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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Oewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V
oluma 35 Number 48
Miami. Tlorida. Friday. November 30, 1962
Two Sections Pr.:e 2C?
Israel Opens Talks
urope
conomic Community Tie-Up
DR. JOIN Si AW SON
. avoia'et, co..ipietery
BRUSSELS JTA)After preparations lasting more than ;i year,
Israel and Ihc European Ec......mic Comm',nit\ this wee* '^-r\ for-
mal and intricate negotiations lor the establishment ol a link between
Israel and the six nation European Common Market.
I,.'vi i. hk il Israel's Minista i ol
Finance hcadin; a top-rankin
delegation of 25 members, faced
the EE( "s Council ol Ministers,
the organizatii n' highest body, In
an address lasting an li^ur n id a
half, he put forth proposals lor
solving the economic problems
facing Israel as a result of the
m school mm ihtewkw
AJCommittee Charges 'Gap'
In Totalitarianism Studies
By Special Rtport
"LADELPMA The cxecu-
hca.l of a pioneer human rcla-
agency asserted here that
I, oread "gaps" and "distor
n.s" exist in courses on totali-
rlanism i" American high schools
Iir. John Slawson, executive vice
isidcnl of the American Jewish
mittee, said that the subject
I iscism is. in most instances.
led complete!} Commun-
, stated, i> either avoided"
eated soley as an 'evil force'
very little effort made to
n its source-, methods and
The Committee executive vice
prsident pointed out that in
America today there is a "seman-
tic blurring of political ideolog-
ies which helps to confuse cur-
rent issues." For example,
"there is great confusion as to
the stand of the 'true conserva-
tive the 'pseudo-conservative',
the true liberal' and the psuedo-
liberal'."
Common Market pact to which
France, Italy, West Germany, The
Neh?rlands. Belgium and Luxem-
bourg have a Ih t d. He a'so nr<
posed tlie general lines along
which, in Israel's opinion, tin
alks should proceed.
Ot'liniri Israel's t-:r'0ri-'
fi economic tarks, a-d Israel's
close links with Western Europe.
Wr. E'hWol requested "speedy"
scletirn cf the problems facing
Israel since the creation of the
EEC, in view of the fact that
the EEC countries form a major
nrt of the lands to which Israel
directs its experts. He told the
ministers Israel would prefer to
see its prob'ems treated on a
"global basis," and rot "item by
item."
.lean Rey, the so-called "For-
eign v nister" of the EEC, wel-
comed the Isra 1 delegation to the
meeting at the highest level, and
MIDEAST REALITIES URGE DECISION
Pay for Hawks With Own Funds,
Veterans' Commander Suggests
The term "Marxism," he said,
is used "to designate the Social
Democrat.-, of Western Europe with
whom we gel along amicably, as
well as the Chinese Communists,
v ho believe war with the I'.S. is
inevitable." Even the word "dem- Zx\ S&MtaS ? Vrabjtejmblic Syria, and Iraq
ocracy" has lost the precise mean-
in- it once had. Dr. Slawson Stat-
ed,
By Special Report
WASHINGTON National Com-
mander Morton London, of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
this week asked the Department
ol State, in light of developments
in India and Cuba, to facilitate
Israel's acquisition of Hawk de-
li n-ive anti-aircraft missiles by
permitting Israel to pay in local
currencyIsraeli poundsjust as
India has now been permitted to
paj tor arms in rupees.
London, of Teaneck, N.J.. who
returned last month from Israel,
cited the menace to Israel by the
continuing flow of Soviet jet bomb-
, rs and missiles to three Arab
>tat s surrounding Israel, the Unit-
ih.' Israelis alter the mornini
Continued on Page S-A
Hi ruled that UAB jet pilots and
missile technicians are being
trained by the Sine-Soviet bloc, a
Dr. Slawson presented these find-
ings at a press interview on "The
Study of Totalitarianism in the
American School System" held
here in conjunction with the 42nd
annual convention of the National
Council for the Social Studies meet-
ing at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel.
The Council and the American
Jewish Committee were coopera
live participants in the initiation
and publication of "Totalitarian-
ism: New Perspective." by Prof.
William Ebenstein. The book. pub.
lished by Holt, Rinehart and Win-
ston, is a guide tor social studies
teachers.
Dr Slawson said that "an under-
Continued on Page 2 A
DURING VISIT IN ISRAEL
Most of Bundestag Favors
Diplomatic Ties With Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) The majority of Ihc members of th< West
German Bundestag, lower house ol Bonn's Parliament, favor establish-
mci t "i diplomatic relations with Israel. Dr Eugen Gerstenmaier, pres-
ident ol the Bundestag, declared lieu this week.
He sail he discussed that issue
fact 'hat figured in America's : -
i.-:.:i to sell the defensive H- 'Ic
mi>sile to Israel.
According to London, "The
United States cannot expect Is-
rael to be less appreftensi I
ab.-ut a Soviet jet and miss"*
build-up on her borders than e-if
own nation is about the aggres-
sive Soviet weapons provided fo
Fidel Castro." He said tt- e
"the UAR openly proclaims that
they are preparing for the ob-
struction of Israel and are 0)
vicusly being aided, trained, arc*
equipped by the Soviet Union
and its satellites."
In a letter to the Secretar; Stale. London pointed out that 'it
is incredible to expect tiny Israel
to defend herself against the world
Communisl onslaught, as manifest-
ed by the Soviet offensive wear
now poised on her borders, wi 1
out a more realistic approach lo
financing Israel's purchase of s. ;i
a sophisticated defensive weapi s
system as the Hawk."
London pointed out that "A l
meeting of the National Executive
. ommittee last weekend, I was in-
structed to convey to you the feel-
ing of the JWV that, at the very
least, the provisions of the Mutual
Security Act could be applied a
Continued on Page 3-A
BUT SOFT SOAP ALL THE WAY
More Soviet Jews Convicted
For Alleged 'Economic Crimes'
before leaving Bonn with Dr. Kon-
rad Adenauer, Chancellor of Wesl
Germany, and slated that, while
In has as yel not talked about the
subject with officials here, he is
"open i r discussion, and will not
avoid any subject."
Dr, Gerstenmaier, highest Ger-
man official as yet to have visited
iNDON (JTA) Two Soviet
wi ntenced lo d :ath, tw
wen liven heavy pris in
- U-nces, and a number of other
I. ..in .lews were se itenced to
shcrtcr jail terms, all charged
i i ailed "ei onomic crimes,"
ording to information received
.urn the USSR tins week.
i i vovskaya Pravda, a local
n of the Communist Party in
; in the Ukraine, received
reported that the death sen
for alleged "embezzlement
and bribery" were meted oul to
( M. Kitaygorod>ky and S. G.
Skelnik. L. P. Wcizmann was sen
1 I to 15 years' imprisonment
e same mass trial, at Lvov,
K. M. Furman, the fourth
Jew named, was Riven an 11 year
term. Tlie Communist news
1 srphed all of the defen-
dants as "wolves."
The Guardian of Manchester
reported at the same time about
a l- with the situation of Russian Jew-
ry that has appeared in the
Mosccw News, an Engliih-lang-
uage propaganda periodical pub-
lished in the Soviet capital. Evi-
dently reacting to foreign crit-
icisms against the Soviet Uni-n's
policy of repression against
Jews, the article was presum-
ably a "reply" to an in-n.irv
from a person called "Joseph
Hoffman of the United States."
The article stressed that some
Of the USSR'S leading scientists
are Jews, including among these
the recent recipient of the Nobel
i Prize in physics. Dr. Lev David
ovitch Landau. It also noted that
Vcniamin E. Dymshits. just dis-
continued on Page 16-A
wreath on an urr. containing the
ashes of some of the Jewish mar-
tyrs, accordirg to a dispatch
frcm Bonn. Mrs. Gerstenmaier
broke down in tears as she stood
n:xt to her husband during the
solemn ceremony.
As the Bundestag president left
-ra.d lince iho establishment of th site. Bonn reported, he saw a
the State arrived heir this week, group of German youths, coming
Hi- first act in the country was lu sec the memorial, and told the
lo visit with his wife, who accom- young Germans: "Go and sec the
panics him. the Yad Vashem mem- German shame I am not a sou
orial to the 6.000.000 Jewish mar- man. but the sights here make me
tyrs Who had died as a result of wonder whether it is possible to
the Nazi holocaust.
Dr. Gerstenmaier's final act
before leaving Germany for Is-
rael was to visit a mass grave
near his home, where he laid a
hasten Jewish forgiveness of the
German nation."
in an address at the Hebrew
University, Dr. Gerstenmaier said
Continued on Page 11 A
MORTON LONDON
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Home of Aged to Launch Expansion
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the Ablin Memorial unit of the Jew
Miami will take place this Sunday 2
52nd St., Miami.
This 17th annual meeting of the
Home will launch an expansion
program to increase the Home's
capacity from 105 to 210 beds,
with 15 additional infirmary beds
for those who become acutely ill
The Sunday event will begin the
the $1,000,000 capital expansion of
ish Home for the Aged of Greater
pm at Douglas Gardens. 131 NE
transformation of Douglas Gar-
dens into the largest voluntary,
non-profit institution for the well
and sick aged in the entire state.
It will also begin the culmination
of the unique matter architectur-
al plan blueprinted jointly by tV-t
Home and the Greater Miar-
Jewish Federation almost 10
years ago.
"We are expecting more than
1.000 persons from Dade and
Broward counties at our ceremon.
ies this Sunday afternoon." Judg
Irving Cypen, Home president
Continued on Page fcA
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November 30. 1962
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Page 3-A
on
ida ADL Annual Meeting
View Prominent Issues Hare
Israel's Armed Forces Chief to Speak
At JNF Me Ami Dedication Banquet
iri,!:i board of the
ion League of B'nai
mend to the national
or not file a brief
support 'f appeals
-,. conviction by South-
demonstrator! against
don ;,t lunch counters and
,nd hi her vital questions
discussed at the business
ie annual meeting of
board of the Anti-De-
ague of B'nai B'rith
the Algiers hotel.
I eating in the discussion
I George J. Talianoff, for-
n^irman of the Florida re-
el of the ADL; and
v'ton A. Friedman, vice
' the Florida regional
. luled .it tli*- annual
aj i- "A Second Look
ol Religion in the
Featured wffll be Btir-
, fiairman of the Flori-
.iiid a member of the
\i cutive committee of
i Paul Seiderman, for-
board chairman
ieon session at noon,
: Sober! King High
the ADL's annutil
Vbess Awar I in Human
lirman. chairman of
mmittee, said that "in
e of Mayor High, our
. considered his unique
assador without port-
Latin American neigh-
mag* as the personifica-
c- Pan-American friendship
- oerstanding is especially
it -igful today, when mutual
BETH DIN OFFICE
;-Bi DR. T.bOR H. STE.1N
Michigan Ave., Miami Beoch
11969 JE 1-6150
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trust among Americans is being
tested in the cruc;ble of Carib-
bean tensions."
Particularly, the Abess Award
will recognize Mayor High for his
contribution to the problem sur-
rounding the peaceful desegrega-
tion of downtown lunch counter
facilities, "a process that caused so
much ill-will, hostility, and litiga-
tion elsewhere in the South."' and
"lor his wise an:! progressive
handling of a difficult situation."'
(iucst speaker at the luncheon
session will be Herman Kdelsberg.
legislative representative of the
national Anti-Defamation League.
who i- expected to fly here from
Washington especially t>>r the
i \ en).
Edelsberg is an authority on
the American Congress and Gov-
ernment. He has the responsi-
bility of transmitting the inter-
ests of the American Jewish com-
munity to the Congress and to
the Government, and of inter-
preting the Congressional scene
to the Jewish community for the
Anti-Defamation League.
.lack Fink, nominating committee
chairman, will present a slate of
i [ficers for election.
Nominated for a second term a<
beard chairman is Burnett Koth
Succeeding Judge Milton Friedman
and Sam I. Silver, who have serv-
ed maximum terms in office as
the League's Dade county vice
chairmen, are two new officers,
William L. Pallot and Henry E.
Wolff. Friedman and Silver join
past officers Benjamin Meyers and
George J Talianoff as trustees.
Chairman of the board of trustees
! i- Paul Seiderman.
Al L. Schneider, president of
the Jacksonville Jewish Commun*
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 Ms
Home Owned
Home Operate*
Gen. i.hami Bar Lev. eommandei
of the armed forces ol the State
ol Israel, will be guest speaker at
a banquet hosted by the Greater
Miami Council of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund on Dec. 9 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The function, to highlight the
Me Ami dedication, will honor the
recent ceremony that launched this
community's twin city in Israel.
A pilgrimage of distinguished
community leaders here left Oct.
Zi to take part in the event. Me
Ami. the newest of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund border settlements, is
being established on the Jordan-
ian border in Israel's region known
as Givot Iron.
"It is only fitting that the com-
mane'er of Israel's armed forces
should be guest speaker at our
Me Ami banquet," said Leon Ell,
president of the Greater Miami
JNF Council, "for Me Ami has
been established to strengthen
the security of the young na-
tion."
Ell said that Me Ami will be the
most important settlement in a
chain of 18 such frontier strong-
holds to bolster Israel's border.
Gen. Lev is a veteran of Pal-
mach, who rose from the ranks to
become chief of Israel's armed
forces. He is a veteran of the War
ol Independence and the Sinai
campaign, and was credited with
capturing Rafah and El-Arish, fin-
ally stopping at the Suez Canal.
GEN. BAR LEV
Democratic Club
Will Nominate
Nominating committee of the
Democratic club of Miami Beach
will present the slate of officers
for 1963 ai a meeting Wednesday
evening at the Sea Isle Hotel.
Election will be held at the meet-
ing mi Wednesday evening, Dec.
IS, at the club's headquarters "in
the Sea Isle.
President of the organization is
Wally Cluck.
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Continued from Page 1-A
the United Arab Republic and oth-
ers who use money made available
to them through American assis-
tance, in other directionsto buy
of tensive weapons from the Soviet
L'nion and their Satellites.
first year in office as chairman
of the policy-making executive
committee, was renominated to his
post. The office of treasurer, held
by Jack Kink, will again receive
B'nai B'rith leader's name In
m mination, and Nate Perlmutter,
DL's exe< utive director for Flor-
was renominated as si
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Volume 35 Number 48
Friday. November 30. 1962
3 Kislav 5723
The Aged Home Expands
The dedicated purpose of the Jewish Home
.: the Aqed toward the achievement ot a
ode! institution serving the needs oi the com-
unity's elderly will receive another boost up
: ..nday.
At 2 p.m. officials, residents, and friends
. the Home will gather to bieak qiound tor
near million dollar improvement and ex-
msion program.
More than SSOO.000 will shortly begin
| during into the addition of two new floors to
g Fack Ablin Memorial Bldg. To
e community this will mean a new bed
. apac -y at the Jewish Home for the Ageoi
-_5 o: an increase of 120 beds ovei the pies-
.: I.'.- :-o.is .u::-:.'.iy se:v.:;g as ihe living
toilers for our Jewish community's institu-
nalized .--aed.
No one suggests that the outcome will be
e total answer to Greater Miami Jewry's
t ei-pressing needs in the area of care for
CJX senior citizens. But the new facilities, the
..growth of a master plan of expansion en-
sioned nearly a decade ago when the Jack
Ablin Memorial was first erected, are the re-
ialt of an orderly process of moving to meet
v ese needs by anticipating them and plan-
i ng ahead.
In this regard, the launching of the ex-
. ansior. program Sunday is a u^ule coin to
V.e Home leadership and the leadership of
(sM Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under
whose joint auspices the program was laid out
sad launched; for Federation symbolizes
Greater Miami Jewry's organized welfare and
i. asaatutarian purpose, and the Jewish Home
. r the Aged is a central facet of this purpose.
The groundbreaking Sunday is a sigrufi-
: nnt step forward tor the Home and the com-
unity. But we aze certain that, as in the
;ast it is only another step. Better things tor
cir institutionclized aged are already being
: -earned in the minds of the leaders of Miami's
>wish Home for the Aged. One day, they
-.11 be a reality.
The ADL's Annual Meeting
The cnr.ua: rr.eeting oi the Fioridc region
the Ar.u-Deiarnation League of B'nai B'rith
; -. Sunday should as in the past, provide the
;.-kg:cur.d for a lot of interesting discussion.
Dwing the pest year the activities of the
Jiorida ADL have figured p:eminently in the
ews or. a number of occasions from the
Nazi picketlir.es set up by George Lincoln
Rockwell s r.e:-..h:r.en on West Flac'.e: St., to
e role it plcyed herclded by the Dade
. unty State Attorney s Office in the expos-
-e, trial, and conviction c: several local hate-
l .--mbers.
Jewish civf: libertarian ot^aiiitations are
day perform.r.g vanguard service in the
ena of battle ac B forces of bigotry.
"- cat o: t. .< involve* c positive approach to-
aid the achieverr.e:.: c: ::-.te:gioup under-
i amiing through a variety oi educational pro-
. rams ir. the ele:r.e:.t< c: basic American
tocracy.
Lr. these ar.i ethers .-.'.. dedicated to the
ireservur.Dn of our pt of the dig-
ily o: t.-.e tree .r.v. e A:.:.Oetama-
--;-. LeogtM a) B*B0D 5 :.:.-. sOOC
y -? j r:??~;-rr.: organixanoa
The sess.cr-s Sunday will shed further
:'- i ADL's sontinauag eBorta lo protect
- na preserve the rights .:. a American
-:::.::. with the programs
bob-.-. aon-
Tl a ADL
:r:ve -r z: of the
--.m L Abess A\< Human
Boberl Kino, H
_-.e coma
to: .:
^-:; V'^ -
Sfii^--
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during the week
... as i stril
by LEO MINDLIN
JFCS Looks io Future
Jewish Family and Children's Service sev-
eral weeks ago announced the resumption of
the agency's Homemakt* Service. Although
community need repeatedly demonstrated its
value, budgetary limitations forced suspen-
sion of the program some two years back.
The homemaker is a capable woman
who. under professional supervision, helps
keep families together through acute periods
of crisis.
That this JFCS program has been resum-
ed is less a sign of the bettering of Dade
county's welfare fund climate than of t he
agency's determination to meet community
need within the major arena of its professional
responsibility.
Also announced by JFCS was the estab-
lishment in 1963 of the first group treatment
home for emotionally disturbed children in the
Southeast area of the United States, which will
be operated in conjunction with Jewish Chil-
dren's Service, a regional child welfare agency
in Atlanta. Ga.
Primary purpose will be to deal with the
disturbed child who can not profit from treat-
ment while remaining in the atmospheie of
intense conflict in his own home.
This newest JFCS service will be a major
prefect of the now one-yeai-old Women's Com-
mittee of the agency
The Women's Committee will hold a
'Family Life" conference at the Evergl
Hotel on Tuesday.
Preservation of family life the prevention
cf family breakdown -these aie principal goals
of Jewish Family and Children Service. They
are the principal goals ot every forward-look-
ing, community.
Sad Reality of Politics
Do American lews savoi theii differei
oi do they genuinely seek a positive
soit of integration within the American
munity at large!
Thero are advocates lot eai h side of the
question bul the answei sems lo lie .
where in between Am.mi, an lew m
Uve and equal acceptance as American cit
and they do nol wan! Iheii ludaism lo
are with the achievement ol ihis statin*
All ol whit h ii k ua 0| .... ,,,,, u,,,, ,no
rial poll whii h seem i l< ;. i
foi lews In Ihe ele< lion ol Pr dei
nedj q lo advam I
ition Into Ihe Amoi

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JO REPORT an ;|dress
Abba Eban i>. t0 .^
pelled to rt'poat verbatim; ^1
Mr. Kban's tslks. at least jjJ
those I have heard and tW
have been many, are large),
liquid prose falling jUS| ^
of-poetry. Mndeed. it frr-qnne
ly matters littl. nat j|t
Khan says because Ihe music
of his oratory seen, Mitficiem.
ly strong to sweep up and carry away his audience in a melliiluooi
flow of words unrelated to the communicative purpose f rwMi
speaking. That h.' also, however, makes eminent sense proiwt
Mr Khan into the foreground as his government's most distinguity
spokesman abroad.
It hardly detracted from his status Saturday night that he is
longer Israel's Ambassador to the United States and United Nations
that he is now n more "lowly" Minister of Education and Culture,
and thus berefl ol the frequency ol distinguished diplomatic contact
his previous wst implicit!) suggested. For when Abba I tan nwi
once again in Miami to speak at ..n Israel Bond tribute in honor d
Joseph Lipton. he automatically invested his remark- with all the
weight of history and aura of prophecy to which h;- ,, lor
ever hen
And this, I supposi has ah', ays been Mr. Eban's
Iribution to Ins roh as a symbol of modern Israel U .. ^ t
by the magic of pros* to elevate the mundane elei
- Ihe statistics of commerce and -:.
ess implying divini ( nd the justifical i
: bj Bll
-: -: <
Thf BROODING V/fW Of ISKitlS SIZl
AN SATURDAY NIGHT, Mr jed far and a
eel to the But bis fi
set within thi I I If j eai i sinci
.........< : post as Minister
thi mark the hial red: n an i u
confines of gravity \r. ssful orbiting of Sputnik
speed with whicl pies of thi world have \-
ndent state.-.
In a kind of justifical I ': inanity's nationalist.,
Mr Eban rously noted that the rush of contempor..
tends to make sport of Prof. Arnold Toynbee's 12-volume historj m|
two-volume index in whose pages are repudiated as
and archaic' the borderlines, governments, and "o Tnxltirl
ideologies in conflict from which an ugly World War II ei rgedl
bring man to his near self destruction Israel, he said. Was the 5W|
member to join the United Nations. That was in 1949; today, littkl
more than a decade later there are 110. Of this Ineressc 36
from his last visit here.
But if Mr. Eban sought to justify the increasing probieraL>!i i
men into a steadily broadening array of s#w goverametr- :?
senting their impulses toward freedom, he did so at otber uji'
means of placing Israel's own experience into the perspective
histonc necessity For more than fantastic scientific progr -,-
nationalistic explositions have marked the three and a ha.: yeai
since Mr. Eban last btd oj good-bye here What emerged in his:
Saturday night was a brooding need to look upon Israel's phys
smsOness and to address himself to the point as I have trd
Israeli leader eser do before.
: :- :
THt CONTINUING QUISTION Of UCUKITT
TO BE SURE, there was the light touch. About a do: oft*
world's new states Mr Eban said, are smaller than Israeli
population, -but only three nations have shown us the g- e to aj
smaller in territory." Neither did size, he conceded, necettinl
relate to the greatness of a people, the voice of Judea s : rophetr
shepherds survived the crumbling splendor of the gigar.t eesM
that once surrounded her. some 100.00 Athenians forged an ^eSSfM
philosophy i has sinct equalled, and it was :: ;r-.i-.-
effulgence I i nstituti ... genius" in the history of ma
rise to the Unit, I States t ol Ux 13 small ( tues
itern seaboard.
In addition, declared Mr Eban in the passing tim< I
last lood-bye, "never have Israel's securit) and freed
' in the cono lion's leaders a devel at ^
uhich he remark. ...... ., obser%atio-- .-->out the
Middh i K'asnington's decision t bed Isra< defensi capacity with Hawk missiles "Bel thi ao e
be said, thai [si ..: and ect
has made any impression en our n<.
words on the 'fir.-: .
And il Has here that Israi -.. emerged si i
1 : .....r th< -':. Ii ... of deterrence in] lies the ;
l'1''"- ,- "' <' them. Mr Ebea noted A ** *
map. hi d's conssdershle weal m u*
i egard,
: -: :-
A DISTUKBING THOUGHT SfMA/MS
JUT WE MUST, be -.
B
o: -'
world." so well illustrated b> the fact tbat daU]
(,"u'' I ran hear thi \ street noises of oki J.: Sald
Mr Eban "We are a beleaguered nanoi les**]
900 tune- our geo iraphj and 45 times illation "
Hoe has an Isn i qq people h.
rab onslau hi spearheadu I potentwl sweep of W.....'
' qualit) ol Israel's cultural intellectual
^"i has been his governn
... R
I
'
- a uimersii) ., h .,
the qualit) ol leUectual. i
............ >-..,. (vvernn
Image fm Ihe newl) i Uian
ill Ihe lhr< i
ml Ihe v\\
Ne\erlheli he caul
Continued on Pf i-A


iiJay. November 30, 1962
rJfnistiFkxridirir
Pace 5-A
Israel Opens Talks for Common Market Links
IABJI H. LOUIS ROTTMAH
)NCR RABBI ROTTMAN
sivta Dinner
Hear Noted
>sh Yeshiva'
i 300 persons arc ex-
i ,i ihc second annual
. : High School schol-
ar Sunday, 6 p.m al
- Hotel, according to
mmittee chairman, Alex.
', ( o\ ilz
: ii Louis Rottman, vice
.' and a founder of the
which is in its second
. i full scale operation, will
i honor. Rabbi Rottman
cited for "helping pioneer
.. 5ivta High School, the only
Jewish senior high school
rT Baltimore." The Mesivta
, Hebrew and academic
- Mr more than 30 students.
\ibbi Rottman, a 19S4 grad-
e Of Hebrew Theological Col-
| e of Chicago, has bean the
ritual leader af Beth Israel
eno.ition for e:ght years.
n| Mordecai Gifler, dean and
Ves-hira" of the Rabbinical
of Tel she m Cleveland,
I .t speaker. Baltimore-
, Gift i studied in Tel-
i, prior to World War
s a l iilmudic commentary
has also published
ation .mil
r ill speak on
Jewish Education in the

.....Ia< ques will be pre-
i founders
i a remonies, Leo
: honorary chairman, will
i peninj greetings
-.udents af the Mesivta
lake par! in addressing
group. David Shapiro
i r the invocation; Melvin
icdiction; and Robert
speaking on behalf of
'(nt body
ivta High School, located
Normandy Isle, provides
ing facilities for all stu-
f who attend on either
|om plots or partial scholarship.
n.in of the arrangements
ttee is Louis Pollack and co-
n, Mrs Helen Berger.
serving on the committee
' i Berger, Jerome Bicnen-
Kabbi Jonah Caplan, Abe
Hyman (ialbui, Martin Gen-
try Croudan, Mrs. Philip
Milton Kahn. Mrs. Harry
Marvin Lipman. Dr. Irwin
Itovsky, Harry Rosen. Harry
erg, Murray Rosenberg.
- hachno, Jerry Schechter,
ern, Morris WaUlman, and
iss
Continued from Page 1-A
sion. Then the two sides, in the
ibsencc of both Mr. Eshkol and
Mr. Rev, got down to a working
tession at which plans wore map
Ded for further talks to get under
way later.
It had previously been indicated
?hat. if the proposed Israeli link
were to be cons:dered "item by
Item." a total of more than 100
separate items would haw to be
xamincd, The afternoon meeting
lecided to form several commit-
'ees which v ill look irto various
ohasos of th i i rail nmblem. In
the absence of Mr. Eshkol, Ihe
Israel delegation was to be headed
li> Amiel Na;ar, Israel's Ambassa-
dor tc both Belgium and the EEC.
Mr, Eshkol was to return to Israel
\\ edncsday.
The strength ol Israel's delega-
tion, and its all-encompassing
character, was indicated by a
breakdown showing that, among
the members r>f t^c pi'inn who
come bore with Mr. Eshkol, are
ranking experts Irom Israel's Min-
t's of Finance Commerce and
industry. Agriculture'; and Foreign
Affairs.
Prior to the morning meeting,
Mr. Eshkol told a news confer-
ence that Israel would like an
association with Euromart sim-
ilar to that already granted to
Greece. "We would press," he
said, "for an arrangement that
would enable us to sell our pro-
ducts ar.d services in Weste-n
Europe. We do not exclude any
possible association for reach'' .1
an arrangement with the Com-
mon Market."
In rep!) to questions, Mr Esh-
kol declared that Israel will not
ask for financial aid or subsidies
"because, by row. Israel can rely
on private investments to build its
economy." He declined to discuss
the possibility of Israel entering a
customs union with the EEC.
"Israel." he continued, "is con-
front .1 by a very serious problem.
We must d"velop a modern econ-
omy, and have already embarked
on large scale industrialization and
development of our agriculture
LCVI [SHKOi
. complex presentation
at Brussels of the long-awaited i
gotiatlons between Israel and tl
European Economic Community
foi a link between Israel and th
European Common Market wa
underscored in London b\ the 1
tentii n given the Brus tIs talks I 1
The Times oi London and the I
11 Times.
"Britain's -i;.k-.- in the negot.
li.'n.- the Times of Lond >n stati tl
- reflected in the trade figur
The 'nited Kingdom < xports to 1
rael I isl yi ar were over 27 000,0 I
p unds sterling [$75 1
imports were 17,750.000 pounds
si >rliug ($33 700.000 Bril tra
new / per noted, 1 ankeel .!> I
hind the United Stat< s as 1 :i ii
porter from Israel and only behii tl
Wesl Germany as a supplier
Israel.
which can give us the possibilitv of Cify oi Hope Party
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Friday. November 3C
How UFWF Views Welfare Future
if <
's-
FTA
: this port, as w Bernstein rei
es of Chiej s i rention I the <''
Vs to under- tei ffair< and 'in
" Synagogue R ns <>l
- \>w York Federation Thcsi
' shop participant!
problem of multiple
' must concern and the role ol gifts of
necessi rives and bj ; in support
l
' side the s
n programs
munitj ations.
.... immon
tederatioi
DIPLOMAT'
;
.......
si
eral S pita and
5 $80 ]
> federal gone as
2S per cent a
... ...
Ihers -
i
He said that the f.ni'rgs indi-
cated that mere enhortation was
not alone the answer and that
efforts must be made to pin-
point the key areas such as or-
caniiation solicitation methods
and particularly the effective-
ress cf volunteer fund solicitors
whose understanding and thor-
oughness rather than the gen-
e-e cf contributors often de-
termines the lev el of gifts
7 .
Workshop participants noted
that what voluntary agencies
must do and whar their programs
cost are greatly affected by what
governmental agencies do. It
was emchasiied that the pass-
age cf tht public welfare amend-
merts of 1962 had opened an op-
portunity for a major break-
through in replacing continued re-
lief with rehab'litation family
service and independence.
.......
ning so thai
Community relations were
viewed by the workshops -n the
cortext cf both national and local
cooperation. Closer ties with oth-
er communal agencies at the
natio-al levels was stressed. At
the local level, participants con-
kered t+.e impact of commun-
ity relations on all federation
agencies through their particiryi-
t:cn in united funds and com-
munity chests, councils of social
agencies and in public welfare
concerns.
r phase of s
ed at thi
" t ion of I
Re- ; .... ...


tress
as
-
...
forks 'Hod
"*" I. Jse of "tax funds for sectai s rj ass mila ii j Lehrman ol
' '- ma administrative research oi
-
-
the
issues ol ross
At the Southeast region, Zionist Organization of America|
function Sunday eveninq at the Diplomat Hotel c
right1 Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit2 ot Daytona Beach, v.h
benediction; Eer. R. Winick, toastmaster of Knoxville
Rabbi Leon Krcnish, of Tempie Beth Sholom, who
the gues: speaker; Rabbi Max Nussbaum, national ;.-
of the ZOA; Samuel Friedland, honorary
Mortimei May past national president. ZOA. In I
is Berncrd Kctz. member of the Nat.cnal Exe itivi
c: the Zionist Organization of America.
Dr. Nussbaum Warns U.S. Jewry
Against Growing Danger of Assimi'atio
Some 9 eaders I : ater Mi- Gil H ;
Jewrj heard Dr Max Suss lor of th. 5outheai
t m. Zionist Orgai
1 ihebanqu
lion Dr. Ir
v ------ j I
t .-- :.---. as. Spa :es are :
rtal r problems.
I u'utior. research is beinc ur.-
** --- i y*- rtal ....... Q -"' -ticaliv a:
total locel ai I rational levels.
to^ Means of pr -.ore financing
mow thai -search are being studied
Special avenues of closer coUab-
er.; n oration between federations ana
..- ties, proposals of
the political I
.... an i El Miami !'. ach. : Ra
rt with a plaqui
il) of closer ra- i""".' tion from lb< Southi regie
cal cooperation be- Dr Nussbaum, guest at Preci .., Mr
eei the various acer.cies and *.. grand banquet which closed the >jmuel Friedland wei its
nitj relati as rganizatioi ,j conference of the delegates and Greater
- agreed that federa- s region of tin Z -' Or- ish leaders at a pi
hav< respoasabilit) for plan- ol America last week- party in hocnr of Dr '. ssbaum
coordinating th< great ei th< Diplomat Hotel, pointed the Diploma:.
tarietj .:' institutional and non-in- oul n o( American A;^ ,, .
;'.red'a: the --r^,* developed for n lack of Hebre* eiuca- ram
the aged t isnrt that people will tior es between the v hu mtrrKjUC,
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
East -.
Arab quai
ugns

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nust
p --. --
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gap s
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whirl) s and <
- the first law of
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ho s
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ered to 1
i for 1 -
need
These include casework, coun-
seling, homemaker service, home
medical ami nursing care,
friendly visiting employment
sheltered workshops, recreation,
housing, boarding homes, hospi-
tals, nursing homes and institu-
tions for the aged
-' services they specifically > peoph of th< L'niu Bi-n Ciller, chairman I
and i a-area: th: R u/inici b wa- is'i
Maj .^aj
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..... by 1
: i
ZOA

ent of 1
...
Dai

I
SHERATOI
Jeuisl
con-
text of tol respons
\ tly related to I
afti rt Bins De- con il fed
spite I mat -
goes primarily for central s< rvices
f security. schools of various
in | sen-ices ii
previ among Is -
-.-
; ; fell
ing security j parent educai t is
spiril ... .'- coi i the Stal
-
Discussing the important role
that American Jewry is playing
in Israel today, and stressing the
need for a strong Jewish com-
munity -n the United States to
supciort 'he Jewish State. Dr.
Nussbaum also urged the prompt
fulfilling of the need for imme-
diate mob'!nation of the Ameri-
can Jewish community through
the Zicnijt Organixation of Amer-
ica, "ami making American Jew-
ry aware of the present political
difficulties facing Israel in the
United Nations regarding the
Arab Refugee problem.
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RENOWNED JOURNALIST TAKES POPULAR WRITER TO TASK
Does Harry Golden See U.S. Jews as They Are?
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By NATHAN ZIFRIN
ivi never in life met Har-
i, Jden, ill..u [h I have a re ol
hat our ]> i '.- maj have
.....i in oui days on the
i .,. li" er, the more I
: H irrj Goli i he more I am
i,. i \. i n ive li aversed
pat! en t'. or
i ur c>es i'i n\ei ged ....
sigh I
i ilt n, il h best-si llin
nci i mirai le
ptiviij has i reated an
ol himself .,- .. great wit,
i r .iii.l an i xpert in Jew
n on the Easl Side, I am
lo i once li there is merit
i putation ..- i 'it an poss
. at thii ker 1 know noth-
his scholarship, but he sim-
ers me when ho tries to
4 the East Si :'- nh what even
have accepted as an authen-
pi' but which, in reality, is
lj lacking in authenticity but
With the exception of a story or
two in his "Only in America,"
Golden has r.ot added an iota to
the legend and story that was this
writer's hunting ground during
the best years of his life. Golden
of course is entitled to write as
he pleises and, in fact, the title
of this piece is derived from his
latest book (World), but this writ-
er feels he must not go unchall-
erged when he hands out nonsense
about the East Side under the
pietens;on that he is telling the
' u'h. hs whole truth and noth-
ing but the truth.
..I then i- flash of thai
or thai .' is the Easl
ny da) I s day, but in
tanci i' singular!) fail
As I iii ; es of
latest b >ok l found a
'aring the intri iu ng rap
m "The Yiddish Stage," but when
, finish) d reading it I felt that it
have U'li even an uninform
reader somewhat deceived,
it [ant; I i stories about
Yidd -h sta ip and truth,
Golden skirts them er else he
. nplj una u I their exist-
Elsewhi as ribes the
Siders "inoi u ate love for
in the cob" i" .. tradition that
5 stricllj
:,, an foi i immigrants
'Ghetto Pillow'
To be Shown
\ film, "The Ghetto Pillow."
I featured .it two open meet-
sponsored bj the Bureau of
ii ation through its Jew-
Month committee headed
\ Sherman
picture U ill I ShOW II I'll
B p.m., at the Oceanfronl
r im. 10th st and Ocean Dr
ram will also include dry
readings bj Mrs. Alfred
and a description of "shtetl"
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth
e Congregation,
film will be shown again on
!aj. h p m at the auditor-
remple Menorah. The
ill be Rabbi Mayer
t/. Ol Temple Men.ii.iii.
Beth Torah Plans
Minstrial Comedy
iredictable results >>( the
firsl manni expedition to
Mars is the theme ol
I verybod) a three act
comedy scheduled by
Beth Torah Congi
North Miami Beach
\'. original production, "isn't
i odj u.i- authori .1 by
Jack Lavin, George Katzman ami
bi ims, an.i featurea original
and lyrics Sidney Garson,
er of the Hollywood Little
.ire. is director The produc-
ts under the overall aupervis-
"i Adrian Kaufman.
The musical, featuring a east of
"'' performers, will be presented
Jan, 2 and 27 in Beth Torah Audi-
f "num. All proceeds will be do-
nated to the temple building fund,
HARRY GOLDEN
. strained Wev
On the occasion of the na-
tional celebration of Jewish Book
Month, noted Jewish columnist,
Nathan Ziprin, whose by-line is
long familiar to readers of The
Jewish Floridian, east- a criti-
cal eye on a colleague, Harry
Golden, whose popular name
and hook titles need no intro-
duction anywhere.
ol those days in tact already had
with an eat my ac (uaintance
corn it ihej did not have
il on th cob it was b < m: i
:- r v as ,i luxury in thi I *ns
came from.
i icteri tic ol Golden's
tiors i [he East Sidi
t> ". l recently :. ad in o ic
1 \'ew Yorl i papei I
'i r lati thai J< *ish h l
1 ii -. up on the Easl Side
' re i i ht ip bj their parents
i lo r. money to beggars he-
mendicants h re hid len
ir llioi a res Where di Golden
I' arn abo t thai Jev ish virtue? The
truth is that almsgiving, the true
mark of humanity in the shtetlech
whence the Immigrants came, was
carried over by our new comers as
a precious gift, as sacred as tall-
ith tfillim and candlesticks. To
give was a mitzvah which even the
unbelieving Jews were wont to
practice.
In those day.-. Jewish storekeep-
ers on opening their doors would
put a-ide a supply of pennies so
that no one who stretched out a
hand in begging would be turned
away. The beggar was never
loathed in Jewish life, our moth
ers in those days not only never
taught us to shj away from beg-
Bars, in fact Ihej would consi ler
themselves remiss it they did not
remind us from time to lime that
the beggar in the street may car
ry the see ol Me -.ah. or thai he
h the Prophet dis.
ed In ;. or one of the
Lan ed V v 33) i-m Idikim who car
i'U -den ol the world on theii
hai nched -'.. I<
Another recent piece by Golden
dca ? with teards and wigs. He
tel's us that hi those days, "we,
the children of the i immigrants,
shamed cur Orr-odcx fathers into
ihavir.g off the fccerd as if
Crlhocoxy could h* "sSamed"
into char.girg. In those days
mest new immigrants had al-
ready shec" their beards, not in
the'r own towns but in the port
cities and on the boats. Most of
them had escaped the religious
rigor of \h? sma" towns. Many
of them had already savored of
the new age that was being ush-
ered in by the twentieth century.
Of 'he deeply religious, few had
yet ccme to America. That was
to happen later, though in cur-
tailed waves. The Orthodox who
came with beards mostly kept
the mintact, and Ihe shkotzim of
all brands of that time will at-
test to it even toc'ay.
Golden would also have us be-
in ve thai the young people of those
days were so embarrassed by their
sheitel-wearing (wigs) mothers that
they would till the letters-tot he-
editor column of Ihe Jewish press
wi h "distressing plea.-" that they
advise their mothers t give up the
shekel. Imagine the "radical"
Forward of those days giving ad-
i ice to i irthi do n women ho I
ed at the paper as upon chazzir
and who probably had no use lor
it except to cover floors after wash-
ing. Surely the Tageblatt, an Orth-
odox paper, would not do the bid-
i i the young complainants,
nor Ihe equally Orthodox Morning
J\ urnal < >l < ourse thi n wi rt let-
t. is to the e Iii r. I ul bj "relig-
Is who were looking
to light up their to
; en.
'I heie .' -i- adia i< c on the East
and color and tradition, the
: 5 of teed;',4 the family, and
the pain of ad ustment, and the will
learn, to become Americanized
while not yielding to 'he fleshnot
.' assimilation There were the
institutions of learning a burgeon-
ing of culture, foundations in uepUi
and ladders going up to heaven.
These, ala.-. Golden ncre touched.
Rabbi Skop
Discusses Bialik
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shirah,
was the guest speaker in Forum
Series, "Giants in Jewish Litera-
ture."
His topic was "Hayim Naehman
Bialik: Hebrew Poet Laureate."
The lecture was held on Tues-
day evening at Beth David in con-
junction with the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education of Greater Miami.
Solomon Carvalho-path finder in the far west
Today, when Man stands poised on the
,-im of pi e, it's hard to visualize the
n 'it that surrounded Colonel Fre-
mont's expl ring venture in 185 l. In the
Autumn of th I year, Fremont, later to
be tl Republican presidential
nominee, started across the Rockj Moun-
md-in-command was Solo-
mon Xune- Carvalho.
n N. Carvalho was a successful
.. ..,,.,; i mont a.-ked him to join
the exploring p irty. In accepting,
Carvalho. a close friend of Fremont s,
i ..me the first artist ever appointed to
such an expedition as well as the first
nun ever to photograph the Far \\ est.
Five months went by without any
word from the expedition. Finally a
loiter from Carvalho informed the anx-
world that, after incredible hard-
ships, the Fremont expedition bad
arrived in Utah, one member ol the
pans, however, had died of starvation!
In his book. "Incident and Travel in
the Far West," Carvalho gives the only
eyewitness account of the terrible jour-
ney. Once, only Carvalho's skill with the
six gun saved the party from annihila-
tion by a band of hostile Indian-. Setting
lip a target, Carvalho eoolly placed six
consecutive shot.- in the bull's-eye,
Carvalho's indomitable will and d<
tion to duty are revealed in this pa
from his book: "The great secret ..of
my untiring perseverance and continued
ess was that my how r was pledged
to Col. Fremont to perform certain
duties, and 1 would rather have died than
not to have redeemed it."
Solomon Carvalho redeemed his pledge
all right in the snowj wilderness of the
Rocky Mountains. But, perhaps more
important, his collaboration with Fre-
mont was a significant factor in stimu-
lating the westward wave of immigra-
tion that developed the Far West.
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Friday, November 30. 1962
Near Million Home of Aged Expansion Set
i
Groundbreaking to Take
Place Sunday Afternocs?
1,000 Expected to Attend
"Tiree outstanding leaders of the Jewish Home Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president, and
jr the Aged develop plans for achieving the chciiman oi the building campaign, and
: ui'.ding campaign goal of S800.000. Left to J.idge Irving Cypen, president.
gh! are Col. Jacob M. Arvey, vice president.
ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS A TRIUMPH OF UTILITY
Exciting New Facilities Will Add
Two Floors and 120 Beds to Home
Some 1.000 persons through
juth Florida are expected to at-
tend the groundbreaking cere-
nonies Sunday for the nearly SI
iilliuo expansion program at the
ewish Home for the Aged here.
I. S. Loewenberg. of Chicago,
rchitect is the foremost de-
igner of institutions for the
ged in the nation. He is vice
..resident of the Council of Jew-
>h Federations and Welfare
:,unds. on the board of the Na-
tional Council on the Aging, and
armer chairman of the commun-
'y planning committee of the Chi-
ago Jewish Federation,
lrvin Korach. of Smith and
Corach. Miami, associate arCh-
;cct. is noted also for his
nstitutional work. Smith and
Korach have been the architects
or Mt. Sinai Hospital. Cedars of
Ix-banon. and are now designing
ne new Veterans Hospital.
Groundbreaking Sunday will
ave the way to boost the Home's
present l05-be capacity to a
much-needed 225 beds here. Other
architectural highlights included
in the new expansion program
are:
The present one-story Ablin
Memorial is to be lengthened
eastward toward NE 2n*d ave., by
120 feet, making for a complete,
overall length of 385 feet. The
first floor of the new addition will
house the new lobby and adminis-
trative office, as well as a geria-
tric library and meeting room.
Two additional floors are
being built for the entire new
overall length of 385 feet.
The present one-story Ablin
Memorial has 16.000 square feet.
The expansion will add 47,000
square feet for a total of 63.000
feet
The building will be fire
proof throughout, and there will
18 PERSONS TO BE PRESENTED
17th Annual Meeting Wiii
Elect Members of Board
be the additional safeguard of a
sprinkler system.
There will be reverse cycle
air-conditioning throughout.
There will be two passenger
and one service elevators.
The second and third floors
each will have a total of 59 beds,
with 23 beds in private rooms, 32
in 16 semi-private rooms, and one
four-bed ward,
There will be an audiovis-
ual system operating between all
rooms and the nurses stations,
and there will be provision for
oxygen in each room.
There will be two nurses
stations, three recreation and TV
rooms, a dining mom and diet
kitchen, and a sun porch on the
second and third floors.
All windows throughout the
three-story building will have
aluminum solar shades, which
Continued en Pagt 10 A
Ccnt'nued from F,?c 1-A
man of the meeting, said
rhis is an histi rii event for the
Home and the community." Cypen
continued, "because of the unre-
lenting pressures for additional
i e ;- ue to the 65 and over popu-
explosion is South Flori-
da."
In addition to doubling the
number ol beds, the plans pro-
for greatly enlarged facili-
ties and services Not only will
physical therapy and other pres-
ently-existing rehabilitative ser
vices be expanded considerably,
but the enlarged Ablin Memorial
w ill also house a completely nou
and fully-equipped occupational
therapy porgram.
Through medically prescribed
work and under the supervision
of a trained occupational thera-
pist, this new rehabilitative ser-
vice will be invaluable in our pro-
gram of restoration of the self-
help capacities of the handicap-
ped residents of Douglas Gar-
dens.'" Judge Cypen added
What a triumph and what a
joj to see our incapacitated resi-
dents, alter months and months
of painful and courageous Strug-
gle, begin slowly to walk again.
dress again, feed themselves
again, wash and bathe them-
selves again and. in some in-
stances, 'graduate' trom the in-
tensive care provided in the Ab-
lin Memorial to semi- or fully-
in.!ependent living in a private
room of the beautiful pavilions.
We are zealously striving to truly
become "The Home for Beginning
Again' for our 70. 80 and 9o year-
old residents."
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
president of the Home, and chair-
man of the jouit JHA Federation
Building campaign committee,
praised the generosity of mem-
bers of the community on behalf
of the Homes goal of $800,000.
which has not yet been fully
achieved.
He made special mention of Mr
and Mrs Louis Bresler. Mr. and
Mrs Sam Host, and Mr and Mrs
Sam Klpnis '"for their pioneering
generosity." all oi whom will be
among those honored by the nam-
ing of special facilities in recog-
nition of their dedication.
"We are extremely thankful to
them and many others lor their
osit) on l < I
Hi me," \ e; er said, "at
also hearti ned I > the r
the community, which
some 90 persons, has 11
o\ er $600,000 lo our dev i
it. gram
Mr and Mrs, Mi: r
selves respons ble for a
ting gifc with which thej t.r >
ed the drive toward thi $j
goal
In additon, other lead r
campaign are Mrs .1 ...
Sidney Ansin, Col. Jacob \
vey, Stanley M Beckermai
Bresler, Judge Cypen, Da
Fleeman, Stanley (.'. Myers
id Phillips and Jack Popu -
David B Fleeman. vic<
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JKffS. JACK ABUN
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dint and chairman of the
Ing committee, emphasized the
intensive planning procet*" in
which the members of the build
nig committee, staff, residents of
the Home and the architects had
engaged. "All of us.' Fleeman
slated, labored for main days
and weeks as never befori
the past 18 months, devi
Continued en Pa 11-A
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Judge Harold B. Spaet. chair-
lan of the Jewish Home for the
Aged nominating committee.
Wednesday announced that a slate
if 18 persons will be presented
or election to the board at the
nnual meeting this Sunday after
noon at Douglas Gardens.
Renominated for three-year
ermi are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Ed-
.vard L. Cowan. Martin Fine. Dr
;eor^e Graham. Mrs. Trudy
iammerschlag, Benjamin N
Kane. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs.
Bella Kozloff, Barney B Lee.
>Irs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Joel
>!eyer, Benjamin Meyers, David
Phillips, Joseph Post and Lee
tuwitch New nominees are
Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch, Leo Rose,
Ir., and Dr. Celia Wohl.
Remaining on the board with
.nexpired terms are Mrs. Jack
Ablin. Leo Allen. Harry Altman.
Col J. M Arvey. Mr. and Mrs,
Stanley M Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth
Berger, Louis Bresler, Judge Irv-
ing Cypen. Mr.- Frances Entine,
David B Fleeman. Melvm I.
Green. Sam J. Heiman, Mrs. Her-
man Jacobs, lrvin Korach, Irving
Kossoff, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Louis Makovskj. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, Mrs Anna B Mey-
er-. Mrs. Jack Morgenstern, Mrs.
Darid Phillips. Jack Popick. Sam
Resnick. Mrs. Sam Host. Mrs.
Ben Schick, Mr- Sam Server.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. Mrs.
Sol Silverman, Judge Harold B.
Spaet, Dr. Jess Spirer. Mrs. Bar-
thold Strauss, Julian Weinkle and
Mrs Sidney Weintraub.
In ad.iiton to Spaet, other mem-
bers of the nominating commit-
tee are Louis Bresler, lrvin Kor-
ach, Jack Popick. Mrs Sol Sil-
verman, and Dr Jess Spirer.
Jewish Home for the Aged leaders and archi-
tects examine artist's rendering of expanded
Ablin Memorial building for which ground-
breaking is taking place this Sunday after-
noon. Left to right are Sam Reenick, co-chair-
man, building committee; Louis Bresler. cam-
paign leader and largest contributor; lrvin
Korach, ol Smith and Korach. Miami. assc:i-
ate architects; L S. Loewenberg, ol Loewen-
berg and Loewenberg, Chicago, architect; and
Baron de Hiisch Meyer, vice president of ine
Home, and chairman of the Home's building
cempaign.
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Friday. November 30. 1962
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\~-rC-ri1iall\f invite xion to attend tltc
I/t/i ^Arnnual ana
y^jyoitnci J^recihincj \*-^cremonies
j or the
Ablin Memorial Expansion Program
Sunday, December 2, 1962 at 2:00 P.M.
at
Douglas Gardens, 151 N.E. 52nd Street, Miami

OFFICERS
President ................................................................................... Judge Irving Cypen
Founder ................................................................................... Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Honorary President ................................................................ Judge Harold B. Spaet
Vice Presidents ....................................................................... Col. Jacob M. Arvey
David B. Fleeman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
David Phillips
Julian Weinkle
Toafurer ................................................................................ Stanley M. Beckerman
Financial Secretary ............................................................... Sam Resnick
Cciresponding Secretary ..................................................... Mrs. Sol Silverman
aiding Secio'.ary .............................................................. Mrs- Lawrence Silverman
President. Hollywood Auxiliary ......................................... Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman
President. Junior Auxiliary .................................................. Mrs. Barthold Strauss
President. Miami Auxiliary ................................................. Mrs. Jack Morgenstern
President. Greater Miami Auxiliary ................................. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman
Executive Director .................................................................. Maurice Pearlstein
A.\slant Director ................................................................... Arthur Kalish
Archie Loewenberg and Loewenberg. Chicago Assoc.ate Architect: Smith and Korach. Miami Engineer: Henry J. Nelson. Miami Beach
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Friday, November 30, 1962
Federation Plays Big
Role in Assisting New
Welfare Program Here
Sidney Lefcourt, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, this week declared thai
he has "many good reasons to
be proud of the groundbreaking
ceremonies taking place this
Sunday as part of the Jewish
Home for the Aged expansion
program.
First. I am prou:l that the
Jewish Home for the Aged is
a Federation agency, which will
be not only the largest non-
profit Aged Home in Florida,
but which is an institution that
has been cited for outstanding
care and deyotion to the aged
Lefcourt painted out that Fed-
eration and the Jewish Home
for the Aged jointly planned the
improvement program and help-
ed to meet, organize and carry
the provisions for expansion
also had to be approvedeven
at that earl) date. The fruition
oi this long-range planning,
through the joint cooperation ol
I ration and the development
committee ol the Jewish Home,
will be clearly illustrated by
Sunday's groundbreaking."
Federation's leaders, includ-
ing Mn president. Judge Irving
Open, who is president of the
Home, worked closely with Bar-
on de Hirsch .Meyer and the de-
velopmenl committee in all
aspects of planning and financ-
ing the Ablin Memorial expan-
sion.
S u n d a y s groundbreaking
marks one of the initial Steps
for development by Federation
and ii-- communal organisation
Leaders cf the Jewish Home for the Aged meet
with architects and representatives of state
government to finalize plans and determine
construction schedule. Seated (left to right)
are Gene Page, Florida Hospital Construction
Department, Tallahassee; Sam Resnick. co-
chairman of the Home's building committee;
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president and
chairman of building fund campaign; I. S.
Loewenberg. Chicago. Standing (left to i
are Henry J. Nelson, engineer; Louis Bros'.'.:.
board member and largest contributor tc the
building campaign: Maurice Pearlstein. Home
executive director; David Phillips, vice pres-
ident; Melvin L. Green and Harry Ah
board members and members of the building
committee; and Irvin Korach, of Smith and
Korach, Miami, associate architects.
out the successful capital fund to meet the needs of men, worn-
expansion *' and children in the Greater
The tangible results of more Miami community.
modern and expanded facilities, "From the original plan to
helping to serve more people in carr) out the successful drive,
our communit) and pioneer in and through a study of the needs
programs in its field, illustrates ol the communit) and the needs
HAILS COMMUNITY'S DIVOT ION AND SUPPORT
Judge Cypen Greets Community, Urges
Area-Wide Attendance at Sunday Fete
ore ol ".< most important rea-
v h; Federation is the
strong I organization <>t
the Jew ish community and
sei ve as ] for meet-
.
are ncl our neigh
lies." Lef-
i
'i i the
Homi edera-
- < ident
ed, the joint coopera-
tion has led to this successful
i ti rprise." said L e i c o u r t
.. th continued planning ol tins
and the joint coop.'ration
ie leading agencies in the
mnity with Federation
as in the example
(i Homi for the
we can and will plan to
morrow's needs well be-
Two Floors, 120 Beds
Continued from Page 8-A
as excellent hur-
icane lion shutters.
The massivi travi i
larble pillars fronting the new
V illn Metr.
ill be 5j I by the Home
. ( on pi New Lifi
. ii donor- Ol
i will l>i
n th
i ilterations
ed I e present first floor
f the \ i'
xi lobbj will be
e and
A
trative offices at the western end
of the present Ablin Memorial
will be eliminated to provide for
a new, large occupational ther-
.,; : j room about oo to '_'."> fe I
The present physical ther-
will be greatlj e>
Then ill be a beaut) -bar
b< r shop for the residents ad-
:i to the present lobby, and
also r.i ..rb> will be a residents
c mmissary.
.
be completed ii 10 to 12
ths, The Home's leader-hip
anticipates thai dedication and
oath n will very likely take
place on Thanksg m 1963.
Judge Irving Cypen, president
ol the Jewish Home for the Aged,
this we k expressed "to the en-
tire communit) a heartfell mess
. 'hank- from the officers
board ol directors aux-
iliaries, stall and
ol the 1!
We hail you for your devotion
. support whuh i>
helping us transform Douglas
Gardi ns into rhe Horn.' for Be-
ginning Again' for older people.'
i ypen declared.
You are making possible this
historic capital expansion winch
will enable the Home to provide
din ly-nci ed cue and sen i
for more than loo additonal I
er persons who urgently require
a protective and sheltered envir-
onment .
"We wish to take this oppor
tunity to hail our Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, whose lay and
professional leaders played sue!-,
an important role in the capital
i mpaign which is pro> id
funds for the expansion."
. Cypci cited the women's
auxiliaries, Mr and Mrs Bi
de Hirsch Meyer, and Mr. and
Mrs Louis Bresler "for their
unique and dc\ oted It adersl
ity"
The Home presidenl invited the
communit) to attend the
breaking ceremonies -
11 i. Gardens, 151
NE 52nd -t Miami
k^pte11did ^/liiiuanit\j
Contributors of $5,01 over to the Home'- capital cj
ibed on the beautiful trav
i the new entrant of the Ablin M< moi
In ive al linner in Januar) a bi
tiful re| piHai 1"-' ribed on each replica w ill i
onl) be t' ''"' followin anon:
tion
Time can be gracious ard very beautiful And
those who arc steeped in time should have the grace
oi dignified living and material resources providi
I \ those who are j el to be old lh< mscl\ es fnl
n -. ., spleni lid h in in it)
JMTISri'S TH! TKf ITOS/
The Arithmetic Behind i
Institution With a Heart
Decade-o!d historic photo shows first meet-
nq of the ioinl Kome-Federation Ablin Ma-
norial build ng committee early in 1953, plan-
ning fo the present Ablin Memorial and de-
elcpina the master architectural plan for the
-lome at Douqlas Gardens. Seated in front
left to right) are the late Abe Kurman. then
president'of the Home, M. J. Kopelowitz. Jack
Sarner, and David Phillips. Seated rear (left
o right' are Emil Gould, Federation represen-
to the joint committee; Irvin Korach,
assccicde architect; the late Daniel Brood.
Standing (left to right) are Sam Resnick, Sid-
ney Ansin, Sidney Bernbaum. chairman of the
first building committee, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, the late Ben Fleeman. father of David
B. Fleeman, Maurice Pearlstein, Home exec-
utive director, und Max C. Gettinger. former
Federation budget and planning director.
Jew ish II hi v ed ol
Gn lei imi i- an institution
.' hose ideal stem*
ish principli ol
uclfan i hai it). and high i
mumty's elders
[oi :!. \ ol is
.ii1 facility. wh.....ir
Ii' quai tei s, and mi
an rei arded b) 11
ities as being unique
ich ii stitutions throu
I lorida and the nation
v. ith its projected 225 bed cap
acity, the Jewish Home for the
\. ed w nl also be a or-
ar.ization requinn facts, statis-
I thi ei I aril him i
ol large enterprise. With its
city, the i en-
i arithmetic is only a little less
. I or the ei
i | \ i ol
idi d their
[
i i eived b) the
houl the 28 pro.
plfan an.I Ihc
provided !>\ community
ni t ed
Fund. nd Thrift
P i the Ho;:,i v OUld be III -el-
finani ;.il difficulties
. Seven!) three residents, or
To' ol the 105 residents in Doug-
las Gardi is durum August 1962,
re recipients ol public welfi re,
and TH re.i.lent-, or 117 had no
funds ol their own when they were
admitted to the Home
\ "I August Id 1962, the
105 n -i ents had been in the
Home for an average "t lour yean
per resident. Sixt) -i\ had been
in the Home for i.
and 39 residents I
. fi in five to '
The avei
idenl i -.
. As ol Di ci mbi
. i enl r 17.5 i
, r on thai dat< v
years and over
There were two fema
ever) male in the I
One third oi the
Continued on Pane 11 A
David B. Fleeman is
president of the Jewish i:
for the Aged, and chaii
of the building comn
which has directed the de-
sign of the present expansion-


