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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JCWISH UNITY and THE JMISH WEEKLY
36 Number 49
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1963
Four Sections-Price 2Cc
Ecumenical Council Tables
Statement on Jewish Ties
Lim Gross, noted Americcn scupltor, has created a six-foot
(nuke; menorah in bronze which will be kindled for the first
.'at the Chanukc Fes'.ival for Israel sponsored by Israel
ds at Madison Square Garden in New York. The menorah
bines the traditional eight-branched Chanuka candela-
with symbolic elements denoting the spirit of freedom
cciatod with the holiday. ___
AT AlCONOIIISS AWARD CKtMOWr
tj Credo in Fight Against
ligotry Told 2 Years Ago
By Special Report
i
Jam n ainst bigotry and dis-
Ination because I think they
r bid for hurnari under-
I or equal justice, for
opportunity Lecause 1
I re right.
;.: this country always be the
I hen i man needs and the
1: and no greater ex-
[ this."
Ill ;'icv words, Lyndon Raines
I uii.' an address be-
iryland Chapter of the
wish Congress in Bal-
Vpril 3. 1962.
he occa:icn was the presen-
M to liio then Vice President
he Maryland Chapter's Steph-
JB. 'V Medallion, named for
I founder and longtime leader
M Amtrican Jewish Cor. jress.
! n-_art!ed to Mr. Johnson
distinguished service to the
of democracy ard insoir-
'?ad?rship a Vice Preset
[the United States and chair-
r. cf the President's Commit-
tee on Equal Employment Oppor-
tunities."
In accepting the Medalion from
Jack Levin, president of the A.ICon-
gress .Maryland Chapter, Mr. John-
son declared:
"I accept this honor in good con-
science only because I view it as
a token of appreciation and en-
couragement to those Americans,
including members of the American
Jewish Congress, who have worked
-o long to make the American
dream a way of life.
But I could never view this pla-
que as a tribute to me alone. You
see 1 got my reward' for my efforts
against ( Iscrimlnation long before
tonight.
My reward has been an in-
creased understanding and appre-
ciation of what my country stands
[or and must be.
"My -proi'f has been a sharper
awareness of what it is we offer
when we Americans speak to the
world." ,,
In his acceptance speech, Mr.
Continued, on Page 6-A
ROME(JTA) The Ecumenical
Council at the Vatican concluded
its linal wnking day of the cur-
I rent session Monday without a de-
I Cision to discuss Chapters Four;
] and Five of its proposed schema
1 on ecumenism. Those chapters
i deal with the relations of the Cath-
1 olic Church toward the Jewish
people, and with religious liberty.
However Augustin Cardinal
Bea, head ol the Vatican's Secre-
tariat for Mie Promotion of Chris-
tian Unity, the principal propo-
nent of both chapters, told the as-
sembled 2.200 prelates at the
Council that he expects written
comments on the chapters by
March, and will present both sub-
jects again for discussion and vot-
ing when the Council reconvenes,
next September.
Questioning the failure of the
Council even to admit the two dis-
puted chapters as a basis for dis-
cussion at the current session,
Cardinal Bea told the prelates:
"One could ask: Could not a
vote have been taken at least to
admit these chapters as a basis
for discussion? To this question,
one might perhaps answer in the
affirmative. Nevertheless, I think
we should be grateful to the mod-
erators (the cardinals who ad-
minister the Council's proceed-
ings) because they wished to
give ample opportunity for
speaking on these fundamental
chapters which treat of matters
that are sufficiently difficult,
that present something new and
are of greatest importance for
the life and activity of the Church
in our time."
ANNOUNCEMENT MADE BY FEDERATION
Dr. Irving Lehrman Will Head
1964 Combined Jewish Appeal
Cardinal Bea started his discus-
Continued on Page 11-A
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El tor 20
years, who holds the longest tenure
of spiritual leadership in the Miami
Jewish community, has accepted
the championship of the 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign of
Greater Miami, it was announced
Wednesday by Sidney Lefcourt,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
As chairman of Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, fund-raising arm of
Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi
Lehrman will spearhead the sec-
ond largest philanthropic cam-
paign in the community, which
through one drive serves 57 agen-
cies locally, nationally and over-
seas, meeting the needs of almost
500.OuO men. women and children
annually.
"We are 'xtremely pleased that
Rabbi Lehrman, a dedicated and
devoted spiritual leader, who has
done so much for the general wel-
fare of our entire community and
of our city, has accepted this im-
portant position in our 1964 cam
P-i'jn," Lelcourt declared.
"Federation and our entire
community are indebted to Sam-
uel N. Friedland, chairman of
the board, Joseph M. Lipman,
president of Temple Emanu-El,
and to the directors of the entire
Continue-! on Page 10-A
ISRAEL APPRECIATES SUPPORT
^_______________
Golds Meir Reports to Knesset
On Israel's W Vote at UN
STORY BEHIND LONE BALLOT PAGE 14-A
.1ERUSALEM< JTA i-Israel is
ready for direct negotiations with
the Arab states now regarding set-
tlement of the Arab refugee prob-
lem, ""but no resolution will force
[srael to accept a single refugee."
Mrs. Golda Meir told the Knesset.
Israel's Parliament. Monday.
She made that statement in re-
porting on the actions that were
fewr-
Sea Scroll Found at Massada
Ir.L AVIV(JTA)A Dead Sea
p!' containing the 8lst to the
[P-alms has been found at the
padi fortress near the Dead
where a team of Hebrew Uni-i
"' naeologists are current-
pcavating the palace of King
~d, it was announced here this
-. Dr. Yigael Yadin, Israel's
""r Chi t of Staff, and director
|e expedition. v
The first Biblical scroll dating
from the period of the Second Tem-
ple (516 B.C.E.). it was found with
B second non-Biblical scroll, inside
the northwestern wall of the fort-
ress. Prof. Yadin said that the
script of the scroll is identical with
that of the Dead Sea scrolls and
will therefore be of great value for
their study. __
Also found in the fortress during
the latest phase of the excavation
was a hoard of 17 silver shekels
from the time of the first Jewish
revolt around 70 C. E. The coins
were inscribed with the words,
Shekel of Israel" and "Jerusalem
the Holy." In other parts of the
lortress were vessels, baskets and
weapons, several scores of spheri-
cal stones used as catapult pro-
jectiles and fragments of shields.
concluded two weeks ago by the
cial Political Committee oi the
United Nations General Assembly,
where a resolution sponsored by
the United States had been adopt-
ed by a vote of 83 to 1. Israel had
cast the sole negative vote in t iai
hallo'., calling the American reso-
lution unacceptable.''
Since the U.S. resolution tied
the possible solution of the refu-
gee problem to one clause of a
1948 Assembly resolution, callin.-j
for "repatriation" of the Arab
refugees or their compensation
by Israel, Mrs. Meir told the
: Knesset that the 1948 clause was
being interpreted, "out of context
and incorrectly."
Mrs. Meir told the Parliament
I that Israel appreciates the action
i of 19 members of the UN that
| had cosponsorc.l another orait.
later withdraw!!, calling tor direel
Continued oi Page 3-A
L li a /1 / / /. i
tdition
Chanuka. the Festival ot
Light-, will be launched with
the first candle next Tuesday
evening. Sec. C and D of this
week arc devoted to features
in celebration of the l.ioliday.

DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Accepts Appointment
Rabbi Silver
Passes at 70
CLEVELAND (JTA) Thou-
stands oi mourners, including world
.,ii:l national leaders o. the Zion-
s! movement and high Washing-
ion, state and local officials, at-
iended funeral services tor Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver, outstanding s
Zionist leader, who died last week*
end from a heart att; ck I th
ol 71).
Eulogies lauding Dr. Silver i -
a Jev ish lea le \ great orator and
groat American wen delivered be>
fore a hushed assemblage ol 2,500
in The Temple, the tainous syna-
o ue .n which he served as rab-
b for manj years, and at the
graveside at Mayfield Cemetery,
The euleoie* were Celivered
by Dr. Emanuel Newmar.o, chair-
man o' the Jewish Agency for
Israel-American Section; U.S.
Sen. Frank J.. Lausche, of Ohio;
Rabbi Solomon Freehof, of
Pittsburgh; and'Rabbi Milton M.
Mali, associate rabhi of The
Temple. The services were con-
--Continued on Page 12-A
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Friday, Decembel
AMBASSADOR GIDEON RAPHAEL TO SPEAK
Capacity Attendance Expected at Dinner
!n Hcnor of Jacob Rifkin on Dec. 12
"We are pleased to honor you ior 15 years of outstanding de-
votion to Mt. Sinai Hospital," soys Leonard A. Wien, chair-
man of Mt. Sinai Hospital's third annual Jubilee Ball, to Sam-
uel Geitner, executive director. J. Gerald Lewis, president of
the hosptal (far left), smiles his approval.
'Evening of Elegance' to Sp3rk Mt. Sinai
Jubilee Ball in Honor of Samuel Gertner
fOK RELATED STORIES____SEE page s-a
"An evening of elegance" is the,
theme of Mt. Sinai Hospital's thirl j
annual Jubilee Ball scheduled for
Saturday evening, Dec. 14. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, according to
Leonard A. Wien. chairman.
The ball, to climax Mt. Sinai's
Anniversary Week, will honor the
hospital's executive director, Sam-j
uel Gertner, "fur 15 years of on'.
Mantling devotion."
"Magnificent decorations, a lav-
ish cocktail hour and a menu in
the finest tradition of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel will he part of
this glamorous eveniiv.:" :
to Wein. In addition, continuous
dance music, both society and
Latin American, with ample space
for dancina is planned
Reservations are moving rapid-
ly, "but several good tables and
individual seats are still aviil-
able," he said. Advisory and tick-
et Committees held a special
meeting on Tuesday to finalize all
details and said that further res-
ervations may be made by call-
ng the Public Relations Office at
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Members of the committees are
Mrs. Carl Bauman, Sam Blank.
Larrie S. Blasberg, Mrs. E. E.
Bloom, Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mrs.
Arthur Burrell, Max V. Cogen, Mr.
ana Mrs. Edward L. Cowen. Paul
Faske, A. C. Fine, Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, Sam A. Gold-
stein, Mrs. Louis A. Glasser, Mrs.
Robert Z. Greene, A. J. Harris,
Mrs. Lou Harris, Mrs. Marshall
Harris, Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan,
J. Gerald Lewis, William B. Mac-
Donald Jr.
Mrs. Alex G. Hanson, Mrs. A.
Herbert Matties. -Mark Matthews.
Baron deHirsch Meyer. Hank
Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. David Phil-
lip-. Samuel Pollock, Mr. and Mrs.
I aw rence C. Porter, Joseph M.
Ro e, Sam H. Rost, Dr. and Mrs.
I ester A. ltussin, Mrs. Murray A.
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Sol C. Shave
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs.
Leenard A. Wien, Mrs. Mortimer
E. Wien.
A capacity attendance is expect-
ed a' a champagne dinner banquet
honoring Jacob Rifkin next Thurs-
day, Dec. 12. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Sponsors of the function are
members of the Business and Pro-
fessional Council for Kupat Holim
lore Hororee Rifkin is treasurer
of the Greater Miami Council.
He will receive the Histadrut
Man of the Year Award in rec-
ognition of his "outstanding ef-
forts on behalf of the Greater .
Miami Medical Center in Beer- HJ
sheba." K"
Israel Ambassador Gideon Ra-'|
phael will be guest speaker at the,
banquet. Ambassador Raphael cur-1
rently server as deputy director
general of the Ministry for Foreign
Affairs in Israel.
In addition to the citation to Rif-
kin, tribute will be paid to him by
Histadrut, which will name the
Physiotherapy Department of the,
medical center in his honor.
Membership Night Dance
Joint annual paid-up member
ship night club dance, sponsored!
by Jewish War Veterans North
Shore Post s.nd Ladies' Auxiliary,
will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, ]
9 p.m., in the Singapore Hotel.;
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fJewist) Ffcridfiati
Page 3-A
Sam Feinsfein Elected Israel Histadnit
Committee President in Greater Miami
KA3BI E1KZER UVI
fuest Specker
At Beth David
Friday evening
In tho absence of Rabbi Norman
N. Sh;ipiro from tho pulpit of Beth
David Congregation this weekend,
Manuel Lubel, .liairman of adult
I'ducation. will conduct services
on Friday evening.
Lewis Stems-hem. president of
the congregation, will conduct the
Saturday morning services.
Guest speaker at both services
will be Rabbi Elizer A. Levi, a
native of Toronto, who attended
the University of Toronto and the
Jewish Theological Seminary. He
served in pulpits in Birmingham,
Ala.. Auburn, N. Y., Sidney, Aus-
tralia, Springfield, Mass., and
Charleston, S. C.
He was the first American Jew-
ish chaplain on overseas service in
World War II, and was honored by
the U. S. Navy Submarine Service
for special services rendered.___
Announcement was ova > this
week by Rabbi Jacob J. Welnstein,
national chairman of the Hista-
dnit campaign, of t election of
Sam Feinstein as president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami.
Feinstein came to Miami Beach
from New York City 15 years ago,
where he was an industrialist for
more than 35 years.
While on an extensive tour of
Israel last summer, Mr. and Mrs.
Feinstein were present at the
dedication in their honor of a
medical clinic which bears their
name.
According to Feinstein, "the
sjreat need of the immigrants who
settle in the Negev for medical
care and vocational training must
be answered."
As one of the many founders
working in behalf of the Rehabili-
tation and Medical Center now be-
ing built in Beer i ieba, Feinstein
is now actively engaged in the work
of the Business and Professional
Council for Kupat Holim, which is
sponsoring the center,
While in Israel, the Feinstein-
visited the vocational training
ehools under the direction of His-
tadrut. "'Anyone who sees the
youthful immigrants learning
trades which enable them to be-
' tome productive pioneers in the
.Slate of Israel." Feinstein said,
"must feel great pride in his par-
ticipation in Histadrut work."
Beth Kodesh Will
Honor President
Irving Jacobson, two-term pres-
ident of Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion, will be honored at a testi-
monial banquet the Sunday of
Chanuka, Dec. 15. at the Lom-
bardy Hotel. To begin at 6 p.m.,
the dinner will be followed by a1
program of music and entertain-
ment.
Officers for 1963-64 are Charles
Hablow. president; Max Gruen,
Eli Weiner. Sam Schulwolf, vice
presidents; Mack Libman, Mrs.
Edward L. Becker and Mrs. Nat
Coultbn, secretaries; Jack Stone,
i treasurer.
Golds Reports
On 'No1 Vote
Continued from Page 1-A
Israeli-Arab negotiations on (he
Arab refugee problem. She said
that draft, had it come to vote,
would have obtained the support
it 40 I'N members and. perhaps
even a simple majority in the ill
member committee.
"Unfortunately, however," she
said, "none of the Big Powers sop
ported th s i love. While the S "
let bloc simply went along with
the Arabs, olhi rs argued that the
I time for d reel talks was not rip
and that the proposed resolution
was impractical." She added that
the United Slates, by its stand, un
i dertook a 2 r e a t responsibility.
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Volume 36
Number 49
Friday, December 6. 1963
20 Kislev 5724
Ecumenical Council:
Deep Disappointment
The Ecumenical Council's
year-long delay on the question
cj the Catholic Church attitude to-
ward the Jews is particularly re-
grettable. The proposition, pre-
sented by Augustin Cardinal Bea,
would have rectified an historic
v.rong. By reevaluating its dog-
matic position on the Jewish role
in the crucifixion, the Catholic
world could have launched a new
era in the battle against anti-
Semitisma scourge to which it
has been a principal contributor.
The Council's failure to deal
with the proposition raises a num-
ber of unhappy questions. Has
the spirit of ecumenism set forth
by the late Pope John XXIII come
to nothing, or is it "simply" de-
iayed for another year? What
ere the possibilities that next
year's Council will be more pre-
aisposed to deal favorably with
the proposition than it was now?
We are pessimistic about the
answers. In the first instance, the
delay has meant the triumph of
the most conservative and even
reactionary forces in the Vatican.
At the same time, it has dimmed the outlook
ior acceptance in the future.
Neither is the Jewish community alone in
its disappointment. Protestants throughout the
world this week left the Ecumenical Council's
final deliberations with a feeling of deep dis-
satisfaction. For the Council also failed to act
on another proposition: that freedom of reli-
cion is the inalienable right of all menthat
rnen may choose the manner of their relation-
snip to God in the spirit of the late Pope John,
who declared that there are many paths to
Heaven.
The promising Ecumenical Council has
closed on a note of unfulfillment and regret.
leader. He held many positions of promi-
nence in general civic and communal affairs,
both in his own state of Ohio and nationally.
He was a great Zionist and an impassion-
ed advocate for the cause of Israel.
There is little accolade beyond this that
could better exemplify the life and dedication
of Rabbi Silver. We mourn his passing.
Spirit of Chanuka
Chanuka, the Festival of the Lights, will
be launched with the kindling of the first
candle next Tuesday evening. This happy
event celebrates the triumph of the Maccabees
ever the Graceo-Syrian forces of evil that
sought to impose an alien form of paganism
en the Jewish people.
As such, Chanuka celebrates one of man-
kind's first wars fought in behalf of the right
to freedom of religion.
The Festival of Lights is always a happy
occasion, both for young and old. This week's
issue of The Jewish Floridian tells the story
of Chanuka in a variety of feature presenta-
tions pertinent to the holiday (see Sec. C and
D.)
Chanuka is a time for all of us to pause
and give thanks that our right to freedom of
worship has long since been assured by the
American way of life. It is also a time to
be thankful that the State of Israel reborn has
symbolically paved the way for the cleansing
of the Third Temple and the rededication of
our hearts and minds to the spirit of our an-
cient Jewish heritage and tradition.
Both of these, assured by the victory of
the Maccabees, are ours to perpetuate for fu-
ture generations in the same manner that
Jews of the past nurtured them in our behalf.
Mr. Gertner's Dedication
The third annual jubileee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital will be held here Dec. 14. The glit-
tering social function will pay homage to Mt.
Sinai's executive director, Samuel Gertner.
Mr. Gertner has given fifteen years of dedi-
cated service to the development of Mt. Sinai
horn its humble beginnings on south Alton
Road to its present site, a facility erected at
a cost in excess of $10 million and dedicated
late in 1959.
This is a long time spent in behalf of an
important communal cause. The direct bene-
ficiaries of Mt. Sinai's service is Greater
Miami at large. The jubilee Dec. 14 will serve
to say "thank you" to a man who was deter-
mined to see a dream come true: the erection
of Mt. Sinai Hospital as a significant medical
center in South Florida.
Dr. Silver Passes Away
The death of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver is in-
deed an unhappy event. Dr. Silver achieved
his mark in the true spirit of American Jew-
ish existence.
He was known as an inspiring spiritual
Me Ami Now a Fact
Noted author Maurice Samuel will ad-
dress Greater Miami Jewry this Sunday even-
ing at a function sponsored by the Jewish
National Fund Council in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The event will celebrate the dedication
last week of Me Ami, a border settlement
erected as our community's twin city in Is-
rael.
It is the Greater Miami JNF Council that
created the Me Ami master plan and that
saw its construction to a successful conclu-
sion with its significant financial sponsorship
of the project.
Me Ami now serves as one of many im-
portant buffers between the State of Israel's
sensitive border and Jordan. Greater Miamians
are proud of their contribution, and the func-
tion Sunday will celebrate this JNF achieve-
ment.
BRESIDENT JOHNSON'S
' dress before Congress J
week was designed to' msf.
the nation with confidence]
the future. A; uflopte-
suffering the, profound si.
of John Fitzgerald Kenned
assassination needed to
foUl-Witt Mnat'rfcVaheafll
promising in the extrer
This is precisely what
Johnson did. He dedicatj
his administration to the fulfillment of the late President's lei&
tive program. He pledged an unrelenting campaign in behalf
civil rights. He vowed that the U.S. would remain firm in its
mitments abroad. He promised a dollar's worth for every doll
spent. '
It was the shock of the assassination itself that caused so fa
orable a reaction to President Johnson's address. Having search!
for a glimmer of light, we were presented with the total flash
truth: that the Government of the United States is a continuit
thing; that, increasingly, responsible executive leadership, despil
party or regional allegiances, must hew to a predetermined courf
based on the manifest destiny of the nation; that sharp navigatior
differences in the ship of state can only be expected from extrer
ists; that, indeed, the new President, as second in command duriij
the Kennedy administration, was necessarily committed to the Kel
nedy program; and that, in fact, he could recommend no other u|
der the circumstances, at least at the outset.
If Mr. Johnson's address was fairly predictable in all these
rections, it also seemed predictable in another: it lacked the swei
and the poetic grandeur, the style and the delivery that marked th
manner of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This does not mean that whl
the new President had to say was any less significant than, if lid
his predecessor, he showed himself susceptible to the broad historl
view.
: -: :
THE EXALTED INTELLECTUAL POSITION
IJOR DOES IT mean that President Johnson will therefore be
" lower calibre chief executive. As a matter ol fact, part ol tl
beefing-up process of the sagging American confidence has b<-<
repeatedly to remind us of LBJ's astonishing capabilities on Ca|
tol Hill, with the implied promise held out that he should thereto
be equipped to fulfill the Kennedy legislative program even mot
effectively than Mr. Kennedy himself.
But the sad thing is that it does suggest the passing of an ,
from the White House, however brief, the decline and fall of tlJ
intellectual as an enviable phenomenon in U.S. society well befori
the intellectual was comfortable in this exalted condition. One muJ
go back to the administration of Woodrow Wilson for the last tot]
intellectual there. If President Wilson's potential and his achievi
ments were of a higher magnitude, his era proved sufficiently di]
ferent to neutralize the advantage.
For John Fitzgerald Kennedy lived at a time and inherited ,
job in which the intellectual had been downgraded to the lowed
possible level, and what he succeeded in doing was to restore it
tellectualism to its rightful respectability. Neither did he require pe
sonal accomplishment of Wilson's order for that; although he wi.
better than sufficiently well endowed. All he needed was the id
clination toward action; and it will be among his greatest achiei
ments that Mr. Kennedy did, indeed, act to raise up the poet an
painter, the writer and thinker, the musician and performer.
THE POETIC SPIRIT HAS MOVED OUT
DRESIDENT JOHNSON ENDED his address before Congress with
several couplets from the sentimental tune, "America." It \L
this that spells the vital distinction between the two mena differ!
ence in style that would have had Mr. Kennedy take the more
sophisticated approachfor no one can deny JFK's competence as
phrase-maker.
Predictable though it may have been, the Johnson talk hit hard
at the most conservative elements of Congress, which perhaps hop-
ed, even at the profoundest moment of national tragedy, for a,
softer line on civil rights. But were the poetic character that mark-j
ed President Kennedy also the stamp of his successor, Mr. John I
son would have begun with civil rights, as he did, and gone on to
extremism, as he did not.
It was only during the final moments of his presentation that]
LBJ addressed himself to this question, leading up to it with his
vows to continue the Kennedy program and, among other things.
to make the dollar worth a dollar. I do not plead that these cold
realities violated the funereal sentiments of the nation; it is to be,
expected that Mr. Johnson will fashion the sort of Presidency in,
which cold realities are the basis of all his actions.
But Mr. Johnson inherited the office because John Fitzgerald
Kennedy was slain by the passions of hatred and bigotry, and it is
therefore to such issues that the new President should have devoted
himself almost entirely.
THE CENTRALITY Of POLITICAL EXTREMISM
|NDEED THE APPLAUSE greeting his final -plea for a national;
repudiation of the forces of extremism and intolerance was great-*;
er than for almost any other question on which he touched. It is
as if the Congress had hoped to hear a talk based on the unprtdlcT
able and gave its heartiest approval to even a fragment of it
It is not extremism, President Johnson might have told us.
that must be feared today; rather it is the American boredom and
inertia we have permitted to exist unmolested among us. These
are problems of far greater moment, for Mr. Kennedy's life was
taken by the kind of a personality forged in precisely this crucible
of our political indifference.
Even from the most realistic point of view, how can a success
ful legislative program, civil rights included, accommodate our
needs when we live in an era comfortable to the nurturing of fanatics
and assassins, and in an atmosphere of explosive hatred? It is
the explosive hatred we must eliminate at least at the same time
that we talk about a sound dollar, or we will have no nation either
to earn or spend the dollar.
President Johnson should therefore have addressed himself
to this from the beginning, teaching us that extremists are not alone
the Lee Oswalds, that they are also the University of Miamis, whose
perennial insensitivity to intelligence slapped a mourning country
in the face by playing football in the midst of its most overwhelm-
ing tears. But the fall from grace of the poetic spirit in the White
House has perhaps ordained the shift in emphasis. John Fitzgerald*
Kennedy doesn't live there anymore, and it is best we get accustom*
ed to that as quickly as possible.


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>Three-Day Conference Will Hear Noted
Figures and Adopt '64 United Appeal Goal
By Special Report
An historical pageant especially
written for the United Jewish Ap-i
peal-by one of America's best-ra-
ted television playwrights will be >
seen by the more than 2,000 dele-
gates in attendance at the UJA's
26th annual national conference
this Friday through Sunday at the
New York Hilton Hotel, it was an-
nounced by UJA General Chair-1
man Joseph Meyerhoff.
The drama, written by Allan E.
Sloane, is entitled "From Many
Egypts," and stars Broadway and
Hollywood personalities. It is based
MIAMI DELEGATION
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration leaders who will at-
tend the 26th annual United
Jewish Appeal conference in
New York this weekend in-
clude Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, who Wednesday
was announced as chairman
of the 1963 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign; Joserh M.
Lipton. vice president of Fed-
eration; and Arthur S. Rosi-
chan, executive director of
Federation.
i
on the story of Jewish wandering
and homelessncss from the destruc-j
tion of the Second Temple and the [
death of the Jewish Slate in the
vear 70 C. E., through Israel's!
reestablishment in 1948. It relates!
the role of the UJA in helping to
aid 3.000.000 Jews, and in resettling
more than 1.500.000 of them in Is-
ael and other havens of freedom.
The noted producer-director, Hi-
man Brown, former national chair-
. (-'man of UJA Radio, Television and
Motion Picture Activities, will
stage the pageant on Saturday.
The three-day conference will
open Friday morning, with pres-
entations by Moshe Sharett, for-
mer Prime Minister of the State
of Israel, who is now chairman of
the Jewish Agency for Israel,
Jerusalem, and Charles Jordan,
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erations of the Joint Distribution
Committee. Sharett will submit
the Jewish Agency's 1964 budget
outlining the costs of bringing in,
resettling and absorbing another
record wave of immigrants from
various parts of the world.
Jordan will present the 1963 bud-
get of the JDC covering its pro-
gram of aid to 485,000 needy and
distressed Jews in 30 countries.
The Friday session will hear also
from two other agencies that de-
rive their funds from the, UJA.
Submitting iheir 1963 fiscal'needs!
will be the New York Association;
for New Americans, which helps
newcomers to the United States,;
and the United Hias Service, the,
worldwide Jewish immigration
agency which helps Jewish refu-,
gees move to countries other than |
Israel. A special feature of the
Friday afternoon session will be
an address by Dr. Abraham L. j
Sachar, president of Brandeis Uni- \
versity.
These biulgentary presentations,
together with the findings and rec-i
ommendations to be submitted by!
the UJA's ninth official Study Mis-:
sion to Europe and Israel which'
has just completed its survevy
provide the basis for adoption by;
the conference of the UJA's na-
tionwide goal for 1964.
Meyerhoff. as general chairman
of the UJA, will lead the discuss:on
of the setting of the UJA's goal at
a session to be held Friday after-
noon.
The delegates, representing hun-
dreds of local Jewish communities
throughout the United States, will
FOREIGN MINISTER MtIR
be addressee! by the following
world renowned figures:
Chief Justice of the United
States Earl Warren, Israel For-
eign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir;
and UJA Executive Vice-Chair-
man Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
who will be the principal speakers
at the banquet session on Satur-
day evening and Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United States Avra-
ham Harman, who will deliver the
closing address on Sunday.
Among Hie outstanding Jewish
leaders who will participate in the
conference are: Edward M. M.
Warburg and Dewey D. Stone, UJA
honorary chairmen; Max Fisher.
Ribicoff Eulogizes
President Kennedy
By Special Report
NEW YORK Sen. Abraham
Ribicoff (DConn.) eulogized a
personal friend in whose admir. >-
tralion he servedthe late JOllO
F. Kennedy.
The shattering events of the pre-
vious weekend caused the Syna-
gogue Council of America to
change the mood and the content
of its ani.ual Statesman Award
dinner at the Starlight Roof of the
Waldorf-Ast.ria Hotel last Sunday-
evening, i
William Rosenwald. Isadore Bres-
lau, Jack D. Weiler. Edward Gins-!
berg. Albert A. Levin, Melvin Du
binsky, and Israel D. Fink, all na-i
tional chair,uen of the UJA; Mrs.
Israel D. Fi:ik, chairman, UJA Na-
tional Women's Division; Alan Sag-
ner, chairman, UJA Young Leader-j
ship Cabinet; Moses A. Lcavitt. j
executive vivce chairman, Joint;
Distribution Committee; Gottlieb
Hammer, executive vice chairman,:
Jewish Agency for Israel, and Al-|
! bcrt Adelman, chairman, UJA Midi
west Region.
Presentations and awards will go I
to a number of communal leaders!
: for their work in focusing Ameri-]
I ca's attention on the UJA's first 25
I years of humanitarian activity.
Zamora Juniors Elect Officers
Temple Ztmora Junior Congre-
gation has elected the following
new officers for the coming month:
Ben Lewis Schachtcr, president;
Howard Kusnick, vice president;
Robert Teller, secretary; Milton
Silber and Bob Breckenridge. sha-
mes.
The Junior Congregalion holds
services every Saturday at 10 a.m.,
followed by a Kiddush given by
I c Sisterhood and room mothers.
Sen. Ribicoff, who was origin-
ally scheduled to delived the
principal address, an appeal to
world conscience regarding th
plight of Soviet Jewry, used the
occasion to eulogize the late
President John F. Kennedy, it
was announced by Rabbi Uri
Miller, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America.
The Synagogue Council is ::ie
national representative body of the
three branches of the religious
Jewish community of the United
States Conservative, Orthodox
and Reform.
Over 500 prominent Jewish lay u^d
religious leaders from coast-to-coast
participated in the dinner when
11 i r e e distinguished industrial-
ists and philanthropists were pre-
sented with the 19G3 Synagogue
Statesman Award: Irving Maid-
man, Henry M. Rem and WaUer
W. Weismann. all of New York
The Synagogue Council bestowed
its highest honors upon the thr^e
exemplary representatives of IS
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Friday, December 6, 196
A Ycung
Lien
LBJ Told His Credo Two Years Agi
By MAX LERNER
Pans.
n as a monstrous ci*-ori .>r>(l it involves :i'l A*rw
tJrtS.' ESSTttS tolerated a climate of fanatic pas-
which made such a deed possible Mbl *. Kenaeu %.s j^Jje*
;, victim Of a crazed Civil War mentality as *af.ter America-
President who fell a victim to the buhet of Jo'in Wilkes Boo h.
Sin" c?n be said for Booth: he had at least the courage to brandish
his pistol before Lincoln, while President Kennedys a.sassu Uicke-
even that courage and shot him down from afar.
It is still unbelievable tha" one who was so alive, in the full cur-
rent of youth and judgment .md action s.oula SO iabrupt* have ,
Me snuffed out. Everywhere in Europe there is g ief. He c ml arts,
ho=e people have not shared their government B hostility to the Ken-
5 poheies, crowds have been milling arm.r.d the American I,m-
Sassv eager to be counted in some way among those anguished by
hfs death All great events arc in some degree unbelievable because
ihev suddenly transform the landscape of world history, as this one
is bound to do.
He seemed to have everytbing-life. brilliance, scope and grasp.
quickness of mind, grace. Will, a capacity lor decision. It was a ,-,re-
combination of talents come toge.her-luck.lv tor his CMattp-Jt a
crucial moment in its history, jusl hcn it seemed to be bested IB
the crucial struggle of will and ideas against a formidable world loe.
In three short years, under his leadership. America and the
free world did better than restore the balance, and had enough re-
serve strength to afford a bid lor world peace.

It was a memorable achievement, and he was on the threshold
of far more. Had he lived he would almost surely have been counted
among the great leaders of the modern era, and he might well have
given his name to the whole decade of the Sixties as the "Age of Ken-
nedy For he had. above all else, the stuff ot growth in him. De-
spite his youth, he had already reached considerable maturity as a
statesman, with the capacity to ride the tnin red line 01 juagmem,
wise enough to know when courage was crucial, courageous enough
to dare to be prudent when mankind's fate was at stake.
II is a great tribute to him that America and the world felt safer
in the knowledge that it was his hand on the West's nuclear trigger
and not the hand of someone else, even while they knew that he
would never abdicate the free world's strength.
He had the rare capacity to fee that power without an idea be-
hind it is blind, that the powerless idea is empty, and that only the
fusion of strength and intelligence can give mankind any hope.
That is whv the two great events of his foreign policy were his
cool behavior in the Cuban missile crisis and his boldness in shaping
the test ban treaty. That is also why he knew that America's world
stance would be meaningless If he did not back up the civil rights
revolution inside America.

