey Sofge, executive director of 'he Authority; Zavid B. Fleeman, vice president and Building Committee of the Home; Martin Fine, chairman of the Authority and member of the Home s board; Judge Irving Cypen, president, and Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, of the Home. The Miami Housinq Authority has received national acclaim for its housinq projects for the elderly. Aged Home and Miami Housing Authority Consider Housing Needs for Elderly Here \l a special call of Judge In Cypen, president of the Jewish ): Mmfor the Aged, tlu' Hoard of 1 rector of the H me met Sunday the R bert King Hish Towers recentlj completed by the Miami i .usiiiL.' Authority for the low in come elderly. This was the first time in its r -ton that the board held one its meetings away from Douglas ; rdens. Purpose of the meeting was to Hear presentations by Martin Fine, chairman, and Haley Sofge, executive director of the Miami ,' Housing Authority, on the work i :f the Authority, the housing reeds of the elderly in Greater Miami, and the potential role of •ne Home in helping to meet the | remand for good, low cost hous•g for senior citizens. 'ine and Sofge told the group %  al High 'I o u e r s is the fifth ( ising project for the eld i j i mplet< (I bj the Authority. All five hdve u total ol 795 units. Including efficien ies, one and two-bedroom! artments. Only those elderlj [ .th a maximum annual income of i S..8CH) are eligible, and the rental I i 53o per month. "There is a wait list of over 1.500. which is; •.rowing rapidly, and the Authority o. nnot possibly meet their needs decent, low rental housing," Fine and s:ofge reported. They explained t.hat "these pub lie housing projects are for thi well-aged, who are seeking to mainlain independent living arrange.nents, Good, low rental housing plus a variety of group work programs." they stressed. "helps maintain the dignity and self-respect of the elderly and the prevention of deterioration and breaklown necessitating instftutionalizalion." Fine, who Is also a member of the Homo's board, pointed out that "the develo] ment o( good housing fi r .he elderly and other non-institu,ional services are prime factors in the decrease of applications of the well-aged for admission to homos for the aged, and as a result these homes throughout the nation are becoming primarily ^killed care nursing facilities for the sick ged." i' i j p o n reported to the .illy i.'i yearago, he ll' me H s aware "i these n m ".-Utiilion.il trends and planned 'or the eventual development ii Douglas Gardens ;ia skilled care nursing facility" and that "the Home had just received su.h Ii censure for all of the 221 beds at IS Gardens by the Florida >epartment of Health Sofge and Fine urged "that the Home consider the development of a high-rise for low and middle-income elderly and engage in some pioneering cooperative projects with the Miami Housing Authority." Judge Cypen noted that "the Miami Housing Authority has received national acclaim for its work in the area for housing for the elderly." Other leaders of the Home, including Baron de Hirsch Mover. David Fleiman. Louis Breskr and Jack Popick. said that "the impact of the meeting on the Board of Director* augurs well for the Home's entrance into the field of low cost housing for the aged." Another hig'h point of the meeting was the presentation of a Beautification Award of the City of Miami :n the Home by Miami Vice Mayor Alice Wainwrmht. The award was presented to the Home through Mr and Mrs Sam Resnick "who. by their creativity and zeal during the :>:;st five years, have transformed Douglas Gardens into one of the Hole 1 beaut) spnts 1.1 Greater Miami Judge Harold p, Spaet chairman 'I the Homo Admission Commit ti e, presented a rep rt on the 11: me'.service statistics in 1964 In 1964." he said, -the Home admitted 84 residents Since the completion of the Abun Memorial expansion late in 1963, .1 total <>i 150 residents had been admitted I :>e occupancy rate in 1964 was 98 percent The largest proportion oi residents was In the 75 to 7!i age group, with 94 residents over BO yean Ol age. The ratio of women to men was 2.5 to 1 The total number of inquiries regarding admission to the Home in 1964 was 598." Irvinq Pietrack and his orchestra have been chosen to perform at the third annual convention dinner of the Florida State Council for Senior Citizens on Saturday eveninq at the Everglades Hotel. Featured with the orchestra will be Adele Stone, soprano, and Joseph Malek, tenor. Chief Headley Feted at Tribute In Dinner Key Miami 1'olnc (hot Walter Head '.ey was honored at a tribute dinnei S.turday night al Dinner Key Au litorium. The tribute marked Headley's 17 /ears of service as a law enr o:cement officer here fleadlej was name I chief on Aug 11. 1948. Headley was bom in Philadelphia on May 11, 10S. In 1923, his family moved to Florida. In February, 1937, he joined the then 120-man Miami Police Force. Headley made detective in 1940. Following duty with the FBI. he returnul to the Police Department as administrative assistant to the chief of detectives in 1943. He attended the School for Police Administration at Northwestern University. I'pon graduation, he was named Miami's first director of police training. Prior to his appointment as ohief. he established Miami's first police academy. Organ Recital Sunday A concert to the public at no charge will be given Maj > at th.' Victor Recital Hall. \\V 54th St and 3rd Ave., by nationally known organist Don Kingston, of the Conn Organ Co, Tune is 4 (mi The Hall, sponsored by the Victor Piano and Organ Co.. will offer a series oi concerts overj week on Sundays throughout the summer — ST AEPhi Alumnae Install Officers Alpha Fpsilon Phi Alumnae \sociation (f Greater Miami held installation ceremonies at the Wa terways Restaurant in Coral Gables on Apr. 27 Mrs Howard Katzen, president of the Alumnae Association for the past two years, installed Mrs. Robert Werner as president for the coming yar; Mrs. Morris Futernick, vice president; and Mrs. Albert Morrison, recording secretary Mrs. Charles Krugiick, correspond iing secretary; Mrs. Fred Ober. treasurer. Members at-large for the new term are Mrs. Roy Weissei and Mrs. Richard Helfman. Sharon Leopold Wins Second !n Bible Quiz Sharon, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Max Leopold, of 17400 NE 13th Ave N Miami Beach, and a student at the Beth Torah Religious .School, %  /on second place in the Southeastern Regional Bible Contest held at he Bureau of Jewish Education recently. Sharon, who participated in the ',il le Study Group at Belli Torah (" ducted by Alexander Andron. acuity member, will compete in he national finals to be held in \ou York City on Sunday. She has been on the Honor Roll at lohn F. Kennedy Junior High. od was a recipient ot an award ,11m the ScienceFoundation The Bible Quiz, now in its fifth ear, del I throughout tl e United ttates, with the first prize a trip 1 Israel, Sharon will be the sec nd to r< present Beth Tor li 11.01 nail) Jonathan Sriamrus represented the si bind in the first annual Bible Contest Sharon complete l five years ol Hebrew study at Beth Torah and is a member ol Bmanuel Feder's pro confirmation cl 1-James Beard Receives Top Swiss Award The Switzerland Cheese Association has presented its award of N nor. tin-olden Arbah'te. to James Board, distinguished gourmet The Arbalete, or crossbow become the Swiss symbol for freedom, independence and .•( h evi ment, and has also connto en.! n: e the idea o| qualit) Read James Hoard's recent hook. ''Delights and Prejudices," and you gain an insight into the man everyone knows as one of the nati n's host known and most ad mired gourmets — articulate, with very definite opinions about food and wines and their preparation and sen ice. James \u aid m a kes the word "gourmet" come to life. Whenever he has traveled, he has brought to his teaching a vitality he comniuni cates to those who would learn tinart 01 preparing good food perfect l> To many people, the word "gourmet" conjures up visions of ethereal dishes too difficult for mortal man. or woman, to attempt. But not after talking with James Heard — he delights in foods in their natural state, fresh seafood, excellent cheeses enjoyed out of hand, a beauttfutty-cooked tender li.tle chicken Hi in/ Hofer. manager of the Switzerland Cheese Association. made the presentation "as a token ot appreciation and thanks for his outstanding services in the vast field of fine food and its culinary perfection." — ST. Mayor Snyder, Greene Reelected Mayor Arthur Snyder was reelected to his post by North Miami Beachites in ballotting on Tuesday. Snyder beat Dan Diefenbach by 3,037 to Diefenbach's 2,750. Harold Greene won a full twoyear term over Stanley Falke by 2.981 to 2.557 to be returned to the City Council. Orthodox Youth Map Convention National Conference of Synagogue Youth will hold its annual Southern Region convention this weekend at the Waldman Hotel. The Apr. 30 to May 2 function will feature the following program; • Registration on Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Executive meeting and resolutions. Friday, 3 p.m. • Keynote address Friday at 9 p.m. • Banquet on Saturday. 9 p.m Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard will speak and read a letter of greeting from Gov. Burns • Flections and resolutions Sundi y. 11 a.m. Study leading to the be cation end develop^ the unci ediotski cordina to N pot: Improvement C mittee. G ":hiiM| president of the Interim can National Bank, and, also been elected to L board of the Chomberj Commerce. Next r.seaJ the Improvement Conn is scheduled for next 'm nesday at Inter American | tional Bank on Sunnv 1 Blvd. Judea Students To Take Part In Fri. Service On Friday evening, dm] p.m. sen it 1 • at Tempi* fifth year Hebrew class will graduate and partictpi family worship services Fern, daughter of Mr. Sidney Deiitsch, will do thee l>h ->,!•_ Charles, son of I Mrs Jerome Modell. and Mi of Mr and Mrs Melvin! v ill conduct the seme*. Stuarl -"ii of Mr and Mrs 1 uel Serkin. will deliver the J mon I ii iik son oi Mr mil %  utsch. will chatj Kidd I Mr ail Meyci \ Baskin, nil! otoj 'inn PALMER / MEMORIALS "Miami 0/y It "hi Atonumcvf Mum 1 SERVICt, (Mffl AND MMW Scheduled UB**S SUNDAY, MAY 2, I* Mt. Nebo Cf'"r DR. MURRAY M.RECK50*'"| %  '.. Alt. Sinai & %  *> CHARIES BRAWMTM'"M v.... 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Page 8-B (Mettisft flcrMiairi Frid. a Y. April 30,. 600 ATTEND THIRD SEDER CELEBRATI ON Miami Medical Center in Beersheba Cited By Undersecretary of Labor John Henning %  Pt ilore than 800 S ith Florida com initj leaders heard United States i(i-i en "... i I Labor Jthn F. • ning praise the establishmem the G eater Miami Rehabilita• Medical Center in Beersheba, iel, as l.he> gat lered for the anil Third S ler celebration in mi i!i ach -pon.red b) the Greater Miami i uncil for Mi di< al Sen ices in Isr. K v ioi.:n. the dinner meet, ai the Fontainebaaau Hotel ised more than $38,000 to pur. ;.>e medical equipment for the ersheba Center. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, of Miami Beach, honorees at the Third Seder, were joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Rifkin, of Wilkes barre. Pa., in a surprise announcement that each couple was : ontributing $6,000 to the Rehabilation Medical Center. rhe local Ritkins. industrialists der Celebration. Moe Levin, chairman of the Arn ngemeots Committee tar the dinr. and chairman of the Executive Committee of the Israel Histradrut c -mmitteo of Greater Miami, ex• iided greetings and inUoduced } opkk. Cantor David Conviser. of Temple •tli Sholoni (,f Miami Bea.'i. and special clK'ir presented a modern nditicn of the llagnaddah. which mbined traditional Hebrew songs th modern Israeli music. Popick reported on his recent Mother's Day Celebration Set Mizrachi Women of America. Hakvah Group, will celebrate Moth's Day at the Royal Hungarian eataurant on Tuesday noon. Proceeds will be used to support T e "Save a dild" project in Isel. Mizrachi Women focus their lention on religion-, secular and dustrial training, thus keeping step with Israel's needs. Mrs, Morris Bienenfeld is overI chaiiman of the annual project. rs. Jacob D. Davis is chairman of le day. trip to Israel, during which he visited the Beersheba Center and attended the meeting of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University cf Jerusalem, on which bcav he sits. Pcpick joined L'ndi secretary Henning in lauding the role of Kupat Holim in providing medical services fcr more than two-thirds ol the population of Israel Sam Feinstein, president of the Israel H;sT;:dut Committee, extend* ed greetings. Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, honorsrj chairman of the Third Seder and receipienl <;f the Hlstadrut Won.an of the Year" award last vcar. commended Mr and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin for their inspiring and dedicated service to the estabhi hment and upbuilding of the State of Israel through their devoted leadership, service and material contributions Dr. Irving Lchrman. chairman of the l%.i Combined Jewish Appeal, asserted that he was "impressed anew during my most recent trip to Israel with the leading role of the Hlstadrut in securing economic as well as political independence for the nation." Delighted with the success of the Third Seder celebration of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services 'n Israel at the Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Jack S. Popick, dinner chairman: Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorar>'chaiiman: United States UnderseaeJ Labor John F. Henning; Mrs. Popick MnV cob Rifkin; Mis. David Rifkin; Jacob S henoree along with his wife, end DavidLof Wilkes-Barre, Pa., brother of the "o^ Metro Mayor Chuck Hall extended greetings in behalf of the counts. Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services in Israel, presented a special award to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin for their "generosity and foresight in dedicating their lives to their fellowman and in particular for establishing the department." physiotherapy Hal,hi Kronish praised the role of Moshe Rerman. executive director 11 the Greater Miami Israel Hista rirut Committee here, in establishing the Beersheba Medical Center "and in influencing leading Com nuinal personalities to support the import. iiit project L'nders ireiar> Hem quenl visit i ;,. i>rael and aJ thority on the role ol Hi>tad the Middl Easi countrt'ii growth sai : the 17th anm Isri el's independence i in staunch all> in the Mtkbj continuing italmost unbi strides I • self sufndnal total {—^oncfratulations to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its I 7th &^vnniv*rs&r\ ^ Tribute Dinner For Post Prexies I I will hold a tribute dinner, honBrotherhood cf Temple Emanuuring past presidents of the or..ni/ation CD Tuesday. 7 p.m., in • i kin Hall. Milton Sirkin. presi%  ent of the Brotherhood, anxinced. Those to be feted are Joseph -below. Jules P. Channing, Judge ving Cypen. Allen Goldberg. Hj1 in Kout, Dr. Herman R. Mechloit7 and Michael Sossin. Reservations are being accepted ; the temple eft ice and by chair• lan Ben Cypen. (• ront MITCHELL WOLFSON President MILTON WEISS Chairman of the Board M 9 'i Bmck in Swim Henry Moreno, who spent 40 • i*ars at se t a before retiring to his Coconut Grove home last year, is mnr back "in the swim" at Miami springs Villas as assistant catering manager, Art Bruns, of the Villas, aid that Moreno put to sea as a ro-year-o!d junior purser. His last cost at seas as executive purser hoard the SS United States, where he oversaw 26 galleys and pantries. —S.T. MIAMI BEACH [FEDERAL l SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAM orncr. Liacato laat Mail at Waskinfton Avenue IW11 %  tANCH OFFICES 7M WmttBgm kti, MMai leach .115511 260 Sunny tslts levtmrd, Mia*I Wl M


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. April 30, 1965 +JfnisHlf>rikftor Page 15-A ggpaiMMMMMMMimiRMnNnaMMMMMMamM A Sick Chief By MAX LERNER Top U.S. Diplomat in Israel JCow that both houses of Congress have passed versions of the IBayti-Collcr Amendment on the succession to the Presidency, we I all lirt'ailip more freely when a conference group irons out the dil Ice* and when three-quarters of the states ratify the amendment, anniversary of FDR's death and the centenary of Lincoln's Inatlon, both in a single week, remind us again that Presidents nortal The amendment is a sensible one in providing that the [president shouki nominate a man to fill the vacant Vice Presikal chair and that a majority vote of both houses will make him [president. It mipl'l be argued that a Vice President succeeding to the Presi k should hold it only for an interim period until a special elec [car be held, on the ground that he might be a mediocre man i sin event that no one should sit in the White House unless he (een directly elected to it. But this could be cumbersome and un | ng. The burden should be placed on the national parties to pick I [vice Presidents as well as Presidents. Increasingly we are com%  understand that every year we elect not just one President but the second a spare — and that both had better be good enough i I entrusted with the awesome power of the Presidency, potentially j active as well as creative. Ve need to make a fight soon to ratify the amendment, in every But the crunch of it lies not in the problem of a Presidents h. but of his "disability" or "inability" to discharge his office. the crunch of that crunch — if I may use a barbarism — has to do (mental disability rather than physical illness. The new amendment says that if a President is too sick, physic] • mentally, to give way to the Vice President, the decision that he ; able to continue can only be made by the Vice President with a rity of the Cabinet; That it will take the same group to override kktci I seeking to resume his office, and — on a showdown — that ill need two-thirds of Congress as well. In a complex problem strikes me as a procedure preserving an effective succession guarding against a possible usurping cabal. To those who fear that ens the door to a revolution by a Latin American Junta, the role he two-thirds Congressional majority should be an adequate pie doubts remaining in my mind don't involve the amendment, he problem it-elf, which has become almost an insoluble one. We the high incidence of mental breakdown in modern urban upcultures, under today's tensions. We know that the ordinary ons are multiplied in the White House. We know that in an age kerkill weapons, the head-of-state. whether in Russia, America. re and presently China has immense power for destmctiveness. ily we know, as Dr. Mortimer Ostow pointed out in an important in the Times last Oct. 11, that "destructiveness is an intrinsic onent of all mental illness." It know these things, but there remains the question of when a i ill enough to be dangerous to the nation and the world. Many of neurotic in one way or another, but when can a President be ged psychotic? The amendment is based on the theory that the working most closely with him — the Vice President and Cabwould be most likely to sense dangerous changes in him. But en they detect the line between a willful and even arbitrary and a really sick chief — a truly deranged one? And then there I Question (raised in the Ostow letter) about a character disorder, Wear insanity, which may lead him to destructive policies as [Hitler and Stalin. The problem then is not the fabled one of who will bell the cat: amendment is clear on that — it is to be the Vice President and bet. # • Presidents then are not only mortal: They are also human, living human tensions, often strengthened by them, sometimes dam It n is true that a man's breakdown is in part related to the pS i i ins work, then I suppose one possible contingency for the Hential office would be paranoia. With his uncanny flare for the per one topic ol the hour. Fletcher Knebel. who gave us "Seven %  y," has written a new novel — "A Night of Camp David." | published next month — which deals with exactly that contin%  to return to it when i' ipublished, THE WEEK... AS I SEE 17 Continued from Page 4-A Jamly guilty, if only as manifestations of their rebelliousness — If these become more understandable. I B> understandable,'' I of course mean as Soviet methods of Wa to -rips with and neutralizing the Jewish will toward indcpnee. Both independence and rebelliousness are. patently, two racteristics intolerable to the Kremlin. At the outset of the Revolution, history suggests the Jews were peted to be the most natural supporters of the new Soviet society. Philosophic Marxist and Leninist condemnation of anti-Semi'a clear case in point. What has happened since then? And M can demonstrations and petitions do to turn the tide? For some | Words on this, next week. 'rogressing with Our "Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. 'ART" "MAURY" "NAT" YOUR TEXACO BOYS JERUSALEM l JTA) Phillips Talbol, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and African Affairs, conferred this week with Premier Levi Eshkol and Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minster. No details were given on the talks, but it was assumed that Arab threats to divert Jprdan River headwaters to deny the water to Israel was among the principal tcpics of the talks. It was also assumed that there was an exchange of views based on the American diplomat's talks with President Nasser of Egypt and other leaders he met on his current tour of Arab capitals. Newsweek magazine reported that "the United States was negotiating a deal with Israel, calling for direct shipment of American munitions." According to the publication, the Israelis are expected "to get significantly more weapons from the U.S. directly than they were getting through Germany" to balance the Russian shipments of planes and missiles to Egypt. News Consultant Speaks to Club Democratic Club of Miami Beacli met recently at the Sea Isle Hotel. Guest speaker was Samuel Liebjerman, NBC news consultant. i whose toDic was "The Medicare Bill and the Hospital Problem." Club President Wally Gluck discussed the coming Miami Beach elections and also appointed a cam. paign committee. Foral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. TWIX riTY GLASS IO. 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Page 12-C Jwisti rkrtdtor J^day.ApnlJ Miami Federation Greets Anniversary our continued efforts „ Jewish men. • to a I if,. •Both the Greater Miami Jewish Ft deration and the United Jewish Appeal were established 27 years ago. and ten yearafter. Mr efforts helped in the establishment of the State cf Israel, which is currently celebrating its 17th birthday as an independent and > ibrant young democracy," Sidney Lefcc.ur;. president of Federa. lion, noted this week. "We. of the Greater Miami .lew ish Federation, are extremely proud of she millions of lives that f were saved and are continuing to be saved through our annual philanthropic campaigns. The dollars W8 have raised for United Jewish' Appeal have done mueh toward bringing people from lands of fear and oppression to ;he State of Israel, where they have become useful citizens, making their own important contributions to this yor.ng nation. '•Israel, whose 17th anniversary' we join in celebration, still retains its policy ol taking Jews in from all pans of the world regardless of age. physical, or men tal handicap. Among the 65.000 who will come in during 1905 will he eld. blind and sick people. Israel welcomes everyone as a member of the family and provides them with the opportunity to Start a useful life in a free and independent nation. "We are proud that the dollars raised through our Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal campaign helps \r> provide educai tion. housing, medical care, job retraining, and even teaching of the Hebrew language, so that the newcomers may make the adjustment to become productive and useful citizens of the Stale of Israel. This small nation, whose borders have been surrounded by hostile neighbors, has grown in such a manner as to serve as an example to all newly independent nations. "We, Of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, take this' opportunity to restate our pride in the growlh and development of the State of Israel, and to pledge "wnwtsj ';" land. May Z be marked .is a anniJ imc ot, progress for the suu "<•'<"• its dedteawly OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVnii Office designs end furnishings sMreof from manufacturer Combined Jewish Appeal Views Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman. 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, noted this week that •one of t.he greatest achievements ol i ur lifetin e has been the establishment oi the state of Israel which, in celebrating Its 17th anniversary, has become the fulrillment of our historic dream and the haven for displaced Jewry from all parts oi the world. Israel is more than a dream. It is a land where dignity and freedom pre\ ail [or our brethren. Important Partner "As c bairn an of cur Combined .' %  wish Appeal, I want to salute the State of Israel and its population of 2.500 000 people from all countries and backgrounds who are helping to build this young democracy, "The United Jewish Appeal, an important partner in our Miami Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, has been cited not only tor the transportation, rescue and resettlement o millions of immigrants now living in the State of l>rael. but has also been cited as the greatest voluntary philanthro. pic program at any time in history. We are proud that our Combined Jewish Appeal has contributed almost S13.000.000 to the I i ted Jewish Appeal and its agen< i during t e 27 years of activItj in the Gr ater Miami eommu. oltj "We are proud to salute the State Of Israel and the valiant men. women, and children "ho have overcome tremendous hard ships to build a land of which we can all be justifiably proud. "Mrs. Lehrman and I recently returned from a special mission to Israel and to Europe as the guests of former Israel Prime Minister Mo-he Sharetl. On our tour, we visited all parts of Israel, including small villages, the k i butzim and the big cities. What Impressed us mosl about Israel was the sense of pride and dignity of Us people and the way in which new. mers were made tu feel a[ home. The welcome they received from the Israelis gave a meaning to our Combined Jewish Appeal that cannot be transhit ed into mere words. "The Israelis' full acceptance of newcomers without regard to background, to financial and physical status, was an acceptance of the ancient rabbinical tradition that every Jew is responsible for every other Jew 'Will Pay Back' •Tins, to us, is the meaning e,i the State Of Israel an its 17t'i birthday—a meaning we can never forget and which will always be typified by the newly-arrived immigrant who was brought to Israel by Combined Jewish Appeal and United Jewish Appeal funds, and said to me. "Rabbi. we'll pay back everything, everything you have given us to start :i new lite Events Calendar Continued from Page 4-C Nov. 30 TABAI, Africa-Israel Stamp exhibition, opens in Haifa Dec. 14 Dec. 23 Scopus. Dec. 30 Prime Minister Eshkol resigns. Finance Minister presents 1965-66 budget, Jordanian troops wound three Israeli guards on Ml 26th Zionist Congress opens in Jerusalem. 1965 Jan. 3 Danish Prime Minister arrives for official visit. Jan. 15 lordanians lire on Israeli patrol in Jerusalem. Jan. 27 Deputy Premier Abba Eban announces counter-measures against Arab boycott. Feb. 3 UN Secretary General's representatives arrive to investigate tens.on on Jordan-Israel border. Feb. 15 Kin -set condemns Bonn's decision to stop security aid to Isr.v. I Feb. 16 Tenth Convention of Mapai. Israel Labour Party. opens WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! A 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. 998 S.W. 1st St. e Miami Phone 379-7555 "It's n t statistics. It's human beings—men. women and children—who embody this attitude, and who are the real celebrants of this anniversary. On this anniversary ol Israel's Independence, we pledge to redouble our efforts. SO that every man. woman and child seeking a life of freedom can be brought to the State of Israel and settled in this vibrant young nation which is truly an example of democracy and free drill Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything •or the Office of Distinction Hd'/lOW ..." '•.'..'' 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Page 2-C *Je*ist) rhrktktr PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL CHATS WITH YOUTH OF KIBBUTZ DEGANIA BETH. The Role of Levi Eshkol Continued from Page 1-C • later President of Israeli and o hers. After he left the army, he and other members of his group a place where they could settle on the lar.d. and he among the founders of De-jania B. a kibbutz near the southwestern shores of the Sea of Galilee. Eshkol participated in the founding convention of the Hi-tadru:. the General Federation of Labor, in Haifa in 1921. and served as a delegate to the 12th and subsequent Zionist Congresses. He handled Hi?tadrut affairs in Vienna and Berlin, and in 1927 he went to Moscow, together win the late David Remez. as a member of the delegation to the Cooperative Congress. He was also a delegate to the Congress of the Socialist International in Prague At the end of the 1920s, he was a member of the Agricultural Center He was elected a member of the Mapai Central Council and served as party secretary and as a member of the Central Committee. In the early dayof Nazi rule. ho ran the Settlement Department of Palestine Office in Berlin and also acted on behalf of the Hechalutz pioneering organization in Germany, Poland and Lithuania organizing the transfer of immigrants and property from Germany. In 1944. he was appointed Secretary of the Tel Aviv Labor Council. Defense Problem* Levi Eshkol devoted a considerable part of his time to security problems. In various periods, he was active on the high command of the Haganah and served as Haganah treasurer for many years. He also helped to obtain weapons abroad. In 1947. David Ben-Gurion called on him to take up a central position on the Haganah staff, and with the establishment of the State, he was appointed directorgeneral of the Ministry of Defense. .As a member of the Jewish Agency Executive, and as head of its Agricultural Settlement Departtnent since 1949. Mr. Eshkol has been re.-por.sible for the mass V W1W'7 TIN QT1J #i/ ISRAEL AJRLJNES 1602 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 532-5441 M ttlement of the new immigrants on the land. Between 1950 and 1952. he was also the treasurer of the Jewish Agency. In 1951. he was appointed Minister of Agriculture and Development, and a year later he assumed the post of Minister of Finance. He has also served as chairman of the Cabinet Economic Commit, tee. As Minister of Finance, he represented Israel at international conferences and meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, as well as in discussions with Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's special envoy, on plans for the development of water resources. He has visited the United States a number of times, both on government business and on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond drive. New Economic Policy In the past decade Mr. Eshkol has been largely responsible for development and economic policy in Israel. He was among the architects of Israel's New Economic Policy, hinged on the devaluation of the Israel Pound in February, 1962. and included the institution of liberalized export-import policies, In recent years, t>>. he wu frequently called upon to si rv< Prime Minister, in Mr • i lei i • and as • r % %  •".'• • % %  n van is part • ion talks and • • ins. nation, In Jura i| Mr Bent.'. • Prime Minister and Minister of Defi-r -i Mr Bshki.! was appointed t.. these two posts on June 26. 1963. On Mar. 3. 1964. Mr Eshkol married Miriam Zelikovitch. senior librarian of the Knesset and a long-time friend of the family The Prime Minister has been mar ried twice before and was widowed since December. 1959. He has four daughters. Mr Eshkol speak* English Rus Man and German, as well as Hebrew and Yiddish His book "Be' hevlei Hitnahalut"—'Problems of Settlement" — was published in 1959. Newcomers Tew of thousands of immigrants have been arriving annually In the 1. -1 ft w years—the total, a quarter of a million. The li.-t of countries in all parts of the globe from which the immigrants came runs into over 70. Frcm some, many thousands arrived; from others only a mere trickle. Israel's Ties Abroad Continue to Exp a Israel's links with the family () nations continued to expand, and her tit < Of friendship and cooperation were fustber strengthened during the seventeenth year of the State's existence. Eminent statesmen from the four comers Of the earth paid friendly visitand Israel's own leading figures further cemented international bonds by their missions abroad There was no sign", however, that the thaw in the Cold War had reached the Middle East. Arab summit conferences were dedi. cated mainly to proje.ts to deprive Israel of her vital water supplies and long-term planning for the attempt to destroy her when the time should be regarded as ripe. Premier Levi Eshkol's visit to the United States at the invitation of President Lyndon B. Johnson the first official visit paid by an Israeli Prime Minister to the United States, was a landmark in the history of the excellent relations that have existed between the two countries since the establishment of the State of Israel. The trip, which lasted from May 31 to June 11. was followed by an official 12-day visit to France on June % %  : : %  and her French ^ Mrs -WeiroflT te fwogn MaJ 1 %  Meir. !" %  lland Britain. Be Luxembourg in Man* '""• ""l earlier^, and Italy during j^ talkwith leading %  %  Mr< Meir -AS recenoii audii • • with Quoon Fabiola. hat : rnase to the placein i-rael in : "''the em! of Mrs Meir made a higtih ful t eral ^ i after rer the independence rhi new Republic r>f had -.a\kwith the Kenya Mr JomoKen; '::hor of Se^. President Azikwe of SmJ Eban. ;ster. wa • i during an Continued on Pio'< •fll I JjirthdctU \-Jrcctiny? to the State of Israel 0l Hi 17tit JjirtltJay MAY ISRAEL PROSPER AND DEVELOP • CONTINUE TC GROW IN THE SAME STRIDE AS IN THE PAST WITH GOD'S HELP. Jennie Grossinger



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•Jmiat) rterMtom Page *C .yenteenth Anniversary of Statehood JACK A. CANTOR is Key To t Bond Role miiiity ol l&md eitj Samuel %  an Mrs latin? ih %  i SS0.000 lar. Thb I; locally I punib lu (suited in Bond cilj aopre Fried land Ih. |nnanship won for I of bust L'nder his 1 distinct |iduai pur > the % sequence ol hi-, leadership in causes, and most %  national Israel Bond chairman for Synagogues fi Kronish helped elevate the national level <>l ponal efforts to record heights P the Griatei Miami Israel Bond Organiza men and women with proven records RABa! LEON KRONISH Famed U.Sand Israel Statesmen Head Independence Dinner Here Two men uho have achieved rare ili.vincti n in the governments ot their respective countries have been selected i" represent their nation; at Miami's celebration oi the iTih year cf Israel's Independence, highlighted by the festive Independence Day Dinner at the HON. E. ZEV SUFOTT Pontalnebleau Motel on Sunday e\ ening, May 2. I'.. Zev Sufott. Emissary f Israel in the limed Stales, Oxford graduate, soldier and statesman. will be Israel's spokesman at the dinner. U. S. Sen. John (). Pastore, one ol the foremost championcl Israi l in Congress and one of America's distinguished orators, has the unique distinction of being President Lyndon is. JohnS n's personal choice as keynote • %  I e.iker. A member of the l" S. Senate since 1950, Sen. Pastore is chairman of ihe Joint Congressional Committee "n Atomic Energy and noted spokesman tor world peace. Throughout his long career as a statesman, Sen. Pastore has played a unique role in national affairs and in American relations M itli Israel. Sufott. a leading spokesman of Israel's Foreign Ministry, will officially install Rabbi Leon Kronish as chairman ot the Israel Bond Organization and confer upon Leonard Rosen, outgoing chairman, the Chairman of the Year SEN. JOHN O. PASTORE Award, a tribute which singles him out from among leaders of Israel Bond campaigns in 32 nations Golden Book Lasting Tribute Names that will live in the chonicles of tsrael will be those ol Miamians who have taken a vital role in bringing sttength to Israel in its foimative .,-ars. To provide lasting public recognition In Israel for Miami's corps oi Israel Bond supporters', the Golden Book ol the Year habeen instituted. In Israel, the Golden Book will be on permanent display, reflecting the activities ol world Jewry in the upbuilding ol Israel The Golden Book will b compiled at the In lependencc Day Dinner, with each table h i>i b 'ing called ii present a scroll bearing ilie signatui > ol all those attending. During th • dinner, a phi lo. i.iph will be taken ol each table, which will be placed opposite the scroll and bound into the Golden Book of tin Year At the end of the year, every temple and or anization that has had an Israel Bond function will add a folio to be present) i the Ambassador i i rael at the Ambassador's Bali The book will then be transmitted to Israel for public display at a site dedicated to the chronicles culled from commit Dr. Irvinq Lehrmctn is seen above with Sam and Bea Blank, 1964 recipients of the State of Israel Medallion of Honor, as they view a replica of the Miami-Israel Golden Book ot the Year which will reflect the exemplary role of Miami in the development of the State of Israel. hes throughout the world reflecting the ties of faith and peoplehood Of Israel and world Jewry WOMEN Israel has a special place. With the ap(e vi s ~ ev enteenth birthday, a group of Patron-Hosts for b of rec rd of the Women's Division of the past and No ? rea1 f r acr >evement for the year ahead, in keepinq ffesLlr and ,he growing challenge. Left to right are L L 1 Leor > Kronish, A. C. Fine, Isadore Hecht and r cha mnen of the Women's Division. A MOMENT OF HISTORY — Scenes such as this will be cherished as little moments of history which tell the story of a nation aborning and a people whose brothers and sisters throughout the world have helped to make possible her birth and her development. Here David Ben-Gurion congratulates Jack Popick, Miami-Israel Bond chairman of the board on his city's havinq achieved the highest level of service to Israel reflected in Miami's Israel Bond record. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol who has visited Miami often, looks on.



