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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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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T cJewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEOHY
lurue 35 Number 49
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 7, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
SeeA fleca// of Arab Leader Who Saluted Argentine Bigots
UNITED NATIONSA move for the re-
call of Saudi Arabia of its permanent representative
In the United Nations. Ahmad Shukairy. was under
way here Sunday, with Arab diplomats heading the
drive, The desire for Shukairy's removal from the
UN scene, long contemplated by more moderate
Aii.bs here, gained heavy impetus here after the
official Saudi Arabian spokesman declared openly
a "salute" to the anti-Semitic Tacuara movement
iii Argentina and proposed that the UN "adopt" the
T.icuara movement.
Shukairy's salute" to the Tacuara movement
was voiced Friday before the General Assembly's
Special Political Committee, whch is currently de-
bating the Arab issue. Lucic Garcia del Solar.
Argentine representative in the committee, imme-
diately objected to the Shukairy "salute." telling the
United Nations that his people and Government
reject everything that Tacuara advocates.
Embarrassed Arab diplomats, annoyed for
many years by Shukairy's intemperate attacks
agairst Israel and Jew*, let it be known that they
are asking the Saudi Government to take Shu-
kairy away from the UN. Some of the Arab dip-
lomats apologixed personally not only to Argen-
tinians here, but also to other Latin Americans,
volubly assurir.i all that they felt Shukairy had
gene much too far in his anti-Israeli drive by etv
dersing an open neo-Nazi movement like Tacuara.
A sharp protest against Shukairy's endorse-
Continued on Page 11-A
Canadians
lail Golda
Parliament
[A. A (JTA> Mrs. Golda
Foreign Minister of Israel,
tivni two enthusiastic rounds
Beak-thumping applause from
|beri of Parliament when she
ed the House of Commons here
weekend.
enk-d by members of her staff
[the Israel Embassy. Mrs. Meir
the Speaker's Gallery dur-
be first part of the daily ques-
[period. Speaker Marcel Lam-
twe'eomed her on behalf of
ars of all parties At men-
tion, of er name, members pound-
^eir desks and cheered. Mrs.
arose and bowed.
i Speaker Lambert extended
fetst sincere and heartfelt good
, not only for herself, but
er Government and the peo-
4 er country." Again the
-s applauded, and Mrs.
lir rose and bowed in acknowl-
rmt. Later, she was ten-
l luncheon by the Speak-
I t e Parliament. During the
, he addressed senior offic-
o the Canadian Ministry for
Affairs.
Itcr tea wi'-h the Governor
.eral, Mrs. Meir attended a
ktail party given in her honor
Continued on Page 12-A
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Against World Prejudice
C010A MIIR
. red carpet out
JNF to Honor
Rabbi Lehrman
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu El. will
be the first person named honor-
ary citizen of Me Ami.
Ambassador Yaakov Tsur. world
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, announced in Jerusalem this
week that the honorary citizenship
will be conferred on Dr. Lehrman.
who is chairman of the Founda-
tion for the JNF Council of Great-
er Miami, at the organization's Me
Ami dedication banquet Sunday
Continued en Page 9-A
LONDON (JTA) The United Nations, all democratic govern-
ments and religious groups of all denominations were urged here, in a
I resolution adopted by representatives of 15 European countries attend-
ing a special two-day conference called by the World Jewish Congress.
! to join "in energetic measures to halt increasing activities by Nazi-
1 Fascist organizations which stir up anti-Semitic and racial hatreds in
order to destroy human liberty."
I The resolution culminated the
special conference summoned by
the WJC to examine the revival of
Nazi-Fascist anti-Semitism in var-
ious parts of the world. The con-
ference also mapped an action
program, including legislative! edu-
. cational and similar actions in co-
i operation with church groups and
humanitarian organizations^ "to
curb and eliminate Sazi-Tascist
activities."
Various national delegations
produced evidence during the ses-
sions showing that "close links al-
ready exist and are being de-
veloped on a global scale by
groups spreading their destruc-
tive doctrines." The conference
noted that resurgent Nazism and
Fasc'sm "exploit anti-Semitism
as a weapon, not only against
the Jews but against democracy
itself It is a matter of urg-
main resolution stat-
new Nazi-
Fascist threat before it once
again reaches the dimensions
which brought civilization to the
Continued on Pge 8-A
IDCII ir > a 111 a i ^
er.cy," the main resol
ed, "to eliminate the
API EXECUTIVE IK MPOKT
\Charge Florida Groups With
\ Endorsing Anti-Semitic Testimony
A Banter of Florida civic and women's elite socialite organize
ons. including three here in Dade County, have gone on record as
ndorsing testimony before a U.S. Senate Committee that obliquely
pfers to Jews as "political Zionist planners for absolute rule via^ne
Herzl Gold Medal Goes
To Zionist Louis Lipsky
NEW YORK (JTA) Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionist
leaders, was presented this week with the Herzl Gold Medallion, award-
ed annually by the Zionist Organization of America to an individual for
the most outstanding service to the Zionist cause.
The medallion was presented by
Dr. Emanuel Neumann. ZOA hon
orary president, at the annual ZOA
metropolitan dinner before 1.000 j
Zionists and Jewish communal j
leaders. The dinner was dedicat-j
ed to Jacob Goodman, veteran
Zionist and ZOA associate treasur-
er, who was presented with a
plaque for outstanding services to
Zionism and Israel for more than
half a century. President Ken-
nedy sent a message of tribute to
Lipsky and Goodman "for their
services to humanitarian causes."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, told the dinner guests
that the Zionist movement in this
country should "try to lead in
the fight for a representative cen-
tral organization of American
Jewry" and that Zionists should
Continued on Page 10-A
Hate Poster
In Red Capital
Attacks Jews
LONDON (JTA) A photo-
graph depicting graphically how
Soviet officials condone anti-Semit-
ism was featured on the front page
of the Sunday Telegraph here Sun-
day.
The photograph showed a group
of Russians gathered around a
poster picturing a weed being up-
rooted, with the face of a carica-
tured Jew as the weed's head. On
the poster also there is a photo-
graph of a Jew named Katz, iden-
tified as a person convicted of
"illegal financial transactions."
The slogan on the poster reads:
"Parasites: Get Out of Moscow."
The wording on the poster also at-
tacked rabbis and synagogues.
The Sunday Telegraph declar
ed: 'This blatant example of anti-
Semitism follows reports that it
has been growing in Russia in re-
cent months." The newspaper
lauded the Australian Government
for recently raising the issue of
officially condoned Soviet anti-
Semitism in the United Nations.
The Soviet Academy of Sciences
has published a book attacking
Judaism, entitled "Criticism of the
Jewish Religion," according to
Evening Moscow, a newspaper
published in the USSR capital, re-
ceived here. The book is edited
by M. S. Belensky.
rorid Government."
The charge was made here Sun
lay by Nathan Perlmutter. execu-
fvc director of the Florida region-
al office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Perlmutter named the organ-
izations as Miami Junior Wom-
an'* Club, South Dade Board of
Realtors, Biscayne Gardens Civ-
ic Am., Duval County Demo-
cratic Executive Committee,
and American Legion Post 147
of Jacksonville.
He spoke at a morning session
l the Florida ADL in the Ever-
I glades Hotel, preceding a luncheon
at which Miami Mayor Robert
King High was presented with the
League's annual Leonard L. Abess
Award on Human Relations.
Reporting on extreme right
wing activities in Florida. Terl-
mutter said that the endorsing or-
ganizations underscored their sup
port of testimony by an organiza-
tion known as the Liberty I-obby.
which was presented before the
Senate Finance Committee.
Perlmutter said the committee
jhad been doing some spadework
'on a bill authorizing the President
to raise or lower tariffs. The ADL
Continued on Page tA
Annual UN Refugee Debate Opens
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The annual United Nations debate
on the Arab refugee question was opened here before the General As-
sembly's Political Committee, with the United States reported as still
pondering its position on future moves to resolve that question.
Opening debate erupted into a i -
series of procedural questions in
which Israel and the Central Afri
can Republican lost their bids to
keep a spokesman for the "Pales-
tine Arab delegation" from speak-
ing immediately.
Dr. John D. Davit, Commiss-
ioner General of the^ynited Na-
tions Relief and Works Ajency
for Palestine Refugees, opened
the proceedings with a 15-mln-
ute statement in which he said
education of the refugees and fi-
nancing of relief work for them
were the key issues. He did not
mention possible work projects.
The current UNRWA mandate
expires next June 30 and the Unit-
ed States was reported to be con-
sidering a suggestion that the man-
date be extended for one or two
years instead of the usual three.
After a haggle over whether
Amile el-Ghoury should speak for
the "Palestine Arab delegation,"
a roll call was taken which ended
in approval for him. Referring to
Israel only as "the Zionists," Al-
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Friday. December 7, 1962
Alfred Daniels and Robert Macht Will
Head Combined Appeal Mercantile Unit
TKADtS AND PROftSSlONS
PAGE 6-4
RUoiRT MACHT
Temple Sinai Has
Chanuka Program
Offiii rs .a m| li Sii ai Sister
ood v ill participate in a special
Chanuka eandlelighting service at,
meeting to be hold Wednesday
vening in the Temple auditorium '
A donor's market, sponsored b)
:he donor committee, will display
home-baked goods made by Sister-,
hood members, as well as jewelry I
;.nd cosmetics.
A social hour and card game?
. ill follow the regular business,
meeting.
Allied ii Daniels, president t
Burdines, and Rolvrt Ifacht. pres-
ident of Jordan Marsh, have ac-
cepted the co-chairmanship of the
Mercantile Division for the 1963
Coml ined Jewish Appt-al cam-
paign, it was announced by Sam-
uei rriedland and Ernest Jam.-.
Combined Jewish Appeal co-chair-
men,
"In lhi year w hen our
CJA campaign ill honi no-
table anniversaries th< 25th an-
niversarj "i our own Greal r Mi-
, mi .'< ish 1' di rati I the
Inited Jewish Appeal, we are <-
tally proud to ha' > -
stam leaders of I i tile
stry as Macl
the oi oui ca npa gn,
th< ci -chairnv
Dan els who served as chair-
man of the Mercantile Division
:n 1961, and as vice-chairman of
.he I960 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, has a long record of
communal activity which includes
positions w:th ihe New York City
United Jewish Appeal, the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies
of New York, and the Jewish
Family Service of New York, as
well as the American Red Cross.
He has been an active member
of the Downtown Miami Business
Council of the Dade County De-
velopment Board.
Annual Refugee Debate Opens
Continued from Page 1-A
Ghoury made the customary Arab
charges that Israel had violated
international law by "robbing" the
Arab people' of their property
He assailed United States sup
port of the "unlaw tul Zionist oc-
cupation" and supplying Hawk
missiles to Israel, lie "highly
commended'' Dr. Davis for an
earlier report that "works were
not feasible for the refugees and
that "the Arab people" wante
only repatriation of the refugees
to Israel as the solution
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war. which was originally classi-
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brain-washing.
Teen-age members of the con-
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1962
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Fox Will
Address Teen
Conclave Sunday
p | Edwajd .1 Fox, Of tlU'ljii-
lj el Miami, will he keynote
speaker at the ninth annual teen-
.,'_, conclave ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center ichedul-
, [or Sunday. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
at the Pupont Plaza Hotel.
Prof. Fox will address 300 youth
delegates on the subject of this
vear's conclave, "Teens React to
i World in Crisis."
Presently chairman of th Mar-
keting Department at th*> UM
School of Business Administra-
tion. Dr. Fox served during
World War II as an economist
with both the American and Can-
jdian governments, and has in
recent years been an economic
consultant to various municipali-
ties.
The opening address v. ill be giv-
at the luncheon meeting at
Following the plenary se>
all delegates will attend
uorkshops at which various phases
of the general subject will be dis-
.1. Eight workshops will be
-, ..urn simultaneously, covering
following subjects: Cuba. Ber
tin. nuclear war. civil defense, in
ration, prayer and the Supreme
automation and space. The
da) 'ill come to a close with a
show and dance
coordinator for the event
- Donald LaBcllc. North County
Brai i h director. The three teen-
serving ;is co-chairmen for
11 ninth conclave are Cliarl.i Ron-
Miami Branch; Jeffre} Blum.
: i Branch; and Sharon Glogi r,
h Count) Branch.
Fla. Groups Endorse Hate Evidence
PKOf. [DWARD FOX
Continued from Page 1-A
executive quoted from the tcsti-"
niony as dec I a ring:
"It is apparent that this project
is actually aimed to enrich a few
and to create turmoil and unem-
ployment in many of our key in-
dustries, and it has been dreamed
up and is being pushed by Presi-
dent Kenned) s political bosses
and mentors, men who run the
Council of Foreign Relations and
the Business Advisory Council.
"However, in this case, the
real center and heart of this in-
ternational cabal shows its hand:
Namely, the political Zionist
olanners for absolute rule via
One World Government.
"This is the basic group that
created and financed what is call-
rii Communism, which bores up-
ward on organized Christian jOf-
ciety. from the bottom .
"Hence, one wonders if Presi-
dent Kennedy has somehow be-
come a working 'pawn' in their
game."
Perlmutter told several hundred
delegates from throughout the
I State of Florida that "the testi-
mony continues in this vein"Zion-
I ist-Communist conspiracy'."
The bill to which the testimony
j refers was resoundingly passed by
! both the House and Senate, and
has been considered a major Ken-
nedy Administration contribution
In keeping American commerce on
a realistic competitive basis with
goods produced for export in the
European Common Market cou
&** ... ..,.
"Now, what has this Washing
ten story to do with Florida?'
declared Perlmutter here Sun
day. "Endorsing this testimony
in the official records of the Uni
ted States Senate Finance Com
mittee are a number of organi-
jations, among them Florida ex-
tremist ,-jroup."
Said Perlmutter: "We are ac-
customed to hate organization-
which endorse anti-Semitism." Bu'
he added, specifically naming the
South Florida groups, "these ar.
non-extremist, respectable orgar
zations. which also seem to undei
write the concept of a 'Jewish
Communist' conspiracy."
German Jesuit Says Jews
Can't be Charged as Whole
ROME fJTA) The rejection of Jesus Christ by the Jews can-
not be charged to the Jewish people as a whole, a German Jesuit. Dr.
Ludwig Y. Hertling, declared here this week in an article apparently
evoking great interest among the prelates attending the Ecumenical
Council
Chug hri Program
\ (.i'k on "Criel Akosta will be
n by Rabbi J. H. Margolis be-
lore the Chug lvn, Hebrew-speak-
group, on Tuesday, 2 30 p m.,
dl Temple Ncr Tainul.
The article appeared in "Stinv
mender Zeit," official organ Of the reaffirmation of being 'God's son'
German Jesuits. The timing of the! as being One with His Father, or
issue, while the Ecumenical Coun- ,,mv God- uh" nad revealed Him
,.,,,. ,i self in the old covenant as a pure-
c.l is slated to discuss the prob- |y s,(iritllill being, could identify
Km of Jewish "guilt" for Christ himself with a simple human be-
ealh and the fact that the period), i ing originating in Nazareth and
cal was sold out on news-stands whose parents were known to all."
here within several hours, undcr-
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scored the importance attached to
ihe Issue by the Council delegates,
according to observers here.
I"ii>t. according to Dr Hertling.
deci e cannot be charged against
the Jewish people, because they
had not recognised, nor acknowl-
edged Jesus' character as being
God. [| would have been asking
very much of a Jew, mown up in
the spirit Of the Old Testament.
Dr. Hertling maintained furth-
er that the sentencing of Jesus
to death by crucifixion cannot be
charged "to the whole Jewish
people." "Neither can the High
Priest, nor the Sanhedrin," he
wrote, "be considered represen-
tative of the Jewish people, nor
the few thousand who cried
'crucify Him'."
These could not be considered
in the most severe monotheism." representative ol the millions pi
writes the German Jesuit, "to un- Jewish people who then lived m
derstand that Jesus meant by his and outside Palestine.' the schol-
ar maintained. The guilt, he stat-
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Volume 35 Number 49
Fridcy. December 7, 1962
10 Kislev 5723
Anti-Semitism in News
Anti-Semitism on every front sems to be
:he keynote of affairs this week.
There is the Coral Gables businessman,
who received one of the most vicious hate
mailings we have ever seen. The tone of the
literature suggests a sharp rise in the brazen
expectation for the future of those who have
had a hand in its dissemination.
There is the report by the Florida office of
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that
a number of Florida organizations, among them
some in Dade County, went on record in sup-
port of recent anti-Semitic testimony given be-
fore a Senate committee.
There is the top Page One news featuring
a World Jewish Congress parley in London,
where disturbing evidence of advancing Nazi-
Fascist activity in a number of countries across
the globe was unfolded, and where WJC lead-
ers considered it sufficiently important to rally
these countries to official repudiation and con-
demnation of such activity.
Also top Page One, there is our old friend,
Ahmad Shukairy, of Saudi Arabia, one of the
most viciously anti-Israel delegates at the Uni-
ted Nations, who last week on the floor of the
UN "greeted" the Argentinian hate organiza-
tion, Tacuara, a focal point for anti-Semitic and
neo-Nazi subversion in Latin America.
Nor do we suppose this really ends the
run-down. But it does seem that the news is
full ot anti-Semitism today perhaps because
it has made the headlines even in Greater Mi-
ami. Nevertheless, it is a strong argument for
the position that the guard against hatred and
prejudice must never be slackened, and that
our efforts to roll back the forces of bigotry
must continue unremitting.
Teen-Agers Gather Here
More than 350 young people affiliated with
teen-age organizations in the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center network of leisure-
time groups for every interest from tot to golden
age will gather Sunday for their ninth annual
conclave at the Dupont Plaza.
As in the past, the teen-agers have set be-
fore themselves an ambitious agenda of topical
considerations reflected in the general theme
of the conclave, "Teens React to a World in
Crisis."
Too frequently, young people in the com-
munity make news in an undesirable way,
reflecting the unhappy deterioration of family
relationships and the even sadder prospect of
what bewildered adults have come to call
juvenile delinquency.
It is therefore a refreshing experience to
note the manner in which these GMJCC teens
comport themselves how they have planned
their conclave, what they have set up as goals
for consideration and conclusion, and the na-
ture of the questions they anticipate studying
at the all-day Sunday affair.
These young people, and the Center that
guides them in this and other laudable under-
takings, are to be congratulated.
CJA Rolls Up Sleeves
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal
is rolling up its campaign sleeves to get down
to the task at hand. The rapid-fire announce-
ment of leadership appointments this week re-
flects the determination on the part of Feder-
ation officials to launch and bring to a suc-
cessful conclusion a well-paced 1963 CJA.
Judging by the calibre of men who are be-
ing named to leadership roles, there is every
reason to hope that Federation shou'd not be
disappointed in its expectations. The com-
munity must now get behind these leaders
with pledges of funds and volunteer effort to
cissuro the success of Greater Miami Jewry's
united philanthropic campaign.
25YEAt\S OF U.n\A,
A 20th Anniversary Event
Temple Beth Sholom will mark its 20th
anniversary at a function Saturday evening.
We join the community in congratulating the
Temple, its spiritual leader, officers and mem-
bers on this auspicious occasion.
It is gratifying to note that the Temple will
begin its celebration with a Havdallah service
conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish at Beth
Sholom.
For this symbolizes the congregation's
happy understanding that their Temple is
above all things a House of God and that
members gather there, above all things, for
spiritual purposes.
Since its founding. Beth Sholom has con-
tributed more than its share of civic, philan-
thropic, and spiritual leadership to our com-
munity.
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of
Temple Beth Sholom, there is good cause for
those affiliated with the Temple to take satis-
faction in its great growth and activity over
the years.
UN Shock With Shukairy
It will be interesting to note the progress
of this week's move to unseat and bring back
Ahmad Shukairy as Saudi Arabia's delegate
to the United Nations mentioned in another
editorial in these columns.
Arab leaders are forever harping on the
fact that the Jews make "absurd" charges of
anti-Semitism against them. Aren't Arabs also
Semites, they argue, and wouldn't anti-Semit-
ism mean that they harangue against them-
selves?
But this is a semantic game. Whatever its
literal and anthropologic meaning, anti-Semit-
ism signifies hatred against Jews. In addition,
the Arab play on words reminds us of Georqe
Lincoln Rockwell, who continually tells us that
he is not against Jews, only against traitors.
In their anti-Israel campaigns at the Uni-
ted Nations, the Arabs have never before been
above confusing their politics with anti-Semit-
ism. That they now express shock at Shu-
kairy s unanticipated greeting to the Tacuara
is possioly only a reflection of their equally
unanticipated embarrassment to them: not that
they are above playing footsie with Argen-
tina s rab:d anU-Semites. but that the occasion
is now inopportune to identify with them
(he week
.. as i see it
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by LEO MINDLIN
SCOUTMASTER N^^
m son never did M *'
to explaining just Ahv ,."*
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QUI Ilg ivviv tributed M>ron(
literature to the .. -h"
charRe at Troop
Had,. But nation.] h^J
.*n> of,the Bey t,J*
America wrote : '
office of the v
League of B'nai ]
Miami, acknowlc
Benson's "enthusiasm to fight Communism, a mist
when Benson included as supplementary reading foi ,
phlet entitled "Red Stars," published by Pagan's I
anti-Semit ization, the Cinema Educational Guild
Even Ralph Moro, executive director of the Boy s,
ica Ih;i. ha> finallj gone on record in more than ..
According to Harry Lasker, of national headquarters
wick N.i. "We have been assured by Mr. Moto that
supervision will bo given bj the sponsoring institution
literature distributed to the boys in the troop which n
sidered controversial "
Adds Lasker in bis Nov 19 letter to Nathan Perln
live director of the Florida API.: ". there is absoluti p|1M
in Scouting (or bigots should the) ever be found to e> -; ^,T
be assured that they will be quickly asked to resign fron
All of which, at first glance, haves Mr. Benson b) | 3'![]f
"failure to comment" category or does it? What
dent of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scout- ot \
column here Oct. 1-. I urged him to speak up if Benson
eluding: ", (he) must certainly feel that bigotn has
the life Hi .i Boy Scout
; ; ;
THf QUEST/ON Of SflBST HASS'
IJARDLY A MONTH later, the national hcadquarte- nm
** takes the same position almost verbatim. But the S Florida
Council president, who is a well known Jewish COmtl
never did accept the challenge, preferring the cloak
son. himself, adopted as > matter of policy. Neither
Florida Council's community relations director, also .alw
a tingle effort of which I am aware to elicit from Sci
sou a public explanation for his hate literature disti
thing it seems to me would be at least basic and cert.,
imal gesture expected of his official capacity.
Do not Jewish leaders have a responsibility to tpei
matters? I surely think yes, and where fear drives then --k:r.
"protective coloration" of anonymity, they perform an injustice to
the responsibility that has been delegated to them. Whal i good
enough for national Scouting headquarters should certainly be good
enough for the local affiliate. That it was not is cans* for -ntt*:-
rassment; the reasons, among them a kind of pathetic "selbst ban,"
are apparent.
Another example in this regard is a recent Alan Courtae) ml
program over WQAM, which featured news commentator Gabr.d
lieatter as a microphone guest. The day after the program. Mr.
Heatter carefully explained to me just what he had said which clari-
fied a flurry of telephone calls charging that, after Heatter left, the
program became an open forum for a variety of anti-Semitic com-
ments.
Principally, it was alleged that Courtney, himself, pronounced
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to be "ineffectual in its
battle against Communism. The WQAM showman a> also alleged
to have commented on Jewish organizations "that work *> hard
against the Nazisbut these same organizations, and I have hid coo-
tact with them, don't take the same position on Communism"
A MAM AMD HIS OWN MtOMM
ASKED JACK Sandier, who is vice president of WQAM, just what
he thought about it. Sandier, apart from insisting on the unbe-
lievable, that no tapes are kept of so controversial a program as
Courtney's, refused to comment. This is the second time I have had
such an experience. Back in June of 1960, at the height of the furor
surrounding Israel's capture of Adolf Eichmann. I wrote a column
in which I discussed another gem attnbuted to Courtney that Israel
had acted far more contemptibly than the Nazis, thi mselves, m
their handling of the man who served as the architect for Hitler Ger-
many's slaughter of 6.000.000 Jews. Presumably, there were no tapes
then, either.
Mr. Courtney is at this point his own problem. Now penlj con-
fessing to be Jewish, a relatively recent development of bul sacral
years here, he was among wildly applauded speakers at thi National
Indignation Convention In Miami Beach back in November, 1961. The
gathering at the Convention Hall, attended by some 7,000 persons,
was called ostensibly to demand the expulsion of Communist nUlitarj
men training In the I'nited States particularly Yugoslav piloU UteS
learning to fly IS. jets in Texas. Spectators less interested in the
program on the platform than in the literature distributed on th
floor of the convention might have picked up the following items
The anti-Semitic "Economic Council Newsletter." of Merwin K.
Hart; "News and Views." published by the Church League ol *n
lea, whose head is Maj Edgar Bundv. not open!) snti-Semitic, but
Involved in anti-National Council of Churches of Christ prop*
and who prides himself as being the source of Communist meif
campaigns against the Council. (The National Council of l I
ot Christ is the coordinating body of Protestant denomination- in the
I S with a constituency of over 40,000.000 Christians.)
: .;. .-
JOINING THt THUNDWOUS SlUNCt
ALSO: PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL distributed gratis b> the Anti-
Communism School of the Air. whose board members in iude a
South Miami decorator. Mrs Marion Costner, exposed as anU;
Semite in the Miami Herald last year; the October. 1961 ;"e ot
rne Independent American," published by Kent Courtney (no Knon
relation to the WQAM broadcaster), a long-time segregation.-' lescW
Horn New Orleans. La., co-author with his wife. Phoebe, of a book-
rbe Case of Gen. Edwin A Walker." widely hailed by the
right, and a man who has charged Florida Sen. Spessard Hoi
undisputed conservative among mentally sound political
wMb scoring "a 38 percent pro Socialist 'voting record." (Th. iP
Tribune. Dec. 28. liMil.i
Kent Courtney, incidentally, accompanied his literature
' I'latlorni personality at the National Indignation Convon'
Pu>8nl he shared with hi. Miami namesake ot no relat
'mer*sn '' thai another National In,,,,nation I
sometime ago in BeUa n res served as the scene for s n
5 "'' Jam. Yeager to harangue the crowd
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December 7. 1962
fJenist Fkridiaur
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Page 5-A
Rabbi Disputes Colleague's Right to Speak for All
EDIT:1 The Jewish Floridian:
eek's Jewish Floridian,
- r to the editor by Rabbi
- n ith regard to reli-
schools, hi' stated that
ran Jewish Congress has
speak "n behalf of all
-.) people, and thai he
ild Testament readings in
the AJl' does no) speak
wry, Rabbi stern does
for all Irthodox Jev -
' ibM advocates the read-
ing i' '-t Old Testament in the
If we have Old Testd-
ladings, would not the
.ns be justifiej in their
;)< for readings from the
'. < 'is'.imeni? In the schools
"lere are 98 Jewish
there are Christmas
- every room. Does the
Sink that ror.-Jewish
-odd refrain from read-
the Nativity, t,pre ally
if it C'd Testament is being
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men) will be read, are
-sume thai the teachers
pre! i le Old Testament
-it of Judaism, or raher
-!i oi i hristianitj. and
re harm than good?
\ : that any Jew who sup
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'iSBI DAVID LHH3FIELD
' - EDIT:'' The Jewis.'i Floridian:
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tions,
li is refreshin ;lj healthy to see
a lew editor.- speak out that, per-
haps, om- procrastination has gain-
ed hunted initial victory from
v hub 'lie So\let policy and inter
: ational Communism will gain
marked recognition in the VVesi
li ;it .ill possible, l would like
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crises, as it would seem that the
American people need continuous
emphasis re arding these situa-
tions
VV. B. WELCH, MD.
South Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am enclosing herewith a copj
<. a letter which we have receiv-
ed from the National Office of the
Bo> Scout- of America, as well as
a copy of our acknowledgement of
that letter.
As is obvious, the National Boy
Scouts declare: "... there is no
question thai in his enthusiasm
(Norman Benson's) to fight Com-
munism, a mistake was made in
distributing that piece ol litera-
ture to boys in his troop."'
In addition to other express-
ions of regret offered by them,
I deom this statement from ths
Eoy Srouts not only a welcome
cne, but a staiement which I am
confident will result in a more
careful exercising of discretion
on the part of those who have as-
sumed the responsibility of lead-
ing young people
I am also aware thai the col-
umns by Leo Mindlin in The Jew-
ish Floridian. which we had shar-
ed with the Boy Scouts of Amer
lea, so pointedly and effectively
articulated the issues, as to make
a meaningful contribution to the
satisfactory determination of the
matter.
Quite apart from reporting the
news. The Jewish Floridian and
Mr. Mindlin have performed a
public service for which the par
cuts nt Scouts throughout the com-
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NATHAN PERLMUTTER
Executive Director
Florida Regional Office
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1,500 Delegates Gather to Hear Truman
At UJA'S 25th Anniversary Meeting
Busy with last-minute details and reservations for Mt. Sinai
Hospital's Jubilee Ball on Dec. 15 are Ernice Weinkle Vidaillet
and Ben Kline, chairman.
Mt. Sinai Hospital Prepares Elaborate
Anniversary Week and Jubilee Fete
NEW YORK Some 1.500 dele
gales from all pans of the coun-
try arc gathering here to attend
the 25th annual national confer-
ence of the United Jewish Appeal
being held Dec. 7 to 9 at the Amer-
cana Hotel.
Former President Harry S Tru-
man will be principal speaker at
ilie conference, which is scheduled
to set the I9t>:i fund-raising goal,
and to officially launch the nation-
wide observances of the UJA's 25th
anniversary year. A series of na-
tional regional and community
meetings, as well as many other
special events, will mark the UJA's
25th >car of rescue, rehabilitation
and resettlement work ot overseas
Jewry.
fR
Mount Sinai Hospital's l.'tth An
ur-.uy Week will be climaxed
ith a Jubilee Ball to be held Sat-
\ evening, Dec 15. at the
liplomal Hotel. Sponsored by Mt.
i's board of trustees, the ball
ill be an elegant formal dinner
June and feature the show-
anship of Tony Martin and a :>L'
S Around the World Cruise"
no offere I as a prize
Anniversary Week. Dec. u through
5, commemorates the 13 years ot
iblic service to the community
j Vlt Sinai Hospital.
Insurance Exec
Named Chairman
Benjamin Gindy, brokerage man
ager "i Massachusetts Indemnity
and Lite Insurance Co has been
ppointed chairman of a special
committee of the Miami Life In
rwliters Assn., in charge of or-
ganizing a local m
lass in the Life*
I'nderwritet
i r.uning Coun-
i-il's course of
Health Insurance
:aining.
Announcement
I- made by
nes I) Bailey,
district manager
,.t Equitable late
\--urance S 0 -
. <\. president
\--n.
In preparation for his duties as
eal chairman. Gindj recently at-
led a two-daj meeting with
irmen from other cities in At
la, (la.
(imd> has been active m local
and health insurance affairs
or many years He is broket
nager for Massachusetts In-
i mnitj and Life Insurance Com-
pany, a specialist in non-cancell-
iili disability income protection,
in! was leader in brokerage pro
uction for his companj in 1961.
tin Monday. Mt. Sinai's board of
trustees will sponsor a luncheon
and tour lor representatives of the
press in honor of their continuous
cooperation on Tuesday, from to
a.m. to 2 tun., the hospital will
hold open house tours, conducted
bj Mrs. Edward Roth and mem-
i| the Auxiliary tours com-
iiutt'c. for all those interested in
viewing the facilities and services
Ol a health center replete Wllll the
litest in technological equipment
and design.
On Wednesday, the hospital will
paj tribute to members oi the
medical, dental, and house stalls.
nursing supervisors and head
nurses at a special brunch. On
Thursday, meals will be served
without charge to all hospital em-
ployees, courtesj ol the board "l
trustees tio Friday, Ml Sinai's
most important people, the pa-
tii nts will receive special tray
greetings as part of the week long
celebration
Highlight ol the week, the Jubi-
lee Ball, will be the do.se to the aa-
niversan event.
c/Nor
Rabbi Richfer to Talk
"Inquistion and Expulaion" will
In the topic .it Rabbi Harold Rich
ter's talk on Thursday. Dec. 13,
tor Dade Heights Jewish Congre-
gation adult education groups
A distinguished array of lead-
ers of the American Jewish
community and Israel is schedul-
ed to address the three-day
meeting. These include Herbert
H. Lehman, honorary general
chairman of the UJA's 25th anni-
versary year eommittes; Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel Foreign Min-
ister; Edward M. M. Warburg,
JDC chairman and honorary UJA
chairman; Joseph Meyerhoff,
UJA general chairman; Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Agency; Aryeh L. Pincus, Jew-
ish Agency treasurer; Avraham
Harman, Israel Ambassador to
the U.S.; Dr. Nahum Goltmann,
president of the Jewish Agency;
Charles Jordan, JDC Overseas
director-general, and Rabbi Her- |
bert A. Friedman, executive vice I
chairman
Delegates will also be called
upon to adopt a proposal to cstab-
Students Tour
Art Exhibition
Some ii"i students of Beth Torah
Congregation religious school this
week toured an exhibit of contem-
porary Israeli art at the Miami
Beach Art Center.
The tour was conducted by Miss
Vurika Mann, director of the Jeru-
salem Art Center of New York
City, who is currently traveling
with the exhibit throughout the
United States.
Under the direction of Abraham
j. Gittelson, education director of
Beth Torah. the Students viewed
the paintings of such outstanding
Israeli artists as Jacob Stemhardt.
Ludwig Blum. Okshi, Matus, and
others.
Utrti "a multi-million dollar UJA
special fun.I in i%:; to supplement
the regular fund in view of the
pressing new needs of refugees
and immigrants in France and Is-
rael. The proposal is to be made
by members of the eighth UJA
study mission, under the leader
ship of Meyerhoff. who made a
fact-finding study last month ol
conditions in Europe and Israel.
Top-ranking representatives of
IJA's beneficiaries, the United Is
rael Appeal-Jewish Agency, Hie
Joint Distribution Committee and
the New York As.sn. for New Amer-
icans, are expected to make last-
miinilc reports on the influx of
Jews to France from North Africa
; as a result of the political situa-
tion there, and on the problems ol
absorbing immigrants into the eco-
nomic and social life of Israel.
Another highlight of the confer-
ence will be a special Friday even-
ing Sabbath service in honor of
the UJA 25th anniversary year.
PMSIDfNT TRUMAN
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, one of the
original founders of the UJA, will
eliver the sermon, while Bib'
Irving Miller will officiate at th-:
service. The noted Cantor Moshe
Koussevitzky and his choir will
chant the service.
Nomination and election of UJA
national officers for 1963 will be
held at the closing session on Su
day.
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*Jewi$tiFk>r*(f'ftr
Friday, Deceier 7 962
Parley Asks World Action Against Anti-Semitism
ConTinued from Page 1-A
brink cf obstruction during the
Hitler ere."
Fhoto-copios of a letter from
lieorge Lincoln Rockwell, lead* r
of the American Nazi Party, and
temporary commander of the World
\ nion of National Socialists, show-
ing he was planning a world con-
gress of Nazis to be held in Ar-
gentina in i9t>3. were i istributed to
the Jewish leaders hero.
Alec Easterman, World Jewish
Congress of International Affairs,
revealed some data showing the
global ramifications ot resurgent
Nazism-Fascism. There were 23
international assemblies of such
organizations in the last two years,
he said. West German statistics,
he declared, showed there were 85
such! organizations in Germany and
450 outside Germany. He noted
there had been recent printings of
Hitler's "Mein Kampf" in large
editions in Brazil. E^>pt and Eng.
land.
Israel Sieff. president of the
European executive of the World
Jewish Congress, urged, in an ad-
dress, that the entire free world,
ihrough its governments, parlia-
ments and churches, take vigorous
action against a resurgent move-
ment of Nazism and
which, he said, threatens all demo-
cratic freedoms "
"It is tragic that Jewish or-
ganizations from many coun-
tries," sail! Mr. Sieff. should be
obliged, in 1962, to meet lo deal
with Ihe menace of the revival of
Nar-Fascist anti-Semitism- To
minimize the recent manifesta-
tions ar.d incitements to violence
against Jews and other racial
and religions groups would be to
repeat the tragic error of the
1920's arc" 1930s which resulted
in the holocaust." He cited the
activities of the Naii-Fascist
groups in Britain and Latin
America in the past year.
1'roof that "the heirs and suc-
cessors" Of Hitler Nazism are at-
tempting to form a worldwide anti-
Semitic organization under the
temporary leadership of Rockwell,
and planning to hold a world con
-ress of Nazi-Fascists in Argen-
tina, was submitted at the United
Nations lasl weekend to Sir Mu-
hammad Zafrulla Khan, president
of the General Assembly.
The proof, in the form of a photo
copy letter from Rockwell, leader
of the American Nazi Party, was
bmitted by Dr. Maurice L Perl*, of violatingBritain's **fe<***
.:. head of the World Jewish vt through the holding of anti-
. department ol interna ;cmjtjc demonstrations
affairs. The WJC has con-
sultal vc status at the United Na-
tion:
The Rockwell letter dated lasl
Ocl 3. written on swastika-embl
oned stationery >t the American
\azi Party, and concluded with
Heil Hitler," was addressed to
three persons i:i Buenos Aires,
identified as Ferreyra, Dubrow,
and Muller, of the Argentine Na-
tional Socialist Front Rockwell
took over world leadership oi the
Nazi movement this fall, when Col-
in Jordan. British leader ol the
movement, was jailed tor a nine-
month term alter being convicted
SHERATON
Spy's Sentence Up 15 Years
JERUSALEM |JTA' The
Israel Supreme Court rejected this
week the appeal oi Dr Israel Beer.
[i nr.er member of the Israel Army
General staff, from a tea-year sen-
tence for espionage and increa
the sentence to IS years.
Dr Beer, who held the rank ol
colonel, was a lecturer on military
tory in Tel Avn University when
was arrested last January The
case attracted widespread notice
because of his association with thi
NATO as a military expert and
purported friendship with
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
The Tel Aviv District Court
had found him guilty on three
counts of maintaining contact
with foreign agents and trans-
mitting secret military informa-
tion. Proceedings in both the
trial and the appeal were held be-
hind closed doors but the judg-
ments made it evident that the
espionage efforts were on be-
half of an East European coun-
try.
The office of the Israel Chief of
Staff was reported to be consider
big revoking Dr, Beer's rank as
Army colonel.
The Israeli military code empow-
ers the Chief of Slaff. on permiss-
ion of the Defense Ministry, to re-
voke the rank of any officer of the
regular army or the reserves who
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Friday. December 7, 1962
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Dr. Lehman to be Named Honorary
Citizen of Me Ami at Banquet Here
Continued from Page 1-A
I lie For
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CANlOk SHOIOM KATI
2|zra Finegold
To Chair Zionist
Cavalcade Here
v i rt K. Ossip, chairman of the
lent'! Council of the Greater
Districts of the Zionist Or
i'ii of America, has an-
il the appointment of Ezra
i i 'gold, veteran Miami Beach
-: leader, and president of the
i is Zionist District of Miami
Heath, as chairman of this year's
ilcade of Israel Stars.
year, the Greater Miami
rricts of the ZOA sponsor an
ing of entertainment at the
r-.ach Auditorium by out-
l artists and performers ol
Proceeds of the one-perform-
mee show ere earmarked for
ie work of the South Florida
Zionist Youth Commission, the
cholarship fund of Camp Judaea
in Hendersonville, N.C., and for
Israeli youth work. This year's
concert will tofce place on Sun-
day evening, Dec. 30, at the Mi-
Ami Beach Auditorium.
I'megold is honorary life pres-
it of Temple Ncr Tamid and a
r president of Temple Me
.ih. He is also honorary lite
.lent of the Biscaync Point
wners As>n. organization
ii man of the Jeuish National
(i Council, and a member of the
.rd of governors >f tin Greater
i Jewish Federation.
Leon J EH, piesidcnf of the
JNF Counc.l here, said Wednes-
day that Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev,
chief of the Armored Fortes of
the Stafe cf Israel, will arrive in
Miami to make the f-rst presen-
tation of a Scroll of Honorary
Citizenship to Dr. Lehrman at the
banquet.
it is gratifying," Ell noted,
"that the people ol Israel, through
the Jewish National Fund, have
recognized this outstanding person
ality. the signal honor being ac-
corded Dr. Lehrman is. ot course,
; citation in behalf of his contri-
bution to Jc\\;-h National Fund
aliairs.
"But it is also a recognition of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity which, through Me Ami. is
showing it> Intense interest in the
upbuilding of the State ot Israel."
The banquet will honor all JNF
workers in behalf of this latest
project recently launched by Dr.
Zev Kogan. a leading .INF partici-
pant here. Particularly, it will
take note of those who recently
returned from the JNF caravan to
Israel to witness the dedication
ceremony ol Me Ami.
Also announced here by Ell
was the arrival of Cantor Sholom
Kati, of Washington, DC, who
will present a program of liturgi-
Youth Service
At Emanu-E!
First youth service and break-
fast <>l the new -eason will be held
at Temple Kmaiui-F.1 on Sunday
morning.
The service at 10 a m in Fried-
land Chapel, will be followed by
breakfast in Sirkin Hall, with Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
ol Temple Enianu-El. welcoming
the teen age group.
Guest speaker will be Circuit
Court Judge Irving Cypcn.
Youth co-chairmen for the initial
event are Marcia Cohen and Mike
Tel son.
Sponsors of the youth breakfast
are Mr. and Mrs Elias Halpern.
members of the congregation, in
hi nor Of 'heir 50th wedding ;i:ini-
versan.
cal music. Th:s will be Cantor
Kati' second appearance here in
behaif of Jewish National Fund.
Cantor k.<;.- was acclaimed a
hild prodigy at
of j. His
dent was recog-
ized in his early
ears, and upon
unplction of his
tudics in Vien-
a, he became
hici cantor of
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his musically crea-
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Rumania was overrun by the Nazis.
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that finally saved Cantor Katz.
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was given a shovel and pick-axe
and told to dig his grave, he made
a plea that he be allowed to sing,
and raised his voice in the Hebrew
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FEATURES ROCKWELL MATERIAL
Vicious Hate Mailing Noted Here
A Coral Cables businessman
Tuesday reported the receipt <>i
some of the most vicious hate lit-
erature ever reported to the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation and
postal authorities here
Samuel Blair. of 524 Valencia.
Coral Gables, told The Jewish
Moridian that he received a mail-
tag Mondav with a .Miami post- of a certificate of 'Fabulous Bene-
mark, and embellished by the kind fits" called the Jew Communist
oi decoration" he felt should Traitor's Surrender l'a^ '
have caught some official's eye be- The "pass" entitles the owner
Tht envelope is addressed to
Jam Blair," with the dollar sign
substituting for a capital "S."
To the right of Blair are a ham-
mer and sickle, symbol of inter-
national Communism, and a Star
of Davit;.
The mailing contains two pieces
>l -literature." One is in the form
fore it got to me."
"to be gassed toward the very
JtUtfttl ANcj
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SOME ENVELOPE EMBELLISHMENTS
Kerzl Gold Medal Goes
To Zionist Louis Lipsky
Continued from Page 1-A
fight for a charge of priorities
in Amercan Jewish life" to give
the top priority to education and
cultural activities."
Dr. Neumann warned of the
ubilit) "i a renewal oi dangi r
political and diplomatic pres-
sure against Israel in the presi nl
sessions of the United Nations Irom
avowed enemies and possibly even
from well-intentioned friends."
Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA presi-
dent, said that it a> "incompre-
hensible" that for more than a de-
cade the United State- Department
ot State had "procrastinated" in
taking action toward United States
affiliation to the United Nations
genocide convention.
In response to the tributes and
the award. Lipsky, who observed
his 86th birthdaj this week stress
ed that American Zionism "fulfill-
ed n- first mission brilliantly when
the State of Israel was !>"rn He
i xpressed the hope that "the
friendship and -uppnrt.th.it Israel
now need- should be given by
acrican Zionists as an expression
in their kinship with the. wi ole
Of Israel."
'It is indeed an honor to 11
the medal bearing the name of
Theodor Herzl, the foun er i>t mod-
ern Zionism, who indelibly im
i d himself on the succeeding
generations and whose luminous
personality will forever
their inspiration," Mr.
stated
remain
Lipsky
"And I accept it with deep
emotion, as the gracious token it
is intended to be, for my part in
bidding the movement that chal-
lenged history and brought
Herzl's dream of a Jewish State
to life. I am grateful that I have
lived to see that dream realiz-
ed."
last." Other "privileges" include
the following
"Official Miami Beach, remlorc-
e,I Kosher beach chair- to sit in
while being gassed.
"Autographed copy of -What a
Shock.' by Julius and Ethel Rosen
berg, to read in gas chamber wait-
ing room.
"Extra, large sice, giant. Kosher
nose-plugs, to avoid 'that gassy
odor' until the end.
"Instant MOHEL service. (Pain-
less, we use ga*l) Our Mohtl
saves the cutting and throw*
away the Jew.
"Master Hollywood picture of
piles of 'dead Jews' to look at in
fcas chamber for that 'together-
ness' feeling as you go.
"Your CHOICE of Musack po-
grams' of chamber music, (gas
chamber, that is) while you are
drifting off to Happy Hunting
Grounds."
Announces the card: "All Jew
traitors taking advantage of the
Surrender Pass will be lodged.
prior to gassing, at the fabulous
new Miami Beach hotels. The
Auschwitz Arms, or The Cham-
ber- And while at these pure
Kosher heavens, be sure t<> visit the
beautiful Buchenwald Bar Ask
old 'Kapo,' the friendly bar tend-
er, for the famous Zyklon-B 'gas
tail' "
The reverse side of the card
features .< certificate of "Full Con-
fession," with these instruction-:
Jew traitor sign- on this line."
Immediately above, it declares "1
understand that I deserve to bi
-rd. according to the United
States Constitution, along with the
resl of the .u-w traitor- to Ameri-
ca "
Other paragraphs say: "I have
been working with most of the
other Jews to destroy this great
American Republic an<: the White
Race which built it, and to set up
a Communist Jew dictatorship
behind a Gentile front like we
have in Russia ... Or I have
been loyal to Israel instead of
America ."
V
.#&&&& Sfi.'<'J)G&* 3ftr x )
of (he \
i
4, bin tares-size, giant, Kosher nose-plugs, to avoid "Hut
until the end.
Thii PASS entitles the Jew traitor to the lolkowiaa b*r.e 1. To be failed toward the very lait.
1. Official Miami Beach, reinforced Kosher beach chair* tc m i ..-.
betag (aaied.
3. Autographed copy of "What a Shock! By Julius and Ethyl lUeentw.ij ^
to read In Gas-chamber waiting room. -.
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5. Instant MOHEL esrvies! (Painless, we use gas!) Our Mokel u.n y-
the cattiBf aad throws away the Jew.
*. Master Hollywood picture of piles of "dsaa Jews" d look at Ja Ci I
Chaasbsr for thM "lofeUwrnesa" lee ling as you go.
1. Toar CHOICE of Musack "pograms" of chamber music, (gas-chaa .- 4
that U) while yoe are drifting off to Happy HenUng, Grounds,
a. Beany Goodman playing "There la No Tomorrowl" ',
b. Sammy Dirts singing "Who's Sorry Now?" /
c. Barry Golden Up-daaring to 11 Only Harts For a Lutle Wh; ',
d. Mori SeJU doing Um twist to "Where's FDR Now?" A
REMEMBER! AU Jew traitors taking advantage of the Surrender Pasi \
wlU be lodged, prior to galag, at the fabulous new Miami Beach"ac .'1
tele. The Auschwtts Araaa or Tbc Chambers. And while at these p ..- O
Kosher nearens. be sure to ilelt UM beautiful Bnchenwald Bar. Ask Md f\
'Yapo", the friendly bar-lender, tor the famous Zykkm-B gastaill I- 1 j
a ULLDtl Also note tfce 100% Kosher decor; all Um seats in the rss \
rooms at Die AuscbwtU Arms and The Chambers are easausMsry de-
signed la the shape of Sure of David! Uscosafortabte but appropriate.
SOME OF THE FAPULOUS BENEFITS
Also m the envelope Blair re-
ceived is a pamphlei signed b)
Georgt Lincoln Rockwell, com
mander of the American Naz
Party, Arlington. \a warnii
"Until the American people real
1/. that Communism is NOT an
'economic idea,' bul a criminal
conspiracy by atheistical, racial
Jew- in conquer the worlJ. thc.>
will be helpless to defend (hem-
selves irom this filthy plague! It
has nothing at all t" do with RE
L1GION, We are \u'l against hon-
psl Jev or 'he Ji wish 1
only againsl TRAITORS
111 1 rtunatel} a P ^C"l '<
ct thi -' (
11 traitoi II W E '
IAL Jews ."
The pamphlet, quot
The Jewish l'r< %t a Ni
English langua; lewis*
.nil- I :it
thai "Jev havi usir
v 1. lence. and rii ke<
In m hearing a h ai
l.v preaching."
Goodmann received the achieve-
ments and goals ot the Zionist
movement. He pointed out that
"since the establishment of the
Slate of Israel. Zionism, and its
major instrumentalitythe Zionist
Organization of Americahas been
the target of downgrading on the
part of certain misguided great
i>i rsonalities in Israel
He termed this attitude a.- the
height ot ingratitude" emphasizing
that "the record of the Zionist Or-
anization of America -peaks for
itself. Even major achievement
in Israel, although it may not ear
ry a ZOA label. 1- the out grow ill
nl the blood, sweat and tears of
the true Zionists." Mr Goodmann,
1 ho occupies high positions in var-
h u- educational and communal or-
/.itinns, further asserted that
"The State of Israel never had.
and never can have more depend-
able friends than tried and true
Zionists wherever they are."
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ay, December 7. 1962
" bwisli nprkilari
Beih Sholom to Mark 20Jh Anniversary;
- Cantata to Feature Temple's History
Paqe 11-A
BABBI UON KRONISH
Seeks Ouster of
Arab Diplomat
'. ; -tmued from Page 1-A
menl Tacu.ira was received here
py Leopotdo Benitcs. of Ecua-
|dor '. rman '>t the committee on
whic! Shokalry called for the
n" <>f Tacuara. The pro-
ne Ir >m Label A. Katz,
-: of Ihe International Court-
I nai B'i ith, who visited U-
last summer and probed
neo-Nazi movement there.
tr in Ihi history of the Unit-
ms." Kati wired Ambassa-
tes, "has any delegate hail
acitj to make the kind of
is proposal offered by Ah
ikairj when he recommend-
the racist Tacuara be
l b\ the United Nations'."
* i* dramatic historj of Temple
Beth Sholom will be featured when
the Temple celebrates its 20th an-
niversary at i special dinner dance
on Saturday evening at the Amer-
icana Hotel
.lames Albert president of the
congregation, said that the history,
in the form of a cantata entitled
"What is Beth Sholom." will be
ottered by Cantor David Conviser
and the Temple choir. The can-
tata is by Ira and Judith Kisen
stein,
The dinner will be preceded by
two special events at the Temple.
ii44 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Albert revealed that Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Beth Sholom, will conduct a
Havdallah service, curing which
he will dedicate plaques of hon-
or in recognition of gifts to the
Temple building and develop-
ment fur.d. The service is sched-
uled for 5:20 p.m.
At s 30 p m there will be a cock-
tail party in the Temple auditor-
I ium.
Committee in charge of the event
are Mr and Mrs. Norman Arkin.
Mr. and Mrs Jules Arkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Arkin. Mr and Mrs.
Thomas Gerard. Mr and Mrs. Rob-
ert Somerstein. and Mr. and Mrs
Carl Lundyall representing "'sec-
ond generation" members of Beth
sholom. and all with "third gen-
eration" children in the Beth
Sholom religious school.
Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg.
chairman of the Beth Sholom 20th
addiversary celebration, said that
the dinner is being given in honor;
oi every member of Beth Sholom '
and that "the Ted carpet- will be
out for each participant in this,
happv occasion."
Serving with Judge Greenberg
on the committee are Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey K Kramer. Mrs Irving
JUDGE HARRY GREENBERG
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Mrs Aaron M. Beder. Jack Sha-
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W'olk, president of Brotherhood,
and Mrs Milton S. Malakoff.
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rJewisJh ihrkUmr
Friday, December 7, 1962
Canadian Gov't Leaders Hail Gold^
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
Continued from Page 1-A
by Israeli Ambassador Yaacov
Herzog. The part) was attended
b) members of the Canadian Cabi-
net, Parliament and members of
the diplomatic corps
Addressing a press conference,
the Israel Foreign Minister said
she was convinced the day would
come when it would be possible
to withdraw the United Nations
Emergency Force from the Israel
Egyptian border The question is
i no ol special interest here sinei
about 1,000 Canadians are in s< r
vice in the 5,000-man peace tone.
Mrs. Meir said she could not
Rabbi Caplan Will be Honored Saturday
At Adath Yeshurun Testimonial Here
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will be
honored at a testimonial dinner bj
Temple Adath Yeslnirun on Satur
day evening at the Carillon Hotel
The dinner will center around
the $;o,ooo campaign nou in pro
greSS at the Temple for completion
of the sanctuary and Hebrew
school at Adath Yeshurun.
More than $25,000 in initial gifts
have already been made, accord-
ing tn Abraham Kessler, chairman
ol the camp.n
Mrs. Daniel Bonberg is chair-
man of the dinner, and Martin
Grossman is co-chairman.
Rabbi Caplan returned to the
pulpit of Temple Adath Yeshurun
last July alter an absence of a
year and a half. He previously
served the congregation on a part-
time basis. He is a graduate ol
Yeshiva University, and lor live
years was Florida director of
Yeshiva activities here
Charles Ros< i erg is president
ol Adath Yeshurun. Mrs Joseph
Gersten is president of the Sister.
hood, and Norman Goldstein is
Mi n's Club president.
hazard ..an, opinion j>i\.ho\\ soon tJuX.
withdrawal would be possible, and
s.ud she had not seen any signs
on the part of the United Arab Re-
public that it was prepared for an
arrangement that would make tins
withdrawal possible. She said that
the presence of the United Nation-
force had resulted in -quite a
radical change in the border situa-
tion from what it had previously
been, she stressed that Israel was
"prepared and anxious to go into
peace negotiations with all our
neighbors at any tune and at anj
plan' "
Mis Meir also revealed that in
her talks with Prime Minister
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of O
gation Beth El. will be guest on
the Jewish Worship Hour this
Sunday, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 10,
WI.HVl His topic Will be Meet-
ing Lite's Challenge "
Beli Jacob Leaders Name Chairmen
For Testimonial Banquet Here in March
A testimonial '. hon-
Beth
Facob l of Mi)
Beach sometii March,
Morris B frank, president ol
this week announced
that Councilman Marcie Liberman
has I < hairmanship of th
Serving as i chairmen w ill
i e f
Miami Beach \ ice Maj n Mai-
uu Englander, Ben I ihen, Coun-
ilman Bernard F r a nk, B
i"'./. all
Beth Jacob,
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Gdldhagen, U a Mi >> r, Dan R
Israi I Schultz, Morris Si Mar-
Coral Chapter
Dinner Dance
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Medical Center is sponsoring a
dinner dance Sunday. 7:30 p.m..
at Westbrooke Country club.
The group's largest fund-raising
vent of the year, proceeds will aid
local hospitals and the Cancer Re-
-arch Hospital in Denver
rj .' Sonz and Mrs Louis Baida,
i nl of the Sisterhood.
Rabbi Tibor Stem, spiritual 1
u of Both Jacob, said that the
following board members will be
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Green, she had discussed such in-
ternational issues as disarmament.
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complete disarmament if her
Arab neighbors will do likewise
but with mutual controls, nat-
urally," Mrs. Meir meanwhile
told a dinner meeting in Montreal
attended by 1.500 guests. She
spoke as a guest of the Israel
Bond Organization in Montreal
and was introduced by Ambassa-
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She said arm- tank- and sub-
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and that this build-up was danger-
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SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Penikta Rahbati, Piska Shubah,
45, 4.
\ Prince committed a hfimuH
and nil friend adviicd him
. tuch a crime will be ..). and the King will impruon
e uhll hat e you (lousi'd ami t
ru M lire on hrrjil and
Then he will expect you to
pardon Why not do the
. at the i ery ftrtt? Co, and
. i.r guilt, and hc-g hlj for-
.:[ in.f /r .. thus thi
/-rjt! "Return un-
i I d .-.[ once, and protect
n tribulation! and

