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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 25, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01938

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

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
19 Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday. March 25, 1966
Three Sections Price ZQ
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Saigon Tells Diplomatic Exchange With Israel
U \>IU\GTOX (JTA) South lhi. i;.,;., ......-_ ,
\\ \>HINGTON (JTA) South
se Ambassador Vu Ban
nnounced here Tuesday that
hi- (Government "has decided to
establish full and normal 'dp jure'
atic relations with Israel, as
a n suit of negotiations with Israeli
diplomats just concluded in Bang
Icok The Ambassador said the
del i was conveyed to him in
an official cable just received by
his bassy from Saigon. He said
this decision resulted from the
detailed recent negotiations in
Bangkok between Israeli and Viet-
namese diplomats."
Ambassador Thai expressed
"great pleasure" at the news and
voiced hope that the establishment
of diplomatic relations with Israel
would "denote the beginning of a
larger Israeli program of assist-
ance- He recalled his visit to
Israel in 1358. the deep impression
made upon him by the kibbutzim,
and the importance his Govern-
ment attaches to training by
"Mahal." the soldier-farmer con-
cept developed in Israel He cited
his country's "need and desire for
Israeli technical assistance and
supplies."
The Ambassador revealed that
contacts with Israel for expand-
ed assistance have been develop-
ing since July, 1964, and came
to a climax after the recent Hon-
olulu conference "where Presi-
dent Johnson visualized and
urged a more active Israeli role"
in support of Saigon.
Immediately after the Honolulu
talks, said the Ambassador, "pro-
cedural diplomatic discussions with
Israel were undertaken in Bang-
kok, leading to the decision now
reported from Saigon to create
full diplomatic relations witii
Israel."
The Ambassador also reveal" I
another cable from Saigon, di*
closing that his Government. 2"
the end of 1965. accepted an Israeli
invitation to train 15 South Vie:
manese agricultural experts .i
Israel.
Viet Nam Opens
Xegotiations For
Self-Help Project
s
Mo
\,i:
IXGTON (JTAi Nego-
i now in pro-res. for
s si s t a n c e invoh ing
nstructors to serve in
N'am. South Vietnamese
i Vu Van Thai disclosed
in an interview here.
part of the Israeli army
mbers live and work in
and other agricultural
Ambassador Thai said the idea
for an active Israeli role in sup-
port of his nation was suggested
by President Johnson at the
recent Honolulu conference. Mr.
Thai accompanied the President
to Hawaii, then went with Vice
Continued on Page 15-A
Youth Attack
Religious
School Work
saVOk,'
DR. JUDAH PILCH
alarming discoveries
bassador visualized a
or diplomatic- contacts
PUth Viel N'am and l-i ., .
fall short ol lull recogni-
sent, there are no reg-
ain- relations between
.ernments State Depart-
ices predicted, m e a n-
il Saigon would, in the
fu t ure. establish formal
lie relations with Israel
slates, according to the
v iador, have threatened to
rei : ize the National Liberation
1 Viet Cong) if normal diplo-
relations are established be-
Saigon and Jerusalem
IN Body Formally
\ otes Battle on Bias
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)The
United Nations Commission on Hu-
man Rights adopted this week a
clause in a draft ((invention on
elimination of religious tolerance
which would call on member states
to "combat prejudices such as an-
ti-Semitism and other manifesta-
tions which lead to religious intol-
erance
This is the first time a major UN
convention will mention anti-Sem-
itism specifically. The vote was 12
to four, with four abstentions. The
Soviet blocthe USSR, Poland and
the Ukrainewhich fought all
proposals calling lor a specific
reference to anti-Semitism, ab-
stained. The USSR for the past six
years has fought to keep all Con-
ventions on religious freedom from
UN action.
The move to refer to anti-
Semitism was initiated by As-
sociate Justice Haim Cohn, the
Israeli representative. He was
firmly supported by Morris B.
Abram, the United States dele-
gate, and as firmly opposed by
Evgeny Nasinovsky, the Soviet
delegate. Narciso Irureta, Chile,
presented a different formula-
tion and Justice Cohn withdrew
his version and supported the
Chilean language.
Nasinovsky rn posed a call to
combat prejudices against the
"Christian, Moslem, Buddhist. Hin-
du. Judaic and other religions."
Only the Soviet bloc members vo-
ice! for that version, 12 voted
Ben-Gurion meanwhile asserted against and six abstained.
that Israel was "tired of the pies
Gurion, and by Gahal. the ,it regime ol corruption." Speak- Those voting lor the Chilean
Herat and the old Liberal ing at a meeting of the Tel Aviv amendment were Israel, the Uni-
branch of Rafi, he said: What ted states. Britain. France. Argen-
ESHKOL BEATS DOWN GURION DRIVE
\o/i Confidence Motion
Defeated in Parliament
SALEM (JTAi A mo-
'"" '' non-confidence in Israel's
"on Government, introduced
111 Ihi Knesset by two opposition
1 was overwhelmingly dc
! in the house last week by
1 88 to 30. with five absten-
"' rhe motion had been pre-
by Rafi. the dissident party
former Prime Minister-Da-
and Mr. Beigin. The voting mar-
ked the first time the Israel
Communist Party supported the
Government coalition, the Com-
munists lining up with the pro-
Government forces this time to
defeat the joint Rafi-Gahal
move
led bj Menahem Beigin.
motion was based on re
allegedly made by Foreign
Abba Khan, in a recent
ev, printed by the Parisian
*i Le Monde, In which
was quoted as presuni
ling the former Ben Gu-
Continued on Page 15-A
Continued on Page 9-A
NEW Vi iHK -(JTA Jev ish
adolescents throughout the United
states are critical of subject mat-
ter taught to them in Jewish ele-
mentary religious schools, often
"by poor teachers." according to
a report on a studj released here
;his week
The data were based mi a study
ol 1,051 Jewish students made by
the National Curriculum Research
Institute, a division ol the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Edu-
cation. The data were presented
to 250 Jewish educators and com-
munal leaders from 38 major
cities participating in a National
Conference of Jewish Education
convened by the AAJE. The survey
was made- during 1964. 1965 and
during early 1966 under the super-
vision ol Dr, Judah Filch. Institute
director. The study was made on
college campuses, secondary
schools and summer camps.
Or Pilch said that Jewish ad-
olescents, "like their peers in the
general community, are now in
full retreat from the home"
which can no longer be consid-
ered "an important cohesive
agent" in Jewish education.
The study found that students
felt that much of Jewish religious
instruction "takes the form of re-
ligious entertainment. utilizing
tranquilizers," with instruction
often "dull and vapid." Dr Pilch
said that the criticism did not im-
ply a lack of interest in Jewish
education or negotation of Jewish
education on the part of the youth.
On the contary, he said, the stu-
dents felt that Jewish schools
should inspire students to want to
live Jewishly.
Most of the youth who continued
their Jewish education went to
Continued on Page 8-A
2-YEAR ABSENCE
Bonn to Try Claims Expert?
'iiini as "military ad-
Mr. Etoan told the
his remarks on
- n referred not to Mr,
I

The Stale
Dr.
BONN -HA
i rosecutor's Office here announ Austrian
miiitiu\ ced tha| Dr Hans Deiitsch, the in-
lernationally-known Jewish legal
Deutsch, who holds both
and Israeli citizenship.
was arrested here in November,
-on, tenure as Prime Min- ^t'onVerrnVn compensation mi while attend,,,, to a client's
the last election cam- mi Vi/, vl(,m, mll b,. tried by claim at the West German Minis-
KnesJt th" Rt .''"' '' Germar ""''' "" charges of "in- try of Finance. He has been held
on uie nan list citina people to make claims for m solitary confinement in the t'en-
Tht debate on the motion
marked the first open collabora-
">n between Mr. Ben-Gurion
peopli
compensation they are *ot enti- tral Prison here along with a form-
lled to The date of the trial was er SS officer and aide to Adolf
not given. Eichmann, M Wilke, who is charg-
ed with having been Dr Deutsch's
"accomplice
At the time ol the arrest, an in-
fluential Parisian newspaper. Le
Monde, defended Dr. Deutsch and
charged that the move was a "ma-
neuver" by Bonn to discredit the
Jewish attorney and "spoil his
reputation "
I .S. Studies
Detention Of
Jew in Syria
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department made know
this week ii wa> investigating rii-=
detention of an American Jew in
Syria for almost two years in ap-
parent violation of internation..
law Edward J. Levy. 25. was re
leased by Syria last week to Israel
in exchange for a Syrian held by
Israel.
Mr. and Mrs Irving Levy, of
New York City, had reported the
disappearance of their son to the
U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv. But his
whereabouts emerged only wit:-
the exchange.
The State Department spokes-
man, Robert McCloskey, said that
this was first word Levy was held
Continued on Page 2-A
Pope Sees
Peace Pilot
PARIS JTA Abie V
of Tel Aviv, Israel's self-appointe
peace emissary, arrived in Pa -
from Home n ill: h ipes ol seeit -
President Chai les d ( ..
with plans id :.-.,v here short
for New i orl
"set eral pers for the sai
aim ol .. i
N'ath: ed o\ ernight fame
lasl month when he piloted
ancient plane lo Porl Said in
futile attempt to see Egypti;
President Nasser in a bid to
Egj ptian [si aeli p e a c e talks
started Port Said officials ...
him enough fuel to fly home.
Nathan was received at the
Vatican by Pope Paul who told h
"Our benediction goes to everj
bod) who makes an effort
peace Nathan presented the P
with a Hebrew-English Bible
Continued on Page 11-A


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Miami AJComm. Names New Director
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dau. The couple, who will liv
Coral Gables, have two children,
Abraham 25, a graduate assistant
Meyer Bass is the new area di-
rector of the American Committee
(or the State of Florida.
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein,
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of AJCommittee. announc-
ed Bass" appointment to the top
post here Wednesday.
Bass, who assumes his respon-
sibilities immediately, comes to
Miami and the American Jew-
ish Committee following a dec-
ade as executive director of the
Jewish Community Center of
Milwaukee, Wise.
Previously, he was for seven
ears assistant director of a simi-
ar program in Cleveland, 0., as
well as director of youth services
of tli<' National Jewish Welfare
Board in New York, in which ca-
pacity he filled the post of execii'
ve secretary oi the National Jew-
-h Youth Conference from 1949
u 1949
new Miami director holds
ee from the Cit; Col-
i New Yoik (1937) and Certi
n Social Work from the
iraduate School <>i Jewish Social
\m '' I '"I ing his term oi
.iih the NJWB, Bass
ir the Jew ish Center P
Aids and also editor of the
vish Center Worker Magaziai.
a membi i of the A :ad<
lified Social Workers.
' le ui Milwaukee, Bass scr-
ed as president of the Wisconsin
iVelfare Council for two years in
and 1963. He was chairman
a special community surve>
i a ittei oi the United Commu
\ Services of Milwaukee from
6 to 1966. He was elected pres-
denl ol the Southeastern Wiscon-
MCYER BASS
.n Chapter of the National
elation ol Social Workers in 1959.
Cuirently, Bass is an active
member of the Exchange Com-
mittee of the National Associa-
tion of Jewish Center Workers,
serving as chairman of the inter-
national projects committee.
In 1945 and 1946, Ba>s made a
cial toui land ami I
ee for the NJWB and established
contacts with > mth agencies for
[o -in in 3 and i el uilding J< wish
youth activities there. He attended
the World Youth Conference in
London in 1945 as a member of
the American delegation.
During this time, lias- worked
with the American Jewish Com-
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SARAH KEISER
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mitlee as a consultant in the de-,
velopment of the film, "Make Way
for Youth,'" and he also was invol-;
ved as an agency representative,
in the development of the war-time
radio series, "Here's to Youth.''
In 1960. Bass was awarded a
three-month Israel Residence Fel-
lowship for Jewish Social Workers
to provide an opportunity for ex-
change of information and train-
ing experiences. He lectured
throughout Israel in association'
v. ith the Hebrew University School
of Social Work. Histadrut, and the
Ministry of Welfare.
He now serves as chairman of
the Israel Residence Fellowship
Committee responsible for selec-,
ting and financing the coordina-
tion of this exchange project.
Numerous professional articles
by the new Greater Miami Chapter
director have appeared in "Jour-
nal ol Jewish Communal Servic
"Jewish Center Worker," and
other publications
In announcing the appoint-
ment of Bass here, Mrs. Pinkel-
stcin also announced the appoint- .
ment of Mrs. Eleanor Lipton as
assistant area director for the
State of Florida. Mrs. Lipton
served as area director for the
past two years, and prior to that
as executive assistant.
A native of Florida. Mrs. Lipton
attended Tulaiie University and
lived in New Orleans. La., for
some ten years before moving to
Miami in 1958. she served on the
leadership advisory committee of
the Metro Community Relations
Board and the executive commit
tee of the Hade County Community
Task Force.
During the past year, she has
been CO director of an Institute on
School Desegragation sponsored
by the University of Miami, she
is a member of the National As
sociation of Intergroup Relations
Officials, Jewish Community Rela-
tions Workers, and Adult Educa-
tion Association.
Mrs. Ira Mogul will continue
to serve as executive assistant
working on memberships and
communications for the AJ Com-
mittee Greater Miami Chapter.
Social Singles To Dance
A dance will highlight th
tivities bj the B'nai B'rith Social
- ngles group on Saturday night,
9 p in at the Barcelona Hot I
at the University of Wisconsin
The new director's wife is the journalism, and Rebecca 19.
former Helen Landau, daughter of, freshman, also at the Unlvers
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MAMIANS FILE LOCALLY
Nazi ^ ictims in May
Deadline for Claims
M YORK 'TV A number
or catej tries victims of Nazi
persecution, who failed to file resti-
tution claims with West German
authorities by j.-. earlier deadline,
have until May 23. li>66 to file such
claims, n was announced here by
the I'n.ted Restitution Organiza-
tion. Hn earlier deadline was April
1. 195K
Persons eligible for such pay-
ments, vhich will be made from a
special :und set up by West Ger-
many, r.clude those whose jewelry
and vir.iables were confiscated by
the Na:;> during the Second World
War in concentration camps, labor
camps, ghettos and other places
:n France. Belaium. the Nether-
lands, Poland, the Baltic states.
Russia, the Ukraine, Bohemia.
Moravia, parts of Czechoslovakia.
Greece, the Serbian part of Yugo-
slavia and in Italy after September
8. 1943. as well as in the Mau-
i thausen and Nalzweiler concentra-
tion camps in Germany proper.
Claims may also be filed, the URO
noted, for furniture and household
goods confiscated by the Nazis in
France. Belgium and Holland from
1942 through 1944.
If the owner of the confiscated
property is deceased, payment may
either be claimed by the surviving
spouse or children only. Claim-
ants for this restitution may either
contact organizations or lawyers
who handle general indemnifica-
tion or restitution claims, or file
directly with the Special Buildings'
and Property Administration of thy
Berlin Finance Office at l-'asanen-
strasse 87. Berlin, 12. West Germ-
any.
(Local agency is Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jewish
Women. 1317 B i s c a y n e Blvd..
Miami.)
Rabin Delegate To Convention
Saul Rabin, education director of
Beth David Congregation Religious
School, will serve as a delegate
to the 14th annual convention of
the Educators Assembly of the
United Synagogue of America
The convention is at the Concord
Hotel, Kiamesha Lake. N.Y., this
'. i k Rabbi Seymour Fox. deai
Of the Teacher's Institute '
Theological Seminary of Am
keynoter of the convention.
"Recruitment and Training
Jewish Educational Personnel ..
the theme around which the
tors are centralizing their talks
Musical Play
At Beth Torah
Beth Torah Congregation Play-
ers will present an original musical
three act p 1 a y, "My Son, the
Mothers," on Saturday and Sunday
evenings.
Seats for both performances may
be purchased at the temple office
or at the door the night of the
show.
NOW...
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This plan helps
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ANYONE who must make a fixed, periodic
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Anyone is eligible to receive the
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amount you'd like every month. Dade Federal
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of our qualified savings officers.
'computed at our dividend rate of <'ii a veer, compounded quarte*h.
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MAIN OFFICE: X0X East Flagler Street
Convenient Branch Locations
Allapartah Branch
1400 N. W. 36th Street
North Miami Branch
12600 N. W. 7th Avenue
Tamiami Branch
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fJenist Floridliiain
Friday, March 25. 1966
Miamians Named to National Committee
On Federation Planning For Education
Two Greater Miami community Welfare Federation and of Jewish
leaders have been named to a education in Detroit, lie is a na-
Natiotial Committee on Federation ,iona| vjcc pi.esidont of the AAJE.
Flanmng for Jewish Education
which has been established by the Lavy M. Becker, past president,
mncil ol Jewish Federations and of the Montreal Federation and a,
board member of the CJFWF, is
vice chairman. Maurice Bernstein.'
director of community planning
for the CJFWF, is committee sec-
ret a ry.
The commitee is addressing it-
self to the following questions:
What responsibilities are most
appropriate lor Jewish Federa-
tions In the field of Jewish edu-
cation?
What criteria should guide
Jewish Federations in support-
ing Jewish education?
What should be the relationship
between Federations and such
central instruments as Bureaus
of Jewish Education. Jewish
education committees. United
Dr. Eisenberq is Named Consultant
fltiMAU
MYIRS
Welfare Funds, it was announced
by Lewis H Weinstein, of Boston.
' IFWF president
Stanley C. Myers, past president.
d David B Fleeman, vice prcsi-
<: of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, are among the mem-
i the national committee
i -iliated bj Weinstein.
The Committee will be con-
cerned with community responsi-
bilities for strengthening the
quality of Jewish education in
crder to make it most helpful
o the children and adults served
and to the community as a
whole.
Formation of the committee was'
recommended by delegates to the
. inual General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
V. ill arc Fiindv
I
The Council and the American j
Association for Jewish Education
are cooperating closely in the work
of the committee, whose chairman
i- Mandel Berman. of Detroit.
Berman is a leader of the Jewish
A Survey on Jewish Education
in Greater Miami was initiated
here this week under the chair-
manship of David B. Fleeman. it
was announced W e d n e s d a y by
Joseph M. I.ipton. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The survey was begun following
recommendations by the Budget
Committees ol Federation for the
pasl two years, I.ipton said. He
noted that the recommendations
were approved by both the exe-
cutive committee and board of
governors of federation.
I.ipton said. '"Our purpose closely
parallels that of the just-announced
National Committee on Federation
planning for Jewish education."
Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, execu-
tive vice president of the Jewish
Educational Committee of New
York, has been engaged by the
Survey on Jewish Education in
Greater Miami as its consultant.
Dr. Eisenberg. a nationally-
known author, educator and re-
searcher on Jewish education, is
a member of the national commit-
tee on Federal planning lor Jewish
education. He arrived in Miami
Wednesday to begin meetings with
the local committee of which Flee-
man, vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is chair-
man.
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Hebrew Schools. Associated Tal-
mud Torahs
What should be relationship of
Jewish Federations with 'com-
munal schools'" and synagogue
schools?
What should be the financial and
planning relationship of these
Jewish Federations to the dif-
ferent types of Jewish schools?
How can the major problems in
Jewish education be overcome?
What can be done about indif-
ference in the community, frag-
mentation in Jewish education,
quality of teacher training, cur-
riculum with inadequate student
i m p a C t. limitation of most
Jewish education to elementary
\ears. the need for top-level lay
leadership in Jewish education,
and the present inadequate
status of Jewish education gen>
erally?
The committee will also examine
how Jewish education can be re-
lated to other communal respons
bilities through the comnuinit;
planning process.
Committee members Include a
number of Jewish Federation lea
ers throughout North America
chairmen of community planning
committes on Jewish education
chairmen and directors of Bureau.
of Jewish Education, executive
directors of Federations, and edu-
cational leaders in the Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform congre-
gational movements.
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DR. AZRIU IISENBERG
Greater Miami, was named a vice
chairman of the survey committee.
I.ipton also announced that Dr.
Samuel Dinsky. of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York,
will serve as Dr. Eisenberg's a-
sociate in the new project.
Louis Schwartzmann. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will work closely with
the survey committee. In addition.
Robert P. Forman. assistant exe-
cutive director of Federation, will
provide stalf service to the com-
mittee.
Rosichan Slated
At Belle Plaza
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive di-
rector of the (Heater Miami Jew
i*h Federation, will speak at the
annual Combined
s Iewish Appeal
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morning. 10 a.m..
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William Agra-
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State of Israel Bonds, is chairman
of the Terrace Towers committee.
Agranove also is a board member
of Temple Beth Sholom and active
in the Florida Region of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Named by CJA associate chair-
man, Milton Weiss, to serve on
the committee with Agranove
re Al Abrams, Irving Glad-
stone, Ben Grunstein, Dr. Sam-
uel Lauer, Isadore Levins, Da-
vid Roazen and Benjamin Ro-
man.
Rosichan. who assumed his pres-
ent position in 1960. is one of the
nation's foremost community plan-
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directs the annual CJA in Create!
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ARTHUR SCHLESINGER, JR. AND ACTOR ANTHONY QUINN WILL PARTICIPATE
Bonds to Open Drive at Chai Dinner
Gn iter Miami's Jewry will join
in celebrating Israel's year ofi
'Chai," 18th anniversary of state-
hood, at a dinner Sunday evening,
Apr. 17, at the Fontainebleau llo-
lel under the auspiees ot the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Israel Bond
chairman here, said the dinner
will launeh the 19C6 Israel Bond
drive.
Special guests featured will be
Arthur Schlesinger Jr., special
advisor to the late President
Airman Siesholtz
Finishes Course
Stephen L. Siesholtz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert \V. Siesholtz, of
1670 NB 162 St., N. Miami Beach,
has been graduated from a training
course for U.S. Air Force techni-
cal instructors given at Sheppard
Air Force Base in Texas.
Airman Third Class Siesholtz. a
graduate of North Miami High
School, will remain at Sheppard
AFB as instructor with the Air
Training Command.
John f. Kennedy, and Anthony
Ouinn, motion picture star, who
recently returned from Israel,
where he made a film.
SchU'sinser will deliver ;i major
address dealing with the broaden-
ng of the frontiers of freedom.
Juinn w'll oiler a special drama-
tic reading.
Rabbi Kronish revealed that this
year"s goal is expected to be the
highest in the 15-year history of
the bond drive. Noting that the He-
brew word "Chai" means both
"eighteen" and "life," he pointed
out thai "Israel Bonds must con-
tinue to infuse life and strength
iiiiu Israel's economy."
Rabbi Kronish announced that
Sidney 1) Ansin will serve as
chairman of the dinner. Heading
the committee with him will be
Samuel Friedland and Leonard
Rosen, past Israel Bond chairmen,
and now honorary chairmen.
Ansin is president of television
station WCKT, ch. 7. In 1963. he
was the recipient of the Israel Re-
demption Award, presented to him
by Israel's Ambassador Katriel
Katz.
Active on behalf of many civ-
ic and philanthropic causes, An-
sin has been a leader in Greater
Miami's Israel Bond effort since
the inception of the bond pro-
gram, and served as the first Is-
rael Bond Synagogue chairman
in Greater Miami. More recent-
ly, he has been serving as Flori-
da State Israel Bond chairman.
Ansin announced that a commit-
tee of leaders representing every
segment of the community will
join in planning the full scope of
the dinner.
Two New Posts
For Financiers
At Dade Federal
C. A Duncan Jr., presidenl
the United States Sa> in
Leagiu. '-..< jo, has an
the appointmi nl ol Joseph M I .
j ton, presidenl of Dade Fed<
Savings and Loan Association, to
two important 1966 nosts member-
ship in the international develop-
ment and the urban renewal com-
mittees.
Also announced was the appoint
ment of Ronald A. I.ipton. Dade
Federal's executive vice president,
to the League's trends and econom-
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If you're sailing to
Europe & Israel,
when should you say
Shalom?
April 29, May 27, June 30 and July 29
Shalom is a special word. It means
peace. Israelis say "Shalom" when they
welcome you, when they bid you fare-
well, when they wish you all the good
things in life.
Shalom is also the name of the nic-
est luxury liner afloat. This year the
Shalom is making four transatlantic
trips to Israel with stops in Lisbon and
Piraeus. The dates? April 29 returning
May 13, May 27 returning June 16,
June 30 returning July 15 and July 29
returning August 15. What's more, the
May 27 and July 29 sailings are spe-
cial cruise-like voyages with extra ports
of call.
That's about all you have to know.
Except that the Shalom is filled with
such good things as swimming pools,
sauna baths, first-run films and a worm-
hearted Israeli crew that makes sure
every passenger gets VIP treatment
every minute.
Don't forget, on August 30 the
Shalom sails from New York on a 48-day
High Holiday Festival Cruise to the
Mediterranean and Israel. And, if you're
planning to be in Israel or Europe, Zim
has "Zimpatico" weekly sailings be-
tween Marseilles and ,* Haifa.
LINES
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Other Offices: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto.
all Zim Lines ships registered in Israel
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PHONE 532-7326
For Information & Reservations
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Fcge 8-A
*Jewisi> Hcridiajn
Friday. March 25. 1966
Youth Hit Jewish Education
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish high schools on their own-
initiative. Only 12 percent were in-
fluenced to do so by parents.
Among those who per-
cent indicated no interest and 30
percent I because of conflict
with public s< hool schedule -
fell strongly that
"radical changes" were needed in
.- sch curricula, including
more selectivity. Most students
. -n schools c .'
;.;. thi
and n I
present time.
Bernard Silver, founder of the Bacl Shem Tov Forest In Israel,
.s congratulated by William Bomstein, president of the lew- Jq Annual 5eCier
On other matters, 49 opposed
mixed dating, 41 percent favor-
ed such dating and 10 percent
undecided. Dr. Pilch said that
these figures were "alarming"
and indicated a problem with
which Jewish educators must
cose.
Dr Isadore Breslau, AAJE pres-
ident, called for mobilization of
opportunities for Jewish education
foi all children, regardle-- of econ-
mil" status. He proposed establish-
ment of central, commun.".
systems of Jewish education "to
avoid chaos."
Convention Planned for June
Bi ard membc rs <>i I
County Optometric Ass
financial resources will meel ;.t :.;- office ol
,,; jhe Jewish community to Macy Sezzir 8023 Bisca
strengthen its education apparal -
(in Mon.lay ;it 8 ; m. I ;--
ish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, who is shown
-olding a testimonial upon the establishment of a Mnachla
.:-. Israel. Abraham Grunhut, vice president of the INF Council
here, holds another certificate showing the establishment of
The woodland in memory of Silver's parents in the Baal Shem
Tov Forest In Israel. Silver also wears the Jewish National
Fund Medal of Honor. Right is Jacob C. Fishman, "Man of the
Vor.th" for March.
Weekend Meeting Set for Judeans
Young Judea junior conclave.
: r.der the direction of Don Pricha-
is scheduled t<> be held Apr.
17 at Happy Cloud R
- uth Zionist Youth
: b> Hadas-
sah and ZOA, "ill send represen-
tatives to the assembly, which will
be attended by 60 Young Judeans
and staffed by 14 counselors.
Theme of the weekend will be
: War of Independence."
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One delicious Streit macaroon leads to
another and another...and another...
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under rabbinical supervision of
HAbBI AARON S0L0VEICHIK
RABM BIALIK
Annual Passover Seder at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom is scheduled for
Monday evening. Apr. 4. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish conducting
the ceremony, assisted by Cantor
David Conviser and the Beth Sho-
lom choir.
Chairman of the traditional af-
fair will be Ralph Spero. temple
past president, according to an
announcement by Louis F. Snet-
man, president.
Information on the dinner, open
to members and non-members, is
available at the temple office. 4144
Chase Ave.
.1 center on | lans for I
teacbi !e and ConventjOI] ,, be held Mi
i(j attract the best types ol profes- Beach in '
sionals t<> Jewish teaching he
special Inducements in re- _^_^^__^_^^^_^___^_
cruiting, training and employment
with "greater status and the type
oi financial compensation" Jewish
education deserved.
Dr. Brc-lau laid the blame for
the connection between poor
Jewish parents.
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ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
Lamb in a beautiful
continental atmosphere.
Authentic Middle East
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2980 N.W. 7th St.
635-9716 634-967
He called for a "reawakening
of the adults or parents and a re-
furbishing of the Jewish home,
spiritually ar'i intellectually."
Jewish education, he said, must
be made "relevant to the con-
tinuity of the Jewish people."
Judge Simon Sobeloff stressed
the importance of affording equal
SAND-ELL
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Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAH5
WEDDINGS PAR" ES
Specializing in Home Catering
and Hotel Work
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866-6226
IF NO ANSWER DA.
866-5278
1216 NORMANDY DRIVE MB.
Young Adults Gala Social
Continuous dance music will be
featured al the affair sponsored
by Lea Bons Vivants, young adults
21 to 33. to be held at the Mont-
nartre Hotel on Friday evening
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
ER Catering for All Occasions
I Established in 1945
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M
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SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER
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1451 COLLINS AVE. HOB* "\V2 Phone JE 2-1671
Serving Kosher ior Passover Meals During Entire Week
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
NORMANDIE RESTAURANT
and CATERERS
940-71 st ST. UN 6-6043
Specialists for Weddings
Bar Mitivahs & Social Function!
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wig kosher caterers
i Hrav from hart d'oeuvret to a complete ouffet
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE PR 4-26J5
Uno.r the tnct supervmon of the United Kashrua AMcciatior '
G'eater Viarni Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra
OPIN HOUSE WEDD.NGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
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Friday, March 25. 1966
fjenislt Fkri'dUan
Page 9-A
UN Votes to Battle Bigotry
Continued from Page 1-A
Novelist Elie Wiesel (left), who survived Auschwitz to write
novingly of the holocaust's impact on the Jewish people, ac-
repte Lhe SI,000 B'nai B'rith Jewish Heritage Award for "ex-
. nee in Jewish literature." Wiesel is first winner of annual
.-:.ze given by the B'nai B'rith adult education commission to
. :\ author "who makes a positive contribution to contemporary
iterature by his authentic interpretations of Jewish lite and
es." Di. Louis L. Kaplan, president of Baltimore Hebrew
>ge, makes the presentation to Wiesel, author of five
ill New York.
Una, Austria. Chile. Costa Rica.
Dahmoney, Italy, the Netherlands
and Sweden. Voting against it
were India. Iraq, the Philippines
and Jamaica.
Article v of the Convention,
which incorporates the Chilean
clause, was then approved 15 for,
none against and >ix abst; .
The Soviet bloc was among the
abstainers, a stand which was con
-'in red irpt ise
The Commission then moved
on to debate other clauses which,
without naming the USSR, make
the Soviet Union's discrimina-
tion ag.iinst Russian Jewry a
target for condemnation. These
included a ban on restrictions on
the open practice of religion and
a clause urgir.-j member states
tc make incitement to hatred or
acts of violence against any re-
ligion or belief or against its ad-
herents "an offense punishable
by law" and to condemn all
propaganda meant to foster such
offenses.
In urging adoption of the clause
mentioning anti-Semitism, Abrami
said that 'unchecked anti-Semi-
tism" had a key role in the de-
velopment of the "criminal Nazi
state" which first fell upon its
Jews, then destroyed the freedomstthe area of reUgteua intolerance
of other Germans and then com and mitted "the systematic gnnoi Uie" was the rlaatit case* a* apartheid
Of several and the con- is in the a*M <>i racial liscrimina-
quest of Eurota Ha added thai in iion."
Vrabs Criticize I .S. Arms to Israel
JTA) Head a resolution deploring
ernments conclud la shipments to Israel by the
ifercncc in Cairo this L'nited States or inj other nation
i aggn ssion."
r Unit n, which made no re-
Is ael md pi rhate -r to recent heavy
United States arms supplies I
Ian and Si \ a >i ected
'_' \r;') premiers ad( he American argument that a
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conducted by
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bi lai'ci : ; er u is i ntial in
the Mid : h bi
The conference included re-
p-esentat!on of all Arab Le igue
member states except P esidtnt
Bourguiba, of Tunisia, who has
been at odds with other Arao
ruiers since he c. lied for Ai.ib-
ls)ael; peace talks last year. The
Cairo meeting was a preliminary
to a summit meeting of Arab
kings and presidents next
September in Algiers.
A conciliatory note was sent to
the conference by West Germany
with which most Arab states ended
diplomatic relations after Bonn
n cognized Israel. West Germany
reportedly pledged that economic
aid to Israel would exclude aid for
military purposes. Israel and West
Germany opened economic aid
talks two weeks ago.
Other items on the agenda were
delays in Arab projects to lower
the level ol the Jordan River now
lapped by Israel lor irrigation. Le-
banon reportedly asked for finan-
cial help for its .-hare of the diver-
sion costs. Other Arab states ex-
amined the facl f me diver-
sion projects \\ ed after
Israeli military on its
borders.
BALLROOM
APRIL 4-5
RESERVATIONS.
Bouquet Depf.:
JE 3-8811
Black Angus in Hialeah
Jack Silver and Herb Brodsky
are adding lo their chain ol Black
Angus Restaurants and Lounges
with one in Hialeah on P a I m
Springs Mile
Conslderablj larger than the
others, the Lounge will have i
ly entertainment. Harry Langl r
man will be general manager

