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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 4, 1966

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

Notes

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 4, 1966

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01935

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
mber 9
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 4. 1966
Two Sections Price It
usk May Discuss A-Projects With
Nasser During
Meet in UAR
ORDERED DEPORTED FROM EGYPT
ix-Israel Pilot
rash Lands On
'eace Mission'
IV (JTA) An Israeli natures from Israelis to back his
owner, Abraham Na- peace appeal He said thai if he
Tel Aviv, flew to Egypt received loo.ooo signatures by
iard a 40-year old bi- March 8. he would attempt his
h lie named "'Shalom." peace mission.
al he called "a peace Mondaj Morning, Nathan arriv-
esigned to convince ed at the small Israeli airport near
, sidenl Game! Abdel Herzliah where he had parked his
peace talks should be two sealer steerman aircraft. He
. .n Egypt and Israel.
(. hours after Nathan's
i ss dispatches reported
Saul that, having run
Nathan crash-landed
n Saul Airport. There,
es slated, he was met
id Governor Mohamed
who said he would
I' sraeli over to Govern-
ties in Cairo Nathan
illy uninjured m the
Later he was order-
; i mi Egypt '
kthan, who is 38, was bom
lers.a He had been a pilot
e Critish Royal Air Force
liter flew for the El Al
I Air Lines. In last Novem-
aeneral elections in Israel.
as an independent candi-
c- the Knesset (Parlia-
promising that, if elect-
cold fly to Cairo to re
Continued on Page 3-A
StCRETARY RUSK
coming up soon
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk may
discuss American-Egyptian coop-
eration on Egypt's nuclear desalin-
ation program on his forthcoming
\ isit to Egypt, it was indicated by
State Department sources.
The Department. meanwhile,
said it could neither confirm nor
deny reports that Egypt has cm
barked on nuclear desalination
and that the United States might
assist However, it was learned
U.S. Department of Interior ex-
perts and other American nuclear
development authorities went to
NUCLEAR POTENTIAL
LB] Given
Protest Of
Aid to Israel
Birchite N.Y. Police
Become State Issue
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
reel's nuclear weapons potent
Egypt over a year' ^^accompani- ^ Ub|W| sta(es arms shipmcnts
to Israel were among topics CO'
letter from
ed by an observer from the Inter-
national Atomic Energy Agency
They reviewed plans and advised ered in a 'personal'
the Egyptian Government on a Egyptian President
dual purpose electricity and de-
salting plant powered by nuclear
energy.
NEW YOKE i-l'I'A The
issue ol membership by New York
Cits policemen in the .lohn Bin h
Society, which has been charged
with aim Semitic activities, was
revived again this week by actions
,,f Gov, Rockefeller and Mayor
Lindsay.
Gov Rockefeller said, that as
far as be knew, no members of
the New York state police were
Birch Society members and that
ard R. Leary for a report of the
activities, "if any," of city pol-
ice who were members of the
Society. He acted soon after the
newly-appointed police commis-
sioner said that he would have
no objection to such member-
ship by city police if it did not
impair their efficiency.
Later the Mayor called the
Birch Society "infamous'' anc'
"against everything decent and
= i,V. en^ace'tX he' w^oVpose 'such members,,,,, fair.' and ^jj^jbjj^tt.
Isratl. He was Sadly beat- because the "sole loyalty" of pol- group 'maybeJ"""""*^/
,h. election campaign. ice "mus. be U, the state JJjJ {^J^SEr *lS
Egypt subsequently is believ-
ed to have had a British feasibi-
Continued on Page 11-A
Rabbis And
Laymen Air
Viet Struggle
A.-eks ago. Nathan an-
i he was seeking -,
Mayor Lindsay called upon
City Police Commissioner How-
Continued on Page 10-A
MAGIC MARK NOW WITHIN SIGHT
)R IS ISSUE
NEW YORE (JTA) A con-
sensus for a military stalemate in
Viet Nam allowing intensive ef-
fort lor peace emerged here this
week as rabbis and lay leaders of
the three religious movements in
American Judaism Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform had an
all day study conference on Juda-
ism and world peace. The confer-
ence, held at Columbia University
under the auspices of the Sj na-
;- ooo mark, associate chairman,| gogue Council of America, the na.
Weiss, reported. "The out- tional coordinating agency for the
the $1,000.0001 rabbinic and congregational
1X4 'Million Dollar' Meet
Nasser
President Johnson, inform)
sources reported here this wei -
The letter was given to the Presi.
dent bj Anwar el-Sadat, speaker
the Egyptian national assembly,
who came to Washington as a
of the Government.
The Egyptian Embassj disi
and the White House confirm* 1
deliver} of the letter but neithet
source was willing to give any
additional information. However
both Egyptian and United States
sources said it could be assumed
that the letter conveyed some
Nasser's recent publicly- voice-
concern over Israel's alleged pro\
imity to nuclear arms capability.
Nasser's protest Over Ihe supply >f
Continued on Page 5-A
INQUIRY INTO CHARGES
GOP Clashes
On Kal Fink;
associate
most hree weeks ahead of last Milton
year the 1SM16 Combined Jewish look for surpassing
Miami marks o0al on Sunday is excellent, cal
ise Quits
I Vvh I.;
ips Polic)
\ Y 1 V (JTAi Dr.
\\ i e, who i esi ned as
I il Tel Avi> University
dispute with rector
I lefl ili!> week for a
to the United Mates.
I | .. i, .
Katz said he had no plans
F but refused any com-
"n Ihe resignation.] u.....
Iher high university of
Wise confirmed reports
Premier Levi Eshkol and
fnce Minister Pinhas Sapir
bht to persuade him to stay.
Mi understood also that Tel
Continued on Page 15-A
met chairman, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, asserted.
With such outstanding achieve-
ments as the Westview Country
Club's Federation Day. chaired by
David P Catsman, and the first
,,.,., tings ol the Women's Divisii n
guided bj Mrs Jean Lehman, al
us to our
Appeal of Greater
its second annual "Million Dollar
Breakfast" this Sunday morning
at the Foiilnineblcau Hotel with
the first milestone towards a oal
ol $1,566,666 within sight
Hundreds of key chairmen and
other volunteers from scores oi
Dade County organizations will
join together al the 10:30 a m ses read> on th
sion to hear television news com- tum should carry
menlator David Schoenbrun and Continued on Page 6.A
listen t" up-to-the-minute reports
from major CJA divisions.
"Spirit of '66" awards recog-
niiing some of the units which
already have exceeded their
1965 totals will be announced
by general campaign chairman,
Jay I. Kislak, and his cabinet.
Joseph M Lipton, president ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedi
Uon lauded Kislak and "his hard
hitting team for maintaining a
figure of close to 24 percent in-
creases, card forward on those
pledges already secured
As of Wednesday afternoon, the
campaign total passed the $822.-
or-
ganizations of the three religious
groups, was called to air the is- emerged
sue and not to offer or adopt any
resolutions on it.
Participants stronglj criticized
the i nited states involvement in
Viel Nam, but a sharp dissent was
entered in a separate statement is-
sued b> the Rabbinical Alliance of held a two-da> closed hi
America, a group oi American- the charges again I the Ra] F
ulti-jborn Orthodox rabbis not affiliated the extremist faction t .ark \
Continued on Page 13-A
THEN TON. N..I. (JTA) A
clash between national and New
Jersey State Young Republicans
this week from an in
vestigation oi charges thai an
ultra-right faction in the state or
ganization was guilty of
Semitism and racism
A threi man nalu aai m\ '!
Ing team came to Tr< nton and
Continued on Page 8-A
Breakfast Will Hear These Leaders
DR. UHRMAN
WfISS
UPTON
MRS. IfHMAN
KISLAK
SCHOfNBRUN


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Demand for Jackie Gleason Ball Tickets
Picking Up Speed, Wolfson Says
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fJewist flmridliiciir
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Trades Division
Inaugural Meet
Uiaugwal meeting of the Liquor,
Wine and Beer Group of tiie Food,
K.staurant and Allied Trades Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal wiM be held Wednesday. Mar.
<*. 4 p.m., in the board room of tho
Creator Miami Jewish Federation,
1317 Biscayne Blvd.
Jerry Blank, co-chairman of the
Food Division, is coordinating the
meeting
Leo A. Chaikin, of Wrinkle's
l,i(|UOEH. and Jerome Halpern. of
Atlanta liquor Corp.. will co-chair
the initial session of the CJA
M'OUP.
Norton Pallot and George ,.I.J
Talumiff are co-chairmen of |
hades for the 1966 CJA.
Ex-Pilot on 'Peace Mission'
Continued from Pg 1-A
told newsmen, some of whom had
accompanied him to the airport,
that he had received 70.000 signa
tures to his peace petition from
Israelis, and that he had also re-
ceived letters approving his cam-
paign from various outstanding
world personalities, including Lord
Bertrand Russell of Britain and
Premier Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya.
At the airport, Nathan requested
and obtained clearance for what
he called a "training flight." He
said he had sufficient fuel to la.-t
him four hours. He issued a state-
ment to Nasser, declaring that he
was unarmed and did not even
carry a radio in his plane, as a
sign of peaceful intentions. In his
appeal to Nasser, he stated:
'Please ensure my sale landing
at Port Said."
He told newsmen at the air-
port that he had left a will with
his attorney in Tel Aviv, to
make sure that payments due
for the airplane are met, and
that he had also willed son
paintings that he owns to the
Israel Museum in Jerusalem. "I
have a clear plan," he stated,
"for bringing peace between
Israel and the Arabs. All that
has to be done is to open nego-
tiations."
As Nathan s small plane to>tc
off in a general southerly direc-
tion. Israeli lighter planes took to
the air and followed him a short
distance, but did not try to force
him down. His announced i a
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Volume 39 Number 9
Friday. March 4. 1966
12 Aden 5726
The Purim Holiday:
A Committment
The celebration of Purim this
weekend brings us back to our read-
ing of the Megillah, and once again
on this joyous holiday, we will cheer
the heroine and hiss the villain and
*.:s ten sons.
The heroine is, of course, Queen
Esther, who saves the Jews against
the wicked designs of Haman by in-
terceding on their behalf with her
usband. King Ahasuerus.
But mainly, once again, we are
confronted with one more period in
cur history when godless men sought
4c destroy the Jewish people.
And it is an ever-glorious ending
with which we are confronted: that
the Jews prevail and survive, even
OB they survived holocausts far
greater than Haman ever intended
'or them.
The major lesson to be learned is
i-.al a people united in their cultural,
traditional and religious identity can
x.either be divided nor destroyed, no
/natter how potent the threat to them.
Il is only in the face of vague com-
rrutment that we can falter and then the
threat need not be potent at all.
In the days of Mordecai, Esther, Ahasuerus
end Haman, the Jewish commitment to Judaism
was already sufficiently strong to defeat a ty-
.::-!. It would be well for us, this Purim, to
study the nature of our own commitment in our
[ .:-:. time.
Jewish Self-Haters
Those who insist that the John Birch Society
:s not anti-Semitic, and who point to founder
rt Welch's statements in defense against
.harge, are begging the issue.
Fcr one thing, the organization's political
orientation is such that it seems to attract the
ind of right-wing personality to many of whom
demitism has long been a way of life.
Hence, the Birchites are already, by their
very nature, an umbrella outfit embracing a va-
r.ety of extremist views that must be inimical to
Americans fcr whom Americanism means more
than an exclusively aristocratic elite for
whom Americanism means a way of life nur-
ruring all citizens of good-wi!! and creative en-
vor regardless of race or religion.
But that a number of Jewish leaders are now
ided together to form the Jewish Society of
Americanists within the John Birch Society is
-.- especially deplorable turn of events. It
jests that anti-Birchites can not be "Amer-
ists" which is. nf course traditional Birch
iety philosophy. It aiso crectes distinctions
among Birchites, themselves.
Why must Jews now have to seareaate
:hemselves within the larger Birch umbrella?
We have long been accustomed to Jewish
self-haters, but this seems to be the worst case
oi all.
his mind and exaggerated his behavior beyond
all acceptable reason.
This can not change. Men in public life have
all too often been the victims of such persons
without control over their actions and forced
to move by seemingly inexplicable destinies.
Richard Wishnetzky, tortured by messianic
self-delusions, was one of these.
Lee Harvey Oswald, late of Dallas, Tex., on
one sad winter day of November, 1963, was
another.
But something can perhaps be done in
terms of the socicl trcgedy. The issue should
be: To what extent ouch; rabbis in our time in-
volve themselves in "pcstorcl counseling"? By
all standards, Richard Wishnetzky was ill; he
had previously been hospitalized, and un-
doubtedly received subsequent medical atten-
tion.
The trend among our spiritual leaders today
is for them to become involved in the emotional
ailments c'.tacking their congregants, who seek
their guidance. At what point, both for these
people and in the best interests of the rabbis
themselves, should a line be drawn bstween
what is within the spiritual capacity of a rabbi
to offer such a person in the seclusion of his
study, and between what rightly belongs in a
physicicn's office?
Perhaps out of his own great humc
Rabbi Adler did no*, draw the line sharply
enough in the case of Richard Wishnetzky.
.. as
by LEO
the week
i see it
MINDLIN
*
Uf E SAT in a quiet corner of
" the cofit-e shop an 1 tnlki d
IlirillO flip U f'f'L for several hours. Much time
(.(HiHg iiic ncciv has passcd and mar thlngs
have occurred since Nate Perl-
mutter lat left town. N*ow,
he's assistant national iircclor
of the Domestic Affairs De-
partment of the American
Jewish Committee in New-
York City. He came t Miami
to address a meeting of the
Greater Miami Chapter. Neither the intervening years nor the dis
tance diminished the feeling between us. Men grow older. Some-
times, their enthusiasm wanes about the principles and causes that
once heated their brains. It becomes a way of life with a less obvious
and less demanding goal. The enthusiasm is of a different order;
hence, one can only be less certain about goals.
This does not mean compromise. It is not what some say: that in-
crease in years means the development of a conservative point of view.
Instead, it suggests what maturity comes to recognize: that the whole
pie is never available for grabs, with the sole criterion of successful
achievement the urgency and the dedication of the grabbing: r.or does
the whole pic taste equally good in each of its portions. Besides, tin
attainment of pie in the sky does not depend merely upon youthful
ambition, which is generally the equivalent of frontal assau!' Sonic-
times, it is a matter ol a sneak end run; and it is only then that one
learns that less than the sum ot its parts can often be better than
the whole.
Too poetic? Possibly more realistic; while the- brashness of youth
would. I suppose, call it what I've already suggested as being a falst
conclusion: the development of a conservative point of view Let me
hasten to assure: We sat in a corner of the coffee shop. What had
not changed was the overwhelming propensity for talking
THi WITCH FROM PWSONAllTltS TO RESOURCES
lIATE PERLMUTTER is still enthusiastic rtal.stically enthusi
"astic How better, for example, after the mutual and silent ex
change oi feeling that needs no words, to talk about Negroes,
item he discussed before the Miami Chapter of the American Jew
ish Committee? The Clifford Brown incident still leaves a frightful
and disturbing anger long after it has subsided. The education chair-
man for the Congress of Racial Equality in Mt. Yernon, NY., ad-
dressing the Mt, Yernon Board of Education several weeks ago. told
an audience of about a hundred persons, including many Jews: Hill.,
made one mistake when he didn't kill enough of you."
Said Perlmutter In his professional capacity as AJCommiitee's as-
sistant national director of domestic affairs: "Let's continue as a pei
pie to do justice. Let's do so because it is right rather than a< a pal
liative to bigotry, regardless of the race of its practitioners. And let
us rely on rational Negro leaders who are similarly motivated t<
communicate to the Negro community that the Jewish comiuunitx if
no more responsible for the ghetto's slumlord than is the Negro com
munity for its law-breakers."
In effect, he was saying that Negroes must avoid the pitfall ol
anti-Semitism. They must avoid the doctrine of collective ?uilt and
group responsibility. For their part, Jews, who ha\t- been significant.
ly present in the Negro cause, should now become "necessarily less
significant as the Negro develops his own leadership."
"The talents and experiences emerging from the years >f Jew-
ish communal service are the most relevant resource the I
to olfei," he said.
HAAUETESQUE [QUIV0CATI0N- OF JAMES FARMER
TO USE them properly, Perlmutter proposed thai a corps
mittees in such areas as child-care, counselii I isiness i
associations be set up jointly with representatives ol the V
munity. "This is a contribution thai exports out talents rathei tl
simply our be-: wi he* While formerly, the N o requii
wishes, now h eeds oui rience to emulati I from cli i
- 'it."
But, as : -.. the years told Who could nol react DC al
wondered, to hat P. mutter described as the "Uamletesque i
t';11""1 ": Farmer, national director ol CORE whei i
other. lh< organization ordered an ivestigation lo
termine the contexl in which Clifford Brown made his sti
rather than bring Brown outrighl and dressing him down i
!'""'';,s, Uh" ""l!,i "Ot, for .-.ample, agree with Will Mas
ional director of the Americai Jewish Congress, in bis letter of res-
Ignation as a m< mber nf the o ire board?
'I can not continue an association with a group whose mo,a! |
so i bmq as to respond in an equivocal manner to the horrifwi
and racist public statement," he declared, adding: "Can you
ceive oi an; contexl that would make Mr. Browns outrageous I
ment permissible?"
All of which got us talking somewhat .r.or, heatedly in the
';'"": P on the subject of Negr, leadershii II
ZV"e. x increasingly taken to anti-Semitic utl
mg all along on the emergence of their leadci
ei at. these utterances .
pation i- thus fai In .
lkJ.ri. r || ~~jh. "a- N"*S UAOm DlNV 1'* ^CATION
Million Dollar Breakfast rerj*d "gutter -.->, American .u.w, 0
hi,'!'',,'..' February (Vol. 2. No
__
Drawing the Fine Line
The shooting of Rabbi Morris Adler in his
pulpit during Sabbath services at Shaare Ze-
dek Temple in Detroit is both a personal and
social tragedy.
In terms of the prominent spiritual leader
himself, there is little to be said that does not
speak for itself. Conducting an "ecumenical
service" before 1,500 worshippers, including
seme 125 guests from the Catholic and Protes-
:cnt communities, Rabbi Adler was gunned
.. by one of his own congregants, a bril-
iianl student whose mental illness had heated
Greater Miami's second cnnucl "Mi
Dollar Breakfast" for the 1966 Comb
ish Appeal, scheduled for Sunday morning at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, is noteworthy for sev-
eral reasons. (See Page 1-A;.
First is the virtual assurance with the
campaign total already past the S922.000 mark
- that the million dollar figure will be sur-
passed by an even greater margin than a
year ago.
Second is the fact that the breakfast itself is
being held some three weeks ahead of the
first "Million Dollar Breakfast" last year.
Add to this the factors of an average in-
crease, card for card, of some 24 percent, and
the dedicated leadership already mobilized at
every level of the campaign, and the outlook
for achieving the 1966 minimum goal of SI,566 -
666 appears excellent.
Greater Miamians, we are sure, will not
flee in their efforts to make this possibility a
happy community reality.
............ua') i m. 6, no : This s a
\ ; ": '^ To Fulfill Thesi R ghts, N'egro
,."'"". and 'ntergroup specialists will consider ho I
.' Presidenl Johns,,,, ,1;1S described as the Bli<
Am"""s another nation Bui it seems to me. there will be I
i >-- biht oi discussing whal Perlmutter, himself, urged i
Jewish fi*SXEr "k th0se Negro 8elfn,P P iA '"" '
' h an S' J" exp/rlen? Take- for &. the Daniel Pat
o" I '';"' uegn) h"""y "'-'Wnuation. At a planning scs.
inal Person1!'! <','1m.",U,"'y never ^Zin to accept at least mom.
t" I lam tni S|T,Slb,h'y for i,s troublt'-s? R ^ then continue
re,Slv pr, T r ""h"?rse,vcs even when N" anti-Semm-
i" their .h I v *ywWlllta| Jewish civil libertarian endeavoi
report to \n\vL 'h' ^"7 "0t reac,ing anril>' in lht' Mynlnan
to foist on iVv \ ;'irmt' "?d ,,f coll<,c,i' W hicn they seek
f raw NegroLiK ? "s cntireIy lo ** ""d^stood in term.
leadership ,ee,UIs feelings untethered by responsible Ni
has i'!il(l'"";;;'V'J>e;n ,K"nt- An off-Broadway dramatist. ,.......
for Social!Rese STS"? f\CU,ty member at ,hp ^un,cd New School
HeisTS, \&" VorkCity. e is ... Negro lead..
!f! Nwo arttot Ha la also the authoi
'ack Art. which appeared in the January, 1968
Continued on Page 15-A


