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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Prtrr. 7. A
iJewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 10
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 11, 1966
Tnree Sections Price 23 WALDOR CALLS SOVIET DECISION ARBITRARY
Reds Nix JWV Chief s Visa Bonn Reports
Anti-Semitism
Making Gains
By Special Report
.MUNITION Soviet Russia
arbitrarily denied a travel
ililton A Waldor. national
commander of the Jewish War
- ol the ISA., only a few
da; prior to his scheduled de-
for Moscow on a long-
. i>it, the JWV disclosed

Soviet action was believed
.-(I on policies of the JWV
and intended to "punish" the vet-
i : supporting l.s policies
\ i' in ami for urging Russia
rd Jews and other minor-
Kills and racial rights.
Commander Waldor took a milit-
and outspoken position sup-
ig the United States war ef-
fort in Vietnam on a recent na-
tional >peaking tour lie had been
COMMANDER WALDOR
departure from policy
OVERNIGHT HERO OUT ON BAIL
invited to go to Vietnam by ;;..
Department of Defenre and sub-
sequently reported to Secretary of
i Defense Robert S. McNamara and
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
phrey on what he saw in Vietnam
and on .IWV's full support for the
Administration's policies in Viet-
nam.
"Another reason for the
abrupt Soviet action," declared
Waldor, "a sharp departure from
the expressed Russian policy of
promoting American tourism, is
thought to be strong criticism
voiced by JWV of Soviet religi-
ous and racial policies. The JWV
has taken a leading role in pro-
tests charging that Moscow
denied Jewish persons the same
Continued on Page 10-A
'Peace Pilot' Back from 'Mission'
OR. GEORGE WISE
refuses to return
TEL AVIV (JTAi Abraham
Nathan, who became an overnight
hero to Israelis with a "peace mis- j
ion" Might to Egypt, returned
safely in his small plane this week:
and was promptly arrested. He was
immediately freed on bail and es-.
ported by his waiting admirers to
the Hilton Hotel.
The Tel Aviv restaurant owner
faced such charges as leaving with-
out s flight plan, leaving the coun-
try Illegally and similar problems
but it was not expected that he
would actually suffer any great
punishment.
He told a press conference at
the hotel, where he was offered
the Presidential suite by an alert
hoel management, that thc-
Egyptian authorities had treated
him well on his unusual adven-
ture. He had said he planned to
fly to Cairo for a hoped-for audi-
ence with President Nasser of
Egypt but got only as far as
Port Said, where startled o'*i-
rials took him into custody.
He said the Port Said Governor
had been instructed to tell him o.i
btiialt of the Egyptian Govern-
ment, that there was "no point1'
in Nasrer receiving him.
Israeli who were fascinated oy
his advence announcement of his
"mission" signed petitions asking
tl.c government nol to act against
him. Thousands gatVed near Tl
Avh restaurant to debate the pros
and tons of the "mission."
Nathan told newsmen that he
had left a will to make sure that
payments due for his airplane were
met, and that he had bequeathed
some paintings to the Israel Muse-
um in Jerusalem "I have a clear
plan.' he said, for bringing peace
between Israel and the Arabs. All
thai has to be done is to open ne-
gotiations "
BONN (JTAi The year 1905
saw a "slight increase" in the
right-wing radical forces in West
Germany, and a considerable rise
in the circulation of rightist news-
papers, some of them outright an-
ti-Semitic and anti-Israeli. Minis-
ter of the Interior Paul Lueker re-
ported here this week The report
compares figures for 1965 aid
1964. It shows that, as far as ac-
tual Nazi and anti-Semitic inci-
dents were concerned, these had
risen vastly in 1965. totaling 521
lor the year, compared with 171
in 19B4.
The Minister of the Interior
stated that during the parliamen-
tary elections last October the Na-
tional Democratic Party obtained
64.000 votes out of a total of 32.
000.000 ballots cast, while another
right-wing group got a total vote
Continued on Page 9-A
ON DESALINATION
IN BATTLE WITH PRESIDENT DR. GEORGE WISE
Tel Aviv U. Rector Gets Support
AND RUSK TRIP
Goldberg
Terse On
\rtns Sale
UTA) Arthur J.
the United st.it- Am-
1 >r to the United Nations.
press conference here this
' H the planned visit by Se
0l State Dean Husk to
had not yet been confirmed.
Was also asked about the
m suppl) oi Patton tanks
and replied thai from
'" time, the United States
reluctantly had supplied cor-
lantities ol arms to Middle
countries, specifically Jor-
'"'1. more recently, Israel.
"' *aid that Soviet arms supplies
Continued on Page 15 A
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Sen-
ate oi ill Avh University adopted
this week a resolution supporting
Rectoi Benzion Katz in his policy
lisi ute i'Ii Dr. George Wise who
,,! as president ol the I'ni-
j lasl week. Prol Kntz is ex
officio .: .i.i man ol the I
Senate In I
ate deel ired il "lends its support
livites ol the rector in pre
the academic level ai
ba ic | the n tter ol
freedom <>i academic institutions
in- Wise had charged thai Prof
Ratz had taken policj decisions,
while Dr. Wise was oul ol the coun-
try, to which Hr Wise was op-
pose i The resolution also thanked
Dr Wise for bis "positive activ
ties in the past on behalf of the
L'ni\ ersity."
The resolution received 24
votes, the single opposing vote
being cast by Dr. Yuval Nee-
man, who resigned with Dr.
Wise as University vice presi-
dent. Four Senate members ab-
stained. Dr. Katr reportedly fa-
vors a small-siie university de-
voted to academic pursuits while
Dr. Wise has sought to expand
the university and diversify its
faculties
. Minister Levi Eshkol was
led here a: "very anxious"
thai Di Wit* withdraw his re-
signation. Mr, Eshkol, it was learn-
.i\ sel up a public commit lee
io look into thi dispute which led
to Dr. Wise's resignation and to try
Continued on Page 16-A
Eban Says
U.S. Studies
Israel Reactor
OUR PLANS DllAYtD PAGE ISA
JERUSALEM (JTAi The
United States Government has not
asked for supervisory rights over
all Israeli nuclear installations in
exchange for financing a project-
ed nuclear-powered desalination
plant. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban told a Parliamentary Com-
mittee this week. He told the For
eign Affairs and Security Commit-
tee that the United States did ask
for inspection on the nuclear core
of the proposed plant.
Mr Eban said that the request
was a "natural one." since the nu-
clear plant will be built by Israel
together with the United States.
and will be operated jointly.
His clarification followed a
number of reports from Wash-
ington that trre United States
had decided to tie loans for the
nuclear desalination plant to an
Israeli agreement that all nu-
clear installations in Israel be
Continued on Page 12-A
Schwartz
Quits Post
NEW YORK (JTAi
Heads of national organiza-
tions. Jewish and non-Jew-
ish, interested in the liber
alization of immigration re-
gulations by the United
States Government, today-
telegraphed President John-
son, asking him not to accept
the resignation of Abba P.
Schwartz, who tendcied his
resignation yesterday trotr
his post as administrator of
the State Department's Bur-
eau of Security and Consular
Affairs.
After tendering his re-
signation, Schwartz said in
Washington that he was quit-
ting his post upon discover
ing that he was the principal
victim of a State Depart
nient reorganization that
would abolish his bureau. He
is widelj considered as one
.f the Admini. tiation's most
vigorous advocates of uoer-
al immigration, travel and
refugee policies and was the
principal architect of the
new immigration law edopt-
ed last year wiping out the
discriminatory "national oil
gins" quota system.
&R. joh:j SIAWSON
to talk with educaiors
Siawson to Meet Germans
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. John Slaw-
son, executive vice president of
the American Jewish Committee,
is leaving for Wesl Germany in
about in days al the invitation of
West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt
i,i meet with German educators to
discuss methods of education fi r
democracy in schools in thai coun-
try.
The imitation has grown oul of
the American Jewish Committee's
program in collaboration with the
Institute ol International Ed It a
tion winch, since 1960, has bi
teams of German educators to th '
United States to study American
methods ol civic education for in-
troduction into German schools
Dr. Siawson will confer with
German educators and school
administrators, including the 60
who have taken part in the visits
to the U.S. He will also meet
with Mayor Brandt and other
leading West German Govern-
ment officials.
At the same time. Dr Siawson
made public a report which showe
that these stud) Visits In
ranking German educators are
Continued on Page 11-A


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Friday. March 51. 1366
B'nai B'rith Honors Jackie Gleason
Clergy Fellowship
Elects Malavsky

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are Miami Beach Mayor Eliictt
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t'onai presxJen' of B nai B rith.
Or. Irvirg Lehrman. spiritual
leaser erf Temple Emanu-EI, end
Stan Mvsie". one o* America s
baseball heroes.
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Friday. March 11, 1966
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Hebrew Scholar To be Speaker
Chaim Rosen, of Philadelphia, speaking group here,
will discuss "Joseph C'aro and the Rosen is a graduate of Temp
Shulchan Aruch" on Sunday eve- University, a Hebrew scholar and
ning at Miami Beach Federal. 735 educator.
Washington Ave. Harry Perach, of the Hebrew
Sponsor of the talk is the Moa- Academy laculty, will discuss tlie
don Hahistadrut Haivrith, Hebrew- Terek Yomi."
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APPRECIATED
Accepting a new Bloodmobile for Mount Sinai
Hospital is Samuel Gertner (center), executive
director, shaking hands with Herman Kutun,
president, Bayshore Service Club. Looking on
(left to right) are Dr. Sanlord Levine, mobile
project chairman, Bayshore Service Club; Dr.
Mark Cirlin, director, blood procurement.
Mount Sinai Hospital; Micky Kraus, treasurer,
Bayshore Service Club; and Ben Gould, club
vice president. Not shown at presentation are
Dr. Walter Sail, Blood Bank chairman, Bay-
shore Service Club; and Harold Sedacca, club
secretary.

Bloodmobile for ML Sinai
The legend on the lower left-hand corner of
Mount Sinai Hospital's new Bloodmobile reads,
Donated by the Bayshore Service Club, Miami
Beach, Florida,-' and represents the generosity
of this civic organization towards a vital project
of the hospital.
Eight years ago this group, composed of some
100 business and professional men, presented
Mount Sinai with its first Bloodmobile. Last
week, a new conveyance was needed and, again,
the same group met the need.
The Bloodmobile it usd by the Hospital'*
Blood Bank a* a portable arm. It carries tech-
nician* and equipment to area* away from the
hospital, where blood drive* are held, and is
used for emergency pickup* of blood from other
area*. According to Dr. Mark Cirlin, director
of blood procurement. Mount Sinai provided 2,-
912 patients with 5,054 units of blood during
1965 and the demand today is constant and
increasing.
He attributed this, in part, "to the greater
number of people using Mount Sinai Hospital's |
facilities and to the more highly developed types
of surgery today which require additional sup-
plies of blood.-'
Herman Kutun. president of the Bayshore
Service Club, said that his group "is cognizant
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Bank plays and that we are pleased therefore
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Orovitz Named To Serve on Hillel Commission
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B'nai B'rith this week announced
-Uction of Max Orovitz. of Mi-
ami Beach, to its national Hillel
Commission in Washington. D.C.
Orovitz. who is active in Miami
omnuiltal affairs, was elected to
i three-year term at the commis-
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ton.
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.'1 needs of Jewish students at 254
colleges and universities in the
United States. Canada and coun-
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orovitz has served as director of
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of trustees of the executive com-
mittee of the University of Miami.
He is the founder of the Orovitz
library on Human Relations at
'he University of Miami.
He was first president of the
Lnited Fund of Dade County and
is chairman of the board of lit.
Sinai Hospital here.
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Birchite Policemen
A Growing Dilemma
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.:r. arcsninc is the rose of some 50C
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srrca Society
The :ssue .-"= rx^e-; last week
ry Got Bockefeflet and Mayor Lind-
3ov Rockefeller put : -t.v
oydty must be to the state
Mayor Lindsay iw a ilef hmbei
He charged that the Birch Society _s
afcnnoitt and agoiul -very-.-, r.r
zecec.: and fair.
3.- tbe ADL it.t qttareiy or. the
"e-rc V.".-.-.s-: equivocation. Lecque
c r.: iak = a z cestec I h a I ft e John
Eircfa Society records the entire c-.vj
-q.-.ts overrent cs a Communist
conspiracT As o consecuence, how
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hnest ccarv out
their duties objectively, particuJariy
*.-ze- these duties involve police ac-
uv-.ry ir. the area of civil rights?
The dilemma is not New York's
ti.cnie Los Angeles DOS tr_-ec:cy had
to deal with a stmilcr situation, where Birch-
ite policemen seemed more inclined to take
their orders from Robert Welch &an from that
ctty's police officials.
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The Hew Beth Israel
The dedication of the new Beth Israel Syna-
gogue on Miami Beach marks the ccklition to
t _- community of o religious institution whose
physical facilities are beautiful in the evocation
-.: the Orthodox Jewish pas- and in then recf-
hrmation of traditional Judaism today.
The new Beth Israel will be .one more out-
el lot Greater Miami i expansion of the Jewish
heritage -'-:. religiously rurally.
;-:.-. : also a happy addition to the sheer
wealth of local Jev.-r. sites reserved for this
-.. n-pose.
Join ng the many other synagogues and
temples ben devoted to the various branches
.: Jewish religious identity, Bete Israel not-only
gives cause for delight to members of the Or-
thodox community bat to all Jews, regardless
of affiliation whose overriding dedication is
primarily -c Judaism and lo .'^ survival as a
meaningful and Bourishing tradition.
Light on Rat Finkism
Rot Finkism seems to be spreading. The
problem ^ not New Jerseys alone. News now
.s that the chairman of the Conservative Party
of Pennsylvania. W. Henry MccFarland, has
oeen involved in anti-Semitic end anti-Negro
activities for the past twenty years. Rat Finkism
in the Republican Party in New Jersey is pres-
ently being investigated by c three-man na-
tional team- The GOFs ultra-conservatives are
rightly being given no quarter.
Perhaps the Pinks are getting the message,
and this is why new parties are being formed
by and for the new extremists, such as the one
in Pennsylvania.
Where the traditional political orgcauzations
of whatever persuasion will continue to refuse
to tolerate Rat Finkism behind their scenes,
these unAmericans will ultimately have to
stand up and be recognized in terms of what
they really represent, rather than as disguised
bearers of the respectability to which they are
far from heir.
non m the celebration of ORT Month in March.
To the 66.000 members of Women's Ameri-
can ORT in 500 chapters. President Johnson, in
c message marking the occasion, declares:
Yours is a laudable missicn and you have
performed it with distinction. Your programs to
aid refugees, displaced persons, and victims
cf other misfortunes nave benefited not only
the individuals for whom you have provided
traimng. but have aided immeasurably in
bringing about general social progress.
Long aware rf the particular neecU of Jews
both us a consequence of the holocaust which
the remnants of the European community ex-
perienced, and even before then. ORT today
continues to dedicate its proqrcrris toward the
reb_.:d.r.c of human .J .:.:i-.:r. voccticna". ea-
'. cation. CRT's central creeci .s mat rr.crr. .s
ccst assisted by being helped to become tnde-
pendent e|i supporting and self-respect i
ORT gives tra aing in more then 70 modern
jsfaiaj skills. ORT helps to build underdevel-
oped economies and to men the industries of
free countries striving to keep pace with tech-
nological advances. ORT installations in
Europe. Africa the Middle East. South Africa,
India. South America and Israel envision an
enroBmenl of more than 50.OX students by the
end of the current year.
ORT Month serves to remind us of the pur-
pose cf c program designed to help Jews help
themselves in c world that has. during the past
several decades, experienced so much violent
upheaval and change.
Goldberg Speaks Out
U.S. Ambassador Goldberg deserves the
applause of all of us for his forthright state-
ment at tbe 53rd annual meeting of the Anti-
D>efamation League of B'nai B'rith recently,
where he received the League's Democratic
Legacy Award.
In his acceptance. Ambassador Goldberg
called upon the United Nations to condemn
omti-Semitiam "by name." and also urged that
the United States delegation to the UN pledge
its continuing dedication to doing so "by rais-
ing the issue once again in the Human Rights
Commission.
This was no abstract statement of laudable
policy. It came from the man who heads that
U.S. delegation. As such, it suggests the kind
of conviction that can fulfill potential purpose.
Ambassador Goldberg deserves our praise for
speaking out clearly in behalf of the world's
Southeastern Florida Region of Women's greatest power.
American ORT is joining the Organisation for.- Hopefully, it may be a telling blow against
Rehabilitation Through Training across the na- the forces of hate and discrimination.
. r-.ty tasks face
the Jewi .-.munities of the
ted States and Canada during
tie com in? year. Max SI. Fisher.
Detroit, general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, declared
.r. Montreal at uaa General As
jemh!> of the Cosecil of Jewish
Fee- and Welfare Fund*
-act at the beginning of the win-
. -
Immigration Aid
He listed the tasks as first, a
belp Israel
20 unigranU from
. ._ who
are -- -ent
-:a!e
migrants i
; ..r: i-raei I
: for
- DS* d
-.nee
n to make up the
of 517 500.000 do longer -re-
ceived each :-ear from '' -t Ger-
man repent as "- L'JA
beneficiane*the Jewish Agency
Joir.t Distribution Committee
and United Hia> Service
He said the rel*tion*hip be-
tween the CJFWf n4 the UJA
in meeting Jewish overseas
needs had produced more than
$1400000.000 in 20 yearv
Through this greatest, volun-
tary-. lifea%ing effort ever under
taken by a given national or relig-
ious group.' he said. 1.735.000
Jews from places of despair"
were settled in free lands includ
mg 1.373.000 in Palestine and Is-
rael: the greatest nongovernmen-
tal program of relief and as*i>-t
ar.ee tad world has ever known
was implemented: shattered Jew-
ish communities were helped to-
ward rebuilding in Europe, wner
feasible: and new dimeBsioni were
provide': Ireds of thousand*
of Jews in backward lands in V
Africa and Asia, 'hrough welfare
and education activities
Amended Legislation
Durii e period, he
shment of 48 >
ras given ;o the
building of a [si
ties two out of three im-
no had come to Israt
rd "reasonably
successful ad;usti->ent."
: "he problems faced now.
Mr Fisher pointed out. is the an-
ticipated new Jewish immigration
to the United State- a- a result of
the amended Immigration Act L'r.
... .... Q< -aid "it
.- ; issible that we will see US
r.siderably. and
the I'nited Hia- Service called on
to handle an annual a-.erage im-
-----..on to Western areas of
12.000 person.- per year. The fed-
erations and the L'JA must be pre-
pared to meet an overall movement
ot about 52.000 persons annually
for the next five vears.'"
individual ear-n-os c* 1205 ser
..onth in o'her par's of Israel,
He pointed to the gap >r Mu<*-
tion, as between yojth rht
developnrent towns and o.ng
Israelis in the rest ef th; :
try, and to'd o* 'he effort
ing made to c'ose that gi; by
the Israel Government ard 'it
UJA's new Israel Ed.:<:-
Fond.
He repotted
ear of existence the ::-..
iledeed Sll for
and m
.2 new h..
built :: l-.-aei
Fisher reported that ii
bat in 1965. L'JA

he UJA
That -
:
.
year by
>ears Then he :
.Assembly:
st
-
-
it
8

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March is ORT Month
rVon-Producfive families
Fisher revealed the results of a
survey conducted by the Jewish
Agency recently, at the request of
the UJA. amdtfg 200.000 immi-
grants in 21 Israeli development
towns. That study, he said, show-
ed that 30 percent or more are
illiterate in any language: 20 per-
cent represented non-productive
families, including persons on per-
manent relief or employed, full
time or part time, in public works;
60 percent consisted of families of
six or mapi. persons, against the
overall Israeli .national average of
3 7 persons per family
The data also showed that, in
the development towns, average
W*9n--a> rv**vS100 per
month, against average, urban.
Italian Chairman
-In :?66 dM United '
>ea! will come to the corr
with a new and charier.; _
>osal We will pomt out :
authentic needs overseas a:
vays many millions rr.
\mencan Jew* attain in
"und-raising efforts In I96C
vill toul about SH5'"
ill of the UJA s agencies 3-- f
rill say since we ca--
hat full amount let as I
raise 20 percent or 25 >
r.ore than the S6"2.000.000 >
d in 1965 Let us work \t%
md try to raise %~!3 milko- 574
nillion It is needed I \-
an do it and that a o do it."
Dr Astorre Mayer of
talj cha-.rmar. of the E
tar.d.r.s Conierence
i'ommunit) Services -
in both the achievsmer
ei .- of the Jewish con-..-
n Europe li- _-
of the J -.-1- ins)
rhich bad e
he .'
es of the 16 I
ah
\ Denmar
-
Se
Norway. Port igi -
. rland and Yugosll
He revealed that seme af 'h
Jewish communities behird lh
Iron Curtain have indicated that
they would like to participate :n
the Standing Conference. 'There
are, of course, a number of tech-
nical and other questions 'o be
solved, but the trend is are!
ing and we shall stand by W **
and when our brethren in '"e
East will call on us and IH be
able to join our ranks.' Df-
Mayer said.
Pointing out that the Eui
Jewish conimunitii -
than $700,000 for Jewish rei
from North Africa and
was an unprecedented Joint
in Europe on behalf of I
community. Dr Ma>er Slid
following the termination of funds
from the Conference on
Material Claims Against Germany.
new and "revolutionary" approach-
es will have to be worked out
the field of aid by the Jewish com-
munities of Europe.
Building Schoo/j
Reporting on activities in lb*
field of Jewish education, he saW-
"In this field we were not vcqL
successful We have built man*.
schools. Some of our communitio
may be proud of having aw
schools for the large majority
their children, tike Antwerp, Stras-
bourg, and Milan. Othe/s'ai* "g,
lowing, but still we are.%"">
from covering all tbe'needs ot
young people.'-


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CJA Surpasses Magic Million Mark
RELATED NEWS PAGE 1-C
SuqWtfillg its goal by more than
S20.0W- the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal'i econd annual "Million Dol-
lar" U-caklast Sunday touched off
i BOds> intensive period of camp-
aigning throughout Greater Miami
by hundreds >>. CJA workers.
More than in., auenticd the ses-
sion e: the Fontainebleau Hotel a
INCREASES
!; crease^ in sifts were the
on oi the day a! the sec-
. m annual "Million Dollar"
kfast, and the report of
i.l Abbott, co-chairman
oi the Lite Insurance Divi-
was typical. Abbott.
whi won a 'Spirit of '66"
aws rd, reported the division
already has raised S1Q.000
si an overall total last
... of $6,700. 'And we're
to doubie that figure,"
\ :t said.
which : inner CBS European chit f
corn pendent David Schocnbrun
correctly predicted the accelerated
dema: i s on the United States by
l r. n< President Charles De
Gaulli
CJA chairman, Jay I. Kislak,
was smiles as associate chair-
man Milton Weiss announced the
breakfast raised an additional
$94,049 cutting the amount
neeoed to achieve this year'*
goat -o *S45,528.
I)r ,'rving" Lehrman, campaign I
cabinet chairman, said "We can
better :he target of $1,566,666 if
we dot : let up. Our pace continues
at a/. era-.- increase card for
cards of 24 per cent."
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, li.itioned against over-optim-
ism -e must make up for prob-
ablj :; ..re than S100.000 in girts
not repeated because of deaths,
movii out of our community and
othei causes."
nbrun. author of the new'
best-lJing book. "The Three
Lives : Charles De Gaulle." flat-
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Passing of the million dollar mark by the 1966 Combined
Jewish Appeal at its second annual "Million Dollar" break-
fast Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel brings smiles to key
participants in the milestone event. Discussing results are
(left to right) David Schoenbrun, guest speaker; Jay I. Kislak,
CJA chairman; Mrs. Jean Lehman, Women's Division chair-
man; and Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign cabinet chairman.
ly predicted that the United States
wiil reject the French demand to
place American troops in France
onder Do Gaulle's ;. mmand. "\V<
will probably move NATO head-
quarters t.) London, and pull back
our advance bases in Eurone to
Holland and Belgium."' Schoenbran
asserted. "The United States today
faces a global challenge from both
East and West, and we must face
up to the fact that we can do any-
thing in the world today except
everything." Schoenbnin stated
America simply cannot impose
its will on every nation at once.
We must learn to live in an inter-
dependent society."
Only American correspondent
on the scene at France's final de-
feat in Indo-C'hina, Schoenbrun
traced the gradually increasing
American involvement here
"But there's a real storm
brewing over the Atlantic, with
the threat of disollution of our
alliance in Europe a mal'rr of
growing concern in the months
ahead. De Gaulle has decided not
to wait until 1969 fcr his de-
mands, and will move up the
deadline to this spring," Schoen-
brun predicted.
The veteran commentator ?
mother was in the audience as
asked the crowd. "If fornv
Rhodes scholar and college prol<'--
sor Rusk and former Rhodes scho
lar and college professor Fulbright
our Secretary of State and th
chairman of the Senate Fore:-
Relations Committeeare in such
complete disagreement, how <
we expect the average citizvn >
reach a knowledgeable dcisiun on
our policy?"
Schonbnm said the intensifying
arms rice between Israel and th
Arabs in the Middle East wa- :
iurce of alji.r.. but flatly 9
"We will never avain have a world
war. Th" Siuict Union and :
United States hav" the power >
destroy one another, and cat1!
knows it."
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Friday, March ll, 1965
Historic Circle: Israel in Germany
By EDWIN EYTAN
N JTA A
40 ; stood at M
t the i -: -
..ke build::l{
-
\ .. 24 SI
-
5 starl
t the top. thi spite
:-.ply
lor a I ts as
and ft)
tic ceremony, which
I the
'' an>
I of diplomat-
relat etwei the I states

m< nstra-
rs have official-
Jerusa i Bonn have been
--. drawing th< political bai-
-.uation.
For the Israelite*, these many
-lonths have been a serious dis-
appointment. Jerusalem had at
hat time overridden emotional
= nd historic difficulties in the
nope of achieving a closer and
-nore profitable economic rela-
tionship with prosperous Ger-
man/. The hope of extraordin-
ary credits, of large indvstrial
nvestments and low tariffs for
Israeli eaports, has practically
aded away.
The new German Government is
; ared to grant certain econom-
UlllU'MJOlii to Nrael but not
. h abwe what she is doing for
>ther friendly states" such as
Tanganjrfca and the Cameroon-.
r it the main concrete result of
- new German-Israeli relation-
- .; has been to eliminate the for-
: \aiue. but nonetheless exist-
lih feelings" towards Israer
lewish people.
:--ael
w been i
:n now on. relations and
between the I
- be conducted ac-
to i
: -1
-.atc-
This doctrine has formed the
basis on which Germany con-
ducts Her relations with Israel.
It is only a new variation on an
old theme. Already, before the
exchange of the Eshkol-Erhard
letters, German officialdom
seems to have adopted this view.
This helps to explain the appoint-
ment of a former Wehrmacht
officer as Germany's first Am-
bassador to Israel. There was to
be no special consideration for
Israel's psychological and emo-
tional climate. "You wanted to
be a state like all other states,
well so now you are," German
officials seemed to b saying.
The reception accorded to Is-
: Ambassador A-her Ben Na-
deeply and sincerely moved. He
told the Israeli envoy: "This is
one of tne most important days
in my life."
- an ecor.o
mist, a dr> re.. the German
word, a cold calculat-
ing man more interested in Ger
manv's immediate needs
than istorie perspective.
During the recent electoral cam-
paign^he. aUo showed himself a
strong nationalist, accusing So-
ing been -away from Germany du-
nng the war"' Above all. Erhard
Is known a; "der gummy Kanze
lar."' a relatively weak and spine
man. easily influenced and al-
ways tending to go with the ma-
jority's views.
Considerable Influence
The only cabinet members be
lieved to have some sympathy for
1-rael are the Ministers for Eco-
nomic Affairs. Schmuecker; for in-
ternational Cooperation. Scheel;
While still at high school in 1930.
Schroeder felt which way the wind
was blowing He joined the ex-
treme rightist Deutschen Volk-
partei. of which he became school
president the following year. After
graduation he joined the Nazi
party but was forced to re-.
[940 Jot having married a quarter-
Jewish wife, the daughter of mil-
lionaire banker I.andsbers. D
the war. he served as an officer
in the Wehrmacht and took part in
the battle for Berlin.
In spite of his Naxi past,
Schroeder's anti-Israeli views are
Continued on Page 11 A
End of Chapter
ib and Cabinet
sti rs now believe that I lei
I as done her duty" and
become ju-t one of
th which the Fed-
Government has diplomatic
i Tin staid German offi-
in Bum: Foreign Mini-try.
served in Hitler's
[irml; that the esl
li-hment of diplomatic relations
the end of the- chapter, the
Vast."
One senior official told me: We
been force'! to break off our
' >matie relations with 13 Arab
states, some of which were highly
important to us both politically
and economically. We have irivol-
untarily bolstered the prestige and
influence of East Germany in the
Middle East and the non-commit-
ted countrie- and, altogether, we
have suffered a serious diplomatic
defeat. We have accepted this sac-
rifice because- Chancellor Erhard,
and most of the German people.
believed it to be our moral and
than upon his arrival at Cologne and for Agriculture. Hocherl. Out-
side the actual government, but
holding considerable influence
within ruling circles, are Bundes-
tag President Eugene Gersten-
maeier and the chairman of the
government CDU parliamentary
group. Rainer Barzel.
Barzel is a relatively young man.
at 44 the youngest CDU prominent
politician. He has an open mind
and many contacts abroad. When
the big crisis between Israel and
Germany broke out last February,
Barzel was in the United States.
where he reauzed at first hand the
influence which Israel can exert on
world public opinion and the sym-
pathies which it enjoys. He hur-
ried back to Bonn and was report-
edly the last man to confer with
Erhard before the famous Sunday-
March 7 session, during which Ger-
many decided to establish diplo-
matic relations with Israel Many
in Germany believe that Barzel
managed to convince Erhard at
th very last moment that Germany
would' suffer more b) refusing to
normalize her diplomatic relations
with Israel, than by turning down
the Arab threat-. Barzel is not
counted, however, as a "friend of
Israel:" observers he-re believe
that his attitude was prompted not
by sympathy for the Jewish Stale
but. "by a realistic analysis of the
world situation.
The only man believed to be a
sincere friend of Israel and the
Jewish people is Gerstenmehr.
A strict Protestant (he holds the
honorary title of Kirchenrat or
Church adviser', an ardent Bible
reader and former active anti-
Hitler resistance worker, he is
credited with embodying the con-
science of the CDU to the Jewish
people. However, though his mor-
al influence within the party is
great, his actual power as presi- *
dent of the Lower House is re- ;
strlcted.
The two main anti-Israeli per-'
sonalities hold key positions in the j
Government. They are Vice Chan-
celior Eric Mende and Foreign
Minister Gerhard Schroeder. Their
reasons for this opposition are as
different as the men themselves.
The result is. however, the same.
Airport, and his accreditation cer-
emony, were conducted in the .-ame
spirit. Not an ounce of human
warmth, not a symbol of historic
significance was added on either
occasion to the strict German pro-
tocol
Actual Sums
This attitude has prevailed. Ger-
many, as is her practice with the
newly independent African states,
still insists that all assistance
granted to Israel should go through
channels of her Ministry for Inter-
national Cooperation, which re-
serves for itself the right to over-
see and even overrule the deci-
sions of the recipient state. As to
the actual sum- and facilities
which Israel wants, these have not
e\en been broached yet by her able
ambassador in Bonn.
In other countries, when faced
by the dryness and the lack of
imagination of officialdom. Israel
usually addresses herself to the po-
litical leader>. to public opinion, to
the ruling parties. Germany, how-
ever, is unique among the nations
of the world in that not a single
ember of h< r government has ev-
er :: idi a single friendly gesture
to Israel or spoken out in her sup-
rt. The best that I-rael can hope
to find, are a few a very few
tn<-n who might be prepared to lis-
ten to what she has to -ay. These,
however, are a small minority,
though Chancellor Erhard is fore-
DiOSl among them.
The Federal Chancellor, who
has consolidated his political po-
sition following the recent leg-
islative elections, is generally
credited with feeling the "moral
debt" which Germany has to-
ward the Jewish people. When
th* former head of the Israeli
mission in Cologne, Amfeassadar
Felix Shinnar, called on him last
May with Prime Minister Esh-
kol's letter, Erhard appeared
Arrogant Look
Gerhard Schroeder is jokingly
referred to by his colleagues as
the only pure looking Aryan in
the Government." He is 56 years
old, 1kin_: far younger, and re-
markably handsome in the Saxon
way. His arroganl. haughty look
us to take .up on his own ac-
count Bismark's famous expres-
sion where I sit. is always above
Schroeder does not only have a
Cold, calculating look, he has al-
ways shown himself to be so in
practice.
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Isaac Stern, ihternationally-renowned violinist, Israel Supreme
Court Justice Moshe Landau, and U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Abe Fortas (left to right) collaborate in a trio. The three gave
an impromptu performance following a dinner in honor ot
Justice Landau held at the America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion's Culture House in New York. U.S. Justice Landau, chair-
man of the Foundation's Israel Advisory Board, came to New
York to participate in the dedication of the America-Israel
Culture House opened officially in February. Justice Fortas
was host at the dinner. Stern is president of the Foundation.
Keren Ami Council
Reorganizes Here
Iiitor-School Keren Ami Council
has been reconstituted under the
iiuection of the Bureau of Jewish
Education', it was
. iiiiouncod Wed-
icsday. The Ker
i n Ami Council
,-ts of dele-
cat) nf all Jew-
-h -clioffls who
n.it to discuss
in various Jew-
-h agencies that
. i k community
'
l he Council
took, as one
i.f it- first objectives.
Ii wish Appeal rally.
on Sunday. Feb. 20. at Beth
'orah Congregation.
el Neal Holler addressed
i ates.
cbools are now beginnin
.-, aign to raise S20.0I
.1 wish Ap|
e worl
thi l
I