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IHE FABULOUS ZEIGEft
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TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
MONDAY, APRIL 4th, at 7:00 p.m.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood,
Will Conduct the Seder,
Assisted by Cantor Ernest Stc-ner and Choir.
$12 per person
For rewrvotionj, coll 949 2442 in Miami, or 923 Sill in Hollywood
or coll Temple Otf KitzPlaza
NOIU OOt UIU1 ClUt ..
RESERVE NOW
FOS
TRADITIONAL
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Conducted by the Eminent
CANTOR
SAUL BREEH
& the Kamlot Choir
RESERVATIONS:
Mrs. Hoffman
JEfferson 1-6881
!
The Biscayne
Terrace Hotel
340 BISCAYNE BOUUVAfcU. MIAMI, FLA.
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
^2 Kosher Passover
Seder Services
APRIL 4 and 5
TO BE HELD AT THE
STARLIGHT BALLROOM
facing the Beautiful Biscayne Bay
Where Heavens and Stars
Join Festivities
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
RABBI SIMON APRIL OFFICIATING
Separate family tables if desired
Synagogi He Days

Assisted by
CANTOR
MORRIS
EERGER
12.50 For On* Night
920 Foi Two rights
r 10, $7:51 Each Ni< '--1
ROOM ACCC iF DESII
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pefruit Gefilte I
- Kugel
' ,'zcs Tzimes
Za-.e :ee Tea Sanka
FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL
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379-3792
FIRST SEDER
Mon. April 47 PM
$0050 !'i'n
SECOND SEDER
Tun. April 57 PM
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proudly presents
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Conducting Traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
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C \1 I Mr. Joe Wachiel: \V1 7-4411
Exec, l-'ood Director
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Monday, April 47 p.m.
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AMPLE PARKING
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Page 10-A
fjenist rkrldliiaiin
Friday, March 25, 1966
Histadrut Third Seder Celebration Set
To Feature Israeli Agricultural Official
JACOi KlfKIM
NEW...F0R

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Manischewto
%GEF
LOOK FOR IT IN THE
FISHNET GLASS JAR
NEW... gefilterrific flavor'
NEW...real home-made texture!
Looks and tastes exactly like you
made it yourself. Serve it this Pass-
over and see! I.'amsche.titz "Home
Style gefHte fish Is also in cans.
Produced Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision
Manischewllz
America's Favorite Gourmet Jewish Foods
One oi the mosl colorful person-
alities in the State of Israel will
arrive in the r. S. especially to
participate in the Third Seder and
"Chai" anniversary celebration or
the State of Israel on Apr. 7 at the
Fontakiebleau Hotel.
The annual Third Seder celebra-
tion is under the sponsorship of
the Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami and the Greater
Miami Medical Council for Voca-
tional Training and Medical Serv-
ices in Israel.
Due to arrive in time for the
vent is Abraham Artzfeld, head
of the Agricultural Department
of the Jewish Agency and mem-
ber of the executive council of
the World Zionist Organization.
Jacob Rifkin, of Miami Beach,
chairman of the event, announced


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Trophy Award to be Given Monday
Eighl chapters ol Miami Beach Council president is Mrs. Max
Council, B'nai B'rith Women, will Kern: vice presidents, Mrs. Robert
gather on Monday evening at the I.itt and Mis Flora II. Sinick;
Algiers Uotel for membership special events chairman, Mrs. I.il-
trophy awards, lian Kink.
EU
MIT. AND MRS. NEWMARK
Wednesday tliat Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Newmark will be among
guests of honor at the event. They
were recently presented with a
plaque in recognition of their ser-
vices to Histadrut and the medical
council by Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, co-chairman, "in recogni-
tion for their outstanding work in
behalf of the Histadrut campaign."
A medical clinic in B"nai Brak.
another in Givat Aliyah. and a syn-
agogue in Botei Avot-Ramat Aviv
will be dedicated by the Newmarks
when they visit Israel for the
fourth time this coming summer.
Jack S. Popiek. co-chairman of
the Greater Miami Medical Coun-
cil for Vocational Training and
Medical Services in Israel, said
that details of the Greater Miami
Amal Technical High School will
be announced at the Third Seder
celebration here Apr. 7.
Program will feature an origi-
nal traditional pageant compos-
ed and directed by Samuel
Fershko, starring Sarah and
Haym Fershko, husband-and-
wife soprano and piano team.
Summer Remodeling at Villas Samuel Feinstein, president ol
the Israel Histadrut Committ
BY POPULAR DEMAND
RABBI SHLOMO (ARLIMH
World Renowned Folk Singer of Original Jewish and
Hebrew Music, will appear at tne following piaces-.
Wed. Eve., Mar. 30 8:15 P.M. TEMPLE BETH TOV,
6438 S.W. 8th St.
Thurs. Eve., Mar. 31st 8:15 P.M. HILLEL HOUSE,
University of Miami.
Sat. Eve., Apr. 2nd 8:15 P.M. TEMPLE NER TAMID,
7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach.
Sun. Morn., Apr. 3rd BETH TORAH CONG.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Sunday Eve., Apr. 3rd 8:15 P.M. BETH MOSHE CONG.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy.
Tickets can be obtained at the individual Temples mentioned.
'Great Trial' Talk
At Beth Sholom
Phillip A. Hubbart, assistant pub-
lic defender of Miami, will speak
Monday evening at 9 p.m., in the
auditorium of Temple Beth Sholom.
Hubbart will discuss "The Trial
of the Jewish Preacher from
Nazareth Jesus" which will l>e
the last in a series of lecture dis-
cussions on "Five Great Trials in
Jewish History."
Mrs. Irving Kushman is chair-
man of the Temple's adult educa-
tion committee.
Hubbart has been staff attorney
for the Legal Aid Agency ol the
District of Columbia, and has de-
fended and tried many criminal
cases in the District of Columbia
in the Court of General Sessions
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader or the congregation, will in-
troduce the speaker.
ROOSEVELT VI.\\ HOI Si:
"THE WORLD OF
SHOLEM ALEICHEM"
Starring
ELI MINTZ
Now Playing thru March 27th
770 Arthur Godfrey Road
Phone NOW 538-0501
PERFORMANCES:
TUES. THRU SUNDAY 8:30 P.M.
MATINEE: WED. & SAT. 2.30 P.M.
The Carriage Club at Miami
Springs Villas, opened in l!)5ti. will
undergo a 180,000 remodeling job
this summer. Homer Shrewsbury,
w ho did 'In' inti riors of I he i
id K:i'.';s Inn at the Villas,
will handle the work. Art Bruns
.-aid "there will be day and
shifts so the .job can be comi
within a 10-day period, and while
remodeling i- underway Carriage
Club activities will carry on in an-
other area of the Villa-
ICON SCHdCTfR'S
YIDDISH-AMERICAN
VAUDEVMU.E
ON STAGE IN PERSON
Eminent Singing Star
NAPOiEAN REED
Outstanding comedienne
PATSY SHAW
Great novelty musical singing
and comedy act
JERRY MANN and MARCIA
Leon Schacter and Gitel Stein
in comedy
Biggest Show Bargain in Town
Continuous from 1:30 p.m.
on screen
First Showing
MAURICE SCHWARTZ
"The Prince and His Daughter"
CINEMA
1235 WASHINGTON AVt
Matinee Continuous |venina
Performance '"""'
(Oi* Prom 1:30 p.m. *r||
HW' JE 1-6202 Ml
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here, said the presentation will be
a complete innovation of a mod-
ern rendition of the Haggadah.
Narrators are Don Pricherson, di-
rector oi Senior-Junior Young Ju-
daea actn iiies here, and Mi
bina Sholem.
Joining in will be the choir of
Temple Beth Sholom and the tem-
ple's I antor David Con'
Israi li official, Artzfeld. immi-
grated to Palestine during the sec-
ond Aliyah. He was among found-
ers or the pioneering Kibbutz De-
ganla.
ON STAGE IN PERSON
RITA W AIM Mat'Tomorrow-2:00PM-
MORENO ALDA "THE 0*1 AND
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+Jb*l$> MtridFifann
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'Outstanding Citizens' to be Cited
Outstanding Citizens Award Inn- Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Jos- Ralph Renick. vice president in
cheon will bo Friday noon at the
Dupont I'laza Hotel.
Announced will be Dado Coun-
eph M. Upton, president of Dade charge of news, \VT\'J.
Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation, is patron.
Permanent judges are George
Chairman of the awards
mittee is Sanford Swerdlin.
com-
*r ira l man Wman Beebe- manainu editor. Miami Guest speaker at the event will
101 lwbr) Herald: Fred K Shochet. publish- Ik- Attorney General of Florida
Sponsor of the annual award is or. The Jewish
put
Floridian:
and Karl Faircloth.
EXPRESSES SYMPATHY WITH HIS FIDDLE
Soviet Violinist in Tel Aviv
RABBI SHLOMO CARLEBACH
>i Shlomo Carlebach to be Featured
iuitar Concerts Here Next Week
Shlomo Carlebach. the passages from the Bible. <>n a re-
^ guitarist featuring Jew-
songs, will star in a pros-
I rda; evening. Apr. 2
Jiple Ner Tamid.
hi Carlebach returns to the
tr Miami area alter several
Isful appearances here pro-
ceeds from the Ner Tamid
Vt "ill go toward the Voung
I. olarship fund.
kbbi Carlebach's appearance
ler Tamid will be preceded
lotber concerts Wednesday
} ng. Mar. 30, at Temple
Tov, 6438 SW 8th St., and
Jay evening, Mar. 31, at
H House on the University
Aiami campus.
Sunday morning. Apr. 3.
k, Carlebach. will give a per-
lance at Both Torah Cdngre-
In in North Miami Beach. He
I conclude his current appear-
in the Greater Miami area
evening at Beth Moshe Con-
lation, 13830 W Dixie H\\>.
h- 36-year-old rabbi and huim-
ivas born in Germany ami
wl in outstanding American
i. os lb has been to Europe
i seven to Israel, and tor
other to irs to South America
\ -IKlll.i
\ some 9(X) songs,
pi Carh bach has given what
meetin >" in Car-
Town Hall in New
A graduate oi Columbia
he i- noted for his chas-
I interpretation of
cent appearance in Miami, he at-
tracted some 1.000 youngsters and
teens at a Sunday morning per
formance.
Rabbi I "at lebach i- a Va ,miard
recording artist.
TKL AVIV fJTA) David
Oistrakh. the Soviet Jewish violin
1st, h;i, cheered hero this week
when he gave his first concert in
Israel beginning a tour that will
include 11 recitals in 15 days. He
performed two concertos with the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at
ne event s.'. n ored by the Soviet
Ambassador Dimitri Chuvakhin.
Among the 3,000 persons in the
crowded Mann Auditorium was
Israeli's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban
Alt' r the concert. Mr, I' ri
the \ rtuoso exchanged remarks
about the desirablity of improved pand. Mr. Oistrakh. in his reply
cultural relations between Israel 'o the toast by Mr. Eban. said
and the USSR. The Foreign Minis -With my violin. 1 wanted not only
ter expressed the hope that Israel- to play but also to express ni>
Soviet cultural relations would ex sympathy, to you."'
Beach Attorney Discusses Israel
"Modern Israel" was dilqussed Israel. Several members presented
by Paul Steinberg. Miami Beach a musical program.
attorney, at the recent monthly _jJ '..v. i. i '.i
,. ... ... r- r A cantata, Vankele, d
meeting of 'ho Workmen s (irele ~
of Greater Miami. >'V lu'" Vf*". was perfol
Steinberg's talk was illustrated the Circfc$ chorus on Mai
with slides taken on his trip to pan of :t> annual concert
pe Paul Sees
fael Peace Pilot
Continued from Pay* 1-A
Save Nathan one of the
Is struck by the Vatican last
l' mark the Pope's visit to
* nited Nations,
pe Paul received Mr. Nathan
*hat is formally called "a
r alar audience" in Vatican
> ol language. Such an auience
served for "persons of some
t and distinction." Orinary vis- \
' re received in "general au-
f' while outstanding diplo-
I and heads of governments
pven "private" audiences.
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Friday, March 25, 1966
Dr. Narot to Talk
To No. Shore Unit
Looking over results of the Combined Jwih Appeal meeting
of Oliver House residents Sunday at the Miami Beach high-
rise apartment are (left to richt) Ben Cutler, co-chairman; Rabbi
Mayer Abiamowitz, guest speaker; and Frank Krav^t, chair-
man. Wolfie's Restaurant, of which Cutler is co-owner, pro-
vided the breakfast for the meeting, at which giving to the
Greater Miami Jewish community's central fund-raising organi-
zation increased threefold.
Temple Beth Am Schedules Seder
Seventh annual congreentior.nl Cantor Michael Kyrr. will conduct
Seder will take place at Temple ; the program.
Beth Am on the second night of Stephen Carner and William
Passover, Tuesdav. Apr. 5. Or. Sanes are co-chairmen. Non-mem-
Herbert M. Baumgaud. assisted by bers are invited to attend.
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Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will be
guest of honor and principal speak-
er Sunday at
combined break-
last meeting of
residents of Nor-
mandy Isles and
Normandy Shores
in behalf of the
196 6 Combined
Jewish Appeal of
Greater Miami.
The session i s
scheduled for 10
a. m. in the audi-
torium of Wash-
ington Federal
Saving and Loan
\ssociation, 1133
Normandy Dr.
Dr. Narot is chairman of the
Synagogue Division of the current i
CJA campaign, a member of the
ooard ol governors 01 the Greater
' Miami Jewish Federation and a
I member ol the national board of,
I the Joint Distribution Committee.
I He has been active in CJA drives
' since moving here 16 years ago.
and in 1949 and 1950 was co-,
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in Atlantic City. N. J.
David Drucker is chairman of
the Normandy Isles committee,
and former Metro Judge Donald
Barmack heads the Normandy
Shores committee. Their appoint-
ments were announced by By-
ron J. Topol and Daniel Neal
Heller, co-chairman of the CJA
Residents Division.
Noted entertainer Eudie Schaf-
fer, president ot the Footlighters
Night of Stars
Marks T" Jewish
Music Month
Jewish Music Month will be
celegrated at the YM and YWHA
of Greater Miami with a gala
night of stars on Saturday. Apr. 2.
at 8:30 p.m.
Among cantors and choirs parti-
cipating in the program will be
Cantor William M. Lipson, ol Belli
David Congregation, and his daugh-
David Congregation, and his
daughter, Denise.
Cantor Ernest Steiner and choir.
of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood.
will be accompanied by Lee Roth-
fail), and Rabbi Morion Malav-ky.
oi Temple Beth sholem, will nar-
rate during the selectio
Cantor Jacob G. Bornsteii
cation director of Temple Israel,
will olfer a group of vocal selec-
tion.-, an,I Esther Barrett, i
will he accompanist for man) ol
tin' soloists.
Miss Syd Skolsky, director ol
Jewish cultural ait.- for the YM
and YWHA, will be masti r
ceremonies for the evening
Club and frequent performer in
comedy roles on network television]
shows recently, will be a special
guest at Sunday's breakfast meet
ing.
Normandy Isles committee mem I
bers include Morris Eskind. Carli
Ettinger, Bernard Firestone. Man-
uel R. Luck, Harry Mizrach. Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham I. Uslander and I
Mac Wapnick.
Normandy Shores committee
members include Morris Black. Ir-
ving Cooperman, Edward L. Cow-
en. David Davis, Morton R. Good-'
is. Bernard Kaplan, Richard Len-!
cer. William Levin. Allan E. Lip-
kin, Clifford Perlman. Marshall
Ruff, Harry Simonhoff. Frank
Schneider, Julius Stein. Marshall
Stein. Constable Leonard Wein
stein. Judge Eugene J. Weiss and
Sol Wenig.
SACHS UNVEILING
The
dedication
of a
monument
to the
memory of
the late
IRVING
M.
SACHS
will toke elate Sunday, March 27,
at the Farband Sectioa of Mt.
Sinai Cemetery at 2 p.m. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Rabbi Klein Will
Conduct Seder
Rabbi Maurice Klein will con-
duct the annual Passover Seder at
Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951
Flamingo Way. Hialeah. on Tues-
day evening, Apr. 5
Chairman of the Seder commit-
tee is Sam Seidle. and Mrs. Sadye
Lebowitz is co-chairman. Congre
gation president is Dr. Salhanick,
and Mrs. Marvin Klein is Sister-
hood president.
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ny Seitlin works around the clock gathering contributions for retrain displaced persons in Israel, provide a secure home and
i. No lead is too small for her to follow. She gathers five dollar medical treatment for the agedand so on, down the long list of
ten dollar gifts from here, there and everywhere. Pretty soon, CJA's services. It takes money to combat the misery and distress of
5e small bills add up to a sum that can be converted into action thousands of helpless people all over the world. It takes people like
the CJA. Jenny's dedication to the work of the CJA makes it Jenny Seitlinpeople with boundless energy and a heart to match
sible to rescue people from behind the Iron Curtain, relocate and to gather the gifts of people who care. Without Jenny Seitlin
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Friday. March 25, 1966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Here's One Rabbi Who Likes to Pay His Taxes
IN a circular
' sent out by
t he director
Of the Internal
Revenue, Shel-
don Cohen,
the payment
of taxes is de-
scribed as an
act of taith.
In an angry letter to the
W.\ York Times, a rabbi takes
Mr. Cohen to taks for his "mo-
ralizing and declares that we
pay up to Uncle Sam only be-
caiiM. we have to.
It is unfortunate that the
rabbi finds it necessary to de-
cry "moralizing." Would that
more people were guilty of it.
Indeed, the attitude of many
Americans towards the income
tax is a deplorable one. In seri-
ous vein and in jests, many
writers take the position that
internal revenue payments are
a great burden. It is fashion-
able to complain about taxes.
Children grow up listening to
table talk about the onerousness
,of the S) stem.
True, it is painful to have to
give up part of one's revenue.
True, an enormous war load
takes a big bite out of our fed-
eral income.
On the other hand, is it not
a privilege to share in the con-
duct of government? Should we
not be proud that our method
of taxation is, on the whole.
lair and equitable? There are.
we know, ways of punching
loopholes into the system, and
against such devices our courts
and lawmakers are vigilant.
But paying your income tax
means that you arc doing your
part in defending our nation
against enemies and providing
the countless services which
make our nation tick. You aie
a partner, by virtue of what you
pay. in the humanitarian enter-
prises in which we are collect-
ivelv engaged as the people of
tin United States. Part of our
money also goes towards ex-
tending the hand of help to the
disadvantaged of the world A
mall portion goes towards the
sustenance of the United Na-
tions, our shield against Intel-
rational anarchy,
Extreme rightist groups are
constantly attacking the income
tax. They would like to impose
a greater burden upon the
have-nots, resenting as they
ao. those operations of the gov-
ernment designated as welfare.
A rabbi hardly belongs m the
camp of the neanderthals. He
belongs with the right and not
on the far right.
So. Mr. Cohen, here is my
bravo for referring to the sup-
port of our government as an
act of faith. Financially, the
payment of the tax might hurt
a bit. but. considering what the
money is used for, we also nave
reason for pride and rejoicing
Capitol Spotliahf: Bv MIITON FRIEDMAN
Dangerous Escalation in Air Power Seen
Washington
WHILE PUBLIC attention is fastened on yiet .Nam.
ou! escalation in Arab airpower is
th th Soviet Union, England, France
"and the United States involved in supplying the
Arabs with ultra mltrn aerial weapons.
The latesl development is the active considers
tion in Washington of Jordan's request lor U.S.
1 !04 Lockheed jets, F 105 Thunderchiet fighter
bombers, and helicopter "gun-ship-," armed with
Zuni rockets. These are among the most effective
arms used by the United States in Viet Nam.
Jordan is scheduled to receive a full squadron
MH>ef801lic aircraft from the Unified Arab Com-
mand This command is partially financed by 0 I
rich Saudi Arabia. The closer relationship of the
Saudi and Jordanian kings may facilitate additional
financing. Jordan lacks funds for her most elemen-
tary needs, and is virtually subsidized by the United
States. .
President Johnson's new foreign aid messa e
to I on iress linl e I ai distance to peaceful and respon-
sible bi ba\ or bj ries. But Slate Depart-
ment i 5 said they did not consider .;
issive or irresponsible, despite her anti-Israel
tta. Indeed, Washington's regard for Jordan
:- real j enhanced by the Jordanian vote at the
United Nations Security council, favoring inscrip
lion of the l.s resolution on Yiet Nam on the
Council agenda.
Jordan has had negotiations with England and
France tor British Lightning and French Mirage
jets. But Jordan is SO poor that neither Fngland nor
Fiance was eager to extend liberal credit tennis.
This caused Jordan to seek American credit guar
ante* s
While American guarantees of possible Jor-
danian purchases in Europe were sought. Amman
began stressing that the Soslet Union was willing
to sell Soviet MJG-21 jets for the bargain price of
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Milestone in Action Committee Meets
Jerusalem
THE HIGHEST body "I the World
Zionist i i nl is the Zionist
Congress which i once in four
ears Betv ei n sessions of the
the "parliament" of the move-
si u tions Committee,
which meets twice a year These meet-
ings are not very frequently among the
most exciting events in Jewish life.
thrashing out. as they usually do. cur-rent matters, but
seldom marking a turning point in Zionist history.
Congress, the "parliament" of the movement is the Zionist
Actions Committee, which meets twice a year. These
meetings are not very frequently among the most exciting
events in Jewish life, thrashing out, as they usually do,
current matters, but seldom marking a turning point in
Zionist history.
However, the 107-membcr Actions Committee meet-
ing held in Jerusalem in the middle of January was one
of those rarer occasions that, hopefully, will go down in
history as a milestone in the effort to revitalize Zionist
and Jewish life in the Diaspora. The central diagnosis of
the ills besetting the movement had been made at the
Congress a year ago: The Zionish Organizations in various
countries have gradually almost sine the establishment
of the State been losing their central influence on Jew-
ish life. The remedy was also outlined: The necessity to
bring "new blood" into the leadership. It was the Actions
Committee session which administered this remedy.
Normally, the Zionist Congress is supposed to elect
the Jewish Agency executive, which is the Cabinet of the
Zionist organizatioi s, However, because of opposition
from the parties ol the left to the participation of Herut
representatives in the executive, the appointment of the
i,< w executive was delegated to the Actions Committee
Herut, in the past, never participated in the execu-
tive. Nov.. however, Herut in Israel has merged into the
Canal union with the Genera] Zionist, who were always
members of the executive. And. indeed, formulas were
found to eoopt Herut representatives to the executive at
this time. Such a broadening of the executive now lor the
first time to include all Zionist parties, was in itself a
very signilicant step.
But more significant yet was the decision to elect
to the executive leading Jewish figures who are not repre-
sentatives of political parties but rather have ositions of
authority in various communities. While the appointment
of these non-party members has not been completed, it
is known that they would include the outstanding Britist
Jewish leader. Israel Sieff. and the leading figure of Con-
tinental West European Jewry, the Italian Jewish leader
Astore Meyer.
From the United States. Dr. Joseph L, Schwartz of
the Bonds organization and Dr. Dewey Stone are certain
to be included. A third candidate was Rabbi Simon Green-
berg of the Conservative movement. When the Mizrahi
and Poalei Mizrahi insisted that an Orthodox rabbi be
also included, the Actions Committee decided to go one
step further and coopt also a leading Reform rabbi.