Friday March 4 1966
t'Jenist fhrldf/ar)
Page 5-A
Is*
LBJ Gets Protest of Arms A id
Continued from Page l-A the reception was being held ul a
time "when we hear threats of a
Patton tanks to Israel and the so-called preventive war against
"complications" these develop- Israel." The reception was report-
ments evented for Nasser's efforts edly arranged at State Department
to "explain" United States policies request,
to North Viet Nam
Grecte: Miami Committee reception for Weizmann Institute
last week at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin (left to right)
are S-_art L. Simcn. chairman; Prof. Michael Feldman. Weiz-
manr. Institute of Science, guest of honor; Harry H. Frankel. na-
tionc: chairman, special projects; Jacob Rifkin. host; Harold
ShapiiO, former Mayor of Miami Beach.
Israeli Scientist Talks at Home
Prol
raeli s<
search
people
Jacob
Feb. li
Dr
ogist : '
[icha I Itnan, an Is-
Hist .' n cancer re
efore .. gathering of IS
I Mr. pnd Mrs.
kin, '-:. ~ Alton ltd on
Rer-ov ith, Israel, Baid
roots of the
ijor undertak-
in different
40 year-old biol-
... v,.. Inst'tMle of
tin- c st int
cancel rus is
In scien
fields
He i- cribed the Wiezmann In-
stitute "the pace-setting labora
tory Wi Ch demonstrates Israel's
culturi i nd spiritual growth."
"Th last ten years have seen
a revi.al of studying immuniza-
tion *?ainst cancer," Dr. Feld-
man !*id. "But before we can
prewen- cancer, we must first
know wny celts, brain and blood
cells, 'or example, function as
they ot."
Al-i i the program was Harry
H Krsi: ;el. economist and mem-
ber of ve Boar.i of Governors of
the Ar.-rican Committee for the
VVeizmi: n Institu'e of Science.
youth Carn'wal on Sunday
A S| al youth carnival will be
held it observance of l'urim at
Beth el Congregation on Sun-
day at p.m.
for EXPERIENCE
^INTEGRITY
The gathering wa the first of-
ficial meeting oi the Greater Mi-
ami Committee for the Institute,
said Stuart l. v n sistant
count] attornej n I chairman of
the li cal nip
After seeing Mr. Johnson, the
Egyptian delegation met with
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
who tendered a luncheon for the
visitors at which. State Depart-
ment sources said, reassurances
were given that the United
States would use all of its influ-
ence to induce Israel to desist
from nuclear weap. envelop-
ment.
A reception for the Egyptians by
the Near Eastern subcommittee of
the Mouse Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee was assailed by Rep. Leon-
ard Farbstein. New York Demo-
crat and member of the subcom-
mittee, He refused to attend the
reception on grounds he did not
feel that "honor should be be-
stowed on the official representa-
tive of a country" whose head. Nas
ser, ha- just denounced the Unit-
ed States Ren Farbstein said that
State Department spokesman
Robert McCloskey meanwhile de-
clined to comment this week i
; tian press reports liia' Pi
Nasser had threatened a p: :
ventive war against Israel if Isra
tested a nuclear weapon. The Sts*.'.
Department spokesman said, ho1"
ever, the United States was
posed to nuclear proliferation.
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Friday, March 4. 1966
CJA 'Million Dollar' Meeting Sunday
Continued from Page 1-A
- ite target on schedule." Kislak
- ted.
Schoenbrun, an eyewitness to
the release of the helpless rem-
nants of European Jewry at the
close of World War II, is coming
to Miami Beach experssly for
Sunday's meeting. Reservations
ire still available for the break-
fast, and may be made at the
Federation office.
Selioenbnm believes in "dig-
ging" in tor the news and thor-
onghly working a "heat" ind in
knowing what is soinn on "inside
and out."
1 don't run with a hot micro
phone looking for a news scoop."
hi says. hut I do try to keep
B reasl of what's ^oin.a on all over
world, what's making new<.
whether it be economics, politics.paigning in CJA history, with the
geography, fashion, bull lighting,j **"d JS^fe.fSC
or theater. dialing breakfasts, brunches, lull-
Work is a matter of constant ches. receptions, parlor meetings,
research for Schoenbrun. He never, assignment sessions and report
flips the off-button." Convene- meetings at a rapid clip,
tions with traveling or dinner com-
panions are constantly filtered.
Transit time in jets or taxis, wait-
ing time in lobbies, is for reading
newspapers.
He is multi-lingual, fluent in
French, German and Spanish.
He speaks Italian, and Hebrew,
and can get along in Portuguese.
To keep up with political and
economic conditions, he sub-
scribes to 30 foreign periodicals,
and an hour each night is set
aside for books.
Sunday's breakfast will launch
the most intensive month of cam-
Brtwiml i C*. Ktmtiel fox. Mh:
lM.....ir- Mr*. Larry Filt-rtlHrnl.
s; i- ,i. .H.....1. fturmj Prled-
.1.....ph R X ''""'. Ni'him fKMrmnn,
MnrrlH Norton, Samuel Nrkwn, Mm
(HMVltS. Albert IM*1. HTlH*l fail;-.
Norton Pallot, S. Ronald r.Mnr Uun
IVtller, sum Polloek, Jack s. Poplrk,
luvi.t i: Porvln, Jacob ReMnowttx
Rablrmwitt. CHiirte* NeMttn. I>r
Mfturler Rich, Robert M. i:ohr>lii>. .1. .
..oh M !:*. I.....mini li.--.-i II.,
., -hi 1 IliHMMlthlll, William S. Riihon.
I
Samw i ;>*"".
Henrj tlllbert,
nilckirmn. I'-
Committee members for tin- Million
r>>llr i:r.-.ikf:ist" include rlaroia AB-
boil, Mrs Jack Alilin Lotlla tt. A-
ler, \\ llll.im AKriiiiove, A. .1 Alexan-
der, Bills Aimliir. Hldne} l>. Am-im.
I Williams Aute, I.. JuleH Arklli, .l:u--l>
i M. Arvey, Richard B. Ayarva, Rnbbl
I Shimon Aiuluy, 8. Ronald Barneltv.
,i Wn Baron Jr., Dr Cart M. Bau-
manti, Jul us B. Bearman, i "avid Ben-
dell I B. Berk, Joseph Hlrnbaum
David Blank, Jerry Blank, Bmanuel
Blum, ltlf liliiin Jr., Boy Bowen
8r Louis Bresler, Efliennrd Broad, Jo-
, -. |.li !:. Brooks, Joseph Budowskv,
Also, David P. Cataman, I..... A
Chalkln, Hilward Cohen, Josejih in-
hen, I'liltlp X. rolemnn. Arthur Coin-
shon Benjamin Cutler, Judge Irving
Cynen, Louis I. Davis. Jaek A. Dla-
1 monrt, IM Dokson, William Mnhoi i
I..... Rlaensteln, I.....n .1 Bll, Ben ba-
stn, Wall, i S FY k, Samuel PhtIk r.
Paul Paske, Mrs. Charles P P' "
berg. Mis* Beg Peldman, Martin I'm,.
i: H
Saiim
man.
\|.,.. Swim i
R hi I K Hi
n, n i nil. i. Mrs. a. i........
mmin ii.-lil. Sam Ooldmon. Burton I-
,;. Ni.in. .-am A t!.....stein. Mrs. Sol
,;M.t.i. Km- I J <* **
.;,-.-.... Mrs Milton (ireen, Nathan .-.
(inmenlek. Jerrj Rail*-. H*"na
Hammer. Brnenl K. Harrta. Loula
:,,.,-,-. Mnrshiill s Harris Wm J,
";. rmnlel Seal Heller, Albert J
Hlrseh, i'i N'orman Jaffc. Ernesl Jan-
i~. I'i.li Jnrmarn.
\,.,,. Aaron M. Kajuu-r, Irving Kap-
lan Leon Ki........ Morris Kaaiffnuin,
I.,-.n.ml Kelli i. Bernard .' Ken pier, j
l ,.,,,- Kenln Max Knlker. Mrs Ini .
Robert krinanian. JUjlk^Hnr^
Alan, Dnnnld F Rabin, H.rman Ku-
l.ln. Ilvmaii Kubln living Hubin. s. \
mour Kul In. Itloyd Itii.iklr. Robert
rtuasell, Dr Leater ISufwln. Irving
Saai. IMtHIn Saks, Jaek HatntMr", Iri
ing Siliaizmaii. Rabbi BotonMi Rr-hlff,
Sam .-' Inlal'l/.. .\|. nil.ll M. SHlK, I'lUl-
lei s, i.i.r. John V Herbln, Kr. .1 K
sii,-h.-i. s.-uil Kllbermain, l*ivvi si1
var, Judge Sam Hllver, Lorrj Rtlvei-
man. Arthur Slni"Ti.-. hiwiw.,, K.
Singer, Harrj Sirkln. Milton Rtrkln,
loulv P. Sii'iman. Oeorg f*ane;, A\'-
s,|,,sl<". Siiniiii-l Stark. Samuel Steen,
i|. -niiin Si.-in. Arnold Stern. Rrwin
II s ii n Rifhai .1 I' Stone, I lavid
smzin.
Als
I lore
.I..I
Slil III
man,
I. M
Ktipp
giewart Punnegg, Jerrj Puss
Knlker, Mra. Inei ,., ,;,,,,-,. Tallanoff, I <>u Taylor,
Krlnsman, JUf^LHarold Thurrrmn, B>Ton .1. Tonol, Itob
rfnan, g:nn i.!n htrmt. j M |,., ;, u Mrs. Howard Trin
II liing, i:.lanl Lawman.
|.efc..urt. Mr- Jean I". Leh-
|, anil Mrs Irving l^enrinnn,
I., i. link. Robert B.
CJA Divisions Gird for Giving
Levin, l>;
i i Inson, l'r. Max A LIpsrhlM M
liernnnl Litnuin, Herbert l.o-
- in Lub> .1- Philip Lustlne
Roberl Ma. In o-.-.ir Munil" r. I'a\.
M.-lin Baron lie Hlrwli Mevei Ben
\|,.v.r ..... Mlik.nb.rg. Morris Ml- Leonard Kllherl l..nn Zlrn, Joseph I
,,,.,. Hum- Miami h, Raj M ifsoi Al 7. liken
exninler Muss. St.ii,I.- iv M>ers, Di (w-utlve l>li
lemme I'ffnw. Mitrria t't-ist. Stanley
\\ ,tt-. Murmy II. Well, Mr. ;uul Mrs
i"art Welnkle, Melvin Weinkle. Ralph
Weishanl Maxwell H. Wrtsbkitt, Ar-
D \\ .is>. MIHnn w,i->. Mm
w.iiz. Mr. and Mr- Irvine We>
A II Wiener, I r Karl I. Wli ner,
.1,.-. Winsou, Mali-,ln* W..UI, t.l..'j
Stanley ll Wolff, Bernard
Arthur
Kosiehan,
\ cocktail reception at the
lard Club on Monday, at 4
, n inaugurated the 1966
< imbined Jewish Appeal in the
K ij Construction and Real Estate
isions.
Sponsors of the CJA party in-
1 I:* n Giller. of Washington
i ii-. i Sai ings and Loan Ass '
i ation, chairman of the division:
is Broad, American Federal
S vings and Loan Association
F Danels. Citizens Federal:
E rnest Janis, Republic National
Bank: Jay I. Kislak, CJA general
i airman, and the J. I hislak
Mortgage Corporation of Florida:
Ronald Lipton. Dade Federal;
Paul Mark- Flaglcr Federal.
Leonard Miller: Dan Rosso, Miami
National Bank: .Indue Sam I. Sil-
ver. International Bank of Miami;
and Milton Weiss. CJA associate
chairman, and Miami Beach Fed
eral Savings and Loan Association.
Giller. president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and an ac-
tive leader of CIA. said "early in-
dications point to a dramatp- in-
crease in our division, reflecting
the creatly improved business con-
ditions.'*
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+legist HerMkxn
Page 7-A
Schechter School Views 'Klal Yisrael
The Solompn Schechter Day
School of Temple Emanu-El, at
724 77th St., Miami Beach, now
boasts an enrollment nearing the
100 mark and a Hebrew studies
and English curriculum ranging
from nursery and kindergarten
through fifth grade.
"Next year," said Dr. Irving
Lehman, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, we hope to add a
sixth grade. He smiled pleasur-
ably. recalling the more modest
beginnings of the school.
"Now we have a central li-
brary, playground, a dining room
serving hot lunches, and an as-
sembly hall," he mused. "Then,
there are the youth lounge, the
{acuity room, a roof garden, and
facilities for our PTA and Sister-
hood not to mention our beau
tiful classrooms."
School Wins Charter
Samuel J. Leibowitz, education
a* director of the Solomon Schechter
~ School here, noted that "at a re
cent North American conference i
of Jewish day schools affiliated
with the Conservative movement,!
those institutions that qualified
.molding to the highest stand
ardj of the movement's bi-cul-
tural program over the years,
were given a charter by the Jew-
ish Education Commission of the
I S A.
"We were one of the schools
to receive a charter." Leibowitz
added.
"We hope we're looking at Jew-
ish lite as a democratic frame
work." said Dr. Ix-hrman. and
our Solomon Schechter School is
one of the branches of the tree of
Judaism. There always have been
schools' of thought. There were
the schools' of Hillel and Sham
mai. What we hope to instill into
our students is a love for all the
lew ish people and a respect
for the differences among them."
--*- Growth in Depth
Walk through the Solomon
Schei liter School, and their is a
I it buzz one hears in the hall
aj of se r i ou s teaching i" "
' assroom "We've grown -
aid Dr Lehi man > h
' proci 5s ol growth
. Remedial work is at least a.s si_-
9 i nificaut in helping the advanced
. student to forge ahead as to assist
j those slightly behind.
In addition to Dr. Lehrman and
H cations as set forth by the Dade Leibowitz. there are Naomi Bran
County Board of Public Instruc-, deos, supervisor of the preschool
txon. "And in our Hebrew studies," (department, and Miss Mary Falha-
he said, "we aim to present the | ber, the school's new principal, a
broad gamut of Jewish traditional former principal In the Cleveland,
and cultural experience." o., public school s>stem.
Leibowitz noted that scholar-
ships are .being offered to those
who need them. "If a child's fam-
ily can't pay, he is welcome to
learn in any case."
The Solomon Schechter School
was planned well ahead, and de-
spite the growth to sixth grade by
next semester, the plant on 77th
St. still boasts enough facilities;
while bues bring children to the
school from just a few blocks away
and those living at some distance.
Specialized Faculty
Faculty includes five Hebrew
----------------------and five English teachers, and in
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, addition there are specialists in re-
visits a classroom session at the Solomon Schechter Day n,ed'al studies, and music. The
School of the Temple. school also boasts an art teacher,
who helps study Jewish holidays
and other cultural experiences
emphasize the excellence of our In English studies, the school co- through an expressive intcrpreta-
classrooms. ordinates curriculum with specifi- tion of their Jewish content.
V:
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Composrr-Conductor Cantor
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A holiday to celebrate the
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ii i assisted by the cele-
brated Conductor-Com-
poser sholom Secunda and
the magnificent Concord
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ond prominent Cantor nnd
Choir will i o-offlciate. A
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>MHit fkridfiann
Fridcy March 4. 1966
Louis Merwitzer. founder of the Mesivta Senior High School
of Greater Miami, is shown presenting a deed for ten acres of
land in South Dade for the building of the Mesivta, also known
cs Louis Merwitzer High School. Accepting the deed is Hyman
?. Galbut, a vice president of the school. Official cere-
mony commemorating the presentation will take place at the
ennual installation of officers on Mar. 9 at the Harry N.
Schwartz Auditorium of Beth Israel Synagogue. Galbut is
chairman of the installation event.
New Officers For Collegiates
Joshua Segal has been elected
president of Greater Miami Young
trael Collegiates. local branch of
the national Young Israel move-
ment.
Other newly-elected officers are
Sidney Shapiro, first vice presi
cent;" Perry Ciment. second vice
president; and Rebecca Rosenc-
wiig, secretary-treasurer.
Marvin Lipman was named
adult advisor of the organization.
The local
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collegiates and post-graduates.
They meet for social and cultural
activities dedicated to furthering
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Continued from Page 1-A
with the Synagogue Council. The
statement declared that the group |
deplored "the rash of critical state-
ments being issued against the
Government in the name of relig-
ion and morality."
"These declarations are detri-
mental" to United States security
and "inimical to the best inter-
ests of our beloved country."
The letter added that the Rab-
binical Alliance "wishes to make
clear to the President and his
administration that these few re-
ligious leaders and educators do
not speak for the vast majority
of Americans" and "most surely
do not represent the majority
opinion" of the American Jewish
community.
Speaking to the conference. Dr.
Irving Greenberg. an Orthodox
rabbi and associate professor of
History at Yeshiva University,
called on religious groups to cam-
paign to prevent "political repris-.
al if the Administration explores
the possibilities" of recognizing
the Viet Cong or "a neutralist or
Titoist solution." Pointing to the
right under Jewish law to "con-
scientious objection to a specific
war." Dr. Greenberg added: "Re-
ligious groups should evaluate and
challenge the adequacy of the Ad
ministration's efforts
Dr. Seymour Siegel, a Conserv-
ative rabbi and associate profes-
sor of theology at the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America,
called for "holding t h e conflict
within controllable bounds and ac-
lively and sacrificially seeking
means to terminate the conflict"I
a position, he said, which is simi-
lar in essence to that taken re-
cently b> Sen. Robert F. Kennedy
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, a Re-
form rabbi and the chairman of
the Committee on Justice and
Peace of the Cencral Conference of
American Rabbis, called on the
United States to "desist" in Viet
Nam. declaring that when Wash-
ington talks of "our commitments
to the government of South Vie!
Nam." it means "our owe propped-
up puppet of Saigon."
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and total assets were 8872 million
on Dec. 31. The company' norm- i i
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*Je*isfr fkridfiaun
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Reform Jewish Appeal Meets Sunday
RABBI GITTELSOHN ON JEWISH SURVIVAL PAGE 13-A
Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, spi- youth leadership, administration
ritual leader of Boston's Temple and many other fields for 670
Israel, will be guest sue iker on temples throughout the Western
hemisphere, with a membership of
more than 1,000.000 men. women
and children.
The 91-year-old College-Insti-
tute, with schools in Cincinnati,
New York and I.os Angeles, and a
Sunday evening
in launching the
Reform Jewish
Appeal's 19 66
South Florid;
campaign at ;,
dinner schedul-
ed for the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Sam I. u b y
Sr.. automotive
agency execu
tive. chairman
of the South
tuer
graduate center for biblical re-
search and archaeology in Jerusa-
lem, is the only seminary for the
training of rabbis, cantors and
religious school teachers for the
Reform movement.
Both institutions wigage in ex-
tensive research, publishing, cul-
MElfCH EPSTEIN
Beach Scholar
Is Author Of
Kiev New Publication
\ Miami Beach scholar is the
,. a newly-r!blish(Hl vol-
, Profiles of Eleven." put out
, the Wayne State University
I v- at Detroit. Mich.
1, is Melech Epstein, who lives
. th his wife. Jetti. at 1519 Pcnn-
. vania Ave.
Pioneers profiled in Epsteins
lume intlude those of Abraham
! ahan. Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky. Ja-
b Cordin. Morris Hillquit, Con-
, -man Meyer London, Sidney
in, and Banich Charney Via-
.ck.
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, immtd-
ate Pst executive director of
-e National Foundation for
. ewish Culture, ha* hailed the
.Wayne State University Public*-
Tion as "an important contribu-
rioo," which ranges through poi-
nts, education, trade unionism,
philosophy, poetry, and drama.
book is also considered a
-(ppmgstone toward a greater
. (icrsianding of the Jewish com-
C r-unity in America.
The Miami Bea'Chite is the
;.;hor of three other scholarly
i rks, "Jewish Labor in the U.S.A.,
882-1914" (1950>, "Jewish Labor
i the U.S.A.. 1914-1952" (1953) and
Jew and Communism. 1919-
-1 .1959).
Florida Reform Jewish Appeal lura, and inteneligious programs,
and president of Temple Israel of, Assisting Luby in arranging the
Greater Miami, heads the dinner' dinner are RJA chairmen of the
committee.
Marking the first combined
congregational function ever
held in South Florida for the
Appeal, the dinner will feature
a program of outstanding enter-
tainment, Luby declared The
RJA campaign is in behalf of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, national institutions
and the Reform movement.
participating temples, serving as
associate chairmen. They include
Am. South Miami; Louis Easton,
Am. South Maimi; Louis Easton,
Temple Judea, Coral Gables: Jo-
seph Garfield. Temple Israel,
Miami: Judge Harry A. Greenberg,
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach: Sherwin Grossman. Temple
Beth El. Hollywood: Irving Lebow.
, Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauder-
dale; and Louis Sahm. Temple
Sinai. North Miami.
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the Committee on Civil Rights. i
has served, a.s wrli. on various
state commissions on social ..up
judicial problems. Among In.*
look.-, are "Modem Jewish Prob-
lems," 'Lrttie Lower Than the
Angels" and "Man's Best HOP' '
Honorary chairmen are James
1 M. Albert, Sam C. Levenson. David
The 93 year old Union, worlds j Ughu Mortimer May, Robert
oldest federation of synagogues. H \CWman and Henry E. Wolft.
provides essential materials and:
services for worship, education. | Rabbi Gittelsohn is nationally
RABBI ROLAND GITTEIS0HN
known as an author and spokes-
man of the Reform movement.
He has served as president of
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Rabbis and of the Jewish Com-
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Boston, and in many capacities
with the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, particular-
ly in the field of Jewish educa-
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* Jewisti ncrktiar)
Friday. March 4, 1966