Vriday, November 30, 1962
vJfvtHfi Iffr ,r ktlan
Page ll-.:.
Aged Home Groundbreaking
Continued from Page C-A
and re\ islng i i r plans again and
H
, in Ihe past, we have been
arily motivated bj the philo-
-. phj thai senior citizens, like
all other human beings, need to
live in -i". environmenl v hich ac-
cords them respeel and dignity,
an opporUiniiy to be useful and
creative, and the right lo privacy
and comfort in their living ar-
rangements."
Other members of the building
committee an- Bing Kossoil and
Sam Resnick. co-chairmen; Leo
Allen, Harry Altman, Stanlej M
Beekerman, Martin Fine, Dr.
George Graham, Mel Green, M.
.1 Kopclovwtz. Barney 15 Lee
Joel Meyer. Polly do Hirsch Mo\-
er, Lee Ruwitch and Judge Har-
old B. Spaet. I- s Loewenberg,
o| Loewenberg and Loewenberg,
Chicago, is the architect. Korach
and Smith. Miami, arc the asso-
ciate architects, and Henry j,
Nelson, \lmmi Beach, is the on-
er
i romim unity le
v. dl be in atl
form an I ei tings &
In addition i" rep irts bj i
Meyer and Fleeman, one ol the
Mrs Sarah Cossik,
i r< sidenl of the Resi ents Coun-
cil, u ill .-.peak for the entire n si-
up to the assemblage.
;. ii Samuel Z Jaffe, spiritual
leader "i Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, will give Ihe invocation.
and Judge Harold Spaet will pre-
sent .1 slate [or election to the
board.
The Home, which lias long been
noted [or its beauty and emphasis
on privacy in living arrangements
for the older person, as well as
for its rehabilitative philosophy,
has been the local point for visits
and consultations by leaders ol
-laic and federal governments, as
well as national and internation-
al figures in the Held of gcrontol-
i 5
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bresler are leaders in the Jewish Home
activities and six-figure contributors to the building campaign.
Most of Bundestag Favors
Diplomatic Ties With Israel
Continued from Page l-A
that, while official Bonn Interior
Ministry figures show thai there
arc -till no less than 90 extremist
right-wing organizations m West
(iermany, National Socialism "had
been rejected" by the West Ger-
mans, and Nazism "has no future
in our country."
The 3* year-old anti-Nazi said
thai the data he obtained [rom his
Ministrj ol the Interior, prior to
in- current \ isit here, showed that
extremist, right-wing groui\
number u.oon members now, while
i m< i i" r b> long to the i
wing youth group How ever, he
the n ve \> s1 35 p. r
i ol their membership in the
last two years "Thej will have
no more suca ss in the future"
he asserted, "The German con
nee has rejected National So
-m
"The darger," he continued,
"is not the return to National
Socialism, but in the still-largely
uncenquered spiritual vacuum."
He qualified h-s own optimism
by conceding that his personal
feelings "may stem from a hope
and belief to en extent greater
than I myself am aware."
A small group of Herut yoUng-
sters had waited with folded pro
test posters for more than four
hours for Dr. C.erstcnmaicr's ar-
rival at Lydda Airport. By! the
time the plane arrived, the demon-
strators had melted to a handful
ol boys and girls in Betar uni-
forms standing on both side- ol
the main read leading to the air-
port. Police had posted Strong
guards and plainclothesmen near
them to avoid any incident.
The visitor was whisked past the
demonstrators and met SOOrtl) si
ter his arrival with President Bel
Zvi, P rime Minister David Ben
Gurion and Moshe Sharett, chair-
man ol the Jewish Agency execu-
tive He was met at the airport
bj Dr. Felix Shinar of the Israel
Mission al Cologne,
He also met with Professor Mar-
tin Buber and conferred with
Haim Yahil, the director-general of
the Israel Foreign Ministry Be-
chuse ol Menu objections, he will
not visit Israel's Parliamenl where
woul normallj have been ac-
led the usual courtesies to a
\ isiting head ol a Parliament. He
be received privately by
. sp( Idish I.u/ at
the Di ania kibbutz
Bra^i Elects
r) Jews to Office
RIO HI I
Wh u fficial,
that Brazil
. eleel
i lii-'U:' !" ''
amed al l< fivi Je lo Fed-
ral and slatures.
The ballot count shows thai
muel Weisman, ol this city,
has been elected as a deoutj lo the
Federal Legislature. Three other
Jews, Francisco Silbcrl and Gerson
Bergher, of Rio de Janeiro, and
Jacob Salvador Sweibel, of San
Paulo, were elected as deputies to
the Legislature, of the State ol
Guanabara
Prei loii.-ly. it had been announced
that Dr Aaron steinbruch, presi-
dent ol the Federation of Jewish
Organizations ol Rio de Janeiro,
had been ehosen to the state Sen-
ate, Ihe firsl Jew to be elected a
Senator.
In addition to Us model [acili-t
hich have si rvc as an ex-
[i r the entire countrj in
.mi- ol care and service to
i I, the Homi Is one ol
tew institutions n cognized by
SI Universitj
tr lining center for its graduate
- ci.il work students and by the
Hade Hoard of Public Instruction
lor training students in practical
sing.
The Home is ii^ed also by the
Psychiatric Institute of Jackson
Memorial Hospital for geriatric
orientation ot it residents in psy-
chiatry, and there is a coopera-
tive research relationship In ger-
iatrics with the University of Mi-
ami Medical School. At the re
quest of the University of Flori-
da, ihe Home is considering a
training program for IF students
in physical therapy.
Ihe Home is a beneficiary
agency ol the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the United
Fund. It is a charter member of
Ihe new American Assn. of Homes
for the Aging, and a member of
the American Hospital Assn., and
the Hade Welfare Planning Coun-
cil,
.* '
mSr
ToOUST BROS RV
** la thr BEST'
I*
Four founders of other institutions get together to launch tr
drive to raise S203.C00 for the Greater Miami Medical Cent
:n Beerpheba, Israel, sponsored by the Business and Profe
sional Council of Kupal Holim-Histadrut. Meeting at a r;
ception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin are Qe
to right) Aaron B-sar GlazeroH, founder of the Hadassc.
Mebrew University Medical Center; Rifkin, a founder of tu
Hebrew University and of Technion; Jack S. Popick, founds
of the Hebrew University and Yeshiva Univeisitv; and Pc
Gordon, a founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Teen Agers Schedule Nine Problems
To Discuss at Annual Center Conclave
Heart
Continued from Page 10-A
have no children. One-third have
children in Greater Miami, and
one-third have no children in
Greater Miami, but do have chil-
dren elsewhere.
. Seven couples in the Home
have been married to their first
mates for a total of 413 years, or
an average of 59 years per couple.
Four couples, married to their
second mates, have been married
for an average of 38 years.
These and other figures are ex-
cerpted from "An Analysis of
Operating Income. January l-Au-
gUSt 13, 1962." by Stanley M
Beekerman, treasurer of the
Jewish Home for Ihe Aged
Cuba, Berlin, nuclear war civil
defense, the Kennedy administra-
tion, automation, space, and reli-
gion in Ihe schools will be among
Ihe vital national and world issues
to be discussed by youth delegates
at the ninth annual teen-age con-
clave of the Greater Miami Jew.
ish Community Center.
Scheduled for Sunday afternoon,
Dee. !. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
the conference will bring together
three hundred teen-agers from Cen-
li r sponsored clubs in various parts
ol Dade county in a scries of dis-
cussions coming under the gener'al
theme. "Teens React to a World
in Crisis "
The annual event, which gives
young people the opportunity to
examine and discuss the pros and
cons ol mam important present-
daj problems, is set up in the form
of nine concurrent workshops
Each workshop will have from 30
to :;:> delegates, and will be staff-
ed with a professional discus
h ader.
The workshop titles selectei
tin- year's conclave are:
"What to do About Cuba '
What Can We Learn A
Integration from the Mississi]
Incident?"
"BerlinIs it a pawn or. .
Chessboard of the World?"
"Nuclear War, Civil Defer
and DisarmamentWhat are I
Odds?"
"Is President Kennedy dl
a Good Job?"
"The Cities in Metro and
Counties in FloridaHow to G
Fair Deal0"
"Public Prayer and the s
preme CourtHow is Amerij
Jewry Involved?"
"How Will Automation Ai
Your Future?"
'Why Explore Space?"
Atailu
I resrntttt >n '"\
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Friday, November 30, 1962
Since the High Holy Days, more than 30 new
member families have joined Temple Adath
Yeshurun. Above, captains of the Temple's
membership committee meet to discuss Adath
Yeshurun's drive to enroll 100 new members.
Standing (left to right) are Sam Ratner, Nor-
IETTER TO THE EDITOR -
man Goiastein, general cnairman, William
Mars, and Bernard Levy. Seated (left to right)
are Ira Levin, Stanley Golden, Harold Gins-
berg, and George Greenberg. Not shown are
Robert Borg, Harvey Leifmcn, and Herbert
Salzman.
As a Rabbi Sees Religion in Schools
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiart:
Who speak- in behalf of the Jew-
ish people on th< issiu of prayer in
public i > 1} those ho are
I -:i law,
I-.- d thosi hi ach maximum
s J< .-' < n ,.:.iI
pi actice w hi t reach There-
fore Ort rj throughout
the I is not concerned
nference <>i
i] al Cin-
ibject.
ind i '< i -. has disassi
> from the
Jew i-h Con-
es not i |
Torah
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views in this matter, or in an)
other issue that requires legal re-
- ruling,
Lei ii be on the record that Orth
x Jew rj i- not a party to anj
litigation. Lei it be known thai
Torah law does not have lo protect
the atheists and agnostics Let it
be on record that Torah law does
not prohibit non-denominational
prayers,
Let it be known that the read-
ing of passages from the Old
Testament is favored by Jewish
law. Any group or individual
who instigates the prohibition of
reading passages from the Old
Testament is violating Jewish
religious law. Voluntary relig-
ious practice does not violate the
Constitution.
Ii i- true that Orthodoxy dot
Miami Hebrew Book Store
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have the vocal machinery and the
public relation- media similar to
that at the disposal ot the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, but once and
for all let the public know thai this
gri up has no authority to speah
m behalf 11 Jewish religious issues
It and when the Dade count) relig-
ion-in-the-public-schools control er-
sy should reach the I" S Supreme
Court, it will he done by people
who have delegate I all the duties
of the home and that Of the parents
to the schools and the teachers.
This delegation of duties is 'he core
ol our fallacy and 'he decay of
the American home.
The AJC argument that religion
belongs in the home sounds sweet,
but are the home- of the AJC peo-
ple religious? Religious parents
and i'i ligious children do not hi
[eat to tx i xposed to another
not hesitate to
children to a school that
I i aches relig ioi c en nut ih;
ny own, I I

hibits '
God.
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Beth Jacob Congregation
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WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION OF
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Every Traditional Rzbbi Urgently Requests the
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Anti-Semitism
In So. America
NEW YORK (JTA) The re-
cent outbreak of anti-Semitic vio
fence in Argentina and Uruguay
was sharply condemned this week
by the New York stair American
Federation of Labor-Congress of
industrial Organization at it- an-
nual convention.
Delegates to the convention
also called on the governments
of the two countries to take "vig-
orous steps" to prevent any re-
newal of the incidents, which
have included physical attacks
on Jews, stonings and shootings
at Jewish establishments, distri-
bution of anti Semitic material
and scrawling of swastikas on
streets and buildings.
"We express our concern an.I
outrage al the spread ot Nazi-type
activities and incidents thai have
occurred in the last two months in
both Vrgentina'and Uruguay We
leel iii.it these outbursts of vio-
lence constitute a real lhre.it lo
the freedom and well-being ot the
i ire Argentine ami Uruguayan
ons," the resolution said The
resolution also condemned "the at-
titudt "! those authorities in Ar^iin-
tina ami Uruguay who have been
minimizing the danger and defend
ing the very organizations thai are
responsible for the outrages."
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Friday. November 30, 1962
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
PoikU Rabbati, chap. 44.
If a man Ttpentt and gott bjil; *
->. that It no ttptnta.net.
! oH go*l down to talje a bath of
H, lioMtm; *owif ilrad.
unclean, rr/mlc in hit hjnj. lie re-'
purification. He mutt cat
II U'/lU-ll /if hOJ 111 /ns
after doing illn. he can tal^e
..nil fie: pun/ied.
*
Pesikta Rabbati, 45. 6.
at > repentance; for its ta^t
.f.irfi inil annul His 0lt*n wOT&t
i .ins (DriK :4). ilwr ,j .1
. .... erred and has been ,d-
.ii.i wedded to another, the .
ub*nd i'UV in.I iced lirr
T'lciie'i Israel, however, wor-
O'.i' He- asly ihrir
Him."'
*
Pesikta Rabbati, 4 5, y.
.<'.. mini thy Cod."
:.> Him, half'ivdv, and
el thee lial/uav. Return
H n with rmpt\ hands and
dismiss r/:cr with hands
od. Return unto II m
i the i^y even
tach tl- ..'.I in -: 1
I | 155|,

evil .....iui h
auth.
* Jew 1st nunWart
Page 13-A
PsJNw' Bible Knows
Ail About Mental Health
lavni 9
r^eliaious By RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
Torah Temple
For the past 25 years, I have
been delving into the teaching and
philosophy of Biblical Judaism, not
merely as a student of religion and
not even as a rabbi. My great mo-
tive has always been to point up
he power of Judaism as a sourc
of preventive psychiatry against
mental illness. Simply stated,
Judaism, correctly practiced and
intelligently understood, is the most
potent prescription for wholesome
mental health
The great Kraeplin, in 1896.
claimed to have created the con-
tept <>f manic depressive psychosis
and the entire phenomenon of emo-
tional .iihI affect-disorders. I in-
-i>t that he was not the first, the
Bible came before him, and prac-
tically all of the present-day mood-
disorders cm he traced and found
in the very pages of the Bible.
For example, the T a 1 m u d
states- "Do not worry about the
Ser
vices
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than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re- I
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their lateness.
3ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ive Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
i-lii v R:1R i'"1 Raturda> ,( m. Roe j
y/itsvuh: Bernard, Bon "f Mr. and
Mrs. Henry s. rk
--
IETH EL. 500 bw ,/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
rtda) 3:1.3 11. in. Suturda} S:30 a.m
IETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
rlda> v r. p.m. Bermnn: "Modern
dolntrj ." Saturda> K: l". a m

IETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
'. p.m. Sat inlay in a.m.
"The IM earner mill < he
I tar Mltavah I'aul Marks,
.in.I M I Ian s l. i '
GEMS OF WISDOM
mm
i<
ii of Mr
3FTH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shiptro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
'Hj \V Inil
\ Si fl em f thi
.-
,i (;. ii. i
Pea" i of God u the gateway of
tdil'i. ZOHAR.
*
Fear in nlees humility, and nu
militv in; oh es -
ZOHAR M MBI RS,
*
Learnin : inn mil fear is as a
U'ltllOtll Ji ......
UOI I AKCZ,
* * *
Th< IBN GABIf
t . no ' : '
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of Cod
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C thodox Religion Only
WASHINGTON (JTA) -A lead
ing American Jewish scholar char-
ged thia week that "there is full
freedom of religion in Israel for
everyone except Jews'" because
Orthodoxy is the only officially
recogr.i/ed (Jewish) religious
Kroup in Israel today. He said that
the un on of religion and state as
it presently exists in Israel "is not
normative in Judaism."
The't- comments were made by
Rabbi Robert Cord is. Prof, of
ISibb? of the Jewish Theological j
Seminary, at an Institute on relig-
uius freetlom sponsored by the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
J ews.
.'
New Religious Action Center
By Special Report
NEW YORK Leaders of the
three faithl in America will gather
in the nation's capital to officially
dicate the new Religious Action
Center of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, from Nov.
29 thi *igh Dec. 2. in Washington,
DC, ;' the Sheraton Park Hotel
A ries of worship services,
workshops, seminars, and business
tioiri will examine the respec-
tive roles of religion and govern- ]
ment in American life. At the
- me time, the UAHC board of
trustees and other major Commis-
sion! oj Reform Judaism will dis-
i ISS problems and neu programs
t i aul the religious movement.
Rabb. Wise Housing Development
By Special Report
M V YOKK The late Rabbi
Stephen s. wise, longtime presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con
ress, founder ot the Free Syna-
gogue and Zionist champion. WHS
honored this week with the desig-
nation of a public housing devel
opment in his name on New
Vork'i West Side.
Stephen Wise Towers, a 399-
apartment project, state-aided de-
Mlopmeiit, will be built by the
Now York City Housing Authority
at a cost of S8.500.000. It will be
read) lor occupancy in August.
1964
The naming of the project for
Dr. Wise marks the first hou-i
velopment in the city honoring
outstanding Jewish citizen who
achieved wide public recognition
for hit activities .i- .1 Jewish com-
l< sder
3ETH TFILAH, 9S5 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. 164tn st. uno NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
l-'ii-l.ii S:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Tntrhlng
1: ii ~ Deytlnatlmi L'n-
V..1I I'm
Student
li'-:i '-.i 11- ii
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSE1
. ancient prescription
fears ol tomorrow, for you know not what tomorrow brings, who knows.
perhaps tomorrow will come and you are no longer there, or. perhaps,
tomorrow will never come and this worry is of no avail.' Here is an-
other one from the Talmud: -Man should disclose his troubles to the
community. He should speak ol his inner woes, of his deep emotional
swings and Struggles, because when he speaks to another, he relieves ,h' Wrong
himself of part of the suffering." Here is another from the Talmud: ^"i'.'m *
There are three things which disturb the human being and bring him Saturdaj
to an untimely end and one of these is a bad spirit or mood." ft
Our sages truly knew the meaning of illness which comes from a .wUI """""' *rvlee*
sick soul or spirit. The Bible and Judaism point out not only the cause coral way j e w i s h center
of mental illness, but also teach the rules of emotional health. The! J""^'sVmuelWAp?Jih "cantor
emotions of man are divided into two sources of origin. One is the, Gerinon Levin,
emotions which come from the heart, and the others are directed by the BV,da>
brain or intelligence. We are taught by Judaism that emotions guided
by both the heart and the mind are the best prescription against falling
prey to mental illness.
Psychology and psychiatry say: "Give him back his self-esteem
and his feelings of Insecurity, and his symptoms tend to disappear."
The rabbis of old and the Bible tell us: "Teach man to bridle his emo-
tions and not to lose his self-respect by his uncontrolled emotions."
Simply stated, it means teach man to use his heart in conjunction with
his brain.
Judaism and the Bible are truly amazing sources of guidance for
the human being in his desire to achive deep emotional happiness.
Judaism and the Bible teach emotional health and how to avoid emo-
tional illness in very simple and practical terms. I an convinced that
traditional Judaism, honestly practiced and intelligently understood, is
a powerful source of preventive psychiatry.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Tins page is prepared in
cooperation with the Sniri.'ual
I i of rhf Greater Miami
Rabbinical A
Why is it customary to provide a
festive repast in the form of
a meal or party on the oc-
casion of circumcision?
The Midrash (Tehillim 112:2)
claims that this tradition was estab-
lished by the Patriarch Abraham
ol whom the Bible reports that he
made a great feast for his son
Isaac (Genesis 21:8). The Mid-
rash claims that this feast was
made upon the occasion of his cir-
cumcision and goes on to say the two rollers, unrolls the parch-
"From this the Sages inferred that ment, looks at the place where the
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
K \BHI -ill OMON SCHIFF
i !"!> of Wisdom
Speak i it, 'Boredom, Loan ot
Reaped'." Guent speaker at Uneg
Shabbut: Dr. Robert M. Allen, pro-
teaai i ^f paycholos) at the University
o( Miami, mi "Love and L'nderatand-
ma Ulven or diving." Baturday
s:4...... [tar Mltavah: Louis, son of
Mr. .111*1 Mrs. s.un Uchloicher.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Riohter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
PYldav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "AntWotes
of Anti-BVaaitlam." Saturday s :::o a.m.
Sermon: "Portion ot the Week." Bar
Mltavah: Barry, son of Mr. ami Mrs. |
M> in v n Simon.
Love of I
Mii-l HASID.
* *
God is I d* on
u'hich the iirtuei i to-
I
ar, and all the ......
Ufa u apdrt.
0KHO1 rZADDIKIM.
-fir-rr
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
l-. ni.iv :n p.m. Sermon: "Unpleasant
Truth* in the Hlbli Blutei h.....1 will
host ilo I'n.-: Shabbal Saturday
morning 9:SW a.m. Junior Congrega-
tion v\ ill coniluct service*.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
i rlda> 5:80 and 8:J0 p.m. Ouesl spir-
itual leadei Rabbi Herman M. Cohen.
Sermon: "The Lust Prophet." Balur-
daj 'J a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Itth St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l'riilay 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Mow Much
Pacifism can < Practice, in tho
W-rld Todaj V
i TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeeal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
lriil.i\ 8:15 p.m. Cantor Brown will
conduct :i Hinging Sabbath, "Sing un-
to the Lord .i New Song." Saturday
10:30 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Bteven, sou
of Mr. :iit. 1 Mrs. Allan Bernstein.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Maysr Abram-
owiu. Cantor Edward Klein.

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Anii-
Semltlam, Jewish Education, un^l
Happiness:" Saturday s. IS b in.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Nermandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
------------ 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th Daniel M. Lowy.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein,
FYlda) vi". p.m. Sermon: "Treasures
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
-
Friday 5:15 and 8:13 p.m. Rabbi Itos-
enfeld ili review "Allyah," by How-
ard Morles Sachar. Saturday 8:30 a.m,
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday .":!." and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
'How About :i iht ck-up'.'" Saturday
:" a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
f Jewish Wisdom." Uneg Shubual
host: Miami Lodge ol I'.'nii B'rlth In
honor president, Samuel I .!/. i
Saturday 9 a in.
----
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
SSfJina, V :. ".;.:,;;",r..n,!;:" :!;: temple zamora: z.m..vjL
etuwlon will follow al ..... Oneg Shal Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Canton
but. Saturday : a.m. Bai Mltavah Ben Zvi,
l iv the rlutv ol : man to prepare i: .,i j ,u, 1..1,, Krle, son "i Mr. and Mrs t!i lay 8:13 p.m s.run.11: "A Wise
reading is to start, and then looks Bergman. Mlncha 5 p.m. son ilaketh a tllad Father." Satur-
Frldnj S 15 p.m, Sermon: "The Im-
portance of Itelng i"iisi." Saturday
ll a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven, son <
Mr. iiinl Mrs. Sldi ej Shapiro.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 5500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
I rldn> 8:30 p.m Sermon: "Walla."
Slsterl......I will host the Uneg Shab-
luit. baturday 9 .. m.
IS
a joyous feast on the day he ., and makes {he ^ &[
privileged to circumcize his son.
From the context of the afore- ter which he looks at the script and
mentioned passage in the Midrash the reader reads the portion for
jl can be gleaned that the purpose him The reason for looking away i
of the teas) is to demonstrate that during the first blessing is so as
we observe the commandment of to prevent the illusion which may
Circumcision with delight. Circum- be evident to the onlooker, that he
cis.on. being a surgical operation, is reading the blessing itself from
as far as ii- mechanics are con- the Torah. since such is not the
cerned, would normally be a mat- case,
ter of deep and grave concern such
RS any other operation would be. Why must one hold onto the handles
However Since it is a fulfillment of the rollers while making the
of a basic Jewish religious com- blessing over the Torah?
Usually, when one makes a bless-
Son Maketh n tllad
8:4.1 a.m, Sermon: "I Sleep But
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall j,|, Heart Wakettt."
dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles | TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Kodner.
p.m. Sermon: "How
Happy, though Married." Saturda>
II .i in llai Mltavah Jai k,
Mr. -mil Mrs. Bernard Rosenblatt,

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
wnon < s 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Krlna) K:l.> p.ui oomon: "When Rite
Rigl Saturday u a.m

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. SonilanO
Ha.I, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Hit.i.i Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
Friday s:13 p ll I Iui si spi aki I'
l...ii,- (iraiiburd, psyehlatrlsl the
South l lorlila Btati Hospital,
on "How Avoid and Ovi
ing over something one should
hold in m his hand so that it is ,', g*i; JJ^ R
dem- self evident that he is making tne s [ul ,,, ; sermon: "Strug
the said object. t
In-
mandment. it is necessary to dem-
onstrate that we do not treat it
a- surgery bu( as a sign of the cove-
ffiXTaJZA S&ST.JS TSTfaKg? ^t,as
i.i. I, .,,,.1 ., .ev l.u Cantsr David Conviser.
whv do many people look away is related to each and every Jew. Prli|:is ,:15 |im s,,, T, ,,.
, .u V...U ,k.n makina Holdins it indicates a sense of own- .. i ,,,,,. arj oi th< imti i Na-
from the Torah when making i ,1..,,,,,,, '"' Resolution on Palestln. Sat-
the first blessing before the ei ship and thus ne Jew demon .....,,, ,.,
r.Inino of the Torah' strates thai the Torah is actually Mi m.i Mi Edv d i-
TS^t*; 1" the indivi- his, given to him
tradition is that the indivi-
dual com" up to the Torah. grasps
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
p in Sermon; "Future
Servlees will be conducted
i. I'nlted Synagogue Voutli followed
hj Installation of officers Oneg Shab-
o.it hosted bj thi t'SV.

VEHUOA" MOSWF 1SS0 W Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Ftiila> 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Somethins;
New." i >ii.--: Shabbal host: Sisterhood.
Saturda} B a.m,

YOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber.
Frldaj 3:13 p.m Baturday 10:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Uur Heritage." Mlncha ,":15
p.m
ii!
CANDUUGHTING TIME
3 Kislav 5:11 p.m
i'i
bs the Almighty.
.TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
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Friday, November 30. 1962
Off rh Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
An Old Guard Zionist Sets His Sights on the Yiddish Theatre
pHE JEWISH world, belli here and
' abroad, has Ions known Louis Lip-
kl ky as a COmmunaJ and Zionist leader
j viih heresies and boldness thai often
\ >lagued his enemies and delighted h:s
riends. Blessed with a keen mind, a
harp pen and a poet's imagination, he
ould not even in the years when he
/as solely preoccupied with Zionist at
TBf^S lirs harness himself to the patterns
. an wcie meant for the mundane and he rebelled.
- inst himself against his destiny.
Now. in his newest volume. "Tales ol the Yiddish
3 ito" (Yoseloffi. he comes to us in fulfillment, as an
..st. as a consummate story teller as a penetrating ob-
er of the human scene.
The author calls the boek reminiscences ol play-
_hu and players in New York's Jewish theatre in the
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
early 1900's In fact, however. :i transcends reminiscing.
lor basically it i- a portrayal oi a group ol people, in this
case Yiddish actors, caugbJ in the web ol a profession
where there is much merriment but little happiness
The impact of the stones is a brilliant limning of
the Yiddish theatre and its figure! in the early .lays o
Jewish living in New York's Lower Bast Side. But what
is more important is that the hook is a portrayal not
alone of actors but of people whe happen to he actors
They wear -lease and paint and masks and all manner
ol trappings these actors, but underneath they are human
being* whose lives are seared in addition by plagues Ol
the limeliahl and public exposure. l.-psky removes the
grease and lilts the masks for US and we behold the men
and women of the Yiddish rialto not through a photo
rraphic but an artistic eye.
The men and women strutting the | Ihe book,
to use Lipsky's words, "were vagrants who had become
Why the U.S. Avoids the Genocide Pact
Washingtonl
FEARING COMMUNIST initiative
:.t ihe United Nations tor UNI
intercession in Mississippi or Ala
: ia, the state Department for
more than a decade ha- delayed!
act.on on American ratification ol j
the IN Genocide Convention.
The -late Department i- appre-
hensive lest Ihe Soviet bloc, back-
ed bj ihi Vfro-Asian states, invoke the genocide
statutes ii cases ol anti-Negro violence and biased
judicial i ce< dii i 'ous southern states,
The Soviet blo< has ratified the UN Convention
v Inch defines acts committed with intenl to perse-
cute "i- destroy, in whole or in part, a national,
t racial or religious group Ratification makes
5UCh linai under international as well as
rial 1
\ : ;|!;it .lev. ps an 111 'he forefront
,.f pressure lor U s. ratification, a State Depart-
i ial confided "The Ri old make
: .. ( -e. with a lot ol Afro Asian support.
I

foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Focus is on Yemen
.Ii ru
THE CUBAN CRISIS
. .
:
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I
rep
. .,; great impact oi
Easti and beyoi I I
.- not the i..' lhal will
vail n Yemen, nor is it a between Yemen's
revolutionary and loyalist fi i
It is an open war waged b) Egypt's Nassi
the conquest ol Yemen and the Overthrow ol the
rcKi! conquest of oil-rich San ;i Arabia
which, d successful, would open the road lor further
ConquestOf Jordan. Syria. Lebanon in line with
Nasser's frankly set-out plans envisaging the estab-
lishment of an Arab Empire under his rule.
At first Nasser had hoped to achieve this ob-
jective through indirect means of subversion, which
brought about the "unification" with s>na and the
federation with Yemen. However, his ultimate tail-
ore m Syria which also strengthened the resistance
to his pressure in other Arab countries, has appar-
ently convinced him ol the necessity to turn to other,
more direct methods Hence, his move into Yemen
It was fifty years ago that Egyptian units first
went into action in Yemen on the heels of General
Sallal's coup, engineered and executed with the
help oi Egyptian agents, funds and weapons.
There are no exact figures regarding the num-
ber of Egyptian troops in Yemensome put it at
division strength-but the cost of the Egyptian cam-
paign is estimated at $3,000,000 per day.
That the outcome of this undeclared war is quite
Uncertain is also to be seen from the cautious atti-
tude now adopted by the Soviet Union, which was
first to recognise the new regime of General Sallal
Moscow, quite obviously, now prefers to wait and
Bee in the hope that her tanks and bombers in the
hand- of Nasser will filially accomplish the task
ihi treatment ol some ol our southei n N
,- as we could make against the Soviet trei
mcnl "i Jews
\ 1946 UN resolution declared genocid* a ci
under international law which the world condemns
and for the commission ol which principles and
. ci mplices are punishable "
The Stale Departmenl is petrified by possil
that the Russians miRhl move at the United Nations.
for instance, for punishment under international
law ol a Mississippi policeman or sheriff who had
beaten a Negro to death
Despite ratification ol the UN accord b> 65 na-
tions, the United states has taken no stand. The
State Department secret!) subscribes to a theory
that it would be a diplomatic error to allow l'N in-
tervention into domestic American affairs on racial
' rs
Humanitarian supporters of the l'N are disturb-
ed because neither the Eisenhower nor Kenned)
Administration has moved for genocide ratification
The B'nai B'rith, American Jewish I ress, Jew-
ish War Veterans, and others, have attacked on dif-
ferent fronts with little impact.
The State Department believes thai Jewish
Soviet i noci e are emotional!) < xaggerated
ats insisi that they would nevertheless like
to reassure the Jews but musl servi I n higher
- rest b) preventing a UN Ii pro-
pi gan la foi urn [i t lefl st e> t Vmer
u .i
-. ,i w Fulbrighl ol I
mnuttci
......
helming i Senal
'I Ihe A
Ireatii
milted to 1

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st a tc Deal ;

hi

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In 1 r'osti
the problem which is I b) Ihi
tiui tier be 11
Id not pri
lication "
actors and singers in a theatre." people who .
the Ghetto but were not part of it." men who del -,.
vention and willing!) pa-d the price for it. And >. :: ,.
a sympathetic story that Lipsk) tells
There i- great temptation her,- i,i quote heavily from
the volume, but that world offer the challenge vie- ting
the copvrichl law since we would have to give tin .,1k
of the book.
one of the finest pieces in the book is a ctoi .
"Badcben in Pastel," the tale of a jester who i0.t his
voice only to regain it temporarily. Though it is
jestingly, as befits the theme the ta'e is the st irj ol
anguish! thi anguish ol the artist, any artist who i his
instrument o! expression. The Badchen's artistic
sage ma\ not have been h lofty one. hut v hen I
silenced in voice his despair is no less than that ol Ihe
most gifted Lipsk) paints the .story with such precision
that one actual!) tools the Badchen's agony.
I? another story. "The Moth.'' he deals with |
plural figures in the Jewish theatre of that time
tale I- about a man who couldn't keep away froi
world of the actors even though he knew that hi.<
sistencc would only result in being singed to d< h
the moth against fire He was consumptive this mot
but p eriul was the attraction ol the world i
theatre to him that he ii nored cure, and in the en
died
Lipsk) book is not on!) a contribution to an ui
: tin facets ol Jewish life ii \ m
Yiddish thcatn remarkable literary w -
c during i. hose v ho like I
curtain
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Salty Diplomacy
M
ISS BARBARA SALT has been
named England's ambassador
o Israel No relation. | suppose
o the good lad) who looked back
it Sodom and Gomorrah and was
'lined into a pillar of salt,
According lo one of the rabbis
t old, Mrs. Lot looked back to
e it her .. i liters wen- coming
llong, which shows that she wa-
i. Vnyway, we understand that Miss
is a very forward-looking person, with much
Ihe l eit' d Nations and so on. In
i her words a e:ee dish and with salt too
n Ish saying, Es fell talts i it lacks
-..It which Jews apply to other things than cook-
rh< plomatic world can be without the spict
I perhaps this explains the terrible st.".-.
; is 111 today
n Ii kini back !o these day- m i;
...
; Fon n Mil
in, the chii t w cakni sses of th<
First, it I trul) I
ol Aoman an
IT Ol III'
v, '.( postmastei
pie need humor n
. o ol the letU

als the t'
. nhs nf Ad.m. but '
: iua < < -- than all Of lh(
Idam's bod). Eve persu idi I
\ and Eve in th i
tl akei sex A
t and when he i~ caught, b< i
. h to blame himself. He blan
a...... Adam Is revealed as -
it was Eve wh
thi Tree ol Knowle i
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM0LAR
Poland Has Undergone Great Physical Change
ANYONE WHO VISITED Poland in thel
*^ prewar years would not recognize
the country now. And this not onl) be-
cause 'here are practically no Jews
-< en today in the cities where they
previously active in large numbers It
is also because Poland has undergone
a tremendous physical change. Warsaw!
for example, was completely devastated)
first by the Nazi armies and later by I
Soviet shelling Of the capital prior to its liberation from
the Nazis It is now being rebuilt, but it is not the same
city.
of the elegant Marshalkowska StreetWarsaw's Fifth
Avenue-only the name remained, the street itself chang-
ed in appearance and is very dilapidated So are most
ol the streets. The city gives the impression that the
population is not oppressed by the Communist regime, but
that it i- depressed b) the gloom oi daily life. Intact
whether you visit Warsaw, or Cracow, or in) other j
the larger cities in Poland you feel that Communism in
i is far from Communism as in Russia
The Poles have always hated Russia and maintain
h not onl) the same feeling now toward the Sot
Union They are ultra nationalists and will never foi
thai the Red Army -lulled Warsaw before aiding the
I" PUlation to drive the Nazis out. Nor can they stand the
fad that the building winch dominates the landscape
Warsaw today is the Red skyscraper built by Moscow
B "gift" to the Polish people This "gift" is .|iis| BS un-
welcome to Polish nationalism as had been for decades
a luxurious Russian church built by the Czarist rcgini.
Ol the main squares of the city in the years when
Poland was a part of Russia. The church was ra/.e.l b)
the poles when Poland became an independent country
after World War i. and this will probably be the
Of the Red Skyscraper the minute Poland gams indent
ence from Moscow.


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fill 111! -1' ""- NOTICE PY PUBLICATION
ill '" < nlmvf |N THE C]RcuiT COURT OF THE
lllllll.'.l 'I" '-"] ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT C r
You i'. .......> null,,I that il" | FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
"And since these are times that demand great
courage in the pulpit ... I now wish to state
unequivocally, that TRUTH is TRUTH!"
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C '2283
i i il iN i: V M 11,1.Kit,
PI iln
\ a
i m m:y i. mii.i.i:i:,
l '.f. ndant.
su i for Divorce
I Ti MARY I. Mil l.l I
1 MAI.1 I. Mil
Ifled that a
I..... i"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 5T568 C
IX UK Katati- "i
II KI.KX l.l'K \'SY
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
., v I '. illl I All l'i ii"- Uai -
. imn ... i' ..- \-.i '-' Said
INtllti :
You notified .."'1 n
.. i ,i lalm
i ... mil,, u-hh ..' ii n
.-. ||. M l.l,.'-' v .111-
,,,,,, wu ., |..,.,...ii.-in .1.-.,- l !." of Pads
ii ,..i to ^. ri i'imi I Idi in tin I ountj I
: ,
I ., of I idi founti il"" -"; "
hi liill of fomidaini on the I'lalnt- th.li '' '.',".', ,
Utorney. VXUEI. \ Vl.l. I.....i "<'
ItulidlnK, Miami 3S, hlorlda, '' "''" '<'
,i ni,. ih, orimnal aihwi i ... ,' ih. fl......' n n -" "' >"
thi ; win'" Hi??;1 .......
rt. of l>. ..ml,.-. -J 11 "-. VAX l.AM'l.'.lll-M
tn .! no. tudrmml by default "ill a-i..'Inia'
MXSI.KR I! r'KRIHK, Attorney
V I t
,, 9.l.SJ-80|offlfe in th
_____Dadf i"nut
.ii Inni I action ha* l en in-
.,m-! you in the Circuit
font i ,,r thi Kli i n' h .ludli i.ii i ir-
.ini of I 1. i i.l.i iii and i" l lade Coun-
ty to I..... I.... ;, IlloltBIIKl' upon 111.-
Ilioll :-. ,1 urolll '
Lot I". Him k I". fCTI.KR IlirwiK,
SKCTH 'X I'll K, :i coi-dlnu i" U"
I'lat thei. of, i. '.....li .1 in I'lal Hook
lilt, al l'a......f the I'nl.lii Ri i
, ri. i,| I '.i i. i unt j. Hlorlda, lo-
rr i'li Vi netlun lillndx, w. 1-
i.i,i i ,\. i. & Sui fai l'ii t So jntiu
You an rei|iilreil In file your an-
swi : i" I'la H Iff* imi'lalnt lili the
, ]. of Hi,, afon Id Co
-. \ ,i IMipi f ll|i.,|l ||l|| utlfl
M UtTIX r INK. I'll Moor
n...... rVdi nl l-.ldK., Miami -. Mor-
|i|n no| later than I In '". IPS2
, .. i ., I'ru i 'onfi kni w ill I" en
|. .1 ||H II 'II
11 \ l'i:i Sol emlii r T.
r l; l.l-: VTIIKR.MAS
!;, i, i ih, i 'hi nit Court
,., nl) 11 K M I.YM IN
i leputy Clerk
\l VRTIS I'lNi:
'.
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Mill I i .l.i
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 57682-B
IN RK: Kal
MARY \ 'INN
i-. ,1
I',. All Cit.I tors and All IN oi llav-
;, linn .. i > '> Aaaliifl > '
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11803
SIS VXXK '.'I INN,
inf.
IK.
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I'. i. ndunt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I', i \i '', rsT v HAY ijl INN
Id Terra livllu
i ilma, Calif nl in ,
You, Al His r\ HAY Ql'INX,
iiotifu I hat ii I -ill of Coi
I .l.i in t for l'i..'.. Iii- been fl
..:_ :i ml > i -u are required
-, 14, ,, ,,|,> of j lur .Vnaw ei or Plea
in- in i he Kill "i i "onipl ilnt "ii
Plaint i .iii,.ni, v. ll.i bei i B. w
. imky, :. Klm-aym IU II..ri In ii.I il, 111, nl -mi,I Ans
... |>lend!n in the ofiii nl thi Cli
.i tii,. Circuit "ourt on or b, fore i
..| I i. .ill.. : If > -
... judfi'' ni by di fai
I. .i_.iin>i you lor ih'
unded In the lllll of Co
plaint.
tk-i ~ 11. 11 In- published oi -
. fou ... tlVi ''' I
II PHK IKW ISH 1 l.i'KliUAN.
\'i; VNIl iiRIiKIIKll m Mlai
i .i.,v ..i Noveml
A.I). I '-.
i l l.Katiikkm VN. Clerk,
ni. I >ade County, Plori
iv, ,,h h> : C I'. '< H*Ki*AND,
llep.lt.! '
HKRBKRT R w I l.l IN SKY
, | i : i L' III i II t i f I
1 ,; '
11 !>-l-2
:.. laki n asainel r th< relief
ided in the lllll
i -li.,!l ; published .-ii'
each ivek for foui conwoutlvi ,!<.<
in PHK jKVl ISH KM !{ 11 HAN.
PONE AND CiRDKRKI) al M'anil,
I-.. rlda, thin I Ith da) nl So!. mbi r,
All 1
r H l.i VTIIKRM \ N. f|, i k,
i i 'onri. l '.ni. .inn l i
i ni. |:> i' r '' 'I'I i. \.\'l
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TO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-. PICK is IIKRKIIY 'liv KS that ;
. ,i. r- lam 'I. ill Hll 'i- in \ \ \ i Kltlti .
undi r the flcl
,1 K,.| |., nvlhlllt) Co anil
,.,I Ri ,,.. blllty lii-.nr im
. ,. i... ...:. Miami ..'. Plor-
intendi to reglxtvr -"' namea
the rrk nl the Circuit Court
ie Count) I"l".
\ HERICAN l.i'I'-'.KS. INC.
A I-loIKl. i'..| IH.I.lllnll
Hole Owner
r w KARI.I K
v fi Applicant
\w mil Ki
, Ha.
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12197
| j I w ri: vxciscn r- itRo,
Intlff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. f7519-B
IN RK I:.-!.'
JOHN A. MAI M alao known im
,n iHX A MALM, IK.
I ii ., .,-, ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditora and All Pers-ons Hnv-
Imn or l i.-ii.il- ARiilnal Said
mati
v.. ., hi by notified and > -
. ., i,, i,i. -. in an.! 'aims ami '1, -
.. which you iiiii.! have aaainil
H,||\ V MALM, also
. un a- .11 HIS \ MAI.M. JR., 'I' -
. .,-. ,i I it, of I i.i.I. '- llll> I
i mt.i .lii'l--' of Pud'
. i ill, -iiiii,- i i l'i, i offlceH
, m ii,,. Count; 'mil tlm In I >ade
i i i,i i. ,: hln i call idar
inthM from ill- date of thi
. eof, "i- tin -'.'
It, i .,- ...I
l.l.ll.l.i \N M MAI.M
SI I iX KY ri- in 'Ns is. Atiorni y
-: HldK
Mill
11/16
11 16-33-30 I! 7
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 11231 ,
MKI.AK Mi IRTU \HK
iltl'i IRATII IX >K l'i.' >RI1 'A,
ntll
v.--.
itr T KlN;si;ri:Y III.
man,
'- I. ndant
NOTICE OF SUIT
' ISORKRT T KINi'.SHI ItY 111.
RESIPENCK ixk.nuu ,\. and
Lnknown apouei ol aaid di'feii-
ol m iri i, '1 and alive and if
iti. unknown he ra, di 11-
n' eea, .,- ilu ne *, llenol .*-.
.. ,i h, r ilalmani- i
' hrou|h, '. I- .it-'.iinst -in'- "I
,i defend, nta who are
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
\\ \ 1 KKKi '. im !'
II \ Y City, X.Y
\..l AM II It It' Wen!
Vpari :. \. v.. k Ity. -
N v fn,. your nrn-wi Miami 32. I
i-,-,. with thi
thi abi
N NOTICE UNDER
' ( FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
A Klo N, |S UK IKIIY 'UN KN that
|or tM-iore i i. r. J ......... .:..4. in
,111 be tuk i-r the fh lltlous na
- I. M .. ,,i VI.ITY \! IRE ''I-' 'I'll COMPAXY
I-., N .- .,, ,..; \',.,-,|, WH S.th
Ulan I"l. i'l.i _Intenda i" reB-
y,iu, i ,. you, arc hen by
id r< 'iiiii' 'I i" pri hi in any
. lalniM and demanda which '". or
either you, ma) ha'
, -,iH. M \l:1 V C.CSS dei a-.'
i \ I IK "o int> I- lot nl i. l" the
i i .i 'i-'iiin .luditcH --i I 'ads
Countv, and file the name in theli
Count.! Courthouae In
Ida, iiliin -a nl-
ii.la. lion Ills from the dat< -1 thi
------1 .....II iliol I of SunI ilainin
,.r ileinamls ;.. contain the Icual ad-
,lr, sm of th, liilmani .. i> -1 I" be soi n
Ifi i id pi senled .i- afore* ol
.linn will i barred,
p.ited N-.v. inli.-r ".. A.P. 1982.
w w ins i-i i\ tsrxx, sit.
\- Kxi cutor "i flu i-i-' Will and
Testament ,.i MARY A. HINN
.1. .i^,.i|
l-'irst piiblicatloi..... November '. 1963.
M m:\ IN I. \\ IKXER
An.ii ne) for Kxi .....r
:]:: Alliali v I'.l'l-.. Miami 12. Kin.
II 1-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTIfK IS IIKKEBY GIVEN that
the umleralRned, desiring i" eiiKage in
biiHlnexH under thi fictitious name "f
Regal Vending Company al 118 South
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ i-i i: i^ HKRKKY UIVEN tl
L-rtrlllg to n^.iK-'
i,m m, -. M ti rii i!ti..ns name
VSSOCiATKU AT TO PARTS at 14.
.N \\ -i Ti i wee, Miami. Klorl
in;, ii.i. in ii ti r -ai'i name v
III,- CII r the fir ill '"l'i 1 "f l'-
H'l.nii'v. Klorlda.
Ki.'..' 'I Itn ,l KQI'IPMENT CO.
(Soli i w n- r)
SKYJP It'll I.i i.\i >.v
i for Applicant
II 16-23-30, 1. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice i.- hkreiiy given ti
the in.....signed, dealring i" engage
laisin- -~ under the fictitious name
HI I'si'.V APARTMENTS at 130-151
lilt, n i- I-- register said nai
u ith tin ., k .-I im 'lrcult 'i"
,.f l>.i,l, i '. inty, Kloi Ida.
MKI.VVAY', INC.
It!: .lack Malamuil, Pn b.
HENRY V. KAMI'
Attorn, I for \i, livas. Inc.
li 18-23-30, 1. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVEN tt
the undersigned, dealring m engage
West th Avenue. Miami.JKjorlda, In- ,,I1M,_ ,.,,..,. ,,. flctiUoua name
t, ii.N |n reglatei s.ii.l name With the
Clerk "f iln Circuit Court ol Dade
i 'ouilt! Kloi Ida
I. \7. \i:rs SKOLNICK,
Sole iwner
11 16-23-30 12 T
K II I K VTHEHM VN. f
, .,:.!) II! K M A MAN
I i, pul
'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57379-B

-. i:V VVOl.r
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ., \n ,.,..1.1,,i- and All IN r> 'l
ilma or I', inand- Agalnal Sal I
IMC- ,
, herehj 'i-l nnd re-
i '""' .'*:
which you a hui i asaiiist
n ,-ii the Clerk of the
I .. County, Klorlda
Ti '.M It' 'K V. Owner
Ml I'.' 'N i I -il- B, 31 IW 111 t
Oobl n in, (loldate n > I"iicili r
Iteglairanls
- eet
.bove nan- -.
i a 1 i-eased late of I' '
, .ii,- hen' i m tlfU that the the int
..,,.1 HI' Mi. sain. In thi
\.- aptl ned n has been In-
- you 'ii the Civ. nil
nf ii., Kli lenth Judicial I "lr-
-it ,.i Klorlda in and tor liade t:oun-
i.-r,. loee a mortgage upon the
a |ng ii. .. in...i real propi i ''
lt 13, In Hln. k :: of CAROL CITY, ,
a ordlng to th, I'l.n thereof, re-
urtled in fat Book ':. il pagi
i be r ibllc R., .'is nf l lade
i iunty, i- loi Ida
1 ..a are i. -ii. I t-, file your an-
to plaintiff's complainl with the
,.i tii. .ii..i ild Court,
i i th. i, ,.f upon
ni v m VRTIN i n i:. 'iii '
Ki .i.
ut later I bei I". 1062
I', r r .. Confeaso \- ill
-i :.. -ii \ ,,ii.
: l-,l, November 7 '
E B l.K VTIIERM IN
Cl.-i k i the i 'll nil "ourt
1 al) I I. >i l.l MAN
ty Clerk
' VRTIN FINE
.1 ..lintltf
. KI..... Bade I .1. ral llldg.
I .'-I ;,|.i
11 -J-J
tl,.- Counts fourth mse In Dade
Count! Kloii.U '
month. '' "'
.. ii ne ,t,..a herei t. thi ami nUi
bi bai 'i........
R| >sE VVi !
Bxi
RAY'MONP -l VVOl.K v'-'" '" v
. b .i-i Ihilld
Miami l
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 62C 1175
Si 'KM C. ,-KAi. 'HI Nl'iS.
I'lal il
i wii'sV- SKAI.CHCNE8,
I,. t..i,,l,ini.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V,,| JAMES '' SKAI.'lll M.S.
k-..n Heights, N.l .
.ii,. notified i ser\i ii copj of your
... nivi :. Complaint mod
again-t you on I'lalntiffH attornej
C.KI iRUE NI''H"I.\S. 612 N.W 12th
Miami. H.i.. and file original
with Clerk "f Hi*- Court on
fore i"tb .!'> "f I"" 'her, 1982.
nth, rwlsi mplaint "ill he confi used
hi you
LlATKD NO\
i; B 1 K VTHKRMAN, Clerk
,...,1, 11.1 f P "IKI.ANIi
i:v Cleik
11/9-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57689
IX RK r
MM11A 111 ,1,1 I' >
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, ..; tor* mi.I Ml Persons Hav-
ing claims -. I'-ni.in-- Against Said
I l-'.st.i
.ii.. Iii i. i.\ notified and re-
I quired ,;' claims and de-
mands which "hi ma.) have agnlnst
tl si.,:, ol M \KIA UAI.I.I CCII '
i, fount.v. rlor-
i,l.i. t-. |he founty Judg, s of 1 ade
..ml file the .-.'ii" n tin ii-
iii the fount) fourth I
I i,,,i. i in-.-. Fioi Ida, i'imi -iv ral-
. n lai iiioinlis fi..... the date < ili>-
fir-t publication hereof, rr the name
will l"' barred
I'AI'l. i; M.l.lVi'ln
l".\,. ut. r
PACXCE, KINK ,\ li'KMAX
Attorn,! -
1 .':' i 'ongi ess Rldg.
Ml.inn 32, I da
11 23-30, 12 7-11
IM. \.\.n -.1' i- ii i RES -ii 2680 S.v
2itn Ti race. Miami. Klorlda Intent
... registei said name with the Cli
t the Cln :ii Court ol Dade Conn'
III. i.M \S W. Sllll'TON
I R1EH.M VN & SHAPIRl >
n, i s for I hn.i \\ Hhipton
II 18-23-30, 1- '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K IS III '' ^ N "''

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..( tb. Cln ,'"1''
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K.lv.
,; i
: HENRY \ K VMP
. 1 lor i-i I

tJ-IO 11
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANC
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 12483
1.1'ISV UBMESAR.