ii i bah, 21, 6
: HI .
Ii <.! but the ....- re-
ii olu avi open.
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Sandhedrin, 99a
mure j-v m Heaven oi et
who repenteth than over
: nine righteous
io repentance.

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c re/1 ntance up :.'
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lavni s
Wisdom of the Psalmists
Means Faith in Almighty
/ve/iWows &L^ife
By RABBI DANIEL LOWY
Temple Sinai of North Dade
What it a "Talith Katan?"
Talith Kalan"' is the name giv-
a special garment which men
under their shirts. Its dts-
lisbing characteristic is that it
is made Of four corners. The term
mi ana "a small cloak'" or "a small
nt."

Why it this garment worn?
The Bible commands "And they
(hall make fringes (Tzitzith' on'
the corners of their garments."
".umbers 15:38). In another place1
the Bible writes "Thou shalt make
fringes on the four corners of thy
arments." (Deuteronomy 22:12).]
From this the rabbis in the Tal-
mud deduce that only a garment
">f four corners must have fringes
. ttached to it. In olden times when
the people wore square cloaks,
- was possible.
Today when people wear round
..rments the only way in which J
.. man can constantly fulfill the
nuuirement of wearing fringed i
garments is to have a special
square garment under his shirt, to]
the four corners of which he at-,
laches the fringes. These fringes j
it rve as reminders of our historic
Iraditiona and past. It is some]
times said that our practice of
lying a string around one's fing.
rs for memory is rooted in this
i ractice of tying fringes on the
i rners of one's garments in on'l r
' remember the Almighty and his
iandments to us.
*
Why do men wear a large Talith
during worship?
During the hours of worship
hen Jewish men are In the pri
va > of their homes or in the syna-
gogues, they put on these large
Tuleithim in order to fulfill the
J' 'iimandment completely and to
wrap themselves in their faith and
l of the Almighty and the
unnmandments. In this way the
entire body and soul in shrouded
with faith and holiness.
One of our main goals in life,
and one that seems to elude us
nmrc than many others, is the at-
tainment of happiness. There is
a phrase from Psalm 119 expound-
ing and extolling the knowledge
of God ;is the key to the eternal
happiness of man. The central
thought can he crystallized in the
words, "Grant me understanding
that 1 may live "
.More than 800 years ago, the
renowned philosopher, Moses Mai-
monides, pointed out that there
are several types of wisdom. The
ambitions of men and the char-
acter and worth of every indivi-
dual are determined by the levels
upon which his understanding
mov es. It depends upon the type
of wisdom he embodies in his life,
The first and lowest, in the
acqulstion of which people spent!
[heir days, is the possession of
money, garments, furniture, land, and the like. This is the kind of in-. :antor Maur
tellect that exhausts itself in acquiring material thingsonly the furni-j,.,;,, ,v ,-. ,,
ture of life, but not life itself, The next higher level of wisdom is ?Vrmon:i "Tin
mure related to man's bodyphysical perfection. The next level is I '"'""
excellence of character, the moral fibre of our personalities. ; be "rlditulnai.^awJ!1 Max
Character is like a basket that holds the goods we acquire in the j shapir" "cantor Fred Bernstein,
markets of life. Shrewdness, cunning, the ability to accumulate wealth i rlday 8:15 p.m. Quasi speaker:
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RABBI DAVID LOWY
. .. wisdom and faith
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd eve Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. |
Cantor William W. Lioson.
i la ', |. in Hudassah Sabbath.
ii.ix ;i n.m. Itar Mitsvah: Bryan,
-..ii of Sidney Altcrman and Mr-
Rose Alt* i in.,n.
-a
BETH EL. 500 bw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
ly :.l". p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
I"" Attain Spiritual Hi ighls."
Bar Mltzvnh Michael, son ol Mr. and
Mi.-. Jai k Qoldfarb

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
I i i.t.i\ v l". p.m, Pulpit guest: Mrs.
i Kramarskj oi Miami Chapter
ah Topic: Israel, lh< Pr< sent
: i Saturdaj S 15 a.m.
a
BETH ISRAEL. 4OO0 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
I i kIiiv '. ij p.m. sal urdaj n m Her-
., .,n "When Children Com< of Age "
I ii. u Shubbat 1:15 p.m. Guest speak-
er: Mi-. Khulainlth Walk, paat prea-
idi hi. Women a MIzraehi,
-
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
i. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Hlstorj oi ill'- Name

i|iiimimwnnmi;iiii,#
GEMS OF WISDOM
Boolj which teach and spea\ of i
: best are j
equally sacred whatever be the I
tongue in which they are written or I
the nation to which they belong.
SPINOZA. ]
*
Br:.i;: not your small children to I
-.< who was bereaved o/ his ,
small children. seper HAS1D1M,
*
Fear o il> tu'o Cod, and him ;
1 AZEROV.
who fairs
* *
\,,,u .. td^en m by flat-
markets of life. Shrewdness, cunning, the ability to accumulate weaun rriaaj vi., p.m. ""' ;',,,.',:,.',,', ~ t
and buy the things we need, or think we need, must be held together ^eau'ot^ewlah'Educatlon. Topic:
within the framework of morality. But this level, too, is not enough | th- New Trenslatlon." *,up*al>j
to satisfy the thoughts of the Psalmist. Characer can be conventional 8
and mediocre. A cake can have all the finest ingredients and still
be heavy, flat and tasteless. What is lacking is the leavening that
makes lite risethe spark, the imagination, and the contagion of tne
Divine. The highest level of wisdom is accompanied with reverence
for God.
Here is an imperative lesson for our time. We, today, have made
a cult out of successsuccess in terms of powersuccess in terms of
exploitation of others. We have made a religion of the practical, and
the practical only too often means a scornful dismissal of every' moral
consideration. We bow our heads and humble ourselves before the
great deity, "know how." We dedicate our choicest sons and daugh-
ters to the amoral powertechnology.
The wisdom and understanding as expressed by the Psalmist means
something more than mere intellectualism, more than mere mental
agility, as reflected in the ability to score in a nimble argument, or
to make a keen analysisand much more than basic skills. Wisdom
must include faith in the Almighty and loving kindness. The wise man
is the good man, the kind man and the just man. He is intelligent in
the matter of values and the amenities of life. The highest goal for
human aspirations, according to the Psalmist, is to be found in an
intelligent, discerning individual, who is motivated by a respect for
God and his fellow-man.
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orta re get tlo n s
This page is prepared in
cooperation with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FP
Gems of Wisdom
The congregation continued to
In the month of November, 1955,
a small notice appeared in local
newspapers, requesting those inter-
ested in the formation of a Reform
congregation in North Dade to
meet in the North Miami Beach
City Hall on the 22nd of the month.
The moving spirit behiad that
first meeting were Mrs. Herman
Rodstein and Al Sherman, who lat-
er became the first president of
the budding congregation. Only a
handful of people appeared for the
meeting, at which Rabbi Joseph
Narot. of Temple Israel, presided. grow jn juiy. 1956, Rabbi Benno
Rabbi Narot was the guiding "; Wallach was engaged as spiritual
fluence during those early days, iea,ier 0f (he Temple, and his ser-
and it was his encouragement | vjces officially began in January.
which induced the group to pro- ,957 Rabbi Wallach remained
eed with plans for the founding wi(n tne congregation for five
if the Temple. years, until March 29. 1962, and
(tevM-al weeks later a second "under his leadership the congre-
^Un' found a n.uJh larger at- gation grew to almost 300 fami-
endance. Al Sherman was elected lies.
.resident The first congregation-1 in July of this year. Rabbi Daniel
al service was held on January 20. m. Lowy was called from his post
SS8 in the North Miami Beach i Washington, Pa., to assume the
.^l ..n I pulpit of Temple Sinai. The auxil-
.w ,,,. iary organizations of the Temple
One month later, the ff<* p|aVcd a large part during those
ion had grown to such an eem, am) jt WM tncir sup.
,t became JMW "* port' which enabled the congrega-
penter's Hail at NE 131st St. Many j.^ ^ do(1J(.alc j(s fjrsl Duildillg
ocal .spiritual leaders occupie.i ine ^ ^ COI1grogation now
pulpit during those for.. 1.111 bM a s;IIU,Ulary which
nonths The Temple came (loser I ----------, ...
, realization when P. C. Gorman.
^ ; I II.III.
1 .ream."

BETH TORAH. lb4tn i. mo NE 11th
ave. Comervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ichitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kinchen-
baum.
FYldav 8:80 p.m. rre-s4 r\ lea lecture
at 7:;i" p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
.Vlitzvah: Alan, aon nt Mr. :ind Mrs.
Gerald Koahar; David, aon ( Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Welnatock.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 18th t., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gerthen Levin.
Friday J:S0 p.m. Sarmon: schenus,
Ihvams and Thrm." Cantor I-evin a
olaa will participate in .-hildrHii
service. Saturday X:lj a.m. Bar Mitz-
vah: Sidney Cohen, son of Mre. Sarah
London.
OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rtJ it. Con-
aervatlve. Rabbi Harold Richtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday <:13 p.m. I'ulpit STieat: Mrs.
ShelU Itaron. S.-rmon: The will
and thr Legend." Spe*-lal Hadassah
Sabbath. Saturday >.30 a.m.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen,
teld. Cantor George Goldberg.
in,lav 5:15 and 8:1! p.m. Sermon:
"Hadaaaah." Ones Snabbat noata:
Mr and Mrs. 1. Verdon. Saturday
B:30 a.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen
Friday 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon:
.i,,.n ihe Door." Saturday J a.m.
liar Mitavah: Michael, "'" t Mr. ana
Mrs. Hj '"! tman.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 lUOlMava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday P.m. Saturday 8:jn a.m. Ser-
mon: "Dreama That Change Our
Livei '
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
Frlda\ i 15 p m, Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Jew and Hebrew.
SOUTHWEST~CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. ,
Frlda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How Mucn
Praver?" Saturday 8:30 a.m. Junior
services 10:45 a.m.
tei than ttte proud, who wish to |
be ilii first -'".! are not.
spinqza. ;
*
A man appreciates 'he love of I
I % grandchildren mor than the 1
love of his cl -dun. Zohar, i, 233a. I
aaaaanawl
Baa Mltivah: Tama Phyllla, daug-hUr
: Mr. and Mra. Paul A. Btern.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adlef
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "My Mc-
age on Faith to iiie Florida PTA
CongTeaa."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Cap.an. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger. ,__
l nii.ii 8:15 p in Sermon "R< moving
UbaUi I. *" Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH A*M. 5950 N. Kendall
dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
I rida> 7:80 p.m. Sermon: yhanuka a
romlntr." All children with birthdays
In Dei ember will !' honored. Satur-
day ii : a.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 P^alermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brovm.
Krklay 8:15 I'm. .Sermon: 'A StranKO
Fa..- for a Jew." Saturday 10:10 a-m.
liar Mltivah: Mark, son of Ml. and
Mrs. Arthur dross.
TEhtPLE MENORAH. 820 TMh t
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
witz. Canter Edward Kle.
Fridav R:1S p.m. Sermon: "Flicht andi
lMrsu'it." Saturday B.m. Sermon.
'The Portion of lh.- Law.'
TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th at. an*
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh. ...v. r
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: What Do
We 1 Ive For? > Inldren of tne rc-
llgloua rehool will participate in tho
aervlce. Saturday s:4j a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
Fridav sir, |. m Hu.-vt sp.-aker: Mrs.
Michael Krop, president, Chal Group
,.( Hadaaaah.
TEMPLE TIFERETH J A CO B tSI
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack
Lerner. _,._
Friday p-ir. p.m. il'i-st sp-aker. Jer. y
Suaaman. prealdent, Southeast "'"
o( iiiH.il Synagogue. Oneg shabbat
hosts: Mr and Mrs. Charlea Ktrsch in
honor ol wedding annlveraary. oat-
ui-.lai 9 a m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday y.:"' p.m. Sermon: "The lilrth
,,, Ideas." Oneg Shabbal boat: Slater-
ii.....t. Saturday 8 a.m,
----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor
Ben Zvi.
Frtdaj B:15 p m. Sermon: Hadaaaah
v Living Mother. Saturday s:i5
a.m. Sermon: "When Ephralm
Spoke."
HOLLY-
Reform
Reform
Saturday
SAMUEL lUBtll
. president of Temple Sinai
, nor,.jew, made two donaUons
somprising six
on "We
:i to him is
, ol all Tempi,
todaj
will be in a separate structure,
thus enabling the recreation ol (he
lust building into n classrooms
to take cart ol the Sunday school
enrollment.
iel 11 Lubell is presidenl ol
-. it to aj
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Krid.n 13 .' m. Sermoi
Judaism An".in r Path.
n a.m.
TEM.PLE BETH SHlRAH. Sunlland
Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a M ( Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Frldai 8:13 P.m. Pulpit gut-sl R
Top "Psyi holog-} In Ri llg-
Ion j ir Burg, i harter mi n
i | mpli ."" eondu : set vices
y .. and Todaj
TEMPLE BETH S-.0'.OM. 4144 Chasf
ave. Liberal. R,v.m Leon Kronish
C.intar David Conviser.
i
-
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "The \\an-
derings of Jacob." Om t Shahhal hoat:
Saoml Group of Miami Chapter, Ha-
daaaah,
YEHUDA" MOSHF 1SW W Olnle
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:13 p.m. lladassuh Sabbath.
Quest speaker: Mrs Norman Chaaen,
president of Albert ESnateln Group or
lladassah. Topic "A Touch ol Great-
ness." Social hour co-hosta: memberg
..f Hadaaaah and Sisterhood.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I ml;,', S 15 p.m. Saturday 8 a ra. Ser-
mon: "Going "ut in Glory."

CANDLEUGHTING T//VE
10 Kislev 5:12 p.m.
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MAX LERNER
. avoids wishful nets
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Best Possible
World for All
THE AGE OF OVERKILL. A Preface to World
Politics. By Max Lerner. 329 pp. New York:
Simon and Schuster. $5.95.
AUTHOR, teacher (professor of American Civ-
ilization. Brandeis University), and New York
Post syndicated columnist (The Jewish Ftoridian
and other- Mi x Lerner has long been one of the
most judicious exponents of intellectual liberalism.
Thi' judgments expressed in 1957 in his now classic
work, "Amerii ..- a i ivilization" stood as touch-
stones for liberal thinking for many years. It is
i hope that the thoughts in this first fullscale
book since then will be able to stand for some ten
or Bfteen years that the terms are basic enough
and the mold flexible enough to contain the chang-
ing winds "i doctrine and serve as an organization
tor e "i their time" for some of this
tenuous i
. What counts, then, are not the answer?, which
are not answers, so much as possibilities, but the
way the questions are framed. Lerner is a master
trainer From the beginning of bis analysis of the
"overkill factor," the surplus killing power which
carries within it the balance of terror and thus per-
haps the seeds of stalemate ("out of this nettle,
deterrence, we presumably pluck this flower, safe-
ty"!, and the changes this has wrought in the clas-
sical power politics of the world, Lerner goes on
with rather stunning clarity to examine the rules.
players and positions of the new game
It is no longer a question <>f the best of all pos-
sible worlds, but of the world best possible for all.
To this end. he looks first at today's power centers
and power clusters, and then scarchingly at the
"grand design" of Communism, and then, profound-
ly and fascinatingly, at the undeveloped world and
its relationship to its future. A chapter on the self
determination of Wilson versus Lenin is brilliantly
conceived.
For the author Hies by the wishful nets that
gather Communi-m and democracy in ever-narrow-
ing circles until they swim together in the capitalist-
welfare pool. Rather, having looked at the leaders
and their societies, at their identities and mystiques,
and having noted the death-knell of the old power
principle, Lerner listens ahead for the ring of the
new.
"It is not the nation-state but the relation be-
tween nation-states that is dying. Nor can power
or morality or national interest be dispensed with.
The world must move beyond the nation-state power
principle to a collective-security power principle.
Since the classical system of nation-states no longer
can serve as a principle of world order, another
principle must be found the power of a world
force backed by a collective world will. Within this
frame of world order the nation-state can flower as
never before, because all the conditions of its flower-
ing are now abundantly available.
"This, then, will be man's most perilous assign-
ment: to prevent undreamt destruction in wars
starting in unpredictable ways with unpredictable
weapons, and to do it by releasing unknown springs
of consent, so that in time an unparalleled organiza-
tion of world will can come into being."
The kind of collective policing agency yet to be
created, by the kind of transnational men just be-
ginning to l)i- horn, may perhaps secure the overall
in thi age ..i overkill. If they do. Max Lerner'a
Courageous book will stand as one of the first prim-
tta for prophet If they don't, nothing will stand.
and neither tin- hook which matters so much, nor
any other, w ill u j more.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
0
Religious Considerations in Political Life
Washington]
TO THE HORROR of some Jew
ish organizations, the existence
of a "Jewish vote" in the United
States was suggested by a num
ber of speakers at a recent insti
tute conducted here by the Natior
al Conference of Christians an.
Jews
Indeed, one political poll ex _
pert. Oliver A. Quayle, actually maintained that the
Jewish vote provided the narrow margin for Presi-
dent Kennedy's 1960 election victory.
Quayk who polled opinion fluctuations for the
Kennedy campaign, concluded that "a voter who is
a Jew or a Catholic is likely to expre.-s feelings
as a Jew or a Catholic in an election, even as do
women, men. members of labor unions, farmers,
and businessmen."
'Of what value is religion when it is not trans-
lated and applied to the issues of the day?" asked
Quayle. He maintained that -religion must play a
major role in peoples' decisions on political is-
sues."
Quayle reported: "The best recent example ot
religion influencing people came in the election of
I960 In the beginning, Jewish voters were suspect
,,; Kenned) large!) because they doubted the lib
eralit) oi his position on numerous issues By the
time November rolled around. Jewish voters were
solidly in Kennedy's camp because he was a cath-
olic and deserved support ai a member "t a minor-
ity group, even though another minority group
Jewish vuti r> ma) have accounted for Kennedy's
narrow margin of victory two years ago."
Discussing the response ol candi ates to relig oua
bloc.-. Quayle said: "If Nixon is weak among Jew
ish voters, we do not mean that lie dons a skull
rap and goes from temple to temple shaking hands.
li Kennedy's religion i- hurting him. it doe- not
mean that lie gives up church attendance during a
campaign In Nixon- case it might mean that
he would accept more invitations from B'nai B'rith
Between You and Me:
and other such organizations"
In the view of* Quayle. "religious groups do
vote with rigid conformity or under thi direct
of their leadership" but "their vote dusters
blocs."
Chairman Stanley H. Lowell, of the New York
City Commission on Human Rights, deplored i
growing pressures in political area.- b) religious
and racial groups.
Lowell said such a pressure system "emphas
differences which should Im' relegated :< the p.,.
he -tressed that appointments and promotions
should be based on merit and political go' eromen ,
philosophy, not upon the religion or the raci ,
potential appointee
He -aid the point had come when otu was
"this l- a Negro job a Catholic position ,
Jewish spot."
Lowell held that the use of religion-, racial
national origin groups as a basis for political po
is becoming more widespread He said "it is based
Upon the unfortunate view urged by romi
pollsters, so prominent in our political :< '
who -tie-- the laet that votes and points of vu
are based upon religious and racial gr- ipu
"If the public office holder accepts this premis
said Lowell, "he is under great pressure to
candidates lor public office in this nan i :.
I' tin- approach is carried to its logical mclu
we need not have candidates for offic< elected i
appointed on the basis ot individual merit, hut
should permit the various croup*i a,.
and nationalityto select them from AlthUl !
selves their respective representatives and i
-iich representative should then he m-nt (he 1'
lative chamber where each would speak and aci
tin n presenlative of his respective gro ;
Lowiil insisted "thi- i> the very negati >n ol i
American democratic ideal The contribui
American society to the political history the w
has been the value of the individual, the men'
the individual and the freedom of tin individua
chi o-t ,ind decide "
By BORIS SMOLAR
What Keeps Poland's 30,000 Jews There?
i
SINCE THE END of World War II
more than 350.000 Jew- emigrate
from Polandmost of them to Israel
and only about 3u.(KMl remained. What
keeps these 30,000 Jews in Poland at aj
lime when the government permit- an)
Jew to leave the country with all hill
possessions'' Thi- was one of the man
questions that interested me during my
vi-11 to Warsaw and Krakow. Answers
from many sides indicated that various factors commune
to the fact that Jewish communities still exist in more
than 20 cities through which the 30.000 Polish Jews are
scattered.
The major factor is the pension system in Poland un-
der which aged Jews are receiving government aid as
equal citizens The majority of the Jews in Poland to-
day are over 60 years of age; they are too old and too
weak to start life anew in a new country With pension
Irom the government and aid from Joint Distribution
Committee through the local Jewish Belief Committee.
they feel it is best for them to live the rest of their yean
in their native country A second major factor is inter
marriage; many ol the Jews in Poland today have surviv-
ed because they fled to Russia when the Nazis occupied
Poland.
There they married non-Jewish women with whom
they came out later to Poland as repatriate- They do not
feel like leaving their non-Jewish wives who prefer to re-
main in Poland rather than to emigraM l< an)
where the) may be considered compleu strangei )
send their children to the Jewish schools in Pol- and
try to adjust themselves to permanent Jewish In
by participating 111 Jewish cultural activities.
factor is the hope that many Jews maintain thai son daj
their close relatives in Soviet Russia may be as '
a- they were and may reach Poland
There is quite a number of Jews in Poland livii
this hope and waiting for their relatives to joil
They are in correspondence with their relatives and
even get Soviet visa- to visit them There are al- Jews
who were saved by Polish families during the N
ctipation and have attached themselves to these fan
Then there are the Jewish Communists who -
believe in the present regime in Poland, which is
ing financially and otherwise all the Jewish cultura icl
vities in the country. There are also Jewish
who. after returning from the war years in Soviet
have economically adjusted themselves well to [C in
Poland, and have no inclination to break up then pi
existence by emigration. All these factors, lake
gethcr. account for the fact that the majority ot those
30.000 Jews who are today in Poland will reman
land. Not to count an estimated number of aboui 15.00
Jews who are called "marranos" becauM- they do not
want to admit that they are Jews and prefer to bl
as Poles.




Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Gurion's Telegram: Tel Aviv and

BEN-GURIOM sent a telegram t' m*-"jjM
* (astro telling him that, if h >
attacked Miami, Israel would re
gard it as an attack on Tel Aviv j
So ran the comedians' quips di.
ing the recent Cuban crisis.
The joke suggests certain para
lels. Tel Aviv and Miami ha
much in common There are gre;
differences too. of course Florii.
could not claim the holiness that .
To be sure, it has Si Petersburg and St. Augustine
but Israel's chief crops in olden day- was saints.
We tend to look on the Florida city, by reason
ol its economic solidity, as much older than Tel
Aviv. But really the difference in age Is not 1
: real as oim might suppose
11 you want a moving story, read Harry Simon-
boff's "Under Strange Skies, a mine ol informa-
tion about Jews in all parts of the world but spe-
cially good lor its account of the rise of Miami Jew-
ry, the author being a resident of the Florida city
himself.
Mr. Simonhoff recalls how the first Jew. the late
Isidor Cohen, came to Miami in a boat with a car
ton of merchandise. There was no railroad then
going to the city Isidor Cohen had difficulty in
getting dockage for his boat. The town of Miami
was then, in fact, not even Miami, for it had no
name yet. Some people were urging that it be call
ed Flagler. after the financier who. it was rumored
then, planned to connect it with a railroad TV
settlement al the time numbbered only 100 people. AH
ot this was as late ai 1893.
Isidor Cohen was the type of man whom a cst)
like Tel Aviv would he glad to count as one ol
own pioneers. He bad a distinct flair for wrlUi
says Mi Simonhoff,


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Dec.?--r.bm- 7, 1982
*Jew. LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
CE 3- PUBLICATION
' c RC COURT OF THE
\ ',' TH JOO'OAL C'RCUIT OF
. : DA -NO FOR DADE
NTY v< CHANCERY.

No. 62C 12256
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. Bill of Comt.ln in i
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wish .l.oRIDIAN
KKKI> ..i Ml iml
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II lfi-!3-3, 12 7
RCl T COURT OF THE
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DA IN AND FOR DADE
NTY IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 11787
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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-..: HER! IH N' TIKIBT thai
been : mht against j .in
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in.- :. .,- .ni th.ii certain
...r. .. -; ICIllal 1} ill i II
.ruin .1 159 in S- t".ii \'
ibdivlsion BI8CAYNE OAR-
......rrilng :.. ill-- plat there-
dt-d i'. I'l.it Hook 4". Cage
toe PubUe Reuords of Dude
.-. Florid i,
. .ii.-i r-;i. and you are re-
:. iil- .. Answer to wild
...: with the Clerk ..f the above
i C< art and t.. serve a copy
lit on plaintiffs :tt torn. \ -, Al.-
L VKINTIt All: nIl.| A JAY
-i- rltj Trui BuiM-
.'bls. n..t later than
da) I '-.t-nii..-i, ii>i;L', in
which ii>i Complaint will
.~ t-.ir'e- .-.-.! l.\ \ mi.
AT Ml \MI I' I.i ll!ll>.\. thll
- N'..\ .-n i 1982
E \ i'v. :i:m \n. Clerk,
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It) K M l.YMAN
I >,.'.;?-. Clerk*
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**|f only the others sold like
that Talmudic Judaism!"
Cepr. 1962, Do,eii Production!
j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 62C 12483
I .CIS A REMESAR, ___ L
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VS.
'Alt!,118 REMESAR,
I -fi-inl:int.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I": CARLO*) REMES M:
ADDRESS I NKXnHX
YDf, A l; 1.11 s REMESAR,
dress unknown, are required to
your answer tn th, complaint for di-
J"orc. with ih.- i-l.ik ,,f the above
' irt, and nerve a ropy thereof upon
CjINO P, NEORETTI, Attorney, 910-
II Cnnxreaa Hldic. Ill N.K. 2nd Ave-
nue, .Miami, rloiidn, on or before De-
'ember 26th, 1962, ... .-:-. complaint
til I.. tak< 'i a- i ..nf..-.,-ii.
I"t.il thi- Siith day of November
ad-
fiu
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti Fk>riafatrj
solicits your legal notices.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I It 3-4605
for messenger service
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V
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12283
III \ i:V MII.I.KI!
Plaintiff,
ve
M \l:v l. MII.I.ER
11, f.i-.i hi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i : MART I. MILLER
Addretih nnkn..wn.
You, MARY 1.. MILLER, are hi re-
bj notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed oftaiutd
you, and you are required aerve
a cop) "f >.iii Answer it Pleadins to
:ln- liill ..f C'iniplaint on the Plaint-
iff* Attorney, ANllELO A \l.l. *>
Alnale; Bulidltut, .Miami :'.'.'. Plortda,
iml fii.- the original Answer r Plead-
ins i" the ofrloe of in. Clerk "f th.-
t'iri'ult Court n ..r before tin- 17th
da) of I.....ember, IMS. If yon -it
to d !". jini he taken nsainat yon for the r.-li.-f
demanded in the HID of Complaint.
This notice -ball i- pubtlahed once
. a. h week for four conseoutlvi week*
in THE JEWISH Kl.oKIPl.v.V
IK)NE AN'P liRDBRBD at Miami,
Plr-rlda, thla lit'i day >! November,
\ I !:'I!
I-' l; LEATHERMAN. rierk.
t'it-.-nii I'.-urt. I'a.il.- County, Plorlda
mrall Bj C. r '' >ri".I.AM'
I >eputy Cli rU
AN'Ml.n A Al.l
"'| \ InMey Hullding
'_. I '...; 111..
\i ': a. \ for liMimiff
tl I6-2J-J0, 12,7
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57519.B
IN III". KM.lt.- Of
JOHN a MAl.M. also known as
.n iHN A MAI.M. Jit
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH PersoiiH Hav-
ing Claims or Demandu Agalusi Suid
Eslati :
You are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims 41ml (!-
'ii.itiii- which yon ma) have against
the estate of John a. MALM, also
known as JiHIN A. MAI.M. JR., de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
tr the County Juogea of Dude Coun-
ty, and file the same in their office*
in th*. County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within sis calendar
months from th*- date Of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
LLILL1AN M. MALM
SIDNEY EFRONHON. Attorney-
Mi Security Trusl Bldg.
Miami IS, rtortda
U/16-SS-30, 12'7
NOTICE UNDER
-ITIOUS NAME LAW
I- HEREBY firVKN that
.tin-.i. .1. >iring 10 engage In
th< tlrtltlouK nam< ol
11.--. nslblllt) <', and
Itexponslblllty Insurance
Bos r.2-183, .Miami .':', Fil -
to : Ulster said names
. rk ol the Circuit Court
nty, l'i-rWn
\ .\ UHX1E8, INC.
lorida Corporation
Sole owner
I. vv. KARLK'K
. :! A|.i..l-..ni
m
11, K-tS-SO It 7
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF | M-:,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12197
J|" VN l'i: W.'IS.-.. KERRO.
I'lnintlff.
VN v PERIto.
I ',-l.li.lai.'
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
p.. v\v HKRRo. ^"l W 1:1th yi
Apt 21, New York t'it>. N Y.
v. >i". ana l'i ;RR<, Ml w -t 186th
Street, Apart. 84, New York City,
v n .... required to file your answer
t.. the Complalni i"i IMvoroe with the
I'lerk ol the abi.ve Court, and serve
a copj thereof upon Olno P. Negrettl,
11 Congress iiMk 111
N I -11.1 AveMie, Miami. Florida on
..-..,.. ii. |"th day of December,
.....Is. complaint will taken
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
th>. undersigned, d.-sirini; to engage in
business un.ler the fictitious name of
Wl'ALITV WIRE CLOTH COMPANY
(not Inc.) at 1070 North West :i7tu
Court, Miami. Florida Intend to reg-
ister Mid name with tile Clerk ..i the
Circuit Court ..f Dade Count), Florida.
T' IM KOCKY, BO owner
MYRt>N FORCE, 501 Owner
QoMm&n, Qoldstein A Pacsier
Attorneys for Registrants
103 West plaxlel Street
I- loi Ida
11 !3-a*. 12 7-11
i: B. LEATHERMAN
' 'lei I; ..f the ('ircuil Court
ll> : c. I'. COPELAND
i j 111 > i 'lurk
ll Z3-30, 12 7-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA-20875
N'OTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
II. Leaf, holder of Cltj of lllal.ali Tax
Suli Certificate No. 11" Issued the
23th ilas "t May, A.II IH.-.9. has flleil
same in mj i fl lei and has mad< ap
n I'm .i tax ileeil In be Issued
then on. Kald Cert If li iti emhraci -
the following described property in
Hint} ol I Hide, State ..1 I
Ii a-ii
Lol Block 126, Mi:.I. uh ITtli A.!.in
Amil., I'lai Hook 23 I'agi '' >n
7. Township 33 South, llanne I!
KllHl in the CIlV of llial- all. '..uim
of I lade, State of Fl u Ida
The :- s-.ss.n. n; ..( sail! propi l>
under the said cirtlflcate was In the
name !: ';.-... L. Nji -.
rnle.-.- said i ei III bate shall l- re-
ile.-ni.-il according i" law, the prop-
ert\ described hi rein w ill be s..lil t..
the highest bidder ai the Court House
il..... .'ii the first Mi-nil.ij. in thi
month of January, 1963, which Is the
Ttli day of Janunr.v. 1963.
I ..i ii .1 this L'lith .Li\ of Novemhel.
1962.
I-: ll, LEATHERMAN.
i 'lei k of Ciii ail l '..int.
Dade County, Florida
t.st-ali By: K. M. LEEl'ER
l leputy ci.rk
11 30, 12 7-1 l-:'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ..f
I'AISY-II-K.VNCH at 3270 N.W. :17th
Avenue in the City of Miami. Florida
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court "f Dade
Couno. Klurl.la.
RBNATO l.KVI. rv.-nwn.-r
DAISY l.KVI. Co-owner
WRPMAN ft VVKI-MAN
Vtt(.rn.>s for Applicants
U/23-30, 1L' 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File A A 20868
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ben Buskin, holder of City of Hialeah
Tax Male Certificate No. 150 Issued
the 2'inl day of .May. AIL If*., has
filed sain, in my office, ami has made
application for o tax deed to be Is-
sued thereon. Bald Certificate em-
braces the following ib-s.-riiK.-ii prop-
erty in the Count) of Dade, state of
Florida, to-wit:
I...1 t Block 108, Hialeah 17th Addi-
tion Amil., Plat Hook 23 Page '.'.
Section 7. ToWMhlp 68 South.
Rani.-., tl Bast, In th.- City of Hia-
leah, County of Dade, State of
Plorlda.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: George L. Nyce.
I'uliss. said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein "ill be sold to
the highest bidder at th.- Court House
door on the tiist Monday In the
month of January, 1983, which Is the
7th .lay .if January 1963.
Dated this 36th day of N.iv. ml" r,
1962.
17. It. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, r lorida
is.-.ili By: it. M LEEPER
Deputy Clerk
ll ::". 12/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY UIVEN that
Hi. uh.I- i-ii- .1 il. siring t" enga
b :-...... fii tltii-ii- name ol
ASSOCIATED All'.. I'ARTH at 1415
N.W. Ji-' Ti i ace, Miami, I Vi "Id
Intendu :. register said name with
the 'li i k .a lb. in. an i "ourl "i 11 I"
i 'nun' \. Floi Ida.
ELECTRIC >l. FOCII'MENT Co.
(Sole I HI lie!')
SEYM< 'I I: LONI'. >.\
i \ for A pplil :< HI
11 16-23-30, 12 "
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
tl..- linil.-ls>_:'.-.I. flesli'lng III engage i'
business mi ..i ill. fictitious name of
Till 'I'll' Al'l'l.i VN". I! al 139 Collins
Miami I ich, I- loridii intend
ii register said name with the Clerk
of tlie I'll cull Curl ni Dade County.
Florida.
lil'KTER DRCCKER
LESTER VVi:iNl.i:
( iv. Ill : -
i.. >ris hi. v/.ki:
Attornej for Applicants
P.O. Box S2, Miami lleai li ::'... Fla.
II ::.'. 12 7-1--'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12931
l'i: VNK BRENNER,
^ s,
VIVIAN" BRENNER,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tn: VIVIAN BRENNER
I35-09 K3rd Avenue
K.-w Gardens, New York
You, VIVIAN BRENNER, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to verve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to th>
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, HAROLD B. SPAET, EHQ.,
4"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on oc before, the
Mb day of January, 1983. If you fall
to .1.. s... Judgment by deiauit win be
taken against you for the relief munded in the Bill nf Complaint.
This notice shall be published onoa
each we.-k for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd das of D.
AD. 1962.
i: li LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count}', Florida
is.all By: K. M. l.YMAN
Deputj Clerk
HAROLD l: SPAET, EKq
I..7 Lincoln Road
Miami I'- a.-li. 1 lorida
At toriiev for Plaintiff
12 7-U-21-38
CIRC. IT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIFU..T. DADE COUNTY. FLA
No. 62C 12*89
rln.LITR
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" .-r MH.i.'-i:.
NOTICE Y PUBLICATION
" IIARKIKTT M1I.I.EK. 1'.".' '
ii.-n Street, Philadelphia,
.a are notified to serve ..
i jr anawir to Divorce Cdm-
agalnal you on Plaintiff's
>JEORtJE NICHOLAS, 612
lb Ave Miami, Fla,, and file
ih i ,.i thi- Curl on
... i ii.-.-. 1988, other-
.'.nt it'll] be confessed by
': Novembi r -i). IMS.
' U I.KVTIIKHMAN
' -v .,f it,, l'i. '-. >rt
By: K M LYM.VN,
l'ej.1,1: I I. n
_____ ll .':i-30. 12/7-14
notice under
Fictitious name law
'IICK I- ,,, p th'-f
- a- .- I.' -se.l.
i,.,...i this 18th day of November,
K i: LEATHERMAN, Clark,
i Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
', .;, ,.. K M l.YMAN
Ih-puty i'Ii rk
11/18-23-30.11/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57379-B
IN RE: Ksi its ol
HENRY WOLF
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.. All Creditors and All Person* Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are hereby notified and re-
,., e,| ,,. present any claims an.) de-
mands "Hi. ii you may- have Wlnst
the estate of HtSNtn WOLJ de-
ceased late oi iKide County. Morida,
t'oun-
t.. ihe. r.iniii) Judfjes pi Dad
U and fib- the same In their u>^i>
in the c.unty Courthouse in Dade
\ lot ai.. within siv. calendar
from the date of th< flwt
hereof, or the same will
County.
months
ROPE WOLF
Kxecutrlx
'. l-raimed, desiring to engage In : p"1'1"''"'."
' under the fictitious nume of j "" twrreo
-IN'.; CO. I not Inc.) at 2190.
f kth street. Miami. Horlda. in- VV'.'.l \tton.v
' r.ister suul name with the R X\M',,N.1.' ;'.,,i, ,. '
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade 911 Seybol. I.iilblum
.iy. Florida. Miami X-. I-la. .,., .
J MOTORS, INC., a Fla. Corp. '
II MANDI.ER
' n..-yu u.r Eli Motors, Inc.
In Road
1 Beach, Florida
11/23-3012/7-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
lb. .,,.....reigned, desiring to engage In
business uii.l.i the fit tltlous names ol
I- i i,.- Hotel, i... Flora Apartmenu
,-, ., i .., |.|,-., Motel at 1238 Colling
A;.n... Miami Beach. Florida Intefl
,,. ~K| ,i. -.i.i nansM >'' the leri
,,, .,,?. circuit Court ol Dad. ) ountj
Ida
Edward Bchwarti
ilnssi. Si hwarti, .' I" r
I HENRI \ KAMI'
owner lAl ne> .... U I .-... ,;'^....;.,,, K 7
11 13-9012,7-11
NOTICE UNDER
r -TITIOUS NAME LAW
"TICK IS Hr-R lt> i Ih-'t
i... signed, desiring to engage In
ll r the fI. tltlous name of
Hi DADE EMPLOYMENT at
......itj. Fla intend to regtater
w ith the clerk of the Ch '
: 1 lade c.unty, Florida.
Rl s v i:. .II.DKN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57689
IN RIO: Estate of
MARIA OAULCaCIO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credllors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
iiiireil to present any olalmn aud il.-
n.aiHls which Jtou may have against
th. .state of MARIA GALLUCCIO
deceased late of I>ade County. I'lov-
ida, to the County JiidKes of Dude
iwnty. and file the game in their
offices In the County Courthoii-e in
Da.le County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months fr.rtn the date of the
firft publication hereof, .r the game
will be barred.
r.VI'l, (lALLL'CCIO
Executor
FAUNCE, KINK & FORMAN
a i tm neyu
1502 Consress Bldg.
Miami :::. Florida
11 88-30, 13/7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56234-B
IN RE: Estate of
LILLIAN RCBIN SEGAL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..i 1.. man.Is Against Sai.l
Estate:
You are h- r.-i.y notified and r. -
quire.I to present any claims and de-
mands which \ou may have agalnsi
th.- .state of Lillian Kui.in Segal, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judge* of Hail. Coun-
ty, an.I file tlie gam,- in duplicate and
as provided In section 7:i.".lh. Florida
Mamies, In th.lr office- In the Coun-
. ly CourthotUe in Dade C.unty, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barre.l.
Dated at Miani). Florida, this 8Tth
day of November, A.D, 19*2.
ANNE ii El: man-
As Adtninietratrig
Tallanoff, Waller \- Bit man
Attorneys for Administratrix
438 Uncoin R.I., Miami Beach, Fin.
11 30, 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE US HEREBY CIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
IM.v.N'.N'KH KI'TCRES at 2880 B.W.
34th Terrace. Miami. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade county.
Florida.
THOMAS W. SIlll'ToN
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Thomas VV. Bhlpton
ll/lt-23-M, 11 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie un.tersigned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name l
llegnl Vending Company at 41-. south
VV.-i Mh Avenue. Miami. Florida, In-
l.iuls tn register sai.l name with the
(Ink of the Circuit Curt ol Da.le
C.unD. Florida
LAZARCS BKOLNK K,
Sele liwller
11 16-23-30 12 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th.- fictitious name of
HVDBON APARTMENTS at 430 16th
Street intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad* County, Florida.
MKI.VVAV. INC,
By: .lack Malamii.l, l'r. -
HENRY A. KAMI'
Attorney for M.-lway. Inc.
II 18-23-80, 12 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 12971
MAY LILLIAN STEVENMDS
a k ll MAY LILLIAN DAY.
Plaintiff,
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THi -MAS MA CRICK I "AY,
I 'ei. ml.ml.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl' Til. -MAS MACRII i: DAY
108 Council Houses
High St.-e.-t. Klmpton
Hartfordshlre, I'nlted Kingdom
You, Till'MAS Vi.vi RICE DAY. are
hereby notlfleil thai a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against ymi, an.I you are required to
serve a copy "t your Answer or Plead-
ing u- the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, Herbert B.
WII.ENSKY. 317 Biscayne Building.
Miami 33, I lorida ami file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court on
oi- before the Mh day of January, IM2
If you fail t.. do s... judgment by de-
fault will be taken llgalnsl you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published ..nee
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE -VXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 3rd day of December,
1 A.D. 1883,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) B> : C. P C ICELAND
Deputy Cl.-rk
HERBERT B. \V 11 ENSKY
Attorney, for PlaintiffFit (-27711
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eral blue ribbons at the
ial h< i > show of ihe
.inn Riling Club over
nksgiving weekend are
He >nd Jeanne
v, ... Teen-ager Barbara,
(.1 Mr and Mrs. fsadore
ntered the events on her
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laughter of Mr. and Mra
ink! \\n a trophy in
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. Many of the guests will be
part of the wedding party which
has been moved up from Feb
ruary to Dec, ::'i at the Eden Roc
. Among them, the bride's
moth T, Mrs, William Yanowitz.
and Mi mother ol the bri le
groom to-be, .Mrs Abe Lehrman
. Also several visitors from
Nassau where the future bride's
parents lived for many years,
Mrs. Rubin Bott and Mrs. Jack
Bull Following the nuptials.
the young couple will make th^ir
home in Los Angeles where Rob-
ert, now completing requirements
for his MA degree in electrical
engineering at the U of New Mex-
ico, will be associated with the
1 inward Hughes Enterprises,
* tf
llappv, although too brief, was
the Thanksgiving holiday just
past Mr. and Mr?. Leonard
Fmkenberg entertained their only
grandchildren, Debra 9, and
Naomi 6. who flew down from
New York with their mother. Ann
Continued on Page 6-B

Leaders of the Women's Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Kcme for the Aged who have pledged a
total of S200.001 toward the million dollar
Ab'in Memorial expansion program are from
('"ft to riaht) Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Jack
Morgenstern. Mrs. Barthhold Strauss, Mrs.
David Phillips, Mrs. Lawrence Silverman and
Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, seen "digging
in" at Sunday's groundbreaking ceremonies
for the near-million dollar expansion program
now being undeitaken at Douglas Gardens.
(For story, see Sec. A.)