MEGIUAH WILL BE READ THIS SATURDAY NIGHT
Let's Make Something Big of Purim
By HELBJt FRIED
Purim it witfe us once again,
and Jews throughout the world
will enter the synagogue to read
and hear not only of the fate that
must inevitably befall all anti-
Semites, but to delight in the
Megillah storyfull of romance,
adventure, danger, intrigue and
ultimate justice.
Repeating Story
But how meaningful is Purim
to the American- J pecially when we make compari-
son with how the Jew of old took
note of Purim, and what it meant
to him? Purim brought a sense
of great personal exhilaration to
Jews in past centuries, for which
Jew did not at some point in
his life experience humiliation,
discrimination and oppression.
And so to him Purim was the
time to rejoice fully, to the point
where he knew not the difference
between "cursed be Hainan and
blessed be Mordecai." It was
this sense of significance in his
personal life which allowed him
to abandon himself freely and
participate body and soul in the
celebration, including of course
the burning of Hainan in eltig.v.
This spirit of celebration con-
tinued through the centuries, for
the essentials ofhthe Purim story
repeated rhems<*res over and
over again through the genera-
tions in many countries. And
with the dangers overcome, en-
tire Jewish communities even de-
veloped their own special Pur-
ims. Thus were instituted the
Shiraz Purim (13th century1, the
Cairo Purim U524>, the Purim
Vincent (1616). the Damascus
Purim (1743). th> Algiers Purim
(1774), and the French Purim in
the 18th century.
Purim is most meaningful to-
day in the land of Israel, where
it is celebrated with a joy and
abandon unkown in other places.
For while in other countries re-
joicing centers in the synagogue
and home, in Israel it is brought
into the streets. It is this free-
dom to celebrate totally, with
no inhibitions whatsoever, that
makes Purim in Israel unique. As
Purim draws near, the city of
Tel Aviv comes into its own. and
even days before the "Adloyada''
festival, the holiday spirit is al-
ready over the city.
N.Y. Police Bircbites Spread as Issue
Continued from Page 1-A
men or other city employees co-ild
i >t be members.
The Anti-Defamation League of
P'nai B'rith critized the commis-
sioner, contending that, since the
Society was on record as regarding
tie entire civil rights movement
.is a Communist conspiracy.
policemen who were members
ould not carry out objectively
i iities involving civil rights prob-
lems.
The ADI. also asserted that anti-
Sefnitism was "inherent" in the'
Uirch Society philsophy. Birch
spokesmen have estimated that'
there are 300 to 500 Birch Society I
members on New York's 27.000-
man police force. The Civil Liber-
ties Union, in turn, critized the
ADL for its stand, asserting that.;
since the ADL champions civil
liberties, the Jewish organization
"docs itself a disservice by cutting
off the civil liberties of others."
But what about Purim in
America? Must it remain a
"minor" holiday? Are we giving
it its due, and if not what can be
done to recapture here the essen-
tials of the Purim spirit? This is
not as formidable a task as it
seems to be. Purim es>entially
has four themes rejoicing in
deliverance from dangers, re
membrance of events and their
significance, gift-giving and the
family JeajJvJh^Se'udah.
Themes in Disuse
The first two of these MBit!
may be amply taken care of in
the synagogue and school. We
attend the reading of the bfagil-
lah which is read by our men and
at which our children are allowed
to raise a boisterous racket at
the mention of Hainan's name
There is reason to fear however
that the American Jewish woman
has allowed the last two themes
of the Purim holiday to fall into
disuse. The home and social as-
pects of Purim today are not
being given the attention they
deserve at the hands of Jewish
women. How many of us still
make something big out of gift-
giving at Purim time, even
though "Scalch Monos55 is the
oldest aspect of the celebration
and dates back to Shushan itself.
And what has become of the
Purim Se'udah?
In how many homes do we sit'
down in the late afternoon and
continue in the late evening, with
family and friends, at the sump-
tuous Purim Feast with all of
its delicacies, not excluding of
course the Hamantaschen?
When the famed Rabbi of Cer
was asked to explain why a spec-
ial feast is ordained for Purim
and not for Chanukah he said in
substance: On Purim we cele-
brate the annulment of a royal
edict to destroy the body, there-
fore we partake of a good meal
to give pleasure to the body. On
Chanukah we were rescued from
a decree which would have de-
stroyed our soul, therefore we
chant Hallel and gratify our soul.
Women's Role
The Purim Se'udah is one of
the finest and oldest rituals in
which Judaism abounds. More-.
I
over, it has relevance to our own
day by providing an auspicious (
opportunity for bringing family
and friends together as well as
for rejoicing in the traditions of
our people.
The heroine of the Purim story
is a woman, Esther, and It is
therefore wholly proper that we
women take over the holiday and
show what we can do with it to
give it a more meaningful place
on the Jewish calendar.
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T roup "f lbe United Syna
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IT he partj commemorating
ilherhood Week, was spearhead
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I Bob Delson, vice president:
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\ Podiman, Louis Foster,
[ Goldberg Phyllis Goldberg,
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Friday. March 4. 1963
UJe'/l^Ki^ tL (Villain on 'Purim Saturday
TEMPLE ZAMOBA. 44 Za.tia .
Conservative. RaM.1 ?'
:.r Cantor Ben Dickson
\.^:w %
Sermon: l'ortl "i '.....
GUDATH ACHIHK LojnliaMly
6305 Coliir A*V OrWioJaw.
ii laj 5 p.m Saturda) .i in.
, 30 p UeuuiOK i'I rhe \l.-ill:ih ii
p.m. Suii'lai- l:P ft'Jm Meirlllah

Mil. Ik.
Meg-Ill ill 6:1".
re -
HoMli .-,. iiii.i isaaasSIM
|>e..lei|.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 988''SW 7th Ave Oortnadox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
Friday 8:15 p.m Uuem speaker, Jo-
seph Anderson, aaBiatani Principal .>i
administration :u North Dane HUrli.
Topic: "'.i iivniii. DeKniiuencj u
an Be Reduced." Onex >ii:ii'ii.i hoet-
-,l b> I... Miller In honor ..f n
is alatsr-ln-lau Clara Miller.
----
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
i i lay 6:18 T- .m. SfMurtu'* ""1" a.m.
.-. in..n -l'.:.-i of I'urim The Moel
CU-tumaque frVetivitt itn.our Calen-
dar." Mincha 5:45 imii. Shalo* Sjeuiloa
hasted by Jacob' Tcti I'tnftm "oVh
erod in at 7:30 p.nfc wnh leading l
ill. Mea-illah. Sunda} 8 a.m. Repeal
. Megiliah, by Cantor . -------- '
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kuahelwitz.
president.
I r lay 6 p.m. Saturday i "i hud II
i. Reading of the .M.yi.i.ih al T
p i Sermon by Irving' M
lm acl Purlm has i>o
i
CAN'DIEUSHTING TIME
6:04 p.m.
4>
12 Adflir
I
I
onmriiiiiiniaKusir*i J-u-n ii'v.'i"iii'iM"i'i
, N V Topi,
a, rv." ( meg Sh ibbat h. *ted by Mrs.
I, oi ii nband
i:,., ; i, itx-h's birttid
. i Bar Mltxt ih I'I
Mr and Mi -
.... ... p. in
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
87oi SW 16th St.. Miami. RabOi
Samuel April.
Friday i'-1" Fa.mll} sen
man Purlm Parmlles
Bar Mii/Ail' i"' "
\ir .n.i Mr- -\li k Bis* >* P ">
Rea ling of Hie Mealllah Sunda
,i in Pi rim service Stoo of I
HEBRFW ACADEMY 2-1)0 Pmtree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross .
Prldai 8 m Sal da a.i
Hi ndliis ..' the Megl lah. Sun-
l:iv ; 3 i ,. Readl -: of the Men
Isih Sunda} 7:80 a.m. Purlm services
TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabb. Refp-m. Rabb. Daniel M L0*.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah I Cjntor Cnet Gale.
Heilbraun. Fr1da> .:<: p.m. rurlin fain '
' ------ I -it Wachlnjrton Federal 899 NE ItiTth
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th ;.., .,^,,.,,,7 js/hj Hi..... nils'aiwawa
St.. Homestead. Conse "/stive. I j,,.' ft Purlm.': Majxt) birtbdu} s''U-
: .Iren wfll be Meeseil.
ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW Jjth .------.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95' E
----------- L Drazin. Cantor Lou.s Cohen. 4th Ave.. Hin'eah! Conservative
BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson j |aav .-,]-, nnd > 13 p n Sermnn_ Rabbi Maurice Klein
Ave conservative. Cantor Saul h. "Are you in t'nlfnrm? Saturdas v i- PYlda} > '.'. p.m Hal irda> 9 ind
Breeh p.m. "Whal Kind of ''- Will you ; p.m P rim II be ushei
____a ____ R.illd?' Bai Mltztah Martin, son ofl readlna of the Meglllah. Relk -
93" Euclid Ave Or- Mr :""1 -Nl,'~ "vlng Sllber Eve Ina school lents 1II l>artl I ite
temple ZION 8-VM Millet
T.irv.tlv.Z Rabbi Alfred Wa. I"
,.,,,!,. g:,:, p.m "*rmo" A"
... Commandments Ban (
Martha, daughtei of RaWil ;'
Waxman Saturday -" '
: I .' m tsvah: Marc Whltehoi-ae. n. |il
n.i
PahKI o:->.^-^ Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Prioai : la l.ii "' mon:
the fiternlt} of n I'e >plf fatti
^;i:. |. m. Purina trillIwuahtfred In with
rendlug of the Meglllah. Sunda} vi.
a in. Purlm I-- r\ i.1.'.
M- and Mra Sol Aldman.
HFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi K^n"
WernicK
Frl lay 8:3......i s."'" :
lo Vou Remembei Mrs
biss member of National
\i ii be
Al.ill At
i'..n.-
ueal i
Jel-h Women, wtl be KUeat :
,.r. ones Shabbal hoste-l by M.
Pood Inhonor of NCUW s>"" -
urdR} ^ B,m. rnnyi \.-
s.-r\ If'
:". ii in
'uriin nan "ii i .
___.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
ssrvative. Rabbi Sol LanMu. Cantor
v/iiliam W. Lipson.
. v I' |i in Sermon "How i '.in
Tii-- l.n Ina :..i Be H U Mil*
al 9 Ran, daughter ... Ml an i
Mi Jack Ifaicki in' Satul
.-^.. i ..ii "Torah i -- n i -i*i M Ita
i |>eni s. son of M r a >l Mi's Hy-
i Ponn Vllncli
----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
i ij .; |. in Saturda} K:8o m
h in Sermon "urim's Message To-
day." Mincha 5:48 p.m. Readiog "i
Mi xlllah T :i.. p in Sunda) T:::n a in
I lah repeated.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friday 6:05 p.m. Saturda} 9 a m. Ser-
mon: "A I. ..iik Mcm..r>.'' 7 p.m.
Reading: of the Mg11lah Sunda) 8
i in
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Friday 5:46 p.m, Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Memory is a Prophylaxis."
Reading ..f ih.- Meglllah at p.m, nnd
aejaln .n Ehindao' s a.m.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Etormoii: "The Pow-
er to Pray" Students mill participate
in cervices. Mr and Mra Nathan
Speetor will host ih.- Oneg Shabbn!
in honor of It.-v ami Mrs Alex Stahl.
datarday 8:48 a.m. Zochor yabbath
Sermon: "IVelude t.. Purlm." 7:80
i> in. Purlm observance.
------e-----
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
3ETH TFILAH.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
JETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11t'i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mix Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Rrnzer.

u ii..- the Imporumi ol I'urim
Been KNuggei nted '" Snunls i |i m
I'.-a.iin- of the Vleul S inila) *
a.ii.. Megillah repea led

B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Harold Richtei.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
N.',:. |. m. Pui Sah i h Sei -
mui Jewish IJghl and Jo)
,:, -. 1 a.in Mini liu i |. in Re
lliihi'us SchiMti si idents III mil I I
luiin a: the 7 p.m. re I lie Me
Suml'i) i i.i
----
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 124? Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. R.ibbi Dov Rozencv.eig.
-----e
FLAGL7R GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
'-. Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. rantor George Goldberg.
Kri.la. S:l."i p.m. Quest apeaker, lion-
aid Mi.ii i.'is. ii. executive director >r
Klllei Mouse. Topic: 'i'ii- Young P-
,.i.. Mrs. Malvlna Rosenberg and
Mis. Esther Qllenko will hosi the Oneg
r-liabbal in honor of their birth-
days. Saturday 8:30 a.m Mill.-ha n:80
p.m. 7 p.m. Reading of ihe Meglllah.
Sunday 8 a.m. Purlm eervlcaa
_ __------ TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801! aervat.ve. 1025 NE 18jr St.. Miami
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Garden* Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome Cantor Maurice Neu.
Klement. Friday Sermon: A Purlm Trip
------------ i Around the World." Saturday 8:4."
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CN- .r.i Bar MltXvah; Stephen Mark son
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd. of Mr ami Mrs. Sidney Finger. Mill-
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st 3C
Orthodox. Rabbi Shrwin St.iuOe-
Ki-dav 8:0a ;!W"^; unlay : "i
m ii. ha 5 p.m
YQIINO I9RA = L r>F MIAM' DECW
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabb. S if
tali Porush
JACOB C. COHEN COMMtlN'TV.
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigooi.
Sal. : I i
V.. in .
I p. | ,.-'
Mi -' n <
-
K\F5STM IS1AEL 1413 Euclid *v
Orthodox. Rabbi Diva Lehr'tid
Cantor Abraham Se^f.

LUBAVITCHER M.NYA.V 900 Vvih
ingtcn Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aura
ham Korf. Canto- Ernest Field.
e
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 B'rd Rd. Modern Traditional.
-
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
---- ---
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
Friday Mincha ."..::'. p.m. fc'.il
S:S0 a.m. Sermon: "To Remembrance
of Zahar Festival." Meglllah win be
read at evening service.
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TETZAVEH
Aaron in the mho- oi the High Priest, bearing Incense A
lenorah in the backgro
. thou shall make h jarments foi Aaron thy bi
for splendow and foi iiity" [Exod. 23 2)
tetzaveh Moses was told: "Thou shall command the
children of Israel, thai the} bring unto thee pure olive o
en for the light, to cause a lamp to burn continually. In the
of meeting, without the i h is before the testimony, \
and his sons shall set it in order, to burn from evening to n
in.4 before the Lord
For Aaron and his sons were to serve as priests to God The
priestly garments are described in meat detail, as well as the var-
ious offerings that the priests were to bring on the day of their
anointment. This portion concludes with the laws, relatir
the offering of incense on the altar.
Thi* 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, SI 5 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
it Joseph Schlanq.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
------e------
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
i-vi B p.m. Sermon: "Festival of
Purlm." Guest speaker, Dr. Melchlor
v Oakie, surgeon on staff of Merc}
ami Our Lad} of Victor} Hospitals,
Hebrew Lesson
j'i>$ rnax;??:? x^nn Kin
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ran .'man xns1? n"?i",i
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niKO-ona-nio a,a,,3 no"?
Van KiH DC. ;3*11773n W
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nrp^isn ni'px^n nx di
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.dvd *i pop? x1? ,Dyn
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ay1? nVvin x-dh1? hst
T T V V T : T T
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nra'x^^ D"?iyn nanVpa
.n^pnaa wyi m ids
ha :.:4.". p.m. Shalosh >. u.io. b\ jack
Qoldsteln.
TEMPLE BETH AM. S950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 7:80 p.m, Family service. Ser-
mon: "Do the <;.*l Guys Always
Win?" Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mlta-
vali Kenneth, Son of Mr and Mrs.
William Banes; Allen, sou ..f Mr and
Mr-. Alex Richard,
TEMPLE BETH E~L~~ OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
------a------
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Amatak!
Hainan: Hitler! Why?" Snli'rdav
10:80 a in. lias Mitsvah: Janice Harri-
son. ::( p.m. Purlm Bermuu: "WIij
Hainan's Plot Palled."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Humanism
In the Negro Coiiimunii>."
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW that IS
22nd Aye. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Vn,
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. '
l-'iiii.i> 8:30 p in Sermon: 'Humanism
vs. Hamanlsm." Slsterh.....1 win host
the one* Shabbat. Saturda) :3o a m
Junior Congregation
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph 2.
Glixman.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Purim Teaches That
Faith a 'Must' for Us
By RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue
Fi
l.rai.. Purlm-" Saturda} '. o
mon: "Weekly Portion of the Bible."
Festival of Purlm uxlured In T m
Reading of the Meglllah
xsq xin .n^ritn n ,-nripnn
}-2 n!)]i!,s'7 Dniop D'TT
0"? xin jD^-iin": iC?) D'^:ln,
.mD^ipnri ^i^ D"pp3
nnp? nr-rpn noprq -inx
)iirx"in x-ij-i^ ]p^"i -,"i
J03T] .'pxn^-nrip ^
D-i?.i?pri Brxp uahata nx^
.oyrj nnnx1? Sap^i
(n'o^iy nna nna nxsina)
Chaim Weizmann j British Army. The British Prime
. ii n I Minister. Lloyd George, asked
te was horn in the small village Weizmann what he wanted for his
ofMotela in Russia, where he re- survice Weizmann answered: "A
ceived a Hebrew education in the- home for my nation."
traditional manner He was still For manv vears WeizmanB was
young whin he entered the Zionist president of the zioniht organiza.
movement Uon He found dt.voted friends of temple menor'ah
He left the small village, and Ziollisrn among Jcws and non.
studied chemistry in Western Lm- Jews; he mobjij.ed money for
versities; there he became ac- settlement needs. After the estab-
quamted with international. pobti-. lishment of the state_ WeiZmann
CJ questions His contact with the i was elected to ^ first President
iwople never ended. Even in scien-1 of the state of IsraeL Weizrnann
if.c works he wanted to benefit remains in our memory a man
of deeds, and a symbol of the temple ner ta'mii
unity of the nation.
Purim is a jolly holiday, merri-
ment is in order, and excessive in-
take of intoxicating beverages is
mandatory. There is another day
in the Jewish
calendar when!
our laws encourJ
age us to take|
more than liber-T
al rations of food!
and drinks, and!
on Erevf
Kippurim.
This and other]
comparisons are!
made by the rab-l
bis between Pur-[
im and Y o ml
Kippurim. and itj
TEMPLE EMANuTel. 1701 Washing. Seems that theyf
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving become more1
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler [d -,_ .
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Let's fele- %1N1U wlln eacn
i .j
TTllJ raze is prepaicd in co-
operation with the Greater Mi-
ami Rubbiniidl Association.
Coordinator of features ap-
pearing here Is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
spiritual Ifj.itr of Beth Torah
Congregation of Horth Muni
Beach.
.