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Page 6-A • Jm*ist>fhrkMati 30 Bishops to Finalize Jewish Draft Continued from Po 1 A vember. by a vote of 1.992 to 99. bad categorically exonerated the Jewish people of the charge of deacide. The secretariat spokesman said Monday that a full, plenary meeting of the M bishops of the body would be held here May 9, to work out the final version of the Declaration's text on the basis of amendments proposed during last November's session and since. These amendments, or "modi," will be reviewed by the 30 prelates. They had already held discussions on the subject last February, when they decided to postpone final action until the May 9 meeting. After decisions are made at the May meeting, the text will be sent on to the Ecumenical Council, due to reconvene at the Vatican Sep.. 17. The Coordination Commission lor the next Council session will then schedule the revised draft for Jewish War Yeterans Demand Inquiry Of German Alien Who Fired Chemist By Special Report WASHINGTON — Secretary cf Defense Robert McNamara has been asked by National Commander Ralph Plofsky. <-f the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. for a report on the firing of a Jewi-h Navy chemist by an alien German supervisor, who has been charged with prejudice. The chemist. Bernard Peristein, of Washington. D C. was discharged after 23 years of service Peristein has filed anil in the I". S Court Of Claim He has charged that his German supervisor, a resident of the United States for only three years, was motivated by "bias, malice, and prejudice." He said the supervisor showed a "marked antagonism," presumably arising from an attitude toward Jews. Commander Plofsky said that '"the public has a right to know all the factof thi> strange case He said the JWV waiking the Defense Deparlment to report on whether the German. Dr Mar tin Zimmer. participated in the Hitler Youth movement. Dr. Zimmer's age would have ruled out more serious involvement. it is thought. "But in a ca.se like this, where an alien educated in Nazi schools during the Hitler regime fires an American citizen of the Jewish faith who has served so leng and apparently so ably m the service of his government, we have a right to raise questions." said Commander Plofsky. "Therefore.'" Commander PI ifskj said, "We are awaiting a report from Dr. Zimmer's >uperior> U Defen>e Department authorities on a general background. "It is also our understanding that Dr. Zimmer's father served as an officer in the service of Adolf Hitler, and one might ask to what extent the son was influenced so that his decision to fire a Jewish employee might be totally free of prejudice. "The JWV will carefully observe 'his cast said Commander Plofsky. the agenda. The Bea Secretariat spokesman made it very clear that "no committee"—obviously referring to the ad hoc commission —can bypass this procedure or bypass the plenary' meeting of 30 bishops to be held May 9. Cardinal Bea was meanwhile scheduled to head the Vatican Secretariat which deals with the Declaration on Jews to be presented to the forthcoming session of the Ecumeni:al Council for final adoption, which arrived at Kennedy Airport in New York on Wednesday. He was en route to Philadelphia to accept the International Fellous'iip Award which was to be preserved to him at a dinner on Thursday. He was to be welcomed at the airport by a .representative of the Philadelphia Atchdiocese and an official of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'nth. Meanwhile. Prof Abraham J. Hechel. who had visited the Vatican in connection with the proposed statement on Jews by the Fcwmenical Council. Monday is. sued the following comment on reports that the Vatican may revise drastically the statement on dei cide: "The detcide charge is the most I dreadful calumny over uttered. It 1 has resulted in rivars of blood end mountains of Human ashes. To millions of Christians and to the overwhelming majority of Reman Catholic bishops, it is ab\ surd, monstrous, unhistoncal and the supreme repudiation of the Gospel of love. Weakening the document m any of its aspects which was inspired by the grandeur of conscience and the spirit of love, would remain for all > time one of the major contribu> tiens to anti-Semitism. Wa prey 1 that Satan may never witness such a triumph." Final Concert — 1964-65 Season University Of Miami Symphony Orchestra FABIEN SEVITZKY, Conductor SUNDAY, MAY 2, p OP D f\A MONDAY, MAY 3, ,UO rjW MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM RICHARD WAGNER S OPERA LOHENGRIN Sofoisfs — Orchestra — Chorus TICKETS $2.25 to $5 50 SYM OFC WO 1-4960 BETH TORAH CONGREGATION presents The World Renowned Cantor MOSES SERENSEN FORMER CHIEF CANTOR OF RIGA, LATVIA in a MAARIY 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 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS UST PKTUM MX HARRISON, BfST ACT0 GEORGE CUKOR, BEST DIRECTOR ''WszjssmwnBc '• AUDREY HEPBURN* REX HARRISON. TKHNicoioee SUFCWMUVISUM'N nwa wuma saot %  LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 21702 MICE SCAIE EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFORMANCES (incljd ng laxet) Monday thro Frl Sai.. Sun All Maiineei Thursday i. Hoi. ORCHESTRA $175 $3 50 $2 50 IOGE 300 3.75 J 50 PERFORMANCES AT 2 P M MATINEES • 8 30 P M EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPEN 10 30 to :30 DR. JtHOMt BINS0N Dr. Benson Is Elected By Fla. Pathologists Dr. Jerome Benson Las been elected president-elect of (be Florida Society of PatholoL. The Florida Medical Association this week announced Dr Benson's election ;it sessions of the Association hold last weekend in the Americana Hotel. President of the Florida Society of Pathologists is Dr. Sanford Mullen, of Jacksonville. Fla. Dr. Benson is director of laboratories and chief pathologist at Mf. Sinai Hospital here. Secretary of tho ML Sinai Medical staff, he is associate professor of pathology at the University of Miami Mediid School, and has been director of the Mt Sinai laboratories since 1957. The Florida Society of Pathologists is the official organization for pathologists throughout the State of Florida. Mount Sinai Vounteers Meet Mount Sinai Hospital's newest volunteer organization, the Sustaining Board of Felloes comprised of % men and women interested in Mount Sinai's activities and objectives, will hold its first general membership meeting Tuesday evening, in the Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital. The group, chaired by Milton Weiss, will eleci members of Use Executive Board and present a project for approval to be undertaken by the group. In addition 10 the special reports. Dr. Rudolph Drosd will present a narration and slides on his recent experiences with the H'pe ship Project and its journey to Guinea. Africa. Philip Givens JwKk Toronto. me an ^ f yased him "gg.l JwpreU 1 as a crutam 1 f ^ can S3 Pathiesf.rthejevnsi Pope told Mr. evens To empha^e his Paul %  n,i ru ed or* i to show Major Give* was seiidini to j n rabbi. In :t. the Pope e "surpnand .. •over the erakJsmS • during a Pavsirn ,S€rmon ln that sermoT. %  .Tff interpreted the GJ %  withthst day.quounijT assertion that the Jew L Jesus "*! The GO GO Musical In L faeafoi Worn ...with GUEST STARS OSCAR BRAND-JOAN RIVERS %  dth Jim. Jake and Joan GOLDEBRIARS and the FREE WHEELERS %  5J new SONGS ROSE !" NODADt OPivlJ" 27Tn_AVfc...with FUN STARS KAREN TMORSELL-CURTIS [TAYLOR-JERRY NEWBY'cowl J?EDI}P ROMAS -*PLUS 2*Jrearuf :t s"ars A tvrs^\ ALuffiaii I Si+—4X~ • I ••JSIS*. Qp?n .^30 SURF -0.8*" I HI 1 30i Ope 6:45 v tea r A*C suer HURRY! LAST 3 DAYS! A Smash Hit! Powerful! Excellent GEORGE GERSHWIN'S Immortal %  us :? %  "porgy and bess" Opening MAY 4 BETSY PALMER RAY MIDDLETON in Rodgers & Hammerstem's Gay, Romantic Musical Comedy "SOUTH PACIFJC 1 COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant a. Art Gall try 3500 Mam Highway. 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+JenMfkridUntr Pag 7-C Israel's Relations Abroad ry£ Beach Chapter of Hadassah is cited for its outstandr^rticipation in the service of Miami women for Israel Jon *he occasion of its Sweet Sixteen Israel Bond Lunchlast year attended by some 800 persons. Citation was > in the form of a special Scroll of Honor at the Florida 0 f Hadcssah conference on Sunday at the Seville Ho'Left !o right are Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of the M Sixteen affair; Mrs. Nat Barth, president of Miami Beach *iapter; Mrs. Anne Grossman, director of the Israel Bond tens Division; and Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-chairman with s Goodman of the luncheon. Vliami Women's Division kips Bond Success Here ni women in building k.'el dates back to the earliest ot the modern Zionist ham. Through the years, worn[have nourished the dream and l ,> been a mainspring in creal I. the realitj ol the state of r |;.i Miami, women have been a i factor in helping t<> elevate fcomnmnitv to the leading DOno in the world in aid t<> Is| nomic development 11 Israel Bonds |. orld-acclaimed : Miami's women is Israel l;ii Women's Division chair |kn Anna Brenm r Meyers [all Mrs Mi yers w is the k.pient of the coveted Kleanoi Israel Humanitarian llhrouahoiit the year, the role of pmon amembers of the Corps [Hosts helps to assure the Bleach i>i the [unctions highfeting the Israel Bond drive. • t; only as part ol the Israel i pd Women's Division, hut as [embers i temple and synagogue perboods and ol leading organk:ions. women play a major > in the success of all Israel (t:d dinners, organizational func8, anil the climactic and fese Ambassador's Ball in Dethe most dramatic event.-. [the past year was the "Sweet ftteen" Israel Luncheon sponNby the Miami Beadi Chaptol Hadassah and attended by 1 m 2iio women, This event | Itentii n on the activities I Israel Bond... ol ihe Miami h Chapter ol Hadassah and f'JSht honor to its leaders and entire community, Again this ye;.r. many hundreds of members of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will join forces to sponsor one of the major events ol the year in the form of a luncheon In May. highlighting the famed Givenchy Israel fash ions. Continued from Page 2-C to Latin America In September and Octotx r He held talks with Presidents, Premiers and Foreign Munstev-. in Mexico. Venezuela and Colombia and addressed both es of the Mexican legislature. The scores ol illustri HIS visitors from all parts of the world who were welcomed in Israel during the year included the President of Togo, Mr Nicolas Grunitzky; the Prime Minister ol Denmark. Mr, Jens Ot'.O Krag; and the Prime Min*ster of Iceland. Dr. Bjarni Benediktsson; the Prime Minis ter of Ds.b mey, Mr. Justin Ahomadegbe; the Sultan of Foumban in Cameroun; the Guatemalan Foreign Minister; the Norwegian Minister of Social Affairs; Uganda's Minister of Defense and the | Interior: the Bolivian Chief of Staff; a group of 125 alumni of the French National Institute and a 38-man delegation from the Thailand National Defense College; editors and publishers from Africa; delegations from Japan. Chad. Cambodia, the Ivory Coast and the Malagasy Republic, and many other dignitaries. Premier in Review Summing up his visits to the United States and France on July in. 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Page 4i Yitzhak Nis.-im reelcctcd. and Rabbi Issar Yehuda Unterman elected, as Chief Rabbis Mar. 24 s S. Shalom. Zim I>rael Navigation Co flagship, ares in Haifa Apr. 5 President Grunitzky ol Togo, arrives en S1 Apr. 6 Governor ol Bank HI Israel explains plans for aid to developing countries at G< neva Confer* nee Apr. 16 Independence Day parade ta May 4 Knessel unanimously condemns I • intistf in Egypt May 21 Rubinstein Chair of Musicology l'ni\ ersit May 31 Mr Eshkol leaves for U.S b June 4 Trade agreement between Israe June 16 ational Trade Fair opens in Tel \ June 17 Rabbi M limon Memorial dedicated in Jerusal< m June 28 Mr Eshkol leaves for visit to Frai July 9 Ze' •• Jabotinskj reburied in Jerusalem July 12 Fourth I estiva I of Music and Drama opei s in Jei -.. %  July 14 Fifth Zimriyah Choir festival openin Jerusalem Aug. 11 Hebrew I niversity.llad.issah Dental School dedicated in Jerusalem, Aug. 12 Report of U.S.-Israel Desalting Team published Aug. 24 First World Congress Ol Jewish Pharmacists opens Aug. 31 Rabbinate deletes mention of Benei Israel community from marriage directives. Sept. 13 Cabinet exposes Arab threats at Alexandria Conference Sept. 24 Australian wins Third International Bible Contest Oct. 1 Canada Building dedicated at Technion. Oct. 7 Agreement for sale of Russian property signed in Jem salem Oct. 9 Syrian fire on Israeli farmers east of Ha on on third successive day. Oct. 19 57th International Aeronautical Congress opens -'leba Bonn's inaction on inaugurate d at Heand I in Israel Oct. 21 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Mrs. Meir starts African tour. New town of Carmiel inaugurated. Prime Minister of Iceland arrives on official visit 16th Chess Olympics open in Tel Aviv Syrians open fire on Israeli tractor. New Campus of Tel Aviv University dedicated President Zalman Shazar celebrates 75th birthday. Syrians shell Israeli villages in Dan area: Israeli aircraft silence Syrian batteries. Nov. 18 Deputy Premier protests against Sataute of Limitations for Nazi crimes Nov. 24 New Potash plant inaugurated at Sodom. Nov. 29. Nahal outpost founded at Modi'in Continued on Page 12-C to the STATE OF ISRAEL on itt I / fit ^/4i 111 ive rsa r y 'One o* the Nation's Oldest and Largest" jDade Federal (SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI JOSEPH M UPTON, President Border outpost established by the Israel Army Pioneer Settlers Corps to bolster Israel's defences along the open frontiers. Manv are founded by the Jewish National Fund and include MoAini, Greater Miami s just across troni 'he historic Ar ., rael, Urn ei Fuhmm. Border On I posts for Defense By HERBERT FREEDEN The i uli'i in Israel is n mere fact it • mentality Extending ovei miles from north t<> south and made conspicuous bj barbed wire and arnin j signs, Das jer, B >i der Ahead!'", it cuts through Je liisalem and the whole countryside from Metulla down t,> Eila h Where the border runs through Hie desert or wild, uninhabited hill regions, it is most difficult to control. Border villages close these gaps, for an etficient border defense is based on a closely-knit population deeply rooted in its soil. A New Plan Life is hard in isolated border villages, and not everybody is suited to bear the constant strain of watch and work. Young people have to come to the fore In I' 1 ": 1 th< .hw.-'i V.t Ft i"!. together wit oject I set up on somi the most exlints „! the border— ,! si element •. to be mania 1 bj members ol the Si rial i Pioneer Settlement Corps ol tin1-rael Army i, which would m rk the land and at the same time tighten up the border till civilian farmers could move in. The first outpost went up in 1959, i pposite %  'ie Syrian frontier in the Korazim area—Almagor Some time later, two of the young settlers were killed by Syrian snipers: yet the settlement has taken firm roof. Even today. Almegor is, muih to the dislike of its set tiers, in the headlines— time and auain its traders are being shot at when working the fields which stretch down to Lake Kinnereth Where now there i~ a highway, is beet i gli ol .. %  p< trilled i \ 1,000 acres havi ed." which th I of sw ereign Israel heart 11 the ccunti pi a ctical ptirp. se> • %  %  %  -ibl Remnants from riod d v, n to the of a synagogui tury stand witness | history of that ar i re oaee -t .(l Korazim. a qster-cit> of the neejhl orin^ (';. i : and tamed lor its earlj r | A heat Agriculture to Fore Now. Alntagcr will tx known fw Us early vines and lush ton I whu h iva. h the • %  arket uhor. they are still ripe So "nnYContinued on Pag* 6-C fannitj %  xinin 1 auTttS | 'VUUTi 1 ivuijn rpjpio I we Pub 1 AKTOf j xwttsl la* Jtycst VUishes Ivoni WILLIAM BOKNSTIIN Fo tlic STATE OF ISRAEL in \^Jb~crvancc / its I /tit ^Arn n ive rsary



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Page 6-B +Jenisti flcridian National Council of Jewish Women Sets Annual Installation Luncheon Carillon Hotel will bo the setting for the annual installation luncheon on Wednesday. 11:30 ."..m., of Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women. Theme of the installation. "A Woman's Plr.ce in the World." repeats the theme of National Council's biennial convention held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in March. Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Section past president, and a national board member, will induct the slate headed by Mrs. William I. Brenner, who will serve a second term as president Other Section officers are vice presidents, Mesdajnes Edwin B. oppenheim, Harry Orleans. Harold Zeeman. Irving L. Wexler. Charles Rosenberg; secretaries. S. Charles Fisher. Ben Zion Ginsburg, William S. Altman. Arthur Gilbert; Marvin L. Zank. treasurer. Also to be installed will be officers of the eight divisions comprising the Section. Presidents are Bay, Mrs. Robert Childs; Coral. Mrs. Louis Schnoidei man; Evening, Mrs. Cerald Kogan; Indian Creek. Mrs. Mil.on Gross; Islands. Mrs. Robert Somerstein; Shores, Mrs. Larry Hoffman; South Dade, Mrs. Burton Levey; Lincoln. Miss Elsie Sohwabe. Feature of the afternoon will bo presentation of awards to the following for outstanding community service: Mrs. David Dvoskin, Mrs. Milton Cash, Mrs. Barney Sehu cart, Mrs. Karl Elon. Mrs. Mikon Ratner. Special awards will be presented to Mrs. Herman Bergren and Mrs Morris Gustman for more than 3.000 hours of volunteer sen ice in Council's local Thrift Sh. ;>s. MBS. WILLIAM BftlNNLft Dr. Tucker to Speak Dr. Morris Zucker will address the Health and Happiness Club at a meeting Friday. 7:30 p.m.. in Washington Federal Auditorium 1234 Washington Ave. Harry Kershaw is moderator. Discussion will he on "Health Conservation and Socialized Medicine in England Four Presidents Installed Here Four chapter presidents of Asthmatic Children's Foundation of Florida were to be installed at a .joint ceremony on Thursday. 8 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Milton Koch is president of the Florida Council of Presidents of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation of Florida, which coordinates the work of the local chapters | New chapter presidents are Mrs. Sidney Goldberg, Miami Beach; Mrs Martin Rolnick. John F. Kennedy: and Mrs. Sylvia Bujaky, South Dade. All chapters were to present pro coeds of fund-raising projects of the year, to be used in the Resii dential Treatment Center in North \ Miami Beach for the care and treatment of severely intractable asthmatic children. The Center, which is non-profit and non-sectarian, is the first of its kind in the South east. Installing officer was to be Samuel L. Seltzer, president of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation ,of Florida. Life membership certificates were to be presented by Israel Friedman, executive vice president of the Foundation, to Mrs. Doris Finberg. Mrs. Howard Frida Y. April; S. Ronald Pallot 1:1 Norton Tire c Ucipatec' sales i vice i omj '" a regional I %  ** seminar of ^ ^ pompanj one of 2?S branch stores \J£?'i3 to We* hSJgJi %  Siyum Hasefrl At Beth TfiMi Sisterhood of Congn-fc Tfilah will present ihTT with a Scfer Torah *?1 Hosefer" on Sunday Starting at 2 p.m.. theuj ah will be tarried unfc|J opy from the homeofJir^J Israel Greeuoerg, 831 ioaa* companied to the -ymf^t procession ;uul music. Rabbi Joseph E. RK*I planning ., program for IITH bration MRS. SIDNtr LtWIS Medical Center To Get Proceeds From Festival al Chapter. American Medical Center al Denver, uill hold its Sprin I %  %  ttival m trga ib I on Sunday al the Electricians Hall, \W 17th Ave Dinner is tram 5 to 7 p.m Mrs Irving Rubinstein and Mrs Not n.. n Gold chairmen the affair, w rich will also i o .. live band and enterlent. to the hospital in Denver I":f:< e care and treatment < i inc< r patients, regardles ol i creed Farband Branch Meeting Tuesday | Chaim Weizmann Branch of For band will hold Its regular meeting < %  Tuesday, 8 p.m.. al Washington federal Auditorium, Normandy Isle -t speaker will be Councilman Hyman GaJbut Topic is 'Miami Beai To aj Question and anBwer period will follow The branch announced postponement of its annual dinner scheduled : ir -i.nay. May 2. due to the out ica] illness of Co-Ohairman Irving Sachs, Chairman of the branch is Alee Levin. Jane English Is Traveling On the Continent Jano English, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur H. English, of I 170 lfith St.. Miami Beach, has been forwarding her parents col-1 orful postcards from Italy. Spain ; v.<\ England. A student at the Sorbonne. Jane itaking a spring break from studies and seeing some of Europe's sights A graduate Of Miami Beach High in 1962. she is studying political science, Russian and French arid plans a diplomatic career She's in the top three percent of her class at the Sorbonne and will return to New Orleanthis fall to < nter Sophie Noucombe as a seni i where she si wiled last year. .lane's fither is general manager t#f the Robin Hood. Miami. ll.lp in. Mrs Jerry RKJJ Joseph Alter and Willie p* I BRING HOME THE BREAKSTONE'S! (wise shoppers always do.) Put the best on your table with the Breakstone family of fine dairy products. Ma* dish meal or just a snack...you'11 enjoy pure wholesome goodness that makes te delicious difference. You'll agree... nobody makes dairy products like Breakstone s EXCLUSIVE OFFER! THE SIMI'LY FABUI.OI S ('(M)KUOOK. 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lay. April 30. 1965 Jmlsti fhrtdtnn Page 11-A 'cumenical Statement in Revision Continued from Pg 1-A be New York Times, in a cable its correspondent in Rome junday. said that the draft dec jtion is now being fought at top Is in Ihe Vatican, and is in Ce r of being so diluted as to e its message meaningless. correspondent cited the folMg fads as indications that [declaration faces new chalks, and that changes in its may be made next month, j,g a plenary meeting of the Council Secretariat for Christian | Unity: 1. Th. document had been | passed on to an ad hoc extrai councilor commission of four | prelates, acting as a separate .group instead of being part of the Council, for review of the declaration and for recommending revisions. That body is composed of four prelates, headed by the Rev. Luigi Carli, of Segni, Italy, identified as "one of Hie most ultra-conservative voices in the church." (p. Pepper Will be Guest Speaker May 6 Israel Independence Rally on Beach i Stales Congressman Claude ber will he principal speaker IGreali-r Miami's communitycelebration of the 17th anniary cf Israel's independence fsday night, May 6. 8 p.m., at [Miami Beach Auditorium, onsored by Ihe Zionist Council juth Florida, the giant rally is I and open to the general public. brdu'.L! 1 o Manuel Burstein, fcdent of Ihe Zionist Council. fit is altogether fitting that p. Pepper, who played such a kjor role in fighting for Israel's ^ogniticn by the United States United Nations during his •ice in the Senate, has acceptour invitation," Burstein pp Pepper, twice elected to en-;iom Florida's Third ConLAND ACQUISITION L LOANS and LAND IEVEL0PMENT LOANS %  • %  • specialties at [WASHINGTON FEDERAL There is still plenty of land to buy and build on... WASHINGTON FEDERAL Pioneered in this type o' financing...for information call JE 8-8452 WASHINGTON f) FEDERAL IWttSm LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI BfACH j'01 Mnidiin Ave. • 1133 Notmjndy Dr. <"* Washington Ax • Phono: JE 3-8452 w t. 1671h St. Phono: 945-7675 *"•>"> County Dial Direct: 52M351 l'''* "-0.IH0OK *s*iiir, BAtHMts or Tilt OAHI> gressionel District, served in the Senate from November 4. 1936 to January 3. 1951. and returned to Congress exactly 12 years later. The legislator, who will bo 65 in September, was a stalwart in the Democratic leadership during the se.ond, third and fourth terms of the late President Rcowvelt. and has been a champion of liberal legislation Ihroughcut his career. Admission to the Thursday night rally, although free, is by ticket only. Tickets may be secured from ffiecrs of local units of rladassah, the Zionist Organization of America. Karband. Mizrachi, Pioneer Women. Poale Zion and other cooperating agencies A star-studded entertainment program is being arranged, according to Burnett Roth and Gerald Schwartz, honorary presidents of the Zionist Council and co chairmen of the 17th anniversary celebration. The Miami Beech Auditorium event, Burstein pointed out, will be held on the exact Hebrew calendar anniversary of Israel's independence in 1948, the fifth of [yar, and will coincide with offial ceremonies in the state of Is rael. "It will be an evening of rejoicing over Israel's progress and of remembrance of the hM events which shaped the rebirth of the Jewish State," Burstein asserted Hep. Pepper is a member of the House Banking and Currency Committee, the .Subcommittees o' Domestic Finance. International Finance. International Trade and chairman of the Sub-committee on Tourism. He played a major role in securing federal funds for Dade County's Interama project. A native of Alabama and a graduate of the University of Alabama, he is a graduate of Harvard Law School. As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for some 11 years, he served as chairI man of the powerful Senate Middle East Sub-committee and was a foremost spokesman for the cause iof Israel's establishment. Burstein stressed that there will 'be no fund-raising, solicitations or appeals of any form at the Thursday night celebration. Tony Daryll. featured singing star at the Carillon Hotel, who chew rave notices for his performance in "West Side Story." and SaKva Merrige. mezzo soprano, will headline the entertainment program. Esther Barrett will accompany at the piano Mrs. Arthur Pekelner, honorary president; Mrs. Milton Green, vice president; and Mrs. Manuel Burstein, financial secretary; are serving with Roth and Schwartz as associate chair| men of the community-wide meeting. Members of the Young Ji-deans' dance team will be a special featured attraction. Don Pritchardson, director of t.he Zionist Youth Commission, will present the anniversary selection. This group has reportedly proposed a completely new and shorter text of a declaration which would speak merely of "forgive ness" to the Jews rather than of exonerating them of the deicide charge. Only one member of the ad hoc group. Giovanni Cardinal Colombo. Archbishop of Milan, was reported to have opposed the changes advocated by Bishop Carli. 2. "Highest Vatican authorities" were reportedly in favor of revising the preliminary declaration "to insure its orthodoxy and purity of doctrine" and to safeguard the interests of Roman Catholics in Arab lands who fear their governments would discriminate against them if the declaration is adopted as approved last November. 3. A magazine article by Bish op Carli last month, bluntly asserting that the Jews of Jesus' day did, indeed, bear collective responsibility for His crucifixion. Further, the Bishop wrote that, to the extent that Judaism today constitutes the "free and voluntary continuation" of that of Jesus' time, today's Jews continue to "participate objectively in the responsibility for deicide." 4. A sermon on Apr. 4 by Pope Paul VI illustrating the continued rejection of Jesus by many men by reference to the Jews who "in the end, killed him." Assurances by Vatican spokesmen that this was merely a pastoral reference to scriptural texts without any significance for the declaration have failed to still speculation that it indicated papal adoption of the conservative thesis. 5. Intense diplomatic activity be! tween Arab representatives and the Vatican, the Arabs insisting that the preliminary declaration as it stands would be interpreted as Vatican support of Israel. The four-man commission had been requested by Pope Paul to submit a unanimously agreed-upon document to the next session of the Ecumenical Council. Since no unanimity was achieved, the commission has reportedly passed on its report to the Secretariat for Christian Unity, headed by Augustin Cardinal Bea. The latter has been the chief proponent ot a strong declaration, clearly exonerating the Jews of the deicide charge. The Times reported that highranking churchmen, including Americans, who have asked the Vatican to reassure them that the November draft would not be altered substantively, have received "equivocal answers from the high-, est Vatican sources." people are saying CAMELOT HALL is all leased out. that's not true, there are exac 29 apartments left out of 302. (SORRY WE COULDN'T TELL YOU SOONER-THE FIRST 273 WERE LEASED BEFORE WE COULD GET AROUND TO DOING ANY ADVERTISING!) Word-of-mouth did it. People came, saw, leased and talked. How they did talk-all about unsurpassed ocean front location, luxury features without end, resort facilities, amazingly low rentals. In fact, they're still talking. 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Friday. April 30, 1965 knlsr tkrirfttr Page 5-C portrait of Israel's President Shazar By MOSHE HURWITZ ftebtc Prrsident Yitzhak Ben bisucceedf i in creating the imL of the ideal President of IsS_a combination of stateliness ith simplicity and popularity. when i: became necessary IJ find successor to fill that lofty portuon which has created sash a H rnini('H [or itself in the hearts ^ the people one's eyes were lurnerl to Zalman Shazar, who by dint of his personal traits, his nth and multifarioui past, his wide learning and high spiritual KUinmerifi SUo Ms greal serv-' ]cei to the %  ivement of national ;fUU ?..: i I worthy ol oe topying the uffice Followers 11 Jewish tradition and relign U-I : in iples hold .Mr Shuar in n u lation tor 'nde p ligious tradition. Himsi ,i! rel'gii drunk deeply .it Jj i! i Icarmng iver all it* a mil i %  ions ( loselj the traditional ile, he is a close Itebbe of Luba the stalwarts of c camp see ne oi the first Jew ish Labor who laid i s .. n (l oi ganizational Mi sp ikesman oi Jcwis Si lism at Interna%  lorums Man of Peace The liberal camp and the fighters • %  „ii.l for Jewish and human indcpcndi n:e look upm him as a torch-bearer of the ol br therly love and peace. For Shazar is a man who has been able tn bridsi differences and to bring tin mi age of hope, crea •• an i upbuilding to his lere. has a rich n a rd i Vishu\. as one %  i • dreamers and he participated, late President '.' % %  \ id Ben-Gurion, in i •• gat< tile sit. .•f< re Mr Shazar < ime to Israel in i.r'i A n ol wide inter psts and a i real tori ii ledge, as wi II as a per• tasivc a n d a •< ; % %  he I spi ak< r, Mr Sh 12 ir has b: n scnl 1 n umer us mis ns id m various :ap i< i 1 'vis W tti n exte: si' elj ,.•1 historical, political littrarj ibjects Ti [ether wi.h 1 rmei P Minister David Ben-Gurion, he n presented h! • eountrj at the funeral "i the late Sir Winston 1 liun hill of Great E itain la-t winter -As a number of the Politiral Committee set up by the Zionist General Council, Zalman Shazer particrpati l in all the stage oi the Jewlrh strua de al the I'N f< r the decision to establish a Jewish state When the State emci ed he was appointed lo a cabinet p. ttent m 1 f 'he move.., th situ iti 1 in the Diast ho an ilyzes JewUnyions in the Golah and warn* aeainsl the dang TS threat.., v i '1 existenci I! re v ;, '1 nh r 1 : the Zionist Ex 1 the pi t 12 yi ars, Zal.1 ii IN cemented close • s with the J< wish dispersions 1 h pi 1 mal vlii to many ji wish communities Deeply .on. cerned over the future of Jewish life in the diaspora, his main efforts are directed to Jew i-h education, endeavoring to make it Israel-oriented and to bind it closely with the basic culture of the .lew ish people. As head of the Informal inn Department and later of the Department lor Education and Culture in the Diaspora of the Jewish Agency, he has constantly warned against all threatening dangers, calling for incessant efforts by the Zionist movement and the State in order to en. sure the Jewishness of the young generation in the Diaspora. True tn his principles thai one can not build a future for the Jewish people in the Diaspora without a basic knowledge ol Jewi-li history, shazar is a pioneer in tho field ol Biblical and Jewish historical research zar's historical researches have shown thai the various Messianic movements in Jewry were neces sarj links in the effort at political and national liberation, leading to the emci gence of the s ate ol Israel The lessons drawn by Shazar frcm the Shabbetai Zvi Movement serve as a guiding light also to the present generation, namelj thai Jewish strength lies within ourselves and tl long as internal enemies do no: destroy our own roots, we ha\ e nothing to fear from extern) I foes Identifies With Masses Shazar cculd easily have made a great career for himself in th field of learning and research, but he chose to devote his energies to the interests of the movi ment. which has succeeded In Changing the fate of the present generation. There is hardly any need t 1 point tii the natural trait of sin pticity that is SO deeply ingrained in Zalman Shazar. By his very or igins, upbringing and contacts with the Jewish masses during the greater part of his life, that trail in all itgrace and beauty has b< come ingrained in him. Shazar likes to be with the Jewish mil-es, to -peak to them and to Inspire them. As a faithful follower of Habad Hassidism, winch is by m ture a popular movement, and as a student of Jewish I: lklore an I o| Jewish life and customs, he has deep rods in the simple str. ta ol the Jewish people, and his ear is always attuned to the sor rows and troubles of men and women who come to pour their hearts out to him. His offices in Continued on Page 6-C naratulations /o the STATE OF ISRAEL I 7tn ->''rim Ve r$ary (liarlcs (lianowskv %  anplinicnt; TROPICAL PARK INC SAUL SILBERMAN President



