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

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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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<3ewisfa Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ne 35 Number 47
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 23, 1962
Two Sections Pti< e 20*
DlFECTiON MEANS FALL
I Knesset
Move to End
Military Rule
tUSALEM (JTAI Israels
nicnt rejected this week a
i to abolish military govern-
ii the country's Arab sections
alti r I'rime Minister David Ben-
G on intimated that defection
his coalition government on
thi :--ue would lead to a fall of
hi- government and force new elec-
The vote was 50 to 26 with
Intentions.
1 ic motion was introduced by
ill- Liberal Party's Pinhas Rosen.
Di Rosen, who last February sus-
il a narrow 58 to 55 defeat in
(hi Knesset in a previous fight for
i elation of the military rule,
'.hat the vote then was an "un-
( r majority." He alluded to a
loalitioa agreement which gave the PHILADELPHIA I JTAi Jew-
\. idat Israel party a deputy min- |SD needs in the United States and
Hopes Raised ADL May
Return to Council Ranks
LOUIS STN
. new president
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
3lst general assembly of the Coun-
cil (if Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds concluded here with an
announcement by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith that it
ha I decided to open negotiation;
for rejoining the National Com-
ISSUES RANGE EAR AND WIDE
Needs at Home and Abroad
Reviewed by CJFWF Assembly
i ( .i larger budget for its educa-
lii nal system in return for a pledge
continued Agudat Israel support
I military rule.
Achdut Avodah, a coalition par-
ty, abstained under an agreement
permitting it not to support the
Government on this issue. A
spokesman told the Knesset that
it would continue all efforts to
affect cancelation at "the appro-
priate time." He added that the
isen motion was "insincere"
and a ruse to embarrass the Gov-
ernment. The Herut party ab-
stained. A spokesman said that
the party would support an out-
right proposal to rescind military
rule which it considers unessen-
tial and harmful ot Arab and Is-
raeli interests.
The Parliament also defeated in
ted debate four motions to
end the state security law of
which had been criticized by
Continued on Page i-A
and cultural activities was needed
"if there arc to be enough jobs. '
Absence of full employment, he
said, meant a great multiplication
ol health and welfare problems be-
cause people who managed despite
than 1,000 Jewish handicaps when they had jobs tend-
abroad came under intensive re-
view here as the General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds open-
ed with more-
leaders from the United States and
Canada participating.
Dr. Eli Ginzhcrg, chairman of
the National Manpower Advisory
Committee, told the opening session
that automation was likely to af-
fect employment. He said that ex-
pansion in such fields as urban re-
newal, education, health, recreation
ed to deteriorate rapidly when they
became jobless, Irving Kane, out-
going CJFWF president, conducted
the meeting,
Louis Stern, of South Orange,
N.J., prominent investment brok-
er, was elected president f the
Continued on Pge 8-A
Arab Won Return' Principle
Reaffirmed in Israel Parliament
JERUSLAM(JTA)After two days of intensive debate on Is-
rael's general foreign policy, with heavy emphasis on the Arab refugee
problem. Israel's Parliament voted overwhelmingly this week a re-
affirmation of the policy of the nonreturn"' of the refugees to Israel
territor)
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil. The NCRAC is the coordin-
ating body of six national organi-
zations and numerous local com-
munity councils active in the work
ol combating anti-Semitism and
lefending civil rights
The ADL and the American Jew-j
'sh Com mittee had quit the
NCRAC io years ago in disagree-
ment over recommendations by |
I'rol. Robert Maclver. of Columba
University, who reviewed the func-
tions of Jewish groups active in '
the field of civil rights. Th i study
by Prof. Maclver was sponsored
y the NCRAC.
The announcement on the pos-
sible rejoining of the NCRAC by
the ADL was mac1? from the
fleer of the assembly by Label
A. Karz, B'nai B'rith national
president, on his own behalf and
on behalf of Her.ry Schulti, ADL
chairman. Katz also announced
that the ADL agreed to open dis-
cussions on the possibility of its
participation in the Large City
Budgetinr Conference for joint
budget review.
The announcement was applaud
ed by all assembly delegates, It
wai welcomed from the tloor by
Lewis H. We'nstein, of Boston.
NCRAC chairman, who expressed
hi ;>c that the American Jewish
Committee would similarly agree
to negotiations on rejoining the
NCRAC. The move by the ADL is
a result ol energetic efforts made
lurng the last few year.- by Alan
V. Lowenstein of .Newark, chair-
.nan ol a CJFWF subcommittee
-. coordination e.f Jewish com-
munity relations.
Lowenstein similarly expressed
from the floor the hope that the
Continued on Page 8-A
Eban Due Here to
At Bond Tribute to
Speak
Liptcn
The resolution, adopted by a
vote of 63-11, with 13 abstentions,
had been -parked by a detailed re-
port given the Knesset by Mr.-.
Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, and amounted to a rejection
of the so-called "Johnson Plan"
wh'rh would give the refugees a
choice between "return" to Israel
and acceptance of compensation
Technion Unit
Plans Program
10A Opens
Six-State Meet
At the Diplomat
Greater Miami community,
senting major areas
ness and philanthropic
join Abba Eban, Israel Minister of
Education, in honoring Joseph If.
Lipton at a dinner of tribute Sat-
urday night at the Fontainebleau
hotel"
Earlier this week, at two sep-
arate meetings, leaders of Temple
Emanu-EI. under whose auspices
he 25th annual conference of the dinner will be held, finalized
Southeast region of the Zionist psUU for the program and heard
illation of America was to reports by Jack S. Popick. dinner
get under way here Thursday at chairman.
Diplomat hotel in Hollywood.
News analyst and commentator
Gabriel Heatter will headline a
tour-star program to be presented
at the annual banquet sponsored
by the South Florida chapter of
Distinguished members of the ^ ^ .^ ^ aI(h||uh m.v
of civic busi- "' put torward formally, had been the- American Society for Technion
_; .,.:.i propesed by Dr. Joseph E. John- ,, Wednesday. 7 p.m., at the Fon-
-BUta tainebleau hotel.
son, the UN Palestine Conciliation
Commission's special Mid-East en-
voy.
Mrs. Meir reminded the House
of its own resolution, adopted
Continued on Page 12-A
According to president. Mr-
Louis Glasser, the noted radio and
TV personality has chosen as the
subject of his talk "Technion
Continued on Page 3-A
OR. NAHUM GOIDMAWM
. amendmen- <' Paw-
Goldmann
Attacks Bonn
On Payments
honn (JTA) Regret o m
the failure of the We-' Germ in
Government to bring to lose the
laws for restitution ant: compen-
sation to Nazi victims w. express-
ed here this week by Vs Nah'.mi
Goldmann. following three days of
negotiations with key finance of-
ficials on legislation to complete
the restitution and compensation
laws,
Declaring that not even a draft
of the requested legislation hid
been ready for considc:.-ion. Dr.
Goldmann said that he ami his col-
leagues, acting on beh; [ of the
e jnference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germ. iy, had
been negotiating on th- question
for more than two year- with no
progress, He said tl hem;'
neither the federal no; state
governments of West Gen iany nor
the Wesl Parliamentary ommis-
sion on Indemnification bed been
in a position to discus- fie qu
(ion.
One key issue is am->dmeiV-
r-c the laws to make potsibt
payments to Jewish claimants
who were unable to me*-t the
1953 deadline because Ht*y wen-
then in Iron Curtain countries
Continued on Page 7-A
Mosleyites Drawing Anti Semites
vih Jewish leaders of the six-
region focusing on the theme
1 I the conference, "A Quarter of
a CenturyAnd We Have Just Be-
gun "
Kahbi Samuel Mcndelowitz, of
Ti niple Beth Sholom. Hollywood,
Fla., president of the host district.
'i I that with the exception of two
business sessions Sunday after-
noon, the entire four-day confer-
Continued en Pap* 9-A
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, who
had just returned from Israel
with Mrs. Lehrman, reported on
his discussions with former Am-
bassador Eban regarding the
community's role on behalf of Is-
rael Bonds and the tribute to Lip-
ton.
Lipton will be honored for his
LONDON' (JTA' A report- neither he nor his movement were
er who spent ten weeks in Oswald anti-Semitic, "the truth is that the
Moslev's Fascist Union Movement vast majority of members are
was as an apparent bona fide mem- using the Union Movement to ban.!
bcr warned here that anti-Semitic together for their vile racialist
feeling was so strong among mem- theories and activities
bers that Mosley might have to
adopt an openly anti-Semitic pol-'
icy as he did before World War II.,
Alan Rogers, of the Daily Her-
ald, noted that while there was no
dedicated service to the Temple, | officia, ^i^y toward Jews and that
Continued on Page 7-A I Mosley had repeatedly cla.med
He said flatly that members of
the movement were responsible
for some of the recent incidents
of attacks on Jewish property in
London which he said were "by
no means rare occurrences." He
added that "the street riots ve
have seen already may wtll prove*
to be only the beginning of yaf
more vicious battles to come."
Dr. l>rael Brodie, Chef Rabbi
ol the British Commonvti lth, told
a meeting Of Jewish war veterans
here last night that he was "de-
lighted" by the strong reaction of
the Briti-h people against "the
eruption of a Nazi-style eUqUfl
which has disturbed us recently."


Page 2-A
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Friday, November 23,
Jewish Educators Elect Officers

Aiuiuui houciay dance planners gather to
discuss traditicna! Thanksgiving eve event
for the Miami YMHA Branch. Left to right are
Charles Plotkin. Miami YMHA Branch direc-
ior, Mis. iviaxwen Waas, Mrs. Herscnei Ros-
enthal. Maxwell Wacs, Mrs. Joseph Siegal,
Mrs. Stanley Spieler, and Mrs. Mitchell Gold-
man. The function was held Nov. 21 at the 'Y.'
13 Mass Killer Nazis Now on Trial
BONN I JTA | The principal
defendant in the trial of 13 former
Nau storm troopers and security
police, who are charged with the
murder of 180.000 Jews in the
Cheimno concentration camp in Po-
l..nd during World War II. testified
this week that he got "madly drunk
because I knew what was going
on."
G JStav Laabs. 60. an SS -< t
gave that reply during initial ques-
tioning of the defendants. He was
the driver of a gas van into which
Jews to be killed were crammed
t> ss men. The 200-page indict-
ment, which took a year to prepare
charges the 13 defendants with mur-
dering or abetting the murder of
the 180.000 Jewish men. women and
children from 1941 to 1944
The nine-member jury in the
provincial court here heard tes-
timony by Walter Bock, 50, of
Hanover. He said be did not
ment on his "service" in Cheim-
no during his denazification pro-
ceedings "becaue nobody asked
me." He was cleared and, in
1947, returned to his former rank
in the police department. The
trial is epected to last until the
end of next January.
World Jewish Congress head-
quarters in New York announced
that, of the 170.000 prewar Jewish
residents of Cheimno. only three
Jew- survived a.; were located.
Arts Pageant Scheduled Here
The Greater Miami Cultural
Committee will sponsor an Amer-
ican Pageant of the Arts, the two-
hour closed-circuit telecast sched-
uled for Nov. 29 as a combined
benefit for the National Cultural
Center and the Greater Miami
Cultural ConimilU-c
EXeskaaM and Mrs John F. Ken-
nedy and former President and
Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower will
appear on the "Pageant." which
will be produced by Robert Saudek.
of "Omnibus" fame, with the cele-
brated musician and conductor.
Leonard Bernstein, as host Mrs
Kennedy and Mrs Eisenhower are
h'-norary co-chairmen of the Na-
il Cultural Ceata r
Performing on toe telecast will
b i itest i
of to-
r I r show
Marian Anderson, Harry Belafonte.
Abe Burrows. Pablo Casals. Van
Cliburn. Bradford Dillman, Flor-
ence Eldridge. Robert Frost, Ben-
ny Goodman. Tammy Grimes. Hal
Holbrook. Danny Kaye Gene Kelly.
Dorothy Kirsten. Frederic March.
Elaine May, Mike Nichols. Ji
Robaxds. jr.. Jerome Robbins.
Alexander Schneider. Richard
Tucker, and the National Symph-
ony Orchestra of Washington. D C
The "Pageant" may be seen in
Miami Beach at the Munu
litorium and in Miami at the
Dade County Auditorium, the |
fermances at both places beir
held simultaneous!}
after a worldwide search, in Is-
rael, and are now in Bonn, ready
to testify at the trial Th,
are Michael Podchlebmk. Simon
Srebrnik and Moredai Zurawski
Former Police Lieutenant Ernst
Burmeister, who was in charge of
., special Nazi detachment which
sed many thoiu I Jews in
the Cheimno camp said at the trial
he had beei
to recer carry out rdi rs
IK said that, as i civil servant all
his life, he had beet br ght up
in the Prussian waj f life" to do
was ordered.
Wilhelm Doenn;. a former SS
officer who was Criminal Investi-
gation Department chief of Sl<
burg after the war. was sentenced
this week by a jury court to six
years at hard labor on conviction
ot complicity in the murder of 667
Jews in Russia during the war
The prosecution, in demanding
a term of 12 years for the former
Naii, stressed that in view of the
extent of the crimes, the sentence
could have only a symbolic ef-
fect. The defense had pleaded
for acquittal on grounds that
Doering had "acted in an emer-
geny."
Four leaders of a neo-Nazi
movement in West Berlin were giv-
en prison terms this week rani
from four to nine months, for
spreading deas against democrat-
ic order ith< rs were sen-
' need to one-month terms in a
youth ietention home after tl
were convu Uk i I
charg -
S Herbert Harari. education and
youth director <>f Temple Sinai of
Hollywood, has been elected pres-
ident, and Ilerzl Honor, education
director of Temple Menoran, sec
retary, Ol the Jewish Educators
Council of Greater Miami for the
school year 1962-63.
Founded in 1958. the Council is
comprised of those engaged in
Jewish education as administra-
tors an 1 supervisor-
Associated With Temple Sinai for
the las) seven years. Harari earn-
ed his Master of Science degree in
psychology at the University of
Miami in June.
He participated in the World
Conference on Jewish Education
in Israel last summer as a dele-
gate of the Council, and continued
his psychological research there.
Raised in Israel. Harari served
I in the Haganah. is now married
and has two children He has serv-
ed a> dean of Temple Sinai's insti-
tute of adult study.
Honor i- a graduate of George
U...... College and the College
of Ji Studies in Chicago, and
h.:~ completed < in si and resi.
ency for the degree of Doctoi
at Dropsn
P ..... .... Hi formerlj sei
f Niles
I( .. ish l
Skokie, 111., and u married a/J
three children.
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* If m # H? ridHftn
Page 3-A
cl Mrs. Marshall Harris (center* at the 31st general
-. of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
-. Philadelphia with Louis Stern (left), of South Orange,
./-elected president of the national board, and Irving
e or Cleveland, outgoing president. As recipient of the
Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish
| ... Harris attended the assembly, and will report
| the executive committee of Federction and to the
[ mmunlty. The award is given in recognition of "out-
u leadership" by a young member of the Jewish
I
Bonn Parliament President
Off on Official Israel Visit
RT I \) -Dr. Eugen
. ir, i>r.....lent of the West
noestag said here on a
erview prior to his leaving
eight-day visit to Israel that
. i v. est < lerma ty's current
i risis ua- onsidered suf-
ason to postpone the visit,
ie West German official will
i i with President Ben-Zvi,
rue Minister David Ben-Gurion
other leading Israelis He will
fcturc ;.t Hebrew I'niversitj on
lave the Germans Changed?
|i tns ,iikI Dangers "'
the intei'. i--". at t le air-
;i [i ..il thai a West Ger-
i mental s Commission
ined the question oi
r< tense political
: oDiiihJ
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situation permitted the Bundestag
president to leave Wesl Germany
and decided in the affirmative.
Asked about West German-ls-
raeli diplomatic relations, Dr.
Gersteinmair said he would study
that matter while he was in Is-
rael even though it was not his
business to negotiate on the
problem.
Dr. Ceisteinmair is coin- to Is-
rael at the invitation ol the Israel
Mission in Cologne. Because there
are no diplomatic relations be-
tween Israel and West Germany, a
reception for him by Knesset
S| cakcr Kaddish Lui is not antici-
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Technion Meeting Here Wednesday
Continued from Paqe 1-A
Builder of Israel, Now a resi.
leril of Miami Beach, Header's
ravels and colorful news expert-'
nces are a source of many "be-
hind-the-scenes" reports and anec-
lotes.
Sharing the platform with Heat-
ter w:ll be Carl Alpert, assistant
to the president of Technion
Israel Institute of Technology in
Haifa. He is the American au-
thor who immigrated to Israel in
1952 wilh his wife and three chil-
dren, and has since become one
Myers Continues
On CJFWF Board
Stanley C. Myers, noted Miami
communal leader, will continue as
a member of the board of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, it was announced
this week by Louis Stern, of New-
ark. N.J., newly-elected president
of the Council. The election took
place in Philadelphia last week at
the banquest session of the 31st
general asembly of the Council.
Myers is past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
chairman of the long-range devel-
opment committee of Federation,
and a member of the committee to
select the recipient of the William
Shroder Award given annually by
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds. Myers is also
chairman of the CJFWF nominat-
ing committee,
CJFWF is the national associa-
tion of 217 local federations, wel-
fare funds, and community coun-
cils in more than 800 communities
throughout the I'nited States and
Canada, which annually raises the
bulk of all American Jewish philan-
thropic funds for local services,
national programs and overseas
needs.
of the best known American
residents in Israel.
His weekly column on life in
Israel is syndicated iii newspapers
throughout the United States and
other parts of the world.
With a student body of some 3.700,
Technion serves both as a college,
instructing young men and women
in basic and advanced lields of
engineering, architecture, and oth-
er technological fields, and is also
Israel's major engineering and in-
dustrial research center.
Highlight of the "four-star" even-
ing will be a community tribute to
14 local citizens who have been
designated as Founders of Tech-
nion by virtue of their financial
support in the past year.
Banquet chairman. Al Sherman,
and honorary chairman. Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, said these indi-
viduals will receive hand-illumi-
nated awards, designed in Israel
as "recognition for their practical
etforts in behalf of the current
building campaign to construct new-
laboratories and school facilities on
the Technion campus in Haifa."
Founders include Samuel El-
man, Mrs. Frances Entine, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy Ham-
erschlag, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Lieberman, Joe Mechlow, Jack S.
Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rif-
kin, Leo Robinson, Jacob Sher,
A. I Uslander, and Miss Eliza-
beth Zentler.
A distinguished guest of honor
will be on hand to participate in
the Founders' Award ceremony. He
is Hon. Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of
Israel for the Southeastern region
of the I'nited States, whose office
is in Atlanta, Ga.
Accepting the invitation from the
South Florida chapter to attend the
banquet. Dover told Sherman he
was particularly anxious to meet
Technion leaders in this part of
CABR/fl HtATTtK
Rabbi Rottman
Will be Honored
Rabbi ii Louis R< ttman, foun-
der and vice president of Mesivta
Hi .h School, will be guest of honor
for the second annual scholarship
dinner to be held Sunday. Dec. 2.
ai Waldman's hotel.
Rabbi Rottman is spiritual lead-
i: ol Beth Israel Congregation, of
Miami Beach.
Chairman for the event, Alex
ander Moscovits, who is chairman
ol the school's board of trusti &,
ill be assisted bj honorary chair
in, Leo Robin* >n, a member of
tlu Mesivta's board <>f trust'
hairmen are Louis Merwitz-
cr, Samuel Reinhard and Harry
Genet Chairman ol arrangements
is 1 mis Pel ack.
Mesivta High, on Normandy
Isle, is in its >nd yi ar of full
schedule opi ratii n. More th in 30
students attei I the school
part ial or c< mpl rte scholar-
ships. It is the ( nlj high school
sot th ol Baltimdfe combinin an
integrated program ol Hebrew and
English studies,
'Record Hop1 Due
At Emanu-EI
Lee Rosenhouse, of Temple
Emanu-EI I'nited Synagogue Youth,
heads the committee arranging the
first record hop of the season Sat-
urday at the North Branch build-
' Ing, 77th st. and Dickens ave
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Shickman and Karen Adier. Ex-
pected are more than 200 teen-
is, who will dance to records
-pun by the popular disc jockey of
WCKR, Rick Shaw, emceeing the
dance.
Shaw also will distribute prizes,
including records and gift certifi-
cates. The "Lollyops and Roses
Hop" will gel under way at 8 p.m.
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1AY U BLNDER____________Correspondent
Volume 35 Number 47
Friday. November 23, 1962
26 Heshvan 5723
A Startling Development
Th^ ^3: e Co.: -.: '.'- .:.h Federations and Welfare
: inds :-. Pr.i.adeirhia was the center for the
-..-.u,\ fathering o: men end women from the
ruled 3.--~s and Canada crc.c^-ec :o the ful-
'rr.e.- I Jewish .-.<;':
The tour-day rr.e^:.:.7 s:ud:ed a variety Oi
'iues which ae the traditional con-
m Jewish Federations ?eiywhere. Great-
.'": .- among them.
B_- the concluc:r.g session served as the
:': I one of the most startling develop-
enta ml American Jew .:=: the
mouncement by Label Ka:z international
,: B'nci B'riih. that his organization's
.-.::-De:---.ation League was studying the
--sr-e..- z: reamhation with the National Com-
jnity ?eiat;ons Advisory Council.
N'CPAC is an overall body incorporating
any ,'-=v.-ish c:vii libertarian organizations
: ros3 the country. Purpose of NCR AC is to
* .-.courage individual communiues to foster
" tal I e w i s h community relations councils,
- hich m turn coordinate the programs of the
: 7il liberties groups operating in their areas.
The Anti-Defamation League and the Amer-
: an Jewish Committee, member agencies of
e Joint Defense Appeal, withdrew from the
CRAC in 1952, following the publication of
e Maclver report. Now that the two agon-
es ant dissolving the JDA, the Label Katz an-
auncetr.ent at the general assembly confer-
aca suggests increasing hope for NCRAC and
s advocates that overall community relations
runcils will one day be the accepted rule.
I
Abba Eban Returns Here
During his tenure as Israel Ambassador to
*-e United States and United Nations, Abba
loan came to the Greater Miami area on
l any occasions.
The community learned of his eloquence
:.. st-hand. being privileged to listen frequently
: the spirited and melodious flow of his words
.- behalf of Israel that member delegations at
- e UN had come to know so welL
Since his return home to assume the post
: Minister of Education and Culture, the Am-
: assador has frankly been missed. This week-
id, he will be visitiog us once again. Mr.
Z xm will speak here Saturday evening at an
'.:rael Bond dinner of tribute to Joseph Lipton.
We take this occasion to say "welcome
: :ck" to one of modern Israel's great diplomat-
iionaries. His direct contribution to the re-
i nerger.ee of a Jewish State in our time is
gion. His decade-long fiery oratory in be-
.' all of his government and his people, both in
ashmgton and at the United Nations, stands
: s a tribute to Mr. Eban.
His participation in the dinner of tribute to
Mr. Lipton on Saturday, himself a dedicated
j*ader of one of America's fast-growing Jewish
: ommunities, will surely make it a memorable
; .casion.
ZOA Region Convention
The 25th anniversary convention this week-
- .d of the Southeast region of the Zionist Or-
anization of America brings together dele-
tes from six states to consider Zionism's pros-
pects for the future.
In the course of four days of active ses-
r.ons, the convention will dedicate itself to the
..-.erne, "We have only just begun."
The problems confronting Zionism here and
' roughout the world since the reemergence of
iel have been compounding year by year.
Certainly in our own nation, and perhaps more
others, the Zio; vement is faced
A FEATURE story r*
** Jerome D. Haroid put>.
li-bed in the Nov 15 t:,UM
of The MumiHerald reports
on a ccmiiaiOHr I had Mth
Harold 'regardrng a rumo
from the chiropractor which
s)aH with Jews and the'ris*
of Communi-m Harold is
chairman of an organisation
called The Commute*- to Wan
Of the Arrival of Communist
Merchandise on the Local Business Scene.
"~* Purpose of the committee is to apply pressure on stores bete to
remove from their inventories food, clothing, and manufactured
items produced in Communist countries. During the past few v,ek-
it has somehow shifted almost exclusively to the salt of Pofaa
ham- in tht Miami area. This displaces from con-idi-ratiur, the
more central]) important aspect- of Jerome D. Harold, the man
Frankly, the hams, themselves, leave me cold. In addition, Dank)
W M ir.n r.i _ro acting director of the Office of Public Services oj
the is Department of State. ha= a succinct reply for the Harold
variety of -elf-appointed guardians of our morality
For example, trade with Iron Curtain COUnlriei :- a two-wa
affair: America imports Communist products, but the >
import American product- as well. Bo>cott them, and they'll ni
the fnvr wherever possible. To itress hi- point. Montei
that the Soviet bloc I me $133 million rl
luring 1961; while our purchasing from then
684 million A specific case is Yugoslavia, where
of trade i- refl< ires: S39 mill

- rich ire min
tin chiropractor sees it I mn mist influence and penel
reach rig ton."
REMEMBER THE HUNGRY
ON YOUR THANKSGIVING DAY
with the prospect of hesitant resolve and un-
certain direction.
That delegates here are pledging them-
selves to the examination of so ambitious a
theme suggests a realistic recognition of the
situation and a determination to reshape Zion-
ism into a meaningful and purposeful program
for this region.
The appearance here of Dr. Max Nuss-
baum. national president of the ZOA, similarly
suggests the Zionist Organization's desire to
leave no possibility unexplored for the revital-
ization of a philosophy that less than two dec-
ades ago achieved the pinnacle of its hope
and its ambition as the instrument of fulfill-
ment of a 2,000-year-old Jewish dream.
Greater Miami Jewry welcomes the dele-
gates to the Southeast region convention here
and wishes success to their deliberations.
On Technion and Truth
It is particularly gratifying, in a world en-
gaged in brinksmanship and gambling with
the odds of near-destruction, to fmd a quiet
concern for education and for the molding of
the mind and the spirit.
This is the concern of the South Florida
chapter of the American Society for Technion.
which next Wednesday evening holds its an-
nual meeting here.
Technion is Israel's world-renowned Insti-
tute of Technology. The ancient Jewish con-
cept, "Out of Zion shall come forth Torah," is
embodied in Technion. For once again, as in
the days of antiquity, Israel is rapidly taking
its place as a foremost center of study in the
Middle East.
Seen from the vantagepoint of Technion,
the pursuit of knowledge is geared toward sci-
entific research and education. And, in the
twentieth century world, it is excellence in this
that assures Israel's chances for survival and
progress.
The men and women of Technion here can
thus feel secure that their assistance to this
Israeli institution of higher learning does more
than bring forth Torah out of Zion. Indeed.
Technion. launched in 1912 and founded in
1924, more than two decades prior to the re-
birth of Israel, has contributed significantly to
bringing forth Zion out of Torah.
:
WHAT WAS IfFT OUT
IN A COLUMN ben 23, I described Harolds k
' and my !< i river il n With him. also -
rts i" pressure Zayre Stores ,i- reported in the .'
issue "i "The Citizen Speaks." an ultra-right wing i
ilel published by S J I irden, ol Key Biscayni
Arthur W. Kane, manager ol Zayre Stores, reprrx'ue.
uary issue, declares: all the merchandise ma;
CommUNist fsic) countries righl after receiving your first
De< IS have (been) shipped out of our store
It seems that Hamld and his committee are now enjoyii in-
creasing degrees of success. Hut. to repeat, all of this leavi
cold: the State Department explanation should be enough to
into proper perspective the aims of the Harold committee. K
part, although they have been ineptly displaced by interest in P ..-li
hams. I am more concerned about the purposes of the chiroprai r'j
organization: and. as already suggested, these can best be under^.-d
by studying Harold, himself, within the framework of his associa'.: as,
If the Miami Herald story of Nov. 15 makes reference to a
Harold memo on "Jews and the rise of Communism." it also reports
his denial of my charge that he deals in the coin of anti-Semitism:
Harold said Wednesday that his group is not anti-Semitic, that some
of his committee members are Jewish, and he felt the Jews are no
more responsible than other groups for the rise of Communism.'
But my Feb. 23 column reproduced the contents of the memo,
labeled "From the Desk of Dr. Jerome D. Harold." and circulated
in the mail here: "Finally, our race is waking up! Without the Jew-
ish race Communism would never have gotten off the ground. After
it wins the world, they'll put us all six feet into it." This memo, -ub-
stantiating my charge. The Miami Herald did not reproduce. Neither
did it report the substance of my telephone conversation with the
chiropractor.
MHN B/tCH JOC/irr TAKIS MOIKt
IT WOULD BE wasteful to repeat in detail the information rev.
in my Feb. 23 column. Suffice it to say. Dr. Harold at first de-
nied knowledge of the offensive memo. Then, he shrugged off all
connection with it. Finally, he confessed to having written and cir-
culated it. but vigorously declared that there was nothing anti-Serr
about himself, his committee, or the note, adding the inevit.V
"some of my best friends ."
What are the Miami chiropractor's affiliations? "The Cit
Speaks." one of the early sources of information on the Harold cam
paign. bills itself as "Christian. Constitutional, and Conservati.<
The January issue reproduces an open letter to Senators Smather-
and Holland: "They (the newspapers) scream daily of the Adolph
Kighman (sic) trial, and how he supposedly helped exterminate
6.000.000 Jews. What they don't mention is the fact that 20 y
ago, the U.S.A. was sending thousands of Christian boys over t
to stop these atrocities."
In another reference to this. Publisher Carden declares "We
fought a war on behalf of the persecuted Jews, and thousan.'- ol
gallons of Christian blood were spilled." Then, there are t:
quaint comments out of the anti Semite's primer: "The mone)
changers had better wake Up because the money spenders are begin-
ning to" and "They who will not tolerate Christmas in OL'K sell
Should not profit by Christmas in THEIR stores."
In the July. 1962 Bulletin of the John Birch Societv. publishi
in Belmont. Mass.. appears under the title. "Slave Labor Goods.
this telling item: "There has been formed, and is now functionn:-
The Committee to Warn of the Arrival of Communist Merchandise
on the Local Business Scene' Miami 38. Florida. We are sure
they would be glad to hear from any of our chapters or member-
el sew here ..."
IDEAL VIIW Of AM IDIAL PftlSS
IN ANOTHER ISSUE of the John Birch Society Bulletin, additional
reference is made to the Harold committee, together with the
charge "that our State Department is behind much of the pressure
which is flooding American retail shelves with slave labor merchan-
dise this is all part of that planned leveling process' betw
nations by which oui State Department is determined to make
it easier for the Communists to merge all of us together into a Social
ist one world economy under a Communist one -world government
Such irresponsible terminology is fundamental to the semantu-
of the bigot's primer. For example, a "Freedom Voice" recording, re-
ported in a column here last week, in similar wording extended it*
sympthj on Nov. 9. two days following the death of Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, to "UN lovers, do-gooders, extreme middle of the roadei
dupes ami sympathisers." The Blrchite "explanation" "f state D
partmenl intentions for the U.S. suggests, in addition, the "in
Continued on Page 6 A


Friday. November 23. 1962
vJewisti fhrktiar
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AWUAl MUTING SET DEC. 2
Burnett Roth Nominated to Second Term
As Board Chairman of Florida ADL
BURNtll ItOIH
Former Miamian
In Top Position
S !ney Glazier, national executive
i tor of the Eleanor Roosevelt
pr Foundation, was elected
.. t-i ti rj of the Foundation at a
recent meeting t the board of
i\ Dl -S.
Glazier has also been appointed
l>v President Kennedy to serve as
a consultant to the new committee
headed bj Adlai E Stevenson to
carry on the humanitarian work of
the late Mrs. Franklin D. Roose-
velt. The committee will meet in
Washington on Tuesday.
(; lazier was a long-time resident
<>i Miami Beach prior to assuming
his post with the Eleanor Roose-
velt Cancer Foundation. While
here. he was city manager of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Slate of officers and memhers of
the executive committee to be pre-
sented to the Dec. 2 annual metiny
of the Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B*rith
will include some new. as well as
veteran leaders, Jack Fink, nomi-
nating committee chairman, re-
vealed Wednesday.
Nominated for n second term as
hoard chairman is Burnett Roth.
Succeeding Judge Milton Friedman
and Sam I. Silver, who have sen-
e! maximum terms in office as
'he League's Dade county vice
chairmen, are two new officers,
William I. Pallol and Henry E
Wolff. Friedman and Silver join
past officers Benjamin Meyers and
George J. Talianoff as trustees.
Chairman of the hoard of trustees
i.s Paul Seiderman.
Al L. Schneider, president of
the Jacksonville Jewish Common-
ty Council, and member of ADL's
national civil rights committee,
was nominated for a second term
as vice chairman from the state
at large.
Sam A. Goldstein, completing his
first year in office as chairman
o! the policy-making executive
committee, was renominated to his
post. The olfiee of treasurer, held
by Jack F'ink. will again receive
the B'nai Brith leader's name in
nomination, and Nate Perlmutter.
ADL's executive director for Flor-
ida, was renominated as secretary.
Three new community leaders
will be presented for membership
in the executive committee: Tem-
ple Beth Ara's Rabbi Herbert
Baumguard; Harry Botwick. of
Florida State Theatres; and A.
David Rayvis, longtime B'nai
B'rith leader.
Other Dade members up for re-
nomination to the executive com-
mittee are honorary board chair
man. Leonard L. Abess, William
Alper, Miami Commissioner Sidney
Aronovitz. Judge Irving Cypcn.
Dads .Sta.tc Attorney Richard E.
Gerstcin, Ernest Janis, George
Kronengold. Dr. Irving Lehrman.
E. Albert Pallot. Harry Simonhoff.
Mrs. Bernard Supworth. Sanford
Swerdlin, and Harry Zukernick
Roth, a national commissioner
of the League, and a member of
its national executive committee,
has been associated with the tight
against anti-Semitism since 1930,
when he was Florida correspond-
ent for the late Richard E. Gut-
stadt, during whose captaincy of
the League, it climbed to nation-
al prestige in the field of civil
libertarian affairs.
An active participant in Hie
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
formation in 1938. Roth was prom-
inent in the counteraction programs
ol those days against the German-
American Bund, and the then
mushrooming anti-Semitic organi-
zations, spending hall of each day
as a volunteer ADL staffer In
1941. he assumed the presidency
ol Sholom Lodge, and in 194'J en-
listed in the U.S. Army
Upon discharge in 1945. he re-
assumed his dedication :o corr.mu -
ity relations programs. He org;
ized chapters of the American Vet-
erans, Conjmittee in Florida, v -,
president of the Dade County A\ .
and Florida commander of t ;
Jewish War Veterans i-i JW7
Roth, president of th* Uoni
District of Miami in 1931) #mel 193
and president of MirWi Beac*
Zionists District in 194fc i**3 >949
has continued his intere;,t in I
rael, ar.d is currently f-*der
of the American Zionist Cc-unc I
of South Florida His v. ^ang-
of interest and service **end
from his founder's ret ft-
Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Greater
Miami, to his appointment a
chairman of the Miami Et.ih C
vilian Defense Community Surv
val Committee.
He was a member Iiaml
Bi ach City (ouncil i< ea
and \ice mayor tor tv He
brings to his OOSl a- tl i ha. -
man of ADL. experience at a n -
tional commissioner, national exec-
utive committee member, thai'-
man of the ADL's N. iona] W -
crimination Committe and na-
tional vice chairman Civil
Bights Committee.
Israelite Center
Model Sabbath
Durirc the annual model Sabbath
program at Israelite Center reli
4; gious school to he held Sunday. 11
a m in the social hall, students
will present excerpts of the Sab
''i-.th service.
Also on the program will be ;i
-peeial choir group, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Hush Berman,
rmi*ic teacher in the Sunday school
i pertinent Mrs. Louis Cohen will
i at tl e i iano.
I olli wing the service, a tradi-
.1 Fri. a> nighl home observ-
. i,i i presi ated.
program is being supen i->-;
j Sholom Epelbaum, head lie
, Bcbo 'I teacher, and Mr- Her-
rl /i- man, Sunday school prin-
< ipal.
Ral bi Malavsky. princi-
1 of th.' religious school, will
' Qm guests, and the Dora
Stein Sisterhood will serve
Mrs Phillip Richman, of the
Sisterhood, i- in charge of chll-
pen's act.* itiea
Shafkin Elected
I ^ Honorary Chief
Louis Shafkin. charter member
and president of the South Shore
i itizens Club, was elected honor-
ary life president at a meeting re-
cently.
Organized in 1950 with a mom-
hership now of over 500. the Club
meets the first Tuesday of the
month at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.
oilier new officers are Max D.
Cioldhagen, Sam Abolafia and Sam
\incs, vice presidents; Mrs Sam
Vbolafia, recording secretary; Mrs.
ie Tulin, financial secretary;
. Shirlej Kahn, treasurer,
Beth Shiran
Youth to Meet
Barry Burak, son .. 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Harry lur..k. ol 5401 SW 62nd ave.,
ill be he! at a n gular meeting
,t, le Beth Shirah Youth
ip ii turday, Dec 2. 8 p m .
t the home of Rabbi and Mis
[orris A. Shop, 3.-.H Riviera Plans will he made for ;i Chanuka
~ nee by the executive committee.
listing of Burak. Aden* Skop.
lacki Siegel, Paul Conrad, and F.(T-
ilie Cohen
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Lipton to be Feted at Bond Dinner
9.
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the community and the State of
Israel. For many years, he has
had a vital role in civic and philan-
thropic efforts on a national and
local level, as well as on behalf of
the Slate of Israel.
President of Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., one of the
largest in the United States, Lip-
ton has been a prominent figure
in the growth of Greater Miami.
Presi ent of Temple F.manu-F.l
and a patron of the Dade County
Outstanding Citizens Awards, he
was made an honorary "Outstand-
ing Citizen" Here hist April He is
trustee and secretary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, and serves on the Citi-
zen's Committee of the University
ot Miami.
Las) month, Dr Henry King
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ment of him when the Israeli diplomat was his government's
Ambassador to the United States and United Nations.
Mr. Eban first achieved worldwide prominence when he
served as official liaison between the Jewish community of Pales-
line and the United Nations committees which deliberated the
Palestine problem in Geneva and at Lake Success
In 1949, as the youngest international spokesman at the UN,
he presented Israel's position at the General Assembl) session
which voted to admit Israel a* a member of the United Nations.
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spokesman to the Jewish communities of the United States. He
has helped creati luring links between American .lews and the
people of Israel. From the very beginning ol the Israel Bond
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theme of a panel discussion Mon-
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i gaiion as part of Jewish Book
Month, observed throughout the
United States from Nov. 16 to Dec.
16.
The meeting is sponsored joint-
ly by the Men's Club and PTA of
the synagogue and the Bureau f
Jewish Education.
Panelists are Leo Mindlin,
executive editor of The Jewish
Floridian, and Hilary Mindfin,
book review editor, with Mrs.
Maurice Lasxlo as moderator.
Works to be discussed include
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by Leon Uris, "Joseph and His
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in-. ," bj .Klines Joy< e,
A display of current Jewish fic-
tion will be arranged bj Mrs.
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chairman, Leroj Levy. \Uu Club
program chairman, and Herbert
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Befh David USY Party
Beth David United Synagogue
Youth held a party on Sunday, in
the Beth David Youth Lounge.
Continued from Page 1-A
and could not apply. Dr. Gold-
mann declared that there was
increasing uneasiness amonq
many thousands of victims of
Nazism waiting to benefit from
the reeded changes in the law
and he hinted at the possibility
of public demonstrations against
the lag.
lie said that while he bad much
understanding lor the fiscal con-
siderations, the requested legisla-
tion would not increase current ex-
penditures for restitution and com-
pi nsation but would at best only
bring an extension of the deadline
for filing claims by several years.
lie emphasized that such legisla-
tion from its inception had been
based on the principal that, as a
moral obligation of the new Ger-
many, it had priority over all nor-
mal obligations both of the federal
and state governments.
He cited a statement by Finance
Minister Heinz Starke in the West
German Parliament on the coun-
try's 1963 federal budget to the
effect that the Federal Govern-
ment regarded final legislation on
indemnification as a debt of honor
Oil the part of the Germans.
Dr. Heinz Starke. West German
Finance Minister, told the Parlia-
ment this week he hoped that a
bill would be submitted "in the
next few months" lo make pos-
sible compensation payments for
claimants still not covered. He
reiterated that the Federal Gov-
ernment considered such action "a
debt of honor" on the part of tlie
German people.
Reviewing the ten years since
the West German Government had
signed agreements with Israel for
reparations and with the Confer
ence on Material Claims Against
Germany for compensation. Dr.
Starke said that so far some 20
billion marks iS5 billion' had been
pi : and that another 8 billion
marks (P2 billion) to 10 billion
marks ($2.5 billion) remained to
be paid.
B'nai B'rith made known this
week it had appealed.to German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer,
who was visiting Washington,
for his "personal attention" to
correcting "inequities" in West
German indemnification pay-
ments.
President Label A. Katz. of B'nai
B'rith, also asked Chancellor
Adenauer to intervene to expedite
a restitution of SI .250.000 due
B'nai B'rith. Mr. Katz pointed out
that the Germans had only paid
one half of a settlement sum
reached in May. 1959. The restitu-
tion covered B'nai B'rith assets
and property confiscated by the
Nazis.
In urging revisions in the indent
nification law, Mr. Katz said ma-
jor Jewish organizations have
pointed out to West German offi-
cials that technicalities in the ex-
isting laws have denied thousands
il victims the right to claim com
' pensation to which they are moral-
ly entitled.
Stafford, president of the Univer-
sity of Miami, announced that Lip-
ton is among the civic and
cultural leaders who have been
ranied to the board of selections
for "Men of Letters. Arts and
Science of Florida" with distinct
contributions to the cultural life of
Israel.
His most recent trip to Israel
took place in October. 1960. as a
member of a Study Mission.
A graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania, with the degree of
Bachelor of Science in econom-
ics, Liotcn has been prominently
identified with real estate activ-
ity and insurance, as well as
banking, and is one of the found-
ers of Dac'e Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.
He has served in the Dade coun-
ty chapter ot the American Red
Cross as treasurer, and in 1951 was
ueneral chairman of the Dade
county fund drive In 1961, he was
chairman of the Greater Miami
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign.
Among other organizations in
which he is an active leader are
the American Legion, Kiwanis
Club. Ancient Order of the Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine. Scottish liight
Temple and Mahi Temple, and the
YMHA.
Samuel Frie Hand, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization and honorary president
ot Temple Kmanu El, revealed
that as a token of esteem, a Book
of Honor, including tributes from
inizations, friends, and com-
munity leader-, will be presented
to Lipton at the dinner.
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Sisterhood of Temple Sinai will
sponsor a Thanksgiving square
dance on Saturday evening.
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Friday. November 23,
1962
OFWF Studies Jewish Needs at Home, Abroad
The agencies vv ho*e b
reviewed by the Li B<
CaaMnaad from Page 1-A
sf Jewish Federation*
. nd W*.-are Funds at the nation-
al > iir-uliim's 31 it general
Aaaewhly at the Hotel Sheraton
ere.
it presidentt Louis J
\ ore; D L Harris. To-
rlos L Israeli
tnin Lazr is. X V
lore I Re-
pres
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I ': Lewis
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Trie the associal
councils ctral
rganizat ns sen
eas i r X :
L'niU Can-
_ j raises the I -' I tU
. v..-- Janthropic funds
J > Meyerhoff United Jew-
th A;jl general chairman, re-
aan*J at intensifying refugee
?ro6>*-i n France and the con-
irK,<*$ -eavy influx into Israel
.,- ? a- r*g a recommendation at
he UJA annual national confer-
nc* i December for a multi-
nili.a- stellar Special Fund to
upo> ;-.- the UJA's regular
H3 :i-3iign. He added that
he U. -l -nust ask the American
Jew->-" :ammunity to give top
.A*ii-------3pic prior'ty to the
-eed> i- srael's immigrants and
3 i ?- wirmi.'
;; Jordan, overseas li
- :. said :-
had poured ii
Free, ing the past -i\ yean
u h tie refugees from the
\ Dating .- -ummer in the events
leadsfig to .Nigeria's independence
Ke j^l IM.0M Jews entered France
influx of "tidal wave
propert on*"' which had helped
-h population
froB! '-- than 300.000 in 1956 to
c re ; 500,000 currently, mak-
. tfce F-e>h Jewish community
tie fo largest ii the world
H-* Gs ed jobs, housing, child
.rt. > lad care of the aged as
*-.e c Menu facing the JDC,
the Fo da Juif Ur.ifiethe main
. u ration
- and t French Government He
th<
JDC felt it necessary to ure> He cited the fact
proMde considerable edditi March l^i. when the Agency bud-
;he French Jewish comnuir.- & tor 1*1-62 was to become e -
irj speed refugee integration feetive a certau country ot emi-
noted that the JDC expen gratia Uesuj pened up ana
lil res -. France cut sharps mi I reed revision of the budget tig-
its 1962 Derating r J
that m Dancing Jewish day schools
5 in 27 -
arn< thai .'- s Iher coun-
ng Israel rbere JDC
. ... n
r aged i
-'.; af-
funds
Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant
-: Unite* Israel Appeal-Jew-
uh Agency for Israel, reported
? ha* I>^a5, s continued high r^e
of i-prrugration was complicated
both by the general low health
rate o' the newcomers and by
uncertainties" as to what points
of immigration might develop and
v.hat transportation would be
needed. As a result, he said, the
Jewish Agency never knows in
advance how many will arrive in
a given month or the extent of
the health problem which must
be dealt with on arrival.
He also noted that sometimes
- : reed '-he Jewish
se ns or i

r..." set fig
ided. immigra-
udget
ed for At '