lewish Ekiucation; .
i ies, und< r Loui
executive din i tot
Greetings wore extended l> LI
en Bukstei, of Temple Israel, tor:
rarj chairman of the Into.
School Keren Ami Council.
The delegates of the Council will
meet bi-monthly to evaluate the
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Friday, March 11 '.966
Aussie Jews Eye
Rise of Birch ites
Temporary executive committee of the Florida
Region of'the Yeshiva University Alumni As-
sociation meets at Waldman's Hotel: Seated
left to right' are Moses Grundwerg. co-chair-
man; Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, chairman; and Dr.
Matthew Zuckerman. co-chairman. Standing
(left to right) are Herbert Berger. Ira Steinmetz.
Dr. Joseph Singer, Samuel Waldman, Abra-
ham J. Gittelson.
Ask Reds to Treat Jews Equally
NE'.V YORK JTA1 Cultural Thus, hundreds of thousands of vealed in the documentary report
- ehts far Jews in the Soviet Union Polish citizens who took refuge on the Soviet Germans demon-
at least equal to those recently in the USSR during World War 11. strate what can be done."
anteed by official decree to as well a- others of Polish origin.
the German minority in Russia were permitted to return to Po
*as requested by the American land.
Jewish Conference on Soviet The Kalmyks and the Chechen-
Jewry. Ingush, for example, were repat-
The Conference, which repre-1 riated to their newly reestablished
wnts 24 national Jewish organiia-1 autonomous republics. And. as the
j->u_. .. ;.k tk^ report on the German minority
;,oiu m matters dealing witt the dcastraU,s the ^.^ c<,rm,n
r-^hu of Jews in the Soviet Lnion. minority was formally rehabil-
tjnultaneously released a docu- itated. and its educational, cultural
meoted report which details and communal institutions con-
aspects of the educational and cul- -.tinue to expand Soviet Jewry -
, .. ,-, though its loyalty during the war
tunl institutions currently avail- was neypr impugBcd remtias
able to the 1.660.000 Russians of'^ ?ole exception to the rule of
German nationality now living in restoring minority group rights
_ae Soviet Union. A decree on Ru's- and of enhancing and expanding
NEW YORK iJTAi The with the publication is Erii But*
John Birch Society has found a |r. national dfarector of : Aus-
j _j i. trolian League cf Rights,
vehicle for its propaganda and h- antiScmltl<. of lon_ sta;
terature in Australia to the con- ,(.,, author 0f anti-Semitit
corn of that country's 70.000 Jews, the -Protocols of the E |
Australian Jewish leader re- Zlon.'
ported here to the World Jewish Leibler reported that a
Congress Isi Leibler member of run by Butlei in Melbo
the Executive Council of Austin- center for the distributi ,| ,n.
. i ,u ti Semitic literature and -.1
Uan Jewry and chairman of the ^ f()r righ,.wmB fa.
Public Relations Committee of the. apartheid and (ormer |
Victoria Jewish Board of Deputies, (."ascisl elements.
met with WJC officials here dur________________
ing a brief stopover on his way
back to Australia.
"What we are concerned
about," Leibler reported, "is the
coalescence of extreme right-
wing and anti-Semitic groups in
Australia around a right-wing
journal which is disseminating
John Birch Society propaganda
and literature." He identified
the journal as the "Australian
National News Review" which
appears in magazine format in
Sidney. "It is sympathetic to the
John Birch line and is reported
to have a circulation of 17,000,"
Leibler said.
He stated that one of the per-
sons reportedly closely associated and Martin I Tauh
Symposium On
'Intermarriage'
On Wednesday. 8 i: the
fourth in the monthly syi imj
of adult education will be it
Temple Ner Tamid.
Under the heading. I- lew
Vanishing." spiritual lean >: the
temple. Rabbi Eugene /.
will speak on The Jew
icaWhat is the Answei
marriage?"
Chairmen of the adult
committee are Murray
\:ner-
r-
R
wans of German nationality living
.n thi< country was issued by the
Supreme Court Soviet on August
29. 1964. In making public the do-
cumented report, the Conference
said that the facts should be com-
pared to the cultural status of the
Jews in Russia.
"In the name of simple jus-
tice, the Jews in Russia should
be treated at least as well as the
Volga Germans, regarded as
enemies in World War II," Rab-
bi Israel Miller, chairman of the
conference, declare in an ap-
peal to the Soie* Gove-nment.
Ho phrased his lacta m th
very words adopte .jy he Sup-
rome Soviet in dealing with the
problems of Russians of German
ethnic background, making only
one cha:-je in the phraseology
of the decree the substitution
of the word "Jewish" for the
word "German" in the two
places it appears.
them."
Several token concessions
have been made in response to
the pressure of world opinion,
according to Rabbi Miller.
Among mem he listed the pub-
lication of a few Yiddish books
over the past seven years, the
appearance of a Yiddish literary
monthly, and many perform-
ances of Jewish folk songs and
dramatic skits. But these tokens.
Rabbi Miller emphasized, "do
not Legin to scratch the surface
of our basic demands," which
'e listed as fellows:

' Phoebe is a short-distance talker.
Likes to keep in close touch
with her friends.
The one across the street,.
the one next door,
' the one in the next block,
and the one three houses down.
Phoebe's one of our favorite customers.
Just loves her phone.
(What else that costs so little makes her world so big7)
Tne purpose of our document-
ed report." Rabbi Miller said. ";s
to raise a very simple questi n
If the Soviet Germans, widelj di-
:er-ed through Soviet republics,
are permitted schools in which to
each their children the German
language and literature, as well
:-> daily and weekly newspapers.
'"1. The restoration of Jewish
schools and of special courses and
classes in Yiddish. Hebrew and
Russian, so as to make it possible
lor Sov.et Jews to transmit their
heritage to their children.
2 Tits est;hment of m in-
stitutional center to provide for
religious need* of Soviet
ewi including a rabbinical sem-
inar) the publication ot religious
I oks, the production of religious
articles, the maintenan.? of con-
tact jnd conrnunicatiO'i among
and congregations inside the
'.'SSI. -nd between Soviet Jew,\
a-J Jewish communities abroad.
'3 The creation of unified cen-
\\tbooks, teachers institutes and tral institutions to supervise the
:he like why not also the Soviet enhancement and expansion of
Jew? who number 3.000.000"" Jewish educational and cultural
.. ., .. hfe through publishing houses.
Rabb, Miller stressed that the professlonal ^Sts. institutes for
:orthcoimng Congress of the Com- nstnrch and hlgher learnine. ,,.
*Humt_ Party of the Soviet Union, ,ura]-communal centers so as
rVW
-cheduled to convene on March 28.
will have an historic opportunity to ue .r
jndo the grievous wrongs commit-
ted against the Jewish people in
:he USSR. That Congress, he point-
ed out. comes just one decade af-
ter the famous 20th Congress held
-n February. 1956. which provided
a major turning-point in Soviet his-
tory by revealing many of Stalin's
crimes and promising a return to
decency in Soviet public life
One of the promises of that
Congress," Rabbi Miller noted.
to secure the continuity of Jewish
"4. From a humane point of
view: the reunion of families
that were shattered and dis-
persed durirvj the war and the
Naxi occupation. This would in-
volve premission for scores of
thousands of Soviet Jews to leave
wte USSR to reioin their rela-
tives m Israel, Hie United State*
and other countries.
"These are basic minimal de
was to rectify the wrongs done to. mauds," Rabbi Miller stated "to
.anoos nationalities. Some of i restore the right of the Soviet
taose premises were -carried out. Jews to live as. Jews. The fart* xe-
' 1?W
S) Southern Bel!


Friday, March 11. 1966
^Mnisf ffciraaUfor
Paqe 9 A
Bonn Views Anti-Semitism
Making plans for a Loyalty dinner oi the Hebrew Theological
College of Chicago on Mar. 22 at the Fontainebleau Hotel are
standing) Louis Eisenstein and seated (left to right) David and
Abe Eisenstein. The trio will be honored at the affair.
Theological College
Maps Dinner Here
Loyalty dinner of the Hebrew
it ological College of Chicago
-.11 be held Tuesday. Mar. 22. 6
I :n at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The optional black-tie function
-ill honor brothers. Abe Eisen-
rtein, 1557 Meridian Ave., and
avid Eisenstein. 1211 Meridian
Ave.. and their cousin, Louis Ei-
Miistein. 1227 Meridian Ave.
Greater Miami Committee of
the Hebrew Theological College
insists of 93 business, profes-
onal and spiritual leaders here.
Co-chairmen of the committee
ere Col. Jacob M. Arvey, of Miami
beach and Chicago, honorary
.nairman of the State of Israel
Sond program there and Demo-
ratic National Committeeman of
-Jinois; Harry Blum, of the King
. ole Apts., 900 Bay Dr., and chair-
r.an of the board of James B.
Bom Distilling Co., Chicago; and
Max Cohen, also of the King Cole
*pts., former chairman of the
roard of Mogen David Corp., Chic-
;po. and a director of the college.
General chairman of the dinner
1 Moses J. Grundwerg. of 4561
I rairie Ave.. former president of
'he Miami Beach Junior Chamber
Commerce, president of Beth Is-
sel Congregation, secretary of the
ta Hebrew High School of
'lami, and a director of
i .i' Academy.
Continued from Page 1-A .
of 92,000. There were 14 right-
wing groims he said, with a total
membership of st.700 members by
the end of 1964. The number of
groups, he reported, had dropped
to 11 in 1965. through mergers and
reorganizations, but the number of
members had gone up to 16.700.
Right-wir.-j youth groups, his
figures showed, diminished in
Strength from 700 members iit
17 organizations by the end of
1964 to 500 members in 10 or-
ganizations by 1965. However,
he stated, 50 other youth groups
not organized as political parties
had 11,964 members in 1964
against 1,600 in 1965. Lumping
together various right-wing
groups, youth organizations and
groups providing publishing
services, Mr. Lueker gave a fi-
gure of 22,500 at the end of 1964
as against 28,600 in 1965.
In the publications field. 45
right-wing organs had a total cir-
culation of 183.000 in 1964. going
up to a circulation of 227.000 in
1965. "The main cause for this in-
crease." he said, "was the rise in
the circulation of the Deutsche N
tional-und-Soldatenxeitung and the
Deutsche Nachrichten Zcitung."
The latter is the organ of the Na-
tional Democratic 1'arty. In adui-
tion. 61 foreign and 40 German an-
ti-Semitic periodicals were in cir-
culation in West Germany in 1965.
Of the 521 Nazi and anti-Semitic
incidents in 1966. the Minister of
the Interior said. 107 involved
threats and insults. 54 cases were
concerned with the spreading of
anti Semitic posters and leaflets
19 incidents involved damage to
Jewish cemeteries. A total of 201
offenders were apprehended, in-
cluding 58 childrn.
Lueker said: "The increases
were not serious. In many eases,
punishment was avoided by the
right-wing radicals, posing as per-
sons loyal to the Constitution. Hut
while the situation was not serious,
the positions of the right-wing radi-
cals has to be watched carefully.
The most sinister event was the
increase in the circulation of the
Deustche National und -Soldaten-
zcitung, which has succeeded in
attracting national interest and
constantly propagandizes against
victims of the war and against Is-
rael."
An official of a commission
of the Bundestag, the lower
house of the West German Par-
liament, said that the question
of whether the extremist pamph-
lets and newspapers could be
prosecuted wa now undwr
examination. H. Sctunitt-Vocken-
hausen, chairman of the Bunde-
stag Commission of tha- Interioi,
also said that he felt that the
extreme right-wing organiza-
tions ware not an "aeuto dan-
ger" to the constitutional order
of the federal republic He add-
ed he had found no evidence W
a general trend toward extrerr-
ism among refugees and expo-
lee organizations.
The Office for the Protection of
the Constitution in Cologne said
that nearly half of the reported ex-
tremists belong to the National
Democratic Party. Interior Minis-
ter Lueker said in his report that
the party attempts to adapt itself
i outwardly to changing political
i conditions of the postwar genera-
tion and now no longer was open-
ly promoting Nazi ideas.
Rabbi Plaut to
Speak at Israel
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. of Tor-
ito. will be guest speaker for
The Contemporary- Jew in Ameri-
" adult study scries at Temple
rael of Greater Miami on Sun-
ay at 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Plaut. who has written a
imber of books on Reform Juda
-in. as well as commentary' on the
00k of Job. will discuss "The Re-
Bious Life of the American Jew."
\ graduate of the Universities
I Heidelberg and Berlin, Rabbi
laut was ordained at the He-
rew Union College and served
ulpita in Chicago and St. Paul be
ic assuming his present post at
iolj Blossom in 1961. He received
he Bronze Star for service as a
chaplain in the U.S. Army during
Aorld War H.
Dr. Plaut has been among sup-
porters of greater Sabbath ob-
ervance for Reform Jewry and
t 'ved m a SDecial committee with
nabbj Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ne Israel, studying the problem
nr the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
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Paqe 10-A
vJenisti ncridiam
Friday, March 11, 1966
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky receives a Sefer Tor-
ah on behalf ol Congregation Beth Tfilah from
Mrs. Rachel Katz, whose family celebrated her
75th birthday by presenting the Torah to the
congregation recently. Left to right are Rev. Jo-
seph Krantz; Fred Wang, son-in-law of Mrs.
Dr. Edward Superstine, of Israel, receives a certificate of
honor from the South Florida Pharmaceutical Association.
Seated (left) is Jack Pulver. chairman of the arrangements
committee. Seated (right) is Maxwell Rosen, of the New York
office of the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Standing are Dr. Superstine (left) and Ben Saks, secretary-man-
ager of the association and master of ceremonies.
Katz; Rev. Jacob D. Katz, president of Beth
Tfilah; Mrs. Katz, honoree; Dr. Samuel Katz,
son of Mrs- Katz; Rabbi Rackovsky, spiritual
leader of Beth Tfilah; Louis Merwitzer, treas-
urer; and I. Isaacowitz, son-in-law of Mrs. Katz.
Fla. Pharmacists
In $75,000 Gift
To Hebrew Univ.
The Southeast Florida Pharma-
ceutical Association gave S75.OO0
for the enlargement of the re-
search department at the I'nar
macs College of the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem.
Dr. Edward Superstine. chief
pharmacist of Hadassah Medical
Center of Hebrew University and
a member of the staff of the School
of Pharmacy in Jerusalem, re-
ceived the gift from Ben Saks,
secretary manager of the South-
east Florida Pharmaceutical Asso-
ciation, at a recent meeting here.
Among guests were Joseph E.
Jacobson. honorary chairman ol
the local welcoming and arrange-
ments committee: Sam Goldman,
honorary co-chairman: Maxwell
Rosen, master of ceremonies. Jack
Pulver, general chairman of the
"Meet and Greet" committee;
local pharmacists, Jerry Stern,
.lark Davis, Di ve
Weiss Al Reinhardt, Harold Bay-
rt Silverman, and Rich-
Horn rary committeemen in
R Bi llinger, Narcotic
Besk n.
i : Assoi iation; Her
man Waller, National Association
Retail Druj ists I i
Oikle, Florida state Pha
cal Association; John Stadnik,
Florida Board of Pharmacy; Mor-
ris E. Greene, Federal Wholesal-
ers; and Marvin Goldman, Na-
tional Association of Wholesale
Druggists.
Soviet Denies
JWV's Waldor
Visa to Visit
Continued from Page 1-A
religious and cultural rights af-
forded other Soviet minorities."
Authorization was given by the
American Legion and the Veterans
of Foreign Wars to the JWV to
testify on their behalf before hear-
ings held last year by the House
Foreign Affairs Committee on Sov-
iet religious bias, Waldor declared.
Tin- JWV pointed out thai the
American veteran community,
including millions who served
with the military torces of Russia
against the common enemy in
World War II. are likely to feel
a sense of outrage at this insult to
a hero of that war." Commander
Waldor was an oft-decorated .S.
Air Force flier.
Waldor said: "1 did not realize
that the Soviet Union had altered
its tourist polities to the extent
of arrogantly intruding into do-
mestic American Affairs by pun
ishing an American for daring to
speak out in support of his P:ii
dent on Vietnam. If the Soviet ac-
tion is also related to the fact that
I am head of a national Jewish!
organization that has consistently
criticized some Soviet discrinina
lory practices, tnen I can only con
elude that we have underestimated
the extent of the Kremlin's anti-
Jewish bias."
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vJewlsti FkrHdMciin
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Slatvson Off to Germany
To Meet With Educators
Continued from Page 1.A
ginning to have ; considerable ef-
fect op the political and civic edu-
cation programs in West Germany.
iqt Irving Cypen (standing extreme right),
e; ent of the Jewish Home for the Aged.
i. -tulates officers and members of the
ytat Residents Council on their recent elec-
m Standing front row (left to right) are Mrs.
irah Cossik, former Council president for
k -ears, elected honorary president; Dr.
aa< Ever, of Aqudath Israel Institute, who
tribute to Max Mendelson, president.
Low. being congratulated by Judge .Cypen.
Seated first row (left to right) aze Gussie Ton-
igold, Minnie Berliner. Abe Schulman. Sophie
Rainbow. Second row are Anna Schwed, Ja-
cob Shapiro. Lena Ratiner, Ida Gordon. Emma
Neuhaus, Mary Rifkind. Third row are Henri-
etta Grossman, Louis Jacobs, Sarah Banks.
Standing rear are Nad'i Perchikoft, v;ce pres-
ident. Matilda Johnson, secretary. Norman
Lifshitz, treasurer.
srael Embassy in Germany
Continued from Page 6-A
pp, .itly not dictated by preju-
ice, but *re the result of cold
nalvsis in which just a tinge of
nti Semitism crop* up from
imp to time. Schroeder is the
ypical Prussiancold, method-
ical. calculating. He has great
sowers of persuasion, and his in-
li/ence on his Cabinet colleagues
s widely reputed.
Mis main competitor for the role
r Israel's best enemy in the Gov-
mment is the Vice Chancellor and
nd leader of the FDF (Liberal)
.iily, Eric Mende. He is the man
ho commented on the anti-Pauls
i rusalem demonstrations that
the) were the outcome of poison-
i- Communist Fascist methods."
'I Israeli opinions arc. con-
'.'" j to Schrceder's. not reasoned
itional. Though also a I'rus-
Vl< ndc is a hot-tempered lead-
' has managed to build a
it >t the grievances of small
mainly Volksdeutsche who
een expelled from their
Eastern Europe.
Luck and Duty
mer Wehrtnacht officer, he
> Is, like Ambassador Pauls,
the Ritterkreuze for bravery on the
Eastern front. He took part in the
invasion of Poland and had his
company practically decimated,
himself being seriously wounded.
Immediately after his recovery, he
rejoined his regiment on the Rus-
, sian front and headed a batallion.
, He claims: "As a politician I still
have the same slogan that I had as
a soldier the greatest luck which
a man can have is a chance to do
his duty." In spite of his apparent
blind nationalism. Mende has the
; reputation of being a cold, sly poli-
tician and an exceNent organizer.
His anti-Israeli feelings seem to go
back to his childhood days, when
his father was a known right-wing-
er and pro-Nazi. Mende's political
clientele, which consists of ultra-
nationalist elements, also seems to
prompt him into his anti Israeli
stand.
To this anti-Israeli group be-
long not only a'l o' Mende's
FDP party ministers in the co-
alition /jovernnitiir tut s jch
CDU members as Minister of De-
fense Kai Uwe von Has.el, Trans-
port Minister Seebolim, and
Health Minister D Elizabeth
Schw.n tzhaupt.
It is with such men that Israel
will have to conduct her forthcom-
ing negotiations. No wonder that
certain Israeli officials now mur-
mur the old Oriental saying: "It
is easy to get married the diffi-
culty is in living together."
The report to the Committee on
the German educator program,
prepared by Dr. Friedrich Mins-
sen. head of the Bureau ol Studies
o! the Sociology of Politics
cation of the Institute of Social
Research^ University of Frank-
fort, slated that the influence o:
the educators "ho had taken pan
in the study visits had resulted
m innovations ranging from the
introduction of closed circuit tele
vision for teacher training to a
vast reevaluation of the "content,
courses and standards of social
studies subjects in West German
high schools."
Cooperating with the Commit-
tee in the program are the Ford
Foundation, the Thyssen and
Volkswagen Foundations in Ger-
many, the Institute for Interna-
tional Education and the West
German Government.
Dr. Slawson applauded the ef-
forts of German leaders ''to reduce
extremism in Germany through
programs such as the stully visits
by German educatoi-s to the
United States." and eoujtneiified
the frankness" an.l "cofleVrn of
Minister Lucke's report? ofl ii
creased neo-Nazi activity. However,
he warned that the Minister s
statement "makes mandaio-y
real vigilance with respect to the
Iv.iii- ''"' lopmen? of extremism in Ger
i-any." He added:
"Men of good will everywhere
anticipated a concrete program of
counteractive measures put forth
bj th" West German Government
not only aimed at aborting this
i ofentlallv dangerous rise in neo-
Nazi activity, but of instituting
long-range preventive measures
against its recurrence. Only by in
-tilling democratic principles in
German youth with program-- such
as the U.S. educator project can
tiie vestiges of Ritlerism finally be
eliminated from Germany."
During his stay in Germany. Dr.
Slawson wJl confer with educa-
tors, civic leaders and Govern
ment officials in Berlin. Bonn and
Frankfort. He will also visit Aus-
tria to took into the upsurge in an-
ti-Semitic activity in that country
during the recent election camp-
aign.
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New Hadcissah Groups Formed
Mrs. Augusta Lipps, member- Lazarus. president: Shoshana
hip expansion organizer from na Group, Mrs. William Uarvin. presi-
headquarteri of Hadassah, dent: I.ylah Group, Mrs. Leonard
as been in the Miami area for, Rappaport. president.
'" past two months and has or- Membership vice president of
I the following three new Miami Chapter is Mrs. Philip Fine.
Shalom Group, Mrs. Hilda and president is Mrs. Max Swartz.
To the citizens of Florida for the opportunity to
tinue serving you as Commissioner of the Florida
"in ol Agriculture, the agency charged with
'ii "i ill" consuming public as well as growers
lucers, Dovlc Conner, Commissioner of Agri-
re
Uicers,
,. ,. Doyle Conner. Commissioner of Asrrieulttire
irohtic.i AdtcrtiMmcnt raid for by Colin English, C*mp> Tretejrtr.l
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Emil Meliel
Judy Holland
Norman Holland
Sadie Tresky
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H. R. Kooperman
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Walter Shwitzer
Jack Bernstein
Dorothy Rich
Janet Brooks
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Ruby Kenski
Rose de Lyra
Gloria Henry
H. Caster Nayler
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Louis Schaffer
Eleanor Howard
Elizabeth Melley
Sara Braunitein
Frank Braunstein
Mary Plumeri
Carmen Carwse
Ann Hughes
Alice Molly
Sam Newcemb
Bernard Edelstein
Sylvia Stein
Rena Stein
Lenora Stein
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Dorothy Burke
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"Jen 1st FIvridFfor
Friday. March 11, 1965
L.S. Eyes Israel Reactor1
Workmen's Circle Members for more than 50
years and officers of Workmen's Circle Branch
699 of Miami are first row seated (left to right)
Ben Swire, vice chairman, Anna Goon, Bessie
Siegel. Paula Witofsky. Beckie Fine. Joseph
Radlow. financial secretary, Max Gleiberman.
chairman. Second row are Sam Wiener, treas-
urer, Nathan Goon, Jacob Siegel, Morris Hur-
wich, Sam Resnick, A. Friend, Hyman Margo-
lin. Third row are Joseph Weinstein, Israel
Gilman, Isidore Rudo, Max Kleinot, recording
secretary. Abraham Miller, Moms Sefres. and
Simon Snyder.
Workmen's Circle Branch Marks 20th Anniversary
Continued from Page 1-A
fully opon to international in-
spection.
Foreign Ministry sources here
have consistently disclaimed
knowledge of such a purported
L.S. condition for aid to tiie pro-,
jt'i't The l'nited States has MMight'
for several years, through the In-
ternational Atomic Energy Agen-
cy in Vienna, to persuade Israel
to allow inspection of its nuclear
facilities, particularly th iaiger
one at Dimona.
Sen. Robert F Kennedy, on a
CRS-TV special program. -Town
Mi,-ting of the World, singled out
Israel and Egypt, along with In-
dia and Pakistan. a> countries
which musl In- prevented from ob-
taining nuclear weapons He said
this was a most urgent problem
facing the world, citing regional
disputes and specifically mention-
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organization marked its (%h ,hibi-
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fraternal bodies in the I'ni'ed
States.
Founded 65 years ago. Work-
men's Circle now has more than
22.000 members in its 100 English-
speaking branches throughout the
country.
"In Greater Miami, there are
three Yiddish-speaking branches
and three English speaking
branches," officials of the local
Workmen's .Circle noted Wednes-
day.
Members of Branch 699 who
have been with the branch
throughout its entire 20-year his
tory also include those who trans-
ferred from other branches else-
where in the U.S. on their arrival
in Miami.
Archaeologist Ben-Dor to be Lecturer
Branch 699 recently honored
members who have been affiliated
with the national organization fur
more than a half a century, includ-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Siegal. of
1960 SW 17th Ct.
Among those attending the cele-
bration were Mr. and Mrs Nathan
Goon. Mrs. Paula Witofsky. Mis
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Resnick. Hyman Margolin. Joseph
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Immanuel Ben-Dor. will be guest
lecturer Sunday night at the Social
Hall of Temple Menorah. 620 75th
St, Miami Beach.
Prof Ben-Dor, who teaches bibi-
cal archaeology at Emory Univer-
sity in Atlanta, was one of the first
historians to investigate the auth-
enticity of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Ben-Dor has been commissioned
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with such eminent scholars as Wil-
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University.
Some of his own accomplish-
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Ben-Dor was deputy director of
antiquities of Israel until 1954.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
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There will be a question and ans-
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Temple Beth Sholom.
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the general heading. "The Five
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College in Hempstead, N. Y., and
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>Mnit Fkricflmr
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Day School 'Encroachment* Flayed
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,: cms aie being made for the Book and Art Fair to be
i at the North County YM and WHA on Mar. 27. One sec-
:-.e Fair will be devoted to an exhibit ol children's art
|e:finentary schools in the North Dade area. Another sec-
will feature material for sale made by the mothers of
in the Early Childhood Development Program at the
v County "Y-" Shown (left to right) are program chair-
, Mrs. Rena Richman, Mrs. Helen Decker, Mrs. Freda
t ::id Mrs. Yvonne Harrison.
|muel Pascoe, New BB Prexy, and Slate
be Installed by Talianoff Wednesday
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai
lh w ill begin its 21st year with
installation of new officers and
Itit n at the Algiers Hotel on,
|ne.-day at 8 p.m.
ew president, Samuel Pascoe. |
[be installed by George J. Tal-j
if. who will also act as master
rties. Main speaker will1
Councilman Paul Seiderman. a
Inber of the regional board and
of |he Anti-Defamation;
Past president. Gershon'
will lead in the pledge of
to the flag.
'. who succeeds Joseph L. I
n is ;i graduate of the L'ni-
>: Michigan and was en-
special studies at the:
ni l ha ago, where he
Master's decree. Dur-
: War II. Passcoe was on
i the National Jewish
v ,S o m an admin-1
a< :l>
long the Korean w.
-i-ni cm a special mis-
i National Jewish Wei-
\i;i > program ne< as
ipplies lor Jew :.- ii
tters to be installed are
t. Jack August; vice
o Kutstein, Malcolm
M Itqn K ;i h n, Edward
financial secretary.
lei Weiner; treasurer. Irving
recording secretary,
}U Ka ], corresponding sec-1
Goldman; monitor.
Goodman; assistant
is Kravitz; guardian,
:er: assistant guard
Bl" I ine; warden. Adolph
warden, Ben Mos-
I; luncheon chairman. Ger-
-s Millei historian, Dr. Abra-
the coming year
** M I nk. Jack S. Popick.
) Rogi William Bornstein,
" Sossin. Paul Seiderman.
Agranove, Irving Schat/-
H"y J Knight, Harry Sher-
man. Bernard Silver. Gerald Sch-
wartz. Abraham A. firunhut.
Talianotf. in>talling officer, is a
past president of the lodge and a
trustee and member of regional
board of directors of the Anti-Def-
amation League.
Arrangement committee of
Joseph L. Goodman. Irving Schalz
man. Jacob H. Kahn. Samuel
Weiner have prepared entertain
ment for the meeting.
Jacobson Will
Be Honored Here
Gus Jacobson. one of the orig-
inal founders of the Phoenix Re-
habilitation flub of the Mental
Health Association, will be hon-
ored at a dinner Wednesday, Mar.
16.
At the dinner, being held in the
auditorium of Goodwill Industries.
200 South Miami Ave Jacobson
i honored by testimony of
R Edward T. Graham, Sen. Bar-
P lain, and John B. Orr Jr.. and
ctiicrs.
r < . which assists recov-
ering mental patients to social and
inh adjustment lias served mere
than soft members dining the past
seven years,
Co-chairman for the event air
Mrs. Laura G. Goldstein and Mrs.
Allan F. Millcdge, Forney B. Staf
ford president of the local Mental
Health Association, will be mas
ter of ceremonies.
Adult Series Ends
At Beth David
Beth David Congregation con-
cluded its second semester series
of evening sessions of adult educa
tion classes and forums on Tues-
day.
Film shown was "The Warsaw
Ghetto.'" Rabbi Sol Landau, spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
led the discussion.
Jewish Family and Children's Service
of Miami
Mafltl
Aimiher Evening With Max Lerner
Distinguished Author, Teacher, lecturer
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ALBANY. N V. (JTA) The
American Jewish Congress i li I
on Gov Nelson A, Rockefeller
v -1 h to : fend public i
In New York State against the ris-
sing clamor of voices demanding
more money and more services for
private and parochial schools."
Murray A. Gordon, chairman of
the organisation's New York Me-
tro|K)litan Council, made the call
at a luncheon attended by Gov.
Rockefeller, ranking state oitii ia1'
and 200 Congress members en
their annal legislative day in Al-
bany. He also nroposed strengthen-
ing the State Law Against Discrimi-
nation by imposing fines of up to
55CO for individuals and S5.000 lor
companies found guilty of "gross
or wanton discrimination."
Gordon charqed that the legis-
lature had become the "battle-
ground for a massive attack
against the principle of separa-
tion of church and state in New
York education." He said series
of bills had been introduced
"whose effect if not purpose
would be to ro^ public education
of sc rely-needed funds and fac-
ilities in ordnr to tenefit private
and church-related schools
throughout the state."
Gordon called tor repeal of an
Act passed at the last session,
which provides for lemliug public-
ly-owned textbooks to rroY. public!
school pupils in grades 7 through J
12. and urged defeat-ef four new i
bills to aid private and parochial
schools.
The Agudah Israel of America, |
an Orthodox onfafiiJTation. issued
a statement charging the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress with "tamp-
ering with the physical and men-
tal health of religious schooi stu-
dent-" because of the demands
voiced in Albany by the A.IC del-
i gation.
Meanwhile, delegates to the 18th
annual convention of Torah Ume-
sorah's National Associ >ion of
Hebrew Day School PTA's in Mon-
treal called on local communities
with complete Hebrew day schools
to begin planning for Hebrew high
schools for graduating students of
daj s( hi ols.
Tha delegates;.-net4. the
flrowth of the day school move
.ment which now has 359 schools
of which 36 art located In Cana-
da. The delegates expressed "dis-
may" at actions of some Jewish
organizations using "community
funds" to fight all government
efforts to provide welfare and re-
lated services, such as bus trans-
port, to children attending non-
public schools.
The delegates urged an intensi-
fication of Jrvish studies in the
day schools aa v.ell as excellence
in general studies. Torah Umesorah
was approved recently by Wash-
ington as a sponsoring agency for
a federal grant of more than $200 -
000 to administer Head Start proj-
ects in New Yurk City.
The Head Start project, a pre-
school education program, will he
rim in conjunction with eight He-
brew Day Schools which are lo-
cated in poverty areas.
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I You are cordially invited
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MICHAEL FORTE
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in oil causes helped advance and enrich the welfare
and progress of the people of Miami Beach
Mr. Forte, one of the newer members of our commu-
nity owner of Forte Towers, active in the affairs
of the Jewish Convalescent Home member of the
Board of Trustees of Syosset Hospital, will be the
recipient of the third annual "Man of the Yeor
Award" at this outstanding event.
Michael Forte
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HONORARY CHAIRMEN
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fJenist) flcridliar
Friday, March 11, 1966
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Drive Toward Peace is a Wonderful Thing
THE ESTABLISHMENT of the
Truman Peace project on the
campus of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem is certainly very fit-
ting. The Hebrew prophets from
Jerusalem centuries ago voiced
the great hope of peace between
the nations. They looked forward
to the time when "'the nations
would no more learn the art of .
war when the lion would lie down with the
lamb when the swords would be turned to plough-
shares."
These were their words almost three-thousand
years ago. and no one has since given the idea of
peace better expression.
But if Isaiah and Amos, who proclaimed these
thoughts, were to return to earth, they would find
that the swords have not been turned to ploughshares
hut to missiles and atomic bombs. They would find
the biggest of all industries is the arms industry.
The United States alone is spending half of Its
government budget, fifty billions annually, lor this
business of death and destruction. Imagine an in-
dividual spending half of his income on pistols and
guns. What would we think of him?
I was interested in the fact that the story about
the Truman peace project appeared in the papers on
Ben Franklin's birthday. I seem to like all Bens. I
like Ben Franklin and Ben-Gurion. Ben franklin is of
course older. On January 18. he was 260 years old
He was a very smart fellow. He became colonial
f Write as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
The Economic Crisis is Averted
T.i
HAIFA The government and people
of Israel are today engaged in en
acting a thrilling, real-life drama on
whose outcome may depend the stability
and the future of the entire country. At
the moment, the results are stiU in doubt.
The drama is an economic one. but
it has taken a turn quite unlike anything
that has ever happened in any other
country in the world.
The plot began to build up during the past year as
one group of employees after another pressed and pushed
for salary increases. Under the stress of election time, all
restraints loosened. A barrage of strikes which paralyzed
various segments of the national economy finished the job.
and a wave of wage boosts engulfed the country, most of
them retroactive a year or more.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SCGAl
Human Rights
*AT GENOCIDE Compact! Af
ghanistan believes in it. So does
Great Britain. Denmark. Mexico,
Israel. Korea, the United Arab Re-
public. Vict-Nam. and the USSR.
Nearly 70 nations have placed sig-
natures of their highest diplomats
on the papers of ratification.
But not the United States.
In the heyday of fear and sus-
picion in this country. Sen. John W. Bricker was able
to convince the august Senate of the United States
that we would be yielding a part of our sovereignty
if we subscribed to the Genocide Treaty. And not
until we burst out of the shackles of the Bricker
Amendment will we be able to face world opinion
and say that at last we understand the nature of the
mass murder of nationals and are ready to join the
roster of those with the wisdom and courage to stand
up against such outrage.
The year 1968. is to be known as Human Rights
year. The Economic and Social Council of the United
Nations has urged that by that year, all member
states ratify the principal conventions in the field
ol human rights. These compacts deal with slavery,
forced labor, discrimination in respect to employ-
ment and occupation, equal work rights and equal
political rights for women, discrimination in educa-
tion, and most important of all the prevention
and punishment of the crime of Genocide.
Put another way. mankind, having for centuries
recognized the necessity to outlaw homicide ithe
murder of a single personi, now moves on to ac-
knowledge the necessity to outlaw Genocide (the
murder of a whole people.)
The United States signed the Genocide Conven-
tion in 1948. The following year. President Truman
sent that document to the Senate, as the Constitu-
tion requires, and for nearly 17 years, the Senate has
failed to act upon the positive recommendation for
ratification submitted by one of its subcommittees.
Our Senate ha- failed to act even though Gen-
eral George C Marshall, while Secretary of State.
aded for enactment, declaring: "Governments
which systematical!} disregard the rights of their
d people are i : to ri spec! the right* of
merit- and other people and are likely
to seek their objectives bj coercion and force in the
inti [-national Held "
Youi Senator ve i thi answer It I
ii or Clark i Hart or MacNa-
mara ol Mi< I 3a\ it- or Vork
or i Dels ire or
Tydir a of Maryland or Kennedy ol Massachusetts
Morse ol Oregon, you have no probli m
But n he i <>t Ohio or ill of
achusetts or Ifundt of South Dakota or S
i rs <>t Florida or one ol a dozen othi r Si nators who
<'., i ee of lead-
i cship to the fight for human dignity, then your work
,.- cut out for you.
And 1968 is not far a
The spiral quickened with dizzying pace. Prices had
to go up. Faced with increased costs, the Government too
had to raise taxes. The cost of living soared, and since all
salaries and wages in Israel are linked to the cost of living
index, this meant still another round of automatic in-
crease in wages. The chain reaction continued. In Decem-
ber and January, Israel seemed to be headed for econom-
ic catastrophe.
The need to pay the retroactive increases intensified
the crisis. The country's universities, already deeply in
debt, were unable to make the back payments which had
been promised, and the Government refused to come to
their aid. though it had been the Government whoch had
had given its blessing to the retroactive increase*. At the
time, it had been an easy way to postpone crisis. The edu-
cational institutions were on the verge of shutting down.
The economy revolved in an ever-quickening vortex.
Civil servant salaries went up by up to 25 percent. Cities
announced boosts in municipal taxes of 50 percent. The
new port of Ashdod was paralyzed by a strike at the
height of the citrus-shipping season. Every professional,
labor, clerical and employee group clamored for its share.
The stock market continued to plunge. Economic ruin
seemed in the offing. And when things were blackest, a
tiny ray of light shone through.
A Haifa architect. Mr. S. Rosoff. published in the press
an agonizing appeal for reason. The academic staffs of
the universities, he wrote, should take the initiative in
stopping the economic landslide. 'If a fire begins in a
crowded cinema, a few cool headed, reasonable men can
stop the spread of fatal panic if they refuse to join the
pushing, terrified crowd and. instead, direct their efforts
to fighting the fire." He called on the professional workers
of Israel to play that role in the impending debacle.
The appeal did not tall on deal c; rs. The professors and
lecturer* of the Hebrew University, after due deliberation,
announced that they would waive their claims for a part of
the retroactive salary increments due them if the
Government would simultaneously take decisive and
firm action to halt inflation. Would others follow their ex-
ample''
The faculties of the Technion and the Weizmann In-
stitute at once announced they would do likewise. Who
would be next?
The National Journalists' Association, civil servant
groups, art school teachers, the policemen of the country-,
the seamen's union, the paper mill employees joined the
parade. It soon became a fervent, cheering, patriotic march.
Industrial unions became part of the triumphal surge. As
of this moment the employees of the nation are still lining
up to proclaim their willingness to renounce and forego
various increases and increments due them. The sums in-
volved run into tens of millions of pounds. But all offers
were contingent on a matching offer from the Govern-
ment.
At this point, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol took to the
air. and in an intimate talk to the people, reminiscent of
Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous fireside chats, announced
that the Government would lop a hundred million pounds
off its recently announced tax boosts.
A new spirit is rampant in Israel.
postmaster so he didn't have to subscribe to the mag
azines in order to read them. He could read them in
the postoffice.
He started a magazine himself, too the Sat-
urday Evening Post. He invented many things the
bifocal lens, the harmonica and the Franklin stove
I also liked him as a boy because of that story
about his flying a kite. Every boy likes to fly a kite,
but Ben Franklin flew a kite when he was grown
up. and I suppose many people looked out of the
window and said, "Look, Ben Franklin ought to be
ashamed of himself. When will he grow up?"
But of course we know that Ben Franklin was
flying the kite to make his experiments in electricity.
I remember reading in his autobiography how,
as a young printer in Philadelphia, he tried to get a
city printing job, but one of the councilmen dKin't
like him and blocked his appointment. What did lien
do? Did he declare war on the councilman? Dia he
shoot the mean councilman? Did he yell?
You would be surprised what he did. He wrote
him a letter asking for the loan of a certain book
which he heard the councilman had. He sai-i he
would like to read it.
Aiter that, the councilman became a god I
friend.
The story made a great impression on inc.
Here's a wonderful idea for peace. I thought. Why
fight? Just ask them to lend a book. I thought m .ybe
I could win the Nobel Peace Prize by ocgaabiag a
Lend-a-Book Society for international peace.
But Ben Franklin also had another idea ajout
peace.
He once said: "There is no such thing as a {MM
war or a bad peace.''
That, it seems to me, is the heart of the matter.
Between You and hie: By BORIS SM0Ur|
New Dialogues
HE TREND towards devetB
' ment of public dialogues
Jtween mothers and daughters ad
I themes concerning Jewish life jj
this country is receiving more and
[more attention in the con I
I ties. The purpose ol such dialog
I is to bridge the gap that may -xisj
between the older and the youagej
__I generation of Jewish women 'l
their understanding of their Jewish responsibittttaij
It all started with a dialogue between a nuthej
and her daughter-in-law presented by the CouncUal
Jewish Federations and welfare funds at its Gi j
assembly in Montreal last November It tun ^
to be one of the most outstanding presentation!ill
the Assembly The mother was Mrs. Jacob BIi
Wife of the noted American Jewish leadel who %
known on her own accord as an active lei |
communal affairs. The daughter-in-law was in
Morton K. Blaustcin. also no stranger to Jewisnco
munal service ,.,
The warmth and the intimacy in \< Inch ui
two women presented the look of two genetraooj
on the past, present and future of the Jewish fed-
eration captivated the audience Their d^oguer
fleeted the changes in all phases of Jewish comnw
al activities and the efforts to meet the ne* **
tions faced by the Jewish community in our cor.te
porarv society.
Are Jewish Federations changing fast eno
Are thev adapting themselves to today s n<** .
their staffs relatively young, flexible and -ensiwe
the new problems that now dominate MW'
These were some of the questions in tnc '
er and daughter-in-law dialogue which is n
emulated from public platforms in a number M w
munition by mothers and their daughters senu
volunteers in communal institutions
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Destructive Trade Practices in Israel
Washington
ISRAEL HAS BEEN charged by the
i i States Department ol Com
ith 64 counts ol restrictive I
. : all Jl Arab countries" in a
rt on the implementation of anti
boy< lations covi ring the la--
Con
tar
' ere
irtment ich op
trictive trad
India an I a Lhe
Ul the reports of resi the
i) India and I ealt v ith si pi
quin to avoid detentioi scation ol cargo in
ile ports.
A lotal of-628 resti which *rab countries sough)
to impose on American trade with Israel were reported
rcenl involved shipping restrictions Most ol
the er pertained to certificates
gin of goods
Commerce Department said tl
has been in effeel toi i
pact i i l trade or on the atl
' be i..... i rhe numb.
to restrictions other ma
may involve the secunl
usuall) :,.u'-;'1. "!''