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Page 12-B A Jknlst flcricfiar? Frid Y. A M j ... the coniM Martha barely had tune to tell S. n how id at l< itcited .-lie was about Judy, when thej of( to i'. %  opening "f the State Legislature .-it Talli hassee Surrounded bj the traditional iliiv v in-. Rep. Kenneth Myers, first-time 1. _i>!ator. allowed his mother to press the Emenu-EI Will Celebrate 25th Anniversary Here Temple Emanu-El will hold its r anniversary celebration and installati n ball on Sunday night, May 30, a! theDiplomat llote-1 The function will pay tribute to Joseph Lipton. outgoing president, Max Boderman, incoming president, Jack Carner is chairman of the anniversary ball and treasurer of Temple Bmanu-EI Carner 1a past Chairman of the Combiner! Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami and a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital. JACK CARNER Nautilus Student Wins Contest tptimtsl Zone 13 Oratorical fi hals, bringing together the winners oi the six local Optimist Clubs, was won by Sidney I'ortroy. a ninth p.ra'ler at Nautilus Junior High Si hool. iie represented the Bay Harbor Surfs i timist club as contest winner. Second plase went to David I.itt. a tenth grader at Miami I < %  %  h Sei r H: h School and the winner i f the Nor-lsle Optimist ciub contest Hadassah Oneg Shabbat Mr-, rack Wolf? "in. president, [ 'i !r\-i !.; /,:i'iGroup I f Iladassah. annt IM • an < meg Shabbat to I held at the home of Mrs. J. ( i '-"'in ft?: Byron Ave.. on Seturday Mrs. Jacob D Davis will re'Jews in the Middle Ages." aces button lor his first vote. Now Martha is home tiying to settle down. THE QUARTET IS TOGETHER AGAIN sylvia. who was a Farr. and her husband. Harry Solomon, it Fairtawn, N. V with Irene Farr Schlessinger and Bill Fair, were included in the t. :nih dinner at Myra and Aaron Fair's for the traditional holiday dinner. The old quartet burst into song every time the Hagaddah said so. TO JACKSONVILLE Ida and Fddie Cannier packed their three kids. Howard. Cathy and Carol, into the car and whi/./.eil awaj to Jacksonville to Grandma's house, the Archie Puldys. for Passover dinner and a long weekend. They have bucket seats in their Grand Prix, and everything starts out quite normally, with Ida in the front seat and the chilelren in the back. 'Ihti! gradually, one by one. they start creeping over the little empty -pace between the front two seats; and there they are. all live m the two front bucket seats. DID YOU KNOW? It's not the children this time It's Judge Irving Cypen's wife, Hazel, who was in bed with the measles. It's hard to have the measles when you are no longer interested in coloring books or cutting out paper dolls or using magic foam. At least Hazel got a good rest. Marilyn Mailer's freezer eloor opened, and out popped a frozen roast riglu e>n her toe. Marilyn ih isn't mind the splint. She only feels that it WBS unfortunate that it was a rolled roast that fell out. A -anding rib roast would have been much more glamorous. -.* • v THE KINSMEN A small group within the Pallot clan, consisting of Mrs. Louis Pallot. sisters, nieces, daughters-inlaw and daughter. Barbara (Mrs. Howard) Katzen. call themselves "The Kinsmen." Barbara and the Glorias, one belonging to Honalel Pallot and the Other I;: Norton Pallot. gave a surprise Bon Voyage luncheon at the Crystal House for Mrs Pallot, who is uoing around the world w:,h her husband. Louis, winding up in Israel, where K. Albert Pallot will be installed as first vice presi dint at the international convention of B'r.ai B'rith. H nej and Al will accompany the Louis Pallets on i.heir trip. Globeand airplanes decorated tile luncheon table The' girls put on a gay -kit showing what the traveler would bu\ in each try. It's lucky that -he isn't influenced eas ily. A nests were Mrs MornCantor, Mis. Samuel Soloway, Mrs. Frederick Scher, Mr•' ej'h Perlman ami Mi'Raj Shouger l; VN'CES LEHMAN Jewish Teacher Shortage Viewed The acute shortage ol qualified educational personnel was the subject oi discussion .1' the meeting oi the Teacher Placement committee of the Bureau ol Jew i-h Bdui a ion held Monday. Needed for the coming year are teachers lor Hebrew departments, and particularly for >ne-ila\-a week departments of man) 01 the Jewish sehools. The Bureau is sending out an emergency call to all Jewish teachers and to the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami to recommend qualified candidates. The Bureau is now pi-jparing its annual Teacher Registry listing qualified teachers for placement in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami. The Registry of Hebrew, Sun !aj. and pre-school Jewish teachers will be sent to all Jewish sehools seeking personneL The registry also urges that all placement of eelucational i>ersonnel in all schools come through the central placement service if the Bureau, so that teachers may be properly screened and central focus given to all teacher recruitment c-car Mamber is chairman oi the Teacher Placement Commit tie oi the Bureau Other nembers include Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Mrs Joshua Shtadlan, Mrs 1. 0 i> Bran deis, Dr, Isaac Unterman, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director "I the Bureau Runners-up were Jeff Farber, David Galbut, Barry Miller and Eli Mizrahi. Each contestant spoke on the subject, "Optimism — Spirit of Youth." Sidney Pertnoj will represent Zl tie I". ..t the Florida or,, torn-.'! contest being held in conjunction with the Optimist state convention \^ nter Park. From there, the -tate winni r oei to the international convention .it New Orleans. Scholarships are awarded to the finalists The contest was 1 l this year DJ [.I Gchairmen of the Temple Israel Forum, have announieel that John K. Galhraith. Norman Cous£yp e *. schwori En gagemenHj Mr .,ini \i rs ,. I 2375sw thS.S2A Li wam %  > otKT '/ ,ll r i : '"HI the l at nA want studen %  'he i-„ IV *?] "here %  ,, %  rccejv(i • Freshman Award forsasl ~\ h %  •i'liwtnia also n member of M.T Delta Honor Sorieh iJ '"' attendiag the'oT Pennsylvania, studvin, gieni •-, 8 4 Mr SchwarU, also a 1 School ar.s l nivcrs tj ,1 Florida Ot Pi [Jl Fraten |\ and P: MJ Pnj* iety He will 1 ft (in the University ol % %  Juni and mter 1 I uate I x %  ". dati j Israeli Costume Nig Israeli costume! 'd Ih' v "I' V ;-; JJUJ lion i at israet] Night on Saturday, : j %  B h Mnshe ConptgaWj Moshe isal 13530 \v Dixie BJ M ins, Dr Henry Kit j ip Bur on have nexl year's series. MORRIS & RUTH IERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN PARKING FACILITIES ER Catering for All OCCJWI Established in 145 FAMOUS JE 1-3987 MIAMI BEACH aum DINNERS Si:ilYi:i DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. I WfW.ll.VI' TERRACE HOT Catering Department ir STARLIGHT BALLROOM WEDDINGS • BAR MIUVAHS • MWFH STRICTtY KOSHER FACII ITIE^ AVAIIAE.E UNDER SUPERVISION Of RAEBI IIB08 H l"" a, FR 9-3791 CALL ss Shirley, Cv1 HAROLD PONT .10a • *•""' RD ^._, <.OIUM> ami IMIM %  MMM KOSHER CATEKE R11 I %  %  from hors d'oeuvres to a ....co OtS I 170 N.W. 5th ST.. 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A-"1965 Jenis* florid/an Paqe 9-A wrguiba Pushes Peace Campaign CMKCID WITH fOMtNTING DISUNITY PAG£ LA i[\, President I. „ Jba <>f Tunisia 11 t ;. k hh one-man fc„., i, -1 ide !'"• Arab their dream of I, ,.. seek instead a Red r %  .. i, he proposed i,j 0l i id by the Arab T i i r n i.'lia'e a ||( 111 ime neutral capiconditiora ho Eor Arab agreeL e %  • -al even he adI,,. oably would re; pr : sal. Ls public call for negstia[lit proposed that Israel ac.. United Nations partition Irmtr.daliors of 1947. One of would require Israel to hip territory it seized in reArab invaders in the 1948 nd return to the original Ijaries proposed in the UN L-nendaiions for separate [.nd Jewish states in mandated Palestine. The other would commit Israel to permit the Arab refugees either a return to their pre-1948 homes and properties or Israeli compensation. In a related develcpment, he ;:!d a Christian Science M inltor correspondent that he could nol accept a propos il male by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Mir the-' e come to Israel to act as a mediator for the negotiations he '.'.MS proposing. Mrs Minmade ler proposal in an interview with ."i Israeli journalist uhich wan M adcast trom Tel Aviv on Apr. IG. He explained his rejection by ic irin-^ that "Only Palestine Arabs" were qualified to negotiate on thi r fate" and he was not ne i f them, lie posed the qu< -ion: "Would Mrs. Meir accept h"s compromise solution of returning to legality within the framework of United Nations decisions? Ii I were an Israeli." he told the correspondent, "I would so so. It would be a compromise which %  vould make possible bath cooperation and coexistence." He asserted that if Israel "would agree to negotiate on this basis, the Palestine Arabs themselves and other representatives cf the Arab people can negotiate with then-." He repeated statements he had made previously durirg visits to Jordanian Jerusalem and Beirut that the Arabs cculd not presently win a war against Israel. lie I >rmcd the current dispute over Arab announced intentions to divert the headquarters of the dan River and thus deny its waters to Israel as a "secondary" matter which would disappear "like e h. %  Arab-Israeli disputes" it a basic compromise solution was 81 hieved. The Jordan waters could become an clement of cooperation.'' He suggested thai perhaps a sort i.i Gallup poll might determine whether the Arabs were really as rpposed as '.hey sounded to his Call for moderation. For his "distinguished volunteer services" in behalf of Variety Children's Hospital. Zev Bufman. of Coconut Grove Playhouse (center), receives the hospital's Appreciation Award. The plaque presentation is made by Harold Dunsky (riqht), director of the hospital development program, shown with Mrs Dunsky, as they attended a recent performance of Gershwins "Porgy and Bess." wish Floridian Readers j7 682 or Broward NORTH CAROLINA Ci~) Osceola a: •> through 13— fed %  %  Strict 8U Uon • and operated b) I ruin B. Marshall, principal. For information call III 5-3585. Comp Judaea Bovs and Ciiris—Located in Strict kashruth CAMP PINEWOOD ip Pine-wood is located in sonville. N.C., and is under u/e.'iint Dr. and Mrs. Mi,:. %  • ;. .n and Mr. and Eh Mclttt • Bblf • children ages 5 to Jere are two sessions: for flweeks, June 26 to Aug. 20; ur v coks, July 23 to Aug. 20. ured ai %  • jolt, tennis, football Bseball. eaure lore, camp tri; hikes, music action, an I dramatics. on the program are photcgall u ter s|x>rt>. archery bath services and choir are [ ind tutoring is ofIs, such as reret i, i. u math and HeI been under the I i : directorship of For Henderson ville, ibserved. For local information. DirectOI Frank Fa.benbloom. 945-9665 Miami; or Don I'richason, L'N 6-067:! or 799-4389: or write 50 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Ga. • f. Camp Highlander Highlands—Boys and girls 7 to 14, write Larry J. Pedicord. 1501 NE 62nd St.. Ft, LauderdaJc Fla. Blue Star Camp Girls and Boys 7 to 17—Located in Hendersonville. Write to Herman 51. and Harrj G. Popkln, lioo i rescent Ave. N.E.. Atlanta. C.a In Greater 'Miami area contact Mrs. I.i! Rosen. IK 1-8205: Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 or HI 6-0817; or. and Airs. Irving Bernstein. I UN 6-3244: Ham Kaplan. \V.\ 2 1162 or WA 3-1577. Camp Pinewood Located in Hendersonville. Fur nd Mel:/ers for rs ;., kitchen are unle siun Of a trained an, meals are well1 \ lied to allow for All baking is n %  uses. situated on rolling 1.4U0 feet above sea int of the :ampus >' A private Lake Luana. which are arranged the m i o bui! lings which ccmthc camp Information is We t 535 W 30th St.. Miami hoys and girls, ages 5-17. Directors. Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michaelson. MO 7-1808, MO 7-9781 and Mr. and Mis. Eli Meltzer, JE 8-8696. directors for past eleven years. For brochure, Camp Pinewood. 53S W. 30th St.. Miami Beach. PENNSYLVANIA Pine forest Camp In the Pocono Mountains — 4'i; hours from Miami Airport to camp by plane and car. Separate facilities for Boys and Girls 6 to 16. For information and brochures contact Fithian Studio of Dancing and Drama. JE 1-7883. or Theda Shapiro. 238-0864. EMANU-EL SUMMER CAMP Temple Emanu-EI is accepting reg tration for its Summer Day Camp, which will open on June 14 ter its eiglf'i consecutive year. Milt o n Feinstein, director, anrounced. The camp is under the personal guidance of Dr. Irving Lehi man. The synagogue centered camp places special emphasis on proIgiamming in Jewish cultural and spiritual value.-, with a well-roundied athletic program, field trips, dramatics, singing and dancing A well-trained staff under the direction of "Uncle Miltie," history teacher at Miami Beach High .-•.lit 1. is in charge of all activities Campers are provided with a beverage at lunch time, as well as a mid-morning and aiternon snack, and bus transportation to and from camp. A hot lunch is optional. Fur'.her information may be obtained from the Temple office at 1701 Washington Ave. CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A ClffESf VCf HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. OUR 12th SEASON BOYS & GIRLS 3rd 10th GRADES IN THI PICTUKtSQUt BlUt R/DGf MOUNTAINS $465-8 WEEKS $245-4 WEEKS • ALL THE USUAL CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming Instruction & Canoeing — Dramatics — Nature Study — Camp-Outs — Etc. • A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUt CAMPERS Israeli Folk Dancing and Singing Discussion Groups — Special Projects. • SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will Participate for Entire Season. • 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 50 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION Sponsored By Hadassah and Zionist Oraaniiation of America An Outstanding Mountain Camp in the Pocono Mts. of Pennsylvania PINE FOREST CAMP 34 GREELEY-PIKE COUNTY. PA. 4 Hours from Miami Airport to Camp by Plane and Car YCARS WITH THE SAME fAMILY LEADERSHIP-UNCLE HUGHIt BLACK ••Nnne So Wise As the Experienced." 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rael Marks 17th Anniversary May 6 •Jewish Flor idiari Florida. Friday. April 30. 1965 Section C if r Isrcc-i Water Carrier will brinq water from a ol Galilee to the parched Neqsv. The Ice-like artery, which meanders down a [th o: ISO miles of country, carries 250 milcubic me'3rs of water annually. Israel has built thiL National Water Carrier in full Txord v.'ith the Unified Water Plan drawn up for the reqion in 1955 by the late Ambassador E:ic Johnston of the United States, then Presiden' Eisenhower's special representative. HE ROSE TO THE HEIGHTS FROM THE RANKS evi Eshkol: Man Behind is Country's Development IM l-Mikul was born Levi ilnik in Oratoro, in the Kiev fi>t l R issia. on Oct. 25. lit' n e-c wd a traditional ed|ii n and later continued his in Vilna. an Important fr 11 z.i nist activity, wb re nc I the Zionist Yout i MoveIt '..• here, too, that K.-hABOUT THE MAN > %  :> -W anniversary of in 1 tails mi the til 'i ilu' Hebrew month 'I luyear. :he date is 6 )n June 2t>. 196.1. Levi Esh•k ofitcp as Prime Min%  nee then, his record 'vernenl has been I j one success after o'h : D,i the eve of the nivi rsary of the State I'' Mr. F kcl can look ese aei implis-hnong (.Hi, rs, during I ng jear: • il mee ing with 1 Johnson and offl"'-' Ol the United States "'nmcnl I r .some ten Meetings with Fr e nrh '"lent Charles de Gaulle l! ''it !) Piime M!nit er 1 I Wi' m. I-Ma" li-bre .1 Ol d<*nl at Brussels be11 Is-ael and the Euro non Market. ku'. met the late Yosef Sprinzak, wh i h 'Ip.-il lay the IJTOUn Iwoi k [or the young man's subsequent decision to settle in Palestine. Eshk 1 reached Jaffa at the beginning cl 1914 and from '' % % %  n went to Petach Tikva, where he began work as an agricultural laborer. He was elected to the Workers Committee in Petach Tikva. and his first -economic" job was manager of the workers' kit hen in the village. Afterwards, he was among the founders of the "Avoda" group, which carried out agricultural work on a contractual basis, and as a m< mher of tin-, gr ii'p he worked on the lands if Atai t and Kiryat Anavim— two set.I •ments ne< %  Jerusalem. Mets Bcn-Gurion li was during World War I that he became a member of the Young Worker movement, which later I • cam. a part of Mapai. the Israel Labor Party. He also joined the Jewish Lesion, where he met David Ben C.urion lor the first time. He served two yi a in tin 40th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, together with Eliahu G 1. nl) and Dos llos (pioneers < r Haganah. the Jewis i defense .-.nii/ati. -in. Yitzhak Ban Zvi Ccntinued on Page 2-C h.: 1 ; this man of such dy pmc purpose and diplomaThe b'ograpby I Levi %  utcl htrewith presented l |s Ihe story. Celebration Highlights Mounting Tensions In Foreign Relations Ties By HAIM YAHIL The seventeenth year ot Israel's i xistence. celebrated this year May'6, was marked by great tension in ihe field t-l its foreign relations. Ths hopes that many had pinned the | revious year on the thawing ol international tension as a result of the Moscow Agreement ol 1963 on the banning of nuclear tests have so tar not matt rialized. Ten ion is. in tact, rising in the various sensitive • pots in the world, especially in Southeast Asia and in Congo. The crisis in international relatii iialso tends to undermine the au.hc.-ity of the United Nations. Such developments on the interi ional scone :an only increase the concern about the situation in the Middle Bast. For even when a certain relaxation in WOl'ld illations was imminent, doubts were still gnawing at the heart as to w h e t h e i such mitigation would take place also in the Middle East. Nasser's dictatorial and expansive regime in Egypt remains today, as in years past, the focus of unrest in the Middle Bast, Balance of Power II i> he who inflated tension in the region to the extent of up 'etting the balance ol power and oi threatening war. It is he who has protracted the war in Yemen for the third year now, and who is preventing a settlement of the dispute it is he who is the principal factor in fanning unrest in A d e n. as well as in the Arab ,u ikdoms, and in the Sudan. It is he who is playing such a leading role in fanning civil war both in Cyp.'US and in the Congo. It is he heads the political strife and the preparations for a possible militar] showdown against Israel. Tine. Nisser do.; not want war V ii.'i Israel s l long as he thinks Israel is strong enough to bring bin defeat. But lather than choose the path of abatement and of reducing differences, he has embarked en the road ol increased armaments. and is instigating the other Arab states to espouse a policy ol wild adventure against Isiael. He is also extrting unrestrained pressure on other states to submit to the boycott of Israel. The serii us eel nomic crisis under which Egypt is laboring as a result ol Nass r's militar) adventures in Yemen, and ol his exaggerated armaments policy, did not induce Na.-iei to desist from his danger ous machinations and to concen tiate on restoring his country ., my and its development; ii only succeeded in increasing untrammelled aggi essiveness National Water Carrier In the past year. Israel c inplet ed the Hi -t stage cl the Nal Water Carrii r, tin lai gest devel cpmont project in the history of the country. The completion of th'i enterprise is not only an ee i.nomic and engineering feat of ihe greatest magnitude, it is also a political achievement ol pri mary importance, sinethe Arab States aim primarily against ii at Is de\ elopmenl a n d against the expansion of her absorptive capacity ol immigration in the future. The Arab State-; could not stop the implementation ol this project, SO they have divided to sabotage it by arbitrarily deflecting the .Ionian tributaries in Syria and in the Lebanon. One can not know with any measure ol certaintj whether the Arab States actually intend investing hundreds of millions of dollars in a project that can bring no benefit to themselves but only harm the State of Israel. The Israel Government, however, has deemed itself called up in to makeit clear to them and to the w hobworld that it would regard anj infringement ol its water rights as an infringement of its iron tiers and would take action ac cordingly. 'Ihe state ol Israel will not permit it. development to be dependent on the good will, or the animosity of her neighbors Isiael is convinced that the safest guarantee for the preservaContinued on Page 13-C VISION NOW A REALITY National Water Works Source of Great Pride Israelis are apt to wax lyrical when they gel onto the subject it their rccently-completi d National Water Carrier. They speak i : ii is the "fulfillment of a (beam ol many decades" and as the realization cf the Biblical prophecies about streams flowing in the descri and the wilderness being transf. med into a garden. It is t!ie understandable rea.tion of a people by long tradition water-minded, surrounded an every side by pi rters exhorting them to "Save Water!" Semi-Arid Country For Israel, a long narrow strip t f territory on the Eastern Mediterranean seaboard, is a semiarid country whose winter rainfall is fairly ample in the north i-io Inches in an average year). sparse lU the centre 18 inches 1 and dwindle to almost nothing iii the south (I 1/4 inches.! Of it. 8,000 square miles, only about one quarter is arable, being depend cut on irrigation for sound cultivation. The bulk ol thh potentially cultivable land is in thtarid S ut'n. a h iar ular-shaped desert called the Negev, which covers half of the country, wide open spaces. go id soil and r.J water -that is what Ihe Negev consists of. Fot ye: s. Israel planners have been [coking to this desert; and what they saw in their mind's eye was a granary. Now, something of that vision is being made into a reality. What the planners sought to do, and what they ac.uaUy accomplished in June of la t year, was to initiate a How ot surplus waters In m the north to the dry south. It -s in hilly Callilee that most ol the country's waiter resources are In be I und, their total annual average being estimated at 1.5O0 Continued on Page 6-C ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL Suar 5 1948--196S J\4*u 6



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Poqe 12-A • Jen /#> fhrkiian Will Cite Federation Chiefs The 27th annual meeting of the Greater Mir mi Jewish Federation abined Jewish Appeal will edera ion President Sidney Leicdurt'a three t< • •. UM Pedi rati I Dr. Ir. Lehm.an for < ful years ;.<• %  •-,' sign i : the 1S64 IKS CJA me. men1 pi the dual trii te, u hdeh i I tal place on Sat i. relay evening, Maj 22, .t the Ylf-YWHA, 8500 SW 8t!i St *as nade bj David B. Fleeman, chairman ol il annual meeting and CJA Victory Dinner P-ince Com • e "This year's annual meeting will be most significant because of our justly-deserved testimorials to Sidney Lefcourt and Dr. Lehrman for dedicated and selfless service to our Federation, 0ishop Carroll, Mrs. Finkelstein Chosen Continued from Page 1-A I as ;t was — to • support 'if civil rights pr dom of ;. ment, education, ; director of liarn' irce .i' Florida Atlantic University there Prior to 1962. he \ as employed with the Dade Counts Board oi Instruction chairman rf the Spech l>< | artmenl and de f the D •> Junior el liter. lie is tin .: "The Florida Stdry-Highe| Educajion/i ami has v %  •••". exfl i .. "i Audi eti in" the "National Physical EducaBS and MS de i Boston i .' %  i rsitj. and was >sical mus lirector for sev• B -' >i :.. lio statioi i %  i iO's, served, and still serves as chairman of the IB-member Dade County Mf-tio Community Relation Board, which he first prop:sed and helped organize. The late President Kennedy publicly singled out Dade County for the work of its Metro Community Relations Board. Bishop Cam 11 also i> one of three Dade County Citizens who were appointed by President Johnson as number; oi the newly-created Citizens Con nittee tor Community Relations, The Silver \u oaliian Award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews was presented to Bishop Carroll 'Miring the annual Brotherhood Dinner here in February. The award iupresented in absentia. Bishop Carroll was on official business in Brazil this week. Mrs Finkelstein is a lending clubwoman and civic worker ltere .vie v. as last Sunday installed for a second term as president of the Greatci Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committe. In July. 1963. she received the Outstanding Alumna Award of Alpha Bpsilon I'.u Sor rity for Commumtj Service She was foundes li n t df the sororitj 's ter at the University oi .Miami. • I •v nnivt in Fcbni.il> Active in many community affaiis, Mrs. Finkelstein served five terms as president of th? Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida. She is chairman of the Dade County Quality Education Committee, which produced the first report in more than a decade on hew to improve the county school system. Mrs. Finkelstein is on the board i : Traveler's tod & let) \ -i iation ol I"niversitj Women and I mal v'isi loi Permanent judges for the annual li< ebe, managing i Miami H< raid; Rail h ck. vice i %  in charge of i i .'•-. U'l \ .1 an I 1 %  '; %  i K Shochet, pi I lislu i oi Thi sh Floi ii ian. to cur community, and to men, women, and children overseas who cou.it on us for a life of freedom and dignity," Fleeman said. "It is most fitting that our dinner meeting tike place at the n?v.est Federation affiliated facility in air community, the Y.M and YWHA he added. Assisting Fleeman in key posi tii ns on the Dinner Committee will be a nun utstanding leade a 'ii and in comm.mal vity l)r Joseph P .\arot will e i toast master lor the even lack Katzman and Mrs. i man are c -chairing i \.:angi mei iCommittee Mrs. ton B G< tdsU in wiH be | i airman, and Mrs Sol Goldin will serve as ch lirman of nstess he Dinner t e mmitI--I include Leoj Mrs Jack Ablin, Mrs. William I Bren11 r, Joseph Cohen, Leo EISJ ..-• ..: saron Farr, Paul Faske M Char!"Ft i M rg. Marshall Harris, Mrs Daniel Neal Heller. Also. Mrs. L; n Kaplan. Mrs Inez Krensky, Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr. Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, Sam Pollock, Fred K Shochet. Mrs S Silverman. Harold Tfaurman, Mrs. Howard Trinz and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. ,M Presentation of a beautifully-illus::. • is made to Jacob Rabinowitz. of Be. Iskradi Irvinq Lehrman. chairman of the 19c: Combined Jews' peal. Rabinowitz has been a leader in the Greater MinU ish Federation and in the Jewelry Group of Cerr.c.-.e:'" Appeal for the last 25 years, and also in Temple fc: where Rabbi Lehrman serves ai spuiiual .eccer. Yeshiva to Get Kennedy Fund? NEW YORK — IJTAI — An agreement for cccpcntion in the expansion of rcsear.h and education for mentally retarded children was signed here this week by Dr. Samuel Belkm. president ol Y< hi va University, and Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop oi N w York, in hicaoacit) ahead of the governing board of the Kennedy the -' Child Study Center conducted in lie I • •• ij fiis city by the Catholic Charities Participating in the ceremony Um .rwnwt, were Sargent Shriver. direct r of "> Einstein M the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity, who is also director of tic* the Joseph P Kenned) Jr Founds ir.elpetl tion. and S ti r Patricia, i Imi isi rratrr of a day care center nAere I *%( il* m* -*?/ K /< r *4v. Cohen JV/V Post Meelinc Harrj il Cohen Surfside—Bay Harbor Auxiliary, Jewish War VetB, held a regular meeting meeting las) week at the Surfside < ommunity Center. fe Cover the Waterfront at Ask The Man from Equitable about Circle E Group plans Dial FR 1-5691 SIDNEY'S! 'KRAEMER PLAZA BLDG. The EQUITABLE life Assurance Society of the United Stales VHK.NT ^ NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTIONc Ilie Moorings — already the success story ol 1965. Spacious condominium apartments gracing a prestige waterfront location. across from the Diplomat Presidential Golf Course and the exclusive Sky Lake residential area. Original floor plans luxurious carefree features ... complete recreation dub i sauna baths Near fine shops, restaurant! and houses ol w Viail The Moorings today. Don't miss a single detail *' .-. An S p unity ol I ni -'' MS. %  itvtimt <^a^ mug •ting. |oorings Fashionable Watt rfront Condominium Apartments lMrl-"' %  1101 M.. g | ^ >orih Mlsm l!,;nh ili.iini '" I.