His death will especially be felt by the younger, for he had be-
come for them a symbol of what was possible, with intelligence and
will. He set apolitical style for them which will live long after his
death.
He was a young lion, treading his way with a proud grace until
a murderous hate stopped him in his path, and after that there was
darkness.
Is that what happened?
The act itself took place in the befuddled brainpan of a criminal
fool, or of a little band of them. But 1 should not like to carry the
conscience of those who generated the ideas which finally found their
way into that brainpan.
There will be a great recoil from those ideas, all over the nation,
and for a time there will be lip-service paid to the cause for which
President Kennedy wrought and fought and died. But how long will
either the recoil or the lip-service last? Only an aroused national
conscience can bring into being a new national will, to back up Presi-
dent Lyndon Johnson in the unfinished work still remaining to be
done, and to fill the second teim, which John Kennedy would probably
have had. with the kind of idea.-, and action which he did not live
(o carry out.
BECAUSE:
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the beat for your loved one*.
Continued from Page 1-A
Johnson quoted from a magazine
article by Libby Benedict which
said in part:
"What a minority group wants
is ret the right to have geniuses
among them but the right to have
fools and sccundrels without
being condemned as a group.
"Every group has about the same
proportion of wrong-doers. But
when wrongdoers belong to a
minority group, their i number
is magnified in the minds of
other people. Minorities would
gladly give up the reflected
glory of their great men, if
only the world didn't burden them
with the ignominy of their scoun-
drels."
Commenting, Mr. Johnson told the
American Jewish Congress dinner:
"It seems to me that if people
could take that lesson to heart it
would be us Americans. For who
among us has not felt the sting of
being in a minority at one time
or another?
"I make that point only as a
reminder that when we stand up
against bigotry we are not be-
ing charitable to 'other' groups.
We are protecting our own pre-
cious rights to be judged as indi-
viduals."
The (hen Vice President empha
sized the force of custom as an ob-
stacle to human advancement. "We
see the painful truth of this as we
observe efforts to erase from our
society the blot of racial and re-
ligious discrimination," he declared
adding:
Zilbert Named to Board
Leonard Zilbert, 7800 Beach
View Dr., North Bay Island, has
been elected to the Board of Di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
"And I say this with no TioTier-
than thou attitude. We all have been
influenced by the ideas, the assump-
tions, the iikes, the dislikes, of
our fathers -nd grandfathers. Each
of us is to some degree a victim
of our environments.
"What we must do is free our-
selves, and help to free each oth-
er, from the ignorance, the out-
mo: td notions, that are incompat-
ible with a free society in an age
i of nuclear weapons and space ve-
! hides."
And he adacd:
"I am not prepared to accept
the- notion that racial or relig-
ious hatred and conflict are]
evitable any more than our fj
fathers were prepared o ace
mudey roads and horses and
gies as an inevitable part of
"We have yot to believe tluii
can make this courfy a Corel
| example of what is possil i
I the world.
"We must have confidence
: we can make ours a BOCietl
| which men and women of all
1 religions and backgrounds c;inl
under conditions of mutual reJ
and of true equality of opporf
ty.
i "I believe that we can."
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Friday, December 6, 1963
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general Chairman Leonard Rosen (left), congratulates Jacob
Cohen, who will b hon d Tan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel at
the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk, whose son attends the
Academy, will be principal speaker at the SlOO-a-couple
function.
Herman Wouk Will be Principal Speaker
At Hebrew Academy Award Dinner Jan. 5
Pulitzer Prizewinner Herman
Wouk has accepted an invitation to
be principal speaker at the 16th an-
nual scholarship dinner of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
Louis Merwitzer, president and
Leonard Kcsen, general manager,
announced Wednesday.
Wouk, whose family is listed a-
mong the founders of the Hebrew
Academy, has a son. Nathaniel, in
HER/WAN WOUK
the ninth grade of the South's only
Hebrew day school offering com-
plete elementary school and junior i
high curricula.
Jacob Cohen. Miami Beach in-
dustrialist, hotelman and philan-
thropist, will be honored at the $100-
a couple dinner, scheduled Jan. 5 at
the Deauville Hotel in Miami
Beach.
Former Miami Beach Council-
man Wolf ie Cohen Wednesday was
named chairman of a special hon-
orary committee for the gala func-
tion, always one of the social high-
lights of the Jewish community.
Named to the committee were
Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Sarah Czech.
Charles Fruchtman, Harry Genet.
Paul Gordon. Mrs. Jennie Grossin-
ger. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Jay
I. Kislak. Samuel C. Levinson. Mar-
cie Liberman, Merwitzer. Irving
E. Miller. Jack S. Popick, Samuel
Reinhard. Leo Robinson, Sam
Schwartz and Mrs. Virginia Sil-
verberg.
Maurice Revitz and Ben I. Bin-
der are associate chairmen of the
dinner, with Jack A. Cantor and
Joseph Cohen as co-chairmen.
The dinner committee will hold
a special session at 10 a.m. Sunday,
at the Hebrew Academy. Rosen an- \
nounced. He reported the goal of 1
1,600 persons for the 16th annual
dinner "attainable, if all members
keep up their hard work."
Wouk is a visiting protessor at
Yeshiva University in New York
City and holds the honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Humane Letters
from Yeshiva, granted in 1955. He
received an AB from Columbia
University in 1934.
Before entering the literary
field Wouk spent many years as
a radio writer, many of them as
script writer for comedian Fred
Al.en. He served as a presiden-
tial consulting expert in the U.
S. Treasury Department during
the 1941 promotion of war bonds.
It was during his military ca-
reer that Wouk first seriously con-
U mplated entering the literary
field. His lour years as a naval
officer in the Pacific during World
War II gave him the basis for his
most acclaimed of novels, "The
Caine Mutiny." The book quickly,
received world-wide approval. It|
received the Pulitzer Prize for fic-
tion and to date has sold over two
million copies. It has been made
into an important motion picture.1
1
Wouk spent three years as sea in j
I the Pacific war. His last post'
1 was that of executive officer of the,
USS Southward, a destroyer mine-
' sweeper. He earned four campaign
stars and a unit commendation rib-1
'bon.
Following his release from ac-
tive military duty, he launched
his writing career with "Aurora
Dawn," a short satiric noval
about big business in New York
City, published in 1947.
Many critics have acclaimed his
no:: fictional work, "This is My
God," by far his most inspirational
work. The bock deals with Judaism,
ti netting its history, beliefs, liturgy
.mil observances.
His" latest book, "Youngblood
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next year by "The City Boy," a \
story of boys growing up in New
York, that won him acclaim from
the San Francisco Chronicle and
Other papers.
Wouk also wrote a highly sue-!
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Court Martial" based on his novel. 1
He entered the romantic novel i
tield with publication of "Mar-
jorie Morningstar" in 1956, later
made into a movie.
Wouk, who is deeply interested
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the President's Council of Yeshiva
University. He spends most of his
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Friday, December 6. 1963
Third Annual Mt. Sinai Jubilee Ball Dec. 14
*,
Function Slated to Honor
Executive Director Gertner
For Fifteen Years of Service
The gala Mt. Sinai Hospital
.'. bilee Ball, to be held at the
mtainebleau Hotel on Saturday
i ening. Dec. 14. will honor
Executive Director Samuel Gert-
r.
Leonard A Wien. chairman of
ig traditional social affair, and
1, Gerald Lewis, president of the
I Mpital, said that the Board of
Trustees "is pleased to take this
aportunitv to pay tribute to Mr.
Gertner for is years of outstand-
ing devotion and service to Mt.
Sinai Hospital."'
The tribute will be the high-
_ht ol the third annual affair.
Reservations are moving ex-
cmely rapidly, and a complete
ll-out is anticipated, according
ti Wien.
Two previous balls have been
Kid by the hospital. The first,
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
December, 1961. was chaired
r Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. The
Mcond. at the Diplomat Hotel in
December, 1962. had Benjamin G.
Kline as chairman.
Reservations for this year's
ball may be made by calling the
Public Relations Office at lit
Sinai Hospital. Couvert is $50
per plate, with ringside couvert
$100. Full ringside tables al-
ready reserved arc in the names
of the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr.
and Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Garner. Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Fricdland, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Janis, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Lowenstcin, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam B. MncDonald. Jr.. Mr. and
Mrs. Baron deHirsch Meyer, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Moll, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Orevitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Pollock. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
B. Ruskin, Mr and Mrs. Saul
Silbcrman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. and Mr and Mrs. Leon-
ard A. Wien
Mt. Sinai Hospital stands as the fulfillment of a dream.
THE UNRELENTING PURSUIT OF A COMMUNITY IDEAL
How a Vivid Dream Became a Reality
In 1945, nine creative dream-
ers met in Connecticut at the
home of the late Moses Ginsberg
to discuss the possibility of the
founding of Mt. Sinai Hospital
on Miami Beach.
Samuel Gertner Has Garnered Many Top
Professional Honors for His Contributions
In April. 1946. they and other
community leaders received S
charter from the State of Florida
to establish a voluntary non
profit community hospital Thus
was formed Mt. Sinai's lirst
Board of Trustees, which took
title to an existing 55 bed hospi-
tal on Al'on Rd. As the Alton
Road Hosoital opened its door-
in 1946 and began to serve the
community, the trustees' cam
paign to uiise $2,500,000 for the
construction of a larger and mure
modern hospital was already in
full swing.
Samuel Gertner. executive di-
ctor of Mt. Sinai Hospital, took
is impoitant position officially
.-. 1949, when Mt. Sinai was a
:bed institution know as the
Alton Road Hospital. He came
Miami Beach from Israel Hos-
tal in New York, having serv-
v I there as assistant director
am 1945 to 1949. Prior to that,
was also assistant director of
5 denham Hospital in New York.
Gertner began his career in
spital administration with a
achelor'S degree from West Vir-
. nia University, and with post-
. aduate work at New York Uni-
rsity and at Columbia. He be-
. in his professional career as a
- cial worker, moving from there
serve as division administra-
r of the Department of Health
d Welfare in New York.
rhrough the years of his asso-
ation with Mt. Sinai Hospital.
has received many profession-
honors and held many extra-
SAMUtl GfffTNfff
curricular professional member
ships. Included in these are his
membership in the American
Hospital Association and the
Florida Blue Gross, of which
group he is a member of the
Board of Directors. Gertner is
currently vice president of the
South Florida Hospital Council
and served as president during
the year 1955-56
Recently, he was named pres-
ident-elect of the Florida Hos-
pital Association for the coming
year, and is national consultant
on hospital and nursing homes
and construction and adminis-
tration for Four Freedoms, the
retirement organization of AFL-
CIO.
Gertner and his wife. Edith,
have two children. Linda, who
is married to Dr. Gabriel Zat-
lin, and Bernard, a student at
the University Of Florida. The
Zatlins live in Atlanta, Ga and
have one child. Jonathan Reid
Zat lin. born last Feb. 1,
In December. 1949,
Nautilus Hospital,
been used during W
by the Veterans Ad
became the first
Sinai Hospital of Gre
After a ix-nod of
the purchase of new
equipment, and the
the former
w huh had
orld War II
ministration,
official Ml
ater Miiami.
refurbishing,
and modern
setting-up of
necessary ancillary service.-. !he
Board of Trustees now had I hos-
pital with 265 beds and 50 bassi-
nets to meet the growing demand
ol a growing population
Today. Mt. Sinai Hospital
stands on Collins Island n a
living testimonial to inspiration
al leadership Constructed at a
COSl of $10,000,000. the hospital
was dedicated in December. 1959.
In January. 1960. the doors of
ltii- sen structure. Or* of the
mo-l rmidern and completely
equipped in the country. ">'e
opened to patients
In the beginning the goal of*
the original Board of Trustees
\> as to found a hospital which
would serve the'Greater Miami
community, both its permanent
residents and visitors, regardless
oi race, creed, color, or the abil
ity to pay. The tradition ol thi-
goal ha- been carried out and
remain- unchanged to this day.
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE
Anniversary Week to Feature
Many Exciting Jubilee Events

.-1 Mt. Sinai Hospital's medical staff dinner
-aking plans for the hospital's Jubilee Ball
1o be held at the Fontainebleau on Dec. 14 are
Ceft to right) Sam Blank, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Irehling, chairman of the hospital's board,
Max Orovitz, Mrs. Orovitz, and Dr. and Mrs.
Sanford Levine. The third annual function
will honor Samuel Gertner. executive director
for 15 years of service.
Anniversary Week ..I Mt
Hospital, to be climaxed with the
hospital's Jubilee Ball, will fea-
ture mam event.-, according to
Leonard A Wien. chairman On
Tuesday. Dee. 10. there will be
two tour- for the public, one at
in s m and one at l' p in These
tours will be conducted by mem-
bers of the Tour Committee ol
the Women's Auxiliary un ler the
chairmanship of Mrs" Lois Sha-
piro
Posters depicting Open House
will be placed at various loca-
tions throughout Miami Beach.
The public i- invited to attend,
without making a reservation
Wednesday will feature a spec-
ial brunch in honor of the hos-
pital's medical staff to be held
in Mt Sinai's cafeteria at 9 30
a.m. Invited to meet with the
325 doctors and dentists of the
medical stall are members ot
the intern and residents program
at Mt. Sinai, nursing supervis
ors, officers of the Women's
Auxiliary, and members ol the
hospital's Board of Trustees and
Founders Club.
Thursday, the 900 employees
of the hospital will be guests of
the' members of the Board of
Trustees in the cafeteria for
meals.
Friday, patients will receive
special tray favors designed by
the Tray Favor Committee of
the Women's Auxiliary under the
LIONAKD WIW
chairmanship of Mrs. Harold Cn-
BW. Mrs Unaer plars a spec-
ially-designed favor in line with
Anniversary Week and the Jubi
lee Ball.
Saturdav will mark the holding
of the hospital's third annual
Jubilee Ball at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Immediately prior to the Week,
at the Women's Auxiliary semi-
annual me.-ting- to be held on |%M
day. Dec. 6. a special tribute let-
ter from Mt Sinai's president^
J Gerald Lewis, will be read tc
all Auxilians thanking them tor
their loyalty and devotion.


Friday. December 6. 19G3
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MAURICE SAMUEL WILL SPEAV
Sunday Night Jewish National Fund
Banquet to Celebrate fie Ami Dedication
On N''v. 28. the new frontier | night banquet a success are the
village of Me Ami was born in Is- following:
rate as a Nahal un.t. agricultural
arm of the Defense Forces.
Some 200 young nip nand women
moved into the il" Ami border de-
velopment reclaimed and prepar-
c by the Jewish National Fund.
Me Ami, twin city of Greater
Miami, and built with the com-
bined resource* of Karon Kayo-
met and tho Jewish National
Fund Council hare, will bo the
object of celebration at a JNF
banquet here Sunday evening in
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Leon J. EN. president of the
Council, said that Maurice Sam
uel. internationally renowned writ
ar and lecturer, will be guest
speaker, Al.-o on the program of
entertainment u Aviva Halaban.
well-known Israeli operatic so
prano ,
Dr. FfvrBg Lehrman. chairman
ol the Jewish .National Foundation.
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowit*,'
ihairtrftn of the-South Florida JNF.' Hostesses
Will also participate in the eve- be:
ring's festivities.
Leon J Ell, Rabbi Mayer Ahram-
owitz, Benjamin Appel. Johan L.
Berman. Mrs Nathan Bookspan,
William Bernstein, Albert Broad,
Marshall (.'onus. Mrs Pearl Comis,
Mrs Jacob I). Davis, Hyman Feld-
man, Ezra Finegold, Abraham
Man, Ezra Finegold, Abraham
Mi-- Lillian Goodman
Mayshie Friedberg Mrs Robert
Garber, Abraham Grussman, Abra-
ham GruaJiut, Max Hecht, Peter F.
llelicr. Sam Kagan, Bernard Katz.
Zev w Kogan, Mrs. Joseph Krantz,
Mrs Louise Lustig. Mrs. Abraham
Mason, Gershon Miller, Morris Ml-
nov
Mrs. Miriam Press, [fldor Riff-
kin, Harry Rosen. Julius Rosen-
stein, Mrs Samuel Sack. Sam
Schaehna, Irving Schatzman, Mrs.
Wolle Shkiair. Al Sherman, Mey-
er Siegel, Ben Sliver. Dr. Michael
Sossin, Joahua Z. Stadlan. Mrs
Faye Tupler. Dr Best Zucker-
braun.
for the evening will
Israel Porush. ninth grade student and president of the He-
brew Academy Student Body, presents a check to Benjamin
Meyers, a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. The check represents funds raised
by Academy students for the local Federation every year.
Looking on is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
ry Feldman. Ezra
lian Goodman
Finvgold. Lil
Zee Dover, loa-ul for the South
.i-t ar here fr< m his offices in Atlanta.
Ga e-pecinally to address the
celebration.
Me Ami was dedicated in the
presence erf Prime Minister Lovl
Ethttol, Deputy Minister Shimon
Peres, Army Chief of Staff Zvi
Zur, Joseph Weiti, hoed of tho
Land Development Authority,
and Col. Samuel Ayal, comman-
der of Nahal. The site is right on
the border betwee.i Jordan a:id
an Arab vil'age r. !...., cilleJ
Umn el Fahm.
Dinner committee members who
have worked to nuke the Sunday
Me-dames Leon P F.ll Mayer
AbramowitZ Johan L Berman, Na-
than Bookspan, Pearl Comis, Jacob
D Davis, Mvman Fisenbaum. Har-
Mesdames Robert Garner. Abra-
Mesdamea Robert C.amer. Aba-
ham Grossman. Max Hecht, Peter
F. Heller. Sam Kagan, Bernard
Katz. Zev W. Kogan, Joseph W.
Krantz I ouis Lustig, Abraham
Mason. Gershon Miller. Morris
Mi nov
Mesdame- Miriam Press, Isidor
Riffkin. Harry Rosen, Julius Rosen
stein, Samuel Sack, Sam Schaehna.
Wolfe Sklair. Al Sherman. Meyer
Siegel. Ben Silver. Michael Sossin,
Joshua Z. Stadlan. Faye Tuper.
Baer Zuckerbraun.
Miami Gables ZOA
To Install Officers
Here Saturday Eve
Miami-Gables District, Zionist
Organization of America, annual
in-tallation of officers and board
members has been rescheduled for
Saturday. 830 p.m.. at Holiday
Inn. 1350 S. Dixie Buy
Circuit Court Judge Henry Bal-
aban will be installing officer. Rab-
bi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spirit-
ual leader of Israelite Center, will
be guest speaker. Entertainment
will be presented by Mrs. Mane
Balaban. Program chairman is
Judge J. David Liebman.
Headed by Max A Parness,
president, officers are Meyer Fine
and Moses .Meyer, vice presidents:
Charles Froefield, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Pauline Levick. treas-
urer; Mrs. Morris Simon, corre-
sponding secretary.
Board members arc Dr. Charles
Beckwitt. Theo.lore Berman. Rabbi
Hershel Brooks. Ephraim Collins.
, Dr. Philip C.otlieb. Rabbi Zevi I.
Greenwald, Fred Haas, Abraham
Kasow. Murray Levine. Sam Le-
' vine. Judge J. David Liebman, A.
Arthur Pekelner. Albert Quadow.
Louis Rudniok. Irving Saal, Sidney
Sanders. Louis Schwartzman, Rab-
i bi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Norman
Shapiro, Morris Simon, Irving
Sperling and Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
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Dr. Lehrman Will Head '64 Combined Appeal
Continued from Page 1-A
' : igreg.ition for allowing us to
are with them the services and
capabilities of their spiritual
tader."
accepting the post, Dr. Lehr-
: i said th;it "as a rabbi, and as
Ticmber ul our community for
ny years I have accepted the
irmanship ol the 19<>4 Combined
i-li App< ;.l hocaiiso I loci that
\ i~ the responsibility of every
mber <>t our Jewish community.
: lso teel lhal l am following the
cepts oJ the rabbis of the Tal-
il who said, 'Do not separate
; m the community '
Thev recognized tin- a- an in-
.ral part ol our total religious
t Timitmcni as Jew-." ho said.
e best means ol fulfilling our
responsibility to our community
I to our people that I know is
ouch the Combined Jewish Ap-
; al. wh;ch represents all 01 u- in
islanding programs of service.
. ally, nationally, in Israel, and
I oughout ;he world."'
Joseph .M Lipton. president of
T-niple Emanu-El. and a past Fed
lion campaign chairman, called
needs ot men. women ard chil-
ii served by Federation and
< A "of paramount importance to
'For that reason, we of Tern-
: e Emanu-El are extremely
-oud that the Executive Com-
- ittee of Federation has invited
"abbi Lehrman to head the 1964
JA campaign, and on behalf of
' e m p I e Emanu-El we are
eased that the Rabbi has ac-
cepted this extremely high place
in the service of our community
and of our people."
Samuel N Friedland. 1963 CJA
chairman, and Temple Emanu-
F.l board chairman, announced
that the TV tuple was proud to
make its spiritual leader available
to the entire Jewish community
M,d to its Central source lor health
and welfare needs,
"In the many years of associa-
tion with on.- Temple ard with our
community. Rabbi Lehrman's per-
*- inal dedication and devotion to
the welfare til all has been an in-
spiration which wo have personally
an proud to emulate." Friedland
stated. "Realising the vital role
that CJA playi in the betterment
.it our community, and in the in-
culcation of Jewish tradition in our
families and in our children, we
are prouJ to share Rabbi Lehrman
Dr. Lehrman is a former secre-
tary of the Rabbinical Assembly
with you for this vital campaign."
of America, the national body rep-
resenting the Conservative move
ment affiliated with the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
and is president of the Rabbinical
Assembly's Southeast Region. He
serves on the Rabbinic Cabinet of
the Seminary, and is the tenth
generation ol his family to pursue
the rabbin'.te in an unbroken
chain. His father was the late
Rabbi Abraham Lehrman. who
served as spiritual leader for 20
years at the Glory of Israel Ho-
lm w Institute in New York City,
and ho 1- tiio grandson of the fa-
mous Chassiuic Rabbi, affection-
. toly known as "The Hrocker
Rebbe.''
During Dr. Lehrman's long ten-
ure of service to Temple Emanu-
El and to the Greater Miami
community, he has been a spokes-
man and active participant in
the work of Federation and Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. In 1917, he
was chosen by Federation to
visit the D.P. Camps of Europe
and Israel as one of three rep-
rtrertatives of the Jewish com-
munity here.
His report on the plight of the
.lows in Europe and Israel brought
him national recognition. Numer-
ous communities throughout the
South utilize! his services in their
fund-raising olforts. and the Great
or Miami Jewish Federation pre-
sented him with a plaque for his
"invaluable assistance to the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal." At pres-
ent, he is a member of the Nation-
al Rabbinical Advisory Committee
of the United Jewish Appeal and
the Nationil Council of the Joint
Distribution Committee.
A graduate of the Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion of Now York City.
Rabbi Lehrman received the de-
gree of Rabbi and Master of He-
brew Literature. In 1958. he re-
ceived a Doctor of Hebrew Litera-
ture degree from the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America. His
many philanthropic and communal
undertakings include service on
the National Board of Directors of
the American Tochnion Society,
past president of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Dado County Chapter
of tho Am.-rican Red Cross, and
past president of the Rabbinical.
Association of Greater Miami. I
Dr. Lehrman serves as a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Social
Service Department Advisors
Roard. and is a member of the
Advisory Committee of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Florida
Anti-Defamation League, and
-orvod for two years as a member
of the Governor's Bi-Racial Com-1
mittee.
Chairman of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund Foundation of Greater
Miami, Dr. Lehrman participat-
j| TMSt QCI*W AT lh STRIKT MIAMI BIACH
ed in ground dedication ceremon-
ies for the new sister city of
Me Ami in Israel.
Dr. Lehrman i- now working in
conjunction with tho American
Friday, December 6, 1963
Jewish History Center on a re-
search stiich of the early history
of lie Jewish community in Flor-
1 B in recognition of his many
contribution, to the American
,,., h Scene, Temple Emanu-El
established the Dr. Irving Lehr-
man Chair in Modern Jewish Hi*-
tor) at the Jewish Theological
Seminary ol America
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fJenist noridlinn
Page ll-.1-
Ecumenical Tables Statement on Ties
Oder statesman" Harry Sirkir. (riqht). who will be honored
at the Temple Emanu-El Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner.
leceives hearty congratulations from Dr. Irving Lehiman.
spiritual leader ol the Temple, and Joseph M. Lipton, Tem-
ple president.
Emanu-EI-lsrael
Fete for Sirkin
Tuesday Evening
Tempi) Emanu El Israel Chanu
ka Festival Dinner w ill take place
I r.ir_;. the fll"-t "I- H
i rial uk i al the Fontaini bleau
'
.it-, i -l-i M Liptoo, Temple presi
and chairman "f the event,
the Clwnuki Festival Dinner
i -. iii n be unique in the his-
; the Temple and of the
munity, featuring the tradition
Menorah ceremony and an mi
uive cooeeii especial!) pro
r hi- occasion.
One of the highlights will be
the kindling of a giant Menorah,
and since this will be the first
night of Chanuka, there will be
a Menorah at every table, so
that each person at the dinner
can participate in the traditional
ceremony.
i.,' honi re I at the c\ent will
Membership Party Saturday
North Shore Posl and Ladies'
Auxiliarj of tl" Jew ish War \ et
erars of he United States will hold
an annual paid up membership
I artj "i! Saturday al the Bali llai
Night Club in the Singapore Hotel
Auxiliary presi i m is Mrs Sol
Spielberg Ben Haberman is p 1
command) r and Mrs Ceil R Si
i- membership chairman.
Brandeis ZOA
Plans [Meeting
II.ir: j C i apian, new lv elected
president <>f the Brandeis Disl
of the Zionist Organisation of
America, has announced that the
district "ill sponsor > community-
wide meeting on Thursdaj ev
ning, Dec 19, al Temple Ner
T.i m i.l
Max Raskin, program chairman,
i thai In addition to a guest
Speaker, special entertainment has
Iso been planned Albert E. Ossip
liairman ol the President's Coun-
rr> Sirkin lifetime president cil of the Greater M ami ZOA D.
... !<...<. ..,11 ii-.i-lK-IIVltn 111 the 111
11 mple Emanu-El, ii<> with
Mrs Sirkin have been at the fore
of the Temple and numerous
and philanthropic c iusi -
Serving on the dinner committee
h Lipton are Dr Irving Lehr
n, spiritual leader <>t Temple
; El, and Samuel Friedli
man of the board, fionorarj.
irmeo; Jack S Popick, co-
n ii. und Mr and Mi Sam
Li| ton chairman "f the Com
,tt e of Hosts
* hi arill be cited for his
?ervici to the Temple, the com
and Israel, w as one of the
ii iiers "f the Greater Miami
l-ia-l Bond effort an.I has been B
tinuous member i i the Board
1 tors ol the Israel Bond
i/ ition
tricts, will participate in the pro
gram
\ Caplan and R
v it'i at i nls are Meyt r Sie
gel, Abe Gr issman, Ezra Fini
i Kati Isaac D men M u
rici Zaretjky, Dr Ben Zucker
braun, Dr Herman Ausubcl and
Richai man
Continued from Page 1-A
sion ol the i haptersone "I which,
Number lour, aosolves the .lewi-h
people ni responsibility [or the
< r i< ifixi 'ii i Jesu by telling the
Council "We all regret thai it is
not permitted to us to have at least
i foretaste il discussion concerning
tin i haptei because of lack of
and [or no other reason." He
v il that phrasi and c in
tinned "In this way, our Secre-
tarial would have received greater
illumination toward making a de-
finitive edition of each chapter.
However, things turned out, 1
am sincerelv persuaded that even
this offers several useful flings to
us."
After expressing regret about
ilu failure of the Council to decide
even to dis uss the two chapters,
Car in.il Bea said: "it i- fitting,
therefore, to meditate and ponder
everything arefully, over and over
again, without haste and with
tranquil spirit, so that, at the next
session ol Ihe I uni il, thej i the
two t hapters > maj rx treated '
ged u ith mature < on
ation The ancient saying ap-
plii hen >\ hat i> put offis
ay.'
"Therefore, the questions treat-
ed in these two last chapters re-
main entrusted to your study
and examination here will be
held in the next session of the
Council, and will be properly pre-
pared during the next months.
For this reason, I earnestly ask
attentive consideration of these
chapters and indication of propo-
sals and corrections before
March. For our part, we shall
diligently examine both what has
already been said in this hall,
and what we will receive in writ-
ing, and will propose them in the
presentation of these two chap-
ters for discussion, so that we
may obtain what will contribute
to the greater service of God
and the more efficacious good of
our souls."
nwhile, on Monday, ai
i i uncil prelate, Cardinal Lercaro,
,,i Bologna, said in an address to
,, nnfi ren of Catholic journal-
ists here that the two chaptt rs
pres nted b) Cardinal Bea will be
first on the agenda of the next E
nmeiiii.il Council session in
tember. Tuesday and Wednes laj
the last two days of the current
session, were given over entirelj t i ei i monials Pope Paul VI forma]
ly announced on Wednesday the
call I ir the third session ol the
Council, t'i open Sept. it
Ri rret and sorrow" that the
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Dr. Abba Hi I lei Silver Passes Away at Age 70
'-' Continued from Page 1 A
ducted by Rabbi Leon Feuer, of
Toledo; and Rabbi Arthur J.
Llyveld, of Fairmount Temple,
Cleveland. El Moleh Rachmin,
the traditional prayer for the de-
parted, was chanted oy Richard
Tucker, of the Metropolitan
Opera Company.
Abba llillel Silver was born in
the Lithuanian town of Neistadtt,
the son of Rabbi Moses Silver. He
was the fifth generation of rab-
bis in his family and one of his
sons. Daniel, is also a rabbi. Young
Abba Silver was brought by his
parents to the United States at the
age ot 8. and grew up on New
York's lower East Side. He stud-
ied at the University of Cincinnati
and at the Hebrew Union College,
being ordained a Reform rabbi at
HUC in 1915.
His first congregation was the
Elf Street Temple, at Wheeling.
W. Va. In 1917. he came here as
spiritual leader of The Temple ii
this city. In World War I. he serv-
ed as a chaplain in the U.S. Army
in France, and later received j.
high decoration for his service
from the French Government.
Rabbi Silver, building his con-
gregation in Cleveland from a
small synagogue to one of the
outstanding religious institutions
in the country, with a member-
ship of more than 2,500 families,
attracted wide attention early in
his ministry through his theolog-
Dff. ABBA HIILU SILVER
Giant in Zion
ical writing, his vigorous and
powerful oratory, and his advo-
cacy of civil rights, the rights of
labor, and his activities toward
ending unemployment.
Meanwhile, he had become one
of America's most impassioned
jnd most effective spokesmen for
the rebirth of the Jewish Home-
land in Palestine. He was chair
man of the American Zionist
Emergency Council in 1933-34 and
again from 1945 to 1948. During
the latter period, he was one of
the leading fighters for world Eionv
ism at the new United Nations, and
was one of the most prominent
participants in the UN debates that
led to the UN's adoption of the
Palestine Partition Plan in 1947.
He had also served as president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, chairman of the Ameri-
can Section of the then Jewish
Agency for Palestine in 194648.
and as co-chairman of the I'nitcd
Jewish Appeal. At his death he
was chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
He had been president of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, director of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
a member of the board of trustees
Of the American Civil Liberties
Union, and active in the Cleveland
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
the Jewish Community Federation
| of Cleveland, the Jewish Academy
of Arts and Sciences, the Jewish
Publication Society.
I Rabbi Silver was honored at
many outstanding MMa*Arili|
the last year upon reaching the
age of 70. His awards and dec-
rations included a long list of hon-
ors from many institutions "I
higher learning. Zionist and other
Jewish organizations
FREED UNVEILING
The Dedication ''
to the memvt)
CHARLES J. FREED
Will b held
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8th
I I 1 .M ..:
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
u'llh
RjFih: S M Mi. hlf
Friend* and Rel
u\ed to attend
Friday, December 6> 1963
he was made an honorary citizen
of Nathanva. Ramat Can nd Tel *>
Aviv He was a prolific and prom-
nent author on theology, world
Jewish affairs and othvr progres-
sive themes.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle ivr
Orthodox. Rabbi leaac Ever.
|- ,,!,,. ..". |>.m. HalUI 'l;i> 10 a in
y, mm "I'allli ill III'- PDWM pi .1
l.-.Hin l'r MHav.ih. Robert l
,1 Mr. -' U** William .Mi-rvili
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 5W 1lh ave
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch.
warti
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BETH DAVID. H2S SW 3rd ave. Con.
tervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioaon.
i |a) v U p.m. M.niii-I I.11I..I will
conduct asWvaaeaj, S.ituriM\ : a.m
Lrwia Hfernatoln. Costarrairsmon in.-
i.i.nt. "in conduct aarvlri in ab-
r Rabbi hh.iplro, imli.ii u.-i
ISabbl BUeawr \ Uevl both tbrj -
BETH EL. 500 SW trtn ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I ,\ ", 1". p 111 >:t il 'l.i \ ^ So ,
:-. :i "The Trial* >! III. Kltfht-
BfTH MOSHE CONGREGATION
1630 W. Dime Hwy Conservative
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fine.
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Cantor David Convlaer.
CANDLtUGHTING T//HE
20Kislev 5:14 p.m.
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
Midaj 13 ,, m Saint.I.,% --ii ., ,.
.- rini.ii I'i.iii,.....r Mi. W... 1,
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave
Mod. rn Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
'' Idaj -|3 |. ill -, tin..r |'r. .
1 ii inuka 11 ml |'i irl Ha boi \
1 h. in.. \ shfii In ti 1 hi
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jritt. 1.1 rladaaaah. North Hud.- rhan- hr"l"> s-,:' i'"1 Twanty-flral annl-
3tir. I*,,. Minvah. .\miU- ] >rm.rj -..-raj.....r ,-...l...l,...,i|on PUN
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Sim in.in Katunlaj 8 r. m nVnt, Central Confer, ni. ..i American
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Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter 'Xl,~ Wulter Zlff and Murray Lux.
Cantor Joel L-rner ------- -------
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i.u. .1 .... ak.ii. Mi- i;., ... Katcman, I NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
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8ETH Raphael Ijo NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox Ralph Kneger, secre-
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a
BETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid ave Or
thodci. Rabbi Joseph E. RjcfcovsKy
a
8ETH TORAH 164th st and NE 1'th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
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r of 'li.n i iroup.
'' Bar MKivnh l...ii, .
Mi- and Mm. L'harlev Hitler
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
PLAGLER ORANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa-
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
M-iila) <:IS p in lladaamh Knbbnth
' I'-i r|m ak.r. Mi Kcnaii > Bulb n,
>i"-.. prvHldent, Naomi rii.i|.i.r ll.i.i.i.-
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Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
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SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Co-servativ- Rabbi Shmaryahu
T Swirsky Cantor Louis Cohen.
I- lila>
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
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8755 SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi
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Hermon: "Glided Gift, Gold. Goim
Haturdaj B:4S a.m. Bar Mitsvah
Mark, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Waiaer,
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ava. Re,fc/m. Rab-
bi Daniel "m. "Lowy" CaStor Chet
Gale.
Prldaj 8:13 p.m. Rellaioua School
hern will be honored and conduct
the lamliv Bervlce, Rabbi Lowy'a
i ..tni'in: 'Qualltlea 'it .i Jewlah Tetich-
.-i- aa K\. n.i 1111 I in ih. I.it,- of Hen-
rietta Kiold." Saturday n a.m. Ba*
Mltavah: Terrj Lynn, dausnter of
Mr. and Mra. Istanle) L'haney.
boated I >> Blaterhod,
a.m. N'liuih Horvii1
Saturday I 10
TIFERETH JACOB. t51
TEMPLE EMrNUEL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative Rabbi Irving
Lehrmarv Cantor Hirah Adler.
Plida) *. aiwl S:8a pin. Katurda) 8
a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Barr>'i *"" ol
Mr ..nil Mrs Noah l-'l.i.-.her: li.an.
-.ii ol Mi. and Mis Nathan Perlmul-
ti i
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frldaj n i, |. m Sermon "How Re-
form -ludalam Pacea .. Troubled
World "
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
l-ii am
Bar Mitsvah: Jonathan, > and Mra Joaeph Greene,
---- .----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickaon.
Prlda) > r. p.m. Hermon: "Women
f l.ra. i. Women of V'aloi M
Ann Goldbers, meir.bor ol Hada*aah,
"ill lecture ,,ti thai organization v
i rn...- Shabbai follow-In* rvlce* Sal
urdaj vi. a.m. Sermon: "To I. .
ini
ii.
p m
ii .hi.i
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Death of President Shows
Love is Still a Social Ideal
By RABBI DANIEL LOWY
Tempie Sinai
tin past few weeks,
ir f'!!n American! ol .ill
i h.itl to come in grips
ckini news the report ol
.. -as.sinjiKui hn I Kennedy The reverber-
tif this heinoui outrage
h.ivc penetrated everj corner oi
world, wakening ;iil man
m u.s moral and spiritual
j
: rst i.-ponsc hat I.....I
righteous indignation, but
then is nope that this will give
sense ol coOeetive re-
I :iiiy. ..nil a desire to
a ivoi Id beset by turmoil
:ini! -rn iety that con-
:n produce its own anni-
hai been said in our
of worship about loving
: [hbor, but so little has
In our personal ii a\
- wealth and station in
manj of ua have turned
icks on the needs of fellow
beings The well being
1 does not seem to con-
- for new public institu
: tals, ichools, rellgioui
lariea, and rilacea fur rec
thai would contribute to
'al. spiritual, and pay
f -.ii health of all. are deferred
I i lai k ol funds. Those Ln exist
" inadequately ttaifed
"i ui claim that we have
>ns w aj on the road to
od If wa cease to hate
1 ei human being because be
Ol i different religion, creed.
1 oll,|t|
I.-. Mr
di '.: M iln In ..
Satin


KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Encld ave.
Oi-'hodo Rabb' David Lehrfield.
Canttr Abraham Seif.
-
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
I737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
5MEV SHALOM 111 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. R.ibbi Phme.is Weber,
man.
iOLTHWEST CENTER. 642S SW 8th
St Conservative. Rabin ^evi Gieen.
v. i tt
...
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi
Maurice Neu.
n
v. ..; for i I
^ i l I Mil,
led bj Mi and Mi
-
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Ft Idnj I 'i ii in h in .i i. -in ii
i ..ii Ri f. rm Judalaoi I. a
Minlii > Si i mi" Saturda) 10:3
\i .-v ah \ Ian, -.....I Mi and
Mm t:..j- in Rnai nl
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ain.im
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I .1., \ IT, pi
\\:,v. Will N
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man Cantor Leo Urlich.
I "i Ida |o p i: i m. K Shahbal hi l -
'l i" Mi ami Mi* Hnwk< ll Ml i
n honoi ni \aoml Croup Hai
-ii Bar Muz
Kohi t .i.,i Uberman
---- -----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi henrv
Wernick Cantor Albert Glantz.
I'' Ii > p.ri .- t ;
Sermon: Thi Mra. Ii
I hi Saturda I 1
i

.' Mi-
Ba M livah:
W itntel
- a -
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
1 ; Shablml
lllol Wei

YOUNG l5RAtL 0 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabhi Sherwm Stauber.
HOLLY.
Reform
Chai
RABBI DANK I 10V/Y
Mark of Cain
or race However, in realitj we
ha\e taken just 8 short Step II
we don't hate we are indifferent,
brother toward brother.
The untimelj death ol Presi-
dent Kennedy challenges evcrjf-
one of us to reassess tor our
selves the value ol the words
found m the Holiness Code of the
Torah, Lei Ch 18-20). Thou
Shalt Love Thy Neighbor .1- Thy-
self and in, Stranger Shalt
:, 1 nto You ..- the Homeborn "
VVe must strive anew to become
living embodiments of these 1 > 1
vine Commandments, responding
with greater enthusiasm to com-
munal needs, lest < all bear
the mark ol Cain
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Pi Ida > >!.( in
f"i ..111 Tun,- Saturn.i\
- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHIPAH 750" SW
120 thSt Reconstructiomst. Rabbi
Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
I'i ,i.,> 7 I" |..m Mont hi) fainih wr-
\ i, Sei m,'ii "JiiiIh h Man ibei
: Henrletl 11.
SUi -i ii i 'in K Mi libnl ill In Ml
M Herman, |irealdent, Axlva
llri i|i ,-f 1 l.nl.i--..ih sa
a ni Shi |ej II.ni- nan ii
, l.i- '..!. Will n "\Vhelll
I'll. If Ml M
i.. M ,n in. dunura ,.i 'ha nuka
Mi nonih, III light Ihi firal .....lie
-------a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
R.ibbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Sterner.
Ki lila h:1"i p.m X, w membi ra i 1
i he r.....Ii ami Klatei li.....i ill i
Bureau Dinner Honors Presidents
dgi frvinj Cypen. vice presi
I the Greater .Miami Jewish
f '< ration, saluted 20 presidents
weal Jewish congregations at
se.ii Schmkr, Beth Torah Congre
gatioo.
Max Astor. David Plnskl Far
Beth Am Scouts
In Cook Out
Troop 502 of Temple Beth Am
completed its first camp out of
the year with a two-night, three
day session ;>t the Miami Beach
camping facility located near
Government Cut.
In addition to welcoming new
members and participating In
camp crafts and activities, the
. troop elected new officers,
Slate was headed by Jeffrey
Morse, senior patrol leader; James
BarOS, assistant senior patrol
leader, and Jeff Biinheim, assist-
ant Scoutmaster.
Daniel Pried wa* elected chair
lofkes Being Served on El Al's "Maccabean Special
FLY TO ISRAEL
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Remember: taking this trip begins with two TA's: tell your
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El Al of course... unless he suggests it first!... or contact
band; Benjamin Jonas. Kla-jler-,., ()| tho A,|u.t committee.
2nd annual dinner of the Bu- Granada Jewish Center; Louis
reau of Jt>isn Education last Merwitzer. Hebrew Academy;
The troop meets Tuesdays at
7:15 in the Temple Youth Lounge.
'"k at the Diplomat Country J Louis Dublin. Kneseth Israel; Je-.
!rome Himmelfarb. Or Olam:
Presidents included Joseph Alt- James If, Albert. Temple H h Robyn Tubin Chapter
mller. Beth Am; Lewis Stern sholom; Joseph M Upton. Temple
nein, Beth David; Joe Zalis. Beth Kmanu El; Herbert Gerlernter, I Regular meeting of the Robyn
Merle Michaels. Beth Moshe; Temple Judea; Maurice Revitz.; Tubin Chapter, City of Hope, at
J Grutvdwerg, Beth Israel; Temple Menorah. Murray Shaw.. First Federal, 125th st.. on Thurs-
,|,)""i< B. Frank. Beth Jacob; Jo- Temple Ner Tamid; Harold Thur-'day at 8 p.m., will include a dem
'man. Temple Israel; Rubin Kutun. I onstration of handwriting analysis
Tifereth Israel. | and refreshments. Members of the
Program ilso included Dr. Peteri group are now wrapping holiday
Masiko. president of the Miami gift packages at Masters in Miami
Dade Junior College, guest speak (or patient.- of the National Medi
er; Al Sherman, Bureau Mcretary cal Center, City of Hope. In Duarte,
11 and co-chairman ol the dinner; Calif.
' Joseph Cohen, installed for the ^^3
1 Mcond time as president of the
J reau ..ml Dr Irv in, Lehrman, the affair, wtlich included a mnri
*' who"as InstalUng offleV. eal interlude by Cantor H.rsh Ad
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Sf.
* Reform Congregation
Or Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
J'tofc) O. Bomtiein Canter
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raqe 14-A
m. Ifnisti Hcrldfori
Friday, December 6. 1963
Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MINDUN
On Learning to Spend Our Time Wisely and Well
LESSONS FOR LIFE. By Robert I. Kahn. 240
pp. New York: Doubleday. $3.95.
RABBI KAHN is from Texas, although not from
* Dallas Nevertheless it seems appropriate
enough! at a time when the grief and horror still
lie like stones in our hearts, and the very name of
the city hisses like a curse from a far-off ase. con-
juring up the blood iind-bone-soaked images of the
dying there, appropriate enough, then, that from
the young rabbi of Congregation Emanu El in Hous-
ton should come a .wise and loving book which
guides the spirit with immense gentleness and great
'_o id sense.
The book is divided into sections: living with
God. living with yourself, living with your family,
living with neighbors, living in time and eternity.
All the major concerns are there, and many of the
minor onesdeath and faith and love and morality
;m his novelty nor unique in his thoughtbut he says
well whal he thinks, and he swings Ins points home
pithy anecdotes and quotations, man) ol them
Jew ish lore.
On the aye-old question, for example, of why
an omnipotent God can permit evil in the world.
Kabbi Kahn says God cannot dictate cur choice
of good or evil; it is not He who sends a drunken
driver to smash our bodies, nor a war to destroy
our cities. "These things we bring upon ourselves;
they are the consequences of our choice, and our
failures. And while it Is true that the innocent
are caught up in the evil done by the guilty, it
is also true that all of us are responsible for the
actions of our follow men ." But Cod, he says,
is not indifferent to our choices.
On death, a quotation from Helen Chappel
White's "With Wings as Eagles.'" her account ol
how she finally made peace with (he death of her
son: "Eventually I saw. almost with horror, that
this 'loyalty' of mine had led me to a final treach-
ery; the hurt of having lost him had at last out-
ied the joj of having had him, and the sad
.....8 of his death had dimmed tor me the happiness
ef his life."
On living in general, Kabbi Kahn write-, sue
cinctly of the necessity ol rising to life's high-
e.-t occasions, tor if we act then in low fashion, how
Israel Cast Lone 'No' on Refugee Question
\ITE1) NATION'S (JTA1
strate; i< maneuver by the Unit-
States in the United Nations
week in the annual debate on
Aral) refugee problem evoked
gry charges from Israel,
The maneuver was in the form
an American switch from a
-ition of urging the General As-
bly's Special Political Commit-
"-. to maintain the status quo on
I problem to a resolution against
ih Israel cast the only nega-
vote.
The Israeli objection was to
" clause revised by the United
States in such a way that it ap-
peared to accept the Arab inter-
- 'Station of a 1948 Assembly
-evolution placing sole reliance
tn repatriation and compensa-
on for the refugees, totally ig-
-oring the possibilities of reset-
' ing or integrating the refugees
- the Arab host countries.
The vote lor the revised Amer-
. :n draft was 83 to one With 12
. -tci.tion- At the same time
two Other resolutions wire with-
drawn on a plea for Unity, One
. Sponsored by three Moslem
countries to set up a UN agency
in Israel on handling of abandon-
id Arab property. The other was
a 19-nation proposal calling for
direct Israel-Arab talks on the
refugee problem.
Michael S. Comay. Israel's per-
manent representative, who had
warned Israel would vote against
the revised draft as unacceptable,
said the Arab interpretation em-
bodied in the American revision
was unfounded and "potentially
dangerous." He said "a fresh en-
dorsement" of that interpretation
might "give psychological stimu-
lus to Arab belligerence."
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, criticized the
American resolution as "neither
just nor moral" in an address
to the women's division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University where she received
the group'-, Woman cf the Year
Award. Reiteratir.3 that the
Arabs had repeatedly and open-
ly proclaimed their intention of
coming to Israel "to destroy it,"
she said, "nobody can force a
sovereign country to do some-
thing which is against its inter-
ests, its security and its very
life."
At another occasion, she said
that the adoption of the resolution
was not a "Tisha B'av" for Israel,
a reference to the Holy Day com-
memorating the destruction of the
Temple in ancient Israel.
It was indicated that passage,
ol the resolution would not change
Israel's determination to continue
to seek negotiations with the Arab
countries on the refugee issue but
only on the basis of rejecting any
automatic "right" of the refu-
gees to "return" to Israel.
The American strategy was be-
lieved !'i be based on the proposi
lion thai th'- only way to prevent
a vote er drafts was to develop one ac
ceptable to mosl countries, in-
cluding the Arabs.
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will we act in even lower "^u'""']h, .
H the Sabbath1 is Irulj a SRMth *fh
day partake ol Blory, Bui il the SabbatJi is a
weekday, then what will the^weekdays beUJj.
Finally, he ends with the lovelv parable Of
the ch id .1 the amusement park, whose fatberha*
given him some money, but who is too young tt
count it. and so he goes along happily buyhrid
and candy, until suddenly his hand '^ 7,C-
there were Other rules ho had w anted ami oh.
candies he had mean, to try. We are l.ke that
child, he says, given by Cod an unknown --
Of golden hours, With which we purchase the 8C-
Lvitie. oi our lives
"And then suddenly we reach into our pocl
for more and thej are all gone W< cannol learn
to number our days, but we can learn to use them
We may nol know how much monej we have, Ml
we can learn bow much each roin is worth w<
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Samuel April (left), spiritual leader of Temple Or
looks on as Eagle Scout Charles Solo, of Trooo ^19,
Sored at the Court of Awards recently at the Coral Way
jist Church, sponsoring institution of the troop.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo (second and
from left). The 16-year-old scout attends South West
High. Robert C. Beatty (right) is scoutmaster of Troop
Raboi April counciled Charles when he received the
tfamici Award at his confirmation in June, 1961. A scout
[e past live years and a senior patrol leader, he is a
ter of the Order of the Arrow.
Members Will Be Honored
evening services
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lywood will honor
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bi Morton Malat
the consecration
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Shazar Reports on Kennedy Funeral
J\ Rl SALEM (JTA) Presl
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i th Israeli delegation at-
tending the funeral ol the late
dent Kennedy, conveyed t"
the Israeli people assurances he
received from President Johnson
thai the I nited States woul I i in
tinue its policj ol friendship to Is
rael
He also reported that, while in
Washington, he spoke briefly with
taastas Mikoyan, the First Deput)
Premier ol the Soviet Union. The
conversation, he added waa not
on political matters. In New York,
Israel's Foreign Minister Golds
Meir said that President Shazars
conversation with Mr. Mikoyan
ha i lieen held in Russian.
In a review of the world political
scene. Depulj I'rmie Minister Ab-
ha Khan told a special Cabinet '
session that he felt confident Pres-
ident John-on would continue the
Kennedy Administration's friendly
policy toward Israel.
An unusually large audience at-
tended an official memorial meet-
in.; at Habimah Hall here closing
three days of mourning in I-rael
for President Kennedy. The meet-
ing, winch was held under the aus-
pices of t h e Israel American
Friendship League, was addressed
by Khan and V. S. Ambassador
w.ilworth Barbour
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_Aay. December 6. 1963
Section B
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Florida Branch
Diane Institute
J mm%
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as
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chairman, presents
Academy Women
i from the "Horn c:
ual membership tea
joined the women'?
iscribed in the Boc:
zipiro, honorary lit?
it Slated
rlooking the club's po< I
area.
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rantz, Mrs. Evelyn Ka
Ron Levitt make up the
s Niuht Committee.
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Mr. and Mrs Howard
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5 Harold Lamb, ol Baltimore.
M(, |fr and Mr- Herman Mart
fife 3 New York; Mr .and Mr.
Alvm Salvage, of OfUndo. Mr
Betty Birchman, M "
,, Marthoff and Mr and M
Uontc Birchman, all ^
York: and Mr and Mrs Kenneth
Lamb, of Louieville, Ki

Extra Thanksgiving bonu
reSveaan^ Merjs of Ruth and
Dick Sirkln w tbeir ""'''
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M/zrachi Women Will Hear
Editor's Talk at Hebrew Acad.
Mr, H N". Scl '' X|:- '"
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Mr- Donald > hrager. Mrs. Saul Porugh,
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Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers Will Receive
Woman of the Year Award at Dec. 27 Fete
Contiixied fre-n Page 1-B
the Miami Beach Bar A-
tni (be Florida Ba:
sociation
Ace < ptii
ol board in 1953. six was twice
reelected to that offi g a?
\ice-chairmac for three year;.
Mrs Meyers >er.tcd
Hadassah Fete
Slates Speaker
At the follow ing -
temple* honoring Hadassah Sab-
bath on Friday and Saturday,
speaker- from Hadassah will be:
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin. "Hadassah's
Role in Our Modem Times." Flag-
ler Granada Center: Mrs Ann
Goldberg. "The Hadassah Way of
Life."' Temple Zamora: Mrs. Henry
Gilman. lihe Role of Hadassah in
Israel."' Temple Judea: Mrs Mor-
ris Herman. "Hadassah Greetings."
Temple Beth Shirah: Mrs. George
Katzman. "Hadassah and the Four
Freedoms." Dade Heights Congre
gation.
Mrs. Michael Krop. The Mov-
ing Finger." Beth Moshe Congre-
gation: Mrs. Elaine Salzman. "The
Hadassah Story." Southwest Cen-
ter; and Mrs Irwin Lin, "Hadas-
sah Today." Tifereth Israel Con-
gregation
Rabbis will devote sermon? to
Hadassah or irclude a special
tribute at Adath Yeshurun. Beth
Am. B< < Kodesh. Beth Shirah and
Beth Torah. B'nai Abraham, B'nai
- lorn, 1-r:.elite Center. Or Olam.
i thavat Shalom, Ten Sinai.
Temple Zamora and Temple 2
A Edw ard Cch'
: the ". hapter of Ha-
-ah.
Now is tbfi time, for
Now is<
Amer:. men lawyers at the
Internationa) Federation of Wom-
en Lawyers meeting in Istanbul,
ar.d has beer, active at similar
r.nzi in Manila and Helsinki.
A delegate to the World Z. nisi
IT, Mr- Meyers has
continued to demonstrate her de-
- of Israel and
has visited the country
Speaker at Uhe Woman i
Tear luncheon will be Mrs. Joan
Comay. wife of the I>rael Ambas-
sador to the United Nations, and
the musical presentation will be
by the internationally renowned
ist Join Field. Mrs Samuel
Simnnhoff. president of the Great-
er Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew-
University, ha; announced that
chairman of the luncheon will be
Mrs. Max Weitz. and awards chair-
man is Mrs Jack S. Popick Wo-
man of the Book chairman is Miss
Lillian Goodman.
Tell your husband
vou made them yourself.
Now is the tune for
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Pioneer Women Slate Activities
Pior.pcr Women Club l, Mr personal observations gathered
Ki tz prcsidi > h.' during a fhe-wcek stud) seminar
part) on Monday, 7 in Israel
thi star Restaurant, 841
Miami Beach Councilman Hyman Galbut purch'-'-es tickets to Dec. 24 benefit performance of "It's a Mad. Mad.
Mad. Mad World" at the Sheridan Theatre to aid the Hebrew
Academy PTA. Shown with Galbut aie (left to right) Mis.
Zvi Berger, publicity chairman. Mrs. Leonard Adler. also
chairman, and Mrs. Sam Rosner, president.
l7amora Groups To Fete Chanuka
Thi evenini
i haired bj rtrs Jennie Seitlm, will
ii alure a program of ectertai i
ment. and ; 11 proceeds go to the
Child Rescue Fund.

Mrs Dor i Offenhenden, pre |
dent n| Beba Idelson Club, an
nounces the group's Chanuka party
has been called for Tuesday. ;
p mi at 842 Washington ave.
Golda Meir Club, president, tin.
Isaac Pushkin, will conduct a reg-
ular meeting on Wednesday, l
p in al Beth El Congregation.
Mrs Milton Green, Council presi-
vill show slides ami give her
Final plars for fie club's annual
i hanuka Child Rescue dinner.
cheduled for Sunday evening. Dec
wiTl bedis-
15 at the Seville
cussed
Hotel
held on Sunday. Dec. 13. 6 p.m.,
at the Ro.val Hungarian Restau-
;:,; \\ shii -:;<>;i Ave Princi-
pal speaker will be Mrs. Milton
i Ireen, (lounc d pi < sidenl. Mrs Sa-
die Hubert will i Her the invoca-
tion and .!-< I'll HurwitZ will pre-
side at 'i candlelighting ceremony.
Mrs. Abraham Shedtoff is chair-
ing the event, and all proceeds are
marked tor the Child Rescue Fund
of Moetzet Hapoalot President is
Mrs, Ida Littman.
Kadimah Chapter, president, Mrs.
.lack Sills, will meet on Thursday
evening in the Coliseum at 1500 gefj, 0oyjj Coupies Club
Douglas id In honor of Jewish
Hook Month. Louis Schwartzman.
executive c irector. Bureau of Edu-
cation, will review "Dust." by
Yael Dayan. Mrs. Leo Goldman is
program chairman.
Mr and Mrs .Incoh Hubert are
sponsoring a Chanuka dinner for
members of Club 2. Affair is to he
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader ol Beth David Congre-
gation, will conduct an adult dis-
cussion group at the regular
meeting of the Young Married
Couples Club in the social hall
next Wednesday evening at 8:15
p.m. Lewis F. Cohen is president
of the group.
hood of Temple Zamora
n hold an open board meeting
, dnesda] 8 IS p m ai lempn
'I'll ii.i u ill be (hanuka
amora
lllllllf I ^1* II" 1 Hi ^ ii.i.n.nu
Gift -!, p merchandise and the
What's i ooking for Yom Tot
What's < ooking for ivm i "\
kboo.s. compiled t>> Mrs Vera
and Mr- Ann Goldberg,
available Ticket- Mr the
a luncheon mav be our
F Icr .
be .
y .1 IM" available I u'ket.- tor UlC
( iiuika luncheon may be pur
< ised Refreshments will be
id
The Hannah Circle is in charge
arranttment- for the meeting.
h.urman is Mrs Alma Lois
Sylvia Altman i-
(iitt :*;.i|> chairman Mrs Ann
Ilir-h i hospitalit) i bairn
Mrs Dorothj Gn
hood president.
t 'hanukah home d< coratini
lest is bi I !. and prizes will
l| l'ie annual Chanuka
i andlelii htinj ceremonj on -
day, Dec 1.".. ; 30 p m Children
and parent- will participate
The Hannah Circle will host four
Friday nub' Oneg Shabbats at the
Temple, and will sponsor a Cha
nuka luncfieon and card party on
Thursday, Dec i" Free baby-
sitting services will be available.
Committee member- ui tin I ii
cle. serving with Mrs Alma Lois
Brooks, chairman, are Mes lames
Jean Cohen, .lean F-ki'ci-. FnUic
Babricand, Vera Fiedler. Ceil
Fi-hman. Leah Fried-on. Bea
Klein, F.dna Kusnick. Pauline
Linker. Blma Pont. Ruth Shuman.
and Alice Simons
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Enjoying themselves at a recent dinner dance at Westbrooke
Country Club are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox. Fox, with Shel-
don Kay and Harold Pomerantz. are developers and owners
of the 30-acre sports and recreation club. Two more big
social affairs are one of Westbrook's in December, a Las
/egas Nite this Saturday and the club's second annual New
Year's Eve party.
Islander's ORT
Planning Panel
Mrs. Margaret Newman Stearn,
program chairman for Islander's
Chapter. Women's American ORT.
has announced that a panel com
prised of Judge Irving ("ypcn and
Attorney C. B. Kniskern will high-
light the regular luncheon meeting
Tuesday noon in the Ocean View
Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Judge Cypen will explore "Wom-
en's Rights in Florida Law." and
Kniskern will discuss "Planning of
Your Estate.'' A question and an
swer period will follow.
Mrs. Grace Lane, chapter presi
dent, will conduct a candlelighting
ceremony in tribute to the late
President John F. Kennedy.
Reservation chairman is Mis.
Ben Israel.
Chicago Club Dinner
Chicago Club of Greater Miami
will hold a 17th anniversary dinner
dance in the Deauville Hotel's
Casanova Room on Sunday. Dec
15. at 6:30 p.m. Harry Caplan. vice
president, is pro-ram chairman for
the afl'.trr
Kinneret Chapter
Hears Review
Rabbi Etersbel Rrooks reviewed
"Some of My Best Friends." by
Benjamin R. Epstein and Arnold
Forster. at .: meeting ol Kinneret
Chapter of Mi/rachi on Wednesday
evening at Temple Zamora
A short Chanuka program was
presented by Mrs. Shirley Wolff
Mrs. Ruth Ersoff and Mis Reggii
Lcvenson co-chaired the evening
Friday. December 6, 1963
'Mad1 Premiere
For Opti-Mrs.
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
sponsoring the premiere perform-
ance of "Il's a Mad. Mad: Mad,
Mai World." will appropriate the
"TnYme of fne film' tor Its Ttrff^un
cheon meeting on Tuesday.
To be held at the Barcelona Ho-
le!, program of the day will be a
"Mad" treasure hunt with "Mad"
rostumes and "Mad" experiences
competition.
Milton Berle. Edie Adams and
Buddy Hackett are penciled in for
an appearance at the gala opening
night of the movie on T.ur>da.v,
Pee 19. at the Sheridan Theatre
In charge of tickets to the fund-
raising function is Mrs. Louis Ptl-
,' zer. Mrs Murray Sonnett is presi-
dent of the group.
Dade Elects
Buchanan Sheriff
Dade County voters Tuesday
( ected T. A. (Tall Buchanan as
- icriff of the county.
Buchanan rolled up 50.286 votes
' 35.637 ballots for his opponent.
. rmer Sheriff Tom Kelly
William S (Red) Gillespie re-
- ived 7,674: Bill McCrory. 1.440;
. id Bill Jackson, 911.
Some 25 percent of the 360.736
gistered Democrats in the coun-
went to the polls
Buchanan must now face a Re-
.lblican hopeful for the office.
( ontender will be Fred A. Phillips
i the general election Dec. 17.
Melava Malka Saturday
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch an-
nounces a Melava Malka at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gut-
man. 525 W. 371i St., Miami Beach
on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The
event will honor the liberation and
vindication of Rabbi Schneur ZaI-
man. founder of the Lubavitcher
movement, from Russian impris
onment.
Titereth Jacob Activities
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood Telephone Squad is sponsor-
ing a luncheon card party at the
Temple on Monday at 11:30 a.m.
The Temple Men's Club will meet
on Sunday morning.
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Beach Hadassah Meetings Monday
1
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Medical
Organization representatives meet to plan
Henrietta Szold Day luncheons. All 15 groups
will hold their Henrietta Szold Day celebra-
tions on Dec. 23. Seated (left to right are
Mrs. Ben Steiger, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Irving
Shapiro, president. Shaloma Group; Mrs. Ben
Sanderson. Stephen S. Wise Group; Mrs. Mey-
er Golden. Hadassah Medical Organization
chapter coordinator; Mrs.. Charles M. Krupit.
Southqole Group; Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg,
president, Southgate Group; and Mrs. Tillie L.
Schwartz. Southgate Group. Standing (left to
righ) are Mrs. Sam Schiifman, Stephen S. Wise
Group; Mrs. Otto Sandman, Mrs. Sam Ruban,
Brandeis Group; Mrs. Johan L. Berman, Emma
Lazarus Group; Mrs. Esther Levitz, Deborah
Group; Mis. Eva M. Blum, Hannah Senesch
Group; Mr<=. Joseph Alexander. Henrietta
Szold Group; and Mrs. Gus Roberts, president,
Bay Harbor Group.
Turchin, Galbut To Head Fund Drive for Home
Miami llcach Councilmen Robert
L. Turchin and ityman P, Galbut
hjvc been named general chairmen
of the campaign fund dinner com-
mittee of the Jewish Convalescent
Home of South Florida Their ap-
pointment and acceptance were
announced this week by Mrs. Jos-
eph K. Kciscr. president of lie
kosher coavaleaceul and nursing
home also known as Bikur (holim.
\
* Chanuka Party
At Aged Home
Annual Chanuka party Of the
Greater MUml Auxiliary. Jewish
Home for the Aged, will be held
in Sunday. 2 pm.
President Mrs. Laurence Silver-
i n \ull preside at the traditional
(llelightms ceremony, and Mrs,
Siiverman will distribute gifts
Refreshments will be served
Mrs Louto Makovaky will intro-
duce Klamar Horosny, ho will
; i program of popular Gypsy
. lie
Plans were announced recently
to add a 75-bed facility to the pres-
ent 55-bed home located in Miami
Beach's South Shore area at 310
Collins Ave.
"We are honored that two such
distinguished community leaders
at Councilman Turchin and Gal-
but hava assumed thase post* of
responsibility," Mrs. Kaiser said.
A gala dinner to be held in Mi-
ami Beach in early February will
highlight the campaign fund ac-
tivities. Turchin and Galbut said.
A committee to work with them
is now being organized.
Both Turchin and Galbut were
elected to the Beach Council in
their initial tries for public oftice
last June Turchin heads his own
construction firm, and Galbut is
an attorney.
The Jcwisn i onvalescent Home
has hern accepted for recognition
by both the American Hospital As-
^ociation and the Blue Cross of
Florida thii year, according to
Sidney Sicgel. executive director,
Following groups of Miami Beach
('liauU'i- of HadasstU kave la
meetings tor Monday, during
which final arrangements for!
group Henrietta Szold Day lunch-
eons will be made:
Bay Harbor Group will hold a
regular luncheon meeting at the
Singapore Hotel at 11:30 a.m. Pro-
gram will be in observance of
Chanuka. with music and songs by
Larry Blue. President is Mrs. Gus
Roberts.
i *
Esther Group will hold a noon
luncheon meeting at the Bel-Aire
Hotel Program will be a film en-
titled Henrietta Szold." Presi-
dent is Mrs. Haiti Safir.
Israeli Group will hold a noon
meeting at the Algiers Hotel Zvi
Sax will speak on "Youth Aliyah
Children Celebrate Chanuka. Louis
Mahofsky will present a musical
program accompanied by Carol
D'Arcy at Hue piano.
*
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
a regular meeting at the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. Norman-
dy Isle, at 12:30 p.m. A Chanuka
celebration with a candlelighting
ceremony and color slides of Ha-
dassah Hebiew University Hospital
will be narrated by Mrs. Harry
Kastan, program vice president.
.Mrs. Norman Meyers is president.
Morton Towers Group will hold
a regular meeting in the restau-
rant at Morton Towers at 12:
. A film on the medical wore:
of Hadassah will be shown, ai '
refreshments will be served. Mi -
Samuel S. Goldberg is presiden
Shaloma Group will hold a rei
lar meeting at DiLido Hotel. Li
members will be honored durn .
a candlelighting ceremony, ai
Mrs Morris Kripple will be h< -
tess in honor of her anniversary.
President is Mrs. Irwin Shapiro
Henrietta SSzold Group will ht I
a general m eting at the Algi< -
Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Members w
present a Chanuka program, ai i
refreshments will be served. Pre
dent is Mrs. Herman Feller.
Life Members
Added to Division
Three new life members ha-- e
been added to the Women's Divis-
ion of Variety Children's Hospit. .
it was announced this week I/
Mrs. George Lewis, president, at-i
Miss Ernestine Barber, membe -
ship chairman.
Named wore Miss Freda Got -
man. Mrs. Kathryn V Willian -,
and Mrs. Mildred H. Williams.
Women's Division is current /
planning its major hind rasii .'
event of the year, to aid the hi
pital's building fund, a gala he -
day ball on Dec. 19 at the Fo
tainebleau Hotel.
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. Houseguests al the home of
his parent-, the senior Sirkins,
Miriam and Milton, who just
couldn't get enough of two and
one-half-yeur-old grandson Bobbie
. Didn't even mind baby-sitting
chores while Ruth and Dick went
to Nassau for a weekend .
Yt wishing t<> lose even one
moment, er son Josb closi I
h Miami home and brought h*i
Carolyn and 15-month Caren to
swell the group staving at the
Miami Beach home of lii parents
... On Thanksgiving Eve, Mir-
iam ani Milton hosted B colrtail
p vi y f o r 80 at the DiLido
Hotel .
And on Thanksgiving, all si\
Sirkins gathered round the groan
ing hoard at the Ft. Lauderdalc
home of Ruth's parents. Fan and i
Oscar Sindell But. alas, sun
da] it w ill be bach to California
for the visitors Dick is assisl
ant circulation manager of The
S Matt o Times there
A week i!' New Orleans for the
J k Carmels, of Keystone Point,
the annual Aluminum Extruders
Council Jack is president of
American International A lumi-l
num ... I
Two-fold trip for Dr, and Mrs.1
Id Hi rnick, who have jusl
returned from a weekend in Ft.
Myers In a 'dition to renew-
cquaintance with former Em-
ory colleagues now residing in
the environs. Dr. Uen.uk ad-
dn ssed the Lee County Dental
Society .
Coral Gableites. the William I.
'.elds, home from a 13-day trip to
a and the Caribbean .
Returned on board the Riviera
b\i . Describe their vacation to
San Juan, St Croix. St. Thomas.
Curacao. Kingston and Nassau as
"peaceful, quiet and beautiful"
. Nevertheless. Miami finan-
cier Gold and wife sigh "there's
no place like home.'"
A two week cruise of the Carib-
bean for Dr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Rosen,!tal Left this week on
the Crave Line'.- SS Santa Paula
and will be back in Miami on the
17th .
F.llie Spech, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man's din Friday, has so many
rove
relatives to see in her home town
oi New York City, her two-week
visit there over the Thanksgiving
holiday was all too brief .
Nevertheless, she's happy to be
back in her adopte.l slate, espe ,
c ally with winter approaching
fast .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam I'crlmanj
host to 45 for Itinifi on opening
day at Tropical Park Turf Cib.
. Winter racing season on the [
Florida Gold Coast inaugurated,
on Thanks.i\ ing Day Perl |
man is publisher of the Morning |
Telegraph and Racing Form,
Seniors Honor JFK's Memory
Two hundred trees will be plant-
id in the Ncgev, a region in south
irn Israel ol partially reclaimed
lesert, in honor of the late Presi
lent John F. Kennedy.
.The trees were purchased by
residents ol the Blackstone Retire-
nent Hotel, who onlj a week prior
to Mr. Kennedy's assassination
Mi
gn i ted th" late President at
ami International Airport.
Blackstone owner-manager Mi
chael Sossin said the tree- wen
purchased through the Jewish Na
tional Fund Trees for Israel cam
paign. A u lure ol Mr Kenned}
also will be placed under perma-
nent limiting in one ol the hotel's!
lobbies.
Mrs. Jcck S. Popick (left' is honored a! a President's Reception
at the home of Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (center), president]
the Greater Miami Women's Division, American Friends j
the Hebrew University. Expressinq her appieriation is
Sarah Czech, who becam" a Woman ol the Society of
Boa's: during the ceremonies. Others who ''C
mitments in honor of Mrs. Popick were Mrs. Edyth Geiger
and Mrs. Max Weitz, according to Lillian Goodmar.
man of the Society of the Book.
Reform Judaism Seminar
What Reform Judaism Be-
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ay brunch seminar on "Re-
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Tobin Auditorium oi Hollywood
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Friday. December 6. 1963
Hadassah in Tribute to Slain President;| AT^^S"^
* Capt. Leo Gardener, of El Al Air
Lines, who will show and narrate
a film on Israel.
Miami Groups Also Fete Szold Birthday
Hadassah will establish as a
tr.oute to 'he late President -of
the United States, the J(t>n F.
Kennedy Memorial Building of the
Hadassah Hebrew University Med-
ical School in Israel.
Hadassah women here will also
: proaeh the season of Chanuka
\ th fuller meaning of freedom
. ~d bless the memory on the birth-
i y of Hadassah's founder. Hen-
rietta Szold.
'."he following group functions
\ 1 be held on Monday. Dee. 9.
Aviva Group, Mrs. Morris Her-
man, president, will meet at the
home of Mrs. A. Gilbert at noon.
Program will be a Chanuka musi-
cale presented by Mialoma Less-
ner.
e
Chai Group, Mrs. Maurice Sim
mons. president, will hold two
functions: Saturday evening. 8
p.m., at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Auditorium. 6th
Ave. and NE 167th St., a Chinese
auction and dinner; and on Monday
evening, regular meeting will be
Albert Einstein Group, Mrs.
Charles Both, president, will meet
at the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Auditorium. 6th Ave. and
NE 163rd St.. at 12:30 p.m. Pro-
gram will commemorate the birth-
day of Henrietta Szold with a spe-
cial candlelifliting ceremony hon-
oring all new members
ft C 0
Monorah Group, Mrs. Samuel
Steinberg, president, will conduct
a meeting beginning at 12:30 p.m.
at the Hillel House. Coral Gables.
Program will ho on Chanuka. and
traditional latka party will follow.
Mt. Scopus, Mrs. Louis Alexan-
der president, will highlight Ha -
dassah Medical Center. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Samuel Z.
SakraK past president. Florida
Begion of Hadassah. Mrs. G Lil
lian group Medical Center chair
man. will narrate "The House Ha-
dassah Built." Meeting at Beth
David Synagogue is called for
noon.
*
Naomi Group, Mrs A r I h U r
Grossman, president, will meet at
Taystee Inn. 7500 SW 8th St.. at
830 p.m. Guest "ill be Rabbi
Hershel Brooks, of Temple Zamora.
who will review "Some ut M> Besl
Friends "
-
Tikvah Group, Mrs E. Silver
stone, president, will meet Thurs-
day evening, Dec 12. al South Mi
imi Federal, Sunsel Dr and S
Dixie 11 v y I'uppet show and spe
ci.il Chanuka candlelighting cere
will hi presented
Tcrah Group. Mrs Sidne) Lan
forly-Niners Char.uka Fete
F( > Ninei- ol 'rein:1'
El are plai
\\i esda> 7 30 p m
H Special musical program will
be pn senteo b> Cantor Hirsh VI-
! Ben Yomen n usic dii
ot the Temnle
ger, president, will feature a mer-
chandise bazaar hobbv show and
luncheon at Pythian Hall. 4601 W.
Flagler St M
TETLEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes. there'i Yoni To* spirit is)
(hit 6ne tea.. ."favor crushed'
for fullest ttrength and stimu-
Ut ion ... richer iiste and plra>
re with your flnshigs and
nichigs sod betwers saeaJ
refreshment...
Certified Kosher
' ttrwt Rabbinical SuixrvUtom
Games Night' Held Here
Games Night" was sponsor-
In Men's Club of Temple Tif-
>th Jacob on Saturday beginning
8:30 p.m. On Sunday, the Tern
Sisterhood had an Italian
nner, second in a series of inter-
tional dinners, at 6 p.m. at the
i tuple.
Plans for the Temple Emanu-ElIsrael Chanuka Festival Din-
ner which will take place Tuesday evening, the first night
of Chanuka, ate discussed at a planning session of the
executive women's committee for the event, scheduled at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Lip-
ton, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman. Not shown are Mrs. Samuel Lipton, women's
chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, president of the Sisterhood. The gala event will be
Temple Emanu-El's first Chanuka Festival Dinner.
Have pot rca~'. Ka s \? end gravy fon/'g'..'.'
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And We Hereby State And Testify That The Meat And Poultry Are Under Constant Inspection, Making It Fit For the
According To The Mosaic Law. We Further State That All Kosher Meat And Poultry Are In Proper Condition In
Legal Procedure, Suited For Use, Permitted To Be Eaten In Accordance With Th* Pit...I d
w.m me Kitual Requirements. WE ARE
COMPETENT TO GIVE THIS TESTIMONY ACCORDING TO THE HEBREW JURISPRUDENCE
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever. Director