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Factor Behind Watts, Calif. Riots

OF THE several factors contribu-
ting to the Watts, Calif., ex
plosion "i last August, repeal of
the Rumford Act of 1963 certainly
gets a top listing,
The California Rumford Act was
a Fair Housing Act. Its purpose
was primarily to give the burgeon-
ing Negro populance of California
the right to go look for a place to live, to rent or
buy that place, to move into it, to occupy it without
facing the ugly factors of discrimination, harass-
ment, humiliation, or embarrassment because of
skin color. Nearly a dozen other states have similar
laws. But California erased her law; and not long
afterwards, the upheaval at Watts took place, re-
sulting in 334 deaths, more than a thousand injuries
and nearly 4000 arrests.
The California Real Estate Association led tin-
chase to smash the Rumford Act. That body pre
pared and helped to support an initiative measure
the infamous Proposition 14. The proposal was gran-
diloquently heralded by tIn- real estate fraternity
as "The Property Owners Bill of Ri Ms
Why bring this up now'' Hi "! the
National Association of Real Estate Hoards are busy
circulating that body's new program for realtors
with the enticing title, "Equal Opportunity in llous-
And at the heart of that blueprint, easily un-
noticed by the unsophisticated and unsuspecting
reader, is a cautionary section designed to kill off
any effort by any state to pass and keep in effect
a fair housing law similar to the Rumford Act.
, This is about one-
si i ; the British and
Fret s, which are powered
i i '
After the State Department recently apprm
request tor M-48 tanks and sophistii
ntrj weapons, Jordanian thoughts turned from
the F-io4 to the potent F-103 tighter-bomber b
i.i |i adl> assault helicopte
A high level Jordanian delegation is expei
soon in Washington to discuss not only the aircraft
but also Hawk ground-to-air missiles Sensing
a receptive climate, Jordan is emphasizing that such
arms would allow "pro-American" Jordan to with
stand Soviet influence and keep balance in the
t nified Arab Command by adding I S. weapons to
the Soviet equipment used by Egypt. Syria and Iraq
The State Department initially refused to sell
F 104 s to Jordan. Officials were mindful of Jo:
economic plight and dependence on American h
outs. 1: was obvious that the U S. Government \
have had to lend Jordan the money to paj
Lockheed Company. Then the Vietnamese cri
escalated The State Department was more I
to seek Arab favor. The decision to "sell" BI
and guns to Jordan opened the way for the c-<
tion of Jordanian demands.
Members of Congress have noted that the A /'
build-up is hazardous to Israel. Regional peace pi
pec?- i eopardized. The Unified Aral
has ; oclaimed that the common enemy ol all Ai
is Israel.
Congressmen are still annoyed that a It
transaction with Saudi Arabia was in < d, w
out Congressional consultation, while Congress
in recess This involved about $430,000.01 in aei
weapons including Hawk missiles, jets, and ol
equipment.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
John 'Steinberg*
THE AMERICAN novelist. John Stein-
beck, who has been visiting Israel
found that many there took his m
be Steinberg Commenting on it
beck told how some years ago. a re
came to interview him when by
the artist for the New Yorker magazine,
Steinberg was his guest. Between 'hem,
they decided to play a prank on the re-
porter. The two interchanged role- 3*
Steinbeck. Ihe writer professed to betne
artist and discoursed on art while Steinberg, the irtist.
pretended to be the novelist and spoke to the n
on literature. The two had an amusing time,
the artist for the New Yorker magazine. Steinberg > his
guest. Between them, they decided to play a prank
reporter The two interchanged roles and Steinbeck, the
writer professed to be the artist and discoursed
while Steinberg, the artist, pretended to be the no' eh-'
and spoke to the reporter on literature. The two
amusing time.
Steinberg seems to be a favorite name among
but then do not seem to be many Steinbergs am
lews, all ih there is a town in Georgia called St
or rather Stone Mountain. Ga. Stone mountain of t
meat ame thing as Steinberg, stone M unteit
is the plac< where the famous Borglum sculpture is
on the mountain,
Jew- seem to have gone in heavily for mounts
menclature There are Goldberg and Silverbei
Greenberj The ancient prophets said. "1 will lift I
into the lulls from whence cometfa our Stl
and j. seem determined to follow in the spin > ""
prophet If they felt oppressed, down at the '."'"'"'l.^
a mountainous name perhaps their spirit was liftei
ever, Mich names were not confined entirely to the
Let us remember that one ol the states ol the I
very Yankei state, is called Green be i 'g VI Verm g^
French lor Greenberg. Montor is French for GOiu
and Belmont is French for Schoenberg.
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*Jenist rhridHnr
Page 15-A
let Nam Eyes Self-Help Projects
Continued from Page 1-A
dent Hubert H. Humphrey
named Israel among those
|lions he wished to assume ex-
and meaningful roles in
ort of the Sai.oon regime.
Senior Citizens
To Meet'Monday
progress, and that ] First meeting of the Florida Sen-
Nam. He also wanted Israc.i aid pleased if Israel' sent medical considerable
on irrigation problems. But Ngo teams, but he indicated that such ..., e
Dinh Nhu. brother of the then Pres- aid from Israel was secondary in Jure rec8n,,,on ,s expected (lor Citizens Club 2 will gather at
ident Ngo Dinh Diem, overruled importance He said he has heard shortl> These officials placed!the Floridian Hotel. 500 West Ave,
the Vn Van Thai proposals because from the Vietnamese chargt daf- great importance on the role Is- on Monda>- 2 P m-
of fear of Arab reach, n, said the faires in Bangkok on the progress rael could play in sending Nahal A musical program and refresh-
Ambassador. "This made me very ot the Israeli negotiations. .advisors to South Viet Nam. andlments will be served in honor of
The reason that formal Israeli- rcnderin8 other aia They said the members who celebrate their birth
The South Vietnamese diplomat South Vietnamese diplomatic re- white House was closely following days or anniversaries during
said the present Saigon Govern- lations have not yet been wta0. developments. i March.
bassador Thai stated that
President Humphrey was en-
isiastic about the idea of in-
Md Israeli involvement, and ment was "pleased Out negotiations listedarises Irom 'Arab^threatsTo
l detailed negotiations w e r e have now been proceeding with recognize the Communist-controll-
l(hirted with Israeli diplomats Israel "at the initiative of Pres- ed National Liberation Front and
n Mr Humphrey stopped in ident Johnson and Vice President "our own policv of avoiding en-
gkok. Israel maintains a diplo- Humphrey, and with American langlement in the racir.m and re
tic mission in Bangkok, but is help." He said that Israel, in 1964. ligior.s frictions of the Arabs and
Offidall) represented m Saigon. Kave Saigon S5.000 worth of medi- Israel." said the Ambassador. "We
cal supplies, and provided some have enough religious problem!
scholarships for study in Israel in within Viet Nam." He added that
technical, economic, and social his country would also be willing
Ambassador Thai recalled that
ersonally headed a South Viet
jeM delegation that visited
in 1958 He said he was development
eply impressed" by the kibbutz
hvement especially the Nahal
(fense comnvinities of soldier-
Vmers. a- ideal for South Viet
ivarian Bigotry
leen on Rise
liter Election
I MUNICH JTAl Bavaria's
rirm Minister Alfons Goppel de-
red this week the success of
c right-win N'ationaj Democratic
jarty in muti ipal elections, when
reased" its statewide
i "i of the Ravari I
htal. by ; irison, with 2 per
int .-' n the last general
I i 'etcher.
Ii rian cities, the pre-
li votes was much
I state average. The
l nanj 's ne -i
II i- a fusion of
groups, some
eo Nazi,
deep concern
the Natii nal
I said Mi Gop-
11 \ eminent of
ithhig by ii
" from partiri
l' tO he
because the
Ii ,! democratic
I
.h showing in
hi 3 pi rcenl vote
NDP -till came oul
I' Social Democrats,
52 3 percent ol all
1 ivana.
i Kshlcoi Beats Back
ew Gurion Drive
nued from Page- 1-A
ii >ible go^ ernmenl
-.nal ies by 25 per
I election and after
i mi vement ol
to gel the paj in
I From the wage earn-
Thi alter portion of Mr. Ren
IGurion's statement was a refer-
ence ii a wave of voluntary pledg-
M .. wide range of Israeli work-
fs to \u-ld pan of their pay in-
I creases and even part of their
*gei However. Mr. Ben-Gurion!
I was the first to charge that the
[Waivers had been organized by
*'r. Eshkols tlovernment. The
former Premier called on his dis-
sident party to "point the way in
"Utical life bv encouraging volun-
ry work and by seeing to it that
everything is ruled by a party
nathine with endless financial
resources."
"But we do not have the people
to send to Israel for training,"
he declared. "We are embattled
and our needs are urgent. We
need Israelis to come to Viet
Nam Nahal advisers, especial-
ly, because there are no better
experts than Israelis to teach
our people to build defense com-
munities to develop the country,
consolidate the people, and
fight infiltration and attack.
The defense kibbuti exactly
meets our needs, with some
adaptations, of course, to the na-
tional characteristics of our peo-
ple. We would most warmly wel-
come help of the kind from Is-
raelis who come to Viet Nam."
He emphasized that direct in-
volvement b) Israeli Nahal ad is-
sors was a top priority matter
Medical and other forms of assi I
ance by specialists would also be
welcomed, he said, Saigon would be
to accept aid from Egypt or other
Arao siates. slating: "It is not our
policy to become involved in racist
differences elsewhere. But let me
make clear thai there is no unwill-
ingness on our parts to gratefully
accept assistance from Israel. I
am confident oi a siicccs-nd solu-
tion on cooperation with Israel,
and pleased by America's construc-
tive help on this matter."
One possible formula for dip-
lomatic communications might
be extension of the Israeli diplo-
matic functions in Bangkok to
include Saigon, and a delegation
of the Vietnamese Ambassador
to Rome, for instance, to main-
tain liaison with Israel, he sug-
gested. However, he stressed
that South Viet Nam was eatjer
for Israeli Nahal aid, and that a
way could be found to solve the
diplomatic problems.
United states offh ials said here
tiiat word has been rocei ed of
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by ISABEL GROVE
Calling il a party for "Lots of
Birthdays," I'ansy Flaum enter-
tained ^ guests recently in hon-
,,r of husband Larry's 71st natal
day. her sister Belle, here with
mouse Nathaniel Levine from
Lake Mahopac, N. Y., and Rose
Mrs. Zachary) Marks The
ladies admitted only that it was
an anniversary date but not how
many For the occasion, Louis
Spielman played a recording of
a two-piano concerto which he
cut recently .-. More excitement
engendered by Rev. Edward T.
Graham who introduced a model
and outlined plans for a new
Miami project, Florida Memorial
College
* *
An even dozen lovely ladies
lunching not too long ao, in the"
Pooilk- Koom of the Fontaine-
Meau Among long-time Miami
ites, most ot whom have
friends for as many years
v have been residents, were
Mrs Varon) Fair. Molly
>ir- Maurice) Shein, Mrs. Lill
Pauline (Mrs. Jack)
Schwartz Ruth (Mrs. Louis) Gid-
Mrs, Jimmie) C'hap-
.. Mrs Charles) Gert-
tk.
W
oman s
"World
ler, Yvette (Mrs. Mickey) Kraus,
Frances (Mrs Jean C.) Lehman,
Ruth (Mrs. Reuben) Horowitz,
and Ray Meth, of New York, in
whose honor the group had gat-
hered.
* 4 *
Among the black-tie-and mink
crowd who enjoyed meeting
Prince Philip at the big benefit
banquet for Variety Children's
Hospital were Lillian and Saul
Silberman, Honey and Al Pallnt,
Buddy and Charlotte Halpert.
Dorothy and Dr. Ixuiis Alpert
Harriet and Marshall Harris,
Peggy and Herbert Jacobson.
Blanche Linsky, Marcia and Mil-
ton Balsam, the Morris Lapidus-
es, Harold Dunsky and the Dr
Jess Spirers.
* a *
Bon voyage party given for Dr.
William and Ethel Spielberg in
their Coral Gables home last
month by friends and relatives.
also celebrated his 77th birthday
... A member of the University
ot Miami School of Music faculty
for several years. Dr. Spielberg
also played violin in the UM
Symphony Orchestra for 10 years
. Among fellow-musicians pres-
""flfe wish Floridliaia
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 25, 1966
Sectior.
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo
Baldassarri, Miss Erna and
Leon Feher, Frank Henning, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Clarke.
Present with their husbands,
daughters Harriet (Mrs. Joseph)
Hulnick and Jane (Mrs. Nat) Bor-
rell and the four Spielberg grand-
children Judy and Bobby Hulnick,
Ari and Claudia Borrell Also
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Golob, Dr.
and Mrs. Max Schroeder. Mr. and
Mrs. Butts Cohen, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Gardner, Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gerber. Dr. and Mrs. Sam
Korry.
* Leaving Mar. 20 for a three-
month visit to Israel. Dr. Spiel-
berg has been invited by Hista-
drut to demonstrate plastic ope-
rations of the head and neck at
Afula Hosital there Planning
to stay at Kibbutz Beit Alfa,
where they will give joint piano
and violin recitals, the Spielbergs
will present a violin and a viola
to the Rubin Academy of Music
Continued on Page 12-B
Examining timetable for the "Chai" birthday party to be held
Mar. 31 at the Carillon Hotel for the Combined Jewish Appeal
Women's Division are (left to right) Mrs. Larry Friedland. Mrs.
Florence Kuppermnn and Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs. Friedland
and Mrs. Kuppeiman are co-chairmen of the Phon-O-Gift Divi-
sion, and Mrs. Green is chairman of the Chai Division. (See
story, Page 5-B.)
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Uougn is emphasized by lempie Israel bis-
terhcod's "Keynote" luncheon committee
which will enable them to fulfill Sisterhood's
many projects. Over 500 women attended the
luncheon held recently at the Deauville Hotel.
Entertainment featured humorist Myron Cohen.
uen to ngnt are mesaumes Moiris Greene, Sis-
terhood president, Morris Lansburgh, chair-
man. William Wickman. Clifford Newmark,
Barbara Rado, Jerome Rado. Arnold Rubin and
Lawrence Singer.
3'nci B nth Holds
Donor Luncheon
Women's Sunshine
icr will hold its annual
neon Mar. 30 a! noon at
the Americana Hotel
., ii speal er for the affair will
! e Jack Glick, Supreme I odge
al membership Director of
B oai B'rith Lodges Entertainment
will be provided by Mrs. Henry
Balaban.
Chairmen of the donor luncheon
Mrs. Milton H'einberg and Mrs.
Thorn:;* D Friedman. Assistii
Mrs Florence Bernstein, donor
records secretary. Mrs. Jack Gold-
lit. Mr- Morris Bernstein. Mrs.
Charles E. Witner. Mrs. Morris
Wilson. Mrs. Samuel Kupsencl.
Mrs.. Samuel Bredt. Mrs Samuel
Kabson. and Mrs. Frank Buru.
president.
Mrs. Robert Baumohl is chair-
man of hostesses.
Miramar Officers to be Installed
At Functioned Schedule Sunday Evening
Installation of Temple Israel of
Miramar's new slate of executive
officers will be held Sunday. 8
p.m.. at the Temple.
Ral bi Irwin Cutler, of Miramar
Temple Israel, will install the ci-
flcers, as well a5 the ieaders of
Sisterhood. Men's Club, and Gold-
en A.
Executive officers of Temple
Israel are Norman Prafin. presi-
dent; Sidney Wein. first vice pre-i
dent: Michael Levey, second vice
president; Goldie Larck. record-
-ecretary: Milly Xegrin. corre-
sponding secretary; Rose Wellman,
financial secretary; and Meyer
Waldman. treasurer.
N'cu leaders jn Sisterhood are
Mesdames Alice Abrams. presi-
dent: Edyth Jacques, cultural vice
president; Shirley Gold, fellowship:
Ko-e Shapiro, lund raising; Ros
Treasure Chest
Awards Tuesday
At Aged Home
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
will have a Treasure Chest Awards
contest on Tuesday noon in the
Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Rose L. Brown. Donor Book
project chairman, and her co-chair-
men. Mrs. Frannie Kripple and
Mrs. Anne Goldberg, are calling
all members "to be sure to turn
in their donor books to be eligible
to participate in the awards."
Money raised goes toward the
main'enancc of the Home at Doug-
Gardens, 151 N.E. 52nd St.
'! are now 205 senior citizens
In i Home.
ation can be obtained by
ting Mrs. Rose Roth, chair
Donor Book propect ad-
vertising committee, and Mrs. Ann
Andrews, co-chairman
I. a it r e n c e Silvorman is
Auxilar> president Mrs. Sol Silver-
man is honorary president. The
invocation will be- given by Morris
I '-in.
lyn Krengel. youth: Rose Wellman.
financial secretary: Nettie Josko-
uitz". treasurer: Adele Foland. cor-
responding secretary: and Elsye
Radvon. recording secretary.
Officers from the Men's Club
are Samuel Rosenthal. president:
Gcorse Swartz. first vice presi-
dent: Seymour fioch. second vice
president: and Harry Zuckerman.
treasurer.
Golden Asers to be installed are
George Swartz. president: Sam L vin.-ky. vice president: Mar)
Swartz. secretary: and Sylvia
Wein. treasurer
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It has been translated into 20 Inn-
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"best seller'"7 It in th* Book of
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*orld' greatest Magadan collec-
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Friday. March 25. 1966
+Jenlsti fteridlfor
Page 3-B
Mayor Hall Will
Install Aux. Slate
Miami Beach Auxiliary. National
pfl \l Foundation, has slated
m I donor installation lun-
M Carillon Hotel for
Thursday noon. Apr 14
j[,.i], Uayor Chuck Hall will
ceremony, and Dr.
Mm. research consul
lani io National Hemophilia
will be principal spea-
of songs will be of
l,.i,.,l by Joseph Malek. with Mrs.
, stern at the piano.
Frehling at Brandeis Helm
'Po/'omo Game' Scheduled
The al Broadway musical
; ajama Game." will be
,< Temple B*nai Raph-
I heat Suild on Saturday and
ings, Apr. 2 and 3.
B'nai Raphael
Dr. Stanley Frehling. of Miami
Beach, has been named chairman
of the annual associates dinner of
the Greater Miami Brandeis Club
set for Wednesday. Apr. 20.
The dinner, to be held at West
view Country Club at 8 p.m.. will
be preceded by ;i reception ;it 7
p.m.
Dr. Frehling, a fellow of
Brandeis University and a mem-
ber of the Fellows' executive
committee, is president of the
Greater Miami Brandeis Club.
A staff member of the Depart-
ment of Suryery ;it .laekson Me-
morial and Mt Sinai Hospitals,
Dr. Frehling i^ an associate pro-
fessor of surgery at the Univer-
sity of Miami
Co-chairmen for the dinner com-
mittee, which includes a number;
of distinguished friends of Bran-1
deis. are Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz.
Miami Beach, national vice presi
(lent of the Brandeis University
Women's Committee: and Charles
Adler, Brandeis 52. of North Mi-
ami.
Also serving as dinner commit-
tee leaders are Mrs. Bernice Gott-
lieb, president of the Miami Chap-
ter of the Women's Committee:
Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, Brandeis
'55, president of the Miami Beach
Chapier: and Mrs. Norman Win-
be|, president of the Broward
Chapter.
A local unit of the associates
the "foster alumni" of Brandeis
the Greater Miami Brandeis
Club inaugurated the dinner to
aid in augmenting its member-
ship, to bolster its relationship
with current membership and to
expose potential new club mem-
bers to the university.
Brandeis University, which open
ed its doors in 1948. has 2.250 stu-
dents, more than 300 faculty mem-
bers, and 18 graduate departm. nts.
Brandeis was authorized to form a
Phi Beta Kappa Chapter in 1961,
only 13 vpars after its establish
merit.
In 1964. the Ford Foundation
awarded Brandeis a second Sti mil-
lion matching grant, making it
one of only five universities in the
nation to be so recognized
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Friday, March 25. 1966
BW< B'rith
Councils Meet
Join! meefoig of the Broward-
Nrth Dade and Miami Council of
B'nai B'rith Women was to be held
Thursday at the Cloverleaf Fun
Center, 17601 NW 2nd Ave.
Meeting for the first time to-
gether both councils include
women from 13 chapters in the
area. ,
The meeting was to be conduct-
-d by Mrs. Newton Hofstader. pres-
ided ol the North Dade Council.
and Mrs. Harold Keldman. presi-
dent of Miami Council.
A slate of officers from the nom-
inating committee was to be pre-
sented.
Donor Affair at Night Club
The Harry H. Cohen SunVi
Hay Haibor Auxiliary donor affair
will be held at. Alan Gale's Nigh;
Club on Sunday. Chairing the eve-
ine affair are Mrs. Mitch i;
and Mrs Paul Samuels. Mrs L.
I an Fink is group president.
Getting ready to put on the show at the "Great
Society" luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
-rhood at the Westview Country Club on Mar.
5 are (left to right) Mrs. Michael Mersel, Mrs.
~om Gerard. Mrs. Harry B. Smith. Mrs. I. Ber-
-ard Spector, Salwa Merrige, Mrs. Bennett
lee and Cantor David Conviser. The songs
end narrative were written by Mrs. Spector
- nd by Jackie Gleason's song writers. Lyn
I>uddy and Jerry Bres^ler. Cantor Conviser
and Seiwa Merrige offered the solo selections.
Mr? Aaron M. Reder. chairman of the lunch-
eon, wrote a narrative entitled. "I Am Sister-
hood." recited by Mrs. Harold GranoR Rnbbi
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth Sholom.
addressed the 320 women present at the lunch-
eon by means of a recorded message from
Washington. D. C. where he was attending a
meeting of religious leaders to discuss prob-
lems of peace. ___________________________
Youth Aliyah Talk On Child's Day
Rabbis to Discuss
Passover Festival
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of the .la
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue, will appear on the'Jew.sh
Worship Hour" in behalf of the
Rabbinical Association in a spe-
cial Passover program on Sunday,
Mar. 27. and Sunday, Apr. 3.
The Passover programs will be
presented on ch. 10 at 11 a.m., and
on ch. 7 at 10 a.m., on the respec-
tive dates.
Rabbi Stern will be joined by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth El.
executive vice president of
Joint Installation Held
M .lav Berliner and Mrs Dlaro
Steiner were installed to head the
Murray Solomon Post and Auxi,
iary. Jewish War Veterans, at j
joint ceremony Tuesday night :.-
.vlinvonnaiies Synagogue.
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cial event to help its supporting
youth group. The planning com-
in'ttee includes Mrs. Irving Boyer.
4 devoted group of Mizraehi Women's support of Youth AlMh. Mack Acke'shurg. ^*- k^mnical Association, and Rabbi
. Omen have f right to react this The combined chapters o Dade h K V'oOsterMls Simon Jonah Capton. of Sky Lake Syna-
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On that #\v. Mrs. Alfred Stone.
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Paqe 3-3
Consul of Israel Judith Beilin Will Speak
At CJA Women's Thai' Birthday Lunch
Judith Beilin, Consul of Israel.
will speak at the "Chsli" birthday
tarty luncheon in honor of the
Mate of Israel's 18th anniversary
f Independence on Thursday noon.
Mar. 31 in the Carillon Hotel. An-
it.unccment of Mrs. Beilin's visit
bere was made jointly oy Mrs.
Milton Green, chairman of the
hai luncheon, and Mrs. Jean C.
rhman, chairman of the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
A minimum woman's gift of S18
- the standard set for the lunch-
ton, according to Mrs. Green, "It
rill ')'' a gala afternoon, with en-
trtainment, music and prizes, and
i : course a large birthday cake to
commemorate this significant an-
Variety Children's
Benefit Apr. 13
Alpha Omega Fraternity will spon-
sor ;i benefit performance of Rap-
re at the Parkway Theatre on
Wednesday, Apr. 13. 8:30 p.m., for
the Variety Children's Hospital.
The combination theatre party
and art show will help equip a
Cental operating room at the hos-
;tal. The movie, starring Melvyn
Douglas. Dean Stockwell. and Pat-
iiia Gozzi, will be followed by an
rl -how of works done by the den-
ists and their wives.
Information can be obtained by
ontacting Mrs. Morton Reiss.
War Veterans
To Hold Dinner
\ donor dinner, sponsored by
lish War Veterans Auxiliary
30, "ill be held at the Carillon
on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Kst lie Greenfield and Evelyn
ckj are dinner co-chairmen.
niversan- of Israel's rebirth." Mrs
Green said.
Working with Mrs. Lehman and
Mrs. Green are ijie Mesdames Jack
Ablin. Charles P. Feinberg, Larry
Freldland, A. l. Glickman, Sol
Goldstein. Jack Katzman. Inez
Krensky, Florence Kupperman.
Irving Lehrman and Irving Wexler.
Mrs. Goldstein is program chair-
man for the luncheon, and Mrs.
Sam Weisen is chairman ot tiie
decorations committee, airs. Katz-
man will serve as chairman of a
"surprise portion" of the pin ..
Mrs. Green said.
Mrs Beilin. who achieved suc-
cess as an actress Loth on In.
stage in England and with BBC
in the 1930's gave up her careei
and went to Palestine to mar y
Harrj Beilin. a member of the
'Jewish Agency.
From 1938 to 1901, the Seilin>
participated in every phase of the
establishment and development ol
modern Israel. While her husband
served as liaison between the
Jewish Agency and the British
mandatory government. Mrs.
Beilin was active in Haganah and
also in the program for founding
new settlements. At the same time.
she was for eight years on the staff
of the Palestine Broadcasting Serv-
ice as actress, producer and news-
caster.
Following a series of fund-raising
missions to England and the
i United States in 194(3 and 47, she
began to work for the underground
radio station of Haganah. On May
14. 1948. she announced the news
of the establishment of the State
of Israel over Radio Haganah
Haifa. Mrs. Beilin has al>o (tone
a number of film commentaries.
After her husband's death in
1959. Mrs. Beilin joined the stalf
of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
as chief assistant in the Public Re-
lations Department, Part of her
work was to receive distinguished
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KKS. JUDITH Ef.L':.'
visitors to the State from the
\mericas. the British Common-
wealth. Asia, the new African States
and Scandinavia.
Just prior to her appointment as
consul. Mrs. Beilin served as liaison
ifficer for the Foreign Ministry
n connection with hundreds of
Club Maintains
Full Calendar
Seacoast Towers South Women's
Social Club maintains a full sche-
dule of events for its members.
Last week's calendar included a
tour of Vicaya. a chartered bus
tour to Palm Beach, and on Satur
day night, together with the Men's
Club, a dinner dance and show at
the Deauville Hotel.
On Thursday, the Women's Club
was to have a luncheon and card
party at the Algiers Hotel, and
again joining with the men. a din-
ner dance at the Algiers on Apr. 14.
Social secretar) for the club is
Mrs Harry Miner. She and her
hubsand are grandparents of Bar-
bara Ross, named Student Head-
liner Miami University Theta
si ma Phi 'ii;ipti r.
foreign correspondents who were, city, she attended the Internatio
stationed in Israel to cover the j Press Institute, which was held
Eiehmann trial In this same capa- Israel in 1961.
Of course the
matzo balls will be
delicious and light!
(But Saratoga Geyser is
Kosher for Passover... just in case.)
Would we turn our backs en your
stomach because it's Passover?
Never! Good eating and Saratoga
Geyser sparkling table water have
been going together for generations.
And Passover meals are no excep-
tion.
Enjoy its clear, sparkling taste with
meals, or any time you need a re-
freshing lift. Naturally carbonated,
naturally alkalineaids digestion
and neutralizes over-acidity caused
by "problem foods" or just plain
overeating. Nature enriched Sara-
toga Geyser with 15 minerals, too.
All good for you.
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under personal supervision of the
noted Rabbi Asher Anshel Krause.
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ANOTHER YEAR, THE SAME PRESIDENT
Westview Country club had a very elegant
Presidents Ball in honor of perennial president
of the club, Perd Meyer, who dees such a won-
derful job. l'crd was presented with a bronze
plaque while his wife. Rosalyn, looked on proud-
ly High floral arrangements of white roses and
a mist like ram enchanted the party-goers. Among
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. rilinan. Dr.
and Mrs. Donald Michnoff, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Galperin, Mr and Mrs. Nat Kogan, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Singer, Mr. and Mrs. David Hochberg, and
Mr. and Mrs Walter I. Jacobs.
a
OUR TWO "ANITAS"
Marilyn (Mrs. Marry B.) Smith. Judy (Mrs.
Paul) Rosen and Hilda (Mrs. Manny) Zaiac had
an informal luncheon at the Algiers for the two
Anitas." Mrs. Henry Weiss and Mrs. Bennett
Lifter, who are expecting visits from the stork
this month. It was a merry party, with the hos-
tesses singing cute ditties, a little off key and a
ittle off color Among guests were Mrs Jerry
Marshall. Mrs Louis Silbernian. Mrs Mort Ad-
ler. Mis Martin Hltzig, Mrs. Bernard Mandler
and Mrs. Leonard Silverman.
A BIG ANNIVERSARY PARTY
For all the cute young tilings and their hus-
bands, like Dr. and Mrs. Seymour AJterman, Mr.
and Mrs. I-arrie Blasberg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Harris. Mr. and Mrs
Burton Levey, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morrison Jr..
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Ayares. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Koretsky, Mr
and Mrs Morris Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Treis-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Magoon. Mr. and Mrs
Howard Scharlin. Saturday night, a week ago. at
Westview Country Club, was the Spring Ball
given by the Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. But to Claire and Art
Rosichan, it was their 28th anniversary. Diane
and Dan Heller. Beverly and Jay Kislak. Shirley
and Howard Trinz. and Bobbi and Richard I.itt
came over to their table to help the Joe Liptons
and Dr. and Mi's. Irving I.ehrman sing Happy
Anniversary to them and blow out the candles.
WHERE WERE YOU?
When Steven J Kobley, of New York City.
finally reached his mother. Miriam Kobley. he
couldn't understand how she and her sister,
Fanny Ettinger. could be doing anything so un-
interesting as playing canasta, while his wife.
Maxine was having a baby. The baby's name is
Erik Giles, and he is their first. Grandchildren
are now old hat to Miriam Erik is her sixth -
hut as she savs. Steven is her baby. The great
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Seelig. who have
been visiting with sister Fanny here, are now
on their way home to Jamaica. L.I.
YOU'LL NEVER BELIEVE THIS
Esther and Sidney Schwartz have a new dog.
Monies Schwartz. Pi and Bernic Marko gave him
to the Schwartzes. His name was Moisha Pippik,
but after all, the Schwartzes can call him any-
thing they choose. Esther now carries a picture
of the dog along with the pictures of her grand
children.
AFTER THIRTY YEARS
Helene and Robert Jackson celebrated 30
years of wedded bliss by dining at the Famous,
ilelene's business venture has agreed with her.
THEY MET AT PAPA AND MAMA'S
Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Hall and daughters,
Lisa and Julie, from Gainesville, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack C.affney and daughters. Donna and
Sharon, from Stratford. N.J.. met lor a get- to-
gether ol sisters at the home of their parents,
Esther and Ben Horowitz. The house was plcnt>
big enough for the sisters, brothers-in-law and
cousins. Grandparents love all that tumult
for a while anyway.
IT'S COLD OUTSIDE
Delora and lrvin Shapiro had the music
ready, the square dance caller was in rare voice,
but their guests didn't want to square dance on
the tennis court in 38-degree weather. It all
took place here even if Miami Beach doesn't
get that cold. They all crowded into the family
room made of brick and wood, with a black slate
floor, and acted like they were in a ski lodge.
The four younger Shapiros. Fred, Steve. Ivy and
Lori. helped entertain. Included in the guest list
were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bauer. Phyllis and
Cal Koven, Ada and Jack Abbott. Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Amazon. Civvie and Earl Pertnoy. Sylvia
and Sandy Kramer, Fern and Ron Miller, Helen
and Sy Sonierstein, Phyliss and David Miller,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray l'rady.
Frances Lehman
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Eddie Cantor Group of Hadassah held its first Youth Aliyah
celegration with a luncheon last week at the Fontain-ibleau
Hotel. Mrs. Ben Abrams was presented with the iirit Ima
(Mother) award. Looking on deft to right) are Mrs. Nal 3cnth,
president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Fred
Jonas, president of the Eddie Cantor Group; Mis. Louis ECun
sky, chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Abrams; Mrs. Jennie Gios>-
singer; and Mrs. Harry Glass, officer of the Eddie Cantor
group. __
Twain Novel To be Reviewed
Huckleberry Finn," by Mark the event.
Twain, will be reviewed at the The Sisterhood plan.- also
Beth Am Sisterhood book discus- a country store auction on Satui
sion group in the home of Mrs. day, Apr. 16. New merchandise will
Alfred EHins, 6430 Chapman Field D0" sold at bid prices. Co-chairmen
Dr. The group will meet at 9:45 are Mrs. Stanley Gilbert and Mrs.
a.m. on Mar. 31. George Matin.
Mrs. Phillip Brass and Mrs Mur Mrs. Richard Alpert is presidi
ray Lipinsky are scheduled to chair of Sisterhood.
> (
'Around the World Fair' This Weekend
Will Donate Funds to Museum of Science
Passover Spring Festival
A Passover Spring Festival was
held at the Temple Tifereth Jacob
Sisterhood m eeting Wednesdaj
evening Mi- Evelyn Silverman
Patrons Committee of the Mus- Among outstanding features of and Mrs Ida Kirsch served as cc-
Ce is presenting its the fair will be entertainment for chairmen of the event
annual fair on Saturday, 9 ,..! in the Theater ol the World,
p.m.. and Sunday. 12 to 6 p.m. special attractions for children.
md the World Fair." theme Museum Gallery Art Exhibition
event, will be held on the -""' sale with the works ..t local PqqJ f^g Al1SWer
'Moh NishtancT-
works ot local
- im grour Is 3280 S Miami artists i n displaj
cross from Vizcaya. with In addition, there will be an "Mali Nishtanah?" That's one
(I- to be donated to the International Cafe with gourmet of the most familiar que>tions in
,m foods from many countries being Jewish homes, asked again and
An invitational preview dinner served,
-r mu-eum i- -lated tor Friday. In charge Of information is Mrs.
p m Martin Fine