ts doors ai

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Is a result
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as Wl eeds forced
the Agei : I --" '
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slight than $6.00"
... v. ected fix::
IMA. he said.
The Assembly also considered in
sessions the role of fed-
- in aiding Jewish educa-
[saac Toubin. director of the
Association I r .'
Education, presented a summary
ings ol the AAJE on fi-
Hope Raised ADL May
Return to Council Ranks
Continued from Page 1-A
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. S'CRAC
thai this
. i sol ai as: in
He reported on his negotaataoas
v. ith the ADL and AJC He said
^fter tne two orsanuations
had decided to terminate their
.vint fund-raising activites at the
'he year, he besan to ex-
plore with the ADL whether it
with the S'CRAC lead-
irectly to consider relatioo-
- ps
The assembl} adopted a resolu-
tion expressing hope that discus-
; under way by the
CJFWF nth the agencies active
i of Jewish comn
lead
lo a su ithin
: HO
"Events of grave national con-
cern c ntinue to add to the urgen-
cy of the need for cooperation by
all Jewish agencies in the tieid ot
Jevtuh commur.it> relations, the
reaohatioo said. "These events
make it Decessary tu extend be-
yond thv coordination of the worn
of six national and 62 local ai.>l
regional agencies achieved through
the NCRAC. and to involve the
American Jewish Committee and
the B'nai B r:th .\.nti-DetamaUon
League We reaffirm the call for
the extension ol cooperation, and
puce utmost importance upon the
discussions currently under way
oy the CJF^F .:n the
for this purpose." the resolution
said.
assembl) als pted a
ml .:.....ng iu whole-
principle
: separat church an state
Pointing Ucieni
trme has guaranteed r.iiiious
torn (or a.i. j.-.o. baa .-.-.eo
as a boon to religion, the resolu-
tion .-.. are pi I .. ^on-
.ed th3t governmental aid to
reUgwuslj contr lied schooli
frotesta ,r Jewish __
':;e form of long-term,
interest loans i Hitrigbl rais-
es. I do a gravi disservice
and public educa-
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Friday, November 23. 1962
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Page 9-A
'
Ztt4 Opens Six State Convention
Scm C. Levenson (right), vice chairman of the national cam-
:, :or Reform Judaism, is presented with a Ram's Horn
for his "dedicated service" to Reform Judaism at the kickoff
impaign dinner of the Southeast region at the Dupont Plaza
hotel Making the presentation is Irving S. Schneider, exec-
utive vice chairman of the Combined Campaign for the Union
ot American Hebrew Conqregations and the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Label Katz. international
president of B'nai B'rith was guest speaker at the event.
BB Youth Will Convene Here
Some .50 Jewish high school stu-
dents representing B*nai B'rith
. chapters in the State of Flor-
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Ida will gather for their annual
convention at Camp Owaissa Bauer.
Naranja, Fla.. from Dec. 27 to 31.
i' was announced by Mrs. Henry
Steinhauser, president of the Mi-
ami BBYO board of directors.
Focus of the four-day event will
be Jewish ethics in a vitriolic so-
nny, with special consideration to
be given to the Latin American
picture and how Jewish youth can
relate to it in a "People-to-People"
or Amigo'type program.
I'll- group will be convened by
Kenneth Friedman, president of the
Florida Aleph Zajik Aleph. and a
freshman now attending the Uni-
i versity of South Carolina, and Bon-
nie Frankel. president of B'nai
. B'nai Girls, freshman at the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Resource for the conclave will be
the Judaism pamphlet series pub-
\ lished by the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization. In addition to the
basic theme of the meetings, con-
tests will be held for both AZA and
RF.G in sports, oratory and story-
telling.
Convention coordinators are
Mitch Porias, Coral Cables, fresh-
man at the University of Miami,
and Linda Salter. Hollywood, a
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ence would be open to the public.
Louis B. Rudnick. of Coral
Cables, national vice president of
the ZOA. was to address Florida
delegates Thursday. 10 a.m., and
outline programs for the coming
year.
At 8:15 p.m., Thursday, Leo
Mincfiin, executive editor of The
Jewish Floridian, was to be key-
note speaker at the opening sess-
ion of the conference, with the
theme slated as "Israel Today."
Also participating in the program
were to be Mortimer May, of
Nashville, Tenn., past national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and Israel
Feiden, of St. Augustine, Fla.,
president of the region.
Beginning 10 a.m., Friday, the
Zionist Youth Commission for the
region will hold an all-day meet-
, ing in the Embassy room. At 1
p.m., there will be a forum. "He-
brew Education in the United
States and the Hebrew Day School."
Zvi Bergcr. assistant director oi
the Greater Miami Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, will be coordinator.
Delegates to the conference will
conduct their own religious ser-
vices Friday, 6 p.m., in the Em-
bassy room. Herman Weintraub,
president of Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, will be in charge
of the service with M. Finkclstcin.
of Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Special services will follow at 8:15
p.m., in Congregation Beth Shol-
om, 1725 Monroe st.. Hollywood,
with Rabbi Mendelowitz officiat-
ing, i
Sabbath services on Saturday i
will be in the Embassy room, with
Rabbi David Raab, of Savannah,1
Ga., as spiritual leader, and the
Brandeis Zionist District of Miami j
Beach as host to the kiddush fol- \
lowing.
Mist Yurka Mann, director of
the Jerusalem Art Center, will .
give a talk on Israeli art at 1:30
p.m., discussing the exhibit of ,
Israeli paintings in the Conv tion Hall of the Diplomat being
held in conjunction with the Zion- !
1st meeting here.
At 2:30 p.m., Broward chapter |
and North Dade chapter of Hadass-
ah will hostess an Oneg Shabbat,
with the program geared toward
the theme. "Our Zionist Youth
Movement." Participating will be
Bernard Weisberg, New York City,
national director of Young Judea;
George Stern, director of the South-
east region. Zionist Youth Com-
mission; Lila Reisman, Atlanta,
Ga.. chairman of Camp Judea.
and president of the Southeast re-
gion of Junior Hadassah; and Mal-
colm Minsk. Atlanta, chairman,
South Zionist Youth Commission.
"Inside Israel" is the title of a
program scheduled Saturday even-
ing. 8:15 p.m. Harold Shapiro,:
president of Miami Beach Zionist
Bistrict, will be chairman. Fea-
tured will be Zeev Z. Dover, Is-
rael Consul for the Southeast re-
gion of the United States, and Gab-
riel Heattcr, nationally-known radio
and television news analyst
Dr. Max Nussbaum, of Holly-
wood, Calif., national president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, will be honored at a
session Sunday, 10 a.m., with the
Miami-Cables Zionist District,
Eph Collins, president, as hosts
in the Cafe Crisal. Leo Robin-
son, of Miami Beach, will be host.
11:30 a.m.. an "Israeli Pro-
session is scheduled, tea-
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Friday, November 23, 1962
Tony Martin to Spark
Mount Sinai Hospital
Jubilee Ballon Dec. 15
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Mt Sinai Hospital's Jubilee
3all. to be held at the Diplomat
lotel on Saturday evening, Dec
15. "ill feature two spectacular
lighlights, according to chairman,
3en Kline
i ie first is the appearance of
Tony Martin, who will fly to Mi
Mli Beach with a package show
o honor Mt Sinai Hospital. The
>eeond will be a prize of an
Around the World" trip for two
o be awarded to a lucky "at-
endee."
Kline, trustee and founder of
Mt. Sinai, said that the Jubilee
3all will commemorate for the
no 13 years of sharing the respon-
sibility of hcaline all who come
o its doors, regardless of race,
olor. creed or the ability to pay."
According to Dr. and Mrs. Les-
ter Uussin. chairman of the steer-
tag committee for the ball, addi-
tional details tor the evening are
being finalized and w ill include
luxurious mementoes, a mini-
mum of speeches and an even-
ing t remember."
Additional chairmen are Mrs
Jerry Blank, entertainment; Mrs.
Leonard Friediand and Mr. John
l'oulos, decorations: Mrs Inez
Krensky, prizes; Mr. and Mrs
Sam Blank, reception; and Ernest
Janis, tickets.
.lanis stated that reservations
are moving very rapidly and "an-
ticipates a complete sell-out"
Further information may be ob-
tained by calling the Develop-
ment Office at Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal, .IK 2-3611
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Sam Gertner. executive director of Mt. Sinai, and to I. Gerald Lewis, president, and M;-x
approves details for the hospital's Jubilee Ball Orovitz, chairman of the hospital's board,
as Ben Kline (second from left) reports to him
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T following are among those Leo a Chaikin, Mr and Mrs
io have already made table
eservations :*>r the Jubilee Ball
Mr and Mrs Leonard Abess.
\| and Mrs. Sidney I) .V -
\lr and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr and
\Ir-. William Brenner. Mr. and
kirs. Benjamin Bronston. Mr. and
.Irs Arthur Burrell, Mr. and Mis
Max V Cogen, Mr and Mrs Ed-
ward I. Cowen, Mr and Mrs
A C Fine. Dr. and Mis Stanley
Frehling. Mr. and Mrs Samuel
land, Mr and Mrs Mae
Cache. Mr. and Mrs Louis A
Glasser, Dr and Mrs Sol B, Gold
Jubilee Week Calendar of Events
Anniversary Week at Mt Sinai will be celebrated Dee !>
through 15. and will include the following activities-
Monday noon:
Special Luncheon and Tour tor representatives of the Press
Evening: Founders' Club Stag Dinner
Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Open House Tour'- for the puhhc conducted by the Tour lom-
mittee ol the Women- Auxiliary, with refreshments to follow.
Wedresday: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Brunch for at! members ol the Medical Staff. Dental staff,
and Mouse Statt. with nurfling supervisors and head nurses
a- SD< t :.,i Jin -' -
Thursday: I- .- in the Cafeteria for all employees
Friday: >':,:,! tray greetings tor all patients under the aus
thi Favor Committee ol the Auxiliary.
Saturday, 7:00 p.m.: Jubilee Ball at the Diplomat Hotel
In tioi special lettci I thanks to ..il volunteers from
J. Gerald L' cf thi hospital, and from the hoard ol
trustees a :<: letter ns and groups m the commun-
ity have bi en included in tlr.s week-long celebration.
man. Mr and Mr- Sam A Gold-
Stein,
Mr and Mrs. Paul I! Cordon.
Mr and Mrs. Nathan S Gutnen-
ick, Mr and Mr.- Louis Harris,
Mr, and Mis S .! Hemian. Mr
anil Mr- Ernes) Jants Mi' and
Mrs Aaron Kanncr. Dr and Mrs
Sherman it Kaplan. Mr and
Mrs.Benjamin <; Kline, Mr and
Mrs Mick] Kraus, Mr- Inez
Krensky, Mr. and Mrs Sam t'
Levenson, Dr. and Mrs. Yale
l.e\ lllsoll
Mr. .1 Gerald Lewis, Dr and
Mrs Alexander Libow, Mr. an.I
Mrs. George Light, Mr and Mrs.
Joseph M Lipton. Mr and Mrs.
Leon Lowenstein, Mr. and Mr-
William B MacDonald, Jr.. Dr.
and Mrs. Leon II Manheimer.
Mr ar.d Mrs Alex G. Manson.
Mr and Mrs .1 N McArthur. Mr.
and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer. Mr.
and Mrs A. J. Molasky. Mr. and
Mrs Robert Moll. Mr' and Mrs
Max Orovitz. Mr. and Mrs. David
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
C. Porter.
Mr and Mrs Joseph M Hose.
Mr and Mrs, Sam H. Rogt, Mr.
and Mrs Dan B. Ruskin. Mr and
Mrs. Max Schlossberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Shcr. Mr. and Mr-
Saul Silberman, Mr. and Mrs
William D. Singer. Mr. and Mrs
John Serlnn. Mr and Mrs. Joseph
R Stein. Mr and Mrs Irving
Tillis. Dr. and Mrs. .lack Widrich.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A Won
'Some of the members of the advisory commit- Lewis, Max Orovitz, Jose Reyes, Mrs. Leonard
ee at last v.eek's Jubilee Eall meeting for Mt. Wien, David Phillips, Micky Kraus. Standing
Sinai Hospital are seated (around table begin- (left to riaht are Dr. Leon Manheimer, Mrs.
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Janis, ticket chairman.
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A Rabbi Returns tc Israel After Four Years
"I came down from I he El AI
plane bearing the Torah we had
brought I" Israel {or the future
n idents <>I Mo Ami." Dr Irv-
ing Lohrinan reminiseed.
The Temple Emanu-El spiritual
leader has just returned from a
irip to Ihe Jewish State as a mom-
ber of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish National Fund Council pil-
griraage which left hero Oct. 23
in dedicate Me Ami. this com-
munity's twin city in the Gali-
lee.
Some 200 children greeted us."
he recalled. "Later, when our
JNF group aproache.l Jerusalin
in the bus put at our disposal, I
suggested that we all stand up.
and in the moving vehicle we
recited 'Shehecheyanu.'
"There wasn't a dry eye
among us," said Rabbi Lehr-
man, "for now we were in Is-
realthe Land of the Bible. Is-
real is currently in her four-
teenth year. But she is 4,000
years old reckoning by our heri-
tage. It is this awesome per-
spective of our Jewish history
that moved each one of us so
mightily."
Dr. Lehrman was last in Is-
rael four years ago on two visits
there in less than as many
months!" He had gone Initially to
lake part in the celebration of
Ihe Jewish State's 10th anniver-
sary on the fifth day of the He-
brew month lyar (May. 1958).
Hardly had he returned to Miami
lieach when, as a member of
ihe Interfaith Commission of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, he was called upon in
June of that year to undertake a
trip to the Middle Bast, including
Israel, and the Soviet Union.
What were the changes in the
intervening years? "The change
is phenomenalmiraculous." de-
clared Dr. Lehrman. "For ex-
ample, we were driving toward
Bcersheba in the Negcv. Last
lime I was there, you could gaze
as far as the eye permittedand
just about all you saw were sandy
stretches. Now it is all com-
pletely green.
"Or take Ashdod, which is one
of Israel's fantastic seaports. It
is literally being built over night:
a city to house a population of
over 250,000 peopleall preplan-
ned. It won't be very long be-
fore Ashdod outdoes Haifa. And
Just imagine, it will he Ihe home
mainly of newcomers to Israel
The mayor of Ashdod is an immi-
grant himself, who came there
-i\ years ago from Egypt."
According to Habbi Lehrman.
"Everything you see is impress-
iveand emerging from the hori-
zon in the twinkling of an eye.
We can truly say 'bimhayra
v'yamenu' because it is all hap-
pening so fast."
Neither is the development
confined to new communities
alone. "Tel Aviv and Jerusal-
me," he observed, "boast new
areas and new construction that
did not exist on my last trip
there. The last time I left Is-
rael, the new Hadassah Hospi-
tal was just beginning to rise
from the ground And I was at
the dedication ceremony of the
new Hebrew University campus
four years ago.
Dr. Irving Lehrman addresses guests at a "welcome dinner"
in Jerusalem for members of the Me Ami caravan. Ambassa-
dor Yaakov Tsur (left), world chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, and Gideon Hausner (right), internationally-renowned
state prosecutor in the Adolf Eichmann trial, look on.
"Today, the hospital is a vig-
orous reality, and the new He-
brew University campus is one
of the most beautiful I have ever
seen. And speaking of centers ot
higher education: Technion City
in Haifa is a joy lo behold.
"Everything you see. absolute-
ly everything, excites your admi-
ration. But our most thrilling ex-
perience was at Ihe dedication of
Me Amithe central purpose of
our dedication pilgrimage. We
were escorted along new roads to
the Me Ami site, and our party
included Rabbi Kahana. of the
Israel Ministry of Religion, and
Ambassador Yaakov Tsur. worid
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, sponsor of the project.
"As Ambassador Tsur said In
his introductory remarks," Dr.
Lehrman recalled. "Ihe area
showed nowhere a blade of grass,
nowhere a tree, nowhere a drop
water
"Bui someday Me Ami will have
people living there in a thriving
community, and all of us reaf-
firmed our faith in the future of
Me Ami by planting trees."
During the dedication pro-
gram, the Temple Emanu-El
spiritual leader presented the
Torah he brought from Miami
to Dr. Kahana "to hold in trust
for the people of Me Ami, who
will someday build a synagogue
and live here." In turn. Dr.
Kahana presented an Israeli
Torah to Dr. Lehrman to bring
back to Miami in gratitude to
this Jewish community.
"You know." Rabbi Lehrman
observed, "you can't move very
far in Israel without seeing evi-
dence of the fine work being
done by the Jewish National
Fund The plain of Jezreel, for
example, between Nazareth and
the mountains of Sumaria. was
not loo many years ago an area
infested with malaria. They tell
stories that the birds which acci-
dently flew over the plain died
shortly thereafter.
"The JNF bought the land for
750 pounds and reclaimed it To-
day, it is a Bight fantastic I,, lie.
hold And SO, loo, with Ihe lluleh
swamp region now being dev<
ed ait,:- lying fallow tor untold
generations, Kverywhere there
]- repealed evidence of this Jew-
ish National Fund phenomenal
achievement: .INF has plant, I
some ati.000,000 trees in Us land
reclamation and afforestation
program- in Israel during Ihe
past decade
And what of Israel "general-
ly?"
"It is like walking in a Blddur
a prayer book." Dr. Lehrman
declared. "But one of the inter-
esting things is the growing in-
terest in a return to ancient Jew-
ish tradition. Until recently, lor
example. Independence Day was
principally a secular celebration.
Now. special booklet, are avail-
able with liturgies marking the
occasion, including Psalms and
other sacred wirtings I attend-
ed mam services while in Israel.
At one service in Tel Aviv, the
world-renowned opera star. Jan
Peerce, officiated at Musaf.
"There seems to be a newly-
developing hunger for tradition-
al practice, and perhaps here
is the explanation for the fact
that the Conservative and the
Reform movements of Judaism
in the United States are now
building headquarters there,
when they were not welcome
before.
Rabbi Schiff Will Tour L. America
A two-week "good will lour" of
I .iliu America on behalf ol the
Hebrew Academy and Ihe Mesivta
Senior High School of Greater Mi-
ami will he made by Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, a member ol the board
of directors.
Rabbi Schi'f, vice president of
the Rabbinical Assi. of Greater
Miami, and spiritual leader of
Congregation Belh El. will leave
I'i re Sun,lav 1!:- tour will include
visits to Venezuela. Trinidad. Co-
lombia an,I Puerto Rico
The rabbi will ~iv.-:k to Jewish
community lea lers of the proi n ss
made in Jewish educaUon in
America lie v :.', also interview
prospective Students tor the He-
brew Academv an I Mesivta. the
eiiv Jew -h Is south of
Baltimor '
According to Rabbi Alexander
5. Gross, principal of the He-
biew Acadeny. the purpose of
Rabbi Schiff's trip "is in re-
sponse to several requests from
South American Jewish com-
munities as to what educational
facilities are available in the
United States."
Rabbi Schiff will also interview-
girls desiring to attend the Dora
Cohen School lor Girls, which will
open here next fall.
Rabbi Schiff is a graduate of
Brooklyn College of New York, and
was ordained at the Mesilla Tif-
creth Jerusalem Rabbinical Sem-
inary in New York. He has been
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Kl for the past five years.
He served as secretary treasurer
Ol Hie Inter Yeshiva Student Conn
cil. and is an active member of
Ihe Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami, where he is a
member of the hoard ol directors.
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Nrael didn't want -and doe
wan) imported tradition. But
rael's emerging strengths and
ligious directions are increasn
iacent, and so i' iwapli
r sh\ away Irnm tho n
As a result, l believe we are <
tributing to these strengths i I
directions by serving as a k id
ol modern catalyst that as-
the ancient .lewish heritage >
find reemergence and reexprt
ion lor Israelis living in :
century Israel."
The atmosphere? "There i
great sense of urgency,"
Lehrman observed, "hut no en
aency. You will see panic or f- ,
nowhere The spirit of the tin
is one of normalcy Those \
stand guard at Israel's omhv
borders, and sometimes it sec
I-rael is a land of borders. -
those who join the throngs to
lend art galleries, \isit in b<
shops, or participate in Isra-
insatiable hobby of listening
magnificent musicsuch as
kind I heard from ihe Israel I1
harmonic Orchestra at the M
Auditorium.''
At a rceplion for visitors at
Dan hotel following the anni\
sary celebration of the Weizma u
Institute of Science, Dr. Lehrrr. 1
met Myer Feldmaa. Presid,
Kennedy's personal advisor, O
had come to Israel lo attend t
event. "The strides here," E".
Lehrman reported the Americ
diplomat as saying, "are stagg.--
ing beyond imagination." Echo- I
Dr. Lehrman: "And so th
arc ."
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*leistifkri Friday. November 23. 1962
Left to right are Jerome Cavc'l, co-chairman o{
campaign for S9C.000; Abraham Kessler, chair-
man; Rabbi Jonch E. Caplan (seatedl spiritual
leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun; Mrs. Dan-
iel Bimberg, chairman of testimonial dinner
committee; Joseph Liedman, first vice presi-
dent, and acting president; and Morris Share,
honorary chairman. Martin Grossman, co-
chairman of dinner committee, Sid Bindler,
co-chairman of campaign committee, and
Charles Smook are not shown.
ANcn- Return' Principle Reaffirmed
Continued from Page 1-A
just a year ago, rejecting the
principle of refugee "return"
and asserting that "the only solu-
tion to the problem is their (the
refugees) settlement in Arab
lands.'
One of the critic? was Menahem
Beigin. leader ot Herut, He was
joined by Yaacov Hazan of Mapan
who said I.-rael must initiate a
peace plan and proclaim again
and again its readiness to accept
a certain agreed number of refu-
gees as part of a general peace
agreement.
:it i .:> 'u a r crttu ized what
termed the Get*-
:...;:!.;' pi ... I ch he called
a "paradox" li said thai while
. 5 selli
. uritj it was
preciselj in thi thai
Germi I as in
It v....
po ibl that M t Gcrma
thorities did nut know what their
missile experts were doing in
Egypt and he asked why tin gO\
ernment had not sought to arouse
world opinion against West Ger
man missile help to Egypt "since
a timely information campaign
might have nipped the matter in
'the bud."
He also criticized Israel's vote
In the General Assembly for the
resolution condemning South Afri-
ca for its racist apartheid policies
He offered the criticism not on the
issue of racial discrimination
"which Israel abhors" but on the
Hinds that Israel should net sup-
port a 'double standard'' and
"hypocrisy" at the United Nations.
H asserted that there was slavery
\<, Yemen but no on. pi p ised
- in l i< linst Y< men and I
th Africa i ii-
i iu.il itarian coun-
Mrs. Meir defended the Israel
vote in !h? United Nations on
the condemnation of South Afri-
ca's apaitbed policy, as she
summarized i. : two-day foreign
p.,ny c'.'.jij i. Knesset.
: '
'..]. I b "-. '
rs if
bul also
th !. I r ai d S . in 'be "\. rvhelming affirm-
ative vote. The Herut Party ab-
stained. The negative votes were
cast by the Communist Party and
the leftist Mapam.
Mrs Meir said it would have
been contrary to Jewish morality
for Israel to have failed to raise
its voice against the "shameful
iniquity" of South Africa's apar ,
theid policy She pointed out that i
Sai:th Africa's racism was a mat- i
tor that touched "the very souls"
of the African members of the Uni-
ted Nations.
Israel's dealings with West Ger-!
many were also defended by Mrs.
Meir. The question of Israeli '
German relations, she said, was
"one of the most complicated and
painful" issues.
Adath Yeshurun
Campaigns Here
To finish Cite
Abraham Kessler. second vice
president of Temple Adath Yeshur-
un and chairman of the Temple's
new $90,000 campaign to complete
its sanctuary and school, declared
Wednesday that "the drive is pro-
ceeding satisfactorily."
According to Kessler. "we also
hope to pay off some existing mort-
gages on the Temple's present
building
Temple Adath Yeshurun. 1025
NE Miami Gardens dr.. contracted
for the purchase of the building
and the three acres of land on
which it now stands in the summer
of 1961 Originally, the existing
building was intended as a hospi-
tal, and repairs were made to use
it as a synagogue and school.
Joseph Liedman, first vice
president, and acting president,
said here that the congregation.
Sisterhood, and Men's Club will
jointly sponsor a testimonial din-
ner in honor of Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan, spiritual leader of Adath
Yeshurun, on Saturday night,
Dec. 8, at the Carillon hotel.
Mrs. Daniel Bimberg and Martin
Grossman are co-chairmen of the
dinner.
An intensive membership cam.
paign is now also in progress at
the Temple. Norman Goldstein,
general chairman of the member
drive, announced "We are out in
force to sign up 100 new families," I
he said.
Serving with Goldstein are 11
captains: Robert Barg. Bernard
Falk. Harold Ginsberg. Stanley-
Golden. George Greenberg, Harvey;
Leifman. Ira Levin. Bernard Levy.
William Mars. Sam Ratner. and
Herbert Salzman.
Chanuka Workshop Slatod
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have a Chanuka workshop on Sun-
day. Dec. 9. 10 a.m. under the
direction of Mrs. Murray Tail, art
teacher in the public schools in
struct ion will be given or making
; decorations in the home for the
holiday.
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Jnday, November 23. 1962
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i
I SAYINGS OF FATHERS
R. \Aiha said. Jesting and levity
..: 4>tf4in on ii' leudness. The I
Mjvnoto/j u a fence to the Torah; '
:hel are a fence to riches; vows r
a P*nc to OtffiMflCC; a fence '
ildaja i silence.
*
R Ktescr, tlir si'n of /ui"ob. *jij.
h,' ivlio dors one good deed has
ii himself one advocate; and
. uvho commit* one trtmtgretsion
t-eh himself one accuser. Re- :
:^nce rand" deeds of chanty are
.. fineld against punishment.
* *
R ]i:Jah said. Be cautious in
..-.iii^. for an error in teaching!
. amount i.> presumptuous tin,

I and SfMatmdi received ilie
a, .: from the preceding. Hillel
l\ of the disciple* of Aaron,
peace and pursuing p<-.;. .-
fellow-creatures, and
cm near to the 7

I to .: / / .."! not for
' ho tfifl he for me' A I
for n ..: jm
nol nou U
{Question ^/^cv
'1 forbidden to remove the
tumbs from the table before
tr grace after meals is re-
ciMtJt
\ variety of reasons are offered
i this prohibition. Some (Rashi)
min that the crumbs are left on
e tabW beggar chance by there would
something left for him. There
re those who extend this reason-
e, furthe* to say that in pronoun-1
rfg the grace after meals one
oka at the crumbs remembering
tat the Almighty provides susten-;
ace for all of his creatureseven
the birds are favored by the exist-1
.ice of crumbs which are often j
.'onsumed by the birds. Some claim ;
'hat this is done to demonstrate
* that the Almighty has been kind
* u- to enable us to eat and still
leave something over like the
rumba as the Scriptures say "And
they did eat and left thereof." (2
K:ngS 4 45>.
It if. also claimed that this is'
. t.c because the grace after meals
ks for the Almighty's blessing to
bi bestowed over the house and
over the table and it is a general
i le that the Almighty's blessing is
r i bestowed over emptiness or*.
i cuum to show man that he must
first attempt to provide something
bj himnelf and then the Almighty
i' ,11 grace him with plenty. (The
of for this is always derived
from the prophet Elisha who ask-
l lor something in the house of
Shunamita woman over which
Almighty*! blessing can be be-
*ed 2 Kings 4:2).
* *
For he- long after a meal may one
still recite the grace after
me* Is?
piable formula seems to
th.i! for a large meal one may
Kcite the grace after meals until
1 i time that one feels hungry
.:>in, since this sensation would
icate that the first stage of the
estive process has been com-
ted. For a small meal (which
DOl necessarily vanquish one's
the period of time is about
enty-two minutes after one has
i. ten,
3n A Home is the Polished
Morality of its Inhabitants
tavni s
r^eligious *JL^itc
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Beth Emeth Congregation
The greater part of the Sidrah
this week is devoted to the choos-
ing of a wife by Abraham for his
son, Isaac, through his steward,
Eliezer. In his hands were plac-
ed not only the material fortune
of Abraham, hut also the very basis
of Isaac's future happiness. Isaac,
the heir of promise, was already
forty years old.
.Most men. under such circum-
stances, would themselves have se-
lected whom they would marry;
the basis of their selection would
be romantic love, the magic and
mystic gravitational force that
magnetically draws two people to-
gether. But in this case, Isaac
was true to his reputation; his
lather picked his wile lor lum.
Her name v. as Rebekah, the daugh-
ter of Bethuel.
The qualities of the bride are
summed up by our rabbis in a few words. As long as Sarah, Is;i ic's
*Z5 e rv i c e s J It i (A/e e c n a
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ive Con. i
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. |
Cantor William W. Lioso-
Frlday 8:16 p.m. Saturday 9 ft.m.
Bar Mltsvnh: Joseph Slater, eon of
Mi and Mi>. Meyer Forer.
GEMS OF WISDOM
I .MSB*!
RABBI SIMON APRIL
. meaning of home
BETH EL. 500 bw i,wi ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Fridaj :.:ir. p.m. Saturday B:SA a.m.
Bar Mltsvnh: Wtanley, son of Mr. and
Mr* Ira Foodman. Sermon "Reach-
ing for >' w Height*."
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3ETH EMETH. 122?0 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
C.intor Hyman Fein.
Fridaj 8:13 n in |i ig Mltzvah: (Jail
[Vnny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bam
Miller. (meg Bhabbal host: Mrs.
Rhoda Willis, in honor ot Bar MUs-
van ol hi i i .ii Mai c, on Saturday
- l.'i .i in. Klddush lo follow Sabbath

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Fridaj i" p.m. s..imii. 8:30 a.m
Sermon: "ThanksgivingThe A
Faith."
mother lived brightness permeated the home regularly. The very food beth kodesh. hoi sw 12th ave.
which the family partook -polled blessedness, and a cloud of protec ^llZ."cln^r^ B*T Kit-; when she died, all this ceased. With the Fridaj B":"lS p.m. Sermon: "W
of Rebekah, however, they all returned. In her home, she
ion was tied over the f'rt
cumin
made her influence felt for the best. She made home life happy.
Four-thousand years and thousands of miles lie between us and the
events of our narrative Abraham was a child of that century, the
twentieth since creation, even as we are the children of this century',
the sixtieth since creation Abraham was a child of the Orient; we
are the children of Europe and America. We have made fabulous pro-
gress in the field of physical and mental endeavor in these four-thousand
.ears. But modern lite prompts the question: what progress have
we made in the field of domestic happiness?
What makes a home? Net a highly polished floor, but the highly
polished manner; not the costly drapes, but the more costly self-sacri-
fice of a husband and wife Let your home be permeated with bright-
ness, let every meal be a festive occasion spelling blessedness, let the
nomc be your source of inspiration. Then .indeed, will the word
home" spring up like a fountain, leap like a flame, glow like a sun-
set, and sing like an angel.
Mitsvah: Arnold, win of Cantor
m 1 ...I Bernstein.
Llvi
I:., 1
and
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Tin? page is prepared in \
cooperation
u'tth the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
Beth Emeth Congregation
In December, 1953. five families I
Living in the area west of NW 7th
ave., in No. Miami, met to dif- I
cuss and formalize plans for a
synagogue to serve the needs of the
fast-growing area. Organization
meetings were held through the
permission of the North Miami City
Council at the Sunkist Community
Center. It was here that the ground
work was laid for the future Beth Hebrew school, Sunday school. Bar southwest center. 8438 sw 8th
Emeth. and Bas Mitzvah classes. Minyon-
RAHBI MAX A. LIPSCHtTZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
BETH TORAH. leitn si. ana NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lid-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
banm.
l-,i.l.i\ v:n p.m. Sermi'ii: "Lei l" he
I'hankful for lur H< |>m lies.' Ban
Mltxvah: Suaan, ilauitlu,i ( Mr. und
Mrs. Lester Lazarus. Saturdaj b:4S
.i.ni. Sermon: "Marriages are Sot
Made in II
Everything :> in the hands of t
H .u except the jcar of Heaven, j
- BEKAKOT.
* *
Fc-ji of Cod. which Wisdom ";
mallei a crown for the head nw
..'-, a sole n] the shoe.
SABBA1 11.
* *
M.:-. your fear of Heaven be as I
fear o\ man.
- YOll \N \N BI N ZAKKAI.
*
i |) b God
SH1RAT YISROI 1
* *
V, :. not
Cod
:.:.;. Iij He J s the
r the Lord IOHAR.

22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtri.
rriil;i\ b:30 p.m. Kermon: "The Bible
.in.I Evolution mi. Shabhat
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Maloy, In honor
of their son, Kenneth, "ii" w :i l">
Mitzvah Saturduj 9:30 a.m,

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Artlr '
Fridaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Amee(ea
il.1.1,, in Heaven Bar Mlwv ih Stev- Th ,;.,,., ,,, ,,,. VVorld ..,. r,,n i
ii. .inn of .\n ami Mr-. Morns Plan- .<,,tu,,|^ ... ;l ,. Bar Mitzvah:
k..; Larrv. son ..f Mr. and Mrs ., \,,. .,,, M,, Joseph Jaeol
Pranklyn Sfhatz: Alan, son nf Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Shubovvakj Mlnchu B
p.m. I'.u Mitzvah: Mark, son of Mr.
and Mis. Isaiah Shofrotl.
e
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi.
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Canter
Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Thanks-
giviiuj to God of Allfor All His Bleas-
ingaKrom Some of His Children."
Ner Taraid presented by Miss Sylvia
Yaitormau. lo be dedicated. Saturday
1:46 a.m. Bar Mltzvali: Daniel, son
of Mrs. Bttty Yariiian.
DADS HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richt-r.
Cantor Emanuel M.indel.
Friday B:1S p.m. 1'pited Bynaeosue
Youth to conduct service. Stieaker:
J'aul Shapiro. Cantor: Mark Ferber.
Marshall Baitueh is leader. Sermon:
"In Search of lioal." Saturday 8:30
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: William, s.n of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bonneneclieln.
Bermon: "Weekly Portion."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Friday 5:1S ami 8:13 p.m. Bermon:
"To Qlv* ThanksIt is Good." Sal-
unlay 8:30 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid avs.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfisld.
Cantor Abraham Sei*
iviiiav 5 IS p.m. Baturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon; "The True J.i.-li Mother."
St. Conservative.
Klein
Rabbi Maurice
At the Sunkist Center, school aircs which meet every Sunday Krl,1ayTn:a^kJ-.m- M^^^Mo^Alberi
lasses were bosun for the kinder- morni for services and breakfast, etn to hoat'oneg Shabbat In honor
[arten under the direction ot Mrs. .; "f u"ir annlvereory. Saturday : a.m.
confirmation classes and an active
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
daj 9 a in Bar Mitzvah: Warren, son
I ^; the adults, an interesting and com- g^*sgS "SPfe, ^
Betty Wank.
Toward the end of 1954. a char- i congregation.
ter was obtained for Beth Emeth. Young Judea and cotillion classes
Congregation, and a store was rent- are a,so hcid at syr,agogue. For
ed at 122ml St. and NW Tth ave.
Regular Friday evening a
ervices were held, prehensivc
levelling and Saturday morning, and i;,.i in Four Home1." Saturday 11:15
....... ._. u-i.1 ie.^. ,rl a.m. Bar Mlttvah: Bheld..... son of
In. ami Mrs. Mol ton Axler.
Clatter.
Plans were drawn, and land was minyons are held on Monday and
secured at 122nd st. and NW 2nd Thursday mornings. All services
ave.. and soon new facilities were are conducted by Rabbi April and
on their way to becoming a reality. Cantor Hyman Fein.
The structure was completed in
MERlf MICHAflS
. Befh fmeth president
time for the High Holidays of 1956.
II soon became apparent that this
one building, which was designed
as a Temple, social hall and school
building, would not do well for all
these purposes. Again new plans
were drawn, a building committee
formed, and the Beth Knielli school
building, with six classroom- and
the Temple office was constructed.
Today, Both Emeth Congregation
i:. ;m active congregation of 125
member families under the leader-
ship of Rabbi Simon April and I rail
President Merle Michaels. The Hoi?
congregation has .. well-rounded On,
im tor itudents 1 listing of II.
Peaikta Bubcr, I6>b
Rabbi Eleatar said "It 11 ilic-
way of the u'orld, 11 m has
insulted hu fel ubli'< and
after a time ttt\* to ht
to him, that the othei ia?i "1 ou
me publicl} and now you
would be iween
. ,1 alone! < >o bring tin- mi n
.,, .;. -iil.v.l me
ami I u-ill ht reconciled to
Bui (;,,,( u not A man :.:\
rEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 avs Reform
Qabbi Samoel Jaffa.
Friday S:13 p.m. Bermon: "Questions.
College Htudenta Ask." Baturdaj II
a.m.

TEIWPLE BETH SHIRAH. Soniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Ril.i I Morris Skop
Cantor Herman CiMtlirh
FVIda> 1 13 p.m. Mi s Bi rnard Chi -
man, rellglouz achool eunervlaor, to
present students Bermon: "Ji -
lah Vouth In tii" Space Age." Mrs,
Abraham Flei man 1 halrman of Bls-
i. -ii.....1 < hi. u Bhabbat, i" pri i< 1 at
Honor T ibli B iturd u 10:M s m
ii,. BtruRgle for Preedom."

TEMPLE BETH SHO',OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Ra*ibi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Convn"
Prldaj 7:13 i> m Bi rmon 'Thanks-
_.\ ,n_ fi r w hat?' s nurd | I i
a in Rar Mltxvah: M son "i
Mi. an I Mrs Hi ni > ^
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
il You.'
Alan,
bson;
Mi.li.i.I. s.n .if Mrs. Jacqueline Mlnt-
er and Mr. Jink Mlntier. Bermon:
"Weekls Portion." Mlncha J P"'-
Bar Mitzvah: Jan, sou ol Mr. ana
Mr-. Anton Loi-b.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Prlda} 5:15 p.m. Bermon: "TUunks-
iwii(; Da) 'I'll,, l'.r.soiial Hollduy."

TEMPLE JUDEA. 330 Palermo awe.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeoal
Podet. Cantor H RicharH Bmum.
FVIday B:1G p.m. Sermon: "The Syna-
gogue and Soeial Action." Saturday
lO.-Ja a.m. Har Mitsvah: Ml.ha.l
Bvmn, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leo Zoxk-
iTiiian.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owits Cantor Edward Kil
FYidav :15 p.m. S,-rmon: "Abraham
The Blder." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Richard, son of Dr. and Mrs.
i:ii Qalits. Bermon: "Weekly Por-
tion."

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday sir. p.m. Bermon: "What >
are Thankful Por!" Ones Bhabbat
hosts: Mr .in.! Mis. Joseph Schwartz,
in honor of their 35th wedding anni-
versary, Baturday 8:43 a.m. Bae
Mitsvah: Mr. and Mrs Harry Solo-
mon celebrate the occasion in honor
ol her son, Ira Schmidt.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowv.
N. w member service Friday si", p.m.
s. ... in "The Meaning of the Kad-
dlsh."

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
WernirW Cantor Alhe-t ("?
Friday 8:30 p.m Bermon: "Profan-
Slatei h.....i i" be host at OnesJ
Shabbat saturda) I a.m.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantorl
Ben Zvi
Friday 8:13 p > Bermon; "Lei Th/
i, :-, be < Mil Una Placs for the
- Batui daj B 13 a m. BennoitS
"Rejoice, 0 l'oung Man in Tiiy
youth."'

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th sC
Conservative. Pahbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
i ij 8:8fl p.m. Sermon: "Reflec
dons on Thanksgiving." Bas Mits-
vah Roberts Susan, daughter of Mr.
in.i Mrs ii irold I lordon, and grand-
daughter of Mrs Lena Kaplan and
\i,- Rose Gordon.
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YFHIIDAM MOSF 1Hn W Oixla
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Mortoit
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
n.,hodn Rabbi SH.....:- *.t"b*r
Fridaj B:1S p.m. Baturday 9 a.m.
s, : mon "A woman of Valor."
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
26 Heshvan 5:12 p.m.
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I ::ge 14-A
P |rV#- nwltM*M"i
Friday, November 23. 1962
Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINDLIN
Recalling the Beliefs That are Integral to Judaism
'-'E ART OF BEING A JEW. By Rabbi Morris N.
Kertzor. 247 pp. Cleveland: World Publishing Co.,
2231 W. 110th st. $3.95.
nABBI MORRIS KERTZERS new book should vie Ul
* popularity with his earlier best-seller, 'What Is a
, v?" Like the book reviewed here last week, this one
also vital with concepts ol Judaism, beautiful and vari-
Here, however, they are distilled with less apparent
phasis on their written sources although the scholar-
p is there, all right, underlying every thought like a
i ol rock, and lest one think that's a casual simile, one
only to remember that, as the man said, it's hard
be a Jew
Rabbi Kertzer would modify that by adding, "It's
rd to be a good Jew." For. he has said, "li a Jew is to
resenl m ire than an accident ol birth, his life must
be infused with a meaning and purpose and cultivated
into a way ot life." Further, "A good J< i cannot be
ignorant and religious .it the same tine:" Judaism's an
swer to the fearful faith of the primitive, the blind love ol
the illiterate i- a resounding "No!" And thi-. I think, is
one of the greatest values of the "easy, popular" hooks on
Judaism like this ono. and one of the reasons why their
denigration bj the scholars is often unfair: because if one
has neither time, training, inclination or let's lace it
intellect to immerse oneself in the sources, one can at
least dip into a nook like this one. and come awaj with
richness
Rabbi Korizer. spiritual leader of the Larchmont
Temple, censures the synagogues for failing "wretch
in articulating the creel ei the modem Jew, and the tre-
mendous moral demands and sacrifices which Judaism
makes on modern man." No less easy i> he on Jewish in-
Capitol Spotlight:
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Integration into American Political Life
Was!
THE day is passing when an Amen-
' can Je elected or appointed to a
" deral post l- newsworthy merely be-
-c he is Jew.
Jewish integration in An erican poll
>1 and public hie has reached a point|
ere being Jewish is no longer a major
ndicap. Indeed, there are today fat I
re Jews ii important appointive posts'
Washington than the number of Jews in the general
ulation would indicate.
The percentage >t Jews in Congress is approximate-
equivalem to the number ol Jew- in America. Nine
S hav jusl be re-elected to the House along with
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
Inside Israel Today
|fj IF YOU ARE one of the trusted
' Americans interested in Israel,
le Israel Government will take
on to places in the country not
lien even to Israelis. This, in or-
er to ^ ve you an inside look into
vhat the basic problems of the
rj are and what the Govern-
ment is ill) doing about them,
lay. I has thri basic prob-
'1 hey are security, water development and
immigration, other problems are practically non-
xistent as compared with these
Economii Hfe in the < trj is proceeding nor-
.1 c i V:ii ri< ir todaj i- no longer
somi in Is !' makes no difference
r lo the ston inether you pay him
:n dollars or m Israeli po in :< The dollar is now
three Israeli pound-, and taxi driver tells
,-ou that he does not < n ether you pay him in
dollar.-. n i- no black mar-
et to laj in Israel on v.-- rrencj There Is an
i in the c mtrj. an lat is mor<
mportanl -there is no ui
bo n employed by
lew irers a- is the to laj. One can find
Arab workers even in K m aii i in Je\
oran e grove in thi < nrj
- and in e even
r up in An style on Allenby
>trc : Yehuda Streel Talk i! being heard
f the need to import la bo: ers from Italy and ( v prus,
Scarcity .- felt not only in qi ilified workers, but
Iso in laborers who do "dirty work" in the huild-
ti ind on the farms.
People have money to spend, and they Spend il
freelyso freely that the Government, fearing too
much currency in circulation, Is conducting a serious
campaign to induce the population to put more
money in Savings banks. Thi- does not mean that
Israel has no poor and underpaid people. Most un-
derpaid are those in Government service Sufficient
o say that a general in the I-raeli Army i- still be-
ing paid today less than 00 a month Teachers,
ludges. white collar workers in Government offices
eep on complaining that they cannot make ends
rheet. and this is the truth.
However, in general, one does not hear much
complaining today in Israel, and. despite his policy
of imposing heavy taxes. Israel's Finance Minister
Levi shkol is today perhaps i1'" most n "" per-
son in the country, next lo Premier Ben-Gurion.
You visit a well-camouflaged Israeli military air-
fieldthe entrance to whicii IS u. i ed I
fore you reach itand you get the feeling that Israel
is well protected. You see a'r maneuvers, in w.lich
he very latest types of military planes participate,
and you know that the guardian of Israel does not
-lumber. You inspect the various types of plane-,
and although you are not expert, you get a clear
picture from the explanations given to you, that
Nasser will have to think more than twice before he
will decide to engage in a war with Israel.
two Senators A third Jew gained a Senate seat from a
state. Connecticut, which never before elected a Jewish
Senator
Jew.- abound in top job- in scientific agencies con-
cerned with space research and defense, the Agency for
International Development, Alliance t"i" Progress, Peace
coip-. ami such departments a- Labor. Commerce, Treas-
ury. Justice, Interior Health, ducation a- d Welfare ptc.
Jews -nve on thi' White House staff and the most sen-
sitive desks of the Central Intelligency Agency.
The majority ot Jews in high places state that their
religion played no role, pro or con. in their government
careers. They feel it old-fashioned to list names of Jews
in various positions, terming thi- a "ghetto mentality."
Some European kings and czars were considered lib-
eral because a favored tew Court Jew-" were permitted
in the royal presence Even in American history. Jew-
acclaimed Abraham Lincoln, not jusl for his humanitar-
ianism, but because he retained a Jewish foot doctor to
manicure his corns
To the "New Frontiersman" of Jewish faith, it sug-
gests an intolerable inferiority complex and antiquated in-
security to publish a photo, for instance, of the President
shaking hands with a Jewish scientist merely because a
Jewish newspaper i- seeking a Jewish aspect If the scien-
tist were also a leader oi Jewish organizations or a learn-
ed religious scholar, such a photo would he understand
able. Hut when the scientist's colleagues know the man
a- an atheist who couldn't care less about Israel, I >e> are
dismayed to sic it portrayed as a "Jewish" event.
Jews are proud that the Talmudic tradition.- of Jew-
ish learning might have enabled men like Bran leis, Car
dozo. Frankfurter, and Goldberg to serve with distinction
on thi' Supreme Court. Hut there were some rumblings
when one Jew. Frankfurter, retired, and hi- seat went
mother, Goldberg To some, thi- was remirrtsi
i Ihe old quota system ol medical schools When one
Jewish student raduated, another was admitted to fill
the "Jewish" vacancy. Ultra-liberals in the New Frontier
I b> the appointment of Goldberg .>- an in-
dividual but they would be distressed it. upon
erg's retirement, the seat went to another Jew,
ever, President Kenned] obviouslj. held no quota
philosophy. This was apparent when ho appointed
Jews simultaneously to hi- Cabinet for the (irsl time in
history Thej were Goldberg and Ribicoff. He replaced
them with non-Jews.
unt made here is that election oi Jewish Indivi-
duals to Congress i- i."t i > ci ssarily al *aj "good for the
.< \- Some nt the Jews from districts with many non-
i; constituents fear that pro-Israel, civil rights, or
church-state .-land- might spotlight them as Jewish pro-
lives. Consequently, undue inhibitions result. \' has
been said thai one Jewish Congressman, who prefers not
to he publicized as a partisan of Israel, actually does less
lor Jewish causes than would a non-Jew occupying the
same -eat.
tellectuals "lost" to the faith becau e the> have ri htly
, \i ilv childish notions with which they enterei i
bul have not bothered to replace tnein with the mature
version Vnd he is scathing in his discussion cv
"miner sirs." the slight daily infractions winch little by
little corrode the character the C; remark which
shaves a little from someone's reputation, th
logical" dissection of motives which n.'as virtue d
drains joy from life.
It i- not that the book tells you what t> think
Jew would stand for that. Bui it recalls the attitudes
and beliefs which are an integral part el Juda -'n, and
it goes on to appl) them in certain instani
topical, some ancient On the basic demand ol our God,
for instance. Do Justice, Rabbi Kertzer's cemm
into many area*, one of which i- America's laggard
t.ee for her Negroes. "How ion"." he asks turns* think-
in | ot the forbearance ol Martin Luther Kinc, and
leaders like him. "could I continue to see the child; i
love turned away from the swings and the see i
-chool- and the libraries, the parks aid the hospital
taxes helped to pav for'.'" One does not have to
.! w to think in these terms: but if one i- a Jew ;, T. a|
Jew who live- hi- Judaism one can think in ro
terms 'liiat i- one id the gifts of this book, and ol b
like this i
Panorcma:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Eleanor Roosevelt
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, it m
to mi', would have been a great
woman it -he had not been the wife
if a President, if her name had
lever appeared in a newspaper, I
10 one had ever heard of her
She was great because she had
great heart. I know of a humble
idcli-h writer, a refugee Ironi a
oncentration camp. He wrote a
...- experiences in a concentration camp
It Is a truly moving story, but it was obvious it would
make no great dent But it touched the heart oi
Mrs Roosevell and she sat down and wrote a pr
face lor it She was always doing things like that
lor humble people, always lending a helping hand
to anyone who needed help.
I am reminded of the similar case of Einstein
He would make Ins rounds li.it in band to the Jew
pr at Prim eton, th Jev i-m tnr
ceii the Jewish peddler asking for donations for
the refu i i >ing to Palestine. He never turned
awaj from his door.
What i- greatness? He who gives charity in
secret, says the Talmud, is greater even than Moses
ii
II may be that one can be great without doing
se things, but I wonder Maybe the others
Would not the true greatness be rt
rted In the reaction to the so-called smalli
of 1 if( Others are not looking on. when we
a our real seh
Mr- Roi evelt's sensitivity for the fi
i th'" OUI in another case of which I havi
heard ab >ut The first Mrs, Morgenthau, also
1 her closest friend No den!'- Mrs
in Israel was -purred to an c\
by this friendship Mr Morgenthau, it will
be :' ..- for a number of years, the .
of thi i rael Boi I Organization. When F.D.R
oied. Air-. Roosevelt immediately phoned \\:
tithau "Ihe President has died It will soon
be on ihe radio, but I think it would be le-- ol
ick to \ii. Morgenthau, if you broke the news
to her."
r when Mrs. Morgenthau died. Mrs. Koo.-o
veil was the only speaker at the funeral service-
i Temple Emanu-El.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Thorny Road of Debate at the United Nations
United Nations*-
THIS DEPARTMENT RECENTLY
' quoted from a statement by Dr. Johr.
II Davis, commissioner-general of the
United Relief and Work- Agency for Pal-
estine Refugees in the Near East, which:
indicatedto this writer's thinkingan I
amount of pro-Arab bias. Now one goes j.
to the sourceKgypt itself.
The Egyptian Gazette, a Cairo mouth-1
piece for Nasser, carried an editorial on certain proposals
considered toward solution of the Arab refugee problem
by Dr. Joseph Johnson The latter, a prom i
iean ihe is head of Ihe Carnegie Endowment for Interna-
tional Peace i has been trying for two years, at the re
out steps for easement of the refugee problem. Recently.
a- wo have noted hire before, he came u with a a
v.bcii both Israel and the Arab- rejected even before
he had put it on paper.
%^
J
The central notion entertained by that well meaning
man was to open special UN offices in various Arab Cities
in Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanonwhere Arab ref-
ugees would indicate whither they want to go back to Is-
rael or prefer compensation by Israel. The good doctor's
prescription did not dare even mention the third alterna-
tiveresettlement hi Arab countries
It is true that Israel, in nixing the new Johnson plan,
did make it clear that it would have to rule on the secur-
ity standing of any individual refugees seeking admission
That was one of the main reasons Israel found it necessary
to say "no" to Johnson. And, it must be added, the
Doctor agreed with that thesis. Israel had other reasons
as welland these were entirely valid. But let's look
again at the Gazettes fear. The Cairo organ is afraid
ol one thing and one thing only: that the refugees might
"ehoo-e settlement elsewhere," that is. outside Israel.
W C0Ul SU< h a pa n ad'' I 0 Ol* \ "f
courseto that bogey of "resettlement" which the Arab
rulers will not admit as a possibility.
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. ,.f N..v. ml-, i 1962
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1! 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No E7519-B
IN RE Estate of
JOHN A. MALM, also known as
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11 2-9-16-23
IN THE C'RCl IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11811
Till'. VVILLIAMSBl'Rlill
SAYINOS BANK,
Pla ill
WILLIAM .! iRPAN and EDITH II
JtlRDAN his wife JOHN C OIBSON
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No. 62C 11803
SI sAN.NK UU1NN,
Plalntlfff,
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Al HI .-I A KAY QU1NN,
I '. I. ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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You, AL'OL'bTA RAY QUINN .
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III BiKcaJ in- Bldg Miami .
Florida inl rih the original Answi
or Pleading in the office of tin- Cl
. f the Circuit i '"iii-i "ti or before ti
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lief demanded In tin Bill of Con
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I'uNK ANB UKDKKBD at Mian
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\ 11 i i6:
K. K. LE VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, l'ad" County, Florid
(seal) ll '1'' il'KKAM',
liepui I "li rk
HERBERT B. W1LENSKY
Atl rue} for Plaintiff
IK
11 6-2 i-

'. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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No 62C 11231
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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ItBHIDENCt: UNKNOWN, and
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l> IS, In Block 16 of CAROL CITY,
Hc-ordlng tn th. Plat thereof, re-
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of the Publli Records ol Dade
iitv. Florida.
lied t" file \mir nn-
plalntlfl complaint with the
' s uf the afori aid Court, and
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rni > : MARTIN I- IN E, ll'li I- l""f
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' l..t. i- than I "ei en.....i I". 1962
i iQcree I ru Confessu ^ di I"- en-
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BATED Ni .. mbi I 1962
K. i: LBA [-HERMAN
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1 '-all B. K M I.V MAN
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U/9-16-23-J0
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18th da of Novi mber,
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ourt, I 'a-l- i'. "nt .. Floi .la
Bi K \l YMA.N
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IN THE COUNTY j.'DCF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57;.B
IN RE Estate "f
HENRY W"l.l
.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an I Ml Persona Hay-
. ., in B or 1 'I Vgalnst Said
I'..-i.ii'
Y"ii a. i" ri b; Mod ind n
,ini-. ,i t" i-i and de-
ii nils "id' h you ii i) havi a- ilnst
,,. ,...,, of HENRY W'l.l- de-
.... :.,;. ..I Bade C >untj I
to i Count} Judt.....I P-"1, '''"-
iv, and file the sam- In thi Ir offices
p, t| Count) i' ........ fane
County, i lorlda, will In six ci
months on thi -.' of th first
lion hereol ame will
be ban i d. ,,
ri .-i: v\. ii.p
EXI "ll .\
i: \ y\1' 'Nl i Wi iLF, Vttoi ney
il sevl ild Building
Ml""; I6-SS-30.12/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni '! K l> HEREBY OIVEN that
.. in .i desiring t" engage In
inisin,-- undet thi fictitious names of
In I : il..i. I, I.a Flora Apartmi nt*
md La Flora Motel al 1238 Collins
. Miami Bi ach, I- lorlda Intend
i.i in- iili the Cli
,.f ii. cii-cult Courl of Dade County.
ICdm-'^y Schwarti
iusnle Schwarts, o nora
HENRY \ KAMI'
Vtto in for lil lol-.t Hotel
il 16-23-30 12 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 57582- B
IN RK i
MARY A. 'U NN
I I.-.-, a-, il.
To All i editors and All I' l.-i-n- 11:11-
Ins Claims 01 Demanda Against Said
K-'-i ,
you, ami each >( you, are hereby
notified and required t" present an)
rialms ami demands which you, or
either ni you, ma) have against the
..-,-. of MARY A. BI NN deceased
late of BADE County, Florldu, t" the
lliin.iral.l- Count) .IuiIki-s .-f Dade
County, and file the sami In their
offl, B in thi '' mt) Courthousi In
Pad. County, Kiinida. within six cal-
endar iiiniiilis from the date "f the
first publication hereof, said claims
,.r demands i" contain tht legs ad-
dress "i Ihi claimant and t" be sworn
t,. and presented as aforesaid, "t
same will be batTed.
Dated November .". A.P. l62.
\V WINSTON BI'NN. SR
As Executor of the 1-a-t Will and
Testament ol MARY A. bi.nn
d.....ased
cation ..a November ''. 1982.
MAKVKN I. \\ IKNl.K
VII..1 n. > for I'm itor
; ; Music) Bldg., Miami 32, Kin.
11.- ll
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given ;ti
,. i signed, di -h Ing to engaa i
the flctitli ius nami
li iki an l s.i ,ii i.'s Tayst
at 11"." Washington Avenu
Vila ml Beach intends m register -
i, i in. s with tin Clerk of the Clrci
oi 11 i, i -, in' \. Fli
SAVER.N BAKERY '".MPANY
Ki.\'.ni:k and MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Sa> i rn Baki ry Pompar
II L-s(-16--
IN
IN
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICB IS HEREBY HIVBN thai
Ins to ni
bus i___ -.in.i.-! tin I
THE BUI W I'K- -.; 7 N I
St.....I. North M ich, I- ii'ti'i.i
. i ,,, registi i Id name a'ltn tne
I thi Cln I ol l'-1""
Count), Floi Ida .......
- RYN \ .-Mill iNER
ARO AN MONDAY
l'i.I \S B" >REN
for R) n i Sm dner
and i arolyn Moi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11623
ODEL1A T. BAKER,
i aintiff,
\ .-
I.ii i Jl iSEPH BAKER,
i ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti l; LEO ." ISEPH BAKER
,. m s John S) [via
. p.. dai .-! t
Newport, Rhode Island
You. LEO JOSEPH BAKER,
notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Dl> oi has bei n flli i
agalnsl you, and you are required to
s. no a copy ol your Anawer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on
.i i aintiff attorm STOLAR and
MIVHNICK, 220-71*1 Street, Miami
Beach 41, 1 "le the oric-
"i- ll. ndlng In the office
the Circuit i "oui t on
or 1.. fon thi 3rd da) ol Deci mbi .
i i ou fall to do so, Judgmi nl
. ,|. : .. in h, tnki n against you
I-, ;:, i di tnanded In the Hill of
i 'omplalnl
This "-. -'.i II be publish' I
, nch iv. ek fot n-. cutlve weeks
In THE JEW ISM ri ORIDIAN
I M INK AND iRDKRED at Ml iml,
.Hi day of I Ictobt r,
A I '
LE VTHERM VN, Clerk,
i -,,. in i ...,! I iBdi County, Morida
,-,.,!, B-. r P COPELAND.
II 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 54238-B
IN RK: Kstati
ItEOINA BRE1TBART
I -, eased
notice of intention to make
application for Distribution
and final discharge
Ni'Tii'K hi reb) given that we
have filed .. Final Report and Pell-
:,,,n for l' trlbutlon and 1' Inal i ?Ib-
is Co-Ailmln of tin
estate ol RKOIN \ URE1 I'BART, de-
ceased and that on the Srd dao "t
Beceinbi will appl) to the
H,n.-i-:. Count) Judges of Bade
. Florida, for approval ol said
I rial Kepol t and for dlstl Ibutl.....ind
final discharge as Co-AontlnhHratora
nf the estate of the abova-named
di ci di nt. This J'dii da) ol I tober,
p ROBERT BREITBART
bkk.nAlii' B. BREITBART
BDOAR LEWIS, Attorney
300 I lagli r Federal Building
Miami :;.'. I- .,
ii :- it is
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 62C P975
NORMA C SKALCHUNES,
Plait
.1A MI'S C SK VLCHl'NES,
I f, ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
^| H J VMES C SKA l.i-IH'N 1 ST.
il .la. k-"ii Heights, NY .
.,1, nol -i.ii I-- -' iv. .i i op)
Divorce Complaint filed
.. i "ii plain.ill's sttorne)
liKOItiSK N I. 'lli ".as, 612 N.W. 12th
An i ami nl. original
with ii. .. i iin- '""in i "ii .'. be-
fon 10th ol I'.....nbel. 1962,
aim -iviii i-i confessed
In you.
PA I I'P Ni i\ -
K I i \ HERMAN, Clerk
(seall P. ci iPELAND
: put Clel k
16-22 30
THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 573938
RE Estate -f
la nis LYONS
1 'ev'i-as. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Ha
lug claims "i Demand! Against Su
Estat.
You an hereby notified and r
qiiir. d '" present any claims and d-
iiiiimls which you may have again*
ihi estati of LOCI8 LYONS deceaa*'
late "i Dade County, Florida, to tl
County Judges of Pad.- County, ar.
file tin- same in their offices in tl.
i uimty Courthouse in Dade Count
Florida, within six calendar montl
fi in the date of th.- first publlcatl
hereof, or ih>- same will be barred,
PAl l. KW1TNEY, Executor
PAl'L kwitn'KV, Attorney
11'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
il 2-9-16-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :h.
tin andei-slgned, desiring to em
i. i-in--- under the fictitious nan.-
ASSOCIATED Ai'l'o PARTS at 14
N.W 21st Terrace, Miami. Florid <
I name wit
hi "lei 'ii- nn '"in I of i 'a
-i.nn- v. Florida.
ELECTRIC IL EQl'IPMENT 0>,
I Soli Owner)
SBY Mi 'IK la 'Nl 'i IN
Altorni v for Applicanl
ll 16-23-30, 12 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN til
di Igned, di siring to ngage
- under the fictitious name
III I'SdN APARTMENTS at 120-111
intends i reg Isti i ss Id nan*
with the I'leik .-f the Circuit Cos .
. i'.- mi v. Floi Ida
MBLWAY, INC.
II) i .Tack Malaiiuid. P -
HENR\ A. KAMI'
Attorni') for Melway, Inc.
u 16-23-30, 12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN :h
th,- ii- di Igned, desiring to engage i
imsm. -s under th,- fictitious name
PLANNED l-ll'l KKS at 2680 SU
L'ltli ace, Miami, Florida Inten.
me with thi Clet
- 'ourt of Dade Bount
Florida
TllnM \s W. SHIPTON
FRIEDMAN .v SHAPIRO
Attorni -- for Thomas W. Bhlpton
u 16-23-30, 12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. i il. i: is HEREBY GIVEN th
indersigned, desiring to engage I
ll ,i. i- the i i- tltlous name -
Itegal Vending Company at 11 Sout
W Sth \ ue, Miami. Floi Ida, It -
tends to reglstet said name with tl
Clerk of the Circuit I'nurt of D' -
Florida.
I. \/. Mil S SKdl.NH'K.
Sole Owner
ii 16-23-20 12 r


