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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 )
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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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"Jewish Ftaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
o.ume 35 Number 52
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 28, 1
962
Two Sections Price 2'.?
United Nations OK's
Two Year Extension
For Refugee Aid Unit
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
Half-Million
U.S. Agency
Gift to Israel
.', tSHINGTON fJTA) The
led states Agency Cor Interna-
tional Development will tSSlSt in
-hinj: .i permanent economic
n -parch project in I-rail under a
in 'n agreement signed Ibis week
credit, amounting to S500.-
- Jill be made available to the
rew University ol Jerusalem to
..-->-: in providing a permanent
ment for the university's
I k Project "f economic research
Israel. It will match a new
.rant in the same amount bj the
l alk Foundation of Pittsburgh, Pa
riefl ol the agreement,
.... here were William C Gaud,
aid administrator for the Near East,
. I South Asia; Kliahu Klath.
: blent .>i the Hebrew Timer-
. and Philip G. Whitman, pres.
oi th American Friends ol
Hebrew L'nivi ritj
directors of thi Falk project
to study such aspects f the
; el economy as I hi nature of the
tionary process, which the
described as "a securing tea-
a Israel." Also to be studied
. t.he operation of Government
Histtdrut corporations, the
kings <>f the Government's i
pmenl budget, and the econ-
Continued on Page 8 A
[JTAl -
ion ol the
I V1TED XATIOXS
'i hi mi il >:.'., \ -,
t nited Xation G ner I Assembly
i' Ilowcd the le.,: .,f its Special
iv litical Committee nere and ap-
proved a resolution sponsored by
the I nited States to extend until
I "'< :i 1965 the mandate of the
UN Relief and Works Agency for
the tare of the Aral, refugees. The
present m.....late ends next June
3 T h ote .i- 100 for, none
Rgainst and two abstentions. Is-
rael was one "I the two abstainers
on ihe resolution as a whole, af-
ter casting a no vote against one
pi ii of a paragraph dealing with
r p< iriation ol the refugees under
a i!is resolution, Portugal also
abstained.
Michael Comay, Israel's chief
deleaate, said that parr of the
resolution was unacceptable be-
cause it was based on the view,
consistently opposed by Israel,
that the work of the UN Pales-
tire Conciliation Commission
"should be based on a singls con-
traversial paragraph torn out of
the context cf a resolution adopt-
ed 14 years ago." He said this
approach had resulted ir. no pro-
gresi toward solvirj the prob-
lem.
lie also dealt with possible mis-
,' lerpretatii ns that Israel was dis-
cleased with PCC efforts to solve
Continued on Page 6-A
Youths Attack
In Auto Race
Sabbatarians'
Compensation
To be Studied
PHIUP M. KlUTZNIOf
. personal reasons
JFK 'REGRETFUL'
Klutznick
Quitting Top
Envoy's Post
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The resignation of Philip
M. Klutznick from Ids Am-
bassa orial post as a mem-
ber of the United States dele
nation In the United Nations
for tin last tw 0 \ '81 takes
effcet this week, it was re-
vealed here in an e>en.ange
ol letters between Mr. Klutz
nick and Prebident K 'nne Ij
Ir. his letter to the Presi-
dent, Mr. Klutznick recall-
ed that he had in'ormtd
Continued on Pane 3-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
I niicd States Supreme Court
agreed this week to review- a rul-
ing by the highest court of South
Carolina whieh maintained that it
as legal to deprive a person of
slate unemployment compensation
for relusins for religious reasons
to work on Saturdays.
The case involved a Seventh Day
Adventist, a sect which, like the
lews, observes Saturday as the
Sabbath. Now that the Supreme
Court has accepted jurisdiction.
Jew ish groups are considering fil-
illg friend of the court briefs. The
case will be argued early next
year.
The Supreme Court dismissed
a challenge to Kentucky's Sunday
closing law which forbids the
opening of business places on
Sunday except for "work of nec-
essity or charity" and some en-
tertainment activities. The Ken-
tucky law, like that in a few oth-
er states, exempts Jews and oth-
er' who observe a day of rest
other than Sunday.
Justice William 0. Douglas, in
his dissent from the ruling, argued
that this exemption emphasized Ibe
religious nature of the law. "The
Continue:, on ^age 3-A
Arab Mistaken for Jew
Through Bethesda Streets
BETHESDA, Md (JTA) -
I o educated young men from "re-
\h cted familus" v.;:c convicted
in Montgomerj Count> Court tins
week "i taking part in offenses
that included the assaulting and
ii jurj i three N< roes and an an
nitic attack on a terrified
i otorist, suspected oi being Jew-
ish, who was th ised four miles
through the heart ol Bethesda.
'Ibe motorist, Lester M. Haddad,
ti stified that the youths, "appar.
entlj assuming 1 was of the Jew-
ish I.nth. cursed on the subject ol
on, using terrible profanity."
Mr, Hadda.1 is president oi the
vrab-American Club of Greater
Washington and a Roman Cath-
olic,
Threatering to beat Mr. Had-
did and calling h:m a "Jew,"
the youths smashed beer bottles
ag.tirst his car and pursued him
at high speed up to the front
doer of his home. He called po-
lice, and the four young men
were arrested.
Vie judge found two guilty d
; >-:iult and postponed sentencing
iu,ul January 8 pending > \
:ion ofiicer's report At the re-
..nest of the state Attorney's of-
fice, charges against the two other
young nun were dropped.
line, granted immunit) recause
be served a- a prosecution witness,
ieadily conceded he had thrown
bottles.
UNCLE ON TRIAL
Yossele Tells
Court He Was
Taken in Hiding
JERUSALEM (JTAi Y;s-
sclc Schumacher testified this v
in the trial of Shalom Shtarkes,
Ibe uncle who is charged with com-
plicity in the boy's two-year dis-
appearance and hiding, that the
defendant took him to hi- t;rst hid-
ing place in I>raela yeshiva .n
Rishon L'Zion in the Tel Aviv art -..
The crowded courtroo-i v ;
cleared when the boy. whose ri:--
. ppearance led io a search on three
continents, took the stand. T -
was 'one out of consideration for
the child, hut the text of his --
timony was later released to '
press.
Yossele told the court th.
while he was living with his
grandfather, Nachman Shtarkes.
he was told that his parent!
planned to return with him to
Russia, where he would live with
Gentiles and be like a Gentile.
His parents had turned him and
his sister over to the grandfath-
r, hortly after they came to
Israel, while they were seeking
to establish a home.
The grandfather returned the
_,r] at the parents' request but
held Yosele, contending the par-
ents would not give him an ade>
quatel] traditional Jewish edu
lion.
Yosseli -.ii I he wen; willl
becau-e be had been persua
his parents meant to tak< him back
Russia. During all this til
be said, he did not see his parents.
The youthful witness was i ol ques-
tioned b> the prosecution about in-
lerim events oi bis long i sappear-
ance,
He was the only witness to iden-
lifj the defendant as th< person
\' ho arranged ins transfer to Kom-
Continued on Page 7 A
Soviets Demonstrate 50-50 Justice
LONDON (JTA) Ol 90 citi- the newspaper called the tacts
( ,he USSR sentenced to reflection Of "8 deliberate |
death for "economic crime-' sit i u:.....i... <.-> .. >< .<:.--
,, making the Jew.- for
, idespread embezzlement
profiteering."
Lest oi Chanuka's eight candles are lit by youngstenat the
tree, non-sectarian Children's Asthma Research Institute ana
Hospital in Denver, Colo.
the death penaltj for such of-
fenses was reintroduced by the
Soviet Government a year and a
hall ago 50 were Jews, the Sunda>
.,,,!, stated here in a sum-
marj oi recent anti-Jewish actions
in Russia
ih ,r iei. ri/iii" the number ol
3f'la St Of Significance." novits. where 10 persons were
Recent examples of th- man-
ner in which Jews are chose.i for
treatment much harsher than
that accorded other Soviet citi-
iens were cited by the Sunday
executedall of them Jews. An-
other instance note;' by the news-
paper was the case of a man
named Tespuro, a non-Jewish do
rector of a state farm at Irkutsk,
who was tried and convicted for
"r.umerous offenses." Tespuro
was given a 10-year prison sen-
terce, but his subordinate, a
Jew named Yudin, v. as sen-
fenced to death.
Rudolph Friedman, i R issian.
Continued en Page 5-A


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Friday, December 28. 19
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effective Jan. 14. In letters to
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Cypen called the resignation
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basing it on the need "to re-
turn to the practice of law
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increasing economic needs of
rcmily."
Zamora Group
Elects Officers
': .: S '. 54th
r; rj
th< tempi '.' tmora
Other i elected at a re-
, meeti \t up
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le, vice pri Mrs
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tary.
The Young Couple will hold an-
r meeting and social gathering
on Sunday evening, .Ian. 6. at Za-
mora.
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish scientist and professor ol
physics, has been arrested on a
sharge of "espionage" on behall
at the United States, according to
information received here.
The information was contained
in an article in the Leningrad
'ravda, dated December 20, re-
ceived here. According to the
Leningrad organ of the local Com-
munist Party, Prof. Friedman had
become friendly with an American
with whom he snared admiration
for al strai paintings winch the
two were viewing together at a
Leningrad museum, (Soviet Prem-
: ier Nlkita S. Khrushchev recently
' condemned abstract art as being
untrue to "'social realism." Prof.
i Friedman, the newspaper alleged,
later tried to mail to the American
some "writings in invisable ink"
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and their committee to plan the weekly youth breakfast a:id
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Ed Greenwald, Richard Melker. Stan Muravchick and Gerald
Nash.
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Sabbatarian Compensation
Co."tinued from Page 1-A
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based on the legend of the Maharal
of Prague, is considered one of the
greatest works in Modern Yiddish
literature. It was translated into
Hebrew and was produced by the
Habima Theater of Moscow for the
lust tune in 1927.
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the rabbinate in the yeshiveth of
Berezino and Minsk. Later he
joined the Itund, the Jewish revo-
lutionary movement in Russia, and
came into contact with Yiddish lit-
erature for the first time,
In 1906, he was sentenced to
four years' imprisonment for his
revolutionary activities, but man-
aged to smuggle his writings out
of his cell. These were publish-
ed in the Zeitgeist of New York
in 1907. Arrested again in 1912,
he was sent by the Czarist au-
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Klutznick Quits
UN Envoy Post
Continued from Pag 'J-*.
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President Kennedy wrote "I
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leave the Mission.'- H I fr
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for Mr. Klutznick's services,
and accepted the resignation
"with regret."
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V^Turne~3T~ Number 52
Friday. December 28, 1962
1 Tebet 5723
Mr. Klutznick Resigns
It is far too early to tell why
Philip Klutznick has resigned from
his high UN post. It is interesting
to note that, as far back as several
months ago, he had told President
Kennedy of his then pending de-
cision.
But we certainly can speculate
about the resignation. The general
"business reasons" bit is in this case
nothing more than political politesse.
What Mr. Klutznick cites as "person-
al reasons" are undoubtedly far
more significant.
On the occasion of the Ambas-
sador's appearance here last April
to address a convention of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, this page took
the occasion to comment on the in-
creasing ideological bind in which
Mr. Klutznick was rinding himself as
a U.S. envoy to the United Nations.
The high resolve with which he took leave
in 1960 from his brief tenure as general chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal, voicing the
hope that, in serving his country at the UN he
would also be able to serve more effectively
the aspirations of American Jewry, was a re-
solve already brutally punished and nearly
exhausted.
For the politics of the American delega-
tion at the United Nations, while possibly serv-
ing the nation, have far from nurtured the as-
pirations of U.S. Jewry so far as the ongoing
Israel-Arab controversy is concerned.
It is, of course, only speculation at this
time; but we are bound to believe that Mr.
Klutznick has finally come to see that he can
better serve his people as a private citizen than
as a public official. For a man to whom his
country is of dearest significance, this was a
difficult decision to make. For a man to whom
Judaism and Jewry are of central importance,
the choice seemed clear.
Mm
H r
dedicate ourselves to the total meaning of the
event, and to be buoyed up by its latter-day
significance until we light anew the Menorah
next year at the same time.
Last Chanuka Candle
Kindling of the last Chanuka candle on
Friday evening will suggest to us the need for
a firm rededication during the year ahead to
the spiritual purposes inherent in Judaism.
Chanuka, particularly the last day of
Chanuka, which brings with it a sense of sad-
ness for the end of a joyous occasion, cele-
brates a noteworthy event in Jewish history.
Too often, we are prone to forget this es-
pecially in more recent times, when the ancient
Festival of Lights has been invested by some
with aims totally foreign to its purpose and
with customs designed to make the holiday a
competitor of a simultaneous celebration cen-
tral to other religious beliefs.
Chanuka has a message all its own. It
depends for its meaning not on the glitter of
made-by-man tinsel, but on the understanding
of those who observe Chanuka as thinking
and identifying Jews. It depends not on the
pitiable efforts of some to "update" Chanuka
in keeping with the more popular observance
of the season, but on the respect of Jews for the
history and the tradition which are their heri-
tage.
"Updating" of Chanuka is downgrading
Chanuka. Chanuka marks a significant event
in our past: the glorious victory of the Mac-
cabees in the battle for religious freedom. As
such, Chanuka deserves the reverence even
if not the awe of all men whatever their
faith. Above all, it must not be demeaned by
comparative apology.
On the occasion of the kindling of the last
Chanuka candle Friday, let us resolve to re-
Two More Years for UNRWA
The extension of the United Nations man-
date for two more years of UNRWA merely
puts off again what should have been tackled
and solved more than a decade ago.
No one argues against the humanitarian
and welfare merits of giving assistance to the
Arab refugees. But this ongoing endeavor
should be carried out against a backdrop of
constructive UN effort at closing out the Middle
East refugee status, as well as patching up the
unhealthy atmosphere surrounding the long-
time rift between Israel and her Arab neigh-
bors.
Part of this involves a firm United Nations
decision to put an end to the fantastic inequi-
ties to which UNRWA is heir. If Arab leaders
pad the refugee rolls for international propa-
ganda purposes, there is little the UN can do
about it. Neither, we supose, can much be
done about the hatemongering among the ref-
ugees, which repeatedly indoctrinates them
with the belief that their misery stems solely
from the existence of Israel, and that their sal-
vation can come only from the destruction of
Israel.
But if the world peace organization is
again on record in support of an extension for
the programs of UNRWA, we believe certain
issues should be made crystal-clear: (1) From
an operational point of view, padding of refu-
gee rolls must come to an end under strict UN
surveillance of precisely who is entitled to as-
sistance. Propaganda, however bad, is one
thing; practicalities are quite another.
(2) Every possible effort must be made to
rehabilitate the Arabs vocationally, with an
eye toward reintegration into Middle Eastern
society. (3) Assistance must increasingly de-
pend upon the individual refugee's manifest
interest in helping himself, rather than in sloth-
fully accepting UN assistance as his right.
Most important, UNRWA must be seen as
a stopgap against the time when a solution to
the Israel-Arab impasse will emerge. But stop-
gaps are not ends in themselves, and the in-
terested Arab leaders should be made to un-
derstand that UNRWA is merely a collateral
humanitarian effort carried out as part of an
all-engrossing campaign designed to brinq
lasting peace.
The U.S. can, of course, do more than it
has done to nudge the UN in this direction.
ii5mw,.COntribu,es some 70 percent of
UNRWA s operating funds is one reason. Sad-
ly, its repeated vote against direct Israel-Arab
peace talks dilute our bargaining power in this
regard.
By MILTON ELLERIN
From ADL Bulletin
TWO FELLOWS DOWN South seem to get dyspeptic t\ r> tlm,
' they go into a supermarket. It's not the food that barns thm.
stomachs it's the labels. They can't stand to see the .s>mbol $
or the letter K or the word Parcve on a package They get it
part of a billion dollar conspiracy against the American people. The?
also suggest that somehow involved and accepting the plot be.
nignly are some government officials whom they call "Kennedy's
Kosher Kommisars."
More sophisticated shoppers know that u on a food Labc means
that the product was made under the rabbinical supervision ol the
L'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, thai
that an individual rabbi has certified that the product *,. made
according to traditional Jewish dietary laws, thut Pareve m< ins that
the product is. by traditional Jewish standards, neutral, c ntaining
neither meat nor milk ingredients. There is do secret aboi i
this ui course. Manufacturers often spend good Bdvertisl |
money to tell consumers th;it their products carry the l
linls and are Kosher
But these two fellows have their own interpretation. The> tell
people that "there are three hidden, coded symbols to look for on
Jew-Kosher products the letter I' with a circh around it, thi let-
ter K meaning Kosher, the letter P or the word Parevi
special kosher for the Passovi r season at Eastertime."
:-
TALLIN RADIO STAR AND ATTORNEY
THEY'VE ALSO GOT the idea that "this practice of ko.-'.n -
eludes addition and substitution of foreign ingredients 'hat
are nauseating, repulsive, and objectionable to I hristian Ix
Does all this sound irrational? Well. anti-Semitism USUall)
rinse two men are so keyed up they've even formed an organiza-
tion called the "Christian Voters and Buyers League" which ia'.ls
for a boycott of food manufacturers who use the symbols for ka-h-
ruth.
The two men are a fallen star of radio, lit rbert W. (Wily But-
terworth. and an Atlanta attorney. .lames R. Veiiablc. who has man-
aged to be associated with both the Ku Klux Klan and the Black
Muslims. He serves as counsel of a Southern unit of the Muslims;
his association with the Klan and other hate groups goes back a long
while and it is on his property at Stone Mountain that the Klan holds
its annual public speaking and cross-burning exercises.
Venable is listed as president, and Butterworth as secretary of
an organization calling itself the Defensive Legion of Registered
Americans, of P.O. Box 57. Decatur. Ga. The Defensive I given a corporate charter by the Dekalb County, Georgia. Superior
Court earlier this year. "The Christian Voters and Buyers League*
i- described as a "trade name group within the corporate stria- nj
of the Defensive Legion" and. presumably, is primarily cor.. |
with the kashruth question.
KKK PUBLIC DILATIONS DIRECTOR
lAIALLY BUTTERWORTH, a native of Philad- Iphia, was at th< h
" nt his career about two decades ago wbei was m |
ceremonies fur the "Vox Pop" radio program Later, he rar-
vision series known as "Meet the Champ'" but nil -tar was m lecliBft
Whatever the real reason for Butterworth s failure u> succeed in trie-
vision it v. as easier to blame the Jews.
1 h. Thunderbolt.' published in Birmingham by the r., I S i-
tional States Rights Party, offers the standard anti-Semitic
"(Butterworth) discovered that it was impossible to sell a new TV
show idea to the networks unless you were a Jew. It was
to get an announcer's job working for the Jews but to prod,
direct ><>ur own show was impossible W'allv Butterworth rel M i
t<> work- on the regular Jew-owned daily TV program, He t
Strong native American stock and would never bow to Jew c
In 1061, Butterworth went to Tuscaloosa \!.< to become a
ated with Hubert Shclton. Imperial Wizard of thi I'nited R I
America Butterworth served the Klan I ...r and p
latinos director" and als,, publish., dits weekly hate she- a
Pier) Cross Early in 1962 he went to Atlanta to live in .' in
abl< SI me Mountain home
PARADl Of HATE SPEAKERS
JUHEN VENABLE AND Butt.rum th 01 the Def
gion in April, 1862, their first project w. effort to
act the convention of the National Association tor the tdvai
of Colored People, .scheduled to b heULin Atlanta in July. I-
Butterworth started a fifteen minute a day broadcast on an V Ml
radio station, attacking Negroes, non-Christ!,,: and Lou I
Catholic officials.
His -logan was White Men. We are Going to Take Back Our
i ountry from Negroes and Non-Christians." Th? station canceled
the program after two weeks and Butterworth recently brought Mil
against it on grounds of breach of contract.
The Defensive Legion also organized a "Parade of Patriot- Wi ok"
a week-long series of meeting sscheduled to be held at th. Vet<
erans of Foreign Wars Hall at Stone Mountain at the same timi thai
the NAACP was meeting in Atlanta's Municipal Auditorium. How-
ever, the national office of the VFW directed the k>cal Stone Moun-
tain Post to cancel use of the hall by the Defensive Legion or fac
revocation of its charter. The local VFW post compiled: th-
live Legion as forced to hold its meetings at James Venable
pasture at the base of stone Mountain. The parade ol speak rs *ai
niainlv anti Negro and anti Semitic.
The boycott of kosher products was their n. \t project
lite label t the Christian Voters and Bu\. u B tterwortn
made two long-playing records to further th. kashj
ruth one was "Kosher Pood Blackmail of American Hous -_
on one side; "Ho* to li. hv.r the Knockout Punch to Federal
on the other The second record features "United V tions L'N SCO
and S.v m ,)ur ]>ubhc Schools," and "Negro trine and Disease m
the tinted States. '


Friday. December 28. 1962
*Jmist) ffcrHiar
#~ lETTtR TO THE EDITOR -
*1
Page 5-A

Cuban Refugees and Jewish Ashes
Among speakers at the silver anniversary committee meeting
at Temple Israel were (left to right! Rabbi Joseph Narot. Harry
S;:::o:;hori. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Leon Kaplan, and Sidney
urt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
EDtTOR, The Jewish Floridian:
From a Jewish pioni ol view
we can only |)(. giad now tha
( uban prisoners are back and re-
united with their families n
should be remarked that in
ance with Jewish rules. V: gre it
esl deed Is to help people out ol
confinement, and all other rules
subordinated to this cause
During the course of our his-
tory, we have always been read)
to pay the price of liberty, with
our lives and wealth, and' there-
lore we are glad to see that the
efforts put toiih in releasing the
Cuban prisoners have been accom-
plished successfully. The $70,000 ol the Council, has been selected
ransom paid for each of them is as JNF -.Man of the Month."
really not much, considering that
they were saved from prison and
gained liberty.
been disturbed, since Jewish "eW-
gration was not permitted; while
" i pie from other countries are
elcomed today,
5i ing the Cuban prisoners re
turning in good ph< sical shape, one
-II only be happy, but the eyes
Bornstein Named
'Man of Month1
Leon .1 Ell, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, this week revealed that
William Bornstein, vice president
of our slsteYS and 'brothers hi
Auschwitz and Dauchau gaze back
i.' accusation, asking us hy they
weren't worth $100 per capita
which Eichmann asked for them.
MAURICE G0LDR1NG
W'ami Beach
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the 25th anniversary cele-
tion of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation deft', is shown
leading women in the community who will serve on the
ing committee for this commemorative year. Left to right
"Irs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs. Aaron
and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt.
Federation Committee Eyes Cultural
Event to Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Notwithstanding, it brings to
mind the double standard of
how principles are applied if
there art Jewish lives involved.
You will remember that during
the extermination of European
Jewry in 1944, Adolf Eichmann
made the offer to sell one mill-
ion Hungarian Jews for $100,000,-
000$100 for each Jew. The
emissary, Joel Brand, who
brought the offer, was jailed by
Allied officials.
When the offer final!) was sub-
mitted to the Ambassador of
Britain in Cairo. Lord Moyne, he
remarked, "What can we do with
a million .lews'' and this atti-
tude prevailed. The offer was not
even considered seriouslj; although
it was then well-known that the
Hungarian Jews were the next in
line in the extermination program
ot the Nazis.
.Mr. and Mrs Bornstein recently
established an avenue in "Me
Ami," Israel, to be known as the
' William and Kate Bornstein Ave-
nue."
Bornstein is a well-known active
reader here. Originally from
Washington, D.C.. he is a former
president of Beth Sholom Congre-
. .!' ion there.
Since his arrival here he has
been in B'nai B'rith, chairman
of the Synagogue Division for
State of Israel Bonds, ar.d a vol-
unteer wcrker for the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
"Because of his outstanding
achievements on behalf of Jewish
National Fund. Israel and the com-
munity at large, it is only fitting
that lor the first month of the
new year Bornstein be accorded
the honor of JNF 'Man of the
Month'.' Ell declared.
WILLIAM BORNSTEIN
er.
\> i
Joyce Farber, lyric soprano,
present a program of musical
selections, accompanied by Esther
Barrett at the piano.
The whole of European Jewry
Modem Ballet Classes
Judith Youngerman, Una! dance
instructor, has initiated a sec-
ond series of classes in modern
ballet for children of elementary
school aye at the Southwest YMHA
Branch. 7215 Coral Way. on Thurs-
VI -i initial meeting of the
Miami Jewish Federation
innivcrsary committee con-
u d by Mrs Si inley Myers.
i:;, :man, plans were announced
i mmittees established to pre-
. a number of important events
g the occa* during the
. ahead
M> I the year
bration Mill inc I u d e
of communal and national
inter* st, <- as cultural
i.il activitie
Mrs. Myers also annaunced
that in honor of the 25th anni-
versary, a committee of lead-
ing members of the community,
of which Fred K. Shochet, pub-
Isher of The Jewish Floridian,
will serve as chairman, are dis-
cu:sirg the launching and spon-
scrship of an annual lecture de-
votee1 to an important topic in
the field of Jewish affairs.
The monthly JNF meeting on
Thursday. Jan. 3, at 8 p.m in the
neither Pasteur Room of the Fontainbleau S^TSunnooM Boys' and grils" from
M.mn,,::; caller ;",:;;>. as o,y *" ^ t^v ,ng 5 ,o 7 years oi agc a,e *** *z
a .lance at the vast acres ol iei- Mr and Mrs Bornstein. roUed ,n a class beginning at 2:30
tile and empty land will confirm. Leo Mindlin. editor of The Jew- p.m. Those from 8 to 12 years o
Hut the mosquitoes there have not i.-h Floridian. will be guest speak- ?ge meet in the 3:30 p.m class
that's right!
i n i ol the highlights of the meet
ing here was a presentation i > Dr
dition to being a time for Joseph Narot, spiritual leader ol
ward in or\ice to Jew Temple Israel, terming Ihe 25th
er and around anniversar> year thi ild ol
a joy" for Greater Miami Jewry
,.t mement ol our Silver The men and women w
j ve.ci recordin and human values have
,.ration'? along with helped to build our Federation and
Greatei Miami com- ur community are the true cele
ol the 25th anniversary,"
Rabbi Narot declared
Leon Kaplan, vice nl ol
will w re as chairman
I : the annual meet:: mlttce,
and announced that the oc<
will be dedicated "to the 25 years
oi out human-
,tj b> Fedei lion and it- agencies."
I lt, bj the I
ies and display o| their
,.: i, am l blight*
e anniversar\ > ar board
meetii K | Ian annoui
our
. f.ir tin- q rti i t a
Mrs My< '!l' meet'
Temple 1-:
Democratic Club
Elects Officers
. ,!,,- Club ol Miami B
u/ednesda) vening 30
, Sea Isle Hotel.
. v v, r publi relations di-
or ih. Dai la Fronton, will
peaker I i atured will
n i n Jai A ...
I luck ..: ; Harry Lev)
II eted to their fdth con
. terms -- I residt nl and
., member n ipectivelj ol
b a meeting here rec<
i i2i n ibi r organaa-
so voted Dr Samuel \
hontnrj life president
. lected were Henry Abra
l e president Samuel Res
ijRIK i Charles Herman.
lin secretary; Mrs
ail fit;:.:-- tal secretarj
R Sperling reeordini seere
[red I : ai
I.' Art i iistanl sei
- it ttel \ Cluck was elec-
..ml oi dii
. im lurh I *lon Amon,
Harry Simonhofl i I
,.m. will hi mmit.
contributions I th Gr
. communit)
i am very enth
the n ponsi
our firM committee meet
Myei declared.
v., havi n ade a i 'x
plans -.Inch will b outlined
in more detail in th
Perlmulter is Speaker
Viceroy's got the taste that's right!
,i. _............. ...I,- i.ki strone-iusl like tlic -. ,_ H
Some filter cigarettes taste too strong-jusl like
unfilurred kind. Some taste too light-and they re no fun
Miami
1 House
Lnivcr it>
i
B'nai B rith W<
mc, last week at
the
i n ;
I irman, Mi- Vivian Gluek ol the V.
Mrs Paul Bna. B Jh dr J
ml Solo- Extremist Part*
Vkcro> tastes the wax ou a like a filter cigarette to taste.
,e leading filtci brands, and you II
some taste too light but
5 right Thafs right! Ihatj ri,
- ike all seven ol i
me taste !-" strong
\ iccrox
I ||( l \ \ l
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,'' errj con i nard Solo-


