The Jewish Floridian

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

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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THI iEWISH WEEKLY
36 Number 48
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 29, 1963
Two Sections Price
lion Mourns Death of President Kennedy
PRESIDENT LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON
Takes Up Difficult Task
OPPOSED ONE-SIDED SANCTIONS
NEW YOHK(JTA)Jews throughout the Uni-
ted States Monday joined the national Day of Mourn
ing for the assassinated President Jchn F. Kennedy
Synagogue! and temples throughout the country
ere open for prayers for the repose of Mr. Ken-
nedy's soul and tor Qod'a guidance to the country's
new Chief Executive, President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Throughout the weekend. Sabbath services were
conducted in memoriam and, in many Jewish
houses of worship, entire congregations, swelled by
unusually large attendance, recited the kaddish in
tribute to the late Mr. Kennedy.
The Synagogue Council of America, central
organ of Orthodox, Reform and Conservative rab-
binical and lay Jewish religious organizations in
the country, had called on all Jews to join in fhe
prayers in their houses of worship. At the same
time, the New York Board of Rabbis, an organ-
ization that includes more than SOO New York
rabbis of all denominations, had also called on all
synagogues and temples to conduct special
memorial services.
Statements expressing the Jewish community's
grief, all laudatory of Mr. Kennedy's leadership to-
ward peace and brotherly understanding, were is-
sued by all major Jewish organizations on the na-
tional and local levels. Many important events
scheduled by various Jewish organizations were
either canceled or postponed.
Two outstanding events involving the appear-
ances of both Mr. Kennedy or former Vice President
Johnson changed their programs
Mr. Kennedy had been scheduled
to deliver the principal address
on the evening ol Dec. 5 before
PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
In Memoriam: 1917-1963
JOHNSON-tSHKOL EXCHANGE OF LETTERS

)hnson Acquired Reputation
Important Friend of Israel
iHINGTON (JTA) Pre*
Lyndon B. Johnson has as-
i office with the reputation1
.i- Senate Majority Leader
Vice President for consis-
ndship for the State of Is-
Washington observers com-
tiiin Monday, in his attitude
Israel, with former Pres-
Harry S. Truman who first
! recognition to the new
I 1948.
I ihnson exerted his power
jte Majority Leader on be
Israel in a number of crisis
Mis most memorable
. I action took place in Feb-
1957, when the Eisenhower
tration threatened Israel
nitive sanctions. The White
s then exerting what Sen.
i ; considered "one-sided"
ire on Israel to withdraw
' i Sinai peninsula.
r. Johnson summoned his
tufftur and drove to the White
A heated session ensued.
Johnson bluntly informed
tscdent Eisenhower that the
ato would not approve eco-
iic sanctions against Israel.
outspoken Texan told the
ft Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles and former United Na-
tions delegate Henry Cabot
Lodge that their threats to im-
pose sanctions on Israel were
unwise and unfair. He was
Continued on Page 5-A
the annual dinner in New York
Of the American Committee lor the
Weizmann Institute of Science.
President Johnson had been
scheduled to appear for opening
remarks Monday night at the an-
nual "Night of Stars" conducted
for the benefit of the United Jew-
ish Appeal of Greater New York.
That event altered its program
into a memorial tribute to Mr.
Kennedy. Instead of the 10,000
Continued on Page 8-A
Israel Reacts With Shock
To Tragic Loss of U.S. Chief
Shazar Heads Delegation
To JFK Funeral Services
WASHINGTON(JTA)Israel's
President Zalman Shazar and Mrs
Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, participated Monday in the
formal funeral services for the late
President Kennedy.
Mr. Shazar came here by El Al
.Vrlmes plane from Israel on Sun
dav night, and was scheduled to
return to Israel Tuesday night. He
was met upon arrival at the air-
port here bv Secretary of State
Dean Rusk. After the funeral ser-
vices. Mr. Shazar and Mrs. Meir
were among other foreign heads
of state and leading diplomats re-
ceived by President Lyndon John-
son. They were also received by-
Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. During
the obsequies. President Shazar
and. Mrs. Meir attended the pon-
tifical requiem mass for. President
Kennedy at St. Matthew's Cathe-
dral here
The Israeli President headed a
delegation of four, including, in
addition to Mrs. Meir. Israel's Am-
bassador to Washington. Avraham
Harman. and Ran Ranon, the Is
raeli Embassy's military attache
here.
Monday night, both President
Shazar and Mrs. Meir attended a
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA- All of
Israel on Monday mourned the
death of United States President
John F. Kennedy. The Knesset,
Israel's Parliament, held a special
commemorative session, heard a
eulogy by Acting President Kadish
Luz, and adjourned. At the
synagogues here, services were
conducted by Chief Rabbi Yitzhak
Nis.-im. with the eulogy by Dr.
Zorach Warhattig. Israel's Minis-
ter for Religious Atfairs. El Mole
Rachmim was recited.
From all governmental build-
ings on all levels, national and
local, flags flew at half-mast. All
official functions, and many of un
unofficial nature, were canceled,
as Israel officially observed a
three-day period of mourning da-
creed at a special meeting of the
Cabinet.
Messages of condolence had been
sent immediately alter news ot
Mr. Kennedy's assassination had
been received by President Zal-
man Shazar, who flew later to
Washington to attend the funeral;
by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol;
and by former Prime Minister
David Ben Gunon. Mr Eshkol.
in a cable to President Johnson,
said:
"The Government and people
of Israel, and I personally, are
shocked and deeply grieved by
the tragic and dastardly assassi-
nation of President John Fitz-
Continued on Page 6-A
addened Miami Prays for Departed Executive
Ireatcr Miami Jewry joined;
nation this week in mourning,
tragic assassination of Prcsi-'
' John Fitzgerald Kennedy in
Tex., last Friday.
ands of Jews throughout
community attended special
in synagogues here as the
r to the late President,
Babies Johnson, declared
day a national Day of Mourn-
Over Hie weekend, spiritual
leaders reported far heavier
than usual attendance at Sab-
bath services after word hit
stunned Greater Miami that
President Kennedy had been
shot to death by *n assassin's
bullet.
In a special message mourning
the President's passing, Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, declared:
"It seems a rather painful co-
incidence that the murder of our
beloved President Kennedy should
take place so near the centennial
anniversary of the assassination
of President Lincoln, in whose j
dedicated path he nobly walked. !
"President Kennedy began his
term in office by declaring: 'Ask
not what your country can do for
you, but rather what you can do
for your country.' He was cut
down in midterm by himself giv-
ing to his country the most he
hadhis life.
"As Jews, our grief is a very
real and personal one. For the
President's life was so close to
all the sacred principles for
which Judaism stands. He was
Continued on Page S-A
TACUARA DAY?
Blast Rocks
Buenos Aires
Kehilla Offices
BUENOS AIRES (JTA' A
tremendous predawn explosion
directly in iront of the main gate
I the Buenos Aires Kehilla of-
fices, rocked the building and
Mattered windows for a block
1 round the area this week.
The blast tore a yard-wide hole
in the pavement. There were no
persons in the area at the time
of the blast. The street in front
of the building, which also houses
the headquarters of the DA1A, the
central body of Argentine Jews,
-iimed an ocean of broken glass
in the early light, when people re-
ported for work in the morning.
In New York, Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, cabled the two
organisations expressing indigna-
tion over the bombing and voiced
the hope that the "Argentine au-
thorities will react with strongest
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A



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Jewisti fhridliann
Page 3-A
(opose 5750,000 Drive for Y Facility;
idy Recommends Southwest Location
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be '
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behalf of Ihi- Young
youcd Women's He-
;,, oi (iroatcr Miami
iii*->. starting with a
Center in the South
.: Miami, have been
, the Executive Corn-
Board of Governors |
i Miami Jewuh Fed-
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Id Cutler. proident of the |
i-eek Ihnnkad the 17 men
oi the commuuty
adershiD and impetus)
..rf called the report "a
blueorint for future service to
members of the community of
all ages, from nursery school to
golden age."
Sidney I.of court, president of
the Federation, said that a Joint
Study Committee, eoinposed of
leaders, ol Ihe Federation and
headed hy Harold Thurman, sub-
mitted the report calling for the
initial phase, a $750,000 campaign
to build the first center in the
Southwest and to retire the in-
debtedness on land owned by the
Y in North Miami and in Miami
Beach.
I know that we all share the Aqe(f Mon|e 0 7e|ev,sjon Home for the Aged this Sunday
awareness that the Y'< needs must at 5:35 p.m. The Home i- a bene-
be implemented, and to do so the WCKT Ch. 7 will offer a fea lieiary of the Greater Miami Jew-
committee bas wisely decided on ,,"',> Presentation on the Jewish i-1' Federation. ____
i program to build the necessarj
kport Former Gestapo Chief
Mow Living in Cairo Suburb
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ii \) Former
ral Henrlch Mueller.
e late Adolf Eich-
i superior, was
n u Cairo suburb as re-
.i jo, disguised un-
b name ot Amin Ab-
and had previously
I m writing anti-Jew
|a for President Nas-
rding to the London
wo months ago, reports
ead in Germany that three
itches discovered in a Ger-
n grave included Mueller's
airs. Later, it was estab-
ed "-at Mueller's corpse was
among these three. Now
D?ily Express, on the basis
its own investigation, has
abided that Mueller had es-
aed from Germany early in
5. rthen he perceived that
ler nad lost the war.
! movements, according
,paper, were traced to
j in Munich, then to
ski resort in Austria.
Italian village on the
i.order, finally to a
in Italy, where a
., -i obtained for him
cards under the
Berlinsky, presum
from Lodz. Late In
to Spain thence to
wrote ami Jcwi>h
propaganda for Nassi i in 1949. He
disappeared from the Cairo suburb
.! year ago. but "the hunt i~ nol
\.i over," the newspaper stated.
centers in our city's areas con-
laining large Jewish populations."
Cutler said that estimates of the
proposed construction called for
iaciulioa encompassing some 35,-
000 s<|. It., which can be construe)
ed at a cost ot approximately
S5OC.000. Planned are lounges, a
game room, large reading rooms,
nursery school and arts and crafts
facilities, club rooms, and exer-
cise and athletic facilities, includ-
ing a gymnasium and outaoo*
swimming pool.
In addition to this, the Y is
fchedu'ed to include a kitchen
and snack bar area, offices for
staff, washroom and storage
f?cilit;es parkirg and an out-
door playground area.
A program to implement the
. tions Of the commu-
te;' and to raise the funds neces
sary for the construction ol the
i new Y.\l and YWllA Center
i- being detailed by a .joint Fed
oration-Center Committee, and
lei tative pi ins call for launching
the drive in the spring of 19M
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Beth David i ongrega-
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t erving as a delegate from
pth i : Congregation. He has
hi Id the office of treasurer
tin association,
li- ,i past treasurer and pres
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Elected to serve on the execu-
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re Gus Shaw, first vice presi-
dent; Leo Meyer, second vice
president; Nathan Ginsburg,
tottery; and Philip Berko-
iti, treasurer.
tea for the coming year
ire Morris B. Frank, Hyman P.
I Mrs. Samuel Geltner,
amuel Kostoff. Irving Luhin.
[braham Pepper. Sam Ostrowsky.
eph Post, Robert Schweitzer,,
|orris Krevat.
Installation ceremonies will take ]
ll.iee on Sunday evening, Decem-
|'i' 15. at the Sterling Hotel, with
ludge Milton A. Friedman acting
s installing officer.
The I emetery Association op-;
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Page 5-A
Johnson Reputed as Friend of Israel
Mr.
pt'ilCC
Continued from N|l 1-A
against "pntvtn on on tide in
Johnson called for a just
deploring the attempted
coeraoa" of Israel as a "method
of settlement." He told the Eisen-
nowcr Administration it had lost
sight of the basic facts in the Is-
rael-Arab dispute.
Addressing fellow Senators, he
-;iid that "contrary to widespread
,,>Mimptions in the United Nations
and in Washington, the issue is not
originally the result of Israel's
armed invasion of Egypt. The is-
SUe was raised by Egypt's long-
standing insistence of maintaining
., state of war' with Israel and
implementing it by both guerrilla
'aids and a double blockade in the
Suez Canal and Strait of Tiran. It
was this Egyptian maintenance of
a 'state of war' and the exercise of
belligerent rights that resulted
in Israel's military counter-action."
\lr. Johnson made clear his af-
finity for Israel after his election
<> the Vice Presidency. In addres
-is before Jewish audiences and
luring his visit to the State of Is-
rael, Mr. Johnson left no doubt of
'he continuity of his sentiments.
\s a Senator. Mr. Johnson fought
lo cbtain for Israel a fair share ot
i conomic aid programs, noting
that Israelis were torced to divert
heir own resources for detensive
aims against the Russian arms
flowing into Egypt.
Chairman J. W. Fulbright, of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, on May 2. 1960, in-
troduced an amendment aimed
af nullifying the Douglas Keat-
ing "freedom of the sea*"
amendment. Sen. Fulbright
sought to shield the Arab block-
ade and oppose Israel's shipping
rights. But Mr. Johnson arose
with a motion to table the Ful-
bright amendement. The mo-
tion, coming from the Majority
Leader, was carried by 45 to 39.
Mr. Johnson served as chairman
of the President's Committee on
-"i|iial Employment Opportunity. In
his capacity he insisted that indi-
. iduals be afforded an equal
hance for employment without re-
gard to their race or religion. His
fforts in this connection were
ifed by Jewish organizations.
Under the leadership of Mr.
I'linson, the Senate recognized its
-sponsibilities on civil rights and
muted the first legislation in dec
!< s. As a Senator he also active
y fought "McCarthyism" and ex-
tremism of the right.
During his last year in the Sen-
ile, the participation of a few
nembers of the U.S. armed forces
n George Lincoln Rockwell's
American Nazi Partv came to Mr
Johnson's attention. In his capacity p on Mrs. Johnson's resignation be-
as chairman of the Senate Pre- cause "the State of Israel is based
pareUness Investigating Commit-1 upon the usurpation of another na-
tion's land by force, displacing one
million Arabs from their home
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are known
to have given private support to
Israeli philanthropic needs. Mr.
Johnson, on one occasion, while
purchasing a $1,000 Israel Devel-
opment Bond, told an Israel B<-
official that he thought highly :'.
the bond undertaking, and had
previously purchased a number ci
bonds.
tee, he demanded an immediate ex-
planation from the Defense De-
partment. Within days, the De-
partment moved to have the Ma-
rine Corps discharge a marine who
had joined the Nazi movement.
Mr. Johnson was reportedly
vexed last June when Arab dip-
lomats demanded that his wife
resign as honorary chairman of
an Israel Independence Ball,
sponsored by Israel Bonds, in
Washington. In a letter replying
to the Iraqi Embassy Charge
d'Affaires, Mrs. Johnson stated
"I have, for whatever small val-
ue it may be, tried to be acces-
sible and available to as many
as possible, without distinction
as to religion, race, or region,
and certainly including all states
of the Near East." She added
that "I shall continue to do so."
The Iraqi diplomat had insisted
land." In her reply, Mrs. Johnson
said "the easiest course for the
wife of a public official would be,
of course, never to lend name,
hand or heart to any endeavor,
charitable or commemorative."
The Arab diplomats in Washing-
ton charged that 13 Arab embas-
sies had invited Mrs. Johnson to
their social affairs but she had
"not honored one of them" with
her presence.
Members of Congress of both
parties later asked the State De-
partment to declare offending
Arab officials persona non grata,
and to expel them from Washing-
ton. The State Department agreed
that the Arabs were at fault, but
said that drastic action was not
in the diplomatic interest of the
United States.
Saddened Miami Attends
Special Services for JFK
Continued from Page 1-A
a friend of the Jewish faith be-
cause he was a good Christian,
and the principles of morality
and social justice are common
to both faiths.
ity groups, whoever burned a
cross, has helped scatter some
seeds of his assassination into the
atmosphere.
"There is no mystery in the
fact that a government official
who stands in the doorway of a
The pain we feel is increased university, barring students be-
the mystery shrouding
by the mystery shrouding the
senseless assassination. The ques-
tion, 'Why?' revolves constantly
in our minds. This is the frustra-
tion mixed with our grief. And
yet, can we deny that society is
partly responsible? It is no mys-
tery that an atmosphere of hate,
prejudice, bigotry, and discrimi-
nation can be the fertile soil
which breeds such an unspeakable
crime. It is no mystery that
ever) individual who ever turned
brother against brother, whoever
stepped upon the rights <>f minor
CPA Unit Hears Speaker
Arthur J. Click, supervisory
loan specialist of the Small Busi-
ness Administration Miami Of-
fice, was guest speaker at the din-
ner meeting of the Dad" County
Chapter of the Florida Institute
of Certified Public Accountants
on Monday at the Biscaync Ter-
race Hotel. He was joined by Ar-
thur L. Miller, acting branch of-
fice attorney.
VOTE FOR THE PEOPLED SHERIFF
cause of the color of their skins,
helps to scatter the seeds of law-
lessness and contempt tor justice.
Who can say where seeds scatter
and where they take root."
Continued Rabbi Schiff: "De-
spite our responsibilities, if we
raise the banner of our fallen
hero, then our nation will go for-
ward to fulfill its unlimited
promise.
"Then the agony of one lost
weekend will have been the birth
pains of a reborn nation, rededi-
cated to the proposition that all
men are created equal
"There is nothing that we can
do now about the death of Presi
dent Kennedy. There is much,
however, thai we can do to give
eternity i" the spirit of his life."
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a; own itr. condolences
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Samuel Lipton (left), who with Mrs. Lipton is chairman oi the
Committee of Hosts of the Temple Emanu-El-Israel Chanuka
"estival Dinner, welcomes Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er of the Temple; Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the dinner;
and Harry Sirkin, in his home last week at a reception for
'the Host Committee. The dinner will take place the first night
Chanuka, Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ian Peerce to Sing at Israel Bond
lhanuka Festival in Honor of Harry Sirkin
i.. Pine, Henry I. OTnkelateln, Irving
I'n Hi. Morriii Kisli.-r, Bone Fireman,
A!... KniAKel, Simile)' l-Y. hlliij,-.
1......inil I Y..-,Il.iii.l. Uenjiimln Krleil
man, Maurice ii. Fufinan, Maurice
'inn-, Synnej li.uiB, Bc'ii (illlcr, Nor-
man ,\l mil. r. Ben ZIon Ulnaliurg,
U.nuv Qltilem'in, Loui* uti-M, Al-
len luldlx li, i leorge i;. Iduvi t.
Kamuel Clnlilirteln, Sol nnlilxteln,
Samuel ilolu)>, l llllnn i!.....Imun, Keth-
er (Sonilman, Alexander 8. (loriloq,
William 11 i Inr Inn, Max In enberg,
lli-njamiii ,\ dreene, Jean Qreenapan,
.> 1111: (iroppinaer, Melvln Um Elian ll:il..in. Sat II. Hankoff, Loulu
11 i uk nan, i lali i.'l Heattel. Kidney I
Hi ruert, Hwiry HeMrh, \|. r la rlirach, |
Ji k |>h I l"ii ii in, K'lward I loroe Its.
I on .l.i.i.ii.. Milton B. Jacolmon,
M irrln In, ,1,^ .ii. Sam.1,1 K.i-ari.
Rhenium i: Kaulan, JuIIuh KiiwIId
s.Miiin I K'aiz. Jink Kntiman. Rae Ke>
le", tleuiiiee K. King, Irving KIpnia,
Tl. ...I. r Klpllia, William Kline, Alt-k-
ail i.i Kiguin.
\Ws Kolfci r, M i Kopelowltg, Har-
ry K'T, txky, Murr) Koretyky, h\ ug
I: K.*>..':', hrank H. Krevit, Ka miel
K il k. S.nun. I l.:i, limui. Mui ria IjBP-
Idim, Kdwaril l.a> man. Sn'iiuel l.a-
n Ik, Klitnej la-fKnttit/.. Harold A
Lt-ve Mn. .1 Let i. Hen l.. i in. .
|i.i\i,l l."\ins,.n. Murlce l.Hi.-rni.in.
lli.K Liner, C*h irlea Mpimiw, Al I..
Loi-vner, Altitun :-. I.uImit.
Sain Uib) Jr., Hurry Malael, "--
cur Mami.fr. lyaiic Manhelmer, llar-
r> Marl,.mil/, M.mi I:. Marks. Her-I
man K. MecJllowlUk Huron Meyer, Benjamin Meyer*, Hank Mey-
\ roster of prominent Temple
fcmanu-KI and community leaders
\ero guests at the home of Mr.
Mrs, Samuel Lipton last
hursday evening in preparation
the Temple Emanu-El-Israel
tianuka Festival Dinner to be
I the first night of Chanuka
ruesday, Dec. 10. at the Fon
lebleau Hotel.
Mr and Mrs Lipton. chairmen
|l the Committee of Hosts for the
cut, entertained
i Host Committee
in. Chairman of
Festival Dinner will be Joseph M.
lpion. president of Temple
Emanu-El. Co-chairman will be
lack S. Popick, and honorary
[h.i rmen will be Dr. Irving Lehr-
l-iun and Samuel Friedland.
Guest of honor will be Harry
I Sirkin, pioneer Miami Beach
members of
at the recep-
the Chanuka
len's Club Will
Hear Debate
The 1500 Men's Club, Morton i
rowers, Sunday breakfast at 9:30!
m in Morton Towers Restau-
Iranl, will feature a debate on
I'Shall Capital Punishment be
[Abolished?"
Metro Court Judge Frederick N.
iBarad will speak lor the affirma-
[tive. Assistant Slate Attorney
Alphonso C. Sepe will take the
I negative view.
Moderator for the program will
be Judge Meyer L. Cherkas, pres-
ident of the club.
business and civic leader. Sir-
kin, who was one of the organix-
ers of Temple Emanu-EI, was
also a member of the organizing
committee for the Greater Miami
Israel Bond effort when it was
launches' in 1951.
He has been a member of the
Israel Bond Board of Governors
since then.
A unique feature of the dinner
will be a conceit by Jan Peerce.
who will present a program es-
pecially prepared tor this oc-
casion.
Mr. I'eercc. one of the world's
leading tenors, is a star of the
Metropolitan Opera. In addition,
he is noted for his renditions of
sacred Jewish music, as well as
traditional Hebrew and Yiddish
songs.
Members of the Committee of
Hosts for the Temple Emanu-EI-
Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner
will include:
JuKi-ph AIi-Iiav. Mmirli'e Ali.ls'.n
Sannii'l Ali,n-..ii. Ka> Ablln, l.eoiinrd
Al.t anif-oll. NryitlOUr I. All. vil'an. JoH-
.j.ii Amigo, Jacob M. Arvey, Jauk Au-
gliat, JoKeptl Ami!.....I>. Joseph H,
Bachua, Max Bauer, Herinnn M. Uerk.
Bt-rnanl Berkley, Max Ulron, Jerrj
Dlunk, Sun Blank, Milton II Blunt.
Sli.pai.l Broad, fill Dudle) I. Brodle.
I .on In a. Bunlm, .lack 1'. BuitIh,
Harry Carmen, ban Ghnlken, Julea
IV riinnnlng, CharleK ftiarcuwiOcy,
Meyer l. I'nerkaa, Jamea Cohen, Mey-
er Cohen, Morttmei Cohen Sam '"li-
en, VVnlfle Cohen, Jack Cooper, Irv-
In ; i '."iiiii.
Benjamin Cynpn, Nathan Itnraky,
Arthur Heaaer, Daniel 8 Dubbin,
\ ii..n i:ii' lichman. I.-.. i:is. iii-liin.
i I-: 11in--. 1.....a A. Epateln,
Jack l Kalk. Raymond R, helner,
Qertr al.' Keldmnn, Milton 1 rller, Bel
t> i,ii,-i, Harry I' Plnberg, Ronald
Thank
% heartfelt oPpreda,0n
f ihe vote^ fiends and
c^pa.gn workers who mode
Possible my return to the
CifY Commission.
' ded,'Cafe '"/self to merit
Qnd/^% your support.
Sincerely,
Sidney Aronovitz
M,ami C"y Commissioner
er, Donald Mlchnoff, Jack Miller,
JoMeph Mi)iT. Ben Moakpwlts.
ll;in> Mufapn, tiamuel M ifvon
r'tanlvy C. Myern, David A. S'utbHn,
JdcoJj Nathan, Kara Nri.-in. ioiu.h-.
T. Newman, Ben Novack, Al 0mr
fi*. Kurt I'elaer, litnr> II. iVnehan-
ky, Karl Pertnoy, Mil IMnaek, Paul
IMotkiD. Morrla Pollack, Paul Pollak,
Jaeuri .Nathan, >>ara .\t!>-<>ii. KawiU'ti
I'iu^c lUUi-ltnan, I < li'iliitT. SmIiu;.
Ka> iiniin!Tt'"iia lien Roet-nhlatti Char leu
Ro; PtiKUrti ii.
.itilK-s Un>i cst! in. Drear J. Iluwen-
strai'ch Sam H. i:-t. Kumeti -: th
I ta > mond Rubin, Seymour Rubin,
siiiMni II. Kultln. Joteph Mackn, Har-
ry IV KaniuW", Irvlnn Sehatxni.in,
Abraham Scheehter, Me>er l s. liin.
Hernuin M, BehwartB, Nut hum
Scliuiri/, AI in i v KclkWai tzma n, liar-
i.IO .1. S.-al. SUmUel I- StUx, r, Nath-
an Hero ta, I>avlr1 Hhaplro, Ht-rberi H
Shapiro, l.ernard Hharp, Kul ''. Hbaye,
Abraham Sheffmini Kretl Sh h hei
Jack Si'.v.-i inin. Sol Kiiverman, VV'I-
Ham Hllvemleln, Ktuuri HPnun, llei
Kmel lliu. .Mil!' ll SliM h. l.i.n:s S|.....
Jacob tfpund, AHreii l>. Htalford.
VVlll'ain II. Stan.'.i, Alfred Stone,
Theodore Htrunl, Mux S'uibeu, Toblar
SUaaman, All ha I Tain-. I'liK 1
Telteh, I'blllp K. Thau. Mlcliael Tiwp,
Mar..1.1 ai. Vntw, MatlWa Wanhion,
Carl Welnkle, MiliH Wollowlek. Mar-
shall Wolper, Martin Woolln, Charier
V;i\i i>, Raphael K, Vunea, Al Zablo,
Thcoiii>i.- A. ZmIU--, Ben Zvlgmund,
EHxabBtll Xrt-ntl. i, l.-uiiard /ill.- 11,
Runj^mln ZucVerpran. Nelson Zlylta.
Fifty Join New v
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Florida regional office of the
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The Free Loan was founded by
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Students to be Interviewed
On Sunday, Dec. 8. a broadcast
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10 a.m. Winning students of the
| Central Hebrew High School will
be interviewed to discuss Jewish
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director of the Bureau of Jewish
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F:ge 8-A
> .If- h Is f ihrkKan
Friday. November
23.1963
Nation Mourns the Death of President Kennedyi^i^FH^
lievcd in Israel.
Continued from Pa.ge 1-A
scheduled to have attended
Christ Methodic Church: and
Msgr. George H. Guilfoyle. repre
be inaugurated in memory of
Mr. Kennedy at the Hadassah-
L. Brown and Louis Segal, prcsi
dent and secretary of the Far-
and uouli'n,.
tect it against its enemies."
Dr.
Neumann said: '\ye
t nt. at Madison Square Garden. ^ew yor|.
huge auditorium was jammed
i; capacity by 18.000 Jews paying
u cute to the memory of their
}i\e. fallen President. Eulogies
were delivered by Rabbi Israel
r. vshowitz. president of the New
V rk Board of Rabbis; the Rev.
I: Ralph W, Sockman. pastor of
1 >. rising the Catholic Charities' <*l.. Hebrew University Medical Cen- ( band-Labor Zionist Qto"; Moses with anguish, overwhel
Several Jewish organizations
announced the establishment of
memorials honoring the name of
the martyred President. Hadas-
sari, the Women's Zionist Organ-
ization of America, announced
that a "fitting memorial" will
Shazar Heads Israel Delegation
To Funeral for Slain Leader
Continued from Page 1-A
ccTimemorative service held at
t^-e Washington Hebrew Congre-
jefion as a memorial to Mr.
ennedy conducted by the Wash-
- gton Jewish Community. At
'-'$ solemn event, they were
; esenf as participants in a Jew-
'.-I religious, devotional service,
tether than in their official ca-
lcifies as representatives of the
S-ate of Israel.
\onday. observing America's
.onal Day of Mourning, all Is-
li consulates throughout the
c .ntry. including the Consulate
neral in New York, were closed.
Irs. Meir made public Monday
i contents of a telegram she sent
: Secretan of State Rusk as soon
-he had learned of the assassin-
n of President Kennedy. She
. 1 in this country, heading Is-
I's delegation to the United Na
is General Assembly. In her
?saee to Mr Rusk, she empha lv express my shock and sorrow
d that "no words can adequate over this tragedy."
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credit ii you want it. Deliver) van be ananged.
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ter in Jerusalem. The Jewish I. Feitrstein, president of tnej grief at the death of PrtjUi,
National Fund of America an- Union of Orthodox Congregations; Kennedy. His wanton muroW
nounced that a "John F. Ken- of America; Dr. Nelson Glueck. a shattering blow. t|,c ifl,- "
nedy Forest" will be planted in president of the Hebrew Union Col- which this nation has not txtu
the heart of the American Free- lege-Jewish Institute of Religion; ienccd since the assassiiutio^i
dom Forest near Jerusalem, and many other leading Jewish the Great Emancipator. AbrjrS
"linking the name of our mar- organizations and personalities Lincoln. John K Kenned?
tyred President forever with the throughout the country. career was as brilliant and prorj
Holy Land." President Kennedy was eulogiz- ising as it was meteoric
ed in memorial services Monday short-lived. His advent
Messages of grief and condol-
morning conducted by the Ameri- to usher in a new era
kerned
ashing
ence to the country and to Mrs. can SccUon of ,he Jeul>h Agency rav of hope ,0 a darkem,(, "JJ
Jacqueline Kennedy, as well as and thc staffs of othcr niajor cen. ,,e faced ,hc riesperau, *
pledges of utmost support to Pre* tra, Zionist s^,^ of our wjth g
pledges of utmost support to Pres
i.ient Johnson, were issued by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of
the World Zionist Organization
and the World Jewish Congress;
A. M. Sonnabend, president of the
American Jewish Committee:
problem!
tral Zionist bodies. of our age with courage, witk
Speakers were Dr. Goldmann. youthful vigor, with profound us-
Dr Neumann, and Rabbi Eugene derstanding. and deep sympathy
Dushinsky. of the cultural depart- for the underprivileged, the rj*
ment of the Jewish Agency. inherited and the oppre!
Dr. Goldman characterized the Rabbi Dushinskv read the E
assassinated President as "a great Mole Rachamim. thc traditioni
Rabbi Joachim Prinz. president of Amcrlcan a ,cader in ,hp caUse praver for the de.id
the American Jewish Congress;
Label A. Kptz. national president
of B'nai B'rith.
Also Dr. Emanuel Neumann.
chairman of the Jewish Agenc>
for Israel-American Section; Dr.
Max Nussbaum. president of the
Zionist Organization of America;
Monroe Goldwater. president of
the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York: Murray L.
Gurfein. president of United Hias
Service; Lewis H. Weinstcin.
chairman of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil; Solomon Litt. president of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
Also Rabb: Mordetai Kirshblum.
president of the Religious Zionists
of America; Agudath Israel of
America, national Jewish Ortho-
dox Movement; Mrs. Siegfried
Kramarsky. president of Hadas-
sah; Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein.
chairman of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee; Meyer
Association Elects Gertner
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rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital, was
elected president-elect of the
Florida Hospital Association for
the year 1963-64 at its meeting in
Orlando las! Thursday. The asso-
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Arts League Plans Concert
The Miami Beach Music and
Arls League will present the sec-
ond concert of its fall-winter
series at the Carillon Hotel on
Monday, Dec. 16. at 8:30 p.m.
Featured artists include Manet-1
ta Bitter. 6-year-old virtuoso on'
I the recorder, assisted by her sis-1
| tcr Noel n. and 13-year-old broth-1
| er, Robert. Their parents. Bar-,
baia and John Bitter, complete
the ensemble.
John Bitter, former Dean of,
the School of Music at the Univer-1
sity of Miami, and past conductor'
of the University Symphony Or-1
chestra. will in addition to leading!
the recorder ensemble, serve as;
musical commentator and play
the flute, accompanied by Virginia'
Urban, pianist.
Vocalist of the evening will be
Vancv Green, contralto. Sonya.
Balogh, violinist, concertmaster of
the Miami Beach Symphony Or-
cnestra. and Miss Urban will pity
"-hiri's Sonata in B minor. Opw
108.
in additon. ballerina Ninette
Rubio. formerly of the Pro Arte
Academy, in Havana, will pre-
form. Program chairman is Boris
Graber.
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin (left), of Maryland, congratulates
Murray A. Shaw, president ol Temple Ner Tamid, and pre-
sents him with the Israel Redemption Award as Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz looks on. The presentation was made at the Temple
Ner Tcrmid-Israel Dinner of Tribute last Saturday night at the
Fontcii.ebleau Hotel on behalf of State of Israal Bonds.
Winston Churchill Hails Development
Of Israel at Commendation Dinner in LA.
By Special Report
St;itin^ that he has been inter
ested in Zionism for many years,
Sir Winston Churchill this week
hailed tne economic development
(.1 the State ot Urael.
The world-famoua British states-
man expressed his views in a let-
ter in which he acknowledged a
Ciimmciidation AwMd by the Los
Aneelc.s Commi'tee for Israel
Bonds tor his lifelong interest in
the eatablidiment of the state of
Israel.
"I have been concerned with
the develi>nep ; c* Z o-.ism
since their ear'iet days fir
Winston %\4, "*rd have viewed
with pleasure and admiration
the maturing the State of Is-
rael. It is mi earnest hope that
Israel may presper and live in
peace with her neighbors, to the
detriment of nwt and to the
listing benefit of the Middle
East."
('iiiimeiulation Awards for Sir
Winston an.! nine other outstand-
ing personalities were announced
at a dinner niven this week by
the Los Angeles Committee for,
Israel Bonds.
Gov. Edmund (i. Brown, of Cali-
fornia, who was ;i special guest at
the dinner, termed Israel "a refuge
from man's tyranny and a citadel
of man's hope.
"Israel is more than the Jew-
ish homeland." he added, "it is the
ideological homeland of all who
love liberty and who are willing
lo pay the often terrible price of
liberty."'
He pointed out that Israels
achievements "should not be
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Friday, November 29,
Ecumenical Postpones Consideration of Jewish Ties
initiated the Nazi pr5e,
of Jew,." J tC-
Naxt propaganda ha
ROME (JTA) The Ecumeni-
I Council approved this week
e first three chapters of a docu-
i eht on Christian unity, but post
ned lor later consideration a
aptcr O'l the Jews and another
i ajpter on freedom of religious
< jjression.
The Bishopi then decided to cut
further debate on the riocu-
i ent as a whole, and pass on to
i scussion ol each separate chap-
P. There was no indication as.
the reasons that led the pre
les to postpone action on the
( aft on Jews which specifically
nies Jewish responsibility tor'
e crucifixion of Christ and warns,
I Catholics against anti-Seiintu
titudea based on ancient charges
deicide.
While a majority of the Bish-
-. ps who have spoken on the Jew-
sh draft have endorsed it fully,
: ivisions of opinion have been
Book Month Will
Habbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
mple Menorah, will address one
two celebrations of Jewish Book
jnth to bo held on Monday.
Rabbi Abramowitz will appear
I Beth Torah Congregation. 1051
>. Miami Beach Blvd.. at 8 p.m..
review "Kichmann in Jeru-
Icm." by Hannah Arendt. A
ecial showing will also be held
the picture. The Eichmann,
ory," presented recently on tele-
-1011
The open meeting i< co-sponsor-
by the congregations of the
rth Dade area Herbert Ber-
r. associate director of the Bu-
au of Jewish Education, will
i itline the objectives of Jewisb
>ok Month.
expressed as to whether it should
be incorporate:' in the general
schema on ecumenism, or treat-
ed saaMM-ately. For example,
Bishop Florit of Florence, Italy,
said Chapter Four, on the Jews,
fhould be part of the schema on
the Church because the Jewish
religion was at the origin of
the Church, and the Church's
history of salvation started with
the Old Testament.
'.-red a similar endorsement a:id- them for the deicide. Besides.
iltg lh;;t the proposed Schema ,(,c Cardinal added. Jesus" list!
nould include also Moslems and wof. werc an invot.ation l0 0od
all who believe iru God. an4.arc..to MViv^ Ttiv executioners be-;
opposed to materialistic atheism. cause }hcv ..djd no, know na, j
the
even Catholics and its ther^''d
necessary to remove that '*
fluence," he stated. ln"
Alberl Cardinal Meyer. Arch-
bishop of Clucayo. expressed
greai satisfaction" with the en-
Bishop Morcillo of Spain argued
Inat the chapter on the Jews and
hal on freedom ol conscience
should be approved but as pan of
:he 17th Schema on the Church
n the Worlda proposal endorsed
by Bishop Antonio and Cardinal
Bacci of the Vatican Curia.
Earlier in the debate. Bishops
who opposed prompt adoption of
the declaration on Jews were
tire document, including Chapter oritioized by Augu.-iin Cardinal
Bea. president of the .Secretariat
the] were doing." The Cardinal
added: "How can it be doubled
thai such a prayer was fulfilled
bj God and how could the Church
and her followers do otherwise.'''
The Cardinal declared that
arott-T major reason for absolv-
ing the Jews was the Naii pro-
paganda of the recent past which '
Caroinal Bea
knew "very well
bun was not based
a (,t that he
"l anti-Seiaft.
Pnmarilv on
past or present teachings of tu
Catholic Church. "It has ,
roots too but the Church doe*, not
(leal with them." he said, rjjjj
address was greeted
applause which the
Moderator was unable u
dinal
with
Bea's
loud
rupt.
niter-
Four on the Jews and Fixe on free-
dom of religion. He said the two
chapters should remain in the
overall ecumenism statement be-
cause they were "intimately con-
nected" with ecumenism. Bishop
Angelo Jelinini. the apostolic ad-
lor the Promotion ol Christian
unity, who said that the work of
drafting the document had been
started two years ago on explicit
instructions of the late Pope John
XXIII and not on the initiative
ministrator of Lugano, speaking, of hjs secretariat. He told the
on behalf of all Swiss Bishops, of- prt.|ates that the drait was sub-
mitted to the central Commission
Be Noted Twice of the Council ,n Junc 1962-
The Cardinal emphasized that
the draft had been submitted in
full to the late Pope John in De-
cember 1962, and that the Pon-
tiff a few days later expressed
to the Cardinal his complete ap-
proval. The Cardinal said his
presentation was not to infleunce
the decision of the Bishops but
to shed light on the spirit and
intent of the draft. Cardinal
Bea emphasized also that the
statement was neither a political
nor a national matter and that
under no circumstances was it
meant to imply Vatican recogni-
tion of the State of Israel or an
act in favor of Zionism. He
added that his Secretariat had
so notified the Arab states.
Dr., in cooperation with the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment. The theme of the even-
ing will be "Recent Novels from
Israel." Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink will review "Street of
Steps," by Yudil Handel, Israeli
novelist.
On the same night, at 8:30
= .m a second public meeting
/ill be held at Oceanfront Au-
:itorium, 10th St. and Ocean
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau, will re-
view "Dust." by Yael Dayan.
daughter ol I-rael's Minister of
Agriculture. Melvyn B. Frumkes.
local attorney and Bureau treas-
urer, will review "House of Hope."
by Lynne Banks, now living on a
kibbutz in Israel. Al Sherman,
chairman of the Jewish Book
Month Committee of the Bureau,
will act as chairman. Chaim
Rose, ol the Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department, will read selec-
tions of poetry from Israel.
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He added that it could not be
denied that inside the Church
there had often been said "harsh
and unhappy" words against Jews
in connection with the crucifixion.
Referring to the events of that
time. Cardinal Bea said that there
had been a minority among Jew -
opposed to Jesus and less still of
those who had shouted "crucify
him."' whereas "we know that the
majority ol the people were
against his condemnation." He
added that the Gospels believed
that not all the Jews in Jerusalem
and still less all in the Holy Land
or those scattered through the
Holy Roman Kmpire of that time
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Cardinal Bea pointed out that
St. Peter had even absolved the
leaders because they were ignor-
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to blame the Jews 19 centuries
later?" He added there could
indeed be no question of blaming
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Maurice Samuel to Address JNF Council;
Aviva Halaban Due in Musical Program
World-renowned author Maurice development and growth of Me
t Samuel will bo guest speaker at Ami since its dedication a year
V an annual dinner of the Jewish ago this month, when some 40
, National Fund Council of Great- Greater Miami JNF leaders
/ I er .Miami scheduled for Dec 8 at wer.t to Israel to attend the
- the Fontainebleau Hotel. event.
MAUfffCE SAMUtL
Leon J. Ell, president of the
JNF Council, said that the dinner
will highlight Greater Miami's
sponsorship of .Me Ami, twin city
of this community now being
erected on the Jordan border in
Israel
He said that some 1.C00 persons
are expected to attend the event.
One of the features of the
dinner will be a report on the
Israel Ambassador Raphael to Speak
At Dinner Tribute for Jacob Rifkin Here
Israel Ambassador Gideon Raph-
ael will be guest speaker at a
champagne dinner banquet on the
phird night of Chanuka, Thurs-
day. Dec. 12. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Sponsors of the event are the
business and Professional Coun-
|il tor KupBI Holim here. Guest
p{ honor will be Jacob Rifkin,
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Council.
Rifkin will receive the Hista-
Idrut Man of the Year Award in
[recognition of his "outstanding
[efforts on behalf of the Great-
er Miami Medical Center in
Jeersheba."
I in addition to the citation, a
libute will be paid to Rifkin by
stadrut. which will name the
ly-iotherapy Department of the
^dical center in his honor. Con-
ruction of the $400,000 project is
.11 underway.
the Greater Miami Business
<1 Professional Council is con-
buting $200,000 toward the ccu-
with Histadrutlsrael contri-
ving the balance
Hairman of the Dec. 12 func-
will be William Bornstein.
Anna Brenner Meyers is
Irman of the local council.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
ler of Temple Beth Sholom, co-
|rman.
ibassador Raphael is current-
jrving as deputy director-gen-
of the Ministry for Foreign
Irs in Israel. He emigrated
Irael from Berlin in 1034, ami
la member of a kibbutz until
During 1939-42, he served
the Haganah.
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trom her land.
A devoted Zionist, Maurice Sam-
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1989, and has frequently revisited
since then. He is a noted trans-
lator into English of such noted
Jewish writers as Chaim Nachman
Biahk. I. J, Singer, Y. L. I'crctz
and Sholem Asch.
A world traveler, he has travel-
ed extensively and appeared in the
lecture platforms of important
Jewish communities everywhere.
In 1944, the Saturday Review
of Literature awarded Samuel a
priie for his book, "The World
of Sholom Aleichem."
lie has also received the Steph-
en Wise Award of the American
Jewish Congress 'tor Ins out-
standing contributions to Jewish
culture and education over three
decades."
Other of Samuel'- works include
Prince of the Ghetto." "Harvest
in the Desert." "The Second Cru-
cifixion" and "The Professor and
the Fossil," a refutation of the
anti-Zionist theories of the noted
historian, Arnold Tovnbee.
AMBASSADOR RAPHAU
since 1943, Raphael was involv-
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crimes trial. In 1946, Ambassa-
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the Jewish Agency mission to
the Ago-American Commission
of Palestine Inquiry. He was
also a member of the Jewish
Agency mission to UNSCOP in
19-.7.
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the State of Israel, the Ambassador
was appointed to Israel's delega-
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+Jewish tkx-Mfan
Friday. Novmbr.29. 1353
Conservative Movement Seeks Clarifying of Ideals
. ......
N.Y. >-etin of a-crie*of "response" on to officiate at Jewish ceremonies
followed by non-kosher meals
- KIAMESMA LAKE.
(JTA) A proposal that a spec- questions of Jewish law
ial committee be formed to helpl
the Conservative movemeat clari-
fy its philosophy and present a
series of recommendations in rrt-
ual practices "taking into consid-
eration the conditions and envir-i
onments of our time," was ap
The 1.400 cMesates approved
a rnolutien oriog the 7*7 mem-
ber congregation* "to rtrntmbw
taiet simplicity in funeral prac-
tices is the H-ecHtton of the Jew-
ish faith and that the dignity ef
the dead and of the bereaved
proved here by the United Syria- moorne,, dictate, the .liming I ^^^^^ cTosing laws as
f America. 'Sen ostentation." It r.ed a^ntrJsion on religious freedom
The resolutions urged on rabbis
and congregations to assert the
"primacy and priority" of the
synagogues' financial, social, cul-
tural and representational needs
on all levels of Jewish community
life.
They also adopted a resolution
gogue of America.
The suggestion was made by-
George Maislen. newly-reelected
president of the organization at
its 50th anniversary convention.
He proposed that the joint com-
mittee on Jewish Law and Stan-
dards of the Rabbinical Assembly
undertake preparation and publi
Beach Couple
Join Founders
Of Med Center
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Nash have
become founders of the Kupat
Holim Medical Center now being
trected in Beersheba. Israel.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Chairman, and Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, co-chairman of the Greater
Miami Business and Professional
Committee for Kupat Holim, an-
nounced a SI.000 gift from the
Miami Beach couple this week.
The medical center is a project
cf the Greater Miami Committee,
which has undertaken to under-
write it< erection in the sum of
some $250,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash live half
the year in Israel and the rest
of the time in Miami Beach,
where they are active in Israel
Bands, Combined Jewish Appeal
and Jewish Home for the Aged. '
member congregations to "in-
vest the ritual" of burial "with
the request which only the sim-
plicity inherent in our tradition
can invoke."
and welcomed legislation passed
in some states exempting persons
observing Saturday as their Sab-
bath. They commended the late
President Kennedy for his "far-
The convention also called upon reaching proposals on immigra-
' en ^'-nagogue regions to sup- tion" urging the elimination of
port rabbis declining invitations discrimination based on the quota
Rabbi Shapiro
To be Heard
First session of senior high
school course at Beth David Con-
gregation will be given on Wed-
nesday at 4:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro as discussion
leader.
Theme of the course, open to
high school juniors and seniors,
is "Growth in ReligionAs We
Develop into Adulthood."
MIT. AND MKS. NASH
tributed a medical clinic at Klar
Chassidim near Haifa, which was
, dedicated in their presence. Short-
Two years ago. the couple con-j iy after that, they presented a
I gift to Israel Histadrut to under-
write four scholarships in the
Histadrut vocational training pro-
gram.
David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
David Pinski Folk School Oneg
Shabbat on Friday, 8 p.m.. will
be held at the Farband Center,
842 Washington Ave.
Principal of the school, Louis
Lasavin, will speak on "Biblical
Personalities," and Jacob Fish-
man will lead a community sing.
Humorist Philip Nashkin will also
participate in the evening pro-
gram. Max Astor is president.
Med Student
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at the University Oi Miami School
land Memorial Award for acad-
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The award is made annually to
i ,< junior student of highest acad-
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i< presented each fall by a repre
tentative of the Greater Miami
Alumni Association at Phi Lamb
ria Kappa, at a >pecial assembly
meeting at Jackson Memorial Ho-
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system. They also urged the U.S.
Government to ratify the Genocide
Convention adopted by the United
Nations in 1948. In another reso-
lution the delegates urged Con-
servative Jews to participate in
the "crucial nationwide campaign
for full civil rights and equal op-
portunity for Negroes."
The tin Luther King, the Negro in-
tegrationitt leader, denounce the
Soviet Government for its "at-
tempt to liquidate the Jewish
people in th Soviet Union."
He was presented with the or-
ganiiation's Solomon Schechter
award during centenary Eman-
cipation Proclamation ceremon-
ies at the convention.
Dr. King said that "this kind of
spiritual annihilation. Us at-
tempt to engage in a ?> sterna*.,
spiritual liquidation, is something
we must not allow. Injustice any*
where is a threat to justice every-
where. Injustice to any ptopie
is a threat to justice for all peo-
pleand even though I live in the
United States and even though I
happen to be an America.". Negro
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be concerned about the fate <>i
my brothers and sisters who hap-
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What happens to them, happens
to me and to you and we must all
be concerned."
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CllQIlOUS
(XH ISRAEL. 7801 Cb'IvIb svs.
jodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
EME.S. 2533 SW 19th e.
fvMiVe. Rabbi ABt-ahaVM Seh-
CANDlUlGHTlkG TIMt
13 Kislev 5:09 p.m.
V ."
[DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
ive. Rabin Norman N. Shapiro.
, William W. l-ipson.
..in. Sal unlay !i a.m. lim
out*, >.,n of Mr, an.i Mm.
.. uHl.-.
r|_. 500 SW I7tn ave. Orthodox.
Solomon Schiff.
' [i.in. Haturda* R:M a.m. Krlday 8:l."i p.m. Beruion: "The Beat
parting .>f the Paths." Merchandise." Sisterhood will hoat
Harry, .-'in i.i Mr. and I Ones Hhabbal In honoi oi sumiav
-ainn .ulcs, Mtncha ."i p.m. i School conaworant*. sninr.hu N:!M a.m
Miiulia 5:15 pin.
'
IOSHE CONGREGATION
Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
"ion April. Cantor Hyman
p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs.
, iKenart^in, Topic: "Alien
'ion.'" eJntorday 8:45 a.m.
..!.: Pavl.l. si>n .,f Mrs. MU-
li !oKi
CONGREGATION ET*' CM'aIM'. 1544
Washington awe. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
PLAOLER GRANADA 60 NW Slit
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday S:l| p.m. Cai.i.i i:...nr.i.i will
------ review liaplain <'..|iin', |.y Bnbbl
AEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. T" Haturda.i : a.hi Ihir Mltsvah:
Louis Rottman.
p.m. S.itur.luy B a in
ii.in.
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kCOB. 301-311 Washington
(hodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Saurice Mamches.
p.m. Salurilav 8:3u a.m.
r.ul-A Challenge
>ESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Max
I Cantor Fred Bernstein.
p.m. ;.' hi si>enker, Iir
William*. \ i.-.- pi ealdi nt.
u Miami Topic: "Have
it to be Thankful in 11>-
lal Tensions?" Mr. an.I
To|lol Will hoMI 111.
it. BatOrdaj II 15 a.m.
Mew< ~.-i s Toda}."
-----
(AEL 139 NW 3rd ave.
Ralph Kneger, secre-
KH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
0i Joseph E. Rackovsky
---- -----
\H. 164th st. and NE 11th
rvative. Rabbi Max Lip.
ntor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
Sl.-\,.ii. aun ..f Ml" an.I Mis
Schwartx. Mlnchn ".::i p.m.
r..'n
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. I ev i n
Frldnj 7:45 p.m, Bermon: "Calendar
..f 1'iinaclence." Kr.aiul Mrs, Itoltfl'l
I'chln vn hi host ill. i m. u sh.ii.iiai in
l>. ii..r ..I her parenta, Mr. and Mrs.
llan > Nelman
. ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
l-'i i.i. v ". and s:|5 p m. Sermon; i-.ai-
Al..].. -." S.,llil.l.i> v; I.", .i.in.- S. -llili.il:
"An Kn. 'OUnter a ii h I ..-Miii.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.:
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehnield. TEMPLE
is lA/eekend
ish War Veterans Auxiliary. rflrW'
"Th.. ChaUelta* of the Atomic' .#"
Samr.iav 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion
of the Week." Bible clans 1:15 p.m.
* illln. 'Ti ****#,,al Ir (l*|fi,
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Prldai vi:. p.m. Kermon: "The Cath-
olic iinn.-ii. ih,. Crucifixion and th.-
.I.u "
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday s:i5 p.m. Dr. Jaffa'"* third lec-
ture ..ii "Israel as I Saw It." Saturday
n a in Bar Mltsvah: Stephen Jerome,
on of Mi. nmi lira, OeraW Pnakal.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 750" SW
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
PVIday 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Urntltude
r..r What -.'" BntUrda) l":::n a.m. feter-
ni.hi: "The Man iar. Ii.-.-. Bar Miiz-
vah: Stanley, son ..f Mr. ami Mm.
X al ha n I'.rav, i-ilian.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Tem-
ple i'......" Han Mltsvah; Gene, dausrh-
i. i f Mi. .in.l Mis. Herbert Inu.-r.
Salurilav :i a.m. Bar Mltavah: Har-
vey, son if Mr. ami Mrs. Meyer Klne-
m.l.i.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
l'ri 8:15 pin. Sermon: "And th.-
Spirit of America will Blue out ..f the
s.i.iii.'-s ami Shi..... anil Sickness."
Salurilav In: IT. a.m. Bogev Epstein,
son ..| Mrs Myrtle Epstein ami Theo-
dore Epstein.
Dinner sponsored by Temple Emanu-D Brotherhood at Sirkin
Hall honors two members of the Miami Beach synagogue for
their outstanding leadership in United Fund and other com-
munal affairs. Shown (left to right) are Brotherhood Presi-
dent Michael Sossin, honoree Samuel Seltzer, honoree Mrs.
Milton Sirkin and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El. Seltzer is president of Mercantile National
Bank, and Mrs. Sirkin is co-owner of the DiLido Hotel. Both
are playing leading roles in Miami Beach's activities in the
United Fund this year.
TV Film Will Feature Home
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phine.is Weber.
man.
B'NAI ABRAHAM.
387
an I
VI". p.m.
f th"
Sermon:
Van. all
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
i'ii.i.v 5:13 a a.I 8:15 pm Sermon:
f Hi.- Jews." Sitin.lai "Israel's Strenath." Saturda) : m
Mir/.v.ii: Eric, si.n of I
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Ill .Mrs
Kills;; Herbert
KiKvm Schlmek.
iL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Rabbi Harold Richter.
erner.
l-'riilay B:15 p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs.
Nate Kaplan, national president, Jew-
can Proclamation First
[Against Anti-Semitism
kBBI MAYER
IAMOWITZ
ile Menorah
|an sources suggest-
Scumcnical Council
Hi Cardinal Bca's
iration." the Jew-
press hailed it as
|ng event, and com-
eligious leaders re-
?nt public relations
lint when I first
Ut. my immediate
faction could best
the Yiddish ex-
fkumpt zey a kush
Tor two-thousand
^jPf^BjuiiH'.l al auto
a^aUaaVd and ravaged our
^conversions upon
Torn the leading
rope, and all in
Sir .God and reli-
Bfc Declaration."
shifts the blame
from the Jews.
K an insignificant
for inhuman crimes.
L-----*^I BMght. an open con-
rlaBg accesMines !>
^Usm, or in the
k Samuels. "pro-
Hi hatred," and a
itlon imploring the
Hfeness, would be
H
insignificant in-
Bed my opinion
laMne time made me
fcnportancr of the
Israel
.!. Ifth St.
m Congregation
Morris W Graff
i 0. Bernstein. C May, 1.15 P.M.
iKaotviM
WINDER OF OUR
AL HERITAGE."
RASM MArER ABRAM0VJITZ
removing the sfigmo
declaration proposed by Cardi-
nal Bea. A devout young Bap
tist American drove me to the
airport When he learned of my
calling, he told me of the news-
cast that he had heard the pre-
vious day regarding the "Jew-
ish Proclamation." which he
greeted with what appeared to
me to be a sense of personal re-
lief. But what was more telling
was that he extended his hand
to me. clasped my hand and
said, "we can really be brothers
now."
Apparently, pinning the guilt
of the crucifixion upon the Jews
lay at the very core of virulent
anti-Semitism. Thus, the "Jew-
ish Proclamation." which may
issue forth from the Vatican, is
really an indispensable and nec-
essary first step in ridding Chris-
tianity of the cancer of its
hatred. Perhaps, with time, it
might even remove from its own
eyes the stigma that it attached
to the words Jew and Judaism.
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Qrossberg.
l-"i iila> vai p.m. Thankaftlvlng Bervlci
Sermon: "Let l*s Continue i*. (live
Thanks." Roy A. Perry, prealdent of
i;.....Iwill In.liisii i,s. ami Dun Ilutier, I
director <>f public relations, will be
pulpit Ruesta. Saturday '.' a.m. Ker- '
\ i.-.-s conducted by Car Mltsvah .-lass
Sermon: "it is foi L*, the Living", to I
be Dedicated to the I'nflnlahed Work." i
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
Krnlai 8:30 p.m. Sermon "Meet V.nir
Bnemy." Ones Khabbnl hosted by Sis-
terhood. Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mlts-
vah: Milton, son nt Mr. ami .Mrs. Da-
vid HuSlllllilllS...
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
PVIday 8:S0 p.m. Saturday '.i a.m. ISnr
Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs
MAury Mais.l; Richard, sun of Mrs.
Harnlil SeltWartS. Mlncha .1:1.". p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
FViday 8:18 p.m. Bur vices oonduete1
liy assistant Rabbi Morris W. draft'.
Sermon "Thankaatvlna Day: Re-
minder of Our Spiritual Heritage."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Frida) 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Podet will
speak on "The Pursuit of Excellence,"
theme of Union of American Hebrew
Congregations general assembly. Pul-
pit must. Rabbi Sanford Seltser, ili
rector, South Florida Federation ..f
Southeast Couni II. Saturday l"::i"
a.m.. Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, s..n of
Mi. and Mr.-. I-1. .1 Krell.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
EYidn) 8:15 p.m. Saturday : a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion >! the Law Bar Mlts-
vah: Chester, s.n uf Mr. and Mis.
Rubin '/ rlln.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel Aoril. Cantor Gershon Levin
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Today's
Taste ..f Yesterday's Turkey Satur-
daj 13 a m. Bar Mltsvah: Barry,
son ..i Mi- and Mrs. Ben Cowen
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rah
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
Frida) 15 p m Thanksgiving service.
Sermon: "The American Wa\ of Life
- A It,-, vahiiiili.u '' A Book of I.Iff.
denated by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dan-
mark, will be dedicated.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
Friday *:l" p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: DavW, son of Mi and Mrs
Marcus Preundllcti.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
OicKson.
Friday 8:13 p.m. finest speaker, Ains-
ley Ferdle, vice commander, Florida
Department Service. Topic: "I.IkIu
Today "f ih.- Jewish War Veteran."
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "What is
a War i.i' N.-iv.s?" Bar Mltsvah:
Bruce and Knlph. sons of Mr. anil
Mrs. Louis Laiuliiy.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St
Conservstive. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr>
Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants.
Frlilav S::!(l p.m. Sermon: "Feathered
Arrows." Ones Bnabbai hoetad by
Slaterhood,
YOUNG ISRALt. sso NE 171 St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staubei
Friday 5:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ker-
i mon: "Mess, imer of Peace Mlttcha
I 5:15 p.in.
Judge Irving Cypen. president,
has announced that on Sunday, at ]
5:30 p.m., WCKT Ch. 7 will devote
its entire "Camera 7" program to I
a new 25-minute documentary on
the Jewish Home for the Aged. I
Title is "The Home for Beginning
Again."
Judge Cypen said that a pre-
view of the documentary will be
shown to leaders of the Home at
a board of directors meeting on
Sunday. 10 a.m., at Douglas Gar-,
dens.
The Home has just completed:
a major expansion program to in-
crease its capacity from 112 to 226 \
beds. The new facilities will be
dedicated Sunday. Dec. 22.
The Home is a beneficiary
agency of the United Fund and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and is a member of the Wel-
fare Planning Council, American
Hospital Association, and Florida
Association of Homes for the
Aging.
C.iug hrl Meeting
Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking
group of North Miami Beach, will
meet on Tuesday. 2:30 p.m., at
Temple Ner Tamid. Jacob Spill-
man's talk on "The Period of the
Gaonin and the Karaites" will be
followed bv a general discussion
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Friday. November 29, 1963
Off fhe Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
'Snobbish' Bronxvitle Not Racist
ANTHROPOLOGISTS ponder-1
^ ing social differences be
tween America and Europe
might well be advised tha'
ihere is such a pattern as th
American way of life in anti
Jewishnc.-s which is quite dif-j
icrent from that prevailing in|
Europe.
Anti-Semitism in Europe is I
a blood-soaked, pogrom-oriented spasm ot hate.
In the United States, except for the lunatic
fringe, it is best described as a desire to have
as little as possible to do with Jews.
A classic example oi the American way ol
prejudiced life has come to light in Bronxville,
quare mile of choice real estate between two
lusty N v York communitiesthe Bronx and
Yonkc -
Life in Bronxville has been elegant and well-
mam as it was planned by its founder 75
years ag< li is one ol the wealthiest communi
ties in the United States, with an average an-
nual tamilj income oi nearlj It i-
community oi handsome homes and smart shops
It is. in tact, a very nice place to live, ii
one can Miml It. No doubl some Jews and nos
sibl) ei ii a fev Negroes i iuld afford it How-
ever, far as il ( in be determined, there is
not a single Jewish or Negro resident in the
whole an ...
it strains credulity to the breaking poinl to
believe 'his purity ot Anglo-Saxon, Protestant
residence is strictly happenstance. Still, Bronx-
ville i si ents are quick to reject any suggestion
ot prejudice. Prejudice nowadays is uncouth.
\sk a Bronxvillite, and lie will promptly say:
"We have nothing against anyone. It's just that
we don'i want to have the community spoiled
by the nouveaux richesor anything." The
Standard explanation ot the Bronxville realtors
is along lie same lines "Jews just haven't car-
ed to come here, and Negroes haven't been able
to affofd to." '
Lately other views have developed in plump
ly-cushioued, self-isolated Bronxville. Consider
that of Mrs. William L. Colt, widow of an indus-
trialist executive and a resident of Bronxville for
50 years She says: "The attitudes of this com-
munity are disgraceful. Bronxville is interna-
tionally inlamous for discrimination."
That is why she took the lead in bringing
toge'her 185 Bronxville residents to form a Com-
mittee on Human Rights to seek to change those
attitudes. The committee laces a long uphill
Struggle and the nature of the problem again
points up the differences in the expressions of
prejudice between the Old and the New World.
The happy, well-adjusted comfortable denisens
of Bronxville really cannot be honestly said to
hale .li 0 or Ihe Jews. It is quite likely in fact
that most Bronxville residents have little or no
, intance with Jew -.
. re ot these attitudes more likely re-
sides m a determination to be lefl alone by the
swirling lides of social change ol our age. There
h been some turnover in the Bronxville popula-
te n but it has not been in the nature of "the
class who could gel along with each other."
The Vnglo-Saxons Ol Bronxville do not hate
Jews or Negroes. They are clearly too well
mannered and civilized for such regrettable
lapse Thej simply hate change, As one oi
them put it: "We like things as they are in Bronx-
ville; whv should anyone try to change them?"
Insularity and a pleasant conviction that one
should live with people ol similar views and
backgrounds explain much more about the lack
of Jews an I Negroes in Bronxville than any ef-
forts to find proof of true racist hatred.
The proper diagnosis would seem to be snob-
bishness rather than racism. And that too i-
a commentary on the unique differences between
the .\\u World and the Old.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
i Scholar Reviews the Pharisees
THE PHARISEES-The Socio-
egical Background of Their
= aith. By Dr. Louis Finkel-
;tein. Third Revised Edition.
Two volumes boxed. 1134 pp.
3hilad?!phia: Jewish Publica-
on Society of America. 222
No. 15th St.
A Guest Review
By DR. SAUL LEEMAN
it evokes no sui prisi I i
' that in our contemporai j
citj man and
1 dwi Hi r will often assume
isinj \ ii .. on the political,
i iai and economic issue- ol
dav Recognizing that this
nomenon i- not pecular to
Dr. Louis Fink-
in 2.i years ago demon-
ated in his monumental work
-i the Pharisees that the clash
tween the urban and the
ral points of view underlies
basii differences between
e Pharisees and the Sad-
cees. The former he idcu-
fies with the urban-plebian
les, while the latter he
mates with the rural-patrician
crests.
The differences in the posi-
tion they take on ceremonial
I and i n theological doctrine
e traced by the author to the
nosing viewpoints assumed
the city dweller and the
an of the country. For illus-
tration, trke the question of the
sabbath lights (kindled in ad-
. rice of the Sabbath, of course)
hich were permitted by the
Pharisees and prohibited by the
saddueees. Prof. Finkelstein
cry convincingly explains how
these views were rooted in the
prevailing social conditions of
these classes. The use of fire
0 the Sabbath for illumina-
in was superfluous for the
;atrician farmer who was wont
to retire early; travel after
' irk being so difficult, there
as no "night life" in his rural
setting.
Add to this the fact that in
e lowlands where he dwelt a
.... v.**.
DR. LOU'S HNKUSTUN
convincing explanation
pleasant w a r m temperature
made [ire unnecessary for heat-
ing as well, and we can read-
ily understand why the denial
of Sabbath fire worked little
hardship on him. By contrast,
the city plebian would spend
his Sabbath evening visiting
friends, listening to a lecture.
studying, or indulging in other
evening activity which city life
afforded. Thus lire for him
was essential for light; the cold
Jerusalem winters made it
equally essential lor heat. From
this illustration and the many
others offered, we can readily
understand what our author
means when he tells us that
"customs create exegesis, not
exegesis customs"
In similar fashion does Dr.
Finkelstein demonstrate how
the differences in social outlook
between plebian and patrician
color their attitudes toward
such doctrines as Resurrection,
Immortality. Angelology, Free
Will and other basic philoso-
phical and theological issues.
This sociological analysis is not
limited to the two centuries of
the Pharisaic-Sadducean per-
iod. Tracing the roots of the
Sadducean views to the aristo-
crats landowners ol the First
( ommonu i alth, he projects the
in patrician controversj
hack to biblical times In the
process, he treats us to a bril-
liant sociological analysis ol
the biblical pei iod ..: d d< t
our understanding ol the Pro-
phets in w hom hi' sees the pro
genitors ot the Pharisaic out-
look
This year, a quarter of b
tury alter the iir.-t appean
ot thi- work. Dr. Finkelstein
has revised his honk with the
audition ot a 100-page introdui
tion. as veil as a 200-page sup
plement. In this new material,
the author reviews his own 19j8
work with a critical pbjecth
ity which does credit to the
highest tradition of true schol-
arship. In many cases, he re-
enforces his earlier analysis bj
adding new insights. In the
supplement, Dr. Finkelstein
adds tiie interesting insight
that another factor may have
been the relief that tire was
tabu on the Sabbath, an idea
derived from the Mesopotam-
ian "shabbatu" which prevail
i d among the provincials.
In some instances. Dr. Fink-
elstein revises his analysis on
the basis of further research.
For instance, in his original
discussion of the Resurrection,
he attributes Isaiah 26:19, the
verse in which this doctrine is
tint clearly enunciated, to a
late post exilic prophet In his
revision, however, he accepts
the view of Ezekiel Kaufmann
who convincingly establishes
Isianic authorship for Isaiah
24-27, thus placing this clear
reference to the Resurrection of
the Dead not in the Persian
period but in the eighth cen-
tury B.C.E.
Included in the new material
is a systematic cataloguing of
23 controversies between the
Saddueees and the Pharisees
with a thoroughly documented
analysis which could come to
us only from the pen of this
foremost master of the field.
Calendar Reform Would Disturb
The Fixity of the Sabbath Fete
WHILE th.
J e w i s I
world is deej
1 y impres.
ed with th
Vatican rec
o m m e n d a
tion to the
B c u m e n
leal Counci
to denounce
Jews are a deicide people re-
jected by God"Christ Kill-
er-" in the popular epithet
Jewish organtzatioi are dis-
turbed over the inclination ol
the Ecumenical Council to tu\
or a change in the calendar
The overwhelming majontj ol
the Council has already agr ed
to deel ire that the Catholic
Church ones not oppose 8
reformed universal civil cal-
endar, pi ovule.; that the
ot m" en .lavs with it- Sunday
safi guarded. 'I he question
ol calendar reform goes back
t i th.- dav- ot the League o|
Nations and ha- been before
ihe United Nations tor some'
time.
The la-t move was made in
the United Nations in 1956,
when HI national and central Jewish
organizations in the United
siate-, debate on the subject
was postponed indefinitely.
.Uwi-h opposition to the pro
p -od calendar relorm Stems
from th.' fact that the plan for
calendar reform, submitted to
the tinted Nation-, includes a
"Blank Dav" device It calls
f r a year oi 364 day- with a
"Blank Day" which would not
be counted a- a day ol any week
but wouiu be marked a- a
"world holiday."
The purpose of having a year
"i ::iii daj instca ol 365 i- to
divide the year into 52 wet ics
-taiting with a year beginning
on Sin.,!, 5 .Ian i. Thus the
Capitol Spotlight:
proponents argue, the calendar
will be perpetually the same
vvilh 12 months of equal quar-
ters, the week retaining its se-
quence of Sunday through Sat-
urday. Jewish organizations.
Jewish organizations, in oppos-
ing the proposed calendar re-
form, point out that the "Blank
Day" device would destroy the
fixity "I Sabbath
Jews and other Sabbatarians
all over the world would be
eoinpi lied to Observe their sab-
bath each year on a different
, av because the "Blank Day"
would re-ul; in the shifting of
the sabbath Taking note ot
the argument that the reform
of the calendar bv the use Of
the "Blank Day" device would
benefit Industry and commerce,
the Jev ish organizations em-
phasize that religious <>t>ii_,i-
lions transcend assumed econ-
omic benefits and that the Jew-
i-h Sabbath has been observed
by the Jewish people tor over
i years.
They propose substitute plans
I' r the reform ol the present
calendar without a "Blank
Day" which would result in a
"wandering" Sabbath lor Jews
The Jewish organizations op
posing the "Blank Day" device
include the American Jewish
Committee, the American Jcw-
i.-h Congress and other nation-
al Jewish groups whose mem
her- are mostly non-()rllio.|.i\
but who are interested in safe-
guarding the fixity of the Sab-
bath. Should the Fcumenical
Council decide to support the
proposed calendar reform, the
dei ision w mild hav e to be ap-
proved by the Pope in any
i ise, an) calendar relurm back-
id by the Catholic Church will
constitute only the opinion ol
the Church, leaving the actual
decision on the question to in-
dividual governments and to
the United Nations.
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
The Aid Amendment Battle
W.i
j\ coming showdo n b< l ei n the state lie
P rtment an Congress on terminating aid
lo Nas er'i i- ypl u i -he Administra
' 'i la (l.vlaic whether it consider- V,. ,.,
an aggressive menace or a worthy friend.,
" maj dirj .m nd to .ml tor Nasser are ii." j
Senators, both Republican- and Democrats
Included are even Sen. Ted Kennedy, of
Massachusetts, the late President's youngest- _____
brother, and Sen, Hubert Humphrey, of Minnesota, the assistant
Maj i itv Leader.
Insisting thai assistance to Egypt should be continued are
Secretary of St ,t,- Dean Rusk, all echelons of the State De-
partment, and the I s Agencj for International Development
I A I I). >
n"' long-impendini confrontation came when the. Senate
this month adopted, by a vote of 65 to 13. an amendment to
the Foreign Aid Bill to sever aid to anv country "engaging in
or preparing for aggressive military efforts." Its sponsors
made clear that the amendment was aimed directly at Egypt.
II aid to Nasser i- now t be continued, the President is
required under tho amendment to certilv that Egypt i- tree
from aggressive te i The white House does not like to
be put on the spot in this way.
The Senate arendmenl was precisely the same as one
Pled earlier by Ik,. House. This ensures its inclusion in
the final bill.
Senators openly admitted that they voted for the amend-
incut because Ihe State Department consistently snored pre-
vious guidelines voiced by the Senate on aid to Nasser.
Many Senator- charged Department officials with pro-
nord'n.v'i T ^T1 s""""",n,< N"r was branded a threat
SJb :' menacc t0 'he peace of the entire re-
The main complaint against further American a-istance to
huv'nL^ '",' "ls ,l,vt'rsion of Egyptian resources to
niv u re soviet ,e lumbers and other arms. Congress noted
o, a f- '. ;:U"" Nassers arnml intrusion in Yemen
continued despite United Nations complaints, his dispatch of
..-to Algeria tor >, against Morocco coincided with actions
nek buili ("''" :'",""-V ,hreaU,nt, rockets Du.lt in Egypt by ex-Nazi German scientists.