RABBI STtHN
generation.
make an additional "Lchayiri"
and rejoice over tlie defeated acul
hung Hamans, and let our faitii
mingle with our dreams of a r;
peat performance of Purim
Faith is a "must.'' Illusions and
miractes sustain our ties to t '
past. Hope is the best medicine
for a better tomorrow, and if it
can only be achieved through the
imaginary, misty eyes of a Purim
"H,
Joteph R. Narot.
Prldaj 8:18 p.m. .- i m
(lai.-m .Make l's |i|rf. .
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way Conservative.
RabDi Irwin Cutler.
l-'n.i.ij n so ,, m. Sal i i
Rabbi Porush At
M.B. Young Israel
It is true that Purim reminds u< drink, then let us all take another
of Haman and his deserved punish- "L'chayim."
TEMPLE ISRAEL'OF GREATER Ml- T'"l\ J** "" Ca" n0t, CSC3Pe the
ami. 137 ne 19th st. Reform. Rabbi "'' ''l-'1' t,!c' many Haitians who
did not meet such a fate, and the
Hamans who are still roaming
around A sober Jew really can
celebrate; the reasons not to.
outweigh the reasons to celebrate.
We must be under the influence nounced the appointment "of Bail
"Xra'f RJeUfoDrn,A' rIS. "'J,""'0 Ave "' lT' inii ^^^ <<** Other- bi Naftali Porush to sei v, as tpi
Liberal.Reform. Rabb. Mom, k,d. wls the sane and sober realism of itual leader.
Friday p.m Sundaj School alxtl "ur t,!lu's would mar the happv
-,'"1' i.ni.- will present i I'urln event Mtive of Israel, Rabbi P:
l: '' n This is the case on the dav be- ush was ordained at the Heb*ew
fore Yom Kippur; sobriety and Theological College, of skok..?
conservative. Rabb,' MaV.r'a'dtam luin'-'''' wou,d affpct ,he psycho- '" and has a Bachelor of S,;,
owiu. cantor Nico Feidman. logical urge to ask for atonement. "OWree from Roosevelt Univer*
Young Israel of
1452 Washington
Miami Beaca
Ave.. has ati
trio Jewish nation.
In World War I. Dr. Weizmann
worked in Britain. He invented in
his laboratory many new things
that brought great benefit to the
"hen. & v,'" i.i'feri';:,^',';;;:' "lun e~know that" our" peiii'tence. "'Chicago.
i':',u "bS M,,"r: K? '", "'V !ll,.,t:;Tl>!?"'y- Clear lo-lc w,,vlUI wile in the Chicago area. Raio.
m> .,,,.1 M,, .:;:,';,,,":,.;.,-", ** ** even to attempt to ask bi Porush served as educational i
p.m Reading of the Uwrlllah i;.-!,, forgiveness for the same sins vear rectt
lSUth.8c,er0vl|cS?udenU "'" ""-,., after year if we were well fed".
Published by the
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Tatum Waterway,
tional. ~
80th St. and
or of l.incolnwood Jewish Con
gregation, l.incolnwood. Ill
Purt^JT* remainL SOber ,hi,'! Rabbi Porush has lived in Mi
Modem friif. J,"""1 ,and '>rry about Nasser., ami Beach for the uast two vea
jSttBr" Lab0Vi,' SSV'fl, ^nKK-,Kthe, B'rch; and a-oc,aterwUh !he Hebre,'
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.... March 4. 1966
*J(nifi FhrHdliaiin
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Page 13-A
abbi Sees Judaism9s Inner Strength
,. Roland B. Gittclsohn ar-
il, Miami this week to ad-
a banquet of the Reform
..h Appeal on Sunday night
Quponl I'laza Hotel.
L is [he national fund-raising
|oi the Union of American He-
i ..nurcnations and the He-
Union CollegeJewish Insti-
I,,; Religion.
Nationally known spiritual
r of Temple Israel of Bos-
Rabbi Gittelsohn, briefly
htioning t the Venetian Isle
Jfe', said that "I'll try to in-
Sunday night that the
rival of Judaism today de-
c's not just on philanthropy
a studied and efficient re-
| c to anti-Semitism, but on
inner strength relyiny on
igicus identification."
,i Gittehohn in this regard
ruled change during tw.e
everal decades with an eye
strengthening the stand-
form Jewish education
I
is school. Chairman
miss on on Jewish Edu-
the UAHC, as well as
the Central Conference of
Rabbis, the distinguish-
al leader said that
ol these organizations.
,i stand on the subject
day schools, and so far
Snow j!l ithi i" has any inten-
i stablishing such schools.
Assistance Available
Jul il an individual congrega-
or group of congregations
a day school project.
ffer our cooperation and
e in every way possible."
hi Gittelsohn noted that.
ither things, day school
lemcnts take a lot of money.
ne simply don't have the
liit my personal opinion is
It neither the I'AHC nor the
l\R would Ih' averse to the es
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Concerning the strengthening
of religious school standards,
Rabbi Gittelsohn noted that
"there has been a tendency to
increase the number of hours
required of students both before
and after Bar Mitzvah, and
there is particular emphasis on
the Hebrew curriculum. At our
own Temple Israel in Boston,
for example, we now ask for a
minimum of four years of study
three days a week prior to Bar
Mitzvah, with a minimum of
two and a half to three years
following Bar Mitzvah, leadinj
to confirmation.
"This kind of concentration is
aimed at doing away with the
prevalence of drop-outs after the
traditional age of 13.*"
Si ( aking of religious leadership
on the political scene today. Rabbi
Gittelsohn denied that rabbis are
more vocal than their colleagues in
the ether major faiths. 'Rabbis
exert more influence socio-econom-j
'ally than they did perhaps a dec
ad< go." he declared. "But so do
tht Catholics and Protestants
Stronger Words
"For example." he added, "the
'tatements on Viet Nam issued by
the National Council of Churches
and World Council of Churches are
much more strongly worded than
our owr. pul out by the Synagogue
Council of America. And you can!
add our Viet Nam statements by
'he Central Conference of Arrferi-
can Rabbis and the I'nion of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, as
well.
"If religion has nothing to say-
on compelling national and inter-
nal.onal issues, then religion is ir-
n levant." he said. aLso suggest-
ing that this holds true for the ra-
cial issue today.
Turning to Negro anti-Semi-
tism, Rabbi Gittelsohn noted
that "it would be an unforgive-
abie error for us to concentrate
on this without also looking in
proper perspective at Jewish
anti-Negro feelings. This is not a
one-way street."
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considering publication of a study
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Temple Israel in Boston These
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"Nevertheless, when our adults
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How did he come to write "Con- sex in the Talmud than there ever tary schools will be displayed
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woefully I might say abysmally this paramount issue. exhibition, along with a display
-ill-prepared for marriage. I don't "it is a disastrous reality that so of Israeli religious itema
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North County Branch of the "Y."
New Jersey Republicans, National
GOP in Row Over Rat Finks'
chairman, twice refused to testify
at the hearings, calling them a
whitewash.''
Philip Rich, of Roscoe III.,
sne of the three members of the
team, said the three would have
to make another visit because
many cf the persons expected
to testify were not available.
He said that, when the probe
was completed, a report would
be made to the National Young
Republican Federation and to
the Republican National Com-
mittee. He stated that any
Young Republican found guilty
of the charos faced xoulsion
from the Federation. "We want
no one who is biyoied. anti-.e-
mitic or racist in any way," he
said.
Continued from Pagel-A Allen, insisting that the state'j
New Jersey Young Republican organization will conduct its own I
probe, announced that William F.
Tompkins, a former war crimes
prosecutor and deputy attorney
general, has been engaged to di-
rect the state Young Republican j j
probe. Tompkins said that, be
cause of the size of the assign
ment and the amount of evidence
being collected, he had been given
permission to postpone until Mai
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Jemsii ilcridlian
Friday. March 4. 1966
\
Question Box:
By RABBI SAWUtI FOX
Customs Marking
Holiday* of Purimif
It it a Jewish custom to burn the
vilUin Hjmm in effigy on
Purim
This custom originated during
the period of the Talmud and later
in the Gaonic period. The young
men would make an effigy of Ha-
man and throw it in the bonfire
while joking and singing. (Aruk S.
V. "Shevar"). According to the
Italian writer Kolonymos, the Italian Jews in Med-
ieval times made merry around a puppet which was
supposed to represent Haman. which was subse-
quently burned. As late as the eighteenth century,
a wax figure of Haman was set afire. In the nine-
teenth century the Russian Jewish traveler, Chorny,
reports seeing the burning of Haman in effigy by
the Jews of Caucasus.
However, in this latter case it was not done
publicly. Basically there seems to have always been
a Jewish tradition of somehow destroying some sym-
bol representing Haman as a fulfillment of the Bib-
lical commandment. "Thou Shalt Blot Out the Re-
membrance of Amalek" tDeut.. 25:19), since Haman
was a descendant of Amalek. This may have taken
various forms at different times. In the current prac-
tice noisemakers are used to blot out the sound of
his name when it is read in the synagogue from
the Scroll of Esther.
Why do some people masquerade on Purim?
.Most historians feel that masquerading on
Purim did not originate until the fifteenth century.
As a matter of fact, there was some question among
the rabbis as to whether masquerading as such
should be allawed. since the Bible prohibits a woman
from wearing the clothes of a man. or a man from
wearing the clothes of a woman (Deut. 22:5). How-
ever, it generally found acceptance among the rab-
bis. Some say that justification was' found for this
practice in the Talmudic statement that Esther is
found in the Bible in the passage which speaks of
God as hiding" from the people of Israel (Chulin
139;B).
This was a means of considering the name Es-
ther a.-, related to the Hebrew root which means "to
hide." The moralists find in the masquerading a
symbol of, the fact that God's hand was "hidden"
in the Purim story. First it was "hidden" when he
seemingly allowed the Evil decree to be set forth
against the Jews and it looked as if the Almighty
was turning away" from them. Secondly, he was
"hidden" when the final solution came. The Al-
mighty, thus, masquerades" behind the figures of
human characters carrying out his Providence
through them.
4s We Were Spying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Housing Problem
wi
tEN ROBERT Clinton Weaver re-
ceived his PhD in economics from
Harvard in the depression year of 1934,
he couldn't possibly have imagined that,
a third of a century later, he would find
himself boosted into the job of Secretary
of the new Cabinet Department of Hous-
ing and Urban Renewal the first Ne-
gro to become a Cabinet officer.
In a significant sense, Bob Weaver
is well-equipped for his high position. As administrator of
he Homing and Home Finance Agencv, he has been
through many a fiscal, legislative, and managerial war
Moreover, it is doubtful that President Johnson could
have selected a man better equipped as he sifted the 300
or so names proposed for the challenging role. (One pos-
sible exception: Dr. Robert C. Wood, who won his PhD at
Harvard 16 years after Bob Weaver did and now leaves
the directorship of M.I.T.'s Political Science Department
to serve as Under Secretary of Housing and Urban Re-
newal in Washington alongside Dr. Weaver.)
But once these Judgements have been recorded, cer-
tain doubts are bound to plague us. Bob Weaver has long
been enmeshed in the bureaucracy of the Housing and
Home r-inance Agency. His work has been prettv much
confined to the economics of housing, to financing con-
strucfaon, to achieving habitation for people in public and
pnvate units with greal care given to the line punt law-
tack on to the bottom of the documents.
By contrast, most thoughtful Americans will now look
the npi I abinet department for amelioration of a host
I ressing problems beyond the important range of nous-
ter supply in an era of mounting urban populations
(Z',a,,,'il""' ,ir""*,l,s- "'" PoHutkui a) a time when 75.-
iioo.ooo autos increase in number at a rate of almosl 9
percent a year, electric power in a period haunted bv the
great btackout, transportation problems dramatized by
rrUW1 irW ,Ynrk t"n8,t *** eos,in ollr economy
SXyJ ,'n <,l0"arS The "s< is open-ended. What of the
Blhf against urban poverty, what of urban crime?
mtk/StZ*!? 'he pa,h,ol?gy of Megalopolis that 500
to Ar n^n 0,.sausfr "**! communities from Boston
to Arlington. Va.. glutted by a population of 38.000.000'
e!fn?n,rC '". "'ery 5*" America scratch and rush and
compete and scramble to make a living.
<~
May's Thought: By PR. SAMUEl SltVEfl
Quirk of Rabbi Adler's Fate
ML THOUSAND tributes could not
^*do justice to the sweetness, the
sparkle and the brilliance of Rabbi
Morris Adler, target of the shot ol
that Detroit youngster who went
berserk.
The newspaper articles toll
about his career and his achieve-
ments. His career is resplendent;
his achievements are uncountable.
But it is hard to capture, unless you were with him,
the splendor of his personality and the sweep of his
.lewishness.
He volunteered for the chaplaincy in World War
H. and he was shipped to an island in the Phillipines
called I.eyte. Back in Detroit, he did not wear a
beard. In Leyte. he grew one. Asked why, he replied
that the insignia on bis uniform was so small the
til's couldn't see it. He wanted a larger insignia so
that no Jewish boy would pass him by. And those
who met him felt the Adler stamp for years.
For Morris Adler's warmth was encompassing,
learned he was. He handled Hebrew. English and
Yiddish with enviable fluency. Eloquent he was. Eru-
dite he was. But many people are stuffed with learn-
ing and steeped in their lore, but they lack laugh-
ter. Rabbi Adler always took seriously his aim to
spread Jew ishness. but he did not take himself sol-
emnly. His jubilance and jolly nature and wit
matched his erudition.
Distinguished though he was, nationally re-
nowned though he was, you will find that Rabbi
Adler always avoided wearing anyone's collar. His
denomination was Conservative, but you would find
him criticizing his own group when necessary, and
hobnobbing with those of other denominations, as
welL An ardent Zionist, with a love for Eretz which
was crowned recently .by a long sabbatical there,
he always avoided becoming a "party-liner." His
mind was always playing on any group, on any dtoc-
trine. on any assumption.
A lover of Yiddishkeit, Rabbi Adler lived his
faith in his family relationships. His gifted wife and
devoted daughter and her husband felt at all times
the heart-to-heart affection of one who not only
preached idealism but vividly translated it into daily
living.
A thousand tributes cannot do full justice to the
loveliness and liveliness of Rabbi Morris Adler.
What a wicked twist of fate that he should be the
target of a demented gun-wiekler. Those who knew
and loved the Rabbi were not surprised at his con-
cern for the Bar Mitzvah hoy whom he rescued rom
danger. For years that noble Rabbi has been bi.ng-
ing deliverance to his people.
Cnnitot Sootliaht: Bv MIITON FRIEDMAN
State Dep't. Fills Vacuum in Mideast
Washington
DREOCCUPATION with Viet Nam has
r downgraded White House concern
about Israel's security. This was indicat-
ed by President Johnson's total omission
of Near Eastern problems from his State
of the Union message at a time of deep
conoern over a dangerous Arab military
build-up.
The extent of American participa- _
tion in the Arab military preparations have just been re-
vealed. American pressures to restrain Israel from per-
fecting missiles and a nuclear military potential are
emerging.
Israel is concerned lest the career diplomats of the State
Department, unchecked by the White House, implement
hints that further development loans to Israel will be
linked with Israel's abandonment of any quest for a nu-
clear deterrent. It has already been suggested that a $200.-
000.000 loan for erection of a nuclear desalination plant
may be tied to Israel's agreement not to proliferate nu-
clear weapons.
This came at a time when the State Department
leaked" word of alleged Israeli-French cooperation in
missile development. Israelis resented this. They pointed
out that they have some knowledge of American security
secrets but regard the security of a friendly nation with a
higher regard than some State Department officials ap-
parently show for Israel.
It appears that a vacuum has emerged in Near East-
ern policy at the White House level. The gap is being filled
by the Near Eastern Division of the State Department.
The Department officials place top priority on pursuit of
Arab favor, if necessary at the expense of Israel.
President Johnson is too busy with Viet Nam to con-
cern himself personally with a secondary and peripheral
problem like that of Israel. A White House slaff member.
Robert S. Komer. is theoretically charged with advising
President Johnson on Israel and other regional (rouble
spots. Br. Mr. Komer has followed the State Department
thinking. He appears mainly concerned with Indian-Paki-
stan developments and strengthening ties with Egypt The
visit of Presidential special envoy W. Averell Harriman to
Cairo illustrated the importance attached by the White
House to relations with President Nasser.
Despite Egypt's purchase of ultra-modern arm from
the Soviet Union, including the latest jets, tanks, and even
submarines, the State Department .successfully ur;jed the
President to continue subsidizing the Egyptian economy
through a new surplus commodity authorization.
Because Congress had adopted a resolution opposing
further aid to Nasser, aid was restored during the Con-
gressional recess. The State Department also e>4>k>ite<"
the absence of Congress from Washington to secretly ne-
gotiate a huge arms transaction, involving missiles and
jets, with Saudi Arabia. Another deal was made with Jor-
dan to deliver Patton tanks and sophisticated infantry
weapons. Since Jordan's economy is largely financed by
American Loans and grants, these arms were, in effect,
underwritten by American taxpayers.
The State Department confirmed the facts if these
deals only alter they were exposed by the press
Israel has been able to purchase some arms from the
United States. Payment is required in dollars. In the past
the United States has recognized the terrible burden on Is-
rael's economy imposed by the need to balance the flow
of bargain-rate Soviet arms to Egypt. Surplus commodi-
ties were were sold in generous quantities for Israeli
pounds ami development loans were extended for low in-
terest rates.
But now the State Department, while adding to the
massive Arab arms build-up, has indicated that it will cut
down on liberal commodity transactions and loans to Is-
rael. The excuse, offered is that the Viet Names*? war
places a burden on the American economv and the out-
flow of dollars must be curtailed.