count i -. has b i e n
cleai judgment as
ulj ti in on US <
impo trictive trade practici
counti
stressed that in keei
on made clear thai Portj;
and .., i ri fuse to comply
. ii ._.._!, Kit i>
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ith -i"'1' I
,. no1 legally prohibited""
noted that reports by exportfrso> ^ .. ,
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fJewiiti Flvridliickn
Page 15-A
IS. Desalination Delayed
grjKGTOX UTA) The
States Government has no
't plan.- for negotiations with
on the economic feasibility
Deration on a nuclear power-
ting plan' tor Israel and it is
,>n. premature to discuss
Ions under which American
inCe might be rendered.
Department spokesman Rob
cCloske) said today,
thoritn.- in the field of atomic
v gaid that the delay of the
| s tos m entering negotia-
m finai cing arose from poli-
considei ti ins, linked with the
Di this country to ascertain
ration assurances
ng
fj( i State Dcpartm-nt
,., meanwhile, that
gotiations with is-
on nuclear desalination
and i'- commenced would
i President Johnson's
statement of January 27 that the
'nited States must continue to se-
cure application of international
atomic energy safeguards ovei'
peaceful nucicai activities and
urne agreement that all Iranslcrs
if nuclear materials or equipment;
for peaceful purposes to countries'
which do not ha\e nuclear wea-
pons be under the International
Atomic Energy Agency or equival-
ent international safeguards.
The Stale Department an-
nounced today that the final re-
port of the U.S.-lsrael Joint
Board's engineering feasibility
and economic study has been re-
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!*i Here
eeived. The report was com-
pleted some time ago. It was
performed by Kaiser Engineers
of Oakland, Calif, in association
with the Catalytic Construction ;
Co., of Philadelphia. The study
ws sponsored by the Govern- !
ments of Israel and the United
States, the latter represented by \
the Atomic Energy Commission
and the office of saline water of
the Department of the Interior.
, Th" joint board recommended
that the final report be accepted,
and submitted the study to the two!
governments. Details of the report
were previously published. Mr. Mc
Closkey said today that the report
is yet to be analysed by the United
States Government and that n*
plain have been made for negotia-
tion-, on nuclear economic feasib-
ility.
The technical study envisaged (
as feasible a nuclear-powered'
plant of 200 megawatts of electric- |
ity and 100 million gallons of water;
per day. to be operational by 1972.
An assumption was made of early j
initiation of design. The%tudy, us-
ing 1965 prices, estimated the
plant's capital costs^et about S200.-
0C0.000. Assuming a power credit
of 5.3 mils per KWH. the result inu
water costs would range from 29
cents to 07 cents per thousand gal-
lons for fixed charge rates of 5
percent and 10 percent respect
ively.
Goldberg Terse
On Arms IsVtie
Continued fr*m PigV3-A
to the Middle East had created an
imbalance and. because-of this, the
United States had decided to make
the tanks available to1 Israel. He
added: "We regret this very much
because the countries concerned
could well use their resources to
much better purpose."
He said that the United States-
was ready to enter into an agree
ment with any country' to stop
arms supplies to the Middle Fast
but that, as yet, this has proved im-
possible
Council ol the
, Vmerica has
e on youth to
l p.m., at Tem-
pi' will he Paul
it national di-
ll enl "i Youth
.' he United Synago
Hie ence will be de
,'.: sis of recent d
|> outh activities in
movement, with
. in paid tn pie-
youth in -
. [i oi |aniza-
' ad defining the role
: lit tee member
discuss recent
"is in yi ml activity.
|Leadrs from 15 congrega-
ns m South Florida have been
kited to attend. In the evening,
I* P.m.. at Beth Toreh Con.ire-
F'On. Freedman will meet with
HO to discuss new patterns
pert t,g wjtn respect to young
* ges 18 to 24. A large at-
nce of AT ID members will
present to discuss the Na-
il ATID encampment, spe-
Wv 4 study weekend, end
rtgional ATID encampment.
s'man joined the staff of the
Synagogue of America in j
"her, 1900. when he returned
Israel to assume his present i
lie in Israel, studying at He-'
Diversity, Freedman also
as national administrator,
np mental health rehabilita-
[team ol the Ministry of
there He has also studied'
Bndeis Umversity and at New
[University, where he is cur-
pursuir., a course of gradu-
ates in u,e Department of
** leading to a doctorate in
lion.
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en's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal are
iped by (left to right) Mrs- Robert Shapiro, vice president
ivision; Mrs. Daniel Franco, parliamentarian; and Mrs.
rd Brickman, past president. The black-tie optional event
;s scheduled for the Westview Countiy Club, with cocktails at
m. Saturday, preceding dinner at 8:30. Mrs. Daniel Neal
r and Mrs. Richard E. Litt are co-chairmen of the Spring
end Mrs. Howard ]. Trinz is president of the Young
Women's Division.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, March 11, 1966
Section 3
Spring Ball at Westview Saturday
r-i
Annual social highlight of the
Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal will be
the eagerlj awaited Spring Ball at
Westview Country club on Satur-
day night. Cocktails at 7:30 p.m.
will precede dinner at 8:30. ac-
cording to Mrs. Daniel Neal Hel-
ler and Mrs. Richard E. Litt, co-
chairmen of the ball.
Mrs. Howard J. Trinz, president
of the Young Women's Division,
noted that the affair is black-tie
optional, but most of the record
number of couples attending ap-
parently will combine the informal-
ity of the hall with formal dress,
she predicted
Mrs Heller and Mrs Litt noted
that a !>T>il minimum donation to
the CJA through the Young Wom-
en's Division is the only prereq-
uisite for attendance.
Members of the ball committee
include the Mesdames Seymour Al-
terman, Norman Arkin. Stanley
Arkin Howard Ayarev William
Baros, Jr. Adolph Berger, Samuel
Berkowitz, William Hinder. Panic
Blasberg, Philip Kloom. Edward
Blum. Lawrence Brant. Richard
Brickman. Stephen (arner. Edward
Eisenberg, Morton Pellman, Martin
Fine. Ronald Fine Richard Fink.
Daniel Franco. Melvyn I-'rumkes.
Also, Harold C.affin,' Stanley
Gilbert, Finest Halpryn, Marshall
Harris. Jack Hartley. Howard Katz
en. Murray Korctsky. Michael Kra-
mer. Lynn Krinzman, Morris Lev.
itt. Sam Luby. Jr., Robert Magoon.
Albert Morrison. Jr., Norton Pal-
lot, Leonard Parker. Charles Ro-
senberg. Ira Rothfield. Arthur Ru-
dolph. Marshall Ruff.
Also, Howard Scharlin, Sylvan
Schotz, Gerald Schwartz, John S<
bin. Jr.. Robert Shapiro. J. Allen
Siegel. Louis Silberman. Benedict
Sllverman, Myron Singer, Harry
Smith. Martin stein. Richard Stone,
Robert Sussman. Gilbert Tendler.
Robert Traurig, Harold Unger, Al-
bert Weintraub, Henry Weiss and
Fredric Wise.
Ciub Supper
Rhode Island Club of Greater
Miami will have a regular month*
Ij meeting and buffet supper or.
Sunday. 7 p.m., at Washington P.-
eraL 1234 Washington Ave., for
paid-up members.


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:,-setting figures for annual "Headliners Tea" of CIA
:. -:, Division are discussed at Mrs. Irving Cypen's home,
:;ie event, by (left to rightl Mrs. Frances Entine, mem-
: the Benefactors group, Mrs. Louis Barton. Dt. living
Lehrman. speaker and campaign cabinet chairman for the
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Cypen and Mrs. Herbert
S. Shapiro.
n
mer K a role Karlan, fre-
visitor to this area, who at-
Beach High and the I ni-
ol Miami, is Mrs Ronald
n as ol Feb. 28 In
K a role will also affix an
r< e from Columbia I' to
\< wlj weds 'II live
York City.
mous composer "' I
and other well know n
, -. tlai a-Zui .
ilargarel Butterly, so
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Butlerl who has
1 extensively through
lie West will I
;ii the piano by Nita
i thai pretty Yvette
M i c k j i Krauss is among
ni the conl -1
en "i
': H -nil being sponsoied b>
i'ach High PTA Win-
annoum d al a Mon-
i he "i being held at the
blcau
' their Golden We I
rs irj Mr. and
ih were feted on Feb 28
j in No M ia in i
ed, brants prolonged
less of the occasion by
;' trip to San Juan. P.R.,
' -hej were joined by their
!- -t :- < ti. son Julian Barish. a
N"V1 York psychiatrist, and his
"e and daughter, .1 une, with
Bu>*and Gerard Silverman, also
J
by ISABEL GRCVE
of New York Each COUple has
two children The Barishes.
who live al 1975 NE 169th St.,
are originally from Sault Saint
Marie. Mich. They are mem
hers of Temple Israel, and Mr.
Barish is a 32nd degree Mason
and a Shi mer
A 40th anniversarj celebra-
tion in honoi ol Gussie and In
I .-., man will star', with 6:30
p ip cktails at the Deauville
Ho! i i n Satur la) Dinni r
,,ii guests will
.,, ihi show starring Caterina
md Myron Cohen
V] ai Mi ; luels. who
at. planning the fc tivitii -. ex
pi. OVI
Leis trely dri\ e southw ai d has
brought r.......I Morris Fi n
berj ol Bronxville, N v.. here for
si ieral weeks ol vacation with
and his Ela..... al
South Dade home Later this
month, the senior Feinbei gs ill
p eta tors as Joe par
le m the National Cham
pionship of Colt Club Champions
..inn ii:. : nn : Mar. 28,
at the Breakers in Palm Beach
. This makes the 15th sti
year Joe's been invited to play
since winning the l!">2 champi-
onship at Bernon Hills Country
Club in Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Joining tones for an elaborate
and merry brunch on Sunday at
the Diplomat Country Club Mr
and Mrs Jerome Sugarman and
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1.1966
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Gesbmaksttt?
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and quicker than ever to pre-
pare, ever/time' Ric
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men ".'.:= Larry Hoffman and Mrs Philip Bloom of Greater
oi who were delegafa the N .z. Council of let
Women's Washington Institute on Public Affairs Feb. 2"
through Mat I The Gre< ter was cart of the
-- than 20C Cc in women from all over the country who
visited Washinaton tc liecusa pending legislation affecting
. welfare. Theme of the i volunteer cooperc-
.--. new Greet Society programs.
Musical Program
For Opera Meet
k-mOU?k Pa,rone?"i 'he Oper,
held their monthh meetine
Weataevfcs* at the home of\il"
Vinril C Moore Mrs
Program featured I >:Ceano Mar
ral. tenor, accompanied bv Mr
James Dezell and soprano S
Trelta mtroduced b> Mr, W
Menninger 8t
Mrs Trafte offered several fr
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from- Ii Trovatore. eX( Otr
'-..,id oresentp.t.on schedutatlfcJ
Mar 21 and 26 at I <
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We ought to
fire that
photographer!
We always show the Heinz Vegetarian Beans can from the
front- with the official seal of endorsement of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
clearly visible In the lower right hand corner of the
label! Directly at the side of the keystone1 And now along
comes this artistic genius who leaves the out of
the picture He says that everybody knows that Heinz
Vegetarian Beans are strictly vegetarian and strictly
kosher 'Why gild the lily7" he says We'll tell you why, Mr.
Genius' Because, if you do the same thing again, you'll
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BBW Workshops, Meetings Planned During March
What do these women have in common? They have all been
presidents of Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mrs. Joseph Bulbin and
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, past presidents, go over final plans
with Mrs. Morris Greene, current president, for Temple Israel
Sisterhood's "Keynote Donor" luncheon next Wednesday noon
at the Deauville Hotel. Highlighting the afternoon will be en-
tertainment by Myron Cohen and Caterina Valente. Proceeds
will help underwrite and promote work of the Braille Group
ct Temple Israel, purchase material for the Sewing Workshop,
which makes garments for students at Youth Hall, contribute
to the Southeast Federation of Temple Youth Camp, and assist
the Temple's building fund and Friday evening receptions. Mrs.
Morris Lansburgh is chairman. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Bul-
bin and Mrs. Arnold Rubin.
Blintzes?
Mrs. Talianoff
Gets Results
In Cancer Drive
Annie Frank Chapter of B'nai
E'rith Women's Council of Miami
monthly meeting on Tuesday noon
will be conducted by Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, with cards slated to fol-
low the agenda.
*
Coral Gables Chapter President
Mrs. Sol Rappaport will be in,
charge of the group's Tuesday eve-;
ning meeting to be held at Hillel
House. Band of Renown will pre-!
sent a program.
e e e
Emma Lazarus Chapter will
meet on Tuesday evening. Mar. 22,
at Washington Federal. Mrs. Irving
Herbert is president.
a
Flamingo Chapter will have a
Passover program on Thursday
evening. Mar. 17, at the home of
Mrs. Elsie Factor, 750 W. 69th PI.,
Hialcah. Mrs. Otto Haengel is
president.
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter will
hear a talk by Sanford M. Swcrd-
lin on Wednesday. Mar. 23. at j
Crown Lanes Meeting Room. Mrs.
Michael Light is chapter president. I
Miami Chapter President Mrs.
David Hess will conduct a regular j
meeting at Beth David on Tuesday I
evening.
Shalom Chapter will hold an of-
ficer workshop and nomination of
new slate on Tuesday evening at
Kendall Savings and Loan. Mrs.
Marks Fuchs is president.
West Miami Chapter meeting on
Wednesday at West Miami Town Security and medicare. Mrs lly
Hall featured a program on Social j Isaacson is president.
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Nothing goes with
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IWause Tetley is bright and
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BULK. BAGS AND
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Noted for her achievements in
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fund-raising for
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M r s. Talian-
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in behalf of the
Miami Beach
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Mrs. Talianoff
has been active
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a long time. .Joined by her-(laugh
tor. Mrs. Mark Rubin. Mrs. Talian-
off was during recent weeks re-
sponsible for special efforts for
\ the Society*s drive both in high
| rise apartments and mail cam
{ paigns.
Joint JWV 'Treasure Dig'
Norman Bmce Brown Post Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary, is
holding a "Treasure Din" on Tucs-
day evening at Pythian Hall. 460:
W. Plagler St.
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros*
still does!
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Mrs. Talianoff
K on the package means Kosher. Certified
Kosher and Pve by Rabbi Jacob Cohan
Israeli Film in Color Shown
Attorney Paul Steinberg will
! present a film in color on Israel
| at the regular monthly meeting of
i Temple Beth Raphael Sisterhood
to be held at the temple on Thurs-
day evening, Mar. 17.
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On Saturday evening. Mar. 19, at 8:30 p.m.. in
the Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium of Beth Is-
rael Synagogue, the Beth Isrcel Girls will in-
augurate the "Brown Yarmulka" night club-
The Brown Yarmulka will feature entertain-
ment and food. Highlight of the evening will
be the performance of an original play, Be-
Mrs. Helene Landau 70 Years Young;
Her Children Plan Kiddish at Beth David
Mrs Helene Landau will be
honored following Kiddush at Sat-
urday morning services of Beth
David Congregation this weekend.
Mrs. Landau is the mother of
Beth David's spiritual leader.
Rabbi Sol Landau. She will be
honored on the occasion of her
70th birthday last Monday.
Mrs. Landau is the widow of the
eminent talmudic scholar. Rabbi
Ezekiel landau, of New York.
spiritual leader of United Hias
Service until his recent death
there,
Rabbi Sol Landau will be joined
by Siegfried I-andau. music direc-
tor of the Westchester Orchestra,
the Brooklyn Philharmonia and
the Chattanooga Opera Association.
10 Best-Dressed
To be Announced
Funds raised at the Miami Beach
Senior High School PTA luncheon
on Monday noon at the Kontain
bleau Hotel uill go to the PTA
'i School Air-Conditioning
Fund, according to Mrs. Theodore
Kipr.iv president.
A fashion show and winners in
the Ten Best-Dressed Women of
Miami Beach contest will be pre.
.-ented.
In charge of tickets are lunch-
eon chairmen, Mr- Sherman Kap-
lan and Mrs Herbert Young.
and former concert pianist, the
former Lotte Landau, now Mrs.
Nathan Glover, of Miami, in honor-
ing their mother at the Kiddush.
Mrs Landau was born in Biezun.
Russo-Poland. She comes from a
distinguished rabbinical family,
and is the granddaughter of the
"Drobiner Rov" and the only child
of the Biezuner Rov," Rabbi Abra-
ham Mordecai Grynberg.
She attended her lather's adult
classes when she was live years
old, and acquired a Talmudic
knowledge most unusual for a
woman. She received her formal
education at the Russian Gymna-
sium in Lodz, and studied with her
uncle, known by his pen name of
'Schach.*'
After her family arrived in Ber-
lin, Mrs. Landau was awarded a'
teacher's diploma for studies com-
pleted in the Lehrenstalt fur Die
Wissenschaft des Judentums.
In 1919. she married Dr Lan-
dau, direct descendant and name-
sake of the Nodah Biyehudah,"
ch'ef rabbi of Prague during the
18th century
I'pon Dr. I.andau's death last
Augu-t. the Jewish Friends So-
ciety, which he founded and head-
ed for 25 years, decided to spon-
sor and publish hi- sermons and
lectures as a tribute tt> Hi.- memory
Mi- Landau is now engaged in,
the compilation of this work, which
will be edited. by,her son. Rabbi
Landau.
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Surfside resident and singer Viv-
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recognition of her "'outstanding
service to the area" by the Surf-
side. Bal Harbour. Bay Harbor
Islands and Sunny Isles Chamber
of Commerce. Citation was made
by Hal Herman, president, and
Mitchell Potter, past president, at
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B'nai B'rith Social Singles are
sponsoring a dance on Saturday
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Beach Chapter of Hadassah Schedules
March Meetings, Programs Next Week
Miami Beach Hadassah groups
have scheduled their March meet-
ings for Monday.
Herzl Group will meet at n KM
in the Koney F'laza Hotel. Lunch-
eon will ix' served. Pictures on "A
Personal Visit Through Israel will
be shown, with commentary bv
1,r.H^b.<:r.,Gr*op-.-:,!1.,lol,d,.^ Paul Steinberg. Mrs. Milton Wein-
berg is president.
regular monthly meeting at 11:30
a.m. at the Singapore Hotel. Lunch-
eon will be served. A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Mrs
Shaloma Group will meet at noor.
Henry Balaban. Mrs. Joseph Ep- in the Miami Beach Federal. Wash-
stein is president. ington Ave. and 8th St. A monolo-
gue by Mrs. Rose Shapiro and
Looii D. Br.ndeis Group will I songs by Mrs. Celia Beckermar.
hold its gala "Youth Aliyah'lunch-' wi e presented. President is
pop at the Fontaine Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel at 12 noon.
Mrs. Benjamin Lippy is chairman
of the day. Presidium presidents
are Mesdames Elizabeth Stcinbach.
Bernard Lipson and Birdie Curtis
Mrs. Michael Feinstein.
Stephen Wise Group will hold
Its regular meeting at 11:30 a.m.
>n the Deauville Hotel. A special
Purim party luncheon will be
served, Mi's. Henry Wernick will
Emma Lazarus Group will meet be guest speaker. A choral group
at 12 noon at Washington Federal. Offering will be conducted bj Mrs
Normandy Isle. Luncheon will be Rose Dellerson. with Aid:, V -
served. Pictures of the Hebrew L'ni- at the piano Mrs. Manning Mintus
Met than 1 OCX] persons attended the Purim Mrs. Harold J- Brooks and Mrs. Ronald Fine.
Fai: :? T*mple EmanuEl's Solomon Schechter Mrs. Brocks is president of the Temple Emanu-
Dcy School on Sunday. Three of the women El PTA, which sponsored the carnival. Among
whe played a major role in the successful the youngsters looking on are Kenneth Fine,
eve;.' were 'eft to right) Mrs. Irving Cowan, Mindy Brooks and Diana Fine.
Sisterhood's 26th Luncheon Honors Past Presidents
versity and Hadassah Medical Cen-
ter will be shown, and Mrs. Helen
Zuckcrbraun will narrate. Mrs.
Jack Wolfstein is president.
is president.
Henrietta Siold Group will hold
its regular meeting at noon at the
I Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Henry Wernick
Esther Group will meet at noon will be guest speaker. Mrs. Sol
in the Waldman Hotel. A Purim Greenberg is president.
skit. "'The Devil and Mr. Hanian." < *
: will be shown. Mrs. Hattie Sefir
[ is president.
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Forte Towers Group will meet
at 7:30 p.m. in the North Building.
Southgate Group will have its
regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. in
the Terrace Room at Southgate
Mrs. Harold Tuvin will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Hy Mintz, Youth
Sist*" "iOod r>f Temple Emanu-El
will tn.ld it* 26th anniversary
luncheon on Wednesday noon at,
the Ect-n Roc Hotel, Mrs. Herbert
S. Sr.aji.ro. president, announced. |
At tt.e luncheon each year, a i
special ceremony honors Sister-
hood's oast president. This year, a ;
paaeijr. entitled Treasures of the
.lewist. Heritage." directed by,
Trixie Levin, will honor Mrs. E.
Allen Becker. "Mrs. Irving Cypen,
Mis Jack Falk. Mrs. George Gold-
berg. Ars. Sol Goldstein, Mrs.
Sherman Kaplan. Mrs Alexander
Kogan, Mrs. Isadore Newman, Mrs.
G. Rogers. Mrs. Joseph Rose and
Mrs. Milton Smith. Mrs. Arthur
Klein and Mrs. Ira Walsey are no
longer living in Miami.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual |
leader of the temple, will partici-
pate in the ceremonies and address
the gathering.
Added attraction will be the
Broadway musical. "Plain and
Fancy." presented by the Studio
M Playhouse, directed and chor-
eographed by Jose Falcion.
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan is
luncheon chairman. Co-chairman
is Mrs. William Pite. Committee in-
cludes Mrs. Jules Channing, Mrs.
Max Dinisman, Mrs. Jacob Glass-
man. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Ja-
cob Katzman, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, Mrs. Isadore Lorber, Mrs. Si-
mon E. Rubin, Mrs. Herbert S.
Shapiro. Mrs. Robert Frank is in
charge of decorations.
Reservations may be made
through the temple office.
A film will be shown, and Mrs. Aliyah chairman, will report on
! Ida Stern will give a recitation, the Youth Aliyah luncheon on Mar.
Mrs. Susan Feller is president.
Israeli Group will meet at noon.
. Mrs. Lillian Nelson will present a
i musical program. Mrs.
i Meyer is president.
24 at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Joseph Rosenberg is president.
Eddie Canter Group will have its
Esther ] meeting on Thursday, Mar. 17, at
noon in the Gigi Room of the Fon-
j tainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Jennie Gros-
Morton Towers Group will meet \ singer will be guest speaker, and a
in the Morton Towers restaurant: musical program will be presented.
at noon. A program has been ar-; Mrs. Louis Kuniansky is chairman
ranged. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is of the day. Mrs. Fred Jonas is
president. I president.