again, >ear after year, at the Sedtr
ceremony. The answer is also fami-
liar to all. But is if.'
Exactly "what's the difference"?
That there is a difference, no one
doubt.-. Passover is so different
from any other time of the year, in
so many ways. One unique aspect
is the lood. Passover is also a
time oi joy. win- not combine
them? Why not enjoy the food
the holiday calls for?
There's an easy way to do that,
e il a Horowitz Margareten
-- er this year You'll lie mak-
' happier and tastier.
Horowitz-Margareten? Be
tells you the.-, i.:
and the name tells
ley're Kosher. The Horowitz-
seal symbolizes the
.lard of Kashruth
lUSJity for which Horowitz
reten Pasover product- ha\e
. Id famOUS -nice 1884.
11 row it/ Margareten
er Matzoh, oi course, ac-
cry v. here as the Mat
zoh with the Ta-te." Egg Matzohs.
MatZOhs, Whole Wheat Mat
zoh and. naturally. Matzoh Schmur-
rah for the Seder And Horowitz-
: ten has a full variety of
Passover products which arc a
tradition in Jewish homes ST.
Now!
Mother's makes
margarine
kosher
for Passover
spread the word.
A
kTLa
REGULAR and UNSALTED
I'NSAirfD
Dinner to Honor Mason
Testimonial dinner honorin
Henry S. Greenbaum. will be giv-
en by Miracle Masonic Lodge 321
at the Holiday Inn on South Dixie
Highway on Mar 30 at 6:30 p.m.
. Nobody ewer had it
before' Now .. our
smooth, tai
Pareve Va'ganne is
* Kosher for Passcvei
It has no mill', no dairy fats, no animal fats.
For Passover dishes, it's a b'essing in
disguise for cooking, for taung, for
more flavorful eating. Available two *ays -
regular and unsalted either one provides
that perfect tasteful to^cn for happy
Passover dining. Set it on j table
and spread thi >und.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER (g) FARLVE
Mothers
From thi ipotlfn kitchens el
Mjtkwj Foid rrorfucu, lie Htwtrt, KJ. 67'.0
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Friday, March 25. 1963
'Cards and Maj'
At Or Olom
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
will hold a "Card and maj" party
Thursday evening. Mar. 31. at the
temple auditorium.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Walter Seidler and Mrs. Maurice
/.uckerman.
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz is ways
and means vice president, and Mrs.
Murray Rosenberg is Sisterhood
president. Rabbi Samuel April is
spiritual leader of the Congrega-
tion.
( D nd SW 3rd Ave. as Beth
foi the occasion marked on Mar.
The proclamation was issued in connec-
ith the annual birthday celebration
onsored by Beth David Sisterhood, ob-
rved : the form ol a luncheon and fash-
; n show this year in Spector Hall. Shown
3ve is I High as he displays the pro-
clamation. Looking on (left to right) are Mrs.
Jack Greene, co-chairman of the Beth David
Day committee; Mrs. Sol Landau, wife of the
congregation's spiritual leader; Mis. Max Sil-
ver, wife of Beth David's president; Mrs.
Phillip Schiff, chairman of the event; and
Mrs. Seymour Friend, vice president of Sis-
terhood and ways and means committee.
Dinner and Show
For Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood mem-
bers were to assemble at Michel's
Restaurant at 5:30 p.m. on Thurs-
day for dinner, which was to be
followed by the show. -The World
of Sholom Aleichem," at the
Roosevelt Theatre.
\t the regular Sisterhood meet-
ing on Tuesday evening, an Ask
the Rabbi" program, and election
Of several new officers, will be
featured in the social hall Mrs.
Edward Schwartz and Mrs. William
Schindler will host the refreshment
hour.
Mizrachi Women
To Hold Auction
of the Kinneret
.: i ij Women will
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- ure ill be earlj
Ihe public
r< ndise will include
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the
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The 5th Cup...
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Cheering Maxwell House, of course!
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Maxwell House belongs! After the four cups
of wine, this cheering coffee has become
the traditional 5th cup in Jewish homes
throughout the land. For the mellow ta'am of
Maxwell House-Instant and Regular-
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Friday, March 25. 1966
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
iii'ke> grew up in the Kcforni religious background of
her father's home. Rabbi David Seligson, in Portchester,
\ ^ Her mothei says she was a verj prim and proper
child Now tliat she is ihe ripe old age of 24. .-hc^ia* mel-
lowed Her father went into the army, and they moved
to Ft. Smith. Ark., where they lived while the Rabbi
spent two years as chaplain in the China-Burma-India
Theater She still loves fo listen to the stories her mother
tells of that period of their lives
when her mother was an English
bride in the middle of huge
Arkansas.
At college time, Mickey went to
the University of Chicago for two
years, then came back home,
where she met her father's assis-
tant at Central Synagogue. Rabbi
Sanford Seltzer. They were mar-
ried in April. 1961. Then she went
to Columbia University.
After eighten months, the Selt-
zers moved to Miami. Rabbi Selt-
zer is Southeast region director of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. At first, Mickey
MICKtY ,.( wjth him on his travels
around the South, finding his work fascinating. After their
daughter. Sally, who is now ten months old, arrived, travel-
ing has been out for Mickey. But she never fails to report
with nude that the Rabbi has proven to be a fascinating
speaker, keeping his audience "keyed up" as he discusses
his experiences in the foreign countries under his UAHC
regional jurisdiction lie was in Panama for the High Holy
Days and only recently returned from Curacao.
Mickey enjoys Southern living and is grateful every
time she takes the baby outside sans snow suit. Her major
interest these days is as secretary of the Miami ANTA. The
American National Theater Academy is in its formative
stages here, hoping to start a reportory theater with work-
shop-, stud] groups and performances. The group hopes to
use guest artists and have auditions for local actors and
drama students
Mickey loves being a housewife and a mother. She has
a very simple philosophy on the raising of her baby. She
just wants her to grow up to have a sense of humor, being
righteous and kind and loving her fellow-man.
Burdine's Spring Festival Dinner
Woman's Day Magazine, mark-
j. the advent oi Spring, will spon-
a cooking demonstration in the
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Marvin Guberman, attorney and
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Lynda Schwartz
Married Sunday
A noon wedding on Sunday, Mar
20. at Miami Springs Villas united
.ynda Helaine, daughter oi Mr.
and Mrs. Edward D. Schwartz, 2610
S\V 24th St., and Dr. Mark Altai,
Wolfman, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Meyer Wolfman. New l.ondan.
Conn.
For the ceremony, conducted by
Rabbi Sol Landau, the bride chose
a long white formal gown of peau
d< sole v ith fitted torso. A paru'
of alencon lace, reembroidered
vvih seed pearls and ribbon, out
lined the portrait neckline and
trimmed the bouffant skirt which
ended in a chapel train.
Mis. Edward Cohn served as her
sister's matron of honor, and Mrs
Steven Mallen, Sharon Cloogman,
Bettee Aynn Amsterdam and Fran
Sokol served as bridal attendants.
The bridegroom's brother. Rob-
ert Wolfman. was best man. and
Dr. Edward Cohn. William Mc-
Guire, Harry Traystman, Howard
Cloogman and Paul Slosberg ush
ered.
New Mrs. Wolfman is a graduate
of Miami Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania School of
Dental Hygiene. Her bridegroom
attended the University of Ala
bama and graduated from the Uni-
Klein, Kann
To Live in W. Ya.
The former Sally Ellen Kann he-
came the bride of Alan Leslie
Klein on Sunday. Mar. 20. at the
Seasons, where a reception follow-
ed the ceremony conducted by Rab-
bi Joseph Narot.
Parents of the newlywcds are
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence
Kann Jr., 1785 Calais Dr.. and Mr.
and Mrs. U'O I.. Klein. Parkers
burg. W Va.
For the late afternoon wedding
the bride chose a candlelight silk
peau de sole floor-length gown and
carried an arrangement of white
orchids. Her only attendant was
her sister. Mrs. William Stuart
Wiener
Fred L. Klein, the bridegroom's
brother, served as his best man.
A graduate of Howard School
for Girls in W. Bridgewater. Mass.,
new Mrs. Klein attended the Amer-
ican University School of Interna-
tional Service in Washington, D.C.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Ohio University, where he belong
ed to Phi Epsilon Fraternity, and
; is now a sales executive in Par
kersburg. where the couple will
! live, at 1333 25th St.. on their re-
turn from a trip to Jamaica.
Temple Emanu-EI
Plans Seders
Community Seders will usher in
the Pas-over festival of freedom
foi congregants and friends of
Temple Emanu-EI at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel on Apr. 4 and 5 at 7
p m
Dr. frving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EI, will conduct the Seders,
assisted by Cantor Zvi Adler
Reservations are now being ac-
k pted .it the Temple office.
MRS. MM WOIFMAN
versity of Pennsylvania School of
Veterinary Medicine.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the newlyweds wll live in
Plainville. Conn.
Biscayne Terrace
Seder Services
Kosher Passover Seder services
win be held Apr. 4 and 5 in the
Starlight Ballroom of the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
The services will be under the
supervision of Rabbi Tibor II
Stern and Rabbi Simon April
Separate family tables may be
arranged if desired. Rabbi April
will officiate. Synagogue services
will be held both days at the hotel
premises.
Rendering the musical portions
of the liturgy will be Cantor Morris
Borger. formerly with Temple
Adath Yeshurun and Beth Moshe
For 15 years, he was with Temple
B'nai Jacob, of Washington. D.C.
In charge of reservations is Miss
Shirley at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel. 340 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
One Woman Show For Youth Aliyah
Aliyah luncheon of the Southgatc
A "One Woman Show" was to
be on tap for the annual Youth
Sisterhood Auction Sale
David Goldberg will serve as
auctioneer for the Temple Zion
Sisterhood sale of varied items to
be held at the temple. 8000 Miller
Rd., on Saturday night.
group of Hadassah.
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yCUNG Women's Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal
held its Sling Ball on Saturday
night at West view Country Club.
Co-chairmen of the ball were Mrs.
Daniel Neal Heller ana Mia.
Richard E. I.iii.
Blonde .Mrs. Heller's chain
pagne-colored gown was beaded
at the waist and on its matching
i Mrs, Lit! chose pink satin
illusion covering the [rides
cent sequins of the bodice. En-
semble was completed with a ho
." pe jacket which featured
heading trim on the collar.
Mrs, Howard .1 Trlnz, Young
Women's Division president, -<
h an emerald green chiffon
in the Grecian one-shoulder
The covered shoulder was
encruster with beads. Ice pink
with a matching jacket was
on Mrs. Harry Smith, and
:' landing during the cockta.l
hour was Mrs. Murray Korctsk>
in a white evening gown.
W10LET and plum was the
* Striking color combination
WiDrn by Mrs. Thomas Gerard.
II i ilk ottoman gown was styled
vuth the empire waist and hcav-
ilj encrusted jeweled bodice. A
matching stole completed the out-
fit.
Mrs Norton I'allot was in white
with a matching jacket covering
own, In color contrast was
Mrs Melvin I'riiinkes striking
black silk crepe, and a spring-
time floral print was the choice
of Mrs Leonard Parker.
Mrs. Alan Wilson's black silk.
waist-skimming gown was cut to
one side in the back and tap red
to a modified court train hem-
line.
White point d esprit was worn
by Mrs. Peter Wolf, with I ho
gown featuring a Cacc-fi aming
Elizabethan co
Mrs. Richard I inks white vel
vet ensemb e had a V-neckcd
sheath under a long sleeved,
waist-length jacket. The topper
had maiibou feather* m the neck-
line and i h iu stone closures
BORCELAIN blue s,i'< matellas-
se was Mrs Myron Singer's
choice for (ho ball. The pencil
-i ii sheath was topped with a
full-length coat which featured a
high, softly rolled collar.
Black silk crepe with a deep
band of black ostrich feathers
around the hem of the tunic was
seen on Mrs. Henry Weiss. Anoth-
er who choose black was Mrs.
Louis Silberman, whose silk crepe
had a decollete neckline.
Mrs. Jay Kislak. wife of the
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, was stunning in a Goya
red gown. White brocade was
worn by Mrs. Bernard Mandler.
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MISS MARCIA YAFfE
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yaffe, of
Maiden. Mass. announce the en-
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sou n[ Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Rosen
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Miss Yaffe is a senior al Mount
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The Uiiurc groom graduated
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A June 18 wedding is planned
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Dr. Irving Lehrman will rc\ i v
'The Rabbi," by Noah Gord, l,
on Wednesday. 10 am., at t '
North Branch Auditorium. Tem|
Emanu-EI, ~2~ 77th St The sirn I
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is sponsori I by the temple Sis) .-
hood and PTA
Beth Jacob Holds
Monthly Lecture
Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
soring a monthly "Coffee with the
Rabbi" lecture spHps on Wednes-
day, 8 p.m. al the David Wnilman
Social Hal. 331 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob, will
discuss the traditions and customs
associated with the Seder ritual.
Sederset in Miramar
Temple Israel of Mil am ir I :i
host its second annual Seilei on t
first evening of Passover. Mondi
Apr. 4. The Seder will begin at 7
p.m.. in the Temple s social hi I
Rabbi Irwin Cutler will cond I
the Seder.
Sisterhood Installs New Slate
Mrs .lames Harris will head t
new slate of officers lor Tiferc'h
Israel Sisterhood to be insti.lled
Monday evening in the teniple ;
ditorium. Mrs. Mae Chafncy ai I
Mrs. Many Lerner Mil sha e
master of ceremony al fair,
AJCong '66 Tour
Briefing Session
Iiabbi Leon Kronish. president
ol the Southeast Region, American
Jewish Congress, announces that
the annual bon voyage and brief-
ing meeting for the 1966 American
Jewish Congress tour participants
will take place Thursday, Mar. 31.
a p.m., al Washington Federal.
1234 Washington A\e
Present to answer questions
from lour participants who will
shortly be traveling to Europe,
Israel and the Orient, will be
Joseph l. Yanich, Southeast regi-
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Jewish Congress.
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Friday. March 25. 1966
^Socialite ... L\j Isabel C/
Continued from P.gt 1-B
in Jerusalem directed by Mrs.
Yechovtd Dostrafsky.
After touring Europe, where
theyjrill visit as many music con-
servatories as they have time for,
Dr. and Mrs Spielberg will re-
turn to Coral Gables near the end
of 1966.
*
Miami Beach High students will
I luxuriate in air-conditioned com-
fort, and ten fashionable matrons
on Miami Beach will proudly
*w{.i-*^ cold sunburst pin. gift of
the Daily Sun. assuring them they
are one of the "Ten Best-Dressed
Women of 1966" as a result of the
first annual awards luncheon last
Monday at the Fontaincbleau Ho-
tel .. Winners in the event are
Mrs Sol Brooks. Mrs. Jnck Cour-
shon, Mrs. Morris I.anslmrgh,
Mrs. ; Harry Levy, Mrs. John
Owe% Mrs. Irwin Rubin, Mrs.
Harry B. Smith. Mrs. Murray Son-
nett, Mrs. Max Sporn and Mrs.
Jack Young.
Sharing the spotlight at the
luncheon was the Beach High
PTA. with Mrs. Theodore Kipnis,
prexy, and the women who head-
ed the seven special committees
. Entitled to respectful acknow-
ledgement are Mrs. Sherman Kap-
lan and Mrs. Herbert Young,
overall co-chairmen. Mrs. Leo
Asher, Mrs. Ralph Mervis, Mrs.
Lillian Eisenberg, Mrs. Harry
Needleman, Mrs. Larry Fried-
land. Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mrs.
David Miller. Mrs. Carol Miller,
Mrs Leon Lundy. Mrs. Jack'
Tobin and Mrs. Eli Galitz. k.
A post wedding reception and ,
formal dinner dance given by the
James Abramsons last month in i
honor of daughter Harriet Joyce
and bridegroom of two months.
Steven Reich Only one not
among the 350 gathered at the
Sheraton Park in Washington,
D.C., was the bride's dad kepi
at home by doctor's orders at the
loment Cotillion Room of
the hotel, a veritable fairyland
with 500 tiny candles glimmering
centerp eces of
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of So.
ho bride-
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Memorial Fund
To Get Aid Here
Annual luncheon of the Restau-
I Combined
i Appeal will be held Wednes-
12 13 ; in., in the Board Room
G re a VI ami Jewish
anon building, 1317 Biscayne
Blvd.
The luncheon will support the
effort of Greater Miami Jeuish
restaurateurs in behalf of the Louis
Louis Shapiro Memorial Fund. The
fund was established to perpetuate
the name of the late Louis Shapiro,
attorney for numerous Greater
Miami and New York restaurants,
ivho was an active leader for the
Vnited Jewish Appeal since the
inception of the UJA.
David Stuzin. certified public ac-
countant and banking executive, is
coordinator for the luncheon and
the restaurant group. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom, and chairman of the!
Greater Miami Committee for!
State of Israel Bonds, will be guest
tpeaker.
Rabbi Kronish, a national vice!
president of the American Jewish!
Congress and of the Israel Hista-
drut Committee, is one of the
Joremc-t leaders in behalf of the
VJA and Israeli causes in the
/ati' I v pointed out.
Serving as co-chairmen for the
restaurant group are B g Kaplan, Edward L.-issman,
Herbert Login. Irving Rubin and
JUelvin Weinkle.
take a skiing honeymoon in
Saowe. Vt
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Miami Beachtcs Frances and
Abe I.obis celebrated 56 years of
rnartiage easier th:s year .
Wed in Brooklyn, where Abe was
a manufacturer, the couple has
lived here 17' years ... It took
two dinner parties and two suc-
cessive days to entertain their
r.'.am friends marking the occa-
sion Among guests were son ;
Leo LobH wh wi'e Marc'a anc
teen-age dau hter. Susan, and the
former Edith Leb:s with spouse
Jerry Dc S9rio. who \vorks fo1
the government here, and their
son Danny 12 Frances, who
lake* the work of her organiza
tions to h-art. is a life memhei
of Deborah Ho-pita!. and active
with Shaloma Gro'ip of Hadassah
and Jewish War Veterans Worn
en"s Auxiliary.
Elaine Krnnzler. "ue^t of honor
at a bridal shower hosted by Mrs.
Blanche Weiss last Saturday .
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Kranzler. 1940 Coral Gate
Dr.. honoree will be the June
bride of Bernard MarkowiU of
Miami.
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A two-nart celebration will
mark the 25th anniversary of the
Buddy Halperts on Saturday .
Guests' will start the evening at
rove
the Halpert Coral Gables home
for cocktails, then continue on to
the Studio Restaurant for late
night dinner Son Leslie fly-
ing in from Washington, D.C.,
joining brother and sister, Barry
and Susan, for the gala occasion.
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First child. Lisa, born Mar. 21
to the former Shirley Ann Rach-
lin and Kenneth Ingber The
tiny doll also makes first-time
grandparents of Miamians Mr.
and Mrs. George J. Rachlin and
Mrs. Mildred Moses, as well as
George Ingber of New York.
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Artist Dorothy Cole has again
taken a prize in the annual art
show of the North Miami Beach
Art League with her oil c-"<"'
"A Philosopher" ... In 1965, it
was judged among the best .
More Coles are on view at a
continuing one-man show at the
Shore Club.
Steady winter visitor* Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Shurr. owners of
Camp Algonquin in Avgyle, N.Y.,
will be at the Crown Hotel this
year While here. Frances
will be entertained at a luncheon
on Apr. 1 hosted by college chum
Hilda (Mrs. Charles) Gertler.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah pays spec-
ial tribute to its award-winning membership
chairman at a luncheon last week. Groups re-
ceiving top honors for most new members are
standing (rear) Mesdames Florence Webber,
Forte Towers; Max Cohen, Southgate; William
Safir, Brandeis; Harry P. Cohen, transfer chair-
man for chapter; Nathan Friedman, Henrietta
Szold; Abraham Kirson, Esther; Harry Galan-
ter, Stephen Wise; Maurice Cahn, administra-
tive vice president of Miami Beach chapter.
Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Arthur
Press, Herzl; Meyer Schneider, Kadirr.ii; Nor-
man Meyers, membership vice presideat of the
Miami Beach chapter; Frieda Tobey Morton
Towers; Harry Pearl, Eddie Cantor.
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Friday. March 25, 1966
vJenisti Meridian
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Arthur Jatfe
Joseph Schacfer Barbara Ginsberg
J$ar Barbara Ginsberj
Barbara Cecile. daughter of Mr.
Mr. Edward Ginsberg, 2420
SW 25th Ave.. v ill become Bas
ilitzvah ;.! Beth David on Friday,
25
Barbara is a seventh grade
, Shenandoah High, and
has been attending Beth David
School for the past six
ars
Tin celebrant sir.gs in the Beth
Junior Choir, plays in the
i m(. and is interested in
bowling goif, and camping.
Mrs Sarah Ginsberg and Mr.
Mrs, Israel Mindlin, grand-
parents .: Barbara, will attend the
- rvi<'
Sondra Schonwefter
Fridaj evening sen ice, Mar. 25,
il Beth loiati Congregation, will
include the Bas Mitzvah of Sondra
nwetter.
An honor student at John F.
Kenned) Junior High, where she
is in th< seventh grade, the cele-
brant is a member of the fifth
grade graduating class at Beth
Tor ah, \'wt tavoiite outside activity
is swimming.
Mr and .urs. Morris Schonwet-
ter will honor their daughter at a
dinner party on Saturday evening
in then home at 660 N'E 180th St.
Grandparents of the celebrant
are Mrs. Shirley Trager, Daytona
Beach. Mr, and Mrs. Victor Schon-
hretter Miami Beach-
*
Mark Sapir
Mark Harry, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Leon Sapir. will become Bar
M i t / \ a h Saturday, Mar. 26, at
Iemple Adath Yeshurun.
Mark is in the seventh grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High. His
favorite subject is science, and he
I r of the baseball team.
lii- hobby is stamp collecting,
an excellent student, at
Hel rew School.
Following the service, there will
'ion in his honor.
A..hur J. Jaffe
Earn Saturday morning serv-
28, at Beth Torah Con-
will include the Bar
Arthur J son of Mr.
.! Jaue _.ii NE UHith
r of the fifth grade
the temple, the
i nth
Ki am .'. Junior High,
avorite subject is
bl : i fishing.
i r in honor
"' i tzval II be hi 11
S : i oil Sat-
pates in sports and plays the elec-
tric guiatar. He will continue his
religious education through con-
lirmation.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah
are Mr. and .Mrs. Leo Hackner and
Air. and Mrs. Louis Geller.
The celebrant will be honored ,
it a Kiddush following the cere- TrClffic Safety
Temple Israel
WHS Dedicate
Music Library
Elias M. Salzberg Music Library-
will be dedicated during services
Friday evening at Temple Israel.
Donated by Howard Klivans,
member of the temple board of
s. and his wife, the library
will house recordings ol Jewish
and religious themes
Leonard Bernstein Psalms and
Charles Laughton readings from
the Bible will be piped into the
temple sanctuary from the library
tor the dedication ceremony.
In place of the .sermon on Fri-
; day evening. Rabbi Joseph R
\arot will conduct an "Ask t!ie
Rabbi" session dealing with ques-
tions on Jewish and religious met-
ers submitted by congregants ear-
lier in the week.
Alterman Urges
Bradley Reese
On Saturday morning. Mar. 26,
at Temple \er Tamid. bar Mitzvah
ol Bradley Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Allen Reese, 8125
Hawthorne Ave., will be observed.
Bradley is a student of Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Net-
Tamid Religious Schools. He is a
member of advanced band at
Nautilus, and outside activities in-
clude golf, tennis and swimming.
Kiddush will follow services, and
a reception will be held at Michel's
Restaurant on Saturday evening.
Michael Barth
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Barth
will be observed during Saturday
morning services, Mar. 26, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Barth. 17621 NE 7th Ave.. the
celebrant, an honor student, is in
the eight grade at John F. Kennedy
Junior High and in the fifth grade
graduating class at Beth TOrah.
In addition to the clarinet, which
he plays in the school band, be
plays the oboe and the piano. His
hobbies are stamp-collecting and
bowling.
Joseph Schacfer
Joseph Bernard, son of Daniei
Shacter. 614*1 SW 62nd PL, will
become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday morn-
ing, Mar. 26.
Joseph is a seventh grade stu-
dent at South Miami High, and has
been attending Beth David Reli-
gious School for the past five years.
He collects coins and stamps and
and plays the viola.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Shacter and
Maurice Nierenberg, grandparents
Of Joseph, will attend the services
and Kiddush at Beth David Spector
Hall,
Dade County Citizens Safety
Council president, Sidney Alter-
man, has announced his personal
support of recommendations con-
tained in President Johnson's re-
cent tiansportation message to the
nation which called for "establish-
ment of a Department of Trans-
ortation on the Cabinet level and
-assage of the Traffic Salety Act
>i 1966."
Alterman said that the "Presi-
lent's message and proposed Traf-
fic Safety Act of 1966 make it
lear that responsibility for human
safety in auto travel today is
vested in private industry as well
as the citizenry, local, state and
ederal government.
"The Administration's interest
in traffic safety will probably gen-
erate an immediate step-up in
safety programming nation-wide.
Officials on state and local levels
have in the past been slow to
move in this area of public respon-
sibility," added Alterman, pres-
ident of Alterman Transport Lines,
and a leading trucker.
Four students of the Meaivta of Greater Miami-Louis Merwit-
zel High School rejoice as they receive the good news that
they are the recipients of regents scholarships granted by
the Board of Regents cf the State of Florida. Students are, top
(left to right:) Mark Safro and David Galbut. Bottom are Billy
Berman, Kenneth Wolfe, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal. Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who rank
in the upper five percent as judged by the statewide twelfth
grade examination, high school academic record, and recom-
menda'ion of their school principal.
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' ll 5 1 Service
A City of Mope luncheon meet-
Ing, sponsored by Mrs. Irving J.
Bloom. Mrs. Irvin Weingroff. and
Mrs. Cy Flasky, will take place on
Friday. 11:30 a.m.. in the commu-
nity Voom of Treasure House
North. 7525 East Treasure Dr.
Formation of a new chapter in
the North Bay Billage vicinity will
be discussed.
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MITCH!'[.!. WOI.KSON
Chan man of the Baaid
FREE V lit the H-.ii t-V
(Courtasy irt Ass'n )
Line, In it Wash
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0 A.M.-I P.M. 4 2 P.M.-8 P M
ere? full-scrt ening demonst a-
t, -n 6-lead clsctro-cardiagnni
MILTON WEIS
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Covered Dish Luncheon
Mrs Al Altman is chairing the
covered dish luncheon featuring a
variety of dairy dishes to be held
by Flagler-Granada Jewish Centei
Sisterhood on Tuesday noon.
Anticipated
ANNUAL DIVI0EN0
Compounded and
paid four time*
a year.
MIAMI BEACH
AVINOS
7ITOERAL
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MAIN OFFICE ~' V Tower
Lincoln Rood Moll at Washington Avenue S3I-S511 of Thrift
BRANCH OFFICES
755 Washington Avt., Miami Beach 538-5511 260 Sunny lilts Boulevard, Miami 947-1415
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Friday. March 25, 1966
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Fifty life members were added to the life membership rolls of Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom at its "Great Society" luncheon on Mar. 16 at
Westview Country Club. Some 320 women were present at the function
and applauded new liie members who were "pinned" as part of the cere-
monies, which included songs and narration written by program chair-
man, Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, and Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bressler. song-
writers of the Jackie Gleason Show. Narration. "I am Sisterhood, written
by Mrs. Aaron M. Reder, chairman of the luncheon, and recited by Mrs.
Harold Granoff. was received with applause. Top row are Mrs. Morns
Lipp (at the microphone), chairman of sponsors for the luncheon, and Mrs.
Leo Levin and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. co-chairmen of the life membership
committee Bottom row are Mesdames Bertram Miller. Harry Platoff, Ben-
jamin Mandell, Bernard Altman, James Abramson. Nat Messe, Maurice
Cahn Sam Devenow, Ellis Amdur, Nathn Bushman, Samuel Gladstone,
Esther Zeitsiff, Harvey Kramer. Middle row are Mesdames Fhihp Postel-
nek. Samuel Meiselman, Max Grate. Jose Ventura, Syd Levy. Burton Belene,
Shirley Borer, Frances Goldfarb.
Leaders in the Restaurant Group of the Combined Jewish
Appeal this year include (left to right) Irvinq Kaplan, Ben
lutler, Herb Login and Irving Rubin, they will take part in the
nnual luncheon in behalf of the CJA and the Louis Shapiro
.emoricl Fund at *he Greater Miami Jewish Federation build-
iq on Wednesday. Mar. 30. (See story, Page 12-B.)
Pythian Knights
Sponsor Contest
Al Levitt, chancellor commander
of the Miami Beach Knights of
Pythias, appointed Paul Grand
as chairman of the 21st annual
public speaking contest for Miami
Beach High School students held
Wednesday evening at the Castle
Hall
Sponsored by the Knights of
Pythias. Domain ol Florida. Albert
C. Belmont Jr., grand chancellor.
the contest was open to boys
and girls enrolled in high school,
parochial or preparatory schools
of high school rank.
Prizes will be awarded by the
Miami Beach Lodge, and the win-
ner will he eligible to enter the
Domain of Florida contest. Win-
ners nl the final international con-
test at B i r m ingh a in. Ala., in
August, will receive s5.uoo in scho-
larships to anj university of col-
I. e
Program of Songs
For Pioneers
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir
Chapter, mel on Wednesday aftei
noon at Was I tgton Federal, 1234
Washington Ave., with Mrs Abra-
ham Seltzer, president, conducting
the business agenda.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. vice presi-
dent and Moctzct Hapoalot chair-
man, was in charge of the cultural
portion oi the meeting, and Mrs.
i elia Becfcerman offered several
Yiddish songs.
In a scene from "Time Out for Ginger" are members of the
United Synagogue Youth Players of Temple Emau-El. The
USY youngsters will present the skit, depicting the trials and
tribulations of parents with the teen-age generation, during the
Miami Beach congregation's semi-annual meeting and dance
Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated are Mindy
Ellen Epstein. Players are directed by Tiixie Levin. Election of
Temple Emanu-El officers and directors for the 1966-G7 year
will be held, and a late supper will be served.
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A new Kosher and Pareve oleomargarine is introduced for the
:.rst time by Mother's Food Products, Inc. Made of cotton seed
oil, the product can be served with all meat or dairy Pass-
over meals, and provides the opportunity for new and dif-
rerent Passover dishes. Its cooking properties make it ideal
:or basting roast, perfect for baking, frying and broiling. Since
rhe product spreads smoothly even when ice cold, it makes
3 superb spread for rolls and bread. The delicate flavor of the
margarine enhances the taste of traditional Passover recipes
and provides the opportunity for new and different Passover
diflhes. Mother's Kosher margarine has thp same energy value
::s regular margarine or butter. It is fortified with a minimum
of 15,000 units of vitamin A per lb. Available regular or un-
talted, this margarine is ideal for year-round use for those
who require milk-free or salt and milk-free diets. Packaged in
one pound sizes, the product comes in four quarter pound
ndividual wrapped sticks. The bars are pre-measured for ex-
-a cookina convenience. Mother's Margarine is certified
iosher for Passover by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
regations of America.
Pioneer Women
To Hold Concert
Spring concert of the Eilat
Chapter of Pioneer Women will be
held next Wednesday at the Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Association auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Guest artists will include Sam-
uel Wexler, humorist: Irving Ga-
vurin, instrumentalist; and Mrs.
Ann Salisbury, Frieda I.evitan. and
Ida Kovolsky. vocalists.
Book Review For
Two BB Chapters
The Fairways Restaurant. North
Miami Beach, will be the setting
for the annual book review and
luncheon given by B nai B'ri'h
Women on Wednesday at 11:30
a.m.
Sponsored by Shoshana and
i North Dade Chapters, luncheon
will be followed bj a review of the
current best seller, "Hotel.'' by
Arthur Halley, given by Mrs. Frank
Kerdyk.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
Charles Winneker
Principals in the highly-sucessful anniversary luncheon of the
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood last week include (left to right)
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Sisterhood president; Mrs. Harold
Levey, recipient of an award as the outstanding ticket seller;
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El; and
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, chairman of sary luncheon.
Rieaer Heads MB Senior Citizens
Jownh I; .-!- !>->s h">n elected
president ol the Miami Beach Sen-
ior Citizi:.- Association
Officers who will serve with
Rieger are Dr. S. Lerner. .1 W
Kell. vice presidents; David Shap-
iro, treasurer; Mrs Harry Stampel,
Mrs Ann Shuster, Mrs. Harry Aust-
rian, Mrs. llanna Spiro. secre-
taries
Mrs Philip Moll. Mrs, Joseph
Riegei, sunshine committee; Miss
Amy Haber, grievance committee;
Philip Moll, sick and distress com-
mittee; Mrs. Max Thursteln. ways
and means: Dr. I. Schwartz, blood ~
bank; Mrs. Joe MlntZtt. civic chair- W
man and organizer of the club:
led Heller, chairman of the board.