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Yes, Bagels are Constitutional
THE TELEVISION program.
"Candid Camera," the other
night, revealed a highly deplorable
state of affairs. In this day when
we are told, there has been a
knowledge explosion as well as
population explosion, there are still
people not aware what a bagel is.
In a not-so-Miiall Eastern torn.
people were asked what a bagel is
Not one knew.
However, one man did come close. He thought a
was a musical instrument of some kind" He
probablj was confusing it with a bugle. There are
points ol resemblance. A bugle call sorl i wakes
you up and a bagel in the morning with breakfasl
also does that, but ot course, you do no) eal the bu-
gle usually. '
.More disturbing was a news story of the an.
pearance of Mr. Venatole. the Imperial Wizard of
the Klan, before the Congress Committee on Un-
American Affairs. The Imperial Wizard admitted
'hat he financed a campaign "to expose the kosher
food business. The witness, wrote the \ew York
Times, said "that every time someone bought a ko-
sher product, he would be paying indirectly to sup-
port a religious faith, contran to the Constitution"
Rep. Pool, of Texas, chairman of the committee
expressed bewilderment "Am I supporting the Cath-
olicChurch if I buy or do not buv a can of fish on
Friday? be asked. The Texas Congressman went
on to say that he himself was very lond of Jewish
pickles
Bagels have been attacked on other grounds but
never before on the mound that they are uneasMti
Ultional It is said. t the contrary, that they are
very good for the constitution, since they have no
tat and therefore are lacking in cholestrol, the sub-
stance, which some think, causes haidening of the
arteries,
jVi think Mr. Venable, in his contention that
bagels are unconstitutional, has got his history a
uitie t sted it wasn't the Boston Bagel Partv
a the American Revolution, but the Boston Tea
Party.
The bunding lathers didn't particularly ca
the British tea; they could gel eheaper tea. Besides
them preferred New Ei land rum I
'yi :' n*r You cannot easily picture the
- 01 John Hancock leading his towns
' ie bagel In Boston hafbor The New
.'"- Uked nothing better than molasses
goes MiHieriulh well with a bagel.
The delegates t the convi nl.on which adopted
he constitution included several physicians,
tney would have favored the bagel.
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> ki*J nrrkiicin
hgro Leaders
rirror Mass Bias
Page 15-A
Continued from P9* 1-A
| of The l.i')orator, a Negro
zinc BUMitled "Black Ameri-
The poem is filled
four-letter expletives, in-
Ld to su^:e-t earthiness. but
let merel) betraying excre
fitious atavism, the angry re
on of academic intellectual-
rfiich ha" heretofore been a
lr source of man's aesthetic
[jvjt\. and 'he promise of vi
replacement a new world
men say what they think
eel. unhindered by classic
lints i ''.-Hi here suggest
I this l- il "iily the way of
ation as offered by The I,il>-
lt i- nl-1 the way of some
lal illi>-- and ol the jun-
aimost entirely,
etizes J in part: "We
poen sts heating .
|oa:i;i'i poe ns in the slimy
i,. o wner-jews .
[want ; lem*. that kill A*-
l- rin i 'ms thai shout
Poen resile COPS ill-
| their weapons
ting with tongues
mi' ; ; -. r.i t" Ireland .
ok ;ii tl > i:> tch Ins throat &
etei nity .
I ;> pinned to
lr si Another
:he steps ol the
l kneeling be-
h'ghs
I |)l opl
I 'm I1
c racl ii sti '
la Ij 's mouth
'II Tills Is
! above all the
I the kind of
I istic and sex
"-' 1 clear rejecJ
ei clature ol to
ship as trait
Negro cause.
I .- bloody and
There is tra-
i Semitism, h e re
lh : with a vulgar!)
in civil rights
n peaceful ne
is 'he suggestion
i" tnpts ,ii -chi
i '>< Jewish or Uncle
a e hence to
Is Hi'- implies-
will he
i iii stro i
ot v hen thi
win tlie full
respect as human
io infer I I
: war
ii .. e i:;
problem. .\ i
: e\l
ies musl bring
something of themselves to the
solution something apart from
the ugly threat of promised vio-
lence they are made to symbolize.
Somehow, the Clifford Brown1
outburst, seen in Jonesian terms,
makes more sense. Somehow.
James Farmer's "Hamletesrrue'
equivocation" suddenly becomes
meaningful. Intellectual LeRoi'
Jones has spoken. He has spoken
the language of the Negro rank
and file. Though he be an artist,
his four letter words are designed I
to guarantee he is one of them
not the "kept toady" of a Jewish
civil libertarian. And my friend
Nate Perlmutter and I. we con-
tinued in the corner of the coffee
shop to talk and to feel.
Wise Quits Post
At Tel Aviv Univ.
Continued from Page 1-A
Aviv'* Mayor Mordeehai Namir,
who is chairman of the univer-
sity executive board, hoped to
work out a compromise to the
dispute.
Dr. Wise said of the dispute
"Whenever I had-to leave Israel on
official business, I retained to face
a fait accompli in decisions taken
bj Dr Katz during my absence in
runt i; diction to my policies" Dr
Katz reporlc llj favors a small-size
uni\ i 'sit- : !o academic pur-
suits, while i>i u ise has sought to
expand ;he university and diversify
il facilities.
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Purim Weekend Set
At Beth Sholom Here
The Feast of Lots," will Sisterhood will sponsor a Purim
There will be games, costume pa-
rades, a cake sale and a Purim
luncheon.
.
pie Beth Shol- Carnival for children of the Relig
,. coming week- ious Scnooi Kabbi Kronish and
' "' ;"in,)U,K'<'- cantor David Conviser will conduct
"" K,,,msh a special Megillah reading
. on Saturday
be a dinner
auditorium at
Purim entertain-
ffair is being m,s Seymour Silverman is pies
remple Broth- ui(.nl (,r the Sisterhood, and the
president, children's carnival i> under the
, S Knopke. chairmanship of Mrs Isaac Pleisch
- are Mi', ami man, a member of Hie parent re
Mi and Mrs. lations committee of the Sistei
. Mrs. Irwin Tep- hood. Mrs Bennett Ice and Mrs.
,k B Shapiro Martin Stc'tic: are the vice pies
Leon L'nger. idents ol Sisterhood in charge of
:iiir, the temple parent relationships
l.oui l usl ig, of
celebrating
! anniversary,
m last Saturday
the festivities
\!>- and Mrs,
*. tND MRS. 10UIS IUSTIC
Willard II Bender, son-in-law
and (laughter of the Lustigs .
Married a halt century ago in
Nw York the couple have lived
hm- for 2" years They have
Me gran Idaughter, Susanne Hen-
der .
Another couple marking their
Golden Wedding anniversary. Mr.
and Mrs n,,nv Helfert will cele-
brate with gala reception for
farnl> friends on Friday
mght. following service* at Agu-
oth Isra.: Hebrew Institute .
Charter members of the syna-
ferts have been ac-
?ve sinci its organization in
l
ISABEL GROVE
Still another couple being hon-
ored at the Institute. Agudath is
rael's spiritual leader. Rabbi
Isaac Hirsh Ever, and his wife
. Special Purim dinner on Sun
day evening will fete tin- Evers
.iikI is limited tu officers and
frien
\n concern s h o n n i>> the
Roths, Evvie and Dave, for their
guests' carefullj cultivated waist
Miles when they entertained in
their charming home Sunday
night at cocktails and dinner .
Among guests finding it impos-
sible to resist the luscious food
were Mrs. J. Goldie Lawrence.
winter visitor from Long Island.
NY.. Edith and Sol Frank, ditto
from Madison. Wise.. Al and Etta
Green, Mrs. Minette Wolf, all
Crystal House residents, and
guests of honor. Sam and Helen
Berman. of Seaeoast Towers.
*
Houseguesting with Edith and
Monnie Zipp are Mrs. Henry
(Racquet) Drassinower and son
Sighi, of Lima, Peru Trip here
is part of Sight's Bar Mitzvah gift
from his parents ... Of particu-
lar interest to Mrs. Drassinower
will be classes in fashion model-
ing at Miami-Dade Junior Col
lege. which Edith conducts
She'll be a spectator during sev-
eral sessions in order to compare
them with a similar course she
t e a c h e s at the University of
Lima ... Dr. Drassinower. a
practicing physician w h 0 also
teaches at Lima I', unable tc. ac-
company his family this trip.
^th David Congregation, Mrs. Howard Berger. chairman,
and Mrs, Seymour Friend, Sisterhood ways and means vice
P^sident. plan lor the Beth David Purim Carnival on Sunday.
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?Jewish Fioridbuwi
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 4, 1966
Section B
Talking over plans for the Spring Ball oi the
Young Women's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Mar. 12 at Westview Country
Club are ileft to right) Mesdames Louis Silber-
man, Henry Weiss, Stanley Arkin. Benedict
Silverman and Sylvan Schutz. Gathering took
place at Mrs. Arkin's home. Additional mem-
bers of the Spring Ball committee, not previ-
ously announced, include Mesdames Law-
rence Brant, Leonard Parker, Martin Stein, Har-
old Gaffin and Gilbeit Tendler.
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Friday, March 4, 1966

Beth Sholom
Theatre Party
Temple Both Sholom Sisterhood
sponsored a luncheon and theatre
party oil Wednesday at the Roose
veil Theatre, where Gertrude Bern
is performing in 'Dear Me. The
Sky is Falling."
Sisterhood members who
brought in donations for the Calen-
dar Year Book, chaired by Mrs.
Ethel Shapiro, were guests for the
afternoon.
Funds go to the Religious School
Subsidy Fund.
Mrs. Seymour Silverman is Sis-
terhood president, and Mrs. Jo-
seph Pardo is ways and means
vice president. --
'Y's' Women to Meet
"Y's" Women of the YM an
WHA of Greater Miami will hull
their monthly meeting on Wedltes
day. 10 a.m.. in the Golden Key
Room of the Central "Y," a,:
nounred Mrs. Leonard Luria, pro.
ident Highlight of the program
will be a Purim skit.
A surprise is now being planned
for members at the spring fashion
show and luncheon schedul
Apr. 20.
Presiding at a meeting of the Arrangements
Jcmmittee for a Purim dinner dance sponsored
he Brot'.-.erhood of Temple Beth Sholom on
Mar. 5 in the Temple Auditorium is Jack Sha-
pilO (center), president of the Brotherhood.
Left to right are Sidney Rockwell, Mrs. Sid-
ie\ Rockwell Mrs. Sam Rudt, Mrs. Irwin Tep-
Pioneer Women's
Chapter Meetings
Mrs Joseph Krantz, president.
r Women Club 1. announces
irty on M< nday. 7 p.m.,
Parband Center. 842 Washington

Mandolin Orchestra nf Miami.
i bj Dr Joseph Kippel. conduct
r.l by Joseph Mooney, ill present
. al program ai I Mrs Es-
ther Wise wil n sical si lee
ms. accompanied al the piano
Heli n rn itzman
I' h i r e will also be .'i cultural
Max Globerman Rabbi
ntz will be guest speak-
'hapter will have a