+J*nisti IlurMian

Friday, December 28.
1962
Vocabulary Bee Announced Here
>NJF Tr.g Day volunteers who raised a min-
mrr. oi SI00 during last year's Tag Day are
. varded gifts at a recent luncheon in their
I jnor. Standing (left to right) are Miss Han-
l uh Finn, Mrs. Yetta Baratz, Mrs. Tillie Bech-
er. Mrs. Sonia Liebson, Mrs. Molly Skell.
Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Tug Day chairman, Leon
I. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, Miss Miriam Ver-
nick, Mrs. Fannie Werner, Mrs. Gussie Ka-
haner end Mrs. Rose Marcus. Not shown is
Mrs. Clara Auerbach.
The Bureau oi Jewish Education
nnnounce- it~ sixth annual inter-
school vocabularj bee.
The annual convention \<:ll ho
based "ii the Bureau*? publication
ol required r' lists f"r the first
thru' yean in the elementary
grades <>f the Hebrew schools of
Greater Miami The Bee will in-
volve grades two, three and four
n tin- Hebrew departments >'i all
.i, ish schools, [or students ol age
9 to 13
During December and Jai uary,
(he schools will drill
word list.-, published h\ ihr
the
Bu.
ram, ami select two champnoi
irom each of the three gra lea pjr.
t ripatinii.
The six school chanijn (r(w
each school will then ,
ing the second week
uiter-sch |
wirier :
"i iht
in the annual
stration at the
the gener ii membei
Bureau. Prima to the
.mil to the inner of the
OK 2- Year Extension for UNRWA
Continued from Page 1-A
tl gee problem, notins that
,i ...i voted lor the part of
questioned paragraph which
ed PCC to continue it> work
v i h 1*1 i and the live Aral) slates
the p Mom.
ie ..' expressed Israel's view
ti t international aid for the Arab
ugees "will be required for some
, ne to come" ami that Israel
\ ii.i ntinue to support UNRWA
v hou' 'servations,
Ie inferred to the 21-nation
olutii urging direct peace
taiKS, ie Ii was withdrawn pre
v lUSl} the special political com-
ii Ittee He said Israel was "grati-
i : encouraged" by renewal
o the i leafirst offered in 19C1
.i ted under United states
P ssure He noted that the num.
b> r ot lonsors had grown from
in I*>; to 21 this year.
In n oblique reference to the
.nrtod State* stand that such
sok/'ors were meaningless in
w o* the current impasse, he
,id I4sat the revival of that ap-
roici to the Arab-Israel con-
- ict and for easing the Arab
etvoee problem "may not yield
iwn*4 t cxa never be regarded as
.nhmeiy in the wider sense."
Another resolutionopposed by
[ raelcalling for a UN custodian
!or Arab refugee property left be-
hind in Isr:i"l was withdrawn in the
committee by ils four Moslem spon-
sors when the United States ex-
pressed strong objection to it
The American resolution, as fin-
ally approved in the political com-
n. ittee. following many intricate
parliamentary movessome of
them initiated by Israelincluded
an amendment introduced by Cyp-
rus. That amendment noted "with
deep regret that the repatriation
or compensation of the refugees"
. s provided in a 1948 resolution.
has not been affected, that no
substantial progress has been made
in the program of reintegration of
the refugees, either by repatria-
tion or resettlement, and that the
situation of the refugees continues
to be a matter of serious concern."
On a separate ballot, the Cypriot
amendment was adopted by 68 to
2 and 34 abstentionswith Israel
and the United States casting the
negative votes.
Following the plenary vote, 25
member nations pledged a total of
$32,400,000 for next years budget
of UNRWA. Payments for opera-
tion of UNRWA are made on a vol-
untary basis The United States
has consistently paid 70 per cent
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year's UNRWA budget bad been
set at a total of $34,000,000.
The United States gave notice
that it felt that the operations of
the agency should be reviewed
from year to year, and asked the
"host" governments of the coun-
tries where the refugees live
Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Leban-
onto give more aid to UNRWA
and to help "rectify" the relief
rolls. UNRWA had admitted that
there art least 100.000 dead on
the rolls.
The Assembly's Administrative
and Budgetary Committee voted an
average monthly allocation of Sl.-
580,000 up to next June 30. to the
United Nations Emergency Force.
I NKF is the peace -keeping body
on duty in the Gaza Strip, on Is
reel's border, and at Sharm el-
Sheikh, overlooking the Gull ol
Aqaba.
Israel was again elected to mem-
bership on the Peace Observation
Committee, on which she has held
membership for years. Israels
delegation chairman. Michael S.!
Comay, represents his government {
on that vital "watchdog commit-
tee. Mrs. Zena llarman. of Israel,
wife of Avraham Harman. ambass-
ador to Washington, was reelected
by acclamation by the United Na-
tions Children's Fund to the post ,
of program committee chairman.
In the Economic and Social Coun-
cil. Israel was elected for the lu.-t
time to member-hip on ECOSCO's
Housing Committee.
Dr. Ncirot Set
To Lecture
Dr. Joseph R Narot, it Temple
Israel "f Greater Miami, will rep
resent the Jewish Chautauqua S
cietj ..- I' i turer at st p<
Junior College in s;. Pi tersl
on Thursday, Jan. io.
Dr. Narol will speak at a-- m
hly on the subject of "Contribu-
tions of the Jews to Civilization."
Dr. Narol lectures on college
campuses under the auspices of
the Jewish Chautauqua Society, an
organization which creates better
understanding ol .lows and Juda-
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Fr.c^y. December 28. 1962
ykwistffrrMlrin
Page 7-A
Goldmann Attacks Head in Ground' View
Hebrew books documents, and a 16th century Bible
ecollect.oncf Rabbi Mordecai Podet. spiritual leader
' u ^ n tfu Gab'eS' WO;o exhibited at the Temple
ve/.end. A Hebrew marricge contract, printed in 1840
erdam. is held by Mrs. Dcvid Longer (left' 12C95 SW
I e as Rabbi Podet reads from the valuable Hebrew
.ibluhed in Paris in 1544. Mrs. Sidney W Lanaer
Granada Blvd.. Corol Gables, looks on with interest '
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Yossele Tells
Court He Was
Taken in Hiding
Continued from Page 1-A
mcmiul Rachel Kui, who actual-
lj lodged Yossele in Kommemiul
t"!d the court thai Shalom Shtarkes
nol the person who
broushl the boj to : te Orthodox
villagi
i mother ..;- i testilied,
ini! that she mi t w ith e\ as-
i"n when she sough) the boj from
I is randfather, who spent more
lhan .i -. :ir m prison lor his re-
fusal > cooperate with the authori-
ties i". locating the missing boy.
She t< stifie i thai the grandfather,
in refusing to return the boy, said
yon uill set him again when you
. re worthy."
Th< boy, who was smuggled out
"i Israel, was tracked dwn by
United States Secret Service op-
eratives al the borne of a Brooklyn
rabbi last July, and restored to his
parents His uncle went to London
where he was arrested on an Is-
raeli extradition warrant and re-
lumed to Israel lor trial.
DOC RACING
EVERYNiGHT
GREENFIELD PARK, N.Y. -,
' ;iAl Ur Nahum Goldmann
President of the World Jewish
Congress, critlciied those \..,.ti-
cn Jews "who neither see the nee-
essity for worldwide united action
nor th,- vital importance of inter-
''> organized and system-
atical efforts to overcome the dan-
gers threatening us.""
Dr Goldmann spoke al the mid-
I winter conclave of the National
J-our.c^ "' Vo,m- Israel lie told
' i at' i Vmcrican Jewrj was
doing a greal job in giving phil-
anthropic aid and in helping Israel
but is nol living up to its task in
understanding the character of the
Jewish problem of to "as which can-
nol he solved bj philanthropical
approaches."
He called Amerii an Jewry "the
most out, rganized and there-
fore disorganized Jewish commun-
ity in the world, lacking even a
common platform where the greal
problems of American Jewish life
eould be discussed together."
i
"There is nothing more im-
portant than to make American
Jewry aware of its responsibil-
ity as the largest and most pow-
erful Jewish community in the
world in taking care of its prob-
lems in an overall organized and
representative framework on the
one hand and joining internation-
al action together with other
Jewish communities on the basis
of equality in defending the posi-
tion and future of the Jewish
people all over the world," he
ceclared.
He cited as dangers threatening
the position of many Jewish com-
munities throughout the world the
renewed symptoms of a brutal
anti-Semitism and the socially un-
stable position of many countries
which are in a pre revolutionary '
situation and which may destroy
the economic position of flourish
ing Jewish communities, lie also
Cited the problem of Soviet Russian
Jewry.
He warned that "all these factors
threatening our future will remain
alive and powerful for many years
and decades Therefore, the maj-
or task in Jewish life is to make
the Jewish people aware of this
real situation and do away with
their illusions and inclinations to
regard their future as secure and
take their problems very easy."
Col. shlomo Goren, Chief Chap-;
lain of the Israeli Defense Forces
told the delegates that one of the
most inspiring developments in is-
rael was a "tremendous and grow-
ing interest in religion" among its
JOUng people. "However, while
I'us need to relate to Jewish reli-
gious practices is manifest among
large segments of our young, there
is n0 single group in Israel thutj
is making a concerted and organiz-
ed effort to reach these young]
people."" he stated. He said' that
the problem in Israel could be met
by establishing centers, patterned
after the Young Israel in Ameri-
ca, in such cities as Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem, and Haifa.
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>Jfwl*t Ffrrkfton
Friday, December 28, lggj
Beth David Marks
New Year's Eve
Beth David Men's Club will spoil-
r a congregational New Year's
ve party, according to an
auncement by Louis Seitlin, prea
lent ot the club.
The gala [unction will take plact
i the air-conditioned Grand Ball
jom of Both David Congregat
> capacity turnout f some 400
ersons is expected.
Dancing will be to the music oi
r-Schor and h;- orchestra Nami
- chairmen of the New V
v.' celebration were Norman
-hoik and Arthur Ro-inek
Asthma Research Chapter
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. preside,
Of the Miami Beach Chapi
Children's Asthma Rest
lute and Hospital at !. ,..- pr^
sided it a meeting ai
Ihui jday, at the \\.,
eral. 1234 Was' ingl
George Rurti was pr .
man
Pioneer Women
To Celebrate
Mrs Joseph Krantz. president of
ioneer Women's Club I. announ-
ce a New Year's Eve and Wei-
ime Horn- celebration on Mon-
ay, 8 p.m.. at Kneseth Israel Con-
regation
The function will honor Dr
j-.-. Simon Wilensky Buffet sup
or will be served. Chairman ol
ie evening is Mrs Ida Bickow
s4 v .
An original cantata written by Rabbi and Mrs.
Eugene Labovitz was presented in conjunc-
tion with late services at Temple Ner Tamid
last Friday. The title of the cantata was "Let
There be Light," and was in keeping with
the theme of Chanuka. Front row (left to right'
are Mesdames Yvette Silberger. Hyman Sherr,
Jack Shaw, Eugene Rothenbaum, Saul Breeh.
Herbert Miller and Leo Paul. Top row (left to
right ate Mesdames Irvine Spear, Ben Avick.
Don Pnchason. Alice Pincus. Paul Wilsou,
Louis Golden, and Eugene Labovitz. Left is
Joseph Schriebman, who provided musical
accompaniment. Right is Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
U.S. Unit in Half-Million Israel Grant
Continued from Page 1-A
i | the collective settlements
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or. its future development. It is
also now engaged in a study of
the relative importance of the
private government, and Histad-
rut sectors in the national econ-
omy. A number of previous Falk
project studies of various aspects
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providing some degree "t affilia-
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Friday. December 28. 1962
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Ahoth. Chapter III ... 3
R. Chananya. the ton of Tarad-
>diJ. 1/ iwo (11 together and
rchtxiffi no worth c'f Ti>rjli.
. \ ,;re j Hireling j >, ,.[j, ,> ,
img whom it (1 said The godly
ifffttt; hut if two tit together and
rchdng< ivordj 0/ 7orh, the
M Presence ahules between
-.. <-.- it > said. Tfcen ihrv rlut
;-,.! tdc Lord spake ""< 11 "'1 t/if
mnl tlir Lord hearkened and
,:-J, and .1 hoe^ 0/ rmembcrencc
ivritrcn before him. for them
fr.:'rd file Lind. .1,1,1 ,||at
hi i.rcn hll \.iim- \n]c tlir
citure rtMMei me to draw this
<-..< in respect t" tn, persons:
-1 Mfl it he declared that 1/ e\en
person tf.iiiF.ii.lv occupies
'.1 u ith th<- Torah the II 1
Messed h.- he appoint* unto
.! reward.' Because fi 1 .. I
: he "t alone and 11
tiUness yet he ta^en it (the re-
I) uron him.
'tjfnisirkrif&ir.
Page 9-A
Need for Careful Planning
Taught in Biblical Episode
C^m//C to L JZit 'Jriday , The eighth and final candle will be lit in Chanuka Mcnorahs h> -
! Friday on the eye of the last day of the Festival ol Lights, annual ce
bration of the victory of the Maccabees over Antiochus and the Grae-
Syrians. Sabbath services wiU follow on Saturday in synaeog- t
I throughout the Greater Miami area.

Q
ucstioH
n
>v
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
are kindled at home only in
the evening while they are
kindled in the synagogue burn
at the evening and morning
.ervices?
Kindling the liy'Hs implies the
t of publicizing the miracle"
lights of the ancient temple
for which the oil lasted eight days
instead of the natural span of one
'.!> At home, especially today.
r the evening hours during
which the family is present and
jhli to witness the lights. Fur-
re, the sages claim "of what
s .1 light in the daytime," im-
^King that a light in Ihe daytime
lardly noticed, whereas a light
(' nisht is obvious. This is all true
n the home, in the synagogue the
assemble in the morning
-ill as the evening and thus
ndles arc lit In the morning
1 well as in the synagogue,
the llallei Psaims are re-
luring the morning in the
gue and it was felt that the
- should be lit during the
>n of these Psalms since
be) .ire recited to commemorate
trade which i- represented
ly '.he candles.
v.1'. is the Biblical portion in the
Book of Numbers describing
'he dedication of the Taber-
nacle in the wilderness read
every morning of the Chanuka
week in the synagogue?
Tradition has it that the Taber-
was completed on the 25th
K. lev (the date of Chanuka I,
ten though it was not formal!)
! until the first of Nissan
Chanuka is actually the
1 (the) Dedication of [he
when the Maccabcans re-
: it and purified it 1 the
lion "f the dedication of
1; .nie nt old makes .1 fit
lion for the scripture read
the week of the festival
0. JOitPH R. NAROT
. need for planning
By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Temple Israel
Many Of us never cease lu be
""I"''.....I with the differeno in
spirit which are so very evident be-
tween the secular New Year's cele-
bration and the hallowed Jewish
New Year's observance. The first
tcnd> to he a spirit of hilarity and
abandonment; the second is one ol
deep reverence and concern, On
the secular New Year, we may
read of accidents caused by drunk-
en drivers On our religious New
Year, we reflecl on the inspiring
fact that virtual!) over) Jew hears
within him the call of his heri-
tage and, however awkwardly or
self-consciously, answers that call,
It would be well, indeed, if
more of the seriousness of thought
that characterizes Rosh ilashona
would be infused into the atmos-
phere that surrounds Jan. 1 This
would, then, be one more much-
needed opportunity for mankind to
consider the responsibility it faci -
in theToridS,r008then lh* h0Pe ""' PeaCC' '"'' "V,,l"m- and ""' justlce
If this were done, more nun would apply to human affairs the sic
nificanl point of the story our Torah tells us this Sabbath Tin- of
course is the story of the seven years of plenty that were to be "fol-'
lowed by the seven years of want, and of how Joseph helped Pharaoh'
avert the disaster that might have otherwise struck Egypt.
If the need for intelligent planning and human anticipation of suf-;
taring is taught to us by this Biblical episode, how much more does
it show us the urgent need for action when hunger and satiety ignor-
ance and knowledge, and freedom and slavery exist side hv-side in the
same community, in the same land, in the same world.
As Jews, as Americans, and as citizens of the world, we must
strive to do all we can to contribute to such human conduct that the
sorrow will not always follow upon the pleasantness in bitter and end-
less succession. To name a few, we must help the Combined Jewish
Appeal, not only to reach its goal, but to advance to that fulfillment
of need and responsibility which ought rightly be ours as a large sector
of Jewish life.
We must encourage our community to be and become a source of
security and equality of opportunity for (he Negro and the Cuban, the
refugee, as well as for Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic life. We should
encourage our country and the United Nations to help avert years
of deprivation and oppression by making n possible for all nations to
share the possessions and the blessings
All tin- w( must do as we step across the threshold of another year
in the life of mankinda life which is often filled with trial, but "also
laden with possibility.
; "VGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
I rldaj S; Hi nnd s p.m. s. rnx
I lie S..III-titles ||. ,\i ,., ., i,,., H
i ;-i I"'-. Siitiinlns in h m.
** ''....." "Chanuka Candle Apix-nl
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Krldaj S:13 p.m. Colleee Homeeom-
:|i- ft speakers; Ann i in i n-
'ii.nil.nn CoIIi-ro, l itiwburKh:
[Main Kam r. nn Son.- Cnlverslt) .
victor Flshmnn, I'nii.-rHn ,,f Miami;
Chnrli.- Ri III (Jooi ula Ti oh, Sntur-
aaj : n in liar Mltayah: Joel, Bon ol
Mr. ami Mm. Nathan Davidow; lil-
lott, nun "i Mr. and Mm, Max Mi -
inx.
-
BETH EL. 500 SW i/in ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Fi Idaj : |i in Sntui cluv s 30 i in.
SVrnion: "Keep ill. b'lamvu lliirning."
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
C.intor Hyman Fine.
Krhla> s.|-, p.m. Sermon: "The Jew-
i-h M 'tin i and 'luinuka Sal irdio
i in.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
I Ida> .' |i.m. Satin >' 'Mi-i-tinjj "i" I:i"tIn r.-
GEMS OF WISDOM
What one fool spoils, ihouta
wise men cannot amend, BMDI
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1 -II !
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I li.i.u li:l"i p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "When .Ml the Candles arc
l.i
Kile, son
Mome.
if Mi
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlla -,t
Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reco..-
structionist. Rar.i.r Morria Sk.i.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Hrldny 8:13 p.m. Hernton "Thi ..
That Ri ally Matter." Saturday, IS 0
.in. Hermon: "Another New \<
ii ol Mr,
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max i:ii: Mltrviih: [Tanlel
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Jji-g, Burton Yagoda.
Friday 8:13 pin. Mrs. Joaepll Ram-
lain, prefideitl of SlFterliood, t.. hnn TEMPLE BETH SKO-.OM. 4144 Cha
BreotliiB*. Sermon: "Blinded In the ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronls-.
Sun." Saturdaj 9:43 a.m. Sermon: Cantsr David Conviser.
, lh, Llshi Rtdlng Away."
l-'ri.l;i> 8:13 P.rn, College liom....."
_ in;. Sermon: "Should Students P
fj? LtJ',9 S k rc ? llelnata in Political Movemfeat
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. s, ,,.,, ,,-, ., ,. I;,|:. M,IZV
lrldn> speelnl rhnnuka aervlee 3:t3jsentt, son "f -Mr. and Mm. I;red Sh
P.m. Satuixla.v -::. a.m. Sermon: |don: Jon, aon "i Dr and lis. f.udo' it
"ri"!..! i s from nr Pretending Wagner.
Frit mis."
'TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waihlr !-
BETH TORAH. 1o4tn s\. ana NE 11th ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi trwl J
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- -
baum.
KVfday y:::" p.m. Homeeominct ser-
vlee. Sermon: "Colleare Homevomlng
\\ii> are So Man> Parents and iMill-
dn-n Ineompntllile?" Itas Mii/.v.ih:
An i i, daughti r o( Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Si. inl..i t. Satunla) 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Mlehael, son of Mr. andIJIri, TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo a
Sliiiil.-\ Mill, i ; Itennett, son or Mr. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morde ll
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brow
I .1 .\ 8:13 p.in Singing -. btj
snturdi i !"::'.n Bur Mitzvah: Pet ,
Mi. and Mrs. -W ert Jaoob> u
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th s-.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Nar .-.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Cai *
T< mple .'f rnderstandlnu Sue.....d -i
Today's World?"
if Mr. ii ml Mrs. Jnek ll.-ll.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
rT'H^a,bbi Samuel Apr"- Cant0r TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th rft.
Gershon Levin. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abra -
Prlda> >:'" i'.in. Sermon: rhe li owitz. cantor Edward Klein.
ih, House. Bas Mitzvah: El- -
____ l.....M.......1 Mi.. I .... I.I
jle, daughter of Mi and Mm. David TEMPLE NER jamiu. 80th st
"' Satunla> v!, a.in. Tat(lm Waterway. Modern T
-/I new LJotn' ^rongrcgations
SAM GOtOSTflN
Temple Israel
In ;ill its fortj years of exisl
enee. ihe clear and unique charac-
ter "t Temple Israel h.i- been the
same. The clarit) has been in its
philosophj and program, which
have been consistently runted in
Judaism, The uniqueni ss
,iii in the human fa c I o r.
which has always included nun
iiiul women from ever) area and
section ol the community. So il
was when the handful of families
gathered fom decades
lo i. uiiu Ihe c< n
, i| is todaj when, in its l 350
families, mon lhan 50 percent
M, i, Mdi nts ol Miami Beach from
South Beach lo Ba> Harbor, and
i-crj an a from
Hollywood i" H
Tins has obviousb me.mi thai
to the members ol Temple Israel
conviction is more important than
ideas more rele-
vant than proximitj Cosmopol
itan in its population though rem
pie Israel is. il is still homogene
ous in us definition of what Re-
form Judaism means, and in its
understanding of what Reform Ju
ilaisni expects "I them
The lait) of T< mple Israel has
not only gth in the Tun
pie itself The; have also lenl
leadership and inspiration to e\
r\ worth) Jev ish and communal
cause The Tempi' s rabbinic
leadership has lik< vise been in
tensely devoted to Reform Juda-
,s, and at the same tirn.
ren.ed with manj other significanl
Interesti ol Jewrj and the coun
Li
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richt;r.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
I rldns I p.m. Sermon: "A NV
Keast of Ivdleallon." Satunlay 8:SH
a.m. Bar Mltatvah: Steven, son "i
\i hi,i Mrs. Murray Ignal.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Hill [ prepared in
Spiritual
Leaders of I
. A
-\ \ i ii'srmrz
if>r
:ii i'
The importance ol Temple Is-
lo its member; is nol only
ilitics main
.. i ne facilities:
nol onlj thai il conducts a relig-
ious school, courses of study in
adull e location a Sisterhood and
Brotherhood, ;i- well as Youth
am almost all congrega-
tions can boast of these things.
What is significanl to its members
is thai without fanfare or apology,
clearl) and unmistakably, the use
In which the facilities are put and
the content which is infused into
the program arc attuned to the
concepts of Reform Judaism
Sam a Goldstein presently ser-
. president of Temple Israel
ni Great* r Miami, Dr Joseph H
is spiritual Ii ader. Jacob
Bornstein serves as c a n i or and
rdueator Morris w Graff is assis-
tant rabbi Edward Cohen is ad
mmistrative director Dr Jacob
Kaplan is rabbi emeritus. Mrs.
iham i> president ol the
hood Jesse t'asselhofl is
i resident ol the Brotherhood, and
Richard Pleischman heads the
. a*l
T'ao,-
tion.il. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. C -
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday S:lTi n.m. Coll -, Hori
in^. Purtieipants: Honard Oeo -
Carrey, Miss Maxlne tlreenberffi Kl
.ri .lay H'lltznian, Mi-- Reba Shas I
Kaplan, Miss- .linliili Myrna I.in ,,
Miss I-^ tin- Marfcolles, Miaa Annabt -
Press, Mi-- Marlem Itosenberr, M -
Fredlyn Kosenfeld. Broke it-'i.''-
Miaa KIN, n Selden, Howurd Jay 81
kowltx, Miss llonnie Tubin, a
Charles Zalls. Quest speaker: Urn.
Iiiiim s p.m. Ilomeromlng st rviee. I nnn ,,f Dr. and Mr-. Ben Ij. I h't
.ne- s, ,ii Bunsky, Jtmlor ^i ;.., "How Ms Jewish Kduoat
, iii^n Soli.ml: Jeffrey Strumpf, H:is Helped Mc "ii the rampu
freshman l Binory: Rnd Marilyn ..... bnabbat hosts: Mr and M
Strauss, sophomore, Stetson Culver- i.,.,,:- Hirsh, in honor ( tneir ''
<..iiiiiiii.iti.ni i I.,-- eantora: unnlvei-sary. Saturda) 8:43 a.m.
Iiavid l-rltm-h ami lirry Banaky.
eonfirmnllon eln TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAM.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Ral
i.. |ti n. ii rr> tloldinark, Bnrry
Hush' M 11 eh ell Strumpf, Linda
IYHmIi, Miiruiu-ei Kminer, llarlce
I .,:. ; I ..i v i ll II
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
,, i p.m Si
How We S.UUI i .i in
Daniel M. Lovvy.
I- i-i.l.n s;!.', p.m. Sen S I II,
\, n i -, in. Mm -1,1 -The
-jIii- ol Sigmund I

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mia-I
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Her
Wernick. Cantor Albert Clantz.
i': .in '" p.m. Si nn"ii. "The H
M, nol-illl." l Hies Siliil'li.it lies
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Vll M M I 1st III honor
ga,rAXbrabR,arSe,?aV,d Lehr,"'d
Ca-itor Abraham Self. .._, .:. dMr utl. i
'
I idlth No -
_ .__ day 8 a
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Vrlhui
1.....''" ri-
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9:1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Ral- I
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ja l{
Lerner.
Taa1 ne^r- astls '
* rJEvTI'-.tHp.....o.le.ehon -
M.mut-1 i' ''_._ ,,,, ,;,M speaker! Meivln Ry
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 jiV." "Vijltlent at '*"Jv,"'8"?m.MT
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Satlirdn.N s Ij a.m. heinioll. I
R^onahE.Caplan. Cantor Mor- ^-l;"^ *<$& Ke Wm*
ri. r...,, Bar Mllavah: Ull v.p-tv
ns Berger
I ,i.n s e in Ser.....ii
fidntsi rdaj 9 a.m.
'"," ,n of Mr ad YFHUDAH MOSME 13M0 W. Oinla
"l'/1;:: '' "".Utl. son o hwy. Conservative. Rabb, Mort
, V, r\i I I>en Shalow.u. Cantor Maurice; Neu.
1 ? vi and Mrs Kurt Wolf Friday S:13 p.m. Bermon: "The US'X
,- .. ,,| mi and Mrs. Ivun .
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
n n "i 'II' 'I ....."""-.
Vttltudi ,,i
. l-oward I
;. ''"'. Xl'i'z'
:, M and Mra
TEMPLE BETH*EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
T
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Coprtof Spotlight: By MtlTON FRIEDMAN
The Ticklish Question of Religious Observance in Washington
Washington
? HRISTMAS IN Washington
' brings questions of controver-
sial religious observances in the
government-operated District of
Columbia schools and similar
I church-stale issues The status of
Washington as the national capital
nakes policy on such matters ot
__special significance. Federal con-
cepts of government involvement with religion may
tx evaluated through practices here.
The Jewish Community Council of Greater Wash-
in is therefore thrust into some activities dif-
ferent from those of councils in other cities.
Washington's representative Jewish body is com-
mitted to the values of religion and its ccntrality
ir Jewish life. It is equally committed to the prin-
ciple of separation of church from state as a safe-
guard of religious freedom for all Americans. Its
vij lance has been demonstrated.
Federal buildings at one time displayed electric
lisht arrangements in their windows to depict the
Christian cross in connection with the Easter cele-
bration. The council effectively interceded, halt-
irg the practice.
Another instance of Council action pertained
to a Christmas pageant featuring Nativity scenes.
It was sponsortd by the federal government. The
1 ..giant continues in the same ellipse area adjacent
to the White House. It is annually dedicated by
the President. But the council's intercession brought
the pageant under the sponsorship of the Washington
Board of Trade instead of the government agencies
that had been so directly involved.
Problems remain. There are questions of fed-
eral manpower and material as well as the con-
tinued presence of the display on federal land. But
the council has avoided an extremist course, as
demonstrated by its attitude toward the official
White House Christmas tree. The tree is regarded
as a symbol of pagan origin rather than something
of an ohjectionable religious character.
The Easter egg hunts go merrily on. There is
no Jewish objection. Last year, some Jewish chil-
dren enlivened things by bringing colored matzo
balls to the White House lawn. The matzo balls
v ere no more sacred than the Easter eggs.
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
An Important Decision
Jerusalem
THE JUDGMENT OF Isi
High Court of Justice in the
ol "Fath< r Daniel" was,
tural a
ir to
ii born I atholic
i 0 v aid thai he is
! p un-
thus rei

he 3u iI I much d
e of Israel,
Tin Court ruled thai although under Jewish religious
lawthe Halacha up stat< remains a Jew, he cannot
be c a Je\ under Israel's secular Law ol He-
turn.
One maj assume thai some rabbinical scholars will
not fuii> concur in the Interpretation of the Halacha.
Likewise, 'he dissenting Justice will no doubt find sup-
porters lor his legal arguments regarding the interpreta-
tion of the provls ons of the Law of Return.
However, without entering into the details, the Court's
judgment represents an important and timely contribu-
tion to the clarification of the term Jew. which because
of our turbulent timesand also the emergence of the
State of Israelhas become the subject of repealed, and
often sterile, debates.
It has underscored the content of the term: that be-
Jew, a member of the Jewish people, is not confined
1o religion aloni
What Father !>amel a-k- of us- said Ihe Court's Pres
in his Judgmentis that we draw a line after the
notified historical meaning of the designation Jew and
, all the spiritual values for which we were massa-
ius periods ol our long exile
glory of our martyrs of the Middle Ages would pale
I vanish and our history would lose its continuity.
It i- the common heritage, the common tradition that
Sun ly all Jews in Israel -be they reli-
;- or anti religiousare bound i>> .these
old links.
erion apply to the Jews in Israel
i .i h religion be conceived as something
irati from the overall Jewish past, its history, mar-
tyrdom and 1 U 'hat has formed and molded
ji throughout tin
it was of course Juridically right for the Court not
to have passed it- judgment in the case on the basis ol
the religious law. It was called upon to interpret the
.secular Law of Return, However, it is surely no coinei-
.. .. :_ i.: .. ... ;..j---- ...--innrtaH thn
The council is mindful that the Supreme Court
ruled last June in the Engel v. Vitale case that
when the power, prestige and financial support
ol government is placed behind a particular reli-
gious belief, the indirect coercive pressure upon re-
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
A Potpourri
Of Good Books
- HE END OF the calendar year, and the
shelves are sagging under the weight of books which
should have been reviewed, however briefly .
Here. then, are some which are getting in just unde.
Yitzhak Baer's "A History of the Jews Ini Chris-
tian Spain" (Volume 1. Jewish Publication Society
of America. S5.00) is a classic, translated from the
Hebrew by Louis Schoffman. The book represents
three decades of Baer's work, and covers the period
from the age of Reconquest (from the Moslems) to
the 14th century. Baer. an historian in the true, as
opposed to the modern, sense, is dedicated to facts
and sources and to the complete presentation of all
that is knewn about his subject. Consequently, his
analysis of Jewish status during this period, based
on his years in the Spanish archives, differs from
the usual assumptions. The drama of Spanish Jew-
ry and the puzzle of their tragedy has engrossed
Jewish thinkers for hundreds of years. This ex-
haustive study stands as probably the most authori-
tative work on that period.
The author of "Women Build a Land/ (Herzl
Press, S6.OO1 is Ada Maimon. Israeli educator, legis-
lator feminist leader and director of the Ayanot
Girls' Training Farm, since 1930. She was also
one of the eleven women members of the First
Knesset. The role of women in Israel, and partic
ularly of the women's labor movement, is especially-
interesting in its divergence from the American-
European view. 1 keep wondering, however, whether
Simonc de Beauvoir would really be happy in Israel.
Joseph Adler's "The Henl Paradox: Political,
Social and Economic Theories of a Realist" (Herzl
Press $5.50) brines to the foreground the somewhat
neglected theoretical contributions of Herzl. partic-
ular^ his -New Society" based on principles of
social justice, and what he called mutualism.' a
combination of the best of capitalism and socialism
The author's contention that Herri's dream ot the
kind of a Slate which Israel was tu be lias yel to
be realized sei ms well taken.
From Meridian Books and the Jewish Publica-
tion Societj of America come four soft-cover boons
worth owning, "Selected Essays of Ahad Ha-'Am,"
translated, edited and introduced b> Sir Leon Simon,
presents seventeen of the essential i'->j!- ol Asher
Ginzberg. one ol the great advocates ol cultural and
spiritual Zionism Lou Ginzberg's "On Jewish
Law and Lore" ($1.75i brings together s,\ ,.| the
late scholar's essays on Judaism "An Introduction
to the Palestinian Talmud" is the Hist; others are
on Jewish folklore the significance of the Halachah
tor Jewish history, allegorical interpretation of
scripture, codification ol Jewish law. and the Cabala
"Akiba: Scholar, Saint and Martyr," by Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary, is a warm, well written and extreme
ly interesting biography of the revered and beloved
talmudic sage.
Finally. Alex Bern's biograpb) of "Theodor
Herzl" (S2.25i is an exceptionally well researched
book, somewhat condensed from the Hebrew and
Cicrman versions. It still runs 526 pages, plus index
and bibliography, and that s a lot of good book for
the money.
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
ligious minorities to conform to tin .-* 0,
ficially approved religion is plain A union ol
government and religion tends to destroy govern-
ment and to degrade religion."
Council President Richard K. Lyor, !-.. said that
the Court's decision appears to confirm your coun-
cil's oft-stated view that religious Ol an(j
practices under public school auspic s are u urious
psychologically, destructive of authentic i
and repugnant to the principles of the Amencar Cor..
stitulion."
During coming months three different ..i-
volving Bible reading, recitation of tht Lord Pray.
er. or religious holiday observances in | -. hool>.
vill be heard by the Supreme Court. Intense emo-
Monalism was indicated in widespread I tl irsl> pro-
testing last summer's school prayer (in non,
Hence."' said Mr. Lyon. "it becom-s even more
important this year that any problems *hi<
arise should be handled in a responsible and !
manlike fashion, and that individual situations not
he magnified out of proportion so as to uni
ily arouse hostile public feeling and acril
actions."
Advice and guidance are offered b) the K
Cil's executive director. Isaac Franck. Mr Fraad
:s a leading force in the DC. church -t..w 1
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZgM
im
\- ol
The Lure of Dinners
PHE LURE OF public dinners utM
1 ned tor me over the vear- >nd, id
I W ^r\ for professional responsibility. 1 oouldl
without them.
More often than nut Uu (btd
I speeches are agonizing]) dull r i*l
I lious. mundane and a- long as the gal*
I It is on rare occasion? that
- \ speaker rises above the din. <
4 Pr Ik. strain my neck t<> get a -peak' -
and undertone, but almost always my scribbling i in vg;
when I have deciphered it The words lavarfabl] 1
old. the semantics colorless, the ideas ^ntiquat'^
the content shallow.
As a rule there is neither newness nor ever aL-i(|
making throughout an evening of laborious travail
There have of course been notable exception-
the few Jewish leaders who can be counted
-Hiking an inauspicious not,- from the platform I
M. M. Warburg lli^ roots ot mere) i
i o deep that he almost never n Hi i
guidance when he dwells on Jewish mi
..- I have heard him, I always carried i
ichoes
I still carry Hie e, ho of liis rein.!
n "t t!-.' iei t ni 25th annual i -
ence ot ihe l J\. 'Ihe parle) "as marki
. ; !mi! b) .i spirit ,,] |, stivit)
hanced !>> the rai his word
\\ hat did Warburg saj on that o >
' thim > that i.e. ded --> ing on the
said them uniquely, with an artistrj
'.. ..its and souls and mind-.
s i aking ol Ihe historic milestone i
i, ii neithi r ii to saccharine nor drai
him the significance "i the event deri
"we now an t."t only children of 1
makers ot history'' whose "power is thl
I: i- difficult, he went ,.ii "to think Ol I
history" because "the searing anguish, '
id. is prisoner of our memory."
There was a [on) ami despair in Ji
thl Mack era. but "out of the agony and !
come a new determination to survive" at
an instrument of survival." The Jewish ::,t
declared in a peacock like gesture thl '
perceptible only to this eye, has ",.
new direction, new -lory to the quest!
brothers' keepers"" His reverence for
urable, is the entrj in my notebook I l
One of the West's Very Successful Musicians
I TALKED WITH Felix Slatkui. on,
' ihe West's most successful popular
musicians n cording his own am
ments ol American folk music for "Lib-
ert) Using addles as the i>a-is .,t bis
orchestration, he mo-' recent)) reli
..ilium. "Fantastic Strings Plaj
tastic Themes As all his creative
i, it is lull of sadness and Jo)
You cannot help but listen to Slatkin
'hen you live m California where he in.' onl) is con I
lie Hollywood Howl orchestra hut i- ., stead)
in your living room whenever you turn on your radio
Earlier in his career, Felix Slatkin had been first
violinist in studio orchestras recording motion picture
-tores I,,i -mil companies ,,. Korngold, Tiomkin and
llosza.
Jaii
I
'
Hollai d Yi lest condt
i i sentmi nl
i tried to make his I.:
Russian ii Is, Felis Slatkm
lan from his knoi ledgi ol Yi dish
l \ "H all) anti Semitic remar1
oi. hestra who fell degi
baton ol 11 .lew.
Arthur Lubin has ri turned fron
ed a ned v ersion oi "The
ihe show business wizard and p.
film maker Lubin do* n
television series starring Alan You
thereto) involves himself once mon
lie i- an old hand m such "
the motion picture series of "Fram
calls his own invention.
esigncd "Rhubarb" in
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Friday, Dcce~ber 23
Government
By Pipeline
By MAX LERNER
Early this monthon Dec. 2there was an anniversary that went
largely unnoticed. It was on Dec. 2. 1942 Ilia! Enruo Fermi and his
associates earned throu.uh the first self-sustaining nuclear chain-reac-
tion. It was thismore authentically than the events at Los Alamo-
and Hiroshimathat ushered in the era of overkill weapons.
All the arts of government and diplomacy among the Great Pow-
ers have had to be conducted, ever since, in the shadou of this over-
kill potential. The consequences of some wrong decision are so great
that we must reassess many of the techniques ol government we have
taken for granted in the past.
Ore of them is the doctrine that nothing must stand in the way
of giving the people the "inside dope"' bout what happens in the coun-
cils of the government. In an age when television, added to the pre- vice president and member 01 it-
itself, supplies a steady stream of spot news, a number of the weekly board f>I trustee-.
magazines have turned to "inside dopester" journalism in their intense Ruskin said that "the executive
competitive struggle for circulation. It is out of this competition that
the Stevenson Affair has emerged. But one wonders whether the high
cost of such journalism to the nation is not a lamentable price to pa>
for it.
Ruskin to Head
Residents Council
Dan P.. Ku*kin. past preaMent
ol the Greater Miami .'< nsh Fted
eration and past chairm in i f Fed
i (ion's Combined Jcwi i Appeal,
will take par! i i the \\ :"
versan year campaign as chair-
man ol the CJ \ '<< siden Council.
ii was announced Wcdnesdaj bj
Samuel Frie Ian I and
- co-chairmen ot the 1963 Com-
,i, sh Appeal.
Keki: Ins servi a> h m wary
r*reident oi Federation, co-chair-
man ol thi Initial Oilts Dis ston,
and a- campaign vice chairm a i A
leading figure In the establishment
and growth ol Mt. Sinai Hospital,
a Federation-affiliated agency.
Ruskin served as chairman of the
building and planning committee
oi Mt. Sinai, and is currently a
and steering committees of Fed-
eration have set a goal of $1,629.-
810, which is an increase of it per
tent lor the silver anniversary
>ear. I know of no bvttcr time
(o go forward with vigorous -up-
President Kennedy, who has suffered a great deal recently from
the disease of propinquityin terms of political ambitions within hiiport of Federation."
own familyi, now suffering heavily from the consequences of his \
journalistic cronies It is hard to believe that he was so inept as to1
plan the Alsop-Bartlctt atack on Stevenson, or even encourage it
Obviously the two writers, known to be close to the President, had
easier access to the inner circle of policy-makers than some of the
iest of us would have. People talked to them who wouldn't talk to \ou
or me. And they may have had a particular purpose in talking. This
is the great danger of pipeline journalism: the pipeline may be pois-
oned.
The Washington correspondent for the Lon Ion "Observer" puts
the blame for the lead on thre men in the inner circle: McGet
Bundy. Dean Acheson, and CIA Director McCone. The curious tact is
that this dispatch is itsell a form of pipeline journalism"inside dope-
ster" stutfand maj be as unfair t" the reputation ol the three men
mentioned as the original article was unfair t.i Stevenson's reputation.
The difference however is a crucial one. The naming oi the three
men car. damage them, but those who live by the sword must expect
to -et hurt by it But in the case of the original article, what was
breachedwhether accurately or notwas the secrecy "t the decision-
making process, not mere!) the secrec) of palace intrigues There
must be a competition of ideas in reaching decisions that bears unor
nuclear warfare and nuclear diplomacy: otherwise the whole range of
factori and forces i" be weighed in the decision will not be exploi