1
i \i::,ns i.KMKSAi;.
i'. ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I. i i' u:i.i IS REMESAR
\i'|ii;i:ss I'XKXOWN
VI ,' V 1! l.i i S KKMKSAH, a- .
! .-- inknown, are required to fl'-'
lour answer to the complaint for d
-,... vIth ti"- Clerk of the ah
.....i op) then of upi- i
UINO P. NEUKBTT1, Attorney, 91
gi-eas Ithli Ill N E 2nd A> -
nm. Miami, Horida, on or before D
.....iiln-r 28th, 1062, or else compea*
i an ..ni, --. ,1
Hated this 20th day of Nov. nf ,
K i: l.K. VTIirUMAX
i 1, ,,f the Circuit Court
leenlj B) C. P. col'Kl.AND
llepllt! I "i, i k
il :'::-:i. U/T- '.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITIC
tb.- undersigned, desiring t.' engage In
i in -- under the fictitious name Of
KI I LEASING CO. inol in.- I at I1V0
S.w -'ii Street, Miami, Florida. In- |SAMl EL MILLER,
CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA
No. 62C 12489
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
,-, is HKUBISY till N H '
' '
: .
t IS Y -It- It A NC
x u. Miami, I
i. ml to reglater said name ith the
i i, k of thi Circuit Court ol I '."I'-
ll, rlda
II,I Ml IT' HIS, IXC, fl Kla. i orp.
SMITH ,v M VXDLER
Vtttornevs f,-'- Kli Motors, [no.
Lincoln Road
Ml...... BM*FW*,| M-JO-lt/T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XtiTICE is llflf i:t C.I! "'"
th. undi rsii Ing to engage in
ii, tltious name nl
, .-u'^'kv'
n, Intend to rafiaur
...... ,,,,,- Id name w th the Cli rk of tl u -
w i:pm \s .- v. own, i
12,7-H
li 28-3012 7-11
Plaintiff,
HARRIETT MILLER,
i,, t. ndant.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
YOV, HARRIETT MILLER, II.
B Pennsylvania are notified to serve
. opj i nm' an-u. t to l dvorce Co
pbiinl >"ii "ii Ptalntlfl
atti..... i I1EI >lti. K NICHOLAS, I
S.W ih Ave., Miami, l-'l.i and t
i il with Clerk ol this i 'ourt i
i'- i mber, if'-:', ,.tl
mi \. ill be conli bsi -t
DATED Xoi, 1962
K II I R VTHERM VN
I, of ih. Circuit Court
|g, ,li U) l< M. l.YMA.V.
I ii ut) Clerk
l I 83-80, 2/7-11


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+Jf*i*tFhrkli^r
Friday. November 2: -.ago
Leaders
By MAX LERNER
The swirling event; of our til
c nOteting winds. We try to recognize
of certain problems" or "questions" on which ihej
Cuban question, the Berlin problem, the S viet-CI -
rv^e-lndian war. Sometimes we dramal
like the I ;< >: unst the
ers. or;: K< medy-Khrushchov duel or the -:
chev and Mao Tse-tung.
I have been Ihinkmg ol the half-dozen
been most deeplj involved in the events ol -
\ .-.eh of them have gained m stature as a result
To study the role of leaders in the drama s is like st
ing the great roles ii reek and Shapes
Often pit] and terror in them, ar
Light on how man himself is caug
Soviet Convicts
More Jews
For 'Crimes'
Ccnrlnwtd f-jn Piji 1-A
. :
CSS 1 '
The latest news about de Gaulle and Adenauer is a study m con-
treats Most of us had expected that the 'Si egel Affair'
t.ult in the breakup of Adenauer's coalition with Eric Mende's Fre<
Democratic Party, but we had not expected the revolt against Adenauer
in hi.s own party Adenauer has manased in the past to survive a suc-
cession of power crises, and concervabh he can extricate himseh trosn
his present one.
Yet it is hard to see how. The arrest of the Spiegel's publisher Jews."
was more than a violation of press freedom It was a permission to
the military power in the state to run rampant over the non-miUtarj
ministries ar.d the role of the law. Despite his arrogance and bluster
Adenauer has shown strength and considerable vision in his 13 years I
power. It this is the political end for him it is >ad to see hin end s
shabbily
De Gaulle, who can match Adenauer in arrogance and authoritar-
ianism, has come up with a triumph where it was lea-t expectedin
the parliamentary election? This was another disaster from the pre-
diction experts, including many of the old Par.- nav con-
sistently guessed wrong on de Gaulle, and who ought to indict hli
unC ] : : I and unusual humilations to which he has
subjected them
The supns*- to the experts was that de Gaulle was s
his | persona! into partj si Where A
seems t< tx career by s old party. De Ga
the
as
-
Moscow N
. til as Avroin
f tl
Heii
ed in Moscow in
Yiddish. stated that
: the i SSR 2.2
j< w hav< lughi r or secondar)
lucation" an I an
employed in various fields." The
article claimed that marly 10 per-
cent of Soviet writer? and journal-
i>ts are .lews, while "more than
10 pen : :'r<
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article, mere than 7 500 Jews
are depjt.es in local govern-
mental b'aies, while some are
deputies in the national legisla-
ture* of the Ukraine. Byelorus-
sia, Lithuania arvi other Soviet
Republics, reaching even into
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lapse of the dream of peace that Nehru and his India havt
Nehru's greatness came in the gaining of India's indepx-ru
from Bril in later laying i foundation for national unity But
it ij the hammer blows of the Chinese army that haw :
Nehr reluctantly what other Ind
for some I < communism is expansu hma
cannot allow an India to i\:-t which is making a success
le a democrat ework, and that China's war againsi India
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by ISABEL GROVE
Juests at a reception in honor of Rabbi Leon
.ush held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
Rifkin in behalf of the Greater Miami Med-
Center to be built in Beersheba, Israel, in-
.0 (left to right) Mesdames William
igicnov. Trudy Hamerschlag, Anna Brenner
levers, Zeev Z. Dover, Moshe Berman. Paul
Gcrdcn. Jacob Rifkin and Leon Kronish. The
women are leaders of the campaign to raise
S2OO,C00 for the medical center, sponsored by
the Business and Professional Council cf Kupat
1 o'.im-Kistudrut. Mrs. Meyers is chairman.
Mis. Dover is the wife of the Israel Consul ior
the Southeastern United States.
Happy family reunion for the
Judge Milton Friedmans away
from home Daughter Judv
accompanied her parents to South
Carolina where son Ronny, a jun-
ior at the University of North
Carolina, joined them in Colum-
bia, completing the family circle
with son Ken, a freshman at the
U of South Carolina .
Thanksgiving was spent with
Sylvia's sister and brother. Mrs.
Ted Solomon and Henry Stern and
their families Then the Fried-
mans spent some time on the
campus Of the U at Chapel Hill
and saw the Duke vs. North Car-
olina football game .
Greeting Judge Friedman on
his return was the very pleasant
news that he had been selected
by the National Association of
Municipal Judges to l" jar.-.
ists iliis week at their i Uoi i
convention being held at the Fc -
tainebleau 400 judv.- from
all over the U.S. will gat
hi one of only two judges
Florida who has been asked
-peak. i
Happy 85th birthday to pion .'
Miamian, Mrs. Isidore Cohen .
In the 67 years she has lived he >,
Mrs. Cohen has watched the ar.
and organizations grow, and 6
and her family have had me
than a little bit to do w
both .
She was first president
Hadassah, founder ami presid"
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Miami. Florida, Friday, November 30, 1962
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WORKSHOP SESSIONS LAUNCH DEUBtRATiONS
'Family Life' Conference Tuesday
p.e Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans its sixth annual Eternal
|ht luncheon Dec. 5 at the Algiers Hotel. Standing (lett
right) are Mesdcmcs Louis H. Stailman, prizes.-^ Eugene
iwarz. chairman; Paul Wilson, seating; and lack Shaw,
->rjTam. Seated Heft to right) are Mesdames Louis Cohen
rid Louis Gold, ticket co-chairmen. Not shewn is Mrs. Lud-
. j Kosterich, table decorations. "How to Succeed in Sis-
:nood Without Really Trying," by Tnxie Levin, featuring
Ithe Temple Emanu-El Players, will be presented at the
luncheon.
. [or the se ond annual
i ilj Life" conference of the
-. Committee of Jewish
Familj and Children's Service have
I r, n announced by Mrs. David
Kirsh, conference chairman.
Bach I the three morning work,
shop sessions will feature panel-
i is who are professionals in their
fiel :. and a lay person who is
familiar with the problems dis-
cussed,
The conference will be held on
Tuesday at the Everglades Hotel.
i> ith registration at 9:30 a.m. The
sessions are open to the public, but
advance reservations are request-
i !. Reservations chairman is Mrs.
Alan Cohen
Mrs Irving Fell, president of
i's Committee, announced
thai workshop topics and their par-
ticipants .ll include the follow-
"AdolescenceIs it Necessary?"
TaneliSiS .ire Solomon Lichter.
principal of Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School; Ivan Cohen, member
ol the JFCS staff, and director of
the agency's Child Care program;
and Mrs Milton Margulis. Chair-
man is Mrs George Jacobson. Re-
corder is Mrs. Allan Herron.
"MarriageCommunity Pressure
Pot"Panelists are Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, long-time leader in wom-
en's organizations and community
affairs; Mrs. Stanley Ersoff, a
v orking mother: JFCS staff con-
sultant, Mrs Florence Sinclair;
a n d Mrs Benedict S
is Mrs. Li il<
man. RecorJi r is Mrs. .
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"The Silver Lining in the Golc- i,
Years" Panelists are Mar' a
Schreiber, o\< cutive din cl >r if
day cent.".- of Ha.it t our."
Jack Frankenstein, district dir
tor of the Miami Beach office of
JFCS; and Stanley Bloom, prod -
er, director, and script writer
television. Chairman is Mrs Ray
Continued on Page 4-B
Sabbath Services Mark
New Era for Hadassah
Hadassah's second half century
will be observed at Hadassah Sab-
bath on Friday evening and Sat-
urday. Dec. 7 and 8. by syna-
gogues and temples in Miami.
Tribute will be paid to the late
Mis- Henrietta Szold, founder of
Hadassah, by the Miami Chapter.
In addition to its program of
healing, teaching and medical re-
search, Hadassah also concentrates
Discussing the "Niohl in Italy" dinner dance for the Opera on ^ff^^VuSfZ
Guild of Greater Miami are (left to right) Mrs. Dav.d hojrh- g-JE?
berg. Mrs. Daniel Schlapik. Mrs. Emil Morton, and Mrs. demption. ^ ^ ^^
Leonard Jacobson.
liami Opera 'Night in Italy' Finalized
Final plans for the Miami Beach
lOpera Committees "Night in
IItaly" dinner dance were being
I made this week at a coffee at Mrs.
jl'ivid Hochberg's home on Pine
(Tree Dr.
Architect Morris Lapidus show-
| JPavilUoa, which he has design.)
[ i the dance to be held at the
l den Roc Hotel on Dec. 5. The
Idesign features a "theatrein-the-
round" pa\ ill mil. from which the
Opera Guild singer will perform.
Through the courtesy of Alitalia
Airlines, the Pompeii Room will be
decorated with original European
opera house billboards. Authentic
crests of Italian regions done on
felt will adorn the walls Alitalia
has also donated ceramic and
bather prizes imported direct from
Italy. In addition, the airline has
designed the menu covers and m-
viUUoM to dd real Italian Hair.
Decoration chairman. Mrs. Ed-
win O'Leary, has gotten together
colorful table decorations to go
with the main pavillion. Helping
her are Mrs. Emil Friedlander and
Mrs. Leopold Spitalny. Chairmen
for the dance are Mrs. Emil Mor-
ton Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, Mrs.
Daniel Schlapik and Mrs. David
llochberg.
Some 25 tables are already "in,
and the committee plans on over
400 people attending the colorful
ball. Proceeds go to the Opera
Guild of Miami.
of youngsters from many hostile
lands have been brought to safety
in Israel. The Eleanor Roosevt
Forest, part of Miss Szold's refor-
estation plan, has revitalized ban
hills and valleys in Israel.
Rabbis and congregations parti-
cipating in Hadassah Sabbath ar
hi Simon April, Beth Emeth:
Rabbi Nonii.cn N Shapiro, Beta
David: Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
Beth Torah; Rabbi Harold Rich-
ter. Dade Heights; Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, Israelite Center; Rabbi
Norman' Shalowitz. Yehuda h
i.Moshe; Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun; Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am:
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Temple
Judea; Rabbi Herschel Brooks,
Temple Zamora; Rabbi Daniel
l.ou v. Temple Sinai of North Dade;
and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Tem-
ple Zion.
Speakers will include Mrs. Sheil
Baron, Mrs. Norman Chasin. Mrs.
George Katzman, Mrs. Bernard
Kramarsky, Mrs Michael Krop
and Mrs. Sidney Langer.
In charge of all arrangement'
are Mrs. Samuel Fidnum-r and
Mrs. Norman Lyons. CO chairmen
President of the Miami Chapter
Of Hadassah is Mrs. Joseph Milton.
AIRS. IRVING U
MRS. DAVID KIRSH


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November 30, 1962
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Hisladrul activities
i esl speaker will be Osip Zol-
li subject is "Histadrut
in Israel." Program of musical
numbers will feature Miss Carol
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UfH LOOKS TO THE FUTURE THROUGH MIZRACHI.
(rida Chapter of Mlzrachi Women
in Heart and Soul' Conference Here
. >ion ci the Mizrachi ol its extraordinarj record over
nization "f America the past 37 years," according to
- annual conference on Mrs Ely Resnikoff, newly-elected
i Tuesday, Dec. u> and national president of Mizrachi.
I ontainebleau Htc
Panel Show Set
At Mount Sinai
"Wh it's My Service?" an edu-
:il panel -how, will highlight
the program of the semi-annual
mei ting ol the Women's Auxiliary
ol Ml Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami on Ifridaj morning, Dec. 7,
m a.m in Wolfson Auditorium of
i!u' hospital
Comprising
Jackie Pierce
the panel will be
public service di-
or "i the gathering
londay evening, 8 p.m.,
test reports from Is-
ral ti' nds in religious
of the conference is
: soul on Tuesday,
si ssions will begin at 9
.i plenary workshop. A
n .ii noon will feature
si speakers and a can-
anization can be proud
iior Citizens
hority Slated
.in M Maxwell, consult-
Hi < enters r -enior citi/ons
B< National Council on the
'. York City, is conduct-
eminar on senior citizens',
rhursdaj and Friday
minar, planned by Senior
i-. in (ooperation with
>;.ite Uni< ersity, also in-
David I. Levine, pro-
iooI of Social Welfare,
c
,1 session, open to inter-
/ens it! the community.
Development oi Senior
enters and their Hole in
unity." v.,i- to be held on
evening in Room 272,
e Bld 1350 NW 12th
tcers from the Nalion
I JeM i-h Women, who
e centers, were to par
ter c
"NO one who has visited Miz-
rachi project- in Israel can fail to
be (lecph impressed with what the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America has accomplished. There
i- a need tor extension of our ser-
vices in Israel, and like all dynam-
ic organizations which serve to
keep pace with a dynamic Israel,
we see endless opportunities for
i .ither service
Mizrachi projects in Israel, to be
discussed at the Florida regional
conference here, include Youth
Ali>;ih. which provides academic,
teligious, vocational, and agricul-
tural training, as well as social
service, for some 5.000 children in
Mizrachi home- and institutions
throughout the Jewish state.
The annual Florida conference
will implement the great and posi-
tive work we have achieved as an
mi.anization in behalf of Israel,"
according to Mrs Alfred Stone.
1 11 rdinator here "We are heart
and soul in our work for the youth
i't the state of Israel, in whose
hands rests the future of the
- ate."
chapter conference chairmen in
charge ol reservations for the
hi'.i heon and .session- are:
Aviva Chapter, Mrs Fred Uos-
enzweig, Mrs. Nathan Zeichner,
president; Dov, Mrs Max New-
berger, Mrs. Louis Tokayer, pres-
ident; Hatikvah, Mrs Emma Ratt-
ner. Mr- Jacob KatZ. president;
Kinnerei. Mr- Alvin Levinson.
Mrs Donald Shrager. president;
Miami Beach chapter. Mrs. Ethel
". Mrs. Louis Lustig, secre-
tary, and Mr- Pauline Grand-
. erg, honorary president.
rector ol WTVJ; Adelita L. Quo
jfldo, executive director of the Mi-
ami Heart \-sii : Hank Meyer, pub-
lic relation- authority and trustee
oi Mt Sinai Hospital: and Kenneth
oka. Miami Beach Mayor
Members of the auxiliary, repre-
senting the departments of the
auxiliary, will serve as contestants.
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, program
chairman, will act as moderator.
Mrs A. Herbert Mathes is presi-
dent ol the Women's Auxiliary of
Mt Sinai Hospital Mrs. Arthur
Burrell is chairman of the day.
Serving on her committee are Mrs.
Louis G. Lytton and Mrs. Lewis
Capland, in charge of arrange-
ments; decorations. Mrs. Harry
Moscoe; hostesses. Mrs. Jay Siege!
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid, and Mrs. Ben
L. Fabric, chairman, look over the book which Rabbi Labo-
vitz will discuss in the second of a series of annual book re-
views sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid. The
review 13 scheduled for Monday evening, Dec. 17, and will
fecture "Guns of August," by Barbara W. Tuchman.
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Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
have a cast call lor a musical pro-
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Trixie Levin on Wednesday and
Thursday, S p.m., in the Social
Hall.
Mrs, Kay Morse, Sisterhood pres-
ident, and Mrs. Cele Stern, bus-
iness manager of the production,
invite members of the Sisterhood
and the congregation to try out
ior parts

icon in honor of Miss
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fund Raising Affair
Fust fund-raising affair for
B'nai B'rith Women. Miami Beach
Chapter, will be a luncheon and
card party on Wednesday noon at
the Bel Aire Hotel Reservations
chairmen are Mr-. Evelyn Isaak
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INSTANT OR IN BAGS
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wafer.
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Friday. November 30.
Ambassador's Ball Planned for Dec. 23;
Mrs. Meyers Again to be Grand Hostess
The Ambassadors Bull, which
established, an innovation last yar
wi'ih the presentation of 3i> young
ladies come-of-age to the Governor
of Florida and the Ambassador of
Israel, will be held this year on
Sunday evening, Dec. 23. at the
Fontainebleau Motel
The Ambassador's Ball tradition-
ally brings to a glittering climax
the Israel Bond campaign of the
year. Again in 1962. the event will
he held under the patronage of
(he Ambassador of Israel.
The Ablin family (left to right) are daughter, Mrs. Marvin
Schero, Marvin Schero. Mrs. Jack Ablin. and son, Donald
Ablin. They'll attend Sunday's groundbreakinq at the Jew-
sh Home for the Aged to expand the Jack Ablin Memorial
here. (See Page 1-A.)
Family Life' Conference to Feature
Variety of Topical Workshop Sessions
Continued from Page 1-B
i R Rubin Recorder is Mrs
diet Hartman Burk.
Leo Mindlin, executive editor
. The Jewish Floridian. will be
test speaker at the luncheon ses-
_>n.
President of Jewish Family and
nildren's Service is Mrs Burton
3. Goldstein, who will present the
ivocation at the luncheon session.
Conference chairman, Mrs Kirsh,
iUWtinced Miss Esther Lowenthal
s staff coordinator of the session.
! t charge of arrangements are
!rs. Lewis Kanner. Mrs. Leon
^dler, Mrs. Edward Sirkin. and
Irs. Sanford Wolin. Mrs. Burg-
ad Steiner was in charge of pub-
city.
Women's Committee of Jewish
-atnily and Children's Service Wfes
ccepted as a major responsibility
ie agency's recent decision to
.sUbhsh a treatment n ie in
^63 tor emotionally disturbed
hildren in the Southeast area of
ie United States.
The home will be the first of
s kind here, and is being uniter-
aken in conjunction with Jewish
hildren s Service, of Atlanta. Ga.
"Our primary need is for the
-tablishmcnt of facilities for the
are of those disturbed children
ho can not be successfully treat-
ed while remaining in then- own
homes." Mrs Goldstein declared,
citing a Welfare Planning Courftil
stud) here six years a
"This facility in no way meets
all the needs of (he emotionally
disturbed child." the JFCS presi-
dent explained. "However, our
agency and the Atlanta organiza-
tion, in cooperation with the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation, will
have made an auspicious begin-
ning."
Vice Presidents
To be Honored
Two vice presidents who have
recently returned to Miami Beach
will be honored by Hatikvah Miz-
rachi Women at a membership tea
on Tuesday at the home ot Mr. and
Mrs Fred Zisquit.
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld and Mr-.
Harry Schwartz have long been
known for their efforts and activi-
in the Mizrachi Women's m
ment.
Mrs Bienenfeld was an officer
and founder ol the Belle Harbor
Chapter <>i Mizrachi Women. She
has been accorded the title of hon-
orarj president in that group.
Mrs Schwartz has been associat-
ed with Mizrachi Women in local
chapters, well as on a national
level
Both women are vice presidents
> I Hatikvah chapter.
77 Families Will Be Consecrated
FRI. & SAT., DEC. 14 & 15
Temple Beth Am of South Miami
this week announced the affiliation
of the following new member fam-
ilies to the Reform congregation
The 77 families include:
Mr .ui.i Mr- Alan tirtijnmln. Dr.
and Mi Jow |,h Vrmlui. Mi und Mi -
Sam llcrnxtt-iii, in, imd Mr-. Edward
llluin, Mi un Ml Larrj rlogner,
Mi md Mr* Julian Brill, Dr. and
Mr* KUward I'ava, Mra. Dorothy Coe,
H and Mm Jay <'..n.. Mr. and Un
AJvlli Con nblum, .Mr. nnd Mr.-. Hi
'-- t Itahbln, Mr. and Mrs, Martin
l-Y-h.-i. Mr and Mr- Paul Funnan,
Mr and Mrs. Andrew Ueller, Dr. ana
\i Arthur Cl liber t, Mr. and Mra
StanU) nilbert, Mr and Mr*. Sidney
U hov, Mi and Mi.-. Sheldon Hack
i. Mr and Mi. Charled rlimmel, Mr
mid Mm I'liii Kajilun, Mr. and Mrn.
w ilh.,in Kotok.
Mr. and Mr- Morton Kronengold,
Mi and Mm. Mi rwj n i..\ In, Mi -
Minn i !- \ In, Mi. and Mr.-. Iiu In
l-Mii. Mi. an,I Mi- Ml< hai I Llebel -
man. Mr. and Mrs. diehard l,othuiiUH,
Mi nnd Mi Arthin L.Joiik, Mr, ana
Ml Sol Mi '..i win, I >i. .,n,l Mr- Max
d, Ml. and Mr- llnrvi i Paul
I and Mi.- \\'.i\ ne ItuRi re, Mj and
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS*
GREAT FIRST COMEDYf
Mr- IMw.irl seharpH, Mr. and Mm.
I., n Si i.,' am
Mr. nnd Mm Sol Si hwai t/. Mr
and Mr- Sianiej Snel er. Mi and
M I lonnld Sob, i. Mi and Mr- Carl
i i/. Mr and Mi- Krw n Stelnbetv,
Mr. and Mrs. I.ionnnl Stubblnn, Mi
and Mr> t'llfl Sui inn.in. Mm I llo Im
\\. .n.-i. in. Mr. and Mi- Harold
W.in-i... k, Mr nnd Mm Mleh.,.1
w i \1. r, Mr. an,I Mi Kb nun I w ino-
km. Mr und Mm. Krederk-k Wl*e.
Dr. and Mr*. Victor SVliten, \i ..n i
Mr- William Wyauckl, l.i. t'ol and
Ml Sheldon Kit
Mr and Mra Itonuld r. |m -. m-
and Mm. Svyniour Sleicel, Mr. and
Mr- Philip fed...... Mi and Mra
Harry /.iir. en, Mi. an i Mi llei rj
Carver, Mr. and Mm Saul Cenei Ml
and Mm. MontitKue I i i:.. m Mr
David Tallin, Mr nnd Mm Miuej
Ki haffer, Mi nnd Mi \ hi Hi li k,
Mm. l.il In n Si Inn li M nnd Mrs
Joi Schelnberir, Mr and Mm r..a,.n
W Mi und Mm Will .
Mr. and Mi- Itli u ml Ston. Mm
Violet tlelh
M and Mi Slanh N Kan Ml
ami Ml iKldor Ki i. : In, Nil nd
M tU lurevlti Mi and Mi -
' ii In nnd Mm
li Sunim, i.-. Mr. ii nd Mm r
gene Mlbtrm Ml and Mi Ji Im
i.I Mm 1' i .r
Mi n Mm. Henry Kauffi
rrui I r und \l
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An official consecration service
for new members will be held at
a -penal candlelight ceremony
scheduled for Dt c< n ber.
VlAM BEACH AuDITORiUM 8:3C p.m.
Tirkets: S6.00-4.75-3.50-2.00
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Productions Asiocates
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Rabbi Labovitz Scheduled
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Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israt l Sisterhood will
hold a card pai tj in the sot ial hall
mi Wednesdaj evening Hosti --' -
re Mrs, Sandra Herman and Mrs
Rose Gold,
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Also this year. Mfs Anna Bren
ner Mej^jTs. one of Cheater Miann'.-
bt-t (tnown women leaders, will
serve as grand hostess of the ball.
Under her guidance, daughter!
come-of-age will again be present-
ed lo-the patrons of the ball.
Mrs. Meyers revealed that plans
are in the offing for a series of
events preceding the Ambassa-
dor's Ball, at which the young
ladies to be presented tins year
M ill be feted and have an oppor-
tunity to meet with the presenta-
tions committee.
In preparation for this year's
event, a special pin is being de-
vised to be known as Junior Spon-
sor's of Israel.
In announcing that Mrs. Mey-
ers will again serve as grand
hostess this year, Samuel Fried*
land, chairman of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bund Organization,
noted that Mrs Meyers was among
the first lo earn Israel's highest
recognition, the Woman of Valor
Award. Widelj known as "dean of
women attorneys in the south,"
Mrs, Meyers ha- found time to de-
vote to man> community services,
ddition to sen ing as a lead-
ing member of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction.
Mrs Meyers indicated that ap-
plications to present daughters or
idaughters at the liHii' Am-
bassador's Ball will be forthcom-
ing shortly All those eligible
may Bubmit the names of those
to be presented to Mrs Meyers
and her committee at 424 Lincoln
l.n Miami Beach
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
grand hostess of the Ambas-
sador's Ball, as she appec
ed at last year's function .
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fJewist fht Idlicnn
Page 5-E
G.
Bellin
Cooking
Comer
\e. 1 shotlldM roasled in the
ional Jewish manner, in a
,i pan with a little liquid
addci i* a tiavorsome. jutcy meat.
Ship-A-Box'
Auction Slated
Kvcning Division of the Greater
Miami Section, National Council
<>f Jewish Women, will hold its
third annual auction for "Ship-A-
Box" on Wednesday evening at
lastec Inn, 7500 SW Eighth St.
A Jay C'ristol will act as aution-
ecr for the sale of the many new
items collected by division mem-
bers. All proceeds are for the
gravy. Or the gravy may first be
thickened by cooking it for a few
moments with a tablespoon of flour benefit of Council's "Ship-A-Box"
mixed to a smooth paste in 1-4 cup P10^ram '" Israel.
Of cold water. If preferred, the Council Sections all over the
fork An economic" ^ T'St may be Carved ;" ,hc L'n,ted Staler and Canada are en-
lonreoarV dial, itcouThivc lab,c-and thentural or thickened gaged in the project of sending
"\l gravy passed separately. This toys, arts and crafts materials, and
amount eives 8-9. other needed items to kindergar-
tens and primary grades, and to
Roasf Veal Shoulder-
Continental Style
,iil> me disadvantage. When it is
i i solid piece of meat with
id. n lefl it. it is impossible
r\' with any degree of at-
eness The soft meat must
I, 'moved from the bones and
., pieces rather than ncat-
f. ced However, when the
I method of cooking is
eon ned with shoulder of veal
- been boned and rolled.
Id lo al! the other advant-
-\ carving and an attrac-
. arance
Ih>i i ol roa-t ii add flav-
i< the gravy and when
ble it i* ad\ is il that they
iked i'h the meat. They
i lai el along with it in the
and discarded after cook-
, 'V'V may be reserved to
i n '.' i; stock. At any rate.
. y ..re included in the cost
veal, economy suggests they
ilized. When the roast is pur-
i I, allow about one-third pound
e boned meat for each por-
... recipes are two varia-
- ") the traditional method of
pn raratirn which can bo made
nod and rolled shoulder of
i
deprived or
:: lbs honed and rolled veal
shoulder
I tea-pooti salt
1 8 teaspoon pepper
1-2 cup w ater
L' tablespoons oil or chicken fat
1 medium onion, diced
1 2 (up diced -rein pepper
1-2 cup chopped celery leaves
2 cups canned tomatoes
1 tablopoon sugar
l teaspoon paprika
a pinch "t saffron
Rub the meat with the salt and
p< ppcr, and place on the rack of
a deep roaster Pour the water
uio the pan around the meat. an.I
ri .ist uncovered for one hour, at
institutions tor the
handicapped child.
President of the division i- Mrs.
tforris Futernick,
DPhiE Pledges
Seen on Parade
A. Jay Cristol rehearses his tole as auctioneer (or a Ncr.lona.
Council o( Jewi.sh Women Evening Division auction. Lockinc
on is Mrs. Monis Futeinick, president of the division.
Omega chapter of Delta I'hi Kp-
silon sorority presented its liuh
annual "Pledges on 1'aradc" at
the Deauvuie Hotel last week ^ad Hatters Will Gather for Lunch
Pledge classes of all 13 sororities
on the University of Miami campus
were presented to the faculty and
student body at the parade.
Members of DPhiE included
Cookie Becker. Renee Bernstein,
Marcia Davis, Lynda Festinger,
June Fuller. Rollyn Classman,
It'll be "anything goes" in the guests will be highlighted b; prize",
hat department Tuesday, when g<>Ulg to a woman wearing the
. ., ... ,. .- most beautiful hat.
Wcstbrooke Country Clubs ladies An oMra ^^ ()f ,h(.
get together for a Mad Hatters toll wjj| bc Fabulous Fa- i -
luncheon. Holiday Designs" by Joe Ml Ci .i- ,
The luncheon for members and ol the Pin Cushion.
323 degs F Meanwhile, heat the Jcri Grcenberg, Debra Hoffman.
Martha Holmcr, Linda Lehner.
Beverly Lieff. Susan Rivkin. Iris
Ross. Janice Safrin, Susan Shur-
berg. Paula Solostoff, Sandra Sut-
ker, Arlcne Wahl, and Joancarole
\\V\lcr.
Some 1.(100 persons attended the
Mrs. Ethel Cbis-
C. Shopiro were
large enough to provide eight When the meat has baked for one present as members of the Inter
: nine portions A slightly small-
fat in a small saucepan, add the.
onion, green pepper, and celery
haves, and stir over medium heat
in;' S minutes. If necessary, cut
'be tomatoes into small pieces.
Add to the saucepan together with
any tomato liquid. Add the sugar.
The recipes call for three paprika, and saffron, bring to a evening event
Is of readv-to-cook meat, a bed. then simmer 20 minutes, ling and Mis
piece could be used, but for best
{, ills it should not be less than
ind a-half pounds Both these
es last* even better when
. a i'. ance and the meat shc-
Erigerated in the gravy, and
t. So, tor a smaller [am-
ui or three meals could be
I from each recipe, and the
portions could be used a
r. later or frozen tor later
or. the other hand fur a larg
a larger roast can be sue-
|j ma,:.', with the remain-
ri (in nt- increased In pro-
Piast Shoulder of Veal
Mock Turkey Style
i med and rolled veal
aider
ispoon poultrv seasoning
poon salt
-poon pepper
e carrot, peeled and sliced
large onion, diced
ip v. ater
lespoona chicken fat
the meat with the poultry
I .-oiling, salt, and pepper. Place
" carrot and onion in a deep
'nware casserole or Dutch
i and add the water Place
" meat on the vegetables and
I the fat over the top. Cov-
i dish tightly, and roast the
I a 350 degs. F. about tW
hour, pour the sauce over it. cover national Executive Council.
the roaster, and continue baking
about I'ii hours longer, until the
veal is very tender The meat may
be carved at the table and the
sauce served separately, or the
meat may be sliced and served in
the sauce. This amount serves
s :>
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Chanuka Play
Set for PTA
Highlights ot the Temple Kmanii-
I religious school PTA brunch-
meeting on the morning of Dec.
12 will be a Chanuka play featur.
ing the pupils of the Foundation
s, hool and nursery-kindergarten
classi -
Mis Seymour Alterman, presi-
dent of the Temple Emanu-EI
PTA, al-o announced that the or-
;anization s _itt shop will display
its new array of Chanuka decora
tions, toys, books and many reli-
gious and everyday gilt items at
the brunch.
Naomi Brandeis, director of the
nursery and kindergarten classes.
will supervise the special chil-
dren s program for the PTA meet-
ing, and Mrs. Fay Feinstein, oi
the Foundation School, will be in
charge of the program for the old-
er children under her supervision
The brunch and stage procnta-
. tion will take place in the Tern
irs, until the veal la tender. The pies North Branch Bldg at 77th
I may be sliced, then served St and Dickens Avc.. starting at 10
casserole with the natural a.m.
Safety Harbor
Sees Top Season
S. V'oel Eiscn. managing direc-
lor of Safetj Harbor Spa. well-
known Florida west coast health
-pot. situated at Espiritu Springs,
iiscovered bv DSota in 1539, pre-
dicts that by all indications the
coming season will he one of the
' csl enjoyed b> Safety Harbor.
Open iiom November to May,
Eisen said that visitors to the
Spa. which is on the mam lire of
the Seaboard, with the Atlantic
Coast Line slopping in nearby
Clcarwater, "enjoy luxury accom-
modations, medical supervision,
ard individually prepared diets, in
acl iition to social and athletic acti-
vities, paralleling the best-equip-
ped resorts
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National Council of Jewish Women
Sections Plan Meetings for Wednesday
Meetings <>f ;ill Greater Miami Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Joseph Klein
Section Divisions, National Council
ol Jewih Women, will be hold on
\\ edrcsday, ace i to Mrs Raj
ii11mil Rubin, Section president
Council's overseas program
which assists Jewish communities
pi road to train lea lership i ir edu
cation and social welfare service,
v. ill in- presi ntt
In | nenta in ol these ser-
vici i man pos ible through
grant' to the J< hn De ey
(tt
L
e members ol tne blood bank ot the
Division Chamber of Commerce of
Surf le, Ba! Haiboui, and Pay Harbor Is-
cept pledges from prospective donors.
ji Si left to right) are Mrs. Fred Katz. chair-
man. Mrs. Waiter Shweitzer, and Mrs. Milton
Levinson, president. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Essie Wolis, Mrs. Daniel Wolff, and
Mrs. Martin Bloch.
i- president oi the group
islands Division will hear Victor
I! Lindlahr, author and nutrition*
al the home ol Mrs Ja< k Coup
UK V. : ; Sunset Is*
' (l :> Mi i tin^ is sche uled tor
' p.m Mrs Dan Wax is presi-
I
Lincoln Division
will in, Sec-
i E mcation ol thi Hebrew I'm- '":1 i'1 Ul11 be
versi tiding ol a new S500,- eld al hi I Hotel al noon.
000 practii teaching High School Presidenl i the group is Mrs.
on the campus ol the Hebrew I ni- Milton Ratner
versity; fellowships to profession-
al, educational and social service Shores Div's'on theme will be
workers for graduate study in the "Council Cares." Luncheon will
i : ited States; and the sending of be at noon al Westview Country
toys and school supplies to chil- Club. Mrs Burton Goldberg is
dren's institutions in
Morocco through the
I rogram.
Israel and
Ship-A-Box
Women's Group
Forms Blood Bank
11. isii Chamber of
c merce, of Surf-ide, Bal liar-
and Ba) Harbor Islands, is
hing a blood bank account.
\ mi I ile unit from Mt. Sinai Hos-
with qualified technicians
loctors, will be at the New
i munity Center. 93rd St. and
n on Sun a; from to to 2
and their families will be
i recei e the benefits of
: bank Pledges can be
the >' ter 1 efore Sunday.
mi thi committee are
d Kati i hairman, Mrs
irnold. Mi Edward Bur-
Bloch and Mrs.
i ... Sugarman Mrs. Milton
nsohn is pr sident.
lonors w ill be gu< sts of the
\ omen's Division lor brunch on
unday.
\ regular monthly meeting of
a on en's Dm isi n as held on
v noon at the Surfside
Hall
Jeanne Ney, author and
o| astroli gy, spoke on
, al Values in Finding Your
hi ugh a
Heart Official to Speak
Dr. Marvin I. Meitiis. chairman
ol the public education commiss-
ion of the Greater Miami Heart
Assn. will -peak Saturday even-
ing, 11:35 p.m. over Radio Sta-
tion WCKR. Dr Menus will dis-
cuss the Function of. Your Heart
Assn
'Day at Races1
For Hadassah
A "Day at the Races" at Tropi-
cal Park will be .sponsored by the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah on
on Monday. Post time is 1:30 p.m.
Bay Div;sion will meet at noon
m Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs Emanuel Rothbart is presi-
dent.
a
Coral Division will meet at 11:30
a m for lunch, followed by a book
review and games, Funds raised
A -pecial Hadassah race will be will go to the Ship-A-Box program.
Mrs. Bernard Yesner is president.
president.
South Dade Division will have a
dramatic skit presented at their
coffee in the home of Mrs. Samuel
Fishkind. 6300 SW 120th St.. at 0:30
a.m. President is Mrs. Marvin
Zank.
3eth David Breakfast
Louise Wise
Chapter Meeting
run at I p.m., and the winner will
be presented with a trophy by Mrs.
Joseph Milton, president of Miami
i hapti
Chairman of the day, Mrs. Max
Louise Wise Chapter, American
Jtwish Congress, was to bold its Swartz, has placed tickets al Easl
ilar meeting this Thursdaj Coast Fisheries, 360 W Flagler;
at the Lombardy Hotel rraurig Insurance Agency, 3031
Mrs. Herman Feller, president, Coral Way; and Low's Appliances,
was to conduct the meeting follow- :.n w Flagler.
Icwins a discussion group gather-
ing at 10 15 a.m., in the card room
ol the hotel.
Harold Kramer, director of the
beast lie-ion ol the American
Jew isb I ingress, was to be guest
speaker He was to discuss ins
recent lour to Israel
Mrs Anna K White was to lead
Proceeds go to Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization, a program ol
preventive and curative medicine.
which offers healing, teaching and
research in hospitals and health
.(liters throughout Israel. Hadass
ah operates the only medical
school in Israel, a school of nurs-
ing, a tuberculosis hospital, a lep-
the r up in anthems. Chairman rosarium, community health clin-
hostesses was to be Mrs. Lill- ics, anti-trachoma services, and
Townsend, assisted by Mrs home treatment and nursing care.
Cohen. Mrs Eva Blum, Mrs ^ ^bbmsmmsbbsssb*
I am Herder. Mrs Anne Winter
, nd Mis Isidore Baum.
A teen-agi breakfast vvill be held
al Beth David on Sunday, preced-
ed by services in the chapel at
I 30 a m.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ron-
Indian Creek Division is planning aid Shellow, psychiatrist. A ques-
Shm-A "oy narrv at noon in the ** neriiri will follow.
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Friday, November 30. 1962
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VOMAN OF THE WEEK
i neighbors say that Zelda and Philip Thau "open Ihe ocean
vej :,< ruing. Indeed they do; (hey simply wont miss their morn-
Dg swim Zelda as brought up in the tradition that salt water
ure- everything and keeps you healths, she remembers dragging
>ags "i salt tor her mother to put in their tubs all six of them,
nree sisters and three brothers. Then. too. she and Phil met on the
eashore at Manhattan Beach; and tor that reason alone they love the
cean.
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UUCatlon, >ne Wem IO runner waw| aim nawa .". -.......
l-.ink this was a fitting vocation for a girt, and Zelda switched to
nath. She wound up teaching stenography and typing in the New
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Zelda was horn in New York City. Starting out to major in health
ducation, she went to Hunter College and NYU. Her family didn't
hi
m;
York high schools for some 31 years. Zelda
had been going steady for four years with
another young man until she met Phil. They
eloped and lived happily ever after. Since
school teachers have the whole summer free.;
and engineers can be free too. the Thaus have
traveled extensivelyMexico. Hawaii. Israel.
Europe, In fact around the world. When Zelda
retired trom teaching, they took the whole
year for a leisurely motor trip around the
United States.
Zelda and Phil moved to Ft. Pierce, and
Zelda retired to the organization work for
which she never had time. As Zelda says.
^^fJ >^^ I'm an eager beaver and healthy, and it
^^ l;ivcs me satisfaction to be helpins other.-."
^ In Ft Pierce, she became active in the Busi-
tm ( 1 in-- and Professional Women's Club, started
the town's first Garden Club, and was elected
ItLDA its first president. Since her husband's family
ive here in Miami, they yearned to join them. The Thaus finally
Id their Ft. Pierce ocearfront property and moved here. On her
1st day in Miami, en route to the dentist. Zelda saw the announce-
ent of a book review to be given by Hadassah. She stopped off
id Stayed later becoming coordinator of the Hadassah book re-
ews and president of Brandeis Chapter of Hadassah.
She then branched out into Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hos-
ta!. Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and secretary of the
American Friends cf the Hebrew University, among others. In addi-
tion, she's a guide at Vizcaya. This keeps Zelda abreast of the art
orld. v iiich is so necessary in her case, because her son. Eugene,
OTIS a:: art gallery in New York. Presently she is first president of
ie of Miami's newest organizations. Women's Division of the Amer-
ar. Society for Technicn. All of which takes a great deal of time;
I evertheless. she refuses to crowd out her interest in reading, theater.
music, opera, and community affairs, along with entertaining at home.
She is a "tasting cook." and admits to being a "fresser," but her
i eight has never varied since she and Phil married.
Il her late twenties. Zelda's hair started to turn white With her
lid face and sparkling eyes, the comment was. "Look at that young
irl ith the lovely white hair." The comments are still the same.
* *
: ATUROAY NIGHT WINGDING
i' a- a dinner dance at the Kings Bay Yachl and Countrj Club
fab bus evening just for the people who live in Sunrise Harbor.
'., Frumkes watched her husband. Melvyn, receive a plaque ;t-
re-:<::< of the Sunrise Harlxir Assn. She didn't have to worry where
it he took it to his office. Among the Sunrisers were Sand}
nd V- Arkin. Helyne and Kenneth Treister, Helen and Hy Kaplan.
Lois ind .lay Siegal, Cecily and c.erald Kutcher. Dr and Mrs. Howard
Gordon, Gloria and Howard Scharlin, Col and Mrs Nathan Hood
Norma and Donald Rosenberg, Saralee and Albert Weintraub, and
; and Joe Scheinberg.
* *
1 EAR PILGRIM FATHERS
t n Atlanta came Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Goldstein for their annual
is;t -hvir daughter. Grace (Mrs. Burtcn B.i Goldstein and her lam-
j i ijoy their annual Tftanksgiving D;.\ dinner Grace has Thanks
iving uinner for the whole Goldsteir family her husband's Gold-
teir..- Don't get confused the name is the same Dinner was ;il
iree o'clock so that they could be ready for the Miami High-Edison
High football game also a tradition. Grace always uses the same
enterpiece an old-fashioned coach with pumpkins and turkeys Now
" is packed away until next year, same time, same place .
-.:y and William Altman decided not to go to Augusta, Ga., for
r har.k-4i\iny with their son and his family. They quickly changed
plai and minds when a frantic call came that they would be
potting the surprise in store for them Open lions .'in honor ol then
2r: Q| \ersary They went .
Lois and Herbert Mathes hurried home from Washington, where
ne> attended the opening of the Dulles International Airport. Along
. ith j.l the rest of the women there Lois felt sure that President
KaWIUldy was looking straight at her. Well, at least she was directly
m front of him. The Mathes family had dinner at the home of Lois'
:oIk.>. \nn and Sam Mell. Also there for dinner weir June and Stan
fey Herman, of Indiana, the Mells' other daughter, Clare and Philip
Hayders. and great grandma, Mrs Ilattie Miller
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T HAPPENED LIKE THIS
For 22 years. Mugs (Max J.) l-orber has been fishing for a big
ailfuh which he has never caught He went out in one of th "om fishing boats at Baker's Haulover with his friend from St Louis
Dr. Sum Gallub, The doctor, of course, caught a 58 lb sail,
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ACHte FISH LITTLE ONES
Dr. Leonard M. Silverm.in and his wife. Gail, and Dr. Alan Kaplan
Jid his wile. Klaine. cruised down to Kverglades National Park on the
:vaplju beat to do some fishing There are now 65 fish in the Kaplan
M eexe. It will be up to Elaine to have a fish-ar.d chips part>
Marriage Unites
Weisman, Lerner
Waldman's San Marino Hotel was
the site of the wedding ceremony
which united Beverly Lerner and
Brian Robert Weisman. with Rab-
bi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual lead-
er of Young Israel, officiating.
Date of the nuptials was Saturday.
Nov. 24. and the early evening cere-
mony was followed by a reception
at the hotel.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the
young couple will live at 2191 NE
167th St.
The former Miss Lerner wore a
bridal gown of white imported
chantilly lace, embroidered "ii (he
bodice with seed pearl.- and irides-
cent sequins. The three-tiered
crown was made of pearls and tiny
crj stals.
Maid of honor was Carole Lern-
er. bride's sister, and another sis-
ter. Sharon Lerner. served as
bridesmaids, along with Cynthia
Lerner, Roslyn Frost and Rosalyn
llenann.
Martin A. Weisman served as hi-
brother's best man, and Al tiros-
man. Don Seidler and Steve Pris-
kie were groomsmen.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Lerner, 17141 NE 5th
Ave. One of the founders of
Young Israel, Mr. Lerner serves
MRS. BRIAN WEISMAN
as treasurer and chairman of the
building committee Mrs Lerner
i- president of the Sisterhood.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. William A. Weisman,
420 "8th St
Ricar+s Take
Caribbean Cruise
An early afternoon ceremoM>
Wednesday. Nov 28. united
nic Kohn an! Julio (Rick,
a? Temnle I-rael. with Rah!
eph R Narot officiating Follow-
|T| a reception at Patricia Mur-
phy'a in Ft. Lauderdale. th. new.
lyweds lett on the SS Jci
lor a Caribbean crui-.
For her wedding, the hridi | ,,.,
:i cocktail-length romance bl
in sheath with an overskirt
head dress with nose veil
matched the gown
Daughter of Mr. ami \. \
K< hn. 1">20 Wcsl Ave th. .,
Ricart is a graduate of
!!c.?ch Hi^h. attended the Univer-
sity ol Miami, and is pre-.
ployed as a secretary.
The bridegroom is the
Mrs. Dulce Alvarez. 1828 SV i
Ter. an I the late Julio Ricart.
Now travel manager ol !'. irdine's
International Tours ol M
Beach, he attended Canisiu
\ersit) m Buffalo, NY.
The bride's brother
Kchn, was his best man
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Lewen, Stone Exchange Vows
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Judge Shepherd Speaks
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Wonun heard Judge Ben J
Shepherd in a talk on Youth Hall
and Juvenile Delinquency" at a
civic and community affairs com-
mittee program of the chapter on
Wednesday evening at Congrega-
tion Yehud 'li Moshe Mr- Burton
Blatt is chairman "i the commit-
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Lynda Charlene Stone and Ed-
ward Charles Lewen were united
in marriage on Sunday afternoon,
N>>\ 25. at Beth David, with Rabbi
\ rman N Shapiro officiating, A
reception at the home of the
bride's parent-. Mr. and Ml- Hen-
ri D Stone. 3711 Riviera Dr fol-
lowed the ceremonj.
The bridal gown of white peau
dc soie had a chapel-length tram
and long sleeves. The scoop-neck-
ed bodice was covered with seed
pearls, and the bouquet was white
in ci ins.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mary
Flaiiun. and Ik-anna Taylor serv-
ed a.- maid of honor. The brides-
maids. Sheri Stone and Crystal
Stone, and the flower girl. Kimber-
lee Alan Stone, were all sisters of
the bride.
Attending the bridegroom were
Al Martinez, best man. and Tom
May. Boh Irvine, Marvin Bacon.
ushers
The new Mrs Lewen. now at
tending the University of Miami.
i- a gra uate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High. She is a member of Na-
tional Honor Society, Future
Teachers of America, and Future
Busim -- Leaders of America
owner ol the Bookworm in for.tl
Gables, the bridegroom received
In- earlj education at the New
York Military Academ> and i- i
luatc ol Miami Beach High and
the L'niversit) ol Miami
He i- the -on of Mi and Mr-
Harold Lewen. 3 bland Ave.
The young couple will make their
home in Miami
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Friday. November 30, 1962
* knisHkrHfoin
TEMPLE Zion Sisterhood held
its second annual Mother-
Daupht- luncheon Sunday in the
Temple Social Hall. 'The old-
. grandmother" and "young-
,-: mother" were hut a lew ol
cati g< rles up lor awards,
with five -year-old Shelly Lemp-
er! winning the twist contest in
., white "Uttk girl" dress trim
ii baby blue."
President of the Sisterhood.
Louis Grossman, wore a
r blue two piece knit en-
- mble Her orerblouae was
i-inbroidered with white in a
chiffle style. Mrs. Seymour
.s.iinucl* chose a royal blue jer-
sey knit with an oversize, stand-
np sha'vl collar as the accent on
her basic sheath, olive green
tval the choice o( Mrs. Ben Block.
and roval blue in a silk shirt
. aist a .. worn by Mrs G< i.c
Myers.
Mrs, fesse Teitler was accom-
panied at the luncheon by her
daughters, Ilene and M o n .1 .
Nona's dress was a tailored plaid
in red and green, with a white
' ler Pan collar and white cufis
horl sleeves. The lorn;
>iceved shut Mas dene's choice
[or the day, featuring a bleeding
madris plaid, which she wore
belted. Mrs Teitler topped her
royal blue wool sheath skirt with
an overblou>e in -ilk. which was
brightly printed with multi-color-
ad flowers.
Among other mother-daughter
teams were Mr... Sidney Sokolow
and teen-age Rita. The wrap-
around skirt in a warm brown
and an autumn colored print
blouse were Rita's choice for the
day. Her mother's dress was a
classic black ol sheath. Her
jewel neckline was trimmed with
.1 bow of the dress fabric rolled
i..to the "spaghetti" style, which
had short streamers. Mrs. El
wood Goldberg wore a three-
piece Italian knil In lipstick red
with her overblous* in black, and
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the black repeated on the band-
ing of her cardigan-styled jacket
Her daughter's dress was a mod-
ified Victorian style in lilac, fea-
turing a vertical stitched bodice.
elbow-length balloon sleeves, a
full skirt, and a stand-up collar
banded around her neck and trim-
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Page 8-B
June Rites For
Ives, Stone
Mr and Mrs. Theodore Ives, of
1840 SW 87th Ct., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Nor-
ma, to Steve A. Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Stone. 1356 SW
15th St.
The future bride an I her fiance
both graduated from Miami Scnibr
High, Miss Ives attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and has a degree
from the University's School of
X It ay Technology at Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
The prospective bridegroom is a
senior at the University of Miami.
A June 16th wedding is planned.
MISS NORMA IVIS
Snyder, Kaltman To be Honored
MRS. MARTIN Wf/SS
lu|RS. Samuel Gordon wore an \mm ... ,
* clive green moygashei linen WdSS, KriSCR
Touring Europe
sheath with a scooped neckline.
Winter white was the choice o(
Mrs. Sidney Goldbaum. Her
sheath skirt was of wool, and her
pullover and cardigan sweaters
were a matching set. Multi-col-
ored floral embroidery trimmed
both sweaters. A muted gold
woll sheath was worn by Mrs
Jack Deutchman. featuring a
wide waist insert and bracelet
length >lce\ i.
Black cotton trimmed in white
was the choice of Mrs. Julius
Seidner Hi r lifted bodice was
fastened with small white pearl
buttons, and had a deep V neck
line; while her skirt was in a
mo I led l || silhouette. An ab-
stract print in brown and beige
was worn bj Mrs. Bessie Serkin
Mrs. Lena VVeissman also favor
ii brown, with her silk shirt-
waist in a light sand color. Mrs.
David Dresm i selected a three-
piece ensemble in green accented
w.tli white. Her sheath skirt and
vestce jacket were in green and
white; while her cverblouse was
in the solid color of soft moss
green.
Mrs. Morris Weiss wore a blue
woll jersey print in tones and
shades of deep blues and greens
blended into a foliage print.
Now touring Europe, newlywed
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Weiss will
make their home at the Bay Park
Towers when they return.
Mr. and Mrs Al Snyder, of
Brooklyn, NY., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Gwen,
to Alvin Kaltman, son of Mrs.
Relic Kaltman, 7709 Byron Ave.
Now majoring in education at
Long Island University, the bride-
elect is a graduate of Erasmus
attended Lincoln Memorial Univer-
sity. He graduated from Yale with)
a major in Chinese languages, re-
ceived a BA from the University
of Phillipines. an MA from BrevarrJ
Engineering College, and is now*
working toward a PhD.
A reception in honor of the be
High and attended the University trothed couple will be held on Sun-
of Florida day, Dec. 16, at the home of th
, ., i future bride. The wedding will bea
_ The prospective bridegroom is a h ,, ?ft in tn Temnle Trea
The former Miss Juliana Krisch gra(lllate 0f Miami Beach High and ??,! Brookl n
and Mr. Weiss exchanged nuptial 0l Llf0 ln Brookl>n-
vows on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the
Marcus, Guened
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs David Marcus. 1155
Marseille Dr.. announce the en-
gagement ol their daughter. Joan
Ellen, to H. Haroun Guened, son
Ol Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Guened,
Of Alexandria. Egypt, and Paris.
Trance.
home of the bridegroom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs Jerry Weiss. 482O
Orduna Dr., Coral Gables.
Rabbi Morris Sknp pertorme;!
(he 7 o'clock ceremony, which was
followed by a reception at the
Doral Country Club.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Krisch, of Koanoke, Ya the bride
attended Michigan state Univer-
sity and is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Her husband
also graduated from the University
of Miami, having previously at-
tended Tulane University,
Other local relatives of the young*
people include Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
er Wein. of No. Miami Beach,
uncle and aunt of Miss Snyder, andt
Mrs. Rose Davis, of Miami Beach,
Kaltman'!. grandmother.
M1
|RS. Alfred Waxman, wife of
the sp ritual leader of Tem-
ple Zion. and their daughter also
attended the luncheon. Little
Martha Waxman was in a one
piece with a two-piece look. Her
dress was cut into a jumper style
in bright yellow cotton, with the
yoke and elbow length puffed
deeves in white with yellow em-
dcrj
Mrs Waxman chose a black
and white geometric i!k print
thai shi rec ntlj h. ught in Eng
land. Her skirt was a sheath,
' tth th bodice dr iped slightly |
over one shoulder and caughl
with a (lat bow. The other
shoulder was the classic line fol
1 i bj the scooped neckline.
.mci i!.i bodice wa- s iftlj blous-
oned
Book Review Scheduled
Mrs. Byron Cherkas. president of
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am, has
appointed Mrs. Norman Ashbes and
Mrs. George Kramer co-chairmen
of Rabbi Herbert Baumgard's book
review series. First meeting will
be Monday. 8:30 p.m in the Tem-
ple auditorium. '"The Rothchilds,"
by Frederick Morton, will be high-
lighted.
The bride elect, who attended
Sophie Newcomb College in New
Orleans. Miami University, and
graduated from Lesley College in
Cambridge, Mass., holds advanced
degrees from the Sorbonne. Uni-
versity of Paris. She is now at-
tending the University at Gre-
noble, France.
Her fiance, at present associated
with the Lummus Co. at Grenoble,
is a graduate of L'Ecolc Centrale
ries Arts et Manufactures of Paris,
and also holds advanced degrees
I from the I'niversity of Paris in
' science, mathematics and physics.
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Mrs Lillian Weiss, i", Calabria
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engagement of her daughter, Shar-
on Fisher, to Stephen II. Portmati,
son ol Mr and Mrs. Milton Port-
man. Merrick, NY and No. Mi-
ami lit'.uh
The bride elect is a graduate of
the Oxford Private School and at-
tended the Universities of Alabama
anil Miami
Mr Portman is a graduate of
Mephem High School and llotstra
College in \< York.
\ cocktail party honoring the en-
gagement will be hosted by the
bride-elect's cousins. Mr and Mrs.
T Goldstein, on Dec. 16. Thc> will
be married Feb. 24.
'Fifth Season' Repeated
On Saturday evening, the Gallery
Players of Temple Sinai will give
a repeal performance of "The Fifth
Season" in the Temple auditorium.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Temple office.
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Friday, November 30, 1962
Beth David Annual Patrons Dinner Will
Feature Alan Gale at Dec. 16 Event
A l ,i ii (i a l e, nationally-known
comedian and entertainer, will be
: u.-I artisl ;ii the annual Patrons
Dinner ol Beth David Congrega
tion dinner dance scheduled tor
Bible Seminar
For Hadassah
region ol Hadassah is
its first regional luhl
on Sunday, Mondaj and
al Ihe University Inn,
Discussing plans for a S90.000 campaign to complete con-
's' :ruction of the sanctuary and school of Temple Adath
\ eshurun are (left to right) Joseph Liedman, first vice presi-
;ent and acting president; Morris Share, honorary chairman;
C ad Abraham Kessler, chairman, who has announced com-
mitments o! more than S25.000 to date. A testimonial din-
er Saturday, Dec. 8. ut the Carillon hotel will honor Rabbi
onah Caplan. Dinner co-chuirmen are Mrs. Daniel Bimberg
: nd Martin Grossmen. Judge Jason Berkman will be dinner
t-.aairman.
So. Florida Technion Hears Top Leaders
Discuss Israel's Education Meed? Today