Fage :-. A
Jrmitf FkrkJ&r
Friday, Noveb?r 23
End of
Menon
By MAX LERNER
Poll Shows
Jews Helped
Elect Kennedy
11
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.... .-.
pollster Oliver A Q
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u.- Nat
iacs and J
Mr Quay] .< ee pre* k
i Harris ft Ail
that c- Um private |
Pi esktenl Kenn Inrini
I9M Mr. Quajrle X
bal Jewi *eK c .i to -Mr Ken-
. dy at thi start I th I960 cam
I eeta to i* i ritiauj -.--- for laflen p litical arr on
Alter the end of Richard N:xor. c end of Kr.-r.r.a 111
to equate the two It jum haprx-rei tiat final r>
fllilfr happens -em at almost the tame moment. Other-.-.
trier are r*3 men. with different personalities. difl<
Men. a drfferen- J life. Each of them would be shocked
at beta| ment-ooed in the same breathNixon because Menon has the
r,,. -.,...-. KteOB a- a cold warrior of world capitalism.
Yet they had on n common They were both clever men.
overclever wh -- ek as without wisdom and destroyed them
re manipulative men. who saw men as objects to be use l(U, (ater ,eii .0A^y behind
es, and in the process they used up the.r own identity him -because he >.*- a Cat
Thev were marginal men. eternal nibjectl for debate by other men jrri ;,,.r.e(, support of a min
at to wbo aod what they were always skating on the thin edge between p-oup even U igl another mi
v.hat they were and what they wished to seemuntil a sudden b:a-t -. nt;,
ingnest >lic and Protestant .-upport of Mr
j Kenedy dropped in the la?t weeks
Unlike Nixon, whose cji*a*tar carrst twiet t the poll*, Mnon' came ,.( th(. campaign Bl may
from the botching of a job entrusted to him. There was a kind of tovc bwB saved hy ,he 1Dcr,;,.,
historic justice about this, for Menon was a man who always despised n ,he Jewjsh vote
the ineffectual groundlings, and who had the feeling that he could
come in and do what others had left undone. As it turned out. bis
skills were only verbal His abilities lay not in action and adminis-
tration, not even in thought (where he was surfacy) or in strategy
(where he was a total bust), but in words and in the tactical nuances
which could be managed by verbal formulas
As it happens I came to know Menon somewhat during the last
decade. I had talks with him in New York, in London, in Geneva, in
New Delhi. On several occasions I agreed that they would be off the
reporting what he had
obviouslv could not be made public But in New Delhi, where I inter-
viewed him in his capacity of Defense Minister in the early spring of
1960, I made no such undertaking.
He talked with his usual verbal brilliance, and I wrote two columns
reporting what he had said. He had been so indiscreed that when
the columns appeared there was a storm about them in the Indian Par-
liament. Then, as now, the problem was Chinese Communist aggros-
ions again India, and Menon admitted to me what he denied to the
worldthat the Chinese were making numerous flights over Indian
territory and that Indian fire was incapable of reaching the planes.
Menon'! reaction to the minor storm over the interview was to
deny that he had ever meant to give it to me. It had been, he said, a
friendly chat over tea. and besides he had never told me what I wrote.
This was the way of American newspapermen, he said. And to one of
my friends he said that I was simply no gentleman.
Thi* incident and my role in it were in themselves trivial, yet
Menon-- behavior was a reflection of his larger strategy and political
philosophy What they amounted to was that India's policy had to be
(.eared to keeping the Russians happy, and that they in turn would
keep the Chinese innocuous. Seen in this frame the ta^ks with which
a Defense Minister might otherwise have been concernedtho.-e of
working out a military policy and strategy and of getting the best arms
and equipment for the defense servicesbecame secondary and even
not very relevant.
After the Indian military collapse this fall, which stirred the Con-
gress Party and the Parliament and the nation, a friend of Menon's was
heard explaining that it had not been Menon's fault. The trouble, he
said, lay with the faulty military intelligence of the army, which had
not anticipated the caliber of weapons with which the Chinese would
be armed. The notion that so crucial a task of the military did not be-
long in Menon's province as Defense Minister illustrates the belief of
those around him that India's military problems were really political
rather than military
The crux of Menon's gigantic failure and of his fall lay exactly in
the fact that tor him the post of Detente Minister was not reallv a
military post but a convenient way of being Foreign Minister. Add to
that another factthat the foreign policy was based on the premise that
Russia was the key to a successful Cinesc attack, that the Russian
could be trusted to keep China in line, only the India-s by their nolicv
inspired trust in themand you get one of the paradoxes of military
history: a defense policy based on the assumption that defense would
b<- unnecessary if the foreign nolicv were shrewd and principles enough
If was as if Henry Wallace, 1947-8, had been made Secretary of War on
the theory that once the Russians were reassured by his high post,
they would give up their expansionist plans and a defense policy would
therefore be unnecessary.
Rabbi Isrcel Miller, spiritual
leader of Kinasbricg3 Heghts
Jewish Center, Eronx. N.Y.,
this week was elected new
chairman of the National
Jewish Welfare Board Com-
mission on Jewish Chap'.ain-
cy. There are now 370 Jew-
ish chaplains on full and part-
time duty at U.S. military in-
stallations throughout the
world and in VA hospitals.
Joint Service
For Thanksgiving
Jewish congregations of North
Dade were to gather at Beth Torah
Congregation on Thursday morn-
ing for a joint Thanksgiving ser-
vice.
Participating were to he Rabbis
Simon April, Beth Emeth; Jonah-
E. Caplan. Temple Adath Yeshur-
un; Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah;
Daniel Lowy. Temple Sinai; Har-
old Richter, Dade Height.-; Will-
iam ShalowitZ, Yehudah Moshe;
Sherwin Stauber, Young Israel;
Max Macbtei, Temple B'nai Shol-
om.
Cantors chanting the service were
to be Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Beth
Torah; Emanuel Mandel, Dade
Heights; Morris Neu and Morris
Menon'* stock i* low now, but i* hi* political career over, at Nixon's
is? I think not. It would not be out of keeping with NeMru's curious Berger, of Yehudah Moshe; Hyman
loyalty to him if he sent Menon to the UN to reverse the Indian stand Fein. Beth Emeth
and make a passionate plea to the world for help against the expansion- -----
ism of the Chinese. It would depict Menon as a brilliant lawyer deliv-
ering a legal brief, rather than a political strtaegist and thinker whose
Mra' v and philosophy are bankrupt.
Failing that, it is possible that if the time comes again when the
Russians show themselves willing to woo and be wooed, Menon might
be the man chosen to carry off the coup and retrieve both his policy and
his reputation.
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National President
Guest at Luncheon
Among B'nai B'rith women leaders serving on a committee
for the Todah-Thanksgiving luncheon in behalf of Israel
Bonds are (from left) Mrs. Florence Bernstein, president, Sun-
shine chapter. Mrs. Jean Burke, financial secretary, Emma
Lazarus chapter; Mrs. Flora Senick, president. Chai chapter;
and Mrs. Robert Litt. president, Hatikrah chapter. The lunch-
eon will take place Wednesday at the Deauville hotel, with
temanonal B'nai B'rith women president. Mrs. Moe Kudler,
as special guest.
Mrs, Moe Kudler. international
president <>f B'nai B'rith Women,
and the Rev. Nancj Elizabeth
Forsberg, noted congn gatlonal
Christian woman minister, will be
special guest: at the Todah-
Thanksgiving Luncheon to be spon-
sored b) Una: li'iith Women of
Greater Miami on Wednesday at
the Deauville hotel
The event, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs Gerald Soltz, will be
B'nai B'rith's salute to the State
of Israel on its 15th anniversary.
< r !lc at M"' Sim- *"ne R'"*1
B'rith members will he honored
for their role in supporting Israel's
development through State of Is-
rael Bonds.
Mrs. Kudler will conduct a Me-
norah ceremony honoring B'nai
B'rith Sponsors of Israel, women
purchasers of $1,000 Israel Bonds.
Head of the 137,000-mcmber Je/-
ish women's service organization,
Mrs. Kudler resides in Los An-
geles, where she was recently hon-
ored for her "outstanding service
to Israel"' by the Los Angeles Bond
Organization.
tfl.
w
oman s
QJUorlJ
The "First Lady" of B'nai B'rith
Women has served her organiza-
tion since 1937. and i< prominent
'ii civic activities in Los Angeles
and on a national level
Reverend Nancy Forsberg, who
will be guest speaker at the Todah
Thanksgiving Luncheon, has also
been the recipient of many honors
for her '''humanitarian, civic and
philanthropic efforts." In 1958,
B'nai B'rith Men and Women of
Patterson conferred on her their
"Outstanding Citizen Award" in
recognition of her contributions to
the community in the areas of in-
tergroup relationships.
Miss Forsberg has visited Israel
several times, most recently in
1900. when she devoted her extend-
ed stay to intensive study in the
areas of education, economics,
youth programs and immigrant
absorption.
The Todah-Thanksgiving Lunch-
eon theme was developed by Mrs.
Alfred Reich, president of B'nai
B'rith Women, 5, in conferences
with national leaders of the organi-
zation in Washington.
Preceding the luncheon there
will be a "Sherry at Eleven" re-
ception .at which Mrs. Kudler and
Rev. Forsberg will greet honorees.
Luncheon will be at noon.
Jewish Floridian
Education Day
At Beth David
liami. Florida, Fridav. November 23. 1362
Seclion B
Viami Girl Pursues Musical Career
Miami gill, who hope- some
to he a top musician, is no
-.'libuig. Austria. pursuing
tntion at the world-famous Mo-
f iin.
-ne is Donnie Snyder, a junior at
[ rtin College in Ohio, and the
i ighter of Mrs. Annie C Snyder.
i' Miami.
Donnie accompanied the entire
.nior class of Oberlin to Salzburg
lor the 1962-63 school year. The
imi Senior High graduate is on
. partial scholarship for a five-
> ,ir double degreeBachelor of
Music and Bachelor of Arts. She
also majoring in Spanish and
Gi rman, in addition to her piano.
Music is in the soul of her faro-
s'" explained Mrs. Snyder. "Don-
i<'s father, Eddy, is a famous
( mposer, and I suppose it just fol-
t naturally."
He has written such top hits as
I dk to Me" and "Girl With the
i Idea Braids."
\ fine artist, in addition to her
MliS OOHHll SNXDtR
... on artist too
_iit for music, Donnie is spending
her spare time in Austria, doing
pastels "i landscapes Recently,
she took a trip to Zurich. Switzer-
land, and she also plans to go to
Italy lor a fine arts course in tlu
spring."
Is she "practical-minded" too?
"Oh. yes," declared Mrs. Snyder
proudly. "Donnie sews all her own
clothes, including woolen suits and
formal wear."
In addition, last Yom Kippur.
she organized a group of Jewish
students from Oberlin and nego-
tiated for them to attend services
al the "lone, little synagogue" in
Salzburg, an Orthodox house of
uorship. where Donnie reported "it
was an exciting novelty for me to
be seated with women in back and
men up front."
Donnie. who among her other
talents speaks Yiddish and German
fluently, is also a graduate of Sil-
\er Bluff Elementary School and
Shenandoah Junior High.
nteen Conservative Sister-
hoods have already registered tor
Education Day to be conducted by
Florida branch, National Women's
League ol the United Synag igue
ol America, at Beth David Syna-
gogue, next Thursday, Nov 29.
Registration begins at 9:30 a m .
with Mrs Norman Shwedel in
charge
This is an excellent opportun-
ity." said Mrs. Harold Reinhard,
chairman of the day, "for all Sis
terboods to get personal attention
and guidance to attain the best
goals for Sisterhood and syna-
ue life. Our branch activity
chairmen have prepared capsule
workshops for parallel Sisterhood
chairmen."
Mrs. William Dickson, president
ol Florida Branch, will present a
report on her trip to the national
convention in New York this month.
Hostess for the day, Mrs. Louis
Seitlin, president of Beth David
Sisterhood, will bring greetings,
and Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Beth David, will
welcome the group.
Invocation will be given by Mrs.
Ralph Hankin. and the "Birkat
Homozen" will be led by Mrs. Ar-
thur Brown An educational pro-
gram will be presented by the Beth
El Sisterhood of W. Palm Beach.
MM. MOt KUOUR
BB Women Set
Mass Initiation
International president of E':.
B'rith Women, Mrs. Moe K.cile.
will arrive here from Los Angele
Calif., on Monday for a four-d;
stay at the Deauville hotel.
Mrs. Kudler will be princip>*
speaker at a meeting of B'nai B'ri* -
Women of Greater Miami on Mon-
day evening. 8 p.m.. in the Nepf -
eon room of the Deauville.
Theme of the evening will r
"Pyramids in Membership Tr
event is part of an all-out drh t i<
new members currently being wa;-
ed by the 20 B'nai B'rith V.
chapters here.
Some 3,500 women curi'<
stitute the ranks of the organii
turn in Dade county
Local chairman of the <
Mi Max Kern, membershii vii
president ol the Miami Beat
Council of B'nai B'rith
Assisting are Mrs Esther L ta
; ( sident of Miami Beach nci
Mrs. Murray Skup, pri sidi t, at
Mrs, Albert Goldbei g, m<
vice president, Broward
Dade O uncil; Miss Ed tl Sit
n ons, president, and Mrs
Sachs, in mbership vice |
Miami Council,
In charge of additional
tii n are Mrs. Kern and Mrs
Reich, president of B'nai I -i
Women of District .">.
The event Monday even, ij
serve as a mass initiation fox nc
members. 'Believe Bell -
Build" is the theme of the :
by ISABEL GROVE
Annual Thanksgiving family
gathering taking Prof, and Mrs.
\ndre S. Bialolenki and daughter,
Pamela, to Jacksonville, where
the reunion will be held at the
home of their niece and nephew,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ganson
They will be joined there by-
daughters, Elandra, a freshman
at the University of Alabama, and
recently-engaged Claudia, now a
senior at Emory University .
A luncheon in honor of the pret-
ty bride-elect will be given by
her aunt, Mrs. Adolf Lassk .
Claudia will be the June bride of
Robert Salomon, of Stamford,
Conn .
Another bride-to-be feted at a
luncheon, Debby Blumenthal,
guest of honor at a shower given
by her great aunt. Mrs. Philip
Helms, in her home. 216 Palm
ave Also receiving the
guests, all friends and relatives
of the attractive Debby was her
sister. Candy Buffet table was
decorated with pink and white
umbrellas, and a handsome cen-
terpiece of pink and white carna-
tions made by the hostess .
Dec 9 is the red letter day for
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hil-
ton Blumenthal and Sanford, son
of Mr and Mrs. Sidney Nather .
Home for the holiday. Janice
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discussing final plans for the Technion banquet on Wednes-
day at the Fontainebleau hotel are these leaders of the South
Florida chapter for Technion: Southeast region director Leo
Rutstein; chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser; banquet hon-
orary chairman. Dr. H. Franklin Williams; and Mrs. Leonard
Zilbert. Israel Consul Zeev Dover will speak at the banquet,
expected to attract some 500 persons.
Miami Technion
Women Cited
Miami women came aw;: wi
two important awards at t r
cent national convention of tt'
Women's Division of Am< net
Technion Societj in Phila; Iphi
Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Iruc"
Hamerschlag, delegates of tl
South Florida women's unit, r
ceived citations in recognition <'
their personal achievements la
year in enrolling new members
Specifically. Mrs. Thau wr
heads the local chapter as tf i':r
president, was the Technio- ad*
in individual canvassing. Cor
peting against chapters h tr
largest cities, including Ne> Yor
Chicago, and Philadelphi: Mr
Thau signed up near!) <>> men
bcrs into the Women's Division I
the period between Sept. :i> ".9t
and Oct. 1. 1362. On a chapfc
basis. South Florida finished se
end to Boston, enrolling 264 wr
bers to Boston's 311 in t! pa
year.
As a mark of recognition !
Florida's member increa- tf
national body named Mrs. HaiM
sehlag to the post of membershi
chairman for the entire Women':!
Division, which now encompass)
30 chapters thoughout the I niU
States.
National president. Mrs. Hi
man J. Leffcrt. of Philadelphia,
presented the awards during
special workshop session 0
bership, with Mrs. Joseph Wer-
heimer, of Chicago, presiding.


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..ers of the Hebrew Academy PTA vol-
seivices to serve students in the
B caleteria during the noon lunch hour.
left to right) are Mesdames Saul Solo-
ram Gruen, Jack Safra, Joseph Shapiro,
Sussman. Julius Rosenstein, Paul Weiss
rs. Rosenhouse
lo be Feted
and members of Hebrew
Women will gather lo
U to Mrs. M II. Rosen-
,. luucheon at the home
,'i Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
-, Broadview dr. on Wed-
on
T iisenhouse will be cited
. i\ iee and leadership in
nization tor the past ten
d Stti Rosner, chairman of the committee.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Bernard
Diener, Harold Katz, Marvin Choos, Leo Rein-
''d I."<->nard Rosrn, Henry Weinstein. Herzl
Honor, Irving Firtel, Sam Shapiro, Lillian
Meyer, Zvi Berger and Daniel Zalis.
Pioneer Women
Will Celebrate
December meetings ol Greater
Miami Pioneer Women will i><- le-
voted to Child Rescue Fund pro-
I. its and will also celebrate Jew-
ish Book Month
Club 2 will meet on Monday, 1
I p.m.. in the Washington Federal
| Savings and Loan bldg Mrs. Irv
] ing Liftman, president, will con-
duct the meeting, followed by a
review of "Women Build a Land."
by Ada Miamon. given by Irving
Liftman.
Cold* Meir chapter will have its
next regular meeting on Tuesday
evening at Beth El Congregation,
with Mrs. Isaac Pushkin presiding.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. chairman of
the cultural portion of the pro-
gram, will present Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bu-
'srre.'i film Scheduled
Next regular meeting of B'nai
B'rith Women, Sunshine chapter,
v.ill be held on Tuesday, l p.m., at
the Congress Bowl, 1650 NE 1^4th
.1. A travel film of Israel will
be shown, with commentary by
members who have recently visited
there, Uraeli chairman is Mrs.
Jacob Jatfee.
Miami AJCong.
To Hear Review
On Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., the
Miami chapter of the American
Jewish Congress will hold its reg-
ular meeting in the Masonic Tem-
ple, Coral Gables, with Mrs. Sam
I'tnchansky. president, conducting
the meeting.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Samuel
Rosenstein. Mrs. Julius Schwartz,
Nils. Richard Votra. Mrs. Fred
Weis, Mrs Herbert Zame. Mrs An-
I
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\
seph Shapiro, president,
ted that a record num-
sen ations have been re-
The luncheon is in con
it'i the Academy's dedi-
iiirnal, of "Inch Miss Sue
is chairman
:th Am Ladies
Ian Activities
!i.--. meeting of a comparative
iLiior, discussion group tor ment-
is ot Temple Beth Am Sisterhood
gather Wednesday, Dec. 3, at
h n of Mrs Paul Kahan,
W s.\ oiith ct.
Sidney Fagin will give the
. tion, a review of "This Be-
rt irked," by Lewis Browne.
Irs Ruth Freedman is chair-
e duplicate bridge group
b meets at the Temple every
at 12:15 p.m., and Mrs.
ry Gunther is in charge ol
I Theatre ticket books.
ron Cherkas, president of
I, has announced a pro-
.,i "Nearlj Nu sale."
are Mrs Daniel Franco
Morton Notarius, in
collecting clothing m ex-
ndition
|:. jular meeting of Sister-
field on Wednesday.
tl Tempi, auditorium
Baumgard will pre-
lew ol "Catcher in
bj .1. D Salingei
PROFESSIONAL MAN j
| ig 40'&, will share his
lOUS, luxurious waterfront
| home beath aiea, with one
two other affable gentle-;
n ciesiious of impressive,'
rely gracious living and,
i -oian entertaining. ,
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House located on deep water-[
way within minutes to ocean;.
lockage possible for large
! boats. Water sports at back i
door, beach and pool facil-j
! I'ies, oriental servant(s), fur- J
leau of Jewish Education, who will I niiniae Weiss, Mrs. Anne Heiden-
Dv rich. Mrs. Isaac Weinberger. Mrs.
review "The Rothschilds."
Frederic Morton.
Mrs. Sonia Gerbert will read an
original composition on "Jewish
Culture Through Books." and out-
standing Jewish books will be on
display. Hostess for the social
hour will be Mrs. Fannie Mindlin.
CIHHIl Will Ue .Ml >. rillllllt .inuuuii.
Bebe Idelson Club will have an
Ones Shabbat on Saturday. 1 p.m.,
al the Fillard hotel. 2000 Liberty
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ave. Dr. Celia Davis, cultural
chairman, will be in charge of the
program to include a talk on
"Music and Opera." by Samuel
Berkenblick. Hostesses will be
Mrs. M. A Comberg, Mrs. R. Stein-
berg and Mrs. S Libennan. Pres-
ident of the chapter is Mrs. Isaac
Offenhenden.
Mortimer Janko. and Mrs. Ed
Goldstein
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national
vice president, and a member of
the Miami chapter, will bring
'.Meetings from the national organi-
zation.
Mrs Louise ('.old. program chair-
man, will introduce Mr.- Hclga
Eason, director community rela-
tions of the Miami Public Library,
who will review "Cast a Giant
Shadow." by Tom Berknan."
Discussing tne "ramiiy Lite" conference oi tne women a Com-
mittee of Jewish Family and Children's Service are (left to
right) Leo Mindlin, executive editor, The Jewish Floridian. who
will be guest speaker at the noon luncheon session; Mrs.
Lewis Kanner, vice president of education for the Women's
Committee; and Miss Esther Lowenthal, JFCS staff advisor for
the conference.
Reservations Being Taken for Family
Life Conference at Everglades Dec. 4
nished to taste.
Not for the budget minded J
hut at a very modest cost, j
I) Adequate security required,!
|> references exchanged.
Call PI 9-2400 j
Reservations are no being tak-
en tor the second annual "Family
Life" conference of the Women's
Committee oi Jewish Family and
Children's Service, which will be
held at the Everglades hotel on
Dec 4, al 9 !" a.m
\v --I n's Committee president,
Mrs Irving H. Fell, said that "in
i n nting our second ai nual 'Fam-
Sulie Harand
At Beth Sfcolom
Sulie Hacand, nati ally-known
(ing actt lured in
ic il excerpts from I e current
Bn aclwaj hit, "Milk md H may."
membership palt} ol Temple
Beth Sholom on Sunda.> evening.
-.i" Haran 's appc trance was
bj the Tt n pic's Sister-
: celebrations
ci mmi morating the remple's 20th
anniversarj year Many other
parties and functions are being
in celebration i I this mile-
stone in the life of Beth Sholom."
according to Mi I u F. Snet-
man. Sisterh.....I president.
Background music and accom-
paniment for the program were
provided bj Martm Rubenstein,
pianist appearing nightly al '
> top night spot,
Kelly's."
Mrs, ine/ M. Krensky, a
president ol Sisterhood, was
Harand's hostess dun:.- her short
stay here.
ily Life' conference, the committee
has adopted a strong JFCS philo-
sophy tor its main themethat of
working lo avoid family crises in
the community.
"A major goal of the Woman's
Committee is to embark on this
program at an educational level in
order to prevent family breakdown
and help preserve healthy family
living."
The Woman's Committee was or-
ganized a year and a half ago with
the two-fold purpose of acquaint-
ing the community with the ser-
Vices available to them through
[twish Family and Children's Ser-
vice, and as a fund-raising vehicle
to support the agency's program.
"Their goal for this year is sup-
per! oi the agency's new program
tn establish a treatment home for
i notionally disturbed children,"
Mrs. Fell said.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Fond of Dade
County.
Rabbi Wernick
To be Heard
Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-
rael Sisterhood w II be held in the
social hall Monday evening. Fu-
ture activities will be discussed,
and Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will
give a book review.
Articles for a bazaar are being
l made in sewing and handicraft
classes, which meet in the social
j hall every Tuesda) morning at 9
a.m.
Adult Hebrew classes, under the
direction of Rabbi Wernick. are
given in the social ball everj lues
lay evening at ti p m.
Golden Agers
Hold Anniversary
Celebrating 15 years of service.
the ('.olden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami YMIIA will hold an an-
niversary dinner dance on Sunday.
G p.m.. in the auditorium of the
Miami "Y," 4:>0 SW 16th ave an-
nounced Abraham Berrin. presi-
dent.
Highlighting the evening's enter-
tainment will be performances by
the club's choral group, directed
b> Mrs Bernice Schwartz, and a
demonstration of folk dancing di-
rected by Mrs. Shirley Chall.
Members of the dinner commit-
tee are Alexander Yasen and Mrs.
J. Goodfriend. co-chairmen; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Berrin. Mr and Mrs.
S. Deel. Mrs Frieda Crecke. Mrs.
B. Kawaller, Mrs. Etta Oxman,
Mrs Ida Simon. Mrs. Rebecca
White, and Mrs. Frieda Yasen.
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Temple Zamora Brotherhood will
hold a breakfast meeting on Son
daj in a m at the temple. Harrj
Marks chairm ii si id Ih > r>r '
Tedeschi, professor ol psychology
.,, the i niversit) ol Miami, will be
guesl speak* r.
Junior Auxiliary
Tea Tuesday
A tea in honor of new life mem-
bers Oi the Junior Auxiliary. Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will be
held on Tuesday. 1:30 p.m.. at the
home of Mrs. Michael Bright.
10140 W Broadview dr., Bay Har-
bor Island
Mrs Kurt S Haft, concert sing-
er, will present a program of
songs,
Assisting Mrs. Bright will be
Mrs Barthold Strauss. Mrs. Louis
Bresler and Mrs. Benjamin Kane.
In char-.' oi reservations are
Mrs. Jack w Rabinovitch, life
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Friday, November 23. \%i
Jewish National Fund "Me Ami" dedication
banquet committee mets to formulate plans.
First row (left to right) are Mayshie Friedberg,
Samuel Kagan. Jacob Fishman, Reubin Mil-
let. Second row (left to right) are Max Hecht,
- Rosen, Isidor Rifkin, Isaac Donen.
I row (left to right) are Benjamin Appel,
William Bornstein, Mrs. Simon Shabsis, Mis.
Abraham Mason, Ben Silver, Mrs. Joshua Z.
Stadlan. Fourth row (left to right) are Joshua
Z. Stadlan, Herman VveintiUuu, ivira. iuCoD
Davis, Mis. Greta Pollack, Dr. J. A. Green-
house, Mrs Nathan Bookspan, Mrs. Wolfe
Shklair, Mis. William Bockwith, Reuben Burn-
stein, Mrs. Isaac Donen, Harry Foldmcn. Not
shewn are Rabbi Mayer Abramow;tz, Hyman
Eisenbaum, Hairy Minov. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone. Banquet is Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau.
Fifteenth Freshman Class at Brandeis:
Many South Floridians Among Students
Gables High School, whore he was
a member of the Literal-} So ictj.
National Forensic League, Nation-
al lie nor Society, Science Talent
Si irch Honors Group, and was a
Merit Scholarship finalist.
From Hollywood, Miss Pe-
borah Guberman. daughter ot Mrs,
Betty Guberman, 1747 Washing-
ton St., a graduate of South Brow-
ard School, where .^he was presi-
dent of Allied Medical Arts Club.
a member of the National Honor
tales and 10 foreign countries. I graduate of North Miami Senior Society and Senior Date, and a
Seventy-three per cent of the nigh, where she was president ot recipient of a Latin award.
tudents in the class of 1966 were tru. Mam club, a member of the And from Daytona Beach, Miss
n the top 10 per cent of their National Honor Society, and the Jessica R. Hurwitz. daughter of
.raduating class, and 87 per cent Science. Chess and Philosophy Rabbi and Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz,
vere in the top fifth. Eighteen C]UDS and a recipient of the Dis [2066 So. Peninsula dr.. a graduat.
er cent were valedictorians or anguished Scholar Award and a of Miami Senior High, where she
alutatorians. 'Science Award. She also receiv- was vice president of Student
Three of the freshmen are hold- ed the Summer Scholarship Award Council, president of Inter-Club
Beach League
Honors Binder
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka; Dr. and Mrs. Henry King
Stanford, presldenl of the Univer-
fairy nf-Mlaml: Dr. BeTOirFWter,
Dado county'- "first lady" of mus-
ic; Marjorie Dunn Smith, dir< i tor
of Musicians Clubs ol America;
Mrs Albert Pick. Mr and Mrs
Anton lo.b. Mrs Frances Sobel,
and some 300 others honored Her
man A Binder, president emeritus
of the Miami Beach Music ard
Arts League, on his 80 h birthday.
The League dedicated the open
ing concerl ol the season to him,
and Mayor oka gave an a dress.
The following new offici rs
directors, who w ill serve after their
ii -..llation on Dec 22. were elect
ed President, Gus Freeman; ex< i
utive vice president, Wi Ilia m
Greene; vice presidents, Dorris
Drexel, Louis Siegel, Bertha H.
Webb; treasurer, Boris M Graber;
recording secretary, Lillian Baker;
corresponding secretary, Ruth
Freeman.
Directors: Esther Barrett, Irving
Billig, Dr. Louis A. Bunim, W. Mur-
ra} Frankford. Joseph 1. Good-
man, Chuck Hall. Louis H Hober-
man. Lillian Kessler. Dr Bernard
Kwartin, Alice F Kwartin, Joseph
Malik, Kenneth oka. Mrs. Jen-}
Rosenthal, Marian Spear and Aida
Yaslo.
Rabbi Baumgard on TV
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumsard of
| Temple Beth Am. will appear oa
the "Still Small Voice, program
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn., on Sunday, p
a.m., over ch. 7.
Women's Unit
To Meet Here
First general membership meet-
ing of the year iponsi ri
en's Division ol Technion i ,
uled for Tuesday, Dec 7 l p.m.
al the home of Mrs II bert \
Emanuel, 43 Star Island
President, Mrs Philii |
announced thai the event open
to all members of the -ion
Mrs, Meyer A. Baskin chair-
man of the day's pn
Mrs Morion Fellman is chargi
i i arrangements.
Hospitality committi
men are Mrs. Jack K
Nan Cohen
Program will include Rrsi
presentation of Technio
Luc,"' and announcemi of life
members.
Dr. Unterman to Speak
Dr Isaac Unterman
on the Jerusalem confi
Jewish education Tu.-
ing at the Workman's
etz School, 1545 SW 3rd
Five Floridians. three from the
router Miami area, are among
ne 356 freshmen in the 15th fresh-
nan class at Brandeis University,
.'hey are part of a total enrollment
f 1.867 students representing al- daughtei
nost every state in the United Leader,
eign Affairs Club, a member of
the debating team, tennis team.
Arista, and a recipient of a biol-
ogy award.
Miss Sheryl L. Leader,
of Mr. and Mrs. William
1245 N.E. 145th st.. a
G.
rs of the coveted National Merit from Miami Heart Assn.. and a
scholarship, and a large number Scholarship trophyy from the Opti-
f others received scholarships mist Club.
rom government, business and Miss Limta R- Miller, daugh-
ther sources. Brandeis itself gave ter o{ Mrs Ann Miller and the late
cholarship aid to almost 30 per Xathan Miller, 682 SE 132nd St.,
ent of the class.
Students from the Greater Mi-
mi area are:
Jack I. Habib. son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Ralph Habib, 7635 Ab-
ott Avenue, a graduate of Yes-
lva University High School. NY., scholarship
vhere he was vice president of School,
tudent council and his Junior Martin J. Cohen, son of Mr.
lass managing editor of the and Mrs. Harry Cohen. 5
"eat book, chairman of the For-'26th ter.. a graduate
a graduate of No. Miami Senior
High, where she was vice presi-
[ dent of the German Club. Sopho-
more and Junior Class alternate
representative, and a recipient of
1 a letter of Merit in German and a
from Hebrew High
of Coral
Council, and Spanish National Hon-
or Society, a member of National
Honor Society, chaplain of Nation-
al Forensic League, a member of
Tri-Alpha. and Mu Alpha Theta.
and a recipient of National Coun-
cil Teachers of English Award,
and an Elks medal.
utes. Remove from the heat aai
stir in the baking soda. The mix-
ture will fizz high and turn some-
what dark, so use a saucepan large
enough to permit the mixturtto
rise. Cool thoroughly. In a rail-
ing bowl, cream the butter aM
granulated sugar, add the ep,' a.-:
beat until fluffy. Add the apricot
mixture. Sift together the flour,
baking powder, and salt, and add
Stir in the nutmea:*
well-greased 9W2&
s an invitation to refill the inch pan. and bake about 35 ma-
jar A good start could be utes at 325 degs. F. until the :.?
Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Mi-
ami, discusses with Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (left), and Mrs.
Samuel T. Sapiro the activities of the Women's Division of
the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Stan-
ford was guest speaker at a reception at the home of Mrs.
Simonhoff, president of the division, who complimented the
women for their project in behalf of constructing, eguipping
and maintaining the Jewish National and University Library
at Hebrew University. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman
of the "Woman of the Year" committee, presents a scioll lo
Mrs. Saoiro in recognition of "her dedicated efforts" o-
: of the Jerusalem school.
Women's Institute
At Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-El's adult educa-
tion program for 1962-63 gets un-
derway on Dec. 4, with the open-
ing classes of the Temple Women's
Institute of Jewish and Cultural
Studies sponsored by the Sister-
hood.
They will be held in two series
of eight weekly sessions < ch
ever} Tuesday at the North Branch
building, 77th st and Dickens ave
Morning classes, from 10 until
LI 55 a m will include "Elemen-
tar} Hebrew," "Prayer Book He-
brew in Song," and "Conversation-
al Hebrew," and the instructors
are Mrs Aliza Brenner, Cantor
Hush Adler, and Mrs. Amalia
Goffer.
Afternoon cla si from to 2 30
p.m., include "Choral Group,"
'Leadership and Public Speak
mu" and "Art Instructors are
Mrs. Florence Goldring, Mrs Mil-
ton Sirkin and Mrs. Reggie Yan
ich.
The Rook Review Series, -p
sored by both thi Sisterhood and
I'TA, will feature Dr Irvini Lehi
man at three sessions Di
reviewing "Ship ol Fools," i>>
(Catherine Anne Portei. Jan 30,
"The Rothschilds," l>> Ft
Morton, and the last on Fob 20,
tx k to !' announced
Also included in the extensive
cultural program i- the Brother-
hood's monthly breakfast discuss
ion session, with Dr. Lehrn
fording members an opportunity to
l< am more about the Bible Dates
will be announced short I)
other feature ini lu les
Luncheon club, in I It
I
lure Di la firman leads tin
Never underestimate the power
of home made cookies. Judicious-
ly distributed, they have been
known to convert thoughtless small
boys into gentlemen considerate of
flower beds and window panes. A
box of them sent to older chil
dren away at camp or school or
in the armed forces brings with
it all the warmth and love of home.
And many a fine cook acquired the
beginnings of her skill as a little
girl making cookies on a rainy day. | to the batter
The crisper weather of early au- Pour into a
tumn
cookie
made with two varieties contain- is a light brown. Cool to lukewarm,
ing dried apricots, since recipes Mix the confectioneers' sug, r wrtk
which use this fruit in the dough enough water to make an easy to-
itself are quite rare. The rich ,pread icing. Spread this flavor and glowing color of dried over the entire surface then cool
apricots are frequently utilized for completely. Cut into 3;
fillings or toppings but are much
too neglected as a basic ingred-
ient The finest apricots in the
world are grown in our own Far
West
Only those which are perfectly
ripe and naturally rich in fruit
sugar can be dried. SO when we
purchase them we are acquiring
apricots at their besl Whether we
like to use them with the flavor al
its tull intensity or softened and
combined with spices, the}
welcome note to our cookie roster
as delightful as thai ol the more

Apricot Pecin Rocks
familiar di U
In the firsl recipe the apricots
are used in a bar cookie, with the
i a fruit firsl softened by the
additon ol soda, This
Its i lor, and also results
in a delicate subtle taste particul-
arly hked by adults. Children oi
, lovi the Apricot Pe an
Rocks, so Idled with fruits and nuts
that there is jusl enough "t the
spic} dough to hold the cookie to-
gether.
Apricot Nut Bars
1 cup di led apricots, cut small
2 caps v
i teaspoon baking ,-oda
i .; cup -'lit butter
1 e
1 1 I cups sifted all purpose flour
as|.....n double-acting baking
powder
l i teaspoon sail
i cup finel) chopped nutmeati
l cup sifti tioneers'
l cup gi anulated sui
II nt. w ith the wat-
Bril : them
tu a bud then simmer foi in mm-
1 cup dried apricots
l .; cup veg table short
1-2 cup firmly packed :^rk
brown sugar
slightly beatet
l i up coarsely chop; ix-cans
l cup seedless rais
l cup sifted all-pun
1-8 ti aspoon I akii
1-1 ti aspoon doubli biiit-i
der
l 8 tea spoon sal)
l :' teaspoon groin n*
; ; ti aspoon groui
1 I >e. I Ol
i s cup orange juici rry
vjn.f.
Prepare the apt
i r them with Wi
a boil, then co< k
Cool, drain thoi
to small piece- II
n the Bh
Beal in lh< >
i\ stir in the ai
and raisins Sifl tog.
baking soda, bakin
and spices Idd I
atel} with the oi
Sherry. Chill for -
Di >p b} rounded t
ised cookie tins,
together aa they do
Bake at 350 degs F
until firn
at
minutes,
browned Cool on
make- about 10 I
Beth David US1 Parti
Beth Dnvi I Unit
youth held a part}
the Belli David Y
pfu* ]
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Friday, November 23. 1962
Je*istinksldfctn
Pcge S3
Givers," donors of S100 or more to the
;nnd o' the Jewish Home for the
d, gather ot n member1*' luncheon of the
Women's Auxiliary < the Home to
re theii continuing support of the cxpan-
i" Dou P< rdens. S?n'H
Mesc'j Sid-
B 'oln -','' and
' ire Mez-
' | : i i. pi ..;.
.
Mollic Silverman, building fund chairman.
1 -adore Cohen, a founder of the Home, Rose
el, Perth a Rosenman, Fannie Mind'in,
Sophie Rosenthal. and Charlotte Katz. build-
ing fund chairman for the auxiliary. Not shown
era Mesdames Yetta G^lvan, Ethel Janowitz,
v Howvitz, Rose Marks. Rose Needieman.
M'nnie Reiss. Hanna Reiss. Goldie Reiss, and
< !1< ra Kahn.
Thanksgiving Day Service
Beth Kodesh Congregation was
t< hold a special Thanksgiving ser-
vice Thursday. 11 a.m., with Rabbi
M a x Shapiro officiating and
preaching on "Our Glorious Heri-
tage."
Debate Champs
Highlight Evening
Sisterhood of Temple N'er Tamid
\\ ill meet Wednesday evening in
Sklar Auditorium Mrs. .Murray A.
Shaw is president.
Highlight of the program will be
d I.ales presented In students of
Miami Beach High National For-
ensic League, recently returned
from national competition in Hous-
ton. Tex.
Participating students, children
of Ner Tamid members, are:
Francine, daughter of Mr and
Mrs Carlton Blake, degree of dis-
tinction award; Louis, son of Mrs.
Lillian Feucr. Pine Crest debate
champion, 19H2. and Knights of
Pythias award winner; Jay, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mechling. 1962
State and District debate cham-
pion.
Also Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Paul, district oratory
champion; Lois, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Pcrliiian; and Dan-
iel, son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Sher-
blll.
Goodman Group

Planning Party
I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah
met Wednesday evening at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn., 1701 Washing ave.
The nrogram honored Hadassah
Medical Organization with a film
entitled "The Essence of it All."
There will be a membership par-
ty on Saturday. Dec 8. at the home
of Mrs. Belle Miller. 3493 No. Bay
rd.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood ol :
raelite Center will hold a meeting
Tuesday evening. Miss Lita. IJ..
ada. executive director of the Mi
ami Heart Assn.. will int. (due
Dr. Louis Lemberg, guest speakei
and Dean John Bitter. la>
er.
Chug Ivri to Meet
"'The Future of Hebrew i
lean Jewish Life" will be Di
iph S. Zuckerbram's topic
laj afternoon, 2:30 p.m.. .
meeting of Chug Ivri, to b<
at Temple Ner Tamid.
UM Student Listed
In Publication
Audrey Gae Borok. daughter i
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok. 1571
SW 87th ct was recentlj
to "Who's Who Among Students
American Universities an
leges "
Miss Borok i- president : \
Kappa Tau. highest woman's hoi
orary; president of Phi Sigma S -
11 a sorority: president of 111 Si
dent Education Assn., vic presi-
dent ol Alpha Sigma EpsilOl
ership honorary, a founding r
her of Rho Lambda, Panhelleni
honorary; secretary of the Pi
enic Assn.; and a "Madeir - Magazine" college board re]
tative.
Amending the university on
Dade county and Florid;
teacher's scholarship. sli
graduate in June.
[Left to richt are Paul Herda. of Swift and Co.. Claude Kinder.
H:cndcrd Brands, and Fied Auqu~t, August Bros., tasting and
[testing the 30 desserts entered by members of the Sunrise
>ter of the American Medical Center in a contest com-
. :::ed with the gioup's onnual membership drive.
Dessert Recfoe
Winners Assist
Sunrise tci Vnt
( mh ned its re-
cent annual membership meeting
with a conte.M of original "Taste-
r : 11 :. entered by members
Mrs. Chai l< Himmel was in
charge, and mas be mtacted for
the winniri r cipt s.
i and priz inner was Mrs.
i onard rki r :. r her cinnamon
coffee cake. Four clivis'onal prizes
went i Mrs Andri Geller, pas
r> tart rs, B. I .it t. sherry al-
nond iccl \ caki Mrs. Bob Trail
rig, tipsy ice cream cake: and
Mrs. Richard llclfman, noodle
pudding
Judges wer<' Paul Herda, "I
Swift and Co.; Claude Kinder.
Standard Brand-; and Fred au
gust, August Bros.
All funds raised from the sale
.it recipe books containing the con-
test entries go to the Cancer In-
stitute.
Phi Sigs Will
Meet to Dine
Alumnae .\^i actives of Phi Sig-
ma S gma will gather at West'
brooke Countrs club for dinner on
Monda) celebrate National
Pounder's Day,
This year will mark the 50th an-
niversary of the sorority's found
ing A Golden Jubilee convention
Is planned for June. 1963, al tit;
Waldorf-Astoria In New York City,
Beta Theta chapter ol Phi Sigma
Sigma at the University of Miami
will hosl an 'Apple Polishers
Tea" honoring I'M faculty mem
bers next Thursday, from 3 to S
p m.. in the Panhcllcmc suite. Lin-
da Filiurin. social chairman, is in
charge of the event
ners in the divisional
ite-Teat-Treats" contest
(left t } right) Mrs. B. I.itt,
sherry a'mond ice-
cake, end Mrs. Richard
man, ior her noodle pud-
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m f- )*! Wlr. Friday, Ncvember 21 [o^l
Socialite ... l\y Isabel Cjy
O v C
Planning the fourth annual series of classes in Hebrew at
Temple Ner Tamid are seated (left to riqhtl Mrs. Ben Fabric,
chcirman of the adult education committee; Meyer Samberg.
education director and principal of Ner Tamid religious
school, who will teach the course for students without any
previous knowledge of Hebrew; and Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Standing are Murray A. Shaw, president of Ner Tamid; Mrs.
Murray A. Shaw, president of Sisterhood; R c b b i Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader; and Aaron Center, instructor in the
course for those who have a basic knowledae of conversa-
tional Hebrew. The series begins Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 10:30
a.m.
Ner Tamid Lists Lecture Series
Temple Ner Tamid this week an-
nouneed a series of guest lecturers
as part of the Temple's adult edu-
cation series.
Leading off the program will be
Rabbi Allan Rutchik. director of
the Southeast region of the Uni-
ted Synagogue of America, in a
talk on "What is Conservative Ju-
daism?*' He will annear on Tues
day. Dec. 4. at 8:30 p.m.
The series will be hold every
Tuesday evening thereafter at Ner
Tamid others scheduled include
: i Harold Richter. Dade
Hi :'- Congregation, "The Ap
peal m." Dec 11.
Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob.
"The Zohar and Jewish Mystic
ism," Dec. 18.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Israel
ite Center. "Yiddish Literature."
Dec. 25.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah.
"How the Bible was Made.'' Jan.
18.
Rabbi Jonah C a plan. Adath
Yeshurun. "The F.mergence of
I Modern Jewish Nationalism." .'an
| 15.
Rabbi Morris Graff. Temple Is-
rael. "What We I.earn from Teach
ing Comparative Religion." Jan
| 22.
Rabbi Samuel April, Coral Wa?
Jewish Center. "The Mi anil
Prayers." Jan, 29.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth I"
"The Importance ol Ritual." Feb
Fl b, 11 'Ji aril 25.
v ill be R
i ./ ol Temple v
id, i- ad\: or. >n the < om
mittee are Mrs Ben f Mrs,
Pa ii Pn ss, Mr and Mrs Alex
and Mr an Mrs ( arl T\ -
Continued from Page IB
r i ./. ireshm ,i at diversity ol
Wisconsin, will spend Thank-.. \
in. with her parent.-. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Reviti

Two guests ol honor sharing the
head table at the dinner party
Saturday nighl given b> Debbie
Bruce at her home. 315 NW 110th
st. The joint birthday ol at-
lorne) Dick Wasscrman and Har-
old Kassin. who ha- quite a way
with a song to his own accom-
paniment, will entitle each of
then: to a single token candle on
the double birthday cake .
Theme of the festivities will be
a "Trip to the Moon." with float-
ing balloons representing the
planets and constellations
Among the guests will be Jerry
Ellis, Barbara Feuer, Richard
Miller and Phyllis Katz .
The invitations said "three t"
six" tor Irving and Shirley Mai-
vin cocktail party marking len
years of married bliss, but the
guests were having such a gay
time they forgot to go home .
Enjoying the Malvin hospitality
were Helen and Danny Sepler.
the David Kleins, the David Meag-
ers. Mrs Sam Solloway, Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner Radler. Mr. and
Mrs Dick Kaplow. Mrs Lenore
Kleiman, Victor and Fran Del-
Grossa. and Mrs. Thclma Ben
nett .
Thanksgiving dinner with fam-
ily and a wedding is the holiday-
fare for Dorothy (Mrs. Nat)
Friedman and her three. Penny,
Dennis and Katty Bookchcstcr, of
Palm Island Jetted to Chi-
cago for a visit with Dorothy's
dad. Alex Goldblatt. and wedding
of niece Susanne Kraus to Rod-
ney Glink on the 26th
* *
Adrea Soglogitz loved every
minute of her several weeks in'
Gotham Town, where she visited
with friends and family, did the
Broadway beat and managed to
gel along on no more than two.,
three hour- of sleep every night
Pi ;;;;,, to her Miami Reach
: i rhTUgtftTP HHcno. but
Harold up north as
her visit
ihe holidays .
Combination business and
for In ne an I chick
Perlyn, v h are taking a ten day
ng trip I Pu i to Rico, Mon-
, o B Haiti and the Is-
lands
Motoring up to Sebring. Sid and
Flon i i I is will have Thanks-
giving ; : er ith long tune
Is (hi lohn White- in their
home on Lake Jackson
Octogi narian plus one. I>r
Abraham Wolfson, will have Bi
eral relatives around him when
he celebrates hi- Blsl birthday
on Saturda; Here from Hills
\ .1 will l) m phew, Dr
Edward Wolfson, and his
Mr- Harry Kapell,
ass A-Gnlle Beat h. Fla
Mrs K i- Dr, Wolfson's si vi-
and mother of the late >
:-t. Will.am Kapell, remem-
bered here tor In- appearances
*rith the University of Miami
Symphonj Orchestra
Horn) Horn Toronto. Ontario, is
Mrs Charles Dernis, who was
there to greet new daughter
Alisa Gay. baby sifter of Laurie

Kim. 19 months old 7
are the form, r V.t\-
Morton 1 aufer
Keeping a pr n
Fon r arrived froi '
the Bar Mil i
son ol Mr and Mrs
this weekend i |
was her.' w .- for lh< ing mar,
arrival in (he world
be celebrated Sal
the Seville hot< 1
Others hi el [Stlj
for a Bar Mn/\ ;,ncf
Mr and Mrs. Paul >- tn .n ami I
Mr- Fann> Rom ju
honor Michai l si y^,
zer and Mi Jacq '. ntzer
at a cert Tony Sal ^j
ing .
In h"tior of thi ir
anniversi rj |
Jacob Rabinowiti
magnificent new
Temple Km.niu El fi the maul
sanctuary ''' n re-1
mon) was hold last I id.i; even.I
ing with Dr lr\ ing l. i in ot-l
ficiating .
Recuperating froi I
illness. Larry Flaun Pansy'il
Flower-, w .11 be ab i loav(l
North Miami General l{osptulii|
a few days
Aged Mark Thanksgiving
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged gave blessed thanks
at a Thanksgiving celebration in
the main dining room of the Home
on Wednesday at 7 p.m
The affair also commemorated
the birthdays of residents born
during the month of November
The eight r e s i de n t s honored,
whose average age is 79. are Mrs
Sarah Cossik. Mrs. Rose Lifshitz.
Mrs. Johanna Schmdler, Mrs. Lot-
tie Goldstein. Benjamin Hoffman.
David Jacobs, Norman Lifshitz.
and Joseph McKibble.
Each was presented with a
personal gift made possible by the,
Women's Auxiliaries of the Home
Highlighting the Than!
program were personalized a-1
pressions of thanks by numbers*
the Festival Croup and i prew-l
tation of folk dances by *>- higa>I
stepping Residents Dane- Groua.I
Both groups are led by NationalI
Council of Jewish Women voliaj
teers as pan of the Horr.e zrous>|
work program.
The program was <-o'-clu&J|
by the renditions of Mr Ami
Scott, professional guitar : ui|
folk ballad singer
A community song fe t|
followed by the reading of a potft
written especially for the "Hiari
giving occasion by Mr- j
Pass, a resident of the Hoi
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Schwartz announced "an outstand-
ing program depicting the high-
Is oi Sherman's ascent in local.
civic and fraternal endeavors."
'White Elephant' Sale
Sisterhood of Temple Menorah
will held its annual 'white ele-
phant" sale after the general meet-
ing in the social hall on Wednes-
day at 7:30 p.m. Mr.-. Ray Morse
is Sisterhood president, and Mrs,
Leo Sonnenblu-k is chairman of
'he event.
Speakers Bureau
Announced Here
Mrs. Harry Pi rsonik, Florida
chapter president oi the w in i -
Branch, I nion ol I irthodox Jew
ish Congregal ns
lunced the formation of a
Speakers Bureau here.
There are two lecturers current-
Sisterhood or related affairs, Mrs
Personik said,
Thej are Mrs, Alfred Stone, who
ducting an education-
al course f< i National Council
Jewish Women for the past
nd Mrs Abraham l.i \
ars educati >nal 11 i
man of the Ml p of
Hadassah
Dance to Aid
Retarded Adults
The Miami Adult Center : ir the
Retarded will sta
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the American Legion Hall, 1828 Al-
ton rd.
The hall was donated for the
cause by the Legion, and the \l mi
Mii-ician's Union i- providing the
music gratis.
Proceeds are hem" iisr.f| f r (he
rehabilitation, vocational training,
recreation, and a building fund for:
a permanent home lor retarded
young a hilts
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Friday, November 23. 1962
**/#> MrrMtor
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JVS Board Sees Program Depicting
Worit in Behalf of 'Problem' Employment
A recent addition to the .1 > s s!afl
i- 23-year-ol i Colleen Egan, who
specializes in helping the handi
rapped person of .'ill ages equip
him;elf t(, earn a living by over-
coming his individual problem
She has served a period ol In-
ternship and field training with the
Florida Council ol the Blind, both
in Daytona at d Jacksonville. Miss
Egan is, herself, partially blind
and the victim ol polio
[Colleen Egan. 23-year-old counselor of the Jewish Vocational
Servxe, has overcome the double handicaps of near-blind-
[ness and polio to the point where her job is the rehabilitation
[of others, not only at the JVS Sheltered Workshop, but also
ihroughout the community.
Boar of directors of Jewish Vo-
cal onal Service presented a pro-
-1am describing the work of the
igencj ;it its monthlj meeting re-
JVS, a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
met al the Sheltered Workshop,
3252 NE 2nd ave.. on the grounds
.i! the .leui>h Home tor tlie Af I
>..- Gerald P. SoltZ, vice prcs-
idenl ol the agency, and chairman
ol the committee on individual
group guidance, i> chairman of the
in .ram. which was introduced by
Mrs, Sam Staik. and entitled
"D.D.T.Dilemma, Diagnosis, and
Testing."
Program also included Sidney
Efronson, Jerome (', Greene, and
Donald S. Block, director of the
Sheltered Workshop.
JVS gives guidance to the
young and old seeking employ-
ment, helps chart educational
and business careers, and also
conducts the Sheltered Workshop.
This unit provides employment
opportunities for persons suffer-
ing from physical handicaps or
are receiving rehabilitation from
emclional and mental illness.
Citations Slated
At Dinner Here
The lourth annual Equal Oppor-
tunity Day awards dinner will pre-
sent three special citations in the Vice president of the student con-
Da.le county educational field Sat- Kieuation.
in day, Nov. 24,
hotel.

Judaea Weekend
At Beth Torah
A trio of events will mark "Young
Judaea Week" at Beth Torah Con-
gregation from Friday morninn
through Monday evening. Irving
Seidel, Congregation president, an-
nounced.
Some 40 youngsters who attend-
ed Camp Judaea in Hcndersonville.
N.C.. this past summer will hold
their annual camp reunion on Fri-
day. 10 a.m., with George Stern.
camp director, showing movies of YOlltll to TgI(C
the camp season. Brunch, prepar-
ed by the Zionist Youth Commiss-
ion, will be served.
Mrs. camera (Juberman, who
has served as a volunteer
advisor to Topai B'nai B'rith
Girls, was this week named
"advisor of the month" by
the organization. Mrs. Guber-
man has worked in this ca-
pacity for the past five years.
Part in Service
United Synagogue Youth of Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun will hold a
series of weekend activities begin-
Saturday morning services of the
student congregation of the reli-
gious school will be devoted to
Young Judaea, with Bernard Weis- W "ith Friday evening services
berg, national director of YouIi '"night.
Judaea, as guest speaker. He will
be introduced by Steven Shantzis,
at the Everglades
onald Block (left), director of the Sheltered Workshop, dis-
uses his operation with Dr. Michael Goodman, director of
ewish Vocational Service, Counselor Colleen Enan, and
,-larry Kissner, workshop foreman. Standing (left to right)
are Arthur Sass. vocational counselor, and Sam Boccara, as-
.stant foreman of the workshop.
student Nurse Wins Scholarship
Bullard. -lenient at Mt
I Hospital's School of Practical
I became the recipient of
scholarship award given by
n Freedom- Club of Miami
Bl it- regular meeting last
k at the President Madison
Vtc< rding to Philip Sahl, man
Four Freedoms, the civic
' ih for retired people selected the
[ ect "in oiver to encourage
young people to enter the
field of nursing.*'
Selection of the recipient was by
representatives of the hospital, in-
cluding Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes,
piesident of the Women's Auxil-
iary, which supports the School of
Practical Nursing, and Mrs. Car-
men Ross, director of nursing.
Jr. Gerald Lewis, president of
the hospital, and Samuel Gertner.
executive director, joined Mrs.
Mathes and Mrs. Itoss at the pres-
entation.
Receiving the honors for con-
structive advances in the field of
educational equality will be the
I niversity of Miami. Dade Junior
college, and the county public
school system.
These institutions are making
firm, progressive steps, and aTi
three are integrating smoothly and
without distress,'" commented Mrs.
Louis Glasser. EOD chairman.
She pointed out that the Univer-
sity of Miami, which bases its en-
trance requirements on examina-
tion scores, has added a Negro to
its faculty for the first time. He
is Donald Weddington, a mathe-
matics instructor.
Dade County Junior College has
integrated its academic program.
Mrs. Glasser added. This follows
last year's initial advances when in-
tc grated college classes were held
at a local high school.
The public school system insti-
tuted an experimental reading
class last year and succeeded it
with a crash reading program in
three Negro elementary schools
during the summer.
More than 2,300 pupils took
On Monday evening, the Young
Judaea groups meeting at Beth
Torah will have a special program
with George Stern, Southeast re-
gional director.
Beth El Ladies
Plan Testimonial
Beth F.l Congregation Sisterhood ident of USY. announced.
The service will be conducted by
VSY members, and the sermon,
"The Role of Youth Today." will
be delivered by Miss Slefani Bonn.
on Saturday evening, the chap-
ter will have an open house party
and dance at the Temple for teen-
agers, and on Sunday morning, the
group will conduct an open house
breakfast program.
Overall theme will be 'The Role
ol Youth Within the Framework of
the Synagogue'," Ricci Katz. pres-
this week announced that plans arc
being formulated for a testimonial
dinner in honor of Mrs. Max Rap-
pa port.
The dinner will take place at
Dora August Memorial Hall of Beth
El. 500 SW 17th ave, on Sunday.
Dec. 23.
In charge of information is Mrs. Bonn.
Sol Weger, dinner chairman.
USY members participating in
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Friday, November 23, \%i
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dotty
/CVAN OF THE WEEK
Dotty I Mrs Leon* Kaplan were Irish, there would he no question
.- >he had kissed the blarney stone. She has an elfin way of talk-
ng, is ell as the clever gift oi mimicry Born in Passiac, .J., Dotty
as the youngest of [our children. Her ambition was to become a
ress designer, which was evidenced by cigar boxes full of clothes that
ed lor he rdolls: That wa sher only concession to
being a girl, she excelled in all boys" sports
She was a whiz on a bob sled and two-wheeled
skates, and tops in baseball.
Interested in communitj affairs even as a uam .)
youngster. Dotty met her future husband.
Leon, at a Community Center dance sponsored
by the YM11A It was January. 1927 that Leon
walked Dotty home through knee-deep snow
lrifts, but it was summer June. 1932 that
they got married. After high school, Dotty
was enrolled in a fashionable finishing school
on the Hudson. However, a wonderful job in
a new bank fell in her lap. She was with the
bank nine years, becoming head of the proof
department. It was during this time that she
discovered her acting ability. At an amateur
theatrical, sitting in the back row of the thea-
tre, the master of ceremonies announced that
Fanny Brice couldn't attend, and that she sent
a substitute. Dotty craned her neck to see
it was. He called cut her name, and Dotty's friends pushed her
. aisle. She was a riot thenand has been ever since.
After four years of marriage, and five-months-old Linda, the Kap-
- came to Florida to visit Potty's sister. Lee. and Ben Snger. They
; ii so much, they just stayed Up North, Dotty had been a Junior
. : member, so she continued being active in National Council of
Women, taking on more and more important roles, ultini >t-l
. ing president of the Miami Division. She was also active in
.. Lame a Girl Scout Leader, charter member of Brandeis Univer-
.i itional Women's Committee, on the board of lit. Sinai Hospital
. Auxiliary, and Hadassah, among others She took part in
drive that came along, as well as appearing in skits and shows.
Since her accident three years ago. Dotty has had to curtail her activi
;,-- According to doctor's orders, she must play a lot of golf. This
nedkine isn't hard to take. Presently, she's out-going treasurer of the
vir.t-a Tau Mothers' Club of Alpha Epsilon Phi, and on the board of
Miami Brandeis University Women's Committee. Friday is her day
M Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and nothing interferes with that, even
oil
Leon. too. has always been active in community affairs and the
hree children follow closely in their footstepsLinda (Mrs. Richard)
Brickman. Rita (Mrs. Edwin) GhuburC, and Stanley. Dotty says that thf
:.\ idendS are the most fun. meaning the Brickmans two children, Karen
-d Patti. Another Brickman dividend will be issued soon. The Kap-
,'-.- are always in demandnot only at community affairs, but social
votings as well, where their sparkling zest always adds a zing to the
ing.
* *
T HOME
\ :nt Tiller Farkas was at home to her friends Sunday afternoon.
..-a very special party planned by her daughter. Helen Farkas.
er of her eightieth birthday. The birthday girl looked lovely in
, bit.- and yellow print, with a lace blue stole and big orchid. The sweet
as sel with a banquet cloth that Aunt Tiller had had in her trous-
rhe gold-banded dishes that she had kept so carefullv all 'hes'
ere perfect with the autumn flowers and brass candelabras.
I the guests were Mrs. Laura Goldstein and her mother. Mrs.
Goldberger, Mr and Mrs. Alex Shapiro. Miss Anne Iskin. Mrs
. ~unons. Edward and Fannye Klein and the Aaron and Bill Farrs
eir sister Irene, Mrs Milton Schlesinger. Son Harold Farkas
wife, Jean, from New York, were most unhappy not to be in
Miami en that day. but they'll be down soon to continue the celebrating.
* *
ALLOTSI PALLOTS! PALLOTS!
Morton and Glorida Pallot invited all the Pallots to a cocktail party
i r of Al Pallot and his bride. Honey. Honey was dressed in her
.. ii ;e green, which is so lovely with her red hair It was strictly a
.. ,.r married-to-a-Pallot" affair. They came forty-eight strong.
A _: bells were all around the huge cake that said, Happiness,
; --. and Al."
AT CAST
\t Last'' is the name of Neil and Barbara Schiff's boat, and at
.... Neil's sister. Eileen, got to take a ride in it. Eileen and Charles
. larth came irom Long Island with their golf clubs for a week at
Dora! Country Club Fortunately. Eileen isn't as ardent a golfer
a her husband, so she spent most of the time with her parents. Harry
jrni Lilly Schiff. However, she was there to see Charles win the golf
trophy. "I'll put it with the others,' said Eileen
* *
MY SON BARRY
Mr. and Mr- Gilbert Fein had a dinner party for their friends in
MtOT Of the Bar Mitzvah of their son Harry Michael. Barry's friends
pere included, too. Blue and white flowers and candles at the table-
tight made the private room at the Embers a delight to see. Barry
proud possessor of two sets of grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
".i, <<:i\ Mrs. Jack Weiss The cake was magnificient. in form of a
book with 13 candles on either side. Among the guests were
Dr. ind Mrs Victor Dorf. Dr and Mrs. Dennis Quitner. the A. Bermans.
B. L Binders. Mr and Mrs Fred Nesbit, Dr. and Mrs. Saul Miller, the
Hafts. Richard Haft, and Stanlev and Joni Tate.

AROUND TOWN
.Saturday night dinner at Marty and Pat Fine's was fun. Among
estl wire Harry and Marilyn Smith. Alan and Doloris Wilson.
ind Doris Bloch and Dr and Mi- Siumond Rosen.
Spectors Married
At Beth David Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Louis Spec-
ter were the first members of the
vector 'ami'y to be married in
the newly-ccmpleted addition to
Beth David. Spector Hall, dedica-
ted io the bridegroom's grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sa m u el J.
Spector. pioneer Miamians.
Rabbi Norman N. Shap ro per-
formed the early evening cere-
".>n< .mit,-o ntte Frrlberfl a-'d
Mr. Spector on Thursday, Nov 22,
which wa- lowed by a recep-
tion and seated dinner.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown ot chantilb lace and tulle
m. r satin, trimmed with irides-
cent sequins and se< d pearls, with
a chanel-Ieneth tram A jeweled
butterflj cap help a fingertip illu-
sion veil, and she carried her con
firmation Bible with three white
orchids and pinocchio pom-poms.
Her attendants were Mrs. Wil-
K.i'nn. the bridegroom's
sister, and Mrs Norman Ginsburg
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Erdberg of Birmingham. Ala the
new Mrs. Specti r graduated from
Shades Valley High in Birming-
ham, and the University ot Miami,
and is now teaching at North
Glades Elementais School Her
sorority Is Delta Phi Epsilon.
Parents oi the bridegroom are
Mr and Mrs Irving Spector, 1022
SW 12th t. Now an office super-
visor trainee in the John Hancock
Insurance Company, Spector is a
eraduate of Miami High and the
I niversity of Miami. He is a
member of Alpha Delta Sigma,
professional advertising fraternity.
\v. n Kahi
MRS. LOUIS DAVIDSON
\\ K i
MBS. MORRIS SPfCTO*
and active in the Hillel Founda-
tion.
Serving as his besl man was
William J Kahn, and groomsmen
were Julius Spector, Bill Dock. Joe
Erdberg, the bride's brother, and
Frank Kreutzer. His niece and
nephew, Renec Kahn and Barrj
Kahn. served as flower girl and
ring bearer
After a honeymoon in Nassau
the > ung couple w ill live at 39
SantiUane. C ral Gables
Miss Sapphire
Weds Scientist
Mies Paul -tte Sapphire and Louis
lack Davidson exchanged nuptial
...w- on Thursday, Nov, 22. at the
Dunes motel, where a reception
followed the ceremony Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop officiated at the earl}
afternoon wedding.
Attending the bride were her sis-
ter. Mrs. Danny Rodriguez, and
Harriet Davidson, the bridegroom's
sister. Groomsmen were Roger
Nelson and Danny Rodriguez.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sapphire. 1611
SW 29th ave.. and Mr. and Mrs.
Jen Davidson. 909 NE 17th Way,
Ft. Lauderdale.
Newly wed Mrs. Davidson i- a
(raduate Of Miami Senior High
and a member of Topai B'nai
B'rith Girls. She was former!]
mployed as a secretary in 'h"
Detective Division of Metro Pub-
ic Safetj Department
The bridegroom is i graduat of
he l'niversit> of Miami seh >i! of
mgineering. and is i>"-\- H\ n
ploved a- a aerospace technol-
i^i-t with the national aeronautics
in,I space administration. He i-
a member ol the America i Inrti
tute ot Electrical Engin er, In-
stitute of Radio Engineers, and So-
ciety of Automotive Engineer*
After a honeymoon in Vu |inia
t!.t young couple will liv at 842-B
Die-den dr., Newporl New-. \.,
Tendrich, Miller
Exchange Vows
Leslie Ann Miller and Ja u
Ten. rich were united m marriaft
-n Sunday. Nov. 18. al the Dri,|
Country Ctab. Dr irvini Lehrman
performed the early evening cere.
mony, which was follow reception at the club
For her wedding, the
a white peau de sole
lace 5 oke and seed pea i U a
ried white orchids i
Bible. She was atte
Stanley G. Miller and
Kames,
Best man to the bridi
Howard Tendrich, and
i-hers were Ron Id T
ilil Tendrich. Neal Schi
Eddie Dressier
Daughter of Mr. at I
ll Miller, 520 SW 22nd rd il
Mrs. Tendrich has an iciate of
science degree in del
from the Universitj ol
i- a member of the .1
can Dental Hygiene a
Her husband is also
ol the University ol Miami and
has a Bachelor's degTl I
lucation. He is dlreci -
physical education department x.
Ludlam Elementary schi M:
ami. and hi> fraternity i-
-ilon Phi
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs Isadoi.
i >U 21st ave
Alter a honeymoon in J
the newlyweds will live
ave.