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April 30. 1965 +Jen1sti rhrMirir Page 13-A orld Leaders Recall Warsaw Ghetto nu ed from Page .1-A ment to the Unknown JewI Rev Msgr. Riquet. dean e'Dame. preached the serfoe centuries-old cathedral. £ had himself been imin a Nazi concentration mat ,ne war In ^ pres y^ President, he preached • recalling these "days of ,!•! terror." and led a prayed! those, whatever their med, who vanished into nighl hbile, M Pompidou, accomPierre Messmer, MinDefense, and Jt-an SainI jgti 11 war Veterans, jn ie ceremony at the m to the Unknown Jewish [Walking down a lny lane tell war veterans, whose I their flags, and iounded a dirge, the i Hanked by a Pres %  Guard ol Honor in full uni|i rds drawn, laid a idiil of the nioiiuurcith was inscribed i ie Prime Minispssrds of persons stood at oduring the rites. Many perl concentration camp s Chief official Jewish po-its were Grand Rabbi iKapian and Baron Guy de lh Id, president of Fonds jju'f Unifie. The traditionfor the dead was recit|c cantor. Similar services dd in cities and towns hojt France. Special prorecalling the Naii terror presented on the French II radio and television netpers ins meanwhile jhaftesbury Theatre Remembrance Day honoring the martyrs of r.\ i;'i> i i uprising ff 22 fci> and celebrating also the i ary of the liberation lot the most notorious Nazi pmps like those at Belsen hau. Prominent non-Jews 8< iii am mg them Sir J n< • Britain's Attorney weaker at the ttinction inCommander K Ashe Linae Polish-Jewish Kx-ServAssi :iation, which was he principal sponsors of the event, along with leading represenjtatives of the other co-sponsoring J groups, including the Board of i Deputies of British Jews and the British section of the World Jewish i Congress. A message from Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, stated that "Jews of the present generation must, again and again, recall the tragedy of the Nazi era, the significance of which ; has not yet been realized. Meetings like this one must serve as warn! ings to all peoples of the world that they must protect freedom." A large rally marking the 22nd anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising was held in New York under the auspices of the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Organization. Those participating also paid homage to the memory of the 6, 000.000 Jews killed in the Nazi holocaust. A resolution was adopted urging the construction of a suit able memorial in New York City to honor the Jewish victims of the Nazis. The main speaker at the event was Judge Michael A. Musmanno, one of the jurists who participated in the Nuremberg War Crimes Trial. Rabbi Israel Moushowitz, former president of the New York Board of Rabbis, also addressed the gathering. ''"'"• dalti-dayi of the -WitaUnl English daUt I** l 196T-Jewish holi1 Calendar absolutely free !'kr Mders M< mtion name fbneation when writing. J*t-card or letter to: — •Heinz Co.. Dept. J2, Box Pittsburgh. Pa. 15230. 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 festival Dinner 2, Nation; 1 ChilHospital, held a dinner, featuring %  < mes, mi Sunday ii tion was held in teria, 1475 N\V 12th r^ER HEBREW-ENGLISH fNDAR LIKE THIS ONE! M "O OUR READERS! 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 ment. It is row land, divided by survey into 1, 2, S and 10 acre tracts. It will not be in demand lor development next month or next year — but by 1970 it could be as valuable as any residential land in Dade or Broward counties. It is in Broward County, just north of the Dade County line, 5,000 teet from an area where lots (not acres; are selling for £10,000 and up, as recently recorded. It is directly in the path of westward and northward growth; close enough to Greater Miami to be strongly affected by it, yet subject to Broward's lower taxes. Arterial trafficways have 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 $15,000,000 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



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Page 6-C *Jen l*t Her Mian Friday, April 30. 1961 Border Outposts Built for Defense Within the netwe Continued from Pag 4-C the sea warmth and water make heavy soil which is beneath level yield abundant crops. The second border outpost was established in th\> hills of Irron. guarding one of the oldest thoroughfares which connects t "no Emek Jesreel with the coastai plain. The Roman legions passed through it. Napoleon's army in 1799. and the British troops in 1918 under Gen. Allenby when they conquered Palestine. I n 1962. the construction of an access road to the tcp of the eastern hill range was begun, which closely hugs the border at a length of seven miles. As soon as the way was open for the large bulldozers and rooters, reclamation work started on some of the 2.000 acres earmarked lor the first Jewish settlement of the region—MeAmi. The name has a double connotation: literally, it means "Waters of my People.'' pointing to the element so essential for life in this country in general, and for farming in particular. But it also recalls Miami. Fla.. where JNF supporters have undertaken to raise S5 million for the Irron region development. Yet another mountain was conquered in the same way—Gilboa. David, the Psalmist, cursed Mt. Gilboa after the tragic outcome of the battle against the Philistines when King Saul and his son, Jonathan, were slaughtered. "No dew and no rain upon you Mt. Gilboa." he exclaimed. Since then, many battles have been fought on the mountain which controls the strategic road from north to south, where foreign armies marched at all epochs of history. Second Liberation The last battle there was fought in Israel's War of Liberation. Mt. Gilboa represented the most advanced position of the Arab Legion which held its sway over National Water Carrier Project President Shazar pears today. as he apPresident Continued from Page 5-C the Jewish Agency building are always besel b> Hassidim, members ni the old Yishuv and new immigrants t<> all of whom he lends an attentive ear and exti nds a helping hand. In accordance witft the laws of Israel, Zalman Shazar was elected by the Knesset, but there can be no doubt that he has been the eh ice of the whole people. Even those members of the Knesset who did not vote lor him withheld their support out of political party considerations and not because they bad anything against his personality. Continued from Page 1-C million cubic meters. Seventy per. cent of this was already exploited before the giant new southbound conduit to the Ncgev was built, and now. with its operation, much of the remaining 30 percent is being utilized. Yet. even with this additional amount, there is sufficient water to Irrigate only about -to percent of the country's potentially arable land, it will thus be understood why Israel Is casting about for other, less conventional means of bolstering its water supply, experiments in sea water conversion being i ne of itmajor preoccupations. Water t" the Negev is being pumped from Lake Kinneret. a natural reservoir entirely within Israel territory and the only substantial water resource still available for exploitation. It has been overcome by meanni two giant pumping stations augmented by smaller booster stations which lift the water into and along the conduit From the point of intake at Eshed Kinrot on the Lake Kinneret shore, to the operational reservoir at Beil L'etufa in Lower Galilee, a distance of more than twenty miles, the water flows in an open canal which winds along the contours of the rocky hills. Constructive Venture It crosses two deep canyons and traverses three ridges through which tunnels have been pierced. to a combined length ol six miles. The water then enters an underground pipeline of 108 inch-diameter, mostly along the coast, all the way to the northern Negev. This snake-like artery meanders down the length of the country Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 17th ANNIVERSARY Carl Weinkle WEINKLES STORES Leo A. Chaikin LIQUOR INC. 24 STORES IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 \\l. INSTALL GLASS %  •on iviitv PI UPON*:: STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specially for 150 miles, crossing and inter connectinn along i'.s way all regional s> stems, thus making central coordination and distribution possible. Not all the 350 million cubic meters of water which are to be annually pumped southwards from Lake Kinneret rep resent a net increment in water availability. A certain amount has to be employed to replenish resources now in use which, because of over-pumping and successive years of drought, have been seriously depleted, particularly in the central districts. The Israel National Water Car rier. as the project has come to be called, is by any standard, an impressive development enterprise, and particularly for a countrv anew and as small as Israel, which has a population ol barely 2,500,000, Israel has pointed out time and again that it is a purely constructive venture which in no way infringes on the water rights and need.oi .my neighboring Arab country Indeed. Israel has built its National Water Carrier in full accord with the Unified Water Plan drawn up for the whole region in 1955 by President Eisenhower • special r e p re s e ntative, the late Ambassador Eric Johnston, a a plan accepted on the technical level by experts of all the Arab States concerned with the .Ionian River water system The llashennte Kingdom of Jordan is pursuing its own national water scheme based on that plan — the diversion of the River Yannuk, the Jordan's major tributary' whose flow is almost equal to that of the main river. the roads connecting the flourish ing villages in the valleys. Ten boys fell in the fierce struggle, but most of the mountain remained in Israel's bands. In 1963, the JNF hberated the mountain a second time— from the curse of desolation. A road was carved out of its rocky slopes and 2.5 million trees have since been planted. When at test a settlement was established. Maaleh Hagilboa. Mr. David Ben-Gurion. then Prime Minister, sent a message to the dedication ceremony paraphrasing King David's lamentation: "Tell it in Gath and let it be known in the streets of Astikelon. that Israel's youth have settled in the Mountains of Gilboa; let your sisters and your mothers triumph, for the shield of the Mighty is not cast away." On the "Roof of Galilee," where the Lebanese border makes a sharp turn and the hills are steep ami rocky, is the outpost of Biranit. Here stood once a fortress of the Hasmonean King Alexandei Yanei In our days. too. this region proved of strategic importance—it has been the site of the battle for the liberation of Galilee In Israel's War of Independence Historical Sites Biranit is the first settlement to be set up within the Caliban development program. According to the plan, it is to become the rural center for the entire region. One thousand acres are to be re claimed by the young soldier settlers; approach roads are being built, forests are befng planted and even the ancient oak trees, now degenerated Into low brush. are being restored to their original beauty by adequate equip ment. Another historical poinl at the border famed for its associations with the llasmoneanis the Modi'in area Remnants of terraces dating back thousands of years bear witness to the one-time pn • perity of this region, which was the birthplace ot the Maccabees. Any way you figure it... THE FINEST WELCOME ^4 TO GREATER MIAMI I IS WELCOME x WAGON A visit irom our hosttss will main you leel tt home, with her basket of gifts and answers to questions about the city, its services and facilities. Just call iWel come HI 8-4994 Morris Orlin, founder ^W^W^WA^/^W* 4 WUCOME NEWCOMCRSt UM Ihii coupon to III ol know you're hotf. Ntm City Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me. I would like to subscribe to The Jewish Floridion. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Oept., M.P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Flo. require-1 ork of now ,-o one leads to ,| lr tombs Maccabees right on the JorJ border, named for the -| ncmie considerations alone catil not be the decisive factor, Thel need to exploit to a maximum thel land area of Israel has to go handl in hand with security ments. All these outpost,,t presentbe-l iiifi manned by the Army Pioneer! Settlers Corps will one day be-f come self-sufficient auricuitu:a|| settlements, run by civilian' farmers, whether on a collectiveI or cooperative basis, kibbutz orl moslKiv. to be decided later A the course of the next fouryears.l the Jewish National Fund will^l up five more such border out [ posts one on the Lebanese bor.l der. one on the Syrian border,! and three on the Jordanian bc>r-| der. No Man's Land One of them neai Y be ready by November this I —to bolster the di : %  I "narrow waist" of Israel, the Jordan border ionh 121 • from the sea Foi tpos | the .INK ill prep; re the 11 construct 'lie toads ani I houses. In addition the Fui participate in Ihe i stablishment of I three more outp -'in thi Xegei I —one on tin I two in the A | with Jordan This program requires esl ing 5,000 a< res ol kilometers ol water and ele I tt> lini I building the I ns< Fron very beginnii I have a re living so as tunfor; where prev iouslj frontiers in wl no man's land TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL AND ITS SUPPORTERS WE EXTEND OUR WARMEST REGARDS AND HIGHEST PRAISE FOR THE MANY ACCOMPLISHMNTS IN THE 17 YEARS SINCE THE REBIRTH OF THE NATION PAUL H. 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rael Marks 17th Anniversary May 6
fe wish Flor idian
Florida. Friday. April 30. 1965
Section C
prael Water Carrier will brinq water from
ic. oi Galilee to the parched Negsv. The
r irtery, which meanders down a
o; ISO miles of country, carries 250 mil-
U .. me'3rs of water annually. Israel
ha<5 built thi-_ National Water Carrier in full
Tcxord with the Unified Water Plan drawn up
for the region in 1955 by the late Ambassa-
dor E:ic Johnston of the United Stales, then
Presiden' Eisenhower's special representative.
HE ROSE TO THE HEIGHTS FROM THE RANKS
kvi Eshkol: Man Behind
\is Country's Development
was born Levi
nik .:. o .,; i o, iii the Km v
p "i Russia, on Oct. 2ft.
He :< ccivid ;i traditional ed-
p'1 later continued his
in \ ilna. an important
? I '/' nisi activity, wh re
I"'' I the Zionist Yout i Move
" here, loo, that K-\
\AB0UT THE MAN
i anniversary of in
'"l< i' tails nn the til 'i
the Hebrew month
This year, '.lie date is
6.
June 26. i * ofuce as Prime Min-
nee Ihen, his record
ver.icnl has been
one success after
1 i the eve of the
anniversary of the State
I' kol can Ic .k
esc .-- ':vtp!ih-
! othi rs, during
. ns ..esr.
kol met the late Y iscl Sprinz ik,
wh h ;lped lay the groundwork
tor the young man's subsequent
decision to settle in Palestine.
Eshto 1 reached Jaffa at the be-
ginning i I 1014 and from lh< n
wcnl t<> Petach Tikva. where he
bepan work as an agricultural la-
borer. He was elected to the
Workers Committee in Petach
Tikva, and his first "economic"
job was manager of the workers'
kit hen in the village. Afterwards,
he was among the founders of the
"Avoda" group, which carried out
agricultural work on a contrac-
tual basis, and as a number of
this gr -I'l) he worked on the lands
. : v ii i and Kiryal Anavim
sci;l 'nients ne<. -l< rusalcm.
M-ets Bcn-Gurion
It was during Wor! I War I that
i became a member of the
Young Worker movement, which
later I canu a part "I Mapai, the
Israel Labor Party. He also join-
ed the Jewish Legion, where he
met David Ben-Gurion tor the
first time, lie served two years
in ilu 40th Battalion of the Royal
Fusiliers, together with Ellahu
(i I. nli and DOS Hos (pioneers
( i Hasranah. the Jewh i defense
i-gunizatU.nl. Yitzhak Ben Zvl
Ccntinued on Pags 2-C
r>
mee ing with
"'< i Jchnscn and ofii-
i the United States
' i r some ten
iMeetire s with p ,.,. n e h
fident Charles de Gaulle
Br,l h I'l .me Mini.- ,-r
I \W ,.,
(Esta'Hsh.rent of dplo-
relations wi h the We t
Bnin Federal Ri ufclic.
n'n? i commercial
"*nt at Brussels be-
lf" l>"ael and the Euro
M> t'i i .iion Market.
1 this man of sui h dy-
pie purpose and diploma
. : 'graphy rl Levi
|K the story,
Celebration Highlights
Mounting Tensions In
Foreign Relations Ties
By HAIM YAHIL
'I he seventeenth year of Israel's
i xistence, celebrated this year
\l ij S, was mi rked by greet ten-
sion in the Held i.i its foreign re-
lations The napes that many had
pinned the previous year on the
thawing ol international tension
as a result ol the Moscow Agree-
ment <>l 1063 on the banning of
nuclear tests have so far not ma-
ti rialized. Ten ion is. in tact,
rising in the various sensitive
in the world, especially in
Southeast Asia and in Congo.
The crisis :n international rela-
te ns also tends to undermine the
au.hcrity of the United Nations
Si i .i di i lopments on the inter
i I. nal si- ne in onlj increase
the concern ab ml the situation in
the Middle East. For even when a
certain relaxation in world re-
lations was imminent, doubts
wi re still gnawing at the heart
as to w h e i h e r such mitigation
would take place also in the Mid-
dle East. Nasser's dictatorial and
expansive regime in Egypt re-
mains today, as in years past, the
focus of unrest in the Middle East.
Balance of Power
II is he who inflated tension in
the region to the extent of up-
netting the balance ol power and
oi threatening war It is he who
has protracted the war in Yemen
for the third year now and who is
preventing a settlement of the
dispute, ft is he who is the prin-
cipal factor in fanning unrest in
A d e n. as well as in the Arab
Shi ike'oms, and in the Sudan. It is
he who is playing such a leading
role in fanning civil war both in
Cy] .'US and in the Congo. It is he
wh heads the political strife and
the preparations for a possible
military showdown against Israel
Tine. Nasser docs not want war
with Israel s i long as he thinks
Israel is strong enough to bring
h'm defeat.
But lather than choose the path
of abatement and of reducing
differences, he has embarked n
the road oi increased armaments,
and i- instigating the other Arab
stalls to espouse a policy ol
wild adventure against Israel. He
is als i exerting unrestrained
i res-sure on other states to submit
to the boycott ol Israel. The ser
ions economic crisis under which
Egypt is laboring as a result of
Nasser's military adventures in
Yemen, and ol his exaggerated
aimaments policy, did not induce
\a- ser to desist from his danger
ous machinations and to concen
11 atc on restoring his country'*
econ my and its development; it
only succeeded in increasing his
tin trammelled aggressiveness
National Water Carrier
In the past year. Israel c nple
ed the til -t stage cl the National
Water Can ii r. the lai gest de< el
cpmcnl project in the history <>l
the country. The completion of
|. enti 11 : ise is nol onlj an ee
cnomic and engineering feat of
the '-;i eati st magnitude, it is also
a political achievement of pri
mar) imp irtance, sine the Vrah
S'ates aim primarily against 1-
i a< I's dc\ eicpmenl a n d against
the expansion ol Ii r absorptive
capacity oi immigration in the
future. The Arab States could nol
-top the implementation of this
project, so they have decided to
sabotage it by arbitrarily deflect
ing the Jordan tributaries in Syr-
ia and in the Lebanon
One can not know with an>
measure of certainty whether the
Arab States actually intend in-
vesting hundreds of millions of
dollars in a project that can brine,
no benefit m themselves but only
harm the state of Israel l he Is
rael Government, however, has
deemed itself Called Upon tO make
it clear to them and to the whole
world that it would regard an)
infringement ol its water rights
as an infringement of its iron
tiers and would take action ac-
cordingly. The State ol Israel will
not permit it; development to be
dependent on the good will, or the
anim sity of her neighbors.
b.ael is convinced that the sa-
fest guarantee tor the preserva-
Continued on Page 13-C
VISION NOW A REALITY
National Water Works
Source of Great Pride
Israelis are apt to wax lyrical
when they gel onto the subject
it their reccntly-completid Na-
tional Water Carrier. They speak
r| it as the "fulfillment of 8
(beam ol man) decades" and as
the realization cf the Biblical
pi. phecies about .stream- flowing
in the desert and the wilderness
being transf. med into a garden.
It is the understandable rea.tion
of a people by long tradition wa-
fer minded, surrounded on ever)
side by pesters exhorting them
to "Save Water!"
Semi-Arid Country
For Israel, a long narrow strip
i : territory on the Eastern Medi-
terranean seal) ard. is a semi-
arid country whose winter rain-
fall is fairly ample in the north
i-io Inches in an average yean.
sparse in the centre (8 inches1,
and dwindles to almost nothing in
the south i ] 1/4 indies, i of its
8.0(H) square miles, only about one
quart) r is arable, being depen I
out on irrigation tor sound culti-
vation.
The bulk ol this potentially cul-
tivable land is ill the arid s nth. a
ti iar ".ilar-sbap.-I desert called
11.e Negev, wait i covers halt el
|he CO mil y Wide open spaces.
'4oad sod and r.J water thai is
what the Negev consists of. Pot
yet 9, Israel planners have been
1 oking to this desert: and what
they saw in their mind's eye w as a
granary, Now, something of that
vision is being made into a re-
ality.
What the planners s.iught to do.
and what they at.ually accomp-
lished in June oi la 4 year, was to
initiate a flow ot .surplus waters
In m the north to thp dry south.
It in billy Callilee that most of
the country's water resources are
lo be fund, their total annual
average being estimated at 1.500
Continued on Page 6-C
ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER LEVI ESHKOL
J/i/ur
5 194S-1965 J\L
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F:.ge 10-B U nist nrridfor Frid 0Y. April jj-rances aJL^elt matt We the Women RUTH WOMAN OF THe WEEK Ruth ( Mrs Paul) Faske liked la go fis'iiny with her two brothers, leave Brooklyn in the summer (or the mountains, and generally acted a< it she were the third brother instead ot the one and only sister.,. Her family moved to Sunierviile, N. J.. where she met her future husband in bjgfc -chool; it VH a boy girl romance. A victim cf the depression as far as college was concerned. Ruth stayed at home and became a frustrated decorator. She is one n> vv—but not frustrated. Her married life in Camden, N. J.. was as a typi.al housewife with an adorable baby. Baby Ronni is todaymarried to Eugene K. Garfield and has a baby of her own, Pamela. The first randehild is the greatest thrill that grandparents can have, according to liu.h. Tired of the snow and ice up North, the Feskes moved to Miami in 1945. Ruth is not a doer in organization work, except for the Mondays she spends working with the (harden Club cf the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. She's a joiner, leaving the pleasure of being a community leader to her husband who several weeks ago was installed president of the YM and WHA ot Greater Miami. Ruth and Paul long ago learned a lesson in humility— not to become smug, because there is no contract that declares that things will always be the same. After building and decorating a beautiful home, they attended a business convention in Colorado Springs. While they were away, their home was hit by a hurricane, and everything blew away but their daughter. As a consequence. Ruth and Paul have the same philosophy of life, as well as the same taste in the antiques and art t.hey collect. They are most grateful for living in this wonderful South Florida climate. Sometime ago. they became interested in Dade Heights Jewish Center, which is now Congregation B'nai Raphael. Ruth feels that children should learn about religion during their formative years, and she does her bit to see that others receive the training her own child received. Travel through the United States. Canada. Mexico and the Islands is a Faske treasure hunt for antiques and paintings to add lo their collection. Five years ago. Paul became tired of being retired and established Colonial Acres Mobile Home Park. Ruth works with Paul as social director of Colonial Acres, finding it both stimulating and a challenge. She has thrown herself into her work w it,h great zeal, planning recreation for over three-hundred families, all in different age groups and having varied interests. In between times, she attends community affairs and dinners in which her husband is involved, tries to raise orobida (which hasn't been so successful), continues with her Fremh Bisque collection I which has been successful). and tries to show her gratitude for her happy life by helping others Wynnes to Live On Miami Beach i Miss Carole Sue Kupper. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper, 1005 Shore Ln„ and Dr. Larry JSmanueJ Wynne were married on Sunday, Apr. 2.">. in a double ring ceremony. The wedding look place in the Mira-Doral Room of the Dornl Country Club at 12 noon. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an empire gown of French ottoman with a split shoulder train. She was attended by maid-of-honor. Mrs. Steven Kulvin. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Martin Baron, Miss Susan Siegel and Miss Dorothy Moss. Dr. Wynne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wynne, of Quincy. Fla., had as his best man his brother, Merrill Wynne. Head usher was Kenneth Kupper, brother of the bride. Other u.-hers were Dr. Michael Mat /km. Dr. Arthur Greene and Donald Sabin. The new Mrs. Wynne attended the University of Alabama and the University of Miami, and has been associated with a public relations firm in New York, handling the Ed Sullivan Show and Four Star Productions. Dr. Wynne graduated from Emory University and the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, + — THE NEWEST MOST MODERN Steel Die & Copper Plate Engraving WtDDINGS, ALL TYPIS SOCIAL I COMMIRCIAL ENGRAVED STATIONERY PROMPT SIRVKC • Personally Yours Engravers, Inc. 1815 PURDY AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA PHONE JE 1-7367 Mandell, Pincuss Exchange Vows A double ring ceremony on Sunday. Apr. 25. united the former Marilyn Nan Pincuss and Barnett Jerome Mandell. Rabbi Eugene LabovitZ, of Temple Ner Timid, officiated at the noon nuptials held at Tony's Fish Market, where a formal luncheon followed. Parents ot the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Max Pincuss. 7516 Hispanola Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mandell. Orlando. Fla. New Mrs. Pincuss had her sister. Mrs. Dale Strickland, as matron of honor. Deborah Jacoby and Laura Mandell. the bridegroom's sister. served as bridesmaids. Fred Fernandez was best man. The bride selected a floor-length gown of white bridal satin and alencon lace with long sleeves to a wrist point and a straight skirt. The French illusion fell from a tiara of seed pearls and she carried an arrangement of white roses and orchids. A graduate of Miami Beach High, I the bride attended the University of Florida and at present is attend. itig Dade Junior College, studying nursing. Mr. Mandell is a senior at the University of Florida, studying electrical engineering. A graduate of Orlando Junior College, he is a member of Sigma Tau. honorary engineering fraternity. Israeli Dance Festival Congregation B'nai Raphael Junior and Senior USY will participate, w.th other USY groups of Greater Miami area, in an Israeli dance festival to be held at Temple EmanuE4 on Saturday at 8 p.m. Belle Mended Eyes July R lte Miami Beach. U( f T lV b the 0f Mr ai ; Mrs iwj.-j son. HOI BOth M M r f son -it Mi an.l Mrs' n -. 335 Washington AIT j. Lmversit, c| Mlami J/Jj | ..mi an alumnus of Delta Si* International Businia Fn hand Phi Alpha Delta La* ft it\ David PinskT Students Seen David Pinski Folk SthaJ %  sented a nv del Seder on MoakJ Apr. 19, a) Farband On^" 1 k ,., Washington Ave. under a*. vision of principal, Louis ]£ and singing teacher. BinaB3 Children u f the school W a>id interned at Brooklyn Veterans pated in (he chunting of the } Hospital. He served as a lieutenant over melodies, and eMenaiaaV in the Navy. songs and dances. Members .After a Mexican honeymoon, the S^f" !" Mrs I couple will live in Miami Beach. "'" <-elia Davis. Mrs. Ha,.. _L Mrs. A. Bergman. Mrs. M scheid, Mrs B, Furman. Max B. Astor is presideaiif 'school Plastic Surgeon in Toll Dr Howard Gordan dis.uadtj h rnational Hope Ship medical activities at a lla $75 to $325 STANLEY GOUL 1238 IIKMM POiD i uniit I" • • Where Students Are ln A 11 I'll nil TUTORING SCHOOL Please See The ••Velio* PM'i'l Your Phone Book or W PL 7-: r IRVING PIETRACKS ORCHESTRA SOCIITY'S FAVORITI FOB MAKING £ACH AFFAIR "THI TAUi OF THE TOWN" Famous for making the most beautiful Bar Mitivoh 1 Candle Lighting Co w a—iemd Wed-i-js in the World For Booking JE 80204 No Job Too Small I HE You ore cordially invited lo visit the new showrooms oi MILDRED HULL INTERIORS reraorir •* P-bBeat* new locaiod it 345 Paltrm* Ave Coral Cetlcs Fleride. Ttlsehsne 44S-1256 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • IMPAIRING Serving Did* County Ovtt JS Ycsre till S.W.I 4th ST. HI 6-9904 CONSTIPATED? To prove PRUN EVAC containing Prunes. Figs and Senna, is world'* smo-o-o-thest. most natural laxative, write to PMARMEX, Holly. wood, Florida, tor big FREE SAMPLE Or at your druggist. 40 tablets 7<)e Over a million sold each year By makers of Dorma-Rest Sleep Caps. li NATURAL & ARTIF0 FLORAL DECORAT0 BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., iM M Call SYLVIA AAILSEN JE ^ FREE DELIVERY ALL GRlM* DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HUP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 DREXEL AGENCY Salutes the State of Israel FOREIGN MAIDS FORE,G S IS H ENGLISH-SPEAKING. FRENCHSPA' N M( nl h $100.$125 Per Month S200S250 Pt'^jj NO LEGAL OBLIGATIONS COUPLE



