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The Jewish Floridian ( November 22, 1963 )

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
:e 36 Number 47
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 22, 1963
Two Sections Price 21
ennedy Hits Amendment to Cut Egypt Aid
LOUIS MARSHALL AWARD WINKER
oldberg Flays USSR
istreatment of Jews;
"alls for 'Rights Court'
JEW YOKK Establish- tion cf all who believe in the dig-
II an International Court of nit\ ol man to protest the denial
p. Rights, to enforee the "ea-lof human rights whenevei or
I civil rights" "I the Timer wherever it occurs "
I ation "i Human Rights Justice Goldberg stressed the
. L'nited Nations was urged mistreatment of Jews in the Soviet
. k by Associate Justice Ar- yimm BS a graphic case in point.
i Goldberg, of the United ,| emphasized that evidence ol
- line Court.
Says Rider Would Hurt
Our Foreign Assistance
Program in Middle East
WASHINGTON(JTA)President Kennedy stepped into the Sen.
Stale Department debate over terminating aid to Egypt this week wit r
B denunciation of the proposal and a warning that it might prod
results the opposite of those intended.
- ir iIoldberg spoke before
educators, scholars and lead
i American business and la
I i when he and nine other
communal h aders receiv
annual Louis Marshall
I at a dinner conducted by
[National Patrons Society of
The* logical Seminary
Earlier In the day,
ne Court Justice receiv-
honorary degree from the
i, irj
Swlaring that the u~imple-
n'ed Universal Declaration of
->an Rights "amounts only to
[ manifesto, a statement of
lit and not binding law," Jut-
Goldberg said that, "sadly
ugh," the United States and
er Western nations had been
liance with Communist bloc
[irtries in objecting to "the
ng up of international ma-
nery for implementation on
untenable grounds that this
ild tend to undermine the
eereignty and independence of
Ites."
Continued on Page 11 A
JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBtRG
Mizrachi Requests Soviet
OK Russian Jewish Study
Referring to a clause approved
by both the House and Senate in
the current Foreign Aid Bill, the
President cited at his press con-
ference the unfavorable repercus-
sions ol the L'nited States decision
in 1056 to cancel aid to the Egyp-
tian Aswam Dam project.
He said 80 percent of the Uni-
ted States aid to Egypt was in
surplus food. Calling Egypt a
poor and proud country, he said
he did not think the wording of
the amendment strengthened the
United States in dealing with
Egypt. He stressed that he did
not think such "threats" would
bring about the desired result.
LONG BEACH. NY (JTA)-
An appeal to the Soviet Govern-
ment to permit a representative
l>ody of American Jewish leaders
to conduct an "untettereJ" study
of the general conditions of Rus-
sian Jewry was voiced here this
week by Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh-
blum, president of the Religious
Zionists of America.
He told the RZA 54th annual
convention that Soviet authorities
had denied repeated and wide-
spread charges of "religious and
cultural genocide" and that only a
fact-finding group, allowed to
spend a month in the USSR with-
out interference, could report
ots before the Israeli Consulate
in New York, which he called
"shameful." He ur^ed all Is-
raelis to resolve religious dis-
putes peacefully and to ask the
Israel Government "to elevate
religious tenets in the running
of the Sa*e."
U.S. Attacks
Arab Leader
For Statement
UNITED NATIONS -- i JTA'
The United States openly accused
Ahmed Shukairy. spokesman lor
the Palestine Arab Delegation."
this week of making 'many mis-
statements." Israel and other
delegations have frequently charg-
The President admitted concern ed Shukairy with distortions but
over the slow withdrawal of Egyp- the United state- has avoided
tian troops from Yemen and said such comments,
he feared-greater tensions between ^ took n)OS, a
Egypt and Saudi Arabia un ess ^ m ()|. ,,u. Assem.
that withdrawal was speeded up g Po,itit.;l, Committee
He made it clear he believed that ^ {m^ .^^ m(,., 0, ,t
if there were failures in the Mid- -.. s, t Th
die Last, as well as other areas.
------- Hut such requests, he added that the loreign aid restrictions ref siu.a,ion.
must be made within the frame- would be the cause. He called the
Continued on Page 2A
Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
objectively and reliably" on the
-aid the time is overdue" situation of Russian Jews.
>tablishmenl of the interna-
court, and that the absence He also condemned the recent
ourt increases the obliga- demonstrations staged by zeal-
Jabotinsky Remains Report
Denied by Herut Party
TEL AVIV i.ITA) The meanwhile for the first time pub
Herut Party issued an official de- lished an article calling for the
nial this week of press reports transfer. The article declared,
that Premier Levi Eshkol had that the Histadrut attitude toward
agreed to the transfer of the re- Jabotinsky may remain as it is,
mains Ol the late Zeev Jabotinsky but that the State should consid-
froni the United States to Israel, er the question in a factual and
The statement, issued after sev- realistic way and order the trans-
eral hours of party discussion, tei of the remains to Israel.
stressed that no Herut Party of-1 "Jabotinsky has von the right
filial had anv discussion on the: to be buried in Israel irrespective
subject with the Prime Minister, of whether there is a will or not.
, A similar denial was issued by The transfer of the remains would
\ \C(i ,jta> Dr. Maur- the significance of Jesus by point- ^ i.r(.n)lc,.s office It was ex- strengthen the feeling that all
\ Kisendrath. president of 'ins to the Jewish origins of Jesus ^ ^ ^ }k,n|t party had par(s of ,he nation are ,,:irt and
Union of American Hebrew T. *ZJEP decided not to raise the ^M^^?JJ5S'
un- one should not take into con-id
DEPLORES VIEW OF SCHOLARS
Change Firm Stand on Jesus,
hbbi Eisendrath Tells UAHC
Earlier in the week, the Unit-
ed States introduced a resolution
asking the Palestine Conciliation
Commission to continue its ef-
forts to resolve the problem pur-
suant to a 1948 resolution calling
for repatriation of the refugees
to Israel or payment of compen-
sation to them. The United
States draft said "with deep re-
gret" that no progress had been
Continued on Page 3-A
Argentine Chief
Vows Battle
On Prejudice
.i ewish scholars, had also based
Continued on Page 7-A
eassess and revise its atti-
l< toward Jesus and to inter-
It Jesus "as a positive and I
Iphelic spirit in the stream of I
isa tradition."
-nig the 47th biennial
|\ention of the Reform organi-
Dr. Eisendrath referred]
fact that the Catholic;
Teh's Ecumenical Council at' Cou'ncjj at the Vatican has started
Vatican has now begun to de- (|e>)aU, on the subject of ccumen-
BUENOS AIRES (JTA
President Arturo [Ilia told an ll-
man Jewish delegation this week
",", thai "in Government as in my pri-
lllf- ___ III. u_r___1 ..--;_ .u~ ..o.-o
article
t ? .^n?,! loss the Government raised the eration any political rift and < yalc ,jle be|orc j sustain the same
their teachings on the doctrines ^^ on ^ own jnj,iative fcrcnce of opinion." the article aUituie o( condemnation of anti-
The Histadrut daily, Davar. declared. Semitism."
The delegation members repre-
sented the seventh plenary ses-
sion of the South American execu-
tive of the World Jewish Con-
gress. President Illia promised
ROMF--The Ecumenical | eph Martin, of Rouen. France, and Two lines of objections were f|,J*l5SX?3
! was greeted by prolonged applause voiced by nine speakers in the ** 9mmmmmmj^ dele.
from the assembled prelates. The Councili as tnp debate got under atiol thollh ho expressed the
ovation, however, was interpreted
Ecumenical Debates Stand on Jews
not a one-way street." a"KV-cicTaccusation of deicide.
'Implored the fact that some The entire schema was presen
'h cholars have minimized'ted to the Council by Bishop Jos- ofJisus,
ovation, however, was interpreted vvay 0ne group of Fathers objee- n ,hat the occasions for their
as a personal tribute to Augustin tct| t0 inclusion of the Jewish qucs vimin wou|j be only "agreeable
Cardinal Bea. head of the Secre- tion jn ,ne schema. holding that unes
tariat for Promoting Christian (nc topic concerns the Catholic
Unity, who drew up the document, church relations with other Chris
including the chapter absolving the ,jan faiths and ,nal therefore, the
lews ot blame for the crucifixion
Continued on Page 6-A
He stressed that his Govern-
ment would respect human
Continued on Page 10-A



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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY :e 36 — Number 47 Miami. Florida, Friday, November 22, 1963 Two Sections — Price 21 ennedy Hits Amendment to Cut Egypt Aid LOUIS MARSHALL AWARD WINKER oldberg Flays USSR istreatment of Jews; "alls for 'Rights Court' JEW YOKK—— Establishtion cf all who believe in the digII an International Court of nit \ ol man to protest the denial p. Rights, to enforee the "ea-lof human rights whenevei or I civil rights" "I the Timer wherever it occurs I ation "i Human Rights Justice Goldberg stressed the L'nited Nations was urged mistreatment of Jews in the Soviet k by Associate Justice Ary imm BS a graphic case in point. i Goldberg, of the United ,„„| emphasized that evidence ol line Court. Says Rider Would Hurt Our Foreign Assistance Program in Middle East WASHINGTON—(JTA)—President Kennedy stepped into the Sen. Stale Department debate over terminating aid to Egypt this week wit r B denunciation of the proposal and a warning that it might prod results the opposite of those intended. %  ir iIoldberg spoke before educators, scholars and lead i American business and la I i when he and nine other communal h aders receiv annual Louis Marshall I at a dinner conducted by [National Patrons Society of The* logical Seminary Earlier In the day, ne Court Justice receivhonorary degree from the i, irj Swlaring that the u~implen'ed Universal Declaration of ->an Rights "amounts only to [ manifesto, a statement of lit and not binding law," JutGoldberg said that, "sadly ugh," the United States and er Western nations had been liance with Communist bloc [irtries in objecting to "the ng up of international manery for implementation on untenable grounds that this ild tend to undermine the eereignty and independence of Ites." Continued on Page 11 A JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBtRG Mizrachi Requests Soviet OK Russian Jewish Study Referring to a clause approved by both the House and Senate in the current Foreign Aid Bill, the President cited at his press conference the unfavorable repercussions ol the L'nited States decision in 1056 to cancel aid to the Egyptian Aswam Dam project. He said 80 percent of the United States aid to Egypt was in surplus food. Calling Egypt a poor and proud country, he said he did not think the wording of the amendment strengthened the United States in dealing with Egypt. He stressed that he did not think such "threats" would bring about the desired result. LONG BEACH. NY (JTA)An appeal to the Soviet Government to permit a representative l>ody of American Jewish leaders to conduct an "untettereJ" study of the general conditions of Russian Jewry was voiced here this week by Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of the Religious Zionists of America. He told the RZA 54th annual convention that Soviet authorities had denied repeated and widespread charges of "religious and cultural genocide" and that only a fact-finding group, allowed to spend a month in the USSR without interference, could report ots before the Israeli Consulate in New York, which he called "shameful." He ur^ed all Israelis to resolve religious disputes peacefully and to ask the Israel Government "to elevate religious tenets in the running of the Sa*e." U.S. Attacks Arab Leader For Statement UNITED NATIONS -i JTA' — The United States openly accused Ahmed Shukairy. spokesman lor the •Palestine Arab Delegation." this week of making 'many misstatements." Israel and other delegations have frequently chargThe President admitted concern ed Shukairy with distortions but over the slow withdrawal of Egypthe United statehas avoided tian troops from Yemen and said such comments, he feared-greater tensions between ^ took n)OS „, a Egypt and Saudi Arabia un ess ^ m ()| ,, u Assem that withdrawal was speeded up g Po itit ;l Committee He made it clear he believed that ^ {m ^ .^^ m( ,., 0 t if there were failures in the Mid. -.. s t Th „ die Last, as well as other areas. tablishmenl of the internacourt, and that the absence He also condemned the recent ourt increases the obligademonstrations staged by zealJabotinsky Remains Report Denied by Herut Party TEL AVIV — i.ITA) — The meanwhile for the first time pub Herut Party issued an official delished an article calling for the nial this week of press reports transfer. The article declared, that Premier Levi Eshkol had that the Histadrut attitude toward agreed to the transfer of the reJabotinsky may remain as it is, mains Ol the late Zeev Jabotinsky but that the State should considfroni the United States to Israel, er the question in a factual and The statement, issued after sevrealistic way and order the transeral hours of party discussion, tei of the remains to Israel. stressed that no Herut Party of-1 "Jabotinsky has von the right filial had anv discussion on the: to be buried in Israel irrespective subject with the Prime Minister, of whether there is a will or not. •„. A similar denial was issued by The transfer of the remains would \ \C(i ,JTA> Dr. Maurthe significance of Jesus by point^ i. r( n)lc ,. s office It was exstrengthen the feeling that all \ Kisendrath. president of 'ins to the Jewish origins of Jesus ^ ^ ^ }k n|t party had par(s of he nation are ,, :irt and Union of American Hebrew • T. !" *ZJEP£ decided not to raise the ^M^^?JJ5S' unone should not take into con-id DEPLORES VIEW OF SCHOLARS Change Firm Stand on Jesus, hbbi Eisendrath Tells UAHC Earlier in the week, the United States introduced a resolution asking the Palestine Conciliation Commission to continue its efforts to resolve the problem pursuant to a 1948 resolution calling for repatriation of the refugees to Israel or payment of compensation to them. The United States draft said "with deep regret" that no progress had been Continued on Page 3-A Argentine Chief Vows Battle On Prejudice i ewish scholars, had also based Continued on Page 7-A eassess and revise its attil< toward Jesus and to interIt Jesus "as a positive and I Iphelic spirit in the stream of I isa tradition." -nig the 47th biennial |\ention of the Reform organiDr. Eisendrath referred] fact that the Catholic; %  Teh's Ecumenical Council at' Cou nc jj at the Vatican has started Vatican has now begun to de( | e > )aU on the subject of ccumenBUENOS AIRES (JTA — President Arturo [Ilia told an llman Jewish delegation this week ",", thai "in Government as in my prilllfIII. u_r 1 „..-•-;_ .u~ ..o.-o article t ? .^n?,! loss the Government raised the eration any political rift and < yalc jle be|orc j sustain the same their teachings on the doctrines ^^ on ^ own jnj iative fcrcnce of opinion." the article aUituie o( condemnation of antiThe Histadrut daily, Davar. declared. Semitism." The delegation members represented the seventh plenary session of the South American executive of the World Jewish Congress. President Illia promised ROMF--The Ecumenical | eph Martin, of Rouen. France, and Two lines of objections were f | £ J* l 5SX?£3 was greeted by prolonged applause voiced by nine speakers in the **• 9mmmmmmj^ dele from the assembled prelates. The Councili as tnp debate got under „ atio l tholl „ h ho expressed the ovation, however, was interpreted Ecumenical Debates Stand on Jews not a one-way street." a K V-cicTaccusation of deicide. 'Implored the fact that some The entire schema was presen 'h cholars have minimized'ted to the Council by Bishop JosofJisus, ovation, however, was interpreted vvay 0ne group of Fathers objeen hat the occasions for their as a personal tribute to Augustin tct | t0 inclusion of the Jewish qucs vimin „ wou |j be only "agreeable Cardinal Bea. head of the Secretion jn ne sc hema. holding that unes •• tariat for Promoting Christian (nc topic concer ns the Catholic Unity, who drew up the document, church relations with other Chris including the chapter absolving the jan faiths and nal therefore, the lews ot blame for the crucifixion Continued on Page 6-A He stressed that his Government would respect human Continued on Page 10-A


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cJewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH mtKVf 36 — Number 47 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 22, 1963 Two Sections--Price 21 ennedy Hits Amendment to Cut Egypt Aid LOUIS MARSHALL AWARD WINNER 'oldberg Flays USSR listreatment of Jews; "alls for 'Rights Court' V yORK—(JTA)— Establishtion of all who believe in the dig.m International Court of nity of man to protest the denial Rights, to enforce the "esof human rights whenevei or civil rights" ol the Univerwherever it occurs." aration ol Human Rights Justice Goldberg stressed the led Nations was urged mistreatment ol Jews in the Soviet %  •; by Associate Justice Arlm0I1 .. s ., g rap hic case in point. Goldberg, of the United B nd emphasized that evidence of • me Court. iK-e Goldberg spoke before ilucators, scholars and lead i rican business and lai when he and nine other h communal leaders receiv annual Louis Marshall • a dinner conducted by Patrons Societj of i iei logical Seminary .i Earlier in the day. r Court Justice receivhonorary degree from the i >. declaring that the u-impleited Universal Declaration of nan Rights "amounts only to nanifesto, a statement of IK and not binding law," JusGoldberg said that, "sadly ugh," the United States and er Western nations had been lliance with Communist bloc ntries in objecting to "the ting up of international manery for implementation on untenable grounds that this Uld tend to undermine the le-eiqnty and independence of Ites." -.ud the time is overdue" shment of the interna' and that the absence "int "increases the obligaSays Rider Would Hurt Our Foreign Assistance Program in Middle East WASHINGTON—(JTA)—President Kennedy stepped into the Sen. State Department debate over terminating aid to Egypt this week wit a denunciation of the proposal and a warning that it might produce results the opposite of those intended. Continued on Page II A JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBERG Mizrachi Requests Soviet OK Russian Jewish Study LONG BEACH. NY (JTA)— An appeal to the Soviet Government to permit a representative body of American Jewish leaders to conduct an "unfettered" study of the general conditions of Russian Jewry was voiced here this week bv Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum. president of the Religious Zionists of America. He told the RZA 54th anm-al convention that Soviet authorities had denied repeated and widespread charges of "religious and cultural genocide" and that only a fact-finding group. allowed to spend a month in the USSR without interference, could report •objectively and reliably" on the situation of Russian Jews. ots before the Israeli Consulate in New York, which he called "shameful." He urged all Israelis to resolve religious disputes peacefully and to ask the Israel Government "to elevate religiov* tenets in the running of the •*•." Hut such requests, he added Referring to a clause approved by both the House and Senate in the current Foreign Aid Bill, the President cited at his press conference the unfavorable repercussions o! the L'nited States decision in 1956 to cancel aid to the Egyptian Aswam Dam project. He said 80 percent of the United States aid to Egypt was in surplus food. Calling Egypt a poor and proud country, he said he did not think the wording of the amendment strengthened the United States in dealing with Egypt. He stressed that he did not think such "threats" would bring about the desired result. The President admitted concern over the Blow withdrawal of Egyptian troops from Yemen and said he fearedgreater tensions between Egypt and Saudi Arabia unless that withdrawal was speeded up. He made it clear he believed that US Attacks Arab Leader For Statement UNITED NATIONS — iJTA The United states openly accused Ahmed Shukairy. spokesman for the "Palestine Arab Delegation." this week of making "many misstatements.*' Israel and other delegations have frequently charged Shukairy with distortions but the United States has avoided such comments. Shukairy took up most 01 a morning meeting of theAssembly's Special Political Committee He made it clear he hcneveci inai ^ § en ,, mv a „ al k mo ,, 0 lt if there were failures in the Mid._. %  .. • S|a ,„ s The die East, as well as other areas. that the foreign aid restrictions Hut such requests, he added tnai me loreign a.a res.r.cuur.s nf MU ation must be made within the framewould be the cause. He called the Continued on Page 2 A Continued on Pa.ge 5-A imed at the United States. The committee is considering the Arab He also condemned the recent demonstrations staged by iealJabotinsky Remains Report Denied by Herut Party DEPLORES VIEW OF SCHOLARS [hange Firm Stand on Jesus, hbbi Eisendrath Tells UAHC VGO — (JTAi — Dr. Maurthe significance of Jesus by pointreassess and revise its attitheir teachings on the doctrines toward Jesus and to mterJesus "as a positive and I Continued on Pa.ge 7-A I tic spirit in the stream of I i tradition." li.ic-sing the 47th biennial [urn Urn of the Reform organiDr. Eisendrath referred I 'be fact that the Catholic 1 •rcn's TEL AVIV — iJTA) — The meanwhile for the first time pubHerut Party issued an official delished an article calling for the mat this week of press reports transfer. The article declared that Premier Levi Eshkol had that the Histadrut attitude toward agreed to the transfer of the reJabotinsky may remain as it is. mains ol the late Zeev Jabotin.sky but that the State should consul from the United States to Israel, er the question in a [actual and The statement, issued after sevrealistic way and order'the transeral hours of party discussion, fer ol the remains to Is. i el stressed that no Herut Party of-< "Jabotinsky has von the right ficial had anv discussion on the to be buried in Israel irrespective subject with the Prime Minister, of whether there is a will or not. A. similar denial was issued by The transfer of the remains would the Premiers office. It was exstrengthen the feeling that all ion are part and and. therefore. ake into con-idstanding issue ui i" •> %  •> %  • -•• -••—~ — -*"" less the Government raised the eration any political rift ; matter on its own initiative. The Histadrut daily. Davar. declared. Earlier in the week, the United States introduced a resolution asking the Palestine Conciliation Commission to continue its efforts to resolve the problem pursuant to a 1948 resolution calling for repatriation of the refugees to Israel or payment of compensation to them. The United States draft said "with deep regret" that no progress had been Continued on Page 3-A : \i;o (JTA 1 — Dr. Maurme signuic.iiu.s> % %  = J %  (he premier's office It was exstrengtnen me i Eisendrath, president of ing to the Jewish origins of Jesus ^ (ha( ^ gemt par|y had par(s of |hc nati( Union of American Hebrew tMCl*fcp. Later Hebrew pi oph(m? ^ e (lf srae| %  a ton £ Xcd et wh0M W0, kS ."J C a U K 2 standing issue of the transfer unone should not t -auons. nas acivisen JCW ,. ho|ars had a | s0 ha.-ed ." „ „„ Qico ,, h „ .*.. .,„.. nnliii Argentine Chief Vows Battle On Prejudice BUENOS AIRES (JTA — President Arturo IIIia told an 11man Jewish delegation this week Lhat "In Government as in my prit and di vate |jlp be|orc j 5U8 tain the same ference of opinion. the article aMjtude of conde mnation of antiEcumenical Debates Stand on Jews Semitism." The delegation members represented the seventh plenary session of the South American executive of the World Jewish Congress. President Illia promised objections were the Jewish leaders that the doors of the Government House would always be open to the Jewish delegation, though he expressed the %  plored the fact that some scholars have minimized ted to the Council by Bishop Josof Jesus. 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iday. November 22. 1963 Jewish ffcrkfjan Page 5-fl. United Jewish Appeal Plans National Conference in Mew York from Dec. 6 to 8 I S: owing Samuel Gertner (far left) the poster announcing Mt. Sinai Hospital's Jubilee Ball which will honor him for 15 years of outstanding service as executive director are Mrs. Carl Baumann, Mrs. W. Stanley Weinkle and chairman of the affair, Leonard A. Wien. The function is scheauiea tor boc. it c! the Fontainebleau Hotel. Kennedy Hits Amendment To Cut U.S. Aid to Egypt Continued from Pa.ie 1A • r worst attack on foreign aid nee the start of the Marshall rlan. stressed that the President the responsibility in Foreign 5 and in maintaining the in %  • if this country abroad and hi COV'd not fulfill these responsibilities without a foreign aid suitable to his needs. Assert• I pied this program." he crit%  i| legislative restrictions lined bj Congress, including the lent aimed at F.gypt. ; in the week, Sen. Ernest ii ning. the Alaska Democrat sponsored the restrictive .nil in the Senate bill, re ... to stale Department criti|Ie told the Senate that the iv l'resident Nasser to re would he to cease a Ii said that the Senate "has moved to stop the aid if -;ci. ill finds there is B .7,, t L J\Lil r ZR, The Jewish Floridan: I'he Jewish Kloridian carries a report In which the head ol Roman Catholic Church was lo have informed a visiting i-li group that Christians and • -hare a common God. What these visitors thought or ri plied to these disarming words not told. On the surface, truth pi rmeates the Pope's statement. My Jewish teaching taught me the commandment: "I am the Lord thy God." Another of the '•' nmandments says. "Thou shalt have no other gods before Be." Elsewhere in our Book we read. "The Lord He is God there none else Him of Whom we -;. the Eternal Testament trumpets. Thou shalt call Me thy Father, and shalt not turn away from Me" (Jer. 3:19). How often is it reiterated. Other than He. there is hone else? No Jew is so unlettered or unknowing that the Pope is of a aith which has enlarged upon the unity of God to include "God the father, God the Son, and Got! the Holy GhOflt?" The God we share %  i th ihe great head of Christen dom, cannot for me, a Jew, be anyojte who was in life another Our position u Jewi in re 'Pert to Him Who alone is God "Hist be right. DAVID B. TRYPHO Miami Beach sion — and it is difficult to see how he can fail to find it.' The Senator said that Nasser could reestablish himself for aid by pulling his troops out of Yemen, stopping the military buildup "clearly designed" for aggression against Jordan and Israel, get his troos out of Aloeria and end "inflammatory broadcasts which preach assassination" of officials of nearby countries. Senate sources indicated that the White House might seek adoption of an amendment to amend the Senate tlause requiring the President to -rule that Nasser was neither engaging in aggression nor preparing for it if aid was to. be continued. The Administration was understood to feel that the restrictive amendment "tics the hands of the President" and would "drive Nasser toward Moscow." Another Administration belief is that the amendment might weaken present United States influence now ; believed to be working in "Cairo I to safeguard Israel." Chances of I upsetting the original amendment were regarded as slim, however By Special Report NEW YORK — Israel Ambassador to the United States Avraham Harman will join Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren, Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir and Former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett as a guest speaker at the United Jewish Appeal's 26th annual national conference Dec. 6 to 8 at the New York Hilton in New York City, it was announced by Joseph Mcyerhoff, UJA general chairman. Other key participants in the conference, which is expected to bring together a record size assembly of Jewish community representatives from every section of the country are: Edward M. M. Warburg and Dewey D. Stone. UJA honorary chairmen; Herbert A. Friedman, UJA executive vice chairman; William Rosenwald, Max Fisher, Isadore Breslau, Jack D. Wciler, Edward Ginsberg, Albert A. Levin, Melvin Dubinsky. and Israel D. Fink, all national chairmen of UJA: Dr. Abram L. Safchar, president of Brandeis University; t Charles H. Jordan, director-gener1 al for Overseas Operations, Joint Distribution Committee; Mrs. Israel D. Fink, chairman, UJA Na; tional Women's Divrsion; Alan Sanger. chairman, UJA Young Leadership Cabinet; Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman, Joint Distribution, Committee; Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chairman, Jewish Agency for Israel; Rabbi Morris Adler. chairman. UJA Rabbinical Advisory Committee; and Albeit Adelman. chairman, UJA Midwest Region Sharett, now chairman of t Jewish Agency for Israel. Jer salem. will address the openii plenary session Friday, Dec. Chief justice Warren, Foreign M ister Mrs. Meir, and Rabbi Frit man will be principal speakers .t the conference banquet session i I Sunday noon, Dec. 8. in the cl sing address. A highlight of the three-.: conference will be the session deligates devote to the discussion £ the 19G3 budgets of the major UJv supported agencies—the Unit. Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency f .c Israel, and the American Joint I) tribution Committee—in order determine the nationwide goal .1 the UJA in 1964. These budgets arc based on t :i projected needs of the large nu a ber of Jewish immigrants w ; are expected to enter Israel over the next 12 months, and the vat relief and rehabilitation prograr which must be conducted on Ihalf of 160.000 Jewish refugees i France, and in the distressed Je 1 ish communities of North Afri I and the Middle East. Or. Pushkin Returns Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, a nn iber of the Committee on Vocatii •al Guidance of the American C ;tometric Association, attended J conference of the committee I Boston, Mass.. last week. I Pushkin is chairman of the Vocational Guidance Committee of t Dac'.e Countv Optometric Assoc tion. Viceroy's got-the taste that's right! 1963. Blown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation


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lay, November 22, 1963 fJewlsti f/frlcUrMi Page 7-A Change Stand on Jesus, UAHC Told jbbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid ft), reports that the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Dinner of Trib.j on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel, honoring lurray A. Shaw, Temple president (right), is expected to be (one of the most memorable events in the history of the contegation." Continued from Pr.-.e 1-A propounded by earlier prophets, he .staled. "How long," he asked, "shall we continue pompously to aver that the chief contribution of Jesus was simply a rehash of all that has been said before by his Jewish arcestors? How long before v/e can admit that His influence was a beneficial one— rot only to the pagans but to the Jews of his time as well, and that only those who later tcok His name in vain profane His teaching?" "Needless to say, Jews never ] can and never will accept Jesus as the Messiah or as the Son of God," he stated. 'But, despite this constant reality, there is room for improved understanding and openness to change in interpreting Jesus as a positive and prophetic spirit in the stream of the Jewish tradition." He urged Jewish scholars to examine "our own statements, our own facts, our own interpretations of the significance cl the life of Jesus, the Jew." At the L'AIIC's General Assembly, charges were voiced by a Protestant theologian and by a rabbi that church and synagogue membership are often expanded at the expense of basic standards, and that leaders of both Christian churches and synagogues are chosen chiefly from among socially and economically prominent members. These criticisms were made by Dr. Franklin H. Littell, professor of church history at the University of Chicago and the Chicago Theological Seminary, ard Rabbi Albert S. Goldstein, of Temple Ohavei Shalom, Brookline, Mass. Liberal Judaism In Israel Today riant Menora'j 10 be Kindled It Testimonial he kindling of a giant Annirsary Menorah will be one of highlights of the Temple Ner Inij I Israel Dinner on Saturday ||hi at the Fontainebleau Hotel. t.,bbi K.ugene Labovitz. special I, r of Temple Ner Tamid, will ndiict the ceremony marking 15th anniversary of Israel's It.'hood. with leading members [the community and the congrekion taking part "aa symbolic hiii --ion of faith and solidarity Eh Israel." Puest of honor at the dinner Murray A. Shaw, president tinTemple. Leading the trir to Shaw and guest speaker the evening will be Gov. Thco|n R, McKeldin, ol Maryland. Heading the Dinner Committee I)r Michael L. Horwitz, chairliin ol the Committee of Host--. Ivm L. Savage, general chairI Mrs. Fannie Sklar, honorary jairman; Mrs. Henrietta Fine. 1' tit of the Sisterhood; Irv| .! Egel, president of the Men's Louis G. Cohen, Bernard la' Sadie Trosky and Maurice Zaretsky, dinner vice chairmen. Malek to be Chairman Joseph W. Malek, Miami Beach attorney, will serve as chairman of the Miami Beach Executive Committee of ihe American Guild of Variety Artists, it was announced by Jerry Baker, branch manager. Co-chairman, Leon Fields, president of the Footlighters, was elected with committee members Elvirah Haboid. Bernie Sayer, Hal Fisher. Buddy walker, and waller Mills. lunco Party' Saturday |Flamingo Chapter. B'nai B'rith imen, will present a "Bunco rty" on Saturday evening at he Adult Recreation Center in taleah. ROOM and BOARD For Elderly Pecple Special low summer rates, strictly Kosher. Warm at mosohere. Car service. Also Efficiency —reasonable Rate. Mrs. H. levin, 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 JNF Council Will Meet on Monday Leon .1. Ell. president of tin Jewish National Found Council o. Greater Miami, has announced lhat the next meeting of the Council will be held on Monday evening in the Lafayette Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ezra Finegold, chairman of the JNF Organizational Committee, will be honored for "outstanding dedicated service." A report will be presented by Herbert Shapiro, local attorney, on the recent JNF National Assembly held in New York. Final plans and a progress report relative to the forthcoming JNF Me Ami banquet on Dec. 8 at the Fontainebleau Hotel will also be made. Guest speaker of the evening will be Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. who will discuss "Jewish National Fund— The Eternal Link Between Israel and the Jewish People." Mix Joyce Farber. young soprano, will present a musical program, accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern By Special Report WASHINGTON — Liberal Juda-j ism is taking root in Israel and | will reduce the present domination) of the Orthodox movement in many : state matters, a noted British au-j thor writes in the November issue of the National Jewish Month-' ly, published by B'nai B'rith. Dr. Norman Bentwich, who serv] ed from 1918 to 1931 as the first Attorney General of Palestine under the British Mandate, believes the slow but growing trend toward liberal Juadism in Israel is a reaction to the "mixture of state religion and secular nationalism" that is now prevalent. Although the mixture was a political development of Israel's "coalition government of religious and labor parties," it is becoming "unacceptable to many of the old and new Jewish population alike," Dr. Bentwich writes, adding: "It stimulates in groups of intellectuals a movement against the enforcement of religious practice by law, as for example through the exclusive jurisdiction of the Rabbinical Courts in matters of. marriage and divorce." Dr. Bentwich. now 80 years old and still a practicing attorney and active author, takes time each year to visit Israel. In recent visits, he has found "a groping for fresh religious expression" and the growth of small liberal congregations. 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Page 6-A vjmitfifkridlfan Friday, November 22, 13 Ecumenical Debates Stand on Jews Rabbi Tibor Stern, representing Morris B. Freak, president of Beth Jacob, advises Abe Eisenberg of his selection as guest of honor at the congregation's cnniversary banquet Feb. 23. Beth Jacob WiH Mark Anniversary B ith Jacob Congregation will mark its 30th anniversary at a function planned tor Feb. 23, 1963 in the Deauville Hotel. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob, said that, the anniversary banquet will honor Abe Eisenbers. a vice president Of Riverside Memorial Chapels. Rabbi Stern said that Mr Eiseni era "has brought comfort and peace i t mind i<> thousands of families in tbe community through his many years of dedicated si r vice." Morris B. Frank, president of Beth Jacob, declared thai the anniversary will mark the building of the main sanctuary of the first House of Worship on .Miami Beach. Torah Program Here on Radio "The Voice of the Torah Shall tx Heard in our i.an-i % %  Starting on Sunday, at neon, and each SunI thereafter, the '^orah Hour" will be heard on radio WEDR-FM B9 1. The program will be conducted by Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern, founder Of the Torah Society of the Air, and spiritual leader of Beth Jacob tout rogation. The program will include a narration and lecture on the Weekly Portion of the Bible, followed in regular order. Rabbi Stern this week recommended the formation of family and neighborhood Torah groups to follow the lectures from a uniform Bible, which will be available, free of charge, to members of the "Torah Society of the Air." The dedication program will be a ThanksKivinji message from the Book of Genesis, chapter 32-4. the portion 0 f -\ ayishlach." The same program will be offered each Thursday night, 8:30 p.m., at the Berkowitz Concord Hotel. Continued fro-n Page 1-A rev sh question should be deall with In another conti KI Anothei group held that. In addition to real n ol retaiions vith Jews, the •kepter should deal also with relaLens b rtwe -n tnc Church and other lo.ii'hiv-iian religions One of th? first speakers in the dtaats was an American, JC5e;.!i Cardinal Ritter, of St. Lou's, who hai'e: 1 tl-e entire proposed schema as the end of the Catho .c Church's 40C-year-old campaign against Protestantism. An attai k aninst t ehaptei dealing with relations with the .i bj Er aidmal Rut.mi, ol Pal Siciij He i i the Council that, if it dealt tl i *. thi o with the attil •the .'.I o ale M thus co.iti main ilo %  i i i.n ill III Jev hen ore. mi I tin,i in in i ippo it ion to ch Alexandria E och. .-> i la i any kind ol pci M cul ed, since tiie Church a ys o such I i lor I Conservatives To Meet Tuesday The Jewish Political Conserva live Club, a nor partisan, political, sectari in n i| II I Id Its nexl met I.I... 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day,
November 22, 1963
+ k\%ist fhrirfirtr
Page 7-A
Change Stand on Jews, UAHC Told
pre
he
Continued from Pr-t 1-A
pounded bj earlier prophets.
stated.
tobbi Eugene Laboviiz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid
Reft' reports that the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Dinner of Trib-
on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel, honoring
^forray A. Shaw. Temple president (riqht). is expected to be
[one of the most memorable events in the history of the con-
gregation." ___ ________
"Haw long," he asked, "shall
we continue pompously to aver
that the chief contribution of
Jesus was simply a rehash of all
that h.v been said before by his
Jiwish arcestors? How long
before we can admit lhat His
influence was a beneficial one
rot only to the pagans but to
the Jews of his time as well,
and that only those who later
tcok His name in vain profane
His teaching?"
"Needless to say. Jews never
can and never will accept Jesus
u the Messiah or as the Son of
God," he slated. But, despite this
constant reality, there is room
for improved understanding and
opgOQMC t<> change in interpret
in Jesus as a positive and proph-
etic spirit in the stream of the
Jewish tradition." He ur^ed Jew-
ish scholar.-, to examine "our own
statements, our own facts, our
own interpretations of the signifi-
cance ol the life ot Jesus, the
Jew."
At the UAHC's General Assent
My, charges wire voiced by a
Protest ant theologian and by a
rabbi that church and synagogue
membership are often expanded
at the expense of basic standards,
and that leaders of both Christian
churches ar.d synagogue- an cbOS
en chiefly from among socially
and economically prominent mem-
bers. These criticisms were made
by Dr. Franklin II. Littell. pro
h -.-(,i of church history at the
University of Chicago and the
. btcagO Theological Seminary,
aid Rabbi Albert s. Goldstein, of
Temple Ohavei Shalom. Brooklme,
Mas-
Liberal Judaism In Israel Today
By Special Report
iont Menora!i
o be Kindled
it Testimonial
I mi
kindling ol I giant Anni
Menorah will be one of
its ol the Temple Nei
| Dinner on Saturday
| ihc Fontainebleau Hotel.
fn.bbi Eugene LaboviU, special
L mple Ner Tamid, will
| ceremony marking
anniversary of Israel's
| I with lea. ing menihers
ntiitv ami the emigre-
I : art "a- a symbol:.
( : faith md solidarity
honor at the dinner
> \ Shaw, president
nph leading the tri
I Shaw ami gueal speaker
ill he Gov. Thco-
an R. McKeldin, of Maryland
the Dinner Committee
, Dr hael L Horuitz. chair
I ConUnittM Of Hosts.
Savage, general chair
1 annie Sklar. honorary
I Mrs Henrietta Fine.
\ nt ol the Sisterhood; Irv-
president of the Men's
Chib; I. G Cohen. Bernard
t Trosky and Maurice
Zan t-^\. dinner vice chairmen.
[Bunco Party' Saturday
Chapter, B'nai B'rith
p II present a "Bunco
I SatuniS) evening at
> Vdult Recreation Center in
I
ROOM and BOARD
I For Eldr-lr Pecplc Spvcitl low turn-
|m, rattl .ir.cily K.Kr Warm t-
.-no.oritF.' Car ianrica Alto Efficiiy
'-"')'' Rat Mt. H. tavin,
11545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741
Malek to be Chairman
Joseph W Malek. Miami Beach
attorney, v.ill serve as chairman
of the Miami Beach Executive
Committee of the American Guild
<,f Variety Artists, it was announ-
ced bj Jerri Baker, blanch man
ager Co chairman. I.eon Fields,
president ol ihe Footligiiteis. was
elected with committee members
Elvirah Kaboid, Bernie Sa^er, Hal
Fisher, Buddy walker, ami Mallei
Mills
JNF Council Will
Meet on Monday
Leon .1. Ell, president of tru
Jewish National Found Council o
Crcatei Miami, has announced
that the next meeting of the Coun-
cil will be held on Monda\ even
mg in the Lafayette Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ezra Finegold. chairman of the
JNF Organizational Committee,
will be honored lor "outstanding
dedicated service '
A report will be presented by
Herbert Shapiro, local attorney,
on the recent JNF National Astem
bly held in New York.
Final plans and a progress re-
port relative to tho forthcoming
JNF Mo Ami banquet on Dee.
I at the Fontainebleau Hotel will
also be made.
Guesl speaker of the evening
will be Kabbi Eugene Lahovitz.
of Temple Ner Tamid. who will
discuss "Jewish National Fund
The Eternal Link Between Israel
and the Jewish People "
Mi-. Joyce Farber yOUOg 10
prano. will present a musical pro-
gram.
Stern
WASHINGTON Liberal Juda-
ism is taking root in Israel and
will reduce the present domination
of the Orthodox movement in many-
state matters, a noted British au-
thor writes in the November is-
sue of the National Jewish Month- tin
ly. published by Bnai B'rith.
Dr Norman Bentwich, who serv-
ed from 1918 to 1931 as the first
Attorney General of Palestine un-
der the British Mandate, believes
the slow but growing trend toward
liberal Juadism in Israel is a re-
action to the "mixture of state re-
ligion and secular nationalism"
that is now prevalent.
of the old and new Jewish popu-
lation alike," Dr. Bentwich
writes, adding:
"It stimulates in groups of in-
tellectuals a movement against the
enforcement of religious practice
by law. as for example through
exclusive jurisdiction
Although the mixture was a
political development of Israel's
"coalition government of reli-
gious and labor parties," it is be-
coming "unacceptable to many
of the
Rabbinical Courts in matters of.
marriage and divorce."
Dr. Bentwich. now 80 years old
and still a practicing attorney and
active author, takes time each
year to visit Israel. In recent
visits, he has found "a groping
for fresh religious expression"
and the growth of small liberal
congregations.
This is taking place particular-
ly in the NegeV and Galilee "where
groups of Oriental Jews leel them-
selves forlorn and neglected by
the official rabbinate "
uk. VICTOR KUGEl
Heart Course
At Mount Sinai
Dr. Victor Kugr. chairman of
Mt Sinai Hospital's cardiovascu
lar course being held at the hos-
pital on NOV. 18 through 22. has
announced that registration for
the course by doctors, interns or
residents in the area is required
for attendance.
The week long course in "I'b>
siology and l'athophysi logy in
Clinical Cardiology" is be-ng chair-
ed by James C Warren, professor
and chairman ol the Department
ol Medicine of Ohio State lim.r
sity.
Co-chairmtn of .lie teaching
program ol the Department >!
Internal Medicine ol Mt. Sinai
Hospital a-e Dr Milton Lesser.
Dr. Rose London. Dr
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day, November 22, 1963 + k\%ist fhrirfirtr Page 7-A Change Stand on Jews, UAHC Told pre he Continued from Pr-t 1-A pounded bj earlier prophets. stated. tobbi Eugene Laboviiz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid Reft' reports that the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Dinner of Tribon Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel, honoring ^forray A. Shaw. Temple president (riqht). is expected to be [one of the most memorable events in the history of the congregation." "Haw long," he asked, "shall we continue pompously to aver that the chief contribution of Jesus was simply a rehash of all that h.v been said before by his Jiwish arcestors? How long before we can admit lhat His influence was a beneficial one— rot only to the pagans but to the Jews of his time as well, and that only those who later tcok His name in vain profane His teaching?" "Needless to say. Jews never can and never will accept Jesus u the Messiah or as the Son of God," he slated. But, despite this constant reality, there is room for improved understanding and opgOQMC t<> change in interpret in Jesus as a positive and prophetic spirit in the stream of the Jewish tradition." He ur^ed Jewish scholar.-, to examine "our own statements, our own facts, our own interpretations of the significance ol the life ot Jesus, the Jew." At the UAHC's General Assent My, charges wire voiced by a Protest ant theologian and by a rabbi that church and synagogue membership are often expanded at the expense of basic standards, and that leaders of both Christian churches ar.d synagoguean cbOS en chiefly from among socially and economically prominent members. These criticisms were made by Dr. Franklin II. Littell. pro h -.-(,i of church history at the University of Chicago and the btcagO Theological Seminary, aid Rabbi Albert s. Goldstein, of Temple Ohavei Shalom. Brooklme, MasLiberal Judaism In Israel Today By Special Report iont Menora!i o be Kindled it Testimonial I mi kindling ol I giant Anni Menorah will be one of its ol the Temple Nei | Dinner on Saturday | ihc Fontainebleau Hotel. fn.bbi Eugene LaboviU, special L mple Ner Tamid, will | ceremony marking anniversary of Israel's | I with lea. ing menihers ntiitv ami the emigreI : art "aa symbol:. ( : faith md solidarity honor at the dinner > \ Shaw, president nph leading the tri I Shaw ami gueal speaker ill he Gov. Thcoan R. McKeldin, of Maryland the Dinner Committee Dr hael L Horuitz. chair I ConUnittM Of Hosts. Savage, general chair 1 annie Sklar. honorary I Mrs Henrietta Fine. \ nt ol the Sisterhood; Irvpresident of the Men's Chib; I. G Cohen. Bernard t Trosky and Maurice Zan t-^\. dinner vice chairmen. [Bunco Party' Saturday Chapter, B'nai B'rith p II present a "Bunco I SatuniS) evening at > Vdult Recre ati on Center in I ROOM and BOARD I For Eldr-lr Pecplc Spvcitl low turn|m, rattl .ir.cily K.Kr Warm t.-no.oritF.' Car ianrica Alto Efficiiy '-"'•)'' Rat Mt. H. tavin, 11545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 Malek to be Chairman Joseph W Malek. Miami Beach attorney, v.ill serve as chairman of the Miami Beach Executive Committee of the American Guild <,f Variety Artists, it was announced bj Jerri Baker, blanch man ager Co chairman. I.eon Fields, president ol ihe Footligiiteis. was elected with committee members Elvirah Kaboid, Bernie Sa^er, Hal Fisher, Buddy walker, ami Mallei Mills JNF Council Will Meet on Monday Leon .1. Ell, president of tru Jewish National Found Council o Crcatei Miami, has announced that the next meeting of the Council will be held on Monda\ even mg in the Lafayette Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ezra Finegold. chairman of the JNF Organizational Committee, will be honored lor "outstanding dedicated service A report will be presented by Herbert Shapiro, local attorney, on the recent JNF National Astem bly held in New York. Final plans and a progress report relative to tho forthcoming JNF Mo Ami banquet on Dee. I at the Fontainebleau Hotel will also be made. Guesl speaker of the evening will be Kabbi Eugene Lahovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. who will discuss "Jewish National Fund — The Eternal Link Between Israel and the Jewish People Mi-. Joyce Farber yOUOg 10 prano. will present a musical program. Stern WASHINGTON — Liberal Judaism is taking root in Israel and will reduce the present domination of the Orthodox movement in manystate matters, a noted British author writes in the November issue of the National Jewish Monthtin ly. published by Bnai B'rith. Dr Norman Bentwich, who served from 1918 to 1931 as the first Attorney General of Palestine under the British Mandate, believes the slow but growing trend toward liberal Juadism in Israel is a reaction to the "mixture of state religion and secular nationalism" that is now prevalent. of the old and new Jewish population alike," Dr. Bentwich writes, adding: "It stimulates in groups of intellectuals a movement against the enforcement of religious practice by law. as for example through exclusive jurisdiction Although the mixture was a political development of Israel's "coalition government of religious and labor parties," it is becoming "unacceptable to many of the Rabbinical Courts in matters of. marriage and divorce." Dr. Bentwich. now 80 years old and still a practicing attorney and active author, takes time each year to visit Israel. In recent visits, he has found "a groping for fresh religious expression" and the growth of small liberal congregations. This is taking place particularly in the NegeV and Galilee "where groups of Oriental Jews leel themselves forlorn and neglected by the official rabbinate UK. VICTOR KUGEl Heart Course At Mount Sinai Dr. Victor Kugr. chairman of Mt Sinai Hospital's cardiovascu lar course being held at the hospital on NOV. 18 through 22. has announced that registration for the course by doctors, interns or residents in the area is required for attendance. The week long course in "I'b> siology and l'athophysi logy in Clinical Cardiology" is be-ng chaired by James C Warren, professor and chairman ol the Department ol Medicine of Ohio State lim.r sity. Co-chairmtn of .lie teaching program ol the Department •>! Internal Medicine ol Mt. Sinai Hospital a-e Dr Milton Lesser. Dr. Rose London. Dr NOW! Highest Dividends Paid in Dade County! 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mm** ^fM#tr Dresner Vs. Florida Will Decide Fate of Rabbis W Mil.TQM Fft| -3r-n* Cant* k •iyn.r | uAS ta> nMB wno :-ae*d *at BsQ jr-aepa* .jd aer* a fjorsga >ei *•* far i nay ii. ~-w r^Ki at* Nt g ^ w TV ease. • •: [ :•; %  %  -. : i t.r ;_ i ': %  "• *a* &aj '^ : — %  uo iaof-* "in o C S; li %  -.: %  -< •.. -i•a, *e peace. di*obayinp f*e, ,rixrtay ... .•;...,n jail Rabbi Dm %  J. ..* t. : •-—•,;. eadei ol lai on all He eras %  r "' '" %  ; • i pert k "lie* Baa H %  %  Hinn >e '• %  • Tartar **• pradwaX *-* %  • I l ah irw Da. Sc^oe. S'oeo:ryw pa* l*arvrs*> a* Ooeapo aval HI I^^J -< t —* ••* Yar% Sc-w. arrest* •*-* ^ao TS* c**yyMl WW CM'IK — 3 ---* %  1M n ap Jewish leaders of Albany savant to get Rabbi Dresner out F riday. Kovtnbf 22. 196 3 of town, he MM. Me told how they contacted his Te mp le president ni •*• the> CCAR in attempt* te wndartithie has pr. Nepre atnrrte* in ARaany. He wet tald that hi* preset** endanpered *ye*ythipj§ Albany jiw> hae tovilt M over 100 year*. They were afraid e* *ni. Semitic reprisals. In Danville. Va Rabbi Dr*r S>am .Newman. Once a kibbutznik in Israel Rabbi Dre-ner uid "I am in this itrugfk primarily because I am The commandmentit our faith are clear. Injustice anywhere ia threat to justice evi rj where. Ju*t a' no group is .iafe ii 'be Jew i in jeopardy nth the Kcgi H4tl f 4$# barium'* miniaturt fruit rak+n L-S-t C'-S z^-'tr 1 — z'.'e r — -• -. .'.'•& ••. • cses -. "; i'C ; iZ^Z '. • 15to*boa Bag 2 7? 2 19 Mill <• "it barton* miniaturt' rhorolat+ft ',''-. % %  %  xr' ~e*"a p-eces 2e a H erawl OBB> ^: R^g 2 37. -<>•* 229 Do^bie &ze 2 R>. 10 cz r-g 5 "7a now ooty 43. Sped* o~ sate Bl Dec 5b--i de vry made on aoy day before Ovi$tr-as RNE FOODS, f rsr fioor. "•ami and ft. lauderdale. mm "%  -.< — : •ia•. • S^ 0nd •.?.i:K Fre*d=: a .: -"• ec the eight Protestaat — mm —three b ec g Negroes—*zi :>:* a sopxhhaaawd bus They inatrd oa hatetrated tratel faeibries as they croated Virguua. Uae Carataaas, Georgia, and FVonda. Ir Sumier. SC. they *ere 'ireatec ed by the sheriff aad forced :c kea-.e :;*; Befotc departare. ^e ZT-.T? had bees trained ':. of Racial Equality "CORE %  oav-Tioiestt prates; uccc< Rabbi Dresner tee* the leading t&nBBtt of nonrinlaire the Lather Saar. who I At TaaMbatoaa. •** tlwi %  -*n sa"-o*>* s ea a' m .rport r*s* J' ant b**<- t*^ plannec aepa^tvee hx m Bvt *•- %  was ahrnc 1 They w*n rrste ner sought to sit tta Negro fellow nunisters in the court room. be was bodily dragged about by the police she insisted on <*gre gat too an the strictest sense. •f Rate*Drews** s and Yawth Crawp Kelp. the S1JM band. The Court is n COME DOWN AND LOOK US OVER W a--" \ STEP INTO A WONDROUS WORLD OF CHARM AND COLOR! Ste tw luxurious "'. ly furnished apartments featuring the ultimate %  m i en d ecot the itest in GE electric appliances... awningr.;s A -ins Iteated salt >atef pool, putting greens, fishing pier, ~ar;"a. ::!-•'::: ;•: ".enade, card room and many more planned activities :: Bake you res :enceone of enjoyment. PLUS SAFETY FEATURES SEEN NO WHERE ELSE Carefree Inritg r an atmosphere of congeniality and friendship. Ovr Central A,r Coodltiowing is the lotest system, which provides ena.plete orcadol pa or oil and uniform temperature mrouohout each apartnient. *U r Svpr EFFICIENCIES START AT $122 ONE-BEDROOM UNITS FROM $156 Bay Terrace RENTAL APARTMENTS 1250 WEST AVE. p HO NE 538-0173