srael can point proudly to it*
.v frit .- i'i Africa and Asia,
, | independent na-
is no themselves ol
[ t< "a well-
manpow-
l(i res oi the South
I \< chnion Wed-
daj I in the Fon-
.',i !i .ic I. i ..ii Alpert, as-
jni \ i lent at Tech-
>,> audience that Ihe
ool : .:i ih.' forefront ol an
oric effort i" "help these new
, tions ilve -< rious economic,
i.il. i I, ..lid educational
ibli i
tsking i i- nothing other than
:. nuir: Israel has til-
,-,i thtsi m countries its help
man] an is particularly in
ence, igricultun and Industry,
repor
-rail Consul /.'' \ /- Dover char-
erized Technion's development
"a ma ior source ol strength to
ael," --ii i 'in' need re-
ins at iti for new buildin is, L*j-
itories dormitories, workshops,
lipmei I and books
n his briel remarks, new com-
ntator Gabriel Heatter called
univi i sitj "i science and engi-
:-111_; "the hope ol a student,
coir, iction ni .i teacher, the
rsever i.. ol a research scien-
." ;n i urged Americans "to
support the educational pillar upon
which the structure "i [srael
ii -i-
ident. Mi>. Louis Glasser,
and banquel chairman, Al Sher-
were joined b> honorary
chairman, it. II Franklin Will
iams, in ceremonies hoi oi
foui ', rs oi Technion The} re-
reived I >ra li-des : laques for
support.
Other participants in '.hi- pro-
gram were Dr, Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader oi Temple Emanu-
El, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of
Ti mple Beth Sholom
A special citation was presented
in Meyer A Baskin, honorary
presi 'm. lor his many years ol
leadership to the local chapter.
Israeli Art
Goes on Exhibit
Miami Beach An Center, 2100
Collins Ave announces the presen-
tation of an exhibition, "Contem-
porarj An from Israel." under
sponsorship of State of [srael
Bonds
Following the preview, set for
Tuesda) evening, from 7 until 9
p.m., the exhibit will be open to
the public through Thursday, Dec,
Yurika Main, director of the
lerusalem Art Center of New York
City, has selected the paintings,
and is accompanying ihe exhibition
1.1 ii- tour ol the United Staie-
Mis Mann will In- present on the
I ening dal 1
ing th< :? exhibiting arti-is
is Jacol Steinh rd( dean of Is.
. rtists, and winner ol the
Purchai Pi at > V'en-
ii biennale; Man Katz, who un-
1. death se\ eral miii- ago,
' I with Chagall in the opin-
Eun pean e ritics. .mil Okshi,
> 1 :.' hepard si If-taughl
listicated
1 im et ol Jeru-
ti and
f Jci len
'emp'.e Tesns to Debate
! lati Frida} <\ ening
ervici I Temple Menorah, the
M nil present a
hi !: Ii ion in the
Participants arc Rich-
l iedman, 1 > pi r, Mark
1 Robert
planning
Seminar
! 1 sda}
1 oral Cables Dr. Joseph .1 Hur-
\ itz. faculty member ol the Uni
versify ol Miami, will conduct the
seminar
A maximum of 30 women have
been invite,1 to attend from the II
chapters across the state of Flor-
ida. Participants will be taught
Biblical subject matter and meth-
od, so that they may return to
their home chapters to organize
and lead the study of the Bible,
primarily, the Hock of Deuteron-
omy. This portion is the subject
matter for the year, according to
the National Education Depart-
ment of Hadassah.
"A leader's guide will be pro-
vided for each seminarian." said
Mrs Natalie B. Krccdman. region-
al co-chairman of education. 'This
is a boot strap operation in self-
stud) Alter the intensive sessions
at the seminar, chapter leader-
will be able to instruct other wom-
en The object oi these studies 1-
1 1 obtain from the Bible some ol
the we.din ol the Jewish hern
: eligion
Mi Frei man, a member of
t h 1 Hollywood Ft, Lauderdale
chapter ol Hadassah, was the re-
- delegate to the National
Bible Seminar in Pittsburgh last
S ptember,
Dr Hurwitz, seminar instructor.
1- a graduate of Hebrew Teachers
( ollege, Boston, Boston University,
and Harvard. He has taught in
Boston colleges, and is a visiting
scholar at Columbia University
Mrs Irwin Liss, Coral Cable-.
regional president, is assisting with
arrangements. Area representa-
tive- to the seminar are Mr.-. Jac-
ob Bernstein, Mrs. Carl Tyson. Mrs
Sam Goldberg, Mrs Norman Mey.
cis. Mrs Ben Ziegmund, Miss Mar.
guerite Marx. Mrs Hadassah Fass
ler. Mrs Rene Wa.-her. and Mrs.
Robert Schoen. Mrs Sanford Jac-
obson 1- regional chairman ol edu-
cation.
the Grand Ballroom of Beth David
on Sunday evening Dee lti.
Lewis Sternshein, presi enl of
the cot n. said that the
evening will i>< gin with a reception,
featuring hors d'oeuvres and cock-
tails, at 6 p m Dinner will follow
at 7.
"There WMI be a minimum of
speeches, ar.d the order of busi-
ress will bo entertainment and
ton, bteir.shein promised.
Dancing w ill be to the orchestra
erlv under the baton ol Gale,
v ho has mad< in- base oi opera-
I ,.i a; his own Miami Beach club
during recent years
Phillip Sc hilt, immediate past
president ol Beth David Congrega-
tion, :md current vice president in
charge of fund raismu. is chair-
man of the Dec. It! function
Proceeds of the annual Beth
David atfair help meet the ongO-
ing budgetary needs of the pioneer
Miami congregation.
Free Europe Trip
A Major Prize
The original musical comedy.
"How to Succeed in Sisterhood
Without Really Trying." will be
on.- of ihe highlights of the Tern
pie Emanu-EI social meeting and
dance on Saturday evening. Dee 8.
;! ihe Fontainebleau Hotel
Author is Trixie Levin, and tin'
c;:.-t include- the \|i Ken
Ball. Barbara Bessey. U.....ird
Glickman, Mum Koretzky, Rocky
Bei -
ris Tai isov Milton Weinkle. the
1- \.nic\ Fried land, Lisa Gor
don, and Olivia Levin, and also
Man Gol 1 1
In addition to the musical com-
edy, there will be dancing, ahd
snacks will be served
Member- who have become Sis-
terhood palriii!- bv -.pecia! dona-
tions to the organization's annual
fund-raising project, will be guests.
Major prize "t the evening will be
an all-expense trip to Europe tor
two
AlAN GAIE
Ulpan Course
At Beth Israel
Ulpan course- m intensivi
of Hebrew have been organizi d by
the Bureau of Jewish Educat.on
Courses arc now ;;iven on Mon-
day an.1 Tuesday evenings, from 8
to 10 p.m.. at Beth Israel Co:
nation.
Instructor- are Meyer Samber
education director of Temple Ncr
Tamid, and Herbert Beraer. as!
Ciate director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Another Ulpan course is m t b>
offered for the southwest
el Miami, meeting at Beth li
1 1 regation, 2625 SW 3rd .i\<
Parkinson Group
Plans Luncheon
Ui men's Division of the Na
. n Found ition v ill h
I : meheon on Saturday,
in 'be Nap il< on Room 1 I
11. auville Hotel
Music an I entertainment havi
ini: plarned and guests will si
the first-showing ol ia-bions de-
sigred express!} for the affair !
Soli Moustaki
Mr- Beverl} Fischer is char-
it,an 1.1 ib.1 luncheon committee
Urs Sid Hirschlag 1- co-chairman.
Women's Auxiliary
Member Affair
On Wednesday evening, the Jew-
ish War \ el' ran-. Ladies' A'.iXll-
i..rv oi Miami Beach, will have a
paid-up membership affair honor-
all new members,
Mis William Adelman. member
-I,.; vice president, is chairman
Mrs Ben Haberman, pa.-t national
president, will be ^uesi speaker,
..ml Mrs Edward Lev me. State
Department president, will briny
greetings from the Department of
I 'ida
Tu lie held at the Washington
Federal Savn.-- and Loan Assn.,
tertainment will feature a sweat
, 1 and ring fashion -how
3antor George Goldberg will
erve Flcg'.er Granadc Jew-
sh Cennr .'or the coming
ear. S; : It al leader i~ Rab
i Davi i Rosn'eid. Hy Cov-
rman is president.
luhbi April is Speaker
pie Tifereth Jacob Sister-
id honored Jewish Book Month
m Wednesday evening Guest
1 1 1 k e i- I! a h l> i Sim On April
ol Beth Emeth l ition, re
viewed "Dilemma ol the Modern
,ii w," bv Dr Joachim Prii i
Around-World
Cruise is Prize
1 op* ople w 1 Mi Sinai
llosp I's J illei Bal
I on Dec 15 will
an
" Vround the Worl I i raise, ac
cording to Ben Kline, chairman,
and Mrs Inez Krenskj. gifts i h
Th. prize i- one ol the m,.nv
features ol the ball
The 52-daj trip, donated bv
1 B er, in Bergi r Travel
\ my. will include port stops in
Hawaii, Japan, linn- Kong, Sing
apore, Aden, Egypt, Gibraltar, and
England. All transportation, meals,
sightseeing, shore excursions, bag
e handling and local sen ice
ii' are pro* ided for
Transportation w ill include trai
l "" '!h SS Oriana and thi R
Queen Elizabeth,
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Friday, NoTmer 30, 1962
Iwislh mk-rgrtifon
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Youth Center
Chat Luncheon
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, presidi nt
the t'iornlii Hiimi'n.s Division,
Vmi rican Jew ish Con :ress,
nounces ih;it plans are being for-
i ated ior ;i l ouisc Waterman
Wise Youth Center "Chai" lunch-
ton to be held on Thursday, Dec
13, al the Carillon Hotel.
In annual affair, proceeds are
si nl to Jerusalem for the support
. i ii maintenance oi the Louise
tennan Wise Youth Center and
i one ot the highlights ol the
men's Division programs. The
r h i stablisned for the pur
-' of < ucatin youth from all
. er i be m orld, \< ho need finan-
. al help while alien ling Israel's
.. rsitics
mil [i e m i harge oi arrange-
for the event are Mrs. Ben-
i :. Kamen, naiion.il vice prcsi
. i Ihc Women's Di\ ision, and
'i the Miami ChapteTr;
Sam Penchansk), president,
Chapter; Mrs Herman
! Her, pi. sid I Louise Wise
d Mrs Albert Zucker-
n, pr< si It nt, Bisi aync Chapti i
Garden Club Unit
Meeting Monday
Ml Sinai llospn.il Garden Club
will have a board meeting Mon-
ti a in at the home ot Mrs
Solomon Goldman, :;t pine Tree
in-
President of the club is Mrs.
Marry Moacoe. Mrs. Lester Saroff
will bo chairman ot the day, fea-
turing a program entitled "Party
Tables- from a Flower Judge's
Point of View.'"
Tables displayed will be discuss-
ed, with the club's flower show
scheduled for next February as a
central theme.
Members who will participate
in exhibiting table settings and
flower arrangements for holidays
and special occasions include Mes.
d.imes Leonard Frantz. Harold
Hirschfield, Theodore Koolish, An-
thony Lane, William Segal, Shirley
Todd, Byron Topel, Morris Kro-
vcti, and Solomon Goldman.
Luncheon will follow the board
n eeting at noon
Special Citations To be Made At Academy Fof e
MRS. AARON fARR
Two Dedications
Set for Council
li tion ol a
i tion, National
Council ol Ji ish Women'.
ilio Hebrew University
High School will be held on Dec
' .- li m and in Miami.
Committee ol 200, a special group
ors m no ha\ e given a min-
imum 'jiti ol 510 to the $5,000 room
>red bj the Section, will be
honored .d a cocktail party in the
home oi Judge and Mrs Irving
Open.
Campus ol the S.'.imi.imhi lliuh
School being built with funds rais-
ed by NCJW is nearing comple-
tion.
Chairman ol the local program
is Mrs. Aaron Fair.
Adult Education Program
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
lion will initiate its adult education
program, scheduled to run four
weeks, on Thursday. Dec. 6. Bible
and Hebrew class will meet at 8
p.m., and at 9 p.m.. Rabbi Max
Lipscbits will speak on "Crises in
Jewish Life. Judaism and Islam
Guardians il Torah," a name
ignated in Ji wish tradition to
no up lort: scholarship an .'
will bo bestowed upon at
i -i 32 pi rons attending the I5ih
dinner sponsor
o I 5 the Hebrew Academy of
r Miami
The animal banquet, slated Dec.
G at the Deauvlllc Hotel, will be
ittcndcd by local, civic, service
and fraternal leaders. "Guardians
Torah," those persons contribut-
S5O0 i" ihe Academy's scholar
I tnd, w :il be feted
Arrangements for the presenta-
tions were concluded Wednesday
at a treet'ng cf the dinner com-
mittee, according to B I. Binder,
committee chairman. Miami
Beach executive and Florida
lard-develooer, Leonard Rosen,
will be guest of honor.
' More than To per cent of our
student bod) attends the Hi brew
Academy on either partial or com-
plete s> h ilarships," Binder pointed
nl "We arc appealing to the
munity now because ol our ex
pandc I fi and the fact that
our new school follows the edui
tii nal principles by which we were
mutedan opportunity tor a
Jewish education for everyone.
"The Hebrew Academy is the
only Hebrew Daj School in the
Beth Shiran Men
In Open Forum
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Shiran will hold a breakfast Sun-
day. iu a.m., at the Bowl-O-Mat,
8650 SW 132nd St.
Also scneduled is an open "Ask
the Rabbi" session, featuring Rab-
bi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of
Beth Shirah. dealing with the ori-
gin of Jewish customs and cere-
monies.
Members of the board elected at
a recent meeting include Buddy
Vagoda, chairman; Joe Berkan,
treasurer; and Bob Loring. secre-
tary.
South and therefore we must pro- sihility to supplj these facii< i
vide students In re with a complete for all student: .'ho seek a J
Jewish education. It is our respon- isb education," Bi der said.
Consultant Will
Study Program
Mrs Ethel Grossman, consultant
in child development programs,
has been invited by the Jewish
Community (enter of Nashville.
Tenn to visil and observe the pre-
school program there
she will also assist in develop-
ing the program and raising the
standards and goals that serve
to help the child in his
growth.
Mrs Grossman will meet on Moff-
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cuss ways to include the gen-
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Friday. November 30, 1962
O P E
ALAN SHECTER
Church State Split at Religious Meet
WASHINGTON' (JTA) Evi.ica; Herbert Berman, of New
Conversing in his office in a
-nil, Georgia drawl. Journalist
Jack Kassewitz related Africa
and India's internal problems
with their uninformed citizen-
ries
"If the history oi the world dur-
ing the past decade las shown
one thing, it is that uninformed
people have a terrible tune mak-
ing democracj work." the 48-
v ear-old Sunday Editor of The
Miami New suggested .
Kasscv itz sees I S n twspapers
as plaj i a dominai t role in
keeping American well informed.
He is genuine and dedicated in
the beliel that his newspaper
"must inform, educate. Stimulate
and assist." Kassewitl empha-
sizes the need for accuracy and
integrity in reporting the news,
and points out that when mis-
takes are made, they are cor-
rected thr< igh letters to the edi-
tor and through follow up stories
that give detail, depth and back-
ground to the news.
Keeping himself and others well
informed is more than just a job
lor Kassewitzit is a way of life.
He is keenly interested in Dade
county'- educational system and
speaks out against the tens of
thousands ol parents who take no
interest in t h el r children's
schools.
The need for youth to be well-
informed is a pet project for
Kassewitz, and he's proud that
over 25,000 children receive his
newspaper at school without
charge. Vmong other things, he
believes Ihe new classes on Com-
munism are a health) step to-
ward enlightenment on current
world problems.
Kassewitz was president of his
B'nai B'rith 1. dg< in Georgia he-
,\ a hington to join
the stall Washington Tunes
herald, now The Washington Poi
He i- also a former president of
the ''.real.'- Miami Professional
Chai..... S ma Delta Chi, the
nal ilisi fraternity,
i m who.- Who in
Jcwrj
s himself
..mi lers,"
that a- a
st. hi strength-
m by com-
"Man-
llj The kej
being well
e, nations
Prefers the Positive
The Miami New is also home
j. Birger, Us
Busini I
While reporting ..11 business
m ws, whether favorable or not.
Birger freely admits that he pre-
fers to "accentuate the positive,"
which can help stimulate the con-
tidenee so sorely needed for Dade
county's economic progress.
Happily married and a bogey
weekend golfer. Birger owns a
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
U. of Miami and a Master's de-
gree in journalism from North-
western. (Heart is wnere cues
home is. and he admits being sad-
dened when Northwestern wallop-
ed .Miami in football last week-
end.)
In his capacity as president of
Sigma Delta Chi here. Birger per-
formed an important ser\ ice lor
the nation's news media a few
w eeks ago w hen he protested a
remark by a high-ranking gov-
ernment official in Washington
regarding the use of American
newspapers as a diplomatic weap-
on.
What of the Jack Paars among
ii- who always criticize the Amer-
ican press? "I think our news-
papers do a great Job," Larry
says firmly, citing the commenda-
tion of The Miami News in Time
Magazine two weeks ago. and
suggesting that Paar stick to be-
ing more positively comical.
Real Estate Reporting
Reporting real estate, building
and home news for Miami News
readers is Real Estate Ediior
Ben Schneider, who was celebrat-
ing his fiftieth birthday when we
talked last Friday.
Taking the optimistic view,
Schneider parallels the present
Miami picture with the economic
growth pattern he witnessed in
Los Angeles some 35 years ago.
Although he foresees growth for
Dade he anticipates no quick
solutions of our serious housing
surplus, for example, unless in-
dustrial growth creates more jobs
ill the very near future.
Brooklyn-born Schneider has
been in journalism for over a
quarter of a century. He served
on the staff of The New York
World Telegram for 14 years.
writing at the City Desk and do-
ing entertainment features for
the paper He also did some
news broadcasting for NBC be-
fore moving to Florida 13 years
ago.
Meeting the axiomatic journal-
ism requirement of having a nose
for news. Schneider is adept at
keeping homeowners alert to
trend-, ideas and happenings that
affect what is in most cases his
rea lers' biggest single asset
their homes With fellow edi-
tors Kassewitz and Birger,
Schneider is helping keep Miami
"a two newspaper city.''
About their highly commend-
able and admittedly formidable
morning competitionin the near
future.
dance of deep divisions within
American Orthodox J e w r y on
church-state separation issues was
revealed this week at the 64th an-
niversary biennial convention of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America.
Four Orthodox lay leaders took
part in discussion of church-state
separation involving sectarian
practices in public schools and the
Issue of government aid to religious
schools. They were i am V.-n.iy.
Ol Chicago, secretary of the board
of the Jewish University of Amer-
JWB Consultant
Arrives to Assist
Service Needs
Irving Cheroff, ISO-Jewish Wel-
fare Board consultant, arrived here
this week to continue to serve the
needs of military personnel in the
Miami a"H "statewide areas.
~W Cheroff. w h o
:omes from Fay -
jtteville, N. C.
will be associated
CHtKOff
implemented for
ei vi c e m e n at
Homestead and
}pa-Locka A I r
Force Bases, as
well as at other
bases throughout
Florida.
Programs include rligioo* ser-
vices for Jewish personnel; spec-
ial activities, such as home and
hospitality breakfasts; n6 spec-
ial celebrations.
The Greater Miami Armed Ser-
vices Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board will act as
ho-tess at these celebrations.
Cheroff will make his headquar-
ters here at the Miami USO. 337
NE 2nd Ave
In Fayetteville. he worked close-
ly with servicemen at Fort Bragg
and Camp LeJeune.
For his outstanding work in the
field of community relations and
armed forces activity, he was chos-
en "Man of the Year" at the 21st
annual dinner of the Fayetteville
B'nai B'rith, where he received a
citation from his community in
recognition of his life of dedicated
service to young people.
war period was "only ia its early
stages." He said "its full impact
and influence" were still to come,
Rabbi Ralph Pelcovitz, former
president of the Rabbinical Al-
liance of America, said the Amer-
ican synagogue needed "an eleva-
tion of standards, a higher level
in all areas" of its program if it
was to attract and hold the col.
lege trained laymen who. be said.
was becoming the "norm in syna-
gogue membership. He addei thai
'mediocrity has too long >" n (he
mark of the synagogue on
levels. "
Rabbi Hans I. Grj-.nwald.
spiritual leader of the H*riburg
Jewish community, told |fc dele-
gates he could see no pos bility
for the survival of the Jwiih
remnant in Germany. H< ,,ui
the older generation of seme 25,-
000 Jews was now about W per
cent of the Jewish pop.Nation
there and that it was "rapidly
dying out" With only a tand-
ful of Jewish births each year
in all of Germany, he added,
"the deterioration of Jewish com-
munal organization is ) ready
much in evidence."
Dr. Walter Duckat. sii| i >or ol
the vocational guidance division ot
munal fund leaders to provide fi- New York's Federation Employ,
nancial aid to such schools. ment and Vocational Sen ice,
Avraham Harman, Israel's Am- it was "shocking'' that '"so fev. ol
bassador to the United States, told our well-qualified Jewish youth !<
the delegates that "the extraordi- led careers a- rabbis. Jewish edu-
nary revival of Judaism in Israel cators. social workers and Other
and the United States" in the post- Jewish communal vocati.-
York, secretary of the Synagogue
Council of America, and also of the
IOJCA; Reuben E. Gross, of New
York, a IOJCA national board
member; and Samuel Brennglass,
of New York, a I'OJCA vice presi-
dent.
Vishny, Berman and Brenn-
glass strongly endorsed the June
Supreme Court decision banning
the recitation in New York state
public schools of Regents
Prayer. They agreed that the
high court's endorsement of the
church-state separation principle
was vital to continued reliqious
freedom in this country. Gross,
however, said that the doctrine
of separation had become for
some Jews "a slogan of escape
from the need for Jewish identi-
fication."
Berman warned his Orthodox
colleagues who favor federal aid
le religious schools that this was a
stand based on "expediency" and
that the Orthodox Jewish commun-
ity should not. by seeking federal
funds for its network of day
with the pro- schools, sacrifice "principle for fi-
zrami now being nancial assistance." Brennglass.
supporting this, said Orthodox Jews
should instead ask Jewish com-

Students Will Elect Officers
Newly-elected Student Congrega- Bookman. Laura Solomon. Ira Ray
tion officers of Beth Torah will be Sturman. Elaine Mintz, Mark Is-
-talled at late services on Fri- senberg. Barry Rosenbluth, Rich-
day evening, with Rabbi Max A ard Kilde, Robert Feinstein and
Lipschitz conducting BxxtX Lew
New slate is headed by Richard
Kagan and Mark Haddad. rabbi;
Sandy Languor, gabbai; Gilbert
EiSOnberg, Haul Herman. Rus-ell
K.^an. Richard Katzman, Richard
Kaufman, shamash; Michael Fried-
man, religious chairman.
Alternates are Jimmy Elterman,
Marc Blauhut. Larry Zuckerman
and Linda Hill.
Richard Roland, president; Stev-
en Shantzis, Vice president; Leslie
Falke. treasurer; Emily Hess,
Cheryl Stuard, Eddie Wacks, secre-
tary; [lean Cohen. Jackie Kirsch
iib.mm. Sharon Leopold, Sharon
R< --. Rob* rta Shacter, hostesses,
Members of the board ot dircc-
ti i- are David Tenenbaum, Bar
i Lehman, Larry Burrows, Lin-
da Silverman. Susan Goldman.
Brian Abrams, Robert Levy, Robin
Tobias, Mar) Shusterman, Randy
Greenberg Judith Wishneff, Karen
K.u,de!! Samuel Snyder, Herb
ScUmell Sandra Jackson. Fllen
'bcig. Benna Solomon. Helen
USY Officers
To be Installed
Late evening services this Fri-
day at Temple Zion will be con-
ducte l b> the United Synagogue
Youth group, followed by installa-
tion of new officer-
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will con.
duct the ceremony installing Ter
rj Grossman, president; Paul Le-
vice president; Pat Jaffe.
corresponding secretary; Ruth
Stern, recording secretarj Shar-
on Shavin. treasurer; and Jan Led-
ei man. chaplain
Oneg Shabbat host will be the
USY.
Seville Hotel
Is Redecorated
The Seville Hotel, on the ocean
at 29th St.. Miami Beach, has un-
dergone a complete refurbishing
and redecoration. it was announced
by the owner management team
of Ted Kipnis and Arthur M. Low-
ell.
All of the hotel's 300 air-condi-
tioned rooms and suites have been
completely re.lecorated. Tones of
gold, lavender and blue were the
prevailing colors used by interior
designer Arnold Avedon to en-
hance the decor of the rooms.
"Each room in the Seville Hotel
oflers and unobstructed view of
panoramic beauty, and is equip-
ped with radio, TV and muzak,"
they declared.
The main lobby, as well as the
Castanet Lounge and Valencia
Room, was completely redesigned
in keeping with the Spanish motif
of the Seville. Draperies, rugs and
accessories have been improved to
provide new and former guests
"with an even more luxurious
background for fun" Convention
facilities are available to accom-
modate groups of all sizes.
The complete refurbishing and
redocatrion program will be com-
pleted in time to usher in the fall
and '* inter season S T
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulav' s
of the entire, community.
Phi Beta Kappa Unit
i -il.i Gamma Assn of Phi
a-ill 'lie. T ii lay, 8
m the Lecture Hall ol Rich-
ter Library on the main campus
oi til:' University of Miami. Prof
Carl M Selle, president, said that
Dr Henry King Stanford, prc-i
dent of the L'niversity of Miami.
will be guest speaker.
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
HI 84994
WELCOME WAGON
SBViSi
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Jjar Bernard Sork lock Rosenblatt
Book Review
Series Resumes
iii Beach Chapter of Iladas--
open its book review series
Monday, 1:30 p.m., at the Al-
- Hotel.
ling for the 15th season,
rwin M Wcintein will dram-
aod review "Milk and lion-
itii musical accompaniment.
.Idck Katzman is chairman
rational education project
inch benefits from funds raised
reviews.
I'> vocational education
Israel includes a comprehensive
designed to integrate
men and women into Israel's
economy. The Alice L
Vocation High School
: tung people in homemakint!.
Iressmaking, and secretar-
-: i -
Brandeis Center, there are
rkshops containing mechanical
; n ision instruments, as well
- I'rinting shops.
Steven Bernstein
Saturday oiornui^ services, Dec.
l. al Temple Judea will include
the Mar Mitzvah of Steven Charles
Bernstein, with Rabbi Mordecai
Podet officiating.
Steven is a student at Ponce
Junior High, He plans to continue
with his religious studies.
Mr and Mrs. Allan Bernstein.
1-120 Algeria Ave.. Coral Gables,
Auxiliary Chief Expected
Mrs, Edward Levine, president
ol the Florida Department. Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans, will make an official
visit to Miami Beach JWV Auxil-
iary on Thursday evening. Dec. 6.
at the American Legion Hall. 1802
Alton Rd, Mrs. Evelyn Decky.
acting president, will conduct the
meeting.
New Year's Will
Aid Beach V
Continuing their efforts to beau-
tily the Miami Beach Y.MHA
llranch. members of the "Y"
Women's Division are hoping to
raise enough funds through their
New Year's Eve dinner dance to
refurnish the front lobby of the
building at 1536 Bay Rd.
The New Tear's Eve affair will
take place in the Cloud Cafe at
'he Dupont Plaza Hotel beginning
.i p.rr it was announced by Mrs'.'
Sidney Lang, president.
Chairman is Mrs. Albert Som-
ers, and assisting her are Mrs.
- mueJ Oka and Mrs. Robert Gross-
an, in charge of tickets, and Mrs.
.lie; iebovwtz, decorations.
\ steak dinner will be served,
d ea< guest will usher in the
i Yei r with a split of chain-
through the lnlp of Mr.
. Mr- Fred Fenton. Phil Kent
orchestra will provide
dancing, as well as vocal
i ntertainmenl
Auction-Bazacr
At Coral Way
\\ ay .lew ish emu r will
ii .,>!: azaar mi Saturdaj
Di I, i" raise
. i Centi school
la< La sarus, chairman
I, said that the auction
eld at K 30 p in Saturday
n the Center auditorium
ii he professional enter-
ru ami refreshmi
i I '>! bazaar ill be held
. :i a.in.. Sundaj Dec !'.
children's rides and food
the bazaar.
IttfBl being auctioned oil -
evi ing are new merchandise
.i- been donated by bust
i throughout Made county,
i.. .ii a- said that among the
-> an- furniture, toys,
tMng, restaurant dinners, and
at resort spots 111 Hoi'
David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
David '.'niski Folk School will
id its second <>,< hN b< on
1 rida) I 'he Farband Labor Zion-
Cents*, 812 Washington Ave
I lie evening will be dedicated to
i recently-published book of J
[eastern, of Hollywood. Fla.
i e Grober, of the Hebrew
. pi 'i' with I
Jacobson to Head
Beth Kodesh
In i" Jacobson will be installed
president of Beth Kodesh Con-
a -a during late Friday even-
in- services con lucted by Rabbi
Max Shapiro
Serving with Jacobson will be
Norman Brager, Samuel Kostoff
:! Louis Zimmerman, vice presi-
dents; Mr-. Ed Becker, recording
secretary; Mack Libman, corre-
sponding secretary; Mis Nathan
I Coulton, financial secretary; Jack
St >ne, treasurer; and .",i> board
members
An Oneg Shabbat in honor of the
new slate will follow the ceremony,
sponsored by the congregation, it
the auditorium.
Adult courses for the year will
begin at Beth Kodesh on Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. Instructor for the
Hebrew class will be Menachen
shut', and Rabbi Shapiro will teach
the history course.
Rabbi Rutchik
At Beth David
Beth David adult seminar will
feature Rabbi Allen Rutchik, who
will discuss "Ritual in Jewish
Life" this Sunday at 11 a.m.
Rabbi Rutchik is director of the
Southeast region of the United
Synagogue ot America, serving
Conservative synagogues affiliated
\ iih the United Synagogue ot
America
Educated in New York City. Rab-
bi Rutchik hold- a Bachelor ot
Arts degree from Brooklyn Col
Ii ge, a Master ot Arts in political
from Columbia I'niversi'/,
a v isti r's Hebrew Letters from
.!, wish Th< ological Seminarj.
- ordained at the Seminar)
in 19
will host the One- Shabbat on Fri-
lay and the Kiddush following the
ceremony Saturday in honor of
-heir son.
Jack Rosenblatt
Jack Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benard Rosenblatt, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at services con-
ducted by Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard on Saturday morning, Dec.
1. at Temple Beth Am.
An eighth grade student at South
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
studies music and has placed first
io interstate judo competition.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah are long time Miami Beach
residents, Mr and Mrs. Harry
Edelman and Mr and Mrs. Ben
Goldfarb.
Bernard Sork
Rabbi Norman \ Shapiro will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Bernard Alexander, son of Mr. and
Mis. Henry Sork. L':;:'.". SW 23rd
Tor., during services Saturday
morning. Dee l. at Beth David.
Aii eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior Huh. Bernard's
outside recreations are sailing and
v imming, He plan- to continue
his religious .studies.
Gruesome Details of Murder of 35,000
Jews Unfold at Trial of Nazis in Coblenz
Pinski School
Elects Officers
Meeting and election of officers
was held by the David Pinski Folk
School at the Farband Culture
Center last week.
New slate includes Max B. Astor,
president; Ben Furman, vice pres-
ident; Mendel Chomitz. cultural
chairman; Ben Ginsberg, treasur-
er; Mrs. Max B. Astor. financial
secretary; and Mrs. S Haperin,
recording secretary.
. COJ5LENZ (JTA) Franz
Gennert. 52, a former SS officer.
told a Coblenz court here this week
that Georg Hcuser, the former
Nazi on trial with 11 other men on
charges of the murder of some 35,-
0(10 Jew- in Minsk during the Nazi
occupation, had instructed him
long before the trial of how to re-
act in the event that the Minsk in-
cidents should ever be investigat-
ed.
Gennert, who was testifying as
a witness in the case, said that
Heuser had told him: "Should you
ever be interrogated, point out
that the executions were carried
out by Latvians'" and that the
Nazis were there "only to fight re-
sistance people."
Gennert, who was himself ar-
rested only a few days ago, re-
called further that Heuser took
part in the killing of Minsk hos-
p:tal inmates and that he had
been present at other executions.
Another witr.es-. Theodor Fold
niann. 55, Heuser's former driver,
told the court that Heuser took
part in executions and described
in detail the chief defendant's
leading position in the Minsk spec-
ial detachment. Paul Rumsche-
witcsz. 31. a Latvian, -aid that he
bad been ordered bj llcu-cr to re-
move all valuables from the Jews
1 efore they were placed in a gas
<.\en.
Details of Mass-Killing
FLENSBURG (JTA' Jews
in Michaelowice in Nazi-held Po-
land who managed to escape to the
roofs of houses during roundups for
deportation "were shot down like
rabbits," a former SS man testi-
fied tins week in the trial of Martin
Fellencz, a formei SS major. Fet
lencz is charged with the killing
el 40,000 Jews in the Krakow area
in 1942.
The former SS man, Sepp Muel-
ler, who was the first witness, is
himself serving a life sentence for
similar wartime crimes to which
he was sentenced last April. He
al-o ti stifled that the blood of the
murdered Jews "ran in the gut-
ter"
The court rejected an applica-
tion from the defendant's attorn-
ey for release from detention on
bail The court ruled that the
possibility of the prisoner disap-
pearing still exists and the at-
torney was asked to "show more
restraint" in making applica-
tions. Fellenci said he knew
nothing about any executions in
Krakow when he was arrested.
The 53-year-old businessman was
charged with having directed !l-
deportation of Jews from Michael-
' and lour other Polish towns
tiring the Nazi occupation.
Camp Staff to be Tried
FRANKFURT (JTA) Tvcn-
ty-eighl former members of the
notorious Auschwitz extermination
camp stall are expected to go to
trial in December on charges of
having participated in mass mur-
ders during the period 19-40 to
1945, according to an announcement
by the chief public prosecutor.
Some 16.500 pages of evidence
against the accused comprising 75
volumes have been compiled dur-
ing the preparations for the trial
which began 14 months ago and
are now almost completed.
Put him in the driver's seat!
Welfare Keynotes
Women's Meeting
.t \ Bearman. pro
chairman I I npl Judea Sister-
: .'. night at
a meeting Theme was "Your
l'nit .1 Fund "
t- were Dr li
klin Williams and Car mi
ait/. Dr William-, vice pres-
nmunity
affairs at the l niversitj "i Miami,
and an immediate pas i n sident
o! ih.' Welfare Planning Council.
spoke on gem ral community wel
tare.
Schwartz, director of planning
and budgeting of the Creator Mi
ami Jewish Federation, .-poke on
"Jewish Social Sen ice "
Mrs Frank Toback, executive
vice president ot Temple Judea
Sisterhood, and a delegate t<> die
recent Southeast Federation ot
Temple Sisterhoods convention in
Mobile. Ala IVl a upon to the
membership.
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Friday. November 30. 1962
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
i
THE SPORTS SCENE: Proving the two-dollar fans are the !
,!.- anj ir ck, Tropical Park tote handle for the dail> d
ten ii increase over last season There was much < bj
i .. (ans when the track raised the minimum cl.d. a
rs last ason but tcdaj it onlj takes two bucks to buj a
.:., n ticket
All the champ ol last sei son will be ba< k when the jai alai se son
. ui > at Dania Palace Wednesdaj AIi-n b ads the list ol
me | -,,,. l( p :..t, h |( liolders i n hand foi Ihis season
K.'i Juanito, Ondarra I urbi. Echania and Alfredo Uld seven
players, and D in..... isl a roster ol 42, largest in the world
The par-three municipal course, on the Beach, and the only c:ty-
-i*d oni in all of Florida, has really caught on, reports Manager
:-j Boyie. The Beach's 18-ho'e layouts, Normandy and Bayshoie,
v( ne/er been in
better condition awaiting Ins winter tourists.
lie inuki
Honneger-Ciaude
Dramatic Oratorio
To be Performed
The Arthur Honneger Paul I
i l dramatic oratorio. Joan ol \iv
ihe Stake will be presented bj
.,,. university ol Miami Symphonj
Orchestra on Sundaj and Monday
evenings, Dec. 9 and 10, i I Mi mm
Beach and Dade County Auditor,
iums
Directed by Fabien Sevitzky. the
symphonj orchestra's third concert
oi ihe season will feature five voc-
alists, six actors, iv..> choruses,
nnd the 90-meml er sj mphonj The
, n< and a hall hour work contains
proloi ue and 11 scenes, and will
be sung m English II will b< pre
si; led without an intermission
Dr. Sevilxky has been planning
the presentation of Joan of Arc
at the Slake" for more than a
year.
|jns the i soloists tor
ih< I cr-t i '.;
well-known actress Felicia Mon-
lealesre, who Mrs Lcoi
Former Bayshore pn and Beach bomeownei Nate Feeman nov
,. | the unique posts in the nation. He residei I
i B( Hoga sho i n Saks Fifth tvenue in Manhattan
gy i, r olfei to selecl thi ibs.
Oie handsome green coats ol the bn l-in Ireland greyhounds en ,.(,,..,,., ,,, private lite, She will
.1 in i Irish Ami rii an I ri Disl n ce D rb.\ I Bi -nnel
oi Dec. 8 will go to th. r Amei oi los I i -
int< il pubhc i ns. or is i( puppy relal i i
* *
HOTEL LOBBYING: D Beach Hotel opening date now is Jan.
Original decorative notes for the new hostelry on Collins V. will
.!,. ,._. metal "flowers" illuminated from the inside They'll b
0| ih, theme in the Mo irea R om. and wen dis>< vercd in -
lecorator Tom Lee
It's a "shov ery" wei kci al the Algiers Mrs Jcrrj Warn i -
ower there today for her niece Susan Warren ai
OS. AVRAHAM NEV.IAV
Israeli Financier
To Speak Here
Di Avraham N'i aman mai
ol the Industrial Bank ol
ind former accountant
the Gi vi rnment of Israel.
. -: speaker .it .i lunch
i his hoi ted by J ack \
i ;u the Duponl Plaza lloti 1
en Friday nooi
Dr Neaman will i'i-c >- the Tel
, arrate Ihe title i il< ol
tarring with her will be ti-
Uroa or, M' nae' w -' '
: -- baritone, Donald Uramm; ten
I),',-, and three Miami Avi\ Stock Exchange, the bur-
ls,., 5 ,Prai u Jovee McGrew, ng ol ii d istrj ai d comm< rce
.,,,1 mezzo-sopranos Salwa Merrige Israel, tin increasing popularity
.V
',. \: w. iman aiid Mrs Ralph Cobb are hostessing one for pearl Krohn, Ralph Miller,
and Natasha Martin
In addition to tli' seven princi-
pal performers three other speak-
ing roles will be acted bj Miamians
and
lot! Yanowitz.
Sol Weiss, ol Sand-Ell caterers, announces thai Rabbi Joseph R
V.,N if in charge ol kashrus at the Lombardy's Crystal I
eh i- open to the publi< Special New Year's Eve dinner party is
med, including soft dunk- and ice gratis
David Rosner's Sterling Hotel dining room is open again, fcatu
kosl i r cuisine, Resei ar erequested,
More than 250 tra> nts ol South Florida enjoyed
ni s Villas sponsored by Northwest Orient Airlines
* *
STAGE AND SCREEN: There'll be no "mom" shortage no
-if m Honey current tl Dec, 8 at Studio M Playhouse
erlj Wheeler, airline host with Bahamas Cunard Line,
, ilti mate, The latter \
ii.,-., : .. in pn Castro years
Period of Adjustment." Tennessee Williams' delightful comedy,
treats of the week, The excellent cast includes
i mciosa, Jane Fonda and Jim Hutton
Julian Voloshin
The University ol Miami Choral
t : .on ol 110 members, directed by
Glenn Draper, and the North Mi-
ami Junior High School Boys Choir,
directed by Mrs. Juanita Wilson,
will also participate in the produc-
i i Israeli securities here in the
i nil d States, and future new is-
sues
Prior to his 'oin:no the Indus-
trial Bar.k o< Israel, Dr. Neaman
served as accountant jeneral of
the Government of Israel from
1952 to 1961.
From 195G to 1961, he was guest
lecturer on public administration
iiiii government finance al the He
t,on which is to be presented fur brew University oi Jerusalem and
partJ at the first time in Florida. ""' Jel Aviv Branch ol the Uni-
Newcomers Set
For Handicap
mim-
with
While most of the speculation on
the outcome of Saturday's $7 "
City of Miami Handicap al Tropi
cal Park is centered around the
question of which of the three win
hits pro luced by the spin Hurri
Hi- is also author of two pamph
eti which have become standard chology.
works for persons interested in
public administration, in addition
to his contributing to the Israeli
"Economic (juarterly Review
Dr. Neaman i- chairman of the
bi ard ol Lapidoth Israel Petrol-
i o Ltd
Kronenoold Will
Address Lodge
;ular luncheon and cultural
... B'rith Miami
i e will continue to be
Tunttey in? at- i!kv
l i icoln Lane estaurant.
Gui si peak 11 sdaj will be
tieoi ge Krom I v h i -;i!>i' el
ill be \ D ip Around the World."
Newscaster will be Dr Abraham
Fson
Celebrity Series
Sunday Program
"Les Sylphides" and "Frontier
Tow n" will be the dam i pre?
often by the Mian B
Company as the si md event in
the Sunday Celebrity Series spon.
,l by tlu' Miami will \ Branch
Sunda; 2 30 p.m.
The progi am is open to all nil*
, ren over six and their pai
Under the direction ol Tommy Ar.
mour, the ballet presentation will
take place at the "Y" auditoi
SW 16th Ave Miami
The remaining programs in the
series arc scheduled as follows:
Jan 6, "Adventures of Robinson
t rusoe." a full-length movie; Feb.
joe ami Penny Aronson, in
"Folk Sonus for Children;" Mar
3 "The Mikado," l>\ the Gilbert
and Sullivan Guild Ol Miami.
Town Hall Forum
Set Friday
The People Speak. Miami Beach
Town Hall Forum, will pn
tan We Afford the Prici
Peace?" on Friday evening, De<
7.
Panelists will be I>r J. Ben Stal-
vey, ot the University of Miami
Department ol Government; Hen-
ry E. Coleman, attorney and com
mander, American Legion; and D>
.lames T Tedeschl, of the Univer-
sity oi Miami Department of Pay-