., March 25. 1966
f Brown, 66,
asses Mar. 19
\ 32-year Miami resident, Fay
jrown, of 1636 S.W. 18th v.
[ ir. 19. Formerly of New
k'ork City, Mrs Brown was 60
t the time 01 her death.
\ life member of the YMHA,
lii-. Brown also belonged to
temple Israel Sisterhood. Hartas-
|;ih. National Council of Jewish
Vomen and Variety Children's Hos-
fatal.
She is survived by her husband.
David; two sons. Stanley and Jack;
i daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Welner;
sister, Mrs. Minnie Krantz; and
10 grandchildren.
I Services were held Mar. 21 at
Eordon Funeral Home, with inter-
tient in Woodlawn Cemetery.
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iheridan Kimmel.
larine Veteran,
IPasses Away, 40
1 l" S Marine Veteran Sheridan
Ir'rank Kimmel, who served in the
[south Pacific during World War
111. died Mar. 21 at the age of 40.
Kimmel. of 7950 Biscayne Dr..
I fame here from Buffalo, N. Y., 31
(years ago, and was a magazine
(writer, lie was a member of the
I Disabled War Veterans.
Survivors include his parents, Mr
land Mrs. Charles Kimmel. four
[brothers. Arthur. Jesse. Irvine and
Karl; and four sisters. Mrs. There-
sa Frey, Mrs Eve Johnson, Mrs.
Sail] llanoff and Mrs. Maxine Rose.
Services were held Mar. 23 at
Newman Funeral Home.
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CROSS, I, -.;. ,.i Till Wav n.'
Hi llii il VI r. IS. Itl\ el'-id. .
PERKUS. Vhraliaiu Al lit, i>f l'"7"
lllv.l., died Mar. 19. IMvi r
KORNBLL'M. Max, ;::. ..f 9880 W Iln)
I Mai ]v S. rv If, -
N' I City. IUvi -
RICH. Sin Mm, hisnn ,,i HOI Sui Mill'
I'b'l died Mar. IT. Riverside.
DALE, Illuf N nf ::.'.:: M'.ii.ki.. Si .
ifl Mur ::. Riven i.i. .
GURINSKY. 1.,).,, ,;,,. ,.f I..I \w 2nd
uSU'-S1."1 Mar ,; Riverside.
NEEDELMAN. Harry, 88, ..f il.r.'i SW
i :i\ Hi., ,11..I Mar. in. Uordon.
SCHECHTER. II. hv. T7. ,,f (51 .1,-f-
Ti'.'i'"" Av"' '''"' '""' '* Riverside
IURKEL. Nathan, 74, of hxo Kiulld
,,t,; a.'1"'1 Nl"' Riverside.
WEISBAUM. Mi.iris, 81, ..f m.,1 r.,|-
ftiiBii?.' ''"' M"'" "' Riverside.
GILENKO. Philip, 78, l>f tv.il SW .Mil
BiiLt-i';'! Mhi"- ''' "onion.
CUBERMAN. Ilvman. 7.-1 ..f ir.l \K
i .i'JiJS ''''' *"" |,; Riverside.
LANDESMAN. Torcaia, 77. i.f 1201
Simon ''""' \Iar '* Rivet-side.
oimon. Samuel, nil, ..i ii>u s\V imli
rn'L".,'.""1 Mar' ";- Riverside.
coa-an, st, nhn, 17, nf 80 8. Khun
ui'.e ''"''' M'" '"> Riverside,
HnAS< '"" J. 7:.. <.f 1570 Alton
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Season's Topper
At Gulfstream
This is the week at Gulfstream
Park that brings the bin event of
me season for the handicap divi-
sion and a final testing ground for
Honda Derby hopes.
Topping the sport is the 21st
running of the $100,000 Gulfstream
'ark Handicap at a mile and a
quarter Saturday.
fronado, owned by the partner
J"'P of J. W. UCroix and Herbert
"off, will pUt ncwiy won honors
un "he line in Gulfstream Handi
caP and now looms as the horse
10 beat in the Gulfstream.
However, for $100,000 and at
ne extended distance of a mile
nUn." quarter- Tronado will find
fh .. "''Position. Several of
hose that finished behind him in
and "" WlU seekin8 revenge,
nam< ,,robab|y wi be other
nam's in the lineup.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Al Ossip (right), chairman of the Presidents Council of South
Florida Zionist District, and Joseph Cchen (left;, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, congratulate Debra Cohen, stu-
dent of Beth Torah Reliqious School, and Judy Lelchuk, student
of Temple Israel Religious School, first prize winners in the
annual essay-art contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Zionist District. Debra was awarded first
prize in the essay contest, and Judy won first prize in the art
contest. An exhibit of art work of students of the Jewish schools
will be featured at the Art Gallery nf thr* Washington Federal
Savinqs and Loan Association, 17th St. and Meridian Ave..
through Apr. 1. The exhibit includes the art work submitted in
the annual art contest of the bureau.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
NO. 686373-B
In UK: Estate nf
Aim \n vm i i;ii.i>i:n
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII <' 'In. i mill VII Hav-
ing < 'In Ima or I icniand Said
Vou are hei i not 11 led and i ......
In present an> i ..urns mi,i demand*
Ii h you in.i\ lui v naalnsl Hi,
estate of ABRAHAM J. C1L.DEN de-
cenHi .i late of i lade < \iunt>, i- loi Ida,
ii. ih. I'ounty Judges and file ihe name in dupllcule and as
provliled in Siactlon iM 18, Kloridu
Hi -. in their offices in ill. >'ounty
i"'.in ih..ii>.- in i lade > *.,iitit>. I
"iiliin nix calendar montha from Ihe
time of the i'ii-i publli atlon he of,
or the sunn- u in be ban *i
Kan -I hi Mluml, l-1..i iiia. ihis iviii
day of .Mar. h. .\.l i.
I-I(.\.\i"l s i;ii.i i|-:n
As Rseeutrlx
Plrsl iiublicatlon ..r ihlx notice on
Hi.- .'Mli day of Man h, r...;
li:i:n \NH NEWMAN
Attorm j s for Bxi cutrlx
sos n.i-i. i--. il, : is iiuilng
Miami. Ptolida :'.:'.:::i
:: :'-".. I I v. i -,
Continental Has Jewish Music for Chug Ivri
Passover Seder
Dinners Take-Out
fon';nental Kosher Caterers,
8393 Bird Rd.. Miami, does Pass-
over cooking for the individual
family.
Included is a full course takeout
traditional Seder dinner for 3.50
per person.
Continental has a free menu and
price list on request, featuring a
large variety of Passover foods.
all prepared strictly kosher.
This is the sixth year that Con-
tinental Caterers is offering this
service Continental has also been
chosen this year to cater the Seders
at Temple Menorah, Miami Beach.
SHRIER. Mrs. Marilyn, 39, of JljjM
sw l"THi Ave., ill-.i Mar. Rlver-
alde.
BRAMOWITZ. Mrs Ray, 78, of 9800
Collins Av.-. Service* In New York,
rthvdienr..
ratsky. Mnnrla. -- "f tnr> Kurii/i
Av. died Mar. 8. Bervlcea in Cnl-
cairn lUvenrtde. ________
Jewish Music Through the
Ages," illustrated with songs, will
be presented by Leon Segal. Heb-
rew educator, at the next meeting
of ChMg Ivri. Hebrew speaking
group of No. Miami Beach, sche-
duled for Tuesday, 2 p.m.. at
Temple Ner Tamid.
AB
LEGAL MOTICt
_____LEGAL NOTICS
Wn'C.T'T'OUS NAME LAW
NATION ii 1 .' "' netltloua ni..... ..I
,V- '-"Il U'AT.lKS -,::,;
,,. !;"-1'1- Miami Bern h, K
' said nai.i.. iiii
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 66C 2842
on \ ti:iti:i.ma.n.
I'laiiillff.
IiiN \ THAN TKITKI.MAN".
I'. fendant.
TO: .IONATII VN THITEI.MAN
i::s Hold si'., i
I |,in inn, i inlario, i iinadn
V..,, .IllN \ IIIA.N TH1TKI-MAN are
herebj i.....I "l thai 11 II IJ < :."'
for IHvnrei ha* been riled
aanlnsl y n, .'"'i '" '"
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nu io ii..- Hill of I'omiiliiinl on ih.
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i,, do Judmc ni b> di fault will bi
luki i .i-ain-i you for Ihi ri llel Ii
. i in the l sill of romiilnlnt.
Th ,u :.. |iul : shed onc<
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in ih.- JKWISII Kl.OKI I MAX.
IHlNK AXH ORHKKKH Hi Miami.
: i, thla lTih da) ol March, A.U
K, II LKATHKKMAX. < jerk,
. -.ii i. I ade County, PlorWa
Seal) Bj I. KNKKI KN
Peputy Clerk
sii.\|':kmkin, kwi'indv
X ;i II'IHSS
BY: I'.Ml- KWITNl-r>-
Attorneys fur Plaintiff
;l S5, 4/1-8-li
Unusual Film
To be Shown
Leon Schacter's Cinema Theatre
on Friday will feature the Yiddish
film. "Thou Shalt Remember,"
starring Maurice Schwartz and a
cast of the Yiddish Art Theatre.
Also appearing will be the pop
ular baritone. Napoleon Reed, and
singing comedienne. PatSJ Shaw.
Made in Vienna in 1924. the film
met with great European suc-
cess by the time it was brought to
America. When it opened in New
York a short time later, it featured
the innovation of a "live" cast in
its rologue and epilogue which had
as its commentator the youthful
actor named I.eon Schacter.
The film will be featured at 1:30,
4:30, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m., with
stage shows scheduled for 3. 6 and
9 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
id, Ml
unl Reach. I-la.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70200-C
'n lit-:: i-'si.ii, iii
lSIIX"III" ("OtH'KIt
I i. .-as.il.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All i'i.'lii.'is and All Peraon* Hav-
ing Claims ..i Demand* Against s.-iai
I-: i.-u.
Von are hereby notified and required
to present any efalms ana demands
which you ni-iv have against the
. la,. .it imimiIIK COOI'MR, ib -.-is.-il
late "f I ..nl. County, Florida to
the Count) Judges of I'a.l.- Coun-
ty, an,l file the sain.- in duplicate and
as provided In Mention 73S.16. Florida
Ktatutee, In tin r offk-es In the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Hlorliln
within six calendar nionthi from Ihi
time of Mi. Mi-si publication hereof,
or the same w ill In- Iwi n ii
11 ted -ii Miami. Horlila, this 23rd
day "i March, A.I>
SOl.l.Y I w '' I -'i''"l.\
\- Admlnlstmtor
i Irai publication of this notl.......
l'.mii iia\ ..f March, I9W,
\i.\si.i:i-: is. kkiioii:
Attorney for Admlnlatrator
2316 8.W, l.-.l.-iin,- Road
3, 26
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3, 2i, 1,1-8-15
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Til \|.l. P i Wlh-M 'I'HBHh I'l.l-.-
-I-VTS ,-HAI.I. COMB. C.llBBTINtSHj
Whereas. h'RAXK KIKAIAN -\l and
Iti ach I"" i'1 MAX SIIA Ml.
Klorida. MAT. BIS.M \X, Nl am
]. ,l.i did on the .i
, A.I> !: ause I" Incoi -
H.niii .1 umh r thi la "f :i" .-iai.
BISMAX PKDl'KKTIICS.
h....... Ith Ii
ess .11 Ml VMI HKACH.
. |)B CtiCXTY in th.. Klate of Hor-
,,!.. mid I: such conairni
..,, the 14th of M I *'
n the offl.....f Hi.
ir> Clf stale of the Stati ol
l in d. unentarj authorll > n -
under Hi" lion SO? .'7.
si.iilit, -. ahowlng the auaolutlon ..i
. -i i...i..11. ii.
.\,,\. therefore, the Secretary "f
si.,1, does lierehj certtf) to th. fore-
t.-inj; and thai be is aattafle.l lhal lh<
i ,-,|iiir. Munis ..I the law liav.- been
...miili.il With,
in wiTMvSS WHBREOP, i have
hereunto ael inj hand and have af-
i seed the Oreal Seal "f Ihe State of
I lorlda, ii T.iiitiiiassee, the Capital,
tliis- the nth day of MArch, AM. 19M.
i S.,,1, TOM AHA.MS
Secretary of Stale
; 11 .1.;
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FO"R
CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 66C 2763
To Whnin it May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned petitioner, K.MKI.lo ED-
WARD MKKA whoae realdei..... an-
ilr.-s i.s ;:.l 8.W. nth Street, Apart-
ment I, Miami. Florida In Ihe City
of Mia.ni. Dade Oiunty. Florida, In-
tend* to apply i" the Honorable MAR-
SH A1X vv ISBli.tJt i, a ,..!.. hi.
Kleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for
i.i.i.. County, al his office In the
Count) Court House, nl lt:Sfl o'cliM'h
\ \i ..ii ih, SOth day "i April, IM,
. i- aa sunn thereafter ae he may be
for in order changing his nanu
ii. in bmki.io uinv van Vina \ to
i:mi:i,|h BI)W \ki> ISSUVIKR1X1 bj
n hi.-h i.am. he shall thereaft" r be
know n.
Hated .1 Miami, Florida, thla 21 si
if March, \ I >. 1966.
KMI.I.I. i Kl>\\ A III I M i:s \
I'etltlnni i
\\ M.Ti:i:.s-. MOOltK H ."STAN7.H
Ml.an. .
10 A Ills). .- liulldinn
.Miami, Florida
3 ii, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70153-A
In RK: Batati ol
ItlCRXARI' Ol A.M< IND
I.....is. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons I lav- ,
ins Claims, or Demands Aajalii*l Ha U
Bstate:
Vou are hi reh) notified and reiiuired .
to present any claims and demand* '
which v.. a may have aKainal thi
iwtate ..f l'.i:UNAltl> DIAMOND de-
ceased late of Had.- County, Florida,
I,, ih. i"..iiniv Judges of I'a.l.- Coun-
ty .ami file iin- sain, in duplicate and
as provided In Section ,33.16, Florida
Statutes, iii ih, ir nfflcea In the Coun-I
rv .'...ni h..ii-. in I lade t'ountv, h'l.ir-I
Ida, within -i\ calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, ..i the same w III he ban .-.l
Hal..I ai Miami. Florida, thla 18th
dav of March, A.D, l66,
\i\'si.i-:i-: i: FTCRD1E
\s Administrator
I ii -i publicullon of this notli on
ih. r.th .lav of March, IH66
AINM.KB II PBRDIB
11 in. v for Admlnlst .-
231.1 S \V I.. .1. mi Road, i "oral linlde-
.... I l-S-1.1
IN THE COUNTY JJUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70245-B
Iln RK: Kstati of
.-. iXSTA X" "K I.IKI'KRMAN,
., \ a t'l IN> r \N.-i: i MBOKISM VN,
a k a CONSTANCE IS. MBDBIt.MAN,
I >,-.-. ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Yedlt.i ml Ml I'. r-. -n Hav-
inu 'Ma,ins ..i- Demunds Aaalnsl Said
K-iai. :
V.-ii are hewby notified and i-.-<|ir--.l
t. pi*esent anv claims and demnnda
wi.h v.ai ma) h.i\. nitalnst thi estate
..f CONSTANCK i.ii-:mi-:i:.\i.\.n. late
of the i"..imiv of New Fork and State
..i New York, Deceased, having i.....
pert) In Dadr County, Florida, to
the t'nunty Judges of bade County,
and file the nanu in duplicate and as
] provided In Section ?:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the .'..iinty
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
uiihin six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hi reof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihis 21al
day ..f March, A.D. 1966.
A1..W I.IKIUCISMAN
As Ancillary FJxi cut. r ..f the
Bstate ..i COXSTAXCE MBDERMAX
l-'iisi |,ill,la-il i.,n of i hi-, notice i.n
the 2.1th .lav i.f March, 19(6
SIMON, HAYS & UlU'NDWKIMi
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101 Alnsle) llullding
1 Miami, Floridii .:::!:::.
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' the 26th daj of March, I9M6
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Miami, Florida
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    (hi 17th da) of March, 1966,
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    eleimusli Floridiari

    Miami, Florida, Friday, March 25. 1966
    Section C
    The traditional way to make a Seder
    i
    CANDIES are
    11nil!cil by ihe
    n i n I 11 r of tlir
    house lo usher in
    tin festival of I'.i-
    over. The benedic-
    tion which she pro-
    nounces over the
    candle* gives a re-
    ligious meaning lo
    this simple act. An
    abundance of light
    symbolize* joy and
    fest ivity, and the
    aoft candle-glow
    add* an aura of
    spirituality to the
    Seder table.
    2
    A CUP OF WINE
    i placed at each
    table setting. The
    sanctification of
    the Holiday is pro-
    nounced over the
    first cup. Three ad-
    ditional cups are
    drunk during the
    c o u r s of the
    Seder, making a
    total of four, to
    symbolize the four
    expressions of the
    Lord's promise to
    redeem the chil-
    dren of Israel and
    deliver them from
    bondage.
    3
    THE HAGOAOAH
    'literally "the tell-
    ing") contains the
    complete Seder
    ceremonies in their
    prescribed order
    (seder). The first
    part of tin- book,
    concerned mainly
    with th<- story of
    the Jews' deliver-
    ance from Egypt,
    is read l>efore the
    meal. After dinner
    follows the second
    portion consisting
    of prayers of praise
    and thanks to the
    Almighty.
    4
    MATZOH repre-
    sents the "bread of
    affliction" eaten by
    the Jews in Egypt,
    and also the bread
    that had to be baked
    during their hasty
    flight when there
    was no time for
    leavening. Three
    matiot are placed
    in the Seder tray.
    Half the middle
    maisoh, savrd for
    the Alikomon tdes-
    sert), i playfully
    "stolen" by a child
    and ransomed for a
    prize.
    5
    THE Z'ROAH,
    a roasted thank
    bone, is placed on
    the Seder tray. It
    represents the an-
    cient sacrifice of
    the Paschal lamb
    (Pesach) which
    had to be eaten
    roasted. I'esarh, the
    Hebrew name for
    Passover, also re-
    fers to the Lord's
    passing Over fpos-
    n< h I the Jewish
    hornet during the
    plague visited upon
    the Egyptian first-
    born.
    6THI BIITZAH. J*^
    aroastedegg /
    placed left of the /
    Z'roah. tymbolizet g
    the required offer-
    ing brought on all
    fettivals in the
    Temple. The egg,
    while not itself sac-
    rificed, is used in
    he Seder at it it
    the Jewith symbol
    ( mourning tin
    this cate for the
    !ott of the Temple
    here the sac-
    rifices were
    brought l
    THE MAIOI
    r "bitter herb;-"
    I usually horserad-
    ish ) is placed in
    the middle of the
    tray and symbol-
    izes the Jews' bit-
    ter suffering under
    the Egyptian yoke.
    Directly below it
    the Chazereth, an-
    other piece of bit-
    ter herbs, com-
    memorating the
    custom of ealin
    Maror sandwiched
    between two pieces
    ol \fatzoh.
    m
    8
    THE CHAstOSET,
    placed beneath the
    Z'roah, is a mix-
    ture of chopped
    apple, nuts, cinna-
    mon, and wine de-
    signed to look like
    the mortar used by
    the Jewt in build-
    ing the palaces and
    pyramids of Egypt
    during centuries of
    forced labor. Be-
    fore the Maror it
    eaten, it it dipped
    into the Charotet.
    9
    THE KARFAS,
    a piece of parsley
    or lettuce placed to
    the left of the
    Charesel, tymbol-
    izet the meager
    diet of the Jews in
    Egyptian bondage.
    It it dipped into
    tail water in re-
    membrance of the
    tears they thed in
    their misery. The
    Karpas alto signi-
    fiet Springtime,
    the season of Past-
    -
    10
    THE CUP Of KI--
    JAH, filled with
    wine, is kept oa
    the table through-
    out the Seder in
    the hope that the
    Prophet Elijah
    may appear at a
    mettenger of the
    Almighty and an-
    nounce the coming
    of the Mettiah.
    Thut, in the midst
    ,->f their memories
    of the patt. the
    Jewt look forward
    to the day of uni-
    versal peace, love,
    and brotherhood.
    .I
    I
    AN AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE TO THE RITUALS SURROUNDING THE HOLIDAY
    3
    Preparing Your Home for the Passover Week
    ihoritative guide la of- A. Any amount. One must not
    the form ol a series ol i eat or have any chometz during the
    and answers, plus a list entire Passover period, whether in
    exacl times for various
    Passover observance
    '"'i'1 b> the rabbinical authori-
    ,ies ol Ihe Union of Orthodox
    ' ongregations of America.
    hould remember that
    such .i aide can not deal with all
    prbl i- likely to arise ami that
    ' rbbi should be consulted in such
    situations
    a *
    0 What is the basic dietary law
    on which Passover food prepara-
    the natural state, processed form,
    or in the mixture.
    chometz
    Q. Until what time may
    be eaten this year?
    A. Chometz may not be eaten this
    year after 9:30 a.m. of Brev Pe-
    sach. which, this year, is Monday.
    Apr. 4.
    Q. Are frash fruits and vegetables
    kosher for Passover, other than
    Legumes: beans, corn, peas, etc.?
    A. Fresh fruits and vegetables
    with the exceptions noted, are
    kosher for passover. Food which is
    prepared or processed commercial
    ly in ANY way may not be kosher
    for Passover. The only assurance
    nice ii.ri, ,,.. ,, .'other products are kosnei tot t ass
    " ffJT-A usedXrin'g Si i certified by recognized
    'ion and use is based?
    A- A ban on the use of chometz,
    general term for all leavened
    '"""s Foods and drinks made from
    rye. barley, oats, millet, as
    manufacturer directly on the con-
    tainer or wrapper of the product
    Q. Should dishes, utensils and
    other kitchen and eating and
    storage implements be bought
    specifically for Passover use?
    A. Such a procedure Is the best
    assurance of complete adherence
    to Passover regulations. Under
    specified conditions and if prop-
    erly koshered, some utensils used
    the rest of the year may he used
    during Passover, it is suggested
    that the rabbi be asked about the
    proper procedures.
    Q. May plastic tablecloths be used?