iber 29, 1963
*Jenisti fhrM&Mn
Page 15-A
M. NOTICE
|TY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
0. 61275 A
f ** ,
lo.-KN.
; JAO IB It' I8EN,
TO CREDITORS
| Mllil All I'clsollS IlilV-
lemands Against Bald
^>- notified and requlr-
i'y claims mid den .tmis
liitx- against the es-
L/. lit'SEN. also known
BEN, deceased Inte nl
.orldn, to the County
County, ami rile Un-
it,- and as provided in
Florida Matutes, in
Die County Courthouse
\, Florida, iililn "In
fin the lime of the
hereof, or the lame
mi. Florida, this 12th
>r. A.D. '''6:l-
(V ROHRN
I Executor
|||. i. of this notice mi
November, IMS.
j> and
DNt'.ARD
cutor
Bui"*
II 13-22-29, 12 I
vDMBNU
JE UNDER
JS NAME LAW
|KI{|-:i!Y OIVEN that
desiring lo engage In
ftho fictitious name of
iMI'VNV nl -."
ft. Bo. Miami, int.nils
name with the Clerk
Joint of Dad* County,
PA1.T. Sole Owner
leant
|tll- ) A.- I loudlsa
i-22 29, [2 I
|TY JUDGES COURT"
DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE
I. 60562 -B
M
P,
TO CREDITORS
I and All !'.....i- lla> -
lemundti Against Said
rli> notified hnd re-
Rt .tny claims ami de-
Fou ma) have sgs
h \Kl;v i ISSJP di
[l>.i County, Flo'nia.
|||||U'. s ,,f | ;,,!,. I .
Mime In duplicate an
i :i 133.16. Florida
|lr offices In the Coun-
ln Dade CVtmtv, Pfor-
ball miar months from
in -t publication li-1 -
will lie burred.
^nn. Pldrlila, ill 30th
A l>. I96S.
iV iHSIl*
|KI I ISSIP
pninistiatoi s
Itii-ii of tliis notice on
f Xovembi r,
fK IX
Iniiiii-tral.irs
i Miami I leach, l-'la.
^^___I I '.'' '
HCE UNDER
BY HENRY LEONARD
"My son, the Analyst!"
Cr. IN), Dnu PrWiKtlssi
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61366A
IN RE: IM.it.- of
JAMES HAIIWI ID CJRAVES, I K
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
ISstati
you an- hereby notified and ri
quired t" present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of James Harwood Uraves,
Jr., deceased uile "i Daoe County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
ami as provided In Section 733.18,
Florida Statutes, In their otflces In
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Fiorina, within six calenaar montns
from the time of the first publii atlon
hereof, or the same uill i"- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 80lh
day "f November, A.D. 1963.
ELLIS S. IUIIIX, ESQ.
|n7 Lincoln ltoad
Miami Beach, Florida 581-7189
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the --ml day of November, 1968.
IM.I.IS s. RUBIN, Esq.
Attorney for Executor
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
l'h. 581-7489
11 22-29. 12 t-IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50706-C
IN RE: Estate ol
1:1 ISE si ISKIN,
I.....isi-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 '1 editors and All I'i rsons Ha
Ing Claims or Demands Against So
Estate:
You are hereby notified and 1
quired lo present an) claims and it
nianils which you ma) have again
the estate of ROSE SOSKIN d
ceased late nf Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Cou
iy. and Hie the name In duplicate a
as provided In Bection 788.16. Florli
Statutes, In their offlcea In the Coui
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
ida, within six calendar months frooi
thi time i>i' tin' first publication hei
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1:
day "i November, A.D. 1968.
.I11SH REPHCN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice
the 22nd day of November, 1963.
JOSH REPHUN
Attorney for Administrator
1:1711 Washington Ave
Suite 211, .Miami Ileat-h
11 '32-29, 12/6-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN thai
the undersigned, rli nil n i" engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
|. l:l> I" VIEW EAST N 1" R S I N (1
HUME nl 773 N.W, 13th Avenue, Mi-
..:,, i |, li.i.i Inti inl lo ri ulster said
name \^ it li the Cl< '. the i "Ire ill
i -, in i ;, v, i 'mini i Florida.
HAKE I'tM'XTV REST IRICM, INC.
a i- |oi Ida corpoi lit Ion
T7". NW I'-'li \ve., Ml mii, I- loi Ida
C1E' IR) IF:, VMES & HIT PER
Vttn for Aiipl am
lr.,-1
M ., :.: Floi ita 3 '
It/.!
BUS NAME LAW
Bi:<:i:i:v i;i\ EN that
I il.sliinK to migaK'' in
Btht- fi, titioiis nun.- ,,f
_4n I'.. 1..- Is... Miami
Hill, ll.ls lo register said
H~ *'< rk ol i oi. i 'Ircuil
^^Comil l-'lot iila.
SI- \ i
^ Florida i ori">i'al i"n)
1} R.....I, rn slueiit
K.MAN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57966-A
IN RE: i-:-' -
FRANCIS S. II VNKOFF",
IV ci -is, -I.
NOTICE OF INTFNTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D'STRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARGE
Nu'l'li'i: i- herd given thnt I have
filed a F nal Ri nd Petll Ion for i
l tisi Ihution and Final I"- liargi Bi
I v,, ;.....I the .- II \ NKi IFF, di 'i "'.i lhal on ,
the I7ili day o( I >ei i mher, '"'. "ill
apply lo the Honor ible Count) Judges
of Hade County. Florida, for approval I
of s.u.i l .ii..I Ri |s>i i and for ilisiri- I
button ami final dlwharge as Execu-
tor of the state of the above-named
......i. in. This 6th da) November,
! i( I,
II MiltY II VNKOFF
ROBERT II TRAl'RIO
Attorne)
i [S3 A I dtiPont Building
Miami 82. Florida ^ _
rtin-...
.^HCaplan \- I'alsman
>K -
^t Miami III!, Fla.
II 8-1.-.-22-29
E UNDER
8 NAME LAW
BRFMIV IIIVKN thai
siring to engage in
th. li. [Itlotls ll.lll.....f
mi Shi i Inti nds i"
fan,- u i'h the l iei u of
rt of Dade County,
b INTERNATIONAL
Jt'i.i
^K Flu:
^Bx 11
on-b
II S-l.i-22-2S
^m PUBLICATION
HlIT COURT OF THE
^^blCIAL CIRCUIT OF
M AND FOR DADE
^hN CHANCr.RY.
No. 63C 11964
N' VAN METER,
Hv
nt.
Ar divorce
^b mri
nSTE I:
rood l,-
ftort i.
It 111 A N T> V A N
by notified that a
or Divorce has been
and you are re
,|iy of your Answer
Hill of Complaint
Rorni-y, wn.i.iAM
".7". Palm A v.-line,
fib- th,' original
r I" till- office of
i I Court on or
f IViiiiihcr. 19ii3.
, Jinlirnii'nt by de-
ft OKainst yon fm 111'
In the Hill of Com-
,n i nt_ OOuiN I Y JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60959C
IN RE: Estate "I
M VRK I.AillM SN
| ii'cca ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Person* Hav-
ing claims ..1 Demands Against Said
Kt late:
^-.,.i are hereby notified ami re-
quired i" i" is. nt nn md de-
mands hich you n i) '''> against
thi estate of MARK I.M'HM \N de-
, i lute ol i wde i "onntv, C
I., the County Judgi i Dade Coun-
i v nd file tin Hi theli offices
in the '"HUM l'- url house in 1 lade
< ..iint v, i-lni Ida, lx cab ndar
i mnths from the date "f tin first
publication hei.....i. < the same will
i... ban i
ROSE L VMM w
A'llllin -.!" In. C TA.
Shapiro, i-'i i. d \V< i i:-'i-.
Altorm > s
HIT Lincoln Road
Miami I'.i.l.h. Fll : I
P
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 63-5407
GERALD A. KEARNEY,
Plaintiff,
HAROLD M MORAN and
EVA 1. Ml 'HAN. liis wife,
I ii-fi inlanls.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HAROLD M. Ml IRAN and
l-.VA I,. Ml IRAN, his Wife,
Kiilfi.'iii San Bernardo
An irtado Aereo 5119,
Medellln,
i 'ohunhla, South America
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIICD lhat
a suit has been brought against you
b) QERAI I' A. KEARNEY, Plaintiff,
for thrmagt-s in the amount ol TWti
THi iL'SAND, ONE HUNDRED NINE-
TY-ONE and ."." 100 (J2.191.3U) M'l.-
t.Ai'.s, and lo ImpreBs said claim
agalnsl the following propert) situate
in i i.iil.- County, Florida:
1. Lot 1, Block iv Ct'TLER RIDGE
SECTION FOI'R, according i" the
Plat thi reof as ri i oi di d In Plat
Book 60, l'.i_. 23, "f the Public
Recoi ii- of T 'ad,- i 'ount) Floi Ida,
which propert) was seised by Metro-
politan Sheriff's Lev) on the --ml day
of October, 1963 under a Writ of At-
tachment, and
.'. All funds "i" the defendants In the
hands ol the First Nan..mil Bank
..I Homestead,
which funils were seised by Writ of
Garnishment served upon said Gar-
nishes mi the 20th day of September,
1968, al 9:23 A.M.
TAKE NOTICE THAT YOU ARE
RFXU'IKED TO FILE VOCR AN-
SWER i" said Complaint with the
Clerk "f the above styled Court, and
in serve copy thereof on Plaintiffs
attorneys, ALBERT l- WEINTRACH
and A. JAY CRI8TOL, S19 Security
Trust Building, Miami, Florida, 88131,
not laur than the 13th day of Decem-
ber, 1983, in default of which the
allegations In plaintiff's Complaint
Mill be taken as admitted, and a De-
fault Judgment entered against you.
DATED ai Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 13Kb day "i November,
1963.
.1 F. McCR VCKEN, Clerk "f
the ci* ii ''..in t ..i Record
In and for l lade Count). Florida
(seal) By: -l IMES C. HENSi IN
Deiiut) Clerk
LAW OFFICES
ALBERT I. WE1NTRAUB
A. JA1 CRIST! IL
219 s. in- .'\ 'i'i ust Building
Miami. Florida 83131
II) : A. Ja) ristol
Attorne) a foi Plaintiff
11 15-22-29, 1-' ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
PROLECTRO INBTRl'MENTS at
13715 Blscayne Boulevard, North Mi-
ami, Florida iniimis to register said
name with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court rn" Dade County, Florida.
LEMl Ih'COMI" NV 'I'.N'I'A I.
DIVISION, INC.
\\\ : I lai vov Leifman, I'i s.
NEIL ClU'NIN
Attorne) for Lemon Company
I lental I ilvlsion, Inc.
fngi.ih'iin Building
Miami '.J. Florida
11 22-29, I.' ".-]:
i> published once
msecutive weeks
ORlDI \N.
!RED al Miami.
y of November,
;i:man. Cli k,
le Counl *. floi Ida
r>i. i.ym w
t- Clerk
H'SKEY
lleah. I'"la.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CH'NCFRY
No. 63C 11585
ORACYNE WF:NK,
Plaintiff.
CHARLES PETER WENK,
I'. f. n.lanl.
NOTICE OF SUIT
V.iC. CHARLES PETER WENK.
are hereby notified that a Complaint
for ldvoive has be, ii filed against
you, anil yotl are re|Ulred to serve a
copy of your answer or pleading to
Hie Complaint for Divorce on the
Plaintiff's attorney, kknNKTH M.
MYERS Of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan A:
Catsman, 1156 .W. ls< Street. Miami
3G, F'lorlda, and file the oripinal an-
sw, r or 1'le.idltig In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 9"' day Of DeceWBer, IWB.
It you fail to do bo, Judgment by de-
fault Will he taken ai-'.iiii-1 you for the
relief demanded in tin- Complaint for
This notice shall be published once
ea.h "e.k for four consecutive weeks
In THE .IKWISII FLOU1DIAN.
DONE VND iHITlM"!' '' Miami,
,. thll 8th day of N.a. ml" i,
l:"";' K. H LEATHERM IN,
Clei k, Ci uli "ourt
,.,,,,, B, : C P t-OPELAND,
1 leput) Clel k
KENNETH M MYERS
, Myers, Hi Iman. is i Ian .v- i 'ataman
attorney ftir Plalntifl
1 i:,n 8.W. 1st Bin I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C1I885
' RAMON PACHECO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARMEN Jl'LIA PEUCIANO
PACHECI I,
I vfondailt.
TO: CARMEN .1II.1A FEL1CIAN0
PACHECO
li. F. D.2 Bason 712
Ponce, Puerto Blco
You are required to nerve R copy nl
your answer to the Hill "f Complaint
ior Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to rile tne original answer i" th<>
Office of I lie Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or In fore the 6lh day of
December,, A.i>. IS68; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed her-in, will be taki n as
confessed by you.
Bated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of November, 1968.
K H. I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida,
(seal) By: N. A. HBWETT,
Pei'.ity clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
mi Alnsl.y Building
Miami :'.-', Floi Ida
11 S-15-22-29
11/S-1S-22-29
Miami :!i>, 1 lurida
11, 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE Ml*MC SERVICE at MS
i 'niiiii- ive., vi ml Bi ach intends to
regist *ald nami with 1 he i
thi i 'in .iii i .. ii i ol I lade I' unit).
Florida.
SAM li I.I' .' k a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is iikkkhv given ihat
the undersigned, desiring '" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ABC HANK I'liKMS HI N.W. 71st
Street, Miami. Dade County, Florida
Intel 'is in i eglsti r said na me Ith
the clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dadi
County, F'lorlda.
ABC BCSNESS FORMS, INC.
a Florid.....Tporatlon
37.00 N.W. 71st Strut. Miami, Florida
CHRISTIE ft LEVENSTEIN
\i neys for
\bi' Riistin -- l"" in- Inc.
l n i Coral Wnj, Miami 15, Florida
I) 22-29, i: 6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 61295-B
In i:K: Estate of
FANNIE MINIM.IN.
I leei as, il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami Ml Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
FTstati :
You are hereh) notified ami requir-
ed io present an) claims and demands
which v u ma) have against the
, slat..... CANNIK MINI'I.IN de-
ci a-' 'l la.....t I lade 'ount). F'lor-
lda, i" the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same ln""dupllcnte
and as in"! Ided In s. etion 733.16,
Florida si.nines, in then offii i In
the County Courthouse In Dudi Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
time of the first
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
C1PES HEAL ESTATE al 17". 95
St., Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beai
.14, Florida, Intend to register as
name with the Hcrk of the Clrci
Court ..t Dade County, Florida.
BRET PIPES
>i:i..ma CIPES
t Iwners
11/22-29, 12/-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH L
rth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN:
FO' -ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE
NO. 63C12546
' DALLAVA,
ntili".
1
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Tl '.....I \\ A.
22 V. .< li I'll .
I'lttsf, III, M. ...i, h 'IS
Yi'l ISEORGETTK! DALLAVA,
Place, Pittsfield, Mast
ehusetts, are required to file yo
answer to the Com put I nt for Divot
with the Clerk of the above Cou
and serve i copy thereof upon GIN i
P. NEGRETTI, attorney, M"-ll Co
llldg., in N.l-:. 2nd Aveni
Miami. Florida, on "i lfore the 23
day "i" i'eeimi"!. i"'i.:. or else col
plaint will be taken as confessed.
Dated al Miami, this 19th day
No> ember, 1963.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of i Ircuit Court
l '.nil County, l-'ioi Ida
Deputy Clerk
(SEA l.l By c I' Cl IPELAND,
11 22-29, 12 6-
months from the ,..... .. ... '"f* | mmtnui
l-ubllcatlon hereof, or the -am,- will ;i'i|.,.i| >||V,. B of A|
1 llh
hereof, or the name
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thin
da) of November, A.D. 1963.
I.Kl MINI 'LIN
As Executor
First publication of this
the 22nd da) of Novembei
li MH'I.I' TANNEN
Attorney for Executor
:.;," Be) bold Building
Miami 32, Fli rlda
1! 22-29, v: 6-13
in.i Ice
1963.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 12575
Ni IRA LEE J< IHNSI IN,
Phi Intlff,
Jl IHN WILFARD J< IHNSI >N
I '.',.1.1.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN WILFARD JOHNSON
I'.elninni Park Barn 30
Klmon. New York
Yi u" ARE HEREBY nol fled that
Complaint for Divorce has been flli
u. and you are hereby r
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 116587
l.iillS EBEN8TEN and STELLA D.
EBENSTEIN. hi- Wlfi ,
Plalntlfls,
BISHOP ft COMPANY. REALTORS,
. i al.
Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SON.IA ZKI-V a k a
SI i.NJA SESKIN
:'lli Morasgo Drive, N E.
Atlanta, I leoi ui.i
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i complaint ha been filed against you
in the above Court for the return of
escrow deisislts and you are required
In scl Ye a COp) Of your answer nl'
pleading t" the complaint on Plaint-
iffs' attorney, HENRY NORTON, i ""'
|:,s..i\ne Building, Mlnini. Florida,
and die the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Small Claims Court on of before the
Will day oi December, 1963, at '"'
A.M. if you fail to ii" so judgment
by default will be taken agalnsl you
for the relief ii imanded In th......n-
plalnt.
dated this lib day of November,
1961.
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
DADF: COUNTY. F'LORIDA
lSXHKI.I.i: MARLOW
Deputy CSerk
U/5>lS-2?-Sa
By:
SAM i ;i ILDST1C1N
11 S-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER
nl 1218-1220 Washington Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, F'lorlda Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dole County, i'
WASHINGTON MEDICAL
I.AHl'l! ATl'UIES. INC.,
a 1 loiids Coi poratlon
HENRY A KAMI'
Attorney for
I |ji ,i. li Medical Center
1224 Washington A\ enue
Miami Beach, Floi
II, S-13-22-29
swer i" the Complaint on the Plain
iits at torni y, LBS T i: R ROO i'.i: -
Whose address Is I'-'l N.W. litb str.-i
Miami. Florida, and rile the origin
of your Answer in the office of tl
clerk .a" the Eleventh Judicial CSn u
In and im- Dade County, Florida,
or before the -3rd da) of Decembi
1963, In default of which the Con
plaint will lie taken as confessed i
> oil.
DATED the 20th day of Nov. ml..
1968.
K. B LEATHERMAN
' 'lei k of the i 'ircuit i '...ni
(seal) By: C. P. C* IPELAND
l ii put> Clerk
ll 22-29, 12 >".-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPL
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 63C 12367
To Whom it nay Concern:
Notice Is hereby given lhal thi u
ilcrsb-.il' il petitioner, BETTY V1RG1.N
IA BASS HEMBREF:, whose resldem
address is 10300 8.W. :'.l Btreet In tl
Cll) of Miami, Dade County, Florid
intends to appl) to the Honorab
Jtidge of the Eleventh Judicial Cli
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o'clock \ M mi the null di
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to BETTY VIRGINIA BASS AI'.lcll
by which name she shall tlici.ai'l
he known.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I8l
day of November, A.D. IMS.
BETTY VIRGINIA BA88 HEMBRE I
Pot itii'inr
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Miami, Florida. Friday, November 29, 1963
Section I
(ving the roles of "Mrs. Huntley" and "Mrs. Brinkley"
Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary meeting program
6 will be Mis. Michael Gilbert and Mrs. Benedict Silver-
inai Women Plan
atire at Friday Meet
Kneseth Israel
Women Ready
Chanuka Party
Rabbi David Lehrfield and
Cantor Abraham Seif will partici-
pate in the Chanuka party plan-
ned by Kneseth Israel Sisterhood
at the synagogue on Tuesday at
1 p.m.
Mrs. Dorothy Dlatt and Mrs.
Helen llornstein are sponsors of
the affair.
Hospitality chairman is Mrs. I.
Ruppert, with committee members.
Mrs. Harry Weiss, Mrs. Etta Man-
dell and Mrs. Louis Dublin. Mrs.
Abe Engel will serve traditional
refreshments.
Sisterhood president is Mrs. I.
B. Eisenstein.
Smiles on the faces of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ziegler and Dr. an:
Mrs. Maurice Blinski mean that they are having a good tirnj
at Westbrooke Country Club's autumn dinner dance. Nsjct
big social function at Westbrooke will be o Las Vegas Nigh;
on Saturday, Dec. 7.
ii annual meeting of the
Ben's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
[i.l v. ill be held on Friday,
al 10 a.m., in Wolfson
II im.
Lawrence Porter and Mrs.
id Gilbert, program chair-
d that coifee and dessert
i -i rved fn>m to to 10:30
. nd announced that "a most
al and exciting program"
llov.
ram, an original satire.
en, directed and acted by
rs of the Auxiliary, will
Ifuntley Brinkley" for-
Playing the featured roles
will be Mrs. Michael Gilbert and
Mrs. Benedict Silverman.
Other members of the cast will
be Mrs. Howard Ayres. Mrs. Carl
liaumann, Mrs. Arthur Burrell.
Mrs. A. Ben Davis. Mrs. Raymond
Feiner. Mrs. Irving Goodman,
Mrs. Bennett Lee. Miss Beverly
Schneider, .Mr>. Richard Shapiro.
Mrs. Harold L'nger. Mrs. Stanley
Wrinkle, and Mr. Lou (fross.
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. president
of the" Women's Auxiliary, said
that the meeting is open to both
members and non-members, and
that the Auxiliary will welcome
all u ho wish to attend.
^
lewish Music Concert
eatures Sonya Balogh;
Cantors Slate Program
Response was this week charac-
terized as gratifying"' to the con-
cert of Jewish music announced
here for Sunday evening. Dec. 15,
at Beth Da\id Congregation.
Featured will be Cantor William
Lipson, Beth David; Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. Temple Menorah;
and Cantor Ben Dickson, Temple
Zamora, They will be heard in
a program offering liturgical. Yid-
dish folk. iNraeli and East Euro
pean music.
Spon?or of the concert is the
Beth David Men's Club. Jcrrold
CobUD, chairman of the Concert
Committee, in addition to saying
lhat "tickets are going fast." also
announced that Sonya Balogh, vio-
lini.st with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra, will be heard
on the program.
Mrs Bal"gh will be featured in
a performance of "Nigun," from
the Baal Shem Suite, by Ernest
Bloch, and the Ivria SuiteChas-
sldic Impressions, by Zinovi Bis-
liitsky. She will be accompanied
at the piano by Virginia Urban.
A native ol New York City, Mrs
d_ I Balogh received scholarships at
TO KeSearCh JuilUard, Chatham Square and
the Mannes Schols of Music. She
performed with symphony orches-
traa in Pittsburgh. New Orleans,
and Washington. D.C.. before com
log (o Miami 11 years ago.
She is frequently heard in re-
cital throughout the Miami area,
and has been playing the violin
since the age of five. She is the
wife of Julien Balogh, principal
| oboe player with the UM Orches-
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Hadassah Groups Plan Meetings
Tup in Miami Beech Chapter of
Had h Renanah Group, will held a
bruncheon and millinery fashion show in hon-
or of Henrietta Szold Day on Tuesday, 10 a.m.,
in the Jordan Marsh Gulf Stream Restaurant.
Renanah Group members who will model hats
are 'stending! Mesdames living Cypen. Mil-
ter. Grayson, Allen Ross and Seymour Eisen-
berg. Seated are Mesdames Paul Plotkin, Sher-
mau Fast, president, and Waiter Lebowitz.
Not shown is Mrs. Robert Magoon. Invocation
will bo giver, by Mrs. Fred Zisquit, and mus-
ical selections will be offered at the piano by
Mrs. Ben Ball.
Hadassah Sabbath to be Obesrved Here
In Tribute to Founder Henrietta Szold
i iver a half century of progress
by Hadassah will bo observed at
Hadassah sabbath on Friday, Dec.
6. and Saturday, Dec. 7. by syna-
gogues and temple* in Miami.
The observance will be in tribute
to Henrietta Szold, the founder of
Hadassah.
Known for its humanitarian
(program in healing, teaching and
medical research, Hadassah also
concentrates on child rescue. \o
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and land redemption in Israel.
Henrietta Szold was instrumen-
tal, through Youth Aliyah. in the
rescue of many thousands of chil-
dren from hostile land- by bring
ing them safely to Israel.
Among the rabbis and con
tions to observe Hadassah Sabbath
are Rabbis Johan E. Caplan. Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun; Herbert
Baumgard. Beth Am: Simon April,
Beth Moshe; Max Shapiro. Beth
Kodesh: Morris Skop, Beth Shirah;
Nathan Zwitman, B'nai Abraham;
S. Machtel, B'nai Sholom; Max
Lipschitz, Beth Tor ah; Harold
Richter, B'nai Raphael
I!..bbis David Rosentcld. Flag-
ler-Granada; E. T. Swirsky, Israel-
ite Center; A. Levitan. Chavat
Sholom; Samuel April. Or Olm;
Mordecai I'odet. Temple Judea;
Daniel Lowy, Temple Sinai; Her-
shel Brooks. Temple Zamora;
Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion;
Henry Wernick, Tiferth Israel;
and Zevi Greenwald. Southwest
Center.
Speakers from the ranks of
Hadassah will include Mrs. Nor-
man Chasio, Mrs. Henry Gillman.
Mrs. Ann Goldberg. Mrs. George
Katzman and Mrs Michael Kropp.
Mrs Samuel Frommer and Mrs
Norman Jones are co-chairmen tori
Haddassah sabbath.
I. R. Goodman Group Ol Hadas-
sah "ii Miami Beach will hold a
earn party al the Bel Aire Hotel
on Saturda\ evening. Proceeds
go to the Youth Aliyah arm Hadassah Members and guests
are invited
Heril Gr.'up meets Monday at
the Algiers Hotel. Louis Schwartz-
man. director, Bureau oi Jewish
Education, will give a book re-
view. Presi enl is Mrs. Ben Zeig
niutid.
Morton Towers Group will hold
a "Get-Acquainted" tea for new
members at the home of Mrs. Jos-
eph Manischewitz on Monday at
2 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs
Samuel Sakrais In charge ol
arrangements are membership
chairmen, Mrs. Harrj Buchsbaum
and Mrs. I ) j liss Reuben. Pr
dent is Mrs, Samuel S Goldberg
Hanna Senesch Group will hold
a gem ral i I on Mum; ij .
0 p.m.. al the Algi< i H
President is Mrs. Sam Peldman
Narration and color slides oi
Pioneer Women
Slate Meetings
Aviva Chapter cf Pioneer Wom-
en, newest group in the Greater
Miami Council, will have a lunch-
con and card party on Thursday
noon at fust Federal, 900 NE
125th st Mrs. Allied Lichtblum
3eth Am Honors Members
Members of Temple Beth Am
who have pledged to the c
gation's new building fund and
will have their names placed on
"The Tree of Life'" this Friday
evening are:
Mr, .>nt\ Mrs. Harold Cowan, Dr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, Mr and
Mrs. Ira Druckman, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Dubbin. Mr. and Mrs, Jack
Dulberg, Mr, and Mis Norman
Elson, Mr. and Mrs
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Women's Club
Installs Officers
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be in-
stalling officer at the Morton
Towers North Women's Club lunch-
eon to be held Sunday in the Fon-
taine Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Slate is headed by Mrs. Harry
Samuels, president; Mrs. Bennet
Waxier and Mrs. Julius Levinsky.
vice presidents; Mrs Sophia Her-
shcy. treasurer; Mrs. Morris Stal-
berg and Mrs. Eugene D. Kahn.
secretearies.
Entertainment following the in-
stallation will include Harvey
Bell and Jody, with the music of
Michael Selka and his orchestra.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Eu- ^
gene D. Kahn.
On Friday. Dec. 6. members of
the club will leave for a three-
day visit to Nassau on the SS Ba-1
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"The Hospital Called Hadassah"
will be pi
is president
On Satur'ay, Dec. 7. at 9 p.m..
Kadimah Chapter annual nightclub
party at the Carillon Hotel will
feature a fl tor show. Chairman
is Mrs. Fred Sandier assisted by
Mrs. William Chase, Mrs. Milton
Kessler and Mrs Leah Friedson.
President is Mrs Jack Sills.
President Mrs. Dora Olfenhcn-
den will conduct the regular meet-
ing of Bebe Idelson Chapter on
Thursday. Dee. 5, 1 p.m., in the
Washington Federal, 1133 Norman-
dy Dr. Dr. Celia Davis will speak
on current i vents,
Al the group's Chanuka celebra-
tion, planned for Saturday. Dec.
14. 7 p.m.. at 842 Washington Ave
Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Temple
Emanu-El, will light the Chanuka
candles an: oiter liturgical, Is
raeli ai d folk songs
Council President Mrs. Milton
Green will be featured speaker.
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Jeffrey Ler-.r-
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. -:s of the bnde here for tae
Mr-- Alexander and
- .> Bader of i
er relates Mrs Lee Ger
lln Fre; E and Mrs
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i Edna Mrs
i.zta Docc
Saaa Pabch with her
- Mrs -:eir.
Si*
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L Landau.
V 1 arh Ibm week
n
cert Uya PI
GROVE
rooeua :o be conducted bj her
si eaenaaaed S:eg-
Landau Performance
; i: Lam Dealer w-ill
have Mr|.: \ ifcnea soloist
. The concert .): hold senti-
mental memories for Lor.ejust
. she played Grieg "s
Pi*do CoBcertc with the Brook-
lyr. Ph.Iharmonia under her
aa| rec-t \ed her
- -he m-
term.:

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ery appropru:-.... for Bill
riag He celebrate-
also
:.:th year as food and bev-
of the Deauville
Hotel ;- the same monih .
Dariag the Tea:.*-;....-, holi-
Gould L
ataa .:. Bad him-
kU ;:;..> .-..rrounded B]
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ter Be*:> B. T-. i interior
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FOUR GENERATIONS GATHER FOR NAMING OF JOHN RUDNICK
John Rudnick Naming at Fete For 75 Guests
!
Mrs. Inez Srabo Knight. R.N., a nigh: nurse ct Cedars of Leb-
anon Hosp.-.c: receives the Golden Godmother Award from
Preside--. Harry L Lewis for her support of the buuding fund.
5r.e r.ns enccwed a hassle: m the new maternity wing. In
ceremonies bald this week ct the hospital she was decorated
wrth the traditional Godmother s gold disc studded w-.tb rwo
-.--.-.. "r ests
were ;. t the home ol Hi
and Mrs Edward Rudnick, 9W"
SW 56th Ter trbj Mu
ro named their first child.
mm .':.-.- H -- Rodi u k
ITa catered on Sun-
day. Oct. 27. set on 1 patio and
served with
blue cJoths (o for the
. ...:_ blue
candle ait* silver ,.
eh ei
Haten pai parents are Mr
and Mrs Dr-- id A HesE .. {real
Mr and Mrs. Abe
K:".r ri't .-
Mrs Flore-ce Rudnick Great-
- is Mrs Samuel Shnb-
H
All grand part.-.:.- are local resi-
dents, and the baby's mother.
gTancmotbt > aad ;recii-grand-
rnother each wore an orchid cor-
sage
Homecoming
Honors Dr. Weil
Dear. Emeritus Joseph Weil, ol
the College of Engineering at the
University of Florida, was honor-
ed or. Homecomir.g Day at the
Gainesville campus
Homecomir.g was named Joseph
Weil Day as a tribatc to the man
who has brought recognition and
fame to the Uni f Flori-
da.
Dr Weil :s a founder of the
- th Florida Chapter of th< Amer-
ican Tec .-aed
1 at the the r-
do a detailed study
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Godparer.-.' of the child. Mr
and Mr-. Hsut) H. Mogel. of the
Morton Tov.ers on Miami Beach,
long-time frends of the family,
also attended the celebration in
honor of the birth of the new
mother, former Louise Hess
HighrfgW I Inc morninj
from Mr-. Rudnick s
er. Jay H> --. attendins m<
Baetrr.^; :rf: fJha ;_-cess a tne lltk annual luncheon r: -..-.e
-r- Tmre: BaaaauiJj ha
* BdUe Boc are -- k ngbi Mrs. Irvine F^?^ nres-
,oen- at ttae Shan Dai Mrs Mhjoa Biurr. paaf i
prcTrr- BBolBalBBJ icunes Albert nre= the Cancer
^tone arc !^.rs Hexmcn 9ea. iuncheon chairman Mrs
Mfllor. Srn::- -us ncanec "A'ccrcr. cc '/no: at the luncheon
-tic tribute tc the late Florence Nadie: pjoneer jecce:
o: toe Cancer Insttmne
'Paradise Isle'
On Miami Beach
ter the a
pearance Man
Island of Par: ..-.
I Miami B. .
row
- and-maker ;>
preskh
er. Mlaau Beach Associated
Ho:,.-
Lansburch a: a .
million doUan has
Saxony H
Para-i>-
Be." aad fa \

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Medico/ Ceafer Party
hi
school and doing research in tb-
Philippines
John's father is an acco--: I
and Mrs R"dnick is a tapcher
the Dade County school (jrsU
Mr- David He dent of Community Concert Ass
ciation. Ann Frank Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women, aad %
on the boar- ol Cedars af Lt-fc
ital Women's Aux.liax-.
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Fridoy. November 29. 1963
*Je*lsti fkr/cfian
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CURRICULUM TO BE PffESENTED
Pcge 5-B
'Showcase1 Slated
At Beth Shalom
At a Temple Beth Solom
"School Showcase" set for Tues-
day, at 7:45 p.m., in the Temple.
the Religious School curriculum
will be presented by Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. and Herbert C.
Bloom, education director of the
school.
Id addition, the program will
feature some of the cultural high-
lights of the music, art and dance
departments, in which students
will participate. Parents and
grandparents of children from
the kfndergarten through the sixth
grade elementary levels are in-
vited to sample the "Showcase."
Refreshments will be served.
President of the PTA is Mrs.
Sanford Levine. Vice president in
charge of program and education
s Mrs. Bennett Lee. and chair-
man of the evening is Mrs. Mur-
ray Gilden. Mrs. Leon Unger is
handling publicity, and Mrs. Jos- Planning the program for Temple Beth Sholom'
eph Panto and Mrs. Martin Stein- Showcase" are Mrs. Martin Steiner, Mrs. Bennett
er are in charge of refreshments. ., ., _., ._ .
Chairman ol Room Mother host- JosePh Pardo- **" Murray Gilden. and Mrs. Leon
OKI is Mrs. lrwin Teplis. the typewriter).
Youth Fete Beach Lodge
Members of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization entertained!
the Miami Beach Lodge of the]
Jewish frat'-rnal order Wednesday |
night at its monthly meeting at
the Algiers Hotel. Sam Weiner is
president of the hotel group.
Jack Finn past president of the
lodge and Youth Committee chair-
man, reported on BBYO activi-
ties. Charles Kossove and Bt -
ney Soloway, insujanje repress
tatives of t.ne South Florida Cou. -
cil, outlined new insurance pr
grams available to B'nai B'fU.i
members.
Gerald Schwartz, presidentelec
discussed activities of the B'n .
B'rith Israel Committee.
s "School
Lee, Mrs.
Unger (at
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Home Expands
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Friday, November 29. 1963
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JWV Auxiliary National President Will
Be Hosted at Variety ot Functions Here
Nate Kaplan, of Philadel-
phia, national president. Ladies'
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans,
will be here thi> weekend to ad-
Department of Florida
meeting.
: Mrs Kaplan's firs!
Miami will begin
.n Friday morning with a visit
the C iral Gables Veterans Hos-
pital I by VAVS represen-
- Reba Brown and Mrs.
ine, hospital chair-
Ir. the afternoon, department
Shown beside one oi the collection boxes end with flyers end
posters going into Greater Miami Jewish Sunday Schools are
Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin left-, president oi the Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Sheldon
Slote, Section Ship-a-Box chairman. Children of the Sunday
Schools will brine; in work and play materials for the chil-
dren of Israel on Dec. 1 and 8.
Nat'! Council of Jewish Women's Meeting
Will Highlight Ship-a-Box Program
The eight div;-: the '"treat-
>r Miami Section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, will meet
on Wednesday, with the "Spirit
c hanuka" Um
- the Tin-' sal I Mr*
>d R. Rubin S
dent.
ts "S
B'\
i-h Education and thi S
da] of Greater Miami.
Council sends plaj e iucational
and work s to the pre-
school children of Israel and all
fund> collected by tlit divis
are used for shipping Um items.
and to purchase educational and
playground items for the handi-
ly capped children oi 1-r.

Bay Division, M: Charles
Fisher, president, will meet at
the Balmoral Hotel. 1230 pm
Mrs Arthur Welder. Ship-a-Box
chairman, will pre>ent a program
entitled "The Ship-a-Box Story-
Mr- Fisher has made a flower
arrangement to be given to a
lucky gu< -"
Coral Division, Mr- Irving Wex-
ler president will meet at Hillel
House. l'.OO Miller Dr. at 12:30
pm for a Ship-a-Box luncheon
buffet. Ea< will donate a
to> for Council Ship-a-
Box program. Card- and gai
follow lunch
Evening Division. Mr- Ernest
Andich. president, will meet LS
pm at Tast. e Inn i Miami
A Program nder the direction of
.ed Hoo-
raj I am an Angi
Indian Creek D'v.sion, tin
Michael Mersel. president, will
meet .-. th Venetian Isle Motel.
12 Mrs. Sheldon Slote.
B a ii man. w ill
r Um film, "In
Cai Is and
..... I the balance
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Isl*n.i Division, Mr- I>..\::
a noon
luncheon at the home ol Mrs Mat-
- 17 N Hibisc is
Dr ; -ill go to Council's
Ship-a-Box program, which will
theme of Mrs Sheldon
Slote s talk A card party will
:
Judge Barad Will
Address Farband
Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Farband will hold a regular meet-
.ng on Tuesday evening. 8 p.m..
at the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. Normandy Isle.
Instructions will be given to
President Moe Levin and Aaron
Katz, delegates elected to attend
he national Farband convention to
be held in New York City on
Dec 2-4
Gue-t speaker will be Judge
Frederick N. Barad. whose topic
a HI be "Capital Punishment"
Hosts for the evening are Mr.
jnd Mrs Sam Offenhencen.
child welfare chairman. Mrs Syl-
via Phillips, will conduct the na
tional president on a tour
School, and in the evening Mr-
Kaplan will I d at Temple
Adath Yeshurun, during servici -
conducted h) Rabbi .lohan E Cap
Ian ami at I Shabbat to
follow
An 11 a.m. brunch at the Dil ido
Hotel or. S. being chaii
ed by Mrs Billie Kern and will
have a program of entertainment.
On Sunday a: 3 a.m.. Abe Bor-
row itz Auxiliary 682 will host cof-
fee and danish at the Unified
Bids 2300 NE 171st St. Quarter-
ly meeting conducted by Presi-
dent Mrs. Bernard Wander will
follow In addition to the mes-
sage delivered by Mrs. Kaplan,
chairmen will give reports on
activities and future plans of the
Auxiliary.
Daughter of North Miami Beach
residents Mr and Mrs. Simon
Blumberg. Mrs. Kaplan is a grad-
uate of Lackawanna College in
Pennsylvania.
She served as a statistician in
the U.S. Agricultural Department.
in the Quartermaster Corps and
in the U.S. Air Force. She was
cited in World War II for out-
standing services on behalf of the
War Bond Program.
MBS. NATC KAPLAN
Musaf Group
At Beth Sholem
Rabbi Morten MaUv-ky. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholem.
Hollywood, rnnounces that a musaf
sroup for post-Bar Mitzvah stu-
dents has been organized under
the directu n of Cantor Ernest
Steiner.
IraugurattHs the program this
week, junior cantor on Saturday
will be Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hockn an. Hockman is mem-
bership chairman of the K
Garden Club Will
See Performance
"Beaut> and the Feast" will be
i U d > the Mt. S::;ai Gar-
i n Club n Monday noon at the
Miami Beach Garden Center and
Conservat
Following 8 board meeting con-
ducted by President Mrs Alex
Gordon at 10:30 a.m.. Mrs. Hank
Meyer, program chairman, will in-
troduce Marten Goldstrohm. of
Scheherezade Flowers and Art
Demonstration of candle and
holiday arrangements for Chanuka
will be given.
W
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Lincoln Division, Mrs. Eiias Coh-
en, president, will meet at 12:30
p.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel. A
book review by Mrs. Herzl Honor
will start the program, and a card
party will tollow Ship-a-Box will
be featured during the meeting. Attracts VIP'S
/0S
Track Opening
Shores Division, Mrs. Burton
Goldberg, president, will meet for
noon luncheon at We.-tview Coun-
try Club. 2601 NW 119th St. Shores"
children's chorus. Abby Goldberg.
Laurie and Penny Wallach. and
Cathy and .laney Kramer, will be
ire of an original presenta-
tion by Mr-. Kurt Wallach. "From
Arbor to Harbor."' depicting Coun-
rerseaj program

Sooth Dde Division, Mrs
Arthur Gilbert, president, will
meet 9.30 a m at the Holiday Inn.
1350 S uth Dixie Hwy. Program
will feature the South Dade Play-
er- in a dramatization. Light of
Hope." Optional luncheon will
follow with an accessories fash-
ow from Burdine's with pro-
models. Mrs Richard
Helfman is luncheon chairman.
J. Samuel Perlman. publisher
of the Racing Forum and Tele-
graph, was to have a party of 45
Thursday for luncheon in the Turf
Club as the 1963-64 South Florida
racing season began at Tropical.
Others who were to dine in the
chic Turf for a day at the races.
Atty and Mrs. Jack Abbott of
Miami Beach, who met on open-
ing day at Tropical 15 years ago;
Morns Mickey'" Rosner. whose
horse. Oil Strike, did quite well for
several years: and Metro Commis-
lioner Tom Sasso. with a party
of four
Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres-
ident of the University of Miami,
and Mrs Stanford were to head
a large party of university of-
ticials. since this was to be a
charity day benefiting the school's
scholarship fund.
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.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Bea Courshon is quite frank in saying that the biggest moment
vou ever break
Now it can be told 47 years
Bea was engaged to her future husband's best frit
...end inquired of Aaron. -How do you like my gM? -
, l right to the point: "I like her well enough that if >
her life until
up I'll marry her. "
Born in Chicago.
all
Bea lived in Benton Harbor
she moved to Miami. Because she was an
avid reader, her family thought she would
become an attorney, but sorry to tell, her
arithmetic wasn't good enough. Her folks
had a millinery store, and Bea loved to spend
her tune there.
The Courshons moved to Miami in 1937
with their three sons, and Bea was busy set-
ting up a new life for all of them for the
first f-w years. Then she became interested
and involved in organization work and the
community. Since she had been practically through the Carolinas and Georgia St.
raised onHadassah and Youth Aliyah, she be-
came a Hadassah vice president, with Youth
that
Miss Wasserman,
Jay Hertz Marry
Barbara Rae Wasserman and
Ronald Jay Hertz exchanged nup-
tial vows at Beth Torah Congre-
gation on Sunday. Nov. 24. Rab-
bi Max Lipschitz officiated at
the mid-afternoon ceremony, which
was followed by a reception at
the Temple.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Wasserman, 1190 NE 110th
Ter.. the bride was attended by
her sister. Susan Wasserman, and
Sue Popkin. the bridegroom's
i sister. Serving as junior brides-
maids were Sharon Classman and
Robin Popkin.
Best man and usher for the bride-
groom were William Marks and
John Shafer. Mark Popkin was
ringbearer.
A 1961 graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami. Mrs. Hertz attend
ed the University of Florida. Her
sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. Her
husband also attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and is an alumnus
of RCA Institute. He belongs to
Kiwanis International No. Miami
Beach.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hertz. 1035
NE 170th Ter.
The newlyweds will travel
MRS. RONALD HERTZ
on their honeymoon. On their re-
turn they will live at 693 NE 151st
Friday. November 29. 1963
Palgon, Buchwald
Exchange Vows
Dr. Irving Lehrman was of-
ficiating rabbi at the Sunday
evening wedding on Nov. 24 of
Joye~ Buehwald an* Emanuel
1'iil^on. Following the ceremony
and reception held in the Seville
Hotel, the newlyweds left for a
honeymoon trip through Florida.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
David Buchwald, matron of hon
or, Susan Mishket, Eleanor Pal
gon. Sue Rosenberg and Diane
Tauber. bridesmaids. Best mar.
was Alfred Palgon. David Buch
wald. Shelby Freedland. Sidney
Gcrsh and Joseph Seidle served ai
ushers.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Buchwald, 236.",
SW 21st Ave. Mr. and Mrs Jos
cph Palgon. 2645 SW 34th Ct., are
the parents of the bridegroom
The new Mrs. Palgon is a gra.:
uate of Miami Senior High and _
past president of Omega Delta
Psi Council. Her husband is
graduate of Dade County Schon
of Dental Technology.
The couple will live at 126
Sidonia.
BlA
Children's
Alivah as her main project. It seems
she" was always attending meetingsamong
them Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary,
i ome for the Aged. Variety Children's Hospital, the Florence Cntten-
.en Home, Heart. Cancer. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
'. >mbined Jewish Appeal.
Presently she's chairman of the journal for Variety
I >spital. She started the hospital's life membership drive and col-
I. cted $6,000 in one afternoon.
The Courshons' three sons are married and have nine children
non them Arthur and his Carol, Jack and his Dolores, and Buddy-
id his Susy All three are lawyers, fulfilling their mother's unlul-
i lied promise. Aaron was proud to be the father of three lawyers.
I e had no formal education himself except through sixth grade. In
50. he enrolled in law school and graduated cum laudeso now it's
. tamily of four lawyers.
Bea enjovs her grandchildren but not in the role of a baby-sitter.
f-ie says thisone thing she's never doneand doesn't intend to do. Bea
i, kes to eat. but doesn't have a yen for cooking. She likes to enter-
;.iin in her lovely home, when the parties are small, but the bigger
ie>, of course, are at the Thunderbird Motel. An occasional game
: cardsKaluki is her claim to famea quiet evening at home to
ad and watch television, her Hadassah group she launched ten
j ars ago, close family ties and fun with the grandchildrenthese are
I an of the pattern of Bea's life.
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IAY UNCLE
Beryl and Abe Schonfeld entertained at cocktails and dinner at
Uie Coconut Grove Playhouse Abe's niece, Maryanne Kanter, is a
ood friend of Susan Kohner. starring in the play, "Take Her, She's
line." So she came out to see her friend's Uncle Abe and meet his
guests The guests were Lottie and Emil Morton. Elaine and Paul
] randwen, Relons and Bill Wickman, and Jackie and David Hochberg.
," ROUND FIGURED BIRTHDAY
Eleanor (Mrs Gus) Feuer had a luncheon for her mother. Blanche
< Irs. Louis) Friedman. It was a very special party for a very special
1 ithday The combination of Eleanor's friends who knew her mother
ell and her mother's own friends made the afternoon one fraught
ith love and friendship. At the tables for ten at Westview Country
( luh. the fragrant floral centerpieces were flanked by gaily-wrapped
. ifts for the guests. Among the guests were Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs.
lax Orovitz (did you know they were sisters?), Mrs. Marshall Feuer
and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. The strolling accordionist played many
loies. much to the delight of Mrs. Jeanne Rothchild. Among other
uets were Mrs. Ann Anehell. Mrs. Adelma Hellman, Mrs. Max Iral-
ra, Mrs. Frank Sachs, celcbnting a birthday of her own. Mrs. Charles
.iloeh, and Mrs. Jennie Mensky.

"HEY HEARD HER AT LAST
Lena and Sam Goldstein knew that their daughter, Blanche (Mrs.
< hester- Ross, of Harrison, N.Y.. a national vice president of the
randeis University National Women's Committee, is a terrific speak-
er, but they never heard her. The whole family, including Pat and
( harlie Goldstein, and B.B. (wife Grace was out of town) went to|
vie Carillon Hotel to listen to her address the membership meeting'
cf tin- Miami Beach Chapter. They agreed wholeheartedly with the
audience who loved her. Tibe (Mrs. Samuel) Brown, of Harber House, ]
I ad a whole bus load of new members. Among them were Mrs. Ber-
nard Kaplan. Mrs. Leonard Levenson, Mrs. Nat Woronov and Mrs.
Edward Seigel. Among other members there in their best were Mrs.
-am Goldman, Mrs. Nathan Nash, Mrs. Juliet Hartman Burk, Mrs.
lax Stadler. and Mrs. George Wolpert.
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SHADES OF LAVENDER
It was a bath and tloset shower in the Louis Phillipe Room of the
ontamebleau Hotel given by Natalie (Mrs. Morns) Cohen for Carolyn
v'einkle, daughter of Zena and Jerome Weinkle, whose marriage to
ten ill Lamb gets closer and closer. The hostess and guest of honor
oth wore lavender to match the decor. Individual lighted houses with
arolyn's name on the sign posts showed the guests their places. At
;he head table, for a change, sat some menat a bridal luncheon.
Natalie's husband, Maury, the father of the bride, and the groom.
They had more fun than anybody. Among guests, in additon to all
he Weinkles, were Mrs. John Feller, Mrs. George Feller and Mrs.
avid Loveman. Under a fancy umbrella were all the fancy giftsbut
"Ot a single can of scouring powder in the whole umbrella full of
r^tties.
Double Ring Rites
For Lt. Lefskys
A double ring ceremony held In
Baltimore. Md unite.l Beverly
Susan Ominsky of that city and
Lt. Lawrence Harry Lefsky in
August.
A graduate of the University of
Florida, the bridegroom is serving
in the IS. Navy at the Atlantic
Intelligence Center in Norfolk.
Ya.. where the couple now live
The bridegroom i- the MMI of
Mrs. Herman Lefsky. who scr\c>
as secretary of the B'nai P. nth
Anti-Defamation League in Miami
Alumnae Hold
Fashion Show
Alumnae Association <>f Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority held ItJ M
nual luncheon and fashion shnu
on Saturday at Tony'* Fi-h Mar
ket. with proceeds to the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation.
Fashions by Allandale's and Jun
ior Bazaar were modeled by mem-
ber- of the alumnae, their chil-
dren, and actives ol the L'niver
sit> of Miami Chapter
Mr-. Saul Cohen was in charge
of tickets.
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Good Will Chiefs To be Guests
MRS. IAWRINCE LtfSKY
August Rites For
Miss Perkell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perkell, of
Coral Gables, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ann
Elise, to Barry Stanley Briss.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Briss, of
Randolph, Mass.
An August wedding, to be held
in Boston, is planned.
Heads of the Good Will Indus-
tries will bi miests during ser-
\ ices at Temple B'nai Abraham on
Friday evening.
President Roy A. Perry will
give a brief history of the Good
Will program, and Don Butler,
public relations director, will give
n i.
a report on recent progress mad
in helping the disabled to becom
productive citizens.
Hostesses of the reception to b
given in honor of Perry and Bui
ler following services axe Mr-
Irving Farber, Mrs. Jim '/ ->
and Mrs. Ben Lippman.

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*JewlsHlcridiain
Page 9-B
Federation of Jev.-.sh Women, composed of the
presiden's of leading women's organizations
here, pledge full cooperation to a women's
community conference slated for Jan. 16 at
the DiLido Hotel. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chair-
man of a planning meeting, said that Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg will chair the conference.
Mrs. Anna Brer.r.er Meyeis is president of the
Federation of Jewish Women. Seated (left to
right) are Mescnr-.es Louis Alexander, pres-
ident, and Joseph Rambam, Mt. Scopus Group
of Hadassah; Jccl< A. Ablin, community re-
sources vice cr^sirlent. Fedetation of Jewish
Women; and Nat Wagner, Tikva Chapter. Pio-
neer Women. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
dames Robert Krinzman, Bay Division, Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women; Clarence Freed-
man, Deborah Group, Hadassah; Julian Burg,
Women's Committee, Brandeis University;
Raymond R. Rubin, president. Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jewish Women;
Irving L. Wexler, Coral Division, National
Council of Jewish Women,- and Bernard Loring,
South Dade Division, National Council of Jew-
ish Women.
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Library Hours
At Beth Am
The ncwlvlurr. | librar) at
Temple Beth Aim .i\* i>. open
on Saturday and > mornings,
Monday .'in I \. sda) after-
noons, and Mondaj and Friday
evenings, following services
Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, librar-
ian, is as>isted i).'. Mrs George
Light. Mrs. lu-inui i Goodman and
Mrs. William Wokienberg, who
will act as her aide.
One of the latest additions to
the library i- ., mplete set of
the Jewish Encycli pedla.
Ferdie to Speck
From Pulpit
Miami Attorney Mnslee Ferdie
will speak .'ii "Li? il Toda> of the
Jew War Veterai during late
Friday evening services at Tern
pie Zamora.
Vice commar.i!. I 'lie State ol
Florida Departm. nt Service. Fer-
tile is fourth regional judge advo-
cate, past commander. Murray
Solomon Post of Jewish War Vet-
erans of Coral Gables.
He is president the Gilbert
Balkan B'nci B'rith Lodge, vice
president of B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization and on the South Flor-
ida Metro Dade County Urban Re
newal Agency Commission.
Ask IhtTRabbi1
Program Slated
Highl ght of the first educational meeting of Technion's South
Florida Chapter is presentation of a Founder's Award to Mi.
and Mrs. Herman Schwartz (left) for their generous support
of Israel's largest and oldest engineering college. Dr. H.
Franklin Williams (right), a vice president of the University of
Miami, and an officer of the local Technion Chapter, who re-
cently visited the school in Israel, makes the presentation.
Technion Women Plan Meeting
Lemlichs Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lemlich,
of 180!) Meridian Ave., Miami
liiaih. celebrated their Golden
Wedding anniversary with" a recep
tion and dinner at Westbrooke
Country Club on Sunday, given in
i In-1r honor by their children.
They are the parents of three
sons, Eugene. Irving and Martin,
and a daughter. Helen Jacob-
stein, all of Miami. They have
nine grandchildren, including one
married granddaughter, Ellen
Jane Selznick. who came from
Huntsville. Ala., for the celebra-
tion.
Other out-of-town guests includ-
ed four of Mrs. Lemlich's sisters,
a brother-in-law and a nephew.
They are Miss Betty Skaletsky,
Mrs. Joseph Mailshanker. Mrs.
Isidore Lawentman. Sheldon Law-
entman. and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
H. Savelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemlich have been
winter visitors to Miami and
Miami Beach since 1946 and per-
manent residents of Dade County
since 1946. They lived in Coconut
Grove and Coral Gables before
moving to Miami Beach one year
ago. Mr. Lemlich is a retired
real estate developer, originally
from Brooklyn, N.Y.
Automation Takes
Over at Cedars
Automation has taken over in
Ce its of Lebanon Hospital's lab-
oratories.
Chemical analyses of every
patient's body fluids are now a
routine lab work-up. Much of
the psysicians diagnoses and sub-
sequent treatment depend on
these tests.
Now Cedars has auto-analyzers,
auto-technicians, and other auto-
matic devices to do the job long
ago done by laboratory technic-
ians.
In three days, the hospital can
determine as much about a pat-
ient's body chemistry as it used
to take a week or ten days, ac-
cording to Harry L. Lewis, hos-
pital president.
Among the "miracle mechan-
isms'" being installed at Cedars
of Lebanon as part of the expan-
sion is the heart-saver which keeps
watch over cardiac patients.
MIT. AND MRS. LEMLICH
Fashion Guild ,
Installs Berlin
Irving Berlin was installed as
president ot the Men's Fashion
Guild of Miami Beach at the or-
ganization's 16th ar.nual dinner
last week at Diplomat Country
Club. A golf tournament preced-
ed the dinner.
Highlighting the festivities was
presentation of checks for the
Guild's University of Miami schol-
arship fund and donations to
charitable organizations. Dona-
tions and scholarship grants made
by the Guild since its founding
amount to more than $50,000.
Other officers installed were vice
presidents, Dave Zimmerman and
Al Ledina; secretary. Jay Kaiser;
and treasurer. Al Leslie.
Directors include Jules Gillette,
Harold Goldberg, Ed Greenberg.
Mickey Hayes. Larry Hoffman,
Eli Krebs, Milton Nadcl, David
Pokart, Harry Siege!. Henry Steig.
Harry Steiger and Al Zablo, who
is retiring president.
Players in Open House
O. J. (Jimmy) Rosenstrauch,
president of Temple Emanu El
Players, anm unees that the Play-
ers will hold their annual Open
House at the North Branch Audi-
torium on Monday evening.
Annual fall luncheon meeting of.
the Technion Women's Division'
has been scheduled for Dec. 13 at j
the Seville Hotel, it was announced;
this week by Mrs. Philip F. Thau,:
president.
Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, vice pres-.
ident in charge ol programming,;
tory equipment at Israel's largest
engineering college.
Membership in the American
Society for Technion is open to
any resident of the Greater Miami
area.
THE LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST
Is sponsoring
a lecture by
DR. HERMAN TURKEN
at a meeting
DECEMBER 5th
at
Washington Federal
Savings and Loan,
12th St. & Washington Ave.
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Dunng 9a.m.. Sunday services ll*- ^*
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Followin" the lecture on "Reli- bcr of students from several of
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Jewish fhorkjior
Friday, November 29, 1963
Temple Youth Orientation Conclave
Is Hosted Here by Judea Affiliate
Recipients of the Meqgido Award from the
American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Herbert S. Shapiro (left), Councilman Kenneth
Oka (center), Metro Commissioner Alex S. Gor-
don (second from right), are congratulated by
lack S. Popick (right), president of the South
Florida Division of the Friends. Lionel R.
3auman (second from left), New York attorney
Gifts Committee
Now Forming For
Hebrew Univ.
Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of
ic Gifts and Legacies Committee
1 the South Florida Division.
.merican Friends of the Hebrew
I niversity, has announced the for-
lUtion of an enlarged committee
I > undertake what he called the
infinished business of our gen-
i .ation."
' Speaking before an assembly of
' reater Miami attorneys. Oka em-
hasized the importance of be
.uest and insurance programs to
rovide for the future needs of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Oka made grateful acknowledge-
ment of the existence of bequests
: om residents of the Miami area,
' hic.h provide for scholarship
. ands, dormitory rooms, research
i medicine and science and lib-
...iry study rooms.
Members of the committee, still
.1 formation, are Mrs. Ruth John
pn Berger, Bette Baron Bernstein.
Harry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cy-
aen, Martin Genet, Henry Gilbert,
-ibraham I. Grunhut, Leonard
;:imball, Walter Kovner, Alfred,
Mreisler, Paul Kwitney, Joseph
ilalek, Gershon Miller, Karl H.
Ioskowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Os-i
. ar Rappaport, Josh Rephun,
,udge Harold Spaet, Barton S. I
Udell, and Harry Zukernick. Mem-
ers of the national gifts and leg-
(ies committee who also serve
n the local group are Alex S. Gor-
don, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
. udge Kenneth Oka and Harold S.
-(Kipiro.
Gifts to the Hebrew Univer-
sity," Oka said, "are gifts to the
iture of the State of Israel and
> the progress of Jewfy and man-
kind throughout the world."
and national president of American Friends,
made the presentation before a gathering of
attorneys and expressed deep appreciation to
the four recipients "for their devoted efforts" as
members of the National Gifts and Legacies
Committee of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem. Not shown is Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, fourth committee member.
Temple Judea Federation of
Temple Youth was host to an or
entation conclave given" for th(
Greater Miami Federation of Tem
pie Youth last weekend.
Over 100 boys and girls of senio
high school age. representing nine
Temples in the South Florida area
attended.
Spec al guests during the week
end were Roy Walters. NFTV
dance instructor from New Or
leans, and Jimmy S c h u I in a n
Texas Oklahoma Federatio i o
Temple Youth, song leaJer fion.
San Antonio, Tex.
Members from host Temple Ju
dea, with Miss Ellen Helper, ad
visor, were Eric Balber, president.
Barbara Abel, Samha Abel, Band,
Blackmail, lU-iii- Corenblum, Michel-
Bdiow, Lynda ftwmkln, Marjorle s ill -
man, .Marsha Goldberg- Carole ('.1(1-
bert", Qall Gordon, Upralle Jtechl
Beach ZOA
Fete Postponed
Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organization of America
has postponed its installation din-
ner dance scheduled for this Sun-
day at the Deauville Hotel due to
the period of national mourning
following the death of President
Kennedy.
M. William Smith and William
Silverstein, dinner dance co-chair-
men, have announced that a new
late for the affair will be set in.
January.
U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper, who',
was to be guest speaker, has
promised to address the January;
dinner dance, according to Ben
Giller, newly-elected president.
.I.' -iii,- Kalian, Carol i.pvin. David
\".'v,-l. I'nii Roblria, Michael Itoe*.
cwe|>h flow*, K .ii.-.i Schwana, fteve
tei-ktn, VTVn. silver, Linda s-.m-
helmer, Mark Taft, Judy Tobuck,
3uaan I'nwr, laabel Wechaler, and
Toaeph Well.
Queata from Beth Am wen Pattl
Abel, Hk-liard Abel, .Jeffre} Aibel.
Ellen Altachuller, Nancy BrnWO,
Robin Corenblum. Paul in.....:m.
Jack Qoldateln, Fran Oroas, Jack
?unther, Barbara Harrison, t'aiole
Kaya, Irene Hoffman, Bharon Kurland,
Roaalyn .Marks, .luiii Newman, Morel*.
trovlu, Burba a Pawllger, >..--ii.-
Ralken, Qlorla Sue Rogan, Ted Silver.
klarcla Rplegi I,
Bath Ml. of l'"t. Pierce, Larry ILuer-
>n iii, hard Tucker-
Bath Bl, of Hn'lvw...... Amy Alram.
Pad Cooper, Raibara Qioaanan, Bull
vurash, l.auy Nagelbush, l;lan> h-'
s'usiiaiim, Buddj Slengal, Nut.ilio
Zall.
Beth Sholoin. of Miami Qeach, frft
Diener, Selene Davis, Linda Mass,
fanlce Kaii>. Janet Katz, Gordon
Kramer. Ellen Shapiro.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. IjiikIi i-
lale, s-mya Alderman, Ronnie Alpein,
S'uHHn Bain. Marc cinoy, Btu Gardner,
Diane Jacobs, I'.ruce LangHen, Buay
'ebuw, Susan Lerner, Linla MalUng-
r, Janice Oser, Andy ItosenberK. Bue
Rosenbenc. Hope Sherman, Nunry
Sternsold, Melanie Wolff.
Temple Israel -.f Greater Miami,
Scott Bamei, Judy Becker, Susan
Pegelman, Richard Fleiachman, Well
Tanner. Anita Samel, Jill Weiner.
Judy Zelenti.
Temple Israel, -if West PaJm Beach,
l,ee Abbott, Isabel .Viper, Arthur
Goldman, Jay Jackmln, Susan Krle-
ger, Jan- Rothenbera,
Temple Sinai, of North Miami. Ju-
dith Abel, Carole Blatt. Bonnie Bloom,
Susan Brown, Benay Doreny, Arlene
Sandier, Charlen- Weiner.
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Dr. Irving Lehrman presents a special surprise gift to Mrs.
Joseph Rose during the annual Thanksgiving tea held by the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-Q at the Fontaineblean Hotel.
Mrs. Rose was designated Woman of the Month "for hei many
years of devoted and dedicated service to the Sisterhood."
Bonardi Named Democratic Club Meeting
Joint Service
At Tifereth Israel
Temple Tifereth Israel was to
host the Thanksgiving services
traditionally held jointly by Grace
Methodist Church and the syna-
gogue on Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
Pulpit guest was to be Rev.
James Roy. whose sermon is
"Thank God for Our Common
Heritage."
The Grace Methodist Church
choir was to participate in the
Thanksgiving Day service.
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Harold Moran, director of Com-
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uIture, breath-control and solfeg-
gio (sight-reading) will be conduct-
d by Cantor Hirsh Marchbein-
4arbiny.
Classes are open to junior and
r.enior citizens and will be held
at Ida Fisher Junior High School
r.n Miami Beach every Monday
evening at 7:30 p.m.
DeauvilBe Maitre
Morris Lansburgh. president of
Miami Beach's Associated Hotels,
has announced the appointment I
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Vlaitre d' of the!
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light club.
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Bonardi has spent 14 years as
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d".
A business meeting for members
only will include election of of-
ficers to serve the Democratic
Club of Miami Beach in 1964.
Meeting is scheduled for Wednes-
day, 8:30 p.m., in the Sea Isle
Hotel. President Wally Gluck will
conduct the meeting.
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Mrs. Louis Merwitzer (right) receives congratulations from
standing (left to right) Sam Reinhard, Jacob Cohen and Har-
ry Genet. Seated are Mrs. Reinhard (left), and Mrs. Genat.
The Reinhards and Genets are co-founders of the Hebrew
Academy and leaders in the campaign to sell 1,600 tickets
for the Academy's dinner Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Cohen
will be honored at the dinner.
Academy Hopes
To Go Over
1.600 Attendance
A special meeting of the com-
mittee making arrangements tor
the 16th annual scholarship din-
ier of the (Jreater Miami Hebrew
Acaaemy will meet Sunday morn-
ing Dee. 8 at the Miami Beach
school to complete plans for the
Jan. 5 affair at the Deauville
Hotel.
Jacob Cchen, Miami Beach
hcielman and philanthropist, will
be honored at the SlOO-a-couple
fete in benefit of the Souths only
Hebrew day school offering com-
plete elementary and junior high
school curricula.
Leonard Rosen, general chair-
man of ihe dinner, said it is prob-
able that the attendance goal of
1,600 persons will be increased at
the Dec. 8 meeting "'because ot the
unprecedented early sale ol tick-
He praised associate chairman
Maurice Revitz and B. i. Binder
and co-chairmen Joseph Cohen
and J. A. Cantor for spearhead*
ing initial efforts to organize
the strongest dinner committee
in Academy history.
Rabbi Alexander A. Gross, prin-
cipal, said efforts to secure an in-
ternationally-noted guest speaker
"are virtually complete. This will
be our greatest dinner yet."
Harry Genet and Samuel Rein-
hard, pace-setting ticket chairmen,
said more than 80 persons are
actively working on the dinner
now, "and the number will be in-
creased in the days and weeks
ahead."
New Year's
Corncmttee Set
Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Carlton Blake, Benjamin
Duckman, chairman, Mark Wallace, Irvinq Weinqroff, and
Murray Shaw. Bottom row (left to right) aie Mesdames Eu-
gene Schwarz, ways and means vice president; Louis Cohen;
Henrietta Fine, president; and Louis Stallman. Not shown
are Mesdames Louis Gold and Harry Glasser.
'Eternal Light1 Luncheon Set
comedian, and Arne Bamett, ver-
satile musician.
Mrs. Benjamin Duckman is chair-
man. Working committe are Mrs.
Eugene Schwarz, ways and means'
vice president, and Mesdames
Carlton Blake, Louis Cohen, Har-
ry Glasser, Louis Gold, Murray
Shaw, Louis Stallman, Mark Wal-'
lace and Irving Weingroff.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is presi-
dent. Proceeds go toward the
support of the Religious School.
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N'er Tamid Sisterhood will hold
its seventh annual "Eternal Light"
luncheon on Wednesday, Dec. 11,
at noon in the Starlight Roof of
the Doral Beach Hotel.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will include Kay Cee Jones, song
stylist, Bill Bernardo, situation
Doral Signs Damita Jo
Jean S. Suits, executive direc-
tor of the Doral Beach Hotel, an-
nounced the signing of Damito
Jo, top swing singer, for the Shell
Lounge during the holiday season.
Damito Jo's engagement runs
from Dec. 21 through New Year's
Eve. Louis Varona and his Latin
vhythms will also be featured at
the popular Beach spot.
hi-Alai Readied
Jai-Alai tans in South Florida
will have their opportunity to start
cheering earlier this year as the
all-new S7.000.000 Dania Palace
opens for the 11th season Satur-
day night. Nov. 30. Dania will
operate on i 115-night season this
year, the longest in Florida jai-
alai history.
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HARRY ROSENBERG
Merkos Appoints
Dinner Chairman
Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional
director of Ihe Merkos L'Inyorei
Chinuch. has announced the ap-
pointment of Harry Rosenberg as
chairman ot the Arrangements
Committee lor the organization'
annual banquet.
Tha affair, to be held on 1 in-
day evening, Jan. 12. at Ihe Km
tainebleuu Hotel, will honor Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor II. Kramer. Miami
Beach residents and longtime
supporters of the Merkos L'Inyonei
Chnuch ana the Lubavitcher
movement.
Rosenberg, himself a long-time
supporter and active worker of'
the Lubavitcher movement, hasl
announced that the committee's
goal will be to attract an attend-
ance of 500.
Proceeds will go to aid Luba-
vitcher institutions throughout the
globe, including Morocco and Is-
rael. Locally the affair will also
benefit Camp Gan Israel of Flor-
ida, a religious overnight camp.
Temple Zamora Brotherrn. ',
planning the icmple's annual New
Year's Eve party and dance, lus
appointed the following to serve
;:n the committee:
Rubin Lederman. thur Dcuisch, Irving Simons, Louis
Charter, Hilhert Leavitt, Stanl y
silvern, Lcn Honig, Dr. Mich 1
Fiedler, Hard! Shuman, Isa<'.<
Kussner, Morris Moskowitz and
David Kivcl.
Mefavo Malka Saturday
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch an-
nounces a Melava Malka at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gut-
man. 525 W. 37tli St., Miami Beac!
on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The
event will honor the liberation ar.d
vindication of Rabbi Schneur Zal
man, founder of the Lubavitcher
movement, from Russian imprU
oprnent.
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Friday. November 29. 1963
Akiva Goffer, Florida representative for the Zim Israel Naviga-
tion Company, Ltd., shows United Fund Campaign Poster Girl
Christine Foster and Gen. E A. Evans, 1963 United Fund cam-
paign chairman, a model of the SS Jerusalem which will be
used by the United Fund on the evening of Dec. 19. Zim Lines,
owners of the SS Jerusalem, are turning over the cruise ship
to the United Fund campaign division leaders for a final re-
ception and dinner at the close of the 1963 campaign.
World-Renowned Rabbi Swift to Speak
At Mesivta Scholarship Dinner Sunday
A eapacily attendance is ex-
pected as Rabbi Isaac L. Swift
will be guest speaker at the Mesiv-
ta third annual scholarship dinner
Sunday evening at Waldman's
Hotel.
Rabbi Swift, noted educator, is
now on the faculty of Herzl In-
stitute and Institute of Jewish
Studies, governor of the Mesivta
High School of Borough Park, for-
merly member of the Educator's
Committees of Schulamith School,
Eitz-Chaim end Toras Ernes Yeshi-
vahs.
Previously he served in Lon-
don, England, and Sydney, Aus-
tralia, where he was founder of
the London Jewish Day School,
chairman of the board of the
Hebrew Education and Execu-
tive Council of New Zealand and
Australia.
Leo Robinson, guest of honor,
emphasized that "the success of
this scholarship dinner will make
it possible to keep our doors open
to all young men anxious to study
and excel."
Miami Beach Councilman Hy-
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Stylist, Director
Named on Beach
Larry Salterman has been nam-
ed stylist director for Louis and
August's new salon to open Dec.
9 at 907 Normandy Dr., Miami
Beach.
Salterman, a resident of North
Miami Beach, has been in Miami
Beach for two years and hair
stylist for nine years in New York
City, where he lectured and gave
numerous styling demonstrations.
Louis Thomas and August Pan-
nel announced that there will be
seven stylists, a professional hair
colorist and manicuresf to staff
the third of their salons.
Louis and August also have
salons at 1020 Lincoln Road Mall
and 236 Valencia, Coral Gables.
RABBI ISAAC SWIFT
man Galbut. chairman of the din-
ner, said that a large percentage
of Mesivta students are on partial
or full scholarships. It is the only
senior high school yeshiva in all
Florida, where some 30 Jewish
teen-age boys are boarded and
educated.
Rabbi Morns L. Horovitz, prin-
cipal of the school, reports that
"Harvard College, New York Uni-
versity and Yeshiva University
have honored our first graduat-
ing class with full scholarships.
Our purpose is not necessarily to
train our students to be rabbis
and teachers, but rather to iden-
tify them strongly with American
Jewish life and culture."
Frank to Head
Committee Here
For Beth Jacob
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Ber-
nard Frank was this week named
to head a committee of prominent
persons for the 30th anniversary
testimonial dinner of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
The dinner, marking the founda-
tion of the first house of worship
>n Miami Beach, will honor Abe
Eisenberg.
Also announced has been the ap-
pointment of Leonard Zilbert, vice
president of Riverside Memorial
Chapels, as chairman of the testi-
monial.
Named co-chairmen are Her-
man Berk, Jacob Cohen, Carl
Grossberg, Dr. Leo Levin and
Stanley C. Myers. Honorary
chairman is Dr. Tibor Stern,
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob.
The testimonial will be held
Sunday evening, Feb. 23, at the
Deauville Hotel. Members of the
committee iuclude:
Shepard Broad, Ben Cohen,
Councilman Mai Englander, Judge
Milton Feller, Councilman Hyman
?. Galbut, Ben B. Gaines, Harry
CJenet, Sam Gertner, Max D. Gold-
hagen, Lee Goudis, Commissioner
Alex Gordon, Commissioner Chuck
Hall, Donald R. Jones, Samuel
Kaplan, Isidor Kramer, David
Krevat, Sol Krevat, Dr. Irwin
Makovsky, Louis Makovsky, Wm.
G. Mechanic, Leo Meyer, Philip
.Vemirovsky, Selma Oritt, Samuel
Reinhard, Leonard Rosen, Dan
Roth, Israel Schultz, Sam Schwartz,
Morris Segal, Sam Seltzer, Harry
I. Sonz, Commissioner Harold
Spaet, Mrs. Max Thurston and
Jack Wucher.