Friday. December 6. 1963
Women's Group
Plans Confab
f Excan e Committc of the Fed'
eration ol Jewish Women met this
Meek to -rmulate plans (or a .Ian.
16 Educ; lonal Conference, it way
announced by Mrs. Charles P
Fcinberj: who will serve as chair-
man of ;*".e day.
Mr*. 4nna Rrenner Meyers,
president of the Federation of
Jewi-h '' men. revealed that lead
era and members ol all Jewish
women'- rtanizaiions in the com
niiimty .t Hve been invited to par-
ticipate.
Federation Of Jewish Women
carries o l .< year-roved program
on lull. of the Greater Miami
Jewill deration ard Combined
.lew >h ppeal
Mrs S Goldstein will serve si
i ha F pi in fur the con
[erence Imong men who have
, .nted Important responsibilit)
M ire Mi Larrj
m edland. i hairman of ...
Mrs M e y e r Eggnatz
I Itei i Miss Lil
G man chairman, lele
Schwartz
nteers
Concert to Honor
Schochter Here
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WEDH : M in Yiddish hour .
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Beach Afternoon ORT
Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter
Women's V: ORT will
I it>. regula < heoi m< e
at tl 1 H it 11:30 a.m.,
Wednesday Mr- Earl Ferron,
Cheirman, is planning a
( hamika celebration and card
|
Hootenanny Set Sunday
A Hootenarny, with Bill Teague,
will be the second presentation of
the Sundaj Celebrltj Series on
Sunday. 2:80 p.m.. at the Miami
YMIIA Auditorium, -150 SW 16th
BVC The program, geared to chil-
dren from fi to 12. will include aud-
ience atng-vterg. Teague is cur-
rently seen on the Carousel show
on ch id.
Fontainebleau
Fetes Club Here
A welcome in the form ol a cock-
tail party an.I dance to the Regen
c\ Club o( M,ami Beach was ex
ten ed bj Ben Novack, president
of Hotel Fontainebleau, in the
Boom Boom Room of the Hotel on
Saturda) afternoon
Prior to the cocktail party, the
200 members and their friends
toured I Cal i Club ol the
hotel in< ludinj t ii.- main pool

skating rii tl". indi or pool
ird
i om
Jack h Main Is prx I :
lh dub, an i xclusive or
[ ui.mai
'in.,
I >.
Regency Club members have
mad? arrangements for eabams
at the Fontainebleau, and Main
revealed that, "becaus- o? Mr.
Nov.ick'i interest in furthering
the aims of this h'ob ec'^'on
group a meeting rcom has been
rUced al the club's disposal, to
be used monthly at Feniaii e-
bleau.
i lull, u Inch h as foundi
1939 u ith seven men .> id > ighl
imen, holds two functi< ns p .
n lading dances cot l tail
pat ties on membei > achts and
itati bowling, golfing, ici skat
ing, barbecues and -wan p.ntie-
All of these activities have now
been transferred to the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, where facilities are
on the premises and free to guesU.
Once i member marries he then
becomes an alumnus
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Rabbinic Leader
To be Speaker
li.ihln Leon I. Feuer, of Colling-
wood Avenue Temple, Toledo. O..
president of the Central conference
of American Rabbis, will be trie,
featured speaker at the winter
meeting of the South Florida Fed
eration of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
The meeting will he held on Sun-
day evening at Temple Beth sho-
lom, at 8:11 p.m. Members of con-
en 'gallons affiliated with the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and their guests are
invited
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Dr. Wolf sot fo Lecture
'"The Art of Being Happy" will
be the topic of a lecture by Dr.
Abr.fiam Wolfson on Thursday
morning. 10:30 a.m., before the
Spinoza a'orum in Washington Fed
era I Auditorium, 1234 Washington
Am A musical interlude will pre
cede I he lecture.
Psycologist Will Speak
Or. Robert Slonim, psychologist
and representative for the Florida
Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheu-
'-'! Fond at ion, will discuss and
answer questions about both afflic-
tions on i ues la; ii p.m., at the
I I. l'i n i/ School.
Gables ORT
Reception Slated
Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro will host
a luncheon for Coral Gables Chap
ler, Women's American ORT. at
her home, 6.340 Riviera dr.
Called for noon on Monday.
guests will be paid-up members of
the group and prospective new
member-
Mrs. Henry Balaban will offer a
group of song select inns with pi
ano accompaniment by Bert Duck
man
Golden Agers
In Chanuka Fete
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Miami Y.MHA will be host
to the visiting Senior Citizens Club
of the Norfolk, Va Jewish Com-
munity Center at its annual Cha-
nuka party on Sunday. 7:30 p.m.,
at the Miami "Y" Auditorium.
450 SW 16th eve.
Highlighting the evening- pro-
gram will be a presentation by the
Golden Age Friendship Club's
choral group under the direetiou
of Herman Marchbein.
A number of other programs
have also been planned by this
group for December On Tuesday.
Dec. 17. at 1:30 p.m.. the group
will visit the Jewish Home for the
Aged to view the new facilities, as
well as to visit former members of
the club
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SHOPPING AROUND
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Mild Vel Liquid
The Chanuka holidays, with all
e festive entertaining, are sure
create a great deal of activity
Jewish kitchens around the
.irld. All this activity will lead
a heap ot pots, pans and dishes
.it must he cleaned.
Vel liquid from Colgate-Palm-
ve is the best bet to do this
lore for many reasons. Vel cuts
eese last and -hortens the time
hi have tc spend at the sink.
el is certified Kosher and I'arve,
you can use it for both meat
,d dairy dishes. Also important.
,1 is mild on the hands, so your
; testa will never be able to tell
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JM Concert Sets
Jan Peerce Here
The University of Miami Sym-
lony Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky
inducting, will present the 499th
id 500th concert since the or-
^estra's founding in 1J26 on Dec.
and 9.
The programs, third in the cur-
I nt scries ol nine pair of sub-
.ription concerts, will feature
m Peerce internationally-known
nor of the Metropolitan Opera
mipany. The concerts are siv-
- n at Miami Beach and Dade
mnty Auditorium.
A highlight of the program will
I Dr. Sevitzky'. new symphonic
em arrangement <>t the Deems
i> l r opera, "Peter [bbetson," a
irk first performed in 1931 at
- e Metropolitan Opera.
The orchestra will cpen the
rogram with ths overture to
.'erdi's "La Forie del Destino"
and will follow with Wagner's
Symphony in C Major. Richard
Strauss' waltres from "Der Ros-
nkavalier" are also program-
med.
that your hands were deep in
dishwater all day.
For your dishwashing machine.
try Vel-o -Matic. It washes every-
thing party-clean, and even glass-
ware needs no extra polishing.
To get your house ready tor the
holidays, you can rely on Ajax
Powder with instant chlorine
blea>h to help get those tough
cleaning jobs done. All of these
products come from the Colgate-
Palmolive Company, a name you
know you can trust
Switzerland Swiss
Often imitated but never dupli-
cated is Switzerland Swiss cheese.
There are many Swiss cheeses on
the market, but if you know qual-
ity then you surely know that
nothing equals the true flavor and
taste of Swiss cheese from Switz-
erland.
A product of centuries of era ft -
manship and the most strict qual-
iy controls. Switzerland Swiss Is
LM percent natural. It contains
no chemicals) or food colors.
II you have special company
coming for chanuka your evening
.'ill get off to a line start if you
tom ih-P (..tfmvint: SWi*<- Din-
Swiss Dip
Add Switzerland Swiss cheese,
finely grated, lo scur cream. Add
finely chopped olives, onions, and
pimento. Salt an: pepper to taste,
dust with paprika. Serve with
(lackers and melba toast.
Remember that when it conies
'.o Swiss cheese, anybody can make
Ihe hole-. I.ul only the Swiss make
the flavor.
Ttl'.ey Tea
One of the most satisfying things
about a traditional Jewish holi-
< av like Chanuka is the knowledge
that you are sharing this holiday-
not only with all Jewish people
a'end *he orld. but with many
generations that have gone before.
When you enjoy a cup of hearty
Tetley Tea, you are sharing a
pleasure that also has been en-
by generations of Jewish
families. That is one of the many
reasons why Jewish housewives
have made lciley the leading lea
in Jewhh hi mes.
Tetlej Tea has an aroma and
Havor tin! could onlj come from
its exclusive blind of tiny tea
leaves choice tea leaves that are
picked at the hetghl of perfection.
This i hanuka add t" the warm
glow of the menorah lights by
serving your family and friends
Tetley Tea.
Button!
During the UM*>uka holidays
homemaken will have to put a
good deal id' time and effort ul
planning and serving large tanv|
ilj do ners. Therefore it should
he a meat relief lor tho-e home-
makers to know that Buitoni cm
help them make these meals
asier and more delicious
For example, there are very
few traditional Jewish dishes that
can't be enhanced by a steaming
I platter of Buitoni Egg Noodles
For quick dinners for dad or
' fast lunches for the children, boil
a box of Buitoni Spajlu'ti or
elbow macaroni, and top it with
piping hot Buitoni Marmara
Sauce. Buitoni's Marmara Sauce
i> just the right blerd ol MSty
and tangy spices and herbs It
Friday. December 6, 1963
is ihe perfect change-of pa.6
sauce that goes equally well WttB
ush or meat
Buitoni Marinara Sauce, like all
the fine Buitoni spaghetti, mac-
,,,, ;,,i noodle pro ucts, i- cer-
lified kosher and parve.
Ytban Coffee
Almost every housewife krou-
,.. words to the prayer taid during
the lighting of the Chanuka can-
dles Hearing them pronounced
year after year is truly one of Uie
traditional pleasures
Now some modern word- have
(he power to conjure up lcelings
lot traditional pleasures. The words
are 'deep, dark and delicious.
and the pleasure i- Yuban Coffee,
the world's richest coffee.
The key to Yuban's richer flavor
i- ihe addition ol rare, aged coftec
henns in the Yuban blend. Natu-
rally you pay a little more for this
premium coffee, but the rewards
are worth the slight difference.
Yuban Coffee can be enjoyed in
the new "no key" cans or as In-
stant Yuban in a variety of jar
sizes, ard these fine products are
certified kosher and parve.
Serve your family and guests the
one coffee 'hat makes any meal a
"simclia" mealYuban.
Mr. Peerce will appear in both
ctions ol the program. In the
1st part, he will be heard in
andel's Say to Irene, from "Ata-
nta" and Wagner's Prize Song
am "Die Heistersinger Pol-
Wing the intermission, he will
:ig arias Ouando le sere al Placi-
>, from Verdie's "Luisa Miller."
it tu sc ledele. from Ver. i
The Masked Ball." and Rachel,
and du Seigneur, from Halevy's
La Juive."
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Friday. December 6, 1963
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RESERVE NOW!
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+Jewlsiifk>rl WOMAN OF THE WEEK rh^,OT a small town just outvie
Helene Lotterman grew up m Chos >' "j rourams. and
of Philadelphia. Shei f ln _J If family moved to
did the cheerleader bit ;***,Jac put the thought ol college
Miami, where she met Ted. The JJPJ^ and worked at tno
right ^,< Miami A.r Depot. ShtthMIorthS ca and other far away places
s,s and sendmg supply to North Africa^ ^ ^ ^ ^
she found out how important to the war ef-
fort the work in her department really vvas.
She got married while Ted was a cadet m
the Air Force. ...
After he received his wings as a pilot
on a B-17. she went with him to Alabama. In
d.ana. Utah. Oklahoma. North F oncla and
Michigan. It was a different kind ol living
during the war years, adjusting to strange
places and strange people. Friendships were
made, however, that have lasted through tht
years Then came a time and place to
I which she couldn't go with Tod. He war-
based in England, flying over Germany with
the 8th Air Force.
When Ted came home, they started a fam-
HftfNf jiy Mark is now 16 and Larry 13. As most
voung mothers, Helene became a PTA Koom Mother. Den Mother
and waT active in Temple Judea PTA. She has always supported
Hadassah as well as many other organizations, belonging to them
," she couldn't be active. Helene'. deep love for her M^*""
sick for a short time, is tied in with her hospital work. She went to
the first Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary tea and has been active ever
since. She is presently serving her first year as president of the
Auxiliary.
The bovs play an active part in the Lotterman family life. They
enjoy doing countless things together, and the pool at their home is
used often The baby of the family is the eight-year-old Schnauzer.
A vear ago, Helene started taking painting lessons, and she parti-
eufarv likes oils. She has painted several pictures and had them
framed She likes them so much herself that she keeps them air A
good cook, she enjoys baking and excels at making fancy hers
doeuvores.
Travel is an important part of the Lotterman life. They like
the Islands. an.d have been to Spain. France and Switzerland. Helene
confesses that Exodus" awakened her interest in Israel, and she
is anxiously awaiting the day she can see the Israel she s read and
heard so much about. But her work at Cedars takes priority now.
June Rites
For Miss Knopf
And David Dernis
II will be a June wedding Eoi
Miss Pamela Knopf an:l David
Lawrence Dernis, whose engage-
ment is announced b) the future
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Knopf of Buffalo.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Der-
nis, 650 86th St.
Both graduating from the Uni-
versity of Miami in August, the
bride-elects degree will be in ele-
mentary education. She is a mem-
ber of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority.
Her fiance is an art major.
Wedding is planned for June 7.
1964.
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The Mona Lisa Room of the
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nuptials uniting the former Caro-
lyn Sue Weinkle and Merrill Ira
Lamb on Sunday. Dec. 1, with
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro offici-
ating.
For the evening ceremony, the
bride chose a white satin sheath
gown under a cathedral train with
beading on the train and sheath,
and carried lily-oithe valley and
orchids.
Attendants included Linda Lee
Weinkle. the bride's sister, Judy
Rosen, Norma Wolfberg. Penny
Lamb. Sandy Schwartz, Mrs. Mer-
rille Wynne and Mrs. Steve Tend-
rich. bridesmaids. Serving as jun-
ior bridesmaids were Cathy Kline
and Jill Kline, with Julie Pred as
flower girl.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Stephen Swid, with Ira Markoff,
Richard Weinkle. Jerry Pines,
Marvin Friedman, Alvin Simon,
ushers; the bride's brothers. Louis
and Stephen Weinkle. junior ush-
ers; and Jeffrey Cohen, ring
bearer.
IIle new Mrs. Lamb is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H.
Weinkle, of Miami. Her husband's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Lamb, of the Bronx. N. Y.
Both graduates of Syracuse Uni
varsity, the bride is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Now at-
Courshons Tell
Barbara's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Cour-
shon, 1620 Daytonia Rd.. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
if their daughter, Barbara Jo, to
Michael Allen Mills, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Mills. 1650 Day-
tonia Rd.
Both Miss Courshon and Mr.
Mills are graduates of Miami Beach
Senior High School. Miss Cour
shon is attending the University
of Florida.
Mr. Mills will graduate in June
from the University of Miami,
where he plans to enter law school
in the fall.
No date has been sel tor the
wedding.
Mrs. Perry Set
In Rumor Clinic
Mrs. Morton Perry will be fea-
tured in a "Rumor Clinic" pro-
gram including film and guest par-
ticipation for Bay Chapter. Woni
ens American ORT. Tuesday noon
in the Cabaret Koom of Tony's
Fish Market on the 79th st. Cause
way.
On Thursday, Dec 12. at 10:30
a.m., the chapter will hold an ori-
entation coffee for new members
at the home of A. Leven. 1630 Bay
dr. Film. The Mellah." will be
shown.
Mrs. Stanley Phillips is presi-
dent.
tending the University of Miami
Law School, Mr. Lamb s fraternity
is Alpha Kpsilon PI
Following the reception for the
newlyweds a formal dinner par*
5 held .n the Kden Roc's l ate
Pompeii
Honorecl guests included the
bride-, grandparents Mrs. sol
Weinkle. Mr>. Jcmy 8eh*
Sam Schwartz, and her broth r
Louis, who observed his; Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, Nov. 80, at Beth
David
On Vielr return from a honey-
moon in Mexico, the com* U1
live at 3417 SW 17th Ave.
1BIRTHDAZt :
i-nst daughter, Sylvia KreU,
born Nov. 12 to Jane and D. Larry
Sherman, ol 2280 Keystone Blvd.
She Joins her brother, two and one-
half vear..Id David Fisher Three
sets of great-grandparents for the
children include Mr. and Mrs. Max
Krell. of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Swito, Louisville; mil Mr.
and Mrs. William Fisher, locali
ties Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Fred Sherman, of Detroit,
and Mr. and Mrs Max Fisher,
here from Detroit for le happ>
event.
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THE Mesivta of Greater Miami
lit Id its third annual scholar
ship dinner Sunday evening at
the Waldman Hotel Rabbi Isaac
~,ult was guest speaker at the
ilmner \\huh honored Leo Robin
.mi Fit the oeca>ion. Mrs Rob
son wore a black eyelette
.heath over illusion with a deep
\ squared neckline.
Mrs Hyman Galbut, whose
sband WM chairman of the
nil chii>e i sleeveless black
Ittl Her cowled i-oll.ir
. rded with jet tear rop
ta Mrs i ii Metlman also
, black -ilk sheath. Her
lured a deep V-ahaped
: white ribbon laee over
die, Lemon yellow was
r worn b) Mrs Solomon
s, in!i A matching cashmere
eaded with white cav
s and pearls topped her
T ireptofeK silk created the the-
Ire nemhl* which was worn
I Mr- Hyman Gross. Urs Sam
Ersoffl ensemble combined
cranberry red silk Jumper with
turtle-necked, three quarter
-le eve pink chilfon blouse. A cir-
lUlar print of green, white and
harcoaJ silk was Mrs. M David
Blwitfs choice for the evening