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Friday, March 11, 1966

... ^Artyont f^eople and pL
STEPPING OUT ON SATURDAY NIGHT
llelyne and Ken Treister had company for the
veekend, Helyne's sister, Nancy, and her hus-
band, Norman Lipoff. from Tampa. They went to
he drove Theatre with Donna and David Kenin.
Back 10 the Treisters after the show, where
Gloria and Howard Scharlin were waiting to
help Nancy blow out the candles on her birth-
laj cake Also at the theater that night were
\lr and Mrs Robert Werner. Mrs. C G. Gross-
man, Coleen Werner's mother from Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mia. Stewart Winston. Mr. and Mrs.
George Rose, Dr. and Mrs. Richard llelfman.
\lr. and Mrs. Mel Greenberg. and Mr. and Mts
"""'''Jjl'f"''' The sh,ONV was good too.
LANTERNS AND FANS AND WON TON SOUP
Yes it was a Japanese luncheon given by Lylion
Mrs Ernest) Abramson at the Crystal House.
Cocktails first in the Red Room, then to the
Cypress Room which had been converted into
A Japanese Steak House. Lylion greeted her
guests the second time in an authentic Japanese
kimona. Most of the decorations and favors had
teen brought back from Japan by the hostess
and bidden away just for this purpose. Center-
pieces and corsages were hand-beaded flowers
Among guests were Mrs. Samuel Ebenstein.
Urs. Philip Thau. Mrs Irving Cypen. Mrs. Ben
Cypen, Mrs Max Cypen. Mrs. Allan Rothstein.
Mrs. Aizeg Brener. Mrs. Sam Friedland. Mrs
N'orman Davidson. Mrs. Jack Ross. Mrs. Allen
Silverman. Mrs. Arthur Winarick.
THAT TIME AGAIN
It is the time of the year for Florence and Mey-
er Baskins annual cocktail party. Florence had
forgotten which anniversary they were celebrat-
ing until 29 roses arrived from their son and
daughter. Jonathan and Kathy, who are both
away at different colleges. The traditional party
was held at their home in Coral Gables. Guest
list included Col. and Mrs. Nathan Rood. Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Perkell. Judge and Mrs. Sam Silver.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fladelor, Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Bartel, Judge Fred Bared. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Finkelstein. Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Kip-
ctccs
per and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lebow. Mr. and Mrs
Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Fellman.
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A TESTIMONIAL AT TEMPLE TAVEL
Nancy Tavel gave a clever take-off on our
town's testimonials at the dinner she gave in
her name for Shirley and Howard Trinz in honor
of their 15th wedding anniversary. There was a
regular agenda, letters and files from top-level
community leaders, inscribed ash tray to the
guests of honor saying, "You"ve made your
pledge, now pay for it," prizes including Nancy's
famous cabbage soup, in fact the whole bit.
Guests were I-ennie and Barney Robinson,
Uremia and Bobby Shapiro, and Linda and
Richard Brickman. The complaint of the organ-
ization woman's husband (Shirley is president
of the Young Women's Division of Combined
Jewish Appeal) is that he is always called by
his wife's name. Brenda and Linda sang about
"Mr. Shirley Trinz." It was a night of free joy.
JUST IMAGINE THIS
Lena Dubler was wearing a great big purple
orchid which proudly told the world that she and
Morris have been married 64 years .
Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Lewis and Bess (Mrs.
Louis1 C.lasser are both at home after their
hospital sojurns. It really isn't funny, but that's
the only way that these two active club women
got a well-deserved rest .
At the Jewish Home for the Aged meeting.
Mrs Sol Silverman. the Pied Piper of the Home,
and Mrs. Larry Silverman. Auxiliary president,
were both in their clement fund-raising. Mrs
Max Greenberg had a fine time jumping up
after each moving appeal. Even her pledges
had pledges .
Three years ago, at the Initial Gifts Combined
Jewish Appeal luncheon, Florence (Mrs. Meyer)
Baskin left her prize ticket with her friend, Sally
(Mrs. Lee) Lebow, with instructions to bring her
home a prize. Florence's won. and Sally took
home her prize. Yes. the same thing happened
this year only visa versa.
Frances Lehman
Adlai Stevenson Jr., receives a check for 51,250 for the Adlai
Stevenson Memorial Fund from Mrs. George Kalfon, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, and Mrs. Malvin Englander at a recent fund-raising
banquet of the Adlai E. Stevenson Democratic Women's Club
of Miami Beach.
Loafer's Loaf Earns Praise
No kneading needed! That's one
of the nice things about the batter
way of baking. And the other nice
things'' You'll hear those from
your lucky family and friends. Ac-
tually, Uiis bread's so easy tha it's!
1 called
Loafer's Loaf
VA cups warm water (105-115
dcg. F.)
1 package Fleischmann's Activei
Dry Yeast
2 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons Planters Oil
2 tablespoons poppy seeds
2 teaspoons salt
3'* cups unsifted flour
Measure warm water into large

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Cordially invites you
to participate in the
Pilgrimage to Israel
JOHN F. KENNEDY MONUMENT
and Peace Forest
Monday July 4th, 1966
For Information and Reservations Call
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about 30 minutes. Stir batter down
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done. Makes one beautiful bread
Spring Luncheon
For DPhiE Alums
On Saturday afternoon. Mar. 19,;
Greater Miami Alumnae Associa-
tion of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
will hold its "Paris in the Spring"
luncheon at the Dcauville Hotel.
Proceeds fro m the annual af-
fair, which honors founders of the
sorority, will go to the Cystic l'i-
brosis National Foundation.
Patty's Limited Fditions and
children's clothing by Sylvia Alter,
of the Fountainebleau. will be
modeled by members and their
children.
In charge of reservations i~
luncheon chairman. Mrs. Edward
l'a>troff.
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Season's Finale
Iladassah Center for winter res-
idents will conclude the current
season with two events scheduled
for this month.
On Tuesday, at 1 p.m.. in the
home of Mrs. Joseph Alter. 6365
Allison Rd.. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger!
Fink will review "Behold the
Fire," by Michael Blankfort.
On Mar. 29, Mr. and Mrs. Saul''
Silberman will host a farewell
party for winter residents. Dessert
tea will be served, and the Bob'
Novak accordionists will enter-
tain.
Reservations are being accepted
by Mrs Samuel Sakrais or at the
Center office on Lincoln Rd.
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'Angels1 Feted
At NCJW Affair
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, enter-
tained over 700 members at the
annual Angel Luncheon last Wed
nesday, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Guests had contributed saleable
merchandise to the three Council
Thrift Shops in the Greater Miami
, area, and theme was "Angels in
Disguise."
Council Thrift Shops are coor-
dinated through the efforts of Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg. Section vice
president. Angel Luncheon chair-
man was Mrs. Barbara W Wallach.
Mrs William I. Brenner is Section
president.
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Friday. March 11. 1966
9-JewisiifkwidHhir?
Page 7-B
Socialite ... by Isabel Qji
Continued from Page 1-B
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Band
brought together many visitors
and localites Party guests
from Chicago included Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kalish, the Max Hoff-
mans, Lewis Goodmans, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Cardoza, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Marrettic, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Spears. Mrs. Frances
Esko. and Mrs. Marion Pa io-
dise .
Among Miamians were Mr
and Mrs. David Ginsberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Maury Young. Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Circus, Mr. and
Mrs. Micky Kraus, the Ellison
Kossoffs, the Alvin Bands and the
Herman Brodys .
From Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Binder and Cedarhurst.
NY., Mrs. Johanna Fenchel .
Other localites, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kosman. Harry Jaffe.
MRS. GtNIA SUMS
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shinkman, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Niercnberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Pokorass. Dr. and Mrs.
Leopold Szerlip and Mr. and Mrs
Albert Harris.

Local society preening its
feathers for the oncoming Jack-
ie Gleason black tie dinner and
ball, tendered him by the B'nai
B'rith Foundation of U.S., on Sun-
day at the Fontainebleau Hotel...
Muriel Hirsch ithe Hat) Pick and
Mrs. Sailing Baruch are making
up tables lor their friends, as the
word is out that tickets are al-
ready at a premium .
Chester Gleicher. owner of the
popTfTar Sage Restauran' in New
York City, and his lovely wife
enjoyed a happy birthday dinner
and night club party at Dorc's
Restaurant and Lounge with
Belle Barth. who currently heads
rove
the nightly entertainment at
Dore's, helping to blow out the
candles on the special cake.
4 U :t
Houseguesting at the Seacoast
Towers South with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Appelbaum.
Mrs. Frieda Littman. of Hunting-
ton. I..I., has been visiting here
for the past several weeks .
Frequent winter visitor. Ray
Meth, back for a second visit this
year Staying at the Mimosa,
she's being entertained by her
many Miami Beach friends .
Guest for brunch this week at the
Warsaw Ghetto
Heroine in Miami
Mrs Genia Silkes. fighter and
survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto up
ising, is visiting Miami this week.
re -he will address a number
. 11! i /at ions.
Mrs Silkes is an afrthor and lee
.in. escaped the massacre
.1 the Warsaw Ghetto revolt.
World War II. Mrs. Silki -
,. director ol the Yiddish
.,1 institute in Par
Silki >, a tormei
f i iund schools
Gh< is in i
- .. i >pr< Dental ;' c '. the '
iry i thi :. ...
ten volume project, :c!i
readj produced the fir I
inder the ediU rship of Ptoi.
ludali A. Joffe and Yudel Mark,
> ill release the second volume
sonu tune during lixitt.
Mrs silkes is expected to re-
naiii in Miami for several weeks,
a here she will appear before or-
ganizations in a discussion of top;-
,il Jewish themes.
The Yiddish Dictionary project
s tinder the auspices of the Col-
i of the City of New York, Buell
lallagher, president.
'Cinderelka1 Set
At Or Olom
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
announces a gaja 10th annual
birthday party ball will be held
Saturday evening. Mar. 19. at the
temple auditorium.
Chairman is Mrs. Joseph Roth-
man, assisted by Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Mesdames Marvin Bochner
Murray Mandell. Sigfried Dayan,
Robert Hertz. Jules Goldmark and
William Herzbrun.
Cocktail hour and dinner will be
followed by dancing to the music
of the Bob Murray Orchestra.
An original playlette. "Cind-
erelka's Simcha."* 'written and di-
rected by Mrs. Leo Weinstcin, will
be presented. Cast members arc
Butt Reinhardt, Stanley Levitt.
Martin Hirsch. Murray Rosenberg.
Alan Kurzweil. and Mesdames
Ralph Fistel, Lawrence Wulkan,
Herbert Seltman and Lawrence
Kaplan.
Ways and means vice president
is Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, anil Sis-
terhood president is Mrs Murray
Rosenberg. Rabbi Samuel April i-
spiritual leader of the Congrega-
tion,
Eden Roc, and will be feted at a
Fontainebleau luncheon on Sat-
urday.
Stationed in Hawaii as ROTC
instructor, former Miami Beach-
ite George W. Kan tor has just
been promoted to the rank of ma-
jor The change from gold
bars to gold leal will be marked
at a celebration in his honor this
week at the Officers Club in Hon-
olulu Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris E. Kantor. 1325 Lenox
Ave., Maj. Kantor, wife Betty
and 4-year-old son Morrie due
back for a short visit here in June
before going on to their next as-
signment The major is a
graduate of Miami University
and Georgia Military Academy.
Tropical Chapter
Sets Donor Dinner
Tropical (' h a p It r. American
Medical Center, is holding its an-
nual donor dinner dance on Fri-
day, Mar. 18. at the Deauville II-
tel.
A cocktail hour is planned for
6:30 p.m.. and will be followed
by dinner and the night club show
Mrs. Jerome Sangernian is chai
man. and Mrs. Ivar Blacker is pit -
ident.
Original color lithograph by
famed artist, Bertoldo Tau-
bert, who exhibits in leading
U.S. galleries. Edition limited
to 180 impressions, each
signed and numbered by
artist. Picture 16' 2x20. Soft
reds, blues, black, lemon,
beige. At $19, this original
color lithograph is an excep-
tional value (comparable
lithographs widely sell from
$50 to $70). Orders filled
while the edition lasts.
Guaranteed refund. Order to-
day from ART OF ALL NA-
TIONS, Studio B, Harmon,
Reading the Torah, Bertoldo Taubert (Italy) New York ,052-
For catalogs of original color lithographs, engravings, rare prints, etc.,
issued from time to time during year, send $1.
BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMP
(Separate Camps for Boys and Girls)
Announces
ITS SECOND ANNUAL FLORIDA REUNION
Sunday, March 13th from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
at the Algiers Hotel
You and Your Friends are Cordially Invited
Please call NANCY DAVIS at CA 1-9605
For Reservations and Information
CARIH Council
Pledge Luncheon
South Florida Council of I'resi-
lents of Children's Asthma Re
I anli institute and Hospital pre-
sents the Fanny E. Lorber "An-
liversary Waltz" pledge luncheon
' the Eden Hoc Motel on Tuesday
H 11:30 a.m.
Patty's Limited Editions will
ature the Perfect Marriage of
abulous Fashions."
tfrs Maxwi 11 Singer, of the Ma-
ional board of CARIH, Chicago,
II will be guest speaker.
I
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For Appointment
Phone: 538-8177
Foot Comfort for Men,
Women and Children'
Shoes with the proper lost,
correctly fitted and prop-
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Consultation it Free
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ffll
about
gathered for you
Miriam Field
Talleyrand. Napoleon's foreign
minister and "ilic lirst fork in
France," once saw Czar Alexander
in secretive discussion uh Prince
Meiternfch. Eavesdropping dis-
creetly, he heard ihe Prince
divulging- .i recipe foi knaidlach!
Since von are too young io have
overheard ii and since Meucr-
nich's recipe wasn't Pesachdik .my
wa>. do share ni) formula foi
CLOUD LIGHT KNAIDLACH
1 j cup P.anlcts Oil
12 cup mipcpd onion
2 eges. separated i cup cold *atr
1 tsr -:alt 't tso poppet
2 tsps. chopped prrsley
j cup niat?o m",il
Boiling chicken soup or malted *<"'.
In pun heat Haulers Oil and rook
onion unlii Motor. Retnmc from hcM.
Bent CKg yolks with rater, suit,
pepper. Gradually heat in onion-, un-
til IiIiihI.iI. Stir in panic) and inal/o
meal. Beat i-UK "trite* until Miff
peaks form; gradually fold inio niai/n
meal mixture. Oner: reMgcra'e at
least I hour, t sir* two teaspoons
shape mixture into halls and drop
into hoilinu chicken soup or s.iltrd
water. Cook, ootemd, lf-Mi ojtaatoa,
Serte in hoi soup, Makes about ix.
THE SONG OF SONGS COOKBOOK
NOW IN SECON0 PHHTBiQ
This handsome urecii-oii-cinnamon
cookbook is a "hest MUer" with u
differenceft'* free. The lirst c.li-
rion has vanishes) faster than a pun
ii, frc.-.lily made lalkes and a I
edition Is new rolling off the pre -.-.
What's in it for >>u.' '< iw'-s
packed with PcsacbdUt manna i -
21 urea! recipes plus I I picture
pages fr ii .! don't have a copy yet (how
come?) or wanl one for wmr dan I-
ler.dauRhtcr-in-l:i. niece or Bel |h-
bor, quickl) write (enclosing i
Planters Oil label or cap linen lo:
I'lanters Oil
I he Song of Songs Cookbook
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Koshet with i apilol K
il ho iares about kasiirnt i -
cording if' nt\ mail, the readers of
this column ind, according to my
ohset rations, tlieinakersoj Mania
Oil' For o'ci M yews this product
hat been undet therigorous andreg-
ulai stipei vision ol orthodox rabbit,
"fan 'iui\ be loo"e sura," uiys
Rabbi Levy, "ho supei tises every
deiailoith. PlantersOilgrotasmng,
"that Planters Is in""., kosha lor
/'os.s.o And It's i'ii, re, of com ><."
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Did you know ihai Planters is rc-
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why it costs a little more than or-
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the looking oil used in this kind of
gourmet cooking is- yea, you'*e
guessed!- subtledellcaw peanut oil.
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kitchen Ye Thanks
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vJenisli ncridiann
Friday, March 1. '.966
Miami Chapter of Hadassah Slates
Wide-Ranging Programs for Monday
Max Churvls is president.
Al the Naomi Group meeting
;it the YWHA. 8500 SW 8th St..
March pro,rams for the groups Mrs. Fred Iyer, of New York. s]j,|es on -The Jew in Art" will be
i the Miami chapter of teacher of braille; Mrs Israel Bur shown. Mrs. Bphraim Collins is
Tyler's Restaurant, will feature will he a joint b ai
. holiday songs by Cantor Leo Ur- "H-tins. President is Mi
Uch. Presidenl is Mrs Charles Cot- Bo,w,nlk

>
Hadassah will range from personal
- to book reviews and
- Oil braille on Monday.
Aviva Group, 10:18 a in. luBCh-
meeting will be held at the
e of Mrs. Leonard Herman.
1 45 s\v 135th si Speaker will be
Edmond Gong, state representa-
and -Man ol the Year." who
will discuss Florida government
Show slides oi his trip to Viet
Nam. Mrs. Fred Si,me is presidenl.
Chai Group program will be a
Morning with Joe and Ri
Yanich," who will discuss their
!rip through Spain with music at
home of Mrs. Harold Kittay.
.870 NE 198th Ter.. at 9:30 a.m.
Mrs Maxwell Weisberg is presi-
enl
Albert Einstein Group membii-
i meeting will start at \2 30
it Washington Federal. 699
167th st Guesl speaker will be
Vogel, of WQAM. Mr.-. Louis
is president.
Menorah Group, 11 a.m. meet-
ai Hillel House. Miller Rd..
I be a luncheon honoring life
embers, and review by Rev. John
andreu on "Cast a Gianl Sha-
Presidenl i.- Mrs Leon Ros-
iff
Kadimah Group meeting al Sky
Gardens Auditorium will
.ear an address by an opthomol-
igist, who will discuss eyes and
the reason for eye banks. President
-v Mr> Morris Press.
Mt. Scopus Group noon meeting
at Temple Zamora will feature
stein, singer of international president.
songs; and Mrs. Manuel Rurstein.
Chairman Ol youth activities Mrs Tikvah Group 8 p.m. meeting at
Acad Women
Fete Mrs. Rosner
Mrs, Samuel Rosner. president
zin.
Eleanor Roosevelt Group will
have a lunchei n and card parly
sponsored by board members al
the Mar Un Gardens Auditorium
Mrs Joseph Marder is president.
Torah Group will have a card
partj al the Coral Cables Wom-
en's Club. Dessert and coffee will
be served. Mrs. Albert Dubbin is
MRS. SAMUtL ROSNiR
Wilno Kosher
For Passover
Products Here
By Special Report
Enjoy the Passover holidays
with Kosher-for-Passover corned'
beef, salami, frankfurters and bo /Mass. Ctub Spring Affair
logna. They will be available at lo- ... _,
cal dealers in time for Passover, M.Mt"oh""2 "b ?
manufactured by the Wilno Kosher; Mlam> ,s ho"">8 ,te, *?n*J "**
ing. dinner dance and entertain-
of the Hebrew Academy PTA, hat president
been named "Parent of the Year"
bv the school. She will be honored Chaim We.xmann Group meet
by the Hebrew Academy Women ing en Mar. 28 at Carpenter Hall
and PTA al a luncheon on Wed-_______________________
nesday. Mar. 23, at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
'This initial Parent of the Year'
luncheon is being planned to hon-
or an unusual woman for her out-
standing service and dedication
to our school." Mrs. M. 11. Rosen-
house, president of the Hebrew
Academy Women, asserted.
Mrs. Rosner has served as PTA
president for the past three years
Prior to accepting this office, she
was chairman of various projects,
playing a major role during the
building campaign of the school E
new edifice.
As president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy PTA. she is also a member
of every committee of the Hebri v.
Academy Women and has sue ess-
fully coordinated the activities 0)
the PTA with the women's fund-
raising group.
Mrs Leonard Adler. vice presi
dent of the PTA and Hebrew A. a
demy WOmen. is chairman of the
luncheon
Mrs Charles Simon, program
chairman, has reported that a chil-
dren's fashion show, sponsored by
Melony Wardrobe, Inc., will be the
main feature of the afternoon.
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For the past 72 years, the Wilno
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strict supervision of the Rabbi Ben
Zion Rosenthal and two steady
mashgichim to assure that "every-
thing is Kosher for Passover in ac-
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For the past three-quarters of a
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"ake a tireless worker like Shirley Trinz, and one worthwhile organ-
ization like the CJA, and you've got perpetual motion. Shirley never
flops canvassing for contributions to the CJA. She tells the CJA
story to everyone she meets. And her devotion to the job being done
ty CJA is contagious. You can always tell where Shirley's been by
the converts to the CJA cause she leaves behind her. Thanks to
Shirley, and dedicated people just like her CJA can work around
the clock to help over 400,000 people at home and abroad.
Shirley Trinz, don't you ever slow down!

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ShirleyTrinz,
don't you ever
slow down?


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1966 Combined Jewish Appeal Wl#l"l 1317 Biscayne Blvd., FR 3-0411
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Friday, March 11. 1966

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man
BOBBI
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Hor netl name is Barbara Mrs. Richard E. I.itt but
\ r> body calls her BoMbi, with an "i."
Bobbi was born in Cincinnati. She wasn't a child prod-
iRy, but she took piano lessons from childhood on through
college. Now her own little girl takes piano lessons, and the
most Bobbi does is to play the Mary Poppins tunes along
with her.
Bobbi started college at Ohio
State, but graduated from the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati with a degree
and a teaching certificate. The
three years she taught in Cincin
nati were exciting and rewarding.
She was a demonstration teacher
and received an exciting, fine hon-
or and write up as "The Second
Mother." She also taught college
education students while they were
doing their practice-teaching.
In Miami on vacation, she de-
cided to apply for a first grade
teaching position and asked for
leave af absence back home. What
actually happened was that she
met Rick, who was a resident in
radiology at .lackson Memorial Hospital. Their court-
ship was brief They went together for a few
months, and she taught one more year. Then they were
married. The Litts have two gfrls. Amy and Suzanne, and
a brown poodle named Hershey Bar.
Richard has a radiology office and is at Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital. Bobbi is intensely interested in his work.
She was instrumental in interesting the members of the
Suburban League to work for Variety. She herself works as
a volunteer in the hospital every week, and twice a week
during the summer. She is parliamentarian for the Subur-
ban League. Everything Bobbi does, she does well.
Bobbi is a vice president of the Young Women's Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Appeal and cochairman of
the division's Young Women's Spring Ball coming up Mar.
12 at Westview Country Club. She's on the board of South
Dade Division National Council of Jewish Women and a
charter member of the Greater Philharmonic Society. Both
Bobbi and Rick are music enthusiasts and have tickets for
Of the Concert scries and operas Tennis and bowling
come in for their share of the Litt's leisure time.
Durinj Bobb 's college days, she did Fashion modeling
tforl sho on television. Now -he has done some
ling f'u- fashion shows and has had offers to do
nail}, Bobbi thinks it would be fun to fit it
' c owded hours. Bike-riding is a relaxing
\ for both "i the Litts, and 'lure a seat on the back
for the elder Litl daughter. Bobbi also make- her other
hobby, cooking, an important item on her daily agenda,
Bobbi il seems manages to crowd a little of ever)
thing, work, play, community service, self expression and
joy, into the art of being a wife and mother.
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Welcomed Sift...
4 ^reasured^ossession
Thorc "ia>" a fiiffiMkBE<**
in flo\v<*i*K ... trig on its!
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!Mercantile National Bank Building}
CALL SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231
FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI
Miss Palgon Now
Mrs. Pkil Halpern
Former Eleanor Bella Palgon.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lose!
Palgon. 2645 SW 34th Ct., became
the bride of Phil Fred Halpern on
Sunday. Mar. 6.
The evening ceremony, conduct-
I ed by Rabbi Morton Malavsky. was
held at th Seville Hotel where a
reception followed. On their return
from a honeymoon in Nassau and
Lucaya. the couple will live in
| Coral Gables.
For the nuptials, the bride se-
lected a gown of satin and reMVi-
broidered alencon lace, fashioned
with a fitted bodice appliqued in
hand-clipped alencon lace to the
front hemline, and a belle skirt
ending in a full aisle-width train.
The bouquet was an arrangement
of white orchids and stephanotis
on the bride's confirmation Bible.
Honor attendants were Mrs
Lewis F. Cohen and Mrs. Manny
Palgon. The bridegroom's brother,
Mel Halpern. served as his best
man. and Manny Palgon and Al-
t.-ed Palgon, the bride's brothers,
ushered.
Son of Mrs. Lillian Halpern. 928
Euclid Ave.. and the late Jack Hal-
pern. the bridegroom is a graduate hro News Bureau for tive years,
of both Miami Beach High and the His bride is a graduate of Miami
University of Miami He was a Senior High and the University of
News sports writer for five years Miami and is now teaching third
and has been with the Miami-Ale- made at Melrose Elementary.
Dr. Aranoff Will Wed Gotham Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Halpern. Aranoff. of Miami Beach formerly
of Brooklyn. N.Y.. have announced 0f shenandoah. Pa.
the forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Paula, to Dr. Sanford Miss Halpern. a graduate of Ye-
Aranoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe shiva University High School for
Girls, attended Bar llan Univer-
sity. Ramat Can. Israel. Teacher's
Institute of Yeshiva University, and
has a Bachelor of Arts degree from
Brooklyn College.
Dr. Aranoff is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High, the University ot
Miami, and received a doctorate
in theoretical physics from New
York University. He is an assist
ant professor of physics at Rut
gers University, Newark. N J.
June Rites For
Miss Kirschner
Miss Carol Sue Kirschner and
Dr. Alan Borenstein will be wed
on June 18 at the Deauville Hotel
with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. Following the evening cere-
mony, the couple plans to honey-
moon in Mexico.
The bride-elect Is the daughter
of Mrs. A. Tom Kirschner. 2550
SW 24th Ave., and the late Mr.
Kirschner. Her future bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Borenstein. 1947 Park Ave
A graduate of Miami Senior
High and the Jackson Memorial
School of Nursing, Miss Kirschner
is employed at the John Elliott
Blood Bank.
Dr. Borenstein is a graduate of
Miami Beach High. Columbia Col-
lege. N. Y., and the University of
Miami School of Medicine He is
now interning at Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital.
Wfrner Kahn
MRS. PHIt HALPfRN
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Beach.
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Mr. Kane, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, holds de
both journalism and histor;. He is
a member of Sigma Delta Chi. na-
tional honorary journalism soc-
iety. and plans to attend Gr
School in June.
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CULTURAL arts department of
it. YM and YWIIA of Great
ir Vhami presented a Brother
hihmi Concert on Saturday eve-
ning 'n the "Y" main ballroom.
Introc ictions were made by .Miss
Syd Skolsk>. director of of the
nent For the evening, she
chow an ice blue silk skirt with
;i matching colored long-sleeved
ImhIi.
M- Hannah Kite wore a two-
ice* black knit with the double-
ed bodice and a modified'
a-cot tie at the neckline. Mis.
lean .loffe's royal blue and gold
knil was in the sheath silhouette.
with a diamond-shaped cut-out'
luuh in the bodice. A black knit
was tie choice of Marjorie Frei.
Mrs Alvin Trilling chose a
mod colored moygashel sheath
with the modified bateau neck-
line.
liu^k silk, with a blouson bo-,
dice :ni sheath skirt, was chosen;
by Mrs. Anna Berger. Mrs. Julia
l'iiik-:stein's three-piece knit was
in n: i y and white with the colon.'
interwoven into an almost tweed ',
cifee Her jacket featured the!
shawl collar and bracelet-length,
uleeves. Royal blue was the color,
choice of Mrs. Yolanda Poller.I
Her knit had a high yolk treat-
ment, and was self-belted.
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lulRS. Ralph Smith brought sev-
eral out-of-town guests to
enjoy the concert. She was dies..
ed in a beige brocade sheath
with the surplice bodice. One of
her guests from Cleveland, who
spends a great deal of time in
our greater Miami area, was Mrs.
Harry Tracht, who chose a two
piece white ribbed wool with a
black silk jersey, jewel-ni ck
blouse Black alencon lace flow-
ers were appliqued on her jacket.
Mrs. David Braun's silk brocade
W 19 in seafoam green and tan-
gerine. Her sheath silhouette had
the jewel neckline and short
sleeves.
A striking shade of Goya red
was seen on Mrs. Sam Gordon in
a two-piece knit ensem'jle with a
full-length coat over a s'">n,h
dress. Navy blue was used to
band the front of the coai. the
slooves. and to detail the belt,
which featured air-tuck, over-all
pleating. White alencon lace was
used to trim the collar and
sleeves. Her I.louse was worn
over a black permanently-pleated
skirt.
kJRS. Jacob Goodfiiend's black
" cotton was brocaded through
with silver mylar. Her matching
bolero jacket was banded with
white Mrs. Rose Skolnick chose
a lavander knit sheath with a
deep V-neckline and white band-
ing around the neck and pockets
An emerald green wool knit was
worn by Mrs. Max Raskin. Her
jewel-necked sheath had bi ace-
let-length sleeves
Mrs Samuel Trilling "elected
an aqua wool suit for the con-
cert. Her overblouse featured a
paisley print in jewel tone shades
of blue and green. Miss Lou Anne
Raskin's ensemble was in powder
blue. A striped blue and white silk
surrah sleeveless coat was worn
over a blue voile dress, which fea-
ture:! full-length puffed sleeves.
Betrothed Couple
Feted at Party
Mr and Mrs Seywvty'.J> Weiss,
828J SW 102nd St"" announce the
engagement of their daughter. Den-
ise Barbara. .toHHichard stuait
Labovitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
Bea Goldbfrq Married Sunday to Myron Henowitz
A high noon ceremony on Sun
day, Mar. 6, united the former Be-
atrice Goldberg and Myron Heno-
witz, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating at the nuptials held in
the Algiers Hotel
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Goldberg, of 220
Collins Ave.. Jersey City and
West End. N.J. The bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Cells Henowitz, of
821 82nd St., and Springfield. N.J.
For the wedding, new Mrs. Hen-
owitz chose a gown of imported
peau taffeta accented with appli
ques of reembroidered alencon
lace. It was styled with a sabrina
neckline, short oversleeve and
sheath skirt terminating in a
chapel train. A custom made spray
of matching lace held the tiers of
imported French illusion.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Sophie
Altshuler, the bride's sister.
Jack Gedriy Goldberg, the bride's
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ushers included Leonard M. Gold-
berg. Arthur Abba Goldberg, and
the bridegroom's sons. Mark R.
Henowitz and Dane II. Henowitz.
Mr. Henowitz attended the Uni-
versity of Nebraska and Rutgers
University, and is presently em-
ployed as a Dade County Tax Col-
lector.
His bride is a member of the Mi-
ami Beach Regency Club and
serves as treasurer of the Shoshana
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, the newly weds
will live at 7115 Rue Granville.