1911 Bisi
Mrs Abraham
will discuss the annual
ield en Sunday,
au Ho-
rn ler the chj ii ol
president a i
lember. Mrs Milton Green.
Cantor Nico Feldman, of
Temple Menorah, and Mrs.
Feldman will present a pro-
giam cf operatic music and
songs at a Purm Mu=;c Fes-
tival on Saturday, 8:15 p.m.,
at the Temple. Leonardo Bo
tiiz, guitarist and Miss
Yvonne Weinstein, flutist, will
also entertain, with Miss
A.da Yaslo as accompanist.
Minyonasres 5!ate
Purim Dlnnor
litz, Irwin Teplitz, James Knopke, chairman of
the function, Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mrs. lames
Knopke, Leon Unger, and Samuel Rudt. The
affair will follow the traditional Megillah-read-
ing at Beth Sholom at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Cantor David Conviser will con-
duct the reading.
New Revue At
Cinema Friday
Henrietta .lacobson. who per-
formed in the Broadway produc
tion of "Come Blow Your Horn.'"
will headline the show at Leon
Schachti r*s Cinema Theater on
Friday with her actor husband.
Julius Adter,
Uso appearing will be the new
Four for Tonight The re
vue features .i quartet of singers
and ai cei s, Jerry Ni wbj. Joan
in. Jimmj Carroza, and Julie
Rivero,
The revue has been performed al
r clubs in Key West. Winter
Park. North Carolina, and i
l\ in Miami Beach,
Musical Play For
Annual Luncheon
Annual luncheon of the Pan li-
ters ol Israel will be held Tues-
da> noon al Waldman's Hotel.
Theme of the affair, which high-
lights tlu.....ganization's yearly
functions, will be Around the
World," presented as a musical
play.
Rabbi Bevel Wein. spiritual lead-
er of Beth Israel Congregation,
will be feature speaker
Participating in the musical pro
gram will be Mesdames Bernard
Bastacky, Martin Genet, David
Lehrfield. Jerrj Schechter, Solo-
mon Schiff. Marvin Schreiber, Mil-
ton Simon. Joseph Sporn, Harold
1 Wein
Max Temchin.
newl>
The M inyonain
I es ei and its
Sisterhood, with Mrs, William Oj
rodnick as pi sid "-1 II spo
a Purim dinner la: 8 3(1
p.m.. at the Minyonairea Syna-
ue
Chairing the affair are Mr and
Mrs, R. Yusko, and atiss S
Weinberger is in charge of re
New Appointment Here
3 ;>h M. Lipton Ii nt of
Dade Federa Si
Ass ap
men; of Daniel Dan ton, of
the association's mortgage service
department, t" the post ol assisl
ant treasurer
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Imported from Thoune, Switzerland,
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spaghetti, n
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plump tomatoes
;er mushro ind-
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Poor little orphan muTiei
monarch, beautiful heroine
her people, plot .tntl count)
villainy, intrigae, suspense
is .i fairytale flavor to ths -1
Purim. Yet ii rings rrue I
and again, throughout the
centuries, ll.unans haw
and I si hers, too! Manx i
nine- and many families cck
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lien of some signal deln
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man iiiie. for inataaci. I bj
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hoim-makers from CM!
I Madw*t fa the nafral
and !hce tlaai' HrtnMafl shospen
have made I leisiluii.iiiu lk(
largcst-MMing cam "ii margarine
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Beat in V* cup poppy un"
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Top with confectioner's suga<
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Shalom Off in Caribbean Cruises
David Y. I-evene, regional man- The S.S. Shalom is making a
ager of Zim lines, has announced reputation for itself presently on
two Caribbean cruises on the Line's long cruises such as a Grand Sprii -
flag ship, the S.S. Shalom, from Mediterranean Cruise. 42 days i
Port Everglades this fall Israel, sold out. and a 48-day an
First cruise will depart Nov. 4 umn -Mediterranean crui.se, whit i
to the ports of St. Marten. St. is heavily booked.
Thomas and San Juan, returning to "Zim announced the cruises fro
Port Everglades Nov. 12. The sec- Port Everglades due to public d<
ond cruise will depart Dec. 1 to St. mand and the realization of the
Marten, Guadeloupe. St. Thomas vast potentialities of the southern
San Juan, returning to Port Ever Florida market.'* I-evene said,
glades Dec. 10. "and these two cruises will serve as
The S.S. Shalom, built in 1964. a barometer for future plans of
weighs 25,338 tons and is com-, Zim Lines in the southern Florida
pletcly air-conditioned, with a top market.'"
speed of 24 knots. This ultra mod- Zim Lines is located at 245 SB
em vessel is the first major new 1st St., Miami,
liner to call in a southern Florida
port. Among features of the ship C/lflin Names New fltm
are complete air-conditioning and
.stabilization, wall-to-wall carpeting, Antoinette Spitzer, publicity pulv
Record attendance of some 500 persons at- United Church Women, Greater Miami South; includinR ,ho corridors to insure lie relations, has been named <>
'ss^jsnr^ sr="su,h" <*%"">?,"ve sriassTArsssssrwsarsMS
sored by the Federation of Jewish Women. Federation of Jewih Women; Mrs. Thomas F. ors, dosed circuit TV. radio and comprising the Beau Rivage. Sa-
Miami Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Palmer, president of the Miami Diocesan Coun- telephone in every room, two lower hara and Chateau, all located on
end United Church Women of Greater Miami cil of Catholic Women; and Mrs. Sidney M. beds in every cabin and ten decks, the oceanfront in Miami Beach.
last Thursday at Beth Torah Congregation in Schwartz, chairman of interfaith day for the
North Miami. Breaking bread together are (left Federation of Jewish Women.
to right) Mrs. Edward Peoples, president of
Hafikvah Group Tihreth Jacob PurimPiaY Garden Club
To Discuss Dining
(""olohrn + OiC Piirim "" Sunday, at 10 a.m., students
ueieoruTeb runm of Temple Tlfereth Jacob RehK.
1^-aJi Udell will read from her ious School will present a Purim '"Contemporary Dining" will be
iriginal Purim poems at the an- play. Queen Esther and Mordecai discussed and demonstrated at the,
nual Purim meeting of the Hatik- will be chosen, and Sisterhood will Mb Sinai Hospital Garden Club on
Mar. 7 at the Miami Beach Gar
den Center. The event begins at j
noon, with a board meeting at
10 a.m.
Mrs. Ray Tabor, guest artist, will I
prepare table settings and design !
vah Chapter of Mizrachi Women on SCrve traditional refreshments.
Thursday morning, Mar. 10, at __________________
Beth Israel, according to an an-'aat_________i_
louncement by Mrs. Hyman Kolko. ff OfileII S LUnCll
iresidium member of the group. qi j km j^
Program wiU also include a skit. lOnneO MOT. Li
directed by Mrs. Jacob D. Davis. Parent of the Year" luncheon floral arrangements to coordinate
program chairman. of the Hebrew Academy Women with each table. Mrs. Ben I.ond.
Holiday refreshments will be will be held Wednesday noon, Mar. president, will talk on the spring
served. ^mmmm^mmm^ 23. at the Fon-, flower show in April.
_______, tainebleau Hotel. Lullcheon wi follow (he boa,.(,
Gulf stream Track I I.M^-.^,h
Sets 46-day Meet
opening Friday. Gulfstream
I 'track meets from Mar. 4
Ugh Apr. 27. and will be the
ngest in history.
Six of the 46 days will be dedi-
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nholarships. Post time daily will,
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C. Ettinger an-
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week that plans
are now being
finalized for the
event.
Featured will
be a mother-and-
child fashion
show,
MRS. fTTN6 Coehairmen of
PTA are Mrs. Leonard Adler and
Among improvements this year Mrs Jerry Sussman.
are a new press box and lounge,
two news barns, maintenance
buildings, and service station.
Parking areas have been repaved
and enlarged, and the grandstand
and clubhouse areas have been re- Guest of honor al a regular meet-
painted and refurbished. in(, of Mjalni Beacn chapter. Worn-
James Donn Jr.. president, has ens League for Israel, will be Mrs.
stated that "With a record purse Jennie Grossingcr on Thursday,
ibution available to horsemen, Mar. 10.
hI with all the leading candidates
Women's League
Meets Mar. 10
for honors in the various divisions
named for our stakes, we antici-
pate the best racing in our history.
The 1 p.m. affair, to be held at
4720 Alton Kd., will also include a
special message from Mrs. Faye
u K.T .u 1Jt,"lf,.'" "V ",l '-; Tupler, League president, and en-
1.5ttUft PUbhCm'1" rtTnd tertainment by the Alan Dworkis
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aid make this one of our best sea-
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Mrs. Alex Dellerson la program
chairman.
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Fern- Chapter men >;-
- a--..i Mrs Edward Black-
man. :-peakcr > bureau chairman.
narrate'1, the show.
Speaker of the day was Mrs
Harry Rosenblatt, national vice
president. Mrs Faye Klausner
served as ORT Day chairman, and
Mrs Paul Allen is president.
Mrs. Pcu'.ir.e Grundwerg is honored as Woman of Valor by
tr.e Hehrew Accdemy Women al the organ 12ation's annual
.j^.checr. at the Decuville Hotel Presidents end leaders ot
:oca! orgcnizcticns and her two sons, Moses, a local cttorney.
ar.d Saul, who lives in New York, joined in the trirbute to
Mrs. Grundwerg. Shown above is Rabbi Alexander S- Gross,
rr.r.cipal of the Hebrew Academy, presenting the Woman of
V::c:'c:tcr;:cr. as Mrs. Matthew Ettir.ger left, luncheon chair-
-:-. and Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse .right,', president cf the He-
brew Academy Women, look on.
Lebediker Branch Has Purim Fete
A Purim concert was to be held
Thursday by the Farband Lebe-
Hebrew Academy The program
- "o begin at 8 p.m.
- .estral. folk, and concert mu-
-..:L -elections highlighted the
celebration, said Joseph P. Zuker-
man president of the branch.
Performer- were to include
Sarah and C. haim Fershko. concert
'- Mich! Gibson. Jewish en-
tertainer: and Dr. Jack Kippel.
conducting the Miami Beach Man-
dolin Orchestra.
Cantor Mordecai Yartieim re-
cited Hebrew and English excerpts
from the Megillah. Philip Na-hkin.
Jewish folklori>t. also entertained.
The program was arranged by
Eii Matin, vice president: Solomon
Parness. finance secretary, and
Oscar Shapiro, social cha;rman.
The Biscayne
Terrace Hotel
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Kosher Passover
Seder Services
APRIL 4 and 5
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;. r^cc.e Ser* ces Will be Heid Both Holy Days
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'Hello SoHy' At
Beach Auditorium
This Weekend
HeL'o S!!y." a five act English-
Yiddish variety revue, will be per-
formed at Miami Beach Auditori
Saturday and Sunday at 830
p.m.
Starring entertainer Mickey
Katz. the revue, a show derived
from a Broadway musical, has al-
ready played successful engage-
ments I '
Boston, and Carnegie Hall during
the past year and a half
Produced by Ha! Zeiger. the cast
will include Bernie Bern-. Stan
Porter, and Michael Atta Boy
Getzel" Rosenberg. Popular vocal-
.-'- Marty Drake and Dina Ciaire
will present familiar Jewish melo-
dies.
Katz. a long-time favorite of Mi-
ami Beach night club goers, will be
making his first appearance here
since >tarrin^ :n the famous
"'Borscht Capade>" 15 years ago.
He also appeared in Bagels and
Vox." and "Farfel Follies."
Katz has made 18 recording al-
bums and more than 100 single
records dealing with parodies for
which he 'jecame well-known.
Cape Veterans
Receive Charter
Mr* Irving Cooperman. Depart
ment of Florida Ladies" Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, president,
attended the ceremony on Feb. 26
when lape Kennedy Post, JWV,
received its charter
Ladies' Auxiliary of the post is
now being organized
On Sunday, Mrs Cooperman and
staff paid an official visit to the
Orlando Auxiliary 759.
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'Do-it-Yourself Carnival
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Fund raise i at the annual car-
nival 11 be Staged by students of
the Hebrew Academy on Friday
Mil be channeled to the 1966 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Booths, games and contests for
he "Do-it-Yourself" Purim ob-
servance have been built, and will
be manned by students during the
festivities.
The masquerade carnival, to be
held on the school grounds, will
include election of a King Ahas
uerus and a Queen Esther.
Friendship Club Celebration
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the YM and WHA of Greater
Miami will have a Purim celebra-
tion on Sunday, 1:30 p.m.. in the
North Ballroom, 8500 SW 8th S'.
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Friday. March 4, 1955
Gables Woman
To Visit Calif.
Mrs Norman Brown, of 1550 Ma-
laga Ave Coral Gables, will leave
this week to attend the quarterly
Alpha Epsilon Phi National Coun-
cil meeting in Pasadena, Calif
Mrs. B ro v. n is national vice
president of the more than 23.000-
member organization. Founded in
1909 at Barnard College, the soror-
Uj has 53 chapters and 45 alumnae
associations throughout the United
States,
Highlight of the meeting will be
the charter presentation- to Long
Beach State College, and San Jose
state College, two new collegiate
chapters *
c urrently, the sorority 1- sup
porting social centers for the adult
retardate, said Mrs. Brown
: plans for the Tea of the
n of the Ccvr.'y^ed Jewish Ap-
peal, wh. held Thursday at the
Mrs. Irving Cypen, biings together
.0 right Mrs. Jean Lehmc n general chair-
men of the Women's Division, Mrs. Sol Gold-
JSk.
chairman of the Keadhners Division
"... is Sussman. Mrs. Henry Wernick.
end Mis. Larry Friedland, committee members.
Mrs. Goldstein hosted the planning session at
her home, where Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink
was guest speaker.
Money Problems
To be Discussed
Monej Values ii Fan
scus
the I '
men-
iary Schoo 83" S\\ 16 St
2 will include a
. -..it- highlighting .1 pro-
1 dealing wit
llov skits rents will
divided into small groups to
mom y problems Mo I a
tor and 1 chairman w ill be
\li- Harold Tanncn.
The program is sponsored bj the
Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs.
Solomon Lanster, president, and
suported by Mrs Ben Kazer. prin-
cipal.
RID CROSS SABBATH
U a d e County Chapti
the American Hod Cr
sponsoring ited c
liath here this weel
Synagogues and chur
throughout the community
will take note of the
of March, which i- annually
celebrated as Red 1
Month.
I) a (1 e County Chapter is
asking volunteers both
youth and adult, to
their uniforms to their syna-
gogue during Red Cro
bath.
Workmen's Circle
Purim Concert
Workmen's Circle B r;
and ih. Women's Club u
annual Purim concert
on Sunday, 6 p.i
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sell ctions in Yidd
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Outstanding award-winners in the recent Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah's rally in the
Miami Beach Auditorium is the new Eddie
Cantor Group shown above. This is the 18th
group in the chapter and was organized by
Mrs. Fred Jonas, who received top honors for
the largest number of members enrolled in
the chapter. Standing (left to right 1 are Mes-
dames Ben Abramfc, Saul Feltzin, Harry Leff,
David Strichard. Harry Rubel, Ben Stone and
of Temple Beth Sholom are (left to right) Mrs.
dames Harry Pearl, membership chairman,
Fred Jonas, president, Harry Glass and Harold
Lebey.
Sisterhood Marks
Purim Holiday
Mrs George Simon, president of
the Jacob C Cohen Sisterhood, an-
nounces that .1 Purim luncheon in
the synagogue social hall on TAies-
i,i\ noon will be followed by cards
On Tuesday, the Sisterhood held
ts regular monthly meeting. Rab-
: Tiber 11 Stern, spiritual leader.
spoke on "The Significance of Pu-
rim," and a movie on Israel was
shown.
War Veterans
Have Luncheon
Murray Solomon Ladies' Auxi
liary of the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States will hold its
annual doiror lunchean Sunday
noon in the Barcelona Hotel.
Co-chairmen are Mrs Jean
Kaufman and Mrs. Myer Cohen
for the luncheon slate
Comedy Box Room of the
Mr- Max Medgebow is Ihi pi 1-
licity chairman.
Holiday Ball Set
For Beth Kodesh
There will be dancing and pro-
ssafMMl entertainment at the
left Kodesh Congregation Purim
'.all on Sunday evening.
Set to start at 6:30 p.m., the af-
air will be held at Knights of'
\thias Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St.
Nathan K Spector is serving as
"'urim Ball chairman. Sam Schul-
otf is congregation president.
School Ploy of Or Olom
Beth El Dinner
Set for Sunday
Annual Purim dinner will be giv-
n jointly by Congregation Beth
and Sisterhood on Sunday, 6
>.m in the Dora August Hall, 500
SW 17th Ave
Mr and Mrs Ben Boskin. cele
their 48th wedding anni-
-iry on Mar. '! will sp Miser the
tinner in honor of Rabbi and Mrs.
mon Scruff.
There will be one session for all
students at Temple Or Olom on
Sunday starting at 10 a.m., with a
Sunday School play included in the
morning Purim observance.
Benefit Dinner
Slated by League
Mrs. Norman Share and Mrs.
Gary Seligman are chairing the
third annual dinner dance of the
Suburban League to be held on
Sunday at the Diplomat Hotel and
Country Club.
Evening will begin with a cock-
tail reception at 7:30 p.m. with the
Ner Tamid Names
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Surfside-Bay Harbor Auxiliary
and Post 723. Jewish War Vete-
rans, will hold installation of offi
; cers on Wednesday evening at
; Surfsirle Community Center.
Slate, headed by Mrs. Lillian
Fink, president, includes Mes-
Murray A. Shaw, president of dames Belle Berman. Sidney Tr a -
Temple Ner Tamid. announced j gash, vice presidents; Grace Buck,
this week, that Mrs. Rita Salomon | chaplain: Albert Levine. treasurer;
has unanimously i Lou Spiegel, conductress: Ruth
been designated \ Gokistone, patriotic instructor;
by the Board of; Harry Sedrich, guard: Ruth Sch-;
Trustees as|neitzer, historian and publicity;
"Woman of the Sigmond Gardner, Ann Bernstein,
Year of Ner! Ruth Schneitzer. trustees.
Tamid."
Mrs. Salomon,!
who lives in
Surfside, is an |
an active mem
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ple "and has' Temple Ner Tamid will present,
been instrument : a musical program on Purim night. |
Eydie Gorme Steve I^wrence show|ai during the past year especially.' Saturday,
m the Cafe Crystal following din jn enhancing the stature and the The program.
ner- j good name of the congregation."'
Committee includes Mrs. Jay< shaw declared, adding that she
Mitchell. Mrs. Morris Uvitt. Mrs endeavors on behalf of philanthro-
pic and religious organizations."
Mrs Salomon will be honored
at the Temple's eighth annual ban-
quet on Saturday evening, Mar
12. at the DeauviDe Hotel, where
she will be cited. Rabbi Eugenl
LabOvitZ spiritual leader of the
tion, will make the pres-
ental
mtS. SALOMON
I^arry Mizrach. Mrs. Henry Weiss
and Mrs Lewis Silberman.
Proceeds will go to the Variety
Children's Hospital, for which the
organization was founded four
years ago. It recently presented
S9.000 to the hospital
Temple Slates
Purim Program
"Purim Night with
Cantor Klein," will feature songs
and music from all over the world,
and will be presented in the Sklar
Auditorium of the Temple.
There will be a reading of the
Meuillah. and refreshments will
be served following the enter-
tainment. Dr. Michael Horovit/.
president "I the temple, announced
the program
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Fridcy. March 4
7?F/^ P/eads /or Right to Viet Dissent
At the 80th anniversary convocation of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America in Temple Emanu-El on Monday,
Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy (right) accepts an honorary degree
from Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left), chancellor of the Seminary, in
behalf of her son, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D.-N.Y.), who was
unable to attend due to Congressional debate on the U.S.
involvement in Viet Nam. Looking on (center) is Max Kohl, of
Milwaukee, Wise, national community service award win-
ner-
A plea for freedom of debate
ssent in discussing the criti-
issue o! the war in Viet Nam
- sounded Tuesday night by
- n R ibert F. Kennedy.
b) teli phone to more
an 600 participants celebrating
the 30th anniversary of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
a dinner here in the Diplomat
el. the former Attorney Gene-
a) and aide to the late President
nedy declared that "the righl
Ussent ;s fundamental to our
nocratic system."
Referring to the current debate
Congress over the v.ar in Viet
Nam "' New York Senator said
' this is not the first time we have
a ted the issue of free discus-
>. n in crisis." He said that hi*
statement last week was in favor
>: the shared objectives.
"1 I To help o$ reach a just
-wgotiated settlement which
areserves our essential notional
interest, and meets our essen-
ial commitment to the people
of South Viet Nam; 2) to help
oring the war to *n early end;
3) to thus save thousands of
American lives; and 4) to limit
he destruction and devastation
which war brings to the inno-
cent people of South Viet Nam."
Earlier in the day. Dr. Louis of the public welfare. You are needs and which you possess jn
Finkelstein. chancellor of the playing your role which has such -sucn abundance."
Seminary. <*;as to^ have conferred hlgh drama and vas, responsibilitv Prof. Bernard Mandefoaum. pro-
..pon Sen. Kennedy the honorary comuas, vost of ,h Seminary, delivered
,egree of Doctor of Laws at a spec- ,n -race- dl8mt> a"d compas th _al convocation in Temple Eiran- Mon land L<.cture and discussed -The
^1 here The Senator was unable 'You proved that genuine social Flowering of American Democ
:< leave the Congressional debrte progress can be gained by com- racy Greek Brandei- and Jew-
Washington, and the honorary munity action through law and isn" Roots." The opening prayer
egree was received for him by order. Your administration of the was offered by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
mother. Mrs. Joseph J. Ken- Department of Justice was charac- man. spiritual leader of Temple
nedy. terized by vigor, vitality, genero- Emanu-El. and the benediction
Trie citation stated that through sity and realism You bring delivered bv Rabbi Maver Abram-
:he vigor and enthusiasm of your to the counsels of the United owitz. of Temple Menorah. Rabbi