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I da, Friday, Decen r 7. 1SG2
Section B
mittee members from Coral Way Jewish Center look over
i oi the items which will be auctioned off at the auction-
this weekend to raise funds to enlarge the Center's
:;icilities. The auction will open Saturday, 8:30 p.m.,
, outdoor bazaar will be held starting at 9 a.m., Sun-
Shown are Mrs. Wallace Lazarus, chairmen, Mrs.
Aronson. Mrs. Sidney Hollander, and Mrs. William
Fia. Mizrachi Opens
Conference Monday
i.i til e___*... t
. organization of the Mix-
..(II o! America will hold
i ual conference beginning
8 p.L... at the Fontaine
rtel.
! .ferer.ee committee, con
. the president- and rep
mc of Mizrachi chapters
County, have planned the
program, which will feature the
organization's national vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Louis Wald.
Mrs Wald will report on the
world conference in Jerusalem
from which she has just returned.
Also on the program are Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
ol remple Emanu-El, who has also
just returned from 8 trip to Is
real' and Abraham Grunhut, oi
the executive staff of Washington
l-r eral Savings and Loan Assn .
B former member of Israeli In-
telligence
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El
Congregation, and Rabbi Morion
Malavsky, ol the Israelite Cent
will present the
benediction.
Program of Israeli and Jewish
-ones will be offered by Dr. Mor-
ris Narushiosky, accompanied bj
Mrs Ben Ball. Mrs. Allied Stone.
coordinator for Florida Mizrachi,
,.. ,hairman of the function.
One of the years outstanding
Pioneer Unit
To Meet Here
Pioneer Women, Golda Meir
Club, will base its next t lar
I meeting on Tuesda> evening at
Beth El.
will be film strip.- on well-known
Cultural portion ol the program
Jewish personalities with narration
by Mrs. Milton Green, president,
(ueater Miami Council, Pioneer
\\ omen.
(in Sunday, Bee. 16. the club will
hold its annual pre-Chanuka Child
Rescue Fund linner at the Dupont
; Plaza Hotel at 6 p.m.
President of the group. Mrs.
i Isaac Pushkin, will greet the au-
: dience in the name of the club,
and Rabbi Morion Malavsky will
be guest speaker.
Invocation will be offered by
Miss Marion Meyer, and a musical
program will be presented by Miss
Rose Byrum. accompanied by Miss
Kay Sestok.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Abraham Seltzer.
New Members
Honored Here
MUS. LOUIS WAID
New members of Lorber I
ter Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital in Denver,
sraelite Center, were honored recently at the home
Ski and of us president^ Mr. Marvin cub-
erman, 8230 S\\ 42nd St.
Lorber Chapter is composed 01
women who help raise Binds for
the maintenance of children at the,
Home. '
The following are new members
of Lorber Chapter: Mesdames AI-
One of the years outstar ig 1^*^ ^rdo^,
social events will be the annual thayk n. ^"lass. Alan Her.,,
luncheon ot the reg on on Tuesday gJJJ-JJJ Henry Ll.vy. Adolf
noon at the Fontameh cau. The Stanley U u &oXomon, ^
luncheon will cuntx the two^ay Seckbach Eugw ^^ Ronald
Florid, conference Honor* 1 wU Stemtx, ^ G|
Scr.pPtertnr\0,WuS SL. ** M and .{
the presentation ol awards. Heller.
Mono and Sonya Glasser, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Glasser, of Miami Eeach, will represent Fhi Sigma
Sigma Sorority at its dessert fashion show this weekend at
the Fontcinebleau Hotel. Each of the 13 sororities on the
University of Miami campus will send a model to participate
in the function. Proceeds are for the Young Scientist's Schol-
arship sponsored by the Alumnae Chapter of Phi Sigma
Sigma.
ORT to Sponsor Premiere
Of Exciting 'Mutiny' Film
Southeastern Florida region of,
Women's American ORT. compris-1
ed of 12 chapters in Dade and j
Brow ard counties, will sponsor,
Ihe Soul hern premiere showing of j
Mutiny on the Bounty" at the
Sheridan Theatre on Thursday,
Dec. 20. !
The benefit performance will
help support ORT's guardianship
project, which feeds, clothes and
houses ORT students throughout
the world.
Local committee chairman is
Mrs. George Linden. Ticket chair-
men include Mrs. Richard Shenk-
man and Mrs. lrwin Godin.


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Friday, December 7
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for the Ambassador's Ball are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob RiiRin (can-
:er) and Mi. and Mis. Leonard Rosen (extreme right and left.
respectively;. The Ambassador's Ball will take piece Satur-
day evening, Dec. 22. at the Fontcinebleau Hotel.
Weinkles to Head Presentation Group
At Ambassador's Ball Here Dec. 22
Preparations for the ;;ala An:
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nil cultural life ol the community.
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aml. chairman ot Greater Miami
srael Bond Org iniaation, under
11 -c auspices the ball is iraili-
ionally held.
Names this wee!; to head the
Uplomatic presentations commit-
ee were Mr. and Mrs. Carl
t'einkle.
Under their guidance, prepare-
ions are being completed for the
iresentation ot the emissaries ol
oreign governments paying their
e.-pecls to the Ambassador of Is-1
raei, patron of the ball. In this j
.ereniony, members of the consul-
it corps of Greater Miami will be
.storted by members of the pres-
entations committee.
Highlight of the Ambassador's;
.'.ali will be the presentation of'
young ladies selected to make their
oows on the debut of their coming-1
of-age. Heading the preparations
for this colorful ceremony is Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, grand host-
ess of the ball.
Another highlight will be the
presentation of awards to the Trus-
tees, Guardians and Sponsors of
Israel for 1H62 in whose honor the
Ambassador's Ball is traditionally
held.
The Chanuka season will be re-
flected in the kindling of a giant
Menorah with the participation ol
a symphonic chorus and orchestra.
Other leading members of the
community heading the commit-
tees in charge are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack A. Cantor, who will serve as
grand marshals, and Jack S. Pop
ick, chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Israel Bon.i Organi-
sation.
Members of the Diplomatic pres-
entations committee are:
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Ml., rl. n.i. and Mr,. .-,.tn. i- Vni n.
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Ml fUn ISa iik, M .....I Mi*
Kin i:i hi.. Mr. and Mxa. William
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AI .m.l Mr*. .!.-. i'li I'-.h.-n. Mr. II n.I
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Page 3-B
Sisterhood Hcs Active Schedule
Mrs. Byron Cherkas. president of
he Sisteuhoo of Temple Beth Am,
jiiUouncc- thai j iji^i.nitu ivwk*.
hop will be held on Sunday, 10
a.m., under Ihe direction of Helen
Tall, art teacher in the public-
schools.
Next Wednesday. Mrs. Sdney
Fagin will give a presentation on
"Comparative Religion" at the'
home of Mrs. Paul Kahan, chair
man of the group.
Next regular meeting of Sister-
hood will be held on Dec. 19, at 1'
am Members are asked to brin.
items made by them, such asjuu'
ting, baking, jam-making, pain
ing and any handicraft Item tlu
can be sold.
Mrs. Simon Glukstad. Oneg Shal
bat chairman, has been assisted
during the month by Mrs. Samuel
Kalmanson. Mrs. Marvin Steir
Mrs. Eugene Milgrim, Mrs. Car
Spatz, Mrs. Robert Friedman, an"
Mrs. William Wysocki.
ting at a reception preceding the Todah-
->giving Luncheon given last week at
the Deauville Hotel by B'nai B'rith Women on
! of Israel Bonds are the main partici-
p :ts in the program. From left are Mrs. Moe
Kv i!er, national president of B'nai B'rith Worn-
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, luncheon chairman;
the Rev. Nancy Elizabeth Fcrsberg, minister
of the Conqregational Church, who was guest
speaker; Mrs. Alfred Reich, District 5 presi-
dent; and Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of
the Women's Division for Israel Bonds. More
than 500 B'nai B'rith Women attended the
luncheon.
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December functions '
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Mrs. Meyer Golden, Ha i Organization coordinator
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i .-ah, in a meeting with repre-
-! nves of the 14 groups, ex-
p (I confidence that this would
1 year of "tremendous financial
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Bay Harbor Group will meet
Monday noon at the Beau Rivage
Hotel Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will
deliver several dramatic and hum-
on is sketches, and a candlelight-
i rcmony will follow Ihe reg-
businesi agenda.

I. R. Goodman Group will hold
: membership party on Sat
urday evening at the home of Mrs.
in Miller. 5493 No. Bay Rd.
#
:i-borah Group moot* Monday.
11:30 a.m.. at the home of Dr Leo
Levin, 82a Fairway Dr.
* *
Heril Group Will have a dc-Mii
luncheon at the K len Roc Hotel on
Monday. Cantor Herman K Gott-
lieb, accompanied l>y Miss Esther
Barrett, will offer a program of
songs for Jewish Music Month.
*
Israeli Group meets Monday
noon at the Algiers Hotel for a
Chanuka celebration. Mrs. Henry
H. Wernick will he guest speaker.
i* *
Emma Lexarus Group will hold
a Chanuka party on Monday noon
at Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., on Normandy Isle. A
film. "The Essence of it All." will
be shown.
too
Morton Towers Group meets at
the Morton Towers Restaurant on
Monday noon. Dr. Morton B.
Bramson will relate his impress-
ions of the medical services he
MW during his recent trip to Is-
rael.
Renanah Group will have a reg-
ular business meeting on Tuesday,
12:30 p.m., at the home ot Mrs.
Morion Bramson. 4549 Pino Tree
Dr.
Hanna Senesch Group is plan-
ning a luncheon meeting at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Mondaj Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink, and a musical pro-
gram will be presented h\ Sina
Sv ee,
Henrietta Szold Group v ill meet
at the Algiers Hold at 12:30 p.m.
on Monday. The afternoon v ill in-
clude a candlelighting ceremony in
memory of Henrietta Szold, and
vocal selections by Mrs. Celia
Beckerman,
Stephen S. Wise Group regular
business meeting is scheduled for
Monday at 11:30 a.m.. in the Bar
celona Hotel. A special America
and Zionist report will be given.
I 0
Shalom a Group will meet Mon-
day noon at the Hibiscus Masonii
Temple. Alton Rd. and 10th St. A
Chanuka party and a candlelight
Ing ceremony honoring life mem
hers will follow the business meet
Southgate Group meets next
Thursday evening. Dec. 13, in th.
Southgate Terrace. Gil Rappaport
dirctcor of ZOA, will be guest
speaker.
Dr. Woltsen to Speak
"How to Grow Old Usefully and
Happily" will be the topic of a
lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfso;
on Tuesday noon at the Miam
Beach B'nai B'rith weekly lunch
eon at the Lincoln Lane Restau
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Friday, December 7. 1962
JWY National Women's Chief Scheduled Here
Highlight of the semi-annual social meetina and dance of
Temple Emanu-El on Saturday at the Fontainebleau Hotel will
be presentation of the original musical comedy, "How to
Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying." Left is Trixie
Levin, author and director of the hit, rehearsing a scene with
Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, atop piano. Accompanist is Deva
Solov.
Emanu-EI Plans Meeting, Dance
Members of the congregation of
Temple Emanu-El will gather at
the semi-annual social meeting and
dance Saturday 8 p.m.. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
On the committee arranging the
affair are the Temple officers, in-
cluding Joseph M. Lipton, presi-
dent; Samuel N. Friedland. chair-
man of the board; Max Boderman,
Samuel J. Halperin. Joseph Cohen.
George J. Talianoff and Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, vice presidents: Emil
BB Bazaar Set
For West Miami
B'nai B'rith Women of West Mi-
ami are sponsoring a bazaar for
funds to be used for B'nai B'rith
services and philanthrophies.
To be held on Sunday and Mon-
day, Dec. 16 and 17. from 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m.. at West Miami Town
Hall in the senior citizens club-
room, 901 SW 6nd Ave., the bazaar
will have merchandise on sale for
?very member of the family.
Morton, treasurer; Samuel Lipton.
associate treasurer; A. J. Molasky.
secretary; Jack S. Popick. finan-
cial secretary; and Marcus O. Sar-
okin. associate financial secretary.
Highlight of the event will be
the original musical comedy. "How
to Succeed in Sisterhood Without
Really Trying.-' written and direct-
ed by Trixie Levin, of the Temple
Players.
Cast includes Mesdames Ben
Ball. Barbara Bessey, Leonard
Glickman. Murry Koretzky, Rocky
Pomerance, Bernard Selevan, Mor-
ris Tarasow, and Milton Weinkle.
Also Nancy Friedland. Lisa Gor-
don. Olivia Levin, and Marc God-
ring.
Reservations can be made until
Saturday noon at the Temple of-
fice.
Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, nationa'
president of the Ladies Auxiliarj
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, arriving next weel
for her annual visit, will be thi
guest of-the-State of Florida Auxil
laries.
Sched lie of events to be held dur
Ui the quar
the Depart men
f F
..: I D Hoti I
. \ ,:i be repi an
Mrs. 1 I Levine will presidt
.; include
-
On Thursday, Dec 13. Mrs
. will be honored at a par
ty l I at the Hop.' School
In the c > ning, she t II addn i
dinner meeting al B< ">' Restau
rant.
During .. \ isit to the Coral Gables
Hospital on Friday. Dec. 14. she
will meet with hospital otficials
and be given a tour of the hospital
and grounds.
Following Friday evening ser-
vices at Beth David. Mrs Schwartz
will be guest of honor at the Oneg
Shabbat.
On Saturday. Mrs. Schwartz will
leave fcr Tampa, where she will
be the guest of the Tampa. St. Pet-
ersburg an.i Orlando Auxiliaries.
Prior to being elected national
president in 1962. Mrs. Schwartz
held three elected and a number
of appointed offices in the JWV,
including Auxiliary president for
two years.
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Funds to Aid
Redecorating
Second luncheon of the season
for Congregation Beth El Sister-
hood will be held on Tuesday noon
in Dora August Memorial Hall.
Funds raised will be used for re-
decorating the auditorium at the
Temple.
Hostesses for the affair are Mrs.
A. S. Weger. Mrs. J. Kahn. Mrs.
A. Channer. Mrs. S.. Manhoff, Mrs.
H. Personik, and Mrs. S. Schiff.
Fishman to Chair
Luncheon Club
Jacob C. Fishman has again as-
sumed the chairmanship of the
Wednesday afternoon Miami Beach
Zionist Luncheon Club, which is
now starting 'ls i"'h season.
Fishman, active in many of the
Zionist and Israeli organisations of
South Florida, is a member of the
board of the Miami Beach Ziom>t
District, Jewish National FunJ.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Israel Bonds, and Temple Beth
Sholom.
Fishman said that the club will
meet every Wednesday noon at
Waldman's Hotel. On Wednesday.
Dec. 12. speaker will be Harold
Shapiro, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re-
view current events, and commun-
ity singing has also been planned.
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A Round of golf at Caesarea
One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at
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Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Roman coin
lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot
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Friday. December 7, 1962
* Jen 1st fhn ifcffor
Page 5-B
Pioneer Women's Chanuka Parties

row (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Bres=ler and Mrs. Birdie
an. Bottom row (leit to right) are Mrs. George Israel,
Mrs barthoid Strauss, and Mrs. Jesse LeVine. They are plan-
3 fund-raising luncheon sponsored by the Junior Auxil-
iary o( the Jewish Home lor the Aqed. Jn the form cf an Italian
fcs?iia.n show, the luncheon will be Tuesday noon at the Cafe
Per-1] eii c: the Eden Poc Hotel.
Tec fallen Women To Meet Friday
>i ie- noring lift' mem-
ih i ion Women'i Di-
\ i l .' !( agenda at its
i encr i eting Friday, l
I the v iiera Hotel.
i.iu. '...-. I'hilip F. Thau,
"! he life members
... :eivi Lie blue and gold
i ..: ins in rognition of "their
**ting '-in advancing
Mipport scholarships and
-n' tin ; Technion I'm-
. :

lid -' award is a styliz-
' in the form of
I'.'lc fn '-. ibolize civil engi-
i eli A'.< M Ae triangle is a
l ..&',: iegit tins chemical engi-
riaj an eatb it. a
!'ii mechanic iigineering. Top-
the sW the outline of
the root t Te on's main build-
ing, a landm i Haifa.
n sche i on the program
i not - s by Mrs Dor-
Ki i on Te hnion
II .in... jhl l Mi mbers
mi the recent
nal onal convention held in Phila-
delphia, where both Mrs. Thau and
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag were cit-
ed for their member recruitment
achievements in the past year.
Program chairman. Mrs. Meyer
A. Baskin, announced that early ar-
rivals will be eligible for prizes.
'Cardiac Derby'
Scheduled Here
Saturday will lie 'Cardiac Derby-
Day" at the races in a joint pro-
jecl "f all South Florida women's
chapters of National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, the nation's only
free, non-sectarian hospital devoted
exclusive!) to the diagnosis and
treatment of rheumatic and con-
genital heart disease in children.
Tin- special day at Tropical Park
is part of the chapter's continuing
program to purchase, with Mer-
chants Green Stamps, a station
wagon for the hospital. Clubhouse
-ion for the event is one lull
book ol stamps plus a dollar
All proceeds realized at the Pio-
neer Women's Chanuka parties to1
be held in December will go to the
six new children's homes in the
Negev.
Club 2 will have a Chanuka din-!
ner on Sunday. Dec. 16. 6 p.m., in I
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant,'
731 Washington Ave. Mrs. Abra-
bam Shedrolf is chairman of the
affair,
Mrs. Milton Green, president of
the (Ireater Miami Council of Pio-
ni er Women, -.\ ill speak about the
organization's expanded program '
[or Israeli youth.
The invocation will be delivered
by Mrs. Irving Liftman, chapter,
president, and Joseph Horwitz
v. ill present a group of Jewish folk
songs.
Club 1 will have a traditional
Chanuka latke party on Sunday.
Dec. 16. 7:30 p.m.. in the Farband
Center. 842 Washington Ave. Mrs.
Joseph Krantz, president, is serv-
ing as chairman of arrangements.
4 *
Kadimah Chapter pre-Crianuka
meeting will be held on Thursday,
Dec. 13, at 8 p.m., in Beth David.
A "Salute to Amigos" program will
be featured with University of Mi-
ami exchange students participat-
ing.
Mrs. Annette Blacker, program
chairman, will introduce Orlando
Pa.'rom. who will lead his musical
group through a program of Vene-
zuelan music, with flamenco dances
hy Natasha Sucre, of Panama.
Mrs. Jacob Raffel, president.
will discuss plans for the chapter's
Chanuka party.
Ccral Gables Group will have a
package party on Wednesday even-
Joiftf Membership Afiair
North Shore Post and Auxiliary
Of Jewish War Veterans 677 i> hav-
ing a joint annual paid-up member-
ship affair in the Embassy Room
Of the Balmoral Hotel on Saturday
at 9 p.in Serving as chairman of
the auxiliary is Mrs. Sidney L.
Schoen, and for the Post, Buddy
Hart.
ing at the Minyonaire Synagogue.
On Thursday. Dec. 20, at 1 p.m.,
the group will have a regular
meeting at Cookie's Restaurant.
Mrs. Sam Davis, president, who re-
cently relumed from a trip to Is-
rael, will show films of the land
and its people.
* *
Newly formed Aviva Chapter has
scheduled a Chanuka card party
for Wednesday, Dec. 26. 1 p.m.. in
the Friendship Room of the First
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
900 NE 125lh St., No. Miami.
Meeting heli by the group on
Nov. 29 was hosted by Dr. and Mrs.
B. Erps in their home. Dr. Erps,
psychiatrist, delivered an address.
Coffee to Aid
Crittenton Home
Mrs, Paul Pollak has invited a
group of Miami Beach women to a
coffee at her home. 5750 No. Bay
Rd.. on Tuesday, Dec. 18. to or-
ganize a "Circle" for the Florence
Crittenton Home of Dade County.
The 10:30 a.m. social will be at-
tended by Mrs. John D. Simmons,
second vice president, who is con-
ducting the current chapter expan-
sion program throughout the area.
President of Florence Crittenton
Home here is Michael Shores, of
Miami Beach, local attorney and
civic leader. He announced the
formation of a Miami Beach Circle.
A 50th wedding anniversary
reception is planned for Mr.
and Mrs. David Dunsky, of
Chicago, 111., now wintering
in Miami Beach. The recep-
tion will be held at their
sen's home, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dunsky, of No. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
of Temple Belh Torah, will
officiate.
Chanuka Fete
Lazarus Group
A Chanuka member-bring-a-
member luncheon for the Emma
Lazarus Group of Hadassah will be
held Tuesday noon at the home of
Mrs. John Howard.
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Florida
region vice president of education,
will be guest speaker.
President. Mrs. Norman Mey-
ers, will welcome new members.

5-MINUTE CHEESE FONDUE.
ANOTHER IMPORTED SWISS KNIGHT" PRODUCT
made with the same wonderful Gruyere cheese
that goes into Swiss Knight Slices and Wedges!
Swiss Knight blends Gruyere and Em-
menthaler cheese, white wine and cherry
Kirsch to bring you a hot "cheese dip"
that will set your guests yodeling! Perfect
as a snack or main dish.
Simply heat and serve
bubbly hot in a casserole or
chafing dish. Dip pieces of crusty bread
with your fork. M-m-marvelous! Ask for
Swiss Knight Fondue at better food spec-
iality stores.
Imported from Thoune.
Switzerland, by Gerber
Cheese Co., Inc., N. Y.


Page 6-B
y $,*UHtrrMitr
Friday. December 7, 1952
Hadssssh Sabbath
Schedued ;n Miami
Principal speakers at services
riday and Saturday in honor of
lariassah Sabba h marked b> Mi
mi Chap.cr of the urbanization
.ill be:
Mrs Sheila Baron. The Will and
HM Legend.'- at Dade Heights
Jongregation. Rabbi Harold Rich-
er; Mrs. Norman Chasm. "A
Touch of Greatness." at Ye.mdah
Joshe Congregation. Rabbi Mor
on Shah twits; Mr.-. George Ka.z-
aian. Hada-sah and the Four
Freedoms," at Beth Torah Cor-.are-
.ation. Rabbi Max Lipschilz.
Mrs. Barnard Kramarsky. "The
Eok of Hadassah in Our Lives.'
3eth Emeih Congregation, Rabbi
Stsnon April: UTS. Michael Krop.
The Having Finger." at Temple
Sinai ol North Dade. Rabbi Daniel
yowy; and Mrs. stliu-y Langer.
Hadassah Today." at Temple
. ndea. Rabbi Mordecai Podet
At the following synagogues a.nJ
-.-niplcs spiritual leaders "ill in-
luc'e a special Hadassah message:
bi Norman N Shapiro. Beth
lavid Congregation; Rabbi Samuel
april, Corai Way Jewish Center;
tabbi David Rosenfeld, Flagler-
..ranada Center; Rabbi Morton
lalavsky, Israelite Center; Rabbi
'ongregation; Rabbi Herbert
iawngard, Temple Beth Am; Rab-
:i Hersehei Brooks. Temple Za-
lOra; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
em pie Zion.
.Socialite ... *f rove
Club Couples Win
Win Awards
Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt D. Weiss,
i 7875 SW 32nd Ter., were winners
1 the We.stbrooke Country Club's
"Thanksgiving contest and received
Thanksgiving dinner for their
ntire family as first prize.
SeconJ prize, a supper for two
. 1 the Golden Key. was won by
Ir. and Mrs. Howard Gurland. 6771
>W 6th St.. while Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
ph Kodel. of 3801 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
-arnoff. of 8821 SW 17th St., were
erved bottles of chilled sparkling
hampagne in the Golden Key for
<-ing third and fourth prize win-
. r-
IS
happiness
old
fashioned?
No, Indeed! But some of the best
ways to happiness are old fash-
ioned ... like the taste of real
old haimishe Kasha, for in-
stance. The kind Grandma
used to make! How did she
doit? Easy. As easy as beat-
ing an egg and chopping
an onion. You'll see. Just
follow the economical di-
rections on the WOLFF'S
KASHA package.
HAVE SOME
for DINNER
TONIGHT
BUT BE SURE
YOU MAKE
ENOUGH!
Gobies Youth Will
Report on His
Stcy in Israel
Michael Sanaa will be guest
speaker at a regular meeting ol
Menorafa Group of Miami Chapter
ol Ha !. 1 in be hekl at Hillel
House or. University ol Miami cam-
pus Monday n<
Young Michael will relate his ex-
perience! ni Israel last summer as
one of a '.earn of eight boys, rang-
ing in age from 15 to 17 while
working al the Guide Dog Foun-
dation for the Blind at Kiryat
Haim near Haifa.
Michael was the only non-Jew
ish member of the team Sponsor-
ed by the American Jewish So-
ciety for Service, he said of the
Israeli people. 'They're friendly.
and hard working, and have built
beautiful cities from .-cratch in so
Short a time. Our life among
them was simple, but so satisfy-
ing."
The son of Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Saban. Michael is a student at
Coral Gables High School.

Chaim Weizmann Group will
have a spaghetti dinner Sunday at
Miami Pioneer Club. 250 NW No.
River Dr. Funds realized will go
to Hadassah's healing eye project
in Israel. Miss Fannie Levitt is
chairman of the evening.
Regular meeting In commemor-
ation of Chanuka and the birthday
of Hadassah's founder. Henrietta
Szold. will take place Monday.
Mrs Harry Bassine is chairman.
and Mrs. Nat Goldberg, president,
is in charge of arrangements
Continued from P*9* Ml
1 Mrs. "Te'.cri BrnuwICl? nee"
Finkenberg .
A Hying visit from Florence
Ueilpern. who -pent *e w**
end with husbana Sol. ol Miami
Shore- Then rushed back to
Columbia University, where she
Is working on her PhD in child
guidance and psychology, winch
she will receive alter the New
Year .
Three Kessler brothers having
a reunion Dr. and Mrs Frank
Kessler here from Peek-kill.
NY., to speed some time with
Mollie and Kenneth Kessler. 6770
Indian Creek Dr. Trio will
be completed when Sid arrives
from San Francisco and intro-
duces a new sister-in-law to h:s
family .
New residents in the area from
Chicago are Hose and Leon Suck
daughter Anita, sweet
16, who now have an Abbott Ave
-> Daughter Rochelle
precede: them bj 10 years, hav-
ing 1 : I re that long with hus-
band Mike Rubin and their two
.1-!". ... Eileen 13 and Alice 9
Guest of honor at the forma!
dinner in the Crystal Room ol
the Lombard) Hotel on Nov. 24
was Arnold, son of Cantor and
Mrs. Fred Bernstein, who had
observed his Bar Mitzvah that
morning Color scheme was
pink and white, and members ol
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood had dec
orated the head table and the
small round tables with center
pieces of white and pink and
candles The evening was a
gay one with dancing and enter-
tainment for all Among the
lOO gufjta were many officers of
the Bath Kodesh Congregation
the eel. brant'- teacher. Menasha
Schiii Also an uncle from
New York. Leo Fischer. Robert
Fischer, executive director of
Jacksonville Jewish Center, and
his wife. Lir.de. and Rabbi and
Mrs. Max Shapiro Young
Ivan. MO of the lormer Martha
Bernstein, and l.u-band Emanuel
Segal, participated in the candle-
lithting ceremony Highlight
of the weekend were two over-
seas phone calls, one from Arn-
old maternal grandmother, Mrs.
Josephine C.ros.-man, in Mel-
bourne. Australia: the other from
his paternal ur.le in Prague.
Czechoslovakia, whom Arnold
and his mother had \ i-itcd sev-
eral years ago,

Two lew Phi Beta Kappa hon
orees for Miami Beach, both
alums of Beach High Elect-
ed to membership in the nation's
oldest scholastic honorary frat-
ernity. Jetfre> Rubin, completing
pre-med studies al the U of
Florida, ai d Norman Broad, n
Ol Mi and Mrs Albert Broad.
Nautilus Dr senior in the law
i| there Mr. and Mr-.
Irving Rubin. Bay Dr.. planning
to attend the presentation lunch
eon with their son m Gainesville
on the 15th of this month .
one member of the family, Ruth
Rubin, already on the premises,
in her freshman year at the
school.
* t r
So many women knitting and
sewing their own garments these
days, we nay see a return of the
spinning wheel at an; ,,>rnem
. A group seen with t|vin.
recdles recently at the WcJ
brooke Country Club cabanas b>
eluded Mrs. Ed (Irad. ^rkineos
a black beaded dress, \\n
Maury Rudnik. putt in- the l
ishing touches on a -tnkinj
three-piece knitted suit, and Mrj,
Hewitt Weiss amBBVOtdering a rr*
hair sweater Just kniui.n', ba.
beautifully, were Mrs. Al Hughs,
Mrs. Irv Raskin. Mrs sy son. Mrs. Al Rosen. Mrs lrwi
Brenner. Mrs. Sam Burnsteis,
Mrs. Sheldon Kay and Mrs in
Rich.

Reyna Youngcrman. well-knossj
Miami artist, one of the paintea
whose work was selected by
Lloyd Goodrich, director of the
Whitney Museum of Art for the
show at the Four Art- etj
. Exhibit will open on Friday
with a reception in hottm ol the
artists .
Although Bernard I is un-
der "no \ isitors" oil!
Miami Hospital, wife R
certain he would be <
cheered with card-
Trading Stamps
To be Satirized
Sho.-hana Chapter, B'l P. nth
Women, will present "Hous *aj
Mania" on Tuesday. 8:15 p.m., *
Scott Lake Elementary School
1160 NW 176th St.
Written by Evelyn Fre- |, the
comedy is a satire on th< -hop-
par's dilemma with trading slants
Mrs Richard Salomon .- pr*
gram vice president.
UNSATURATED
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Rabbi Lowy to Speak
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai, will be
guest speaker at a meeting Of the
Stephen Wise Hadassah Chapter
ol Surfside on Monday noon at the
Barcelona Hotel
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friday. December 7, 1962
Jmlstinnrlcticir

\
Page 7-E
The MeAmi
story
MEAMI, THE FIRST SETTLEMENT IN
ISRAEL NAMED AFTER AN AMERI-
CAN CITY.
MEAMI, THE FIRST PROJECT OF ITS
KIND IN AMERICA.
MEAMI, A PERMANENT REMEMBER-
ANCE OF THE AFFECTION OF JEWS
OF GREATER MIAMI FOR ISRAEL.
MEAMI NEEDS YOU TO HELP BUILD THIS
SETTLEMENT. CALL OR VISIT THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL OF GREATER
MIAMI, 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
OR PHONE JE 8-6464
Dr. Irving Lehrman
chairman of iha J.N.F. Foundation
Leon J. Ell, president
Leon J. Ell. president of the J.N.F. Council of Greater Miami addressing Israeli and
J.N.F. officials at the dedication ceremonies al the site of the new M.-Ami settle-
ment. November 6. 1%2.
National J.N.F. leaders c.nfer with Greater Miami leaders on eve of departure at
director*. Dr. Irving I.ehrman. chairman Foundation of Greater Miami J.N.F.; Dr.
Harris J. I.evine. national Foundation president; Dr. Joseph S. Sternsteln, national
executive director; Judge Irving Cypen, representing judiciary of Dd County; Dr.
/ev Kogan. leader of the Dedication Pilgrimage group; Yacov Barr; Israeli consulate;
Ezra Feingnld. vice-president Greater Miami J.N.F.
Miami J.N.F. group honored at banquet at King David Hotel.
by government and J.N.F. officials.
^HrrThTnTan carrying Sefar Torah presented to the ISJ^ OMfcT
Miami bv th, world leadership of the J.N.F.. Dr. Kogan. Leon J. Ell and
Jacob TM-r World chairman of the J.N.F. cutting the ribbon surround**
the Miami area.
Entire delegation at I.ydda airport as they alighted from El Al plane.
Dedication Pilgrimage being warmly -J^A^^"^
Sport organization, and Ramat Gan \outh Orchestra at <>
Tel-Aviv.
Israeli Army escort of group to site of MeAmi. (center hill)


Page 8-B
fjenislh fkrXJian
Friday, December Mm

Popicks Reveal Ricki's Betrothal;
Bride-Elect, Wm. Lacier Eye August
Mr and Mrs. Jack S. Popick.
5150 No, Bay ltd., announce the
engagement <>f their aughter,
Ricki. to William J. Lader, son of
Kir and Mrs Harry R. Lader, 9520
Byron Ave.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, attended Palm
Reach Junior College, and is an
alumna of Adelphi Business Col-
lege
Also a graduate of Miami B#acr
High, the prospective bridegroon
la .1 seniu al Florida stale I nl
\ ersity.
He is president of Millel Founda
lion in Tallahassee, and is a mem
her oi Alpha Phi Omega, national
service fraternity, and Tan r.p
silon Phi social fraternit)
An August wedding Is plannet
bj the betrothed eouple
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
As Roz (Mrs. James) Katzman says, she was born, bre.l and but-
tered in Cincinnati. O. Graduating from the University of Cincinnati,
she trained in group and recreation work. Then came World War II.
Since Roz was from a family of all daughters, she lelt that she wanted
to participate in the war effort to take the place of the non-existing
male in their family. She served with the American Red Cross in
Of**" i "-H i"dia. She was stationed in Angra. India, where
she was in charge of opening and operating
the Air Force Service Club. There, she saw
the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of
the world. It was also a seventh wonder that
Roz was able to come back to the U.S.she
had been in a freak accident between a jeep
and a tonga ta horse drawn cart).
Returned to the States as a casualty, Roz
recuperated in Miami Beach, where Jim was
vacationing. After they were married, they
lived in midtown Manhattan, where they parti-
cipated in all the excitement of the cultural
advantages that belong to New York alone.
Roz was president of the American Red Cross
Overseas League, active in American Assn. of
University Women, and National Council of
Jewish Women, among others, as well as
doing motion picture previewing.
Five years ago, the Katzmans moved here,
RCZ feeling that So. Florida's was a more relaxed
way of life. They have always felt that a poison must give, as well as
take from the community, so both became involved in civic life here.
These leopards couldn't change their spots, and the mad merry-go-
round they abandoned in New York started whirring around hereand
On they hopped. In fact, it is spinning even Lister today. Roz was
president oi Baj Division, National Council Jewish Women, and then
on the Section board She has been most helpful in American Jewish
Committee, just finishing as arrangement chairman for the organiza-
tion's annual dinner, of which her husband was chairman.
Presently, she is working at the University of Miami for a Master's
in the field ol speech and hearing. A teacher by profession, Roz was
asked to help oul in special education. She became so intrigued that
he has continued working in the public school system in speech ther-
apy. With teaching and studying, an occasional spot job and loads of
visitors, there's not much time for hobbies, except for a little needle-
work and a lot of reading. An infectious smile, a love of life and ad-
venture and the desire to help her fellow manthese are Roz.
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WEATHER DELIGHTFUL
The tent was vivid orange and green. A turkey made of fresh flow-
ers was floating in the pool. The horn of plenty on the long buffet din-
ner table was filled with fruit flown in from Chili just for this special
party. At their home on North Bay Rd.. the Louis R. C.rossmans were
entertaining in honor or their newly-married son. Teddy, and his wife,
Wynne, who were hire on a vacation from their school. Rider College
in Trenton, N.J, Under the Miami moon, over 250 guests had a gay
evening, which included dancing on the cock. Among guests were
Jack and Gerl Cooper, Sidney and Sylvia Lefcourt, Morris and Jean
Land i sdon d Florence Hecht, Isabelle llecht and her
1.ar.ee. Neal Amdur. II ward and Eileen Kane. Jack and Kiise Kratish,
Leonard a: d Marjcrie Wien, Leonard and Bertha Abess, Mr. and Mrs
Stanli i Carl Weinkles, the Darnel Seplers, the Jack K
: Sam Kantors,
NOW A .MEMORY
The wedding daj in Chicago at the Blackstone Hotel ol Linda K
m i b James So M Levy has come and gone. The bride and gr
ipp on Ihe : i la i ol their honeymoon from Jamaica at :li" M
Beach I me of Linda's parents, Frank and Flo Kamen. The Kamens
had just returned from Chicago. Jim's aunt. Mrs. Frances Enti i
Linda".; grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Pancoe, as well as the Jack Abbots
and Gail P< sner, were I ach from the wedding in Chicago to greet the
hone] mooners hei