it's at the Roosevelt,
holds"oveirT The Caplan brothers .Martin and .lack .have two big cane on opening day will be able New Young Adult Program
cember. First. "Jumbo." which brings Martha Raye ,,, carrv his spring speed over the
mile and 70-yard route, a pan- ol
screen, and co-stars Doris Daj and Jimmy Durante, to
I to tor the s,, iw" follows "Jumbo' in late December
i a
"The Longest Day," boasting 42 stars, including John Wayne,
= til Buttons, Richard Burton Irlna Demich ther film debut) Richard
rtymer, Paul Anka, etc., ar.d hailed as one of the greaest war films
: all time, unreels twice daily at the Lincoln. All seats are reserved
:- Danyl F. Zanuck's giant production of the D-Day landings in
: ance.
newcomers to the Hud lid oval
. re looming as increasingly formid-
able threats.
Ihe two are Live Oak Farm's
Argentine-bred, Hob Hoy in. and
Wesl Wind Farm'.- four-year old
son of Unbridled, Baggabee Rob
Hoy III has won two of lus three
Wometco's Thrif Tik-lt Book plan is popular with civic, fraternal is starts and. according to Duke
religious organisations, aiding their fund-raising projects. Sydney carver, his trainer. bound
Levine is Wometco representativa for the plan.
The adult tongue-in-cheek "Bocaccio 70" is this weeks tare at the
nai lie, while "Shoot the Piano Player." French made feature with
lish sub-titles, move- into the Sunset and Mayfair.
"A Bwingin' Evening with Tony Bennett," presented by Alan Sherr
Production Associates 111 feature the nitery and recording star
liami Beach Auditorium Dec. 14 and 13 direct from his -mash
ess al i larnegie Hall.
Peppermint Lounge on the 79th st Causeway highlights an action
..,.,, ,...ue. "Crazy Crazes,' singling out the dance fads ol last 30
rs topped b\ the twist Heal crazy. Two hand- for dancing
* *
ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Coconut Grove's newest, and unique.
Iuraat the Country Store, is open for luncheon from 11:30 to :). Hope, Robyn Tubin chapter, will
' hold it- third annual cocktail party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mac
Kulick, 19421 NE 19th Ct., No. Mi-
ami Beach
Cuban Newsman
To be Speaker
Temple Beth Am Brotherh
\'ll hold it- monthly breakfast
Sunday, li a m in the Templi
ditorium.
Guest speaker will be Ml
i ndaro, former news analyst
Development ol a new program
.:.. single adults will be the Havana and now commentator
ol the meeting on Tin-- ch. 10, who will discuss the i
8 p.m at the Miami V.MHA ..me ol the Cuban situation
Branch of tin- Greater Miami Jew- Joseph F Molien is Brotherh'
i-h Community Center president
to
-how marked improvement inas-
much a- he is jusi now becoming
accustomed to American equip-
ment.
Baggabee, an Illinois-bred train
ed by Del W. ( arroll, -con | an
impressive victory In the Sir Trib-
al Purse at Sportsman's Park on
Nov. 16. coming from behind to
win drawing away at <.'' furloi
City of Hope Porfy
On Saturday. 9 p.m the City Of
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from 6 to 10 tor dinner Sundays, from noon to 11. and i- dosed
Monday.
spotted Helen and Bernie Baum enjoying the choice viands at
tor Bidone'a DeContinental
Char'es Reynard is the popular maitre d' at Miami'- popalur top
ian dining rendezvous Valenti's. Host Charles Valenti is also there
grei; you and make you feel at home
Foursome at Tony Sweet included industrialist Dumas Milner,
ciate \'--^ Griffith and their wives Newesl addition to the Milner
erprisi is the Trei resort on Great Abaco Island, opening'
anuary
The Bill Hinders, of Miami Beach were spotted at the Fireside.
. pn sidenl of Bindei Baldwin Piano Co.
Calypso singer Sir Judson Smith in town for the weekend, wa
Hofbrau House Jud opens Dec. 21 at the Royal Orleans Motel in
- mp, He recently closed a 12-week date at the Old Fiti House in
-\ill i, Ky.
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Only shop ol it- kind i
cription f the newly-opened Curio Shop 241 Malaga Ave., i
Dles Ed Robinson and Hill Bell havi moved their entire antique
ection here from Pittsburgh to the new quarters
jeny Kimhall's iporti shop, at NK First St and Second Ave., has
hl '., varietj ol upment in the area, for everj member
|u, r, rnily, at greatly prices. Kimhall's make- your holiday
I shopping .i cinch.
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JACKBOOT ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDED JORDAN AND HIS HENCHMEN
Recollections of a Nazi Trial in the Old Bailey
Fy SAMUEL J. GOLDSMITH ,:, .,. ,,,,,,, bj ,jf ,;|u wj|g ^ ^ offenge ^
i \DON (JTA) During the : and "zl>n ''" tthc gas used ...y that the ews ought to go back
- ol Ihe trial i.i Colin Jor- [he v.- ambers) and -Mew- (u their own country Bui this is
his four lieutenants, the There is no garden at all a matter lor Parliament.
i i
his four lieutenants, the !
m the well ol Court Number ":- 'he site of the building. A local
i the Old Bailey was crowded shopfc eper said on oath thai Tyn-
ph itographs of Hitler and ('-"i had bought from him throe
her, steel-helmets, jackboi.s, 'ins til the weedkiller.
;,..-. tield telephone equip- _,
The news editor of Ihe "Peo-
ple," a Sunday paper and the
s'able companion of The Daily
Htralrf, was a w:fr,ess. The ac
cused tried to show that a series
of remarkable photos in the
"Pecple" showing the Naris in
training and in their cellar drink-
ing beer (shades of the Munich
Beer Cellar), were supplied by a
former Nazi who had left the
movement. But be that as it may
ard there is no blame attached
to a paper buying photosthe
prosecutor put great store on the
photos.
Mr Justice Barry said in sum-
ming up thai the attitude of the de-
fendants that Jews should bo sent
to their own country, as they put
i!. is n.>; illegal in the present state
of tho law. The jury would have
to answer the questions, whether
Spearhead wanted to promote a po
litical object with force, and wheth
i and similar paraphernalia
i used woro Colin Jordan. 3#
Tyn all, 28, Don, Pino. L>:f.
i Kerr-Ritchie, 12. They
charged with organizing,
ng and equipping an organi-
n called Spearhead, "to use or
laj force in oidor to promote
lical objects;" and of organiz-
Spoarhoad "in a manner to
isc reasonable apprehension in
r persons." They pleaded not
and conducted their own do-
rquite skilfully, lot it ho ail-
' i (I.
-tuff on the table was found
he headquarters ol Ihe National
- lalist Movement in West Lon-
of which Spearhead was a
il elite corps. Jordan, an ex-
olmaster, was the leader of
\>M and of Spearhead lie
been an organizer with the
u of Empire Loyalists. In
to, ho formed the White Hot. use
As the trial drew to a close,
tho National Socialist Movement
ssued details of an agreement
between George Rockwell, the
American Naxi leader, and Jor-
dar. Rockwell was here in Au-
gust, and promptly deported by
the Home Oifice, but ihey seem
to have managed to agree as fol-
lows: In the event cf Jordan go-
ing to prison Rockwell takes over
the international leadership. The
objectives of the agreement are
to form an international machin-
ery to "combat and utterly de-
stroy the international Jewish-
Communist and Zionist apparatus
of treason and subversion."
people tend to make comparisons
with Hitler at the Lansberg For-
tress. However, England of to-
day i; nc; Germany of the Wei-
mer Republic And Hitler was
sent to prison after a Putsch, in
which he hac* marched through
the streets of Munich s:de by siie
with Fieldmarshal von Luden-
dorf. That Hitler ran away as
soon as the police had opened
fire ard old Ludendorf marched
on, is another matter.
They were in it together, origi-
nally. It is as if Colin Jordan had
marched through Birmingham side
by side with Fieldmarshal Lord
Montgomery. Marx has said that
historj does repeat itself, but the
first time it is a tragedy, second
time a farce. This does not mean.
ol course, that Fascism and Naz-
ism should not be fought. But
there is no need to exaggerate
their menace in England,
LEGAL NOTICE
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There are also points in the
agreement about the division of the
world into white and black areas.
Another point says that it is aimed
"to find and accomplish on a world-
wide scale a .just and final settle-
ment of the Jewish problem."
Point seven says: "No organization
,,.,. ...|-il|. II Pi. Ihlltt"!!- ll.illi. ol
m individual failing to acknowledge m,.|,- mti.ia.WK ul IR'i clllm.
tho spiritual loader-hip of Adolf
Hitler and the fact that we are
NOTICE UNDER
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XliTN'K IS IIKIIKI'.V <:i\ KM t'
,h, ii. ,i. iii -ii Ins I., engagi
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COll:"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 57435
In UK: Bftate of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditor* and All !' Jmom H
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
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\. i il. i: is HKItKKY lilVKX thai
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which merged with the it the organization could have made National Socialists shall be admit
National Tarty. In 1961,
,t rdan formed the National Social-
Movement
Spearhead members were to be
men between 16 ar.d 45, "of Nor-
dic type, with a basic understand-
ing of racial and nationalism."
They were supposed to be true
successors of the German Storm-
troopers. They were advised to
acquire a reproduction of a por-
trait of Streicher"a must for
your home."
the people apprehensive.
Alter one hundre.1 minutes, tho
jury of ten men and two women
answered "no" to the first count
and "yes" to the second. Colin Joi
dan was sentenced to nine months'
imprisonment; Tyndall to six
months; and Kerr Ritchie and Piric
to three months each. The judge
refused bail until an appeal will
be heard.
From tho trial it seems that those
ivho claim tho PuuilC Order Act
of 1936 is not adequate and ought
to ho amended, are right after all.
For. it seems it is not an offense
lo incite to hate people because
of their color, race or creed, as
OOks and paintings. ,,, th<,n, js nQ actlla, ,n8U,t|ng
ar threatening behavior. The Judgt
dropped a hint about this gap when
he said that in the present state
T) niiall too bad once been a
n ember of tho League of Kinpire
: oyalists, but found them too tame.
Kerr-Ritchie was once convicted for
. '.iproprialin
\ttor coming out ol jail ho work
a- a clerk at the Automobile
Vssociation, but was dismissed re-
lly, Pirie left the RAF before
pleting his military service and
- drifting without employment
until the trial.
rhese then were the accused
trial was British justice at its
The accused were given
. opportunity lo question the
sses of thi prosecution and to
oena their own witnesses
lid not, however, succeed in
_ Sir Barnetl Janner. Presi.
ol the Hoard ol Deputies ol
h Jews; the judge held that
H rnetl coul i not contribute
the trial it tran*pired that
lice ;;'' ar ol
' ad seven tins ol sodium
ite, a -iii>; am e used as >
ill< i but i isilj e ertible
' an explosive, bj adding
ted to membership."
How many wore actually admit-
ted is not known, but it is known
tha,t only 18 men were spotted
drilling, and that there were no
more than a couple of dozen at the
summer camp in the Cotswolds,
and this ligure included some wives
and children. It i-. also known that
Tyndall had written to a colonel
in the United Arab Republic, ask-
ing for 15.000 pounds (sterling) to
set up a broadcasting station on
the Thames Estuary, but received
no reply. At least, no trace of an
answer was found. The Arabs
don't seem to set much store by
the opposition of the British Nazi
to Zionism.
Now Jordan and his three clos-
est collaborators are out of jail
for the present. Not unnaturally.
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Art Theatres
List Film Fare
Growing Old Gracefully
"How to Grow Old Gracefully"
was to be the topic of a talk by
"Boccaccio 70" will open Friday Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, before
the Slimnastic Club, on the 10th
stt. beach, Thursday morning, 9
a.m.
Tifereth Israel
Hebrew Class
Temple Tifereth Israel has form-
at the Normandie Art Theatre
ihe film features "The Raff'*"
starring Sophia Loren; "The Job."
with Rom) Schneider; and "Temp-
tation of Dr. Antonio.-" starring
Anita Ekberg
"White slave ship," featuring
Pier Angeli and Edmund Purdom.
opens Fridaj at Wometco's Essex,
Town. North Dado Drive-In, Boule-
vard Drive-In, and 27th Ave. Drive- ul an adult Hebrew instruction
ln Theatre-. class which meets every Tuesday
Cleo from 5 to 7." opens Wed- evening, 8 p.m in the social hall
. Dec 5, at Wometco's May- 65 0 \ Mian i ave.,
fair and Sunset Art Theatre-. The Rahbi
film, exploring the meaning arc open to men and worn
time, stars Corinni Marchand. '"
.la sewing
and handici ss, which meets
i ach Tuesd a.m., in the social
hall. Vrticles made will be s01d
,.i r to be held at the Tern
is Gen- pie next Purim.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA-20875
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57634-C
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'notice TO CREDITORS
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count) resident, is i resident ot the
new dealership
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
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File A A-2:868
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56234-B
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Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
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tables, will provide 1 ustomer
inn while waiting for their
. a delivery.
The ne Ponti c hip, the
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Smith Miami area, will emp
uith an annual payroll ol more
than $500,000. Ei '*s
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Friday. November 30, 1962 +JmMi fkrkMfu, \ Page 13-B Jjar vocational education Israel includes a comprehensive %  designed to integrate men and women into Israel's economy. The Alice L Vocation High School : tung people in homemakint!. Iressmaking, and secretar-: i Brandeis Center, there are rkshops containing mechanical ; n ision instruments, as well I'rinting shops. Steven Bernstein Saturday oiornui^ services, Dec. l. al Temple Judea will include the Mar Mitzvah of Steven Charles Bernstein, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. Steven is a student at Ponce Junior High, He plans to continue with his religious studies. Mr and Mrs. Allan Bernstein. 1-120 Algeria Ave.. Coral Gables, Auxiliary Chief Expected Mrs, Edward Levine, president ol the Florida Department. Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans, will make an official visit to Miami Beach JWV Auxiliary on Thursday evening. Dec. 6. at the American Legion Hall. 1802 Alton Rd, Mrs. Evelyn Decky. acting president, will conduct the meeting. New Year's Will Aid Beach V Continuing their efforts to beautily the Miami Beach Y.MHA llranch. members of the "Y" Women's Division are hoping to raise enough funds through their New Year's Eve dinner dance to refurnish the front lobby of the building at 1536 Bay Rd. The New Tear's Eve affair will take place in the Cloud Cafe at 'he Dupont Plaza Hotel beginning .i p.rr it was announced by Mrs'.' Sidney Lang, president. Chairman is Mrs. Albert Somers, and assisting her are Mrs. mueJ Oka and Mrs. Robert Grossan, in charge of tickets, and Mrs. .lie; „iebovwtz, decorations. \ steak dinner will be served, d ea< %  guest will usher in the i Yei r with a split of chainthrough the lnlp of Mr. MrFred Fenton. Phil Kent • %  orchestra will provide dancing, as well as vocal i ntertainmenl Auction-Bazacr At Coral Way \\ ay .lew ish emu r will ii •.,>!: azaar mi Saturdaj Di I, i" raise • i Centi school la< • La sarus, chairman I, said that the auction eld at K 30 p in Saturday n the Center auditorium ii he professional enter•ru %  ami refreshmi i %  I %  >! bazaar %  ill be held :i a. in.. Sundaj Dec !'. children's rides and food the bazaar. IttfBl being auctioned oil %  evi ing are new merchandise .ibeen donated by bust i • throughout Made county, i.. .ii asaid that among the ->• anfurniture, toys, tMng, restaurant dinners, and at resort spots 111 Hoi' David Pinski Oneg Shabbat David '.'niski Folk School will • id its second <>•, %  <• hN B< on 1 rida) I 'he Farband Labor ZionCents*, 812 Washington Ave I lie evening will be dedicated to i recently-published book of J [eastern, of Hollywood. Fla. i e Grober, of the Hebrew pi 'i' with I Jacobson to Head Beth Kodesh In i" Jacobson will be installed president of Beth Kodesh Con%  a -A during late Friday eveninservices con lucted by Rabbi Max Shapiro Serving with Jacobson will be Norman Brager, Samuel Kostoff : %  Louis Zimmerman, vice presidents; Mr-. Ed Becker, recording secretary; Mack Libman, corresponding secretary; Mis Nathan I Coulton, financial secretary; Jack St >ne, treasurer; and .",i> board members An Oneg Shabbat in honor of the new slate will follow the ceremony, sponsored by the congregation, it the auditorium. Adult courses for the year will begin at Beth Kodesh on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Instructor for the Hebrew class will be Menachen shut', and Rabbi Shapiro will teach the history course. Rabbi Rutchik At Beth David Beth David adult seminar will feature Rabbi Allen Rutchik, who will discuss "Ritual in Jewish Life" this Sunday at 11 a.m. Rabbi Rutchik is director of the Southeast region of the United Synagogue ot America, serving Conservative synagogues affiliated \ iih the United Synagogue ot America Educated in New York City. Rabbi Rutchik holda Bachelor ot Arts degree from Brooklyn Col Ii ge, a Master ot Arts in political from Columbia I'niversi'/, a v isti r's • Hebrew Letters from .!, wish Th< ological Seminarj. ordained at the Seminar) in 19 will host the OneShabbat on Frilay and the Kiddush following the ceremony Saturday in honor of -heir son. Jack Rosenblatt Jack Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benard Rosenblatt, will observe his Bar Mitzvah at services conducted by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard on Saturday morning, Dec. 1. at Temple Beth Am. An eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High, the celebrant studies music and has placed first io interstate judo competition. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are long time Miami Beach residents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Edelman and Mr and Mrs. Ben Goldfarb. Bernard Sork Rabbi Norman \ Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bernard Alexander, son of Mr. and Mis. Henry Sork. L':;:'.". SW 23rd Tor., during services Saturday morning. Dee l. at Beth David. Aii eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior Huh. Bernard's outside recreations are sailing and •v imming, He planto continue his religious .studies. Gruesome Details of Murder of 35,000 Jews Unfold at Trial of Nazis in Coblenz Pinski School Elects Officers Meeting and election of officers was held by the David Pinski Folk School at the Farband Culture Center last week. New slate includes Max B. Astor, president; Ben Furman, vice president; Mendel Chomitz. cultural chairman; Ben Ginsberg, treasurer; Mrs. Max B. Astor. financial secretary; and Mrs. S Haperin, recording secretary. COJ5LENZ — (JTA) — Franz Gennert. 52, a former SS officer. told a Coblenz court here this week that Georg Hcuser, the former Nazi on trial with 11 other men on charges of the murder of some 35,0(10 Jewin Minsk during the Nazi occupation, had instructed him long before the trial of how to react in the event that the Minsk incidents should ever be investigated. Gennert, who was testifying as a witness in the case, said that Heuser had told him: "Should you ever be interrogated, point out that the executions were carried out by Latvians'" and that the Nazis were there "only to fight resistance people." Gennert, who was himself arrested only a few days ago, recalled further that Heuser took part in the killing of Minsk hosp : tal inmates and that he had been present at other executions. Another witr.es-. Theodor Fold niann. 55, Heuser's former driver, told the court that Heuser took part in executions and described in detail the chief defendant's leading position in the Minsk special detachment. Paul Rumschewitcsz. 31. a Latvian, -aid that he bad been ordered bj llcu-cr to remove all valuables from the Jews 1 efore they were placed in a gas <.\en. Details of Mass-Killing FLENSBURG — (JTA' — Jews in Michaelowice in Nazi-held Poland who managed to escape to the roofs of houses during roundups for deportation "were shot down like rabbits," a former SS man testified tins week in the trial of Martin Fellencz, a formei SS major. Fet lencz is charged with the killing el 40,000 Jews in the Krakow area in 1942. The former SS man, Sepp Mueller, who was the first witness, is himself serving a life sentence for similar wartime crimes to which he was sentenced last April. He al-o ti stifled that the blood of the murdered Jews "ran in the gutter" The court rejected an application from the defendant's attorney for release from detention on bail The court ruled that the possibility of the prisoner disappearing still exists and the attorney was asked to "show more restraint" in making applications. Fellenci said he knew nothing about any executions in Krakow when he was arrested. The 53-year-old businessman was charged with having directed !ldeportation of Jews from Michael' %  and lour other Polish towns tiring the Nazi occupation. Camp Staff to be Tried FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Tvcnty-eighl former members of the notorious Auschwitz extermination camp stall are expected to go to trial in December on charges of having participated in mass murders during the period 19-40 to 1945, according to an announcement by the chief public prosecutor. Some 16.500 pages of evidence against the accused comprising 75 volumes have been compiled during the preparations for the trial which began 14 months ago and are now almost completed. Put him in the driver's seat! Welfare Keynotes Women's Meeting .t \ Bearman. pro chairman I I npl Judea Sister: .'. night at a meeting Theme was "Your l'nit .1 Fund Twere Dr li klin Williams and Car mi ait/. Dr William-, vice presnmunity affairs at the l niversitj "i Miami, and an immediate pas i n sident o! ih.' Welfare Planning Council. spoke on gem ral community wel tare. Schwartz, director of planning and budgeting of the Creator Mi ami Jewish Federation, .-poke on "Jewish Social Sen ice Mrs Frank Toback, executive vice president ot Temple Judea Sisterhood, and a delegate t<> die recent Southeast Federation ot Temple Sisterhoods convention in Mobile. 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Pare U vjfuUt-Fkrr'fiir Friday. November 30, ]i Men ncl : ;-; ::: fee : at ier B benhifj mtn&o q Dec art die .*. giers He rre fiaeea leader* :: South Florida '.'.'-—•=: Dii %  '•-.:: %  .-: Technicn Seated er to right a Mrs lazk Katxman Mn Scl Trachlenbe Mrs Philip : rhau presides! Ma Tru e. : : y-5 w-eoj : She? :: Mrs Y;: ::. Fell:e V=le=: -v Mrs Anac fee::?yers Mrs H Frcnil^j '•'•;....--5 Mrs Mrs I ::: %  %  fc erf: F.: •: Mn Mrs Hears Neiaon Mrs Inei =nd Mn Lee Ruateis Technion Women Will Hear Talk %  1 1 %  • Fl E : I : I Pre~ Thau. '' I > :-'.• ... : :.' a report a the pi gn -at tt ... enrollv %  : nna -.-' %  • %  -. %  • : •-: A --._ -.... %  %  :.: • _'• r 1 be a rea --%  -.•. %  -. %  tes f01 [hex -• I .. r • .-. %  ...... .... %  s Diva -.-.-for its D %  Mrs 1 forma: Nursing School To Test Monday %  ; Ross irector of 1 ducatJan at nounced apMi Sinai H ephal's • oi Pra lical Nursing Ap.... eet at the sd • by 8 30 a in. and the da>II be divided be%  %  since 195:. Ml f Pract I Nui National Aan \ rsmg Educal ell as bj State Nursing and Veterans mstration It is tbi • Sen I Practical 1 boti • • • act • •' high J '." • %  : I %  • pt • I %  .. Ckanuka Progrc-n Slated %  %  j Annual Victory Donee I L .' %  l oi %  to the music c i %  • : r LSI • holidav % %  •*: %  Waj Jevii il Chaoukj Singers Wilf Install Officers Miami Besets eel of '•:: ~ Tewen Room] %  JUG. be I I 1 • -•:• -•-•%  ". r % %  -. 1 R recor itng %  '• %  %  rs %  .%  Nathan 1 %  %  • I Pioneer Women Plan Programs Pfoce^r Women's Club '. BOBor Mn frrir. an utenin Mar .:' !• cr MeaeaQ % %  the Firbaad Ave. • -. • ... Rescue 1 e: ;rte IS* k:r-oeraar• -. '. • %  %  5 ". Mr; Mr Irving Liftmax <_; pretadeat %  a The KidimWi Chapeef tS | Site Chit an S t. 1 tel Mrad pt -• i:: for • %  .1 \ ;.-.., r r A : .. .. the Beba l*ei*on Chap**I pi Loai -. \ jr Ish ?. %  i ;. • a I • FLIP it's HERRING X FILLETS '*^UH PAC^ f CERTIFrED KOSHER AND PARVE2 AJAX b JS*C r o***' c t-es as masqr Ne ":• awhomes as ass/ other c e-vere-: ktsnei r-^Bieac^tSta" s c.$:-:: : : :•: ;' is<-:: :; •: %  r Syracuse Alumni Plan Dinner Here j> T3CX1S %  %  %  \ -%  Sugo"ne umnntum (JHMHJtft Stiti Pt:.:t t'Zz^t-'.--:-: .9 GOAMNTH0 MON-f*TUNING' A tempting new first course IMPORTED VITA HERRING IX BITE-SIZE FI Vita Herring makes the most exciting first course ever served. Hie tantalizing aroma of Vita's : spices alone is enough to sharpen Dite-size fillets themselves are irresistil stied i onion rings and cream or wine sauce. What /T\ a tangy, robust flavor! What ready-to-een-e "^ convenience! Get Vita Herring-=-, h i m reXngcrated food cases, \\/ I Tfl-'^Vv



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Face B-A f #* %  #'#• fit >rHi liin Friday. November 3C How UFWF Views Welfare Future if < 'sFTA : this port, as w Bernstein rei es of Chiej s i rention I the <'' Vs to undertei ffair< and 'in •" Synagogue R ns <>l • \>w York Federation Thcsi %  shop participant! • problem of multiple • must concern and the role ol gifts of necessi rives and bj ; in support l • %  • side the s n programs munitj ations. .... immon tederatioi DIPLOMAT' ; si eral • S pita and 5 $80 ] > federal • gone as %  2S per cent a ... ... Ihers %  • i He said that the f.ni'rgs indicated that mere enhortation was not alone the answer and that efforts must be made to pinpoint the key areas such as orcaniiation solicitation methods and particularly the effectiveress cf volunteer fund solicitors whose understanding and thoroughness rather than the gene-e cf contributors often determines the lev el of gifts 7 Workshop participants noted that what voluntary agencies must do and whar their programs cost are greatly affected by what governmental agencies do. It was emchasiied that the passage cf tht public welfare amendmerts of 1962 had opened an opportunity for a major breakthrough in replacing continued relief with rehab'litation family service and independence. %  ning so thai Community relations were viewed by the workshops -n the cortext cf both national and local cooperation. Closer ties with other communal agencies at the natio-al levels was stressed. At the local level, participants conkered t+.e impact of community relations on all federation agencies through their particiryit : cn in united funds and community chests, councils of social agencies and in public welfare concerns. r phase of s ed at thi %  t ion of I Re; .... ... %  %  • •tress as ... %  forks 'Hod "*" • I. Jse of "tax funds for sectai s %  rj ass mila ii j Lehrman ol '• %  %  -• ma administrative research oi the issues ol ross At the Southeast region, Zionist Organization of America| function Sunday eveninq at the Diplomat Hotel c right 1 Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit2 ot Daytona Beach, v.h benediction; Eer. R. Winick, toastmaster of Knoxville Rabbi Leon Krcnish, of Tempie Beth Sholom, who the gues: speaker; Rabbi Max Nussbaum, national ;.-• of the ZOA; Samuel Friedland, honorary Mortimei May past national president. ZOA. In I is Berncrd Kctz. member of the Nat.cnal Exe itivi c: the Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Nussbaum Warns U.S. Jewry Against Growing Danger of Assimi'atio Some 9 eaders I %  • : • ater MiGil H ; Jewrj heard Dr Max Suss lor of th. 5outheai t m. Zionist Orgai 1 ihebanqu lion Dr. Ir v ----- • j I t • .-•:.---. as. Spa :es are : rtal r problems. I u'utior. research is beinc ur.** %  --i y** rtal Q -" %  • •-ticaliv a: total locel ai I rational levels. to ^ Means of pr -.ore financing mow thai -search are being studied Special avenues of closer coUaber.; n oration between federations ana ..ties, proposals of the political I .... a n i El Miami !'.• ach. : Ra %  rt with a plaqui il) of closer ra%  i""".' %  "• t ion from lb< Southi regie %  cal cooperation beDr Nussbaum, guest at Preci .., Mr eei the various acer.cies and *•.. grand banquet which closed the >jmuel Friedland wei its nitj relati as rganizatioi ,j conference of the delegates and Greater • agreed that federas region of tin Z -' Orish leaders at a pi • hav< respoasabilit) for planol America last weekparty in hocnr of Dr '. ssbaum coordinating th< great ei th< Diplomat Hotel, pointed the Diploma:. tarietj .:' institutional and non-inoul n o( American A ;^ ,, ;'.red'a: the • %  --r^,* developed for • n lack of Hebre* eiuca£ram the aged t isnrt that people will tior es between the v hu mtrrK j UC THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A East -•. Arab quai ugns %  • • %  ficatior %  S nust p --. -' gap s %  whirl) s and < %  the first law of -• v %  • • ho s ered to 1 i for 1 need These include casework, counseling, homemaker service, home medical ami nursing care, friendly visiting employment sheltered workshops, recreation, housing, boarding homes, hospitals, nursing homes and institutions for the aged -•' services they specifically > •_ peoph of th< L'niu Bi-n Ciller, chairman I and i a-area: th: R u/inici b wais'i Maj .^aj %  ..... by 1 : i ZOA %  ent of 1 ... Dai %  • I SHERATOI Jeuisl • • context of tol respons \ tly related to I • afti rt Bins Decon il fed spite I mat goes primarily for central s< rvices f security. schools of various in | sen ices ii previ among Is • %  • ; ; fell ing security j •. parent educai t is spiril ... .' %  • coi i the Stal • %  Discussing the important role that American Jewry is playing in Israel today, and stressing the need for a strong Jewish community -n the United States to supciort 'he Jewish State. Dr. Nussbaum also urged the prompt fulfilling of the need for immediate mob'!nation of the American Jewish community through the Zicnijt Organixation of America, "ami making American Jewry aware of the present political difficulties facing Israel in the United Nations regarding the Arab Refugee problem. 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November 30. 1962 I !" f} irn-r rl fian Page 3-A on ida ADL Annual Meeting View Prominent Issues Hare Israel's Armed Forces Chief to Speak At JNF Me Ami Dedication Banquet iri,!:i board of the ion League of B'nai mend to the national or not file a brief support 'f appeals -,. conviction by Southdemonstrator! against don ; ,t lunch counters and ,nd HI her vital questions discussed at the business ie annual meeting of board of the Anti-Deague of B'nai B'rith the Algiers hotel. I eating in the discussion I George J. Talianoff, forn^irman of the Florida reel of the ADL; and v'ton A. Friedman, vice the Florida regional luled .it tli*annual aj i"A Second Look ol Religion in the Featured wffll be Btir, fiairman of the Flori.iiid a member of the \i cutive committee of i Paul Seiderman, forboard chairman ieon session at noon, : %  Sober! King High the ADL's annutil Vbess Awar I in Human lirman. chairman of mmittee, said that "in e of Mayor High, our considered his unique assador without portLatin American neighmag* as the personificacPan-American friendship oerstanding is especially it -igful today, when mutual BETH DIN OFFICE ;-Bi DR. T.bOR H. STE.1N Michigan Ave., Miami Beoch 11969 JE 1-6150 : i i • I t-,tp6iish4 •3S trust among Americans is being tested in the cruc ; ble of Caribbean tensions." Particularly, the Abess Award will recognize Mayor High for his contribution to the problem surrounding the peaceful desegregation of downtown lunch counter facilities, "a process that caused so much ill-will, hostility, and litigation elsewhere in the South."' and "lor his wise an:! progressive handling of a difficult situation."' (iucst speaker at the luncheon session will be Herman Kdelsberg. legislative representative of the national Anti-Defamation League. who iexpected to fly here from Washington especially t>>r the i \ en). Edelsberg is an authority on the American Congress and Government. He has the responsibility of transmitting the interests of the American Jewish community to the Congress and to the Government, and of interpreting the Congressional scene to the Jewish community for the Anti-Defamation League. .lack Fink, nominating committee chairman, will present a slate of i [ficers for election. Nominated for a second term a< beard chairman is Burnett Koth Succeeding Judge Milton Friedman and Sam I. Silver, who have served maximum terms in office as the League's Dade county vice chairmen, are two new officers, William L. Pallot and Henry E. Wolff. Friedman and Silver join past officers Benjamin Meyers and George J Talianoff as trustees. Chairman of the board of trustees iPaul Seiderman. Al L. Schneider, president of the Jacksonville Jewish Commun* 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 Ms Home Owned Home Operate* Gen. i.hami Bar Lev. eommandei of the armed forces ol the State ol Israel, will be guest speaker at a banquet hosted by the Greater Miami Council of the Jewish National Fund on Dec. 9 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The function, to highlight the Me Ami dedication, will honor the recent ceremony that launched this community's twin city in Israel. A pilgrimage of distinguished community leaders here left Oct. Zi to take part in the event. Me Ami. the newest of the Jewish National Fund border settlements, is being established on the Jordanian border in Israel's region known as Givot Iron. "It is only fitting that the commane'er of Israel's armed forces should be guest speaker at our Me Ami banquet," said Leon Ell, president of the Greater Miami JNF Council, "for Me Ami has been established to strengthen the security of the young nation." Ell said that Me Ami will be the most important settlement in a chain of 18 such frontier strongholds to bolster Israel's border. Gen. Lev is a veteran of Palmach, who rose from the ranks to become chief of Israel's armed forces. He is a veteran of the War ol Independence and the Sinai campaign, and was credited with capturing Rafah and El-Arish, finally stopping at the Suez Canal. GEN. BAR LEV Democratic Club Will Nominate Nominating committee of the Democratic club of Miami Beach will present the slate of officers for 1963 ai a meeting Wednesday evening at the Sea Isle Hotel. Election will be held at the meeting mi Wednesday evening, Dec. IS, at the club's headquarters "in the Sea Isle. President of the organization is Wally Cluck. AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM LINES GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH .pi<: i-ui.v. TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? I Safe. Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "Th Sign of Good Hoejs*eptaj M COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK J^FR 7-1411 Greater Miami's Urge* Ixftrmlaotor Complete and Dependable Title Service Let Israel Pay for Hawks With Her Own Currency Continued from Page 1-A the United Arab Republic and others who use money made available to them through American assistance, in other directions—to buy of tensive weapons from the Soviet L'nion and their Satellites. first year in office as chairman of the policy-making executive committee, was renominated to his post. The office of treasurer, held by Jack Kink, will again receive B'nai B'rith leader's name In m mination, and Nate Perlmutter, %  DL's exe< utive director for Florwas renominated as si DOSRACiHC EVERY NiGHT KXCBPT Q'Rfl SUNDAY Ij'UII NO MINORS &--. 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go +JewHtifk*ldjain Friday. November 30. 1962 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl i THE SPORTS SCENE: Proving the two-dollar fans are the ,!., anj ir ck, Tropical Park tote handle for the dail> d ten ii increase over last season There was much < BJ i ..• (ans when the track raised the minimum cl.d. a rs last ason but tcdaj it onlj takes two bucks to buj a .:•.,• n ticket All the champ ol last sei son will be ba< k when the jai alai se son ui >• at Dania Palace Wednesdaj AII-N b ads the list ol me | -,,,. l( p : ..t, h • |( liolders i n hand foi Ihis season K.'i Juanito, Ondarra I urbi. Echania and Alfredo Uld seven players, and D in isl a roster ol 42, largest in the world The par-three municipal course, on the Beach, and the only c:ty-i*d oni in all of Florida, has really caught on, reports Manager :-j Boyie. The Beach's 18-ho'e layouts, Normandy and Bayshoie, • v( ne/er been in better condition awaiting Ins winter tourists. lie inuki Honneger-Ciaude Dramatic Oratorio To be Performed The Arthur Honneger Paul I i l dramatic oratorio. Joan ol \iv ihe Stake will be presented bj .,,. university ol Miami Symphonj Orchestra on Sundaj and Monday evenings, Dec. 9 and 10, i I Mi MM Beach and Dade County Auditor, iums Directed by Fabien Sevitzky. the symphonj orchestra's third concert oi ihe season will feature five vocalists, six actors, iv..> choruses, nnd the 90-meml er sj mphonj The n < and a hall hour work contains proloi ue and 11 scenes, and will be sung m English II will b< pre si ; led without an intermission Dr. Sevilxky has been planning the presentation of Joan of Arc at the Slake" for more than a year. |j ns the i soloists tor ih< I cr-t i % %  .; %  well-known actress Felicia Monlealesre, who Mrs Lcoi Former Bayshore pn and Beach bomeownei Nate Feeman nov ,.„ | the unique %  posts in the nation. He residei I i B( Hoga sho i n Saks Fifth tvenue in Manhattan g y i, r olfei to selecl thi ibs. Oie handsome green coats ol the bn l-in Ireland greyhounds en ,. ( ,,.„.,,.,„ ,,, private lite, She will .1 in i • Irish Ami rii an I ri Disl n ce D rb.\ I Bi -nnel oi Dec. 8 will go to th. r Amei oi los I i int< il pubhc i ns. or is i( puppy relal i i • HOTEL LOBBYING: D Beach Hotel opening date now is Jan. Original decorative notes for the new hostelry on Collins V. will .„!,. •,._. metal "flowers" illuminated from the inside They'll b %  0 | ih, theme in the Mo irea R om. and wen dis>< vercd in lecorator Tom Lee It's a "shov ery" wei kci al the Algiers Mrs Jcrrj Warn i ower there today for her niece Susan Warren ai OS. AVRAHAM NEV.IAV Israeli Financier To Speak Here Di Avraham N'I aman mai ol the Industrial Bank ol ind former accountant the Gi vi rnment of Israel. -: speaker .it .i lunch • i his hoi ted by J ack \ i • • • ;u the Duponl Plaza lloti 1 en Friday nooi Dr Neaman will I'I-C >the Tel arrate Ihe title i il< ol tarring with her will be t iUroa • or, M' nae w • %  : -baritone, Donald Uramm; ten I),',-, and three Miami Avi\ Stock Exchange, the burls,., 5 P rai u Jovee McGrew, ng ol ii d istrj ai d comm< rce .,,,1 mezzo-sopranos Salwa Merrige Israel, tin increasing popularity .V ',. \ : • w. iman aiid Mrs Ralph Cobb are hostessing one for pearl Krohn, Ralph Miller, and Natasha Martin In addition to tli' seven principal performers three other speaking roles will be acted bj Miamians and %  lot! Yanowitz. Sol Weiss, ol Sand-Ell caterers, announces thai Rabbi Joseph R V N if i n charge ol kashrus at the Lombardy's Crystal I eh iopen to the publi< Special New Year's Eve dinner party is med, including soft dunkand ice gratis David Rosner's Sterling Hotel dining room is open again, fcatu kosl i r cuisine, Resei • %  ar erequested, More than 250 tra> nts ol South Florida enjoyed ni s • Villas sponsored by Northwest Orient Airlines STAGE AND SCREEN: There'll be no "mom" shortage no -if m Honey current tl Dec, 8 at Studio M Playhouse erlj Wheeler, airline host -• with Bahamas Cunard Line, ilti mate, The latter \ ii.,-., : .. in pn Castro years Period of Adjustment." Tennessee Williams' delightful comedy, treats of the week, The excellent cast includes i• %  mciosa, Jane Fonda and Jim Hutton Julian Voloshin The University ol Miami Choral t : .on ol 110 members, directed by Glenn Draper, and the North Miami Junior High School Boys Choir, directed by Mrs. Juanita Wilson, will also participate in the produci i Israeli securities here in the i nil d States, and future new issues Prior to his 'oin : no the Industrial Bar.k o< Israel, Dr. Neaman served as accountant jeneral of the Government of Israel from 1952 to 1961. From 195G to 1961, he was guest lecturer on public administration •iiiii government finance al the He t,on which is to be presented fur brew University oi Jerusalem and „ partJ a t the first time in Florida. ""' Jel Aviv Branch ol the UniNewcomers Set For Handicap mimwith While most of the speculation on the outcome of Saturday's $7 %  City of Miami Handicap al Tropi cal Park is centered around the question of which of the three win HITS pro luced by the spin Hurri Hiis also author of two pamph eti which have become standard chology. works for persons interested in public administration, in addition to his contributing to the Israeli "Economic (juarterly Review Dr. Neaman ichairman of the bi ard ol Lapidoth Israel Petroli o Ltd Kronenoold Will Address Lodge ;ular luncheon and cultural %  ... B'rith Miami i e will continue to be • • Tunttey in? atI!KV l i icoln Lane estaurant. Gui si • peak 11 sdaj will be tieoi ge Krom I v h i -;i >i' el ill be \ D ip Around the World." Newscaster will be Dr Abraham Fson Celebrity Series Sunday Program "Les Sylphides" and "Frontier Tow n" will be the dam i pre? often by the Mian B Company as the si md event in the Sunday Celebrity Series spon. ,l by tlu' Miami will \ Branch Sunda; 2 30 p.m. The progi am is open to all nil* ren over six and their pai Under the direction ol Tommy Ar. mour, the ballet presentation will take place at the "Y" auditoi SW 16th Ave Miami The remaining programs in the series arc scheduled as follows: Jan 6, "Adventures of Robinson t rusoe." a full-length movie; Feb. joe ami Penny Aronson, in "Folk Sonus for Children;" Mar 3 "The Mikado," l>\ the Gilbert and Sullivan Guild Ol Miami. Town Hall Forum Set Friday The People Speak. Miami Beach Town Hall Forum, will pn tan We Afford the Prici Peace?" on Friday evening, De< 7. Panelists will be I>r J. Ben Stalvey, ot the University of Miami Department ol Government; Henry E. Coleman, attorney and com mander, American Legion; and D> .lames T Tedeschl, of the University oi Miami Department of Payit's at the Roosevelt, holds"oveirT The Caplan brothers .Martin and .lack .have two big cane on opening day will be able New Young Adult Program cember. First. "Jumbo." which brings Martha Raye ,,, carrv his spring speed over the mile and 70-yard route, a panol %  screen, and co-stars Doris Daj and Jimmy Durante, to I TO tor the s,, iw" follows "Jumbo' in late December i a "The Longest Day," boasting 42 stars, including John Wayne, = til Buttons, Richard Burton Irlna Demich ther film debut) Richard rtymer, Paul Anka, etc., ar.d hailed as one of the greaest war films :• all time, unreels twice daily at the Lincoln. All seats are reserved •:Danyl F. Zanuck's giant production of the D-Day landings in : ance. newcomers to the Hud lid oval re looming as increasingly formidable threats. Ihe two are Live Oak Farm's Argentine-bred, Hob Hoy in. and Wesl Wind Farm'.four-year old son of Unbridled, Baggabee Rob Hoy III has won two of lus three Wometco's Thrif Tik-lt Book plan is popular with civic, fraternal is starts and. according to Duke religious organisations, aiding their fund-raising projects. Sydney carver, his trainer. bound • Levine is Wometco representativa for the plan. The adult tongue-in-cheek "Bocaccio 70" is this weeks tare at the nai lie, while "Shoot the Piano Player." French made feature with lish sub-titles, moveinto the Sunset and Mayfair. "A Bwingin' Evening with Tony Bennett," presented by Alan Sherr Production Associates 111 feature the nitery and recording star liami Beach Auditorium Dec. 14 and 13 direct from his -mash ess al i larnegie Hall. Peppermint Lounge on the 79th st Causeway highlights an action ..,.,, ,...ue. "Crazy Crazes,' singling out the dance fads ol last 30 rs topped b\ the twist Heal crazy. Two handfor dancing ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Coconut Grove's newest, and unique. Iuraat the Country Store, is open for luncheon from 11:30 to :). Hope, Robyn Tubin chapter, will hold itthird annual cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mac Kulick, 19421 NE 19th Ct., No. Miami Beach Cuban Newsman To be Speaker Temple Beth Am Brotherh •\'ll hold itmonthly breakfast Sunday, li a m in the Templi ditorium. Guest speaker will be Ml i ndaro, former news analyst Development ol a new program .:.. single adults will be the Havana and now commentator ol the meeting on Tin-ch. 10, who will discuss the i 8 p.m at the Miami V.MHA ..me ol the Cuban situation Branch of tinGreater Miami JewJoseph F Molien is Brotherh' i-h Community Center president to -how marked improvement inasmuch ahe is jusi now becoming accustomed to American equipment. Baggabee, an Illinois-bred train ed by Del W. ( arroll, -con | an impressive victory In the Sir Tribal Purse at Sportsman's Park on Nov. 16. coming from behind to win drawing away at <.'•' %  furloi City of Hope Porfy On Saturday. 9 p.m the City Of WKAT-FM • from 6 to 10 tor dinner Sundays, from noon to 11. and idosed Monday. spotted Helen and Bernie Baum enjoying the choice viands at tor Bidone'a DeContinental Char'es Reynard is the popular maitre d' at Miami'popalur top ian dining rendezvous Valenti's. Host Charles Valenti is also there grei; you and make you feel at home Foursome at Tony Sweet included industrialist Dumas Milner, ciate \'--^ Griffith and their wives Newesl addition to the Milner erprisi is the Trei resort on Great Abaco Island, opening' anuary The Bill Hinders, of Miami Beach were spotted at the Fireside. pn sidenl of Bindei Baldwin Piano Co. Calypso singer Sir Judson Smith in town for the weekend, wa Hofbrau House Jud opens Dec. 21 at the Royal Orleans Motel in mp, He recently closed a 12-week date at the Old Fiti House in -\ill i, Ky. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Only shop ol itkind i cription f the newly-opened Curio Shop 241 Malaga Ave., i D les Ed Robinson and Hill Bell havi moved their entire antique ection here from Pittsburgh to the new quarters jeny Kimhall's iporti shop, at NK First St and Second Ave., has hl '., varietj ol %  upment in the area, for everj member |u r rnily, at greatly prices. Kimhall's makeyour holiday I shopping .i cinch. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GRFATFST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial VMAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION D roqramming MORE LIVE Concerts' WKAT-FM



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iiJay. November 30, 1962 rJfnistiFkxridirir Pace 5-A Israel Opens Talks for Common Market Links IABJI H. LOUIS ROTTMAH )N CR RABBI ROTTMAN sivta Dinner Hear Noted >sh Yeshiva' i 300 persons arc exi ,i ihc second annual : High School scholar Sunday, 6 p.m al Hotel, according to mmittee chairman, Alex. ', •( o\ ilz : ii Louis Rottman, vice •.' and a founder of the which is in its second i full scale operation, will • i honor. Rabbi Rottman cited for "helping pioneer .. 5 ivta High School, the only Jewish senior high school rT Baltimore." The Mesivta Hebrew and academic Mr more than 30 students. \ibbi Rottman, a 19S4 grade Of Hebrew Theological Col| e of Chicago, has bean the %  •ritual leader af Beth Israel eno.ition for e : ght years. n| Mordecai Gifler, dean and Ves-hira" of the Rabbinical %  • of Tel she m Cleveland, I .t speaker. Baltimore, Gift i studied in Tel• i, prior to World War s a l iilmudic commentary has also published ation .mil r • ill speak on Jewish Education in the %  Ia< ques will be pre%  i founders %  i a remonies, Leo : honorary chairman, will i peninj greetings -•.udents af the Mesivta lake par! in addressing group. David Shapiro i r the invocation; Melvin icdiction; and Robert speaking on behalf of '(nt body ivta High School, located Normandy Isle, provides ing facilities for all stuf who attend on either • |om plots or partial scholarship. n.in of the arrangements ttee is Louis Pollack and con, Mrs Helen Berger. serving on the committee %  i Berger, Jerome BicnenKabbi Jonah Caplan, Abe Hyman (ialbui, Martin Gentry Croudan, Mrs. Philip Milton Kahn. Mrs. Harry Marvin Lipman. Dr. Irwin Itovsky, Harry Rosen. Harry erg, Murray Rosenberg. hachno, Jerry Schechter, ern, Morris WaUlman, and iss Continued from Page 1-A sion. Then the two sides, in the ibsencc of both Mr. Eshkol and Mr. Rev, got down to a working tession at which plans wore map Ded for further talks to get under way later. It had previously been indicated % hat. if the proposed Israeli link were to be cons : dered "item by Item." a total of more than 100 separate items would haw to be •xamincd, The afternoon meeting lecided to form several commit'ees which v ill look irto various ohasos of th i i rail nmblem. In the absence of Mr. Eshkol, Ihe Israel delegation was to be headed li> Amiel Na;ar, Israel's Ambassador tc both Belgium and the EEC. Mr, Eshkol was to return to Israel \\ edncsday. The strength ol Israel's delegation, and its all-encompassing character, was indicated by a breakdown showing that, among the members r>f t^c pi'inn who come bore with Mr. Eshkol, are ranking experts Irom Israel's Mint's of Finance Commerce and industry. Agriculture'; and Foreign Affairs. Prior to the morning meeting, Mr. Eshkol told a news conference that Israel would like an association with Euromart similar to that already granted to Greece. "We would press," he said, "for an arrangement that would enable us to sell our products ar.d services in Weste-n Europe. We do not exclude any possible association for reach'' .1 an arrangement with the Common Market." In rep!) to questions, Mr Eshkol declared that Israel will not ask for financial aid or subsidies "because, by row. Israel can rely on private investments to build its economy." He declined to discuss the possibility of Israel entering a customs union with the EEC. "Israel." he continued, "is confront .1 by a very serious problem. We must d"velop a modern economy, and have already embarked on large scale industrialization and development of our agriculture LCVI [SHKOi complex presentation at Brussels of the long-awaited i gotiatlons between Israel and tl %  European Economic Community foi a link between Israel and th %  European Common Market wa underscored in London b\ the 1 tentii n given the Brus t I s talks I 1 The Times oi London and the I 11 Times. "Britain's -i;.k-.in the negot. li.'n.' the Times of Lond >n stati tl reflected in the trade figur The 'nited Kingdom < xports to 1 rael I isl yi ar were over 27 000,0 I p unds sterling [$75 1 imports were 17,750.000 pounds si >rliug ($33 700.000 Bril tra new %  / per noted, 1 ankeel .!> I hind the United Stat< s as 1 :i ii porter from Israel and only behii tl Wesl Germany as a supplier Israel. which can give us the possibilitv of Cify oi Hope Party achieving the fundamentals of a ()| s llurd 9 pm tho Clt> ,. modern economy Israels populaKllbvn Tllbin t haptcr wU1 ..';;,';',!', r M \ bold its third annual cocktail party reach 3,000.000, a-d such a modh ((f flnd Mrs ^ aa ern economy is necessary. Kiilick, 19421 NL 19th Ct., No. The importance cl the opening ami Beach. Mo. Shore Slates 5E Lodge Party Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, a card part) Saturday • Temple Ner Tamid. • lay r\ 1 ning, follow ing r business meeting, a Israi 1 w ill be presented. r B. Labowitz is in charge 1 am, which will be held Washington Federal Savings \s-n n:i3 Normandy The Book for every occasion A Dac'.e Federal Savings account passbook, can bring many happy events into your life. It can make dreams ccme true ... a home of your own ... a college education for your children Iravel re'.iremcnt. And, it ccn be mighty handy for unexpacted emei. ciep, loo. Join the : ol tl rifty [c] :s re us 1 I 1 I :-il Savinos ac[oi -11 important or versions. Pc \s Federal Savings accounts opened or fun4 added o accounts en or befc e Dec. 20th will earn dividends from the fir.-t ci December. Current D.vidend Rate on Savin 1 Paid Quarterly '0 Per Annum Dado Federal Savings a< countare Insured to $10,000 by a permanent agency ol the Federal Government. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED UN) MILLION DOLIARS "One of (he Nolion's O/desf and largest" S ade Federal JCS <-J LOAN ASSOCIATION O* MIAMI lOSJfM M HMO*. 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Oewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY V oluma 35 — Number 48 Miami. Tlorida. Friday. November 30, 1962 Two Sections — Pr.:e 2C? Israel Opens Talks urope conomic Community Tie-Up DR. JOIN Si AW SON avoia'et, co..ipietery BRUSSELS JTA)—After preparations lasting more than ;i year, Israel and Ihc European Ec mic Comm' nit\ this wee* %  •' %  ^-••r\ formal and intricate negotiations lor the establishment ol a link between Israel and the six nation European Common Market. I,.'vi i. hk il Israel's Minista i ol Finance hcadin; a top-rankin delegation of 25 members, faced the EE( "s Council ol Ministers, the organizatii n' highest body, In an address lasting an li^ur n id a half, he put forth proposals lor solving the economic problems facing Israel as a result of the M SCHOOL mm IHTEWKW AJCommittee Charges 'Gap' In Totalitarianism Studies By Special Rtport "LADELPMA — The cxecuhca.l of a pioneer human rclaagency asserted here that I, oread "gaps" and "distor %  n.s" exist in courses on totalirlanism i" American high schools Iir. John Slawson, executive vice isidcnl of the American Jewish mittee, said that the subject I iscism is. in most instances. led complete!} Commun, stated, i> either %  •avoided" eated soley as an 'evil force' very little effort made to n its source-, methods and The Committee executive vice prsident pointed out that in America today there is a "semantic blurring of political ideologies which helps to confuse current issues." For example, "there is great confusion as to the stand of the 'true conservative the 'pseudo-conservative', the true liberal' and the psuedoliberal'." Common Market pact to which France, Italy, West Germany, The Neh ?rlands. Belgium and Luxembourg have a Ih T d. He a'so nr< posed tlie general lines along which, in Israel's opinion, tin alks should proceed. Ot'liniri Israel's t: r' 0 ri-' fi economic tarks, a-d Israel's close links with Western Europe. Wr. E'hWol requested "speedy" scletirn cf the problems facing Israel since the creation of the EEC, in view of the fact that the EEC countries form a major nrt of the lands to which Israel directs its experts. He told the ministers Israel would prefer to see its prob'ems treated on a "global basis," and rot "item by item." .lean Rey, the so-called "Foreign v nister" of the EEC, welcomed the Isra 1 delegation to the meeting at the highest level, and MIDEAST REALITIES URGE DECISION Pay for Hawks With Own Funds, Veterans' Commander Suggests The term "Marxism," he said, is used "to designate the Social Democrat.-, of Western Europe with whom we gel along amicably, as well as the Chinese Communists, v ho believe war with the I'.S. is inevitable." Even the word "dem!" !" Zx\ !" S&MtaS ? Vrabjtejmblic Syria, and Iraq ocracy" has lost the precise meaninit once had. Dr. Slawson Stated, By Special Report WASHINGTON — National Commander Morton London, of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., this week asked the Department ol State, in light of developments in India and Cuba, to facilitate Israel's acquisition of Hawk deli n-ive anti-aircraft missiles by permitting Israel to pay in local currency—Israeli pounds—just as India has now been permitted to paj tor arms in rupees. London, of Teaneck, N.J.. who returned last month from Israel, cited the menace to Israel by the continuing flow of Soviet jet bomb, rs and missiles to three Arab >tat s surrounding Israel, the Unitih.' Israelis alter the mornini Continued on Page S-A Hi ruled that UAB jet pilots and missile technicians are being trained by the Sine-Soviet bloc, a Dr. Slawson presented these findings at a press interview on "The Study of Totalitarianism in the American School System" held here in conjunction with the 42nd annual convention of the National Council for the Social Studies meeting at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel. The Council and the American Jewish Committee were coopera live participants in the initiation and publication of "Totalitarianism: New Perspective." by Prof. William Ebenstein. The book. pub. lished by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, is a guide tor social studies teachers. Dr Slawson said that "an underContinued on Page 2 A DURING VISIT IN ISRAEL Most of Bundestag Favors Diplomatic Ties With Israel JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The majority of Ihc members of th< West German Bundestag, lower house ol Bonn's Parliament, favor establishmci t "i diplomatic relations with Israel. Dr Eugen Gerstenmaier, president ol the Bundestag, declared lieu this week. He sail he discussed that issue fact 'hat figured in America's : %  i.-:.:i to sell the defensive H'Ic mi>sile to Israel. According to London, "The United States cannot expect Israel to be less appreftensi I ab.-ut a Soviet jet and miss"* build-up on her borders than e-if own nation is about the aggressive Soviet weapons provided fo Fidel Castro." He said tte "the UAR openly proclaims that they are preparing for the obstruction of Israel and are 0) vicusly being aided, trained, arc* equipped by the Soviet Union and its satellites." In a letter to the Secretar; ky and S. G. Skelnik. L. P. Wcizmann was sen 1 I to 15 years' imprisonment E same mass trial, at Lvov, K. M. Furman, the fourth Jew named, was Riven an 11 year term. Tlie Communist news 1 srphed all of the defendants as "wolves." The Guardian of Manchester reported at the same time about a l-


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, Paqe I2-B v.knitt fkrktinn Friday. November 30, 1962 O P E ALAN SHECTER Church • State Split at Religious Meet WASHINGTON' — (JTA) — Evi.ica; Herbert Berman, of New Conversing in his office in a -nil, Georgia drawl. Journalist Jack Kassewitz related Africa and India's internal problems with their uninformed citizenries "If the history oi the world during the past decade las shown one thing, it is that uninformed people have a terrible tune making democracj work." the 48v ear-old Sunday Editor of The Miami New suggested Kasscv itz sees I S n twspapers as plaj i a dominai t role in keeping American well informed. He is genuine and dedicated in the beliel that his newspaper "must inform, educate. Stimulate and assist." Kassewitl emphasizes the need for accuracy and integrity in reporting the news, and points out that when mistakes are made, they are corrected thr< igh letters to the editor and through follow up stories that give detail, depth and background to the news. Keeping himself and others well informed is more than just a job lor Kassewitz—it is a way of life. He is keenly interested in Dade county'educational system and speaks out against the tens of thousands ol parents who take no interest in t h el r children's schools. The need for youth to be wellinformed is a pet project for Kassewitz, and he's proud that over 25,000 children receive his newspaper at school without charge. Vmong other things, he believes Ihe new classes on Communism are a health) step toward enlightenment on current world problems. Kassewitz was president of his B'nai B'rith 1. dg< in Georgia he,\ a hington to join the stall Washington Tunes herald, now The Washington Poi He ialso a former president of the ''.real.'Miami Professional Chai S ma Delta Chi, the • nal ilisi fraternity, • i m ••who.Who in Jcwrj % %  s himself %  %  ..mi lers," that aa st. hi strengthm by com"Manllj The kej being well e, nations Prefers the Positive The Miami New is also home j. Birger, Us Busini -• I While reporting ..11 business m ws, whether favorable or not. Birger freely admits that he prefers to "accentuate the positive," which can help stimulate the contidenee so sorely needed for Dade county's economic progress. Happily married and a bogey weekend golfer. Birger owns a Bachelor of Arts degree from the U. of Miami and a Master's degree in journalism from Northwestern. (Heart is wnere cues home is. and he admits being saddened when Northwestern walloped .Miami in football last weekend.) In his capacity as president of Sigma Delta Chi here. Birger performed an important ser\ ice lor the nation's news media a few w eeks ago w hen he protested a remark by a high-ranking government official in Washington regarding the use of American newspapers as a diplomatic weapon. What of the Jack Paars among iiwho always criticize the American press? "I think our newspapers do a great Job," Larry says firmly, citing the commendation of The Miami News in Time Magazine two weeks ago. and suggesting that Paar stick to being more positively comical. Real Estate Reporting Reporting real estate, building and home news for Miami News readers is Real Estate Ediior Ben Schneider, who was celebrating his fiftieth birthday when we talked last Friday. Taking the optimistic view, Schneider parallels the present Miami picture with the economic growth pattern he witnessed in Los Angeles some 35 years ago. Although he foresees growth for Dade he anticipates no quick solutions of our serious housing surplus, for example, unless industrial growth creates more jobs ill the very near future. Brooklyn-born Schneider has been in journalism for over a quarter of a century. He served on the staff of The New York World Telegram for 14 years. writing at the City Desk and doing entertainment features for the paper He also did some news broadcasting for NBC before moving to Florida 13 years ago. Meeting the axiomatic journalism requirement of having a nose for news. Schneider is adept at keeping homeowners alert to trend-, ideas and happenings that affect what is in most cases his rea lers' biggest single asset— their homes With fellow editors Kassewitz and Birger, Schneider is helping keep Miami "a two newspaper city.'' About their highly commendable and admittedly formidable morning competition—in the near future. dance of deep divisions within American Orthodox J e w r y on church-state separation issues was revealed this week at the 64th anniversary biennial convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Four Orthodox lay leaders took part in discussion of church-state separation involving sectarian practices in public schools and the Issue of government aid to religious schools. They were i am V.-n.iy. Ol Chicago, secretary of the board of the Jewish University of AmerJWB Consultant Arrives to Assist Service Needs Irving Cheroff, ISO-Jewish Welfare Board consultant, arrived here this week to continue to serve the needs of military personnel in the Miami a"H "statewide areas. ~W Cheroff. w h o :omes from Fay jtteville, N. C. will be associated CHtKOff implemented for ei vi c e m e n at Homestead and }pa-Locka A I r Force Bases, as well as at other bases throughout Florida. Programs include rligioo* services for Jewish personnel; special activities, such as home and hospitality breakfasts; n6 special celebrations. The Greater Miami Armed Services Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board will act as ho-tess at these celebrations. Cheroff will make his headquarters here at the Miami USO. 337 NE 2nd Ave In Fayetteville. he worked closely with servicemen at Fort Bragg and Camp LeJeune. For his outstanding work in the field of community relations and armed forces activity, he was chosen "Man of the Year" at the 21st annual dinner of the Fayetteville B'nai B'rith, where he received a citation from his community in recognition of his life of dedicated service to young people. war period was "only ia its early stages." He said "its full impact and influence" were still to come, Rabbi Ralph Pelcovitz, former president of the Rabbinical Alliance of America, said the American synagogue needed "an elevation of standards, a higher level in all areas" of its program if it was to attract and hold the col. lege trained laymen who. be said. was becoming the "norm in synagogue membership. He addei thai 'mediocrity has too long >" n (he mark of the synagogue on levels. Rabbi Hans I. Grj-.nwald. spiritual leader of the H*riburg Jewish community, told |fc delegates he could see no pos %  bility for the survival of the Jwiih remnant in Germany. H< ,,ui the older generation of seme 25,000 Jews was now about W per cent of the Jewish pop.Nation there and that it was "rapidly dying out" With only a tandful of Jewish births each year in all of Germany, he added, "the deterioration of Jewish communal organization is ) ready much in evidence." Dr. Walter Duckat. sii| i >or ol the vocational guidance division ot munal fund leaders to provide fiNew York's Federation Employ, nancial aid to such schools. ment and Vocational Sen ice, Avraham Harman, Israel's Amit was "shocking'' that '"so fev. ol bassador to the United States, told our well-qualified Jewish youth !< the delegates that "the extraordiled careers arabbis. Jewish edunary revival of Judaism in Israel cators. social workers and Other and the United States" in the postJewish communal vocati.York, secretary of the Synagogue Council of America, and also of the IOJCA; Reuben E. Gross, of New York, a IOJCA national board member; and Samuel Brennglass, of New York, a I'OJCA vice president. Vishny, Berman and Brennglass strongly endorsed the June Supreme Court decision banning the recitation in New York state public schools of • Regents Prayer. They agreed that the high court's endorsement of the church-state separation principle was vital to continued reliqious freedom in this country. Gross, however, said that the doctrine of separation had become for some Jews "a slogan of escape from the need for Jewish identification." Berman warned his Orthodox colleagues who favor federal aid le religious schools that this was a stand based on "expediency" and that the Orthodox Jewish community should not. by seeking federal funds for its network of day with the proschools, sacrifice "principle for fizrami now being nancial assistance." Brennglass. supporting this, said Orthodox Jews should instead ask Jewish comStudents Will Elect Officers Newly-elected Student CongregaBookman. Laura Solomon. Ira Ray tion officers of Beth Torah will be Sturman. Elaine Mintz, Mark Is-talled at late services on Frisenberg. Barry Rosenbluth, Richday evening, with Rabbi Max A a rd Kilde, Robert Feinstein and Lipschitz conducting BXXTX Lew New slate is headed by Richard Kagan and Mark Haddad. rabbi; Sandy Languor, gabbai; Gilbert EiSOnberg, Haul Herman. Rus-ell K.^an. Richard Katzman, Richard Kaufman, shamash; Michael Friedman, religious chairman. Alternates are Jimmy Elterman, Marc Blauhut. Larry Zuckerman and Linda Hill. Richard Roland, president; Steven Shantzis, Vice president; Leslie Falke. treasurer; Emily Hess, Cheryl Stuard, Eddie Wacks, secretary; [lean Cohen. Jackie Kirsch %  iib.mm. Sharon Leopold, Sharon R< --. Rob* rta Shacter, hostesses, Members of the board ot dirccti iare David Tenenbaum, Bar i Lehman, Larry Burrows, Linda Silverman. Susan Goldman. Brian Abrams, Robert Levy, Robin Tobias, Mar) Shusterman, Randy Greenberg Judith Wishneff, Karen K.u,de!! Samuel Snyder, Herb ScUmell Sandra Jackson. Fllen '•bcig. Benna Solomon. Helen USY Officers To be Installed Late evening services this Friday at Temple Zion will be conducte l b> the United Synagogue Youth group, followed by installation of new officerRabbi Alfred Waxman will con. duct the ceremony installing Ter rj Grossman, president; Paul Levice president; Pat Jaffe. corresponding secretary; Ruth Stern, recording secretarj Sharon Shavin. treasurer; and Jan Ledei man. chaplain Oneg Shabbat host will be the USY. Seville Hotel Is Redecorated The Seville Hotel, on the ocean at 29th St.. Miami Beach, has undergone a complete refurbishing and redecoration. it was announced by the owner management team of Ted Kipnis and Arthur M. Lowell. All of the hotel's 300 air-conditioned rooms and suites have been completely re.lecorated. Tones of gold, lavender and blue were the prevailing colors used by interior designer Arnold Avedon to enhance the decor of the rooms. "Each room in the Seville Hotel oflers and unobstructed view of panoramic beauty, and is equipped with radio, TV and muzak," they declared. The main lobby, as well as the Castanet Lounge and Valencia Room, was completely redesigned in keeping with the Spanish motif of the Seville. Draperies, rugs and accessories have been improved to provide new and former guests "with an even more luxurious background for fun" Convention facilities are available to accommodate groups of all sizes. The complete refurbishing and redocatrion program will be completed in time to usher in the fall and '•* inter season — S T Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulav' s of the entire, community. Phi Beta Kappa Unit i -il.i Gamma Assn of Phi a-ill 'lie. • T II • lay, 8 m the Lecture Hall ol Richter Library on the main campus oi til:' University of Miami. Prof Carl M Selle, president, said that Dr Henry King Stanford, prc-i dent of the L'niversity of Miami. will be guest speaker. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON SBVISI m L'.V.i fl