MRS. Harry Lerner's red silk
cK::on sheath ha fc-acl pattern traced in gold and
ihiighted with gold sequins
eratd preen silk was wom b)
I-- Sherwin Stauhcr. Mrs. Alex
/ wore a black beau de
nsemble ieaturins a white
fur-trimmed cape. Her silver
streaked bodice had black jet
beading at the waistline. Royal
blue and gold brocade was tiie
fabric m Mrs. Louis Rottman's
sheali and matching titled jac-
ket. Black cashmere and silver
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flame were woven together in
the sheath worn by Miss Beverly
Keusch.
President of the Mesivta worn
en. Mrs Iiwm Makovsky. wore
a soft rose alencon lace sheath
with an illusion neckline Sap
phi re blue and silver lurex was
chosen by Mrs. oiga Putt; Her
sheath had a slashed bateau
neckline. Tea-rose lace with a
bouffant skirt was worn by Mrs.
Philip Jacuby Mrs. Max Stem
stem's black lace was topped
with a black velvet evening coat.
Black silk crepe win a chantilly
lace bodice was selected by Mrs.
Sarah Czech
Mr- Rose Kratish's black silk
was embroidered with magenta-
colored roses on the bracelet
length sleeves and full skirt A
white silk crepe sheath was the
choice of Mrs. Adolph Kratish.
Her scooped neck bodice was em-
broidered with satin-lined bugle
Weissman, Shein
Thanksgiving Rite
At Beth Sholom
Lynda Kaj Shein and Gerald
(Veissman exchanged marriage
vows on Thanksgiving evening,
\n\ 2H Pink and white floral de-
er at Temple Beth Sholom. Ml
ami Beach, provided the setting
tor the canolclii'it. double ring
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Leon Kronish
Parents Of the newly weds are
Mr. and Mrs Man ice Shein, 8oi
\\ 40th St and Mr and Mrs. Ber-
nard Weissman, 640 85th St.
Given m marriage by her father.
the bud. -elected a floor-length
wedding gown Of imported skin-
ners satin, designed with a molded
bodiee enhanced with tiny seed
pearls. Swiss crystals and chenille
embroidery. It featured a rounded
neckline and long point-on-hand
sleeves
The skirt, with back terminat-
ing in a chapel train, was styled
with an overlap front panel and a
self fringed sash exquisitely em
broidered wiWl pearls and crystals.
A pillbox of imported satin
sprinkled with tiny seed pearls
held Hers 01 imported French illu-
sion, and she carried white or-
chids on her confirmation Bible.
Attendants serving the couple
were Randee Weissman. Mrs. Barry
Shein. maid and matron of honor.
and Barbara Zuckerman, brides-
maid, besl man was Alan Slewitl
Ban-) Shein and Michael Parnass
ushi -
N'ewlywed Mrs, Weissman, who
will graduate from the University
ol Miami in January, is an alumna
ol Miami Beach High and attended
i state universitj Her husband
graduate ol Florida Southern
College in Lakeland
. ption and formal dinner -it
, ie Barcelona Hotel followed the
j \ftcr a honeymoon trip
to Nassau the couple will live at
..,s. \i; i67th st
beads and seed pearls. Mohair
and wool were combined in Mrs.
Martin Genet's blue spiced two-
piece ensemble. The unpressed
pleated skirt was controlled .into
a modified bell silhjft-tte. and
the bracelet-length |Jeeve> ol
her overblouse were ejiftort in a
imtldlliltT coTored satlff
ANTIQUE white silk was the
^ fabric in Mrs. Sylvia Zemel's
dinner suit. Her casual fitting
jacket was softly tailored. Mrs.
Samuel Reirhard wore a black
and white floral silk print with
a sweetheart neckline. Mrs Harry
Rosenberg's black silk crepe
sheath floor-length gown was
topped with a black lace knit
overblouse sparkling with black
poillettes and trimmed with
ranch mink on the three-quarter
length sleeves.
Mrs. Louis Pollack, whose hus-
band was chairman of the ar-
rangements committee, chose a
red satin coat-dress, featuring a
semi belted black and small scjlf-
1 fabric covered buttons down the
front- An emerald" green brocade
was the choice of Mrs "Paul (l
but. Mrs Leonard Zilbert's black
brocade two piece ensemble fea-
tured a white mink collar.
A black embossed silk with a
high neckline in front which
dipped to a decollete line in back
was worn by Mrs. Barry Menin.
Mrs. Soph e Schecter's silk com-
bined a yellow floral print on
gold. Miss Haya Weinberg's en-
semble was from Paris. Her long-
sleeved black wool sheath was
under a sleeveless white mohair
tunic. The tunic had deep patch
pockets over the hips.
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obert Friedman Dean Perlmufter Barry Fleicher Jeffrey Katz
Dean Perlmutfer
,ar MiUvah ol Dean, son of Mr.
.1 Mrs. Nathan I'erlniutter, will
celebrated on Saturday morn-
.. Dec. ". at TVmple Kmanu-El
Irving Ulirman win officiate
\ student in the eighth grade Bl
utilus Junior Hurt Dean is in-
ested in Journalism, stamp col
tinu. fishing and sports ol all
. he Cell Irani will be honored at
reception on Saturdaj al the
uville H< tel.
Terry Chaney
Terry Lynn, daughter ol Mr, and
S, Stanley Chaney. will he Bas
tzvah on Saturday morning, Dec
" during services conducted by
..hhi Daniel M Lowrj al Temple
- lai.
An eighth grade student at Nor
-,d Junior High, the celebrant
Norton Tire Co.
Has Anniversary
Norton Tire Company, one of the
.ion's largest dealer- in B. F.
.odrich tires, will celebrate its
C.-.h anniversary this week.
resident Norton Pallot an-
.meed that the event will be the
asion for a mammoth sale and
. nstructio-i of a new branch at
'. Ji s. Dixie llwy. to serve the
ndall South Miami Dadeland
has been a student of the Temple's
Religious School for two years.
Robert Liberman
Saturday morning services, Dec.
7. ,u Tcmpli Zion will include the
Bar Mitzvah ol Robert Jay Liber
man. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
"it.i iating.
Robert is a seventh grade -lu
dent at West Miami Junior High
and plans in continue his studio
in the Temple's confirmation class.
Mr. aid .Mrs. Haskell Liberman
will host the line- Shabbal on Fri-
da) evening and the Kiddush on
Saturday in their son's honor
Celebrant i< the grandson <>i Mr
and Mrs. Charles Col. berg and
Mrs I". iel Liberman.
Robert Lithman
Beth Moshe Congregation will be
the sile of '.he Bar Mitzvah observ-
ance of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Max Lithman. on Saturday morn-
ing. Dec. 7. during services con-
ducted by Rabbi Simon April
Robert is a student of the con-
gregation's Hebrew School and
attends North Miami Junior High,
where he plays trumpet in the or-i
< hestra.
The celebrant will be honored at
the Onen Shabbat on Friday eve
ning, at the Kiddu li following the
ceremony, and al a family dinner
Saturdaj evening in the Balmoral
Hotel.
Barry Fleisher
Dr. Irving Lehman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Barry
Fleisher and also present him with
the Ner 11 oid Religious Award
ii.l. srvices at Temple Emanu-
Bl on Saturuaj morning. Dec. 7
Barry is .;:i eighth grade -indent
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High.
M here he is on the volley ball team
and a drummer in the advanced
rand. In Knimaini-KI's Boy Scout
Troop 65. he is a first class -cout
and a patrol leader. He- is also in-
terested in little league baseball,
tishing and rock collections.
Barents oi I ,e celebrant are Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Fleisher. C.rat-
grandmother is Mr.s. Frances Lie-
derbach. Following: the services,
he will be honored at a reception
to be held at the Delano Hotel.
Robert Friedman
Robert Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs
William Friedman. 7723 Harding
Ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah
during services on Saturday morn
ing, Dec. 7. at Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute. Dr. Isaac Hush
Ever will be officiating rabbi
An eighth grade -indent at Nau-
tilus Junior High, Kobrt plan.- to
continue hi- religious education at
Agudath Israel Synagogue, Active
in baseball, football and b
ball, the ceU-branl plans to IMJOr
in journalism.
Born in Cl larleston, W Va., the
Bar Mitzvah received his earlj
education '' ere ai .1 w< n several
scholarships from Hebrew and
Sunday school. His great-grand
lather was founder o| r.'nai Jacob
Synagogue in Charleston, and his
granutainer, Samuel S. Shor, was
active in many philanthropic insti-
tutions and organizations.
Following the services. Robert
will be honored al a reception.
Alan Rosenthal
On Saturday morning. Dec. 7. at
Temple .ludea. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Alan Rosenthal.
An eigh'fi grade student at
South Miami Junior High. Alan
plans to continue his religious
studies. A sport enthusiast, he has
won awards jn baseball at the
South Miami Recreation Park.
Friday. December 6, 1963
SnnofM.'. andMrs Ku.eneRos-
.,,,, 5750 s\\ 57UI 1<< "- Wl
SSA ^ honored at.the O**
"habbal on Fridaj evening and a.
,;;,' K,d.u-h following -I- cere-
on Saturday.
Jeffrey Kati
,;.. Mitzvah of Jeffrej Ahw
Kati wi" '"' celebrated on Satur-
day morning. Dec 7. at Beth Israel
congregation, with Rabbi H Louis
Rottman officiating.
An honor roll student. .H'ffrey
ls in th.' eighth grade at Naul.lus
Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz will
honor their son at the Ki=du>h fol-
lowing Hie eereroonj and at a
home reception on Saturday.
The celebranl .s the grandson ol
David Katz. Miami Beach, and Mr.
and Mrs, William Simon. New-
York City, all of whom will '
here f"'" ""' occasion,
We're reserving
the in your name
in Tel Aviv
Also five thousand years of Holy
Land history. Plus all the pleas-
ures of Tel Aviv, one of the
world's most exciting cities. Not
to mention the fine restaurants,
swimming pool, superb service,
and smart shops of the ele-
gant air-conditioned Sheraton-
Tel Aviv Hotel overlooking the
Mediterranean.
For Insured Reservations, just
see your favorite Travel Agent,
or call this Sheraton number:
3770275
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in modern private-room Pullmans and latest-type
center lounge coaches reclining seats reserved m
advance Ample lounges for all, including tavern
observation car; Pullman-travel SUN LOUNGE.
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food at reasonable prices, gracious service.
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Service Agent.
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Season's Greetings
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To Our Many Friends and Patrons
CHANUKA GREETINGS
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Broward County Free Phone
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iop Carroll
[l Report
Ecumenical
keporl ; '"'
Jewish ('""i
I Ecumenical Coun
| h relations wlU
I Most Reverend
| n. 1)1). Bishop
P. .. DopontPlm
|n Mi i evening. Dec. ic
I announced by
1 ihe American
. and the Greater
it i ,|, ration, co ipon-
| ..in
lenth lr'"n li"""'
resent bis ob-
Ln- "'"'">' "P"r,i"1'
,t thr Council
includnl the proclamation
i ople. The Counci
Jfnt ,i ii d that the events
in particular, its
nt ,,, ifixion, cannot
- lain, hatred, or
fution i; the Jews.
f Lefcourt, president of
SrNter Miami Jewish Fed-
n, *nd David B. Flemn,
_*nt of the Greater Miami
|tr of 'he American Jewish
nittee. announced the plans
lishop Carroll's report to
Jewish community.
L ii ni the program will
| shop Carroll's
David Dai
j .... iatc director of the
i mm it tee Col
|n h ni Moderate a
following the
| will bo pre
. consisting of Al-
I Broad. Lot
1 Dr Penti Scheinberg
I : man (<>r the o\ a
|. mi- Milton Margulis, and
r angements is III i
Dub;
I' one out tO I
| leaders of Fed
\ ish community and
j American Jew
lomm:"
Blue Star Camps
Eye '64 Season
Blue Si.ur
le, \ C will
' i ml eek
27 with the
p L< id
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L'.iitcd \
I la ror the
; 'l, by
".i Harrj Popk
i founders and co-
I I six : ... I i amp-
mis foi i boys
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jf #* fkridtoftfi
olicits yur legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR :1-I605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
nil ii.. i i,. i.. iiii .i
in \. i i lien .i i -
ow n staff and I u ilities are de-
-i-i i : immed espec- < Ri\< raid
iallj foi the different age and
gra c nn up, beginning at -even
or afti i .1 mpli ting the first
le, and continuing through 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TIOUS NAME LAW
\ U'K I!" HEREBY C.1VKN I
H,. ml. i i 'Irlni i" i'-"
l Stanli >......I ii n. >< _,,,, .. unili '' '
Mi mill Mr* liairj Miif*on attend- vMKltl<".\X TUIM SHOP ni I'' '
N \\ Jmi AVi
hrni mi Sol;
Ion Iirothei -. Jhi k
Miami, Florida
RABBI ISAAC IV IK
irkling Week
Biscayne Oval
1*1 to The Jewish Flondun)
lirkl holiday week's ahead
i racing fans with
(featun. ai Biscayne Kennel
led Irish American
uonsh'p climaxes Dee. 21
per ll ree distances, it fol-
| I All Florida Cham
} similar S2.i.ooo-plus
' four home In the
t i' .hi Emerald [ale
the international
eliminations for
I i Derby are slate !
I
Rabbi Ever Opens
Lecture Series
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever has in-
augurated a series of N iddish lee
tures based on "The p I the
Week at tgudath Israel Hebrew
Institute.
Scheduled for one Saturday a
month from 3:15 to 5:15 p.m., the
series is opt n to i le public
The lecture on Dee 7 will he on
the 54th nn iual convi Ihi
Religious Zionists of America
reci ntly in New ^ i k liich Rab
bi K\ i r "n le
Orthodox Yaad
Adds to Roster
Wnabingt n Vvei ue Food e'en
ter. io.m Washington Ive and the
new Washington Food Center. 7446
Collins Ave are now un ler the
supervision of the Orthodox Vaad
Hakashruth of Florida, according
to Dr laaac Ever, director ol the
Vaad a n d spiritual leader Of
Agudtta Israel Hebrew Institute.
"The Vaad fully testifies and
certifies that meat and poultrj at
the two f<>d center- are strictly
kosher in accordance with Diet-
ar\ Laws." Rabbi Ever said.
The OrUndos Vaad was charter-
e I in Florida in November. 1957,
and has made great progress by
adding to 'he ro-ter of kosher ea-
tahli.-hmcnt- under its -upervi
-ion.'' according to Rabbi Ever
Kaufman's Delicatessen
Kaufman- Kosher Delicatessen
and Restaurant, 880 o:h St Miami
Beach feati res large and tastj
sandwiches in modern, air-condl
Honed premises according to the
operati n of thi ri >ta
for seniors in high school who LEEDS' Jhh* i n.....>rmeri< iii j,.'- i iari,i wild i v11ii
.,,.., ,.i, .i i < ., .. Miami, i*u 11. ". ii ,-. i, Hi, I'lr. ill Court ''
arc eligible for the counselor- u.,-i, ,,..
trainee program vice* win in Friday, i..... i.m., m >si:i.i. ii kain
New features for the 1964 sea-
son, as announced by the found-
ers and directors, include con-
struction of a new seven-acre
lake, dining hall and kitchen on
the 200-acres acquired several
years ago as part of the 450 acre
private estate.
.ii Tempi. I ..I Heel I II ai
laml Mi i .ii k Ni w nun 1 nn
i-ral Home i- In i-hnrgi f loeal ar-
,, _.,
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTICE IS HEREBY I1IVBN "
Hi.
i.ii- m '"
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CORK> NICKELS
LEGAL NOTICE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C13003
lil.KNX M 11 INNER,
IVc plan in use the new facil-
ity and area," the Popkin broth- jniv iiinsku,
en explained, 'to continue to give Notice"by publication
individual attention and service to ti ifio iiin.nkr
and "i order to decen- ,|:- :' '" ""' '
, > .. i in- h.'. I.- ii..|ip,.l lli.tl .i (. ii, -
tralize our i rogrammuig as well ha*
as to improve certain features i yu ebj re-
which we emphasize waterfront, : ..:;;. .' .
tripping and campcraft, nature >. i.kstkii ttcx;Kits, whom ad-
and conservation, and I.u,.
Judaism Vni lie, nl Hi- I'lurk ..'
... ... r .i ( .u Ihf l:i- v. ti M Jitdle'al Circuit In and
mother innovation for the forth- ,,, ,, ,.,, ,.,. ,....
coming season will he the divi-ion rtai nt Jannnrv. i*sl. i-
We.. Miami K Inti nd I
- u.i mi in. nli tin i the >
r 11 Klurldi
.,i:. >|< IK Kill n i:v
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I*' "IRCUIT COURT OF Tl- I
I ,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUI
6r -IDA N AND FOR DADE
C IV. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C12846
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of the Pioneer Camp, hoys and ^-"U..^,;^t,***'
[iris, from the second through the
sixth grades, into two separate
group-, boys and girl.-, thus estab-
lishing a Pioneer Camp for Girls
BI i .i PJOIH er lamp lor Boys.
each with it- own camo leaders.
Details for all program- for 1964
may be obtained by writing to
Blue star's winter address, uoo
Crescent Ave N E Atlanta. Ga.
30309.
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Hh .1 Mill i l-'l.i'i.ln
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE under
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi iTICK IS IIKRKHV (J|\ i:\ Ihnl
. in .| ,1. -ir ir- > emraifi'
in.-- under ill-- flctitlouji nmi.-
..r i'Xivkusitv I'M: Hori:
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Mia nn. I l"! Ida, Intend I
raid n line uli Ihe Plerh nt th<
l"i-i'lil (nurt "f I':i'l. 1'i'ilnlv. l-'l"ll'l:i
Tin MA- I lir.AN'I'VS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iRONOVITSS, BII.VBR .v HCHKII
COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN- \ f..r V i -i .li.-.. n t
TY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE M", Mnnt.-l I
No. 5747t-B Mian i .-' K i
;-. RE I IS ,;- 13. -"- Si
VRTIH'K I. MK'KliKII SH -----
|,. NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
APPLICATION FOR OSTRIBUTION XOTH'K IS HKKRRY OIVEX Dial
AND FNAL DISCHARGE .n.l. i -lu n. .1 i|. -irin: In pnCHBP
I Itl.l....... K
SUI r FOR DIVORCE
TO HKKBERT A W.H.l'i:
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'.i,i'ni'"!ii l,l",nl ''' ">''' n"" .....' "
.Kiiin-i you, anil >ou are required
-,-i \ a ..|,\ ..i' >..ni \nvwi r
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January, iv.i ll you lail i" 'I"
JiidKiiii-nl b> il.r.nili will tak
ni >,.ii i..i ii.. i IM di in'
In Mi'- Complalni
I i.v t: \\i' i IRDERKD .u Mia
ii. .ii lhl> >ih du i nl Xovi ml
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I'innii Court, I>ade County, Eloi
iCIreull Court Si ,il >
II; i: ll i xnw.vv.
Dfimtj Clerk
12 6, IS, SO, .'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61337A
In KI-: Katatc "f
JOSEPH CATLER
Id-erased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All ..,!.!..i- ami All 1'. :-
XnTICK i- In n-b) uivi-n lhal I n l.n-in.-- unili r Ihi lletitlnu nami
II, |[, i-niion of I'1:i:ki 'M A\ > i.i: v \ri'.s :,i llavlna Clalnit i nandii \
,,n.i I-mill l M-. ii.ii'.: -"'-'-' Coral l Miami, I'l.i mi.ml- Said
\,. lei -.ul nami with the Clerk V'ou are hen notilied and I
Hf it I Mli'KI.KII .-1: '! ol thi Circuit Court of fade County, quired to inv.-ciii all) cla.ii
i.i .i.u- l ii ilemanda which you mii> \m\ uical
:i THOMAS I ItRAXOYS thi i lOMKI'H < \ ll.ll:
Comity, VIIOXOVITSC, SILVER a Si HER
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STATE PLANNING SEMINAR
FOR ATTORNEYS
SORED BY THE rWAMI BEACH BA<* ASGCCIAT'CN
AND MERCANTILE NATIONA- BANK
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0DERATOR-PHIUP E. HECKESiiNG
Vit Pin d'-nt S tlUI Pl*nn; ig OMu--r
Mcicoolil- Nilionjl Banli of Miami B*ch
ftNEl MEMBERS-MEL GREENBERG, ATTORNEY
Giffnberg 1 Sk, Attorney*)
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- December 10 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO 63C2982
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^Jewish Floridian
_ Miami. Florida. Friday, December 6. 1963
Section C
Menorah: Symbol of Chanuka and Judaism
jNlnc J^ranc/teJ CLanddabrct To this day, the menorah remains
the best-known Jewish symbol, and its
significance in Jewish life is great. Par-
ticularly is this so during the eight-day
Chanuka festival, when throughout the
world in every Jewish home that is
worthy to be called Jewish, the lights
are kindled in the evenings, and the
blessings, are recited over them. In
America, as everywhere else thai this
joyous festival is celebrated, its heart is
the nine-branched menorah whose
candles are lighted, an additional light
for each day of the festival. ("The
Menorah as a Symbol of Our Judaism,"
Page 3-C.)