This is the heart of the problem of decision-making in an overkill
age. The Alsop-BanUtt article put into circulation the struggle be-
tween the "Hawks" and the "Doves." ;ls part of a new political aviary
Of our time They refer to the "hard-" and "softs." But thi- is to Rabbi Schfff Ofl Radio
mistake the whole nature of the political war with world Communism
It would be unfortunate if we froze the positions on American world
politics into "hard" and "soft" categories, and thus froie out wha*
is most importanta realism which confront- the intangibles of policj
as Weil as naked power. The question is not whether you are hard 01 ,
soft, but whether you are tough-minded enough to face the lac ol
power but also to encompass the intangibles of idea, prejudice, con
viction, fear, hate, anxiety, pas-ion.
Alongside the Stevenson Affair we must now place the Acheson Af-
fair. The former Secretary of State, a -ea-oned and precise diplomat,
made :i speech m which he said some harsh things about I'm sh pi wei
and the role of Great Britain m history. They have understandably
hurt the sensitivities oi the British
Here too the question of the pipeline enters, since Dean Acheson i-
l si to President Kennedy, and it i- a good guess that their views on
world politics are pretty close to each othercertainly much closer
than those of Kennedy and Stevenson. The British feel hurt because
they feel that Kennedy may have used Acheson to say somethin
direct!} which he could not at present say himself.
DAN B. RUSKIN
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
lea er of Beth El Congregation,
was heard last weekend m a
sage on "ChanukaSeason of
Dedication" during the radio pro
gram spons red regularly h) the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn
The program is heard Sundays, 11
a.m o\ er WGBS
Although I have no pipeline myself, this guess woulc.' not surprise
me. Quite possiblj Ache-on maj have been nif on what the lawyers
call technically "a frolic of his own." m a continuing vandetta against
those who an unwilling to lace the harsh facts ol power changes in
our world. But it is also quite possible that the Administration wants
to >tart reshaping its European policy, and is using Acheson to fire
the opening gun in its campaign.
What I have in mind is the fact that, except tor DeGaulle and his
new prestige after hi- remarkable election victory, there l- a lea
ship and power vacuum in Western Europe. Macmillai prestige
keep- steadily dropping, and Adenauer has only another year in of-
fice. What Acheson said in essence, was that th? "special relation"
if Britain to the U.S., which has been a containing thing since the
Churchill-Roosevelt relation, i- about played out. To recognize this
fad is the beginning ol wisdom in a new American approach to De
Gaulle, to the Common Market negotiations, to an independent nucleai
deterrent for NATO, to a new United state- ol Europe.
This is one case where Indirect pipeline diplomacy maj serve some
function in a tangled an,I difficult world.
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r CUMing the Temple Menorah Sisterhood word Kaufer, Mr*. Herzl Honor Mrs Herbert
N- W Year's Eve party Monday, 9:30 p.m.. are Kaplan. Mrs. Rav Morse. Sisterhood president
left to right) Mrs. Hyman Bergad. Mrs. Ed- and Mrs. Rose Shavinsky.
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"eJewislti Floridian
V.TTTii. Florida. Friday. December 28, 1962
New Year's Eve
At Ner Tamid
- i xl and Men's Cub ol
[ it Tamid are jointij
wring their >i\th annual New
\\ E\c party.
affair w ill be held on Mon-
[ it..;, in Sklar Auditorium oi the
Ii lr. Co-chairmen are Mrs
tta t ine and Mrs Carlton
I
ncbeon v ill be served al
Jit Mr-. Murraj \. Shaw
esident of the Sisterhood,
! Regent i* president of the
u. riub.
Section B
Phi Sigs Will
Party Sunday
l Sigma Smma Alumnae Chap
tor ul Greater Miami Mill hold its
hi tiday bruoch Sunday.
II in., in the Biscayne Tcr
I lotel.
T'. brunch affords an opp
all Miami alumnae. a< lives
.i tes, i" mi i i -:111 riu Sigs
nil here
I speaker "ill Miss Bar
luate of !'>. I'm-
'i Miami, vvhi i e was
.: Beta Theta I lapter
i aduate schw I 11
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- field secretary for Phi
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Leader Heard
At Tifereth
a illiarri Dtckaon presid 'nl
da Branch ol the Na
League ol the
\in .tea, was
aki r at a m inthh meel
S i rl.....i : remple
Jacob on Wedni day
: i bow itz. \ ice pr w
1 and means for ih'
.'id Mrs. Diekson pre
usaion ol the national
he attended in N<
Virginia Gerity, president of the Opeia Guild, and chairman
of the Opera Ball Committee, at a recent luncheon. Mrs. Al-
fred H. Daniels, Mrs. Walter Pierce and Mrs. Leoncrd Jacob-
son go over plans for the Opera Ball, which will be held on
Jan. 25 at the Fontaineblecu Hotel.
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by ISABEL GROVE
Nat'l. Executive Here
To Plan Luncheon
For Mrs. Grossinger
\ i unch al the home i i Mr-.
Popick, ;,!:,o \\ Bay Rd Mi!
.'ini Beach, conducted
Sami i 1 Simorhoff. pr I
Ihe G Miami W
'- 11. An : lean Friends i i He
brew University, intro m rj ,i: -.
Anne Sabo Peshkin, national
live director ol the won tn -
group. Mrs Popick .- hospital-
ity chairman.
Urs Peshkin, who jusl arrived
l:om New York to help complete
preparations for the "Woman of
lliv Year" award luncheon honor-
ing Mrs, Jennie Grossinger ;it the
Eden Roc Hotel here on Friday
afternoon, .inn. n. explained the
programming of the gala gather-
ing. She announced that a special
reception honoring patrons of the
luncheon and Mrs. Grossinger will
precede the Jan. 11 luncheon.
Time schedule will be announced
later, she said.
Mrs. Peshkin said that a large
delegation ol division representa-
tives from New York City. Phila-
delphia and Westchestcr were
planning tc arrive for the lunch-
eon, which will be conducted by
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. of the local
committee. The New York State
group will be led by Mrs. Abraham
r. Wechsler, civic leader and art
pa:ron. and Mrs. Leonard Shank-
man, representing the Westchcster
group.
She also said that many friends
i'. Mrs. Grossinger were planning
to aid the new Jennie Grossinger
Library Endowment Fund at He-
brew University.
Theme of the luncheon is "Wom-
enPacesetters for World Peace."
Secretary oi Stale fur Florida. Tom
Vdams. will speak. Renowned op-
era star BlancheThebom, will sin::.
and Mrs. L. .1 McCaffrey,
clubwoman, will present Mrs.
Grossinger with the Award.
Socia
Club
Chanuka Party
Miami Friendlj Social Club was
to held a Chanuka party Thur ij
7 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation.
i.i ding traditional C h a nuka
rii King wa to be Abe Sej al, Choir
includes Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Sherman, Max Frankel. Sam
Levin. Mrs. Ben Katz. Mrs, Goldie
Garshag, Mrs Sam Sarkin. Mrs.
Lillian Silver. Mrs. Lena Rowner,
Mrs. Y Shullman, and Mrs .Minnie
Stiegliti
Chairman ol refreshments was
to be Mrs. N. Broff. Co-chairmen
,.i the function were Mrs. Lillian
Silver and Mrs. Lena Keller. Max
Garshag is president oi the club.
MRS. ANNt PESHKIN
Arts League
Elects Officers
Annual installation dh a
concert of the Miami Beach .'Ju-
and Arts League wa. In. Satur-
day in the Imperial R"
Roney Plaza Hotel. Count] Con-
missioner Charles Hall acted
master of ceremonies.
Miss Nancy Griffin, former c<
certmaster of the All-Miami You
Symphony Orchestra, was rec
k-nt of the League's annual mu- :
scholarship presented at the d -
ner.
Officers installed wen G Bta
Freeman, president; Don:- Dr< :
el. Louis Siegel, Bertha H. Web
vice presidents; William Greene,
executive secretary; Lilli;.:". Bak .
and Ruth Freeman, secretaries.
Directors include Esther Barrett,
Irving Billig, Dr. Louis A. Bunir..
W Murray Frankfurt, Joseph L
Goodman, Chuck Hall, Louis lb
i. Lillian Kessler. Alici
Kwartin. Dr. Bernard Kwarti
i \v Malek, Kenneth Ok*,
Jerry Rosenthal, Marian Spear an
Aicla Ya-lo.
Zamora Ladies
Temple Zamora Sisterhi hi -
uled a candlelighting c< br -
lion ol Chanuka on Sunda;. p.i"
Children of the religious sell" i
participated.
tttion,
Kirsch, vice pre*
i |e oi culture and edu<
1 M nled the program.
It will bi
tails i nighl al the
, : Mr and Mrs. Louis August,
60 Sam ma D Ba> Heights
Pn be honored arc Miss Linda
and Sherman Jack Levine,
whii re planning to be married in
April Linda is arriving fur
rom Orlando, Fla .
.,.l re sh. lives with her pan
\1, ani Mr- Eli Prank
Mr and Mr* Ubcrt M '
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tual leadei ol n mi i Ni' ''"'
ld ofl for .i len-da> oing
lion up North, where hell
officat. "' ""
nieci and al.....rvc as
officer for his nephew. Rabbi
Phillip LaboxiU. of Baltimore
Md recently appointed spiritual
ol Ihc Montefiore Hebrew
i, cation Ihere Mtcr a
visit with his parent- In Pitts-
burgh, Pa he'll return home
judge and Mrs Marvin Eng-
. |, friends thai they'll
host their i:th annual ope" House
Sew Year's Eve, starting al
in \ddress is BO60 S< remac
iinl \- m
rmal invil I
being issued The Englander
tradition start'
a birthda> celebration for the
C0Uples oldest daughter, Nicki.
born Dec 31 exactlj 17 years
.., year even! has
an isl it'll mark the
rccenl birth ol the Englander a
Hfth daughti Chanelle,
bort <1"- >''"'
Continued on Pge4_B
His Excellency Abraham Darom. Israel's Envoy to the United
Nations is seen with Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor. q rend
marshail. of the Ambassadors Boll held Saturday nig*
S! fontainebleau Hotel. The event ^^^**
drive for 1962. and was attendee ry more than 1.000 Fe---5-


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Friday, December 23. log,
MR. a,JO K6i. ,
52nd Anniversary
For the Riegers
Celebrated Here
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rieger, 'f
2'i. Meridian Ave., Miami Boaeh
C4 lehrated 52 years of marriage
on Mondi
Th< c< u| le came here six j
Forme rly, Mr Rieg
72 is manufacturer on
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ivei sarj; the Martin Blachters,
i i I .'..! years; and Sh ;;.
I i Blachter, a i
Also planing in from Brooklyn
were 'In' couple's daughter an.!
in-law, Hannah and Jules Bar
nett.
Hirshes Mark
50th Anniversary
'r and Mrs. Louis Hush, of
ii.-. Onrland Vve.. Surfside, will
,. braii' their .">nth wedding anni-
m rsary Fridaj Dec 28. with an
Ones Shabbat following the even-
services .ii Temple Ner Tamid.
Mr and Mrs. Hlrsta were mar
nd nid'. (! here
in 1947. Hirah i- engaged profes-
> i" actuary for the
Town of Surfside,
n dinner in their h >nor
..... Harbour House
' i Saturday Guests
" !(< (i llowing relativi -
and their families: Bernard h
Da del H r
cousii :' ard 11 < si i
vitch, cousin; A A. Wcinberg bro-
ther; Mrs Snl Ritter, sister: Lionel
Bdenson and Bernard D. Hirsh,
nephews
The Hcrcourl and Hershkovitch
families are here from Paris,
France.

Greyhound Oval Opening Mond
MR. AND MRS. HIRSH
Greyhound racing gets off to a
- 'TaST sfffrf New Year's nighl. Jswr
1. at the Miami Beach Kennel
Club.
All indications point to a "high
ly successful season," according to1
ii William 11. Johnston, track preai
? dent.
We expect a thrill filled open-
ing night, with plans now u
shape," said Johnston, "and there
i- no reason whj we shouldn't sur-
pass las) year record I real
opening nighl crowd ol 7300.
There ma; be a record opening
I pari mutuel handle, too "
"We no' only look forward Ii
an excellent season al Miami
Beach Kennel Club, but the outiook
seems to me to be especiallj
bright for the Miami Beach area
rally." said J' hnston
H!',' i the largest ra ng plants
ol it- kind in the nation, the Mi-
ami Beach Kennel Club lies i n thi
mean iron: at the southern tip ol
ay
Miami Beach. Tin ,
rfTMBj seTVReT Wturft
ing 'aellitie- and \
veo
in a chass
0 A Co
TETLEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Ye*, there's Yom Tov t .,
ihu fine let.. ."floor crushed"
for tulleti strength tnd scimu-
Ution ... richer taste and pltu.
ure with your fleishigj ipj
milchigs tod beter ami
refreshment...
3rey] rts New Year's oi the Irack. William 1
Club. Nev
If you like
- [. ft asphalt-surfaced,
... Ihe c Bide
Students Offer
C:.C- I-;- r '
R i
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if the Youtl
ent play. "1 ne Ca x ol tl e
Mysterious Latke." directed by
Dorothj Kaul i
Included in the cast were Mer-
lida Go) ii n, Stuart Gordon, Bar- '
ara Koff, Larry Kramer. Susan
Curtz. Andrew Levine, Beth Lynn
Maxwell, Rita Rosinek, Steven Sha-
>iro, David Tanenbaum, Robert
I'aiicnbaum. Cynthia Toppell. Rich-
rd Waas. and Cheryl Tyfll.
Students held a Chanuka part)
follow in-: the assembly

Certified Ktuhtt ^*<3^,J
HnoV ttnet Rabbinical S
Jlfr'
Ravi*1
You'll love
Vew Year's Eve Party
I i |lj Social Club will
hold .i Nev v- ir's Eve ; art} oi
evenii at the :
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GUARANlEfO N0N FATTENING!

Let's Have a Party!
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
lamed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
anuch thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c pet servtngi
W& KASHA
Brown
Bucwhcd
Greats
A .', '
Wolfl s Hnhs
I'll bring the Vita Herring. Ii'.- a real party
dish. No wink and all pleasure. The tender
herring morsi Is are ready to sei y from
the jar with crisp onion rings and a fabu
sauce. There's Vita Herring in your choice
of tangy sour cream, lightly spiced
v cocktail 9auce. Thi y'n so deli, ii
I'll bring a jar of each. What will you bring?
Just .muii.-ill'and a hearty appetitel
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VITA HERRING
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Friday. December 28, 1962
+JenistincrMiar
Page 3-B
(ft
At a Pjoneer Women s Club Golda Me.r cele- Meyerhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schirf. Mr. and
brc ion Dec. 16 at the Dupont Plaza are (eft Mr.. Abe Shoher. Mr. and Mrs. lack Victor
to :.ght) Mr. and Mrs. William Adelstone, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fox. The couples
ana Mrs. Dave MatasofsKy Mr. and Mrs. Mil- each marked their fiflieth-or-over weddinq an-
chell Dine. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Snvder, Mr. niversariea at the celebration,
and Mrs. Isadore Rudo. Mr. and Mrs. Max
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
163rd ST. FT. IAUDERDALE
WEST PAIM BEACH
BEAUTIFUL NEW DADEIAND
n
..
New Kosher FOOCI Antiques Show Slated Here
Product Revealed
Hebrew National Kosher Pood
Product! of Nca York scores with
their newest fosher food porduct,
Hebrew National Stuffed Cabbage
hi'h comes packed food good'
/i l portioi m a u1-<>/. jar, and
- i irtified to be kosher by Rabbi
in.11 Altusky, of New York.
Nothing but the finest Kosher
beef, ph's felected cabbage leaves
and the best ingredients, are
used in the manufacture "f this
product.
Using two portions to a full din
ncr will cost the housewife less
than 35c per dinner, which >- al
mo-t the price to the housev if
ol i le raw Ingredients alone, with-
out taking into consideration all
the work that must he done to
make this pro.iuit
Hcbre* National 'luffed cabbage
ian be bought at Food Pair Stores,
Ste\ena Markets. Grand I'nion
stor1-. Grandway Discount Cen-
ters Thrifty Supermarket on Mi-
nn! Beach. Washington Avenue
: ihvI Center on Miami Beach, and
hi r stores throughout the area.
Brwin it Stern Associates,
;S0 N'w 32nd Ct., Miami, are rep-
csentatives for Hebrew National
tosher Fond products in this area
Miami's 22nd annual antiques
the '. and sail : sch< duled for F '
7 t" 10 in Bayfront Park Auditor
linn Mrs. Ethel Mac Bocdy, ol
Cleveland, i manager of the show.
I to 11 p.m. The Zonta
Club ol Greater .Miami will en-
tertain al a tea from :; :;o to ."> p.m.,
on Saturday, Feb. 9, for patrons
at the >'w\\.
Young Adults
Slate Party Here
Young Adult Friends of Israel
will be hosts lo single young adults
of Greater Miami between the
ages of Lii and 35 at their first an-
nual New Year's Eve party at
Washington Federal. 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
Hob Sehcinwald, president of the
^ afis. has appointed Paula Ser-
naker an l Fred flonigman as chair-
men of the affair, The party will
start at HI p.m and is open to
Hie public.
There will he dancing and a
show, featuring the comedian.
Mousey Powell. A midnight buf-
fet dinner i- planned. Also serv-
ing on the committee are Mark
Nankin, Rachel Reznick, June
Snkoloff, Stanle> Karp. Miriam
Roshelle. Marilyn Friedman and
Donald Kaplan,
11 Couples Mark
Anniversaries
Annual Chanuka celebration of
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir club,
was held Sunday evening, Dec. 16.
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Musical pro-ram featured Rose
By rum. Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
spiritual loader of the Israelite
('enter, was guest speaker. Mrs.
Abraham Seltzer was chairman of
the evening's program. Mrs.
Marion Meyer presented the invo-
cation.
Stellar attraction of the evening
was the celebration by 11 couples
of their SOth-and-OVCr wedding an-
niversaries. Two specially dec-
orated tables featured gold as
their setting theme to mark the
iccasion.
Temple Zamora
In 'Welcome1
"Welcome Home" will be the
theme of services at Temple Za-
mora on Friday evening.
Speaking from the pulpit will be
Mclvin Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lack Rubin. 341H SW 16th Ter.. a
IJnivcrsilJ ol Miami student.
At services Saturday morning,
Hill Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Berman, 3310 Granada
Blvd.. a student at the Hebrew
\cadem> and former Temple Za-
mora student, will conduct the en-
tire sen ice,
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Friday. Decemte: 28. lg^
*S^ocialitc ... by Isabel v^
r o v c
Continued from Pge J-B ^^
Evelyn and Bon Clein. of 717!
S\v 118th St.. busy entertaining
their two sons bome for the win-
ter holidays Michael, a stu-
dent it G rg .. rech, is ,< mem-
I : of Alpha Epailon Pi Botoj.
who att Georgia, belong i to Tau
Phi
Leve, Newrran
Exchange Vows
Harriet Newman tx
Mrs. Ronald I Leve when the
coup' exchangi d \- ws on Sunday,
D< 23, at the Pontainbleau Hotel
Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiated.
Tl. the daughter i i Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Newman. 725
14th PI., Miami Beach The -room
i- -he son of Mr and Mrs M
I Leve, Indianapolis, In I
The bride was attired in ., chup-
rl train gown of bouquet taffi ta
The bodice was iced with a floral
pattern and featured nan encrust-
ed pearls and crystals on n
l i idered alencon la< e. Her glit-
teriri n of crysl
m topped with a three tier veil.
For some thm- old, she was mar.
ri< d with her maternal grandmoth-
wedding rii carried
white orchids and lily-of-the-vailey
on her confirmation Bible.
Matron of honor [or her sister
was Mrs. Marshall Waldman.
Bridesmaid was Miss Susan Finger
Mrs. Rudy Polack, the bri !e's
cousin, and Mrs Morton Tavel,
sister of the groom, were brides-
matrons. Flower girl was Diana
Beth Polack, and Miss Susan Both
was in charge of the guest book.
Besl man was Irving Levy. Ush-
ers included Theodore Kline, Mar-
shall Waldman. and Rudy Polack
.tumor ushers were Aaron and
David l.i ve, brother- of the gro
New lyv ed Mr- Leve is a grad-
uate of Indiana University, where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tan. Pleiades, and Mortar Hoard.
Her husband attended Indiana
L'l versity and the I niversitj ol
I tah i'c i- a meml
Alpha Mu and Sigma Delta Chi.
j"-i le Social Club staged a
recent dinner party at Victor
'ni < Bidone's Continental
Restaurant Mr, and Mrs,
r..iiip Moss and Dr, and Mrs
i G erg v ere the h
I ttmi Itiasitan Ru'h
man. ho has been travelin
e, w t ret
here Jan and fi lends are
Ardmore
MRS. RONALD LtVl
Reception and dinner followed
the wedding at the Fontainebleau.
The couple are spending their hon-
- j moon in M Bay, Jamaica,
and will live in Indianapolis.
from now on if you want homemade stuffed cabbage
~>An KVXV
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ask for HEBREW NATIONAL
FEATURED AT
Food Ni. G'""1 *J"
Thrifty SP'"'U.*" r
WH,9.<.*-f0cd0C.....
Zion Picking Co
It takes us something like seven hours
to prepare. It takes you only three
minutes to simmer "n serve. So trom
now on, it you want Kosher stuffed
cabbage as a main dish, appetizer dish,
party dish or any other delish-dish
get a jar of new Hebrew National. It's
watting for you at your food store. _
ing forward to seeing her
again .
Holiday festivities at the Nor-
mandy Shore- Women's Golf
Club found these participants in
the club's Roaring Twenties Re-
vue"Mrs. Samuel Geraon, Mrs
Aaron Kapit. Mrs. Morry Good-
man. Mrs Ralph Hall, among
other- Mrs. Sidney dimly i-
presidenl
From Chicago this little gem
Mrs. Ronald Berger wrote Mr
and Mrs. Sidne) Schwartz that
they are indeed grandparents ol
a "-mart cookie'" Jan Ellen
came home from school all ex-
cited because they had been sing-
ing about bread"Deck the halls
with boughs ol cballahs" .
Sammj Miller, 14-year-old son
of the David Millers. 5939 La
Gorce Dr.. home from school for
the hoh lays Sammy, a stu-
dent at Phillip- Academy In An-
dover. Mass ha- his eye on nu-
clear phj sii -
*
Mrs. Chester Krone held a
shower for Miss Susan Needle,
who will marry Richard Lowen-
stem, son of the Albert Lowen-
stems, of Gotham Town Mrs
Lowenstein and Mrs. Krone are
sisters, and the function was at
the Algiers Motel Place cards
were pearllzed little umbrella-.
bridegroom and baskets Af-
ter a special "Parfait Susan,"
gifts piled under three lace para-
sols were opened .
Guests included Mrs. Dan Rus-
kin. Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs Inez
Krensky. Mrs. Mickey Saffir.
Mrs. Norma Brown. Mrs Charles
Finkelstein. Candy Gray, lsabelle
Hecht and her mother. Mrs. Isa-
dore Hecht. Mrs. Leon Ell. and
Mrs. Morris Lapirlus Susan's
mother arrived for the occasion
from Cocoa. Fla Richard's
grandmother. Mrs I. Mehlman.
and his godmother, Mrs. S
Crossman. sat right up front .
Mrs. Irwin Kott. Mr. J. J. Kline.
Mrs Charles Bloch and Mrs. Mor-
ris Zimmerman were also among
it -
* *
A lavish part) was tendered by
Commissioner and Mrs Chuck
Hall. Mr. and Mrs John K. Len-
ard, and the stall at Chuck Hall
Travel in their penthouse suites
last week The cocktail and
r:n buffet dinner party
a really gay and festu
lastlnc until the w. hows *
Among the no _! ;
were Baron and p ,". ?
umm mm if*
mone, Aron and | i p-
David and Sylvia V. v^3
Pallot. Deborah !!-,, Mr J
Mrs Adrian Thai M *
and Mrs Ml Fn Dr '
Mrs Maximilian
and Mrs. Ben Eni ..iIM
Jules Gillette, Mr
McDermott, Mrs
Mrs Rhoda i.e\ im :| \]r'
Alvm Honigsberi .'.'
K Mr. '
Kann.
Noted Swimmer, Basketball Pla
Mr and Mr-. Archie Chesneau,
sw 32nd -' announce the
igement of their daughter, Bar
bara, to Charles Ros< n, -
Mr Pearl Rosen, of New York
City.
Barbara is a graduate ol Coral
liable- Senior Ih.h School, when
she was a member of the swim-
ming team and the National Hon-
or Societ) She is presently at-
tending the University of Pennsyl
vania. and will graduate in May
Charles i- i graduate of Hunter
Colic, e. Nov. York City, and is
presently teaching in New York
City.
Barbara and Charles represent
ed the United States, Barbara a-
a swimmer. Charles as a basket-
ball player, in the Maccabiah
sanies held in Israel, for out-
standing athletes from all over
the world. The couple met while
in Israel.
Mr and Mr- Ches
i" n house in their
caj.
yer
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December
1962
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+Jenisi> HcrkHar
Friday. December
28. 1962
;iOPNC5
rVOMAN OF THE WEEK
rencc Mrs Meyer A i Baskin is from Minneapolis S*ie
he University ol Minnesota, but everywhere she has i
las taken a few more licks and pats, as she puts it. of edu-
>n the way home from a Hadassah convention in New York
stopped ut in Washington, D.C., and was offered a job which
ie take. A feu months later, on the arrival of a telegram at
testing her service, she went to Washington and under the
New Deal worked for the Agriculture Adjust-
ment Administration. Later, she worked for
the National Youth Administration, or
the most cherished organizations of the late
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
It was at this time that Florence met Mike
out of college, working in the I S. Pat-
ent Office. Sht \>a> also chosen to work on
the woman's advisory committee for the
Worlds Fair Johnny was born after the)
were married and living in New York When
World War II broke out. they moved to Chi-
where Mike was al the Universil
go with the Manhattan Project It was
verj hush-hush. He went to work in civilian
clothe.-, but wore a uniform socially. Their
Cathj was born in Chicag
When the war ended, the) moved to Mi-
ami, where Marc was born, it looks as it
they'rt hire to stay. During the children-
ears. Florence worked in PT \ a: :.:.. M.
ith c mmunity work, .-he has done her share in National
: Jewish W< ter Miami Jewish Federation. Brandeis
N. o's Committee, Bureau of Jewish Educati i
nd --h Vocational Service, among others. Since Mike, as a chom-
eer from MIT. found a parallel ir.tere-t in Techmon. Israel's
I Tx hnology, Florence in her own home helped lound the
- Division of American Techmon Society.
hough Florence lends a helping hand, she like- to do small
little ways, and lets her husband take the major roles. She
being at his side in his \aried community interests is a major
oh u itself Presently, he's president of the Harvard Club. Both
"\ taking courses at the universitythe current one being
(ion study group on world politics.
Europe, with and without the children, cruises, and seeing America
>een part of their travel program, and they are always plan-
. for another trip Crisp, decisive Florence is just as much at home
-. j foreign country or American hotel as she is in her own living
*
SO JOSTON BAKED BEANS
>road As were flying at the home of Irene and Irving Fell.
belonged there but the host and hostess, who were not Bos-
looians, Irene had invited all the people she knew from Boston, who
DOW each other. Among guests were Ruth and Harold Druker
nd >a and Sam Rat-off. Ruth and Melba discovered that they had
ived the same street in Boston as children. Other guests were
Mrs. Harold Schulman and Pauline and Charles Leffthey
i St. Loui*. but their son went to Harvard. The dinner was
ackie Kennedy's Whil House favorites, with the exception of
a huge 19th wedding anniversary cake in honor ot the

=RCiV SAGS TO RICHES
Bennett belted out his songs at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
r i '.. audience loved him. He came out in an overcoat, contrary.
Hank Meyer's opinion of the weather In the audience were
nd Jack Courshon, Irma (Mr.- Saul) Herman. Dr. and Mr-.
ckles. Kath) and James Levy. Shirley and Marvin Rauzin.
d Bernard Selevan, and Helen Shevach
* *
:' O'CLOCK DINNER
ails ar.d dinner at the home of Marilyn an I Harry Smith in
snita Barteli and Bennett Lifter, who were to be married on
of December, was ver) gay. Marilyn wore a long ho
ed plaid tigntl) belted. Amonc ests Judy and Paul
its and Henry Weiss, Dr. Leonard and Gail Silverman, Dolores
Wilson, Adele and Richard Rubin. Jud) and Tom Girard,
i and Bernie Mandler. Everyone teased the bridal couple
. want tn go on a honeymoon where there is snov so that
.irn to -ki
* *
A PLCASANT EVENING
ad of having her Tuesday club in the afternoon where it be.
of:;-- idys CMrs Jacki Fineberg had them in the evening with then
- .. for dinner Alter the delicious lemon merangue pie. the)
settled down to their mah y Dgg tame, and the men played gin In ad
iitam the Finebergs, the club includes Barbara and Marvin Brown,
Millie Bl d Stanley Wa-man. Dotty and Henry Morris, and Josie and
Lta^uu i .-j.ieckauf.
Susan Warren,
Ivan Marleaux
Say Vows Here
in a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Wednesday, Dee L'fi. Miss
SUSan Warren Ix-eamr the bride ol
Ivan .Marleaux at the Seville
Hotel Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
ciated at the 7 o'clock rites
The bride i- tne dauglti r i : Mr.
and Mr- Alvin Warren. 8341 Ba)
Dr.. Miami Beach The .room, of
E Ba) Harbor Dr is the son
Of Mrs Minn Marleaux
Ni m lyw< d Mrs Marleaux select-
ngth traditional wed-
f pi tie and
alem fi aturin g a high back,
fitted I" ice ol alencon lace over
! de sole, long sleeves to a
wrist point, and bouffant skirl ex-
U tiding :nt i .i chapel train Her
elbow-length French illusion veil
fell from a wreath of pearls She
carried orchids and lily-of-the-val-
ley on her confirmation Bible.
Bride.-m.vron was Mrs Herbert
Rephan. Maid : hoi for her
sister was M -- Jo-Ann Warren.
Bridesmai R o ber I a
Waller, Can I K" tzk and Barl
\\ am bride
The former Miss W i- a
grs luati of Miami Bi ach H
s gree froi ; i if Miami
June, is**; 511 is member
of Sigma Delta !.. social si
Mr his de-
from th< imi
Rece; tioi bouffet dinner
followed the ci at the
Elizabeth Wehler.
Allen Shevach
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Miss Eluabetn WetZler.
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Icr. Jr. of Deal. N.J *
: Til at noon Sunda) Dei :.
Allen Brooks Shevach,
Randolph Shevach. ol \l .,: .;; lci
and the late Dr Shi
The ceremony was ;
by Dr Aaron Lefkowitz
sailles Suite at Hoti I st
New York, a wedd
followed the cercmonv
The bride was escorti (,,.
lather She Wore a I
ol ivory satm fashioni
jewel neckline and h
The -"ft floating froni
court train wen- at)
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Mr- Shevach's attei Al.r.
Mrs. Joshua Sirkin. of SI
burg, F!a matron ol r hi:
-i-ter. Mi-- Constance W< i
Deal, maid of bonoi m, .
Fileen Shevach, of \i
bridesmaid.
Mr- Shi'v.H h Btt< n
..ii- College ot the i
North Carolina, and :-
, .it M.mmoiith Collev
The groom was
Joshua Sirkin, ol SI Pi i
tat man, and ushers
ard Robins, of Miami
Richard tnseU, oi Alii I N j
lie was graduated
honors from Johns H
v t r-it' w hire he w.i- i
Phi Beta Kappa He
the Slate I i,iver-it> ol Y it
Dow ntown Medical Centi
Greens to Live In Opc-lockc
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Bettj Inn Gaines and Stephen
Edwin Green will live at 15450 \\\
. th A\e Opa locks, Fla after
return home from a honey-

The couple exchanged we'd
vows on Monday, Dee 24. at West-
CoUBtr] Club Rabbi Her-
- bi : Brooks officiated at the 6 3o
o'clock ceremonv.
The bride i- the daughter of Mr.
Julius Gaines ar.d Mrs Bdora
Gaines. of 29ut Brickell, Ave. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs
Sol M Green, 6221 SW 65th Ave
Maid of honor was Mis- Carol
Mae Green. Bridesmaids included
Sherry Knoiver. Linda Boral, Bon.
nie Prankel, and Michele Lmch
For her vveddirg, the bride chose
a white satin gown enhanced with
pearl beading lw> ice Border of
the -kirt featured ..
train Her double pe.r
ol triple layi rs of illu
Best man tor his son w
M Green Ushers include I
aid Gaines. Ira Burns, .-v
Kaplan, and Dr Bob Kaplu
New lv wed Mr- Green Bit'
Dade County Junior Colleg<
huaand attended the I'niver
Miami, and is presently a st
at Dade County Junior Colh
Reception followed the care
Westt lew.