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Friday November 22. 1963 +J m M fk-rHvur Page 9-A Shaiar Commutes Sentence of Kastner Assassins TEL AVIV — (JTAi — Yosef Menkei 45. and Zecv Eckstein 30. convicted assassins of Dr. Rudolf Kastner. one-time leader of the Hungarian Jews during the Nazi era. were released from pris on last week after Six-and-a-half years. They were sentenced in 1958 to terms of life impri-onment. but their sentences were commuted by President Shazar, as nno o* his gftrai act* in office. Dr. Kastner was kfl'cd on March 3. 1957. ;.s he returned to his home from his work as night editor of a local Hungarian-lrnguage daily. He hid been the subject of a widespread two-year public debate in Israel on the issue of whether he had collaborated with the Naxis when he arranged for the emigration of more cupied Hungary. In January 1958, Israel Supreme Court exonerated him posthumously of the charges. Menkes told newsmen that he would demand a reopening of the i case, contending that he was in! noccnt. and that he was "franv : ed" by a "group of trailers."' The court which convicted him found that he had been the planner of : th" -.-lavine 0 tight are Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Zev W. Kogan. originator of the Ml Ami project, and Dr. Harris J. Levine. honorary president al a session of the JNF National Assembly la3t week in N York City, where Greater Miami Jewry was lauded for es' blishmg a twin city in Israel. Local delegates, in addiQl end Kogan. included Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramcwit: Mr. c:;d Mrs. Herbert Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Morris BeriC! Mr. cr-.d Mrs. Sam Seltzer. Marshall Comis, Mrs. Pecil Com., and Peter F. Heller. 1,000 Expected Will Attend JNF Annual Dinner to Hear Progress Made by Me Ami ARE YOU UP TO DATE? s, n tout are cxpect, lend 'he annual Me Ami 6v i r Jewish Nation.i I Greater Miami. • l - eV i annual event ol al Fund, will be I-,, %  the Kontainehlcau H Dec. 8 Laal year's ati. reichi *>". and accord ir %  'his > ear's al evidence till !• %  ;r iter i" vie oi U • -• : • %  ,iretopment oi M. Al -'"•' settlement in 1 ,st year by Great fc Mil mi Amccg those expected to at Vend are Michael Camay, Israel -A.rb.sector t the UN; Avra{ham Karman Israel Ambassador to itw U.S.; Florida Oov. Farris Bryan Miami Beach Mayor SAelvir. Richirc", Miami Mayor RobeKing High; and Miami Beacr Councilman Kenneth Oka, B*rn*.d Frank, D. Lee Powell. Milv.r. Eoglander, Robert Torchin and H y m a n Galbut. Also npei Gordon, Charles (Choei Hall, and Harold B. Spaen % %  Mm njamli \ • .. • i..'. i. : I! in in, Mrs K u si...; n. \\ illi.iii, imii-ln It'ibln i V. I'pml I'.i \l i .. h i I M ,I IIHI I %  %  %  I %  i:/•. i • i' I m I'i i !i ii. \1 -i. % % %  n %  in M MM -i' I ...!'-• ; Mr* I I in.in \l'i .1 M \ 11 %  • i' %  I. i. I Hi i-l Salll !v.. : .ii IV i n ml K Hi, /• v \\ K nflfan, \l '... |,)i Kranl ti In In*, I.I iirm.ui \i %  i %  in. I \ ik Mr* I .•••!•— I. M ALrili.mi M.i.11. H.rsli-'ii .1 Morris llln %  Din Mlrla l*rw* liloi Rirkln, 1 I: •-• ii. Jullut !: %  •-• nhli In S.h.i. Iiim, IrvinK >• Ii.ii7.in. HI. Mr\\ ilfi Hliklmi. Al Sli.-in.ni M. .. Ll. I:, n mivei. I 'i M' ii •• 1 >. ii. Ml i IMI MI'-IIWII /. HI Ian, Mi KIJ Tuph • Roosevelt at Zamora First in a scries (if monthly cultural evening! will take place at Temple Zamnra .in Tue-day in the Temple Social Hall. Gueat speaker will he Elliott Roonevelt, who iii diacusi "Preaenl U.S. involvement and the Program <>i \i liance for Progress in Latin Amer ica Buildings, like clothes, to be useful, must be up to date. Attractive buildings rent easier. Modernizing your existing building or adding to it brings a greater return on your investment. The BASKER BUILDING CORP. One of the most respected names in the building trade has just added a new division, specifically designed to build the addition or alteration with the same high quality construction that has made B/^SKER synonymous with dependability If you own an old fashioned home, let us make it more spacious and comfortable. BASKER offers a complete service on plans, permits, insurance and financing. For a FREE estimate phone IC 1_3437 For an appointment phone J % %  %  TTv %  REMEMBER BASKER BUILDS BETTER BASKER BUILDING CORP. 946 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH 11 i: %  I lures nf the dm i rep it on the devel Hi ul Me Ami i n one yeai :h r. i iret oi Me Ami ress being made '" Mi i ister city, from a bare .1 ,i -mall settle be exhibited at the


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"^age 10-A +Je*lst fkrH&r Friday. November 22, 1963 Goldwater Era By MAX LERNER One way to cet pcrspeet.ve on how we U-.\ about Goldwater as possible President ii to My, %  tne Goldwater Era"—just as we say Roosevelt Era. the Kennedy Era—and sec how it sounds. For • r$ taste it sounds a bit absurd, as \\ does to almost all the people o:: horn I have tried it out. But wil! it sour.d th: t way to the Republi Mi Convention? The present Goldwater bcxm. my friends nnd associates tell me. an evanescent thing made of gall and go*imer. and bound to be rshed away by the first strong Republican candidate who comes long. I wonder. The responsible Republicans, I am told, don't act any part of him. At a recent meeting A a group of top busies* executives in a lUdweaten city, only one ot the group was for un. I am certain that this vould be duplicated in every other city ut-ide the South. Yet nil boom persists. His tactic will be to take ne convention delegates by a kind of blitz, and dare the Rockefeller berals ind the Eiscnhouer-Xixon moderates to break with the choice f the Goldwater aticionarios. Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT" for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Difference in Flowers-TRY OURS WEDDINGS-BAR MITZVAHS -GARDEN PARTIES BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY & HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Argentine Chief Vows Hell Battle Anti-Semitism Goldwater is the product of what m*y bo called the Angry RiflkXt ot its fru>trations. its simplifications of the world reality, its huntr for quick solutions of all the complex prorlems by naked power, here is something the psychiatrists call the "battered child synrome." If you subject a chua to rough treatment, in its emotional fe it personally suffers breakdown. This is true of adults a*, well. t' they h:.ve not grown up cmoi.onally. It can be true of a whole seg>erit of a nation. The Angiv Right is suffering from the battered mid syndrome, and in striking out against the world of political od ideological reality which it cannot tolerate it has produced a •oidwater. In terms of sheer historical imagination it is interesting to take ie expressed Goldwater -ttitudes and project them on the stage of ulure world politics. In Cuba, if it means anything, it would mean affirmative" action beyond an economic blockade — anywhere irom topping Soviet ships on their way to Cuba, to the mounting of an dual invasion, risking Russian intervention. In Berlin it would preuir.ably mean a refusal to take any more stoppages of American raffic or. the Autobahn. a.:d therefore some sor* of breakthrough with ^ir.irican tanks again-t Soviet tanks at the checkpoints, on the theory ia the Russian boar is a paper bear. In Eastern Europe it would mean a contemptuous refusal to exloie the possibilities of expanding the present breakaway of Romania nd Czechoslovakia from Kremlin policies, and also the treatment f Yugoslavia as just another satellite. In the policy toward Russia • would mean the denouncing of the test ban treaty, and the tight• ning of every pressure aroun I Russia, on the theory that there can •e no relaxing ot tensions between East and West: that it is a contest ) the death of one system or the other. And toward China it would mean the mounting of an invasion the mainland from Fo-mosa, in the hope that the Chinese people OLIUI rise against their government, and witn the assurance that ussia would stay out. The iiski that Russia would enter such a \ ax rather than find itself iso'i'ted as the only remaining Communist ower is a risk Goldwater seems ready to assume. So is the risk—to me ;> virtual certainty—that a Fo r mosan-American invasion of the main• md is the surest way of uniting the Chinese people with the Communist government in a new -patriotic war" against the invaders. These are only a few of the perspectives that past Goldwater 'ions open for future Goldwater policies. If they are inaccurate rojections it would be interesting to have Goluwater say so. I take • that part of the strategy oi Rockefeller's early entrance into the Vew Hampshire primary it to smoke Goldwater out on such issues, i>t as Richard Nixon understandably is delaying his own candidacy ntil a Rockefeller Goldwater confrontation has brought an impasse hich he would be asked to resolve. In Europe, if I know anything about it. such positions as I have -cribed would bring an alienation lrom America sharper than anything in the history of both continents. In Latin America such positions would be used by the Castro movements and the neutralists as nal proof of America as a reactionary imperialism. In Africa and -ia the Goldwater policy of conJemning federal action to further • nil rights, and of handing tile desegregation problem back to the -egregationist state-, would mean a recoil from America on every isue of policy. America world not be isolationist; it would be ISOited. The impact ol Goldwater on internal policies deserves a separate < iscussion. But one thing is worth noting. If desegregation is handI back to the mere) ol the Ea-tlands and the Wallaces it would mean D unparalleled despair for tin V fro leaders and their people, and < -it ol that unparalleled despair could come an unparalleled violence. Continued from P*/>e 1-A rights. He asked representatives of Jewish communities from neighboring countries in the deleaation io extend his "cordial greetings to Jewish communities in our sister republics." The delegation was headed by ;r Messes Goldman, chairman of he executive, who extended greet ngs and mentioned the execute's observance of the 25th anniversary of Crystal Night, the ivent in 193S when Nazis roamed through cities of Germany and Austria, setting lire to 191 synagogues and beating and killing Jews. The President said he remembered the outrage very well. Dr. Goldman also thanked the President for the mes-age he sent to the Rio de Janeiro Conference of Intellectuals called to protest Soviet anti-Semitism in October. Dr Isaac Goldenberg. president of the DAIA. the central representative body of Argentine Jews, also spoke briefly. The executive meanwhile issued a statement welcoming the c'otument on .Catholic-Jewish relations presented by the Vatican to the Ecumenical Council. The statement expressed hope that the Council Fathers would give their approval to this historic document "as the start of a new era in the relations between peoples of different religions." The delegates also sent a cable to Soviet Premier Khrushchev over the plight of Ru->ian Jewry. They heard reports by representativeof Argentina. Bolivia. Chile. Brazil. Paraguay and Uruguay on the sit uations in their respective Jewish communities Mark Turkow.ed on the general situation of secretary of the executive, reportLatin American Jewry. THE DANGERS OF JOINT OWNERSHIP Servicemen Will Be Feted Here Junior hostesses of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center are planning a beatnik party Saturday. Modern art will be the theme for the evening Refreshments will be served by the ladies of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, with Mr.-. Sally I.evv State Department chairman. in charge Heading the commit tee lor the evening's entertainment is Miss Ruth Falana. Sunday evening, starting at 830 p.m., Stardusters will furnish the music for the Center's rock and roll party. Miss Gloria Bernstein will be chief hostess. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. 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November 22. 1963 +J(nist n-rrndlur Page 11-.-Goldberg Flays USSR Mistreatment \ s for the new ljG-bed Jewish Convalescent Honda were unveilod Wednesday afternoon the organization also known as Bikur Cholim. h show how the kosher convc .nimunity-supported and non-profit, in Miami after a 75-bed facility is added I .ii the South Shore aiec. loth to Chair %  tome Dedication %  bi'in rmnird Indication Com i mvaleso m orida Appoint• pi d ben by Mrs Hei-i lit of it" nursing home II i holim. ithcr <>f the late el the Jew ,! n t He be n itl prr.hl.ir01 brother levi i a) an active mempnoi ah, chaii House Com : the Home. Njmed a\ cochairmen of the OMicition committee are Mr*. Helen Hornstein, Mr*. Albert %  : n Mrs Rav Lieberman, Mr*. Louil Kantor Mr*. Murray Kos•off Mrs. Hairy Glick, Mr*. Pbline Ronier, Mr*. Gossie Oodoerg. Mrs. Abe K. Singer, Mrs. Hyman Roth, Mr*. Ro*e Zngmund and Mr*. Edward Elkin. n emben incl u I the Jewish ith Flor: said %  n ol a v i bed ten) 58 bed home last Meek. Groundti ... place next Bonth. Continued from Page 1-A I'scriminat'on against Jews '.heir i> "overwhelming." He pointed to :hclosing of synagogues, restric .ions on private worship, virtual irohibition ol Jewish schools, ilio ondcmnlng of the ancient Jewish •fin tj in Kiev, vilification of lews in the Soviet press, and other nstam s ol into ei ance. "No l.i 'A .ihi ling citizen ol any lation, and prl u jli r > i o m i be jurist stated, can urge that iny pel on %  >:• -i oup is immune rom the equal application ol anj iation'1 law Bui when SO pei cent if those i \cute l in the soviet nion lor e< onomU i rimes are ii .va, w i i<> compi i nly a little Young Israel Adds to Faculty Two Sunday Si hool te i havi b led tn the fai ulty at Young l-i.1 oi Greater Miami, : t an i nno incemei bj Rabbi Abral am Biei h educational direi t< r •|iu | \i -Marii nc Wil iams, : the Hel Academj and Beth Jacob Teach ininarj wh i has had exten. ... instructing s people in New York Cit) and Dadi inty, an Miss Arlene < lr< eft berg, .1-" a graduate \ the Ilaivho has been iu charge ol the Youi Israel Oneg Shabbal program for the past yea i more than one percent of the population, then the belief naturally Ii fostered that .tews are receiving unequal treatment under Soviet i law." Justice Goldberg said that, in appealing for an end to Soviet discrimination against Jews, he was aware our own nation's record "is not perfect," and that "we all too often fall short of realizing the great ideals of human liberty and equality embodied in our great Declaration of Human Rights. I am also mindful, however, thit our government policy is directed to endinq rather than extendirg discrimination." The nil lei v. ha w l li Justice Gol Iberg received the Louis Marshall Memorial Medal for ih.ir •continuin" effort to further tl spiritual, cultural and ethical Wi being of the Jewish communit' were Charles Avnct. Of Lo: Beach, NY; Irving Bcniaim Newton. Mast Samuel II. Dan I'hilioVlphia; Peter I Keinber.. Great Neck. N Y Jelius Fig man. Los Angeles: Morris B Ka man. Toronto. David S. Malk Cbieago; Bcniamin M. Heev. New York City; and Morns Shenk.r. St I.onThi nodal, named for the la eonstitutional lawyer who sen as chairman of the leminai Board ol Directors from 1904 ui ins ieath in W29, waa eonferr upon the recipients bj Dr I-' Prnkelatein; ehaticellor ol the Sei rj rhey were presented for t medal by Alan M. Stroock, ne pn sid it of t : Seminary. 'tffcer-Cliild Dinner [Max !:. kin, preaident oi Beth im '' d has announced 11 lal lather child >. Zena Goldbt recor ing %  i retao %  Fannie Furshen hip chairman, Trustees re Anna K Opper. Edith Rothstein, Joseph Pransky ..• d Joserh Shulm rd ol di rectors EvHyn Genet. 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I—.in H Page 12-A 9-Jewistnoridiar Friday. Novanrasc^, l%i Cantor and Cohen Will Co-Chair 16th Annual Hebrew Academy Banquet Or Ohm Brotherhood •0 First tickets for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy, scheduled Jan. 5 at the beauville Hotel, are displayed by (left to riqht) associate chairman, B. I. Binder; honoree, Jacob Cohen; and co-chairman, Joseph Cohen. Cohen, a Miami Beach philanthropist, will be feted by an expected audience of 1,600 persons. Plans for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy are mapped by (left to right) associate chairmen, Maurice Revitz; president, Louis Merwitzer; general chairman, Leonard Rosen; and co-chairman, J. A. Cantor. The gala function will fete Miami Beach philanthropist Jacob Cohen on Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Two Activities Listed ct 'Y' ["v .i nev adult acth Itiea are 1 y thi Miami YMii \ ch. \ • be und( r the direction %  •> Michael Schla i artist who • ted Ihi is ,i InternaExhibit li;> works been exhibited in Brooklyn Mu> um M is eum (i Modern \-. get heim Museum, H I in "Who's Who in i M las? is v'. ill be held, one : al in :i m., and tin Monday evenings at 8 p.m Previous art ability inot required. !;• coraer u ssons are also beffered under the din I of Arnold Grayson, director >>( the Re< : ; i'i Workshop, on Thurs' %  ei s at 8 p.m. V! acth tie? will take place .ii the Miami YMHA, 450 SW 16th Ave, GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open I very Poy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8563 J. A. Cantor and Joseph Cohen, veteran Soi.th Florida business, civic and religious leaders, Wednesday were named co-chairmen of the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. The function is scheduled to honor Miami Beach philanthropist Jacob Cohen on Jan. 5 at ti'e Deauville Hold Both Cantor and Cohen long have been active in Hebrew Acid emy affairs. Their acceptance was announced jointly by Leonard Rosen, general dinner chairman, and I.oui> Merwitzer. president of the only Jewish day school In the South, offering complete elementary and junior nigh school curricula. Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Cantor, co-chairman of the Florida Committee for Yeshiva University, have an intensive interest in the field of Jewish education. Cantor is state chairman for Israel Bonds, and Cohen is active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Cantor is a member of Temple Beth Shol om's Board of Directors, with Cohen serving Temple EmanuEl. B. I. Binder, honorary president of the Academy, and Maurice Revitz. chairman of its executive committee, are serving as associate chairmen of the dinner A goal of 1.600 persons to attend the 16th annual dinner was adopted at a special meeting at the Academy on Sunday morn ing of both the Dinner Commit tee and the Board of DirectorRosen, who also is chairman of the board of the Academy, presided. Mr. and Mrs Merwitzer hosted the io a.m. session in hono of two new great grandchildren born in Pittsburgh within a week of one another. Some Is arc now in attendance .' th • Academj. ed in a nev $1,200 2400 Pinetree Dr \ I ftril-time t.::i hi ; %  dents, from nursery school through the ninth grade. Rosen pointed out that more than 70 per cent of the students are on full or partial scholarships. "To be able to continue this vital program is the principal goal of the IfNl annual dinner," he noted. Samuel Iteinharl and Harry Genet, traditional sparkplugs of the Dinner Committee, asserted that the Hebrew Academy receives no funds from either the United Fund or Jewish Federation, "and depends in large measure on this dinner." Eight school busses daily bring studenttO the Hebrew Academy from throughout Dade and Broward counties to the modern .structure, where Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal, has established internationally recognized standards of academic excellence Temple Or (Mom will ; ,ij a organizational breakfast for ||. Brotherhood on Sunday. Ko' v j< at 11 a.m. William Seidman is chairman ot the get together t held in the Temple's Soci Hall Sefer Tor ah Dedication Congress B'nai Raphael held a ceremony on Sunday. :, .„ • dedicate a Sefer Torah di ted Mr and Mrs. Paul Fasfce mi or> of Philip Shapiro. Reverend I. Kuttler Certified Mohel Ritual Call A->, 6 Circumcision Wl 74326 Senior Citizens Reelect Shapiro Louis Shapiro has been reeledcd president of the Sunshine state Senior Citizens 1 for Medicare Installation ceremonj will be held on Sunda\ evening. Dec 1, at the Bel Aire Hotel. Officers wo will serve with Shapiro are Sol Cohen anil Frank \ Gordon, vice presidents; Mrs Shirley Tragash, Mrs Sarah Millman and Mrs. Martha Miles, secretaries: Mrs. Klla Silverstein, treasurer; and Mrs Sol Cohen, coord in ator. Evening will feature music pro vided by an orchestra • > E 15^4 i & COMMUNITY (II,, ME I iAAUSOie.>* 'I o" •'^tta'i.m.iV jlWISM CIMIT 1-i %  '. Cii-i" Msii leeaHM TU 5-1689 '• 0 JH 104'


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Friday, November 22. 1963 +Jewl$tifhrldto> W1 VJi w IOHS S< erviccs Jhls H/cchcnJ Page 13-A f ., r.-H IS****.. TSS1 Carlwle awe. %  .ortrn.c. Haboi leaac Ewer. • NSHE EMES 33 SW 19th avc. .,t,ve Rabbi Abraham Sch%  ETM DVID. 2625 SW 3rd awe. Con. ..,„• f Rabui Norman N. Shapiro. Cm'.William W. L'Pson. p m CSV Sahhuth Beth -v ili aponaor th.Ones .-.ii'ii %  i.iv :• .i.m. DM MIII\ %  HHFtln', son >if Mr. ami I'm dbara;— • IETH EL, 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox. Rjut Solomon Schiff. p.m S.itunlay <:3 a.m. \ Journey M Oreatau•-.." u. T 'JOSHE CONGREGATION. 130 -v Oiie Hwy. Cenaervative. Rirr Simon April. Cantor Hyman f -i p.m Harmon: "Tin i.,I VYeakfteaaj of Orthodox Saturdaj "• '•"• •••0 o —— RAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox, i Race H Louis Ftottman. p.m Saturday :• a.in and in. i, "The \\ '•• %  M) 'I'm • — iCOB. 301311 Waahmgton 6Kislev — 5:10 pun. thodo. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko awe. Orthodon. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Canter Maurice Mamchea. 'rliluv S:li p.m Baturda) f.tt ;, n IITmakaajtvlBa;, the Acme of rlumtllt) %  ETH KOOESM 110' SW 12th awe Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mm Shapiro. Canter Fred Bernatein. Frlda) 1:15 p tn s. nil..!!. Tin.iHi. linn Inn log ..r Hi.. Knit." Snturdai s r .i.m S. rui,,,. 1„„. .,,, \\,. ,;,. „. liar Mltsvah; Kniinn r Mr ami Mia A I.I 4 p. ni -The Portion ,.f 'IW %  I 1 A TinlirHliiinlii.il." • 9ETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave Orthodox Ralph Kneger, aecretary. — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. OrThe Few Who Help Accent The Positive Aid Survival 8E TH JORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th ave Conaerwative. Rabbi Max LIBlil.lay ". JO .,,„, | : lg p m s ., t ,,,,|., v s.a.m. i. ar Mltavnh: K-nneth, on I or Mr. and Mn,. Bornard Bernian; Michael, eon ol Mr. anil Mr-. Mori la Uevln; Michael, aon ol Mr, and Mr* Normao Morajenati i n, B'NAI RAPHAEL*14OTNW 13rd St Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. J-'Way 15 p in Harmon: "Youth '""" inBecwlce ami Once Shaliba in honor of I'nltwl Hynauu. .,".• s '"" r,l:iv 8:30a.m. Bible c-lase at 1:1S followed by Mlm ha iy r A !n B. ABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Congregation Beth El %  ek's Torsh portion tells journey to Haran. He n: .i well ind withes to om ;i> wateri (or the Rachel, w bom li' la later He a-ks the gathered Is \< hy they do noi w ater ep, and thej answer, "Lo we can not remove the m the ell's mouth. m we read, "Vayigash %  ai vayogel ea hoeven"—and ici i pproached, and rolled off i ne and watered the flock. I: i mi strange that Jacob's >• accomplishment should •..-.lighted when the Bible ;.-feature* the moral and ectual powers of man. "Not ght, nor by power, but by Irit, laith the Ix>rd of we read in Zechariah. i • per meaning is implied in \ We see two approaches -t.nl,One looks at an and says, "Lo nuchal"— not -and the other rewith, "Vayigash vayogel'' oacbed and removed •tacle see this evidenced in life today. There are lay, "Lo nuchal." we remove the rock of reUg[ference, Judaism canii America. Hie land ion and plenty Jew ish :i is doomed by the stone fishnets on the part of Id Federated fund will lail because there is scinatton in comedy than lity pfets ol doom stare on top of the well. fixated with fear at • -ol the obstacle. The %  s stare, the greater the omes. The\ contribute to the solution but hsar pticism, •ire those, however, who deterred by the size of %  h< i %  iu%  ii "A87 SOtOMON SCHIFF re mevine aosfacfei the rock. What they see is only the refreshing waters which the well contains. "Vayigash vayogel"—they approach and remove the rock. They are strengthened by determination and powered by perseverance. The size of the obstacle is dwarfed by the magnitude of the waters. They hack away at religious indifference by building synagogues, by affiliating with congregations and Unking themselves with the well spring of Jewish identification They push at the obstacles of Jewish education by sending their children to religious schools and day schools and supporting them They tug at the stone cold indifference toward community Ufa bj giving as much as they can to the Jewish Federation and thus breathe life giving spn it into the many institutions which make up a SUCCeSSful ,1,-wish community It is part of the miracle ol Jew ish survival mat the many, who MJ "We cannot." are always outweighed by the tew. who like Jacob, approach the obstacle and remove it tudents Prepare For the Sabbath 'f fresh cballah and %  n I spices intermingled singing of the Sunday f"" 'tudetKa at the Beth Torah ***-"< annual Shabbat paron Sunday morning. f-H clasi prepared a difn; project for the Sabbath First graders, under the TEMPLE ISRAEL W N.E. 19th $. Reform Congregation Ht. Rabbi Morris W. Graff J b C Bern,*.!,,, c.nte, J i ,,.,,, s .„„,„ T ,,.,, lK ,. ( %  vinic. haturda) : %  ., m, liar Mltavah: .i.,ni.,.. >,.,, ,., Mr, ami Mm Ab, MiiuH Mm, ha u :'." ii.in PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1801 E. Andrew* ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBRE-W ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Uros. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson >t Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro. C nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. R.ibbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I'l lib) | • .,n,I s | p ,,, -,. i i,i..i, |-||,. Spiritual lm;,|i. n,,i Thiinkx int; Saiurdu; 8.J1I u.m Sermon 'The %  i ll' • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. a SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I 1 Idii 211 .111,1 8:1." |, in .-.. : in,,11 I'an Wi lew II ml? .-1 ., ni I ..11 Mi:/.\ .1I1 1 l,,.,i || Beach Youth Delighted With School in Israel A Miami Beach youth is currently attending Kfar Batya. a Mizrachi High School in Ranana. Israel. He is Harold Feit. son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Feit, 1126 Ocean Dr. Harold is a graduate of the Hebrew Academy, and this week wrote Rabin Alexander Gross, principal, that "just to be in Israel for a week, let alone a year, is truly a dream come true." The Beach youth expressed his gratitude for "your guidance to make this dream a reality Expressing his delight "not only in the country's scenic attractions but also in its everpresent 'Israeli spirit'," Feit said that "I find life here wery gcod and rewarding." He said that "he spends half a day working in the fields and the other half learning. My job is in the orchard until harvest time, when I must pitch in to help in the harwest process." Fell wrote Rabbi Cross that "as lar as Hebrew goes, I'm keeping up with the class." and listed his subjects as Cemarrah. Laws. Torah. and History. The English curriculum includes Algebra, GeomeI try. Geography, Farming. Biology. I Chemistry, and Physics. The "Israeli spirit." Feit rel ported, war most evident on SimI chas Torah. "when it seemed as 1 though everyone in Jerusalem uas sinuni : and dancing in the street." M.",,"' Ml '""' •** N '" r '"-"' r.llkrlf f!ar*tt ADATH YETHURUN 1025 NE 183rd it.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. r-riih.y ..r, „ n ,| g. |3 ,, ,„ s ,„,,„, in. American Strugtrl, r. ,K.|UHIII\ or Han. Saturda) 8:45 H m. herniun lortlon ... uiWVHv." ltit. ..,.• i. p.m. fr.ii.nv.. i i,jr -MI„, i, ;i TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. T fS!Cfcf BET H "EL" OF HOLLY. wo OD '= ,351 S 14 "• %  'orm Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 750" SW 120 thSt Reconstruction,.! Rabbi Morris Shop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. — I i'l'* • 1". |..lll S..|ii,,. n -Whv R." '"Msiiii-i JudatHiar" Matin-day i so -•,'" s -''"'ni: "ApproactHng Thankaelvinic TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 172S Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. i':i.i..v s i.v p.,,,. RaemoH: "Hearts thai i nderatand Raturdaj H .i m Junlui hoir ill partlclinte in the nei \ i. • urda) i" :n ,i in. Bar Mltssvah: jajnea I Lewta, son oil .\ii.~ Iturbura Hlnjrar TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday R:U p.m. Sermon: -Th. Oold,.-ii Aniiiv. i -.,1) iii Cunaervative Jurlalam." Baturdaj 9 nm. Hermon; "Por lion ,.i id.Law." Bar Mltavab: Ken% %  .-ilu., """ "f Mr and Mis Mkvard i roUT Jnaeph, .-"i Bamuel 11mubart. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. • i Miand Mil TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat* ave Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromah Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38; NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Giossberg. Jrt'Ja) : I' '" Pel mon: "Saturda] In I at l-'i ni i> Xlsrhl Sal I'nlay :i in s., mon "I'ruiihi ey of Mir>t, \ TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 Nv\ 22 ave Conservative. Raobi S M. Machtei. TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative Raubi Irvine LehrmarCantor Hirsh Adler. I-II.|.H i Satui Bai Miixiah i -ini. MM Hi ,nd \i I>M\ I'l I., venthal, Mi-\, n. won ,.f Mis S<-hlffri Mm, i.., — e — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Narol Cantor Jacob Bornstein. i'i %  •> RMS p.m s. r\ i,, ~ i ,.ii.i ,, i,,: h> ,,--i-i ml Knblil Morn\\ Ural Sermon "ThankeRlvlnii IM> !:. %  oi in.r K|dritiinl Herltaa< — a TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform, Raubi Mordeca> Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Pi iln< > IS p.m Sermon "The N.uh IVi • %  • ,I„I ii,.. i ii.i ,-, ,1,1.. %  • s.i, TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conaervatiwe. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gerahon Levin. FHda) s:Si> p.m. Barmon: "Wot Oui Ood, f..r Bncfety'a <: I Nea oon%  rreantlnn m.-mli. rwill lhonor.-.I. SHlur,la>8:4S a.m. TEMPLE 8INAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chet Gale. Friday \ i:. p.m. Ones Shabbat r.vi. %  of "Six WI Iiiiiiu,,! Hi. World," bj Rabhl Henrj i: w.i.,i," Duefi Shablial hoated 1,1 Sidtei' I Sal rda] I ., m s. i in. II !',.i 11. ,II of ill. Week — • YOUNG ISRA tt u NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. v '.. I'. |. in Sntui da) 9 i mon i., i iUi Thankful on Than ke-iwiil.i Mltsvah Dennl* \ll,n. mm of \ii ami Mis Arilnn Kuln THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111 BRANCH OFFICES THAT'S RIGHT. Sterling Savings is as close as your nearest mail box —a mere 5 hours away by jet And what's more, Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways —makes it easier than ever to Sive with safety. uSt 5 ,erl ing Saving's account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. 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?aae M-A "age 14-A > 7m i Kt flvririfar Friday, November 22, 1963 Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Hillel Foundations Learn Activist Tactics from Negro Group ... '_ .... i. ;.. .i„. v„.,,„ iwunluHnn is the firsl concerted effor: Washington H ILLEL Foundations learned the activist, non-violent integration tactics of CORE (Congress of Rac i.il Kqualityll and S N C C (Students Non | Violent Coordinating Committee) whenl ,1 e wish stu dents 1 r o ml more than 601 universities participated in a civil rights mobilization <>i religiously oriented youth here last weekend. The mobilization followed widespread complaints that Hill'! was "too passive," :ni(] it was only through affiliation with such groups as CORE and SNCC that college youths could fight aggressivelj for civil rights, Responding to campus demands for action, the official organizations r e pies e n t ing Jews, Catholics and Protestants announeid the •Student Leadership Conference on Religion and Race" to broaden the civil rights fi it The impetus for the conference grew out of the Chicago meeting in January. 1963. ol the .National Conference on Religion and Race. Students wanted the objectives of the Chicago meeting translated into action by campus religious groups. Sponsoring organizations are the Bnai B'nth Hillel Foundations, Newman Club Federation. Federation of Catholic College Students, and the National Student Christian Federation. Students learned from the experiences ol CORE, SNCC, and the Northern Student Movement the philosophy and strategy of non-violent demonstrations. Students were exposed to the principles of the movement and Its application in specific local situations. One Beminar examined "politics and the power structure.'' It ciscusred "the relationship between financial and political power in the community and the methodology lor effecting change." Strategil & w ere outlined to plan demonstrations against discrimination and segregation in housing, theaters, restaurants, parks, and libraries. A seminar on education discussed bias in higher education, and tut-rial programs were outlined as an action concept. Workshops discussed steps students can take for integration both on and off the campus. They were also prepared to lace st:,te local and university restrictions on student initiative in civil rights controversies. A "Statement of Conscience voiced in the interfaith call to the conference stressed that • he n ligious community on Ihe campus would take militant step* for social justice, The statement said: "We dare not play it -ili' in today's struggle to secure the rights of all of our citizens. Human dignity will not long endure in Amen ca in the lace ol neutralism and apathy, tor neutralism is submission ahd apathy Is degrading, Whoever remains ail en( acquiesces. We. choose to speak and act ing of love The parents Catholic, and an undertakof some Jewish, Protestanl students ar %  oppose to milltancj for civil rights on the parl ol their sons and daughters. Oth er parents are proud to see re ligious ideals put Into action. Rabbi Oscar Groner, assist ant National Hillel director, who helped organize the mobi lization, has expressed gratifi cation at the momentum achle> ed. He was at firsl skeptical, but the response from Hillel members and otherhas been overwhelming. Many students came at their own personal ex pense, some from as (ar as California The non-subsidized undertaking was financed main ly from the campus grass roots and eager youths spend their pocket human rights. Campus religious sponded. eager to play a larger role in the Negro revolution The 60 universities wire selected on the basis 0 | geographic location, religious and racial tensions or the need for ameliorative action in either the campus communitj or nearbj communities, the need t" arouse interest, and. In many ins! inces, t, share initiatives undertaken by various campus groups, The students insisted on a c nference with a minimum ol speeches and big ram'The seminar leaders came from the i IK .,civil rights activist lead ership. Delegates v ill return with new skills at • uidellm It was i to se a new kind ol interfaith machin erv. None existe ; bei au-e this is the first concerted effort Dl the national and local level il Jewish. Catholic, and Protestant student organizations. Among the 300 delegatewire students from such hut rations a.s the University | Mississippi and Harvard, the I diversity of North Carolii a and Stanford. Rabbi Groner commented that many Hillel students pi i \ jnced thej could no I remain aloot from the I struggle and demonstral i r rs •• i justice He Hillel lead" rs had learned i i re Ihe conference bad asembled "thai social concert and idealism are not wanting in this college generation ready to money for groups reOur fi'm folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT From Hyman Kaplan To Captain Newman, M.D. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Two Records for Chanuka DAVID KUSEVITSKY: Jewish Folk Songs. Cheir, Orchestral Arrangements and Conducted by Herman Zalis. Produced by Allen B. Jacobs. Tikva Records, T-86. 33-1 3 rpm, high fid. Tikva, 1650 Broadway, Room 301, New York 19. F AMED Cantor David Kusevitq of Temple Emanu-El in Boro Park, Brooklyn, has a new recording out ot Jewish One side idevoted ti a rousing "Avremele Mela med" follow ed by a marvelous medley ol traditional songs, The second side be g i n s with "A Pastuchl" and goes on to 01inetsky's lovely "Shiroh," Zeitlin Secunda's "Dona Dona.'' Rund Jaffe's "Menasho," in which the strings have an amusing voice of their own. and ends with a beautiful Chassidic Melody. Kusevitsky uses his peerless voice like an orchestral instrument. Add Ins superb diction and dramatic interpretation to technical fidelity and a clean surface, and you have a delightful and successful recording. CHILDREN SING ON CHANUKA. Dr. Joachim Prim, Narrator. Vivienne K. Bender, Director. Produced by Allen B. Jacobs. Tikva Records, T-88. 33-1 3 rpm, high fid. The Temple B*nai Abraham of Essex County School Choir, numbering one hundred young voices, has produced a sequel to their "Children Sing the Seder," which was reviewed here some months ago. Narrated again by Rabbi Joachim Prinz. national president of the American Jewish Congress it is a full selection ol Chanuka son and comes complete with the words in English transliteration, The choir direction docs not seem quite so creative as il did en the Pesach record, but this is due in part to the songs, which are rather straightforward. Nevertheless, the record ing includes a verj spirited "Hanerot Halalu" and "So\ Sov S'vivon," ami a good, last "Mi Yimalel." The opening and closing "Hava Narima" is also a pleasant rendition And the bin stings themselves are beautifully done. Dr I'rinz' narration notes that Chanuka is actually a •world historic'" event, without which "neither Judaism nor Christian ity would exist." THE CHINESE KOSHER COOKBOOK By Ruth and Bob Grossman. 83 pp. Nw York: Paul S. Eriksson, Inc., 119 VV. 57th St. S2.95. Ruth and Bob Gros Chiin -• Koshet I recipe.authentical by Rabbi Norman SK .,! o Jewish Center ol Kin I w ay. Brcx KI\ n) Is about, as much for the vat Of the idea afoi the I recipe titles and Ihe • c ooking insti ucl ions \ Spinach Mish Ah G ilici ting for the I .' \ al the I tian Embassj"), Inch -.. Wash good the spinach, it shouldn't be sandy," or l Koll llah Dan Sah: thi answer to the DAK.'' The recipes are unusual and 8 easy, and the Grossmans lor real autlienticitv two | of chopsticks — one tie one milchig. UN Listening Post: Hollywood YONY Cur %  tis gives a finel) shaded corned} p >r trayal as the -MUkick ol "C a p t a i n \ e w m a n. \l 1) in Ihe new motion pictut e I n m Ihe estselli 11 y Lei R I sh World Ifr'i r II ir l u e i tychiatrist who a< hii \ed miracli ol i i \prj ha simple, human a. h in the it ol mental pal : '. man, .the chi VI D iwitz lit .. al art I %  el I The Ian • • • inal qtial l e lo the plaj \ \ I Phoebe Ephron I. Bn l David directiot %  %  ol 'I onj i in' t 'I he %  spian n llectwith hiportrayal, the brtsh, inti ammeled nature with whii Roster had %  an Bv SAUL CARSON a I most naive fellow who lives In hiown peculiar linguistic tini\ erse At one time in the movie. durum a colorful hospital par tj arranged by the Jewish orderly, a group of Italian pns oners of war are announced bj Laibowitz with the rendition ol an "American Hebrew" song, I : me up with "Havah \.i illah and an Israeli Horah to the i rprise ol the onlooki : on Ihe screen and the listeners in the audit nee The li 'bn w t bant of "H llah ialso heard il I i k Her, Sh %  Hcnrj Ko >li r"s latest in the kidin the dt rmiti rj ) ed bj VIi lie-Sandra Di i froni a folksj kick to ; %  Jewish, The n -il the stage pi |i i i did the screen trc dm. i 'Captain New man.'' bt heir ovtn original has bci t iderably watered lown by Normally Johnson's set and the routine dire) well apain acting. J st,wart remains color!. the much harassed father young French matinee Philippe Foryuet. nio-t li 1\ in Robert Parnsh's brllliai: comedy, "In the Prench Style with a screen plaj bj Irwii Shaw ironbis own .-holt -' ies, was wasted m the I! wind made Parisian seq ol 'Take Her, SheMil %  1 Blasts, Sound and Fury Drown Out Peace Call ""BOOKS HKVIFHKB OX THIS PAB AVAILABLE AT Mnni:n: HK SHOP Visit Our Paper-Back Annex Over 7500 Title* Search Serv. for Out-of-print Books PHONE 666 2568 5775 Sunset Drive. So Miami „„___ Open Friday Eve. United Nations THE ANNUAL debate en the Arab refugee qua %  tion gOl under way here with a big bang, Her is a pr 'diction: What started with a blast will end with a whisper. In other wards, nothing -ubstan tive will come of all the talk The refugees wil remain in their camps. The Arab rulerwill con Untie to manipulate the refugees as sowers of dil tension on Israel's borders. Israel will stand tinn ly against ail the Arab invitations to commit sui cide by wholesale "repatriation"' of these enemies, Aud the United States—meaning you. the American taxpayer—will continue to oa) the bill. There were several rounds of firing right Off the bat. as the General Assembly's Special Political Committee convened for its yearly refugee donnybrook. First of all, there was I)r John II Davis the head of the United Nations Relief and Works Agencj for Palestine Refugees. He made the longest speech In his five war career as UNRWA chief. But what he said can be summarized quickh The Arabs refuse, the Arabs will continue to refuse to recognize Israel's existence. Does that mean thai Israel should quietly fold and disappear'/ He didn't say. He conceded that Israel and its people would fight to the last for the preservation of their land and their hal He had no solution So much for Dr. and despair—despair because hi no way to help the v | ople tor whom his heart bleeds. slj came another bombshell. The Palestini Coi ubmi ted a repent to the opening session ol 'hen refugee debate stating that the United Slateas i ber ol nmission—has been conducting "high level" talks rs ol Israel and the Arab state-, in an effort to find sonu non to the refugee problem. "Good will," said the Commission, has bei n shown bj all. Thai's fine. Bui there ianother aspect to this PCC report. Its Umii Ihe giveawaj Win was the report put on the delegate' iusl as the refugee debate was to start? The answer is eas) Wbal the l nited statewas trying to do was to tell the committee: Do Oo anything; don't rock the boat; we are having quiet talk-. I fore go through the motion:., debate all vou like—but do notl With the dual nol yet settled, the redoubtable Shukairy came "" '" trum, There s no need to bore anyone here and now with ^"Pitulation of his status be represents no one but his loud sell ''"' '"' and -uen the floor—and spoke for two hot minuteAnyone who wants the details about his talk is welcome and their ;, back to his favorite newspaper's files of a year age—two '•'••' %  '"i years ago It's all there, ad nauseum.