COCKTAILS BUT NOT FOR TWO
The pool at the home of Dr. Irwin and Sally Morse is most inter-
esting. It fines ju l iikc champagne, the bubbles l od enough
to drink. Under tli colored lights, the nighl ot (he cocktail party th<
Morses gave, it was most fascinating. Their home is in Hammock
Oak.s Harbor, right ac oss fr >m Fairchild Gardens. No one was in
the least interested in the gardens that Dight. Flowers in the autumn
colors matched the decor Ol the living area, which was done in orange,
beige and biown. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Dr.
and Mrs. Norman Nash, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Oransky, Mr and Mrs
Bernard Berkow, Mr. and Mrs Abbot Harle, Mr. and Mrs Sol Rovln,
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katzen. The Henry Michaels I idn'l haw [ai
to gothey live just next door.
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BLACK TIE AT WESTVIEW
MTestview Country Club started the winter season ball rolling with
a formal dinner dar.ee. Tall, blue candelabras. amid a prolusion of
gold and white Qi ers, made a dignified and glamorous settm
the gala evening Ferd Meyr, president of the club, stood with Mr-
Meyer, charming in a floor-length red chiffon gown greeting gi
Richard Haft, the fabuloua entertainment chairman, took a minute to
greet his brother. Burt and Jackie, who was in a floor-length powder
blue gown with a reversible Parisian cape in blue and green. Among
guests were Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Gaines, the Larry Singers, the Jack
Daners, the Sam Resnicks, the James Cohens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Frohman. Mr and Mrs. Mark Mat hews. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lanfield. the Afri
can "Safariers," the Al Pallots and the Jack Sandlers, and Dr. and Mrs.
Lester Russin
Peppers Tell Betrothal of Daughter
Gloria Marcia to Ivan Jay Feller
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper,
1600 SW 16th Ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Gloria Marcia. to Ivan Jay Feller,
son of Mr. and Mrs John S. Feller,
1 Shore Drive East.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and attended
the University of Miami, where
she joined Alpha Epsilon Phi sor-
MISS HARRIET RIFAS
ority. She is presently a reception
ist in the offices of Cypcii and
Salmon, law firm.
Majoring in marketing at the
University of Miami, the prospec-
tive bridegroom is a gra uate of
Miami Senior High and belongs to
I Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Law Student
To Wed MD
Mr. and Mrs David R Rifas,
4635 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Harriet, to Dr. Leonard
Rosendorf, son of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel A Rosendorf. Brooklyn
NY
The future bride graduated from
Vanderbilt University, where -in
was a member of Alpha Epsiloi
Phi sorority, she is presently at
tending the University oi Miami
School of Law .
Dr. Rosendorf graduated from
Brooklyn College, attended Colum-
I niversity Graduate School.
and graduate from Albert Einstein
Medical School. He i- now a resi-
dent at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
A spring wedding is planned.
MiSS NANCY DAVIS
JWV Auxiliary
Lunchcc-! Party
A luncheon and card part) will
be held al the Hotel New Yoi
by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans of the Har-
ry H. Cohen Surfside-Bay Harbor
Post on Tuesdaj noon.
I'm ceeds will go to the Coral
Gables Veterans Hospital Rehabi-
1 tation Center.
ll stess tor Ihe afternoon will
be Mesdames Freda Cohen and
Flora Rifkind,
Miss Davis Will
Wed Student
Miss Nancy Tuck Davis will be
the June bride of Alan Roy Dyn
ner. Her Parents. Dr. and Mrs
Eugene M. Davis, of Manchester,
Conn., are announcing the betroth-
al this week.
A senior at Wheelock College in
Boston, the bride-elect is a grad-
uate <>f Cushing Academ;. Ash-
burnham, Mass
fiance graduated from Coral
Ga'jli High, ind nagna
L w he: r e w as elected to Phi Bi la
Kappa in 1962 He is now atti
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Friday. December 7, 1962
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THE Grand B;i!lroom of the
KoDtiiini'bleau Hotel WU the
-citing last weekend for the
fourth annual Scholarship Ball
-ponsored by the Classroom
reachera Assn. Over a thousand
people intended the gala affair.
An active and attractive chair-
man was Mrs. Sidney Stekpin,
who chose a floor-length formal
lor the occasion. Her iced blue
ihantilly lace gown was flecked
uith silver lame and silver se-
quins.
Mrs. Edward Pastroff wore a
i iyal purple silk crepe with a
bateau neckline, bracelet-length
. \es, and slight gathers over
(he hips. Honey bcigc-colorel
-ilk shantung was the choice of
Mrs. Samuel Barish. Her two-
piece ensemble featured a blouse
thai tucked in, had a high collar-
i <1 neckline and three-quarter
length sleeves; while her skirt
had modified peg pockets over
the hips.
Mrs. Martin Haness' silk or-
.1 print was in the classic
shirtwaist style, in an abstract
prinl in tones and shade- of in-
ii rise blues
Wife ol the president "f CTA,
Mrs, Pat Tornilio, selected a two-
piece gold brocade of the casual
fitting overblouse and the sheath
-kirt. Her gold-colored orchid
matched her ensemble. A black
silk crepe sheath was the choice
of Mrs. Ben Kazer. Her neck-
line was BOftly draped, and her
sleeves were bracelet length.
Mi ary yellow chantilly lace, with
a lace rose over one hip, that
a.i- set in a bed of appliqued
e leaves.
*
MRS. Israel Slotsky's black
silk alpaca sheath had a
blouson bodice, and was trimmed
dh jet buttons. A powder blue
Mlk sheath was the choice of
Dr. Kapchan to Address AJCong. Women
At Annual Thai' Luncheon Here Dec. 13
Mrs. Jack Kane. Her bodice was
treated in a puckered effect,
somewhat like that of oversize
smocking. Miss Audrey Schalier-
er wore a brilliant colored tur-
quoise chiffon with an off-the-
shoulder draped neckline and a
full skirt
A white wool loose knit sheath
was worn by Mrs. Leonard Green-
baum. Gold kid trimmed her
jewel neckline, was repeated at
the waist in a narrow string-tie
belt, and the costume effect was
helped with her long tight
sleeves. White trimmed with
black was the choice of Mrs. Sol
Lichter. Her white sheath fea-
tured a black cowled neckline
and a deep band of black at the
hem.
"Jewishness Individuality or
Conformity" will be the topic dis-
cussed by Dr. Jack Kapchan, asso-
ciate professor of psychology at
the University of Miami, at the an-
nual Louise Waterman Wise "Chai"
luncheon of the Florida Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress
Event is scheduled for Thurs-
day, Dee. 13. 12:30 p.m., at the
Carillon Hotel. Guest of honor will
be Dade County school board mem-
ber, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
and a musical program will fea-
ture Marion Spear, soprano.
The luncheon is the highlight of
the projects set up by the Women's
Division for the year. The "Chai"
raised by each member is used to
support and maintain underprivi-
leged children in a pilot education- '
al program of the Israel Govern-
ment, under experimentation at the :
Louis Waterman Youth Center in !
Jerusalem.
Maintained by the funds raised
by the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, the
program is being expanded to ac-
commodate additional children
seeking admission to the Youth;
Center.
.ill n>u_ -n i .-. .1 iiniv r* >IlCai!l
was worn by Miss Judith Cold,
and was lopped with a black se-
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aim w.is iuii|eu v. .ui u uitii i\ -"
quined sweater, Royal blue chi
ton with a fitted bodice and in
skirl wa- -een on Mrs Ralp
Bartel,
if-
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WIFE of Dr. Joe Hall, superin-
tei lenl Ol the Dade Coni'ty
I.-. ore a dress and jai k. |
! nsemble of royal blue la e over
silver. Her skirl followed the
Parisian "A" line. Wife of CTA-
past president. Mrs Allan Strat-
ton. chose red chiffon, with the
back interest of a low-draped
cowl at the neckline.
Mrs. Al Dermer. who's hus
band is vice president of CTA.
fore a black silk sheath she
bough! in Paris. Designed along
classic lines, with the emphasis
on fabric and elegant simplicity,
her dress had a square neckline,
-mall cap sleeves, and two self-
fabric Hat bOWS al the waist.
B'nai Sholom Social Wednesday
rhood of Temple I'.'nai Shol- i.- s cial an I relig i us pr igramming
II hold < annual paid-up for Hie youth ol the congr
rship affair on Wednes ay President, Mrs Louis Aronovitz,
is in charj e ol arrangements for
r pr, ject of the Sisterhood the Wednesday meeting.
A viva Group Has
Dinner Dance
Annual dinner dance in behalf of
the Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center sponsored by the
A viva Group of lladassah will be-
held Saturday. 7 p.m.. in the Im-
perial Room of the Roney Plaza
Hotel.
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz is chair-.
man of the S20.-a-couple function.
with proceeds going to speed the
completion of the S25.000.000 medi-
cal center now in operation in Ein i
Karem. Israel.
Co-chairman is Mrs. Burton Lev-
iv. with Mrs. Allan Michaelson I
president of the Aviva Group. Mrs. :
Norman Share is decorations chair-
man, and Mrs. A. Edward Cohen is
lladassah Medical Organization
chairman for the group.
Chuck Shorago and his four, pop-
ular band which played for the
1901 medical center dance held at
King's Bay Country Club, again
heads the entertainment program.
Mrs. Schwartz emphasized there
are no speeches on the agenda for
Saturday evening.
Mrs. Gerald Klugerman is reser-
vations chairman. The me ical
center, which includes the Hebrew
University-Hadassah medical and
denial schools, is alread\ consider-
ed one of the outstanding medical
i, search centers in the Middle
Bast.
At the head table will he Mrs
Sam Pynchansky. president., Miami,
Chapter; Mrs. Albert Zuckerman,
president, Biscayne Chapter; Mrs.
Herman Keller, president, Louise
Wise Chapter; Mrs David Muskat,
chairman. South Florida Council;
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, president,
Florida Women's Division; Mrs.
Benjamin Kamen, national vice
president. Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress; and
Harold Kramer, executive director,
Southeastern Region.
Chairman for the day will be
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision.
Mrs. Charles Goldberg, of the
Louise Wise Chapter, will be pre-
sented with a gold life member-
ship medallion.
Hostess will be Mesdames Lillian
Reiss, Eleanor Rosenstein. Frieda
Klein. May Laden. Sara Black.
Ruth Quartin. Eva Blum, Frances
Herder, Anne Winter. Ruth Baum.
Sara Cohen, Yetta Kogan, Mae
Suchcr, Helen Becker, Ruth Bruce,
Ida Weintraub, Abraham Gittel-
son, Julian Frank. Dolly Baum,
Jack Sands, V.'illiam Brown. Leon-
ard Sidersky, Harry Woidowsky
and David Goldberg.
Southwest Center Sisterhood
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood will hold its second annual
Chanuka donor mart and dinner
Sunday at the Center, 0438 SW 8th
St. Dinner will be served from 4
to 7 p.m. Chanuka gifts will be
on display and sold at nominal
price-.
Junior Bowl
Queen Sought
Entries are still being accepted
bj the Miami Beach Recreatiton
Department for the 1902 Junior
Orange Howl Queen contest to be
held Friday evening at the Gv^an
Front Auditorium, 10th St. and
Ocean Dr. j j
Three finalists will be selected
to represent Miami Beach in the
final judging to be held on Satur-
day, Dec. 15, at the Coral Gables
Youth Center. Supervisor is Wal-
ter Reid.
Girls between 12 and It are elig-
ible and contestants arc asked to
wear an informal party dress, not
evening clothes.
Entry blanks may be picked up
at any Miami Beach playground
office, the teen-age centers at
Flamingo and North Shore P.'rks,
or at the Ida M. Fisher and Nauti-
lus Junior High.
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Newly-Remodeled Convalescent
Home Plans Open House on Sunday
Newly-remodeled Coral Gable*
iraliml Homo 706t> S -
SI.. wiH he** Open House m S
day from 2 to 6 p.m.
We have always left that elder
1>. chronically ill patier.'.s can be
rehabilitated at lea>t to the point
uhere they are aware cf ami
tale some part in group activi-
accordion to Ferdinand H Raaesv
thai.
Howe
Our new structure will per-
mit u* to practice eur therapy
plan taatawal Hj keep tKe pat-
ient owt o* bet as much as poss-
ible, bwsy wilhin his physical
limitations, afd keep*** him
from the kind at 'veeetation
Irvin KOni :r. :: Smith cr.d Kcrach. architectural firm here.
dates Fa i H. Rosenthal. director of Coral
Gabws Cor HotM or. Am newly-remodeled
-nrr: ct 7080 SW Hk 5:
that scmetimes overtakes long-
time convalescents."
RtS; II physical facilities
nipro*. t the mental
urd recwBcrattrc process
Oj patients. Rosenthal sought the
architectural services ot Smith 4
Korach. who pbyed key roles in
the Mastnactifla ol M: Smai Hos-
pital and Cedars of Lebanon Hos
pitai here. as well as numerous
ether ^enatnc-orier.ted mstuu-
"CeeOthiQf about the new Coral
nvalescent Home i- plar.-
accor
to Rosenthal. where patients are
treated in conjunction with their
doctora I -" I increase aeti-
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- or. no matter how limit-
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A prominent feature of the Home
i- Ik* pr.valerce of grab-rail-,
permitun, etas walking about the
building u>r patients, cheerful
pa>tel colors have more than just
beauty to their credit, since pastels
have a calming eftect. says Rosen-
Unusual "sky domes" built in-
to the ceiling allow natural light
ar.d warmth to penetrate into the
central corridor. Natural air cir-
culates freely, "because it is
more desireable than air-condi-
tioning from a central unit. Some
elderly convalescents wear two
sweaters when the temperature
reaches W degrees. Natural cool-
ress stimulates the appetite, an
important feature of this kosher-
stylo home." Each roam has in-
dividual, reverse-cycle air-condi-
ioning.
Fii
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Beth David Sundav morning adult
nar form 11 a m to 12 15 p.m .'
this we*k will feature Dr Joseph
Hurvitz. who will discuss "Science
and ReligionDo They Conflict'''
On Tuesday evening. 9 to 10 p m .
in the forum series on Giants in
Jewish Literature." Rabbi Morton
alaeak) will --peak <.n l*aac L
Peretz Challenge of Yiddish
ana "
Rabbi Malavsky is past presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assn., and
serves as TV chairman for the
organization.
on Tuesday evening. 8:30
p.m.. Beth David YouBf
will hold a regular tneetin;
-\nagogue. Plan- rill be
ed^or Ue Chaouka pan
held on Sunday -
Only members ol th.
attend, but adults be .
15 may become OH n.bcr-
door.
Beth David Sist-
a bruncheon on W
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and the program
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RABBI AARON KUTLER
who passed away from our midst last v. t<<
MR. IRVING BUNIM
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Committee Named for Beth David Annual
Patrons Dinner Dance Here Dec, 16
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Dinner dance committee lor the
annual Patrons Dinner <>i Beth
David Congregation was announced
tbia week bj Phillip Schiff, chair-
man of the function.
Named to the committee were
Miami Citj Commissioner Sidney
Aronovitz and Mrs. Aronovitz, Moo
Atkins, Mr and Mrs. Sam Badanos.
Mr. arcl Mrs Harold Berke. Walter
Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon,
Sam Octrowsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Marion I'ozen
Henry RosengftJten, Herschel
Rosenihal. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ron, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Mr and
Mrs. Charles Spingarn, Lewis Stern-
shein, president of Beth David, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traurig.
Last week, Stem she in an-
nounced that Alan Gale, nation-
ally-known comedian and enter-
tainer, will be guest artist at the
annual function, which is schedul-
ed for Sunday evening, Dec. 16,
in the Grand Ballroom of Beth
David Congregation.
Gale, who operates his own Cele-
brity Club in Miami Beach and
New York, will be joined by Lon
Norman and his orchestra on the
entertainment program.
Meanwhile. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Badanes and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Seitlin were this week named in
charge of reservations and enter-
tainment. Heading up decor,
motif, and physical layout of the
ballroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ross.
Schiff, past president of Beth
David and current vice president
in charge of fund-raising, said that
"limited reservations will be avail-
able to non-members on a first-
come, first-served basis."
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rJewistiflcricffoin
Page 13-B
The Courier
hf ^fclci "Schwartz
^Ljnr Back from a sojourn to Bi slon, New York and Washington where
ea'a "Operation Truth" is begining to dispel doubts as to the
. of the South Florida area for winter vacation. Dr. Alexander
ublisher of the Boston Jewish Ad\ cate, and a regular i
i id he was packing on schedule and that almost all of
How Bostonians who are winter residents here are following
Kennedy's advice and beading south On display at the
itj of Miami's modernistic Merrick Bldg., is a complete collec-
l i Israeli stamps obtained as a gift from the Israeli government
h the efforts <>f Stanley C. Myers. Joseph Weintraub also has
i substantial contribution of stamps io the University of Miami's
rather considerable collection. Israeli exhibit continues through the
Washington Federal chairman Arthur H. Courshon attended a
g of the National League of Insured Savings Assns. in San Fran-
Cisco, then went to Santa Barbara for the regular monthly meeting of
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board Ta.-k Force New president
01 the Beach Kiwanis Club is active Key Club worker Ben Rosenthal 8. at the Israelite Center will in-
Dovid IVrinsfock
Harvey Rosenfeld
Michael Gorsetman
Saturday morning services. Dec. honor roll in mathematics
de Leon Junior High, Mark has
won ribbons and trophies for track
and physical fitness. He will con-
tinue with his religious studies. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gross, 3675
Riviera Ct.. Coral Gables, will
host the Kiddush in their son's
honor following the geremony.
*
Michael Goldfarb
Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of
Mr. and .Mrs Jai k Goldfarb, 1836
s.u 9th St., will be observed during
sen lucted by Rabbi Solo-
chiff at Congregation Beth
1 on Saturday morning, Dec. 8.
Michael is a ninth grade stu-
dent al Shenandoah Junior High
and attends Beth El religious
s( hool.
Harvey Rosenfeld
Harvey Marshall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kugene Rosenfeld, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah at services
Mark fiunim conducted by Dr. Joseph R. Narot
on Saturday morning, Dec. 8, at
Junior High, where he is on the 'Temple Israel.
and
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, the celebrant is
iIk a* i" Y- V 1Ktr Ben Kost'nl"al at Inc "rae"1" denier "ill m- science. the celebrant's outside in- he Grandson of Mrs Eva Roscn-
[sraeU-born Ray Ad.el s promotion oi the Empress of Bahamas is dude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael ....., ,..., ._., ....... the j,idndson of Mrs. Eva Koscn
attracting national attention. He's a graduate of Columbia Univer- Gorsetman, with Rabbi Morton
and reports business on the Miami Nassau vessel steadily in- Malavsky officiating,
creasing Waldman's Hotel has set aside a public room for perm- Michael is a graduate of the Cen- Plans
! use as an art gallery. Sam Waldman reports. American and ter's religious school and is a mem- Beth Torah's Hebrew school.
ber of the Youth Group there. He I
terests center on boating, naviga- fold and Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Spcc-
tion and construction design. He ter.
to continue his studies at
n artists will be invited to exhibit their works without charge
George Newhart has been named area representative in Atlanta
hami based fabrics firm of David and Dash.
Speakers at Wednesday's Operation Fix-Up forum at Bayfront
Park Auditorium included Arthur M. Shandlolf, energetic chairman of
the Home Improvement Committee of the Home Builders Assn. of
South Florida
of Realtors, and cha
attends Shenandoah Junior High,
where he belongs to the choral
group and the bowling league.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Ilyman Gorsetman, 3505 SW
Bryan Alterman
Beth David will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Bryan, son of
Mr. Sidney Alterman and Mrs.
Kiddush will follow the ceremony
with a reception and dinner at the
Seville Hotel in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah.
Mark Jeffrey Bunim
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark
Rose Alterman on Saturday morn- Jefrey son of Dr and M Louis
Herbert Lee Simon, president of the Miami Board 28th St, and the grandson of Mrs. ^,'pirV^wi 11 officTato A' Bunim' during WrV,Ce8 Satur"
.airman of the F.x-Lp push, was master of cere- Rosf Gorsetman. He will be hon- ShaP|ro *'" ft
.,< im-i .->. uim viiginiioil Wl tlif IIA'LU I'UMI. WdS !M.1M('( ui celt- ... ., /"\ el. i 1 nn
n.es Edward Stein, of the San Francisco Seminary, addressed **! ,0ne* .Snabbat. and at *" J??*. JESfiLl1
the Psychology Colloqium of the University of Miami on Tuesday on
The Psychology of Guilt'' Harold Dunsky, Cedars of Lebanon
community relations chief, says he feels comfortable among the 265
M.D.'s on staff. Quips he recently received his own M.D. degree
day morning, Dec. 8, at Temple
Friday Emanu-El.
the Kiddush following services. evening and the Kiddush following Mark js an eighth grade student
the ceremony on Saturday will be al the Hebrew Academy and
David Wtinstock
David Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
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Doctor of Money) Robert G. Kramer, president of Airtronics In- ] Benjamin H. Weinstock, will be
rnational Corp., of Ft. Lauderdale, reports a 432 percent hike in net
income for fiscal 1962.
Bob Merritt's building firm received the contract to build the
.North Miami Nursing and Convalescent Home Carl Erbe is doing
the national public relations for the abuilding Doral Beach Hotel .
Prediction that Claude Pepper will play a major role in Medicare
passage by upcoming session of Congress was made by Mike Sossin on
Monday night at meeting of American Federation of Senior Citizens.
Sossin's still shuttling back and forth between his Coronet and Black-
stone retirement hotels .It's just about 10 years since Sam and
|Dave Rosner opened the Sterling Hotel and proved kosher hostelries
could be operated on a luxury basis.

Among those whose United Fund divisions went well over the 140
pi rcent mark at Tuesday's report luncheon were State Attorney Rich-
trd Gerstein and laundry executive B. B. Goldstein. Chairman Jay I.
I K.slak announced reaching of the 83 percent mark with eight days of
campaigning remaining Dr. Arthur Shapiro is making headway
I with his efforts to increase support locally of the President's Council
at Physical Fitness Simon Rubin, watchdog of Beach council
icetings, leading a fight against increasing the city's publicity millage
Bob Glasser. once kingpin of local Jaycees, in Tallahassee full
e working with Tom Adams on plans for new state capitol buildings.
Ed Sullivan Show to play here Jan. 13 may stop the post-Orange
It. I lull in the season, according to Shclborne Hotel director Charles
|Yi > rs Louis Shafkin. former head of the Beach planning board,
notes that his group first originated plans for a Mid-Bay Causeway,
r h now finds considerable opposition on the East side of Biscayne
h'.iy Surfside Mayor Sidney King and Vice Mayor Louis Hoberman
| '. plans for a Surfside Jamboree on Dec. 22 and 23 Lee
(I. Surfside councilman, and veep of the new County National
I oi North Miami Beach, back from a brief trip to England .
IL I seiistein tells us that real estate activity is about to take a
rp jump in this area, and Ben Zion Ginsburg opined the same
.a a Presidents Council luncheon Monday afternoon.

Sid Roth, secretary of Miami Beach Moose Lodge 1651, was hon-
al the Bel Aire Hotel at a recent initiation oi the fraternal organ-
New officers of Greater Miami Alumni oi Alpha Epeilon Pi
I lernity include Stanley Richardson, Stank?) Bulbin, Harry A. Levy.
M;i.iv and Richard Eisenman New York Sen. Jack Javits,
is heading up a simultaneous campaign to push Rockefeller and
Goldwater, will go to Jerusalem later this month with his famil)
\l Zablo, new president of the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami
[1 V lined up Irving Berlin, Al Ladina, day Kaiser and David Zim-
: man as co-officci ...
The Beach political pot is really boiling with news that Wolfie
I en and Hal Ilert/ may have their third Straight duel in .limes
I nciUnanic sweepstakes Incumbents D. Lee Powell. Mel Rich-
Dd M.ircie Liberman still rated the favorites, but former Mayor
I Shapiro, Dr. Leo Grossman, Paul Grand, Ted Cohen and Al
herman each are receiving powerful support .
Mai Knglandcrs wife. Sophia, s.ys she'll settle for five daughters.
Hying the record of Ida and Eddie Cantor James Albert heading
1 a big business deal in Chicago after his election next week as
|chief of the Pap Cancer Institute And .lack S. Popick is readying
announcement of another aquisition by his growing Mechanics Uni-
form Service. ________
Mark Gross
On Saturday morning, Dec. 8,
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate
Dec! 8, with Rabbi Max A. Lip-: al *ne Bar Mitzvah of Mark Gross I ^g tne ceremony, and at a re-
schitz officiating. j during services at Temple Judea. j ception that same evening in the
A student at North Miami Beach An eighth grade student at Ponee Fontainebleau Hotel.
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Saturday morning,
member of the school choir. He
is interested in medical science
and sports.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
Put him in the driver's seat!
Beth Am Plans For Dedication
On Friday evening, Dec. 21, the chairman of the capital funds com-
1 Chanuka. Temple Beth Am nnttce. reports that over 100 lami-
hwll dedicate its BCCOnd wing of lies who have pledged to the new
Mark A. Light school building building will be hosts' on the
he additional school wing is the evening of the dedication.
' of three buildings in the pro- The dedication service will also
i plan which will Include a sel the stage for the annual tua-
I e Youth Lounge and a perma- nuka candlighl service, and the
i sanctuary. Herman Kellman, Templi choir will assist.
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Friday, December 7, 1362
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl

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ART ON THE MALL: Culture came to Lincoln Road Mall last
weekend and provided a delightful contrast to its crass commercial
aspect. It was the informal outdoor art exhibit sponsored by the Mi
ami Beach Jaycees. An unusually large crowd for a Sunday afternoon
came to peruse, to be amused and also to enthuse
The works on display represented a good portion of South Flor-
ida's fast growing art colony. The artists themselves ranged from
teen agers to septuagenarians, from novices to old and practiced hands.
Kxceptionally excellent were the works of Irwin Partogyl. whose
oils are distinctively different and arresting, sparse in color but bril-
liant in fusion of line and form.
Ink, water colors and lacquers are glowingly combined, by Vonne
Saltzmar. to create still life forms of exceptional symmetry, with a
silken and coppery shein. Individualism and fop talent underline
th touch of this young red-haired princess of the palette.
Working his way through the University of Miami, where he's an
;irt major. 25-year-old. van-dyked Mervyn I)e>k:ns leans heavily on
such exhibits to lighten his financial load. Pastels, waier colors and
ink are his metier, and his still iites and outdoor scenes compress fine
detail, color and form.
After seeing the interest of the crouds at the exhibit, there's no
reason whv it shouldn't become a monthly event.
* *
NIGHT AND DAY: The long lethargy of summer and fall that
blankets the after-dark scene here has rapidly dispersed the last week
OT so. and things have started to hum. Best example is the pumping
and j' yous sessions at the Peppermint Lounge. The addition of the
revu<, 'Crazy Crazes." to the regular policy of two or more bands for
dancing has proved a bonanza. Dick Cami. overseeing the Peppermint,
wishes lor rubber walls most niehts ol the week to accommodate tiie
bulj4.:n: cr wds on hand.
Patsy Abbot's cozy quarters on 23rd St. off Park Ave.. on the
Beach, are accommodating overflow throngs who lease on a uale of
laughter after Patsy's sessions end. There are few comediennes, il
any. who possess the trigger-quick flippancy and creative ability of
.Miami Beach's queen ol COmed) .
Coming up on Dec. 22, at the Lucerne, is the new comedy revue,
"Yow Gotta Have Maiel," a merry melange of music and merriment,
introducing new headliners to the Beach. Totie Fields, the star, was
the toast of the Catskills last summer. Comic Davey Karr and singer-
dancer Phyllis Miller are others featured in the Lucerne revelry.
Tony Bennett, always well received at one cr more of our plush
hotel rooms, comes back to the Beach next week, headlining at the
Auditorium, with his bouncy ballads, backed by the 25-piece orchestra
of Ralph Sharon. Concerts at New York's Carnegie Hall and more
recent in Philadelphia have given added prestige to the personable
Swingin' singer. Alan Shcrr and Production Associates are presenting
the show.
Sports goods tycoon Jerry Kimball just became a grandpop. Roger
Warren is the baby's name, born to Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Kimball.
Mazel Tov!
* M
HOTEL LOBBYING: Rental autos are more in evidence, pointing
to the vanguard of holiday visitors, happy omen that the winter season
will be rolling in high ere long.
Anticipating the end-of-December rush, the Deauville has a solid
holiday week show, with the initial appearance of spirited dancer
Juliet Prowse and the return of always welcome Myron Cohen.
The Sunday buffet dinners at the Seville are something to talk
cbout. Magnificent and sumptuous variety of choice viands are there
for your palate pleasure.
Jack Leonard and Dion kick off the season in the swank Cafe
Cristal of the Diplomat on Dec. 18. When rotund Jack comes to
town, he'll talk over the .good ol' days with local PR man Charlie
Jacobson, a former schoolmate in Chicago, who once led. a jazz com-
bo when Leonard was still a kid Charleston dancer.
Even though the Doral Beach Hotel doesn't open till Jan. 20. the
Doral Country Club is jumping with music and entertainment. Week-
ends find the localites gathered in good numbers for the festive dining
and shows.
"Sing-along-with-Julian Gould" is the theme of the Balmoral,
where the fancy lingering of the organ is drawing harmonizing crowds
nightly to join in the fun. His latest RCA long-playing album, "A
Knight at the Organ," will be released Dec. 1.
* +
FILM AND FOOTLIGHT FARE: "Cleo from 5 to 7" is the new)
screen attraction at the Mayfair and Sunset, imported from France. I
starring Corinne Marchana, whose fear of an early death changes her .
personality.
"The Longest Day" at the Lincoln continues as number one cin-
ema attraction. It's on a reserved seat policy, two shows daily, at
2:30 and 8:45. You'll never see a better and more authentic and thrill-
ing war spectacle.
Studio M performers are projecting their talents near and far.
Ragan Powell, Doreen and Darla Bernahardt, Jackie Scalaza, Pearl
Krohn, Beryl Taylor, Eric Dwnlop, Frances Krohn and Renee Sween-
ey are appearing in the movie, "Speak to Me Child," in New York.
Pearl Krohn. Julian Voloshin and Ralph Miller will have speaking
roles in "Joan of Arc at the Stake" with U of M Symphony Sunday and
Monday. "Taste of Honev" continues its run at Studio M Plavhouse.
* *
ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Food director Arthur Teichner. of
the Golden Key, al Westbrooka Cbantry Club on the Trail, speaks eifcht
languages. He's quits a chef, '<>. getting his experience in rack gour-
met center* abroad as Vienna, Prague. Brussells, and pre-war Pi
Trombonisl Herb Win field, a regular with John Barney's band ap-
pearing at the Villas' ai '>. is almoal a- much at h me be-
hind an airline ticket counter as he is on the bandstand Win.a "I was
;i No -nt. arid at one tune, a membl i I .
the Jimm) and Tomi bands.
The newly married Heri Maddens (she's the former M: Aj
tern have discovered the Middle East Restaurant ihish"
Ifert, head ol Madden and Smith Airci exclusive
p tor Aero Commander in the loutheasl and Caribbean i
Mme. Montealegre
In Oratorio Here
The Honegger-Claudel dramatic
oralofro. "Joan of Arc at the
Stake." will be presented for the
first time in Florida by the I'm
versity of Miami Symphony Or
chestra on Sunday and Monda)
evenings at Miami Beach and Dadt
County Auditoriums.
Fabien Sevitzky. conductor of
the Symphony Orchestra, will di
rcct more than 200 performers foi
this presentation. Joining the 90
member symphony orchestra an
two choral groups, the 110-membe
Criversity of Miami Choral l.'nion
Glenn Draper, director, and the 20-
memher North Miami Junior High
School Boys- Choir. Mrs Juanita
Wilson, director.
In addition to the two chor-
uses, five vocalists and six act-
ors will also participate in the
production. Heading llv's group
is the well-known actress, Felic'/
Montealegre (Mrs. Leonard Bern-
Abe Chiel (right), president of Congregation Beth El, will wel-
come back to the pulpit Rabbi Solomon Schiff ilelt). who nas
just returned from a two-week tour ol South America, w
he gave a series of lectures on education in Venezuela.
Colombia, Port oi Spain, and Curacao. The tour was spon-
sored by the Hebrew Academy and Mesivtah oi Create
ami in cooperation with Beth El, which consented to Rabbi
Schiff's temporary leave.
Student Will Be Featured
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More than 600 persons are ex-
pected to attend a dramatic per
fc.rmancc by Miami Beach Senior
High Sehool student Trudy Gertler
a; the 15th annual Hebrew Acad-
emy scholarship dinner on Sunday,
Dec. 16. at the Deauville Hotel.
The annual banquet ill honor
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board of directors the A .
Miss Gertler radt i
:he Academy, i- the clan.' i)l
Judge and lira irles i tier.
159*1 Bay Dr Shi ha- won >
forensic competitions, melt
statewide champku chip ai
end place in natioi [orei
tests.
ftllUA MOHltAlHiHt
stein in private life), who will
narrate the title role of "Joan."
Co-starring with Mme Monteal-
egre is the noted Broadway actor,
Michael Wager, who will perform
the role of Brother Dominic. Oth-
er singing roles mi hide tenor Jean
Deis and bass-baritone Donald
Gramm, two widely-known artists,
who have appeared with major
SJ mphony orchestras across the
country.
In supporting vocal roles are
Miamians Joyce McGrew. soprano,
Salwa Merrige. mezzo-soprano, and
Natasha Martin, mezzo-soprano,
who will sing the roles of the Vir-
gin, Margaret and Catherine, re-
spectively. Dr. Sevitzky selected
the three young vocalists from a
group of 30 who completed in au-
ditions last Spring.
\i
Munc lAiioiet ana rrancoise
Prevost in a scene from "The
Girl With the Golden Eyes,"
which opens Wednesday,
Dec. 12, at Wometco's May-
lair and Sunset Art Theatres.
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December 7, 1962
*J*Ml rirrMfor)
|e mortal For
ibbi Kutler
in
i
ictc
Utn
he.
tube
|K.
It'
Ilk.
tan
S
Kal
M-.
.11
fib.
Bell
B)avi
n
lal meeting and "hespod"
, to the tote Rabhj Aaron
ill be neW Sunday. 11
the Hebrew Academy.
Kutler, a renowned Torah
. died in New York City
-day. Nov. 29. He was a
visitor here.
-g Bonim, of Ntw York,
deliver the eulogy at the
cny whose principal, Rabbi
> itr Gross, was among
attending the funeral of
Kutler in the north.
Kutler was the dean of
udic Research Institute in
..(I \.J. He was also chair-
the World Council of Torah
. I services were held for
\iiller at Beth Jacob Con-
Hi, Miami Beach, last Sun-
niicipating were Babbi
stern, spiritual leader of
a cob, and Babbis Gross.
hrticld. Phineas Weber-
i Max Lipschitz.
Kutler's casket was flown
idem 00 Sunday for inter-
shiva University of New York and, ftr C-, ,. c ,
its Albert Einstein College of Med-1 Ut' 5o' Speak
icine. Mr. Berman was also affil-
iated with the Bethlehem syna-
gogue and National Home for
Astjimatic Children.
He is survived by his wife.
Flora; three grandchildren; and
m \vn great-grandchOdren. ser-
vices and burial were in New York,
with local arrangements by River-
side.
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Nathaniel Sorolf, of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, will
speak on "Labor in Jewish
Sources" at the bi-weekly forum
ol the Workman's Circle, I. L.
Peretz School, on Tuesday even-
ing.
Book to be Reviewed
Zamora Slates
Social Events
Fust in a series of dances to be
given by Temple Zamora Broth-
erhood will be held on Saturday
evening at the Temple. Music will
be furnished by a live band.
A Chanuka theme will be used
for the Sisterhood meeting in the
Social Hall of the synagogue on
Wednesday evening, 8:15 p.m.
A skit by Dore Senary, noted Hol-
lywood producer, will be present
ed, directed by Mrs. Leon Honig.
chairman of Judaism in the home
In the cast are the Mesdames
Jerome Lieberman, Israel Kussner,
David Kival. Michael Brown. Irv-
ing Simons. Eli Leff, Maurice
Greene, and Nathan Goldy.
The Rothschilds," by Frederick
Morton, will be reviewed by Babbi
Solomon Schiff, of Congregation
licth El. at
Chapter of Hadassah on Monday,
1:30 p.m at the Knights of Pyth-
ian Hall. W. Flagler St.. Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE lh HEREBY lilVKN that
iIn- mill, i-signed, desiring t" ii-.i_
in bui Im -- un ler the fictitious .. mi
ol l--.' 'Kll 'A VENTURES nl "US
N.B, 164th Street, Miami >:'. Florida,
Intend tu register said name with the
1 '! 11, nl the i 'irctill Coi rl ol I >adi
i bounty, i lorl la.
IIAItl !).! S. Sl'IIW AI'TZ
ALBERT .1. TARRSl IN
SMITH A- HANDLER
Attorney* r r Harold s. bchwartc -i nl
i"? Lincoln Una I, Miami Beach
ji: 1-TU7
i^ 7-i i-l'i -is
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOT......B- H t*i''t
iln undersigned, di Hiring to anga
business under iin fictitious namu of
liKNEKAL WINDOW REPAIR SKK-
V1CE, ai 2110 HW 19th Terrace, m-
tend* to register wild name with th
ClerK "f the Circuit Court of Dada
County, t'lorlda.
SYDNEY ROSENBERG
Sole Owner
ki:ssi.i:i: a- OARS
fog sw let Street U.U^W1.U
Jai-Alai Banner Season
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
i meet in? of Torah ,1,h JUDICIAL C RCUIT. IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1284*
JOSE* IN A SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Kll.i 'i ill 1 SANCHEZ,
I 'efendatit.
NOT CE OF PUBLICATION
Tl 1 Ki'U ;|i 1 SANCHEZ,
Address L'nknown
Yor. Ki l.iMiin SANCHEZ, Addr
THE
AND
Dania Jai-Alai Palace president,
Boy A. Mi-Andrews, is predicting
a banner season for all of South
Florida, "despite the many wor-
riers who have said the Cuban sit-
uation would hurt the tourist
trade.'"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOTICE IS HEREBY OlM-N that
th,- undersigned, desiring t" image in
business under the fictitious name, of
FkjDKRM. DISCOUNT 'ENTERS at
?8-3(1 S.E. First Btreet, Miami, Honda.
Intend in register said name *'*55
Clerk ni the Circuit Court ot Daue
County, Florida. ,,,.,..
w ASiiiNiinC '!'': COMPANY
NO. -,
:t Florida corpi ration
KOV N t: I 1 M A N N11BIM ER
Attoi ni yt for Washington
Compeni So. 2
Drug
11 83-80 12/7-li
LEGAL NOTICE
iyman Berman
)ies Here at 86
ivi
II
ici
i Berman. of 4925 Collins
ii Saturday, Dec. 2. at the
rman came here 30 years
n Bethlehem. N.H. He was
Russia.
.rider and vice president of
-en Academy and an of
Temple Emanu-El. Ye-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i... i 11.; under Ho- fictitious name ol
The program will also teature a ,.|Y j-askey raMBLEK company
.,! 2964.1 South Federal Highway,
Homestead, I- lorlda Intend to n
- i name .;ii th< t'h i k of the Cli -
, mi Court nf luil. Count}. I lorlda.
CASKEY AND WALL COMPANY,
ii Floi Ida Col p..
Sole < iwner
I'AVID MEBMAN
In
Unknown, are required to file >.....
answer lo the Complaint for Divorce, iN THE COUNTY JUDGPS
with Hi Clerk of the above Court.
mill serve n cop} thereof upon OINO
P, NBORETTI, Attorney, 910-11 Con-
gress Uldg., Ill N.E. 'Jo.I Avmne, Mi-
ami. Florida on "i before the 8th da)
if January, 1983, or elie complalm
will be taken a* coiifeBsed.
Dan -i nl Miami, I ......h this 30th
day of November, 1962.
I-;. II. I.EA1 MERMAN, I 'l< rk.
i i'. till i'.....t. Dude C illty, \" i
(seal) I!} : C. P. Cl iPELANl I
I leputs Clefl
IS 7-1I-21-2S
Chanuka candlighting ceremony,
according to Mrs. Harold Sliiiman.
program chairman.
On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. the Broth-
erhood will have its third Sunday
breakfast in the Social Hall. Plans
for a New Year's Eve party and
dance sponsored by the Brother
hood will be discussed
.1
ail tu. > for Applicant
i: 7-14-21-ta
LEGAL NOTICE
nOCHMAN
j
VN, Rgl 71. ( UM BW 1ft
,i |i, e. 1. He oaina hern
- a .l.-'^.i Is vi-arb ago aiol
.. raial arastr. tl- was
.i .- mi icle Lodge Ma-
/...in i i ? tnlsatlon and
, n .i-vi ii.ii Centi r.
ni.. r Dada School
inl.ir. Mt*. Anns Mr.n-
.-. h, aurvlvad iiy hi-
..ii. bamual; tlir.-e
. -. M \.l, lie Btone, M:
. --i: n nd Mrs. Pren la
ami l" grandchildren
i r. i : In i ;..iii..u
II...... Mitli inl- run nt :it
. ..I (Vim tery.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 13066
UlNOBD I IVINGSTON JAMES,
Plulntiff,
IAU&8,
! i>- tin SE
-i dl< : Sov. 2, Ulv< I d<
m. '
V. .1AN. i Is, 62. ..f SJnfl Col.
. ..i-,i Nov. -- Riverside
. i. -
IARL '.. M V '. "f 1........ W M I)
I i illi So* i* Klv< i -i.l.

|L lus P.. W, -I 9 i"i w Baj
. t| N..\. !T. Rlvi i i.l.
\ i -
a- a Mi V' na, "5 of !3'. SW
Ii, .i Sov I" ':." don's
- Him ..... if 7 ;>. Uth .-i .
-7. .....lou'a.
H*E^ .... ..i 7U'l Byron Vve..
Kivon hie In chart lo-
'Ei-- I., na K., 87, of i NE
*- dlad l *ac. I. 'lordon's.
IISC-EL, Mis Ooldu, 8S, -i Jill Col.
- ,i.i !>.- I Local ar-
ts I.....rdon's
ii man, '. ol IMS CoUins
,i i... i Rlvtrslde, Mi..ii
. i: >.
iOChman, Nathan fl, of l*t SW
.i .1 11,,-. l. i ;->tdon's
(sea'..an. \ ,, ii 7J, ,.! k::.
illetl I .-.-. 1. Rlvt I -i.l. i"

MARION SAl'SDERS
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Marlon Bounders James
."I Wberty Street
Montlcello, New York
Von MARH'N BAUNDKRS JAMES
ara haiaby uoUflcd that :i Bill of
Complnlnt f'.r Divorce has b--. n filed
against iron, and you are required lo
serve u cop} if your Anawer or i'i. .ni-
iiuc the Bill nf Complaint un the
ulnlntlff's Attorney, Panford H. Kra-
mer, One i.in...in Itoad Building, Mi-
ami Beach, t lorlda and file th< oi ig
In. I Answer or Pleading ii, tl.....nice
nl ili. i'i. 11, ..i the Circuit Curt on I
the 7ih day "f January, i
IMS ii \..u t:,ii in do so, Judgment
i. ;.nilt uiu I-. taken ag tlnst you I
for the relief de nanded In the B II of
Compl
Tin.- ii"ii.. shall be published once
each '.!, fur fotu consecutive weeks
oi THE JEWISH rlAHHDlAN.
ImiNi: AND ORDERED Miami,
hlorldn, this '.ili tin} .; 1 ci n Is I.
v.i>. i >3.
K B ii: \ rni:ii.MAN, Cli rk,
I'ir.-ilit t'oiirt, liade Count>, Horida
(seal) Bs I.. SSEEDKS
i.. n i '! rk
- Wl'iKu II KRAMER
i in.- Lincoln Riatd Bldg.
VI....... 1'.. : It, I lol I'I.i
V! i... ii.-v lor Plaiutlfl
12 i-14-21-SS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57800-C
IN RE: Estate of
Kiln l. l- n BCHMITT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tu All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Damantto Against s.iiii
Estati :
V..ii ;ir.. hereby notified and requir-
ed lo praaant any claim.- and demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate of RCIKil.K II. BCHMITT de-
..:,-i.l lat.- of DADE County, fl.il-
Ida, to the County Judgt-s oi Dadi
County, and file tin tame In their of-
fices In the County Courthouae in
Dade County, Horida, within ^i^ eudar im-nthi- from the date of the
lir.-i publication hereof, or Ihe mum
u ill In- lurred.
JOSH RKPHUN
Kxecutor
JOKH KKi'Hi'N. Attorney
1370 Washington Ave., Suit. :'il
.Mmini Beach, Horida
12/7-14-31-38
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 57561 B
IN RE: Kan
M UtTIN u EINRBB
11 .
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
|To All Credllors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims i.i Demands Against Bald
i.. ,, heribj notified ai .1 re-
,,nii ed to pre lalms and de-
mands which -' ma> huv. againsi
,l. ,.-,,.. ol MARTIN WEISREII
,i,. eased late ol Dude County, [-lor-
lda i" the Count) I hide
fi.imtv ii file 'l" mi* In i i
ami as provided In Sectloi
. in
thi Count> Com thi In !'"'' 'oun-
u |.-|..., bin six cuh ndai months
rrum the H......' th< first publli atloii
.,,-,.i ..: i im .' Ill barn d
i.i,i,.i ., Miami. Horida. this th
, Sum iibi i. A l' i "-'
Mil .Tl 'N I v vni:
a- Adn inlstrator
I.KON EPSTEIN
\ii..- in i foi K late
ISO I.iii. nil Itoad
Miami r- ... h, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50792
I N RE: Estate of
SADIE MANNHEIMBR
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given that we
have fii<'I our Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and final Dla-
. harge a- Co-Ea......'" of the .--
. ,-, ,i Sad Mannhettner, d< im jsea.
.nd that ..ii th,- 10th day "f January,
ISM will applj t" the Honorable
IViunty Judges of Dada County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said rlnal Re-
port and for distribution anil final
discharge as Co-Bxecutora of the es-
tate of th- above-nameil decedent.
This 38th .'av "i November, 1MB.
CLARA M. TANNBNBAUM
MILTON R. MANNHKIMLR
KOVNER a MANSHEIMER
\: oi ae) s
12n Lincoln P....id
Miami Bench, Florida if/T-M-ll-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL C.RCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12838
ULADYH B. L< It'KW'l >t>l'.
Plaintiff,
\.-.
PAUL l-.l.l.li ITT I.i ii'KWiii il i,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
TO: PAI'I, ELLIOTT LOCKWOo'l
R.D. ~ '. Endlcott, NV.
VOU ARE hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are herebj re-
quired t< strvi a copy of your Answer
in the Complain! on the Plaintiffs
attorney, l.i:.-n:it KOOER8, whose
il.li.-.-- i.- 21 N.W. 14th St.. Miami,
Florida, and file the original of your
Answer in tin office "f the Clerk i.l
ili.- Eleventh Judicial circuit in ami
for Dude County, Btorida, on or be-
fir,- tin sth day .if January. Ib3. In
default of which th.- Complaint will
he taken as confessed by you.
Dated the 2!>th day ..i November,
IMS.
!:. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida
tscul) By: K M. I.VMAN
lit-iuit} clerk
12/7-1***1-38
COURT
IN AND"FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 57435
RE: Estate M
ALBERT OOU>NEB
11.1 eased. _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraons Har.
ing Claims or Demanda Agalnai
Tou an hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims '"amu
which you ma> have against th. esta.e
,.' VLBERT OOLDNER, deceased tot
,,j Bade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dad* County, and ftta
,l same in their offices In the Coun-
i\ courthousi In Dade County. Hion-
Administratrix
CA1DEN a rothenberg
Att< rneys
J03 Blauayne Building
Miami ;'.J. Florida
11 '23-
-12/7-la
ir
12 7-11 --'! -J-
Cignified, beautiful and
reverently oared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alk