service to the United States Sen- States Senate the realism, the in- Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the
. te. >ou have shown how the loyal- tegrity. the forthrightness, the rich Seminary, presided at the con\o-
:.ts of idealistic young people can capacity for hard work in the cation exercises.
Lice more be aroused for the goal public good, which the countrv
--------- ____ In his message to celebrants at
-^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ at the 80th anniversary dinner.
Sen. Kennedy paid tribute to
the Seminary for its devotion
to truth in public affairs and
private life. With the aid of the
Talmud, he said, "the early rab-
bis established a fundamental
tradition of reasoned discussion
and a fundamental belief in
the right to dissent and dis-
agree."
He said, in his telephonic mes-
at the convocation dinner.
that in the past five years, -the
American clergy has played an
historic role in the enactment of
two major civil rights bills. I ven-
Bureau Essay-Art
Contest Winners
Named Mar. 15
Hundreds of works of art and
essays ha\e been >ubmitted to the
Bureau of Jewish Education for its
annual essay-art oontpst. spon-
(1 jointly by the Bureau and
the Zionis' Organization. South-
eastern Region
Subjects for the contest are
What Torah Means to Me" and
"What Israel Means to Me."
Awards to the winners of the
contest will be presented on Tues-
day evening. Mar 15. at Temple
Menorah during the winter meet-
of the Bureaus board of di-
rectors.
Also to be featured will be a
special demonstration of Hebrew
achievement by "champions" of
39 Jewish schools in the Hebrew
departments, grades 2, 3, and 4.
The demonstration will be di-
rected by Louis Schwartxman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau.
Also on the agenda will be nom-
ination of officers for the next
year, to be presented by Benjamin
Meyers, chairman of the nominat
ing committee.
Judges of the essay-art contest
are Mrs. Alex Youngerman. Mrs.
Morris Skop. and Herman Higger.
local artists; Jack Alexander, of
the Zionist Organization; and
Schwartzman.
Coordinating committee of the
Zionist Organization consists of
, Isaac Donin. Morris Simon, and
Jack Alexander.
Hire to say that without the con
sistent and constructive acts of
moral leadership which were con-
tributed by thousands of ministers
of all faiths, none of these hills
would be law today
of the dinner was Dore -
member of the Seminai
of Overseers an, atio
man of the Ar.ti D '
League.
Samuel Friedlanc. a rr
the board of dire*.!'
nary, greeted dinm
Rabbi Louis M Levitskj
Shalom, South i ige. N
The Seminary'8 National Com- ered the Invocation 1
munity Sen ice Awards were con- Landau, of Beth David <
f erred by Dr. Finkelstein upon tion of Miami, led tin G
Max Kohl. Milwaukee; Moses Rich- meals, and Rabbi All.
ter. Charlotte. North Carolina; chik. director of the -
Samuel Senter. Belle Glade; Jack Region of the United S
S Popick, Miami Beach; and Men- of America, deliverei
dell M Selig of Miami. Chairman tion.
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Friday, March 4. 1966
We
the
Women
JOAN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
.loan (.Mrs. Herbert) Paige, acordinu to her mother, was
a lovely little girt, the best, with a crowning glory of long
braids. The braids were a wonderful conversation piece, but
the wrong kind, as far as .loan was concerned. She never
could .-tay the whole time when her friends had pajama
paitits: she would always have to rim home to have her
hair braided When she turned twelve, the braids were
no more.
Always during the summers, Joan and her friends set up
.1 lemonade stand on the corner of her street only the
lemonade was l'epsi-Cola and Golden Age. It was a won-
derful way of doing business Joan got the drinks free
from her father's lx>ttling plant.
With profits riming 100 percent,
this was an excellent way to be
successful in business, and hardly
trying
Joan's family, the Julius Dar-
sk.w moved from Youngstown, 0
They were a close family, and
.!c.,:: remembers how they all
would go horseback-riding to-
iler. Joan's own horse was
Prince. Joan and Herb nut while
she was in l igh school, and al-
Joan went to a j inlor col-
. : j if Boston 1 I e a
:i > ear. Then th > gol mat i
Thi j meved here
i to open the Miami Pepsi Cola
ays it wa i Dayton,
; i re in Miami so much that they
put They built their n place, with light blue and white colors
house that also would be accept-
able up North.
The Paiges really use then- pool to swim in. it hasn't
become "old-hat" to them not yet.
Alter getting settled, Joan started to look for her niche
in tiu' affairs ol the communitj But this time, she decided
to go into organization work in a sensible way not to
ne iverwhelmed by it as she was back in Ohio.
Havii very active in Sisterhood work. Joan joined
Temple Israel Sisterhood, the PTA, National Council of
d Brandeis Universit) National Women's
Ittet
Since t to be a golf w idow, Joan -1 ies
ind. but she readilj c >nb sses that
the l st tl can be said about her oil .- that
n loan- own childhood is the feelir.
herness whicl broad base tor her own family
i little Paig( s, Linda 8 and Jimmy 5,
thi lv j s eekends fi or spend Sun-
:..\ afternoons eeing around Miami. While Joan
I take an active part in her husband's-business, she
is fully aware of what is going on; and she is knowledgeable
enough to discuss it with him.
Joan is particularly proud of the fact that she did parti-
cipate in making plans for the pre-dedication banquet and
all of the festivities connected with the opening last week-
end of the new Pepsi-Cola Bottling Plant in Miami. That
included dinner at home for out-of-town relatives, a few-
New York executives, and Joan Crawford at the Paige
home.
Quietly, charming Joan is taking her place at the side
of her business executive husband as a competent and
knowledgeable helpmate.
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Kaler, Katz
Exchange Vows
Oil their return from a honeymoon
in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Isles,
newlvwcds Mr. and Mrs. Itonald
Kaler will live at 1000 NE 126th
St.
The former Marilyn Katz. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Katz,
7440 B>ron Ave.. exchanged vows
with the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
vin Kaler. 470 SW 21st Rr.. on Sat-
urday. Feb. 19. The 7 o'clock cere-
mony was performed by Rabbi Sol
Landau at the Algiers Hotel.
The bridal gown of white prau
de soie was styled with long ta-
pered sleeves, sheath skirt appli-
qued in alencon lace and seed
pearls and a lull Watteau train
held at the shoulder-. A band of
small white roses and petal.- doi-
ted with teed pearls held the lay-
ers of silk illusion veiling.
Joan Kaler served as maid >!
honor, with Marsha Blynn and Ro-
berta Sussman. bridesmaids. Jun-
ior bridesmaids were Jody. I.orie
and Janet Levite, with Jod\ Kaler
as flower girl.
Leonard Kaler was his brother's
best man, and Michael Bumey.
David Kaler and Albeit l.evite
ushered.
,\ graduate of Miami Senior High
and of the University "f Florida
College of Pharmacy, the bride-
groom served as president ol Rho
Pi Phi, professional pharmacy fra-
Wi I'll* r K.ihn
MRS. BARRY HALPERN
Beth Sholom
Opens Art Show
Of Local Man
An exhibit of paintings by Fred
Albert, local artist, went on dis-
play Wednesday at the Beth Shol-
om Art Gallery. 4144 Chase Ave .
Miami Beach
A reception marked the open-
ing at the preview evening, said
Mrs Jack M. Fink, chairman.
Mrs David Drucker, chairman
of the Beth Sholom Art Commit
tee. said the gallery is open from
9 to 5 p.m.. weekdays: Fridays,
from 8:15 to 1(1 p.m.; and Satin-
day and Sunday. 9 to 12 noon.
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ternity. and is a self employed reg-
istered pharmacist,
His bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High, of Normandy
Prep, Miami Dade Junior Colli .>
p.nd Southern Academy for Medic
al Assistants .
Karen Feldman
Weds Student
En Ema^-f-EI
Karei i hter of Mr
and Mrs Jos< '. I in 31 60 W
4th Ave., Hialeah, exchanged nup-
tial vows with Barrj Halpern on
Thursday, 1'. b. 24.
The evening ceremony, per
formed by Rabbi Irving I.ehrman
at Temple Emanu-El, was followed
'i> .i reception at the Famous Res
taurant.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Herman
Halpern. 7900 Crespj Blvd.. Mr.
Halpern and his bride will honey-
moon In Miami Beach New ad-
dress for the couple will be 3021
s\\ 27th Ave.
Serving the bride .is honor at-
tendants were Sharon Halpern and
Stuart Nussbaum. Kenneth
I Idman. the bride's brother,
>< : \ ed as l"'-! man.
Now teaching at Mae v.
Elementary School, n w Mrs Hal-
pern is a graduate of Hialeah
High, attended the Universit} ol
Florida and earned a degree in ed-
ucation from the University of Mi-
ami.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
He served as chairman of Stu-
dent Board of Examiners and a
Florida Blue Key speaker, and is
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. so-
cial fraternity.
Whyte. Gould
Wed in NY.
Announcement ha been marie of
the marriage on Saturday, Peh 26,
in the Versailles Room of the St.
Regis Hotel in New York City of
Diana Whyte. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David J. Whyte. 5861 La
Gorce Dr.. to Chet Gould, radio
and television commentator and
announcer.
The bridegroom is the so:! of Mr.
and Mrs Benjamin Gould. Brook-
lyn, N.Y.
The single-ring ceremony, per-
formed by Rabbi Allen W. Miller,
of the Society for the Advance-
ment of Judaism, was followed by
a reception and dinner dai ce at
the hotel.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of French
ivory satin and lonu illusion net
ell held by a crown of sec! pearls.
She carried a white Bible ad rned
with cymbidium orchids.
The bride's younger sister,
Laurie, was maid of honor issist.
ed by Rita Gould, sister if the
groom.
The groom was attended Mal-
colm Davis, New York coi
dent of the BBC. as best man
,'ohn Whyte. brothei of the
loel Crager, Maurici I
Eric Lieber servinj as us v
Mrs Gould i- a
the School of I h ni\ ei
Miami, where shi i i ived u
lor of Vrts 51
fed as an
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from Sj racuse ni< i
e|\ed as a COm
United Nat '.as
-mil reporter for the \
troadcasting Con
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lio station WNYC He is ..
a number of civic g i OU i
serves as an advisor ol tl
land Hospital Guild,
Following a wedding lri|
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new Ij weds will make the
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DLA
mid dinner sponsored by tin
ai Stevenson Democratic Wom hea
- dub was lifld Saturday eve- ------
in ihe Napoleon Room ol the
itel. Presidenl <>r the
I). Mrs l. mis Glas er, si lected
en velvet gow n tor
li ; around the i. i r
it fitted sheath had a scv-
oiyhlhs lencih coat which was
encrusted with gold cavi-
.'. ith m i n k.
and
i o\\ n matching h p
i Ste^ nson
,ere in thi re- ,
Mrs
,\ iii ,i muti i :;
>li Hers was a thn e
ii v ith the "\ .'i
kimming the w aist-
Irl Following the modi-
l A line silhouette, and the
in Hi cut awaj stj le
man '>! the dinner. Mrs.
\ii. Englander was in a pink
le gown w ith a match-
fitted rk.'t
iLijRS. Robert King High, wife ""Miami- mayor, wore a bin
(ade gow n in mocha and sold
ame with a jewel neckline and a
.!(-- sheath. Metro Mayor
1 Mick Hall's wife chose a l>lack
lie soie gown with a brilliant
I fringed satin stole.
I> llliel Dubbin's ice blue
. sh .is softly tailored.
three-piece cocktail ensemble
let-length sleeves and
iv-cket flaps placid high n the
A calusa coral silk shan-
i- the choice of Mrs
; Jerry Bloom, Mrs. Hubert
\, a .is m a main e silk
nic h the modified a line
- in.
Mrs Robert Shevin's emerald
im silk featured bone-colored
i-hantilly lace on the portrait
neckline md the three-quarter-
length sleeves. Her bodice was tit-
led and her skirt bouffant. An ice
nk Rtojpgashel sheath was Mrs.
ib Schwartz' choice for the eve-
ring. White, satin-lined busle
heads were hand-embroidered in
an over-all pattern.
,\rdi
MRS. MURRAY HARRIS
AM more
MISS UNO A ISSCR
ar beads. The beads were also
used to detail the pattern in her
dress.
Mrs. Dick Britkman tipped her
black sal in skirt with a cut velvet
bodice of hurtiandy and black. It
had the high, jewel neckline, and
self-covered buttons down the
front, and featured a floral de-
sign. Peacock blue was the color
choice of Mrs. Parker Thomson.
Her silk worsted skimmer had a
"d e e p set bias-cut llounce. and
mer had a ila-n -she rETAA
was topped with long sleeved jac-
ket with jet buttons. Mrs. Jim
Hirschman wore a two-piece cock-
tail ensemble in white ribbed
Alaskan silk. Her overblouse
slightly delined the waistline and
her skirt followed the sheath sil-
houette
Hams and Bride
ta the Bsfcamcc
' : helom '!i and
i i '. 11-. v n
F 27. -it
nony.
of )ii I Mi aac
ne Ave.. the
bi i.-. atten !> d M in i-' .. Jun-
("ollegi
Ijioom : '.lie son of Ml' and
Arlcan Harris. 4373 \\ 31 !
St.. ami the late I l V is Hani-, lie
attended Radio Electronics Train-
ing School.
Bridal attendants were Diane Be-
har, maid of honors and Susan Per-
ti/. bridesmaid. Stanley Harris
sei ved as best man, a n d Barry
Shelomith ushered.
On their return from a honey-
moon in the Bahamas. Harris and
his bride will live in Miami Beach.
Linda Isser to Be
Bride On Friday
Mrs. Bessie Isser. 47HO l'inc
Tree Dr., announces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Linda Hope,
to Dr. Frederic A. Friedman, son
of Mrs Rosenzweig, 12409 No.
Bayshore Dr., Keystone Pt and
Mr \Y. II Friedman, of New York.
Dr. Friedman is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Gettleman, of Bay
Harbor Islands.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, received a de-
gree in education at the University
of Miami and at present is teach-
ing at Central Beach Elementary
School.
Dr. Friedman received a degree
in medicine from the University of
Cincinnati and is now engaged in
the practice of pediatrics on Mi-
ami Beach.
The couple plan to be married
Mar. 4 at Temple Israel with Dr.
Joseph Narot officiating.
June Nuptials For
Robin D'-bbin
Judge and Mrs. Albert S Dub
bin. 2651 So. Miami Ave announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Robin Aleen, to Alan Donald Ya-
blonsky. son of Mr. ami Mrs. Louis
Yabloiisky. 3601 Monroe St.. Holly-
wood. Fla.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High, attended So-
phie Newcomb College, and will
graduate in June from the Uni-
versity of Miami with a Bachelor
of Educat'on degree. She is a past
vice president of Sigma Delia Tail
Sorority.
Her fiance graduated from So ith
Broward High School and from the
University of Florida. He is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi, social fra-
ternity, and served as a naval offi-
cer for three years He is present
ly employed with the RCA Missile
Test Project in Cocoa Beach, Fla.
A June wedding i~ planned
Worm K i
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controlled fullness in the skirt.;
Mrs. Lylion Abramson brought, Exercises include Yoga, stretch-
back a white silk sari from In- ing and breathing. Isometrics, and
dia, and had it made into the general slimming techniques.
<-ktail ensemble which she, Groups meet Monday mornings.
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Friday. March 4. \Ti
Beth David to Honor Cantor Lipson
For Decade of Service at Sunday Concert
Beth David Congregation, under
I ho auspices of its Men's Club, will
honor Cantor William W. Lipson
for his decade of service to the
congregation at a concert of Jew-
ish music on Sunday evening, 8
p.m.. in the main sanctuary
The concert will feature Cantor
Lipson and include Bogdan
Chruszcz. violinist, and Jerome Or-
lin. pianist, as well as ;h" Beth Da-
vid Children's Choi r. A special
group of songs will be sung by Can
lor Lipson and his daughter, Den-
ise .Toy
Cantor Lipson ha* been ac-
claimed for his well cultivated,
lyric baritone voice. A native of
Chicago, he studied at th* He-
brew Theological College and
th American Conservatory of
Music. He prepared 'or the can-
torate by ttudyiri with such re-
nowned cantors as Frankel,
Sclinipilisky, and Joshua Lind,
of Chica-o.
Cantor Lipson is a charter mem-
ber of the Cantor's Assembly cf
America. He has -taged and ap-
peared as soloist in coacerts
throughout the Middle West, and is
tiizi as ar. authoritj ;:i He-
brev liturgical music and long an
exponent ol authentic synagogue
music properlj rendered in the
laditional manner
tvents at Seacoast Towers
N'ewl) -formed Seacoast Towers
South Women's Club toured the
Viscaya mansion and grounds last
week. Mrs. H. Anne Miner is in
charge of information on activi-
ties of the club.
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
STROLLING VIOLINS
OINNER SUPPER
Hobermem Seeks To Succeed Self
Councilman Lo s 11
mi ed reek \l .' is
didate f( r reel n to the
Si rfside Council in I
. e He ha:
and \ ice maj or sini
According lo h -
Hoberman enjoys the. cUat^pi
LOUIS HOBERMAN
ol ,i perfect attendance record for
hI! regular and recessed meetings
ng his term, totaling al
200 meetings, including two years
of service with the Surfside Plan-
ning and Zoning Board "
Hoberman has been a resident
of Dade County since 1945, and
has been rominated twice for
the Dade Cour.tv "Outstanding
Citizens Award." He was :he re-
cipient in 196 0 of the Miami
Peach Democratic Clubs annual
"Outstanding Civic Worker"
award, and last year he received
the annual citation from the Mi-
ml Beach Music and Arts
League for "Outstanding Cultur-
al E'fort." .u? has b?en honored
by many organizations for his
service work.
'
Music Sot
: lirector ol
h Mi, mi B< (h Music and Arts
uc ha' in ten -. ic pr sident
executive secretarj He is a
Lui mer cl anct j >i commander ol
George i iershwin Lo Ige
.'.!'. a- and a member
cl the Past Chancellors Associa-
tion He was a vtee president of
n.' Democratic Club of Miami
Beach, and last year served as
Chairman of the board of the Sun-
shine No. 1 Senior Citizens Club.
ll<' is past vice president of the
Surfside Civic Association
Hoberman served as president
of the Dade Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, board of gover-
nors ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and former trustee ol
Temple Ner Tamid, having been
membership, public relations
chairman, and chairman of the
Ner Tamid Religious School
According to his supporters,
during his six years of service in
Surfside, "Councilman Hober-
man has been the only member
of Council to write to the resi-
dents on every important issue.
Having been the only member of
Council to oppose last year's
refunding bond program, his
vigorous opposition led to a de-
feat of the large bond issue by
an overwhelming majority of 80
percent.
"Last month, he was able to
pass a resolution by a majority
vote of Council opposing the Metro
takeover of Surfside assessments
by demanding that the Surfside tax
assessor be consulted for neces-
sary adjustments that Hoberman
claimed were inequitable"
CANTOR WfltlAM l/PSON
Chruszcz, a scholarship student
and violin major at the University
oi Miami, was born in Krakow.
Pola
S n min I i Miami in 196!.
he ha televisio
in co n c e r< halls, and has I
Congress ol Strings
Sen he 1964 s
-
, i | soloist Presently, he is a
member it th Miami Philharn
ic and teaches at the University of
Miami Preparatory Division.
Jerome Orlin has disting-
uished himself as soloist (or the
Miami Symphonic Society Or-
chestra and has been heard over
radio and television. In 1962, he
won first place in his division in
a nationwide recording contest
and has twice been named a
state winner in the National Fed-
eration of Music Club Festivals.
Most recently, he won a scholar-
ship for summer study at the Uni-
versity ol Cincinnati s College on-
servatorv of Music
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Situated in the Great Smokey Mountains, Camp Pinewood is
now preparing for summer vacation. On gently rolling acreage
2,400 feet above sea level, focal point of the camp is private
Lake Luana, around which are arranged the 30 major build-
ings of Camp Pinewood. including a large combination gym-
nasium-auditorium, little theatre, infirmary, arts and crafts
shops, newspaper and photography shops, dining hall and
kitchen. Facilities also include an Olympic swimming pool.
This summer's program will feature tutoring in all school sub-
jects and Bar Mitzvah preparation, as well as Friday night
services. Directors are Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michelson and
Mr. and Mrs. Eh Meltzer. Local adress is 535 W. 30thd St.,
Miami Beach.
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.. smart, ol < 11 i
fcsi her Bas Mil2
., i Mar 4. at
lh grade student
High, plays piano.
her class, and a
el the student council.
:,.--i a student at Temple
. fghl years and is a can-
. luaiion this year. I
nd Mtj Waxman will
n l Shabbat tollowing
i
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Jack Bsrrocas
,mi df Mr. and Mrs Albert
. i,! bl Bar Mitzvah at
Sii ai in North Dade on
m< rning, Mar. 5 Ser
i be held at Washington
t;)0 NE 167th St.
- an < ighth trade student
Sinai Religious School
. F. Kennedy Junior High.
rite sports arc golf, horse-
and baseball. His
coin-collecting.
ip Ogjnsky
Satuniav ,-.r. 5
e Net
Philip ..- a student at Nauti u:
1 : empk Ner Tarn-
id Religious School He is a a
list an I plays t'ie French horn.
Alan Sanc"?rs
Sanders, son of Mr. and
Mrt Alex H. Richawt. will b? Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday mornins
Serendipity Singers make their Miami club
defcut at tne Doral Beach Hotel Band Box on
Mar. 1 to 13. The folk-singer group includes
jazz and pop, individual vocals, comedy bits,
and blackout sketches. Television credits in-
clude the Dean Martin and- Tonight Shows.
Concerts have taken them throughout the
United States, with recent tours of Australia.
England, France, Switzerland and Holland.
The Serendipity Singers are slated this sum-
mer for a U.S. Government cultural exchange
with the Soviet Union. Band B^x presents
the group every night except Mondays. There
is no cover. Dancing begins at 9:20 p.m.. with
the show scheduled tentatively at 10 and 12
midnight.
Purim Top' Concert At Agudath Israel Set Monday Night
Stephen finger Martha Waxman