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THE -.nil sixth annual lunch
1 i Temple Ner Tami i
I the Algiers Hotel
veljf affair, one that
ve made Goldie Mrs
. en very happy.
Mr-. Alfred> Freeman
nth newcomer m town,
pure silk green dynast)
: mother, Mrs. Jack
.in w hite applique and
. and a Mark hat she
:>ed up just before |ea\
tuse that morning Mrs
". eoba imart In a three
lack wool outfit, the
ittoned cleverly down
.Hid the jacket a black
check
Mr; Rhoda I.evine in a red
'1 a while jacket piped
Mrs Ruth Gold
in a white slim knit
hite sweater ih.it was
! Mr- Daniel Pivi r
I, with ., rod Melaine h.it
; knit rod sweater
1*/ E : the Temple's spiritual
" or. Annette i Mrs. Eu-
lovitz, in a one-piece
--. with j lace top .
blue feather hal Mrs
(odd. lovel) in powder
with a matching hat
more .ith a poem read on the
ccasi 'd hoi -, ventieth birth
. Mrs. Edith Sanderson.
Ti Levin, there with her
Temr Emanul El P1 a j e r -.
charr> j in a full-.-kirted urccn
shfatl udtCX, with j touch of lace
t'> collar and cuffs. Mrs.
Uicbt Glazier's soft pink knit
.i t i stunningly by her gray
hair ir-. Joseph White regal
in royal blue satin Mrs. Sarah
Hollalid in a brown and white
print, and Mrs. Eugene J
Schwar: in a gold knit.
Mr Paul Wilson all in black
a. Louis Stallman chose
. ce over green with >
matched Mrs Aaron
ore a beige wool enscm
. matching hat
I it; -i\ j ears go, mother
ghter had worn matching
. -(1 tho> did it agaii
adorable in two :
Is trimmed in rod. white
'.. .. Mrs Joseph Steinberg
. An. Martin Inner
'. ck Shaw wore i
..o i with a long strin
Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum
Mr* Harry Hlynn in
Kiut sheath, with a blue
o three-quarter-lenuth
coat (0 match. Mrs Jack Ho-
rn a raw -ilk dress, with print
jacket ... d matching purse. Mrs,
Samuel Greenfield in a brown,
white and turquoise silk print.
while Mrs Shirley Goldman chose
i right -non faille, with gold ac
" --''' Mrs David Glass in
white wool trimmed with orange.
""I her daughter. Mrs Walter
Nemeroff, in beige brocade
QEAUVILLE Hotel was the site
ol receni Lif< -Giver mi el
ing ol Ihc Women'- Auxiliary ol
the J< i-h Home for the Aged.
Bvrtha Mrs David) Phillips
chose white kmt with orange.
Fayi Mrs Jack i Ablin in a two
Id mesh dress, with a
-old vi lour turban, Mollj Mrs
Silverman chos< a gaj print
dress an i .. white feathi r hat.
Poll) \lr- Baron dc Hirsch)
Ij studj in br
Trud) Hamerschlag, delighted
the da) was cold, ch
full-length stunning white lamb
u ith brow n re crse i
and cuffs Both Mrs Frances En-
tine and Mrs. .lack Ka!/man in
bright green Hazel (Mrs, Irv-
ing) Cypen, just home from Is-
rael, wearing a two piece gray
knit with the chain watch she
had brought back from Switzer-
land for her aughter, Bonnie
. hmm I
Belle (Mrs. Irving) Lehrman in
pale pink three-piece knit suit,
with a pink and white-striped
sweater and ascot. Mrs. Philip
Thau, her white hair a vision in
lavender. Mrs. Max iSrustcin in
a two-piece blue linen dress, with
a breath ol spring mink stole and
two delightful dimples when she
smiled Three smart-looking
women in black: Mrs. Laurence
Silverman, Mrs. .lack Morgen-
stcrn, and Mrs Loin- Makovsky.
M \ Henry Kaufman in
green, with a black feather hal
she made herself Mrs Pauline
Belanofl in a blue print .jacket
Mrs. Jennie Stillman in
a bl.uk knither only ornament
a diamond heart. Mrs Sarah
k in a brown and blue-strip
ed shirt maker; while Mrs Bar-
tbold .1. Strauss chose a beige
sheer u,l"l Iwo-pieci dress with
: ape i skirt.
MRS. Jack Schwartz and her
sisti r, Mrs i harles Beatty,
oking Italian kmt- Mrs
K irman in winter white
Mrs : j Fi iki Israeli
Miss Horodner
Weds Newsman
M. delaine Susanne Horodner and
Melvyn Harold Frishman were
inarm d Sunday, Dee. 24 at the
Roney Plaza Hotel Rabbi Simon
April officiated.
The bride, daughter ol Mrs.
Philip Horodner. 1500 SW 82nd
Ave., and the late Mr Philip
1......lil"''-. is a graduate ol Mi uni
Senior High School, she was a
member ol Sigma Delta Phi Com,.
cil
The "room, son ol Mrs Aesnath
Jaj Frishman, 3550 Crystal View
Cl.. Miami, is also a Miami Sen-
ior High School graduate. He is
i rocntly a senior at the Lmiver
sitj oi Miami, where he i- a |ourn
ali.-in major.
The groom is a member ol Omi-
cron Delta Kappa and Alpha Si*
ma Epsilon, honor societies, He
si e itor ol the Hurricane and
pasl president oi student Sigma
Delta Chi, national journalism so-
cictj He i- employed as a copy
r at the Miami New-.
The couple met at Miami High
School, where the groom was edi-
tor of the Time.-. Two years later.
the bride assumed the same posi-
Attending the bride was her
cousin. Miss Renee Berger. ol Bay-
ride, Long Island Besl man was
AI a n Frishman, the -room's
brother.
l-her- were Richard Horn Iner,
Lowell Horodner, Gerrj Liss, Dave
Goodman, Dave Steinburg and
Leonard Tool
Page 7-B
Singers in Concert
The first open-air conceit of
I their tenth season, consisting of
traditional and modern songs in
commemoration of Chanuka, was.
given by the Miami Beach Com-
i munity Singers under the direction
of Ben Yoemen on Monday evening,
I 7 p.m.. at the North Shore Com-
munity Center, 71th St. and Collins
Ave
Santiago, Lubin
Exchange Vows
.loan Lubin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Henrj L. Lubin. of 220 SW
68th Ave., was to be married
Thursday. Dec 27. at Westbrooke
Country Club to Jose Santiago, ol
San Juan. P.R
Miss Lubin attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and i- a graduate
of the Walsh School of Court Re-
porting in Miami.
The groom attended Citadel Mili-
tary Academy at North Carolina.
Rabbi Richard Leviton. of Ft.
Lauderdale, was to perform the
ceremony.
MRS. MftVVN fRISHMAN
Miss Marcia Fa k
Weds Sam Levy
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
was the -cine of the marriage be-
iween Miss Marcia Bernice Falk
and Sam Levy on Monday, Dec. 24.
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz officiat-
ed.
The bride Is the daughter ol Mrs.
Jean Falk, 7717 Byron Ave.. Miami
Beach, and the late Abraham Falk
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Levy, of Knoxville, Tenn,
Maid Oi honor for her Sister was
Miss Ellen Falk. Michael Levy
served a.- best man tor his broth-
er.
The bride chose a cocktail-length
gown of white chiffon, and ear-
ned white orchid-.
Newly wed Mrs. Levy is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School
and Dade County Dental Research
Clinic. Her husband attended the
University of Tennessee.
Reception ami dinner followed
the wedding at the Carillon Hotel.
The couple are motoring through
Florida, and will live at 2033 NE
168th St.. No. Miami Beach, fol-
low in.' their honeymoon.
Lipsons Reveal
Gail's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Lipson, or
5828 Alton IM Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Gail Harriet, to Steven
Michael Wolf, .son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Wolf, of Oak Park. Mich.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach High School and is now a.
junior in secondary English edu-
cation at Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity. ,
Her fiance is also attending;
Eastern Michigan University as a.
prc-deiiti.-lry student
A wedding <\.<\t: has not yet beent
announced

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and jacket highlighted b\ an un-
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Mrs Jacob Mindlin chose royal
blue, with a round neckline and
soft-pleate I -kin. Mrs. Morris
Lipp in a vivid green and gold
Hong Kong knit Mrs, Ann Corr-
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Friday. December 28. 1962
Sisterhood Will Install Officers
Tlif !!< Sisterhood officers "i
, |,th [srael Hebrew Institute
will be Installed at an Oneg Sab-
bath Forum Frida) evening by
Rabbi Isaac Ev
The following ill be Installed
\... Frances Ullian, president:
Mi. Mori Teich, Mrs Sam Klein.
\ii- Regena Karger, via pre*i.
. Mrs Herman Weintraub,
.,,-,., m N ithan Lubin. fi
cial secretary; Ml Charles
,, :, .: ':!' secrel in
i Ever, recording
secrc
I
Baboi Etl i v
Meshulam Cohen. R
Cohen, William Cohen. Morris
Feldman. Samuel i Kjrv
nie Gluck, Max Goldbi
Green, Sam Hershlcowit;
Herszhorn, Samuel Langi r pai
er, Sam Molbi
-.p. Morris Sack, M
u it/. Milton Sii (fi i< d
Shklair, Henrj Steck i
Stern, Saia Sterngass
\\i isz, Il.ur> Zaretsk)
Zvi Berger fo Speak
Zvi Bei lasisl
the Bun au ol J ish ;
v ill be ui iker i
Shal bal on Satu
i m ;, Beh '
rapacity att?ndance at the annual Patrons
Dinner of Beth David Congregation last week
">und these past presidents of the congrega-
on participating enthusiastically in the event.
left to right are Lewis Sternshein. current pres-
ident, Phillip Schiff, Miam: City Con.:
Sidney Aronovitz, Harry Gordon. Murray
Cohen, Harry Simons. Nat Zaika, Harry Mark-
owitz, and Stanley C. Myers.
ABE GCFTEI'S NEW KOSHER
Arrangements committee for "triple evsnt" sponsored by
Dhev Shalom Congregation on Sunday are standing (left to
ight' Sam Somers. Louis Maltz, and Harry Tesslei. Seated
eft to right) are William Kamin. Frank Kretchmer, Sam
Roser.man, and Sam Arnold.
Scroll, Crcwns
To be Dedicated
Dedu ..' i ol a Torah Scroll will
lake plai Sunday, 2 p m., at
u -i ii ;toi Federal S:i\ ings and
I a- Noi mandj Isle.
The dedication '.'ill be part <>f
;, "triple event" occasion an-
nounced last week by Ohe\ Shalom
i egation
Ri I ... Phin< .i- Weberman, spiri
tual leader ol Ohe\ Shalom, said
il ..i als i to be dedicate is .< pair
ol iilv< irah crov i \' thi
same lime, Ohe\ Shalom will
-I'M ,i bronze plaque to Washing
ton Federal
\ (. iard ol Honor will carrj the
. h from Washington Federal to
the sj nagi i w hew refresh
ments will lx served
On the arrangements committee
for Ihe event arc Will.am Kamin,
Frank Kretchmer, Sam Rosenman,
Sam Arnold, Sam Somers, Louis
Maltz, and Harry Tessler.
Harry Slmcnhoff to Speak at Academy Me,,i" 'kha,i"SpMk
# Mil
Dedication of Hebrew, English Libraries
dedication ol the Hebrew Acad-
iy'- Hebrew and English libraries
II take place 1" '.'" m.. Sun
ty, at the school featuring a
'duation address b> Harrj Sim
ihott. Miami attorney and his-
ri.-,i-
B 1 Binder, honorarj life pres-
ent tader will ledicate the 1.000-
lur-.e English Library
\i- Pauline Grundwerg and
n-, Moses and Saul, will edicate
:e j Hebrew Libran
Samuel M Gi
erg Grui p of th<
: the Academ>
id served as treasurer until hi-
atl in 1956
Moses Grundwerg pres;dent
:f Beth I'rael Congregation, is
general stcretirv of the schorl,
ft>d Mrs. Grundwerg is a life
nember rf the boarc' of trustees
:f the Hebrew Academy.
Mr and Mrs Saul Grundwerg,
sidents <>i New York, will be
coming to Miami especiallj for this
occasion
Rabbi Alexander s. Gross, prin-
cipal ol the Aca lemy, will talk
on Are We the People of the
i Book?" Invocation will be deliv-
ered by Howard I.auer. an Acad-
emy graduate and senior student
at tlu- Mesivta Senior High School.
Simonhoff. who endowed the ref-
erence room, will deliver the ded-
ication address Simonhoff, from
rlestoi S.C.. is author ol "Un-
r Strange Skii s." "Saga of
American Jew r>" and "Je ish
Notable.- in Amei ica
Hi is a erad lie College
Charleston and the University
ina. Simonhofl holds
degn e in la ai s n < d in the
South Carolina legislature A \< -
M iam. !'. >a< h i r many
i ars, and Ii ng active in Greater
Miami Jewish affairs, he directed
ihe Amei ican Ziot .- Emergency
Committee here during the forma-
tive years ol (he State ol Israel
He is active in Bii.il B'rith and
the .loir: Distribution Committee
and n as elei ted to i epreseni South
Florida at the American Jewish
onference, the assemblj which
committed world Jewry to .
monwealth in Palestine it: 1943.
World renowned entertainer
Sophie Tucker and Victor
3idone "team up" recently at
iis De Continental Restau-
cral here.
3ib!o Stud

Class Scheduled
ol .1
bj the
ill Jan 6 at I e syna-
le, president Michael Sossin
I Wedn< I
Dr. 1 Lehrn I remple
...... d the initial
Attendance is open to all
mbt rs "i Hi' i
-m said
Men Zion Ginsburg is chairman
: the
Brother!.....d, which has accelerat
ed it- activities this yt
Miami Beach City Councilman
Melvin Richard will address the
Nor.h Shore B'nai B nth Lodge on
Monday, Jan. 7. at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
1133 Normandy Dr. Program
chairman is Walter Lebowit/
Youth Discuss
State Conclave
Beth Am will be host to the
Florida State conclave ol the South-
eastern Federation ol Temple
Youth The weekend conclave will
be held during semester vacation
Jan 25 to 27
Members will accommodate out-
>f town .1, legate s in their homes
A special meeting ol the executive
board held a meeting at the bom.
ol Richard Abel to discuss the con
clave with Jefl Rosenberg, Florida
Stat< pi i sidi nt, and Alison Podell,
Greater Miami Federation ol Tem-
pi* Youth proident.
Members who attend, d camp
lasl sum me i at the new regional
p in Cle\ land, Ga were also
invited These included Susan
Bernstein. Eunice Tall, Judith
Clein, ami Ron Leiberman
Children Receive Gifts
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary,
West Miami Post, entertained at a
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Friday. December 28. 1962
Je*istfk>ridt
warn
JMitzvalt
Barry frietlophr
Bennett Glaticr
Elliot Messing
i Norman N Shapiro will <>f-
. ,ii the Bar Mitzvah of El-
Messing "ii Saturday morning,
-'. :it Beth David Congrega

llliot i- the son of Mr. and Mrs
Messing. 1U' is an eighth
student ;it Kinlucli Junior
-. hool A straight A studi
laj clarinet in the school
clpatcd In (ho era luation exer-
i iscs Hi' will continue ith his
religious studies.
Mr. and Mrs Jacobson will be
hi al Kiddush on Saturdaj
morning following the Bar Mitz-
\ ;ili s< n ice
Mr. and Mrs. Messing will be
- .it ;i Kiddush in hi-, honor
Peter Jacobson
pie Judea in Coral Gables
be the site of the Bar Mitz-
I Peter Jacobson on Saturdaj
rning, Dec. 29. with Rabbi Mor
iIm.h Podet officiating
r i- the son of Mr and Mrs
Jacobson, 1243 Catalonia.
v ighth grade student al Ponce
d< Leon Junior High, he plays
pet in the school hand
r is a recant graduate of the
e Hebrew School, an.l parti-
Joel Davidow
Bar Mitzi ah ol Joel Mark D ivi-
dow u II be held on Saturday
morning, Dec 29, ith Rabbi Nor-
man V Shapiro officiating .it
Beth David Congregation
Jot I .- the son of Mr and Mrs.
He is n eighth
- radc studi nl at Ponce Junior
School, and plays in the
school band,
Coin-collecting, baseball, and
sailing are inclu led among his hob-
bies
Following the service, Mr,
Mr-. Davidow
it Kiddush,
and
ill honor their son
Robert Schwarfi
Jacobson
Daniel Yagoda
Daniel Yagoda
Daniel Yagoda, son of Mr. and
Mrs Burton Yagoda, 9525 SW 73rd
Ave, will he Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Dec,
29, .it Temple Beth Shirah,
Daniel is an eighth grade stu-
dent .it Palmetto Junior High
School Hi- parents and grandpar-
tfrs Isadore N
and Mrs an Mrs George Shim-
mcl. will be hosts il a Kiddush in
lu- h> '."_ services
Robert Schwartz
Dr lr\ in L< rman w ill officiate
al the Bar Mil; Rook rt, son
i Mr and Mrs Edward Si'
i, al Temple
i-EI
Robi eighth grade I
student .it Nautilus Junior High,
led in sports.
He ill b honori d al ;i reception
White Elephant Sale
. : B'nai I
I p.m.,
al the Conxrcs B 650 N'E
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I he orj aniza-
Mrs Joseph Samuels was in
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Barry Friedopfer
Bar Mitzvah of Barry Friedopfer
will be celebrated on Saturday
morning, Dec. 29, at Temple
Emanu-El, v ith Dr. Irving Lehr-
man official i
Barry is the son o| Mr. and Mrs.
William Friedopfer An eighth
: ''' ; t Ida \i. Fisher
High hr is in the school
hnd and secretary n| his class
1 ,;lur ''it' ude swimi
'I music.
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service.
Bennett Glazier
Bar Mitzvah ol Benneti Glazier
will take place during Saturday
morning n ices, !),. 29, -it Beth
Torah Congre.iation. Rabbi Max
l ipschitz ill 1 rflclate.
Bennett is the ?on 1 f Mr. and
Mrs, Nathan s Glazier. 1990 NE
lOTtli Tcr No Miami ISeach. He
is an ghth grade student al
North Miami Beach Junior High
School an I treasurer ol the Audio-
Visual Cluh there
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Friday, Dec<- r<, 2;
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl'
tar-
LUCERNE REVUE A HIT: The Lucerne's new Jewish-American
revue, "You Gotta Have Mazel." is lull of fun and fresh new t;il--nta
surpnsinu si-Fu for eyes ihat have seen the .-..::!, stage face sseason
after season.
The show's honor- are equally divided between Sarah Rubii
wonderful Chanuka entertainment gift from Israel, and Tone Fields,
a ditto gift from the Cat-kills.
Opening act is Phyllis Miller, who employs a ringsiding male a- .
foil for her by-play in g mgs and patter, as a feverish husband hunter.
A hard-working, fast-talking tumult-type comic, Davey Karr sets solid
laughs throughout his turn, best of which is a fiddling-and-ad-lib bit.
S*r*h Rubine is by far the most attractive, personable and tal-
ented Israeli entertainer it's been my pleasure to view on a Miami
Beach stage. Her vocal versatility ranges from the indigenous dit-
ties of Israel to recent Broadway musical hit tunes. All her num-
bers are sung in either Yiddish or Hebrew.
But she introduces them in English. Miss Rubine is plenty show-
Wise hewing off while the audience is still wildly clamoring for more.
You":l see and hear a lot about the charming Miss Rubine in the com-
ing week-
* *
STAGE AND SCREEN: What a change has been wrought at the
Coconut Grove Playhouseespecially the box office and business office.
Sedate and lethargic not so long ago, today its got a typical Broadway-
air of stir and bustle. No one sits still. A large staff of happy, smiling
girls are busy handling reservations and sales for the brightest Play-
house season. Co-producers Zev Bufman and Stan Seiden are two jet-
propelled executives who rarely sit at desks more than a few minutes
at a time.
Never have movie fans in this area had such a great and varied
array of movies on hand at one time. No matter where your pref-
erences lie. in drama, comedy, costume epics, or adventures, there's
a film of every type am! all are tops.
Latest to arrive is "Lawrence of Arabia," in which intrigue, war
and adventure are artistically combined to spellbind even the hardest
to-please movie gcer.
More up to date'The Longest Day"is winning raves for its au-
thentic, dramatic and exciting depiction of D-Day landings on the
French channel coast. More than 40 stars take part in the episodes
fu=ed into the fabric o: fortitude, blood and tears. It's at the Lincoln
*rth .-11 seats reserved
Natalie Wood proves her versatility, taking the part of the Min-
sky star of yesteryear, Gypsy Rose Lee, in "Gypsy," pulling capacity
throngs into the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Res-
alind Russell co-stars. It's a rousing melange of music and back
stage drama.
Magnificent sea scenes, in storm and calm, are but a few ol the
leasts for your eyes in "Mutiny on the Bounty," at the Sheridan Mar-
lon Brando gives his own individual interpretation ol Mr Christian
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Dinner guests at Tony Sweet's included Ben
ne-timi -..- ,.i (he top night dub in the country, the Ri-
Man> will -till recall his gorgeous spot m N'cw Jersey, just
ton Bridge Uso at 'I p. t -. the Alan
Sanders, ., chairman ol Sai Ira 'l, 11 I (losmetics.
wh< practn i ginated Dixieland jarz (he wasl
:' I v rel rns ti I u Miami Spun;- Villas' Carriage Club
with his band >n Jan
* *
NIGHT AND DAY: With New Year Eve jus) a tew days off, there's
no end t.. the variety ol "live" entertainment to make the big night ol
celebration a memorable one
Price-wise you'll gel the ba I your new Year's Eve-going life
at the Peppermint Lounge, where you'll see three shows for the price
at ore
Another block-buster bargain for New Year's celebrants i- Patsy's
Place where Pats) Ab mtl put! on the greatest one women show you'll
ever sec here or -New here. All original material, every line created
b) Patsy herself, and lelivered with showmanship-plus.
Full course dinner- plus tremendous show- and dancing all night,
arc included in the set prat quoted by the hotel- lor the eve of seeing
the old .'ear out. The incomparable Shelley Berman and SOOStreSS
Joann.c Sommers are the stag highlights at the Diplomat.
The delighrful My-on Cohen and fast-stepping Juliet Prowse will
help make the 1W3 welkin ring for revelers at the Deauville Casa-
nova Room. What a show for real laughs and dancing talent!
There's another fine package at the Seville, Gene Baylos and
Esther Sutherland, for one night only, on New Years Eve. Included
in the fixed price 1 full course -teak dinner.
The Conquistador It lorn at the Doral will feature continuous dancing
from '.n p m. on. Sel price full course dinner includes steak and fai
Still time to make New Year's reservations tor a wonderful full
course kosher dinner and show at Lombardy's Crystal Boom. Drink
aet-ups provided at no chai
Rabbi Stern
Attends Confab
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Jacob Congregation,
(his *ctk returned from New York,
where he attended the biennial
conference of the Union of Ortho
i'. Jev i-h Congregations of the
United state- and Canada.
At the convention, Habbi Stern
i." ge : the Union "to set up an
ol self-representation in
matters affecting world Jewish
problems and not to resort to the
existing defense agencies, which
fail to voice Torah information."
while in New York, Rabbi Stern
was also guest speaker before the
Rabbinical Seminary of America
Honored at the Mesitva Chaim
Berlin function was Nathan Kevel
son. newly-elected national presi-
dent, and father of Steven Kevel
son, son-in-law of Rabbi Stern.
Mortimer May
To Speak Here
Next meeting of the weekly Mi-
iam Beach Zionist District Lunch
eon Club will take place on Wed-
nesday noon.
Guest speaker will be Mortimer
May. past national president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and honorary life president of
the Southeast Region ot the ZOA.
May, who has recently complet-
ed 15 study tours of Israel, has
also made studies of the leading
Jewish communities of the world
within the pa.-t three years.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will pre-
sent a current events report, and
there will also be community sing-
ing.
Rabbi Shapiro on Television
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spin- j
tual leader of Beth David Congre
gation. will be guest speaker on
the Jewish Worship Hour this Sun-1
day, 1030 a.m.. over WLBW.
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Alcn Bates and June Richie in a scene from "A Kind of Lov-
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FOU-* AYALONS WILL HIGHLIGHT CAVALCADE OF STARS.
TRIO SHALOM AMONG FEATURE ACTS HERE SUNDAY.
Top Israel Acts and Performers Slated
At Cavalcade of Stars Here Sunday
Despite his sparkling enthus-
iasm for Dade Count} 's exciting
project, Dr. [rvin E
Mi -' [he >nsibilit>
1 i Lati \ 'ii. r c in rounti ies thai
build and furnish expensive exhi-
bitions al a titni h -n they des-
i" ratelj need ever) available)
peso for int< rnal devel irment.
Dr. Mu>kat, who is spi arhead-
ing the realization oi Interama,
spoken with I'm si i nt Ken
nedj and several State Depart-
Veteran Zionist,
Author Dead
NEW YORK (JTai Dr.
Simon Bernstein, prominent au-
thor, si holar and veteran / in
ist. died here this week at the age
ol 80 He ivas : on He-
brew poi trj "i the Middle Ei -
nor ol nun rous irks
11 11 P C t.

I'ol !
l"i of E
II
H i
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He became i-crc'ary of the
Central Committee c
st 0
burg Russia

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D > 1- 'Ik.
1922.
P ti *o an out-
o:i Dr Herzl
and In- .' orks He v as thi
lu translati Herzl's "Judenstaat"
nun Yiddish.
men! officials about financing the
i xhibitions ol some South Amer-
ican countries either through Al-
liance for Progress or the foreign
aid program.
"How can we expect a country
in erect a SI.000,000 building In
Miami when it- nun people are
underfed?" he asks.
This i- nisi one of the dilem-
mas that Dr. Muskat is trying lo
solve as clearing and dredging
approach the final stages on the
vast Interama site In spite of
the difficulties ol developing and
promoting this multi-million dol-
lar exhibition, you begin to feel
that the job is In good hands
when you hear Dr, Mnskat talk
about it.
Recipiei t of a Doctor's di
in Chemistrj from the University
ni Chicago, Dr. Muskat has built
.i i. reer in c hi micals d
Kmon i ores of exl ra-cur-
hh ass

i arch. He is call-
ed ir to hi

ii
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El Scror Prog
cial institutions in Florida. Th
significance "t his appon -r
is contained in the foil win.
He > a Cuban refugee Hi,
imar is onlj fail
though he expre sel
clearl) He wai hired nui
montl i o as a trainei bi
ipposed in be a I o-yei
ork and studj Hi
starting salarj was about fiv
per cenl ol his wei ly eai
hi:: he was in Cuba.
Holtz i- 27 years old. In II. -
vana. he quickly built a sui -
iiii Ii w practi( i prior to the Ca:
tro regime The impn ssi< i a
sets he left there must be h ar
king.
"The en am alu aj risi ti th
top ni the milk." In Miam
Holtz was promoted so quickl
because ol his brilliant ability
determination and high
manner, That's what cream i-
ma Ic of.
August Charity
Attorney Michael Shore- ha;
taken particular interest in th-
pli.ht ol unwed mothers an
fathers, win n he describes
peopli an th ed and ih
! ii ation they have sun ei
easj in se hy he bi
I in them. It's imposs
ible,