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r.idaV. November 22. 1963 .jpw /*#> FhridTiTun Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE TW L> OU\TV JUDGE'S COURT N I AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,N ? LOHlDAIN PROBATE r NO. 61275 A 'i^AConnoBBS. £ E TO CREDITORS ,,l \li I'ersons Ha' nit Against Itala %  • %  I i Im and .i. ii nndi havi aft-atam th< • %  ill. iti iSEX, iii-" know n S % %  .''" C, mty, and Me thi nd ai pio> lit i:.,, hi WlatUtl a, In f ml) %  %  -•!• • I-. Ida, w thin -IN "in lli '"'i'' "' ,,, • %  if, HI Hi. ii. ..i i, this 12th S vi' \i:Y ROBEN vBxei Itol f thin notli'i ••ii \ v. nil., r, l"' ...... v || • ..li.l / iti M; Mil. .... uior Idlng II i %  -%  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIKHBBT iltVKN that i.... dealt ing i" • miRKi in t| f|i I Itlous II .i %  %  i.. i;. II. lake, Mi.,mi !.. I .HI-' •. •;, i.f the t'ln ill %  %  unity, Klorlda •.. -r \ ,1'KU ITfNd • la orpni atinn) v R ...i Pn aldent C.MAN n a Ci I P %  < n %  II ii.. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE EY HSNR7 LEC'JARD I i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ilii.i:i.r.v UIVEN I he mi,I, rslRned, desll n-: r<> en i %  :. v id. '..HI. .itname ,>i K1ESTA PAPEL COMPANY .,: 5K30 S.W 7Srd sir.. i. s.. Mil intend* to register r-.i i.l name with the Cleric i>l the 'trrtill '• HI i ..i I ladi 'cunts Klnrldn. M A RVIN P \l. T. Sole i II. i l'ACL KWITNKY An,i nes : %  \ |i ant %  ..ii k lines .\ i loudisa I-'" i.i II R ad 11 i -. "My philosophy of life? It's very simple, Max, Whatever is is wrong!" CM*', ltt). D...-PrWlKllMII LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW II F1KBV UIVKN %  S.K %  • • Inten • rl uf l •... • • INTERN VI!' IN M. HI' 1 nl| n ItNICK I I %  Pt I1LICATION ICUI T COURT OF THE '.OICIAL CIRCUIT OF &NO FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. • ie ''M \ METER r OR DIVORCE I., \ \ I %  %  i \ it it i A N n t N notified th ,i ., i| i .. nd •.. i are re• \ Hill ,.• .'...,.. %  II. v \\ II.1.1 V M I' \ • i nil iii. % %  • >,. i • • irl • i .. %  %  • %  %  %  IRII I \\ %  • I.-, i %  Minn \ M V v M I Y\l \.\ %  %  .!, II • \OER TlOUS NAMF LAW 11 UIVEN %  klB nty, l i. i %  Mi i: ., • \ MKR f • %  Ow n. r A l.-..n • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. MI. I. is HKRI HY UIVKN that Mi. undi • i ..it. In % %  in.I. rlli.! i. I:I i %  \ n:\\ %  \-N i RSI Nil i" iMI • :.". N W 1th Vvi • u<. Mli. u 1 1 1• aid \, • 11 i h. < ..... 1 • i. Ida I'.MH: COCNTY Itl : M IXC. Klorlri \ U h \ %  liKi iRl ; i \ Ml 1.1: %  \ Kit %  I II > IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANP TOR DAOF TOIINTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE \ S7966-A IX RI KR VXt'lS s IIANKi I • ^TiCE OF INTFNT'ON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D'STR Bl TION AND FINAL D SCHARGE VOTIi en Hi.11 I h R • nd IVI i [ANCIS S II nil that n III, I, will I nt> %  ;•. .... till i ratal %  ii i day of N %  II VRRY H VVK< 'II' Ri t| R II rRA RK1 Vtl rnei v i .i il'onl Itul Ml* ; i I.i .1 y %  ,.< .. ^o^il JUUUfcjvU.KI IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 60959C ..,.,. .. \i \RK I \'M M VN ..I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I %  Said V f MAR Vill.MAN %  n %  Hi >S1 MAX \,ln v • I : .'. \' i i„M ici re|E %  ly, e-lorlda 1>\MI>A KRAMKR It. i wner tilVKN thai riitltlo name or nd .-i Ml.. rid • i he Clerk ol : I'ounty, I,,.i,.i.,. %  HI \ -I IKK ndu ud i i.i :i i IN THE CIRCUIT CO.R1 OF THE HTH JUD CAL CIKCLIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANcFRY No f.RAi YXK W i \K, \ ril \I;I.I:S |'K K I ndani NOTICE OF SUIT YOI ['HARI KS • i. I I i: M ii, hi %  hj IMS i' ',!' % %  -... i ilvnrec haa 1 • i n flh d • \. II. ,,n,l \ ,.ii ,,. • ,i i. %  i • ., ;.,,|,\ ,,( \ our .in-vv ei %  • pleading i" • hi i 'omplalnt for |il\iv iia the r'lalnl M K r\'NK ill M M ^ i K> .,[ %  M .. • ii HI Kaplnn .\ ii. 1154) s W i" sir. • i. M ami :i*. Florida, ami lira the orlalnal ani pl^.i'line M tK "iii i "'• Clerk of th< Cli Court on or berare Hi.!"ih ,IHV %  I n \..ii fall i" 'l" -"• lodgm. nt l.j di Fault will In' ink. i, ni.in.i..i in tii. tomplalnl ror 11 .. %  %  nil .. | publlahi 'I once .-in i, ... k for • %  -'kIn Tin: JKW i--U r'l.RII>l kN i„,\,. : vn •': I % %  %  : II • Miami Florida, thli th f Xovi mi" > %  )• p i i\ %  I RHMAN, LAND, KKNNK1 MM M\ i .. i %  -. II. mi. in. K S Vttornas f"i I'In LIOAL NOTICE IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 63-5407 I'.KRAI.D \ KK VRXKi !• alntlff, \ ll \i:, ,|.|. M \|. ,|: \\ ami i : v \ i. Mi -IIA V. hlH if<-. I ,. !. 1...IIII NOTICE OF SUIT TO HAROLD M. Mi 'RAN and i:\ \ i. M< 'RAN, inwile, Kdlfhio s.in Bel n n do \r %  %  ken Mi .i, llin. r,., iili Am. r \l:i: IIKRKHY NOTII IIUI that I,..been lro lahl ana n-i \ im %  iSKRAIJi \ KK \I:M:V. Plaintiff, .n lit, amount %  TWti TIIOI SAXH IINF ULXDRED NINi:'l'\ .ONE 1*2.191 '•") IH •!.i. \i;>. and to Impn -aald i m •VIIIL prop, %  In Dad, C %  %  %  Kk i Ida 1. I.I.I I, HI Ct' I'l.Ki: R1DOE SKI' II, >N I', 'I R, HI ,,'i .lini: to the Plat then ed in Plat /: ,.t the i;.. irdn I Iiadi Counts, Klorlda, • %  ,i iij .Metro,...,ii.,i, %  .. .ii,l das i ,. %  un lee a Writ ol \ I tai Im.. .' All IIIII.U of ill. defi miaul h.in.Is ..i ih. I l Nil ..i I loin, -i. ;i I, run ell, Writ ol %  ... ....... i i ;.,i ii l hi .''.Hi dll] %  Sept, mill : M I'AKK N< u'li'K ill \ T Yi il' ARK KI:I.,IM:I:I, TO III.I: >, 'i I: ANsw I:I: in "aid i' nplninl w iili the %  !. i k uf : hi iboi %  -i | led Court, and •.. -.i\. ., ops ;li. i %  % % %  "M Plalntlffa attorm i -. M.IIKKT I. \\ BlNTH VCH in,I A I V V CRIST! il.. 219 %  I II Hiding, Miami, l-'l la, Ih da) "i Deo II :. in ,i, fault ..i i n. h i Hi .II:n plaint Iff 'omplnlni ii .iadmitted, and .i l '• %  n • I .1 IL;. ,in-l \ ..'I |>ATKIi ni Miami, I >adi Sount %  •. istlt da> "l N"> • mbi i I i\i. It \. KKX, Clerk of In i i I.I IA Ml'.%  HKNSON I, : k \\\ IMIKII I. WK1X I'K Ml! v .i \ ^ 'RI s r. IL I Sei'U Vttorni II 'V IN TH.E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUlT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C118S5 It \ \:. ,\: l' M'li; ,• \I:.\II:'\ II I.I \ I'Ki.i' i VNi %  I'Ai-lll i I', I, II. I mi VRMKN H LI \ I'll.l'l \N" I' y.'lli:,',' || I i U.I' %  ill I'. .-. I '•.. %  % %  Ki, .. \ ...i arc required i" aet vi opy "( ,, anau • r i" the Bill nt i 'omirtnlnl .. i Dlvorc, on lite plainllff'v Bttonies „,„i I,. (| %  .ii answer In the %  ;. K ..i ihCircuit %  ',.i,u on ,.i i.. • in iiIth day of I., ..ml., r. A I' I > I; "'IL i lae, tne, nt for Dlvmoe, herefofore rifod ii-i'i". "ill itaken .<•f. --• .1 b) s'ou .1 ,,l Miami. I'l.M MI, Hill" IM das "i N IVI mi" r, IM ; K. ii I.I:\TIII:KMAN. Cli k ..( ih. Qlivull Court, l •.„!. i .. r 11 v. I 'loi da By: N. A IIKUKI I'. 11, putjl < ii rk Mll'l'i-v \ KRIEDMAN n 11 Mn-des KU Idtng i.i II %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N,,I ii'i: IS III.KM'.'I til\ BN thnl el .. undi %  ill '. > ; I:I:.-, iRT i VSIIP iXS i iMP tXl i N n \ Miami Inti %  I ladi I. I:X \ M \ IIKRCRi.N 11 ; • IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 116587 i, HIS KRRN8TEN and STKI.I.A D. CltKNSTEIN, Iiiaifi PI in. \ ItlSHI IP & COMPANY, REAUTI 'R3, -I al. Defendant* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I SI 'N.I A ZKI-'i' II k a Si i.N.I A SKSKIN .in Moraaao Drive, S i: AI i.mia. ;-..i iria Vi H Mil-: HERKIIY NtrTIFIED that :i complaint ii.been filed acmlnai you in the above Court lor the return ,'f .-,i..\\ ii-|,...-iis and S'ou are required In -,rva copy of your ajiawer or pl-aillim t.i the complaint "ii Plaintiffs' attorney. HENRY NORTON, il">! I'..-, .i v n,. Butldine;, Miami. Pl,,rlla, anil fil.. iii..'luin-ii anawer .f the small i'1.11111.-, 'otiri "ii or before the Ifith IIHV .,! li.-.'-iiil.. r. nfi^, at '.':"ii AM. If \,n f:nl i,i ,l,i s>, jii.luiii. n; bj default in be taken agalnat you f.., the i • lief ,i in. no lei I in tiicomplaint. I' VTE1' ihis ith day ,,f Novi mber, I ". I, SM \l.l. CLAIMS COl'RT I '.M : ISXHKI LK M VRI.OVV lleputs Clerk 1 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITI.-I: IS IIEREIIY UIVEN thi ih. -. i -un.i. r the flftltl ne i \l'.,' RANK I", IRM8 %  S ^^ Tlsi i Miami, I',., i '..in.: \. rlorld ii mime i he • ii k ,.: the Cil cull I 'out t of I 'ad .. in ABC UI'SNESS I', u:\is. INC. .i i .... i, I.I rporntion N w ;i.-t Street, M i i %  %  • "I" CHRIS i II. LliVENSTEIN Vtl neya ror \ I;,' I :.i.-in. -.I".. i m-. In, 1III i '..i.,, \\ ai Miami I .. l-'l,,i Ida ii *2-2ii, i: %  ;-' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY ,;i\ BN that ... • sage Ii 18 I amof MIAMI REACH MEDICAL t'l N ER \\ '.i-h HRl ii \ \ %  %  II-. Miami Reach, Kin in Inti ndu t ret %  i ;.i i. n .i nil thi i',. i u ..t the : ,...l. Counts, r \\ \SMIN,;TI IN MEDICAL l.\li' lit \'l", IRl KS. IN. I | %  ..!! HENRY A. KAMI' t'..r .\' nnl n..,. I, Mi ,'h il '• • %  •• i I v • n S • mi,' M ami lleach, IIi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. %  ICE is IIERERY UIVEN thai il'; I %  • SI NSIliNi: Ml.-llSERVICE al I 13 v M Reach Inti mlto realKtei .... .. %  • i'., i -• \ k a .\ M UOL1ISTEI N 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN the un.i. i -.-m 'I. di -ii Ina t.. • ni undi i the fk I'ROI.KCTRU INSTRUMENTS u 13715 Rlai-ayni Boulevard, North Ml ami, l MM Ida Inti nda i" %  '• n.un. a-lth the Clerk "f the i I'.,IMI ol I'.ni, County. Klorlda. I.I:MI .S .I I.MI'A N^ i 'i;.\TA i. I ilVISIuN. INC. By: Harvej LeWman, i'i • -. NEIL i lli'MN Attorm ) lor LanMM I I '.Hi., i I ': \ l-i.n. InInirrahnm Rulldlnit Miami %  %  -, Klorid i ll 22-29, 12 •:-' IN T IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61130-B I \ RK IM.it..i I., ills KANE, I.. NOTICE TO CRED TORS Tn Ml Cri ditoi iml Mi I'• I -"nHax Inn fin I ma or D.-manda VaaliiHi Said %  %  \ .. are hei ," notlfl, .1 nd re• : nr. .1 • i enl mis and ,! %  in.. miwhich y> i ma* hav, aKiilnnl Hi...-i,i. ..t I.i i. IS KANE ,'. %  late ol I •., i. County, Kloiida. to tin i un(s -In.!'-• "i l '•"!• • ie and %  ... .1 %  Seel i. i rld.i Slat in th. Ir .. %  • i. In i h. i '..ni ih. .i>-.. HI Dad, ,'u I I hin -i\ .,!, ill ,r in. .in Iifr..m th. : im,..i i he Ural it Ion hereof, i>r the aan bari -.1 I i.it. .1 ,1 .Miami. I ..i la, Ihii \ n I9i.; M VRION KANE \l'\. • H I' • pubtfc itlot if thli • das -f No\ n SEYMi 'I R I SIMi N i i. II i-s '"• •: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUi NAME LAW NOT ICE le> H KR E11Y (11VI the indi htned i undi %  i %  -Ri .\\ \ RKSTAl'RAXT al 2510 M eal I laaii r Sti %  ii Inti ndu ireglt ih. 'i. 11. of the i i ..| 1 I.I. i.. i %  ni >. Kim Ida. BENJAMIN M ON OME tl llREENK x ttornes (,, i I ; n m n .:i Securltj Trii-'. lildK. 1 •l i %  •!:, •_-.' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C RE Batate of C iSK Si ISKIN, I -. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ edit im! All Pel BOI I la Ina tialma or Demand* Agalnal Sal Eatiu, You ... • %  Ri .1 and r. quln il t" preaeni ans cbilmn ..nd di UiamlM hi, h you ll %  h the eatati of ROSK si .SKIN d. ..f i ..ni, 'ountj Kin Idi to i i "ountj Judfcea of 1 n. and I lie thi mi dup iti an as pros Meil n s. ion T ::i 16 Klo Id • %  lae 'ii I *. .1. i', \. 1 |.,i pl.l. ltl x the time of thi %  .\ 111 Ihari ell I,.,;. d al M %  • ii, !' %  i Ida 11 .i.i \ ,.; SUM mber, A 11 IBS I .h'SII REPHl'N \ \ M %  ., i .>:' | I' ,f N*..\ II i.. .11 ISM i:i:i'ili \ At tor \.ii" i tor %  ;;7" \s V,. i i:. a, h IN THS CO t \ rv JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60562-B IN RE Estate ,.t HARRY iSSIP, I • %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ I • %  ll.r HOC in i .or I .. in..nd A^.i %  .-., 1 fled an.I r. I an.I di man. I.' I he • HARRY I iSSl I' di late ..II nt) J I.IL. %  i ade 'oun ii. and tile the mi n du i) Id, d In Si I. KI .,I slm'utcH, in iii-. %  Conn url ii, ,u.-in Ifcidi > '.iitn \. I T.'t Ida, within \ i ah ndu I moi ths Iroi 11., i un.,f the of, or the .-.im.. win i*. barred Dated at Minml, Klorlda, th das "' August, \ l' KAY "ss;r KRKH iSSIP \\ i' -• the 22nd dny f NOM LEI N A KPSTI S Al torn, ror Vdmlnl H ,i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60895 8 IN RE: Eatate ol UERTRl'DE I ROTH8TEIN. I as. il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'r.'lit."and All Persons llaviiiu ,'l.nnis Of D-lttaii'is -\i:aili-t ."-ai'l i iatatei You are hen hv notified ami required t" present an) clalma and dei, nii'h you mns have agalnal I te ol itMHTRCPH O. Ri iTH> STEIN deceased late ,.i I vole County, i loiida, to the Count] Judaea ol Dane Counts', and file tin warn. In dupHcnte piot iii-.i in s, clIon i uia SI 'n'. -. in their offk n %  in i',,imt\ Courthousi in i'.ni, C t Klorlda. within six cnlendat from ihlime <>t th. iir>t publk il on h, i, of, ,.i the name ill be ha Dated .,' Mia n I loi da, 11 %  %  iber, A D i BSSK N 1' 'I.i 'STKIN vI :\. ui i .II ,.i this notli • .ni \ VVEPMAN & VVEPMAN Attorni 11 1CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl < \ I.I. Tl i M Hi 'M THI :SK I l: ''' v. ., ,'t .. ,ti, ni. v • h it I irhi.'i-..', I place t" h isinesa ai x \Mi >ADE ni \ n, II the State i isuch %  it ."in ti,.|i did "ii th. Til. in i, ..f Novi ml., i A l INS, cans, to be til, d n th %  ii, ..I th 11 the docum. nts mull... s t i th lutlon ,.f Ion. Now h-i -i'i -. thi Secretary i hen h> fs t.. the I and that hi Is satisfied that tl I i • quit • '" "f the law ha> %  •. Ith. IN ^^ ITNESS u HERRi P, I hax hereunto set nj hand and has Seal ol th Stall of l"l"i Id '. at Tallal •Ii. 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HHWRV UNIVtKSITY WOMEN presidents Reception Will Honor Mrs. Jack Popick Div:of v da> tin • Jr. its Piiv RJ I! 1"!' -' %  • I and u'. v to • I Orel ol ti • % %  % %  I • | %  [ 0 I honor at the PrcsiReception of the Women's ., ol the American Friends II,.!,.,. fniversity on Fri1 be Mrs. Jack S. Popick. p CK early recognized gd for I separate women's („ assume the responsibilll Jewish National and -jjtj : ibrary on the camnua I, I'nivcmty in Jcru\\,i i -mall gmup o* aders, Mrs Popick ,,i i jetber more than so runcfl in her North h me m February. 1962. .. imen'a Division was on (hat occasion. since hai eootintwd the work of Hebrew i national board e president of the I i i hapter, chairman A "I the Year Aw aril i is president of the I lends Chapter in Popick are foundn< campus of the He ". v> ith a till, of SL'.V -. % %  in the building pro i re ding the lacili00 students enroll \ii and Mrs. Pop -i iblished a ichol in honor of Judge e< inthal, chairman of >\ i mora of the He•\. ol uhich \!i lember. • ted scroll • e noted artist Lrv• \i iami Beach v ill • Mi Popit k .ii the MJ. JACK S. fOFICK luncheon Mrs. Max WeiU. chair man ol the Woman of the Year % %  ncheon, will make the presentation. Mrs Samuel Simonhoff. presi dent "f the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends, has invited the membei %  hip and interested friends to the 1 p in reception F.idax in her home, 5829 No Bayshora Dr Guest speaker will be hen Mindlm. executive editor ol The Jewish Fioridian \T -r*ev %  '•• n some of the Jordan Maish special fashions tarn ubioad. New York and Califonua for a "Tribute rship" by Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on il the Deauviile He Hotel. Fashion Show to Spark Member Fete Monday h Chapter "I Hadai honor Ita paid-up mem .. '"" membara at a gala Membership" on lion the Deauviile V in., at I I. i' Cahn, membership : l <" -aid that the pro1 '"s.st of a fashion \, r Jordan Jdar-h. with [anor (iunby as commen *P'ing -The Hadaasah h the Year.writ Henry B. Wernick. %  wc preaidaaM well known mez accompanied By' F.sih er Barrett, will provide the musical portion of the program Guest speaker will be Mrs Ezra 5h ipiro, oi Cleveland, 0. former national vice preaidenl ol Hadassah. now serving Hadassah as a volunteer worker and one of the outstanding women Zionista in the middle weal Preaidenl of Miami Beaah Chapter iMrs Nathan Barth. and in charge of arrangements ia Uri Harold Melnick. lira. Jack Davis is coordinator Of life membership AII membership and life membershm chairmen of the is groups of Hadassah on Miami Beach are on the committee the C ( JJ< oman s IJUorU Jewish Fioridian Miami, Florida. Friday, November 22. 1963 Section B Mizrachi Elects Miami Woman Mrs. Alfred Stone, of Miami, was elected to the national board of the Mizrachi Women's Organization cf America at the close of the 38th annual national convention oi the women's religious-Zionist organization in Washington, DC. She will participate at the national policy level in the development and operation of the organization's extensive network Of childcare, social welfare and vocational education projects in Israel. Mizrachi Women's national board serves as a steering committee for more than 890 local chapters. councils and regions of the organization. The four day convention, which redacted Mrs Ell Resnikoff, of Brooklyn. NY. as national pies ident. voted a budget of Sl.295.0tX) to maintain and expand services MRS. [LI neSNIKOff to Israel's new immigrants and youth in the coming year. Celebrating the 30th anniversary ot the establishment of Youth A11 > .1)1 the agency which has brought more than 110.000 Jewish children to Israel from every part of the world, the convention formulated plans for new educational approaches in its projects in Israel. Delegates representing 50.000 members in 37 states also called for a new initiative by the U.S. in promoting Arab-Israel peace talks. urged the government to work for a bettering Of conditions of Jews in the Soviet Union, and pledged themselves to a strong civil rights program in the IS Speakers at the annual meeting included Sen. Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania, who received the organization's 1963 'America Israel Friendship Award." special! OUR "SOUTHERNAIRE" BASKET WEAVE WOOL IN 5 RESORT COLORS! 29.95 • foam white • bahama blue • sand beige • yacht club navy • antique gold i ne running, it's the great favorite that g< out on the shoulders of knowing fashionables 1 Light as air. delightfully comfortable in all wool, rayon satin lined. Ju


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r,jday. November 22, 1963 *J€wUtrtrridHrin Page 3-3 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton arrange a reception in their home for members of the Committee of Hosts for the Temple EmanuEl-Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner. The reception was to take place Thursday evening. The Liptons are chairmen of the committee, and Joseph M. Lipton is chairman of the Chanuka Festival Dinner which will take place on Dec. 10 in honor of Han" Sirkin. Mrs. Greene Will Decorate \ Worn, chairman of Hospital*! third an i. Ball to be held at the %  pail Hotel on Dec 14. annniinr.il this week the appoint • Robert z Greene as (hainnan for the gala i %  a of red, silver and be ised throughout the 1 cocktail area, with table decorations bo ationj ol these Mrs Greene on Mrs i.i nari \ Dora Stein Sisterhood "A Trial by Jury." a musical play by the Sisterhood Playerwill be presented al a membership meeting of the Dora stem Sister IK o l of Israelite Center, 3198 SW 124th Ter., on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Aron Bellenkoff imember ship chairman 'Mad World" Will Premiere Here '' %  ''"%  Mad. Mad, Mod. Mad World.Stanley Kramer's latest production, is liea led by such star stalwarts as Spencei Tracy. Milton Boric. Sid Caesar Buddy Hacked. Ethel Merman Mickey Roone>. Dick Shawn. Phil Silvers, Terry Thomas and Jonathan winters Southern premiere is on Thursday eveni ng, Dec. 19, at the Florida State Theatre's new Sheridan Cinerama Theatre, Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach, as a beneiii performance tor the Opti Mrs. Chid oi Miami I.earn rt n p, •oods will C o to the Opti-Mrs. Scholarship Fund for emotionally disturbed children Reservations chairman is Mrs. I.ouis Pizer. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Harry Has kin and Mrs. Sam Hirsch Co stars are Kdie Adams and Dorothy Provine and a host o Other uiminarus. including Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Jim Backus. Bin Blue. Art Carney. Barrie Chase. William Dcniaicst. Peter Falk. Paul F( rd, I.eo C.orcey. Edward Everett Horton, Buster Keaton. Don Kiiott.-. Carl Reiner, The Three Stooges, Joe E. Brown and many, many others, particularly Jimmy Durante •Its a Mad. Mad. Mad. Mad World." to be released by United Artists, will be presented in the new Cinerama single lens projection stem in Technicolor, capturing the beauty of the California mountains. '• (OR THt HOLIDAYS H/m A CUSTOM TABU PAD ARROW TABLE PAD CO. natt and S.imples r Home Call • T NABOTOVSKV FB 3 -1591 1924 SW 8th ST. "^^^'^^^^^VN^'WWS/WWWSESTABLISHED CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE In Southwtst Are* of Miami DlSHtS TO CHANGE ITS NAM BENEFACTORS PIEASE WRITE BOX 463. MIAMI 44-463. 0* CAU r 4-3112 Chanuka Art Shown at Temple Mrs Morris A Skop, public ichoi! ..it ti.. \ e a demonstration of I. n k.. art on batique pastel and die-cutting durpi %  Beth Shiran Sisterh 'IIIL; held Wednesday evening at the Temple. Exhibit oi i hanuka art work by the Religious School students was layed, and a Chanuka musicale, under the direction ol Cantor Herman Gottlieb, wras presented. Business agenda "t the meeting was conducted by President Mrs Burton Y.i.i'i., who announced planfor the carnival to be held on Sunday, Dec i. at the Temple. A report on the blood hank was given b) Dr. Howard Leaner, and 20 new members ot the Sisterhood were introduced The gift shop, with a special display of Chanuka g'fts, books and records, was i pen lor the evening, lADt VV0U10 UKl TO SHA*t HIK Air-Conditioned Beach Apt, •"Hi another woman. By year or *es3ion ol reasonable prict. .^_CalUE 83250 ^^W^lWr^^^^VW COINS "OUGHT, SOLD arilmMi MneyW. Smith-Acre Coins "U BISCAYIK BIVD. FR 71M0, N EW CUSTOM-MADE "'CE CREAM SET" Consijrtrtg of Table, p fovineial Formka Top, 2 Chairs to match. Foam Rubber in Aqua. not fit my decor. Phone FR 3-4605 Miss Kelly. Hollywood School Opens Up Annex To provide [or an unanticipated influx of students from the Holly wood Hi'is section, Beth Sholem of Hollywood Religious School will conduct four cessions weekly at Hollywood Hills Elementary School. Educational director. Bruce Rahman, and Aviva Richman arc Hebrew instructors for the 30 students enrolled in the Hollywood Hills annex. Overall enrollment for Beth Sholem Religious School is 250. Manuel Solomon, school chair man. reports that "from all pres ent indications, there will be a full schedule of religious school courses in Hollywood Hills next year." Daily nursery school at Beth Sholem has instituted afternoon sessions in addition to morning sessions to fulfill the many requests received for an all day nursery. It is the only nursery school affiliated with a temple in Brow ard County. On the nursery staff are Ruth Spitzer. head nurterj teacher, assisted by Blanche Turgel and Mar ilyn Stiles. "Ticket sales look pretty good," says Mrs. Jerome Rado, president of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach to Ticket Chairman Mrs. Harold Soglovitz as they meet to discuss plans for the Leaque's luncher.n for the benefit of the Tumor Clinic of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Shown seated in addition to Mrs. Rado (center) are co-chairmen of the affair, Mrs. Irvinq Rubin far left, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld far riqht. Standing (far left) is cochairman of the Ticket Committee, Mrs. Robert Grossman. The luncheon will be on Dec. 11 at the Fontainebleau. College Alumnae Election Slated New officers of the Lindenwood L. B. Allen, secretary; Mrs. Gil College Alumnae of Miami will be bert Broking, treasurer; and Mis elected at a noon luncheon meetLillian Nitchcr. alumnae boan ing Friday at Betty's Restaurant, member. Slate for 1962-63 included Mrs. Lindenwood College for Womoi Herbert Levy jr. president; Mrs is located in St. Charles, Mo. No, they don't come this way. You still have to do a little work. Like opening the can, putting the beans in the pan, heating them. But your reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of them yell for seconds. And you have two reasons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly delicious. 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Friday. ov ember 22. 1963 fJwist fhrirjgrun Page 5-B Hadassah Leader A+ Oneg Shabbat y, ,.„-, stupiro. of Cleveland, ,. lh leader. will be .leer at a life number' ... 5 habba1 of the Miami '., 0 | HadaSMft on Saturday. th< home of Mrs Lou,s ; iiiir %  '„, chairman. 6501 Granada l!' Gable* ii the middle link htoe generations of in the Greater are i me will be Medical Fund, the Hadassah I UH membership %  S hai is a former naresfdent of Hadassah, S)M ittended four World (ongresses as a Hadaaaafa doli pate, taaludlBj the 25th Conheifl %  •• Jerusalem, which eighth trip to Israel ... ,, graduate of Buatei in New York. In addi„„, to her Hadassah activities. 5 h erved for many years in the u, ,. i Division of the Cleveland .Kw h Welfare Fund as a mem ber Of the '>ard. Mrs. Shapiro ,. rmer ehairman of the WorneB s Division of State of Israel Bonds in Cleveland, as well as a member vi the board of the Bu ... of Je ii!i Education there ,t the National Women's I,. : Hte • the Initet Jewish App*-< I Art Exhibit Due At Phi Sig Fete Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority will hold its Founders Day Brunch on Sunday. ll:30 a.m.. at Kings Bay Country Club Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers will be guest speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration. In honor of event. Phi Sigma Sigma will feature an art exhibit selected and edited, and with Commentary by Dr. Virgil Barker, auhor of "American Painting," former editor of Art Magazine and director of Kansas Citj Art institute. Representing American Art since 1913, the exhibit was deigned by Clayton Charles and Jerry FrankLeft to right are Bryna Silverman, co-chairmen of Phi Sigma el of the University of Miami Art Sigma Founders Day brunch; Mrs. Myles Eaton, alumnae ^M^Snt. the exhibit is at "*on; Hazel Cohen. Beta Theta archon; Mrs. Norman Hunter College. Sholk. alumnae advisor. Dance Musical Set at Flagler Gi M < lay evening at 830 the Sisterhood of F'auler a -h Center will pre dai i and musical review. Stai rJMne Again.'' featur letabers who have ap~Ti .-let Graiu .i -hows i for htneing will be fur•.. ek'l Band Re ; h.' served. 1 in the show are oore. Bernard Ros ,\. %  Shapiro, and U Mea lanes Buddy ft Berrin Mart) lm %  I' Lapin, Ed Moore, Paul Dreiser %  imp! la in charge Tickets are avail %  the -. nter office. MIS. ilkA SHtfIKO 'America Week 1 Program Slated Follow ing a short business meet ing at Hibiscus Temple on Mon day at 7:30 p.m., George Ger>hwin Knight* of Pythias Lodge will participate, with all other Pythian lodges, in a special "Know Your America Week" program. Honored guest will be Sam Avins. Grand Lodge District Dep uty Collation will be under the direction ot Harry £ilen, past president, Dtstn Chancellor's Association, sponsoring group Fred Zeiger is current chancel lor commander ol Lodge 196. Funds to Assist Art Conservatory at the Tuesda) eve thr arty sponsored by r-'tm Conservatorj will ai i building to house ut:. first integrated non. if,, i • Arts School estab ii Film at the Parkway Theater be H LUllaa ol the Field," star Sidney Poitier. in its pre ie premiere showing. addition to the film, evening include an exhibit of Miss ." %  hi ~na Simor.hoff's paintings in theater lobbjr, a concert by the •rt Thomas Jazz Trio follow the show, and refreshments, th Miss Stmoiihoff and Thomas are memberol the Fine Arts Con... rvatory stuff. Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, director, iin charge of reservations for the premiere, Adoth Yeshurun Burns Mortgage \ landnuck In the history ol Temple Adith Y'-minm will !• observed on Sui lay evening when the Temple's first mortgage will be burned Sponsored by the con .HI ii. Sisterhood and the, Men's I lob, th • ceremony will be followe' b; a buffel supper and In announcing the celebration, josi ph Lie Iman, presidenl ol the congregation said, '.'We purchs pre: lo July, 1961 \t that lim the bull mg was u > -i, ,i Th were expos ed cemenl block-, the celling "pen and the fli on bate In addil i :hi congregation l< n heir lo three existing m rtgagea "Today, the entire building is plettil. Including th.' sane tuary, social hall and classrooms We have in addition paid off our first mort'.;. ge. This represents a total Investment on the part of the coniregation of $45,000." Liedmao added that the sum of monej was raised In the last eight months. an 8 layer % Hero" with Cream Cheese on every laysr Souffcwtsf Center Sisferhood Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold a Chanuka Donor Mart ajid spaghetti dinner at the Center, -6348 SW 8th St.. on Sundaj at 4 p.m Ark Cover Will Be Dedicated A new Ark cover (porocheth) and cover for the rabbi's and cantor's podium will be dedicated Friday during late services at Temple Zamora. Donated in memory of Joseph Cohen by his family, the maroon porocheth was designed in New York. The late Mr. Cohen was a member of Zamora. Rabbi Hershrl Brooks will officiate at the special services, to be followed by refreshments in honor of the occasion. WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN Have Kasha Instead of potatoes tonight PHlUVIltlPHUV [KRAFT MAN, THAT'S AD1SHI PHJLAPELPHIA ... ., W r< ttO—, r w


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Tana 14-A Page 6-B jtmifibBorldtori Friday, November 22. 1963 Menorah Forms Parents' Group Temple Menorah announces the organization of fe||gp JiXPV tailed •Parents of Menorah" The new association was launched at a par ents conclave at the Temple, and received official recognition from the Board of Directors as an affiliated agency Parents ol Menorah will ad 81 a service Bgencj lor the Templet Religious Schools and seek to attain a cultural growth for parents of Menorah. As a serv'ce agency the group will participate in school projects sponsored for children such as festival celebrations and school assemblies. As a cultural organization, it will co-sponsor the Institute ol Jewish Studies of Temple Men orah. with special festival wort shops on the history', mean'ng and modern implementation of niajcr Jewish [estivajft „ ^ At the conclusion of the parent conclave. I'.abbi Mayer Abramo wit! congratulated the follow in. who were appointed to the Steti ng Committee for the newly-form•d group: Mrs. Harry Friedman chairman protem. and McsdameK.iy Flax, Edward Grcenberg. Mai -hall Kratzer. Jerry l.elchuk. Ber nard Passman. Miltcn Bobbins Edward Scheeilar, Julio Schaii loski. Saul Strachman. Stanle;. W.illman. Howard Weinstock. Not man WiUiager, Isidore Wollov iand Jack Zuckerman. In acknowledging the new club Maurice Revitz president of Tem pie Menorah. congratulated Ui leadership of the group. :its cf Menorah Steering Committee unactive program furthering the and i.ieais of educctlon and service to B SchooL Standing (left to :. Met men jack Zuckerman. Edward Sau! Strachmcn. Isadore WoiloStanley Wallman. Ssated deft to righJ -p M'sdames Edward Schaeffer, Milton Robbins, Harry Friedman, encirman pro-tern How•zk and Julio Schniadoski. Not shown, but appointed '.o the Executive Come. are Mesdames Fay Flax. Marshall Kratzer Jerry Lelch.uk, Bernard Passman and Norman Willinger. Menorah Expands Aduif Education Series To Include Three Sets of Lectures Temple Menorah is expanding .:!u!t education program to intude formal classes everv Tuesay morning, which begin Nov. 1 monthly lecture series every urth Wednesday night: and the -t Ideas Lecture Series inaug by the Temple last year. Formal Tuesdaj evening classes %  fer: • Hebrew to aciii students with the Prayer .:•--: -, ••' ici Mrs Nathan the instructor. • I Hebrew." the lary to carry on sunconversation ir. Hebrew. BenUtshuler is instructor. • "The History of Ancient Israel.'" under Herzl Honor, director of education at Temple Menorah. who will examine the main events that brought Judaism into oeine • Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will conduct a cla>5 in The Book of Ecclesiaste.-. a study of the text. as -e!l as the ideas of the "g ith cynic." A series of five lectures, entitled "Judaism in the Modern World."" will be offered by the Temple's Institute of Jewish Studies The lectures will be given by Rabbi Abramowitz on "Meaning and ffenency Club /nsfol/ofion of Mtami Beach I have its installation ner dance on Sunday in the \ i ier Room of the Deauville Mrs B K.inger is in charge aneements for the affair. Superb catering in a luxurious new setting Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500. ..superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager. 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL '.' A'.'! i: its .if Judaism and its Application in Modern Life." Rabbi Abramowitz lias selected the following subjects to be discussed in the lecture series: "The Concept of God.'" "The Role of Ritual." "Judaism and Social Justice." "The Place of Prayer." and "Judaism and Christianity." In addition to the formal classes and lecture series, the Institutes will feature special Parents Workshops preceding each of the Jewish festivals The Festival Work shops will describe the meaning of the festivals, awell as their observance in the home and the synagogue. The Institute of Jewish Studies at the Temple will be co-sponsored this year by Sisterhood and the newly formed Parents of Menorah S rou p. TH1 OCAM AT 4+th VTWT MIA—I SiACM_ rum. Tor Elegant Functions Y^j':z_j^ Complete Catering Facilities for that Special f \. — -f PaMy servc.1 in superb fashion setting that J "ill reflect your good taste. ^(^.CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete a tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 cuesti DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION I GD OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN' Kill GOIDRING E<*it.t e food D> OH TMS OC aN AT S7IH STRIET, PHONE: UN 5-8S11 LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS FASHION SHOWS MEETINGS RECEPTIONS Jo II to mo. &zm$ \ Plan your Nut tvnt ml Iho '/ ,"> SMbrooke^cT 85 ^^J"JTRA,L..CA1.80QO % % %  % % 