    rabbinic authorities, indicated by a
    "Pie of ?iV.!!'# VVh She! or emblem ol such rabbinic
    , der.vat.ve food which Luthorltte8i indicated by a label or
    - certification. Such kosher for Pas*
    Q How much chometx in a partic-1 over certification should be clear
    Ula~ .--.--*... *> ., t K..nf ..
    Pa
    oven need special
    A. Yes
    0. Does the
    cleaning?
    A. The oven is used throughout
    the year and it must be cleaned,
    scraped and burned out. A fitted
    metal lining for the interior is rec
    Ommended. Special metal plates
    A. A formal ceremony, called
    "Bedikat I hometz" is required
    rill-, be {ins u ii h a final check of
    ill- home al ni htfa Sunday Apr
    :i. to make si re chomi tz
    has been removed rhc pockets of
    all clothing shoul I luded in
    this search
    Q. How is "Bedikat Chometi" per-
    formed?
    A. Since the home is presumed
    by this time to be free of chometz,
    crumbs of bread are placed in each
    room so that the search will not be
    In vain, Immediately alter nightfall
    on Sunday. Apr. 3, the head of
    the house, his way lighted by a
    candle carried by a member of the
    family, goes from room lo room,
    using a feather and a wooden spoon
    to gather any chometz. The cho-
    metz. spoon, feather and candle
    are then wrapped in a cloth and
    Q. What is to be done with the
    chometi which is not used up
    or disposed of before Passover?
    A. Passover regulations require
    transfer of ownership of such cho-
    metz to a non-Jew through an in-
    strument called Shtar Mechirah.
    All leftover chometz should be
    placed in a spare room, closet or
    trunk which is then to be locked
    All chometz dishes and utensils, af-
    ter being thoroughly cleaned, also
    must be placed in a special locked
    location. The rabbi is then author
    Ized to prepare a bill of sale and ar-
    range for transfer of ownership of
    the chometz to a non-Jew.
    O. When is ownership returned?
    A. The Rabbi, acting as agent,
    may re-purchase the chometz after
    Passover when it again may be
    used One's name and address
    should be left with the rabbi and
    a reasonable time permitted to pas-- tied with a String. This chometz is
    'ood m.k.s it unfit for ly and unmistakably an authentic "PW wi
    n.. ..-- ___ -r .K 1K1 nrintprl hv the how to oo mis.
    before the stored chometz is used
    to allow the rabbi enough time to
    should be placed over the top of finish the second part of the trans-
    the range to prevent contact with action.
    Passover utensils Your rabbi will .....
    be happy to give information on Q- What is the special ceremony
    "over use?
    part of the label printed by the
    for disposal of chometi?
    to be burned the next morning.
    The head of the house then formal-
    ly renounces ownership of any un-
    discovered chobetz. The formula
    Kol Chamira, appears at the begin-
    Continued on Page 16-C


    Page 2-C
    * Jen isti fhridiar
    Friday. March 25, 1966
    1
    COMER.
    Leaders ot the Argentine Jewish community discuss prob-
    lems of anti Semitism and the status of Jews there with Sen.
    Robert F. Kennedy on his recent visit to Buenos Aires. Left to
    right are Sen. Kennedy; Abroham Monk, director of the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee's Latin American office; Mouricio Kur-
    chan. secretary general of the Instituto Judio Argentino; and
    Jose Isaacson, chief editor of "Comentario," th? ST>rpish-
    language monthly published by the Instituto. The Instituto is
    the "sister'' organization in Argentina of the American Jewisn
    Committee.
    Schwartz Quits With No
    Explanation from LBJ
    WASHINGTON" tJTA) Ac-
    ceptance of the resignation of As-
    sistant Secretary of State Abba P.
    Schwartz, administrator of the
    Bureau of Security and Consular
    Affairs, and the Administration's
    architect of the 1965 act that li-
    beralized the basic immigration
    law. eliminating the national ori-
    gins quota system, was announced
    by the White House this week.
    Mr. Schwartz tendered his re-
    signation when, upon returning
    from a confidential Government
    mission abroad, he discovered that
    plans tor eliminating his State De-
    partment bureau had been in the
    works for months.
    Schwartz submitted his re-
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    signation to President Johnson.
    The White House confirmed
    that, instead of dealing with the
    resignation on the top level.
    President Johnson had merely
    referred the resignation to the
    State Department for "action."
    Sen. Edward U. Kennedy, of
    Massachusetts, a key figure in the
    passage of the new Immigration
    Act. said he a< considering a
    hearing on the Schwartz resigna-
    tion by a Senate subcommittee
    concerned with refugees. Neither
    the White House nor the State De-
    partment would comment on the
    reasons why the action to unseat
    Mr. Schwartz from his post had
    been taken. Mr. Schwartz was of-
    fered a post vaguely described as
    that of special assistant to Mr.
    Rusk on refugee affairs.
    jj
    'life
    Don't tell us that Cansi
    lovers arc wedded to the
    Canadians they've been dr
    They're not.
    We know.
    Because Canadian lovers
    are cutting old tics and buj g
    (Canadian I .< rd (alvert.
    For one reason. They like it.
    They should.
    We may be new here, hi,:
    we've been making fine( iiai
    w hisky for Canadians for years.
    mported (Canadian Lord
    Calvert isn't as expensive as it
    tastes. We bottle it here. If we
    bottled it in Canada,we'd h.r e
    to charge you about SI mort
    a fifth.
    You ought to try it right now*.
    Before our comer has an e i.
    ,
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    be!o\ add hostess with baskets
    of gifts and lafannaUsn tboul I i
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    rridav. March 25. 1966
    *Jewisti fBoridHiaiin
    Page 3-C
    Viet Nam
    Anguish
    By MAX LERNER
    Recall Soviet Jews at Seder
    By Special Report
    A call to all American Jews to
    include an additional statement
    on the plight of Soviet .lews in the
    Seder service this year has been
    made by the American Jewish
    Conference on Soviet Jewry, it was
    Hi,' Viet Nani protest march on Washington did one healthy thing, announced by Habbi Israel Miller,
    |l shifted the protest emphasis, and therefore public attention, away chairman of the Conference, and
    From the explosive and impossible draft issue back to the question of president of the Rabbinical Coun-
    ho the war can be brought to a negotiated end. True, there was a til of America,
    Silly little group that brought out its Viet Cong banners, but the only Th s,att,m. mf ,,. s
    im)|0I,,i,, that was to show that a generous nation can allow ,.ot jr,,.s ., ,_.. Jpws ^ ,.,
    0lv prot. si but a touch of folly as well. him, n(), bw ,, l(.,,l|u,n-- ., ,;,
    The; : i l- with the protest niarcli'is is not their zeal and inten- American Jewry "shall be their
    them credit, but the repetitiveness of their thinking voice" in an .. :U the conscience
    vective, which can be dismissed, what they propose is a '' the world tc "the injustice im-
    l|,'reef0l( first, get in touch with Ho tin Mir.li and be open !'''-<' on Soviet Jews." American
    the
    ace feeler from him second, try another pause in
    North Viet Nam. Third, impose no conditions on negotia-
    clude the Viet Cong at the negotiation table
    hollj \* ith the firsl and so does Presidenl Johnson The
    ihe i'>4 approach through l' Than) has been eful in
    hat, whether Johnson and Rusk were wrong or right in
    thej would not reject it todaj On the second point.
    I ought to know that he has icveral tin-.'- scorned the idea
    I ause, Yet I see no reason for not tryin it one last time,
    . >ure tm the third point. 1 don't know what legalisms
    Kl( i saying he will accept the Viel Cong at the negotiating
    ighl to sweep all legalisms aside when the substance
    h .ii Cl til
    M M
    The great unanswered question, which the protesters don't even
    seem lo have asked, is: what happens when the Vi"t Communists make
    beyond Ihe shadow of a doubt, that they don't intend to
    negotiati Ihe pacifists will want America to withdraw, and the open
    \ Cong supporters and sympathizers will want the same withdrawal
    .<
    J< ry is also in Red to add an ex
    tra "matzoh ol oppression" to the
    Seder service as a symbol of re
    membrance in behalf ol Russian
    lewry, the majority ol whom will
    be denied mat/oh at Im ir 190C
    ra--oxer oh i rvance
    The Sedr Service, whi:h this
    year will be read on Monday and
    Tuesday evenings, Apr. 4 and 5,
    as America'' five-and-a-half mil-
    lion Jews celebrate the Pass-
    over, tells the Biblical story of
    the hurried exodus from Egypt
    of the Jews under the leadership
    of Moses as they braved the
    desert in their desire for free-
    dom.
    An original art rendering by the Israeli-French artist, Nissan
    Engel, depicts the Marranos observing Passover in secret du-
    ring the Spanish Inquisiticn. This also serves as a remit,
    of the oppression of three-million Soviet Jews during the com-
    ing Passover season.
    tiens. on matters pertaining to the become invisible We shall be their
    elimination of injustices imposed y>cf;
    upon So\ iet Jewry, the Conferenci
    Followitin the
    (I,rent reasons. But what about the rest of the protest move- eight day Passover observance,
    ment,as typified by the sank committee which organized the march?
    Where "ill they go from there?
    It isn't enough to say. wait and see. One must have an idea of
    why what is happening is happening and a long-range view of how it
    might be changed. There isn't a thoughtful sensitive American who is
    nol saddened by a faraway bloody messy war that shows little pros-
    pecl of ending soon. The President has said he is "anguished" by the
    tipped up casualties. All of us are. There isn't a father or mother
    uho doesn't worry about sons their own sons or other people's sons
    Mho might have been theirs. Robert Shaplen. in what is easily the best
    ty. at which time resolution- will
    be adopted voicing protest of Sov-
    iet Russia's policies limiting Ihe
    religious and cultural liberties Ol
    Russian Jewry,
    Representing 24 national religi-
    Ihus tar on ihe Viet Nam war "The Lost Revolution" (Harper) Hai| the cradle of American liber-
    les the calendar of lost chances of building a democratic revolu-
    tion time that we have let slip through our fingers from the start,
    i- little glory in what has happened there, whether for the
    French, Americans, the Vietnamese or the Viet Cong, only a deep
    sing sadness. Hut that still leaves the question: what to do?
    * *
    I have three suggestions, not for action but as part of an analysis oils and secular Jewish orgatuza
    Ii ad to the right action.
    'lie i> that llo has stepped up the fighting now partly to make the
    'iirt for American opinion, partly because he is facing a
    crisis i in his own ranks, but mainly to wipe out the Viel Cong
    Ihe past months and restore the balance Of battle Only if
    h a balance soon will he dare to >it down at the negotiating
    table
    M> second suggestion goes to the question that is often asked: since
    will negotiate except from strength, what prospect is there
    i> will ever sit down together'.' The answer is to study how the
    War ended: when both sides were tired and when Malik gave
    Hie signal that the Russians were ready The Viet war is now entering
    its Korean phase of pitched battles from which neither side can
    comfort. Out of it may come the readiness ot both at the

    My third suggestion has to do with the key role of the Russians.
    liny arc tired of the war. of supporting the North Vietnamese end
    of it. ni trying to keep the Chinese from becoming the beneficiaries
    of it They are very tired of the Chinese, whom they have tried to
    appease by silence for a year, only to find that they cannot he appeased
    nd are determined to push their grand design of revolutionary lues
    everywhere. One reason. 1 suspect, why we do not bomb Hanoi and
    Haiphong is not our fear that the Chinese will enter the war (they
    *ould have to pay too heavily for it), but the fear that such havoc
    wrought in North Viet Nam might push Ho out from under his Russian
    lent, perhaps into Chinese arms.
    + *
    Thus the American problem is not only to end the war but to end
    " so thai Russia, rather than China, emerges as the force in North Viet
    Nam and the surrounding area. That is complex, but war is complex
    because hie is. l am left somewhat aghast at the naive thinking of
    ""in Of the protesters: they are sincere in wanting not just Viet peace
    WH world peace, but they"fail to understand that an American with
    drawal now will be exploited not by the Russians (who have a stake in
    stability) but by the expansionist Chinese, whose stake is in a
    'huh can onlv load to a more inclusive war.
    -:s the reading Oi the state-
    ment "when distributing the mat-
    zoh after the blessing over the
    matzoh." The r ader oi the Hag-
    gadah traditional Passover sen
    ice read with the Passover dinner
    is requested to litt a matzoh,
    conclusion of the set it aside, and saj
    "We set aside this 'lechem oni'
    this matzoh of oppression
    to remember the three-million
    Jews of the Soviet Union. Most
    of them cannot have matzoh on
    their Seder tables tonight. Con-
    ceive of Passover without mat-
    zoh without that visible re-
    minder of our flight from sla-
    very. Think of Soviet Jews!
    They cannot learn of their Jew-
    ish past and hand it down to
    their children. They cannot
    learn the language of their
    fathers and hand down to their
    children They car.not teach
    their children to be their teach-
    ers, their rabbis.
    "They can only sit in silence and
    the American Jewish Conference
    on Soviet Jewry is holding a two-
    day national leadership conference
    in Philadelphia on Sunday and
    Monday. Apr. 17 and 18. at which
    leading American public figures of
    all faiths will meet to protest the
    continued injustices and discrim-
    inations imposed upon Soviet
    Jewry. The Conference will con-
    clude it.- session in Independence
    joined by thousands of men ol con-
    science aroi sed by the Injustice
    imposed on Soviet .lews Then shall
    they know that they have not been
    forgotti n. ami they that sit in
    darkness shall yet see a great
    light."
    A million copies of the "Matzoh
    of Oppression" statement have
    been printed by the American Jew -
    ish Conference on Soviet Jewry
    and they are being distributed by-
    he Conference, by the 24 national
    Jewish organizations that com-
    prise the Conference, and the 78
    local Jewish community councils
    in major American cities affiliated
    with the National Community Re-
    lations Advisory Council.
    Deborah Chapter /Meeting
    Deborah Chapter of North lade
    meeting was a luncheon
    and card party held last week
    at the Bud Dickey Club House
    3i01 No. Miami Beach Blvd. Prin-
    cipal speaker was Dr. Harry
    Permesley. Mrs Shirley Levine ia
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    vjewisti Fk>rklkir
    Friday, March 25, 1968
    Servicemen Mark Passover Holiday
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK The largest num
    , Passover in Vietnam and at more Many of these men became
    than 600 other overseas and state' members of the Armed Forces
    side U.S. military installations i since the recent military build up
    Slue U.O. Ill I I 1 l d l > iiiaiaiiuw.'|- ---- ------- \>:a*
    tx of American Jews in uniform tmougn arrangements made by ; resulting from the fighting in Viei-
    ( ce the signing of the 1953 the National Jewish Welfare Board, nam and will be spending their
    first Passover away from home.
    Passover, the worlds oldest
    festival of freedom, begins this
    year at sundown Monday, Apr. 4.
    JWB is also making it pos-
    sible for the wives and children
    of married Jewish GIs as well as
    fcr men aboard Naval vessels
    and troop transports, those as-
    signed to missile bases and
    tracking stations and patients in
    Veterans Administration hos-
    pitals in the United States to
    observe the ei3ht-day festival.
    Chaplain Alan M. Greenspan.
    reeently assigned to the U.S. Mili-
    tary Command In Vietnam, arrived
    in Saigon a I w weeks before Pass-
    over, replacing Chaplain Richard
    E. Dryer, who is being transferred
    to Germany. Chaplain Greenspan
    and the two other Jewish cnaplains
    now serving in Vietnam, chaplain
    Robert L. Reiner and Chaplain
    American Jewish military community of Korea
    i busily involved with religious, moral and
    i zcial activities, as shown by the photcgraph-
    :r reports received by the National Jewish-
    Welfare Board Commission on Jewish Chap-
    Jaincy, which provides Jewish chaplains with
    religious materials and supplies. Top left is
    Chaplain Seymour Moskowitz, senior Jewish
    chaplain of Headquarters I Corps, Ouijongbu,
    checking to see that two young members of
    the Jewish congregation of Seoul have prop-
    erly placed the tephillin on their arms and
    .-.eads. Top right is Chaplain Moskowitz con-
    ducting a character guidance instruction
    ciuss ior Korean soldiers, bottom left are Pic.
    jeicme Lazar. ot ncgeis tu;K, oaicauo, typing
    a letter in Yiddish to a New York GI's grand-
    mother, as Pvt. Richard Dudniek ot t;ui. *.
    Calif., looks on. Bottom right shows an infor-
    mal get-togetner in the Jewish Chapel Center
    of Harry Katzman. associate USO airector in
    Seoul; Seoul Jewish Chaplain Saul Parker;
    Mrs. Katzman, a volunteer cook and baker
    for the Jewish Chapel Center; and Qf"i 1
    Moskowitz, with Karma Katzman on his shoul-
    ders.
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    Passover services (Sedarimi for the
    growing number of Jewish military
    personnel in that area.
    Through Army cooperation, all
    of the Jewish servicemen from n
    Corps, including men from tin-
    First Cavalry Division, the 25th
    Infantry Division and the 101
    Airborne Division, will be brought
    to Nha Trang. Vietnam, for Pass'
    ever observances in the USO. The
    waitresses. KI's and cooks will be
    Vietnamese.
    fhnplnin Schreiner, in a report
    to the JWB Commission on Jew
    Chaplaincy, noting that "Pass
    .....^ .o aiways a major project,
    especially in countries like Viel
    nam." said "Ours in Nha Trai
    will be no exception."
    Chaplain Reiner, in his appraisa
    of the importance of holidays
    1'assover to men under combal
    conditions, reported that "sii
    these holidays are tratlii;
    celebrated within the famil]
    lincss is inevitable, leading i
    '.!> more closely wi:
    Continued on Following Page
    REMEMBER
    The memories of Passovers gone by-the search and sale of the ChoMtz-Grandpa
    coking around the kitchen.making the horseradish and theChoraches-putting on n.e
    new suit of clothes and shoes-pockets lull of hazel nuts-and alm0.ndan-tously
    waiting for the Seder to start-Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always We-the *w.e
    family together-Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair oesioe
    rum-Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke my queen, he
    called her-the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah and the answer given
    with Grandpas voice ringing out over all-lhe first hall of the HagHah almost over-
    even the bitter herbs tasted so good Passover it was always "strong -all were com-
    pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt waier-au
    tlien the meal-nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Granflma-we ate-ana
    ate and then the "Benchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more tups o'
    w.ne-and the opening ol the door-and the stones of ho* in the old country someone
    frightened the whole family by appearing at that door-but best of all the M
    which the second half of the Hagadah abound-and the feeling of diowsiness-tonu.ii-
    ment-and the thought tiiat tomorrow the same thing once more........
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    Friday, March 25. 1966
    t'Jtnisii HorkKtMi
    Page 5-Z
    Passover for GFs
    by 323 full and part-lime Jewish Jews in the U.S. Armed Forces
    cnaplains, regional JWB consul- and in VA hospitals.
    lants, community Armed Services,
    New York United Jewish Apr. -
    and of hundreds of Jewish Fedt .
    tions and Welfare Funds outsid-
    and a beneficiary of the Greater ica.
    Continued from Preceding Page
    ceremonials representative ol la-
    milj and community. '
    Two Jewish chaplains will fly
    to military bases in the North
    and Scum Atlantic on special
    Pasiover missions. Chaplain Al-
    len S. Kaplan, of Otfutt Air Force
    Bas, Neb., will conduct Pass-
    over services in the Azores and
    Bermuda. Chaplain Berry D.
    Schwartz, stationed at Westover
    Air Forco Bast, Mat*., will pre-
    side at Passover services at ,
    Goose Bay, Labrador, and Har- |
    mon Air Force Base, Newfound-
    land
    Through arrangements made
    bj JWB's Commission on Jewish
    i haplaincy, Kabul Uarucii Brown-,
    stein of San Francisco will ofticiate '
    at Sedarim for trainees at Fort!
    i
    oid. Calif., to which no regular
    Jewish chaplain is presently as-
    -igned. Because of military exigen-
    cies, the trainees will not be
    .: nutted to leave Fort Ord during
    the Passover festival.
    s
    Jewish Army and Air Force
    c!...,^.i.i.s u.u conduct Passover
    i > . i.i Aiwaia. 'l' ii r key;
    I I' .. Orl a,nj and Veraun
    .....- .......a. iialy; and n, tik.
    iuii, ii ... i.a.iiMe.n. tvaiser-
    .....,.. ii, .,.,,-,i anu >tuu
    v-i.1 inuii... ijc cciamii win be
    LonuuiteU in oiticeis cluos and
    "' nails Military
    11. o....,-( anu their tamilies from
    uauying a...,. v.,n be accommo-
    ui teu in iiiiiitaij notels and Iran-
    sum bdleis I'.i tacuilate their at-
    tenoance at the Passover services
    .H-v. ..I uiap.ains will also oxfi-
    ciaie at Passover services in
    iWca, .i.i, ,ii UKinawa, the Philip-
    pines, i..i..a.i. Panama Canal /.one
    Bnd .ujsh.i. ji rvisti (its trained t>y
    chaplains will lead the services in
    (mi nland and Spain.
    r&ssover services on base, in
    synagogues, Jewish Community
    v-i'iuns anu other community fact-
    i.l.e, iioine hospitality, and. at
    many installations, special Pas-
    ovei meais tor tne entire eight
    uay& Oi ini holiday have been
    organized in tne United States
    ai.u at some 70 overseas points
    ml Veterans Committees and JWB is a member agency of ISO \,ew York and throughout An
    lev 1-n Communitj Centi i -
    JWB's Women's Organizations'
    Services has shipped special
    packets of holiday foods (Solo
    Seders) and literature for Jewish
    lervicamin stationed in Viet-
    nam, tit all isolated areas
    throughout the world and at
    tratejic posts where men can-
    not be granted leave for parti-
    cipation in regular Passover
    observances.
    UTTERS TO THE EDITOR
    Circumcision As
    A Religious Rite
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    The rite of Milan is intended to
    incline the soul and mind of the
    child to his faith through the cov-
    enant of Abraham. The brit glori-
    fies spiritual beauty.
    Jewish parents do not question
    the need of circumcision when
    r their new "bundle from heaven"
    < is a boy. There are figures to
    prove that in the United States
    more than 92 percent of all males
    are circumcised. However, it is
    only among the Jews that circum-
    cision is regarded as a wholy re-
    ligious rite, a sign of the covenant
    between Cod and man. Just being
    circumcised is not the answer: it
    must he with Jewish knowledge
    ;tm\ ritual. The combination of
    lb. i- required.
    Only the Mohel can perform
    this ceremony in accordance with
    laws and custom. For what is Jew-
    sh life hut memory, culture, and
    itual observance of Jewish laws
    and doetlines the forces which
    i and insure the survival of
    the Jewish family? In biblical, tal
    mudic and rabbinic law, circumci-
    sion is recognized as the basic and
    most ancient tradition.
    Unfortunately, many of the
    younger parents of today- do not
    understand that when a surgeon
    performs a circumcision, it is not
    a ritual circumcision but just a
    form of surgery'- No one is more
    capable in performance of circum-
    cision than the expert Mohel, for
    where the physician perlorms the
    rite as an adjunct of his practice,
    the Mohel is a true specialist in
    his field.
    The Mohel represents Jewish lit.
    ual spiritualized and Judaized.
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    North Miami Beach
    Jewish War Veteran Ladies Auxi-
    liaries and B'nai l'.'rith chapters in
    the metropolitan New York area
    actively cbofBraled In the Solr>'
    jedcr program,
    In addition. JWB's women's
    group has provided trays of dried
    and candied holiday kosher fruit
    and tins ot macaroons to serve as|
    desert at Sedarim around the|
    . lore. ANo included in its Pass-
    over planning are a number of
    American Jewish civilians on Peace
    Corp assignments in Nepal, Tan-
    zania. Tunisia. Pakistan. Liberia:
    and Turkey and with a State Dc- i
    partment mission in India.
    M imi t h s ago, JW shipped to
    Jewi.-h chaplains around the world
    supplies oi Passover religious reli-
    gious literature. Ilaggadahs and
    quantities of mat/nth. wine and
    canned kosher Passover foods.
    Jewish patients in VA hospitals will
    no participate in Passover obcr-
    svance conducted by chaplains. In
    some hospitals, recording ol the
    Passover service will be brought
    IC the patients' besides by means
    if ihe hopital's public address
    sj stem.
    JWB is the agency authorized
    by the U.S. Department of De-
    fense to meet the religious, edu-
    cational and welfare needs of
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    Jewish housewives who have under the special Kosher toi
    to depend on Planters Peanut over label,
    tuch 01 their cooking
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    iroducl d ssover.
    Planters Peanut Oil is certified
    kosher and parve tor Passover, so
    you never have to be without this
    deliciously light, poly-unsaturated
    oil.
    Here is a last) recipe tor you to
    trj during the Passover holidays:
    Bake 'n Brown Potatoes
    tatoes
    2 I cup Planters Peanut Oil
    2 tea as salt
    . bite pepper
    serve them with (
    enjoy them often during Pesacl
    You'll lik'.' them as a convt
    ready-to-eal snack, refish or des
    sert, with both moat anil
    meals, as an accompaniment to
    awake, at the table, fill their four
    "glasses of wine" with Hott's
    Kosher for Passover Apple Juice
    mixed with cherry soda, if you
    v an; to add color.
    Passover Prune
    Upside-Down Cake
    Sunsweet Cooked
    Prunes
    B i __. u part
    l CU| -
    lemon juice
    1 tablespoon grated lemon rind
    12-
    . cup mazto cake meal
    Dr.,.: s, remove pits
    i..> on paper towels to drain, Re-
    serve the juice Oil the bottom of
    a pinch spring-fi rm tube pan, and
    .t-ais. ., ""'-""-"* .frHne with waxed paper Arrange the
    matzo met pancakes and mat^ ,_. Bea,
    their own sweet sake and the saki "... ..,...,. ,.....* "?. .
    of your gooa health, at brei
    tut i heon oi dinner.
    Here's a new recipe that uses
    Sunsweet Cooked Prunes to add
    modern glamor to the traditional
    spongecake and no one will
    know if you make it still easier
    on yourself by using a Passover
    at es and cut i in- Spongecake mix to make the *
    - i Pour l 3 cup Plan-
    into each of two shallow
    - Arrange layer of po-
    slict in each pan. turnii
    - to coat both sides with oil.
    hot o\ en 450 degrees
    about 25 minutes or until golden
    Pram, season and serve
    6 hearty help:
    Sunsweet Prunes
    Want to add variety and interest
    to Passover meals' It's easy. Just
    open a jar of Sunsweet Cooked
    Prunes plump and tart-sweet, es-
    pt dally packed for Passover. One
    Ste, and you'll think of dozens
    of ways to give your holiday week
    meals extra flavor with prunes.
    Mott'S packs Sunsweet Cooked
    Prunes and Prune Juice, and Mott's
    Apple Juice and Applesauce, too.
    in honor of Passover, all under
    strict rabbinical supervision.
    For years, this old-time com-
    caKe, intead of baking it from
    tch The prunes make the dif-
    ference they transform the
    i cake into a moist and fla-
    vorful dessert you'll be proud to
    serve, even at the Seder And
    its the kind of dessert the family-
    will ask for when Passover is lone
    oi er.
    Even if you decide to make a
    spongecake the old-fashioned way,
    by our recipe or your mothers,
    this dessert i no time-taker to
    make. The prunes are ready to
    use. of course Just slip out fle
    pits. The juice is thickened with
    a little potato starch iu maKC a
    delicious .-auce. And if you like,
    you can add an extra flourish.
    Stand a stemmed sherbet dish in
    the center of the cake and fill it
    with frosting a light "buttery"
    mixture you can make with
    kosher, parve margarine.
    Here's another tip from Mott's
    thick. Gradually beat in sugar, le-
    mon juice and rind, and lit
    Gently told in cake meal, mixing
    thoroughly but lightly Beat egg
    whites stitf but not dry with a
    dash of salt and fold in. Pour bat-
    gently ever prunes in par
    Bake in moderate oven (350 de-
    grees F about 40 minutes, until
    !.. cake is browned and firm to
    the touch. Remove the sides of the
    pan and cool cake well. Invert
    ., cake plate, lift off bottom of pan.
    and carefully strip off waxed pap-
    . Spoon the Prune Sauce, below,
    o\er the fruit. If desired, stand a
    stemmed glass In the center of the
    and till with Orange Flower
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    Sunsweet Cooked Prunes
    2 teaspoons potato starch
    1 4 cup sugar
    1 teaspoon lemon rind
    1 tablespoon lemon juice
    Stir 1 4 cup juice with the
    tato starch in small saucepan.
    Add remaining ingredients. Sim-
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    4 tablespoons Parve Kosher
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    Hou does a Jewish cowboy ci
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    C.000 years a-
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    i verything from soup to nosh:
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    fJewisti ttwidtori
    Page 7-C
    *l5onn Acknowledges Special Ties
    Mr. Eban reported that progress Specific sums for German aid to
    has been made in the discussions Israel, the Foreign Minister -aid.
    Ion Irael's demand that Bonn pro had not as -vet been bussed,
    .IKRUSALEM (JTA' West economic aid to Israel opened in the first phase of these talks re-|V'(l? /'^'^'"r .in .''nrnL^" The'question'' in lhe ncxt ,alks
    such aid to specific projects. The'
    The Cabinet authorized Prim
    Germany has fully acknowledged Bonn last week, Foreign Minister turned here last weekend, and Germans had'objected to that re-
    (he special significance" of its re-' Abba Kban reported here at further conference of the teams re- "quest, insisting that such aid must Minister Levi Eshkol. Finance Min
    lalions with Israel, when the Iracli- the weekly meeting of the Israel presenting both governments are not be used for armament acquisi- is,PI] I'inhas Sapir and Mr. Fl>an
    German talk on Bonn's promised Cabinet. The Israel delegation to to be held next month.
    tion purposes.
    to give further study to the reports.
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    JmJ** n^'-Sdliar
    Friday. March 25. 1966
    Israel Disappointed at UN Stand
    UNITED NATIONS(JTA) Is-
    iLtl voted this week with the vast
    majority of the United Nations,
    when the General Assembly's So-
    cial. Humanitarian and Cultural
    Co-Timittee adopted unanimously a
    ' tl draft of a Convention on the
    Elimination of all forms of Racial
    Discrimination but expressed dis-
    appointment over the fact that the
    document failed to include speci-
    fically a condemnation of anti-
    Semitism.
    Judge Hadassah Ben-Ito. Israel's
    Report to Cabinet
    Tells Market Failure
    .ERUSALEM (JTA) Corn-
    er Minister Haim Zadok re-
    pened to Israel's Parliament last
    \ tek on the failure of his efforts
    ; : those of Agriculture Minister
    lem Gvati to induce the Eu-
    t-an Common Market to rescind
    i: .emulation which would raise the
    consumer price for Israeli oranges
    in the six Euromart countries by
    20 percent.
    ."he "minimum reference price"
    tvh went into effect this week at
    -. behest of Italy, a Euromart
    irember which also sells oranges
    il ne Euromart countries.
    Th two Cabinet Ministers to-
    il'her visited all of tht Euro-
    art countries last week in their
    futile effort to win a cancella-
    lon of the "reference price" de-
    c iion. Mr. Zadok warned, in his
    Knesset report, that interna-
    t'onal trade was a two-way prop-
    ciifion, a fact of which the Eu-
    ropean countries should take
    r:te. Israel currently is import-
    -j three times as much from
    E rope as it is exporting.
    ie Council oi Ministers of the
    an Economic Community
    in Brussels this week to al-
    the recint decision of the EEC '
    imission providing for mini-
    n reference prices on citrus
    ' it imported into Common Mar-
    countries, to go into effect.
    M the same time, the Council
    ' .ded to leave the door open for
    nsideration of the entire is-
    which threatens Israel's
    .ige exports to these countries
    kr.ause of compensatory taxes
    i ,ed at raising prices to a level
    f ..ier than Italian oranges.
    While permitting the Commis-
    s ruling to take effect, the \
    Cv.,ncil's decision authorized the
    Commission and the Special Com- j
    tee for Agriculture to present ,
    .re Jan. 31. proposals for an |
    i -rnate solution to the problem
    o citrus imports into the Common
    rket countries which would give
    - consideration to the effect on
    system on trade with countries
    idc the EEC.
    The decision, while imple-
    ~enting the ruling providing
    h unpredictable compensatory
    Temple Judea
    FTY Returns
    From Retreat
    v members of the Temple
    ,i Federation of Temple Youth
    i returned from a three-day re-
    :! held al the Circle F Dude
    .: ich in Lake Wales, Fla,
    ie themi of the Mar. n to 13
    it was The Study ol God and
    i's Relation to Him." Seminars
    .e led by Rabbi Morris A. Kip-
    of Temple Judea; and Herzl
    or and .lack Rabin, chape-
    ctivities included a perform-
    e of Archibald MacLeish's play.
    ;; concerning the theme of
    weekend and based on the
    ok of Job
    eligioUS services were held
    . oughout the weekend, said Jef-
    y Apple, chairman,
    like Rose serves as president
    TJFTY Jack Rabin is the
    nip's adviser.
    taxes on imported citrus, opens
    the way to some new approach
    to the protection of Italian
    orange producers which would
    not affect the traditional trade
    channels of non-member coun-
    tries.
    Israeli orange producers must
    now await the first test cases of
    the price differential and the at-
    titude of EEC officials on the en-
    forcement of the compensatory
    taxes, before the precise effect of
    the system on Israeli trade is
    known.
    representative in the Committee
    congratulated the 117-member
    body. However, she told the Com-
    mittee, "we were disappointed by
    the exclusion of any specific men-
    tion of the phenomenon of anti-
    Semitism in this convention and
    by the fact that the amendment
    submitted to the Committee on
    this subject was not even put to
    the vote."
    In a plenary session of the
    General Assembly, Israel voted
    also in favor of imposition of
    economic sanctions against
    South Africa because of the lat-
    ter country's policy of apartheid.
    1 The vote on the resolution was
    ; 80 in favor, including Israel,
    with Portugal and South Africa
    against and 16 abstentions.
    Israel joined the majority also
    i in voting in favor of a companion
    | resolution, authorizing the estab-
    lishment of a trust fund to aid suf-
    ferers from the apartheid policy.
    On this resolution. 95 members
    voted in favor, with only South
    ' Africa in the negative and with
    ! Portugal abstaining.
    The General Assembly's Social,
    Humanitarian and Cultural Com-
    mittee postponed this week for a
    year action on a proposal that
    the United Nations establish a
    new office, to be called the High
    Commissioner for Human Rights,
    who would oversee implementa-
    tion of all human rights obligations
    among member states. The com-
    mittee voted 67-0, with 10 absten-
    tions, to forward the proposal to
    the U.N. Commission on Human
    Rights, with a request that the
    Commission report on the sugges-
    ; tion at next year's session of the
    | General Assembly.
    The proposal was first made by-
    Jacob Blaustein, honorary presi-
    ; dent of the American Jewish Com-
    I mittee and former member of the
    ; United States delegation to the
    ; Assembly. Later, it was endorsed
    , publicly by Ambassador Arthur J.
    : Goldberg, head of the U.S. dele-
    gation here.
    Mr. Blaustein said: "While the
    absence of any negative vote is
    rea>on for us to be very pleased,
    this should not be taker, as an in-
    dication that the proposal will have
    j smooth sailing in the future. Our
    nain task lies ahead."
    URBAN LEAGUE REPORTS- ^
    $49,361 Grant
    To Establish
    Project 'Enable1
    A $49,361 federal anti-povern
    grant to establish Project "En-
    able," a parent education progran-
    in Dade County, has been announ
    eed by Frank K. Sloan, director
    of the Atlanta Regional Office
    Office of Economic Opportunity,
    Program, Inc.
    Mrs. Louis Glasser. president ot
    the National Urban League, a joint
    sponsor of "Enable," said that po\
    erty and employment affects th.
    whole family that must go to work
    Project "Enable" is a program
    aimed at stopping the problems ol
    the disintegrating family in disad
    vantaged neighborhoods.
    "Enable" stands for "Education
    and Neighborhood Action for Bet-
    ter Living Effort."
    The program also provides for
    the training of professional social
    workers in voluntary -family ser ^
    vice agencies to handle problem-
    of low-income families.
    The new program is designed tr
    help those in need, said Leu \
    Adderly, project director.