OGUST BROS RY
IS the BEST'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
" AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 12804
MART CARNEVALI,
P| ilntlff,
\ -.
P1ETRO CARNEVALI,
"NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
1X1 PIETRO CARNEVALI
Residence I'nknown ......
vi,r vRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
., complaint for Divorce has been filed
"gainst you bj MART CARXEVALI,
and therefore, you are requir.d tu me
voui Answer with the < lei t "i the
,i,v, court and serve n copj tin reoi
KAMl'EL POL1CA8TRO, Atl
- kLW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12862
OREAT SOUTHERN CO., INC., a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
EDWARD THOMAS SMITH, et al,
i lefendanta.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: EDWARD THOMAS SMITH
:'.sj 1 an view Avenue
Kairvicw. New Jersey
ROe.K R1TTE SMITH
.'.all Hudson Boulevard
North Bergen, New -I. i \
TOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat
a -nit has been nrmiKht against you
by OREAT BOl'THERN CO.. INC.,
in ih. above-entitled Court, t" fore-
Close a mortgane encumbering the
following described property, to-wit.
Lot :'. in Hank .17. ui LEISURE
CITY SECTION TWO, according t"
the plat thereof, rt-oorded in Plat
Hook .".r,, nt page 38, of the public
records of Dade County, Florida:
and you are required t" fill' your an-
swei with the Clerlt "f tin- Clrculi
Court of I'a.i, i'i'imi>. Florida, at the
Coiirtlii.u. In Miami, Florida, ,.n or
befori Januers 9, l63, and '" serve
i cop3 "i such anawvr upon MYERS,
HE1MAN, KAPLAN .V- CATSMAN.
I'liiintiir- nttorneys, whose address
i- Eleven-Fifty Building, 1150 8.W.
fr'irnt Btreet, Miami 36, Florida, on oi
before -aid date, as required by the
laws of Florida, if you fall t" it" so,
in., complaint will i' taken as con-
fessed by you and b Decree Pro Con-
f,.-.-i, will be entered against you for
thi relief demanded In the complaint.
DATED ihi.- ::"ili da) "f November,
19(3
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Seal) Bl : K. M. I.V.MAN
l h putj Clerk
Myers, Helman, Kaplan Si Catamnn
Eteven-Fift} Building
115*1 KW. I irsl Btr< et
M.iiiiu 36, l lorlda
13 7-H-21-38
Estate
eased.
17th Ave-
r before
l..... -
upon
,,,v for Plaintiff, l
mi,-. Mian Florida, on
y S, I!..... otherwls.
pro Confesso will be enteretl againsi
you.
Dated tlo
E, K LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit ,
~H THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57634-C
in RE: Estate "i
MISHA BOBRI 'Vi.
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit..v.- and All ivi >""h_ ir v-
int- Claims or Dejnand* Agalnat Bata
^You'ara hereby notified and re-
quired (o present any olalma and de-
mands which you may have' aptnst
the estate of aUSHA BOBROW. e-
.-.,1 lat- "f Bade County, I-WhI.-i,
', ,.. rjounty Jud^ of Dade t oun-
tv, and file the same In their offloes
in tii- County courthouae m ixwi*
Count*-. World*, within six ,^J*J
months from the date ol the ana
publication hereof, or the earn* i"
Beha"redk8THER BOBROW.
\< Administratrix "f the
of MISHA BOBROW,
Law Of flees of
LEONARD H. WOLF
Bj: i ewla l" Cohen, Attorney
for Administratrix
1160 S.W. First Sir.-'
"..... J"; ..... :*-lhv |g.i.30,18/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394-B
IN RE: Estate "f
ROSA STB1NME1 /
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and AH Persons Hay"
Claims or Demands Agalnat Bald
Estate: ....
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present an> claim.- and de-
mands which >"ii may have against
ih,. ,.m:.- ,.f ROSA B+EINMBTZ de-
,-, i-. d late of Dade County, rTorioa,
to the Count) Judges of Dade Ooun-
tv, and 111.- Hi- same m duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Ftanda
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouae In Dade County, rw-
Ida within six calendar months tr-.;n
the time of the first publication Her.-
iii or the aame iii be barred,
i..,t,-,i at Miami. Florida, this IStn
duj of November, A.D. I6S.
Ill Til SPEYER
As Executrix
HAROLD A. GREENE
Attorney for Exectiti i\
IIH'IN.K. I :.... St. et 16.M.j0-|S/,
3th day i,i November,
THE McCUNE COMPANY
CONSULTANTS APPRAISERS
MIAMI
E*lublLshed 1914
FRonklin 3-7796
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57857C
IN RK: Estate of
IIERTHA STERN
I.. ci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlti rs and All Peraons Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Agalnat Said
Bstati
Vi.u an- hereby notified and re-
,l ir, i ,. ireaenl any claims and di -
n-hich you may have againsi
the -'.....I Bertha Stern di i asi tl
late "i
I '"IlllU
fill the -
\ i.l. .I in
I llldi
judg
ll.irldn,
III.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 12279
THE WII.LIA.MMU lti-.ll
savinos Bank,
Plaintiff,
va.
W. I'lll'K BCHIPSKI "! and
h ISEPH1NE S' llli'SKi. in- w !'
i lefendanta.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO VRTHCR BCHIPSKI JR and
JOSEPHINE SCHIPSKI
7:: Leuckel Avenue
Trenton, New Ji raey
You an- hereb> notified that the
ibove captloned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
,,,,,, ,,,- the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and f"i Dade Coun-
tj t,. foreclose a mortgage upon tin*
following described real nropart;
Lot I. In Block '.. of I'AHKMiii'R
MANOR SUBDIVISION. According;
to tin PI ii Ho rded In Plat
,f i tade Counts. and
Hook is, at Page SS
K<
,..,i- ,,i |ii.i. Cotin
.i the Publlo
i>. Florida,
in, in duplli ate and I o- yu p, ,i to fll" your an
lion
! 1.1 nl.i .-;.ii -
.. in Hi. u office* In ili. Counts
hi Pi. i 'ounty, Florida,
uii i, -i\ calendar mon
Hi- f ..in tli
,i ili. n-
ili, -a
will be In. i
- ii hi eof,
lat, a ,: Miami, I lorlda, th
N-----ml,, v. A.D ;
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Page 4-A *M*ist fhrkttan Friday, December • • %  r 'Jewish Florldlan OFFICE 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 SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent PuMlriiid every Friday llMS ? "^. 3v ^^ tW ** at 120 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami I, KI.T ii. Beo nd-ClaM Poetace Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewnh Floridian hat .bsorbed the J '"i*\ u "'\ y !" '{ M, t .,.***•****. Member ot the J Z**J'£ i£l. Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New. Service. National Editorial Aisn.. American Aim. of Englih.Jev.ih Newspaper., and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Florldln doen I : -tiruth SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year *5 00 Three Year. $10 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 49 Fridcy. December 7, 1962 10 Kislev 5723 Anti-Semitism in News Anti-Semitism on every front sems to be :he keynote of affairs this week. There is the Coral Gables businessman, who received one of the most vicious hate mailings we have ever seen. The tone of the literature suggests a sharp rise in the brazen expectation for the future of those who have had a hand in its dissemination. There is the report by the Florida office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that a number of Florida organizations, among them some in Dade County, went on record in support of recent anti-Semitic testimony given before a Senate committee. There is the top Page One news featuring a World Jewish Congress parley in London, where disturbing evidence of advancing NaziFascist activity in a number of countries across the globe was unfolded, and where WJC leaders considered it sufficiently important to rally these countries to official repudiation and condemnation of such activity. Also top Page One, there is our old friend, Ahmad Shukairy, of Saudi Arabia, one of the most viciously anti-Israel delegates at the United Nations, who last week on the floor of the UN "greeted" the Argentinian hate organization, Tacuara, a focal point for anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi subversion in Latin America. Nor do we suppose this really ends the run-down. But it does seem that the news is full ot anti-Semitism today — perhaps because it has made the headlines even in Greater Miami. Nevertheless, it is a strong argument for the position that the guard against hatred and prejudice must never be slackened, and that our efforts to roll back the forces of bigotry must continue unremitting. Teen-Agers Gather Here More than 350 young people affiliated with teen-age organizations in the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center network of leisuretime groups for every interest from tot to golden age will gather Sunday for their ninth annual conclave at the Dupont Plaza. As in the past, the teen-agers have set before themselves an ambitious agenda of topical considerations reflected in the general theme of the conclave, "Teens React to a World in Crisis." Too frequently, young people in the community make news in an undesirable way, reflecting the unhappy deterioration of family relationships and the even sadder prospect of what bewildered adults have come to call juvenile delinquency. It is therefore a refreshing experience to note the manner in which these GMJCC teens comport themselves — how they have planned their conclave, what they have set up as goals for consideration and conclusion, and the nature of the questions they anticipate studying at the all-day Sunday affair. These young people, and the Center that guides them in this and other laudable undertakings, are to be congratulated. CJA Rolls Up Sleeves Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal is rolling up its campaign sleeves to get down to the task at hand. The rapid-fire announcement of leadership appointments this week reflects the determination on the part of Federation officials to launch and bring to a successful conclusion a well-paced 1963 CJA. Judging by the calibre of men who are being named to leadership roles, there is every reason to hope that Federation shou'd not be disappointed in its expectations. The community must now get behind these leaders with pledges of funds and volunteer effort to cissuro the success of Greater Miami Jewry's united philanthropic campaign. 25YEAt\S OF U.N\A, A 20th Anniversary Event Temple Beth Sholom will mark its 20th anniversary at a function Saturday evening. We join the community in congratulating the Temple, its spiritual leader, officers and members on this auspicious occasion. It is gratifying to note that the Temple will begin its celebration with a Havdallah service conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish at Beth Sholom. For this symbolizes the congregation's happy understanding that their Temple is above all things a House of God and that members gather there, above all things, for spiritual purposes. Since its founding. Beth Sholom has contributed more than its share of civic, philanthropic, and spiritual leadership to our community. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Temple Beth Sholom, there is good cause for those affiliated with the Temple to take satisfaction in its great growth and activity over the years. UN Shock With Shukairy It will be interesting to note the progress of this week's move to unseat and bring back Ahmad Shukairy as Saudi Arabia's delegate to the United Nations mentioned in another editorial in these columns. Arab leaders are forever harping on the fact that the Jews make "absurd" charges of anti-Semitism against them. Aren't Arabs also Semites, they argue, and wouldn't anti-Semitism mean that they harangue against themselves? But this is a semantic game. Whatever its literal and anthropologic meaning, anti-Semitism signifies hatred against Jews. In addition, the Arab play on words reminds us of Georqe Lincoln Rockwell, who continually tells us that he is not against Jews, only against traitors. In their anti-Israel campaigns at the United Nations, the Arabs have never before been above confusing their politics with anti-Semitism. That they now express shock at Shukairy s unanticipated greeting to the Tacuara is possioly only a reflection of their equally unanticipated embarrassment to them: not that they are above playing footsie with Argentina s rab:d anU-Semites. but that the occasion is now inopportune to identify with them (he week .. as i see it -— by LEO MINDLIN SCOUTMASTER N^^ m son never did M *' to explaining just Ahv ,."* edis. 1 QUI Ilg IVVIV tributed M>ron( literature to the .. h char R e at Troop Had,. But nation.] h^J .*n> of,the Bey t J* America wrote : • office of the v League of B'nai ] Miami, acknowlc Benson's "enthusiasm to fight Communism, a mist when Benson included as supplementary reading foi %  phlet entitled "Red Stars," published by Pagan's I anti-Semit ization, the Cinema Educational Guild Even Ralph Moro, executive director of the Boy s, ica IH;I. ha> finallj gone on record in more than .. According to Harry Lasker, of national headquarters wick N.i. "We have been assured by Mr. Moto that supervision will bo given bj the sponsoring institution literature distributed to the boys in the troop which n sidered controversial Adds Lasker in bis Nov 19 letter to Nathan Perln live director of the Florida API.: ". there is absoluti • p| 1M in Scouting (or bigots should the) ever be found to e> ; ^, T be assured that they will be quickly asked to resign fron All of which, at first glance, haves Mr. Benson b) | 3 ![]f "failure to comment" category or does it? What dent of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scoutot \ column here Oct. 1-. I urged him to speak up if Benson eluding: ", (he) must certainly feel that bigotn has the life Hi .i Boy Scout •;• %  ; %  •;• THf QUEST/ON Of SflBST HASS' IJARDLY A MONTH later, the national hcadquarte%  n m ** takes the same position almost verbatim. But the S •• %  Florida Council president, who is a well known Jewish COmtl never did accept the challenge, preferring the cloak • son. himself, adopted as %  > matter of policy. Neither Florida Council's community relations director, also .„alw a tingle effort of which I am aware to elicit from Sci sou a public explanation for his hate literature disti thing it seems to me would be at least basic and cert., imal gesture expected of his official capacity. Do not Jewish leaders have a responsibility to tpei matters? I surely think yes, and where fear drives then • %  • --k:r. "protective coloration" of anonymity, they perform an injustice to the responsibility that has been delegated to them. Whal i ••good enough for national Scouting headquarters should certainly be good enough for the local affiliate. That it was not is cans* for -ntt*:rassment; the reasons, among them a kind of pathetic "selbst ban," are apparent. Another example in this regard is a recent Alan Courtae) ml program over WQAM, which featured news commentator Gabr.d lieatter as a microphone guest. The day after the program. Mr. Heatter carefully explained to me just what he had said which clarified a flurry of telephone calls charging that, after Heatter left, the program became an open forum for a variety of anti-Semitic comments. Principally, it was alleged that Courtney, himself, pronounced the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to be "ineffectual in its battle against Communism. The WQAM showman a> also alleged to have commented on Jewish organizations "that work *> hard against the Nazis—but these same organizations, and I have hid cootact with them, don't take the same position on Communism" A MAM AMD HIS OWN MtOMM %  ASKED JACK Sandier, who is vice president of WQAM, just what %  he thought about it. Sandier, apart from insisting on the unbelievable, that no tapes are kept of so controversial a program as Courtney's, refused to comment. This is the second time I have had such an experience. Back in June of 1960, at the height of the furor surrounding Israel's capture of Adolf Eichmann. I wrote a column in which I discussed another gem attnbuted to Courtney that Israel had acted far more contemptibly than the Nazis, thi mselves, m their handling of the man who served as the architect for Hitler Germany's slaughter of 6.000.000 Jews. Presumably, there were no tapes then, either. Mr. Courtney is at this point his own problem. Now penlj confessing to be Jewish, a relatively recent development of bul sacral years here, he was among wildly applauded speakers at thi National Indignation Convention In Miami Beach back in November, 1961. The gathering at the Convention Hall, attended by some 7,000 persons, was called ostensibly to demand the expulsion of Communist nUlitarj men training In the I'nited States — particularly Yugoslav piloU UteS learning to fly IS. jets in Texas. Spectators less interested in the program on the platform than in the literature distributed on th floor of the convention might have picked up the following items The anti-Semitic "Economic Council Newsletter." of Merwin K. Hart; "News and Views." published by the Church League ol *n lea, whose head is Maj Edgar Bundv. not open!) snti-Semitic, but Involved in anti-National Council of Churches of Christ prop* and who prides himself as being the source of Communist meif campaigns against the Council. (The National Council of l I ot Christ is the coordinating body of Protestant denominationin the I S with a constituency of over 40,000.000 Christians.) •:• .;. .•JOINING THt THUNDWOUS SlUNCt ALSO: PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL distributed gratis b> the AntiCommunism School of the Air. whose board members in iude a South Miami decorator. Mrs Marion Costner, exposed as %  •'• anU ; Semite in the Miami Herald last year; the October. 1961 ; e ot rne Independent American," published by Kent Courtney (no Knon relation to the WQAM broadcaster), a long-time segregation.-' lescW Horn New Orleans. La., co-author with his wife. Phoebe, of a bookrbe Case of Gen. Edwin A Walker." widely hailed by the right, and a man who has charged Florida Sen. Spessard Hoi undisputed conservative among mentally sound political wMb scoring "a 38 percent pro Socialist 'voting record." (Th. iP Tribune. Dec. 28. liMil.i Kent Courtney, incidentally, accompanied his literature •' I'latlorni personality at the National Indignation Convon' %  Pu>8nl he shared with hi. Miami namesake ot no relat mer s n '•' thai another National In,,,, nation I sometime ago in BeUa n res served as the scene for s n 5 !" "'' %  Jam. Yeager to harangue the crowd state Department deviates, the Rothschild Influence on ( %  .. Continued on Pag* 6-A



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Friday, December 7, 1962 +JmM fkrkUmn Paqe 7-/. 1,500 Delegates Gather to Hear Truman At UJA'S 25th Anniversary Meeting Busy with last-minute details and reservations for Mt. Sinai Hospital's Jubilee Ball on Dec. 15 are Ernice Weinkle Vidaillet and Ben Kline, chairman. Mt. Sinai Hospital Prepares Elaborate Anniversary Week and Jubilee Fete NEW YORK — Some 1.500 dele gales from all pans of the country arc gathering here to attend the 25th annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal being held Dec. 7 to 9 at the Amercana Hotel. Former President Harry S Truman will be principal speaker at ilie conference, which is scheduled to set the I9t>:i fund-raising goal, and to officially launch the nationwide observances of the UJA's 25th anniversary year. A series of national regional and community meetings, as well as many other special events, will mark the UJA's 25th >car of rescue, rehabilitation and resettlement work ot overseas Jewry. fR Mount Sinai Hospital's l.'tth An ur-.uy Week will be climaxed ith a Jubilee Ball to be held Sat\ evening, Dec 15. at the liplomal Hotel. Sponsored by Mt. i's board of trustees, the ball ill be an elegant formal dinner June and feature the showanship of Tony Martin and a :>L' S Around the World Cruise" no offere I as a prize Anniversary Week. Dec. u through 5, commemorates the 13 years ot iblic service to the community j Vlt Sinai Hospital. Insurance Exec Named Chairman Benjamin Gindy, brokerage man ager "i Massachusetts Indemnity and Lite Insurance Co has been ppointed chairman of a special committee of the Miami Life In %  rw l iters Assn., in charge of organizing a local m lass in the Life* I'nderwritet i r.uning Couni-il's course of Health Insurance :aining. Announcement Imade by nes I) Bailey, district manager ,.t Equitable late \--urance S 0 <\ president \--n. In preparation for his duties as eal chairman. Gindj recently atled a two-daj meeting with irmen from other cities in At la, (la. (imd> has been active m local and health insurance affairs or many years He is broket nager for Massachusetts Ini mnitj and Life Insurance Company, a specialist in non-cancell%  iili disability income protection, in! was leader in brokerage pro uction for his companj in 1961. tin Monday. Mt. Sinai's board of trustees will sponsor a luncheon and tour lor representatives of the press in honor of their continuous cooperation on Tuesday, from to a.m. to 2 tun., the hospital will hold open house tours, conducted bj Mrs. Edward Roth and memi| the Auxiliary tours comiiutt'c. for all those interested in viewing the facilities and services Ol a health center replete Wllll the litest in technological equipment and design. On Wednesday, the hospital will paj tribute to members oi the medical, dental, and house stalls. nursing supervisors and head nurses at a special brunch. On Thursday, meals will be served without charge to all hospital employees, courtesj ol the board "l trustees tio Friday, Ml Sinai's most important people, the patii nts will receive special tray greetings as part of the week long celebration Highlight ol the week, the Jubilee Ball, will be the do.se to the aaniversan event. c/Nor Rabbi Richfer to Talk "Inquistion and Expulaion" will In the topic .it Rabbi Harold Rich ter's talk on Thursday. Dec. 13, tor Dade Heights Jewish Congregation adult education groups A distinguished array of leaders of the American Jewish community and Israel is scheduled to address the three-day meeting. These include Herbert H. Lehman, honorary general chairman of the UJA's 25th anniversary year eommittes; Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel Foreign Minister; Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC chairman and honorary UJA chairman; Joseph Meyerhoff, UJA general chairman; Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency; Aryeh L. Pincus, Jewish Agency treasurer; Avraham Harman, Israel Ambassador to the U.S.; Dr. Nahum Goltmann, president of the Jewish Agency; Charles Jordan, JDC Overseas director-general, and Rabbi Her| bert A. Friedman, executive vice I chairman Delegates will also be called upon to adopt a proposal to cstabStudents Tour Art Exhibition Some ii"i students of Beth Torah Congregation religious school this week toured an exhibit of contemporary Israeli art at the Miami Beach Art Center. The tour was conducted by Miss Vurika Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center of New York City, who is currently traveling with the exhibit throughout the United States. Under the direction of Abraham j. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah. the Students viewed the paintings of such outstanding Israeli artists as Jacob Stemhardt. Ludwig Blum. Okshi, Matus, and others. Utrti "a multi-million dollar UJA special fun.I in i%:; to supplement the regular fund in view of the pressing new needs of refugees and immigrants in France and Israel. The proposal is to be made by members of the eighth UJA study mission, under the leader ship of Meyerhoff. who made a fact-finding study last month ol conditions in Europe and Israel. Top-ranking representatives of IJA's beneficiaries, the United Is rael Appeal-Jewish Agency, Hie Joint Distribution Committee and the New York As.sn. for New Americans, are expected to make lastmiinilc reports on the influx of Jews to France from North Africa ; as a result of the political situation there, and on the problems ol absorbing immigrants into the economic and social life of Israel. Another highlight of the conference will be a special Friday evening Sabbath service in honor of the UJA 25th anniversary year. PMSIDfNT TRUMAN Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, one of the original founders of the UJA, will eliver the sermon, while Bib' Irving Miller will officiate at th-: service. The noted Cantor Moshe Koussevitzky and his choir will chant the service. Nomination and election of UJA national officers for 1963 will be held at the closing session on Su • day. of the Miami — have a truly luxurious wedding fashion show erf Ih, mxciliag Seville Matchless facilities, experienced management, expert staff-all to serve you for much lest than you could imagine. Remember— a SEVILLE affair—whether for 10 or 1,000— is served with the same pacious easel KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE CAll KTflii POIAK: Jl 2-2511 OCEANFRONT. 29th TO SOt h aTREETS, MIAMI BEACH For Very Special Occasions... JbAnat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours c'hTcly for weddings, parties or special dinners! 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T cJewish Flondian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEOHY lurue 35 — Number 49 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 7, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* SeeA fleca// of Arab Leader Who Saluted Argentine Bigots UNITED NATIONS——A move for the recall of Saudi Arabia of its permanent representative In the United Nations. Ahmad Shukairy. was under way here Sunday, with Arab diplomats heading the drive, The desire for Shukairy's removal from the UN scene, long contemplated by more moderate Aii.bs here, gained heavy impetus here after the official Saudi Arabian spokesman declared openly a "salute" to the anti-Semitic Tacuara movement iii Argentina and proposed that the UN "adopt" the T.icuara movement. Shukairy's salute" to the Tacuara movement was voiced Friday before the General Assembly's Special Political Committee, whch is currently debating the Arab issue. Lucic Garcia del Solar. Argentine representative in the committee, immediately objected to the Shukairy "salute." telling the United Nations that his people and Government reject everything that Tacuara advocates. Embarrassed Arab diplomats, annoyed for many years by Shukairy's intemperate attacks agairst Israel and Jew*, let it be known that they are asking the Saudi Government to take Shukairy away from the UN. Some of the Arab diplomats apologixed personally not only to Argentinians here, but also to other Latin Americans, volubly assurir.i all that they felt Shukairy had gene much too far in his anti-Israeli drive by etv dersing an open neo-Nazi movement like Tacuara. A sharp protest against Shukairy's endorseContinued on Page 11-A Canadians lail Golda Parliament [A. A — (JTA> — Mrs. Golda Foreign Minister of Israel, tivni two enthusiastic rounds Beak-thumping applause from |beri of Parliament when she ed the House of Commons here weekend. enk-d by members of her staff [the Israel Embassy. Mrs. Meir the Speaker's Gallery durbe first part of the daily ques[period. Speaker Marcel Lamtwe'eomed her on behalf of ars of all parties At mention, of er name, members pound^eir desks and cheered. Mrs. arose and bowed. i Speaker Lambert extended fetst sincere and heartfelt good not only for herself, but er Government and the peo4 er country." Again the -s applauded, and Mrs. lir rose and bowed in acknowl%  rm—t. Later, she was tenl • luncheon by the SpeakI t e Parliament. During the he addressed senior offico the Canadian Ministry for Affairs. Itcr tea wi'-h the Governor .eral, Mrs. Meir attended a ktail party given in her honor Continued on Page 12-A '^tJ\ Rs*> ^mm ^M K. ^T~~ %  k SBlW WP 1 4^" \ %  w ^b i *^^^^MF ^oj **"*v „^3 Ikk. ^H •SBfl 1 Big Parley Urges Action Against World Prejudice C010A MIIR red carpet out JNF to Honor Rabbi Lehrman Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu El. will be the first person named honorary citizen of Me Ami. Ambassador Yaakov Tsur. world chairman of the Jewish National Fund, announced in Jerusalem this week that the honorary citizenship will be conferred on Dr. Lehrman. who is chairman of the Foundation for the JNF Council of Greater Miami, at the organization's Me Ami dedication banquet Sunday Continued en Page 9-A LONDON — (JTA) — The United Nations, all democratic governments and religious groups of all denominations were urged here, in a I resolution adopted by representatives of 15 European countries attending a special two-day conference called by the World Jewish Congress. to join "in energetic measures to halt increasing activities by Nazi1 Fascist organizations which stir up anti-Semitic and racial hatreds in order to destroy human liberty." I The resolution culminated the special conference summoned by the WJC to examine the revival of Nazi-Fascist anti-Semitism in various parts of the world. The conference also mapped an action program, including legislative! edu. cational and similar actions in coi operation with church groups and humanitarian organizations^ "to curb and eliminate Sazi-Tascist activities." Various national delegations produced evidence during the sessions showing that "close links already exist and are being developed on a global scale by groups spreading their destructive doctrines." The conference noted that resurgent Nazism and Fasc'sm "exploit anti-Semitism as a weapon, not only against the Jews but against democracy itself It is a matter of urgmain resolution statnew NaziFascist threat before it once again reaches the dimensions which brought civilization to the Continued on Pge 8-A IDCII ir %  > a 111 a i ^ er.cy," the main resol ed, "to eliminate the AP I EXECUTIVE IK MPOKT \Charge Florida Groups With \ Endorsing Anti-Semitic Testimony A Banter of Florida civic and women's elite socialite organize ons. including three here in Dade County, have gone on record as ndorsing testimony before a U.S. Senate Committee that obliquely pfers to Jews as "political Zionist planners for absolute rule via^ne Herzl Gold Medal Goes To Zionist Louis Lipsky NEW YORK — (JTA) — Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionist leaders, was presented this week with the Herzl Gold Medallion, awarded annually by the Zionist Organization of America to an individual for the most outstanding service to the Zionist cause. The medallion was presented by Dr. Emanuel Neumann. ZOA hon orary president, at the annual ZOA metropolitan dinner before 1.000 j Zionists and Jewish communal j leaders. The dinner was dedicat-j ed to Jacob Goodman, veteran Zionist and ZOA associate treasurer, who was presented with a plaque for outstanding services to Zionism and Israel for more than half a century. President Kennedy sent a message of tribute to Lipsky and Goodman "for their services to humanitarian causes." Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, told the dinner guests that the Zionist movement in this country should "try to lead in the fight for a representative central organization of American Jewry" and that Zionists should Continued on Page 10-A Hate Poster In Red Capital Attacks Jews LONDON — (JTA) — A photograph depicting graphically how Soviet officials condone anti-Semitism was featured on the front page of the Sunday Telegraph here Sunday. The photograph showed a group of Russians gathered around a poster picturing a weed being uprooted, with the face of a caricatured Jew as the weed's head. On the poster also there is a photograph of a Jew named Katz, identified as a person convicted of "illegal financial transactions." The slogan on the poster reads: "Parasites: Get Out of Moscow." The wording on the poster also attacked rabbis and synagogues. The Sunday Telegraph declar ed: 'This blatant example of antiSemitism follows reports that it has been growing in Russia in recent months." The newspaper lauded the Australian Government for recently raising the issue of officially condoned Soviet antiSemitism in the United Nations. The Soviet Academy of Sciences has published a book attacking Judaism, entitled "Criticism of the Jewish Religion," according to Evening Moscow, a newspaper published in the USSR capital, received here. The book is edited by M. S. Belensky. rorid Government." The charge was made here Sun lay by Nathan Perlmutter. execufvc director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Perlmutter named the organizations as Miami Junior Woman'* Club, South Dade Board of Realtors, Biscayne Gardens Civic Am., Duval County Democratic Executive Committee, and American Legion Post 147 of Jacksonville. He spoke at a morning session l the Florida ADL in the EverI glades Hotel, preceding a luncheon at which Miami Mayor Robert King High was presented with the League's annual Leonard L. Abess Award on Human Relations. Reporting on extreme right wing activities in Florida. Terlmutter said that the endorsing organizations underscored their sup port of testimony by an organization known as the Liberty I-obby. which was presented before the Senate Finance Committee. Perlmutter said the committee jhad been doing some spadework 'on a bill authorizing the President to raise or lower tariffs. The ADL Continued on Page t A Annual UN Refugee Debate Opens UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The annual United Nations debate on the Arab refugee question was opened here before the General Assembly's Political Committee, with the United States reported as still pondering its position on future moves to resolve that question. Opening debate erupted into a i series of procedural questions in which Israel and the Central Afri can Republican lost their bids to keep a spokesman for the "Palestine Arab delegation" from speaking immediately. Dr. John D. Davit, Commissioner General of the^ynited Nations Relief and Works Ajency for Palestine Refugees, opened the proceedings with a 15-mlnute statement in which he said education of the refugees and financing of relief work for them were the key issues. He did not mention possible work projects. The current UNRWA mandate expires next June 30 and the United States was reported to be considering a suggestion that the mandate be extended for one or two years instead of the usual three. After a haggle over whether Amile el-Ghoury should speak for the "Palestine Arab delegation," a roll call was taken which ended in approval for him. Referring to Israel only as "the Zionists," AlContinuod on Pago 2-A



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Page 8-B fjenislh fkrXJian Friday, December MM Popicks Reveal Ricki's Betrothal; Bride-Elect, Wm. Lacier Eye August Mr and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. 5150 No, Bay ltd., announce the engagement <>f their aughter, Ricki. to William J. Lader, son of Kir and Mrs Harry R. Lader, 9520 Byron Ave. The bride elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended Palm Reach Junior College, and is an alumna of Adelphi Business College Also a graduate of Miami B#acr High, the prospective bridegroon la .1 seniu al Florida stale I nl \ ersity. He is president of Millel Founda lion in Tallahassee, and is a mem her oi Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, and Tan r.p silon Phi social fraternit) An August wedding Is plannet bj the betrothed eouple WOMAN OF THE WEEK As Roz (Mrs. James) Katzman says, she was born, bre.l and buttered in Cincinnati. O. Graduating from the University of Cincinnati, she trained in group and recreation work. Then came World War II. Since Roz was from a family of all daughters, she lelt that she wanted to participate in the war effort to take the place of the non-existing male in their family. She served with the American Red Cross in Of**" ••••—i "-H i"dia. She was stationed in Angra. India, where she was in charge of opening and operating the Air Force Service Club. There, she saw the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world. It was also a seventh wonder that Roz was able to come back to the U.S.—she had been in a freak accident between a jeep and a tonga ta horse drawn cart). Returned to the States as a casualty, Roz recuperated in Miami Beach, where Jim was vacationing. After they were married, they lived in midtown Manhattan, where they participated in all the excitement of the cultural advantages that belong to New York alone. Roz was president of the American Red Cross Overseas League, active in American Assn. of University Women, and National Council of Jewish Women, among others, as well as doing motion picture previewing. Five years ago, the Katzmans moved here, RCZ feeling that So. Florida's was a more relaxed way of life. They have always felt that a poison must give, as well as take from the community, so both became involved in civic life here. These leopards couldn't change their spots, and the mad merry-goround they abandoned in New York started whirring around here—and On they hopped. In fact, it is spinning even Lister today. Roz was president oi Baj Division, National Council Jewish Women, and then on the Section board She has been most helpful in American Jewish Committee, just finishing as arrangement chairman for the organization's annual dinner, of which her husband was chairman. Presently, she is working at the University of Miami for a Master's in the field ol speech and hearing. A teacher by profession, Roz was asked to help oul in special education. She became so intrigued that • he has continued working in the public school system in speech therapy. With teaching and studying, an occasional spot job and loads of visitors, there's not much time for hobbies, except for a little needlework and a lot of reading. An infectious smile, a love of life and adventure and the desire to help her fellow man—these are Roz. WEATHER DELIGHTFUL The tent was vivid orange and green. A turkey made of fresh flowers was floating in the pool. The horn of plenty on the long buffet dinner table was filled with fruit flown in from Chili just for this special party. At their home on North Bay Rd.. the Louis R. C.rossmans were entertaining in honor or their newly-married son. Teddy, and his wife, Wynne, who were hire on a vacation from their school. Rider College in Trenton, N.J, Under the Miami moon, over 250 guests had a gay evening, which included dancing on the cock. Among guests were Jack and Gerl Cooper, Sidney and Sylvia Lefcourt, Morris and Jean Land i sdon d Florence Hecht, Isabelle llecht and her 1.ar.ee. Neal Amdur. II ward and Eileen Kane. Jack and Kiise Kratish, Leonard a: d Marjcrie Wien, Leonard and Bertha Abess, Mr. and Mrs Stanli i Carl Weinkles, the Darnel Seplers, the Jack K • : Sam Kantors, NOW A .MEMORY The wedding daj in Chicago at the Blackstone Hotel ol Linda K m i b James So M Levy has come and gone. The bride and gr %  ipp on Ihe : i la i ol their honeymoon from Jamaica at :li" M Beach I me of Linda's parents, Frank and Flo Kamen. The Kamens had just returned from Chicago. Jim's aunt. Mrs. Frances Enti i Linda".; grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Pancoe, as well as the Jack Abbots and Gail P< sner, were I ach from the wedding in Chicago to greet the hone] mooners hei • • • COCKTAILS BUT NOT FOR TWO The pool at the home of Dr. Irwin and Sally Morse is most interesting. It fines ju l iikc champagne, the bubbles l od enough to drink. Under tli colored lights, the nighl ot (he cocktail party th< Morses gave, it was most fascinating. Their home is in Hammock Oak.s Harbor, right ac oss fr >m Fairchild Gardens. No one was in the least interested in the gardens that Dight. Flowers in the autumn colors matched the decor Ol the living area, which was done in orange, beige and biown. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Dr. and Mrs. Norman Nash, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Oransky, Mr and Mrs Bernard Berkow, Mr. and Mrs Abbot Harle, Mr. and Mrs Sol Rovln, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katzen. The Henry Michaels I idn'l haw [ai to go—they live just next door. BLACK TIE AT WESTVIEW MTestview Country Club started the winter season ball rolling with a formal dinner dar.ee. Tall, blue candelabras. amid a prolusion of gold and white Qi ers, made a dignified and glamorous settm the gala evening Ferd Meyr, president of the club, stood with MrMeyer, charming in a floor-length red chiffon gown greeting gi Richard Haft, the fabuloua entertainment chairman, took a minute to greet his brother. Burt and Jackie, who was in a floor-length powder blue gown with a reversible Parisian cape in blue and green. Among guests were Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Gaines, the Larry Singers, the Jack Daners, the Sam Resnicks, the James Cohens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frohman. Mr and Mrs. Mark Mat hews. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lanfield. the Afri can "Safariers," the Al Pallots and the Jack Sandlers, and Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin Peppers Tell Betrothal of Daughter Gloria Marcia to Ivan Jay Feller Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper, 1600 SW 16th Ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Gloria Marcia. to Ivan Jay Feller, son of Mr. and Mrs John S. Feller, 1 Shore Drive East. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Miami, where she joined Alpha Epsilon Phi sorMISS HARRIET RIFAS ority. She is presently a reception ist in the offices of Cypcii and Salmon, law firm. Majoring in marketing at the University of Miami, the prospective bridegroom is a gra uate of Miami Senior High and belongs to I Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Law Student To Wed MD Mr. and Mrs David R Rifas, 4635 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables announce the engagement of their daughter. Harriet, to Dr. Leonard Rosendorf, son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel A Rosendorf. Brooklyn NY The future bride graduated from Vanderbilt University, where -in was a member of Alpha Epsiloi Phi sorority, she is presently at tending the University oi Miami School of Law Dr. Rosendorf graduated from Brooklyn College, attended ColumI niversity Graduate School. and graduate from Albert Einstein Medical School. He inow a resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A spring wedding is planned. MiSS NANCY DAVIS JWV Auxiliary Lunchcc-! Party A luncheon and card part) will be held al the Hotel New Yoi by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans of the Harry H. Cohen Surfside-Bay Harbor Post on Tuesdaj noon. I'M ceeds will go to the Coral Gables Veterans Hospital Rehabi1 tation Center. ll stess tor Ihe afternoon will be Mesdames Freda Cohen and Flora Rifkind, Miss Davis Will Wed Student Miss Nancy Tuck Davis will be the June bride of Alan Roy Dyn ner. Her Parents. Dr. and Mrs Eugene M. Davis, of Manchester, Conn., are announcing the betrothal this week. A senior at Wheelock College in Boston, the bride-elect is a graduate <>f Cushing Academ;. Ashburnham, Mass fiance graduated from Coral Ga'jli High, ind nagna Lk oi the B pie Menorah S the second in a \ ii u %  on Wedi i social ball. Rabbi Mayei ret iew "Cast by Ted Berkma served. Mrs. Kay president, aid chairman, arc r tern, On Thui terhood w ill hoi : i ram will mcrl ind pi '•/• v, | • !' %  VVoll •I 1 11 es of i ;. n i I umo I .-it SJ ua< ; I • S .lac | _. i 13 • %  I I : I ill at %  | %  • OIOI 7&Z S^ZtfE WIGS 8 Generations In The Win Making Business Pony Toil* • Bro,.!i • Wiglcti Problem Pieces • Brioche High Fashion Hair Pieces Wl KiprnlT Cleaned. Stle4. Resiled, Rejuvenated All Work Done In Our Own Workshop 7437 COLLINS AVE. Ph: UN 6-1226 Or UN 5-9157


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Page 14-B U*%i*t FlrridHiciin Friday, December 7, 1362 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl ,.,... .,. t ART ON THE MALL: Culture came to Lincoln Road Mall last weekend and provided a delightful contrast to its crass commercial aspect. It was the informal outdoor art exhibit sponsored by the Mi ami Beach Jaycees. An unusually large crowd for a Sunday afternoon came to peruse, to be amused and also to enthuse The works on display represented a good portion of South Florida's fast growing art colony. The artists themselves ranged from teen agers to septuagenarians, from novices to old and practiced hands. Kxceptionally excellent were the works of Irwin Partogyl. whose oils are distinctively different and arresting, sparse in color but brilliant in fusion of line and form. Ink, water colors and lacquers are glowingly combined, by Vonne Saltzmar. to create still life forms of exceptional symmetry, with a silken and coppery shein. Individualism and fop talent underline th touch of this young red-haired princess of the palette. Working his way through the University of Miami, where he's an ;i r t major. 25-year-old. van-dyked Mervyn I)e>k:ns leans heavily on such exhibits to lighten his financial load. Pastels, waier colors and ink are his metier, and his still iites and outdoor scenes compress fine detail, color and form. After seeing the interest of the crouds at the exhibit, there's no reason whv it shouldn't become a monthly event. NIGHT AND DAY: The long lethargy of summer and fall that blankets the after-dark scene here has rapidly dispersed the last week OT so. and things have started to hum. Best example is the pumping and j' yous sessions at the Peppermint Lounge. The addition of the revu<, 'Crazy Crazes." to the regular policy of two or more bands for dancing has proved a bonanza. Dick Cami. overseeing the Peppermint, wishes lor rubber walls most niehts ol the week to accommodate tiie bulj4.:n: cr wds on hand. Patsy Abbot's cozy quarters on 23rd St. off Park Ave.. on the Beach, are accommodating overflow throngs who lease on a uale of laughter after Patsy's sessions end. There are few comediennes, il any. who possess the trigger-quick flippancy and creative ability of .Miami Beach's queen ol COmed) Coming up on Dec. 22, at the Lucerne, is the new comedy revue, "Yow Gotta Have Maiel," a merry melange of music and merriment, introducing new headliners to the Beach. Totie Fields, the star, was the toast of the Catskills last summer. Comic Davey Karr and singerdancer Phyllis Miller are others featured in the Lucerne revelry. Tony Bennett, always well received at one cr more of our plush hotel rooms, comes back to the Beach next week, headlining at the Auditorium, with his bouncy ballads, backed by the 25-piece orchestra of Ralph Sharon. Concerts at New York's Carnegie Hall and more recent in Philadelphia have given added prestige to the personable Swingin' singer. Alan Shcrr and Production Associates are presenting the show. Sports goods tycoon Jerry Kimball just became a grandpop. Roger Warren is the baby's name, born to Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Kimball. Mazel Tov! M %  HOTEL LOBBYING: Rental autos are more in evidence, pointing to the vanguard of holiday visitors, happy omen that the winter season will be rolling in high ere long. Anticipating the end-of-December rush, the Deauville has a solid holiday week show, with the initial appearance of spirited dancer Juliet Prowse and the return of always welcome Myron Cohen. The Sunday buffet dinners at the Seville are something to talk cbout. Magnificent and sumptuous variety of choice viands are there for your palate pleasure. Jack Leonard and Dion kick off the season in the swank Cafe Cristal of the Diplomat on Dec. 18. When rotund Jack comes to town, he'll talk over the .good ol' days with local PR man Charlie Jacobson, a former schoolmate in Chicago, who once led. a jazz combo when Leonard was still a kid Charleston dancer. Even though the Doral Beach Hotel doesn't open till Jan. 20. the Doral Country Club is jumping with music and entertainment. Weekends find the localites gathered in good numbers for the festive dining and shows. "Sing-along-with-Julian Gould" is the theme of the Balmoral, where the fancy lingering of the organ is drawing harmonizing crowds nightly to join in the fun. His latest RCA long-playing album, "A Knight at the Organ," will be released Dec. 1. + FILM AND FOOTLIGHT FARE: "Cleo from 5 to 7" is the new) screen attraction at the Mayfair and Sunset, imported from France. I starring Corinne Marchana, whose fear of an early death changes her personality. "The Longest Day" at the Lincoln continues as number one cinema attraction. It's on a reserved seat policy, two shows daily, at 2:30 and 8:45. You'll never see a better and more authentic and thrilling war spectacle. Studio M performers are projecting their talents near and far. Ragan Powell, Doreen and Darla Bernahardt, Jackie Scalaza, Pearl Krohn, Beryl Taylor, Eric Dwnlop, Frances Krohn and Renee Sweeney are appearing in the movie, "Speak to Me Child," in New York. Pearl Krohn. Julian Voloshin and Ralph Miller will have speaking roles in "Joan of Arc at the Stake" with U of M Symphony Sunday and Monday. "Taste of Honev" continues its run at Studio M Plavhouse. ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Food director Arthur Teichner. of the Golden Key, al Westbrooka Cbantry Club on the Trail, speaks eifcht languages. He's quits a chef, '<>. getting his experience in rack gourmet center* abroad as Vienna, Prague. Brussells, and pre-war Pi Trombonisl Herb Win field, a regular with John Barney's band appearing at the Villas' ai %  '>. is almoal amuch at h me behind an airline ticket counter as he is on the bandstand Win.a "I was ;i No -nt. arid at one tune, a membl i I the Jimm) and Tomi bands. The newly married Heri Maddens (she's the former M: Aj tern have discovered the Middle East Restaurant ihish" Ifert, head ol Madden and Smith Airci exclusive p tor Aero Commander in the loutheasl and Caribbean i Mme. Montealegre In Oratorio Here The Honegger-Claudel dramatic oralofro. "Joan of Arc at the Stake." will be presented for the first time in Florida by the I'm versity of Miami Symphony Or chestra on Sunday and Monda) evenings at Miami Beach and Dadt County Auditoriums. Fabien Sevitzky. conductor of the Symphony Orchestra, will di rcct more than 200 performers foi this presentation. Joining the 90 member symphony orchestra an two choral groups, the 110-membe Criversity of Miami Choral l.'nion Glenn Draper, director, and the 20memher North Miami Junior High School Boys Choir. Mrs Juanita Wilson, director. In addition to the two choruses, five vocalists and six actors will also participate in the production. Heading llv's group is the well-known actress, Felic'/ Montealegre (Mrs. Leonard BernAbe Chiel (right), president of Congregation Beth El, will welcome back to the pulpit Rabbi Solomon Schiff ilelt). who nas just returned from a two-week tour ol South America, w he gave a series of lectures on education in Venezuela. Colombia, Port oi Spain, and Curacao. The tour was sponsored by the Hebrew Academy and Mesivtah oi Create ami in cooperation with Beth El, which consented to Rabbi Schiff's temporary leave. Student Will Be Featured i it .•Ai' More than 600 persons are expected to attend a dramatic per fc.rmancc by Miami Beach Senior High Sehool student Trudy Gertler a; the 15th annual Hebrew Academy scholarship dinner on Sunday, Dec. 16. at the Deauville Hotel. The annual banquet ill honor Leonard Rosen, chairman of the board of directors the A Miss Gertler radt i :he Academy, ithe clan.' i)l Judge and lira irles i • tier. 159*1 Bay Dr Shi hawon > forensic competitions, melt statewide champku chip ai end place in natioi [orei tests. ftllUA MOHltAlHiHt stein in private life), who will narrate the title role of "Joan." Co-starring with Mme Montealegre is the noted Broadway actor, Michael Wager, who will perform the role of Brother Dominic. Other singing roles mi hide tenor Jean Deis and bass-baritone Donald Gramm, two widely-known artists, who have appeared with major SJ mphony orchestras across the country. In supporting vocal roles are Miamians Joyce McGrew. soprano, Salwa Merrige. mezzo-soprano, and Natasha Martin, mezzo-soprano, who will sing the roles of the Virgin, Margaret and Catherine, respectively. Dr. Sevitzky selected the three young vocalists from a group of 30 who completed in auditions last Spring. %  \i Munc lAiioiet ana rrancoise Prevost in a scene from "The Girl With the Golden Eyes," which opens Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Wometco's Maylair and Sunset Art Theatres. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 8-4994 J i t WELCOME WAGON