Susan Rackear
Debra, daughter of Mr
Mrs Jack Rackear, 13725 SW
I will be Bas Mitzvah at
David Congregation on Frl-
Mar. 4.
\ seventh grade student at Pal-
,.h. when she plays flute
the scnool band. Susan has been
_ Hcth David Religious
for the pa>t four years. She
in dramatics, poetry and
id Mrs. Merman Rackear.
. nd Mrs Phil Berlin, of
eles, Calif, the celebrant's
. rents, will attend the cere-
Eric Sisnow
Janice Harrison
Mi
M
Stephen Finger
en Mark, son of Mr. and
> Finger, will become
zvah on Saturday. Mar. 5.
pie AdaUl Yeshumn.
len is in the eighth grade
i F. Kennedy Junior High
rite subject is science.
i.i > i^ electronics, for
e received several cita-
Susan Rackear
Jack Bcrrocai
n i xcellenl student in
-, tiool

Dennis Ponn
- FOB Ol Mr and Mrs
nn, 1871 SW 32nd PI..
Bar Mitzvah at Beth
n gation on Saturday
.':iir. 5.
- IS a venth grade stu-
Shenandoah High, I as
lint Beth David Religi
for the past five years
Hi bn n Acadanvy for
I "is. He is interested in
ics, -ports, and science.
.Mrs \V. Moss, his grand
"ill attend the services
Kiddush sponsored by Mr. and
n in Beth David Spector
Marc White-house
Whitebouse, nephew of Mr.
Irs. Sol Aidman. and son of
Mr and Mrs. Sanford
use, will observe his Bar
' on Saturday Mar. 5. at
lion.
"c. a seventh grade pupil at
- Junior High, is interested
rts.
eception and dinner by Mr.
Udman. will be held at
'iA in lionor of the celebrant.
* *
Eric Bisnow
morning services. Mar
temple Or Olom will include
Mitzvah of Eiic Bisnow.
seventh grade student :d West
Junior High, where he par
ates in the accelerated math
?ram, he plays tiumpet in the
*ol band. Outside interests in-
' making slides for his micro-
and playing footbal*.
he celebiant is the son of Mr
Mrs. Mare Bisnow.
services, Mar. 5. at Temple Beth
Am.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard will
a reception and dinner in honor
ol their s n ..t the Dupont PlazJ
Hotel on Saturday evening.
Martin Siiber
0 Saturday. Mar 5. Martin.
- in ol Mr ..: i Mrs. Irving Siiber.
will beci e Bai Mitzvah at the
[srai nter.
Martin is in the seventh grade
at I ... Jui He has had
ays at Studio M a
: will appear in a
,t : the TV pr igram
"Flippt r Martin has done c
mi rcials on both radio and TV,
and has modeled In fashion shows.
Mr. and Mrs Siiber will be hosts
at the Kiddush following services
in honor ol the Bar Mitzvah.
Janice Harrison
Sat irday morning services, Mar.
5. at Temple Beth Shiran will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah ol Janice
Harrison.
The celebrant is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Henry Harrison.
1294'J SW 74th Avo and grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Morris
Self man.
Janet is a student at Palmetto
Junior High and an honor student
at Beth Shi rah Religious and He
Bervance have been built and will
gotn j: ssap uonjvauynoa aqi ohm
host the Kiddush.
A Purim "Pop Concert" w'll take
place Monday at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute. The concert be-
gins at 8 p.m.
Irving Pietrack. violinist, com-
poser, and conductor of the Great-
Purim Party
Pastries for You
"Today is Purim. tomorrow it's
no more." the children used to
sing, "So give me a penny, and
show me the door." But. of course,
you'll treat your guests much more
ceremoniously. You may even
treat them to these festive
Purim Party Pastries
1 cup (2 sticks) Fleischmann's
Margarine
2 cups sitte-l flour
2 tablcspx>:n> cold water
1 cup boiling water
1 teaspoon almond flavoring
3 eg us
2 nips sifted confectioners'
sugar
l tablespoon Fleischmann's
Margarine
4 tablspoon> cream
1 /8 teaspoon .-alt
Cut '-j cup Fleischmann's Mar-
garine into 1 cup flour until it re-
sembles coarse meal. Add cold
water and Stir until well blended.
Divide dough in half. Press each
half into a 3x12 inch oblong on an
jngreased baking sheet.
Place boiling water and remain-
in- 'a cup Fleischmann's Margar
me into a saucepan Bring to a
I ol. Add almond flavoring and re-
move from heat Stir in remaining
1 cup Hour Add eggs one at a
time, beating well alter each addi-
tion Spread this mixture over the
oblongs Bake in hot oven [425
i!i gr es F i about 50 minutes.
Meanwhile, combine com c
tioners' suga r, one tablespoon
I 1 ischmann's Margarine, cream,
vanilla and salt Beat until smooth.
Frost cakes while hot. Cut into
slices and serve warm Makes IK
1'artv Pastries,
.'r Miami Pops Orchestra, will, worn an cantor: Cantor Saul H
headline the concert.
Master of ceremonies will be
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki, prin-
cipal of Whltpfield Senior High
Schco!, and president of Mac-
cabee Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever, of Agu-
dath Israel, will deliver the invo-
cation. Mayor Elliott Roosevelt will
extend greetings in behalf of Mi-
ami Beach.
Guest artists include Joseph
Malek. Miami Beach councilman:
Eugenia Mimon. featured singer on
radio and TV in Russia. Poland.
Germany. Israel, and now in
America, known as the only Israeli
Breeh, of Beth Raphael Congrega-
tion: and Norbert's "In Orbit" pup-
pet show.
Rose Warren, soprano, will pre
sent a repertoire of classical songs
ballads, and pops.
Bernstein Attends CLU Meet
George Bernstein. CLU, general
agent. Protective Life Insurance
Co., will attend a seven-day pro
gram of advanced study in busi
ness and family financial planning
at the CLU Institute at Stetson
University. Deland, Fla.. Mar. 13
Bernstein is one of 150 CLUs
registered to attend two Institutes
this winter.
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Friday, March 4. 1966
Lionel Agnes Stars
At JNF Seudah
Sunday Evening
Lionel Anut will Kitfst star at
the .Ifwish rational Fund of Great-
er Miami Purini Seudah on Sun-
day evening-at-the Fontainbleau
Hotel.
Ames has appeared in numerous
niteclubs, movies, television, and
the Broadway BUfcfB.
H alto has played important
roles in the movies, "This Earth
Was Mine," "Thundering Jat,"
and "Escape from Zahrain." His
most famous role was in "Kis-
met" on Broadway.
William Bornstein. president of
the Jewish National Fund of Great-
er Miami, announced that all tic-
kets for the event have been sold.
Also appearing on the program
is Rabbi Irving Lehrman. chair-
man of the JNF Foundation of
Greater Miami. Rabbi Milton Arm.
national coordinator of JNF ac-
tivities, will be guest speaker. Can-
tor Mordecai Yardeini will sing a
special prayer, and Louis
Schwartzman, executive director.
UONIL ARMfS
Bureau of Jewish Education will
offer the invocation and benedic-
tion.
The event is being dedicated for
Jacob Fishman. vice president of
the JNF of Greater Miami, who
has been designated as "Man of
the Month" for March.
Beach Chamber
Elects Farr
Aaron Farr, Farr 'fours and
Four Star Tours, has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. The elec-
tion took place at the Chambers
board of governors meeting late
last week
Other officers elected were Jer-
ry Sussman, first vKe president;
L Jules Arkin. second vice presi-
dent; Marcus O. Sarokin. treasur-
er.
L. A. (Doc) Baker was reappoint-
ed general manager and secretary
to the board.
Appointed to serve for one-year
terms as Chamber governors were
I, Jules Arkin. David Fenton, Mur-
ray Friedman. R. M. C.ilstrap, Na-
than S. Gumenick, Marcus O. Sa-
rokin.
Madam X' at Wometco Theatres
Miami Beach was to see stars on
Thursday, when a glittering en-
tourage of Hollywood personalities
were to attend the glamorous
world premiere of Universal's
Madam X," a Ross Hunter pro-
duction in Technicolor, starring
I.ana Turner in the title role, and
co-starring John Forsythe. Ricardo
Montalban, Burgess Meredith, Con-
stance Bennett. John van Dreelan
and Keir Dullea.
Iana Turner, who will wear
more than a million dollars worth
<>f jewelry to the opening, 'Mad-
ame X*' producer Ross Hunter, and
co-stars John Forsythe, Burgess
Meredith and John van Dreelen1
were to attend the premier in
person and appear onstage at Wo-
meuco's Carib Theatre in Miami
Beach and the Miracle Theatre in
Coral Gables.
The film also opens simultan-
eously at Wometcos 163rd St. and
Miami Theatres, and on Friday at
selected theatres throughout the
Florida territory.
The stars were to appear in per-
son at the Miracle Theatre at 8
p.m.. and at the Carib Theatre at
9 p.m. The MISS "X" Beauty and
Talent Contest finals, featuring the
16 MISS "X"' contest winners from
all over the country competing for
the grand prize of a trip for two to
Universal City Studios in Univer-
sal City, Calif., and an interview
with the talent head of Universal
Pictures, were to start on stage of
the Carib Theatre at 8 p.m.. prior
to the stars' appearance there.
Korp Qualifies As Engineer
Acme Industrial Sheet Metal, of
555 W 18th St., Hialeah. design-
ers and manufacturers of air-pol-
lution control equipment, announc-
es that owner Ben J. Karp has
been qualified by the Florida
Board of Engineer Examiners to
practice as a professional engineer
in the State of Florida.
Belsky Seeks
Council Seat
In West Miami
Frederick Belsky, advertising
and public relations executive,
and owner of Belsky Art Service,
seeks election Apr. 12 as council-
man in West Miami.
Belsky, a West Miami resident
for 15 years, received his Bache-
lor of Arts degree in economics
from Bucknell University. He has
done graduate work in business
management, public relations, ad-
vertising, statistics, and journal-
ism at the University of Miami.
As a writer, editor, columnist,
and formar publisher, his col-
umns and articles have appeared
in papers of Jewish and general
interest.
A former commander of a Jew
ish War Veterans Post, and a past
chairman of a B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League, Belsky is also
a Mason, Optimist, and a member
of the Economic Society of South
Florida.
He is married to the former
Norms Black, of Boston, who is
also active in the management of
his business. They have three chil-
dren, Charles, Arthur, and Celia.
THE NEWEST FUNERAL CHAPEL
Now in Miami Beach
Funeral Directors for 76 Years
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MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
OF NEW YORK CITY
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Represented by:
Blasberg Funeral Chapel, Larrie S. Blasberg, Funeral Director
Garhck Parkside in Miami can make all arrar
ments for service in New York. Garlick P.irkside n
New York can make all in i -gements m Mum.. One
telephone call to any Garlick Chapel in either c ty
is all that is needed.
We have always felt a special responsibility to the
community and we are grateful that it has responded
by makmgGarlick Parkside the largest family owned
Chapels serving Jewish families.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 613140 C
IN RJS: Estate of
l'i >l.I.Y i;< iRlHiX KAHN
1 iioi as..I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb) given ii,ut i ha\
filed Final Report and ivutio, i..
Distribution and Final Discharge u
Kxecutor of the -:.... of, imi.i
(JOIUHJN KAHN, deceased: and I In
mi the L'ist da) ,,f Mann. 1966, will ai
ply to the Honorable Count} Judge* .
Daclu County, Florida, for appruvi
of suld Final Report and for dlatrlbi
ii..i. and final dlschargi .is Execuli
of the .-slat.- nf III, .,!.. ,.--nain. .1 .
cedent. Thi nth day of l-.i.r.
ID66.
QEORQE OILBERT, Attorney
One Lincoln Road lUdti,
Mi.imi Beachi i-'la.
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FREDERICK BELSKY
Ok
xtuariea
LEVINE
MRS. ANNA. -.'. Of ''l"l Collins
,\Ve died Feb. 25. Mi- I- Ine
..inn. here 16 years ago from
Brooklyn, NY., and is survived
i-i hi v -i,ns. Benjamin and Dan-
iel, I".ill ,.i Miami I:...-Ii. Irving
.,i Hruoklyn, ami Phllljj "f Forest
Hill.-, N.V.: grandchildren Mar-
vin, Kherry, Joy, Abbey, Mr-.
Sand) Logun, Mrs. .1 tin. KalB,
Diane, Man a. Mrs. Joan Kan-
...... and Mrs. Linda Alboner; and
'. great.graiidchlldren. Services
u v held I'.!'. -7 at X.AVilinn
Funeral Home, with Interment at
Mi. Nebu i.viuet. rj.
si., died I-''- -'' Oordon.
KEILSON, Pauline. "5, of K50 Merid-
ian am died Keli l*. Riverside.
KLEIN, Eugene, 69. pf ISO BW 16th
i \ died Feb. 18 Oordon.
GiLLEN. Morris. ::. of 1080 Mh St..
died Feb. IT. Riverside.
KLEINBERG, Anna. 63, ol 1123 Mai
allies Dr.. died Feb. IS Bervlcos In
New York. Riverside.
ROSEN, 11.1. n I.. 60, of I8S1 NW Wlh
St.. died Feb 20. Rlv raldi
STERBER. Harry, 63. of IM^NBISIM
Si. Services in I'aaaalc, N.J. Duus-
SMALL, Loula 1. <" of S3* V.lanl.
\\,., died Feb. 20. lUvrsMe.
FELDBERG. Diana, 12, NE l---"*'
St dii-d Feb. 16 Riverside
golofein, Ann.. '' '' Meridian
Am.. .11-. .1 Feb. 16. > ivlcei In N. W-
MILLER'. Mrs. Nellie, 67, of 1616
Mi.lii-an Ave .....l I' b i" Rivel
LITKIN, AM-..!, m. '. "1 -"' >'
I-., ..a.lvi. In- died I b 16 Services
in Phlludi Iphia S win ,
WEISS. Miriam, -. '; '''
North Raj Village, 'Ii' d I" h lo. RH -
. -ill... ......
PORTER. IrvlliK. '" of IT-" N I2tn
St Services in Cleveland Blasberg
1 BURKIN. ......rge, I*. : '-- Merid-
ian Ave .1..-.1 Feb IS S< vices In
i-|.v. I in.I, "> Newman
FRUCHTER, Israel ll.ish. .'. i>f I246S
K. vstune Rd Rlverdde
HURWITZ. Ka.-h.-l, nl S\V STith
A\. .11. il F< b ]' IS.
ROSENBERG. Martin, id 7316 Oar)
Ave., 'I1..I Feb. Ii. S< roan
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCliRY.
No. 66C-20S9
Bl.WOOD YnINi;.
PlainUff, '
MAE Yni'.Ni;
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; MAI: YcilNi:
1307 Weal Wrlghtwood \ -
I'hlcaaii, Him, i- 4
You, MAX VlHWO, are hi i .
liii. .1 that a I'.ill ,.| i -...., i. ,;, |.,
\i.i... has been filed aaalnst .
you ai n i|ull .1 i" ,.- ,
Lnau-er or I'leadinii to thi Hill
nf L'oniiilainl on lln ilni fa \
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i'..i.i HulldlriK. Mlai l":..... .
ami file, the "i talnal inswi
,nu in i he office : ihi I'.-
'i: ,ii i \>un "ii or Itefoi hi
day of April, l66. II you
.-... JudKemelll in id
.. aaalnst > .. u foi i he ill
man.I.-.I in Hi. Kill I
This notice shall b. ibl
each week for lour consecutive .. i
in THE JEWISH FU ilUDI \ .
I'. iN K AND i 'l;l o Ill :i i M
Klorida, tins :>ih duy ol I
Ali. 1966.
K. B. IJSATHERMAN,
I'lrcuit Court, Han. I'oniuv, i loriii.i
(seal) By C. P. 11 H'ELA: .
1 leput] i'l. rk
' DANIEL 13. SATIN
:i:iu I ml'..nl Bids'.
Attorney foi Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L
NOTICE IS HEREBY flit
the undersigned, di sli i
III l.llslll. -.- 1111,1. I ll,.
of INSIKANii: II INSI I'l
VICE; INSURANCE i'o.\>
SERVICE !' l'l.i iKll''
SCREMTATK PLAN .' >' V 1Mb
Street, Miami I:. ...
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Clr ''H ,""111' "' t
W
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NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NlHll i: IS HI.KI.IN
the underslKned, ib rtini
' in business under ', :
..i ROYAL PAI.il> M'AKil
ai T'il'i i '.ii l)li Avel ., Vila
da Intend In reulsb
ivith lIn i'l. i "f lln <'ii
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LEVINE
DIL lilMAN S. .1, of :,Tii La-
Oorca Dr., iii.-.i Tuesday, Mar !
He came from New York five
yearn luro. A nawnber of the
American Dentul Aaaociation, he
also belonged to the American
Academy of urthodontlsts, Hibls-
us Lodge 876, MaJii Shrine
1 ieonce i lenhwJn l^odirouf Knights
of Pythias, executive board (
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
ami Musicians I'nion liocal 65 of
Miami II. is sin vivid by Ins wife,
Ann.; son. In Michael; brother
Murray: and sisters, Batt) Oar-
i.-l ami Item Leeda. Services were
lo be Thursday, :'. :i" p.m ai
lllvw side i Ihapel, Alton l;.| w iih
burial in ilt. Sinai Cemetery.
GOLDMAN
NATHAN, 76, a pioner resident
and in. rchanl nf Mi.....i, died at
his home In i kiala, Fla., on Fi i).
-i ili. Ooldman had made his
home In Miami from. I'.'U lo r.<.:::
npi r ulna ;..i.iniaiis i..,,ii.. rteadv
to Hear -ii downtown Plagbr Si
''il i......il lils I.ii-.ii. in i
un'il his retirement In 1962. Mi
iiolilman was u i barter memlh
lletli David Synagogue In Ml
V rv' ij n" chair m.....f the i
-h Appeal ... sevi
and .-a- a ii.,.,,.,. He l sin i
i) li Ife, Ida Tin,. -,,,i- 11, .
nn i ioldn.....i
. Phillip (Joldn
Iaii daughters, Mrs I..
Mrs. hiinj a Kilivlinan, Iioi
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KATZ,
NEUSTETER. II
GRANT.
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LEVINE, K
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69931 C
In RK: Estate "I
MARK MANNA MEYER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and \ll Perauns Hav-
lnn i-iaiins it Deinandfl Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims ami denuinda
which you m.iv have againnt the e-
! tat.- ..f MARK 1IANNA MEYER de-
ceased late of I lad. County, Florl-
da, lo in.- i'ounts Judgi of l ide
I County and file thi name in duplicate
and as i.i-oviil.d In Section 713.16,
; Florida statutes. In tie Ir offleee in the
Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
ii'.m Ho- iii......f the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will Li-
lian .1
Dated al .Miami. Kli.rlda, this 2nd
da) i.i M.n. ii \ i'
ETHEL MEYER
V- i:\i.-iiirlx
|-n -i pubilcatl......i iiii- noii. a on
ili. iiii day of March,
/.i:mi:i.. kaii-wi \n ,\ ZEMKL
l|) HERBERT I' /.KM EL
aii. ruey for Kxeculi i\
i-'n I.in. ..In Road, Miami Bench
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69769
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VBK DEI'TSCH
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ,)N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0; 'HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY. IN CMANCtSV,
No. 66C-2232
I,ll.A JEANN1NU !..: IK.
Plaintiff,
DOB L. liil.ITi:.
li.l.iidanl _-
SUIT FOR OIVORCc
TO: BOB I. Poll!.-
:;;;,i Wtadayan < -- ^
Houston, Texas "To:
You BtB L l in.i i ,. an '
tlfled thai a Bill m
v-orva Mas be. n filed aga i
, you are rouulred .....rv-
I your Ajuwm > I'IwuIIiin i ''" t'
, ..f Complaint on the l; I
toracy, DANIEL O. KA'I IN
I'oiu Buikllng, Miami. I "
rile the original Answer
in il,. office of Hi. Clerh ' l"
,-.i Cowl on or be!, r rl I
..I April, 1966 n '' : '
judgment b) di fii ill
uaainsl >ou for II.......' *M m
the Bill ,.r Ooniplatm
This notice shall
each week foi rour
in THE JEWISH I ,."l:ll'! '
I".Ni: AND ttRDERED
l-Iol-l.la. Illl- -ii.I duj nl M "'
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i-li. nit Court, Dad.
(seal) B) (' I' CoPI I. l
Deputy cleric
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0J-
Ti \M i-,,.i.i.,,- and Ml IN hhu Ha> ELEVENTH JUOICI-LC'h.-
' Plain I...... vgalnsl Said **" nt"r"' "
nt i
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id to present any c.i na and di -
in......h
In ol VBK DEI TSI 'H
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No 66C
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LEGAL NOTICE
ITnTire av publication
.K THE C'RCOIT COURT OF
'?HF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
- HCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND
'FOR OADE COUNTY.

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IN CHANCERY.
No 66C-1331
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''''"SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RKTHA W [BBM
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.....i umpwlnl lor
... n filed BtMUnal you,
......Ired to nerve a con)
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..... ill'- ptolntUfn
.; ,..-il\l.l. FI8HEH,
i\\ i si k'-inlaU. l-'t i .
,!,,'. i Anawer or Plead
if ihi- i 'Itviilt Court
! iih iln> of Miin h,
-.. .1.. ho, Judgement
. tken HffnlriHl i"
,n,n,i.i in the Bill
i- ptihllahi I onc'i
r ,,nH,-,"ti i\,- week*
i- i nm'i is
nincnicn m m ii i
of February
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BY HENRY LEONARD
1. TICE 3'- =>UBLICAT'ON
HE -'RCU T COURT OF
. r=MTH JUDICIAL
F -I.ORIOA 'N AND
FOR 3OF COUNTY.
'AMCFRY.
No 6C 1381
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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"And ever since they took in a Litvak
. they feel the're integrated!"
Cool 1965. Dwu KroenetiOTI
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-1503
HILDA FKLH'K Mil/'
Plaintiff
AM HIUO
I lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: All llllo
Sii-Sth Avenue
Brooklyn, x*-u- York
Vi'ii. ai.i ilii.ii in hereby notified
thai ii Kill .( Conmlaint for I i., -
has been filed HKiufU-L you, and you
are required i" eei-ve a copy "i" your
AlMWer or I'li-iidinis to ih'- Hill ofl
Complaint on tin- Plaintiff's Attorney
JACK I. KINO, Ii:." S.W. l~t Ktrei I,
Miami, Florida and file the original
AneWer oi ['leading In the office ,.r
i in- > Trfrtt i.i tin- before the _ii da> of March, ";'.. Ii
you fail I,, do m>, judftmenl by ,t
fault will I,,- taken again*! yo
the rellel demanded In the Hill ol
i 'ompl ilnl
Thl.-. iiuiiri' shall be published nnre
each week i<>i f..... conaecutlve weeks,
in ih. .h:\msii plohidiaX
i mini-: and ordered ,u Miami.
Klorldii this i"ih day ol Pehruat .
A.I'. IHI
i. it. LEATHERMAN, i
i'ii,-a,i i 'our*. I >ade i "ounty. Plorldn
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Suit.- 215, | l.-.n S.W. I>| >i.
Miami. Kiwi.la, 3?!i-1512
2 IR-2i-| 1-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
Jen/*!? fhridHrr)
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4G05
lor messenger serrics
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CpUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68994-B
III UK INtat. "I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69016-B
in RK: H*n.....
I'll' 'MAS i vi>r
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,, All i:n lltoi ml ill l'w : I
m;- Plain ll Said
Bll Itl
Y,.u are hi n nottfii d and r-
, quired tu pi.....ii ii ii.- elal i- -
tnaiid* wbli i i in^'-
iflH rtale of THIlMAK .1AM
, .-.j.-.....,! I...... mill
to I In 'I 11 .I
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at- pii>\ Ided In Hop 733.H I'lorl
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69798
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-I587
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS ^f iMteA'til I ml. l''loi|dH, til
To Mi' rHlltor1> and Al> |fr-,.:i-"Hnv- ,la\ -,,i Pebl ;' '.....'
, ,., Ii.iiian.l- Aii.ni'M .-.. A !.' I'.U'ZIKII
i >i. ', \ i a, 1'iitor
v i. ill .1 and re- V'i- kI publicnl I >i
luiritl in hi i" ii' ii- .mil di ih'-' t>-111 iiai r h'ebi
lan um> havi iKalRl UtH^VMAN. (iiil.HSTKIN >v I'Ai
n ,\lili'li von iimi. lin\. laalnol (IIN Ai
the estate ..f wil.MVM i .1 lv- ,'/. :. Attifiiey loi K\v<
i i.i.i,. i -,.11111- h'lorlda, 8401 w I mler street
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69800 C
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THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCL iT OF FLORICA 'N A\D
FOR OADV CO1 NT\ .
IN CHANCFRV .
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NTH lUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ol FLOROA IN AND FOR
J'[t COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
. No. 66C-1951
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'" SANCHKZ, I',-f.-iid.ini
I tjid Street NorthwBet,
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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. 66C72
N.'ltMA AI.I.KN.
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ROY .IA.MKH AI.I.KN.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tu: ROY JAMES AI.I.KN
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u-lll, the Clerk nl I In tin ll
,,r I lade Count). PI,,i ula
RI'XTAl'K \N r I'Ri H'KRTIKS, INC
Sole '' in-r
PHIUI'J Mil.Ill:
i Attornej i"i Applli ant
I"'. I.iliii.lli ltd.. Miami Ca.ll. Via.
2 l>--'">. 3/ t-l I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69687-B
In RK: Estate "1
M \ N I'VI'l.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT IOL:. NAME LAW
XDTICK :.- IIKREIIY KN Ih I
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F ,CT : NAME LAW
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Vlliuiil, i :,. I.In Minn
Attoriu ) for I 'hiiin id
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'TICi: IS HEREBY tllVBS that
tlii- undemlKned, deelrlns t" enjtaite In
i,ii-in.--. under th.. flctltloun name :
HARRIS I'l'.AI 'SIIAVY'S BARKER
SHOP at "111 S VV Mh Htreet, Alt -
mi. H'lorlda, intend t" realater Bald
name with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court ot I'ade County, Florida.
II VRRIH i: BRAJ I8HAW
KII.A K. I'.lt.M'SIIAU
SIT.VERSTEIN, N veil V\ A l.'PKR
I.IVKIUS \- llltl'SII
Attorneyn for Harris E. Bnidahaw
2 i--:1.-, 3 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69875-B
In I'.l" I'-tatr of
.1 H'/NXIK ST'i:iX.
I...-, a.-,-.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redlti re and All I'l r-'ii- llav-
ln claim- or Demand* A-.m.-t Paid
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You tin herebj notified and re -
.ii.' ti 'ii- .....I di
ii iti. h you mn> hnvi
,.i JFXNIK STEIN di
, ,.i-..i of Dade
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NC.TICE UNDER
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IN THE COUNTY J1. IU R1
IN AND FOR DADE lOVN'Y
FLORlOA IN PROBATE
No 6IC6-I.C

HI! VXK ii MAY'Ell
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
XtiTK'K :> herebj cn-n that I luixe
f Ii d mj Final l;.-:...i-1 and I :
for I 'i-' ll'lltii'll and Fill : I 'i-, I, "
.i- HJmh'UIiIn oi the eatati ol FRANK
i; MATER, di i aw il and
; the i ii li da > of March. IWW ill np-
i.i> to the l Ioiioi alih 'mint y Jud
oi I'.i.i.' County, Florida, for approv-
. al uf Raid final Report and f,.r d --
trlliutlon and final dlfcharce av ex-
peutrlx of the estate of the above-
i named di i i dent, T'hi.- i lib dnj of Pi b
iry, 1966
CEC1IJA Al. MAYER
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Tenth Floor
Find National Rank Bids.
.Miami. Florida 3S132
2 11-18-s: i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69935-C
In RE: Relate of
SYIAT A D, Sll.i ,1.1.
'''n'o'tiCE TO CREDITORS
T'.i ah Creditors and All Persona Hav
Inn Clnltna "i I ni.in.l.- Agalnat Said
You aiv hereby notified and re-
iinired i i"-' w PI an> i lalms and de-
ou mn> ha\i acaliiHt
syi.VIA n >ii:i'.i:i. di -
i lade I'out PI
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FICTITIOUS MA MF I A '
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PogelS-B
+Mis*ncr&k>r
Ft&rf. Manrh4
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cits man> dc ars for the C.J.A. But he does-': know his
helped find and pay for a foster home for a little girl named
Pollack, whose .-. dowed Dther .vas toe sicl to care for her.
Maybe Maysr e d dn't even t.....- tfi s mone^ ma
ference where so very much led. But : surely rr
ence to Cheryi Pollack. So don't let anyone tell you
is dead.

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You're
a hero,
Mayshie
Friedberg.
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
1317 Biscayne Blvd., FR 3-0411

Mayshie is looking forward to seeing all of
you at this Sunday's million dollar breakfast.