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Leviathan ^Jeep' QM fmv apparently t itched recent
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amputee *t feetl h feel. th-
presece of an unremitting ab-
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'.be Jew i perennial bad con-
scieec* He is only half hi*
! account* for that
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Little members ol a lewjh Community Center liqht
menorah during the Chanuka festival Across the count
YM-YWHAs and Jewish Community Centers c&liated
and served by the National Jewish Well::: E;-rd, the
vals and holiday are celebrated with sp_-.- 2nd unde's
ing by young and old alike
look of deprivation, a
look e\cn -h- mu-cular Sabra*
haven't qntc manased to erase
It 3< :or tM* continual
rti-Tomior bi-oiuse ^onetime
hould be 'hero and -.vhal MmoM
be there n not
nek: an eacetleBl exam
pie of tils' .imnevia
Day of Abom:na'n
knw o(
("hanukr tt> knee it a* the
"1 light- a the annual
dedica I H I the sai.i-fian We
know it 1r!K on Hr em \-fifth
day ot K-I- 1 irrr.porxlns to
irsl v Us inter ol-
'.- kooa a* the flax of
ahommati'v I'vi: sImi a- the day
oi iweepbn) trmm the Temple the
licentious Ore<'k v..|(jirr> We
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the Ti. I the
clear : we
celebrat.
fca: DssV
the Temi
Vtassrj in l
>ear lat. remple
>tored
But s-hal knoa of
nuka itsell lot >-
I'banuka" W in toM
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notson ot Sanctuarj
the two bd|
which lac h'- of
nuka <-r> burn 1
are bmm stic clues.
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^
these hinder) not help, as they
are considered under the very
hatio ilterm that make the Saflc-
tiuiiy an unknowable, rational-
thai are the symptoms of
mm it sell In 1 i i
far gci tha neala that we
i i ii the sensation of
what th ( < i'h a might have
bee* Nt4 '''<; have we lust the
ii I .it \. hat is worse,
pel haps wj taSBva Wet lost the
rttimac> of ever ;'*ain possess-
ing it Of court- there are some
negligible uHtsmMwsi i the bow-
els of the uncotweious that
stretch toward tlv; knowledge.
but those, I kx are of only th>
ti,/z;.t SOStpSJ
The Ral Meanings
C'haruk-H a ml meaning Is con-
vi i|ue'itly v iihhelrl Irom us. Not
only don 1 we know the Sariotu
ary, but WS don't know the
i \> t oi>l\ ;|on"t we know
the Light", but we dfln't know
the Candelabra. Who indeed
the Can elabra that held
met of tii 'i first Feast of
Lislfts, lit first bj Aaron? Which
ol ii- can conceive the moaning
Of the four fires, the white and
I lie red lire, the green lire and
tin' black lire through which vi-
sion Moses as conceived the
structure of that Candelabra'.'
Do we know what the fourfold
division is or the meaning of the
-'<|iienee of its colors or what
the colors themselves signify?
Are the four fires correspondent
to the four letters of the unpro-
nounceable name? Are they cor-
respondent to the four rivers that
went forth from Paradise? Are
they the lour consecrated ani-
niais? Are they the four arch
angels, Miehael. Gabriel. I'riel
and Raphael? Are they the four
worlds through which the Tree
Of Life branches. Atziluth. Brian,
Yetzirah and. finally, Assiah?
Imperceptible Fables
N there any connection be-
between those four and the sub-
sequent Tahnudk legend of the
four who entered the Garden,
the Parde* i, the Rabbis Hen Azai.
Ben Zoma, EUisha Ben Avuyah
..: d Akiba? For the most part
we assign such matters to the
convenient burial place of leg-
end. We put them in a book.
We dispose of them as imper-
ceptible fpbles, as primitive al-
legorizations solely of aesthetic
or imaginary import. Poetic
isms we call them, segments of
B defunct anthropology, but we
accredit our unease to the nat-
fJewislh norBdfiair)
A proud GI' father, Capt. Philip L. Cooper (left1, watches as his
little son takes part in the Chanuka candleliqhting in the Jew-
ish chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs.
Colo. Leading the ceremony is Air Force Chaplain Maivin L.
Labinger, stationed at the Academy, who is one of "70 full and
part-time Jewish chaplains in all branches of the U.S. Armed
Forces.
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ural unfamiliarity that comes
from the presumed stretchi I
material time that have elapsed
between that THEN and thi8
NOW.
If tho.-o are our excuses, then
obviously Greek Reason has had
its victory and the Temple is
still in its abomination. It it
weren't we would remember.
What, in the beginning, caused
this forgetting and initiated this
cessation of comprehensions, is
of course now impossible even to
surmise. Since Adam and Eve
there seems to have been a con-
tinual series of these memory
lapses. The Loss of Paradise was
ostensibly the first in this series.
Babel and the Flood were of
course the beginning and end of
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A Quarter of a Century
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a similar amnesia attack Those
who like -",h matters for specu-
lation concur that the last of this
series of dimunitions occurred ;t
Continued on Page 12-C
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The Menorah as a Symbol of Our
By I. M. GREEN
tJWHEN RJ 1948 the State of Is-
*7r="i was established, the new
Jewish republic was considering
what should be its emblem. A
special committee of Cabinet
ministers headed by the late
David Rc.nez. studied various
suggestions in this regard. It li-
nally decided on the menorah as
the emblem of the Jewish State,
and for these reasons:
1. The menorah is the Oldest
symbol of Jewishness, since the
seven branched candlestick was
already in use by the Israelites In
their moving tabernacle during
their 40 years of wandering in
the desert after the Exodus from
Egypt, as depicted in the Biblical
books of Exodus and Leviticus.
It is thus much older as a Jewish
symbol than the Star of David
which centuries later became a
Jewish emblem under the
of King David in the Land of
Israel.
2. When the Maccabees won
their great victory over the Syr-
ians and became the rulers ol
Palestine they coined money upon
-which was inscribed the menorah
as a symbol of liberation.
3. The menorah has always
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The ancient Maccabees symbolized Jewish religious spirit on
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American Jewish military chaplaincy for the past 100 years,
and is among the objects housed in the Eisenhower Museum
at Abilene, Kans. Above, fotmer President Eisenhower ac-
cepts a copy of the book from Rabbi Judah Nadich. of New
York's Park Avenue Svnagogue, at the General's Gettysburg
home. Rabbi Nadich, a World War II Army chaplain, served
in England, France and Germany.
been regarded by Jews a- sym-
bolic of li.-ht.
Today as we aoam celebrate
Chanuka ve are once more re-
minded ot the part played by the
menorah ir the religious i leology
of the M.iccabean revolt After
Antioclnis Epiphanes had despoil-
ed the candlesticks and other Tem-
ple appurtenances .- INI
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Judas Maccabeus rededicated the
Temple and restored, among the
other utensils, the menorah.
Miracle Oil
And there is the piiraculou-
tale connected with this story ot
the recovery of Jewish freedom
When the Temple was redediot
ed. only a small jar of oil. enou..!;
to la-t only one day. was said to
have been found unprofaned by
the heather; this oil burned lor
eight daj in '.he golden candle
stick in the sanctuary, until new
holy oil could be prepared. Kr< m
this i~ said to be derived the
eight day- of the Chanuka fes-
tival, and 'he adding of one light
each da)
In the Temple of Solomon dur-
ing the First Jewish Common
wealth there were, according to
the Book of Kings, ten golden
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Phono TU 5-1454
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Friday; December 6. 1963
menorahs. In addition, the Book
of Chronicles mentions silver
menorahs in the First Temple.
The prophet Zechanah uses the
menorah as a cosmological and
political symbol. AH through the
period of the Second Temple the
menorah was an important ap-
purtenance in the Temple WOT-
thip. When the Temple in Jeru-
salem was finally destroyed by
the Romans under Titus in 70
C.E., the menorah was repro-
duced with other spoils of the
Temple on a relief of the Arch of
Titus in Home. This represen-
tation, the earliest preserved and
most authentic of the seven-
branched candlesticks, can be
>een even today in the Italian
capital.
W? Offer Praise
The seven branched candle-
stick in use today in synagogues
;.ll over the world is an imitation
of the nu'norah thai had been
used in beth Temples, wh ;- the
Chanuka menorah with its eight
lamps and its extra kindling light
called the Shammes |servant' is
a form of menorah used only dur-
ing this one week Of the Festival
of Light v The symbols which
have beer designed on various
menorahs throughout the ages are
often revelling of the particular
beliefs and superstitions prevail-
ing during certain eras. There
are 15th Century Italian Chanuka
lamps that are decorated with
tritons and centaurs, while later
menorahs from Italy reveal only
a burninr lamp flanked with
lions. Old Russian and Polish
specimens show the stages and
tree of life motif in their panel
decoration. Oriental lamps, from
Israel and neighboring countries,
frequently exhibit in their deco-
ration the crescent and star,
birds, the hand amulet.
To this -lay then, the menorah
em a ins the best-known Jewish
symbol and its significance in
Jewish life is great. Particularly
i< this so during the eight-day
Chanuka festival when through-
cut the world in every Jewish
home that is worthy to be call-
in the evenings and the bless-
ings are recited over them. In
America as everywhere else
where this joyous festival is
celebrated its altar, its heart is
the nine branched menorah
whose candles are lighted, an ad-
ditional light lor each day of the
festival.
As we kindle the Chanuka
lights we offer praise to God
for the miracles wrought by Him
-Jetrtsli tk>rSdlian
Page 5-C
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300 NW 54th ST.
Ph. PL 8-8795
A Happy Chanuka to All
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Phone FR 1-1639
The drab atmosphere of a recruit barracks is brightened by the
Chanuka lights kindled by these young servicemen and their
Jewish chaplain. Marine Corps and Navy trainees take part
in a ceremony which is typical of scenes all over the world
where American Jewish GIs are on duty. Chanuka gifts and
holiday supplies shipped by the National Jewish Welfare
Board brighten the Festival of Lights for young men and wom-
en far from home.
during the days when Judaism
was in danger of extinction by
a pagan power, for the heroism
displayed by the Jewish army in
those days, for the solace He
had thereby brought to the Jew-
ish people. The idea of religious
light and political liberation
shines forth from these little
twinkling candles. And the
menorah itself upon which these
lighted candles rest reminds us
of the tree of life, of the life-
force that should be guided by
the moral teachings of the Torah
if it is not to be weakened,
smothered and eventually extin-
guished.
Finally these lighted candles
and the candlestick upon which
they rest recall to us our own
contemporary Maccabee period
when fifteen and a half years ago
Jewish h e ro i c determination
Continued on Page 12-C
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The Roots of Jewish Immigration to Israel
By DAVID BEN-GURION
The First Zionist Congress met
in Basle in 189". but that Was
not the beginning. Herri and the
great modern vinieanrin of Jew-
ish revival who preceded him did
no more than express she yearn
ma tor redemption thai pulsed in
Jewish hearts throughout the -en
erations, ever since Jewry was
sever,'.I from its birthplace l>> an
alien power.
Aliyah. the "yoiniMip' to the
Land ol Israel, was earlier than
the State, earlier than Zionism;
it was the I'iree that built the
Third Jewish Commonwealth of
our day. BmOB before the inimi-
grati "i ei the Inte ttXh and 20th
leiituru's. there were ahyot -<>
ing bach to medieval days of
Yemenites and ol Senliardim. of
the HassidiC seel and their op
ponents.
\\e have been accustomed to
sneer at "the old Yishuv" the
Jewish community that lived in
Israel before terms like "/.inn
ism'" gained currency. This is
not only indefensible arrogance,
but disregard of our people's his-
torj
Messianic Impulse
The builders of -the old Yi-
shuv." not only individual immi-
grant ~ but considerable groups,
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Michelle is a single human atom in the massive migration ol
Jews from Algeria and other parts of North Africa. Her days
of confusion came to an end when she settled into this course
for secretarial skills being given at the newly-opened ORT
school in Marseilles. The course is one ol the emergency
steps taken by ORT to meet the special training and educa-
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were impelled by ideals and Mes-
sianic promptings t-> suffer tribu-
lations far wo^se. and perils more
formidable, than subsequent ali-
yot endured. In the Middle A I,
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and in the centuries precedi
the last quarter of tbe 19th eeii-J
tury. the journey to Israel meant
tribulations no one of our ]
oration can imagine.
These former generatm
builders of "the old Yishm.'lj
with all it- faults, richly dfterval
our respect and admiration tor.I
with body and soul, tbej forged]
an unbreakable link between peo-
ple and Land. Let us never for
get their great and honorable
ihare In the reestabh-hment ot
1h* State in our days.
in the second half of the 19th
century, three j-reat men ol ac-
tion arose in the West: Moses
Montefiorc in England, Karl Net
'r and iiaron Kdmond de Roth-
schild in France. Montefiorc and
sikving rou for over a
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Friday. December 6, 1963
Netter tried to turn the Jews of
Palestine to agriculture; the
third was responsible for a far-
flVng enterprise of settlement
and rightly earned the title
' father of the Yishuv."
But in truth Una were only
helping Other* The'irsto; turn-
iiiKpcii.1. which marked the be-
mniny uf an unhniKen sweep of
progress eulminaiifij in the re-
establishment ol the State, was
the dedication of .lews to life on
the land m p.ooeenng indemn-
dence. Not settling someone else
on the soil, hut making apicul-
ture a ay ol |if. (< tbeflUelVeB
that was the mut mo.neiitoii>.
i i-M.iutiunai-y ami ^instructive
change i ver WMUfjRI in Israel.
The true loumim- Eathem ol
lewish agriculture ware >he fo;in
ders of Petaih Tikva Rishon le
Zion. Zichron Yaaku*. Rosh Pina,
<".eder;i. and iho>e who followed
them, until the proclamation ol
the State.
Revolt Against Submission
The first step ... take i In a
jcroup of young men from Jerusa-
lem, joined by pioneers from
Hungary, who in 1378 established
Petach Tikva 'The Gateway
ot Hope"the first modern Jew-
ish village in the homeland. A
few years later came the men of
"Bilu" a society named alter
the Hebrew initials of the Bibli-
cal call: "'() HOU.-e of Jacob,
come, let us go!" and the es-
tablishing of four more settle-
ments in 188L'
The pioneering aliyah that laid
the foundations ol the State came
mainly from Eastern Europe,
with .bus from Russia as us
vanguard. It was motivated bj
, revulsion against submission t<>
the lot cf a nation in exile, and
faith in the capacity ol the Jew
to triumph over his grievous des
tiny, alter th< course ol hi >
homeland's histi ry, and trans
form its landscape This faith
was nourished by the renewed In-
fluence of the Bible and the les-
sons of the national and social up-
heavals all around
The anti-Jewish outbreaks in
RuSlU during the '80s are usual-
ly cited as the major cause of the
aliyah and settlement move-
ment.s that led to the foundation
ot the first "colonies. Unques-
tionably, peqroms and anti-
Semitism were a powerful incen-
tive to Jewish immigration down
the centuries, but they never set
the direction and destination of
those wanderings: least of all did
they point the footsteps of the
exiled and the expelled to aliyah
*Jewist Fkrlcfltr
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FR 3-8339 FR 3-8330
DAVID BEN-GURION
Former Prime Minister
and agriculture in the Land of
Israel.
Every Jewish family knew how
insecure and economically un-
stable the country was. Its stan-
dard of living was below that of
any European land where Jews
lived, and it was in a virtual
state of anarchy, whereas the
entire tree and liberal world, es-
pecially the Western Hemisphere
and particularly the United
Slates, was wide open for Jew-
ish immigrants.
Agricultural Restttlement
Without a positive motivation,
without a Messianic, emotional
and ideological urge, without the
vision of restoration and re-
demption, without a yearning for
the ancestral land and the dream
ol lewish State, there WSJ no
earthly reason why even oppres-
sed .ma underprivileged Jews
should wander oil to the Land of
Israel Ol all places
Bitter were the birth pangs of
agricultural resettlement in Is-
rael and the travails of its on-
ward progress. I'lagues of na-
ture, the desolation of the ter-
rain. Arab enmity, corrupt Turk-
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ish administrators, antagonism
from the "aristocrats" and zeal-
ots of the "old Yishuv." the ag
ricultural ignorance of all but a
few settlers, who had no tradi-
tional background of manual la-
bor, quarrels and clashes be-
tween settlers and overseers"
all this, and much else, almost
frustrated the endeavors of the
pioneers No one today can even
begin to comprehend the grand
sweep of purpose, the vision, the
dedication, demanded of those
"pathfinders."
The men of this "First Aliyah"
meant to work the land as well
as own it, their ideal had two
facets: land and labor. But it
was not long before the early
settlers split the ideal in two. and
the determination to till the soil
by themselves was abandoned by
many. It was the next wave of
pioneers, the "Second Aliyah,"
which began in the early years of
this century, who engraved on
their banner the principles of
.lew ish labor.
The settlers of the First Aliyah
differed widely from the stan-
dard-bearers of Jewish labor in
the Second; more than once they
clashed, confronting each other
in hostile camps. But at heart,
deep down, in the mission of their
lives, they were one and the
same; wrought of the self-same
metal of visionaries and pio-
neers, men that no reality could
Continued on Page 9-C
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Friday, December 6, 1963
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Panee JI t-4143
On Priming a Primus in Days of Austerity
y EDYTHE SCH1NDLER
"YOU'RE a saboteur, that's.
what you arc." The voice on
the phone quavered with exasper-
ation.
"What are you talkinc about?"
I demanded.
"Disintegration."
"Get hold of yourself." I said,
remembering how as a child
Jane had always been prone to
hysteria.
"Disintegrated dumplings.
That's what I have, and it's all
your fault."
"Flour." I said smugly: "You
forgot the flour."
"No. mother darling. You for-
got to tell me how much flour."
"Who measures;" I said, and
instantly those words reminded
me of another kitchen, another
time.
Snow in Tel Aviv
There was "Tzena" in Israel in
1949 which meant austerity,
empty shelves and ration books.
Even accompanying the butcher
into his icy larder and enduring
a pinch here and a pat there fail-
ed to produce a filet or a pullet
or even a liverwurst. It was
ersatz time in the Holy Land.
The corresponding complex-
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itics implicit in my husband's job
of helping develop an airline sys-
tem for the new government and >
my job readily asserted them-
selves. Witnout benefit of li-
cense, rank or "protecHa" (null).
I was expecled to produce three
meals a day for husband and
child. The necessary ingredients
were just not available for the
departments ol commerce or cui-
sine.
Evidently nature and the Arabs
were in cahoots, for each had
conspired to deplete the re-
sources of the fledgling nation
That winter, for the first time in
the history of the Bible, accord-
ing to the Sabras. it snowed in
Tel Aviv, thus compounding the
problem resulting from the ex-
odus of the Arab farmer.
The land refused to yield.
There was little milk, fruits or
vegetables in Israel. Egga were
on strict ration, as were meat
and margarine. What tinned
foods were available bore a
South African label and a foreign
flavor. Contrary to American
methods the South Africans ap-
parently canned only their in-
ferior products. Or perhaps it
was being unaccustomed to their
preservatives that made the food
unpalatable. Nevertheless since
my stomach was more discerning
than my eye. it refused to accept
the contents of those colorful
cans that were deceivers ever
Thoughts of Mamma
Naturally the electric stove our
Israeli friends instructed us to
bring was often bereft of cur
rent because of. you guessed it.
"tzena." And when all alone in
my cold water kitchen, the Pri-
mus and I fought the s>ood fight,
happily my thoughts turned to
Mamma. Heading my list of
"things never told me" was No. 1
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Edvtlir Schindler lives' in Miami
ii .id her husband, Irrin R ScfandJer.
ami their tuv children. A pfohfi*
wntr. she recently recafred netmiaj
recognition ulien one i'/ her short
stones hw chosen /or publication m
"CiirjJ.li." exclume bter.iT% m&w
.- if o\ the Unixtnuy of North Caro-
loi.i. With publication came an "
ntatioti for her to attend u panel
forum .ii Chapel Hill conducted bv
rit(- trorld'renoipned Ramleil j'jtivII
Mr. Schindler, a: one nine- a com-
mei pil.'i. fleir l from
Yemen to /rufl in the now htttonc
Operation Magic Carpel anJ tutu
among those involved in the earhen
lamsai o\ El Al irael Arrlines.
The S lived in Israel, at
B.i: T.i'n for .1 number of f*tt
Milk is sneaky. Tvirn your back
for one minute and it just has to
boil over. No. 2A Micky Mantle
arm is a prerequisite tor priming
a Primus,
Now Mamma cotiM make MBit
th'ng out of anything or nothing
But ask Mamma for a recipe, and
she folded her arms smugly over
the ample terrain of her bosom
while her eyes narrowed into slits
of cunning. Her stance was
reminiscent 1 Mati Hari unveil-
ed as a spy but consecrated to
keeping her counsel. Tarn by a
desire to show off while reluctant
to pass on esoteric information,
ambivalent and proud, Mama
would parry with: "Chop up the
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Friday. December 6. 1963
fi-h. add a little egg and onion
and mat?o meal w rap in the skin
and boi: This, in machine gun
staccTto was Hiffliu's recipe for
matrtrR gefilta fi.-h. I would ask.
"But hmr nur c^gs. Mamma;
how much matzo meal?" She al-
ways Murorod uMfca a M>rm;*
'Who Measures'"
Prom wider a cloud of nostal
gia Mamma's uurds descended
upon no. Vtsioi I of Mamma
chopping and knej in? and ma^h
ing awry while j'! the time re
tpondhif to sorr.e intuitive sense
triggered my >> n imagination
and courage. Was I not my
mother's daughter?
International Recipe
I stared at the poor fish before
me. Oh carp th-it \ou are. arti-
ficially bred and nourished pot
by the ancestral salty seas but
made to ply 'be bland waters ol
a Government Hatchery. I too
shall make something uondrou>
Of you.
With trembling hand and shar
' pened knife I attacked, stripping
the skin off the poor fish. After
sprinkling with leatoningi and
flour. I laid th-? fish out in m\
best glass catseroie. Inspired b>
a growing fai'h in international
ism. I added grated parmesan
cheese from Rome, a can ot
South African celery soup, some
Israeli margarine and then
drowned the whole concoction in
red wine from Frjnce. All that
remained wa> tor The electricity
to remain on ;>-. ^ enough for the
fish to bake th-- necessary thirty
minutes.
Every flab) has a moral
From this eulinar) adventure 1
learned that a hen abandoned,
improvise. You'd be surprised
how this littie t I "it has paid off.
For when we entertained VIPs at
home, many :i deal was consum
mated over camouilaged
carp
Because of the shortage of
milk, the I-::. n ,li I
developed a n t>- eal ed
Leban. Ihi- c ".>> slightly
thinner in consistency than sour
cream, tasted like piaster of paris
but was cuan '-od to contain
all the required vitamins. Head)
from my success with the carp
I tackled l.eb-a ail came up with
pancakes.
I beat up some >ggs (who meas-
ures!), added u Mob of maple
syrup and trie*) the mixture in
margarine. Then I spooned on
some strawberry preserves, dash-
ed on a jiggei of brandy and set
the whole d'a'. M fire Even
Mamma weald have been im
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Pressed. My husband certainly
was
I learned many things durin
my years in Israel, tine was m.."
"the discovery of a new dish does
more for the happiness of man
than the discovery of a star.'' or
Thr discovery of the margins of
your own nature or the nature cf
a new land
Advice Repeated
From all the paraphernalia we
had brought with us. mv food
grinder emerged as most preci-
ous. 1 ground away at the lew
pounds of beef we were allotted
every week. Most of my Israeli
neighbors were unfamiliar with
'hopped meat The groans oi mv
food grinder intrigued them. I
prepared meatballs meatball
pie. stew and hash. It was I who
introduced meat ball pizza into
the land. But perhaps my great-
est success was barbecued rolled
cabbage. Having no raisins, vine-
2ar or brown sugar. I lavishly
sprinkled the rolled cabbage with
Ketchup and chili sauce. Made
mall, they were perfect hors
d oeuvres; large, they furnished a
substantial dinner.
My hoesc became a Mirrna (in .
Israel?). Joining in an eager
camaraderie, the wives of other
transplanted executives and na-
tive housewives congregated over
my Primus to sniff and sample
my latest conccction. For the
sake of international relation-
ships and. of course, for vanity's
dear sake. I was often prevailed
upon to reveal the nature ol my
dishes.
I was always told a girl can't
So wrong if she listens to her
Mamma. That's what my Mam-
ma told me. That's what I tell
my daughter. So when asked.
"But how much wine; how many
eggs?". I smile and say. "Who
measures;"
The Roots of Jewish Immigration
Continued from Page 7-C
subjugate, no difficulty daunt.
But the enterprise they began
i- not finished even now. even
alter fifteen yean of the reborn
state of Israel.
Magic Metamorphosis
The restoration ol that State
in 194* set the scene for more
than a political change, mere
than a Jewry independent and
sovereign in its land or an Army
defending its security and peace,
more than a cultural change.
with Hebrew the official langu-
age and the everyday speech.
There was an economic and so-
cial redirection in the way of
life, the like of which no com-
munity of the Diaspora had gone
through.
A working nation was born,
performing it> own tasks in field
and factory, in housebuilding
and road-making, in mine and
quarry, in land, sea and air corn-
Continued on Page 15-C
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Hayim Greenberg and Rebirth of Judaism
By PHILIP RUBIN
HAYIM Greenberg was. a com-
yrtrx personality, as all who
knew him personally attest. Bui.
as the British philosopher Her-
bert Spencer argued long ago.
the higher the civilization, the
more complex it becomes and
the greater the achievement in
synthesizintr and integrating its
diffuse elements What is true
of communities and nations is
true also of individuals Green-
berg was a product of the mod-
ern age who by an effort of
moral will achieved wholeness
and wholesomeness of character.
Born in the little town of Po-
cloreshti in the province of Bes-
sarabia in 1889. he was self-
taught in both Hebrew and Rus-
sion and became one of the lead-
ers of the Tarbuth (Hebrew cul-
ture) movement in the last years
of the Czarist regime. After the
Bolshevik revolution he became
an instructor at an academy in
Kiev. He fought bravely, but in
vain, for the recognition of the
rights of Hebrew in Russia by
the Communist authorities. In
1921. he left Russia for Berlin
where he became the editor of
"Haolam." the Hebrew language
Zionist org in, and of the monthly
Atidenu." He edited both pub-
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Yeshiva University's freshman enrollment is the largest in
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lications until 1924. when he im-
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It was in America that Hayim
Greenberg matured and lett an
indelible mark on Zionism and
on modern Jewish thinking,
Proficient in English
Soon after his arrival in the
United States, he became the
editor of -Far'n Folk.'" the Yid-
dish organ of the Zeire Zion
movement which he ran until
1923. and of "Der Yiddisher
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Kempfer," which he edited un
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had become sufficiently proti
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publication of the newly-formed
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Labor Palestine.'- a publication
which he also headed until his
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and English, throughout the
United States and wrote innum-
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of which appeared in book form
after his death.
In 1946. Greenberg was elect-
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* it**!** norkttar)
Page 11-C
in favor of the establishment ol
the Slate of Israel.
This is the barest Outline ol
liavim Gregnber^s varjed ca-
reer TIktc have been other
Zionist leader.-., contemporaries
of GicciiIhtc. who have held
equally responsible pots in the
movement, but none have arous-
ed deeper rospeet and affection
than did Cireenber;;.
What was the secret of the spell
that he east upon all those who
came in contact With him'' In
a memorial volume issued BOOfl
after Oreenberg'a death, thirteen
leaders in Zionism and Judaism
who had known him Intimately,
attempted to evaluate his complex
\et highly integrated personal-
ity. These tributes all testily to
his highly ethical personality,
his originality, his non-tonforism.
his idealism which was not con-
tmed by dogma but which was
forever sacking and discovering
new facets of truth, hi- sense of
practicality which balanced his
idealism and which made him
willing to assume the burdens ol
leadership in Socialism and in
Zionism generally, his mastery
of general as well as Jewish lore,
his nwp feelings for Jewish na-
tionalism coupled with .1 sense
oi univnrsaliam, his humility,
ins friendliness and sociabilit)
balanced by a Btrong individual
ism and even feeling for per-
sonal isolation
Moral Purpose
lie would not submit easily to
party discipline, he would some
times be sharply criticized for his
non-conformism by his own party
members. Yet he was regarded
by them as the conscience of the
movement, while for his part,
once others succeeded in con-
vincing him that the stand might
hurt the practical interests ol
the movement, would gladly
change his course As Bezalel
Sherman, a leading American
Foale-Zion writer put it: 'Green-
berg knew that compromise was
not only necessary hut desir-
able. He was not consistent in
everything himself, and he did
not regard one hundred per
cent' consistency at all times
and under all conditions as a
great virtue. Only on questions
of justice was he uncompromis-
ing. An injustice committed by
our own party caused him pain
that was almost physical He
protested often and sharply
against moral derelictions and
never feared that such state-
ments might be misucd to the
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idvantage ol opponents. For
me, tins v as his greatest con-
tribution t i the Labor Zionist
movement."
Dr. Nahum (loldmann. presi-
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place in the life of the Jewish
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moral forces fused into a com-
plete harmonya very rare phe-
nomenon. His mind absorbed
Continued on Pege 16-C
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The Meaning of Chanuka for Jews Today
Continued frmm F*9e 3-C
the destruction of the Temple
and the consequent Exile, when
the Shcchina withdrew its pres-
ence, and in replacement left our
minds with a clouded and inferi-
or order of knowing, an order
of knowing, dull and crass.
Since that transposition we
have lean.ed to trace satellites
but the source of the four fires
we cannot trace.
Chanuka Dreidel
But hope there is. If trees can
be made to sprout through the
desert, and Ben-Gurion can evade
grenades, which require only
simple acts of magic, then, with
a bit more practice we might
finally avail ourselves of the
Isaiahic visions we were prom-
ised. Mass shock therapy may
prove prerequisite to such an
event, if it is to undo our present
state of coma. Evidence abounds
that the shock might be all too
imminent. At least there is
rumor to that effect in the daily
press. Judging from the cold
fires by which the cold war is
being waged, one might wisely
plan for it in the very nearest
of immed'acies. Difficult it is
of course knowing whether to
look forward to that event with
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utter treeadatwn-er with utter
thankfulness. There is an oral
tradition that the emotion sus-
tained at that ultimate moment
may have much to do with the
immediate condition following it.
in whatever world.
However, the Shcchina may in
fact return any midnight, espec-
ially as the Shechina and the
Moon are often identified as par
tially coterminous, and as it is
to the Moon that our projectue
fancies now lead. Then will our
Chanuka dreidels spin in a total-
ly anti-gravitational space, and
whirl on the pure air beyond the
triple sun, sustained solely by
the angelic hairs threading the
pathways between the planet> It
the pressure here gets any worse
than it a'ready is, who knows
but that the Moon may become
our sanctuary and refuge, at least
for that portion of humanity de-
servant ot its hospitalities
It may be the only asylum to
compensate for the schizophrenic
power-split slicing our globe in
two. Looking forward to cele-
brating Chanuka on the Moon,
on the verv Moon that regulates
its celebration now. is not there-
fore the worst of ambitions.
There is always the possibility
that THERE the meaning of the
four fires, plus several hundred
thousand more items like them,
may become clear again. And
who knows who may greet us
at her gate? There is also a
tradition that her gates, like the
openings in the body, are nine
in number, since the Moon is
Yesod or Foundation, and also
representative of the bodily
Corpus. At any rate, extraordi-
nary things seem always to be
happening in its light.
If we are very lucky, and if
the demons can no longer con-
tain themselves at their govern-
mental games, we may attend
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that celebration THEP.? m our
own generation. The transition
ma" com, via a mu'htude of
possibilities. An iMminatins
bolt, in the mushroom.r I propor
tions of the pballua, Bit* tne
chicle ot transport. X s.nn.l
taneous bolt on Israel .nil N<
York may assure the JeWl abso-
lute prior passage. The planel
thereafter ma) deelmal i ia a re-
sult, but then, on the other hand
think of how good o chances
,.t learning the origin neaning
of Chanuka will be. rhey will
be better than at an> tune alnce
Sinai was lifted over o .r mutual
heads and our utter destruction
threatened at a stroke
As for the get-awaj ship, bj
which that going will b.- gOM
measly Sputnik and her SUCCe*
sors notwithstanding let 4.
say this: for those who want tb<
information, who wan: Pie tech
niques to build it. so BJ to prop
erly connect Adamah ind Ia
vanah. let them go to Safed
There are books there, some
where, in which the irlormation
is down to the last ha.r.
At any rate, rid y i iraeU of
your worldly worries. Ittoy ; due entirely to those I ml fetid
Greek logistics. Clejn.se the
Temple in your brain and pi^
pare for visions. And ;ii doir,-'
so may this be the ".lappie^
Chanuka you've had.
The Menorah
As Symbol
Continued from Pag* 5-C
achieved the liberation of tin-
land of Israel and created thi
Third Jewish Comiv.nwealth,
the Republic of Israel, alter (
period of martyrdom i.nparallt'
ed in Jewish history hen iix
million Jewj perished ia Europe
On this chanuka as we prepare
to celebrate the 16th a liveraarj
of the founding oi i e JewisJ
State and reestabllsl nent ol
Jewish indent near-
ly 19 centuries, the lighted menor-
ah stands I" f< re us to hearten
us once .i....: in the I lith that
the Jewish will >t be ex
tinguished as long as il will foi
low the liehl thai w aa nee kin
died in the wilderness nf Sinai
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THE milaritiei between Ihe
, JIaccalftRi sj ,e*ha,lt "' >BW
prayers, during tin- season ami
the iiiixieni MaccabtM who
have in.ide iis all proud by eatao
UahiQg ..n independent Jewish
State are many.
Whor chanting the ancient
worda h the AmidaJi Prayer a id-
ed during Chanuka. we could be
thinkirie jf the Israel Defense
Army ,. well is ot Mattathtas
the fflgl Priest and hjs sons the
Haameni ana. In 1948. C.E si
well ns in 165 B.C.E., Thou
didst r to their defense and
and dirt t vindicate their cause
Thou didst brinj; retribution upon
the ev c'oers. delivering the
strong jnto the hands ol the
weak, the many into the hands
of tho lew. the winked into the
jjanfls i : the just, and the ;u
ogart ."to the hands ol those
devoted to Thy Torah
Victory Party
But there, unfortunately, the
parallel in the prayer endsbe
bause the ancient Maccabees,
'Immediately after gaining politi
cal .iM''-pendence. "came into
Thy dwelling place, cleansed the
Tempi?, purified the Sanctuary.
i ..mi kindled lights m Thy sacred
courts ." Their goal was
lear pj were struggling t"
purge their religious worship
iron- foreign elements. Their
ibjectivi was to regain the
Tempi< :or God. to remove the
idols and restore the proper
Lvorsjn ; It was a religious oc-
rasiftfl, nd has been eelehial
ed evei since through religious
ere fe -. prayers, and kin-
dling tbi Chanuka mennrah.
Tot; in Israel it seem-, at
least this observer, that the
modern Maccabees are so elat-
ed ovr: having won the war that
the cetebration which should be
rwdeilication to Jewish ideals
m<:<. a victory party. In
both Venn Atima'ut (Independ-
ence Da; I and Chanuka celebra-
tions, ftheer physical prowess has
i( ie be all and end all
of trr tattle.
La^ .'nuka I as In Israel
and v Inessed the parade "1
sehOt children triumphantly
marching by the thousands
through the streets of Jerusalem
with t'i?ing torches raised on
high lighting up the dark sky
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Heralding the religious freedom symbolizing the Chanuka
celebration New York Mayor Robert Wagner signs into law
the recent Fair Sabbath Bill, making it possible for small family
stores to be operated on Sunday if they are closed on Satur-
day.
and blue and v. lute flags blow-
ing in the cold evening wind
These children were proud, and
they had a right to be. I was
proud with them. I will not de-
ny that the Jewish flag brings
a lump to my throat to this very
daj And I saw enough Israeli
flags during a year's visit to
Israel SO that were it a shallow
emotional indulgence, it would
have worn off a long time ago.
My hack has been straightened
by Israeli accomplishments in
Continued on Page 14-C
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Continued from Pac,t 13-C
science, industry, and agriculture
as have those o| .ill Dl
.1,us But I wondi ii',i to raj
sell as I watched whether theae
young sapptings received ni-
si ruction in their schools aliout
their anontoN havmc doth the.
first in history to win a victory
for religious freedoms or did
they just warn about winning a
victory?
Renewal of Spirit
Lei us look further hack in
Jewish history. Ones before our
ancestors gained independence
front their oppressive tyrants.
Thai was when they bran
Pharaoh's yoke and began a long
journey w Men eventually led to
a great period "i Jewish inde-
pendence. That event is ceto<
l rated unto this day n is a
celebration in which we idealize
the concept <>t freedom for us
and all mankind. Passover in
the Jewish mind has always sig-
nified the end of tyranny and
enslavement, not the death ol
the Egyptian pursuants. This is
bow Jews celebrate an historical
event: They abstract the spin
tual meaning of it and put that
on the pedestal of adoration.
Now that Jewish independ-
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"The Psychology of the Bible" is the subject of a conversation
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two parts on Eternal Light early this month. The programs
were part of eight weekly telecasts which mark the 13th year
on television of the Eternal Light, produced by the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
&
ed. let it siumtv a renewal of
the Jew isti spirit. Let Yom At.-
ma'ut as well as Chanuka rm-
phasize the great moral achieve-
ments ol our people when they
were a free creative nation. Let
Israel strive to bring Into the
world an Amos as well as a
Judah Maccabee. An Isaiah
along with a Bar Koehba
The Jews have always been a
facile and pliable people When
forced to become money-lenders,
they were successful business.
men, when only the professions
were open to them, they became
the best doctors, lawyers, and
scientists Now that they are
permitted once more, they have
showed themselves to be good
farmers. And when necessity
arose, they have shown that they
can be good soldiers But never
have they forgotten to be good
Jews, With their success in oth-
er pursuits, their mission in life
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was not forgotten the ratal ition
Of the mi '.rial to the back seat.
i\ ing waj to the spiritual at all
times and in all matters. The
supremacy of the spirit is the
symbol ol Chanuka as it is of
.III Ulslll.
The victory of Jewish spiritual
values over Greek materialistic
paganism was .< significant one
in the annals of mankind But
todaj we are celebrating thai
victory by lauding the values of
the enemies of our ancestors
subdued.
No Misunderstanding
Let no one misunderstand,
Whoever suggests that Israel
should not have as strong an
army as is humanly possible, or
denies it the right to have a nu-
clear reactor, or to purchase
French mv.-tcre jet planes, when
even enemies are standing at
its borders in battle stance ready
to pounce- on it should it turn
its back, is both unrealistic and
not a friend of Israel. But let f,
us not celebrate it Rather let
us cry over it. The fact that
SO much money, human re-
sources and creativity must In-
channeled into military readi-
ness i- a most lamentable situ.
tion, Judaism should e orb this
rampant nationalistic spirit both
in Israel and the rest o| the
world.
"For not by might, nor In
power, but by Mv spirit, saitb
the Lord o| hosts
Chanuka Greetings from
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Mama Vi-Vi's
Restaurant
Italian & French Cuisine
1957-71st Street
UN 6-7047
Normandy Isle
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B
tots of Jewish Immigration to Israel
from Pag*9-C -
in learning and sci-
feh, like every other
Ind progressive na-
,ils own soil.
fcty years since the
ts" were loundeo.
He land has altered
fication: hundreds ol
Ills, scores of devel-
ships in the waste-
and south, swamps
re Huleh reclaimed,
vaters piped to the
I thousands of acres
[cities enlarged and
ilt industry ramified
Ited, a network of
ived from our north-
southernmost Eilat.
cr of Jewry in Israel,
(id spiritual complex-
irent a magical meta-
Jminoos Gap
t- stature among the
the fourteen years
face, the State of Is-
enhanced its political
lit of all proportion to
rical and economic
here are at least twen-
es with smaller popula-
Israel is still one of
1st in the world. Never-
countnes have won
ect and goodwill from
dates in all five conti
has liny, infant Israel,
have not achieved our
aim. even if we have
[a good part of the way.
plems and perils ahead
all we have navigated.
Itach Tikva and Rishon
jir sisters in Galilee and
were founded, the Land
J and all encircling it be-
lt the Ottoman Empire
|t<> north, east and south.
frontiers of Turkey and
he Atlantic Ocean beyond
rica, an area larger than
Bd States, with a popula-
ore than ninety millions.
^re twelve independent
all Moslem, all Arabic-
j devoured by interne-
pflict but united in one
a declared intention to
Israel.
i the only country in the
irhose neighbors openly
jastently profess that they
ecognize it. and that one
they will wipe it off the
he earth.
. Nor is *hat Israel's sole singu-
larity. Hundreds ol thousands ol
.lews, millions perhaps, yearn for
aliyah yet cannot undertake it.
And we have witnessed the
most tragic episode in Jewish his
tory. the holocaust of European
Jewry. That did not mean just
the loss of a third of our nation:
it meant the destruction of the
sources whence the Diaspora
drew its sustenance in the hist
two hundred vears. Israel faces
other crucial problems, too.
There is an ominous gap be-
tween the sections of our people
who have arrived since the estab-
lishment of the State. If it is
not bridged in the next ten or
twelve years, if we do not lift the
cultural level of Israel's young
generation, of all origins, to that
peak on which alone our ethical
and cultural superiority is ten-
able, the State of Israel will not
endure.
Most of our population is
crowded into the central region,
a narrow band fifteen to twenty
kilometers wide, and the greater
part of Israel, to north and south,
is barren and unpeopled. This
wilderness must be made pros-
perous and populous with the ut-
most speed in an unexampled pio-
neering effort.
Powers of Man
We have done much that is re-
markable in the last fourteen or
lifteen years, expanding agricul-
ture, industry, building, shipping
and communication; but our im-
ports are still nearly twice as
large as our exports. Our produc-
tion lags in international com-
petitive ability: our economic de-
pendence endangers our political
autonomy.
Originality is not just the good
luck of the man who came first.
It is the capacity to look beyond
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the day- of those pioneers, the
founding fathers of the dawn of
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Only through this pioneering
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land for the homecoming of hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews yearn-
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the dignity of labor and a worth-
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so shall we populate the waste-
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___ Miami. Florida, Friday, December 6. 1963
Section D
Young Leader Died in Name of Freedom