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Friday. December 7, 1962 *Jenin. organization ii man of the Jeuish National •(i Council, and a member of the .rd of governors >f tin Greater • i Jewish Federation. Leon J EH, piesidcnf of the JNF Counc.l here, said Wednesday that Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev, chief of the Armored Fortes of the Stafe cf Israel, will arrive in Miami to make the f-rst presentation of a Scroll of Honorary Citizenship to Dr. Lehrman at the banquet. •it is gratifying," Ell noted, "that the people ol Israel, through the Jewish National Fund, have recognized this outstanding person ality. the signal honor being accorded Dr. Lehrman is. ot course, ; citation in behalf of his contribution to Jc\\;-h National Fund aliairs. "But it is also a recognition of the Greater Miami Jewish community which, through Me Ami. is showing it> Intense interest in the upbuilding of the State ot Israel." The banquet will honor all JNF workers in behalf of this latest project recently launched by Dr. Zev Kogan. a leading .INF participant here. Particularly, it will take note of those who recently returned from the JNF caravan to Israel to witness the dedication ceremony ol Me Ami. Also announced here by Ell was the arrival of Cantor Sholom Kati, of Washington, DC, who will present a program of liturgiYouth Service At Emanu-E! First youth service and breakfast <>l the new -eason will be held at Temple Kmaiui-F.1 on Sunday morning. The service at 10 a m in Friedland Chapel, will be followed by breakfast in Sirkin Hall, with Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader ol Temple Enianu-El. welcoming the teen age group. Guest speaker will be Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypcn. Youth co-chairmen for the initial event are Marcia Cohen and Mike Tel son. Sponsors of the youth breakfast are Mr. and Mrs Elias Halpern. members of the congregation, in hi nor Of 'heir 50th wedding ;i:iniversan. cal music. Th : s will be Cantor Kati' second appearance here in behaif of Jewish National Fund. Cantor K.<;.was acclaimed a •hild prodigy at • of j. His dent was recogized in his early ears, and upon unplction of his tudics in Viena, he became hici cantor of iishineff, Bessirabia, one ol the largest Jew i s h communities i n his musically creative gifts were fully utilized until Rumania was overrun by the Nazis. After four years in a concentration camp, it was his golden voice that finally saved Cantor Katz. When, along with the others, he was given a shovel and pick-axe and told to dig his grave, he made a plea that he be allowed to sing, and raised his voice in the Hebrew prayer for the dead, the "El Molei uR. LtHRMAN Europe, Here. AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM LINES GEORGE KR0NENG01D TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH •!i<: i-o i.v; 'eerily wM cruises ABOARD THE LARGEST, FASTFST. NEWEST & MOST LUXURIOUS TRANS-ATLAHTIC CRUISE SHIP SAILING FROM MUM ff INN FfttfM Itftt |*N. 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Friday, December 7. 1962 rJewistiflcricffoin Page 13-B The Courier hf ^f c !" lci "Schwartz ^Ljnr f Stanley C. Myers. Joseph Weintraub also has i substantial contribution of stamps io the University of Miami's rather considerable collection. Israeli exhibit continues through the Washington Federal chairman Arthur H. Courshon attended a g of the National League of Insured Savings Assns. in San FranCisco, then went to Santa Barbara for the regular monthly meeting of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board Ta.-k Force New president 01 the Beach Kiwanis Club is active Key Club worker Ben Rosenthal 8. at the Israelite Center will inDovid IVrinsfock Harvey Rosenfeld Michael Gorsetman Saturday morning services. Dec. honor roll in mathematics de Leon Junior High, Mark has won ribbons and trophies for track and physical fitness. He will continue with his religious studies. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gross, 3675 Riviera Ct.. Coral Gables, will host the Kiddush in their son's honor following the geremony. • Michael Goldfarb Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and .Mrs Jai k Goldfarb, 1836 s.u 9th St., will be observed during sen lucted by Rabbi Solo%  chiff at Congregation Beth 1 on Saturday morning, Dec. 8. Michael is a ninth grade student al Shenandoah Junior High and attends Beth El religious s( hool. Harvey Rosenfeld Harvey Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Rosenfeld, will observe his Bar Mitzvah at services Mark fiunim conducted by Dr. Joseph R. Narot on Saturday morning, Dec. 8, at Junior High, where he is on the 'Temple Israel. and An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the celebrant is i IK A* I" Y V 1Ktr Ben Kost nl al • at Inc "rae" 1 denier "ill mscie nce. the celebrant's outside inhe Grandson of Mrs Eva Roscn[sraeU-born Ray Ad.el s promotion oi the Empress of Bahamas is dude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael ,„ ,...„,„„ „„ ._., the j,idndson of Mrs. Eva Koscn attracting national attention. He's a graduate of Columbia UniverGorsetman, with Rabbi Morton and reports business on the Miami Nassau vessel steadily inMalavsky officiating, creasing Waldman's Hotel has set aside a public room for permMichael is a graduate of the CenP lans use as an art gallery. Sam Waldman reports. American and ter's religious school and is a memBeth Torah's Hebrew school. ber of the Youth Group there. He I terests center on boating, navigafold and Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Spcction and construction design. He ter. to continue his studies at n artists will be invited to exhibit their works without charge George Newhart has been named area representative in Atlanta hami based fabrics firm of David and Dash. Speakers at Wednesday's Operation Fix-Up forum at Bayfront Park Auditorium included Arthur M. Shandlolf, energetic chairman of the Home Improvement Committee of the Home Builders Assn. of South Florida of Realtors, and cha attends Shenandoah Junior High, where he belongs to the choral group and the bowling league. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ilyman Gorsetman, 3505 SW Bryan Alterman Beth David will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Bryan, son of Mr. Sidney Alterman and Mrs. Kiddush will follow the ceremony with a reception and dinner at the Seville Hotel in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Mark Jeffrey Bunim Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Rose Alterman on Saturday mornJe£frey son of Dr and M „ Louis Herbert Lee Simon, president of the Miami Board 28th St, and the grandson of Mrs. ^,'pirV^wi 11 officTato A Bunim during WrV,Ce8 Satur .airman of the F.x-Lp push, was master of cereRos f Gorsetman. He will be honSha P |ro *'" f !" t .,< im-i .->. uim viiginiioil Wl tlif IIA'LU I'UMI. WdS !M.1M('( ui celt. ... ., /"\— „„ el. i 1 nn %  n.es Edward Stein, of the San Francisco Seminary, addressed **! 0ne Snabbat and at *" J ??*. JESfiLl 1 the Psychology Colloqium of the University of Miami on Tuesday on The Psychology of Guilt'' Harold Dunsky, Cedars of Lebanon community relations chief, says he feels comfortable among the 265 M.D.'s on staff. Quips he recently received his own M.D. degree day morning, Dec. 8, at Temple Friday Emanu-El. the Kiddush following services. evening and the Kiddush following Mar k j s an eighth grade student the ceremony on Saturday will be al t h e Hebrew Academy and David Wtinstock David Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. • Doctor of Money) Robert G. Kramer, president of Airtronics In] Benjamin H. Weinstock, will be rnational Corp., of Ft. Lauderdale, reports a 432 percent hike in net income for fiscal 1962. Bob Merritt's building firm received the contract to build the .North Miami Nursing and Convalescent Home Carl Erbe is doing the national public relations for the abuilding Doral Beach Hotel Prediction that Claude Pepper will play a major role in Medicare passage by upcoming session of Congress was made by Mike Sossin on Monday night at meeting of American Federation of Senior Citizens. Sossin's still shuttling back and forth between his Coronet and Blackstone retirement hotels .It's just about 10 years since Sam and |Dave Rosner opened the Sterling Hotel and proved kosher hostelries could be operated on a luxury basis. • • • Among those whose United Fund divisions went well over the 140 pi rcent mark at Tuesday's report luncheon were State Attorney Richtrd Gerstein and laundry executive B. B. Goldstein. Chairman Jay I. I K.slak announced reaching of the 83 percent mark with eight days of campaigning remaining Dr. Arthur Shapiro is making headway I with his efforts to increase support locally of the President's Council at Physical Fitness Simon Rubin, watchdog of Beach council icetings, leading a fight against increasing the city's publicity millage Bob Glasser. once kingpin of local Jaycees, in Tallahassee full e working with Tom Adams on plans for new state capitol buildings. Ed Sullivan Show to play here Jan. 13 may stop the post-Orange It. I lull in the season, according to Shclborne Hotel director Charles |Yi > rs Louis Shafkin. former head of the Beach planning board, %  notes that his group first originated plans for a Mid-Bay Causeway, r h now finds considerable opposition on the East side of Biscayne h'.iy Surfside Mayor Sidney King and Vice Mayor Louis Hoberman | • '. plans for a Surfside Jamboree on Dec. 22 and 23 Lee (I. Surfside councilman, and veep of the new County National I oi North Miami Beach, back from a brief trip to England IL I seiistein tells us that real estate activity is about to take a rp jump in this area, and Ben Zion Ginsburg opined the same .a a Presidents Council luncheon Monday afternoon. • • • Sid Roth, secretary of Miami Beach Moose Lodge 1651, was honal the Bel Aire Hotel at a recent initiation oi the fraternal organNew officers of Greater Miami Alumni oi Alpha Epeilon Pi I lernity include Stanley Richardson, Stank?) Bulbin, Harry A. Levy. M;I.IV and Richard Eisenman New York Sen. Jack Javits, is heading up a simultaneous campaign to push Rockefeller and • Goldwater, will go to Jerusalem later this month with his famil) \l Zablo, new president of the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami [1 V lined up Irving Berlin, Al Ladina, day Kaiser and David Zim: man as co-officci ... The Beach political pot is really boiling with news that Wolfie I en and Hal Ilert/ may have their third Straight duel in .limes I nciUnanic sweepstakes Incumbents D. Lee Powell. Mel RichDd M.ircie Liberman still rated the favorites, but former Mayor I Shapiro, Dr. Leo Grossman, Paul Grand, Ted Cohen and Al herman each are receiving powerful support Mai Knglandcrs wife. Sophia, s.ys she'll settle for five daughters. Hying the record of Ida and Eddie Cantor James Albert heading 1 a big business deal in Chicago after his election next week as |chief of the Pap Cancer Institute And .lack S. Popick is readying announcement of another aquisition by his growing Mechanics Uniform Service. Mark Gross On Saturday morning, Dec. 8, Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate Dec! 8, with Rabbi Max A. Lip: al ne Bar Mitzvah of Mark Gross I ^g tne ceremony, and at a reschitz officiating. j during services at Temple Judea. j cep tion that same evening in the A student at North Miami Beach An eighth grade student at Ponee Fontainebleau Hotel. Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday morning, member of the school choir. He is interested in medical science and sports. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall followPut him in the driver's seat! Beth Am Plans For Dedication On Friday evening, Dec. 21, the chairman of the capital funds com1 Chanuka. Temple Beth Am nnttce. reports that over 100 lamihwll dedicate its BCCOnd wing of lies who have pledged to the new Mark A. Light school building building will be hosts' on the he additional school wing is the evening of the dedication. of three buildings in the proThe dedication service will also i plan which will Include a sel the stage for the annual tuaI e Youth Lounge and a permanuka candlighl service, and the i sanctuary. Herman Kellman, Templi choir will assist. He has control over his own future if you give him the new kind of insurance from Equitable-now/ It gives him the right to obtain additional protection-every three years from 25 to 40-regardless of his? health at that time. Without taking an additional medical examination! Without filling out a questionnaire! And at standard rates! For details on this remarkable new development in Living Insurance, call The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. A sk for: Bus. Dial FR 1-5691 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER RES. Dial UN 61875 SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE associated with W. L. PEARSON AGENCY 245 S.E. 1st STREET-SUITE 220-MIAMI 32, FLORIDA



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Page 14-A #rw icfi flrrtrfi^/r Friday, December 7 1362 MB MAX LERNER avoids wishful nets Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Best Possible World for All THE AGE OF OVERKILL. A Preface to World Politics. By Max Lerner. 329 pp. New York: Simon and Schuster. $5.95. A UTHOR, TEACHER (professor of American Civilization. Brandeis University), and New York Post syndicated columnist (The Jewish Ftoridian and otherMi x Lerner has long been one of the most judicious exponents of intellectual liberalism. Thi' judgments expressed in 1957 in his now classic work, "Amerii ..a i ivilization" stood as touchstones for liberal thinking for many years. It is %  i hope that the thoughts in this first fullscale book since then will be able to stand for some ten or Bfteen years that the terms are basic enough and the mold flexible enough to contain the changing winds "i doctrine and serve as an organization tor e "i their time" for some of this tenuous i What counts, then, are not the answer?, which are not answers, so much as possibilities, but the way the questions are framed. Lerner is a master trainer From the beginning of bis analysis of the "overkill factor," the surplus killing power which carries within it the balance of terror and thus perhaps the seeds of stalemate ("out of this nettle, deterrence, we presumably pluck this flower, safety"!, and the changes this has wrought in the classical power politics of the world, Lerner goes on with rather stunning clarity to examine the rules. players and positions of the new game It is no longer a question <>f the best of all possible worlds, but of the world best possible for all. To this end. he looks first at today's power centers and power clusters, and then scarchingly at the "grand design" of Communism, and then, profoundly and fascinatingly, at the undeveloped world and its relationship to its future. A chapter on the self determination of Wilson versus Lenin is brilliantly conceived. For the author Hies by the wishful nets that gather Communi-m and democracy in ever-narrowing circles until they swim together in the capitalistwelfare pool. Rather, having looked at the leaders and their societies, at their identities and mystiques, and having noted the death-knell of the old power principle, Lerner listens ahead for the ring of the new. "It is not the nation-state but the relation between nation-states that is dying. Nor can power or morality or national interest be dispensed with. The world must move beyond the nation-state power principle to a collective-security power principle. Since the classical system of nation-states no longer can serve as a principle of world order, another principle must be found — the power of a world force backed by a collective world will. Within this frame of world order the nation-state can flower as never before, because all the conditions of its flowering are now abundantly available. "This, then, will be man's most perilous assignment: to prevent undreamt destruction in wars starting in unpredictable ways with unpredictable weapons, and to do it by releasing unknown springs of consent, so that in time an unparalleled organization of world will can come into being." The kind of collective policing agency yet to be created, by the kind of transnational men just beginning to l)ihorn, may perhaps secure the overall in thi age ..i overkill. If they do. Max Lerner'a Courageous book will stand as one of the first primtta for prophet If they don't, nothing will stand. and neither tinhook which matters so much, nor any other, w ill u j more. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN 0 Religious Considerations in Political Life Washington] T O THE HORROR of some Jew ish organizations, the existence of a "Jewish vote" in the United States was suggested by a num ber of speakers at a recent insti tute conducted here by the Natior al Conference of Christians an. Jews Indeed, one political poll ex pert. Oliver A. Quayle, actually maintained that the Jewish vote provided the narrow margin for President Kennedy's 1960 election victory. Quayk who polled opinion fluctuations for the Kennedy campaign, concluded that "a voter who is a Jew or a Catholic is likely to expre.-s feelings as a Jew or a Catholic in an election, even as do women, men. members of labor unions, farmers, and businessmen." %  'Of what value is religion when it is not translated and applied to the issues of the day?" asked Quayle. He maintained that -religion must play a major role in peoples' decisions on political issues." Quayle reported: "The best recent example ot religion influencing people came in the election of I960 In the beginning, Jewish voters were suspect ,,; Kenned) large!) because they doubted the lib eralit) oi his position on numerous issues By the time November rolled around. Jewish voters were solidly in Kennedy's camp because he was a catholic and deserved support ai a member "t a minority group, even though another minority group Jewish vuti r> ma) have accounted for Kennedy's narrow margin of victory two years ago." Discussing the response ol candi ates to relig oua bloc.-. Quayle said: "If Nixon is weak among Jew ish voters, we do not mean that lie dons a skull rap and goes from temple to temple shaking hands. li Kennedy's religion ihurting him. it doenot mean that lie gives up church attendance during a campaign In Nixoncase it might mean that he would accept more invitations from B'nai B'rith Between You and Me: and other such organizations" In the view of* Quayle. "religious groups do vote with rigid conformity or under thi direct of their leadership" but "their vote dusters blocs." Chairman Stanley H. Lowell, of the New York City Commission on Human Rights, deplored i growing pressures in political area.b) religious and racial groups. Lowell said such a pressure system "emphas differences which should IM' relegated :< %  the p.,. he -tressed that appointments and promotions should be based on merit and political go' eromen philosophy, not upon the religion or the raci potential appointee He -aid the point had come when otu was "this la Negro job a Catholic position Jewish spot." Lowell held that the use of religion-, racial national origin groups as a basis for political po is becoming more widespread He said "it is based Upon the unfortunate view urged by romi pollsters, so prominent in our political :< who -tie-the laet that votes and points of vu are based upon religious and racial gripu "If the public office holder accepts this premis said Lowell, "he is under great pressure to candidates lor public office in this nan i :. I' tinapproach is carried to its logical mclu we need not have candidates for offic< elected i appointed on the basis ot individual merit, hut should permit the various croup*—i a,. and nationality— to select them from AlthUl selves their respective representatives and i -iich representative should then he M -nt (he 1' lative chamber where each would speak and aci tin n presenlative of his respective gro ; Lowiil insisted "thii> the very negati >n ol i American democratic ideal The contribui American society to the political history • %  the w has been the value of the individual, the men' the individual and the freedom of tin individua chi o-t ,ind decide By BORIS SMOLAR What Keeps Poland's 30,000 Jews There? i S INCE THE END of World War II more than 350.000 Jewemigrate from Poland—most of them to Israel— and only about 3u.(KMl remained. What keeps these 30,000 Jews in Poland at aj lime when the government permitan) Jew to leave the country with all hill possessions'' Thiwas one of the man questions that interested me during my vi-11 to Warsaw and Krakow. Answers from many sides indicated that various factors commune to the fact that Jewish communities still exist in more than 20 cities through which the 30.000 Polish Jews are scattered. The major factor is the pension system in Poland under which aged Jews are receiving government aid as equal citizens The majority of the Jews in Poland today are over 60 years of age; they are too old and too weak to start life anew in a new country With pension Irom the government and aid from Joint Distribution Committee through the local Jewish Belief Committee. they feel it is best for them to live the rest of their yean in their native country A second major factor is inter marriage; many ol the Jews in Poland today have survived because they fled to Russia when the Nazis occupied Poland. There they married non-Jewish women with whom they came out later to Poland as repatriateThey do not feel like leaving their non-Jewish wives who prefer to remain in Poland rather than to emigraM l< an) where the) may be considered compleu strangei ) send their children to the Jewish schools in Poland try to adjust themselves to permanent Jewish In by participating 111 Jewish cultural activities. factor is the hope that many Jews maintain thai son daj their close relatives in Soviet Russia may be as athey were and may reach Poland There is quite a number of Jews in Poland livii this hope and waiting for their relatives to joil They are in correspondence with their relatives and even get Soviet visato visit them There are al-• Jews who were saved by Polish families during the N ctipation and have attached themselves to these fan •• Then there are the Jewish Communists who believe in the present regime in Poland, which is ing financially and otherwise all the Jewish cultura icl vities in the country. There are also Jewish who. after returning from the war years in Soviet have economically adjusted themselves well to [C in Poland, and have no inclination to break up then pi existence by emigration. All these factors, lake gethcr. account for the fact that the majority ot those 30.000 Jews who are today in Poland will reman land. Not to count an estimated number of aboui 15.00 Jews who are called "marranos" becauMthey do not want to admit that they are Jews and prefer to bl as Poles. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Gurion's Telegram: Tel Aviv and BEN-GURIOM sent a telegram t' m*-"jjM %  (astro telling him that, if h £> attacked Miami, Israel would re gard it as an attack on Tel Aviv j So ran the comedians' quips di. ing the recent Cuban crisis. The joke suggests certain para lels. Tel Aviv and Miami ha much in common There are gre; differences too. of course Florii. could not claim the holiness that To be sure, it has Si Petersburg and St. Augustine but Israel's chief crops in olden daywas saints. We tend to look on the Florida city, by reason ol its economic solidity, as much older than Tel Aviv. But really the difference in age Is not 1 : real as OIM might suppose 11 you want a moving story, read Harry Simonboff's "Under Strange Skies, a mine ol information about Jews in all parts of the world but •specially good lor its account of the rise of Miami Jewry, the author being a resident of the Florida city himself. Mr. Simonhoff recalls how the first Jew. the late Isidor Cohen, came to Miami in a boat with a car ton of merchandise. There was no railroad then going to the city Isidor Cohen had difficulty in getting dockage for his boat. The town of Miami was then, in fact, not even Miami, for it had no name yet. Some people were urging that it be call ed Flagler. after the financier who. it was rumored then, planned to connect it with a railroad TV settlement al the time numbbered only 100 people. AH ot this was as late ai 1893. Isidor Cohen was the type of man whom a cst) like Tel Aviv would he glad to count as one ol own pioneers. He bad a distinct flair for wrlUi says Mi Simonhoff,



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Page 10-A +Jewisl> fkrkBar Friday, Decerr.£* : 7 •362 FEATURES ROCKWELL MATERIAL Vicious Hate Mailing Noted Here A Coral Cables businessman Tuesday reported the receipt <>i some of the most vicious hate literature ever reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and postal authorities here Samuel Blair. of 524 Valencia. Coral Gables, told The Jewish Moridian that he received a mailtag Mondav with a .Miami postof a certificate of 'Fabulous Benemark, and embellished by the kind fits" called the Jew Communist oi •decoration" he felt should Traitor's Surrender l'a^ have caught some official's eye beThe "pass" entitles the owner Tht envelope is addressed to Jam Blair," with the dollar sign substituting for a capital "S." To the right of Blair are a hammer and sickle, symbol of international Communism, and a Star of Davit;. The mailing contains two pieces >l -literature." One is in the form fore it got to me." "to be gassed toward the very JtUtfttl ANcj DVOKUO V THEU.S A: I i,&/•**; £ JT%4 I•o^. SOME ENVELOPE EMBELLISHMENTS Kerzl Gold Medal Goes To Zionist Louis Lipsky Continued from Page 1-A fight for a charge of priorities in Amercan Jewish life" to give the top priority to education and cultural activities." Dr. Neumann warned of the ubilit) "i a renewal oi dangi r political and diplomatic pressure against Israel in the presi nl sessions of the United Nations Irom avowed enemies and possibly even from well-intentioned friends." Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA president, said that it a> "incomprehensible" that for more than a decade the United StateDepartment ot State had "procrastinated" in taking action toward United States affiliation to the United Nations genocide convention. In response to the tributes and the award. Lipsky, who observed his 86th birthdaj this week stress ed that American Zionism "fulfilled nfirst mission brilliantly when the State of Israel was !>"rn He i xpressed the hope that "the friendship and -uppnrt.th.it Israel now needshould be given by %  • acrican Zionists as an expression in their kinship with the. wi ole Of Israel." 'It is indeed an honor to 11 the medal bearing the name of Theodor Herzl, the foun er i>t modern Zionism, who indelibly im i d himself on the succeeding generations and whose luminous personality will forever their inspiration," Mr. stated remain Lipsky "And I accept it with deep emotion, as the gracious token it is intended to be, for my part in bidding the movement that challenged history and brought Herzl's dream of a Jewish State to life. I am grateful that I have lived to see that dream realized." last." Other "privileges" include the following "Official Miami Beach, remlorce,I Kosher beach chairto sit in while being gassed. "Autographed copy of -What a Shock.' by Julius and Ethel Rosen berg, to read in gas chamber waiting room. "Extra, large sice, giant. Kosher nose-plugs, to avoid 'that gassy odor' until the end. "Instant MOHEL service. (Painless, we use ga*l) Our Mohtl saves the cutting and throw* away the Jew. "Master Hollywood picture of piles of 'dead Jews' to look at in fc as chamber for that 'togetherness' feeling as you go. "Your CHOICE of Musack pograms' of chamber music, (gas chamber, that is) while you are drifting off to Happy Hunting Grounds." Announces the card: "All Jew traitors taking advantage of the Surrender Pass will be lodged. prior to gassing, at the fabulous new Miami Beach hotels. The Auschwitz Arms, or The ChamberAnd while at these pure Kosher heavens, be sure t<> visit the beautiful Buchenwald Bar Ask old 'Kapo,' the friendly bar tender, for the famous Zyklon-B 'gas tail' The reverse side of the card features .< certificate of "Full Confession," with these instruction-: • Jew traitor signon this line." Immediately above, it declares "1 understand that I deserve to bi -rd. according to the United States Constitution, along with the resl of the .u-w traitorto America Other paragraphs say: "I have been working with most of the other Jews to destroy this great American Republic an<: the White Race which built it, and to set up a Communist Jew dictatorship behind a Gentile front like we have in Russia ... Or I have been loyal to Israel instead of America ." V .#&&&&€ Sfi.'<'J)G&* 3ftr x ) of (he \ i 4, bin tares-size, giant, Kosher nose-plugs, to avoid "Hut until the end. Thii PASS entitles the Jew traitor to the lolkowiaa b*r.e will be helpless to defend (hemselves irom this filthy plague! It has nothing at all t" do with RE L1GION, We are \u'l against honpsl Jev or 'he Ji wish 1 only againsl TRAITORS 111 1 rtunatel} a P ^C"l '< ct thi %  ( %  11 traitoi II W E IAL Jews ." The pamphlet, quot The Jewish l'r< %t a Ni English langua; lewis* .nilI • • :it thai "Jev havi %  usir v 1. lence. and rii ke< In m hearing a h • ai l.v preaching." Goodmann received the achievements and goals ot the Zionist movement. He pointed out that "since the establishment of the Slate of Israel. Zionism, and its major instrumentality—the Zionist Organization of America—has been the target of downgrading on the part of certain misguided great i>i rsonalities in Israel He termed this attitude a.the height ot ingratitude" emphasizing that "the record of the Zionist Oranization of America -peaks for itself. Even major achievement in Israel, although it may not ear ry a ZOA label. 1the out grow ill nl the blood, sweat and tears of the true Zionists." Mr Goodmann, 1 ho occupies high positions in varH ueducational and communal or/.itinns, further asserted that "The State of Israel never had. and never can have more dependable friends than tried and true Zionists wherever they are." f %  ifanifnftfr 11 aapart at no osfdVl BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS lll-YOI/r IIATTstaltY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9 3451 8345 S. 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n j by ISABEL GROVE ,UB questrienncs who eral blue ribbons at the ial h< i >• show of ihe .inn Riling Club over nksgiving weekend are He >nd Jeanne v ... Teen-ager Barbara, (.1 Mr and Mrs. fsadore ntered the events on her Diana Rose" Sub-deb, laughter of Mr. and Mra ink! \\n a trophy in c division mounted on I aptain." who has been years. ji .i... the Pink ard white decor for .,1 luncheon given last ;it the Algiers hotel for n lotto Yanowitz high O:I the hip-length : her two piece brocade was the eorsage of hite rows sent all the rom California by her fiRoberl Rechter CoB the festivities were Belle Nat) Wal'man in a beige •d lacy knit, and Miriam Ralph) Cobb, who cho-e a blue silk knitted tuopiecer • % %  % % %  i h • Ml Vli Many of the guests will be part of the wedding party which has been moved up from Feb ruary to Dec, ::'i at the Eden Roc Among them, the bride's moth T, Mrs, William Yanowitz. and Mi %  mother ol the bri le groom to-be, .Mrs Abe Lehrman Also several visitors from Nassau where the future bride's parents lived for many years, Mrs. Rubin Bott and Mrs. Jack Bull Following the nuptials. the young couple will make th^ir home in Los Angeles where Robert, now completing requirements for his MA degree in electrical engineering at the U of New Mexico, will be associated with the 1 inward Hughes Enterprises, tf llappv, although too brief, was the Thanksgiving holiday just past Mr. and Mr?. Leonard Fmkenberg entertained their only grandchildren, Debra 9, and Naomi 6. who flew down from New York with their mother. Ann Continued on Page 6-B Leaders of the Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Kcme for the Aged who have pledged a total of S200.001 toward the million dollar Ab'in Memorial expansion program are from ('"ft to riaht) Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Jack Morgenstern. Mrs. Barthhold Strauss, Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Lawrence Silverman and Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, seen "digging in" at Sunday's groundbreaking ceremonies for the near-million dollar expansion program now being undeitaken at Douglas Gardens. (For story, see Sec. A.) s the m ?m4 i UU. omew 5 lAlorU "dfe wish IFlor idiami %  I da, Friday, Decen r 7. 1SG2 Section B mittee members from Coral Way Jewish Center look over i oi the items which will be auctioned off at the auctionthis weekend to raise funds to enlarge the Center's :;icilities. The auction will open Saturday, 8:30 p.m., •, outdoor bazaar will be held starting at 9 a.m., SunShown are Mrs. Wallace Lazarus, chairmen, Mrs. Aronson. Mrs. Sidney Hollander, and Mrs. William Fia. Mizrachi Opens Conference Monday I.I til e *..—. t organization of the Mix..( %  II o! America will hold i ual conference beginning 8 p.L... at the Fontaine rtel. .ferer.ee committee, con the presidentand rep MC of Mizrachi chapters County, have planned the program, which will feature the organization's national vice president, Mrs. Louis Wald. Mrs Wald will report on the world conference in Jerusalem from which she has just returned. Also on the program are Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader ol remple Emanu-El, who has also just returned from 8 trip to Is real' and Abraham Grunhut, oi the executive staff of Washington l-r eral Savings and Loan Assn B former member of Israeli Intelligence Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, and Rabbi Morion Malavsky, ol the Israelite Cent will present the benediction. Program of Israeli and Jewish -ones will be offered by Dr. Morris Narushiosky, accompanied bj Mrs Ben Ball. Mrs. Allied Stone. coordinator for Florida Mizrachi, ,.. ,hairman of the function. One of the years outstanding Pioneer Unit To Meet Here Pioneer Women, Golda Meir Club, will base its next t lar I meeting on Tuesda> evening at Beth El. will be film strip.on well-known Cultural portion ol the program Jewish personalities with narration by Mrs. Milton Green, president, (ueater Miami Council, Pioneer \\ omen. (in Sunday, Bee. 16. the club will hold its annual pre-Chanuka Child Rescue Fund linner at the Dupont ; Plaza Hotel at 6 p.m. President of the group. Mrs. i Isaac Pushkin, will greet the au: dience in the name of the club, and Rabbi Morion Malavsky will be guest speaker. Invocation will be offered by Miss Marion Meyer, and a musical program will be presented by Miss Rose Byrum. accompanied by Miss Kay Sestok. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Abraham Seltzer. New Members Honored Here MUS. LOUIS WAID New members of Lorber I ter Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, sraelite Center, were honored recently at the home Ski and of us president^ Mr. Marvin cuberman, 8230 S\\ 42nd St. Lorber Chapter is composed 01 women who help raise Binds for the maintenance of children at the, Home. The following are new members of Lorber Chapter: Mesdames AIOne of the years outstar ig 1^*^ !" ^rdo^, social events will be the annual thayk n. ^"lass. Alan Her.,, luncheon ot the reg on on Tuesday gJJJ-JJJ Henry Ll vy Adolf noon at the Fontameh cau. The Stanley U u &oXomon ^ lunch eo n will cuntx the two^ay Seckbach Eugw ^^ Ronald Florid, conference Honor* 1 wU Stemtx, ^ G| S c r.p P tertnr\ 0, WuS SL. %  ** M and .{ the presentation ol awards. Heller. Mono and Sonya Glasser, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser, of Miami Eeach, will represent Fhi Sigma Sigma Sorority at its dessert fashion show this weekend at the Fontcinebleau Hotel. Each of the 13 sororities on the University of Miami campus will send a model to participate in the function. Proceeds are for the Young Scientist's Scholarship sponsored by the Alumnae Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma. ORT to Sponsor Premiere Of Exciting 'Mutiny' Film Southeastern Florida region of, Women's American ORT. compris-1 ed of 12 chapters in Dade and j Brow ard counties, will sponsor, Ihe Soul hern premiere showing of j •Mutiny on the Bounty" at the Sheridan Theatre on Thursday, Dec. 20. The benefit performance will help support ORT's guardianship project, which feeds, clothes and houses ORT students throughout the world. Local committee chairman is Mrs. George Linden. Ticket chairmen include Mrs. Richard Shenkman and Mrs. lrwin Godin.



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Ida Dec.?--r.bm7, 1982 Jew. "i ;r •• re( IIU) of \ ..li AnI i III. I'.III %  • II • llllft .;!!•• • I | li I RDIE. I"-.i. !>•. \; r • li.ll Vn-u. In ul lh* I'II .n nr '.. %  |i IH82 II %  Iginenl l> .1. faull | • .11 •.. i I • reI •. %  Bill of Comt.ln in i puhliah. .1 oni • %  ., i ivei-kf WISH .l.oRIDIAN •KKKI> ..i Ml iml .: i \ ..i Novemhei. HAT I RM VN, • %  ]. rk, %  • |-1..i uiii r coPELANP I '. ; Clerk : FCKDIE II lfi-!3-3, 12 7 RCl T COURT OF THE -H JLO'CIAL CIRCUIT OF I DA IN AND FOR DADE NTY IN CHANCERY. No 62C 11787 \ • %  • I'M VN. M VIS A I/. %  NOTICE OF SUIT t \II.N isi'i -v IT/. .v :.. I -11. v ... i Pi. %  \ VI IN -.'nir|7 %  s :i.'... .. I. Fl... i. -..: HER! IH N' TIKIBT thai been :• %  mht against j .in .|Hiitr \ OOODMAN, to • in.: %  ., %  -• .ni th.ii certain ...r. .. -; ICIllal 1} ill — i II .ruin • .1 159 in St". II \' ibdivlsion BI8CAYNE OARrrilng :.. ill-plat theredt-d i'. I'l.it Hook 4". Cage toe PubUe Reuords of Dude .-. Florid i, .••ii.-i r-;i. and you are re:. iil.. %  • % %  Answer to wild .. %  •.: with the Clerk ..f the above i C< art and t.. serve a copy lit on plaintiffs :tt torn. \ -, Al.L VKINTIt All: nIl .| A JAY -i•rltj Trui BuiM.'••••bls. n..t later than da) "• I '•-. •t-nii..-i ii>i;L', in which ii>i Complaint will .~ t-.ir'e.-.-.! l.\ \ mi. • AT Ml \MI I' I.i ll!ll>.\. thll N'..\ .-n %  i 1982 E \ i'v. %  :I:M \N. Clerk, .in. l %  :• t.i ..111111. ilui Ida It) K M l.YMAN I >—,.'.;?-. Clerk* ,| WF.lNVRAVn '.l. %  ••ri' I %  l.iri i i i-II i-!s-n",:.' : **|f only the others sold like that Talmudic Judaism!" Cepr. 1962, Do,eii Production! j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 62C 12483 I .CIS A REMESAR, ___ — L I'li lilt Iff. —•• %  •. VS. '•Alt!,118 REMESAR, I '• -fi-inl:int. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I": CARLO*) REMES M: ADDRESS I NKXnHX YDf, A l; 1.11 s REMESAR, dress unknown, are required to your answer tn th, complaint for diJ"orc. with ih.i-l.ik ,,f the above %  irt, and nerve a ropy thereof upon CJINO P, NEORETTI, Attorney, 910II Cnnxreaa Hldic. Ill N.K. 2nd Avenue, .Miami, rloiidn, on or before De' %  ember 26th, 1962, ... .-:-.• complaint til I.. tak< 'i ai ..nf.•.-.,-ii. I"t.il thiSiith day of November adfiu ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti Fk>riafatrj solicits your legal notices. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It 3-4605 for messenger service 1:",.'. '. I --T1 V LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12283 III %  \ i:V MII.I.KI! Plaintiff, ve M \l:v l. MII.I.ER 11, f.i-.i HI SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i •: MART I. MILLER Addretih nnkn..wn. You, MARY 1.. MILLER, are hi rebj notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed oftaiutd you, and you are required !•• aerve a cop) "f >.iii Answer IT Pleadins to :lnliill ..f C'iniplaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney, ANllELO A \l.l. *>• Alnale; Bulidltut, .Miami :'.'.'. Plortda, iml fii.the original Answer %  r Pleadins i" the ofrloe of in. Clerk "f th.t'iri'ult Court n ..r before tin17th da) of I ember, IMS. If yon -it to d !•". jini•! November, \ I •. !:•'I! I-' l; LEATHERMAN. rierk. t'it-.-nii I'.-urt. I'a.il.County, Plorlda mrall Bj C. r ''• >ri".I.AM' I >eputy Cli rU AN'Ml.n A Al.l "'| \ InMey Hullding '_. I '...; 111.. \i % %  : a. \ for liMimiff tl I6-2J-J0, 12,7 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57519.B IN III". KM.lt.Of JOHN A MAl.M. also known as .n iHN A MAI.M. Jit Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH PersoiiH Having Claims or Demandu Agalusi Suid Eslati : You are hereby notified and required lo present any claims 41ml (!••'ii.itiiiwhich yon ma) have against the estate of JOHN A. MALM, also known as JiHIN A. MAI.M. JR., deceased late of Dade County, Florida, tr the County Juogea of Dude County, and file the same in their office* in th*. County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months from th*date Of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. LLILL1AN M. MALM SIDNEY EFRONHON. AttorneyMi Security Trusl Bldg. Miami IS, rtortda U/16-SS-30, 12'7 NOTICE UNDER -ITIOUS NAME LAW IHEREBY firVKN that .tin-.i. .1. >iring 10 engage In • • th< tlrtltlouK nam< ol 11.%  -. nslblllt) <',• and Itexponslblllty Insurance Bos r.2-183, .Miami .'•:', Fil • •to : %  • Ulster said names rk ol the Circuit Court nty, l'i-rWn \ .\ UHX1E8, INC. lorida Corporation Sole owner I. vv. KARLK'K :••! A|.i..l-..ni m 11, K-tS-SO It 7 IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF | M: FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12197 J|" VN l'i: W.'IS.-.. KERRO. I'lnintlff. VN v PERIto. I ',-l.li.lai.' NOTICE OF PUBLICATION p.. v\v HKRRo. ^"l W 1:1th yi Apt 21, New York t'it>. N Y. v. >i". ANA l'i ;RR<, Ml w -t 186th Street, Apart. 84, New York City, v N .... required to file your answer t.. the Complalni i"i IMvoroe with the I'lerk ol the abi.ve Court, and serve a copj thereof upon Olno P. Negrettl, %  11 Congress IIMK 111 N I -11.1 AveMie, Miami. Florida on ..-..,.. ii„. |"th day of December, Is. complaint will • %  taken NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that th>. undersigned, d.-sirini; to engage in business un.ler the fictitious name of Wl'ALITV WIRE CLOTH COMPANY (not Inc.) at 1070 North West :i7tu Court, Miami. Florida Intend to register Mid name with tile Clerk ..i the Circuit Court ..f Dade Count), Florida. T' IM KOCKY, BO owner MYRt>N FORCE, 501 Owner QoMm&n, Qoldstein A Pacsier Attorneys for Registrants •103 West plaxlel Street Iloi Ida 11 !3-a*. 12 7-11 i: B. LEATHERMAN 'lei I; ..f the ('ircuil Court ll> : c. I'. COPELAND i %  • j • 111 > i 'lurk ll Z3-30, 12 7-11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941 File AA-20875 N'OTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai II. Leaf, holder of Cltj of lllal.ali Tax Suli Certificate No. 11" Issued the 23th ilas "t May, A.II IH.-.9. has flleil same in mj i fl lei and has mad< ap n I'm .i tax ileeil In be Issued then on. Kald Cert If li iti emhraci the following described property in Hint} ol I Hide, State ..1 I Ii a-ii Lol • Block 126, Mi:.I. uh ITtli A.!.in Amil., I'lai Hook 23 I'agi '' •-• >n 7. Township 33 South, llanne I! KllHl in the CIlV of llialall. %  '..uim of I lade, State of Fl u Ida The :s-.ss.n. n; ..( sail! propi l> under the said cirtlflcate was In the name ••!: ';.-... L. NJI •-. rnle.-.said i ei III bate shall lreile.-ni.-il according i" law, the propert\ described hi rein w ill be s..lil t.. the highest bidder ai the Court House il %  .'ii the first Mi-nil.ij. in thi month of January, 1963, which Is the Ttli day of Janunr.v. 1963. I ..i ii .1 this L'lith .Li\ of Novemhel. 1962. I-: ll, LEATHERMAN. i 'lei k of Ciii ail l '..int. Dade County, Florida t.st-ali By: K. M. LEEl'ER l leputy ci.rk 11 30, 12 7-1 l-:'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ..f I'AISY-II-K.VNCH at 3270 N.W. :17th Avenue in the City of Miami. Florida Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court "f Dade Couno. Klurl.la. RBNATO l.KVI. rv.-nwn.-r DAISY l.KVI. Co-owner WRPMAN ft VVKI-MAN Vtt(.rn.>s for Applicants U/23-30, 1L' 7-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941 File A A 20868 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ben Buskin, holder of City of Hialeah Tax Male Certificate No. 150 Issued the 2'inl day of .May. AIL If*., has filed sain, in my office, ami has made application for o tax deed to be Issued thereon. Bald Certificate embraces the following ib-s.-riiK.-ii property in the Count) of Dade, state of Florida, to-wit: I...1 t Block 108, Hialeah 17th Addition Amil., Plat Hook 23 Page '.'. Section 7. ToWMhlp 68 South. Rani.-., tl Bast, In th.City of Hialeah, County of Dade, State of Plorlda. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was in the name of: George L. Nyce. I'uliss. said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein "ill be sold to the highest bidder at th.Court House door on the tiist Monday In the month of January, 1983, which Is the 7th .lay .if January 1963. Dated this 36th day of N.iv. ml" r, 1962. 17. It. LEATHERMAN. clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, r lorida is.-.ili By: it. M LEEPER Deputy Clerk ll ::". 12/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HEREBY UIVEN that Hi. UH. Ii-ii.1 il. siring t" enga b :fii tltii-iiname ol ASSOCIATED All'.. I'ARTH at 1415 N.W. Ji-' Ti i ace, Miami, I Vi "Id Intendu :. register said name with the 'li i k .a lb. in. an i "ourl "i 11 %  I" i 'nun' \. Floi Ida. ELECTRIC >l. FOCII'MENT Co. (Sole I HI lie!') SEYM< 'I I: LONI'. >.\ i \ for A pplil :< HI 11 16-23-30, 12 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai tl..linil.-ls>_:'.-.I. flesli'lng III engage i' business mi ..i ill. fictitious name of Till 'I'll' Al'l'l.i VN". I! al 139 Collins Miami I %  ich, Iloridii intend •II register said name with the Clerk of tlie I'll cull Curl ni Dade County. Florida. lil'KTER DRCCKER LESTER VVi:iNl.i: ( iv. Ill : i.. >ris HI. V/.KI: Attornej for Applicants P.O. Box S2, Miami lleai li ::'... Fla. II ::.'. 12 7-1--' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12931 l'i: VNK BRENNER, ^ s, VIVIAN" BRENNER, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn: VIVIAN BRENNER I35-09 K3rd Avenue K.-w Gardens, New York You, VIVIAN BRENNER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to verve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th> Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, HAROLD B. SPAET, EHQ., 4"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on oc before, the Mb day of January, 1983. If you fall to .1.. s... Judgment by deiauit win be taken against you for the relief JEORtJE NICHOLAS, 612 lb Ave Miami, Fla,, and file ih i •• ,.i thiCurl on • ... i •. %  ii.-. %  -. 1988, other%  %  • .'.nt it'll] be confessed by ': Novembi r -i). IMS. U I.KVTIIKHMAN %  • -v .,f it,, l'i. • '•-. >rt By: K M LYM.VN, l'ej.1,1: I I. n ll .':i-30. 12/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'IICK I,,, p %  th'-f a.%  I.' %  -se.l. I,.,...I this 18th day of November, K i: LEATHERMAN, Clark, i Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida ', .;, ,.. K M l.YMAN Ih-puty I'II rk 11/18-23-30.11/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57379-B IN RE: Ksi its ol HENRY WOLF '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS r.. All Creditors and All Person* Haying Claims or Demands Against Bald You are hereby notified and re,., e,| ,,. present any claims an.) demands "Hi. ii you mayhave Wlnst the estate of HtSNtn WOLJ deceased late oi iKide County. Morida, t'ount.. ihe. r.iniii) Judfjes pi Dad U and fibthe same In their % %  u>^ i > in the c.unty Courthouse in Dade \ lot ai.. within siv. calendar from the date of th< flwt hereof, or the same will County. months ROPE WOLF Kxecutrlx '. l-raimed, desiring to engage In : p" 1 1 "'•'"'.•" • under the fictitious nume of j "" twrreo -•IN'.; CO. I not Inc.) at 2190. f kth street. Miami. Horlda. in, VV'.'.l %  \tton.v • %  • r.ister suul name with the R X \ M ', ,N 1 .' ;'.„,,i, ,. rk of the Circuit Court of Dade 911 Seybol. I.iilblum .iy. Florida. Miami X-. I-la. .,., J MOTORS, INC., a Fla. Corp. II MANDI.ER %  n..-yu u.r Eli Motors, Inc. In Road 1 Beach, Florida 11/23-30—12/7-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that lb. .,, reigned, desiring to engage In business uii.l.i the fit tltlous names ol Ii i,.-„ Hotel, i... Flora Apartmenu ,-, ., i .., |.|,„-., Motel at 1238 Colling A;.n„... Miami Beach. Florida Intefl ,,. ~ K | ,i. -.i.i nansM >'•' the leri ,,, .,,?. circuit Court ol Dad. ) ountj Ida Edward Bchwarti ilnssi. Si hwarti, .' I" r I HENRI \ KAMI' owner lAl • ne> .... U I .-... %  ,;'^.... ; .,,, K 7 11 13-90—12,7-11 NOTICE UNDER r -TITIOUS NAME LAW "TICK IS Hr-R lt> i Ih-'t i... signed, desiring to engage In ll %  !• r the fI. tltlous name of Hi DADE EMPLOYMENT at itj. Fla intend to regtater • w ith the clerk of the Ch : 1 lade c.unty, Florida. Rl s v i:. .II.DKN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57689 IN RIO: Estate of MARIA OAULCaCIO Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credllors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batate: You arc hereby notified and reiiiireil to present any olalmn aud il.n.aiHls which Jtou may have against th. .state of MARIA GALLUCCIO deceased late of I>ade County. I'lovida, to the County JiidKes of Dude iwnty. and file the game in their offices In the County Courthoii-e in Da.le County. Florida, within six calendar months fr.rtn the date of the firft publication hereof, .r the game will be barred. r.VI'l, (lALLL'CCIO Executor FAUNCE, KINK & FORMAN A i tm neyu 1502 Consress Bldg. Miami :::. Florida 11 88-30, 13/7-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56234-B IN RE: Estate of LILLIAN RCBIN SEGAL, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims ..i 1.. man.Is Against Sai.l Estate: You are hr.-i.y notified and r. quire.I to present any claims and demands which \ou may have agalnsi th..state of Lillian Kui.in Segal, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judge* of Hail. County, an.I file tlie gam,in duplicate and as provided In section 7:i.".lh. Florida Mamies, In th.lr officeIn the Coun. ly CourthotUe in Dade C.unty, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barre.l. Dated at Miani). Florida, this 8Tth day of November, A.D, 19*2. ANNE II El: MANAS Adtninietratrig Tallanoff, Waller \Bit man Attorneys for Administratrix 438 Uncoin R.I., Miami Beach, Fin. 11 30, 12/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE US HEREBY CIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of IM.V.N'.N'KH KI'TCRES at 2880 B.W. 34th Terrace. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade county. Florida. THOMAS W. SIlll'ToN FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO Attorneys for Thomas VV. Bhlpton ll/lt-23-M, 11 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlie un.tersigned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name l llegnl Vending Company at 41-. south VV.-i Mh Avenue. Miami. Florida, Inl.iuls tn register sai.l name with the (•Ink of the Circuit Curt ol Da.le C.unD. Florida LAZARCS BKOLNK K, Sele liwller 11 16-23-30 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th.fictitious name of HVDBON APARTMENTS at 430 • 16th Street intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. MKI.VVAV. INC, By: .lack Malamii.l, l'r. HENRY A. KAMI' Attorney for M.-lway. Inc. II 18-23-80, 12 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12971 MAY LILLIAN STEVENMDS a k ll MAY LILLIAN DAY. Plaintiff, \ >. THi -MAS MA CRICK I "AY, I 'ei. ml.ml. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl' Til. -MAS MACRII i: DAY 108 Council Houses High St.-e.-t. Klmpton Hartfordshlre, I'nlted Kingdom You, Till'MAS Vi.vi RICE DAY. are hereby notlfleil thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against ymi, an.I you are required to serve a copy "t your Answer or Pleading uthe Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, HERBERT B. WII.ENSKY. 317 Biscayne Building. Miami 33, I lorida ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court on oibefore the Mh day of January, IM2 If you fail t.. do s... judgment by default will be taken llgalnsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published ..nee each we.-k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE -VXD ORDERED at Miami. Florida this 3rd day of December, 1 A.D. 1883, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) B> : C. P C ICELAND Deputy Cl.-rk HERBERT B. \V 11 ENSKY Attorney, for Plaintiff—Fit (•-27711 12 7-l4-:'l-J< SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Friday. November 30. 1962 %  MMMMM in SAYINGS OF FATHERS Penikta Rahbati, Piska Shubah, 45, 4. •\ Prince committed a hfimuH and nil friend adviicd him tuch a crime will be od; upi n :: rests orld. vJewist) fhrrHi ,n Page 13-A JW lavni s Wisdom of the Psalmists Means Faith in Almighty /ve/iWows &L^ife By RABBI DANIEL LOWY Temple Sinai of North Dade What it a "Talith Katan?" Talith Kalan"' is the name giva special garment which men under their shirts. Its dtslisbing characteristic is that it is made Of four corners. The term mi ana "a small cloak'" or "a small nt." • • • Why it this garment worn? The Bible commands "And they (hall make fringes (Tzitzith' on' the corners of their garments." ".umbers 15:38). In another place 1 the Bible writes "Thou shalt make fringes on the four corners of thy arments." (Deuteronomy 22:12).] From this the rabbis in the Talmud deduce that only a garment ">f four corners must have fringes ttached to it. In olden times when the people wore square cloaks, was possible. Today when people wear round •..rments the only way in which J .. man can constantly fulfill the nuuirement of wearing fringed i garments is to have a special square garment under his shirt, to] the four corners of which he at-, laches the fringes. These fringes j it rve as reminders of our historic Iraditiona and past. It is some] times said that our practice of lying a string around one's fing. %  rs for memory is rooted in this i ractice of tying fringes on the i rners of one's garments in on'l r remember the Almighty and his iandments to us. • • Why do men wear a large Talith during worship? During the hours of worship hen Jewish men are In the pri va > of their homes or in the synagogues, they put on these large Tuleithim in order to fulfill the J' • 'iimandment completely and to wrap themselves in their faith and • l of the Almighty and the unnmandments. In this way the entire body and soul in shrouded with faith and holiness. One of our main goals in life, and one that seems to elude us nmrc than many others, is the attainment of happiness. There is a phrase from Psalm 119 expounding and extolling the knowledge of God ;is the key to the eternal happiness of man. The central thought can he crystallized in the words, "Grant me understanding that 1 may live .More than 800 years ago, the renowned philosopher, Moses Maimonides, pointed out that there are several types of wisdom. The ambitions of men and the character and worth of every individual are determined by the levels upon which his understanding mov es. It depends upon the type of wisdom he embodies in his life, The first and lowest, in the acqulstion of which people spent! [heir days, is the possession of money, garments, furniture, land, and the like. This is the kind of in-. :antor Maur tellect that exhausts itself in acquiring material things—only the furni-j,.,;,, v ,-. ,, ture of life, but not life itself, The next higher level of wisdom is % Vrmon: i "Tin mure related to man's body—physical perfection. The next level is I '"'"" excellence of character, the moral fibre of our personalities. ; BE !" "„ "rlditulnai.^awJ! 1 Max Character is like a basket that holds the goods we acquire in the j shapir" "cantor Fred Bernstein, markets of life. Shrewdness, cunning, the ability to accumulate wealth i rlday 8:15 p.m. Quasi speaker: Services tu'o Cod, and him ; 1 AZEROV. who fairs %  \,,, u .. td^en m by flatmarkets of life. Shrewdness, cunning, the ability to accumulate weaun rriaaj vi., p.m. ""• %  ;',,,.',:,.',,', ~ „t and buy the things we need, or think we need, must be held together ^eau'ot^ewlah'Educatlon. Topic: within the framework of morality. But this level, too, is not enough | THNew Trenslatlon." ,up a l >j to satisfy the thoughts of the Psalmist. Characer can be conventional 8 and mediocre. A cake can have all the finest ingredients and still be heavy, flat and tasteless. What is lacking is the leavening that makes lite rise—the spark, the imagination, and the contagion of tne Divine. The highest level of wisdom is accompanied with reverence for God. Here is an imperative lesson for our time. We, today, have made a cult out of success—success in terms of power—success in terms of exploitation of others. We have made a religion of the practical, and the practical only too often means a scornful dismissal of every' moral consideration. We bow our heads and humble ourselves before the great deity, "know how." We dedicate our choicest sons and daughters to the amoral power—technology. The wisdom and understanding as expressed by the Psalmist means something more than mere intellectualism, more than mere mental agility, as reflected in the ability to score in a nimble argument, or to make a keen analysis—and much more than basic skills. Wisdom must include faith in the Almighty and loving kindness. The wise man is the good man, the kind man and the just man. He is intelligent in the matter of values and the amenities of life. The highest goal for human aspirations, according to the Psalmist, is to be found in an intelligent, discerning individual, who is motivated by a respect for God and his fellow-man. .30 a.m. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen, teld. Cantor George Goldberg. in,lav 5:15 and 8:1! p.m. Sermon: "Hadaaaah." Ones Snabbat noata: Mr and Mrs. 1. Verdon. Saturday B:30 a.m. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen Friday 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon: •.i,,.n ihe Door." Saturday J a.m. liar Mitavah: Michael, "•'" t Mr. ana Mrs. Hj • %  "!— tman. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 lUOlMava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday •'• P.m. Saturday 8:jn a.m. Sermon: "Dreama That Change Our Livei SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. Frlda\ i 15 p m, Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Jew and Hebrew. SOUTHWEST~CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. „ „ Frlda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How Mucn Praver?" Saturday 8:30 a.m. Junior services 10:45 a.m. tei %  than ttte proud, who wish to | be ilii first -'" %  .! are not. SPINQZA. ; • A man appreciates 'he love of I I % grandchildren mor than the 1 love of his cl -dun. Zohar, i, 233a. I %  aaaaanawl Baa Mltivah: Tama Phyllla, daug-hUr : Mr. and Mra. Paul A. Btern. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adlef TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "My Mc%  age on Faith to iiie Florida PTA CongTeaa." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Cap.an. Cantor Morris Berger. l nii.ii 8:15 p in Sermon "R< moving UbaUi I. %  S aturd ay 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH A*M. 5950 N. Kendall dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. I r ida> 7:80 p.m. Sermon: yhanuka a romlntr." All children with birthdays In Dei ember will !'• %  honored. Saturday ii •: •" %  a.m. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 P^alermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brovm. Krklay 8:15 I'm. .Sermon: 'A StranKO Fa..for a Jew." Saturday 10:10 a-m. liar Mltivah: Mark, son of Ml. and Mrs. Arthur dross. TEhtPLE MENORAH. 820 TMh t Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram•witz. Canter Edward Kle. Fridav R:1S p.m. Sermon: "Flicht andi lMrsu'it." Saturday B.m. Sermon. %  'The Portion of lh.Law.' TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th at. an* Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ..„. v „. r Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: What Do We 1 Ive For? > Inldren of tne rcllgloua rehool will participate in tho aervlce. Saturday S:4J a.m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Fridav sir, |. m Hu.-vt sp.-aker: Mrs. Michael Krop, president, Chal Group ,.( Hadaaaah. TEMPLE TIFERETH J A CO B tSI Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack Lerner. _,._ Friday p-ir. p.m. il'i-st sp-aker. Jer. y Suaaman. prealdent, Southeast "••'" o( iiiH.il Synagogue. Oneg shabbat hosts: Mr and Mrs. Charlea Ktrsch in honor ol wedding annlveraary. oatui-.lai 9 a m. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday y .:"' p.m. Sermon: "The lilrth ,,, Ideas." Oneg Shabbal boat: Slaterii t. Saturday 8 a.m, • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. Frtdaj B:15 p m. Sermon: Hadaaaah v Living Mother. Saturday s:i5 a.m. Sermon: "When Ephralm Spoke." HOLLYReform ••Reform Saturday SAMUEL lUBtll president of Temple Sinai nor ,.jew, made two donaUons somprising six on "We :i to him is %  ol all Tempi, todaj will be in a separate structure, thus enabling the recreation ol (he lust building into n classrooms to take cart ol the Sunday school enrollment. iel 11 Lubell is presidenl ol -. it to aj TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Krid.n • 13 .' m. Sermoi Judaism An".in r Path. n a.m. TEM.PLE BETH SHlRAH. Sunlland Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a M ( Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Frldai 8:13 P.m. Pulpit gut-sl R Top "Psyi holog-} In Ri llgIon • j ir Burg, i harter mi n i | mpli ."" eondu : set vices y .. and Todaj TEMPLE BETH S-.0'.OM. 4144 Chasf ave. Liberal. R,v.m Leon Kronish C.intar David Conviser. i TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "The \\anderings of Jacob." Om t Shahhal hoat: Saoml Group of Miami Chapter, Hadaaaah, YEHUDA" MOSHF 1SW W Olnle hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:13 p.m. lladassuh Sabbath. Quest speaker: Mrs Norman Chaaen, president of Albert ESnateln Group or lladassah. Topic "A Touch ol Greatness." Social hour co-hosta: memberg ..f Hadaaaah and Sisterhood. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. I ml;,', S 15 p.m. Saturday 8 a ra. Sermon: "Going "ut in Glory." CANDLEUGHTING T//VE 10 Kislev — 5:12 p.m. T % 