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man II. Labovitz. of Baltimore. Md.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Palmetto High and is currently a
student at the University of Miami,
where .she is a member of Delta
I'hi Kpsilon Sorority.
Mr. Labovitz, a graduate of John
Hopkins University and of the
University of Marilyand School of
Law, is a member of the Maryland
Bar.
An August wedding is planned.
s hkIv SUverman
MRS. Mr RON NEMOWrrZ
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Barbara Burney
Mr. and Mrs. George Burney. of
4920 SW 64th PL, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Barbara Lynn, to Joseph Glenn
Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Cooper, of Memphis. Tenn.
Miss Burney graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High in 1965.
and is presently attending the Uni-
versity of Tennessee. She pledged ;
1 Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. She!
is the granddaughter of Mr. and ,
Mrs. Samuel J. Spector. of Miami.
Mr Cooper graduated from Mem-
phis Central High, is attending the
University of Tennessee as a fi-,
nance major, and will graduate in |
.lime. 1967. He is president and
past treasurer of Zeta Beta Tau.
Fraternity. 1966 Greekweek chair-1
man. and past president of IT'
llillel.
A September wedding is
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Friday, March 11, 1955
25 'Outstanding* Nominees
AUXAHOiB MfUil *S. 1SAD0KC SMSTOCX BARNS* GOREVSTEIN
BB Women's
Tri-Council
Workshop Slated
National B'nai B'rith pi"
ities will be in Miami to participate
in the Tri-Council \viu-!s to be
held Mar. 12 and 13 and Mar. 1")
.1 i 16.
Alexander Miller najhnwl rector .rf coTimunvly.f^iJ'ices t
'he anti De: imaiion I i and
Mrs. I sad oiv E. BiiiMcek. AI>L
chairman for National B'nai,B'rith
Women, will conduct j session on
Saturday from 8 to 11 p.m.. and
on Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to noon
Barney Gorenstein, associate
uiroctor of thp Florida Regional
of the Anti-Defamation League,
v .11 be in charge of local imple
mentation.
Miller is .'.c author >f several
books, including his later.'. "Crisis
M ifkout Violence."
Mr*. Binstock, who live.' in Pit*
:rV>rgh, Pa., is director of the Jew-
ish Commun'y Relations Council
and a trustee of the Pittsburgh
l'i:nlication and Education Founda-
1
KAY SISTOCK
Beach Singers
Stage The Fiddle1
Nominations closed this week in
the l!)lh annual search for Dade
ii n v s outstanding man and
Koman. 'I he awards will be made
.\t a luncheon Friday. Mar 25. at
the Duponl Plaza Hotel.
Milton K. Hahn. president of
Shelem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. coor-
dinating body for the affair, an-
nounced that 16 men and nine
women have been nominated by
many participating organizations,
and all ol the nominees will be rec-
gnized at the luncheon, which is
, ,:i to the pi 'ilic.
Twentyifive Dade Countians who
were nominated were praised for
j specifio activity, pei foriaed-fcor
;ind on behalf ol Dade County du-
ring 1965. The nominees will be
he -'ii'. ts of the award patron,
Da le Federal Savings and Loan
Association, Joseph M. Lipton,
president.
Women nominated include:
Mrs. Eileen Roscoe, lor
arship efforts toward Miami-Dade
.Junior College.
Mrs. C. Hubbard Davis, for
the establishment and support ol
the family medicine program and
the Women's Cancer Association
at the University of Miami.
Mrs. Rose G. Kaplan, for the
establishment of the low cost meals
at the Senior Citizens Centers
throughout Dade County.
Mrs. Leonard Silverman, for
leadership in the field of human
relations.
Mrs. Norman Bean, for work
in the Mental Health Association
and the establishment of
FRIENDS.
Mrs. William Epstein, for the
"The Fiddle." Sholem Alel-
chem's youthful life, with music
tl-.li She and her husband are both by Vladimir Heilitz. will be staged establishment ol a Braille Library
V.iional ADL commissioners. (Saturday. 8:15 p.m.. by the Miami. an(] voluntary consultant to teach-,
B'nai B'rith Women's District 5,: Beach Community Singers. The ers 0f the visuaUv handicapped.
along with the Miami. Miami 'dramatic musical production will Mrf Chwl#r L.jt#r ^ ^p
Beach and Broward-North Dade I be held at Miami Beach Auditon- ^ ,Q ,ne H e a r, Assocjation
Councils, will sponsor the two
workshops at the Carillon Hotel.
Staged by Al Hurwitz, conductor
Sunday Drive.
Workshop A will be held on Sat-! Ben Yomen will lead the musical
urday, from 8 to 11 p.m. and Sun-
day. Mar. 13. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
company featuring Israeli bari-
tone and concert accordionist. Zigi
Workshop B will be held on Tues- Binor, as soloist with David Res-
day and Wednesday, from 9 a.m.'kin. 12-year-old son of concert vi-
until 2:30 p.m. Theme of the work- olinist. Joan Field, as Aleichem.
Judge Spaet Runs
To Succeed Self
Mrs. Robert M. Morgan, for
her support of the American Can-
cer Society, the I nited Fund, and
the Neighborhood Division and
pecial gifts.
Mrs. David A. Hets, for Inter-
faith and Brotherhood activities.
Men nominated include:
Roy A. Perry, for continuing
the enlargement of Goodwill In-
dustries for which he received the
nationally recognized Edgar J.
Helms Award.
Wiliam G. Thompson, who
serves on the national, state and
local committees directed towards
employment ol the physically han
dicapped.
Abe S. Goldman, a leader in
the fight for the mentally retarded,
which greatly influenced the plac-
ing of Sunland Training Center in
County
Harry C. Ebright, for work ill
the area ol Civil Defense an Dis
aste Control.
Max Oroviii, for chairing the
Executive Committee of the Board
it Trustees of the University of
Miami and developing its hundred-
million dollar expansion program.
Sigmund Eisenberg, for com-
pletion in his administration in
1965 cf the new Hope School Build-
ing for mentallv retarded children.
Dr. Walter Campbell, presi
dent of Lions International, for
spearheading the financial support
of the Children's Eve Clinic at the
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Alvin Cassel, for his services
in the War on Poverty as president
of the Economic Opportunity Pro-
gram. Inc.. and to the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Frank P. Pellicoro. for his as-
sistance in establishing a home for
indigents and support of the Cam
illus House.
Louis Schwartz, for alerting
the citizens of Dade County to the
need for moral support of our
armed forces overseas.
Fornoy B. Stafford, who
served with the Mental Health As-
sociation of Dade County.
Jack I. Green, who spearliea
ed the drive to establish the Hea:
Mobile and to erect the Heart As
sociation of Greater Miami build-
ing on Biscayne Boulevard.
E. Albert Pallot, for his con
tinued leadership of the Beautif-
cation Committee of Miami.
Charles M. Enjeian, tor sei
vices to the Florida Federation of
the blind and other agencies work
ing with the visually handicapped.
Leo Steinman, for the estab-
lishment m 1965 ,>, lhl. |)l(U. (.(IU..
ty Mobile Dental I nit.
Hank Meyer, for an extensio i
of the image of Dade Count) abot
and beyond his professional cal
ing.
Reservations for the luncl
can be made through the ofl
Sholem Lodge. 10th Floor, l.an.
lord Building. Miami
Committee chairman Sat
M. Swerdlin, stated I h .. I Geors
Beebe. managing editor ol tl
ami Herald. Ralph Renick. \i
president, WTVJ. and l-V
Shochet, editor and publisher
The Jewish Flondian. will
act as judges, with the tw
ients to be announced at the lunch
eon.
Hahn announced that Earl Fai
cloth. Attorney General ol I
State of Florida, will be the ho
ored guest and speaker.
'Influence of Jewish Woman'
"The Influence of the America i
Jewish Woman on Our Life" will
be discussed by Dr. Joseph Zuck
erbram before the Chug Ivn. lie
brew-speaking group of No M.
ami Beach, on Tuesday. 2 p.m.. in
Temple Ner Tamid.
shops is "B'nai B'rith Women Want Kay Sestok accompanies the Sing-
to Know."'
Mrs. Maurice Goldberg, execu-
tive director of District 5. of Beth-
Circuit Judge Harold B. Spaet.
a veteran of more than 14 years
ers- ; of civic and government service.
Not connected with his "Tev-jhas qualified for reelection to the
ya." which formed the basis of a'; 11th Judicial Circuit.
A resident of Dade County since
esda. Md, will be in Miami to Broadway musical, this "Fiddle"
take part in these programs. Local recounts Sholem Aleichem's per-! 1932. Judge Spaet was unopposed
community leaders, including Mrs. sonal memories of his aching de- for election to his present post in
Henry Wernick. Mrs. Milton Sir sire to play the violin. 11954. following his appointment in
km, and Mrs. Jack Click, will lead
sessions. Molly Turner, of WLBW
Ch. 10, will participate on Wednes-
day afternoon. In charge of in-
formation is Mrs. Murray Skup.
February of that year by Go v. Far-
ris Bryant.
Judge Spaet has held the posts
of chairman and vice chairman
of the Metro Commission, vice
I mayor and councilman of Miami
B'nai Zion will meet Thursday, Beach, and of municipal judge. He
Mar 24, 8 p.m., at the Washington is past president of the Florida
Max Rosenzweig, president of j Federal Building. 1234 Washing-1 League of Municipalities and of
the Empire State Club of Florida, ton Ave. (the Dade County League of Muni-
B'nai Zion Group
Meets Thursday
Ladies Night for Empire Club
announces that a Ladies Night at
the Surfside Community Center sion
will be held Thursday. Mar. 17, at
7:45 p.m.
Topic for a roundtable discus-
is Herzl's "Judenstaat." Dis
cipalities.
He is a former president of the
cussion leaders are Rosalie Fried- j Miami Beach Bar Association and
man and Dr. Charles Rabinowitz. | als a member of the American
|Bar Association. Judge Spaet has
served as a member of the Florida
State Commission on Aging and
is a past exalted ruler of the Elk.s
He is married and lives in
Miami Beach with his wife and
two children.
Judge Spaet has designated
E. C. Fogg, in. Dade County busi-
nessman, as his campaign trea-
surer.
KING
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are operated for boys and girls at
East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Janice Revitz and Herb Kaplan are "movie-going" at the new
Bay Harbor Theater on Kane Concourse. Janice is a University
of Miami student and daughter of Maurice Revitz, president
of the corporation owning the theater. Kaplan is vice presi-
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Stanley Stern
\oted Orthodox Rabbi Due
ay
Richard Kassay
- .ices at Temple Sinai on Sat-
orninp. Mar. 12, to be held
Washington Federal, 699 NE
ftth St.. will inelude the Bar
itzvah of Riehard. son of Mr. and
rs William R. Kassay.
1 11 is an honor student in
i phth grade at both the Tern-
Ri ligious School and John F.
i dj Junior High. His hobbies
breeding fish, coin and
collecting, astronomy and

and Mrs Albert Eisen, the
a t's grandparents, will be
rim Baltimore. Md., for the
I.
Rose-Edith Berson
Edith, daughter of Mr. and
: William N. Berson, 275 NE
St. will become Bas Mitz-
..h ,ii Beth Torah on Friday eve-
ine. Mar. 11.
Edith is a seventh grade
' at John F. Kennedy Junlo.
High, and plays in the school band
Shi i- an officer in the Sharon
jioup of the U*\ at Beth Torah
The Oneg Shabbat. following the
I es, will be hosted by Mr. and
\li- Berson, and Saturday eve.
Bins Hose Edith will be honored at
i r reception in the social hall
M Beth Torah.
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Roberta Gatoman
ta. daughter t>f Mr. and
Mr- Morris Gateman. 7830 SW
v" rer will be Bas Mitzvah on
I veiling, Mar. 11. at Temple
Zii I he Ga^emans will host the
' Shaobat.
yenth pradjC pupil at Kock-
\ nior High, the celebrant
the piano and is secretary
r o( her class.
ceptiort aha dinner in honor
\iiU\ah .will be held at
A

i Richard Goodf riend
of* Mr. and Mrs
j Goodfriend, of Coral Ga
bt Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning! Mas. 12. at Temple
Zion.
In the seventh grade at Ponce
Junior High, where he p'av? cor-
net and is a member of the ad-
vanced band, he is also a member
"f ir." Boy Scouts of America. Cor-
l al Gables. Troon 7.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush after the service
in th< temple youth hall and a
re< ption at home.
Stuart Gladsden
Stuart son ol Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
, mar Gil d 3200 alusa St..
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Mar 12. at the Hebrew
; Academy.
Stuart is a seventh grade stu-
dent at the Academy, where he is
a member of the choir.
A Kiddush in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will take place fallowing
the services at the Academy.
Stanley Stern
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mr- Vi-
ola- Stern. 271 No. Hibiscus Dr.,
-iii become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Mar. 12. at Temple Emanu-El.
Stanley attends seventh grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High. His
hobbies are space aeronautics and
engineering, and he is- an avid
reader.
The celebrant will be honored
at a dinner in his home on Satur-
day evening.
Larry Ben
Larry, son o"f Mr. and Mrs, Ar-
thur Ben, 3370 SW nth St.. will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zamora on Saturday morning,
Mar. 12
Larry is a seventh grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High. His
interest ta science!, *nd he plans to
continue with his Religious School
education to confirmation
The Bar Miff a
son oi Abraham
ami Beach, and Mrs Aim., Bass.
a ho will celebraf* vWh*^
The Bens will host the1 Kwnush
in Larry's honor.
1
Silver, chairman
praes ium oi the I
>ith dox Rabbis ol the i. n
ti nd la an l\ e I in Mi-
ami th'S ',, lor a visit here.
Recognize I as the dean ol the
Orthodox rabbinate. Rabbi Silver
achieve;! rapid recognition tor his
activity in behalf of the remnants j
o. European Jewry during and fol-
lowing World War II.
Rabbi Silver is highly-regard-
ed in Washington, and his per-
sonal relationships with the top
echelons o f government date
back to his frequent visits with :
President Taft. The author of
many books, he is recognized
Beth David ATID
To Lead Worship
The first weekly late Sabbath
hour of worship will be presented
by Reth David ATID members on
Friday at 8:15 p.m. The service
will be held in the Beth David
Chapel.
Conducting the Conservative re-
ligious service will be Mike Reeht
SChaffer, president; Bob Delson.
vice president; Sharron Silverman,
secretary; and Randy Ftihr. reli-
gii n consultant.
Beth David
Luncheon to Fete
Music Month
Jewish Music Month will be cele-
brated Wednesday, Mar. 16. by the
Beth David Sisterhood at its
monthly luncheon meeting in Spec-
tor Hall, according to Mrs. Albert
J Beer, cultural vice president.
Tenor Arthur Bartell. well-
known singer, will entertain with
selections from "Milk and Honey."
"Fiddler on the Roof" and other
Yiddish lolk songs. His accompan-
ist will be 1'aul Shelley.
Bartell, in addition to being a
Beth David Choir member, has a
background of synagogue music.
He was awarded a four-year full
scholarship to the University of
Georgia, and has performed in
musicals such as "Oklahoma" with
Gordon MacRae, ami "Carousel"
with John Raitt.
as ? Torah ich-aler, and his voi- mi tot refugei
umes ae conside-ed research >:s and needy TahiHidic scholars
classics. .'," .
\t, I be heard in .in
Rabbi SIh is in Miami in be- ..,!>.. >.iturday. 5 p.n> at Ja
ih. the Torah i!e- iob C ("hen i oinrounity Syna
iel S ciety, cf which he is fount] gogue. 1332 VV aditsjaton Ave
ST. Rabbi Silver said that the or Member- of the community are in-
anizat'on is now constructing a vited to attend.
Gen. Maxwell Taylor to be Speaker
At Wednesdays Temple Beth Am Forum
Gen. Maxwell Taylor will be
guest speaker at Temple Beth Am,
5930 No. Kendal Dr.. next Wednes-
day at 8:30 p.m.
Gen. Taylor is the second speak-
er in a series of three who has
been invited to the Beth Am For
lim. He will speak on the world's
major trouble spot today. Viet
Nam. His speech will be followed
by a question and answer period.
Gen. Taylor has gathered ex-
perience in virtually every area
of crisis: Sicily, Italy, post-war
Europe, Korea, and Viet Nam,
where he served as U.S. Ambas-
sador.
He is president Johnson's spe-
cial advisor on Southeast Asian
affairs, and he \yem chairman erf
the Joint Chl(fc*wktaif. 3
Art BuchwaJ^TRfcdtjipurnaig
and author, will be iheM-'orunis.
last speaker. Apr 17 The series
opened with Ralph McGill, editor
of the Atlanta Constitution, on
Jan. 26
Chairman of the forum com-
mittee is Dr. Morton Notarius
Mrs. Joshua Segal is co-chairman.
SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Under Rabbinical Supervision EAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS PARTIES Specioliiing in Home Catering and Hotel Work SOL WEISS
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Established in 7945
Famous
PARKING
FACILITIES
JE 1-3987
MIAMI
BEACH
.ih is the grand-
m Selevan. of Mi-
Shaw, Mrs. Salomon Will be Cited
At Ner Tamid Banquet Saturday
Musical Revue
Held at Cinema
"Four for Tonight," the musical
revue which boasts its share ol
zany, too. is currently feature i at
the Cinema Theatre on Washing-
ton Ave.
Talent includes Joan Curran,
Jerry N'ewbv. Juiie Rivero. and
Jimmy Carozza
The Yiddish-American vaude
ville theatre also stars Henrietta
lacob.-on and her actor husband.
Julius Adler. Leon Schachter is
impresario
WASHINGTON
'Restaurant
\OW Ol'i V 7 OAYS A WEEK
STAR Ww. Veg.& Fish Restaurant
EST. 1943 I'nder S.ime Management
SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER
NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMAN AN CHEESE BAGELS
I ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
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llegant Catering lor Bar Mitivahs, Weddings, and all Social functions
\.

SHAW
man L Shaw has been
! Man of the Year by Tern
''i Tamid.
iw, honorary vice preside nl
W Temple.
by the
mid B iard
at a
eting
a n n ii a 1
ta an
dual who.
8 the i
JBBar. "ex-
"npufied by liis
' ,fe devo-
the Tern'-
pU "
.'"'Anally from Newton. Mass .
where he was active in Temple
-inu-El there. Shaw is now a
"'inanent Miami Beach resident
*>th his wife, Sarah.
* nation will b made at the Ner
Imid annual banquet Mar. 12 at
>ne neauvUJe Hotel.
. "I'Spon.-orsof the banquet met
n's week to plan the affair Satur-
y evening In addition to the hon-
!'" sl,aw as -Man of the Year."
J* ''"a Salomon will be named
! of the Year."
sponsors are Mr. and Mrs.
gmuei Hiker, Mr, and Mrs. Wil-
Mj-. and Mrs. Louis
* and MB-:'Morris Cohen.
Mr and Mrs, tsidor Deemar. Mr
and Mrs Alex T E.g. Mr. and Mrs.
ilyman Eisenbaum, Mr. and Mrs
Harold Fa-!. Mr and Mrs. Sol
FrankeL Mr. and Mrs. Micliael
Glazier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
i. id-! in. Mr. and Mrs Prank
Goodman, Mr and Mrs Samuel
1. Greenfield. Mr and Mrs. B .1
Harris, Col. and Mrs. William ,1
Hams. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn.
Mr. and Mrs David Krause, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lieberman, Mr
and Mrs. Max Mensclul. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Miretzky, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Randman. Mr. and
Mrs Julius Resnidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex I. Rest. Mr. and Mrs. -Mau-
rice Revitz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rosen. Albert V. Rosenberg, Mr
and Mrs. Louis Rubinfeld, Mrs.
Rita Salomon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schmeltzer. Mr and Mrs. Harry
B. Schoener. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
L. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Murray A.
Shaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Simon, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Singer, Mrs. Fan-
nie Sklar. Mr and Mrs. Leonard
Solomon. Mrs Sadie Trosky. Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Wolach. Dr and.
Mrs. Daniel ZaUs. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice L. Zaretzfcy, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Zeman.
Matzoh Boasts
Highest Quality
Kosher for Passover Horowitz
Margareten Matzofa is once again
ready for the Passover season and
Seder ceremony,
Horowitz Margareten seal sym-
'jolizes the highest standards of the
firm's kashruth and quality for
which it has been noted since 1884.
Products, in addition to the
"MatZOh with the Taste." include
egg matzohs. tea mat/ohs, whole
wheat matzohs. as well as the Mat
zoh Shmurah lor the Seder.
Horcwitz Margareten also has a
full variety of Passover products
for the home during the Passover
season. ST.
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671
KREPLACH 'KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS 'CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
Continental tos Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Holl or Synogogue
Miomi't Only "Shomer Shnhhas" Kestauront Quality Par Excellent*
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744
Hospital Chapter
Pledge Luncheon
Annual pledge luncheon for
Miami Chapter. National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, is slated
for Tuesday noon at the Dupont
I Plaza Hotel.
Funds raised will go to the hos,-
- pital which accepts patients re-
tgardless of race, creed or color.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs
Fay. VVeintraub. Mrs Lester Flet-
cher and Mrs. Louis Wolfe
and CATERERS
940 71st ST. UN 6-6043
Specialists for Weddings,
Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions
HAROI D PONT and IR-V1N GORDON
GORDON and POINT
rm3 KOSHER CATERERS
I WHIP from hort d'ofuvri to como'^tp b|lf^*1
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
U"dr the *tnct luptrmion of the Uniteo Khru Anscciatlon of
Greater V.amiSuDervijing Rabbi: Habbi Abraham J Safra.
opfm unutf winntVC.S BAH MITIVAHS *t(fPTIONS
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Friday, March 11, 1968
American Jewish Congress to Sponsor
Stephen Wise Tribute Meeting Mar. 17
Rabbi Loon Kronish, president
of the South Florida Council and
national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress, an-j
nounced this week that a Stephen \
S. Wise tribute meeting celebrat-'
ing 30 years of American Jewish
Congress activity here will take
place Thursday. Mar. 17. 8 p.m.. in
the Algiers Hotel.
Featured guest is Stanley II.
Lowell, who will speak on "Free-
dom When?' Lowell has served;
for the past five years as chairman
for New York City"s Commission
on Human Rights.
A leadr in Jewish communal
and civic affairs, Lowell is na-
tional vice president of AJCon-
gress and has served as a
director of the Urban League of
Greater New York and of the Na-
tional Committee A/jainst Dis-
crimination in Housing.
He wrote the law brief of the
American Civil Liberties Union in
the United States Supreme Court
case which resulted in outlawing
the white primary'" 'n Texas in
1344.
Born in New York. Lowell was
graduated from the City College of
New York and from the Harvard !
Law School. In 1962. Ixnvcll parti
eipated in the first "American-Is-
rael Dialogue." sponsored by the
American Jewish Congress in
Jerusalem.
According to Rabbi Kronish. a
special request is being made to
past members of American Jewish
Congress to participate in tlus
celebration.
"It was 30 years ago that the
revered rounder of American Jew-
ish Congress, Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise, gathered together a small
group of people in Miami and
started American Jewish Congress
activities in this area." Rabbi
Kronish stated.
The tribute evening is being
sponsored by the constituent
groups of American Jewish Con-
gress in South Florida. In addition
to the South Florida Council, parti-
cipants are Florida Women's Divi-
sion. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, presi-
dent; Justine Chapter. Mrs. Sylvia
Silvers, president; Louise Wise
Chapter. Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque,
president; Miami-Coral Gables
Chapter. Mrs. Jeanette Stern,
president; North Dado Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter. Mrs. Sy Reese.
president, and the Metropolitan
Chapter, Bernard S. Mandler.
president.
Participating in the arrange-
ments committee are Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan, Jack D. Gordon. Mrs.
David Muskat. Mrs. Benjamin
Kamen. Joseph Nevel, Howaid
Hollander. Rabbi Max D. Lip-
schitz, Abe Gmnhut. Rabbi Morris
Kipper. Mrs. Fan Steinberg, Mrs.
Harold Jaffer, Mrs. Anna Breniu r
Meyers. Mrs. Leonard Sidersky.
Henry Gilbert. Mrs. Irving Quar-
tin. Rabbi Richard M E. Marco-
T Launches Asthma Rehab. Program;
Other Activities Include Tiny Tot Seder
Mrs. Stanley C Meyers, of Cora!
Gables, has been appointed chair-
man of the YM and WHA asthmat-
ic rehabilitation program, which
will be held at the "Y" beginning
this spring, announced Paul Faske, i
president. A special medical advis-
ory board, composed of local phy-
sician*, will help set standards for
this program.
The program at the "Y" will be
open to the entire community for
children age 7 to 14. Children will
be accepted on recommendation of
their own physician The program
will concentrate on special re-
spiratory exercises, breathing ex-
ercises, proper breathing patterns.
as well as postural exercises. It
will also highlight a general phys
ical education program to give the
youngster an attitude of confi-
dence and well-being. This will in-
crude instruction in tumbling,
gymnastics, use of special apparat-
us to develop and strengthen chest
muscles, wrestling and swimming.
The program will be supervised
by Al Tudor, director of health and
physical education at the "Y."

"Love European Style'
"Love European Style" will
be the topic of a talk by Leonard
Coleman, noted traveler, at the
"Y" Singles Social Club monthlv
meeting next Mondav. 8:30 p.m., at
8500 SW 8th St.
Celeman is a Miami businessman
who has traveled extensively. He
Dr. Lehrman Travels to Puerto Rico
And Palm Beach on Behalf of UJA
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
| address a meeting of the Puerto'
Rican Jewish community Tuesday j
in San Juan.
siANitr towfa
Dr. Lehrman. who is going to
Puerto Rico on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal, twice
served as chairman of the Greater
.Miami Combined Jewish Appeal
before assuming his current post
; oi campaign chairman.
A frequent visitor to Israel,
Dr. Lehrman hi a member of the
National Speakers Bureau of the
UJA.
vita, Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Palm Beach County tombine(!
Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Harold Jewish Appeal is honoring Dr.
Druker and Rabbi Sol Landau. Lehrman at an annual dinner Sun-
day, Mar. 20, in the Palm. Beach
Towers Hotel.
Miami Mayor Robert King Hi^h
also will be a guest at the function.
Purim Program
For Aviva Chap.
Mrs. Simon April, president
Aviva Chapter of Mizrachi, con-
ducted a morning board meeting
and 1 p.m. regular meeting at
Beth David on Monday.
Program featured Purim, with
t h e following participants Mcs-
dames Simon April. Elias Schoen-
berger. Fred Roseimveig. Nathan
Zeichner and Philip Goldberg.
Mrs. Abe Barkan gave the invo-
cation, and Nathan Zeichner of-
fered a musical program.
recently returned from a tour of
ltalx
Poverty Children
Teenagers of the YM and WHA
of Greater Miami will be host to'
elementary school age children
from low income neighborhoods as
part of a "Camp Day" on Sunday.
Mar 27, at the YM and WHA, 8500
SW 8th St.. it was announced by '
Mrs. Irving Wexlcr, chairman of
the senior high committee.
The "Camp Day" program has
been arranged in cooperation with
the office of Economic Opportunity
in Miami, reports Mrs. Jane Car-
ver, teen-age director of the "Y."
Activities for the day will in-
clude athletics, games, storytell-
ing, arts and crafts, reading, swim-
ming and swimming instruction.
The younger children will be
, served lunch.
Steering committee for the event
includes Bobby Wechsler, president
I of the Presidents Council; Sherry
, Flashman, Phi Sigma Tau; Myra
Wexler, Tri Beta; Bart Marantz,
Alpha Phi Pi; Ronnie Stevens,
Kappa Delta Pi; Fran Fodiman,
; Delta Psi Gamma; Eileen Traut-
: man, Sigma Delta Phi.

Tiny Tot Seder
Tiny Tot Seder will be enacted
by children of the early childrhood
development program at the Miami |
Beach "Y" on Friday, Apr. I, at
10 a.m.
Oi
ituarics
ROSNER
III *E, 70, ..f : h St., died
Mar : \ re
from
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CHOMITZ. Mi ii.i.l. IS, of His Sherl
dan Av. (Hi d Mar S Klvraid.
BARENSTEIN. Lon, 58, ..f 10190 E
Hay Harbor l>r Kervh In llaltl-
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ALBERTS. Robert I 7, of 7(20 Hard-
ing Avt" died M ir I IMv ralde
FRIEDMAN. Milton, SW
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GORDON. *o
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Sa^nY-
Wont Someone
Trust me?
There are times in life when one seems utterly and completely abandoned b\ ilic
human race ...
A woman's quavering voice on the telephone stated that her husband had passed
away. She had no funds for the funeral and there were neither family nor friend*
to assist. The two chapels she had already contacted, referred her to a welfare agency.
The woman was invited to our office and after a while a little elderly lady came in.
as fragile looking as old glass. She wanted her husband to have a funeral "just like
everyone else." Somehow the bill would be paid. Perhaps she could still work or
there might be some pension money though this was doubtful. But "won't someone
trust me?"
In the three generations of our existence, we have never turned anyone away. I he
services were conducted with the dignity traditional with our Chapels. Aftei the
interment, the lady was returned home in a chaulfered limousine.
We have always felt a special responsibility to the community and we
are grateful that it has responded by making Garlick Parkside trie
largest family-owned Chapels serving Jewish families.
NOW IN MIAMI BEACH
funnn DffCIO-s lor 76 Vm-s
J. S. GARLICK
MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
OF NEW YORK CITY
720-71 st St. at Indian Creek Drive UNion 4-3774
Represented by:
Blasberg Funeral Chapel, Larrie S. Blasberg, F O.
New York Branches Tel Are* Code 212
Brooklyn: Coney Island Ave. nr. Ave N ES 6-9485 Queens:
Bronx
Jerome Ave. nr. 170th St. LU 8-7970
Queens Blvd 4 66th Ave TW 6-9000
Manhattan 49 East Seventh St GR S-W**


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|, jlitan Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall officially de-
Mar. 7 through 11 as Hebrew Academy Week. Accept-
proclamation from Mayor Hall are (left to right) Mrs.
Buchsbaum. member of the journal committee fnr He-
:ev. Academy Women; Mrs. Charles Simon, program chair-
lar. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Board; and Mrs.
rr._el Rosner, Hebrew Academy PTA president.
Beth Israel's
Lecture Series
Ends Tuesday
Concluding lecture of this sea-
1 sons Torah Thoughts lecture ser-
ies sponsored by Beth Israel Con-
greuation will be held on Tuesday
evening in the Harry N. Schwartz
, auditorium of the synagogue.
Guest lecturer will be Prof. Lou.
1 is II. Peldman, professor of class-
ics at Yeshiva University in New
, York. His topic will be Hellen-
istic Alexandria and Contemporary
i American Jewry: Parallels and
Warnings."
Prof. Feldman has gained a
reputation both here and in Israel
for his .Jewish and general schol-
arship,
The series Included previous
talks by Rabbi Norman Lamm.
Rabbi Bernard A. Poupko, and
Rabbi Kmanuel Gettinger.
As an added feature, a round-
trip ticket for two to Israel will be
presented as a prize Tuesday
! night.
Rabi Bebrel Wein is spiritual
leader of the congregation, and
Moses J. Grundwerg is president
T-
LEGAL NOTICE
in thE.'&^&itVISmrt OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDITJTAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. fWC^jSO.
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Defendant
SUIT FOR OJVORCE
TO: OI-OIUA Mi'MZ l'.\l:i:ii'>'
S.'.Ol N't w York AvulUIr
I'll Inn City, N. J.i->
You Olorln Muni* Ltarrwni here-
by notified thiM n.liWioY Cnntplalnt
ror Divorce hBH I.....n filed ibrIjisI
\..n. nI you aii' I'Miiifl i" siTvt-
a copy of viiur Answer or I'leadlnit
In Hi>- I'.lll ..! Comiilalnl on tin I'lain-
llff's Attorney JaOk I. Kin-.- Suite
:,:,, ii:.ii s.w i srrent, Miami, EV>''-
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i he Ircoit *'m i '-i..... i. i.H .
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. r Group, 18th io be admitted into Miami Beach
ah, holds a "Freak the Eye Bank" party at
u Hofel, with proceeds going to Trachoma con-
the Hadctssah Med'cal Center of Hebrev/ Univeisity
isalem. Left to rii ht are Mcsdames Edward Saskin, chair-
of the day; 1'red Jona.-., orqanizer and president of the
and Harold Levey, prcgram chairman of the Eye-Bank
i!e Menerah To Give Scroll
v. i nofah's Sisl
Club will present a
Io Frank .1 Ma
. ion
i i i
Ji -. al its i.....i
Wed
temple.
hntutate
\y, at 10:30 a.m.. Tem-
. sent its annual
issembly in the social hall,
\ I \ Sick I'urim." will be
i with the following cast
iembers: Jack Levine, Denny
lanet Potash, Carol Sokolow.
'"'i.v Brash, Jeff Sandier, Steve
raidman and David Katz.
"In the Name of the Kins" an
eretta directed by Miss Selaine
;nuim, will feature the follow
'" ists: Bud Barth, Ellen
saner, Kim Gordon, Patty My-
M <' n a Cohen, Leslie Cohen,
r'i Cohen, Steve Hoffer and Su-
1 Arcintar, with speaking parts
en by Mark Richard, Monette
hi, Linda Knopman and Mike
nkman.
Magrath, a Catholic laj ;
and :i gra luah >: Notre Dame l 'r.
i\ n sjn .,. um .! I orship
.iu ii;.' death of
Re\ Max Karl.
i.\ Masrath wil1 he
lerhood is Ins
ienl \. lii i- iIn
\ |i on and a'ns; er >es
- .. i ... .: i | i.
lyei I .. ': : Tem-
ple Mel.mah.
' i .. s i > for the i-\ ening v ill be
Sohuman, pr<
of the Sisterhood, and Ben
. ',/.. Men's Club president.
Judge Schacht
Eyes New Bench
Judge Martin P. Shachat. who
sits as Judge Of the Dade County
Small Claims Court, has an-
nounced his candidacy for the of-
Hi e ol Judge ol the civil Court of
lii cord.
A 1951 graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami i aw Sch<
Shai hat has hi than 15.
hi lent to
the bench in
Florida since 19
s i'i two yean North
He is a -ar n combat
veteran and a member ol the Ji w-
ish War Veterans I he v <
i. ion, : | i ii ii cabled An
Veterans. Actively engaged i'i
< mmunity affairs, Judge Shachat
L treasuri r ol the North Miami
Oj
of the Knights ol Pythias, the
North Miami Beach Chamber ol
Commerce, the B'nai B'rith, and
past president ol the North Miami
Beach Blood Bi
Shachat's professional affilia-
tions include the Florida, Amen
: an, Dade County, North Dad
Associations, and Commercial Law
i eaguc of America. He lives !tli
his wife, Jewel, and their thret!
children in Noi th Miami Beai h,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN C"NCEHV.
No. 66C-2390
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PROF. 10UIS FC10M4N
Hoberman Studies
Surfside Taxes
Surfside Councilman Louis Ho- t
berman announced he is making a
complete study of all assessments
of commercial and residential
properties in Surfside.
A candidate for reelection in the
council race Tuesday. Hoberman
recently proposed, and his sup-
porters say he had unanimously
endorsed a resolution asking for. jnowi,", itoV-i, Sorti
an equalization of the Metro tax \ ihiuxkv nrTi*Hist>.\ i'iii-k
roll on Surfside properties. ,
He has asked lor a series of mill I vou nil you
meetings between Metro tax as-
sessor Rue Gewert and Frederick :xan-
Bcwen, Jr.. citj managei ol bun ,
side to bung about "a mere eqilll
able tax assessment of Surfside
ar council veteran. Ho-
- reputed i<> be "the on y
... i i
i,i. ;,,. 1 .-: ye ir I i oppose a
IIis vigoron
i i
Iming majoi ity i
i | pporti are.
- I ave alv ays
u ,i dde Lome and propi
iei -. ii" said, "and I ;
5ht to hold the taxes
down.
assbc .
ol Ja< k Justice, he said the future
of Surfside. Bay Harbor and Ba
IAN. i
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IN THE COUN"
IN AND FOR
FLOrt'D-'.
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NOTICL" TO CREDITORS
realtor in th< office \
'stice. he said the futur.
of Surfside, Bav llai lor and nai ...
a substan
tii ; increase in property vaiu e
with construction ol Interama to
itart in the m ar future, guarantee-
i ,.'. vitality in the area
LEGAL NOTICE

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rd Party For
f iicl Rescue Fund
ol(i" Men- ( hapter of Pioneer
ni,n. Mrs Abraham Seltzer,
Went, has a card party sched-
i for Wednesday, l p.m., at
lan Marsh Auditorium.
Iv Oscai Zelteer, vice presi-
an and a committee are in
''' ,,( 'he affair.
'""l|-- are earmarked for the
v u Re8cua Kund which,
, 0,l,h Alivah, provides funds
--"'"lial services for children
I aCI.
Kelso Scratched
At Gulfstream
Kelso. five-time Horse of the.
Year, was scratched early this
week from Saturdays $50.000-add-'
ed Donn Handicap at Gulfstream
Park.
Kelso'.s major objective of the
winter was the $100.000-added.
(Julfstream Park Handicap on Mar.
26.
Mrs. Richard C. duPont. owner
of the horse, admitted that Kelso
would probably be retired as a
consequence of "a very slight frac- \
lure" of his right sesamoid.
Invariably, such a fracture
means the end of a horse's ca-
reer. Now nine years old, it is
doubtful he will ever race again.
Kelso was only $22,104 short of
becoming the first horse in history
to earn $2,000,000
In Wednesday's second running
of the Orchid Stakes, hopefuls were
beaded by Aisco Stable's Native
Street. On Tuesday. Creme dela
Creme retained his undefeated
record at Gulfstream when he
reached the wire a half-length be-
fore Jubilance with B. Golden an
other half length further back in
the field of nine.
Forte Named
'Man c? Year1
. i ii
Smith I 'lot n i.i M
Ihe Year" award '.'.ill be given to
Michael Fi rt i, i a ionallj p 'em-
inent builder ani developer, on
Mar 19 at the Deauville Hotel,
Forte, developer of the Forte
Towers apartment complex on Buy
Rd., has been visiting Miami
Beach since he was a young man
and recognized the potential
growth of this area.
Sidney Siegel. executive director
for the Kosher Convalescent Home,
said that "the selection was deter-
mined by Forte's continued, con-:
scientious interest in the welfare
of his adopted community and by
his outstanding contributions."
Chairmen for the event are Jack
Stein and A. C. Fine. Congressmen
Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell.
are honorary chairmen. There will
be more than 500 guests attending.


I COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATL
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PAUL, KWlTNKY
AII"T-n.-> f' Kxioulrlx
ISO Lincoln lioail.
Uuunl Beach, Florida
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T Open House
Set Mar. 20
Second annual open house of 'he
YM and WHA of Greater Miami
will be held Sunday. Mar. 20. from
2 to 4 p.m.. at 8500 SW 8th St.
President Paul Flaske invites
all members and prospective mem
bers to view the facilities. The o:
ficers. board of directors, and var-
ious committees will be on band
to assist in the festivities.
There will be refreshments,
guided tours, and entertainment,
Special information booths will be
set up to provide guidance.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN l>OBATE
No. 70034-B
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COIUNNB 1.. UKIIMA-V.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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ty Courthouxe In DaiW *. nn t >. Plor-
lihi. witliln si\ cmlendar months from
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Dated nt Minim. Florida, this l'mIi
dao. of Pel mary, A.D. ISStf.
JEANBTTE MUIGHEN
As Administratrix
Elrnt publication of this noUi.....n
ih,- i ith iinv .a March, ISM.
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'S^WWMl M *U* HJKMKI
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'66 Combined Appeal Forges Ahead
Jewish Floridian
lianu, Florida. Friday. March 11, 1966
So^-ir~n r*
Varied Events Gear
To Make Big Goal
Director Speaks
,_*YJ
Harold Boswcilh congratulates Jacob
viiz, recipient of the second annual
: Award given by the Mercantile
of the Combined Jewish Appeal at
s annual luncheon. Looking on Heft
ere William S. Ruben, co-chairman
livision; Jay I. Kislak, general CJA
chairman; and Joseph E. Brooks, division co-
chainnan. A total of S76.935 has been raised
by the division to date, reflecting an increase
card for card of 37 per cent over last
year. In 1065, the division raised a total of
S85.000. The 1966 campaign Mercantile Divi-
sion goal is SI 10.000.
^
?-%**,
Arthur S Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, spoke to .members
of the Paints, Chemicals and Plas-
tic- Group of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal at an inaugural meet-
in;; ol the group's 1966 CJA cam-
paign on Monday, 8:30 a.m., in the
board room of Federation, 1317
Biscayne Blvd.
Co-chairmen tor Ihe kickoff ses-
sion were Robert Levin, Standard
i hemit-al Corp.; Samuel Stark Cen-
ter Chemical Co.; Jay Bearman,
Crown Paint Corp; and S. Ronald
B a r n e 11 e, Dimensional Plastics
Coi p.
Robert Russell and Sam Luby Jr
co-chairmen of the Manufacturing
and Transportation Division, of
which the Paints, Chemicals and
Plastics Croup is a key section, no-
ted that the group last year met its
quota, "and anticipates setting and
achieving a larger goal this year in
keeping pace with the outstanding
star! ol our entire drive this year."
Biscayne Point Residents
Three veteran leader- of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish community
accepted positions on the commit-
tee arranging a Combined Jewish
Appeal cocktail reception for resi-
dents ol Biscayne Point. The an-
nual part] was scheduled for 4:30
p.m., Tuesday, at the home
Of Mr and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar
golis, 1672 Daytonia Rd.
Milton Gaynor, Ezra Finegold
and Ben G i Her cooperated
with Mr. and Mrs. .1 I. (Cram in
arranging the gathering.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom,
and national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress spoke
at Hi" Biscayne Point parts
BARNETTt UVIN
Seocoosf Towers Breakfast
Or in ing Lehrman, chait m >
ol the campaign cabinet of
1966 Combined Jewish Appea .
will be guest of honor and p
pal .speaker at the annual I
fast held by residents ol Si a<
Towers South in behalf of the P" >
CJA.
The meeting is scheduled foi
a.m., Sunday, Mar. 13. in the & i
coast Towers South Rose Room
Ben Essen, long-time Greate
Miami civic and religious lead,
has been named chairman of the
Seacoa-t Towels South Committi I
by Byron .1 Topol and Daniel Neal
Heller, co-chairman of the CJA'*
high rise division. Essen, past
president of Temple Judea and
former ('oral Cable.- chairman for
State Of Israel Bonds, has been x
Leader for the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation for many years
Essen named a committee coir
posed ot Miami Beach communal
workers to assist him in plans I -
the breakfast
Committee members include i
seph L. Arkin, Joseph Ash. Max
Berkoff, Samuel Herman. Le Blatt. Harry Brin, Sigmund Daw
er, Dr Morn- Dick. Herman Hi
ler, Michael Ketchel, Sol Klein,
Ralph l.achman. Philip Moss,
Maury S. Olinick, Louis E Pallot,
David Rosenstein, Joseph s Sej
and Irving Wagner.
^Mm Tickets to 'Evening With Max Lerner'
Going Rapidly, JFCS President Declares
j
jlmpcnant Lawyers Division of the 1966 CJA
Icttratt top-level talent to map campaign strat-
egy lor Dade County attorneys. Seated (left
|lo right: are George Talianoff. co-chairman of
trades and professions; Judge Sam Silver,
choirman of the Lawyers Division; Milton
_
Weiss, campaign vice chairman. Standing (left
to right) are Jules Arkin, chairman of Miami
Beach lawyers; Richard B. Stone, co-chairman
of Miami lawyers; Robert H. Traurig. chair-
man of Miami lawyers; and Daniel Sepler,
chairman of Hialeah attorneys.
[Seminary Prof. Ends Beach Series
'r Bernard Mandelbaum. pro-
I08' "I the Jewish Theological
'Hunan of America, was final
peakci in thig year's Breakfast,
f""'ni Series of Temple Emanu-
fj n Sunday morning, 10:15 a.m.,
last week, at the North Branch;
IP!u pus is uij,/. uo uinuoiipny
Ins Avc,
I N"u in its fourth year, the cur-
pt Breakfast Forum Series was1
pn the theme. -The Jew and His ;
peignbor."
J*e series, directed by Dr. Ir- |
8 Lehrman, the congregations;
vintiial leader, opened on Sun- i
b. 13. with Dr. Robert
Gordia speaking on "The Attitude
of Judaism Toward Other Faiths "
On Feb. 20. Dr. Max Arzt discuss-
ed Judaism and Christianity A
20th Century Confrontation."
Dr. Mandelbaum's theme was
"Ecumenicism Within Judaism
The Challenge of Diversity and
Unity."
Dr. Mandelbaiim is also associ-
ate professor in homiletics on the
faculty of the Rabbinical Depart
ment." For the past several years,
Dr. Mandelbaum has worked in
close association with Dr. Louis
Finkelstein. Seminary chancellor
George J. Talianoff was chair-
man of the Breakfast Forum. Ser-
ving with him were Mr. and Mrs.
Max Boderman. Mrs. Leonard Ab-
ramson, Judge Frederick Barad.
Mrs. Harold J. Brooks. Mrs. Alvin
S. Cawn. Mrs. George Goldberg.
Abe Green. Samuel J. Halperin.
Dr. and Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Moms
Lapidus. Dr. Herman R. Mechlo-
witz. Jack S. Popick. Mrs. Charles
Rosenblatt. Oscar J. Rosenstrauch,
Irving Schatzman, Mr. and Mrs.
' Herbert S. Shapiro, Harold J. Se-
I gal. Milton Sirkin, Michael Taines,
and Mrs. Philip F. Thau.
Max B .< n president of Jew-
sh Family and Children's Service,
-aid Wednesday thai tickets are
the Evening
With Max Lerner" scheduled by
IFCS 20 at the Dupont
Hotel
i aid thai Lerner will ap-
pear before the community again
by popular demand.
"Last year, his address here
attracted some 900 persons,"
the JFCS official declared. "This
year, he is expected to discuss
the worldwide political scene."
Leon Fisher, executive director
of the agency whose program in-
cludes marriage counseling, foster-
care, adoptions, a home for emo-
tionally-disturbed children and
homemaker service, said "this is
absolutely not a fund raising
event."
Fisher said "'we are simply
sponsoring a worthy cultural eve-
I ning as we have in the past. Dr.
Lerner's previous appearances in
1 Miami have been so exciting and
successful, that we were glad to
accede to the demand for his re
iturn."
Professor of American civiliza-
tion and world politics at Brandt-is
, University, and a world-renowned
newspaper columnist and author.
Lerner will be guest of honor at a
; dinner for members of the JFCS
' leadership prior to the lecture set
tor 8 p.m
"Tickets are limited and on a
first-come, first served basis." Co-
gen warned.
Lerner has traveled as a jour-
nalist and scholar to every part
of the world, and his datelines
include the major capitals of
Europe, Africa and the Middle
East. He will address the com-
munity gathering in the As-
sembly Room of the Dupoi--
Plaia.
S is a men a get c;
i le I oui
the Greater M iami Jew ish Fedi
lion.
JWV Auxiliary
Elecv:; Mew S!?ie
Wesl Miami La "lies' Auxiliary
223 Jewish War Veterans, was t<
hold its regular meeting on Thurs-
day, 8:1") p.m., al the home of Mrs
Joseph Achtman, president. 6741
SW 27th St.
Evening agenda was to include
election of officers and completion
of the donor program.
MAX COGfN


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Friday. March 11.19
Rabbi Adams to be Guest Speaker Mar. 13
At Sky Lake Synagogue Dedication
CJA Activities in Pictorial Review
Dr. Theodore l Adams, spiritual
leader of Ohab Xodi/k Congrega-
tion of Manhattan, NY. will bo
iiuesi speaker at Ihe dedication
supper at Sky Lake Synagogue on
Sunriax. Mai 13
The affair, scheduled for 7 p.m..
..ill be preceded by a cocktail
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18U51 NE L9th Ave., No. Miami
Beach
Rabbi Jonah E. ('apian, spiritual
leadei of Skj Lake Synagogue, will
dedicate all honorials and memo-
rials donated to the synagogue.
Rabbi Adams is one of the
foremost rabbinic leaders on 'he
American Jewish scene, having
served two years as president of
the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America and laler as picsi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of A-nenc.i, also for a two-year
rerm.
R .;
Ves I :
the Aniei
'
Rabbi Adams
ai Ben-D I a I
Yes niv< rsitj in 1950 He
currei ves a- chairman ol
irs Commit
the Sj nagogut i ouncil ol
- '! Skj Laki Synago
me to be honored at the event in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I'
Tunick. Mr. and M:- Stai j Kes
lin. Mr. an Mrs Asheri I
Mr- Raphael Levi,
. Mi Jack Kernfield
; irovitz, Mr and
' -'.::,. .'.!i and Mr- N :
crman, Mr ...
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the Sisterh
ley Ki '.he dedication,
Flcnmng for synagogue activity in behalf oi
the Combined Jewish Appeal brings together
seoted left to right) Rabbi David Golovensky,
chairman of the Rabbinical Advisciy Council
of the UJA; Rabbi Zeiig S. Chinitz, national
synagogue director; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of
Temple Israel, CJA rabbinical chairman.
Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Sc
Schifi, executive vice president of the R
ical Association of Greater Mian
Jonah Caplan, president of the Rob:.....'.
sociation; and Harold Thurman. lav ch<
of the CJA Synagogue Division. N:
is Leo Eisenstein, co-chairman.
Brotherhood Sets
March Events
At Beth Am
Monthly meetini ol B e I ii Am
theihood was held o
the > ol
i

i I mem bei will
isiness a ji n 'a
Maci
or the
breakf; I i be
Mar 13, 10 a.m in I
Cues I speaker will be
Milton A. Friedman His
subject will be "Reflectioi
Anti-Semitism
Alvin Rose and Mace) Schaffer
are accepting reservations for the
Brotherhood dinner dance at the
Barcelona Hotel on Sunday. Mar.
2u, at 7 p.m.
king over prospects in the General In
one Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal
a leaders of the solicitation i
vclving both brokers and agents. Seated (left
to right are Milton Weiss, CJA vice cl
I. B. ':
Stai
[. Gaynor, ]
Solomon Gladstein, new as-
sociate director of Mount Si-
nai Hospital, came to Miami
Beach frcm Sinai Hospital in
Baltimore. Md. Gladstein
holds a BA degree from the
University of Chicago and at-
tended the Graduate School
of Business Administration at
the University of California
at Los Angeles. He is a mem-
ber of the American College
of Hospital Administrators.
Development
Names Director
Robin Rich, president of Royal
Palm Beach Acres. Inc.. largest
land development on Florida's
East Coast, this week announced
the appointment of Harry Sacks
as director of administration for
the 85-sq. mi Royal Palm Beach
development.
Sacks, wiio has been active in
real estate and land development
in the Miami area since 1956. was
formerly executive director oi
n Corp.. one of the first
companies to initiate a propertj
trade in program.
The Royal Palm Beach
property lu idi a tj West oi Palm
Beach and !- comprised ot 55,000
Along v. ,th acreage de
inent unique condominium -
by world-famous Victoi
Gruen, are being constructed
Also, the largest cftrus move in
the United States is now under
way on a 12.000 acre portion of
the land
Long one of the most active in the Combined M. Baumcnn, chairman. Standing (left to n
Jewish Appeal annual effort to support over- aie Dr. Barry D. Meiselmcn. co-chairinnn;
sea;,, national and local agencies, a Dentists Elliot Gordon, co-chairman this year, and 1
Division planning sessicn brings together chairman; Dr. Gerald Wernick, co-chcum
these top peisonnel. Seated (left to right) are end Dr. George A. Graham, co-chairmen.
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth. co-chairman; Dr. Carl


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Friday. March 11.1966
*Jen1st Muriafiaun
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Bridge Gulf Between Word and Deed,
Dr. Stanford Tells Brotherhood Dinner
A plea to expand the definition
<>l brotherhood and a charge that
there is a "tremendous gulf be-
tween precept and practice in the
religions even as they espouse the
noble sentiments of brotherhood"
highlighted an address by the
president of the University of Mi-
ami last wees.
Speaking before a record attend-
ance of more than 600 persons at
the 14th annual Brotherhood Din-
ner of the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, Dr. Henry King Stan-
lord called for the expansion of
brotherhood "to deal with men as
they are on their present low rung
on the ladder of spiritual evolu-
tion."
Dr. Stanford's talk, which will
be placed in the Congressional
Record by U. S. Sen George A.
Smathers, highlighted a dinner
at which Smathers, John N. Ser-
bin and Frank J. Rooney re-
ceived Silver Medallion Broth-
erhood Awards.
Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, of
Christ Episcopal Church, was
awarded a special citation for dis-
tinguished achievements in the
field of human relations. Max
Orovitz served as awards chair-
man, with Harry Hood Bassett.
general dinner chairman.
The dinner kicked off national
observance of Brotherhood Week,
sponsored by NCCJ tor the 31st
consecutive year. Feb. 20 to 28.
Bassett said the SlOO-a-plate func-
Ad Firm Forms
New Organization
Advertising by Personally Yours.
Inc.. a division of Personally Yours
Inc., luis discontinued business.
Jerome Beigel, former manag-
ing director of the advertising
' / subsidiary, revealed that through
mutual agreement with Ben Levin,
owner of Personally Yours, the di-
vision will no longer be active.
All former clients of the agency
will be serviced by the newly-
formed Advertising Directors. Inc..
One Lincoln Road Bldg. Beigel is
president, and will continue on
with present staff.
Irving "Pinky" I'incus, a vet-
eran of 16 years in this area, will
continue as art and creative di-
rector. Jane Naar. secretary of the
corporation, continues as publicity
director, and Pearl Donald, who
has been media director for sev-
eral of Greater Miami's top adver-
tising agencies, has been named
to a similar capacity in the firm.
the best
tion at the Fontainebleau Hotel
was the largest Brotherhood Din-
ner held in tne United States dur-
ing Brotherhood Week.
"What comfort can oppressed
minorities take from lofty declara-
tions about brotherhood if the sen-
timents fade into oblivion with the
sound of the prophet's voice? On
we blamed the reviled and down
trodden for despairing when reli-
gion, having become institutional-
ized following the founder's pro-
nouncements, has actually justi-
fied the existense of caste systems?
But we need not confine our ex-
amples to India. I have heard se-
gregation defended by protV ssinjj
Christians as a divine order You
need only substitute the won! se-
gregation tor slavery in the news-
papers of the South from 1850 to
1860 to bring their rationalization
Of a caste system up to date 100
>'iii- later," Dr. Stanford asserted
"The challenge to us brother-
hood diners, as it is to every
apostle of brotherhood, is simply
to practice it. Intellectual assent,
which we all trecly give when \\c
are caught up in the warm glow
of the banquet table or the stir-
ring eloquence of pastor, rabbi
or priest, is a passive concept.
"It is just acceptance. It is
belief unignited. Our challenge
then is to transfer belief into
faith; for faith is demonstrated
when the concept becomes the
act; when what say say we be-
lieve becomes part of our daily
living."
Arrangements for the dinner
were made bv the Florid;! Region
of NCCJ, of which Richard Wolf-
son, William Gaither and C. Clyde
Atkins are co-chairmen. Serbin
and former Sen. Harry P. Cain arc-
national board delegates. Frank
Magrath is state director, and
Gerald Schwartz is associate di-
rector of NCCJ. Mrs. Finest
Chernoff is office manager.
Planning preparation of songs and parodies for the Great So-
ciety Luncheon of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on
Wednesday, Mar. 16, at Westview Country Club are Lyn
Duddy and Al Bressler, two of the writing staff of the Jackie
Gleason Show, in the study of Cantor David Conviser, of
Beth Sholom, who will produce the playlet, "Sisterhood
A-Grow-Grow." Mrs. Aaron M. Reder is chairman of the lunch-
eon.
Sky Lake Synagogue Honors Donors
THERE ARE
REASONS WHY MAIL
FOR JAMESTOWN, ALA.
CAN BE MISSENT..
X- Jamestown, Ark.
X- Jamestown, Coltt.
* Jamestown. Colo.
-X- Jamestown, Ind.
X- Jamestown, Kans.
* Jamestown, Ky.
X- Jamestown, Lo.
X" Jamestown, Mich.
X- Jamestown, Mo.
* Jomestown. N. Y.
X- Jamestown, N. C.
X- Jamestown, N. Dak.
X- Jamestown, Ohio
X- Jamestown, Po.
-X- Jamestown. R. I.
X- Jamestown, S. C.
-X* Jamestown, Tenn.
X- Jomestown, Vo. t
When you use ZIP Code in
your address, your corre-
spondence is more likely to
wind up in the right James*
town. ZIP Code adds ac-
curacy to your mail.
Four members of Sky Lake Syn-
i agogue were honored Sunday at a
' breakfast in the home of Rabbi and
Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan.
They were Mr. and Mrs Irving
1 I.aufer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korn-
feld. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moro-
' vilz and Mr. and Mrs. David Lit
man.
i
Rahbi Caplan singled them out as
"builders of Sky Lake Synagogue
| who. by virtue of their sacrificial
; efforts, constructed the synagogue
with the labors of their hands,
when we moved into our present
quarters. 18151 NE 19th Ave .
North Miami Beach."
They were presented with
plaques by the president of the
congregation. Daniel P. Tunick.
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Students of the Beth David Reii
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The following teen ^s;<-rs. pre-
pared by I.ouis Geden dtanti
XegillaJi Mitch*!) Berger. Joel
I man Roberl
Rachline. Norman Rosenkranz.
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David Sternhein, Richard Waas.
and David Weiner.
The following introduced the
chapters in English Marsha Co'.l
ton. Jean Eichenbaum Rosemary
Falk. Susan fii'bert. Marley Jor-
dan. Deborah Kitman. Karen Rod-
man, I^slie Stein. Jill Yaszoda
Cantor Willum W Upton led
the congregation in Purim MM
prior to the reading of the Megil-
lah. The traditional reading of tiie
Megiilah by Nathan Zeichner
were held in the Herbert E Seller
Chapel at 7 p.m.
Under the direction of Mr- Leo
Braver-man. chairman of room
mothers, tne sisterhood distri-
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HARRY BARRON
Barren to Head
Foundation
By Special Report
\F'.V YORK Han ; Ba n
has i r-a led executive dii I i
ol ilu National i ound il
Jev lib t'lturc, 'I w:>- anno;
th- v .. He ha sen ed a e tec-
i i lirector oi the .' w i li 'A el
fare federation of New Orleans
fo th pasl decade.
Barron succeeds Dr. Judah .1
Shapiro who now serve as a on
sultant to the Foundation,
The Foundation was estab-
lished in 19S9 as a result of ac-
tion taken by th General As-
sembly of the Co jncil of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
It provides assistance, guidance
and support to Jewish agencies
and institutions in the field of
Jewish culture, initiates and fi-
nances Projects and advises local
communities on Jewish culture.
Prior to serving in his New Oi-
lcans position, Barron was execu-
tive director of the Jewish Com-
munity Federation in that city.
" 1 Before his service in Cleveland,
In was a full-time faculty member
'Search associate at the Grad-
uate School for Jewish Social
Work, executive director of the
Jewish Community Center in
Bridgeport, Conn., executive direc-
tor ot the Bureau of Jewish Em-
plo; men! Problems in Chicago,
and a-sistant director of the Pres-
idi nl Fair Employment Practices
1 : mittee.
Acad. Students
Score Very High
In Tests Here
Hi suits of a Sequential Test of
I lucational Progress (STEP) re-
Ci My administered to students of
' de 4 through 9 at the Hebrew
Vcademy of Greater Miami show-,
ed that Acadamy students "had a
higher overage score than virtual-
1} all the schools in the United
States."
Robert Hendricks. the
oat's educational consultant.
i aid the STEP test requires stu-
'" its to apply their knowledge
and skills to the solution of prob-
I' tns in four areas: reading, math-
ematics, science, and social stud-
it-
The test results indicated a
steady growth in all areas from
fourth to ninth grades with the
highest scores being recorded in
reading," he added.
The results will be used for Im-
proving counseling, and teaching,
and administrative supervisory
purposes in curriculum and ill-
s'met ion.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the school, said that "the
evidence now available seems to
indicate that such achievement
tests are satisfactory predictions
ol academic success."
Yiddish Expert At
Saturday Forum
Jacob Katz, lecturer on Widdish
literature was guest speaker at
the weekly Yivo Forum of Greater
'.'ami on Saturday in the David
Tuiski Cultural Center, 842 Wash-
ington Ave.
Katz discussed "Chaim Grade
Poet and Prose Writer."
The Men Who Made Pepsi-Cola Grow
The progression of the Ameri-
can i'.cverage Corp., owners of the
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Miami. Inc..
from the dream of an almost pen-
niless Imm grant in 1914 to a na-
t'onal o.ganization recording more
than Sid million in sales in 1965, is
ih? saga of American opportunity.
Jusl 50 years ago. Nathan Harry
Dark;., who came to the U.S.A. in
1911 from Europe, decided that,
in addition to being a piouuce
huckster in the daytime, he would
supplement his income by putting
up bottled soft drinks at night.
Today he is chairman of the
board of American Beverage Corp.,
the nation's second largest bottler'
ol PepM-Cola. ABC has bottling
plants in Miami. Akron, Dayton
and Voungstown, (>.. and Houston,
Tex.
His sons, who helped their fa-
ther in business as small chil-
dren in Youngs'own, today are
running the entire operation
Ju I US Darsky a s president of
ABC, and Joe as vice president.
My ambil on when I started."
- the octogenarian father, who
no* lives in .Miami Beach, was to
sell 5,000 cases of soft drinks a
year. Now we sell that many in
half an hour."
Julius, chief executive officer
of ABC. u h i c h is listed on the
American Stock Exchange, al-
though 84 percent of the stock is
owned by the Darsky family, oper-
ates from Akron Brother Joe lives
in Houston, where he is president
and general manager of Golden
Age Beverage Co., an ABC subsid-
iary.
By the early 1930s, father Na-
than Darsky had established the
Golden Age Beverage Company in |
Youngstown and had sent his twoi
sons through t h e University of,
Pittsburgh. His daughter. Dorothea,
had married the late Carl Lock shin |
Julius, Joe and Carl teamed up j
with Nathan Darsky to put the en-'
tire family effort into expansion of
the bottling business in the
Youngstown area.
Their success there was so rapid i
that by 1937, they were able to:
purchase the Pepsi-Cola franchise
in the Akron area and to build a
plant there one of the finest of
its time. It was designed for eight
trucks and now handles 60. This
was the family's first connection
with Pepsi-Cola.
The year 1940 was a big one for
the Darsky family. They bought
one plant in Houston. Tex., on
Jan. 1. and another in Youngstown
on Dec. 7.
In Houston, the family pur-
chased the Pepsi-Cola plant and
franchise from the parent Pepsi
firm in New York. Later, the
franchise was sold back to the
Pepsi-Cola Company, but the
Darskys kept their Houston
plant and under the name of
Golden Age Beverage Company
are now one of the largest soft
drink bottlers in the Houston
area.
At the end of 1940, Golden Age
Beverage Company of Youngstown,
the original Darsky plan, bought
the Pepsi franchise and plant of a
former competitor, the J. F. Gier
ing Bottling Co., of Youngstown.
With Julius heading the Akron op-
eration, and Joe running the new
plant in Houston, brother-in-law
Carl Lockshin took over as gener-
al manager of the combined Golden
Hadassah Holds
Two Luncheons
Kadimah Group of Hadassah
sponsored an Eye Bank luncheon
at the New England Raw Bar,
12727 Biscayne Blvd.. on Monday
at 11:30 a.m.
Proceeds will go to the cure of
trachoma. Mrs. J. Gralenstein is
1 chairman.
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Morton Towers Group of Hadas-
sah held an Ima luncheon at
the home of Leonard Davidson,
; Morton Towers, on Monday at
noon.
Mrs. Celia Rosenblatt is Ima
j chairman, and Mrs. Emanuel
i Mentz is president.
Age and Pepsi Plants in Youngs-
town, one of the biggest bottling
plants for a city of that size in the
nation.
When Carl died in 1952, his son,
Bertram I.oekshin. followed in his
footsteps and is now vice presi-
dent and general manager of the
Youngstown subsidiary.
During the decade after acqui-
sition of the Houston plant and the
expansion in Youngstown, the Dar-
skys consolidated their interest,
and stressing internal (or as Julius
terms it "horizontal") exnansion,
added to their soft drink lines.
In July. 1952. however, the next
step in vertical" expansion took
place Golden Age Dayton Corp., a
new subsidiary, purchased the
Peost-Cola Bottling Co. of Davton.
Ohio.
Herbert (i Paige, who had been
with Golden Age in Akron, was ap
pointed vice president and genera!
ai jer for the Dayton operation.
ih's sparked tremendous growth
In that area," says Julius Darsky.
"Herb Paige did one of the out-
standing jobs in the entire soft
drink industry while he was in
Dayton and increased sales five
fold."
Pa ge, 36, is a veteran of 15
ears in the soft drink industry. He
has worked in every phase of the
business as a route salesman,
on the bottling line as a tilling ma
chne operator, as a fork lift driver,
and as a syrup maker.
Born in C'eveland, O., on De-
cember 5, 1929, he moved with
with his family to Akron, O., at
an early age ant" attended public
school in that city. Later, he was
a cadet during his high school
years at Riverside Military Aca-
demy, Gainesville, Ga.
Upon graduation from Riverside
in 1947. Paige worked with his fa
ther's construction firm in Akron:
for a year before entering the Uni.'
versify of Akron, where he studied \
civil engineering for three years.
In November. 1951. he went to
work for the Golden Age Bever-'
age Company of Akron. The owners!
of Golden Age bought the Pepsi- j
Cola plant in Dayton. O., in August.
1952 and Paige was named produc-'
t'on engineer for the Dayton oper-'
ation.
In February. 1954 he was named
to head the Dayton Pepsi plant a^
general manager. Between that
time and April. 1962. sales in Day '
ton under his leadership quad-
rupled.
He is married to the former .Miss
Joan Darsky, of Akron. They reside
at 11055 Parade'a. Coral Gables,
with their two children. Linda 8.
and Jimmy 5.
Active in civic and charitable af-
fairs. Paige served during the past
year as a group chairman of the
I nited Fund of Dade County and is
currently a member of the board
of directors of the Anti-Defamation
I-eague of Florida. Temple Israel
of Miami and the Miami YMHA.
i
In August, 1959, the family.op-
erated enterprises officially went
into the big business category
when thty merged their inter-
ests wiih the American Beverage.
Corporation of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
which had a listing on the Amer-
ican Stock Exchange. The assets
of the Golden Age group being
far greater than those of ABC,
the family acquired a majority
of the stock in the New York
firm.
Later, in May. 1961. American
Beverage Corporation sold its
Brooklyn assets to a group known
as New York American Beverage
Company, which has no connection
with ABC.
Since 1957. the Pepsi Cola parent
firm in New York had been op-
erating its Miami franchise
under the name of Pepsi-
Cola Bottling Company of Miami.
This firm was originally owned
by the late Harold Pelton for 20
years before he sold it to the par-
ent company. When Pepsi-Cola de-
cided to sell its Miami franchise
back to an independent operator
it tapped the Darskys by now
proven successes at soft drink bott-
ling in general and Pepsi Cola in
particular.
NfMCtT PA\Gl
NATHAN DARSKY
JULIUS DARSKY
American Beverage Cororation cess in Davton. Herb Paige was
organized Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of chosen bv ABC ,0 hcad up its nev
Miami Inc.. which bought the fran- Miami 01)CratJon as vice presid.
chise from the parent Pepsi-Cola and general manager. He is aI->
firm in April. 1962.
d on his record of sales sue- Corporation
secretary of American Beveraza
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Friday, March 11. 1366
'Digs and Pins1 Installation Set
First annual "Digs and Pins"
installation of officers for ShnU -m
B'nai B'rith, will be held
ai the Duponl Plaza Hotel on Sun-
rJaj evening, Mar 27 Program
chairman is Mel Haber.
Written and directed by Eleazer
Greensti in, "Digs and I'm-' will
lampoon (ho leadership and mem
bership (i the lodge in a social
evening that will also sec the in-
stallation of now officers for the
7 pro: ram year,
Greenstein i> a 15-year resident
of Coral Gables and ha- spent a
lifetime in amateur theatre, He
lias written and directed three foil
Pictured at the recent banquet of the South recording secretary; Arnold Fein, president; musical comedies for Temple Beth
Flor.da Chapter of the College of the City of Dr. Buell F. Gallagher, president of CCNY, Am. and Temple Both Sholem, Ho
New York here are (left to right1 Lawrence guest speaker; Harry Zukernick, vice presi-
Gould, ticket chairman; Sheldon Rosenbeig, dent; and Aaron Goldman, treasurer.
X tfft : IM lit L
Mrs. Morton Lieberman (right) presents a
check ior SI8 to Mrs. Leonard Adler, PTA
chairman, representing her birthday present,
s "Chai Leal" oi the Hebrew Academy "Tree
of Life" in honor of her daughter, Debra, and
the Academy's 18th birthday. Students of the
North Miami Beach Branch of the Hebrew-
Academy display their classroom's "Tree of
Life" in the background. Standing (left to
right) are Judith Anne Mellman, David Renzer,
Steven Klein, Meryl Gross, Allan Baitcher,
Gregory Engelman, Mitchell Scherfer, Michael
Ralby and David Stern.
Kosher Home May be Getting Kill-Burton Assist
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Sidney Siegcl. executive director
oi the community-sponsored insti-
tution, noted that the legislators
have requested appropriations
from the Hill-Burton Fund, a gov-
ernment-applied fund for non-
profit medical and nursing institu-
tions such as the Jewish Convales-
cent Home
This will b* the first time in
the Home's eight-year history
that it has received any funds
other tiian private donations.
Both Pepper and Fascelt, who
are exoected to attend the
Home's annual "New Horizons"
dinner on A/lar. 19 at the Deau-
vilte Hotel, have visited the in-
stitution at its present location
on 310 Collins Ave.
The new funds, if granted, will
go towards the building of a S5(K).
000 new. modern facility which is
scheduled to begin construction in
in id-April. The new building,
which will have an immediate bed
capacity of 100. expandable to 150
at a future date, will contain all
of the latest geriatric equipment.
The third annual New Horiz-
, ons" dinner will have a two-fold
purpose this year, Siegel said. In
addition to acting as the Home's
main fund-raising function, "it
will signal the beginning of a new
era in Bikur Cholim's history', with
the announcement of the scheduled
groundbreaking for the new build-
ing."
Pepper. Fascell and an estimat-
ed 7(H) miests will witness a pres-
entation of the Home's "Man or
the Year Award to Michael Forte.
local builder and developer
Home Awards Contract Here
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Scsmour Drexler. of Coral Ga!
The new building will be lo-
cated directly adjacent to the
Home's now outmoded facility
at 310 Collins Ava., Miami Beach.
T'-e structure, which will inr'u^e
on-ife covered parking, wi.' be
a^ :p ible for furlher expansion
as r
b lil
exl
lent a n d furnish
have been raised thi
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Now in it- eighth year of opera
tion. the Home will sponsor its
third annual '"New Horizons" din-
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19 Slated for the institution's an.
nual Man of the Year" Award at
that time is Miami Beach Builder
and civic leader, Michael Forte.
has ;iN<> volunteered his talent to
the B'nai B'rith, ORT and the
Masonic Lodge In Miami.
Participant- in the production
include Claude Fichcl. incoming
president of Sholem Lodge; Milton
Hahn. outgoing president; Eli
Hurwitz. past president, and pres-
ent national commissioner of the
Vocational Guidance Department
of B'nai B'rith; Saul Blake, editor
of the the lodge newspaper; Mel
Haber and Judge Milton A Fried-
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and a past presidi nt of Distrioi -
Grand Lodge
Mrs. Mel Haber and Mrs Eloa
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Administration ol the progr?m
and arrangements arc being hJ
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Temple Adalh Yeshurun Junior Choir partici-
pated in services last Friday night. First row
lleft to right) are Gilbert Goodman, Donny Sil-
ver, Robert Solomon, Marc Schecter, Leon
Holtz, Howard Levenson. Second row are
Barry Goodman, David Skup, Marc Morris,
Mark Miller. Third row are Susan Miller, Su-
san Weinberger, Judith Cohen, Sandra Gold-
stein.
Union Leader
To Head League
By Special Report
NEW YORK Ben Goldberg,
union loader, was elected national
commander of the American Vet-
erans of the Jewish Legion, lie
succeeds Judah Lapson, Jewish ed-
ucator, holder of the office since
105!).
Goldberg, who has been in la-
bor leadership for more than 30
years, is president of the Floor
Coverers Union Local 2241. AFL-
CIO. lie was an official of the
New York state Federation of La-
bor.
In World War I, Goldberg served
in the 3<>th Battalion of the Royal
Fusclicrs. a unit of the Jewish
Legion which fought under Gen.
Edmund Allenby's command for
treeing Palestine from the Turks.
BIN GCID8RG
lion to Goldberg, includes Herman
Woskow, first national vice coin
mander; Henry Pindeck second na
tional vice commander; Hi' Joseph
Ahrainy. quartermaster
Tanks Politically Important \
JERUSALEM (JTAi The
State Department's recent dis-
closure that tin- United states has
>old a number of Patton tanks to
-rail led Israeli sources here this
i ek ! -i i in';, aspect of the transaction
i-as its most important aspect, it
ilsn had considerable political im-
i i lance.
I hi se mrccs said that the State
lepartment stand that the trans-
action was meant to prevent an
inns imbalance in the Middle
Easi reaffirmed United states
nition of the need lor Israel
u maintain a reasonable military
i) as a deterrent to aggres
-i< ii
These sources noted that the
Stale Department had indicated
that the decision to provide the
tanks were made several
months ago, meaning that it was
aror.pt-d by Ihe imbalance that
then existed. Since then,
d, Er-vpt had received
l wL,ipons and other
countries had received
lonniiitments from th
I itrs and Britain which
' i^sed ihe imbalance
ably,
njton, i; I
:n, New York Den i ic
if tl u ; !.-!
nittee, commendi
irtmenl lor pi. licl> .*i
iiiicing Hi,, sale ol tank- am
militarj equipment lo is
Hid thai he learned ol i ie
' "is some time ago and
I that the news he released
> 'lir state Department hecai.se
\r.di intelligence was already
aware of the deal and that an- United Stales has sought to avoid
nouncemenl would serve notice on becoming a major supplier of arms
to any country in the Near East.
Welcomt Wagon tnternatlonil, with
otr 5.000 hostesses, has mors
than thirty years axperianca in
fostering good will in business and
community lift. For mon informs-
tion about...
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the Arab public that the United
Slates intends to maintain the
arms balance in the area."
Hep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat, meanwhile intro-
duced legislation in Washington
this week calling on the Arab
s'.atis to enter direct negotiations
with Isiael to resolve the Arab re-
fugee impasse The bill asks Ihe
President to lake such steps as
may be necessary to bring ibout
direct negotiations. Rep. Farbstein
and Hip. .lames Fulton. Pennsyl-
vania Republic, are co-authors ol
an amendment for reduction by
five percent of the U. s contribu-
tion to the Arab refugee fund. Rep.
Farbstein said "We should phase
oul our assistance to encourage
disposition ol this pn blent"
thai he would urge further n am
lions.
The State Department, mean-
while, made it known that the
U.S. wishes to persuade Israel
and the Arab states to limit
further acquisitions of "lethal
weapons."
In a letter to Hep. ("ornelii:
Ni h Jersey Democrat
Assistant Secretarj ol State Doug
las Mac Arthur 2nd said: "Tin
Stone to Manage
New Apartment
On Lincoln Rd.
Alfred Stone, hotel and residen
tial hotel executive in Miami
Beach, has been named resident
general manager of the multi-mil-
lion dollar, high-rise apartment
project. 100 Lincoln Rd.. now un-
der construction on the ocean at
Collins Ave. and Lincoln Rd.
Stone, born in Belgium and edu
cated in Switzerland, operated the
Blackstone Hotel for many years.
Several years ago. he was asso
dated with the Shelborne Hotel
and more recently was with, the
Imperial House on Miami Beach.
100 Lincoln Rd.. now under con-
struction, will have 620 apartment-
consisting of studio and one and
two-bedroom units. Although i'
will not be ready for occupancj un
nl October. 1966, over 400 apart-
ments have already been leased
_______________________i
Wometco Plans
Twin1 Theatre
Wometco Enterprises, inc.. this
week announced plans to build a
deluxe "twin" theatre in the Dade
land Business Center, one of the
fastest growing areas in Dade
County.
The theatre Will he named Wo-
metco's Dadeland Theatre, with
groundbreaking scheduled for
Mar. 1. and opening planned for
early September. It will be located
on the south side of Kendall Dr..
between U.S. 1 and the Palmetto
Expressway, and is adjacent to
the Dadeland Shopping Center.
By not becoming involved >n the
arms spiral, we have hoped we
mighl plaj an effective role in
persuading both sides to limited
further acquisitions ol lethal wea-
pons."
Lapson, retiring commander,
said that the three outstanding
chievements of the past five
years of the Legion Veterans in-
cluded "the construction of the
Beth Nagdudim Memorial in Is-
rael, the transfer of the remains
of Zev Jabotinsky, founder of the
Jewish Legion, for reburial in
Jerusalem, and the founding of a
welfare fund for needy vete-
rans."
The new administration of the
Spinoza Forum
Discusses Music
Mordecai Yardeini, internation-
ally-known concert singer, radio
and TV personality, will lecture on
Jewish music at the Spinoza For-
um for Adult Education next
Thursday.
At ihe weekly forum in Ihe aud-
itorium oi Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave.. Herman
Eager, poet, will also recite hum-
Hagdud Haivri League, in addi- orous Jewish poem-
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1966
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;-t-ocox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
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-crservative. Emanuel Kusheiwitz.
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19 Adar 608 p.m.
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Samuel April.
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Temporary office '82C NE '64th St
Re*"-m Rjrli' Darnel M. Lcwy
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IETH DAVID 2625 SW 3-a Ave. Co-. 3ETH RAP-AEL "545 Jefferson
-ebrew acaoe-."> : -: Pmctree
Dr OrthcJci- Rabbi Aiea-cier S I I A Hi' '"I- \] .. \ \\ \
Grcts. '' '-' -''
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HOLLYWOOD T6MPLE S'NAI. 1201 j u"
Johnson St. Conservat.ve Ratbi v
David Shapiro. Canter Vehudah
Heilbra n
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Jth Ave., Hia'aah. Conserv.it. ve
Rah- v.i .- : Klein.
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se-vat.ve Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
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Breeh.
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3ETH TFIi-A- 83i Euclid Ave O'
thedox. Racbi Jcoh E. Ra^ov^Hy
flFERETH ISRAFL.
Ave. Conservative
Wernick.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin St
VOU\C ISRAFL OF via-- ..
1542-44 Washington Ave R
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MOMES-EAD JEW SH CENTER. 8tn r",^ i* '2 K. J"""" *V' t!"' Po**
St.. Homestead. Cen,e --.alive. ?"rZiV*Sll'tU?**w*" "' '
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ISRAELITE LfcNTER 1171 SW ?5th
3ETH TORAH.
St. Coneervat ve. Rabbi a. cm l.
L D-an- Cantor Lo.. s Cohen
64th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conscrvat ve Rabbi Max L c-
sch tz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
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3cx. Rabbi Solomon Schiit. Conservat ve. Rabbi Harold Richter.
- s, Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml-
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EETH ISRAEL. "0 40th St. Ortho- dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.
;cx. Rabbi Berel Wein. ------
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
O'thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. enfeld. r.antor George Goldberg.
i ; i Frid speaker, 1
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Modern TrJdit.onal. Rabbi Max Covi their blrthds -
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Satlirdl
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JACOB C. COHEN COM M UN TV
SYNAGOGUE. -532 w ton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 E;c Id Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eid.
Cantor Abraham Se-f. ,
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LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi At-ra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.

MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturday > \\
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..;. "A< I FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER 645
-, S. Andrew, Ave. Reform. Rabbi Col.in. Ave. Rev Cantor Sad, N.h-
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome m .......
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TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative Charlts Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. *
Rabbi Richard Marcovitl. Cantor HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Seymour H.nkes Deutsch
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lead. w >. ,, r ii in Mux) l .. hi
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The Boy Who Was Saved
There are people who think that
lji-thou>and pounds are not
money" today There are others
v ho think that it is very much
money. For Police Sgt. Ronny
Giter, of Safed. ten-thousand
1 nds is a question of life and
' 'ath: the life or death of his little
f lur-year-okj son. Amos.
When he grows up. little Amos
wants to be a policeman. Little
Amoa does rot know that the doc-
said to his father: The child
1 ust undergo an urgent heart
< aeration in England. Otherwiw
I will not be able to go on living.
The operation and the journey
!-> England should cost ten-thou-
.and pounds From where can a
police sergeant get such a large
amount? Twenty nine year old
Ronny Giter has to support a wife
and six children. How will he be
able to collect ten-thousand
pounds?
His friends decided to help him.
They turned to the public and a-k-
ed lor help. His commanding offi-
cer gave the first donation. His
policemen friends also gave, each
according to his ability. But how-
much can policemen donate? Ten-
thousand pounds they certainly
cannot donate.
His friends said to the sergeant:
"How many people \i-it the cine-
ma every day in Israel? If each
one of them would give up one
visit and would send the money
in order lo save the child ."
And. indeed, the money was col-
lected, and the child was saved.
Published by the Brith I vrith Olamit
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
15th Ave. Orthcdox. RabCi Jonah
E. Capian.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN Con
ervatlve, 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd Rabbi Samuel S. Stone.
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
. Jew*
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Bai;mgard. Carte- v-chae!
Kyrr.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. '4th A.t Reform.
RaDbi Samel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. ?5CC SW
'20th St. Reconstrjct.onist. R.,bt>i
Morris Skop.
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TEVPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conse- vativc.
Rabbi Morten Maiavsky. L..ntvr Er-
nebt Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4:44 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Re.seman.
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St. Conservat ve. Rabbi Ralph 2.
Glixman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. '701 Washino.
ton Ave. Conservative. R.itbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad'er
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CREATER Ml-
AMI 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH 620 7,th St
Conservative, p.ibbi Ui..r Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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K' ..in- r
TEMPLE NER TAMlft 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION Kl TISSA
When Moses beholds the people worshipping the
he shatters ihe Tables of Law.
As soon a- be saw the calf and the dancing
anger waxed hoi. and he cast the tables out ol his
Exod. 32:19i.
Kl TISSA The children ol Israel were counted ai a,
man over 20 years of age contributed hall a shekel a- .. '
Bezalel, son of l"ii. and Oholiab, son of Ahisamach,
pointed to head the artisans who made the Tabernacli
vessels. The Israelites were warned not to violate the Si
day.
God cave Moses two tablets of stone containing the I
mandments, written "with the finger of God.' Howevei
impatient Israelites. Moses seemed to be tarrying too long
mountain. They made a golden calf, which Moses found
worshipping. In his fury, he broke the two tablets of tin .
The idolaters wer killed by the numbers of the loyal tii
Let i
Moses prayed sucessfully to God to spare the child
Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai
and there received a neu set ol Stone tablets When he desc
"The skin of Moses' face sent forth beams: and Moses
veil back upon his face, until he wen! in to speak will
(Exod. 34:35).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is e
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jew >h
Heritage" edited by P. WollmanTsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
^ ictory Over Haman
Hinges on Mordecai
Rabbi rVein
By RABBI BERYL WEIN
Beth Israel Congregation
The holiday of Purim reminds
us once again that being fashion
able is not necessarily the same
as being right.
The prime exam-
ple is the hero ol
the story of
Purim Morde-
cai. This stub-'
born Jew incur-
red Ihe wrath of
Haman by not
showing him any
signs of obeis-
ance Apparent
ly. he as the
inly Jew in the
r e a 1 m of the
Persian empire
not willing to
bow down to
Haman.
Now, it is obvious that had Mor-
decai had the "greater interests"'
of the Jewish people in mind, had
he been "community-minded." he
would have found a way that would
have enabled him to bow down to
Haman. if not in good conscience,
at lea rvation."
Instead of Mordecai's being the
hero of the piece, he should be
cast as a semi-villian. because it
was bis attention-getting, old-
fashioned stubborness that seem-
inglj led to the entire debacle with
Haman.
However, neither the Megillah,
nor Jewish history, views Morde-
cai in this light. It is obvious to us
that Haman would have pursued
his policies, even had Mordecai
bowed to him. Assimilation and
conformity have never won for the
Jew either respect or commenda-
tion from a Gentile world. Morde-
7 page :- ::-..
..'.-: :< ': till l : I '
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I '< ordiTMtor of |
ig here it
I>R. MAX LIPSCH1
Spiritual leader of B< '
Ci ngrrgation of \
Bf acl
>**
cai's example of in
ish courage and actioi
clnl serve as a rallying i
Jewish people SO thai
"gather and stand up I
lives."
Queen Gather was
lively to demonstrate
faith only because a llk*
Mordecai was present '
on. The Jewish people
to Persianize themselves
pletely, and it was onl)
rashness and faith thai
not only from physical
but spiritual annihil.iii' "'"
The Jewish communit> -
peiatelv in need nol <''> "'
Mordocais, but those ho >='"' w
I ate a Mordecai when they **
one Jews were not pit "''
world in order t" be i
nor to be silent in the faci
rMon of Torah ideal- <>' '
vlval to this day has be
bv unfashionable Mordi
er than bv herds of masses come
with ignorance, complac<
"communal Judaism."
In order to make the victoa
over Haman meaningful W u.-,V
must remember the ex am pit r
Mordecai. The Jewish P**P,C
sorely in need of him toda>.
lC


Friday. March 11. 1966
* Jen ifit fhrkUsun
Paae 9-C
Judaism in Soviet
In Certain Death
3u.hop Coleman F. Carroll (third from left), 1965 winner of the
Outstanding Citizents Award of Dade County, belatedly re-
ceives his citation last week. Bishop Carroll, a constant wit-
ness at the Ecumenical Council proceedings in the Vatican
.ast year, wcs unable to attend the award ceremony here
at the time. Looking on are (left to right) Milton K. Hahn. presi-
dent, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. annual sponsor of the
-.ward; Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, 1965 Outstanding Woman;
,-nd Joseph M. Lipton, president, Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association, annual patron of the award.
Mesivta High
Installs Leaders
Newly-elected officers of the Me-
sivta Louis Mervitzer High School
were installed Wednesday at the
Harry M. Schwartz Auditorium of
Beth Israel Synagogue.
.New leaders are Hyman Kolko.
president; Rabbi Berel VVein. Hy-
man P. Galbut, and Moses Crund-
wers. vice presidents; Samuel
Reinhard. treasurer: Jerome Bien-
enfeld. associate treasurer; J. Jer-
ry Schechter. secretary; S. Louis
Schwartz, assistant secretary: and
Alexander Moskovits. chairman of
the board of trustees.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross in-
stalled the officers, and 40 new
board of trustee members, elected
for one year.
Citations were presented by
Rabbi David Lehrficld. of Knes-
sith Israel Congregation, to those
named "Pillars of Torah." said
Hyman Galbut, installation chair-
man. A Pillar of Torah" cstab-
li-hcs a S1.000 dollar annual schol-
arship.
NEW YORK (JTA> Religious
Judaism in the Soviet Union is
dying but Che Christian churches
"face the future with confidence"
there, an inter-faith group report-
ed this week on return from a fact-
finding: tour.
The delegation Baid that of three
promises made by Soviet authori-
ties last summer to a delegation
of American rabbis, only one is
being carried out in part. The
deh j.itii n members said that mat-
zoh was being baked in Moscow
and Leningrad but that there was
no evidence that other Jewish
communities would have matzoh
this year
On the second promise, the
clergymen said they saw no evi-
dence that the yeshiva in Mos-
cow would be reopened. They
reported that the promised 10,-
0C0 Hebrew prayerbooks have
not been printed although they
got an indication the books
would be published soon.
They said that the Orthodox
Church, the Baptists and Catholic
churches in Russia continually
press for privileges available un-
der the Government "guidelines''
'nit the Jewish leaders do not fol-
low suit for i'ea rof "reprisals."
The Rev. Thurston Davis, a Je-
suit, said what he saw of the con
dition tf Jewry worried him "pro-
foundly Dr. Harokl Bosley, Min-
ister of 'hiisi Church Methodist,
said Christian gioups in Russia
were "vigorous" but the Jewish
people was much more careful
Rabbi Arthur Schneier of New-
York, president ot the Appeal <>t
Conscience Foundation, s'aid reli-
gion in genetal in Russia was
neither dead nor dying "but So<
iet Jewrj is 'lying I be other reli-
gions have young leadership. The
Jewish Leadership is old and oper-
ates in an atmosphere of fear.
Mayor C. L. Dressel, of Coral Gables, signs a proclamation
declaring Mar. 2 C3 ORT Day in Coral Gables. Seated on
Mayor Dressel's right is Mrs. Fay Klausner, ORT Day chair-
man. Stc. ft to right) are Mrs. Paul Allen, president,
Mrs. So v, publicity chairman, Mrs. Ben Green,
"nembsi lan.
Passovc. Kosher Foods Guide
By Special Report
\KW YORK The 1!H>6 edition
the Passover Kosher Products
.rectory of the Union of Ortho
\ Jewish Congregations of
\merica, containing a record 32
ages of listings of rabbinically-
ertified Passover foods and house-
nld products is now available
ihout charge on request to Dcpt.
Orthodox Union, 84 Fifth Ave.,
\cw York. NY. 10011.
An unusual number of Orthodox
nion certified Passover products
re being offered for the first time
- year, They include two Kosher
-r Passover margarines, which
re also free from both meat and
airy ingredients, and hence usa-
ie with both types of foods, a
-uffcl cabbage, ketchup, and a
ariety of chicken soups.
The 1966 (5726) edition has
im been published in the pocket
-zed format which has consistent-
proved to be popular with shop-
ers since it was introduced three
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rJm-isti nahk&un
Friday. March 11, 1966
Fascell Seeking Return to Office
Mayor Arthur I. Snyder signs a proclamation
declaring Mar. 2 ORT Day 1966 in North Mi-
ami Beach in honor of Women's American
ORT. With Mayor Snyder are members of the
Southeastern Florida Regicn. Left to right are
Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, pres. of the North Mi-
ami Chap:er; Mrs. Barbara Posner, member-
ship vice president of Greynolds Park Chap-
ter; Mrs. Felice Brown, president North Dade
Chapter; Mrs. Sidney Kronish, president.
Greynolds Park Chapter; Mrs. Harvey Baxter,
membership vice president. North Miami
Chapter; Mrs. Gordon Randell, education vice
president. North Miami Chapter.
Rep Dante Fascoll is a Demo-
cratic candidate for reelection in
the 12th Congressional District of
Klonda. In announcing his candi-
dacy, Fascell declared: "The great-
est challenges and problems we
have faced during the l- years I
have served the people Of this
ana have been those cause,! by
Hi dynamic growth of South Flor-
ida. I believe, as the elected Re-
presentative of one of the fastest
growing areas of our country, l
haw squarely met those chal-
lenges and that 1 have provided
leadership in solving the problems
of i ur urban communities
"The greatest political and so-
cial changes of our time hav
been created by the vast influx
of people to the cities and su-
burbs. Over 70 percent of ou-
population now live in Metro-
politan areas. The people in the
cities and suburbs deserve un-
der our form of government
equal representation."
I have strongly supported the
fight to bring fair reapportionimnt
to our metropolitan areas because
'Maid in Japan1
At Beth Am
"Maid in Japan" was performed
b\ the Aviva Hadassah husbands at
Temple Beth Am recently The
performance was directed by Mrs
Bernard Lash.
The cast included Saul Van
Zampf, Sidney Schreer, Abe Smutt-
ier, Ix'onard Herman Sol Meyer-
son, Fred Stone. Norman Green,
Jules Freeman, Dave Dorfman,
Marvin Kantoi. Maury Herman.
Stanley Gilbert, Herman [sis, Sid
nev Efronson, and David Iiendel.
a meat many of the problems we
face today are a direct result ol
ma! apportionment in the p
'"If is for these reasons I I
to give our cities a voice in .
tional government at the Cabinet
level. Last year, the legislation I
initiated and sponsored in thi
gross creating a Department ol
I'rban Affairs was passed and be-
came law.
"Our cities now have thai voice
at the national level which t
seven years to achieve for then
Th's department will be on
real meaning to state government
as well as municipal government
In asking to be returne
Congress. I believe 1 have mel the
teal of leadership at the national
level necessary to meet the prob
lems which my district and the na
tion face in the yea's ahead.
"In the field of foreign affairs,
I have worked hard in an effort
to see our country win the cold
war The sub-committee of which
I am chairman has performed im
portant work in this field and wo
are now making significant head-
waj i shall continue to give
that effort. I shall continue to give
this battle all the leadership m e-
essary. I believe we shall win that
struggle and it is a fight Ibis
countn must win."
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Bahamas as a token of
Gen. Yohay Ben-Nun, naval ccti-
Israel's Defense Forces; Mrs.
Harry A. Sanders, executive di-
rector of Rassco Israel Corp.; Abram Fox, of
Miami: Mrs. Canie Rosen, of Coral Gables;
Co!. Fmmanuel Nishray, of the State of Israel
and former aide-de-camp to Gen. Moshe Day-
cm. Function was held aboard the new Israel
ship in honor of Gen. Ben-Nun, where the Gen-
eral congratulated Sanders in his capacity as
Rassco executive director here, "for helping
to organize the inaugural Rassco-Nili trip to
the Bahamas" scheduled for March.
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9KjE?W#cfi JTfnirnHliiriin
Page 11-C
U.S. Delegation Sees No
Fear of Attack on Israel
Preparing spring decorations for the annual
spring Great Society Luncheon of Sist3! .>.ood
Temple Beth Sholcm are (left to right) Mrs-
Fhillip Davis, Mrs. Benjcmin Mandell, Mrs.
Pauline Schalfer. Mrs. James Knopke, Mrs.
Richard Rosenbloom, Mrs- Aaron Reder. Mrs.
Eli Meltzer, Mrs. Mav Lipkcwitz. Mrs. Ben Mar-
cus and Mrs. Allan Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron Re-
der, chairmen of the luncheon project, said
that .ie fana-ic.sing fur.ct.cn, :o ba held Mar.
16 at Weulvicw Counir" Club, will be used fcr
redecorating the Sisterhcod Lounge and the
Temple aucitoiium. Others on the committee
aie Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mrs. Sam Rudt, Mrs.
H^c'd Granoff, Mrs. Irwin Teplis, Mrs. Harry
Wclk and Mrs. Samuel Drecksler.
FfagScr Federal
Lists Appointees
Flaglor Federal Savings and
Loan Association Board of Direc-
tors has announced the following
appointments and promotions:
Lee Sorgic. from assistant trea-
surer to treasurer-controller; Ed-
win D. Ault. Mortgage Loan De-
partment, from assistant vice
oresident to vice president; Max
Herman. Mortgage Loan Depart-
ment, from assistant vice presi-
dent to vice president; Fre chief appraiser, from assistant
vice president to vice president;
John F. O'Keefe, branch manager,
from assistant vice president to
ice president.
Sam Arnold, president of Ohev Shalom Congreqauca. is pr
;d with a plaque "in appreciation of his outstanding ded.-
cation to the congregation" and "for his untiring eilorts to heip
rr.ake the new temple now under construction a reality." Pre-
sentation is by Judge Thomas Barkdall Jr. during Ohev Sha-
lom's annual banquet recently at th* Fontainebleau Ho-
tel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Pinhas Teitz, member of the
Praesidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, who flew from Elizabeth, N.J.. to Miami
Beach to participate in the banquet, which also saw Beach
Constable Leonard O. Weinstein named "Man of the Year."
Spiritual leader of Ohev Shalom is Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
ludge Jason Berkman was master of ceremonies._______________
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
dolcgat'on ol the United States
Senate which lilted Israel in De-
cember issued : report this week
that its members ciid not receive
the impress'on of any rising cor
earn at possible attacks on Israel"'
but that there was "an undeniable
uneasiness" over what Israelis [eel
is their "vulnerability to attack."
The report said also there was a
strong feeling >n Israel that the
United States "should take a mon
active role in piowding military
assistance."
The report also ro'ed that pre-
liminary engineer i< g stud'es had
been completed on the proposed
joint United States-Israeli nu-
clear desalination plant in Is-
rael. The report saic1 that a pol-
icy decision probably would be
required soo l to determine
whether th^re were "political
and o'hr considerations" to
justify joint financing despite
questions about its economic
feasibility "because funds would
need to be rrade available at a
rate of interest no higher than
two percent."
The delegal on. which was head-
ed by Sen. Wax ne Morse, Oregon
Democrat, noted without com-
ment, that "if extensive hostilities
erupted in the Middle East. United
States military equipment supplied
to both sides would be used and
lay the United States open again
to the charge ol supplxing wea-
pons of war to both sides."
Israel was one oi five nations
visited by the Senators, the others
being Japan. India. Pakistan and
Afghanistan. The report said Is-
rael had the highest per capita in-
come of S941 and Afghanistan the
lowest at S70.
Meanwhile, it was reported in
Jerusalem i hat President Johnson
told Foreign Minister Abba Khan
Lislen lo
i:i VVa hington that as loni
was President, Israel did not m
io lea. .en its existence.
'I he report was made public b;
the Foreign Ministry this week fo
lowing Khan's return from his first
mi' a- foreign Minister to the
i i ed States, i lada, Britain
and France, official go i cea
thai :i. re nits ol his talks con-
uii.e.l Israel's c'ose and friendly
with those i ation! and that
: b n n i in a'.: [our capitals deep
rstanding (or Israel's pro!
Icms ai.d assurances for its secur-
ity .
Middle Fast experts reported
thai Khan's tour oi western capi
i.ils was getting considerable at
lention in Arab Countries. Arab
attention, they said, was focused
on Ins discussion of the possibility
Of the Soviet Union duplicating in
die Middle East its successful
mediation in Tashkent ol' the In
dia-Pakistan dispute.
The Arab press has taken this
to mean Eban hoped for a Tash-
kent-styled Soviet initiative for
Middle East peace but a Cairo
radio commentator rejected this
prospect as "impossible" be-
cause the Soviet Union would not
agree to design" to perpetu-
ate "the imperialist base called
Israel."
In a related development, a Sov-
iet diplomat stationed in Israel
declared this week in a public lec-
ture here that the 'Tashkent spi
lit" could exert a most important
influence in the Middle East dead
lock. The comment by I' an Dadi
ole. Soviet Embassy First Coun-
sellor, was the first recorded Sov-
iet hint that Russia might want
to mediate the Middle East con-
flict. Dadiole stressed the role of
the Soviet Union in solving past
conflicts and hinted this effort
could apply also in the Middle
East.
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Leonard Zilbert, vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels,
checks out a newly-delivered fleet of 1966 ambulances,
hearses, station wagons and limousines. The ambulances
aie all equipped with the latest life-saving equipment.
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Friday, March 11. 196 3
Cooperate With Zionists, Pincus Says
JERUSALEM (JTA) Arysh The American Jewish Commit-
L. Pincus. chairman of the Jewish tee, the B'l ai B'ritfa and "a group
Agency executive, called upon all >\ Cons rvative rabbis" were men-
Jewish organizations this week to tioned b) Mr Pincus in his state-
rofrain from competing with the ment regarding organizations that
Zionist Organization and. instead, "sometimes denigrate Zionist
"to find areas ot practical work work Let us compete in tilling
for joint efforts." Me made that the emptiness In Jewish life by
statement in a report to the cur positive Jewish consciousness: by
rent session of the Zionist Actions curing illiteracy in Hebrew; by
Committee, the ruling body be- protecting Jewish rights and
tween sessions of the World Zion- values wherever they may be." he
1st Congress suggested.
He repotted that Israel's agri-
cultural output, which had been
valued at $15,000,000 in 1948,
had risen to a value of $400,-
C00 000 in 1963. But in immigra-
tion to Israel, there has been a
drop in 1965 from the high peak
readied in the previous four
years. Despite the decrease in
immigration, he said it was
nevertheless sixeable and costly.
Per capita costs, he reported,
had risen "for reasons beyond
our control."
The Jewish Agency he said.
Jewish activities In this situation
he .-aid. Israel must have a lea
ing role in becoming the kind 0:
a societv which would impi,-.
mass aliya but that without then, "ul.a,,,ac,t ,uch >l'" Jew" into
there would not be any aliya at 'om; international Jewish
all. Jacob Katzman of New York,
general secretary of the Farband
Labor Zionist Order, urged that
the Zionist movement should be
proud and not sell itself short.
Finance Minister 1'inhas Saplr
declared that Israel was now di-
recting efforts toward absorption
of Immigrants from western conn
tries but that such Jews were not
coming to Israel for financial rea
sons. Addressing the Actions Com-
mittee on behalf of the Govern-
ment, he declared that most im-
must concentrate more strongly milIrants j,, tne ast 18 yeara had
on social and cultural absorption come not out of Zionist motivation
of immigrants which, in turn, but because they wanted to leave
would result in a greater influx of
immigrants from Western coun-
tries. Immigration from the West
this year he declared, is expected
to reach between 5.000 and 6.000
newcomers, which would be "low-
er than the average for the previ-
ous four years."
He reported lhat, during the ia-t
year, committees comprising re-
presentatives "f the Agency and
other Jewish organizations have
been established "to cut red tape
and duplication, to ease the deal-
ing; between immigrants and the
Government and Agency officials,
and to devise financial assistance
schemes." So far. however, he
their countries of residence.
Adding that Western Jews
would come only if the "spark
of Zionism is kindled in their
hearts," he said the Zionist
movement must stress Jewifh
and Zionist education The S*ate
of Israel must, in its turn, do
everything for absorption of
Western Jews, preparing suit-
able jebs, housing and invest-
ment possibilities for them.
The main problem of strengthen
ing the Jewish identity of the
Jewish people and ol securing a
creative future for Jewish com-
munities throughout the world is
becoming daily more urgent. Dr.
ganij ttions.
Ht drew attention to the fac-
that links with Israel were usec
as the basis for attacks on Jew
ish communities involving
charges that pro-Israel Jews
were loyal to a foreign state. He
said some persons even regard-
ed Zionism as a nationalistic
anc" racial movement and the
instrument of "imperialism." He
cited the statements of Soviet
and Arab spokesmen equating
Zionism with Nazism.
"We are under attack todav
the world Zionist leader warm I
"and we must react strongly, Tl
Zionist movement must ::< 1
stored as the gieat central mov.
ment Of our people in thi- ,
turj Ik stressed thai Zionism
atu-r e year's passivity and d
dine*' must again become
ighting movement.
The session opened with ,
> Action.- Committee chai
man Yaacov Tsur, for the la
v she Sharett, who served Israe
ami Zionism as Prime Mil
and Foreign Minister and A
executive chairman.
?.^ded'u-0,.1'y.-C-l,?",SJ Proccdures Goldmann declared at the open-
ing session.
PR Men Cited
By National Body
Local public relations executiv
said Dr. Goldmann declared that he Stuart G- Newman and Charles
Jacobson have been accredited
the Public Relations Society
Doral Hotel on-the-Ocean employees were the first in the
have been streamlined.
The executive chairman
that the Joint Agency-Israel Gov- did not regret the integration and
ernment Committee faces a vital emancipation of the Jewish peo-
task in the work with Jews outside pie and that he was opposed to the Amenca
Israel. The most vital task ahead, idea of the Jewish people return- Kalman B. Druck. president
in that area, he declared, involves ing to the segregated life of the the PRSA Accreditation Board
area to donate blood a* a group to the new Mount Sinai concentration on intellectuals and pre-emancipation ghetto. Histori- said that oniy 609 public relations
"Koodmobile." Dr. Mark B. Cirlin supervised the details, and other persons in the academic cal processes like the emancipa- executives were accredited by the
Gordon Miller, resident manager of Doral, awarded every field. "This cannot be done over-' tion cannot be reversed, he noted. Society since the start of the volu-
contributing employee with a steak dinner. At the Doral en- n'KhJ" ue Mid- "but more ^ but the "inevitable consequence" *** program last year,
trance are (left to right) Dr. and Mrs Cirlin, Miller Miss Ann more /4al,fled l*001? from Israf' of tne emancipation was the per- The PRSA is a professional .
Housman. Miss Mary Jo Fry. and Robert Martin are be,f"g "2! "> "IT"' -W f I.he Jew-Ish P*" wnizaUon with over 5.200 me.
_____ L__________________groups from Jewish communities pie losing its Jewish consciousness bers and 58 chapters throughot
j outside Israel are being invited to and identity, he said. the United States
Youth Conduct Brotherhood Fete !Lh'n for longer or shorter ,H?.,asser, PWC". ish life was largely based now on relations consultant for 21 years
Over 300 members of United Torah USY Brotherhood Weekend. The program of having Jewish fund-raising and the fight for Newman is president of the N'ev.
Synagogue Youth, representing 15
students spend more time in Is- prestige and positions and has man Schulte Company and is pa -
congregations in South Florida. v" 30 ,een agers- represent- rae, he Sported. nas draun 200 therefore eliminated Jewish intel- president of the South Flondi
convened at Beth Torah Con- ln chrch youth groups of van- >0ung Jews from abroad for a lectuals from leading positions in chapter of the PRSA.
gregation in No. Miami Beach for ous denominations and races, year's service in Israel. Plans were
the second annual USY Brother- joined the USY eis on both Fridav being worked out with the Hebrew
hood Weekend from Feb. 11 to 13. evenLn and Saturday morning
Purpose of the weekend con- services. For Fridav. the guests more Jew
clave. said Marshall Baltuch. di- were from St ^.^ Catholic IsraeL
rector of youth activities, was to ,.. _..., _. ^'""t"-
give the teen agers an opportunity Cnurch and Glbl> s Chapel. Lunch-
to live a full weekend of Jewish eon followed by Brotherhood se-
life through services, study, and minars. was held Saturday after
observance. It also gave
University, he said, for attracting
more Jewish students from outside
young people a chance to play
our noon, with all youth groups partici-
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair-
man of the American Sections
of tho executive of the Jewish
Agency, voiced support for plans
to coopt non-party personalities
Dating, including Fulford Metho- into the Jewish Agency execu-
general de-
host to 11 different church groups ^Tv'HKrTi* I. c l- 1*'
of various denominationsand fw.no V"A?* ^olic tlve. Speaking ,t the .
the spirit of Brotherhood Church- Co* GaWes Congrega- bate Dr. Neumann said
Sange'lhllhU on S t*&S*3&*S~***- *?<"< <""'>"
races in
ana to ex*.n uiuukuus u i vus- ru11-nL xt %* **
toms, rituals, and holidays." ^"1 V-h Jf^SL8*** Pr"sby
, '. _, f ,enan Church, Bethany Lutheran
r, iMf k T^'v, cTU,'Ve ,Sm" Church- Church <* ** Incarnation,
nnttee, headed by Steven Wein- and Northwestern Baptist Church
mger. was busy for three months ,_,
Planning for this big event.' A^ft^f^JSSSA SS^ alrs "a'Pr" m'*>r 01
The committee was composed da> 8ht for a haynde and dance, th executive of fh Jewish .
of members of B'nai Negev Senior and ST?a-v "J0^"8 with """ dittoed with Dr \ahum Gold"
USY. B'nai Midbar Intermediate ^"LtSS+JS** **!* manJJ who hTdfcSucizecIt ftt
that he
personali-
ties who r+ not members of
the Zionist movement would
ease what he termed Zionist
party rigidity.
Mrs. Rose Halprin, member of
USY, and B'nai Galil Junior iJsY. on activiUes which consist of a ha ~ -" ^encv for sraei
all of Beth Torah l Maccabiah Sports Festival. at me Jewish Agency for Israel
Th l k c I Richar" seider is president of Is retu,red t0 ^ registered as a
The weekend began Friday. 2:30; Beth Torah Congregation Joseph forelgn aency
-rouo Tt 7 ZT'V"* StUdy golden is ch.inS?ol L SS *** She ^
fEELl*J il- ^.^i-.r" Committee, and Abraham J. Git- ?"* vab.d
The 52 Association of Greater
followed by regular late Friday teJson is education director
evening service* conducted by the _________ '
youth groups Weininger. also I ____u~--. a u. b .^
president of the Southeast Region "Ospnaiizea VMS Benefit
and corresponding secretary of the
National USY, addressed the
con
t!S preached t"Srn^. ~ I $ ^0^ SS g^ t
Honoree. Arthur I. Snyder, May-1 charge of reservations and'tickets
or of North Miami Beach pro- were Me.sdames Rose Spiegel Ber-
elaimed Feb. 11 to 13, as Beth nice Burke and Nat Glaser. '
in the United
that the proce-
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Initiating your father into a lodge is quite a thrill. That's what
Elks Exaited Ruler Jay Dernier said wnen r is fc.hei, rieiman
Dermer, became a member of Lodqe 1601. "This was one of the
-est years the Bea^h E ks have ever had," declared Dermer,
rongratulating his father.
Nofed Educator
's Miami Visitor
reci nl isil here.
iisl I direct-
or of the Nal Di tm tit ol
- .
of Am e r i c a, made a torn- of
Flo ida co ations. sitling in
on school sessions, mee'i"^ "itv>
teachers, and addressing Boards of
Education of the United S; na
con
! h is a servi
the Kai I i< nt to tan
ati >"- in the
1 onsei i': ement with the
lati i ents in educ
and al.-i to ate teacher train,
ing an n.
ScNndler is now '.jdying for
his doctorate in education, hav-
ing rereived an MS degree in ed-
ucation from Yesh'va Universi'y.
He served as educational di-ect-
or of Adath Israel Congregation
in Toronto, Canada, until Sep-
tember, 1965, when he assumed
his present post.
Schindler is a member of the
N'ational Council on Jewish Edu-
cation, and spent a year ol stu
PISACH SCHINCLER
Jerusalem. He will \i-it eight con-
re hi on; as a follow-up to an ed-
ication meeting held in Orlando
'ast October, which w: addrcsse I
by Dr. Morton Siegcl, national di
ector of the Department of Edu-
cation.
Co-chairmen ol the Southeast
Regional Commi ision on
Education an- Abraham Gilt
and Irving Seidel.
Ctassxecm !s
Consecrated
ol ten Religious
.\.i> consi
: ii 2 p m., al Tom
ivvmenl for
this pn made b)
the Scl ly, J< seph, Fred
>r\ of their
parents, William and Dorothy Sch-
e er, ivho i assed av ay several
. 1 III- i
The Sehefis have lony heen ae
live members ol Temple Zion and
were responsible for the presenta-
tion oi man} articles ol religious
ican< i to I he former Temple
Zion .n W Miami.
".Now with the construction of
the new Temple on Miller Rd., this
important contribution has been
al;' and will insure a prepetual
memorial to the untiring efforts
of the Seherers in behalf of the
congregation and the community
at large.' declared Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader. Wed-
nesday.
The service Sunday was con-
ducted by Rabbi Waxman. in the
main sanctuary, and a large gcth-
ering ol relatives and friends at-
tended,
Student Appears
In TV Showing
'tick Lacey was featured in "Th
a di amal ization in
.'^v,"s ot Miami-Dade Junior
lollege, recent ;
>ver WCKT Ch.
7.
A graduate of
tfiami B e a c h
figh School,
Lacey. still in h.s
e e n s. has al-
eady appealed
is singer-guitar
st at the Far
x Horizons in Sara-
sota. the Trade
I.auderdale and. lo-
Hotel.
IACIY
inds .n Ft.
y. the Fontainebleau
ng other hotels.
performer's name in real
and when not on stage is Rich-
I aibson. He is the son of Mr.
Mrs Irving Laibson. of Miami
.. h,
Weissenborn
At BB Lodge
Weissenborn, a Dadc Coun
presentative to the Florida
atur was fi atured speak-
the North Shore B'nai B'ntli
h e I ii at the Surfside
inih Center recent I
im < lirman Irvim
ann need that
topic was i '
ts i 'an Dade County Expect
reive From the Reapportion-
Legislature?"
-- -nboin who has sirved
' "ms :i the Florida Ho i
ntatives, is \ ice cl air
the Public Lands and Parks
tee ol the legislature and
- rves i n the Industrial Di -
enl Committee, the A i
ommittee an I tl
( nil mittee.
boi n has bet n at th e in
i ic Partj ;i!i.:.i.- : man)
- and has sen < d as presi l< nt
th the Dade County and the
Florida young Democratic
ions,