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April 30, 1965 +Jenisti ficric/fan Page 15 3 ink Chapter I! Install Picers Tuesday i Kurland will install [slate "I officers for Anne Ik chapter, B'nai B'rith Wo,i a luncheon on Tuesday May ii, al Bccfstcr. 3651 SW It oimnexe< itive officers fcr & ar e Mrs. Harry Kaufman, KpnV Mrs. MOP Miller. Mrs, Etakovsky. Mrs. Leonore CurE|rs Morris Greenberg. vice dent-. Mrs. Fannie Srebrcnik. £er; Mrs. Mary Siegendorf, |Ten;i KatI, Mrs. Abe Levine, aries; Mrs. William Grocoff, ,„JI: Mrs. Samuel Fox, guarMrs. Morris Cardon, sentinfcrs David ShwiUer, parliamen• Mrs. Simon Sanders, counters are Mrs. Tena Katz. Mrs. K Curtice. Mrs. David ShwilLEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66428-B iN RK Bsi at* of JAl'OIJ I' T VRR. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To .\ii i -i. iilt.i Mid All !'• i urn II .,,i i. mauds Ann insl S Ksm I You H re In eb} notified Mid nulled In pi-twill oil} claims HI mandii .Ii' ii von ma} hi %  il mate of l VCIIH I'. TARH i i late of I lade • 'otintj I loi I' In the ludgi f I 'ade I 'iiu i\ anil file ill. same In their offh %  I, the Count) Courthouse In Da i -ount>. I• %  •• Ida, within six I all in 1.1. HI hs from the date of tl" fl '.i.i.i:. ni. .II hi reof, or the • be barred. |>ateil 'In-"si da} of April, H \n >I:I: is TAKR Administrator Cum Testamento Annexe I. DAVID I.IEBMAN An..in. \ for Admlnlntrator < I A iiu.-, i.in. ..in Road Building .Miami Beach, Fla. ISIM I 90, ". T-ll ich BB Unit foliation Set ami Heath Council, B*nai i Women, plans an installation ay, 8 p.m., at the Dcauville I. MrElsie Bel sky is chair|of me day. k Shepard Lewis, vice presiLDistritt .i B'nai B'rith Women. %  install the following officers 1963-66: N'IPIII. Mrs. Max Kern; vice %  dent. ays and means. Mrs prt Lilt; vice president, memhip. Mrs Flora H. Sinick; hirer. Mrs. Samuel Tannenn; recording secretary, Mrs. k-<_i Ginsberg; corresponding plan. Mrs John Benjamin; Del, Mrs. SoUnnon Moses; iselnr. Mrs. Lester Arkin. per-pn IOIIII. Mrs. Elsie Bel parliamentarian, Mrs. Esther nan. Eo to Compete lible Quiz ee children from the Greater ni area will represent the Jew|uWU of the community at the i annual National Bible Contest i held in New York on Sunday. er Mcira Azulay and Miriam en;, of the Hebrew Academy High School, and Sharon Beth Torah Religious I, will enter in separate din will participate in the ehensive English Division, I Esther and Miriam will take ]in the Advanced Hebrew Diopen i.nly to students of W Daj Schools. |ildrpn from the entire council meet for the National Filo be held at the Jewish t> ding in New York. Itheastern Division tered by Herbert Zvi I* %  oi i.iic director of the 11 Jewish Education. Ireau Chief ^tributes To lool Symposium -mm on Jewish comply schools appears in the latF e ish Education Magazine for (er. 1065 faded in the eight discussants *uis Schwartzman, executive Itor of the Bureau of Jewish Pa'ion. The symposium was in ler tn M x questions submit p<> eight educators by Dr. SamI Dinim, editor. Schwartzman todes his comments: i" 1 question today is not so Icongregationaj or community, %  rather how to create an eflv< Jewish school. Today, the [8' r congregational Schools, PI "ly organized, staffed and pted, approximate the defini"' a community school. Our '""i should be what make for Pd Jewish schooi' and not whe[il is under Congregational or ""unity auspices." Jewish Education Magazine published two book reiews by [BTtzman in the summer Issue in which Schwartzman reW two recent books of local At the head table during the recent Hebrew Educators Alliance dinner honoring Rabbi Shimon Azulay at the Sterling Hotel are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Robins, chairman of the Dinner Committee, and toastmaster for the evening; Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, and guest speaker; Rabbi and Mrs. Shimon Azulay, president of the Hebrew Educators Alliance, and honoree of the evening; and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive vice president of 'he Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Schreiber Will Present Paper Marvin S. Schreiber. executive for the Development of Services to director of Senior Centers. Inc., Senior Citizens, has been invited by the Gerontolo CAArro* MOOS SMENSEN Cantor Serensen At Beth Torah Cantor Moses Serensen, formerly chief cantor of Riga, Latvia, will present "An Evening of Song." a Maariv service, and concert at Beth Torah Congregation on Monday evening. Cantor Serensen. now occupying a positon in Agudas Achim North si iii-c Con rogation in Chicago, HI is noted for his interpretation of Jewish music. Chairman of the conceit. Irving Seidel. announced thai Cant i Ser nsen wil chanl the Maariv service at 8 p.m.. followed by a concert devoted to modern Israeli music Icwish folk sum i, and traditional litur i.al selections. T'ie Cantor is a graduate of me Vilna Conservatory of Music and studied Bel Canto in Rome. gical Branch of the Public Health Service. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, to present a paper on "A Health Maintenance Program in the Senior Center, and the Social Work Role in its Development. Structure and Services" at a conference of social work leaders being held at the University <>i Pittsburgh on May 2 to May 7 The conference is being co-sponsored by the Graduate School of Social Work of the University of Pilteburgh and the MorHefiore Hospital of Western Pennsylvania. In his paper, Schreiber will report on the development of health maintenance services to senior citizens at the four centers operated m Miami by Senior Centers, Inc. A fifth center, the Stanley and Martha Myers Senior Center, will cpen this summer. Scheiber has written a number of professional papers on senior centers, including "The Role of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4492 KR.MINI \ SIIIKRT, IMiilutlff, \ s. RICH VRH SIIIBRT. I lefelldillll SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i ItlCHAItl i SHIER r mm t'oiei Ann Arbor, Michigan Y-.ii. RICHARD SIIIKRT, are hi re iv notified' thai n Bill of Complaint for Dlvorci In.-been filed against ...u. and you are required t. nerve n eopy ..I your Ann\ver 01 ['leading t.> ill, Hill of Complaint on the I'lalntifi•attorn, y, SANFORD H. KRAMER, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach. Klin-Ida and file the original Answer or Pleading In Ihe office of the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or before the lot day of June, IMS. Ii you full to il.. BO, judKiiK nt J>y default iii bi taken against you for the relief demanded In the, Bill "i t Complaint. This notice Khali be published once each week for four couaeuuUve weeks in THE H:\VISII FLORIDIAN. DONE AND i iRDERED :n Miami, f April, A.D. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66767 IN RE: Estate of FELIX JACOB l.KVY I >, it as. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hi Ing Claims or Demands Against Bt Estatl •: you in.herebj notified and quired t.. present any claims and i inanils which you may have ayah %  the estate • %  l-EI.IX JACOB LI A deceased late of Dade County, Fb • i,la. to the County Judges of Da Counti ami file the same In dupllci I as provided In Kcotlon •" Florida Statutes, in their offices thi Countv Courthouse In Dade Cot t\ Klorldn, Ithln .-is calendar n I from the time of the flral publican hereof, or the same "ill be barred Dated a.t Miami. F "Ida, this •-". iloj of Aliril. A.D. I93. liERSHtlN W Mll.l.l.i; I2ii I incoln Road Mall Miami Beach, Florida AM Adminlstnitor i i .i publication of this notice %  Hi da? of April, IWC.^ __ )( Klorlda, till-I'tii day :he Center in the Community" pre-1 E |; l l vrln .;|..a AS i ,-,,., k sented at the First Exploratory! circuit Court, Dade County, Klorldi Conference of Senior Centers, and <"> gr: o^ijOTMti-Aini "Utilizing Community Resources SAXFORD H. KRAMER %  in. I.in. ..In Road Ibiildinu LEGAL NOTICE Miami It. n \tt">ii< ill. Elorlda ,i I'lalntlff IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66701 C IN RE: Estate of ill! \CK C< IHEN aka M K.M.I. AN COHEN, aka ORACH SMALL, ''NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn Ml Creditors and All !'• rsons II in-Claims or I lemands Against %  Estate: ... i You nre herebj notified and .inn. .1 i" pri sent an> claims and i man. iwhich you may hayiagaii-T ,l„ estate of ORACE COHEN, u i \| :s ALLAN COHEN, aka ORA SMALL dei-eased late of Dade l ou i% Klorlda, to the County Judgen • Dade County, and file the same duplicate and as provided In SeeiL n ;js HI l-'l.Ti.ia Statutes, In their i ,i,, s 'in the County Courthouse Dadi County, Plortda, within .-is^ i endar months from the time or I l first publication heri ..f, or the sa will be barn d. Dated at Miami. Florida, this das .>f April, A.D. WHS. AINSI.KK It. KHl-.OIH As Executor Kn-t publication of this notice >n H„. SOth daj of Ai.rll. 1M6. MN.-l.Kl-: R. B'ERDIE Attorney for Executor Suite -'i'J. SIS B.W. LeJaune Rd. iWoTble.. Florida ,,„,..,,. I Jft, :. 7-ll--'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVE.N thai ,|„ |„dc rslgned, desiring to %  ngnge In .. iiniier the fictitious name ol CEDAR CAB ill i*H %  W ISSntl .,.., Intends to %  u Ch rk ..i the •,. in oi i nidi Co nt>, il HADE i K VSINO, I.Vt V |--|., Co sT-H S.W : II .. %  %  Ni NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-,%  i -1: is HEREBY I1IVEN HI ngngi in .'i ; i' i" ,-EDAH HI'S SERVICE at S.4I U I, \!i,.mi. l-l. rnla Intend: OLi Aiili Hi uf Dade %  Clerk '..mili. t u ct r i e KAHN CLARA BEAR. 89. • '-' %  •'• *< w ,""' •r.V.. died Apr. 21 She Mm "•; • f r„m Brooklyn. S.I %  y \V: u '-.'[ I was a mcmbei } te, S ^ b'j-nogogue, Chesed >"• I %  > • ~ sis..il. Mlira.hl. and Ha sal.. She also belonged to ••'••'• Miami Hebrew Pree % % % %  '<' Assoi., Mian., Kn.n.lL A \;"\"s']' will droup "i" oreati i Miami, National % %  "•"I"' ''" ; r'I s •'.'.' was a life member m .lewlsn il,'..,,,. for the Aged Surviving are her husband Ja '"' "V, r J, Bear f Miami Beach; a clauglite Mrs K. Mollj Klein p I %  •'bles. and mdeh Idrcn fj-i„eri held Apr Jl al llordon MORRIS. l!u • %  \" '"'"i M„i died Vpr 17 Survived by It isbiind N .ham. and '"" ; -,.m. Biis.klyn ; II ACKERMAN. Dora, ... ol IVHI, St., died • APFELBAUM. Ho HW 3rd Ave., .11.. I Api -I %  BECKER, M "'""* We., died Apr. -i Rivers •'• YAEGER, Jacob, 71, pi 160 Jel Ave., died Apr. ti. Kiwr-nl.-. RICE M 1U1 %  ''• '""H"" 1 ,.,. i-.'s.. coaal Guard, 8700 BW 52nd .-i., oled API. -i < %  •"••!""• i i name f iii. i v.nil Court '''"'"MMK.MII. EUTRIDA.1NV A Fill, I'.I M s;n S W 182nd Street Miami, Florida KESKLER .v MAS.-EY At tin-in ys for AppUcanl !:n.-| l.. .1. in. IM Miami. Ila. ''" Hl8 M68 | :,,. 5/7-H-2I CIRCU.T COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 65C 4538 EM METT CLAYTON BROW N JIANITA BRI >M N I i. %  \OTICE BY PUBL CATION VI H\ .I ; S IT \ BRi >\VN, I'.. ..... ... I '.,!..., ilntlff s nt: :;: \;1CIUI|.AS, 812 X \\ L'th A %  .. i I "I 111 I> II nfessed l>> you I VTKD Vpill ... i: ii. i.K CI'HERM VN, i Ii rk, i ||t i 'out i. I 'ade ouiit>. Florida II) r. Ii 'i il'EI.AND I ., put) i "lei l< I 30. T-ll-l'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni .TICK IS HEREBY tllVEN that the undi rslgned, desiring to i ngagi In business tinder the fictitious najne ol u-MK SMOKINII I'H'l OMI'ANY. not Inconn ran .1 al \>. sal. I mi Miami. Fin., Intend to ,,.,,,,. with the Clerk "i the n i" i ..i Dade County, Florida. 1.1-;.. BENJAMIN VRTHl'R FINKELSTELN I |0 .. 7-14-JI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ PICK lHEREBY HIVES thai 'i%  i ngage In il" fictitious n %  "1 ]. SCNDRY DISCI II NT MIWil AND BI'ERTO RICO lA Fill. (-,, i .it i'.i (lux s, Miami. Florida, : W |th the i In Circuit Count .,. County, Florida, M.l.LN i IA1 n 'L. I'ri IIOCER CASTRI raui-Ka.cAJ^rm.uA NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. iN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4420 MAN i VCOUKON, I'laintiff, \ s. CLAIRE JACOBSON I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE li i: CLAIRE JACi BSI S i:. sldenci I'nknow n You CLAIRE IAI'I H'.s. IN are herebv notified that a mil of Complaint f or Divorce has been filed against >..n, and you ari n tiulri .1 i" sen e n eop) ol ".HI Vnswet or Pleading i" the' Bill ..i Complaint on tin Ittorni v. H v MAN [>. i:\i.Lii -i Fifth -i • • • % %  Ml iml I'., a. h. Flor,,.l file Ihe rlglnal Answi r or i i.., Hn in the office of the I 'lerk of il,,. Circuit Court on m befori tre I HI da) "i June, 1965, Ii you do .... ludgment b) defaull will bi for the rellel deled in Ha Bill .. Complaint, DATED ai Miami, Florida, tins 23rd da) of April, A D 191 E II. LEATHBRMAN, Cli rk, ... i lounl >. Flo K M 1.1 MAN |y Cli K HYMAN I' %  : Al.r.lT 240 I'li'li s Miami I lea. li. Florida > for i 'lalntlff 4. 10, S 7*14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66810-C IN RE Estate ol M \N KR1LOEP I ..-. used l>„ MI creditors and AM IV '-""" i n8 i -lam,... I >. mam Is Against You are In ii I' 1 notified and ...in %  .1 li i'i • "'• an) .lainis and i li h yn i may h: yi ,Me ..I MAN KKILi'l,.' „te ol Dade County, Mori ... of Dadi ind fill ill. same In dttpl i %  %  %  Section 7SS.li .. ..... %  : %  offices n. ii %  to ,use in Dade County. F .. mill six calendar months fn •,.,i, oi the iii -i puliln al ion hi .,1, i ll I., l.ai i. .1 Dated ai Miami. Florida, this .lax or A A D 1965. ROSE BROWMAN As Executrix Pkrsl publication of ibis notli i the :'."tli day ol April, l66. HERMAN COHEN Attorne) ftir Ex* utrix ISin-ll Congress Bldg., Miami, Wi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66814-A IN RE: Estate of IJEVERLY OOLDBBRfl I i,i'i;i-.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS •p.. All Creditors and All Persons II. in^ Claims or I < %  man. is Agalnsl s Bs •"' : V,,.., .,,-,. li. i h> n..1 ili.-.l an. I quired i< present any claims and i inanils which >..u inia hav. agali .,!. .. BEVERLY GOLDBKTK, ,,i in, of Pranklln Counl i i. i,, the i "otint) Judgi "i i'. i -..i %  i %  i.. ..ml rile the s-i me In du provided In Section 1 I Ida Ktatutea, in their offices in ti % %  i -.. .. ihouse in Dadi Count Florida, within six calendar mom .mi,, of the first pub i mi in bi ii.ii n .' Dated his 19th da) of Iprll, ^ STASl.EY v COLDBERG \. ICxecutor publication •.! thia notli e the '."iii .lav of April, 1965. VRi iNi IV1TZ, SIL\ ER A srilLK %  n, N for An. ;:'.. i Bxi cutor I nsle) Bld( Miami i .... :, 7-M-St



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Page 16-C U%%i(t Hr/rjrfitr Fridcn Israel's Relations With W. Germany Relations with Germany were mentioned in almost even foreign policy statement by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Foreign Minister Gold Meir ami were re peatedly raised in the Knessi: b) the Opposition. On May 4. after an out-poken demand by Mrs Meir that the West German (In Mizrachi Women To Tour Israel By Special Report An "Independence Tour" sooneored i>> the Mizrachi Women's or ganuation 't America, will leave New Y< rk on Ma) L' to join in the celebration of the lTtii anniversarj >1 the establishment ol Israel on Maj t;. it was announced here al national headquarters of the wo i ten's organization. The group is scheduled i" \ isit Prance before returning t" New '.(iik on Ma> -'• members will be guests -'t ,n reception in Jerusalem's Town Hall on Wednesday, Ma) :>. and the following da) witness the annual Independence P. s *'h eh is held in Israel's major cities rotating M hedule, and ihi> year "ill take place in T< 1 A\ iv. Highlights ol the tour include ;. four-day swing through Galilee and Ihe northern part of the country: journey into the Nege\ .ifar aSodom. the lowest point n earth; special programs arranged by youngsters <>! Mizrachi Women's cliildren's v illages, settlement houses and vocational hmh schools; and a three-da) stopover in which ihi mass destruction in Egypt, the Knesset reiterated its resolution of Mar. 20, ii>3. demanding "urgent measures by the West German authorities to put an immediate e. d to this criminal activity." 'I his demand was repated by the Prime Minister on Oet. 19. when he emphasized "the real danger involved in their activi.ies, especiaHy when we remember the em. phasis on long-term planning in the Arab war machine that is 'ii 11, ted against us." Mr. Eshkol issued a warning; "In the international situation as :• ;, day it i s difficuh, nay, dangerous, to speak ol local dis\ w ai that ma) start it'i L.rab aggression against Israel is liable to spread b< yond the ion %  this area and threaten a large-scale conflagration This consideration adds double force to one specific demand for the cessation of the German scientist?' activities in the service of the Egyptian machine." Speaking in '.he Knesset on N n 18. Deput) I'r :ne Minister Abba Khan expressed "profound disappointment and indigation" at the West German Government'i in tention to alhJW the Statute of Limitations to come into force. "Humanity has known no more shocking lesson in the effects I malicious hatred :han that whl h emerged frcm the annals ol Nazism. This lesson must not be s\u pt a\< ay in the stream i I oblivion." Mr. Ebon said. The countr) was shocked bj the rep rted intention *f the West Herman Government to halt its securit) aid to Israel In order to •e Egypt The Knesset exI eased these feelings on Feb 15, after hearing i statement by the Prime Minister, wh,i declared that "this intention— if carried < ut— will be a sum n ler to the Eeyptian ruler's policy of bostilit) to Israel and an enccurage ment for it~ implementation The House approved the Govern merit's decision to demand that "the German Government lulfil i;s obligatioi 9 to Israel in t!ie letter and the spirit." On Mar. T. the Government of Ihe German Federal Republic anin unced that i. had decided to I i I os • the establishment Of diplomatic relatio' < with Israel, and o.i the same day Chancellor Errs d s;nl a special envoy. Dr. Kurt Birrenbach, to discuss with In Government of Israel the cmplex ol probjejni pending between the two countries, On Mar. n the i; vernment of i-rael decided to a cept the West German Government's proposal, and on Mar. 16 r r i m o Minister Levi Eshkol brought this decision to the al lentil n <•! the Knesset, v Inch api roved the decision by •'<•'< votes to 29, with 10 abstentions Mr Eshkol said that, while Is rael'j polic) I wards Germany n affected by the memoiec ol the past, "we did not gh >• up hope ol seeing Germany casl ff in the exes ol *he world the appalling hej -' 'l )ing ncwfl tations ith K] ish people i id I : ."sal nas of ance under the •|-i'" -. „. • | J significant exarn] l o the CM Israel's Arah nel kel sum mi ci ndci erges front the beyond the limit] act, but even tl paralleled I %  npt i from tH n oi thi •, sive ta k tl • gem "ation >,, S'. te ol OTAR HEARINI WHIL6 Y( Imperial Hear 14 N.E 2nd A, TtVS 41111 ALL SIZES ££7' REGoodrich Cur Yeai 7/ ':/. 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April 30. 1965 +Jenist) ITlnir ffrtirtr Paqe 7-B to be installed at Temple Or Olom on Friday eveninq ; to righ' 1 Eli King, temple president; Jack Lubin, Men's Resident; and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Sisterhood presIwith Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual leader of the temple, M conduct the ceremony. Installation At Or Olom (filiation of Temple Or followed by a formel Oaeg Shabbat Seers will be conducted ghosted by Mrs. Wallace Lazarus, amuel April and Cantor I Inian during late Friday Golds to Mark 50th Anniversary Sunday Afternoon Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary, L.Mia and. Maurice Gold, 729 Meridian Ave., will be f'ted on Sunday afternoon by their luce sons, two daughters and their spouses. Party will be hold at the home Of daughter, Rosamond and Samuel Fletcher. 5761 S\V 1(1 St.. with i'ssist from co-hosts, second daughter, Anita and Fred llirsclmrn. the Leonard Holds, the Stanley Golds, and from Brockton Mass.. Herbert Cold. An her must will be the honoree's brother. Charles Gold, also from Brockton, where the senior Goicltliyed. until i !•;.:> Residents of Miami for the past 10 years, the anniversary couple have 12 grandchildren. Treasurer is Honored Miami Friendly Social Club will honor Joseph Braff, treasurer %  >£ the club, on his 80th birthday thi* Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation. Program will include music. Cocktail hour will follow at J p.m., and dinner is scheduled for 5 p.m. Max Garshag is club president. Cantor Named to Officiate Cantor Emanuel Mandel will eonduct Friday evening and Saturday morning services in the recentlydedicated Max and Fannie Land Synagogue at the Jewish Home for the Aged. MR. AND MKS. MAMMCI G010 Cedars Auxiliary Maps Installation Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary will install new officers at a luncheon on Tuesday, May 11, at Westview CountryClub. President Mrs. Ted Lotterman has apsinted Mrs. Lawrence Adlev reservations chairman, and Mrs. David Hess as publicity chairman. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Adler. Orthodox Jews Will Celebrate Orthodox Jewish community of Greater Miami will celebrate the inth anniversary of the independence of the State of Israel on Sun day, May 9. 8 p.m.. at the Hebrew Academy. Under the auspices of the Miz, radii Hapoel Hamizrachi. Religious Zionists of America, the function will be free to the public Special prayers and a musical prcgram will be offered by prom incnt rabbis of the area and canI tors. Rev. Joseph Kranz is president of the local branch. Rabbi A. H. Safra and Jack Ciment are vice presidents. Sol Rashin is national j representative of Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi. the slate for 1965-66 are succeeding Samuel Putas president; M e 1 v i n Bart Reinhardt, vice presi-; Edwin Horowitz. Miles EaJordon Matlin, secrctarli.in Seidman, treasurer. ,od officers include Mesfurray Rosenberg, presidium Green, Chick GoodPi ilip Zelman, Gerald Eli King, vice presiKelvin shake. Max ForSolo, secretaries; William treasurer. Mrs. Al Levutgoing president, a third term as Men's e.-idcnt i.lack Lubin. OthN> are l)c Bert Kleinman. Insburg, vice presidents; Solomon, Ralph Fistel. sects and ceremony will be [men's Circle \s Installation nen's Circle Branch 1059. pleach, has elected the foiofficers for the coming Mildner, chairman; Berfust. Dr Nathan Marx, vice Murray Gold, financial f, and Mrs. Hubert Durst, %  secretary. latit.n it officers will be n. May H, at the Carilith a dinner and show. 8 osevelt will be installing |yn Tubin lor Luncheon while for Robyn Tubin f, City of Hope, will be ini1 "i a flonor luncheon on pay at the Diplomat Counpiday, May 9, the group's Jjnncr dance will be held at pllon Hotel, and on ThursB> 13. a white elephant sale I to be held during the reg1 'lily meeting. I> will be climaxed with in n of new officer* on Satur22, at the Deauville Ho|1 iBrooks is president. Jacob *s Officers Pl 'i i served Congregant Jacob during 1964-65 wen' 1 : another term at the anpetion meeting Apr. 20. New psdeni will be Philip Nem'headed by Morris B. Resident; Aaron Lerner, B. Krevat. Nemirovsky, •residents; Marcia Liber['"• treasurer; Louis Baida, rencUer, secretaries. GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE RIchf lavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations-constant In giving Joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidaysand every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right nowl... Regular In 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant In 2, 6 and 10 oz. Jars.. Good to the last drop! #\*i*i*]£ XWELL INSTANT KOSHER-PARVB Certified by Rabbi Herach Koha MAXWELL HOUSE COFFS* Fine Products of General Food*



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Fage 4-B +Jewlsti ftorkiian Committee meets to assess successful outcome :f Hebrew Educators Alliance dinner held at ae Sterling Hotel, where 250 persons gathered D honor Rabbi Shimon Azulay "for his outstanding efforts in behalf of Jewish education 1 our community." Left to right are Nathan Stern, Mrs. Shimon Azulay, Mrs. Nathan Stern. Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Mrs. Shoshanah Spector. Mrs. Julius Sukenik. Miss Nettie Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Robins, Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Perach, and Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman. Hebrew University Gathering Will Hear Reports by Delegates to Jerusalem Meet \i thi' Israel Independence Day thering of the American Friends :he Hebrew L'niversitj on Wedi sday evening, Maj 5, in the I'l.i/: Hotel, Jack s Popick, i the South Florida Diviin. will report on the Board of vernors sessions he attended in rusalem last month lrs Trudj Hamerschlag. vice |< nt ol Greater Miami Worn s I >;\ ision, h o also attended • e international Board of Goverrs sessions as an official repre*. tive from the United States, I! discuss highlights of the annual eting. which included repretivi nil :in nati na Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI, will bring to the gafh( -ing some of his impressions of • ie expansion and accomplish—tents in all the campuses of Isael's outstanding institution of gher education and research. %  opick and Mrs Philip F. Thau. esidents of the Men's and Won. 's Divisions of the Miami Friends, II !' installed at ihe gathering. \ musical treat will highlight the tependeoce Day event with a %  esentation by Joan Field, worldDowned concert violinist, who .rl"Tined last summer on the (. mpus of the Hebrew University the dedication of the Artur %  binstein Choir of Musicology. Also to be installed at the May : gathering for the South Florida Division are Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Jacob Rifkin, Leonard Rosen, Louis B. Rudnick, vice presents; Leo Robinson, secretary; Charles Charcowsky, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Herbert S. Shapiro, honorary presi rents; Jack D. Gordon, Mrs. Anna E rer.ner Meyers, Academic Council co-chairmen. '.i nl ol Directors are Sidney D. tin Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Hi rman Ausubel, Irving Billig, illiam Bornstein, Shepard Broad, Irs Charles I harcowsky, Joseph 1 hen, Hen In ing : > pi n 11 in, Abram Fox, Mayshie Friedi rg, Samuel Friedlan !. Emil nder, Ben (I illi r Mrs hman Glpdwin, Mrs La lir. .1 A Greenhouse. Mrs rm Li II. ger, Hun Chai les F Louis il.: % %  h B in ard Katz avid Kl in, \: K Kolki r : : n Kronish, Samuel Lachman, l %  ir. : Lehrman, Rabbi Max A i-i litz, Joseph M Lipton Leo ndlin, Moi ris I Mini v, Stanley Myers, Hon Kenneth Oka Ma i e Re\ itz Mi C irne R sen, Rabbi Schiff Will Host Program Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual ider of Congregation Beth El. id executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater liami, will host the "Still Small V ice' program on ch. 7. to a n in Sunday. Subject in commemoration of i ,iu Day will be "Law and its Application in Our Da\ I'.nucip.iii's uill !H' Judge Jack i Ik. nt Criminal C mtt ok Kivts, and Barry I rd member and treasure! rida Criminal Defense Attornej i Jacob slier. Rabbi David Shapiro, linn Harold B Spaet Jerome Stern, Harold Tun num. Abraham I Uslander, and Mrs, Max Weitz For the Greater Worn is Division, Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Mrs, Samuel Simoi hoff, h morary presidents; Mrs Charles Ch rcowsky, Mis Lillian Goodman Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs Carrie Ri sen, President's Cabinet; Mrs Abram Fi K Mrs Trudy Hai lerschla \ Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs Ida R. Lear, vice presidents Mrs Sigmund Fogler, recording secretary; Mrs Emil Friedrander Mrs Jac b Kataman Mrs L e o n Kr nisi program co-chairmen; Mrs Gerald Schwartz, social se< etary; Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger parliamentarian; Mrs. Edyth ll Geiger, regional director. Board of Directors are Mesdames Mayer Abramowitz. Esther Cohen. Sarah Czech, David Drinker. Joseph Duntov, Frances Entine. Myrtle A Kpsem, Joseph II. Epn, Betty P Feuer, .loan Fieli Henry' Gill ert, Rhea Cashman Glad> in, Louis Glasser, Fannie Goldb rg, Esther Goodman, Myer Harris, Inez Krensky, Kate Meiden Ann,i S Melnick, Irving E 1 illi %  Ki'": eth l k i, !'.i\ nl Ponve, Miriam Press. Joseph Rambam, lilda Ratnei. M twice Revitz Leonard Rosen, Oida C. Rubin, I is B R ri i < k. D.i\ id S!i | id -i bert S. S Kathan Spiegelman, Betty Steinberg N I Turner. Abri Ml I ?lai I r I.. i"i. Waldl aum, Carl w inkle \ K it/ ll I'i inklin Williams, and Vfaurii e Zimmerman Mrs Sami el Simonhoff, Ireat Mi. mi %  n's Divisii n for Mie past years will receive a tribute preciation of her leadership and untiring effort: Judea Sisterhood Elects Officers Sisterhood of Temple Judea held an election meeting for 1965-66 officers last week. Elected were; Mrs. Marvin Levin, president; Mrs Manuel Serkin. executive vice i president: Mi S. Paul Edlow, first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Yes !ner. second vice president; Mrs Seymour Schulner. third vice president; Mrs. William Weil, fourth vice president. Mrs. Paul Wechsler. recording secretary; Mrs. Leo Kopolow. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Louis Sicman. assistant corresponding se. cretary; Mrs. Sidney Richman, finanial secretary; Mrs. Alex Cross I man, treasurer; Mrs. Sol GreenIblatt, historian; and Mrs. Frank Tohack. parliamentarian. Mrs Levin pledget I Sisterhood's "continued support of the Temple's Religious School." Annual spring cnf. 1 J^Bra^SftTjJ League, v ,1| b held at K >l ve '""•' l •'^ksonvilr>| f*Urh..od. of Miami tj^l 'be represented bv PJ*. *! Mra. Elsie Belsky, VtTal Singer and Mrs ESM^I Asthma Chapter Installs Officers At Chase Federal M'ami iv,.'! chapter omul Asthma Research InsfeT^I K=spital. held its iniijjM Monday at i l, :iM ForedTSi Branch. Officers installed wcnlfej ""' VVnil Bidwt;ui : ''' Lai : '' •• ,1 \nn Chcsl s %  Mrs \| ecretat %  • %  Ritternm. i Lin Vtci ph Mi %  -I ceremony, ui| ,i • MRS. 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I jge 4-A +Jmlst> fUrkti&r "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 PHED K. SHOCHET._ Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The It*Wi KlnridJan iota MI puairantra live Kaafcnuk f Ihf m<-r. h..n>l*-.R4W1M f*-*! In ka column*. Published everv Frt<1ajr since 1:7 by The Jewish PlotldUa at 120 N.E. Sl\th Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Clai-s Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. Th Jewish Floridian has absoroed the Jewish Unity a the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphta Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapets. and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year tS 00 Three Vears S'J 00 Out ot Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 18 Friday. April 30. 1965 28 Nisan 5725 Israel's Seventeenth Anniversary Event The 17th anniversary cf the S-.ate of Israel falls next Thursday, May 6. The fifth dav of the He%  v month of Iyar marks the estabir.en* of the modern Jewish republic, which was forqed out of the cshes of the desiimated Jewish cominity of.Europe back in 19-18. Since then, we have seen a miuious achievement in ncticnildinq that is almost unprecedentec in our time. Sec. C of this weeks ition of The Jewish Floridian is dediccted *o this achievement Founded upon the tentative dev.opment of the earlier Yishuv in Palestine, the State of Israel has evolved as a model of democratic society in the Middle East, as a tc acher for the newly-emerqinq Afm nations, as a siqn of 'he human will io succeed for indiqent oeooles everywhere, and as a harbrinqer of faith fulfilled for the two-thousandyear-Ionq Zionist dream. Politically sound, economically vigorous and militarily watchful, Isrcel today holds upward of fortymillion hostile Arab peoples at bay, even as she moves forward on a variety of fronts at home. I* is in the nature of the reality of our time that we would be indulginq in purposeless fcncy to imaqine just how much more Israel might achieve were there no qovernments elsev here quite frankly dedicated to her destruction. Despite this unhappy dedication, the Jewish S'ate year by year scores solid advances in the major task of ingatherinq of Jewish immicrants from lands of want and persecution end in inteqratinq them into the life of a younq na••jon grateful for every resource, particularly human, that helps add to the manifold qoals of progress and prosperi'y. On the occasion of the seventeenth anniversary of the State, we hopefully anticipate further evidence of q r o w t h and, above all, peace in the name of Israel's just riqht to exigence in the world family. Bond Drive Launching The Israel Bond Organization ^t Greater liami will launch its new campaiqn here at a 17th anniversary Israel independence celeition Sunday evening ct the Fontainebleau Hotel. The launching will serve a third purpose cs well: the installation of Rabbi Leon Kronish new chairman of the bond organization here. Miami will have just cause for joyous paripa'ion in the Sunday event. Our community can once again set its sights, upon remaining the highest per capita purchasers of Israel Bonds, while at the same time celebratinq Israel's 17th year as a soveriqn nation. Under Rabbi Kronish, whose reputation as a lecder in Jewish affairs also includes his top echelon position in the national bond drive. Greater Miami can hope for even greater sales achievements than before. Israel Bond investment funds, linked to the 17th anniversary dinner, particularly underscore the contribution bonds have made to •he upbuilding of the Jewish State. The Sunday event should happily link all these causes for celebration in one of Greater Miami's best fcond drive launchings ever 1, Broken Egg Politics Habib Bourguiba has blown hot and cold on Israel throughout his career as President of Tu.sia. There was a time when he spoke warmJy of the Jewish State, and advised leaders of the Arab nations to recognize the realities of Middle East politics. There was a time when he vied with Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt in his anqry vows to join any cempaign aimed at pushinq Israel into the sea. Now, once again, he is urging 'he Arabs to give up their hope of crushing the Jewish State. He is. in fact, proposing immediate peace talks in some neutral capital. There is a hitch. Habib Bourauiba want? Israel first to accept the United Nations partition recommendation of 1947. This is about as impossible as Mr. Nasser is likely to achieve his prime hope for Israel in the foreseeable future. What Mr. Bourquiba expects to qain is difficult to understand a' the moment, although it certainlv seems clear thct he voices the private sentiments of many Arab leaders who fear openly to express similar sentimen's themselves. Whatever his own reasons, as Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban put it early this week, Habib Bourguiba is d?alinq in the politics cf broken eqgs. Outstanding Citizens The presentation of Dc.d= County 8 Outstanding Citizens Awards to Bishop Coieman F. Carroll and Mrs. Charles Finkelstein this week emphasizes the high significance of the awards since their incep'ion by Sholem Lodqe of B nai B'rith eighteen years ago. Eishop Cairoll. since his installation here in 1953 to head the then new Miami Diocese, has been a vital element in our community's exemplary intergroup relations picture. Among other things, the Bishop con'ributed vitally to the establishment here in 1963 of the Metro Community Relations Board. As a consequence, Dade County was sinqled out by the late President Kennedy for its exemplary effor's, particularly in interracial affairs. Mrs. Finkelstein's contributions to Greater Miami's civic and communal life are leqion. They span the broad gamut from teen-aqe welfare throuqh her participation in the Girl Scout movement to civil riahts and human bettermen* as president o fthe Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. Both recipients exemplify the noble purpose of the Dade County Outstandinq Citizens Awards. Bishop Carroll and Mrs. Finkelstein have enriched Dade County by their unselfish and unstintinq labor in behalf of their communi'y. during the week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN mam • • • to the recent ^ conference on w "Nested thaTth^ %  on of Greater M th *.C"nfencei5R)l be: Why was the conference notably be'ref, 0 f,t *"?** ** we have come to expect as representing the am^ ** *f There are. of course, some intewganiiatVAT, four £ t.on. Specifically they relate to the chSdef I "*"*'* to T a Cue here is that the Amencan JeS'o?; ^* major role in the South Florida Conference hii **m} These considerations are Interesting „ ih. are less significant than the unhappy fact th L L es *t as the fate of Jhr.e-m.ll.on Jew, imrmil ,,/'.". .^"I-fl Curtain baa fa.led to move Miami in '. ,he ^f way. Crit.cs of this viewpoint will be qm c k\' 7*'^ ference at Temple Israel was merelv the .l?,ha *3 Of planning sessions hardly intended foi -"""i of i| munity participation, and that the best |j, IM *t I hardly think so. Henry Siegman • ." Relations Advisor) Council, who spok. : l0B V Purposeless pessimism to assume that rail* TlM indignation demonstrations fall shod ?Wit *i, the Soviet Union's blatantly anti-Sei ly ** citizens i indicated here last Heel %  ."' Clt5 man is undoubtedly correct I -:-:THt MIAHS Of POLITICAL PRtSSURl A T LEAST, Mr Siegman is correct ii I nion has shown incr. ** menu ol itpolicies including I '•• %  iif l Fear of Red China. wh i leal phenomenon • and in lependence of rum:,,;..spokesmen -how a developing lack ? n P ,;,; s Mr Siegman bin book. • Judaism With IUI Emtx II withdrew following the vocifen rtitism Particular!) here, extra-S • ount ol strength in the line. But the truth also is thai we have in human atia.r* when demonstrations adequate to the task of reshaping the ini ernmental powers. These techniques, en p Igencies of our own civil rights problem : a doobt teethe at home Imagine, however the n us .-:; demonstrations carried on abroad to inl ornate n situations What effect won!! the) have Understood in these terms, it won; Study tttl that are employed today to move toi Issue is a .ain a case in point Wl action elsewhere to our primitive social attitu we project ourselves as leaders of the fn our nation is racked by race riots In lee ately to the new African nations, and we i us beneath fearfully veiled eytu PURPOSl Or SOVItT ANTISfMITISm IT IS, of course, true that mass Civil r. • %  ute to attracting world attention But tithe fringe benefit does not take the place which aims mainly at domestic press anti-Semitism is concerned, there are m rays of Si nit; world attention, as the boomerai bellishment" has already su (ested I methods to which we in a free societ; sarilj the same as those best reser ed for I talitananis nation hk. the Soviet Union's These arc not new considerations n callto mind similar protest meet in petitions which influenced little n any of Hith r's same rules appl) to.lay. where 111" S net i.-li citizens is no less political!) motivate far more rational. Third Reich anti-Sei ol thing HiUer foresaw the Boh evik I with Judaism, and fired up his cremal Other elements, ef course, wen this ni, i a .;.seism : ; i ; ..ii.I .. tianity in general, both ol daism In the Soviet Union, UM precedent historic and deep-rooted than it was Ii was supposed to have dealt harsl anti-Semitism baa remained as a phen the "social" and habitual reasons that n even Khrushchev Indeed, the political i than that to winch Hitler could ever NIUTKAUZATION tfTOKTS AM %  UNDtRSTANDABLL B-NOUGH EVIDENCE appears to exist thai Soviet Je* E the Revolution, have assumed the role ol i !,ul1 ,"[! „ --' 0B ,_sJJ give up their specifically Jewish identity for a Com "r^ they hold tenaciouslv to their tradition, shunning t process, which would make of all Soviet citizens a nion linwprld. in ,hf*| In this sense. Jews are hence an irritant, a ?I '. ^nois*! f.Uing of Moscow s ideological pie. Certainly AdoU ""^ „(•] such a problem with his Jewish communit> many ot toIa]ltar usi would gladly have been a proud part ot his arrogam ^ ( jj providing it were not also racist. Russian Jews al cant enough extent, seem leas willing >iaif "^"1 Seen in these terms, the closing of syi pa;* to nurture schools where future rabbial n ,lrti*l trained; the strict control of Yiddish pu \on tlw 5 !! manifestation of indigenously Jewish cull out of so mai .ii ot indigenously Jewish cultura lanj .lews as •economic cruninak Continued on Page '5*