SHOPPING AROUND
Art Institute Exhibit
Women's Committee for the Art
Institute of Miami will sponsor an
art exhibit on Sunday, from 1 to
6 p.m., in the gardens of the home
of Mrs. Hillard Gold, 700 Lake
View Dr. Faculty and artists asso-
ciated with the Art Institute of
Miami will have their paintings on
display.
Editor Will
Address Mizrachi
Leo Mindlin, executive editor |
of The Jewish Floridian, will bei
guest speaker at a joint meeting i
of all Mizrachi Chapters of the
Greater Miami area.
All members of Mizrachi Worn!
>n's Organization of America are|
invited to attend the annual area
ea to be hold on Tuesday. Dec.
10, 1 p.m., at the Hebrew Acad-
emy Auditorium.
A capsule report of the 38th an-
nual national convention will be
given by Mrs. AlfreJ Stone, coor
dinator for Florida, with greet-
ings from Mrs. Pearl Schwartz
and Mrs. Abe Barkin, delegates
from this area who were among
[he representatives of the religious
Zionist organization in Washing-
ton.
"Budget, adopted for 1963 at
convention, of $1,295,000 empha-
sizes vocational training and
teacher training to aid in integra-
tion of youth in Israel," according
to Mrs. Stone.
Mindlin recently returned from
a study of Israel as a guest of sev-
eral government agencies.
Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs.
Julius Rosenstein and Mrs. Don-
ald Schrager are co-chairmen of
the annual membership meeting.
Refreshments will be served.
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Beth David
Auction Sunday
Women of Beth David Sister-
hood are busily finishing plans for
their auction to be held in Spector
Hall on Sunday evening.
Leonard Stern will be auction-
eer, and there will be many items
auctioned. There is no admission
fee, and coffee and refreshments
will be served.
Theodor's Restaurant Open
The new Theodor's Restaurant
and Ice Cream Shoppe is now
opened at 2000 Normandy Dr.,
Miami Beach, under completely
new ownership and management
headed by localite Abe Altman.
Hours of operation are from 7
a.m. to 2 p.m., daily, and it is
expected that the dining room
will remain open 24 hours a day
shortly.
Maxwell House
The lighting of the first candle >
.in the eve of Chanuka ushers m
a week-long festival commemorat-,
ing an important event in Jewish
history.
In keeping with the tradition of
serving the best for the holidays,
be sure that Maxwell House Cof-
fee is on your shopping list.
Maxwell House Coffee n o w
brings you its special rich flavor
in a convenient "no key" can. This
handy can opens with a can open-
er and is resealed to measure
freshess with a special plastic top
thai comes with the can.
Also available for holiday en-
joyment is Instant Maxwell House,
the original Sabbath coffee. In-
stant Maxwell House is so rich
and full bodied that you can now
brew it by the potful. Just put
a heaping teaspoon of coffee in a
carafe or pot for each cup of col-
fee you want to make. Add an
equal number of cups of water,
heat until boiling, simmer brief-
ly to bring out all the wonderful
llavor. and serve. Richer by the
pot, and richer by the cup, serve
Maxwell House and you serve the
finest.
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Philadelphia Cream Cheese
If you want a true test of qual-
ity and appeal in a food product
and an overwhelming favorite as
well, Philadelphia Brand Cream
Cheese is your choice. '
Philadelphia Brand C r e a in
Cheese has just the right combi-
nation of.,taste, smoothness and
richness, blended into one delicious
iaste treat. It is perfect for all
those extra meals and snacks you
will be serving during the Chanuka
holiday.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese is
excellent with lux and bagels, in
salads, kreplach and blintzes, and
grand in a variety of dips and
party canapes. Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese is another
quality product from Kraft Foods,
and it's certified kosher.
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Wolff's Kasha
Chances are thai sometime dur-
ing the Chanuka holiday you will
want to serve a good hot bowl of!
soup to your family. For a special i
treat, you might try chicken soup
with Kasha, and be sure to use
Wolff's Kasha, a tradition in Jew-j
ish homes for generations. The
basic kasha recipe is as follows:
1 egg beaten
1 cup Wolff's Brown
Buckwheat Groats
1-4 cup shortening
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups water
Combine egg, Groats and salt,
In medium-sized frying pan melt
shortening. Stir in Groat mixture
and water; bring to boil. Cook,
tightly covered, over low heat 15
minutes. Makes 4 servings.
Serve as a vegetable, with gravy,
or spooned into hot soup as men-
tioned above.
For a free Kasha cookbook fill-
ed with new recipes for modern
meals and entertaining, send your
name, and address to Phyllis
Wolff, Penn Yan, N.Y.
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Vita Schmaltz Herring
If there were ever two words
meant for each other, they are
Vita and herring. Vita has had
a romance going with the versa-
tile herring for generations, and
the result of this match has been
eating enjoyment in homes from
coast to coast.
In line with Vita's policy of al-
ways finding more ways for vou
to enjoy herring, they have just
introduced Vita Old Fashioned
Pickled Schmaltz Herring.
Vita's Old Fashioned Schmaltz
Herring is pickled with finest im-
ported herring, crisp onion rings,
vinegar, wine and a tantalizing
combination of spices. TAis de-
licious herring really takes you
back to the good old days, when
Mama used to have them mari-
nating in an earthenware crock for
days.
Look for the attractive blue,
yellow and led top jar in lib. and
2 lb. jars, and treat yotqself to
the newest fine product front.Vita.
Milady Food*
With the approach of Chanuka,
housewives will need all the help
they can get in putting varietv
into their holiday meals. Tn
children and father will j^e ^iome
for extra meals, so ntJurjfllys they
too will appreciate a treat that's
different.
Milady has the answer in their
quick frozen blintzes and potato
pancakes. These tasty, easy-to-
prepare products are excellent as
a main dish, side dish or snack.
Milady has brought blintzes a
long way since Grandma's day.
They offer the traditional chtese
blintzes, plus delicious variations
such as apple, blueberry, cherry,
potato and strawberry cheese. They
are all extra good when topped
with sour cream or your favorite
jams and jellies.
So treat your family to the foods
that have long been favorites
among gourmets, and then sit
back while the compliments fly.
Seagram's V.O.
From time to time, in almost
every product category, a single
brand will shoot into prominence
only to fade away equally as fast.
For a short time it is considere^
in." but sud.ierily it become-
"out."
On the other hand, you have
products which through the years
have steadily v on a large and
loyal following based on continued
excellence. Such a product is Sea-
gram's Imported V.O.. a Canadian
whisky that reign- once again as
the season's most classic import.
More people order and serve V.O.
than any other imported whisky,
including Scotch.
Seagram> V.O. has a. special
kind of lightness that actually
brings out the brilliance of the
whisky.
The approaching Chanuka holi-
days will provide many opportun-
ities for giving and serving Sea-
gram's V.O. Honor your guests
with V.O., the choice of experts.
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Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
ifficiates at the Bar Mitzvah of
Louis Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Weinkle. on Saturday
lorning, Nov. 30, at Beth David
ongregation.
Louis, an eighth grader at Shen-
Midoah Junior High, is an ardent
(.portsman and enjoys bowling,
fishing and football.
Following services, Mr. and
Ifanfey Braverman Michael Maisel
Mrs. Weinkle will be hosts at a
Ciddush to honor their son.
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David Fcaundlich
'David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
jlarous, 124 W. 59th St., Hialeah,
fill observe Ms Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Nov. 30, at Temple Tif-
\:elh Jacob.
Rabbi Hyman Gross will offic-
ite at the ceremony, which will
be followed by a Ki..clash in Dav-
id's honor.
The celebrant is an eighth
hade student at Palm Springs
Junior High, where he plays in
school band, and attends the
fern pic's Religious School. He is
Star Boy Scout.
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Howard Burkholz
Early morning services on Sat-
urday. Nov 30, at Temple Ncr
[a in id, conducted by Rabbi Eu-
Icne Labovitz, will include the
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Burkholz.
Howard is the son of Mrs
Yvonne Burkholz and grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schwartz
of New York City, where Mr."
Schwartz is past president of
Young Israel of the Concourse.
A reception will follow services
and in the evening a dinner at
the Temple will be held in honor
of the celebrant.
Michael Maisel
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mich-
ael Maisel during services Satur-
day morning, Nov. 30, at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Michael is in the eighth grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High,
where he belongs to the Science
and Photography Clubs and plays
in the advanced school band. He
was a member of the Junior Olym-
pics team, and his interests in-
clude fishing, water skiing, boat-
ing and stamp collecting.
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Maisel will
honor the Bar Mitzvah at a re-
ception in the Seville Hotel on Sat-
urday afternoon.
Grandparents of the celebrant,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maisel. will
come from Mobile. Ala., for the
occasion.
David Shapnick
David, son of Mrs. Mildred Shap-
nick, will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Nov. 30, at
Belh Moshe Congregation, with
Rabbi Simon April officiating.
The celebrant is a student in
the Beth Moshe Hebrew School
and attends Westview Junior High,
where he plays violin in the or-
chestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shap-
nick, of Los Angeles, David's
grandparents, will be here for the
ceremony, the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening and the luncheon
on Saturday afternoon in honor of
the Bar Mitzvah.

Richard Schwartz
Bar Mitzvah of Richard, son of
Mrs. Harold Schwartz, will be cele-
brated on Saturday morning, Nov.
30, during services conducted by
Dr. Irving Lehrman at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Richard is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High,
where he plays in the school band.
He has been in the Junior Olym-
pics, appeared in a play at the
Ruth Foreman Playhouse, and is
a member of the Temple Emanu-
EI choral group. In addition to
music and drama, he is interested
in scultpure and ice skating.
The celebrant's grandfather. Abe
Click, of Pittsburgh. Pa., will be
here for the ceremony and the
luncheon to follow in Sirkin Hall.
Stanley Braverman
Stanley, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Nathan Braverman. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Nov. 30. during services
conducted by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb
at Temple Beth Shiran.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at South Miami Junior
High and a member of the school
concert band. His hobbies are fly-
ing remote-control model planes
and skin-diving.
Following services on Saturday
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Braver-
man will host a Kiddush In then-
son's honor, and present an Is-
raeli clock to mark the occasion.
Stanley will also be honored at
Howard Burkholz
Dovid Frcundlkh
Richard Schwartz
a reception to be held at the
Seville Hotel on Saturday even-
ing.
Ronald J. Krell
James Harrison, son of Prof, and
Chanuka Session
Set Next Friday
Mrs. Robert Newmal),; president
of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am, has announced a Chanuka
fworkshop will be-held at the Tem-
ple on Friday morning. Dec. 6,
at 10 a.m.
The workshop will be devoted
to creative ways of decorating the
home, preparing Chanuka parties,
and in helping children enjoy the
festival.
Mrs. Murray Lipinsky is chair-
man. The Judaica Shop is now
stocked with Chanuka items.
Rabbi Labovitz
To be Speaker
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will be
Mrs. George N. Pickar. grandson
of Mrs. B. Pickar and Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Gediman, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Zion. Rabbi
temple Judea will be the site Alfred Waxman will officiate
Krelienn%,t:!!rHVah l RnalvJ| Winner oi sev<*al swimming featured speaker at the North
Saturday morning, Nov. I awardSj Jarnes is an eighth grad^ shore B'nai B'rith meeting in the
student at Ponce de Leon Junior i Washington Federal Savings and
High and plans to continue his j Loan Auditorium, 1133 Normandy
studies in the Temple's confirma- Dr on Monday, Dec. 2.
30, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet
officiating.
Ronald is in the eighth grade
at Ponce Junior High and also
plans to continue his religious edu-
cation. His outside interests in-
clude tennis and electronics con-
struction projects.
Parents of the celebrant, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Krell, 711 Sunset
Dr., will honor him at the Oneg ,
Shabbat on Friday evening and at fre,s was celebrated durinS Sat'
the Kiddush fnilrmina ,!= I urday morning services, Nov. 23,
tion class.
Following the ceremony, the
Kiddush will be held in honor of
the celebrant.
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Bar Mitzvah of Steven Schif-
the Kiddush following services;
Saturday.
Chester Zerli
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehr
man at Temple Emanu-EI.
Steven is in the eighth grade
Program chairman, Irvine C.
Spear, announced that Rabbi Lab-
ovitz' topic for the evening will be
"ChanukaThe Meaning of Re-
dedication."
E. Alfred Rowen, president of
the lodge, will preside.
Fund-Raising Event
Ladies' Auxiliary of George
Gershwin Lodge will hold its first
Chester Jay Zerlin will be Bar at Ida M. Fisher Junior High,' fund-raising event of the season
Mitzvah on Saturday morning i where he plays clarinet in the a card party, at the Carillon Hotel
Nov. 30, at Temple Menorah with I school band. He is the recipient on Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz official- of the Elks Americanism Award, Mrs. Paul Janet, fund-raising vice
ing. the DAR Art Award, Optimist president, is chairman of the af-
The celebrant is an eighth grade Youth Appreciation Award, and' fa'r- ________
student at the Hebrew Academy. Superior Award in the Florida
His interests include stamp-col- State Science Fair. His hobbies
lecting, science and football. i include stamp-collecting, bowling
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Zerlin, 700 and swimming. j
U. Shore Dr., will honor their soni Son of Mrs. Janet Schiffres and
at the Kiddush following the cere-j grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Barnett,
mony. and at a dinner in the j Beckerman, of Miami Beach, and
M AOUSS
MAO
Deauville Hotel on Saturday even-
ing.

James Pickar
On Saturday morning, Nov. 30,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schiffres who
were here from New York City for
the occasion, the celebrant was!
honored at a reception in his home
on Saturday.
TETIEY TEA
Clark Beats
DuMond 2-1
Israeli folk Songs
Following a short business meet-
i ing of the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
In the runoff for a Miami City ; hood of Be,h Torah Congregation
Commission seat Tuesday. Steph- j on Wednesday evening, a Chanuka
en P. Clark defeated incumbent Hootenany w m ^ o{fered by Ben-
Joseph X. DuMond Jr. \m gtone and Dick Friedman wno
Clark, a 40-year-old building con-1 win s;ng israel folk songs,
tractor, won over his opponent in
a better than 21 victory.
Clark received 12,647 votes to
DuMonds 5,92!). The total vote
of 18.676 was lower than in last
week's primary, during which 28,-
149 persons went to the polls to
return Miami Mayor Robert King General Division of the American
High to a fourth term in office Jewish Congress. At the first
aid City Commissioner Sidney meeting on Sunday evening, 8
Aronovitz to his first elected p.m., at Belh Torah Congregation,
term, succeeding himself in the'1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.. guesl
office ho had been tilling out tor speaker will be Harold Kramer,
Circuit Judge Henry Balaban. AJC region;'.l director.
Young Adults
Form Division
A group of young adults. 18 and
over, have organized under the
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* Jewisli FhridHain
Friday, November 29, 1963
Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital celebrated the birthday
of Bill MacDonald at its last meeting. Shown congratulating
: JacDonakl is Sam C. Levenson, ccl'ng chairman, and Paul
~a?ke, birthdays chairman, who presented a aift to him on
behalf of the club.
Flagler Founders
Receive Honors
For Long Service
Two founding numbers of Flag-
ler-Gra.iada Jewish Center, Eze
Kubensiein- and Sotoaion Issen-
berg, have been presented with en-
graved bronze plaques "for their
.oni nuou.s service CO the organiza-
tion."
people who me! to worship first in
an empty store turnished with
wooden crate seats, and later in a
private garage, Hubenstein and
fssenbers dreamed of one day en-
joying a neighborhood synagogue
ol their own.
That day materialized 15 years
igo when they laid the corner-
stone of Flagler Granada Jewish
Center.
Many difficulties had to be over-
come during the first year as they
rushed to complete the nucleus of
the building in older to hold their
first High Holiday service. Water
; had to bo piped into the shell block
, building from Flagler St., ;is city
water was not yet available on
their street, nd used, salvaged
windows were temporarily install- Pg||ot Attends BOGrO Meetintl
ed,
Today, Hubenstein who is 80. and
[ssenoerg, 78. are the oldest ac
tive members of the synagogue,
ihey still maintain the religious
activities of the Center, and be-
tween them have obtained four
Corahs lor the organization.
Eze Rubenstein and Solomon Issenberg hold the engraved
bronze plaques presented to Ihem by Flagler-Granada Jewish <
Center "for their continuous service to the organization."
K. Albert Pallet attended a new represents this district or. the
meeting of the R'nai B'rilh Su- board.
preme Board of Governors last
Irene fviaiavsky, ninth yraat aiuutnt ai the Hebrew AC( my.
and daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morton Malavsky, of Holly-
wood, is shown receiving an award representing the Execu-
tive Club of Miami Beach "Youth of the Month" Award. The
award, presented monthly by the Executive Club, is made to
the student selected by the school's faculty as the outstanding
student in citizenship and scholarship. Making the presenta-
tion is Dr. Jerome Berek, chairman of the Youth of the Month
Committee for the club.
Seaboard Expects Active Season
"With requests for Pullman and dependable comfortable and care-
coach reservations already pour- free travel whatever the weather,
ing into Seaboard Railroads of- Again this winter, starting Dec.
tices, the coming winter promises streamliners to
to be one of the best yet or tra el Philadelphia and New
to and from Florida on, the roa q {hc choicc
streamliners Silver Meteoi and ^ ^.^ ^ atIern0On dcpar.
Silver Star. Uires {rom both coasts of Flor.
That's how W. J. Ficht, general it|a," he said.
passenger agent of Seaboard in and ^
M^m^lUms.up_ ^..^K^'iver Star have modern Pullman
private-room accommodations, the
winter travel on his railroad.
most modern type of reclining-seat
coaches with all seats reserved in
advance, spacious lounge accom-
modations for all pa-scng. is in-
cluding tavern-observation carsa
Pullman-travel Sun Loun;;e car on
"Not only will there be a
large volume of Florida vaca-
tioners from the North to Flor-
ida on cur trains," he said, "but
every indication shows a sim-
ilar build-up of travel from Flor-
ida and the South to New York j the Silver Meteor is styled in
and other northern cities." beach patio decordining car ser-
vice which is in the Seaboard
He cited Seaboard's theatre, tradition of delicious food, gracious
tours in New York City, sold j hospitality and reasonable prices,
through travel agents, as well as| ..plus service features which are
Seaboard offices, as becoming exclusively Seaboards."
more popular with each theatrical
These inclur'e the presence of
a registered nurse, particularly
appreciated by parents traveling
with small children, and the Sea-
board Hospitality Hour during
the afternoon, when all passen-
gers are invited to the dining
car for complimentary Florida
orange juice and coffee.
Candidates Eye
Sheriffs Office
In the race for sheriff here,
the following are among candi-
lates:
William 'Red' Gillespie
William "Red" Gillespie has'
pledged "a 100 percent improve-
ment in the patrolling and cover-
age of the unincorporated areas
I Dade County within 30 days of
aking office."
Gillespie said that if elected,
he will seek "a unified and hard-
working team to serve the com-
munity." |
He said that "as a career police-
man, I know and understand the
current fears of present employees
of the sheriff's office. I pledge
that their only loyalty will be to-]
ward their duty as servants of the
county's citizenry."
*
T. A. 'Tal' Buchanan
T. A. "Tal" Buchanan came to
Miami from Jacksonville in 1935.
While a partolman and homicide
investigator for the Sheriff's De-
partment, he attended the Univer-
sity ot Miami at night and grad-
uated in 1956 with a law degree.
He joined the Sheriff's Depart-
ment in 1951 as a patrolman. A
year later, he was promoted to
the Criminal Bureau of Investiga-
tion. He became a Chief of De-
tectives in 1958 and in 1962 was
appointed sheriff and director of
the Department of Public Safety.
His supporters say that during
his term in office, "he brought
our crime rate down seven per-
cent, while the national showed
an increase of six percent."
* *
Tom Kelly
Pallot was president of Sholem
weekend "in Washington, DC, at I Lodge in the post-war years, and
the Gramercy Hotel. later headed the B'nai B'nth Coun-
A former president of District' cil of South Florida. He is pres-
Grand Lodge 5. comprising the j ident of Biscaync Federal Savings
seven southeastern states, Pallot and Loan Association.
LISTEN IN
TODAY...
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season. "A long list of new and
exicting plays is in prospect for
the New York stage," he said,
"and our theatre tours assure or-
chestra seats, plus hotel reserva-
tions and sightseeinga conven-
ient 'package' which many Flor-
idians will take advantage of in
the coming months."
He added that "people are be-
coming increasingly aware of the
outstanding arguments for rail
travel, especially during the time
of the year when highway condi
tions can become hazardous. They
know that Seaboard's trains offer
BB
The Seaboard official also not-
ed an advantage rail travelers
enjoy by checking ahead a gen-
erous amount of luggage without
"weighing the cost," as a liberal
luggage allowance is offered by
railroads.
Former Sheriff Tom Kelly, who
led the successful fight to make I
the office of sheriff elective again,
is campaigning in the race here.
Kelly, a veteran of two World
Wars, was first appointed sheriff
in 1950. His supporters say that
during office "Kelly established
creation of the Police Communi-
cations System, recognized as the
finest in the United States; the
Criminal Bureau of Investigation,
formed in 1950; the Dade County
Police Academy, offering the first
training program for officers and
patrolmen in Dale's history; and
a modern rehabilitation program
for prisoners."
In 1953, "he was the prime mov-
er of a special act of the legisla-
ture to establish civil service pro-
tection for employees of the Sher-
iff's Department."
In 1957, Kelly was named "Sher-
iff of the Year" by the more than
3,000 members of the National
Association.
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JACOB
SCHACTER
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MOM. FRI. 11 A.M. 12
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*
Move
mber 29, 1963
lc*JrIh IftvrSrlSztfi
Page 15-B
Sharett to be Among World
;s to Address UJA National Confab
Chief Justice Warren, Mrs.
the
Ivenity President Dr.
[ sacha'r, and UJA Execu-
Chairman Herbert A.
M, M. Warburg and
'stone. UJA honorary
L Soecial Report
*v Meir, and Rabbi Friedman wi
loRK __ Moshe Sharett, be tne principa| speakers at th-
lormer I'me Minister, caturc(ay evening banquet ses-
ln.. as chairman of the sion Dec 7 Ambassador Har-
le'icv for Israel at Jerir man wm de|iwer the doting ad-
Ill be among the world: dress at the noon session on
address the United Jew- Sunday.
,,., 26th annnual national;
be held Friday, Dec.' Sharett and Jordan will address
L Sunday Dec- ", a* ine|,ne opening plenary session, Fri-
tk Hilton Hotel, it was day morning, Dec. 6, when they
bv Joseph Meyerhoff, are scheduled to present the 1961
airman of the UJA. budgets of their agencies. The
l' ii h< one of Jew'sn Agency conducts the UJA-
s addrc-s will j fjnancei immigration and absorp-
points of an acuon-p.1', tion programs in israel whilc the
fence whose z.ouu ut -j JD(, ^ the major agency assisting
Presenting Jew"n *"j distressed Jews throughout the
From every section oi tne| ^^ JDC ^ conduc,s a vast
L-iU hear also m *| medical and rehabilitation pro-
I other international lag- gram Jn Israd {m sjck aged an(,
KEariW.? Israel handicapped immigrant,
sinister Mrs. Golda Meir, In addition to the budget pres-
Gbassador to the United entations, the delegates will also
Taham Harman; Bran- receive the findings and recom-
mendations of the ninth UJA study-
mission which just ended its 17-
day survey of Jewish needs in
Europe and Israel.
prominent leaders who| Sharett, who recently address-
part in addressing or'ed a dinner in Jerusalem honoring
at conference sessions the 120 Jewish leaders participat-
ing in the study mission, reported
that the Jewish Agency has had
. to resort to hand-to-mouth linan-
\ nonorarj of MHng ;ind
W,1,amnR?ae, Tack'absorbing the multitudes of im-
|er. Isadore Breslau, Jacx, m., ,s who havc bcen arriving
Edward Ginsberg Al- j o%.er |he ^ three ycars
jeun, Melvm DubinsKy,
1 D Fink, all national! in a.dition to setting the UJA's
of the UJA; Charles H.1963 objectives, the conference
irector-gencral for Over-1 will mark the formal close of the
ations of the Joint Dis- UJA's 25th anniversary year.
Committee; Mrs. Israel Presentations and awards will go
chairman, UJA National! to a number of outstanding corn-
Division; Alan Sagner.j munal leaders for their work in
l, UJA Young Leadership------------------
Moses A. Leavitt, execu m_____ ri ynilL pflrfV
chairman, Joint Distn tmaitU-tl fOUfri fariy
immittee; Gottlieb Ham-i Unitcd synagogue Youth of
live vice cnairman'! Temple Emanu-El are sponsoring
gency for Israel: and AI- a theater partv )0 be held Satur-
|man. chairman, UJA Mid- day evenins 7;3o p.m.. at the
J-___________________ j Temple's North Branch School
Auditorium. Special feature of
D.rt.L I the evening will be the showing
DcGtn o the ciassic mm, -Raisin in the
er Dies Sun
L. Narkier, formerly
for two terms of the
ngregation Beth El of
Beach, died Thursday,
[in an auto accident on
^JmSTm officer; DrH Franklin Williams vice
Wgreg.tion, Mr. Narkier president of the JwWJJ
the Building Committee, Mr, who -^vUt^T^
arly-complcted Beth El nion ird t speak.
31 Brth- A south Florida Chapter recent
; include his wife ana hp)d gt lhc home 0f Mr.
ildren. 'nd Mrs Theodore Berman. 3310
------------------------Granada Blvd., Coral Gables.
!^^.VWr3vJfc ; Chapter president Mrs U*
i..u Ellen, in, of in"' Glasser, announced that ur. wn
\ie.. died x.,v. at. River- | Uams ;iscusscd his experiences
m: i:,h. it. r 2.2.. sw aild described the ork of Mien,
; l"" ... lists and engineers at Technion.
Mr*. Rom. SO, of 1431 s\v "sis ami
Dr Williams has received
many awards for his commun-
ity activities, and .s current.,
president of the United Nations
Association of Greater Miami.
LEGAL NOTICE
MOSHE SHARETT
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 12763
MARY ANN I.AI'I'.K!:.
n
Til. 'MAS WILLIAM LAl'BER,
1 lefendani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THOMAS WILLIAM LAl'BER
I'nknown
You. THOMAS WILLIAM LAI'RER
:,r. hen bj n. fled Hi"' Bill ol
Complaint for I!' oi ha h en filed
against you, anH >' ire rrtinlr serve a copj nf ymn Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill < Complaint '.. the
Plalntlfra Bttorney, STONE AM'
B1TTEL, !"i W. Klagler St.. Mlam.
Florida and file the original An"'
or Pleading in 'he ..ffi-- "f the Cle'V
,.f ii,, .uri on or lef< re the
Sth 'lav :' lanuarj. 1964. If >'"'' W
i,, do *". judgment bj' default will be
taken Dgain*1 yo for the relief'de-
man Ii 'I in the Bill of Complaint.
Thl n.aii nhall i" publlBhed on<
each week br four conaecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH Kl "HUMAN.
DONE \NP ORDERED at Miami
Florida, thla Wth nay "f November
A.l'. l';:'..
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad* County. Florida
(seal) Bv: C. P. COPEL-AND,
Deputy Clerk
BTONE AND BITTEL
Room ::"". 23 W. Flagler St.
Miami. Florida SS1S0
Attorneys f". Plaintiff
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenist fhridiain
solicits your legal nonet*.
W appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Dial FR 3-46#5
for messenger service
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12773
i IE' >Ri '.IN.' I. .1. AL1SSE,
Plaintiff,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12703
CAROLYN LEE BUTTS.
Plaintiff.
CHXRLEP FRANCIS BX'TTS.
l'.f.ndant. ___^__
SUIT FOR DiyORCE
TO: CHARLES FRANCIS B1 TTS
jn Bast .h.Htnut street
i... kport, New Y..rk
v.... are hereby notified that a Con -
plaint lor Divorce, haa i"-t-n nit
n 2!>. IS -l-20 J^nnrt you. and you are r.-.iuirwi t
_______________- Jfrve a copy ... your Anawer <"."'
ln, ,;,.. Compta^nt on tj^lalntiff
Attorney, i-.ritNKTT ROTH. E8Q
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, noi-
: Id. and file the original Answer
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
i. ut court "ii or before 'i
,. | of December, 1. If >''.
. judgment by default 1
;,in-t you for the reliel d.
OMffUS H. JOKDAH
focusing America's attention on
the UJA's quarter of a century of
humanitarian activity.
Dr. Willicms
Specks Before
Technion Meet
r\ Ic. h in Si w Ymk. Qor-
fValter s.. ot. of SSM sw
[dletl Nov. 2:s. Gordon.
Hairy H.. ti7. of 7".1"> West
I l ir Newman,
bs iStratton), August, 59,
' 122nd si. Bervlces '"
Riv. vide.
pF. Mis. I.la, T". "f MI
L Rlvi rslde.
lizabeth, .IT, ..f ".:i s\V 19th
B Nov. 22. Services In N-'
brdon.
lenry. '", f sm ordunn
, Nov. 22. Cordon.
pay. of IS6! Pennaylvanin
p Nov. 19. Barvlcoa i" N".
Ivi-, -id...
Irs. H.rld.ii B.. SO, of 4700
pi-. Riverside.
Mrs. Antonia Tilly, 74.
. ISOtn T.r., ilii-d NOV. li>
In N-wark. N..I. RiyersMe.
CfTj 70, of 744 Joftaraon
Mrs Sara Kta, r.9. of 71!'
d. Uiv.rsirti-.
He is director of community af-
fairs at the University of ffiami.
Mrs. Williams is active in tne
Greater Miami Women's Division!
o[aSi:w as
ine was a brief talk by Rah"'
^0,,BcfE.en:n;
gregation, on 'Seeds of Etermts.
RabbrMalavsky
In Panel Talk
JSS ReXrtiemalaHVonywood
Killlam. 87. ..f i"i Oeann Temple Beth bhoiem n j
baa in brooklyn. Riverside. DarUcjpated in a recent panti_ais
ZS on "Are Marriages F ;
ing" and "lhc Role of the Jew
sh Wile" at a program of thi
Ane Frank Chapter of Hadassah
inS^iavskya>so opened^
season of meetings of he Brow
ard Zionist District with an m
vocation at Temple Sinai in Hoi
lyWOOd.
Irwin Receives
Holsum Award
Frank Irwin was awarded a dia-
mond pin by R. E. Olivers, presi-
dent, in honor of his 25 years con-
tinuous service
to Fuchs Baking
Co.
S ta r t i n g his
baking career in
1938, Irwin has
worked his way
up from an ap-
prentice route
salesman to his
present position
of vice presi-
IJfWIN dent, directing
sales and advertising.
Irwin, who grew up in Home-
stead attended 12 years of school
there, graduating in 1937. in
1938. he married Mary Ehzabc h
Ranson and now lives in South
Miami. Their son. Michael, is at-
ten-ing his third year of college
al MiT and their daughter.
Paula Frances, is attending her
first year at Shorter College.
Rome. Ga.
Fuchs Baking Co. was founded
in Homestead in 1912: by the late
Charles T. Fuchs and his father
In 1934. the bakery moved to its
present location on U.S. 1 in South
Miami. Using the trade name of
Holsum, the plant has grown to
be one of the South's largest and
most modern bakeries.
M.\ri:i.-i" i. ai.issi:.
11. fi a lam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MAfRlflO I. ai.issi:
you Maurk-lo J. Allsse an h< reii}
notified that a Bill "f t'ompl ill i roi
Diva has bet n filed agulnsl you.
and you | -'.'w ",'\'N
..f your Anawer or Pleading Jo tne
Bill "f ("omplalni on the plalntirre
Attorney, Manuel Zatac. S02 Blscayne
Bulldlnff. Miami, riorida, and file the
original Answer .a- Pleading m the
ffke of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court -n "i- before the ?,n\h da> of
December. 1963. if you fall to do so,
iutTgenKnt by default will when
against you for the reliel demanded
in the Bill "f Complaint
This notice nhall be published onci
i each week f- r fmir consecutive we. Ks
In THE JEWISH H ORIBAN.

i
.
T -
'II T.i..
the Bill of Complaint
. shall be published on.
for four consecutive weel
wish ri."i:ii'i.\N.
i.NE AND ORDERED at Mia"
ril.ri.la. thi- 22nd da} of N-wmb.
x .' "i: \tm in '''v^--,
:.,.., Florid
,eal) i.>: l-sn i,Li-"-N.
1 >.|.uiy <-l<-rK
BURNETT ROTH
IU" I Jncoln Road
Miami Beach, SToHda
Attorney for Plaintiff ll/6..,
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
in'.vr. .\.*..' -....,.,....- ......-------
Florida, this 2*th dh} ol November.
A"k"1-: I.KAT.II-KMAN. .'I.rk.
It Court, I'ade I'ounty. K.orlda
I .,,, Bj : P. COPEUAND,
1 .....y >'.< r'K
MANI'KI. ZAIAC
jo2 I'.is. a> n. Uuildlng
.Miami, Florida
Attorney foi Plaintiff n
'^V-I'M-VN VUM SHOP at ^
NVV 'nl A v.. .Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name wltht
Oerk of the Circuit I '<"' "' L'-"
Count). Florida.
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. CASE
NO. 63C12I86
K.MIi.l" M1ERBS
Plaintiff,
QLORIA HERNANDEZ M1ERES
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: GLORIA HERNANDEZ MIERES,
Avenlda 28 No. 5S12, Apart 2.
Mai lanao, Cuba. ,.
Yi.r. GLORIA HERNANDEZ
M1ERES, Avenlda 29 N". S81S. Apari
2 Marlanao, Cul, are required to
file your answer to thr Complaint f"r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTHE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ongag.
hualness under the fictitious names
i'\r sfRFWEAR at r:."2 N.i- Stii
Kvt North Miami. Fla., Int.nd t
register said num.- with the Clerh
\hl court of Bade ouni
' nrWGENE ESCHWfBRENNER
Kit HARD PICHTMAN
Owners
n 2'.. 12 J-18-:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61270-B
IN RE: Estate of
jACI >B PI ICKER
I H ,. ased.
fl'k^W .- .-..mplai,,, t ,MTOf,or7?nd""pISS Ha-
aiNOl*. NKGRETTI. Attorney Plu-1 EstaW. ^ and
Congress Bldg., Ill S B. 2nd A...
Miami. I-.. rlda, on or before the 23rd
dav of December, I93. or
plaint will be taken an confessed.
i ted this lStn daj .( November,
i: b. i.i:\iHKr.M\N.
. a. i k of Cln nit Court
l tadi County, Florida
,si;\i., Uj k. M. I.V.MAN'
Deputy >'
11 22-2!'. 12 S-13
. Harry. SO, of (921 Rue
RlversUht.
iii.tin. i;t. of i"i Ocean
is in Brooklyn, Riverside.
i '. Is, of 73S Collins Ave.
['< X. y.m k. Blank.
Tz. Joseph, 57, of 110 Col-
J Riverside.
|2. Henry, 07. ..f T.'.l". Car-
I died Nov. 21. Riverside.
|KY. Mrs. Gussle, of 4S8S
|"i Av., 'li.-.l Nov. 21. Rlv-
7, ..f i:,i NE S2nd
Sweet 16 Birthday
Sweet IS birthday of Coral
Gables Chapter. B'nai B'nth, was
celebrated at the regular month-
ly meeting held Tuesday at Hillel
House on the University of Miami
campus.____________ _____
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CiRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 15704
ALAN I'Win VVELK
Plaintiff.
IRENE V.SJI.KER.
1 fi n. la at.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE .
To: IRENE WKl.Kl'i:
UOI Ontario Avt nue
Niagara FhIIs, Nea Y. rk
Tou an h. reby notified thai s i
plaint for Divorce hns been
Ton aft h-r.i.y notified and re-
quired to preseoi any claims and d. -
mands which y> a 3aj i'"\V-.? T
I, estate of JACOB POCKERfc-
ceased late of Dad. County. Florid,
, Joe county Judges of Dad. ou
,v. and ffle the same '_' l'>'r^ ,'';.
,. nro\-ided In Section itt.ls, riona
Statuus. In their offices In the Coui -
v courthouse in Dade County, Fkr
Ula. within six calendar months fro
the time ... the. first j.uM,.-..twn har.-
,.f. or the -a.ne will !';'rr'" ,,
[Jated al Miami. 1-'. irid I, this II
.,,,, nf November, A.l>. 19(
SYLVIA HERTZBACH
\- Exi cutrlx
f rst publication of thii nol
the 22n.i day of November,
HARRY ZL'KEBNICK
,. itrw
120 Lincoln Rd.. Miami '";1>,i t ,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 61154-C
in RE: Estate of _
i:V'\\ Al-.D aTEIKHOLTZ
\ >,. ...-. .l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l.li
gide.
Dr. Blunu A. (Lulck),
r Sheridan Ave. Riverside.
h Mechel, y, of 151 M'-
oril.,n.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
the
'"rTARK "DVERTISfNO .. >"
v\v V'Srd s. Hlalcah Gardens. Fla.,
Cwnt>'^CLEI.BAT-ABJUN
Sol. > "vn.r
W M.T.MAN. COHEN A ROBLRTU
I no:, nuiKinl PI >a '' "!"'
Miami. I- ,, ..., y, ,;.,; j
. pi".
-i you for the relief demanded Florida Sti
In the Bill .' Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week :.. foor mnsecutlvi weeks
In THE JEWISH FLi>R1DIAN
in their offices I
the Countj Co nth. us. in Dade ou
v. : within six ralMla
uonths from th lime of the first
pubil, wUI
d!>Ne"an'p ."'i:i'Kl:Ki. al Miami, lie ba red. thln-ISi"
d day of Nov. nber, iwted al Miami. Flr.iida.jm
A.D. IS
i: i; LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, I lade i mtj I
(seal) by: L. SNEEDEN,
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Bl'RNETT ll"Tli
no i i; -1 i
Miami I'.-... h, Florida, JK >.-742S
S fn Plaintiff
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SYLVIA STE1NHOLTZ
,, ,.. tl..n of
r Nov.
I. MAI RICE FINKEL
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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BONELESS TRIMMED
- ---- H ^ ZION KOSHER MADE
PHI FTs ^freshk,lled
rUkktlOy & PAN READY
ROASTERS #ft,
or BROILERS *tj
NECK MEAT or "
BEEF CUBES 79c.b
GROUND
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EXTRA SPECIAL!
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Friday. November 2l
YOU'RE A SMART EXECUTIVE
To let Food Fair save your valuable
time by handling your employee and
business holiday gift giving.
SK3K**

Wise business people know it's easy
and inexpensive to have Food Fair
handle every detail and, your
employees and business contacts get
the one holiday gift always warmly
welcomed Good Food.
You profit in good-will when Queen
Esther or Kosh-R-Best Turkeys ex-
press your appreciation. Or, you may
prefer to give Lady Fair's De Luxe
Fruit Cake beautifully packaged in a
reusable container. (Many firms give
both). Food Fair gift 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 additional ir.fc
tion or to plat.;
order dial Misi
Holly, your personal i
day gift consults
696-0620, Ext. 38*.
of town firms pic.
Collect). Or, wri .
Pam Holly, Person ill
tomer Service, Food- j
Stores, be* 7000 Nfj
32nd Avenue, Mi. >>i
Florida.
All MEAT X POULTRY SHOAL! AVAILABLE AT ALL FIVE
fOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
MIAMI BEACH
10th A Washington* Ave.
19th A Alton Road
N. MIAMI BEACH
163rd St. Shopping Center
MIAMI
Wettchester Shop. Ce
2C91 Coral Way
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
WITH YOUR EVERY PURCHASE
FOR FABULOUS GIFTS!
^^ \ff^ QUANTITY ^^"^^H W/ mW WA\
^^^BB^^ RIGHTS RESERVED ===^^^^' MHH ^^^M
FANCY TRIMMED FOR BROILING I
CHUCK STEAK 59
c
lb.
SPONSOR!
OF THE
'TORAH HC
I
ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT
965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Each Sunday N
WEDR FHI
Rabbi Tibor H.SN
AMERICAN KOSHER
MIDGET SALAMI... 49
EA.
" -I
A DAIRY DRESSING
PINT
RASKA'Scont
SMETINA
29
CHICKEN
CARP FRESH SLICED
NO WASTE
LARGE NO. 1
59
SMELTS .. 29
59
69
59
FRESH
RED
SNAPPERS
FRESH CUT
FILLET OF
FLOUNDER
FRESH CUT
FLORIDA
FILLET .
C
lb.
C
lb.
C
lb.
c
lb.
cl
lb.
SUNSWEET
EXTRA LARGE PRUNES
A BREAKFAST FAVORITE
QUAKER OATS
2- lb.
BOX
REGULAR OR QUICK
18-oz. BOX
ROYAL REO
CHINOOK SALMON **..
lAM TAMS MANISCHEWITZ 12-OZ. BOX
PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
Dole Drink 2
59
21'
49
25
IN OUR APPETIZER DEPT.
FRESHLY SMOKED L% 4%
CHUBS 49
SHREDDED
LOX-------.
ie urinK mYx
LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE. WITH YOUR 5.00 ORDER OR MORE
69
c
lb.
C
lb.
Rich in Vitamin "C" FLORIDA
JUICE ORANGES
COOKING ONIONS
EACH
3
U.S. NO. 1
YELLOW
5
c
lb.
STRINGLESS FIGS
IMPORTED
CELLO PACKAGE
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Fridoy. November 29. 1963 *Je*lsti fkr/cfian RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CURRICULUM TO BE PffESENTED Pcge 5-B 'Showcase 1 Slated At Beth Shalom At a Temple Beth Solom "School Showcase" set for Tuesday, at 7:45 p.m., in the Temple. the Religious School curriculum will be presented by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. and Herbert C. Bloom, education director of the school. ID addition, the program will feature some of the cultural highlights of the music, art and dance departments, in which students will participate. Parents and grandparents of children from the kfndergarten through the sixth grade elementary levels are invited to sample the "Showcase." Refreshments will be served. President of the PTA is Mrs. Sanford Levine. Vice president in charge of program and education s Mrs. Bennett Lee. and chairman of the evening is Mrs. Murray Gilden. Mrs. Leon Unger is handling publicity, and Mrs. JosPlanning the program for Temple Beth Sholom' eph Panto and Mrs. Martin SteinShowcase" are Mrs. Martin Steiner, Mrs. Bennett er are in charge of refreshments. ., ., _., ._ Chairman ol Room Mother hostJose P h Pardo **"• Murray Gilden. and Mrs. Leon OKI is Mrs. lrwin Teplis. the typewriter). Youth Fete Beach Lodge Members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization entertained! the Miami Beach Lodge of the] Jewish frat'-rnal order Wednesday | night at its monthly meeting at the Algiers Hotel. Sam Weiner is president of the hotel group. Jack Finn past president of the lodge and Youth Committee chairman, reported on BBYO activities. Charles Kossove and Bt ney Soloway, insujanje repress tatives of t.ne South Florida Cou. cil, outlined new insurance pr • grams available to B'nai B'fU.i members. Gerald Schwartz, presidentelec discussed activities of the B'n B'rith Israel Committee. s "School Lee, Mrs. Unger (at OPEN TONIGHT AND SATURDAY 'TIL 9t9$t u m THE STORE WITH THE FlORiDA FLAIR &M;£& siu<> n hit; 60 on h a i-lon 's in i n in tun* truit cake* ni jm! This pre-holiday special ('til December 5) is a sweet deal! Fruit cakes contain glazed cherries, pineapple, raisins, pecans and almonds in luscious little rum-flavored cakes. 15 to a box, REG. 2.79, NOW 2.1.9 BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI, FR 4-7251 BARTONS .A'O