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Pnday. November 22. 1963 +JewisF FhrMitr Page 7-E J* Human Rights Commission Member Will Address Joint Distribution Committee Mrs. Max R. Silver (right), chairman, and Mrs. Max Jacobson, co-chairman of annual Beth David Day. discuss the event slated for Dec. 7 at Spector Hall and Coconut Grove Playhouse. Annual Beth David Day Will Feature Luncheon, Grove Play By Special Report Marietta Tree, (Jutted States -epresentatlve to the United Na ions Commission on llumar. tights, will be principal speakei it the 48th annual meeting of the loint Distribution Committee ii Vew York cm rhursdaj. Dec 3. Mrs. Tree, who has long been icfve in humanitarian and civi ighta poops, also served as U.S iltornatc delegate to the 17th UN ieneral Assembly, other speakers who will address he year-end conference incl id" loses A Leavitt, JDC executive Ice chairman and Charles H lordan, director-general lor over teas operations. Members of the IDC National Council trom all >arts of the country will hear re wits on the agency'8 welfare and rehabilitation operations in some 10 countries around the world, and A ill ael on a proposed budget for 1964 JIK receives its funds main'y from the campaisns of the United Jewish Appeal. Mrs, Tree was one of the founders of Sydcnham Hospital in New York City, the first interracial voluntary hespital in the United States. She was appointed by Major Wagner in lf)5* to serve %  'i C'oinmiss : oner of the City ol New '/oik on th" (Vimmiss.on on Inter .roup rielatons. She was. lor nany years, a member of the Ward of the National t'rban League and the Nefffhborhcod Chil Iren's Centei She was also a lirector of Hi" International Kea •inCommittee. Mrs Tree ; s now serving as a Vnnual Beth David Day will • thi ..tie party and lunch the auapicea of Beth -, rhood "ii Wednesday, .it 7 R Silver i^ chairman i v ith Mrs Max Jac i | ,i~ co chairman ill begin at n :30 i m Spectoi Hall, with a luncheon -pnes of Mrs Lillian itering manager Km, : Hearts," starring Men Mot II %  ill be the bill on the tte [Kjarceioaa mCate/iing../ 'or e*try occotio" ii you' otiwonct ot o^ arloir fo rrn,tmbr weddrr'gi. reerpfioni, confirmation! ond organ,lot,on oflo"l tokr 0 on oddrd m#on,ng ond llatu'O o icmpltrwnl to yOwr gucttl hen arronged i o„i jior? ot eprit MAKE II THE NEWIY DECOSATED BARCELONA TO MAKE IT BESTI FOR INFORMATION CAU MAXINL CLARK or Mr. CPPINHIIM JE 2-331 MOTH NEW YEWS EVE „. CELEBRATION inOW... Dancing i the CORONATION • ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44th STS. MIAMI BEACH your next affair "' !" rrM H ML It ith a wonderful choice of Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A sew fUadard of rbonee en Mitnu Bcsrh. 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"age 14-A Page 8-B *Jenislirk>ridHaf} Rosenthals Will Live in Jax ^ranees ^L^ehmatt F ollowing a honeymoon to Nas sau. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rosenthai will live on Green Palm Lane, Jacksonville. Wedding ceremony and reception were held on Saturday evening, Nov. 17, at the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi David Shapiro officiated at the nuptials. r The former Barbara Elaine [iSylver chose a white peau dc soie gown with detachable chapel train and bodice of alencon lace, w/NUAki ftP THE WEEK and carried white orchids on a 4-year-old Molhe ***^&XSttEmZ£ This; was a member of the Art Club £?,£ tSitB and ^ WOre ^H^rDicrgrSua^from ned three weeks later McArthur High and attended Dan didn't l.ke Mississippi, and Molhe „, Junior Co|lcsl didn't like New York. A glowing letter from ^^ Q{ ^ bridcf room are a Mend described Miami as being so hot that | and Mrs gam Rosentha i t of all business had to be done at night. Since Mir Serving as best man Dan was in the electrical business at the;time, it sounded marvelous. So they came, and liked it at once. At first. Mollie joined all organizations and became •S^^g £ rry Poaster. David active in community affairs. However. Molhe, ^ Ran Cotton ushcrs is quick to admit Dan was so much better at I this kind of work than she. that she slid __. .. lai'M right out of the picture, leaving the field to MISS DOIKCP Will him. She much prefers buying tickets to %  -,__ selling them. W GO III JUllC? In their thirty-eight years of married life, Dr and Mrs Abranan Bolker Mollie insists that the fate of God's people lies here with the Jews in anno „ nce (he engagement of their the same, their interests the same. Six grandchildren are just the daugnter E n en Marion, to Robright number to take on picnics. Three belong to Charlene, now cr{ Sau( p ornorantz son of Mr. Mrs. James Meyer. Andria. now Mrs. Robert Magoon. has two; and gn( Mrs Abranam pomerantz, of Lloyd Ruskin and his Ilene have one. Travel rlays a big part in the F i ora | Park N Y life of the Ruskins. They have been all over the world. The first, A June graduate 0 f Barnard ijwai Howard Rosenthal, with Alan Jay Cotton, Reuben Mizrahi, Ketinv Zinner, Mickey Sylver, Steve MOUli ing in oil. So lar. me twenty she has done have received much comment. Her son-in-law thinks ihey are so good that he is using them in his offices throughout the State Watch for a Florida scene with an M.K.R. in the corner. Mollie, in her softspoken way. says she i<= just an average person living an average life, trying in the course of an average day to make someone else just a little happy. •* BELIEVE IT OR NOT Alyce i Mrs. Leon) Ell just took her snazzy red car in for its 2.000snile checkup. She has had it exactly one whole year Dotty (Mrs. Leom Kaplan claims that she has wall tow all hostess badges lrom the recent 32nd General Assembly at the Diplomat Hotel Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Sam Cohen and Mike Gettinger, former Greater Miami Jewish Federation staffers, had a kissing good lime greeting their friends at the General Assmbly. Sam's Thelma was with him. but Ben and Mike had to take hellos home to Mickey and Claire, respectively Hazel Cypen and her favorite judge. Irving Cypen, are back from York. Twelve days, twelve shows. PINK BUBBLY Diana (Mrs. Leonard) Treister had a champagne bridal luncheon lor Carol Hawley who will marry Burton Cohen during the holiday season. At a round table all pink and white with love birds in a pink and white carnationed bird caee, Carol's closest friends laughed, talked, ate delicious Westvlew Country Club food and drank pink champagne. ? •' FIFTY YEARS, FIFTY CANDLES Rhonda (Mrs. Morris) Levitt says that she saw her mother, Sylvia Berman, speechless for once. Longtime friends from Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pozin, brought Mrs. Berman to the Levitt home presumably to say hello to the Levitt moppets, Michele and Allen. Instead there was a full-blown cocktail party with eight of Mrs. Berman's friends and relatives on hand to wish her a most happy birthday. It took some time to get the fifty candles all lighted since Allen kept blowing them out. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Klein, Mr. and Mrs Terry Sponucr, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stern, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Korn (he was Mrs. Bcrman's physician when she was a little girl), Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ashman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pincus, Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller, Mrs. Joseph Barson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lundy and Mrs. Jerry Lundy and Miss Anne Greene. VETERANS OF PTA Veterans Day was a good day for the Miami Be3ch Senior High School PTA to have a faculty luncheon at which time they paid tribute to some of their vete-an PTA presidents, like Mrs. Harry Rogers, Mrs. Phillip Lefki-witz, Mis. John Owen, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Leon Green and Mrs. Donald Smith. Mrs. Leon Ell and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe went on a tour to see their namer on a gold plate along with the other PTA presidents' names. They found the gold plate hanging on the wall back in storage in the Supply Room nearly ob%  scured by boxes. Times marches on—also presidents. Among hostesses who made the luncheon friendly were Mrs. Harry Kaplan, Mrs. Philip Grenwald, Mrs. Irving Goodman, Mrs. Arthur Courshon, Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. Mrs. M. Roscnhouse, Mrs. Arnold Rubin, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs Alex Gordon and Mrs. Mclvin Richard. • WELCOME BACK Lee and Stephen Carner, with their children, Vicki and Douglas, are back in Miami after an absence of over a year. They are busy uotting settled in their new home in Coral Gables. What a job! Lee is delighted to be back and her friends are doubly happy. sity in New York. Her fiance, a registered pharmacist, is a senior medical student at Downstate New York Mod ical College, and will receive an MD degree in June. Both Ellen and Robert are studying on full scholarships. A New York wedding in June is planned. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • (/[PAIRING Serving Did. County Over 75 Yaart 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 See our ad in the Yellow Pages \IM I I'm iit i ; r II IOHIM. All School & Business Subjects Testing I Guidance PI 7-7623 RENT PLYMOUTH CAR — AND OTHER FINE CARS — ram m „ A WEEK \lk PLUS 8c A MILE V I ~J Convertible %  •JF $20 Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. 1451 W. FLAGLER FR 1 6765 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Friday, Novembe: 22, 10fi3 Kirsner, Block Engagement Told First day of the New fta* j s lha we ding date ior Maril. Elaine Kirsner and Dr. Burtor. Slack, 1810 Bay Rd. Announcement ol the engagement and approaching r irriage is made by the parents of the future bride. Mr. and Mr Myer Kirsner. 19400 NE 18th C, the bridegroom-to-be is the sor of .\| r and Mrs. George Black, 1S3I Bay Rd. The prospective bride earned a HI5A degree at the University >i Miami. A doctor of vo'-inniy medicine, her fisnee is a ^rad uale of Auburn Un.versit Nowpracticing at 1845 Bay Ed,, he -pent two years in the I :i. Veterinary Corps. The couple will bt marrie; on Jan. 1. 1963. at thi Doral Country dob. U ; %  I k MRS. AlUN R0SINTHAI Annual Auction At Beth David Women of Beth David Sister hodi are busily finishing plans for their annual auction to be held m Spector Hall on Sundaj evening. Leonard Stern will be auctioneer, and there will be many items auctioned. There ino admission and coffee and refreshi will be served June Rites Set For Miss Braun it will be a Jur.t trejdding lor IfJM Arlene Br •....: and John Alterman, whose hetrornal is made known by thi future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daud Braun, 248t sw 26th Ln. Now attending \:> nive ...*> of Miami, the brkle-rktt is i graduate of Miami Set..., r0| Her fiance will .(...ate May from the Million School nance, University ol Pi vania. He serve; i.; res : t of Phi Sigma Delta Frateroii Parents of th< pros] ridegroom are Mr. SJdne I man and Mrs. Rose A both of Miami Date of the marriage June 11. 1964. Musicale Set At Beach Home Mrs \i %  % %  Sch i Izman, of 6225 Alton R will I nsl a luncheon i! me on Sal urday, l %  ol Hai nah Sei esch On | ol ian Ka> e, u h '. v-York b< %  as well Mis H bie Derwin, i rmerlj from where he las child pr Miss Kaye has evi ral eon. c< rts locallj Mi D rwin, who has api eared in Bi musical coindies, Pinian's bow, inow leaching piano, voice and expression in I't Lau derdale and Miami \ III al Philadeli i ISS AUtKt BRAUN Fiaglcr Junior Cor.greg: ion • ntof the .' • ior I %  i t. on of Plagler • %  ..:... J ei ter elected to • dut I \ ember are Ira cantor; Steven Emi • • iui bi; Larry Cortafe snd Brody, gaboim. BECAUSE: Older People ,nd Conv.l* K .nti require >n .*ept.on.l .mount of ere ... you want noth.nr but the bet for >our loved onti. I r>n.f,| nd tUlil> Si ?4 w medKll upt, • 1 ilwip, ii iht mtfm n „ wt| >uHfd. M| MMM JACKSON ALANOH N U R ING H O M 1MI N H lih *, tnu • Mum, M Flodda *


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Fridcy November 22. 1963 tewi <§> Mrrirficnn Page 3-B her hemline. The strapless dress had a short fitted jacket, and the cut ot the dress and jacket created a floral petal effect. Mrs. Lee Cardozo chose a fulllength iced blue peau de soie evening coat over a gown of peau de soie with chiffon bodice. The chiffon was embroidered with rhinestones and cavier beads. Mrs. Lester Russin's jeweled white satin had its own matching jacket which wig trimmed with white mink cuffs. W ESTVIEW Country Club held ; ,n opulent formal open„,. dinner dance Saturday night [ 0r s ome 200 guests. For the occasion Mrs. Paid Meyer, wite of Hi, clubs president, chose a white chiffon covered with verbally embroidered satin lined bugle beads. \lr. Nathan Kingler wore a black >heer French silk with a huh neckline, featuring softly draped rmliuting lines. and h -kirt oie was the choice of \l,. Edward Circus. Her twogowrl was composed of a hiji neck fitted tunic over a lh -kirt Talented Mrs. Mar \-e\ Solomon knit the gold sheath she wore. Sleeveless and huh necked, she also braided abrlc mto a belt. A silver ihite brocade was the se : of Mrs. Harry Cold Mrs. i Myers' sheath was an i| colored alencon lace over de soie. brocade was worn by \ltMark Matthews. Her wai-t ,c ket was trimmed with ranch mink cults Mrs. Michael peau de soie sheath ha % %  modified bateau neckline ipped low i-, th" hick • %  hi v -lh ;> self I ihric Her garnet colored |i limed a court train. tafia \' as the choice Hi rman Nertz Softly the waul her sheath %  ,. hand at the hem "i bugle heads and I" • kjRS. David Cilman \\<>rc an !" .ion and gold broth Her fitted bod halter neckline and .1 km scoopi .1 ba< K faille draped over one %  1 in the Grecian motil \h r. rnard Siderman. Mrs. Richard Deutch chose a mint green and ivory brocade. Mrs. Arthur Winanck wa-. in black with a high neckline. Her long sleeves of sheer illusion were embroidered with black jet beads. White peau de soie was worn by Mrs. Jean Srenco, the fitted bodice of her strapless gown encrusted with silver-lined bugle and cavier beads. Black French silk created Mrs. Samuel Resnicks gown, which wa> highlighted by a handmade Italian lace stole. Gold lace embroidered with gold lame and worn over gold satin was the choice of Mrs. Rose Moseson. A draped pannier of the satin was in the back from her waist to Beach Woman Visits Israel Mrs Jacques Cohen, of Miami Beach, is now on a Had a s s a h round the-world tour. During her visit to the HadassahHebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. Mrs. Cohen said that "it is the last word in modernity. "Furthermore, it is an education in creative Jewish living, bein^ built through a combination of valiant work, know-how and ingenuity. Hadassah members all over the world can !>c very proud of it and should continue to give of their best to it." I Miami Beach, Mis Cohen is a member of Henrietta Szold Group and works for its journal Rabbi Brooks Lectures 1 Hershel Brooks lectured on ''Torah — Laws ol itRead,i history, and custom of die Aliyah." in the adull educs lion 1 lass 1 n Monda). K p m at l> .1 1.1 lillAND OPENING gARTONS* MM YOK • LUGAfcO. SWITZERLAND 211 E. Flagler Street • • • COME TO OUR CANDY PARTY ALL DAY TUESDAY, NOV. 26th FREE SAMPLES 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. • • • We Have A Complete Line of Thanksgiving and Chanika Goodies — Order Now! OTSff* 211 E. Flagler Street M RS. Baron de Hirseh Meyer was in a pale yellow chifton gown with a jacket heavily encrusted with gold sequins and jewels. Her gown was softly swirled around the sheath to the hem, and caught in the back in a modified flounce. A two-piece Indian mo-iac print was the choice of Mrs. Sanford Bacon. Shocking pink, purple and orange blended into the tunic top and sheath skirt. Mrs. Buil Greenberg's burnt red Italian knit featured a highcow led neckline and buttons down the back to the deep slit A red satin rolled belt encircled her waist. Beaded emerald green peau de soie from France was worn by Mrs. William Wcintraub Mrs. Arthur Kravitz chose a golf lame with gold cavier beads forming the fringe detail at the neckline. MRS. JACQUES COHEN %  < : m "Member-Bring-a-Member" brunch of the Technion Society, held at the home of Mrs. Jay Dermer, 2525 Flamingo PI., adas 40 new members to the Greater Miami Women's Division. A non fund-raising group, members' dues support student schclarships to Technion, Israel's largest engineering collego. Shown admiring a photo of the campus on the hills of Hciia are (left to right) Mesdames Max Brustein, Sara Romer, Jay Dermer, and Hendrik J. Berns. Former Miamian Is Speaker Here Former Miamian. Mrs Chester the home of Mrs. Milton Fit! 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Tage 14-A Page 10-B lewlst fJhrkfiaiL Friday. November 22, 1963 Thanksgiving Service Slated Rabbi Daniel W. Lowy. o "in pie ginai, will present a Blbtici ^ reading, Rabbi M. L. %  achtei, ,„' B'nai Sholom. will lead in r-npnnsive reaclfns, and the beru I will be offered by Rabbi Simon April, of Congregation Reth oshe. Si>terhnod of Temple Yeshurun will host a rr ption following the service. At a CJFWF commendation ceremony of the Afro-Asian Institute, are seated (left to right) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Kupat Holim Business and Professional Council of Greater Miami, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chnirman. Standing are Moshe Berman, executive director; Joseph Kuluwa, treasurer of Israel Histadrut here; Julian Freeman, past president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, who cited the Afro-Asian Institute on behalf of the William Shroder Award Committee; Nahum Guttman, director, National Israel Histadrut Campaign; and Sam Feinstein, newly-elected president of Greater Miami Israel Histadrut here. Histadrut Unit Cited at CJFWF Assembly Here The Afro Asian Institute of Hisfaclrut was singled out for special commendation at the 32nd Genml Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds held here Nov. C to 3 at the Diplomat Hotel With some 1,000 delegates from federations throughout the United States and Canada in attendance, the Afro-Asian Institute was cited by Julian Freerrun. past CJFWF president, at a banquet present.! tion of the William J. Shroder Award Committee. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim, Israel's medical arm for Histadrut, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chairman, led a committee of members of the Greater Miami Histadrut Council, which heard Freeman praise the AfroHarry Bronfman.. 77 Dead in Quebec By Special Report Noted Jewish philanthropist and business leader Harry Bronfman. 77. died Nov. 12 after a long illness. Services were held the following day at his home. 317 The Boulevard. West mount. Que. At the time of his death, Mr. Bronfman was chairman of the board of Kensington Industries. Inc.. and director of production tnd construction of Distillers Corp. Si .trains Ltd. The older brother of the founder and president of DistillersSeagrams, Sam Bronfman, he had directed construction of Seagrams' first U.S. distillery following repeal, at Lawrenceburg, Ind. Mr, Bronfman h •. %  long been active or associated with prominent pish philanthropies and community organizatio is. A Founder of the %  Congress l i is honorary pi it and life governor of the YM and WHA of Canada. A nat've of Manitoba. Mr. Bronfman had lived for many years in Montreal, where he was life governor ol the Jewish General Hospital, honorary president of Mt. Sinai Sanatorium, honorary vice president of United Talmud Tor-1 ahs. and a member of the board of management. Verdun Protestant Hospital. Vice president of the Quebec Province Air Cadet League of Canada, in 1956, Mr. Bronfman set up a $50,000 foundation for widespread training of city welfare workers in Montreal. Survivors include his wife, the former Ann Gallanian; a son. Gel aid: a daughter, Mrs Hy Levitt; Asian Institute and the Shroder Award committee. The committee cited the Hista drut project despite the tact that Shroder Award commendations are not normally made to projects of agencies functioning outsi.e of the U.S. In explaining the program. Free man declared that the Afro-Asian Institute trains people from de veloping nations "in a wide range of specialties, embracing agriculture, village planning, free trade unionism, governmental civil service, and the techniques and objectives of cooperative enterprise and economic pluralism." Accepting the commendation in behalf of the national Israel Histadrut Campaign in the U.S. was Nahum Guttman. director of the organization's Community Rela tions Department. tin brothers. Sam, Abe and .Vlan Bionfman: four sisters, Mrs. Barney Aaron. Mrs. Max Ra.ly. of Winnipeg, Mrs. Jean Groper, ol 11, and Mis Harry Solorenko. i-: Palm Sprint -. 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:.y, November!*. i963 *• Iew#ft Rmrk#+r> Page 11-B Harry Sirkin Will be Honored First J Night of Chanuka at Temple Emanu-EI • nmm A community "flrat" will be initialed by Temple Kmanu-El on Tuesday. Dec. 10. the ftrsl night of Chanuka when the Temple uill ipontor its first Israel-Chanuka festival c inner Announcement of the event was made by Dr. Irving Lehrman, -I'n'Iual leader ot Temple Kmanu El. and Joseph M Upton, Temple president, who will also .serve u chairman ol the occasion, Harry Sirkin, honorary life president of Temple Emanu-EI, will be guest of honor and the recipient of the Israel Redemption Award. Sirkin will be honored for "his devotion to Israel through a long, rich, dedicated life." Sirkin habeen identified with tin development of the Great r Miami Jewish co m in u n 11 y life rince 'aking up resi d e n i i it Miami Beach 30 j ears i i \ pioneei Miami Beach ii %  ii • %  Sirh 'i Mas a founder of Temple Emanu El ol the org inizei oi the Mi ami Beach Jewish Center the i "i the Temple until 15 yeai !!er to be Installed as President Miami Beach Zionist District > %  •.I officers of the Miisl District will be inner dance on Sunlee 1. according to i I Smith and William Sil itm. i i-< hair men. : i start with a cock6 p m. in the \'a R the Deauville Mo %  in Beach merchant i worker, and Silimi Beach hotel er in many Ii cal itions, are both of the Miami %  Ziot i.-itut. and as co %  i nstallation afl lir % %  "i dinm i 11 ler %  %  'program. Em Giller. Miami Beach civic :•• banker, builder and vet•' Zionist, will be installed as Ktdent of the district. A resio Miami Beach since 1934, JBf is a senior vice president Washington Federal Savings Loan Association, organI ec n e Ciller & FryJ Construen Co.. and is a past president •he Florida State Apartment in ation. pasl president of I 'i Apartment (iwn j the Biscayne Ownei Usociation, lan of the ( aval rs 1962 presented Miami Districts ol Eation ol Amer Beach Audi KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS Deer Run • TU 8-4 321 ART RRUNS. Co Own., (idler served as chairman of the installation banquet of the 25th annual conference of the South east Region, ZOA, held at the Dip lomat Hotel last November, and was chairman o( the Building Committee of Hibiscus Lodge Masonic Temple lie is one of the original members of the Hoard of Governors of the Greater Miami .Jewish Federation, Guesl speaker of the evening will be U s Hep ciaude Pepper of the Third Congressional District ni I'.ide County, who will fly in from Washington to make the addi -\ supporter ol Israel and the Zionist movement for man) years, Rep Pepper formerlj ser -el in the I S Senate and was a in. mtiei of the Senate Foreign Ke lations Committee for 12 years, He was one of the principal supporters of the World Court and United Nations, and has been one of the pioneers in the establishment of National Health Institutions and in the adoption of the minimum wage law. The dinner, which will be kosher is open to the public Irving Pietrack and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing and special entertainment lias been planned Reservations ma) i made with Smith, Silverstein, or at Ihe office of the Miami Beach Zionisl Dis tint. 1370 Washington \vt Sirkin was also a found er of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 25 years ago. and Is .i founder o| the Kt. Sinai Ho* pital Sirkin ia life-long member of the Zionisl Organization. With the inception ol the Israel Bond pro ur.un 12 years ago, he became one of the organizers of the Greater Miami Israel Bond effort and has l-ei n a continuous member of the Hoard '.t Governors of Israel Bonds since then Lipton announced that Etman Gives Stole to Hospital For the second straight year, I K Etman fur designer of Mi imi Wi-.'i. h and New York, dostole to Monticello, \ Y Hospital. The stole is idem ieal to th •i de ugned i ir Miss Isra h ul th* • %  Mis \ n\\ i rse %  Et man presi nti d a stole to licell' Hospital t r its bene lit m 1962 in appreciation, the hospital presented the noted fur esigner with a Scroll of Appre ciation. Etman -pent ten years m Is rael as a pioneer Starting in 1920. Dr. Lehrman and Samuel Friedland will serve as honorary chairmen of the Temple EmanuE -Israel Chanuka Festival Dineer. Co-chairman will be Jack S. Prpick, Temple Emanu-EI financial secretary, and chairman cf the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Chairman of the Host Committee will be Mr and Mrs Samuel Lipton Mr. and Mrs. Lipton this week invited members of the committee to a reception at their home, which was to take place Thnrdiv evening. Gables Man Cited By CPA Group Michael S. Brown. 21-y •*#- %  graduate student at the University of Miami, has won a Certificati Honorable Mention for grades on the May. 1963 Uniform Certified Public Accountant Kxamination. according to Dr. Edward S. Lyir. director of education. American In stitute of Certified Public Accountants. New York Brown, of 203 Viscaya Ave., was one of eight candidates to recciv • %  t. e awaru presented by AICPA Buchanan Seeks Sheriff's Seat T. A (Tal 1 Buchanan is a can didate in the Sheriff's race here Dec 3. The Universit) of Miami Law School graduate, who rose from patrolman to sheriff in 12 yean, last week published hiown income tax return "because the pub tic has a right to know." Buchanan said I think that any man who plans to become the chief law enforcement officer of I his county should tell the public what his personal assets are. right at the beginning, because II ju-t isn't possible for a man to devote his energies to protecting the pubhe and engaging in sideline businesses." 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Page 12-B Jfewisf fh>rSdHan Friday, November 22. 1953 Concert of Jewish Music to be Held At Beth David Congregation on Dec. 15 CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON CANTOR LDWAR3 KLEIN *> wm MAM, THAT'S A DISH I muiTo/vT IIMARINAM ) works wonders SAUCE %  to""""* 1 wild Slew BUITOIMI MARINARA SAUCE A concert of Jewish music will be held at Beth David Congregation on Sunday evening. Dec. 15. Featured will be three leading cantors here in a program offering liturgical. Yiddish folk, Israeli and East European music. Sponsor of the event is the Beth David Men's Club. Jerrold Coburn is chairman ot the Concert Committee. On the program will be Cantor William W. Lipson, of Belli David; Cantor Edward Klein, of Temple Menorah; and Cantor Ben Dickson, of Temple Zamora. Mrs. Sonya Balogh, violinist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will be heard in |' a performance of "Nigun." from the Baal Shem Suite, by Ernest Bloch, and the Ivria Suite—ChaskJw C WaAlcVirillC sidic Impressions, by Zinovi Bis%  % % %  • HCISIIUya tntsky. She will be accompanied Tft Tfllff* CiflVPl by Virginia Urban at the piano. ; ,w %  % %  *? WWV71 Cantor Lipson has been cantor Incoming President Mrs. Joseph at Beth David for the past eight Weishaus will accept the gavel years. A native of Chicago, he from her predecessor. Mrs. Nathan studied at the Hebrew TheologiZeichner, at a luncheon of Aviva cal College ami the American ConChapter, Mizrachi Women, on Monservatory of Music. He did his day noon at the Lombardy Hotel. cantonal training with such reRabbi Jonah E. Caplan will be innowned men as Frankel. Perlman, stalling officer, and Schnipilisky. RUNOFF SLATED TUESDAY High and Aronovitz Sweep to Miami Wins SIDNEY ARONOVITZ ll was a twin victor] Tuesday for Miami Mayor Robert Kmu High and Citj Commissioner Sidnej Aronovitz, both of whom were returned to office bj top heavy margins. Whal was characterized athe smallest turnout in 20 year-. Elec tion Day saw Mayor High win his fourth term to office, the first man in the city's history to be mayor four successive terms High easily won over George B. Collins by 19.731 to 7.300. Aronovitz, appointed to the City Commission in 1962 to fill the unexpired ttrm of Judge Henry Balaban, did the trick at the polls this time with a resounding 19,039 to 7,193 for his opponent, Jim McVeigh. Aronovitz captured all 76 voting pre cincts. In the other City Commission race, in Group 3. Steve Clark came out on top with 11,040 to his opponent, Joseph x. DuMond, incumbent, who garnered 8.5 it; William Dock ran third. 6.166. and Angelo Sands came in last with 1.003. (lark and DuMond will be pitted against one another in a runoff next Tuesday. A total of A,.' 149 persons went to the {tolls, also voting to pass the Ordinance Reading. Police Civil Service, Storm Sewers and Segregation Charter Amendments. Miamian Earns ^Hee House Decor Doctoral Degree Prior to coming to Both David, he hold posts at Emanuel Synagogue of Oklahoma City and Beth El Congregation of Akron. Cantor Lipson is a charter member of the Cantors' Assembly of America. Supporters Rally For Kelly Here Former Sheriff Tom Kellv. who Chairmen of the afternoon are Mrs. Max Sternstein and Mrs. Samuel Herman, with Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig and Mrs. Ezra Levine serving on the reception committee. Participating in the day's pro gram will be Mrs. Alfred Stone. coordinator for Mizrachi Women, Cantor Klein, born in New, Mrs. Isidore Ram. Mrs. Isaac BcrYork. attended Yeshiva of Spring ij n Mrs Jonah L C aplan and Mrs Valley. In 1942. he left Bergen Abraham Barkan. Junior College to enter the U.S. All monies raised are earmarked Army, where he served as an f or the Child Restoration Fund. Army Chaplain in the Persian command. Mustered out. in 1946. he entered Juilliard School of Music and the Cantors Conservatory of America. For the past 12 years, he has been officiating as cantor at Temple Menorah on,i e d the successful fight to'make Miami Beach. the office of sheriff elective again, Cantor Dickson has sung with is campaigning in the Dec. 3 race leading choirs in .New York, inhere. luding those of Sholem Secunda, Kelly, a veteran of two World Elias Conviser and Samuel SternWars, was first appointed sheriff ;r. He studied voice at the in 1350. His supporters 5aj that American Theatre Wing in New during office -Kelly established York ; creation of the Police CommuniaIn Miami, he studied liturgical tions System, recognized as the interpretation with Cantor Lipson. finest in the United Statethe I Criminal Bureau of Investigation, formed in 1950: the Dade County Police Academy, offering the first training program for officers and patrolmen in Dade's history; and Theme for 47th General Assema modern rehabilitation program hly of the Union of American Helor prisoners." brew Congregations, being held in> In 1953. "he was the prime movChicaso th's week, is "Pursuit of l er f a special act of the legislaExcellcnce.'' | ture to establish civil service proAttending from Temple Judea of tection for employees of the SherCoral Gables are Rabbi Mordecai! iff's Department." Sanford Elwitt. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt, 17241 NE 11th Ct.. has received a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Cornell University. An alumnus ol Miami Beach High. Elwitt earned a BA from Cornell, a Master's from the University of Michigan, and was a Fulbright Fellow in France during 1960-61 While at Cornell, he helped establish a koahet kitchen on campus. Now assistant professor of European history at the Universit) of Southern Illinois. Kluitt. his wife. Marcia. and son. Jonathan, live in Carbondale, ill., where the university is located. A coffee house decor will create the atmosphere for the "Beatnik Ball" to be given Wednesday night by Temple Ner Tamid young adults in the Sklar Audi torium of the Temple. Dr. Wolfson Will Lecture "Thanksgiving and the Art o: Being Happy"' will be the lector. topic by Dr. Abraham Wolfson or. Thursday morning before the Spin oza Forum for Adult Education at the Washington Federal Auditor mm. 1234 Washington Ave. On Thursday, at 9 p.m.. Dr. Woli son will lecture at the College Jewish Studies at Beth Tor.ih Col gregation. His topic will be • w. S| 11 ii/a a Good Jew?" Judea Delegates Attend Conclave Podet, who is participating in a workshop on adult education; Mrs. In 1957, Kelly was named "Sheriff of the Year" by the more than Broward ZOA To Hear Salter Frank Tob'ack, president of the 3,000 members of the National Sisterhood; and Mrs. Alfred Reich, Association. national board. Sisterhood FederaHis other honors include 1960 tion. i Good Government Award, U.S. A report on the biennial conven-, Junior Chamber of Commercetion will be given by Rabbi Podet; Citation for Meritorious Service iii at Friday evening services, Nov. • 1962. Governor's Committee on 29. Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, direc-! Employment of the Handicappedtor of South Florida Federation of Cooper-Taylor Memorial Award the Southeast Council, will be in 1960 for Public Safety Promopulpit guest. tion, Florida Jaycees; annual Award for Distinguished Service' in 1957 to the Youth of Florida I Board of Trustees, Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch Fund; Award for' Outstanding and Meritorious Ser-' Broward Zionist District anvice in Hurricane Donna Amcri-i nounces a meeting at Temple Beth, can Red Cross; Appreciation Sholem on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. Award in 1959. North Miami Beach Guest speaker will be Ben SalJaycees; and a plaque in recoe ter. president of the Jewish Weinition of his "Outstanding Contri fare Federation of Hollywood, and butions to Nationwide Law En acting chairman of the South forcement" from the National Broward Division of the United Sheriffs Association 1957 Fun.'. %  Salter is a practicing attorney Crfcu,,,,*,—-. .. P and has been a Hollywood resident Jcnl 0 "*nian fO Speofc for 20 year,. He Veently return Loins Sehwartzinan, executive m a month's visit to Israel. director, Bureau of Jewish Ediie. Musical program will be furtion. will be featured sneaker nished by Mrs. Emily Graubard. Tuesdaj evening it the I 1 accompanied by MJas Carole Mat l'cret/. School 1549 SW Srri K "''T Schwartzinan. who recentl* re Refreshments will follow. Joe turned from Israel will discus. Perry will be presiding officer. "Jewish Education [n UraaL* THANK YOU! The entire C/orlc Family sincerely appreciates the friendship and Support you expressed Tuesday ... We hope you Coniin/c kaf Support at fhc Polls TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th. r %  Wmr Progress ELECT STEVE CLARK Miami City Conimisioiier J Pull LEVER 1-A Honorary Board of Direct*, Beth Kodesh Men's Club Post Chairs Miami Planning and Zoning Board GKKKRAL <<>Vlic\< T Olt I'.l Pol \ \y



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Friday November 22. 1963 *#VH'## 1 m^rnHli^r Page 13-B Croubor* iohn levenfhaf Steven UhilUti Robert friedberg J$ar Jfylitzvalt Lrry Kratlsh wp, jon <>f Mr and Mrs. Sam Ush, uill observe his Bar Mitzon Saturday morning, Nov. during .ervicei conducted by lb. Sfamaryabu T. Swirsky at Israelite tenter. m^v celebrant is in the eighth le a; -m iKindoah Junior High attends UM Centers Reli School Dewing -i rvices on Friday the ceremony on SatMr and Mrs. Kratish will In Qneg .shabbat and the Ki.!dush in their MB'a honor. Larry will also be honored at a reception to be held at the Biscay nc Terrace on Sunday. Grandparents of the Bar Blitzvah, Mr. and Mrs. M. Samel, of New Jersey, will attend the observance and celebration. < • • Dennis Fain Bar Mitzvah of Dennis Allen, son of Mr and Mr*. Arthur Fam. will be observed duriBR tatrvices Saturday morning. Nov. 2:t. 4 Young Israel of Greater Miami. MK. AMD MKS. fUtUr WUSS Dinner Will Executive il Hungarian to Reopen at Former in Time for Thanksgiving Day Mr and Mrs. Philip "He asked such a fantastic price their Royal Hungarto renegotiate the lease on the for Thanksgiving, restaurant, that we were forced bi celebrating the 18th to relinquish the premises." Wei-s of their restaurant, recalled Wedncsdav Income an institution Months followed of Investigate h. jn K locations that proved unsult .i year ago, a new a t,i,. roomi th.it were too small, I the lease on thc a m i areu undesirable. Washington Ave. •. F na || > i vuln time getting short, in desperation are decided to build. Short!) after permits were issued, electricians and plumbers lured, we learned that the lease on 731 Washington, our Young Jr. exeeu oi,i site, was again available -it "f the National L'r-a fairly modest price Mill be guest speakwithout an) hesitation, Mr and ii annnual Equal Op-Mrs Weiss reported that "we %  mner Saturday at rushed ,0 redecorate the dining 1 Hotel. room and re -equip the kitchen so of the President's that we could grael our many Youth Employment, friends on Thanksgiving, 1964. at dean of the Atlanta the original Weiss Hungarian Res : School of Social Worktaurant in its home at 731 Wash 1 to 1361. In October.jnnton Ave." ined the Urban League, m of the dinner is Mrs. WflldlllCin S HOS T !" Sr&2 ^"Thanksgiving Plan Blanche Calloway, Mrs. Waldman's Hotel. 43rd St. and tchik, Mrs. Maude K.the Ocean, operated by the WaldGaltha Martinez, and man family, is making this com'l"ic. president of Bish-ing Thanksgiving holiday, a fam ^en • Fielden, advertising ily Thanksgiving. Anyone staying over the Thanksgiving weekend at the Waldman Hotel may invite ft Elects Member ,w0 u s,s for the trad tlonal [ Thanksgiving dinner. lundra R. Kaplan was "Too many families miss lerabers elected to theThanksgiving with their near and iMitute of Certified Pub-dear ones." said Sam Waldman. pants this week. Albert president of the company. "We lent of the Dadewill try to keep all families to fapter of the organiza-uethcr this year for a real noli need the appointment, day Thanksgiving." ler on Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will officiate, D' m iia -indent al North Miami Junior High and a carrier fee the Jo irnal Publishers A dinner in honor of the celebrant will be held at Michel's Robert Friedberg Bar Mitzvah ol Robert Martin Friedlx : will be celebrated at services conducted t Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro on Saturday morning, Nov. 23. at Beth David. An eighth grade student at South .Miami Junior High, where he plays trumpet in the school band, Robert's favorite sport is golf. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedberg, and grandson of Mrs Fannie Kopel. the celebrant will be honored at the Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a reception on Saturday evening at Wcstbrooke Country Club. • 1 Joseph Graubart Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will, officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Joseph Howard Graubart during services Saturday morning, Nov. 23. at Temple Menorah. The celebrant is a student in the Temple's Religious School and also attends Nautilus Junior High. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Graubart, 8909 Irving Ave., will honor him at a dinner reception to be held Saturday evening at the Americana Hotel. Don Laderman Don Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs Reuben D. Lederman. 6248 SW 14th St.. will be Bar Mitzvah during services Saturday morning. I Nov. 23. at Temple Zamora Rabbi Hershel Brooks will of ficiate at the ceremony and pre: sent a Ner Tamid award to Don ; and his brother Jan Craig who observed his Bar Mitzvah just a year ago. The celebrant is a student in : West Miami Junior High, where he plays in the percussion section | of the concert and marching • i bands. Mr. and Mrs. Lederman will 1 host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following services on Saturday morning. t David Golden Early morning services at Temple Zion on Saturday, Nov. 23. will include the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving i Golden, and grandson of Mrs.: Lena Golden and Mr. and Mrs. Sam L'lanoff. Rabbi Alfred Wax-1 man will officiate. An eighth grade student at Weal Miami Junior High, David plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion confirmation class Kiddush will honor the cele-' brant. Steven Schiffres Bar Mitzvah of Steven Schiffres will be celebrated during Saturday morninu services. Nov. 23, conducted by Dr. Irving Lelnmao at Temple Fnianu El. Steven is in the eighth grade at Ida M Fisher Junior High. where he plays clarinet in the I school band. He is the recipient Beth Shiran Boy To Get Award [ Bill David Press, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Press, of 9790 SW l4graa]0 sw*i, %  at th MKUUI Junior High and plays cornel m the concert orchestra. As a participant in the Citadel Military Academy summer program, he won awards and badges for marksmanship in riflery. An active athlete, the celebrant's hobby is collecting coins. He plans to continue his religious education. John Leventhal Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of John Leventhal during services Satur day morning. Nov. 23, at Temple Emanu-El. John is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a member of the orchestra and Science Club. Interested in mod el building and sports, he was selected as All-Star Little Leaguer twice and belongs to the Miami Beach Youth Symphony. Mr. and Mrs. David Leventhal, parents of the celebrant, will honor him at a luncheon in the Fontainebleau Hotel following the ceremony. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milch, will be here from New York City for the Bar Mitzvah. OPENS THANKSGIVING DAY NOV. 28 THOROUGHBREDS IN ACTION! DAILY THRU JAN. 16 POST TIME 1:11 TAKE THE PALMETTO EXPRESSWAY! iiaiaU.il, funtastic Save 50* on your room at New York's Hotel Governor Clinton! Have 50% more to spend for a "funtastic" week-end on the town! What a deal! 50% off on all rooms and suites every day Thursday thru Monday check-out time. Singles from $4.75 (usually from $9.50). Twins I Doubles from $6.75 (usually from $13.00). 1200 rooms with private bath, shower, TV, air-conditioning. Theatre Ticket Service. Write-phone: Victor J. Giles, Gen. Mgr. PE 6-3400. HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON 7th Ave. at 31st St., New York, Opposite Prim. Station



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T>~~~ inn Page 14-B +Jewtet> Fkridttntn Friday, November 22. HJ63 Mesivta Will Honor Robinson Here on Dec. 1 Miami Beach Councilman Hvman P. Galbut (riqht), dinner chairman, officially advises Leo Robinson that he has been selected as guest of honor at the third annual scholarship dinner for Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami on Dec. 1 at Waldman's Hotel. JWV Commander Seeking Interview With Khrushchev Things are looking up lor the possibility of a trip to Moscow for Jewish War Veterans National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, who Wednesday told The Jewish Florid ian: The highest ranking soviet official on this subject in Washing•i ins hot for it." Puroose of the trip would be for Heller to discuss the plight of the Jewish community in the Soviet Urion today with Nikita Khrushchev. Heller said the possibility of such a trip was raised at the Sov' iet Embassy in Washington about e weeks ago, •when we had more than a one and a hall hour talk on it." Several days after leaving Washton, Heller said that the same high Soviet official dropped into JWV's national headquarters to lind out if he would make the trip in the event Khrushchev were busy at the time, "if, in short, I'd be willing to discuss the Soviet Jewish question with other top Russian leaders." Heller said the official was given a flat "no" despite the fact that some of the leaders hinted at included Aleksei Adzhubei, editor of "Izvestia," and Khrushchev's son-in-law; Leonid Brezhnev, chairman of the Soviet Presidium; and Marshall Rodion Malir.ov-ky. Minister of Defense. He reported that the Jewish War Veterans, meeting at their nationI al convention in Washington, had mandated him to attempt to make the visit. Heller said that he has based his attempt to see Khrushchev on the fact that both had been veterans fighting a common foe during the Nazi holocaust and that JWV is not "purely a religious organization." Expressing the "fervent hope that the Soviet authorities are sin-! cere in the quest for world peace j and the present thaw in AmericanSoviet relations," Heller said he would not be going to Moscow "in | the role of accuser, but in an effort to explore and discuss reports of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union." Heller said "I want to go with an open mind. There are three million Jewish inhabitants in the Sovj iet Union, and I feel that the! American Jewish community has j a right to know if these reports mean that they are in danger." Violinist Will Teach in Gables Eugene Dubois. former concertmaster of the University of Miami Symphony, and professor of violin at the university's School of Music, is planning to devote the major portion of his time to teaching violin at his cniarged Coral Gables Studio. Dubois, who played with the New York Philharmonic, was still a very young man when he served as concertmaster of the Chicago Opera Company and then with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York. He subsequently jo ; ned the Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra as concertmaster and soloist. and served in the same ca paeity with the Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra during the -„~ ons there. From 1950 on. the University of Miami contracted for Dubois' services as concertmaster. The Kugene Dubois Studio is lqcated at 6915 Camarin Ave., Coral Gables. AJConqress Day To be Observed Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi dent, Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, has announced that Friday will be ob served, as "American Jewish Congress Day. In honor of the occasion, Leo Pfeffer, general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, and national chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action, will speak over WEDR-FM, between 7:45 and 8:15 p.m. on'Sunday evening, Nov. 24. Leo Robinson. Miami banker and civic leader, has been singled out for special honors to be bestowed on him at the Mesivta scholarship dinner on Sunday. Dec. 1. at Waldman's Hotel. In accepting the honor. Robinson said that "creative leadership in Jewish life is not possible without a Torah education. The Mesivta of Greater Miami is the training ground for Torah education in depth. From this school will come forth our educators rabbis, and lay leaders to guarantee the future of Judaism in America." Robinson has served as cochairman of the Florida Chapter of Yeshiva University and member of the National President's Council of Yeshivah. Former president of the Florida Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, he is a member of the board of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Ilobinson has been identified with many community causes He has served as president of National Children's Cardiac Hospital and member of the board of St. Francis Hospital. Hyman P. Galbut i^ dinner chairman. Alexander C, Moskovits, Louis Merwitzer. Samuel Reinhard are co-chairmen. Honorary committee includes Shepard Broad, chairman. Charles Fluent•nan and Harrv Genet as eoihairmen. Arrangements Committee are Louis Pollack, chairman. S. Louis Schwartz and Mis Irwin H. Makovsky as co-chairmen. Parents Committee are Max Sternstein, chairman. Marvin-Lipman and Philip Jacoby as cochairmen. Rabbi II. Louis Rottman. a Youth Join Training Group At Beth David Men's Club of Beth David Congregation has succeeded in organizing the first Leaders" Training Fellowship in the Greater Miami area. l.TF is a national organization sponsored by the Jewish Theolog ical Seminary of America and composed ot teen-agers who dedicate themselves to six hours of Jewish study a week, as well as service to their synagogue Members of the Beth David l.TF are Marcis Cypen, Edysse Hershhem.. Henry Isscnberg, Shelley Lipson. Jerome Orlin, Philip Rabin, Sharon Reinhard. Ellen Sehaehter. Ann Scherr, Sharon Shavm. and Ann SteinbergMen's Club chairman of the pro ject is Harry I'ypcn Group lead eis ari' Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Saul Rabin, education director at Beth David. founder and vice pn % %  Mesivta. said that • ., be honored lor his noble assi ,.\ toward the advancement ol r >|| gious education in • ,, Miami community, and for s edicated service to the V : V t a High School." Youth Camp Report During Friday evening s, it Temple Beth Shoiom a % %  ,.-, on National Federation of Tfenv. pie Youth Camps ua.< givn by Fllen Shapiro, Ronald Kroni. Marvin Gillman. Herschel Rosen thai. Mrs Sam Gordon. MrMai tin White and Mrs. Stanley Spieler. THE VOICE OF THE TORAH SHALL BE HEARD IN OUR LAND' SUNDAYS 12 \00.\ n\ IKAIHO WKIIK-FM MM THETORAH HOUR THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION WILL BE NARRATED AND INTERPRETED BY THE WORLD RENOWNED SCHOLAR AND TORAH AUTHORITY IIABB1 Oil. TIKOII II. STI-HV Spiritual Leader of Beth Jacob Congregation Founder of the "TORAH SOCIETY OI< Till: All** "May your home be a sanctuary. Invite the word of G-D into your abode. The success of my aim to spread the lorah depends on you. Join the Torah Society of the Air Form family and neighborhood groups, and let us join into a Sunday noon Torah class of the air Let us nil prepare uniform Bibles. My course will start in Genesis. 32-4 "Vavishlarh ""l~ 'T***^^ 1U be ,o„owed. You, q u es „o„s are ^^^S^S^T* For membership and free Bibles, write to TORAH SOCIETY 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Sincerely, RABBI TIBOR H. STERN !" E !" H "Ol H Will" Be S pnnfi0r ^ lv: 2ION CORPORATION OF FiORIDA BERKOWITZ CORONET HOTEL AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS INC MR. JACOB COHEN, Honorary Sensor WEDR-FM 99.1 1