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Page 10-C • %  k 1st rhrkflbn Friday, April 9&// <9 IOUS s, crviccs CTl O// / J SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK EMOR th Ave. Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz. J, [.resident. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz. i i mtsws* %  CANDLEUGHJING TIME 28 Nisan — 6:32 p.m. 1 % %  %  thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky ''Without Vision. .1 Peoph :. i I:, "rii. I'..11 i• ti l .,\>." 6:13 |im "The I.".-: Roul Utiuchtt-r l Mr and Mi Lmila Buah SuturUio :• ii.in Bar Mltavah Mitch\l BII •! Mm HUJTJ Mini ha :lj i m — • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13610 W. D*ie Hwy Conservative. FT L AUDEROA LE E M AN U • E L 1801 Rabbi Ri-h-.-n Marcovitz. Cantor E. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi Seymour Hinket. Richard M. Leviton. I'din s !.' %  |i.in. Hermnn "Numb* • — Ims. Our tanya." '•. %  Shablial |n>nHEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree I ,., Slau-rh I Sntiinlii.i 1.1 dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross m Pridaj H %  du> t' .. m M %  ha :!.* |i in. • ETH RAPHAEL. 139 N W 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieg.fr. secretary. I". i.i.i > s:l." Sen i \ •; .. II. • .'. • ,\' .i i 'v. Km in %  ::i >. :i, I I he \\ • Ra Mltsval Si • %  Mr • .1 M %  i n %  : %  [tar Mi til Ran HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE 3.NAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. %  • HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th St., Homestead Conservative. Can. tor Pincus Aloof. 25 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODF.SH A CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE TEACHER AND THE STUDSNI And so. whal did you learn up to nov.'' We h:i\c learned much and know little. Now I know thai you aic smait l people I We know little, anJ we are smart? 1 2 i 5 • ---. 0. -*v r?i "'= riff •'r %  Hi 1 :''*!.-' ."•%  -.•->-•_ %  .S.y.t.. • *••••, *.• • •MSftM -— mmft %  > >•* %  0 %  mCS ,mm 0 )B%tJ(J ...... ....... .._.,. nl tatf* %  i — — — 0 • • >••* T • ic. onl> a wise man knows thai he ,J*"y *c? K-rU' OTV 22" ,•! docs not know -** h ••.'. "• .r ... "/v i % %  %  Isn't the one who knowthat he known, v. ise? No' Do you know whal the Hebrew word is tot ;i learned and a gie.il wile man.' A learned man one certain)) calls a "llahani Not exactly. One calls him Talmid Haham."' Onl> I man who is always a student, he is also alwayi a llahani" and "l.amdan If this iso. whal must we do? VA e want to be 'Talmide Hahamim" to lead Hebrew, to vwije. and to understand. Here is my good advice: You must Ipl ) read a lot. r.rile a lot, and listen to Hebrew. ."srr„ S*K-^ % m .*z ytcf: r ; s? T T • : -; r: % T S — .-is .>> H s .. —.,. %*i,tJ nt • .<-_. >4-! W'-.w •!._ • I >mF. m, • I 'r:-: BW %  .'. 'T;'.' • :: t •'.•??i '*'?""' -' %  *•" '"'"?< x '""* it .' i H |. %  a> —. S ..-*-.=;• triOBtb """ SAM II is ( onounced like ch in ( hanukaii. YOIK DiCllUNAK\ ItIK lt>l) VN .learned tesactly |if so .scholar r (Talmid Habar.i') to under stand (advice 4 am really (not in text) paMi 13 '. convcrsation-lalk between what then we have learned wise (sing & pi.) how doe one (do they) read B'aan-qan D'Jt-t'7 -;'*K BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. C.iutor William W. Lipson. w i' hla) 6 and v i:, p m Sermon: "Aftet ETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th I'.ath" Saturda.1 9 a.m. Sermon: Ave. Conseivitive Rabbi Max Lipill. HI Shalt be Hoi) Bar Mltxvah schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschentSarj Steven, won i Ml and Mr* oaum. H % %  %  Hon | ,.,,),, : „ n ,i %  ,, m Ran Mltivah in a.mJ Rabbi Kli.-z. i A, L*vl will ,i : ,.,, iiaushtt-i l Mr and Mi Mn i.nducf weekend ei tMmrii. Snturdaj • i a.m Itar Mlta/ — • v.,h Knbert, con %  •< Mr anil Mm BETH/EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortno ,;,., ., %  ,,,,.,,. Ueinar.1, son nl Mr. doxJ Rabbi Solomon Sthitf. ,,,,| \|,. \] J.iff, Steven, win ol Ml h*rl<1aV !:<• p.m Snla\ *:3fl *.iu,.. n .i Mr* IVtor Mini?. Mlncha I s. riiiTrii: Thought> %  MUKI l-ead i" Acj p.m. n al Mltzvah: Srutt, non u< Mi u..ii." Mlncha 6:Ki p.m .MiR R Steeltnan BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. OrthO# — dox. Rabbi Berel Wein J NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. K Ida] •' %  I" p.m Saturday :• a.m. Bar Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. MiUvah: KdIle, wn DI Mr and Mr* Cantor Jack Lemer i i. Marcus. %  ETH JACOB~30lT37l Wash,n„ton -UB AN HEBRE W Cl RCLE OF Ml. Ave. Orthrdox. Cantor Maunce, AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho•rfamches. dox Rab J1 Dov Rozeneweifl • ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. -"LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max PI. Conservative. Rabbi David RosShapirc Cantor Ben ; iir..n Ben-Ari enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. ay MIIIS, t Sntunlaj S:43 i.m b'rhla) 13 p.m fla* M Ii .ill Janet. IETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave OrSRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25t A TASTE OF HEBREW St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Loon Cohen |i m s.u jrda] • i •The Portion ol I hi V %  |. in Bar Mltsvah \ \; Ruth I JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. !-'i iilaj i! p.ii Saturday s:3o a llenet lion Ol I i.-ii.-n. r.ili..ii M r.. ha 1 i'. in ., uini.. • 10 a.m Sermon: "The i-fii', r Pti • Mincha 1:3 p.m • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646 Collin* Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmiat. Mm.hi :.:•." p.m. Saturday ,i MI. Ser II I'luValt t l_iws In the Xeuativ.-." • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Coni •trvative. 102S NE 183rd St., Miami | Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. I das S i"' and S:1S p.m. Bei mon CommunU-atlns with Mnn and Communing with Ood Ban Mltavah Baru da ighti r "f Mi and Mm Stanle) Oolden Satunla) 8:43 a.m >. : in. .II .. II' skills." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. ,i.,\ > 311 |i in s, i mon '"I'll, Role ..f l.;iw In the Jew Ixh lb liui..ii in II • Mltavah: Jaek, ,:• nnd Mm t la mid ( iollate>ln TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Ja'fe. |,i | Sei II ••!! %  I'll. Vu ith Shall See VI — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I• |da) |. m N' I) -••!• %  ti 'l ofl %  HI Sen II" !'• .• %  iuod Men in I., a.I. i "hip. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. I Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steincr. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase I Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniih. | Cantor David Conviser. l-"ii.|:i\ s;i;, p.m s.. MII>. ii "Abba Kban'a Pi tponnl for I' • ., < • on Karth flrat uf a nerie* "ii Israel. Saturtla) 1 13 a m B ,i Mltavah: Michael, Mtn ..f Mr and Mis MorrU | I: n ik i TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. | Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Prida) 8:30 p.m Sermon "FtameleH* i .is IIL: or %  i-'i.iin. I. ss i tenth." %  %  rl i Satur| da) '.' %  a in lui.ii r Coniti egatlon _._ TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I'I Ida) •• ID and Jfl |i m "The Law .iii.i is Satunla) %  %  > m i' f the \V< ek Mm ha %  : '.'' p in I • — TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler Prida) s :;., |, -n National Law I'ay obai is anci Sermon: "Lan I iti) A • 'hall, IIU*to America." Satunla) 9 .i in S. in. .TI \V. ekl) Port i..ii of the I'.ll.l. I'.a: Mltzi ; Steven w.n ..f Mi I MiTheodore Kipnia Junoi % %  ii-i. Kai Ion Iti 10 a.m In IIH m, halL — • • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. j Friday R:1S p.m Service In honor of Law Do) Sermon "Religion law .i lUualon • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper, laj 7 3(i p m. Student of fifth ) • ar irew .I.I... \-. in sjrnduati and participate in nervli e* Saturday it a.m — • | TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. s [J |, I,, \, u ,,ffi,.,. r vvi || |„. %  i Si I mon i .• adi i Rhip in a a.in Si Porl Ion ..f Hi. Naw Bar Mltavah David, win of Mm Itonu Oilman ami Martin 1,'ilmali — • —_ TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi•amm. sssai ... %  .... %  %  .:. Tins paxe ii T'efored in cooperjn, ii with the Greater Miami RdMiimcdl Association. Coordinutor of features appearing lifre is DR. MAX LlPSr.MITZ I Jpiritual leailer of Beth Torah C-^ij;regdfioTi of North Midmi r Beach. Ffstival symbols: Matza. Lulav. Etrog. Shof;,, B,,, membra nee. e Seven days ye shall eat unleavened bread" 1, 236 "... a memorial blast of horns fruit of goodly trees" (23.40). ,hl EMOR — "And the Lord said unto Moses Speak unto th priests, the sons of Aaron, and say unto them: There shall defile himself for the dead among his people: except for big to that is near unto him. for his mother, and for his father nU for his son. and for his daughter, and for his brotheranil i his sister a virgin They shall not take a woman that is harlot, or profaned: neither shall thev lake a woman nut at from her husband" (Lev. 21.1-7). • The high priest "shall take a wife in her vu ud or one divorced, or a profaned woman, or a harlot, these shall h not take" (Lev. 21.13-14). No priest with a blemish might • proach the altar to offer a sacrifice — the Impure priest might not even approach the holy food nor eat it No animal with blemish might be an offering. The seasons of the holy convocations are then ili'-cribetl "The seventh day is a sabbath of solemn rest \, shall do no manner of work '. In the first month, on the fourti i nth dav at dusk, is the Lord's Passover ... on the fifteenth da) oi thf same month is the feast of unleavened bread seven dayi \ shall eat unleavened bread" (Lev, 23.36). The Festival of the First Fruits (Shavout) occurs on the fif. tieth day after the first day of Passover. "In the seventh month in the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest unto you. a memorial proclaimed with the blast of horns, a hol\ convocation Ye shall do no manner of servile work Howbeil on the tenth day of this seventh month is the day of atonement and n shall afflict your souls and >e shall do no manner oi work in that same day: for it is a day of atonement, to make atonement for you before the Lord your God ... On the fifteenth day ol this seventh month is the feast ol tabernacles for seven days unto the Lord" I Lev. 23.24 34 "And ye shall take you on the first day the fruil ol goodly trees, blanches ol palm trees, and boughs ol thick trees, and wil. lows o! the brook, and \e shall rejoice before the Lord your God ... it is a statute lor ever in your generations And declared unto the children ol Israel the appmntiii Lord" (Lev. 23.4041. 44 1. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it Sftengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumi is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Our Duty is Apparent: Support the C J Appeal By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI s Our sages of the Talmud tell us thai the righteous have no peace in this world or in the world to come. By this they imply that one cannot lie truly righteous unless he responds to the needs and the challenges about him. for how can a self-respecting human being remain silent and indifferent in the face of problems that face his community and his pet pie? it is this type of righteousness that we need so badly today as we enter the final Stage of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign of lSba. The opportunities of building our community are enormous. We live in a par! of the country upon which is focused the attention of the entire Jewish world, and we have the obligation to project the image of a community willing to accept its full share of responsibility for its fellovs-man. The instrument through which DR. LfHRMAN tional. ".linn Eugen* Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Krlila; B I p.m. kSaiui d 8:45 a m TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 1tn St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. Pi I. t S S ;II pin. Ofrlcera and bostnl ol Ti rapk SUii rh i IUUJ M, n Objli will be Installed l.s ILil.l.l April. Sat. I I.*. H.lll TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi • ^wv dntor r*het GalaFriday 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "What Jewish 1 Vital." (iv... iu Tbi-ir I'hllili.ii Suiurnuj. ,1 :i.rii. IUu Miuvah: WinI.M. son ,,f Mr. .IIKI Mrs ilenrstr Jai-hmaii. %  • TEMPLE TIFEBETM JACOB). S8J E. 4th Ave., Hiaieah. Conservative. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamera Ave. we express tinresponsibility si Federation. This is the parent boM of our community, which nourishes! and sustains all the causes depend-! ent upon it. such as Mount Susl Hospital, the Home for the Agedl the "Vs." the Bureau of Jeii| Education, and man) other oft I standing agencies These msmvl tions and agent it would not Kl able to function without the lo| and attention given to them Federation. In addition to its local goakl Federation is the instrument l service and help to national !" | ov e rse a s causes, espt :iaUj theUM with its overwhelming life-savuM responsibilities ol rescuing in| sands of ow people from the dart-i esl corners of Bur ;•< and .unoi and transporting 'i" ; i; '" a ""^l dignity and sell respect m !" State of Israel. This is our dut> as a m <^\ this is the raison d'etre ol feflen tion; this is our commit"'' 1 1 Jews, as prescribed by the • ol our ancient rabbis '•&*> J is responsible for ever) • ,u > l rJe ^ It is my privilege U> tyf J'J chairman of this -..m|aign i* second year, and i plead*;*; to share this Miuvak i5 .again. I pra. thai %  "* I us a thousandfold wth Hh *| logs. Conservative. Rabbi Mersh.i %  '•* Cantor Ben Dickson. |lrrt (. Krldaj *:IS |i m ml U..11I 'Bui U ,. S, ,„,..,,: "Th. I ,.,f^ liar atltainh VlUn \i.,\ Onwi TEMPLE ZICTN.'SOOO JJ^wX I Conservative. Rabbi man. TIFERETH leMABL j^Hr Ave. Conse'vativs. s I'n.i.v s:S P. m %  %  ; ', h ,i.J SlsLll.ui.il. *5lji "IVrtlan of tttrW £ rt nl YOUNG iSKAtL. tf.JS£ Hi*


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+J€nisfi fhridlian Paqe 5 fc %  W*ff *H ,ff "" / ^^H ><<3^^B ^L M *t fegj K ^^k LEnERS TO THE EDITOR ACLU Defense Astonishing \V' Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide executive head of the Israel nd Oiqnnization, congra'ulates Rabbi Leon Kronish upon i appointment as. chairman of the Greater Miami Israal nd Oraanization to succeed Leonard Rosen. Installation of Ibbi Kronish and other officials of the organization will take (ice at the Israel Independence Day Dinner at the Fontaine3u Hotel on Sunday. Israel Bond Drive to Open I Independence Banquet Continued from Page I-A Samuel Friedland and Jack intor: chairman irf the board. S. Prpick; chairman of the Ioni: Is, Carl Weinkle; %  •man : I anks and Fiduciaries, Laid Bi i bvairman of the t |, Sidney D. Ansin; I ch ol the Women's Di%  n. \hVnna Breniw Myers, the helm of the Iti Israel Bond OrLai bi Kn nish brings pbbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone Jt 1-3595 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH 65 DODGE"*" $"|95 1 ft Per Day %  pins Miieaqe BENS RENTALS 1 W. FIAGIER FR 30326 \ to h:s new post a record of achievement on behalf of many civic and philanthropic causes and for Israel Bands on a national level as nationwide Israel Bond chairman tor Synagogues and Temples. Rabbi Kronish i* spiritual leader f Temple Befh Sholom. Among the many areas of activities in which l. has h ild a leading rt le are the Central Conference of American Ral bis, on wind-, he serves as a n rrrber of the Executive Board. He is a member of the National Commission on Education of the Central Conference of American Rabbis — Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He has served on the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is president of the Southeast Region of the American Jewish Congress. •ll„. i i .. ii li p mdence Day Dinner will launch h< annual Is rael Bond i impaign in Greater Miami. Last year, under Le nard l.i sen's :hairmansh:p, a reco .1 to !;,! cl $2,650,000 in Israel Bonds v i re sold in Miami. EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: 1 read with great astonishment Howard Dixon's letter in your Apr it. issue concerning the ACLU's policies toward criminal organizations such as the American Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, e c. l was i pecially chagrined to see the personal attack he made against Maurice Goldring and other Jewish people having the same cpinion, which ccrtainl) was unwarranted. It's a typical attitude el peo;ilc who do not have valid arguments to indulge HI personal insults and name-calling, and also their nature In hide I).hind -real people's names instead of talking about the issue frankly, ui their own. In his letter, Mr Dixon was a perfect exampl: i I these tat ic He spi aks i tolerance, but can nol accept aiiopir : ons which are nol in ac ttrd w ilh his nu n The people to whom Mr. Dixon is referring, *uch as Judoe Felix Frankfurter and Stephen Wise, who endorsed the ACLU at that time, certainly had no intentions of giving Nazi criminals such protection; nor did our Founding Fathers of this country have this in mind when they drew up the Constitution of the United States, to create a society for the people of this land. Such an allegation is an insult against the memory of these great people. Naturally, everybody is entitled to protection under the law, but this doesn't mean that our society should be changed into a lawless one. We are trying to differentiate between Nazis and Germans, between Nazis and Hungarians, etc.. and it is a pity thai Mr. Dixon is even ready to differentiate between Nazis and criminals, lie doesn't ci mprehend the sufferings the Jews and humanitj went through during the Nazi era, and evidently he doesn't know about the "Plan. el Au-. hvi it/" and m :i n y -in tl planetwhich were placed into the orbit of human space by the Nazis Our request to the American Civil Liberties Uniort, if they -till re,spiel our human dignify, is t'> train from imposing their prin I pies on the Jewi-.i people, such .li.; • theory hat it is to cur vi'il interest to retain the Amerlt Nazi Party as a political force. Any Jew en quickly estimate A here there best interests lie; ill they have to do is to refresh thi memories about the exterminat* n camps In Europe, which arc al*o pi ejected by the "so-called" Am ican Nazi I'a:ty lor American As '' GSORGE G. 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Pago 8-C +jBWlsti ncrkitnr Miami Prepares to Salute Israel on H| Celebration Traditionally Opens Community Israel Bond Campaign in (srael on "Yom Haatzmauth." there is dan ung in the streets. Throughout the world, the lay marking Israels birth sees Jews brought together in joy and celebration. In Miami, it has be jorne a custom to celebrate this historic day in B way which is meaningful to Israels continued growth as an independent state — the Israel Independence Day Dinner marking the initiation of the annual Israel Bond campaign. The Israel Independence Dinner in Israel's 17th year will take place Sunday evening. Maj 2. it the Fontainebleau Hotel. Added cause for celebration will be the official inauguration ol Rabbi Leon Kronish as chairman Ol the Israel Bond Organization. Leon ird Rosen will receive the Chairman ot the Year Award The Israel 17th anniversary dinner will serve 0 launch what is expected to be the most sue .-s'ul year in the history of the Israel Bond efi Its. Pillars of strength in the Israel Bond program are the congregational events held each vear by synagogues and temples under the lead1 -hip of their rabbis and lay leaders. Spearheading this phase of the Israel Bond campaign will be the congregational dinners of remple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Ternpie Kmanu-EI. Dr. Irving I.el.rman: Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz: Temple Ner Tamid, Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz: Temple Beth Am Rabbi Herbert Baumgard: Temple Judea. Rabbi Morris Kipper; Beth El. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth Torah. Dr. Max Lipschitz; and Beth David, Rabbi Sol Landau. Other important functions will again this year be undertaken by leading organizations such ;is Hadasaah and Pioneer Women. Labor /.ion ists. A number of other organizations will for i first time this year spon* r major dinn r> on behalf of Israel P.onds. Heading this lisi arc the B'nai B'rith Indues, and the Zionist Organizatii n. Inspired by the precedent set b\ Morton Tow ers this year, a number of high rise apartment houses are expected to follow suit with Isra 'I Bond dinners Climaxing the years activities will be %  "first" in the history of the Miami communit} a Chanuka Festival, which will bring together thousands of Miamians to join a galaxie of Bt at the Miami Beach Auditorium This will be followed by the traditional Ambassador's Ball at the end of December, an event which each yeai focuses nationwide attention on the Miami Jewish community "% Seventeen-Branch Menorah Dedication J SAMUEL FRIEDLAND LEOW The Israel Menorah of Statehood for the first time containing seventeen branches, will be dedicated at the Israel Independence Dinner on M;> 2 ai the Fontainebleau Hotel. The kindling of Israel's Menorah ol Statehood, first initiate I at thIr-.de pendence Bar Mitzvah Dinner in Miami, has now be conna tradition in Jewish communities thi out the world In accordance with the custom as it is piaeticed in the thirty-two countri s where wish communities gather to celebrate Israel's anniversa ry. the branches ol the Menorah will be kinJli I b> Leading citizens ol the community whose affinity for Israel through the yearhas merited for them this high honor. Shown (left) iA .1 Mola-ky, Sil ver Trustee of Israel, at the historic firsl kinditi of the Israel Menorah of Statehood in Mian 1961, Israels Bar Mitzvah year, when th cus was first instituted Stellar Leadei Outstanding Miami boasts a high calibre ol leader-, who havet community service and who have helpe i to make Miami| in the world on a per capita basis. Outstanding among them anformer chairmen Friedlar I, retiring Chairman Leonard Rosen, and Wo Anna Brenner Meyers It was .lack Cantor who led Miami lo a ne peak oil Golden Trustees of Israel — nun and women ulwDurcr %  Israel i levati d the leveli l ui throug lei 1'r.edli 161 and I i nt-shatttrl 'ircominjl in the 'orld on > iat.on, the leaders^ the highest a l onard Rosenj in lf)63 and 19641 him national dista i -and in areasi ship, Mia| the gran hanks and liduc.a In tal • i esteeal paiticularb lor I and Ti mples hi | M ael Bind •*!! In ass lion, Rabbi Kromil f.-RS. ANNA BRENNER MEYER'. accomplish! AN INVESTMENT BORN OF FAITH was the definition of Israel Bonds when the first issue was made public in the United States. Today, confidence born of experience, added to faith, is the broadened motivation not only to the Jewish public bu* to banking institution*, as well. Seen above is Shepard Broad, chairman for banks and fiduciaries, greeting Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McDonald, executive vice president of the First National Bank of Miami, who have expressed a keen interest in the Israel Bond issue as a field of investment for First National. Among Miami banks that have thus far invested in Israel Bonds are Capital National, City National. Community National Bank of Bal Hcrrbour, Cbuntv National Bank of North Miami Beach. Fidelity National. First National Bank of Hollywood. Jefferson National. Mercantile National. Miami Beach First National. Miami National and the Seaboard Life Insurance Company. Trustees of Israel, have communi'y of Mia" 11 and Miami's activities for Israel matters of personal ]oy a ^ ^ cation. Above, they are joined by Issie Hecht, Silver ^ krael. at the initial reception where the Israel Independ ned ner on the eve of her seventeenth year of s'ltehocd was p



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Page 14-A Unisl tkrkMiain Fridc Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Sign of Spring: When the Rabbi Visits the P ar J UfHEN t h e •^ rabbi visits the park, it is a sign of spring. I L. R a b i n ovitz. i who writes about ••Torah and Flora" in the Jerusalem Past, tells of saintly Rabbi Kook and the stu dents of his Yeabiva to the Jeru. salem Gardens to recite the blessing on seeing the trees in blossom The blessing which is found in the Tractate Berachot of the Talmud reads: "Bleeeed art Thou. O Lord, who hath not left His world lacking and hath created in it goodly trees for She pleasure of mankind I do not know how many rabbis perform this Mitzvah A new book on the work of the rabbi has just come out. The author is Dr. Abraham J Feldman. former president Of 'he Central Conference of American Rabbis. Dr. Feldman notes that the rabbinate has undergone many changes. He .has a sense of hti mor and tells of the little boj who explained the difference betvveen the cantor and the rabbi "The cantor sings and the rabbi tells what page to turn to." The author is hard set against all pretentiousness in the pulpit Ho especially warns against the so-called "ministerial voice." The old-time rabbi did not have this problem. He did comparatively little speaking. Nowaday*, :he congregations demand above all. a good speaker The people apparently do not have the inclination to sit long dayi and study the sacred writings. They want an "instant Judaism." so the rabbi is called upon to crystallize spiritual thought for the congregation and do it preferably in not more than half an ihour. It is rot an easy task to keep the attention of a congregation —composed of a variety of people of different bak grounds. There are many pitfalK "Rabbi Mid a member1 congregation, -after t JL' your sermon i on v. ""I 5L*' "'*: "WeU, -id the rabbi to.! pose am to be con^ 'or >>;• en you *^*\ food for th ukhf "* "It wasn'i that, rabbi; the tnembei You see C 1 '"-!' "lurinj .he dav'i^i sleep at ni&ht • %  *M %  • %  nognai] *' ants %  rabbi foreian News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Anns Balance: Facts and Figures Jerusalem R ECENT DEVELOPMENTS have again focused attention on the problem of the arms balance between Israel and the Arab countries. A closer look al the Arab military scene and a review of the scope 01 Arab arming may help put the problem into its proper perspective. Western sources estimate that the Soviet Union has. in the past years, supplied Egypt. Syria and Iraq w ith one billion dollars worth of arms According to these sources, the equipment supplied included ^600 tanks. 650 bombers and fighter aircraft. 8 destrovers. 11 submarines. 70 torpedoes mounted on Pacific Newsletter: 12 "Comar" missile boats — besides thousands "t guns of various types and large quantities ot light er arms. The bulk of it went to Egypt A spokesman of the Bonn Government recently revealed that over the past nine years Egypt had received from the Soviet Union S700 million worth of arms. These, the spokesman said, included 1.500 tanks. 1.500 guns. 200 fighters. 120 Ilyu-hin 20 and Topolev lfi bombers. 80 training aircraft. 40 helicopters, transport aircraft. submarine*, destroyers and torpedo boats. These enormous quantities by no means exhaust the list. They all relate to the past; and to it one should PHILIP SL0M0VITZ Hawaii Jewry as Mirror of Tomorrow Honolulu %  THE 50th STATE of the United States %  the youngest in the Union, also has| one of the youngest Jewish communi ties in America. While there are legend regarding the presentation of a Toral to King Kalagaua — when Hawaii was kingdom and before it became an Ameri can territory — in the 1870 or 1880s. tin fact is that Honolulu's Temple Emanu El was organized but recently. Its dedi-' cation took place in May of 1960. and while the Temple points with pride to the Yad — the Torah Pointer in its Ark — as purportedly having come from King Kalakaua. everything in Jewish ranks here is new There was a synagogue here before the formation of Emanu-El The Congregation of the Honolulu Jewish Community was first organized in 1938. But the common ity's firmness was established with the construction ot the permanent house of worship at 2550 Pali Highway. It is in Honolulu on the island of Oahu that most of the Jews reside. Only a handful of Jews are to be found in the other islands — Kauai. Molokai, Maui. Hawaii. Lonai. Niihau. Kanoolawe. In Honolulu, there are said to be as many as 2.000 Jews or more, but the affiliated Jews number 700 or less. The rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Roy Rosenberg, a graduate of Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. O.. points with pride to the fact that his congregation has grown, during bis brief ministry since the dedication of the Temple, from 100 to 160 families. But he believes a great many more could be enrolled if an interest were shown by the considerable number of Jewish professors in the University of Hawaii Hawaii has become known as one of the most enticing vacation spots in the world, and tourism may. eventually, bring to these islands many more permanent settlers. A speculator in Jewish population trends even suggested that perhaps a Lubavitcber or some other Hasidic group may decide to come here and revolutionize Jewish life. Meanwhile, this is a settlement farthest removed from traditional observances. There are regular Friday night services at Temple Emanu-El. and Rabbi Fishel Pearlmutter, the Conservative Navy chaplain stationed at Pearl Harbor, tells us he gets at least 60 or more Jewish serviceman at Friday night services he conducts at the Pearl Harbor Chapel. There may be more than 300 Jew Ish servicemen in this strategic military area Vet. kosher meat is secured by Rabbi Pearlmutter only for himself and. he states, for only two or three other Jewish families, occasionally. Such kosher products must IH shipped to Hawaii from Los Angeles — a 2.900-mile distance from Honolulu. There were two rabbis who preceded Rabbi Rosenberg —the late Dr. Francis Hevesi. a former chief rabbi of Hungary, and Rabbi Alexander Segel Both had helped provide kosher meats for a larger number of families during their ministry here. Observing Jews who required kosher food products nave since become nil. The 700 affiliated Jews represent the largest number of Jews who can be reached with a Jewish appeal. There are many members of the University of Hawaii faculty, but few show a Jewish interest. A prominent Hawaiian Jewish engineer, echoing Rabbi Rosenberg s sentiments gave another view of Hawaiian Jewry that it is a test-tube for the study of the luture of American Jewry. As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Immigration Reform Now Ahead? IT IS NOW more than a half cen%  tary since the British Foreign Secretary. Sir Edward Grey, watching the clouds of World War I growever darker, said: "The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our litetime." Meanwhile, the great, warm light in the lamp of the Statue of Liberty has flickered and nearly died insofar as the flame in the torch beckons a welcome to newcomers to this nation. Sen. John L. McClellau. of Arkansas, has been puffing at the lamp by saying: "1 don't think we ought to let this country get flooded with immigrants. We've got enough of an unemployment problem as it is." And Sen. Sam J Ervin Jr.. of North Carolina, has tried to outsmart those working desperately to strip the McCarran-Walter Immigration Law of its national quota principle. In a strong defense of immigration from the presently favored nations — England, Scotland. Ireland, France, Germany, the Nether lands, and the Scandinavian countries — Sen. Ervin says President Johnson, in his immigration reform proposals, may well be giving us new discrimination in the guise of weeding out the old discrimination. Sen. McCarran and Rep. Walter, the man so conspicuously identified with the prejudiced aspects of the law as it now stands, have both passed from the scene. Where the powerful Congressman Walter once sat in his role as arbiter of immigration policy, Rep. Michael A. Feichan. of Cleveland, now sits. And recent reports filtering through from Cleveland and Washington would indicate that the Ohio lawmaker may be amenable to going along with President Johnson's sharp desire to see the national origins quota maohanism smashed through passage of the widely-supported 1965 immigration reform proposal. add new arms deaN recentl eluded, or now negotiated Soviet Union with Egypt, Sj Iraq. A recently-concluded Moscow provides for heav> bombers, and nuanl u.nk< for Egypt's second armored divukn7i3 "Comar"' torpedo boats and advanced types of k| stroyers. It was in connection with this new ami deal that the Soviet Deputy Defense Minuter nil commander of the fleet, Admiral Gerechkoretail paid a ten-day visit to Egypt at 'he headofalaj military mission. A Syrian military mission returned several (sj| ago from Moscow, where an arms deal was m\ eluded. The mission's visit, incidentally. comci&M with the internal rapprochement between the niiij| Ba'ath Party and the Communists whose esoatj leader. K ha led Bakhdash. was permitted to rets* [ and with the hanging in Damascus of two Amenta | "spies." In Baghdad, the Iraqi duel ot staff last
een acquired for the Iraqi Air Force — and dq are known to be Soviet MIG-21 and a forerunner^ more aims to come. Moreover, liitormed quarts believe Iraq's ruler. Col. Aaref, has now decided* abandon the hitherto pursued line of balancing at arms acquisition between the East and West ads switch over completely to the Soviet I'nion. TheiB that the Soviet Chief of Staff is shortly to visit Im, indicates that Moscow is quite Milling and rea) to undertake the task of becoming Iraq's prow* One should add that, in the past. Aaref hast* reluctant to take this step But lie has apparent. been pressured into it by Nasser, whose officers a now very active in Iraq, followh igreemesltl vi.-aging the ultimate unification ol the Irani at Egyptian armies Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMM The New U.S. LiuJ Was! | THE STATE DEPARTMENT is back%  ing away from comnvtmenton l! rael's security. U.S. officials are noj longer disposed to publicly rephrase the | assurance given Israel last year by Pres ident Johnson. President Johnson has now turned the entire Arab-Israel complex over into the hands of the State Department. Thai new State Department line is that the immediate threat to peace in the mar ^^j. Israel rather than the Arabs. Officials have m that Israel has been given firm armngap —rsion ** ulionfd' w-,| tempting a military' response to Arab diversion __ water sources. The Arabs have al.-o bean "" military moves against Israel, but M,ia og j)a1 ming would be within Arab territory, this considered the same as armed agrestW The State Department has sought to ev JJ3 application for arms following the l,oim ,,.,,„* | The Department %  pressed by Egyptian President Nasser SjMJ of arms contracts. The Department .^' a £ U| ^" B e1 the presence of American tanks in GelTO! Israel. sbip*l Since Soviet arms continue P" l,nnK Ltin> H Department is forced to make M "" e ^^1^ ing Israel meet military needs I he > p ^aP like to avoid this "Soviet trap" of en,l ^7 rm ,iiS States on the unpopular Israeli side ot fjfjJ „jd*| which the Communist bloc would be "" Arab front. nco<^"1 An American formula has finally been c rf United States will offer a new. '"^'^r^JI training from supplying major arms i ^m making limited exceptions on a case-D. nittM'l need exists. Arms will be sent to Israel ited quantities from time to time