    r.

    '
    A doth Yeshurun Plans Seders
    (ommunity Seders will be held
    Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025
    J< Z. Miami Gardens Dr., Monday
    i 1 Tuesday evenings, April 4 and
    E with Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
    <. ducting the services.
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    Chase &. Sanborn's great
    blend of the world's finest
    coffees brings you extra flavor,
    extra aroma. It's heftier coffee,
    kreftiger coffee. And it's
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    So serve it with pleasure this
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    Friday March 25. 1966
    fJewisti fkridHinn
    Paqe^C
    o
    Labor Committee Hits Federal Study
    Hand c: oppression and hope
    depicts the fourth Matzoth
    stressec by the American
    Jewish Conference on Soviet
    Jewry :o dramatize the plight
    of three-million Jews in the
    Soviet Union during the com-
    ing Pcssover Seder. The art
    render.ng is by the Israeli-
    French artist, Nissan Engel.
    (See s-.cry. Page 3-C.)
    I
    NEW YORK (JTA> The
    failure of the Federal Equal Em-
    ployment Opportunity Commission
    to include Jewish workers among
    the minority groups whose job
    status is being studied to deter-
    mine fair employment patterns,
    was scored here by the Jewish La-
    bor Committee.
    Taking note of the pewly issued
    "Equal Employment Opportunity
    Employer Information Report
    EEO-1." Adolph Held, national
    president of the Jewish Labor Com-
    mittee, said the questionnaire
    seeks to determine statistics only
    in regard to Negro, Oriental,
    American Indian and Spanish
    American workers, despite the re-
    presentations that Jews be in-
    cluded made by the JLC to the
    Commission at its hearing in Wash-
    ington on Dec. 16.
    "This action is particularly
    dumbfounding," said Mr. Held,
    "in view of the statement by the
    Commission on the first page of
    its form that: 'The information
    requested in this report will en-
    able us better to meet that re-
    sponsibility and to do our part
    in assuring that ability alone
    rather than such irrelevant con-
    siderations as race, color, reli-
    gion, sex or national origin
    provides the standard by which
    every American worker is
    indeed.'
    "The best available research ful-
    l<- siit^nnrts the assertion that dis-
    crimination against Jews con-
    tinues in our major centers of Jew-
    ish population in white collar, te-
    chnical, administrative, executive
    and professional employment."
    Mr. Held continued. "Thus the
    failure to include Jewish workers
    among the minority groups whose
    employment status is being sur-
    veyed by the EBOC is a failure
    we protest strongly.
    "The omission is rendered even
    more objectionable by the Com-
    mission's own implied recognition
    of the fact tnai the irrelevant con-
    sideration of religion does enter
    into employment opportunity. The
    Jewish Labor Committee urges th<*
    Commission to move immediately
    I to correct this serious omission ia
    jits employer survey form."
    B'nai BVith Building Sets Policy
    Israel Bars
    Entry To
    LcgaPEye'
    IV (JTA) An Al-
    irney who came to Israel ^
    i to appvar at the cur-
    of ;in Arab terrorist was
    f] <>f Israel this week on
    airliner which brought
    him to Israel the previous day.
    An tli Foreign Ministry
    said that Jacques
    \ .iId not be considered as
    li.iiin- .n impelled because he
    entered Israel "official-
    1} Tin -nokesman added that all
    French objects must obtain a visa
    on an, ,i and that the attorney
    win not -ranted one when he ar-
    rived on a flight from Zurich.
    The .vorney, a bitter critic of
    Israel, ad indicated previously
    hi was illing to serve as defense
    t Mahmoud Hejazi, an
    Arat i i'rator who was captured
    in a elath with an Israeli patrol
    muary, 1965
    Hejaz was sentenced to death
    by a military tribunal but re-
    ceived i new trial on grounds he
    had nc- been allowed a free
    choice of attorneys. He was
    given i court-appointed attor-
    ney. Hcvever, he declined to co-
    operate with him and said that
    he wo. i conduct his own de-
    fense.
    I. Verges arrived he was
    ilice officials who told
    ould not be allowed to
    i and tliat he would
    . toon a- he fin-
    .ening meal. He remain-
    guard until the airliner
    I an o depart He was then
    the airliner
    rian attorney had been
    'undesirable" and was
    i nterlng Israel for re-
    lie statements that Is-
    ha io right to exist and for
    ich ilifying Israel's legal in-
    itutions according to the For-
    istrj spokesman. The
    said that the action
    laken against the attorney was in
    1 [an with a paragraph of
    Israel's Law of Entry which pro-
    ' the Interior Minister
    may order removal of any person
    who enters Israel and is found not
    entitled to do so.
    lire Co. in Conference
    Norton Pallot. president of Nor-
    ton Tire Company, and Vice Pres-
    ident H<. ward Katzen were in
    Akron, 04, recently to confer with
    B F. Goodrich officials on the de-
    ^sign of the tire company's new
    main store to be built next month.
    NEW YORK (JTA) B'nai
    B'rith acted this week to resolve
    the controversy over the use of the
    B'nai B'rith building in Tel Aviv
    for non-Orthodox religions pur-
    poses. The B'nai B'rith Interna-
    tional Council, at its executive
    committee meeting here, asked
    that the 11-member management
    board of the building maintain "in
    practice" the organization's tradi-
    tional acceptance of all religious
    options in Judaism.
    The action was taken in a re-
    solution that reaffirmed B'nai
    B'rith "historic commitment to
    the principles of freedom of rcli
    gion and religious equality." This
    resolution also noted "with ap-
    proval" the Israel Cabinet's
    unanimous declaration last month
    that "every person in Israel is en-
    titled to pray wherever he wishes
    and in the manner he wishes."
    The issue erupted in late Janu-
    ary when the organizers of Tel
    Aviv's first Reform congregation
    complained publicly that their
    request to rent the building for
    Sabbath worship had been turn-
    ed down. The congregation held
    its first Sabbath service in the
    building.
    Dr. William A. Wexlcr. president
    of B'nai -B'rith disclosed that "the
    building manager, unmindful of a
    house rule which precluded its uss
    for Sabbath worship, had accepted,
    the Reform congregation's request
    for a one-time Friday evening ren-
    tal. The house rule." he said, "had
    been instituted following use of tin
    building for services by an Ortho-
    dox group."
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    Friday, March 25. 1986
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    =
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Labor in the Vineyard of the Lord
    By DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
    Beth Torah Congregation
    Rabbi Arthur Uertzberg's ar-
    ticle in the .Midstream Issue,
    entitled "Changing American
    I Rabbinate." has evoked
    many discus-
    sions It is not
    mj intention,
    in a brief ar-
    ticle, to en-
    gage in a pol-
    emic with
    him A few re-
    marks, h o \v-
    ever, will re
    fleet my think
    ing.
    D r Hertz-
    berg wrote
    that there is
    no rabbi today
    who has reached the imposing
    ' stature of Silver. Goldstein, and
    Wise. In truth, what is the func-
    tion af the rabbi? Is it to be-
    come a political spokesman of
    his people? is the rabbi neces-
    sarily great because he becomes
    internationally renowned? No
    man is great simply because he
    commands the attention of the
    entire Jewish community. Many
    Dr. Lipschitz
    are the scholars who have never
    gained real prominence in Jew-
    ish communal affairs.
    But this is not the task of the
    scholar, especially the "talmid
    chacham." whose purpose it is
    "to translate Jewish law and
    tradition, and to stand witness
    to it."
    Tired Men
    Rabbi Hert/berg further
    states that the rabbi "is busy-
    as an institutional executive.
    Busy and tired men,"' he adds,
    who are running to keep up
    with what is immediately be-
    fore them, do not make major
    revolutions."
    1 must attest to the truth of
    that accusation. The rabbi's pri-
    mary function should be to
    teach, preach, visit the sick and
    infirm, comfort the bereaved,
    and give spiritual strength; not
    to be an administrator, after-
    dinner speaker, a political ana-
    lyst, book and film critic.
    However, if a rabbi succeeds
    in confirming the faith of his
    congregants in God, Torah. and
    inspires them to lead meaning-
    ful and ethical lives, he need not
    necessarily make "major revo-
    lutions"
    His task is how to influence
    people and make friends foi
    God and all sacred causes, such
    as educational instutions. the
    Combined Jewish Appeal. Israel.
    etc.
    He may make no major revo
    lutions, but if he preaches
    against the current by advoca-
    ting a religious discipline which
    demands daily restraints a'"' a
    greater sense of integrity, then
    he is successful.
    Two Choices
    The Rabbi has two choices-
    to carry these tasks out with
    principle and conviction on the
    one hand, or to forgo these
    ideals and to become popular
    Perhaps he can become popular,
    not through compromise, but
    because of his eouanimitv. The
    congregation will develop a
    sense ot respect because he
    stands witness to a way of life
    in which his congregation truly
    believes. Greater than the thrill
    of a politician who wins an
    election landslide, is the thrill
    of a rabbi who wins a congrega
    tion to greater religious piety.
    So forgive me, Rabbi Hertz
    berg, for every rabbi who has
    not reached great eminence
    and political stature, for I can
    name many rabbis who are
    striving to reach the religious
    and scholarly stature of a So-
    loveitchik, Belkin. Finkelstein.
    Lieberman, l.eo Baeck. or Harav
    Cook.
    Forgive me, Rabbi Hertzberg,
    for every rabbi who acts as
    executive and administrator,
    there are others who also teach
    and preach the word of God.
    They may not affect thousands,
    but certainly touch the souls of
    many in his task as teacher,
    preacher, spiritual mentor, and
    counselor.
    Working Together
    Surely the American rabbin-
    ate has changed and so has the
    Jew in his needs, so has the
    Jewish communitv. and with it
    the complexion of all America.
    It is therefore incumbent upon
    both the Jew and his rabbi who
    must labor together in the Vine-
    yard of the Lord, so that we
    remain the Kingdom of Priests
    and the Holy People.
    9a//
    igioiiS
    s<
    ervices
    CUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy Hunl.
    5305 Collins An. Orthodox.
    Iilaj j::ln.|i.m. Satin Ua} Km Mln-ll
    ,i j lu p.in
    --------
    .HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- fl
    TION. 983 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox. j
    Cantor Morris Barr.
    -----a-----
    GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. !
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
    ----
    - NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. j
    Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz. 1
    president.
    ----
    IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
    servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Ca-itor
    William W. Lioson.
    ,lai :!." p."' S i inon "I" ">e Ian
    . iu,. n lurni ii J< > and World
    Widening I* Mlu> n: Hot-
    .,,.,.' ,i .mi r i.l Mr. and Mrs Ed-
    .,. ,i ciicbi-rg Sal ui ilaj 9 >
    ..ii. "Tin- Tumi! l.t------" I'-"' Mlta-
    . ili: Jow "Ii. -.....f I < hi. I Sh Ii ti
    till .'.....
    CANDLELIGHTING TIME
    4 Nisan 6:15 p.m.
    WMMftfi
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    Fi-liiii.v i; i' in Saturdnj h m Mlm-ha
    in
    :ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave.
    dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
    |,ln> ii:l.'i p.hi. Sattinla.v *:!W < '"
    - i in. ii I'll. \..i,. in Hi. Wllilei .
    \l ii< ha p.m.
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
    L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
    da) ". 3 in,I VI". I'.in. S.i-iin.n:
    Whni -i Month i" Be*ln." Ones
    Ortho s' "'"' ''*' S*r' '""' M,s S:l1"-
    u,i rtnvx in honor ot their grand -
    .1 'ir-ln. i Saturil I n.n
    "Tlii- Touh I. U Breavh "i
    riii-i
    jETH ISRAEL. 770 *0th St. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
    Ida} i 2ii i'.in. i a.m. Ber-
    lin S.i. r. .1 S:n I Hi'' *,
    EETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave ,
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. ;
    EETH KODE-SH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Arl.
    rldn} K:lTi p.m. Permon: "W* Mtlat
    - ,. i if...- Toda.} si", s, iniini'ir. con-
    . -,-uaiion pi-ciii'ni, "ill nartlclpate In
    - late l i lila} r> Ii Mr. .and Mra.
    u ill 1i..m the Uneg
    - labbat. Saturda} 15 a.m. Sermon:
    . i 'i.ii. .ii Hand."
    EETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
    13630 W. Dixie Hvy. Conservative.
    Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
    Seymour Hlnkes.
    IETH RAPHAEL
    Ave. Conservative.
    Breeh.
    1545 Jefferson
    Cantor Saul H.
    > ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.

    EETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
    lay >i and vi.". |i.m .- rmon: "A
    . ., f, i'.. u. i- i ndi I nlly
    ,1 j.., i:. i nor < '^n r..-r,-lic-
    . nixi I la* Mill .'li Sumli a,
    and AH- Mori Mr*
    , >.,- ., : in Urn Mltsvah
    Mr and Mr*
    ii linrth; U-th Mi '
    laffe. Mini : m

    I NAI RAPHAEL -401 NW 183rd St.
    Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack Lerner.
    'lull--
    -
    |l in

    '-JBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
    AMI. 1242 Washington A/e. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencv.eig.
    F -AGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enfeld. r.inlnr George Goldberg.
    - r. i, in Si i on "Portion
    \\ U i in- u Sh .l.u.il
    Mj ..ii Ml Id '; 'I. ni -.-
    morlna birthday* erf ilauvrhter* Mad-
    in IB, .ii.il I...I- .: Kattmlu)
    .,1 i ii.i S '." p in
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
    Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
    ---- ----
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    ---- -
    LUBAVITCHER MINYAN. 800 Wash
    ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
    ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
    ----
    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
    3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ---- ----
    OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineat Weber.
    man.
    Satin di i 'ii Sermon: "The Call
    | to Paorlfle* A Mild One." Mine ha
    '.in
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    Prldi > mtnehu ; m Batu '
    a m, s'. i m.iii. "The l."i 'I Called i"
    Mi Be* "
    ---- ----
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
    E. Caplan.
    Vi and K:15 p.m. Bermon:
    .mi of Rellirlon A ilui'l' |i"si
    to I ..!. .'; H .1 III S- : -
    ppatins for Paaaover." Mtn-
    , hn I' m.
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel H. Stone.
    Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
    :l."i p.ni, Sei iii"ii: "Mow fnn
    .\'.- n. ihi i. nmunlt} In
    the I'KMH v 13 a ni illn-
    .- h] l} Mi and
    M i Id (ii
    e
    rEVPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
    Kyrr.
    n. Si rmon ilreat
    ; .-
    i la \i lavii li
    ' Mr .'iinl .\l i... Mini i ' I
    iz, nh I ..mi i. datighti i ol Ml
    ..ml Air* Hnrve} vii-l
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22nd Avt. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
    ----
    TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph 2.
    Glixman.
    l'riil.n :.:i:. and 8:13 ion. Mr. anil
    Mr* Munr) Halpern and Mr, and Mra.
    imwiii.i Qutnuuia "ill preaent pair
    of fi..M. i- atandi I" tin- temple, and
    will hol the Oneg Shabbat. Su tut day
    : a.in.
    --------
    TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
    1 I- i.i.i\ s :: i i< in Sermon: "Clod I"
    head Pot Whom?" Saturda} 9 ni
    .- rmon "Weekl} Portion ol the
    llible
    --------
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER ML
    AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
    Joseph R. Narot.
    riiilav 8:15 p.m. "A* the Rabbi" *en-
    .-i'.n Rlla* M. KalzberR Musi.- I.ilrai..
    donated l>} Mr. nml Mm Howard
    Klivan*, will l- dedicated
    --------
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
    3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
    Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per
    Friday sir. p.m. Sermon: "Until the
    si?... of a ConajreRation?" Saturda} u
    am. liar Mltsvah: !>anhl Hacklier,
    eon of Mr. and Mrs. Ktanley Kolber,
    --------
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7bth St
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abiam-
    owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
    l-'rlilay B:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
    mon: "Portion "i the Law." liar
    Mn/.vah: Kenneth, hoii of Mr and
    Mr*. Harry Carman
    Synopsis of the Torah Portion of VAYIKRA
    Two lambs offered as a sacrifice in atonement for a sin.
    "And he shall brine forfeit unto the Lord for his sin which
    he hath sinned" (Lev. 5.6)
    VAYIKRA God called to Moses from the tent of meeting anil
    revealed the sacrificial laws. The burnt-offering was to consist of
    a male animal without blemish; if it be a fowl, it was to be a
    turtle-dove or a young pigeon. The purpose of this offering,
    which was to be completely burned, was to make atonement for
    evil thoughts. The meal-offering was to consist of fine flour,
    raw, cooked, or stwed, generally intended as a free-will offering
    The peace-offering, of cattle or sheep, either male or female,
    was another free-will offering, or vow. offered in the name of a
    family. The sin-offering was intended to make amends for sins
    committed by error. Different categories of individuals and
    grous were to sacrifice different animal s for sinofferings. The
    anointed priest and the congregation offered a young bullock,
    the prince a he-goat, a common person a she-goat.
    The person who touched an unclean object, or failed to
    keep a vow, must bring a female lamb or a female goat for a
    sin-offering; and if he could not afford either, he must bring
    two young pigeons or turtle-doves the first as a burnt-offering,
    the second as a sin-offering A ram served as a guilt-offering in
    the case of a violation of a negative ("Thou shalt not") command-
    ment, or in cases of theft of articles set aside as holy.
    This recounting of fha Weekly Portion of the Law is at-
    tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
    Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it
    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.
    a
    r ALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
    410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
    Oeutsch.
    K p.in. S'lni'.ii "The Oolden
    .if in. ^ Hhabba i boated >> Mr.
    i,l Mr* Morri* Itoaen/eld in honor
    _ : 111 n'eddlni anniversary-
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1301 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    I0 I-1 nia> >:13 i'.iii. Sermon "Freedom
    Wha I .' Satlu-ilai 1 I B Hi i ll
    Mltsvah Wayne, son "i Mr and Mi-
    Jui k I >a\iil.
    TEMPLE NER TAM1D. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
    tor Edward Klein.
    -----e-----
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
    8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April.
    I riilav R:3 |i.ni. Mrs. Murra} Rnaen-
    benr, Sluteil......I iirenldent, and Sister-
    hood officer* and board will partlcl-
    l>ute in EUeterh.....I services. Saturda}
    v i.'i a.m. Sermon: "Many Opinions,
    nn- Judaism."
    -----e-----
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
    Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
    Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
    Cantor Chet Gale.
    Prida} 8:15 p.m. al WaahlnRtnn l-'..l-
    eral, '' N'l: I'.T'li Si Kel i......: "I'or-
    i ..a of thi Week."
    -----e-----
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
    4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
    Rabbi Maurice Klein.
    S:l." j. in Si rmon ''I 'ommunl -
    laii'.n. ili,' Answttr for Strong I'l.m
    iiiunlt} *-.! i urda} 9 a m
    e
    TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ier-
    ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Fi ila\ I.* I'.m. Sermon: "M
    ti hi ila> S I", a in Sel ni"ii
    "Portion "l the \\ eek "
    -------e------
    TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
    I'Yitlav 7:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Rab-
    binate, a ''all "u a Profession,
    Sal unfa} H:3 n m.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL.
    Ave. Conservative.
    Wernick.
    6500 N. Miami
    Rabbi Henry
    i TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    Ave. Liberal. Rabhi Leon Kronisn.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    l-"ii'ia> vi:. pin Sermon: ''Maklna
    h Come A
    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
    ------e
    YOUNG ISRAFL OF MIAMI BEACH
    1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
    tah Porush
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    V T -
    (r-sH nna nna rssina)
    The Shores of the Dead Sea
    A few years ago, the area of the
    Dead Sen was BI1 area Of death
    The only "live" spot was Sodom
    with Her potash works, but toward
    evening, the workmen would leave
    the works, and would go t" Beer
    sheba or to Dimona in order to
    brreathe cooler air; onlj the
    watchmen of the works would re
    main on the place and thou
    sands of DOiSOnOUS -nakes. This is
    not the case now The Israeli has
    brought life to this ana oi death.
    Sodom: Here a town will bo
    erected this the government
    has decided.
    Ein Bokek Here springs of warm
    water were found. Medical experts
    established that the waters are
    uood for healing various maladies
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    o-x^i") .^ysan nx a^tiy
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    D'xpi-i .D'pn n^^v? nirra
    D-a id D'an *9 ,W3f> D'npio
    in the water there is a hiyh con-
    tent of sulphur. Buildings were
    built on the spot for the patients,
    the doctors, the nurses and the
    workmen in the baths.
    Mas Manj tourists
    com i'ii this spot the last
    le for the Independence of
    Israel took place (in the days of
    Bar Kochba) At the foot of the
    liill a hostel was erected for 150
    pt ople.
    Vfinistrj of Development is
    planning many projects for the
    ipnil lit oi this place
    These places thai are being erec-
    ted on the shines of the Dead Sea
    are onlj the beginning of a large
    scale settlement of the area.
    Published by the
    Brith Ivrith Olamith