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n J M rage 10-A Friday, November 29, Ecumenical Postpones Consideration of Jewish Ties initiated the Nazi p r5e of Jew,." "„ J tC£Naxt propaganda ha ROME —(JTA)— The EcumeniI Council approved this week e first three chapters of a docui eht on Christian unity, but post ned lor later consideration a aptcr O'l the Jews and another i ajpter on freedom of religious < jjression. The Bishopi then decided to cut further debate on the riocui ent as a whole, and pass on to i scussion ol each separate chapP. There was no indication as. the reasons that led the pre les to postpone action on the ( aft on Jews which specifically nies Jewish responsibility tor' e crucifixion of Christ and warns, I Catholics against anti-Seiintu titudea based on ancient charges deicide. While a majority of the Bish-. ps who have spoken on the Jewsh draft have endorsed it fully, : ivisions of opinion have been Book Month Will Habbi Mayer Abramowitz, of mple Menorah, will address one two celebrations of Jewish Book jnth to bo held on Monday. Rabbi Abramowitz will appear I Beth Torah Congregation. 1051 >. Miami Beach Blvd.. at 8 p.m.. review "Kichmann in JeruIcm." by Hannah Arendt. A ecial showing will also be held the picture. The Eichmann, ory," presented recently on tele-1011 The open meeting i< co-sponsorby the congregations of the •rth Dade area Herbert Berr. associate director of the Bu• au of Jewish Education, will i itline the objectives of Jewisb >ok Month. expressed as to whether it should be incorporate:' in the general schema on ecumenism, or treated saaMM-ately. For example, Bishop Florit of Florence, Italy, said Chapter Four, on the Jews, fhould be part of the schema on the Church because the Jewish religion was at the origin of the Church, and the Church's history of salvation started with the Old Testament. '•.-red a similar endorsement a:idthem for the deicide. Besides. iltg lh;;t the proposed Schema ,(, c Cardinal added. Jesus" list nould include also Moslems and wof werc an invot ation l0 0 od all who believe iru God. %  an4.arc.. to MViv^ Ttiv executioners be-; opposed to materialistic atheism. cause } hcv .. djd no know „ na j the even Catholics and its the r ^'' d necessary to remove that '* fluence," he stated. ln Alberl Cardinal Meyer. Archbishop of Clucayo. expressed •greai satisfaction" with the enBishop Morcillo of Spain argued Inat the chapter on the Jews and hal on freedom ol conscience should be approved but as pan of :he 17th Schema on the Church n the World—a proposal endorsed by Bishop Antonio and Cardinal Bacci of the Vatican Curia. Earlier in the debate. Bishops who opposed prompt adoption of the declaration on Jews were tire document, including Chapter or itioized by Augu.-iin Cardinal Bea. president of the .Secretariat the] were doing." The Cardinal added: "How can it be doubled thai such a prayer was fulfilled bj God and how could the Church and her followers do otherwise.''' The Cardinal declared that arott-T major reason for absolving the Jews was the Naii propaganda of the recent past which Caroinal Bea knew "very well bun was not based a (, t that he "l anti-Seiaft. Pnmarilv on past or present teachings of tu Catholic Church. "It has „,£ roots too but the Church doe*, not (leal with them." he said, rjjjj address was greeted applause which the Moderator was unable u dinal with Bea's loud rupt. niterFour on the Jews and Fixe on freedom of religion. He said the two chapters should remain in the overall ecumenism statement because they were "intimately connected" with ecumenism. Bishop Angelo Jelinini. the apostolic adlor the Promotion ol Christian unity, who said that the work of drafting the document had been started two years ago on explicit instructions of the late Pope John XXIII and not on the initiative ministrator of Lugano, speaking, of hjs secretariat. He told the on behalf of all Swiss Bishops, ofp rt .| ates that the drait was submitted to the central Commission Be Noted Twice of the Council ,n Junc 1962 The Cardinal emphasized that the draft had been submitted in full to the late Pope John in December 1962, and that the Pontiff a few days later expressed to the Cardinal his complete approval. The Cardinal said his presentation was not to infleunce the decision of the Bishops but to shed light on the spirit and intent of the draft. Cardinal Bea emphasized also that the statement was neither a political nor a national matter and that under no circumstances was it meant to imply Vatican recognition of the State of Israel or an act in favor of Zionism. He added that his Secretariat had so notified the Arab states. Dr., in cooperation with the Miami Beach Recreation Department. The theme of the evening will be "Recent Novels from Israel." Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will review "Street of Steps," by Yudil Handel, Israeli novelist. On the same night, at 8:30 = .m„ a second public meeting /ill be held at Oceanfront Au:itorium, 10th St. and Ocean Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, will review "Dust." by Yael Dayan. daughter ol I-rael's Minister of Agriculture. Melvyn B. Frumkes. local attorney and Bureau treasurer, will review "House of Hope." by Lynne Banks, now living on a kibbutz in Israel. Al Sherman, chairman of the Jewish Book Month Committee of the Bureau, will act as chairman. Chaim Rose, ol the Miami Beach Recreation Department, will read selections of poetry from Israel. AN EXCITING AND UNUSUAL TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY! American Jewish Congress Tours to Israel and Europe Transportation by El Al Jet—A Unique person-to-person program in Israel—a creative touring schedule emphasizing points of Jewish interest in Europe—First class hotels—Meals and Service— AT UNBELIEVABLY LOW PRICESI ISRAEL Rome! Florence! Venice! Lucerne! Paris! 29 DAYS — $995 Departures every month — May through October. For information call FR 9-619S or write to AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS 111 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida SPECIAL TOUR MEETING FOR PROSPECTIVE TRAVELLERS on Wednesday evening, December 6, at 8:30 P.M., at the Carillon Hotel, 6801 Collins Avenue Going south? This time go all the way for a different, exciting holiday in Puerto Rico, t "2*aV \ He added that it could not be denied that inside the Church there had often been said "harsh and unhappy" words against Jews in connection with the crucifixion. Referring to the events of that time. Cardinal Bea said that there had been a minority among Jew opposed to Jesus and less still of those who had shouted "crucify him."' whereas "we know that the majority ol the people were against his condemnation." He added that the Gospels believed that not all the Jews in Jerusalem and still less all in the Holy Land or those scattered through the Holy Roman Kmpire of that time "can be held responsible for Jesus' death." Cardinal Bea pointed out that St. Peter had even absolved the leaders because they were ignorant "so how could it be possible to blame the Jews 19 centuries later?" He added there could indeed be no question of blaming v n atJ?iecUuMChAf,A£aco\ 7 Nowttt fun ipol of(o 3-do,, 2-nioht gtl-ocya „„ ., Ad.tnlur, Potloe.. Oepwpm,, J in o room, includel oir-condlllonod room, 7 gourmot mooli, choke of tithing, •oiling, bui and boat tour, or water iliing plui iwimmina. ond other hlond pleaiurei. Good until Fob. I cott of tro.el not included. Flight! doily from AVll Mm Booth, Ft. loudordola and Miami. Reiervo thru Hotel lUprewnMti.ol WILLIAM WOLFF. Orooni.ation. Inc.. Chambor ol Commorc* Building, Miami, flor.oo. 3 Day,2 Night Adventure Package •^^(L^\ per person, double occupancy J ^,K' n a SJorgeoui twin-bedded. JO 'in a I room with all meal* / Attend TREASURE CAY INN This time come to the Americana in San Juan. The Americana is the difference between a thrilling, memorable vacation and just time away from home. Air conditioned, terraced suites. Magnificent Olympic-size pool. Palm-tree lined white sandy beach. Complimentary chaise lounges. Tennis, golf, water sports. You name it. And night life? Lavish floor shows in the La Copa Supper Club. The unique Port O' Call Lounge with continuous enter'tainment and dancing. And who can resist the intimate Latin tempo of the Carioca Lounge? But most important, you find yourself in a friendly, fascinating new world. So this time go ail the way. Come to the Americana in San Juan. We're expecting you. For reservations or travel information see your travel agent or call: Ifflir UN 5-/51 John Braun—General Manager services tHis weed at uourown place of worsdib (•MWw*-.*-..mencana OF SAN JUAN A-.OC.rSHOTEL-F'REiTC;. ROBERT TISCH. PRESIDENT WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 funtastic Save 50% on your room at New York's Hotel Governor Clinton! Have 50% more to spend for a fantastic" week-end on the* town! What a deal! 50% off on all rooms and suites every day Thws£ to ^T d T y ? hec i- ut lme Si"* 1 fr M-75 (usually nnnt Im Double$ ,,om **" ( E" .„„' %  T.. f00ms wi,h p vate bath s hower TV. aiMondi£ X?l [ ?JS" 1 Serv,ce **** v ,c,or J G i,es HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON 7ih Ave. at 31st St., New York, Opposite Perm. Station \s n



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iaa* 14-* Page 16-B PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Shoulder., Crossr ilyd ROAST 891 BONELESS TRIMMED ---H — — ^ ZION KOSHER MADE PHI FTs ^ F RESHK,LLED rUkktlOy £& PAN READY ROASTERS #ft or BROI L ERS *tj NECK MEAT or BEEF CUBES 79c.b GROUND CHUCK FRESH KOSHER MADE O # C lb. EXTRA SPECIAL! FLANKEN LEAN TRIMMED J L # C IB. UNDER STR/CT SUPV/$ION OF ABB; TIBOR H. STERN m. k**i*t fkrkHOm Friday. November 2l YOU'RE A SMART EXECUTIVE To let Food Fair save your valuable time by handling your employee and business holiday gift giving. SK3K** Wise business people know it's easy and inexpensive to have Food Fair handle every detail and, your employees and business contacts get the one holiday gift always warmly welcomed — Good Food. You profit in good-will when Queen Esther or Kosh-R-Best Turkeys express your appreciation. Or, you may prefer to give Lady Fair's De Luxe Fruit Cake beautifully packaged in a reusable container. (Many firms give both). Food Fair gift certificates for any amount, are also gratefully remembered. No work or worry for you. We handle it all, including attractive holiday cards; a dozen or a thousand. Food or cash certificates delivered to you where and when you want them. <£& %  For additional ir.fc tion or to plat.; order dial Misi Holly, your personal i day gift consults 696-0620, Ext. 38*. of town firms pic. Collect). Or, wri Pam Holly, Person ill tomer Service, Foodj Stores, be* 7000 Nfj 32nd Avenue, Mi. >>i Florida. All MEAT X POULTRY SHOAL! AVAILABLE AT ALL FIVE fOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS MIAMI BEACH 10th A Washington* Ave. 19th A Alton Road N. MIAMI BEACH 163rd St. Shopping Center MIAMI Wettchester Shop. Ce 2C91 Coral Way MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH YOUR EVERY PURCHASE FOR FABULOUS GIFTS! ^^ \ff^ QUANTITY ^^"^^H W/ mW WA\ ^^^BB^^ RIGHTS RESERVED === ^^^^' MHH ^^^§M FANCY TRIMMED FOR BROILING I CHUCK STEAK 59 c lb. SPONSOR! OF THE 'TORAH HC I ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT 965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH Each Sunday N WEDR FHI Rabbi Tibor H.SN AMERICAN KOSHER MIDGET SALAMI... 49 EA. -I A DAIRY DRESSING PINT RASKA'SCONT SMETINA 29 CHICKEN CARP FRESH SLICED NO WASTE LARGE NO. 1 59 SMELTS .. 29 59 69 59 FRESH RED SNAPPERS • • • • FRESH CUT FILLET OF FLOUNDER • FRESH CUT FLORIDA FILLET C lb. C lb. C lb. c lb. cl lb. SUNSWEET EXTRA LARGE PRUNES A BREAKFAST FAVORITE QUAKER OATS 2lb. BOX REGULAR OR QUICK 18-oz. BOX ROYAL REO CHINOOK SALMON **.. lAM TAMS MANISCHEWITZ 12-OZ. BOX PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT Dole Drink 2 59 21' 49 25 IN OUR APPETIZER DEPT. FRESHLY SMOKED L% 4% CHUBS 49 SHREDDED LOX ie urinK mYx LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE. WITH YOUR 5.00 ORDER OR MORE 69 c lb. C lb. Rich in Vitamin "C" —FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES COOKING ONIONS EACH 3 U.S. NO. 1 YELLOW 5 c lb. STRINGLESS FIGS IMPORTED CELLO PACKAGE 29 %  """^l^^^ mm* nil i>



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Page 10-B Jewish fhorkj ior Friday, November 29, 1963 Temple Youth Orientation Conclave Is Hosted Here by Judea Affiliate Recipients of the Meqgido Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Herbert S. Shapiro (left), Councilman Kenneth Oka (center), Metro Commissioner Alex S. Gordon (second from right), are congratulated by lack S. Popick (right), president of the South Florida Division of the Friends. Lionel R. 3auman (second from left), New York attorney Gifts Committee Now Forming For Hebrew Univ. Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of IC Gifts and Legacies Committee 1 the South Florida Division. .merican Friends of the Hebrew I niversity, has announced the forlUtion of an enlarged committee I > undertake what he called the infinished business of our geni .ation." Speaking before an assembly of reater Miami attorneys. Oka emhasized the importance of be .uest and insurance programs to rovide for the future needs of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Oka made grateful acknowledgement of the existence of bequests : om residents of the Miami area, hic.h provide for scholarship ands, dormitory rooms, research i medicine and science and lib...iry study rooms. Members of the committee, still .1 formation, are Mrs. Ruth John •pn Berger, Bette Baron Bernstein. Harry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cyaen, Martin Genet, Henry Gilbert, -ibraham I. Grunhut, Leonard ;:imball, Walter Kovner, Alfred, Mreisler, Paul Kwitney, Joseph ilalek, Gershon Miller, Karl H. Ioskowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Os-i ar Rappaport, Josh Rephun, ,udge Harold Spaet, Barton S. I Udell, and Harry Zukernick. Mem„ers of the national gifts and leg(ies committee who also serve n the local group are Alex S. Gordon, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, udge Kenneth Oka and Harold S. -(Kipiro. •Gifts to the Hebrew University," Oka said, "are gifts to the iture of the State of Israel and > the progress of Jewfy and mankind throughout the world." and national president of American Friends, made the presentation before a gathering of attorneys and expressed deep appreciation to the four recipients "for their devoted efforts" as members of the National Gifts and Legacies Committee of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Not shown is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, fourth committee member. Temple Judea Federation of Temple Youth was host to an or entation conclave given" for th( Greater Miami Federation of Tem pie Youth last weekend. Over 100 boys and girls of senio high school age. representing nine Temples in the South Florida area attended. Spec al guests during the week end were Roy Walters. NFTV dance instructor from New Or leans, and Jimmy S c h u I in a n Texas Oklahoma Federatio I o Temple Youth, song leaJer fion. San Antonio, Tex. Members from host Temple Ju dea, with Miss Ellen Helper, ad visor, were Eric Balber, president. Barbara Abel, Samha Abel, Band, Blackmail, lU-iiiCorenblum, MichelBdiow, Lynda ftwmkln, Marjorle s ill man, .Marsha GoldbergCarole ('. % %  1(1bert", Qall Gordon, Upralle Jtechl Beach ZOA Fete Postponed Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization of America has postponed its installation dinner dance scheduled for this Sunday at the Deauville Hotel due to the period of national mourning following the death of President Kennedy. M. William Smith and William Silverstein, dinner dance co-chairmen, have announced that a new late for the affair will be set in. January. U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper, who', was to be guest speaker, has promised to address the January; dinner dance, according to Ben Giller, newly-elected president. • %  .I.' -iii,Kalian, Carol i.pvin. David \".'v,-l. I'nii Roblria, Michael Itoe*. cwe|>h flow*, K .ii.-.i Schwana, fteve tei-ktn, VTVn. silver, Linda s-.mhelmer, Mark Taft, Judy Tobuck, 3uaan I'nwr, laabel Wechaler, and Toaeph Well. Queata from Beth Am wen Pattl Abel, Hk-liard Abel, .Jeffre} Aibel. Ellen Altachuller, Nancy BrnWO, Robin Corenblum. Paul in :m. Jack Qoldateln, Fran Oroas, Jack %¡ unther, Barbara Harrison, t'aiole Kaya, Irene Hoffman, Bharon Kurland, Roaalyn .Marks, .luiii Newman, Morel*. trovlu, Burba a Pawllger, >..--ii.Ralken, Qlorla Sue Rogan, Ted Silver. klarcla Rplegi I, Bath Ml. of l'"t. Pierce, Larry ILuer>n h-' s'usiiaiim, Buddj Slengal, Nut.ilio Zall. Beth Sholoin. of Miami Qeach, frft Diener, Selene Davis, Linda Mass, fanlce Kaii>. Janet Katz, Gordon Kramer. Ellen Shapiro. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. IJIIKII Ilale, s-mya Alderman, Ronnie Alpein, S'uHHn Bain. Marc cinoy, Btu Gardner, Diane Jacobs, I'.ruce LangHen, Buay 'ebuw, Susan Lerner, Linla MalUngr, Janice Oser, Andy ItosenberK. Bue Rosenbenc. Hope Sherman, Nunry Sternsold, Melanie Wolff. Temple Israel -.f Greater Miami, Scott Bamei, Judy Becker, Susan Pegelman, Richard Fleiachman, Well Tanner. Anita Samel, Jill Weiner. Judy Zelenti. Temple Israel, -if West PaJm Beach, l,ee Abbott, Isabel .Viper, Arthur Goldman, Jay Jackmln, Susan Krleger, JanRothenbera, Temple Sinai, of North Miami. Judith Abel, Carole Blatt. Bonnie Bloom, Susan Brown, Benay Doreny, Arlene Sandier, CharlenWeiner. C^nt. Air-Cond. Ind. Cont ^r •V* ^\i BE XX L* N,W I01HII \t ROM WELL ^ -^ -—" Horn ABE On The Ocean ot 20th Street Dr. Irving Lehrman presents a special surprise gift to Mrs. Joseph Rose during the annual Thanksgiving tea held by the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-Q at the Fontaineblean Hotel. Mrs. Rose was designated Woman of the Month "for hei many years of devoted and dedicated service to the Sisterhood." Bonardi Named Democratic Club Meeting Joint Service At Tifereth Israel Temple Tifereth Israel was to host the Thanksgiving services traditionally held jointly by Grace Methodist Church and the synagogue on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Pulpit guest was to be Rev. James Roy. whose sermon is "Thank God for Our Common Heritage." The Grace Methodist Church choir was to participate in the Thanksgiving Day service. KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED $^50 Private Beach & Pool — Cabanai Ocean Front & Ocean View Rooms per day per pers. dbl. occ. Dec. 17, $8.50 10 of 105 Rooms Single Occ. $8.00 Dec. 17, $14 Other Rate* available. Salt, Sugar. Fat-free Diets. No Extra Chge. for Steaks,Roasts 'laj{boy Club. Chapter members ill model clolhs from Cynthia of (oral Gables. Mrs. Robert Purch is chairman of the afternoon. DAVE ROSNER & FAMILY INVITE YOU BACK FOR OUR OPENING DEC. 3 RESERVE NOW! 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+Jewlsli fhrk/i^r.
Friday, November 29^1963
Recipients of the Meqqido Award from the
American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Herbert S. Shapiro (left), Councilman Kenneth
Dka (center), Metro Commissioner Alex S. Gor-
don (second from right), are congratulated by
Jack S. Popick (right), president of the South
Florida Division of the Friends. Lionel R.
3auman (second from left). New York attorney
Gifts Committee
Now Forming For
Hebrew Univ.
Judge Kenneth Oka. chairman of
le Gifts aiu! Legacies Committee
1 the South Florida Division.
.mcrican Friends ot the Hebrew
Diversity, has announce.-: the For-
i ''.ion ol an enlarged committee
i undertake what he called the
jnfinished business of our gen-
ation."
Speaking before an assembly of
cater Miami attorneys. Oka em-
hasized the importance of be
- nest and insurance programs to
rovide for the future needs of the
rbrew University of Jerusalem.
Oka made grateful acknowledge
icnt of the existence of bequests
: "om residents of the Miami area,
" hich provide for scholarstiip
inds, dormitory rooms, research
i medicine and science and lib-
-iry study rooms.
Members of the committee, still
i formation, are Mrs. Ruth John
in Berger. Bette Baron Bernstein.
Barry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cy-
en, Martin Genet. Henry Gilbert,
ibraham I. Grunhut, Leonard
imball. Walter Kovner. Alfred
.-[reisler, Paul Kwitney. Joseph
lalek. Gershon Miller! Karl H.
loskowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Os-
. ar Rappaport. Josh Rephun.
.udge Harold Spaet. Barton S.
"dell, and Harry Zukernick. Hem-
ers of the national gifts and leg-
Cies committee who also serve
-n the local group are Alex S. Gor-
i on, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
udge Kenneth Oka and Harold S.
- hapiro.
"Gifts to the Hebrew Univer-
ity," Oka said, 'are gifts to the
.iturc of the State of Israel and
) the progress of Jewry and man-
Lnd throughout the world."
and national president of American Friends,
made the presentation before a gathering of
attorneys and expressed deep appreciation to
the four recipients "for their devoted efforts" as
members of the National Gifts and Legacies
Committee of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem. Not shown i Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, fourth committee member.
Dr. Irving Lehrman presents a special surprise gift to Mrs.
Joseph Rose during the annual Thanksgiving tea held by the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El at the Fontaineblean Hotel.
Mrs. Rose was designated Woman of the Month "for her many
years of devoted and dedicated service to the Sisterhood."
Bonardi Named Democratic Club Meeting
A business meeting for members
only will include election of of-
ficers to serve the Democratic
Club of Miami Beach in 1964.
Meeting is scheduled for Wednes-
day. 8:30 p.m.. in the Sea Isle
Hotel. President Wally Gluck will
conduct the meeting.
Singing Course
To be Offered
Harold Moran, director of Com-
I utility School, City Recreation
rogram. announces that a spec-
il course in singing, music, voice
mlture, breath-control and solfeg-
-io (sight-reading) will be conduct
ad by Cantor Hirsh Marchbcin
larbiny.
Classes are open to junior and
c>nior citizens and will be held
at Ida Fisher Junior High School
r.n Miami Beach every Monday
evening at 7:30 p.m.
Deauvilfie Maitre
Morris Lanfburgh. president of
Miami Beach's Associated Hotels,
has announced the appointment
of Bonardi as
Maitre d" of the
leauville Hotel's
Jasanova Room
light club.
Bonardi has
>een maitre d'
>f the Ameri
.-ana Hotel's Bal
Iasque Room
or several years,
and he became
BONARDI nationally famous
as the maitre d' of the Latin Quar-
ter when the nightclub was own-
ed and operated by Lou Walters.
Bonardi has spent 14 years as
a Miami Beach night club maitre
d\
lashion Show Scheduled
A fashion show will be present-!
d by Breath of Life Chapter.
C hildren's Asthma Research In-
'titute and Hospital at Denver,!
Mowing luncheon called for 11:30'
.ml on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the
rlajfboy Club. Chapter members
ill model cloths from Cynthia of
(oral Gables. Mrs. Robert Pur-!
j ch is chairman of the afternoon.
DAVE ROSNER & FAMILY
INVITE YOU BACK FOR
OUR OPENING DEC. 3
RESERVE NOW!
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Miami Beach
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Brochures A rates on request
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Wow For Dinner,
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Also Traditional
Friday Night Dinners
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Temple Youth Orientation Conclave
Is Hosted Here bv Judea Affiliate
Temple Judea Federation of
Temple Youth was host to an or
entation conclave Jivefl for thi
Greater Miami Federation ol Tern
pie Youth last weekend.
Over 100 boys and girls of scnio
high school age, representing nun
Temples in the South Florida area
attended.
Spec al guests during the w eek
end were Roy Walters. NFTi
dance instructor from New Or
leans, and Jimmy Schulman
Texas Oklahoma Federatio.i o
Temple Youth, song leader fion
San Antonio. Tex.
Members from host Temple Ju
dea, With Miss Ellen Helper, ad
visor, were Eric Balber. president
Llui-bara Abel, Kiindra Abel, Kiind
r. iH'kman. Ileus i "i i nhlum, M
Kdiuw, Lynda PVomkln, Marjorie (Sill
man, Marahn Ooldbern, Curoli ;-*>-
ii.ru. i lall ''" rdun, i Vrall. II.-, lit
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Beach ZOA
Fete Postponed
Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organization of America
has postponed its installation din-
ner dance scheduled for this Sun-
day at the Deauville Hotel due to
tbc period of national mourning
following the death ol President
Kennedj.
M. William Smith and William
Silverstein. dinner dance co-chair-
men, have announced thai a new
late for the alfair will be set in
January,
U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper, who
A/aS tO be guesl speaker, has
promised to address the January
dinner dance, according to Ben
Ciller, new1) elected president.
.,,. i,i, Kalian, rol vln, David
n. \, i..... II >blna, Michael II
ih !:.. I! a,:! s. UleVi
:. i Uln. vWlt in Rlfvi
Mai k Tafl
4uaan ,! '-' '
I..-I.I. \V< II.
luevtH from I > l"altl
Abel, Richard Abel, Jel fn Mbel,
Ellen Allachulli r, Nancj llrt. n,
Robin <' in nbl im, Paul l man,
.i.i. k loldvii In, Fran i Irons, Jai k
i lunthei llarbara Harrlao l"n
Kayi. Irene Hoffman, Htwran Kuilan I,
Itoaalj ii Mark* .1 u I Si >r.. M
n-ovlli, llarlw .-i PnwIUei '.-
telki n. ETIoi ': I Ti
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I'., Hi Bl, ol Ki ;.
tai k, AUi n 11.....
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Reth B|, hi IIoMvwihi \m\ Al r im.
Pad Cooper, llii In ra (1 unmnan, Bull
'. NuKi-ib ihh, l^l.in, h.
IliHhaum, Budil.\ .- .. .. Nul I
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I:. Hi Pholom, Miami [> h, Ira
11 ii, i. i i.i. ii.- I \ i-. Linda Hi.--.
fanlce K.iti'. .i.iii. K.ii/., Gordon
Kr.ini.-r. Bllen Sli iplro
Temple Kmanu-KI o h"t Land I
lale, s >n\ i am. i in.in. I:,.!!'',,- Alpccn,
-'i--,iii Bain, M.i- I'lnoy. Btu ilur.ii i
l>iain- Jacoba, i:i-i,.- Lancaan, Hua>
abow, buaan Lerner, I.In la atalllnu
er, Jiinli Over, An i> Rnaanbanjf, Pni
Ftonenbera;, Hope Sherman, Nanej
Sterngold, M.-lani. Wolff.
Temple l-ri.-i ,,r Qreater Miami,
s.-i.it Barnet, Juil> Becker, Suaan
FVg*elman, Richard r^elachman, Veil
Tanner, Anlia Samel, JIN #elner.
Judj '/ Ii I Ii
Temple l-ia, I, of W.-t i-.dm Bern li
i.. Abb..11 I- I,, i Alp. r, A r t h n r
Goldman, Jaj Jackmln, Huaan Kri*-
^i. Jan, Roth ill- i -
Tempi. Sinai, nf North Miami. Ju-
llth Ab i C rol. Bl ill Bonnie til >om,
in I r, n, II. nai l >or n). Ail. ne
Sandlei. Chai I, n- \\ Im r.
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On The Ocean ot 20lh Street
Private Beach & Pool Cabanas
Ocaan Fiont & Ocean View Rooms
Joint Service
At Tifereth Israel
Temple Tifereth Israel was to
host the Thanksgiving services
traditionally held jointly by Grace
Methodist Church and the syna-
gogue on Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
Pulpit guest was to be Kev
James Roy. whose sermon is
Thank God for Our Common
Heritage."
The Grace Methodist Church
choir was to participate in the
Thanksgiving Day service.
KOSHER
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INCLUDED
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v'V)U dbl. >.'
|/ Dec. 17. $8 50
10 ot 105 Rooms
Single Occ. S8.00
Dec. 17, $14
Other Ratet available
Salt, Sugar. Fat-free
Diete. No Extra Chge.
for Steaks.Roasts
4 Chops.
FREE: 21" TV. Radio eacn Rm.
Self-Parking .0,0ms hotel. Chaise
Lounges 4 Mats Orange Juice
Daily. Entertainment Nightly.
Many other features.
Ktligious
Serv. Daily
Full Time
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on Premises
Continental -jt Kosher Caterers
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All-Day Tax Seminar
Taxation Committee of the Dade
County Chapter of the Florida In
stitute of Certified Public Ac-
countants presented an ail-day
tax seminar al the Dupont Plaza
Hotel recently. Discussion lead-
ers were Laury Holts, Art Singer,
Al Anderson. Howard Learner and
Irving Wiener.
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Ft ?cxoe 4-B +Jmist fkridiati Friday. November 29. 1963 i" %  Dora, Hotel 5 aaflaj rivacaeas Kaj who was to marry Gerald ftatai Daj Beaaaing :ne bnde-elec: her prett> %  er Mrs Maun Moih A: r and ::' dM btateai Mrs Beraatd E::> Vetaaaaa San dee Lxi s mi Mr. Bar Zuckeranar. w h> Jeffrey Ler-.r: :.i! end of December -:s of the bnde here for tae Mr-Alexander and .> Bader of i er relates Mrs Lee Ger lln Fre; E and Mrs %  :-..:: i Edna Mrs i.zta Docc Saaa Pabch with her Mrs -:eir. Si* %  L • Landau. V %  1 arh IBM week n cert Uya PI GROVE rooeua :o be conducted bj her si eaenaaaed S:egLandau Performance ; i: Lam %  Dealer w-ill have Mr|.: \ ifcnea soloist The concert .): hold sentimental memories for Lor.e—just she played Grieg "s PI*DO CoBcertc with the Brooklyr. Ph.Iharmonia under her aa| rec-t \ed her -he mterm.: • • • ..:.-No* emery appropru:-.... for Bill riag He celebratealso :.:th year as food and bevof the Deauville Hotel ;the same monih Dariag the Tea:.*-;....-, holiGould L %  ataa %  :. Bad himKU •;:;..>• .-..rrounded B] -. rr.bers of r..> :. ter Be*:> B. T-. i interior Sibi;:.R I ;.-M. anc i famirj circle r :.-.-. r i: three Miam: Beachite Dora > FOUR GENERATIONS GATHER FOR NAMING OF JOHN RUDNICK John Rudnick Naming at Fete For 75 Guests Mrs. Inez Srabo Knight. R.N., a nigh: nurse ct Cedars of Lebanon Hosp.-.c: receives the Golden Godmother Award from Preside--. Harry L Lewis for her support of the buuding fund. 5r.e r.ns enccwed a hassle: m the new maternity wing. In ceremonies bald this week ct the hospital she was decorated wrth the traditional Godmother s gold disc studded w-.tb rwo -.•-•-. %  • .• r ests were ;. t the home ol Hi and Mrs Edward Rudnick, 9W" SW 56th Ter trbj Mu ro named their first child. MM .':.-.H -Rodi u k ITa catered -• on Sunday. Oct. 27. set on 1 patio and served with blue cJoths (o for the ...:_ %  blue candle ait* silver ,. eh ei Haten pai parents are Mr and Mrs Dr-id A HesE .. {real Mr and Mrs. Abe K:".r ri't .Mrs Flore-ce Rudnick Greatis Mrs Samuel ShnbH All grand part.-.:.are local residents, and the baby's mother. gTancmotbt •> aad ;recii-grandrnother each wore an orchid corsage Homecoming Honors Dr. Weil Dear. Emeritus Joseph Weil, ol the College of Engineering at the University of Florida, was honored or. Homecomir.g Day at the Gainesville campus Homecomir.g was named Joseph Weil Day as a tribatc to the man who has brought recognition and fame to the Uni f Florida. Dr Weil :s a founder of the th Florida Chapter of th< American Tec .-aed •1 at the the rdo a detailed study %  Stal eartthaaki Dr Weil s el %  •••• %  [ Godparer. .' of the child. Mr and Mr-. HSUT) H. Mogel. of the Morton Tov.ers on Miami Beach, long-time frends of the family, also attended the celebration in honor of the birth of the new mother, former Louise Hess HighrfgW I Inc morninj from Mr-. Rudnick s er. Jay H> --. attendins m< Baetrr.^; :r f: fJha ;_-cess a tne lltk annual luncheon r: -..-.e -rTmre: BaaaauiJj ha %  BdUe Boc are -k ngbi Mrs. Irvine F^?^ nres,oenat ttae Shan Dai Mrs Mhjoa Biurr. paaf i prcTrrBBolBalBBJ icunes Albert nre= the Cancer ^ %  tone arc !^.rs Hexmcn 9ea. iuncheon chairman Mrs Mfllor. Srn::-us ncanec "A'ccrcr. cc '/no: at the luncheon -TIC tribute tc the late Florence Nadie: pjoneer jecce: o: toe Cancer Insttmne 'Paradise Isle' On Miami Beach • ter the a pearance Man •Island of Par: ..-. I Miami B. row and-maker ;> preskh er. Mlaau Beach Associated Ho:,.Lansburch a: A million doUan has Saxony H Para-i>Be." aad fa \ %  • Medico/ Ceafer Party hi school and doing research in tbPhilippines John's father is an acco--: I and Mrs R"dnick is a tapcher the Dade County school (jrsU MrDavid He


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[Friday, November ^9, 19G3 .* Jlrwicf. FMrrUHK^nn Page 11-3 Mrs. Louis Merwitzer (right) receives congratulations from standing (left to right) Sam Reinhard. Jacob Cohen and Harry Gnet. Seated are Mrs. Reinhard (left), and Mrs. Genat. The Reinhards and Genets are co-founders of the Hebrew Academy and leaders in the campaign to sell 1.600 tickets for the Academy's dinner Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Cohen will be honored at the dinner. Academy Hopes To Go Over 1.600 Attendance A -i" lal meeting ot the com mittee making arrangements for the 16th annual scholarship


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i. c I : M -! U I o b n •: \ v I | V I p u c 1 %  r t V Page 10-B +Jewlsli fhrk /i^r. Friday, November 29^1963 Recipients of the Meqqido Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Herbert S. Shapiro (left), Councilman Kenneth Dka (center), Metro Commissioner Alex S. Gordon (second from right), are congratulated by Jack S. Popick (right), president of the South Florida Division of the Friends. Lionel R. 3auman (second from left). New York attorney Gifts Committee Now Forming For Hebrew Univ. Judge Kenneth Oka. chairman of • le Gifts aiu! Legacies Committee 1 the South Florida Division. .mcrican Friends ot the Hebrew Diversity, has announce.-: the Fori ''.ion ol an enlarged committee i undertake what he called the jnfinished business of our genation." Speaking before an assembly of cater Miami attorneys. Oka emhasized the importance of be nest and insurance programs to rovide for the future needs of the rbrew University of Jerusalem. Oka made grateful acknowledge icnt of the existence of bequests : "om residents of the Miami area, •" hich provide for scholarstiip inds, dormitory rooms, research i medicine and science and lib-iry study rooms. Members of the committee, still i formation, are Mrs. Ruth John in Berger. Bette Baron Bernstein. Barry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cyen, Martin Genet. Henry Gilbert, ibraham I. Grunhut, Leonard imball. Walter Kovner. Alfred .-[reisler, Paul Kwitney. Joseph lalek. Gershon Miller! Karl H. •loskowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Os. ar Rappaport. Josh Rephun. .udge Harold Spaet. Barton S. "dell, and Harry Zukernick. Hemers of the national gifts and legCies committee who also serve -n the local group are Alex S. Gori on, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, udge Kenneth Oka and Harold S. hapiro. "Gifts to the Hebrew Univerity," Oka said, 'are gifts to the .iturc of the State of Israel and %  ) the progress of Jewry and manLnd throughout the world." and national president of American Friends, made the presentation before a gathering of attorneys and expressed deep appreciation to the four recipients "for their devoted efforts" as members of the National Gifts and Legacies Committee of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Not shown i Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, fourth committee member. Dr. Irving Lehrman presents a special surprise gift to Mrs. Joseph Rose during the annual Thanksgiving tea held by the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El at the Fontaineblean Hotel. Mrs. Rose was designated Woman of the Month "for her many years of devoted and dedicated service to the Sisterhood." Bonardi Named Democratic Club Meeting A business meeting for members only will include election of officers to serve the Democratic Club of Miami Beach in 1964. Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.. in the Sea Isle Hotel. President Wally Gluck will conduct the meeting. Singing Course To be Offered Harold Moran, director of ComI utility School, City Recreation rogram. announces that a specil course in singing, music, voice mlture, breath-control and solfeg-io (sight-reading) will be conduct ad by Cantor Hirsh Marchbcin larbiny. Classes are open to junior and c>nior citizens and will be held at Ida Fisher Junior High School r.n Miami Beach every Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. Deauvilfie Maitre Morris Lanfburgh. president of Miami Beach's Associated Hotels, has announced the appointment of Bonardi as Maitre d" of the leauville Hotel's Jasanova Room light club. Bonardi has >een maitre d' >f the Ameri .-ana Hotel's Bal %  Iasque Room or several years, and he became BONARDI nationally famous as the maitre d' of the Latin Quarter when the nightclub was owned and operated by Lou Walters. Bonardi has spent 14 years as a Miami Beach night club maitre d\ lashion Show Scheduled A fashion show will be present-! •d by Breath of Life Chapter. C hildren's Asthma Research In'titute and Hospital at Denver,! %  Mowing luncheon called for 11:30' .ml on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the rlajfboy Club. Chapter members ill model cloths from Cynthia of (oral Gables. Mrs. Robert Pur! j ch is chairman of the afternoon. DAVE ROSNER & FAMILY INVITE YOU BACK FOR OUR OPENING DEC. 3 RESERVE NOW! OAVIO ROSNER S TERM/ HOIfl P001 CMMAJ IW% Alt C0H0 t MAUD Dietary Laws Strictly Observed [CONSTANT lAltlNICAl UIPEtVISION MASHCIACH ON PREMISE! On the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach Call UN 6-0121 Brochures A rates on request %  ASHCUOt RitzPlaza MTU root IH1H CUM • NOW OPEN "AT THE RITZ" Make four Reservations Wow For Dinner, A Week-Ene' or longer Sfay. Also Traditional Friday Night Dinners CALL TODAY Ph. 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Friday, November 29, 1963 *. ITMVCI > ntr.rHi(HH Page ll-A Maurice Samuel to Address JNF Council; Aviva Halaban Due in Musical Program World-renowned author Maurice development and growth of Me t Samuel will bo guest speaker at Ami since its dedication a year V an annual dinner of the Jewish ago this month, when some 40 National Fund Council of GreatGreater Miami JNF leaders / I er .Miami scheduled for Dec 8 at wer.t to Israel to attend the the Fontainebleau Hotel. event. MAUfffCE SAMUtL Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF Council, said that the dinner will highlight Greater Miami's sponsorship of .Me Ami, twin city of this community now being erected on the Jordan border in Israel He said that some 1.C00 persons are expected to attend the event. One of the features of the dinner will be a report on the Israel Ambassador Raphael to Speak At Dinner Tribute for Jacob Rifkin Here Israel Ambassador Gideon Raphael will be guest speaker at a champagne dinner banquet on the phird night of Chanuka, Thursday. Dec. 12. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Sponsors of the event are the business and Professional Coun|il tor KupBI Holim here. Guest p{ honor will be Jacob Rifkin, treasurer of the Greater Miami Council. Rifkin will receive the HistaIdrut Man of the Year Award in [recognition of his "outstanding [efforts on behalf of the Greater Miami Medical Center in Jeersheba." I in addition to the citation, a libute will be paid to Rifkin by stadrut. which will name the ly-iotherapy Department of the ^•dical center in his honor. Conruction of the $400,000 project is .11 underway. the Greater Miami Business <1 Professional Council is conbuting $200,000 toward the ccuwith Histadrutlsrael contriving the balance Hairman of the Dec. 12 funcwill be William Bornstein. Anna Brenner Meyers is Irman of the local council. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual ler of Temple Beth Sholom, co|rman. ibassador Raphael is currentjrving as deputy director-genof the Ministry for Foreign Irs in Israel. He emigrated Irael from Berlin in 1034, ami la member of a kibbutz until During 1939-42, he served the Haganah. charge of the Political DeIment of the Jewish Agency OPENS SATURDAY, NOV. 30 ITS A FACT! THE GREATEST ACTION, THRILLS AND EXCITEMEN" Admission^ From FOR RESERVATIONS: MIAMI 945 -434S FT. LAUDERDALE t HOLLYWOOD 923-1511 %  USES: MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH 373 6371 HOME OF THE ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAIALAI 50 Sorry No Minors 0 Musical entertainment at the Dec. 8 dinner here will feature Aviva Halaban, noted Israeli singer, in a program of folk music trom her land. A devoted Zionist, Maurice Samuel lived in Israel from 1929 to 1989, and has frequently revisited since then. He is a noted translator into English of such noted Jewish writers as Chaim Nachman Biahk. I. J, Singer, Y. L. I'crctz and Sholem Asch. A world traveler, he has traveled extensively and appeared in the lecture platforms of important Jewish communities everywhere. In 1944, the Saturday Review of Literature awarded Samuel a priie for his book, "The World of Sholom Aleichem." lie has also received the Stephen Wise Award of the American Jewish Congress 'tor Ins outstanding contributions to Jewish culture and education over three decades." Other of Samuel'works include •Prince of the Ghetto." "Harvest in the Desert." "The Second Crucifixion" and "The Professor and the Fossil," a refutation of the anti-Zionist theories of the noted historian, Arnold Tovnbee. AMBASSADOR RAPHAU since 1943, Raphael was involved in the preparation of the Jewish case for the Nuremberg war crimes trial. In 1946, Ambassador Raphael was a member of the Jewish Agency mission to the Ago-American Commission of Palestine Inquiry. He was also a member of the Jewish Agency mission to UNSCOP in 19-.7. Following i'"' establishment of the State of Israel, the Ambassador was appointed to Israel's delegation to the United Nations. In 1956, he left this post to represent his country as Ambassador to Belgium and Luxemburg. Visit the fabulout STARLIGHT ROOF America's Smartest Supper Club for Superb Dining and Delightful Dancing to MAL MALM His Piano and His Orchestra COMPLETE DINNERS from $ 5.50 Vi'iil the Starlight Roof for a ffn\'lacu'f West Germany which he un< took as a guest of the Bonn G I ernment. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THI iEWISH WEEKLY 36 — Number 48 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 29, 1963 Two Sections — Price lion Mourns Death of President Kennedy PRESIDENT LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON Takes Up Difficult Task OPPOSED ONE-SIDED SANCTIONS NEW YOHK—(JTA)—Jews throughout the United States Monday joined the national Day of Mourn ing for the assassinated President Jchn F. Kennedy Synagogue! and temples throughout the country ere open for prayers for the repose of Mr. Kennedy's soul and tor Qod'a guidance to the country's new Chief Executive, President Lyndon B. Johnson. Throughout the weekend. Sabbath services were conducted in memoriam and, in many Jewish houses of worship, entire congregations, swelled by unusually large attendance, recited the kaddish in tribute to the late Mr. Kennedy. The Synagogue Council of America, central organ of Orthodox, Reform and Conservative rabbinical and lay Jewish religious organizations in the country, had called on all Jews to join in fhe prayers in their houses of worship. At the same time, the New York Board of Rabbis, an organization that includes more than SOO New York rabbis of all denominations, had also called on all synagogues and temples to conduct special memorial services. Statements expressing the Jewish community's grief, all laudatory of Mr. Kennedy's leadership toward peace and brotherly understanding, were issued by all major Jewish organizations on the national and local levels. Many important events scheduled by various Jewish organizations were either canceled or postponed. Two outstanding events involving the appearances of both Mr. Kennedy or former Vice President Johnson changed their programs Mr. Kennedy had been scheduled to deliver the principal address on the evening ol Dec. 5 before PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY In Memoriam: 1917-1963 JOHNSON-tSHKOL EXCHANGE OF LETTERS )hnson Acquired Reputation Important Friend of Israel iHINGTON — (JTA) — Pre* Lyndon B. Johnson has asi office with the reputation 1 .iSenate Majority Leader Vice President for consisndship for the State of IsWashington observers comtiiin Monday, in his attitude Israel, with former PresHarry S. Truman who first %  recognition to the new I 1948. I ihnson exerted his power jte Majority Leader on be Israel in a number of crisis Mis most memorable I action took place in Feb1957, when the Eisenhower •tration threatened Israel nitive sanctions. The White s then exerting what Sen. i •; considered "one-sided" ire on Israel to withdraw i Sinai peninsula. r. Johnson summoned his tufftur and drove to the White A heated session ensued. Johnson bluntly informed tscdent Eisenhower that the ato would not approve ecoiic sanctions against Israel. outspoken Texan told the ft Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and former United Nations delegate Henry Cabot Lodge that their threats to impose sanctions on Israel were unwise and unfair. He was Continued on Page 5-A the annual dinner in New York Of the American Committee lor the Weizmann Institute of Science. President Johnson had been scheduled to appear for opening remarks Monday night at the annual "Night of Stars" conducted for the benefit of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. That event altered its program into a memorial tribute to Mr. Kennedy. Instead of the 10,000 Continued on Page 8-A Israel Reacts With Shock To Tragic Loss of U.S. Chief Shazar Heads Delegation To JFK Funeral Services WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Israel's President Zalman Shazar and Mrs Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, participated Monday in the formal funeral services for the late President Kennedy. Mr. Shazar came here by El Al .Vrlmes plane from Israel on Sun dav night, and was scheduled to return to Israel Tuesday night. He was met upon arrival at the airport here bv Secretary of State Dean Rusk. After the funeral services. Mr. Shazar and Mrs. Meir were among other foreign heads of state and leading diplomats received by President Lyndon Johnson. They were also received byMrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. During the obsequies. President Shazar and. Mrs. Meir attended the pontifical requiem mass for. President Kennedy at St. Matthew's Cathedral here The Israeli President headed a delegation of four, including, in addition to Mrs. Meir. Israel's Ambassador to Washington. Avraham Harman. and Ran Ranon, the Is raeli Embassy's military attache here. Monday night, both President Shazar and Mrs. Meir attended a Continued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM (JTA— All of Israel on Monday mourned the death of United States President John F. Kennedy. The Knesset, Israel's Parliament, held a special commemorative session, heard a eulogy by Acting President Kadish Luz, and adjourned. At the synagogues here, services were conducted by Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nis.-im. with the eulogy by Dr. Zorach Warhattig. Israel's Minister for Religious Atfairs. El Mole Rachmim was recited. From all governmental buildings on all levels, national and local, flags flew at half-mast. All official functions, and many of un unofficial nature, were canceled, as Israel officially observed a three-day period of mourning dacreed at a special meeting of the Cabinet. Messages of condolence had been sent immediately alter news ot Mr. Kennedy's assassination had been received by President Zalman Shazar, who flew later to Washington to attend the funeral; by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol; and by former Prime Minister David Ben Gunon. Mr Eshkol. in a cable to President Johnson, said: "The Government and people of Israel, and I personally, are shocked and deeply grieved by the tragic and dastardly assassination of President John FitzContinued on Page 6-A addened Miami Prays for Departed Executive Ireatcr Miami Jewry joined; nation this week in mourning, tragic assassination of Prcsi-' John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Tex., last Friday. ands of Jews throughout community attended special in synagogues here as the r to the late President, Babies Johnson, declared day a national Day of MournOver Hie weekend, spiritual leaders reported far heavier than usual attendance at Sabbath services after word hit • stunned Greater Miami that President Kennedy had been shot to death by *n assassin's bullet. In a special message mourning the President's passing, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, declared: "It seems a rather painful coincidence that the murder of our beloved President Kennedy should take place so near the centennial anniversary of the assassination of President Lincoln, in whose j dedicated path he nobly walked. "President Kennedy began his term in office by declaring: 'Ask not what your country can do for you, but rather what you can do for your country.' He was cut down in midterm by himself giving to his country the most he had—his life. "As Jews, our grief is a very real and personal one. For the President's life was so close to all the sacred principles for which Judaism stands. He was Continued on Page S-A TACUARA DAY? Blast Rocks Buenos Aires Kehilla Offices BUENOS AIRES — (JTA' — A tremendous predawn explosion directly in iront of the main gate I the Buenos Aires Kehilla offices, rocked the building and Mattered windows for a block 1 round the area this week. The blast tore a yard-wide hole in the pavement. There were no persons in the area at the time of the blast. The street in front of the building, which also houses the headquarters of the DA1A, the central body of Argentine Jews, -iimed an ocean of broken glass in the early light, when people reported for work in the morning. In New York, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, cabled the two organisations expressing indignation over the bombing and voiced the hope that the "Argentine authorities will react with strongest Continued on Pa.ge 16-A