Two Students
Win Scholarships
PW0 Miami-Dade Junior College
Mudents are winners of Statler
roundation scholarships awarded
the American Hotel and Motel
v -"nation for study of hotel-
' ",(l and food service manage-
MDJC President Dr. Peter
asiko Jr., announced Wednesday.
They are David Anthony Huber,
580 Fast Dr.. Miami Springs, and
Harry C.erhcim. 7330 SW
*tn St.. both sophomores major-
'"'A in food service.
The S500 grant marks the first
"mo any of the annual Statler
scholarships, awarded in Florida
"h the Florida Hotel and Mo-
Hotel Association, has heen
for study at Miami-Dade.
Oi
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fJewist FIcridHain
Friday. March 11. 1966
Hochberg Heads
Asthma Group
At the annual meeting of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
of Florida. Albert Hochberg was
elected president, succeeding Sam-
uel L. Seltzer, now residing in
Chicago, who was named honor-
ary president.
Others elected were Dr. M Mur-
ray I'eshkin. of Neu York City,
honorary president and chief medi-
cal consultant; Mrs. William (i.
Banlord. vice president: Edward
Lassman, treasurer: Israel Fried-
man, secretary.
Reelectcd members of the board
were Alice E. Chatlos, Ben Zion
isburg. Mayor 'Chuck'" Hall.
Herbert S. Shapiro.
Neu board members arc Mayor
lee Howard. Michael J. Morse,
ludge Theodore K. Nelson. Rich-
ard C. Talton
Reelected members of the Medi-
cal Advisory Board were Dr. Mor-
ion I.. Hammond. Dr. Meyer B.
Marks. Dr. .lames II. I'utman. Dr.
.lack A. Rudolph. Dr. Nelson Zivitz.
The Asthmatic Children's Foun-
dation of Florida administers the
36-bed, philanthropic Residential
Treatment Center at 1800 NE
168th St.. No Miami Beach, open-
ed in 1964. which provides long-
term inpatient care and treatment
for intractable asthmatic children
of all races and creeds. Children
residing there now are from Floi-
lda. Illinois. Indiana. Massachu-
setts, New York and Canada.
The Asthmatic Children's Foun-
dation Residential Treatment Cen-
> r is supported by voluntary con-
tributions. There are four women's
chapters in Greater Miami area
and one in Clearwater. Fla.
Pioneer Family
Service Held At
Beth David
Pioneer families of Beth David
Congregation were honored at
special ceremonies during late Tri-
day evening service- last week-
end. Rabbi Sol Landau offici-
ated, with Cantor William Lip
son rendering th. musical portt> ns
of the liturgy,
Among those honored were fam-
- going ack to the original or-
ganization of Beth David in 1917.
"The progress and growth of
Greater Miami have maintained
a continuity of affiliation with
Beth David through several gen-
erations," Max R. Silver, presi-
dent, declared. "Numbered
among these families are the Isi-
dor Cohens and the Carl
Weinkles, who serve as a sym-
bol for unstinting identification
with our congregation."
Silver noted, particularly, the
Samuel J. Spector family, "which
now has four living generations as
congregants at Beth David. Suc-
ceeding generations of the original
Beth David members have seen
the congregation outgrow its his-
toric location in downtown Miami
an'l move to its present site on
SW 3rd Ave where our facilities
now occupy a full square block."
Silver declared, adding that Beth
David today numbers over 750
member families.
Former president of Beth David
and one of the Hrst member? of
iie Sunday Sch>>ol faculty. Stanley
C Myers, addressed the congrega-
tion at the special pioneer service
Friday night.
Jewish National Fund workers and leaders welcome back
William Bornstein, who has just returned to Miami Beach
from Washington after a prolonaed absence there. Seated
(left of table) are Mesdames Robert Garber, Ida Wessel, Miri-
am Press, Wolfe Shklair, Mr. Sam Schachno, Mr. Morris Yu-
dowitz, and Mr. Harry Rosen. Seated (right of table) are Julius
Ft. Lauderdale
Dedication Set
Ft. Lauderdale .Jewish Center
will dedicate its synagogue on May
8 with a dinner dance at the Hol-
lywood Beach Hotel.
Ft Lauderdale Synagogue. 547
F. Oakland Park Blvd.. is the first
Conservative synagogue in Ft.
Lauderdale. Charles Dickson is
president.
Members of the Dinner Commit-
tec are Dr. Jack Morris. Jules
Shapiro, lrvin L. Freeman. Irving
Fridovich. Mrs. Ida Schagrin,
Yvette Alderman. Stella Freeman,
and Charles Dickson.
Rosenstein, Zev W. Kogan, William Bornstein, president, Abra-
ham Grunhut, Benjamin Appel, Bernard Katz, Isidore J. Riffkir..
Mordecai Yardeini, Simon Tettenbaum. Standing: Messrs.
Mayshie Friedberg, David Stein, Dr. Simon Wilensky, Harry
Feldman, Mrs. Peter Heller, Mr. Ezra Finegold, Mrs. Abrahcm
Mason and Morris Minov.
Interfaith Fete
Held in Broward
In observance of Brotherhood
am sponsored
ii Broward Interfaith
Committee took place Thursday.
1 el 24, 8 p.m., in Temple Emanu-
El. 2168 NE 63rd St. Ft. Lauder-
dale.
The initial program hell last
October had a panel forum with
"Man to Man in the Community"
as the theme Members of
panel represented Catholic. Pro-
testant, and Jewish faiths.
The Feb. 24 program was or-
ganiaed by area members of
Hadassah. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, B'nai B'rith. and Sis-
terhoods. Mj\s. Oscar Sindell was
chairman for the event. Mrs. Abe
( or was co chairman.
Postal Exams
For Jobs Listed
Nationwide examinations for su-
pervisory positions open to 350.000
postal employees were announced
this week by Postmaster General
Laurence F. O'Brien.
O'Brien said four tests will be
given, each tailored to a different
kind of supervisory work Only one
test for all competitors has been
given in the past. O'Brien listed
the following schedule for super-
visory examinations:
Mail Handling and Delivery
Operations. Apr. 30.
Vehicle Maintenance. May 7.
Building Maintenance and
Mail Processing Equipment,
May 14.
Building Services. May 28.
Supplementary or make-up ex-
aminations for those not able to
participate on those days are
scheduled as follows:
Operations. May 21: Vehicle
Maintenance. May 28; Building
Maintenance and Mail Processing
Equipment. June 4; Building Ser-
June 11.
Registers of eligibles for promo-
tion established from these ex-
aminations arc scheduled to be
r< ady on July 5 for Operations su-
pervisors; July 11 for Vehicle
Maintenance: July 20 for Building
Maintenance and Mad Processing
Equipment; and Aug. l for I
Services
At a planning session of the Silver Awards
Luncheon of the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital on Mar. 2 at the Eden Roc Hotel are
(left to right) John G. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Landsburgh, host and hostess. Dean
Hayden Nicholson, of the University of Miami
School of Medicine, president of the univer-
sity, Dr. Henry King Stanford and Mrs. Stan-
ford, Donald V. Stophlet, vice president for
UM development, and Mrs. John Shelton, chair-
man of the Mar- 2 luncheon. Featured was
Danny Thomas, nationally-known television
star. Entertainment also included Paula
Wayne and Don Rickels. Funds will go for
open heart surgery program at the NCCH of
the University of Miami Medical Center. Jar.u
ary Jones, entertainer of Las Vegas, w n
Heart Throb hostess. Mrs. Shelton and M-s.
Harry Fertel were in charge of reservations.
Cong Says Israel Imperialist
40 'Pages' Get
Advance in Rank
Forty pages" received the
rank of "esquire" in ceremonies
directed by Chancellor Comman-
der David Gross at the Monday
- at 7 :i(i p.m. of the (.
Gershwin Knights of Pythias at the
Surfside Community Center.
The Golden Key Committee
benefit theater party at the
Roosevelt Theater's performance
of "Dear Me. the Sky is Falling"
Starring Gertrude Berg, Sunday
WASHINGTON Chair-
man Nguyen Huu Tho. of the cen-
tral committee of the National Li-
beration Front for the Liberation
of South Viet Nam (the Viet Conn1
has condemned Israel as "the ag-
gressive tool of imperialism" and
voiced support of the Arab strug-
gle against Israel, according to
Egyptian broadcasts reported here
this week.
The Cairo radio said the Viet
Cong leader cabled Ahmad Siiuk-
airy. head of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, that the Viet
Cong wished the Palestine (Arab)
people further success in their
struggle against Israel, the aggres-
sive tool of imperialism, and the
realization of their hope of re-
turning to Palestine."
A Tel Aviv dispatch to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency re-
ported that the Israel Com-
munist Party received an Orient
New Year greeting from the
Viet Cong. The message had
been sent by the Viet Cong to
the section of the Israel Com-
munist Party led by Jews, in-
stead of to the Communist dis-
sident group in Israel composed
chiefly of Arabs. Moscow recog-
nizes the Jewish Communists in
Israel.
Shukany thanked the Vie!
and "on his own behalf and that
oi the Palestine people, expressed
his sincere*! wishes to the Viet-
namese people in thir struggle to
liberate their homeland from
American imperialism" The Arab, unification and that it would not
leader hoped that the Vietnamese be too long before peace prevails
people would be anie to achieve in Viet Nam."
Left to light are Mrs. Hortense LaGuette and Mrs. Be i
Engel decoraling a Sukkoth table at the annual inte.
luncheon cf the Sisterhood cf Temple Belh Am last week, when
Sisterhood ployed host to some 4U0 quests frcm 16 churchei
in the Greatei Miami area gathered to learn about major
Jew th holidays and festival*. The luncheon was in the Pas*
ov'er motif, with an abbieviated Seder featured. Question
answer peiicd was conducted by Dr. Herbert Baumgard. spir-
itual lecder of Beth Am. Among principal participants were
Cantor and Mrs. Michael Kyir, Mrs. Herbert Baumgard. Rv.
and Mrs. Ju'es Klrklcnd. Mrs. Richard Alpor, president of Sis
teihocd, Mrs. Wayne Rogers and Mrs. Byron Cherkas.
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Prt. 7. C
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Bonn Views Anti Semitism
Making plans for a Loyalty dinner of the Hebrew Theological
College oi Chicago on Mar. 22 at the Fontainebleau Hotel are
standing) Louis Eisenstein and seated (left to right) David and
'.be Eisenstein. The trio will be honored at the affair.
Theological College
Maps Dinner Here
alty dinner of the Hebrew
leological College of Chicago
11 be held Tuesday. Mar. 22. 6
, in at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The optional black-tie function
- ill honor brothers. Abe Eisen-
:ein, 1557 Meridian Ave., and
David Eisenstein, 1211 Meridian
.\e.. and their cousin. Louis Ei-
m nstein, 1227 Meridian Avc.
Greater Miami Committee of
the Hebrew Theological College
. onsists of 93 business, profes-
' imal and spiritual leaders here.
Co-chairmen of the committee
i re Col. Jacob M. Arvey, of Miami
Retch and Chicago, honorary
;.:rman of the State of Israel
Sond program there and Demo-
i ratic National Committeeman of
.Jinois; Harry Blum, of the King
. ole ApU., 900 Bay Dr., and chair
r.an of the board of James B.
Beam Distilling Co., Chicago; and
Max Cohen, also of the King Cole
*pts., former chairman of the
roard of Mogen David Corp., Chic-
;co. and a director of the college.
General chairman of the dinner
s Moses J. Grundwerg. of 4561
I rairie Ave., former president of
e Miami Beach Junior Chamber
! Commerce, president of Beth Is-
ael Congregation, secretary of the
'.! "Jebrew High School of
'iami. and a director of
.i Academy.
Continued from Page 1-A .
Of 52.000. There were 14 right-
wing groiins he .--aid. with a total
membership of 0.700 members by
the end of 19(54. The number of
groups, he reported, had dropped
to 11 in 1965, through mergers and
reorganizations, but the number of
mi mbers had gone up to 16.700.
Right-wir.T youth groups, his
figures showed, diminished in
Strength from 700 members in
17 organizations by the end of
1964 to 500 members in 10 or-
ganizations by 1965. However,
he stated, 50 other youth groups
not organized as political parties
had 11,964 members in 1964
against 1,600 in 1965. Lumping
together various right wing
groups, youth organizations and
groups providing publishing
services, Mr. Lueker gave a fi-
gure of 22,500 at the end of 1964
as against 28,600 in 1965.
In the publications field, 45
right-wing organs had a total cir-
culation of 183.000 in 1964. going
up to a circulation of 227,000 in
1965. "The main cause for this in-
crease." he said, "was the rise in
the circulation of the Deutsihe Na-
tional -und-Soldatenzeitung and the
Deutsche Nachiichtcn Zeitung. "
The latter is the organ of the Na-
tional Democratic Party. In adui-
tion, 61 foreign and 40 German an-'
ti-Semitic periodicals were in cir-
culation in West Germany in 1965.
Of the 521 Nazi and anti-Semitic
incidents in 1965. the .Minister of
the Interior said. 107 involved
threats and insults. 54 cases were
concerned with the spreading of
anti-Semitic posters and leaflets
19 incidents involved damage to
Jewish cemeteries. A total of 201
offenders were apprehended, in-
cluding 58 childrn.
Lueker said: "The increases
were not serious. In many cases,
punishment was avoided by the
right-wing radicals, posing as per-
sons loyal to the Constitution. But
while the situation was not serious,
the positions of the right-wing radi-
cals has to be watched carefully.
The most sinister event was the
increase in the circulation of the
Deustche National und -Soldaten-
zcitung, which has succeeded in
attracting national interest and
constantly propagandizes against
victims of the war and against Is-
rael."
An official of a commission
of the Bundestag, the lower
house of the West German Par-
liament, said that the question
of whether the extremist pamph-
lets and newspapers could be
prosecuted was now undvr
examination. H. Schmitt-Vocken-
hausen, chairman of the Bundu-
stag Commission of the- Interioi,
also said that he felt that the
extreme- right-wing organiz*-
tions were not an "acute dan-
ger" to the constitutional order
of the federal republic He add-
ed he had found no evidence c*
a general trend toward extrerr-
ism among refugees and expel-
lee organizations.
The Office for the Protection of
the Constitution in Cologne said
that nearly half of the reported ex-
tremists belong to the National
Democratic Party. Interior Minis-
ter Lueker said in his report that
the party attempts to adapt itself
outwardly to changing political
conditions of the postwar genera-
tion and now no longer was open-
ly promoting Nazi ideas.
Rabbi Plaut to
Speak at Israel
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. of Tor-
ito. will be guest speaker for
' Contemporary' Jew in Ameri-
adult study scries at Temple
el of Greater Miami on Sun-
at 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Plaut. who has written a
umber of books on Reform Juda
*m, as well as commentary on the
rook of Job, will discuss "The Re
Bious Life of the American Jew."
A graduate of the Universities
Heidelberg and Berlin, Rabbi
lam was ordained at the He-
re* Union College and served
: ulpits in Chicago and St. Paul be-
ore assuming his present post at
Holy Blossom in 1961. He received
"ie Bronze Star for service as a
-haplain in the U.S. Army during
>Wld War II.
Dr. Plaut has been among sup.
totters of greater Sabbath ob-
servance for Reform Jewry and
M rved en a special committee with
*abbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
fle Israel, studying the problem
,or the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Aussie Jews Eye
Rise of Birchites
Temporary executive committee of the Florida
Region oi the Yeshiva University Alumni As-
sociation meets at Waldman's Hotel: Seated
left to right) are Moses Grundwerg, co-chair-
man; Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, chairman; and Dr.
Matthew Zuckerman, co-chairman. Standing
(left to right) are Herbert Berger, Ira Steinmetz,
Dr. Joseph Singer, Samuel Waldman, Abra-
ham J. Gittelson.
Ask Reds to Treat Jews Equally
NEW YORK iJTA) Cultural
rights for Jews in the Soviet Union
at least equal to those recently
j..:aranteed by official decree to
the German minority in Russia-
was requested by the American
Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Thus, hundreds of thousands of
Polish citizens who took refuge
in the I'SSR during World War II,
as well as others of Polish origin,
were permitted to return to Po
land.
The Kalmyks and the Chechen-
Ingush, for example, were repat-
The Conference, which repre- j riated to their newly reestablished
Bents 24 national Jewish organiza-1 autonomous republics. And, as thv
_ .. __u _ '.ions in matters dealing with tne "2* .. c
_ ... Demonstrates, the Soviet Germen
rights of Jews in the Soviet Lnion,, minority was forraaBy rehabil-
nmultaneously released a docu-! Mated, and its educational, cultural
merited report which details and communal institutions con-
aspects of the educational and cul-jtinue to expand. Soviet Jewry -
, .. ... ; though its loyalty during the war
tunl in.Utut.ons currently mil- JTL**, impugned remains
able to the 1,600.000 Russians of|th^ sole exception to the rule of
German nationality now living in
the Soviet Union. A decree on Rus-
sians of German nationality living
in this country was issued by the j
Supreme Court Soviet on August!
29. 1964. In making public the do-;
rumented report, the Conference'
said that the facts should be com-
pared to the cultural status of the
Jews in Russia.
"In the name of simple jus-
tice, the Jews in Russia should
be treated at least as well as the
Volga Germans, regarded as
enemies in World War II," Rab-
bi Israel Miller, chairman of the
conference, declared in an ap-
peal to the Soviet Government.
He phrased his appeal in the
very words adopt e-' uy the Sup-
reme Soviet in dealing with the
problems of Russians of German
ethnic background, making only
one chavje in the phraseology
of the decree the substitution
of the word "Jewish" for the
word "German" in the two
places it appears.
The purpose of our document-
ed report." Rabbi Miller said, "is
to raise a very simple question:
]f the Soviet Germans, wideh di
persed through Soviet republics,
are permitted schools in which to
:each their children the German
language and literature, as well
- daily and weekly newspapers,
textbooks, teachers institutes and
the like why not also the Soviet
Jew? who number 3.000.000?''
vealed in the documentary report
on the Soviet Germans demon-
strate what can be done."
NEW YORK (JTA) The
John Birch Society has found a
vehicle for its propaganda and li-
terature in Australia to the con-
cern of that country's 70.000 Jews,
an Australian Jewish leader re
ported here to the World Jewish
Congress. Isi Leibler. member of
the Executive Council of Austin
lian Jewry and chairman of the
Public Relations Committee of the
Victoria Jewish Board of Deputies,
met with WJC officials here dur-
ing a brief stopover on his way
back to Australia.
"What we are concerned j
about," Leibler reported, "is the ;
coalescence of extreme right- j
wing and anti-Semitic groups in
Australia around a right-wing
journal which is disseminating
John Birch Society propaganda
and literature." He identified
j the journal as the "Australian
National News Review" which
appears in magazine format in
Sidney. "It is sympathetic to the
John Birch line and is reported
to have a circulation of 17,000,"
Leibler said.
He stated that one of the per-
sons report wily closely associated
with the publication is Eric But-
ler, national director of :he Aus-
tralian League cf Rights, a known
anti-Semitic of long stand.:
the author of anti-Semiti<
the "Protocols of the Elders f
Zion."
Leibler reported that a MKshnp
run by Butler fn Melbo
a center for the distributi n >i r.
| ti Semitic literature and b I I
point for right-wine. fas,, -t pro.
apartheid and former E iropi a
Fascist elements.
Symposium On
'Intermarriage'
On Wednesday. 8 p si the
fourth in the monthly syr losiums
of adult education will b-- ield at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Under the heading. I- the Jew
Vanishing," spiritual leader '>f the
> temple. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
: will speak on "The Jew in Amer-
icaWhat is the Answer Inter-
i marriage?"
Chairmen of the adult
committee are Murray
and Martin I. Taut
restoring minority group rights
and of enhancing and expanding
them."
Several token concessions
have been made in response to
the pressure of world opinion,
according to Rabbi Miller.
Among them he listed the pub-
lication of a few Yiddish books
over the past seven years, the
appearance of a Yiddish literary
monthly, and many perform-
ances of Jewish folk songs and
dramatic skits. But these tokens.
Rabbi Miller emphasized, "do
not Legin to scratch the surface
of our basic demands," which
he listed as fellows:
"1. The restoration of Jewish
schools and of special courses and
classes in Yiddish. Hebrew and
Russian, so as to makt it possible
for Soviet Jews to transmit their
heritage to their children.
"2. T'ue establishment of an in-
stitutional center to provide for
all the religious need* of Soviet
lews including a rabbinical sem-
inary, the publication of religious
b oks, the production of religious
articles, the maintenan;."? of con-
tact and communication among
: abbis and congregations inside ;he
'JSSK and between Soviet Jewry
anj Jewish communities abroad.
' Phoebe is a short-distance talker.
Likes to keep in close touch
with her friends.
The one across the street, r
the one next door,
' the one in the next block,
and the one three houses down.
Phoebe's one of our favorite customers.
Just loves her phone.
(What else that costs so little makes her world so big?)
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' 3 The creation of unified cen-
tral institutions to supervise the
enhancement and expansion of
Jewish educational and cultural
i, .. ,. ii j .i_ iL k*e through publishing houses,
Rabbi Miller stressed hat the professional theaters, institutes for
rorthcoming Congress of the Com- nsearch and hjgher )earnint;, cu).
nTAi,P/rty "* SOV1.e.1 V^' tural-communal centers so as
vcheduled to convene on March 28, t0 s will have an historic opportunity to, me m tne USSR
undo the grievous wrongs commit-
ted against the Jewish people in
ihe USSR. That Congress, he point-1
t-d out, comes just one decade af-
ter the famous 20th Congress, held
jn February. 1956, which provided1
a major turning-point in Soviet his-:
tory by revealing many of Stalin's'
crimes and promising a return to
decency in Soviet public life.
'One of the promises of that
Congress," Rabbi Miller noted,
"was to rectify tbe wrongs done to
various nationalities. Some of
"4. From a humane point of
view: the reunion of families
that were shattered and dis-
persed durin.g the war and the
Nazi occupation. This would in-
volve prmission for scores of
thousands of Soviet Jews to leave
the USSR to rejoin their rela-
tives in Israel, the United States
and other countries.
"These are basic minimal de
mands," Rabbi Miller stated, "to
restore tbe right of the Soviet
those promises were -carried out. Jews to live as Jaws. The fact* re-
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