MM. JACK TfNDK/CH
Rifas, Kligerman Visiting Jamaica
A morning ceremonj at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel united Karen
innabeth Kligerman and Harold
Martin Rifas on Thursday, Nov.
!2 with Rabbi Joseph Narot offi-
ciating. Following a reception at
he hotel, the newlyweds left lor i
aoneymooR in Jamaica.
Da ighter ol Mr. and Mi J i
Kligerman, 1G05 Daytonia rd., Bis
c.\iie Point, the bruit eho-e a
mre -iik peau d* soic sheath gown
with train and French illusion veil
attached to a crown of roses
Maid of honor was Mi&s Harriet
Rifas, and bridesmaids were Willa
Kligerman, Carol Cohen, Sona
Rosenberg and Marilyn Hurwitz.
Best man to the brii
Gary Ro\ in, and Joi I
nold Levy and Mil
served as ushers
Mr. and Mrs Dai
4ti3.-> Granada blvd
of the bridegroom.
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Friday. November 23, 1962
+Jm1st> fh rid/inn
Page 9-B
he Albert Einsteain
The Albert Einsteain group of
assah pr< sented a Youth
\ l luncheon and fashion how
iew Country Club. Mem-
dele this season's new-
elections trom Lewis Fash-
- o Miami Beach, and your
!" -t was coordinator and
rn< ntator ol the show.
. ,ii. man i i the day. Mrs
An. ipi. Jacob*.'1 wore a cherry
n i one-piece Italian knit. Her
...i>i| neckline was detailed in
opes kni; pattern. An Italian
as also the choice of Mrs.
Irwin Lisa, who was guest speak-
er Her one-piece dress had a
matching jacket, and was in a
lored damask weave.
', Samuel Frommer chose a
age and tan three-piece Ital-
ian knit, and her dress featured
hi popular overblouse. A black
. [cloth suit was worn by Mrs
Irving Kaye Her jacket was
bai :!e<; in Mack peau de soie, and
her white silk blouse featured
0 verti il pleats. Wool and
mohair was Mr* John (lours fab
i ic in a muted ?old suit. Autumn
pre ated in her sifk
b! .i. anil : le -ilk was repeated
in tm- turne ack cuffs of her
jacket
President the Rrouo, Mrs
Seymour Sh nan, selected an
emerald wool knit dress
slightly gathered at the waist,
anf. featured a jeweled neckline
and elbow-length sleeves. Mrs
Gerald Taines' -ilk surrah was in
a lattice print "i pinks and bur-
gundy. It was m th" popular
shirtwaist Btylii J. A silver lame
knit shift was the choice of Mrs.
Colt man Roeenfield. Sleeveless,
and with a high neck, the detail-
ing was in (he asymetrically
slashed pock:'- Over her hips.
AW Italian kr.it ensemble in a
French Blue color was worn
bv Mrs. Arthur WlUens. Her
"\c-rblouse was cardigan-styled,
with small pearl buttons down
tin front. Mr-. Irving Newman's
silk wonted navy suit featured
tin jacket lining to match her
-. The silk blouse had
a geometric design in navy blue.
A navy silk suit was also chosen
by Mrs. Harold Taines. Contrast-
in.: in fabric was her white chif-
fon blouse with a big ascot at the
neckline
An Israeli knit in navy blue was
the choice of Mrs. Harold Dunsky.
Her cardigan jacket was embroid-
ered with white caviar beads, and
,i white silk chiffon blouse com-
pleted her ensemble. A boucle
Italian knit suit in muted olive
Has worn by Mrs. Gene Lerncr
Her modified standaway neckline
was detailed with a textured
V.eave repeated on the turned-
back culfs of her three-quarter-
length sleeves. Mrs. Ben Bild-
ner's black silk crepe sheath fea-
tured a bknison bodice and jewel
neckline. Olive and lime colors
were combined in the three-piece
Italian knit worn by Mrs. .Martin
Grossman.
V fc
aaRS. Irving Wilson's knit shift
" was worn on the "charcoal
side'' and reversible to a warm
sand color. The self belt was of
both charcoal and sand, and jet
billions went from the neckline to
the hemline. Narrow stripes of
coral and white were the color
combination of Mrs. Frank Had-
dad's three-piece Holland knit en-
semble, with her overblouse in
white. A peacock blue silk sheath
and jacket ensemble was the
choice of Mrs. Jack Lebowitz. A
one-button, waist-length jacket
topped her sheath silhouette.
Black silk shantung was the
color and fabric of Mrs. Raymond
Kabinowitz' suit, which she wore
with a white silk pleated blouse.
Airs. Al Isaacson chose a vello"
silk sheath with a matching col-
ored mehair jacket. A navy moy-
gashel linen suit banded in white
was the choice of Mrs. Ben Karn.
Small yellow flowers were ap-
pliqued on her jacket. Mrs. Sid-
nv Berber had her burgundy and
Black wool brocade suit made in
Paris, The tailored look was soft-
ened with a black silk blouse and
a hip-length jacket.
MISS ISABCLLt HECHT
Hecht, Amdur
Plan Jan. Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. of
Miami Beach, announce the en-
largement of their daughter, Isa-
belle Miriam, to Neal O. Amdur,
son of Mr and Mrs. Allen H. Am-
dur. of Bay Harbor.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, a for-
mer student of Emerson College in
Boston, and is presently attending
the University of Miami.
The prospective bridegroom re-
ceived his early education at Blair
Academy in New Jersey, attend-
ed the Georgia Institute of Tech-
nologj. and graduated from the
University of Miami. His fratern-
ity is Phi Epsilon Pi.
A late January wedding is plan-
ned.
Miss Starr Will
Marry Cantor
At Beth Sholom
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Starr,'
(.1 2001 SW 84th st.. announce the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter. Eve, to
Cantor David C. Conviser.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Miami High School, and has a de-
gree in education from the Univer-
sity of Miami. An accomplished
pianist, she also plays the violin
and sinus in the choir of Temple
B< "i Sholom.
Cantor Conviser. who has served
a- cantor at Temple Beth Sholom
or live years, is n graduate <>l the
Juilliard school of music, and has
an MA degree from the Hebrew
Union College School of Sacred
Music in New York, where he serv-
ed on the faculty.
He has sung on the concert stage
and as a member of the Robert
Shaw Chorale, and was choral di-
rector of the National Federation
ii' Temple Youth.
The young couple will be mar-
ried on Saturday. Dec. 22. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Training School
Ready to Open
Miami Beach Jewish Home and
Trainings chol for retarded chil-
dren, now ready for students at
543 Lenox ave., will celebrate with
a membership luncheon next
Thursday noon at Eden Roc hotel.
Theme for the afternoon will be
"Dream Come True," symbolizing
the efforts of founder president,
Mrs. Ella Wallman, to build a day
school for retarded children on Mi-
ami Beach.
"The school can accept up to
50 children, and will eventaully
become a boarding school for 80 to
100 children." Mrs. Wallman said.
Vice presidents are Mrs. Rose
Halperin and Mrs. Dora Bidlolenki.
Chairman for the luncheon is Mrs.
Eve Brick.
Tl.l IL ,V l\ Iiuthwoi-i Ik
MiSS JUDITH Dl/etfR
Dubler, Mish
Will be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubler. 22u3
SW 7th ave.. Miami, announce the
engagement of their daughter. Jud-
ith Ann, to Joel Ronald Mish.
Miss Dubler attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, where she was af-
filiated with Delta Phi Epsilom
sorority.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. I':.,il Mish,
Upper Darby, Pa., the groom-to*
be attended Temple University,
where he was affiliated with Pi
Lamda Phi fraternity, and wfi -i
graduated from Pennsylvania Mili-
tary College.
Following an Apr. 6. wedding thei
couple will live in Hollywood, Fla
I
C.'rburn Plants Tree in Israel
By tpaeial Report
if ihi
Texan
dim i
Israel with
in J
heresl
Ifter sec ii.
his app<
.limn .
lal as par:
Music and D
.' Piai
livii g souvn
the Jewish SI
- great artists.
..mist. Van Cli
lirsit visit to
planting cere-
i's Sanhedria
- nc- of triumphs
- i'Ii the Israel
. -ii, and in re
Israel's Second
i Festival, the
ted a tree a- a
h first \ isit to
.recmpar by his mo'her
,mc. father, jij by representa-
tives cf the Israel Government
Tourist Office and the Jewish Na-
tional Fond, Cliburr. visited some
of the new forests which are rap-
Idly changing Israel's landscape
from brown to green.
[n the Sanhedria Forest, on the
outskirts of Jerusalem, the pianist
plantc I a pine sapling with his own
hands and was presented with a
certificate commemorating his
visit,
ai the conclusion oi the cere-
mony, Cliburn told Jewish National
Fund officials that the simple act
of planting a tree in once barren
soil ha- given him "a strong link
with the future of the State of Is-
rael."
Emma Lazarus
Flower Show
Emma Lazarus business and
professional chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its next regular
meeting on Tuesday evening at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1244 Washington ave.
Program will include a flower,|
show, "artificially Yours," by Mrs.
J. Spiegel, and games.
President of the chapter is Mrs.
Adele Baum. and Mrs. Irving Her-
bert is program chairman.
MISS CLAUDIA BIAIOUHKI
Hadassah Unit
To Study Bible
Monthly forum and study group
of the Miami chapter of Hadassah
will reconvene Wednesday, 10 a.m.,
at Biscayne Cafeteria. 1917 Bis-
cayne blvd.
Sessions under the direction of
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson. Florida re-
gion education chairman, will be
on Jeremiah.
Series is open to members ol
Hadassah ami friends.
Bialolenkis Tell
Claudia's Troth
Miss Claudia Bialolenki and Rob-'
ert Paul Salomon are planning m
June wedding on Miami Beac'.J.
Prof, and Mrs. Andre S. Bialolenki.
of l)iLido dr.. announce,; the .en-
gagement of their daughter this
week.
The future bride, a senior at
Emory University, is secretary of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and of
Hillel and Senior House Councils,
and is a member of Phi Delta Ep-
silon, journalism honorary, andl
managing editor of the Campus
Yearbook.
Her fiance, now in the Airmen's
Educational Commission prograrm
of the U.S. Air Force, amende*
Emory University, where he was
house manager of Tau Epsi'on Phi
fraternity.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice W Salomon, of Stamford,
Conn.
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BIBTHBAY ANNVIBSABY
I HOSPITAL BOUQUETS
ERIE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI
:BIRTHDAZE:
A daughter. Alisa Gay. was born
Sept. 21 in Toronto. Ontario, to the
former Elaine Dernis and Morton
Laufer. The Laufers have another
child. 19-month-old Lauri Kim.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
1 and Mrs. Charles Dernis, Miami
' Beach. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laufer, of
Toronto. Great-grandmothers are
Mrs. Celia Beckerman and Mrs.
Rebecca Tator.

First child. Laurie Ellen, was
born NOV. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Iserson, 19201 NW 22nd ave.
', Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Iserson. Maternal
grandparents are Mrs. Judith Bell
and Sol Braun. Great-grandpar-
ents are Mr and Mrs. Braun. Mrs
I Rebecca Ishlon. and Mrs. Minnie
1 Pearlstem. all of Miami.
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A FIFTEEN MINUTE DOCUMENTARY
COVERING THE RECENT HISTORIC
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
ME AMI DEDICATION
AND
PILGRIMAGE IN ISRAEL
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
420 Lincoln Road JE 8-6464


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Friday, November 23, 1962
Heller Will Head
Speakers Bureau
)aniel Neal Heller, national
ige advocate "f the Jewish War
terans, and i%2 Combined Jew-
Appeal general solicitation
i airman, has been named head of
newly-formed Speakers Bureau
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
jtion, it was announced Wedncs-
i y by Sidney Lefcourt. Federation
sident.
ieUer, a graduate of New York
kversitj and Harvard Law
tool, is immediate past president
the Florida Harvard Law School
-n.
In 1961, Heller was a member
si the United Jewish Appeal's
rst Young Leadership Mission to
Europe and Israel, where he met
irh Prime Minister David Ben-
Curion, President Izhak Bert-Zvi,
'4esh Shan-it, Abba Eban, Lewi
thkol and other leaders of the
i rael Government.
pon his return. Heller was se-
ted by the United Jewish Appeal
address the annual I'JA meet-
in New York Later, he travel-
throughout the South, speaking
behalf of I'JA at initial gifts
d other important metings.
Requests for speakers can be
i ade through Sheldon Wengel at
"^deration.
The Courier
bu Cjcro/J Schwartz
DANitl MAI HlUtK
IS
your
family
happy?
0' course! But why not make
thM happier ...at dinner to-
rght! Have some real old fash-
ioned tasting Kasha, the kind
G'andma used to make. It's
eronomical, and as easy as
beating an egg and chop.
p;ng an onion. Just follow
tie recipe on the WOLFF'S
KASHA package.
MAKES YOUR
MEAL A FEAST
JUSTBESURE
YOU SERVE
ENOUGH!
KASHA
BROWN
WCKWM6AT
^OATS
i
W&, KASHA
l/mlOUi. nutritious Brovra
B .**heat Groats. Also enjoy
V s Creamy Kernels (grits)
K.jj'im 'N' Gravy, Ksh Soup.
THEE: KASHA COOKIOOK1
Just address request to:
Phyllis Wolff, Pann Yan, N. Y,
J,.e Garfield, Leo Robinson, Dick Berenson and .indue Milton
Friedman arc setting up a gigantic Ded'cation Week for the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital Jan. 20 to 26, with executive vice presi
denl Phil Uoutz arranging extens've participation by the hospital's
rowini New York chapters Garfield and Benjamin Meyers, for-
mer owners ol Miami Bottled Gas Co., have moved the executive of-
fices ol Mygar Corporation into plush new headquarters across from
the Pedeial bldg., on Flagler st. Coral Cable- attorney Ben
Essen, who led the Shalom Cruise aboard the ss Jerusalem which re
turned Tuesday, beaming ever news that son Richard won the best
oral award in the national Moot Court competition at Atlanta, in which
the University ol Miami Law School edged Stetson University for
first place _
The Hurricane debaters, led by Harry Richard and Neal Sonnett.
of Miami Beach, ale attracting national attention with their unbeaten
record. Barry's the sen of Beach Councilman Melvin Richard, and
Neal seem- certain to follow father Murray Sonnett in civic activities
. The novice University of Miami debating team of Steve Mackaut.
Mason Wolpert, Steve Sturdevant and Martha Goldberg promises to
keep the Hurricanes at the top of the heap for years to come And
hotel magnate Morris Lansburgh is still beaming over selection of
daughter Ellen as queen of Miami Beach High.

Jack Freitap and Milton Coleman are busy convincing European
transportation companies on the value of selling Miami Beach tours
. Aaron Farr has been selected by TWA as one of 20 travel agents
to visit Israel hotel facilities and see the tourist boom there Mon-
day night at Sirkin Hall. Dr. Irving I.ehrnian said: It might not be
i bad idea to move some of eur Beach hotels to Israel, where it's a
eal problem getting rooms without advance reservations" Presi-
lent ol the Emanu-EI Brotherhood, Mike Sossin. has pushed opening
date for the Coronet up to Nov 30, with the koshei retirement hotel
nil the center of a hot light among other hostelry owners Al Win
;hell. Walter's brother, among the new stafl on the job.
Neil Schiff, whose Montgomer) Fast development in Kendall is
me cl the largest higher-price home sections being built in the nation.
man ol the Home Show committee Bernard .lam-, president
H the Home Builders Vssn. ol South Florida, has given the show
,-aluabl ipp it Metro chairman Alex Gordon will be master ol
eremenies al Wednesday afternoon's dedication ol the Metropolitan
i ce bldg. Dedication coincides with the National Assn of Munici-
pal Judges convention. Gordon once was an associate judge of Miami
Sam Sapiro, still convalescing at home from his recent automobile
accident, must really be on the mend. He's burning <*P the wire.- to
Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital to push for collection on outstanding
pledges Dr. Berthold C. Friedl. of the U ot M language depart-
ment, has an article in the Nov, mber issue of the Modern Language
Journal on the status of foreign, languages in the Soviet Union and
the United State: Irving Hoffman has announced his candidaC)
i r state legislature after reapportionment plan is adopted. He re-
ceived his political baptism in 1957, when he came within a few
hundred votes of then Mayor Harold Shapiro in a hot Beach council-
manic runoff.
Chuck Goldberg, of the Sorrento, has toy telephones that play
'Come Back to Sorrento'' Mercantile National Bank's Sam Seltzer
heads March of Dimes campaign for Miami Beach Washington
Federal says of Claude Pepper: ". as an officer and director of
Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. for the pa.-t ten years.
the) has the interest.- of the savings and loan business at heart and
should be one of its principal supporters in the halls of the United
States Congress."

Surprise guest at the Histadrut reception at the home of Harriet
and Jack Ritkip Tuesdav night was Mrs. Zeev Z. Dover, wife of Israel's
able Consul in Atlanta. She was stranded overnight when tog closed
in the Atlanta airport. Mrs. Dover returned from the Shalom Cruise,
but will be back with her husband for a whole round of activities, in
eluding the Technion dinner headed by Boss Gla-ser and Al Sher-
man, and the Zionist tribute to Gil Happaport.
Kabbi Leon Kronish. Paul Gordon, a founder of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, and David Bear Glazeroff, a founder of the Hadassah-Hebrew
I niversity Medical Center, were among the guests Glad to hear
thai American Friends leader Charles Charcowsky has found relief
with a new medicine lor asthma And we'll be seeing you at S.it
urdav evening's reception at the home of Dr and Mrs Irving I.ehrnian
for Abba Eban
Rabbi Hershel Brooks (riqhti. spiritual leader of Temple Za-
mora, discusses with Stanley Silvern, chairman of the Zamorc
Bar Mitzv<- March, 1963.
r^allots and J^anafers sZ^ntertctin
,^/4t sjmperial v-/Com# f a*ty
Officers of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami discuss
plans for the school's 15th annual scholarship dinner Dec. 16
at the Deauville hotel. Left to riaht are Samuel Reinhard,
Hebrew Academy vice president; B. I. Binder, chairman, din-
ner committee; Lou's Merwitzer, Academy president; and
Harry Genet, honorary life president of the school.
Mr and Mrs F. Albert PallOt
and Mr and Mrs. Jack Sandier CO-
hosted a "family movie-preview"
party al the Imperial House on
Sunday evening for an attentive
audience of more than mo rela-
tives and friends
Screened lor the first time were
films made of their recent 25.000-
n.ilc safarie around the continent
ol Africa, including stops in Ghana,
Kenya, Tangyanika, Kruger Na-
tional Park, and exploration- by
jeep, bus. ship, rail, and plane
into the interior
Other points of interest visited
b> the four Miami Beach travellers
were Nairobi, Zanzibar. Johannes
burg. Lisbon, Rome, and San Juan.
Puerto Rico.
During his stay in Jonahnesburg,
Pallot addressed a meeting of
the B'nai Brith Lodge there He
also toured several of the savings
and loan banks, conferring with
officials regarding methods oi
hanking procedures. Pallot is pres-
ident of Biscayne Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami.
Sandier, general manager of
ladio station WQAM, inspected a
lumber of radio studios in Ihe
metropolitan centers to compare
notes on daytime programming.
Among the guests present at the
film showing were Mr and Mrs.
Harry Schulman. Mr and Mrs.
Herschel Rosenthal, Mr and Mrs.
Caspel Pallot. Mr. and Mrs Jack
Pallot. Mr and Mrs. Richard Hor-
wich. Mr and Mrs. Norman Pallot
and Mr and Mrs. Richard Schul-
man.
Also, Mr. and Mrs Sam Sollo-
way, Mr. and Mrs Joe Perlman.
Mrs. Kuth Safl. Miss Sonya Klein.
Mr and Mr- Milton Klein. Mr
and Mrs Hy Galbut, Mr and Mrs
Henrj Wolff. Mr and Mrs Larry
I orter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Mandell,
Mrs Bessie Yonkelowitz, and Mr
it d Mrs, Sidne) Hollander
Mrs Julia Pallot, Aaron Ross,
Ida Mar-hall. Mr. and Mr- Ed-
ward Rosenthal Mrs Rose Inl-
and son Richard Mr and
Academy Dinner
Reservations Up
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brew mmittee,

1 -n mad for
he I5'h cho'-M >hip d n
be he! Dei 16, al
hi D auville I I
Pi i idents a d rabbis it all
syna I Great ?r K
area and lead ol all i it ic or
ganizations ha\ been invited
i men a re a c k
Cantor and Joseoh Cohen. Beach
councilman, Wolfie Cohen, is hon-
orary chairman,
Mrs Herman Marks, Max Mark-.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Wolfson, Ml
and Mrs. Walter Jacobs, and Mr
and Mrs Charles K Jacobeon
Others were Mr and Mrs. Paul
Marks, Mr and Mrs. Louis Rosi I
thai, Mr. and Mrs Frank Mark-,
Mrs Kate Marks, Mr. and Mrs
Norman Jonas, Mr and Mrs Pel
ry Marks. Mr and Mrs. Louis Pal-
lot, Mr and Mrs. S Klein. Ml
and Mrs, Howard Katzcti. Mr and
Mr- Ronald Pallot, Mr and Mr-
Norton Pallot, Dr, and Mrs. Mui
t,i\ Mantell, Mr, and Mrs. Georgt
Gordon, Mrs Rhea Goldfarb, Mr
and Mrs Jack Fink, and Mr
Mrs. Sam Heiman.
Also Mr-. Sara Harris, Morti-
Lomaskin, Mr and Mrs Sam Kann.
and Dr. and Mrs David Seitlm.
If you like
KREPLACH
Ravioli
IN SAUCE
You'll love
MEATLESS
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...Idled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
Cheese...seasoned the real Hal-
Ian way. So much tastier and
asier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per servingl


Fiiday. November 23. 1962
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Page 11-1
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P>c*r ^Ailtzvali
Joseph Forer
' bl i v rm.m \ Shapiro will of-
. i Iho Bar Mitzvah of Jos-
Slater Forer at Beth Davi l
% services Saturday morning,
' 0\ 24.
Joseph is an eighth grade stu-
i cni .it Shonandoah .Junior High,
i | ere ho is a member of the Stu-
council. ll" has won several
awards in speech and dram i,
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
Mr. and Mrs Mover Forer. Plan-
meetings for the founding of
Bi .. David over 50 years ago were
i in the home of the celebrant's
mdmother. llis mother was con-
i : ted there.
Following services, a Kiddush
v ill he held and a dinner reception
al the Seville hotel in honor of
the Bar .Mitzvah.
Michael Zuckerman
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Zucker-
man will be observed on Saturday
morning! Nov. 24. at Temple Judea.
with Rabbi Mordccai Podet officiat-
ing.
Michael is an eighth grade hon-
or student at Shenandoah Junior
High, and is taking piano lessons.
Following the ceremony. Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Zuckerman, 3311 SW 18th
st.. will host the Kiddush in their
son's honor.
. .
Frederick Alpert
Frederick Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Alpert. 1740 Nor-
mandy dr.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Nov. 24,
at Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will of-
ficiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus Junior
High and attends the Institute's
religious school.
A reception in his honor will be
given by his parents after the ser-
vices.
Stanley Foodman
Congregation Beth El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Stan-
lev Foodman on Saturday morning.
\n\ 24. with Rabbi Solomon Schiff
officiating.
\n eighth grade student at Ponce
l.eon Junior High, the celebranl
Agencies Discuss
Closer Liaison
With Federotion
\ series of meetings between the
presidents and executives of the
i reater Miami Jewish Federation,
and its affiliate agencies, has been
launched bj Leon Kaplan, Federa
vice president in charge ol
ti r agencj relations
\t each of the meetings, direc-
and presidents aiscuss pro
ms thai mi) mutually benefit
.. veral agencies, including coordi
lion, closer liaison with Federa-
iinl the role agencies can
j ,i> e ei.ii on and the Com-
ii ed Jew i-h Appeal campaign
M i meeting lasl week, Dr Mich
Goo In an, din ctor of Jewish
\ ncationai Service, reported plans
ing studied by JVS to enlarge
the Sheltered Workshop pro-ram
and for additional services involv
ing persons who have suffered from
serious illnesses and mental and
i hysieal handicaps.
In addition to Kaplan and Arthur
S Rosichan. executive director of
Federation, taking part in the
meeting wore Joseph Cohen, presi-
dent, and Louis Schwartzman,
executive director, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education; A. Budd Cutler,
president, and Efraim Gale, execu-
tive director. Creator Miami Jew-
ish Community Centers; Mrs B B.
Goldstein, president, and Leon
Flatter, executive director. Jewish
Family and Children's Service;
Maurice Pearlstein. executive di-
rector, Jewish Home for the Aged;
J. Gerald Lewis, president, and
Samuel Gerlnor. executive direc-
tor, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Barney
Bernstein, president of Jewish Vo-
cational Service; and Miss Minnie
Keinberg. executive secretary Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
attends the coi
school.
Parents of I B ir Mitzvah an
Mr. and Mrs Ira Foodman, III
San \ icente, ( oconul Grove.
Arnold Bernstein
Arnol:. son ol Cantor and Mrs
Fred Bernstein, will be Bar Mitz-
vah during services Saturday morn-
ing, \o\. 2t. al Beth Kodesh Con-
i ion. Rabbi Max Shapiro i ill
officiate
Kidduh will follow the cere-
monj in th num.
NVchael Waitikin
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah Of Michael,
son of Mr and Mrs. Henry M.
Waitzkin, on Saturday morning,
morning, Nov. 21. at Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Bo.u-'i
Ira Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon will
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of her
son. Ira Schmidt, on Staurday
morning, Nov. 24, at Temple Ner
Tamid. Rabbi Eugene Labovit!
will officiate.
Ira is a student at the Temple's
religious school and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High
Kiddush will follow htc cere-
monv.
* *
Gail Miller
Bas Mitzvah of Gail Miller will
be observed during Friday evening
services. Nov. 23. conducted by
Rabbi Simon April at Beth Emeth
Congregation.
Gail is a student at the congrega-
tion's Hebrew school, and attends
West view Junior High where she
plays flute in the school band.
Parents of the celebrant, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Miller, will hold
open house in their home following
services.
*
Michael Mintier
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son
of Jack Mintzer and Mrs. Jacque-
line Mintzer, on Saturday morning,
Nov. 21. at Temple EmanuEl.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High.
A Ki Idush 1:1 honor ol the cele-
Joseph Forer Arnold Bernstein
Gail MOTer
Michael WaitzHn
Alan Jacobson
Jan toeb
Ira Schmidt
Michael Mintier
brant will be held in Sirkin Hall
following the service.

Roberta Gordon
Roberta Susan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Gordon, and
granddaughter of Mrs. Lena Kap-
lan and Mrs. Rose Gordon, will be
Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening,
Nov. 23, at Temple Zion. Rbbib
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
An eighth grade honor student at
South Miami Junior High, Roberta
plans to continue her studies in
the Temple's confirmation class.
The Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by the celebrant's parents.
* *
Kenneth Klein
On Saturday aftemon. Nov. 24, 5
p.m., Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Kenneth Klein at Temple Zion.
Parents of the celebrant are Mr.
and Mrs. Erank Klein. Grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold-
stein and Mrs. Henrietta Klein.
Kenneth, an eighth grade student
at Kinloch Park Junior High, plans
to continue his studies in the Tem-
ple's confirmation class.
The Shalos Seudos will be tender-
ed by the celebrant's parents fol-
lowing services.

Alan Jacobson
Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Jacobson. will be
celebrated Saturday morning. Nov
24, during services conducted
Hi [rving Lehrman at Temi 1
El
|| stud'
nior H h, and
rut lions include golfi* ;
tiling at th< I imi Yai
Cli
A n ccption at Ihi Rones l'1
hi honor ol the B ir Mitz' 1
will follow the ceremony.
Marc Wills
c. son oi Mrs. Rhoda Wil
uill bei '"> B; r Mits ih at Bi:
lh Congregation on Saturd
mon Nov. 24. dUi Ing servi<
( ed bj Rabbi Si >n Apri
The celebrant is ;. student
Beth Emeth Hebrew school and
tend- Thomas Jefferson Jur
Kiddush in his honor will i"1
the ceremonv
Lawrence Gorman
Saturday morning services, N
2i. al Temple Zion will Include 1
Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence Gorm.
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman of-
iating
An eighth grade si ident at k
loch Park Junior High, the C<
brant will continue his studies I
the Temple's confirmation class
Mr. and Mrs Alvin Gorman >. -
honor their son at a Kiddush 1
low ing the services. Grandparc
ol the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. a
Mrs Monroe Pillar and Mrs. Ar
Gorman.
Jan Loeb
Mincha services at Temp.;
F.manu El will include the Bs.
Mitzvah of Jan. son of Mr. a;'1
Mrs. Anton Loeb. on Saturday, Nov.
24. with Dr. Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating.
Jan studies music and electron*
ics. and is interested in sports.
The celebrant will be honorec
a reception Saturday evening
bis home.
Put him in the driver's seat!
Two Speakers Scheduled
Temple J1: lea Sisterhood will
have two guesl speakers al a meet-
ing Wednesday, evening. Dr Mich-
ael Goodman will discuss "Jewish
Social Service in the Community."
and Dr. H. Franklin Williams'
topic will be "General Community
Welfare Council." Dr. Goodman is
director of Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice here Dr Williams is vice
pr< sidenl ol the University of Mi
ami.
Cite Large Gift
To Medical Center
Harrj Rosen, Miami Beat h civ ic
pad religious lcad< r, has made one
ol the in-' ibutions to
thi MedK al Centi r in Beersheba
being built bj thi Greater Miami
Uwish community, according to
nl this week.
Formerly oi Brooklyn. Rosen
serves 1 n the bi ards ol Kne eth
Israel Congregation and Israel His-
tadrul Committee of Greater Mi-
ami.
He is also active in the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Greater
Miami Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds. Jewish National Fund,
and the Hebrew Academy.
Free Sons Group
Will Hear MD
Harry Levy, district deputy for
he Free Sons of Israel in charge
if the State of Honda, announces
an open meeting to be held at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. 1133 Normandie dr.
next Thursday evening. Nov. 29.
Dr. Stanley J < oltune will talk
on medical problems in the space
program. Dr. Coltune is a com-
mander in the U S. Reserves, and
an aviation examiner here.
A musical program will follow
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Friday, November 23, 1962
'/Wf AM DEDICATION ON TELEVISION
Japanese Artist to Entertain at JNF
Welcome Home' for Caravan Leaders
First grade students of Temple Menorah's re- their teachers. Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. Mrs.
liqious school who were consecrated durirg Irving Rotman, and Mrs. Yuval Kachioff.
services on Saturday morning are shown with
Consecration at
Temple Menorah
"The study ol Torah is above all
< Is ..- the motto of the i
sceration ceremony al Temple
Menorah's Sabbath morning ser-
\ ices on Saturday ;ii :i a m.
Sixtj children who have enter 'd
I i si i .i-U' at Temple Menoi
r< ligious school wi re con i crat
( in a ceremony conducted b)
Rabbi Mayer Abramou itz
Maurice Revitz, pri sident. greet
o ents in a special kiddush foil
ing the consecration services
Consecrants ;it Temple Menorah
include Ether Behar, Mindy Ber-
l.mt, Barbara Biller, Aaron En-
teen, Bruce Enteen, Steven Effen-
son. Idalyn Finkel, Arthur Fishbein,
Lawrence Galitz, Mario Ginzburg,
Mitchell Goldberg, Dale Grabois,
Charles Greenberg, Glory Hahn,
Lisa Heller. Andrew Howard. Stew-
art Jacobson, Ivan Jones, Scott
Justin, Julius Kalmanson, Gary
Klciman. Beatrice Klepach, Brenda
Klepach. Judy Klem, Oscar Levin,
Ana Llndenbaum, Howard Lipkins,
Benny Mo.-tkoff.
Henry Nick, Charles Orvieto,
Jenise Passman, Michael Passman,
Robin Pilzer, Giselle Pozo, Robert
t ura. Robert Rappaport, Sandy
Ray, Jim Robbins, Kent Bobbins,
Mare Rubin, Michael Rubin, Mark
R&.TIsrael Schniadoski, Debbie
Schulman, Garj Shapiro, Michael
Skolnick, Neal Slansky. Griselda
- olarcik, Carl Solomon, Eric
nbei Ira Strachman, Steven
nan, '- Szt> lerman,
Ta] lin. Neil I II Todd, Rob
Weiner, I Wcin, v II
u illn 'i ..: Bru( i York
Co-chairmen of the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center are (left to right)
Sharla Rohan. Miami Branch; Jeffrey Blum, Beach Branch;
and Sharon Gloger, North County Branch.
Eteach School
Sets Conference
i" pic Emai Foui
Sch "'I part nl teachoi
Day has bei n sc! Moi
day .it the Not B auch I
'-" :--: Dicki
Parents of the first and s
le pupils will have an ........
i>- to meet Mrs Ruth B< r er,
gem ral stu lies teacher and M i
Fas Feinstein, H< bi e studi in-
structor! and discuss the children's
progress and de\ el pment.
Morris Tarasow lu< ati< r
r i tor ol Temple Emanu-El r< lig
icus schools, will i available to
confer with p
Foundation School v rk i I ac
tivity
'Teen Reaction1
To be Theme
"Teens React to a World in
Crisis" will be the theme of the
ninth annual teen-age conclave
sponsored by the Creatcr Miami
Jewish Community Center, it was
announced by Donald LaBclle, con-
clave coordinator
The annual event will take place
i n Sunday. Dec 9. at the Dupont
Plaza hotel, and will bring together
over :iiri delegates from 30 teen-
clubs sponsored by the Center
three different branch locations.
irmen for this
an Sharla Rohan,
iron Gloger, North
j Bi at Under their load-
Rabbi April to Speak
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will honor Jewish Book Month
on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at a
regular Sisterhood meeting. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of Beth Emeth. who
will review "The Dilemma of the
.Modern Jew," by Joachim Prinz.
Leon I I'd president of the Jew
sh National Fund Council 0
Greater Miami, announced thi
veek. that a "Welcome Home'
meeting of the JNF Council wi'
ie held tor members of the "M
\mi Dedication" pilgrimage or
Vednesday at the Fontainebleai
Motel.
A detailed report of the honors
ind recognition accorded the Jew
ish community of Greater Miam
,md its representatives, who par
ticipated in the dedication of Mi
inn's latest project 111 Israel, will
be given by caravan leaders.
"Tickets are going very fast,"
said R3bbi Mayer Abramowiti,
president cf the Jewish National
Funt* Southeast Region, "for the
Me Ami dedication banquet on
Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel, which will culminate the
dedication ceremonies and fes-
tivities held in Israel recently."
Plans for this function arc ,1!
nosl completed, and reservations
vill be available at next Wedncs
lay evening's meeting, said Rabbi
\hramow itz.
Program of international music
will be presented at the Wednes-
day meeting by the talented young
Japanese artist, Asako Tomita, ac-
companied by the concert nianist.
Esther Barrett. Miss Tomita, be-
fore coming to this country five
years ago. appeared in opera and
concert in Tokyo.
She has been heard in "Tosca"
and "Rigoletto" with the Miami
Opera Guild and appeared as
Lady Thiang in "The King and I
The meeting is open, without
charge, to friends of Jewish Na-
ASAKO TOmiA
tienal Fund in the commun
Meanwhile. Ell announce.,
the story of the Me Ami pilgrim
age and dedication will be
on an NBC nationwide h
over the Hugh Down's '
program on Friday morning from
7 30 to 9 a.m.
Golden Ring Club
To Salute Israel
Miami Reach Golden Ring Club
No. 2 will salute the 15th anniver-
sary of the historic I'nited Nations
resolution authorizing the creation
of the State of-Israel on So\ 29
with a concert at the Shelborne
hotel. Announcement was made bj
Jacob Richman, chairman, and Max
B. Cohen, director of the senior
trshin ram is now being de- citizens organization.
Fund- realized from the concert
I, including a luncheon,
, hich will feature a keynote -peak
I .1 full afternoon of
n groups, followed by a
V and dance.
dis-
tal-
Beach Studies
UF Campaign
52 Assn. Dance
Saturday Night
riie 52 \--r. "i Gn ater Miami
i- I annual Thanksgiving
rid -how on iturdi
9 p ni in the Club M irocco 1
1.
Resei are Miss
V tty Fleischer and Mrs. Hem
fi Id
All funds will go to the 1
cation's project which bring- en-
t rtainment to the veterans al the
V A ho-piT.il in Coral Gables, and
financial aid to the families
veterans
Menorah Chapter Brunch
Unite 1 Fund volunteers on Mi-
i.n'.i Beach attended a report
meeting on the 1962 fall campiagn
Friday, 12:15 p.m.. at the DiLido
hotel,
[n keeping with United Fund pol-
icy, contributed money is not used
to defray the cost of luncheon and
dinner meetings, and Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan A--11. was
corporate sponsor for the meeting.
North Miami Beach section, un-
der tin' lea lership of Geor M
Valentine and Mrs. R Poppiti, re-
ported
Ernes) Janis
.1 lies S Raw ling-, chair
men for Miami Beach. South, held
; rt mi eting al Miami Beach
- an I Loan Assn
t'nited Fund's 1962 fall campaign
of which 11 per-
n nt hi alri ad) been attained.
We know thai wi can depend
on the citizens of Miami Beach to
hi Ip us they
of the '' r0*isly supported us in
the past," said Charles l Clem-
ents, jr Miami Beach Division
chairman.
The campaign, which ends Dec.
13, supports the programs of 39
welfare and character-
will go toward the community.wide
campaign of the new medical ten
ter in Beersheba, Israel, co-spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Busi-
ness and Professional Council for
Kupat Ilolini-Histadrut.
Mrs. Rose Berek and Sam Cohen,
vice chairman of the group -aid
a S5.000 med'cal equipment quota
has been undertaken by the Golden
Ring organization.
The concert will star Michl
Gibscn, dean of the Yiddish Thea-
ter, and Carol Donn, Radio City
Music Hall soloist. The two
teamed at the recent 10th anniver-
sary conference of the Israel His-
tadrut Committee of Greater Mi-
ami.
David Goodman has been named
chairman ol the arrangements com-
mittee with Mrs. David Cohen,
s< cretary,
J. Z Stadlan, president of the
Israel Histadrul Committee of
Greater Miami, praised members
ol Golden Ring Club No. 2 tor
taking the leadership in this pro-
ject."
Principal speaker will be Mi< h-
a< Sossin, head of the Coronet and
Blackstone hotels here
"Blessing the Wine" ceremony is taught the you:,
nursery class at Temple Emanu-El religious school
teacher, Mrs. Edith Kutz, supervises the rites, with
Aranow and Randi Shenkel standing) olficiatMig. and .
right) Eitan Yanich, Michael Brooks and Thomas
(seated).
*
Memberhrme-a member brunch
WSJ held last Thur- lay by Menorah
chapter. B nat B'ritb Women, at building agencies. Slogan is "Help charge of the evening fs Miss' Fan-
1 nie Levitt, eye bank chairman.
Eye Bank to Benefit
Chaim Weizmann group ol Had-
.--ah win have a spaghetti dinner
on Sunday, Dec. 9. 5 p.m in the
Miami Pioneer Club, 250 \W No.
River dr. Funds raised will go to
the club's eye bank project. In
noon, in the Bel Ain hotel.
Them All
All at Once."
Mrs. Jean C. (Frances) Lehman (center) wa
at a recent meeting of the Evening Division oi National Co
cil of Jewish Women. Looking on are Mrs. Mori
nick (left), president of Evening Division; c..::
Cristol (riqht). division program chairman. M
column. "We the Women." appears regular. h J*
Floridian. Evening Division meets the hist V.'ednd
every month at the Pancake House, 866 Ponce it Leon
at 8:15 p.m.
a. ;-y
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Friday, November 23, 1962
* A w /f fit ricfrin
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i
SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER _J5
ully, Attorney Martin Fine
appointed DJ Mayor High to
end term as chairman of the
'ii Housing Authority. Ob-
,.i- were practically unani-
is in their approval.
. equipped with knowledge
rmness of purpose. Fine has
i I Impressive success In the
lice Of law, particularly in
field of bousing There's no
erj about bow he ler receiving his Bachelor of
degree at the University of
Fine recognized the ex-
possibilities and in-
es of government in the
! housing. He studied hard
: quaint himself with the tra-
ils amount of detail in the
federal housing aid pro-
Soon, prominent real
men began consulting him
lining him to arrange their
.uly housing projects.
lergetic and hopeful, Fine
Miami Housing Authority
., force through which more
te facilities for housing
citizens can be provided.
ther goal he speaks of with
igious enthusiasm is a sound,
iv needed urban renewal
am for this area in the near
' lire,
A man with a zest for honest
labor, Fine is simultaneously
hurdling some of Miami's oldest
problems and "new frontiers."
His Activities are well worth
watching.
a Born Talent
In J919, a five-month-old baby
lay quietly in his crib, listening
to his father, bow in hand, the
neck of his cello firmly planted
in the Other.
The cello sang out alternately
with exercises and the light,
bright ditties of the day.
Momentarily, an impulse grip-
ped the cellist, and he launched
into the unbearably sad "Eli EH."
As Harry Rose played, his infant
-on began to cry. Rose hastened
tn soothe him, and resumed the
more cheerful music.
On another impulse, and as if
test a vision of tomorrow. Rose
returned to "Eli Eli" again. The
five-month old heart stirred with
a imy. and wept once more.
Today, Leonard Rose is one of
the world's foremost cellists
and it is probably true that he'd
neither play "Eli Eli," himself,
nor respond emotionally if he
heard it from the instrument of
another musician. Bui Harry still
remembers the moment when
music first reached the ear of
'11- son's heart.
.Justifiably proud, and now 76,
Harry Rose lives on Miami Beach,
lie plays cello in the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra because, as he
puts it. "it makes me icel like
a new man."
Early next March, concert ar-
tist Leonard Hose will be guest
soloist with the Minneapolis Sym-
phony orchestra here in Miami.
Nil sense rushing for tickets. The
concert is already sold out.
Rapid Rise in Radio
At American University in
Washington. D.C.. Sidney Levin
majored in communications,
which he explain.-, is a "fancy-
schmancs name for ra lio and
television" Hired fresh after
graduation in 195" bj the late Col.
A Frank Katzentine, the wise-
quipping Levin has risen quickly
from an advertising salesman to
executive vice president and gen-
eral manager of Radio Station
VVKAT. pulling up the station's
ad revenues as he climbed.
Oldtimers in this area will re-
call the controversial Katzcntitre.
once the youngest Mayor of Mi-
ami Beach, and even better re-
membered for b r i n gin g the
Kefauver Rackets Investigation
Committee here to inquire into
crime in the area. Levin speaks
of Katzentine as "the most dy-
namic man 1 ever met."
WKAT is now owned by Mrs.
Ucola Katzentine, a hard-working
widow with a man's business
sense. But it is Levin's drive and
imagination in the fiercely com-
petitive radio business that has
his station riding high and hand-
some as it celebrates a quarter
of a century of broadcasting this
month.
At four years old. Amy Levin
is somewhat indifferent. She'll
candidly tell you she prefers TV.
Beth Am Youth
Name Chairmen
New committee chairmen recent-
ly elected by the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth at Temple
Beth Am are:
Religious, Leslie Relken and Ron
Lieberman; fund raising. Russell
Blank and Sherrin Block; social,
Judy Erstling and Matthew Baloff;
house, Brian Jason and Susan Bern-
stein; athletic. Herb Simkin. Jack
Weitzman and Michael Tryson.
Seven and eighth graders meet
on alternate Wednesday evenings,
ninth graders every other Monday,
and hobby night meets on alternate
Wednesdays. All meetings are at
7:30 p.m.
Sylvan Holtzman is youth direc-
tor, and Mrs. Al Levine is chair-
man of youth activities Leonard
Booth is co-director of the group.
BB Leader Steps
Down After 41
Years of Service
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The man who
has led B'nai B'rith's citizenship
and civic activities since he helped
establish the program 41 years ago,
tepped down last week, bringing
to a close one of the longest tenures
as a chairman in the 119-year his-
tory of the organization.
Sidney G. Kusworm, Sr., of Day-
ton, o.. 77 years old, but busy with
a full day's work as a community
leader and active attorney, who still
pleads cases in tribunals as high
as the U.S. Supreme Court, retired
as head of the B'nai B'rith com-
mission on citizenship and civic
affairs.
He was succeeded by Solomon
Roscnbaum, of Fitchburg. Mass.,
an attorney and former president
of B'nai B'rith, District 1. Rosen-
baum has been a member of the
commission for six years.
At two-day annual meeting
h're, the commission incorporate
I ed B'nai B'rith moral* programs
for servicemen and veterans that
was cirected previously by a sep-
arata committee. The enlarged
group is now known as the B'nai
B'rith Commission on iCtizenship,
Veterans and Community Affairs.
Kusworm persuaded B'nai B'rith
to inaugurate the program in 1921,
and had been elected chairman
every year since.
The four-decade assignment has
taken him to every state and most
of the cities and towns of Ameri-
ca, where B'nai B'rith has 2.100
'ocal men's and women's diap-
ers. He has also traveled extcn-
iively abroad as a member of the
B'nai B'rith International Council,
i post to which he was re-elected
leveral months ago.
Religious schools of Greater Miami organize a Keren Ami
Council at the Bureau of Jewish Education, which will serve in
the form of a "Junior Federation" to stimulate a better under-
standing among students of the welfare activities their contri-
butions assist. Seated (left to right! are Mitchell Solomon,
Temple Menorah, vice president; Jay Casselhoff, Temple Is-
rael, president; Bonnie Sommer. Temple Emanu-El, vice presi-
dent. Standing (left to right) are Leonard Taylor. Beth Torah,
treasurer; Shelly Perch. Belh Am, secretary; Ronald Schon,
Beth David, vice president; and Marsha Steiner, Beth Sholom,
vice president.
PTA Holds
Theatre Party
A theater dinner party sponsor-
ed by the PTA of the early child-
hood development program of the
North County YM1IA Branch was
held on Sunday.
The early childhood development
program is a service of the North
County YMHA. a branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
hTe evening featured a full
course dinner at the Candlelight
Inn, 3131 Commodore Plaza, at
8:30 p.m., followed by the comedy.
"Pajama Tops," at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse. In charge of in-
formation were Mrs. Sidney Rob-
erts and Mrs. Sam Spector.
Adath Yeshurun Dance
Turkej trot square dance, given
by Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood, was held Saturday even-
ing at the Temple. Caller was
Marvin Hertz
INSPIRING RABBI
Free to Accept Pulpit
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Main Pastoffice, Miami 1
SINGLE GIRL 21 to 26
TO SNARE APT. WITH SAME
North Miami Beach Area.
Wl 7-8709
over promotion plans for the play, "Send Me No
' which the Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood is spon-
Dec. 3 at 'he Shelbome hotel, are (left to right) past
lento, Allen Goldbeig and Joseph Abelow; Bureau of
Education president, Joe Cohen; and past Brother-
: president. Hyland Kout. The Temple Emanu-El Play-
be featured in the stage presentation.
'No Flowers1 Will Go on Boards
Emanu-El Brotherhood
lOr a special staging of
dar Broadway play, -send
Flowers." on Dec. 3 at
Shi Iborne hotel.
incemenl was made Wed
-day by Michael Sossin. Broth-
hood president. The hotel's night
lb room will be used, providing
et rather than the usual
atmosphere.
Tr( production will be present-
ed by the Temple Emanu-El
Players, headed by Fred Stein,
ind directed by Mrs. Trixie Lev-
in. o4 Miami Beach.
Hope Pomeraace, wife of the
fifth district contable, Rocky Pom-
erance, and Janel Schiffres, office
manager of El \I Airlines, will be
among the featured players,
Others include Stein. Jeff Kap-
lan, l)r Philip Stein, Jimmy Ros-
enstrauch, Lee Rokeach, Rose
Kogan, -Mae Epstein, Blanche Ros-
enblatt and Barbara Bessey.
South Broward Bazaar
ih gro ar ish Commun-
itj Center held .1 bazaar last Sat-
urday, Sunda) an i Mon laj Chair-
man was N'at K
Dunsky Named
To New Post
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital this
week announced that Harold Dun-
sky has been appointed director of
community relations of the hospi-
tal.
In this newly-inaugurated pro-
gram, Dunsky will lie responsible
for a closer relationship of com-
munity organizations to the hos-
pital, "as well as presenting the
hospital's image, program, ideals
and goal to the public."
On the scene since May. 1958,
when he conducted the SHI million
Mt. Sinai Hospital campaign. Dun-
sky has also been involved in the
campaigns for two other hospitals
here
The development fund raised a
sufficient amount of money to en-
alde Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
to open its doors on Nov. 19. 1961.
The hospital has been operating
since at near-maximum bed capac-
ity. Currently, there is an expan-
sion program underway to com-
plete the upper three floors.
Describing Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital as an "unfinished plant"
in the Miami area. Dunsky said
that the hospital has been forced
to work at 50 per cent of its poten-
tial until the upper three floors
can be completed, affording an ex-
tra 171 bed-
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Friday, November 23, 1962

Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
.^bbi Selfier Named Regional Director
Of UAHC Southeast Council Office Here
hotel, and the newes
never had II -
Is line fuiM'N now in
ai i aj ol sports
them BBY
After seeing what "oldies" the local screens, including first-run
displaying, it's no longer smart to say: "1 haven't seen thai movk
years but expect it to pop up any night on mj TV screen." Now
i can exiect almost any oldie" to appear momentarily al JTOUl
orite mo\ ie house.
The feature film shortage, played up in Hollywood movie news
i-ories over the past year, is now quite apparent. The big studios
; running with skeleton crews, if they aren't shut down, or de-
ating full time to TV fare.
Once the Hollywood movie nulls ground out "B" films to aug
nt the bigger spectacles and keep their stalls on lull time .-.-lied
i ,-s. But now film-makers concentrate on "big ones" only. And they
e far and few between. Result: the "oldies" arc being revived by
dozens.
* *
THE SPORTS SCENE: Former Bayshore pro. Sj Levine. now re
aed to an ateur status since going into the insurance field lipped us
to the new 18-hole Presidential course ol the Diplomat. Sy li
layout with Sam Friedland, the owner, and had nothing bm rav
- the "northern" contour ol the fairways, plenty of rolling lerraii
. :l other tr. -'s. besid 's palms.
That'll be two 18-holers for the Diploma)
uld open sometime in D ber. Golfers
. id, what Mill so many n and exceptional
ir midst.
Spotted a lot ol localilos fine
1 buying same al Ki N 2nd avc
.ef Jerry Carver; Pink) Di ibin, ol l pi R< Pom|
.Ire. bossman ol swank M Kim's, which should l.e Dei
Surfside; Lew Jordan thi SI < W'ald. exec
e direct^ ol Temple En
* *
NIGHT and DAY: Thi irsl ol lh( reserved-seal movies to hil
n for I ison. "The Lcngest Day." won hij deserving
im ilisl licenl battli sci th< D Daj land
js in Fra ci Forty-two stars shim in thr equences
.ether m breathta fashion It's al the Li
three ho rs ol actionful battlefront drama on the wide scri
Jackie Gleason, who has done everything vocally comedy,
ama and song t odate on both TV and movie screens, does
;/eryfhing in pantomime this time out, in his latest film, "Gigot,"
hich lights up the screens at Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St.
"leatres this week.
A British comedy, "Coming Out Party," relates hi jinks ol a cap
ed Britisl scientist in a Nazi war prison, and is now at the Nor-
ndie on tl Beach.
Saturday night at the D< ral Country Club is one ol the highlights
the week for local folk who like tu step out at week's end in best
tuck. Food's the finest, and the music most danceable. Best
11. the i r ce is right.
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Harold Dunsky. Cedars of Lebanon
d-raiscr. has an inside track on the "Cleopatra" premiere here as
H'netit for the hospital He saw Liz Taylor in Home alter she
ught he was connected with her favorite hospital ol same name in
- Angeles. But she was gracious enough to promise to help
i she learned it v ..- the Miami hospital.
The Middle Easl Restaurant, featuring Arabic dishes, is the talk
ie Town these day s.
Edmond F. Ricketts, associated director of Public Administra-
an Service, Chicago, was goest speaker at the monthly dinner meet-
-g of the South Florida chapter at Tony's Fish Market. Many of-
da li from local cities and county .governments heard him.
A complimentary glass ol sherrj awaits diners at the smart
iden Kay, Westbrooke Country Club's new dining and dancing spol
.luir Teichner is in charge and the room's open 5:30 p.m. until
m., Fridays, Saturdays ai Sundays only, at present
Catering exec and Mrs < rge Milh' i recenl h sts ol dinner |
King Arthur's (cunt. He"> done big job as chairman and creator ol
Cub I str) Committee Goal: out-of-town
- foi i iba 'i refuj i es h< re.
* *
ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: The elegant De Continental, with
Victor Bidones at th< has reopened, serving again fini
:ul i an I wines at thi B i location.
Sau< itzel pai excellenci are among the
icacies f< ind every day the popular Hofbrau Haus on U.S l
Gull ark
It'.- the 17th year in for the popular Royal Hungarian
staurant, t.:i v. isl Vfia Complimentary drinks
'noshes" .-, y i : th > h meal.
The Fireside Restaurant is prepared to cater to special parties
'd organizations of all sizes. Morris Piken is the man to see for
our party plans.
I i. al broiled Roumanian steak is specialty at the Chatterbox
staurant, 1220 NE 163rd si
Ci iititicnt.il dinin room Miami's anl> "Shomer Shabbos." The
ightful kosher i itery is located at 8393 Bird rd. Inside and outside-
premises caterin in thei ally of the spot,
Downtown Miami businessmen for years have enjoyed the lunch-
is. from a sandwich to a full course home style meat, at the Rose-
on NK 5th st
* *
addenda: There is always a 'first' lor everything. For th?
time in my 17 years in this community. I lost a leading charactei
a five-character play 24 hours before opening," notes Ruth Foreman,
ector of Studio M. 208 Bird rd. Filling the breech is English actri si
. orh Wheeler, u ho prior to Coming to the I S three years a 0,
formed in every important country, including Turkey. "A Taste of
ney" reopens at Studio M on Friday for a tWO-week run .
"The Filth Season," hilarious play about the garment industry,
. l be presented Saturday al Westbrooke Country Club by the Gal-
y Playhouse. Producer is Ralph Marino. Curtain time is 8:30 .
The Golden Key Room, a new dinner and supper club, has opened
Weatbrooke Country Club. The Colder' Key is open for dinner from
" so to p.m on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, and there
from 9 to l on those three nights. Arthur Teich-
is executive food and beverage director,
By Special Report
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, ol New
, ij has been named new
egional director 11 the Soul
'ouncil ol the Union < t American
lebreu Congregations.
The announcement was made by
tabbi Maurice N Ki-endr.ith.
:AHC president.
The Council is a region of the
L'AHC, central body ol 640 Reform
,, wish temple in the United states.
Bjiada. Panama, anil the Dutch
A'esl Indie-, with membership over
nc million persons
Music Award
Winner Performs
Second annual paid-up member-
ship luncheon ol the George Gersh
Am Ladies' Auxiliary was held
& turday, 12 30 p.m., al the Bel-
Aire hotel
Mis. k n Blum, winner of the
Si an music scholarship
iven by the George Gersh
Kni Is of Pyth s Lodgi pn
I a musical program
A fur and sweater fashion shov
hy Mr Ei -el ol Lincoln Mall mod
by members ol the auxiliary.
Mrs Harry Eilen membership
vice president, was chairman of
and Mrs Jack Herman
. as in i harge oi the program.
Bar Mitzvah
Year Celebration
Temple Zamora will celebrate its
rar Mitzvah year al a banquet on
Mar 16, L963
In conjunction with the 13tb au-
niversary function, Temple Zamora
'hi- week initiated a Bar Mitzvah
Year Book. Chairman is Stanley
Silvern, till" Riviera dr., Coral
Gables
Committee members include
Leon Honig, William Raskin, Hal-
oid Shuman, Harry Marks, and
Morris Moskowitz.
Food Baskets
Project Aided
Pythian Sisters, Miami Beach 13,
will have a games party next
Thursday evening, Nov 28. at the
American Legion bldg 1802 Alton
rd
Proceeds will be used for the
club's project, food baskets.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Evelyn Decky, and Mrs. Ross Le
vine is president ol the organiza-
tion.
The Southeait Council repre-
sents 56 Reform eoogrejations in
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Sooth
Carolina, Eastern Tenr.essse,
Panama, and the Dutch West In-
dies. The Council maintains of-
fices at 816 Congreis bldg., Mi-
ami.
Rabbi Seltzer succeeds Rabbi
William Sajowitz. who has taken
be pulpit ol South Shore Temple.
Chicago, HI
Rabbi Seiner will assume his
new duties m the early part of
1963 At present, he is assistant
spiritual leader ol Central Syna-
gogue in New York City. A native
Cincinnati, he was graduate from
he University Ol Cincinnati in
1955. and on ained al the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute ot
K. ligion in 1959. His first pulpit
. rempie Israel Memphis, l'enn .
as assistant rabbi.
A veteran Of the Unite.I State-
Army, he served during the Korean
, t as a < haplain's assistant in
he European theatre of operations
p.abbi Seltzer has appeared on
the ABC radio network program,
Message of Israel," and on
broadcasts over WCBS and WNBC
in New York.
His literary efforts have been
published in such leading m
as i s New and World R<
' port and the Journal oi the Central
feri : i c ol \n i 11< an Rabbi*
He i- married to I i> former
Michelle Seligson, i i New York
( ily Her lather is the li. V T
Di \ id .1. Seligson seni. r i abbi ol
iral Synagogue, Ne t York City.
Decorator Heard
At Sisterhood
Mrs Murray Kaye presided at a
meeting of the Coral Way Jewish
tenter Sisterhood last Thursday
evening.
Guest speaker. George Vilela, in-
terior decorator at Burdine's Dade-
land, was introduce.1 by Mrs
mon Lanster.
A member of the American Assii
o! Intel r D eco r a tors Vilela
i>< issed color and furniture
-> ling.
Students at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami donate
cartons of clothing lo be sent to schools in Jerusalem, Israel.
Hebrew Academy principal, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross was
asked by school leaders to send clothes during his recent
three-month visit ihere. Fust shipment includes 150 dresses,
75 shuts, 60 pairs of pants, and 100 pairs of shoes. The cloth-
ing will be distributed to Algerian refugee children. Sorlinq
the clothes are Rabbi Gross. G.la Be,ger. seventh grade stu-
dent, and Dorothy Goldstein, ninth grade.
KABBI SANFORD SflTZfR
Art Director to Talk
ch.ii chapter, B'nai B'nth Worn-
ill have an line Shu
Friday evening in thf community
m of the Washington Federal
S i ings and Loan Assn. (. test
iker will be Yuriia Mann di
rector ol the Jerusalem Art Insti
' tl of Isi
Warren Urges
Ethics Counselors
As Central Need
By Special Report
\i:w YORK Chief Justice
Warren last week advocated the
developn ol | rofi ssi mal "conn
selor- in ethics" and stressed thai
a pre ran ol this nature u
irgenl m i in out
I imes
Terming cthii
law beyond the law," the '
Justice declared thai thi
m ethics should havi
:, lation to int. i
beyond the law." thai thi
has to conduct that I- rt to
court rev iew .
"The developments of this cen-
tory indicate that this need is no
fantasy at all," Chief Justice War
ren said. "Until this century, th*
world had never heard of mar-
riage counselors or of psycho-
analysts. Yet the value ot each
calling has been demonstrated.
The search for ethics has been
pursued since ancient times Is
it not obvious that all of us need
ethics counselors?"
The Chief Justice addressi
guests at the Louis Marshall
dinner given In his honor a; the
Americana hotel by the .1 t
Thoo.ii.iogic.il Seminary of Ameri-
ca The dinner culminated I
da) of Seminary activity in
the eminent jurist partn
1 luri lornw a
la took part in a study si
the Seminary, where hi
bers ol the Seminary fat
faculty, rabbis and lay
. is discussed moral dilemmas in
our time.
At the dinner. Dr Lorn- I
stem, chancellor of the Seminary,
. onferred the Louis Mai
'rial Medal upon former I S ""
Herbert II Lehman and six other
prominent Jewish leaders lor their
"continuing effort to further the
spiritual, cultural and .
oi the Jewish commut
I hope jt
Grantinm,
likes i*rK
flowers
%
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alL
MIAMI '. : I il IVI 11 CIMtH.si
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1962
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pen House Set
it Nautilus
Nautilus Junior Hih will hold
House n Tuesday tNi-iiing
p 'ii
Parents "ill have informal, un-
ktheduled conference* with all
benchers, and the total school pro-
lj mi for the year will be explain-
Discussion of school clubs and
xira-curricular activities will
, mi the agenda, followed by
question and answer period.
Stuart D. Wooley is principal,
nd Mrs. Abe Rothenbrrjj is pres-
ent of the Nautilus Junior
A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
uiih :i i
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Hiish
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City of Hope
Cocktail
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, World Jewish Congress
president, conferred with Jewish leaders from
all ovei Latin America on recent anti-Semilic
incidents such as those that tarred and bomb-
ed Argentinian Jewish houses (left) and smear-
ed swastikas en others (right). Under WJC-
WZO auspices, the four-day conference took
piace ir Suo Paulo, Brazil.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, IS l.i
tni I. .l.-.-iriia to ngag
rietltlous name
i,K\i;;: \l. WINIHAV REPAIR HE
VICE ui 2110 (W lath Terrace,
ild name
, r,| III.- Cll'l
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SYDNEY R> 'SI.Ml.If.
Sole i >\\ ner
KESSLER & OARS
SW l-l b'trci i t .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN <.\\
In, undersigned, d< Irlni to -'-
under tin flctl I i <*"
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,f tii.- t'lrvult > 'I'll "' '
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Party
Kobyn Tubin chapter of the CltJ
: Mope will sponsor a cocktail
I ny on Saturday evening, Dec.
1, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Kulick. 19421 NE 19th ct., No.
Miami Beach.
Ri -ervations chairmen are Mrs.
Harry Rosenthal and Mrs. Alice
Ehrlich.
Proceeds will go to the medical
center of the hospital.
Noted Educator
Felled by Heart
By Special Report
grandchildren and three RT'-al Brand-
. ., i r\ ii*. h ive.e in I'hllndel-
hln with I! -i rti Mi "! Inl Chapel
In rhai Re hi I
HAROLD SCHWARTZ
.1 i,| i;la Nautilus dr., Miami Reach.
II,.,1 \, ii, ,iin, ii.i. :'l years
.,_. i shui -h ;i i"l "^ i" 'I 'I MI-
NEW YORKDr. Kmanuel Cam......
man. for 36 years director of the
Commission on Jewish Education
the i .il Way Jewish i'enter Slater-
d.....i Survh ii'- are hi i huahaiHl,
r'amuel, and three sons, Alan, *ed
and Ronald. Services were l t. '" -n
Riverside Memorial i'Ivih, Alton rd.
IN
In
Dora Stein Sets
Fete Wednesday
Dura Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will hold a brunch
Wi Inesday, ii a m., in the social
hall.
Chairmen are Mrs. Aron Bellin-
koff, Mrs. David Schwartz, Mrs.
Lester Greenstein, Mrs Albert
Weinstein, and Mrs. George Kess-
ler. Ticket chairman is Mrs
(leorge Graham.
Art Fare Due
At Wometco
"Man in the White Suit" and
"Moulin Rouge" will be featured
at Wometco's Parkway Art Theatre
on Friday and Saturday.
The Japanese classic. "Rasho-
ninn." and the Italian film, "Bitter South Africa
Rice," move in at the Parkway Mrs
through next Thurs- South African Union of Progressive
ol Reform Judaism, died at his
home Nov. 15 of a heart attack.
A pioneer in the field of Jew-
ish education. Dr. Gamoran was
responsible for revolutionizing the
curricula and techniques of Jew-
ish education. His innovations set
the pattern for religious school
educational approaches in Reform
Jewish congregations of the West-
ern hemisphere. Other branches
of Judaism in the United States
and throughout the world emulat-
ed the methods which he devised
and developed.
At the time of his death. Dr.
Gamoran was educational advisor
to the Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation, a joint body representing
the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabhis and the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, cen-
tral congregational body of Re-
form Judaism.
Dr. Gamoran made four exten-
sive visits to Europe and Israel.
In 1961. he visited the Union of
and. together with
oran. lectured to the
\\ .^ .i i.. miter ui
loin I..-.' "ii and
Surviving ar, his
Richard Roy, li
-i-i,
Ih. \l i l'~.
Temple Kill.' nil Kl.
u If, Pearl -"ii.
- .iii.l i""
wen Nov. Il In
BEN W. KARP
,;i. ,.f :,:,.-:, S\V THi .iv... died Oct. 19.
II,. ,..,,, h. n IS ye im .ii" from New
re. He Vork and .i- n kIbii painttr. II. wa
Am. i ., mcmliei id Edison Knights Sur-
vlvine are Ilia -' i -111 i li- r and a sis-
ter. Service! were net. -"-' In River-
'inorial t'liapel, Normandy
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 57435
RK: Bstati "I
ALHElt T IHILDNEH
11. I ,1^' 'I _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All I ernoni H
Ins Claims or Lvm
lili Mi-morl.il Chapel, Alton rd
MARTIN WEINREB
7".. .if 711 1 itli at., Miami Hi ieh, died
ici |x. He i aim l" i '' ycura i -"
from N< i Vork ami wan :i rvllri
owner of .i mon uenl Sur-
viving i- ;i Mater, Mrs lleglmi S'.r.'.i'
Services Were In Ni w Vork with Rl\-
rslde Mi mortal I "hapi I In rhiirKo.
OSCAR GOODMAN
H9, of M" i'''ili -!.. Miami Beaeh, died
ii _". He .-.in. here five )eari ..(;"
rom Ruck Inland, III., and wan re-
11 red ii. agenl for ihe lt''k l-l ind
Railroad II" In aurvlved by three
-i.-li-. Miss H.......i and Mi-* Mae
Mi-. Marjorle Paul.
-id.
Idle
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shi
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MRS. BELLA WILSON
111 .7 \ K 119th l-l ed
Ii, re :''' >'< "-
l'lii'.,.i. Iphla. sii" Ii
Jules and .i daughter.
l .,.-Ii Service- i
iilii.i th local arrana
don Puneral Home
ntha f'
i. i 17.
, ,n.
.i e .i on,
Mrs, r.iii".
ill I'lllll ill I-
iii. in- h) >!ir-
Hi.
MRS ROSE G. ZALPH
;:. of IMS BW ?th -' 'i''"1 "''
-:, ".im.- I.- i Ii yea i -
w BHh ii sin bring
hand, Harr>: ,i on, l!
ter, M' I-' na
randchllilren; i
.,..., fioui
her li I'-
ll daugh-
/ Sperling; live
i.i ..ill. i im ludlng
mis Agal ;
You* are 'herebj notlfletl and reqt
..I |o nn i,' .". '
which you mm have againal the esuta
. \I IlKRT i;nl.l'Ni:i:. deceaaed Ii
. ,,,',i, county, Florida, to the Coua-
,, ludgi s "f I'nii. County, and i -
y,':. In heir office. ... Hi- Co. .-
[v c'mrthouw In .....1" County, Pi'
la. w thin ighl calendar moiyt
date ..f il" first publication th .
8ADBLL.BtiOL.DNER
^dminiatratrlx
CAIDKN & ROTHENBBRa
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Miam 12, ort (| _,,.,,,_,, j^,
IN THF COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN|MNOFOR DADFCO^V.
FLOR"">A im "ROBATE
No. 5763-J-C
IN RK h>l it<
.Mi.-il A BOBROW .
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on Sunday
da)
"Shoot the Piano Player." star-
ring Charles Aznavour, will be
seen at Wometco's Mayfair and
Sunset Art Theatres becinning next
Wednesday. Nov. 28. The film is
directed by award-winning Fran-
cois Truffaut. known for his
Kin Blows."
Synagogues.
SAMUEL E. ROSENBLUM
-: ,.i 'i 19 N'l* liJrd at.. dl< d Ocl
il." came here eight yeara uo from
N.w j..-.> and was 'I retired toy
Mure owner He la survived bj
n i,. Heli ii. ii bratber and
Service* w... in New 1
Reyer funeral Honu
., lister.
.11, city with
ii charge.
"The
Junior Group
Elects Officers
Mark Pollock has been elected
.dent of the Junior Congrega-
tion .it Temple Zamora.
Other officers named are Martin
.ui. vice president: Edward
laj Lucker, secretary; and Craig
nt and .Ion Pont, shamos.
Junior Congregation meets on
rday .it 10 a m
HANNAH E. GUSSMAN
;j, .,, -,'..7i' N.i Hay nl died Monday,
N'..\ '.'. Sli. nn" h
frmn Aknai. and
,,l Ti iii"l' Israel. Sin
her l. -1 and, Maui Ii i
. t A ". .*-" in. '"in
i, r, Mrs "." Rad.
mun i Mrs
all<| Mr. sevlll. I
It, ii, Ii she alao lea\<
ill ii mil ..... Rl
U
, i-, yeara ,.~"
\.,~ ;i in, mher
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, ne son, R"b-
i; ii,i. -. da :-ii -
Miami Reach:
Kihel Bergman
. M .i i"
Krandchil-
Mt-g an Ichlld S . \...
i,i ,i ie|, Alb
riii ii. il"- Templi
nu '. rj
hi RiverHl.li Me-
with Inl. i -
i-r 1.1 s., linn of
MRS. FANNIE M. STINE
,,f goo vi'aahlngtoii ave Miami
i.h. di.d >! 81. She came hei
", ,,,:irs ;.K" fi"""1 Chicago, an.
., member of Pioneer Women,
vlvora Includ. a -. Sidney: j. daui ti-
ler Mi- Rosemary Mendelaonn; i
l.io'thi r, Norman Llplon, and two al
i, ,.. ServU'ca were in Chicago
Rp ...,:,. Mi murlal i 'h i;iel, ah.
in "I..ii -
GERTRUDE TANNENBAUM
17, ,,f ii", 8\V loard ive ui< ""
! sin- ennu her. n years .il.. from
:.. n and was m.-ini-r "
w as
S.ir-
ill.
n rd.
,,,.. liaiera and aeven grand*'hUdren.
Sirvicea were Oct. li In Rlveralde
Memorial Chapel. N< rmand) !-!.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
BENJAMIN ROSE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTK'K IS IIKKKIIV ''^ '"
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CIRCUIT COURT. Ilth JUDIC'AL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 62C 12489
SAMUEL MILLER,
Plaintiff,
HARRIETT MILLER,
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
Yi.r HARRIETT Mil l-ER. I2
Easl Cliveden Street, Philadelphia.
Pennavlvanla an notified to aerye ..
:, ,.,.v .'.f your anawi r to nivorce I pm-
nl ri 1.. l ugainsl you on rialntlfl
nev liEi iRiiE NI.MH.I.AS. 612
\ \V 12th Ave Miami. Pla i""i fib
original with Clerk of Ihls I'our'
.,. ii :,,i-, ft i>..... mher, IMS.
-, .-.'I plain! w ill be confi
, hi
l> \-ii:i \." mbi -" "";-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v,,. ", is IIEHEHY illVES lhal
I,- in. '
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,., M.ITY W IRE IM.IITH COM I i\^
c) at in* North Weal
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57689
IN RE
MARIA ll.VI.Ll'i "i'l''
I '. .'-, ,1
NuTICE TO CREDITORS
,-,, \n ,.....,- iml VI IV is iLiv-
ing Claims or I>cmnnds Against Said
..-..ii,
( .1,,. hi eh) notified and e-
,|Ui,. ,i nit any i lalms and in.in,I- hli h yo iv, ag'ilnsl
(hi stun ol MARIA li VLLPCCIO
.'..... I'.. I'1".-
Idii i" ili. Count) Judgi of i 'adi
in their
Cmirl
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rn" 'he

Will
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Dean Heinrich Gruber (right), a Lutheran clergyman and the
only German national to testify at the Eichmann trial, is tion-
ored by the American Jewish Committee at a reception at its
Institute of Human Relations La New York. Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum presents a Biblical plaque to the Geiman clergy-
man, who was instrumental durinq the Nazi regime m_savnig
many Jews. Dean Gruber. a pastor of the Lutheran Cnurcn
stressed the need to "develop counter-totalitarian forces
German churches, schools and institutions.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 62C 12483
|.IMS \ IIEMESAR,
I'l.HI:' '
v" iis IIEMES \K.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
i, ,' VIII.OS III UESAIl
MIHM'.-S INKNOWN
, \ i: i... IIEMES VII. nd
>. r i" ii" ''I-
> Ihi above
ipon
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ItElt IO ''' '
Hi.- im. Ing to i ngi
... iltlous name of
i:i i i.i: IKING CO ii". Inc > al i.....
S.w nth Streel M I da In-
tend I ~:l 'I '.i"i" "h the
:i of l>ade
i '"inii\. I i-
i:i l MOTi ":- IN<" n Pia Corp.
SMITH .v M Wl'l.l T.
....... 1 Moto a, Im .
107 Lincoln Road
Miami .....ii. i' lorlda .
11 23-3012 .-II
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\. \, Inn. il-l I'-. 'I ^ of 111" Et
of MISHA BOBK< >W, '!
l..,\v i ifflces "f _
LEO.NARU II WOLF
m : Lewla I Cohen, Atl irney
f'r A.lm-ni-init' n
1150 S W First Mjeet
"t. -' -.....' M:: t,.2i.30,i:/T
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394-B
IN RE: Eatate of
i;.is.\ HTEINMBTZ
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I-,, vll Credlti i- and All l'< raon^ H
Ing Claims ..' Demands Against -;
'y,.ii hereby notified and r
, presint an) clalma and
the cBtat. al l:"SA STE1NMETZ n
ty. Plorlo
, ,i tNnint) Judgi l'"l" ">' '
,, .,,! .,i.. ,he san e in duplicate a
i- provided In Si lion ." 3 16, Elorli
Statutes In th, In the Con
t, fnuvthousi :m Had. County, PK
Ida within sin al. ndai montlta !
me "i Hi" flrsl publication lie.
inn will I" barred.
1.. -
N. vi mbi r, A n 1962
Rl" I'M Sl'F.YER
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HAI-.i il.P \ dHVKVR
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.; N K 125th Street ( .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12279
THE Will lAMS'lU'RCH
SAVINiiS HANK,
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VRTIIl'H SCHIPSKI ,IR
MINE SCHIPSKI, In- vi
i., mts
NOTICE OF SUIT
pji \\ '|| I! St'HI I'SK I JR
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f th. i nil Court
H> P > OPELAND
i i. iiutj Clerk
U :::-:',", 12
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NOTICE UNDER
ri'TITioun NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERT OIVEN
Ihe un.n ''
\ ir i ii I'M i: EMPLOYMENT al
l lade "iiii;> Pia Inti nd lo n
-aid name with Hi. Clerh of ii" Crr-
, nu .-,..,1 .f I ind.. County, llo.idrt.
TERESA .: >l'LI>EN
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MANOR SI HI ilVISK IN, Aci ord
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MARTIN FINE, 14th Kl
Miami il'-
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o will be ei.*
Ml
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r ll i,|.;\'riiKK.\i \n. Clerk,
l ..,.1, 'ount). I
K \l I.VMAN
i'. put} Clerk
MARTIN PINE
imiff
l ith i-. '.'1 Bldj
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Friday. N'ov?- : r: 23, V3C.2
ONDIt THl STRICT AND CONSfANT LOCAL RAB. WICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. SUM
THANKSGIVING
Thanksgiving instituted by the enrig
Pilgrims is profoundly religious ;in
intent and spirit oi observance, it is
a Thanksgiving to the Almighty for
the hit tin. ?/ oS His harvest. The
origin of this truly Xtiuriran
holitlar] van be traveti to the
EtiblSea! Festival oi Sneeon.
The E east of n<;.:. herimg
Observed Today Wherever
Jen s MAro.

NOW 6 STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTER THERE'S ONE NEAR YOU!
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR
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F^ge 3-A ^JmistfhrkH^r Friday. November 23, 1962 OFWF Studies Jewish Needs at Home, Abroad The agencies vv ho*e b reviewed by the Li B< CaaMnaad from Page 1-A sf Jewish Federation* nd W*.-are Funds at the national > iir-uliim's 31 it general Aaaewhly at the Hotel Sheraton ere. it presidentt Louis J \ ore; D L Harris. To%  rlos L Israeli tnin Lazr is. X V • %  lore I Repres Los A I. S I •': %  Lewis R E %  erg N. i Sal %  -k; Trie the associal councils ctral rganizat ns sen eas %  i r X : L'niU Can_ j raises the I %  % %  I tU v..-Janthropic funds J >• Meyerhoff United Jewth A;jl general chairman, reaan*J —at intensifying refugee ?ro6>*-i n France and the conirK,<*$ -eavy influx into Israel .,? ar*g a recommendation at he UJA annual national confernc* i December for a multi•nili.astellar Special Fund to upo> ;-.-• the UJA's regular H3 :i-3iign. He added that he U. -l -nust ask the American Jew->-" :ammunity to give top .A*ii 3pic prior'ty to the -eed> israel's immigrants and 3 i ?. wirmi.' %  %  ;; Jordan, overseas li •:. %  • %  said :had poured ii Free, ing the past -i\ yean u h tie refugees from the \h Jewish community tie fo largest ii the world H-* Gs ed jobs, housing, child .rt. > lad care of the aged as *-.e c Menu facing the JDC, the Fo da Juif Ur.ifie— the main u ration and t • French Government He th< JDC felt it necessary to ure> He cited the fact proMde considerable edditi March l^i. when the Agency bud;he French Jewish comnuir.& tor 1*1-62 was to become e irj • speed refugee integration feetive a certau country ot eminoted that the JDC expen gratia Uesuj %  pened up ana lil res -. France cut sharps mi I reed revision of the budget tigits 1962 Derating r J that m Dancing Jewish day schools 5 in 27 arn< thai .'s Iher counng Israel %  rbere JDC ... n r aged i %  .; affunds Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant • -: Unite* Israel Appeal-Jewuh Agency for Israel, reported &f ha* I>^a5, s continued high r^e of i-prrugration was complicated both by the general low health rate o' the newcomers and by uncertainties" as to what points of immigration might develop and v.hat transportation would be needed. As a result, he said, the Jewish Agency never knows in advance how many will arrive in a given month or the extent of the health problem which must be dealt with on arrival. He also noted that sometimes : reed '-he Jewish se ns or i • % %  %  r..." set fig ided. immigraudget ed for At %  • ts doors ai %  %  .• estal • Is a result • I %  161-63 IMA tions but repoi thai %  %  '• %  %  -' •----• %  ; y UJA alas Wl eeds forced the Agei :• I --" iu rig slight than $6.00" ... %  v. ected fix:: IMA. he said. The Assembly also considered in sessions the role of fedin aiding Jewish educa[saac Toubin. director of the Association I r .'• Education, presented a summary ings ol the AAJE on fiHope Raised ADL May Return to Council Ranks Continued from Page 1-A %  %  ol S'CRAC thai this i %  sol ai as: in He reported on his negotaataoas v. ith the ADL and AJC He said ^fter tne two orsanuations had decided to terminate their .vint fund-raising activites at the 'he year, he besan to explore with the ADL whether it • with the S'CRAC leadirectly to consider relatioops The assembl} adopted a resolution expressing hope that discus%  ; under way by the CJFWF •••nth the agencies active i of Jewish comn lead lo a su %  i thin : HO "Events of grave national concern c ntinue to add to the urgency of the need for cooperation by all Jewish agencies in the tieid ot Jevtuh commur.it> relations, the reaohatioo said. "These events make it Decessary tu extend beyond thv coordination of the worn of six national and 62 local ai.>l regional agencies achieved through the NCRAC. and to involve the American Jewish Committee and the B'nai B r:th .\.nti-DetamaUon League We reaffirm the call for the extension ol cooperation, and puce utmost importance upon the discussions currently under way oy the CJF^F .:n the for this purpose." the resolution said. assembl) als pted a • ml .: ng iu wholeprinciple : separat church an state Pointing Ucieni trme has guaranteed r.iiiious torn (or a. i. j.-.o. baa .-•.-•.eo as a boon to religion, the resolution .-.. • are pi I .. ^on.ed th3t governmental aid to reUgwuslj contr lied schooli — frotesta ,r Jewish ':;e form of long-term, interest loans i Hitrigbl raises. I do a gravi disservice and public educa: %  -: %  v %  nolati tne Amer' : •• pai ation of %  wedding | 'ashion show I H Od"que: tan a tnly I morions -*•—-Seville— awKrlest fauitMSf vpsfMRcad awaaftasanL •Kpsrt staff—all la serve yea for assck lass a SEVILLE flaw ra— far M m UMb served wOt the anw faatai eaaaf KOSHER CATER'KG AVAILABLE CAU £JT£SM PtXAB-.if 2 2511 ocaAMFitoarr. tat* TO sot*, rriterrt, MIAMI BEACH The formal opening was preceded by a session of the large city budgeting conference a joint budget review process set up by tne 23 largest communities outside New York City. Loui* J. Fox, or Baltimore, retiring chairman of the LCBC, said that the totel sum involved in the budgets of the 13 agencies reviewed *r-ujlly by the Conference is J13,000,OOC. The annual allocation from federations and welfare funds outside New York City to these agencies totals about S3,500 COO. were included the American Jewish Congress, United Hias Service. Jewish Telegrapku Atency. the Syna" mil America, the America:, Association for Jewish Education, National Jewish Welfare Board National Community Relation* Ad\ isory Council, and others. Mr. Fox said that tr, mo-: m portant asset po* | n > ih e LCBC "is the general store of con Qdence" with which it ircg.-.rded by member* and nor, r munities and the national and over. seas agencicwl ,, j t re ^ Ri ports • BC pro.. -Mr Fox point 'i ^ issued to communit;. alloi mittees in Mai requests for funds ar' nade fimiii i iiiiiiiiilllliiiiiiHrj OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY MIAMI'S XEWEST for DIM^G and DANCING (Solbtn RMH "*^ THI 60L0IN KIT Tl IO _DINNES FROM $2.11 [VTBROOKB .. ^S ON THI TtAK l\\ M0 W *** T H % % %  a IlJ e..N C*MI 1-SOOe &f • rmr>iHi L I WJ IN THE ROYAL. MANNER! We take care of everything! £77 50' Inches... • Full course Roast O.icken Dinner • Cocktail for each guest e Bottle of Whiskey for each table of 14 • Wedding Cake and cake-cutting ceremony Freach Service, Candelabra Table Setting r.ui... for the harry bride and groom—a private room, overnight,ith a chiiled bottle of champagne, a wedding picture and album. Wt a :o eater for a.! othtrftstht ocean —V X Ul a 1 j -i }-T I'ljmun* ><-rir>, call >RH JABX, Lairrina Maatagca • IN (.-:: %  : BALMORAL HOTEL ON T1£ CCiAX AT flit STIEH, Ul RAJBOiil, MIAMI lEACH Free Parking Melavah Malkah At Beth Jacob Tht first ir. a teriea of Melavah Malkah celebrations will be held irda) evening, g 30 p.m., at Beth Jacob Congregation. "This i an ancient tradition in.voMag hooon.-.g the Sabbath a: the time of its depanure." Rabbi Tib or Stem, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob, explained. It 1* the concluding par: of the tradition which welcomes the Sab, bath oa Friday evening with the singing of Lechah Do*.' meaning 'Welcome Queen "Melavah Malkah is the Jewish Farewell to the Queen'." Rabbi Stern said. Have trsaat Business Meeting. lanquel, or Special Occasion Yoo'll find complete focilit.ev to exactly 101 yovr needs k\ the Kljmet, Aloddm, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be wedding or a private • at Wit v J0l SI BROS Hy, H 1/M4 ers *e>r ln(ormH" HAZEL ALLISON Cmtmrlr,* Director. JE 1-6061 St. a Collln* *"•• fr



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Friday. November 23, 1962 +Jm1st> fh rid/inn Page 9-B •HE Albert Einsteain T HE Albert Einsteain group of assah pr< sented a Youth \ l luncheon and fashion how iew Country Club. Mem• dele this season's newelections trom Lewis Fasho Miami Beach, and your %  •!" -t was coordinator and rn< ntator ol the show. ,ii. man i i the day. Mrs An. ipi. Jacob*.' 1 wore a cherry n i one-piece Italian knit. Her ...I>I| neckline was detailed in opes kni; pattern. An Italian • as also the choice of Mrs. Irwin Lisa, who was guest speaker Her one-piece dress had a matching jacket, and was in a lored damask weave. •', Samuel Frommer chose a age and tan three-piece Italian knit, and her dress featured %  hi popular overblouse. A black [cloth suit was worn by Mrs Irving Kaye Her jacket was bai :!e<; in Mack peau de soie, and her white silk blouse featured 0 verti il pleats. Wool and mohair was Mr* John (lours fab i ic in a muted ?old suit. Autumn pre ated in her sifk b! .i. anil : le -ilk was repeated in tmturne ack cuffs of her jacket President the Rrouo, Mrs Seymour Sh nan, selected an emerald wool knit dress slightly gathered at the waist, anf. featured a jeweled neckline and elbow-length sleeves. Mrs Gerald Taines' -ilk surrah was in a lattice print "i pinks and burgundy. It was m th" popular shirtwaist Btylii J. A silver lame knit shift was the choice of Mrs. Colt man Roeenfield. Sleeveless, and with a high neck, the detailing was in (he asymetrically slashed pock:'Over her hips. A W Italian kr.it ensemble in a French Blue color was worn bv Mrs. Arthur WlUens. Her "\c-rblouse was cardigan-styled, with small pearl buttons down tin front. Mr-. Irving Newman's silk wonted navy suit featured tin jacket lining to match her -. The '•• silk blouse had a geometric design in navy blue. A navy silk suit was also chosen by Mrs. Harold Taines. Contrastin.: in fabric was her white chiffon blouse with a big ascot at the neckline An Israeli knit in navy blue was the choice of Mrs. Harold Dunsky. Her cardigan jacket was embroidered with white caviar beads, and ,i white silk chiffon blouse completed her ensemble. A boucle Italian knit suit in muted olive Has worn by Mrs. Gene Lerncr Her modified standaway neckline was detailed with a textured V.eave repeated on the turnedback culfs of her three-quarterlength sleeves. Mrs. Ben Bildner's black silk crepe sheath featured a bknison bodice and jewel neckline. Olive and lime colors were combined in the three-piece Italian knit worn by Mrs. .Martin Grossman. V fc aaRS. Irving Wilson's knit shift %  was worn on the "charcoal side'' and reversible to a warm sand color. The self belt was of both charcoal and sand, and jet billions went from the neckline to the hemline. Narrow stripes of coral and white were the color combination of Mrs. Frank Haddad's three-piece Holland knit ensemble, with her overblouse in white. A peacock blue silk sheath and jacket ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Jack Lebowitz. A one-button, waist-length jacket topped her sheath silhouette. Black silk shantung was the color and fabric of Mrs. Raymond Kabinowitz' suit, which she wore with a white silk pleated blouse. Airs. Al Isaacson chose a vello" silk sheath with a matching colored mehair jacket. A navy moygashel linen suit banded in white was the choice of Mrs. Ben Karn. Small yellow flowers were appliqued on her jacket. Mrs. Sidnv Berber had her burgundy and Black wool brocade suit made in Paris, The tailored look was softened with a black silk blouse and a hip-length jacket. MISS ISABCLLt HECHT Hecht, Amdur Plan Jan. Rites Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. of Miami Beach, announce the enlargement of their daughter, Isabelle Miriam, to Neal O. Amdur, son of Mr and Mrs. Allen H. Amdur. of Bay Harbor. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, a former student of Emerson College in Boston, and is presently attending the University of Miami. The prospective bridegroom received his early education at Blair Academy in New Jersey, attended the Georgia Institute of Technologj. and graduated from the University of Miami. His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi. A late January wedding is planned. Miss Starr Will Marry Cantor At Beth Sholom Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Starr,' (.1 2001 SW 84th st.. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Eve, to Cantor David C. Conviser. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Miami High School, and has a degree in education from the University of Miami. An accomplished pianist, she also plays the violin and sinus in the choir of Temple B< "i Sholom. Cantor Conviser. who has served acantor at Temple Beth Sholom or live years, is n graduate <>l the Juilliard school of music, and has an MA degree from the Hebrew Union College School of Sacred Music in New York, where he served on the faculty. He has sung on the concert stage and as a member of the Robert Shaw Chorale, and was choral director of the National Federation ii' Temple Youth. The young couple will be married on Saturday. Dec. 22. at Temple Beth Sholom. Training School Ready to Open Miami Beach Jewish Home and Trainings chol for retarded children, now ready for students at 543 Lenox ave., will celebrate with a membership luncheon next Thursday noon at Eden Roc hotel. Theme for the afternoon will be "Dream Come True," symbolizing the efforts of founder president, Mrs. Ella Wallman, to build a day school for retarded children on Miami Beach. "The school can accept up to 50 children, and will eventaully become a boarding school for 80 to 100 children." Mrs. Wallman said. Vice presidents are Mrs. Rose Halperin and Mrs. Dora Bidlolenki. Chairman for the luncheon is Mrs. Eve Brick. Tl.l IL ,V l\ IIUTHWOI-I Ik MiSS JUDITH Dl/etfR Dubler, Mish Will be Married Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubler. 22u3 SW 7th ave.. Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter. Judith Ann, to Joel Ronald Mish. Miss Dubler attended the University of Florida, where she was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilom sorority. Son of Mr. and Mrs. I':.,il Mish, Upper Darby, Pa., the groom-to* be attended Temple University, where he was affiliated with Pi Lamda Phi fraternity, and wfi -i graduated from Pennsylvania Military College. Following an Apr. 6. wedding thei couple will live in Hollywood, Fla I C.'rburn Plants Tree in Israel By tpaeial Report if ihi Texan dim i Israel with in J • heresl Ifter sec ii. his app< .limn lal as par: Music and D .' Piai • livii g souvn %  the Jewish SI great artists. ..mist. Van Cli lirsit visit to planting cerei's Sanhedria ncof triumphs I'II the Israel -ii, and in re Israel's Second i Festival, the ted a tree aa h first \ isit to £.recmpar by his mo'her ,mc. father, JIJ by representatives cf the Israel Government Tourist Office and the Jewish National Fond, Cliburr. visited some of the new forests which are rapIdly changing Israel's landscape from brown to green. [n the Sanhedria Forest, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, the pianist plantc I a pine sapling with his own hands and was presented with a certificate commemorating his visit, AI the conclusion oi the ceremony, Cliburn told Jewish National Fund officials that the simple act of planting a tree in once barren soil hagiven him "a strong link with the future of the State of Israel." Emma Lazarus Flower Show Emma Lazarus business and professional chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1244 Washington ave. Program will include a flower,| show, "artificially Yours," by Mrs. J. Spiegel, and games. President of the chapter is Mrs. Adele Baum. and Mrs. Irving Herbert is program chairman. MISS CLAUDIA BIAIOUHKI Hadassah Unit To Study Bible Monthly forum and study group of the Miami chapter of Hadassah will reconvene Wednesday, 10 a.m., at Biscayne Cafeteria. 1917 Biscayne blvd. Sessions under the direction of Mrs. Sanford Jacobson. Florida region education chairman, will be on Jeremiah. Series is open to members ol Hadassah ami friends. Bialolenkis Tell Claudia's Troth Miss Claudia Bialolenki and Rob-' ert Paul Salomon are planning m June wedding on Miami Beac'.J. Prof, and Mrs. Andre S. Bialolenki. of l)iLido dr.. announce,; the .engagement of their daughter this week. The future bride, a senior at Emory University, is secretary of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and of Hillel and Senior House Councils, and is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon, journalism honorary, andl managing editor of the Campus Yearbook. Her fiance, now in the Airmen's Educational Commission prograrm of the U.S. Air Force, amende* Emory University, where he was house manager of Tau Epsi'on Phi fraternity. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice W Salomon, of Stamford, Conn. Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT" for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Difference in Flowers TRY OURS nnrina til MITZVAMS-GABDIN PABTIIS BIBTHBAY ANNVIBSABY I HOSPITAL BOUQUETS ERIE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI :BIRTHDAZE: A daughter. Alisa Gay. was born Sept. 21 in Toronto. Ontario, to the former Elaine Dernis and Morton Laufer. The Laufers have another child. 19-month-old Lauri Kim. Maternal grandparents are Mr. 1 and Mrs. Charles Dernis, Miami Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laufer, of Toronto. Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Celia Beckerman and Mrs. Rebecca Tator. • • • First child. Laurie Ellen, was born NOV. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Iserson, 19201 NW 22nd ave. ', Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Iserson. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Judith Bell and Sol Braun. Great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Braun. Mrs I Rebecca Ishlon. and Mrs. Minnie 1 Pearlstem. all of Miami. LISTEN TO "TODA Y" PROGRAM Narrated by Hugh Downs CHANNEL 7 -NBC MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26 BETWEEN 8-9 A.M. A FIFTEEN MINUTE DOCUMENTARY COVERING THE RECENT HISTORIC JEWISH NATIONAL FUND ME AMI DEDICATION AND PILGRIMAGE IN ISRAEL JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 420 Lincoln Road JE 8-6464



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Page G-B m f)*! %  Wlr.n the < om mittee are Mrs Ben f Mrs, Pa ii Pn ss, Mr and Mrs Alex and Mr an Mrs ( arl T\ Continued from Page IB R i .•/. ireshm ,i at diversity ol Wisconsin, will spend Thank-.. \ in. with her parent.-. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reviti • Two guests ol honor sharing the head table at the dinner party Saturday nighl given b> Debbie Bruce at her home. 315 NW 110th st. The joint birthday ol atlorne) Dick Wasscrman and Harold Kassin. who haquite a way with a song to his own accompaniment, will entitle each of then: to a single token candle on the double birthday cake Theme of the festivities will be a "Trip to the Moon." with floating balloons representing the planets and constellations Among the guests will be Jerry Ellis, Barbara Feuer, Richard Miller and Phyllis Katz The invitations said "three t" six" tor Irving and Shirley Maivin cocktail party marking len years of married bliss, but the guests were having such a gay time they forgot to go home Enjoying the Malvin hospitality were Helen and Danny Sepler. the David Kleins, the David Meagers. Mrs Sam Solloway, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Radler. Mr. and Mrs Dick Kaplow. Mrs Lenore Kleiman, Victor and Fran DelGrossa. and Mrs. Thclma Ben nett Thanksgiving dinner with family and a wedding is the holidayfare for Dorothy (Mrs. Nat) Friedman and her three. Penny, Dennis and Katty Bookchcstcr, of Palm Island Jetted to Chicago for a visit with Dorothy's dad. Alex Goldblatt. and wedding of niece Susanne Kraus to Rodney Glink on the 26th Adrea Soglogitz loved every minute of her several weeks in' Gotham Town, where she visited with friends and family, did the Broadway beat and managed to gel along on no more than two., three hourof sleep every night Pi •;;;;,, to her Miami Reach : %  i rhTUgtftTP HHcno. but Harold up north as her visit %  ihe holidays Combination business and for In ne an I chick Perlyn, v h %  are taking a ten day ng trip I Pu i to Rico, Mon•, o B Haiti and the Islands Motoring up to Sebring. Sid and Flon i i I %  is will have Thanksgiving ; : er ith long tune Is (hi lohn Whitein their home on Lake Jackson Octogi narian • plus one. I>r Abraham Wolfson, will have Bi %  eral relatives around him when he celebrates hiBlsl birthday on Saturda; Here from Hills \ .1 will l) m phew, Dr Edward Wolfson, and his MrHarry Kapell, ass A-Gnlle Beat h. Fla Mrs K iDr, Wolfson's si viand mother of the late > :-t. Will. am Kapell, remembered here tor Inappearances *rith the University of Miami Symphonj Orchestra Horn) Horn Toronto. Ontario, is Mrs Charles Dernis, who was there to greet new daughter Alisa Gay. baby sifter of Laurie Kim. 19 months old 7 are the form, r V.t\Morton 1 aufer Keeping a pr n Fon r arrived froi .„ the Bar Mil i son ol Mr and Mrs this weekend i | was her.' w %  for lh< ing mar arrival in (he world be celebrated Sal the Seville hot< 1 Others hi el [ Stl j for a Bar Mn/\ ; ncf Mr and Mrs. Paul >tn .n ami I MrFann> Rom „JU honor Michai l si • y^, zer and Mi Jacq '. ntzer at a cert Tony Sal ^j ing In h"tior of thi ir anniversi rj | Jacob Rabinowiti magnificent new Temple Km.niu El fi the maul sanctuary ''' • n re-1 mon) was hold last I id.i; even.I ing with Dr lr\ ing l. i in ot-l ficiating Recuperating froi I illness. Larry Flaun Pansy'il Flower-, w .11 be ab i loav(l North Miami General l{osptulii| a few days Aged Mark Thanksgiving Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged gave blessed thanks at a Thanksgiving celebration in the main dining room of the Home on Wednesday at 7 p.m The affair also commemorated the birthdays of residents born during the month of November The eight r e s i de n t s honored, whose average age is 79. are Mrs Sarah Cossik. Mrs. Rose Lifshitz. Mrs. Johanna Schmdler, Mrs. Lottie Goldstein. Benjamin Hoffman. David Jacobs, Norman Lifshitz. and Joseph McKibble. Each was presented with a personal gift made possible by the, Women's Auxiliaries of the Home Highlighting the Than! program were personalized a-1 pressions of thanks by numbers* the Festival Croup and i prew-l tation of folk dances by *>-• higa>I stepping Residents DaneGroua.I Both groups are led by NationalI Council of Jewish Women voliaj teers as pan of the Horr.e zrous>| work program. The program was <-o'-clu&J| by the renditions of Mr Ami Scott, professional guitar : ui| folk ballad singer A community song fe t| followed by the reading of a potft written especially for the "Hiari giving occasion by Mrj Pass, a resident of the Hoi ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Est. 1939 Your Host Chas. J. Volenti*io.fr D'Hotwl Chas. Reynard KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Rvn • TU 8-4521 RT BBUNS Co-Ownr Testimonial 'Sell Out 1 Here A testimonial dinner honoring ic ] %  adi r tor Dec 6 at the South Gate Towcrs, ia complete sellout, ac< ing to an announcement (his week. Saul Schwartz, program chairpresidi :.; ol 1 1 %  South Reach Men'Club, will act ster ol 11 ••• %  immicihe i i ing of the testimonial banquet. Schwartz announced "an outstanding program depicting the highIs oi Sherman's ascent in local. civic and fraternal endeavors." 'White Elephant' Sale Sisterhood of Temple Menorah will held its annual 'white elephant" sale after the general meeting in the social hall on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mr.-. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president, and Mrs, Leo Sonnenblu-k is chairman of 'he event. Speakers Bureau Announced Here Mrs. Harry Pi rsonik, Florida chapter president oi the w in i Branch, I nion ol I irthodox Jew ish Congregal ns lunced the formation of a Speakers Bureau here. There are two lecturers currentSisterhood or related affairs, Mrs Personik said, Thej are Mrs, Alfred Stone, who %  ducting an educational course f< i National Council Jewish Women for the past nd Mrs Abraham l.i \ ars educati >nal 11 i man of the Ml •• p of Hadassah Dance to Aid Retarded Adults The Miami Adult Center : ir the Retarded will sta ing dance on Saturday evenin the American Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd. The hall was donated for the cause by the Legion, and the \l mi Mii-ician's Union iproviding the music gratis. Proceeds are hem" iisr. f | f r (he rehabilitation, vocational training, recreation, and a building fund for: a permanent home lor retarded young a hilts TRITON TERRACE HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN FOR NEW SEASON SERVING TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS 2729 COLLINS AVE. on the OCEAN For Reservations Call JE 1-9003 or JE 1-6651 CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS OUR SPECIALTY! fiKfW Wti CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER Serving Steaks, Chops, Svofo.d ona Baby lack Ribs Hickory Bro Cocktail Hour Daily 4 to 6 Complimentary Hort D'Otutrci LUNCH SERVED DAILY from 85c .IS, Owner HENRY NIYlt, Maitrc f MORRIS PIKEN Mr Phone HI 4-2979 3622 Coral Way



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Friday, November 23. 1962 Je*istinksldfctn Pcge S3 Givers," donors of S100 or more to the ;nnd o' the Jewish Home for the d, gather ot n member 1 *' luncheon of the Women's Auxiliary <• the Home to re theii continuing support of the cxpani" •' Dou • P< rdens. S?n'H Mesc'j SidB 'oln -','' and % %  %  ire Mez' %  | : i i. pi ..;. Mollic Silverman, building fund chairman. 1 -adore Cohen, a founder of the Home, Rose el, Perth a Rosenman, Fannie Mind'in, Sophie Rosenthal. and Charlotte Katz. building fund chairman for the auxiliary. Not shown era Mesdames Yetta G^lvan, Ethel Janowitz, v Howvitz, Rose Marks. Rose Needieman. M'nnie Reiss. Hanna Reiss. Goldie Reiss, and < !1< ra Kahn. Thanksgiving Day Service Beth Kodesh Congregation was t< hold a special Thanksgiving service Thursday. 11 a.m., with Rabbi M a x Shapiro officiating and preaching on "Our Glorious Heritage." Debate Champs Highlight Evening Sisterhood of Temple N'er Tamid \\ ill meet Wednesday evening in Sklar Auditorium Mrs. .Murray A. Shaw is president. Highlight of the program will be d I.ales presented In students of Miami Beach High National Forensic League, recently returned from national competition in Houston. Tex. Participating students, children of Ner Tamid members, are: Francine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlton Blake, degree of distinction award; Louis, son of Mrs. Lillian Feucr. Pine Crest debate champion, 19H2. and Knights of Pythias award winner; Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mechling. 1962 State and District debate champion. Also Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Leonard Paul, district oratory champion; Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pcrliiian; and Daniel, son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Sherblll. Goodman Group %  Planning Party I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah met Wednesday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1701 Washing ave. The nrogram honored Hadassah Medical Organization with a film entitled "The Essence of it All." There will be a membership party on Saturday. Dec 8. at the home of Mrs. Belle Miller. 3493 No. Bay rd. Dora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stein Sisterhood ol : raelite Center will hold a meeting Tuesday evening. Miss Lita. IJ.. ada. executive director of the Mi ami Heart Assn.. will int. (due Dr. Louis Lemberg, guest speakei and Dean John Bitter. la> er. Chug Ivri to Meet "'The Future of Hebrew i lean Jewish Life" will be Di iph S. Zuckerbram's topic laj afternoon, 2:30 p.m.. meeting of Chug Ivri, to b< at Temple Ner Tamid. UM Student Listed In Publication Audrey Gae Borok. daughter i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok. 1571 SW 87th ct was recentlj • to "Who's Who Among Students American Universities an leges Miss Borok ipresident %  : \ Kappa Tau. highest woman's hoi orary; president of Phi Sigma S 11 a sorority: president of 111 Si dent Education Assn., vic president ol Alpha Sigma EpsilOl ership honorary, a founding r her of Rho Lambda, Panhelleni honorary; secretary of the Pi enic Assn.; and a "Madeir -ter of the American Medical Center in a contest com. :::ed with the gioup's onnual membership drive. Dessert Recfoe Winners Assist Sunrise tci Vnt ( mh ned its recent annual membership meeting with a conte.M of original "Taster -• : 11 :.•• entered by members Mrs. Chai l< Himmel was in charge, and mas be • mtacted for the winniri r cipt s. i and priz inner was Mrs. i onard rki r :. r her cinnamon coffee cake. Four clivis'onal prizes went • i Mrs Andri Geller, pas r> tart rs, B. I .it t. sherry alnond iccl \ caki Mrs. Bob Trail rig, tipsy ice cream cake: and Mrs. Richard llclfman, noodle pudding Judges wer<' Paul Herda, "I Swift and Co.; Claude Kinder. Standard Brand-; and Fred AU gust, August Bros. All funds raised from the sale .it recipe books containing the contest entries go to the Cancer Institute. Phi Sigs Will Meet to Dine Alumnae .\^i actives of Phi Sigma S gma will gather at West' brooke Countrs club for dinner on Monda) celebrate National Pounder's Day, This year will mark the 50th anniversary of the sorority's found ing A Golden Jubilee convention Is planned for June. 1963, al tit; Waldorf-Astoria In New York City, Beta Theta chapter ol Phi Sigma Sigma at the University of Miami will hosl an 'Apple Polishers Tea" honoring I'M faculty mem bers next Thursday, from 3 to S p m.. in the Panhcllcmc suite. Linda Filiurin. social chairman, is in charge of the event ners in the divisional ite-Teat-Treats" contest (left t } right) Mrs. B. I.itt, sherry a'mond icecake, end Mrs. Richard man, ior her noodle pudWB> KASHA ifeto^ wmmit Brown Buckwheat G.D-tt A.;oni CnanyKtmtH piti) Wolffs Kasha N G>ay Wolfl J Kasha Si 4) Makes a great side dish. Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal. Goes with every member of the family. Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say "Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian, strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest, time-savingest side dish you ever dished up." HEIN2 KOSHER VEGETARIAN BEANS Every label carries the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AME* CA.



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National President Guest at Luncheon Among B'nai B'rith women leaders serving on a committee for the Todah-Thanksgiving luncheon in behalf of Israel Bonds are (from left) Mrs. Florence Bernstein, president, Sunshine chapter. Mrs. Jean Burke, financial secretary, Emma Lazarus chapter; Mrs. Flora Senick, president. Chai chapter; and Mrs. Robert Litt. president, Hatikrah chapter. The luncheon will take place Wednesday at the Deauville hotel, with temanonal B'nai B'rith women president. Mrs. Moe Kudler, as special guest. Mrs, Moe Kudler. international president <>f B'nai B'rith Women, and the Rev. Nancj Elizabeth Forsberg, noted congn gatlonal Christian woman minister, will be special guest: at the TodahThanksgiving Luncheon to be sponsored b) Una: li'iith Women of Greater Miami on Wednesday at the Deauville hotel The event, under the chairmanship of Mrs Gerald Soltz, will be B'nai B'rith's salute to the State of Israel on its 15th anniversary. < r lc at M"' Sim*"ne R'"* 1 B'rith members will he honored for their role in supporting Israel's development through State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Kudler will conduct a Menorah ceremony honoring B'nai B'rith Sponsors of Israel, women purchasers of $1,000 Israel Bonds. Head of the 137,000-mcmber Je/ish women's service organization, Mrs. Kudler resides in Los Angeles, where she was recently honored for her "outstanding service to Israel"' by the Los Angeles Bond Organization. tfl. w oman s QJUorlJ The "First Lady" of B'nai B'rith Women has served her organization since 1937. and i< prominent 'ii civic activities in Los Angeles and on a national level Reverend Nancy Forsberg, who will be guest speaker at the Todah Thanksgiving Luncheon, has also been the recipient of many honors for her '''humanitarian, civic and philanthropic efforts." In 1958, B'nai B'rith Men and Women of Patterson conferred on her their "Outstanding Citizen Award" in recognition of her contributions to the community in the areas of intergroup relationships. Miss Forsberg has visited Israel several times, most recently in 1900. when she devoted her extended stay to intensive study in the areas of education, economics, youth programs and immigrant absorption. The Todah-Thanksgiving Luncheon theme was developed by Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of B'nai B'rith Women, 5, in conferences with national leaders of the organization in Washington. Preceding the luncheon there will be a "Sherry at Eleven" reception .at which Mrs. Kudler and Rev. Forsberg will greet honorees. Luncheon will be at noon. Jewish Floridian Education Day At Beth David liami. Florida, Fridav. November 23. 1362 Seclion B Viami Girl Pursues Musical Career Miami gill, who hopesome to he a top musician, is no -.'libuig. Austria. pursuing tntion at the world-famous Mof •iin. -ne is Donnie Snyder, a junior at [ rtin College in Ohio, and the i ighter of Mrs. Annie C Snyder. i' Miami. Donnie accompanied the entire .nior class of Oberlin to Salzburg lor the 1962-63 school year. The imi Senior High graduate is on partial scholarship for a five> ,ir double degree—Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts. She also majoring in Spanish and Gi rman, in addition to her piano. Music is in the soul of her faros'" explained Mrs. Snyder. "Doni< %  's father, Eddy, is a famous ( mposer, and I suppose it just folt naturally." He has written such top hits as I dk to Me" and "Girl With the i Idea Braids." \ fine artist, in addition to her MliS OOHHll SNXDtR ... on artist too •_iit for music, Donnie is spending her spare time in Austria, doing pastels "i landscapes Recently, she took a trip to Zurich. Switzerland, and she also plans to go to Italy lor a fine arts course in tlu spring." Is she "practical-minded" too? "Oh. yes," declared Mrs. Snyder proudly. "Donnie sews all her own clothes, including woolen suits and formal wear." In addition, last Yom Kippur. she organized a group of Jewish students from Oberlin and negotiated for them to attend services al the "lone, little synagogue" in Salzburg, an Orthodox house of uorship. where Donnie reported "it was an exciting novelty for me to be seated with women in back and men up front." Donnie. who among her other talents speaks Yiddish and German fluently, is also a graduate of Sil\er Bluff Elementary School and Shenandoah Junior High. nteen Conservative Sisterhoods have already registered tor Education Day to be conducted by Florida branch, National Women's League ol the United Synag igue ol America, at Beth David Synagogue, next Thursday, Nov 29. Registration begins at 9:30 a m with Mrs Norman Shwedel in charge •This is an excellent opportunity." said Mrs. Harold Reinhard, chairman of the day, "for all Sis terboods to get personal attention and guidance to attain the best goals for Sisterhood and synaue life. Our branch activity chairmen have prepared capsule workshops for parallel Sisterhood chairmen." Mrs. William Dickson, president ol Florida Branch, will present a report on her trip to the national convention in New York this month. Hostess for the day, Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of Beth David Sisterhood, will bring greetings, and Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David, will welcome the group. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Ralph Hankin. and the "Birkat Homozen" will be led by Mrs. Arthur Brown An educational program will be presented by the Beth El Sisterhood of W. Palm Beach. MM. MOt KUOUR BB Women Set Mass Initiation International president of E':. B'rith Women, Mrs. Moe K.cile. will arrive here from Los Angele Calif., on Monday for a four-d; stay at the Deauville hotel. Mrs. Kudler will be princip>* speaker at a meeting of B'nai B'ri* Women of Greater Miami on Monday evening. 8 p.m.. in the Nepf eon room of the Deauville. Theme of the evening will r "Pyramids in Membership Tr event is part of an all-out drh t i< new members currently being wa;ed by the 20 B'nai B'rith V. chapters here. Some 3,500 women curi'< stitute the ranks of the organii turn in Dade county Local chairman of the < Mi Max Kern, membershii vii president ol the Miami Beat Council of B'nai B'rith Assisting are Mrs Esther L ta ; %  ( sident of Miami Beach nci Mrs. Murray Skup, pri sidi t, at Mrs, Albert Goldbei g, m< vice president, Broward Dade O uncil; Miss Ed tl Sit n ons, president, and Mrs Sachs, in mbership vice | Miami Council, In charge of additional tii n are Mrs. Kern and Mrs Reich, president of B'nai I -i Women of District .">. The event Monday even, IJ serve as a mass initiation fox nc members. •'Believe — Bell • Build" is the theme of the : by ISABEL GROVE Annual Thanksgiving family gathering taking Prof, and Mrs. \ndre S. Bialolenki and daughter, Pamela, to Jacksonville, where the reunion will be held at the home of their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ganson They will be joined there bydaughters, Elandra, a freshman at the University of Alabama, and recently-engaged Claudia, now a senior at Emory University A luncheon in honor of the pretty bride-elect will be given by her aunt, Mrs. Adolf Lassk Claudia will be the June bride of Robert Salomon, of Stamford, Conn Another bride-to-be feted at a luncheon, Debby Blumenthal, guest of honor at a shower given by her great aunt. Mrs. Philip Helms, in her home. 216 Palm ave Also receiving the guests, all friends and relatives of the attractive Debby was her sister. Candy Buffet table was decorated with pink and white umbrellas, and a handsome centerpiece of pink and white carnations made by the hostess Dec 9 is the red letter day for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Blumenthal and Sanford, son of Mr and Mrs. Sidney Nather Home for the holiday. Janice Continued on Page 6-B discussing final plans for the Technion banquet on Wednesday at the Fontainebleau hotel are these leaders of the South Florida chapter for Technion: Southeast region director Leo Rutstein; chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser; banquet honorary chairman. Dr. H. Franklin Williams; and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. Israel Consul Zeev Dover will speak at the banquet, expected to attract some 500 persons. Miami Technion Women Cited Miami women came aw;: wi two important awards at t • r cent national convention of tt' Women's Division of Am< net Technion Societj in Phila; • Iphi Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Iruc" Hamerschlag, delegates of tl South Florida women's unit, r ceived citations in recognition <' their personal achievements la year in enrolling new members Specifically. Mrs. Thau wr heads the local chapter as tf i':r president, was the Technioad* in individual canvassing. Cor peting against chapters h tr • largest cities, including Ne> Yor Chicago, and Philadelphi: Mr Thau signed up near!) <>•> men bcrs into the Women's Division I the period between Sept. :i> ".9t and Oct. 1. 1362. On a chapfc basis. South Florida finished se end to Boston, enrolling 264 wr bers to Boston's 311 in t! •. pa year. As a mark of recognition %  Florida's member increa-• tf national body named Mrs. HaiM sehlag to the post of membershi chairman for the entire Women':! Division, which now encompass) %  30 chapters thoughout the I niU States. National president. Mrs. Hi man J. Leffcrt. of Philadelphia, presented the awards during special workshop session 0 • bership, with Mrs. Joseph Wer heimer, of Chicago, presiding.