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November 22. 1963 + lewis* Fkirid/an Page 15-B Mrs. Harry Kline, of Johnstown. Pa., and four grandchildren. Services were Nov. 17 in Cordon Funeral Home. rt Beach Funeral Direcnrd T. Newman (left) lied second vice preslthe Jewish National Directors Association [rention of the orqan, New Orleans. Conkg him is Marvin St. Louis, newlyresident. T Judge's Passes [Silver, mother of forjpjl Judge Sam I. Siltii' Nov. 13 at the a^e who lived at 707 Coral Gables, came ago from Wot Blocll\: Mil by tWO MRU, Ulei and Judge SilBlter, Mrs. Beatrice ither. Morris Kaler, i listers, Mr>. [i i Miami, and Mrs ingham, Ma .' ; six great eld No' 14 al Voolfe Away Beach resident W ooll • ol I died Ni Hi m, England, he ago, lie was le Miami Beach and a former men lor) board for the li.nni Beach Board a building conestate man and }l owner. He was Volken, ..t three iii • Miami Beach, [si Peten Fritz Reiner; Noted Conductor NEW YORK (JTAi — Fritz IN incr. one of the worlds great est orchestra conductors, died lure of pneumonia last weekend. The Budapest-born Jewish maestro \\;i74. Me received his early formal training in music in Hungary, and came to the liuted States in 1922 In 1928, he became an American Citizen He joined the Metropolitan Opera in 1948, and stayed for five years In 1953 he took on the foundering Chicago Symphony. and molded it Into one of Amen ca's finest orchestras. He retired as conductor of the Chicago Symphony last April. He had been a guest conductor with most major orchestras in the United States Beth Am Goes To Convention Dr. Herbert If, Baumgard atended the 4Jth General Assembly li the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations In Chicago this week. Other delegates from Beth Am were President Joseph Altschuller. Alan Kessier, Bynon Cherkas and Robert Newman, who is also a member ol the Board ol Trustees of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Sisterhood was represented by President Mrs Robert Newman, Mrs I .i-eph Altschuller. and Mrs Alan K< ssler Ellis Robins, newlj appointed administrative director, attended the convention of Temple Adnunistrators, also held in Chicago. SMUOW Rabbi Zwitman is Guest Good Will Committee of the Greater Miami Rabinical As-ocia tion Jyis igvited Rabbi J\Ig(ban II. Zwitman to be pulpit guest at next Tuesday morning services in the newly-completed chapel ol the Good Will industries, 1130 NW 22nd St. Rabbi Zwitman s sermon will be "It is Good to Give Thanks Into the Lord 7.KV BBe '••'. of %  •' \l l -• ill. I %  .1 .1 Not IS t retired I I..1111. al > naint i r. he came here 13 v. rp nara fi om Clrvi IB nd, n H' wan ii member nf Temple iarael i.f Miami, Miami i-.-:,. i, Lodge i --I R'nn 1* I'II. :, life member of the Chemical Hnaineerlne, Koriet) and :i r-iiriil chemical ena*lneei foi Oem*ral Rlectrlc Burvlvlna are a-lfi i -'h.-i a brother. Loutu Krallow, and %  idaier, fShlaela Rablno\ i. i )...t)i .,( N. ,v fork %  \IN S.I \ i. u i. held Not Is in RIvernMe Mi moi Uil Ch in< i Nor iii.,ii.i> b SCMEINHAUS. MiKtephanv, • : tS, of MOO HW l-'i, r. ,ii. ,| Sot I*. S rvi. s in \\ Ihridge, N I Rit arable. ROSENBERG. Mm Rndle, ol '•" %  • Michigan tve Hervicea In x. V.nk flordon FREIDSON. Jneeph. 75, nf IO1S0 B. iiv Harb. r Dr. .li.-.l N..v IS Barvii-.-in Ma-irhuaettf lliv. rside. SOBEL. Jacob, •.;. of M7I BW 1Mb st ciurdun. GERSTEIN. \>. .,1, .in. SS, of MSO SW .'Mi I.n. died Sot I.' (lorrion RUBINSTEIN. Ur> I'.. i'. .... • SW !1lfa T.i S. k | MI N. M > Rivi Kli GREENFIELD. I n. a, K Ml' "..'in! Pi I died N"nt I! Sei v • i Sen Yrrlt Rli • ralde SHACMAT. n in Ml. m IS, ..| N I' I I XIII IJ 111M ROSE. %  i -• • STE.NER. I'h fINEBERG. I i i FOCELSO-. Mil %  i NOOOLEMAN. -\\ J-ll, BRESLOW. Mis KM FENSTERHEIM. MiI ItlM IMAMMEL. ;., Of I Mil Si %  I: KI. i. I: Kill, RAXLEN. i ,. .. %  •>:. :i a n i >i S.M %  %  T iron1.1, i 'an Klvi rs:,l, STERN. IVnli i :;i,l \i: |70th St >. : .. In I'll l-li.llj;h I ., Sew mi ii BRIGHT. Kthi-I, IS, ..i : 1 su |M)tb An dii .1 No* li s. 11 a. > in Newark. .S r. LEOERMAN. i h rl.-. 73, of •S3.", SW n.iii si ,ii, ,i Xo :'.. >;..1,1. .II LEVIN. \li|..i.i. 7". of JHSfl I-'.MIi n .II i \. i III.III SCHLE8INGER. II lit, 57. of •" n.iii Hi Itlvi-rnldi RUDY. Karl .I.i 12, o| !| ... |'.,,w \\,.\,\v III. in KALES, IM-I.I. fi, oi ... u tahlnaton AM Kervk-en in New York Newman LEVIN. Mi Mary. M, ol ;:n; Vh %  %  Ave Si I vk'ei in Kl Louia ltl\i Hide Gallery Director Shows Paintings Temple lieth Sholom Art Gallery is presenting a showing of watercolora by the gallery's art lirector, Sandra Goldman, to run until Dec. 15. Mrs. Goldman was educated at the Massachusetts School of Art. the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and the University of Miami. She has exhibited at the Lowe Art Gallery. Horit in Ft Lauderdale. Design Derby in 1959. Huston Art Festival in 1960. and Miami Beach Art Center, Massachusetts Art Center and World Art Center in Boston. Australian Will Speak on Friday South Shore Unit of the American Association for the UN will present John If. Brophy. a prominent Australian, on Monday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Bldg 1234 Washington Ave. Brophy. who has traveled extensively In ASM and Africa and lived and worked in Japan for nine years, will speak on "What the UN Means to the People in the Far Fast Second par! of the program will be a film on the General Assembb with narration by Solomon Lifter. principal of thi Ida M Fisher Hi -l> School LEGAL NOTICE Students Slated In Ceremony Over 125 beginning Hebrew School students will participate in the annual consecration ceremony during late Friday evening services at Beth Torah Congregation. George Katzman. chairman. Board of Education, has announced. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spirit ual leader, will officiate. Certificates will be distributed by Joseph Schmier, president of the congregation; Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, president. PTA; Mrs. Stanley Stein, president. Sisterhood; Mark BerfWT, president. Men's Club; and Katzman. Instructors of first grade classes are Mrs DoTOthj Giuen. Mrs. Morris Levin. Mrs Jack Diamond and Emanuel Fedor Under the direction of Mrs. Berta Harriett, music director, the students will participate in the narration and singing of "The Learning of Torah IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN A\D FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12575 \. ii: \ I.I;I: JoHNSoN, I'l %  mint. .li IHN w it.r\l:n lOHNHON l >. i. ii.l.uii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T(>: JOHN u ti.r\i:i> .IIIMNSI '.\ li. 'in..ni Pai k Bai II 10 fcTlmon, Ni w York Yor AKI: HKRRKY notified thai > i'i.inplnliii f..r IHvoree baa bren filed .iK.unsi > mi. iinil >iiu aiilii-ii-li> i>quired lo aerve :i eopj ..f \..nr An-u.i to the i .mill.urn mi the L'laintiffs attorney. ". i; ST Kit MUnUltki. \vh...-. uddreiu is .i.'l N.W. llih Htreet, Mi.. mi. l|..na.. .mil flliliu ..rminii ..! \..ii! Al|si\.iIII Ihfl ..fli.-I'l lh.Clerh i.i the Kleventh Judicial ilnui iii ami tor Hade t'ounty, FTorldn, on i.r before til.23rd day of i • %  • -•-?,1 %  IMS, in default "f which the t'omPIHIIII %-. 111 i.. taken u cunleeaed b) \ ou DATED the SOth day '.r November, t| t: H LEATHKRMAN i'l, i k ni I Inriii nil Court IM.III Eh : C. P tiU'Ki.AMi Di put) Clei k 11 22-29, I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S13C6A IN RE: Estate > %  ( IAMI.S IIAIIH\ll) lilUVKS, Ji: l., aaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII GiBnlHnm ami AII Pi I en* llavln iliilmtor Damandii Aaaenal SiUd Enlalr; Ynn ure lii'ii-l>> n..|ifi..l aAd n-quiri-il ti. BTvavnl :n> iluims and oWman.ls nhirli ymi maj' bavi .i_-.uii-t the i -I.iii nl Jaiiii s Harwin.il i;i..\.s. Jr., deceased utte of Dode t'ounty, h'liniila. li. I InCount) Juilms County, and file the sume In diiplleiitf .in.i ..provided In s...Uiui TSS.1S, Florida Btutntee, In their offli-ee In thw i'"Uin> Cotirihouac m Dad* County, Florida, :iinn its .al. niiiii .1 (rom the time of the flral pnblh-atlon hereof, or thi nami ill i bat %  I Ml. il .ii Miami, Florida, 111 da. i Novemlx A.D I9i I 111.I is H Rl HIS, K)Hi 101 i. ni .in Road M i,mi Deai h, i loi I I I is vi \. lllls II,. i ,i da) of N..\. nil., i tRl III \ I .-..i tl '. I. %  • I \ %  l'l.l 1*1 .1-1 Brothers Will Get Awards Jan and Don Lederman. suns nt Mr and Mrs. Reuben Ledermai.. of 6248 SW llth St.. will be pre sented the Ner Tamid Award highest award in Jewish scouting. at services at Temple Zamora on Saturday morning Don. who will also be celebrat iOJ his Bar Mitzvah, is a second class scout in Troop 308. He attends West Miami Junior High and is a member of the pre-con firmation class. Jan is a first class scout, and attends West Miami Junior High He is a member of the confirmation class of 1964. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT l">N T> APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 63C 12367 To W'l. in li Ma' Concern N..I .. %  s )i. r %  I.-, c.i .n t Iii 1 lh" II'III.T-I-MI-II netltlmiei HETTY VUW1INIV l:\sS HKMRRKE, "tins.renldenri ,,l,| r ..-,.,,:.,. s \\" -I Sin-. • n tinCR) of Miami, I'mli County. Florida. %  it. ii it.. .%  i.i• Is t.. the Honorable Judge of Hi. Eleventh Judicial Clrcult. In and for lIn I'.K'I I V \IHi;iM\ ItASS M'.li'UT b) wlii.ii n.mi. -li. sliull thereaStarl Inkm. a n n,t. .1 II Men ml. Flvrl In. thh l-nh I %  l..-%  •' N'..\ emlMu Aii • %  I:I;TTV \II:I;IN:\ I:\SS HEMIIREE I'.-it II. in r KELLY RRI H >K s t R< 'I'KS \n..i ii.-for Petltlo %  &f 18 Al. .i, i %  it... i labti r 11 :::•'. I • IN THE COUNTY ii'OOFS COURT IN AN'O FOR DADF COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO '295-B in RK r-i..t. KAXSIR Vtl.VI'I.IN NOTICE TO CREO'TORS ln> t" I .1 • ha \ i r -. M" MIXll rhide Count Ida, to the I luilgi I II. Flol liln Stiitut. : %  : • the t '..MM i i • '..mi t) I within montha from the time of the flri*t j-nl.li. ill..-, hereof, or the Mlllli ill rred Dated nl Miami, Florida, thin nth da) ..i N'utn mln i A I • ;: % % %  :. I.I :•' MIX i >i. IN \s Kxeeutor First |. ill.II. aliuii nf this notli-i on ih. Mini day .-f Xi.v.nii.. i. lafij IIAKnl.l' TANNEN Attol ne) for K\i utoi ti.-.n S.-vl.olil f.ltilrlitn; Miami St, i'l. riila ii ::%  ::•. I! t-ll ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeni§f fkridfi&r solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates // 1 II 3-4605 lor messenger serrlce LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C121B6 i:\lll. In Ml HUES ri.nntilT. Ve i;l.i.|:l\ HERN IXI>EZ MIKRKS I •• f undent NOTICE OF PUBLICATION •I-., in., .in \ HERN tNl>BZ MIKI w. nlda ."• So %  -'.-' %  \: •''' Marianao, Cuba. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
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November 22, 1963

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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cJewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH mtKVf
36 Number 47
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 22, 1963
Two Sections--Price 21
ennedy Hits Amendment to Cut Egypt Aid
LOUIS MARSHALL AWARD WINNER
'oldberg Flays USSR
listreatment of Jews;
"alls for 'Rights Court'
V yORK(JTA) Establish- tion of all who believe in the dig-
.m International Court of nity of man to protest the denial
Rights, to enforce the "es- of human rights whenevei or
civil rights" ol the Univer- wherever it occurs."
aration ol Human Rights Justice Goldberg stressed the
led Nations was urged mistreatment ol Jews in the Soviet
; by Associate Justice Ar- lm0I1 ..s ., graphic case in point.
Goldberg, of the United Bnd emphasized that evidence of
- me Court.
iK-e Goldberg spoke before
ilucators, scholars and lead
i rican business and la-
i when he and nine other
h communal leaders receiv
annual Louis Marshall
. a dinner conducted by
! Patrons Societj of
i iei logical Seminary
.i Earlier in the day.
r Court Justice receiv-
honorary degree from the
i >.
declaring that the u-imple-
ited Universal Declaration of
nan Rights "amounts only to
nanifesto, a statement of
IK and not binding law," Jus-
Goldberg said that, "sadly
ugh," the United States and
er Western nations had been
lliance with Communist bloc
ntries in objecting to "the
ting up of international ma-
nery for implementation on
untenable grounds that this
Uld tend to undermine the
le-eiqnty and independence of
Ites."
-.ud the time is overdue"
shment of the interna-
' and that the absence
"int "increases the obliga-
Says Rider Would Hurt
Our Foreign Assistance
Program in Middle East
WASHINGTON(JTA)President Kennedy stepped into the Sen.
State Department debate over terminating aid to Egypt this week wit *
a denunciation of the proposal and a warning that it might produce
results the opposite of those intended.
Continued on Page II A
JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBERG
Mizrachi Requests Soviet
OK Russian Jewish Study
LONG BEACH. NY (JTA)
An appeal to the Soviet Govern-
ment to permit a representative
body of American Jewish leaders
to conduct an "unfettered" study
of the general conditions of Rus-
sian Jewry was voiced here this
week bv Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh-
blum. president of the Religious
Zionists of America.
He told the RZA 54th anm-al
convention that Soviet authorities
had denied repeated and wide-
spread charges of "religious and
cultural genocide" and that only a
fact-finding group. allowed to
spend a month in the USSR with-
out interference, could report
objectively and reliably" on the
situation of Russian Jews.
ots before the Israeli Consulate
in New York, which he called
"shameful." He urged all Is-
raelis to resolve religious dis-
putes peacefully and to ask the
Israel Government "to elevate
religiov* tenets in the running
of the *."
Hut such requests, he added
Referring to a clause approved
by both the House and Senate in
the current Foreign Aid Bill, the
President cited at his press con-
ference the unfavorable repercus-
sions o! the L'nited States decision
in 1956 to cancel aid to the Egyp-
tian Aswam Dam project.
He said 80 percent of the Uni-
ted States aid to Egypt was in
surplus food. Calling Egypt a
poor and proud country, he said
he did not think the wording of
the amendment strengthened the
United States in dealing with
Egypt. He stressed that he did
not think such "threats" would
bring about the desired result.
The President admitted concern
over the Blow withdrawal of Egyp-
tian troops from Yemen and said
he fearedgreater tensions between
Egypt and Saudi Arabia unless
that withdrawal was speeded up.
He made it clear he believed that
US Attacks
Arab Leader
For Statement
UNITED NATIONS iJTA -
The United states openly accused
Ahmed Shukairy. spokesman for
the "Palestine Arab Delegation."
this week of making "many mis-
statements.*' Israel and other
delegations have frequently charg-
ed Shukairy with distortions but
the United States has avoided
such comments.
Shukairy took up most 01 a
morning meeting of the- Assem-
bly's Special Political Committee
He made it clear he hcneveci inai ^ ,en,,mv aal.k mo,, 0, lt
if there were failures in the Mid- ._. .. S|a,s The
die East, as well as other areas.
that the foreign aid restrictions
Hut such requests, he added tnai me loreign a.a res.r.cuur.s nf MU.ation
must be made within the frame- would be the cause. He called the
Continued on Page 2 A Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
imed at the United States. The
committee is considering the Arab
He also condemned the recent
demonstrations staged by ieal-
Jabotinsky Remains Report
Denied by Herut Party
DEPLORES VIEW OF SCHOLARS
[hange Firm Stand on Jesus,
hbbi Eisendrath Tells UAHC
VGO (JTAi Dr. Maur- the significance of Jesus by point-
reassess and revise its atti-
their teachings on the doctrines
toward Jesus and to mter-
Jesus "as a positive and I Continued on Pa.ge 7-A
I tic spirit in the stream of I
i tradition."
li.ic-sing the 47th biennial
[urn Urn of the Reform organi-
Dr. Eisendrath referred I
'be fact that the Catholic1
rcn's
TEL AVIV iJTA) The meanwhile for the first time pub-
Herut Party issued an official de- lished an article calling for the
mat this week of press reports transfer. The article declared
that Premier Levi Eshkol had that the Histadrut attitude toward
agreed to the transfer of the re- Jabotinsky may remain as it is.
mains ol the late Zeev Jabotin.sky but that the State should consul
from the United States to Israel, er the question in a [actual and
The statement, issued after sev- realistic way and order'the trans-
eral hours of party discussion, fer ol the remains to Is. i el
stressed that no Herut Party of-< "Jabotinsky has von the right
ficial had anv discussion on the to be buried in Israel irrespective
subject with the Prime Minister, of whether there is a will or not.
A. similar denial was issued by The transfer of the remains would
the Premiers office. It was ex- strengthen the feeling that all
ion are part and
and. therefore.
ake into con-id-
standing issue ui i" > > -~ -*""
less the Government raised the eration any political rift ;
matter on its own initiative.
The Histadrut daily. Davar. declared.
Earlier in the week, the Unit-
ed States introduced a resolution
asking the Palestine Conciliation
Commission to continue its ef-
forts to resolve the problem pur-
suant to a 1948 resolution calling
for repatriation of the refugees
to Israel or payment of compen-
sation to them. The United
States draft said "with deep re-
gret" that no progress had been
Continued on Page 3-A
: \i;o (JTA1 Dr. Maur- me signuic.iiu.s- > = j ------ (he premier's office It was ex- strengtnen me i
Eisendrath, president of ing to the Jewish origins of Jesus ^ (ha( ^ gemt par|y had par(s of |hc nati(
Union of American Hebrew tMCl*fcp. Later Hebrew pi oph- (m? ^ e, (lf ,srae|
a ton Xcd et- wh0M W0,'kS ."J C,a'UK 2 standing issue of the transfer un- one should not t
-auons. nas acivisen jcw ,. ho|ars had a|s0 ha.-ed ." ...........Qico,, ,h .*.. .,.. nnliii
Argentine Chief
Vows Battle
On Prejudice
BUENOS AIRES (JTA
President Arturo IIIia told an 11-
man Jewish delegation this week
Lhat "In Government as in my pri-
t and di vate |jlp be|orc j 5U8tain the same
ference of opinion. the article aMjtude of condemnation of anti-
Ecumenical Debates Stand on Jews
Semitism."
The delegation members repre-
sented the seventh plenary ses-
sion of the South American execu-
tive of the World Jewish Con-
gress. President Illia promised
objections were the Jewish leaders that the doors
of the Government House would
always be open to the Jewish dele-
gation, though he expressed the
' plored the fact that some
' scholars have minimized ted to the Council by Bishop Jos- of Jesus.
Continued on Page 6-A
He stressed that his Govern-
ment would respect human
Continued on Page 10-A



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Company's main offices fcr run
ttruct'on of an enlarged warehouse
at 5300 NVV 27lh Ave. The build-
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rs Restaurant for a dinner hosted by
arr.. Beach Elks Lodge in behalf of District
'. Fritz Gordon, himself a Circuit Court
I Bottom row (left to right) are Judges
Gerald Klein, Harold B. Spaet, Lawrence Hoff-
man, Al Saperstein, and Otto Steqemann. Top
iow are Judges Mai Enqlander, Miltc-i Feller.
Gordon, Melvin Richard and Bernard Frank.
TERMITES?
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Lade "iward implementing that
Jsolu'-on.
Shuk. assailed former Presi-
i iman, Ambassador Henry
and Adlai Stevenson.
the lHited States was
about Israel and the
igee question and called
ited States to resign from
,->ion.
ook, the U.S represcn-
arose t" say he would
nify" Shukairy's remarks
t nal i eply because Shu-
1 made "many "iis-
i and had indulged in
insults and abuse" and
i insulting to the in
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M ireover, look said.
i.i done "no service to
refugees "
(Meanwhile, a behind-the-
t move wit underway to
t '(.solution calling on Is-
el ant 'he Arab states to start
lirecr peace talks. Some 21
Lcmbe-s were expected to back
ne prcposal. A similar proc"/.s-
iflii year failed to get action
(then | United States opposed
Ambassador Mikhail
ihe smut represents-
!u committee that "the
\\\ correct solution'" was imple
i ,| the 1948 resolution.
. dial the "right of the
k I return" to "their
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ored.
II cause for continued im-
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Dild >; mion" without the sup
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Dr. John Knoblock. University of
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':| speak on "Existentialism, Re-
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Page 5-fl.
United Jewish Appeal Plans National
Conference in Mew York from Dec. 6 to 8
I S: owing Samuel Gertner (far left) the poster announcing Mt.
Sinai Hospital's Jubilee Ball which will honor him for 15 years
of outstanding service as executive director are Mrs. Carl
Baumann, Mrs. W. Stanley Weinkle and chairman of the af-
fair, Leonard A. Wien. The function is scheauiea tor boc. it
c! the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Kennedy Hits Amendment
To Cut U.S. Aid to Egypt
Continued from Pa.ie 1A
r worst attack on foreign aid
nee the start of the Marshall
rlan.
stressed that the President
the responsibility in Foreign
5 and in maintaining the in
if this country abroad and
hi COV'd not fulfill these re-
sponsibilities without a foreign aid
suitable to his needs. Assert-
I pied this program." he crit-
. i| legislative restrictions lin-
ed bj Congress, including the
lent aimed at F.gypt.
; in the week, Sen. Ernest
ii ning. the Alaska Democrat
sponsored the restrictive
.nil in the Senate bill, re
... to stale Department criti-
|Ie told the Senate that the
iv l'resident Nasser to re
would he to cease a
Ii said that the Senate "has
moved to stop the aid if
-;ci. ill finds there is B
.7,, tL J\Lil
rZR, The Jewish Floridan:
I'he Jewish Kloridian carries a
- report In which the head ol
Roman Catholic Church was
lo have informed a visiting
. i-li group that Christians and
-hare a common God.
What these visitors thought or
ri plied to these disarming words
not told. On the surface, truth
pi rmeates the Pope's statement.
My Jewish teaching taught me
the commandment: "I am the
Lord thy God." Another of the
'' nmandments says. "Thou shalt
have no other gods before Be."
Elsewhere in our Book we read.
"The Lord He is God there
- none else Him of Whom we
-; called Savior, Redeemer, Judge.
King. And with finality and clar-
'>. the Eternal Testament trum-
pets. Thou shalt call Me thy
Father, and shalt not turn away
from Me" (Jer. 3:19). How often
is it reiterated. Other than He.
there is hone else?
No Jew is so unlettered or un-
knowing that the Pope is of a
aith which has enlarged upon the
unity of God to include "God the
father, God the Son, and Got! the
Holy GhOflt?" The God we share
ith ihe great head of Christen
dom, cannot for me, a Jew, be
anyojte who was in life another
Our position u Jewi in re
'Pert to Him Who alone is God
"Hist be right.
DAVID B. TRYPHO
Miami Beach
sion and it is difficult to see how
he can fail to find it.'
The Senator said that Nasser
could reestablish himself for aid
by pulling his troops out of Ye-
men, stopping the military build-
up "clearly designed" for ag-
gression against Jordan and Is-
rael, get his troos out of Aloeria
and end "inflammatory broad-
casts which preach assassina-
tion" of officials of nearby coun-
tries.
Senate sources indicated that the
White House might seek adoption
of an amendment to amend the
Senate tlause requiring the Pres-
ident to -rule that Nasser was
neither engaging in aggression nor
preparing for it if aid was to. be
continued.
The Administration was under-
stood to feel that the restrictive
amendment "tics the hands of the
President" and would "drive Nas-
ser toward Moscow." Another Ad-
ministration belief is that the
amendment might weaken pres-
ent United States influence now
; believed to be working in "Cairo
I to safeguard Israel." Chances of
I upsetting the original amendment
were regarded as slim, however
By Special Report
NEW YORK Israel Ambassa-
dor to the United States Avraham
Harman will join Chief Justice of
the United States Earl Warren,
Israel Foreign Minister Golda
Meir and Former Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett as a guest speak-
er at the United Jewish Appeal's
26th annual national conference
Dec. 6 to 8 at the New York Hil-
ton in New York City, it was an-
nounced by Joseph Mcyerhoff,
UJA general chairman.
Other key participants in the
conference, which is expected to
bring together a record size as-
sembly of Jewish community rep-
resentatives from every section
of the country are:
Edward M. M. Warburg and
Dewey D. Stone. UJA honorary
chairmen; Herbert A. Friedman,
UJA executive vice chairman;
William Rosenwald, Max Fisher,
Isadore Breslau, Jack D. Wciler,
Edward Ginsberg, Albert A. Levin,
Melvin Dubinsky. and Israel D.
Fink, all national chairmen of
UJA: Dr. Abram L. Safchar, pres-
ident of Brandeis University;
t Charles H. Jordan, director-gener-
1 al for Overseas Operations, Joint
Distribution Committee; Mrs. Is-
rael D. Fink, chairman, UJA Na-
; tional Women's Divrsion; Alan
Sanger. chairman, UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet; Moses A.
Leavitt, executive vice chairman,
Joint Distribution, Committee;
Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice
chairman, Jewish Agency for Is-
rael; Rabbi Morris Adler. chair-
man. UJA Rabbinical Advisory
Committee; and Albeit Adelman.
chairman, UJA Midwest Region
Sharett, now chairman of t
Jewish Agency for Israel. Jer -
salem. will address the openii ,
plenary session Friday, Dec.
Chief justice Warren, Foreign M
ister Mrs. Meir, and Rabbi Frit
man will be principal speakers .t
the conference banquet session i I
Sunday noon, Dec. 8. in the cl s-
ing address.
A highlight of the three-.:
conference will be the session deli-
gates devote to the discussion
the 19G3 budgets of the major UJv
supported agenciesthe Unit. '
Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency f .c
Israel, and the American Joint I)
tribution Committeein order
determine the nationwide goal .1
the UJA in 1964.
These budgets arc based on t :i
projected needs of the large nu a
ber of Jewish immigrants w
; are expected to enter Israel over
the next 12 months, and the vat
relief and rehabilitation prograr *
' which must be conducted on I-
half of 160.000 Jewish refugees i
! France, and in the distressed Je -
1 ish communities of North Afri I
and the Middle East.
Or. Pushkin Returns
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, a nn i-
ber of the Committee on Vocatii -
al Guidance of the American C ;-
tometric Association, attended J
conference of the committee I
Boston, Mass.. last week. I .
Pushkin is chairman of the Voca-
tional Guidance Committee of t
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Friday, November 22, 13
Ecumenical Debates Stand on Jews
Rabbi Tibor Stern, representing Morris B. Freak, president of
Beth Jacob, advises Abe Eisenberg of his selection as guest
of honor at the congregation's cnniversary banquet Feb. 23.
Beth Jacob WiH Mark Anniversary
B ith Jacob Congregation will
mark its 30th anniversary at a
function planned tor Feb. 23, 1963
in the Deauville Hotel.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob, said that,
the anniversary banquet will honor
Abe Eisenbers. a vice president
Of Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Rabbi Stern said that Mr Eisen-
i era "has brought comfort and
peace i t mind i<> thousands of
families in tbe community through
his many years of dedicated si r
vice."
Morris B. Frank, president of
Beth Jacob, declared thai the an-
niversary will mark the building
of the main sanctuary of the first
House of Worship on .Miami
Beach.
Torah Program Here on Radio
"The Voice of the Torah Shall
tx Heard in our i.an-i Starting
on Sunday, at neon, and each Sun-
I thereafter, the '^orah Hour"
will be heard on radio WEDR-FM
B9 1.
The program will be conducted
by Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern, founder
Of the Torah Society of the Air,
and spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
tout rogation.
The program will include a
narration and lecture on the
Weekly Portion of the Bible, fol-
lowed in regular order. Rabbi
Stern this week recommended
the formation of family and
neighborhood Torah groups to
follow the lectures from a uni-
form Bible, which will be avail-
able, free of charge, to members
of the "Torah Society of the
Air."
The dedication program will be
a ThanksKivinji message from the
Book of Genesis, chapter 32-4. the
portion 0f -\ ayishlach." The same
program will be offered each
Thursday night, 8:30 p.m., at the
Berkowitz Concord Hotel.
Continued fro-n Page 1-A
rev sh question should be deall
with In another conti kI Anothei
group held that. In addition to
real n ol retaiions vith Jews, the
kepter should deal also with rela-
Lens b rtwe -n tnc Church and
other lo.ii'hiv-iian religions
One of th? first speakers in
the dtaats was an American,
JC5e;.!i Cardinal Ritter, of St.
Lou's, who hai'e:1 tl-e entire pro-
posed schema as the end of the
Catho .c Church's 40C-year-old
campaign against Protestantism.
An attai k aninst t ehaptei
dealing with relations with the
.i bj Er
. aidmal Rut.mi, ol Pal
Siciij He i i the Council that,
if it dealt tl i
*. thi
o with the attil
the .
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thus co.iti ma-
in ilo '

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hen ore. mi I
tin,i in in
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any kind ol pci m cul
ed, since tiie Church a ys o
such I i lor I
Conservatives
To Meet Tuesday
The Jewish Political Conserva
live Club, a nor partisan, political,
sectari in n i| II I Id Its nexl
met i.i... Tuesday evi at the
South Miami Federal Sa\ ings an I
Loan Buildii j 607 Di
Speaker of the cvenin: will be
Steve Slepin. in a
political labeling His talk, \
Rose bj Any \
lowed bj .i qu
period.
Arthur Bloom ,, presidi i I
'he club Bernard Landers is
vice president, and William s
I I tary and treas
Board of Directors includes the
officers and Uerwyn Ames, Mrs
William Baren, Al Lewi*
Stuart Hothchild.
Rabbi Stern is the author of ten A v .
books on Torah and Talmudic law. Ma'n iCShurun Sisterhood
He is also the author of a pro-
posed constitution for the State of
Israel and "The Composition of.
the Talmud."
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Regular monthh meeting ol
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister
hood mi Wednesdaj evening dedi
cated to Jewish Book Month Fol
lowing the business agenda 'Te\
ey's Daughter on Trial" was pre
sented. Cast member- were Mrs
Morris Delafunte, Mrs Maurice
Neu, and Mrs. Louis Goodman
wil call with a basket of Rift,
gous, c.v,c. and business leader,
o our community when you"
f-'m.ly celebrates sixteenth
b.rthday. announces aJJn"e
^cn0nhebir,hofanewbSr
or moves to a new home.
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reason no mention of errtMJemIt-
ism was needed The second ad
vised that, il a chapter on reta
tions with J......re need* I 11
should be placed I" another
schema.
It was at this point thai Car-
dinal Ritter err'-, ,-sed the schema
as a whole. The American was
supported, wirh particular refer
ence to chapter four, by Arch-
bishop Quint ro, of Venezuela.
ArchbishoT Taiuo Dei, of Tokyo,
aproved the proposal that the
Catholic Church concede merit
to other reliq'nns. but declared
that oher religions, in addit:on
to Hie Jewish faith, shou'd b.*
eluded in chapter four.

ur.
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fJewlsti f/frlcUrMi
Page 7-A
Change Stand on Jesus, UAHC Told
jbbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid
ft), reports that the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Dinner of Trib-
.j on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel, honoring
lurray A. Shaw, Temple president (right), is expected to be
(one of the most memorable events in the history of the con-
tegation."
Continued from Pr.-.e 1-A
propounded by earlier prophets,
he .staled.
"How long," he asked, "shall
we continue pompously to aver
that the chief contribution of
Jesus was simply a rehash of all
that has been said before by his
Jewish arcestors? How long
before v/e can admit that His
influence was a beneficial one
rot only to the pagans but to
the Jews of his time as well,
and that only those who later
tcok His name in vain profane
His teaching?"
"Needless to say, Jews never
] can and never will accept Jesus
, as the Messiah or as the Son of
God," he stated. 'But, despite this
constant reality, there is room
for improved understanding and
openness to change in interpret-
ing Jesus as a positive and proph-
etic spirit in the stream of the
Jewish tradition." He urged Jew-
ish scholars to examine "our own
statements, our own facts, our
own interpretations of the signifi-
cance cl the life of Jesus, the
Jew."
At the L'AIIC's General Assem-
bly, charges were voiced by a
Protestant theologian and by a
rabbi that church and synagogue
membership are often expanded
at the expense of basic standards,
and that leaders of both Christian
churches and synagogues are chos-
en chiefly from among socially
and economically prominent mem-
bers. These criticisms were made
by Dr. Franklin H. Littell, pro-
fessor of church history at the
University of Chicago and the
Chicago Theological Seminary,
ard Rabbi Albert S. Goldstein, of
Temple Ohavei Shalom, Brookline,
Mass.
Liberal Judaism In Israel Today
riant Menora'j
10 be Kindled
It Testimonial
he kindling of a giant Anni-
rsary Menorah will be one of
highlights of the Temple Ner
Inij I Israel Dinner on Saturday
||hi at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
t.,bbi K.ugene Labovitz. special
I, r of Temple Ner Tamid, will
ndiict the ceremony marking
15th anniversary of Israel's
It.'hood. with leading members
[the community and the congre-
kion taking part "a- a symbolic
hiii --ion of faith and solidarity
Eh Israel."
Puest of honor at the dinner
Murray A. Shaw, president
tin- Temple. Leading the tri-
r to Shaw and guest speaker
the evening will be Gov. Thco-
|n R, McKeldin, ol Maryland.
Heading the Dinner Committee
I)r Michael L. Horwitz, chair-
liin ol the Committee of Host--.
Ivm L. Savage, general chair-
I Mrs. Fannie Sklar, honorary
jairman; Mrs. Henrietta Fine.
1' tit of the Sisterhood; Irv-
| .! Egel, president of the Men's
Louis G. Cohen, Bernard
la' Sadie Trosky and Maurice
Zaretsky, dinner vice chairmen.
Malek to be Chairman
Joseph W. Malek, Miami Beach
attorney, will serve as chairman
of the Miami Beach Executive
Committee of ihe American Guild
of Variety Artists, it was announ-
ced by Jerry Baker, branch man-
ager. Co-chairman, Leon Fields,
president of the Footlighters, was
elected with committee members
Elvirah Haboid. Bernie Sayer, Hal
Fisher. Buddy walker, and waller
Mills.
lunco Party' Saturday
|Flamingo Chapter. B'nai B'rith
imen, will present a "Bunco
rty" on Saturday evening at
he Adult Recreation Center in
taleah.
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JNF Council Will
Meet on Monday
Leon .1. Ell. president of tin
Jewish National Found Council o.
Greater Miami, has announced
lhat the next meeting of the Coun-
cil will be held on Monday even-
ing in the Lafayette Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ezra Finegold, chairman of the
JNF Organizational Committee,
will be honored for "outstanding
dedicated service."
A report will be presented by
Herbert Shapiro, local attorney,
on the recent JNF National Assem-
bly held in New York.
Final plans and a progress re-
port relative to the forthcoming
JNF Me Ami banquet on Dec.
8 at the Fontainebleau Hotel will
also be made.
Guest speaker of the evening
will be Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
of Temple Ner Tamid. who will
discuss "Jewish National Fund
The Eternal Link Between Israel
and the Jewish People."
Mix Joyce Farber. young so-
prano, will present a musical pro-
gram, accompanied by Olga Bibor
Stern
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Liberal Juda-j
ism is taking root in Israel and |
will reduce the present domination)
of the Orthodox movement in many :
state matters, a noted British au-j
thor writes in the November is-
sue of the National Jewish Month-'
ly, published by B'nai B'rith.
Dr. Norman Bentwich, who serv]
ed from 1918 to 1931 as the first
Attorney General of Palestine un-
der the British Mandate, believes
the slow but growing trend toward
liberal Juadism in Israel is a re-
action to the "mixture of state re-
ligion and secular nationalism"
that is now prevalent.
Although the mixture was a
political development of Israel's
"coalition government of reli-
gious and labor parties," it is be-
coming "unacceptable to many
of the old and new Jewish popu-
lation alike," Dr. Bentwich
writes, adding:
"It stimulates in groups of in-
tellectuals a movement against the
enforcement of religious practice
by law, as for example through
the exclusive jurisdiction of the
Rabbinical Courts in matters of.
marriage and divorce."
Dr. Bentwich. now 80 years old
and still a practicing attorney and
active author, takes time each
year to visit Israel. In recent
visits, he has found "a groping
for fresh religious expression"
and the growth of small liberal
congregations.
This is taking place particular-
ly in the Negev and Galilee "where
groups of Oriental Jews feel them-
selves forlorn and neglected by
the official rabbinate."
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the course by doctors, interns or
residents in the area is required
for attendance.
The week-long course in "Phy-
siology and Pathophysiulogy in
Clinical Cardiology" is be-ng chair-
ed by Jarne* C. Warren, professor
and chairman of the Department
of Medicine of Ohio State Univer-
sity.
Co-chairmen of ihe teaching
program cf the Department of
internal Medicine of Mt. Sinai
Hospital are Dr. Milton Lesser.
Dr. Rose London, Dr. Marvin
Meitus. Dr. Paul Plotkin, and Dr.
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I lahi-rw Da. Sc^oe. S'oeo:-
ryw pa* l*arvrs*> a* Ooeapo
aval HI i^^j -< t *
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Jewish leaders of Albany
savant to get Rabbi Dresner out
Friday. Kovtnbf 22. 1963
of town, he mM. Me told how
they contacted his Temple pres-
ident ni the> CCAR in at-
tempt* te wndartithie has pr.
Nepre atnrrte* in ARaany. He
wet tald that hi* preset** en-
danpered *ye*ythipj Albany
jiw> hae tovilt M over 100
year*. They were afraid e* *ni.
Semitic reprisals.
In Danville. Va Rabbi Dr*<-
r.er lubsequently found a spark of
courage among Southern Jewry.
As police dogged Rabbi Dresner*
-trpt throuK1) Danville, the rabhi
became aware of the brave pro-
-tand taken by a local Jew,
I>r S>am .Newman.
Once a kibbutznik in Israel
Rabbi Dre-ner uid "I am in this
itrugfk primarily because I am
The commandment- it
our faith are clear. Injustice any-
where i- a threat to justice evi rj
where. Ju*t a' no group is .-
iafe ii 'be Jew i in jeopardy
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a sopxhhaaawd bus They inatrd
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they croated Virguua. Uae Cara-
taaas, Georgia, and FVonda. Ir
Sumier. SC. they *ere 'ireatec
ed by the sheriff aad forced :c
kea-.e :;*;
Befotc departare. ^e zt-.t?
had bees trained ':.
of Racial Equality "CORE
oav-Tioiestt prates; uccc< Rabbi
Dresner tee* the leading t&n-
BBtt of nonrinlaire the
- Lather Saar. who I
At TaaMbatoaa. ** tlwi
-*n sa"-o*>* s ea a' m .rport
r*s* j'ant b**<- t*^ plannec
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was ahrnc1. They w*n rrste In jail ottie' innvates sowpM *o
set fir* -c Rabex F-eedn-an-s
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hut tl dagrcai id no pftiace records of hncher learning
DrappaS B+eity
laterie 'ami jotial" actrntaes. Rabbi
Freedaaaa confessed that he
police caapkax of the Pas*a.c
County Prison When Rabbi Dre>
ner sought to sit tta Negro fel-
low nunisters in the court room.
be was bodily dragged about by
the police she insisted on <*gre
gat too an the strictest sense.
f Rate*- Drews** s
and Yawth Crawp Kelp.
the S1JM band. The
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November 22. 1963
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Shaiar Commutes Sentence of Kastner Assassins
TEL AVIV (JTAi Yosef
Menkei 45. and Zecv Eckstein 30.
convicted assassins of Dr. Ru-
dolf Kastner. one-time leader of
the Hungarian Jews during the
Nazi era. were released from pris
on last week after Six-and-a-half
years.
They were sentenced in 1958 to
terms of life impri-onment. but
their sentences were commuted
by President Shazar, as nno o*
his gftrai act* in office. Dr. Kast-
ner was kfl'cd on March 3. 1957.
;.s he returned to his home from
his work as night editor of a local
Hungarian-lrnguage daily.
He hid been the subject of a
widespread two-year public de-
bate in Israel on the issue of
whether he had collaborated
with the Naxis when he arrang-
ed for the emigration of more
cupied Hungary.
In January 1958, Israel Supreme
Court exonerated him posthumous-
ly of the charges.
Menkes told newsmen that he
would demand a reopening of the
i case, contending that he was in-
! noccnt. and that he was "franv
: ed" by a "group of trailers."' The
! court which convicted him found
that he had been the planner of
: th" -.-lavine
0 tight are Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami. Zev W. Kogan. originator of
the Ml Ami project, and Dr. Harris J. Levine. honorary pres-
ident al a session of the JNF National Assembly la3t week
in N York City, where Greater Miami Jewry was lauded
for es' blishmg a twin city in Israel. Local delegates, in addi-
Ql end Kogan. included Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abram-
cwit: Mr. c:;d Mrs. Herbert Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
BeriC! Mr. cr-.d Mrs. Sam Seltzer. Marshall Comis, Mrs. Pecil
Com., and Peter F. Heller.
1,000 Expected Will Attend JNF Annual
Dinner to Hear Progress Made by Me Ami
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I-,, the Kontainehlcau
H Dec. 8 Laal year's at-
i. reichi *>". and accord
ir 'his > ear's al evidence
till ;r iter i" vie oi
U : ,ir- etopment oi
M. Al -'"' settlement in
1 ,st year by Great
fc Mil mi
. Amccg those expected to at
Vend are Michael Camay, Israel
-A.rb.sector t the UN; Avra-
{ham Karman Israel Ambassador
to itw U.S.; Florida Oov. Farris
Bryan Miami Beach Mayor
SAelvir. Richirc", Miami Mayor
Robe- King High; and Miami
Beacr Councilman Kenneth Oka,
B*rn*.d Frank, D. Lee Powell.
Milv.r. Eoglander, Robert Tor-
chin and H y m a n Galbut. Also
npe ers i >i Gordon, Charles
(Choei Hall, and Harold B.
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Friday. November 22, 1963
Goldwater
Era
By MAX LERNER
One way to cet pcrspeet.ve on how we U-.\ about Goldwater as
possible President ii to My, tne Goldwater Era"just as we say
Roosevelt Era. the Kennedy Eraand sec how it sounds. For
r$ taste it sounds a bit absurd, as \\ does to almost all the people o::
horn I have tried it out. But wil! it sour.d th: t way to the Republi
Mi Convention?
The present Goldwater bcxm. my friends nnd associates tell me.
- an evanescent thing made of gall and go*imer. and bound to be
rshed away by the first strong Republican candidate who comes
long. I wonder. The responsible Republicans, I am told, don't
act any part of him. At a recent meeting A a group of top busi-
es* executives in a lUdweaten city, only one ot the group was for
un. I am certain that this vould be duplicated in every other city
ut-ide the South. Yet nil boom persists. His tactic will be to take
ne convention delegates by a kind of blitz, and dare the Rockefeller
berals ind the Eiscnhouer-Xixon moderates to break with the choice
f the Goldwater aticionarios.
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Argentine Chief Vows Hell Battle Anti-Semitism
Goldwater is the product of what m*y bo called the Angry RiflkXt
__ot its fru>trations. its simplifications of the world reality, its hun-
tr for quick solutions of all the complex prorlems by naked power,
here is something the psychiatrists call the "battered child syn-
rome." If you subject a chua to rough treatment, in its emotional
fe it personally suffers breakdown. This is true of adults a*, well.
t' they h:.ve not grown up cmoi.onally. It can be true of a whole seg-
>erit of a nation. The Angiv Right is suffering from the battered
mid syndrome, and in striking out against the world of political
od ideological reality which it cannot tolerate it has produced a
oidwater.
In terms of sheer historical imagination it is interesting to take
ie expressed Goldwater -ttitudes and project them on the stage of
ulure world politics. In Cuba, if it means anything, it would mean
affirmative" action beyond an economic blockade anywhere irom
topping Soviet ships on their way to Cuba, to the mounting of an
dual invasion, risking Russian intervention. In Berlin it would pre-
uir.ably mean a refusal to take any more stoppages of American
raffic or. the Autobahn. a.:d therefore some sor* of breakthrough with
^ir.irican tanks again-t Soviet tanks at the checkpoints, on the theory
ia-. the Russian boar is a paper bear.
In Eastern Europe it would mean a contemptuous refusal to ex-
loie the possibilities of expanding the present breakaway of Romania
nd Czechoslovakia from Kremlin policies, and also the treatment
f Yugoslavia as just another satellite. In the policy toward Russia
would mean the denouncing of the test ban treaty, and the tight-
ning of every pressure aroun I Russia, on the theory that there can
e no relaxing ot tensions between East and West: that it is a contest
) the death of one system or the other.
And toward China it would mean the mounting of an invasion
the mainland from Fo-mosa, in the hope that the Chinese people
oliUI rise against their government, and witn the assurance that
ussia would stay out. The iiski that Russia would enter such a
\ ax rather than find itself iso'i'ted as the only remaining Communist
ower is a risk Goldwater seems ready to assume. So is the riskto me
;> virtual certaintythat a Formosan-American invasion of the main-
md is the surest way of uniting the Chinese people with the Com-
munist government in a new -patriotic war" against the invaders.
These are only a few of the perspectives that past Goldwater
'ions open for future Goldwater policies. If they are inaccurate
rojections it would be interesting to have Goluwater say so. I take
that part of the strategy oi Rockefeller's early entrance into the
Vew Hampshire primary it to smoke Goldwater out on such issues,
i>t as Richard Nixon understandably is delaying his own candidacy
ntil a Rockefeller Goldwater confrontation has brought an impasse
hich he would be asked to resolve.
In Europe, if I know anything about it. such positions as I have
-cribed would bring an alienation lrom America sharper than any-
thing in the history of both continents. In Latin America such posi-
tions would be used by the Castro movements and the neutralists as
nal proof of America as a reactionary imperialism. In Africa and
-ia the Goldwater policy of conJemning federal action to further
nil rights, and of handing tile desegregation problem back to the
-egregationist state-, would mean a recoil from America on every
isue of policy. America world not be isolationist; it would be iso-
ited.
The impact ol Goldwater on internal policies deserves a separate
< iscussion. But one thing is worth noting. If desegregation is hand-
I back to the mere) ol the Ea-tlands and the Wallaces it would mean
D unparalleled despair for tin V fro leaders and their people, and
< -it ol that unparalleled despair could come an unparalleled violence.
Continued from P*/>e 1-A
rights. He asked representa-
tives of Jewish communities
from neighboring countries in
the deleaation io extend his "cor-
dial greetings to Jewish com-
munities in our sister republics."
The delegation was headed by
;r Messes Goldman, chairman of
he executive, who extended greet -
ngs and mentioned the execu-
te's observance of the 25th an-
niversary of Crystal Night, the
ivent in 193S when Nazis roamed
through cities of Germany and
Austria, setting lire to 191 syna-
gogues and beating and killing
Jews. The President said he re-
membered the outrage very well.
Dr. Goldman also thanked the
President for the mes-age he sent
to the Rio de Janeiro Conference
of Intellectuals called to protest
Soviet anti-Semitism in October.
Dr Isaac Goldenberg. president
of the DAIA. the central represen-
tative body of Argentine Jews, also
spoke briefly.
The executive meanwhile is-
sued a statement welcoming the
c'otument on .Catholic-Jewish re-
lations presented by the Vati-
can to the Ecumenical Council.
The statement expressed hope
that the Council Fathers would
give their approval to this his-
toric document "as the start of
a new era in the relations be-
tween peoples of different reli-
gions."
The delegates also sent a cable
to Soviet Premier Khrushchev over
the plight of Ru->ian Jewry. They
heard reports by representative-
of Argentina. Bolivia. Chile. Brazil.
Paraguay and Uruguay on the sit
uations in their respective Jew-
ish communities Mark Turkow.ed on the general situation of
secretary of the executive, report- Latin American Jewry.
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Junior hostesses of the Miami
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day. Modern art will be the
theme for the evening
Refreshments will be served by
the ladies of the Jewish War Vet-
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I.evv State Department chairman.
in charge Heading the commit
tee lor the evening's entertain-
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Sunday evening, starting at 830
p.m., Stardusters will furnish the
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November 22. 1963
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Goldberg Flays USSR Mistreatment
\
s for the new ljG-bed Jewish Convalescent
Honda were unveilod Wednesday afternoon
the organization also known as Bikur Cholim.
h show how the kosher convc
.nimunity-supported and non-profit, in Miami
after a 75-bed facility is added I
.ii the South Shore aiec.
loth to Chair
tome Dedication