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November 30, 1962 "Jewlsfithrid Fage 3-B > 2-G Branch W-!l Hear Spsc ker : i i • pei il mi Hie Farband 12 Washi n Ave %  \i ir, chairman, will pre'<• program dedicated to Hisladrul activities i esl speaker will be Osip Zolli subject is "Histadrut in Israel." Program of musical numbers will feature Miss Carol Donn • I cf. ... -^m UfH LOOKS TO THE FUTURE THROUGH MIZRACHI. (rida Chapter of Mlzrachi Women in Heart and Soul' Conference Here >ion ci the Mizrachi ol its extraordinarj record over nization "f America the past 37 years," according to •annual conference on Mrs Ely Resnikoff, newly-elected i Tuesday, Dec. u> and national president of Mizrachi. I ontainebleau Htc Panel Show Set At Mount Sinai "Wh it's My Service?" an edu:il panel -how, will highlight the program of the semi-annual mei ting ol the Women's Auxiliary ol Ml Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami on Ifridaj morning, Dec. 7, m a.m in Wolfson Auditorium of i!u' hospital Comprising Jackie Pierce the panel will be public service dior "i the gathering londay evening, 8 p.m., test reports from Isral ti' nds in religious of the conference is : soul on Tuesday, si ssions will begin at 9 .i plenary workshop. A n .ii noon will feature • si speakers and a cananization can be proud iior Citizens hority Slated .in M Maxwell, consult%  Hi < enters r -enior citi/ons B< National Council on the '. York City, is conducteminar on senior citizens', rhursdaj and Friday %  minar, planned by Senior %  i-. in (ooperation with >;.ite Uni< ersity, also inDavid I. Levine, proIOOI of Social Welfare, c ,1 session, open to inter/ens it! the community. Development oi Senior enters and their Hole in unity." v.,ito be held on evening in Room 272, e Bld 1350 NW 12th • tcers from the Nalion I JeM i-h Women, who e centers, were to par ter c "NO one who has visited Mizrachi projectin Israel can fail to be (lecph impressed with what the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America has accomplished. There ia need tor extension of our services in Israel, and like all dynamic organizations which serve to keep pace with a dynamic Israel, we see endless opportunities for i .ither service Mizrachi projects in Israel, to be discussed at the Florida regional conference here, include Youth Ali> ;ih. which provides academic, teligious, vocational, and agricultural training, as well as social service, for some 5.000 children in Mizrachi homeand institutions throughout the Jewish state. •The annual Florida conference will implement the great and positive work we have achieved as an mi.anization in behalf of Israel," according to Mrs Alfred Stone. 1 11 rdinator here "We are heart and soul in our work for the youth i't the state of Israel, in whose hands rests the future of the ate." chapter conference chairmen in charge ol reservations for the hi'.i heon and .sessionare: Aviva Chapter, Mrs Fred Uosenzweig, Mrs. Nathan Zeichner, president; Dov, Mrs Max Newberger, Mrs. Louis Tokayer, president; Hatikvah, Mrs Emma Rattner. MrJacob KatZ. president; Kinnerei. MrAlvin Levinson. Mrs Donald Shrager. president; Miami Beach chapter. Mrs. Ethel ". Mrs. Louis Lustig, secretary, and MrPauline Grand. erg, honorary president. rector ol WTVJ; Adelita L. Quo jfldo, executive director of the Miami Heart \-sii : Hank Meyer, public relationauthority and trustee oi Mt Sinai Hospital: and Kenneth oka. Miami Beach Mayor Members of the auxiliary, representing the departments of the auxiliary, will serve as contestants. Mrs. Harry B. Smith, program chairman, will act as moderator. Mrs A. Herbert Mathes is president ol the Women's Auxiliary of Mt Sinai Hospital Mrs. Arthur Burrell is chairman of the day. Serving on her committee are Mrs. Louis G. Lytton and Mrs. Lewis Capland, in charge of arrangements; decorations. Mrs. Harry Moscoe; hostesses. Mrs. Jay Siege! Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid, and Mrs. Ben L. Fabric, chairman, look over the book which Rabbi Labovitz will discuss in the second of a series of annual book reviews sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid. The review 13 scheduled for Monday evening, Dec. 17, and will fecture "Guns of August," by Barbara W. Tuchman. South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • 163rd ST. • FT. IAUDERDALE • WEST PALM BEACH • BEAUTIFUL NEW DAOELAND Cast Call Set At Menorah Temple Menorah Sisterhood will have a cast call lor a musical production written and directed by Trixie Levin on Wednesday and Thursday, S p.m., in the Social Hall. Mrs, Kay Morse, Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Cele Stern, business manager of the production, invite members of the Sisterhood and the congregation to try out ior parts icon in honor of Miss rd Dr Levine will he ii Malcolm Ross Hay Cenlay noon. fund Raising Affair Fust fund-raising affair for B'nai B'rith Women. Miami Beach Chapter, will be a luncheon and card party on Wednesday noon at the Bel Aire Hotel Reservations chairmen are Mr-. Evelyn Isaak and Mrs. Al Wolosh, ejkty^J^* HO-RS 10-5:30 One of the Finest Collections of Antiques Ever Shown in Florida Ctor %  beginner I truly %  antique*. 247 Malaga Avenue, Coral Gables 444-7234 Between Ponce de leon & leJeune Rd South of Miracle Mile l\:.h< •' ,.'. 193 ) Formerly 1 1 5th Avenue Pittsburgh WOMEN WANTED TO MAKE KNISHES-BUNTZES-PIROGEN CHOPPED LIVER-CHOPPED HERRING ^JST HAVE COMPLETE "KNOW HO V" AMD FURNISH SAMPLES WHEN APPLYING FOR POSITIONS CALL "KAPPY" AT Mill | **CA\ FOR APPOINTMENT IflU l"JJ l tl Seashore Food Products V^V^VVVVVVVyVVVVSVA^W^^^*A>>^MrWr>rVS*V ^ UUlU TETLEY TEA Beth David Sisterhood Beth David Congregation Sisterhood will hold a hoard meeting next Wednesday at 9.30 am. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It is your protection against imitations-your guarantee of excellence in flavor, texture and quality. Look for the word •Switzerland" on th. Swiss Cheese you buy ...chunk or shed... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland INSTANT OR IN BAGS NtW —motel Iced tea w<"> tap wafer. Tetley has that full, wonder. ful "tiny little tea leaf flavor". A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837



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friday. November 30, 1962 &'*#• flmrSHlS^ri Page 15 •' JACKBOOT ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDED JORDAN AND HIS HENCHMEN Recollections of a Nazi Trial in the Old Bailey Fy SAMUEL J. GOLDSMITH : .„,. „,,,,,,, bj jf „„, ;|u „ wj|g ^ ^ offenge ^ i \DON (JTA) During the : and zl >n ''•" tthc gas used ,„ ... y that the ews ought to go back •ol Ihe trial i.i Colin Jor[he v.ambers) and -Mew(u their own country Bui this is his four lieutenants, the There is no garden at all a matter lor Parliament. i i his four lieutenants, the m the well ol Court Number : 'he site of the building. A local i the Old Bailey was crowded shopfc eper said on oath thai Tynph itographs of Hitler and ( '-"i had bought from him throe her, steel-helmets, jackboi.s, 'ins til the weedkiller. %  ;,..-. tield telephone equip_, The news editor of Ihe "People," a Sunday paper and the s'able companion of The Daily Htralrf, was a w : fr,ess. The ac cused tried to show that a series of remarkable photos in the "Pecple" showing the Naris in training and in their cellar drinking beer (shades of the Munich Beer Cellar), were supplied by a former Nazi who had left the movement. But be that as it may —ard there is no blame attached to a paper buying photos—the prosecutor put great store on the photos. Mr Justice Barry said in summing up thai the attitude of the defendants that Jews should bo sent to their own country, as they put i!. is n.>; illegal in the present state of tho law. The jury would have to answer the questions, whether Spearhead wanted to promote a po litical object with force, and wheth i and similar paraphernalia i used woro Colin Jordan. 3 # Tyn all, 28, Don, Pino. L>:f. i Kerr-Ritchie, 12. They charged with organizing, ng and equipping an organin called Spearhead, "to use or laj force in oidor to promote lical objects;" and of organizSpoarhoad "in a manner to isc reasonable apprehension in r persons." They pleaded not and conducted their own dor—quite skilfully, lot it ho ail' i (I. -tuff on the table was found he headquarters ol Ihe National lalist Movement in West Lonof which Spearhead was a il elite corps. Jordan, an exolmaster, was the leader of \>M and of Spearhead lie • been an organizer with the u of Empire Loyalists. In to, ho formed the White Hot. use As the trial drew to a close, tho National Socialist Movement %  ssued details of an agreement between George Rockwell, the American Naxi leader, and Jordar. Rockwell was here in August, and promptly deported by the Home Oifice, but ihey seem to have managed to agree as follows: In the event cf Jordan going to prison Rockwell takes over the international leadership. The objectives of the agreement are to form an international machinery to "combat and utterly destroy the international JewishCommunist and Zionist apparatus of treason and subversion." people tend to make comparisons with Hitler at the Lansberg Fortress. However, England of today i; nc; Germany of the Weimer Republic And Hitler was sent to prison after a Putsch, in which he hac* marched through the streets of Munich s : de by siie with Fieldmarshal von Ludendorf. That Hitler ran away as soon as the police had opened fire ard old Ludendorf marched on, is another matter. They were in it together, originally. It is as if Colin Jordan had marched through Birmingham side by side with Fieldmarshal Lord Montgomery. Marx has said that historj does repeat itself, but the first time it is a tragedy, second time a farce. This does not mean. ol course, that Fascism and Nazism should not be fought. But there is no need to exaggerate their menace in England, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW s. ITI .. ii I • \ i :N 'l ^. 'i rit-i %  • i HXkll.M. WIXIM >\V ItKI'AIH SI vii'!•:. .ii -iin s^ ii"'' Ti i ici. ill., i, i e with t Circuit L'uurl ol D I, riol Ida I ,:.v ItllSKXIJKRO Sul. Owner KKSSI.I 111 S ; \ KM W I -' There are also points in the agreement about the division of the world into white and black areas. Another point says that it is aimed "to find and accomplish on a worldwide scale a .just and final settlement of the Jewish problem." Point seven says: "No organization ,,.,.• ...|-il|. II Pi. Ihlltt"!!ll.illi. ol m individual failing to acknowledge m ,„.|,MTI.IA.WK ul IR'I clllm. tho spiritual loader-hip of Adolf Hitler and the fact that we are NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XliTN'K IS IIKIIKI'.V <:i\ KM t' h II. ,i. iii -ii Ins I., engagi n ., uiidi r Ih.i fictitious name %  ,|>| .. \l. MSi OCX r I'BSTgW ••-.:•.. %  s.K. Flrnt Street, Mi:.no. Florli fnii n.i in i I '• i •.I'll" with 1 cieik "i ii>. ''Irciill Court ol D Klurldn. i, .|||N HIT.; %  • i-MrANl No. J, ., i lori.lu ...i|.' ration KiiVNKII •• %  MANNHK1.MKR \II..III,\. foi WuHhiiiKton Drug : '"' N "' II S3-30 a IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COll : IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 57435 In UK: Bftate of Iteoi wned NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditor* and All !'• JMOM H %  Ins ClalniH ..i Demands Agal Kxlate: y„ u uri in i. bj t %  • t ii" • i and requ ; • LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW \. i il. i: is HKItKKY lilVKX thai ill.mi. i. i mi< 'I. ili l. i iwaifi in iin. iinl. tin il.iiil.Minum. ..v I HO %  -h which merged with the IT the organization could have made National Socialists shall be admit National Tarty. In 1961, ,t rdan formed the National SocialMovement Spearhead members were to be men between 16 ar.d 45, "of Nordic type, with a basic understanding of racial and nationalism." They were supposed to be true successors of the German Stormtroopers. They were advised to acquire a reproduction of a portrait of Streicher—"a must for your home." the people apprehensive. Alter one hundre.1 minutes, tho jury of ten men and two women answered "no" to the first count and "yes" to the second. Colin Joi dan was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment; Tyndall to six months; and Kerr Ritchie and Piric to three months each. The judge refused bail until an appeal will be heard. From tho trial it seems that those ivho claim tho PuuilC Order Act of 1936 is not adequate and ought to ho amended, are right after all. For. it seems it is not an offense lo incite to hate people because of their color, race or creed, as OOks and paintings. ,,,„„ „ th< n js nQ actlla n8U t|ng ar threatening behavior. The Judgt dropped a hint about this gap when he said that in the present state T) niiall too bad once been a n ember of tho League of Kinpire : oyalists, but found them too tame. Kerr-Ritchie was once convicted for '.iproprialin \ttor coming out ol jail ho work aa clerk at the Automobile Vssociation, but was dismissed relly, Pirie left the RAF before pleting his military service and drifting without employment until the trial. rhese then were the accused trial was British justice at its The accused were given opportunity lo question the %  sses of thi prosecution and to oena their own witnesses lid not, however, succeed in Sir Barnetl Janner. Presi. ol the Hoard ol Deputies ol h Jews; the judge held that H rnetl coul i not contribute the trial it tran*pired that lice ;; '' ar ol '• ad seven tins ol sodium ite, a -iii>; am e used as %  > ill< i but i isilj e •'• ertible an explosive, bj adding ted to membership." How many wore actually admitted is not known, but it is known tha,t only 18 men were spotted drilling, and that there were no more than a couple of dozen at the summer camp in the Cotswolds, and this ligure included some wives and children. It i-. also known that Tyndall had written to a colonel in the United Arab Republic, asking for 15.000 pounds (sterling) to set up a broadcasting station on the Thames Estuary, but received no reply. At least, no trace of an answer was found. The Arabs don't seem to set much store by the opposition of the British Nazi to Zionism. Now Jordan and his three closest collaborators are out of jail for the present. Not unnaturally. .1-1..i i.i.. il.t i %  Hi. >'i. ik i.f HI. i ii, ii Court l l M'l. Flu .la .'!> I'KI! UltrCKKIt l.KSTKK \VI:IM:I: M ii is in. \y.i:i: An..i ii. \ for \il'i. III -.'. \l I lit I I .. ;.. I, I II :.". 12 7-1 I-:" lv Cci ii Hi..""i ''--1• ounty, ,,., „ .,,,,, K hl calendar months fr. Ihi .i.ii. -I ih. flrxl irablloatlon MM ,. „„. .,„,. lil l. barred. SAI'l-.l.l.K HOUDNBR Aclllllntxtl ;.'i Is ,• V1HKN ft ItOTHKNUERQ \ii. ,-n. j K • %  .,.-, i ;iH) in Hulldlng Miami 12, Kl n lla 11 23-30—12/7'. Art Theatres List Film Fare Growing Old Gracefully "How to Grow Old Gracefully" was to be the topic of a talk by "Boccaccio 70" will open Friday Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, before the Slimnastic Club, on the 10th stt. beach, Thursday morning, 9 a.m. Tifereth Israel Hebrew Class Temple Tifereth Israel has format the Normandie Art Theatre ihe film features "The Raff'*" starring Sophia Loren; "The Job." with Rom) Schneider; and "Temptation of Dr. Antonio. starring Anita Ekberg "White slave ship," featuring Pier Angeli and Edmund Purdom. opens Fridaj at Wometco's Essex, Town. North Dado Drive-In, Boulevard Drive-In, and 27th Ave. Driveul an adult Hebrew instruction ln Theatre-. class which meets every Tuesday •Cleo from 5 to 7." opens Wedevening, 8 p.m in the social hall %  %  Dec 5, at Wometco's May65 0 \ Mian i ave., fair and Sunset Art Theatre-. The Rahbi film, exploring the meaning arc open to men and worn time, stars Corinni Marchand. '"• .la sewing and handici ss, which meets i ach Tuesd a.m., in the social hall. Vrticles made will be s01d ,.i r to be held at the Tern is Genpie next Purim. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941 File AA-20875 SOTICK IS flKHEin illVI'.N Hi.ii I: I.. r City of Hi;. I. .ili Tux Sali' •'• • i.' %  ..-. N % %  M" IBWU .1 the May, A.l>. lsr.S, h fill I -: in. 111 .n\ iiffloo. and ha madi np-, %  .; %  1 %  %  11 f..i ;i lax .!• %  .. I Ui !•. I. Ih. n mi Sa •' i'. rl II Ii .'• en 111. follow inu il. -. riln .1 i.i %  •• .Tiy in tin mini) "i I '.i.I. si..t. ,.i i-1... Ida, l..-\vii l...i iv... I, I2ti, Hlal.ah ITth A.Lin And I'lal Hook -': Pan. 9, >' %  %  11--n ,, i ; South, R ini' Km. |i tin Chi of HIH Irnli, Cuiint.v of i'..... Sial. .'i l'i"' Ma Til. --. --i.i. In .1 -... %  un Intin nan In Ihi nil lie "!. < > %  •'•. I.. .\ \. I ul. -s -ai.l • %  run. MI. shall '•• I. I,. nil a i. %  •• %  till u lo law, ih. erl> .l.-s. : Ii.. 'i%  .iii will hi" .-..1.1 to in. IIIKIUHI ii.ul. i ..i llic I'ouri lion-.ihair .n ih. Ilim Moiidaj in Mi. Hi ..r January, I96S, nlik-h iIh. Till da> of Jaiiuno ISS3. I iato.1 (iii.s :'.;iii da) ol Noi %  mhi i i: It. I.ICATHKIIM \N. i. k of cii ili Court, l >al. i"...iniv Imi Ida is.ah it) Ii \i. I.I:I:IM:I: I'. I'.n \ i 'Ii rk i i :.". IL' 7-: i-:'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57634-C IN BE Kutati • VUMIA BORROW 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS p., KV Crfditor, in v.i i • rin M. .,,._ cialnm or IVn and* Against • l: \,'.;;'.,i. Iur.l.j i nd quired lo or> % % %  ii"S claim* and d ,.,,, ,,i,i.-ii H.H maj hu\e .ii-"i under the dilarrv It Wernick. Kahn Buys Aiifo Dealership !' ml Ini Bra | ,: • chised dealer Highwa) and | 5V '' %  '; Burton S Kahn fi i m< r pn -idem o| the Greater Mi imi Automobile Dealers Assn and pioneer Dade count) resident, is i resident ot the new dealership Gli NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File A A-2:868 Nil I'll I-: IS MKKKBY CilVKN thai I'.. i llor-kln In Id. ol I "lt> of H rax Sal. Ci-rill Ii No 1 •" lx| I. .1 Ihe 2 n.i' f >laj V.H I ; -|. Ii.'s lll.-.l mini. In in; • ml 1 %  II.II ..;.pii-.it Ion lax -I lo hi i. -II.-. I i h. %  .n Si • in %  % %  %  Ih. i i ol Unde, Ml Ii of %  l.ol %  • Itook 23 I ti 7. l'i l|) IS arli. 11 the Cl Si a i. Il %  The %  >|M il> in III. I. I ,... leate shall he r. ." %  ;> .|. s II I .1.1 |o [he 1 %  Monday III ihe 1 ih. i %  \ :,,,. of Mi.-liv BOBROV ,.,,, .., iw.1, County. Ftorlc ,,, ihi Count; Judu of Dadc < ou ,, .,.i the Uk In %  • If "in. ii, ihe Count) • • in u writbln *\x calendi. „„,„ii,from Hi.un. "I '1' "' puhlleation hereof, or lh< same bi I.' ed. „. K3THKR BOBR' rW \VdmlnlslrHtHx of tlu W"t .,r MISII \ B< iBRi >\V, %  !. ceauct l... • iffleea of I.I-;. INARI* II Wi '11Hi : i., v | M I '. Cohi ii, Attorney vdn : !-" %  •' I ISO S.W I'' Suit. il %/ig. 28 -30,K7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR" ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394B IN in: '%  % % %  of \ STKINMKTZ .,-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tl \n ii i All IN IS...HS Ha • Inn iiiiniM or DemandH A gains! a i \ ,,!,.:. h) nol fled and r .ini .%  lo "v. s. iii ;.n> clalma and %  '" %  h "" ""' .'W.,•;£;"' %  f ROMA STI'INMKTV. .1 ,-. .1 late of I I Coll •'. II'Tin ,,, ihe Co intj i at -• ol I lade Cou n -,-i.i file tin -..in. >i dupll< ate ai In s. I. PTortdi .. in ili. n %  • the oui %  lv c i thotim in l --> %  % % %  County, Flo liln -i' iil.ndar month! flri-i |i iblli atlon hei • i.. barred. ; ,i \l ami. Kim "•'• thi I. \ r. A.H I:I II %  s %  \!: II rlx ItAltOl r. ti-lK x .,-•.-;, / II ii r i • I MKI1MAN. 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F; ge 3-A +Je*isWcrkte*r Friday, November 30. 1962 Near Million Home of Aged Expansion Set i Groundbreaking to Take Place Sunday Afternocs? 1,000 Expected to Attend "Tiree outstanding leaders of the Jewish Home Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president, and •jr the Aged develop plans for achieving the chciiman oi the building campaign, and : ui'.ding campaign goal of S800.000. Left to J.idge Irving Cypen, president. %  gh! are Col. Jacob M. Arvey, vice president. ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS A TRIUMPH OF UTILITY Exciting New Facilities Will Add Two Floors and 120 Beds to Home Some 1.000 persons through juth Florida are expected to attend the groundbreaking cerenonies Sunday for the nearly SI iilliuo expansion program at the ewish Home for the Aged here. I. S. Loewenberg. of Chicago, rchitect is the foremost deigner of institutions for the ged in the nation. He is vice ..resident of the Council of Jew>h Federations and Welfare :, unds. on the board of the National Council on the Aging, and armer chairman of the commun'y planning committee of the Chiago Jewish Federation, lrvin Korach. of Smith and Corach. Miami, associate arCh;cct. is noted also for his nstitutional work. Smith and Korach have been the architects or Mt. Sinai Hospital. Cedars of Ix-banon. and are now designing ne new Veterans Hospital. Groundbreaking Sunday will ave the way to boost the Home's present l05-be capacity to a much-needed 225 beds here. Other architectural highlights included in the new expansion program are: • The present one-story Ablin Memorial is to be lengthened eastward toward NE 2n*d ave., by 120 feet, making for a complete, overall length of 385 feet. The first floor of the new addition will house the new lobby and administrative office, as well as a geriatric library and meeting room. • Two additional floors are being built for the entire new overall length of 385 feet. • The present one-story Ablin Memorial has 16.000 square feet. The expansion will add 47,000 square feet for a total of 63.000 feet • The building will be fire proof throughout, and there will 18 PERSONS TO BE PRESENTED 17th Annual Meeting Wiii Elect Members of Board be the additional safeguard of a sprinkler system. • There will be reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout. • There will be two passenger and one service elevators. • The second and third floors each will have a total of 59 beds, with 23 beds in private rooms, 32 in 16 semi-private rooms, and one four-bed ward, • There will be an audiovisual system operating between all rooms and the nurses stations, and there will be provision for oxygen in each room. • There will be two nurses stations, three recreation and TV rooms, a dining mom and diet kitchen, and a sun porch on the second and third floors. • All windows throughout the three-story building will have aluminum solar shades, which Continued en Pagt 10 A Ccnt'nued from F,?c 1-A man of the meeting, said rhis is an histi rii event for the Home and the community." Cypen continued, "because of the unrelenting pressures for additional i e ; ue to the 65 and over popu%  explosion is South Florida." In addition to doubling the number ol beds, the plans profor greatly enlarged facilities and services Not only will physical therapy and other presently-existing rehabilitative ser vices be expanded considerably, but the enlarged Ablin Memorial w ill also house a completely nou and fully-equipped occupational therapy porgram. •Through medically prescribed work and under the supervision of a trained occupational therapist, this new rehabilitative service will be invaluable in our program of restoration of the selfhelp capacities of the handicapped residents of Douglas Gardens.'" Judge Cypen added • What a triumph and what a joj to see our incapacitated residents, alter months and months of painful and courageous Struggle, begin slowly to walk again. dress again, feed themselves again, wash and bathe themselves again and. in some instances, 'graduate' trom the intensive care provided in the Ablin Memorial to semior fullyin.!ependent living in a private room of the beautiful pavilions. We are zealously striving to truly become "The Home for Beginning Again' for our 70. 80 and 9o yearold residents." Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president of the Home, and chairman of the jouit JHA Federation Building campaign committee, praised the generosity of members of the community on behalf of the Homes goal of $800,000. which has not yet been fully achieved. He made special mention of Mr and Mrs Louis Bresler. Mr. and Mrs Sam Host, and Mr and Mrs Sam Klpnis '"for their pioneering generosity." all oi whom will be among those honored by the naming of special facilities in recognition of their dedication. "We are extremely thankful to them and many others lor their osit) on l %  < I Hi me," \ e; er said, "at also hearti ned I > the r the community, which some 90 persons, has 11 o\ er $600,000 lo our dev i IT. gram Mr and Mrs, Mi: r selves respons ble for a ting gifc with which thej t.r > ed the drive toward thi $j goal In additon, other lead r campaign are Mrs .1 ... Sidney Ansin, Col. Jacob \ vey, Stanley M Beckermai Bresler, Judge Cypen, Da Fleeman, Stanley (.'. Myers id Phillips and Jack Popu David B Fleeman. vic< c^ ea i/c r *^J~t c r i< cV %  | i ** I w 4 •** sW jfA : f^Sr^ ..Ww > •L JKffS. JACK ABUN ktnttoc!* dint and chairman of the Ing committee, emphasized the intensive planning procet*" in which the members of the build nig committee, staff, residents of the Home and the architects had engaged. "All of us.' Fleeman slated, labored for main days and weeks as never befori the past 18 months, devi Continued en Pa 11-A Judge Harold B. Spaet. chairlan of the Jewish Home for the Aged nominating committee. Wednesday announced that a slate %  if 18 persons will be presented or election to the board at the %  nnual meeting this Sunday after noon at Douglas Gardens. Renominated for three-year ermi are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Ed.vard L. Cowan. Martin Fine. Dr ;eor^e Graham. Mrs. Trudy •iammerschlag, Benjamin N Kane. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. Bella Kozloff, Barney B Lee. >Irs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Joel •>!eyer, Benjamin Meyers, David Phillips, Joseph Post and Lee •tuwitch New nominees are Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch, Leo Rose, Ir., and Dr. Celia Wohl. Remaining on the board with .nexpired terms are Mrs. Jack Ablin. Leo Allen. Harry Altman. Col J. M Arvey. Mr. and Mrs, Stanley M Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Louis Bresler, Judge Irving Cypen. Mr.Frances Entine, David B Fleeman. Melvm I. Green. Sam J. Heiman, Mrs. Herman Jacobs, lrvin Korach, Irving Kossoff, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Louis Makovskj. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs Anna B Meyer-. Mrs. Jack Morgenstern, Mrs. Darid Phillips. Jack Popick. Sam Resnick. Mrs. Sam Host. Mrs. Ben Schick, MrSam Server. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. Mrs. Sol Silverman, Judge Harold B. Spaet, Dr. Jess Spirer. Mrs. Barthold Strauss, Julian Weinkle and Mrs Sidney Weintraub. In ad.iiton to Spaet, other members of the nominating committee are Louis Bresler, lrvin Korach, Jack Popick. Mrs Sol Silverman, and Dr Jess Spirer. Jewish Home for the Aged leaders and architects examine artist's rendering of expanded Ablin Memorial building for which groundbreaking is taking place this Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Sam Reenick, co-chairman, building committee; Louis Bresler. campaign leader and largest contributor; lrvin Korach, ol Smith and Korach. Miami. assc:iate architects; L S. Loewenberg, ol Loewenberg and Loewenberg, Chicago, architect; and Baron de Hiisch Meyer, vice president of ine Home, and chairman of the Home's building cempaign. J


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Tage 10-A fJenist ncridfistjn Friday, November 30, 1962 Federation Plays Big Role in Assisting New Welfare Program Here Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, this week declared thai he has "many good reasons to be proud of the groundbreaking ceremonies taking place this Sunday as part of the Jewish Home for the Aged expansion program. ••First. I am prou:l that the Jewish Home for the Aged is a Federation agency, which will be not only the largest nonprofit Aged Home in Florida, but which is an institution that has been cited for outstanding care and deyotion to the aged Lefcourt painted out that Federation and the Jewish Home for the Aged jointly planned the improvement program and helped to meet, organize and carry the provisions for expansion also had to be approved—even at that earl) date. The fruition oi this long-range planning, through the joint cooperation ol I ration and the development committee ol the Jewish Home, will be clearly illustrated by Sunday's groundbreaking." Federation's leaders, including Mn president. Judge Irving Open, who is president of the Home, worked closely with Baron de Hirsch .Meyer and the developmenl committee in all aspects of planning and financing the Ablin Memorial expansion. S u n d a y s groundbreaking marks one of the initial Steps for development by Federation and ii-communal organisation Leaders cf the Jewish Home for the Aged meet with architects and representatives of state government to finalize plans and determine construction schedule. Seated (left to right) are Gene Page, Florida Hospital Construction Department, Tallahassee; Sam Resnick. cochairman of the Home's building committee; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president and chairman of building fund campaign; I. S. Loewenberg. Chicago. Standing (left to i are Henry J. Nelson, engineer; Louis Bros'.'.•:. board member and largest contributor tc the building campaign: Maurice Pearlstein. Home executive director; David Phillips, vice president; Melvin L. Green and Harry Ah board members and members of the building committee; and Irvin Korach, of Smith and Korach, Miami, associate architects. out the successful capital fund to meet the needs of men, wornexpansion *' and children in the Greater ••The tangible results of more Miami community. modern and expanded facilities, "From the original plan to helping to serve more people in carr) out the successful drive, our communit) and pioneer in and through a study of the needs programs in its field, illustrates ol the communit) and the needs HAILS COMMUNITY'S DIVOT ION AND SUPPORT Judge Cypen Greets Community, Urges Area-Wide Attendance at Sunday Fete ore ol ".< most important reav h; Federation is the strong I organization <>t the Jew ish community and sei ve as ] for meet. %  are ncl our neigh lies." Lefi %  'i i the Homi edera< ident ed, the joint cooperation has led to this successful i ti rprise." said L e i c o u r t .. th continued planning ol tins and the joint coop. 'ration ie leading agencies in the mnity with Federation as in the example (i Homi for the we can and will plan to morrow's needs well beTwo Floors, 120 Beds Continued from Page 8-A %  as excellent huricane '• lion shutters. • The massivi travi i larble pillars fronting the new V illn Metr. ill be 5j I by the Home ( on PI New Lifi ii donorOl i will l>i n th i ilterations ed I e present first floor f the \ i' • xi lobbj will be e and • A trative offices at the western end of the present Ablin Memorial will be eliminated to provide for a new, large occupational ther.,; : j room about oo to '_'."> fe I • The present physical therwill be greatlj e> • Then % %  ill be a beaut) -bar b< r shop for the residents ad: i to the present lobby, and also r.i ..rb> will be a residents c mmissary. %  be completed II 10 to 12 ths, The Home's leader-hip anticipates thai dedication and oath n will very likely take place on Thanksg m 1963. Judge Irving Cypen, president ol the Jewish Home for the Aged, this we k expressed "to the entire communit) a heartfell mess %  'hankfrom the officers board ol directors auxiliaries, stall and ol the 1! We hail you for your devotion support whuh i> helping us transform Douglas Gardi ns into rhe Horn.' for Beginning Again' for older people.' i ypen declared. •You are making possible this historic capital expansion winch will enable the Home to provide din ly-nci ed cue and sen i for more than loo additonal I er persons who urgently require a protective and sheltered environment "We wish to take this oppor tunity to hail our Greater Miami Jewish Federation, whose lay and professional leaders played sue!-, an important role in the capital i mpaign which is pro> id funds for the expansion." Cypci cited the women's auxiliaries, Mr and Mrs Bi de Hirsch Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs Louis Bresler "for their unique and dc\ oted It adersl ity" The Home presidenl invited the communit) to attend the breaking ceremonies 11 i. %  Gardens, 151 NE 52nd -t Miami k^pte11did ^/liiiuanit\j Contributors of $5,01 over to the Home'capital CJ • • • ibed on the beautiful trav i the new entrant • %  of the Ablin M< moi In ive al linner in Januar) a bi tiful re| piHai 1"-' ribed on each replica w ill i onl) be t' %  '"' followin anon: tion •Time can be gracious ard very beautiful And those who arc steeped in time should have the grace oi dignified living and material resources providi I \ those who are j el to be old lh< mscl\ es fnl n -•. ., spleni lid h in in it) JMTISri'S TH! TKf ITOS/ The Arithmetic Behind i Institution With a Heart Decade-o!d historic photo shows first meetnq of the ioinl Kome-Federation Ablin Manorial build ng committee early in 1953, planning fo the present Ablin Memorial and deelcpina the master architectural plan for the -lome at Douqlas Gardens. Seated in front left to right) are the late Abe Kurman. then president'of the Home, M. J. Kopelowitz. Jack Sarner, and David Phillips. Seated rear (left o right' are Emil Gould, Federation represen%  to the joint committee; Irvin Korach, assccicde architect; the late Daniel Brood. Standing (left to right) are Sam Resnick, Sidney Ansin, Sidney Bernbaum. chairman of the first building committee, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the late Ben Fleeman. father of David B. Fleeman, Maurice Pearlstein, Home executive director, und Max C. Gettinger. former Federation budget and planning director. Jew ish II hi v ed ol Gn lei %  imi ian institution .' hose ideal stem* %  ish principli ol uclfan i hai it). and high i mumty's elders [oi :!.• \ ol is .ii 1 facility wh ir Ii' • quai tei s, and mi an rei arded b) 11 ities as being unique ich II stitutions throu I lorida and the nation v. ith its projected 225 bed cap acity, the Jewish Home for the \. ed w nl also be a orar.ization requinn facts, statisI thi ei I aril him • i ol large enterprise. With its city, the i eni arithmetic is only a little less I or the ei i | \ i ol idi d their %  •[ i i eived b) the houl the 28 pro. plfan an.I Ihc provided !>\ community ni t ed Fund. nd Thrift P i the Ho;:,i v OUld be III -elfinani ;.il difficulties Seven!) three residents, or To' ol the 105 residents in Douglas Gardi is durum August 1962, %  re recipients ol public welfi re, and TH re. i. lent-, or 117 had no funds ol their own when they were admitted to the Home \ "I August Id 1962, the 105 n -i ents had been in the Home for an average "t lour yean per resident. Sixt) -i\ had been in the Home for i. and 39 residents I %  fi in five to '• %  The avei idenl i -. As ol Di ci mbi i enl r 17.5 i r on thai dat< v %  years and over There were two fema ever) male in the I One third oi the %  Continued on Pane 11 A David B. Fleeman is president of the Jewish i : for the Aged, and chaii of the building comn which has directed the design of the present expansion



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Friday, November 30. 1962 +-Mwi*t> fhrUSkun Paqe 7-A RENOWNED JOURNALIST TAKES POPULAR WRITER TO TASK Does Harry Golden See U.S. Jews as They Are? M %  .... c t b ,,: By NATHAN ZIFRIN IVI never in life met Hari, Jden, ill..u [h I have a re ol hat our ]> i '.maj have .....i in oui days on the i .,.• li" er, the more I : H irrj Goli i he more I am %  i, i \. i n ive li aversed pat! en •' %  t '. or i ur c>es i'i n\ e i ged .... • sigh I i ilt n, il h best-si llin nci i mirai le ptiviij has i reated an %  ol himself .,.. great wit, i r .iii.l an i xpert in Jew n on the Easl Side, I am lo i once li there is merit i putation ..i 'it an poss at thii ker 1 know noth%  his scholarship, but he simers me when ho tries to 4 %  the East Si : nh what even have accepted as an authenpi' but which, in reality, is lj lacking in authenticity but With the exception of a story or two in his "Only in America," Golden has r.ot added an iota to the legend and story that was this writer's hunting ground during the best years of his life. Golden of course is entitled to write as he pleises and, in fact, the title of this piece is derived from his latest book (World), but this writer feels he must not go unchallerged when he hands out nonsense about the East Side under the pietens ; on that he is telling the u'h. hs whole truth and nothing but the truth. ..I then iflash of thai or thai .' is the Easl ny da) I s day, but in tanci i' %  singular!) fail As I iii ; es of latest b >ok l found a 'aring the intri IU ng rap m "The Yiddish Stage," but when finish) d reading it I felt that it have U'li even an uninform reader somewhat deceived, it • [ant; I i stories about Yidd -h sta • ip and truth, %  Golden skirts them er else he nplj una u I their existElsewhi as ribes the Siders "inoi u ate love for in the cob" i" .. tradition that 5 stricllj :,, an foi i immigrants 'Ghetto Pillow' To be Shown \ film, "The Ghetto Pillow." I • %  featured .it two open meetsponsored bj the Bureau of ii ation through its JewMonth committee headed \ Sherman picture U ill I ShOW II I'll B p.m., at the Oceanfronl r im. 10th st and Ocean Dr ram will also include dry readings bj Mrs. Alfred and a description of "shtetl" Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth e Congregation, %  film will be shown again on • !aj. H p m at the auditorremple Menorah. The ill be Rabbi Mayer %  t/. Ol Temple Men.ii.iii. Beth Torah Plans Minstrial Comedy %  iredictable results >>( the firsl manni expedition to Mars is the theme ol I verybod) a three act comedy scheduled by %  Beth Torah Congi North Miami Beach \'. original production, "isn't i % %  odj u.iauthori .1 by Jack Lavin, George Katzman ami bi ims, an.i featurea original and lyrics Sidney Garson, • er of the Hollywood Little .ire. is director The products under the overall aupervis"i Adrian Kaufman. The musical, featuring a east of •"''• performers, will be presented Jan, 2 and 27 in Beth Torah Audif "num. All proceeds will be donated to the temple building fund, HARRY GOLDEN strained Wev On the occasion of the national celebration of Jewish Book Month, noted Jewish columnist, Nathan Ziprin, whose by-line is long familiar to readers of The Jewish Floridian, easta critical eye on a colleague, Harry Golden, whose popular name and hook titles need no introduction anywhere. ol those days in tact already had with an eat my ac (uaintance corn it ihej did not have il on th cob it was b •< m: i : r v as ,i luxury in thi I *ns came from. i icteri tic ol Golden's tiors i [he East Sidi t> ". %  l recently :. ad in o ic 1 \'ew Yorl i papei I %  'i r lati thai J< *ish h l 1 ii -. up on the Easl Side re i i ht ip bj their parents i %  %  lo r. %  money to beggars hemendicants H re hid len ir llioi a res Where di Golden I' arn abo t thai Jev ish virtue? The truth is that almsgiving, the true mark of humanity in the shtetlech whence the Immigrants came, was carried over by our new comers as a precious gift, as sacred as tallith tfillim and candlesticks. To give was a mitzvah which even the unbelieving Jews were wont to practice. In those day.-. Jewish storekeepers on opening their doors would put a-ide a supply of pennies so that no one who stretched out a hand in begging would be turned away. The beggar was never loathed in Jewish life, our moth ers in those days not only never taught us to shj away from begBars, in fact Ihej would consi ler themselves remiss it they did not remind us from time to lime that the beggar in the street may car ry the see ol Me -.ah. or thai he h the Prophet dis. ed In • %  ;•. or one of the Lan ed V v 33) I-M Idikim who car i'U -den ol the world on theii hai nched -'.. I< Another recent piece by Golden dca ? with teards and wigs. He tel's us that hi those days, "we, the children of the i immigrants, shamed cur Orr-odcx fathers into ihavir.g off the fccerd as if Crlhocoxy could h* "sSamed" into char.girg. In those days mest new immigrants had already shec" their beards, not in the'r own towns but in the port cities and on the boats. Most of them had escaped the religious rigor of \h? sma" towns. Many of them had already savored of the new age that was being ushered in by the twentieth century. Of 'he deeply religious, few had yet ccme to America. That was to happen later, though in curtailed waves. The Orthodox who came with beards mostly kept the mintact, and Ihe shkotzim of all brands of that time will attest to it even toc'ay. Golden would also have us bein ve thai the young people of those days were so embarrassed by their sheitel-wearing (wigs) mothers that they would till the letters-tot heeditor column of Ihe Jewish press wi h "distressing plea.-" that they advise their mothers t give up the shekel. Imagine the "radical" Forward of those days giving adi ice to i irthi do n women ho I ed at the paper as upon chazzir and who probably had no use lor it except to cover floors after washing. Surely the Tageblatt, an Orthodox paper, would not do the bidi i the young complainants, nor Ihe equally Orthodox Morning J\ urnal < >l < ourse thi n wi rt lett. is to the e Iii r. I ul bj "religIs who were looking to light up their to ; %  %  en. 'I heie .' -i• adia i< c on the East and color and tradition, the : 5 of teed;',4 the family, and the pain of ad ustment, and the will learn, to become Americanized while not yielding to 'he fleshnot %  assimilation There were the institutions of learning a burgeoning of culture, foundations in uepUi and ladders going up to heaven. These, ala.-. Golden ncre touched. Rabbi Skop Discusses Bialik Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Shirah, was the guest speaker in Forum Series, "Giants in Jewish Literature." His topic was "Hayim Naehman Bialik: Hebrew Poet Laureate." The lecture was held on Tuesday evening at Beth David in conjunction with the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Solomon Carvalho-path finder in the far west Today, when Man stands poised on the ,-im of pi e, it's hard to visualize the • n %  'it that surrounded Colonel Fremont's expl ring venture in 185 l. In the Autumn of th I year, Fremont, later to be tl Republican presidential nominee, started across the Rockj Mounmd-in-command was Solomon XuneCarvalho. n N. Carvalho was a successful .. • ..,,.,; i mont a.-ked him to join the exploring p irty. In accepting, Carvalho. a close friend of Fremont s, i ..me the first artist ever appointed to such an expedition as well as the first nun ever to photograph the Far \\ est. Five months went by without any word from the expedition. Finally a loiter from Carvalho informed the anxworld that, after incredible hardships, the Fremont expedition bad arrived in Utah, one member ol the pans, however, had died of starvation! In his book. "Incident and Travel in the Far West," Carvalho gives the only eyewitness account of the terrible journey. Once, only Carvalho's skill with the six gun saved the party from annihilation by a band of hostile Indian-. Setting lip a target, Carvalho eoolly placed six consecutive shot.in the bull's-eye, Carvalho's indomitable will and d< tion to duty are revealed in this pa from his book: "The great secret ..of my untiring perseverance and continued ess was that my how r was pledged to Col. Fremont to perform certain duties, and 1 would rather have died than not to have redeemed it." Solomon Carvalho redeemed his pledge all right in the snowj wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. But, perhaps more important, his collaboration with Fremont was a significant factor in stimulating the westward wave of immigration that developed the Far West. P. LORILLARD COMPANY CSTABUSMCD IT* First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lorillard research C IMI IOIILO co.



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?age 4-B vJenist Fhrkifrtn Friday. November 30. Ambassador's Ball Planned for Dec. 23; Mrs. Meyers Again to be Grand Hostess The Ambassadors Bull, which established, an innovation last yar wi'ih the presentation of 3i> young ladies come-of-age to the Governor of Florida and the Ambassador of Israel, will be held this year on Sunday evening, Dec. 23. at the Fontainebleau Motel The Ambassador's Ball traditionally brings to a glittering climax the Israel Bond campaign of the year. Again in 1962. the event will he held under the patronage of (he Ambassador of Israel. The Ablin family (left to right) are daughter, Mrs. Marvin Schero, Marvin Schero. Mrs. Jack Ablin. and son, Donald Ablin. They'll attend Sunday's groundbreakinq at the Jewsh Home for the Aged to expand the Jack Ablin Memorial here. (See Page 1-A.) Family Life' Conference to Feature Variety of Topical Workshop Sessions Continued from Page 1-B • i R Rubin Recorder is Mrs diet Hartman Burk. Leo Mindlin, executive editor The Jewish Floridian. will be test speaker at the luncheon ses_>n. President of Jewish Family and nildren's Service is Mrs Burton 3. Goldstein, who will present the ivocation at the luncheon session. Conference chairman, Mrs Kirsh, iUWtinced Miss Esther Lowenthal s staff coordinator of the session. T charge of arrangements are !rs. Lewis Kanner. Mrs. Leon ^dler, Mrs. Edward Sirkin. and Irs. Sanford Wolin. Mrs. Burgad Steiner was in charge of pubcity. Women's Committee of Jewish -atnily and Children's Service Wfes ccepted as a major responsibility ie agency's recent decision to •.sUbhsh a treatment n ie in ^63 tor emotionally disturbed hildren in the Southeast area of ie United States. The home will be the first of s kind here, and is being uniteraken in conjunction with Jewish hildren s Service, of Atlanta. Ga. "Our primary need is for the -tablishmcnt of facilities for the are of those disturbed children ho can not be successfully treated while remaining in thenown homes." Mrs Goldstein declared, citing a Welfare Planning Courftil stud) here six years a "This facility in no way meets all the needs of (he emotionally disturbed child." the JFCS president explained. "However, our agency and the Atlanta organization, in cooperation with the Great er Miami Jewish Federation, will have made an auspicious beginning." Vice Presidents To be Honored Two vice presidents who have recently returned to Miami Beach will be honored by Hatikvah Mizrachi Women at a membership tea on Tuesday at the home ot Mr. and Mrs Fred Zisquit. Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld and Mr-. Harry Schwartz have long been known for their efforts and activiin the Mizrachi Women's m ment. Mrs Bienenfeld was an officer and founder ol the Belle Harbor Chapter <>i Mizrachi Women. She has been accorded the title of honorarj president in that group. Mrs Schwartz has been associated with Mizrachi Women in local chapters, well as on a national level Both women are vice presidents > I Hatikvah chapter. 77 Families Will Be Consecrated FRI. & SAT., DEC. 14 & 15 Temple Beth Am of South Miami this week announced the affiliation of the following new member families to the Reform congregation The 77 families include: Mr .ui.i MrAlan tirtijnmln. Dr. and Mi Jow |,h Vrmlui Mi und Mi Sam llcrnxtt-iii, in, imd Mr-. Edward llluin, Mi un Ml Larrj rlogner, Mi md Mr* Julian Brill, Dr. and Mr* KUward I'ava, Mra. Dorothy Coe, H and Mm Jay <'..n.. Mr. and Un AJvlli Con nblum, .Mr. nnd Mr.-. Hi '•-- t Itahbln, Mr. and Mrs, Martin l-Y-h.-i. Mr and MrPaul Funnan, Mr and Mrs. Andrew Ueller, Dr. ana \i Arthur Cl liber t, Mr. and Mra StanU) nilbert, Mr and Mr*. Sidney U hov, Mi and Mi.-. Sheldon Hack ••i. Mr and Mi. Charled rlimmel, Mr mid Mm I'liii Kajilun, Mr. and Mrn. w ilh., in Kotok. Mr. and MrMorton Kronengold, Mi and Mm. Mi rwj n i..\ In, Mi Minn i !-• \ In, Mi. and Mr.-. Iiu In l-Mii. Mi. an,I MiMl< hai I Llebel man. Mr. and Mrs. diehard l,othuiiUH, Mi nnd Mi Arthin L.J OIIK, Mr, ana Ml Sol Mi '..i win, I >i. .,n,l MrMax d, Ml and Mrllnrvi i Paul I %  and Mi.\\'.i\ ne ItuRi re, Mj and TENNESSEE WILLIAMS* GREAT FIRST COMEDYf MrIMw.irl seharpH, Mr. and Mm. I., n Si I. ,' am Mr. nnd Mm Sol Si hwai t/. Mr and MrSianiej Snel er. Mi and M I lonnld Sob, i. Mi and MrCarl i i/. Mr and MiKrw n Stelnbetv, Mr. and Mrs. I.ionnnl Stubblnn, Mi and Mr> t'llfl Sui inn. in. Mm I llo Im \\. .n.-i. in. Mr. and MiHarold W.in-i... k, Mr nnd Mm Mleh.,.1 w i \1. r, Mr. an,I Mi Kb nun I w inokm. Mr und Mm. Krederk-k Wl*e. Dr. and Mr*. Victor SVliten, \i ..n i MrWilliam Wyauckl, l.i. t'ol and Ml Sheldon Kit Mr and Mra Itonuld r. |M %  -. Mand Mm. Svyniour Sleicel, Mr. and MrPhilip fed Mi and Mra Harry /.iir. en, Mi. an i Mi llei rj Carver, Mr. and Mm Saul Cenei Ml and Mm. MontitKue I i i:.. m Mr David Tallin, Mr nnd Mm Miuej Ki haffer, Mi nnd Mi \ hi Hi li k, Mm. l.il In n Si Inn li • M nnd Mrs Joi Schelnberir, Mr and Mm r..a,.n W % %  Mi und Mm Will Mr. and MiItli u ml Ston. Mm Violet tlelh M and Mi Slanh N Kan Ml ami Ml iKldor Ki i. %  : %  In, Nil nd M tU lurevlti Mi and Mi II In nnd Mm li • Sunim, i.-. Mr. II nd Mm r %  gene Mlbtrm Ml and Mi Ji Im •i.I Mm 1' i .r Mi n Mm. Henry Kauffi rrui I r und \l I 'a u I 11 An official consecration service for new members will be held at a -penal candlelight ceremony scheduled for Dt c< n ber. VlAM BEACH AuDITORiUM 8:3C p.m. Tirkets: S6.00-4.75-3.50-2.00 On Sal< At And BOX Off.; J. Stores: Harrnonv Vusic 6h0pl MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED Presented by Alan Bheri Productions Asiocates o-GaAvyn-M ... Rabbi Labovitz Scheduled R ibbi i ..i ni Lai pie Ner Tami I, will bi h the "Still Small \ oice," \ n Rabbinical Assi a 111 nvei i li. 7 AR COMCITlONIO OT>*eAj-e&L 11* Jitliuf Codlrry Ret. M 8 JE 2 2331 The Most Beautiful Theatre en the Bay INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. co A 17 m CP 4.P7H3 V*" FREE ORANGF JUICE WE PACK EM m Ht • A.M. TO 10 r.M. DAILY Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israt l Sisterhood will hold a card pai tj in the sot ial hall mi Wednesdaj evening Hosti -%  %  re Mrs, Sandra Herman and Mrs Rose Gold, A NEW CONCEPT IN MUSICAL REVUES! 'CRAZY CRAZES" WORLD'S GREATEST RECORDING BANDS! THE 7 BLENDS B. 6. RAMBLERS Pllltn Free Partial UN 4-— rr.u. THAT C5UL ATTIRE Ll/nGE sirTkf mki i i SS1 7tli St. *t Matil I i.H. Also this year. Mfs Anna Bren ner Mej^jTs. one of Cheater Miann'.bt-t (tnown women leaders, will serve as grand hostess of the ball. Under her guidance, daughter! come-of-age will again be presented lo-the patrons of the ball. Mrs. Meyers revealed that plans are in the offing for a series of events preceding the Ambassador's Ball, at which the young ladies to be presented tins year M ill be feted and have an opportunity to meet with the presentations committee. In preparation for this year's event, a special pin is being devised to be known as Junior Sponsor's of Israel. In announcing that Mrs. Meyers will again serve as grand hostess this year, Samuel Fried* land, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bund Organization, noted that Mrs Meyers was among the first lo earn Israel's highest recognition, the Woman of Valor Award. Widelj known as "dean of women attorneys in the south," Mrs, Meyers hafound time to devote to man> community services, ddition to sen ing as a leading member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Mrs Meyers indicated that applications to present daughters or idaughters at the liHii' Ambassador's Ball will be forthcoming shortly All those eligible may Bubmit the names of those to be presented to Mrs Meyers and her committee at 424 Lincoln l.n Miami Beach Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers grand hostess of the Ambassador's Ball, as she appec ed at last year's function the Fontainbleau. normandie MIPHUUHLN ("i tsmtuiiii \occwio 2r/ Aia^^aci I Si€*vA-eX~ ,A1 '•' %  I it bun & Holiday* Christmas Week Mats Dailyi Orch. $2.50 L