    Sday, March 25. 1966
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    GABLES YOUTH SPENDS BUSY 'TERM'
    18-Year-Old Marvin Stein's Dream
    Conies True: He's Mayer for a Day
    A
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    Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the
    Bureau of Jewish Education, presents Jewish
    victional Fund awards to the delegates of the
    rhools bringing the highest amount cf funds
    or last year's Tu B'Shevat effort. Accepting
    ; wards on behalf of the following schools
    left to right) Temple Emanuel, Steven
    Weintrai;b; Beth David. Barry Abbott; Temple
    Be.h Sholcm, Jeffrey Sm;th; Congregation
    b'nai Raphael. William Shendell; Temple
    R'nr; ShrVm Poh't Neede'mon. Net shov. n
    are Temple Beth Sholom, cf Satellite Beach,
    and 'fempie Sinai, of Nonh Du.de.
    When Marvin Stein, L8-yei
    son (it Mr. and lack Stein,
    14."> Bianca A> w oke up one
    morning his dream came true, ll"
    ,ii. ; 16 other members of DcMok
    international youth organization,
    ,ii in" a- mayor, city mai
    and department heads lor the City
    of .\li;n,ii
    l he Coral I iables j outh s|
    busy day at Mayor Robert King
    High's city hail desk. His phone
    kept ringing. Besides receiving
    calls wishing him success thai day,
    Marvin heard from his other De-
    Molay "officials" who were close
    by doing their best to make the
    government run smoothly.
    "Mayor" Stein spoke to those in
    Ihe following departments ami
    positions:
    Hill Grant, city manager; Brian
    Sutnick, and Tom McGuirt, public
    '..mis.: Fred Berkowitz, planning;
    Ed Greenberg and Tom Reed, fire;
    James Stone, communications; v
    Wise 'i' ighborhooq rehabili
    tions; and Phil Levj. sanitation
    Harmony Buffei and Game:
    Harmon; Chapter, B'nai B
    will hold a buifet supper ai d '
    u i!' on 'I uesdi j i p.m a! I
    Jas in- r. mple, 1901 Alton Ri
    Mrs. Jack Cohen i~ president a
    Mrs. Geoi : Gingsburg. chairm
    a the day, is in charge of rcser
    lions.
    Loyalty Dinner' for College
    President of the Hebrew Col
    Dr. Simon (;. Kramer, was
    tsl speaker when three lead-
    nf the Miami Jewish eominun-
    tt-ere honored by the Greater
    ami Committee for the Hebrew
    geological College at its first
    oyalty Dinner."
    Scheduled as a black-tie optional
    |cnt last Tuesday evening, in the
    or.'.aim Mean Hotel, the dinner
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    lively, and their cousin.
    Louis Eisi nstein, of 1227 Meridan
    Ave. all of Miami Beach.
    The Greater Miami Commit-
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    the Jewish community.
    Dr. Kramer became president of
    the Hebrew Theological College in
    December. 1964. He previously
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    Institute of University Heights.
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    Friday, March 25, 196^
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    LOOKING BACKWARD ON THE OCCASION OF ITS 80TH ANNIVERSARY
    When Herzl Wrote His 'JudenstaaV
    By DR. ALEX EEIN
    FEBRUARY i4, 1896. is a mile-
    ne in Jewish history. On
    this c;iiv. ;> Tneode* Heiyi's
    booklet, "The Jewis Sti teAn
    Attempt at a Modem Solution to
    the Jewish Question," was
    brougl : the small Vien-
    nese publishing firm oi Breiten-
    steinj Us publication marks the
    : eguaning oi Ihe modern Zionist
    movement. Through this pam-
    phlet a personality passed of
    qualities oi leadership unequalled
    since the inspection ol the Dias-
    pora, introduced itself to the
    broad Jewish public,
    A few weeks before the Drt y-
    fuss trial. Herzl had written a
    Jewish drama called 'The New
    Ghetto." in an attempt to start
    public discussion cf the Jewish
    question. At that time, he still
    believed that mutual toleration
    was the solution. Alter, however,
    he had witnessed the howls of Use
    furious mob at the degradation
    of the innocent Jewish captain.
    Herzl came to realize at once that
    Jewish emancipation would
    neither suffice or work because
    it could not remove the aversion
    and dislike of the Jews that was
    so deeply rooted in the souls of
    the nations.
    Consistent Pattern
    A few months later, in June
    1895. Herzl began, in a prophetic
    ecstacy. as it were, to write- the
    first draft of the booklet which,
    in its final version, was published
    :n German on February 14, 1896.
    Within a few months it appeared
    also in Hebrew. French, English,
    Russian, Rumanian and numer-
    ous other translations.
    Herzl's uniqueness consisted in
    bis fitting the Jewish question in-
    to the pattern of the modern
    world in a more consistent and
    comprehensive fashion than other
    Zionist theoreticians had done,
    and none of whom, by the way,
    had been known to him. He saw
    an inseparable connection be-
    tween Jewish distress and its re-
    bel through the establishment of
    a Jewish state.
    hatred were no longer a closely-
    knit religious and national unit,
    as in the time of the ghetto: they
    had been emancipated as individ-
    uals and as Indh iriuals thev were
    , pi sed to the hostility
    environment.
    Socially i>oljtcd. economically
    dreaded and combatted. they
    were homeless even in places
    where they had been living for
    many centuries. The pressure ex-
    erted on_ the Jews by their en-
    vironment was bound to increase
    with the growth oi anti-Semitism.
    This situation would lead to a
    catastrophe, unless it was reme-
    died radically and in good time.
    A National Question
    It could not be remedied on a
    philanthropic basis because the
    Camp Pinewood
    Winter Meeting
    Annual winter luncheon, meeting
    (f the Camp Pinewood Honor Coun-
    cil was h"lri Sunday. Mar. 13. at
    the Delano Hotel.
    Honor Council is the liaison
    group between the campers and
    directors. To become a member, a
    camper must successfully complete
    of their five honor cards, each card con-
    tains a list of accomplishments
    which envelope all of the camp's
    activities. Weekly meetings are
    held in the summer, where im-
    mediate problems and suggestions
    are discused.
    At the -annual winter mflttlng,
    suggestions were made for new
    programs and additions to the
    physical plant of the camp.
    Vice preside:::. Robert Warshavv,
    ol Miami, presided in the absence
    of president. Mark Kahr.. Miami
    Beach. Patti Let. Miami Beach,
    acted as recording secretary.
    Attending the luncheon meeting
    Jewish question, in Herzl s view, wpre camp ()irec,ors, Mr and Mr; k
    was neither a social nor a religi- Elj Mcl(zer aiui Dr, Dmald D.'
    Otis problem; although it might Michclson: pr0gram director. Mar-
    take on ,these and other^ forms vjn Nockow: and campers, Michael
    Kahn, Carol Frishman. Howard
    Lundy. Sonny Burns. John Fuller,
    Marc Kahn. and .Albert Kahn, all
    of Miami Beach, and Darryl Mich-
    I olson, Barry Denmark. Micheal
    Greene. Jack Weiss, and Kenny
    Friedmen of Miami.
    also. "It is a national Question
    We are a people, one people." As
    a national question, it had to be
    solved by political means. Only
    by rallying as one people, by re-
    building their collective existence i
    Continued on Following Page
    DR. THEODOR HERZL
    Herzl's point of departure was
    Uie position of Jewry (not of Ju-
    daism) in the countries of the dia-
    spora. Herzl held that the Jew-
    ish question had been aggravated
    rather than solved by emancipa-
    tion. The widespread hatred of
    the Jews was not likely to disap-
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    Folk dances in costume, ar-
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    Page 13-C
    Herzl's 'Judenstaat'
    Continued from Preceding Pge
    Dii their own territory on a new
    and sound basis, could the Jews
    deliver themselves from :he dif-
    ficult conditions under which
    they were living.
    Herzi's proposition was the es-
    tablishment of a Jewish State
    with the consent and the guaran-
    tee of the Great Powers. He
    thought that they would be will-
    ing to assist in creating political
    preconditions because the un-
    solved Jewish question was re-
    garded as a burden even by non
    Jews. '"The Jewish State is a
    DER
    JUDENSTAAT.
    VERSUCH
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    OERNEN LGSUNG IB JUDENFRABE
    \|>N
    THEODOR HERZL
    DOlTiMI !Klt KK< HIT
    world need, and therefore it will
    arise."
    The Jewish State, Herzl con-
    tended, could be set up in our
    timewhile formerly all such at-
    tempts had been bound to fail
    because modern science and tech-
    nique have created all the prac-
    tical and organizational precon-
    ditions and facilities for guided
    mass migration and planned de-
    velopment of the country of set
    tlement. With the help of modern
    science, the society of the new
    country could be based on social
    justice. The Jewish State, as en-
    visaged by Herzl, was. indeed. ;i
    model social state. A seven hours'
    working day would be guaranteed
    b\ law and even symbolized bv
    the flag: "I would suggest a j
    white flag with seven golden
    stars. The white field symbolizes
    Our new pure life: the stars are
    tile seven golden hours of our
    woi king-day. For the Jews are
    going to the new land under the
    sign of work."
    Sovereign Rights
    Herz' proposed that his scheme
    should lie carried out through the
    agency of two organizations: the
    "Society of Jews" a-- the legal
    political representative of Hie
    J< wish peo] le; and the Jewish
    Company," as a central instru-
    ment for migration and coloniza-
    tion, However, emigration and
    colonization were
    tori the Powers had granted the
    "Society of Jews" sov< reign
    rights over a territory suffi< nl
    ly large for our just needs.
    Practical work was to be cai-
    ried out on a strictly economic
    basis, Philanthropy, which had
    so far been dominant in Jewish
    affairs, was to be completely and
    finally ruled out. Herzl left it t"
    the decision of the Jewish people
    which country should be chosen
    tor the setting up of the Jewish
    State. In his booklet, he had not
    as yet taken a clear stand in
    favor of Eretz Israel, though in
    its final version, the emphasis on
    Palestine was much stronger
    than it had been in the original
    drafts. Immediately after the
    publication of the "Jewish State,"
    however, his contacts with Jew-
    ish masses convinced him that
    the State could be founded and
    the Jewish question solved only
    in Eretz Israel. The book con-
    cludes with a stir>uifc' appeal to
    the Jews: their lives would ob-
    tain a new significance, a gen-
    eration of wonderful Jews would
    spring forth on earth. "The Mac-
    cabeans will rise again The
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    ft stive board in a home thorough
    ,\ cleansed beforehand <>i all man-
    ner oi "Chometz" and participate
    in the colorful ceremonies, aimed
    particularly at reaching th< chil-
    dren, who are expected to be in-
    spired, and to continue the tradi-
    tion unto the coming generations;
    .ill to eat oi the Matzoh, the sacra
    menial wine, to chant the Hagga-
    dah, the narration ot the story, and
    to sing the many songs ending
    with the chad Gadya" the story
    of the kid that my father bought
    for two "Zuzim."
    The symbols used in the Seder
    Service: Three matzohs. represen
    ting the bread of affliction: the
    middle one. the Afikomen. is then
    hidden and later redeemed. The
    roasted shank bone to commemo-
    rate the Paschal sacrifice. The
    roasted egg to symbolize the
    Spring; the bitter herbs. Israel's
    bondage. The Haroset stands for
    the mortar used in building treas-
    ure cities lor Pharoah. The pars-
    ley, lettuce or watercress com-
    memorate the Spring and perpet-
    ual renewal of lite. The four cups
    of wine for the lour promises of
    redemption. The cup ,of wine for
    Elijah for the hope of the coming
    of the Messiah. As a symbol of
    freedom cushions are provided for
    all participants at the Seder table.
    The meal served that night is a
    memorable and festive one. One
    menu follows:
    Menu for Seder
    Gefilte fish
    Horseradish
    Chicken Soup
    Matzoh Balls
    (Knaidlach)
    Roast Chicken
    Apple Charlotte
    Carrol Pudding or Candied Carrots
    Sliced Tomatoes and
    Sliced Cucumbers
    Sponge Cake
    Prune and Apricot Compote or
    Fresh Fruit
    Apple Charlotte
    3 eggs
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 cups matzoh larfel or matzoh
    crumbled into bits
    1 cup cold water
    3 tablespoons vegetable fat
    2 cups diced apples
    .: egg whites beaten stiff but
    not dry
    Beat yolks well, add salt and
    sugar and continue to beat until
    lemon colored. Pour cold water
    over larfel. drain immediately ai d
    add yolks, salt and sugar well
    1 i aten, chicken or vegetable fat,
    apples and whites beaten stiff
    which should be folded In, Bake in
    muffin tins or a ten-inch square
    pan then cut into squares. Pans
    or iins should be well greas
    Bake in 350 degree oven about 35
    minutes or until browned on top,
    ,Make> lo cupcakes close finger
    nail)
    Matzoh Balis (Knaidlach)
    2 e gs beaten slightly
    1 lull I abb. spoon chicken or
    ve etable fat
    1 teaspoon grated onion grated on
    large grater
    2 tablespoons cold water
    3 almonds chopped fine
    1/2 teaspoon chopped parsley
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1 cup matzoh flour
    Mix eggs. salt, water, fat. pars
    Reading Director to Speak
    Adele Rosenstein. director of in-
    struction at the Evelyn Wood Read-
    ing Dynamics Institute, M i a m i.
    will be guest speaker Friday for
    the 12:15 p.m. luncheon meeting
    of Sertoma Iniernationalal of
    Miami at the Miami Skyways
    Motel. Nat Barone is program
    chairman. '
    ley. chopped almonds, onion t.
    gether well. Add matzoh flour and
    refrigerate about 1 hour. Before
    putting mixture in refrigerator it
    should be pasty. Moisten hands
    shape into balls (small) and cook.
    in boiling water saited and cover-
    ed. Lower light and simmer. Sim-
    mer 20 minutes without peeking.
    Sponge Cake
    7 eggs separated
    1 cup sugar
    3 tablespoons orange juice
    1 tablespoon lemon Juice
    1/4 cup matzoh meal
    11/2 cup potato flour I
    7 egg whites beaten stiff
    but not dry
    Beat egg whites stiff but not dry
    gradually adding sugar. Beat egg
    yolks until lemon colored and add
    orange and lemon juice, and fold
    into above mixture. Bake in 315
    or 325 oven 1 hour or until tooth
    pick inserted to test comes out
    clean. Invert pan on rack to cool
    overnight. Should fall out, other-
    wise loosen and remove.
    1
    Students in Model Seder
    All students of Temple Tifereth
    Jacob Religious Schools will parti-
    cipate in a model Seder on Sunday
    starling at 10:30 a.m.
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    .day. March 25. 1966
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    LEGAL NOTICE
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    NOTICE UNDER
    CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    i- i.~ hereby aiVK.N thnl
    . ,i. desiring t" engage In
    , ihe fictitious mn
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    BY HENRY LEONARD
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    : is HEREBY OIVEN that
    I |, ,i.- Ing to i ague' In
    1 iii. in iii:..i,-. name m
    [ ,|- mii IP al ;' N.B. 1*1 Aw..
    I. i.., intends i" register said
    ",, ,, mi the Clerk of the Circuit
    I laile 'ounl j. Florida
    "K \ HAIWAJN STORE, Inc.
    Sole < Mvner
    JlHI.II.I MIDLER,
    I for Applicant
    ' I.,.....in K.....i. Miami Beai h, Fla,
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 66C-2099
    fcl.VVi >P Vi 'I NO.
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    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    mm: VOCNt!
    i West IVrightwood Avenue
    ,.:... Ill noih
    > hi. VIAE ViMTWl, are hereby no-
    rii ii mi .t .i I UII of Complaint for l'i-
    . I...- been t"iI 1 against you, gud
    . required to serve h copy of
    \ v. i nr lleadlns to t in- mil
    I -,int ..ii tin- plalntifi s Ai -
    , I'WII'.I. <; SATIN. 1131 Ini-
    .:. Miami, Florida 331X1
    i orlgiuaJ An.-w.r or Pleud-
    offlce of the Clerk "i tbe
    Court "ii or before i he >i h
    Vprll, 1966. If you fail to do
    . ni l.\ default "ill be ta-
    ll,, ut ..i-i > ii for the relief de-
    ihe Bill "i Complaint
    ; -hill III published once
    four consecutive weeks
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    It says, vPope Pius the Xllth'."
    Copt 1965, Diytnu Productions
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 66C-2330
    .'AIM.. IS BA IUUI IS
    IMnlntlfl
    \'S.
    Ol.tlltIA MINI/. BARRIOS
    i'. r.mi.in,
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Tl I'.' IRIA Ml'XIZ BARRll IS
    ::...>i New Vork Avenue
    l 'nl.,n *"ii\. New Jersey
    V,ii (iloria Munii Barrios are here-
    by notified iimi a inn ..f t'omiilaint
    for Divorce ha* been filed against
    you, and you ar, required to serve
    a cop) of your Answer or Pleading
    to the I till ..i Complaint on the Plain-
    tiff's Attorney Jack I.. Kins Suite
    21.1, ll.... s.W. I Street, Miami, Flor-
    i.la ami file the original Answer or
    ['leading In the office ..f the t'lerk (
    the Circuit Court wi or before the 8th
    | day of April. 1966. If you fall to do
    I s. Judgement bj default "ill be ta-
    ken against you for the relief in tin-
    Bill of Complaint. This Notice shall
    be published on......ach week for four
    .-..ii>. i-utive weeks in the JEWISH
    i'l/ Htll >l.W.
    HONE A.M. ORDERED nl Miami
    Florida ihis uii day of March, A.D.
    1966
    B. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida,
    Iseal) B) MAIU5CERITE KENT
    li.-i.uty Clerk
    JACK I.. KING
    Hulte 215 1150 s\v l Street
    ______________________ :i 11 -' v-f-. i-i
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL L.rtl-L,. ,
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 66C-2390
    i:ii:ti:i.i_\ i.kk i ..i.e.
    Plaintiff,
    \ s
    FRONEY HFTCHISON CODE.
    i lefendant.
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    * Jewish ftarkMrti
    solicits your legal notice*.
    W* appreclnle youf
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
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    lor messenger service
    LEGAL NOTICE
    T
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    i. FRONEY IM'I'i'llls. i.\ i-..l.i;
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69814-B
    In RE: Estate ..f
    FRIKDA KN M'l'i:
    1 a.- .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    BV \ MEI K IF
    3 1-11-11-25
    NOTCE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    i HEREBY tilVBN that
    - lied, desh Ins to engage
    undi r the i ictitlotts name
    IJ1 VI- I'M.MS APARTMBNTH
    ':" I "ai I) I. Avenui Miami Beach,
    :.. Intend lo register nald
    the t'lerk ..I the CilVUll
    Florida.
    sKYMi .I i: |{, m iHBN
    i'Bi i:i.ia >'. iHBN
    fSule iwn.-i Hi
    II IIEIKEN
    - Applicants
    lodfr. H.....I
    Ii. ... h, Klo
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69931-C
    In RE: Bstati <
    MAKK HANNA MEYER
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    . To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or
    Instate: ;rm Claims or Demands Against Sabl
    You are hereby notified and reiiulred Kstate:
    I to presenl gny cbtims and demands You ar
    "inli >"ii mi.i have Hgainsi the es- quired lo pi,-.-.-in un> claims and de- or before the 12th day u
    late M\I!K HANNA MEYER de- inands which >.....na> have against If v.,;i full to do -> ludgmeiit bv de-
    ceased 1st. of Hade County, Florl- the estate of KBIKDA da, lo the f"ount> Judges of Ihide ceased Int. ol Dade County, Florida, Hi. el dell.........1 In the Bill ,.f
    1 oiintj and rile the same in duplicate m (he C..unl> Judges ol Dad. Countv, c. plaint.
    .n.l .,- provided in Section 733.16 imd fill 111. Mini, ill duplhal. ..ml as I MINE \ND
    -..iiii.-s. in their offices In th. provided In S.-.-ilon 73:i.l, Florida
    I mint) Courthouse In Dade County., Statutes. In their offices n the Coun-
    ,i. within mx calendar .....nths ,, courthouse n Had. Cou Plor-
    in. in the time of the first publlcn- ,,,.,. ,,, ,,,i..,r ,,,,,
    ii,m heieof, or the Rama will be the time of the first publication here-
    ,'.''. ', ... >.,,, ,, '. '' the s.i in. h 111 he barred.
    Dateil.al Miami. Florida, thbj 2nd |,:il,,i .,, Miami, Florida, this 1th
    da) of March, \ I.
    EMII.Y /.\iii.i:i: a k a
    AMAI.IA /.Alll.CIt
    AM ALIA Z UII.C.i:
    A tix. ilri\
    !" -t pillllll all.,li nf llii- n..i.......
    the mh da) of March, 1986,
    SILVEKSTBIN KWITNEY
    IKHHMS
    Attorneys for Executrix
    -'' Lincoln Road.
    Miami I!,-a. h, Florida
    da)
    . lent i al l lellvei y
    Blowing Rock. North Carolina
    ^'..ii FRONEY lli"i'i'lll.-"\ .'i.l.l-;
    nre hereby nutifled thai n Bill ..f C.....-
    Plaint for I Hvorce has i- en filed
    agalnsl you, iind you gre reiiulred to
    servi ii copy ..f your Answer nr Plead-
    ing to the Bill ,.i Complaint on the
    Demands Ag^alnsl Saul To All Creilltors and All Persons llav- |>KR, i |lncoln Road B idlna' Mi-
    ami Beach, Klorldn ami ni. ihe'i.rls-
    .. i Inal Answer ..r !'. ad na In the
    ' eh> noi fled and re- ..f n,. .-1,,-k tUr Circuit Court on
    ItDKKKTi ;,' Ml ml
    Florida, Oils 7th du) of Mar. h. 1366
    i: B I.BATIIKRMAN, I
    t'lrcu M i -.. i. i 'mini >. Fl.....la
    Iseall I'a I. SNF.EI >EN
    I I. put) I "lei k
    n-ix-r. i i
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 66C72
    Ni.ltM A AI.I.KN.
    Plalntifi
    ROY IAMBS U.l.KN.
    I lefendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Bi >Y JAMES AI.I.KN
    You It" i\ -i \ M i:s AI.l.EN...... h.
    by notified thai n Amended Bill
    Complaint for Divorce has been ii I
    aifalnsi you, and >".. are required
    '--i\., a copy of your Answei oi PI.
    ling i" the Bill of I'vmplaiat on
    Plaintiffs attorney, NEA1, 3. I>1*N
    ! ii i Ainsley Building, \ii;,i. I Floi
    an.I file Ihe original An-w. i ..i I".
    !Intr in il......ii. of the I 'lark of i -
    I'innn Court on or i-..i-.- (lie --
    da) of March I96H. If ymi fail to
    so, kidgeinent by default will be tal
    .-.. i.-i \ >.ii i-r ihe i ellef demand, il
    the Bill of Complaint
    This notice shall !< publbihed" <
    each w k i.-r 1-. .i n-. il ?
    in TUB JEWISH l-'l.. iBII'l \\
    DONE AND ORDERED H Mhi i.
    Florida, Urn- l^ih dm of F. hi
    A .......
    K B I.I-: VTHER.MAN. I
    . ': |
    tseal) II) .' P COPKLAND
    I ...pin
    , -ii
    i Mar. Ii A.D l!i6.
    ETHEL MEYER
    As Executrix
    l"h-i publication ,,i this noli
    the nil da) < March, 19*6.
    ZE.MED, KAFFMAN \ KEMBL
    l) HERBERT C KEMEX.
    - Attorney for Hlxecuti i\
    120 I. i in Road, Miami Beach
    3 i-n-is-j;
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69769
    in HE: Estate ,,i
    ABE DBUTSCH
    I.....ised.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    name
    Court
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69979-A
    In HE: Estate .if
    JAY 11. MERVIH
    11. ceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
    Entitle:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    :: 11-18-2.1 I I Quired to presenl an) claims and de-
    mands which you may have agalnsl
    III. estate of JAY II MERVIS de-
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ceased late of Hail.- County, Florida.
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, -,, ,|,,. Count) Judges .! Dad. Coun-
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE (y, ami file Ihe same in dupl
    No. 70034- B and as provided in Keel Inn 733.16,
    f Florida Statutes, In their offices In
    the Count) Courthouse In Dade
    County, Florida, wiihin six calendar
    ni.mills fr.tm the time of the first
    r ih, sain., \\ ill
    To All Creditors and All ivis.m- Hnv- [,, Rg; H>tut.
    lug Claims .-r Demands Agalnal Said CORINNE L. LEHMAN
    Estate: Deceased.
    You ar, hereby notified ami re- NOTICE to CREDITORS
    quired lo presenl any claims and de- -p,, vil Creditors and All Persons Hav- publication hereof,
    l-
    l-ls-23
    mandn which you may have against i.... claims or Demands Against Said be Imrred.
    Ihe estate of ABE DBI'TWCH de- Estate: Dutwl nl Miami, Florida, il.i.- "th
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida, ''y'.ai are hereby notified and re- day ,>i March. A.D 1966,
    to the Count) .lu.l^, of Dade Coun- quired to present an) claims and de- MARVIN \\ kissm.w
    t\. and file the same in duplicate mnnds which cou ma) haw agalnsl i n MAHI1AM
    '^OTlCE BY PUBLICATION
    IRCUIT COURT OF THE
    LfevfcNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    c I LORIDA IN AND FOR
    ' COUNTY. .N CHANCERY,
    No. 66C-2232
    VNI.VE Pill.lTE.
    -or divorce
    hi :hs. v i

    ii. ...i.n i :,,. I ,
    I'leading I
    .'',." a "tin
    INIEI. il KATIN
    v<......., Morlda and
    '-' 'al Answer nr Pleading
    i le k of the Clr-
    1 efpre the mi, Ua>
    ' II .Oil ... I |,1 dn so
    ' ill will be taken
    ;' th, rellel demanded In
    " i omplalnt.
    shall be published on.,-
    mi.I as provided in Hecllon
    i Statutes, in their offl i In
    ihe < *cunt.v 'our' i ....-- In I 'ade
    Fl. rlda. within -iv calendar
    i ii-.,m the ni. i lie first
    lion her. Ih. same will
    I ...i. I ii Miami Fh.i i. this 21th
    F. I. iiai \ I.....I
    I'!,. UtENCE il.N N
    \ Vdn
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ViiTICI EN I
    . m-d, desh ng lo eng



    13.1*. the estate of C'oRJNNE 1. LEHMAN,
    dewased late of jiallas I'ounty, Ala-
    bama, lo the Count) Judg. of Dade
    Count). and file I he ,i in. In dupli-
    .1 an prill ;.l,-.I in S. eilon
    , .. tin ir offl. II
    th. Count) '..ni hous* in I lade
    Florida, within -i\ ealen lar
    n Ihe Hill.
    . ir the sain, .v ill
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    'V'" be publlshe........,-
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    ' V'V"-'11/1' ;" Miami.
    -ml da) of March, A.D
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    II \ \l SHY Nl IISIN": HtlME al M*."i
    \ w I2n I An Miami K
    In register i i i line with th. i rh
    .,r il... i t Court of I 'ade I '..nun.
    Fl. i Ida
    MARCAI. NCRSINU HOME, In.
    By: CARL KAPLAN. Vice President
    Vtt. -i MAR. IARET K M'l. \\ Si >
    [KVINf! CYPEN LAW KFFICEsJ
    Ml..rue)
    MarcaJ Nursing Home. Inc.
    - '. \ i: hui bsjfrev Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    3 I8-2S, I I s
    ,
    Depul) Clerk
    .1 I :i-l>-:'.-,
    elevpSVrcu,t court of the
    LVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    DAOF rk?,K.'PA IN AND F0R
    "DE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
    I'' PV in- WC-2151
    4.1 Al:i- LET. .,
    I I.in
    ')]"' \ LETO,
    .ill!
    ORDER TO APPEAR
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 69835-A
    IN RE: Estate ..r
    BKII.AII JENKINS KAVANAl'OH
    Dec. used.
    . ,., I ir du i
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    Mi >RTi IN BRI' SB
    Plalntifi
    M miANNE OORDON BROWNE
    ; .. fondant
    SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
    TO: MARIANNE (inRDON BROWNE
    IL'I". Lodie Place
    Holly* "o.l. California
    You M A BI A N N K OORDON
    BROWNE are herebj notified that a
    Bill of Complaint f< r Annulment
    haa i.....n filed against you, and you
    \- .'..- Executors
    Fli -* ;.ii.Ii. .. i Ion .a i In- oil,-,
    Ihe 1 Ith da; ol \l in ll. 1966
    COI.IIMAN. HiH.DSTEIN ,v I'A.'ZIKi:
    . i:\. Him >
    -i'.' w Flagli r Si
    Mlam 1
    IN THE COUNTV nnf-.cc r^nRT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70072-B
    E.M S HIT
    \OTICE TO CREDITORS
    1
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    .1 re-

    m.i nils wlii< i hav<
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    I.
    In Hi.- Countv .Indues of I'.ii. Cuiiu-
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    .i- pro) Id. il
    Itainies. In I
    i> Courthous, in Ihide County, Flor-
    id .. mi Inn ,-i\ ilendnr m.
    Ihe Ih......f ihe I ml piihlli illon In re-
    .,. or i he .- hari iii.
    Dated al Miami. Florida, Bus jmIi
    day of Fehruar). \ 11. 1
    JEANBTTEMEKHIEN
    As Ail-., nit alrlx
    First publication of this nol.......
    the nth day of M in h, i......
    ROBERT II. TRAt'RIH
    Attoi ni v for Adminlstrati i\
    I1SS Alfr.nl I. Dul'onl Building
    :; ll-'- 2.1 I I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    . < ourt, ..ii .., before the
    16, ... ., De. r. e
    ' lll b. entered agalnsl
    '".'''l,"',; ':,!, *ay < March, I960.
    ,. fHBRM \\ clerk
    V,;1',': l';ol- '"......i,. Florida
    B) ( POPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
    3/1-11-18-23
    KAVANAl'OH deceased late of Di......lay of April. 1966, If you fall i
    County. Plorlda, i" the County Judgei
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    When Herzl Wrote His 'Judenstaat'
    ist idea could not be
    any crisi> or M-tback.
    The establishment oi *,
    of Israel. n\i-. .mmi.-
    Continued from Page 13-C
    .lews who so desire will have
    '.heir State."
    Strengthened Resolve
    At the time the booklet was
    published. Herzl was still hesitant
    as to whether he himself sliuuld
    lake up the effectuation of his
    scheme. The enthusiasm with
    which the Judenstaaf was re-
    ceived by the Jewish masses of
    Eastern Europe and. particularly
    by the youth. strengthened
    Herzl's resolve to place himself
    it the service of his idea. Put-
    ting in the full weight of his per-
    sonality and genius, he created
    the foundations of the whole fu-
    ture work of the Zionist move-
    ment He set up the Zionist Con-
    grcu, the World Zioniat Orgcni
    zation and their organs, as the
    Jewish people's authorized re-
    presentatives on its way to Eretz
    Preparing Home
    For Passover
    Continued from Pjje 1-C
    ning of the Haggadah. as does the
    blessing which is to be recited
    only in the evening.
    Q. What is the ceremony for the
    burning of the chometz?
    A. The ceremony is called "Biur
    Chometz" and takes place later
    than 10 a.m.. on Brev Pesach, Mon-
    day. Apr. 4. The Chometz. as well
    as any bread left over from break-
    last, is burned and the "Kol Cha-
    jnira is again recited.
    O. Are there any other require-
    ments?
    A. All Passover kitchen and eat-
    ing and storage implements and
    foods are placed in their proper
    places. Your home in now free of
    chometz and ritually prepared for
    Passover and for the first Seder on
    Monday evening, Apr. 4.
    Israel: it was the first, all-em-
    bracing Jewish representation
    since the dispersion. It was Herzl.
    too, who created the instruments
    tor land settlement: the Keren
    Kasemet and the Jewish Colonial
    Trust. Beyond and above all this,
    he created a worldwide move-
    ment which still in his life-time
    conducted political negotiations
    with Great Powers. Its faith in
    the ultimate victory of the Zion
    'mmigrjuonj
    'he State
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    emanating from his ch,!3
    leadership
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    open to teen-agers who are mem-
    bers of the temple and their guests.
    Program will feature "The
    Mystics" and speical guest, Robie
    Young, WQAM disc jockey.
    BESHTY director is Steve
    Krams. and Rabbi Leon Kronish is
    spiritual leader of Beth Sholom.
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