bi'in rmnird
Indication Com
i mvaleso m
orida Appoint-
pi d ben by Mrs
Hei-i lit of it"
nursing home
ii i holim.
ithcr <>f the late
el the Jew
,! n t He be
n itl prr.hl.ir- 01
brother levi i a)
an active mem-
pnoi ah, chaii
House Com
: the
Home.
Njmed a\ cochairmen of the
OMicition committee are Mr*.
Helen Hornstein, Mr*. Albert
: n Mrs Rav Lieberman, Mr*.
Louil Kantor Mr*. Murray Kos-
off Mrs. Hairy Glick, Mr*.
Pbline Ronier, Mr*. Gossie
Oodoerg. Mrs. Abe K. Singer,
Mrs. Hyman Roth, Mr*. Ro*e
Zngmund and Mr*. Edward El-
kin.
n emben incl u ind the Headamea
"-\ Uiekelson, Max Happaport,
H.....nfeld, Adolpa Bcker,
' Roth Isidore Cohen, Sarah
i udten, Anna Zltter,
I Hlian Njrdick,
Harry Topper, Mil
i. Blecker, Althea
Belenofi and
I ; by
i marking t ri-
i>i the Jewish
ith Flor-
: said
n ol a v i bed
ten) 58 bed home
last Meek. Ground-
ti ... place next
Bonth.
Continued from Page 1-A
I'scriminat'on against Jews '.heir
i> "overwhelming." He pointed to
:h- closing of synagogues, restric
.ions on private worship, virtual
irohibition ol Jewish schools, ilio
ondcmnlng of the ancient Jewish
fin.....tj in Kiev, vilification of
lews in the Soviet press, and other
nstam s ol into ei ance.
"No l.i'a .ihi ling citizen ol any
lation, and prl u jli r > i o m i
be jurist stated, can urge that
iny pel on >: -i oup is immune
rom the equal application ol anj
iation'1 law Bui when SO pei cent
if those i \- cute l in the soviet
nion lor e< onomU i rimes are
ii .va, wii<> compi i nly a little
Young Israel
Adds to Faculty
Two Sunday Si hool te i
havi b led tn the fai ulty at
Young l-i- .1 oi Greater Miami,
: t an i nno incemei bj
Rabbi Abral am Biei h education-
al direi t< r
|iu | \i -- Marii nc Wil
iams, : the Hel
Academj and Beth Jacob Teach
in- inarj wh i has had exten-
. ... instructing s
people in New York Cit) and Dadi
inty, an Miss Arlene < lr< eft
berg, .1-" a graduate \ the Ila-
ivho has been iu
charge ol the Youi Israel Oneg
Shabbal program for the past
yea i
more than one percent of the pop-
ulation, then the belief naturally Ii
fostered that .tews are receiving
unequal treatment under Soviet
i law."
Justice Goldberg said that, in
appealing for an end to Soviet
discrimination against Jews, he
was aware our own nation's rec-
ord "is not perfect," and that
"we all too often fall short of
realizing the great ideals of hu-
man liberty and equality em-
bodied in our great Declaration
of Human Rights. I am also
mindful, however, thit our gov-
ernment policy is directed to
endinq rather than extendirg
discrimination."
The nil lei v. ha w l li Jus-
tice Gol Iberg received the Louis
Marshall Memorial Medal for ih.ir
continuin" effort to further tl
spiritual, cultural and ethical Wi
being of the Jewish communit'
were Charles Avnct. Of Lo:
Beach, NY; Irving Bcniaim
Newton. Mast Samuel II. Dan
I'hilioVlphia; Peter I Keinber..
Great Neck. N Y Jelius Fig
man. Los Angeles: Morris B Ka
man. Toronto. David S. Malk
Cbieago; Bcniamin M. Heev.
New York City; and Morns
Shenk.r. St I.on-
Thi nodal, named for the la
eonstitutional lawyer who sen
as chairman of the leminai
Board ol Directors from 1904 ui
ins ieath in W29, waa eonferr
upon the recipients bj Dr I-'
Prnkelatein; ehaticellor ol the Sei
rj rhey were presented for t
medal by Alan M. Stroock, ne
pn sid it of t : '
Seminary.
'tffcer-Cliild Dinner
[Max !:. kin, preaident oi Beth
im '' d has announced
11 lal lather child n planned for Wednes-
.il the Temple.
NAlnAN ROTH
Singers Group
Install Officers
Officer* lor the coming year
were inst lied bj the Miami
Beach Communit) Singers at a
banquet Mid dan.r St the Bel A.ie
Hotel
Councilman Malvin Englander
I, tailed Len Snyderman. presi-
dent; Man 1 Sampson, vice pres
dent; Muriel Sampson, vice pres
jean D Eddy, financial -'ere
tarj Gertrude Canter, correspond-
ing secret >>. Zena Goldbt
recor ing i retao Fannie Fursh-
en hip chairman,
Trustees re Anna K Opper.
Edith Rothstein, Joseph Pransky
.. d Joserh Shulm rd ol di
rectors EvHyn Genet. Bei I
i. k Goldman, Shirle)
Green Mi'.ton Hurwiti, Celia Kal
ka and !' Sager
Cantor Ilirsh Man hb" in M
biny. nev mi ector ol the
i >le lit
an i p| ,ye I the piano accomi
men) I ir Si.....
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9-Jewistnoridiar
Friday. Novanrasc^, l%i
Cantor and Cohen Will Co-Chair
16th Annual Hebrew Academy Banquet
Or Ohm Brotherhood
0
First tickets for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the He-
brew Academy, scheduled Jan. 5 at the beauville Hotel, are
displayed by (left to riqht) associate chairman, B. I. Binder;
honoree, Jacob Cohen; and co-chairman, Joseph Cohen. Co-
hen, a Miami Beach philanthropist, will be feted by an expec-
ted audience of 1,600 persons.
Plans for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew
Academy are mapped by (left to right) associate chairmen,
Maurice Revitz; president, Louis Merwitzer; general chairman,
Leonard Rosen; and co-chairman, J. A. Cantor. The gala func-
tion will fete Miami Beach philanthropist Jacob Cohen on Jan.
5 at the Deauville Hotel.
Two Activities Listed ct 'Y'
["v .i nev adult acth Itiea are
1 y thi Miami YMii \
ch.
\ be und( r
the direction > Michael Schla
i artist who
ted Ihi is ,i Interna-
Exhibit li;> works
been exhibited in Brooklyn
Mu> um M is eum (i Modern \-.
get heim Museum, H !
I in "Who's Who in
i m las? is v'. ill be held, one
' :' al in :i m.,
and tin Monday evenings
at 8 p.m Previous art ability
i- not required.
!; coraer u ssons are also be-
ffered under the din I
of Arnold Grayson, director >>(
the Re< :;i'i Workshop, on Thurs-
' '' ei s at 8 p.m.
V! acth tie? will take place .ii
the Miami YMHA, 450 SW 16th
Ave,
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open I very Poy Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8563
J. A. Cantor and Joseph Cohen,
veteran Soi.th Florida business,
civic and religious leaders, Wed-
nesday were named co-chairmen
of the 16th annual scholarship din-
ner of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami. The function is
scheduled to honor Miami Beach
philanthropist Jacob Cohen on
Jan. 5 at ti'e Deauville Hold
Both Cantor and Cohen long
have been active in Hebrew Acid
emy affairs. Their acceptance
was announced jointly by Leonard
Rosen, general dinner chairman,
and I.oui> Merwitzer. president of
the only Jewish day school In the
South, offering complete elemen-
tary and junior nigh school cur-
ricula.
Cohen, president of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, and
Cantor, co-chairman of the Flor-
ida Committee for Yeshiva Uni-
versity, have an intensive inter-
est in the field of Jewish educa-
tion. Cantor is state chairman
for Israel Bonds, and Cohen is
active in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Cantor is a
member of Temple Beth Shol
om's Board of Directors, with
Cohen serving Temple Emanu-
El.
B. I. Binder, honorary president
of the Academy, and Maurice Re-
vitz. chairman of its executive
committee, are serving as asso-
ciate chairmen of the dinner
A goal of 1.600 persons to attend
the 16th annual dinner was
adopted at a special meeting
at the Academy on Sunday morn
ing of both the Dinner Commit
tee and the Board of Director-
Rosen, who also is chairman of
the board of the Academy, pre-
sided.
Mr. and Mrs Merwitzer host-
ed the io a.m. session in hono
of two new great grandchildren
born in Pittsburgh within a week
of one another.
Some Is arc now in
attendance .' th Academj.
ed in a nev $1,200
2400 Pinetree Dr \ I
ftril-time t.::i hi ;-
dents, from nursery school through
the ninth grade.
Rosen pointed out that more
than 70 per cent of the students
are on full or partial scholar-
ships. "To be able to continue
this vital program is the prin-
cipal goal of the IfNl annual
dinner," he noted.
Samuel Iteinharl and Harry
Genet, traditional sparkplugs of
the Dinner Committee, asserted
that the Hebrew Academy re-
ceives no funds from either the
United Fund or Jewish Federa-
tion, "and depends in large meas-
ure on this dinner."
Eight school busses daily bring
student- tO the Hebrew Academy
from throughout Dade and Brow-
ard counties to the modern .struc-
ture, where Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal, has established
internationally recognized stan-
dards of academic excellence
Temple Or (Mom will ; ,ij a
organizational breakfast for ||.
Brotherhood on Sunday. Ko'v j<
at 11 a.m. William Seidman is
chairman ot the get together t
held in the Temple's Soci Hall
Sefer Tor ah Dedication
Congress B'nai Raphael held
a ceremony on Sunday. :, ,
dedicate a Sefer Torah di ted
Mr and Mrs. Paul Fasfce mi
or> of Philip Shapiro.
Reverend I. Kuttler
Certified Mohel
Ritual Call A->, 6
Circumcision Wl 74326
Senior Citizens
Reelect Shapiro
Louis Shapiro has been reeledcd
president of the Sunshine state
Senior Citizens 1 for Medicare
Installation ceremonj will be
held on Sunda\ evening. Dec 1, at
the Bel Aire Hotel.
Officers wo will serve with Sha-
piro are Sol Cohen anil Frank \
Gordon, vice presidents; Mrs Shir-
ley Tragash, Mrs Sarah Millman
and Mrs. Martha Miles, secre-
taries: Mrs. Klla Silverstein, treas-
urer; and Mrs Sol Cohen, coord in
ator.
Evening will feature music pro
vided by an orchestra
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f., r.-H IS****.. TSS1 Carlwle awe.
.ortrn.c. Haboi leaac Ewer.
NSHE EMES 33 SW 19th avc.
.,t,ve Rabbi Abraham Sch-
ETM DVID. 2625 SW 3rd awe. Con.
.., .f. Rabui Norman N. Shapiro.
Cm'.- William W. L'Pson.
p m CSV Sahhuth Beth
-v ili aponaor th.- Ones
.-.ii'ii i.iv : .i.m. Dm miii-
\ HHFtln', son >if Mr. ami
I'm dbara;-
----
IETH EL, 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox.
Rjut Solomon Schiff.
. p.m S.itunlay <:3 a.m.
\ Journey M Oreatau-.."
u.
T 'JOSHE congregation.
130 -v Oiie Hwy. Cenaervative.
Rirr Simon April. Cantor Hyman
f -i
p.m Harmon: "Tin
i.,I VYeakfteaaj of Orthodox
Saturdaj '" 0
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- RAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox, i
Race h Louis Ftottman.
p.m Saturday : a.in and
- in.i, "The \\ M) 'I'm
----
, iCOB. 301311 Waahmgton
6Kislev 5:10 pun.
thodo. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko
awe. Orthodon. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Canter Maurice Mamchea.
'rliluv S:li p.m Baturda) f.tt ;, n
IITmakaajtvlBa;, the Acme of
rlumtllt)
ETH KOOESM 110' SW 12th awe
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mm
Shapiro. Canter Fred Bernatein.
Frlda) 1:15 p tn s. nil..!!. Tin.- i- Hi.
linn Inn log ..r Hi.. Knit." Snturdai s r
.i.m S. rui,,,. 1. .,,, \\,. ,;,. .
liar Mltsvah; Kniinn .......r Mr ami
Mia a.....i.i 4 p.ni -The Portion ,.f
'-IW I1"' A Tin- lirHliiinlii.il."
---- ----
9ETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox Ralph Kneger, aecre-
tary.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
The Few Who Help Accent
The Positive Aid Survival
8E.TH JORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th
ave Conaerwative. Rabbi Max Lib-
lil.lay ". JO .,,, | :lg p m s.,t,,,,|.,v
s.a.m. i.ar Mltavnh: K-nneth, on I
or Mr. and Mn,. Bornard Bernian;
Michael, eon ol Mr. anil Mr-. Mori la
Uevln; Michael, aon ol Mr, and Mr*
Normao Morajenati i n,
B'NAI RAPHAEL*14oTnw 13rd St
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
J-'Way 15 p in Harmon: "Youth
'""" in- Becwlce ami Once Shali-
ba in honor of I'nltwl Hynauu.
.,".- s'""r,l:iv 8:30a.m. Bible c-lase
at 1:1S followed by Mlm ha
iy r
A
!n
B. ABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
ek's Torsh portion tells
- journey to Haran. He
n: .i well ind withes to
om ;i> wateri (or the
Rachel, w bom li' la later
He a-ks the gathered
Is \< hy they do noi w ater
ep, and thej answer, "Lo
we can not remove the
m the ell's mouth.
m we read, "Vayigash
ai vayogel ea hoeven"and
ici i pproached, and rolled off
i ne and watered the flock.
I: i mi strange that Jacob's
> accomplishment should
..-.lighted when the Bible
;.-- feature* the moral and
ectual powers of man. "Not
ght, nor by power, but by
Irit, laith the Ix>rd of
we read in Zechariah.
i per meaning is implied in
\ We see two approaches
-t.nl,- One looks at an
and says, "Lo nuchal"
. not -and the other re-
with, "Vayigash vayogel''
oacbed and removed
tacle
see this evidenced in
life today. There are
lay, "Lo nuchal." we
remove the rock of reUg-
[ference, Judaism can-
ii America. Hie land
.....ion and plenty Jew ish
:i is doomed by the stone
fishnets on the part of
' Id Federated fund
will lail because there is
scinatton in comedy than
lity
pfets ol doom stare
on top of the well.
fixated with fear at
-- ol the obstacle. The
s stare, the greater the
omes. The\ contribute
to the solution but hsar
pticism,
ire those, however, who
deterred by the size of

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"A87 SOtOMON SCHIFF
re mevine aosfacfei
the rock. What they see is only
the refreshing waters which the
well contains. "Vayigash vayo-
gel"they approach and remove
the rock. They are strengthened
by determination and powered by
perseverance. The size of the
obstacle is dwarfed by the mag-
nitude of the waters. They hack
away at religious indifference by
building synagogues, by affili-
ating with congregations and
Unking themselves with the well
spring of Jewish identification
They push at the obstacles of
Jewish education by sending
their children to religious schools
and day schools and supporting
them They tug at the stone cold
indifference toward community
Ufa bj giving as much as they
can to the Jewish Federation and
thus breathe life giving spn it into
the many institutions which
make up a SUCCeSSful ,1,-wish
community
It is part of the miracle ol Jew
ish survival mat the many, who
MJ "We cannot." are always out-
weighed by the tew. who like Ja-
cob, approach the obstacle and
remove it
tudents Prepare For the Sabbath
" 'f fresh cballah and
n I spices intermingled
singing of the Sunday
f"" 'tudetKa at the Beth Torah
***-"< annual Shabbat par-
on Sunday morning.
f-H clasi prepared a dif-
n; project for the Sabbath
First graders, under the
TEMPLE ISRAEL
W N.E. 19th $.
- Reform Congregation
Ht. Rabbi Morris W. Graff
Jb C Bern,*.!,,, c.nte,
J ^ANKSGlVING DAY:
REMINDER OF OUR
'RITUAL HERITAGE."
:
direction of Mrs. Max Steinfink.
made challah covers. Second
graders, instructed by Mrs. Arthur
Cohen, made a Sabbath scene.
Kindergarten and second grade,
taught by Mrs. Florence Ginesm.
made Kiddush cups and candle
holders, and third grades, instruct-
ed by Miss Kay Levin, Havdalah
spices boxes.
Students also presented songs
and poems revolving around the
Sabbath. Alef Congregation of-
fered a Sabbath play-
Religious School PTA assisted in
the making of the decorations, and
helped in the preparation of the
tahl.s under the direction of the
president. Mrs. Adrian Kaufman
and Mrs. Stanley Cohen. Sunday-
School Boon Mother chairman.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1S44
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Straaateld.
CLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51 at
pi. C-onurwatiwe. Rabbi David Roa
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday > i ,,.,,, s, ., T,,.,,lK,.
(vinic. haturda) : ., m, liar Mlta-
vah: .i.,ni.,.. >,.,, ,., Mr, ami Mm Ab,
MiiuH Mm, ha u :'." ii.in
PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1801
E. Andrew* ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBRE-W ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Uros.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson >t Conservative Rabbi
David Shapiro. C nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. R.ibbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I'l lib) | .,n,I s | p ,,, -,. i i,i..i, |-||,.
Spiritual lm;,|i.......n- ,,i Thiinkx
int; Saiurdu; 8.J1I u.m Sermon 'The
ill'
---- ----
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
I 1 Idii 211 .111,1 8:1." |, in .-.. : in,,11
I'an Wi lew II ml? .-1
' ., ni I ..11 Mi:/.\ .1I1 1 l,,.,i ||
Beach Youth
Delighted With
School in Israel
A Miami Beach youth is current-
ly attending Kfar Batya. a Miz-
rachi High School in Ranana. Is-
rael. He is Harold Feit. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Feit, 1126
Ocean Dr.
Harold is a graduate of the He-
brew Academy, and this week
wrote Rabin Alexander Gross,
principal, that "just to be in Is-
rael for a week, let alone a year,
is truly a dream come true."
The Beach youth expressed his
gratitude for "your guidance to
make this dream a reality "
Expressing his delight "not
only in the country's scenic at-
tractions but also in its ever-
present 'Israeli spirit'," Feit
said that "I find life here wery
gcod and rewarding." He said
that "he spends half a day work-
ing in the fields and the other
half learning. My job is in the
orchard until harvest time, when
I must pitch in to help in the
harwest process."
Fell wrote Rabbi Cross that "as
lar as Hebrew goes, I'm keeping
up with the class." and listed his .
subjects as Cemarrah. Laws. Tor-
ah. and History. The English cur-
riculum includes Algebra, Geome-
I try. Geography, Farming. Biology.
I Chemistry, and Physics.
The "Israeli spirit." Feit re-
l ported, war most evident on Sim-
I chas Torah. "when it seemed as
1 though everyone in Jerusalem
uas sinuni: and dancing in the
street."
M.",,"' Ml' '""' ** N'"r'"-"' r.llkrl-
ff!ar*tt ADATH YeThuRUN 1025
NE 183rd it.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
r-riih.y ..r, n,| g.|3 ,, s, ,,,,
in. American Strugtrl, r. ,- k.|uhIIi\
or Han. Saturda) 8:45 h m. herniun
lortlon ... ui- WVHv." ltit........,.-
i. p.m. fr.ii.nv..i i,jr-mi, i,;i
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TfS!Cfcf BETH "el"OF HOLLY.
wo.OD'= ,351 S' 14 'orm
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 750" SW
120 thSt Reconstruction,.! Rabbi
Morris Shop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
I i'l'* 1". |..lll S..|ii,,.n -Whv R."
'"Msiiii-i JudatHiar" Matin-day i so
-,'" s-''"'ni: "ApproactHng Thanka-
elvinic
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 172S Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
i':i.i..v s i.v p.,,,. RaemoH: "Hearts
thai i nderatand Raturdaj h .i m
Junlui hoir ill partlclinte in the
nei \ i.
urda) i" :n ,i in. Bar Mltssvah: jajnea
I Lewta, son oil .\ii.~ Iturbura Hlnjrar
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiu. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday R:U p.m. Sermon: -Th. Oold-
,.-ii Aniiiv. i -.,1) iii Cunaervative Jurla-
lam." Baturdaj 9 nm. Hermon; "Por
lion ,.i id.- Law." Bar Mltavab: Ken-
.-ilu., """ "f Mr and Mis Mkvard
i roUT Jnaeph, .-"i
Bamuel 11mubart.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
i Mi- and Mil
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat*
ave Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromah
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38;
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Giossberg.
Jrt'Ja) :" I' '" Pel mon: "Saturda]
In I at l-'i ni i> Xlsrhl Sal -
I'nlay :i in s., mon "I'ruiihi ey of
Mir>t, \
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 Nv\
22 ave Conservative. Raobi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative Raubi Irvine
Lehrmar- Cantor Hirsh Adler.
I-ii.|.h i Satui Bai
Miixiah i -ini. mm Hi ,nd \i
i>m\ I'l I., venthal, Mi-\, n. won ,.f Mis
S<-hlffri Mm, i.., .
- e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Narol
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
i'i '! > RMS p.m s. r\ i,, ~ i ,.ii.i ,, i,,:
h> ,,--i-i ml Knblil Morn- \\ Ural
Sermon "ThankeRlvlnii IM> !:. -
oi in.r K|dritiinl Herltaa<
a------
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform, Raubi Mordeca>
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Pi iln< > IS p.m Sermon "The N.uh
IVi ,ii ii,.. i ii.i ,-, ,1,1.. s.i,.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conaervatiwe.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gerahon Levin.
FHda) s:Si> p.m. Barmon: "Wot Oui
Ood, f..r Bncfety'a <:.....I Nea oon-
rreantlnn m.-mli. r- will l- honor.-.I.
SHlur,la>- 8:4S a.m.
TEMPLE 8INAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ava. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chet
Gale.
Friday \ i:. p.m. Ones Shabbat r.-
vi. of "Six WI.....Iiiiiiu,,! Hi.
World," bj Rabhl Henrj i: w. 'iii .....i. Itvered bj Babb Lowy,
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. #51
Flamingo Way. Conaervatiwe. Rautl
Hyman Gross
Prldaj s is p.m. Mr. and Mi- i. i k
Keldman Hi how One* Shabbat in
honor ,,f daughter HunanV blrthdai
Sal irdnj : m Sei mon "Weekij
I'o11 Ion of i he l.:i" "
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora awe.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickaon.
iv i p m s. ,,,. "Thnnkx-
ftlvlng, :, tTear Round Thouaht." \
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Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Hillel Foundations Learn Activist Tactics from Negro Group
... '_ .... _____i. ;.. .i. v.,, iwunluHnn is the firsl concerted effor:
Washington
HILLEL Foundations learned
the activist, non-violent in-
tegration tactics of CORE (Con-
gress of Rac
i.il Kqualityll
and S N C C
(Students Non |
Violent Coor-
dinating Com-
mittee) whenl
,1 e wish stu
dents 1 r o ml
more than 601
universities participated in a
civil rights mobilization <>i re-
ligiously oriented youth here
last weekend. The mobilization
followed widespread complaints
that Hill'! was "too passive,"
:ni(] it was only through affilia-
tion with such groups as CORE
and SNCC that college youths
could fight aggressivelj for civ-
il rights,
Responding to campus de-
mands for action, the official
organizations r e pies e n t ing
Jews, Catholics and Protestants
announeid the Student Lead-
ership Conference on Religion
and Race" to broaden the civil
rights fi it
The impetus for the confer-
ence grew out of the Chicago
meeting in January. 1963. ol
the .National Conference on Re-
ligion and Race. Students
wanted the objectives of the
Chicago meeting translated in-
to action by campus religious
groups. Sponsoring organiza-
tions are the Bnai B'nth Hillel
Foundations, Newman Club
Federation. Federation of Cath-
olic College Students, and the
National Student Christian Fed-
eration.
Students learned from the
experiences ol CORE, SNCC,
and the Northern Student Move-
ment the philosophy and strategy
of non-violent demonstrations.
Students were exposed to the
principles of the movement and
Its application in specific local
situations.
One Beminar examined "poli-
tics and the power structure.''
It ciscusred "the relationship
between financial and political
power in the community and
the methodology lor effecting
change."
Strategil & w ere outlined to
plan demonstrations against
discrimination and segregation
in housing, theaters, restau-
rants, parks, and libraries.
A seminar on education dis-
cussed bias in higher education,
and tut-rial programs were
outlined as an action concept.
Workshops discussed steps
students can take for integra-
tion both on and off the campus.
They were also prepared to lace
st:,te local and university re-
strictions on student initiative
in civil rights controversies.
A "Statement of Conscience
voiced in the interfaith call to
the conference stressed that
he n ligious community on Ihe
campus would take militant
step* for social justice, The
statement said: "We dare not
play it -ili' in today's struggle
to secure the rights of all of
our citizens. Human dignity
will not long endure in Amen
ca in the lace ol neutralism
and apathy, tor neutralism is
submission ahd apathy Is de-
grading, Whoever remains ail
en( acquiesces. We. choose to
speak and act
ing of love
The parents
Catholic, and
an undertak-
of some Jewish,
Protestanl stu-
dents ar oppose to milltancj
for civil rights on the parl ol
their sons and daughters. Oth
er parents are proud to see re
ligious ideals put Into action.
Rabbi Oscar Groner, assist
ant National Hillel director,
who helped organize the mobi
lization, has expressed gratifi
cation at the momentum achle>
ed. He was at firsl skeptical,
but the response from Hillel
members and other- has been
overwhelming. Many students
came at their own personal ex
pense, some from as (ar as
California The non-subsidized
undertaking was financed main
ly from the campus grass roots
and eager youths
spend their pocket
human rights.
Campus religious
sponded. eager to play a larg-
er role in the Negro revolution
The 60 universities wire select-
ed on the basis 0| geographic
location, religious and racial
tensions or the need for amel-
iorative action in either the
campus communitj or nearbj
communities, the need t" arouse
interest, and. In many ins! inces,
t, share initiatives undertaken
by various campus groups,
The students insisted on a
c nference with a minimum ol
speeches and big ram'- The
seminar leaders came from the
i IK .,- civil rights activist lead
ership. Delegates v ill return
with new skills at uidellm -
It was i to se a
new kind ol interfaith machin
erv. None existe ; bei au-e this
is the first concerted effort Dl
the national and local level il
Jewish. Catholic, and Protes-
tant student organizations.
Among the 300 delegate-
wire students from such hut
rations a.s the University |
Mississippi and Harvard, the
I diversity of North Carolii a
and Stanford.
Rabbi Groner commented
that many Hillel students
pi i \ jnced thej could no I
remain aloot from the I
struggle and demonstral
i r rs i justice He
Hillel lead" rs had learned i i
re Ihe conference bad a-
sembled "thai social concert
and idealism are not wanting
in this college generation "

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Our fi'm folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
From Hyman Kaplan To
Captain Newman, M.D.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Two Records for Chanuka
DAVID KUSEVITSKY: Jewish
Folk Songs. Cheir, Orchestral
Arrangements and Conducted
by Herman Zalis. Produced
by Allen B. Jacobs. Tikva
Records, T-86. 33-1 3 rpm,
high fid. Tikva, 1650 Broad-
way, Room 301, New York 19.
FAMED Cantor David Kusevit-
q of Temple Emanu-El
in Boro Park, Brooklyn, has a
new recording out ot Jewish
One side i- devoted
ti a rousing "Avremele Mela
med" follow ed by a marvelous
medley ol traditional songs, The
second side be g i n s with "A
Pastuchl" and goes on to 01-
inetsky's lovely "Shiroh,"
Zeitlin Secunda's "Dona Dona.''
Rund Jaffe's "Menasho," in
which the strings have an amus-
ing voice of their own. and ends
with a beautiful Chassidic Mel-
ody.
Kusevitsky uses his peerless
voice like an orchestral instru-
ment. Add Ins superb diction
and dramatic interpretation to
technical fidelity and a clean
surface, and you have a delight-
ful and successful recording.
CHILDREN SING ON CHANU-
KA. Dr. Joachim Prim, Nar-
rator. Vivienne K. Bender,
Director. Produced by Allen
B. Jacobs. Tikva Records,
T-88. 33-1 3 rpm, high fid.
The Temple B*nai Abraham
of Essex County School Choir,
numbering one hundred young
voices, has produced a sequel to
their "Children Sing the Seder,"
which was reviewed here some
months ago. Narrated again
by Rabbi Joachim Prinz. na-
tional president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress it is a
full selection ol Chanuka son -
and comes complete with the
words in English transliteration,
The choir direction docs not
seem quite so creative as il did
en the Pesach record, but this
is due in part to the songs,
which are rather straightfor-
ward. Nevertheless, the record
ing includes a verj spirited
"Hanerot Halalu" and "So\ Sov
S'vivon," ami a good, last "Mi
Yimalel."
The opening and closing
"Hava Narima" is also a pleas-
ant rendition And the bin stings
themselves are beautifully done.
Dr I'rinz' narration notes that
Chanuka is actually a world
historic'" event, without which
"neither Judaism nor Christian
ity would exist."
*
THE CHINESE KOSHER COOK-
BOOK By Ruth and Bob
Grossman. 83 pp. Nw York:
Paul S. Eriksson, Inc., 119 VV.
57th St. S2.95.
Ruth and Bob Gros
Chiin Koshet I
recipe.- authentical
by Rabbi Norman Sk .,! o
Jewish Center ol Kin I
w ay. Brcx ki\ n) Is
about, as much for the vat
Of the idea a- foi the I
recipe titles and Ihe
c ooking insti ucl ions \ -
Spinach Mish Ah G ilici
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Wash good the spinach, it
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Koll llah Dan Sah: thi
answer to the DAK.'' The re-
cipes are unusual and 8
easy, and the Grossmans
lor real autlienticitv. two |
of chopsticks one tie -
one milchig.
UN Listening Post:
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YONY Cur
tis gives a
finel) shaded
corned} p >r
trayal as the
-mU- kick ol
"C a p t a i n
\ e w m a n.
\l 1) in Ihe
new motion pictut e I n m Ihe
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sh World
Ifr'i r II ir l u e i tychiatrist
who a< hii \ed miracli ol i
i \prj ha simple, human
a. h in the it ol
mental pal
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man,
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lit
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The
Ian
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l
e lo the plaj
\ \ I Phoebe Ephron
I. Bn l David
directiot
ol 'I onj i in'
t 'I he spian n -
llect- with hi- portrayal, the
brtsh, inti ammeled nature
with whii Roster had
an
Bv SAUL CARSON
a I
most naive fellow who lives In
hi- own peculiar linguistic tini-
\ erse
At one time in the movie.
durum a colorful hospital par
tj arranged by the Jewish or-
derly, a group of Italian pns
oners of war are announced bj
Laibowitz with the rendition ol
an "American Hebrew" song,
I : me up with "Havah
\.i illah and an Israeli Horah
to the i rprise ol the onlook-
i : on Ihe screen and the list-
eners in the audit nee
The li 'bn w t bant of "H
llah i- also heard il I
i k Her, Sh '
Hcnrj Ko >li r"s latest in
the kid- in the dt rmiti rj
)
ed bj VIi lie-Sandra Di i
froni a folksj kick to ;

Jewish, The
n -il the stage pi
|i i i
did the screen trc dm. i
'Captain New man.'' bt '
heir ovtn original has bci t
iderably watered lown by
Normally Johnson's set
and the routine dire)
well a- pain acting. J
st,wart remains color!.
the much harassed father
young French matinee
Philippe Foryuet. nio-t li
1\ in Robert Parnsh's brllliai:
comedy, "In the Prench Style
with a screen plaj bj Irwii
Shaw iron- bis own .-holt -'
ies, was wasted m the I!
wind made Parisian seq
ol 'Take Her, She- Mil
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United Nations
THE ANNUAL debate en the Arab refugee qua
tion gOl under way here with a big bang, Her
is a pr 'diction: What started with a blast will end
with a whisper. In other wards, nothing -ubstan
tive will come of all the talk The refugees wil
remain in their camps. The Arab ruler- will con
Untie to manipulate the refugees as sowers of dil
tension on Israel's borders. Israel will stand tinn
ly against ail the Arab invitations to commit sui
cide by wholesale "repatriation"' of these enemies, Aud the United
Statesmeaning you. the American taxpayerwill continue to oa)
the bill.
There were several rounds of firing right Off the bat. as the
General Assembly's Special Political Committee convened for its
yearly refugee donnybrook. First of all, there was I)r John II Davis
the head of the United Nations Relief and Works Agencj for Palestine
Refugees. He made the longest speech In his five war career as
UNRWA chief. But what he said can be summarized quickh The
Arabs refuse, the Arabs will continue to refuse to recognize Israel's
existence. Does that mean thai Israel should quietly fold and dis-
appear'/ He didn't say. He conceded that Israel and its people
would fight to the last for the preservation of their land and their
hal He had no solution So much for Dr.
and despairdespair because hi
no way to help the v | ople tor whom his heart bleeds.
slj came another bombshell. The Palestini Coi
ubmi ted a repent to the opening session ol
'hen refugee debate stating that the United Slate- as i
ber ol nmissionhas been conducting "high level" talks
rs ol Israel and the Arab state-, in an effort to find sonu
non to the refugee problem. "Good will," said the Commission, has
bei n shown bj all. Thai's fine.
Bui there i- another aspect to this PCC report. Its Umii
Ihe giveawaj Win was the report put on the delegate- '
iusl as the refugee debate was to start? The answer is eas) Wbal
the l nited state- was trying to do was to tell the committee: Do
Oo anything; don't rock the boat; we are having quiet talk-. I
fore go through the motion:., debate all vou likebut do notl
With the dual nol yet settled, the redoubtable Shukairy came '
"" '" trum, There ,s no need to bore anyone here and now with
' ^"Pitulation of his status be represents no one but his loud sell
''"' '"' and -uen the floorand spoke for two hot
minute- Anyone who wants the details about his talk is welcome
and their ;,
back to his favorite newspaper's files of a year agetwo
''' '"i years ago It's all there, ad nauseum.


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1963
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sw i:i: in "aid i' nplninl w iili the
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IN TH.E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUlT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C118S5
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Mll'l'i-v \ KRIEDMAN
n 11 Mn-des KU Idtng
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n,,i ii'i: IS iii.KM'.'i til\ BN thnl
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IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 116587
i, his KRRN8TEN and STKI.I.A D.
CltKNSTEIN, Iii- aifi .
PI in.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I SI 'N.I A ZKI-'i' ii k a
Si i.N.I A SKSKIN
.in Moraaao Drive, S i:
ai i.mia. ;-..i iria
Vi H Mil-: HERKIIY NtrTIFIED that
:i complaint ii.- been filed acmlnai you
in the above Court lor the return ,'f
.-,i..\\ ii-|,...-iis and S'ou are required
In -,rv- a copy of your ajiawer or
pl-aillim t.i the complaint "ii Plaint-
iffs' attorney. HENRY NORTON, il">!
I'..-, .i v n,. Butldine;, Miami. Pl,,rlla,
anil fil.. iii- ..'luin-ii anawer ing in lh< office ,.f the Clerk >.f the
small i'1.11111.-- ,'otiri "ii or before the
Ifith iIhv .,! li.-.'-iiil.. r. nfi^, at '.':"ii
AM. If \,n f:nl i,i ,l,i s>, jii.luiii. n;
bj default in be taken agalnat you
f.., the i lief ,i in. no lei I in tii- com-
plaint.
I' VTE1' ihis ith day ,,f Novi mber,
I ". I,
SM \l.l. CLAIMS COl'RT
I '.M |:> : ISXHKI LK M VRI.OVV
lleputs Clerk
1 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTI.-i: IS IIEREIIY UIVEN thi
ih. -. i
. -- un.i. r the flftltl ne i
\l'.,' RANK I", IRM8 S ^^ Tl-
si i Miami, I',., i '..in.:\. rlorld
ii mime
i he ii k ,.: the Cil cull I 'out t of I 'ad
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ABC UI'SNESS I', u:\is. INC.
.i i .... i,i.i rporntion
N w ;i.-t Street, M i i "I"
CHRIS i II. LliVENSTEIN
Vtl neya ror
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1III i '..i.,, \\ ai Miami I .. l-'l,,i Ida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ,;i\ BN that
. ... sage Ii
18 I am- of
MIAMI REACH MEDICAL t'l N ER
. \\'.i-h HRl ii \ \ ii-. Mi-
ami Reach, Kin in Inti ndu t ret--
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: ,...l. Counts, r
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l.\li' lit \'l", IRl KS. IN. .
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HENRY A. KAMI'
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M ami lleach, I- Ii
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ICE is IIERERY UIVEN thai
il'; I
SI NSIliNi: Ml.-ll- SERVICE al I 13
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN
the un.i. i -.-m 'I. di -ii Ina t.. ni
- undi i the fk
I'ROI.KCTRU INSTRUMENTS u
13715 Rlai-ayni Boulevard, North Ml
ami, l mm Ida Inti nda i" '
n.un. a-lth the Clerk "f the i
i'.,imi ol I'.ni, County. Klorlda.
i.i:mi .s .i i.mi'a n^ i 'i;.\TA i.
I ilVISIuN. INC.
By: Harvej LeWman, i'i -.
NEIL i lli'MN
Attorm ) lor LanMM I
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Inirrahnm Rulldlnit
Miami '-, Klorid i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61130-B
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I., ills KANE,
I.. .
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
Tn Ml Cri ditoi iml Mi I' I -"n- Hax -
Inn fin I ma or D.-manda VaaliiHi Said