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tApnl 30, 1965 • Jen1st) nrriditr Page 13-C >W Tension in Foreign Affairs ue d frcm Page 1-C of U the dispelling thai Israel will be in any curisioes i to icquiesct cl h er rights. The same revocations along have been on also to pi i lor whii n*e lately hlflOM With Bonn Ucl of the West German C to Nassefs threats rionaU led to a regression nan-Israel relations during L Culminating in a in ,i„ relations beke two countri< s in FebruIjowinu the announcement Bonn G veil nenl about Limcnti't the arms agree | Nasser's at i risisand | %  re.i lent iblic oc,, dei in *'eat a Bonn I i with a proI '"' re filth prop isal. I In Israel r. by a Knesset i the e*i | ei ween I onlj will I I f r o in V I'll L (he 11 I %  Arab n the po i %  % %  nullicrisis appear | %  %  :i.. run lubnous ; N • i\ oca ainst a :. %  111 | mount', n in the has induced the Isforernmenl to exert every order to strengthen ties hemlly stati tli old and his connecti in. mention in tin first instance cementing n| closer ties three Western Powers the manifestations ot hip thai came to the fore : the visits ol Prime Minis H Eshkol in the United Frame and Britain. Autml Understanding ; tinPrime Minister's the United States, the understanding between Ca and Israel u as deepened. derstanding found expreci*o in mailervital to Is pwurity. as i\ell as in the P of American-Israel colI T a solution of one ral problems facing Pttel and manj other countries, the desalination of sea water by means of nuclear energy. The talks between the President of the United States and the Islatl Prime Minister were contin ued both through regular diplomatic contacts, and latterly during the visit of Mr. Averill Har riman. President Johnson's special representative. Mr. Eshkol's visit to France served aan opportunity of demons: rating and consolidating the traditional friendship between the two countries, when President deGaulle reiterated his definition of Israel as a friend and ally of Fiance Lastl y, the frime Minister's visit to rrfitain -.orved as an opportunity of strengthening the tits between Israel and Britain. if airing the problems <>t the Middle East and <'i coordinating olii ies ot the two Govern ments In June of last yen-. ;i comprehensi' e 1 1 mmercial agreement %  .. -; m d at Brussels, after al wo years of negotiations. b % %  • •; Israel and the Eui i' !i!iinui \i ;. rket Under this mi i '..ii.facilities were L':i items of lsra li ex• rts ti the countries "f the C m Mat kel \ Joinl Con al o s up for a clarifica tion i ill pi blems ai is ng in I i %  ., • relati ns Although this %  i nl ill""not meet inn-! important demand, it nonetheless constitutes a verj valuable economic and political achievement in tliat it bases the • conomic relations between Israel and the European Market on a contractural basis Association Recommended With the introduction of the var nuis protective tariffs in addition to customs on citrus, and with the preparations for negotiations between the Market and various North African countries, the urmoved GREATER MIAMI bi .„? ? i! s A h baskets I" JM information it,aut the ':; """> t'ospitaiitv. tu,'\. J ?.eneroi,* %  p"on HI 8-4994 S*W"C0ai, """'i f i.t u. kno.„ u -„ Kate B 2973. Miami. Fl.. \ gent need has recently come to the fore of amending the agreement. These problems will shortly be discussed at the forthcoming meeting of the committee. In this connection, mention should be made c| the decision of the European Parliament, whiih enjoys advisory rights, to recommend the association of Israel with the European Common Market. Latin America During the past year. Israel continued iis efforts to foster tu j with developing countries, both on the economic plane as well as in the field of technical collaboration, through bilateral agreements as well athrough political ties. Israel maintains technical and economic collaboration with a bo u t 80 countries fr< m \\ h h some 2.100 student have ei me in Israel in the past year w h 11 e about 700 Israeli experts have gone out for work in 55 < %  untries Such collaboration embraces numerous and varied (ielc's of acti\ itj the mosi impor taut K ing those ol agriculture, water development, cooperation, • n a n I y nth mo\ i ments, medicine, engineering, vocational training, public administration 50< ial sen ic< i Iael's poli > 5 in rengthei ing ties with the new states in Africa has been lined als pa si year. I now has _'7 Legations in Africa, t 1, is occupying fourth place among the countries of the in this respect The Ai ab States have spared no effort to thwart the relations between Israel and the African States, but their machinations have borne no fruit. The ties with Africa have been strengthened in the past year through the visits to a number ot African coun.ries by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Speaker of the Knesset and byvarious delegations of members of the Knesset. The ties between Israel and the countries of Latin America were also strengthened during the past year. The number of Israel Legations in Latin America has risen to 14. which is also the number of Latin American Legations in Israel, the majority of them in Jerusalem. The scope of technical collaboration between Israel and the Latin bloc has also expanded. The number of Israeli experts in Latin America has doubled from 37 to 74. while the number of students from these countries undergoing training in Israel has risen from 288 i" 360. The hope that the friendly relationbetween Israel and the Latin American countries will continue to grow, is well founded On the other hand, there has been mi | 1, TI in the I e be 1 ween Israel and the AMU: countries, n o r has any ba s I c change taken place m the relations with the countries of the Communist blue in Eastern Europe. The friendly relations with Poland have continued. Note must also be made of a certain rapprochement in relations with Ru. mania. Trade relations with Yugoslavia. Hungary. Poland and Rumania have expanded. It is also possible to point to certain progress in cultural relations, includContinued on Page 14-C SPECIALIZING IN FHA A VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Years A'so A Complete Insurance Service Altmon Insurance & Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. 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J:ge 8-A +Je*ist>ncr**br Final Round of Talks Clarifies Israel-Bonn Tie EBUSALEK JTA — Dr K rt BirenbacJi. Weil %  ancellor Ludwig Erhard> sp*. % %  eraat leaderDAR Opposes Genocide Pact Continued frorr Page 1-A I Of** -i tbe United Na\mfi' % %  >'• %  under t.esi-. %  conceivably *'.fon ign natioas to exert int -rice on America's domestic raI and rel; They felt • er .:.• %  JAR supporter; ci the measure K t that, without regard to the I ited N %  hip of the • tty, eenoci • pact should r• %  •%  L'nite I States .-an ex] ession igainst racism of talks on the establishing of diplomatic ties be t w ee n the two cuntrieWell informed sources : that the i rrier to %  d of the • Fewer difficulties have developed, these iources said, about the substance of the pact, which is to cover all aspects of BonnIsrael relations. Israel reportedly presented a list of special requests for inclusion in the agreement, to avoid later misunderstandings. I: eras understood that the Israel; led a specific Bonn ince of an extension of the statute : rmtati us deadli ne for prosecution of Nazi war criminals. the present four-and-a-half year postponement approved last Tonth by the West German Par hament Temple Emanu-El DAY CAMP OUR EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR June 14 to August 6 UaWer ffce Perse*** GmUmm ce •f M. IKVIKf UtatMlH and Direction •! MKTON FflNSTCIN Hutofy Instruct*' Miami Beach Senior Mien ScfceeJ FREE BUS SERVICE FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2503 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. • ATMLfTrCS one SWIMMING • STNAGOCUF. CENTEtEO • FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS • DIAMATKS -SINGING a *4 DANCM6 • WEEKLY SAIBATH SERVICE e*+0tMA i hi, Yenr IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL OCALA NATIONAL FOREST JUNE 28 AUG. 22 MpMllini Camps tor tori Gins ACES StolS warn 1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE, MIAMI. o >HO m 1-78S8 FR 9-8601 Daily Waltr Skiing ond Hoiwbotk Riding Got*. Yennn Pro. phjrtKol fitnosi program, cultural octivifiov troe Tutoring Friday Sabbath Service* I Directors Founders Theodore R Struhl. M.O. Frankie and Ben Miller Major Leonard Wollmon Robert Wollmon dam Pimmi HENDERSONVILLE N.C. AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS • Full Athletic and Cultural program for boys and girls, ages 517. Saeetei Pre-Camp Wette'i Far/ Trip The Director* Dr. ond Mrs. Donold D. Michoelson MO 7 1 808 MO 7 9784 Mr. and Mrs. Eli Melfzer JE 8-8696 JE 1 -6776 sf*aari IIN *• %  Phono or write today fo, .Uuttroted oook'et w.ttl full inlormot.cCAMP PINEWOOD 53J w£ST 30th STREET. MIAMI IEACM f lORiOA Toath a flmork 6'4ri loevwt oboe Ow C I T. ft PI fWorlflf' Prcoramt Preparing for a unique festival of Isrcei: senq and dance on Saturday night at Temple Menorah cie thete members of the Menorah USY. Left to right are Marc Sussmar.. Mariene Secai David 'Shapiro. Diane Glickmcn. Zvi Honor and Judy Piotkin. The event is being sponsored by the South Florida Reg;cr. o: Unfed Synagogue Youth, whose parent body is the Regional United Synagogue of A.-r.er.ca. Eight USY groups % % % %  present:.Avrahcrr. Grobcrd Is:;; ,, —• %  ;j Lnger, will orfer a medle\ si tongs. JL pram is being produced mdei thestsM of Mr. and Mrs. Jcceph ':'::..:PhiHnl of Beth Dcvid Cong Southeast Region Unite S Ccmmissicr. Camp Listings Offered fi FLORIDA Cowo Gen Itrmtl i*rl Camp Boy> 7 to 17—Located in Deland tleieht>. 250 mile> from Miami. For information write or call Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, director. 4455 N Jefferson A\e. Miami Beach—JE 17919. JE 2-5694 CaJeaeedff B*ee Cmm, ft Teea-Aeen Teen-age Bo>s and Girls—Loca ted on a 10-acre ocean front estate tf the Colonnades Beach Hotel. For information, write Rojr John ?ton director, Coionna'!" B,-ach Camp. Palm Beach Short Fla.. M4-5221 Hebrew Academy Saenner Dor Camp Children 4 through 13—2400 Pine tree Dr 'Air conditioned For information CJ!1 512-H2:. t .1 1} mam I For II .." mi call Coma Weee/eh 75th St. ami Cartyle Ave Miami CAMP OCALA Camp Ocaia is eotermg Us 11th season of camping this year with the original group of founders and directors and. for the first time, uith second generation camper> Camp Ocala. for boys and girls ages 5 to 16. is located on Sellers Lake I'matilla in 1 :.k County Fla.. and i less than 280 r. north of Miami The camp*.over 200 acreof wooded property in the heart of the Ocaia National ForIt The private ump .rum.. situated in the mid.-t of almost 500.000 wooded acre> under the lance and protection of Theodore Struhl practicing: Miami surgeon and en the facult> of the University of Miami Mtlical School. He had had over 20 rears of experience in camping and ichairman of Water Safety and First Aid Service* for Dade County and medical advisor for American Red Cross, Ma; Leonard Wollrr.ar. prin cipai of a Da:Ie County >ceoo; has been active for tfai pas) years in campin. and c' Idren's activities Robe rt Woili prin cipal of North Beach Element il and chairman of the Southern Region of the Florida Can %  •.". iampin. i >r (hi years 1 I cut for I identifi rectors and camping field loi Comp Ocili %  nta \a Forest F •: I Temple Em.nu-EI Dir Fi Cnderi Lehnnaj -.: d K %  call rt fl le J GEORGIA S.. laeCii ( %  li-J •.-(1 States National I rest Set \ic>All of the-, facilities are at the disposal of Ocala ional tra outdoor ng. The camp site is situated on a hilly slope commanding an es pan:\e view cf the '.ntire threemile Lake Sellers. The girls' and boys' waterfront campu.->e> stretch along a half mile of sandy bshoreline Founder-director> include Dr. A Uaiqie Casip in Florida... ... M tfee beaatifj 10-Kre ocew-frool ostaot oi At Cotanaatftt BeoCk H:tf Hero Bet *** Girt Teoe-J:s re fiven M >oel oeportamty—tMaofti prote-. saooM lo a tr u ctioe OB4 supenmaan-ta %  evalap their aatard apMueei aad Ul oats. £ledr> courses ncMe Goct (at the aew PCA Natioael Cart ertk 2 IS-rote cscmt). Taanrs. SeStif. kmrnrnz Sparts BasabaU. FcettaH. Oramates. Pkotot nvphji. Arts t Crafts. Bodj CaMrtoairi *etft Aarastawnt Charm School tor C.n, with ctassas m Maa>!>a(. Bei'jty Coftara. Sacatl Grace-, etc Ma*iie< Scaaai fat Baas Special tutarirg anth ataSBBBaa saeunar school cearsas uraria • We. FaoMties incleae IBM It of private peach. Ceaana Chrk with 2 pools. TOM s CtaS. Gfiwnjsrwa with Atraawtic baths ttatpl tt t theatre air-conditiowea eem anaakan For arUHs. wrap Roy Johjrstoa thrador. Coronaades Beach Cp let Taea-aaers. Pirn-Bet/-S v : %  '. : %  -i at call Ptlm eetch 144 W.. THE HEBREW ACADEMY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13 of Entire Greater Miami Area IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOLS 8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG.' $200.00 for the entire 8-week session FEE INCLUDES: F-ee B_s Transportet : '}L OurBeai'--. f Equipped Dining Hl 5 PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: ^Jm SWIMMING inslrucfions for bee L^\ SPORTS and ATHLETICS ^jS ARTS a^d CRAFTS vC ey DRAMATICS MUSK ^ j^ PaiVAIE TUTORING IN MESBEW AND *.i s AU ACTIVITIES UNDCR THE W^SSSi EXPERIENCED. WELL-TRAINED SPECIAL We promise eight weeks ef fun a n d pW* 0 Activities galore for a child re treasure FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421



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L April 30. 1965 -JenistFtcr/dltor Pacre 3-B Hadassah Groups Set Installations On Miami Beach from Thailand at Technion in Haifa, Israel, meet [Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlaq durinq her recent visit to the mel campus of Technion, Israel Institute of TechForeiqn students at Technion include also younq n Napal. Burma and many other countries of Asia Mrs. Hamerschlaq is now on her way to attend ,! Conference of the Women's Division, American %  > 10 Mrs He B Wernick will be installing officer. Mrs. Rose Hochstim is chairman Of the day. Musical entertainment will be offered by Mrs. Joseph Mondres in songs accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern. • • Forte Towers Group has slated the evenl for Tuesday. May 11. at the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Henrj B, Wernick will install Mrs. Herman Keller as new president. Musical program will be offered by Mrs. Joseph Mondres. with Olaa Bibor Stern at the piano. Mrs. Morris Strully is chairman of the day. Esther Group will install new officers and board members on Thursday, May 13, at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will be installing officer. A program of songs will be presented by Mrs. Josi ph Mondres. accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Kahaner Women To Close Season The year's final meeting of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood "t Temple Beth Torah will be held Wed nesday evening, B:30 p.m., in the Temple Social Hall. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will conjducl the installation ceremi IJ ol "HI Sisterhood officers. There will be a musical program. President of the 196546 season will be Mrs. Stanley Stein. Her -lit? of officers includes Mesdames Burton Young. Ben Karp. GeoTg Goodman, Adrian Kaufman. Merman. Max Breslow, Martin Walfish, Richard Snieder, Louis ter, and Martin Engler. The evening will be under the dill of Mrs. Martin Matz ,i:n vice president. WITH ENTER SWEEPSTAKES AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE SEE RULES BELOW THANKSGIVING DAY TO THE 12 DAYS FOR 2 ON THE THE 25,000 -TON FLAGSHIP OF THE ZIM LINES A luxury floating resort-10 decks, 3 dance orchestras, 3 swimming pools, gymnasium, sauna baths, pre-release movies, expert cruise staff. Your own cabin with private facilities and all cruise activities. You'll sail from New York and go ashore in colorful Caribbean ports-for the time of your life! FREE BOOKLET WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN Did you know that Democracy was a gift from the Bible-that the 12 Tribes of Israel lived under the world's first constitutional govern* ment? This fascinating booklet for children as well as adults, tells the stirring story of the 12 Tribes of Israel— from their origin to the time when ten of them were "lost" to history. K on the label means Kosher. Certified by Rabbis Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy. The premium coffee of General Foods SWEEPSTAKES RULES 1. Use entry blank or write your name and addrese clearly on a plain piece of paper. 2. Enclose your entry in an envelope With one inner seal from any jar of Instant Yuban or with the word YUBAN printed in plain block letters on a plain piece of paper, 2V4" x 3", and end then mail to: YUBAN, Deot. O, RO. Box 3700 Grand Central Station New York, N.Y. 10017 3. You may enter at often as you wish, but each) entry must be mailed in a separate envelope. All entries must be postmarked not later than midnight. June 30,1965 and received not later than July 15. 1965. 5 Winner of prize described above will be selected by blindfold drawing on July 19. 1965 and will be promptly notified by mail and given a choice of cruise dates scheduled by the S.S. Shalom. Transportation to New York pier and other expenses not included. 6. Sweepstakes Is open te at! residents of the United States except in Florida, Missouri and Wisconsin, and employees of General Foods Corporation, its subsidiaries. Its advertising agencies, the Judging staff, and their families. 7. Any liability for federal, state, and local taxee will be the respcnsibHrry of the winner. a No purchase necessary to enter. AT YOUR STORE However, if booklets are not available at your storeEnclose instant Yuban label with request and address tot



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Page 14-C -Jenlsti Flcrldiar! Israel's Ties Abroad Expanding Continued from Page 7-C torce against any country." Agreement was also reached to undertake joint studies on problems of desalting sea water—the knowledge and experience gained from the joint effort to be made available to all COtintriei with Rising Tensions Continued from Page 13-C ing an exchange of artists and of variouj delegations between l-rael and the Soviet Union. On the political plane, however, the departure that we are all hoping for has not come about. The Soviet Union continues to be the main supplier of arms to Egypt and to other Arab countries, and has stood behind the Arab States in all disputes with the State of Israel. Nor has any turn for the better taken place in the situation Of Jewry in the USSR, despite the la.'; that enlightened public opin. ion throughout the world has evinced sensitivity and growing concern for this serious human and national problem. The State of Israel is entering upon the eighteenth year of its existence militarily, economically and politically stronger, confident ot its strength but alert to the dangers lurking for it. In the light of these dangers, the state of Israel will increase its efforts to consolidate the existing friendship with many states, to acquire n e w friends and primarily to strengthen the unity of the Jewish people for which the State was established, for it is the safest guarantee for the security and well being of the State. TALMUDK SEMINAR Of THE AIR "Daf Hashovua' For the 11th Consecutive Year Miami Jewry wilt have the opportunity of learning a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz Scholar and fameui Authority 0* the Talmud Rohhi of Elizabeth and Dean of Me i if to of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. learn anew language before your Bon Voyage speak to BERLITZ now. 242 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. FR 1-3686 water deficiencies American readiness to cooperate with Israel in research and development on this subject had been announced by President Johnson on Feb. 6 at the Weizmann institute dinner in New York. Experts in Israel Four United States experts came to Israel on July 27 to examine the feasibility of the project together with Israeli experts and an observer from the International Atomic Energy Agency. After further meetings in the I'nited States, the joint team released their report oil Oct. L't>. recommending that the U.S. and Israel (iovenmients engage ,i consulting firm to prepare detailed studies for a dual purpose nuclear power and desalting plant, to be in operation by 1971. It was envisaged that this would provide between 17.i and 200 megawatts of electricity and between 125 and 150 million cubicmeters of pure water I four cubic meters of water approximate 1.000 gallons i a year and would be many times larger than any plant now in opera;ion. The contract for the feasibility study was awarded to Kaiser Engineers and Catalytic Construction Co.. who sent a fiveman team to start the survey in Israel at the end of January. Reviewing his talk with President De Gaulle, who had repeatedly referred to Israel as "our friend and ally." Mr Eshkol said that he had emphasised Israel's fervent desire for peace and pointed out the gravity of the en. couragement that aggressive rulers might draw from the altitude of powers who do not throw their weight into the balance on the side of peace. "I found the President extremely well informed of what we are doing and fully appreciative ol our great development work in Israel and our readiness to cooperate with young, newly liberated, developing countries." he said. During discussions between Mr. F-!ikol and French Cabinet Ministers. Israeli proposals for cooperation between the two countries in oceanography and arid zone research met with "sympathetic attention and a positive approach." Fri day. April LEGAL NOTICE 301 WEDR-FM, BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST WITH REUBEN GUBERMAN, M-F 10 A.M.-12 NOON FROM DUBROWS, SUNDAYS 12:30 P.M. (STUDIO) JACOB SCHACHTER 11 A.M.-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY, SUNDAY, 3:15 P.M. FROM THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL T0RAH HOUR RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY, 12 Noon THE JEWISH WORLD WITH JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION WEDR-FM, NCCJ Elects Dr. Sterling Brown By Special Report NEW YORK—The National Conference of Christians and Jews has elected I)r Sterling W. Brown, executive vice president since 1953, to become president effective July 1. He succeeds Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, president since 1958. who annouaeed last summer that he would retire June 30. Educator, minister and former government consultant, Dr. Brown has held several executive posts with NCCJ since he joined the civic organization in 1943. He is the third president since NCCJ was founded in 1928. The NCCJ Board of Governors. meeting at the St. Moritz Hotel here, voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of Dr. Brown by a six-man selection committee, which had been considering candidates since Dr Jones announced his retirement. Robert D. Murphy, former career diplomat who is Catholic co-chairman of NCCJ stated, on behalf of his two fellow cix-hairmen and the Board of Governors that "Dr. Brown's election cape a distinguish ] ed career of 22 years association ; with the work of. the Conference." (Carrol M. Shanks, president of Universal Controls. Inc.. is the Protestant co-chairman and Adni. Lewis L. Strauss tret), former Secret ary <>f Commerce, is the Jewish co-chairman.) IN THE COUNTY ,„„„ 1 IN AND FOR DAD? G £ 8C 4 P-OR,OA PN^PV^NI IN in: i:,v N o,Wi -c 1 T„ Ar, T ,c f, To IT0 Having eta S*F" Said DM.. i. '' JZ ;::\..!:;: i I 1.1 I.I. .I. ty, I loi i Dad, %  • .. ,,,,,,.„. ,.: ;.:',:; %  •,!;.' %  ; fount), Flo, J month* i l.ubllcal • > • HI I'la Itorney, RK 'HARI • \ LTSHI'l.ER % % %  s. rbold Rlda Miami. I' • %  %  •. Maj 2". implnfht ill in • -, ,i \,\ \ Dated \,.:.l II |M.">. i: H i.i' \Tiii:i;\i.\N" Cli rk ol ih, Circuit i ,,mi B) K M I.V.MAN I i.|,un i l.rk 4 16-2 :to. !i T IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 65C-4346 I.RON VRll \l 1*1 !.,ll..ii,l ..ii.l RITA I'lllKI'I.AM'. Ins uii. Rail JESSIE lluKZEl.LINi ,. i idngle I'll AKI.ES III IRZELLIXI '. ••I al., I iefendant* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 0 IENXIE III ilt/.KI.I.IX, I • All.,nil, Ainiiie A, Ian, i, City, \. ,\ Jel B9} : CHARLES Zi iRZELLIXl >, and il man Ii d, Hi 'RZBLlJNi I, his wife Realdence I'nknown; and All unknown parties claiming by, throuKh '.i,,,i,: ,.i igalnal them, who in.11 !•• dead <<, are not knou ii ,,, i„ dead ,,i alive Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai ., complain! to Pom Ion Agreeon in i", l ii, ,i ,i, umberini Block 3, ERIBDLASD .MAN1 IR, rding tu ill.Plat Book 62 •ii I "age at, .,f ih. Public Record* of i'.! %  County, i %  hai be-i ,lied agalnat >ou, and you %  I • !:, ebj %  • quired to MI Ve a i • -i %  > "f your An-u,, ,,i pleading i,, the Complaint on I'l.i,mills Attorney, .1 DAVID LIEBMAX, 603 Lincoln Road U HI, in.. Mi.uni Reach, Floi Ida .111,1 file the original Ajiawer <>, pleading in the office ol the Clerk "f the abut, i 'oui, ,,II ,,i before the -' II ii daj ,,f April, IMS If you fiiil in do so, Judgement bj default \sill i"taken agalnat >..ii r,.r the relief demanded in i he i tomplalnt. Thin notici Hhal be published one* .i, h ,-, k i., i four 'i 1 1 ireeke In the JEW l.-M I I.i iRIDlAN DOSE A.NIi URDEUED :il Miami. Dada iTounty, Florida, ilils Slat da) "i April, IMG E n LEATHERMAN I'I. rk of Circull Court iSaal) Bj K M I.Y.MAN' 11. put \ Clerk I 26-30 S, T-H ty i ,, 111 j the Umi J ,,f. ,„ %  the -.,•! .. • I Dated .., Mini day of Au \ E \l:l.i: It, illlXSOX ARxi Kii-i p lb the 16th dn if Ap n:\i.\i; t'VPI \ ol Bj David \l si Attorney for E\i T.l. S32-472I 833 Arthur tlodl Miami Reach, i"' 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TfJ ELEVENTH JUDiCiAL CIRCUltf FLORIDA IN ANDFORDAOi COUNTY IN CHANCERV.I No. 65 C 4067 IS RE: AI'i'i'TI, \ : MAKI \ TRIN V ItltKKPLOYl A MK %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION | Ti i r.M'i. 11 i:i:i'Kl< II ,\ lal \l u |'|', i San I Hi, Ml \: •; II -i:: il Vm LR 1 ., petit I tlUgliotl adopth : a minm an '1 -I. i sll.illl.l ,, %  S I I'.li; n( M)< Hi \ 1 ,,f ih.I'II. May 17 RtEKEI.N I ITo Col %  JfTITSKSe' s.i'lll • %  i: i: i.i \ II:I:M.\! I '• i.t:nN VRH i If Mv, I III 1 1 'ill S W %  Mi III r Atturm NOTICE B> Pl-BLlCATiOV IN THE CIRCL T COURT OF"! ELEVENTH JLDCIAUCIRW1 FLORIDA IN ANDFOR 1 )'" I COUNTV. IN CMANCE%  N PATRICI v RCDOLPH %  u |,,: "' : SUITER DIVORCE Tu Rl I" M !srt %  v,„!;;: :;:, % %  ,, %  you. ini'l -J ,-opj ol %  I f Iff ail • KUIte -'"'-' Coral ii %  ] ih gin 1 the J Ma"-' itill of Con Tin' In THE JEW DOSE \^ '"' I 'H Florida **> I B i\ .t>c'* rt AINSI.I:I:K I' Ki'l^j ,K**l Bulle Mtornej V : |/l-*