\ mean leader, who was also a fierce
A oncnt m the battle for equality and
. ,-d..m. died on the eve ot Chanuka
.,.,i- oi state anywhere have ever been
I, to their .ic.Msh tcllow-cltisens and
. ,i concerned ov problems in
lewish people as was John F. Ken
fth President of the United SUti
i... !> sought to surround him
most able, the m< ted and
n ad aides and advisors He i
.. nhi i rsl Cabim l the firsi
jev had i vet sefved simultane
, ,,i tnel There were Jewish mem
person I white House stafl an i
n, as well as through other chan
in was kepi informed on Jew-
. levelopments A member ol his
, ,i public!) that Jewish Telegraphic
snatches ere frequentl) studied
: his desire to be informed
. ; given situation
Merit Appointments
..-, right as a Roman Catholic
, Presidency > stronglj backed
,in' rlcan J< mmunitj Hi
ierted minority rights Before the
So, M oi \, v spaper Editors, be ask
mil lo the world that
bo elected Mayi r ol Dublin, a Protes
., Foreign Minister ol Prat
m serve in ta Israeli Parliament-
. annot tx President ol the United
, ith his desire to appoint official!
without rej I hen- religion.
i ,ed a considerable number ol
high office Among the best known are
, ,,,,., rg, rirst named BS Secretary Ol
and nou serving as a Supreme court Jus-
Sen Abraham Ribicoff, of Connecticut,
erved as Secretar) ol Health. Education.
iVellare
msistenl with his longtime interest in a
gration policy, Mr Kennedy sought re-
t the McCarran Walter Immigration Acl
termination of the discriminatory origins
system
Mr. Kennedy received many award- and
rs horn Jewish organizations. Perhaps the
blicized occasion occurred when the anti
inatHW League ot B'nai it nth presented
Ith America's Democratic Legacy Award
, nationally-televised program He then as-
ihe rota of Immigrants ol all faiths and
- In building Amen. I
Previous Commitments
More recently, be k nl a warm greeting to
ip \i Klutznick, who had served him as
RSSador to the 1 tilted Nation- This was
occaaion of i Chicago dinner honoring
Klutznick former national B'nai B'rltit pres-
on the 120th anniversary ol B'nai B'rtth.
Pmideal wanted to attend the affair per-
..i could not and asked his brother, At-
GaoereJ Robert Kennedy, to represent
i i htcago. Mr. Klutznick was one oi the
sident't close friends,
ildanl Kenned) was to have bi en ihe guesl
h no.- :|| the l8Ut annual dinner ol the Amer
i ommlttee tor the Weizmann Institute ol
I ce in Si York on Doe 5
Only i i be! ire hli assassination, the
sidenl displayed pleasure with Jewish efforts
I r of hril rights an I ra lal Integration
11 his last known message on this subject, Mr
ed) a Rabbi Oeear Groner assistant "'
mal director ol the B'nai BTIth Hlllel Founds
lions, th:it h.; felt a national conference ol col
youth t-i implement end rights ideals was
. i useful He expressed hope "'''
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
Martyred at Age 46
the Rabat's aqartpnees would advance the
pals ol cipial treatment and equal opportun
itj lor all American.- KaWn i.roner had help
ed organize Ihe interfaith student leadership eon
terence or. religion and race held in Washington.
II was fo: the positions he had held and the
measures he had taken on international questions
ol concern to Jewry, including matters affecting
Israel thai President Kennedy was best known
to mo-t Jew
Enemy
rv
Mr Kennedy favored American ratification
f the United Nations Convention on Genocide
and was seeking action by the Senate.
In one of his last meetings with Jewi-h lead
ers. Mr. Kennedy told a delegation representing
Ihe Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. that he
was troubled about the rise of Soviet ant.- Semit-
um Shortly thereafter, he inserted a condem-
nation f the Soviet enforced closure of syna-
gogues Into a speech bet-re the United Nations.
Th. President was also responsive earlier in
h,s Administration to reports of anti-Semitism
,,,):,d He BUthOriied the Alliance for Progress
,d Agency lor International Development to
make known his displeasure of anti-Jewish tcr-
orlsnt in Argentina and Uruguay.
President Kennedy was deeply concerned
over the future Ol Israel and the question oi
pe.ee in the Middle Fast Although their points
.,, V|e -on,-nnns differed from those ol the
President on specific policies, Israelis and then
supporters here universally acclaimed Mr. Ken-
nedy's desire to find an equitable solution in the
Middle Easl and to preserve peace with justice.
Interest in Israel
.,,- Kennedy's interest in Israel went back
manv e-rs to his younger days when be visited
lhe ;ad. then mandated Palestine. By his ac-
.. senator and a Presidential candidate
, ,,,,. m> election, Mr Kennedy made
,e., his support ol Israel He..aid we ull
,.. ,,, ,. back on our steadfast IriW III
adherence to the democratic way
mu., be admired by all Mends ol freedom.
Revealing his thinking in I960. Mr. Kennedy
said "the United States has helped Israelbut
we have also been the beneficiary the strong
est army m the Middle Fast is not a pawn to
be lightly cast aside."'
Ip. the view he expressed then, it "twists
reality" to suggest that Israel is to blame for
Near Eastern tensions, He said that "even by
the coldest calculations, the removal ol Israel
would not alter the basic crisis in that area .
although Arab states are generallj united in op-
i iSltion lo Israel, their political unities have not
risen above this essentlallj negative position."
Mr Kennedy contrasted Israel's progress
with Arab decadence, stating thai the United
Stat "can itsell profitabl) study what has I
in Israelparticular!} in the Held- ol edu
cation and si ;ei ce
Anonymous Charity
Mr. Kennedy viewed American Israel rela-
tion- as a subject ol .-uch close personal interest
that be did not relj exclusively on the Depart
mem of stale, lie designated a trusted White
House aide, Deputy Special Counsel Myer t
man, to maintain a dailj watch on Israeli devel
opmonts.
The Kennedy Administration found itsell
frequently in the situation described bj Maimon-
ides, dispensing a higher degree ol chanty- the
anonymous varietj The white House could nol
take public credit for many pro-1-rael or Dt
Jewish actions, disclosure of which might have
provoked Aral) attacks and complicated Anon
can diplomacy in Arah capitals
President Kennedy preferred lo keep the
reins on Middle Easl policy making as close as
he could to the White House lie overrode State
Department objections and ordered the sale ol
"Havk" anti-aircraft missiles, on liberal terms,
to Israel. He took note of the Egyptian build-
up with Soviet weapons and publicK deplored
the role of ex-Nazi rocket scientists in Egypt.
Fallowing a memorable meeting in New York
on May 30. 1901, with former Israel Premier
David Ben-Gurlan, Mr, Kennedy told his per
sonal confidantes how deeply impressed be was
by Ben-Gurion and the Israeli cause. Mr Ben-
GuriOU on that occasion had stressed the danger
c.f President Nasser's ambitions, the rockel
menace and the problem ol continued Arab in-
transigeance.
Mr. Kennedy personal!) Intervened with King
Sand of Saudi Arabia during the lattcr's visit
to Washington in the spring of 1962. The Presi-
dent told the King that the anti-Jewish ban im-
posed by Saudi Arabia was an American dome-
tic matter in that it discriminated unfairly
against a section of American citizenry II was
not just a foreign policy issue linked with Israel
when American citizens were banned from a
"friendly" nation merely because of then reli-
gion in Mr. Kennedy's view.
Snub to Nasser
This led to a firm policy this year resulting
in th-' st ition ng j Si udi Arabia ol new Ameri
can armed 'one unit- which included Ameri-
can- ol Jewish faith Pressures were also
brought lo bear to get rertain Arab states to
lift resti igainsl v.sa applicant- ol Jew-
ish faith
lTndci Mi Kennedy's direction, loans to
Israel were provided by the United states Gov-
ernment at low interest '<> help Israel- econ-
omic considation.
Vlthoagh seme n diplomats urged
tn,. |, te President Nasser of the
United Vai> Republic to Washington when the
latter attend.d the United Nation- sessions in
New York, the W < view was that such
honoi te Na -er was inappropriate. He was nev
er m\ iled
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It was a sleepy backwater of the
British Commonwealth, the back-
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When I saw Beersheba again
shortly after the Israel Army
had entered it. the dusty, sun-
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top oi the minaret from whict
I could see a hole
mil and far i ul into
low desert.
Stretching out hi-
said: "Look at this |i n,
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Friday, December 6. 1963
* k m / # mkriciinr
;i Mich fjgantle slnd.'s.
urines can speak with
, loquence. Tin- dream
i.ui rj i.- n outtfat-
til 1950 Beersheba
under military admin-
:.i ouiv l.w ciwiia
tattle there. At
il : ,,i \.iM. with a
Of I HM 2.0OO. it
inuiiic-ipaliiy. The
imtgcaota was -t<-a ii>
K, Beenswba, and by
t the \e.ir. its popula
ipped the 8.000 mark
displaced persons [r.mi
Europe. Today Beer
a population of 57.000.
9.0N ame during 1962
,.fl to D the center i
:, BOW ealled "Old
liH moaejue, the bo
the officers' club
In' military governors'
and a main Street with
, tea Moat ot t tw
have eome down;
-tone buildings bo*
heir p B4 l argvj resi
i nartera wtta shopping
: their own, banks, cm
, la .mil public gardens,
.i.uin the small nucleus
Beet sheba manyfold.
percent of Beersheba -
ive m permanent bousi -
- ites connect the various
the city, and a wide belt
..... ptu- and pine graves
reenesj and serves as
taker againal sandstorm-.
Industries Grow Up
\ tugh ""' essentially an m-
town, Beersheba boasts
eral major and some 80
mine- lOdustriea. The largest i-
Ceramic Works, supply
entire country's needs of
ceramics, made from
-. ui The Chorley Tex-
pnse. set up by South
!\ estora, is a complex
tor spinning, weaving
. .! ishing A chemical plant
him.'' procesaea some
" .i.l Sea products, and
chanized flour mills
at ire southern region
plants manufacture
rial- tills. Inicks
Smaller concerns
r- from local!) grown
g, cigarettes, sweets,
and clothing, There
lai ..' building carpen
f larages sen icing and
There is no un
in Beersheba New
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factories come up, the existing
ones aie expand!)
Railway Junction
at un
lievalily quit |
i .i' I Entiri
WtTtiin BBttl
Plata on the outt-kirtts, a ii ii.
conn- part ol lii er-
Vicei lie, ..iik i ifl .: <,.. l.nu
state ol expa'l.sr.in I here ,- the
GentsaJ Narfev Hospital, the
ib.sladiul Labor I'.ilei ihnn's
Sick Ktin.l i Kupal llalinu. the
AniiTuhereuli^.s League Cimic,
and a clinic tor Bedoui !s Bei I
shet:,ii has L'j elementary >ehonis
with :iju classes, ami two set
ondar.y schools In aU 17.IIU0
children receive Mtbaohtig,
\- the capital ol the Negev,
lleer-heua is ihe administrate e
and conunereial center oi the
entire South. \ network ol
roads oenneel Beersheba wtth
ihe sunounding kibbutzim, <>n
in i< I-. i|ciarries. natural .: a s
held.-, the Dead Ssta Bjerks, Arad,
the industrial tow.-: ol Duoona,
l Bilal The railuaj and
moil' roads connect il with the
northern par' ol the ceuntrj
when the railroad is exten ed
to Kilat. Beersheba will he an
important commercial railwaj
luiicinni. making up parti) (or
Ihe closing "I the Sue/ (anal to
Israeli shipping
Beersheba ha- two luxury
hotels, the Zohar and the Desert
Inn. uheru the most exacting
tourist can find cvers kind ol
modern comfort. A Jewish
Agency hostel, situated close to
the Ulpan, provide- accommoda-
tion for 115 families, mainly new
immigrants in the professions,
who either study Hebrew or await
permanent dwellings llias House,
a luxury hostel, serves as resi-
dence mainly for foreign scien-
tific workers engaged at the
Negev UlStiote tor Arid Zone Re-
-earchone of the few institu-
tions of its kind in the world.
There is little of interest to
tourists, who rarely stay long-
er than one nigh! at Beersheba:
'I1'' Bedouin market, the mus
I In clubs The
, i Bei i
- teba i th< re ai '.\ er 1,000 pi'"
k r number in-
i bj boon i-1
complains "i lack oi eatertain-
menl laiiities, sii ce coin erl -
and ih. atrical performances are
rot verj frequent but for the
I.....ophisticated Beersheba has
a great deal more to otter youth
(luhs. cultural clubs, lectures.
ports, gei eral educational and
Hebrew evening courses, and
even lectures organized by the
Hebrew University,
Babble of Tongues
kj uniform is part of
the l< cal scene, since soldiers
r force personnel are a
permanent foature and form a
:ul nf the popul.i
tion. r,. douins continue to stroll
in tin ..ii. streets, trailing
ih ii- robe in the dust. There
is a I b Ol 'ii .. .-. a bright
sun, bright clothes, and a vivid-
i\ i >: \ tmosphere in the
town. de-Mie the modern build-
ings .in ear- The smell of roast
lamb -nil hangs in Ihe air in the
evenings at the end of ihe main
-I reel
Beersheba ha- grown prodi-
giously, bol ii i- still young and
raw. It ha- already lost its air
oi adventure
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* Jewish itorSdOa,
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Children of the Ghetto,"
Dreamers of the Ghetto" and
the "King of Schnorrers" "clas-
sics of Jewish literary creation,
^.hlch strongly inttuenccd all
l.-uish literature." He ai-knowl-
,,,,! his own debt to Zangwill.
,v he acknowledged his debt to
p ,r,.tz "Zangwill is not below
Parent! or Shalom Aleichem," he
v id "He li the classic of Jew-
ish literature in English." To
me Shaleir. Asch spoke of Zang-
NV,11 as a Jewish folk writer as
much as thorn who wrote in Yid-
rtish his lolk being the foreign
Jews in Uhil.'chapel. his father
hi- father- compatriots who
bad come from ,he old home in
the Russian Pala and had brought
,h'eir language and their lolk
ways nd their folk memone*
and their folk itorias with them.
Zangwill MlbHmated them into
sh literature.
Dr. Yachman Syrkin, Yiddi-h
writer and founder <>i Socialist
Zionism, raised ZangwiU's place
even higher, saving 'Zangwill
was the first t<> lilt up the Ghet-
,, greatness In Mendele." he
.aid, the Getto life is a life of
_,..;:,.-. darkness, misery and
i, ar, and being saved from this
life is salvation. The children of
ire Ghetto were to leave no chil-
dren in the Ghetto. Sholem
Isch ha- no Ghetoo, no children
ol the Ghetto, only the Jewish
township. Israel Zangwill is the
pm-t ot the Ghetto "
How ha- ZangWiU worn in the
thirty-seven yean since his
death 1 dc-n't think his reputa-
tion tood high when he died in
1926 He was one of the men
the new movement in writing in
th 20"s tried to shoulder aside.
It wa- the period of D. II. Law-
rence, .lame, Joyce. T. B. Eliot
Virginia Woolf attacked their
whole outlook. Shaw, too, and
Chesterton and Belloc and Zang-
m II "ere among those the new
movement wanted to displace.
Sense of Timcfesuws*
Pie American reviewer of my
will hook was putting it m
per Frame when he wrote
.: work as an English
. playwright, a friend
B n ie, Beerbohm, Shaw.
hesterton, Bennett and
' fall, in a period which is
rgoing critical reap
With Zangwill, a> with
i other writers of his gen-
i have to measure our
from them Time is a
in our judgments. A man
i hundred years ago is not
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Coat of Arms of the House of Rothschild is engraved at the
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around 1840. The escutcheon features an eagle, referring to
the Imperial and Royal Austrian heraldic shield; an arm
grasping five arrows, indicating the unity of the five Roth-
schild brothers; a lion, in obeisance to the Hessian Electoral
Court; and a unicom and a lion, joint emblems of the British
crown.
writing of our present day life
and problem-
Yet we can also overdo this
sense of time, for great writers
and many near great writers can
and do convey a sense of time-
leaiDess in their work; their pco
pie live on, their scenes capti-
vate us still. Enduring litera-
ture is not written with its ap-
peal only to the present. Else
the Bible would not be the great
literature it is. When my book
on Zangwill appeared Dr. Solo-
Continued on Page 12D
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Friday. December :, 1951
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Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
Former Presider.t Harry S. Truman (far let;
presents to Kansas City, Mo., Jewish Commun-
ity Center, an aifiliate of National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, a plaque honoring the memory of
his one-time haberdashery partner, Eddie Ja-
cobson, who arranged the White House meet-
ing between President Truman and Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, piesident of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, which led to U.S. recoc:
Israel just 11 minutes after it proclaim-:-
dependence. The plaque is permanent.
shrined in the lobby of Center as a gift 0
Eddie Jc.cobson Memorial Foundation 0!
Trumar. is honorary chairman. Third fie
is Mrs. Eddie Jacobson. Right is A. D
son. Mi. Jacobson's brother.
Orthodox Participation in T Programs
By POBERT DONNER
ask any Jewish Center think-
** it. and he'll tell you proud-
ly that this is one institution
which rtss above sectarian and
GREETINGS
from
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AND
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other differences to serv< 'he
lotal Ji sh community This
tormula works prettj well il the
particular total communitj has
the requisite homogeneity, a I
tree ol ar\ harsh ideological in-
gredients.
But what happens il a parti-
cular "I ital communitj in-
clude- a !;ir^i' number of jews
committed to and living by Jew-
ish patterns far removed from
the average or homogenized
American Jew? Specifically.
hou did the YM and YWHA of
Williamsburg react to the devel-
opment alter 1940 of that famous
Brooklyn section into center
ol ultra-Orthodox Jew s who re-
gard th' earlier settlers as
"goyism" pnd who exhibited a
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quaint practice of re: .>
walk on the sidewalk 1
the Y is located?
According to Murra 1 p,
. xecutive director of II
cular Y. and Rabbi Isa V
Tramin. a ivisor on reli
[airs to the Federatioi I Jew-
i-h Philanthropies ol
New York, the reaction was .ic-
ceptance of an implied
The Y, having lerve I >ry ia
the area for nearly
should try to serve ':*:.-
|<1 ish group."
Nerds Not Unique
The decision made, the Y staff
started w th the premise that
lines of communication had to
be found ith individuals having
status amniE the Hassidim and
thta such individuals. 1
ed and pre perly approached, had
1 convinced that the Y a as
to rdapt it> pn grams to
serve the needs of the
< trthodox.
The needs were not UHlq
the Jewish Center movement but
the prospective baneficiarii
tainly were. A typical
scene in Williamsburi: is
skull-capped Jewish males,
and old. wearing sidecurls, and
ol bearded Jews "with stP '
and cap::ta Women < U*
UK. A MRS.
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Friday. December 6, 1963
* knislrkrlcftor
Page 7-D
I
stoddngJ and lon| sleeves, even m
in broiling -eathar. Contact be- (
,,n ultia-Orthodox boys and
iris is rare The language ot
I converse is mainlj YtaaUa and
" Hungarian
a TV set i- raritj in a borne
l' the ultraAttM Of Wil-
liamsburg. The average family
mcludci five to seven children.
Holiday music, dance and rituals
i bserved with intensity.
Durinj Simehal Torah, itroeta
. roped ff to permit dancing
. nd singing In the street!
\ itarl was made wtth the
, Verj lhat the buys ot the
various sects needed a camp.
Sol jusl a typical camp with the
usual range t physical activi-
hes, sporU and cultural pro
rams but a place also with
ditional Jewish learning, iatt
kosher tot Is, seneltivitji to ultra-
Orthodox ways and with some
cial equally ortho.ox staif
hers.
To develop such a camp, the
\ enlisted the backing t rabbis
respected by the resident- With
the help >>f Federation. Camp
Morgen Avraham was created.
i-,. v became the registration
renter and the local point for the
ramp's amities. To sum up
, first phase: "For the first
ne, the ultra-orthodox people
pped foot into the Y."
Physical Education
Tie Morgen Avraham Camp is
ably Ihe only one ofl Its kind
i der Jewish Center auspices
ii re in the United States
I? "l j long tune dream of
T:..,mn who helped to or
ze it
: i ssed to a poii
. moments were made
>) -'.: High School boys to
the physical educa-
Dgr; m at the Y. at special
p rates During the 1962-63
. uch boys tM>k part m
.- oi s imming, weight-
tumbling, basketball, box
1 imilar activities
l r igram is standard for
Ii Y, The problems encountered
th the boys definitely were
For ii.stance. Gunner re
"During the first swim
on, a number of these boys.
e 13 and 14. were going into
the pool with their tzitzes and
v rmulkes on until they were re-
assured by our rabbi on the staff
thul Ihej need not wear them
this ictivity." That official
Young Israel rabbi, who
reed to In- a consultant and
quently assisted the Y with
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Erich Leinsdorf (left), conductor of the Boston Symphony
Orchestra, congratulates Moshe Atzmon, of Israel, on winning
the Leonard Bernstein Prize at Tanglewood in Massachusetts.
Atzmon also won second prize at the Mitropoulos International
Conductors Contest in New York. Next March, he will be a
quest conductor with the Israel Philharmonic and the Haifa
Symphony. He was a 1962 recipient of an America-Israel
Cultural Foundation Scholarship
the ultra orthodox members ai
year-art und basis,
The next stop was visits to
the homes of key people to find
a particular need an.! oiler to
fill it in one case, said Gun-
ner, "when we mentioned to the
parent v observing ber daugta
ler. that we could help to im
prove her daughter's posture
through ii nee. exercise and phy-
sical education, this particular
parent then became interested
in the Y
in another effort, development
Continued on Page 14-D
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+JewistncrkiiaF
Friday. December 6. 1963
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Maccabean Spirit Did Not Die With Judah
r
By ALBERT FRIEDMAN
WHILE Chanuka brightly re-
calls the ancient Maccabean
struggle against tyranny, it also
brings disquieting reminders that
a few modern scholars believe
the Maccabean spirit died after
the destruction of the Temple
by the Romans.
Dr. Paul HUlberg. author of
"The Destruction of European
Jews." the psychiatrist Dr. Bruno
Bcttelheim and the social philos-
opher Dr. Hannah Ahrendt con-
tend, in effect, that diaspora
Jewry "unlearned" the habit ol
resistance. The habitual use of
compliance, petition and persua
sion in a hotile Gentile environ
ment supposedly disabled Euro
pean Jewry from effectively
struggling against Hitler ism.
According to this view, the
European Jews relied upon once
valid forms ol peaceful defense
that were no longer relevant
and unconsciously collaborated
in their own destruction.
Spectrum of Response
Now, it is my contention that
there never was a specific "Jew-
ish" response to authoritarian
terror, although one may proper
ly speak, perhaps, of typically
human reactions to unendurable
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Mrs. Patricia Giltner. staff nurse of the National Jewish Hos-
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his recent admission to the hospital. The patient. 45-year-c!d
Axel Otton, is shown as he and three other tubercular Esikmo
patients arrive at Lowty Air Force Base in Denver. All tojr
are to be treated at NJH for druq-resistant tuberculosis, a form
of the disease that cannot be conquered with the most com-
monly-used ar.ti-TB drugs.
stress. We have plenty of evi-
dence that European .lews, like
other minorities, exhibited the
total spectrum of possible re-
sponses to Hitlerisni. ran;;inu
from bleak resignation to su-
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learned" the Maccabean spirit
"relearned" it so rnagnUice:r,i
during Israel's War of Independ
ence).
Was there really a typical
Jewish "behavior pattern" tha'
prevailed in Europe through the
centuries? The scholars ha\r
not provided convincing histon
cal evidence.
Examples of Resistance
Let us grant that "petit
to Church and State for th<- r<
i i~s oi grievances was a tr<-
quenl tactic of the orgj
Jewish community. (But was
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1963
*Jew##? fkririimr
Page 9-D
no, "thcr organized
,,,mnuinities" What, after all.
.. |he pnrr>...e of minority or
.,,,, Nevertheless, the
I ,"...< portrait of a community of
plaintive pttiutatti llar(,,v at"
with hirteiUrt fact.
\ recent jaunt through the
in 0| a popitlor work on Jew
ish history. h:ouSht these items
in ligbl
on Sunday. M.\\; 25. 10%. Jews
m spires. Germany, engaged in
lujvy combat igeJnat a frenzied
t, of Crusaders and peasants.
., the Jews were overcome.
, killed themselves, singing
"Hallel" > they died. A
,,.. Simhah C oh
Who* uther and seven
,,. then I '''" murdered.
I led to accept baptism.
v. ,;u. when he was
paged to receive the sacra-
-t he dreu a knife from bit
clothing an I -tabbed one of hi-
preaaor* He wai killed <>n
-pot
| Couraqeovs Attack
\i Carent :. France, during
gecoi -'de. there was a
fierce battle between Jews and
. roup "i Cruaadera, The Jewa
up tretnendooi resistance
against superior forces.
May 24. 1241. in Kranklort
, Main, when the Christian pop-
'> baptise a JewUh
hi- parenta and friends
launched a courageous attack.
Jewish eat il'tes were apalling.
but the other side had consider-
able losae) '
I, ioldleri took such a
ment part In the conquest
,: Seville in ::*. that the King
ol Castille .- arded them with
., special settlement known B
\ iliage ol the Jews."
In May 1485. at the height of
the Inquisition, a group of Mar-
iano* boldly attacked the Inquisi-
i Mitcil>tin Spirit
In 1497. K^-.^ Kerdin.ind order
r i the conversion of Simon
Mainii, Chtefi Rabbi, as an ex-
ample to hi- .^lowers. The rab-
bi was bur;.-: :.;< to hi* neck but
and. after seven
ays, he died A few of his
> he had held out
with him, .': -pared, and sent
i V.rn.i
In 1648 ring the Chmicl-
mkl masi... I the Jews of
Tulchin defended the city with
remark ivery, only to he
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Two of the nation's major medical institutions join forces for
more effective action in meeting mounting community health
needs and in alleviating the critical shortage of doctors. For-
mal affiliation of Montefiore Hospital with the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University was announced
recently. Present at the signing of the affiliation agreement
are seated (right) Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity; Jacob W. Schwab (left), president of Montefiore Hos-
pital. Standing are Dr. Marcus D. Kogel (left). Dean of Albert
Einstein College of Medicine; and Dr. Martin Cherkasky, di-
rector of Montefiore Hospital.
betrayed by the Poles, who were
under liege The Poles, inci-
dentally, were destroyed by the
Cossacks, along with the Jew-.
These random incidents don't
prove very much, except that one
must treat theories of "passive"
Jewish social conditioning with
care Whether Jews were more
_or lessmilitant than other
minorities cannot be ascertained,
but it seems evident that the
Maccabean spirit did not die in
the diaspora.
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A Rooster Crowed to Fulfill His Wish
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
was reading in the Israeli
papers ihat everybody in Is-
rael can cat chicken. It says in
the paper and I quote: "In many
countries, chicken is a symbol ot
good living but in Israel every
body can eat chicken daily. It
lias become the cheapest of
meats in Israel today, the result
of a technological approach.
Regional packing centers hue
been set up, able to turn out
25,000 tons of chicken a year ."
In Israel now. they say, Tar-
negol be-kol kedera. which means
chicken in every pot. But what
has that got to do with Chanuka,
you Bay.
Alarm Clock
There is a story of a famous
rabbi of Talmudic times. When
he traveled, he always took his
rooster with him. It was his
alarm clock, waking him up in
the morning. You can use a
chicken to wake you up in the
morning and it can help you sleep
in the night. Just take the
feathers ol a chicken and make
a pillow and it will help you
sleep.
A chicken will also give you
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eggs for breakfast and meat for
dinner.
I know you want a Chanuka
>toiy. but be patient. 1 think
now an I then we Should pause
and paj tribute to Our leathered
friends. We are always taking
from them, but do we ever show
them any appreciation. Do you
ever go Up to a chicken and say,
"Thank you for the eggs ol this
morning's breakfast." It you
had a cake made with nice eggs,
do you ever thank the chicken
tor that1 After all. a chicken
has feelings too. It has been
shown that chickens lay more
eggs if you play the phonograph
around them. That's why the
Israeli chickens lay so many-
eggs, because they hear SO much
good music
But like I say, I know you
want a Chanuka story and there
i> a chicken Chanuka story too.
It happened in the first World
War. The Turks were in control
of Palestine and everybody read
in the papers, how after the pro-
mulgation of the Balfour Decla-
ration, with the promise ot a
Jewish homeland, den. Allenby.
the British commander, march-
ed on the homeland After one
bright morning, lien. Allenby en-
tered the city Of Jerusalem, and
everybody read in the paper-
how Gen. Allenby. when he ap-
proached the gates of Jerusalem
got Off hi- horse and walked into
the city. He wanted to show bis
i-i spec! for the Holy City
Respect for City
And everybody was very hap-
py that Gen. Allenby got off bis
horse and walked into the Holy
City. All the Jews talked about
it especially. It's always good
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to gel off your horse now and
then.
And do you know what day it
was thai Gen. Allenby got off
his bone and walked into the
Holy City? it was the morning
of the first da} ol Chanuka, De-
cember '>. iii".
On the very anniversarj of
the day which Chanuka com-
memorate-, on which Jlldah
Maccabee some 2,000 years ago
retook the Holy City trom the
Syrians, Allenby retook it Irom
the Turk-. Do you know how
this i,line about'.'
The Turks and the Germans
were thought to be strongly en-
trenched in Jerusalem, so Gen
Allenby after capturing some ol
the outlying regions, decided to
rest up for a while before
launching the siege of Jerusal-
em.
One morning during this lull,
the General's mess sergeant
awoke and rubbed his eyes He
fell hungry that morning. "How
nice it would be." he said to
himself, "to have some eggs this
morning."
A Rooster Crows
It really was a nice thought,
but the sergeant knew it was a
fantastic dream. The British
army naturally carried tome
food with it. some meat, bread,
but no eggs and as far U get
ting eggs from the country', for
months everyone knew that the
people of Palestine during the
war had been brought to the
brink of starvation. There was
no such thing as the army eat-
ing off the country, as the say-
ing goes.
But just as the mess sergeant
bad dismissed the thought, he
heard the sound of a rooster
crowing.
Aha. he said. If there is a
rooster c ro w i n g. somewhere
there must be eggs. So he ran
out in the direction of the sound,
lie saw something, which cackled
a little, but it was no roooster.
It was waving a white flag.
It was an emissary from Jeru-
salem, announcing the surrender
of the city. So that's how it
came about that Gen. Allenby
entered Jerusalem on Chanuka
morning".
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Page 11-D
Chanuka Miracle in Our Own Time
By ANITA ENGLE
Jertnalem
, mi world War, on
: ( h;.nuk;i. a detach
,. Jewish Brigade
I ivi- m .1 mall, Ho-
, iii a mountain dis-
,. [talj TImb <'" .hi
|i pressed, thinking of
, back in Paleatln
had not seen tar
. ins, in lone 11
Their heaata were bur
i ;i because of the r
(',. phchi "i the .icwi>h refu
hom they encountered on
|r> road end m every town
v hich they paased.
lien "f the Brigade
[ as much as they
K them <>f their own
[ ir pay, and even deplet-
, ives [ clothing which they
hatever tbej could
, ., drop in th.' ocean
hu h had overwhelm-
|- ol Europe.
their spirits, the lit-
soldiers decided to
a i immunal celebration.
i ., giant Chanuka
E t of a trunk ol a tree,
L on it to serve as
! and set it up In the vil-
i Ever) evening the
|ier> lit another "candle."
until late into the meht they
anuind their Chanuka sing-
their songs of Chanuka, ;'"<'
[ IsraeL
A Little Boy
light of the I'hanukiah
bid in seen from all the dis-
tt around. The Germane had
|> ui-t been driven from the
I the woods and caves
thi mountainside were small
i up- people of every sort
to had :ic re .i> no contact between
\. rid another, nor did
ey know what was going on
".(in.
these scattered hum-
H ,i- a hoy of ahuut 11
irs old He was on his own.
lived like a stray dog, not
Ix who he was nor where
i ome from From his
i in the mountain, the boy
tli' hunts of the Chanukiah.
U aught the sound of the
1 ii Perhaps they aroused
pmories -or perhaps merely a
that this wai connected
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it afflu-ied lunba attain. The
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ftUM they contain the pain
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The late President of Israel Itzhak Ben-Zvi as he visited a chil-
dren's village ol the Mizrachi Women's Organization of Amer-
ica last year. He is surrounded by Youth Aliyah children who
have come to Israel from 21 different countries, and by mem-
bers of the village teaching staff. Extreme left (cantor) is Mrs.
Rahel Ben-Zvi.
with something g< od and warm
and sheltering. Overcoming his
fear, Ihe boj en pi mil ol his
hiding place on the mountain
side,
Soldiers of the Jewish Brigade
found him lurking in toe 'lark
ness i Ihc outskirts ol the i il-
ia i -tar-1 !. an I shaking w ith
cold.
And then a greal miracle hap-
pened there. The soldiers of the
Jewish Brigade succeeded in
tracking down the boy's family,
and bringing t h e m together
gain.
II] friend Gabby Knoller, who
was a member ol the group of
Palestian soldiers to whom this
miracle Of the Chanuka lights oc-
curred, never told me what hap-
pened afterwards. But I am
sure that the hoy. together with
his family, was senl off to
Ereti Israel like the thousands
of other Jewish refugees whom
the soldiers of the Jewish Brig-
ade saved from physical and
moral destruction.
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Place of Israel Zangwill in Jewish History <
Continued from Page 5-D
mon Crayzei, of the Jewish Pub-
lication Society, in a very friend-
ly review said he felt that "the
newer generation does not know
Zangwill and certainly does not
read him; his name is merely
an echo 01 a by-gone age." Not
long ago I received an invitation
to speak to a Jewish society on
"Is Israel Zangwill Being Read.'"
I didn't conduct a Gallup Poll to
find out how many read him. Of
course Zangwill is not read to-
day as he was when I was young.
But unfortunately none of the
writers of his day is being read
in that way. How many read
Meredith and Hardy? Or even
Wilde?
Talented Writer
Michael Ayrton, who as paint-
er, sculptor, art critic and writ-
er has made a reputation as one
of the best of the "moderns,"
tells us that in his day "Israel
Zangwill was a very successful
man of letters. His novels rank-
ed with those of Wells and his
plays with those of Shaw. He
is out of fashion, but he has not
vanished, for he is certainly the
greatest Jewish writer we can
boast."
Zangwill is still read and
Placards bearing Biblical sayings in Hebrew and Bj^J* V C
carried by over 2,000 Reform laymen and rabbis of the .mon
of American Hebrew Congregations participating in the IJCjmt
Washington March for Jobs and Freedom. Look.nq a the
signs are (left to right) Whitney Young, execute direc-or of
the National Urban League; Sue Greenwald Bethesda Md..
Mark Winer. Dallas, Tex.; Bishop Stephen Gill Spots.-ood.
chairman. NAACP Board, and Rabbi Richard G. Husch. direc-
tor. UAHC Religious Action Center. Washington, D.C. ________
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studied today. I am myself sur-
prised by the number ot inquiries
I receive from students not only
in England, but in America and
France and Italy and Israel who
ask me for specific points of in-
formation lor the theses they
are writing on Zangwill. I am
sure only a small number of
such students find their way to
me. And writers of a later gen
eration than ZangwUTs or mine
arc finding interesl in him. Not
everybody is so slupid as to dis-
miss Zany will in the way "a
young Jew aged about twenty-
three" dismissed him according
to a reviewer of my Zangwill
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book: "If the novels 0i Israel
Zangwill ore dreary bey->nd be
lief, his plays are even WOW."'
A notice in the London general
press ol Woli Manlcowii 'a film
from 'Kid for Two Farthings"
said "A film that will remind
older readers ol Zangwill'a 'Chil-
dren of the Ghetto'." tfanko-
witl himself has said COOTM
Zangwill is Anglo-Jewry's jjreat-
e-t writer. Bill then Anglo-
Jewry doesn't have many writer*
to choose from. Zangv ill is an
important, serious and highly
talented writer who dOOi not
lose by being objectively eval-
uated The conversion of Zang-
will into a sacred cow rine* thv
writer more harm than any ob-
jecti\ ass< -
I said l do not know hi man)
peuple -till 'e.nl Zangwill, Rut
when I went la :i Few
i I 1 vere
in the Queen M irj libr iry and
read
hy tlif passi nger> John Kr-
hen he w rote
lhal Zanj vllPs "01 ei -
flouini with lift
II i--' Za......ill's
.1 more
1 realui (dinar)
man, and pai Iq the of-
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jPW One doesn't keep
rugging off someone non
as -oiii* f the scornful
Uiuh'-Jeu'sh writers keep
.fl Zitngwtl'. i get
od deal, and constant-
releraaMt to -ZawgwiU
- books; 1 <'" see them
.helves of people half my
The name has at least
Ugh somehow to the
people. In Israel they
;,,,,l ;i street after him
received a Yiddish book
a the Mcnorah Publish-
Zangwill St.. Tel Aviv.
I would have liked that
-h a> well as Hebrew
published in Israel.
vhatevs* the ordinary
caderi find In Zangwill.
. .. h reader, especially
_-!i and American Anylo-
r.'.ider. has something in
he cannot have in the
Anyone who wants to
ind understand Jewish
. English speaking coun-
Icnov Zangwill it is
gwill who is poorer for
read by them. It is
arc poorer for not read
IK' has said something
,^- hi- bank- of cs'-aN -
.,- hi- novels which
- ricjM i'. more under-
li.in knowlediieable of
and thought and be
and ol .lewish way- and
tngle-Jewish reader
, io tor the Anglo-Jew-
Zangwill is im|x>rtant
ause tu- Btandi for m as
I i. -lent, our literary
Even if our angry
Anglo Jewish writers
one day surpass and
Zangwill, they will Mill
read him for their guld
Heirs must know their
. must have a tradition
rit. Otherwise they are
but parvenus, up
Blend of Proust
i i- something in Zang-
which the Anglo-Jew Kb
em- (w turn instinctive
Zangwill having been over
ind before, has in a way
n the lines on which the
liters ot that scene must
Alexander Baron ha.s just
a new book. "The Low
and this is what a critic
Ion daily begins with:
End comedy has attracted
. line of writers from Zang-
o Wolf Mankowitz. The
comer to this tield is
ler Baron, who first made
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his mark with 'From the City
from the Plough.' a sensitive
war novel He is being boosted
by his publishers as the Damon
Runyon ot Hackney Knowing-
this author there will be a serious
t*mfr-t* +fefarce Zangwdl's
touch clings to the scene. "Our-
ioiis blend of Proust and Zang-
will.*' says another reviewer of
Jacqueline Shohefs Jacob's Lad-
der. Always, with every new
anglo.lewish novel the critics
apply the measure of Zangwill's
name The Anglo-Jewish novel-
ists do it themselves, like Mar-
ghanita Laski hailing James
Yaffe as having produced "the
best Jewish stories I remember
reading since Zangwill."
Recently Baron wrote to me
about an idea he wanted to put
forward to make a selection of
Jewish books in all languages of
"lasting power There' would
be "only i few." he thought, and
he made a short list of those he
wanted to nominate. Of course.
hi' said. I would include 'Chil-
dren ol the Qhetto.' its Indivi-
dual portraits are simple in the
ensc that many of Dickon's
characters are simple, and that
folk literature is simple, but you
and I know that this picture ot
a small Jewish world, for all its
uniqueness -because of its uni-
queness is also a picture ol
all humanity."
Emanuel Litvinoff wrote, when
King ot Schnorrers" was repub
li-hed, it succeeds remarkably
in creating the feel Of a whole
society. In a few well chosen
comic episodes Zangwill pro-
rides an insight into the social
attitudes, snobberies and preju-
dices of the time. His Manasseh
Mueno da Costa is a royal char-
acter, indeed, written up, with
Dickensian gusto and invention.
It could be objected that he is
the only character in the book;
that the rest exist only as foils
for his brilliance; but one Manas
seh is worth a score of the aver-
age characters one encounters
in fiction. Nothing wittier or
more elegant has been written
about English Jewish history."
..It is the opinion I have express-
ed in print several times that
Zangwill's "King of Schnorrers' is
one of the great comic figures
of literature, and in Jewish lit-
erature on a par with Shalom
Aleichem s "Mcnaehem Mendel."
who like the King lives in a
world of grand illusions, both
with their resemblances to Don
Quixote. That is what the dra-
matic critic of the Daily Tele-
graph said w hen "King of
Schnorrers was played in London
in 1950. "a cross between Don
Quixote and Baron Munchaus-
cn."
Much to Learn
I wouldn't put Zangwill on the
same literary height as Disraeli
and Heine, but I don't think ot
anyone else to stand as a third
between them, a writer, a Jew
tormented by his Jewhhness
(though and perhaps because Dis-
raeli and Heine were baptised
and Zangwill was at time- a
heretic), a Jewish personality,
a great Jewish figure. And
Zangwill has drawn portraits of
them both. Disraeli and Heine,
m his "Dreamers of the Ghetto."
He surely was like them, a
Dreamer oi the Ghetto.
The be-: way to commemorate
Continued on Page 16-D
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Continued from Page 7-D
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In their continuing search for
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i, irne I there was considerable
and presumably previously un-
expressed (i. mands by girls and
women for gymnasium, swim-
ming and exercise programs. In
response, a special afternoon
and evening was set aside for
the ladies During these per-
iods do buys or men are permit-
ted in tha entire gymnasim and
locker room area The basket
ball room attendant must be
woman and all Instructors for
the special periods arc women.
Correspondingly, special nights
pro sot aside for mon and boys
to learn swimming, weight-lift-
ing, boxing and basketball. A
modern dance group was devel
opod to improve the posture Ol
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many of the girls. Mom .
women who could not speak
English attend special classi
set up i" conjunction with the
citj Boaid ol Education, Many
cit the youngsters, who were
having trouble with their Ye-
shiva studies, attended a Home
Work Group tor tutoring help m
study habits and difficult sub-
jects, A tart was made toward
developing teen-age and young
adull groups but all boys or all
girls, never mixed groups.
No Mingling
One continuing problem is the
disapproval of some of the rob-
hos of the croups in Williams
burg to the whole idea of their
disciples becoming involved with
a Y Initially, parents sent then-
children to the Y surreptitious-
ly and 'they would be ashame-l"
ol so doing "and would never
admit it 10 anybody." This at-
titude has largely vanished hut
there is still fear "that then-
Rabbi may censure them" and I
appeals are made against men-
tioning names in the Y publica-
tion. The fact is. Gunner re
ports, "we still do not have in
most sects, official relationships
with the spiritual leadership
the various Haasidic groups,
Still, there has ei
some mixing of the ultri
I and : non Orthodox
Y Tin- has happened it
etlcs, such as swimmtnn
rot IHt H0UDA1S
HAVt A CUSTOm TABU PAD
ARROW TABLE PAD CO
For Krt- Estim.it* and S.in-plf-
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FR 3-4591 1924 SW 8th ST
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Occasions
Carrying on our communii) s
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Welcome Wagon Calls
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sixteenth birthday,
announces an
engagement or
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or moves
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WkM the ecctalwi "' '**"
HI 8-4994