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Friday, November 29. 1963 +Jcist ncrkfi&n Page 7-B JWV Auxiliary National President Will Be Hosted at Variety ot Functions Here Nate Kaplan, of Philadelphia, national president. Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, will be here thi> weekend to adDepartment of Florida meeting. • : Mrs Kaplan's firs! Miami will begin .n Friday morning with a visit the C iral Gables Veterans Hospital I by VAVS represenReba Brown and Mrs. ine, hospital chairIr. the afternoon, department Shown beside one oi the collection boxes end with flyers end posters going into Greater Miami Jewish Sunday Schools are Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin left-, president oi the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Sheldon Slote, Section Ship-a-Box chairman. Children of the Sunday Schools will brine; in work and play materials for the children of Israel on Dec. 1 and 8. Nat'! Council of Jewish Women's Meeting Will Highlight Ship-a-Box Program The eight div;-: the '"treat€>r Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will meet on Wednesday, with the "Spirit c hanuka" UM the Tin-' sal I Mr* >d R. Rubin S dent. ts "S B'\ i-h Education and thi %  S da] of Greater Miami. Council sends plaj e iucational and work s to the preschool children of Israel and all fund> collected by tlit divis are used for shipping UM • items. and to purchase educational and playground items for the handily capped children oi 1-r. • • Bay Division, M: Charles Fisher, president, will meet at the Balmoral Hotel. 1230 pm Mrs Arthur Welder. Ship-a-Box chairman, will pre>ent a program entitled "The Ship-a-Box StoryMrFisher has made a flower arrangement to be given to a lucky gu< -" Coral Division, MrIrving Wexler president will meet at Hillel House. l'.OO Miller Dr. at 12:30 pm for a Ship-a-Box luncheon buffet. Ea< will donate a to> for Council • Ship-aBox program. Cardand gai follow lunch Evening Division. MrErnest Andich. president, will meet • LS pm at • Tast. e Inn i Miami A Program nder the direction of .ed Hooraj I am an Angi Indian Creek D'v.sion, tin Michael Mersel. president, will meet .-.• th Venetian Isle Motel. • 12 Mrs. Sheldon Slote. B a ii man. w ill r UM film, "In Cai Is and I the balance '• %  I 1 Isl*n.i Division, MrI>..\:: a noon luncheon at the home ol Mrs Mat17 N Hibisc is Dr ; -ill go to Council's Ship-a-Box program, which will theme of Mrs Sheldon Slote s talk A card party will : Judge Barad Will Address Farband Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband will hold a regular meet.ng on Tuesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Auditorium. Normandy Isle. Instructions will be given to President Moe Levin and Aaron Katz, delegates elected to attend • he national Farband convention to be held in New York City on Dec 2-4 Gue-t speaker will be Judge Frederick N. Barad. whose topic A HI be •"Capital Punishment" Hosts for the evening are Mr. jnd Mrs Sam Offenhencen. child welfare chairman. Mrs Sylvia Phillips, will conduct the na tional president on a tour School, and in the evening MrKaplan will I d at Temple Adath Yeshurun, during servici conducted h) Rabbi .lohan E Cap Ian ami at I Shabbat to follow An 11 a.m. brunch at the Dil ido Hotel or. S. being chaii ed by Mrs Billie Kern and will have a program of entertainment. On Sunday a: 3 a.m.. Abe Borrow itz Auxiliary 682 will host coffee and danish at the Unified Bids 2300 NE 171st St. Quarterly meeting conducted by President Mrs. Bernard Wander will follow In addition to the message delivered by Mrs. Kaplan, chairmen will give reports on activities and future plans of the Auxiliary. Daughter of North Miami Beach residents Mr and Mrs. Simon Blumberg. Mrs. Kaplan is a graduate of Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania. She served as a statistician in the U.S. Agricultural Department. in the Quartermaster Corps and in the U.S. Air Force. She was cited in World War II for outstanding services on behalf of the War Bond Program. MBS. NATC KAPLAN Musaf Group At Beth Sholem Rabbi Morten MaUv-ky. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, rnnounces that a musaf sroup for post-Bar Mitzvah students has been organized under the directu n of Cantor Ernest Steiner. IraugurattHs the program this week, junior cantor on Saturday will be Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hockn an. Hockman is membership chairman of the K Garden Club Will See Performance "Beaut> and the Feast" will be i U d > the Mt. S::;ai Gari n Club n Monday noon at the Miami Beach Garden Center and Conservat Following 8 board meeting conducted by President Mrs Alex Gordon at 10:30 a.m.. Mrs. Hank Meyer, program chairman, will introduce Marten Goldstrohm. of Scheherezade Flowers and Art Demonstration of candle and holiday arrangements for Chanuka will be given. W >otv &*** icau 0 Lincoln Division, Mrs. Eiias Cohen, president, will meet at 12:30 p.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel. A book review by Mrs. Herzl Honor will start the program, and a card party will tollow Ship-a-Box will be featured during the meeting. Attracts VIP'S /0S Track Opening Shores Division, Mrs. Burton Goldberg, president, will meet for noon luncheon at We.-tview Country Club. 2601 NW 119th St. Shores" children's chorus. Abby Goldberg. Laurie and Penny Wallach. and Cathy and .laney Kramer, will be ire of an original presentation by Mr-. Kurt Wallach. •"From Arbor to Harbor."' depicting Counrerseaj program • • Sooth Dde Division, Mrs Arthur Gilbert, president, will meet 9.30 a m at the Holiday Inn. 1350 S uth Dixie Hwy. Program will feature the South Dade Playerin a dramatization. %  Light of Hope." Optional luncheon will follow with an accessories fashow from Burdine's with promodels. Mrs Richard Helfman is luncheon chairman. J. Samuel Perlman. publisher of the Racing Forum and Telegraph, was to have a party of 45 Thursday for luncheon in the Turf Club as the 1963-64 South Florida racing season began at Tropical. Others who were to dine in the chic Turf for a day at the races. Atty and Mrs. Jack Abbott of Miami Beach, who met on opening day at Tropical 15 years ago; Morns •Mickey'" Rosner. whose horse. Oil Strike, did quite well for several years: and Metro Commislioner Tom Sasso. with a party of four Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, and Mrs Stanford were to head a large party of university ofticials. since this was to be a charity day benefiting the school's scholarship fund. 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Pag#> 12-A +Jewish tkx-Mfan Friday. Novmbr.29. 1353 Conservative Movement Seeks Clarifying of Ideals ...... N.Y. —>-etin of a-crie*of "response" on to officiate at Jewish ceremonies followed by non-kosher meals KIAMESMA LAKE. (JTA) — A proposal that a specquestions of Jewish law ial committee be formed to helpl the Conservative movemeat clarify its philosophy and present a series of recommendations in rrtual practices "taking into consideration the conditions and envir-i onments of our time," was ap The 1.400 cMesates approved a rnolutien oriog the 7*7 member congregation* "to rtrntmbw taiet simplicity in funeral practices is the H-ecHtto n of the Jewish faith and that the dignity ef the dead and of the bereaved proved here by the United Syriamoorne,, dictate, the .liming I ^^^^^ cTosing laws as %  !" f America. 'Sen •' ostentation." It r.ed %  a^ntrJsion on religious freedom The resolutions urged on rabbis and congregations to assert the "primacy and priority" of the synagogues' financial, social, cultural and representational needs on all levels of Jewish community life. They also adopted a resolution gogue of America. The suggestion was made byGeorge Maislen. newly-reelected president of the organization at its 50th anniversary convention. He proposed that the joint committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly undertake preparation and publi Beach Couple Join Founders Of Med Center Mr and Mrs. Nathan Nash have become founders of the Kupat Holim Medical Center now being trected in Beersheba. Israel. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Chairman, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chairman of the Greater Miami Business and Professional Committee for Kupat Holim, announced a SI.000 gift from the Miami Beach couple this week. The medical center is a project cf the Greater Miami Committee, which has undertaken to underwrite it< erection in the sum of some $250,000. Mr. and Mrs. Nash live half the year in Israel and the rest of the time in Miami Beach, where they are active in Israel Bands, Combined Jewish Appeal and Jewish Home for the Aged. member congregations to "invest the ritual" of burial "with the request which only the simplicity inherent in our tradition can invoke." and welcomed legislation passed in some states exempting persons observing Saturday as their Sabbath. They commended the late President Kennedy for his "farThe convention also called upon reaching proposals on immigra' en ^'-nagogue regions to suption" urging the elimination of port rabbis declining invitations discrimination based on the quota Rabbi Shapiro To be Heard First session of senior high school course at Beth David Congregation will be given on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro as discussion leader. Theme of the course, open to high school juniors and seniors, is "Growth in Religion—As We Develop into Adulthood." MIT. AND MKS. NASH tributed a medical clinic at Klar Chassidim near Haifa, which was dedicated in their presence. ShortTwo years ago. the couple con-j iy after that, they presented a I gift to Israel Histadrut to underwrite four scholarships in the Histadrut vocational training program. David Pinski Oneg Shabbat David Pinski Folk School Oneg Shabbat on Friday, 8 p.m.. will be held at the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave. Principal of the school, Louis Lasavin, will speak on "Biblical Personalities," and Jacob Fishman will lead a community sing. Humorist Philip Nashkin will also participate in the evening program. Max Astor is president. Med Student Wins UM Award Phi LambJ a Kappa Medical Fraternity has awarded to Brian Meringoff, junior medical student at the University Oi Miami School pecial assembly meeting at Jackson Memorial Hopita!. GELB MONUMENTS INC. 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They also urged the U.S. Government to ratify the Genocide Convention adopted by the United Nations in 1948. In another resolution the delegates urged Conservative Jews to participate in the "crucial nationwide campaign for full civil rights and equal opportunity for Negroes." The sterna*., spiritual liquidation, is something we must not allow. Injustice any* where is a threat to justice everywhere. Injustice to any p t opi e is a threat to justice for all people—and even though I live in the United States and even though I happen to be an America.". Negro I cannot stand idly by and fail to be concerned about the fate <>i my brothers and sisters who happen to be Jews in Soviet Russia. What happens to them, happens to me and to you and we must all be concerned." MAKE THIS niAMKA SPECIAL WITH A GIFT FROM REPHUTTS For the largest selection of Israeli and Domestic Chanuka Menorahs and Decorations, Books, Toys, Records. 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fnday. November 29, 1963 vJemisli Fk>rkfiair) Page 3-B Hadassah Groups Plan Meetings •Tup in Miami Beech Chapter of Had h Renanah Group, will held a bruncheon and millinery fashion show in honor of Henrietta Szold Day on Tuesday, 10 a.m., in the Jordan Marsh Gulf Stream Restaurant. Renanah Group members who will model hats are 'stending! Mesdames living Cypen. Milter. Grayson, Allen Ross and Seymour Eisenberg. Seated are Mesdames Paul Plotkin, Shermau Fast, president, and Waiter Lebowitz. Not shown is Mrs. Robert Magoon. Invocation will bo giver, by Mrs. Fred Zisquit, and musical selections will be offered at the piano by Mrs. Ben Ball. Hadassah Sabbath to be Obesrved Here In Tribute to Founder Henrietta Szold i iver a half century of progress by Hadassah will bo observed at Hadassah sabbath on Friday, Dec. 6. and Saturday, Dec. 7. by synagogues and temple* in Miami. The observance will be in tribute to Henrietta Szold, the founder of Hadassah. Known for its humanitarian (program in healing, teaching and medical research, Hadassah also concentrates on child rescue. \o It's mechayehdige!' Chef Boy-Ar-Dee could have used the Italian superlative, "buonissimo", to describe the flavor of his Marinara Sauce but decided that "mechayehdige" would make you *"'• grier for a taste of it. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Marinara Sauce It's an all purpose sauce for turning ordinary dishes into a feast of real Italian flavor— for fish, stews, omelet, spaghetti, rice and macaroni dishes. Rich puree of tomato, olive oil, onions and herbs, slowly simmered for perfect taste. Keep plenty on hand. cational education, social welfare, and land redemption in Israel. Henrietta Szold was instrumental, through Youth Aliyah. in the rescue of many thousands of children from hostile landby bring ing them safely to Israel. Among the rabbis and con tions to observe Hadassah Sabbath are Rabbis Johan E. Caplan. Temple Adath Yeshurun; Herbert Baumgard. Beth Am: Simon April, Beth Moshe; Max Shapiro. Beth Kodesh: Morris Skop, Beth Shirah; Nathan Zwitman, B'nai Abraham; S. Machtel, B'nai Sholom; Max Lipschitz, Beth Tor ah; Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael I!..bbis David Rosentcld. Flagler-Granada; E. T. Swirsky, Israelite Center; A. Levitan. Chavat Sholom; Samuel April. Or Olm; Mordecai I'odet. Temple Judea; Daniel Lowy, Temple Sinai; Hershel Brooks. Temple Zamora; Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion; Henry Wernick, Tiferth Israel; and Zevi Greenwald. Southwest Center. Speakers from the ranks of Hadassah will include Mrs. Norman Chasio, Mrs. Henry Gillman. Mrs. Ann Goldberg. Mrs. George Katzman and Mrs Michael Kropp. Mrs Samuel Frommer and Mrs Norman Jones are co-chairmen tori Haddassah sabbath. I. R. Goodman Group Ol Hadassah "ii Miami Beach will hold a earn party al the Bel Aire Hotel on Saturda\ evening. Proceeds go to the Youth Aliyah arm nt\ Mrs. Harold Cowan, Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, Mr and Mrs. Ira Druckman, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin. 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Women's Club Installs Officers Dr. Irving Lehrman will be installing officer at the Morton Towers North Women's Club luncheon to be held Sunday in the Fontaine Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Slate is headed by Mrs. Harry Samuels, president; Mrs. Bennet Waxier and Mrs. Julius Levinsky. vice presidents; Mrs Sophia Hershcy. treasurer; Mrs. Morris Stalberg and Mrs. Eugene D. Kahn. secretearies. Entertainment following the installation will include Harvey Bell and Jody, with the music of Michael Selka and his orchestra. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Eu^ gene D. Kahn. On Friday. Dec. 6. members of the club will leave for a threeday visit to Nassau on the SS Ba1 hama Star. 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1964. Important Jewish holidays to 1H70. For free copy write to H. J. Heinz Company, Dept. 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Mrs. Louis Merwitzer (right) receives congratulations from
standing (left to right) Sam Reinhard. Jacob Cohen and Har-
ry Gnet. Seated are Mrs. Reinhard (left), and Mrs. Genat.
The Reinhards and Genets are co-founders of the Hebrew
Academy and leaders in the campaign to sell 1.600 tickets
for the Academy's dinner Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Cohen
will be honored at the dinner.
Academy Hopes
To Go Over
1.600 Attendance
A -i" lal meeting ot the com
mittee making arrangements for
the 16th annual scholarship r.cr n[ the Greater Miami Hebrew
Acauemy will meet sun ay morn-
ing Die B at the Miami Beach
school to complete plans for the
Jan. 5 affair at the Deauville
Hotel.
Jacob Cchen, Miami Beach
hi leiman and philanthropist, will
be honored at Ihe $l00-a-couple
fete in benefit of the Souths only
Hebrew day school of fenny com-
plete elementary and junior high
school curricula.
Leonard Rosen, general chair-
man of the dinner, said it is prob-
able that the attendance goal ot
1,60ft persons will be increased at
the Dec. 8 meet ins because ot the
unprecedented early sale ol tick-
ets."
He praised associate chairman
Maurice Rsviti and B. I. Binder
and co-chairmen Joseph Cohen
and J. A. Cantor for spearhead-
ing initial efforts to organize
the strongest dinner committee
in Academy history.
Rabbi Alexander A Gross, prin-
cipal, said efforts to secure an in-
ternationally-noted guest speaker
"are virtually complete. This will
be our greatest dinner yet. '
Harry Genet and Samuel Rein-
hard. pace-setting ticket chairmen.
said more than 80 persons are
actively working on the dinner
now, -and the number will be in-
creased in the days and weeks
ahead."
New Year's
Committee Set
... *
Temple Zamora Brothcrh.
planning the temple's annual v
,. party and dance, I
appointed the following to n
:n the committee:
Rubin Lederman. chairman,
thur Dcutseh, Irving Simons, u IS
Charter, Hilberl Leavitt, star.
Silvern, I.cn Honig, Dr. Mich )
Fiedler. Hard I .Shuir.au, Isai t
Kussner. Morris Moskowitz I
David Kivcl.

Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Carlton Blake. Benjamin
Duckman. chairman, Mark Wallace, Irvinq Weinqroff, and
Murray Shaw. Bottom row (left to right) are Mesdames Eu-
gene Schwarz, ways and means vice president; Louis Cohen;
Henrietta Fine, president; and Louis Stallman. Not shown
are Mesdames Louis Gold and Hany Glasser.
'Eternal Light' Luncheon Set
Net Tamid Sisterhood will hold
Its seventh annual "Eternal Light
luncheon on Wednesday, Dec 11,
at noon m the Starlight Roof of
the Doral Beach Hotel.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will include Kay lec Jones, sons
Stylist, Bill Bernardo, situation
Doral Signs Damila Jo
Jean s. Softs, executive direc-
tor of the Doral Beach Hotel, an-
nounced the signing <'f Damito
jo, top swing singer, for the Shell
Lounge during Ihe holiday season
Danuto Jo's engagement runs
from Dee. 21 through New Years
Eve Louis Varona an I his Latin
rhythms will also be featured al
the popular Beach spot.
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AIT BRUNS, Co-Own*
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Mrs. Benjamin Duckman is chair-
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Eugene Schwarz, ways and means
vice president, and Mesdames
Carlton Blake, Louis Cohen, Har-
ry Glasser. Louis Gold. Murray
Shaw, Louis Stallman. Mark Wal-
lace and Irving Weingroff.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is presi-
dent. Proceeds go toward the
support ot the Religious School.
Jai-Alai Readied
Jai-Alai tans in South Florida
will have their opportunity to start
cheering earlier this year as the
all-new S7.000.000 Dania Palace
opens for the 11th season Satur
day night. Nov. 30. Dania will
operate on i 115-night season this
year, the longest in Florida jai-
alai history.
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HARRY ROSENBERG
Merkos Appoints
Dinner Chairman
Rabbi Abraham Korf. regional
director of the Merkos L'Wyo: ei
Chinuch, has announced the ap-
pointment of Harry Rosenberg as
chairman ol the Arrangements
Committee tor the organization
annual banquet.
Th.- affair, to be heid on lin-
day evening, Jan. 12. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, will honor Mr,
and Mrs. Isirlor H. Kramer. Miami
Be< < .i re idents and long-time
supporters of the Merkos L'Inyonei
Chnuch and the Lubavitcher
movement.
Rosenberg, himself a long-time
supporter and active worker of
1 the Lubavitcher movement, has
announced that the committee's
goal will be to attract an attend-
ance of 500.
Proceeds will go to aid Luba-
vitcher institutions throughout the
globe, including Morocco and Is-
rael. Locally the affair will also
, benefit Camp Gan Israel of Flor-
ida, a religious overnight camp.
Mclsvo Malka Saturday
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
nounces a Melava Malka at
home of Mr. and Mrs. Max (.
man. 525 W. 37th St.. Miami Beach
on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The
event will honor the liberation and
vindication of Rabbi Schneur Zab
man. founder of the Lubavitcher
movement, from Russian linpriw
onment.
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* Jh*; c f Hrr/li^r Friday. Morenbei Golawater As a Jew %  r MAX L.E9NER --. ;: T ;-; ; V --E If per -• : :..--. I law fta-a -na Kesaeaj rx -x *3K -_:i -JH ?%e Ca ^taS t lkt '" 1 1= mat =.r tec 1 toy**? }*•%  :.-•: : : •> : %  : .--7 *r '. i* %  % %  HI To V we he is :-^7 : -. y K WM EM t_i re %  -%  : \m\tmm ~ to*? ti t**k or km *. The Inaiiinil hiww Imi Yirrr 1" rfaea *rj 2 Je1 if tajer or tie* ftnm r MMM '-he %  U *-i • :oes hist^o 7; ->rsc was i ^cu! *:-: %  .-..1;•-—•-'a-* -c-. •.-.-:-2 : ;;."""-: ::' i-<• • %  %  •hBfa of .rs— — —. ca G* •%  %  %  .: i Jnt na • rtHy •*•*ttm a — &f &f :>-ie*e w ^n it exceo* in •• t 5'tor< %  I ;tm. or oeri tenor;. Aaaerieaau 29.198}/srae/ Shocked by Kennedy Killing _%  %  — a a* — -• ta -' -.* (fic;,,(.'. _. .... %  --e A 5?-< s #< trr'r tf f % • — • %  •: te i^fC :r; Jewiscr'. .... .. •£ of y o CMrfe i • • Te ifwr f .t tfca Go*-*wt:.* foftnvfr, pt-pcrtica :.' peon** • rei^ser^t e erarra-asti are •will -be S<*itr — re C-Mwilrr May %  .-.-• %  %  %  %  re*e*tw>eoi of those who are SThe Jes. them?-: h—i fljSt for eqcal treattr.learned to attest:: -ner %  '-~ '-'"' r pa %  -.:':.-..•.--:-.-amoa*; tho~e jsc BUB %  -: %  Matterr-erohrtar-.-;%  • • • There is no reason why we should net fa* of thi*. One of *he 1 u the a i : %  .... :^aM .: the %  tsl a RaJph BBBc.-.e m the *In hts aM>— :--':• he pr^re: a grtef and dy- —< p^eiMaM o* •* On^ed i'ttn •- lpfi %  x i a—i He wot •'• wtj • s rVtsietn n as •vrinj hes •arlier career a stavf n-end e* 's-*t Pease eorrey rh decors-* ST~"sa***T •ne Ge 111 niil arc %  -• peoe^e > Israel, as well a; — own itr. condol e n c es •9 Mr*. Kmnedy her cHjIdVen a-: i — b-s of **e late rride-t-s 'a— as weH as to •he Soam fi t n ano people o* the U*vte States en t*er irrepa'aPc -oss K r • lie ami %  %  : : • • .-. %  i-.'.r. • &f he •Speaker Pres. yKemceOy bearer ex oeJy ci a l u aton or. bewri Mr Lur >a : %  sbwe*j %  e aJ e TK : %  .-~c ztz Ux.lt %  ,r all Je Portraits •* the late Mr. Ken redy. framed m black riboows. are d'splayec* throug" 3 ^* It^ael rd many fpcciel memorial meet,-os were conducted early in the week. In the rr.am hall of the Wenmann Institute o* Science^ at Rehoveth. all members or the (nstrrot.'s sckntrf, c sfdff ethers. aetelKia ao<>1 _. ^ ed a -pec:*; a vrri ^ by. The ^ y mii ^ g by l^art's V,ce P..,^ r ? 2 S. Eban. who ., %  „ ^J &f th fnsrrtvte ^"" Mr Etan re, KM Jj "' "Kl T|rf| '"'' til area* f extrr' NOW! Highest Dividends Paid in Dade County! •to IT I %  Ajn iversity Jjederal ZrV/W HEAtltee AISS $50 to S28S STANLEY GOULD (231 L-ecale Read *• %  —•. H ::i. c*a.ij M.r. Mile, .1 Pone. Co Leon • PB MY EVEN -,3S IfNTILl PH WE IISTIU GLASS Harry Gclden To Speak Here %  Utf mOVIt I'fC TO isti: -It Air-tonditroned B*xjch Apt. wrtk —e tht r >inw %  ,r ;r et reosooaMe price. Call JE 8-3250 r.Zen a %  Jtbor o< r For 2c --. toe. to atptxar ates oaeac Mr Jfceav redy aac h tf >. *Mw^<*e)Mw^n^*wVw o%atVMM*e*o*wV' COINS 5CL0 rsd Af*tA.:iZ Si-bey W. S*nhH-flre Corns; 2SI2 tJSCATI* HVB. FJ 7 ;20Cl TELEPHONE ANSWERED BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service JE^fervan Ualea MfUn. FS*-. FR 3-5581 F#A EVBMV fl RPOSE STOtE FRONT rlATt AND r. SOC %  '. GLASS Faraitvrf Tepi. terrlre 1 Afirrers ond *s OURS WmCS-t,Ar. MfTZVAKS-SAROfs : iTS tttTHDAY ANMVEISART & HOSPfTAi io*Muns fttf NUVIRY ALL GREATS M/4W Beth Am Men In Dinner Fete T-:.T %  R-^.--,-. hek: nri fa'.her-rbiid tanner on Wednesday ever*-* PTO%  starred Skipper Cbiack. pf l-av Jacowiti aad Mac-ere cxhairmea B r o th ei hood u alto rpeamiiwi, a eries of -em:-monthly break•ext Kheduled b Soaday rooming at 10 a.m. Max Rastaii i presidect of the group. FOR A LAWMAN NOT A POLITICIAN! V RETURN T. A. (TAL) T I i i AS SHERIFF



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November 29, 1963 Jewisti fhridliann Page 3-A (opose 5750,000 Drive for Y Facility; idy Recommends Southwest Location %  A row 11 be li aa u(h a building fund behalf of IhiYoung youcd Women's He;,,„ oi (iroatcr Miami iii*->. starting with a Center in the South .: Miami, have been the Executive CornBoard of Governors | i Miami Jewuh FedI Ufci Id Cutler. proident of the | i-eek Ihnnkad the 17 men oi the commuuty adershiD and impetus) ..rf called the report "a blueorint for future service to members of the community of all ages, from nursery school to golden age." Sidney I.of court, president of the Federation, said that a Joint Study Committee, eoinposed of leaders, ol Ihe Federation and headed hy Harold Thurman, submitted the report calling for the initial phase, a $750,000 campaign to build the first center in the Southwest and to retire the indebtedness on land owned by the Y in North Miami and in Miami Beach. •I know that we all share the Aqe( f Mon|e 0 „ 7 e | ev s j on Home for the Aged this Sunday awareness that the Y'< needs must at 5:35 p.m. The Home ia benebe implemented, and to do so the WCKT Ch. 7 will offer a fea lieiary of the Greater Miami Jewcommittee bas wisely decided on ,, "' ,> Presentation on the Jewish i1 Federation. i program to build the necessarj kport Former Gestapo Chief Mow Living in Cairo Suburb i i ii \) Former ral Henrlch Mueller. • e late Adolf Eichi superior, was n u Cairo suburb as re.i jo, disguised unb name ot Amin Aband had previously I m writing anti-Jew • |a for President Nasrding to the London wo months ago, reports ead in Germany that three itches discovered in a Gern grave included Mueller's airs. Later, it was estabed "-at Mueller's corpse was among these three. Now D?ily Express, on the basis its own investigation, has abided that Mueller had esaed from Germany early in 5. rthen he perceived that ler nad lost the war. movements, according ,paper, were traced to j in Munich, then to ski resort in Austria. Italian village on the i.order, finally to a in Italy, where a ., -i obtained for him cards under the Berlinsky, presum from Lodz. Late In to Spain thence to wrote ami Jcwi>h propaganda for Nassi i in 1949. He disappeared from the Cairo suburb .! year ago. but "the hunt i~ nol \.i over," the newspaper stated. centers in our city's areas conlaining large Jewish populations." Cutler said that estimates of the proposed construction called for iaciulioa encompassing some 35,000 s<|. It., which can be construe) ed at a cost ot approximately S5OC.000. Planned are lounges, a game room, large reading rooms, nursery school and arts and crafts facilities, club rooms, and exercise and athletic facilities, including a gymnasium and outaoo* swimming pool. In addition to this, the Y is fchedu'ed to include a kitchen and snack bar area, offices for staff, washroom and storage f?cilit ; es parkirg and an outdoor playground area. A program to implement the tions Of the commute;' and to raise the funds neces sary for the construction ol the i new Y.\l and YWllA Center ibeing detailed by a .joint Fed oration-Center Committee, and lei tative pi ins call for launching the drive in the spring of 19M 21 Years UpriM# Horn* Owne i Horn* Opvroltrf I gtery Group cts ChabRsr IOC ,i Q) r W .iI .elected the Greater Miami %  rj Vssot i ition at a • Beth David i ongrega%  • • r has been active on the t iard lor the pa-t UX t erving as a delegate from pth i : Congregation. He has hi Id the office of treasurer tin association, li,i past treasurer and pres I Beth El. Elected to serve on the execute board for the coming year • re Gus Shaw, first vice president; Leo Meyer, second vice president; Nathan Ginsburg, tottery; and Philip Berkoiti, treasurer. tea for the coming year ire Morris B. Frank, Hyman P. I Mrs. Samuel Geltner, amuel Kostoff. Irving Luhin. [braham Pepper. Sam Ostrowsky. eph Post, Robert Schweitzer,, |orris Krevat. Installation ceremonies will take ] ll.iee on Sunday evening, Decem|'i' 15. at the Sterling Hotel, with ludge Milton A. Friedman acting s installing officer. The I emetery Association op-; Mt. Sinai Memorial Park femetery and the Jewish Section Woodlawn Park Cemetery. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN '061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 % THE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS... the reasons? %  Sound, Conservative Management %  Resources Exceeding 200 Million Dollars %  Reserves Over 15 Million Dollars %  One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest %  Serving Dade County Over a Quarter oi a Century B Six Convenient Offices %  Current Dividend Rate on Savings 4'/8 % Per Annum Paid Quarterly U Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, a Permanent Agency of the Federal-Government. Open or add to your savings account on or before December 20th and earn from the 1st. Once-a-\veek evening hours: Main Office open Mondays and Branch Offices open Fridays'til 8 p.m. "One o' the Notion's Oldest ond largest' E)ade Federal J A VIHO% ond LOAN AHOCIATION < MIAMI lOSIfH M llrlON. h m lin TERMITES ? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pe*t control with regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK LL F R 7-1411 Greater Miami'* Largest Exterminator 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY Kendall Branch



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*• Move m ber 29, 1963 lc *Jr Ih IftvrSrlSztfi Page 15-B Sharett to be Among World ;s to Address UJA National Confab Chief Justice Warren, Mrs. the Ivenity President Dr. [ sacha'r, and UJA ExecuChairman Herbert A. M, M. Warburg and 'stone. UJA honorary L Soecial Report • v Meir, and Rabbi Friedman wi l oRK __ Moshe Sharett, be tne pr i nc i pa | spe akers at thlormer I'me Minister, c aturc (ay evening banquet sesl n .. as chairman of the sion Dec 7 Ambassador Harle'icv for Israel at Jerir man wm de | iwer the doting adIll be among the world : dress at the noon session on address the United JewSunday. ,,., 2 6th annnual national; be held Friday, Dec.' Sharett and Jordan will address L Sunday D ec ", a ine | ne opening plenary session, Fritk Hilton Hotel, it was day morning, Dec. 6, when they bv Joseph Meyerhoff, are scheduled to present the 1961 airman of the UJA. budgets of their agencies. The l' ii h< one of J ew sn Agency conducts the UJAs addrc-s will j fj nance i immigration and absorppoints of an acuon-p.1', tion programs in i srael w hilc the fence whose z.ouu ut -j JD( ^ the major agency assisting Presenting J ew n !" "j distressed Jews throughout the From every section oi tne| ^^ JDC ^ conduc s a vast L-iU hear also !" m *| me dical and rehabilitation proI other international laggram Jn Israd {m sjck aged an( KEariW. !" ? Israel handicapped immigrant, sinister Mrs. Golda Meir, In addition to the budget presGbassador to the United entations, the delegates will also Taham Harman; Branreceive the findings and recommendations of the ninth UJA studymission which just ended its 17day survey of Jewish needs in Europe and Israel. prominent leaders who| Sharett, who recently addresspart in addressing or'ed a dinner in Jerusalem honoring at conference sessions the 120 Jewish leaders participating in the study mission, reported that the Jewish Agency has had to resort to hand-to-mouth linan\ nonorarj of MHng ;ind W,1 a m n R ? a e Tack'absorbing the multitudes of im|er. Isadore Breslau, Jacx, m ., s who havc bcen arriving • Edward Ginsberg Alj o% er |he ^ three ycars jeun, Melvm DubinsKy, 1 D Fink, all national! in a.dition to setting the UJA's of the UJA; Charles H.1963 objectives, the conference irector-gencral for Over-1 will mark the formal close of the %  ations of the Joint DisUJA's 25th anniversary year. Committee; Mrs. Israel Presentations and awards will go chairman, UJA National! to a number of outstanding cornDivision; Alan Sagner.j munal leaders for their work in l, UJA Young Leadership Moses A. Leavitt, execu m „ ri y nil L p flr f V chairman, Joint Distn tmaitU-tl fOUfri fariy immittee; Gottlieb Hami Unitcd synagogue Youth of live vice cnairman '! T emple Emanu-El are sponsoring gency for Israel: and AIa theater partv )0 be held Satur|man. chairman, UJA Midday evenins 7;3 o p.m.. at the J j Temple's North Branch School Auditorium. Special feature of D. r t L I the evening will be the showing DcGtn o£ the c i ass i c mm, -Raisin in the er Dies Sun L. Narkier, formerly for two terms of the ngregation Beth El of Beach, died Thursday, [in an auto accident on ^JMSTM officer; DrH Franklin Williams vice Wgreg.tion, Mr. Narkier president of the JwWJJ the Building Committee, M r who -^vUt^T^ arly-complcted Beth El nion i %  r d t speak 31 Brth A south Florida Chapter recent ; include his wife ana hp)d gt lhc home 0 f Mr. ildren. nd Mrs Theodore Berman. 3310 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. !^^.VWr3vJfc ; Chapter president Mrs U* i..u Ellen, in, of in"' Glasser, announced that ur. wn \ie.. died x.,v. at. River| Uams ;iscussc d his experiences M: i:„,h. it. r 2.2.. sw ail d described the ork of Mien, ; • l "" ... lists and engineers at Technion. Mr*. ROM. SO, of 1431 s\v "sis ami Dr Williams has received many awards for his community activities, and .s current., president of the United Nations Association of Greater Miami. LEGAL NOTICE MOSHE SHARETT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 12763 MARY ANN I.AI'I'.K!:. • n Til. 'MAS WILLIAM LAl'BER, 1 lefendani SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THOMAS WILLIAM LAl'BER I'nknown You. THOMAS WILLIAM LAI'RER : ,r. hen bj n. fled Hi"' %  • Bill ol Complaint for I!' oi %  ha h en filed against you, anH >'• ire rrtinlr'"'' W i,, do *". judgment bj' default will be taken Dgain*1 yo for the relief'deman Ii 'I in the Bill of Complaint. Thl n.aii • nhall i" publlBhed on< • each week br four conaecutlve weeks In THE JEWISH Kl "HUMAN. DONE \NP ORDERED at Miami Florida, thla Wth nay "f November A.l'. l'••;:'.. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad* County. Florida (seal) Bv: C. P. COPEL-AND, Deputy Clerk BTONE AND BITTEL Room ::"". 23 W. Flagler St. Miami. Florida SS1S0 Attorneys f". Plaintiff ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjenist fhridiain solicits your legal nonet*. W appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Dial FR 3-46#5 for messenger service NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12773 i IE' >Ri '.IN .' I. .1. AL1SSE, Plaintiff, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12703 CAROLYN LEE BUTTS. Plaintiff. CHXRLEP FRANCIS BX'TTS. l'.f.ndant. ^__ SUIT FOR DiyORCE TO: CHARLES FRANCIS B1 TTS jn Bast .•h.Htnut street i... kport, New Y..rk v.... are hereby notified that a Con plaint lor Divorce, haa i"-t-n nit n 2!>. IS -l-20 J^nnrt you. and you are r.-.iuirwi t Jfrve a copy ... your Anawer <"."••' ln „, ,;,.. Compta^nt on tj^lalntiff Attorney, i-.ritNKTT ROTH. E8Q 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, noi: Id. and file the original Answer Pleading In the office of the Clerk • • i„. %  %  ut court "ii or before 'i ,„.„ | of December, 1. If >''. judgment by default 1 ; ,in-t you for the reliel d. OMffUS H. JOKDAH focusing America's attention on the UJA's quarter of a century of humanitarian activity. Dr. Willicms Specks Before Technion Meet • r\ Ic. H in Si W Ymk. QorfValter s.. OT. of SSM sw [dletl Nov. 2:s. Gordon. Hairy H.. ti7. of 7".1"> West I l ir Newman, bs iStratton), August, 59, 122nd si. Bervlces '" Riv. vide. pF. Mis. I. la, T". "f MI L Rlvi rslde. lizabeth, .IT, ..f ".:i s\V 19th B Nov. 22. Services In N-' brdon. lenry. %  ", f sm ordunn Nov. 22. Cordon. pay. of IS6! Pennaylvanin p Nov. 19. Barvlcoa i" N". IVI-, -id... Irs. H.rld.ii B.. SO, of 4700 pi-. Riverside. • Mrs. Antonia Tilly, 74. ISOtn T.r., ilii-d NOV. li> In N-wark. N..I. RiyersMe. CfTj 70, of 744 Joftaraon •Mrs Sara Kta, r.9. of 71!' •d. Uiv.rsirti-. He is director of community affairs at the University of ffiami. Mrs. Williams is active in tne Greater Miami Women's Division! O[ ASI:W •as ine was a brief talk by Rah"' ^ 0 B cfE.en: n; gregation, on •'Seeds of Etermts. RabbrMalavsky In Panel Talk JSS ReX rt iem ala H V onywood Killlam. 87. ..f i"i Oeann Temple Beth bhoiem n J baa in brooklyn. Riverside. DarUc jpated in a recent panti_ais ZS on "Are Marriages F ; ing" and "lhc Role of the Jew sh Wile" at a program of thi A„ne Frank Chapter of Hadassah in S^iavs k ya>so opened^ season of meetings of he Brow ard Zionist District with an m vocation at Temple Sinai in Hoi lyWOOd. Irwin Receives Holsum Award Frank Irwin was awarded a diamond pin by R. E. Olivers, president, in honor of his 25 years continuous service to Fuchs Baking Co. S ta r t I n g his baking career in 1938, Irwin has worked his way up from an apprentice route salesman to his present position of vice presiIJfWIN dent, directing sales and advertising. Irwin, who grew up in Homestead attended 12 years of school there, graduating in 1937. in 1938. he married Mary Ehzabc h Ranson and now lives in South Miami. Their son. Michael, is atten-ing his third year of college al MiT and their daughter. Paula Frances, is attending her first year at Shorter College. Rome. Ga. Fuchs Baking Co. was founded in Homestead in 1912: by the late Charles T. Fuchs and his father In 1934. the bakery moved to its present location on U.S. 1 in South Miami. Using the trade name of Holsum, the plant has grown to be one of the South's largest and most modern bakeries. M.\ri:i.-i" i. AI.ISSI:. 11. fi a lam SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MAfRlflO I. AI.ISSI: you Maurk-lo J. Allsse an h< reii} notified that a Bill "f t'ompl ill i roi Diva • •• has bet n filed agulnsl you. and you • %  • % %  | %  • -'.' w ",'\' N ..f your Anawer or Pleading Jo tne Bill "f ("omplalni on the plalntirre Attorney, Manuel Zatac. S02 Blscayne Bulldlnff. Miami, riorida, and file the original Answer .aPleading m the „ffke of the Clerk of the Circuit Court -n "ibefore the ?,n\h da> of December. 1963. if you fall to do so, iutTgenKnt by default will %  • %  when against you for the reliel demanded in the Bill "f Complaint This notice nhall be published onci i each week fr fmir consecutive we. Ks In THE JEWISH H ORIBAN. %  i %  • T 'II T.i.. the Bill of Complaint .• shall be published on. for four consecutive weel WISH ri."i:ii'i.\N. i.NE AND ORDERED at Mia" ril.ri.la. thi22nd da} of N-wmb. x .' %  "i: • \TM in '''v^--, :.,.., Florid ,eal) i.>: lS N i,Li-"-N. 1 >. %  |.uiy <-l<-rK BURNETT ROTH IU" I Jncoln Road Miami Beach, SToHda Attorney for Plaintiff ll/6 .„., NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW in'.vr. .\.*..' %  -....,.,....%  • Florida, this 2*th dh} ol November. A K 1-: I.KAT.II-KMAN. .'I.rk. It Court, I'ade I'ounty. K.orlda I .,,, Bj : .• P. COPEUAND, 1 ••• y >'.< r'K MANI'KI. ZAIAC jo2 I'.is. a> n. Uuildlng .Miami, Florida Attorney foi Plaintiff n '^V-I'M-VN VUM SHOP at ^ NVV 'nl A v.. .Miami. Florida intends to register said name wltht Oerk of the Circuit I '•<"' "' L '-" Count). Florida. IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C12I86 K.MIi.l" M1ERBS Plaintiff, QLORIA HERNANDEZ M1ERES Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: GLORIA HERNANDEZ MIERES, Avenlda 28 No. 5S12, Apart 2. Mai lanao, Cuba. ,.„ Yi.r. GLORIA HERNANDEZ M1ERES, Avenlda 29 N". S81S. Apari 2 Marlanao, Cul, are required to file your answer to thr Complaint f"r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTHE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ongag. hualness under the fictitious names i'\r sfRFWEAR at r:."2 N.iStii Kvt North Miami. Fla., Int.nd t register said num.with the Clerh %  \ h l court of Bade ouni n rW GENE ESCHWfBRENNER Kit HARD PICHTMAN Owners n 2'.. 12 J-18-: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61270-B IN RE: Estate of jACI >B PI ICKER I H %  ased. fl'k^W ..-..mplai,,, t %  M TOf,or7?nd ""PISS HaaiNOl*. NKGRETTI. Attorney Plu-1 EstaW. ^ and Congress Bldg., Ill S B. 2nd A... Miami. I-.. rlda, on or before the 23rd dav of December, I93. or plaint will be taken an confessed. i ted this lStn daj .•( November, i: B. i. i:\iHKr.M\N. a. i k of Cln nit Court l tadi County, Florida ,si;\i., Uj K. M. I.V.MAN' Deputy >' 11 22-2!'. 12 S-13 Harry. SO, of (921 Rue RlversUht. iii.tin. I;T. of i"i Ocean is in Brooklyn, Riverside. %  i '. Is, of 73S Collins Ave. ['< X. Y.M k. Blank. Tz. Joseph, 57, of 110 ColJ Riverside. |2. Henry, 07. ..f T.'.l %  ". CarI died Nov. 21. Riverside. |KY. Mrs. Gussle, of 4S8S |"i Av., 'li.-.l Nov. 21. Rlv7, ..f i:,i NE S2nd Sweet 16 Birthday Sweet IS birthday of Coral Gables Chapter. B'nai B'nth, was celebrated at the regular monthly meeting held Tuesday at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CiRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 15704 ALAN I'Win VVELK Plaintiff. IRENE V.SJI.KER. 1 %  fi n. la at. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: IRENE WKl.Kl'i: UOI Ontario Avt nue Niagara FHIIS, Nea Y. rk Tou an h. reby notified thai s i plaint for Divorce hns been Ton aft h-r.i.y notified and required to preseoi any claims and d. mands which y> a 3aj i'"\V-.? T I, estate of JACOB POCKERfcceased late of Dad. County. Florid, „, Joe county Judges of Dad. ou ,v. and ffle the same '_' l'>'r^ ,'';. ,. nro\-ided In Section itt.ls, riona Statuus. In their offices In the Coui v courthouse in Dade County, Fkr Ula. within six calendar months fro the time ... the. first j.uM,.-..twn har.,.f. or the -a.ne will %  • !' ; rr '" ,, [Jated al Miami. 1-'. irid I, this II .,,, %  nf November, A.l>. 19( SYLVIA HERTZBACH \Exi cutrlx f rst publication of thii nol • the 22n.i day of November, HARRY ZL'KEBNICK ,. itrw 120 Lincoln Rd.. Miami •'•"; 1 >, i t ,. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 61154-C in RE: Estate of i:V'\\ Al-.D aTEIKHOLTZ \ >,. ...-. .l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS l.li gide. Dr. Blunu A. (Lulck), r Sheridan Ave. Riverside. h Mechel, y, of 151 M'oril.,n. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN the '"rTARK "DVERTISfNO .. >" %  v\v V'Srd s. Hlalcah Gardens. Fla., Cwnt> '^CLEI.BAT-ABJUN — Sol. > "vn.r W M.T.MAN. COHEN A ROBLRTU I no:, nuiKinl PI >a ''• "' Miami. I,, ..., y, ,;.,; j pi". -i you for the relief demanded Florida Sti In the Bill •.' Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week :•..• foor mnsecutlvi weeks In THE JEWISH FLI>R1DIAN in their offices I the Countj Co nth. us. in Dade %  ou %  v. : within six ralMla uonths from th lime of the first pubil, wUI D!>NE"AN'P ."'i:i'Kl:Ki. al Miami, lie ba red. thln-ISi" d day of Nov. nber, iwted al Miami. Flr.iida.jm A.D. IS i: i; LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, I lade i % %  mtj I (seal) by: L. SNEEDEN, 1 leput} ."a rk Bl'RNETT ll"Tli no i i; %  %  -1 I Miami I'.-... h, Florida, JK >.-742S S fn Plaintiff > ,t Sovemhi A SYLVIA STE1NHOLTZ ,, ,.. tl..n of • r Nov. I. MAI RICE FINKEL u t rix li)l E. Flagler SI i Mian Ida _, ,_



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Friday. NovwnbT 29, 1963 *Jf*H§Hkr*iter7 Page 5-A Johnson Reputed as Friend of Israel Mr. pt'ilCC Continued from N|l 1-A against "pntvtn on on tide in Johnson called for a just deploring the attempted coeraoa" of Israel as a "method of settlement." He told the Eisennowcr Administration it had lost sight of the basic facts in the Israel-Arab dispute. Addressing fellow Senators, he -;iid that "contrary to widespread ,,>Mimptions in the United Nations and in Washington, the issue is not originally the result of Israel's armed invasion of Egypt. The isSU e was raised by Egypt's longstanding insistence of maintaining ., state of war' with Israel and implementing it by both guerrilla 'aids and a double blockade in the Suez Canal and Strait of Tiran. It was this Egyptian maintenance of a 'state of war' and the exercise of belligerent rights that resulted in Israel's military counter-action." \lr. Johnson made clear his affinity for Israel after his election %  <> the Vice Presidency. In addres -is before Jewish audiences and luring his visit to the State of Israel, Mr. Johnson left no doubt of 'he continuity of his sentiments. \s a Senator. Mr. Johnson fought lo cbtain for Israel a fair share ot i conomic aid programs, noting that Israelis were torced to divert heir own resources for detensive aims against the Russian arms flowing into Egypt. Chairman J. W. Fulbright, of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on May 2. 1960, introduced an amendment aimed af nullifying the Douglas Keating "freedom of the sea*" amendment. Sen. Fulbright sought to shield the Arab blockade and oppose Israel's shipping rights. But Mr. Johnson arose with a motion to table the Fulbright amendement. The motion, coming from the Majority Leader, was carried by 45 to 39. Mr. Johnson served as chairman of the President's Committee on -"i|iial Employment Opportunity. In his capacity he insisted that indi. iduals be afforded an equal hance for employment without regard to their race or religion. His fforts in this connection were ifed by Jewish organizations. Under the leadership of Mr. I'linson, the Senate recognized its -sponsibilities on civil rights and • muted the first legislation in dec %  !< s. As a Senator he also active y fought "McCarthyism" and extremism of the right. During his last year in the Senile, the participation of a few nembers of the U.S. armed forces n George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Partv came to Mr Johnson's attention. In his capacity p on Mrs. Johnson's resignation beas chairman of the Senate Precause "the State of Israel is based pareUness Investigating Commit-1 upon the usurpation of another nation's land by force, displacing one million Arabs from their home Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are known to have given private support to Israeli philanthropic needs. Mr. Johnson, on one occasion, while purchasing a $1,000 Israel Development Bond, told an Israel Bf minor CPA Unit Hears Speaker Arthur J. Click, supervisory loan specialist of the Small Business Administration Miami Office, was guest speaker at the dinner meeting of the Dad" County Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants on Monday at the Biscaync Terrace Hotel. He was joined by Arthur L. Miller, acting branch office attorney. VOTE FOR THE PEOPLED SHERIFF cause of the color of their skins, helps to scatter the seeds of lawlessness and contempt tor justice. Who can say where seeds scatter and where they take root." Continued Rabbi Schiff: "Despite our responsibilities, if we raise the banner of our fallen hero, then our nation will go forward to fulfill its unlimited promise. "Then the agony of one lost weekend will have been the birth pains of a reborn nation, rededicated to the proposition that all men are created equal "There is nothing that we can do now about the death of Presi dent Kennedy. There is much, however, thai we can do to give eternity i" the spirit of his life." FHA-VO. RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DAOE F3ROWARD COUNTY From $1 SO 00 down $50 00 Mo. AIT.V.AN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 768 NW 3rd ST. FR 1-2421 We Handle totWMCf. of All Kinds % EXPERIENCED PET DEALERS NOT McNAYR'S SHERIFF (VOTE DEC. 3) EXPERT DOG GROOM NG BOARDING ANIMAL KINGDOM PET SHOP % 1105 NW 119th ST. MU 8 3021 /WW^M^^^*************" 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL FILM • CAMERAS • • PROCESSING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT Mail or Bring with This Ad Craig's Camera Center 73S6 S.W. Red Rd. Ph. 665-5111 ROOM and BOARD For Eldorly Pecple. Special low umI m.T rated strictly Koiher. Warm atmoiphere. Car service. Al> Efficiency -reasonable Rate. Mrs. H levin, | 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; yot will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" YOU CAN RELY ON US! 13 YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS FOR 40 YEARS RENUflRT BAILEY CHEELY Locations To Serve You! LUMBER SUPPLY fti YOU AUTO f p