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Pcre 6-A k*isl tkrHi >r Tr y %  '%  %  ^::: !962 IT) HAVE STOMPED DOWN THE MICROPHONES' GABRIEL HEATTER AW/c 5/W O'te 0/ Jews are Red' Charge U A; || I • -ti'l I'' SoV*' C -• >c.*.n* anf* nfsapc" tc C-; a-v: k t j|" on he sa = r r • -t rt.f i-jgin(d s>ch r .-sevett and iMSC fete* •-•- 5 into %  et > tec-* p e* %  %  .'. r II %  ; %  for the... • \ a Cuban phoned to ask M I were • Jew. I replied firm that I certainly m Jew i* n 0 w 8.rimut?eM Tre Flor.d.en thai I dcrr Ce*rtney I h*, e ne er k,m^ He aiso r^rt^ !ljt Tuesday Ke sort a nano-o*l, v ed tatter to Jack S.nokr .. prudent IJQAM, „ a tepe CO?, cf the proj f4n s order to m o.rtrte„n. y h ttnirit &f *• Cwrtnt, e;r. m ; • ADL and Sp.ege Aicuro. *• don 1 %  %  • Said Heafte' Tnaf's ill there was Nothing further was said. 1 am sure AOAM has teoes of the vbew to substantiate this. I woutd never make such a com— %  • As a mifer of fact, when DURING THE WEEK AS / Sit 17 Oi the 1 %  • 1 %  -TV gram u. ratal • • • • that "Sand. .. ... • : • • %  Monday : • % %  • -. it .1, %  • %  thai •'..•._ but tele to the < %  .-•-..-. A Closer View of a Miami Chiropractor .'-. ••-.: :U a) : .... % %  *; ; u tj %  .... ... ; .".; s I %  %  • I %  : .-. -%  I sever* year* iQUQb P KaaM .si-dor. to 1 : ; : u .. 15 ;rc-i: -Air Dr ben reported ; %  : I e Sul 11 -. %  %  for thi 5enat< : : %  • • She reported allegedly making a visit to the Florida o+fice of tre Anti-Defamation League where, she said, she met with Arthur Spiegel, associate director of the ADL here, for the purpose of discussing with him the Leagues programs desired to combat Communism BI don't ComSaid r*ertm wt ter J I|ar Hoover, director e the Federjl Bureau of Investigation, in his Masters of Decei* ha$ iuded the rota of the Ar'iOefamatioo League of Bnn B ntn in Its f-.ght against Communisrr %  imatioo <.':-•' ts role, : • %  %  • •'" • %  • • 1 %  •-• ra; be... Leo 1 • • • %  I that Ret US N 1 • %  • ..• %  ..• told The J B; ; tapes.** kni ... -.. %  • ---w > %  .,1be oj> t, the "Leo" 1 0 n%  • Israel Parliament Thumbs Out Move to End Military Control bee of i %  %  %  at OB Ei.-ens >uggesti r to at-.. Contirvueo from Page 1A i I T'r.t %  %  %  •• Q Of laws ol idei -1 %  %  tl %  •.. h i person t r :-r ah.ch Mpar. Oppos.t^on parties who fought .^ to repeal or radically amend the law cited the court opinion. The Prime Minister countered with the opinion he obtained from the 1 Laadau a< iiareaMnaUe The tried Justice bad dec^red that CUWO^SHOP One of the Finest Collections of Antiques Ever Shown in Florida -'.-> % %  247 Malaga Avenue, Coral Gabies 444-7234 It*-**. •• UM 1 UJ Be Sa*ni 4 Mtf acie M.l. Attorney General, which said Justice Landau's criticism was that of one Judge and not of the court since Justice Zvi Berinson concurred in the dismissal of CohI en s appeal and Judge Alfred Witkon, in holding for acquitttal, did not raise the issue of the security law The Prime Miaatttr Mid he •i not be -cowed" by the opinI a Supreme Court judge since not a legislator Meuan of the Herut partj :• of the ttailt I the Prune -pinion which took issue with a Supreme Justice. A-OGUST BROS owl it tne BEST' WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concftftsl WKAT-FM I i



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Jnday, November 23. 1962 Unit* firria/irir Page 13-A i I SAYINGS OF FATHERS R. \Aiha said. Jesting and levity ..: 4 >t f4in on ii' leudness. The I MJVNOTO/J U a fence to the Torah; '• %  :hel are a fence to riches; vows r a P*nc to %  OtffiMflCC; a fence ildaja i silence. • R Ktescr, tlir si'n of /ui"ob. *jij. h,' ivlio dors one good deed has II himself one advocate; and uvho commit* one trtmtgretsion t-eh himself one accuser. Re: :^nce rand" deeds of chanty are • .. fineld against punishment. R ]i:Jah said. Be cautious in ..-.III^. for an error in teaching! amount i.> presumptuous tin, • I and SfMatmdi received ilie a, .: from the preceding. Hillel l\ of the disciple* of Aaron, peace and pursuing p<-.;. .fellow-creatures, and %  cm near to the 7 • I to •.:• %  / / .."! not for % %  ho tfifl he for me' A I for n ..: jm nol nou U {Question ^/^cv '1 forbidden to remove the tumbs from the table before tr grace after meals is reciMtJt \ variety of reasons are offered i this prohibition. Some (Rashi) min that the crumbs are left on e tabW . It if. also claimed that this is' T.C because the grace after meals ks for the Almighty's blessing to bi bestowed over the house and over the table and it is a general i le that the Almighty's blessing is r i bestowed over emptiness or*. i cuum to show man that he must first attempt to provide something bj himnelf and then the Almighty i' ,11 grace him with plenty. (The of for this is always derived from the prophet Elisha who askl lor something in the house of Shunamita woman over which Almighty*! blessing can be be*ed— 2 Kings 4:2). • For helong after a meal may one still recite the grace after me* Is? %  piable formula seems to th.i! for a large meal one may K cite the grace after meals until 1 i time that one feels hungry .:>in, since this sensation would icate that the first stage of the estive process has been comted. For a small meal (which DOl necessarily vanquish one's the period of time is about enty-two minutes after one has i ten, 3n . Meyer Forer. GEMS OF WISDOM I .MSB*! RABBI SIMON APRIL meaning of home BETH EL. 500 bw i,wi ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff Fridaj :.:ir. p.m. Saturday B:SA a.m. Bar Mltsvnh: Wtanley, son of Mr. and Mr* Ira Foodman. Sermon "Reaching for >•'• w Height*." • 3ETH EMETH. 122?0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. C.intor Hyman Fein. Fridaj 8:13 n in |i ig Mltzvah: (Jail [Vnny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bam Miller. (meg Bhabbal host: Mrs. Rhoda Willis, in honor ot Bar MUs%  van ol hi i i .ii Mai c, on Saturday l.'i .i in. Klddush lo follow Sabbath — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Fridaj "• i"• p.m. s..imii. % %  8:30 a.m Sermon: "Thanksgiving—The A Faith." mother lived brightness permeated the home regularly. The very food BETH KODESH. HOI sw 12th ave. which the family partook -polled blessedness, and a cloud of protec ^llZ."cln^r^ B*Tm lies.' Ban Mltxvah: Suaan, ilauitlu,i % %  ( Mr. und Mrs. Lester Lazarus. Saturdaj b:4S .i.ni. Sermon: "Marriages are Sot Made in II Everything :> in the hands of t H .u except the jcar of Heaven, j BEKAKOT. FC-JI of Cod. which Wisdom "; mallei a crown for the head nw ..'-, % %  a sole n] the shoe. SABBA1 11. M.:-. your fear of Heaven be as I fear o\ man. YOll \N \N BI N ZAKKAI. i |) b God SH1RAT YISROI 1 V, %  :. not Cod :.:.;. Iij He J s the r the Lord IOHAR. %  %  22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtri. rriil;i\ b:30 p.m. Kermon: "The Bible .in.I Evolution mi. Shabhat Mr. and Mrs. Morton Maloy, In honor of their son, Kenneth, "ii" w :i l"> Mitzvah Saturduj 9:30 a.m, — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Artlr Fridaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Amee(ea— il.1.1,, in Heaven Bar Mlwv ih StevTh ,;.,,., ,,, ,,,. VVorld .„.,. r ,„, n i • II. .inn of .\n ami Mr-. Morns Plan.<,, tu ,,|^ ... ;l „,. Bar Mitzvah: k..; Larrv. son ..f Mr. and Mrs ,„ ., \,,. .,,„, M ,, Joseph Jaeol Pranklyn Sfhatz: Alan, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shubovvakj Mlnchu B p.m. I'.u Mitzvah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mis. Isaiah Shofrotl. — e — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi. ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Canter Gershon Levin. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Thanksgiviiuj to God of All—for All His Bleasinga—Krom Some of His Children." Ner Taraid presented by Miss Sylvia Yaitormau. lo be dedicated. Saturday 1:46 a.m. Bar Mltzvali: Daniel, son of Mrs. Bttty Yariiian. DADS HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richt-r. Cantor Emanuel M.indel. Friday B:1S p.m. 1'pited Bynaeosue Youth to conduct service. Stieaker: J'aul Shapiro. Cantor: Mark Ferber. Marshall Baitueh is leader. Sermon: "In Search of lioal." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: William, s.n of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bonneneclieln. Bermon: "Weekly Portion." ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Friday 5:1S ami 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "To Qlv* Thanks—It is Good." Salunlay 8:30 a.m. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid avs. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfisld. Cantor Abraham Sei* iviiiav 5 IS p.m. Baturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon; "The True J.i.-li Mother." St. Conservative. Klein Rabbi Maurice At the Sunkist Center, school aircs which meet every Sunday K rl ,1 ay Tn : a ^ k J-. m M^^^Mo^Alberi lasses were bosun for the kindermorni for serv ices and breakfast, etn to hoat'oneg Shabbat In honor [arten under the direction ot Mrs. „„.;„„ f u i r annlvereory. Saturday :• a.m. confirmation classes and an active TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Morris Berger. daj 9 a in Bar Mitzvah: Warren, son I ^; the adults, an interesting and comg^*£sgS "SPfe, ^ Betty Wank. Toward the end of 1954. a chari !"!" congregation. ter was obtained for Beth Emeth. Young Judea and cotillion classes Congregation, and a store was rentare a so hc i d at syr ,agogue. For ed at 122ml St. and NW Tth ave. Regular Friday evening a ervices were held, prehensivc levelling and Saturday morning, and i ;,.i in Four Home 1 ." Saturday 11:15 ._. u-i.1 „„ ie.^. ,rl a.m. Bar Mlttvah: Bheld son of In. ami Mrs. Mol ton Axler. Clatter. Plans were drawn, and land was minyons are held on Monday and secured at 122nd st. and NW 2nd Thursday mornings. All services ave.. and soon new facilities were are conducted by Rabbi April and on their way to becoming a reality. Cantor Hyman Fein. The structure was completed in MERlf MICHAflS Befh fmeth president time for the High Holidays of 1956. II soon became apparent that this one building, which was designed as a Temple, social hall and school building, would not do well for all these purposes. Again new plans were drawn, a building committee formed, and the Beth Knielli school building, with six classroomand the Temple office was constructed. Today, Both Emeth Congregation i:. ;m active congregation of 125 member families under the leadership of Rabbi Simon April and I rail President Merle Michaels. The Hoi? congregation has .. well-rounded On, im tor itudents 1 listing of II. Peaikta Bubcr, I6>b Rabbi Eleatar said "It 11 ilicway of the u'orld, 11 m has insulted hu fel ubli'< and after a time ttt\* to ht to him, that the othei ia?i "1 ou me publicl} and now you would be iween ,1 alone! < >o bring tinmi n .,, „ .;. -iil.v.l me ami I u-ill ht reconciled to Bui (;,,,( u not • A man :.:\ rEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 avs Reform Qabbi Samoel Jaffa. Friday S:13 p.m. Bermon: "Questions. College Htudenta Ask." Baturdaj II a.m. — • — TEIWPLE BETH SHIRAH. Soniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Ril.i I Morris Skop Cantor Herman CiMtlirh FVIda> 1 13 p.m. Mi s Bi rnard Chi man, rellglouz achool eunervlaor, to present "• %  students Bermon: "Ji lah Vouth In tii" Space Age." Mrs, Abraham Flei man 1 halrman of Blsi. %  -ii 1 < HI. u Bhabbat, i" pri — i< 1 • %  at Honor T ibli B iturd u 10:M s m ii,. BtruRgle for Preedom." • TEMPLE BETH SHO',OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Ra*ibi Leon Kronish Cantor David Convn" Prldaj 7: 1 3 i> m Bi rmon 'Thanks_.\ ,n_ fi r w hat?' s nurd | I i a in Rar Mltxvah: M son "i Mi. an I Mrs Hi ni > ^ — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW il You.' Alan, bson; Mi.li.i.I. s.n .if Mrs. Jacqueline Mlnt%  er and Mr. Jink Mlntier. Bermon: "Weekls Portion." Mlncha J P"'Bar Mitzvah: Jan, sou ol Mr. ana Mr-. Anton Loi-b. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Prlda} 5:15 p.m. Bermon: "TUunksiwii(; Da) — 'I'll,, l'.r.soiial Hollduy." — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 330 Palermo awe. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeoal Podet. Cantor H RicharH Bmum. FVIday B:1G p.m. Sermon: "The Synagogue and Soeial Action." Saturday lO.-Ja a.m. Har Mitsvah: Ml.ha.l Bvmn, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leo ZoxkiTiiian. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowits Cantor Edward Kil FYidav :15 p.m. S,-rmon: "Abraham —The Blder." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Richard, son of Dr. and Mrs. i:ii Qalits. Bermon: "Weekly Portion." — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday sir. p.m. Bermon: "What •> are Thankful Por!" Ones Bhabbat hosts: Mr .in.! Mis. Joseph Schwartz, in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary, Baturday 8:43 a.m. Bae Mitsvah: Mr. and Mrs Harry Solomon celebrate the occasion in honor ol her son, Ira Schmidt. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowv. N. w member service Friday si", p.m. s. ... in "The Meaning of the Kaddlsh." — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry WernirW Cantor Alhe-t (••" &f Friday 8:30 p.m Bermon: "ProfanSlatei h i i" be host at OnesJ Shabbat saturda) I a.m. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantorl Ben Zvi Friday 8:13 p > Bermon; "Lei Th/ i, :-,• be %  < Mil Una Placs for the %  Batui daj B 13 a m. BennoitS "Rejoice, 0 l'oung Man in Tiiy youth."' — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th sC Conservative. Pahbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. i ij 8:8fl p.m. Sermon: "Reflec dons on Thanksgiving." Bas Mitsvah Roberts Susan, daughter of Mr. in.i Mrs II irold I lordon, and granddaughter of Mrs Lena Kaplan and \i,Rose Gordon. • — YFHIIDAM MOSF 1Hn W Oixla hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Mortoit Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. n.,hodn Rabbi SH.....:*.t"b*r Fridaj B:1S p.m. Baturday 9 a.m. s, : mon "A woman of Valor." 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Friday. November 23. 1962 vJewisti fhrktiar Peg 5-A AWUAl MUTING SET DEC. 2 Burnett Roth Nominated to Second Term As Board Chairman of Florida ADL BURNtll ItOIH Former Miamian In Top Position S !ney Glazier, national executive i tor of the Eleanor Roosevelt • pr Foundation, was elected .. t-i ti rj of the Foundation at a recent meeting t the board of i\ Dl -S. Glazier has also been appointed l>v President Kennedy to serve as a consultant to the new committee headed bj Adlai E Stevenson to carry on the humanitarian work of the late Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. The committee will meet in Washington on Tuesday. (; lazier was a long-time resident <>i Miami Beach prior to assuming his post with the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation. While here. he was city manager of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Slate of officers and memhers of the executive committee to be presented to the Dec. 2 annual me—tiny of the Florida office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B*rith will include some new. as well as veteran leaders, Jack Fink, nominating committee chairman, revealed Wednesday. Nominated for n second term as hoard chairman is Burnett Roth. Succeeding Judge Milton Friedman and Sam I. Silver, who have sene! maximum terms in office as 'he League's Dade county vice chairmen, are two new officers, William I. Pallol and Henry E Wolff. Friedman and Silver join past officers Benjamin Meyers and George J. Talianoff as trustees. Chairman of the hoard of trustees i.s Paul Seiderman. Al L. Schneider, president of the Jacksonville Jewish Commonty Council, and member of ADL's national civil rights committee, was nominated for a second term as vice chairman from the state at large. Sam A. Goldstein, completing his first year in office as chairman o! the policy-making executive committee, was renominated to his post. The olfiee of treasurer, held by Jack F'ink. will again receive the B'nai Brith leader's name in nomination, and Nate Perlmutter. ADL's executive director for Florida, was renominated as secretary. Three new community leaders will be presented for membership in the executive committee: Temple Beth Ara's Rabbi Herbert Baumguard; Harry Botwick. of Florida State Theatres; and A. David Rayvis, longtime B'nai B'rith leader. Other Dade members up for renomination to the executive committee are honorary board chair man. Leonard L. Abess, William Alper, Miami Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz. Judge Irving Cypcn. Dads .Sta.tc Attorney Richard E. Gerstcin, Ernest Janis, George Kronengold. Dr. Irving Lehrman. E. Albert Pallot. Harry Simonhoff. Mrs. Bernard Supworth. Sanford Swerdlin, and Harry Zukernick Roth, a national commissioner of the League, and a member of its national executive committee, has been associated with the tight against anti-Semitism since 1930, when he was Florida correspondent for the late Richard E. Gutstadt, during whose captaincy of the League, it climbed to national prestige in the field of civil libertarian affairs. An active participant in Hie Greater Miami Jewish Federation's formation in 1938. Roth was prominent in the counteraction programs ol those days against the GermanAmerican Bund, and the then mushrooming anti-Semitic organizations, spending hall of each day as a volunteer ADL staffer In 1941. he assumed the presidency ol Sholom Lodge, and in 194'J enlisted in the U.S. Army Upon discharge in 1945. he reassumed his dedication :o corr.mu ity relations programs. He org; %  ized chapters of the American Veterans, Conjmittee in Florida, v -, president of the Dade County A\ and Florida commander of t ; Jewish War Veterans i-i JW7 Roth, president of th* Uoni District of Miami in 1931) #mel 193 and president of MirWi Beac* Zionists District in 194fc i**3 >949 has continued his intere;,t in I • rael, ar.d is currently f-*der of the American Zionist Cc-unc I of South Florida His v. %  ^angof interest and service **end from his founder's ret ft • Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Greater Miami, to his appointment a chairman of the Miami Et.ih C vilian Defense Community Surv val Committee. He was a member %  Iiaml Bi ach City (ouncil i< %  ea and \ice mayor tor tv He brings to his OOSl atl i ha. man of ADL. experience at a n tional commissioner, national executive committee member, thai'man of the ADL's N. iona] W crimination Committe and national vice chairman %  Civil Bights Committee. Israelite Center Model Sabbath Durirc the annual model Sabbath program at Israelite Center reli 4; gious school to he held Sunday. 11 a m in the social hall, students will present excerpts of the Sab ''i-.th service. Also on the program will be ;i -peeial choir group, under the direction of Mrs. Hush Berman, rmi*ic teacher in the Sunday school i pertinent Mrs. Louis Cohen will i at tl e i iano. I olli wing the service, a tradi.1 Fri. a> nighl home observ. I,I i • presi ated. %  program is being supen i->; j Sholom Epelbaum, head lie Bcbo 'I teacher, and MrHer%  • rl /iman, Sunday school prin< ipal. Ral bi Malavsky. princi1 of th.' religious school, will QM guests, and the Dora Stein Sisterhood will serve Mrs Phillip Richman, of the Sisterhood, iin charge of chllpen's act.* itiea Shafkin Elected I ^ Honorary Chief Louis Shafkin. charter member and president of the South Shore i itizens Club, was elected honorary life president at a meeting recently. Organized in 1950 with a momhership now of over 500. the Club meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. oilier new officers are Max D. Cioldhagen, Sam Abolafia and Sam \incs, vice presidents; Mrs Sam Vbolafia, recording secretary; Mrs. ie Tulin, financial secretary; Shirlej Kahn, treasurer, Beth Shiran Youth to Meet Barry Burak, son .. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry lur..k. ol 5401 SW 62nd ave., ill be he! at a n gular meeting ,t, le Beth Shirah Youth ip ii turday, Dec 2. 8 p m t the home of Rabbi and Mis [orris A. 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Fiiday. November 23. 1962 lenislh nrrHgrir Page 11-1 f P>c*r ^Ailtzvali Joseph Forer bl i v rm.m \ Shapiro will of. i Iho Bar Mitzvah of JosSlater Forer at Beth Davi l % services Saturday morning, 0\ 24. Joseph is an eighth grade stui cni .it Shonandoah .Junior High, i | ere ho is a member of the Stu• council. ll" has won several awards in speech and dram i, Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs Mover Forer. Planmeetings for the founding of Bi .. David over 50 years ago were i in the home of the celebrant's mdmother. llis mother was coni : • ted there. Following services, a Kiddush v ill he held and a dinner reception al the Seville hotel in honor of the Bar .Mitzvah. Michael Zuckerman Bar Mitzvah of Michael Zuckerman will be observed on Saturday morning! Nov. 24. at Temple Judea. with Rabbi Mordccai Podet officiating. Michael is an eighth grade honor student at Shenandoah Junior High, and is taking piano lessons. Following the ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Zuckerman, 3311 SW 18th st.. will host the Kiddush in their son's honor. Frederick Alpert Frederick Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alpert. 1740 Normandy dr.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Nov. 24, at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Institute's religious school. A reception in his honor will be given by his parents after the services. Stanley Foodman Congregation Beth El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Stanlev Foodman on Saturday morning. \n\ 24. with Rabbi Solomon Schiff officiating. \n eighth grade student at Ponce l.eon Junior High, the celebranl Agencies Discuss Closer Liaison With Federotion \ series of meetings between the presidents and executives of the i reater Miami Jewish Federation, and its affiliate agencies, has been launched bj Leon Kaplan, Federa vice president in charge ol ti r agencj relations \t each of the meetings, direcand presidents aiscuss pro ms thai mi) mutually benefit .. veral agencies, including coordi lion, closer liaison with Federaiinl the role agencies can j ,i> e ei.ii on and the Comii ed Jew i-h Appeal campaign M i meeting lasl week, Dr Mich Goo In an, din ctor of Jewish \ ncationai Service, reported plans ing studied by JVS to enlarge the Sheltered Workshop pro-ram and for additional services involv ing persons who have suffered from serious illnesses and mental and i hysieal handicaps. In addition to Kaplan and Arthur S Rosichan. executive director of Federation, taking part in the meeting wore Joseph Cohen, president, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director, Bureau of Jewish Education; A. Budd Cutler, president, and Efraim Gale, executive director. Creator Miami Jewish Community Centers; Mrs B B. Goldstein, president, and Leon Flatter, executive director. Jewish Family and Children's Service; Maurice Pearlstein. executive director, Jewish Home for the Aged; J. Gerald Lewis, president, and Samuel Gerlnor. executive director, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Barney Bernstein, president of Jewish Vocational Service; and Miss Minnie Keinberg. executive secretary National Council of Jewish Women. attends the coi school. Parents of I B ir Mitzvah an Mr. and Mrs Ira Foodman, • III San \ icente, ( oconul Grove. Arnold Bernstein Arnol : son ol Cantor and Mrs Fred Bernstein, will be Bar Mitzvah during services Saturday morning, \o\. 2t. al Beth Kodesh Coni ion. Rabbi Max Shapiro i ill officiate Kidduh will follow the ceremonj in th num. NVchael Waitikin Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah Of Michael, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry M. Waitzkin, on Saturday morning, morning, Nov. 21. at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Bo.u-'i Ira Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon will celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of her son. Ira Schmidt, on Staurday morning, Nov. 24, at Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi Eugene Labovit! will officiate. Ira is a student at the Temple's religious school and attends Nautilus Junior High Kiddush will follow htc ceremonv. Gail Miller Bas Mitzvah of Gail Miller will be observed during Friday evening services. Nov. 23. conducted by Rabbi Simon April at Beth Emeth Congregation. Gail is a student at the congregation's Hebrew school, and attends West view Junior High where she plays flute in the school band. Parents of the celebrant, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, will hold open house in their home following services. %  Michael Mintier Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Jack Mintzer and Mrs. Jacqueline Mintzer, on Saturday morning, Nov. 21. at Temple EmanuEl. Michael is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High. A Ki Idush 1:1 honor ol the celeJoseph Forer Arnold Bernstein Gail MOTer Michael WaitzHn Alan Jacobson Jan toeb Ira Schmidt Michael Mintier brant will be held in Sirkin Hall following the service. • Roberta Gordon Roberta Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gordon, and granddaughter of Mrs. Lena Kaplan and Mrs. Rose Gordon, will be Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening, Nov. 23, at Temple Zion. Rbbib Alfred Waxman will officiate. An eighth grade honor student at South Miami Junior High, Roberta plans to continue her studies in the Temple's confirmation class. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by the celebrant's parents. Kenneth Klein On Saturday aftemon. Nov. 24, 5 p.m., Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth Klein at Temple Zion. Parents of the celebrant are Mr. and Mrs. Erank Klein. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldstein and Mrs. Henrietta Klein. Kenneth, an eighth grade student at Kinloch Park Junior High, plans to continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class. The Shalos Seudos will be tendered by the celebrant's parents following services. • Alan Jacobson Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Jacobson. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Nov 24, during services conducted Hi [rving Lehrman at Temi 1 El || stud' nior H h, and rut lions include golfi* ; tiling at th< I imi Yai Cli A n ccption at Ihi Rones l' 1 hi %  honor ol the B ir Mitz' 1 will follow the ceremony. Marc Wills c. son oi Mrs. Rhoda Wil uill bei %  "> B; r Mits • ih at Bi: lh Congregation on Saturd mon Nov. 24. dUi Ing servi< ( ed bj Rabbi Si >n Apri The celebrant is ;. student Beth Emeth Hebrew school and tendThomas Jefferson Jur Kiddush in his honor will i" 1 the ceremonv Lawrence Gorman Saturday morning services, N 2i. al Temple Zion will Include 1 Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence Gorm. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman ofiating An eighth grade si ident at k • loch Park Junior High, the C< brant will continue his studies I the Temple's confirmation class Mr. and Mrs Alvin Gorman >. honor their son at a Kiddush 1 low ing the services. Grandparc ol the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. a • Mrs Monroe Pillar and Mrs. Ar Gorman. Jan Loeb Mincha services at Temp.; F.manu El will include the Bs. Mitzvah of Jan. son of Mr. a;'1 Mrs. Anton Loeb. on Saturday, Nov. 24. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Jan studies music and electron* ics. and is interested in sports. The celebrant will be honorec a reception Saturday evening bis home. Put him in the driver's seat! Two Speakers Scheduled Temple J1: lea Sisterhood will have two guesl speakers al a meeting Wednesday, evening. Dr Michael Goodman will discuss "Jewish Social Service in the Community." and Dr. H. Franklin Williams' topic will be "General Community Welfare Council." Dr. Goodman is director of Jewish Vocational Service here Dr Williams is vice pr< sidenl ol the University of Mi ami. Cite Large Gift To Medical Center Harrj Rosen, Miami Beat h civ ic pad religious lcad< r, has made one ol the in-' ibutions to thi MedK al Centi r in Beersheba being built bj thi Greater Miami Uwish community, according to nl this week. Formerly oi Brooklyn. Rosen serves 1 n the bi ards ol Kne eth Israel Congregation and Israel Histadrul Committee of Greater Miami. He is also active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. 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Page 2-A +.lmisl>flcridfcr7 Friday, November 23, Jewish Educators Elect Officers Aiuiuui houciay dance planners gather to discuss traditicna! Thanksgiving eve event for the Miami YMHA Branch. Left to right are Charles Plotkin. Miami YMHA Branch direcior, Mis. iviaxwen Waas, Mrs. Herscnei Rosenthal. Maxwell Wacs, Mrs. Joseph Siegal, Mrs. Stanley Spieler, and Mrs. Mitchell Goldman. The function was held Nov. 21 at the 'Y.' 13 Mass Killer Nazis Now on Trial BONN — I JTA | — The principal defendant in the trial of 13 former Nau storm troopers and security police, who are charged with the murder of 180.000 Jews in the Cheimno concentration camp in Pol..nd during World War II. testified this week that he got "madly drunk because I knew what was going on." G JStav Laabs. 60. an SS -< t gave that reply during initial questioning of the defendants. He was the driver of a gas van into which Jews to be killed were crammed t> ss men. The 200-page indictment, which took a year to prepare charges the 13 defendants with murdering or abetting the murder of the 180.000 Jewish men. women and children from 1941 to 1944 The nine-member jury in the provincial court here heard testimony by Walter Bock, 50, of Hanover. He said be did not ment on his "service" in Cheimno during his denazification proceedings "becaue nobody asked me." He was cleared and, in 1947, returned to his former rank in the police department. The trial is epected to last until the end of next January. World Jewish Congress headquarters in New York announced that, of the 170.000 prewar Jewish residents of Cheimno. only three Jewsurvived A.; were located. Arts Pageant Scheduled Here The Greater Miami Cultural Committee will sponsor an American Pageant of the Arts, the twohour closed-circuit telecast scheduled for Nov. 29 as a combined benefit for the National Cultural Center and the Greater Miami Cultural ConimilU-c EXeskaaM and Mrs John F. Kennedy and former President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower will appear on the "Pageant." which will be produced by Robert Saudek. of "Omnibus" fame, with the celebrated musician and conductor. Leonard Bernstein, as host Mrs Kennedy and Mrs Eisenhower are h'-norary co-chairmen of the Nail Cultural Ceata r Performing on toe telecast will b i itest i of to%  r I r %  • show Marian Anderson, Harry Belafonte. Abe Burrows. Pablo Casals. Van Cliburn. Bradford Dillman, Florence Eldridge. Robert Frost, Benny Goodman. Tammy Grimes. Hal Holbrook. Danny Kaye Gene Kelly. Dorothy Kirsten. Frederic March. Elaine May, Mike Nichols. Ji Robaxds. jr.. Jerome Robbins. Alexander Schneider. Richard Tucker, and the National Symphony Orchestra of Washington. D C The "Pageant" may be seen in Miami Beach at the Munu litorium and in Miami at the Dade County Auditorium, the | fermances at both places beir held simultaneous!} after a worldwide search, in Israel, and are now in Bonn, ready to testify at the trial Th, are Michael Podchlebmk. Simon Srebrnik and Moredai Zurawski Former Police Lieutenant Ernst Burmeister, who was in charge of ., special Nazi detachment which sed many thoiu I Jews in the Cheimno camp said at the trial he had beei to recer carry out rdi rs IK said that, as i civil servant all his life, he had beet br ght up in the Prussian waj f life" to do was ordered. Wilhelm Doenn;. a former SS officer who was Criminal Investigation Department chief of Sl< burg after the war. was sentenced this week by a jury court to six years at hard labor on conviction ot complicity in the murder of 667 Jews in Russia during the war The prosecution, in demanding a term of 12 years for the former Naii, stressed that in view of the extent of the crimes, the sentence could have only a symbolic effect. The defense had pleaded for acquittal on grounds that Doering had "acted in an emergeny." Four leaders of a neo-Nazi movement in West Berlin were given prison terms this week rani from four to nine months, for spreading deas against democratic order ith< rs were sen•' need to one-month terms in a youth ietention home after tl were convu UK i I charg S Herbert Harari. education and youth director <>f Temple Sinai of Hollywood, has been elected president, and Ilerzl Honor, education director of Temple Menoran, sec retary, Ol the Jewish Educators Council of Greater Miami for the school year 1962-63. Founded in 1958. the Council is comprised of those engaged in Jewish education as administrators an 1 supervisorAssociated With Temple Sinai for the las) seven years. Harari earned his Master of Science degree in psychology at the University of Miami in June. He participated in the World Conference on Jewish Education in Israel last summer as a delegate of the Council, and continued his psychological research there. Raised in Israel. Harari served I in the Haganah. is now married and has two children He has served a> dean of Temple Sinai's institute of adult study. Honor ia graduate of George U College and the College of Ji Studies in Chicago, and h.:~ completed < in si • and resi. ency for the degree of Doctoi at Dropsn P .... Hi formerlj sei f Niles I( .. ish l Skokie, 111., and u married a/J three children. hers of the Council include .' GitU Isi :.. edt I R.'-:i Torah '• %  %  -•• tioi irectoi Beth David %  galioi Rabbi Alexander MnrrJ THE BEST WISH FOR ISRAEL AT THE NEW YEAR is fe mmkt tmt Sesit Cretm i< !$ {one's.' %  UYSn.E fK.EDSEtG Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsk* Pleat* JC 1-4595 945 BMCMIOAN AVI *IAU BfiO MEMORIAL CHAPEL ..*':. : sen Florida's %  i .| t -l 1 •-> > 1 %  \ t \ I %  Tt I Gross, director, and Rabbi Horovitz. principal. 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ftidar, November 23. 1962 If M # %  H? ridHftn Page 3-A •cl Mrs. Marshall Harris (center* at the 31st general -. of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare -. Philadelphia with Louis Stern (left), of South Orange, ./-elected president of the national board, and Irving e or Cleveland, outgoing president. As recipient of the Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish | ... Harris attended the assembly, and will report | the executive committee of Federction and to the [ mmunlty. The award is given in recognition of "outu leadership" by a young member of the Jewish I Bonn Parliament President Off on Official Israel Visit %  %  RT I \) -Dr. Eugen ir, i>r lent of the West noestag said here on a erview prior to his leaving eight-day visit to Israel that i • v. est < lerma ty's current i risis ua. onsidered suf%  ason to postpone the visit, ie West German official will i i with President Ben-Zvi, rue Minister David Ben-Gurion other leading Israelis He will fcturc ;.t Hebrew I'niversitj on lave the Germans Changed? — |i • tns ,IIKI Dangers "' the intei'. i--". at t le air;i [i ..il thai a West Geri mental s Commission ined the question oi r< %  %  • • tense political : %  oDiiihJ ;38 situation permitted the Bundestag president to leave Wesl Germany and decided in the affirmative. Asked about West German-lsraeli diplomatic relations, Dr. Gersteinmair said he would study that matter while he was in Israel even though it was not his business to negotiate on the problem. Dr. Ceisteinmair is cointo Israel at the invitation ol the Israel Mission in Cologne. Because there are no diplomatic relations between Israel and West Germany, a reception for him by Knesset S| cakcr Kaddish Lui is not anticipated. Horn* Owaed Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. 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Myers, noted Miami communal leader, will continue as a member of the board of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced this week by Louis Stern, of Newark. N.J., newly-elected president of the Council. The election took place in Philadelphia last week at the banquest session of the 31st general asembly of the Council. Myers is past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of the long-range development committee of Federation, and a member of the committee to select the recipient of the William Shroder Award given annually by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Myers is also chairman of the CJFWF nominating committee, CJFWF is the national association of 217 local federations, welfare funds, and community councils in more than 800 communities throughout the I'nited States and Canada, which annually raises the bulk of all American Jewish philanthropic funds for local services, national programs and overseas needs. of the best known American residents in Israel. His weekly column on life in Israel is syndicated III newspapers throughout the United States and other parts of the world. With a student body of some 3.700, Technion serves both as a college, instructing young men and women in basic and advanced lields of engineering, architecture, and other technological fields, and is also Israel's major engineering and industrial research center. Highlight of the "four-star" evening will be a community tribute to 14 local citizens who have been designated as Founders of Technion by virtue of their financial support in the past year. Banquet chairman. Al Sherman, and honorary chairman. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, said these individuals will receive hand-illuminated awards, designed in Israel as "recognition for their practical etforts in behalf of the current building campaign to construct newlaboratories and school facilities on the Technion campus in Haifa." Founders include Samuel Elman, Mrs. Frances Entine, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieberman, Joe Mechlow, Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rifkin, Leo Robinson, Jacob Sher, A. I Uslander, and Miss Elizabeth Zentler. A distinguished guest of honor will be on hand to participate in the Founders' Award ceremony. He is Hon. Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of Israel for the Southeastern region of the I'nited States, whose office is in Atlanta, Ga. Accepting the invitation from the South Florida chapter to attend the banquet. Dover told Sherman he was particularly anxious to meet Technion leaders in this part of CABR/fl HtATTtK Rabbi Rottman Will be Honored Rabbi ii Louis R< ttman, founder and vice president of Mesivta Hi .h School, will be guest of honor for the second annual scholarship dinner to be held Sunday. Dec. 2. ai Waldman's hotel. Rabbi Rottman is spiritual leadi: ol Beth Israel Congregation, of Miami Beach. Chairman for the event, Alex ander Moscovits, who is chairman ol the school's board of trusti &, %  ill be assisted bj honorary chair • in, Leo Robin* >n, a member of tlu Mesivta's board <>f trust' hairmen are Louis Merwitzcr, Samuel Reinhard and Harry Genet Chairman ol arrangements is 1 mis Pel ack. Mesivta High, on Normandy Isle, is in its >nd yi ar of full schedule opi ratii n. More th in 30 students attei I the school part ial or c< mpl rte scholarships. It is the ( nlj high school sot th ol Baltimdfe combinin • an integrated program ol Hebrew and English studies, 'Record Hop 1 Due At Emanu-EI Lee Rosenhouse, of Temple Emanu-EI I'nited Synagogue Youth, heads the committee arranging the first record hop of the season Saturday at the North Branch build' Ing, 77th st. and Dickens ave Assisting him on the committee 'are Heidi I'encliansky. Selma Shickman and Karen Adier. Expected are more than 200 teenis, who will dance to records -pun by the popular disc jockey of WCKR, Rick Shaw, emceeing the dance. Shaw also will distribute prizes, including records and gift certificates. The "Lollyops and Roses Hop" will gel under way at 8 p.m. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michiqan Ave., Miomi Beoch JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 ZEfV DOVER the country "who had stimulated so much public interest in an engineering college in Israel." 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;n the four Miami Beach travellers were Nairobi, Zanzibar. Johannes burg. Lisbon, Rome, and San Juan. Puerto Rico. During his stay in Jonahnesburg, Pallot addressed a meeting of the B'nai Brith Lodge there He also toured several of the savings and loan banks, conferring with officials regarding methods oi hanking procedures. Pallot is president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. Sandier, general manager of ladio station WQAM, inspected a lumber of radio studios in Ihe metropolitan centers to compare notes on daytime programming. Among the guests present at the film showing were Mr and Mrs. Harry Schulman. Mr and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, Mr and Mrs. Caspel Pallot. Mr. and Mrs Jack Pallot. Mr and Mrs. Richard Horwich. Mr and Mrs. Norman Pallot and Mr and Mrs. Richard Schulman. Also, Mr. and Mrs Sam Solloway, Mr. and Mrs Joe Perlman. Mrs. Kuth Safl. Miss Sonya Klein. Mr and MrMilton Klein. Mr and Mrs Hy Galbut, Mr and Mrs Henrj Wolff. Mr and Mrs Larry I orter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Mandell, Mrs Bessie Yonkelowitz, and Mr it d Mrs, Sidne) Hollander Mrs Julia Pallot, Aaron Ross, Ida Mar-hall. Mr. and MrEdward Rosenthal Mrs Rose Inland son Richard Mr and Academy Dinner Reservations Up i; | Pj, ,,... ,,, brew mmittee, %  1 -n mad for he I5'h cho'-M >hip d n be he! Dei 16, al hi D auville I I Pi i idents a d rabbis it all syna I Great ?r K area and lead ol all i it ic or ganizations ha\ been invited i men a re •' a c k Cantor and Joseoh Cohen. Beach councilman, Wolfie Cohen, is honorary chairman, Mrs Herman Marks, Max Mark-. Mr. and Mrs Morris Wolfson, Ml and Mrs. Walter Jacobs, and Mr and Mrs Charles K Jacobeon Others were Mr and Mrs. Paul Marks, Mr and Mrs. Louis Rosi I thai, Mr. and Mrs Frank Mark-, Mrs Kate Marks, Mr. and Mrs Norman Jonas, Mr and Mrs Pel ry Marks. Mr and Mrs. Louis Pallot, Mr and Mrs. S Klein. Ml and Mrs, Howard Katzcti. Mr and MrRonald Pallot, Mr and MrNorton Pallot, Dr, and Mrs. Mui t,i\ Mantell, Mr, and Mrs. Georgt Gordon, Mrs Rhea Goldfarb, Mr and Mrs Jack Fink, and Mr Mrs. Sam Heiman. Also Mr-. Sara Harris, MortiLomaskin, Mr and Mrs Sam Kann. and Dr. and Mrs David Seitlm. If you like KREPLACH Ravioli IN SAUCE You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...Idled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and Cheese...seasoned the real HalIan way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per servingl



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Friday. November 23. 1962 Pwi§t Flk/rBiHi^m Page 11 -A A Rabbi Returns tc Israel After Four Years "I came down from I he El AI plane bearing the Torah we had brought I" Israel {or the future n idents <>I Mo Ami." Dr Irving Lohrinan reminiseed. The Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader has just returned from a irip to Ihe Jewish State as a momber of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council pilgriraage which left hero Oct. 23 in dedicate Me Ami. this community's twin city in the Galilee. %  Some 200 children greeted us." he recalled. "Later, when our JNF group aproache.l Jerusalin in the bus put at our disposal, I suggested that we all stand up. and in the moving vehicle we recited 'Shehecheyanu.' "There wasn't a dry eye among us," said Rabbi Lehrman, "for now we were in Isreal—the Land of the Bible. Isreal is currently in her fourteenth year. But she is 4,000 years old reckoning by our heritage. It is this awesome perspective of our Jewish history that moved each one of us so mightily." Dr. Lehrman was last in Israel four years ago on two visits there in less than as many months!" He had gone Initially to lake part in the celebration of Ihe Jewish State's 10th anniversary on the fifth day of the Hebrew month lyar (May. 1958). Hardly had he returned to Miami lieach when, as a member of ihe Interfaith Commission of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, he was called upon in June of that year to undertake a trip to the Middle Bast, including Israel, and the Soviet Union. What were the changes in the intervening years? "The change is phenomenal—miraculous." declared Dr. Lehrman. "For example, we were driving toward Bcersheba in the Negcv. Last lime I was there, you could gaze as far as the eye permitted—and just about all you saw were sandy stretches. Now it is all completely green. "Or take Ashdod, which is one of Israel's fantastic seaports. It is literally being built over night: a city to house a population of over 250,000 people—all preplanned. It won't be very long before Ashdod outdoes Haifa. And Just imagine, it will he Ihe home mainly of newcomers to Israel The mayor of Ashdod is an immigrant himself, who came there -i\ years ago from Egypt." According to Habbi Lehrman. "Everything you see is impressive—and emerging from the horizon in the twinkling of an eye. We can truly say 'bimhayra v'yamenu' because it is all happening so fast." Neither is the development confined to new communities alone. "Tel Aviv and Jerusalme," he observed, "boast new areas and new construction that did not exist on my last trip there. The last time I left Israel, the new Hadassah Hospital was just beginning to rise from the ground And I was at the dedication ceremony of the new Hebrew University campus four years ago. Dr. Irving Lehrman addresses guests at a "welcome dinner" in Jerusalem for members of the Me Ami caravan. Ambassador Yaakov Tsur (left), world chairman of the Jewish National Fund, and Gideon Hausner (right), internationally-renowned state prosecutor in the Adolf Eichmann trial, look on. "Today, the hospital is a vigorous reality, and the new Hebrew University campus is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. And speaking of centers ot higher education: Technion City in Haifa is a joy lo behold. "Everything you see. absolutely everything, excites your admiration. But our most thrilling experience was at Ihe dedication of Me Ami—the central purpose of our dedication pilgrimage. We were escorted along new roads to the Me Ami site, and our party included Rabbi Kahana. of the Israel Ministry of Religion, and Ambassador Yaakov Tsur. worid chairman of the Jewish National Fund, sponsor of the project. "As Ambassador Tsur said In his introductory remarks," Dr. Lehrman recalled. "Ihe area showed nowhere a blade of grass, nowhere a tree, nowhere a drop water "Bui someday Me Ami will have people living there in a thriving community, and all of us reaffirmed our faith in the future of Me Ami by planting trees." During the dedication program, the Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader presented the Torah he brought from Miami to Dr. Kahana "to hold in trust for the people of Me Ami, who will someday build a synagogue and live here." In turn. Dr. Kahana presented an Israeli Torah to Dr. Lehrman to bring back to Miami in gratitude to this Jewish community. "You know." Rabbi Lehrman observed, "you can't move very far in Israel without seeing evidence of the fine work being done by the Jewish National Fund The plain of Jezreel, for example, between Nazareth and the mountains of Sumaria. was not loo many years ago an area infested with malaria. They tell stories that the birds which accidently flew over the plain died shortly thereafter. "The JNF bought the land for 750 pounds and reclaimed it Today, it is a Bight fantastic I,, lie. hold And SO, loo, with Ihe lluleh swamp region now being dev< ed ait,:lying fallow tor untold generations, Kverywhere there ]repealed evidence of this Jewish National Fund phenomenal achievement: .INF has plant, I some ati.000,000 trees in Us land reclamation and afforestation programin Israel during Ihe past decade And what of Israel "generally?" "It is like walking in a Blddur —a prayer book." Dr. Lehrman declared. "But one of the interesting things is the growing interest in a return to ancient Jewish tradition. Until recently, lor example. Independence Day was principally a secular celebration. Now. special booklet, are available with liturgies marking the occasion, including Psalms and other sacred wirtings I attended mam services while in Israel. At one service in Tel Aviv, the world-renowned opera star. Jan Peerce, officiated at Musaf. "There seems to be a newlydeveloping hunger for traditional practice, and perhaps here is the explanation for the fact that the Conservative and the Reform movements of Judaism in the United States are now building headquarters there, when they were not welcome before. Rabbi Schiff Will Tour L. America A two-week "good will lour" of I .iliu America on behalf ol the Hebrew Academy and Ihe Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami will he made by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, a member ol the board of directors. Rabbi Schi'f, vice president of the Rabbinical Assi. of Greater Miami, and spiritual leader of Congregation Belh El. will leave I'i re Sun,lav 1!:tour will include visits to Venezuela. Trinidad. Colombia an,I Puerto Rico The rabbi will ~iv.-:k to Jewish community lea lers of the proi n ss made in Jewish educaUon in America lie v %  :.', also interview prospective Students tor the Hebrew Academv an I Mesivta. the eiiv Jew -h •' % %  •• %  %  • Is south of Baltimor According to Rabbi Alexander 5. Gross, principal of the Hebiew Acadeny. the purpose of Rabbi Schiff's trip "is in response to several requests from South American Jewish communities as to what educational facilities are available in the United States." Rabbi Schiff will also interviewgirls desiring to attend the Dora Cohen School lor Girls, which will open here next fall. Rabbi Schiff is a graduate of Brooklyn College of New York, and was ordained at the Mesilla Tifcreth Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary in New York. He has been spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Kl for the past five years. He served as secretary treasurer Ol Hie Inter Yeshiva Student Conn cil. and is an active member of Ihe Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, where he is a member of the hoard ol directors. Advisory Council, and Board of License. INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDEDINSURED -GUARANTEED •k 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. • tp /H7in_fv 4B7 S3 IT; !' %  in YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Nrael didn't want -and doe wan) imported tradition. But rael's emerging strengths and ligious directions are increasn iacent, and so i' •• iwapli r sh\ away Irnm tho n As a result, l believe we are < tributing to these strengths i I directions by serving as a k id ol modern catalyst that asthe ancient .lewish heritage > find reemergence and reexprt ion lor Israelis living in : century Israel." The atmosphere? "There i great sense of urgency," Lehrman observed, "hut no en aency. You will see panic or f, nowhere The spirit of the tin is one of normalcy Those \ stand guard at Israel's omhv borders, and sometimes it sec I-rael is a land of borders. those who join the throngs to lend art galleries, \isit in b< shops, or participate in Israinsatiable hobby of listening magnificent music—such as kind I heard from ihe Israel I 1 harmonic Orchestra at the M Auditorium.'' At a rceplion for visitors at Dan hotel following the anni\ sary celebration of the Weizma u Institute of Science, Dr. Lehrrr. 1 met Myer Feldmaa. Presid, Kennedy's personal advisor, O had come to Israel lo attend t event. "The strides here," E". Lehrman reported the Americ diplomat as saying, "are stagg.-ing beyond imagination." EchoI Dr. Lehrman: "And so th • arc ." at BABY TIME • % %  Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. • • Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994


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%  T39 4-A > Jmiii f krH&r Friday. November 23. 1952 ^Jewish Floridian CtnCE and PLANT 120 NX. Sixth Street ^'^^-sTS S'&S'/T-'M"''''"" Telephone FR 3-4605 Ta^Tyae Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED Z. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LSO MINDLIN Executive Editor FILM.* M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher Tha Jaw.** Floridian ha* aa.-'Eta t* J't" t"it/ a* tt> Jewfa* Weekly*'Maw bar • f* • %  •> Te'ea'ap'W Aoee/. S*v* Arta Faature S,n3.cat. Wo"9 3e Newa Ian If I Nat.cnal Editorial Attn Ar-e' ca A" of EngLah-Jewiah Newaeapara. and t*e F'or^da P'eaa Aaan. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Ttkt J1/ > norldlaa -l %  *%  an wr.'llM ad : .-. jnUM Ona SUBSCRIPT Loci Y.ar 1-. 00 Out of Town 0 N Ar.a Upon RATES: Thr* Y.ar* $1000 ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel 1AY U BLNDER C orrespondent Volume 35 Number 47 Friday. November 23, 1962 26 Heshvan 5723 A Startling Development Th^ ^3:. li-bed in the Nov 15 t: UM of The MumiHerald reports on a ccmiiaiOHr I had M th Harold 'regardrng a rumo from the chiropractor which s)aH with Jews and the'ris* of Communi-m Harold is chairman of an organisation called The Commute*to Wan Of the Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Business Scene. "~* Purpose of the committee is to apply pressure on stores bete to remove from their inventories food, clothing, and manufactured items produced in Communist countries. During the past few v,ekit has somehow shifted almost exclusively to the salt of Pofaa hamin tht Miami area. This displaces from con-idi-rati u r, the more central]) important aspectof Jerome D. Harold, the man Frankly, the hams, themselves, leave me cold. In addition, Dank) W M ir.n r.i _ro acting director of the Office of Public Services oj the is Department of State. ha= a succinct reply for the Harold variety of -elf-appointed guardians of our morality For example, trade with Iron Curtain COUnlriei :a two-wa affair: America imports Communist products, but the > import American productas well. Bo>cott them, and they'll ni the fnvr wherever possible. To itress hipoint. Montei that the Soviet bloc I me $133 million •* rl luring 1961; while our purchasing from then 684 million A specific case is Yugoslavia, where • of trade irefl< ires: S39 mill • • rich ire min • tin chiropractor sees it I mn mist influence and penel reach %  '• %  rig ton." REMEMBER THE HUNGRY ON YOUR THANKSGIVING DAY with the prospect of hesitant resolve and uncertain direction. That delegates here are pledging themselves to the examination of so ambitious a theme suggests a realistic recognition of the situation and a determination to reshape Zionism into a meaningful and purposeful program for this region. The appearance here of Dr. Max Nussbaum. national president of the ZOA, similarly suggests the Zionist Organization's desire to leave no possibility unexplored for the revitalization of a philosophy that less than two decades ago achieved the pinnacle of its hope and its ambition as the instrument of fulfillment of a 2,000-year-old Jewish dream. Greater Miami Jewry welcomes the delegates to the Southeast region convention here and wishes success to their deliberations. On Technion and Truth It is particularly gratifying, in a world engaged in brinksmanship and gambling with the odds of near-destruction, to fmd a quiet concern for education and for the molding of the mind and the spirit. This is the concern of the South Florida chapter of the American Society for Technion. which next Wednesday evening holds its annual meeting here. Technion is Israel's world-renowned Institute of Technology. The ancient Jewish concept, "Out of Zion shall come forth Torah," is embodied in Technion. For once again, as in the days of antiquity, Israel is rapidly taking its place as a foremost center of study in the Middle East. Seen from the vantagepoint of Technion, the pursuit of knowledge is geared toward scientific research and education. And, in the twentieth century world, it is excellence in this that assures Israel's chances for survival and progress. The men and women of Technion here can thus feel secure that their assistance to this Israeli institution of higher learning does more than bring forth Torah out of Zion. Indeed. Technion. launched in 1912 and founded in 1924, more than two decades prior to the rebirth of Israel, has contributed significantly to bringing forth Zion out of Torah. •:• WHAT WAS IfFT OUT IN A COLUMN ben 23, I described Harolds k and my < • i river il n With him. also %  rts i" pressure Zayre Stores ,ireported in the .' issue "i "The Citizen Speaks." an ultra-right wing i ilel published by S J I irden, ol Key Biscayni Arthur W. Kane, manager ol Zayre Stores, reprrx'ue. uary issue, declares: all the merchandise ma; CommUNist fsic) countries righl after receiving your first De< IS have (been) shipped out of our store It seems that Hamld and his committee are now enjoyii increasing degrees of success. Hut. to repeat, all of this leavi cold: the State Department explanation should be enough to into proper perspective the aims of the Harold committee. K part, although they have been ineptly displaced by interest in P ..-li hams. I am more concerned about the purposes of the chiroprai r'j organization: and. as already suggested, these can best be under^.-d by studying Harold, himself, within the framework of his associa'.: as, If the Miami Herald story of Nov. 15 makes reference to a Harold memo on "Jews and the rise of Communism." it also reports his denial of my charge that he deals in the coin of anti-Semitism: Harold said Wednesday that his group is not anti-Semitic, that some of his committee members are Jewish, and he felt the Jews are no more responsible than other groups for the rise of Communism.' But my Feb. 23 column reproduced the contents of the memo, labeled "From the Desk of Dr. Jerome D. Harold." and circulated in the mail here: "Finally, our race is waking up! Without the Jewish race Communism would never have gotten off the ground. After it wins the world, they'll put us all six feet into it." This memo, -ubstantiating my charge. The Miami Herald did not reproduce. Neither did it report the substance of my telephone conversation with the chiropractor. MHN B/tCH JOC/irr TAKIS MOIKt IT WOULD BE wasteful to repeat in detail the information rev. in my Feb. 23 column. Suffice it to say. Dr. Harold at first denied knowledge of the offensive memo. Then, he shrugged off all connection with it. Finally, he confessed to having written and circulated it. but vigorously declared that there was nothing anti-Serr about himself, his committee, or the note, adding the inevit.V • "some of my best friends ." What are the Miami chiropractor's affiliations? "The Cit Speaks." one of the early sources of information on the Harold cam paign. bills itself as "Christian. Constitutional, and Conservati.< The January issue reproduces an open letter to Senators Smatherand Holland: "They (the newspapers) scream daily of the Adolph Kighman (sic) trial, and how he supposedly helped exterminate 6.000.000 Jews. What they don't mention is the fact that 20 y ago, the U.S.A. was sending thousands of Christian boys over t to stop these atrocities." In another reference to this. Publisher Carden declares "We fought a war on behalf of the persecuted Jews, and thousan.'ol gallons of Christian blood were spilled." Then, there are t: quaint comments out of the anti Semite's primer: "The mone) changers had better wake Up because the money spenders are beginning to" and "They who will not tolerate Christmas in OL'K sell Should not profit by Christmas in THEIR stores." In the July. 1962 Bulletin of the John Birch Societv. publishi in Belmont. Mass.. appears under the title. "Slave Labor Goods. this telling item: "There has been formed, and is now functionn:The Committee to Warn of the Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Business Scene' Miami 38. Florida. We are sure they would be glad to hear from any of our chapters or memberel sew here ..." IDEAL VIIW Of AM IDIAL PftlSS IN ANOTHER ISSUE of the John Birch Society Bulletin, additional reference is made to the Harold committee, together with the charge "that our State Department is behind much of the pressure which is flooding American retail shelves with slave labor merchandise this is all part of that planned leveling process' betw nations by which oui State Department is determined to make it easier for the Communists to merge all of us together into a Social ist one world economy under a Communist one -world government Such irresponsible terminology is fundamental to the semantuof the bigot's primer. For example, a "Freedom Voice" recording, reported in a column here last week, in similar wording extended it* sympthj on Nov. 9. two days following the death of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, to "UN lovers, do-gooders, extreme middle of the roadei dupes ami sympathisers." The Blrchite "explanation" "f state D partmenl intentions for the U.S. suggests, in addition, the "in Continued on Page 6 A