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poii
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I
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CB Yci:th Confab Slates Sssskers
I he Four Ayalons v .11 highlight
i ,i\ alcade ol l*racl S ars
to be presei I al Miami
h An liti rium pi day i
6 30 p m by Ih.- Mi
ami Districts ol the Zi I Oi
zal ol \m< ri< a
Each the ZOA
Mia i.< \ im, for
i In
: i at< tars
rmi:
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The Four Ayaloni ap-
on th E.-. Si in Show
and irtists
com-
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' Ami sored b>
'I he Miami Herald. ill
speaker al the Florida State B'nai
p.'nil, > i ntion Dec. 27 to
31 at Camp Owaissa Bauer, Naran.
ja. Fla.
The | rogram for the convi I i
.ill have for its theme "Jewish
Ethics in World and Life Situa-
w itli specific regard to
nan- responsibility to man in
;he lighl ol current tensions in
I events.
Another est speaker will be
the Rc\ Edward G aham, ol the
Ml Zion i rch, who will
the
nt of'
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isor and Install n<
B nai B'rith Gir -
ol the convention ai
Ki Friedman, aleph godol t:
AZA, and Bonnie Frankel, pres.
dent ol B'nai B'rith Girls.
ntion coordinators a r i
Mitchell Porn..- and Linda Slatei
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Page 8-A >Jfwl*t Ffrrkfton Friday, December 28, lggj Beth David Marks New Year's Eve Beth David Men's Club will spoil%  r a congregational New Year's ve party, according to an auncement by Louis Seitlin, prea lent ot the club. The gala [unction will take plact i the air-conditioned Grand Ball jom of Both David Congregat > capacity turnout f some 400 ersons is expected. Dancing will be to the music oi r-Schor and h;orchestra Nami chairmen of the New V v.' celebration were Norman -hoik and Arthur Ro-inek Asthma Research Chapter Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. preside, Of the Miami Beach Chapi Children's Asthma Rest lute and Hospital at !•. %  ,..pr ^ sided it a meeting ai Ihui jday, at the \\., eral. 1234 Was' ingl George Rurti was pr man Pioneer Women To Celebrate Mrs Joseph Krantz. president of ioneer Women's Club I. announce a New Year's Eve and Weiime Horncelebration on Monay, 8 p.m.. at Kneseth Israel Conregation The function will honor Dr j-.-. Simon Wilensky Buffet sup or will be served. Chairman ol ie evening is Mrs Ida Bickow s4 v An original cantata written by Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz was presented in conjunction with late services at Temple Ner Tamid last Friday. The title of the cantata was "Let There be Light," and was in keeping with the theme of Chanuka. Front row (left to right' are Mesdames Yvette Silberger. Hyman Sherr, Jack Shaw, Eugene Rothenbaum, Saul Breeh. Herbert Miller and Leo Paul. Top row (left to right ate Mesdames Irvine Spear, Ben Avick. Don Pnchason. Alice Pincus. Paul Wilsou, Louis Golden, and Eugene Labovitz. Left is Joseph Schriebman, who provided musical accompaniment. Right is Cantor Saul H. Breeh. U.S. Unit in Half-Million Israel Grant Continued from Page 1-A i | the collective settlements For the pst two years, the Falk project has been carrying out an extensive study, under • contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and provides policy recommendations or. its future development. It is also now engaged in a study of the relative importance of the private government, and Histadrut sectors in the national economy. A number of previous Falk project studies of various aspects JACOB MINDLIN v %  -...— .... p* — in w— A Pd LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 WINNER OF FOUR NATIONAL AWARDS Four times our designers and carvers have been honored with national awards for the excellence of their work. You can have the benefits of this nationally recognized craftsmanship at no extra cost. None finer anywhere. OPIN EVfKV DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY. MININGS BY APPOINTMtNT. -RANITE MEMORIAL ARTS, JEWISH DIVISION Of THURMOND MONUMENT CO. The Only 2-Story Building in the Block 3253 SW 8th ST. HI 4-1614 I BIBS!?! UREATEH MIAMI # HKYHA KAMSHA ami 1 n I-;.SI-;I# sui.L EMES LET US HONOR OUR BELOVED ONES IF WE BELIEVE IN THE ETERNITY OF THE SOUl WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION OF "T\U\Mt\" "The Ritual Preparation of the Deceased" Please Request an Official CERTIFICATE It is mandatory to make the TAHARA before the body is shipped away. Every Traditional Rabbi Urgently Requests the Public to Cooperate with the Chevra Kadisha. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND SERVICE CAU I. Schwartz, Chairman, Ritual Committee, Ph. FR 1 -3117 NATHAN GINSBURG, President of the Israeli economy have resulted in major policy recommenc'a^ons to the Government of Israel. The onl> non-governmental economic rest arch agencj in Israel, il I is beei r< i ng sii ce 1954 when • w. established under %  > ti^ e year gi i ier terms of its .hment. the Falk P undation must distri. .1 \j rei i to make ards the per i the Falk ect. ili< grant to b< ingenl f i._\ ai srai ii •' %  it The He • A i nivei sity. \' hit h u:li use i i the aid credit f r the matching grant, has made an nt with the Falk Foundation which assures the independence of the economic projecl while providing some degree "t affiliation with the university. The aid funds for the credit will he derived from proceeds "t sales lo Israel of I S, agricultural commodities. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. 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Poge 4-B Jm idh tkrk/San Friday. Decemte: 28. lg^ *S^ocialitc ... by Isabel v^ r o v c Continued from Pge J-B ^^ Evelyn and Bon Clein. of 717! S\v 118th St.. busy entertaining their two sons bome for the winter holidays Michael, a student it G rg .. rech, is ,< memI : of Alpha Epailon Pi Botoj. who attAn KVXV H€BRL vnoTip/ifl ask for HEBREW NATIONAL FEATURED AT Food Ni. • G'"" 1 *J" Thrifty SP'"' U .*" r WH,9.<.*f 0 c d 0 C Zion Picking Co It takes us something like seven hours to prepare. It takes you only three minutes to simmer "n serve. So trom now on, it you want Kosher stuffed cabbage as a main dish, appetizer dish, party dish or any other delish-dish— get a jar of new Hebrew National. It's watting for you at your food store. ing forward to seeing her again Holiday festivities at the Normandy ShoreWomen's Golf Club found these participants in the club's ••Roaring Twenties Revue"—Mrs. Samuel Geraon, Mrs Aaron Kapit. Mrs. Morry Goodman. Mrs Ralph Hall, among otherMrs. Sidney dimly ipresidenl From Chicago this little gem Mrs. Ronald Berger wrote Mr and Mrs. Sidne) Schwartz that they are indeed grandparents ol a "-mart cookie'" Jan Ellen came home from school all excited because they had been singing about bread—"Deck the halls with boughs ol cballahs" Sammj Miller, 14-year-old son of the David Millers. 5939 La Gorce Dr.. home from school for the hoh lays Sammy, a student at PhillipAcademy In Andover. Mass hahis eye on nuclear phj sii • Mrs. Chester Krone held a shower for Miss Susan Needle, who will marry Richard Lowenstem, son of the Albert Lowenstems, of Gotham Town Mrs Lowenstein and Mrs. Krone are sisters, and the function was at the Algiers Motel Place cards were pearllzed little umbrella-. bridegroom and baskets After a special "Parfait Susan," gifts piled under three lace parasols were opened Guests included Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs Inez Krensky. Mrs. Mickey Saffir. Mrs. Norma Brown. Mrs Charles Finkelstein. Candy Gray, lsabelle Hecht and her mother. Mrs. Isadore Hecht. Mrs. Leon Ell. and Mrs. Morris Lapirlus Susan's mother arrived for the occasion from Cocoa. Fla Richard's grandmother. Mrs I. Mehlman. and his godmother, Mrs. S Crossman. sat right up front Mrs. Irwin Kott. Mr. J. J. Kline. Mrs Charles Bloch and Mrs. Morris Zimmerman were also among it A lavish part) was tendered by Commissioner and Mrs Chuck Hall. Mr. and Mrs John K. Lenard, and the stall at Chuck Hall Travel in their penthouse suites last week The cocktail and r:n be 'ihip H.i' ISW 5th Avt Miami I Pnont 174 )EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER GENERAL OFFICE WORK PLEASANT PERSONALITY, AGE 25-35 MIAMI BEACH OfFICE, FIVE DAYS. JEWISH 1 IKil HOLIDAYS. MRS. KAY, 1A< 297} Main PoOoH.ce, Miojr T. Flo. HIGHLY-UNSATURATED NEW MAR-PARV m J^^^ ,-—'-^jj TOSHER iPA^ MAR-PABV MAR6ARI^ 1 I I I I %  improved with golden pure UNSATURATED CORN OIL and other healthful vegetable oils for family diet benefits. So good for you, so good tasting. Nutritious, delicious table spread and cooking help. KOSHiR and PAR I \ I. AND OTHER FINE FOOD STORES < ontams no milk or animal fat. Onlj pure vegetable oil ingredients. Recommended in diets where milk is restricted. Make MAR PARV you, family's Margarine for W l eating and -I health! v.other line koshe. produci o. The Miami Margarine Company, Cincii 0



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Page 10-A *Jelstincr*&M Friday. Dect^bw 28. 1$ Coprtof Spotlight: By MtlTON FRIEDMAN The Ticklish Question of Religious Observance in Washington Washington % HRISTMAS IN Washington brings questions of controversial religious observances in the government-operated District of Columbia schools and similar I church-stale issues The status of Washington as the national capital nakes policy on such matters ot special significance. Federal concepts of government involvement with religion may tx evaluated through practices here. The Jewish Community Council of Greater Washin is therefore thrust into some activities different from those of councils in other cities. Washington's representative Jewish body is committed to the values of religion and its ccntrality ir Jewish life. It is equally committed to the principle of separation of church from state as a safeguard of religious freedom for all Americans. Its vij lance has been demonstrated. Federal buildings at one time displayed electric lisht arrangements in their windows to depict the Christian cross in connection with the Easter celebration. The council effectively interceded, haltirg the practice. Another instance of Council action pertained to a Christmas pageant featuring Nativity scenes. It was sponsortd by the federal government. The 1 ..giant continues in the same ellipse area adjacent to the White House. It is annually dedicated by the President. But the council's intercession brought the pageant under the sponsorship of the Washington Board of Trade instead of the government agencies that had been so directly involved. Problems remain. There are questions of federal manpower and material as well as the continued presence of the display on federal land. But the council has avoided an extremist course, as demonstrated by its attitude toward the official White House Christmas tree. The tree is regarded as a symbol of pagan origin rather than something of an ohjectionable religious character. The Easter egg hunts go merrily on. There is no Jewish objection. Last year, some Jewish children enlivened things by bringing colored matzo balls to the White House lawn. The matzo balls v ere no more sacred than the Easter eggs. foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN An Important Decision Jerusalem •THE JUDGMENT OF Isi %  High Court of Justice in the ol "Fath< r Daniel" was, tural a ir to ii born I atholic i 0 v aid thai he is p unthus rei %  he 3u iI • I much d e of Israel, Tin Court ruled thai although under Jewish religious law—the Halacha up stat< remains a Jew, he cannot be c a Je\ under Israel's secular Law ol Heturn. One maj assume thai some rabbinical scholars will not fuii> concur in the Interpretation of the Halacha. Likewise, 'he dissenting Justice will no doubt find supporters lor his legal arguments regarding the interpretation of the provls ons of the Law of Return. However, without entering into the details, the Court's judgment represents an important and timely contribution to the clarification of the term Jew. which because of our turbulent times—and also the emergence of the State of Israel—has become the subject of repealed, and often sterile, debates. It has underscored the content of the term: that be• Jew, a member of the Jewish people, is not confined 1o religion aloni What Father !>amel a-kof ussaid Ihe Court's Pres • in his Judgment—is that we draw a line after the notified historical meaning of the designation Jew and all the spiritual values for which we were massaIUS periods ol our long exile glory of our martyrs of the Middle Ages would pale I vanish and our history would lose its continuity. It ithe common heritage, the common tradition that Sun ly all Jews in Israel -be they reli;or anti religious—are bound i>> .these old links. erion apply to the Jews in Israel • i .i h religion be conceived as something irati from the overall Jewish past, its history, martyrdom and 1 U 'hat has formed and molded ji throughout tin it was of course Juridically right for the Court not to have passed itjudgment in the case on the basis ol the religious law. It was called upon to interpret the .secular Law of Return, However, it is surely no coinei.. .. :_ i.:— .. ... ;..j — ... %  --innrtaH thn The council is mindful that the Supreme Court ruled last June in the Engel v. Vitale case that when the power, prestige and financial support ol government is placed behind a particular religious belief, the indirect coercive pressure upon reBrowsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN A Potpourri Of Good Books HE END OF the calendar year, and the shelves are sagging under the weight of books which should have been reviewed, however briefly Here. then, are some which are getting in just unde. Yitzhak Baer's "A History of the Jews Ini Christian Spain" (Volume 1. Jewish Publication Society of America. S5.00) is a classic, translated from the Hebrew by Louis Schoffman. The book represents three decades of Baer's work, and covers the period from the age of Reconquest (from the Moslems) to the 14th century. Baer. an historian in the true, as opposed to the modern, sense, is dedicated to facts and sources and to the complete presentation of all that is knewn about his subject. Consequently, his analysis of Jewish status during this period, based on his years in the Spanish archives, differs from the usual assumptions. The drama of Spanish Jewry and the puzzle of their tragedy has engrossed Jewish thinkers for hundreds of years. This exhaustive study stands as probably the most authoritative work on that period. The author of "Women Build a Land/ (Herzl Press, S6.OO1 is Ada Maimon. Israeli educator, legislator feminist leader and director of the Ayanot Girls' Training Farm, since 1930. She was also one of the eleven women members of the First Knesset. The role of women in Israel, and partic ularly of the women's labor movement, is especiallyinteresting in its divergence from the AmericanEuropean view. 1 keep wondering, however, whether Simonc de Beauvoir would really be happy in Israel. Joseph Adler's "The Henl Paradox: Political, Social and Economic Theories of a Realist" (Herzl Press $5.50) brines to the foreground the somewhat neglected theoretical contributions of Herzl. particular^ his -New Society" based on principles of social justice, and what he called • %  mutualism.' a combination of the best of capitalism and socialism The author's contention that Herri's dream ot the kind of a Slate which Israel was tu be lias yel to be realized sei ms well taken. From Meridian Books and the Jewish Publication Societj of America come four soft-cover boons worth owning, "Selected Essays of Ahad Ha-'Am," translated, edited and introduced b> Sir Leon Simon, presents seventeen of the essential I'->J!ol Asher Ginzberg. one ol the great advocates ol cultural and spiritual Zionism Lou Ginzberg's "On Jewish Law and Lore" ($1.75i brings together s,\ ,.| the late scholar's essays on Judaism "An Introduction to the Palestinian Talmud" is the Hist; others are on Jewish folklore the significance of the Halachah tor Jewish history, allegorical interpretation of scripture, codification ol Jewish law. and the Cabala "Akiba: Scholar, Saint and Martyr," by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, is a warm, well written and extreme ly interesting biography of the revered and beloved talmudic sage. Finally. Alex Bern's biograpb) of "Theodor Herzl" (S2.25i is an exceptionally well researched book, somewhat condensed from the Hebrew and Cicrman versions. It still runs 526 pages, plus index and bibliography, and that s a lot of good book for the money. Our film folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT ligious minorities to conform to tin .-* 0 ficially approved religion is plain A union ol government and religion tends to destroy government and to degrade religion." Council President Richard K. Lyor, !-.. said that the Court's decision appears to confirm your council's oft-stated view that religious Ol an( j practices under public school auspic s are u urious psychologically, destructive of authentic i and repugnant to the principles of the Amencar Cor.. stitulion." During coming months three different ..ivolving Bible reading, recitation of tht Lord Pray. er. or religious holiday observances in | %  -. hool>. vill be heard by the Supreme Court. Intense emoMonalism was indicated in widespread I tl irsl> protesting last summer's school prayer (in non, %  H ence."' said Mr. Lyon. "it becom-s even more important this year that any problems *hi< arise should be handled in a responsible and %  manlike fashion, and that individual situations not he magnified out of proportion so as to uni ily arouse hostile public feeling and acril actions." Advice and guidance are offered b) the K Cil's executive director. Isaac Franck. Mr Fraad :s a leading force in the DC. church -t..w 1 OH the Record: By NATHAN ZgM • IM \ol The Lure of Dinners PHE LURE OF public dinners utM 1 ned tor me over the vear>nd, id I W ^r\ for professional responsibility. 1 oouldl without them. More often than nut Uu (btd I speeches are agonizing]) dull r i*l I lious. mundane and along as the gal* I It is on rare occasion? that \ speaker rises above the din. %  < 4 Pr Ik. strain my neck t<> get a -peak' and undertone, but almost always my scribbling i in vg; when I have deciphered it The words lavarfabl] 1 old. the semantics colorless, the ideas ^ntiquat'^ the content shallow. As a rule there is neither newness nor ever aL-i(| making throughout an evening of laborious travail There have of course been notable exceptionthe few Jewish leaders who can be counted -Hiking an inauspicious not,from the platform I M. M. Warburg lli^ roots ot mere) i i o deep that he almost never n Hi i guidance when he dwells on Jewish mi ..I have heard him, I always carried i ichoes I still carry Hie e, ho of liis rein.! n "t t!-.' iei t ni 25th annual i ence ot ihe l J\. 'Ihe parle) "as marki ; %  %  !MI! b) .i spirit ,,] |, stivit) hanced !>> the rai • his word \\ hat did Warburg saj on that o > thim > that i.e. ded --•> ing on the said them uniquely, with an artistrj '.. %  ..its and souls and mind-. s i aking ol Ihe historic milestone i i, II neithi r ii to saccharine nor drai him the significance "i the event deri • "we now an t."t only children of 1 makers ot history'' whose "power is thl I: idifficult, he went ,.ii "to think Ol I history" because "the searing anguish, '• id. is prisoner of our memory." There was a [on) ami despair in Ji thl Mack era. but "out of the agony and come a new determination to survive" at an instrument of survival." The Jewish ::,t declared in a peacock like gesture thl perceptible only to this eye, has ",. new direction, new -lory to the quest! brothers' keepers"" His reverence for urable, is the entrj in my notebook I l One of the West's Very Successful Musicians I TALKED WITH Felix Slatkui. on, ihe West's most successful popular musicians n cording his own am ments ol American folk music for "Libert) Using addles as the i>a-is .,t bis orchestration, he mo-' recent)) reli ..ilium. "Fantastic Strings Plaj %  tastic Themes As all his creative i, it is lull of sadness and Jo) You cannot help but listen to Slatkin 'hen you live m California where he in.' onl) is con I •lie Hollywood Howl orchestra hut i., stead) in your living room whenever you turn on your radio Earlier in his career, Felix Slatkin had been first violinist in studio orchestras recording motion picture -tores I,,i -mil companies ,,. Korngold, Tiomkin and llosza. Jaii I Hollai d Yi lest condt i %  i sentmi nl i tried to make his I.: %  • Russian ii Is, Felis Slatkm lan from his knoi ledgi ol Yi dish • l \ "H all) anti Semitic remar 1 oi. hestra who fell degi • baton ol 11 .lew. Arthur Lubin has ri turned fron ed a ned v ersion oi "The ihe show business wizard and p. film maker Lubin DO* n television series starring Alan You thereto) involves himself once mon lie ian old hand m such the motion picture series of "Fram calls his own invention. esigncd "Rhubarb" in r IM \ I



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+J*nisti IlurMian %  Friday, December 28. 1962 Vocabulary Bee Announced Here >N JF Tr.g Day volunteers who raised a min• mrr. oi SI00 during last year's Tag Day are •. varded gifts at a recent luncheon in their I jnor. Standing (left to right) are Miss Hanl uh Finn, Mrs. Yetta Baratz, Mrs. Tillie Becher. Mrs. Sonia Liebson, Mrs. Molly Skell. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Tug Day chairman, Leon I. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, Miss Miriam Vernick, Mrs. Fannie Werner, Mrs. Gussie Kahaner end Mrs. Rose Marcus. Not shown is Mrs. Clara Auerbach. The Bureau oi Jewish Education nnnounceit~ sixth annual interschool vocabularj bee. The annual convention \<:ll ho based "ii the Bureau*? publication ol required r' lists f"r the first thru' yean in the elementary grades <>f the Hebrew schools of Greater Miami The Bee will involve grades two, three and four n tinHebrew departments >'i all .i, % % %  ish schools, [or students ol age 9 to 13 During December and Jai uary, (he schools will drill word list.-, published h\ ihr the Bu. ram, ami select two champnoi irom each of the three gr a lea pjr t ripatinii. The six school chanijn ( r(w each school will then ,„ ing the second week uiter-sch | wirier : "i ih t in the annual stration at the the gener ii membei Bureau. Prima to the • .mil to the inner of the OK 2Year Extension for UNRWA Continued from Page 1-A TL gee problem, notins that ,i ...i voted lor the part of questioned paragraph which ed PCC to continue it> work v i h 1*1 .• i and the live Aral) slates the p Mom. ie ..' expressed Israel's view ti t international aid for the Arab ugees "will be required for some ne to come" ami that Israel \ ii.i ntinue to support UNRWA v hou' 'servations, Ie inferred to the 21-nation olutii urging direct peace taiKS, ie Ii was withdrawn pre v lUSl} the special political comII Ittee He said Israel was "gratii : encouraged" by renewal o the i lea—first offered in 19C1 .i ted under United states P ssure He noted that the num. b> r ot lonsors had grown from in I*>; to 21 this year. In n oblique reference to the .nrtod State* stand that such •sok/'ors were meaningless in •w o* the current impasse, he ,id I4sat the revival of that aproici to the Arab-Israel conict and for easing the Arab •etvoee problem "may not yield iwn*4


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Page 2-A • knist ftrrMfon Friday, December 28. 19 62 German Jurist Helped in Jewry's Tinal Solution' BY OWNER OUTSTANDING BUY Best Southwest Rental Section, 8 Beautiful Deluxe, Furnished 1-Bedroom Apartments. Two Years Old. Air-conditioned, heater 1 Off-Street Parking. Shows 24o Net an $24,000 above $35,000 Mortgage. ON! MORTGAGE -ONE PAYMENT. ALFRED RONALD, 445-2691 or Call 443-6648 ponspn ^Stf pv its (tabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 3595 t45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Ku oil Schiedermair, who was reproblem, eently suspended from the posl of If.' was suspended on charges of president of the Bavarian Adminhaving participated in San horror istraUve Court here, was official!) judgments in special wartime charged this week with aiding in courts in occupied Norwaj He Soviet's 50 50 Justice was "sentSftcedjB' >^v^LJ fl J p aired la>t Sej/cmpyj to iir, v .., o years' imprisonment for German Interior Mini-' HI participation in verdicts that re Dr. Schiedermau did suited in death sentences for relawhen he joined the West i Circuit Judge Irving Cypen has resigned from the bench effective Jan. 14. In letters to Presiding Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart and to Florida Gov. Fame Brvant, Judge Cypen called the resignation "a most difficult decision," basing it on the need "to return to the practice of law solely because of the everincreasing economic needs of rcmily." Zamora Group Elects Officers %  ': • .: S •'. 54th r; rj th< tempi '.' tmora Other i elected at a re, %  meeti \t up S Uhambra le, vice pri Mrs •i Leff, 2976 W. Flaj It i i tary. The Young Couple will hold anr meeting and social gathering on Sunday evening, .Ian. 6. at Zamora. Continued from Page 1-A Jewish scientist and professor ol physics, has been arrested on a sharge of "espionage" on behall at the United States, according to information received here. The information was contained in an article in the Leningrad 'ravda, dated December 20, received here. According to the Leningrad organ of the local Communist Party, Prof. Friedman had become friendly with an American with whom he snared admiration for al strai paintings winch the two were viewing together at a Leningrad museum, (Soviet Prem: ier Nlkita S. Khrushchev recently condemned abstract art as being untrue to "'social realism." 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Hi .on 1-1151 LEONARD ZILBERT ABE EISENBERG NEW YORK CHAPELS Ma%  -or,j| Chape! judiciary, that hi baj officer and I:ia; he ha I the Na/i par > central plans had been drafti •'dual solution of the ; lion'' in Bo]", in..! .ii lively minor olfena The formal charge against him, announced by the Wueriborg, chief public prosecutor's office, was based on suspicion that he had prevented Jews in Bohemia and Moravia from leaving, and thus becoming targets of the anti-Jewish program of Adolf Eichm.nn. 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Friday. December 28. 1962 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M TICK IS HEH SHY tin i:x thnl ni I, li Ins in engagi in • n iin.i< i ill. flcl ii luus name nl \. i-: HI >usieai limi ff,,n sr>, ill IV .i' ii. i la., Inti n.ii imi |,1 nmne with I lie ri. rk "f I hi 'uurl i I 'ii' 1 '%  '" nil I MYR \N (MRP • I'll Corp i Slili < lw 111 i I •!-'> I l-ll NOT'CE UNDER FICT TIOL'S NAME LAW \. TICK is MI:I:I r.v i;f\ i \ % %  ,. • I Kill 'I .1. %  • %  ., .,. |„ miller til.' II itlou i ..-n M;I'AT'i IN SERVICE CO s '6 Avenue. North 1 : Ii lids I" i. b Hi,i I, l< ,,f Hie Id : I • %  > Cl*UII I : \v II.1.1 AM I I. \ M1 :l-:i; I | Ml' I.' I A I I • • foi v iipllcanl I! 14-21 !, i i N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50792 \ i:i:. Estate ..f \i'ii-: M vxxii KIMKI: • %  .i.-.'i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE %  PLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE 'i 'i: i~ hi •. hj given >' %  filed nut i Inal l:. pm i anil r. "' i'i li Ihulli n ami i nul |. -. • •" Co-Hxei itum i.f thi Hadii M %  • I %  %  i • thi i.'th ila> i will !•• the Hill i,..I, nul He%  I i"i %  • i %  thi H rimmi IM *** rt^rgHm^m BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE IN T^? T U CE EY PUBLICATION Jm^ RCUIT COURT OF THE rni U P ICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY ,.,. No. 62C 12931 1 RANK IIRKXNER, VIVI \\ RREXNER r. .-. ? U T F0R D| V0RCE %  UMAN I1RKNXKR Mid Avenue „ Kc UHIUI I NI .v York MillM VRnUl || SI'AET SO "•' !''•• glnal Answer or ,• %  '.!'-'.': %  '!' U-i ..I th. Clerk i.f the % %  ,|( ,. „., ,.„ .. Mil ri "',; '": J ,, '"<-ni I.} default will be I I" lh. Illll ,,f Comnlalnl %  hall I.. published *•** . 12 Cta) "' Dec eniber: l; U ("KATHRRMAN, Clerk ;, •' ''•,'.' %  '.' '""" u ""'i'l.i ll Hj K M. l.y.VI.VX Page 11-A ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeni§ti fhriifflairi solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I'll 3-4605 for messenger service "Let's close up now, Morris, it's time for Mincha." i '• puty i 'lerk HAROLD R. SI'AKT. i:sn % %  • i. m ..in II... "i Miami Hi aeh, I loi Ida Attornej foi I'lal I: 7-1 1-21 -jv Copf. 1962, Co.t-j PieduCllcm LEGAL NOTICE %  S'N I %  IN %  IN THE COUNTY JuDBfS COURT IN AND FOR DADL COLMV, FLOR.DA. i\ PROBATE 175-A NO I TORS 0 I E %  I %  n thi %  -I,,. ,-|. • nth i ul, i ..unl : I • %  • ; lint will k.n | Hi thi r N.IVI II. 1 % % % %  \ \ lit Cmirt. I'uile %  ', • %  i ,,| 11} K VI v vi VN I'. %  "HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT '. AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN PROBATE No S7857C • RTII V S i KRN %  -i I NOTICE TO CREDITORS r l"i inn %  iml th.. %  %  %  %  i' NOTICE UNDER M 6 LAW • \ • I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN PROBATE No. 57851-C — Claik Ii UK KM id -I : Wlli ll \RR -. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS V %  •.-. %  %  I! %  Km ii %  : eil til |iri \' imaliifi the %  ( H.WIH M VRRIS ill %  r I Hi : t" ill LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ :, %  %  • L 10 ATiON HE CIRCU T COURT OF THE i UDICIAI C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COL MTV N CHANCERY, No. 62C 12971 S'MiS %  ; i \ \ \ Till >.\l VS MM IMI i: I' \Y I (, iV l SUIT FOR DIVORCE I' %  Till i.M VS \i M llli'K HAY %  %  • • Kill inn lliirtl !•-... Kiimili-m IK i.M iS M \i KICK HAY, ire lial Hill of CmiiHivn %  hi!" |„ ,.|i : I lei! anil "u an ri iiulreil to .'.'. r 1 'li adNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M "IfK Is HKRKIIY lilVKN thai In l IICIIBI In li i-in. -mull • riei ltlou name I :il>.\ VKXTCRKS 'i 21 1^ N llth Street. Ml 62 1 • i I nan %  IIAKol.li si IIw VRTS5 kIt 11 > ,: | ,i %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I* AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12804 MARY I'AUNKY M.I, 1'i.iinlilf, \ B, PIKTRI • t'ARNKVALI, Defi ndanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ti >: PIKTRt) CARNEA'ALI Real lenei I'nknow n Mil' ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED th I ilvon has bi • n :'ilauainm you bj MARY CARNEVAI. and iii.i-.i.'i... you are n nulled t" fl V" ir An... : v Ith the i "lerk of il '' %  % %  • i ruin %  il .-• : vi |s therei UlMn SAMI'Kl. POLICAKTRO, Atto ne> fi r I'lnintlfr, ', .VV 17th Avi nue. .Mli 1 Idn n or befn %  \ ISitiS, "ili.i ,vlm .i Dei ri |'l" I'otlfl I'ati nh daj of No • mb K II LKATHERMAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ .. I:I:Y nivEN ti i ii w ,-I.Mi >N, II \ ktl NOTlCfc t CAT'ON II OF THE NTH Dici Al. f ipru'T OF PI 0: •, • • COUNTY. IN CHANCEKY. No. f.?C IJ066 %  IN S VCNI'KRS I MKS SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  -• %  VIoi \',.' V I M Mtlux M NMKRS .1 \\l %  i„ i, ;. %  i w i:u \\ -i IRVU'E STA1 ll >N %  \ %  A oi I'leadI' idi Intendu i" ret ins In '"ini'liiiiii ..ii I In ; ii lil i mi '.'.nh the Clerk of tl uln • ml in k: ,i lit Ci I '.i !• •' "iiiiii Flo ni. •. i me I.in. n Rn id KullilinK, MiIda and file the orlgBEAIIOARD CENERAl/ CORP Inal \n-\v.' I'lendinp In tin offli Id Ih-lawnre corn-) NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW I KI!Y tilVEN 111 %  II tin. IIKRIIERT H .,.,', In dupl iioWII.KNSKY, %  lllinaviie liuildlnii:, Seetli.l %  I : In St.l Al the orlftn the County inal A I I I R .IT "ll II i 'i* by '!• %  %  i Ithh %  I %  Mill r 11 %  v 11 I HP .Tin K tip il II VRRIS V.i K II VRRIS VNIi ; : • INSUN %  I Hide '1 the t'leik of Ihe t'lreull Court on or In :.. %  the Till ilu> "f Januaf>. %  fall to .I" no, ludarment lj ill fault ill i" laki n HRiilnm you fur th,. relief demanded in tinHill of i 'omplaint. Thin ii"t:'. nhall be publlahed once • %  .i* li week for ("in ronaecutlve wtekn in THK JEWISH l'l ORIDI VN 1'ii.Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami, i. this .".th day "f l leci AH. : %  • i: It. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, linn Claim* or Demanda Against Sa Clreult Court. I'adi County. Florida Km (wall Rj I. SNEEDEN V I i> notified and t• Deiiutj Clerk iiulreil |o |>reaetit nnj claims and ri. iwnei \ %  ::%  :•. : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 57561-B IN UK: Kxtati of MARTIN w BINREll .1-, d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Ha IN THE CO D %  'COURT IN AND lilil CADE COIN' FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE '. •• %  i L'omil -ii. ,1 once I Ive weekr WISH II.' IRII 'I VN. .' i %  Miami, 1 \ I %  [MAN %  VNH %  SANFORP II KRAMER idn l: Illdi l'.i ai li. I"l"i Ida Attnrnev for Pin %  %  CHKN1I NIK -Kl %  "'COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  >NU FOR DADE COUNTY, % L ORiDA IN PROBATE No r i7757.C •OTlCE TO CRED TORS t II n I ami %  i IA SCAIM • %  • %  %  '' %  Hi Ida will • %  r thi vv! inns r J ii ti-ti i i-ii i %  i: IN THE CIRCI Itth ',.' rA FOR DA; I LOR:DA IN t H No. ft %  NOl E OF PI • > v %  II JRT OF THE IN AND -ORIDA NOTICE OF SI %  %  M RS %  x VIAN, u IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CM A N*~Fpv CASE NO 62C 13341 I |. IVI'K %  Mi iXTKS Plali "*" \ s. V KRiiNIC v S Mi iNTES, NOTii.c OF PUF3LICATI0N \. x v V s \ which you maj have again? thi estati of MARTIN WBINRE di ci am .1 late of l >ade County, Ploi • .. i" tincounty Judges of in 12 T-ii-'i 'Cuiinty, and fib the name In duplicst and .-. iirnvideil in Section 788.1< i-.". i In Si n .a. s. in fflci %  i lilti Com ihnUNi in I >adi I 'oui %  ly, Florida, w i'ii >\ anlendar montl • front 'l linn ol the firsl publicatli ,. n ill bi bat I • d I >a 11d a 1 i %  da, this 38 ilat of Novi i V.D. 1962. Ml I. I'i IN .1 WAYNE AAilmlnlslrntor • STEIN Vi ; 'ICE UNDER F CTITIOub NAME LAW ItY 1IVE> K t o engagi Mill.Kit i' 'Mi' VN" llli hwa end to reglsti he Ci' • [MAN I., c I' .'"i'i:i.\N ii 12 14-31-18 VSKE> VXD WAI.l/ CO.M1' i ni n. r I 11A' I! Al. V N IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT SID FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57800C NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 CIVEN tli.it I:I I • %  'I.I' H SCHAIITT, STl'DEI! VKi:i! Ml VMI \ E. I i.i intends NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,' %  %  %  ] %  ,II. I VII Pi I -"ii>\.i %  [lade County, i li r lh inanda Against Sai it, IMOTIVK i |RP i.. %  Ion CE A urn I tiffed .1 I,, |iri I*I nt an; ltd ii' mam ive agalnsl [I'lHII.K II Si'llMITT d • ,.asi .1 I lie of HADE County. Flm • i Igi s "l liari ihi same In thi ir of. County Caurtho %  i i Ida, 11liiii "* tb I :. ; -. i VI \\ V M AX Vl.i %  'TI I \nc H NAMI LAW \ .ni the %  il oi • ii san i X1>R> JOSH REPHCN x utor vttorney %  IN >>'C '•. ; 1 .' VI £ 0 GUST BROS R>: r IS the BEST