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I April 30. 1965 +Jen1sii Fhridfor Paqe 7-A merican Jews 'Uncertain' Today IjM members of the Greater Ebapter. American Jewish l^f. heard a top-ranking ( %  jewif'i community leady Sunda> that freedom and %  nay achiet'e what Hitler feSemitisin could net — the L. 1 ol Jews ai Jews. leim Shapiro, national di, Jewish Communal Affairs Enerican Jewish Commitiee, ,,1,,: ii gathering at the Jpiaza Hotel that "this is I ol .IIKI tragic ironies L110 said that American 4ue the uneasy feeling that Leer able to rely upon Defined as Jews by the hostj others, confronted by the Ir. of a voluntary self-deli which will give their chilft+ sense that to choose to Ljsh is a choice worthy of len, they find themselves 1 rv and at a loss." : declared that "many BP Jews Mill bear psycholog|tbt'mark of the oppres:emembers of other reviled \y groups, they have turned and come to accept deep subconscious the invidious > %  1 hi'm selves used by the led to jusify their prejuhey were still largely an *t group, driven by the imItivard economic achieveii'd full participation in >i. society, Jews came to : It was necessary to be like (Anglo-Saxon Protestants," t decades since the turn entury, American Jews seeded in making Judaism hgly like American Protest[ This can he seen in their p^ modification of the rabf-h into one parallel to that ptestant minister; their se|cat of the Jewish calendar three annual festive and holidays, their conversion Jism from a moment-to-mouide lor behavior to a proI rt 1 At annual meeting of Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee are (left to right) Seymour Samet, former executive director, who was honored at the function; Mrs. Charles Finkels'ein, president of the Chapter; Judge Harold Spaet, former president; and Mannheim Shapiro of the national American Jewish Committee staff in New York City. I cess of occasional temple-going and Finkelstein. president, was elected a tendency to associate primarily f cr a seC ond year and gave Presiwith other Jews." | den s Awar( s of Apprcdation for Shapiro told the American Jewi.-h outstanding service to Sirs. M. A. ; Committee meeting that "if Jews Sumberg, for her contribution as want Judaism to survive, if they chairman of literature communicaProgressive Bank JVITES YOU... n V re probably used to yoor band bui Jtft.r.on Na%  •I h no longer t newcomer our HKCetl his been phewenal and many of your Indi jind neiqhbori are now PW MthmiMtic clients beat* lhe> like the friendly, nonjl ifratment they de"e from their bank. •njoy full commercial >l Nrvlttt; Our Installment Department offers the t rale in Oade on inttallM loam fee-in windows open 8 A.M. |* P.M Banking hours, 9:20 '0 2 P.M. Iioy the friendliness and (•ghborlinets at Jefferson ... ME 2-6451 IEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK ; [MIAMI BEACH *• #•' 30i-an,t srnitT 1 Uei.i, .,, „ p lMlM IHMI *• %  'lotmAi .,„., n tim %  —*9>.r -"•- eoawoM—1 want it to attract and hold their children, it will be necessary' to take a number of measures. Individual Jews will have to dredge (Hit of their subconscious and dis-' pose ol the spectra] sense by wtikh they are haunted that to be dis-, tinctivelj Jewish is to be f lesser worth. "They will have to undertake a massive effort to acquire knowledge of the law, the lore and the cilture that Jews and Judaism have produced through the cerv turies. They will have to narrow the gap between the Jewish principles they profess and their actual attitudes and activity." He added: "They will have to bring the Judaic ethos out of the past into the present by applying it to the great social issues of our day. including peace, poetry and equality for all men. They will have to overcome the immigrant habit of thinking there is a distinction between being Jewish and being American ami accept, as other Americans do, the idea that we are both Jewi.-h and American." Circuit Court Judge Harold Spaet. firmer president of the Greater Miami Chapter, served as chairman c< the function. -Vrs. Charles H. Technion Gets Scholarships Here Lee Rutstein, Southern regional director, American Technion Society, narrated a film. "The City Called Technion, to a group of over 650 men and women last week. Inspired by the film presentation, a winter vacationer set up a perpetual scholarship, a contribution of $5,000. On Wednesday night, Rutstein spoke at Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale and showed the Technion film. Another perpetual scholarship was donated by friends of Technion who live in Hollywood. I Judge Frederick N. Barad is president of the Soutih Florida Chapter of the American Technion Soeiet> tons; Mrs. Philip Weinstein, vice chairman of the Bioward Section, for her leadership there; and David B. Fleeman, honorary president and chairman of membership, for his efforts which resulted in adding 220 new units this year. Two members who received these awards in 1964 were given gold stars in recognition of their continued outstanding service: Mrs. Leonard Silverman, civil rights toordina'.or; and James R. Katzman. lecal chairman of the National Executive Board meeting held here in December, 1964. Seymour Samet, former executive director of the Chapter, currently on the staff of the Community Relations Service in Washington, D.C., was honored by the establishment of a Human Relations Library in the Professional Library of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Mrs. Finkelstein. in announcing "us as a project Of American Jewish Committee, presented Samet with a plaque "lor his dedicated leadership in human relations and o man's understanding <>f his Eel !tw man." Mrs. Bernard Stevens presented her "Duponl Plaza 9: Encore with Footnotes 1965." The invocation was given by Bairn de Hirsch Meyer, first president of the Greater Miami Chapter which was founder! fn 1952. Members of the annual meeting committee were Judge Spaet. .hairman, Mrs. Aaron Fair, Mrs. Morton Halpern, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Barton S. Udell. Mrs. Eleanor Lipton is acting director of the Greater Miami Chapter. Mrs. Eleanor Lipton, acting director of the chapter, gave a report on chapter affairs since her assuming of the post. Theme of her presentation was "The Change." The report stressed the changing climate of American Jewish Committee opinion. Among these, Mrs. Lipton cited the national organization's siding with Orthodox Jewish qroups across the nation in support of President Johnson's aid to education act. .Mrs. Lipton also reported on her recent participation in a series of meetings in St. Louis. Mo. The series was a workshop on human relations institutes to be opened at some 35 universities around the country, Participants included delegates from the universities, including the University of Miami, where an institute will be held this summer. Mrs. Lipton previously helped Convalescent Home Joins Association An era of "guaranteed quality ol care and service" to residents of homes for the aging was predicted 'this week by Sidney Siegel. executive director of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida. Announcing its membership in the American Association of Homes for thr> Aging, Siegel said the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida is "harnessing its plans for future development and growth to a pacemaking organization which provides the mechanism for an individual home to relate national experience and progress to the many changing aspects of aging which concern our community." ""The American Association of Homes for the Aging is the national membership organization of non-profit, voluntary and governmental institutions for senior citizens. Founded in 1961 with the assistance of a Ford Foundation grant, and sponsored by the National Council of Aging, AAHA now serves its more than 550 member homes. Noting that over 20.000 aging persons in the United States now reside in an estimated 4,000 in-tihitions like the Jewish Convales. cent Home of South Florida, Siegel isaid that beards and managers of non-profit homes arc faced with rapid-changing serial and economic patterns "which call for bold reevaluations combined with well-ad, vised judgments in the formulation ol present and future policies of i service and management." Israeli Group Installation Set I rraell Group of Hadassah CATS will be installed by Mrs. offiNat Bart.h. president of Miami Beach Chapter, on Monday. Following the luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. R. M. Schwartz. Will present a musical program, set up the proposal for the Univer-1 with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano, sity of Miami participation in the j Mrs. Samuel Appel is president nationwide program. I of the Israeli Group. knk You ... %  THE CITIZENS OF NORTH BEACH, MY MANY FRIENDS, "" "*KERS AND VOTERS, FOR SELECTING ME YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN. Sincerely, James E. Reardon Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. You won't fin d the words"Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles. We're bringing our great Ginadian whisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A. This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it. Just look for the important new Canadian., In the handsome square bottle. Without those extra words. Canadian Lord Calvert CAN VDI IN wmUCY-1 BLEND.M PROOF. IMPORTED BV CALVERT DISTILLERS CO, N.Y.C.



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Apr: 33. 1965 +J6Wist Meridian Paqe 9-B :ayne Point Association to Install jeers at Annual Banquet Sunday H-UI be installed president; Herman Caine. Max OrBlscayne Point lin. Joseph Ross, vke presidents; '„, '.'.alien at the Mrs. Alexander Res:, recording se quet of the organi-itretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin, iii.ii 11 S ;it the Deauville financial secret iry; anil Aaron Tepi'i r, ii easun r, to i Ma> : Ezi installed by Miami Melvin Richard are chairman of the egold, honorary aea Groups Activities ICHIG I fetj i dl se> ed I : %  anizali m, Young Jur. announces lor ral more youth clubs 1 -sail and Zion : America. ire md 6th e grade stuto join the two Judaea .ioups organized at i %  ;•; III. Miami Beach l u bs meet at the temple I Wednesday and at rth i 727 77th St.. on pempli ;'• nai sholom. newly \ YOUPJ Judaea group foi will meet on Thursday evei club has scheduled evenii meetings. forward Together" is the fit of an original musical to •sn"d bv Young Judaea fi and dance group at the KU i .-. %  :: cence Day Miarri Beach Ihursday, May 6. FestiAuditorium jectcd by Karen Einkelstein prichason, (he songtest has been ; • rformed at Hadas(I Zionist Organization tune|" v the group. r 200 are expected to attend rsl banquet open to senior Judaeana scheduled lor v, \l., 23. at Beth Moshe egation officer? ill be installed in Indlelightir.g ceremony COOi>> Frank Farbenbloom, least regional director, and an fcftra tor lancing will be teaMi he atra .. Past presidents are Ezra Finegi Id, Mi yor Melvin Richard, G d trey Perell, Ben Ciller. Hilton Gavin i and Dr. Edw&rd T. Litt. Bosrd of Trustees includes Josc;:h Albert Sr., Mrs. Irving Gaby, Philip Grenwald, Morris Hertion, Jacob L. Kram, Bernard Rosen, Thomas F. Smith, Bernard Lazarus, Nathan Rattner, Joseph Rosenblum, Aaron Tepper, Murray Weil and Mrs. Carola Weinberg. Board of Directors includes Mrs. .Ii lian Aberman. Mrs. Herbert Alter. Manny Austin, Mrs Fred Bickman. Mrs. Edmund Burke. David Dink. Gus Fisher, Vice Mayor Bernard Frank. Hy Fried, Mrs. Frances Goldstein. Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, Mrs. Philip Grenwald, Dr. David Hendel. Irwin Levin. Stanley Levine. Mrs. Edward T. Litt. Sonny Marden. Fred Miller. Mrs. Godfrey Perell. Mrs. Lillian Rogers. Alan H. Rothstein. Mrs. Lily Segal. Mrs. Aaron Tepper. William Waller. Mrs. William Waller. Dr. Lawrence Weston and Dr. Wilbur Wishner. Banquet Committee includes Bud Levin, chairman; David Dank and Max Orlin, co-chairmen; Mrs. Rita Singer and Mrs. Susan Levin, hos less co-chairmen; Mrs. Lucia GrenAvald, publicity chairman; and Hy Fried and his orchestra, dance music. Garden Club Will Install Officers A parade of hats and accessories '.(tils. Mrs. Byron Top.I. Mis Ben lorned with fresh flowers will be Samuels. Mrs. Rose Kelemer; Mr;. Michael shores, recording seertury; Mrs. Theodore Kooli ii, social secretory; Mrs Irvin Weinrcich, treasurer. ne of the unique features of the It. Sinai II: spital Garden Club an ual in tallation. To be held al the Algiers Hotel ii Wednesday no n, the affair will lire I tor the fifth year i>> is James Abramson. Mrs. Alex Gorton, president, will ei nducl the meeting. Mrs. Alex i nder Iv MII ill gh e the invocaLi m, and Mi Hi rbert Frink, an i i the Flci i'la Federation is, will be u. -tailing ficer, New -1 ite Bin i lo be installed ai e Mrs. president; vice presiBOB SCHWARTZ Hannah Senesch installation Lunch Hannah Senesch group of Hadassab plans an installation brunch Monday, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Progrim Vice President Mrs. Ani a Reaback is chairman of the day. Invocation will be given by past president, Mrs. Arthur Applcbaum. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink will install the following officers for 1965-66; President, Mrs. Sylvia Kurland; \ ice residents, Mrs. Elsie Click. Mrs. Sigmund Rt-stler, Mrs. Rebecca LipiOn, Mrs. Anna Reaback; treas irer, Mrs. Lilly llutt; cr< arks, Mrs Charier, Bushell, Mrs. Florence Brown. Mis. George Kcuer. Mrs. Sidney Blcek; parliamentarian. Mrs. Morris Alpcrt. A program of music and song will be offered by Mrs. Sima Swce. MAYOR MELVIN RICHARD Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge to Install Officers at Banquet Sunday Evening Samuel Nieberg, president-elect of District Grand Lodge 5 of B'nai B'rith, will represent the Supiome Lodge at Sunday night's annual installation ilinner of Miami mbersot the banquet commitLc<| at hc DiLi(|o Hotel re LU-T Sreitbart, Pnchason. tional B'nai B'rith Israel Committee, and chairman of its inaugural conference committee. Harmony Lodge Planning Panel Harmony Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will hold a panel discussion on •'Community Problems" at Beth Torah. 1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. on Mondaj at 8 p.m. Panelists will be councilmen of the City of North Miami Beach, moderated hy Martin Knobcl, program vice president. Rephuand Paul Kwitnev. fpt. Gardner be Speaker pilir met tag of Beth Moshe hood iplanned for Monday ng, Business agenda, conduct [President Mrs. Jay Rand, will *• election of officers, st speaker. Capt. Leo Garden talk on "Israel's indepenA program of Israeli songs •nces will he offered by Miss Man:', and Samuel Rosenbh er is manager of El rael v..-•S here. Dr. Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel, will be principal speaker at the session which will see Joseph L. Goodman, vice president of Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, take office as president of Miami Beach's oldest B'nai B'rith ledge. Gerald Schwartz, president of a public relations agency and outgoing lodge president, will receive a special award for his leadership of the organixation during the past year. Schwartx is state chairman of the B'nai B'rith Israel Committee, district vice chairman, a member of the naJudge Jason Berkman, justice of Beach! the peace fc-r the Fifth District, I will be master ot ceremonies, with past president. George J. Talianoff, serving as installing officer. MELANDOR NURSERY Salutes the State of Israel FRUIT TREES $6.95 AVOCADOES, MANGOES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE, TANGEIOS, KEYtlMES, PEACHES WITH FRUIT Adonida PALMS $4.95 Dwarf Royals 4 to 6 ft. '21 N.W. 7th AVENUE Wl 7-6971 i 441-SOOTH OF NEW GOIOEN GLADES INTERCHANGE Own Daily A Sunday S:30 a.m. I. S:30 .m. Clod Wed. Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel, and Mrs. Henry Balaban. wife of the circuit court judge. head the entertainment program for the kosher dinner. Additional entertainment also has been arranged by a committee headed by honorary life president. Irving Sthatzman; incoming vice president, Samuel Pascoe; past presi dent, Samuel Weiner; and past secretary, Louis Goldman. Nieberg. who will be installed as president of District Grand Lodge 3 during this summer's convention in Miami Beadh, is a past president of his lodge, council and state federation. Goodman, moving up from the pests of vice president and presi dent-elect, announced that weekly luncheon meetings of the lodge will continue at noon Tuesday at the Di Lido Hotel under the chairmanship of Deration S. Miller, with Sthatzman as co-chairman and Dr. Abraham Wolfson as newscaster. PORTOFINO SENDS GREETINGS TO ALL HIS FRIENDS on the Observance of the 17th ANNIVERSARY Of The £ STATE OF ISRAEL Like CHEESE KREPLACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar-Dec knows whiil he's talking about. His Cheese Ravioli has the "grandest t..sie'-whether you lay it in li.iii.m or Jewish or a mixture of both. Have some fur lunch or supper today. 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lay. April 30. 1965 • Unisii fhrXMam Paqe 5-8 Emanu-EI Family Picnic Annual "old fashioned" family picnic, sponsored by Temple Emanu-E) PTA, will be held on Sundav. from 11 to 3 at (ireynolds Park. Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr., PTA president, announced that the picnic will feature White Elephant and cake sale. In charge cl various divisions art Mesdames Charles Rosenblatt. Harold Brooks and Harry A. Levy. 'Hie afternoon will include games f( r children, lather-son. and motherdaughter events. Transportation to Greynolds Park may be arranged by calling Mrs. lia Hader No religious school sessions will be held on that morning, Morris rarasow, educational director, announced. Dieters Association Banquet Dieters Association of Plorii will have its annual convention ai I banquet at the Uupont Plazi Hot on Tuesday. 8 p.m. according Mrs. Rae Feinstein, L06-8th S Miami Beach. Dramatic Reading At Ner Tamid A drama He reading of 'The Dt irty," by Rolf Hochhuth, will I, offered at Temple Ner Tarn Men's Club breakfast on Sund; 930 a.m.. in Sklar Auditorium. Participants include Dr. Micha HcrwitZ, newly-elected Men's,Ch president; Murray A. Shaw, co gregation president; and Dan P er, past president. Men's Club. Acting as moderator will be Ri bi Eugene Labovilz. irama League of Greater Miami, sponsors I the Acorns Civic Theater performance of The. Grass Harp" at the Roney Plaza, mee* j the DiLido Island home of Mrs. Andre S. txlolenki to discuss future plans of the Uaque for construction of a civic theater, [ho w n (left to right) are officers of the ecque: Mrs. George Salley. admissions; Mrs. Bert Warshaw, membership; Mrs. Kathleen Noblitt. recordinq secretary; Mrs. Harry Simone, president; Mrs. Zev Bufman, corresponding secretary; Mis. Bialolenki, treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Kulok, vice president, not pictured is Mrs. Ivy Thayer. liaison officer. >anor Roosevelt 'Discotheque 1 Here on Saturday 2 Lnor Roosevelt Chapter of L i Women will move with ••discotheque" tide when they jPiil T.n.ii B'rith A-Go-Go" at Ipai-n Clubhouse, 247 Malaga. |1 Gables, on Saturday at 8 p.m. in* include a professional demonstration, catered bufhlmier, and dancing to disco|i music. Chet Bromley will master of cercmoniesrEd Waronker and Mrs. Cheskromlcv are co-chairmen of the It Mrs Morris .lacobson is in fee "i resen ations. Kgroup's annual installation of %  rrlu be held on Wednesday. 0 i m., at the Miami -.:>Motel, will feature a nuis-;. -and the Single directed by Mrs. Howard .mi vice president. The following officers will be installed: President. Mrs. Ed Waronker; vice presidents. Mrs. Stanford Best, Mrs. Nat Matusow. Mrs. Leon Thaler. Mrs. Manuel Merkcr; financial secretary, Mrs. Stanley Sedejl; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Waller; recording secretary. Mrs. Walter Greenstein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Don Greene; histor cUl, Mrs. Gene Schneiderman; sentinel guardian. Mrs. Howard Kleinberg. Elected board members are Mrs. IRonald Symons. Mrs. R. Galton. Mrs. Herbert Haber and Mrs. G. Davidson, counselor. KOSHER MORRISON^SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIAAER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 fecsure isle T Installation MMIIV Ule Chapter of Worni ii ORT will hold its a HI h< MI al the Algiers on Wednesday noon. h> ing officers will be in > idge Jason Berkman: Mrs, Herbert Sontz; i Mrs, Bert Berend, i< r Brozman, Mrs, Bessie as. Mrs Louis Byer and Mrs. er; corresponding Bean.. Mrs. Sidney Yumen; recBg si, retary, Mrs. Al Fox; filial secretary, Mrs. Al llofftreasurer, Mrs. Jack Krouparliamentarian, Mrs. Jack ner nil :.unment for the afternoon ented by Tania and pa, novelty sister act. which laretl in the Spring Festival Ctrl and was also held over for 6Wnd week at the Cinema Itrc >w Officers Beth Shirah Friday evening services Wmplc Beth Shirah. Rabbi Morwill present the followIncwly-elected officers: psident, Bernard Friedland; president, Jack Delinger; recretarj. Sigfried Day an; J ; retary, Leo Slachter; David Steinberg. 1 "I directors are Nathan I" %  Mordecai Parness. HarI 1 Ed Feinstein, Milton Mai1 '"(• Schull, Dr. Michael i Krisrher, Sid Siegel, f 1 Glick, Morns Wasserlauf. ?ultzberg, Samuel IIiinmiH. Chairman, David Benmembers of the eongrega iiii i„, introduced at the Oneg ''" open forum and recep Lowest in Saturated Fat of the naUon's leading margarines Here's why Fleischmann's belongs in every Jewish home V. • Made from 100". corn oil-not a mixre ol oils : contains almost a cup of liqu.d corn oil ;ior low saturated fat diets many doctors recommend CERTIFIED KOSHER by Rabbis Charlop and Reichman; • Available cither Lightly Salted in the refrigerated section... or Unsalted (Sweet) in the frozen food section • Fleischmann's Unsalted (Sweet) Margarine also ideal for low-sodium, diets FLEISCHMANN S CONTAINS ALMOST A CUP OF LIQUID CORN OIL



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Page 10-A +Jewisi> tier Mian Frida Y. April 3Q, Leonard Rosen Succeed* Maurice fievitz As President of Temple Menorah Here • -f > Leonard Rosen was elected presi( %  nt of Temple Menorah by ac. .-nation at a Temple Menorah era! meeting Sunday evening •en succeed! Maurice Revitz, who held the office tor a record five-year term. n, chairman of the board of the GuM American Land Corporarun been identified with Temple Menorah ever since his arrival here nine years ago. He served %  honorary vice president of the 'It-mple prior to his election. High-Rise Slates CJ A Breakfast Set for May 9 One of Miami Beach's newest huh-rise apartments, the Bay Terrace, will hold a breakfast on behalf of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday. May 9, at 10 a m.. it was announced by John N. Serbin. chairman of the Residents Division. Kdward Schuchman and Louis Sohuchmen, co-chairmen of the breakfast, announced that the guest speaker will be Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater .Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal. Members of the Bay Terraoc Committee include Mario Colins. Joseph Deutsch. Edward I. Ellman. Arthur Geller. Jack Goldman. Samual Goldstein. Arthur N. Kraus. Joseph Richter. Abe Schlosser and %  Morris Solomon. Rosen is active in the Jewish community, presently serving as chairman of the State of Israel Bonds for Greater Miami, vice chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and a permanent leader of the Hebrew Academy. LOUS Reinstein was elected vice 1 resident of the Temple succeeding Sol Prankel. other officers elected were Louis DeCoveny, treasurer; Jerry Lelchuk. secretary; Jack Burstein. financial secretary; Sam Malow, assistant financial secretary; and Max Kraus-. Honorary president. Members of the board are Dave Alper.. Mrs. Elsie Belsky. Morris C Berger. Michael Bronstein. .loseph Denmark. Himen Fenster. Sol Frankel. Nathaniel Glickman. Jaime Go Idem berg. Dr. Samuel Greenfield. Samuel Graubart. Morris Hock, David Kleiman. Dr. SiB mund Klein, Jack Korenblit, Emanuel Lebowitz. Joseph Mansh:;ch. Jacob Matz. I'berto Orvieto. Julius Resnick. Harry Rosenfeld, Sam Schiffnian. Al Sherman. Robert Siegel. I. Wally Sigal. Milton Singer. Charles Sommer. Saul Tra ,hman. Jerry Sussman. Jerome L'ffner. Maurice Weil. Rubin Zerlin and Irwin Zuckerman. Incoming and outgoing officers of Temple itz. outgoing president; Louis Reinstein Menorah are shown (ieft to right) with Rabbi president; Sol Frankel, outgoing vice !" Mayer' Abramowi'z, spiritual leader: Leonard dftir'aifd Mcfx KTCUSS. honordryvjfesM^ Rosen, newly-elected president; Maurice RevZilbert to be Cifed Leonard Zilbert, vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels, w ill be honored May 4 by Miami Beach Posl 385 of the American Legion. Zilbert w ill receive a plaque for his services rendered to the post and to veterans of Dade County •to?. KT 'Career Clinic 1 At Temple Judea In an effort better to prepare local teen-agers for their decision about a career or vocation, a panel of five professional leaders will participate in a "Career Clinic" on Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Temple Judea. Leading the discussion will be Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director of Jewish Vocational Service; Dr. Edward J. Fox, ohairman ol the University of Miami Department of Marketing: Dr. Murray I. Mantell. chairman of UM's Department of Civil Engineering; Sidney Efionson. attorney; and Dr. Carl M Baumann. a practicing dentist on the staff of three Dade hospitals. According to Dr. Goodman, the vocational guidance program will be aimed at answering questions for high schoolers and their parents regarding the educational requirements and financial opportunities in various fields of work. "Career Clinic has been coordinated by Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, a psychologist and vocational guidance counselor with Jewish Vocational Service. Mrs. Charles Feinberg, president of JVS. said that the program is the first of its kind in Dade County. | % e *KMHM RiICH€ MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled in their profession. 'lit They are the dilido's catering staff. They \zc W| m al(e s uccess o| tn f P ar, y • %  • • wedding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business ^av meeting or a social luncheon. They will ', serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the dilido's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Tticrmer at )Etferon 8-0811 for the best function you'vt tvtr had! A Slrkln Mmlly CM.rprlM Apparel Club Market Mel Epstein, president of the Men's and Boys' Apparel Club of Florida, announced that his organization will hold its annual fall and holiday market on May 15 to 17th at the Miami Beach Convention Hall 0CEJNFR0NT. C0UINS AVENUE N0 IINC01H R0D Mill IT WAS A SMASHING success! WHAT WAS? BETTY'S AFFAIR AFFAIR? AT THE EVERGLADES ROOF NATURALLY. DARLING! Social affairs fara battar at tha Evaryladas. Waddings, partias. confirmations, club gatherings avarything I • Saven superb banquat and mealing rooms — even lre famous "Roof-with the-view"! • Traditional food and service, if required! • Specie! rales for groups Over 40 — parking included I Call our Chatgm d Attains (Catarmg Manager). Frad Schtatly. f* 9 5461. Soon, darting, toon. AT THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 3rd STRUT T. Jamtt Ennn, Mng. Oir TERRACE THE BisrwM: 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, H** FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN rOUl HHmiff AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATES VI \ltl 14,11 I ll\| I KOOM SEATING UP TO 300 if WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS it BANQUETS RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Superviiian if RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Mis* SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 ^^mkJ^ : 0n the % miaml ocean at country dob miami beach __ setting OR A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly I planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. Spaciousness is fbs keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos-l phere of this resort-eauie. F %  For complete details, please call Mr. Dold Kovac, Director of Food and **"* Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club^ JE 2-3600 M. nau*am luslnes Sped. Have that s Meeting. inquel, or Occasion You'll find complete facilities lo exactly "lift your needs ieilhel&A* Aladdin, Schehero:odeJ Rubaiyat Rooms, be it <•" wedding or a !**& m% th. ,„, HHulW**^ HAZEL AlUSON j|M*l •em st. com* #*



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ay. April 30. 1965 • 'JewistiFhrldHar. Page 3-C RABBI LEON KRONISH Chairman Elect O:: Sunday evening, May 2, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Greater Miami will celebrate Israel's seventeenth anniversary as a tree nation. This is a miracle made possible by the heroic men and women of Israel and by men and women of qood-will in communities throughout the world. Among the cities who have fashioned with pride a Bond with Israel, none surpasses Greater Miami, who for the past four years, have sold more Israel Bonds per capita than any other major city in the world. This rare distinction was made possible by the caliber of leadership of Miami and mos; particularly by the three preceding chairmen who have led the city from strength to strength, bringing added security to Israel and high honor to Greater Miami. Jack A. Cantor, chairman in 1959-1960, originated the concept of the Golden Trustees and brought Miami to the one and a half million dollar category. Sam Friedland, one of the outstanding Jewish leaders of the American Jewish scene, chairman for 1961 and 1962. brought Miami to the S2,000,000 mark and established a pattern of earning which has set a precedent for the entire nation. Leonard Rosen, chairman for 1963 and 1964. applied the rare dynamism of his leadership to his office of Israel Bond chairman and achieved three enviable records —the highest percentage of individual purchases, the qreatest percentage of sales to banks and fiduciaries and an overall total of $2,650,000. On the eve of Israel's glorious seventeenth year of statehood and the occasion when the community will join in celebration at Israel's Independence Dinner, the Corps of Trustees, and Patrons-Hosts hail with pride the exemplary leadership of the Miami-Israel Bond chairmen of recent years who have led the city so valiantly. On May 2, Leonard Rosen will be the proud recipient of the coveted "Chairman of the Year Award"—a worldwide honor he has richly merited. That night. Rabbi Leon Kronish, beloved national leader for the land and the people of Israel who has pioneered in the Israel Bond endeavor since its inception, will assume the reins of office as Greater Miami chairman. We congratulate Leonard Rosen and the chairmen of the past and wish Godspeed to chairman-elec Rabbi Leon Kronish. May Israel in our day achieve peace and security in a world at peace and secure. May we be privileged to continue to share in this great historic, human adventure envisioned by the prophets of old and coming to fruition in our day. TRUSTEES OF ISRAEL—STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS '•' • > .ind Mesdames: Leo Stein Lewis E. Bower Shepa.. Frankenstein Mac Gache Sidney Gans Ben Giller Norman M. Giller leniamin Mevers Samuel Kipnis Jay I. Kislak Isidore Liebhober Joseph M. L.pton Tess.e L.H Sam LLuby Ma, Orovitz Loo Poller Jack S. Popick Louis Reinstein Maur.ce Rev.tz Jac b R J£ m Ruo.n Louis B. Rodnick Sam Senter Seymoor Silverman Harry S.rk.n M.lton Sirkin William BornFox Ben Howard Kane A. J. Molasky Emil Morton Ben Novack Carrie Rosen Leonard Rosen Philip Rosenberg Raymond Carl Weinkle Max Weitz CORPS OF PATRONS—STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS Blank Max Boderman Samuel Botway M.chael Bronstem *?T* e \jLf J^cob Cosow I vlng Cypen SamF. Dane4s Sonia Danovitz Nathan Darsky Cherkas Morris Chomet Joseph Cohen Seymour Coder Moms Cooper <•* ^.ris DobschultV Isaac Donen SamDorfman IsadoreDrell Jerry Ma Deakter Louis DeCoveny Joseph Denmark Clara Denner H !" 2Lu BMtoln BenE.son Morris Falk Paul Faske Sam Feinstein Herman W. Feldman J. DuDell Bernard Ehrenpreis Aaron Ehrlichman Leon X Ell Joseph tps Samuel Frankel Sol Frankel Mayshie Friedberg Fannie C. Frommer Maxmillan Feldstein Betty P.Feuer Joseph H. Ht William WN ^EJEiltarrrSmrt Benne Gittleman George Goldberg Jaime Goldemb.rg Morris Sam Fochs Samuel Galfond Maurice Gans Ann Garf.n^l Leo Gelvan nary Lillian Goodman Samuel Graubert Jennie Grossinger Louis R.Gr Go'dfarb Frank Goldman Sol Goldstein f 1 '"^'^ H.rrv H.rriT WmJ Harris Max Hecht Frank Her.hey George Holtsberg S.r Moss J. Grundw.rg Abraham A. Grunhut A J. Mr* H r "'"'*„ Wm pau '| Kesser Morris Kipper Robert L. Koeppel M.xKolker Fred Jonas Manuel Joseloff Samuel Kann Bernard Katz Jack *•"•"'' sidney Lefkowit. David Lehrfield Irving Lehrman Mo. amuel G. Jamison Harry Koretzky ,, hm n sidnev Lefkowitz David Lehrfield Irving Lehrman Moe Levin Albert Murry Koretzky Max Kr.uss Joseph Krefetz Eugene £**"*JQ Jj*£, n Manilow Joseph Mansbach Dave M.rgulies Ben M.rkowitz Emanuel Ment* f. Levine Benjamin Levine Max A. Lipsch.tz Samuel L.pton Lewi' !" „ s ,anlev C M Morris Nash Nathan Nash Robert H. Newman Rose Newman Lou,, Merwitzer Morris I. Minov Merry B Morns *'" ,nd *' !" S p\ ato H Martin Pollack Morris Pollack Sam Pollock David Ponve David Provu* Sol Nord Max Nuhomovic Selma Oritt E. Albert "He* "ffT !" £ j oliu$ ReS nick Phil Revitz Hyland Ritas Benjamin B. Rimer Joseph M. Rose Joseph Rabin Jacob Rabinowitz Morns Rabmow.tz Joseph U. "^gmLur Ro in Jacob Rus lrvin M S,ch Jo ** ph S,ck Solomon Sandier Marcus Max Rosen Charles Rosengarten Julius '•'" rt S, "" b R S S 0 Sc hwTr,z Mendell M. Selig Max Shapiro Benjamin Sharps Murray A. Shaw Sol C. Sarok.n Solomon M. Schiff Sam Schiffman Isidores cnui •JJ*S c, mS imonhoff Louis F. Snetman Gerald Soltz Charles Sommer Nathan H. Spiegelman Shave Fred K. Shochet Harry Silver William Silvorstein Marry simonnona Harold Thurman Oscar I. Tobey Sadie Trosky Isaac Unterman Abraham Joseph F. Stein Phillip Stein lrvin 9 Ste.nlauf Marks lenen PWoskow Manuel Yavelow Morris Young Joseph Zalis Maurice L. Uslander Alfred Waxman Berel Worn Jul, an T W f'**'* Matthew Zuckerman. Zsretsky Robin Zerlin Samuel Zitner Joseph Zuckerman Matthew iuckerm.