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Fage :-. A Jrmitf FkrkJ&r Friday, Nove—b?r 23 End of Menon By MAX LERNER Poll Shows Jews Helped Elect Kennedy 11 • ifeo .... %  .-.•• pollster Oliver A Q • i u .Nat iacs and J Mr Quay] .< %  • ee pre* k i Harris ft Ail that cUM private | Pi esktenl Kenn • Inrini I9M Mr. Quajrle X bal Jewi *eK c •.i to -Mr Ken. dy at thi start I th I960 cam I eeta to i* i ritiauj -.--•for laflen p litical arr on Alter the end of Richard N:xor. c end of Kr.-r.r.a 111 to equate the two It JUM haprx-rei tiat final r> fllilfr happens -em at almost the tame moment. Other-.-. trier are r*3 men. with different personalities. difl< Men. a drfferenJ life. Each of them would be shocked at beta| ment-ooed in the same breath—Nixon because Menon has the .*a Cat Thev were marginal men. eternal nibjectl for debate by other men jrri ; ,,. r e ( support of a min at to wbo aod what they were always skating on the thin edge between p-oup even U igl another mi v.hat they were and what they wished to seem—until a sudden b:a-t -. nt; • lic and Protestant .-upport of Mr • • • j Kenedy dropped in the la?t weeks Unlike Nixon, whose cji*a*tar carrst twiet t the poll*, Mnon' came ,. ( th( campai g n Bl may from the botching of a job entrusted to him. There was a kind of tovc bwB saved hy he 1Dcr ,;,., historic justice about this, for Menon was a man who always despised n he Jewjsh vote •• the ineffectual groundlings, and who had the feeling that he could come in and do what others had left undone. As it turned out. bis skills were only verbal His abilities lay not in action and administration, not even in thought (where he was surfacy) or in strategy (where he was a total bust), but in words and in the tactical nuances which could be managed by verbal formulas As it happens I came to know Menon somewhat during the last decade. I had talks with him in New York, in London, in Geneva, in New Delhi. On several occasions I agreed that they would be off the reporting what he had i Pnic includes one week of hotel accommodations and extensive s-ghtseemg through FARR TOURS, the Souths leading Travel Agent 123 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES it (>•(•)( J C dust U tusiM tl' tvt t* t IK', i" MM t.ttts 5 5 SIMM* SI1. H Fust CUli tkt lrttst Crust SM ui'"l &f trt* Mm ., _^ Set • • B F COCDtlCM UFtSlvtl lifts, um •• %  cum t: ceaolitt ttf.ct etitiitttis 155 %  F.tfltr Sttet. <<> I Prues lci 'I taMees it ittener •> cittner CiiTM MUST, tiitii't tdttt Itr >ll Flirrtt CHIIHI TIW ester rl ci trt Stt ei etrct Stit Ctters tt lit IHI tit fiit itsumtitt •it r*s *•'' st rC0 K71 li:m ilt •' % %  1aal ttr stit ft itlef Oat etst net aaek, Itr t fttr if JTFO DlSTTllfB anattaj witer Itt tirtsl ( >i •>••it ttl iI • •'"! It )• toil } turteitet Ittf 'isiite strt lUrVn a F till c IWI situn On met Itr t*t tt tkt ttwl'ftl •mill MOTEL tt Ike tenM IMIt Street •! Cl mi ti'iit I i.irlr tieistrt ... 11 s It trsaef [ttttilir rtrtitl kf itt IJBM. COtONiDO STUCICS till DC. '!t St. Um.. II ttts tl nf"* tett sttl heits fer irttttr •• • -r setttr IN ni'lii Tir Ct Fitt Struct ml DiSCMtt um vtrtt HI M it tret seificts tit tiscieits. 2 FOR 1 SALE 2 TIRES FOR THE LIST PRICE Of 1 J BFGoodrich PREMIUM NYLON LIFESAVER OUR FINEST TIRE • Seals Punctures Permanently • Resists Skids Protects Against Blowouri Lifetime Guarantee LIFESAVER WHITEWAIL List Price Salt Price 61.00 30.50 8700 33.50 7330 30.05 8160 40.00 8160 40.00 8440 42.20 sin LIFESAVER BUCKWALL list Price Silt Price 4980 24.00 54.70 1 27.35 59.80 20.00 750i14 t 670x15 800.14 t 710x15 150x14 I 760.15 900x14 800.15 I MOO 33.0O 950x14 1 820.15 1 1 All >' us Sim Fit, til J 51 tt ID per tint ml tkt tit tirt iff tear ctr rtiHiiiu tl cm t n (in Mieatiii. nIAMI-* 5300 N.W 37th Avo. • S00 West FUgUr St. 715 N.W. 7 Ave. Oa till 8 P.M *77 S W. Im St. MO 4-9723 MIAMI BEACH-* 14S4 Alton Rood NORTH MIAMI-* 13340 N W 7 Ave iOUIH MIAMI-S930 S. Doiia Hwy. MALIAnlDAlE7* M. 0 : nia Hwy. W HOUYWOOB—• 4017 Hollywood Blvd .1 St.t. Rd T, TU 7-O450 KEY WEST-540 Gntt St. HOMISTfAO-* 30100 S. Fad'l. Mwy FT IAUDERDALE—3705 S Oevie Hvd. • 1 380 S Fed*..I Hwy 2833 Watt Brww.rd Blvd



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-age 8-B %  %  M-fkrMinr Friday, November 23, \%i BF DOTTY /CVAN OF THE WEEK Dotty I Mrs Leon* Kaplan were Irish, there would he no question .>he had kissed the blarney stone. She has an elfin way of talkng, is ell as the clever gift oi mimicry Born in Passiac, .J., Dotty as the youngest of [our children. Her ambition was to become a ress designer, which was evidenced by cigar boxes full of clothes that ed lor he rdolls: That wa sher only concession to being a girl, she excelled in all boys" sports She was a whiz on a bob sled and two-wheeled skates, and tops in baseball. Interested in communitj affairs even as a u am .) youngster. Dotty met her future husband. Leon, at a Community Center dance sponsored by the YM11A It was January. 1927 that Leon walked Dotty home through knee-deep snow lrifts, but it was summer — June. 1932 — that they got married. After high school, Dotty was enrolled in a fashionable finishing school on the Hudson. However, a wonderful job in a new bank fell in her lap. She was with the bank nine years, becoming head of the proof department. It was during this time that she discovered her acting ability. At an amateur theatrical, sitting in the back row of the theatre, the master of ceremonies announced that Fanny Brice couldn't attend, and that she sent a substitute. Dotty craned her neck to see it was. He called cut her name, and Dotty's friends pushed her aisle. She was a riot then—and has been ever since. After four years of marriage, and five-months-old Linda, the Kapcame to Florida to visit Potty's sister. Lee. and Ben Snger. They ; ii so much, they just stayed Up North, Dotty had been a Junior : member, so she continued being active in National Council of Women, taking on more and more important roles, ultini >t-l ing president of the Miami Division. She was also active in .. Lame a Girl Scout Leader, charter member of Brandeis Univer.i itional Women's Committee, on the board of lit. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, and Hadassah, among others She took part in drive that came along, as well as appearing in skits and shows. Since her accident three years ago. Dotty has had to curtail her activi ;,-According to doctor's orders, she must play a lot of golf. This nedkine isn't hard to take. Presently, she's out-going treasurer of the vir.t-a Tau Mothers' Club of Alpha Epsilon Phi, and on the board of Miami Brandeis University Women's Committee. Friday is her day M Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and nothing interferes with that, even oil Leon. too. has always been active in community affairs and the hree children follow closely in their footsteps—Linda (Mrs. Richard) Brickman. Rita (Mrs. Edwin) GhuburC, and Stanley. Dotty says that thf :.\ idendS are the most fun. meaning the Brickmans two children, Karen -d Patti. Another Brickman dividend will be issued soon. The Kap,'-.are always in demand—not only at community affairs, but social votings as well, where their sparkling zest always adds a zing to the ing. T HOME \ :nt Tiller Farkas was at home to her friends Sunday afternoon. • ..-a very special party planned by her daughter. Helen Farkas. er of her eightieth birthday. The birthday girl looked lovely in bit.and yellow print, with a lace blue stole and big orchid. The sweet as sel with a banquet cloth that Aunt Tiller had had in her trousrhe gold-banded dishes that she had kept so carefullv all 'hes' ere perfect with the autumn flowers and brass candelabras. I the guests were Mrs. Laura Goldstein and her mother. Mrs. Goldberger, Mr and Mrs. Alex Shapiro. Miss Anne Iskin. Mrs .• ~unons. Edward and Fannye Klein and the Aaron and Bill Farrs eir sister Irene, Mrs Milton Schlesinger. Son Harold Farkas wife, Jean, from New York, were most unhappy not to be in Miami en that day. but they'll be down soon to continue the celebrating. ALLOTSI PALLOTS! PALLOTS! Morton and Glorida Pallot invited all the Pallots to a cocktail party i r of Al Pallot and his bride. Honey. Honey was dressed in her .. II ;e green, which is so lovely with her red hair It was strictly a .. ,.r ••married-to-a-Pallot" affair. They came forty-eight strong. A _: bells were all around the huge cake that said, •Happiness, ; %  --. and Al." AT CAST \t Last'' is the name of Neil and Barbara Schiff's boat, and at .... Neil's sister. Eileen, got to take a ride in it. Eileen and Charles larth came irom Long Island with their golf clubs for a week at Dora! Country Club Fortunately. Eileen isn't as ardent a golfer a her husband, so she spent most of the time with her parents. Harry jrni Lilly Schiff. However, she was there to see Charles win the golf trophy. "I'll put it with the others,' said Eileen MY SON BARRY Mr. and MrGilbert Fein had a dinner party for their friends in MtOT Of the Bar Mitzvah of their son Harry Michael. Barry's friends pere included, too. Blue and white flowers and candles at the tabletight made the private room at the Embers a delight to see. Barry ••• proud possessor of two sets of grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ".i, <<:i\ Mrs. Jack Weiss The cake was magnificient. in form of a book with 13 candles on either side. Among the guests were Dr. ind Mrs Victor Dorf. Dr and Mrs. Dennis Quitner. the A. Bermans. B. L Binders. Mr and Mrs Fred Nesbit, Dr. and Mrs. Saul Miller, the • Hafts. Richard Haft, and Stanlev and Joni Tate. • • AROUND TOWN .Saturday night dinner at Marty and Pat Fine's was fun. Among estl wire Harry and Marilyn Smith. Alan and Doloris Wilson. ind Doris Bloch and Dr and MiSiumond Rosen. Spectors Married At Beth David Hall Mr. and Mrs. Morris Louis Specter were the first members of the %  vector 'ami'y to be married in the newly-ccmpleted addition to Beth David. Spector Hall, dedicated IO the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sa m u el J. Spector. pioneer Miamians. Rabbi Norman N. Shap ro performed the early evening cere•".>n< .mit,-o n„tte Frrlberfl a-'d Mr. Spector on Thursday, Nov 22, which wa•• lowed by a reception and seated dinner. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown ot chantilb lace and tulle M. r satin, trimmed with iridescent sequins and se< d pearls, with a chanel-Ieneth tram A jeweled butterflj cap help a fingertip illusion veil, and she carried her con firmation Bible with three white orchids and pinocchio pom-poms. Her attendants were Mrs. WilK.i'nn. the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs Norman Ginsburg Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Erdberg of Birmingham. Ala the new Mrs. Specti r graduated from Shades Valley High in Birmingham, and the University ot Miami, and is now teaching at North Glades Elementais School Her sorority Is Delta Phi Epsilon. Parents oi the bridegroom are Mr and Mrs Irving Spector, 1022 SW 12th t. Now an office supervisor trainee in the John Hancock Insurance Company, Spector is a eraduate of Miami High and the I niversity of Miami. He is a member of Alpha Delta Sigma, professional advertising fraternity. \v. n Kahi MRS. LOUIS DAVIDSON \\ %  %  K i MBS. MORRIS SPfCTO* and active in the Hillel Foundation. Serving as his besl man was William J Kahn, and groomsmen were Julius Spector, Bill Dock. Joe Erdberg, the bride's brother, and Frank Kreutzer. His niece and nephew, Renec Kahn and Barrj Kahn. served as flower girl and ring bearer After a honeymoon in Nassau the >• ung couple w ill live at 39 SantiUane. C ral Gables Miss Sapphire Weds Scientist Mies Paul -tte Sapphire and Louis lack Davidson exchanged nuptial ...won Thursday, Nov, 22. at the Dunes motel, where a reception followed the ceremony Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated at the earl} afternoon wedding. Attending the bride were her sister. Mrs. Danny Rodriguez, and Harriet Davidson, the bridegroom's sister. Groomsmen were Roger Nelson and Danny Rodriguez. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sapphire. 1611 SW 29th ave.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jen Davidson. 909 NE 17th Way, Ft. Lauderdale. Newly wed Mrs. Davidson ia (raduate Of Miami Senior High and a member of Topai B'nai B'rith Girls. She was former!] •mployed as a secretary in h Detective Division of Metro Pubic Safetj Department The bridegroom is i graduat of he l'niversit> of Miami seh >i! of mgineering. and is i>"-\H\ % %  n ploved aa aerospace technoli^i-t with the national aeronautics in,I space administration. He ia member ol the America i Inrti tute ot Electrical Engin er, Institute of Radio Engineers, and Society of Automotive Engineer* After a honeymoon in Vu |inia t!.t young couple will liv at 842-B Die-den dr., Newporl New-. \., Tendrich, Miller Exchange Vows Leslie Ann Miller and Ja u Ten. rich were united m marriaft -n Sunday. Nov. 18. al the Dri,| Country Ctab. Dr irvini Lehrman performed the early evening cere. mony, which was follow fraternity i-ilon Phi Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Isadoi. i >U 21st ave Alter a honeymoon in J the newlyweds will live ave. MM. JACK TfNDK/CH Rifas, Kligerman Visiting Jamaica A morning ceremonj at the Fontainebleau hotel united Karen innabeth Kligerman and Harold Martin Rifas on Thursday, Nov. !2 with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Following a reception at he hotel, the newlyweds left lor i aoneymooR in Jamaica. Da ighter ol Mr. and Mi J i Kligerman, 1G05 Daytonia rd., Bis c.\iie Point, the bruit eho-e a mre -iik peau d* soic sheath gown with train and French illusion veil attached to a crown of roses Maid of honor was Mi&s Harriet Rifas, and bridesmaids were Willa Kligerman, Carol Cohen, Sona Rosenberg and Marilyn Hurwitz. Best man to the brii Gary Ro\ in, and Joi I nold Levy and Mil served as ushers Mr. and Mrs Dai 4ti3.-> Granada blvd of the bridegroom. w, • %  %  %  • The new Mrs Rita%  I invers.ty of Miami i tand attends 'be law On their return from trip they will bve at Pie 1 UVfT sit) [More Than Just a Voco>ion { M%WWty Wern. MRS. HALOID RlfAS A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HEP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 I J SAFETY HARBOR. FLOR'DAJ "FREE GOLF'' j tn M#r H '• %  "* $K *"' | Tel. 726-1161



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Friday, November 23, 1962 A w /f fit ricfrin Page 13-B i SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER _J5 %  ully, Attorney Martin Fine appointed DJ Mayor High to end term as chairman of the 'ii Housing Authority. Ob,.iwere practically unaniis in their approval. %  • %  •! equipped with knowledge rmness of purpose. Fine has i I Impressive success In the lice Of law, particularly in field of bousing There's no erj about bow he


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[ November 23. 1962 h wisti im>i rkHotT) Page 3-B U ** 4 \ JiL ..ers of the Hebrew Academy PTA volseivices to serve students in the B caleteria during the noon lunch hour. left to right) are Mesdames Saul Soloram Gruen, Jack Safra, Joseph Shapiro, Sussman. Julius Rosenstein, Paul Weiss rs. Rosenhouse lo be Feted and members of Hebrew Women will gather lo U to Mrs. M II. Rosen,. luucheon at the home ,'i Mrs. Leonard Rosen, -•, Broadview dr. on Wed%  on T iisenhouse will be cited i\ iee and leadership in nization tor the past ten —d STTI Rosner, chairman of the committee. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Bernard Diener, Harold Katz, Marvin Choos, Leo Rein'•'d I."<->nard Rosrn, Henry Weinstein. Herzl Honor, Irving Firtel, Sam Shapiro, Lillian Meyer, Zvi Berger and Daniel Zalis. Pioneer Women Will Celebrate December meetings ol Greater Miami Pioneer Women will i>. rillllllt .inuuuii. Bebe Idelson Club will have an Ones Shabbat on Saturday. 1 p.m., al the Fillard hotel. 2000 Liberty ...* I\. PAIIA H'H I. • 1111 111-: 11 ave. Dr. Celia Davis, cultural chairman, will be in charge of the program to include a talk on "Music and Opera." by Samuel Berkenblick. Hostesses will be Mrs. M. A Comberg, Mrs. R. Steinberg and Mrs. S Libennan. President of the chapter is Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden. Mortimer Janko. and Mrs. Ed Goldstein Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national vice president, and a member of the Miami chapter, will bring '.Meetings from the national organization. Mrs Louise ('.old. program chairman, will introduce Mr.Hclga Eason, director community relations of the Miami Public Library, who will review "Cast a Giant Shadow." by Tom Berknan." Discussing tne "ramiiy Lite" conference oi tne women a Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service are (left to right) Leo Mindlin, executive editor, The Jewish Floridian. who will be guest speaker at the noon luncheon session; Mrs. Lewis Kanner, vice president of education for the Women's Committee; and Miss Esther Lowenthal, JFCS staff advisor for the conference. Reservations Being Taken for Family Life Conference at Everglades Dec. 4 nished to taste. Not for the budget minded J hut at a very modest cost, j I) Adequate security required,! |> references exchanged. Call PI 9-2400 j Reservations are no being taken tor the second annual "Family Life" conference of the Women's Committee oi Jewish Family and Children's Service, which will be held at the Everglades hotel on Dec 4, al 9 %  !" a.m \v --I n's Committee president, Mr s Irving H. Fell, said that "in i n %  nting our second ai nual 'FamSulie Harand At Beth Sfcolom Sulie Hacand, nati ally-known (ing actt lured in ic il excerpts from I e current Bn aclwaj hit, "Milk md H may." membership palt} ol Temple Beth Sholom on Sunda.> evening. i Haran 's appc trance was bj the Tt n pic's Sister: celebrations ci mmi morating the remple's 20th anniversarj year Many other parties and functions are being %  in celebration i I this milestone in the life of Beth Sholom." according to Mi I u F. Snetman. Sisterh I president. Background music and accompaniment for the program were provided bj Martm Rubenstein, pianist appearing nightly al > top night spot, Kelly's." Mrs, ine/ M. Krensky, a president ol Sisterhood, was Harand's hostess dun:.her short stay here. ily Life' conference, the committee has adopted a strong JFCS philosophy tor its main theme—that of working lo avoid family crises in the community. "A major goal of the Woman's Committee is to embark on this program at an educational level in order to prevent family breakdown and help preserve healthy family living." The Woman's Committee was organized a year and a half ago with the two-fold purpose of acquainting the community with the serVices available to them through [twish Family and Children's Service, and as a fund-raising vehicle to support the agency's program. "Their goal for this year is supper! oi the agency's new program tn establish a treatment home for i notionally disturbed children," Mrs. Fell said. Jewish Family and Children's Service is a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Fond of Dade County. Rabbi Wernick To be Heard Regular meeting of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood w II be held in the social hall Monday evening. Future activities will be discussed, and Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will give a book review. Articles for a bazaar are being l made in sewing and handicraft classes, which meet in the social j hall every Tuesda) morning at 9 a.m. Adult Hebrew classes, under the direction of Rabbi Wernick. are given in the social ball everj lues lay evening at ti p m. Golden Agers Hold Anniversary Celebrating 15 years of service. the ('.olden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMIIA will hold an anniversary dinner dance on Sunday. G p.m.. in the auditorium of the Miami "Y," 4:>0 SW 16th ave announced Abraham Berrin. president. Highlighting the evening's entertainment will be performances by the club's choral group, directed b> Mrs Bernice Schwartz, and a demonstration of folk dancing directed by Mrs. Shirley Chall. Members of the dinner committee are Alexander Yasen and Mrs. J. Goodfriend. co-chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. A. Berrin. Mr and Mrs. S. Deel. Mrs Frieda Crecke. Mrs. B. Kawaller, Mrs. Etta Oxman, Mrs Ida Simon. Mrs. Rebecca White, and Mrs. Frieda Yasen. 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P: ge 14-B frt*i*tf/rrMinr Friday, November 23, 1962 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl .^bbi Selfier Named Regional Director Of UAHC Southeast Council Office Here hotel, and the newes never had II Is line fuiM'N now in ai i aj ol sports them BBY After seeing what "oldies" the local screens, including first-run displaying, it's no longer smart to say: "1 haven't seen thai movk years — but expect it to pop up any night on mj TV screen." Now i can exiect almost any •oldie" to appear momentarily al JTOUl orite mo\ ie house. The feature film shortage, played up in Hollywood movie news i-ories over the past year, is now quite apparent. The big studios ; "• running with skeleton crews, if they aren't shut down, or deating full time to TV fare. Once the Hollywood movie nulls ground out "B" films to aug nt the bigger spectacles and keep their stalls on lull time .-. -lied i ,-s. But now film-makers concentrate on "big ones" only. And they e far and few between. Result: the "oldies" arc being revived by dozens. THE SPORTS SCENE: Former Bayshore pro. Sj Levine. now re aed to an ateur status since going into the insurance field lipped us to the new 18-hole Presidential course ol the Diplomat. Sy li layout with Sam Friedland, the owner, and had nothing bm rav the "northern" contour ol the fairways, plenty of rolling lerraii :l other tr. -'s. besid 's palms. That'll be two 18-holers for the Diploma) uld open sometime in D ber. Golfers id, what Mill so many n and exceptional ir midst. Spotted a lot ol localilos fine 1 buying same al Ki N 2nd avc .ef Jerry Carver; Pink) Di ibin, ol l PI R< %  Pom| •.Ire. bossman ol swank M Kim's, which should l.e Dei Surfside; Lew Jordan thi SI • %  < %  W'ald. exec e direct^ ol Temple En NIGHT AND DAY: Thi irsl ol lh( reserved-seal movies to hil n for I %  ison. "The Lcngest Day." won hij deserving IM %  ilisl licenl battli sci th< D Daj land JS in Fra ci Forty-two stars shim in thr equences %  .ether m breathta fashion It's al the Li three ho rs ol actionful battlefront drama on the wide scri Jackie Gleason, who has done everything vocally — comedy, •ama and song — t odate on both TV and movie screens, does ;/eryfhing in pantomime this time out, in his latest film, "Gigot," hich lights up the screens at Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. "leatres this week. A British comedy, "Coming Out Party," relates hi jinks ol a cap ed Britisl scientist in a Nazi war prison, and is now at the Norndie on tl %  Beach. Saturday night at the D< ral Country Club is one ol the highlights the week for local folk who like tu step out at week's end in best tuck. Food's the finest, and the music most danceable. Best 11. the i r ce is right. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Harold Dunsky. Cedars of Lebanon d-raiscr. has an inside track on the "Cleopatra" premiere here as H'netit for the hospital He saw Liz Taylor in Home alter she ught he was connected with her favorite hospital ol same name in Angeles. But she was gracious enough to promise to help — i she learned it v ..the Miami hospital. The Middle Easl Restaurant, featuring Arabic dishes, is the talk ie Town these day s. Edmond F. Ricketts, associated director of Public Administra• an Service, Chicago, was goest speaker at the monthly dinner meet-g of the South Florida chapter at Tony's Fish Market. Many of• da li from local cities and county .governments heard him. A complimentary glass ol sherrj awaits diners at the smart iden Kay, Westbrooke Country Club's new dining and dancing spol %  .luir Teichner is in charge and the room's open 5:30 p.m. until m., Fridays, Saturdays ai Sundays only, at present Catering exec and Mrs < %  rge Milh' i recenl h sts ol dinner | King Arthur's (cunt. He"> done big job as chairman and creator ol Cub I str) Committee Goal: out-of-town foi i iba 'i refuj i es h< re. ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: The elegant De Continental, with Victor Bidones at th< has reopened, serving again fini :ul i an I wines at thi B i location. Sau< itzel pai excellenci are among the icacies f< ind every day the popular Hofbrau Haus on U.S l %  G ull ark It'.the 17th year in for the popular Royal Hungarian staurant, T.:I v. isl Vfia Complimentary drinks 'noshes" .-, y i : th > h meal. The Fireside Restaurant is prepared to cater to special parties 'd organizations of all sizes. Morris Piken is the man to see for our party plans. I i. al broiled Roumanian steak is specialty at the Chatterbox staurant, 1220 NE 163rd si Ci iititicnt.il dinin room Miami's anl> "Shomer Shabbos." The ightful kosher i itery is located at 8393 Bird rd. Inside and outsidepremises caterin in thei ally of the spot, Downtown Miami businessmen for years have enjoyed the lunch• is. from a sandwich to a full course home style meat, at the Roseon NK 5th st ADDENDA: •There is always a 'first' lor everything. For th? %  time in my 17 years in this community. I lost a leading charactei a five-character play 24 hours before opening," notes Ruth Foreman, ector of Studio M. 208 Bird rd. Filling the breech is English actri si orh Wheeler, u ho prior to Coming to the I S three years a 0, formed in every important country, including Turkey. "A Taste of ney" reopens at Studio M on Friday for a tWO-week run "The Filth Season," hilarious play about the garment industry, l be presented Saturday al Westbrooke Country Club by the Galy Playhouse. Producer is Ralph Marino. Curtain time is 8:30 The Golden Key Room, a new dinner and supper club, has opened • Weatbrooke Country Club. The Colder' Key is open for dinner from so to p.m on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, and there from 9 to l on those three nights. Arthur Teichis executive food and beverage director, By Special Report Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, ol New ij has been named new •egional director 11 the Soul 'ouncil ol the Union < t American lebreu Congregations. The announcement was made by tabbi Maurice N Ki-endr.ith. :AHC president. The Council is a region of the L'AHC, central body ol 640 Reform ,, wish temple in the United states. Bjiada. Panama, anil the Dutch A'esl Indie-, with membership over nc million persons Music Award Winner Performs Second annual paid-up membership luncheon ol the George Gersh Am Ladies' Auxiliary was held & turday, 12 30 p.m., al the BelAire hotel Mis. K n Blum, winner of the Si • an music scholarship iven by the George Gersh %  Kni Is of Pyth s Lodgi pn I a musical program A fur and sweater fashion shov hy Mr Ei -el ol Lincoln Mall mod by members ol the auxiliary. Mrs Harry Eilen membership vice president, was chairman of and Mrs Jack Herman as in i harge oi the program. Bar Mitzvah Year Celebration Temple Zamora will celebrate its rar Mitzvah year al a banquet on Mar 16, L963 In conjunction with the 13tb auniversary function, Temple Zamora 'hiweek initiated a Bar Mitzvah Year Book. Chairman is Stanley Silvern, till" Riviera dr., Coral Gables Committee members include Leon Honig, William Raskin, Haloid Shuman, Harry Marks, and Morris Moskowitz. Food Baskets Project Aided Pythian Sisters, Miami Beach 13, will have a games party next Thursday evening, Nov 28. at the American Legion bldg 1802 Alton rd Proceeds will be used for the club's project, food baskets. Chairman of the evening is Mrs. Evelyn Decky, and Mrs. Ross Le vine is president ol the organization. The Southeait Council represents 56 Reform eoogrejations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Sooth Carolina, Eastern Tenr.essse, Panama, and the Dutch West Indies. The Council maintains offices at 816 Congreis bldg., Miami. Rabbi Seltzer succeeds Rabbi William Sajowitz. who has taken •be pulpit ol South Shore Temple. Chicago, HI Rabbi Seiner will assume his new duties m the early part of 1963 At present, he is assistant spiritual leader ol Central Synagogue in New York City. A native Cincinnati, he was graduate from %  he University Ol Cincinnati in 1955. and on ained al the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute ot K. ligion in 1959. His first pulpit rempie Israel Memphis, l'enn as assistant rabbi. A veteran Of the Unite.I StateArmy, he served during the Korean t as a < haplain's assistant in he European theatre of operations p .abbi Seltzer has appeared on the ABC radio network program, Message of Israel," and on broadcasts over WCBS and WNBC in New York. His literary efforts have been published in such leading m as i s New and World R< port and the Journal oi the Central feri : i c ol \n i 11< an Rabbi* He imarried to I i> former Michelle Seligson, i i New York ( ily Her lather is the li. V T Di \ id .1. Seligson seni. r i abbi ol iral Synagogue, Ne t York City. Decorator Heard At Sisterhood Mrs Murray Kaye presided at a meeting of the Coral Way Jewish tenter Sisterhood last Thursday evening. Guest speaker. George Vilela, interior decorator at Burdine's Dadeland, was introduce.1 by Mrs mon Lanster. A member of the American Assii o! Intel %  r D eco r a tors Vilela i>< issed color and furniture -•> ling. Students at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami donate cartons of clothing lo be sent to schools in Jerusalem, Israel. Hebrew Academy principal, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross was asked by school leaders to send clothes during his recent three-month visit ihere. Fust shipment includes 150 dresses, 75 shuts, 60 pairs of pants, and 100 pairs of shoes. The clothing will be distributed to Algerian refugee children. Sorlinq the clothes are Rabbi Gross. G.la Be, ger seventh grade student, and Dorothy Goldstein, ninth grade. KABBI SANFORD SflTZfR Art Director to Talk ch.ii chapter, B'nai B'nth Worn%  ill have an line Shu Friday evening in thf community m of the Washington Federal S i ings and Loan Assn. (. test iker will be Yuriia Mann di rector ol the Jerusalem Art Insti tl of Isi Warren Urges Ethics Counselors As Central Need By Special Report \i:w YORK Chief Justice Warren last week advocated the developn ol | rofi ssi mal "conn selorin ethics" and stressed thai a pre ran ol this nature u irgenl m i in out I imes Terming cthii law beyond the law," the Justice declared thai thi m ethics should havi : %  lation to int. i beyond the law." thai thi has to conduct that I• rt to court rev iew "The developments of this centory indicate that this need is no fantasy at all," Chief Justice War ren said. "Until this century, th* world had never heard of marriage counselors or of psychoanalysts. Yet the value ot each calling has been demonstrated. The search for ethics has been pursued since ancient times Is it not obvious that all of us need ethics counselors?" The Chief Justice addressi guests at the Louis Marshall dinner given In his honor a; the Americana hotel by the .1 t Thoo.ii.iogic.il Seminary of America The dinner culminated I da) of Seminary activity in the eminent jurist partn 1 luri lornw a la took part in a study si the Seminary, where hi bers ol the Seminary fat faculty, rabbis and lay is discussed moral dilemmas in our time. At the dinner. Dr LornI stem, chancellor of the Seminary, onferred the Louis Mai '•rial Medal upon former I S %  %  Herbert II Lehman and six other prominent Jewish leaders lor their "continuing effort to further the spiritual, cultural and oi the Jewish commut I hope JT Grantinm, likes i*rK flowers % Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL MIAMI '. : •' I il IVI 11 •' %  •• CIMtH.si v., MO 1-7693 )



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I ::ge 14-A •P |rV#nwltM*M"i Friday, November 23. 1962 Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINDLIN Recalling the Beliefs That are Integral to Judaism '-'E ART OF BEING A JEW. By Rabbi Morris N. Kertzor. 247 pp. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 2231 W. 110th st. $3.95. nABBI MORRIS KERTZERS new book should vie Ul •* popularity with his earlier best-seller, 'What Is a v?" Like the book reviewed here last week, this one also vital with concepts ol Judaism, beautiful and variHere, however, they are distilled with less apparent phasis on their written sources — although the scholarp is there, all right, underlying every thought like a • i ol rock, and lest one think that's a casual simile, one • only to remember that, as the man said, it's hard be a Jew Rabbi Kertzer would modify that by adding, "It's rd to be a good Jew." For. he has said, "li a Jew is to resenl m ire than an accident ol birth, his life must be infused with a meaning and purpose and cultivated into a way ot life." Further, "A good J< i cannot be ignorant and religious .it the same tine:" Judaism's an swer to the fearful faith of the primitive, the blind love ol the illiterate ia resounding "No!" And thi-. I think, is one of the greatest values of the "easy, popular" hooks on Judaism like this ono. and one of the reasons why their denigration bj the scholars is often unfair: because if one has neither time, training, inclination or — let's lace it — intellect to immerse oneself in the sources, one can at least dip into a nook like this one. and come awaj with richness Rabbi Korizer. spiritual leader of the Larchmont Temple, censures the synagogues for failing "wretch in articulating the creel ei the modem Jew, and the tremendous moral demands and sacrifices which Judaism makes on modern man." No less easy i> he on Jewish inCapitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Integration into American Political Life Was! THE DAY is passing when an Amen' can Je elected or appointed to a •" deral post lnewsworthy merely be-c he is Jew. Jewish integration in An erican poll >1 and public hie has reached a point| ere being Jewish is no longer a major ndicap. Indeed, there are today fat I re Jews ii important appointive posts' Washington than the number of Jews in the general ulation would indicate. The percentage >t Jews in Congress is approximateequivalem to the number ol Jewin America. Nine S hav • jusl be re-elected to the House along with Between You and Me: B y BORIS SM01AR Inside Israel Today |fj IF YOU ARE one of the trusted Americans interested in Israel, le Israel Government will take on to places in the country not lien even to Israelis. This, in orer to ^ ve you an inside look into vhat the basic problems of the rj are and what the Government is ill) doing about them, lay. I has thri basic prob'1 hey are security, water development and immigration, other problems are practically nonxistent as compared with these Economii Hfe in the < trj is proceeding nor.1 c i V:ii ri< ir todaj ino longer somi in Is !' makes no difference %  r lo the ston inether you pay him :n dollars or m Israeli po in :< The dollar is now three Israeli pound-, and taxi driver tells ,-ou that he does not < n ether you pay him in dollar.-. n ino black maret to laj in Israel on v.-rrencj There Is an i in the c mtrj. an %  lat is mor< mportanl -there is no ui • bo n employed by lew irers ais the %  to laj. One can find Arab workers even in K m aii i in Je\ oran e grove • %  in thi < nrj • and in e even r up in An style on Allenby >trc %  • : Yehuda Streel Talk i! being heard f the need to import la bo: ers from Italy and ( v prus, Scarcity .felt not only in qi ilified workers, but Iso in laborers who do "dirty work" in the huildti ind on the farms. People have money to spend, and they Spend il freely—so freely that the Government, fearing too much currency in circulation, Is conducting a serious campaign to induce the population to put more money in Savings banks. Thidoes not mean that Israel has no poor and underpaid people. Most underpaid are those in Government service Sufficient •o say that a general in the I-raeli Army istill being paid today less than £00 a month Teachers, ludges. white collar workers in Government offices eep on complaining that they cannot make ends rheet. and this is the truth. However, in general, one does not hear much complaining today in Israel, and. despite his policy of imposing heavy taxes. Israel's Finance Minister Levi shkol is today perhaps i 1 '" most n "" person in the country, next lo Premier Ben-Gurion. You visit a well-camouflaged Israeli military airfield—the entrance to whicii IS u. i ed I fore you reach it—and you get the feeling that Israel is well protected. You see a'r maneuvers, in w.lich •he very latest types of military planes participate, and you know that the guardian of Israel does not -lumber. You inspect the various types of plane-, and although you are not expert, you get a clear picture from the explanations given to you, that Nasser will have to think more than twice before he will decide to engage in a war with Israel. two Senators A third Jew gained a Senate seat from a state. Connecticut, which never before elected a Jewish Senator Jew.abound in top jobin scientific agencies concerned with space research and defense, the Agency for International Development, Alliance t"i" Progress, Peace coip-. ami such departments aLabor. Commerce, Treasury. Justice, Interior Health, ducation ad Welfare ptc. Jews -nve on thi' White House staff and the most sensitive desks of the Central Intelligency Agency. The majority ot Jews in high places state that their religion played no role, pro or con. in their government careers. They feel it old-fashioned to list names of Jews in various positions, terming thia "ghetto mentality." Some European kings and czars were considered liberal because a favored tew •Court Jew-" were permitted in the royal presence Even in American history. Jewacclaimed Abraham Lincoln, not jusl for his humanitarianism, but because he retained a Jewish foot doctor to manicure his corns To the "New Frontiersman" of Jewish faith, it suggests an intolerable inferiority complex and antiquated insecurity to publish a photo, for instance, of the President shaking hands with a Jewish scientist merely because a Jewish newspaper iseeking a Jewish aspect If the scientist were also a leader oi Jewish organizations or a learned religious scholar, such a photo would he understand able. Hut when the scientist's colleagues know the man aan atheist who couldn't care less about Israel, I >e> are dismayed to sic it portrayed as a "Jewish" event. Jews are proud that the Talmudic tradition.of Jewish learning might have enabled men like Bran leis, Car dozo. Frankfurter, and Goldberg to serve with distinction on thi' Supreme Court. Hut there were some rumblings when one Jew. Frankfurter, retired, and hiseat went mother, Goldberg To some, thiwas remirrtsi i •' Ihe old quota system ol medical schools When one Jewish student raduated, another was admitted to fill the "Jewish" vacancy. Ultra-liberals in the New Frontier I b> the appointment of Goldberg .>an individual but %  they would be distressed it. upon erg's retirement, the seat went to another Jew, ever, President Kenned] obviouslj. held no quota philosophy. This was apparent when ho appointed Jews simultaneously to hiCabinet for the (irsl time in history Thej were Goldberg and Ribicoff. He replaced them with non-Jews. unt made here is that election oi Jewish Individuals to Congress ii."t i > ci ssarily al *aj "good for the .< %  \" Some nt the Jews from districts with many noni; constituents fear that pro-Israel, civil rights, or church-state .-landmight spotlight them as Jewish prolives. Consequently, undue inhibitions result. \' has been said thai one Jewish Congressman, who prefers not to he publicized as a partisan of Israel, actually does less lor Jewish causes than would a non-Jew occupying the same -eat. tellectuals "lost" to the faith becau e the> have ri htly \i ilv childish notions with which they enterei i bul have not bothered to replace tnein with the mature version Vnd he is scathing in his discussion cv "miner sirs." the slight daily infractions winch little by little corrode the character the C; remark which shaves a little from someone's reputation, th %  logical" dissection of motives which n.'as virtue d drains joy from life. It inot that the book tells you what t> think Jew would stand for that. Bui it recalls the attitudes and beliefs which are an integral part el Juda -'n, and it goes on to appl) them in certain instani topical, some ancient On the basic demand ol our God, for instance. Do Justice, Rabbi Kertzer's cemm into many area*, one of which iAmerica's laggard t.ee for her Negroes. "How ion"." he asks turns* • thinkin | ot the forbearance ol Martin Luther Kinc, and leaders like him. "could I continue to see the child; %  i love turned away from the swings and the see i -chooland the libraries, the parks aid the hospital taxes helped to pav for'.'" One does not have to .!• w to think in these terms: but if one ia Jew ;, T a | Jew who livehiJudaism — one can think in ro terms 'liiat ione id the gifts of this book, and ol b like this i Panorcma: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Eleanor Roosevelt ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, it M !" to mi', would have been a great woman it -he had not been the wife if a President, if her name had lever appeared in a newspaper, I 10 one had ever heard of her She was great because she had great heart. I know of a humble idcli-h writer, a refugee Ironi a oncentration camp. He wrote a ...experiences in a concentration camp It Is a truly moving story, but it was obvious it would make no great dent But it touched the heart oi Mrs Roosevell and she sat down and wrote a pr face lor it She was always doing things like that lor humble people, always lending a helping hand to anyone who needed help. I am reminded of the similar case of Einstein He would make Ins rounds li.it in band to the Jew pr at Prim eton, th Jev I-M tnr ceii the Jewish peddler asking for donations for the refu i i >ing to Palestine. He never turned awaj from his door. What igreatness? He who gives charity in secret, says the Talmud, is greater even than Moses %  ii II may be that one can be great without doing se things, but I wonder Maybe the others Would not the true greatness be rt rted In the reaction to the so-called smalli of 1 if( Others are not looking on. when we A our real seh MrRoi evelt's sensitivity for the fi i th'" OUI in another case of which I havi heard ab >ut The first Mrs, Morgenthau, also 1 her closest friend No den!'Mrs %  in Israel was -purred to an c\ • by this friendship Mr Morgenthau, it will be :' ..for a number of years, the of thi i rael Boi I Organization. When F.D.R oied. Air-. Roosevelt immediately phoned \\: tithau "Ihe President has died It will soon be on ihe radio, but I think it would be le-ol ick to \ii. Morgenthau, if you broke the news to her." r when Mrs. Morgenthau died. Mrs. Koo.-o veil was the only speaker at the funeral servicei Temple Emanu-El. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Thorny Road of Debate at the United Nations United Nations* THIS DEPARTMENT RECENTLY quoted from a statement by Dr. Johr. II Davis, commissioner-general of the United Relief and WorkAgency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, which: indicated—to this writer's thinking—an I amount of pro-Arab bias. Now one goes j. to the source—Kgypt itself. The Egyptian Gazette, a Cairo mouth-1 piece for Nasser, carried an editorial on certain proposals considered toward solution of the Arab refugee problem by Dr. Joseph Johnson The latter, a prom i iean ihe is head of Ihe Carnegie Endowment for International Peace i has been trying for two years, at the re


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Page 12-B *.kUtiflericf*M Friday, November 23, 1962 '/Wf AM DEDICATION ON TELEVISION Japanese Artist to Entertain at JNF Welcome Home' for Caravan Leaders First grade students of Temple Menorah's retheir teachers. Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. Mrs. liqious school who were consecrated durirg Irving Rotman, and Mrs. Yuval Kachioff. services on Saturday morning are shown with Consecration at Temple Menorah "The study ol Torah is above all < Is ..the motto of the i sceration ceremony al Temple Menorah's Sabbath morning ser\ ices on Saturday ;ii :i a m. Sixtj children who have enter 'd I i si i .i-U' at Temple Menoi r< ligious school wi re con i crat ( in a ceremony conducted b) Rabbi Mayer Abramou itz Maurice Revitz, pri sident. greet o lerman, Ta] lin. Neil I II Todd, Rob Weiner, I Wcin, v II u illn 'i ..: Bru( i York Co-chairmen of the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center are (left to right) Sharla Rohan. Miami Branch; Jeffrey Blum, Beach Branch; and Sharon Gloger, North County Branch. Eteach School Sets Conference i" pic Emai Foui Sch "'I part nl teachoi Day has bei n sc! Moi day .it the Not B auch I '-"••• • :-: Dicki Parents of the first and s le pupils will have an • %  • • i>to meet Mrs Ruth B< r er, gem ral stu lies teacher and M i • Fas Feinstein, H< bi e studi • instructor! and discuss the children's progress and de\ el pment. Morris Tarasow %  lu< ati< r r i tor ol Temple Emanu-El r< lig icus schools, will i available to confer with p Foundation School v rk i I ac tivity 'Teen Reaction 1 To be Theme "Teens React to a World in Crisis" will be the theme of the ninth annual teen-age conclave sponsored by the Creatcr Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Donald LaBclle, conclave coordinator The annual event will take place i n Sunday. Dec 9. at the Dupont Plaza hotel, and will bring together over :IIRI delegates from 30 teenclubs sponsored by the Center • three different branch locations. irmen for this an Sharla Rohan, iron Gloger, North j Bi at Under their loadRabbi April to Speak Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will honor Jewish Book Month on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at a regular Sisterhood meeting. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of Beth Emeth. who will review "The Dilemma of the .Modern Jew," by Joachim Prinz. Leon I I'd president of the Jew sh National Fund Council 0 Greater Miami, announced thi veek. that a "Welcome Home' meeting of the JNF Council wi' ie held tor members of the "M \mi Dedication" pilgrimage or Vednesday at the Fontainebleai Motel. A detailed report of the honors ind recognition accorded the Jew ish community of Greater Miam ,md its representatives, who par ticipated in the dedication of Mi inn's latest project 111 Israel, will be given by caravan leaders. "Tickets are going very fast," said R3bbi Mayer Abramowiti, president cf the Jewish National Funt* Southeast Region, "for the Me Ami dedication banquet on Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau hotel, which will culminate the dedication ceremonies and festivities held in Israel recently." Plans for this function arc ,1! nosl completed, and reservations vill be available at next Wedncs lay evening's meeting, said Rabbi \hramow itz. Program of international music will be presented at the Wednesday meeting by the talented young Japanese artist, Asako Tomita, accompanied by the concert nianist. Esther Barrett. Miss Tomita, before coming to this country five years ago. appeared in opera and concert in Tokyo. She has been heard in "Tosca" and "Rigoletto" with the Miami Opera Guild and appeared as Lady Thiang in "The King and I The meeting is open, without charge, to friends of Jewish NaASAKO TOmiA tienal Fund in the commun Meanwhile. Ell announce., the story of the Me Ami pilgrim age and dedication will be on an NBC nationwide h over the Hugh Down's program on Friday morning from 7 30 to 9 a.m. Golden Ring Club To Salute Israel Miami Reach Golden Ring Club No. 2 will salute the 15th anniversary of the historic I'nited Nations resolution authorizing the creation of the State of-Israel on So\ 29 with a concert at the Shelborne hotel. Announcement was made bj Jacob Richman, chairman, and Max B. Cohen, director of the senior trshin ram is now being decitizens organization. Fundrealized from the concert I, including a luncheon, hich will feature a keynote -peak I .1 full afternoon of n groups, followed by a V and dance. distalBeach Studies UF Campaign 52 Assn. Dance Saturday Night riie 52 \--r. "i Gn ater Miami iI annual Thanksgiving rid -how on £ iturdi 9 p ni in the Club M irocco 1 •1. Resei are Miss V tty Fleischer and Mrs. Hem fi Id All funds will go to the 1 cation's project which bringent rtainment to the veterans al the V A ho-piT.il in Coral Gables, and financial aid to the families veterans Menorah Chapter Brunch Unite 1 Fund volunteers on Mii.n'.i Beach attended a report meeting on the 1962 fall campiagn Friday, 12:15 p.m.. at the DiLido hotel, [n keeping with United Fund policy, contributed money is not used to defray the cost of luncheon and dinner meetings, and Chase Federal Savings and Loan A--11. was corporate sponsor for the meeting. North Miami Beach section, under tin' lea lership of Geor ••• M Valentine and Mrs. R Poppiti, reported %  Ernes) Janis .1 lies S Raw ling-, chair men for Miami Beach. South, held %  ; rt mi eting al Miami Beach an I Loan Assn t'nited Fund's 1962 fall campaign of which 11 pern nt hi alri ad) been attained. • We know thai wi can depend on the citizens of Miami Beach to hi Ip us they of the '' r0 *isly supported us in the past," said Charles L Clements, jr Miami Beach Division chairman. The campaign, which ends Dec. 13, supports the programs of 39 welfare and characterwill go toward the community.wide campaign of the new medical ten ter in Beersheba, Israel, co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Business and Professional Council for Kupat Ilolini-Histadrut. Mrs. Rose Berek and Sam Cohen, vice chairman of the group -aid a S5.000 med'cal equipment quota has been undertaken by the Golden Ring organization. The concert will star Michl Gibscn, dean of the Yiddish Theater, and Carol Donn, Radio City Music Hall soloist. The two teamed at the recent 10th anniversary conference of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. David Goodman has been named chairman ol the arrangements committee with Mrs. David Cohen, s< cretary, J. Z Stadlan, president of the Israel Histadrul Committee of Greater Miami, praised members ol Golden Ring Club No. 2 tor taking the leadership in this project." Principal speaker will be Mi< ha< Sossin, head of the Coronet and Blackstone hotels here "Blessing the Wine" ceremony is taught the you:, nursery class at Temple Emanu-El religious school teacher, Mrs. Edith Kutz, supervises the rites, with Aranow and Randi Shenkel standing) olficiatMig. and right) Eitan Yanich, Michael Brooks and Thomas (seated). Memberhrme-a member brunch WSJ held last Thurlay by Menorah chapter. B nat B'ritb Women, at building agencies. Slogan is "Help charge of the evening fs Miss' Fan1 nie Levitt, eye bank chairman. Eye Bank to Benefit Chaim Weizmann group ol Had. -ah win have a spaghetti dinner on Sunday, Dec. 9. 5 p.m in the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 \W No. River dr. Funds raised will go to the club's eye bank project. In noon, in the Bel Ain hotel. Them All All at Once." Mrs. Jean C. (Frances) Lehman (center) wa at a recent meeting of the Evening Division oi National Co cil of Jewish Women. Looking on are Mrs. Mori nick (left), president of Evening Division; c..:: Cristol (riqht). division program chairman. M column. "We the Women." appears regular. h J* Floridian. Evening Division meets the hist V.'ednd every month at the Pancake House, 866 Ponce it Leon at 8:15 p.m. A. ;-y Lehro