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1 Friday, NoTmer 30, 1962 • Iwislh mk-rgrtifon V-j.au 111 I Youth Center Chat Luncheon Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, presidi nt the t'iornlii Hiimi'n.s Division, Vmi rican Jew ish Con :ress, nounces ih;it plans are being fori ated ior ;i l ouisc Waterman Wise Youth Center "Chai" lunchton to be held on Thursday, Dec 13, al the Carillon Hotel. In annual affair, proceeds are si nl to Jerusalem for the support i ii maintenance oi the Louise tennan Wise Youth Center and i one ot the highlights ol the men's Division programs. The r H i stablisned for the pur -' of < %  ucatin youth from all er i be M orld, \< ho need finan. al help while alien ling Israel's .. rsitics mil [i e m i harge oi arrange• for the event are Mrs. Beni :. Kamen, naiion.il vice prcsi i Ihc Women's Di\ ision, and 'i the Miami ChapteTr; Sam Penchansk), president, Chapter; Mrs Herman Her, pi. sid I Louise Wise d Mrs Albert Zuckern, pr< si It nt, Bisi aync Chapti i Garden Club Unit Meeting Monday Ml Sinai llospn.il Garden Club will have a board meeting Monti a in at the home ot Mrs Solomon Goldman, :;T pine Tree inPresident of the club is Mrs. Marry Moacoe. Mrs. Lester Saroff will bo chairman ot the day, featuring a program entitled "Party Tablesfrom a Flower Judge's Point of View.'" Tables displayed will be discussed, with the club's flower show scheduled for next February as a central theme. Members who will participate in exhibiting table settings and flower arrangements for holidays and special occasions include Mes. d.imes Leonard Frantz. Harold Hirschfield, Theodore Koolish, Anthony Lane, William Segal, Shirley Todd, Byron Topel, Morris Krovcti, and Solomon Goldman. Luncheon will follow the board n eeting at noon Special Citations To be Made At Academy Fof e MRS. AARON fARR Two Dedications Set for Council li tion ol a i tion, National Council ol Ji ish Women'. ilio Hebrew University High School will be held on Dec .li m and in Miami. Committee ol 200, a special group %  ors M no ha\ e given a minimum 'jiti ol 510 to the $5,000 room >red bj the Section, will be honored .d a cocktail party in the home oi Judge and Mrs Irving Open. Campus ol the S.'.IMI.IMHI lliuh School being built with funds raised by NCJW is nearing completion. Chairman ol the local program is Mrs. Aaron Fair. Adult Education Program Dade Heights Jewish Congregalion will initiate its adult education program, scheduled to run four weeks, on Thursday. Dec. 6. Bible and Hebrew class will meet at 8 p.m., and at 9 p.m.. Rabbi Max Lipscbits will speak on "Crises in Jewish Life. Judaism and Islam Guardians il Torah," a name %  ignated in Ji wish tradition to no up lort: %  scholarship an .' will bo bestowed upon at i -i 32 pi rons attending the I5ih dinner sponsor o I 5 the Hebrew Academy of %  r Miami The animal banquet, slated Dec. G at the Deauvlllc Hotel, will be ittcndcd by local, civic, service and fraternal leaders. "Guardians Torah," those persons contributS5O0 i" ihe Academy's scholar I tnd, w :il be feted Arrangements for the presentations were concluded Wednesday at a treet'ng cf the dinner committee, according to B I. Binder, committee chairman. Miami Beach executive and Florida lard-develooer, Leonard Rosen, will be guest of honor. More than To per cent of our student bod) attends the Hi brew Academy on either partial or complete s> h ilarships," Binder pointed nl "We arc appealing to the munity now because ol our ex pandc I fi and the fact that our new school follows the edui tii nal principles by which we were %  muted— an opportunity tor a Jewish education for everyone. "The Hebrew Academy is the only Hebrew Daj School in the Beth Shiran Men In Open Forum Brotherhood of Temple Beth Shiran will hold a breakfast Sunday. iu a.m., at the Bowl-O-Mat, 8650 SW 132nd St. Also scneduled is an open "Ask the Rabbi" session, featuring Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of Beth Shirah. dealing with the origin of Jewish customs and ceremonies. Members of the board elected at a recent meeting include Buddy Vagoda, chairman; Joe Berkan, treasurer; and Bob Loring. secretary. South and therefore we must prosihility to supplj these facii< i vide students In re with a complete for all student: .'ho seek a J %  Jewish education. It is our responisb education," Bi der said. Consultant Will Study Program Mrs Ethel Grossman, consultant in child development programs, has been invited by the Jewish Community (enter of Nashville. Tenn to visil and observe the preschool program there she will also assist in developing the program and raising the standards and goals that serve %  -• to help the child in his growth. Mrs Grossman will meet on Moffi .i> with the staff and parents to cuss ways to include the geni ral principles o| Jewish holiday -i i vani e and Jew ish living experiences as an integral par: ol programming in a Jewish Center Mill sin was formerly In cnarge ol similar programs at the Greater Miami Jewish Center. Have trial Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion j You'll find complete £ facilities to exactly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade end Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party! lor Information: HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director. 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Tjge S-B JenisiiFlcridiar Friday, November 30. 1962 i I %  c %  VOMAN OF THE WEEK i neighbors say that Zelda and Philip Thau "open Ihe ocean vej : %  ••,< ruing. Indeed they do; (hey simply wont miss their mornDg swim Zelda as brought up in the tradition that salt water ureeverything and keeps you healths, she remembers dragging •>ags "i salt tor her mother to put in their tubs — all six of them, nree sisters and three brothers. Then. too. she and Phil met on the eashore at Manhattan Beach; and tor that reason alone they love the cean. f UUCatlon, >ne Wem IO runner waw| aim naw a •"• %  ." % % %  • %  .• l-.ink this was a fitting vocation for a girt, and Zelda switched to nath. She wound up teaching stenography and typing in the New *m w A Zelda was horn in New York City. Starting out to major in health ducation, she went to Hunter College and NYU. Her family didn't hi m; York high schools for some 31 years. Zelda had been going steady for four years with another young man until she met Phil. They eloped and lived happily ever after. Since school teachers have the whole summer free.; and engineers can be free too. the Thaus have traveled extensively—Mexico. Hawaii. Israel. Europe, In fact around the world. When Zelda retired trom teaching, they took the whole year for a leisurely motor trip around the United States. Zelda and Phil moved to Ft. Pierce, and Zelda retired to the organization work for which she never had time. As Zelda says. ^^fJ >^^ I'm an eager beaver and healthy, and it ^^ L;IVCS me satisfaction to be helpins other.-." ^ In Ft Pierce, she became active in the Busitm ( 1 in-and Professional Women's Club, started the town's first Garden Club, and was elected ItLDA its first president. Since her husband's family ive here in Miami, they yearned to join them. The Thaus finally Id their Ft. Pierce ocearfront property and moved here. On her 1st day in Miami, en route to the dentist. Zelda saw the announceent of a book review to be given by Hadassah. She stopped off — id Stayed — later becoming coordinator of the Hadassah book reews and president of Brandeis Chapter of Hadassah. She then branched out into Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hosta!. Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and secretary of the American Friends cf the Hebrew University, among others. In addition, she's a guide at Vizcaya. This keeps Zelda abreast of the art orld. v iiich is so necessary in her case, because her son. Eugene, OTIS a:: art gallery in New York. Presently she is first president of ie of Miami's newest organizations. Women's Division of the Amerar. Society for Technicn. All of which takes a great deal of time; I evertheless. she refuses to crowd out her interest in reading, theater. music, opera, and community affairs, along with entertaining at home. She is a "tasting cook." and admits to being a "fresser," but her i eight has never varied since she and Phil married. Il her late twenties. Zelda's hair started to turn white With her lid face and sparkling eyes, the comment was. "Look at that young irl ith the lovely white hair." The comments are still the same. : ATUROAY NIGHT WINGDING i' aa dinner dance at the Kings Bay Yachl and Countrj Club —fab BUS evening just for the people who live in Sunrise Harbor. '., %  Frumkes watched her husband. Melvyn, receive a plaque ;tre-:<: % % %  :< of the Sunrise Harlxir Assn. She didn't have to worry where it he took it to his office. Among the Sunrisers were Sand} nd VArkin. Helyne and Kenneth Treister, Helen and Hy Kaplan. Lois ind .lay Siegal, Cecily and c.erald Kutcher. Dr and Mrs. Howard Gordon, Gloria and Howard Scharlin, Col and Mrs Nathan Hood Norma and Donald Rosenberg, Saralee and Albert Weintraub, and ; and Joe Scheinberg. 1 EAR PILGRIM FATHERS t % %  n Atlanta came Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Goldstein for their annual is;t -hvir daughter. Grace (Mrs. Burtcn B.i Goldstein and her lamj i ijoy their annual Tftanksgiving D;.\ dinner Grace has Thanks iving uinner for the whole Goldsteir family — her husband's Goldteir..Don't get confused — the name is the same Dinner was ;il iree o'clock so that they could be ready for the Miami High-Edison High football game — also a tradition. Grace always uses the same enterpiece — an old-fashioned coach with pumpkins and turkeys Now is packed away until next year, same time, same place • -.:y and William Altman decided not to go to Augusta, Ga., for r har.k-4i\iny with their son and his family. They quickly changed plai and minds when a frantic call came that they would be potting the surprise in store for them — Open lions .'in honor ol then 2r: • Q| \ersary They went Lois and Herbert Mathes hurried home from Washington, where %  ne> attended the opening of the Dulles International Airport. Along ith j.l the rest of the women there Lois felt sure that President KaWIUldy was looking straight at her. Well, at least she was directly m front of him. The Mathes family had dinner at the home of Lois' :oIk.>. \nn and Sam Mell. Also there for dinner weir June and Stan fey Herman, of Indiana, the Mells' other daughter, Clare and Philip Hayders. and great grandma, Mrs Ilattie Miller • < %  T HAPPENED LIKE THIS For 22 years. Mugs (Max J.) l-orber has been fishing for a big ailfuh which he has never caught He went out in one of th Marriage Unites Weisman, Lerner Waldman's San Marino Hotel was the site of the wedding ceremony which united Beverly Lerner and Brian Robert Weisman. with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of Young Israel, officiating. Date of the nuptials was Saturday. Nov. 24. and the early evening ceremony was followed by a reception at the hotel. On their return from a honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the young couple will live at 2191 NE 167th St. The former Miss Lerner wore a bridal gown of white imported chantilly lace, embroidered "ii (he bodice with seed pearl.and iridescent sequins. The three-tiered crown was made of pearls and tiny crj stals. Maid of honor was Carole Lerner. bride's sister, and another sister. Sharon Lerner. served as bridesmaids, along with Cynthia Lerner, Roslyn Frost and Rosalyn llenann. Martin A. Weisman served as hibrother's best man, and Al tirosman. Don Seidler and Steve Priskie were groomsmen. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lerner, 17141 NE 5th Ave. One of the founders of Young Israel, Mr. Lerner serves MRS. BRIAN WEISMAN as treasurer and chairman of the building committee Mrs Lerner ipresident of the Sisterhood. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. William A. Weisman, 420 "8th St Ricar+s Take Caribbean Cruise An early afternoon ceremoM > „„ Wednesday. Nov 28. united nic Kohn an! Julio (Rick, a? Temnle I-rael. with Rah! eph R Narot officiating Follow|T| a reception at Patricia Murphy'a in Ft. Lauderdale. th. new. lyweds lett on the SS Jci lor a Caribbean crui-. For her wedding, the hridi | ,,., :i cocktail-length romance bl in sheath with an overskirt head dress with nose veil matched the gown Daughter of Mr. ami \. \ K< hn. 1">20 Wcsl Ave th. ., Ricart is a graduate of !!c.?ch Hi^h. attended the University ol Miami, and is pre-. ployed as a secretary. The bridegroom is the Mrs. Dulce Alvarez. 1828 SV i Ter. an I the late Julio Ricart. Now travel manager ol !'. irdine's International Tours ol M Beach, he attended Canisiu \ersit) m Buffalo, NY. The bride's brother Kchn, was his best man > 1 Lewen, Stone Exchange Vows w, %  M*S. tDWARD LtWtN Judge Shepherd Speaks North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Wonun heard Judge Ben J Shepherd in a talk on Youth Hall and Juvenile Delinquency" at a civic and community affairs committee program of the chapter on Wednesday evening at Congregation Yehud 'li Moshe MrBurton Blatt is chairman "i the committee WANTED WOMAN COMPANION KOSHER COOK, IIGHT HOUSEKEEPING For Elderly Woman. lie in. PL 1-5273 Lynda Charlene Stone and Edward Charles Lewen were united in marriage on Sunday afternoon, N>>\ 25. at Beth David, with Rabbi \ rman N Shapiro officiating, A reception at the home of the bride's parent-. Mr. and MlHenri D Stone. 3711 Riviera Dr followed the ceremonj. The bridal gown of white peau dc soie had a chapel-length tram and long sleeves. The scoop-necked bodice was covered with seed pearls, and the bouquet was white in ci ins. Matron of honor was Mrs. Mary Flaiiun. and Ik-anna Taylor served a.maid of honor. The bridesmaids. Sheri Stone and Crystal Stone, and the flower girl. Kimberlee Alan Stone, were all sisters of the bride. Attending the bridegroom were Al Martinez, best man. and Tom May. Boh Irvine, Marvin Bacon. ushers The new Mrs Lewen. now at tending the University of Miami. ia gra uate of Coral Gables Senior High. She is a member of National Honor Society, Future Teachers of America, and Future Busim -Leaders of America owner ol the Bookworm in for.tl Gables, the bridegroom received Inearlj education at the New York Military Academ> and ii luatc ol Miami Beach High and the L'niversit) ol Miami He ithe -on of Mi and MrHarold Lewen. 3 bland Ave. The young couple will make their home in Miami : ^*^. HKS. WHO KKAKT More Than Just a Vacation SATETY HARBOR, FLORIOA) J "FREE GOLF" I i One Huir lo Tampa ani St. Pef. Tel. 726-1161 l EUCLID HOTEL ROOMS with KITCHEN PRIVILEGES S400 and up for Winter Season. 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Taqe I i-A f dnw *•#• nprkUnri Friday, November 30. 1962 Off rh Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN An Old Guard Zionist Sets His Sights on the Yiddish Theatre pHE JEWISH world, belli here and abroad, has Ions known Louis Lipkl ky as a COmmunaJ and Zionist leader j viih heresies and boldness thai often %  \ >lagued his enemies and delighted h:s riends. Blessed with a keen mind, a harp pen and a poet's imagination, he ould not even in the years when he /as solely preoccupied with Zionist at TBf^S lirs harness himself to the patterns an wcie meant for the mundane — and he rebelled. inst himself against his destiny. Now. in his newest volume. "Tales ol the Yiddish 3 ito" (Yoseloffi. he comes to us in fulfillment, as an ..st. as a consummate story teller as a penetrating ober of the human scene. The author calls the boek reminiscences ol play_hu and players in New York's Jewish theatre in the Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN early 1900's In fact, however. :i transcends reminiscing. lor basically it ia portrayal oi a group ol people, in this case Yiddish actors, caugbJ in the web ol a profession where there is much merriment but little happiness The impact of the stones is a brilliant limning of the Yiddish theatre and its figure! in the early .lays o Jewish living in New York's Lower Bast Side. But what is more important is that the hook is a portrayal not alone of actors but of people whe happen to he actors They wear -lease and paint and masks and all manner ol trappings these actors, but underneath they are human being* whose lives are seared in addition by plagues Ol the limeliahl and public exposure. l.-psky removes the grease and lilts the masks for US and we behold the men and women of the Yiddish rialto not through a photo rraphic but an artistic eye. The men and women strutting the | Ihe book, to use Lipsky's words, "were vagrants who had become Why the U.S. Avoids the Genocide Pact Washingtonl F EARING COMMUNIST initiative :.t ihe United Nations tor UNI intercession in Mississippi or Ala : ia, the state Department for more than a decade hadelayed! act.on on American ratification ol j the IN Genocide Convention. The -late Department iapprehensive lest Ihe Soviet bloc, backed bj ihi Vfro-Asian states, invoke the genocide statutes ii cases ol anti-Negro violence and biased judicial • i ce< dii i 'ous southern states, The Soviet blo< has ratified the UN Convention v Inch defines acts committed with intenl to persecute "idestroy, in whole or in part, a national, t racial or religious group Ratification makes 5UC h linai under international as well as • %  rial 1 \ : ;| !;i t .lev. ps an 111 'he forefront ,.f pressure lor U s. ratification, a State Departi ial confided "The Ri old make : .. ( -e. with a lot ol Afro Asian support. I foreign News letter B y JOSHUA JUSTMAN Focus is on Yemen .Ii ru T HE CUBAN CRISIS : %  • I %  I rep % %  .,; great impact oi Easti %  and beyoi I I .not the i..' lhal will vail n Yemen, nor is it a between Yemen's revolutionary and loyalist fi i It is an open war waged b) Egypt's Nassi the conquest ol Yemen and the Overthrow ol the rcKi! conquest of oil-rich San ;i Arabia— which, d successful, would open the road lor further Conquest—Of Jordan. Syria. Lebanon in line with Nasser's frankly set-out plans envisaging the establishment of an Arab Empire under his rule. At first Nasser had hoped to achieve this objective through indirect means of subversion, which brought about the "unification" with s>na and the federation with Yemen. However, his ultimate tailore m Syria which also strengthened the resistance to his pressure in other Arab countries, has apparently convinced him ol the necessity to turn to other, more direct methods Hence, his move into Yemen It was fifty years ago that Egyptian units first went into action in Yemen on the heels of General Sallal's coup, engineered and executed with the help oi Egyptian agents, funds and weapons. There are no exact figures regarding the number of Egyptian troops in Yemen—some put it at division strength-but the cost of the Egyptian campaign is estimated at $3,000,000 per day. That the outcome of this undeclared war is quite Uncertain is also to be seen from the cautious attitude now adopted by the Soviet Union, which was first to recognise the new regime of General Sallal Moscow, quite obviously, now prefers to wait and Bee in the hope that her tanks and bombers in the handof Nasser will filially accomplish the task • %  ihi treatment ol some ol our southei n N ,as we could make against the Soviet trei mcnl "i Jews \ 1946 UN resolution declared genocid* a ci under international law which the world condemns —and for the commission ol which principles and ci mplices are punishable The Stale Departmenl is petrified by possil that the Russians miRhl move at the United Nations. for instance, for punishment under international law ol a Mississippi policeman or sheriff who had beaten a Negro to death Despite ratification ol the UN accord b> 65 nations, the United states has taken no stand. The State Department secret!) subscribes to a theory that it would be a diplomatic error to allow l'N intervention into domestic American affairs on racial rs Humanitarian supporters of the l'N are disturbed because neither the Eisenhower nor Kenned) Administration has moved for genocide ratification The B'nai B'rith, American Jewish I ress, Jewish War Veterans, and others, have attacked on different fronts with little impact. The State Department believes thai Jewish • %  Soviet i noci e are emotional!) < xaggerated ats insisi that they would nevertheless like to reassure the Jews but musl servi I n higher rest b) preventing a UN Ii propi gan la foi urn [i t lefl st e> t Vmer u .i -. ,i w Fulbrighl ol I mnuttci ...... helming i Senal 'I Ihe A Ireatii milted to 1 %  • • • I st a tc Deal ; %  hi %  i In 1 r'osti • the problem which is I b) Ihi tiui • tier be 11 Id not pri lication actors and singers in a theatre." people who the Ghetto but were not part of it." men who del %  • -,. vention and willing!) pa-d the price for it. And >. % %  :: ,. a sympathetic story that Lipsk) tells There igreat temptation her,i,i quote heavily from the volume, but that world offer the challenge • vieting the copvrichl law since we would have to give tin .,1k of the book. one of the finest pieces in the book is a ctoi "Badcben in Pastel," the tale of a jester who i 0 .t his voice only to regain it temporarily. Though it is jestingly, as befits the theme the ta'e is the st irj ol anguish! thi anguish ol the artist, any artist who • i his instrument o! expression. The Badchen's artistic sage ma\ not have been h lofty one. hut v hen I silenced in voice his despair is no less than that ol Ihe most gifted Lipsk) paints the .story with such precision that one actual!) tools the Badchen's agony. I? another story. "The Moth.'' he deals with | %  plural figures in the Jewish theatre of that time tale Iabout a man who couldn't keep away froi world of the actors even though he knew that hi.< sistencc would only result in being singed to d< h the moth against fire He was consumptive this mot but p eriul was the attraction ol the world i theatre to him that he ii nored cure, and in the en died Lipsk) book is not on!) a contribution to an ui : tin facets ol Jewish life ii \ m %  Yiddish thcatn remarkable literary w c %  during i. •hose v ho like I curtain Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Salty Diplomacy M ISS BARBARA SALT has been named England's ambassador o Israel No relation. | suppose o the good lad) who looked back it Sodom and Gomorrah and was 'lined into a pillar of salt, According lo one of the rabbis t old, Mrs. Lot looked back to •e it her .. i liters wencoming llong, which shows that she wai. Vnyway, we understand that Miss is a very forward-looking person, with much %  Ihe l eit' d Nations and so on. In i her words a e:ee dish and with salt too N Ish saying, Es fell talts i it lacks -..It which Jews apply to other things than cookrh< %  plomatic world can be without the spict I perhaps this explains the terrible st.".-. ; is 111 today n Ii kini back !o these daym i; ... ; Fon n Mil in, the chii t w cakni sses of th< First, it I trul) I ol Aoman an IT Ol III' • v, '.( postmastei pie need humor n o % %  ol the letU %  als the t' %  nhs nf Ad.m. but : iua < % % %  < -than all Of lh( • Idam's bod). Eve persu idi I \ and Eve in th i tl akei sex A t and when he i~ caught, b< i h to blame himself. He blan a %  Adam Is revealed as %  it was Eve wh thi Tree ol Knowle i Between You and Me: By BORIS SM0LAR Poland Has Undergone Great Physical Change ANYONE WHO VISITED Poland in thel *^ prewar years would not recognize the country now. And this not onl) because 'here are practically no Jews -< en today in the cities where they previously active in large numbers It is also because Poland has undergone a tremendous physical change. Warsaw! for example, was completely devastated) first by the Nazi armies and later by I Soviet shelling Of the capital prior to its liberation from the Nazis It is now being rebuilt, but it is not the same city. of the elegant Marshalkowska Street—Warsaw's Fifth Avenue-only the name remained, the street itself changed in appearance and is very dilapidated So are most ol the streets. The city gives the impression that the population is not oppressed by the Communist regime, but that it idepressed b) the gloom oi daily life. Intact whether you visit Warsaw, or Cracow, or in) other j the larger cities in Poland you feel that Communism in i is far from Communism as in Russia The Poles have always hated Russia and maintain— h not onl) the same feeling now toward the Sot Union They are ultra nationalists and will never foi thai the Red Army -lulled Warsaw before aiding the I" PUlation to drive the Nazis out. Nor can they stand the fad that the building winch dominates the landscape Warsaw today is the Red skyscraper built by Moscow B "gift" to the Polish people This "gift" is .|iis| BS unwelcome to Polish nationalism as had been for decades a luxurious Russian church built by the Czarist rcgini. Ol the main squares of the city in the years when Poland was a part of Russia. The church was ra/.e.l b) the poles when Poland became an independent country after World War i. and this will probably be the Of the Red Skyscraper the minute Poland gams indent ence from Moscow.



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Vriday, November 30, 1962 vJfvtHfi Iffr ,r ktlan Page ll-. : Aged Home Groundbreaking Continued from Page C-A and re\ islng i i r plans again and H in Ihe past, we have been arily motivated bj the philo-. phj thai senior citizens, like all other human beings, need to live in -i". environmenl v hich accords them respeel and dignity, an opporUiniiy to be useful and creative, and the right lo privacy and comfort in their living arrangements." Other members of the building committee anBing Kossoil and Sam Resnick. co-chairmen; Leo Allen, Harry Altman, Stanlej M Beekerman, Martin Fine, Dr. George Graham, Mel Green, M. .1 Kopclovwtz. Barney 15 Lee Joel Meyer. Polly do Hirsch Mo\er, Lee Ruwitch and Judge Harold B. Spaet. Is Loewenberg, o| Loewenberg and Loewenberg, Chicago, is the architect. Korach and Smith. Miami, arc the associate architects, and Henry j, Nelson, \lmmi Beach, is the oner i romim unity le v. dl be in atl form an I ei tings & In addition i" rep irts bj i Meyer and Fleeman, one ol the Mrs Sarah Cossik, i r< sidenl of the Resi ents Council, u ill .-.peak for the entire n siup to the assemblage. ;. ii Samuel Z Jaffe, spiritual leader "i Temple Beth El, Hollywood, will give Ihe invocation. and Judge Harold Spaet will present .1 slate [or election to the board. The Home, which lias long been noted [or its beauty and emphasis on privacy in living arrangements for the older person, as well as for its rehabilitative philosophy, has been the local point for visits and consultations by leaders ol -laic and federal governments, as well as national and international figures in the Held of gcrontoli 5 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bresler are leaders in the Jewish Home activities and six-figure contributors to the building campaign. Most of Bundestag Favors Diplomatic Ties With Israel Continued from Page l-A that, while official Bonn Interior Ministry figures show thai there arc -till no less than 90 extremist right-wing organizations m West (iermany, National Socialism "had been rejected" by the West Germans, and Nazism "has no future in our country." The 3* year-old anti-Nazi said thai the data he obtained [rom his Ministrj ol the Interior, prior to incurrent \ isit here, showed that extremist, right-wing groui\ number u.oon members now, while i m< i i" r b> long to the i wing youth group How ever, he the n • ve \> s1 35 p. r i ol their membership in the last two years "Thej will have no more suca ss in the future" he asserted, "The German con nee has rejected National So -m "The darger," he continued, "is not the return to National Socialism, but in the still-largely uncenquered spiritual vacuum." He qualified h-s own optimism by conceding that his personal feelings "may stem from a hope and belief to en extent greater than I myself am aware." A small group of Herut yoUngsters had waited with folded pro test posters for more than four hours for Dr. C.erstcnmaicr's arrival at Lydda Airport. By! the time the plane arrived, the demonstrators had melted to a handful ol boys and girls in Betar uniforms standing on both sideol the main read leading to the airport. Police had posted Strong guards and plainclothesmen near them to avoid any incident. The visitor was whisked past the demonstrators and met SOOrtl) si ter his arrival with President Bel Zvi, P rime Minister David Ben Gurion and Moshe Sharett, chairman ol the Jewish Agency executive He was met at the airport bj Dr. Felix Shinar of the Israel Mission al Cologne, He also met with Professor Martin Buber and conferred with Haim Yahil, the director-general of the Israel Foreign Ministry Bechuse ol Menu objections, he will not visit Israel's Parliamenl where woul • normallj have been acled the usual courtesies to a \ isiting head ol a Parliament. He be received privately by •, sp ( Idish I.u/ at the Di ania kibbutz Bra^i Elects r ) Jews to Office RIO HI I Wh u %  %  fficial, that Brazil eleel i lii-'U:' '' amed al l< %  fivi Je lo Fed%  ral and slatures. The ballot count shows thai muel Weisman, ol this city, has been elected as a deoutj lo the Federal Legislature. Three other Jews, Francisco Silbcrl and Gerson Bergher, of Rio de Janeiro, and Jacob Salvador Sweibel, of San Paulo, were elected as deputies to the Legislature, of the State ol Guanabara Prei loii.-ly. it had been announced that Dr Aaron steinbruch, president ol the Federation of Jewish Organizations ol Rio de Janeiro, had been ehosen to the state Senate, Ihe firsl Jew to be elected a Senator. In addition to Us model [acili-t hich have si rvc as an ex[i r the entire countrj in .miol care and service to i I, the Homi Is one ol %  tew institutions n cognized by %  SI % %  Universitj tr lining center for its graduate ci.il work students and by the Hade Hoard of Public Instruction lor training students in practical sing. The Home is ii^ed also by the Psychiatric Institute of Jackson Memorial Hospital for geriatric orientation ot it residents in psychiatry, and there is a cooperative research relationship In geriatrics with the University of Miami Medical School. At the re quest of the University of Florida, ihe Home is considering a training program for IF students in physical therapy. Ihe Home is a beneficiary agency ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Fund. It is a charter member of Ihe new American Assn. of Homes for the Aging, and a member of the American Hospital Assn., and the Hade Welfare Planning Council, .* m£Sr ToOUST BROS R V£ **• la thr BEST' I* Four founders of other institutions get together to launch tr drive to raise S203.C00 for the Greater Miami Medical Cent :n Beerpheba, Israel, sponsored by the Business and Profe sional Council of Kupal Holim-Histadrut. Meeting at a r; ception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin are Qe to right) Aaron B-sar GlazeroH, founder of the Hadassc. Mebrew University Medical Center; Rifkin, a founder of t u Hebrew University and of Technion; Jack S. Popick, founds of the Hebrew University and Yeshiva Univeisitv; and Pc Gordon, a founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Teen Agers Schedule Nine Problems To Discuss at Annual Center Conclave Heart Continued from Page 10-A have no children. One-third have children in Greater Miami, and one-third have no children in Greater Miami, but do have children elsewhere. Seven couples in the Home have been married to their first mates for a total of 413 years, or an average of 59 years per couple. Four couples, married to their second mates, have been married for an average of 38 years. These and other figures are excerpted from "An Analysis of Operating Income. January l-AugUSt 13, 1962." by Stanley M Beekerman, treasurer of the Jewish Home for Ihe Aged Cuba, Berlin, nuclear war civil defense, the Kennedy administration, automation, space, and religion in Ihe schools will be among Ihe vital national and world issues to be discussed by youth delegates at the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jew. ish Community Center. Scheduled for Sunday afternoon, Dee. !. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the conference will bring together three hundred teen-agers from Cenli r sponsored clubs in various parts ol Dade county in a scries of discussions coming under the gener'al theme. "Teens React to a World in Crisis The annual event, which gives young people the opportunity to examine and discuss the pros and cons ol mam important presentdaj problems, is set up in the form of nine concurrent workshops Each workshop will have from 30 to :;:> delegates, and will be staffed with a professional discus h ader. The workshop titles selectei tinyear's conclave are: • "What to do About Cuba • What Can We Learn A Integration from the Mississi] Incident?" • "Berlin—Is it a pawn or. Chessboard of the World?" • "Nuclear War, Civil Defer and Disarmament—What are I Odds?" • "Is President Kennedy dl a Good Job?" • "The Cities in Metro and Counties in Florida—How to G Fair Deal 0 • "Public Prayer and the s preme Court—How is Amerij Jewry Involved?" • "How Will Automation Ai • Your Future?" • 'Why Explore Space?" Atailu I resrntttt >n '"\ e< no 'l WHEN THE HANUKKAH GIFT MUST BE SOMETHING SPECIAL LORD CALVERT A Ufl Riot's I ViiisKn\<>jDmi\awx BUNDED H.3KEY, 86 PROOF. 8i I STMNM MUUt, 65* GRIN UTS*l SPWTS. HOUSE Of W.VUT. N.Y.C.



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Friday. November 30, 1962 SAYINGS OF FATHERS PoikU Rabbati, chap. 44. If a man Ttpentt and gott bjil; ->. that It no ttptnta.net. %  oH go*l down to talje a bath of H, lioMtm; *owif ilrad. unclean, rr/mlc in hit hjnj. lie re-' purification. He mutt cat II U'/lU-ll /if hOJ 111 /ns after doing illn. he can tal^e %  %  ..nil fie: pun/ied. • • Pesikta Rabbati, 45. 6. at > repentance; for its ta^t .f.irfi inil annul His 0lt*n wOT&t i .ins (DriK :4). ilwr ,j .1 .... erred and has been ,d.ii.i wedded to another, the • ub*nd i'UV in.I iced lirr T'lciie'i Israel, however, wor%  O'.i' Heasly ihrir • Him."' Pesikta Rabbati, 4 5, y. %  !• .< %  '.. mini thy Cod." :.> Him, half'ivdv, and el thee lial/uav. Return H n with rmpt\ hands and dismiss r/:cr with hands od. Return unto II m •i the i^y even tach t l • ..'.I in : • %  1 I | 155|, %  %  evil IUI h auth. Jew 1st nunWart Page 13-A PsJNw' Bible Knows Ail About Mental Health lavni 9 r^eliaious f manic depressive psychosis and the entire phenomenon of emotional .IIHI affect-disorders. I in-i>t that he was not the first, the Bible came before him, and practically all of the present-day mooddisorders cm he traced and found in the very pages of the Bible. For example, the T a 1 m u d states"Do not worry about the Ser vices J h i s (A/e e h c n J Information to be included in the Religious Services column ) must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later f than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All reI leases received after that time will be returned as prooT of their lateness. 3ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ive Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. %  i-lii v R:1R i'" 1 Raturda> ,( • m. Roe j y/itsvuh: Bernard, Bon "f Mr. and Mrs. Henry s. rk -• — IETH EL. 500 bw ,/tn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. rtda) 3:1.3 11. in. Suturda} S:30 a.m IETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. rlda> v r. p.m. Bermnn: "Modern dolntrj ." Saturda> K: l". a m — • — IETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. '. p.m. Sat inlay in a.m. "The IM earner mill < he I tar Mltavah I'aul Marks, .in.I M I Ian s l. i %  • GEMS OF WISDOM mm %  i< ii of Mr 3FTH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shiptro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. 'Hj \V Inil \ %  Si fl em f thi %  .,i ••(;. ii. i • Pea" i of God u the gateway of tdil'i. ZOHAR. • Fear in nlees humility, and nu militv in; oh es %  ZOHAR M MBI RS, Learnin : inn mil fear is as a U'ltllOtll Ji %  UOI I AKCZ, Th< IBN GABIf • t no : %  | i ; BA1 i K. of Cod J lie i*/wewt C thodox Religion Only WASHINGTON— (JTA) -A lead ing American Jewish scholar charged thia week that "there is full freedom of religion in Israel for everyone — except Jews'" because Orthodoxy is the only officially recogr.i/ed (Jewish) religious Kroup in Israel today. He said that the un on of religion and state as it presently exists in Israel "is not normative in Judaism." The'tcomments were made by Rabbi Robert Cord is. Prof, of ISibb? of the Jewish Theological j Seminary, at an Institute on religuius freetlom sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and J ews. .' %  New Religious Action Center By Special Report NEW YORK — Leaders of the three faithl in America will gather in the nation's capital to officially • dicate the new Religious Action Center of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, from Nov. 29 thi *igh Dec. 2. in Washington, DC, ;' the Sheraton Park Hotel A • % %  ries of worship services, workshops, seminars, and business tioiri will examine the respective roles of religion and govern] ment in American life. At the me time, the UAHC board of trustees and other major Commission! oj Reform Judaism will disi ISS problems and neu programs t i aul the religious movement. Rabb. Wise Housing Development By Special Report M V YOKK The late Rabbi Stephen s. wise, longtime president of the American Jewish Con ress, founder ot the Free Synagogue and Zionist champion. WHS honored this week with the designation of a public housing devel opment in his name on New Vork'i West Side. Stephen Wise Towers, a 399apartment project, state-aided deMlopmeiit, will be built by the Now York City Housing Authority at a cost of S8.500.000. It will be read) lor occupancy in August. 1964 The naming of the project for Dr. Wise marks the first hou-i velopment in the city honoring outstanding Jewish citizen who achieved wide public recognition for hit activities .i.1 Jewish com%  l< sder 3ETH TFILAH, 9S5 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. 164tn st. uno NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. l-'ii-l.ii S:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Tntrhlng 1: ii ~ Deytlnatlmi L'nV..1I I'M Student li'-:i • '-.i 11%  ii RABBI ABRAHAM CASSE1 ancient prescription fears ol tomorrow, for you know not what tomorrow brings, who knows. perhaps tomorrow will come and you are no longer there, or. perhaps, tomorrow will never come and this worry is of no avail.' Here is another one from the Talmud: -Man should disclose his troubles to the community. He should speak ol his inner woes, of his deep emotional swings and Struggles, because when he speaks to another, he relieves ,h Wrong himself of part of the suffering." Here is another from the Talmud: ^"i'.'m There are three things which disturb the human being and bring him Saturdaj to an untimely end and one of these is a bad spirit or mood." ft Our sages truly knew the meaning of illness which comes from a wUI """""' *rvlee* sick soul or spirit. The Bible and Judaism point out not only the cause CORAL WAY J E W I S H CENTER of mental illness, but also teach the rules of emotional health. The! J !" ""^'sVmuel W Ap?Ji h "cantor emotions of man are divided into two sources of origin. One is the, Gerinon Levin, emotions which come from the heart, and the others are directed by the BV,da > brain or intelligence. We are taught by Judaism that emotions guided by both the heart and the mind are the best prescription against falling prey to mental illness. Psychology and psychiatry say: "Give him back his self-esteem and his feelings of Insecurity, and his symptoms tend to disappear." The rabbis of old and the Bible tell us: "Teach man to bridle his emotions and not to lose his self-respect by his uncontrolled emotions." Simply stated, it means teach man to use his heart in conjunction with his brain. Judaism and the Bible are truly amazing sources of guidance for the human being in his desire to achive deep emotional happiness. Judaism and the Bible teach emotional health and how to avoid emotional illness in very simple and practical terms. I an convinced that traditional Judaism, honestly practiced and intelligently understood, is a powerful source of preventive psychiatry. of Wisdom Speak i it, 'Boredom, Loan ot Reaped'." Guent speaker at Uneg Shabbut: Dr. Robert M. Allen, proteaai i ^f paycholos) at the University o( Miami, mi "Love and L'nderatandma — Ulven or diving." Baturday s:4 [tar Mltavah: Louis, son of Mr. .111*1 Mrs. s.un Uchloicher. — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Riohter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. PYldav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "AntWotes of Anti-BVaaitlam." Saturday s :::o a.m. Sermon: "Portion ot the Week." Bar Mltavah: Barry, son of Mr. ami Mrs. | M> in v n Simon. Love of I Mi i-l HASID. God is I d* on u'hich the iirtuei i toI ar, and all the ...... Ufa u apdrt. 0KHO1 rZADDIKIM. -fir-rr 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. l. ni. iv :n p.m. Sermon: "Unpleasant Truth* in the Hlbli Blutei h 1 will host ilo I'n.-: Shabbal Saturday morning 9:SW a.m. Junior Congregation v\ ill coniluct service*. — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler i rlda> 5:80 and 8:J0 p.m. Ouesl spiritual leadei Rabbi Herman M. Cohen. Sermon: "The Lust Prophet." Balurdaj 'J a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Itth St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. l'riilay 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Mow Much Pacifism can < %  Practice, in tho W-rld Todaj V i TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordeeal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. lriil.i\ 8:15 p.m. Cantor Brown will conduct :i Hinging Sabbath, "Sing unto the Lord .i New Song." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Bteven, sou of Mr. :iit. 1 Mrs. Allan Bernstein. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maysr Abramowiu. Cantor Edward Klein. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and) Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "AniiSemltlam, Jewish Education, un^l Happiness:" Saturday s. IS B in. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Nermandy dr. — • — Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. • 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th Daniel M. Lowy. St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein, FYlda) vi". p.m. Sermon: "Treasures FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. • — Friday 5:15 and 8:13 p.m. Rabbi Itosenfeld ili review "Allyah," by Howard Morles Sachar. Saturday 8:30 a.m, ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday ."•:!."• and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'How About :i iht ck-up'.'" Saturday • :" a.m. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. f Jewish Wisdom." Uneg Shubual host: Miami Lodge ol I'.'nii B'rlth In honor ••! president, Samuel I .!/.• i Saturday 9 a in. • — TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. SSfJina, V •: %  • %  ".;.: ;;" r..n,!;:" :!;: %  TEMPLE ZAMORA: z. m „..vjL etuwlon will follow al Oneg Shal Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Canton but. Saturday :• a.m. Bai Mltavah Ben Zvi, l iv the rlutv ol : man to prepare i: .„ .„,i „„j ,u, 1..1,, Krle, son "i Mr. and Mrs t!i %  lay 8:13 p.m s.run.11: "A Wise reading is to start, and then looks Bergman. Mlncha 5 p.m. son ilaketh a tllad Father." SaturFrldnj S 15 p.m, Sermon: "The Importance of Itelng i"iisi." Saturday ll a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven, son •< Mr. iiinl Mrs. Sldi ej Shapiro. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 5500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. I rldn> 8:30 p.m Sermon: "Walla." Slsterl I will host the Uneg Shabluit. baturday 9 .. m. IS a joyous feast on the day he ., and makes {he ^ &[ privileged to circumcize his son. From the context of the aforeter which he looks at the script and mentioned passage in the Midrash the reader reads the portion for jl can be gleaned that the purpose him The reason for looking away i of the teas) is to demonstrate that during the first blessing is so as we observe the commandment of to prevent the illusion which may Circumcision with delight. Circumbe evident to the onlooker, that he cis.on. being a surgical operation, is reading the blessing itself from as far as iimechanics are conthe Torah. since such is not the cerned, would normally be a matcase, %  • • ter of deep and grave concern such RS any other operation would be. Why must one hold onto the handles However Since it is a fulfillment of the rollers while making the of a basic Jewish religious comblessing over the Torah? Usually, when one makes a blessSon Maketh n tllad 8:4.1 a.m, Sermon: "I Sleep But TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall j,|, Heart Wakettt." dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi — • — Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles | TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Kodner. p.m. Sermon: "How Happy, though Married." Saturda> II .i in llai Mltavah Jai k, Mr. -mil Mrs. Bernard Rosenblatt, — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYwnon • %  < s 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Krlna) K:l.> p.ui oomon: "When Rite Rigl Saturday u a.m — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. SonilanO Ha.I, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Hit.i.i Morris Skop Cantor Herman Cottlieb. Friday s:13 p ll I Iui si spi aki I' l... II,(iraiiburd, psyehlatrlsl ••! the South l lorlila Btati Hospital, on "How %  • Avoid and Ovi ing over something one should hold in m his hand so that it is ,', !" g*i; JJ^ R demself evident that he is making tne s [ul ,„ ,,, ; „ „ ,„ sermon: "Strug the said object. t Inmandment. it is necessary to demonstrate that we do not treat it asurgery bu( as a sign of the coveffiXTaJZA S&ST.JS TSTfaKg? ^ t, as i.i. I, .,,,.1 ., .ev l.u Cantsr David Conviser. whv do many people look away is related to each and every Jew. Prli|:is :15 |im s ,,„„„, T ,„ ,,„. .u V...U „,k. n makina Holdins it indicates a sense of own.. i %  ,,, %  ,,. arj oi th< imti i Nafrom the Torah when making i ,1..,,,,,,, '"' Resolution on Palestln. Satthe first blessing before the ei ship and thus ne Jew demon ,,, „, ,., r.Inino of the Torah' strates thai the Torah is actually M i m.i Mi Edv d iTS^t*; 1" the indivihis, given to him tradition is that the individual com" up to the Torah. grasps Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. P in Sermon; "Future Servlees will be conducted i. I'nlted Synagogue Voutli followed hj Installation of officers Oneg Shabo.it hosted bj thi t'SV. — • — VEHUOA" MOSWF 1SS0 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Ftiila> 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Somethins; New." i >II.--: Shabbal host: Sisterhood. Saturda} B a.m, — • — YOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber. Frldaj 3:13 p.m Baturday 10:80 a.m. Sermon: "Uur Heritage." Mlncha ,":15 p.m ii! CANDUUGHTING TIME 3 Kislav — 5:11 p.m I'I bs the Almighty. .TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW j.l J



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' Friday, November 30, 1962 r **>*Hn>r/riid!c]tin Page 15-.--. f LEGAL NOTICE %  in' CE 3V PUULICATION Ml r (*-'_ 'T COORT OF THE "i)TH L'P'C'AL CIRCUIT OF na DA IN AND FOR DADE "NCEKY. No. 62C 122&6 Kit. '.. IN SU'T FOR DIVORCF \|M,KN • • ST1N ... ,-,. %  • itiir • • ... t ,' I ... lM'i'1 •Ml %  1 lift .. >|)1 1)1 pi,., iiii' iii IIIII ,.•1 the Ir.i'l I r| fill • i %  : l mil A 1I--.V %  %  %  | .. il,. .,, til I %  • her, I! US i N i • bv default %  ... i. ki n agii i" i "" i"'' thi „,i i in •!,. Kill nmulalnt ,, | nhall he published once PI k • %  • 'i, week* • H:\VISH II.I RIDI \N s K \M' i ii:i IERKI > ..i Miami. i |||| I3th il ii nl November, • %  • i: li LEA THERM \N. n< rk, i -...i: •. I •, I' : I loritla It) C I' i i (PELANI' 11, %  i,in \ i lerk -i.KK It PERDIE %  \. -1 i-"i. %  %  .-• %  %  i, I Ida II 18-23-30, 12 : N THF C'RCU'T COURT OF THE Lf VFNTH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No 62C '1787 .1 .,I-I : \ nnoDMA \. .iinlin. -. M'N IH >V1TZ, I endant NOT'CE nr SUIT i I'BN.I VMIN ISi 'i >\ I '" %  %  %  l|| |t|i .-. Itotil." l Ml.H I KN I W1IN I.-''i 'VITZ III MoS %  '••' %  I, Kloi i il \t:I: HKH HIV S %  I ; ... %  ,„• %  v Ion HIST \ VNI: %  VRS'S icci "into tin ,-r rdi %  in I'lal Hook I". Page II ..• • %  |" ll.Hi K. ill is ill I '."!•• %  •. %  ":< i ,.i • %  .i I ,i thi i i • iii. ami s i'U -il' rei %  i yorr Answer %  i %  • • %  • i. • i rk of I he lltftVt ; •ti led Court and t "\ • H I ,i> |,.., ill II .IIII.TII. y-s, \ I. :RT U !\ KINTItAl i: .n.l A JAY ll'S'ltM.. SI? s.. ill \ Ti n-t Knl-Iii<, Miami '•-. Ilvrlda, nnl later than iTiti da> f IMS. i" l.fnu't of which %  will taken %  hi >ou I'ATBI' IT MIAMI. Kl.irRlDA, tills 1 lay of Xv< mbei. 1962 K II I K v PUKRM \N i ut i-.i! i. I laili i 'mini! !• i' ila lit K M I.YMAN | ,. ;, %  | Iff I l-f % %  I I:T I. w KIN'THAI'll i \ Y CRIST' 'I. %  s. eurll > Trust Hide. % %  1, I i Ml. A Jai <'ii-i.-1 my LY H5NRY LEONARD i i I f LEGAL NOTICE :N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'D I IN AND I OK DADE COUNTN. IN CHANCERY No. S-'C 111 Kill S A \ IN11 I i i|l\ ,' HI I'-' IN nil iiI r..>• 1 1 X hI I. ami %  ;•%  uttiE < KR7.Y7.\SI > ; K liZVZ VSIAK ,AT rl Jl'AXA i Al '.'i III I .. %  NOTICE OF SUIT l"tl DUN '; i ISi iX an I i I I'.M >N 11 marrii il, ItKSII iKSf K 'Ms' Nl i\V \", ami KH7.Y55AXIAI\ I !/YZ\M.\|i K %  l;i sll'K.SiK INKS' iW \ It i||v\ anil II d< ail, thi uiiUii.'Mii j R lit • %  • i -. i • i fill 111! 1 ""NOTICE PY PUBLICATION ill •'" ••< %  nlmvf |N THE C]R cuiT COURT OF THE lllllll.'.l • 'I" %  '-"] ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT C r You i'. > null,,I that il" | FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE "And since these are times that demand great courage in the pulpit ... I now wish to state unequivocally, that TRUTH is TRUTH!" Copr. IMS, EOVMU r-wJiKlieni mmmmmmmm ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jfc H ; iff Mr irSrliicitl solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage end guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial ISS J-lfi05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C '2283 i i il iN i: V M 11,1.Kit, PI iln \ a i M M:Y I. MII.I.I:I:, l '.f. ndant. su i FOR DIVORCE I Ti MARY I. Mil l.l I 1 MAI.1 I. Mil Ifled that a I i" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. 5T568 C IX UK Katati"i II KI.KX l.l'K \'SY .,. w ; .i:i.iii:\i, i.., NOTICE TO CREDITORS ., v I '.• %  illl I All l'i i—i"Uai imn ... i' .• ..\-.i %  '-' Said INtllti : You notified .."'1 n %  .. %  i ,i lalm i ... mil,, u-hh ..' ii n %  .-. • •. ||. M l.l,.'-' v .111,,,,,, wu ., |..,„.,...ii.-in .1.% %  ,l !."• %  of Pads II ,..i to ^. ri •• I'IMI I Idi in tin I ountj I : %  %  I •., of I %  idi founti il"" -•"; %  • %  %  hi liill of fomidaini on the I'lalntth.li •'•• '' '.',".', Utorney. VXUEI. • \ Vl.l. I i %  •-• "<•' •' • ItulidlnK, Miami 3S, hlorlda, %  '' %  • • %  '•'" %  '< %  % %  ,„i ni,. ih, orimnal AIHWI I ... ,' ih. fl n n -••" %  %  "' %  >" thi %  %  •. ; • • win'" Hi??; 1 .• ....... rt.„ of l>. ..ml,.-. -J 11 "•-. VAX l.AM'l.'.lll-M tn .! %  no. tudrmml by default "ill A-I..' Inia' %  • % % % %  MXSI.KR I! r'KRIHK, Attorney V %  I t ,, 9 .l.SJ-80|offlfe in th Dadf i" %  •nut .II • Inni I action ha* l en in.,m-! you in the Circuit font i ,,r thi Kli i • n' h .ludli i.ii i ir.ini of I 1. i i.l.i III and i" l lade County to I..... I.... ;, IlloltBIIKl' upon 111.Ilioll :-. ,1 urolll Lot I". Him k I". fCTI.KR IlirwiK, SKCTH 'X I'll K, :i coi-dlnu i" U" I'lat thei. of, i. li .1 in I'lal Hook lilt, al l'a f the I'nl.lii Ri i ri. i,| I '.i i. i '• unt j. Hlorlda, lorr i'li Vi netlun lillndx, w. 1i.i,i i ,\. i. & Sui fai • %  l'ii t So jntiu You an rei|iilreil In file your answi : %  i" I'la H Iff* imi'lalnt lili the •]. • of Hi,, afon Id Co -. \ ,i IMipi • %  f ll|i.,|l ||l|| utlfl M UtTIX r INK. I'll Moor n. rVdi nl l-.ldK., Miami %  -. Mor|i| n no| later than I %  • %  •• IN '". IPS2 .. i ., I'ru i 'onfi KNI w ill I" en |. .1 ||H II %  ••II 11 \ l'i:i • Sol emlii r T. r l; l.l-: VTIIKR.MAS !•;, i, i ih, i 'hi nit Court ,., nl) 11 K M I.YM IN i leputy Clerk \l VRTIS I'lNi: '. i Iih I']... 1 idi !•• '1. ml HI I-:. Mill I %  i .l.i %  %  i.|i NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 57682-B IN RK: Kal MARY \ 'INN i-. ,1 I',. All CIT.I tors and All IN oi llav%  ;, linn .. i > %  %  '> Aaaliifl > COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11803 SIS VXXK '.'I INN, inf. IK. \l .'.I: A II \\' i.H'INN. I'. i. ndunt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I', i \i '', rsT v HAY ijl INN Id Terra livllu i ilma, Calif nl in You, Al His r\ HAY Ql'INX, %  iiotifu I %  hat ii I -ill of Coi I .l.i in t for l'i..'.. IIIbeen fl ..: %  :i ml > i -u are required -, 1 4 ,, ,,|,> of j lur .Vnaw ei or Plea inin i he Kill "i i "onipl ilnt "ii • Plaint i %  iii,. ni, v. ll.i bei i B. w imky, :. Klm-aym IUlend!n in the ofiii %  nl thi Cli .i tii,. Circuit %  "ourt on or b, fore i ..| I i. .ill.. : •' If > ... judfi'' • ni by di fai %  I. .i_.iin>i you lor ih' unded In the lllll of Co plaint. tk-i ~ 11. %  11 INpublished oi fou ... tlVi %  '' I %  II PHK IKW ISH 1 l.i'KliUAN. \'i; VNIl iiRIiKIIKll m Mlai i .i.,v ..i Noveml A.I). I '-. i l l.K ATIIKKM VN. Clerk, ni. I >ade County, Plori iv, ,,h H> : C I'. '< H*Ki*AND, llep.lt.! HKRBKRT R w I l.l IN SKY • | i : • i L' III i II t i f I 1 ,; 11 !>-l-2 :.. laki n asainel r th< relief ided in the lllll i -li.,!l ;„• published .-ii' %  each ivek for foui conwoutlvi %  •!<.•< in PHK jKVl ISH KM •!{ 11 HAN. PONE AND CiRDKRKI) al M'anil, I-.. rlda, thin I Ith da) nl So!. mbi r, All 1 • r H l.i VTIIKRM \ N. f|, i k, i i 'onri. l '.ni. .inn l i i ni. |:> i' r '•' 'I 'I i. \.\'l • |leput> \\... \ \l Alnelei M I Vtl .-. foi I'll il 18-2Sin, :: : TO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -. %  PICK is IIKRKIIY 'liv KS that ; ,i. rlam 'I. ill Hll 'I' in \ \ \ i Kltlti •. • undi r the flcl • ,1 K,.| |., nvlhlllt) Co anil ,.,I Ri ,,.. blllty lii-.nr im • %  ,. i... ...:. Miami ..'. Plorintendi to reglxtvr -"' namea the r rk nl the Circuit Court ie Count) I"l". \ HERICAN l.i'I'-'.KS. INC. A IloIKl. %  i'..| IH.I.lllnll Hole Owner R w KARI.I K v fi Applicant \w mil Ki Ha. i IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12197 | j I w ri: vxciscn ritRo, Intlff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. f7519-B IN RK I:.-!.' • JOHN A. MAI M alao known im ,n iHX A MALM, IK. I ii %  .,-, ,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditora and All Pers-ons HnvImn or l '• %  i.-ii.ilARiilnal Said mati v.. ., hi %  by notified and > %  ., i,, i,i. -. in an.! 'aims ami '1, .. which you IIIII.! have aaainil H,||\ V MALM, also „un a.11 HIS \ MAI.M. JR., 'I' .,-. ,i I it, of I i.i. I. %  llll> I • i mt.i .lii'l--' of Pud' i • ill, -IIIII,i i l'i, i offlceH m ii,,. Count; %  'mil tlm %  -• In I >ade i i i,i i. ,: hln i call idar inthM from illdate of thi %  eof, "itin %  '.' It, i .,...I l.l.ll.l.i \N M MAI.M SI I iX KY riin 'Ns is. Atiorni y -: HldK Mill 11/16 11 16-33-30 I! 7 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF | FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 11231 MKI.AK MI IRTU \HK iltl'i IRATII IX >K l'i.' >RI1 'A, ntll v.--. itr T KlN;si;ri:Y III. %  man, 'I. ndant NOTICE OF SUIT ISORKRT T KINi'.SHI ItY 111. RESIPENCK IXK.NUU ,\. and Lnknown apouei ol aaid di'feiiol m iri i, '1 and alive and if iti. unknown he ra, di 11 n eea, .,ilu ne *, llenol .*-. .. ,i • h, r ilalmanii hrou|h, '. I% %  .it-'.iinst -in'"I ,i defend, nta who are NOTICE OF PUBLICATION \\ \ 1 KKKi '. im !' %  II \ Y City, X.Y \..l AM II It It' • • Wen! Vpari :. \. v.. k Ity. %  '• N v fn,. your nrn-wi Miami 32. I i-,-,. with thi • thi abi N NOTICE UNDER • ( FICTITIOUS NAME LAW A Klo N %  | S UK IKIIY 'UN KN that |or tM-iore i • i. %  r J ......... : .. 4 in ,111 be tuk i-r the fh lltlous na • I. M .. ,,i VI.ITY \! IRE ''I-' 'I'll COMPAXY I-., • N .%  ,„ .,, ,..; \',.,-,|, WH S.th Ulan I"l. • i'l.i _Intend a i" reBy,iu, ,• i ,. you, arc hen by id r< 'iiiii' 'I i" pri HI in any lalniM and demanda which '". or either % %  you, ma) ha' -,iH. %  M \l:1 V C.CSS dei %  a-.' i \ I IK "o int> Ilot nl i. l" the i i .i 'i-'iiin .luditcH --i I 'ads Countv, and file the name in theli Count.! Courthouae In Ida, iiliin -A nlii.la. lion Ills from the dat< -1 thi 1 II iliol I %  of SunI ilainin ,.r ileinamls ;.. contain the Icual ad,lr, SM of th, liilmani .. i> 1 I" be soi n Ifi i id pi %  senled .iafore* ol .linn will i barred, p.ited N-.v. inli.-r ".. A.P. 1982. w w INS i-i i\ tsrxx, sit. \Kxi cutor "i flu i-i-' Will and Testament ,.i MARY A. HINN .1. .i^,.i| l-'irst piiblicatloi November %  '. 1963. M M:\ IN I. \\ IKXER An. II ne) for Kxi %  r :•]:: Alliali v I'.l'l-.. Miami 12. Kin. II 1-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTIfK IS IIKKEBY GIVEN that the umleralRned, desiring i" eiiKage in biiHlnexH under thi fictitious name "f Regal Vending Company al 118 South NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ %  i-i i: i^ HKRKKY UIVEN tl L-rtrlllg to n^.iK-' i, m m, -. M ti rii i!ti..ns name VSSOCiATKU AT TO PARTS at 14. .N \\ -i Ti i wee, Miami. Klorl in;, ii.i. in II ti r -ai'i name v III,CII r the fir ill '"l'i 1 "f l'H'l.nii'v. Klorlda. Ki.'..' 'I Itn ,l KQI'IPMENT CO. (Soli i w nr) SKYJP It'll I.i i.\i >.v i for Applicant II 16-23-30, 1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HKREIIY GIVEN ti the in s igned, dealring i" engage laisin-~ under the fictitious name HI I'si'.V APARTMENTS at 130-151 lilt, n iI-register said nai u ith tin ., k .-I im 'lrcult 'i" ,.f l>.i,l, i '. %  inty, Kloi Ida. MKI.VVAY', INC. It!: .lack Malamuil, Pn B. HENRY V. KAMI' Attorn, I for \i, livas Inc. li 18-23-30, 1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVEN tt the undersigned, dealring m engage West th Avenue. Miami.J Kjorlda, In,, I1M ,„_ ,.,„,..,. ,,„. f lc tiUoua name t, ii.N |n reglatei s.ii.l name With the Clerk "f iln Circuit Court ol Dade i 'ouilt! Kloi Ida I. \7. \i:rs SKOLNICK, Sole iwner 11 16-23-30 12 T K II I K VTHEHM VN. f .,:.!) II! K M A MAN I i, pul IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57379-B %  -. i:V VVOl.r "NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  I ., \n ,•.,..1.1,,iand All IN r> 'l ilma or I', inandAgalnal Sal I IMC. herehj • %  'i-l nnd rei '""' .'*: which you a • • hui i asaiiist n ,-ii the Clerk of the I .. County, Klorlda Ti '.M It' 'K V. %  %  Owner Ml I'.' 'N i I -ilB, 31 IW 111 t Oobl n in, (loldate n ••> I"iicili r Iteglairanls eet bove nan-. i a • 1 i-eased late of I' .ii,hen i m tlfU •! that the the • int ..,,.1 HI' Mi. sain. In thi • •\.. aptl ned n has been In-• you 'ii the Civ. nil • nf ii., Kli lenth Judicial I "lr%  -it ,.i Klorlda in and tor liade t:ouni.-r,. loee a mortgage upon the A |ng II. .. in... i real propi i '' %  lt 13, In Hln. k :•: of CAROL CITY, a ordlng to th, I'l.n thereof, re%  urtled in fat Book %  :. il pagi i be r ibllc R., .'is nf l lade i iunty, iloi Ida 1 ..a are i. -II. %  I t-, file your an• to plaintiff's complainl with the ,.i tii. .ii. .i • ild Court, i i th. i, ,.f upon ni v M VRTIN i N i:. 'iii Ki .I. ut later I bei I". 1062 I', r • r .. Confeaso \ill -i :.. -ii %  • \ ,,ii. : l-,l, November 7 E B l.K VTIIERM IN Cl.-i k • i the i 'll nil "ourt 1 • al) I I. >i l.l MAN ty Clerk VRTIN FINE .1 ..lintltf KI Bade I .1. ral llldg. I .'-I ;,|.i 11 -J-J tl,.Counts fourth mse In Dade Count! Kloii.U month. •' '' "' .. ii ne ,t,..a herei t. • thi ami nUi bi bai %  'i R| >sE VVi •' %  !• Bxi %  RAY'MONP -l VVOl.K v '-'" '" v b .i-i Ihilld Miami l CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 62C 1175 Si 'KM C. ,-KAi. 'HI Nl'iS. I'lal il i wii'sVSKAI.CHCNE8, I,. t..i,,l,ini. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V,,| JAMES '' SKAI.'lll M.S. k-..n Heights, N.l .ii,. notified i %  ser\i II copj of your ... nivi :.• Complaint mod again-t you on I'lalntiffH attornej C.KI iRUE NI''H"I.\S. 612 N.W %  12th Miami. H.i.. and file original with Clerk "f Hi*Court on fore i"tb .!'> "f I"" 'her, 1982. nth, rwlsi • mplaint "ill he confi used hi you LlATKD NO\ i; B 1 K VTHKRMAN, Clerk ,...,1, 11.1 f P "IKI.ANIi i:v Cleik 11/9-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57689 IX RK r %  • MM11A 111 ,1,1 I' > I NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  ..; tor* mi.I Ml Persons Having claims -. I'-ni.in-Against Said I l-'.st.i • .II %  .. Iii i. i.\ notified and reI quired '• ,; claims and demands which "HI ma.) have agnlnst tl„ si.,:, ol M \KIA UAI.I.I CCII i, fount.v. rlori,l.i. t-. | he founty Judg, s of 1 ade ..ml file the .-.'ii" n tin IIIII the fount) fourth I I i,,,i. i %  in-.-. FIOI Ida, i'imi -iv ral. n lai iiioinlis fi the date ••< ili>fir-t publication hereof, rr the name will l"' barred I'AI'l. i; M.l.lVi'ln l".\,. ut. r PACXCE, KINK ,\ li'KMAX Attorn, %  1 .' %  :' i 'ongi ess Rldg. Ml.inn 32, I da 11 23-30, 12 7-11 IM. \.\.N -.1 iii i RES -ii 2680 S.v 2itn Ti race. Miami. Klorlda Intent •... registei said name with the Cli „t the Cln :ii Court ol Dade Conn' %  III. i.M \S W. Sllll'TON I R1EH.M VN & %  SHAPIRl > n, i s for I hn.i \\ Hhipton II 18-23-30, 1' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  K IS III '' ^ N "'•'• %  .i iioi s '";,"'..( tb. Cln '" 1 '' i'i. • Id K.lv. ,; i : HENRY \ K VMP 1 lor i-i I tJ-IO 11 %  IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANC FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 62C 12483 1.1'ISV UBMESAR. %  1 i \i::,ns i.KMKSAi;. i'. %  • ndant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I. i i' u:i.i IS REMESAR \i'|ii;i:ss I'XKXOWN VI ,' V 1! l.i i S KKMKSAH, a. .-inknown, are required to fl'-' lour answer to the complaint for d %  -,... vIth ti"Clerk of the ah i • op) then of upii UINO P. NEUKBTT1, Attorney, 91 • gi-eas Ithli Ill N E 2nd A> nm Miami, Horida, on or before D • iiln-r 28th, 1062, or else compea* i an ..ni, --. ,1 Hated this 20th day of Nov. nf K i: l.K. VTIirUMAX i 1, ,,f the Circuit Court leenlj B) C. P. col'Kl.AND llepllt! I "i, i k il :'::-:i. U/T'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITIC tb.undersigned, desiring t.' engage In i in -under the fictitious name Of KI I LEASING CO. inol in.I at I1V0 S.w -'ii Street, Miami, Florida. In|SAMl EL MILLER, CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA No. 62C 12489 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW ,-, is HKUBISY till N H : t IS Y -ItIt A NC x u %  %  Miami, I i. ml to reglater said name ith the i i, %  k of thi Circuit Court ol I '."I'll, rlda II,I Ml IT' HIS, IXC, fl Kla. i orp. SMITH ,v M VXDLER Vtttornevs f,-'Kli Motors, [no. Lincoln Road Ml BM F W *,| M-JO-lt/T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XtiTICE is llflf i:t C.I! "'" th. undi rsii Ing to engage in II, tltious name nl .-U'^'KV' n, Intend to rafiaur ...... ,„,,,,Id name w th the Cli rk of tl u w I:PM \s .•v. own i 12,7-H li 28-30—12 7-11 Plaintiff, HARRIETT MILLER, i,, t. ndant. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION YOV, HARRIETT MILLER, II. B"ii "ii Ptalntlfl atti i I1EI >lti. K NICHOLAS, I S.W ih Ave., Miami, l-'l.i and t i il with Clerk ol this i 'ourt i i'i mber, if'-:', ,.tl mi \. ill be conli BSI -t DATED Xoi, 1962 K II I R VTHERM VN %  I, of ih. Circuit Court |g, ,li U) l< M. l.YMA.V. I ii ut) Clerk l I 83-80, 2/7-11