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il hid! mo "Jewish Ftaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY o.ume 35 — Number 52 Miami. Florida, Friday, December 28, 1 962 Two Sections — Price 2'.? United Nations OK's Two Year Extension For Refugee Aid Unit HEBREW UNIVERSITY Half-Million U.S. Agency Gift to Israel .', tSHINGTON fJTA) The led states Agency Cor International Development will tSSlSt in -hinj: .i permanent economic n -parch project in I-rail under a in 'n agreement signed Ibis week • credit, amounting to S500.Jill be made available to the rew University ol Jerusalem to ..-->-: in providing a permanent • ment for the university's I k Project "f economic research Israel. It will match a new .rant in the same amount bj the l alk Foundation of Pittsburgh, Pa • riefl ol the agreement, .... here were William C Gaud, aid administrator for the Near East, I South Asia; Kliahu Klath. :• %  blent .>i the Hebrew Timer. and Philip G. Whitman, pres. • oi th American Friends ol Hebrew L'nivi ritj directors of thi Falk project to study such aspects f the ; el economy as I hi nature of the tionary process, which the described as "a securing teaa Israel." Also to be studied %  t.he operation of Government Histtdrut corporations, the kings <>f the Government's i pmenl budget, and the econContinued on Page 8 A [JTAl %  ion ol the I V1TED XATIOXS 'i hi mi il %  >: %  '., \ -, t nited Xation G ner I Assembly i' Ilowcd the le.,: .,f its Special iv litical Committee nere and approved a resolution sponsored by the I nited States to extend until •I "'<• :i 1965 the mandate of the UN Relief and Works Agency for the tare of the Aral, refugees. The present m late ends next June 3en.ange ol letters between Mr. Klutz nick and Prebident K 'nne Ij Ir. his letter to the President, Mr. Klutznick recalled that he had in'ormtd Continued on Pane 3-A WASHINGTON (JTA) The I niicd States Supreme Court agreed this week to reviewa ruling by the highest court of South Carolina whieh maintained that it as legal to deprive a person of slate unemployment compensation for relusins for religious reasons to work on Saturdays. The case involved a Seventh Day Adventist, a sect which, like the lews, observes Saturday as the Sabbath. Now that the Supreme Court has accepted jurisdiction. Jew ish groups are considering filillg friend of the court briefs. The case will be argued early next year. The Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to Kentucky's Sunday closing law which forbids the opening of business places on Sunday except for "work of necessity or charity" and some entertainment activities. The Kentucky law, like that in a few other states, exempts Jews and other' who observe a day of rest other than Sunday. Justice William 0. Douglas, in his dissent from the ruling, argued that this exemption emphasized Ibe religious nature of the law. "The Continue:, on ^age 3-A Arab Mistaken for Jew Through Bethesda Streets BETHESDA, Md (JTA) I %  o educated young men from "re\H cted familus" v.; %  : c convicted in Montgomerj Count> Court tins week "i taking part in offenses that included the assaulting and ii jurj • i three N< roes and an an nitic attack on a terrified i otorist, suspected oi being Jewish, who was th ised four miles through the heart ol Bethesda. 'Ibe motorist, Lester M. Haddad, ti stified that the youths, "appar. entlj assuming 1 was of the Jewish I.nth. cursed on the subject ol on, using terrible profanity." Mr, Hadda.1 is president oi the vrab-American Club of Greater Washington and a Roman Catholic, Threatering to beat Mr. Haddid and calling h : m a "Jew," the youths smashed beer bottles ag.tirst his car and pursued him at high speed up to the front doer of his home. He called police, and the four young men were arrested. Vie judge found two guilty d ; >-:i ult and postponed sentencing iu,ul January 8 pending %  > \ :ion ofiicer's report At the re..nest of the state Attorney's office, charges against the two other young nun were dropped. line, granted immunit) recause be served aa prosecution witness, ieadily conceded he had thrown bottles. UNCLE ON TRIAL Yossele Tells Court He Was Taken in Hiding JERUSALEM — (JTAi — Y;ssclc Schumacher testified this v in the trial of Shalom Shtarkes, Ibe uncle who is charged with complicity in the boy's two-year disappearance and hiding, that the defendant took him to hit ; rst hiding place in I>rael—a yeshiva .n Rishon L'Zion in the Tel Aviv art -.. The crowded courtroo-i v ; cleared when the boy. whose r i:-. ppearance led io a search on three continents, took the stand. T was 'one out of consideration for the child, hut the text of his • -timony was later released to press. Yossele told the court th. while he was living with his grandfather, Nachman Shtarkes. he was told that his parent! planned to return with him to Russia, where he would live with Gentiles and be like a Gentile. His parents had turned him and his sister over to the grandfath•r, hortly after they came to Israel, while they were seeking to establish a home. The grandfather returned the %  _,r] at the parents' request but held Yosele, contending the parents would not give him an ade> quatel] traditional Jewish edu lion. Yosseli -.II I he wen; willl becau-e be had been persua his parents meant to tak< him back • Russia. During all this til be said, he did not see his parents. The youthful witness was i ol questioned b> the prosecution about inlerim events oi bis long i sappearance, He was the only witness to idenlifj the defendant as th< person \' ho arranged ins transfer to KomContinued on Page 7 A Soviets Demonstrate 50-50 Justice LONDON (JTA) Ol 90 citithe newspaper called the tacts „( ,he USSR sentenced to reflection Of "8 deliberate | death for "economic crime-' sit i —u: i... %  <.-> .. „>< %  .<:.-, making the Jew.for idespread embezzlement profiteering." Lest oi Chanuka's eight candles are lit by youngstenat the tree, non-sectarian Children's Asthma Research Institute ana Hospital in Denver, Colo. the death penaltj for such offenses was reintroduced by the Soviet Government a year and a ha ll a go 50 were Jews, the Sunda> .,,,!, stated here in a summarj oi recent anti-Jewish actions in Russia ih ,r iei. ri/iii" the number ol 3 f l a St Of •Significance." novits. where 10 persons were Recent examples of thmanner in which Jews are chose.i for treatment much harsher than that accorded other Soviet citiiens were cited by the Sunday executed—all of them Jews. Another instance note;' by the newspaper was the case of a man named Tespuro, a non-Jewish do rector of a state farm at Irkutsk, who was tried and convicted for "r.umerous offenses." Tespuro was given a 10-year prison senterce, but his subordinate, a Jew named Yudin, v. as senfenced to death. Rudolph Friedman, i R issian. Continued en Page 5-A



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> Page 2-B + le#ist fieri,dial) Friday, December 23. log, MR. A, JO K6i. ,£ 52nd Anniversary For the Riegers Celebrated Here Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rieger, 'f 2'i. Meridian Ave., Miami Boaeh C4 lehrated 52 years of marriage on Mondi Th< c< u| le came here six j %  Forme rly, Mr Rieg 72 is manufacturer on i • ons in h the couple i ... l i %  i Rin ( i i %  i surer. ( l c. • \ I .. i R i i r.i klj ... I i ivei sarj; the Martin Blachters, i i I •.'..! years; and Sh ;;. I i Blachter, a i Also planing in from Brooklyn were 'In' couple's daughter an.! in-law, Hannah and Jules Bar nett. Hirshes Mark 50th Anniversary 'r and Mrs. Louis Hush, of ii. Onrland Vve.. Surfside, will ,. braii' their .">nth wedding anniM rsary Fridaj Dec 28. with an Ones Shabbat following the evenservices .ii Temple Ner Tamid. Mr and Mrs. Hlrsta were mar nd nid'. ••(! here in 1947. Hirah iengaged profes%  > i" actuary for the Town of Surfside, %  n dinner in their h >nor % %  %  Harbour House %  i Saturday Guests • % %  ••• %  !(<• (i llowing relativi and their families: Bernard h Da del H r cousii :' ard 11 •<• si i vitch, cousin; A A. Wcinberg brother; Mrs Snl Ritter, sister: Lionel Bdenson and Bernard D. Hirsh, nephews The Hcrcourl and Hershkovitch families are here from Paris, France. Greyhound Oval Opening Mond MR. AND MRS. HIRSH Greyhound racing gets off to a 'T a ST sfffrf New Year's nighl. Jswr 1. at the Miami Beach Kennel Club. All indications point to a "high ly successful season," according to 1 ii William 11. Johnston, track preai ? dent. • We expect a thrill filled opening night, with plans now u • shape," said Johnston, "and there ino reason whj we shouldn't surpass las) year record I real opening nighl crowd ol 7300. There ma; be a record opening I pari mutuel handle, too "We no' only look forward Ii an excellent season al Miami Beach Kennel Club, but the outiook seems to me to be especiallj bright for the Miami Beach area %  rally." said J' hnston H!',' i the largest ra ng plants ol itkind in the nation, the Miami Beach Kennel Club lies i n thi mean iron: at the southern tip ol ay Miami Beach. Tin %  rfTMBj seTVReT Wturft ing 'aellitieand \ VEO IN A CHASS 0 A Co TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Ye*, there's Yom Tov %  t ., ihu fine let.. ."floor crushed" for tulleti strength tnd scimuUtion ... richer taste and pltu. ure with your fleishigj ip j milchigs tod beter ami refreshment ... 3rey] rts New Year's oi the Irack. William 1 Club. Nev If you like [. ft asphalt-surfaced, ... Ihe c ••. Bide Students Offer C:.CI-;r %  %  R i %  if the Youtl ent play. "1 ne Ca x ol tl e Mysterious Latke." directed by Dorothj Kaul i Included in the cast were Merlida Go) ii n, Stuart Gordon, Bar' ara Koff, Larry Kramer. Susan Curtz. Andrew Levine, Beth Lynn Maxwell, Rita Rosinek, Steven Sha>iro, David Tanenbaum, Robert I'aiicnbaum. Cynthia Toppell. Rich• rd Waas. and Cheryl Tyfll. Students held a Chanuka part) follow in-: the assembly Certified Ktuhtt ^*<3^, J HnoV • ttnet Rabbinical S Jlfr' Ravi* 1 You'll love Vew Year's Eve Party I i |lj Social Club will hold .i Nev vir's Eve ; art} oi evenii at the : %  • • i • %  %  •• ill .:. '. I Siiganne itni'.r UiUM CAlO'lt -Fill UOU'-O iWUJMt I ooctoi Affsova* rot OIAIITKS. tow CAIOIK oun KX • TCHCN *>• Ufcl L$ 4-0/. sorru ONir AI row rora GUARANlEfO N0N FATTENING! Let's Have a Party! CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by lamed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So anuch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c pet servtngi W& KASHA Brown Bucwhcd Greats A .', Wolfl s Hnhs I'll bring the Vita Herring. Ii'.a real party dish. No wink and all pleasure. The tender herring morsi Is are ready to sei y from the jar with crisp onion rings and a fabu sauce. There's Vita Herring in your choice of tangy sour cream, lightly spiced • v cocktail 9auce. Thi y'n so deli, ii I'll bring a jar of each. What will you bring? Just .MUII. -ill'— and a hearty appetitel 3* !" VITA HERRING 8



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?crge 8-B +Jeist fhr/kUaifi Friday. December 28. 1962 Sisterhood Will Install Officers Tlif !!< %  Sisterhood officers "i |,th [srael Hebrew Institute will be Installed at an Oneg Sabbath Forum Frida) evening by Rabbi Isaac Ev The following ill be Installed \... Frances Ullian, president: Mi. Mori Teich, Mrs Sam Klein. \iiRegena Karger, via pre*i. Mrs Herman Weintraub, .,,-,., M N ithan Lubin. fi cial secretary; Ml Charles ,, : % %  .: ••':!' %  • secrel in i Ever, recording secrc I Baboi Etl i • v Meshulam Cohen. R Cohen, William Cohen. Morris Feldman. Samuel i Kjrv nie Gluck, Max Goldbi Green, Sam Hershlcowit; Herszhorn, Samuel Langi r p a „i er, Sam Molbi -.p. Morris Sack, M u it/. Milton Sii (fi i< d Shklair, Henrj Steck i Stern, Saia Sterngass \\i isz, Il.ur> Zaretsk) Zvi Berger fo Speak Zvi Bei lasisl the Bun au ol J • ish ; v ill be ui % %  %  iker i Shal bal on Satu i m ;,• Beh rapacity att?ndance at the annual Patrons Dinner of Beth David Congregation last week ">und these past presidents of the congregaon participating enthusiastically in the event. left to right are Lewis Sternshein. current president, Phillip Schiff, Miam: City Con.: Sidney Aronovitz, Harry Gordon. Murray Cohen, Harry Simons. Nat Zaika, Harry Markowitz, and Stanley C. Myers. ABE GCFTEI'S NEW KOSHER Arrangements committee for "triple evsnt" sponsored by Dhev Shalom Congregation on Sunday are standing (left to ight' Sam Somers. Louis Maltz, and Harry Tesslei. Seated eft to right) are William Kamin. Frank Kretchmer, Sam Roser.man, and Sam Arnold. Scroll, Crcwns To be Dedicated Dedu ..' i • ol a Torah Scroll will lake plai Sunday, 2 p m., at u -i ii ;toi Federal S:i\ ings and I A! Noi mandj Isle. The dedication '.'ill be part <>f ;, "triple event" occasion announced last week by Ohe\ Shalom i egation Ri I ... Phin< .iWeberman, spiri tual leader ol Ohe\ Shalom, said il ..i als i to be dedicate is .< pair ol iilv< irah crov i \' thi same lime, Ohe\ Shalom will -I'M ,i bronze plaque to Washing ton Federal \ (. iard ol Honor will carrj the h from Washington Federal to the sj nagi i w hew refresh ments will l x served On the arrangements committee for Ihe event arc Will. am Kamin, Frank Kretchmer, Sam Rosenman, Sam Arnold, Sam Somers, Louis Maltz, and Harry Tessler. Harry Slmcnhoff to Speak at Academy Me,,i kha,i S pMk # %  • Mil Dedication of Hebrew, English Libraries dedication ol the Hebrew Acadiy'Hebrew and English libraries II take place 1" '.'" %  m.. Sun ty, at the school featuring a 'duation address b> Harrj Sim ihott. Miami attorney and hisri.-,iB 1 Binder, honorarj life present id served as treasurer until hi• atl in 1956 Moses Grundwerg pres ; dent :f Beth I'rael Congregation, is general stcretirv of the schorl, ft>d Mrs. Grundwerg is a life nember rf the boarc' of trustees :f the Hebrew Academy. Mr and Mrs Saul Grundwerg, sidents <>i New York, will be coming to Miami especiallj for this occasion Rabbi Alexander s. Gross, principal ol the Aca lemy, will talk on Are We the People of the i Book?" Invocation will be delivered by Howard I.auer. an Academy graduate and senior student at tluMesivta Senior High School. Simonhoff. who endowed the reference room, will deliver the dedication address Simonhoff, from %  rlestoi S.C.. is author ol "Un• r Strange Skii s." "Saga of American Jew r> and "Je %  ish Notable.in Amei ica Hi is a erad lie College Charleston and the University ina. Simonhofl holds degn e in la ai s n < d in the South Carolina legislature A \< M iam. !'. >a< h i r many • i ars, and Ii ng active in Greater Miami Jewish affairs, he directed ihe Amei ican Ziot .-• Emergency Committee here during the formative years ol (he State ol Israel He is active in Bii.il B'rith and the .loir: Distribution Committee and n as elei ted to i epreseni South Florida at the American Jewish onference, the assemblj which committed world Jewry to monwealth in Palestine it: 1943. World renowned entertainer Sophie Tucker and Victor 3idone "team up" recently at iis De Continental Restaucral here. 3ib!o Stud § Class Scheduled ol .1 bj the %  ill • Jan 6 at I e synale, president Michael Sossin I Wedn< I Dr. 1 Lehrn I remple d the initial Attendance is open to all mbt rs "i Hi' i -m said Men Zion Ginsburg is chairman : the Brother! d, which has accelerat ed itactivities this yt • Miami Beach City Councilman Melvin Richard will address the Nor.h Shore B'nai B nth Lodge on Monday, Jan. 7. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. 1133 Normandy Dr. Program chairman is Walter Lebowit/ Youth Discuss State Conclave Beth Am will be host to the Florida State conclave ol the Southeastern Federation ol Temple Youth The weekend conclave will be held during semester vacation Jan 25 to 27 Members will accommodate out>f town .1, legate s in their homes A special meeting ol the executive board held a meeting at the bom. ol Richard Abel to discuss the con clave with Jefl Rosenberg, Florida Stat< pi i sidi nt, and Alison Podell, Greater Miami Federation ol Tempi* Youth proident. Members who attend, d camp lasl sum me i at the new regional p in Cle\ land, Ga were also invited These included Susan Bernstein. Eunice Tall, Judith Clein, ami Ron Leiberman Children Receive Gifts Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, West Miami Post, entertained at a ; art> in thi i ol %  el ro\ DIM \T.W. DINING ROOM mi'l Oily not" -•JT RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD.. Minitii 226-1714 ^CONTINENTAL S CATERERS •V ... %  i* ^.ROMWELL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH World Famoul Canlaf Jarak Kaalf.aaff iB •finale al tixmr imaiuM *r I .. r ulr nirrtlw. !•• MkrMkn,n. iMatrif Ttaate raaai l.r It Jt.tl. ana a It ?•<• SyMphealC Chair FREE! Ckaltt Laaafri a) MkU II" TV. r.4i. ml mm rift nM-tafftSki .JI-I kui WHnrr %  •*,!. • M*l*a ,..-., • r.l.ililn,pl Sifkllj Many atkvr fatr 8' OCEANFRONT AND OCEAN VIEW ROOMS 00 per day per perv dbit. occ Sin $13. Jan 4 to JOth Jan 20-Mar. 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Friday. December 28. 1962 *Jmist) ffcrHiar #~ lETTtR TO TH E EDITOR *1 Page 5-A Cuban Refugees and Jewish Ashes Among speakers at the silver anniversary committee meeting at Temple Israel were (left to right! Rabbi Joseph Narot. Harry S;:::o:;hori. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Leon Kaplan, and Sidney urt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. EDtTOR, The Jewish Floridian: From a Jewish pioni ol view we can only | )( gia d now tha ( uban prisoners are back and reunited with their families n should be remarked that in ance with Jewish rules. V: %  gre it esl deed Is to help people out ol confinement, and all other rules subordinated to this cause During the course of our history, we have always been read) to pay the price of liberty, with our lives and wealth, and' therelore we are glad to see that the efforts put toiih in releasing the Cuban prisoners have been accomplished successfully. The $70,000 ol the Council, has been selected ransom paid for each of them is as JNF -.Man of the Month." really not much, considering that they were saved from prison and gained liberty. been disturbed, since Jewish "eWgration was not permitted; while %  i pie from other countries are elcomed today, 5i ing the Cuban prisoners re turning in good ph< sical shape, one -II only be happy, but the eyes Bornstein Named 'Man of Month 1 Leon .1 Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, this week revealed that William Bornstein, vice president of our slsteYS and 'brothers hi Auschwitz and Dauchau gaze back i.' accusation, asking us hy they weren't worth $100 per capita which Eichmann asked for them. MAURICE G0LDR1NG W'ami Beach Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the 25th anniversary celetion of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation deft', is shown leading women in the community who will serve on the ing committee for this commemorative year. Left to right "Irs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs. Aaron and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Federation Committee Eyes Cultural Event to Celebrate 25th Anniversary Notwithstanding, it brings to mind the double standard of how principles are applied if there art Jewish lives involved. You will remember that during the extermination of European Jewry in 1944, Adolf Eichmann made the offer to sell one million Hungarian Jews for $100,000,000—$100 for each Jew. The emissary, Joel Brand, who brought the offer, was jailed by Allied officials. When the offer final!) was submitted to the Ambassador of Britain in Cairo. Lord Moyne, he remarked, "What can we do with a million .lews'' and this attitude prevailed. The offer was not even considered seriouslj; although it was then well-known that the Hungarian Jews were the next in line in the extermination program ot the Nazis. .Mr. and Mrs Bornstein recently established an avenue in "Me Ami," Israel, to be known as the William and Kate Bornstein Avenue." Bornstein is a well-known active reader here. Originally from Washington, D.C.. he is a former president of Beth Sholom Congre. .!' ion there. Since his arrival here he has been in B'nai B'rith, chairman of the Synagogue Division for State of Israel Bonds, ar.d a volunteer wcrker for the Combined Jewish Appeal. "Because of his outstanding achievements on behalf of Jewish National Fund. Israel and the community at large, it is only fitting that lor the first month of the new year Bornstein be accorded the honor of JNF 'Man of the Month'.'• Ell declared. WILLIAM BORNSTEIN er. \> i Joyce Farber, lyric soprano, present a program of musical selections, accompanied by Esther Barrett at the piano. The whole of European Jewry Modem Ballet Classes Judith Youngerman, Una! dance instructor, has initiated a second series of classes in modern ballet for children of elementary school aye at the Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Coral Way. on ThursVI -i initial meeting of the Miami Jewish Federation innivcrsary committee conu %  d by Mrs Si inley Myers. i:;, :man, plans were announced i mmittees established to pre. • %  a number of important events g the occa* during the ahead M> I the year b ration Mill inc I u d e of communal and national inter* st, •<• as cultural i.il activitie Mrs. Myers also annaunced that in honor of the 25th anniversary, a committee of leading members of the community, of which Fred K. Shochet, pubIsher of The Jewish Floridian, will serve as chairman, are discu:sirg the launching and sponscrship of an annual lecture devotee 1 to an important topic in the field of Jewish affairs. The monthly JNF meeting on Thursday. Jan. 3, at 8 p.m in the neither Pasteur Room of the Fontainbleau S^TSunnooM Boys' and grils" from M.mn,,::; caller ;",:;;>. as o,„ y *" ^ t^v ,ng 5 ,o 7 years oi agc a,e *** *z a .lance at the vast acres ol ieiMr and Mrs Bornstein. roUed n a class beginning at 2:30 tile and empty land will confirm. Leo Mindlin. editor of The Jewp.m. Those from 8 to 12 years o£ Hut the mosquitoes there have not i.-h Floridian. will be guest speak?ge meet in the 3:30 p.m class that's right! i n i ol the highlights of the meet ing here was a presentation i > Dr dition to being a time for Joseph Narot, spiritual leader ol ward in or\ice to Jew Temple Israel, terming Ihe 25th % %  er and around anniversar> year thi ild ol a joy" for Greater Miami Jewry %  ,.„t mement ol our Silver •The men and women w j ve.ci • recordin and human values have ,. ration'? along with helped to build our Federation and Greatei Miami com, ur community are the true cele ol the 25th anniversary," Rabbi Narot declared Leon Kaplan, vice • nl ol will w re as chairman I : the annual meet:: mlttce, and announced that the oc< will be dedicated "to the 25 years oi out human,tj b> Fedei lion and itagencies." %  I • %  lt bj the %  I ies and display o| their ,.: i, am % %  l blight* e anniversar\ >• ar board meetii K | Ian annoui our f.ir tinq rti i t a Mrs My< !l meet • Temple 1-: Democratic Club Elects Officers ,!,,Club ol Miami B • u/ednesda) • vening 30 Sea Isle Hotel. v v, r publi relations dior ih. Dai la Fronton, will peaker I i atured will n i n Jai A ... I luck ..: ; Harry Lev) II eted to their fdth con terms -•I residt nl and • ., member n ipectivelj ol b • a meeting here rec< i i2i n • ibi r organaaso voted Dr Samuel \ hontnrj life president lected were Henry Abra l e president Samuel Res ijRIK i Charles Herman. lin secretary ; Mrs %  AIL fit;:.:-tal secretarj R Sperling reeordini seere [red I : ai I.' Art i iistanl sei it ttel \ Cluck was elec..ml oi dii im lurh %  I *lon Amon, Harry Simonhofl i I ,.m. will hi mmit. contributions I th Gr communit) • i am very enth the n ponsi our firM committee meet Myei declared. v., havi n ade a i x plans -. %  I nch will b outlined in more detail in th Perlmulter is Speaker Viceroy's got the taste that's right! ,i. ...I,I.KI strone-iusl like tlic -. ,_ H Some filter cigarettes taste too strong-jusl like unfilurred kind. Some taste too light-and they re no fun Miami 1 House Lnivcr it> i B'nai B rith W< mc last week at the i n ; I irman, MiVivian Gluek ol the V. Mrs Paul Bna. B Jh dr J ml SoloExtremist Part* „Vkcro> tastes the wax ou a like a filter cigarette to taste. ,e leading filtci brands, and you II some taste too light but 5 right Thafs right! Ihatj ri, %  ike all seven ol i me taste !-•" strong \ iccrox I ||( l \ \ l I | |\MM l"l'^ ,'' • errj con i nard Solo



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Pcge 12-A •, k H ist n^rkH^r Friday, Dcce~ber 2 3 Government By Pipeline By MAX LERNER Early this month—on Dec. 2—there was an anniversary that went largely unnoticed. It was on Dec. 2. 1942 Ilia! Enruo Fermi and his associates earned throu.uh the first self-sustaining nuclear chain-reaction. It was this—more authentically than the events at Los Alamoand Hiroshima—that ushered in the era of overkill weapons. All the arts of government and diplomacy among the Great Powers have had to be conducted, ever since, in the shadou of this overkill potential. The consequences of some wrong decision are so great that we must reassess many of the techniques ol government we have taken for granted in the past. Ore of them is the doctrine that nothing must stand in the way of giving the people the "inside dope"' bout what happens in the councils of the government. In an age when television, added to the previce president and member 01 ititself, supplies a steady stream of spot news, a number of the weekly board f>I trustee-. magazines have turned to "inside dopester" journalism in their intense Ruskin said that "the executive competitive struggle for circulation. It is out of this competition that the Stevenson Affair has emerged. But one wonders whether the high cost of such journalism to the nation is not a lamentable price to pa> for it. Ruskin to Head Residents Council Dan P.. Ku*kin. past preaMent ol the Greater Miami .'< nsh Fted eration and past chairm in i f Fed i (ion's Combined Jcwi i Appeal, will take par! i i the \\ %  : versan year campaign as chairman ol the CJ \ '<< siden Council. ii was announced Wcdnesdaj bj Samuel Frie Ian I and co-chairmen ot the 1963 Com,i, sh Appeal. Keki: Ins servi •! a> h m wary r*reident oi Federation, co-chairman ol thi Initial Oilts Dis ston, and acampaign vice chairm a i A leading figure In the establishment and growth ol Mt. Sinai Hospital, a Federation-affiliated agency. Ruskin served as chairman of the building and planning committee oi Mt. Sinai, and is currently a and steering committees of Federation have set a goal of $1,629.810, which is an increase of IT per tent lor the silver anniversary >ear. I know of no bvttcr time (o go forward with vigorous -upPresident Kennedy, who has suffered a great deal recently from the disease of propinquity—in terms of political ambitions within hiipo r t of Federation." own family—i, now suffering heavily from the consequences of his \ journalistic cronies It is hard to believe that he was so inept as to 1 plan the Alsop-Bartlctt atack on Stevenson, or even encourage it Obviously the two writers, known to be close to the President, had easier access to the inner circle of policy-makers than some of the iest of us would have. People talked to them who wouldn't talk to \ou or me. And they may have had a particular purpose in talking. This is the great danger of pipeline journalism: the pipeline may be poisoned. The Washington correspondent for the Lon Ion "Observer" puts the blame for the lead on thre men in the inner circle: McGet Bundy. Dean Acheson, and CIA Director McCone. The curious tact is that this dispatch is itsell a form of pipeline journalism—"inside dopester" stutf— and maj be as unfair t" the reputation ol the three men mentioned as the original article was unfair t.i Stevenson's reputation. The difference however is a crucial one. The naming oi the three men car. damage them, but those who live by the sword must expect to -et hurt by it But in the case of the original article, what was breached—whether accurately or not— was the secrecy "t the decisionmaking process, not mere!) the secrec) of palace intrigues There must be a competition of ideas in reaching decisions that bears unor nuclear warfare and nuclear diplomacy: otherwise the whole range of factori and forces i" be weighed in the decision will not be exploi • • • This is the heart of the problem of decision-making in an overkill age. The Alsop-BanUtt article put into circulation the struggle between the "Hawks" and the "Doves." ;ls part of a new political aviary Of our time They refer to the "hard-" and "softs." But thiis to Rabbi Schfff Ofl Radio mistake the whole nature of the political war with world Communism It would be unfortunate if we froze the positions on American world politics into "hard" and "soft" categories, and thus froie out wha* is most important—a realism which confrontthe intangibles of policj as Weil as naked power. The question is not whether you are hard 01 soft, but whether you are tough-minded enough to face the lac ol power but also to encompass the intangibles of idea, prejudice, con viction, fear, hate, anxiety, pas-ion. Alongside the Stevenson Affair we must now place the Acheson Affair. The former Secretary of State, a -ea-oned and precise diplomat, made :i speech m which he said some harsh things about I'm sh pi wei and the role of Great Britain m history. They have understandably hurt the sensitivities oi the British Here too the question of the pipeline enters, since Dean Acheson il si to President Kennedy, and it ia good guess that their views on world politics are pretty close to each other—certainly much closer than those of Kennedy and Stevenson. The British feel hurt because they feel that Kennedy may have used Acheson to say somethin direct!} which he could not at present say himself. DAN B. RUSKIN Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual lea er of Beth El Congregation, was heard last weekend m a sage on "Chanuka—Season of Dedication" during the radio pro gram spons red regularly h) the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn The program is heard Sundays, 11 a.m o\ er WGBS Although I have no pipeline myself, this guess woulc.' not surprise me. Quite possiblj Ache-on maj have been nif on what the lawyers call technically "a frolic of his own." m a continuing vandetta against those who an unwilling to lace the harsh facts ol power changes in our world. But it is also quite possible that the Administration wants to >tart reshaping its European policy, and is using Acheson to fire the opening gun in its campaign. What I have in mind is the fact that, except tor DeGaulle and his new prestige after hiremarkable election victory, there la lea ship and power vacuum in Western Europe. Macmillai prestige keepsteadily dropping, and Adenauer has only another year in office. What Acheson said in essence, was that th? "special relation" if Britain to the U.S., which has been a containing thing since the Churchill-Roosevelt relation, iabout played out. 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Fr.c^y. December 28. 1962 ykwistffrrMlrin Page 7-A Goldmann Attacks Head in %  Ground' View Hebrew books documents, and a 16th century Bible ecollect.oncf Rabbi Mordecai Podet. spiritual leader u ^ n tfu Gab eS WO;o exhi bited at the Temple ve/.end. A Hebrew marricge contract, printed in 1840 erdam. is held by Mrs. Dcvid Longer (left' 12C95 SW I e as Rabbi Podet reads from the valuable Hebrew .ibluhed in Paris in 1544. Mrs. Sidney W Lanaer Granada Blvd.. Corol Gables, looks on with interest CINEMA %  lion Are. at 13th St., MB. TODAY If Of. SCHACHltrS t i -American Vaudeville with LOU MASON '.omcdy Songs £ Stories ARGUN CARPENTER New Peprrto'rc EON SCH4CHTER & GITEL STEIN ON OUR SCREEN : qon t Schumacher and •he Worse*. Players in 7 HAVE SINNED" THE PRICE IS t'CHT etinees til 6 P.M. SSc fen : nqs SI.OS ( A NEW CONCEPT IN MUSICAL REVUES! "CRAZY %  CRAZES" WORLDS I GREATEST -i %  ECOIDING • ANOS' THE 7 BLENDS i. C. RAMBLERS PleMi frM Partial UN 4 KM lt TILL I AM. c; ..;. inm Mm* tkPKmmr LSUNGtz Seni u.M T M. I SSI 7Mi St. Co.M.or Yossele Tells Court He Was Taken in Hiding Continued from Page 1-A mcmiul Rachel Kui, who actuallj lodged Yossele in Kommemiul t"!d the court thai Shalom Shtarkes nol the person who broushl the boj to : te Orthodox villagi i • mother .. ; i testilied, ini! that she mi t w ith e\ asi"n when she sough) the boj from I is randfather, who spent more lhan .i -. %  :ir m prison lor his refusal > cooperate with the authorities i". locating the missing boy. She t< stifie i thai the grandfather, in refusing to return the boy, said %  y on uill set him again when you re worthy." Th< boy, who was smuggled out "i Israel, was tracked dwn by United States Secret Service operatives al the borne of a Brooklyn rabbi last July, and restored to his parents His uncle went to London where he was arrested on an Israeli extradition warrant and relumed to Israel lor trial. DOC RACING EVERYNiGHT GREENFIELD PARK, N.Y. -, ;iAl Ur Nahum Goldmann President of the World Jewish Congress, critlciied those \..,.TIcn Jews "who neither see the neeessity for worldwide united action nor th,vital importance of inter' % %  '> organized and systematical efforts to overcome the dangers threatening us."" Dr Goldmann spoke al the midI winter conclave of the National Jour c ^ "' Vo,m Israel lie told i at' i Vmcrican Jewrj was doing a greal job in giving philanthropic aid and in helping Israel but is nol living up to its task in understanding the character of the Jewish problem of to "as which cannol he solved bj philanthropical approaches." He called Amerii an Jewry "the most OUT, rganized and therefore disorganized Jewish community in the world, lacking even a common platform where the greal problems of American Jewish life eould be discussed together." i "There is nothing more important than to make American Jewry aware of its responsibility as the largest and most powerful Jewish community in the world in taking care of its problems in an overall organized and representative framework on the one hand and joining international action together with other Jewish communities on the basis of equality in defending the position and future of the Jewish people all over the world," he ceclared. He cited as dangers threatening the position of many Jewish communities throughout the world the renewed symptoms of a brutal anti-Semitism and the socially unstable position of many countries which are in a pre revolutionary situation and which may destroy the economic position of flourish ing Jewish communities, lie also Cited the problem of Soviet Russian Jewry. He warned that "all these factors threatening our future will remain alive and powerful for many years and decades Therefore, the major task in Jewish life is to make the Jewish people aware of this real situation and do away with their illusions and inclinations to regard their future as secure and take their problems very easy." Col. shlomo Goren, Chief Chap; lain of the Israeli Defense Forces told the delegates that one of the most inspiring developments in israel was a "tremendous and growing interest in religion" among its JOUng people. "However, while I'us need to relate to Jewish religious practices is manifest among large segments of our young, there is n 0 single group in Israel thutj is making a concerted and organized effort to reach these young] people."" he stated. He said' that the problem in Israel could be met by establishing centers, patterned after the Young Israel in America, in such cities as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa. STOP THE WORLD! i-t; on for LAFFS! IXCIfT SUNDAY NO MINORS PATSY'S PL\< %  23 23rd St., Miami Beach MARCI SHERWIN. BERNICE SEU, Puno Maitre D'Ess M> (I Siaeai IS PM sal lilt M IfU Ml 3 I v • DCS.. II I I2'. GRAND OPENING NEXT WEEK JAN. V 1 INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PiNK 01 WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Half bushel ""All MOUS PROMPTLY FILLED 1 '• f'O -INSURED-GUARANTUD • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. PI 49710 *R 4-R783 $495 Del' v-'frt Anywhpi %  USA FREE ORANGE JUICE Wf PACK EM SITE MEM 8 A M. TO 10 P.M. PAIL* LUXURIOUS NEW ACCOMMODATIONS Afcaml BecuJt DOG TRACK FIRST RACE 8:15 P M. 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Pago 4-A fJewisii fhridtiain Friday. ~fJewish Flor idian 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 5ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published evrrv KTI.IHV .l-io*l??; b Th* Jtwlah FWIdlaa %  > N.E. BlXth Sir. • %  !. Miami 1. Florida. >,,' n.i-.'l.,s.l'ostage P' tlm they go into a supermarket. It's not the food that barns thm. stomachs — it's the labels. They can't stand to see the .s>mbol $ or the letter K or the word Parcve on a package They get it part of a billion dollar conspiracy against the American people. The? also suggest that somehow involved — and accepting the plot be. nignly — are some government officials whom they call "Kennedy's Kosher Kommisars." More sophisticated shoppers know that u on a food Labc means that the product was made under the rabbinical supervision ol the L'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, thai that an individual rabbi has certified that the product *,. made according to traditional Jewish dietary laws, thut Pareve m< ins that the product is. by traditional Jewish standards, neutral, c ntaining neither meat nor milk ingredients. There is DO secret aboi i this ui course. Manufacturers often spend good Bdvertisl | money to tell consumers th;it their products carry the L linls and are Kosher But these two fellows have their own interpretation. The> tell people that "there are three hidden, coded symbols to look for on Jew-Kosher products — the letter I' with a circh around it, thi letter K meaning Kosher, the letter P or the word Parevi special kosher for the Passovi r season at Eastertime." •:TALLIN RADIO STAR AND ATTORNEY THEY'VE ALSO GOT the idea that "this practice of ko.-'.n %  eludes addition and substitution of foreign ingredients 'hat are nauseating, repulsive, and objectionable to I hristian Ix Does all this sound irrational? Well. anti-Semitism USUall) rinse two men are so keyed up they've even formed an organization called the "Christian Voters and Buyers League" which ia'.ls for a boycott of food manufacturers who use the symbols for ka-hruth. The two men are a fallen star of radio, lit rbert W. (Wily Butterworth. and an Atlanta attorney. .lames R. Veiiablc. who has managed to be associated with both the Ku Klux Klan and the Black Muslims. He serves as counsel of a Southern unit of the Muslims; his association with the Klan and other hate groups goes back a long while and it is on his property at Stone Mountain that the Klan holds its annual public speaking and cross-burning exercises. Venable is listed as president, and Butterworth as secretary of an organization calling itself the Defensive Legion of Registered Americans, of P.O. Box 57. Decatur. Ga. The Defensive I succeed in trievision it v. as easier to blame the Jews. 1 h. Thunderbolt.' published in Birmingham by the r., I S itional States Rights Party, offers the standard anti-Semitic "(Butterworth) discovered that it was impossible to sell a new TV show idea to the networks unless you were a Jew. It was to get an announcer's job working for the Jews but to prod, direct > <>ur own show was impossible W'allv Butterworth rel M i t<> workon the regular Jew-owned daily TV program, He t Strong native American stock and would never bow to Jew c In 1061, Butterworth went to Tuscaloosa \!.< to become a ated with Hubert Shclton. Imperial Wizard of thi I'nited R I America Butterworth served the Klan I ...r and p latinos director" and als,, publish., dits weekly hate shea Pier) Cross Early in 1962 he went to Atlanta to live in .' in abl< SI me Mountain home PARADl Of HATE SPEAKERS •JUHEN VENABLE AND Butt.•rum th 01 the Def gion in April, 1862, their first project w. effort to act the convention of the National Association tor the tdvai of Colored People, .scheduled to b heULin Atlanta in July. IButterworth started a fifteen minute a day broadcast on an V Ml radio station, attacking Negroes, ••non-Christ!,,: • and Lou I Catholic officials. His -logan was •White Men. We are Going to Take Back Our i ountry from Negroes and Non-Christians." Th? station canceled the program after two weeks and Butterworth recently brought Mil against it on grounds of breach of contract. The Defensive Legion also organized a "Parade of PatriotWi ok" — a week-long series of meeting sscheduled to be held at th. Vet< erans of Foreign Wars Hall at Stone Mountain at the same timi thai the NAACP was meeting in Atlanta's Municipal Auditorium. However, the national office of the VFW directed the k>cal Stone Mountain Post to cancel use of the hall by the Defensive Legion or fac revocation of its charter. The local VFW post compiled: thlive Legion as forced to hold its meetings at James Venable pasture at the base of stone Mountain. The parade ol speak rs *ai niainlv anti Negro and anti Semitic. The boycott of kosher products was their n. \t project lite label „t the Christian Voters and Bu\. u B tterwortn made two long-playing records to further th. kashj ruth one was "Kosher Pood Blackmail of American Hous %  % %  on one side; "Ho* to li. hv.r the Knockout Punch to Federal on the other The second record features "United V tions L'N SCO and S.v m )ur ]> ubhc Schools," and "Negro trine and Disease m the tinted States.