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Page 14-B *• Jewisli FhridHain Friday, November 29, 1963 Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital celebrated the birthday of Bill MacDonald at its last meeting. Shown congratulating : JacDonakl is Sam C. Levenson, ccl'ng chairman, and Paul ~a?ke, birthdays chairman, who presented a aift to him on behalf of the club. Flagler Founders Receive Honors For Long Service Two founding numbers of Flagler-Gra.iada Jewish Center, Eze Kubensieinand Sotoaion Issenberg, have been presented with engraved bronze plaques "for their .oni nuou.s service CO the organization." people who me! to worship first in an empty store turnished with wooden crate seats, and later in a private garage, Hubenstein and fssenbers dreamed of one day enjoying a neighborhood synagogue ol their own. That day materialized 15 years igo when they laid the cornerstone of Flagler Granada Jewish Center. Many difficulties had to be overcome during the first year as they rushed to complete the nucleus of the building in older to hold their first High Holiday service. Water ; had to bo piped into the shell block building from Flagler St., ;is city water was not yet available on their street, nd used, salvaged • windows were temporarily installPg||ot Attends BOGrO Meetintl ed, Today, Hubenstein who is 80. and [ssenoerg, 78. are the oldest ac tive members of the synagogue, ihey still maintain the religious activities of the Center, and between them have obtained four Corahs lor the organization. Eze Rubenstein and Solomon Issenberg hold the engraved bronze plaques presented to Ihem by Flagler-Granada Jewish < Center "for their continuous service to the organization." K. Albert Pallet attended a new represents this district or. the meeting of the R'nai B'rilh Suboard. preme Board of Governors last Irene fviaiavsky, ninth yraat aiuutnt ai the Hebrew AC( my. and daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morton Malavsky, of Hollywood, is shown receiving an award representing the Executive Club of Miami Beach "Youth of the Month" Award. The award, presented monthly by the Executive Club, is made to the student selected by the school's faculty as the outstanding student in citizenship and scholarship. Making the presentation is Dr. Jerome Berek, chairman of the Youth of the Month Committee for the club. Seaboard Expects Active Season "With requests for Pullman and dependable comfortable and carecoach reservations already pourf ree travel whatever the weather, ing into Seaboard Railroads ofA g ain this w i nte r, starting Dec. tices, the coming winter promises streamliners to to be one of the best yet or tra el Philadelphia and New to and from Florida on, the roa Q {hc choicc streamliners Silver Meteoi and ^ ^.^ ^ atIern0On dcpar Silver Star. Uires {rom both coasts of Flor That's how W. J. Ficht, general i t | a ," he said. passenger agent of Seaboard in and ^ M ^ m ^l Ums u p ^..^K^'iver Star have modern Pullman private-room accommodations, the winter travel on his railroad. most modern type of reclining-seat coaches with all seats reserved in advance, spacious lounge accommodations for all pa-scng. is including tavern-observation cars—a Pullman-travel Sun Loun;;e car on "Not only will there be a large volume of Florida vacationers from the North to Florida on cur trains," he said, "but every indication shows a similar build-up of travel from Florida and the South to New York j the Silver Meteor is styled in and other northern cities." beach patio decor—dining car service which is in the Seaboard He cited Seaboard's theatre, tradition of delicious food, gracious tours in New York City, sold j hospitality and reasonable prices, through travel agents, as well as| .. plus serv i ce features which are Seaboard offices, as becoming exclusively Seaboards." more popular with each theatrical These inclur'e the presence of a registered nurse, particularly appreciated by parents traveling with small children, and the Seaboard Hospitality Hour during the afternoon, when all passengers are invited to the dining car for complimentary Florida orange juice and coffee. Candidates Eye Sheriffs Office In the race for sheriff here, the following are among candilates: William 'Red' Gillespie William "Red" Gillespie has' pledged "a 100 percent improvement in the patrolling and coverage of the unincorporated areas I Dade County within 30 days of aking office." Gillespie said that if elected, he will seek "a unified and hardworking team to serve the community." | He said that "as a career policeman, I know and understand the current fears of present employees of the sheriff's office. I pledge that their only loyalty will be to-] ward their duty as servants of the county's citizenry." • T. A. 'Tal' Buchanan T. A. "Tal" Buchanan came to Miami from Jacksonville in 1935. While a partolman and homicide investigator for the Sheriff's Department, he attended the University ot Miami at night and graduated in 1956 with a law degree. He joined the Sheriff's Department in 1951 as a patrolman. A year later, he was promoted to the Criminal Bureau of Investigation. He became a Chief of Detectives in 1958 and in 1962 was appointed sheriff and director of the Department of Public Safety. His supporters say that during his term in office, "he brought our crime rate down seven percent, while the national showed an increase of six percent." Tom Kelly Pallot was president of Sholem weekend "in Washington, DC, at I Lodge in the post-war years, and the Gramercy Hotel. later headed the B'nai B'nth CounA former president of District' cil of South Florida. He is presGrand Lodge 5. comprising the j ident of Biscaync Federal Savings seven southeastern states, Pallot and Loan Association. LISTEN IN TODAY... i season. "A long list of new and exicting plays is in prospect for the New York stage," he said, "and our theatre tours assure orchestra seats, plus hotel reservations and sightseeing—a convenient 'package' which many Floridians will take advantage of in the coming months." He added that "people are becoming increasingly aware of the outstanding arguments for rail travel, especially during the time of the year when highway condi tions can become hazardous. They know that Seaboard's trains offer %  BB The Seaboard official also noted an advantage rail travelers enjoy by checking ahead a generous amount of luggage without "weighing the cost," as a liberal luggage allowance is offered by railroads. Former Sheriff Tom Kelly, who led the successful fight to make I the office of sheriff elective again, is campaigning in the race here. Kelly, a veteran of two World Wars, was first appointed sheriff in 1950. His supporters say that during office "Kelly established creation of the Police Communications System, recognized as the finest in the United States; the Criminal Bureau of Investigation, formed in 1950; the Dade County Police Academy, offering the first training program for officers and patrolmen in Dale's history; and a modern rehabilitation program for prisoners." In 1953, "he was the prime mover of a special act of the legislature to establish civil service protection for employees of the Sheriff's Department." In 1957, Kelly was named "Sheriff of the Year" by the more than 3,000 members of the National Association. HEAR JACOB SCHACTER PLAY YOUR FAVORITE YIDDISH MUSIC MOM. FRI. 11 A.M. 12 MOON AND SUN. 3:45 4:15 P.M. BROADCAST LIVE FROM THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL, MIAM BEACH, ON WEDR-FM 99.1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL



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iday, November 29, 1963 Jewish Tier Minn Page 7-A % %  M Samuel Lipton (left), who with Mrs. Lipton is chairman oi the Committee of Hosts of the Temple Emanu-El-Israel Chanuka "estival Dinner, welcomes Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Temple; Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the dinner; and Harry Sirkin, in his home last week at a reception for 'the Host Committee. The dinner will take place the first night Chanuka, Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ian Peerce to Sing at Israel Bond lhanuka Festival in Honor of Harry Sirkin i.. Pine, Henry I. OTnkelateln, Irving I'n Hi. Morriii Kisli.-r, Bone Fireman, A!... KniAKel, Simile)' l-Y. hlliij,-. 1 inil I Y..-,Il.iii.l. Uenjiimln Krleil man, Maurice ii. Fufinan, Maurice 'inn-, Synnej li.uiB, Bc'ii (illlcr, Norman ,\l mil. r. Ben ZIon Ulnaliurg, U.nuv Qltilem'in, Loui* uti-M, Allen luldlx li, i leorge i;. Iduvi t. Kamuel Clnlilirteln, Sol nnlilxteln, Samuel ilolu)>, l llllnn i! Imun, Kether (Sonilman, Alexander 8. (loriloq, William 11 i Inr Inn, Max %  In enberg, lli-njamiii ,\ dreene, Jean Qreenapan, .> %  1111:• (iroppinaer, Melvln Umh I l"ii ii in, K'lward I loroe Its. I on .l.i.i.ii.. Milton B. Jacolmon, M irrln In, ,1,^ .ii. Sam. 1,1 K.i-ari. Rhenium i: Kaulan, JUIIUH KIIWIID s.Miiin I K'aiz. Jink Kntiman. Rae Ke> le", tleuiiiee K. King, Irving KIpnia, Tl. •...I. r %  Klpllia, William Kline, Alt-kail I.I Kiguin. \Ws Kolfci r, M i Kopelowltg, Harry K'T, txky, Murr) Koretyky, h\ ug I: K.*>..':', hrank H. Krevit, Ka miel K il k. S.nun. I l.:i, limui. Mui ria IJBPIdim, Kdwaril l.a> man. Sn'iiuel l.an IK, Klitnej la-fKnttit/.. Harold A Lt-ve Mn. .1 Let i. Hen l.. i in. |i.i\i,l l."\ins,.n. Murlce l. Hi.-rni.in. lli.K Liner, C*h irlea MPIMIW, Al I.. Loi-vner, Altitun : %  -. I.UIMIT. Sain Uib) Jr., Hurry Malael, "-cur Mami.fr. lyaiic Manhelmer, llarr> Marl,. mil/, M.MI I:. Marks. Her-I man K. MecJllowlUk Huron Ablln, l.eoiinrd Al.t anif-oll. NryitlOUr I. All. vil'an. JoH. j.ii Amigo, Jacob M. Arvey, Jauk Augliat, JoKeptl AMI! I>. Joseph H, Bachua, Max Bauer, Herinnn M. Uerk. Bt-rnanl Berkley, Max Ulron, Jerrj Dlunk, Sun Blank, Milton II Blunt. Sli.pai.l Broad, fill Dudle) I. Brodle. I .on In A. Bunlm, .lack 1 '. BUITIH, Harry Carmen, ban Ghnlken, Julea IV riinnnlng, CharleK ftiarcuwiOcy, Meyer l. I'nerkaa, Jamea Cohen, Meyer Cohen, Morttmei Cohen Sam '"• %  lien, VVnlfle Cohen, Jack Cooper, IrvIn ; i '."iiiii. Benjamin Cynpn, Nathan Itnraky, Arthur Heaaer, Daniel 8 Dubbin, \ II.. n i:ii' lichman. I.-.. i:is. iii-liin. i I-: %  11 in--. 1 a A. Epateln, Jack l Kalk. Raymond R, helner, Qertr al.' Keldmnn, Milton 1 rller, Bel t> i,ii,-i, Harry I' Plnberg, Ronald Thank % heartfelt o Ppreda 0n f ihe vote ^ fiends and c ^pa.gn workers who mode Possible my return to the Cif Y Commission. ded, Cafe '"/self to merit Qnd / ^% your support. Sincerely, Sidney Aronovitz M,ami C "y Commissioner er, Donald Mlchnoff, Jack Miller, JoMeph Mi)iT. Ben Moakpwlts. ll;in> Mufapn, tiamuel M ifvon r'tanlvy C. Myern, David A. S'utbHn, JDCOJJ Nathan, Kara Nri.-in. IOIU.H-. T. Newman, Ben Novack, Al 0mr %  fi*. Kurt I'elaer, litnr> II. iVnehan%  ky, Karl Pertnoy, Mil IMnaek, Paul IMotkiD. Morrla Pollack, Paul Pollak, Jaeuri .Nathan, >>ara .\t!>-<>ii. KawiU'ti I'iu^c lUUi-ltnan, I < %  • li'iliitT. SMIIU;. Ka> iiniin!Tt'"iia lien Roet-nhlatti Char leu Ro; PtiKUrti II. .itilK-s Un>i cst in. Drear J. Iluwenstrai'ch Sam H. i:-t. Kumeti -: th I ta > mond Rubin, Seymour Rubin, siiiMni II. Kultln. Joteph Mackn, Harry IV KaniuW", Irvlnn Sehatxni.in, Abraham Scheehter, Me>er l s. liin. Hernuin M, BehwartB, Nut hum Scliuiri/, AI in i v KclkWai tzma n, liarI.IO .1. S.-al. SUmUel IStUx, r, Nathan Hero ta, I>avlr1 Hhaplro, Ht-rberi H Shapiro, l.ernard Hharp, Kul ''. Hbaye, Abraham Sheff mini Kretl Sh H hei Jack Si'.v.-i inin. Sol Kiiverman, VV'IHam Hllvemleln, Ktuuri HPnun, llei Kmel lliu. .Mil!' ll SliM h. l.i.n:s S| Jacob tfpund, AHreii l>. Htalford. VVlll'ain II. Stan.'.i, Alfred Stone, Theodore Htrunl, Mux S'uibeu, Toblar SUaaman, All ha I Tain-. I'liK 1 Tel teh, I'blllp K. Thau. Mlcliael Tiwp, Mar..1.1 AI. Vntw, MatlWa Wan hion, Carl Welnkle, MiliH Wollowlek. Marshall Wolper, Martin Woolln, Charier V;I\I i>, Raphael K, Vunea, Al Zablo, Thcoiii>i.A. ZMIU--, Ben Zvlgmund, EHxabBtll Xrt-ntl. i %  l.-uiiard /ill.11, Runj^mln ZucVerpran. Nelson Zlylta. Fifty Join New v Loan Society Florida regional office of the M



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Friday, Novemner 29, 1963 MW IFUmiriirtg^in Page 11-5 Mrs. Louis Merwitzer (right) receives congratulations from standing (left to right) Sam Reinhard, Jacob Cohen and Harry Genet. Seated are Mrs. Reinhard (left), and Mrs. Genat. The Reinhards and Genets are co-founders of the Hebrew Academy and leaders in the campaign to sell 1,600 tickets for the Academy's dinner Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Cohen will be honored at the dinner. Academy Hopes To Go Over 1.600 Attendance A special meeting of the committee making arrangements tor the 16th annual scholarship dinier of the (Jreater Miami Hebrew Acaaemy will meet Sunday morning Dee. 8 at the Miami Beach school to complete plans for the Jan. 5 affair at the Deauville Hotel. Jacob Cchen, Miami Beach hcielman and philanthropist, will be honored at the SlOO-a-couple fete in benefit of the Souths only Hebrew day school offering complete elementary and junior high school curricula. Leonard Rosen, general chairman of ihe dinner, said it is probable that the attendance goal of 1,600 persons will be increased at the Dec. 8 meeting "'because ot the unprecedented early sale ol tickHe praised associate chairman Maurice Revitz and B. i. Binder and co-chairmen Joseph Cohen and J. A. Cantor for spearhead* ing initial efforts to organize the strongest dinner committee in Academy history. Rabbi Alexander A. Gross, principal, said efforts to secure an internationally-noted guest speaker "are virtually complete. This will be our greatest dinner yet." Harry Genet and Samuel Reinhard, pace-setting ticket chairmen, said more than 80 persons are actively working on the dinner now, "and the number will be increased in the days and weeks ahead." New Year's Corncmttee Set Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Carlton Blake, Benjamin Duckman, chairman, Mark Wallace, Irvinq Weinqroff, and Murray Shaw. Bottom row (left to right) aie Mesdames Eugene Schwarz, ways and means vice president; Louis Cohen; Henrietta Fine, president; and Louis Stallman. Not shown are Mesdames Louis Gold and Harry Glasser. 'Eternal Light 1 Luncheon Set comedian, and Arne Bamett, versatile musician. Mrs. Benjamin Duckman is chairman. Working committe are Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, ways and means' vice president, and Mesdames Carlton Blake, Louis Cohen, Harry Glasser, Louis Gold, Murray Shaw, Louis Stallman, Mark Wal-' lace and Irving Weingroff. Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president. Proceeds go toward the support of the Religious School. WOW OPEN ORIGINAL BRASS RAIL I RESTAURANT & BAR I 1 Collins Ave. JE 8-9665 | Open Doily Noon to Midnight N'er Tamid Sisterhood will hold its seventh annual "Eternal Light" luncheon on Wednesday, Dec. 11, at noon in the Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel. Entertainment for the afternoon will include Kay Cee Jones, song stylist, Bill Bernardo, situation Doral Signs Damita Jo Jean S. Suits, executive director of the Doral Beach Hotel, announced the signing of Damito Jo, top swing singer, for the Shell Lounge during the holiday season. Damito Jo's engagement runs from Dec. 21 through New Year's Eve. Louis Varona and his Latin vhythms will also be featured at the popular Beach spot. hi-Alai Readied Jai-Alai tans in South Florida will have their opportunity to start cheering earlier this year as the all-new S7.000.000 Dania Palace opens for the 11th season Saturday night. Nov. 30. Dania will operate on i 115-night season this year, the longest in Florida jaialai history. ^ 21st off Collins Ave. A Miami Beach —-^T HARRY ROSENBERG Merkos Appoints Dinner Chairman Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional director of Ihe Merkos L'Inyorei Chinuch. has announced the appointment of Harry Rosenberg as chairman ot the Arrangements Committee lor the organization' annual banquet. Tha affair, to be held on 1 inday evening, Jan. 12. at Ihe Km tainebleuu Hotel, will honor Mr. and Mrs. Isidor II. Kramer. Miami Beach residents and longtime supporters of the Merkos L'Inyonei Chnuch ana the Lubavitcher movement. Rosenberg, himself a long-time supporter and active worker of' the Lubavitcher movement, hasl announced that the committee's goal will be to attract an attendance of 500. Proceeds will go to aid Lubavitcher institutions throughout the globe, including Morocco and Israel. Locally the affair will also benefit Camp Gan Israel of Florida, a religious overnight camp. Temple Zamora Brotherrn. ', planning the icmple's annual New Year's Eve party and dance, lus appointed the following to serve ;:n the committee: Rubin Lederman.


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iber 29, 1963 *Jenisti fhrM&Mn Page 15-A M. NOTICE |TY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE 0. 61275 A %  f • **• —, lo.-KN. ; JAO IB It' I8EN, TO CREDITORS | Mllil All I'clsollS IlilVlemands Against Bald ^>notified and requlri'y claims mid den .tmis liitx-• against the esL/. lit'SEN. also known BEN, deceased Inte nl .orldn, to the County County, ami rile Unit,and as provided in Florida Matutes, in Die County Courthouse \, Florida, iililn "IN f %  ••in the lime of the hereof, or the lame %  MI. Florida, this 12th >r. A.D. ''' 6:l (V ROHRN I Executor |||. i. of this notice mi November, IMS. j> and DNt'.ARD cutor Bui"* II 13-22-29, 12 I vDMBNU JE UNDER JS NAME LAW |KI{|-:i!Y OIVEN that desiring lo engage In ftho fictitious name of •iMI'VNV nl -.• %  ft. Bo. Miami, int.nils name with the Clerk Joint of Dad* County, PA1.T. Sole Owner %  leant |tll) A.I loudlsa i-22 29, [2 I |TY JUDGES COURT" DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE I. 60562 -B M %  P, TO CREDITORS I and All !'• illa> lemundti Against Said rli> notified hnd reRt .tny claims ami deFou ma) have sgs H \Kl;v i ISSJP di %  [l>.i County, Flo' n ia. |||||U'. s ,,f | ;,,!,. I Mime In duplicate an %  i %  :i 133.16. Florida |lr offices In the Counln Dade CVtmtv, Pforball miar months from in -t publication li-1 %  will lie burred. ^nn. Pldrlila, ill 30th A l>. I96S. iV iHSIl* |KI I ISSIP pninistiatoi s Itii-ii of tliis notice on f Xovembi r, fK IX Iniiiii-tral.irs i Miami I leach, l-'la. ^^ I I %  '.' %  HCE UNDER BY HENRY LEONARD "My son, the Analyst!" Cr. IN), Dnu PrWiKtlssi LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61366A IN RE: IM.it.of JAMES HAIIWI ID CJRAVES, I K Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald ISstati you anhereby notified and ri %  quired t" present an) claims and demands which you may have against the estate of James Harwood Uraves, Jr., deceased uile "i Daoe County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate ami as provided In Section 733.18, Florida Statutes, In their otflces In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Fiorina, within six calenaar montns from the time of the first publii atlon hereof, or the same uill i"barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 80lh day "f November, A.D. 1963. ELLIS S. IUIIIX, ESQ. |n7 Lincoln ltoad Miami Beach, Florida 581-7189 As Executor First publication of this notice on the --ml day of November, 1968. IM.I.IS s. RUBIN, Esq. Attorney for Executor 407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. l'h. 581-7489 11 22-29. 12 t-IS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50706-C IN RE: Estate ol 1:1 ISE si ISKIN, I isi-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1 '1 editors and All I'I rsons Ha Ing Claims or Demands Against So Estate: You are hereby notified and 1 quired lo present an) claims and it nianils which you ma) have again the estate of ROSE SOSKIN d ceased late nf Dade County, Florida to the County Judges of Dade Cou iy. and Hie the name In duplicate a as provided In Bection 788.16. Florli Statutes, In their offlcea In the Coui ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo ida, within six calendar months frooi thi time i>i' tin' first publication hei of, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1: day "i November, A.D. 1968. .I11SH REPHCN As Administrator First publication of this notice the 22nd day of November, 1963. JOSH REPHUN Attorney for Administrator 1:1711 Washington Ave„ Suite 211, .Miami Ileat-h 11 '32-29, 12/6LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN thai the undersigned, rli nil n i" engage 111 business under the fictitious name of |. l:l> I" VIEW EAST N 1" R S I N (1 HUME nl 773 N.W, 13th Avenue, Mi..:,, i |, li.i.i Inti inl lo ri ulster said name \^ i T li the Cl< '. % %  •' the i "Ire ill i -, in i ;, v, i 'mini i Florida. HAKE I'tM'XTV REST IRICM, INC. a i|oi Ida corpoi lit Ion T7". NW I'-'li \ve., Ml mii, Iloi Ida C1E' IR) IF:, VMES & HIT PER Vttn for Aiipl • am lr.,-1 M ., :.: Floi ita 3 %  It/.! BUS NAME LAW Bi:<:i:i:v i;i\ EN that I il.sliinK to migaK'' in Bthtfi, titioiis nun.,,f _4n I'.. 1..Is... Miami Hill, ll.ls lo register said H~ *'<• rk ol i oi. i 'Ircuil ^^ %  Comil l-'lot iila. %  %  SI\ • i %  ^ Florida i ori">i'al i"n) 1} R I, rn slueiit K.MAN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57966-A IN RE: i-:-' %  FRANCIS S. II VNKOFF", IV ci -is, -I. NOTICE OF INTFNTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D'STRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHARGE Nu'l'li'i: iherd given thnt I have filed a F nal Ri nd Petll Ion for i l tisi Ihution and Final I"liargi Bi I v,, ;• I the • ei i mher, % % %  "• %  '. "ill apply lo the Honor ible Count) Judges of Hade County. Florida, for approval I of s.u.i l .ii..I Ri |S>I i and for ilisiriI button ami final dlwharge as Executor of the • state of the above-named i. in. This 6th da) ••! November, i( I, II MiltY II VNKOFF ROBERT II TRAl'RIO Attorne) i [S3 A I dtiPont Building Miami 82. Florida ^ rtin-... .^HCaplan \I'alsman %  >K ^t Miami III!, Fla. II 8-1.-.-22-29 E UNDER 8 NAME LAW BRFMIV IIIVKN thai siring to engage in th. li. [Itlotls ll.lll f %  mi Shi i Inti nds i" fan,u i'h the l iei u of %  rt of Dade County, b INTERNATIONAL Jt'i.i ^K Flu: ^Bx 11 %  on-b II S-l.i-22-2S ^m PUBLICATION HlIT COURT OF THE ^^ %  blCIAL CIRCUIT OF M AND FOR DADE ^ %  hN CHANCr.RY. No. 63C 11964 N' VAN METER, Hv nt. AR DIVORCE ^ %  B MRI %  nSTE I: rood l ,ftort i. It 111 A N T> V A N by notified that a or Divorce has been and you are re ,|iy of your Answer Hill of Complaint Rorni-y, wn.i.iAM ".7". Palm A v. -line, fibth,' original r I" tilloffice of i I Court on or f IViiiiihcr. 19ii3. Jinlirnii'nt by deft OKainst yon fm 111' In the Hill of Com,n i nt_ OOuiN I Y JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60959C IN RE: Estate "I M VRK I.AillM SN | ii'cca ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ml Person* Having claims ..1 Demands Against Said Kt late: ^-.,.i are hereby notified ami required i" i" is. nt nn md demands hich you n i) ''•'> • against thi estate of MARK I.M'HM \N de, i lute ol i wde i "onntv, C I., the County Judgi i Dade Couni v nd file tin • Hi theli offices in the '"HUM l 'url house in 1 lade < ..iint v, i-lni Ida, lx cab ndar i mnths from the date "f tin first publication hei i. % %  < the same will i... ban i ROSE L VMM w A'llllin -.!•" IN. C TA. Shapiro, I-'I i. d .••• \V< i i:-'i-. Altorm > s HIT Lincoln Road Miami I'.i.l.h. Fll : I P IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 63-5407 GERALD A. KEARNEY, Plaintiff, HAROLD M MORAN and EVA 1. Ml 'HAN. liis wife, I ii-fi inlanls. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: HAROLD M. Ml IRAN and l-.VA I,. Ml IRAN, his Wife, Kiilfi.'iii San Bernardo An irtado Aereo 5119, Medellln, i 'ohunhla, South America VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIICD lhat a suit has been brought against you b) QERAI I' A. KEARNEY, Plaintiff, for thrmagt-s in the amount ol TWti THi iL'SAND, ONE HUNDRED NINETY-ONE and ."." 100 (J2.191.3U) M'l.t.Ai'.s, and lo ImpreBs said claim agalnsl the following propert) situate in i i.iil.County, Florida: 1. Lot 1, Block iv Ct'TLER RIDGE SECTION FOI'R, according i" the Plat thi reof as ri i oi di d In Plat Book 60, l'.i_. 23, "f the Public Recoi iiof T 'ad,i 'ount) Floi Ida, which propert) was seised by Metropolitan Sheriff's Lev) on the --ml day of October, 1963 under a Writ of Attachment, and .'. All funds "i" the defendants In the hands ol the First Nan..mil Bank ..I Homestead, which funils were seised by Writ of Garnishment served upon said Garnishes mi the 20th day of September, 1968, al 9:23 A.M. TAKE NOTICE THAT YOU ARE RFXU'IKED TO FILE VOCR ANSWER i" said Complaint with the Clerk "f the above styled Court, and in serve •' copy thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys, ALBERT lWEINTRACH and A. JAY CRI8TOL, S19 Security Trust Building, Miami, Florida, 88131, not laur than the 13th day of December, 1983, in default of which the allegations In plaintiff's Complaint Mill be taken as admitted, and a Default Judgment entered against you. DATED ai Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 13Kb day "i November, 1963. .1 F. McCR VCKEN, Clerk "f the ci* ii ''..in t ..i Record In and for l lade Count). Florida (seal) By: -l IMES C. HENSi IN Deiiut) Clerk LAW OFFICES ALBERT I. WE1NTRAUB A. JA1 CRIST! IL 219 s. in.'\ 'i'i ust Building Miami. Florida 83131 II) : A. Ja) ristol Attorne) a foi Plaintiff 11 15-22-29, 1-' ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name of PROLECTRO INBTRl'MENTS at 13715 Blscayne Boulevard, North Miami, Florida iniimis to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court rn" Dade County, Florida. LEMl Ih'COMI" N V 'I'.N'I'A I. DIVISION, INC. \\\ : I lai vov Leifman, I'i • s. NEIL ClU'NIN Attorne) for Lemon Company I lental I ilvlsion, Inc. fngi .ih'iin Building Miami '.J. Florida 11 22-29, I.' •".-]: i> published once msecutive weeks ORlDI \N. !RED al Miami. y of November, ;I:MAN. Cli k, le Counl *. floi Ida r>i. I.YM w tClerk H'SKEY lleah. I'"la. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CH'NCFRY No. 63C 11585 ORACYNE WF:NK, Plaintiff. CHARLES PETER WENK, I'. f. n.lanl. NOTICE OF SUIT V.iC. CHARLES PETER WENK. are hereby notified that a Complaint for ldvoive has be, ii filed against you, anil yotl are re€|Ulred to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to Hie Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney, KKNNKTH M. MYERS Of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan A: Catsman, 1156 .W. ls< Street. Miami 3G, F'lorlda, and file the oripinal answ, r or 1'le.idltig In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9"' day Of DeceWBer, IWB. It you fail to do BO, Judgment by default Will he taken ai-'.iiii-1 you for the relief demanded in tinComplaint for This notice shall be published once ea.h "e.k for four consecutive weeks In THE .IKWISII FLOU1DIAN. DONE VND iHITlM"!' '' Miami, ,. thll 8th day of N.A. ml" i, l: "" ; K. H LEATHERM IN, Clei k, Ci uli %  "ourt ,.,,,,, B, : C P t-OPELAND, 1 leput) Clel k KENNETH M MYERS ,„ Myers, Hi Iman. is i Ian .vi 'ataman attorney ftir Plalntifl 1 i:,n 8.W. 1st Bin %  I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C1I885 RAMON PACHECO, Plaintiff, vs. CARMEN Jl'LIA PEUCIANO PACHECI I, I vfondailt. TO: CARMEN .1II.1A FEL1CIAN0 PACHECO li. F. D.2 Bason 712 Ponce, Puerto Blco You are required to nerve R copy nl your answer to the Hill "f Complaint ior Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to rile tne original answer i" th<> Office of I lie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or In fore the 6lh day of December,, A.i>. IS68; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed her-in, will be taki n as confessed by you. Bated at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of November, 1968. K H. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk "f the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: N. A. HBWETT, Pei'.ity clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN mi Alnsl.y Building Miami :'.-', Floi Ida 11 S-15-22-29 11/S-1S-22-29 Miami :!i>, 1 lurida 11, 8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE Ml*MC SERVICE at MS i 'niiiiiive., v i ml Bi ach intends to regist %  *ald nami with 1 he i thi i 'in .iii i .. II i ol I lade I' unit). Florida. SAM li I.I' .' k a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKKKHV GIVEN ihat the undersigned, desiring '" engage in business under the fictitious name of ABC HANK I'liKMS HI •" N.W. 71st Street, Miami. Dade County, Florida Intel 'is in i eglsti r said na me Ith the clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dadi County, F'lorlda. ABC BCSNESS FORMS, INC. a Florid Tporatlon 37.00 N.W. 71st Strut. Miami, Florida CHRISTIE ft LEVENSTEIN \i •. neys for \ BI Riistin -l"" inInc. l n i Coral Wnj, Miami 15, Florida I) 22-29, i: 6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 61295-B In i:K: Estate of FANNIE MINIM. IN. I leei as, il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami Ml Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said FTstati : You are hereh) notified ami required io present an) claims and demands which v • u ma) have against the slat CANNIK MINI'I.IN deci a-' 'l la t I lade 'ount). F'lorlda, i" the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same ln""dupllcnte and as in"! Ided In s. etion 733.16, Florida si.nines, in then offii i In the County Courthouse In Dudi County, Florida, within six calendar time of the first NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name C1PES HEAL ESTATE al 17". 95 St., Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beai .14, Florida, Intend to register as name with the Hcrk of the Clrci Court ..t Dade County, Florida. BRET PIPES >I:I..MA CIPES t Iwners 11/22-29, 12/IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH L rth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN: FO' -ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C12546 DALLAVA, ntili". 1 "i-: I>AI.I.A\ \. i >. i. n.iiint NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Tl I \\ A. 22 V. .< li I'll %  •••. I'lttsf, III, M. ...i, h • 'IS Yi'l ISEORGETTK! DALLAVA, Place, Pittsfield, Mast ehusetts, are required to file yo answer to the Com put I nt for Divot with the Clerk of the above Cou and serve i copy thereof upon GIN i P. NEGRETTI, attorney, M"-ll Co llldg., in N.l-:. 2nd Aveni Miami. Florida, on "i lfore the 23 day "i" i'eeimi"!. i"'i.:. or else col plaint will be taken as confessed. Dated al Miami, this 19th day No> ember, 1963. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of i Ircuit Court l '.nil County, l-'ioi Ida Deputy Clerk (SEA l.l By c I' Cl IPELAND, 11 22-29, 12 6months from the %  .. %  ...• '"f* | mmtnui l-ubllcatlon hereof, or the -am,will ; i „' i| .,. i| ,„ >||V ,. B of A| 1 llh hereof, or the name barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, thin da) of November, A.D. 1963. I.Kl MINI 'LIN As Executor First publication of this the 22nd da) of Novembei li MH'I.I' TANNEN Attorney for Executor :.;," Be) bold Building Miami 32, Fli rlda 1! 22-29, v: 6-13 in. i Ice 1963. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12575 Ni IRA LEE J< IHNSI IN, Phi Intlff, Jl IHN WILFARD J< IHNSI >N I '.',•.1.1.int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN WILFARD JOHNSON I'.elninni Park Barn 30 Klmon. New York Yi u" ARE HEREBY nol fled that Complaint for Divorce has been flli u. and you are hereby r IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 116587 l.iillS EBEN8TEN and STELLA D. EBENSTEIN. hiWlfi Plalntlfls, BISHOP ft COMPANY. REALTORS, i al. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SON.IA ZKI-V a k a SI i.NJA SESKIN :'lli Morasgo Drive, N E. Atlanta, I leoi ui.i VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i complaint ha been filed against you in the above Court for the return of escrow deisislts and you are required In scl Ye a COp) Of your answer nl' pleading t" the complaint on Plaintiffs' attorney, HENRY NORTON, i ""' %  |:,s..i\ne Building, Mlnini. Florida, and die the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Small Claims Court on of before the Will day oi December, 1963, at %  • %  •"' A.M. if you fail to ii" so judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief ii imanded In th nplalnt. DATED this lib day of November, 1961. SMALL CLAIMS COURT DADF: COUNTY. F'LORIDA lSXHKI.I.i: MARLOW Deputy CSerk U/5>lS-2?-Sa By: SAM i ;i ILDST1C1N 11 S-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER nl 1218-1220 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, F'lorlda Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dole County, i' WASHINGTON MEDICAL I.AHl'l! ATl'UIES. INC., a 1 loiids Coi poratlon HENRY A KAMI' Attorney for I |ji ,i. li Medical Center 1224 Washington A\ enue Miami Beach, Floi II, S-13-22-29 swer i" the Complaint on the Plain iits at torni y, LBS T i: R ROO i'.i: Whose address Is I'-'l N.W. litb str.-i Miami. Florida, and rile the origin of your Answer in the office of tl clerk .a" the Eleventh Judicial CSn u In and imDade County, Florida, %  or before the -3rd da) of Decembi 1963, In default of which the Con plaint will lie taken as confessed i > oil. DATED the 20th day of Nov. ml.. 1968. K. B LEATHERMAN 'lei k of the i 'ircuit i '...ni (seal) By: C. P. C* IPELAND l ii put> Clerk ll 22-29, 12 >".NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPL FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 63C 12367 To Whom it nay Concern: Notice Is hereby given lhal thi u ilcrsb-.il' il petitioner, BETTY V1RG1.N IA BASS HEMBREF:, whose resldem address is 10300 8.W. :'.l Btreet In tl Cll) of Miami, Dade County, Florid intends to appl) to the Honorab Jtidge of the Eleventh Judicial Cli • C|lH, in .mil for I 'aile l "iillllly, at h office ill the Ciilllltv Court II.His o'clock \ M mi the null di of i %  ri ni" i. ItSS, r as soon then after athe may be heard, for order


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Friday, November 29, 1963 *JewlsHlcridiain Page 9-B Federation of Jev.-.sh Women, composed of the presiden's of leading women's organizations here, pledge full cooperation to a women's community conference slated for Jan. 16 at the DiLido Hotel. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of a planning meeting, said that Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg will chair the conference. Mrs. Anna Brer.r.er Meyeis is president of the Federation of Jewish Women. Seated (left to right) are Mescnr-.es Louis Alexander, president, and Joseph Rambam, Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah; Jccl< A. Ablin, community resources vice cr^sirlent. Fedetation of Jewish Women; and Nat Wagner, Tikva Chapter. Pioneer Women. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Robert Krinzman, Bay Division, National Council of Jewish Women; Clarence Freedman, Deborah Group, Hadassah; Julian Burg, Women's Committee, Brandeis University; Raymond R. Rubin, president. Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women; Irving L. Wexler, Coral Division, National Council of Jewish Women,and Bernard Loring, South Dade Division, National Council of Jewish Women. # Library Hours At Beth Am The ncwlvlurr. •• %  | librar) at Temple Beth AIM .I\* I>. open on Saturday and %  > mornings, Monday .'in I \. sda) afternoons, and Mondaj and Friday evenings, following services Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, librarian, is as>isted i).'. Mrs George Light. Mrs. lu-inui i Goodman and Mrs. William Wokienberg, who will act as her aide. One of the latest additions to the library i., mplete set of the Jewish Encycli pedla. Ferdie to Speck From Pulpit Miami Attorney Mnslee Ferdie will speak .'ii "Li? il Toda> of the Jew War Veterai %  during late Friday evening services at Tern pie Zamora. Vice commar.i!. I 'lie State ol Florida Departm. nt Service. Fertile is fourth regional judge advocate, past commander. Murray Solomon Post of Jewish War Veterans of Coral Gables. He is president % %  the Gilbert Balkan B'nci B'rith Lodge, vice president of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and on the South Florida Metro Dade County Urban Re newal Agency Commission. •Ask IhtTRabbi 1 Program Slated Highl ght of the first educational meeting of Technion's South Florida Chapter is presentation of a Founder's Award to Mi. and Mrs. Herman Schwartz (left) for their generous support of Israel's largest and oldest engineering college. Dr. H. Franklin Williams (right), a vice president of the University of Miami, and an officer of the local Technion Chapter, who recently visited the school in Israel, makes the presentation. Technion Women Plan Meeting Lemlichs Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lemlich, of 180!) Meridian Ave., Miami liiaih. celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary with" a recep tion and dinner at Westbrooke Country Club on Sunday, given in i In-1r honor by their children. They are the parents of three sons, Eugene. Irving and Martin, and a daughter. Helen Jacobstein, all of Miami. They have nine grandchildren, including one married granddaughter, Ellen Jane Selznick. who came from Huntsville. Ala., for the celebration. Other out-of-town guests included four of Mrs. Lemlich's sisters, a brother-in-law and a nephew. They are Miss Betty Skaletsky, Mrs. Joseph Mailshanker. Mrs. Isidore Lawentman. Sheldon Lawentman. and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin H. Savelson. Mr. and Mrs. Lemlich have been winter visitors to Miami and Miami Beach since 1946 and permanent residents of Dade County since 1946. They lived in Coconut Grove and Coral Gables before moving to Miami Beach one year ago. Mr. Lemlich is a retired real estate developer, originally from Brooklyn, N.Y. Automation Takes Over at Cedars Automation has taken over in Ce ITS of Lebanon Hospital's laboratories. Chemical analyses of every patient's body fluids are now a routine lab work-up. Much of the psysicians diagnoses and subsequent treatment depend on these tests. Now Cedars has auto-analyzers, auto-technicians, and other automatic devices to do the job long ago done by laboratory technicians. In three days, the hospital can determine as much about a patient's body chemistry as it used to take a week or ten days, according to Harry L. Lewis, hospital president. Among the "miracle mechanisms'" being installed at Cedars of Lebanon as part of the expansion is the heart-saver which keeps watch over cardiac patients. MIT. AND MRS. LEMLICH Fashion Guild Installs Berlin Irving Berlin was installed as president ot the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami Beach at the organization's 16th ar.nual dinner last week at Diplomat Country Club. A golf tournament preceded the dinner. Highlighting the festivities was presentation of checks for the Guild's University of Miami scholarship fund and donations to charitable organizations. Donations and scholarship grants made by the Guild since its founding amount to more than $50,000. Other officers installed were vice presidents, Dave Zimmerman and Al Ledina; secretary. Jay Kaiser; and treasurer. Al Leslie. Directors include Jules Gillette, Harold Goldberg, Ed Greenberg. Mickey Hayes. Larry Hoffman, Eli Krebs, Milton Nadcl, David Pokart, Harry Siege!. Henry Steig. Harry Steiger and Al Zablo, who is retiring president. Players in Open House O. J. (Jimmy) Rosenstrauch, president of Temple Emanu El Players, anm unees that the Players will hold their annual Open House at the North Branch Auditorium on Monday evening. Annual fall luncheon meeting of. the Technion Women's Division' has been scheduled for Dec. 13 at j the Seville Hotel, it was announced; this week by Mrs. Philip F. Thau,: president. Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, vice pres-. ident in charge ol programming,; tory equipment at Israel's largest engineering college. Membership in the American Society for Technion is open to any resident of the Greater Miami area. THE LEBEDIKER BRANCH FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST Is sponsoring a lecture by DR. HERMAN TURKEN at a meeting DECEMBER 5th at Washington Federal Savings and Loan, 12th St. & Washington Ave. TOPIC: "HOW TO PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH" Gala Chanuka Celebration Sunday, December 15th i;iJ.riiioi/vsis HAIR ELIMINATED FOREVER LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Physicians SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM FACE-ARMS-LEGS-BODT 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Yea-s Experience 310-95th ST. SURFSIDE Phone 865-8015 for App't. Free Parking Rear of Blag. 7) ) OTARION HEARING AIDS (•poll All Makes WH.Lt lOU WAIT fotftnes ana MoJdi Imperial Hpnring Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377 1022 TERMS TKADtS Dunn g 9 a .m.. Sunday services l£l*£^*£ £ at Temple ^moraRabbilUr^errecuu P ^ fc Brooks Wfll launch a nc £*M -J^ ^ g )Vernment the Rabbi program. j officials, and interviewed a numFollowin" the lecture on "Relibcr of students from several of gious Laws and Customs," guests| tne new independent African naare invited to stay for the monthly. (ion> breakfast sponsored by the BrotnJn add i tiofli a musical and edu-; eihood and called *>r 10 a.m. \ cation ,i program is planned. •ii Kvthan The Women's Division is not a Featured sp^lierw.ll be Nathan !" or an i za tion. Modest Perlmutter. dtrector oltt* nor () — tujtion f ida Anti-DcfamaUon League Of J^J^ and ^s „f labora-j B'nai B'rith. ,—rT~ ~~ I 4 i 4 i Zamora Sisterhood Dance Annual square dance sponsored by Temple Zamora Sisterhood is scheduled for Saturday evening at the Temple, with Marvin Hertz, professional caller. MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th AVE. LEO ALLEN, Director Hi. FR 9-0278, FR 4-5437 Speciolixina in Core to the EMerly end Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Observe 1 Private and Semi-Privete Rooms — Jewish-Style Cooking MWWVWVlrWWWS NOW! INTRODUCING PVIriMIPVMljedAs%l LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* County Over 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 NEW TYPE UMBRELLA FOR SCREENED-IN PATIOS PORTABLE SCREEN HOUSE 3 Sites 9x9 9x12.3 12.xl2.3 CHAIRS RE WEBBED as lew as $2.50 Wl CARRT A COmntTt LINE OF OUTDOOR FURNITURE. BOULEVARD PATIO SHOP 6701 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 758-3041 WTV^TVTV^ FREE PICK UP A DELIVERY /VVW^r^^^r^ %  I — m xM I Sill KM SHOP Ij. WJBMIM Few daors Iren. Walfie. 6IFTS fraa. hr-ri £ fcrjBWjJMJJ *%Jj£ Dreid.ls, Menorahs. CHANUKA SUPPUES: ^S%SSS HU0S JS&Xul Dade and Broword Ce-.".y "TLECTRV MENORAHS From *M ^ FOR THE HOLIDAYS NAVE A CUSTOM TABLE PAD ARROW TABLE PAD CO. 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-aae 14-A ige 14-A nil HT %  UtomteD fh^riiclictn Friday. November 29, 1963 Off fhe Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN 'Snobbish' Bronxvitle Not Racist ANTHROPOLOGISTS ponder-1 •^ ing social differences be tween America and Europe might well be advised tha' ihere is such a pattern as th American way of life in anti Jewishnc.-s which is quite dif-j icrent from that prevailing in| Europe. Anti-Semitism in Europe is I a blood-soaked, pogrom-oriented spasm ot hate. In the United States, except for the lunatic fringe, it is best described as a desire to have as little as possible to do with Jews. A classic example oi the American way ol prejudiced life has come to light in Bronxville, quare mile of choice real estate between two lusty N v York communities—the Bronx and Yonkc Life in Bronxville has been elegant and wellmam as it was planned by its founder 75 years ag< li is one ol the wealthiest communi ties in the United States, with an average annual tamilj income oi nearlj It i% %  community oi handsome homes and smart shops It is. in tact, a very nice place to live, ii one can Miml It. No doubl some Jews and nos sibl) ei II a fev Negroes i iuld afford it However, far as il ( in be determined, there is not a single Jewish or Negro resident in the whole an ... it strains credulity to the breaking poinl to believe 'his purity ot Anglo-Saxon, Protestant residence is strictly happenstance. Still, Bronxville i si ents are quick to reject any suggestion ot prejudice. Prejudice nowadays is uncouth. \ s k a Bronxvillite, and lie will promptly say: "We have nothing against anyone. It's just that we don'i want to have the community spoiled by the nouveaux riches—or anything." The Standard explanation ot the Bronxville realtors is along lie same lines "Jews just haven't cared to come here, and Negroes haven't been able to affofd to." Lately other views have developed in plump ly-cushioued, self-isolated Bronxville. Consider that of Mrs. William L. Colt, widow of an industrialist executive and a resident of Bronxville for 50 years She says: "The attitudes of this community are disgraceful. Bronxville is internationally inlamous for discrimination." That is why she took the lead in bringing toge'her 185 Bronxville residents to form a Committee on Human Rights to seek to change those attitudes. The committee laces a long uphill Struggle and the nature of the problem again points up the differences in the expressions of prejudice between the Old and the New World. The happy, well-adjusted comfortable denisens of Bronxville really cannot be honestly said to hale .li 0 or Ihe Jews. It is quite likely in fact that most Bronxville residents have little or no intance with Jew -. re ot these attitudes more likely resides m a determination to be lefl alone by the swirling lides of social change ol our age. There h been some turnover in the Bronxville populate n but it has not been in the nature of "the class who could gel along with each other." The Vnglo-Saxons Ol Bronxville do not hate Jews or Negroes. They are clearly too well mannered and civilized for such regrettable lapse Thej simply hate change, As one oi them put it: "We like things as they are in Bronxville; whv should anyone try to change them?" Insularity and a pleasant conviction that one should live with people ol similar views and backgrounds explain much more about the lack of Jews an I Negroes in Bronxville than any efforts to find proof of true racist hatred. The proper diagnosis would seem to be snobbishness rather than racism. And that too ia commentary on the unique differences between the .\\u World and the Old. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN i Scholar Reviews the Pharisees THE PHARISEES-The Socioegical Background of Their = aith. By Dr. Louis Finkel;tein. Third Revised Edition. Two volumes boxed. 1134 pp. 3 hilad?!phia: Jewish Publica%  on Society of America. 222 No. 15th St. A Guest Review By DR. SAUL LEEMAN IT EVOKES no sui prisi I i that in our contemporai j citj man and 1 dwi Hi r will often assume %  isinj \ ii .. on the political, i iai and economic issueol dav Recognizing that this •nomenon inot pecular to Dr. Louis Fink%  in 2.i years ago demonated in his monumental work -i the Pharisees that the clash tween the urban and the ral points of view underlies basii differences between e Pharisees and the Sadcees. The former he idcufies with the urban-plebian les, while the latter he mates with the rural-patrician crests. The differences in the position they take on ceremonial I and i n theological doctrine e traced by the author to the nosing viewpoints assumed the city dweller and the an of the country. For illustration, trke the question of the sabbath lights (kindled in ad. rice of the Sabbath, of course) hich were permitted by the Pharisees and prohibited by the saddueees. Prof. Finkelstein cry convincingly explains how these views were rooted in the prevailing social conditions of these classes. The use of fire 0 the Sabbath for illuminain was superfluous for the ;atrician farmer who was wont to retire early; travel after irk being so difficult, there as no "night life" in his rural setting. Add to this the fact that in e lowlands where he dwelt a .... v.**. DR. LOU'S HNKUSTUN convincing explanation pleasant w a r m temperature made [ire unnecessary for heating as well, and we can readily understand why the denial of Sabbath fire worked little hardship on him. By contrast, the city plebian would spend his Sabbath evening visiting friends, listening to a lecture. studying, or indulging in other evening activity which city life afforded. Thus lire for him was essential for light; the cold Jerusalem winters made it equally essential lor heat. From this illustration and the many others offered, we can readily understand what our author means when he tells us that "customs create exegesis, not exegesis customs" In similar fashion does Dr. Finkelstein demonstrate how the differences in social outlook between plebian and patrician color their attitudes toward such doctrines as Resurrection, Immortality. Angelology, Free Will and other basic philosophical and theological issues. This sociological analysis is not limited to the two centuries of the Pharisaic-Sadducean period. Tracing the roots of the Sadducean views to the aristocrats landowners ol the First ( ommonu i alth, he projects the in patrician controversj hack to biblical times In the process, he treats us to a brilliant sociological analysis ol the biblical pei iod ..: d d< t our understanding ol the Prophets in w hom hi' sees the pro genitors ot the Pharisaic outlook This year, a quarter of B tury alter the iir.-t appean ot thiwork. Dr. Finkelstein has revised his honk with the audition ot a 100-page introdui tion. as veil as a 200-page sup plement. In this new material, the author reviews his own 19J8 work with a critical pbjecth ity which does credit to the highest tradition of true scholarship. In many cases, he reenforces his earlier analysis bj adding new insights. In the supplement, Dr. Finkelstein adds tiie interesting insight that another factor may have been the relief that tire was tabu on the Sabbath, an idea derived from the Mesopotamian "shabbatu" which prevail i d among the provincials. In some instances. Dr. Finkelstein revises his analysis on the basis of further research. For instance, in his original discussion of the Resurrection, he attributes Isaiah 26:19, the verse in which this doctrine is tint clearly enunciated, to a late post exilic prophet In his revision, however, he accepts the view of Ezekiel Kaufmann who convincingly establishes Isianic authorship for Isaiah 24-27, thus placing this clear reference to the Resurrection of the Dead not in the Persian period but in the eighth century B.C.E. Included in the new material is a systematic cataloguing of 23 controversies between the Saddueees and the Pharisees with a thoroughly documented analysis which could come to us only from the pen of this foremost master of the field. Calendar Reform Would Disturb The Fixity of the Sabbath Fete W HILE th. J e w i s I world is deej 1 y impres. ed with th Vatican rec o m m e n d a tion to the B c u m e n leal Counci to denounce Jews are a deicide people rejected by God—"Christ Killer-" in the popular epithet— Jewish organtzatioi are disturbed over the inclination ol the Ecumenical Council to tu\ or a change in the calendar The overwhelming majontj ol the Council has already agr ed to deel ire that the Catholic Church ones not oppose 8 reformed universal civil calendar, pi ovule.; that the ot M" en .lavs with itSunday safi guarded. 'I he question ol calendar reform goes back t i th.davot the League o| Nations and habeen before ihe United Nations tor some' time. The la-t move was made in the United Nations in 1956, when t>ii_,ilions transcend assumed economic benefits and that the Jewi-h Sabbath has been observed by the Jewish people tor over i years. They propose substitute plans I' r the reform ol the present calendar without a "Blank Day" which would result in a "wandering" Sabbath lor Jews The Jewish organizations op posing the "Blank Day" device include the American Jewish Committee, the American Jcwi.-h Congress and other national Jewish groups whose mem herare mostly non-()rllio.|.i\ but who are interested in safeguarding the fixity of the Sabbath. Should the Fcumenical Council decide to support the proposed calendar reform, the dei ision w mild hav e to be approved by the Pope in any i ise, an) calendar relurm backid by the Catholic Church will constitute only the opinion ol the Church, leaving the actual decision on the question to individual governments and to the United Nations. Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN The Aid Amendment Battle W.i j\ coming showdo n b< l • ei n the state lie P rtment an Congress on terminating aid lo Nas er'i iypl u i -he Administra 'i la (l.vlaic whether it considerV,. ,., an aggressive menace or a worthy friend., maj dirj .m nd to .ml tor Nasser are ii." j Senators, both Republicanand Democrats Included are even Sen. Ted Kennedy, of Massachusetts, the late President's youngest-— brother, and Sen, Hubert Humphrey, of Minnesota, the assistant Maj i itv Leader. Insisting thai assistance to Egypt should be continued are Secretary of St ,t,Dean Rusk, all echelons of the State Department, and the I s Agencj for International Development I A I I). > n "' long-impendini confrontation came when the. Senate this month adopted, by a vote of 65 to 13. an amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill to sever aid to anv country "engaging in or preparing for aggressive military efforts." Its sponsors made clear that the amendment was aimed directly at Egypt. II aid to Nasser inow t„ be continued, the President is required under tho amendment to certilv that Egypt itree from aggressive te i The white House does not like to be put on the spot in this way. The Senate arendmenl was precisely the same as one Pled earlier by Ik,. House. This ensures its inclusion in the final bill. Senators openly admitted that they voted for the amendincut because Ihe State Department consistently snored previous guidelines voiced by the Senate on aid to Nasser. Many Senatorcharged Department officials with pronord'n.v'i T ^T 1 s """"" ,n, < N"r was branded a threat SJB : menacc t0 'he peace of the entire reThe main complaint against further American a-istance to huv'nL^ '",' ls ,l,vt rsion of Egyptian resources to niv u re soviet ,e lumbers and other arms. Congress noted •o, a f'. ;:U Nassers arnml intrusion in Yemen continued despite United Nations complaints, his dispatch of ..-to Algeria tor „> %  against Morocco coincided with actions nek buili (" %  %  •'" :'",""V ,hreaU,nt,