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Friday, November 30. 1962 + kwlclh n^riritmr Page 7-B § '• 4 i. National Council of Jewish Women Sections Plan Meetings for Wednesday Meetings <>f ;ill Greater Miami Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Joseph Klein Section Divisions, National Council ol Jewih Women, will be hold on \\ edrcsday, ace i to Mrs Raj • ii11mil Rubin, Section president Council's overseas program which assists Jewish communities pi road to train lea lership i ir edu cation and social welfare service, v. ill inpresi ntt In | nenta in ol these servici i man pos ible through grant' to the J< hn De ey • %  (tt L e members ol tne blood bank ot the Division Chamber of Commerce of Surf le, Ba! Haiboui, and Pay Harbor Iscept pledges from prospective donors. ji Si left to right) are Mrs. Fred Katz. chairman. Mrs. Waiter Shweitzer, and Mrs. Milton Levinson, president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Essie Wolis, Mrs. Daniel Wolff, and Mrs. Martin Bloch. ipresident oi the group islands Division will hear Victor I! Lindlahr, author and nutrition* al the home ol Mrs Ja< k COUP UK V. : ; -• Sunset Is* (l :> Mi i tin^ is sche uled tor p.m Mrs Dan Wax is presiI Lincoln Division will %  in, Seci E mcation ol thi Hebrew I'm'" : 1 i' 1 Ul11 be versi tiding ol a new S500,' eld al hi I Hotel al noon. 000 practii teaching High School Presidenl i the group is Mrs. on the campus ol the Hebrew I niMilton Ratner versity; fellowships to professional, educational and social service Shores Div's'on theme will be workers for graduate study in the "Council Cares." Luncheon will i : ited States; and the sending of be at noon al Westview Country toys and school supplies to chilClub. Mrs Burton Goldberg is dren's institutions in Morocco through the I rogram. Israel and Ship-A-Box Women's Group Forms Blood Bank 11. isii Chamber of c merce, of Surf-ide, Bal liarand Ba) Harbor Islands, is hing a blood bank account. \ mi I ile unit from Mt. Sinai Hoswith qualified technicians loctors, will be at the New i munity Center. 93rd St. and n on Sun a; from to to 2 %  • • and their families will be • i recei e the benefits of : bank Pledges can be • the >' ter 1 efore Sunday. mi thi committee are %  d Kati i hairman, Mrs irnold. Mi Edward BurBloch and Mrs. i ... Sugarman Mrs. Milton nsohn is pr sident. lonors w ill be gu< sts of the \ omen's Division lor brunch on unday. \ regular monthly meeting of A on en's DM isi n as held on v noon at the Surfside Hall Jeanne Ney, author and %  o| astroli gy, spoke on al Values in Finding Your hi ugh A Heart Official to Speak Dr. Marvin I. Meitiis. chairman ol the public education commission of the Greater Miami Heart Assn. will -peak Saturday evening, 11:35 p.m. over Radio Station WCKR. Dr Menus will discuss the Function of. Your Heart Assn 'Day at Races 1 For Hadassah A "Day at the Races" at Tropical Park will be .sponsored by the Miami Chapter of Hadassah on on Monday. Post time is 1:30 p.m. Bay Div ; sion will meet at noon m Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrs Emanuel Rothbart is president. • a Coral Division will meet at 11:30 a m„ for lunch, followed by a book review and games, Funds raised A -pecial Hadassah race will be will go to the Ship-A-Box program. Mrs. Bernard Yesner is president. president. South Dade Division will have a dramatic skit presented at their coffee in the home of Mrs. Samuel Fishkind. 6300 SW 120th St.. at 0:30 a.m. President is Mrs. Marvin Zank. 3eth David Breakfast Louise Wise Chapter Meeting run at I p.m., and the winner will be presented with a trophy by Mrs. Joseph Milton, president of Miami i hapti Chairman of the day, Mrs. Max Louise Wise Chapter, American Jtwish Congress, was to bold its Swartz, has placed tickets al Easl ilar meeting this Thursdaj Coast Fisheries, 360 W Flagler; at the Lombardy Hotel rraurig Insurance Agency, 3031 Mrs. Herman Feller, president, Coral Way; and Low's Appliances, was to conduct the meeting follow:.n w Flagler. Icwins a discussion group gathering at 10 15 a.m., in the card room ol the hotel. Harold Kramer, director of the beast lie-ion ol the American Jew isb I ingress, was to be guest speaker He was to discuss ins recent lour to Israel Mrs Anna K White was to lead Proceeds go to Hadassah Medical Organization, a program ol preventive and curative medicine. which offers healing, teaching and research in hospitals and health .(liters throughout Israel. Hadass ah operates the only medical school in Israel, a school of nursing, a tuberculosis hospital, a lepthe r up in anthems. Chairman rosarium, community health clinhostesses was to be Mrs. Lillics, anti-trachoma services, and Townsend, assisted by Mrs home treatment and nursing care. Cohen. Mrs Eva Blum, Mrs ^ ^ BBMSMMSBBSSSB* I am Herder. Mrs Anne Winter nd Mis Isidore Baum. A teen-agi breakfast vvill be held al Beth David on Sunday, preceded by services in the chapel at I 30 a m. Guest speaker will be Dr. RonIndian Creek Division is planning aid Shellow, psychiatrist. 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' Page 12-A +Jelstrk>rklk]>ti Friday, November 30, 1962 Since the High Holy Days, more than 30 new member families have joined Temple Adath Yeshurun. Above, captains of the Temple's membership committee meet to discuss Adath Yeshurun's drive to enroll 100 new members. Standing (left to right) are Sam Ratner, NorIETTER TO THE EDITOR man Goiastein, general cnairman, William Mars, and Bernard Levy. Seated (left to right) are Ira Levin, Stanley Golden, Harold Ginsberg, and George Greenberg. Not shown are Robert Borg, Harvey Leifmcn, and Herbert Salzman. As a Rabbi Sees Religion in Schools EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiart: Who speakin behalf of the Jewish people on th< issiu of prayer in public i > %  1} those ho are I -:i law, I-.d thosi hi • ac h maximum s J< .-' %  • •< n ,.:.i I pi actice w hi t reach Therefore Ort rj throughout the I is not concerned nference <>i %  i] al Cinibject. ind i %  < i -. has disassi > from the Jew i-h Cones not i | • Torah REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Gft--' • f. Oldest Supp! Hobrtw & San JOI. Wbil -'fail ISKAtli OlfTS /'. HOVtiritS 4 Wash! JE i 9017 views in this matter, or in an) other issue that requires legal reruling, Lei ii be on the record that Orth x Jew rj inot a party to anj litigation. Lei it be known thai Torah law does not have lo protect the atheists and agnostics Let it be on record that Torah law does not prohibit non-denominational prayers, Let it be known that the reading of passages from the Old Testament is favored by Jewish law. Any group or individual who instigates the prohibition of reading passages from the Old Testament is violating Jewish religious law. Voluntary religious practice does not violate the Constitution. Ii itrue that Orthodoxy dot Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS • %  • P. us Supplies for "oo's cS P. Iti WASHINGTON AVE. %  mi Beach JE 8-2840 have the vocal machinery and the public relationmedia similar to that at the disposal ot the American Jewish Congress, but once and for all let the public know thai this gri up has no authority to speah m behalf 11 Jewish religious issues It and when the Dade count) religion-in-the-public-schools control ersy should reach the I" S Supreme Court, it will he done by people who have delegate I all the duties of the home and that Of the parents to the schools and the teachers. This delegation of duties is 'he core ol our fallacy and 'he decay of the American home. The AJC argument that religion belongs in the home sounds sweet, but are the homeof the AJC people religious? Religious parents and i'i ligious children do not hi • [eat to tx i xposed to another not hesitate to children to a school that I i aches relig ioi c en nut ih; ny own, I I %  %  hibits God. RABBI TIBOR STERN Beth Jacob Congregation WINNER OF FOUR NATIONAL AWARDS Fou' time-, ojr riosiqn *Nl> COMMUNITY MAUScltlnM Mo V riSSmatier1" MO 1-7693 CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We speciolize in bui'Min-j Jewish Monumen's Our work is Guaranteed. MARKERS $ 30 r i r s 4 Includes Nome, Date end Delivery to CemMery ON 3DAYS NOTICE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Goodwill Auxiliary Women's Auxiliary of th will Industries of South Fioi will hold its semi-annual meon Monday noon at the Mi Woman's Club. A program ol day music will precede • ,. .,,. -ia llation of officers by Mr, j onn I). Simmons. Mrs. Jame \ \|, r Ban ill serve the auxih.ir ident for a third term. "" PALMER MEMORIALS I" "Miami's Only Jtwith Monument Builders" Exclusive D'oltr "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, DEC. 2, 1962 All. Ncbo Cemetery ALBERT KLEIN, tl o.rr, /<..•• %  V lakeside Cemetery MORRIS HERMAN, 1 p.r R..y I Alt. Sinai Cemetery ESTHER JACOESON, 1 30 p rVfd : PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Strc I HI 4-0v21 Phones HI 1-0'I2 0 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAI SOU I M "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETI N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd %  TU 5-1689 Wl SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 9 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 ii



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Page 16-A +Jf*i*tFhrkli^r Friday. November 2: -.ago Leaders By MAX LERNER The swirling event; of our til c nOteting winds. We try to recognize of certain %  •problems" or "questions" on which ihej Cuban question, the Berlin problem, the S viet-CI rv^e-lndian war. Sometimes we dramal like the I ; < > : unst the ers. or;: • K< medy-Khrushchov duel or the -: %  •%  chev and Mao Tse-tung. I have been Ihinkmg ol the half-dozen been most deeplj involved in the events ol • %  • \ .-.eh of them have gained m stature as a result To study the role of leaders in the drama s is like st ing the great roles ii reek and Shapes Often pit] and terror in them, ar Light on how man himself is caug Soviet Convicts More Jews For 'Crimes' Ccnrlnwtd f-jn Piji 1-A • %  : CSS 1 The latest news about de Gaulle and Adenauer is a study m contreats Most of us had expected that the 'Si egel Affair' • t.ult in the breakup of Adenauer's coalition with Eric Mende's Fre< Democratic Party, but we had not expected the revolt against Adenauer in hi.s own party Adenauer has manased in the past to survive a succession of power crises, and concervabh he can extricate himseh trosn his present one. Yet it is hard to see how. The arrest of the Spiegel's publisher Jews." was more than a violation of press freedom It was a permission to the military power in the state to run rampant over the non-miUtarj ministries ar.d the role of the law. Despite his arrogance and bluster Adenauer has shown strength and considerable vision in his 13 years I power. It this is the political end for him it is >ad to see hin end s shabbily De Gaulle, who can match Adenauer in arrogance and authoritarianism, has come up with a triumph where it was lea-t expected—in the parliamentary election? This was another disaster from the prediction experts, including many of the old Par.nav consistently guessed wrong on de Gaulle, and who ought to indict hli un C ] : : I and unusual humilations to which he has subjected them The supns*to the experts was that de Gaulle was s his | persona! into partj si Where A seems t< tx career by s % %  %  old party. De Ga the as %  • Moscow N til as Avroin f tl Heii ed in Moscow in Yiddish. %  stated that : the i SSR 2.2 j< w hav< lughi r or secondar) lucation" an I an employed in various fields." The article claimed that marly 10 percent of Soviet writer? and journali>ts are .lews, while "more than 10 pen %  : : r< According to ?He Moscow News article, mere than 7 500 Jews are depjt.es in local governmental b'aies, while some are deputies in the national legislature* of the Ukraine. Byelorussia, Lithuania arvi other Soviet Republics, reaching even into the USSR's Supreme Soviet. 1 %  %  • that more than 470.000 S t:ng > ktisch H< y foi is rounding out his career by g CNR party-the Li -' I copies, the i New Republic—a solid foundation h as the leading French St! party of the decade ahead. It is s id to ight) champion'• I : \' -. \ rticli rre Mendes-France, and one applauds their In ,, • %  • %  .:. je is not en Jess it it wedded mem. ir • • ins In another world area tragic drama is being enacted on the collapse of the dream of peace that Nehru and his India havt Nehru's greatness came in the gaining of India's indepx-ru from Bril in later laying i foundation for national unity But it ij the hammer blows of the Chinese army that haw : Nehr reluctantly what other Ind for some I • •< communism is expansu hma cannot allow an India to i\:-t which is making a success le a democrat ework, and that China's war againsi India .not I ler war but a total war Mao Tse-tur. war lordwho h.v • -lit upon the Indian peopK -• i b LIT of triumph, not only over Nehru i successfu ar linst India will mean Chine* It is time for rid leaders to treat the < the Indians major aid. and not to wait until the Chilli so much that they will have to he rolled back, aspect of tin ir which cai Is tlx way to which I an people themselves have risen crisis T1 test test in N< people in their agoi -I direction whi Free Frew rchill the Brii --: I • • • Amidst these dramatic confrontations the greatest of all is being j %  Khrus I Kennedy. 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by ISABEL GROVE Juests at a reception in honor of Rabbi Leon .ush held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JaRifkin in behalf of the Greater Miami MedCenter to be built in Beersheba, Israel, in.0 (left to right) Mesdames William igicnov. Trudy Hamerschlag, Anna Brenner levers, Zeev Z. Dover, Moshe Berman. Paul Gcrdcn. Jacob Rifkin and Leon Kronish. The women are leaders of the campaign to raise S2OO,C00 for the medical center, sponsored by the Business and Professional Council cf Kupat 1 o'.im-Kistudrut. Mrs. Meyers is chairman. Mis. Dover is the wife of the Israel Consul ior the Southeastern United States. Happy family reunion for the Judge Milton Friedmans away from home Daughter Judv accompanied her parents to South Carolina where son Ronny, a junior at the University of North Carolina, joined them in Columbia, completing the family circle with son Ken, a freshman at the U of South Carolina Thanksgiving was spent with Sylvia's sister and brother. Mrs. Ted Solomon and Henry Stern and their families Then the Friedmans spent some time on the campus Of the U at Chapel Hill and saw the Duke vs. North Carolina football game Greeting Judge Friedman on his return was the very pleasant news that he had been selected by the National Association of Municipal Judges to l" jar.-. ists iliis week at their i Uoi i convention being held at the Fc tainebleau 400 judv.from all over the U.S. will gat • hi one of only two judges Florida who has been asked -peak. i Happy 85th birthday to pion .' Miamian, Mrs. Isidore Cohen In the 67 years she has lived he >, Mrs. Cohen has watched the ar. and organizations grow, and 6 and her family have had me than a little bit to do w both She was first president Hadassah, founder ami presid" "1 National Council 01 Jew' •a e %  tli of it %  i Continued on Page 6-B th< 'W oman s IJJorU sF {Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, November 30, 1962 Se: \. WORKSHOP SESSIONS LAUNCH DEUBtRATiONS 'Family Life' Conference Tuesday p.e Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans its sixth annual Eternal |ht luncheon Dec. 5 at the Algiers Hotel. Standing (lett right) are Mesdcmcs Louis H. Stailman, prizes.-^ Eugene %  iwarz. chairman; Paul Wilson, seating; and lack Shaw, ->rjTam. Seated Heft to right) are Mesdames Louis Cohen rid Louis Gold, ticket co-chairmen. Not shewn is Mrs. Lud. j Kosterich, table decorations. "How to Succeed in Sis%  :nood Without Really Trying," by Tnxie Levin, featuring Ithe Temple Emanu-El Players, will be presented at the luncheon. %  [or the se ond annual i ilj Life" conference of the -. Committee of Jewish Familj and Children's Service have I r, n announced by Mrs. David Kirsh, conference chairman. Bach I the three morning work, shop sessions will feature paneli is who are professionals in their fiel : and a lay person who is familiar with the problems discussed, The conference will be held on Tuesday at the Everglades Hotel. i> ith registration at 9:30 a.m. The sessions are open to the public, but advance reservations are requesti %  !. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Alan Cohen Mrs Irving Fell, president of I'S Committee, announced thai workshop topics and their participants .ll include the follow"Adolescence—Is it Necessary?" —TaneliSiS .ire Solomon Lichter. principal of Ida M. Fisher Junior High School; Ivan Cohen, member ol the JFCS staff, and director of the agency's Child Care program; and Mrs Milton Margulis. Chairman is Mrs George Jacobson. Recorder is Mrs. Allan Herron. "Marriage—Community Pressure Pot"—Panelists are Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, long-time leader in women's organizations and community affairs; Mrs. Stanley Ersoff, a v orking mother: JFCS staff consultant, Mrs Florence Sinclair; a n d Mrs Benedict S is Mrs. Li il< %  man. RecorJi r is Mrs. I "The Silver Lining in the Golci, Years" — Panelists are Mar' a Schreiber, o\< cutive din cl >r if day cent.".of Ha.it t our." Jack Frankenstein, district dir • tor of the Miami Beach office of JFCS; and Stanley Bloom, prod er, director, and script writer television. Chairman is Mrs Ray Continued on Page 4-B Sabbath Services Mark New Era for Hadassah Hadassah's second half century will be observed at Hadassah Sabbath on Friday evening and Saturday. Dec. 7 and 8. by synagogues and temples in Miami. Tribute will be paid to the late MisHenrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, by the Miami Chapter. In addition to its program of healing, teaching and medical research, Hadassah also concentrates Discussing the "Niohl in Italy" dinner dance for the Opera on ^ff^^VuSfZ Guild of Greater Miami are (left to right) Mrs. Dav.d hojrhg-JE? berg. Mrs. Daniel Schlapik. Mrs. Emil Morton, and Mrs. demption. ^ ^ ^^ Leonard Jacobson. liami Opera 'Night in Italy' Finalized Final plans for the Miami Beach lOpera Committees "Night in IItaly" dinner dance were being I made this week at a coffee at Mrs. jl'ivid Hochberg's home on Pine (Tree Dr. Architect Morris Lapidus show|


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7 age 10-B Jewish noridinn Friday, November 30, 1962 Beth David Annual Patrons Dinner Will Feature Alan Gale at Dec. 16 Event A l ,i ii (i a l e, nationally-known comedian and entertainer, will be : u.-I artisl ;ii the annual Patrons Dinner ol Beth David Congrega tion dinner dance scheduled tor Bible Seminar For Hadassah region ol Hadassah is its first regional luhl on Sunday, Mondaj and al Ihe University Inn, Discussing plans for a S90.000 campaign to complete con's' :ruction of the sanctuary and school of Temple Adath \ eshurun are (left to right) Joseph Liedman, first vice presi;ent and acting president; Morris Share, honorary chairman; C ad Abraham Kessler, chairman, who has announced commitments o! more than S25.000 to date. A testimonial diner Saturday, Dec. 8. ut the Carillon hotel will honor Rabbi onah Caplan. Dinner co-chuirmen are Mrs. Daniel Bimberg : nd Martin Grossmen. Judge Jason Berkman will be dinner t-.aairman. So. Florida Technion Hears Top Leaders Discuss Israel's Education Meed? Today srael can point proudly to it* .v frit .i'i Africa and Asia, | independent nais no themselves ol [ T< "a wellmanpowl( i res • • oi the South I \< chnion Weddaj I in the Fon.',i !i .ic I. i ..ii Alpert, as•jni \ %  %  i lent at Tech>•,> audience that Ihe ool : .:i ih.' forefront ol an oric effort i" "help these new tions ilve -< rious economic, i.il. i I, ..lid educational ibli i tsking i inothing other than :. nuir: • Israel has til,-,i thtsi m countries its help man] an is particularly in ence, igricultun and Industry, repor -rail Consul /.'' \ /Dover charerized Technion's development "a ma ior source ol strength to ael," --ii i 'in' need reins at iti for new buildin is, L*Jitories dormitories, workshops, lipmei I and books n his briel remarks, new comntator Gabriel Heatter called univi i sitj "i science and engi•:-111•_; "the hope ol a student, coir, iction ni .i teacher, the rsever i.. ol a research scien•." ;n i urged Americans "to support the educational pillar upon which the structure "i [srael ii -iident. Mi>. Louis Glasser, and banquel chairman, Al Sherwere joined b> honorary chairman, IT. II Franklin Will iams, in ceremonies hoi oi foui ', rs oi Technion The} rereived I >ra li-des : laques for support. Other participants in '.hiprogram were Dr, Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader oi Temple EmanuEl, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Ti mple Beth Sholom A special citation was presented in Meyer A Baskin, honorary presi '•m. lor his many years ol leadership to the local chapter. Israeli Art Goes on Exhibit Miami Beach An Center, 2100 Collins Ave announces the presentation of an exhibition, "Contemporarj An from Israel." under sponsorship of State of [srael Bonds Following the preview, set for Tuesda) evening, from 7 until 9 p.m., the exhibit will be open to the public through Thursday, Dec, Yurika Main, director of the lerusalem Art Center of New York City, has selected the paintings, and is accompanying ihe exhibition 1. 1 iitour ol the United StaieMis Mann will Inpresent on the %  I ening dal 1 ing th< :? exhibiting arti-is is Jacol Steinh rd( dean of Is. rtists, and winner ol the • Purchai Pi • at %  > V'enii • biennale; Man Katz, who un1. death se\ eral M i i iago, %  I with Chagall in the opinEun pean e ritics. .mil Okshi, > 1 %  :.' % %  hepard si If-taughl listicated 1 im %  %  et ol Jeru• ti and f Jci len 'emp'.e Tesns to Debate lati Frida} <\ ening ervici I Temple Menorah, the • M nil present a HI !:• Ii ion in the Participants arc Richl iedman, 1 > pi r, Mark 1 Robert planning Seminar 1 sda} 1 oral Cables Dr. Joseph .1 Hur\ itz. faculty member ol the Uni versify ol Miami, will conduct the seminar A maximum of 30 women have been invite, 1 to attend from the II chapters across the state of Florida. Participants will be taught Biblical subject matter and method, so that they may return to their home chapters to organize and lead the study of the Bible, primarily, the Hock of Deuteronomy. This portion is the subject matter for the year, according to the National Education Department of Hadassah. "A leader's guide will be provided for each seminarian." said Mrs Natalie B. Krccdman. regional co-chairman of education. 'This is a boot strap operation in selfstud) Alter the intensive sessions at the seminar, chapter leaderwill be able to instruct other women The object oi these studies 11 1 obtain from the Bible some ol the we.din ol the Jewish hern : eligion Mi Frei man, a member of t h 1 Hollywood • Ft, Lauderdale chapter ol Hadassah, was the redelegate to the National Bible Seminar in Pittsburgh last S ptember, Dr Hurwitz, seminar instructor. 1a graduate of Hebrew Teachers ( ollege, Boston, Boston University, and Harvard. He has taught in Boston colleges, and is a visiting scholar at Columbia University Mrs Irwin Liss, Coral Cable-. regional president, is assisting with arrangements. Area representativeto the seminar are Mr.-. Jacob Bernstein, Mrs. Carl Tyson. Mrs Sam Goldberg, Mrs Norman Mey. cis. Mrs Ben Ziegmund, Miss Mar. guerite Marx. Mrs Hadassah Fass ler. Mrs Rene Wa.-her. and Mrs. Robert Schoen. Mrs Sanford Jacobson 1regional chairman ol education. the Grand Ballroom of Beth David on Sunday evening Dee lti. Lewis Sternshein, presi enl of the cot n. said that the evening will i>< gin with a reception, featuring hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, at 6 p m Dinner will follow at 7. "There WMI be a minimum of speeches, ar.d the order of busiress will bo entertainment and ton, bteir.shein promised. Dancing w ill be to the orchestra erlv under the baton ol Gale, v ho has mad< inbase oi operaI ,.i a; his own Miami Beach club during recent years Phillip Sc hilt, immediate past president ol Beth David Congregation, :md current vice president in charge of fund raismu. is chairman of the Dec. It! function Proceeds of the annual Beth David atfair help meet the ongOing budgetary needs of the pioneer Miami congregation. Free Europe Trip A Major Prize The original musical comedy. "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying." will be on.of ihe highlights of the Tern pie Emanu-EI social meeting and dance on Saturday evening. Dee 8. ; %  ihe Fontainebleau Hotel Author is Trixie Levin, and tin' c;:.-t includethe \|i Ken Ball. Barbara Bessey. U i rd Glickman, Mum Koretzky, Rocky Bei %  %  %  ris Tai isov Milton Weinkle. the 1\.nic\ Fried land, Lisa Gor don, and Olivia Levin, and also Man Gol 1 1 In addition to the musical comedy, there will be dancing, ahd snacks will be served Memberwho have become Sisterhood pal riii!bv -.pecia! donations to the organization's annual fund-raising project, will be guests. Major prize "t the evening will be an all-expense trip to Europe tor two AlAN GAIE Ulpan Course At Beth Israel Ulpan coursem intensivi of Hebrew have been organizi d by the Bureau of Jewish Educat.on Courses arc now ;;iven on Monday an.1 Tuesday evenings, from 8 to 10 p.m.. at Beth Israel Co: nation. Instructorare Meyer Samber education director of Temple Ncr Tamid, and Herbert Beraer. as! Ciate director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Another Ulpan course is m t b> offered for the southwest el Miami, meeting at Beth li 1 1 regation, 2625 SW 3rd .i\< Parkinson Group Plans Luncheon Ui men's Division of the Na n Found ition v ill h • I : meheon on Saturday, in 'be Nap il< on Room 1 I 11. auville Hotel Music an I entertainment havi ini: plarned and guests will si the first-showing ol ia-bions desigred express!} for the affair !•• Soli Moustaki MrBeverl} Fischer is charit,an 1.1 ib. 1 luncheon committee Urs Sid Hirschlag 1co-chairman. Women's Auxiliary Member Affair On Wednesday evening, the Jewish War \ el' ran-. Ladies' A'.iXlli..rv oi Miami Beach, will have a paid-up membership affair honorall new members, Mis William Adelman. member -I,.; vice president, is chairman Mrs Ben Haberman, pa.-t national president, will be ^uesi speaker, ..ml Mrs Edward Lev me. State Department president, will briny greetings from the Department of I 'ida Tu lie held at the Washington Federal Savn.-and Loan Assn., %  • tertainment will feature a sweat 1 and ring fashion -how 3antor George Goldberg will • erve Flcg'.er Granadc Jewsh Cennr .'or the coming ear. S; : It al leader i~ Rab i Davi i Rosn'eid. Hy Covrman is president. luhbi April is Speaker pie Tifereth Jacob Sisterid honored Jewish Book Month %  m Wednesday evening Guest 1 1 1 k e iI! a h l> i Sim On April ol Beth Emeth l ition, re viewed "Dilemma ol the Modern ,ii w," bv Dr Joachim Prii i Around-World Cruise is Prize 1 op* ople w 1 Mi Sinai llosp I's J illei Bal • I on Dec 15 will an Vround the Worl I i raise, ac cording to Ben Kline, chairman, and Mrs Inez Krenskj gifts i h Th. prize ione ol the m,.nv features ol the ball The 52-daj trip, donated bv 1 %  B er, in Bergi r Travel \ %  my. w i ll include port stops in Hawaii, Japan, linnKong, Sing apore, Aden, Egypt, Gibraltar, and England. 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? TO e 4-A PJmdstifhrkKar Friday, November 30. U "Jewish Floridian CFF1CE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor FELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY O. BINDER Correspondent PuNlshwl evrrv Frlclny jhre 1??7 by The J*wM FlorldlkO m ISO S.E sfixth Street. Miami 1. KU ruin. BeeonS-CUu rontaBP raid at MMmi, ITorul*. The* Jewish Florict?n hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphio Ancv. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide NewtService, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. ot English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Ho: Idlan dex • nol ruarantee it\.Kaabrutk of the merchandise advertised m it* column*. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION Local Area One Year 15.00 Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 48 Friday. November 30. 1962 3 Kislav 5723 The Aged Home Expands The dedicated purpose of the Jewish Home .: the Aqed toward the achievement ot a ode! institution serving the needs oi the comunity's elderly will receive another boost up : ..nday. At 2 p.m. officials, residents, and friends the Home will gather to bieak qiound tor near million dollar improvement and exmsion program. More than SSOO.000 will shortly begin | during into the addition of two new floors to g Fack Ablin Memorial Bldg. To e community this will mean a new bed apac y at the Jewish Home for the Ageoi -_5 o: an increase of 120 beds ovei the pies.: I.'.:-o.is .u::-:.'.iy se:v.:;g as ihe living toilers for our Jewish community's institunalized .--aed. No one suggests that the outcome will be e total answer to Greater Miami Jewry's t ei-pressing needs in the area of care for CJX senior citizens. But the new facilities, the .•.growth of a master plan of expansion ensioned nearly a decade ago when the Jack Ablin Memorial was first erected, are the reialt of an orderly process of moving to meet v ese needs by anticipating them and plani ng ahead. In this regard, the launching of the ex. ansior. program Sunday is a u^ule coin to V.e Home leadership and the leadership of (sM Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under whose joint auspices the program was laid out sad launched; for Federation symbolizes Greater Miami Jewry's organized welfare and i. asaatutarian purpose, and the Jewish Home r the Aged is a central facet of this purpose. The groundbreaking Sunday is a sigrufi: nnt step forward tor the Home and the com• unity. But we aze certain that, as in the ;ast it is only another step. Better things tor cir institutionclized aged are already being : -earned in the minds of the leaders of Miami's >wish Home for the Aged. One day, they •• -.11 be a reality. The ADL's Annual Meeting The cnr.ua: rr.eeting oi the Fioridc region the Ar.u-Deiarnation League of B'nai B'rith ; -. Sunday should as in the past, provide the ;.-kg:cur.d for a lot of interesting discussion. Dwing the pest year the activities of the Jiorida ADL have figured p:eminently in the ews or. a number of occasions — from the Nazi picketlir.es set up by George Lincoln Rockwell s r.e:-..h:r.en on West Flac'.e: St., to e role it plcyed herclded by the Dade unty State Attorney s Office in the expos-e, trial, and conviction c: several local hatel .--mbers. Jewish civf: libertarian ot^aiiitations are day perform.r.g vanguard service in the ena of battle ac B forces of bigotry. "cat o: t. .< involve* c positive approach to• aid the achieverr.e:.: c: ::-.te:gioup underi amiing through a variety oi educational pro. rams ir. the ele:r.e:.t< c: basic American tocracy. Lr. these ar.i ethers .-.'.. dedicated to the ireservur.Dn of our pt of the digily o: t.-.e tree .r.v. e A:.:. Oetama--;-. LeogtM a) B*B0D 5 :.:.-. sOOC •y •-? J r:??~;-rr.: organixanoa The sess.cr-s Sunday will shed further :'i ADL's sontinauag eBorta lo protect na preserve the rights .:. a American -:::.::. with the programs BOB -.-. aonTl %  a ADL :r:ve -r z: of the --.m L Abess A\< Human Boberl Kino, H •_-.e coma to: .: ^: ; V ^ Sfii^-~ during the week ... as i stril by LEO MINDLIN JFCS Looks io Future Jewish Family and Children's Service several weeks ago announced the resumption of the agency's Homemakt* Service. Although community need repeatedly demonstrated its value, budgetary limitations forced suspension of the program some two years back. The homemaker is a capable woman who. under professional supervision, helps keep families together through acute periods of crisis. That this JFCS program has been resumed is less a sign of the bettering of Dade county's welfare fund climate than of t he agency's determination to meet community need within the major arena of its professional responsibility. Also announced by JFCS was the establishment in 1963 of the first group treatment home for emotionally disturbed children in the Southeast area of the United States, which will be operated in conjunction with Jewish Children's Service, a regional child welfare agency in Atlanta. Ga. Primary purpose will be to deal with the disturbed child who can not profit from treatment while remaining in the atmospheie of intense conflict in his own home. This newest JFCS service will be a major prefect of the now one-yeai-old Women's Committee of the agency The Women's Committee will hold a 'Family Life" conference at the Evergl Hotel on Tuesday. Preservation of family life the prevention cf family breakdown -these aie principal goals of Jewish Family and Children %  Service. They are the principal goals ot every forward-looking, community. Sad Reality of Politics Do American lews savoi theii differei oi do they genuinely seek a positive soit of integration within the American munity at large! Thero are advocates lot eai h side of the question bul the answei sems lo lie where in between Am. MI, an lew M Uve and equal acceptance as American cit and they do nol wan! Iheii ludaism lo are with the achievement ol ihis statin* All ol whit h ii K ua 0 | .... ,,,,, u,,,, no rial poll whii h seem i l< ; %  i %  foi lews In Ihe ele< lion ol Pr dei %  nedj q lo advam • %  I ition Into Ihe Amoi %  I %  esu JO REPORT an ; „| dress Abba Eban i>. t 0 .^ pelled to rt'poat verbatim; ^1 Mr. Kban's tslks. at least jjJ those I have heard and tW have been many, are large), liquid prose falling j US | ^ of-poetry. Mndeed. it frr-qnne ly matters littl. na t j| t Khan says because Ihe music of his oratory seen, Mitficiem. ly strong to sweep up and carry away his audience in a melliil uooi flow of words unrelated to the communicative purpose f rwMi speaking. That h.' also, however, makes eminent sense proiwt Mr Khan into the foreground as his government's most distinguity spokesman abroad. It hardly detracted from his status Saturday night that he is longer Israel's Ambassador to the United States and United Nations —that he is now n more "lowly" Minister of Education and Culture, and thus berefl ol the frequency ol distinguished diplomatic contact his previous wst implicit!) suggested. For when Abba I tan nwi once again in Miami to speak at ..n Israel Bond tribute in honor d Joseph Lipton. he automatically invested his remarkwith all the weight of history and aura of prophecy to which h;,, lor ever hen And this, I supposi has ah', ays been Mr. Eban's Iribution to Ins roh as a symbol of modern Israel U .. ^ t by the magic of pros* to elevate the mundane elei Ihe statistics of commerce and • -•:. ess implying divini ( nd the justifical i %  • : bj Bll -:• -:• <• Thf BROODING V/fW Of ISKitlS SIZl AN SATURDAY NIGHT, Mr jed far and a „ • eel to the • But bis fi set within thi I I %  If j eai i sinci %  ...< : post as Minister thi mark the hial red: n an i u confines of gravity \r. ssful orbiting of Sputnik speed with whicl pies of thi world have \%  %  ndent state.-. In a kind of justifical I ': inanity's nationalist., Mr Eban rously noted that the rush of contempor.. tends to make sport of Prof. Arnold Toynbee's 12-volume historj M| two-volume index in whose pages are repudiated as and archaic' the borderlines, governments, and "o Tnxltirl ideologies in conflict from which an ugly World War II ei rgedl bring man to his near self destruction Israel, he said. Was the 5W| member to join the United Nations. That was in 1949; today, littkl more than a decade later there are 110. Of this Ineressc 36 from his last visit here. But if Mr. Eban sought to justify the increasing probieraL>!i i men into a steadily broadening array of s#w goverametr:•? senting their impulses toward freedom, he did so at otber UJI' means of placing Israel's own experience into the perspective histonc necessity For more than fantastic scientific progr -,nationalistic explositions have marked the three and a ha.: yeai since Mr. Eban last btd OJ good-bye here What emerged in his: Saturday night was a brooding need to look upon Israel's phys smsOness and to address himself to the point as I have trd Israeli leader eser do before. •:• •:•:• THt CONTINUING QUISTION Of UCUKITT TO BE SURE, there was the light touch. About a do: oft* world's new states Mr Eban said, are smaller than Israeli population, -but only three nations have shown us the ge to aj smaller in territory." Neither did size, he conceded, necettinl relate to the greatness of a people, the voice of Judea s : rophetr shepherds survived the crumbling splendor of the gigar.t eesM that once surrounded her. some 100.00 Athenians forged an ^eSSfM philosophy i has sinct equalled, and it was :: ;r-.i .effulgence I i nstituti ... genius" in the history of ma rise to the Unit, I States t ol Ux 13 small ( tues itern seaboard. In addition, declared Mr Eban in the passing tim< %  I last lood-bye, "never have Israel's securit) and freed %  in the cono lion's leaders — a devel at ^ uhich he remark. ...... • ., obser%atio-.-->out the Middh i K'asnington's decision t bed the fact tbat daU] (, u I ran hear thi \ street noises of oki J.: Sald Mr Eban "We are a beleaguered nanoi les**] 900 tuneour geo iraphj and 45 times illation Hoe has an Isn i QQ people h. rab onslau hi spearheadu I potentwl sweep of W qualit) ol Israel's cultural intellectual ^"i has been his governn ... R I a uimersii) ., h ., the qualit) ol leUectual. i >-..,. (vvernn Image fm Ihe newl) i Uian ill Ihe lhr< i ml Ihe v\\ Ne\erlheli he caul Continued on Pf i-A



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fritlay, November 30, 1962 fJewist fht Idlicnn Page 5-E G. Bellin Cooking Comer \e. 1 shotlldM roasled in the ional Jewish manner, in a ,i pan with a little liquid addci i* a tiavorsome. jutcy meat. Ship-A-Box' Auction Slated Kvcning Division of the Greater Miami Section, National Council <>f Jewish Women, will hold its third annual auction for "Ship-ABox" on Wednesday evening at lastec Inn, 7500 SW Eighth St. A Jay C'ristol will act as autionecr for the sale of the many new items collected by division members. All proceeds are for the gravy. Or the gravy may first be thickened by cooking it for a few moments with a tablespoon of flour benefit of Council's "Ship-A-Box" mixed to a smooth paste in 1-4 cup P 10 ^ ram '" Israel. Of cold water. If preferred, the Council Sections all over the fork An economic" ^ T St may be Carved ; ,hc L n,ted Staler and Canada are enlonreoarV dial, itcouThivc lab,c a nd th entural or thickened gaged in the project of sending "\ l gravy passed separately. This toys, arts and crafts materials, and amount eives 8-9. other needed items to kindergartens and primary grades, and to Roasf Veal ShoulderContinental Style ,iil> me disadvantage. When it is i i solid piece of meat with id. n lefl it. it is impossible r\' with any degree of ateness The soft meat must I, 'moved from the bones and ., •! pieces rather than ncatf. ced However, when the I method of cooking is eon ned with shoulder of veal been boned and rolled. Id lo al! the other advant-\ carving and an attrac. arance IH>I I ol .•• roa-t ii add flavi< the gravy and when ble it i* ad\ is il that they iked i'h the meat. They i lai el along with it in the and discarded after cook, 'V'V may be reserved to i n •'.' i; stock. At any rate. y ..re included in the cost veal, economy suggests they ilized. When the roast is puri I, allow about one-third pound e boned meat for each por... recipes are two varia") the traditional method of pn raratirn which can bo made %  nod and rolled shoulder of i deprived or :: lbs honed and rolled veal shoulder I tea-pooti salt 1 8 teaspoon pepper 1-2 cup w ater L' tablespoons oil or chicken fat 1 medium onion, diced 1 2 (up diced -rein pepper 1-2 cup chopped celery leaves 2 cups canned tomatoes 1 tablopoon sugar l teaspoon paprika A pinch "t saffron Rub the meat with the salt and p< ppcr, and place on the rack of a deep roaster Pour the water uio the pan around the meat. an.I ri .ist uncovered for one hour, at institutions tor the handicapped child. President of the division iMrs. tforris Futernick, DPhiE Pledges Seen on Parade A. Jay Cristol rehearses his tole as auctioneer (or a Ncr.lona. Council o( Jewi.sh Women Evening Division auction. Lockinc on is Mrs. Monis Futeinick, president of the division. Omega chapter of Delta I'hi Kpsilon sorority presented its liuh annual "Pledges on 1'aradc" at the Deauvuie Hotel last week ^ad Hatters Will Gather for Lunch Pledge classes of all 13 sororities on the University of Miami campus were presented to the faculty and student body at the parade. Members of DPhiE included Cookie Becker. Renee Bernstein, Marcia Davis, Lynda Festinger, June Fuller. Rollyn Classman, It'll be "anything goes" in the guests will be highlighted b; prize", hat department Tuesday, when g<>Ulg to a woman wearing the „. ., „ ... ,. .most beautiful hat. Wcstbrooke Country Clubs ladies An oMra ^^ ()f h( get together for a Mad Hatters toll w jj| bc ••Fabulous Fai luncheon. Holiday Designs" by Joe Ml Ci .i, The luncheon for members and ol the Pin Cushion. 323 degs F Meanwhile, heat the Jcri Grcenberg, Debra Hoffman. Martha Holmcr, Linda Lehner. Beverly Lieff. Susan Rivkin. Iris Ross. Janice Safrin, Susan Shurberg. Paula Solostoff, Sandra Sutker, Arlcne Wahl, and Joancarole \\V\lcr. Some 1.(100 persons attended the Mrs. Ethel CbisC. Shopiro were • large enough to provide eight When the meat has baked for one present as members of the Inter : nine portions A slightly smallfat in a small saucepan, add the. onion, green pepper, and celery haves, and stir over medium heat in;' S minutes. If necessary, cut 'be tomatoes into small pieces. Add to the saucepan together with any tomato liquid. Add the sugar. The recipes call for three paprika, and saffron, bring to a evening event Is of readv-to-cook meat, a bed. then simmer 20 minutes, ling and Mis piece could be used, but for best {, ills it should not be less than ind a-half pounds Both these es last* even better when a i'. ance and the meat shcErigerated in the gravy, and t. So, tor a smaller [amui or three meals could be I from each recipe, and the portions could be used a r. later or frozen tor later or. the other hand fur a larg a larger roast can be sue|j ma,:.', with the remainri (in ntincreased In proPiast Shoulder of Veal— Mock Turkey Style i med and rolled veal aider ispoon poultrv seasoning poon salt -poon pepper e carrot, peeled and sliced large onion, diced ip v. ater lespoona chicken fat the meat with the poultry I • .-oiling, salt, and pepper. Place carrot and onion in a deep '•nware casserole or Dutch %  i and add the water Place meat on the vegetables and I the fat over the top. Covi dish tightly, and roast the I a 350 degs. F. about tW hour, pour the sauce over it. cover national Executive Council. the roaster, and continue baking about I'ii hours longer, until the veal is very tender The meat may be carved at the table and the sauce served separately, or the meat may be sliced and served in the sauce. This amount serves s :> li Chanuka Play Set for PTA Highlights ot the Temple KmaniiI religious school PTA brunchmeeting on the morning of Dec. 12 will be a Chanuka play featur. ing the pupils of the Foundation s, hool and nursery-kindergarten classi Mis Seymour Alterman, president of the Temple Emanu-EI PTA, al-o announced that the or;anization s _itt shop will display its new array of Chanuka decora tions, toys, books and many religious and everyday gilt items at the brunch. Naomi Brandeis, director of the nursery and kindergarten classes. will supervise the special children s program for the PTA meeting, and Mrs. Fay Feinstein, oi the Foundation School, will be in charge of the program for the older children under her supervision The brunch and stage procnta. tion will take place in the Tern irs, until the veal la tender. The pies North Branch Bldg at 77th I may be sliced, then served St and Dickens Avc.. starting at 10 casserole with the natural a.m. Safety Harbor Sees Top Season S. V'oel Eiscn. managing direclor of Safetj Harbor Spa. wellknown Florida west coast health -pot. situated at Espiritu Springs, iiscovered bv DSota in 1539, predicts that by all indications the coming season will he one of the csl enjoyed b> Safety Harbor. Open iiom November to May, Eisen said that visitors to the Spa. which is on the mam lire of the Seaboard, with the Atlantic Coast Line slopping in nearby Clcarwater, "enjoy luxury accommodations, medical supervision, ard individually prepared diets, in acl iition to social and athletic activities, paralleling the best-equipped resorts 'JJL Gifts of Distinction 2164 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABIES, HI 8 5215 Open Onfl 9 P.M. thru December C ra< :.i ..,.,1 r., • GIFT BASKETS Anniversary RIeK.cd EvontGe( Well 126 IMPORTED and DOMESTIC CHEESE CHEESE CHEESE CHEESE S. S. PIERCE FINE FOODS Famous Beefstick -fr Gourmet Foods Hickory Farms of Ohio AMERICA'S / EADIHG CHI I Sf ST( >M S 5715 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI -----r PMI '.%  -'' %  ing I, ., 1I-.-L-Gift* BONDfD FRUIT SHIPPERS GIFTS FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD GOURMETS' SHOP Spec al-.s i in Cocktail Snack* and Hotd'ocu' re INTERNATIONAL TELEFOOD SERVICE IT ICiptl W^ KASHA Brown Bjukwheot Greats .'. %  Woltl i ... ..^.y-.^.^s^-S-^.-S*..-.-. .-.-•!-**• %  • %  • %  •" %  -**•



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Friday. November 30, 1962 knisHkrHfoin T EMPLE Zion Sisterhood held its second annual MotherDauphtluncheon Sunday in the Temple Social Hall. '•The old.• grandmother" and "young,-: mother" were hut a lew ol cati g< rles up lor awards, with five -year-old Shelly Lemper! winning the twist contest in ., white "Uttk girl" dress trim ii baby blue." President of the Sisterhood. Louis Grossman, wore a r blue two piece knit en%  mble Her orerblouae was i-inbroidered with white in a •chiffle style. Mrs. Seymour .s.iinucl* chose a royal blue jersey knit with an oversize, standnp sha'vl collar as the accent on her basic sheath, olive green tval the choice o( Mrs. Ben Block. and roval blue in a silk shirt aist a .. • worn by Mrs G< i.c Myers. Mrs, fesse Teitler was accompanied at the luncheon by her daughters, Ilene and M o n .1 Nona's dress was a tailored plaid in red and green, with a white ler Pan collar and white cufis • horl sleeves. The lorn; >iceved shut Mas dene's choice [or the day, featuring a bleeding madris plaid, which she wore belted. Mrs Teitler topped her royal blue wool sheath skirt with an overblou>e in -ilk. which was brightly printed with multi-colorad flowers. Among other mother-daughter teams were Mr... Sidney Sokolow and teen-age Rita. The wraparound skirt in a warm brown and an autumn colored print blouse were Rita's choice for the day. Her mother's dress was a classic black ol sheath. Her jewel neckline was trimmed with .1 bow of the dress fabric rolled i..to the "spaghetti" style, which had short streamers. Mrs. El wood Goldberg wore a threepiece Italian knil In lipstick red with her overblous* in black, and 11 vim: ven it | PA IX AWAY WIs'" Concentrated Liquid SI ILF-O-BATH MINERAL SPRING BATHS IM YOUR OWN HOME Look £ Feel Younger & Better 1 nended by Doctors Kjrst-s & Therapists to relieve Arthritis — Rheumatism Stimulates Circulation Revitalizes Skin & Muscle Tissue — Soothe Tense Nerves Without us.no, dango'0. JS drugs NOW AVAILABLE AT LEADING DRUG STORES Regular Size Bottle Contains B Concentrated Mineral Baths or 16 hand or foot baths Only 82.75 FOR SPECIAL CONVINCING TRIAL SIZE BOTTLE and nw Information Booklet describing the AMAZING BENEFICIAL EFFECTS of MINERAL SPRING BATHS IN YOUR HOME Send r0 Check, Money Order or Cash to SOLF-O-BATH, INC. P.O Box 737 Miami Beach 39, Fla. the black repeated on the banding of her cardigan-styled jacket Her daughter's dress was a modified Victorian style in lilac, featuring a vertical stitched bodice. elbow-length balloon sleeves, a full skirt, and a stand-up collar banded around her neck and trimmed in white lace Page 8-B June Rites For Ives, Stone Mr and Mrs. Theodore Ives, of 1840 SW 87th Ct., announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma, to Steve A. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stone. 1356 SW 15th St. The future bride an I her fiance both graduated from Miami Scnibr High, Miss Ives attended the University of Miami and has a degree from the University's School of X It ay Technology at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The prospective bridegroom is a senior at the University of Miami. A June 16th wedding is planned. MISS NORMA IVIS Snyder, Kaltman To be Honored MRS. MARTIN Wf/SS lu|RS. Samuel Gordon wore an \mm • ... %  %  clive green moygashei linen WdSS, KriSCR Touring Europe sheath with a scooped neckline. Winter white was the choice o( Mrs. Sidney Goldbaum. Her sheath skirt was of wool, and her pullover and cardigan sweaters were a matching set. Multi-colored floral embroidery trimmed both sweaters. A muted gold woll sheath was worn by Mrs Jack Deutchman. featuring a wide waist insert and bracelet length >lce\ i. Black cotton trimmed in white was the choice of Mrs. Julius Seidner Hi r lifted bodice was fastened with small white pearl buttons, and had a deep V neck line; while her skirt was in a mo I led l || silhouette. An abstract print in brown and beige was worn bj Mrs. Bessie Serkin Mrs. Lena VVeissman also favor %  ii brown, with her silk shirtwaist in a light sand color. Mrs. David Dresm i selected a threepiece ensemble in green accented w.tli white. Her sheath skirt and vestce jacket were in green and white; while her cverblouse was in the solid color of soft moss green. Mrs. Morris Weiss wore a blue woll jersey print in tones and shades of deep blues and greens blended into a foliage print. Now touring Europe, newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Weiss will make their home at the Bay Park Towers when they return. Mr. and Mrs Al Snyder, of Brooklyn, NY., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gwen, to Alvin Kaltman, son of Mrs. Relic Kaltman, 7709 Byron Ave. Now majoring in education at Long Island University, the brideelect is a graduate of Erasmus attended Lincoln Memorial University. He graduated from Yale with) a major in Chinese languages, received a BA from the University of Phillipines. an MA from BrevarrJ Engineering College, and is now* working toward a PhD. A reception in honor of the be High and attended the University trothed couple will be held on Sunof Florida day, Dec. 16, at the home of th ., i future bride. The wedding will bea The prospective bridegroom is a h ,, ?ft in tn „ Temnle Trea The former Miss Juliana Krisch gra(lllate 0 f Miami Beach High and ?£?,£! Brookl n and Mr. Weiss exchanged nuptial 0l Llf0 ln Brookl > n vows on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Marcus, Guened Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs David Marcus. 1155 Marseille Dr.. announce the engagement ol their daughter. Joan Ellen, to H. Haroun Guened, son Ol Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Guened, Of Alexandria. Egypt, and Paris. Trance. home of the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Weiss. 482O Orduna Dr., Coral Gables. Rabbi Morris Sknp pertorme;! (he 7 o'clock ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Doral Country Club. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Krisch, of Koanoke, Ya the bride attended Michigan state University and is a graduate of the University of Miami Her husband also graduated from the University of Miami, having previously attended Tulane University, Other local relatives of the young* people include Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Wein. of No. Miami Beach, uncle and aunt of Miss Snyder, andt Mrs. Rose Davis, of Miami Beach, Kaltman'!. grandmother. M 1 |RS. Alfred Waxman, wife of the sp ritual leader of Temple Zion. and their daughter also attended the luncheon. Little Martha Waxman was in a one piece with a two-piece look. Her dress was cut into a jumper style in bright yellow cotton, with the yoke and elbow length puffed deeves in white with yellow emdcrj Mrs Waxman chose a black and white geometric i!k print thai shi rec ntlj h. ught in Eng land. Her skirt was a sheath, %  tth th bodice dr iped slightly | over one shoulder and caughl with a (lat bow. The other shoulder was the classic line fol 1 i bj the scooped neckline. .mci i!.i bodice was iftlj blousoned Book Review Scheduled Mrs. Byron Cherkas. president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am, has appointed Mrs. Norman Ashbes and Mrs. George Kramer co-chairmen of Rabbi Herbert Baumgard's book review series. First meeting will be Monday. 8:30 p.m in the Temple auditorium. '"The Rothchilds," by Frederick Morton, will be highlighted. The bride elect, who attended Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans. Miami University, and graduated from Lesley College in Cambridge, Mass., holds advanced degrees from the Sorbonne. University of Paris. She is now attending the University at Grenoble, France. Her fiance, at present associated with the Lummus Co. at Grenoble, is a graduate of L'Ecolc Centrale ries Arts et Manufactures of Paris, and also holds advanced degrees I from the I'niversity of Paris in science, mathematics and physics. 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