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Friday. December 28. 1962 Je*istfk>ridt warn JMitzvalt Barry frietlophr Bennett Glaticr Elliot Messing i Norman N Shapiro will <>f. ,ii the Bar Mitzvah of El• Messing "ii Saturday morning, -'. :it Beth David Congrega • llliot ithe son of Mr. and Mrs Messing. 1U' is an eighth student ;it Kinlucli Junior -. hool A straight A studi laj clarinet in the school clpatcd In (ho era luation exeri iscs Hi' will continue ith his religious studies. Mr. and Mrs Jacobson will be hi -• al Kiddush on Saturdaj morning following the Bar Mitz\ ;ili s< n ice Mr. and Mrs. Messing will be .it ;i Kiddush in hi-, honor Peter Jacobson pie Judea in Coral Gables be the site of the Bar MitzI Peter Jacobson on Saturdaj rning, Dec. 29. with Rabbi Mor IIM.H Podet officiating r ithe son of Mr and Mrs • Jacobson, 1243 Catalonia. v ighth grade student al Ponce d< Leon Junior High, he plays pet in the school hand r is a recant graduate of the e Hebrew School, an.l partiJoel Davidow Bar Mitzi ah ol Joel Mark D ividow u II be held on Saturday morning, Dec 29, %  ith Rabbi Norman V Shapiro officiating .it Beth David Congregation Jot I .the son of Mr and Mrs. He is „n eighth %  radc studi nl at Ponce Junior School, and plays in the school band, Coin-collecting, baseball, and sailing are inclu led among his hobbies Following the service, Mr, Mr-. Davidow •it Kiddush, and ill honor their son '." %  services Robert Schwartz Dr lr\ in L< rman w ill officiate al the Bar Mil; ROOK rt, son i • Mr and Mrs Edward Si • i, al Temple %  i-EI Robi %  eighth grade I student .it Nautilus Junior High, led in sports. He ill b honori d al ;i reception White Elephant Sale : B'nai I I p.m., al the Conxrcs B 650 N'E \ Miami A v\hit< the pro gram, Il proceeds '-'" ; I he orj anizaMrs Joseph Samuels was in atiun. CATERING TO SKOAL PARTIES fit*fc AND ORGANIZATIONS OUR SPECIALTY! CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER S.mno Steoks, Chops, Seofood and Baby Back Ribs Hickory Broiled Cocktail Hour Daily 4 to 6 Complimentary Hors D Oeuvres LUNCH SERVED DAILY from 85c TOM TUltS, Owner HINY NIYLE, Maitre d' MORRIS PIKfN, MfT. 3622 Coral Way PHone HI 4-2979 Victor Bidone's SPICIM lliil.lll.Ai in Dining is A Tradition 1045 95th Street Bay Harbor Island RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 in the Algiers Hotel, following the worship service. Barry Friedopfer Bar Mitzvah of Barry Friedopfer will be celebrated on Saturday morning, Dec. 29, at Temple Emanu-El, v ith Dr. Irving Lehrman official i Barry is the son o| Mr. and Mrs. William Friedopfer An eighth %  : '•'' ; t Ida \i. Fisher • High hr is in the school h nd and secretary n| his class 1 ,;lur ''it' ude swimi 'I music. "'' will al a reception in Ihe Algii: Hod roll service. Bennett Glazier Bar Mitzvah ol Benneti Glazier will take place during Saturday morning n ices, !)•, %  29, -it Beth Torah Congre.iation. Rabbi Max l ipschitz • ill 1 rflclate. Bennett is the ?on 1 f Mr. and Mrs, Nathan s Glazier. 1990 NE lOTtli Tcr No Miami ISeach. He is an %  • ghth grade student al North Miami Beach Junior High School an I treasurer ol the AudioVisual Cluh there Page SrE ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Est. 1939 Your Hast Chos. J. ValentiAlo/fr* D'Hofl Chas. Reynard KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co Owner &*$) r tiW\ POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT I AND GARDENS | AMERICA'S NEWESI, MOST FABULOUS OWING WOW PLACE Opera Guild Tickets on Sale Burdinc-s ticket office of ,he floor of Burdinc's, will be ftp opera Guild of Miami opened this from to a.m. until 5 p.m., Mond week for the purchase of tickets ""'""-'' Saturday. for the Guild', two productions .„***•" Warring A,,,.:, Mnf: uu, nnn n .... „ ""' "c pellornvd Jan. L'l and Manor and Madama Butteral Dade County Vuditorium, a, The office, located on .he Ihird K," 23 iU al Bca h Audit< ^-*Qs OPEN EVERY NIGHT f) 1 MIAMI BEACH'S / SMARTEST RESTAURANT 9561 East Bay Harbor Drive Reservations: Vincent UN 5-5766 MEMBER Anerlcai EIITIM, Dinars' CM. Carte Blanche •JWL& flpdt RESTAURANT Miami's only rmmtaunrnt tpocialiiir g in I ARABIC AND ORIENTAL FOODS Factoring o/so IUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS • Free Parking • Air Conditioned • Beer Wines, Champagne 524 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-9181 MIAMI, FLA. NICK & ANTOINETTE'S RESTAURANT Cucina Casalmga "Real Kalian iioaiv Cooking" • WINE and BEER • FREE PARKING 1624 N.E. 1st Court Phone FR 1-9375 (Between N.E. 1st Ave. & 2nH Ave., North of 16th St.) 5tl v nq D.nly from S p.n v 0 \v o E • 1; v Open 4 P.M. 'Til Midnight Ciro 's Miami's Alcwesf and Mast Intimate Dining Room f INCOMPARABLE ITALIAN CUISINE STEAKS • CHOPS 5 Reservations Wl 5-8213 { 15090 Biscayne dlvcl. ALWAYS THl UNEXPECTED ... AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE LUNCHEON 11:30 3:00 P.M. DINNER 6:00 10:00 P.M. RAY UHKATI.KY 2880 FLORIDA AVE. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P.M. (CLOSED MONDAY DON ROBINSON HI 4-3045 (1 Block Off Grand Ave. Near P.O.)



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Friday. December 1962 ''•JewistFhsldrten Page 5-B ISRAEL CAVALCADE OF STARS 1963 PR ESENTING THE GREATEST PERFORMERS OF ISRAEL IN AN EVENING A "^1^^ 0F "SRAELI. INTERNATIONAL AND CLASSICAL V* ENTERTAINMENT ITAMAR • *• ISRAEL'S SENSATIONAL TENOR NUMBER I ON THE ISRAEL HIT PARADE iV *t* •' l t SEUUZOHAI ISRAEL'S NEWEST SINGING SENSATION ACCLAIMED AT CARNEGIE HALL V" ISRAEL'S FAMED YEMENITE DANCE TEAM NEHEMIA SHARABI ********************************** TRIO SHALOM FLUTIST SABRA CHALIL PLAYER FOUR AYALONS ISRAEL' S NO. 1 RECORDING ARTISTS SONGS, HUMOR, SATIRE OF ISRAEL TODAY RECENTLY ON ED SULLIVAN SHOW NOTED SABRA SINGERS OF RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL FAME M : 6 fS P %  • HY SANDS M.C. ...< i iV V BROADWAY'S FAVORITE HUMORIST Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday, Dec. TICKETS OH SALE Ah & 30 PM 30 • MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM OFFICE 1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach • S-IRMANS TICKET AGENCY I65S Collins Avenue, Miami Beach CORDELIAS STATIONERY 15 West Flagler, Downtown M.ami f 7IONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA n^O Wash.ng.on Ave., Suite 311, M.am, Beach PRICE SCALE: PATRONS ORCHESTRA DRESS CIRCLE FRONT BALCONY BALCONY S25.00 $5.00 & 3.50 $5.00 & 3.50 S2.50 SI.50 JE 2-7922 JE 1-5213



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Friday. December 28. 19G2 *Jmtefi fhrMtom Page ll-E FOU-* AYALONS WILL HIGHLIGHT CAVALCADE OF STARS. TRIO SHALOM AMONG FEATURE ACTS HERE SUNDAY. Top Israel Acts and Performers Slated At Cavalcade of Stars Here Sunday Despite his sparkling enthusiasm for Dade Count} 's exciting project, Dr. [rvin E Mi -' %  [he >nsibilit> 1 i Lati \ 'ii. r c in rounti ies thai build and furnish expensive exhibitions al a titni h -n they desi" ratelj need ever) available) peso for int< rnal devel irment. Dr. Mu>kat, who is spi a r heading the realization oi Interama, spoken with I'M SI I nt Ken nedj and several State DepartVeteran Zionist, Author Dead NEW YORK (JTAI Dr. Simon Bernstein, prominent author, si holar and veteran / in ist. died here this week at the age ol 80 He ivas : on Hebrew poi trj "i the Middle Ei %  nor ol nun rous irks • 11 11 P C t. %  I'ol l"i of E II H i I He became i-crc'ary of the Central Committee c st 0 burg Russia %  i %  D > 1'Ik. %  1922. P • ti *o an outo:i Dr Herzl and In.' orks He v as thi lu translati Herzl's "Judenstaat" nun Yiddish. men! officials about financing the i xhibitions ol some South American countries either through Alliance for Progress or the foreign aid program. "How can we expect a country in erect a SI.000,000 building In Miami when itnun people are underfed?" he asks. This inisi one of the dilemmas that Dr. Muskat is trying lo solve as clearing and dredging approach the final stages on the vast Interama site In spite of the difficulties ol developing and promoting this multi-million dollar exhibition, you begin to feel that the job is In good hands when you hear Dr, Mnskat talk about it. Recipiei t of a Doctor's di in Chemistrj from the University ni Chicago, Dr. Muskat has built .i i. reer in c hi micals %  d Kmon i ores of exl ra-curhh ass %  •i arch. He is called ir to hi %  II i El Scror Prog cial institutions in Florida. Th significance "t his appon -r is contained in the foil win. He > a Cuban refugee Hi, %  imar is onlj fail though he expre sel clearl) He wai hired nui montl i o as a trainei bi %  ipposed in be a I o-yei ork and studj Hi starting salarj was about fiv per cenl ol his wei ly eai hi:: he was in Cuba. Holtz i27 years old. In II. vana. he quickly built a sui • iiii Ii w practi( i prior to the Ca: tro regime The impn ssi< i a sets he left there must be h ar king. "The en am alu aj risi ti th top ni the milk." In Miam Holtz was promoted so quickl because ol his brilliant ability determination and high manner, That's what cream ima Ic of. August Charity Attorney Michael Shoreha; taken particular interest in thpli.ht ol unwed mothers an fathers, win n he describes peopli an th ed and ih ii ation they have sun ei easj in se hy he bi %  I in them. It's imposs • ible, • N'al poii 1. I ople i CB Yci:th Confab Slates Sssskers I he Four Ayalons v .11 highlight i ,i\ alcade ol l*racl S ars to be presei I al Miami h An liti rium PI day i 6 30 p m by Ih.Mi ami Districts ol the Zi I Oi %  zal ol \m< ri< a Each the ZOA Mia i.< %  \ im, for i In : i at< tars • rmi: %  %  The Four Ayaloni ap%  % %  on th E.-. Si in Show and irtists • comact on the f Is1BRAMS. II \ U %  | FIDLER %  I F. M MEYER. I l',i M N TH AL -• %  RO i %  K Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL MIAMI S EkClHSlVi llHHUHXtMl I AM) COMMUNITY VAUSUIlnV .,-..o M0 1-7693 rt M Ami sored b> 'I he Miami Herald. % %  ill speaker al the Florida State B'nai p. 'nil, > i ntion Dec. 27 to 31 at Camp Owaissa Bauer, Naran. ja. Fla. The | rogram for the convi I i • % %  .ill have for its theme "Jewish Ethics in World and Life Situaw itli specific regard to nanresponsibility to man in ;he lighl ol current tensions in I events. Another est speaker will be the Rc\ Edward G aham, ol the Ml Zion i rch, who will the nt of' ,l the %  i I .: B'rith v. • % %  • isor and Install n< B nai B'rith Gir ol the convention ai Ki Friedman, aleph godol t: AZA, and Bonnie Frankel, pres. dent ol B'nai B'rith Girls. •••ntion coordinators a r i Mitchell Porn..and Linda Slatei LEGAL NOTICE NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW r is HKKKliT (1IVKN th;..n. il, ill Kim %  %  :. ... %  • • Itfven 11* i! i %  |.. s.i-:. i • Ih I :. • k • %  irtiiil IOER • H> South Miami Trayc! Service Your Travel Pc CALL 661-8529 5864 SUNSET DRIVE So. Miami BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY U.d.r strict Sup-rv,,,.< Ih. Orthod.. %  F rU Hihni Dr lac H. E^rr, Dlr.etoi 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS C L ALL D.ETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDING, moon* louvmtNT i fumsmNGS-Ji^ooijmoiH^ 310 f,liAw. Ph. JE 2 GREETINGS!! Smith ll;iiiii! Shop GRINDING SERVICE 231 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3-2509 TWIX CITY GLASS CD. 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Friday. December 28, 1962 +JenistincrMiar Page 3-B (ft At a Pjoneer Women s Club Golda Me.r celeMeyerhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schirf. Mr. and brc ion Dec. 16 at the Dupont Plaza are (eft Mr.. Abe Shoher. Mr. and Mrs. lack Victor to :.ght) Mr. and Mrs. William Adelstone, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fox. The couples ana Mrs. Dave MatasofsKy Mr. and Mrs. Mileach marked their fiflieth-or-over weddinq anchell Dine. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Snvder, Mr. niversariea at the celebration, and Mrs. Isadore Rudo. Mr. and Mrs. Max MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH 163rd ST. • FT. IAUDERDALE WEST PAIM BEACH BEAUTIFUL NEW DADEIAND n .. New Kosher FOOCI Antiques Show Slated Here Product Revealed Hebrew National Kosher Pood Product! of NCA York scores with their newest fosher food porduct, Hebrew National Stuffed Cabbage %  hi'h comes packed food good' /i l portioi m a u 1 %  •<>/. jar, and i irtified to be kosher by Rabbi in.11 Altusky, of New York. Nothing but the finest Kosher beef, ph' s felected cabbage leaves and the best ingredients, are used in the manufacture "f this product. Using two portions to a full din ncr will cost the housewife less than 35c per dinner, which >al mo-t the price to the housev if• ol i le raw Ingredients alone, without taking into consideration all the work that must he done to make this pro.iuit Hcbre* National 'luffed cabbage ian be bought at Food Pair Stores, Ste\ena Markets. Grand I'nion stor 1 -. Grandway Discount Centers Thrifty Supermarket on Minn! Beach. Washington Avenue : IHVI Center on Miami Beach, and hi r stores throughout the area. Brwin it Stern Associates, ;S0 N'w 32nd Ct., Miami, are repcsentatives for Hebrew National tosher Fond products in this area Miami's 22nd annual antiques the '. and sail : %  • sch< duled for F % %  7 t" 10 in Bayfront Park Auditor linn Mrs. Ethel Mac Bocdy, ol Cleveland, i manager of the show. I to 11 p.m. The Zonta Club ol Greater .Miami will entertain al a tea from :; :;o to ."> p.m., on Saturday, Feb. 9, for patrons at the >'w\\. Young Adults Slate Party Here Young Adult Friends of Israel will be hosts lo single young adults of Greater Miami between the ages of Lii and 35 at their first annual New Year's Eve party at Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Hob Sehcinwald, president of the ^ afis. has appointed Paula Sernaker an l Fred flonigman as chairmen of the affair, The party will start at HI p.m and is open to Hie public. There will he dancing and a show, featuring the comedian. Mousey Powell. A midnight buffet dinner iplanned. Also serving on the committee are Mark Nankin, Rachel Reznick, June Snkoloff, Stanle> Karp. Miriam Roshelle. Marilyn Friedman and Donald Kaplan, 11 Couples Mark Anniversaries Annual Chanuka celebration of Pioneer Women. Golda Meir club, was held Sunday evening, Dec. 16. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Musical pro-ram featured Rose By rum. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual loader of the Israelite ('enter, was guest speaker. Mrs. Abraham Seltzer was chairman of the evening's program. Mrs. Marion Meyer presented the invocation. Stellar attraction of the evening was the celebration by 11 couples of their SOth-and-OVCr wedding anniversaries. Two specially decorated tables featured gold as their setting theme to mark the iccasion. Temple Zamora In 'Welcome 1 "Welcome Home" will be the theme of services at Temple Zamora on Friday evening. Speaking from the pulpit will be Mclvin Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. lack Rubin. 341H SW 16th Ter.. a IJnivcrsilJ ol Miami student. At services Saturday morning, Hill Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman, 3310 Granada Blvd.. a student at the Hebrew \cadem> and former Temple Zamora student, will conduct the entire sen ice, TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Burgman Supply Co., Inc. TRACTOR PARTS & SERVICE 1053 E. 41st STREET HIALEAH, FLA. Ph. 681-0511 GREETINGS DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY TOWMOTOR GERLINGER—The-Onc Man-Gang FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS TRACTORS ACCESSORIES 5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami Ph. 696-3652 Charles L. Waters, Res.: PLaxa 90867 To All Greetings DRIVERS DISPATCH, INC. Screen & Furnish Drivers for Truckers 3916 NW 37th AVENUE Ph. NE 3-6038 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES MABIE-BELL COMPANY MO-SAI PRECAST FACING ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE PRODUCTS 3601 N.W. 74th Street OX 1-26-31 MIAMI SANATORIUM AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE • FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCH! ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITATION • A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS • PRIVATE ROOMS • RATES ARE FLEXIBLE • CAPACITY LIMITED 7331 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL COLLINS GARAGE -M-HOUR WRECKER AND MECHANICAL SERVICI NW 7.h AVE -Ph PI 4-J591 "5 SW 2nd ST.-Ph. FR J.730T



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?ag S-3 +Jenisi> HcrkHar Friday. December 28. 1962 ;iOP£NC5 rVOMAN OF THE WEEK rencc Mrs Meyer A i Baskin is from Minneapolis S*ie he University ol Minnesota, but everywhere she has i las taken a few more licks and pats, as she puts it. of edu>n the way home from a Hadassah convention in New York stopped ut in Washington, D.C., and was offered a job which ie take. A feu months later, on the arrival of a telegram at testing her service, she went to Washington and under the New Deal worked for the Agriculture Adjustment Administration. Later, she worked for the National Youth Administration, or the most cherished organizations of the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. It was at this time that Florence met Mike out of college, working in the I S. Patent Office. Sht \>a> also chosen to work on the woman's advisory committee for the Worlds Fair Johnny was born after the) were married and living in New York When World War II broke out. they moved to Chiwhere Mike was al the Universil go with the Manhattan Project It was verj hush-hush. He went to work in civilian clothe.-, but wore a uniform socially. Their Cathj was born in Chicag When the war ended, the) moved to Miami, where Marc was born, it looks as it they'rt hire to stay. During the childrenears. Florence worked in PT \ a: :•.: %  .. M. ith c mmunity work, .-he has done her share in National : Jewish W< • ter Miami Jewish Federation. Brandeis N. • o's Committee, Bureau of Jewish Educati i nd --h Vocational Service, among others. Since Mike, as a chomeer from MIT. found a parallel ir.tere-t in Techmon. Israel's I Tx hnology, Florence in her own home helped lound the Division of American Techmon Society. •hough Florence lends a helping hand, she liketo do small little ways, and lets her husband take the major roles. She being at his side in his \aried community interests is a major oh u itself Presently, he's president of the Harvard Club. Both • "\ taking courses at the university—the current one being (ion study group on world politics. Europe, with and without the children, cruises, and seeing America >een part of their travel program, and they are always plan. for another trip Crisp, decisive Florence is just as much at home -. J foreign country or American hotel as she is in her own living SO JOSTON BAKED BEANS >road As were flying at the home of Irene and Irving Fell. belonged there but the host and hostess, who were not Boslooians, Irene had invited all the people she knew from Boston, who DOW each other. Among guests were Ruth and Harold Druker nd >a and Sam Rat-off. Ruth and Melba discovered that they had ived the same street in Boston as children. Other guests were • Mrs. Harold Schulman and Pauline and Charles Leff—they •i St. Loui*. but their son went to Harvard. The dinner was ackie Kennedy's Whil House favorites, with the exception of %  —a huge 19th wedding anniversary cake in honor ot the %  =RCiV SAGS TO RICHES Bennett belted out his songs at the Miami Beach Auditorium. r I '.. audience loved him. He came out in an overcoat, contrary. Hank Meyer's opinion of the weather In the audience were nd Jack Courshon, Irma (Mr.Saul) Herman. Dr. and Mr-. ckles. Kath) and James Levy. Shirley and Marvin Rauzin. d Bernard Selevan, and Helen Shevach € :—' O'CLOCK DINNER ails ar.d dinner at the home of Marilyn an I Harry Smith in snita Barteli and Bennett Lifter, who were to be married on of December, was ver) gay. Marilyn wore a long ho ed plaid tigntl) belted. Amon c ests • • Judy and Paul • its and Henry Weiss, Dr. Leonard and Gail Silverman, Dolores • Wilson, Adele and Richard Rubin. Jud) and Tom Girard, •i and Bernie Mandler. Everyone teased the bridal couple want tn go on a honeymoon where there is snov so that • .irn to -ki A PLCASANT EVENING •ad of having her Tuesday club in the afternoon where it be. of:;-idys CMrs Jacki Fineberg had them in the evening with then %  •.. • for dinner Alter the delicious lemon merangue pie. the) settled down to their mah y Dgg tame, and the men played gin In ad iitam the Finebergs, the club includes Barbara and Marvin Brown, Millie Bl d Stanley Wa-man. Dotty and Henry Morris, and Josie and Lta^uu i .-j.ieckauf. Susan Warren, Ivan Marleaux Say Vows Here in a double ring candlelight ceremony on Wednesday, Dee L'fi. Miss SUSan Warren Ix-eamr the bride ol Ivan .Marleaux at the Seville Hotel Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at the 7 o'clock rites The bride itne dauglti r i : Mr. and MrAlvin Warren. 8341 Ba) Dr.. Miami Beach The .room, of E Ba) Harbor Dr is the son Of Mrs Minn Marleaux Ni M lyw< d Mrs Marleaux selectngth traditional wedf pi tie and alem fi aturin g a high back, fitted I" ice ol alencon lace over de sole, long sleeves to a wrist point, and bouffant skirl exU tiding :nt i .i chapel train Her elbow-length French illusion veil fell from a wreath of pearls She carried orchids and lily-of-the-valley on her confirmation Bible. Bride.-m.vron was Mrs Herbert Rephan. Maid • : hoi for her sister was M -Jo-Ann Warren. Bridesmai R o ber I a Waller, Can I K" tzk and Barl \\ am • bride The former Miss W • ia grs luati of Miami Bi ach H s m .-/ SEASONS GREETINGS S A V E R N S TAYSTEE BAKERY Under New Management TO GET ACQUAINTED WE ARE FEATURING FOR THE WEEK OF DEC. 28 JAN. 4 HOME EAKED CHAllE 25c Each with Purchase WATCH OUR DAILY SPECIAL .' %  T v TKT TATS CAKES, PASTRIES. ROLLS, BAGELS, RYE BREAD OUR SPEC/A1 n WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES MAO.' Ti ) ORDER T**50 Washington Ave., M.B. JE 8-4793 Ardmore H8S. IVAN MABKAUX Ie The couple are apending then honeymoon in Nassau and I hi • • %  urn. thev will n ake their home m Baj Harbor Island In N.Y. Cerem Miss Eluabetn WetZler. Of Mr and MrSan 11 <; Icr. Jr. of Deal. N.J : Til at noon Sunda) Dei :. Allen Brooks Shevach, Randolph Shevach. ol \l .,: %  .;; lc i and the late Dr Shi The ceremony was ; by Dr Aaron Lefkowitz sailles Suite at Hoti I st New York, A wedd followed the cercmonv The bride was escorti (,,. lather She Wore a I ol ivory satm fashioni jewel neckline and h The -"ft floating froni court train wenat) narrow latin bell MrShevach's attei Al r Mrs. Joshua Sirkin. of SI burg, F!a matron ol r hi: -i-ter. Mi-Constance W< i Deal, maid of bonoi M, Fileen Shevach, of \i bridesmaid. MrShi'v.H h Btt< n ..iiCollege ot the i North Carolina, and :, %  •• .it M.mmoiith Collev The groom was Joshua Sirkin, ol SI Pi i tat man, and ushers ard Robins, of Miami Richard tnseU, oi Alii I N j lie was graduated honors from Johns H • v t r-it' w hire he w.ii Phi Beta Kappa He the Slate I i,iver-it> ol '• Y it Dow ntown Medical Centi Greens to Live In Opc-lockc S > i Bettj Inn Gaines and Stephen Edwin Green will live at 15450 \\\ th A\e Opa locks, Fla after return home from a honey%  The couple exchanged we'd vows on Monday, Dee 24. at WestCoUBtr] Club Rabbi Herbi : Brooks officiated at the 6 3o o'clock ceremonv. The bride ithe daughter of Mr. Julius Gaines ar.d Mrs Bdora Gaines. of 29ut Brickell, Ave. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Sol M Green, 6221 SW 65th Ave Maid of honor was MisCarol Mae Green. Bridesmaids included Sherry Knoiver. Linda Boral, Bon. nie Prankel, and Michele Lmch For her vveddirg, the bride chose a white satin gown enhanced with pearl beading lw> ice Border of the -kirt featured .. train Her double pe.r ol triple layi rs of illu Best man tor his son w M Green Ushers include I aid Gaines. Ira Burns, .-v Kaplan, and Dr Bob Kaplu New lv wed MrGreen Bit' Dade County Junior Colleg< huaand attended the I'niver Miami, and is presently a st at Dade County Junior Colh Reception followed the care %  Westt lew. %  Agudath Israel Celebration Agudath Israel Hebrew Ins'itote and itaffiliatewill celebrate Chanuka at a lunction S i'\ ening w. •. %  K MKS. SJCPHtN CRUN { < SIS WILLENS Cordially invites yoi< to see DECOR IN PAPER F!\E PERSONALIZED STATIONERY & INV TATIONS for tvery occasion R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 anytime YEAR END SALE 10% to 50% OFF on ALL ITEMS IN STOCK Dec :7th thru Dec. 29th J odd s 2164 Ponce de Leon Blvd at Alhambra Circle Co-.il Gables. 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Friday. December 28. 1962 SAYINGS OF FATHERS Ahoth. Chapter III ... 3 R. Chananya. the ton of Tarad>diJ. 1/ iwo (11 together and rchtxiffi no worth c'f Ti>rjli. \ ,;re j Hireling j >, ,.[j, ,> img whom it (1 said The godly said. Tfcen ihrv rlut ;-,.! tdc Lord spake ""< %  11 "'1 t/if • mnl tlir Lord hearkened and ,:-J, and .1 hoe^ 0/ rmembcrencc ivritrcn before him. for them fr.:'rd file Lind. .1,1,1 ,|| at •hi i.rcn hll \.iim\n]c tlir citure rtMMei me to draw this •<-..< %  in respect t" tn,• persons: -1 Mfl it he declared that 1/ e\en person tf.iiiF.ii.lv occupies '.1 u ith th Friday on the eye of the last day of the Festival ol Lights, annual ce bration of the victory of the Maccabees over Antiochus and the GraeSyrians. Sabbath services wiU follow on Saturday in synaeogt I throughout the Greater Miami area. • %  Q ucstioH n >v By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX are kindled at home only in the evening while they are kindled in the synagogue burn at the evening and morning .ervices? Kindling the liy'Hs implies the t of •publicizing the miracle" lights of the ancient temple for which the oil lasted eight days instead of the natural span of one %  '.!> At home, especially today. r the evening hours during which the family is present and jhli to witness the lights. Furre, the sages claim "of what s .1 light in the daytime," im^King that a light in Ihe daytime lardly noticed, whereas a light (' nisht is obvious. This is all true n the home, in the synagogue the assemble in the morning • -ill as the evening and thus ndles arc lit In the morning 1 well as in the synagogue, the llallei Psaims are reluring the morning in the gue and it was felt that the should be lit during the >n of these Psalms since be) .ire recited to commemorate trade which irepresented ly '.he candles. v. 1 '. is the Biblical portion in the Book of Numbers describing 'he dedication of the Tabernacle in the wilderness read every morning of the Chanuka week in the synagogue? Tradition has it that the Taberwas completed on the 25th K. lev (the date of Chanuka I, ten though it was not formal!) until the first of Nissan Chanuka is actually the 1 (the) Dedication of [he when the Maccabcans re: it and purified it 1 the lion "f the dedication of 1; .n ie nt old makes .1 fit lion for the scripture read the week of the festival 0. JOitPH R. NAROT need for planning By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Temple Israel Many Of us never cease lu be ""I"'' I with the differeno in spirit which are so very evident between the secular New Year's celebration and the hallowed Jewish New Year's observance. The first tcnd> to he a spirit of hilarity and abandonment; the second is one ol deep reverence and concern, On the secular New Year, we may read of accidents caused by drunken drivers On our religious New Year, we reflecl on the inspiring fact that virtual!) over) Jew hears within him the call of his heritage and, however awkwardly or self-consciously, answers that call, It would be well, indeed, if more of the seriousness of thought that characterizes Rosh ilashona would be infused into the atmosphere that surrounds Jan. 1 This would, then, be one more muchneeded opportunity for mankind to consider the responsibility it faci in theTorid S,r008then lh h0Pe ""' PeaCC '"'' V,,l m and ""' justlce If this were done, more nun would apply to human affairs the sic nificanl point of the story our Torah tells us this Sabbath Tinof course is the story of the seven years of plenty that were to be "fol-' lowed by the seven years of want, and of how Joseph helped Pharaoh' avert the disaster that might have otherwise struck Egypt. If the need for intelligent planning and human anticipation of suf-; taring is taught to us by this Biblical episode, how much more does it show us the urgent need for action when hunger and satiety ignorance and knowledge, and freedom and slavery exist side hv-side in the same community, in the same land, in the same world. As Jews, as Americans, and as citizens of the world, we must strive to do all we can to contribute to such human conduct that the sorrow will not always follow upon the pleasantness in bitter and endless succession. To name a few, we must help the Combined Jewish Appeal, not only to reach its goal, but to advance to that fulfillment of need and responsibility which ought rightly be ours as a large sector of Jewish life. We must encourage our community to be and become a source of security and equality of opportunity for (he Negro and the Cuban, the refugee, as well as for Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic life. We should encourage our country and the United Nations to help avert years of deprivation and oppression by making n possible for all nations to share the possessions and the blessings All tinw( must do as we step across the threshold of another year in the life of mankind—a life which is often filled with trial, but "also laden with possibility. ; "VGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever. I rldaj S; Hi nnd s p.m. s. rnx I lie S..III -titles ||„. ,\i „ ,., ., i,,., H i ; -i I"'-. Siitiinlns in H m. •**• %  '' %  "Chanuka Candle Apix-nl BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro Cantor William W. Lioson. Krldaj S:13 p.m. Colleee Homeeom:| i' •" %  ft speakers; Ann i in i n'•ii.nil. nn COIII-RO, l itiwburKh: [Main Kam r. nn Son.Cnlverslt) victor Flshmnn, I'nii.-rHn ,,f Miami; Chnrli.Ri III (Jooi ula Ti oh, Snturaaj :• n in liar Mltayah: Joel, Bon ol Mr. ami Mm. Nathan Davidow; lillott, nun "i Mr. and Mm, Max Mi •inx. •• — BETH EL. 500 SW i/in ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Fi Idaj '• : "• |i in Sntui cluv s 30 i in. SVrnion: "Keep ill. b'lamvu lliirning." BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. C.intor Hyman Fine. Krhla> s.|-, p.m. Sermon: "The Jewi-h M 'tin i and 'luinuka Sal irdio i in. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. I Ida> '• .'• |i.m. Satin >'n can tell ivheti J ool speak In grinds much and produces liti slim OM \l 1 MMll-> i /; .ill du :.,( .\.'j/i i flood, the seed ua. saved. 1 -II !• BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I li.i.u li:l"i p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "When .Ml the Candles arc l.i % %  Kile, son Mome. if Mi .... i Mrs. Ri TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlla -,t Hail, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reco..structionist. Rar.i.r Morria Sk.i. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Hrldny 8:13 p.m. Hernton "Thi .. That Ri ally Matter." Saturday, IS 0 .in. Hermon: "Another New \< II ol Mr, BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max i: ii: Mltrviih: [Tanlel Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Jji-g, Burton Yagoda. Friday 8:13 pin. Mrs. Joaepll Ram— • — lain, prefideitl of SlFterliood, t.. hnn TEMPLE BETH SKO-.OM. 4144 Cha BreotliiB*. Sermon: "Blinded In the ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronls-. Sun." Saturdaj 9:43 a.m. Sermon: Cantsr David Conviser. • %  l h Llshi Rtdlng Away." l-'ri.l;i> 8:13 P.rn, College liom in;. Sermon: "Should Students P • fj? L t J', 9 S k r c ? llelnata in Political Movemfeat • thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. s „, „,,.,, ,„,-, ., „,. I; |: M IZV lrldn> speelnl rhnnuka aervlee 3:t3jsentt, son "f -Mr. and Mm. I ; red Sh %  P.m. Satuixla.v %  ::. %  a.m. Sermon: |don: Jon, aon "i Dr and lis. f.udo' it "ri"!..! i s from nr Pretending Wagner. Frit mis." — • — — •— 'TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waihlr !BETH TORAH. 1o4tn s\. ana NE 11th ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi trwl J ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipLehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen— •baum. KVfday y : :: p.m. Homeeominct servlee. Sermon: "Colleare Homevomlng \\ii> are So Man> Parents and iMilldn-n Ineompntllile?" Itas Mii/.v.ih: An i i, daughti r o( Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Si. inl..i t. Satunla) 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Mlehael, son of Mr. andIJIri, TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo a •• Sliiiil.-\ Mill, i ; Itennett, son or Mr. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morde ll Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brow I .1 .\ 8:13 p.in Singing -. btj snturdi i !"::'.n Bur Mitzvah: Pet Mi. and Mrs. -W ert Jaoob> u TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th s-. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Nar .-. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Cai T< mple .'f rnderstandlnu Sue d -i Today's World?" if Mr. ii ml Mrs. Jnek ll.-ll. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. MirT'H^ a bbi „ Samuel Apr "Cant0r TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th rft. Gershon Levin. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abra Prlda> >:'" i'.in. Sermon: rhe li owitz cantor Edward Klein. ih, House. Bas Mitzvah: El_ l M 1 Mi.. I .... I.I • jle, daughter of Mi and Mm. David TEMPLE NER JAMIU. 80th st "' Satunla> v!, a.in. Tat(lm Waterway Modern T -/I new LJotn' ^— rongrcgations SAM GOtOSTflN Temple Israel In ;ill its fortj years of exisl enee. ihe clear and unique character "t Temple Israel h.ibeen the same. The clarit) has been in its philosophj and program, which have been consistently runted in Judaism, The uniqueni ss ,iii in the human fa c I o r. which has always included nun iiiul women from ever) area and section ol the community. So il was when the handful of families gathered fom decades lo i. uiiu Ihe c< n i| is todaj when, in its l 350 families, mon lhan 50 percent M, i, Mdi nts ol Miami Beach from South Beach lo Ba> Harbor, and i-crj an a from Hollywood i" H Tins has obviousb me.mi thai to the members ol Temple Israel conviction is more important than ideas more relevant than proximitj Cosmopol itan in its population though rem pie Israel is. il is still homogene ous in us definition of what Reform Judaism means, and in its understanding of what Reform Ju ilaisni expects "I them The lait) of T< mple Israel has not only gth in the Tun pie itself The; have also lenl leadership and inspiration to e\ %  r\ worth) Jev ish and communal cause The Tempi' s rabbinic leadership has lik< vise been in tensely devoted to Reform Juda,s,„ and at the same tirn. ren.ed with manj other significanl Interesti ol Jewrj and the coun Li DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richt;r. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. I rldns I %  p.m. Sermon: "A NV Keast of Ivdleallon." Satunlay 8:SH a.m. Bar Mltatvah: Steven, son "i \i HI, i Mrs. Murray Ignal. — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Hill [ prepared in %  Spiritual Leaders of I A %  -\ \ i ii'srmrz if>r :ii i' The importance ol Temple Islo its member; is nol only ilitics main • .. i ne facilities: nol onlj thai il conducts a religious school, courses of study in adull e location a Sisterhood and Brotherhood, ;iwell as Youth am — almost all congregations can boast of these things. What is significanl to its members is thai without fanfare or apology, clearl) and unmistakably, the use In which the facilities are put and the content which is infused into the program arc attuned to the concepts of Reform Judaism Sam A Goldstein presently ser. president of Temple Israel ni Great* r Miami, Dr Joseph H is spiritual Ii ader. Jacob Bornstein serves as c a n i or and rdueator Morris w Graff is assistant rabbi Edward Cohen is ad mmistrative director Dr Jacob Kaplan is rabbi emeritus. Mrs. %  iham i> president ol the hood Jesse t'asselhofl is i resident ol the Brotherhood, and Richard Pleischman heads the a*l T'ao,tion.il. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. C %  tor Saul H. Breeh. Friday S:lTi n.m. Coll -, Hori in^. Purtieipants: Honard Oeo Carrey, Miss Maxlne tlreenberffi Kl .ri .lay H'lltznian, Mi-Reba Shas I Kaplan, Miss.linliili Myrna I.in ,, Miss I-^ tinMarfcolles, Miaa Annabt Press, Mi-Marlem Itosenberr, M Fredlyn Kosenfeld. Broke it-'i.''Miaa KIN, n Selden, Howurd Jay 81 %  kowltx, Miss llonnie Tubin, a Charles Zalls. Quest speaker: Urn. Iiiiim s p.m. Ilomeromlng st rviee. I nn n ,,f Dr. and Mr-. Ben IJ. I H'T .nes, ,ii Bunsky, Jtmlor ^i ; ., "How Ms Jewish Kduoat iii^n Soli.ml: Jeffrey Strumpf, H:is Helped Mc "ii the rampu freshman l Binory: Rnd Marilyn bnabbat hosts: Mr and M Strauss, sophomore, Stetson Culveri.,.,,:Hirsh, in honor %  ( tneir '' • < %  ..iiiiiiii.iti.ni i I.,-eantora: unnlvei-sary. Saturda) 8:43 a.m. Iiavid l-rltm-h ami lirry Banaky. — • — eonfirmnllon eln TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAM. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Ral • i.. |ti n. ii rr> tloldinark, Bnrry Hush' M 11 eh ell Strumpf, Linda IYHMII, Miiruiu-ei Kminer, llarlce I .,:. ; I ..i v i ll II ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. ,, i %  p.m Si How We en Shalow.u. Cantor Maurice; Neu. 1 ? vi and Mrs Kurt Wolf Friday S:13 p.m. Bermon: "The US' X ,„..„ ,,| MI and Mrs. Ivun „ .„ TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. n n "i '••II' %  • 'I """-. Vttltudi ,,i l-oward I ;. ''• %  "'. Xl 'i' z :, M and Mra TEMPLE BETH*EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe T CANDLEUGHTING TIME 1 Tebet — 5:20 p.m. ni T