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Friday, November 23. 1962 + kwM FkrrMtor) Page 7-A Lipton to be Feted at Bond Dinner 9. Continued from Page 1-A the community and the State of Israel. For many years, he has had a vital role in civic and philanthropic efforts on a national and local level, as well as on behalf of the Slate of Israel. President of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., one of the largest in the United States, Lipton has been a prominent figure in the growth of Greater Miami. Presi ent of Temple F.manu-F.l and a patron of the Dade County Outstanding Citizens Awards, he was made an honorary "Outstanding Citizen" Here hist April He is trustee and secretary of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and serves on the Citizen's Committee of the University ot Miami. Las) month, Dr Henry King JOSSPH UPTON Israel Bon^ honoroe nglf DAYS Of NIGOIIATIONS Goldmann Hits Bonn Failure To Deal With Restitution ABBA EBAN RAISES ISRAEL'S FLAG AT UN MAY 12, 1949. 'A VOICE OF RARE ElOOUMV Eban's Special Significance "As Ben-Gurion has been the spirit of Israel, so Abba F.ban lias been it-voici It is a voice of rare eloquence This was noted America:scholar 1'rof. Henry Steele Commager's assessment of him when the Israeli diplomat was his government's Ambassador to the United States and United Nations. Mr. Eban first achieved worldwide prominence when he served as official liaison between the Jewish community of Palesline and the United Nations committees which deliberated the Palestine problem in Geneva and at Lake Success In 1949, as the youngest international spokesman at the UN, he presented Israel's position at the General Assembl) session which voted to admit Israel a* a member of the United Nations. of special significance has been Mr. Eban's role as Israel's spokesman to the Jewish communities of the United States. He has helped creati luring links between American .lews and the people of Israel. From the very beginning ol the Israel Bond program, he has been one of its most ardent advocates. As Israel'^ Minister of Education and Culture today, his voice is Still heard among Jewish communities everywhere. SHERATON SHERATON-KINGSTON HOTEL Business is a pleasure here in lively Kingston! %  All air-conditioned SI Balconied guest rooms %  Garden swimming pool %  Family Plan %  Confirmed room-and-ratc reservations. Just call your travel agent or nearest Sheraton Hotel %  Single rooms from Si3.5Q.aintVliamica£&' MjGUST BROS Ry e ft la the BEST' — Book Program At Beth Torah "The Changing Image of the Jew in Modern Fiction" will be trie theme of a panel discussion Monday evening at Beth Torah Congrei gaiion as part of Jewish Book Month, observed throughout the United States from Nov. 16 to Dec. 16. The meeting is sponsored jointly by the Men's Club and PTA of the synagogue and the Bureau f Jewish Education. Panelists are Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, and Hilary Mindfin, book review editor, with Mrs. Maurice Lasxlo as moderator. Works to be discussed include %  T he Enemy Camp," by Jerome Weidman, "Marjorie Mori by Herman Wouk, "Goodb> Col imbus," by Phillip Roth, "Exodus." by Leon Uris, "Joseph and His Brothers," bj Thomas Mam and in-. ," bj .Klines Joy< e, A display of current Jewish fiction will be arranged bj Mrs. \ r ain Kaufman, PTA program chairman, Leroj Levy. \Uu Club program chairman, and Herbert Bi n er, associate director of the Bureau oi Jewish Education. Befh David USY Party Beth David United Synagogue Youth held a party on Sunday, in the Beth David Youth Lounge. Continued from Page 1-A and could not apply. Dr. Goldmann declared that there was increasing uneasiness amonq many thousands of victims of Nazism waiting to benefit from the reeded changes in the law and he hinted at the possibility of public demonstrations against the lag. lie said that while he bad much understanding lor the fiscal considerations, the requested legislation would not increase current expenditures for restitution and compi nsation but would at best only bring an extension of the deadline for filing claims by several years. lie emphasized that such legislation from its inception had been based on the principal that, as a moral obligation of the new Germany, it had priority over all normal obligations both of the federal and state governments. He cited a statement by Finance Minister Heinz Starke in the West German Parliament on the country's 1963 federal budget to the effect that the Federal Government regarded final legislation on indemnification as a debt of honor Oil the part of the Germans. Dr. Heinz Starke. West German Finance Minister, told the Parliament this week he hoped that a bill would be submitted "in the next few months" lo make possible compensation payments for claimants still not covered. He reiterated that the Federal Government considered such action "a debt of honor" on the part of tlie German people. Reviewing the ten years since the West German Government had signed agreements with Israel for reparations and with the Confer ence on Material Claims Against Germany for compensation. Dr. Starke said that so far some 20 billion marks iS5 billion' had been pi : and that another 8 billion marks (P2 billion) to 10 billion marks ($2.5 billion) remained to be paid. B'nai B'rith made known this week it had appealed.to German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who was visiting Washington, for his "personal attention" to correcting "inequities" in West German indemnification payments. President Label A. Katz. of B'nai B'rith, also asked Chancellor Adenauer to intervene to expedite a restitution of SI .250.000 due B'nai B'rith. Mr. Katz pointed out that the Germans had only paid one half of a settlement sum reached in May. 1959. The restitution covered B'nai B'rith assets and property confiscated by the Nazis. In urging revisions in the indent nification law, Mr. Katz said major Jewish organizations have pointed out to West German officials that technicalities in the existing laws have denied thousands il victims the right to claim com pensation to which they are morally entitled. Stafford, president of the University of Miami, announced that Lipton is among the civic and cultural leaders who have been ranied to the board of selections for "Men of Letters. Arts and Science of Florida" with distinct contributions to the cultural life of Israel. His most recent trip to Israel took place in October. 1960. as a member of a Study Mission. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, with the degree of Bachelor of Science in economics, Liotcn has been prominently identified with real estate activity and insurance, as well as banking, and is one of the founders of Dac'e Federal Savings and Loan Assn. He has served in the Dade county chapter ot the American Red Cross as treasurer, and in 1951 was %  ueneral chairman of the Dade county fund drive In 1961, he was chairman of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Among other organizations in which he is an active leader are the American Legion, Kiwanis Club. Ancient Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Scottish liight Temple and Mahi Temple, and the YMHA. Samuel Frie Hand, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization and honorary president ot Temple Kmanu El, revealed that as a token of esteem, a Book of Honor, including tributes from inizations, friends, and community leader-, will be presented to Lipton at the dinner. 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-age 10-A +Je*ist> Her Mian Friday, November 23, 1962 Tony Martin to Spark Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee Ballon Dec. 15 (• Mt Sinai Hospital's Jubilee 3all. to be held at the Diplomat lotel on Saturday evening, Dec 15. "ill feature two spectacular lighlights, according to chairman, 3en Kline i ie first is the appearance of Tony Martin, who will fly to Mi Mli Beach with a package show o honor Mt Sinai Hospital. The >eeond will be a prize of an %  Around the World" trip for two o be awarded to a lucky "atendee." Kline, trustee and founder of Mt. Sinai, said that the Jubilee 3all will commemorate for the no: Sam Gertner. executive director of Mt. Sinai, and to I. Gerald Lewis, president, and M;-x approves details for the hospital's Jubilee Ball Orovitz, chairman of the hospital's board, as Ben Kline (second from left) reports to him S0CIAUU5 fXPtCTtD TURNING OUT IN FORC E Prominent Miamians Making Reservations T • following are among those Leo A Chaikin, Mr and Mrs io have already made table eservations :*>r the Jubilee Ball Mr and Mrs Leonard Abess. \| and Mrs. Sidney I) .V \lr and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr and \Ir-. William Brenner. Mr. and kirs. Benjamin Bronston. Mr. and .Irs Arthur Burrell, Mr. and Mis Max V Cogen, Mr and Mrs Edward I. Cowen, Mr and Mrs A C Fine. Dr. and Mis Stanley Frehling. Mr. and Mrs Samuel land, Mr and Mrs Mae Cache. Mr. and Mrs Louis A Glasser, Dr and Mrs Sol B, Gold Jubilee Week Calendar of Events Anniversary Week at Mt Sinai will be celebrated Dee !> through 15. and will include the following activitiesMonday noon: Special Luncheon and Tour tor representatives of the Press Evening: Founders' Club Stag Dinner Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Open House Tour'for the puhhc conducted by the Tour lommittee ol the WomenAuxiliary, with refreshments to follow. Wedresday: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Brunch for at! members ol the Medical Staff. Dental staff, and Mouse Statt. with nurfling supervisors and head nurses aSD< t :.,i Jin -' Thursday: I%  .in the Cafeteria for all employees Friday: > %  '•:,:,! tray greetings tor all patients under the aus thi Favor Committee ol the Auxiliary. Saturday, 7:00 p.m.: Jubilee Ball at the Diplomat Hotel In tioi special lettci I thanks to ..il volunteers from J. Gerald L' cf thi hospital, and from the hoard ol trustees a :<: letter ns and groups m the community have bi en included in tlr.s week-long celebration. man. Mr and MrSam A GoldStein, Mr and Mrs. Paul I! Cordon. Mr and Mrs. Nathan S Gutnenick, Mr and Mr.Louis Harris, Mr, and Mis S .! Hemian. Mr anil MrErnes) Jants Mi' and Mrs Aaron Kanncr. Dr and Mrs Sherman it Kaplan. Mr and Mrs.Benjamin <; Kline, Mr and Mrs Mick] Kraus, MrInez Krensky, Mr. and Mrs Sam t' Levenson, Dr. and Mrs. Yale l.e\ lllsoll Mr. .1 Gerald Lewis, Dr and Mrs Alexander Libow, Mr. an.I Mrs. George Light, Mr and Mrs. Joseph M Lipton. Mr and Mrs. Leon Lowenstein, Mr. and MrWilliam B MacDonald, Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. Leon II Manheimer. Mr ar.d Mrs Alex G. Manson. Mr and Mrs .1 N McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer. Mr. and Mrs A. J. Molasky. Mr. and Mrs Robert Moll. Mr' and Mrs Max Orovitz. Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Porter. Mr and Mrs Joseph M Hose. Mr and Mrs, Sam H. Rogt, Mr. and Mrs Dan B. Ruskin. Mr and Mrs. Max Schlossberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shcr. Mr. and MrSaul Silberman, Mr. and Mrs William D. Singer. Mr. and Mrs John Serlnn. Mr and Mrs. Joseph R Stein. Mr and Mrs Irving Tillis. Dr. and Mrs. .lack Widrich. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A Won 'Some of the members of the advisory commitLewis, Max Orovitz, Jose Reyes, Mrs. Leonard ee at last v.eek's Jubilee Eall meeting for Mt. Wien, David Phillips, Micky Kraus. Standing Sinai Hospital are seated (around table begin(left to riaht are Dr. Leon Manheimer, Mrs. ina left) Ernest lanis, Mrs. Cail Wemkle, Leo Inez Krensky, Mrs. Lester Russin, and Dr. Rus'.'haikin, Sam Gertner, Ben Kline. J. Gerald sin. Benjamin G. Kline, trustee and founder of Mt. 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Friday. November 23. 1962 pJenist: fkrkKOun Page 'ib-P LEGAL NOTICE — I IN If L I I NOTICE PY PUBLICATION TH* C RCU'T COURT OF THE ,V N ^H 'UD'f'lL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE rniJNTV IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12256 ,.,,:-T I. vii-.KZ.w i.li.ii:. i m II I s iIRAN U'STIN T\\ EILFR, i '.itii.mi SUIT FOR DIVORCE V RLKN %  %  JEAN Al'BTlN i-"'\ I"! l-1i Third Sr. • 1 Bar klahon •• ni i. i: A II • Mi rs%  -. i ri< 'l that a Hill I fur I ilvnrce ha* hei n .111"^ %  "''. '"''i > ou are "'" EY HZNRY LEONARD 6?;KDER L V.li>V.,lllll^v' %  I, .,, .,ii %  fop) of your Ariel ., linn in Hi, Bill m C m,, n ill, I" i Inl ff"s ntti MI. v. r -pj It FKRDIR, K-i 178! .,... MI • • Ulnnil i' [Inal An -" %  • %  I ,,; %  he i-i. i he Clerk ol ,: i 'oui i nn i r hefor< thi v ,.i 11. .-. mber, 1962 If ] "ii ,i,, %  .. Jivtlu in. n: b) d< fault taken agalnsl you for thi n an led in ihi Bill of Comnlalnt notice sli.ill !"• published once ,.k for four • "ii-i cutlve weeks K JEWISH H.oRII>IAN • AM' ORDERED nl Miami, • in this 13th day of November, %  i: it l BATHKRMAN. Clerk. t Court, I >:i le Coiin'v, I'..rlda By i" P COPELAND Demit) I'lerk v -I.KK |{ FKRDIE %  u i st Flagler Street I Ida ll 16-2 1-30, 12 7 N TH C C RCP'T COURT OF THE (LTVFNTH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. >N CHANCERY, No 62C 11787 \H KI: A i ;i •' 'i 'MAN, in iff. vs. • tvi\ ISi '• IVITZ, %  Miaul NOT'CE OF SUIT K.N IAMIN ISI "I IV1TZ • i. i i n : ...' I Miami, Florida : N JAM IN !>• '< IVITZ I'd | ..-, % %  %  iml I. Florida \i i: in % %  %  Kl v \> i riKIl i • that : hs I.. %  •• •' .i. nt' > "ii TIIKMIH IRK \ i ; .VAN', to :. %  -..i mortcaai on that .•• %  Main %  ly more pan l< ilai > dcsci Ihed .... t'l.n "A" Ion HIS"' \ VNK OARi i!'\s i Inn % % % %  il" plat there. rdi • in Plal lb>k i '. 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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBL'CAT ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 67X 2283 RODNEY Mil.I.KK. V9 MARY I. Mil.I.KK. I 'i fi ndant. SU.T FOR D'VORCE Tl MMIV I. Ml II. IK \.|.iti -s unkn Y i, M \ K v I. Mil IKK. ni in notified 'ii it itill nf i'. for IHvorci has • %  • • n Bled \ou, .I"'.I you .! %  i %  i red t LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. 57568 C IN RK: Kstate %  •! HELEN Ll'KACSY Vai.BANI'la'.IIK.M. |.. ,-..iI NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor* and All Persona Havi e Claims oi Demanda Agalnat Said You are hereby notified and required to prt-sent any elabna and di mantis which you may hive against ihe stati of Helen Lukacay Vani. ,ii,i. i>. n dec* aae I la le of i (ade nerve I Coum Florida, to ihe Count) Judg— hi a ip> of ><.'! %  Anal • the Bill ul '' implaini iff s Attoim -. VNCRI. \insi... 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Negrettl, Mti-1 1 i" ngri ss Bids., 1 ll N I? 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida "n m 17th day of l>. .-• mber, ll/K-23-30 1-7 • omi i I will bi taken as nnfi ssed iMSTAVK • i.MKK VAN I.ANl'Ki'.lli:.M Administrator AI.Nid.LK R BKROIE, Attorney 7-J w • -I Fliigli % %  Street Mi ,, rli rl I.I 1! 9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No E7519-B IN RE Estate of JOHN A. MALM, also known as .M 'UN A. MALM, .lit I •. a -.il NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cred tor* and Al) Persons Having i'i.ii,.i.s or Demands. Against Said Estati you are hereby notified and rei|ul >••! I-pr. -. HI mil claims and deids which ."ii nut) have against I the .-i.it. of JOHN A MALM, also wn av JOHN \ MALM, JR., deceased late of 1':ti. sfrlnR t< mill, i tii, ii. lii lolls nami of i "i ii.i IX V %  '•! Kl' al 7 HI-7I" South Blxle Highuav. Coral Babies, l-l... %  ni,.mli" register said name with the i "le k ol 1 1" Circuit "ourt "t I lade '"tun j. 1 lorlda. a' and s APARTMENTS, INC. i. Ii\ in;; Silvel I 'i • A. N. Si.lmi.-r. \*. Pri -. Talianoff, (Yaller and Lltman At tome S i ml .-: A|..ii ins, li.i\ I2u Lim in H Miami Ka. h 11 2-9-16-23 IN THE C'RCl IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11811 Till'. VVILLIAMSBl'Rlill SAYINOS BANK, Pla ill WILLIAM .!• iRPAN and EDITH II JtlRDAN his wife JOHN C OIBSON tilBM iN his wife, if married, .,,,,, IJKI IRBK J KRZYZANIAK at i! Kli/.Y/. VNI \l< Ids wife, if nuir„ d, .11 AN I \Y\i' and .MAN A I AY \T IdWlfl I lefenda nt NOTICE OF SUIT Ti • ,H IHN "' OIBSON and OIBBON ii-wife, if married, It ESI PENCE I'NKNOWN, and OEtiROKJ KRZTZANIAK and KRZYZANIAK ids n ife, if married, RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN ii.iii\.. and il dead, the unknown lu-lm devisers, granti e, assignees, In n,..-, eredltors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through, un%  i against an> "f the alan • %  11. in. I defi ndants li" are di i-i ••-• %  you are herebj notified that the nbove aptloned action lias been Instituted iigainsl you In the Circuit Courl of tin Eleventh Judicial ( Irl lorlda In and for I 'an. Coutiu i" fon > In lortgagi upon the ii.li.. Ing di -• Ihed real propi i ts I.,,i |.i, Bliak I". CUTLER RIDliE, SECTION FIVE, according to the I Ha, corded in Plat Book .:.i, in I'ns of tin Public Records "' i 'a"* County, i' ii Ida, toei ihi i iili Veni lian Blinds, Wi Ii.lli Oven -v i I.I • I'n't No •'" %  Vou uri i "i ilii'l to flh >our an, u .• I., pis ntlfi implalnt ith the OU rk "t the afo aid i 'o u t, and „„,.,, ., ,, pj iiu i. ..f upon p'alntlff .,>,,„ ii... MARTIN FINK. 14th Moor Bade Fedi ial Bldg Miami 32. l'i"'-. tdn ii.-t later than I • %  mln or a Decree Pro Confi sso ill i,. ou. II \ il'.l %  November 7. K It LEATHKRMAN Clerk "f the Circuit Court .... By: K. M LYMAN i>. puty Clerk MARTIN PINK Plalntlfl l Ith Flivor Badi Fedi ral Bldg. Miami 32, 1IOI Ida 11 9-16-23-30 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! V'Jenisli thjiradHair) solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 15. 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE In iiNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl-E ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT O r FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11803 SI sAN.NK UU1NN, Plalntlfff, \ s. i Al HI .-I A KAY QU1NN, I '. I. ndant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< >: AlMi STA K \^ %  yuiNN II r. 11 a Bella i -..< %  limn. I 'a llfornla You, AL'OL'bTA RAY QUINN I., i. i". notified that a Bill of '~'>n .•.inn for Divorce has been fill dgainsi you, und you are required -, in a copj "I your Answei or l'i.." ing t" the Bill "t Complaint "n tl IMalnttffs attorney, Herbert it. WI III BiKcaJ inBldg Miami Florida inl rih the original Answi or Pleading in the office of tinCl f the Circuit i '"iii-i "ti or before ti iiitli da) of Bei • m i" i. 196*. If ye fall to do so, Judgment liy defau. will intaken against you lor ti" r lief demanded In tin Bill of Con plaint. i i n. tice shall be published <•" each week for four consecutive in THE JEWISH I LOR1DIAN. I'uNK ANB UKDKKBD at Mian Fli -I. this I-I day m Novembi \ 11 i i6: K. K. LE VTHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, l'ad" County, Florid (seal) ll '1'' il'KKAM', liepui I "li rk HERBERT B. W1LENSKY Atl rue} for Plaintiff IK • 11 %  •6-2 i'. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I LKVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 62C 11231 .1 I K1SI.AK Mi 'RTOAOK IAT1I IN "I l-'l.i'KII'A. intlff, itT T KIN. isnritv HI, %  man I'. lendant. NOTICE OF SUIT .BERT T KINOSBCRY 111. ItBHIDENCt: UNKNOWN, and inkniiwit sji" "i" m ni i. d ami alive and if i he mis II .u n In i -. de\ Isees, -. assign* i, lli ni -. ci i dltot s, %  s. or other claimants claiming l>. thivugh, under .n agalnsl any ol ova named di featkints bo al i are hi n notified thai the aptlom d a. tton has bei n Inled against \..n in the I'mult "f the Eleventh Judicial drill if Florida In and toy I ia.de Counforoolooi a mortgagi upon the low Ing di -si rlbed real propi I l> IS, In Block 16 of CAROL CITY, Hc-ordlng tn th. Plat thereof, reded In Pint it.i.ik .7, al page to, of the Publli Records ol Dade iitv. Florida. lied t" file \mir nn• %  plalntlfl complaint with the %  s uf the afori aid Court, and i i "i ) Mi f upon plaintiff's rni > : MARTIN IIN E, ll'li Il""f IFederal Bldg Miami 2, PI"' l..t. ithan I "ei en i I". 1962 i iQcree I ru Confessu ^ di I"enagainst you BATED Ni .. mbi %  I 1962 K. i: LBA [-HERMAN Clark ol hi i 'trcull Court 1 '-all B. K M I.V MAN „ ily CU rk v Vlt i'lN PINI: Attorney for Plaintiff I-. di ral Bldg. "Ian i : da U/9-16-23-J0 I,,:,"" I !: l-.lll 18th da of Novi mber, I.EATHERM VN, Cli rk, ourt, I 'a-li'. "nt .. Floi .la Bi K \l YMA.N 1 '• put ll IN THE COUNTY j.'DCF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57; !" .B IN RE Estate "f HENRY W"l.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors an I Ml Persona Hay. %  ., in B or 1 %  % %  %  • 'I Vgalnst Said I'..-i.ii' Y"ii a. • i" ri b; %  Mod ind n ,ini-. ,i t" I-I %  %  and deii nils "id' h you II i) havi ailnst ,,„. ,...,•, of HENRY W'l.lde.... :.,;. ..I Bade C >untj I to i %  Count} Judt I P-" 1, '''•"iv, and file the samIn thi Ir offices p, t| %  Count) i' %  fane County, i lorlda, will In six ci months on thi -.' %  of th first lion hereol ame will be ban i d. ,, RI .-i: v\. ii.p EXI %  "ll .\ i: \ Y\1' 'Nl %  i Wi iLF, Vttoi ney • %  il sevl ild Building Ml "" ; I6-SS-30.12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni •' % %  !• K l> HEREBY OIVEN that .. in .i desiring t" engage In inisin,-undet thi fictitious names of In I : il..i. I, I.a Flora Apartmi nt* md La Flora Motel al 1238 Collins Miami Bi ach, Ilorlda Intend %  i.i in iili the Cli ,.f ii. cii-cult Courl of Dade County. ICdm -'^y Schwarti %  iusnle Schwarts, o nora HENRY \ KAMI' Vtto in for lil lol-.t Hotel il 16-23-30 12 7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 57582B IN RK i MARY A. 'U NN I I.-.-, a-, il. To All i editors and All I '• l.-i-n11:11Ins Claims 01 Demanda Against Said K-'-i •• you, ami each >•( you, are hereby notified and required t" present an) rialms ami demands which you, or either ni you, ma) have against the ..-•„,-. of MARY A. BI NN deceased late of BADE County, Florldu, t" the lliin.iral.lCount) .IUIIKI-S .-f Dade County, and file the sami In their offl, B in thi ''• %  mt) Courthousi In Pad. County, Kiinida. within six calendar iiiniiilis from the date "f the first publication hereof, said claims ,.r demands i" contain tht legs address "i Ihi claimant and t" be sworn t,. and presented as aforesaid, "t same will be batTed. Dated November .". A.P. l62. \V WINSTON BI'NN. SR As Executor of the 1-a-t Will and Testament ol MARY A. BI.NN d ased cation ..a November %  '. 1982. MAKVKN I. \\ IKNl.K VII..1 n. > for I'M %  itor ••; ; Music) Bldg., Miami 32, Kin. 11.ll NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ;ti ,. i signed, di -H Ing to engaa i the flctitli IUS nami %  %  li iki an l s.i ,ii i.'s Tayst at 11"." Washington Avenu Vila ml Beach intends m register -•• i, i in. s with tin Clerk of the Clrci oi 11 i, i -, in' \. Fli SAVER.N BAKERY '".MPANY KI.\'.NI:K and MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Sa> i rn Baki ry Pompar II L-s(-16-IN IN NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICB IS HEREBY HIVBN thai Ins to • ni bus i -.in.i.-! tin I THE BUI W I'K-.; %  7 N I St I North M ich, Iii'ti'i.i i ,,, registi i Id name a'ltn tne I thi Cln I ol l 1 "" Count), Floi Ida RYN \ .-Mill iNER %  ARO AN MONDAY l'i.I \S B" >REN for R) n i Sm dner and i arolyn Moi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11623 ODEL1A T. BAKER, i aintiff, \ .I.ii i Jl iSEPH BAKER, i •. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti l; LEO ." ISEPH BAKER ,. M s John S) [via p.. dai .-! %  • • t Newport, Rhode Island You. LEO JOSEPH BAKER, %  •• notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dl> oi • • has bei n flli i agalnsl you, and you are required to s. no a copy ol your Anawer or Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on .i i aintiff %  attorm %  STOLAR and MIVHNICK, 220-71*1 Street, Miami Beach 41, 1 "le the oric"ill. ndlng In the office the Circuit i "oui t on or 1.. fon thi 3rd da) ol Deci mbi i %  i ou fall to do so, Judgmi nl ,|. %  :• .. in h, tnki n against you I-, ;:, i di tnanded In the Hill of i 'omplalnl This • "-. • -'.i II be publish' I nc h iv. ek fot n-. cutlve weeks In THE JEW ISM ri ORIDIAN I M INK AND • iRDKRED at Ml iml, .Hi day of I Ictobt r, A I LE VTHERM VN, Clerk, i -,,. in i %  ...,! • I i B di County, Morida ,-,.,!, B-. r P COPELAND. II 2-9-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 54238-B IN RK: Kstati ItEOINA BRE1TBART I -, eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni'Tii'K hi reb) given that we have filed .. Final Report and Pell:,,,n for l' trlbutlon and 1' Inal i % IBIS Co-Ailmln of tin estate ol RKOIN \ URE1 I'BART, deceased and that on the Srd dao "t Beceinbi • will appl) to the H,n.-i-:. Count) Judges of Bade Florida, for approval ol said I rial Kepol t and for dlstl Ibutl ind final discharge as Co-AontlnhHratora nf the estate of the abova-named di ci di nt. This J'dii da) ol I tober, p ROBERT BREITBART BKK.N Alii' B. BREITBART BDOAR LEWIS, Attorney 300 I lagli r Federal Building Miami :;.'. I.• „., ii •:% %  it is CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. 62C P975 NORMA C SKALCHUNES, Plait .1A MI'S C SK VLCHl'NES, I f, ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ^•| H J VMES C SKA l.i-IH'N 1 ST. il .la. k-"ii Heights, NY .,1, nol -i.ii I--' iv. .i i op) Divorce Complaint filed .. i "ii plain.ill's sttorne) liKOItiSK N I. 'lli ".AS, 612 N.W. 12th An i ami nl. original with ii. %  • i iin'""in i "ii .'. befon 10th ol I' nbel. 1962, aim -iviii i-i confessed In you. PA I I'P Ni i\ K I i \ HERMAN, Clerk (seall P. ci iPELAND : % %  put Clel k 16-22 30 THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 573938 RE Estate -f la nis LYONS 1 'ev'i-as. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Ha lug claims "i Demand! Against Su Estat. You an hereby notified and r qiiir. d '" present any claims and diiiiimls which you may have again* ihi estati of LOCI8 LYONS deceaa*' late "i Dade County, Florida, to tl County Judges of Pad.County, ar. file tinsame in their offices in tl. i uimty Courthouse in Dade Count Florida, within six calendar montl fi in the date of th.first publlcatl hereof, or ih>same will be barred, PAl l. KW1TNEY, Executor PAl'L KWITN'KV, Attorney 11'" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida il 2-9-16NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :h. tin andei-slgned, desiring to em i. i-inunder the fictitious nan.• ASSOCIATED Ai'l'o PARTS at 14 N.W 21st Terrace, Miami. Florid < I name wit • hi "lei %  %  'iinn '"in I of i 'a %  -i.nnv. Florida. ELECTRIC IL EQl'IPMENT 0>, I Soli Owner) SBY Mi 'IK la 'Nl 'i IN Altorni v for Applicanl ll 16-23-30, 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN til di Igned, di siring to • ngage under the fictitious name • III I'SdN APARTMENTS at 120-111 %  intends i reg Isti i ss Id nan* with the I'leik .-f the Circuit Cos i '.mi v. Floi Ida MBLWAY, INC. II) i .Tack Malaiiuid. P %  HENR\ A. KAMI' Attorni') for Melway, Inc. u 16-23-30, 12 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN :h th,iidi • Igned, desiring to engage i imsm. -s under th,fictitious name • PLANNED l-ll'l KKS at 2680 SU L'ltli ace, Miami, Florida Inten. me with thi Clet 'ourt of Dade Bount Florida TllnM \s W. SHIPTON FRIEDMAN .v SHAPIRO Attorni -for Thomas W. Bhlpton u 16-23-30, 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. i il. i: is HEREBY GIVEN th indersigned, desiring to engage I ll ,i. ithe i itltlous name Itegal Vending Company at 11•• Sout W Sth \ • ue, Miami. Floi Ida, It tends to reglstet said name with tl Clerk of the Circuit I'nurt of D' Florida. I. \/. Mil S SKdl.NH'K. Sole Owner ii 16-23-20 12 r



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!" <3ewisfa Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ne 35 — Number 47 Miami. Florida, Friday, November 23, 1962 Two Sections — Pti< e 20* DlFECTiON MEANS FALL I Knesset Move to End Military Rule tUSALEM — (JTAI — Israels nicnt rejected this week a i to abolish military governii the country's Arab sections alti r I'rime Minister David BenG on intimated that defection his coalition government on thi :--ue would lead to a fall of higovernment and force new elecThe vote was 50 to 26 with Intentions. 1 ic motion was introduced by illLiberal Party's Pinhas Rosen. Di Rosen, who last February susil a narrow 58 to 55 defeat in (hi Knesset in a previous fight for i elation of the military rule, '.hat the vote then was an "un( r majority." He alluded to a loalitioa agreement which gave the PHILADELPHIA— I JTAi — Jew\. idat Israel party a deputy min| SD needs in the United States and Hopes Raised ADL May Return to Council Ranks LOUIS STN new president PHILADELPHIA —(JTA) —The 3lst general assembly of the Council (if Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds concluded here with an announcement by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that it ha I decided to open negotiation; for rejoining the National ComISSUES RANGE EAR AND WIDE Needs at Home and Abroad Reviewed by CJFWF Assembly c that the American Jewish Committee would similarly agree to negotiations on rejoining the NCRAC. The move by the ADL is a result ol energetic efforts made lurng the last few year.by Alan V. Lowenstein of .Newark, chair.nan ol a CJFWF subcommittee %  •-. coordination e.f Jewish community relations. Lowenstein similarly expressed from the floor the hope that the Continued on Page 8-A Eban Due Here to At Bond Tribute to Speak Liptcn The resolution, adopted by a vote of 63-11, with 13 abstentions, had been -parked by a detailed report given the Knesset by Mr.-. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, and amounted to a rejection of the so-called "Johnson Plan" wh'rh would give the refugees a choice between "return" to Israel and acceptance of compensation Technion Unit Plans Program 10A Opens Six-State Meet At the Diplomat Greater Miami community, senting major areas ness and philanthropic join Abba Eban, Israel Minister of Education, in honoring Joseph If. Lipton at a dinner of tribute Saturday night at the Fontainebleau hotel" Earlier this week, at two separate meetings, leaders of Temple Emanu-EI. under whose auspices he 25th annual conference of the dinner will be held, finalized Southeast region of the Zionist psUU for the program and heard illation of America was to reports by Jack S. Popick. dinner get under way here Thursday at chairman. Diplomat hotel in Hollywood. News analyst and commentator Gabriel Heatter will headline a tour-star program to be presented at the annual banquet sponsored by the South Florida chapter of Distinguished members of the ^ ^ .^ ^ aI(h||u „ h m v of civic busi"' put torward formally, had been theAmerican Society for Technion „„„_; .,.:.i propesed by Dr. Joseph E. John,,„ Wednesday. 7 p.m., at the FonBUta tainebleau hotel. son, the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission's special Mid-East envoy. Mrs. Meir reminded the House of its own resolution, adopted Continued on Page 12-A According to president. MrLouis Glasser, the noted radio and TV personality has chosen as the subject of his talk "Technion— Continued on Page 3-A OR. NAHUM GOIDMAWM amendmen < %  • %  PawGoldmann Attacks Bonn On Payments HONN (JTA) — Regret o M the failure of the We-' Germ in Government to bring to lose the laws for restitution ant : compensation to Nazi victims w. • expressed here this week by Vs Nah'.mi Goldmann. following three days of negotiations with key finance officials on legislation to complete the restitution and compensation laws, Declaring that not even a draft of the requested legislation hid been ready for considc:. ion. Dr. Goldmann said that he ami his colleagues, acting on beh; [ of the e jnference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germ. iy, had been negotiating on thquestion for more than two yearwith no progress, He said tl hem;' neither the federal no; state governments of West Gen iany nor the Wesl Parliamentary ommission on Indemnification bed been in a position to discusfie qu (ion. One key issue is am->dmeiVrc the laws to make potsibt payments to Jewish claimants who were unable to me*-t the 1953 deadline because Ht*y wenthen in Iron Curtain countries Continued on Page 7-A Mosleyites Drawing Anti Semites vih Jewish leaders of the sixregion focusing on the theme 1 I the conference, "A Quarter of a Century—And We Have Just Begun Kahbi Samuel Mcndelowitz, of Ti niple Beth Sholom. Hollywood, Fla., president of the host district. 'i I that with the exception of two business sessions Sunday afternoon, the entire four-day conferContinued en Pap* 9-A Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, who had just returned from Israel with Mrs. Lehrman, reported on his discussions with former Ambassador Eban regarding the community's role on behalf of Israel Bonds and the tribute to Lipton. Lipton will be honored for his LONDON' — (JTA' — A reportneither he nor his movement were er who spent ten weeks in Oswald anti-Semitic, "the truth is that the Moslev's Fascist Union Movement vast majority of members are was as an apparent bona fide memusing the Union Movement to ban.! bcr warned here that anti-Semitic together for their vile racialist feeling was so strong among memtheories and activities bers that Mosley might have to adopt an openly anti-Semitic pol' icy as he did before World War II., Alan Rogers, of the Daily Herald, noted that while there was no dedicated service to the Temple, | officia ^i^y towar d Jews and that Continued on Page 7-A I Mosley had repeatedly cla.med He said flatly that members of the movement were responsible for some of the recent incidents of attacks on Jewish property in London which he said were "by no means rare occurrences." He added that "the street riots ve have seen already may wtll prove* to be only the beginning of yaf more vicious battles to come." Dr. l>rael Brodie, Chef Rabbi ol the British Commonvti lth, told a meeting Of Jewish war veterans here last night that he was "delighted" by the strong reaction of the Briti-h people against "the eruption of a Nazi-style eUqUfl which has disturbed us recently."



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Page 4-B fJewisti fk>rHidin Friday, November 23. \%i Jewish National Fund "Me Ami" dedication banquet committee mets to formulate plans. First row (left to right) are Mayshie Friedberg, Samuel Kagan. Jacob Fishman, Reubin Millet. Second row (left to right) are Max Hecht, Rosen, Isidor Rifkin, Isaac Donen. I row (left to right) are Benjamin Appel, William Bornstein, Mrs. Simon Shabsis, Mis. Abraham Mason, Ben Silver, Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan. Fourth row (left to right) are Joshua Z. Stadlan, Herman VveintiUuu, ivira. IUCOD Davis, Mis. Greta Pollack, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Mrs Nathan Bookspan, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Mis. William Bockwith, Reuben Burnstein, Mrs. Isaac Donen, Harry Foldmcn. Not shewn are Rabbi Mayer Abramow ; tz, Hyman Eisenbaum, Hairy Minov. and Mrs. Alfred Stone. Banquet is Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau. Fifteenth Freshman Class at Brandeis: Many South Floridians Among Students Gables High School, whore he was a member of the Literal-} So ictj. National Forensic League, National lie nor Society, Science Talent Si irch Honors Group, and was a Merit Scholarship finalist. From Hollywood, Miss Peborah Guberman. daughter ot Mrs, Betty Guberman, 1747 Washington St., a graduate of South Broward School, where .^he was president of Allied Medical Arts Club. a member of the National Honor •tales and 10 foreign countries. I graduate of North Miami Senior Society and Senior Date, and a Seventy-three per cent of the nigh, where she was president ot recipient of a Latin award. %  tudents in the class of 1966 were tru M am club, a member of the And from Daytona Beach, Miss n the top 10 per cent of their National Honor Society, and the Jessica R. Hurwitz. daughter of .raduating class, and 87 per cent Science. Chess and Philosophy Rabbi and Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz, vere in the top fifth. Eighteen C ] UDS an d a recipient of the Dis [2066 So. Peninsula dr.. a graduat. % %  er cent were valedictorians or anguished Scholar Award and a of Miami Senior High, where she alutatorians. 'Science Award. She also receivwas vice president of Student Three of the freshmen are holded the Summer Scholarship Award Council, president of Inter-Club Beach League Honors Binder Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka; Dr. and Mrs. Henry King Stanford, presldenl of the Univerfairy nf-Mlaml: Dr. BeTOirFWter, Dado county'"first lady" of music; Marjorie Dunn Smith, dir< i tor of Musicians Clubs ol America; Mrs Albert Pick. Mr and Mrs Anton lo.b. Mrs Frances Sobel, and some 300 others honored Her man A Binder, president emeritus of the Miami Beach Music ard Arts League, on his 80 h birthday. The League dedicated the open ing concerl ol the season to him, and Mayor oka gave an a dress. The following new offici rs directors, who w ill serve after their ii -•..llation on Dec 22. were elect ed President, Gus Freeman; ex< i utive vice president, Wi Ilia m Greene; vice presidents, Dorris Drexel, Louis Siegel, Bertha H. Webb; treasurer, Boris M Graber; recording secretary, Lillian Baker; corresponding secretary, Ruth Freeman. Directors: Esther Barrett, Irving Billig, Dr. Louis A. Bunim, W. Murra} Frankford. Joseph 1. Goodman, Chuck Hall. Louis H Hoberman. Lillian Kessler. Dr Bernard Kwartin, Alice F Kwartin, Joseph Malik, Kenneth oka. Mrs. Jen-} Rosenthal, Marian Spear and Aida Yaslo. Rabbi Baumgard on TV Rabbi Herbert M. Baumsard of | Temple Beth Am. will appear o a the "Still Small Voice, program sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., on Sunday, p a.m., over ch. 7. Women's Unit To Meet Here First general membership meeting of the year iponsi ri en's Division ol Technion i uled for Tuesday, Dec 7 l p.m. al the home of Mrs II bert \ Emanuel, 43 Star Island President, Mrs Philii | announced thai the event open to all members of the -ion Mrs, Meyer A. Baskin chairman of the day's pn Mrs Morion Fellman is chargi i i arrangements. Hospitality committi men are Mrs. Jack K Nan Cohen Program will include • Rrsi presentation of Technio Luc,"' and announcemi of life members. Dr. Unterman to Speak Dr Isaac Unterman on the Jerusalem confi Jewish education Tu.ing at the Workman's etz School, 1545 SW 3rd Five Floridians. three from the %  router Miami area, are among ne 356 freshmen in the 15th freshnan class at Brandeis University, .'hey are part of a total enrollment f 1.867 students representing aldaughtei nost every state in the United Leader, eign Affairs Club, a member of the debating team, tennis team. Arista, and a recipient of a biology award. Miss Sheryl L. Leader, of Mr. and Mrs. William 1245 N.E. 145th st.. a G. •rs of the coveted National Merit from Miami Heart Assn.. and a scholarship, and a large number Scholarship trophyy from the Optif others received scholarships mist Club. rom government, business and Miss Limta RMiller, daughther sources. Brandeis itself gave ter o{ Mrs Ann Miller and the late cholarship aid to almost 30 per Xathan Miller, 682 SE 132nd St., ent of the class. Students from the Greater Mimi area are: • Jack I. Habib. son of Mr. nd Mrs. Ralph Habib, 7635 Abott Avenue, a graduate of Yeslva University High School. NY., scholarship vhere he was vice president of School, %  tudent council and his Junior • Martin J. Cohen, son of Mr. lass managing editor of the and Mrs. Harry Cohen. 5 "eat book, chairman of the For-'26th ter.. a graduate a graduate of No. Miami Senior High, where she was vice presi[ dent of the German Club. Sophomore and Junior Class alternate representative, and a recipient of 1 a letter of Merit in German and a from Hebrew High of Coral Council, and Spanish National Honor Society, a member of National Honor Society, chaplain of National Forensic League, a member of Tri-Alpha. and Mu Alpha Theta. and a recipient of National Council Teachers of English Award, and an Elks medal. utes. Remove from the heat aai stir in the baking soda. The mixture will fizz high and turn somewhat dark, so use a saucepan large enough to permit the mixturtto rise. Cool thoroughly. In a railing bowl, cream the butter aM granulated sugar, add the ep,' a.-: beat until fluffy. Add the apricot mixture. Sift together the flour, baking powder, and salt, and add Stir in the nutmea:* well-greased 9W2& s an invitation to refill the inch pan. and bake about 35 majar A good start could be utes at 325 degs. F. until the :.? Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, discusses with Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (left), and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro the activities of the Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Stanford was guest speaker at a reception at the home of Mrs. Simonhoff, president of the division, who complimented the women for their project in behalf of constructing, eguipping and maintaining the Jewish National and University Library at Hebrew University. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the "Woman of the Year" committee, presents a scioll lo Mrs. Saoiro in recognition of "her dedicated efforts" o: of the Jerusalem school. Women's Institute At Emanu-EI Temple Emanu-El's adult education program for 1962-63 gets underway on Dec. 4, with the opening classes of the Temple Women's Institute of Jewish and Cultural Studies sponsored by the Sisterhood. They will be held in two series of eight weekly sessions < ch ever} Tuesday at the North Branch building, 77th st and Dickens ave Morning classes, from 10 until LI 55 a m will include "Elementar} Hebrew," "Prayer Book Hebrew in Song," and "Conversational Hebrew," and the instructors are Mrs Aliza Brenner, Cantor Hush Adler, and Mrs. Amalia Goffer. Afternoon cla si from to 2 30 p.m., include "Choral Group," 'Leadership and Public Speak mu" and "Art Instructors are Mrs. Florence Goldring, Mrs Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Reggie Yan ich. The Rook Review Series, -p sored by both thi Sisterhood and I'TA, will feature Dr Irvini Lehi man at three sessions Di reviewing "Ship ol Fools," i>> (Catherine Anne Portei. Jan 30, "The Rothschilds," l>> Ft Morton, and the last on Fob 20, tx k to !' announced Also included in the extensive cultural program ithe Brotherhood's monthly breakfast discuss ion session, with Dr. Lehrn fording members an opportunity to l< am more about the Bible Dates will be announced short I) other feature ini lu les Luncheon club, in I It I lure Di la firman leads tin Never underestimate the power of home made cookies. Judiciously distributed, they have been known to convert thoughtless small boys into gentlemen considerate of flower beds and window panes. A box of them sent to older chil dren away at camp or school or in the armed forces brings with it all the warmth and love of home. And many a fine cook acquired the beginnings of her skill as a little girl making cookies on a rainy day. | to the batter The crisper weather of early auPour into a tumn cookie made with two varieties containis a light brown. Cool to lukewarm, ing dried apricots, since recipes Mix the confectioneers' sug, r wrtk which use this fruit in the dough enough water to make an easy toitself are quite rare. The rich ,pread icing. Spread this e. I Ol i s cup orange juici rr y vjn.f. Prepare the apt i r them with Wi a boil, then co< k Cool, drain thoi to small pieceII n the Bh • Beal in lh< > i\ stir in the ai • and raisins Sifl tog. baking soda, bakin and spices Idd I atel} with the oi Sherry. Chill for %  Di >p b} rounded t ised cookie tins, together aa they do Bake at 350 degs F until firn at minutes, browned Cool on makeabout 10 I Beth David US1 Parti Beth Dnvi I Unit youth held a part} the Belli David Y pfu* ] L=



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fiday. November 22, 1962 • Jfwisli ftnrfdHffin Page 35 2 •pen House Set it Nautilus Nautilus Junior Hih will hold House n Tuesday tNi-iiing p 'ii Parents "ill have informal, unktheduled conference* with all benchers, and the total school prolj mi for the year will be explainDiscussion of school clubs and xira-curricular activities will mi the agenda, followed by question and answer period. Stuart D. Wooley is principal, nd Mrs. Abe Rothenbrrjj is present of the Nautilus Junior A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER uiih :i i i 1 %  %  Hiish I City of Hope Cocktail Dr. Nahum Goldmann, World Jewish Congress president, conferred with Jewish leaders from all ovei Latin America on recent anti-Semilic incidents such as those that tarred and bombed Argentinian Jewish houses (left) and smeared swastikas en others (right). Under WJCWZO auspices, the four-day conference took piace ir Suo Paulo, Brazil. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, .• IS l.i tni I. .l.-.-iriia to • ngag rietltlous name I,K\I;;: \l. WINIHAV REPAIR HE VICE ui 2110 (W lath Terrace, ild name r,| III.Cll'l CoUlll I I'll ,. SYDNEY R> 'SI.Ml.If. Sole i >\\ ner KESSLER & OARS SW l-l b'trci i t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIN <.\\ In, undersigned, d< Irlni to •%  '-• under tin flctl I i <*" int. ".I tu r. Isti %  il name ",'"; ,f tii.t'lrvult > 'I'll "' Florida, ,,, M ,Mi.\iiii< i>r''<: 'I'M i 'AN NIL J, n i lorui i ."M" •• % %  '!"" Kt.VXKR .v MANNHEIMER Vttm if v f'< "l'lii'.,.i. Iphla. sii" Ii Jules and .i daughter. l .,„.-Ii Servicei %  iilii.i th local arrana don Puneral Home ntha f' %  • %  i. i 17. ,n. .i e .i on, Mrs, r.iii". ill I'lllll ill Iiii. inh) >!irHi. MRS ROSE G. ZALPH %  ;:•. of IMS BW ?th -' 'i''" 1 "''• -:, ".im.I.i %  Ii yea i w B Hh ii sin bring hand, Harr>: ,i on, l ter, M' I-' na •randchllilren; i .,. %  .., fioui her li I'll daugh/ Sperling; live i.i ..ill. i im ludlng mis Agal ; You* are 'herebj notlfletl and reqt • ..I |o nn %  i,' •' %  • .". which you mm have againal the esuta • \I IlKRT i;nl.l'Ni:i:. deceaaed Ii ,,,',i, county, Florida, to the Coua,, ludgi s "f I'nii. County, and i • „ y,':. In heir office. ... HiCo. .[v c'mrthouw In 1" County, Pi' %  la. w thin • ighl calendar moiyt date ..f il" first publication th „ 8ADBLL.BtiOL.DNER ^dminiatratrlx CAIDKN & ROTHENBBRa \ • .:.,'.i;,-. aj inHullding Miam 12, ort (| _,,.,,,_,, j^, IN THF COUNTY JUDGES COUP" IN |MNOFOR DADFCO^V. FLOR"">A IM "ROBATE No. 5763-J-C IN RK h>l it< .Mi.-il A BOBROW i ii^.'.I. on Sunday da) "Shoot the Piano Player." starring Charles Aznavour, will be seen at Wometco's Mayfair and Sunset Art Theatres becinning next Wednesday. Nov. 28. The film is directed by award-winning Francois Truffaut. known for his %  Kin Blows." Synagogues. SAMUEL E. ROSENBLUM %  : ,.i 'i 19 N'l* liJrd at.. dl< d Ocl il." came here eight yeara uo from N.w j. •.-.•> and was 'I retired toy Mure owner He la survived bj n i,. Heli II. ii bratber and Service* w... in New 1 Reyer funeral Honu ., lister. .11, city with II charge. "The Junior Group Elects Officers Mark Pollock has been elected .dent of the Junior Congregation .it Temple Zamora. Other officers named are Martin .ui. vice president: Edward laj Lucker, secretary; and Craig nt and .Ion Pont, shamos. Junior Congregation meets on rday .it 10 a m HANNAH E. GUSSMAN ;j, .,, -,'..7i' N.i Hay nl died Monday, N'..\ '.'. Sli. nn" h frmn Aknai. "•• and ,,l Ti iii"l' Israel. Sin her l. %  -1 and, Maui Ii i t A ". .*-" in. '"in i, r, Mrs •'• "." Rad. mun i Mrs all< | Mr. sevlll. I It, ii, Ii she alao lea\< ill %  II mil Rl • U i-, yeara ,.~" \.,~ ;i in, mher i, \ n. .1 b) ne son, R"bi; ii,i. -. da :-ii Miami Reach: Kihel Bergman M .i i" KrandchilM t-g an Ichlld S %  •! 81. She came hei ", ,,,:irs ;.K" fi""" 1 Chicago, an. ., member of Pioneer Women, vlvora Includ. a -•. Sidney: j. daui tiler MiRosemary Mendelaonn; i l.io'thi r, Norman Llplon, and two al i, ,.. ServU'ca were in Chicago Rp ...,:,. Mi murlal i 'h i;iel, AH. in "I.. II %  GERTRUDE TANNENBAUM 17, ,,f ii", 8\V loard ive ui< • "" •! sinennu her. n years .IL.. from :.. N •' and was m.-ini-r %  w as S.ir ill. n rd. ,,„ %  ,.. liaiera and aeven grand*'hUdren. Sirvicea were Oct. li In Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. N< rmand) !-!•. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE BENJAMIN ROSE |1|i I 111 dr., h, re I' .1 .1 N". mil w-:i %  i 'i lucl %  Cnl'i ,i Mason and I .... N and i %  • n I! II, Chlladi i.l.l... f Heal %  %  V| III. n %  irki li .11. I wo thai nf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTK'K IS IIKKKIIV %  %  ^ %  '" ... IT i:-it.\N< II ..I %  ;.." N. % % %  %  lbClt> id Ml n in Ida • i •, nd • er th. %  %  ,"", h : .' %  rlda Il \ : .. i.i;\'i. %  •|i \|.*V I.EVI WEI M \N A WEI'MAN \ : '. CIRCUIT COURT. Ilth JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. 62C 12489 SAMUEL MILLER, Plaintiff, HARRIETT MILLER, NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION Yi.r HARRIETT Mil l-ER. I2 Easl Cliveden Street, Philadelphia. Pennavlvanla an notified to aerye .. : ,.,.v .'.f your anawi r to nivorce I pmnl ri 1.. l ugainsl you on rialntlfl nev liEi iRiiE NI.MH.I.AS. 612 \ \V 12th Ave Miami. Pla i""i fib original with Clerk of Ihls I'our' .,. ii :,,i-, ft i>. .... mher, IMS. -, .-.'I plain! w ill be confi HI l> \-II:I %  \." mbi %  -" "" ; E, I'. I.EATHERM VN i |, :l, nf ll" CircUll I'"in I ,..-.., Il It) K M I.VMAN. |>, put} I'll li : %  :'.'.". IS ither,-.! by -H %  u ii, r .w ii. r %  -ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v,,. ", is IIEHEHY illVES lhal %  I,in. •:., ne Ol ,., M.ITY W IRE IM.IITH COM I i\^ c) at in* North Weal %  i In %  nini IMI the %  I '.l.iI. V. %  ,,1 ihi I i. ner \n in IN I olU'E, ii win '• %  It, \'. \i 12 T 1 I IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57689 IN RE MARIA ll.VI.Ll'i "i'l'' I '. %  .'-, ,1 NuTICE TO CREDITORS ,-,, \n ,•... %  ..,i ml VI IV • is iLiving Claims or I>cmnnds Against Said ..-..ii, ( .1, %  ,. hi %  eh) notified and e,| U i,. ,i • nit any i lalms and I'M-I EACNCE. KINK A I OHM ^N %  i:.o2 t'ungi Dean Heinrich Gruber (right), a Lutheran clergyman and the only German national to testify at the Eichmann trial, is tionored by the American Jewish Committee at a reception at its Institute of Human Relations La New York. Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum presents a Biblical plaque to the Geiman clergyman, who was instrumental durinq the Nazi regime m_savnig many Jews. Dean Gruber. a pastor of the Lutheran Cnurcn stressed the need to "develop counter-totalitarian forces German churches, schools and institutions. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 62C 12483 |. IMS \ IIEMESAR, I'l.HI:' %  • v" iis IIEMES \K. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION i, ,' VIII.OS III UESAIl MIHM'.-S INKNOWN \ i: i... IIEMES VII. nd >. r i" ii" ''I% %  > Ihi above ipon (SINO %  % %  %  r rl x !l N V nu.. M %  '" '"' %  upl.ilnt ,1 • N mbi r, 12 T-1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS ItElt IO ''' Hi.im. %  Ing to i ngi ... iltlous name of i:i i I.I: IKING CO • ii". Inc > al i S.w nth Streel M %  I da Intend I ~ :l 'I '.i"i" "h the :i of l>ade i '"inii\ I iI:I l MOTi ": %  IN<" %  n Pia Corp. SMITH .v M Wl'l.l T. • %  %  1 Moto a, Im 107 Lincoln Road Miami i i. i' lorlda 11 23-30—12 .-II '" "•'^BOTHER BORROW \. \, Inn. il-l I'-. 'I ^ of 111" Et of MISHA BOBK< >W, '!• •'• • l..,\v i ifflces "f LEO.NARU II WOLF m : Lewla I Cohen, Atl irney f„'r A.lm -ni-init' N 1150 S W First Mjeet "t. %  %  %  % %  M : : t ,. 2i 30 ,i:/T IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394-B IN RE: Eatate of i;.is.\ HTEINMBTZ '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS •I-,, vll Credlti iand All l'< raon^ H %  Ing Claims %  ..' Demands Against %  -; 'y,.ii hereby notified and r • ,„ presint an) clalma and %  • the cBtat. al l: SA STE1NMETZ n • ty. Plorlo ,„ ,i„ tNnint) Judgi l'"l" ">' ,, .,,„! .,i.. ,he san e in duplicate a •iprovided In Si lion ." 3 16, Elorli Statutes In th, In the Con • t fnuvthousi :M Had. County, PK • Ida within sin al. ndai montlta %  • me "i Hi" flrsl publication lie. • inn will I" barred. 1.. •, '• N. vi mbi r, A n 1962 Rl" I'M Sl'F.YER \. i:\. cutrlx HAI-.i il.P \ dHVKVR \ %  ii .; N K 125th Street ( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH* ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12279 THE Will lAMS'lU'RCH SAVINiiS HANK, VRTIIl'H SCHIPSKI ,IR MINE SCHIPSKI, Invi i %  mts NOTICE OF SUIT pji \\ '|| I! St'HI I'SK I JR -.'I lll'SKI I A. •nil" S ,i lersi "i e hei.bv i ... HCtlon II."I" I '' I i nth Judicial Ci • i ;.., I '...I. ',.i :. upon 11 .1 .> Ill in r i: l i:\TIl 1'KM NN f th. i %  nil Court H> P > OPELAND i i. iiutj Clerk U :•::-:',", 12 -11 NOTICE UNDER ri'TITioun NAME LAW NOTICE is HERERT OIVEN Ihe un.n '' \ IR i II I'M i: EMPLOYMENT al l lade "iiii;> Pia Inti nd lo n -aid name with Hi. Clerh of ii" Crr, nu .-,..,1 • .f I ind.. County, llo.idrt. TERESA .: %  >l'LI>EN %  ole ,. ner il M.M—11 I-ll real prop, nf PARKMOl MANOR SI HI ilVISK IN, Aci ord n I ol Ihi I'ul i orbi. V.m li I ,.„f upon plaintlfl MARTIN FINE, 14th Kl Miami il'v I, i ,...., i |.. i o will be ei.* %  Ml lATKl> Novi r ll i,|.;\'riiKK.\i \N. Clerk, l ..,.1, 'ount). I %  K \l I.VMAN i put} Clerk MARTIN PINE imiff l ith i-. '.'1 Bldj Mia I nrida 11/16



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Friday, November 23. 1962 **/#> MrrMtor Page 7-B JVS Board Sees Program Depicting Worit in Behalf of 'Problem' Employment A recent addition to the .1 > s s!afl i23-year-ol i Colleen Egan, who specializes in helping the handi rapped person of .'ill ages equip him;elf t(, earn a living by overcoming his individual problem She has served a period ol Internship and field training with the Florida Council ol the Blind, both in Daytona at d Jacksonville. Miss Egan is, herself, partially blind and the victim ol polio [Colleen Egan. 23-year-old counselor of the Jewish Vocational Servxe, has overcome the double handicaps of near-blind[ness and polio to the point where her job is the rehabilitation [of others, not only at the JVS Sheltered Workshop, but also ihroughout the community. Boar of directors of Jewish Vocal onal Service presented a pro-1am describing the work of the igencj ;it its monthlj meeting reJVS, a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, met al the Sheltered Workshop, 3252 NE 2nd ave.. on the grounds .i! the .leui>h Home tor tlie Af %  I >..Gerald P. SoltZ, vice prcsidenl ol the agency, and chairman ol the committee on individual group guidance, i> chairman of the in .ram. which was introduced by Mrs, Sam Staik. and entitled "D.D.T.—Dilemma, Diagnosis, and Testing." Program also included Sidney Efronson, Jerome (', Greene, and Donald S. Block, director of the Sheltered Workshop. JVS gives guidance to the young and old seeking employment, helps chart educational and business careers, and also conducts the Sheltered Workshop. This unit provides employment opportunities for persons suffering from physical handicaps or are receiving rehabilitation from emclional and mental illness. Citations Slated At Dinner Here The lourth annual Equal Opportunity Day awards dinner will present three special citations in the Vice president of the student conDa.le county educational field SatKieuation. in day, Nov. 24, hotel. Judaea Weekend At Beth Torah A trio of events will mark "Young Judaea Week" at Beth Torah Congregation from Friday morninn through Monday evening. Irving Seidel, Congregation president, announced. Some 40 youngsters who attended Camp Judaea in Hcndersonville. N.C.. this past summer will hold their annual camp reunion on Friday. 10 a.m., with George Stern. camp director, showing movies of YOlltll to TGI(C the camp season. Brunch, prepared by the Zionist Youth Commission, will be served. Mrs. camera (Juberman, who has served as a volunteer advisor to Topai B'nai B'rith Girls, was this week named "advisor of the month" by the organization. Mrs. Guberman has worked in this capacity for the past five years. Part in Service United Synagogue Youth of Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold a series of weekend activities beginSaturday morning services of the student congregation of the religious school will be devoted to Young Judaea, with Bernard Weis!" W "ith Friday evening services berg, national director of YouI i '"night. Judaea, as guest speaker. He will be introduced by Steven Shantzis, at the Everglades onald Block (left), director of the Sheltered Workshop, disuses his operation with Dr. Michael Goodman, director of ewish Vocational Service, Counselor Colleen Enan, and ,-larry Kissner, workshop foreman. Standing (left to right) are Arthur Sass. vocational counselor, and Sam Boccara, as.stant foreman of the workshop. student Nurse Wins Scholarship Bullard. -lenient at Mt I Hospital's School of Practical I became the recipient of scholarship award given by n FreedomClub of Miami Bl itregular meeting last %  k at the President Madison Vtc< rding to Philip Sahl, man • Four Freedoms, the civic ih for retired people selected the [• ect "in oiver to encourage young people to enter the field of nursing.*' Selection of the recipient was by representatives of the hospital, including Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, piesident of the Women's Auxiliary, which supports the School of Practical Nursing, and Mrs. Carmen Ross, director of nursing. Jr. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital, and Samuel Gertner. executive director, joined Mrs. Mathes and Mrs. Itoss at the presentation. Receiving the honors for constructive advances in the field of educational equality will be the I niversity of Miami. Dade Junior college, and the county public school system. •These institutions are making firm, progressive steps, and aTi three are integrating smoothly and without distress,'" commented Mrs. Louis Glasser. EOD chairman. She pointed out that the University of Miami, which bases its entrance requirements on examination scores, has added a Negro to its faculty for the first time. He is Donald Weddington, a mathematics instructor. Dade County Junior College has integrated its academic program. Mrs. Glasser added. This follows last year's initial advances when intc grated college classes were held at a local high school. The public school system instituted an experimental reading class last year and succeeded it with a crash reading program in three Negro elementary schools during the summer. •More than 2,300 pupils took On Monday evening, the Young Judaea groups meeting at Beth Torah will have a special program with George Stern, Southeast regional director. Beth El Ladies Plan Testimonial Beth F.l Congregation Sisterhood ident of USY. announced. The service will be conducted by VSY members, and the sermon, "The Role of Youth Today." will be delivered by Miss Slefani Bonn. on Saturday evening, the chapter will have an open house party and dance at the Temple for teenagers, and on Sunday morning, the group will conduct an open house breakfast program. •Overall theme will be 'The Role ol Youth Within the Framework of the Synagogue'," Ricci Katz. presthis week announced that plans arc being formulated for a testimonial dinner in honor of Mrs. Max Rappa port. The dinner will take place at Dora August Memorial Hall of Beth El. 500 SW 17th ave, on Sunday. Dec. 23. In charge of information is Mrs. Bonn. Sol Weger, dinner chairman. USY members participating in the service are Stan Beitcher, Ricci Katz. Elliot Kaplan. Barry Broad. Te.i Schoenberg, Rande Grossman. Bob Broad. Gary Shaffk. Stefani Bonn, Avis Gerber, Ricki Rosenbaum. Barbara Bayder. Barbara Abramowitz. and Emily Victor Bidone's NOW OPEN Goodwill Group Luncheon Slated Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold its first luncheon and card party next Thursday noon. Nov. 29. in Dora August Memorial Hall of Congregation Beth El. Hostesses for the afternoon are Mesdames Carrie Hoffman. Hose part under the supervision of an Rand. Pauline Fischer and Mary integrated faculty,*" Mrs. Glasser Fellman. noted. "The school board also locally televised a kindergarten proand introduced vocational adults All proceeds will go to the club's CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" •\9S RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD., Miami 226-1744 tfcoNTI N E NTA |3! s C ATERE R S ^ %  > %  I % % % %  •• •, II, l,M|l ^. "~'t>-. TflfMCWl 226 1744 *£^" gram training classes for at night.'' j, n. t I e apec in "•Win is A Trodi/ion 1045 95ih Street Bay Haibor Island RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 ALWAYS THi UMXPKUD ... 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Friday, November 23. 1962 *Jewisti fftrttV) Page 9-A %  Ztt4 Opens Six State Convention Scm C. Levenson (right), vice chairman of the national cam%  •:, :or Reform Judaism, is presented with a Ram's Horn for his "dedicated service" to Reform Judaism at the kickoff impaign dinner of the Southeast region at the Dupont Plaza hotel Making the presentation is Irving S. Schneider, executive vice chairman of the Combined Campaign for the Union ot American Hebrew Conqregations and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Label Katz. international president of B'nai B'rith was guest speaker at the event. BB Youth Will Convene Here Some .50 Jewish high school students representing B*nai B'rith %  chapters in the State of FlorDOG RACING EVERYN1GHT EXCEPT SUNDAY &&&*. NO MINOR* MMMOtVlSlfg -Jan. 12 Ida will gather for their annual convention at Camp Owaissa Bauer. Naranja, Fla.. from Dec. 27 to 31. i' was announced by Mrs. Henry Steinhauser, president of the Miami BBYO board of directors. Focus of the four-day event will be Jewish ethics in a vitriolic sonny, with special consideration to be given to the Latin American picture and how Jewish youth can relate to it in a "People-to-People" or Amigo'type program. I'llgroup will be convened by Kenneth Friedman, president of the Florida Aleph Zajik Aleph. and a freshman now attending the Unii versity of South Carolina, and Bonnie Frankel. president of B'nai B'nai Girls, freshman at the University of Florida. Resource for the conclave will be the Judaism pamphlet series pub\ lished by the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. In addition to the basic theme of the meetings, contests will be held for both AZA and RF.G in sports, oratory and storytelling. Convention coordinators are Mitch Porias, Coral Cables, freshman at the University of Miami, and Linda Salter. Hollywood, a Now it's easy to get to the RACES at Tropical Park -ftt'iB • .3 Continued from Page 1-A ence would be open to the public. Louis B. Rudnick. of Coral Cables, national vice president of the ZOA. was to address Florida delegates Thursday. 10 a.m., and outline programs for the coming year. At 8:15 p.m., Thursday, Leo Mincfiin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, was to be keynote speaker at the opening session of the conference, with the theme slated as "Israel Today." Also participating in the program were to be Mortimer May, of Nashville, Tenn., past national president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Israel Feiden, of St. Augustine, Fla., president of the region. Beginning 10 a.m., Friday, the Zionist Youth Commission for the region will hold an all-day meet, ing in the Embassy room. At 1 p.m., there will be a forum. "Hebrew Education in the United States and the Hebrew Day School." Zvi Bergcr. assistant director oi the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education, will be coordinator. Delegates to the conference will conduct their own religious services Friday, 6 p.m., in the Embassy room. Herman Weintraub, president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, will be in charge of the service with M. Finkclstcin. of Temple Sinai of Hollywood. Special services will follow at 8:15 p.m., in Congregation Beth Sholom, 1725 Monroe st.. Hollywood, with Rabbi Mendelowitz officiating, i Sabbath services on Saturday i will be in the Embassy room, with Rabbi David Raab, of Savannah, 1 Ga., as spiritual leader, and the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami j Beach as host to the kiddush fol\ lowing. Mist Yurka Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center, will give a talk on Israeli art at 1:30 p.m., discussing the exhibit of Israeli paintings in the Conv:.> I for v.ar pictures m "The longest Day." PAUL V. IECRLEY NEW YORR HERALD TRIBUNE "The longest Day" ... is a Dnmant'y organised historical account the actuality; ot tfie Normandy Invasion "lhe Longest Day" is impressive enptrienct." ROSE PELSWICR — NEW YORK JOURNAL AMERICAN "Tne longest Day" is a remarkable acre-n achievement — filmmaking its finest." DARRYL F. ZANUCKS DAILY THROUGH JANUARY 16 POST TIME 1:30 Bus Service Direct to Track Rabbi Podet Will Lecture on Isaiah On Tuesday evening, 8:15 p.m.,; Rabbi Mortlecai Podet will lecture | on "The Insight of Isaiah" at Temple Judea. This is the fourth in a series on Judaism dealing with the "Three Spiritual Revolutionaries." A period of discussion will follow each lecture. THE LINCOLN THEATRE 555 Lincoln Road Mall All Seats Reserved .. %  •'*.-'