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ay, December 7. 1962 bwisli nprkilari Beih Sholom to Mark 20Jh Anniversary; Cantata to Feature Temple's History Paqe 11-A BABBI UON KRONISH Seeks Ouster of Arab Diplomat '. ; -tmued from Page 1-A menl Tacu.ira was received here py • Leopotdo Benitcs. of Ecua|dor '. rman '>t the committee on whic! Shokalry called for the n" <>f Tacuara. The prone Ir >m Label A. Katz, • -: of Ihe International CourtI nai B'I ith, who visited U%  • last summer and probed neo-Nazi movement there. %  tr in Ihi history of the Unitms." Kati wired Ambassates, "has any delegate hail acitj to make the kind of is proposal offered by Ah ikairj when he recommendthe racist Tacuara be l • b\ the United Nations'." i* dramatic historj of Temple Beth Sholom will be featured when the Temple celebrates its 20th anniversary at i special dinner dance on Saturday evening at the Americana Hotel .lames Albert president of the congregation, said that the history, in the form of a cantata entitled "What is Beth Sholom." will be ottered by Cantor David Conviser and the Temple choir. The cantata is by Ira and Judith Kisen stein, The dinner will be preceded by two special events at the Temple. ii44 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Albert revealed that Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom, will conduct a Havdallah service, curing which he will dedicate plaques of honor in recognition of gifts to the Temple building and development fur.d. The service is scheduled for 5:20 p.m. At s 30 p m there will be a cocktail party in the Temple auditorI ium. Committee in charge of the event are Mr and Mrs. Norman Arkin. Mr. and Mrs Jules Arkin, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Arkin. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Mr and Mrs. Robert Somerstein. and Mr. and Mrs Carl Lundy—all representing "'second generation" members of Beth sholom. and all with "third generation" children in the Beth Sholom religious school. Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg. chairman of the Beth Sholom 20th addiversary celebration, said that •the dinner is being given in honor; oi every member of Beth Sholom and that "the Ted carpet will be out for each participant in this, happv occasion." Serving with Judge Greenberg on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey K Kramer. Mrs Irving JUDGE HARRY GREENBERG Kushman, president of the I'TA. Mrs Aaron M. Beder. Jack Shapiro, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. president of Sisterhood. Dr. Harry E. W'olk, president of Brotherhood, and Mrs Milton S. 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Page 2-B •*Jf**ist Htridiar Friday, December 7 M. H I K -I ... Ml Ml Ml. %  .11. :. id M Mr. and mid Mi.-. k< ,i • .1 Among members of the diplomatic presentations commitiee for the Ambassador's Ball are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob RiiRin (can:er) and Mi. and Mis. Leonard Rosen (extreme right and left. respectively;. The Ambassador's Ball will take piece Saturday evening, Dec. 22. at the Fontcinebleau Hotel. Weinkles to Head Presentation Group At Ambassador's Ball Here Dec. 22 Preparations for the ;;ala An: bassador's Ball to b< held Satur BJ evening. Dec 22. at the FOP Alt. AND MKS. WHMKU STARRING not a powder, not a crystal, but a MEW New Fab is power-blasted under more than 300 pounds of pressure. This cor.. presses cleaning energy in every tiny bead] and gives New Fab penetrating power to get your toughest wash not just surface clean—but CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! KOSHER P ARVE rRODUCT OF COLGATE PALMOUVt ainebleau Hoiel arc being ma < y a corps ol communitj leaden i presentin • the civic, business nil cultural life ol the community. ; was announced b> .Samuel Fnwdaml. chairman ot Greater Miami srael Bond Org iniaation, under 11 -c auspices the ball is irailiionally held. Names this wee!; to head the Uplomatic presentations commitee were Mr. and Mrs. Carl t'einkle. Under their guidance, prepareions are being completed for the iresentation ot the emissaries ol oreign governments paying their e.-pecls to the Ambassador of Is-1 raei, patron of the ball. In this j .ereniony, members of the consulit corps of Greater Miami will be .storted by members of the presentations committee. Highlight of the Ambassador's; .'.ali will be the presentation of' young ladies selected to make their oows on the debut of their coming-1 of-age. Heading the preparations for this colorful ceremony is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, grand hostess of the ball. Another highlight will be the presentation of awards to the Trustees, Guardians and Sponsors of Israel for 1H62 in whose honor the Ambassador's Ball is traditionally held. The Chanuka season will be reflected in the kindling of a giant Menorah with the participation ol a symphonic chorus and orchestra. Other leading members of the community heading the committees in charge are Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, who will serve as grand marshals, and Jack S. Pop ick, chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bon.i Organisation. Members of the Diplomatic presentations committee are: Mt-llllltl "M Jill* [.. %  -•. II ..li'llI'.' IMiniii..in M and Mi*. .i.nm-M Ml., rl. N.I. and Mr,. .-,.tn. •. iVni n. Mi .n.i Mi P B< i.Kini.n KUdni i. Mi Ml %  fUn ISa iik, M I Mi* Kin i:i HI.. Mr. and Mxa. William 1...1 nutetn. Mi mi Mr*. .%  • %  i i Mr I Mr* Jiicli i i u m i. AI .m.l Mr*. .! %  -. i'li I'-.h.-n. Mr. II n.I ; .Mr.-. Moi ri. %  •,... i Ml and Mi II r -. M .. ii -. i..\ i Mi nd AII'm I r*ki Ml i il Mi M -x I iiilkofr, Mi. and • n Mr mid Mr* Vbrara i %  >. Mi %  nil AI -I.. v. nd V • \l i I • • 118, .Mi : i .1 Hydni> (tuna, >' Mi ; I:. van, M ii i Mi*. I • •• %  %  n. Mi i n i Mi n Loi ic Ii — ri m \i %  .inI Mr* A II •• -. Mi .. .1 M .. II.. i n. Mi 'l M %  Mm ili, M i • Ml .-. Kowurri I|< ii Mi Mr*. Howard ICanv, Ali an M J. %  K I Ur. i ml Wife KASHA Brown Bb.nMlt Sroati Awl. 'DIMS CcMM R %  wo* s KJSM SOLO K.-.ii.-. M .n.i MiKmll Morton, Mr %  ltd Mr* Mm Qroi k, \ii. and M M •* K it%  •. Mr. MM! -M----•" Poiloeh Mi Mi • ',. i. \\ .. i.,,!, s. i-.i'i.k. Mr and Mr*. : i;. \ i IK M ..ii M • l %  lahl. |>| .. >i, ;,„, Mr*. '" ••'• Rlfkln, Mr. ... i. ., .; i:. -. a, Mi and Mr* Mr. ••• Ki II ii. Mr. ml Mr-. I'lilliiRow1 Jr. Ml-. .. y f II II Rout, i iaht. i .i %  ; %  M I I .-. >' in, I. I ; A. 'I ,i M ../. • M M All II .' MI.-. • iiiH AI y > n ;i Rout, V i .1 Mr.Itityn I K bin, Mi MrL .ill* I! Broil i-'.. -Mr and .... i. -. i. i %  i ii M i -,n n i: u ... M nd .•. % %  i .--..iiiu. I T. Haptro, .Mr. ami Ml and Mrs, Byn .Mi. and) .Mi!-. i sii v ind H • l in II .-iii, i, .v Ba .%  • Bin .Mi i mi M, -ii. ii .ui Mi and Mr*, i • in All mi.I Ah NjUli nan. Mr. .nl Mr-. TxTu Mr. an i M' .-i in. • \, Mi and Mi Max Wrtu 1 %  • %  II. I Mi. for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE rt TOP 0 *!• %  V> *! •£22* tr& THE "SABBA TH COFFEE" for instant enjoyment every day! In 2 Oz., 6 Oz., and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.



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Friday. December 7, 1962 Jen 1st fhn ifcffor Page 5-B Pioneer Women's Chanuka Parties row (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Bres=ler and Mrs. Birdie an. Bottom row (leit to right) are Mrs. George Israel, Mrs barthoid Strauss, and Mrs. Jesse LeVine. They are plan3 fund-raising luncheon sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary o( the Jewish Home lor the Aqed. Jn the form cf an Italian fcs?iia.n show, the luncheon will be Tuesday noon at the Cafe Per-1] eii c: the Eden Poc Hotel. Tec fallen Women To Meet Friday >i ienoring lift' memih i ion Women'i Di\ %  %  i l .'•• !•(• agenda at its i -• encr i • eting Friday, l I the v iiera Hotel. • i.iu. '... %  -. I'hilip F. Thau, %  %  he life members ... :eivi Lie blue and gold i ..: ins in rognition of "their •**ting '-in advancing Mipport • scholarships and %  ••-n' tin ; Technion I'm. : %  lid -' award is a styliz' in the form of I'.'lc fn % % %  -. ibolize civil engii eli •• A'.< M Ae triangle is a l ..&',: iegit tins chemical engiriaj an eatb it. a !'ii mechanic iigineering. Topthe sW the outline of the root t Te on's main building, a landm i Haifa. n sche i on the program i not s by Mrs DorKi i on •Te hnion II .in... jhl l Mi mbers mi the recent nal onal convention held in Philadelphia, where both Mrs. Thau and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag were cited for their member recruitment achievements in the past year. Program chairman. Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, announced that early arrivals will be eligible for prizes. 'Cardiac Derby' Scheduled Here Saturday will lie 'Cardiac DerbyDay" at the races in a joint projecl "f all South Florida women's chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, the nation's only free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusive!) to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children. Tinspecial day at Tropical Park is part of the chapter's continuing program to purchase, with Merchants Green Stamps, a station wagon for the hospital. Clubhouse -ion for the event is one lull book ol stamps plus a dollar All proceeds realized at the Pioneer Women's Chanuka parties to 1 be held in December will go to the six new children's homes in the Negev. Club 2 will have a Chanuka din-! ner on Sunday. Dec. 16. 6 p.m., in I the Royal Hungarian Restaurant,' 731 Washington Ave. Mrs. Abrabam Shedrolf is chairman of the affair, Mrs. Milton Green, president of the (Ireater Miami Council of Pioni er Women, .\ ill speak about the organization's expanded program [or Israeli youth. The invocation will be delivered by Mrs. Irving Liftman, chapter, president, and Joseph Horwitz v. ill present a group of Jewish folk songs. Club 1 will have a traditional Chanuka latke party on Sunday. Dec. 16. 7:30 p.m.. in the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave. Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president, is serving as chairman of arrangements. 4 Kadimah Chapter pre-Crianuka meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 8 p.m., in Beth David. A "Salute to Amigos" program will be featured with University of Miami exchange students participating. Mrs. Annette Blacker, program chairman, will introduce Orlando Pa.'rom. who will lead his musical group through a program of Venezuelan music, with flamenco dances hy Natasha Sucre, of Panama. Mrs. Jacob Raffel, president. will discuss plans for the chapter's Chanuka party. Ccral Gables Group will have a package party on Wednesday evenJoiftf Membership Afiair North Shore Post and Auxiliary Of Jewish War Veterans 677 i> having a joint annual paid-up membership affair in the Embassy Room Of the Balmoral Hotel on Saturday at 9 p.in Serving as chairman of the auxiliary is Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen, and for the Post, Buddy Hart. ing at the Minyonaire Synagogue. On Thursday. Dec. 20, at 1 p.m., the group will have a regular meeting at Cookie's Restaurant. Mrs. Sam Davis, president, who recently relumed from a trip to Israel, will show films of the land and its people. Newly formed Aviva Chapter has scheduled a Chanuka card party for Wednesday, Dec. 26. 1 p.m.. in the Friendship Room of the First Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 900 NE 125lh St., No. Miami. Meeting heli by the group on Nov. 29 was hosted by Dr. and Mrs. B. Erps in their home. Dr. Erps, psychiatrist, delivered an address. Coffee to Aid Crittenton Home Mrs, Paul Pollak has invited a group of Miami Beach women to a coffee at her home. 5750 No. Bay Rd.. on Tuesday, Dec. 18. to organize a "Circle" for the Florence Crittenton Home of Dade County. The 10:30 a.m. social will be attended by Mrs. John D. Simmons, second vice president, who is conducting the current chapter expansion program throughout the area. President of Florence Crittenton Home here is Michael Shores, of Miami Beach, local attorney and civic leader. He announced the formation of a Miami Beach Circle. A 50th wedding anniversary reception is planned for Mr. and Mrs. David Dunsky, of Chicago, 111., now wintering in Miami Beach. The reception will be held at their sen's home, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunsky, of No. Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Lipschitz, of Temple Belh Torah, will officiate. Chanuka Fete Lazarus Group A Chanuka member-bring-amember luncheon for the Emma Lazarus Group of Hadassah will be held Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. John Howard. Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Florida region vice president of education, will be guest speaker. President. Mrs. Norman Meyers, will welcome new members. 5-MINUTE CHEESE FONDUE. ANOTHER IMPORTED SWISS KNIGHT" PRODUCT made with the same wonderful Gruyere cheese that goes into Swiss Knight Slices and Wedges! Swiss Knight blends Gruyere and Emmenthaler cheese, white wine and cherry Kirsch to bring you a hot "cheese dip" that will set your guests yodeling! Perfect as a snack or main dish. Simply heat and serve bubbly hot in a casserole or chafing dish. 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December 7, 1962 *J*Ml rirrMfor) |e mortal For ibbi Kutler in i ictc Utn he. • tube |K. It' Ilk. tan S %  Kal M-. .11 fib. Bell B)avi n lal meeting and "hespod" to the tote Rabhj Aaron ill be neW Sunday. 11 the Hebrew Academy. Kutler, a renowned Torah died in New York City -day. Nov. 29. He was a visitor here. -g Bonim, of Ntw York, deliver the eulogy at the cny whose principal, Rabbi > %  itr Gross, was among attending the funeral of Kutler in the north. Kutler was the dean of udic Research Institute in ..(I \.J. He was also chairthe World Council of Torah I services were held for \iiller at Beth Jacob ConHi, Miami Beach, last Sunniicipating were Babbi stern, spiritual leader of a cob, and Babbis Gross. • hrticld. Phineas Weberi Max Lipschitz. Kutler's casket was flown idem 00 Sunday for intershiva University of New York and, ftr C -, ,. c its Albert Einstein College of Med-1 Ut 5o Speak icine. Mr. Berman was also affiliated with the Bethlehem synagogue and National Home for Astjimatic Children. He is survived by his wife. Flora; three grandchildren; and M \vn great-grandchOdren. services and burial were in New York, with local arrangements by Riverside. Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE Dr. Nathaniel Sorolf, of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on "Labor in Jewish Sources" at the bi-weekly forum ol the Workman's Circle, I. L. Peretz School, on Tuesday evening. Book to be Reviewed Zamora Slates Social Events Fust in a series of dances to be given by Temple Zamora Brotherhood will be held on Saturday evening at the Temple. Music will be furnished by a live band. A Chanuka theme will be used for the Sisterhood meeting in the Social Hall of the synagogue on Wednesday evening, 8:15 p.m. A skit by Dore Senary, noted Hollywood producer, will be present ed, directed by Mrs. Leon Honig. chairman of Judaism in the home In the cast are the Mesdames Jerome Lieberman, Israel Kussner, David Kival. Michael Brown. Irving Simons. Eli Leff, Maurice Greene, and Nathan Goldy. •The Rothschilds," by Frederick Morton, will be reviewed by Babbi Solomon Schiff, of Congregation licth El. at Chapter of Hadassah on Monday, 1:30 p.m at the Knights of Pythian Hall. W. Flagler St.. Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lh HEREBY lilVKN that iInmill, i-signed, desiring t" ii-.i_ in bui Im -un ler the fictitious .. mi ol l--.' 'Kll 'A VENTURES nl "US N.B, 164th Street, Miami •>:'. Florida, Intend tu register said name with the 1 '!• 11, nl the i 'irctill Coi rl ol I >adi i bounty, i lorl la. IIAItl !).!• S. Sl'IIW AI'TZ ALBERT .1. TARRSl IN SMITH AHANDLER Attorney* r r Harold s. bchwartc -i nl i"? Lincoln Una I, Miami Beach JI: 1-TU7 i^ 7-i I-L'I -is LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOT B H t*i''t iln undersigned, di Hiring to anga business under iin fictitious namu of liKNEKAL WINDOW REPAIR SKKV1CE, ai 2110 HW 19th Terrace, mtend* to register wild name with th ClerK "f the Circuit Court of Dada County, t'lorlda. SYDNEY ROSENBERG Sole Owner KI:SSI.I:I: AOARS fog sw let Street U U ^ W1 U Jai-Alai Banner Season IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i meet in? of Torah ,1,h JUDICIAL C RCUIT. IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1284* JOSE* IN A SANCHEZ, Plaintiff, vs. Kll.i 'i ill 1 SANCHEZ, I 'efendatit. NOT CE OF PUBLICATION Tl 1 Ki'U ;|i 1 SANCHEZ, Address L'nknown Yor. Ki l.iMiin SANCHEZ, Addr THE AND Dania Jai-Alai Palace president, Boy A. Mi-Andrews, is predicting a banner season for all of South Florida, "despite the many worriers who have said the Cuban situation would hurt the tourist trade.'" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTICE IS HEREBY OlM-N that th,undersigned, desiring t" ••image in business under the fictitious name, of FkjDKRM. DISCOUNT 'ENTERS at &f 8-3(1 S.E. First Btreet, Miami, Honda. Intend in register said name *' !" 55 Clerk ni the Circuit Court ot Daue County, Florida. ,,,.,..„ w ASiiiNiinC '•!•'•': COMPANY NO. -, :t Florida corpi ration KOV N t: I 1 M A N N11BIM ER Attoi ni yt for Washington Compeni So. 2 Drug 11 83-80— 12/7-li LEGAL NOTICE %  iyman Berman )ies Here at 86 ivi II ici i Berman. of 4925 Collins • ii Saturday, Dec. 2. at the • rman came here 30 years n Bethlehem. N.H. He was Russia. .rider and vice president of •-en Academy and an of Temple Emanu-El. YeNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES lhat the undersigned, desiring to engage In i... i 11.—; under Hofictitious name ol The program will also teature a ,. |Y J-ASKEY RAMBLEK COMPANY .,! 2964.1 South Federal Highway, Homestead, Ilorlda Intend to n i name .;ii th< t'h i k of the Cli mi Court nf luil. Count}. I lorlda. CASKEY AND WALL COMPANY, ii Floi Ida Col p.. Sole < iwner I'AVID MEBMAN In Unknown, are required to file > answer lo the Complaint for Divorce, i N THE COUNTY JUDGPS with Hi Clerk of the above Court. mill serve n cop} thereof upon OINO P, NBORETTI, Attorney, 910-11 Congress Uldg., Ill N.E. 'Jo.I Avmne, Miami. Florida on "i before the 8th da) • if January, 1983, or elie complalm will be taken a* coiifeBsed. Dan -i nl Miami, I H this 30th day of November, 1962. I-;. II. I.EA1 MERMAN, I 'l< rk. i i'. till i' t Dude C illty, \" %  i (seal) I!} : C. P. Cl iPELANl I I leputs Clefl IS 7-1 I -21-2S Chanuka candlighting ceremony, according to Mrs. Harold Sliiiman. program chairman. On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. the Brotherhood will have its third Sunday breakfast in the Social Hall. Plans for a New Year's Eve party and dance sponsored by the Brother hood will be discussed .1 AIL TU. %  > for Applicant i: 7-14-21-ta LEGAL NOTICE nOCHMAN j VN, Rgl 71. %  •( UM BW 1ft ,i |i, e. 1. He oaina hern A .l.-'^.i Is vi-arb ago aiol .. raial ••%  %  • arastr. tlwas .i .-• MI icle Lodge Ma/...in i i •? tnlsatlon and •, n .i-vi ii.ii Centi r. ni.. r Dada School •inl.ir. Mt*. Anns Mr.n%  .-. h, aurvlvad iiy hi%  ..ii bamual; tlir.-e -. M \.l, lie Btone, M: --i : n %  nd Mrs. Pren la ami l" grandchildren i r. i •: %  In i ;..iii..u II %  Mitli inlrun nt :it ..I (Vim tery. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 13066 UlNOBD I IVINGSTON JAMES, Plulntiff, IAU&8, i>• • tin SE -i dl< : Sov. 2, Ulv< I d< m. %  V. .1AN. i .• %  Is, 62. ..f SJnfl Col. ..i-,i Nov. -Riverside i. IARL '.. M V •' %  "f 1 W M I) I i illi •! So* i* Klv< i -i.l. • |L lus P.. W, -I 9 I"I w Baj t| N..\. !T. Rlvi i i.l. \ i Aa Mi V' na, "5 of !3'. SW %  Ii, .i Sov I" ':." don's Him ..... if 7 ;>. Uth .-i -7. • lou'a. H*E^ .... ..i 7U'l Byron Vve.. Kivon hie In chart • lo'Ei I., na K., 87, of i %  NE *. dlad l *ac. I. 'lordon's. IISC-EL, Mis Ooldu, 8S, -i Jill Col. ,i.i !>.%  I Local arts I rdon's %  • II man, •'•. ol IMS CoUins ,i i .. i Rlvtrslde, Mi..ii i: >. IOCHMAN, Nathan fl, of l*t SW .i .1 11,,-. l. i ;->tdon's (SEA'..AN. \ ,„, II 7J, ,.! K::. illetl I •.-.-. 1. Rlvt I -i.l. i" %  MARION SAl'SDERS Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Marlon Bounders James ."•I Wberty Street Montlcello, New York Von MARH'N BAUNDKRS JAMES ara haiaby uoUflcd that :i Bill of Complnlnt f'.r Divorce has b--. n filed against iron, and you are required lo serve u cop} if your Anawer or i'i. .niiiuc !• %  the Bill nf Complaint un the ulnlntlff's Attorney, Panford H. Kramer, One i.in...in Itoad Building, Miami Beach, t lorlda and file th< oi ig In. I Answer or Pleading ii, tl nice nl ili. i'i. 11, ..i the Circuit Curt on I • the 7ih day "f January, i IMS II \..u t:,ii in do so, Judgment • i. ;.nilt uiu I-. taken ag tlnst you I for the relief de nanded In the B II of Compl Tin.ii" II.. shall be published once each '.••!, fur fotu consecutive weeks oi THE JEWISH rlAHHDlAN. IMINI: AND ORDERED %  Miami, hlorldn, this '.ili tin} %  ; 1 '• ci n Is I. v.i>. i >3. K B II: \ rni:ii.MAN, Cli rk, I'ir.-ilit t'oiirt, liade Count>, Horida (seal) Bs I.. SSEEDKS i.. n •. i '!• rk Wl'iKu II KRAMER i in.Lincoln Riatd Bldg. VI 1'.. : %  • It, I lol I'I. i V! i... ii.-v lor Plaiutlfl 12 i-14-21-SS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57800-C IN RE: Estate of Kiln • l. ln BCHMITT, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tu All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Damantto Against s.iiii Estati : V..ii ;ir.. hereby notified and required lo praaant any claim.and demands Which you may have against the estate of RCIKil.K II. BCHMITT de..•:,-i.l lat.of DADE County, fl.ilIda, to the County Judgt-s oi Dadi County, and file tin tame In their offices In the County Courthouae in Dade County, Horida, within ^i^ huv. againsi ,l„. ,.-,,.. ol MARTIN WEISREII ,i,. eased late ol Dude County, [-lorlda i" the Count) I hide fi.imtv II •! file 'l" mi* In i i ami as provided In Sectloi in thi Count> Com th—i In !' %  "' %  'ounu |.-|..., bin six cuh ndai months rrum the H th< first publli atloii .,,-,.i ..: i %  im .' Ill '•• barn d I.I,I,.I .,• Miami. Horida. this th SUM iibi i. A l' i %  -' Mil .Tl 'N I v VNI: AAdn inlstrator I.KON EPSTEIN \II..in i foi K late ISO I. III. nil Itoad Miami r... h, I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50792 I N RE: Estate of SADIE MANNHEIMBR NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given that we have fii<'I our Final Report and Petition for Distribution and final Dla. harge aCo-Ea %  of the .• %  -. ,-, ,i Sad %  Mannhettner, d< IM jsea. %  nd that ..ii th,10th day "f January, ISM will applj t" the Honorable IViunty Judges of Dada County. Florida, for approval of said rlnal Report and for distribution anil final discharge as Co-Bxecutora of the estate of thabove-nameil decedent. This 38th .'av "i November, 1MB. CLARA M. TANNBNBAUM MILTON R. MANNHKIMLR KOVNER A MANSHEIMER \: %  oi ae) s 12n Lincoln P....id Miami Bench, Florida if/T-M-ll-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL C.RCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12838 ULADYH B. L< It'KW'l >t>l'. Plaintiff, \.-. PAUL l-.l.l.li ITT I.i ii'KWiii il i, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON TO: PAI'I, ELLIOTT LOCKWOo'l R.D. ~ '. Endlcott, NV. VOU ARE hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are herebj required t< strvi a copy of your Answer in the Complain! on the Plaintiffs attorney, l.i:.-n:it KOOER8, whose %  il.li.-.-i.21 N.W. 14th St.. Miami, Florida, and file the original of your Answer in tin office "f the Clerk i.l ili.Eleventh Judicial circuit in ami for Dude County, Btorida, on or befir,tin sth day .if January. Ib3. In default of which th.Complaint will he taken as confessed by you. Dated the 2!>th day ..i November, IMS. %  :. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida tscul) By: K M. I.VMAN lit-iuit} clerk 12/7-1***1-38 COURT IN AND"FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 57435 RE: Estate M ALBERT OOU>NEB 11.1 eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraons Har. ing Claims or Demanda Agalnai Tou an hereby notified and required to present any claims '• '"amu which you ma> have against th. esta.e ,.' VLBERT OOLDNER, deceased tot • ,,j Bade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dad* County, and ftta ,l„ same in their offices In the Couni\ courthousi In Dade County. HionAdministratrix CA1DEN a ROTHENBERG Att< rneys J03 Blauayne Building Miami ;'.J. Florida 11 '23-12/7-la ir 12 7-11 --'! -JCignified, beautiful and reverently oared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alk OGUST BROS RY £ IS the BEST' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12804 MART CARNEVALI, P| ilntlff, \ -. P1ETRO CARNEVALI, "NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 1X1 PIETRO CARNEVALI Residence I'nknown vi,r vRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ., complaint for Divorce has been filed "gainst you bj MART CARXEVALI, and therefore, you are requir.d tu me voui Answer with the < lei t "i the ,i„,v, court and serve n copj tin reoi KAMl'EL POL1CA8TRO, Atl kLW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12862 OREAT SOUTHERN CO., INC., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff, EDWARD THOMAS SMITH, et al, i lefendanta. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: EDWARD THOMAS SMITH :'.sj 1 an view Avenue Kairvicw. New Jersey ROe.K R1TTE SMITH .'.all Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, New -I. i —\ TOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat a -nit has been nrmiKht against you by OREAT BOl'THERN CO.. INC., in ih. above-entitled Court, t" foreClose a mortgane encumbering the following described property, to-wit. Lot :'. in Hank .17. ui LEISURE CITY SECTION TWO, according t" the plat thereof, rt-oorded in Plat Hook .".r,, nt page 38, of the public records of Dade County, Florida: and you are required t" fill' your answei with the Clerlt "f tinClrculi Court of I'a.i, i'i'imi>. Florida, at the Coiirtlii.u.— In Miami, Florida, ,.n or befori Januers 9, l63, and '" serve i cop3 "i such anawvr upon MYERS, HE1MAN, KAPLAN .VCATSMAN. I'liiintiirnttorneys, whose address iEleven-Fifty Building, 1150 8.W. fr'irnt Btreet, Miami 36, Florida, on oi before -aid date, as required by the laws of Florida, if you fall t" it" so, in., complaint will i' taken as confessed by you and B Decree Pro Conf,.-.-i, will be entered against you for thi relief demanded In the complaint. DATED ihi.::"ili da) "f November, 19(3 I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Seal) Bl : K. M. I.V.MAN l h putj Clerk Myers, Helman, Kaplan Si Catamnn Eteven-Fift} Building 115*1 KW. I irsl Btr< et M.iiiiu 36, l lorlda 13 7-H-21-38 Estate eased. 17th Aver before l..... upon ,,,v for Plaintiff, l mi,-. Mian Florida, on y S, I! otherwls. pro Confesso will be enteretl againsi you. Dated tlo E, K LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit %  • „ ,„ ~H THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57634-C IN RE: Estate "i MISHA BOBRI 'Vi. '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit..v.and All ivi >""H ir vin t Claims or Dejnand* Agalnat Bata ^You'ara hereby notified and required (o present any olalma and demands which you may have' aptnst the estate of aUSHA BOBROW. e.-.,1 lat"f Bade County, I-WHI.-I, „', ,„.. rjounty Jud^ of Dade t ountv, and file the same In their offloes in tiiCounty courthouae m ixwi* Count*-. World*, within six ,^J*J months from the date ol the ana publication hereof, or the earn* i" Beha red k8THER BOBROW. \< Administratrix "f the of MISHA BOBROW, Law Of flees of LEONARD H. WOLF Bj: i ewla l" Cohen, Attorney for Administratrix 1160 S.W. First Sir.-' J ; : *l h v |g.i.30,18/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394-B IN RE: Estate "f ROSA STB1NME1 / '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditors and AH Persons Hay" Claims or Demands Agalnat Bald Estate: .... Tou are hereby notified and required t" present an> claim.and demands which >"ii may have against ih,. ,.M:„.,.f ROSA B+EINMBTZ de,-, i-. d late of Dade County, rTorioa, to the Count) Judges of Dade Oountv, and 111.Hisame m duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Ftanda Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouae In Dade County, rwIda within six calendar months tr-.;n the time of the first publication Her.iii or the aame iii be barred, i..,t,-,i at Miami. Florida, this IStn duj of November, A.D. I6S. Ill Til SPEYER As Executrix HAROLD A. GREENE Attorney for Exectiti i\ IIH'IN.K. I • %  :.... St. et 16 M .j 0-|S/ 3th day i,i November, THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI E*lublLshed 1914 FRonklin 3-7796 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORiDA. IN PROBATE No. 57857C IN RK: Estate of IIERTHA STERN I.. ci ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credlti rs and All Peraons Having claims or Demanda Agalnat Said Bstati Vi.u anhereby notified and re,l i r i ,. ireaenl any claims and di n-hich you may have againsi the -' I Bertha Stern di i • asi tl late "i I '"IlllU fill the \ i.l. .I in I llldi judg ll.irldn, III. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 12279 THE WII.LIA.MMU lti-.ll SAVINOS BANK, Plaintiff, va. W. I'lll'K BCHIPSKI •"! and h ISEPH1NE S' llli'SKi. inw !'• • i lefendanta. NOTICE OF SUIT TO VRTHCR BCHIPSKI JR and JOSEPHINE SCHIPSKI 7:: Leuckel Avenue Trenton, New Ji raey You anhereb> notified that the ibove captloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit ,•,,,,, ,,,the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and f"i Dade Countj t,. foreclose a mortgage upon tin* following described real nropart; Lot I. In Block '.. of I'AHKMiii'R MANOR SUBDIVISION. According; to tin PI ii Ho • rded In Plat ,f i tade Counts. and Hook is, at Page SS K< ,..,i,,i |ii.i. Cotin .i the Publlo i>. Florida, in, in duplli ate and I oy„ u p, ,i to fll" your an lion 1.1 nl.i .-;.ii .. in Hi. u office* In ili. Counts HI Pi. i 'ounty, Florida, uii i, -i\ calendar mon Hif ..in tli ,i ili. n%  ili, -a will be In. i ii hi eof, lat, a ,: Miami, I lorlda, th N ml,, v. A.D ; • %  HENRIKTT N MENDELStlHN iii. plaintiff's complaint with th i, 0 f th. aforesaid Court, and .,.,... :, cops then of upon plaintiff a attorney, MARTIN I INK, 11th Floor i .1. nil Rldg Miami 32, Florida ii"i lat' r lii-in I ii oemls r 1 %  VRD II tIKRT, Itj Leon trd 15 Bgert .\: I..-, i\ VRD '• EHERT plai S i "atsman 1 -i Miami, I'll M0 1-7693 13 7-n--'l-:> it a I '• I'r. -.-.. will be eni i"ii | i \ i SoVi i: R I.I: VTHKRM N. I i'i' i nil Court, Dadi i mints. Fli i M LYMAN tj Clerk MARTIN FINE All.-, ti. \ foi I %  %  • i'i; i il Bldg. II K-S.1-30, 12/7



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Page 6-B y $,*UHtrrMitr Friday. December 7, 1952 Hadssssh Sabbath Schedued ;n Miami Principal speakers at services riday and Saturday in honor of lariassah Sabba h marked b> Mi mi Chap.cr of the urbanization .ill be: Mrs Sheila Baron. The Will and HM Legend.' at Dade Heights Jongregation. Rabbi Harold Richer; Mrs. Norman Chasm. "A Touch of Greatness." at Ye.mdah Joshe Congregation. Rabbi Mor on Shah twits; Mr.-. George Ka.zaian. •Hada-sah and the Four Freedoms," at Beth Torah Cor-.are.ation. Rabbi Max Lipschilz. Mrs. Barnard Kramarsky. •"The Eok of Hadassah in Our Lives.' 3eth Emeih Congregation, Rabbi Stsnon April: UTS. Michael Krop. The Having Finger." at Temple Sinai ol North Dade. Rabbi Daniel yowy; and Mrs. stliu-y Langer. Hadassah Today." at Temple ndea. Rabbi Mordecai Podet At the following synagogues a.nJ -.-niplcs spiritual leaders "ill inluc'e a special Hadassah message: bi Norman N Shapiro. Beth lavid Congregation; Rabbi Samuel april, Corai Way Jewish Center; tabbi David Rosenfeld, Flagler..ranada Center; Rabbi Morton lalavsky, Israelite Center; Rabbi W 6th St.. while Mr. and Mrs. Josph Kodel. of 3801 Ponce de Leon Blvd., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry -arnoff. of 8821 SW 17th St., were %  e rved bottles of chilled sparkling hampagne in the Golden Key for <-ing third and fourth prize win. rIS happiness old fashioned? No, Indeed! But some of the best ways to happiness are old fashioned ... like the taste of real old haimishe Kasha, for instance. The kind Grandma used to make! How did she doit? Easy. As easy as beating an egg and chopping an onion. You'll see. Just follow the economical directions on the WOLFF'S KASHA package. HAVE SOME for DINNER TONIGHT BUT BE SURE YOU MAKE ENOUGH! Gobies Youth Will Report on His Stcy in Israel Michael Sanaa will be guest speaker at a regular meeting ol Menorafa Group of Miami Chapter ol Ha !. 1 in be hekl at Hillel House or. University ol Miami campus Monday n< Young Michael will relate his experience! ni Israel last summer as one of a '.earn of eight boys, ranging in age from 15 to 17 while working al the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind at Kiryat Haim near Haifa. Michael was the only non-Jew ish member of the team Sponsored by the American Jewish Society for Service, he said of the Israeli people. 'They're friendly. and hard working, and have built beautiful cities from .-cratch in so Short a time. Our life among them was simple, but so satisfying." The son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Saban. Michael is a student at Coral Gables High School. • • • Chaim Weizmann Group will have a spaghetti dinner Sunday at Miami Pioneer Club. 250 NW No. River Dr. Funds realized will go to Hadassah's healing eye project in Israel. Miss Fannie Levitt is chairman of the evening. Regular meeting In commemoration of Chanuka and the birthday of Hadassah's founder. Henrietta Szold. will take place Monday. Mrs Harry Bassine is chairman. and Mrs. Nat Goldberg, president, is in charge of arrangements Continued from P*9* Ml 1 Mrs. "Te'.cri BrnuwICl? nee" Finkenberg A Hying visit from Florence Ueilpern. who -pent *e w** end with husbana Sol. ol Miami Shore. Then rushed back to Columbia University, where she Is working on her PhD in child guidance and psychology, winch she will receive alter the New Year Three Kessler brothers having a reunion Dr. and Mrs Frank Kessler here from Peek-kill. NY., to speed some time with Mollie and Kenneth Kessler. 6770 Indian Creek Dr. Trio will be completed when Sid arrives from San Francisco and introduces a new sister-in-law to h:s family New residents in the area from Chicago are Hose and Leon Suck daughter Anita, sweet 16, who now have an Abbott Ave -> Daughter Rochelle precede: them bj 10 years, having %  1 : I re that long with husband Mike Rubin and their two .1-!". ... Eileen 13 and Alice 9 Guest of honor at the forma! dinner in the Crystal Room ol the Lombard) Hotel on Nov. 24 was Arnold, son of Cantor and Mrs. Fred Bernstein, who had observed his Bar Mitzvah that morning Color scheme was pink and white, and members ol Beth Kodesh Sisterhood had dec orated the head table and the small round tables with center pieces of white and pink and candles The evening was a gay one with dancing and entertainment for all Among the lOO gufjta were many officers of the Bath Kodesh Congregation the eel. brant'teacher. Menasha Schiii Also an uncle from New York. Leo Fischer. Robert Fischer, executive director of Jacksonville Jewish Center, and his wife. Lir.de. and Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro Young Ivan. MO of the lormer Martha Bernstein, and l.u-band Emanuel Segal, participated in the candlelithting ceremony Highlight of the weekend were two overseas phone calls, one from Arnold maternal grandmother, Mrs. Josephine C.ros.-man, in Melbourne. Australia: the other from his paternal ur.le in Prague. Czechoslovakia, whom Arnold and his mother had \ i-itcd several years ago, • Two lew Phi Beta Kappa hon orees for Miami Beach, both alums of Beach High Elected to membership in the nation's oldest scholastic honorary fraternity. Jetfre> Rubin, completing pre-med studies al the U of Florida, ai d Norman Broad, n Ol Mi and Mrs Albert Broad. Nautilus Dr %  senior in the law i| there Mr. and Mr-. Irving Rubin. Bay Dr.. planning to attend the presentation lunch eon with their son m Gainesville on the 15th of this month one member of the family, Ruth Rubin, already on the premises, in her freshman year at the school. t r So many women knitting and sewing their own garments these days, we nay see a return of the spinning wheel at an; ,, >rnem A group seen with t| vin recdles recently at the WcJ brooke Country Club cabanas b> eluded Mrs. Ed (Irad. ^• %  rkineos a black beaded dress, \\ n Maury Rudnik. putt inthe l ishing touches on a -tnkinj three-piece knitted suit, and Mrj, Hewitt Weiss amBBVOtdering a rr* hair sweater Just kniui.n', ba. beautifully, were Mrs. Al Hughs, Mrs. Irv Raskin. Mrs sy