\ .. are hei. ," notlfl, .1 nd re-
: nr. .1 .....ienl ........mis and ,!-
in..mi- which y> i ma* hav, aKiilnnl
Hi.- ..-i,i. ..t I.i i. IS KANE ,'.
late ol I ., i. County, Kloiida. to tin
i'. un(s -In.!'- "i l '"! '
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in th. Ir .. i. In ih.
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: im,- ..i i he Ural it Ion hereof,
i>r the aan bari -.1
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M VRION KANE
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I' pubtfc itlot if thli
das -f No\, n
SEYMi 'I R I SIMi N
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUi NAME LAW
NOT ICE le> H KR E11Y (11VI
the indi htned i
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I laaii r Sti ii Inti ndu i- reglt
ih. 'i. 11. of the i
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BENJAMIN M ON
OME tl llREENK
x ttornes (,,i I;' n m n -
.:i Securltj Trii-'. lildK.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60706-C
RE Batate of
C iSK Si ISKIN,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ edit im! All Pel boi I la
Ina tialma or Demand* Agalnal Sal
Eatiu,
You ... Ri .1 and r.
quln il t" preaeni ans cbilmn ..nd di
Uiaml- M hi, h you ll h
the eatati of ROSK si .SKIN d.
..f i ..ni, 'ountj. Kin Idi
to i i "ountj Judfcea of 1
n. and I lie thi mi dup iti an
as pros Meil n s. ion T ::i 16 Klo Id
lae 'ii I *. .1. i',......\. 1 |.,i
pl.l. ltl x
the time of thi
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.h'SII REPHl'N
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IN THS COt\rv JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60562-B
IN RE Estate ,.t
HARRY iSSIP,
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ I ll.r
hoc ini .- or I .. in..nd A^.i .-.,
1 fled an.I r.
I an.I di
man.I- .' I
he HARRY I iSSl I' di
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nt) J i.Il. i ade 'oun
ii. and tile the mi n du
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slm'utcH, in iii-. Conn
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Ida, within \ i ah ndu I moi ths Iroi
11., i un- .,f the
of, or the .-.im.. win i*. barred
Dated at Minml, Klorlda, th
das "' August, \ l'
KAY "ss;r
KRKH iSSIP
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the 22nd dny f Nom
LEi N A KPSTI S
Al torn, ror Vdmlnl
H ,i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60895 8
IN RE: Eatate ol
UERTRl'DE I ROTH8TEIN.
I......as. il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'r.'lit."- and All Persons llav-
iiiu ,'l.nnis Of D-lttaii'is -\i:aili-t ."-ai'l
i iatatei
You are hen hv notified ami re-
quired t" present an) clalma and de-
i, nii'h you mns have agalnal
I......te ol itMHTRCPH O. Ri iTH>
STEIN deceased late ,.i I vole County,
i loiida, to the Count] Judaea ol Dane
Counts', and file tin warn. In dupHcnte
piot iii-.i in s, clIon
i uia SI 'n'. -. in their offk n
in i',,imt\ Courthousi in i'.ni, C
t Klorlda. within six cnlendat
from ih- lime <>t th. iir>t publk il on
h, i, of, ,.i the name ill be ha
Dated .,' Mia n I loi da, 11
, iber, A D
i BSSK N 1' 'I.i 'Stkin
v- I :\. ui i
.ii ,.i this notli .ni
\
VVEPMAN & VVEPMAN
Attorni
11 1-
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Tl < \ I.I. Tl i M Hi 'M thi :sk I
When UC1DO T CASERTA
Ml \MI. I'I.i lit IDA I.IIS K VIM''
Ml \MI I- I.i IRl DA ENRIQI E 11'. 11
HIALEAH, I- I.i IRII 'A .1 .1 on the Ml
das of June, A.D. 19 a to b
the laws i-t' th
i III IT KM'' iRT .
IMP" >l: ''' v. ., ,'t... ,ti,ni. v h it
Iirhi.'i-..',I place t" h isinesa ai x' \Mi
>ADE ni \ n, ii the State i
i- such it ."in
ti,.|i did "ii th. Til. ini, ..f Novi ml., i
A l' INS, cans, to be til, d n th
- ii, ..I th
11 the docum. nts
mull... s t i -
th
lutlon ,.f Ion.
Now h-i -i'i -. thi Secretary i
- hen h> fs t.. the I
_ and that hi Is satisfied that tl
I i quit '"..... "f the law ha> !.
Ith.
IN ^^ ITNESS u HERRi P, I hax
hereunto set nj hand and has
Seal ol th
Stall of l"l"i Id '. at Tallal
Ii. SK\ BXT1
das "' Nl 'VK.MBKH, \ 11
ToM M M.M.-
S'.n i Im of Sla t.
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Friday, Nove;e; 2"
ill tho
Jewish Problem in Germany Acute
LONDON (JTA) The Daily nationality. About S.000 of them still tahibitad by "^"Jf^"'^,-
Telegraph reported this week from have no contact with the Jewish Nail past, .ana i
bo Si* m *J rstunsisvsi sr Jrtfi T;;- >
currently living in West Germany I DOrt said j their behavior toward Jews.
few of whom "feel secure yet." I
and many of whom maintain dual | Relations with the Germans are, Other Germans,
report
continued, unthinking disclose
their latent anti-Semitism though
,eS5 openly than the Austrian..
-All in all, 25 years after Crystal
Night, when the Naiis room.:.
through German and Austrian
cities, setting syneaogues afire
and beatinj and killing Jews,
(he problems of *W l
many remain formidable, the
report stated.
At national leu -
latioiu have devi
> well, i he repori
The W'cs' (,<
h-ir restitution
West Germany has Is-
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presidents Reception Will
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0I honor at the Prcsi-
Reception of the Women's
., ol the American Friends
II,.!,.,. fniversity on Fri-
1 be Mrs. Jack S. Popick.
p ck early recognized
gd for I separate women's
( assume the responsibil-
ll Jewish National and
-jjtj : ibrary on the camnua
I, I'nivcmty in Jcru-
\\,i i -mall gmup o*
, aders, Mrs Popick
,,i i jetber more than so
runcfl in her North
h me m February. 1962.
.. imen'a Division was
on (hat occasion.
. since hai eootintwd
the work of Hebrew
. i national board
e president of the
I i i hapter, chairman
A "I the Year Aw aril
i is president of the
I lends Chapter in
Popick are found-
n< campus of the He
". v> ith a till, of Sl'.V
-. in the building pro
. i re ding the lacili-
00 students enroll
\ii and Mrs. Pop
-i iblished a ichol
in honor of Judge
e< inthal, chairman of
>\ i mora of the He-
\. ol uhich \!i
lember.
ted scroll
e noted artist Lrv-
\i iami Beach v ill
Mi Popit k .ii the
MJ. JACK S. fOFICK
luncheon Mrs. Max WeiU. chair
man ol the Woman of the Year
'ncheon, will make the presenta-
tion.
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff. presi
dent "f the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division of the American
Friends, has invited the membei
hip and interested friends to the
1 p in reception F.idax in her
home, 5829 No Bayshora Dr
Guest speaker will be hen Mindlm.
executive editor ol The Jewish
Fioridian
\T
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' n some of the Jordan Maish special fashions ta-
rn ubioad. New York and Califonua for a "Tribute
rship" by Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on
il the Deauviile
He Hotel.
Fashion Show to Spark
Member Fete Monday
h Chapter "I Hadai
honor Ita paid-up mem
.. '"" membara at a gala
' Membership" on lion
the Deauviile
V in., at
I I.
i' Cahn, membership
: 'l'<" -aid that the pro-
1 '"s.st of a fashion
\,r Jordan Jdar-h. with
, [anor (iunby as commen
*P'ing -The Hadaasah
h the Year.- writ
" Henry B. Wernick.
wc preaidaaM
well known mez
accompanied By' F.sih
er Barrett, will provide the musi-
cal portion of the program
Guest speaker will be Mrs Ezra
5h ipiro, oi Cleveland, 0. former
national vice preaidenl ol Hadas-
sah. now serving Hadassah as a
volunteer worker and one of the
outstanding women Zionista in the
middle weal
Preaidenl of Miami Beaah Chap-
ter i- Mrs Nathan Barth. and in
charge of arrangements ia Uri
Harold Melnick. lira. Jack Davis
is coordinator Of life membership
aii membership and life member-
shm chairmen of the is groups of
Hadassah on Miami Beach are on
the committee
the C(JJ<
oman s
IJUorU
' Jewish Fioridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 22. 1963
Section B
Mizrachi Elects Miami Woman
Mrs. Alfred Stone, of Miami,
was elected to the national board
of the Mizrachi Women's Organ-
ization cf America at the close of
the 38th annual national conven-
tion oi the women's religious-Zion-
ist organization in Washington,
DC.
She will participate at the na-
tional policy level in the develop-
ment and operation of the organi-
zation's extensive network Of child-
care, social welfare and vocational
education projects in Israel.
Mizrachi Women's national board
serves as a steering committee for
more than 890 local chapters.
councils and regions of the organ-
ization.
The four day convention, which
redacted Mrs Ell Resnikoff, of
Brooklyn. NY. as national pies
ident. voted a budget of Sl.295.0tX)
to maintain and expand services
MRS. [LI neSNIKOff
to Israel's new immigrants and
youth in the coming year.
Celebrating the 30th anniver-
sary ot the establishment of Youth
A11 > .1)1 the agency which has
brought more than 110.000 Jewish
children to Israel from every part
of the world, the convention formu-
lated plans for new educational ap-
proaches in its projects in Israel.
Delegates representing 50.000
members in 37 states also called
for a new initiative by the U.S. in
promoting Arab-Israel peace talks.
urged the government to work for
a bettering Of conditions of Jews
in the Soviet Union, and pledged
themselves to a strong civil rights
program in the IS
Speakers at the annual meeting
included Sen. Hugh Scott, of Penn-
sylvania, who received the organ-
ization's 1963 'America Israel
Friendship Award."
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton arrange a reception in their home
for members of the Committee of Hosts for the Temple Emanu-
El-Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner. The reception was to take
place Thursday evening. The Liptons are chairmen of the
committee, and Joseph M. Lipton is chairman of the Chanuka
Festival Dinner which will take place on Dec. 10 in honor of
Han" Sirkin.
Mrs. Greene
Will Decorate
\ Worn, chairman of
Hospital*! third an
i. Ball to be held at the
pail Hotel on Dec 14.
annniinr.il this week the appoint
Robert z Greene as
(hainnan for the gala
i
a of red, silver and
be ised throughout the
1 cocktail area, with
table decorations
bo ationj ol these
Mrs Greene on
- Mrs i.i nari \
Dora Stein Sisterhood
"A Trial by Jury." a musical
play by the Sisterhood Player-
will be presented al a membership
meeting of the Dora stem Sister
Ik o l of Israelite Center, 3198 SW
124th Ter., on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Aron Bellenkoff i- member
ship chairman
'Mad World" Will
Premiere Here
'' ......' ''"- Mad. Mad,
Mod. Mad World.- Stanley Kra-
mer's latest production, is liea led
by such star stalwarts as Spencei
Tracy. Milton Boric. Sid Caesar
Buddy Hacked. Ethel Merman
Mickey Roone>. Dick Shawn. Phil
Silvers, Terry Thomas and Jona-
than winters
Southern premiere is on Thurs-
day evening, Dec. 19, at the Flor-
ida State Theatre's new Sheridan
Cinerama Theatre, Arthur God-
frey Rd., Miami Beach, as a bene-
iii performance tor the Opti Mrs.
Chid oi Miami I.earn rtn p, ,
oods will Co to the Opti-Mrs.
Scholarship Fund for emotionally
disturbed children Reservations
chairman is Mrs. I.ouis Pizer. Tic-
ket chairmen are Mrs. Harry Has
kin and Mrs. Sam Hirsch
Co stars are Kdie Adams and
Dorothy Provine and a host o
Other uiminarus. including Eddie
"Rochester" Anderson, Jim Back-
us. Bin Blue. Art Carney. Barrie
Chase. William Dcniaicst. Peter
Falk. Paul F( rd, I.eo C.orcey. Ed-
ward Everett Horton, Buster Kea-
ton. Don Kiiott.-. Carl Reiner, The
Three Stooges, Joe E. Brown and
many, many others, particularly
Jimmy Durante
Its a Mad. Mad. Mad. Mad
World." to be released by United
Artists, will be presented in the
new Cinerama single lens projec-
tion stem in Technicolor, captur-
ing the beauty of the California
mountains.
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Chanuka Art
Shown at Temple
Mrs Morris A Skop, public
ichoi! ..it ti.. \ e a demon-
stration of I. n k.. art on ba-
tique pastel and die-cutting dur-
pi Beth Shiran Sis-
terh 'iiil; held Wednesday
evening at the Temple.
Exhibit oi i hanuka art work by
the Religious School students was
layed, and a Chanuka musi-
cale, under the direction ol Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, wras presented.
Business agenda "t the meeting
was conducted by President Mrs
Burton Y.i.i'i., who announced
plan- for the carnival to be held
on Sunday, Dec i. at the Temple.
A report on the blood hank was
given b) Dr. Howard Leaner, and
20 new members ot the Sisterhood
were introduced
The gift shop, with a special
display of Chanuka g'fts, books
and records, was i pen lor the
evening,
lADt VV0U10 UKl TO SHA*t HIK
Air-Conditioned Beach Apt,
"Hi another woman. By year or
*es3ion ol reasonable prict.
.^_CalUE 83250
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COINS
"ought, sold arilmMi
MneyW. Smith-Acre Coins
"U BISCAYIK BIVD. FR 71M0,
NEW CUSTOM-MADE
"'CE CREAM SET"
Consijrtrtg of Table,
pfovineial Formka Top,
2 Chairs to match.
Foam Rubber in Aqua.
* not fit my decor.
Phone FR 3-4605
Miss Kelly.
Hollywood School
Opens Up Annex
To provide [or an unanticipated
influx of students from the Holly
wood Hi'is section, Beth Sholem of
Hollywood Religious School will
conduct four cessions weekly at
Hollywood Hills Elementary
School.
Educational director. Bruce
Rahman, and Aviva Richman arc
Hebrew instructors for the 30 stu-
dents enrolled in the Hollywood
Hills annex. Overall enrollment
for Beth Sholem Religious School
is 250.
Manuel Solomon, school chair
man. reports that "from all pres
ent indications, there will be a full
schedule of religious school cour-
ses in Hollywood Hills next year."
Daily nursery school at Beth
Sholem has instituted afternoon
sessions in addition to morning
sessions to fulfill the many re-
quests received for an all day nur-
sery. It is the only nursery school
affiliated with a temple in Brow
ard County.
On the nursery staff are Ruth
Spitzer. head nurterj teacher, as-
sisted by Blanche Turgel and Mar
ilyn Stiles.
"Ticket sales look pretty good," says Mrs. Jerome Rado, pres-
ident of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach to Ticket
Chairman Mrs. Harold Soglovitz as they meet to discuss plans
for the Leaque's luncher.n for the benefit of the Tumor Clinic
of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Shown seated in addition to Mrs. Rado
(center) are co-chairmen of the affair, Mrs. Irvinq Rubin far
left, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld far riqht. Standing (far left) is co-
chairman of the Ticket Committee, Mrs. Robert Grossman.
The luncheon will be on Dec. 11 at the Fontainebleau.
College Alumnae Election Slated
New officers of the Lindenwood L. b. Allen, secretary; Mrs. Gil
College Alumnae of Miami will be bert Broking, treasurer; and Mis
elected at a noon luncheon meet- Lillian Nitchcr. alumnae boan
ing Friday at Betty's Restaurant, member.
Slate for 1962-63 included Mrs. Lindenwood College for Womoi
Herbert Levy jr. president; Mrs is located in St. Charles, Mo.
No, they don't come this way. You still have to
do a little work. Like opening the can, putting
the beans in the pan, heating them. But your
reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of
them yell for seconds. And you have two rea-
sons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz
(strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly deli-
cious. (2) They're good for people. Big on
proteins. So be a hero.Tonight. \gf
KOSHER AND PAREVETHE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE @ SEAL OF APPROVAL
OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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To Guararrtee Prompt Service
FISHERMAN'S BRAND
Ph. NE 4-9991
In Rear
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Friday.
ov
ember 22. 1963
fJwist fhrirjgrun
Page 5-B
Hadassah Leader
A+ Oneg Shabbat
y, ,.-, stupiro. of Cleveland,
,.lh leader. will be
.leer at a life number-
- ... 5habba1 of the Miami
'., 0| HadaSMft on Saturday.
th< home of Mrs Lou,s
;.iiiir ', chairman. 6501 Granada
l!' Gable*
, ii the middle link
htoe generations of
in the Greater
are i
me will be Medical
Fund, the Hadassah
I UH membership
'
Shai is a former na-
resfdent of Hadassah,
S)M ittended four World
. (ongresses as a Hadaaaafa
doli pate, taaludlBj the 25th Con-
heifl Jerusalem, which
eighth trip to Israel
... ,, graduate of Buatei
in New York. In addi-
, to her Hadassah activities.
5h erved for many years in the
u, ,. i Division of the Cleveland
.Kw h Welfare Fund as a mem
ber Of the '>ard. Mrs. Shapiro
,. rmer ehairman of the Worn-
eBs Division of State of Israel
Bonds in Cleveland, as well as a
member vi the board of the Bu
... of Je ii!i Education there
,t the National Women's
I,. : Hte the Initet Jewish
App*-< I
Art Exhibit Due
At Phi Sig Fete
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority will
hold its Founders Day Brunch on
Sunday. ll:30 a.m.. at Kings Bay
Country Club Mrs Anna Bren-
ner Meyers will be guest speak-
er at the 50th anniversary cele-
bration.
In honor of event. Phi Sigma
Sigma will feature an art exhibit
selected and edited, and with
Commentary by Dr. Virgil Barker,
auhor of "American Painting,"
former editor of Art Magazine and
director of Kansas Citj Art in-
stitute.
Representing American Art since
1913, the exhibit was deigned by
Clayton Charles and Jerry Frank- Left to right are Bryna Silverman, co-chairmen of Phi Sigma
el of the University of Miami Art Sigma Founders Day brunch; Mrs. Myles Eaton, alumnae
^M^Snt. the exhibit is at "*on; Hazel Cohen. Beta Theta archon; Mrs. Norman
Hunter College. Sholk. alumnae advisor.
Dance Musical
Set at Flagler
Gi
M
<
lay evening at 830
the Sisterhood of F'auler
a -h Center will pre
dai i and musical review.
Stai rJMne Again.'' featur
letabers who have ap-
~Ti .-let Graiu .i -hows
i for htneing will be fur-
.. ek'l Band Re
; h.' served.
1 in the show are
. oore. Bernard Ros
,\. Shapiro, and U
Mea lanes Buddy
ft Berrin Mart) lm
. I' Lapin, Ed Moore,
Paul Dreiser
imp! la in charge
Tickets are avail
the -. nter office.
MIS. ilkA SHtfIKO
'America Week1
Program Slated
Follow ing a short business meet
ing at Hibiscus Temple on Mon
day at 7:30 p.m., George Ger>h-
win Knight* of Pythias Lodge will
participate, with all other Pythian
lodges, in a special "Know Your
America Week" program.
Honored guest will be Sam
Avins. Grand Lodge District Dep
uty Collation will be under the
direction ot Harry ilen, past
president, Dtstn Chancellor's
Association, sponsoring group
Fred Zeiger is current chancel
lor commander ol Lodge 196.
Funds to Assist
Art Conservatory
at the Tuesda) eve
thr......arty sponsored by
r-'tm Conservatorj will
ai i building to house
ut:. first integrated non-
. if,, i Arts School estab
ii
Film at the Parkway Theater
be HLUllaa ol the Field," star
Sidney Poitier. in its pre
ie premiere showing.
addition to the film, evening
include an exhibit of Miss
."hi ~na Simor.hoff's paintings in
theater lobbjr, a concert by the
rt Thomas Jazz Trio follow
the show, and refreshments,
th Miss Stmoiihoff and Thomas
are member- ol the Fine Arts Con-
... rvatory stuff.
Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, director,
i- in charge of reservations for the
premiere,
Adoth Yeshurun
Burns Mortgage
\ landnuck In the history ol
Temple Adith Y'-minm will !
observed on Sui lay evening when
the Temple's first mortgage will
be burned Sponsored by the con
.hi ii. Sisterhood and the,
Men's I lob, th ceremony will be
followe' b; a buffel supper and
In announcing the celebration,
josi ph Lie Iman, presidenl ol the
congregation said, '.'We purchs
pre: lo July, 1961
\t that lim the bull mg was u >
-i, ,i Th were expos
ed cemenl block-, the celling "pen
and the fli on bate In addil i
:hi congregation l< n heir lo three
existing m rtgagea
"Today, the entire building is
plettil. Including th.' sane
tuary, social hall and classrooms
We have in addition paid off our
first mort'.;. ge. This represents
a total Investment on the part of
the coniregation of $45,000."
Liedmao added that the sum
of monej was raised In the last
eight months.
an
8 layer
%Hero"
with
Cream Cheese
on every laysr
Souffcwtsf Center Sisferhood
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood will hold a Chanuka Donor
Mart ajid spaghetti dinner at the
Center, -6348 SW 8th St.. on Sun-
daj at 4 p.m
Ark Cover Will
Be Dedicated
A new Ark cover (porocheth)
and cover for the rabbi's and can-
tor's podium will be dedicated
Friday during late services at
Temple Zamora.
Donated in memory of Joseph
Cohen by his family, the maroon
porocheth was designed in New
York. The late Mr. Cohen was
a member of Zamora.
Rabbi Hershrl Brooks will of-
ficiate at the special services, to
be followed by refreshments in
honor of the occasion.
WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN
Have Kasha Instead of potatoes tonight
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money back.That* Krafts promise to you.
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TASTIEST... because Philadelphia Brand cream cheese is made with that
"particular appeal" to the yiddishen ta'am ... FRESHEST because it's the
fastest-selling cream cheese in town. Certified Kosher.


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Friday, November 22. 1963
Menorah Forms Parents' Group
Temple Menorah announces the
organization of fe||gp JiXPV tailed
Parents of Menorah" The new
association was launched at a par
ents conclave at the Temple, and
received official recognition from
the Board of Directors as an affili-
ated agency
Parents ol Menorah will ad 81
a service Bgencj lor the Templet
Religious Schools and seek to at-
tain a cultural growth for parents
of Menorah. As a serv'ce agency
the group will participate in school
projects sponsored for children
such as festival celebrations and
school assemblies.
As a cultural organization, it
will co-sponsor the Institute ol
Jewish Studies of Temple Men
orah. with special festival wort
shops on the history', mean'ng and
modern implementation of niajcr
Jewish [estivajft ^
At the conclusion of the parent -
conclave. I'.abbi Mayer Abramo
wit! congratulated the follow in.
who were appointed to the Steti
ng Committee for the newly-form-
d group: Mrs. Harry Friedman
chairman protem. and Mcsdame-
K.iy Flax, Edward Grcenberg. Mai
-hall Kratzer. Jerry l.elchuk. Ber
nard Passman. Miltcn Bobbins
Edward Scheeilar, Julio Schaii
loski. Saul Strachman. Stanle;.
W.illman. Howard Weinstock. Not
man WiUiager, Isidore Wollov i-
and Jack Zuckerman.
In acknowledging the new club
Maurice Revitz president of Tem
pie Menorah. congratulated Ui
leadership of the group.
:its cf Menorah Steering Committee un-
active program furthering the
and i.ieais of educctlon and service to
B SchooL Standing (left to :.
Met men jack Zuckerman. Edward
Sau! Strachmcn. Isadore Woilo-
Stanley Wallman. Ssated deft to righJ
- -p M'sdames Edward Schaeffer, Milton Rob-
bins, Harry Friedman, encirman pro-tern How-
zk and Julio Schniadoski. Not
shown, but appointed '.o the Executive Com-
e. are Mesdames Fay Flax. Marshall
Kratzer Jerry Lelch.uk, Bernard Passman and
Norman Willinger.
Menorah Expands Aduif Education Series
To Include Three Sets of Lectures
Temple Menorah is expanding
- .:!u!t education program to in-
tude formal classes everv Tues-
ay morning, which begin Nov.
-1 monthly lecture series every
urth Wednesday night: and the
-t Ideas Lecture Series inaug
by the Temple last year.
Formal Tuesdaj evening classes
fer:
Hebrew to ac-
iii students with the Prayer
.:--: -, ici Mrs Nathan
the instructor.
I Hebrew." the
lary to carry on sun-
conversation ir. Hebrew. Ben-
Utshuler is instructor.
"The History of Ancient Is-
rael.'" under Herzl Honor, director
of education at Temple Menorah.
who will examine the main events
that brought Judaism into oeine
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
conduct a cla>5 in The Book of
Ecclesiaste.-. a study of the text.
as -e!l as the ideas of the "g ith
cynic."
A series of five lectures, entitled
"Judaism in the Modern World.""
will be offered by the Temple's In-
stitute of Jewish Studies The lec-
tures will be given by Rabbi
Abramowitz on "Meaning and
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In addition to the formal classes
and lecture series, the Institutes
will feature special Parents Work-
shops preceding each of the Jew-
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shops will describe the meaning of
the festivals, a- well as their ob-
servance in the home and the
synagogue.
The Institute of Jewish Studies
at the Temple will be co-sponsored
this year by Sisterhood and the
newly formed Parents of Menorah
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Human Rights Commission Member Will
Address Joint Distribution Committee
Mrs. Max R. Silver (right), chairman, and Mrs. Max Jacobson,
co-chairman of annual Beth David Day. discuss the event
slated for Dec. 7 at Spector Hall and Coconut Grove Play-
house.
Annual Beth David Day Will
Feature Luncheon, Grove Play
By Special Report
Marietta Tree, (Jutted States
-epresentatlve to the United Na
ions Commission on llumar.
tights, will be principal speakei
it the 48th annual meeting of the
loint Distribution Committee ii
Vew York cm rhursdaj. Dec 3.
Mrs. Tree, who has long been
icfve in humanitarian and civi
ighta poops, also served as U.S
iltornatc delegate to the 17th UN
ieneral Assembly,
other speakers who will address
he year-end conference incl id"
loses A Leavitt, JDC executive
Ice chairman and Charles H
lordan, director-general lor over
teas operations. Members of the
IDC National Council trom all
>arts of the country will hear re
wits on the agency'8 welfare and
rehabilitation operations in some
10 countries around the world, and
a ill ael on a proposed budget for
1964 JIK receives its funds main-
'y from the campaisns of the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal.
Mrs, Tree was one of the foun-
ders of Sydcnham Hospital in New
York City, the first interracial vol-
untary hespital in the United
States. She was appointed by
Major Wagner in lf)5* to serve '-
i C'oinmiss:oner of the City ol New
'/oik on th" (Vimmiss.on on Inter
.roup rielatons. She was. lor
nany years, a member of the
Ward of the National t'rban Lea-
gue and the Nefffhborhcod Chil
Iren's Centei She was also a
lirector of Hi" International Kea
in- Committee.
Mrs Tree ;s now serving as a
Vnnual Beth David Day will
thi ..tie party and lunch
the auapicea of Beth
. -, rhood "ii Wednesday,
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R Silver i^ chairman
i v ith Mrs Max Jac
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ill begin at n :30 i m
Spectoi Hall, with a luncheon
-pnes of Mrs Lillian
, itering manager
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Psychologists Dr. Floret c
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Irving Shalom, the group's pres
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"Regards from Israel."
Zvi Perach will offer a discus
ston "u Perek Yomi, the dailj
chapter ol the Bible.
c.ue-t speaker will be Zvi Sax,
who will speak on "Problems of
y iuth in Israel. Question and
er period will follow.
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*Jenislirk>ridHaf}
Rosenthals Will
Live in Jax
^ranees ^L^ehmatt ---------------Following a honeymoon to Nas
sau. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rosen-
thai will live on Green Palm Lane,
Jacksonville. *
Wedding ceremony and recep-
tion were held on Saturday even-
ing, Nov. 17, at the Algiers Hotel.
Rabbi David Shapiro officiated at
the nuptials.
r The former Barbara Elaine
[iSylver chose a white peau dc soie
gown with detachable chapel
train and bodice of alencon lace,
w/NUAki ftP the WEEK and carried white orchids on a
4-year-old Molhe ***^&XSttEmZ This; was a member of the Art Club
?, tSitB and ^ WOre ^H^rDicrgrSua^from
ned three weeks later McArthur High and attended
Dan didn't l.ke Mississippi, and Molhe Junior Co|lcsl,
didn't like New York. A glowing letter from ^^ q{ ^ bridcf,room are
a Mend described Miami as being so hot that | and Mrs gam Rosenthait of
all business had to be done at night. Since Mir Serving as best man
Dan was in the electrical business at the;-
time, it sounded marvelous. So
they came, and liked it at once. At first.
Mollie joined all organizations and became S^^g rry" Poaster. David
active in community affairs. However. Molhe, ^ Ran Cotton ushcrs
is quick to admit Dan was so much better at I ______________
this kind of work than she. that she slid __. .. lai'M
right out of the picture, leaving the field to MISS DOIKCP Will
him. She much prefers buying tickets to -,__
selling them. WGO III JUllC?
In their thirty-eight years of married life, Dr and Mrs Abranan, Bolker
Mollie insists that the fate of God's people lies here with the Jews in annonce (he engagement of their
the same, their interests the same. Six grandchildren are just the daugnter Enen Marion, to Rob-
right number to take on picnics. Three belong to Charlene, now cr{ Sau( pornorantz. son of Mr.
Mrs. James Meyer. Andria. now Mrs. Robert Magoon. has two; and gn(, Mrs Abranam pomerantz, of
Lloyd Ruskin and his Ilene have one. Travel rlays a big part in the Fiora| Park N Y.
life of the Ruskins. They have been all over the world. The first, A June graduate 0f Barnard
ijwai Howard Rosenthal, with Alan
Jay Cotton, Reuben Mizrahi, Keti-
nv Zinner, Mickey Sylver, Steve
MOUli
ing in oil. So lar. me twenty
she has done have received much comment. Her son-in-law thinks
ihey are so good that he is using them in his offices throughout the
State Watch for a Florida scene with an M.K.R. in the corner.
Mollie, in her softspoken way. says she i<= just an average per-
son living an average life, trying in the course of an average day to
make someone else just a little happy.
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BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Alyce i Mrs. Leon) Ell just took her snazzy red car in for its 2.000-
snile checkup. She has had it exactly one whole year .
Dotty (Mrs. Leom Kaplan claims that she has wall tow all hostess
badges lrom the recent 32nd General Assembly at the Diplomat
Hotel .
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Sam Cohen and Mike Gettinger, for-
mer Greater Miami Jewish Federation staffers, had a kissing good
lime greeting their friends at the General Assmbly. Sam's Thelma
was with him. but Ben and Mike had to take hellos home to Mickey
and Claire, respectively .
Hazel Cypen and her favorite judge. Irving Cypen, are back from
York. Twelve days, twelve shows.

PINK BUBBLY
Diana (Mrs. Leonard) Treister had a champagne bridal luncheon
lor Carol Hawley who will marry Burton Cohen during the holiday
season. At a round table all pink and white with love birds in a pink
and white carnationed bird caee, Carol's closest friends laughed, talk-
ed, ate delicious Westvlew Country Club food and drank pink cham-
pagne.
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FIFTY YEARS, FIFTY CANDLES
Rhonda (Mrs. Morris) Levitt says that she saw her mother, Sylvia
Berman, speechless for once. Longtime friends from Chicago, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Pozin, brought Mrs. Berman to the Levitt home pre-
sumably to say hello to the Levitt moppets, Michele and Allen. In-
stead there was a full-blown cocktail party with eight of Mrs. Ber-
man's friends and relatives on hand to wish her a most happy birth-
day. It took some time to get the fifty candles all lighted since Allen
kept blowing them out. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Klein, Mr. and Mrs Terry Sponucr, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stern, Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Korn (he was Mrs. Bcrman's physician when she was a little
girl), Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ashman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pincus, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Miller, Mrs. Joseph Barson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lundy and Mrs.
Jerry Lundy and Miss Anne Greene.
* *
VETERANS OF PTA
Veterans Day was a good day for the Miami Be3ch Senior High
School PTA to have a faculty luncheon at which time they paid tribute
to some of their vete-an PTA presidents, like Mrs. Harry Rogers,
Mrs. Phillip Lefki-witz, Mis. John Owen, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs.
Leon Green and Mrs. Donald Smith. Mrs. Leon Ell and Mrs. Ber-
tram Thorpe went on a tour to see their namer on a gold plate along
with the other PTA presidents' names. They found the gold plate
hanging on the wall back in storage in the Supply Room nearly ob-
" scured by boxes. Times marches onalso presidents. Among host-
esses who made the luncheon friendly were Mrs. Harry Kaplan, Mrs.
Philip Grenwald, Mrs. Irving Goodman, Mrs. Arthur Courshon, Mrs.
Lillian Eisenberg. Mrs. M. Roscnhouse, Mrs. Arnold Rubin, Mrs. Sher-
man Kaplan, Mrs Alex Gordon and Mrs. Mclvin Richard.
*
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_ Lee and Stephen Carner, with their children, Vicki and Douglas,
are back in Miami after an absence of over a year. They are busy
uotting settled in their new home in Coral Gables. What a job! Lee
is delighted to be back and her friends are doubly happy.
sity in New York.
Her fiance, a registered phar-
macist, is a senior medical stu-
dent at Downstate New York Mod
ical College, and will receive an
MD degree in June. Both Ellen
and Robert are studying on full
scholarships.
A New York wedding in June
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Kirsner, Block
Engagement Told
First day of the New fta* js
lha we ding date ior Maril. Elaine
Kirsner and Dr. Burtor. Slack,
1810 Bay Rd.
Announcement ol the engage-
ment and approaching r irriage
is made by the parents of the
future bride. Mr. and Mr Myer
Kirsner. 19400 NE 18th C, the
bridegroom-to-be is the sor of .\|r
and Mrs. George Black, 1S3I Bay
Rd.
The prospective bride earned a
HI5A degree at the University >i
Miami. A doctor of vo'-inniy
medicine, her fisnee is a ^rad
uale of Auburn Un.versit Now-
practicing at 1845 Bay Ed,, he
-pent two years in the I :i. Vet-
erinary Corps.
The couple will bt marrie; on
Jan. 1. 1963. at thi Doral Country
dob.
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MRS. AlUN R0SINTHAI
Annual Auction
At Beth David
Women of Beth David Sister
hodi are busily finishing plans
for their annual auction to be held
m Spector Hall on Sundaj even-
ing.
Leonard Stern will be auction-
eer, and there will be many items
auctioned. There i- no admission
and coffee and refreshi
will be served
June Rites Set
For Miss Braun
it will be a Jur.t trejdding lor
IfJM Arlene Br ....: and John
Alterman, whose hetrornal is
made known by thi future bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daud
Braun, 248t sw 26th Ln.
Now attending \:> nive ...*> of
Miami, the brkle-rktt is i grad-
uate of Miami Set..., r0|
Her fiance will .(...ate May
from the Million School
nance, University ol Pi
vania. He serve; i.- ; res : t of
Phi Sigma Delta Frateroii
Parents of th< pros]
ridegroom are Mr. SJdne I
man and Mrs. Rose A
both of Miami
Date of the marriage June
11. 1964.
Musicale Set
At Beach Home
Mrs \i Sch i Izman, of
6225 Alton R will I nsl a lunch-
eon i! me on Sal
urday, l .
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as well .
Mis H bie Derwin,
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where he las child pr
Miss Kaye has evi ral eon.
c< rts locallj Mi D rwin, who
has api eared in Bi musi-
cal coin- dies, Pinian's
bow, i- now leaching piano,
voice and expression in I't Lau
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bi; Larry Cortafe snd
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Page 3-B
her hemline. The strapless dress
had a short fitted jacket, and
the cut ot the dress and jacket
created a floral petal effect.
Mrs. Lee Cardozo chose a full-
length iced blue peau de soie
evening coat over a gown of
peau de soie with chiffon bod-
ice. The chiffon was embroid-
ered with rhinestones and cav-
ier beads. Mrs. Lester Russin's
jeweled white satin had its own
matching jacket which wig trim-
med with white mink cuffs.
WESTVIEW Country Club held
;,n opulent formal open-
,. dinner dance Saturday night
[0r some 200 guests. For the oc-
casion Mrs. Paid Meyer, wite of
Hi, clubs president, chose a
white chiffon covered with ver-
bally embroidered satin lined
bugle beads.
\lr. Nathan Kingler wore a
black >heer French silk with a
huh neckline, featuring softly
draped rmliuting lines. and
h -kirt , h.iniilly lace over beige
, de >oie was the choice of
\l,. Edward Circus. Her two-
gowrl was composed of a
hiji neck fitted tunic over a
lh -kirt Talented Mrs. Mar
\-e\ Solomon knit the gold sheath
she wore. Sleeveless and
huh necked, she also braided
abrlc mto a belt. A silver
ihite brocade was the se
: of Mrs. Harry Cold Mrs.
i Myers' sheath was an
i| colored alencon lace over
de soie.
brocade was worn by
\lt- Mark Matthews. Her wai-t
,c ket was trimmed with
ranch mink cults Mrs. Michael
peau de soie sheath
ha modified bateau neckline
ipped low i-, th" hick
hi v -lh ;> self I ihric
Her garnet colored
|i limed a court train.
, tafia \' as the choice
Hi rman Nertz Softly
the waul her sheath
. ,. hand at the hem "i
bugle heads and
I"
kjRS. David Cilman \\<>rc an
* .ion and gold bro-
th Her fitted bod
halter neckline and
.1 km scoopi .1 ba< k
faille draped over one
1 in the Grecian motil
\h r. rnard
Siderman. Mrs. Richard Deutch
chose a mint green and ivory
brocade. Mrs. Arthur Winanck
wa-. in black with a high neck-
line. Her long sleeves of sheer
illusion were embroidered with
black jet beads. White peau de
soie was worn by Mrs. Jean
Srenco, the fitted bodice of her
strapless gown encrusted with
silver-lined bugle and cavier
beads.
Black French silk created Mrs.
Samuel Resnicks gown, which
wa> highlighted by a handmade
Italian lace stole. Gold lace
embroidered with gold lame and
worn over gold satin was the
choice of Mrs. Rose Moseson. A
draped pannier of the satin was
in the back from her waist to
Beach Woman
Visits Israel
Mrs Jacques Cohen, of Miami
Beach, is now on a Had a s s a h
round the-world tour.
During her visit to the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Center
in Jerusalem. Mrs. Cohen said that
"it is the last word in modernity. '
"Furthermore, it is an educa-
tion in creative Jewish living, be-
in^ built through a combination of
valiant work, know-how and in-
genuity. Hadassah members all
over the world can !>c very proud
of it and should continue to give
of their best to it."
I Miami Beach, Mis Cohen is
a member of Henrietta Szold
Group and works for its journal
Rabbi Brooks Lectures
1 Hershel Brooks lectur-
ed on ''Torah Laws ol it- Read-
,i history, and custom of
die Aliyah." in the adull educs
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RS. Baron de Hirseh Meyer
was in a pale yellow chif-
ton gown with a jacket heavily
encrusted with gold sequins and
jewels. Her gown was softly
swirled around the sheath to the
hem, and caught in the back in
a modified flounce. A two-piece
Indian mo-iac print was the
choice of Mrs. Sanford Bacon.
Shocking pink, purple and orange
blended into the tunic top and
sheath skirt.
Mrs. Buil Greenberg's burnt
red Italian knit featured a high-
cow led neckline and buttons
down the back to the deep slit
A red satin rolled belt encircled
her waist. Beaded emerald
green peau de soie from France
was worn by Mrs. William Wcin-
traub Mrs. Arthur Kravitz
chose a golf lame with gold cav-
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tail at the neckline.
MRS. JACQUES COHEN

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"Member-Bring-a-Member" brunch of the Technion Society,
held at the home of Mrs. Jay Dermer, 2525 Flamingo PI., adas
40 new members to the Greater Miami Women's Division. A
non fund-raising group, members' dues support student schcl-
arships to Technion, Israel's largest engineering collego.
Shown admiring a photo of the campus on the hills of Hciia
are (left to right) Mesdames Max Brustein, Sara Romer, Jay
Dermer, and Hendrik J. Berns. ______
Former Miamian Is Speaker Here
Former Miamian. Mrs Chester the home of Mrs. Milton Fit! 'I
(Blanche) Ross, was guest speak- 1224 Andora Ave.
er at a garden brunch given by Daughter of localites Mr. ind
the Miami Chapter. Brandeis Uni- Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Mrs. Ros- is
vertity Women's Committee. Af- serving a third term as national
fair was held Monday morning at vice president
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. lewlst fJhrkfiaiL
Friday. November 22, 1963
Thanksgiving Service Slated
Rabbi Daniel W. Lowy. o "in
pie ginai, will present a Blbtici ^
reading, Rabbi M. L. achtei, ,'
B'nai Sholom. will lead in r-npnn-
sive reaclfns, and the beru I
will be offered by Rabbi Simon
April, of Congregation Reth oshe.
Si>terhnod of Temple
Yeshurun will host a rr ption
following the service.
At a CJFWF commendation ceremony of the
Afro-Asian Institute, are seated (left to right)
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the
Kupat Holim Business and Professional Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
co-chnirman. Standing are Moshe Berman,
executive director; Joseph Kuluwa, treasurer
of Israel Histadrut here; Julian Freeman, past
president of the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, who cited the Afro-Asian
Institute on behalf of the William Shroder
Award Committee; Nahum Guttman, director,
National Israel Histadrut Campaign; and Sam
Feinstein, newly-elected president of Greater
Miami Israel Histadrut here.
Histadrut Unit Cited at CJFWF Assembly Here
The Afro Asian Institute of His-
faclrut was singled out for special
commendation at the 32nd Gen-
ml Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds held here Nov. C to 3 at the
Diplomat Hotel
With some 1,000 delegates from
federations throughout the United
States and Canada in attendance,
the Afro-Asian Institute was cited
by Julian Freerrun. past CJFWF
president, at a banquet present.!
tion of the William J. Shroder
Award Committee.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman of the Business and
Professional Council of Kupat
Holim, Israel's medical arm for
Histadrut, and Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, co-chairman, led a commit-
tee of members of the Greater
Miami Histadrut Council, which
heard Freeman praise the Afro-
Harry Bronfman.. 77 Dead in Quebec
By Special Report
Noted Jewish philanthropist and
business leader Harry Bronfman.
77. died Nov. 12 after a long ill-
ness. Services were held the fol-
lowing day at his home. 317 The
Boulevard. West mount. Que.
At the time of his death, Mr.
Bronfman was chairman of the
board of Kensington Industries.
Inc.. and director of production
tnd construction of Distillers Corp.
Si .trains Ltd.
The older brother of the foun-
der and president of Distillers-
Seagrams, Sam Bronfman, he
had directed construction of Sea-
grams' first U.S. distillery fol-
lowing repeal, at Lawrenceburg,
Ind.
Mr, Bronfman h .! long been ac-
tive or associated with prominent
pish philanthropies and com-
munity organizatio is. A Founder
of the Congress
l i is honorary pi it and life
governor of the YM and WHA of
Canada.
A nat've of Manitoba. Mr. Bronf-
man had lived for many years in
Montreal, where he was life gov-
ernor ol the Jewish General Hos-
pital, honorary president of Mt.
Sinai Sanatorium, honorary vice
president of United Talmud Tor-1
ahs. and a member of the board
of management. Verdun Protest-
ant Hospital.
Vice president of the Quebec
Province Air Cadet League of
Canada, in 1956, Mr. Bronfman
set up a $50,000 foundation for
widespread training of city wel-
fare workers in Montreal.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Ann Gallanian; a son. Gel
aid: a daughter, Mrs Hy Levitt;
Asian Institute and the Shroder
Award committee.
The committee cited the Hista
drut project despite the tact that
Shroder Award commendations
are not normally made to pro-
jects of agencies functioning out-
si.e of the U.S.
In explaining the program. Free
man declared that the Afro-Asian
Institute trains people from de
veloping nations "in a wide range
of specialties, embracing agricul-
ture, village planning, free trade
unionism, governmental civil ser-
vice, and the techniques and ob-
jectives of cooperative enterprise
and economic pluralism."
Accepting the commendation in
behalf of the national Israel Hista-
drut Campaign in the U.S. was
Nahum Guttman. director of the
organization's Community Rela
tions Department.
tin
brothers. Sam, Abe and
.Vlan Bionfman: four sisters, Mrs.
Barney Aaron. Mrs. Max Ra.ly. of
Winnipeg, Mrs. Jean Groper, ol
11, and Mis Harry Solorenko.
i-: Palm Sprint -. I i.i eight
grandchildren, and t< .. real
-> hildren,
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Rabbi Harold Richter. ol Con-
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Harry Sirkin Will be Honored First J
Night of Chanuka at Temple Emanu-EI
nmm
A community "flrat" will be
initialed by Temple Kmanu-El on
Tuesday. Dec. 10. the ftrsl night
of Chanuka when the Temple uill
ipontor its first Israel-Chanuka
festival c inner
Announcement of the event was
made by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
-I'n'Iual leader ot Temple Kmanu
El. and Joseph M Upton, Tem-
ple president, who will also .serve
u chairman ol the occasion,
Harry Sirkin, honorary life
president of Temple Emanu-EI,
will be guest of honor and the
recipient of the Israel Redemp-
tion Award. Sirkin will be hon-
ored for "his devotion to Is-
rael through a long, rich, dedi-
cated life."
Sirkin ha- been identified with
tin development of the Great r
Miami Jewish co m in u n 11 y life
rince 'aking up resi d e n i i it
Miami Beach 30 j ears i i
\ pioneei Miami Beach
ii ii..... Sirh 'i Mas a
founder of Temple Emanu El
ol the org inizei oi the Mi
ami Beach Jewish Center the
i "i the Temple until 15 yeai -
!!er to be Installed as President
Miami Beach Zionist District
>
.I officers of the Mi-
isl District will be
inner dance on Sun-
lee 1. according to
i I Smith and William Sil
it- m. i i-< hair men.
:i start with a cock-
6 p m. in the \'a
R the Deauville Mo
in Beach merchant
i worker, and Sil-
imi Beach hotel
er in many Ii cal
itions, are both
- of the Miami ,
Ziot i.-itut. and as co
" i nstallation afl lir
"i dinm i 11 ler
'- program.
Em Giller. Miami Beach civic
: banker, builder and vet-
' Zionist, will be installed as
Ktdent of the district. A resi-
o Miami Beach since 1934,
JBf is a senior vice president
Washington Federal Savings
Loan Association, organ- I
ec ne Ciller & FryJ Construe-
n Co.. and is a past president
he Florida State Apartment
in ation.
pasl president of I
'i Apartment (iwn j
the Biscayne
Ownei Usociation,
lan of the ( aval
rs 1962 presented
Miami Districts ol
Eation ol Amer
Beach Audi
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(idler served as chairman of the
installation banquet of the 25th
annual conference of the South
east Region, ZOA, held at the Dip
lomat Hotel last November, and
was chairman o( the Building Com-
mittee of Hibiscus Lodge Masonic
Temple lie is one of the original
members of the Hoard of Govern-
ors of the Greater Miami .Jewish
Federation,
Guesl speaker of the evening
will be U s Hep ciaude Pepper
of the Third Congressional District
ni I'.ide County, who will fly in
from Washington to make the ad-
di. -\ supporter ol Israel and
the Zionist movement for man)
years, Rep Pepper formerlj ser
-el in the I S Senate and was a
in. mtiei of the Senate Foreign Ke
lations Committee for 12 years,
He was one of the principal
supporters of the World Court
and United Nations, and has
been one of the pioneers in the
establishment of National Health
Institutions and in the adoption
of the minimum wage law.
The dinner, which will be kosh-
er is open to the public Irving
Pietrack and his orchestra will
furnish music for dancing and
special entertainment lias been
planned
Reservations ma) i made with
Smith, Silverstein, or at Ihe office
of the Miami Beach Zionisl Dis
tint. 1370 Washington \vt
Sirkin was also a found
er of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation 25 years ago. and Is
.i founder o| the Kt. Sinai Ho*
pital
Sirkin i- a life-long member of
the Zionisl Organization. With the
inception ol the Israel Bond pro
ur.un 12 years ago, he became one
of the organizers of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond effort and has
l-ei n a continuous member of the
Hoard '.t Governors of Israel Bonds
since then
Lipton announced that
Etman Gives
Stole to Hospital
For the second straight year,
I K Etman fur designer of
Mi imi Wi-.'i. h and New York, do-
stole to Monticello,
\ Y Hospital.
The stole is idem ieal to th
i de ugned i ir
Miss Isra h
ul th* Mis \ n\\ i rse
Et man presi nti d a stole to
licell' Hospital t r its bene
lit m 1962 in appreciation, the
hospital presented the noted fur
esigner with a Scroll of Appre
ciation.
Etman -pent ten years m Is
rael as a pioneer Starting in 1920.
Dr. Lehrman and Samuel Fried-
land will serve as honorary
chairmen of the Temple Emanu-
E -Israel Chanuka Festival Din-
eer. Co-chairman will be Jack
S. Prpick, Temple Emanu-EI
financial secretary, and chair-
man cf the Board of Governors
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
Chairman of the Host Commit-
tee will be Mr and Mrs Samuel
Lipton Mr. and Mrs. Lipton this
week invited members of the com-
mittee to a reception at their
home, which was to take place
Thnrdiv evening.
Gables Man Cited
By CPA Group
Michael S. Brown. 21-y *#-
graduate student at the University
of Miami, has won a Certificati
Honorable Mention for grades on
the May. 1963 Uniform Certified
Public Accountant Kxamination.
according to Dr. Edward S. Lyir.
director of education. American In
stitute of Certified Public Accoun-
tants. New York
Brown, of 203 Viscaya Ave., was
one of eight candidates to recciv
t. e awaru presented by AICPA
Buchanan Seeks
Sheriff's Seat
T. A (Tal1 Buchanan is a can
didate in the Sheriff's race here
Dec 3.
The Universit) of Miami Law
School graduate, who rose from
patrolman to sheriff in 12 yean,
last week published hi- own in-
come tax return "because the pub
tic has a right to know."
Buchanan said I think that any
man who plans to become the
chief law enforcement officer of
I his county should tell the public
what his personal assets are. right
at the beginning, because II ju-t
isn't possible for a man to devote
his energies to protecting the pub-
he and engaging in sideline busi-
nesses."
Buchanan, who attended night
law school while a patrolman, and
later was a homicide investigator.
has opened campaign headquar-
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He joined the department in 1951
and was appointed as sheriff in
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* Jfewisf fh>rSdHan
Friday, November 22. 1953
Concert of Jewish Music to be Held
At Beth David Congregation on Dec. 15
CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON
CANTOR LDWAR3 KLEIN
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BUITOIMI MARINARA SAUCE
A concert of Jewish music will
be held at Beth David Congre-
gation on Sunday evening. Dec.
15. Featured will be three lead-
ing cantors here in a program of-
fering liturgical. Yiddish folk, Is-
raeli and East European music.
Sponsor of the event is the
Beth David Men's Club. Jerrold
Coburn is chairman ot the Con-
cert Committee.
On the program will be Can-
tor William W. Lipson, of Belli
David; Cantor Edward Klein,
of Temple Menorah; and Can-
tor Ben Dickson, of Temple
Zamora.
Mrs. Sonya Balogh, violinist with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, will be heard in |'
a performance of "Nigun." from
the Baal Shem Suite, by Ernest
Bloch, and the Ivria SuiteChas- kJwC WaAlcVirillC
sidic Impressions, by Zinovi Bis- ? HCISIIUya
tntsky. She will be accompanied Tft Tfllff* CiflVPl
by Virginia Urban at the piano. ; ,w **? WWV71
Cantor Lipson has been cantor Incoming President Mrs. Joseph
at Beth David for the past eight Weishaus will accept the gavel
years. A native of Chicago, he from her predecessor. Mrs. Nathan
studied at the Hebrew Theologi- Zeichner, at a luncheon of Aviva
cal College ami the American Con- Chapter, Mizrachi Women, on Mon-
servatory of Music. He did his day noon at the Lombardy Hotel.
cantonal training with such re- Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will be in-
nowned men as Frankel. Perlman, stalling officer,
and Schnipilisky.
RUNOFF SLATED TUESDAY
High and Aronovitz
Sweep to Miami Wins
SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
ll was a twin victor] Tuesday
for Miami Mayor Robert Kmu
High and Citj Commissioner Sid-
nej Aronovitz, both of whom were
returned to office bj top heavy
margins.
Whal was characterized a- the
smallest turnout in 20 year-. Elec
tion Day saw Mayor High win his
fourth term to office, the first
man in the city's history to be
mayor four successive terms
High easily won over George B.
Collins by 19.731 to 7.300.
Aronovitz, appointed to the
City Commission in 1962 to fill
the unexpired ttrm of Judge
Henry Balaban, did the trick at
the polls this time with a re-
sounding 19,039 to 7,193 for his
opponent, Jim McVeigh. Arono-
vitz captured all 76 voting pre.
cincts.
In the other City Commission
race, in Group 3. Steve Clark
came out on top with 11,040 to
his opponent, Joseph x. DuMond,
incumbent, who garnered 8.5 it;
William Dock ran third. 6.166. and
Angelo Sands came in last with
1.003.
(lark and DuMond will be pit-
ted against one another in a run-
off next Tuesday. A total of A,.'
149 persons went to the {tolls, also
voting to pass the Ordinance Read-
ing. Police Civil Service, Storm
Sewers and Segregation Charter
Amendments.
Miamian Earns ^Hee House Decor
Doctoral Degree
Prior to coming to Both Dav-
id, he hold posts at Emanuel
Synagogue of Oklahoma City
and Beth El Congregation of
Akron. Cantor Lipson is a
charter member of the Cantors'
Assembly of America.
Supporters Rally
For Kelly Here
Former Sheriff Tom Kellv. who
Chairmen of the afternoon are
Mrs. Max Sternstein and Mrs.
Samuel Herman, with Mrs. Fred
Rosenzweig and Mrs. Ezra Levine
serving on the reception commit-
tee.
Participating in the day's pro
gram will be Mrs. Alfred Stone.
, coordinator for Mizrachi Women,
Cantor Klein, born in New, Mrs. Isidore Ram. Mrs. Isaac Bcr-
York. attended Yeshiva of Spring ijn Mrs Jonah L Caplan and Mrs
Valley. In 1942. he left Bergen Abraham Barkan.
Junior College to enter the U.S. All monies raised are earmarked
Army, where he served as an for the Child Restoration Fund.
Army Chaplain in the Persian _______________
command. Mustered out. in 1946.
he entered Juilliard School of
Music and the Cantors Conserva-
tory of America. For the past 12
years, he has been officiating as
cantor at Temple Menorah on,ied the successful fight to'make
Miami Beach. the office of sheriff elective again,
Cantor Dickson has sung with is campaigning in the Dec. 3 race
leading choirs in .New York, in- here.
luding those of Sholem Secunda, Kelly, a veteran of two World
Elias Conviser and Samuel Stern- Wars, was first appointed sheriff
;r. He studied voice at the in 1350. His supporters 5aj that
American Theatre Wing in New during office -Kelly established
York ; creation of the Police Communia-
In Miami, he studied liturgical tions System, recognized as the
interpretation with Cantor Lipson. finest in the United State- the
I Criminal Bureau of Investigation,
formed in 1950: the Dade County
Police Academy, offering the first
training program for officers and
patrolmen in Dade's history; and
Theme for 47th General Assem- a modern rehabilitation program
hly of the Union of American He- lor prisoners."
brew Congregations, being held in> In 1953. "he was the prime mov-
Chicaso th's week, is "Pursuit of l er f a special act of the legisla-
Excellcnce.'' | ture to establish civil service pro-
Attending from Temple Judea of tection for employees of the Sher-
Coral Gables are Rabbi Mordecai! iff's Department."
Sanford Elwitt. son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. David Elwitt, 17241 NE
11th Ct.. has received a Doctor of
Philosophy degree from Cornell
University.
An alumnus ol Miami Beach
High. Elwitt earned a BA from
Cornell, a Master's from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and was a
Fulbright Fellow in France dur-
ing 1960-61
While at Cornell, he helped
establish a koahet kitchen on cam-
pus.
Now assistant professor of Euro-
pean history at the Universit) of
Southern Illinois. Kluitt. his wife.
Marcia. and son. Jonathan, live
in Carbondale, ill., where the uni-
versity is located.
A coffee house decor will create
the atmosphere for the "Beatnik
Ball" to be given Wednesday
night by Temple Ner Tamid
young adults in the Sklar Audi
torium of the Temple.
Dr. Wolfson
Will Lecture
"Thanksgiving and the Art o:
Being Happy"' will be the lector.
topic by Dr. Abraham Wolfson or.
Thursday morning before the Spin
oza Forum for Adult Education at
the Washington Federal Auditor
mm. 1234 Washington Ave.
On Thursday, at 9 p.m.. Dr. Woli
son will lecture at the College
Jewish Studies at Beth Tor.ih Col
gregation. His topic will be w.
S| 11 ii/a a Good Jew?"
Judea Delegates
Attend Conclave
Podet, who is participating in a
workshop on adult education; Mrs.
In 1957, Kelly was named "Sher-
iff of the Year" by the more than
Broward ZOA
To Hear Salter
Frank Tob'ack, president of the 3,000 members of the National
Sisterhood; and Mrs. Alfred Reich, Association.
national board. Sisterhood Federa- His other honors include 1960
tion. i Good Government Award, U.S.
A report on the biennial conven-, Junior Chamber of Commerce-
tion will be given by Rabbi Podet; Citation for Meritorious Service iii
at Friday evening services, Nov. 1962. Governor's Committee on
29. Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, direc-! Employment of the Handicapped-
tor of South Florida Federation of Cooper-Taylor Memorial Award
the Southeast Council, will be in 1960 for Public Safety Promo-
pulpit guest. tion, Florida Jaycees; annual
Award for Distinguished Service'
in 1957 to the Youth of Florida I
Board of Trustees, Florida Sher-
iff's Boys Ranch Fund; Award for'
Outstanding and Meritorious Ser-'
Broward Zionist District an- vice in Hurricane Donna Amcri-i
nounces a meeting at Temple Beth, can Red Cross; Appreciation
Sholem on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. Award in 1959. North Miami Beach
Guest speaker will be Ben Sal- Jaycees; and a plaque in recoe
ter. president of the Jewish Wei- nition of his "Outstanding Contri
fare Federation of Hollywood, and butions to Nationwide Law En
acting chairman of the South forcement" from the National
Broward Division of the United Sheriffs Association 1957
Fun.'.________ '
Salter is a practicing attorney Crfcu,,,,*,-. .. P ,
and has been a Hollywood resident Jcnl*0"*nian fO Speofc
for 20 year,. He Veently return Loins Sehwartzinan, executive
m a month's visit to Israel. director, Bureau of Jewish Ediie.
Musical program will be fur- tion. will be featured sneaker
nished by Mrs. Emily Graubard. Tuesdaj evening it the I 1
accompanied by MJas Carole Mat l'cret/. School 1549 SW Srri
K"''T Schwartzinan. who recentl* re
Refreshments will follow. Joe turned from Israel will discus.
Perry will be presiding officer. "Jewish Education [n UraaL*
THANK YOU!
The entire C/orlc Family sincerely appreciates the friendship and
Support you expressed Tuesday ... We hope you Coniin/c kaf
Support at fhc Polls TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th.
r
Wmr Progress ELECT STEVE
CLARK
Miami City Conimisioiier J
Pull LEVER 1-A
Honorary Board of Direct*, Beth Kodesh Men's Club
Post Chairs Miami Planning and Zoning Board
GKKKRAL <<>Vlic\ I'.l Pol \ \y