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+Jml$ti fhrMton <^L inn in sh yours, h Freeman nth newcomer m town, pure silk green dynast) •: mother, Mrs. Jack • .in w hite applique and and a Mark hat she :>ed up just before |ea\ tuse that morning Mrs ". eoba imart In a three lack wool outfit, the ittoned cleverly down .Hid the jacket a black check Mr; Rhoda I.evine in a red '1 a while jacket piped Mrs Ruth Gold in a white slim knit hite sweater ih.it was MrDaniel PIVI r I, with ., rod Melaine h.it ; knit rod sweater 1*/ E : the Temple's spiritual or. Annette i Mrs. Eulovitz, in a one-piece %  --. with j lace top blue feather hal Mrs (odd. lovel) in powder • with a matching hat more .ith a poem read on the ccasi 'd hoi -, ventieth birth Mrs. Edith Sanderson. Ti Levin, there with her Temr Emanul El P1 a j e r -. charr> j in a full-.-kirted urccn shfatl udtCX, with J touch of lace t'> collar and cuffs. Mrs. Uicbt • Glazier's soft pink knit .i t i stunningly by her gray hair ir-. Joseph White regal in royal blue satin Mrs. Sarah Hollalid in a brown and white print, and Mrs. Eugene J Schwar: in a gold knit. Mr Paul Wilson all in black •a. Louis Stallman chose ce over green with %  > %  • matched Mrs Aaron ore a beige wool enscm matching hat I • it; -i\ j ears %  go, mother ghter had worn matching (1 tho> did it agaii adorable in two : Is trimmed in rod. white '.. .. Mrs Joseph Steinberg • An. Martin Inner '. ck Shaw wore i ..o i with a long strin Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum Mr* Harry Hlynn in Kiut sheath, with a blue •o three-quarter-lenuth coat (0 match. Mrs Jack Horn a raw -ilk dress, with print jacket ... d matching purse. Mrs, Samuel Greenfield in a brown, white and turquoise silk print. while Mrs Shirley Goldman chose i right -non faille, with gold ac -%  ''' %  %  Mrs David Glass in white wool trimmed with orange. •"" I her daughter. Mrs Walter Nemeroff, in beige brocade QEAUVILLE Hotel was the site ol receni Lif< -Giver mi el ing ol Ihc Women'Auxiliary ol the J< • i-h Home for the Aged. Bvrtha Mrs David) Phillips chose white kmt with orange. Fayi Mrs Jack i Ablin in a two Id mesh dress, with a -old vi lour turban, Mollj Mrs Silverman chos< a gaj print dress an i .. white feathi r hat. Poll) \lrBaron dc Hirsch) Ij studj in br Trud) Hamerschlag, delighted the da) was cold, ch full-length stunning white lamb u ith brow n re crse i and cuffs Both Mrs Frances Entine and Mrs. .lack Ka!/man in bright green Hazel (Mrs, Irving) Cypen, just home from Israel, wearing a two piece gray knit with the chain watch she had brought back from Switzerland %  for her aughter, Bonnie hmm I Belle (Mrs. Irving) Lehrman in pale pink three-piece knit suit, with a pink and white-striped sweater and ascot. Mrs. Philip Thau, her white hair a vision in lavender. Mrs. Max iSrustcin in a two-piece blue linen dress, with a breath ol spring mink stole and two delightful dimples when she smiled Three smart-looking women in black: Mrs. Laurence Silverman, Mrs. .lack Morgenstcrn, and Mrs LoinMakovsky. M \ Henry Kaufman in green, with a black feather hal she made herself Mrs Pauline Belanofl in a blue print .jacket Mrs. Jennie Stillman in a bl.uk knit—her only ornament a diamond heart. Mrs Sarah k in a brown and blue-strip ed shirt maker; while Mrs Bartbold .1. Strauss chose a beige sheer u,l "l Iwo-pieci dress with : ape i skirt. M RS. Jack Schwartz and her sisti r, Mrs i harles Beatty, oking Italian kmtMrs K irman in winter white Mrs : j Fi iki Israeli Miss Horodner Weds Newsman M. delaine Susanne Horodner and Melvyn Harold Frishman were inarm d Sunday, Dee. 24 at the Roney Plaza Hotel Rabbi Simon April officiated. The bride, daughter ol Mrs. Philip Horodner. 1500 SW 82nd Ave., and the late Mr Philip 1 lil "''-. is a graduate ol Mi uni Senior High School, she was a member ol Sigma Delta Phi Com,. cil The "room, son ol Mrs Aesnath Jaj Frishman, 3550 Crystal View Cl.. Miami, is also a Miami Senior High School graduate. He is i rocntly a senior at the Lmiver sitj oi Miami, where he ia |ourn ali.-in major. The groom is a member ol Omicron Delta Kappa and Alpha Si* ma Epsilon, honor societies, He si e itor ol the Hurricane and pasl president oi student Sigma Delta Chi, national journalism socictj He iemployed as a copy r at the Miami New-. The couple met at Miami High School, where the groom was editor of the Time.-. Two years later. the bride assumed the same posiAttending the bride was her cousin. Miss Renee Berger. ol Bayride, Long Island Besl man was AI a n Frishman, the -room's brother. l-herwere Richard Horn Iner, Lowell Horodner, Gerrj Liss, Dave Goodman, Dave Steinburg and Leonard Tool Page 7-B Singers in Concert The first open-air conceit of I their tenth season, consisting of traditional and modern songs in commemoration of Chanuka, was. given by the Miami Beach Comi munity Singers under the direction of Ben Yoemen on Monday evening, I 7 p.m.. at the North Shore Community Center, 71th St. and Collins Ave Santiago, Lubin Exchange Vows .loan Lubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henrj L. Lubin. of 220 SW 68th Ave., was to be married Thursday. Dec 27. at Westbrooke Country Club to Jose Santiago, ol San Juan. P.R Miss Lubin attended the University of Florida, and ia graduate of the Walsh School of Court Reporting in Miami. The groom attended Citadel Military Academy at North Carolina. Rabbi Richard Leviton. of Ft. Lauderdale, was to perform the ceremony. MRS. MftVVN fRISHMAN Miss Marcia Fa k Weds Sam Levy Congregation Yehudah Moshe was the -cine of the marriage beiween Miss Marcia Bernice Falk and Sam Levy on Monday, Dec. 24. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz officiated. The bride Is the daughter ol Mrs. Jean Falk, 7717 Byron Ave.. Miami Beach, and the late Abraham Falk The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Levy, of Knoxville, Tenn, Maid Oi honor for her Sister was Miss Ellen Falk. Michael Levy served a.best man tor his brother. The bride chose a cocktail-length gown of white chiffon, and earned white orchid-. Newly wed Mrs. Levy is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and Dade County Dental Research Clinic. Her husband attended the University of Tennessee. Reception ami dinner followed the wedding at the Carillon Hotel. The couple are motoring through Florida, and will live at 2033 NE 168th St.. No. Miami Beach, follow in.' their honeymoon. Lipsons Reveal Gail's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Bernard Lipson, or 5828 Alton IM Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gail Harriet, to Steven Michael Wolf, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wolf, of Oak Park. Mich. The bride-elect attended Miami Beach High School and is now a. junior in secondary English education at Eastern Michigan University. Her fiance is also attending; Eastern Michigan University as a. prc-deiiti.-lry student A wedding <\.<\t: has not yet beent announced red and white knit, with ornamentfrom Greece. Mr-. Edward Broidy'S black kmt dre-s and jacket highlighted b\ an unusual diamond butterfly print. Mrs Jacob Mindlin chose royal blue, with a round neckline and soft-pleate I -kin. 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Pag 10-B 9-JmistttcrkHar Friday, Dec will -till recall his gorgeous spot m N'cw Jersey, just %  ton Bridge Uso at 'I %  p. t -. the Alan Sanders, ., chairman ol Sai Ira 'l, 11 I (losmetics. % % %  wh< practn i ginated Dixieland jarz (he wasl : I v rel rns ti I u Miami Spun;Villas' Carriage Club with his band >n Jan NIGHT AND DAY: With New Year Eve jus) a tew days off, there's no end t.. the variety ol "live" entertainment to make the big night ol celebration a memorable one Price-wise you'll gel the ba I your new Year's Eve-going life at the Peppermint Lounge, where you'll see three shows for the price at ore Another block-buster bargain for New Year's celebrants iPatsy's Place where Pats) Ab mtl put! on the greatest one women show you'll ever sec here or -New here. All original material, every line created b) Patsy herself, and lelivered with showmanship-plus. Full course dinnerplus tremendous showand dancing all night, arc included in the set prat quoted by the hotellor the eve of seeing the old .'ear out. The incomparable Shelley Berman and SOOStreSS Joann.c Sommers are the stag • highlights at the Diplomat. The delighrful My-on Cohen and fast-stepping Juliet Prowse will help make the 1W3 welkin ring for revelers at the Deauville Casanova Room. What a show for real laughs and dancing talent! There's another fine package at the Seville, Gene Baylos and Esther Sutherland, for one night only, on New Years Eve. Included in the fixed price .• 1 full course -teak dinner. The Conquistador It lorn at the Doral will feature continuous dancing from '.n p m. on. Sel price full course dinner includes steak and fai Still time to make New Year's reservations tor a wonderful full course kosher dinner and show at Lombardy's Crystal Boom. Drink aet-ups provided at no chai Rabbi Stern Attends Confab Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, (his *ctk returned from New York, where he attended the biennial conference of the Union of Ortho i'. •. Jev i-h Congregations of the United stateand Canada. At the convention, Habbi Stern i." ge : the Union "to set up an ol self-representation in matters affecting world Jewish problems and not to resort to the existing defense agencies, which fail to voice Torah information." while in New York, Rabbi Stern was also guest speaker before the Rabbinical Seminary of America Honored at the Mesitva Chaim Berlin function was Nathan Kevel son. newly-elected national president, and father of Steven Kevel son, son-in-law of Rabbi Stern. Mortimer May To Speak Here Next meeting of the weekly Miiam Beach Zionist District Lunch eon Club will take place on Wednesday noon. Guest speaker will be Mortimer May. past national president of the Zionist Organization of America, and honorary life president of the Southeast Region ot the ZOA. May, who has recently completed 15 study tours of Israel, has also made studies of the leading Jewish communities of the world within the pa.-t three years. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will present a current events report, and there will also be community singing. Rabbi Shapiro on Television Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spinj tual leader of Beth David Congre gation. will be guest speaker on the Jewish Worship Hour this Sun-1 day, 1030 a.m.. over WLBW. SHERATON SHERATON-KINGSTON HOTEL Business Is a pleasure here in lively Kingston! %  All air-conditioned %  Balconied guest rooms %  Garden swimming pool %  Family Plan %  Confirmed room-and-rate reservations. Just call your travel agent or nearest Sheraton Hotel %  Single rooms from SW.50.BlnMiamicall 379-6454 te$* s ELECTRIC GIASS BOTTOM BOATS Alcn Bates and June Richie in a scene from "A Kind of Loving," which opens Tuesday. New Year's Day, at Wometco's Mayfair, Sunset and Noimandie Art Theatres. PIKE isisos. A SO.\ Motor Tune-Up Wrecker Service Upholstering Paint Work Frame Work Brakes Relmed 35 NE 29th STREET Ph. FR 9-1693 It Is Our Pleasure to Extend Holiday Greetings Shortening Corporation! of Florida 7360 NW 35th AVENUE OX 1-8100 Happy Holidays to All GENUINE BEARING BABBITTING SERVICE MARINE SHIP AUTOMC /E 24 Hour Call FR 1-3060 Factory Precision Machined 635 N.E. 1st AVENUE MIAMI, FUJ TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS GIL'S GRILL SPECIALTY-KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN "AT ITS BEST" TAKE OUT ORDERS 3701 NE 2nd AVENUE Ph. 759-9394 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FABCO SHEET METAL PRODUCTS 3681 NW 47th STREET Ph. 633-6009 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Us Electric Motor Repairs REPAIR REWIND REBUILD SERVICE Ph. 374-5838 1652 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FA HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL FASHION EMBROIDERY & STITCHING 127 N.W. 2nd STREET FR 4-6552 JACK SOMBERG. President BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLID-' MACK'S CYCLE SHOP Schwinn Bikes Repairs, Sales Power la* n Mowe 6720 S.W. 62nd AVENUE Phone MO 1-83*1 HAPPr" CHANUKA GREETIN DENMARK'S ART & STONE CO 12351 N.W. 7h AVENUE NORTH MIAMI M U 1 6641 IRVING J. DENW CHANUKA GREETINGS Phone JE 8-4475 ECONOMY RENT A CAR SERVICE, INC NO HIDDEN FEES NO GIMMIC825 FIFTH STREET Ml*/.'' BIAC*



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} idcry, December 28, 1962 >Jmisti fhriitor Pctje S-A Celebrated Poet Leivick Dead at 74 Dr. Irving Lehrman 'left center) and Milt Fcinstein (right center! meet with co-chairmen Marcia Cohen and Mike Telson and their committee to plan the weekly youth breakfast a:id service at Temple Emanu-El. Committee includes Dale Herman. Jeff Blum, Ronnie Deblinger, Robert Flam. Trudy Gertler. Ed Greenwald, Richard Melker. Stan Muravchick and Gerald Nash. Supreme Court to Study Sabbatarian Compensation Co."tinued from Page 1-A w is thus plainly an aid t<> or anized n ligion. bringing in heel nyone who violates ih< religious •cruples of the majority by -cck._ Ins salvation not through organized religion i>"t on Ins own." lustice l)ouila> wrote in ins dissent. in a series of rulings ::i May 1961. ic v.iprcnu('unit upheld Sunday losing lawagainsl the contention that they violated the church•liit-' constitutional separation prin ripU Tho majorit] hold that the I. vv ere not to aid religion imt t" assure everyone a day of rest. Justice Douglas dissented then. In lulatest disent ho asked "by what authority can government compel one person not to work on Sunda) because Ihc majority of the populace diem Sunda) to be a Uolj Day?" FOR OTHER OBITUARIES NEW YORK (JTA) — H. Leivick, considered by mo-t literary critics the world's foremost Yiddish poet, died here Sunday after a long illness two days before he would have celebrated his 74th birthday. Horn Leivick Halper, on December 25, IHKR. in Igumcn, Russia, he came t<> the United States in 1913. after escaping from Czarisl exile in Siberia. Mr. Lcivick's outstanding work, "The Golem." a dramatic poem based on the legend of the Maharal of Prague, is considered one of the greatest works in Modern Yiddish literature. It was translated into Hebrew and was produced by the Habima Theater of Moscow for the lust tune in 1927. In his youth, Leivick studied for the rabbinate in the yeshiveth of Berezino and Minsk. Later he joined the Itund, the Jewish revolutionary movement in Russia, and came into contact with Yiddish literature for the first time, In 1906, he was sentenced to four years' imprisonment for his revolutionary activities, but managed to smuggle his writings out of his cell. These were published in the Zeitgeist of New York in 1907. Arrested again in 1912, he was sent by the Czarist au. SEC. %  BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. I'IBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigon Ae., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 IttablUked 1931 Hem* Owtd Hem* Operate* 1 TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Soft. Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "Th SJcjii of Good Housekeeping' COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK \ WLL F R 7-1411/ • r.ater Mloal't Ifffe* llIM**** H. LEIVfCK thorities into lifetime exile in Siberia. He escaped, however, and came to the United States. Mr. Leivick wrote numerous poems and dramas which were published both in the United States and abroad. In 1936. he joined the editorial board of the New York Day-Jewish Journal. In 1951, be became associated with Zukumft. a Yiddish literary monthly, which he edited prior to his illness. He was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Hebrew Letter! the Jewish Theological S* miaa • of New York in 1958 as weD as the P. Hoffer Prize for excellence 'i Yiddish literature in 195iJid tha Lmiis La Mod Prize I": ;indi work in Yiddish poetry ': 7W6. Klutznick Quits UN Envoy Post Continued from Pag 'J-*. Mr. Kennedy last fl! that he would have to retire from the delegation •'•r personal and business rsons." Mr. Klutznick, fonr.tr national president of B'nai B'rith and former general chairman ol the I'm:-. u Jew. ish Appeal, has beer. chiefly as tiie Americas representative to the UN Economic and Social v President Kennedy wrote "I am disappointed to see you leave the Mission.' H I fr pressed "warm appreciation" for Mr. Klutznick's services, and accepted the resignation "with regret." felfcU&S: Rabbi Malavsky Seen Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, was seen on "The Jewish Workshop Hour la t Sunday. 10:30 a m.. in a special c'hainika presentation, Participating with Rabbi Malavsky was the Israelite Center Religious School Junior Choir under direction of Mrs. Ray Bern Dade Federal Savings hasS convenient offices to serve Dade County ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th ST. r1 SEE US FOR LOW COST HOME FINANCING To Buy, Sell, Build, Refinance or tor Home Improvements Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL€ & Qtetmct Co. 37 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUN I \ • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. r % %  EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN OFFICE # 101 E.FLAGLER STREET NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. 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r CUMing the Temple Menorah Sisterhood word Kaufer, Mr*. Herzl Honor Mrs Herbert NW Year's Eve party Monday, 9:30 p.m.. are Kaplan. Mrs. Rav Morse. Sisterhood president left to right) Mrs. Hyman Bergad. Mrs. Edand Mrs. Rose Shavinsky. ike 1JU. oman s World "eJewislti Floridian V.TTTii. Florida. Friday. December 28, 1962 New Year's Eve At Ner Tamid • i xl and Men's Cub ol [ IT Tamid are jointij wring their >i\th annual New \\ E\c party. affair w ill be held on Mon[ it..;, in Sklar Auditorium oi the Ii lr. Co-chairmen are Mrs tta t ine and Mrs Carlton I ncbeon v ill be served al Jit Mr-. Murraj \. Shaw esident of the Sisterhood, Regent i* president of the u. riub. Section B Phi Sigs Will Party Sunday l • Sigma Smma Alumnae Chap tor ul Greater Miami Mill hold its hi tiday bruoch Sunday. II in., in the Biscayne Tcr I lotel. T'. brunch affords an opp all Miami alumnae. a< lives .i tes, i" mi i i %  -:111 riu Sigs nil here I speaker "ill %  Miss Bar luate of !'>.• I'm'i Miami, vvhi i • e was • %  : Beta Theta I lapter i aduate schw I 1 1 '• jit) (olio* !."•_ .1 field secretary for Phi ^ ma Leader Heard At Tifereth A illiarri Dtckaon presid 'nl da Branch ol the Na League ol the \in t ea, was • aki r at a m inthh meel S i rl i : remple Jacob on Wedni day : i bow itz. \ ice pr w 1 and means for ih' .'id Mrs. Diekson pre %  usaion ol the national he attended in N< Virginia Gerity, president of the Opeia Guild, and chairman of the Opera Ball Committee, at a recent luncheon. Mrs. Alfred H. Daniels, Mrs. Walter Pierce and Mrs. Leoncrd Jacobson go over plans for the Opera Ball, which will be held on Jan. 25 at the Fontaineblecu Hotel. n J by ISABEL GROVE Nat'l. Executive Here To Plan Luncheon For Mrs. Grossinger \ i unch al the home i i Mr-. Popick, ;,!:,o \\ Bay Rd Mi! .'ini Beach, conducted Sami i 1 Simorhoff. pr I • Ihe G Miami W %  • -• 11. An : lean Friends i i He brew University, intro m rj ,i: -. Anne Sabo Peshkin, national live director ol the won tn group. Mrs Popick .hospitality chairman. Urs Peshkin, who jusl arrived l:om New York to help complete preparations for the "Woman of lliv Year" award luncheon honoring Mrs, Jennie Grossinger ;it the Eden Roc Hotel here on Friday afternoon, .inn. n. explained the programming of the gala gathering. She announced that a special reception honoring patrons of the luncheon and Mrs. Grossinger will precede the Jan. 11 luncheon. Time schedule will be announced later, she said. Mrs. Peshkin said that a large delegation ol division representatives from New York City. Philadelphia and Westchestcr were planning tc arrive for the luncheon, which will be conducted by Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. of the local committee. The New York State group will be led by Mrs. Abraham r. Wechsler, civic leader and art pa:ron. and Mrs. Leonard Shankman, representing the Westchcster group. She also said that many friends i'. Mrs. Grossinger were planning to aid the new Jennie Grossinger Library Endowment Fund at Hebrew University. Theme of the luncheon is "Women—Pacesetters for World Peace." Secretary oi Stale fur Florida. Tom Vdams. will speak. Renowned opera star BlancheThebom, will sin::. and Mrs. L. .1 McCaffrey, clubwoman, will present Mrs. Grossinger with the Award. Socia Club Chanuka Party Miami Friendlj Social Club was to held a Chanuka party Thur IJ 7 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation. I.I ding traditional C h a nuka rii King wa to be Abe Sej al, Choir includes Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Sherman, Max Frankel. Sam Levin. Mrs. Ben Katz. Mrs, Goldie Garshag, Mrs Sam Sarkin. Mrs. Lillian Silver. Mrs. Lena Rowner, Mrs. Y Shullman, and Mrs .Minnie Stiegliti Chairman ol refreshments was to be Mrs. N. Broff. Co-chairmen ,.i the function were Mrs. Lillian Silver and Mrs. Lena Keller. Max Garshag is president oi the club. MRS. ANNt PESHKIN Arts League Elects Officers Annual installation dh • a concert of the Miami Beach .'Juand Arts League wa. In Saturday in the Imperial R" Roney Plaza Hotel. Count] Conmissioner Charles Hall acted • %  master of ceremonies. Miss Nancy Griffin, former c< • certmaster of the All-Miami You Symphony Orchestra, was rec k-nt of the League's annual mu: scholarship presented at the d ner. Officers installed wen G Bta Freeman, president; Don:Dr< : %  el. Louis Siegel, Bertha H. Web vice presidents; William Greene, executive secretary; Lilli;.:". Bak .• and Ruth Freeman, secretaries. Directors include Esther Barrett, Irving Billig, Dr. Louis A. Bunir.. W Murray Frankfurt, Joseph L Goodman, Chuck Hall, Louis lb • •i. Lillian Kessler. Alici Kwartin. Dr. Bernard Kwarti i \v Malek, Kenneth Ok*, Jerry Rosenthal, Marian Spear an Aicla Ya-lo. Zamora Ladies Temple Zamora Sisterhi hi uled a candlelighting c< • br lion ol Chanuka on Sunda;. %  p.i" Children of the religious sell" i participated. tttion, Kirsch, vice pre* i |e oi culture and edu< 1 M nled the program. It will bi tails i nighl al the : Mr and Mrs. Louis August, 60 Sam ma D Ba> Heights Pn be honored arc Miss Linda and Sherman Jack Levine, whii re planning to be married in April Linda is arriving fur •rom Orlando, Fla .,.l„ re sh. lives with her pan \1, ani MrEli Prank Mr and Mr* Ubcrt M SW 1st SI M v I V II Rabbi Eu en. l sP' rl tual leadei ol n mi i Ni '•'"' ld ofl for .i len-da> oing lion up North, where hell officat. "' "" nieci and al r vc as officer for his nephew. Rabbi Phillip LaboxiU. of Baltimore Md recently appointed spiritual %  ol Ihc Montefiore Hebrew i, cation Ihere Mtcr a visit with his parentIn Pittsburgh, Pa he'll return home judge and Mrs Marvin Eng. |, friends thai they'll host their i:th annual ope" House Sew Year's Eve, starting al in \ddress is BO60 S< remac iinl \m rmal invil I being issued The Englander tradition start' a birthda> celebration for the C0U pl es oldest daughter, Nicki. born Dec 31 exactlj 17 years .., year even! has an %  isl it'll mark the rccenl birth ol the Englander a Hfth daughti Chanelle, bort %  < 1 ">''"' Continued on Pge4_B His Excellency Abraham Darom. Israel's Envoy to the United Nations is seen with Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor. q rend marshail. of the Ambassadors Boll held Saturday nig* S! fontainebleau Hotel. The event ^^^£**£ drive for 1962. and was atten dee ry more than 1.000 F e--5



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