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[Friday, December 7, 1962 fJenist: ftcridfatr) Page 3-B Sisterhood Hcs Active Schedule Mrs. Byron Cherkas. president of he Sisteuhoo of Temple Beth Am, jiiUounccthai j iji^i.nitu ivwk*. hop will be held on Sunday, 10 a.m., under Ihe direction of Helen Tall, art teacher in the publicschools. Next Wednesday. Mrs. Sdney Fagin will give a presentation on "Comparative Religion" at the' home of Mrs. Paul Kahan, chair man of the group. Next regular meeting of Sisterhood will be held on Dec. 19, at 1' am Members are asked to brin. items made by them, such asjuu'— ting, baking, jam-making, pain ing and any handicraft Item tlu can be sold. Mrs. Simon Glukstad. Oneg Shal bat chairman, has been assisted during the month by Mrs. Samuel Kalmanson. Mrs. Marvin Steir Mrs. Eugene Milgrim, Mrs. Car Spatz, Mrs. Robert Friedman, an" Mrs. William Wysocki. ting at a reception preceding the Todah->giving Luncheon given last week at the Deauville Hotel by B'nai B'rith Women on of Israel Bonds are the main particip :ts in the program. From left are Mrs. Moe Kv i!er, national president of B'nai B'rith WornMrs. Gerald Soltz, luncheon chairman; the Rev. Nancy Elizabeth Fcrsberg, minister of the Conqregational Church, who was guest speaker; Mrs. Alfred Reich, District 5 president; and Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds. More than 500 B'nai B'rith Women attended the luncheon. South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • 163rd ST. • FT. IAUDERDALE • WEST PALM BEACH • BEAUTIFUL NEW DADELAND Miami Beach Harfassah Will Honor Founder Henrietta Szold at Meetinos !iami Beach II a das ,< h ps will hemor the orfanizafounder, Henrietta S/old. by December functions liadassah Medical Organfian. Mliliated with the National Citi us Committee of the World Health irgantzation. the Medical Center known for its /ar-reachniassistv to new nations, ar.d haMl i -:.mdard tor health, research '.caching on the highest level ijentific knowledge. Mrs. Meyer Golden, Ha Bay Harbor Group will meet Monday noon at the Beau Rivage Hotel Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will deliver several dramatic and humon is sketches, and a candlelighti %  rcmony will follow Ihe regbusinesi agenda. • • • I. R. Goodman Group will hold :• membership party on Sat urday evening at the home of Mrs. in Miller. 5493 No. Bay Rd. • # • :i-borah Group moot* Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the home of Dr Leo Levin, 82a Fairway Dr. Heril Group Will have a dc-Mii luncheon at the K len Roc Hotel on Monday. Cantor Herman K Gottlieb, accompanied l>y Miss Esther Barrett, will offer a program of songs for Jewish Music Month. • • Israeli Group meets Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel for a Chanuka celebration. Mrs. Henry H. Wernick will he guest speaker. i* Emma Lexarus Group will hold a Chanuka party on Monday noon at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., on Normandy Isle. A film. "The Essence of it All." will be shown. too Morton Towers Group meets at the Morton Towers Restaurant on Monday noon. Dr. Morton B. Bramson will relate his impressions of the medical services he MW during his recent trip to Israel. Renanah Group will have a regular business meeting on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the home ot Mrs. Morion Bramson. 4549 Pino Tree Dr. Hanna Senesch Group is planning a luncheon meeting at the Eden Roc Hotel on Mondaj Guest speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and a musical program will be presented h\ Sina Sv ee, Henrietta Szold Group v ill meet at the Algiers Hold at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. The afternoon v ill include a candlelighting ceremony in memory of Henrietta Szold, and vocal selections by Mrs. Celia Beckerman, Stephen S. 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Page 12-A rJewisJh ihrkUmr Friday, December 7, 1962 Canadian Gov't Leaders Hail Gold^ RABBI JONAH CAPLAN Continued from Page 1-A by Israeli Ambassador Yaacov Herzog. The part) was attended b) members of the Canadian Cabinet, Parliament and members of the diplomatic corps Addressing a press conference, the Israel Foreign Minister said she was convinced the day would come when it would be possible to withdraw the United Nations Emergency Force from the Israel Egyptian border The question is i no ol special interest here sinei about 1,000 Canadians are in s< r vice in the 5,000-man peace tone. Mrs. Meir said she could not Rabbi Caplan Will be Honored Saturday At Adath Yeshurun Testimonial Here Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will be honored at a testimonial dinner bj Temple Adath Yeslnirun on Satur day evening at the Carillon Hotel The dinner will center around the $;o,ooo campaign nou in pro greSS at the Temple for completion of the sanctuary and Hebrew school at Adath Yeshurun. More than $25,000 in initial gifts have already been made, according tn Abraham Kessler, chairman ol the camp.n Mrs. Daniel Bonberg is chairman of the dinner, and Martin Grossman is co-chairman. Rabbi Caplan returned to the pulpit of Temple Adath Yeshurun last July alter an absence of a year and a half. He previously served the congregation on a parttime basis. He is a graduate ol Yeshiva University, and lor live years was Florida director of Yeshiva activities here Charles Ros< i erg is president ol Adath Yeshurun. Mrs Joseph Gersten is president of the Sister. hood, and Norman Goldstein is Mi n's Club president. hazard ..an, opinion j>i\.ho\\ soon tJuX. withdrawal would be possible, and s.ud she had not seen any signs on the part of the United Arab Republic that it was prepared for an arrangement that would make tins withdrawal possible. She said that the presence of the United Nationforce had resulted in -quite a radical change in the border situation from what it had previously been, she stressed that Israel was "prepared and anxious to go into peace negotiations with all our neighbors at any tune and at anj plan' Mis Meir also revealed that in her talks with Prime Minister Jewish Worship Hour Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of O gation Beth El. will be guest on the Jewish Worship Hour this Sunday, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 10, WI.HVl His topic Will be Meeting Lite's Challenge Beli Jacob Leaders Name Chairmen For Testimonial Banquet Here in March A testimonial '. honBeth Facob l of Mi) Beach sometii March, Morris B frank, president ol this week announced that Councilman Marcie Liberman has I < hairmanship of th Serving as i chairmen w ill i • e f Miami Beach \ ice Maj n Maiuu Englander, Ben I ihen, Counilman Bernard F r a nk, B i"'./. all Beth Jacob, Advi: Lerner, first nice p. K I rj. Han ej Tendtor. Jos eph 'ohen, Harry I i< m I M x 1). Gdldhagen, U a Mi >> r, Dan R Israi I Schultz, Morris Si MarCoral Chapter Dinner Dance Coral Chapter of the American Medical Center is sponsoring a dinner dance Sunday. 7:30 p.m.. at Westbrooke Country club. The group's largest fund-raising vent of the year, proceeds will aid local hospitals and the Cancer Re-arch Hospital in Denver rj .' Sonz and Mrs Louis Baida, i nl of the Sisterhood. Rabbi Tibor Stem, spiritual 1 u of Both Jacob, said that the following board members will be %  red I I %  • U : %  >J. ..• • V. i : tlnw, %  Mai -... I : i, I \ • Max Mai Kai -. W is %  s %  : • • ;..!... %  tl I • ". %  \ Sufi M .1 M .. %  v A %  r REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Creater Miami's largest i. Oldest Supplier tor Synaqoques. Hebrew t Sunday Schools. Wholesale S, Retail lSKAHi SinS AND NOVUTltS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 BEYER Funeral Home JEWISH OWNED AND OPERATIC 16660 N.E 19th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-8691 HAIRY W. BEYER, F.D. 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Both Mrs McCaffrey, former national president of the Federation of Women's Hubs, and Dr William-, vice president of the I niversitj of Miami, have toured Israel extensively. The Zionist Council of with I Ida, headed by Roth, is comi of representatives of the Zionist c instituent bodies in South Flori 'a. The organization maintains an educational piouram disseminating information which reflects the cultural, political and economic aspects of the State ol Israel, and Interprets Israeli policy to the American people Zeev Dover. Israel Consul I i the Southeastern United States, ex tended greetings from the State of Israel to the meet LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 AMERICAN ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE t> 1357 WASHINGTON AVE.. MB. JE 1-7722 Complete line of Israeli and Domestic Gifts: a no Synagogue. Hebrew School and Individual's Religious Items. 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~^-.r A > jUvi/ r ^r Friday, December 7 Bobby's Try Out By MAX LEHSES CJA Trades and Professions Units Pick Appointees for '63 Welfare Drive .... i B r ::: K.-.r. • T • > %  •.-. OS 7M AGE Of OVM1W Th Ac* ml Ovf*i $ ••> • "t :' Mn LenWt J'es* M S* 5-J.VI^ *• &f B>e we*w P9* '*-*_ ... %  %  %  %  • %  • • • Ei^.^y -*- hi Boston -ike* • *or grafted MMI Hi s o-i — i' ; ... • -. letr Nd for the --:.--... .";Ita Man rear*. h:cb is rDara : %  Thai meaau thai Bobby am stake M ....%  A:, D e.:her m 1*M h*n his brwh:.r :.-.-. Pre^er.cy _;.r .T els* in IS mhen he :-~ Go-. •Ekfcl Peabudy who is hoJd.r^: oe tenacious!} to lus .-_:.:.. v -.ireeJy dispute the claim of I -- %  ; %  %  •! he owes even his hairbreadth aaarj:.ft* u. ino-:her Kennedy Very se johrj MM Hi £-> tor the >eir GiMU — li I ha B I ha would Bake hue ready for aaaMMl.-; iMM %  H | .-.ertor-h-r the : -lear enough Be--x .-.-. ill Bobby has shown, he has ihm :: m an aprc post He must now akeu haa \ eeettxc abdny fa grm state, wfcich is beeon-pnautboard for the PTesadeatial wntwu. • • • %  %  .. -. : • -. I • %  A Kahlil R.tM iRw Kw w M- s irvc *s HC:5 • -j c-i —i~i" 3 e* n e ***>•;-.-; -c T-"ipc< r s C s iR.sse %  %  f"i successla re 3 **is pes* m pr*iys *rs ill *a*e M hfcl co-chjirm+n **jrc* Ab*soo. ei CrossIvy >rire*w Corp. r>d SeyrnOur Somertm, •< fanfKin AK : ^ A pfl -" tarj %  Srearte* M -" Apcwal Zamora Brofherheod Donee Fir1 in b) Temple berhood throughout th< ;.par will b %  jij^U, I .•._ in h' T( mpli Socia function trill ft-o'. ire : 1 da I iir.^ ja:i HMUii Hatikvah Lodge Adds Members pa B (". I Hatikvah Lod| nth, week reported th ..• now Dumba emAt a general member ui| here 120 new member> wert The rituaJ tearr. ra ; ,, ni -'• Mejef i hert u &an %  is S A I: K Post-Confirmands Club in Election It the N 51 •*er* < Freerrsr. presJ er '•etarj ; 1 %  "-' n at t*se dinner r -rptw et i l Pntet twM •*•*%  Grt. ? Emuee TaRschara I N-i-Berssteam, Boba: IK • •• • Breaaef Larrj r • -i :' the -• %  : Med "* mmm B0££f7 HrtSlU American Medical Center .• >-—. i• %  %  %  %  %  .. %  % %  • ... .. Don't smoke another cigarette until xm learn \\hat VICEROYS 7 *%„ n A : \\mcan do for your taste! • • %  : %  : t ~ i f 1 i %  **.*• *'" itMil wsnradBs—ntMtef "JH Vhn F^rsaiew. a %  • 1 id i^Lawe J >eaaaaafes—aac U. ie tihef >iJt> wi-. z* -4*e smajca She* -w>i> aoo KK*i Htrr^—then Vkeao) *ejve thew b) a spec**! pivc** inao The fVrp We*sr Filler .tw\e> DURIMe THE HEX... US I SEE II x — i-rw Deep ^w* FJhet — i*nd> e-e^ irf deef rc*eS the rVher to p\-e N.XI *\WKVriul >n*x>diiws. ei\e TOI atxwj ia>ae—the penevt r :ibe ao waf \Ven-n derv-^J^d Sleixi ^ — IUM wkr \ **K<\ i.*e Sener than e\ bew-xt' L Daati sndkt mmt\m caja>ve>e untw you team tui Vnwv can dto Kw * T\>\i\0 i\l\llli,'\ ^|f* • -.L**y: w.^. %  •• % % 



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Page 10-B %  ki S SI.. wiH he** Open House m S day from 2 to 6 p.m. •We have always left that elder 1>. chronically ill patier.'.s can be rehabilitated at lea>t to the point uhere they are aware cf ami tale some part in group activi accordion to Ferdinand H Raaesv thai. Howe Our new structure will permit u* to practice eur therapy plan taatawal Hj keep tKe patient owt o* bet as much as possible, bwsy wilhin his physical limitations, afd keep*** him from the kind at 'veeetation Irvin KOni :r. :: Smith cr.d Kcrach. architectural firm here. dates Fa i H. Rosenthal. director of Coral Gabws Cor • HotM or. AM newly-remodeled -nrr: ct 7080 SW Hk 5: that scmetimes overtakes longtime convalescents." R tS ; II physical facilities nipro*. t the mental urd recwBcrattrc process Oj patients. Rosenthal sought the architectural services ot Smith 4 Korach. who pbyed key roles in the Mastnactifla ol M: Smai Hospital and Cedars of Lebanon Hos pitai here. as well as numerous ether ^enatnc-orier.ted mstuu"CeeOthiQf about the new Coral nvalescent Home iplar.accor to Rosenthal. where patients are treated in conjunction with their doctora I -" I increase aeti•ecome "par. or. no matter how limited a scale. A prominent feature of the Home iIk* pr.valerce of grab-rail-, permitun, etas walking about the building u>r patients, cheerful pa>tel colors have more than just beauty to their credit, since pastels have a calming eftect. says RosenUnusual "sky domes" built into the ceiling allow natural light ar.d warmth to penetrate into the central corridor. Natural air circulates freely, "because it is more desireable than air-conditioning from a central unit. Some elderly convalescents wear two sweaters when the temperature reaches W degrees. Natural coolress stimulates the appetite, an important feature of this kosherstylo home." Each roam has individual, reverse-cycle air-condiioning. Fii •' %  i ng. the ultini ealesca I boa a< ing to Roa Hug %  S where exper sical an ; occvpati natieatioa to pal room —a %  %  • %  %  I :h< i.er Societj former a-ol lit Sinai Hospital rector Uw tor the %  %  — • %  %  Beth David Has Varied Program Beth David Sundav morning adult nar form 11 a m to 12 15 p.m .' this we*k will feature Dr Joseph Hurvitz. who will discuss "Science and Religion—Do They Conflict''' On Tuesday evening. 9 to 10 p m in the forum series on Giants in Jewish Literature." Rabbi Morton %  alaeak) will --peak <.n l*aac L Peretz Challenge of Yiddish %  ana Rabbi Malavsky is past president of the Rabbinical Assn., and serves as TV chairman for the organization. on Tuesday evening. 8:30 p.m.. Beth David YouBf will hold a regular tneetin; -\nagogue. Planrill be ed^or Ue Chaouka pan held on Sunday Only members ol th. attend, but adults be •. 15 may become OH n.bcrdoor. Beth David Sista bruncheon on W a m in Spector H tr will be Dr. J<>-epi 1 and the program a Chanuka wOffhsl nial convention re; %  • tft •• %  -i* S. %  n and or nk%  will, %  inTHE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI invites the Jewish Community to a MEMORIAL MEETING AND HESPED in tribute to the great Gaon, Renow %  %  Torah Authority and Leader of World Jewry RABBI AARON KUTLER who passed away from our midst last v. t<< MR. IRVING BUNIM National Jewish leader, of New Yoc. will deliver the H*sped Sunday, December 9ih, at 11 A '.*.. at the Hebrew Academy BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHfcR CONVALESCENT HOME • NON PROFIT NCN-SECT*tAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY L eStct Si-c-'. :• :-• -" -•ei" >. %  J %  •Dc Hi: H E.-Dtr*Ct#* 2-^HCUR NJRSING DOCTORS ON OH ALL OETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SUfttCUMOlN O0(KH IQ(j:*lin t MMROMCJ rwi*O0' M .f • 310 CV'im Aa. Ph. Jf 2 3571 W c: U • T.kva Records For Chanuka •. %  :• I L. \ Tal S6 % 


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friday. December 7, 1962 Jmlstinnrlcticir \ Page 7-E The MeAmi story MEAMI, THE FIRST SETTLEMENT IN ISRAEL NAMED AFTER AN AMERICAN CITY. MEAMI, THE FIRST PROJECT OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. MEAMI, A PERMANENT REMEMBERANCE OF THE AFFECTION OF JEWS OF GREATER MIAMI FOR ISRAEL. MEAMI NEEDS YOU TO HELP BUILD THIS SETTLEMENT. CALL OR VISIT THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMI, 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH OR PHONE JE 8-6464 Dr. Irving Lehrman chairman of iha J.N.F. Foundation Leon J. Ell, president Leon J. Ell. president of the J.N.F. Council of Greater Miami addressing Israeli and J.N.F. officials at the dedication ceremonies al the site of the new M.-Ami settlement. November 6. 1%2. National J.N.F. leaders c.nfer with Greater Miami leaders on eve of departure at Tel-Aviv. Israeli Army escort of group to site of MeAmi. (center hill)



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1M •Mnisttkrfcftor Friday. December 7. 1962 SCOPE c-> ALAN SMECTER ....;.-: Bart; MUSK -. %  gNW %  •vl". y*i .v• • • •• N ^i: i r-r.-N: •• %  i.T< I ... %  • • %  %  %  Capacity Crowd Views Groundbreaking For Kear-Million Dollar Expansion Here • • %  •. lav f •... •v. .'.T *i&r i c l*x fvx'i's *^ rmrai'v.'^N •~*f>* *• %  "• ,v -.- M>T.f rvr .-*n i-fr. JV -t* xuu> irij ,-nmw**>* ant Jiii ? Hi • i -rjr>* the %  —f; w^r r>nc --nr n~*C m*-m*w"V 'i! 1 i.i:-., heart n vadli J ."t. 'I %  HOI ;ilimi .if:: Urfl Uw n-r;. I : i • SV :i i S iciio-f I>onrr Sot-or mui n i HI It! jTDCfirs pvervwtiro the new expansion program at the Jewish Home for the Aged is I et that the firm of Smith icrved anptnialate tr<.h::>.-r• A j revealed that this same firm also lent an architecnand to Mt. Smai. Cadi Lebanon. Osteopath.c and Nation. %  .: Cardiac H->spitals. other medical laci and Id C, Smith a-e instil iti %  %  build• K ir*< b, We al •: un -an in• J! look'." In :'.rach is I architect, keeping with the newest trends in %  truction and the nernment's new aids to ising for the elderly. Korach'l secret for keeping up late is • brainstorming" with iss ciates and with other in seminars that re rends and architec problems. This kind of study and professional combined with Kuration and natural .L'tedly the rea% %  ... ~.ful at designing institutions that radiate warmth and per.-onali-y batta! of conveying a cold, kearj uj sll tutional image. rf >~^v^^^ Elderly Lady Wishes to Share HEft %  ROBKI APABTMENT on *,., Beach with aathef women ROOM •0*RO I SMAU SALARY ir aSmm (tr light h*sti*tpin9. Mn. M H>tt*r. 1412 tclid Ae.. Apt. 14. BY OWNER OUTSTANDING BUY ieit Sovthweit Rtotol Section, I Beovtifvl Dtlait, Forni^h^d l^tf. r—m AtartaMfitv Two Yecrt Old. Ifr conditi*nd) heot-d Ot>i Trantportation I Skoppinq. HI 4-7285 WANTED WOMAN ACCUSTOMED TO KOSHER DIET to take car* •( tWcrly couple. LIVE IN. I0OA4. BOAKO I SAURY JE 2-9182 Wife-saver. Nav<* tinw, sfiies troahk. Sure. \nd no puilt iVhiig> ASCHI: opening caaiv Horn could Lho?Y rap, when DOI e>ira you j^eaM cook that you are'' if yon 'CTY to spond cndlea hours thA. >OU don"*: hA^ie coA*d come up "ith so tasr> s vw^tanm dish* And so proMni lo|*p> • Omot a week AUCASI make ^ip-Out-Neod}e$s-Work, TiAftAi-Yoir>FAinilvRif hi -N'^irh: aerve 'em fttma sirk-th \^ctjLriAn Kosher EK .-.-/vfc./.



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December 7. 1962 fJenist Fkridiaur UTTER TO THE EDITOR Page 5-A Rabbi Disputes Colleague's Right to Speak for All EDIT: 1 The Jewish Floridian: eek's Jewish Floridian, r to the editor by Rabbi • n ith regard to relischools, hi' stated that ran Jewish Congress has speak "n behalf of all -.•) people, and thai he ild Testament readings in the AJl' does no) speak wry, Rabbi stern does for all Irthodox Jev ibM advocates the reading i' '-t Old Testament in the If we have Old Testd•ladings, would not the .ns be justifiej in their ;)< for readings from the '. < 'is'.imeni? In the schools "lere are 98 Jewish there are Christmas every room. Does the •Sink that ror.-Jewish • -odd refrain from read%  the Nativity, t, pre ally if it • C'd Testament is being i %  ad' i' assume that only the men) will be read, are -sume thai the teachers pre! i le Old Testament -it of Judaism, or raher -!i oi i hristianitj. and re harm than good? \ : • that any Jew who sup n in t'n schools is beg. ssimil ition I feel thai be thankful for the le • %  Supreme Court, whic h ur right noi to bav • our elig ius|j bramw ashed :ool sj nem 'iSBI DAVID LHH3FIELD - Schoen, .mi lent will be furnished bj %  >ir\ en>, organist "Sir' I, mi ie Balmoral or CiATIII* YOi'K V A IX AWAY Toncen'rj'ed Liquid Suifobath •!MERAL SPRING BATHS IN YOUR OWN HOME LOOK and FEEL YOUNGER BETTER kr COMMENDED by DOCTORS NURSES and THERAPISTS to • vlFVE PAINFUL / I THRITIS tHJUMATISM • V.MULATE CIRCULATION • REVITALIZE SKIN and MMCU TISSUE • DOTH* TENSE NERVES Witfu .tt Using Dangerous Drugs ~Only 9SL7S Now Available at leading drug stort-. Reg. Siio bottle contains 8 Cc-iiiifttrattd Mineral Baths or 16 Hard or Foot Buths FOR SPECIAL CONVINCING TRIAL SIZE BOTTLE and new informative booklet describing (mating beneficial effects of MINERAL SPRING BATHS IN YOUR HOME Svntl M* Chr 11 Money Order or Cash to SULF-O-BATH, INC. P.O. Box 737 Mii-mi Beach 39, Fla. I riday, Nov 2. and his analysis ol the Cuban situation and its com-! parative feature, with other situations, li is refreshin ;lj healthy to see a lew editor.speak out that, perhaps, omprocrastination has gained hunted initial victory from v hub 'lie So\let policy and inter : ational Communism will gain marked recognition in the VVesi li ;it .ill possible, l would like very much to sec Mr. Mindlin continue his analysis of the present crises, as it would seem that the American people need continuous emphasis re arding these situations VV. B. WELCH, MD. South Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I am enclosing herewith a copj < %  a letter which we have received from the National Office of the Bo> Scoutof America, as well as a copy of our acknowledgement of that letter. As is obvious, the National Boy Scouts declare: "... there is no question thai in his enthusiasm (Norman Benson's) to fight Communism, a mistake was made in distributing that piece ol literature to boys in his troop."' In addition to other expressions of regret offered by them, I deom this statement from ths Eoy Srouts not only a welcome cne, but a staiement which I am confident will result in a more careful exercising of discretion on the part of those who have assumed the responsibility of leading young people I am also aware thai the columns by Leo Mindlin in The Jewish Floridian. which we had shared with the Boy Scouts of Amer lea, so pointedly and effectively articulated the issues, as to make a meaningful contribution to the satisfactory determination of the matter. Quite apart from reporting the news. The Jewish Floridian and Mr. Mindlin have performed a public service for which the par cuts nt Scouts throughout the community might well be grateful, NATHAN PERLMUTTER Executive Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation Leagce "Peace" Ship Jerusalem are simply beyond words. This also applies to the warm greetings extended to us by the Jewish communities of each of the islands. A word about our "beautiful lady," the SS Jerusalem: It was simply built to whisk her passengers away from their daily routine and carry them into an upper world of music, entertainment, and sights of which dreams are made. NATHAN SOKOL Miami Beach EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: My wife and I have just returned from the Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem We think the kind of pleasure we derived from this cruise can nol be bought for any sum. The atmosphere on board, the official red carpet treatment afforded us on each of the seven islands we visited, and the many receptions honoring the arrival of the TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives ttronger,' fnter relief from pain of headache but I* also tafer. Won't upset the •tomach and has no bad effects. You aee, Anacin is like a doctor's preaenption. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. 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Friday. December 7, 1962 +Jenist fk>rSdlgairi Page 9-B Ck urmin uowrs. dLJult Zi THE Grand B;i!lroom of the %  KoDtiiini'bleau Hotel WU the -citing last weekend for the fourth annual Scholarship Ball -ponsored by the Classroom reachera Assn. Over a thousand people intended the gala affair. An active and attractive chairman was Mrs. Sidney Stekpin, who chose a floor-length formal lor the occasion. Her iced blue ihantilly lace gown was flecked uith silver lame and silver sequins. Mrs. Edward Pastroff wore a i iyal purple silk crepe with a bateau neckline, bracelet-length \es, and slight gathers over (he hips. Honey bcigc-colorel -ilk shantung was the choice of Mrs. Samuel Barish. Her twopiece ensemble featured a blouse thai tucked in, had a high collari <1 neckline and three-quarter length sleeves; while her skirt had modified peg pockets over the hips. Mrs. Martin Haness' silk or.1 print was in the classic shirtwaist style, in an abstract prinl in tones and shadeof inii rise blues Wife ol the president "f CTA, Mrs, Pat Tornilio, selected a twopiece gold brocade of the casual fitting overblouse and the sheath -kirt. Her gold-colored orchid matched her ensemble. A black silk crepe sheath was the choice of Mrs. Ben Kazer. Her neckline was BOftly draped, and her sleeves were bracelet length. Miu_ -n i .-. .1 iiniv r* >IlCai!l was worn by Miss Judith Cold, and was lopped with a black se.1 .,..,..,,. I),,, .1 kino ,,l,,!' aim w.is iuii|eu v. .ui u uitii i\ •-" quined sweater, Royal blue chi ton with a fitted bodice and in skirl wa-een on Mrs Ralp Bartel, ifill ph W IFE of Dr. Joe Hall, superintei lenl Ol the Dade Coni'ty I.-. ore a dress and jai k. | nsemble of royal blue la e over silver. Her skirl followed the Parisian "A" line. Wife of CTApast president. Mrs Allan Stratton. chose red chiffon, with the back interest of a low-draped cowl at the neckline. Mrs. Al Dermer. who's hus band is vice president of CTA. fore a black silk sheath she bough! in Paris. Designed along classic lines, with the emphasis on fabric and elegant simplicity, her dress had a square neckline, -mall cap sleeves, and two selffabric Hat bOWS al the waist. B'nai Sholom Social Wednesday rhood of Temple I'.'nai Sholi.s cial an I relig i us pr igramming II hold ••< annual paid-up for Hie youth ol the congr rship affair on Wednes ay President, Mrs Louis Aronovitz, is in charj e ol arrangements for r pr, ject of the Sisterhood the Wednesday meeting. A viva Group Has Dinner Dance Annual dinner dance in behalf of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center sponsored by the A viva Group of lladassah will beheld Saturday. 7 p.m.. in the Imperial Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Gerald Schwartz is chair-. man of the S20.-a-couple function. with proceeds going to speed the completion of the S25.000.000 medical center now in operation in Ein i Karem. Israel. Co-chairman is Mrs. Burton Leviv. with Mrs. Allan Michaelson I president of the Aviva Group. Mrs. : Norman Share is decorations chairman, and Mrs. A. Edward Cohen is lladassah Medical Organization chairman for the group. Chuck Shorago and his four, popular band which played for the 1901 medical center dance held at King's Bay Country Club, again heads the entertainment program. Mrs. Schwartz emphasized there are no speeches on the agenda for Saturday evening. Mrs. Gerald Klugerman is reservations chairman. The me ical center, which includes the Hebrew University-Hadassah medical and denial schools, is alread\ considered one of the outstanding medical i, search centers in the Middle Bast. At the head table will he Mrs Sam Pynchansky. president., Miami, Chapter; Mrs. Albert Zuckerman, president, Biscayne Chapter; Mrs. Herman Keller, president, Louise Wise Chapter; Mrs David Muskat, chairman. South Florida Council; Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, president, Florida Women's Division; Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress; and Harold Kramer, executive director, Southeastern Region. Chairman for the day will be Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national vice president of the Women's Division. Mrs. Charles Goldberg, of the Louise Wise Chapter, will be presented with a gold life membership medallion. Hostess will be Mesdames Lillian Reiss, Eleanor Rosenstein. Frieda Klein. May Laden. Sara Black. Ruth Quartin. Eva Blum, Frances Herder, Anne Winter. Ruth Baum. Sara Cohen, Yetta Kogan, Mae Suchcr, Helen Becker, Ruth Bruce, Ida Weintraub, Abraham Gittelson, Julian Frank. Dolly Baum, Jack Sands, V.'illiam Brown. Leonard Sidersky, Harry Woidowsky and David Goldberg. Southwest Center Sisterhood Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold its second annual Chanuka donor mart and dinner Sunday at the Center, 0438 SW 8th St. Dinner will be served from 4 to 7 p.m. Chanuka gifts will be on display and sold at nominal price-. Junior Bowl Queen Sought Entries are still being accepted bj the Miami Beach Recreatiton Department for the 1902 Junior Orange Howl Queen contest to be held Friday evening at the Gv^an Front Auditorium, 10th St. and Ocean Dr. j j Three finalists will be selected to represent Miami Beach in the final judging to be held on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Coral Gables Youth Center. Supervisor is Walter Reid. Girls between 12 and It are eligible and contestants arc asked to wear an informal party dress, not evening clothes. Entry blanks may be picked up at any Miami Beach playground office, the teen-age centers at Flamingo and North Shore P.'rks, or at the Ida M. 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"age 2-A •, kn i *#• fhrkiiair Friday. December 7, 1962 Alfred Daniels and Robert Macht Will Head Combined Appeal Mercantile Unit TKADtS AND PROftSSlONS PAGE 6-4 RUoiRT MACHT Temple Sinai Has Chanuka Program Offiii rs .a !• m| li Sii ai Sister • ood v ill participate in a special Chanuka eandlelighting service at, meeting to be hold Wednesday • vening in the Temple auditorium A donor's market, sponsored b) :he donor committee, will display home-baked goods made by Sister-, hood members, as well as jewelry I ;.nd cosmetics. A social hour and card game? ill follow the regular business, meeting. Allied ii Daniels, president t Burdines, and Rolvrt Ifacht. president of Jordan Marsh, have accepted the co-chairmanship of the Mercantile Division for the 1963 Coml ined Jewish Appt-al campaign, it was announced by Samuei rriedland and Ernest Jam.-. Combined Jewish Appeal co-chairmen, "In l hi year w hen our CJA campaign ill honi notable anniversaries th< 25th anniversarj "i our own Greal r Mi, mi .'< ish 1' di rati I the Inited Jewish Appeal, we are < %  tally proud to ha' > stam leaders of I i tile stry as Macl the • • oi oui ca npa gn, th< ci -chairnv Dan els who served as chairman of the Mercantile Division : n 1961, and as vice-chairman of .he I960 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, has a long record of communal activity which includes positions w : th ihe New York City United Jewish Appeal, the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, and the Jewish Family Service of New York, as well as the American Red Cross. He has been an active member of the Downtown Miami Business Council of the Dade County Development Board. Annual Refugee Debate Opens Continued from Page 1-A Ghoury made the customary Arab charges that Israel had violated international law by "robbing" the Arab people' of their property He assailed United States sup port of the "unlaw tul Zionist occupation" and supplying Hawk missiles to Israel, lie "highly commended'' Dr. Davis for an earlier report that "works were not feasible for the refugees and that "the Arab people" wante only repatriation of the refugees to Israel as the solution JAM m kWV MA* s m TERMITES^ WORK ALL YEAR car^ ** GROUND Orlcin for the sake of your home Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Sew York, N.Y. ( Special) For the first time science has found a now healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop rectal itch and t* relieve pain—without surgery. In ease after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing subStance (Bio-Dyne*) -discovery of a world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available In tvpyosit'iry or oivtmfnt form andt-r the name Pre)Mtration U*. At all drug counters. WANTED COMPANION-HOUSEKEEPER for Elderly Woman, live in. Apt. vicinity of Lincoln Road. Write TJ.., Box 2973, Main ••steffke, Miami 1, Flo Macht. who serves on the board of directors of Temple Israel, was chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Mercantile Division in 1962. He is a member ot the board of directors of the Dade National Hank, the board of trustees of 1'nited Fund, and the executive ] committee ol the County Planning Committee of the Miami Dade ALFklO H. 0ANIE1S Count> Chamber "i Commerce \co-chairmen, Macht and Dar iels will schedule a campaign pron on behall ol the 1963 CJA cam| nd hold meetings with i i | Gn ater Miami men an tile orgi %  tn select chair men in their division and plan for unparalleled support in the silver arniversarj year ol Federation and oi the United Jewish Appeal UM p7of.linii Speak Here Guest at the monthly breakfast meeting of Temple Ner Tamul Men's Club will be Prof. Bernard Schecterman, of the University of Miami Department of Government. this Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Schecterman will play a tape dealing with Korean prisoners ot war. which was originally classified material. He will also answer questions on foreign relations and brain-washing. 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Page 8-A *Jewi$tiFk>r*(f'ftr Friday, Dece—ier 7 962 Parley Asks World Action Against Anti-Semitism ConTinued from Page 1-A brink cf obstruction during the Hitler ere." Fhoto-copios of a letter from lieorge Lincoln Rockwell, lead* r of the American Nazi Party, and temporary commander of the World \ nion of National Socialists, showing he was planning a world congress of Nazis to be held in Argentina in i9t>3. were i istributed to the Jewish leaders hero. Alec Easterman, World Jewish Congress of International Affairs, revealed some data showing the global ramifications ot resurgent Nazism-Fascism. There were 23 international assemblies of such organizations in the last two years, he said. West German statistics, he declared, showed there were 85 such! organizations in Germany and 450 outside Germany. He noted there had been recent printings of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" in large editions in Brazil. E^>pt and Eng. land. Israel Sieff. president of the European executive of the World Jewish Congress, urged, in an address, that the entire free world, ihrough its governments, parliaments and churches, take vigorous action against a resurgent movement of Nazism and which, he said, threatens all democratic freedoms "It is tragic that Jewish organizations from many countries," sail! Mr. Sieff. should be obliged, in 1962, to meet lo deal with Ihe menace of the revival of Nar-Fascist anti-SemitismTo minimize the recent manifestations ar.d incitements to violence against Jews and other racial and religions groups would be to repeat the tragic error of the 1920's arc" 1930s which resulted in the holocaust." He cited the activities of the Naii-Fascist groups in Britain and Latin America in the past year. 1'roof that "the heirs and successors" Of Hitler Nazism are attempting to form a worldwide antiSemitic organization under the temporary leadership of Rockwell, and planning to hold a world con -ress of Nazi-Fascists in Argentina, was submitted at the United Nations lasl weekend to Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, president of the General Assembly. The proof, in the form of a photo copy letter from Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, was bmitt ed by Dr. Maurice L Perl*, of violatingBritain's **fe<*** .:. head of the World Jewish vt through the holding of anti. department ol interna ; cm jtj c demonstrations affairs. The WJC has consultal vc status at the United Nation: The Rockwell letter dated lasl Ocl 3. written on swastika-embl oned stationery >t the American \azi Party, and concluded with ••Heil Hitler," was addressed to three persons i:i Buenos Aires, identified as Ferreyra, Dubrow, and Muller, of the Argentine National Socialist Front Rockwell took over world leadership oi the Nazi movement this fall, when Colin Jordan. British leader ol the movement, was jailed tor a ninemonth term alter being convicted SHERATON Spy's Sentence Up 15 Years JERUSALEM |JTA' The Israel Supreme Court rejected this week the appeal oi Dr Israel Beer. [i nr.er member of the Israel Army General staff, from a tea-year sentence for espionage and increa the sentence to IS years. Dr Beer, who held the rank ol colonel, was a lecturer on military tory in Tel Avn University when • was arrested last January The case attracted widespread notice because of his association with thi NATO as a military expert and purported friendship with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. The Tel Aviv District Court had found him guilty on three counts of maintaining contact with foreign agents and transmitting secret military information. Proceedings in both the trial and the appeal were held behind closed doors but the judgments made it evident that the espionage efforts were on behalf of an East European country. The office of the Israel Chief of Staff was reported to be consider big revoking Dr, Beer's rank as Army colonel. 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.-, December 7, 1962 knitf fh-rMton Committee Named for Beth David Annual Patrons Dinner Dance Here Dec, 16 Page 11-B I / Dinner dance committee lor the annual Patrons Dinner <>i Beth David Congregation was announced tbia week bj Phillip Schiff, chairman of the function. Named to the committee were Miami Citj Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz and Mrs. Aronovitz, Moo Atkins, Mr and Mrs. Sam Badanos. Mr. arcl Mrs Harold Berke. Walter Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, Sam Octrowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Marion I'ozen Henry RosengftJten, Herschel Rosenihal. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ron, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Mr and Mrs. Charles Spingarn, Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traurig. Last week, Stem she in announced that Alan Gale, nationally-known comedian and entertainer, will be guest artist at the annual function, which is scheduled for Sunday evening, Dec. 16, in the Grand Ballroom of Beth David Congregation. Gale, who operates his own Celebrity Club in Miami Beach and New York, will be joined by Lon Norman and his orchestra on the entertainment program. Meanwhile. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin were this week named in charge of reservations and entertainment. Heading up decor, motif, and physical layout of the ballroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross. Schiff, past president of Beth David and current vice president in charge of fund-raising, said that "limited reservations will be available to non-members on a firstcome, first-served basis." "4^ %  THE Pi BLi€ %  .,UNO!* MANAGEMENT of SAND-ELL STRICTIY KOSHER CATERERS V V %  kdhauuSLdi RESTAURANT Hlmml'm mtf imtmrn ft mp^lmllKln, to RABIC AND OltlKNTAL. FOODS ("••tOT.iof elo • FfM Parking • Air Conditioned • Boer Wines, Champagne 524 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-9181 MIAMI, FLA. Turkey for Blood Donors Flagler Gables Lodge 197. Knights of Pythias, will hold a blood drive on Saturday, Dec. 15. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. at the Masonic Hall. 1075 SW 67th Avc. A turkey will be given to each donor. NOW OPEN 0 '.ERSHIP ANO MANAGEMENT OF JACK HORUCK THE GARDEN RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE EXCEPTIONAL CUTSIrW 2235 SW. 8th STREET MIAMI WE SHOWLACl Of MIAMI PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LUNCHEONS BAR MTZVAHS & WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY Telephone 445-5566 PLENTT Or FREE PARKING AIR CONDTIONED rOXTIXKMAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shomer Shabboa" TJT RESTAURANT 1393 BIRD RD., Miami 226-1744 ^CONTINENTAL^ C ATERER S | ^h ini i>it nil itm iiMni y, DAVE ROSNER INVITES YOU 3ACK FOR ANOTHER GREAT SEASONRESERVE NOW! ALWAYS THl WtXnCUD ... AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE ... rviklUCD LUNCHEON DINNER 11:30-3:00 PM. 6:00-10:00 P.M. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P.M. KAY ,H,ATLEV (CL SED ^^ DON ROB.NSON 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045 (1 Block OH Grand Ave>. Near P.O.) KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Ce-Ownef rrcVJST BttOS RV/ fl Crv.wl Room of the LOMBARDY HOTEL (Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision) WE ALSO CATER AT THE PLACE OF YOUR CHOICE • Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings All Social Functions NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR A GALA NEW WAITS tVt CELEBRATION IN OUR BEAOTIFOL CRYSTAL ROOM Call SOL WEISS or LESTER SIEGEL UN 6-7761 UN 6-6226 Wl 5-4084 UN 6-5278 — NfWIY ot.cop.mo ROMWELL H0TEL On The Ocean at 20th Street MIAMI BEACH ABE GEFTEH ii Uiiewi ...www rson.yaoci y KOSHtH will officiate at Passover. MEALS accompanied bv "3 Voice INCLUDED Symphonic Choir. $550! OICTABV UU ANO SABBATH Strictly Per Day. Per Perft. Dbl. Occ. 10 of 105 Rms. to Dec. 17 Single Occ. $8. Dec. 17-Jan. 4. 18 50 Dly. dbl. occ. P.P. '\i Rol. Occ. Other Rates Available. CALL Abe Gcfter JE 4-2141 Reunions Services Daily, \i.. ,g F • Cklise lounffs and Mats • It" TV and Hid* In R Each Boom • Tree Sell-Parsing Adjoint Hotel • E Wiener Beasts • Movies • Canes • Entertainment E Nifhtly • Many Other Features Dur


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Page 4-B +Jeisti fk>rMkw Friday, December 7. 1962 JWY National Women's Chief Scheduled Here Highlight of the semi-annual social meetina and dance of Temple Emanu-El on Saturday at the Fontainebleau Hotel will be presentation of the original musical comedy, "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying." Left is Trixie Levin, author and director of the hit, rehearsing a scene with Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, atop piano. Accompanist is Deva Solov. Emanu-EI Plans Meeting, Dance Members of the congregation of Temple Emanu-El will gather at the semi-annual social meeting and dance Saturday 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. On the committee arranging the affair are the Temple officers, including Joseph M. Lipton, president; Samuel N. Friedland. chairman of the board; Max Boderman, Samuel J. Halperin. Joseph Cohen. George J. Talianoff and Judge Irving Cypen, vice presidents: Emil BB Bazaar Set For West Miami B'nai B'rith Women of West Miami are sponsoring a bazaar for funds to be used for B'nai B'rith services and philanthrophies. To be held on Sunday and Monday, Dec. 16 and 17. from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.. at West Miami Town Hall in the senior citizens clubroom, 901 SW 6nd Ave., the bazaar will have merchandise on sale for ?very member of the family. Morton, treasurer; Samuel Lipton. associate treasurer; A. J. Molasky. secretary; Jack S. Popick. financial secretary; and Marcus O. Sarokin. associate financial secretary. Highlight of the event will be the original musical comedy. "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying. written and directed by Trixie Levin, of the Temple Players. Cast includes Mesdames Ben Ball. Barbara Bessey, Leonard Glickman. Murry Koretzky, Rocky Pomerance, Bernard Selevan, Morris Tarasow, and Milton Weinkle. Also Nancy Friedland. Lisa Gordon. Olivia Levin, and Marc Godring. Reservations can be made until Saturday noon at the Temple office. Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, nationa' president of the Ladies Auxiliarj of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, arriving next weel for her annual visit, will be thi guest of-the-State of Florida Auxil laries. Sched lie of events to be held dur Ui the quar the Depart men f F ..: I D Hoti I \ ,:i be repi an Mrs. 1 I Levine will presidt .; include On Thursday, Dec 13. Mrs will be honored at a par ty l I at the Hop.' School In the c > ning, she t II addn -• i dinner meeting al B< ">'• Restau rant. During .. \ isit to the Coral Gables Hospital on Friday. Dec. 14. she will meet with hospital otficials and be given a tour of the hospital and grounds. Following Friday evening services at Beth David. Mrs Schwartz will be guest of honor at the Oneg Shabbat. On Saturday. Mrs. Schwartz will leave fcr Tampa, where she will be the guest of the Tampa. St. Petersburg an.i Orlando Auxiliaries. 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Israel Bonds, and Temple Beth Sholom. Fishman said that the club will meet every Wednesday noon at Waldman's Hotel. On Wednesday. Dec. 12. speaker will be Harold Shapiro, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review current events, and community singing has also been planned. rnmrn Ravioli IN SAUCE You'll love tOCUST BROS k>,' CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies... filled wfot tsngy Italian Cheese...simmered frith savory tomato sauca and Cheese...seasoned the real Kalian way. So much tastier end easier than the frozen kind. Se much thriftier, too—cost* on* about 15c per serving! NOW! KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashrutf Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. 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Friday, December 7. 1962 Prof. ** k n 1st Mi ridVa/n Page 3-/. Fox Will Address Teen Conclave Sunday p | Edwajd .1 Fox, Of tlU'ljiilj el Miami, will he keynote speaker at the ninth annual teen.,'_,• conclave ol the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center ichedul,„ [or Sunday. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., a t the Pupont Plaza Hotel. Prof. Fox will address 300 youth delegates on the subject of this vear's conclave, "Teens React to i World in Crisis." Presently chairman of th Marketing Department at th*> UM School of Business Administration. Dr. Fox served during World War II as an economist with both the American and Canjdian governments, and has in recent years been an economic consultant to various municipalities. The opening address v. ill be givat the luncheon meeting at Following the plenary se> all delegates will attend uorkshops at which various phases of the general subject will be dis.1. Eight workshops will be -, ..urn simultaneously, covering following subjects: Cuba. Ber tin. nuclear war. civil defense, in ration, prayer and the Supreme automation and space. The da) 'ill come to a close with a show and dance coordinator for the event Donald LaBcllc. North County Brai i h director. The three teenserving ;is co-chairmen for 11 ninth conclave are Cliarl.i RonMiami Branch; Jeffre} Blum. : i Branch; and Sharon Glogi r, h Count) Branch. Fla. Groups Endorse Hate Evidence PKOf. [DWARD FOX Continued from Page 1-A executive quoted from the tcsti-" niony as dec I a ring: "It is apparent that this project is actually aimed to enrich a few and to create turmoil and unemployment in many of our key industries, and it has been dreamed up and is being pushed by President Kenned) s political bosses and mentors, men who run the Council of Foreign Relations and the Business Advisory Council. "However, in this case, the real center and heart of this international cabal shows its hand: Namely, the political Zionist olanners for absolute rule via One World Government. "This is the basic group that created and financed what is callrii Communism, which bores upward on organized Christian jOfciety. from the bottom "Hence, one wonders if President Kennedy has somehow become a working 'pawn' in their game." Perlmutter told several hundred delegates from throughout the I State of Florida that "the testimony continues in this vein—"ZionI ist-Communist conspiracy'." The bill to which the testimony j refers was resoundingly passed by both the House and Senate, and has been considered a major Kennedy Administration contribution In keeping American commerce on a realistic competitive basis with goods produced for export in the European Common Market cou &**• ... %  ..,. "Now, what has this Washing ten story to do with Florida?' declared Perlmutter here Sun day. "Endorsing this testimony in the official records of the Uni ted States Senate Finance Com mittee are a number of organijations, among them Florida extremist ,-jroup." Said Perlmutter: "We are accustomed to hate organizationwhich endorse anti-Semitism." Bu' he added, specifically naming the South Florida groups, "these ar. non-extremist, respectable orgar zations. which also seem to undei write the concept of a 'Jewish Communist' conspiracy." German Jesuit Says Jews Can't be Charged as Whole ROME — fJTA) — The rejection of Jesus Christ by the Jews cannot be charged to the Jewish people as a whole, a German Jesuit. Dr. Ludwig Y. Hertling, declared here this week in an article apparently evoking great interest among the prelates attending the Ecumenical Council Chug hri Program •\ (.i'k on "Criel Akosta will be n by Rabbi J. H. Margolis belore the Chug lvn, Hebrew-speakgroup, on Tuesday, 2 30 p m., dl Temple Ncr Tainul. The article appeared in "Stinv mender Zeit," official organ Of the reaffirmation of being 'God's son' German Jesuits. The timing of the! as being One with His Father, or issue, while the Ecumenical Coun,,mv God uh nad revealed Him ,.,,,. ,i self in the old covenant as a purec.l is slated to discuss the prob|y s (iritllill being, could identify Km of Jewish "guilt" for Christ himself with a simple human beealh and the fact that the period), i ing originating in Nazareth and cal was sold out on news-stands whose parents were known to all." here within several hours, undcrBETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. •IFOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 scored the importance attached to ihe Issue by the Council delegates, according to observers here. I"ii>t. according to Dr Hertling. %  deci e cannot be charged against the Jewish people, because they had not recognised, nor acknowledged Jesus' character as being God. [| would have been asking very much of a Jew, mown up in the spirit Of the Old Testament. Dr. Hertling maintained further that the sentencing of Jesus to death by crucifixion cannot be charged "to the whole Jewish people." "Neither can the High Priest, nor the Sanhedrin," he wrote, "be considered representative of the Jewish people, nor the few thousand who cried 'crucify Him'." These could not be considered in the most severe monotheism." representative ol the •millions pi writes the German Jesuit, "to unJewish people who then lived m derstand that Jesus meant by his and outside Palestine.' the scholar maintained. The guilt, he statIstablitaed lfji Home Owned Home Opereted TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "The Sign of Good Housekeeping COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK \ CALL F R 7-1411 / Oreeter Mtaatfs Ufiest Istemtoetef ed. "was not of the whole people. The Church was founded and ce mented by those Jews who did adhere ito Christ'^ principles) and who hoped that the whole people would do the same." 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