Friday, November 22. 1963
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Croubor* iohn levenfhaf Steven UhilUti Robert friedberg
J$ar Jfylitzvalt
Lrry Kratlsh
wp, jon <>f Mr and Mrs. Sam
Ush, uill observe his Bar Mitz-
on Saturday morning, Nov.
during .ervicei conducted by
lb. Sfamaryabu T. Swirsky at
Israelite tenter.
m^v celebrant is in the eighth
le a; -m iKindoah Junior High
attends Um Centers Reli
School
Dewing -i rvices on Friday
the ceremony on Sat-
Mr and Mrs. Kratish will
In Qneg .shabbat and the
Ki.!dush in their MB'a honor. Lar-
ry will also be honored at a re-
ception to be held at the Biscay nc
Terrace on Sunday.
Grandparents of the Bar Blitz-
vah, Mr. and Mrs. M. Samel, of
New Jersey, will attend the ob-
servance and celebration.
<
Dennis Fain
Bar Mitzvah of Dennis Allen,
son of Mr and Mr*. Arthur Fam.
will be observed duriBR tatrvices
Saturday morning. Nov. 2:t. 4
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
MK. AMD MKS. fUtUr WUSS
Dinner Will
Executive
il Hungarian to Reopen at Former
in Time for Thanksgiving Day
Mr and Mrs. Philip "He asked such a fantastic price
their Royal Hungar- to renegotiate the lease on the
for Thanksgiving, restaurant, that we were forced
bi celebrating the 18th to relinquish the premises." Wei-s
of their restaurant, recalled Wedncsdav
Income an institution Months followed of Investigate
h. jnK locations that proved unsult-
.i year ago, a new at,i,. roomi th.it were too small,
I the lease on thcami areu undesirable.
Washington Ave. .F,na||>.i vuln time getting
short, in desperation are decided
to build. Short!) after permits
were issued, electricians and
plumbers lured, we learned that
the lease on 731 Washington, our
Young Jr. exeeu oi,i site, was again available -it
"f the National L'r-a fairly modest price "
Mill be guest speak- without an) hesitation, Mr and
ii annnual Equal Op-Mrs Weiss reported that "we
mner Saturday at rushed ,0 redecorate the dining
1 Hotel. room and re -equip the kitchen so
of the President's that we could grael our many
Youth Employment, friends on Thanksgiving, 1964. at
dean of the Atlanta the original Weiss Hungarian Res
: School of Social Worktaurant in its home at 731 Wash
1 to 1361. In October.jnnton Ave."
ined the Urban League,_______________
m of the dinner is Mrs. WflldlllCin S HOS
T Sr&2 ^"Thanksgiving Plan
Blanche Calloway, Mrs. Waldman's Hotel. 43rd St. and
tchik, Mrs. Maude K.the Ocean, operated by the Wald-
Galtha Martinez, and man family, is making this com-
'l"ic. president of Bish-ing Thanksgiving holiday, a fam
^en Fielden, advertising ily Thanksgiving. Anyone staying
over the Thanksgiving weekend at
the Waldman Hotel may invite
ft Elects Member ,w0 u*s,s for the trad'tlonal
[ Thanksgiving dinner.
lundra R. Kaplan was "Too many families miss
lerabers elected to theThanksgiving with their near and
iMitute of Certified Pub-dear ones." said Sam Waldman.
pants this week. Albert president of the company. "We
lent of the Dadewill try to keep all families to
fapter of the organiza-uethcr this year for a real noli
need the appointment, day Thanksgiving."
ler
on
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will of-
ficiate,
D' m i- i- a -indent al North
Miami Junior High and a carrier
fee the Jo irnal Publishers
A dinner in honor of the cele-
brant will be held at Michel's
Robert Friedberg
Bar Mitzvah ol Robert Martin
Friedlx : will be celebrated at
services conducted t Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro on Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 23. at Beth David.
An eighth grade student at
South .Miami Junior High, where
he plays trumpet in the school
band, Robert's favorite sport is
golf.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Friedberg, and grandson of Mrs
Fannie Kopel. the celebrant will
be honored at the Kiddush follow-
ing the ceremony, and at a re-
ception on Saturday evening at
Wcstbrooke Country Club.
1
Joseph Graubart
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will,
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Joseph Howard Graubart during
services Saturday morning, Nov.
23. at Temple Menorah.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple's Religious School and
also attends Nautilus Junior High.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Graubart,
8909 Irving Ave., will honor him
at a dinner reception to be held
Saturday evening at the Ameri-
cana Hotel.
Don Laderman
Don Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Reuben D. Lederman. 6248 SW
14th St.. will be Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing services Saturday morning.
I Nov. 23. at Temple Zamora
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will of
ficiate at the ceremony and pre-
: sent a Ner Tamid award to Don
; and his brother Jan Craig who
! observed his Bar Mitzvah just a
year ago.
The celebrant is a student in
: West Miami Junior High, where
, he plays in the percussion section '
| of the concert and marching
i bands.
Mr. and Mrs. Lederman will
1 host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and the Kiddush follow-
ing services on Saturday morning.
t *
David Golden
Early morning services at Tem-
ple Zion on Saturday, Nov. 23. will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Dav-
id, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving i
Golden, and grandson of Mrs.:
Lena Golden and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam L'lanoff. Rabbi Alfred Wax-1
man will officiate.
An eighth grade student at
Weal Miami Junior High, David
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple Zion confirmation
class
Kiddush will honor the cele-'
brant.
* *
Steven Schiffres
Bar Mitzvah of Steven Schif-
fres will be celebrated during Sat-
urday morninu services. Nov. 23,
conducted by Dr. Irving Leln-
mao at Temple Fnianu El.
Steven is in the eighth grade
at Ida M Fisher Junior High.
where he plays clarinet in the
I school band. He is the recipient
Beth Shiran Boy
To Get Award
[ Bill David Press, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Press, of 9790 SW
l ugliest award in
wish Scouting,
e Ner Tamid
ward, by Rabbi
orris A. Skop.
' Temple Beth
hirah, during
ibbatb services
n Saturday, Nov.
1. at 10.30 a.m.
Bill is a First
'lavs Scout and
holder of merit
badges in camping, cooking, hik-
ing, personal fitness and 50 na-
tional Boy Scout awards. He is a
student at Kenwood Elementary
School. His parents will honor
him at the kiddush following the
.services.
of the Elks Americanism Award,
the DAR Art Award. Optimist
Youth Appreciation Award, and
Superior Award in the Florida
State Science Fair. His bobbies
ini lu !e lie* ting, bow ling
ami twimmi
Sana id Mrs ifcmut..flrbaffct**
. nd grandson of Mr, ami Mrs,
Phil Schiffres who will be here
from New York City fur the oc-
casion, the celebrant will be hon-
ored at a reception in his home on
Saturday.

Michael Morgenstarn
Saturday morning services, Nov.
23. at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Haren Morgenstern. Rab
bi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Morgenstern. 980 NE
152nd St. His grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Morgenstern
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Am-
stein.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at North Miami Jun-
ior High, where he is active in
the student council and plays clar-
inet in the school band.
Following the ceremony, the
Bar Mitzvah will be honored at
a Kiddush in his home, and again
that evening at a reception to be
held at the Diplomat Country
Club.
*
Jamas Singer
Temple Judea will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of James
till Press
Lewis Singer on Saturday morn-
ing. Nov. 23. with Rabbi Mordc-
cai I'odet officiating.
Following the ceremony, Mrs.
Barbara ] SV< 63rd Ct .
will honor her son at the Kiddush.
jfatanfti is in *ai*jhli>4graa]0 sw*-
i, at th Mkuui Junior High
and plays cornel m the concert
orchestra. As a participant in
the Citadel Military Academy sum-
mer program, he won awards and
badges for marksmanship in
riflery. An active athlete, the
celebrant's hobby is collecting
coins. He plans to continue his
religious education.
* *
John Leventhal
Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of John
Leventhal during services Satur
day morning. Nov. 23, at Temple
Emanu-El.
John is in the eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High, where he is
a member of the orchestra and
Science Club. Interested in mod
el building and sports, he was se-
lected as All-Star Little Leaguer
twice and belongs to the Miami
Beach Youth Symphony.
Mr. and Mrs. David Leventhal,
parents of the celebrant, will hon-
or him at a luncheon in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel following the
ceremony. Grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Milch, will be
here from New York City for the
Bar Mitzvah.
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Friday, November 22. HJ63
'
Mesivta Will Honor Robinson Here on Dec. 1
Miami Beach Councilman Hvman P. Galbut (riqht), dinner
chairman, officially advises Leo Robinson that he has been
selected as guest of honor at the third annual scholarship din-
ner for Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami on Dec.
1 at Waldman's Hotel.
JWV Commander
Seeking Interview
With Khrushchev
Things are looking up lor the
possibility of a trip to Moscow for
Jewish War Veterans National
Commander Daniel Neal Heller,
who Wednesday told The Jewish
Florid ian:
The highest ranking soviet of-
ficial on this subject in Washing-
i ins hot for it."
Puroose of the trip would be
for Heller to discuss the plight
of the Jewish community in the
Soviet Urion today with Nikita
Khrushchev.
Heller said the possibility of
such a trip was raised at the Sov- '
iet Embassy in Washington about
e weeks ago, when we had
more than a one and a hall hour
talk on it."
Several days after leaving Wash-
ton, Heller said that the same
high Soviet official dropped into
JWV's national headquarters to
lind out if he would make the trip
in the event Khrushchev were
busy at the time, "if, in short, I'd
be willing to discuss the Soviet
Jewish question with other top
Russian leaders."
Heller said the official was giv-
en a flat "no" despite the fact
that some of the leaders hinted
at included Aleksei Adzhubei, edi-
tor of "Izvestia," and Khrush-
chev's son-in-law; Leonid Brezh-
nev, chairman of the Soviet Pres-
idium; and Marshall Rodion Mali-
r.ov-ky. Minister of Defense.
He reported that the Jewish War
Veterans, meeting at their nation- I
al convention in Washington, had
mandated him to attempt to make
the visit.
Heller said that he has based
his attempt to see Khrushchev
on the fact that both had been
veterans fighting a common foe
during the Nazi holocaust and
that JWV is not "purely a re-
ligious organization."
Expressing the "fervent hope
that the Soviet authorities are sin-!
cere in the quest for world peace j
and the present thaw in American-
Soviet relations," Heller said he
would not be going to Moscow "in |
the role of accuser, but in an effort
to explore and discuss reports of
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union."
Heller said "I want to go with
an open mind. There are three mil-
lion Jewish inhabitants in the Sov- j
iet Union, and I feel that the!
American Jewish community has j
a right to know if these reports
mean that they are in danger."
Violinist Will
Teach in Gables
Eugene Dubois. former concert-
master of the University of Miami
Symphony, and professor of violin
at the university's School of Music,
is planning to devote the major
portion of his time to teaching
violin at his cniarged Coral Gables
Studio.
Dubois, who played with the
New York Philharmonic, was still
a very young man when he served
as concertmaster of the Chicago
Opera Company and then with the
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in
New York.
He subsequently jo;ned the Col-
umbia Broadcasting Symphony Or-
chestra as concertmaster and solo-
ist. and served in the same ca
paeity with the Chicago Lyric
Opera Orchestra during the -~
ons there.
From 1950 on. the University of
Miami contracted for Dubois' ser-
vices as concertmaster.
The Kugene Dubois Studio is lq-
cated at 6915 Camarin Ave., Coral
Gables.
AJConqress Day
To be Observed
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi
dent, Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, has
announced that Friday will be ob
served, as "American Jewish Con-
gress Day.
In honor of the occasion, Leo
Pfeffer, general counsel of the
American Jewish Congress, and
national chairman of the Commis-
sion on Law and Social Action,
will speak over WEDR-FM, be-
tween 7:45 and 8:15 p.m. on'Sun-
day evening, Nov. 24.
Leo Robinson. Miami banker
and civic leader, has been singled
out for special honors to be be-
stowed on him at the Mesivta
scholarship dinner on Sunday.
Dec. 1. at Waldman's Hotel.
In accepting the honor. Robin-
son said that "creative leadership
in Jewish life is not possible with-
out a Torah education. The Mesiv-
ta of Greater Miami is the train-
ing ground for Torah education
in depth. From this school will
come forth our educators rabbis,
and lay leaders to guarantee the
future of Judaism in America."
Robinson has served as co-
chairman of the Florida Chap-
ter of Yeshiva University and
member of the National Presi-
dent's Council of Yeshivah. For-
mer president of the Florida
Chapter of the American Jew-
ish Committee, he is a member
of the board of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Ilobinson has been identified
with many community causes He
has served as president of Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital
and member of the board of St.
Francis Hospital.
Hyman P. Galbut i^ dinner
chairman. Alexander C, Mosko-
vits, Louis Merwitzer. Samuel
Reinhard are co-chairmen. Hon-
orary committee includes Shepard
Broad, chairman. Charles Fluent-
nan and Harrv Genet as eoihair-
men. Arrangements Committee
are Louis Pollack, chairman. S.
Louis Schwartz and Mis Irwin H.
Makovsky as co-chairmen. Par-
ents Committee are Max Stern-
stein, chairman. Marvin-Lipman
and Philip Jacoby as cochairmen.
Rabbi II. Louis Rottman. a
Youth Join
Training Group
At Beth David
Men's Club of Beth David Con-
gregation has succeeded in organ-
izing the first Leaders" Training
Fellowship in the Greater Miami
area.
l.TF is a national organization
sponsored by the Jewish Theolog
ical Seminary of America and
composed ot teen-agers who dedi-
cate themselves to six hours of
Jewish study a week, as well as
service to their synagogue
Members of the Beth David l.TF
are Marcis Cypen, Edysse Hersh-
hem.. Henry Isscnberg, Shelley Lip-
son. Jerome Orlin, Philip Rabin,
Sharon Reinhard. Ellen Sehaehter.
Ann Scherr, Sharon Shavm. and
Ann Steinberg-
Men's Club chairman of the pro
ject is Harry I'ypcn Group lead
eis ari' Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
and Saul Rabin, education director
at Beth David.
founder and vice pn
Mesivta. said that .,
be honored lor his noble assi ,.\
toward the advancement ol r >||
gious education in ,,
Miami community, and for s
. edicated service to the V :Vta
High School."
Youth Camp Report
During Friday evening s,
it Temple Beth Shoiom a ,.-,
on National Federation of Tfenv.
pie Youth Camps ua.< givn by
Fllen Shapiro, Ronald Kroni Gordon Kr.imer and Robin .' rid'
son.
Thanksgivinq Fete
At Miami T
The lOtn anaiversarj Thanks-
giving dance and reunion for
adults at the Miami Y.Y1HA Branch
is set for Wednesday, it has u<4
announced by Dr. Jack Ana-.oh,
dance chairman.
The event annually brings to-
gether friends and alumni of the
Miami "Y" for the highlight MM
lal event of the season, beginning
at 9 p.m. in the "Y" Auditorium,
450 SW 16th Ave
Serving with Dr. Amazon on
the committee are Max Waa>.
Marvin Gillman. Herschel Rosen
thai. Mrs Sam Gordon. Mr- Mai
tin White and Mrs. Stanley Spiel-
er.
THE VOICE OF THE TORAH
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Founder of the
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"May your home be a sanctuary. Invite the word of G-D
into your abode. The success of my aim to spread the
lorah depends on you. Join the Torah Society of the Air
Form family and neighborhood groups, and let us join
into a Sunday noon Torah class of the air Let us nil
prepare uniform Bibles.
My course will start in Genesis. 32-4 "Vavishlarh ""l~ 'T***^^
1U be ,oowed. You, quesos are ^^^S^S^T*
For membership and free Bibles, write to
TORAH SOCIETY
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
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November 22. 1963
+ lewis* Fkirid/an
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Mrs. Harry Kline, of Johnstown.
Pa., and four grandchildren.
Services were Nov. 17 in Cordon
Funeral Home.
rt
Beach Funeral Direc-
nrd T. Newman (left)
lied second vice pres-
lthe Jewish National
Directors Association
[rention of the orqan-
, New Orleans. Con-
kg him is Marvin
St. Louis, newly-
resident.
t Judge's
Passes
[Silver, mother of for-
jpjl Judge Sam I. Sil-
tii' Nov. 13 at the a^e
. who lived at 707
Coral Gables, came
ago from Wot Bloc-
ll\: Mil by tWO MRU,
Ulei and Judge Sil-
Blter, Mrs. Beatrice
ither. Morris Kaler,
i listers, Mr>.
[i i Miami, and Mrs
ingham, Ma
. .'; six great
eld No' 14 al
Voolfe
Away
Beach resident
W ooll ol
I died Ni Hi
m, England, he
ago, lie was
le Miami Beach
and a former men
lor) board for the
li.nni Beach Board
a building con-
estate man and
}l owner. He was
Commerce, and
nember of Elk*,
f'rith, Zionist Or-
I America, Presi-
pl and Temple
s"ian and former
!' Miami Beach
"s wife. Betty; a
p: two daughters,
|'r and Miss Ra
brothers; two
grandchildren.
"V, 17 in Kiver-
I, Alton Rd.
For
64
ft, 64. of 1601
* Nov. 15.
years ago flom
'"'I was an ac-
[Sholem Lodge,
member ol the
",| ;i member
pvogue.
wife. Mac
'"> Volken, ..t
three iii
Miami Beach,
[si Peten
Fritz Reiner;
Noted Conductor
NEW YORK (JTAi Fritz
IN incr. one of the worlds great
est orchestra conductors, died
lure of pneumonia last weekend.
The Budapest-born Jewish maestro
\\;i- 74.
Me received his early formal
training in music in Hungary, and
came to the liuted States in 1922
In 1928, he became an American
Citizen He joined the Metropoli-
tan Opera in 1948, and stayed for
five years In 1953 he took on the
foundering Chicago Symphony.
and molded it Into one of Amen
ca's finest orchestras.
He retired as conductor of the
Chicago Symphony last April. He
had been a guest conductor with
most major orchestras in the
United States
Beth Am Goes
To Convention
Dr. Herbert If, Baumgard at-
ended the 4Jth General Assembly
li the I'nion of American Hebrew
Congregations In Chicago this
week.
Other delegates from Beth Am
were President Joseph Altschuller.
Alan Kessier, Bynon Cherkas and
Robert Newman, who is also a
member ol the Board ol Trustees
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations
Sisterhood was represented by
President Mrs Robert Newman,
Mrs I.i-eph Altschuller. and Mrs
Alan K< ssler
Ellis Robins, newlj appointed
administrative director, attended
the convention of Temple Adnun-
istrators, also held in Chicago.
SMUOW
Rabbi Zwitman is Guest
Good Will Committee of the
Greater Miami Rabinical As-ocia
tion Jyis igvited Rabbi J\Ig(ban II.
Zwitman to be pulpit guest at
next Tuesday morning services in
the newly-completed chapel ol the
Good Will industries, 1130 NW 22nd
St. Rabbi Zwitman s sermon will
be "It is Good to Give Thanks
Into the Lord "
7.KV BBe ''. of \l l ill. I .
.1 .1 Not IS t retired I I..1111. al
> naint i r. he came here 13 v. rp
nara fi om Clrvi Ib nd, n H' wan
ii member nf Temple iarael i.f Mi-
ami, Miami i-.-:,. i, Lodge i --I
R'nn 1* i'Ii. :, life member of the
Chemical Hnaineerlne, Koriet) and
:i r-iiriil chemical ena*lneei foi
Oem*ral Rlectrlc Burvlvlna are
a-lfi i -'h.-i. a brother. Loutu
Krallow, and idaier, fShlaela Ra-
blno\ i. i )...t)i .,( N. ,v fork \in
s.i \ i. u i. held Not Is in
RIvernMe Mi moi Uil Ch in< i Nor
iii.,ii.i> b
SCMEINHAUS. Mi- Ktephanv, : tS,
of MOO HW l-'i, r. ,ii. ,| Sot I*.
S rvi. s in \\.....Ihridge, N I Rit -
arable.
ROSENBERG. Mm Rndle, ol '"'
Michigan tve Hervicea In x.
V.nk flordon
FREIDSON. Jneeph. 75, nf IO1S0 B.
i- iv Harb. r Dr. .li.-.l N..v IS Bar-
vii-.-- in Ma-- irhuaettf lliv. rside.
SOBEL. Jacob, .;. of M7I BW 1Mb
st ciurdun.
GERSTEIN. \>. .,1, .in. SS, of MSO SW
.'Mi I.n. died Sot I.' (lorrion
RUBINSTEIN. Ur> I'.. i'. .... SW
!1lfa T.i S. k| mi N. M >
Rivi Kli
GREENFIELD. I.....n. a, K......
Ml' "..'in! Pi i died N"nt I! Sei
v i Sen Yrrlt Rli ralde
SHACMAT. n in Ml. m IS, ..| '
N I' I I Xiii IJ 111M
ROSE. i
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fINEBERG. I i
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BRESLOW. Mis
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FENSTERHEIM. Mi- I
ItlM I-
MAMMEL. ;., Of I Mil
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STERN. IVnli.....i :;i,l \i: |70th
St >. : .. In I'll l-li.llj;h I .,
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BRIGHT. Kthi-I, IS, ..i :.....1 su |M)tb
An dii .1 No* li s. 11 a. > in
Newark. .S......r......
LEOERMAN. i h rl.-. 73, of S3.", SW
n.iii si ,ii, ,i Xo :'.. >;..1,1..ii
LEVIN. \li- |..i.i. 7". of JHSfl I-'.mi-
i n .ii i \. i iii.iii
SCHLE8INGER. II.....lit, 57. of "
n.iii Hi Itlvi-rnldi
RUDY. Karl .I.i....... 12, o| !| ... |'.,,w
\\,- .\,\v iii.in
kales, im-i.i. fi, oi ... u tahlnaton
am Kervk-en in New York New-
man
LEVIN. Mi Mary. M, ol ;:n; Vh -
Ave Si I vk'ei in Kl Louia ltl\i
Hide
Gallery Director
Shows Paintings
Temple lieth Sholom Art Gal-
lery is presenting a showing of
watercolora by the gallery's art
lirector, Sandra Goldman, to run
until Dec. 15.
Mrs. Goldman was educated at
the Massachusetts School of Art.
the Boston Museum School of
Fine Arts and the University of
Miami. She has exhibited at the
Lowe Art Gallery. Horit in Ft
Lauderdale. Design Derby in 1959.
Huston Art Festival in 1960. and
Miami Beach Art Center, Massa-
chusetts Art Center and World
Art Center in Boston.
Australian Will
Speak on Friday
South Shore Unit of the Ameri-
can Association for the UN will
present John If. Brophy. a prom-
inent Australian, on Monday eve-
ning at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Bldg 1234
Washington Ave.
Brophy. who has traveled exten-
sively In Asm and Africa and lived
and worked in Japan for nine
years, will speak on "What the UN
Means to the People in the Far
Fast
Second par! of the program will
be a film on the General Assembb
with narration by Solomon Lifter.
principal of thi Ida M Fisher Hi -l>
School
LEGAL NOTICE
Students Slated
In Ceremony
Over 125 beginning Hebrew
School students will participate in
the annual consecration ceremony
during late Friday evening ser-
vices at Beth Torah Congregation.
George Katzman. chairman. Board
of Education, has announced.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spirit
ual leader, will officiate. Certifi-
cates will be distributed by Joseph
Schmier, president of the congre-
gation; Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, pres-
ident. PTA; Mrs. Stanley Stein,
president. Sisterhood; Mark Ber-
fWT, president. Men's Club; and
Katzman.
Instructors of first grade classes
are Mrs DoTOthj Giuen. Mrs. Mor-
ris Levin. Mrs Jack Diamond and
Emanuel Fedor
Under the direction of Mrs.
Berta Harriett, music director, the
students will participate in the
narration and singing of "The
Learning of Torah
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN A\D
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 12575
\. ii: \ i.i;i: JoHNSoN,
I'l mint.
.li IHN w it.r\l:n lOHNHON
l >. i. ii.l.uii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T(>: JOHN u ti.r\i:i> .iiimnsi '.\
li. 'in..ni Pai k Bai ii 10
fcTlmon, Ni w York
Yor aki: HKRRKY notified thai >
i'i.inplnliii f..r IHvoree baa bren filed
.iK.unsi > mi. iinil >iiu aii- lii-ii-li> i>-
quired lo aerve :i eopj ..f \..nr An-
-u.i to the i .mill.urn mi the L'laint-
iffs attorney. ". i; ST Kit MUnUltki.
\vh...-. uddreiu is .i.'l N.W. llih Htreet,
Mi..mi. l|..na.. .mil flli- liu ..rminii
..! \..ii! Al|si\.i- iii Ihfl ..fli.-- I'l lh.-
Clerh i.i the Kleventh Judicial ilnui
iii ami tor Hade t'ounty, FTorldn, on
i.r before til.- 23rd day of i --?,-1.
IMS, in default "f which the t'om-
pIhiiii %-. 111 i.. taken u cunleeaed b)
\ ou
DATED the SOth day '.r November,
t|
t: H LEATHKRMAN
i'l, i k ni I In- riii nil Court
im.iIi Eh : C. P tiU'Ki.AMi
Di put) Clei k
11 22-29, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S13C6A
IN RE: Estate >(
IAMI.S IIAIIH\ll) lilUVKS, Ji:
l., aaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii GiBnlHnm ami aii Pi i en* llav-
ln iliilmt- or Damandii Aaaenal SiUd
Enlalr;
Ynn ure lii'ii-l>> n..|ifi..l aAd n--
quiri-il ti. BTvavnl :n> iluims and oW-
man.ls nhirli ymi maj' bavi .i_-.uii-t
the i -I.iii nl Jaiiii s Harwin.il i;i..\.s.
Jr., deceased utte of Dode t'ounty,
h'liniila. li. I In- Count) Juilms .
County, and file the sume In diiplleiitf
.in.i ..- provided In s...Uiui TSS.1S,
Florida Btutntee, In their offli-ee In
thw i'"Uin> Cotirihouac m Dad* Coun-
ty, Florida, :iinn its .al. niiiii .1
(rom the time of the flral pnblh-atlon
hereof, or thi nami ill i bat
I Ml. il .ii Miami, Florida, 111
da. i Novemlx A.D I9i I
111.I is H Rl HIS, K)Hi
101 i. ni .in Road
Mi,mi Deai h, i loi I I I is
v- i \. .
lllls II,.
i ,i da) of N..\. nil., i
- t- Rl III \ I .-..i
tl '. I. I \
l'l.l
1*1 .1-1
Brothers Will
Get Awards
Jan and Don Lederman. suns nt
Mr and Mrs. Reuben Ledermai..
of 6248 SW llth St.. will be pre
sented the Ner Tamid Award
highest award in Jewish scouting.
at services at Temple Zamora on
Saturday morning
Don. who will also be celebrat
iOJ his Bar Mitzvah, is a second
class scout in Troop 308. He at-
tends West Miami Junior High
and is a member of the pre-con
firmation class.
Jan is a first class scout, and
attends West Miami Junior High
He is a member of the confirma-
tion class of 1964.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENT l">N T> APPLY '
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 63C 12367
To W'l. in li Ma' Concern
N..I .. s )i. r I.-, c.i .n t Iii 1 lh" ii'i-
iI.t-I-mi-iI netltlmiei HETTY VUW1IN-
IV l:\sS HKMRRKE, "tins.- renldenri
,,l,|r..-- ,- .,,:.,. s \\" -I Sin-. n tin-
CR) of Miami, I'mli County. Florida.
it. ii i- t.. .- i.i Is t.. the Honorable
Judge of Hi. Eleventh Judicial Clr-
cult. In and for l nfflre in tb.- C.....ity Cmiri ".....
it s :m i.i look A M "ti Ho llth da]
..f DwnnmhiT- INS, it aoop 'inn -
lU'I.-i' MM sin- m ii be In-iirit. tor an I
..nii-i I'baif III li.-i iiui'i fr.mi !
RRTTY VillU'KU I'-vss iti:\ifi'i>-
In I'.K'I I V \IHi;iM\ ItASS M'.li'UT
b) wlii.ii n.mi. -li. sliull thereaStarl
In- km. a n
n,t. .1 ii Men ml. Flvrl In. thh l-nh I
l..-- N'..\ emlMu Aii
i:i;ttv \ii:i;in:\ i:\ss HEMIIREE
I'.-it ii.in r
KELLY RRI H >K s t R< 'I'KS
\n..i ii.-- for Petltlo
?18 Al. .i, i it... i labti r .
11 :::'. I
IN the COUNTY ii'OOFS COURT
IN AN'O FOR DADF COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO '295-B
in RK r-i..t.
KAXSIR Vtl.VI'I.IN
NOTICE TO CREO'TORS
ln> t"
I
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ha \ i
r -. M" MIXll
rhide Count '
Ida, to the I luilgi I
ii. -
Flol liln Stiitut. : ':
the t '..mm i i '..mi -
t) I within
montha from the time of the flri*t
j-nl.li. ill..-, hereof, or the Mlllli ill
rred
Dated nl Miami, Florida, thin nth
da) ..i N'utn mln i. A I ;::.
i.i :' mix i >i. in
\s Kxeeutor
First |.ill.II. aliuii nf this notli-i on
ih. Mini day .-f Xi.v.nii.. i. lafij
IIAKnl.l' TANNEN
Attol ne) for K\- i utoi
ti.-.n S.-vl.olil f.ltilrlitn;
Miami St, i'l. riila
ii ::-::. I! t-ll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenif fkridfi&r
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
// 1 II 3-4605
lor messenger serrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. CASE
NO. 63C121B6
i:\lll. In Ml HUES
ri.nntilT.
Ve
i;l.i.|:l\ HERN IXI>EZ MIKRKS
I fundent
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I-., in., .in \ HERN tNl>BZ MIKI
w. nlda ." So -'.-' \: ''' -
Marianao, Cuba.
Yin" i: l. It I A HERN \M'IV.
MIEREK, Vvi n..i.i !9 No 2, v
, Marianao, Cuba, are reuuli I
; .. > ..in anawei t" the I 'omti I I
i.i\,,i,. with thi Clerh of tl
i ".ni I. .mi nerve .....P> Ihel
tJINO I- NK!RETTI. Attorm 'Hi-ll
-,.ii^i .-- Itliiu ill N.K 2nd Avi
Miami, I ridu, .....I bi Cure thi
da) "t I mbi ........!- "!' -
liUlnl \. Ill In taken .- i onfi -- i
I i;it. .1 tins IKth da) "t Nom n
M
i: r. LBATHERMAN
i "i.i k 'In uil i '.-in i
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I SKA I.I II) K M I.V.M W
I'. |nii\ i 'li-i k
ii ::-.:: 12 J-IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDCES COURT
let AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
NO. SIIM-C
in re r.-ut. ..I
i:i>\\ \i:n s i-kiniuh.t/.
|.... ,-, .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ili.iln..i> an.I All IVIS..II- II ii -
ur; Clailna or Uetuaitda Again*! s..i.l
KVtat.-:
Yi.ii :n. in i.i.; Dotifled and requir-
ed I" [.i-i--i'iil any i-l.iiins ami il.-ni.in.ls
ulin-h you ma) have ualnxl thi
.st.,!.- KIIWAItP STKiMli il.|-/.
.l.-.-.-.i-.-I lit. of li.,.i,. Count). Fli i
Ida, t" the dount) Jlidurr ..f Chute |
County, anil fib- th.. naiu. in dupll-
iiit,- anil a- provided in Heetion 733 IS,
Florida siatiiu-, in then offices in
lh, Coust) i "i.iii ili-.li>. in I i.uli- i'.inn- j
t>. Kiorl'lii. within six calendar
must be from the time of the firm i
imblii ati.n helol, m tin ?....... Will
i., barred
liateil at Miami. Klmiibi. tin- I'Mli
day of NovenUo i. A I'
BYL4TIA sTI-:iNlti>i.T7.
As K\, 1111-11
Flral publication "f thi- notice on
thi- ISnd i!h\" of XiiM-iiil.il. isi.;
.i m \i i:;.i: ii\ki:i.
ai i..in. i for ) A., hi 11\
mi i: Fhmli r sn., i.
Miami st Florida
____________________ II Z3-29, 12 -l^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 1270-B
IN RE: i:-iau- .!
j ai i >n i'i KKi:r.
I i.i'i-a-. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All <"i-i ilitm- .ml All I'. I.-.-us 11. a-
Iik i L. i ills .!- I'.nminls AK.iiusi Saiit
i:-t.u.
v..n are hereb) noUtiad and re-
,u:i,-ii to ureaeav ,in> olalam and U< -
mauds hi. n mii ) havi avalnal
ti,. extuU of JAfJuB rm-KKi'. ,i.-
...i-.il lat. ..f I'a.li Count), rlurldi
in the Count) Judged "f i'a.li- Coun-
i f. ami file i 'i. -.in. in duplli and
a- pi \>\ Idi in s. I Ion BTidil
siutiii.s. ni theli iifflceH in tin i
tj Court houae in I m li 'ona'i I
i.i i althln aix cab ndai month* '
: hi i me of the firm pul
..i. ..i i he -.liu- i : in ban
I Ml
N'ovembi li"
SYIA'IA
As I
I

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NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOL'S NAME LAW
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t'll'KS H VI
s liu ll
i i.i. mi. inI t.. rea~i*li
a'lUi tin
I lade 'mini *. l-';.. i ..
RRH I' CII'EH
- i I.M l i 'I I'l .S
i ni net s
ll :: : 12 i
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE
NO. S3C12M6
.H'si:t'H c hai.i.ava.
I'la ill IU l.
\ s
UI-XHUUBTTE DALXJtV \.
l>efeodanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Tl i tiROROET I'll I'AI.I.AX \
!3 W'aJuce Plai .
Ilttkfli lil. M saai lins.tts
ViH UBc HMJETTK KALI. \\ \. SI
Wallace Ptaci mttufli Id, M .-- ,
chuaatta, are iijuu,l t.. fib your
.lll-H.-l t.. til.- I ..Ml |. ., Ill t..| | l|< IS
iiii the Clerk of the abon Courl
and -ii. a cun iii.-i...f ujam lilNO
I'. XCi IRETTI, ultoi in -. Mo-11 Con
i;r. ss Bidg in \ i; ,, Wei
Mi.niii. Floi bin, on m befon thi
da) ..I l in t-iui.i-i. IMS.....Is,- i-..in
plain) will I.i- tak. ii ,- i-onfi aw 'i
I', il.. I at Mi. in., tin- I:.,!, ,|.n ,,(
N'..v i-nil.. r.
I ti LKATHKltMAX,
i lark of i'in nit Court
I Mill Count) Klmiila
l'll.llt> I".. k
(KKAI.l B) C. IV COKKI.ANIi
11 L'2-'.".i. 12
POSITION WANTED AS
CANTOR, TEACHER
& BAAL KOREH
Call JE 1-7556 or write
T. D., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Interesting business in heavily populated Jewish area,
especially suitable, for Jewish couple. Easy working condi-
tions No food or clothing. Very little competition, with a
great opportunity to expand. Price $8,500.
Reply Mr. E. I., c/o Box 2973, Miami. Fla. 33101


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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
ZION KOSHER MADE
FRESH KILLED
PAN READY
PULLETS,
ROASTERS
or BROILEI
Shoulder., Crossrilj *
ROAST
49
IC
lb.
BONELESS TRIMMED
FLANKEN .
DELICIOUS STEAK
SHOULDER or FILET
NEW YORK STRIP
CLUB STEAK
FRESH KOSHER MADE
GROUND BEEF
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YOU'RE A SMART EXECUTIVE
To hf Foed Fair save your valuable
time by handling your employee and
business holiday gift giving.
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This year jtive fine
food from Food Fair.
The welcome R i f i
that's always in good
taste.
<- ,ooe M* n*"
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EXTRA
SPECIAL
UNDER STRICT SUPERVISION Of
RABBI TIBOR H. STtRN
Wise business people know it's easy
and inexpensive to have Food Fair
handle every detail and, your
employees and business contacts tret
the one holiday pift always warmly
welcomed Good Food.
You profit in frood-will when Queen
Esther or Kosh-K-Best Turkeys ex-
press your appreciation. Or, you may
prefer to (rive Lady Fair's De Luxe
Fruit Cake beautifully packaged in a
reusable container. (Many firms give
both). Food Fair pift certificates for
any amount, are also gratefully
remembered.
No work or worry for you. We
handle it all, including attractive holi-
day cards; a dozen or a thousand.
Food or cash certificates delivered to
you where and when you want them.
For additions!
lion in io pUo,,
ordei lii| Min|
Holh. vour pcrsoojlt
da> Rift v.msuim.
6964620, I xi M5. ^
of town firms pkmi
Colic. 1) Or, writel
Pant Holh, Pfrwdo
tomei Service, FJI
Stores, Inc., "uoo Hi
J2rul A\enuc, Mia
Florida
Alt Ml AT I POULTRY SPECIALS AVAILABLE AT ALL IIVl
FOOD f AIR KOSHER MARKETS
MIAMI BEACH
'Oth Washington Ave
N. MIAMI BEACH
163rd St. Shopping Center
MIAMI
Wfstc Hestir So C*
quantity
rights reserved
kosher made pan ready 14-22 lb. average
19th 4 Alton Ro.id Co'J. Ml;
TURKEY TIME THIS year we have SELECTED
FOR YOUR FAMILY, THE FINEST KOSHER TURKEYS PRODUCED,
RAISED WITH TENDER LOVING CARE AND SELECTED UNDER
THE RIGID INSPECTION OF THE U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE
QUEEN ESTHER or KOSH-R-BEST The Byword For Kashruih & Qujliry
Young
TOM
59
\
lb.
YOUNG KEN
TURKEYS
10 12 LB. AVERAGE|
63c lb.
ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT
965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
SEASHORE'S KOSHER
PICKLES0 39
LARGE No. 1
EXTRA LARGE 39c lb.
29
c
lb.
CHICKEN
CARP
FRESH SLICED
NO WASTE
FRESH CUT
FLORIDA
FILLET
FRESHLY SLICED
HALIBUT
STEAKS
59
59
59
c
lb.
c
lb.
c
lb.
MAYFAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE .OI.
CHEESE
8-OZ. CAN KOUNTY KIST SWEET PEAS
8-OZ. CAN FRE MAR CUT GREEN BEANS
8-OZ. CAN FRE MAR SLICED BEETS
8-OZ. CAN FRE MAR Golden Cream Style CORN
8-OZ. CAN FRE MAR Golden Whole Kernel CORN
16-OZ. CAN KING COLE Whole WHITE POTATOES
PKG. of 80 RED CROSS WHITE PAPER NAPKINS
H IN OUR APPETIZER DEPARTMENT
FRESHLY SMOKED
LOX
STRIPS
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER
SALAMI or
BOLOGNA
38
88
c
lb.
lb.
FOOD FAIR REGULAR or DRIP GRIND
1-lb.
CAN
CAM. PLEASE. WITH YOUR 5.00 ORDER OR MORE
TJ
SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
CARROTS
FRESH 1-lb.
CRISP Cello Bag
9
INDIAN
RIVER
SOUR PRUNES
NEW CROP 12-oz.
OREGON Bag
3'
id.
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