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fJewisii fJnrBrl*— F:ge 8-A > .IFH IS f ihrkKan Friday. November 23.1963 Nation Mourns the Death of President Kennedyi^i^FH^ lievcd in Israel. Continued from Pa.ge 1-A scheduled to have attended Christ Methodic Church: and Msgr. George H. Guilfoyle. repre be inaugurated in memory of Mr. Kennedy at the HadassahL. Brown and Louis Segal, prcsi dent and secretary of the Farand uouli'n,. tect it against its enemies." Dr. Neumann said: '\y e t nt. at Madison Square Garden. ^ ew y or |. huge auditorium was jammed i; capacity by 18.000 Jews paying u cute to the memory of their }i\e. fallen President. Eulogies were delivered by Rabbi Israel r. vshowitz. president of the New V rk Board of Rabbis; the Rev. I: Ralph W, Sockman. pastor of 1 >. rising the Catholic Charities' <*l.. Hebrew University Medical Cen( band-Labor Zionist Qto"; Moses with anguish, overwhel !" Several Jewish organizations announced the establishment of memorials honoring the name of the martyred President. Hadassari, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, announced that a "fitting memorial" will Shazar Heads Israel Delegation To Funeral for Slain Leader Continued from Page 1-A ccTimemorative service held at t^-e Washington Hebrew Congrejefion as a memorial to Mr. • ennedy conducted by the Washgton Jewish Community. At '-•'$ solemn event, they were ;• esenf as participants in a Jew'.-I religious, devotional service, tether than in their official calcifies as representatives of the S-ate of Israel. \onday. observing America's • .onal Day of Mourning, all Isli consulates throughout the c .ntry. including the Consulate neral in New York, were closed. Irs. Meir made public Monday i contents of a telegram she sent : Secretan of State Rusk as soon • -he had learned of the assassinn of President Kennedy. She 1 in this country, heading IsI's delegation to the United Na • is General Assembly. In her ?saee to Mr Rusk, she empha lv express my shock and sorrow • d that "no words can adequate over this tragedy." AMIS. JACQUELINE KENNEDY hostess inspilt grief Freight Sale Today Furniture! The puH'c on no buy fine furniture at treat sacrifice at Gr.mJ Cen• Freight! Furniture Sales. 16J6 N.W, 7th A\c, Miami, Ha. They are open <\en day from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm. YOL: un bn a 51.000 bedicom or dining room suite in French or Italian Provinxial or Duncan Pin le or the new Mediterranean style tor %  $28$. Ir perfect, tor about $JS5. It damaged, much cheaper. IT Ultra Modem, Danish Modern or Farly American, bedroom and dinsuite* h Agency rav of hope 0 a darkem ( "JJ Jacqueline Kennedy, as well as and thc staffs of othcr niajor cen ,, e faced hc riesperau pledges of utmost support to Pre* tra Zionist s^,^ of our wjth £ g pledges of utmost support to Pres i.ient Johnson, were issued by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization and the World Jewish Congress; A. M. Sonnabend, president of the American Jewish Committee: problem! tral Zionist bodies. of our age with courage, witk Speakers were Dr. Goldmann. youthful vigor, with profound usDr Neumann, and Rabbi Eugene derstanding. and deep sympathy Dushinsky. of the cultural departfor the underprivileged, the rj* ment of the Jewish Agency. inherited and the oppre! Dr. Goldman characterized the Rabbi Dushinskv read the E assassinated President as "a great Mole Rachamim. thc traditioni Rabbi Joachim Prinz. president of Amcrlcan a cader in hp caU se praver for the de.id the American Jewish Congress; Label A. Kptz. national president of B'nai B'rith. Also Dr. Emanuel Neumann. chairman of the Jewish Agenc> for Israel-American Section; Dr. Max Nussbaum. president of the Zionist Organization of America; Monroe Goldwater. president of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York: Murray L. Gurfein. president of United Hias Service; Lewis H. Weinstcin. chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council; Solomon Litt. president of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Also Rabb: Mordetai Kirshblum. president of the Religious Zionists of America; Agudath Israel of America, national Jewish Orthodox Movement; Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky. president of Hadassah; Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein. chairman of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee; Meyer Association Elects Gertner Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, was elected president-elect of the Florida Hospital Association for the year 1963-64 at its meeting in Orlando las! Thursday. The association, comprised of 156 accredit ed hospitals throughout the state, plans policy for all member hospitals in Florida. NURSE With fine home in S.W. Section has Urge room with bath available. Delicious Meals. Ph. 443-8381 PARCELS to RUSSIA • ROUMANIA • POLAND HUNGARY • LITHUANIA Food. Woolcni. Suitingi, Dreit Fabric* Weiring Apparel. 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14-A 7JC;2 8-B > knist fhridkuri .OMAN OF THE WEEK Bea Courshon is quite frank in saying that the biggest moment vou ever break Now it can be told 47 years Bea was engaged to her future husband's best frit ...end inquired of Aaron. -How do you like my gM? l right to the point: "I like her well enough that if > her life until up I'll marry her. Born in Chicago. all Bea lived in Benton Harbor she moved to Miami. Because she was an avid reader, her family thought she would become an attorney, but sorry to tell, her arithmetic wasn't good enough. Her folks had a millinery store, and Bea loved to spend her tune there. The Courshons moved to Miami in 1937 with their three sons, and Bea was busy setting up a new life for all of them for the first f-w years. Then she became interested and involved in organization work and the community. Since she had been practically through the Carolinas and Georgia St. raised onHadassah and Youth Aliyah, she became a Hadassah vice president, with Youth that Miss Wasserman, Jay Hertz Marry Barbara Rae Wasserman and Ronald Jay Hertz exchanged nuptial vows at Beth Torah Congregation on Sunday. Nov. 24. Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated at the mid-afternoon ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Temple. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wasserman, 1190 NE 110th Ter.. the bride was attended by her sister. Susan Wasserman, and Sue Popkin. the bridegroom's i sister. Serving as junior bridesmaids were Sharon Classman and Robin Popkin. Best man and usher for the bridegroom were William Marks and John Shafer. Mark Popkin was ringbearer. A 1961 graduate of the University of Miami. Mrs. Hertz attend ed the University of Florida. Her sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. Her husband also attended the University of Florida and is an alumnus of RCA Institute. He belongs to Kiwanis International No. Miami Beach. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hertz. 1035 NE 170th Ter. The newlyweds will travel MRS. RONALD HERTZ on their honeymoon. On their return they will live at 693 NE 151st Friday. November 29. 1963 Palgon, Buchwald Exchange Vows Dr. Irving Lehrman was officiating rabbi at the Sunday evening wedding on Nov. 24 of Joye~ Buehwald an* Emanuel 1'iil^on. Following the ceremony and reception held in the Seville Hotel, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip through Florida. Attending the couple were Mrs. David Buchwald, matron of hon or, Susan Mishket, Eleanor Pal gon. Sue Rosenberg and Diane Tauber. bridesmaids. Best mar. was Alfred Palgon. David Buch wald. Shelby Freedland. Sidney Gcrsh and Joseph Seidle served ai ushers. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Buchwald, 236.", SW 21st Ave. Mr. and Mrs Jos cph Palgon. 2645 SW 34th Ct., are the parents of the bridegroom The new Mrs. Palgon is a gra.: uate of Miami Senior High and _• past president of Omega Delta Psi Council. Her husband is graduate of Dade County Schon of Dental Technology. The couple will live at 126 Sidonia. BlA Children's Alivah as her main project. It seems she" was always attending meetings—among them Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, i ome for the Aged. Variety Children's Hospital, the Florence Cntten%  .en Home, Heart. Cancer. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and '. >mbined Jewish Appeal. Presently she's chairman of the journal for Variety I >spital. She started the hospital's life membership drive and colI. cted $6,000 in one afternoon. The Courshons' three sons are married and have nine children non them Arthur and his Carol, Jack and his Dolores, and Buddyid his Susy All three are lawyers, fulfilling their mother's unluli lied promise. Aaron was proud to be the father of three lawyers. I e had no formal education himself except through sixth grade. In •50. he enrolled in law school and graduated cum laude—so now it's .• tamily of four lawyers. Bea enjovs her grandchildren but not in the role of a baby-sitter. f-ie says thisone thing she's never done—and doesn't intend to do. Bea i, kes to eat. but doesn't have a yen for cooking. She likes to enter;.iin in her lovely home, when the parties are small, but the bigger ie>, of course, are at the Thunderbird Motel. An occasional game : cards—Kaluki is her claim to fame—a quiet evening at home to %  ad and watch television, her Hadassah group she launched ten j ars ago, close family ties and fun with the grandchildren—these are I an of the pattern of Bea's life. -:„ •:• <• IAY UNCLE Beryl and Abe Schonfeld entertained at cocktails and dinner at Uie Coconut Grove Playhouse Abe's niece, Maryanne Kanter, is a ood friend of Susan Kohner. starring in the play, "Take Her, She's line." So she came out to see her friend's Uncle Abe and meet his guests The guests were Lottie and Emil Morton. Elaine and Paul ] randwen, Relons and Bill Wickman, and Jackie and David Hochberg. ," ROUND FIGURED BIRTHDAY Eleanor (Mrs Gus) Feuer had a luncheon for her mother. Blanche < Irs. Louis) Friedman. It was a very special party for a very special 1 ithday The combination of Eleanor's friends who knew her mother ell and her mother's own friends made the afternoon one fraught ith love and friendship. At the tables for ten at Westview Country ( luh. the fragrant floral centerpieces were flanked by gaily-wrapped ifts for the guests. Among the guests were Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs. lax Orovitz (did you know they were sisters?), Mrs. Marshall Feuer and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. The strolling accordionist played many %  loies. much to the delight of Mrs. Jeanne Rothchild. Among other uets were Mrs. Ann Anehell. Mrs. Adelma Hellman, Mrs. Max Iral•ra, Mrs. Frank Sachs, celcbnting a birthday of her own. Mrs. Charles .iloeh, and Mrs. Jennie Mensky. • "HEY HEARD HER AT LAST Lena and Sam Goldstein knew that their daughter, Blanche (Mrs. < hesterRoss, of Harrison, N.Y.. a national vice president of the • randeis University National Women's Committee, is a terrific speaker, but they never heard her. The whole family, including Pat and ( harlie Goldstein, and B.B. (wife Grace was out of town) went to| vie Carillon Hotel to listen to her address the membership meeting' cf tinMiami Beach Chapter. They agreed wholeheartedly with the audience who loved her. Tibe (Mrs. Samuel) Brown, of Harber House, ] I ad a whole bus load of new members. Among them were Mrs. Bernard Kaplan. Mrs. Leonard Levenson, Mrs. Nat Woronov and Mrs. Edward Seigel. Among other members there in their best were Mrs. -am Goldman, Mrs. Nathan Nash, Mrs. Juliet Hartman Burk, Mrs. lax Stadler. and Mrs. George Wolpert. • *•)> •* SHADES OF LAVENDER It was a bath and tloset shower in the Louis Phillipe Room of the ontamebleau Hotel given by Natalie (Mrs. Morns) Cohen for Carolyn v'einkle, daughter of Zena and Jerome Weinkle, whose marriage to ten ill Lamb gets closer and closer. The hostess and guest of honor oth wore lavender to match the decor. Individual lighted houses with • arolyn's name on the sign posts showed the guests their places. At ;he head table, for a change, sat some men—at a bridal luncheon. Natalie's husband, Maury, the father of the bride, and the groom. They had more fun than anybody. Among guests, in additon to all he Weinkles, were Mrs. John Feller, Mrs. George Feller and Mrs. %  avid Loveman. Under a fancy umbrella were all the fancy gifts—but "Ot a single can of scouring powder in the whole umbrella full of r^tties. Double Ring Rites For Lt. Lefskys A double ring ceremony held In Baltimore. Md unite.l Beverly Susan Ominsky of that city and Lt. Lawrence Harry Lefsky in August. A graduate of the University of Florida, the bridegroom is serving in the IS. Navy at the Atlantic Intelligence Center in Norfolk. Ya.. where the couple now live The bridegroom ithe MMI of Mrs. Herman Lefsky. who scr\c> as secretary of the B'nai P. nth Anti-Defamation League in Miami Alumnae Hold Fashion Show Alumnae Association <>f Delta Phi Epsilon sorority held ItJ M nual luncheon and fashion shnu on Saturday at Tony'* Fi-h Mar ket. with proceeds to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Fashions by Allandale's and Jun ior Bazaar were modeled by memberof the alumnae, their children, and actives ol the L'niver sit> of Miami Chapter Mr-. Saul Cohen was in charge of tickets. •ts K \. .•• n.-r-K MRS. tMAHUli PAIGON Good Will Chiefs To be Guests MRS. IAWRINCE LtfSKY August Rites For Miss Perkell Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perkell, of Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann Elise, to Barry Stanley Briss. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Briss, of Randolph, Mass. An August wedding, to be held in Boston, is planned. Heads of the Good Will Industries will bi miests during ser\ ices at Temple B'nai Abraham on Friday evening. President Roy A. Perry will give a brief history of the Good Will program, and Don Butler, public relations director, will give n i. a report on recent progress mad in helping the disabled to becom productive citizens. 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Friday. November 29, 1983 *Jfni.st Ihrili t, Page 9-A Arts League Plans Concert The Miami Beach Music and Arls League will present the second concert of its fall-winter series at the Carillon Hotel on Monday, Dec. 16. at 8:30 p.m. Featured artists include Manet-1 ta Bitter. 6-year-old virtuoso on' I the recorder, assisted by her sis-1 | tcr Noel n. and 13-year-old broth-1 | er, Robert. Their parents. Bar-, baia and John Bitter, complete the ensemble. John Bitter, former Dean of, the School of Music at the Univer-1 sity of Miami, and past conductor' of the University Symphony Or-1 chestra. will in addition to leading! the recorder ensemble, serve as; musical commentator and play the flute, accompanied by Virginia' Urban, pianist. Vocalist of the evening will be Vancv Green, contralto. Sonya. Balogh, violinist, concertmaster of the Miami Beach Symphony Orcnestra. and Miss Urban will pity "—-hiri's Sonata in B minor. Opw 108. in additon. ballerina Ninette Rubio. formerly of the Pro Arte Academy, in Havana, will preform. Program chairman is Boris Graber. Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin (left), of Maryland, congratulates Murray A. Shaw, president ol Temple Ner Tamid, and presents him with the Israel Redemption Award as Rabbi Eugene Labovitz looks on. The presentation was made at the Temple Ner Tcrmid-Israel Dinner of Tribute last Saturday night at the Fontcii.ebleau Hotel on behalf of State of Israal Bonds. Winston Churchill Hails Development Of Israel at Commendation Dinner in LA. By Special Report St;itin^ that he has been inter ested in Zionism for many years, Sir Winston Churchill this week hailed tne economic development (.1 the State ot Urael. The world-famoua British statesman expressed his views in a letter in which he acknowledged a Ciimmciidation AwMd by the Los Aneelc.s Commi'tee for Israel Bonds tor his lifelong interest in the eatablidiment of the state of Israel. "I have been concerned with the develi>nep ; c* Z o-.ism since their ear'iet days fir Winston %\4, "*rd have viewed with pleasure and admiration the maturing •* the State of Israel. It is mi earnest hope that Israel may presper and live in peace with her neighbors, to the detriment of nwt and to the listing benefit of the Middle East." ('iiiimeiulation Awards for Sir Winston an.! nine other outstanding personalities were announced at a dinner niven this week by the Los Angeles Committee for, Israel Bonds. Gov. Edmund (i. Brown, of California, who was ;i special guest at the dinner, termed Israel "a refuge from man's tyranny and a citadel of man's hope. "Israel is more than the Jewish homeland." he added, "it is the ideological homeland of all who love liberty and who are willing lo pay the often terrible price of liberty."' He pointed out that Israels achievements "should not be measure:! only in material progress. Israel's greatest achievements have been those of the human spirit—of man's fierce determination to live by laws of his own making in a land of his own choosing." HIGHEST RATE PAID IN SOUTH FLORIDA ANTICIPATED ANNUAL DIVIDf.N0 PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERir • Frtt Gift wilh eb rttw account of $250.00 of mort MM TIANSHR OP FUNDS FROM ANVWHRRE IN THE U.S. All f.nds deposited by the 20th earn from tfce 1st. OPEN, FRIDAY EVENING TILL 8 P.M. OMMUNITY < j I HDJiRAL IN ESSEX VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER. HIALEAH DRIVE at E. 4'" AVE.. HIALEAH ulTIZENS OF DADE COUNTY THE ANSWER YOU GIVE ON DECEMBER 3 TO THESE QUESTIONS WILL AFFECT YOUR LIFE, PROPERTY AND GENERAL SAFETY. READ THEM WELL! AND THEN VOTE TO RESTORE DIGNITY AND RE SPECT TO THE OFFICE OF SHERIFF! !" J*€^ you going lo elect EITHER one of the exsheriffs who are now calling each other lia r and burglar?


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Page 12-B +Jeistncridiair> Friday. November 29. 1963 Akiva Goffer, Florida representative for the Zim Israel Navigation Company, Ltd., shows United Fund Campaign Poster Girl Christine Foster and Gen. E A. Evans, 1963 United Fund campaign chairman, a model of the SS Jerusalem which will be used by the United Fund on the evening of Dec. 19. Zim Lines, owners of the SS Jerusalem, are turning over the cruise ship to the United Fund campaign division leaders for a final reception and dinner at the close of the 1963 campaign. World-Renowned Rabbi Swift to Speak At Mesivta Scholarship Dinner Sunday A eapacily attendance is expected as Rabbi Isaac L. Swift will be guest speaker at the Mesivta third annual scholarship dinner Sunday evening at Waldman's Hotel. Rabbi Swift, noted educator, is now on the faculty of Herzl Institute and Institute of Jewish Studies, governor of the Mesivta High School of Borough Park, formerly member of the Educator's Committees of Schulamith School, Eitz-Chaim end Toras Ernes Yeshivahs. Previously he served in London, England, and Sydney, Australia, where he was founder of the London Jewish Day School, chairman of the board of the Hebrew Education and Executive Council of New Zealand and Australia. Leo Robinson, guest of honor, emphasized that "the success of this scholarship dinner will make it possible to keep our doors open to all young men anxious to study and excel." Miami Beach Councilman Hy_—,_ — i Stylist, Director Named on Beach Larry Salterman has been named stylist director for Louis and August's new salon to open Dec. 9 at 907 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach. Salterman, a resident of North Miami Beach, has been in Miami Beach for two years and hair stylist for nine years in New York City, where he lectured and gave numerous styling demonstrations. Louis Thomas and August Pannel announced that there will be seven stylists, a professional hair colorist and manicuresf to staff the third of their salons. Louis and August also have salons at 1020 Lincoln Road Mall and 236 Valencia, Coral Gables. RABBI ISAAC SWIFT man Galbut. chairman of the dinner, said that a large percentage of Mesivta students are on partial or full scholarships. It is the only senior high school yeshiva in all Florida, where some 30 Jewish teen-age boys are boarded and educated. Rabbi Morns L. Horovitz, principal of the school, reports that "Harvard College, New York University and Yeshiva University have honored our first graduating class with full scholarships. Our purpose is not necessarily to train our students to be rabbis and teachers, but rather to identify them strongly with American Jewish life and culture." Frank to Head Committee Here For Beth Jacob Miami Beach Vice Mayor Bernard Frank was this week named to head a committee of prominent persons for the 30th anniversary testimonial dinner of Beth Jacob Congregation. The dinner, marking the foundation of the first house of worship >n Miami Beach, will honor Abe Eisenberg. Also announced has been the appointment of Leonard Zilbert, vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels, as chairman of the testimonial. Named co-chairmen are Herman Berk, Jacob Cohen, Carl Grossberg, Dr. Leo Levin and Stanley C. Myers. Honorary chairman is Dr. Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob. The testimonial will be held Sunday evening, Feb. 23, at the Deauville Hotel. Members of the committee iuclude: Shepard Broad, Ben Cohen, Councilman Mai Englander, Judge Milton Feller, Councilman Hyman ?. Galbut, Ben B. Gaines, Harry CJenet, Sam Gertner, Max D. Goldhagen, Lee Goudis, Commissioner Alex Gordon, Commissioner Chuck Hall, Donald R. Jones, Samuel Kaplan, Isidor Kramer, David Krevat, Sol Krevat, Dr. Irwin Makovsky, Louis Makovsky, Wm. G. Mechanic, Leo Meyer, Philip .Vemirovsky, Selma Oritt, Samuel Reinhard, Leonard Rosen, Dan Roth, Israel Schultz, Sam Schwartz, Morris Segal, Sam Seltzer, Harry I. Sonz, Commissioner Harold Spaet, Mrs. Max Thurston and Jack Wucher. SHOPPING AROUND Art Institute Exhibit Women's Committee for the Art Institute of Miami will sponsor an art exhibit on Sunday, from 1 to 6 p.m., in the gardens of the home of Mrs. Hillard Gold, 700 Lake View Dr. Faculty and artists associated with the Art Institute of Miami will have their paintings on display. Editor Will Address Mizrachi Leo Mindlin, executive editor | of The Jewish Floridian, will bei guest speaker at a joint meeting i of all Mizrachi Chapters of the Greater Miami area. All members of Mizrachi Worn! >n's Organization of America are| invited to attend the annual area ea to be hold on Tuesday. Dec. 10, 1 p.m., at the Hebrew Academy Auditorium. A capsule report of the 38th annual national convention will be given by Mrs. AlfreJ Stone, coor dinator for Florida, with greetings from Mrs. Pearl Schwartz and Mrs. Abe Barkin, delegates from this area who were among [he representatives of the religious Zionist organization in Washington. "Budget, adopted for 1963 at convention, of $1,295,000 emphasizes vocational training and teacher training to aid in integration of youth in Israel," according to Mrs. Stone. Mindlin recently returned from a study of Israel as a guest of several government agencies. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs. Julius Rosenstein and Mrs. Donald Schrager are co-chairmen of the annual membership meeting. Refreshments will be served. MIAMI STUDIO SHOP-2360 W. Flagler St. ORIGINAL OILS BY MIAMIANS $50 TOP PRICE COtO MtTAl LEAF HAMtS KM PORTRAITS Custom Framing Pictures or Memorabalia Artist Ceramic Supplies DR. MARTIN K. WAGNER PODIATRIST ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OFFICES FOR THE TREATMENT OF DISORDERS OF THE FOOT AND LEG BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 665-3224 7304 RED ROAD SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA Beth David Auction Sunday Women of Beth David Sisterhood are busily finishing plans for their auction to be held in Spector Hall on Sunday evening. Leonard Stern will be auctioneer, and there will be many items auctioned. There is no admission fee, and coffee and refreshments will be served. Theodor's Restaurant Open The new Theodor's Restaurant and Ice Cream Shoppe is now opened at 2000 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach, under completely new ownership and management headed by localite Abe Altman. Hours of operation are from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., daily, and it is expected that the dining room will remain open 24 hours a day shortly. Maxwell House The lighting of the first candle > .in the eve of Chanuka ushers m a week-long festival commemorat-, ing an important event in Jewish history. In keeping with the tradition of serving the best for the holidays, be sure that Maxwell House Coffee is on your shopping list. Maxwell House Coffee n o w brings you its special rich flavor in a convenient "no key" can. This handy can opens with a can opener and is resealed to measure freshess with a special plastic top thai comes with the can. Also available for holiday enjoyment is Instant Maxwell House, the original Sabbath coffee. Instant Maxwell House is so rich and full bodied that you can now brew it by the potful. Just put a heaping teaspoon of coffee in a carafe or pot for each cup of colfee you want to make. Add an equal number of cups of water, heat until boiling, simmer briefly to bring out all the wonderful llavor. and serve. Richer by the pot, and richer by the cup, serve Maxwell House and you serve the finest. •r a Philadelphia Cream Cheese If you want a true test of quality and appeal in a food product and an overwhelming favorite as well, Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese is your choice. Philadelphia Brand C r e a in Cheese has just the right combination of.,taste, smoothness and richness, blended into one delicious iaste treat. It is perfect for all those extra meals and snacks you will be serving during the Chanuka holiday. Philadelphia Cream Cheese is excellent with lux and bagels, in salads, kreplach and blintzes, and grand in a variety of dips and party canapes. Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese is another quality product from Kraft Foods, and it's certified kosher. Wolff's Kasha Chances are thai sometime during the Chanuka holiday you will want to serve a good hot bowl of! soup to your family. For a special i treat, you might try chicken soup with Kasha, and be sure to use Wolff's Kasha, a tradition in Jew-j ish homes for generations. The basic kasha recipe is as follows: 1 egg beaten 1 cup Wolff's Brown Buckwheat Groats 1-4 cup shortening 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups water Combine egg, Groats and salt, In medium-sized frying pan melt shortening. Stir in Groat mixture and water; bring to boil. Cook, tightly covered, over low heat 15 minutes. Makes 4 servings. Serve as a vegetable, with gravy, or spooned into hot soup as mentioned above. For a free Kasha cookbook filled with new recipes for modern meals and entertaining, send your name, and address to Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, N.Y. 3 • Vita Schmaltz Herring If there were ever two words meant for each other, they are Vita and herring. Vita has had a romance going with the versatile herring for generations, and the result of this match has been eating enjoyment in homes from coast to coast. In line with Vita's policy of always finding more ways for vou to enjoy herring, they have just introduced Vita Old Fashioned Pickled Schmaltz Herring. Vita's Old Fashioned Schmaltz Herring is pickled with finest imported herring, crisp onion rings, vinegar, wine and a tantalizing combination of spices. TAis delicious herring really takes you back to the good old days, when Mama used to have them marinating in an earthenware crock for days. Look for the attractive blue, yellow and led top jar in lib. and 2 lb. jars, and treat yotqself to the newest fine product front.Vita. Milady Food* With the approach of Chanuka, housewives will need all the help they can get in putting varietv into their holiday meals. Tn children and father will j^e ^iome for extra meals, so ntJurjfllys they too will appreciate a treat that's different. Milady has the answer in their quick frozen blintzes and potato pancakes. These tasty, easy-toprepare products are excellent as a main dish, side dish or snack. Milady has brought blintzes a long way since Grandma's day. They offer the traditional chtese blintzes, plus delicious variations such as apple, blueberry, cherry, potato and strawberry cheese. They are all extra good when topped with sour cream or your favorite jams and jellies. So treat your family to the foods that have long been favorites among gourmets, and then sit back while the compliments fly. Seagram's V.O. From time to time, in almost every product category, a single brand will shoot into prominence only to fade away equally as fast. For a short time it is considere^ %  •in." but sud.ierily it become"out." On the other hand, you have products which through the years have steadily v on a large and loyal following based on continued excellence. Such a product is Seagram's Imported V.O.. a Canadian whisky that reignonce again as the season's most classic import. More people order and serve V.O. than any other imported whisky, including Scotch. 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November 29, 1963 *Jenlst> fteridHan Page 13-A k CllQIlOUS (XH ISRAEL. 7801 CB'IVIB svs. jodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. %  EME.S. 2533 SW 19th e. fvMiVe. Rabbi ABt-ahaVM SehCANDlUlGHTlkG TIMt 13 Kislev — 5:09 p.m. V .•" [DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conive. Rabin Norman N. Shapiro. William W. l-ipson. ..in. Sal unlay !i a.m. lim out*, >.,n of Mr, an.i Mm. .. uHl.-. r|_. 500 SW I7tn ave. Orthodox. Solomon Schiff. [i.in. Haturda* R:M a.m. Krlday 8:l."i p.m. Beruion: "The Beat parting .>f the Paths." Merchandise." Sisterhood will hoat Harry, .-'in I.I Mr. and I Ones Hhabbal In honoi oi sumiav -ainn .ulcs, Mtncha ."i p.m. i School conaworant*. sninr.hu N:!M a.m Miiulia 5:15 pin. IOSHE CONGREGATION Dixie Hwy. Conservative. "ion April. Cantor Hyman %  p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs. iKenart^in, Topic: "Alien 'ion.'" eJntorday 8:45 a.m. ..!.: Pavl.l. si>n .,f Mrs. MUli !oKi CONGREGATION ET*' CM'AIM'. 1544 Washington awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. PLAOLER GRANADA 60 NW Slit pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rotenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday S:l| p.m. Cai.i.i i:...nr.i.i will • — review •liaplain <'..|iin |.y Bnbbl AEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. T Haturda.i :• a. HI Ihir Mltsvah: Louis Rottman. p.m. S.itur.luy B a in ii.in. • kCOB. 301-311 Washington (hodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Saurice Mamches. p.m. Salurilav 8:3u a.m. r.ul-A Challenge >ESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Rabbi Max I Cantor Fred Bernstein. p.m. •;.'• HI si>enker, I ir William*. \ i.-.pi ealdi nt. u Miami Topic: "Have it to be Thankful in 11>•lal Tensions?" Mr. an.I To|lol Will hoMI 111. it. BatOrdaj II 15 a.m. Mew< ~.-i s Toda}." — • (AEL 139 NW 3rd ave. Ralph Kneger, secreKH. 935 Euclid ave. Or 0i Joseph E. Rackovsky • \H. 164th st. and NE 11th rvative. Rabbi Max Lip. ntor Ben-Zion KirschenSl.-\,.ii. aun ..f Ml" an. I Mis Schwartx. Mlnchn ".::i p.m. r..'n FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. I ev i n Frldnj 7:45 p.m, Bermon: "Calendar ..f 1'iinaclence." Kr.aiul Mrs, Itoltfl'l I'chln VN HI host ill. i m. u sh.ii.iiai in l>. ii..r ..I her parenta, Mr. and Mrs. llan > Nelman ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. l-'i i.i. v ". and s:|5 p m. Sermon; i-.aiAl..].. -." S.,llil.l.i> v; I.", .i.in. S. -llili.il: "An Kn. 'OUnter a II h I ..-Miii. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.: Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehnield. TEMPLE is lA/eekend ish War Veterans Auxiliary. %  rflrW' "Th.. ChaUelta* of the Atomic' .#" Samr.iav 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bible clans 1:15 p.m. • illln. 'Ti •****# ,, al Ir %  •' (l*|fi, TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Prldai vi:. p.m. Kermon: "The Catholic i•inn .-ii. ih,. Crucifixion and th..I.u TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday s:i5 p.m. Dr. Jaffa '"* third lecture ..II "Israel as I Saw It." Saturday n a in Bar Mltsvah: Stephen Jerome, %  on of Mi. nmi lira, OeraW Pnakal. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 750" SW 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. PVIday 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Urntltude r..r What -.'" BntUrda) l":::n a.m. feterni. HI: "The Man iar. Ii.-.-. Bar Miizvah: Stanley, son ..f Mr. ami Mm. X al ha n I'.rav, i-ilian. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Temple i' %  ." Han Mltsvah; Gene, dausrhi. i %  f Mi. .in.l Mis. Herbert Inu.-r. Salurilav :i a.m. Bar Mltavah: Harvey, son if Mr. ami Mrs. Meyer Klnem.l.i. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser. l'ri 8:15 pin. Sermon: "And th.Spirit of America will Blue out ..f the s.i.iii.'-s ami Shi %  anil Sickness." Salurilav In: IT. a.m. Bogev Epstein, son ..| Mrs Myrtle Epstein ami Theodore Epstein. Dinner sponsored by Temple Emanu-D Brotherhood at Sirkin Hall honors two members of the Miami Beach synagogue for their outstanding leadership in United Fund and other communal affairs. Shown (left to right) are Brotherhood President Michael Sossin, honoree Samuel Seltzer, honoree Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Seltzer is president of Mercantile National Bank, and Mrs. Sirkin is co-owner of the DiLido Hotel. Both are playing leading roles in Miami Beach's activities in the United Fund this year. TV Film Will Feature Home Cantor Abraham Seif. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phine.is Weber. man. B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 an I VI". p.m. %  f th" Sermon: Van. all SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I'II.I.V 5:13 a a.I 8:15 pm Sermon: f Hi.Jews." Sitin.lai "Israel's Strenath." Saturda) : %  m Mir/.v.ii: Eric, si.n of I • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Ill .Mrs Kills;; Herbert KiKvm Schlmek. iL. 1401 NW 183rd St Rabbi Harold Richter. %  erner. l-'riilay B:15 p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs. Nate Kaplan, national president, Jewcan Proclamation First [Against Anti-Semitism kBBI MAYER IAMOWITZ ile Menorah |an sources suggestScumcnical Council Hi Cardinal Bca's iration." the Jewpress hailed it as |ng event, and comeligious leaders re% nt public relations lint when I first Ut. my immediate faction could best the Yiddish exfkumpt zey a kush Tor two-thousand ^jPf^BjuiiH'.l al auto a^aUaaVd and ravaged our ^conversions upon %  Torn the leading rope, and all in Sir .God and reliBfc Declaration." %  shifts the blame %  from the Jews. K an insignificant for inhuman crimes. L *^I BMght. an open conrlaBg accesMines !•> ^ %  Usm, or in the k Samuels. "proHi hatred," and a itlon imploring the Hfeness, would be H insignificant in%  Bed my opinion laMne time made me fcnportancr of the ISRAEL .!. Ifth St. m Congregation Morris W Graff i 0. Bernstein. C vai p.m. Thankaftlvlng Bervlci Sermon: "Let l*s Continue i*. (live Thanks." Roy A. Perry, prealdent of i; Iwill In.liisii i,s. ami Dun Ilutier, I director <>f public relations, will be pulpit Ruesta. Saturday '.' a.m. Ker' \ i.-.-s conducted by Car Mltsvah .-lass Sermon: "it is foi L*, the Living", to I be Dedicated to the I'nflnlahed Work." i TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. Krnlai 8:30 p.m. Sermon "Meet V.nir Bnemy." Ones Khabbnl hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Milton, son nt Mr. ami .Mrs. David HuSlllllilllS... TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. PVIday 8:S0 p.m. Saturday '.i a.m. ISnr Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs MAury Mais.l; Richard, sun of Mrs. Harnlil SeltWartS. Mlncha .1:1.". p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bernstein. FViday 8:18 p.m. Bur vices oonduete1 liy assistant Rabbi Morris W. draft'. Sermon "Thankaatvlna Day: Reminder of Our Spiritual Heritage." —— • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Frida) 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Podet will speak on "The Pursuit of Excellence," theme of Union of American Hebrew Congregations general assembly. Pulpit must. Rabbi Sanford Seltser, ili rector, South Florida Federation ..f Southeast Couni II. Saturday l"::i" a.m.. Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, s..n of Mi. and Mr.-. I-1. .1 Krell. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. EYidn) 8:15 p.m. Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "Portion •>! the Law Bar Mltsvah: Chester, s.n uf Mr. and Mis. Rubin '/ %  • rlln. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. _— e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel Aoril. Cantor Gershon Levin Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Today's Taste ..f Yesterday's Turkey Saturdaj 13 a m. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, son ..i Miand Mrs. Ben Cowen • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rah bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Frida) 15 p m Thanksgiving service. Sermon: "The American Wa\ of Life A It,-, vahiiiili.u '' A Book of I.Iff. denated by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Danmark, will be dedicated. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Friday *:l" p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: DavW, son of Mi and Mrs Marcus Preundllcti. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben OicKson. Friday 8:13 p.m. finest speaker, Ainsley Ferdle, vice commander, Florida Department Service. Topic: "I.IKIU Today "f ih.Jewish War Veteran." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "What is a War I.I' N.-iv.s?" Bar Mltsvah: Bruce and Knlph. sons of Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Laiuliiy. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St Conservstive. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Cantor Leo Urlich. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr> Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants. Frlilav S::!(l p.m. Sermon: "Feathered Arrows." Ones Bnabbai hoetad by Slaterhood, YOUNG ISRALt. sso NE 171 St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staubei Friday 5:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Keri mon: "Mess, imer of Peace Mlttcha I 5:15 p.in. Judge Irving Cypen. president, has announced that on Sunday, at ] 5:30 p.m., WCKT Ch. 7 will devote its entire "Camera 7" program to I a new 25-minute documentary on the Jewish Home for the Aged. I Title is "The Home for Beginning Again." Judge Cypen said that a preview of the documentary will be shown to leaders of the Home at a board of directors meeting on Sunday. 10 a.m., at Douglas Gar-, dens. The Home has just completed: a major expansion program to increase its capacity from 112 to 226 \ beds. The new facilities will be dedicated Sunday. Dec. 22. The Home is a beneficiary agency of the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is a member of the Welfare Planning Council, American Hospital Association, and Florida Association of Homes for the Aging. C.iug hrl Meeting Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking group of North Miami Beach, will meet on Tuesday. 2:30 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. Jacob Spillman's talk on "The Period of the Gaonin and the Karaites" will be followed bv a general discussion 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 stve with safety. Every Sterling Saving's account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. 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AIM oman s IMcrlJ cJetwish Floridiaxi Miami, Florida. Friday, November 29, 1963 Section I (ving the roles of "Mrs. Huntley" and "Mrs. Brinkley" Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary meeting program 6 will be Mis. Michael Gilbert and Mrs. Benedict Silverinai Women Plan atire at Friday Meet Kneseth Israel Women Ready Chanuka Party Rabbi David Lehrfield and Cantor Abraham Seif will participate in the Chanuka party planned by Kneseth Israel Sisterhood at the synagogue on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Dorothy Dlatt and Mrs. Helen llornstein are sponsors of the affair. Hospitality chairman is Mrs. I. Ruppert, with committee members. Mrs. Harry Weiss, Mrs. Etta Mandell and Mrs. Louis Dublin. Mrs. Abe Engel will serve traditional refreshments. Sisterhood president is Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein. Smiles on the faces of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ziegler and Dr. an: Mrs. Maurice Blinski mean that they are having a good tirnj at Westbrooke Country Club's autumn dinner dance. Nsjct big social function at Westbrooke will be o Las Vegas Nigh; on Saturday, Dec. 7. ii annual meeting of the Ben's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai [i.l v. ill be held on Friday, al 10 a.m., in Wolfson II im. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. id Gilbert, program chaird that coifee and dessert i -i rved fn>m to to 10:30 nd announced that "a most al and exciting program" llov. ram, an original satire. en, directed and acted by rs of the Auxiliary, will Ifuntley Brinkley" forPlaying the featured roles will be Mrs. Michael Gilbert and Mrs. Benedict Silverman. Other members of the cast will be Mrs. Howard Ayres. Mrs. Carl liaumann, Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Mrs. A. Ben Davis. Mrs. Raymond Feiner. Mrs. Irving Goodman, Mrs. Bennett Lee. Miss Beverly Schneider, .Mr>. Richard Shapiro. Mrs. Harold L'nger. Mrs. Stanley Wrinkle, and Mr. Lou (fross. Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. president of the" Women's Auxiliary, said that the meeting is open to both members and non-members, and that the Auxiliary will welcome all u ho wish to attend. ^ lewish Music Concert eatures Sonya Balogh; Cantors Slate Program Response was this week characterized as •gratifying"' to the concert of Jewish music announced here for Sunday evening. Dec. 15, at Beth Da\id Congregation. Featured will be Cantor William Lipson, Beth David; Cantor Edward Klein. Temple Menorah; and Cantor Ben Dickson, Temple Zamora, They will be heard in a program offering liturgical. Yiddish folk. iNraeli and East Euro pean music. Spon?or of the concert is the Beth David Men's Club. Jcrrold CobUD, chairman of the Concert Committee, in addition to saying lhat "tickets are going fast." also announced that Sonya Balogh, violini.st with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will be heard on the program. Mrs Bal"gh will be featured in a performance of "Nigun," from the Baal Shem Suite, by Ernest Bloch, and the Ivria Suite—Chassldic Impressions, by Zinovi Bisliitsky. She will be accompanied at the piano by Virginia Urban. A native ol New York City, Mrs d I Balogh received scholarships at TO KeSearCh JuilUard, Chatham Square and the Mannes Schols of Music. She performed with symphony orchestraa in Pittsburgh. New Orleans, and Washington. D.C.. before com log (o Miami 11 years ago. She is frequently heard in recital throughout the Miami area, and has been playing the violin since the age of five. She is the wife of Julien Balogh, principal | oboe player with the UM Orchestra. v^sag': !" ** ^JSS^MS new! exclusive with burdine's beautiful bryans sheer support stockings SONYA BAIOGH Iroceeds from a "Day at the I' under the auspices of | : Chapter. American MedCenter at Denver, will go to t research. I" he held Tuesday noon at PPieal Racetrack, the afternoon lunch at the clubhouse. Mermen are Mrs. Jack Gror\ and Mrs. I. B. Blofstein. it is Mrs. Bertram Thorpe A brand new construction assures you of firmer support and comfort — the secret's in Vyrene" spandex and nylon, a wonderful blend that gives you amazing sheer support! Choose yours in Sundial, Royal Beige or Fair Lady, 8*2 short to 12 long. 3 pairs 14.85 HOSIERY, MIAMI (STREET FLOOR), AISO DADEIAND. MIAMI BEACH. 163rd STREET, FT LAUDERDALE. WEST PALM BEACH COME IN OR CALL 373-1161