,ber 6. 1963
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'u0Vda5 COUNTY.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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into the desert from Egypt called Israelites.
They'll probably perish forever."
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Cob'. "W. Oo>tu P'tdci.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61366A
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JAMBS HAIlWi......IR W I'S, n:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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and a- |ii "\ Idi .1 n Sect I
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from the lime of the fli -i publl al Ion
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Dated al Miami, Florida, tli
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ELLIS s. Rt'ltIN, EBq
107 i.in.-..in Road
Miami Beach, I '
As Executor
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i he 22nd da} nl Nov. mix r, .
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in; Lincoln Rd Miami Bea< h, Fla.
1-7489
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL R
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60706-C
IN RK Estate of
Rl IS1 Si ISK1 X.
"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Dated at Miami, Klorlda. 11
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 63-5-J07
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN FROBATE
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NOTICE OF SUIT
II uu .1.1' M MoRAN and
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i:. i is i.i- San Bernai .1"
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y.M ARK HKKBBY NOTIFIKD that
,i ,-uii li.is been brouuhl aga n-i you
li> UKRA1J) \ KEARNEY. I'lalntijf,
for damages in the amount ..i TWO
TlltM eAND.ONE IH VDHKD NINK-
v\ i iNH and i.....It '"' ;,"i I ''-
i. \i:- and to lmpr< m ^"i taUn
illowlnR propert) gituata
' unty, l-'li.rlila:
: I.,., i, Klo. k i-. .1 ri.Ki: RIDQE
KKfTloN POl'R, according to the
! .,- thereof ..- i n. i i" Plat
Rook Ml, Page :".. "i the I'ubllr
I;......Ii : I '..' "ouilt) Kl. Ida,
ii i.i.....^i t) wan led by Metro-
tan Sheriff's l..v> "n the 22nd .lay
h tola r. r.i'..l no.i. r W i u i.i .u-
ii linn i .in.l
1 .'. All urn.I- ..f the defendant* In the
hand* "i Ih. i'n.-i National Bank
ni llomeatead,
i, runda wi re b< !' by \\ i it ol
.....i>inn. in .- i m .1 uiion -..i.i i:." -
in -ii.....n id. 2lh da) ol S. nlember,
TAKK N.Ml. i: THAT \OI ARE
i;i:.,.rii:i.i. to i ll-K Y< 'I n a.n-
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|< of llie aboxe Myled fourl and
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r |iu Idlng, Miami. Kloi Ida, 33131,
i.,., than the 13th da) of I' em-
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n iilalntlfl nplalnt
ivlll be inki-ii as admitted, and :i De-
rnuli Judgm. nt entci i tgalnat you.
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i hi da, ih 12th da) ol Kovamber,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12773
i )Ki IROINAL .1. AI.ISSi:.
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MAI T.l.-I.i I AI.ISSE,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T" M \ I'RIf |l I I AI-1SSK
You I Utaa ar. >
ri ih.ii ii mil of fomplni
Dlvoiv h .- > n iii..) agalm i
.ii.i \ ..ii ai required to aerv.
,,i voiir Anawer or Pleadlnu I
Bin ,.f fnmnlalnt on th.
mi,.i ii. Manui I Zaiac, 302 ltic .- in
ling, Miami. Florida, and file
original Anaw'ci or Pleading In Ih.
f ih.. Clerk of Hi. Circuit
i-,.in i ..n or l.-fin-- the ""Hi da) of
Ii., .mi., r. IM3 ii < "! rail to do no
Judgement b) defaull "ill be t
Hgainxl yoti f"i the r< II. I d. manded
.. Bill of Complaint.
Thia notice nhall published once
each k for four conm-ciltlve weekr
in THE -n:^ I--I1 RI1AN.
DONE \Nl> ORDEREP al Miami,
,i, |i i i.i. ..I N'..\. mber,
A I '. 191
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i Court, I lade Co lilt) Klorlda
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Miami, Kloi
Attoi n. v for Dli.intiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.TI I'. IS HEREBY UIVI N
the underaig.....I, ')- In*.' '
I, ,,. -- .i ili i ii..' flctitlom '
fli'ES REAIj ESTATE al lo.
St Bay Hurl"" Inlands, Miami Be.
:,4 Klorlda, Intend to reglat.
name with the Clark ol the )
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
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ol 1....I. ,-,..,,,
it) Judge* ol Dade
.:,.. in aupii
rovlded In Section i
in tli. ir offlcea In
ihouac in Dade .'..un-
within ilx ..ii.n.i...
n tl,.. ,.. ,,,.. ,M
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-T.TIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY illVEN that
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"" WBAH .1 1230! N I'. Kth
irth Miami, Kla Intend la
i am. m tli lh< Clerk .!
ii ) Dade County,
KCHENBRENNKR
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 1HE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6JC 12704
vi in n win w
IKI m: Wj EI.KER,
Hefendnnt
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
TO: IRENE WKI.KI i:
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Niagara Palla. N. V.rk
v..ii ..re hereby i...tifi.) thai b i ">
plaint for Divorce aa been filed
i-.iin-l you, and ") are : -.init-.-.l to |
nerve J .-I'v "f Vl,u' nw.
ing lo the foimilalnt on the plainll)) ~
Attorney. liriiNKTi' M") H, ISO un-
. ..in Road, Miami Beat h, i loi Ida, and
file thi- original Anaw. i Plead ng
in ih, office i.f ih- C* ik ol '
. .,,i Oourt on o| befoe* ihe .'.i1
nf December, IMS. If you fall ). do
-o, iii.Ii.-ni. nt b) default will be t..k. n
, i,. r< )' : lef ). manded
ii Hi- Dill f Complaint
Thi- notice hall : i "'" '
each k for '.....' 1V'' **
in THE JEWISH Fl.i'IMl'l VN
l ,Ni: \N). ORDER! D at M
Florida, tin- 22nd da) of November,
I A.D. II ...
I i: i.i: ITHERM \\ l" l-
iii. un i -..in i. i lade Klorlda
laeai) b) i -x' p:ikn.
I l.'l.lll I
Bt'RXBTT R) 'Til
110 Lin. oli. Road
Miami Ii. ... Ii i'...... IE S-7I2I
Alli.ri,,) for I'I
ii .:, l-'.o-ri-.'"
in TH6 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61270-B
IN RK Eat it- '
lAl'Oll I'OCKER
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
To All Creditors anil All I'. "- Hi v-
ur i > manda Againai .-aiu
N notified and re-
.,.111,.,i to pi. nt an) clalmi. and de-
ind hi. n > ,Jve agaInut
. ,,. ,., j X,-, ,|i 1 ,.. M It de-
, ,.,., fete of Hade .'..nun Horlda,
,., me Count) Judgei of Bade Lun-
iv, and ni- tl" -:"">' 'i"|.ii. a iiii.i
aa provided In Section 133.16, Klorlda
siatni.-. In their offlcea in the pnn-
iv Courthouac in ''ad- County, flor
i,i within >i\ calendar month* from
the time of tug Brat publication nete-
,, or the game win be beared.
,,.,,,,! ,,, Miami, Klorlda, thia nth
da) of Sowmb. '. A.D IN
SYLVIA rrEKTSBACH
Am I \..nlll'
1-1,t publication of this no] e oa
,1,, ,i da) of NiiM-nib-r, \9iS.
HAKICi WKBKN1CK
Vttorney for Executrix
in "' Ulmmium%. ii '-'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. S3C 12763
MARY ANN UMBER,
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THOMAS WILLIAM LAl'BEH
I i, '.ii.Ian'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl Tl). >MA< WILLIAM LAt'BER
K.-i.i. n. I'nknown
You. Tin'.mas WI I.I.I AM i.ai ii:i:
.,,, hereby notified thai a Bill of
. '..mi.lain) f..i I livorce hail h. fill d
againai you, n nd | ........mired lo
fc,..\,. .i cop) ..I ...ii Anawer or Plead-
ing in ili- Hill of Complaint on the
Pliilntlfl attorney. STONE VNP
BITTEL -". W. Plagl-i Si Miami
Klorlda and file t ti.....'Iglnal \nawei
or Pleading in the offli of I r< Clerk
of ii,, i i|i fourl ..n ..i ) f. r. I h.
6th .lav <:' Januar). I9t II you fall
to ii.. -... Judgment h> default "ill he
i for Ihe relief de-
manded in the B 11 of Complaint
Thi- notice al .11 he published one.
each k for four ci u. ka
.ii THE JEW l.-ll KI.ORIDIAN
I m i\i: AM' ORDBRKD it M ami,
Kloi Ida, thin 26) h .1 )) ol N'ovi
A.D. I)
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rt, Dude < 'ounl Klorl.lii
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STONE VND Bl I' PEL
Room 105, 23 W Magi, r Si
Miami. KlorU i
Attoi n. >.- for Pla
11 J" 12
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH S
"IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN
FOP ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE
NO. 63C12546
,,. DAI.LAVA,
Intlff,
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I.. r, mil.nt
NOTICE OF PU"LICATlON
r, i i ik-mi ik '"i : )' vVA,
22 VVnl
I'iiii-n. l.:. M --- ,s
V. QEORCIETTE I'M.LAN \
Walla,.- Place, I'i'.t-Ii-l.l
rhuaetta, are required to III.
anxuer to the Complaint for Dlvoi
with the Clerk of the above
hihI < a cop: ih. n .a in "ii oi> '
p NEURETTI, attorney, M0-11 Co
gi-eax Bldg.. in M.E 2nd Vve)
Miami. Florida, "ii oi before th. .
day of December, IM3, or !-
pla nt "ill b. la i onfei
Dated al Miami, thli 1Mb day
. i b. r, i'."'.:'.- ..
i: rt i i". \tiii:i:man.
. 'i..,k ..I ii i in Court
I la.i- < mi: v. Florida
i.. |. nv Clerk
i.-'i: \i.i B f P '' IPEI. \ N
11 22 29,
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, riCE IS HEREBY QIVBN lhat
tl mderflgne I. dealrlng to angag.
..., der the flctl) ou name
., paRK \i'\ kktisin.; a< Ml
N V\ ... ,i si Hlaleah Uardei I ... .
:, i- to res tcr wld Ihlhe
I, .,, n. ...mi ..nit ol Dade
County, Florida .......
.Il'l.i: I BALAHAN
Sole 'i* '*> '
wai.i'M )N. .' HEN a R< IBERT8
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Miami, Fla. u ,, ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12703
\ROLTN LEE I'll TS,
Plaintiff,
CHARLES FRANCIS r.l'TTS,
I,, I. n.l.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: fH Mll.KS FRANCIS BUTTS
i I -.a.-) Cheatnul sir,.,t
l.oik|...i i. New York
You are hereb) notified that H Com-
plaint for Divorce haw barn filed
.iLMin-t you, and you are raqalred to
nerve g oop) .> your An-.r or l'l.ail-
ing to the t'.ni'il.iiiil ..n the plaintiff*
Attorney, BCRKHTT KOTII. K**i-
il'.i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida ami file the original Anawer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit fourl on or before the
JOth day of December, IMS, If yon
fail t.. .1" s... j idem, nl by defaull will
i... raken against you for the relief do- .
manded in the Hill ol Complaint.
Tins notice -linll l" published once I
each week for four consecutive .
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
I'i i.la. tin- 22nd da) "t Noi i nib<
A.D
i: |{ i.i: \ IHERMAN, i'i, rk,
Circuit irl l lade > 'ounl > Kloi Ida
is,all b) I. SNE1BDEN,
i.. .in, i'i, rk
lll'RNETT ROTH
120 I.ni. -.In Road
Miami It. ... Ii. I-
Ml... net -i I'la.nt.It
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 12575
NOR v I'')". JOHNSON,
PI ntlff,
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JOHN WILFARD J< HINSON
1 >. .l.iin.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'ii JOHN W1LFARD JOHNSON
Relmonl Park H n
Elmon, N. V.nk
V >I' VRE HEREBY not fl. I
Complninl for Dlvnn e ha be.
ngalnal you, ami you are hereby r.
miir. .1 to i ve a......> of your Ai
.wei lo the 'omplalnt on the 1'l.nn -
i"s attorney. I" ST K R ROaER.-
crhoae addreas Is -'. N W". 1 )tli Strei
Mlnml, Klorlda, and file Ihe ol
,.f your Anawer in the office ol "
, -i, k .. the I i Judicial I
hi and for D ide i int) Klorlda, i
or b. fore thi "' ''" '
p....:. in d. i .ait of lii.-li the Con -
x. HI i,, ink. n a- "Hi', --. .1 l
you .. ,
i. VTE1' th. -' Ih lav of Noi n

E B I.BATHBRMAN
... .......i ''.
It) ill- POPELAND
Deput) ,'
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPL
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 63C 12367
To w hom it Ma; f......em:
N'..n. It her,*) k n that the ui -
derwigned petition. HETTY VIRO!> -
IA B VSS REMBREE, hoi
a.l.lr--- i- H W I SI i I th
\i ... i 'ounty. Florid .
lo the Honorab
Judge ..< the El v. nth Judicial CI)
cult, in ami for Dade County, at li
office ni the County Court 11.m-
.,, v ,. \ \i on the l-itli d
..f i>. ...inii. r, I Ma, .i .- noon th.
.,ft. i a- -in- may b< heard, for
nr.l. r li a n g i i. li. i name froj
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t,, HKTTT VIRGINIA BA8S VHU'llV
b) which name ihe ahall thereaftir
be known.
l>..t..il at Miami. Florida, tin- 18
dav of November. AH. INS
BETTY VIRGINIA BASS HBMBRE .
Petitioner
KELLY. BROOKS X ROPES
Attorn. ) t'.r Petitioner
Jin Alcaaar. Coral dablea, Fla.
11/22-29, 12t'-
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,ber 6. 1963 £**#• fk-irndlfor Page 154 ;AL NOTICE Icou NTY JUDGE'S COURT U 0 VDA5£ COUNTY. I0"' 4 ,N ? -1 R A BATE I v r..MK08EN. \,CE TO CREDITORS • Said %  ..I .,,,.1 %  r md ill mnndf IKU ll -' 'I" ••I known I I ,-.. mi; I BY HENRY LEONARD %  "I* %  • • ran i v 13th \ n %  I • i. ..ii I I I [ a N0 T • i i NOER RcTITIOUS NAME LAW IT f illVKS I i 1 i in I. iMJII'AS! • %  [' t. nda n 111 I 1 '.. %  I I i > II. i .\ I 9 I? H jjfCO^TV JUDGE S COURT IANDFOR DADE COUNTY. IFLOR O 4 N PROBATE t 13-• I I TO CREDITORS %  %  -' : % %  ** vi tti/^ty i -p% LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN T "Oh, it's just another band of slaves fleeing into the desert from Egypt — called Israelites. They'll probably perish forever." m .He" COB'. "W. Oo>tu P'tdci.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61366A I:I: I:M;II.II| JAMBS HAIlWi IR W I'S, n: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml i' i illti nil VII I'ei llavi Linn, nr I '• iii.. 11.1 A. %  .: y,.ii in. hei i hy nntll led and re., HI ,l to |in nand d< mundf a hli h j "ii ha\ againai tali "i Jami Hal I (Iravi -, i late of i m %  i !.. III. I % %  •nun Judge* i I"• • %  %  111 >. and fill lh< unini In duplli 11 u and a|ii "\ Idi .1 n Sect I Florida In lh< I %  hi 'ounl i Coui ihoux. HI i 'adi i I) r |.-|,. i alx calemlai month* from the lime of the fli -i publl al Ion • hi ime t ill be ban i Dated al Miami, Florida, tli .i.i > of Nov. inlii V.ti ELLIS s. Rt'ltIN, EBq 107 i.in.-..in Road Miami Beach, I As Executor i %  %  publli ii -ii of thia noi i he 22nd da} nl Nov. mix r, ELLIS > Rl'IIIN. l>'.' \l|., I II. V I'..: KXI %  "" in; Lincoln Rd Miami Bea< h, Fla. 1-7489 II 22-2. 12 f-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL R IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C IN RK Estate of Rl IS1 Si ISK1 X. "'NOTICE TO CREDITORS T „ MI %  ., .i torn an Ml T '' '-"" %  "." ,., 11. mi nd Against .% %  Ii b> not Red ... ,, „ „, ,, ,.i,,„i> lli.ill.lhlCh %  ',•, V?'' ,l„. eatate ..r Rr ill. same wl I % %  "% % % %  • Dated at Miami, Klorlda. 11 ,,„, 0 | November. A.D I JOSH hlTMIN \„ Admlniati ator |.-,,.i nublli all of this in the 22nd day ..f Sol %  • II isll RBI'HCN Attorn, y for Administrator %  %  ,. %  Waahlnaton Kv. Suite 211, Miami B |( ( LEGAL NOTICE INOTI' %  d ai.d i'. %  ... HARRY '>M1' d. %  lunty, I" • I 1.1.%  'nun%  the mint' 11"! months (nun i n hvre%  H th %  %  iralora I • i. ii. ii.. %  %  T "t C RCuiT COURT OF THE It" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND %  OB DADE COL NTY. FLORIDA. "ANCERY. CASE NO cSC'218* I I %  ai J I '. • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Ni • l"|. I. I> II KHKI V 81VBS .• %  nil"I %  •: SS PR! 1 MKS al i m I. 1 name wit i.i:\i..%  • %  .i IN DIVI.ON N It) I l.i ... n, I'rei NTH. flfoNIN A • %  wy for l.i %  Mil 1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIViL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 63-5-J07 M: \K\I:\ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN FROBATE NO. -29S B In Rl %  it. • i r'.VNNIK MIND IN l NOTICE TO CREDITORS \|| fred %  II iv Ill— I • .1 to p • %  .It).I I ... ... ... in I ty. I ,..: Ii. iv i.In > nd d. hav. xgaliiHt the h'A.NNIK MIM>UN deI %  "'..i l udK. of I M.II rl i in .... al. ml.. 1 %  ih• %  will t\ V\I.I:/. MII:I:I:.~ NOT.Cfc OlPUBLICATION \ 1.1./, II I *I2, Al-ail \ HKRNANDKZ \ %  N. •. \ •• .... i %  • : • .1 I.. • : K : I hi m n. N K 2nd A\. • of N iTIIKRM AN, %  i I I.Y.MAN ^NTv JUDGE S COURT "AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLUK.nA INI nom %  %  % %  • h ,i .,• M am K I v HINDI.IN \. Kx< • • \ II v .. DTANNKN I %  HiilldliiK i IN PROBATE 61154-C FLORIDA NO •'• IH STKINIIOI.TZ TO CREDITORS III IV nit, II.i\ \-.,.ii-i sli NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HY ISIVK: %  • INK rl'HMM %  • %  Street. • %  \ \\ i 1 %  f.KR VIJ> v V H U.VR. >I. %  • M Mi R \N and i:\ \ I. Ml IRAN, lu~ wife, I • :. i %  i.. ill ~ NOTICE OF SUIT II uu .1.1' M MoRAN and I I. Ml IH IN. hiwile, i:. i is i.i%  San Bernai .1" I tad '...... •'.:'... %  ,,... y.M ARK HKKBBY NOTIFIKD that ,i ,-uii li.is been brouuhl aga n-i you li> UKRA1J) \ KEARNEY. I'lalntijf, for damages in the amount ..i TWO TlltM eAND.ONE IH VDHKD NINKv\ i iNH and %  i I t '•"' ;, "i I ''•i. \i:and to lmpr< M ^ %  %  I taUn illowlnR propert) gituata unty, l-'li.rlila: : I.,., i, Klo. k i-. .1 ri.Ki: RIDQE KKfTloN POl'R, according to the !• .,thereof ..i • %  n. i i" Plat Rook Ml, Page :".. "i the I'ubllr I; Ii : I '..•' %  "ouilt) Kl. Ida, ii I.I ^i t) wan -• led by Metrotan Sheriff's l..v> "n the 22nd .lay h tola r. r.i'..l no.i. r •' W i u I.I .u• II linn %  i .in.l 1 .'. All urn.I..f the defendant* In the hand* "i Ih. i'n.-i National Bank ni llomeatead, „ i, runda wi re B< !'• %  by \\ i it ol i>inn. in .i M .1 uiion -..I.I i:." in -ii n id. 2lh da) ol S. nlember, TAKK N.Ml. i: THAT \OI ARE i;i:.,.rii:i.i. TO I ll-K Y< 'I n A.N-u I;K • aald fompUilnt with the |< of llie aboxe Myled fourl and ,,.>.. v. MI) thereof "ii Plain) M.il l: ll. WKINTRAl'll ,,„! \ JAY fRISTOU 218 ft-curlty r • |iu Idlng, Miami. Kloi Ida, 33131, %  i.,., than the 13th da) of I'• • emi„ ... fnull ol In. li the n iilalntlfl %  nplalnt ivlll be inki-ii as admitted, and :i Dernuli Judgm. nt entci i tgalnat you. 1, vTKI ial Mian) I de l>iunt>. i hi da, ih 12th da) ol Kovamber, .1 [ %  • Mi "R M'KKN I 'I. k ..f t ol K. cord |., mil .... i tad. ount>. Klorlda ., It): JA MI:' IIENSON i.. I. \W iKI 'U'KS M itKRI I. u BlNTRAl B \ I \ \ fRISTtH, ... s. in • tiding : ...... i Ittorni 11'. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12773 i )Ki IROINAL .1. AI.ISSi:. i ... int i r t". \ MAI T.l.-I.i I AI.ISSE, I •• n.In in SUIT FOR DIVORCE T" M \ I'RIf |l I I AI-1SSK You I Utaa ar. > ri ih.ii II mil of fomplni Dlvoiv % %  h .>•••• n iii..) agalm i .II.I \ ..II ai %  • required to aerv. • ,,i voiir Anawer or Pleadlnu I Bin ,.f fnmnlalnt on th. MI,. i II. Manui I Zaiac, 302 ltic .in ling, Miami. Florida, and file • original Anaw'ci or Pleading In Ih. • %  „f ih.. Clerk of Hi. Circuit i-,.in i ..n or l.-fin-the ""Hi da) of Ii., .mi., r. IM3 II < •"! rail to do no Judgement b) defaull "ill be t Hgainxl yoti f"i the r< II. I d. manded .. Bill of Complaint. Thia notice nhall !••• published once each %  • %  • k for four conm-ciltlve weekr in THE -n:^ I--I1 %  RI1AN. DONE \Nl> ORDEREP al Miami, ,i, |i i I.I. ..I N'..\. mber, A I '. 191 i: II, I.EATHKRM VN, fl. rk, i Court, I lade Co lilt) Klorlda ... | %  !)' P roPELAND, rvnnt) i". M wrii. '/AIM' ...; I ii.i. n. I i'i Miami, Kloi Attoi n. v for Dli.intiff %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TI I'. IS HEREBY UIVI N the underaig I, ')••In*.' I, „ ,,. -.i ili i ii..' flctitlom fli'ES REAIJ ESTATE al lo. St Bay Hurl"" Inlands, Miami Be. :,4 Klorlda, Intend to reglat. name with the Clark ol the ) Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ItRKT i 'IPES SiM.M \ PIPES i n. i 1) '_ • %  i .I i .in.-, .in. I .]. ... ihI'VVARIi 1'i.i.Nll.il.TZ : ol 1....I. ,-,..,,, it) Judge* ol Dade .:,.. in aupii rovlded In Section i in tli. ir offlcea In ihouac in Dade .'..unwithin ilx ..ii.n.i... %  n tl,.. ,„„.. „, ,,,.. ,„ M Ol th. MOM Will I, i % %  ]• Ida, tin* r.-ii. \ I i rn".;! > LVIA >TI:I.NIIMI.I /. Al I v.nii iv t puMioatiua ..) this n..tl... ...i '^K-nvKKr""'"' • St. itris loi Ida 11 jj %  J'icE LN6ER -T.TIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY illVEN that %  M Ing %  IIMI. ti„ IPK •JII.I ," I* II. till.MlII.II.I.Ol "" WBAH .1 1230! N I'. Kth • irth Miami, Kla Intend la i am. M tli lh< Clerk .•! ii %  •) Dade County, KCHENBRENNKR H MIL I'li'MTM \N ii. .".>. II l-ll-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN 1HE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6JC 12704 vi IN n win w IKI M: WJ EI.KER, Hefendnnt SUIT FOR D'VORCE TO: IRENE WKI.KI i: | ;..| i .iii.ii ,.• Iv.ii i. Niagara Palla. N. V.rk v..ii ..re hereby i...tifi.) thai B I % %  "> %  plaint for Divorce aa been filed i-.iin-l you, and "•) are : -.init-.-.l to | nerve J .-I'v "f Vl,u nw. ing lo the foimilalnt on the plainll)) ~ Attorney. liriiNKTi' M") H, ISO un. ..in Road, Miami Beat h, i loi Ida, and file thioriginal Anaw. i %  • Plead ng in ih, office i.f ihC* ik ol .,,i Oourt on o| befoe* ihe "• %  %  %  '• .'.i 1 nf December, IMS. If you fall ).• do -o, III.II.-NI. nt b) default will be t..k. n i,.„ r< )•'• :• lef •). manded II HiDill f Complaint Thinotice •hall : • i %  "'" •' each %  ••• k for •' 1V ** in THE JEWISH Fl.i'IMl'l VN l ,Ni: \N). ORDER! D at M Florida, tin22nd da) of November, I A.D. II ... I i: I.I: ITHERM \\ l" l iii. un i -..in i. i lade %  Klorlda laeai) b) i x P:IKN. I l.'l.lll I • Bt'RXBTT R) 'Til 110 Lin. oli. Road Miami Ii. ... Ii i' IE S-7I2I Alli.ri,,) for I'I %  • ii %  :•, l-'.o-ri-.'" IN TH6 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61270-B IN RK Eat it••' lAl'Oll I'OCKER NOTICE TO CREDTORS To All Creditors anil All I'. •"Hi vur i >• manda Againai .-aiu N notified and re.,.111,.,i to pi. nt an) clalmi. and deind %  hi. n • %  > ,Jve agaInut ,,. ,., j X,-, ,|i 1 ,.. M It de, ,.,., fete of Hade .'..nun Horlda, ,., me Count) Judgei of Bade Luniv, and nitl" : "">' %  'i"|.ii. a iiii.i aa provided In Section 133.16, Klorlda siatni.-. In their offlcea in the pnniv Courthouac in ''adCounty, flor I,I within >i\ calendar month* from the time of tug Brat publication nete,„, or the game win be beared. ,,.,,,,! ,,, Miami, Klorlda, thia nth da) of Sowmb. '. A.D IN SYLVIA rrEKTSBACH AM I \..nlll' 1-1,—t publication of this no] e oa ,1,, % %  •,„i da) of NiiM-nib-r, \9iS. HAKICi WKBKN1CK Vttorney for Executrix • %  in "•'• Ulmmi um%. II •'-'%  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. S3C 12763 MARY ANN UMBER, 1 ",l \ THOMAS WILLIAM LAl'BEH I i, '.ii.Ian' SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl Tl). >MA< WILLIAM LAt'BER K.-i.i. n. •• I'nknown You. Tin .MAS WI I.I.I AM I.AI II:I: .,,, hereby notified thai a Bill of '..mi.lain) f..i I livorce hail h. • • %  fill d againai you, n nd | mired lo fc ,..\,. .i cop) ..I ...ii Anawer or Pleading in iliHill of Complaint on the Pliilntlfl attorney. STONE VNP BITTEL -". W. Plagl-i Si Miami Klorlda and file t ti 'Iglnal \nawei or Pleading in the offli of I r< Clerk of ii,, i %  i|i fourl ..n ..i )• %  f. r. I h. 6th .lav < %  :' Januar). I9t II you fall to ii.. -... Judgment h> default "ill he i for Ihe relief demanded in the B 11 of Complaint Thinotice al .11 he published one. each "• %  k for four ci u. ka .ii THE JEW l.-ll KI.ORIDIAN I M I\I: AM' ORDBRKD it M ami, Kloi Ida, thin 26) h .1 )) ol N'ovi A.D. I) K || |,K VTHERM \N %  rt, Dude < 'ounl Klorl.lii Hv: f. P COPEI. IND, l., STONE VND Bl I' PEL Room 105, 23 W Magi, r Si Miami. KlorU i Attoi n. >.for Pla 11 J" 12 IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH S ••• "IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN FOP ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C12546 ,,. DAI.LAVA, Intlff, :;.. iRUi: I TE I' M.I.W \. I.. r, mil.nt NOTICE OF PU"LICATlON • r i i IKmi IK '"i : )' • %  vVA, 22 VVnl I'iiii-n. l.:. M --• ,s V. •! QEORCIETTE I'M.LAN \ Walla,.Place, I'i'.t-Ii-l.l rhuaetta, are required to III. anxuer to the Complaint for Dlvoi with the Clerk of the above HIHI <• • %  a cop: ih. n .a in "ii oi> p NEURETTI, attorney, M0-11 Co %  gi-eax Bldg.. in M.E 2nd Vve) Miami. Florida, "ii oi before th. day of December, IM3, or ••!%  pla nt "ill b. la %  i onfei %  Dated al Miami, thli 1Mb day i b. r, i'."'.:'.. .. i: rt i i". \TIII:I:MAN. 'i..,k ..I ii i in Court I la.i< %  • mi: v. Florida i.. |. nv Clerk i.-'i: \i.i B f P •'' IPEI. \ N 11 22 29, I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, riCE IS HEREBY QIVBN lhat tl mderflgne I. dealrlng to angag. .„.., „„der the flctl) ou name ., PARK \i'\ KKTISIN.; a< Ml N V \ ... ,i si Hlaleah Uardei I ... :, ito res tcr wld Ihlhe I, .,, %  n„. ...mi ..nit ol Dade County, Florida .Il'l.i: I BALAHAN Sole 'i* '*> WAI.I'M )N. .'• HEN A R< IBERT8 || %  I %  r ...111 I'll'., '• I't 'I' Miami, Fla. u ,, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12703 • • \ROLTN LEE I'll TS, Plaintiff, CHARLES FRANCIS r.l'TTS, I,, I. n.l.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: fH Mll.KS FRANCIS BUTTS i I -.a.-) Cheatnul sir,.,t l.oik|...i i. New York You are hereb) notified that H Complaint for Divorce haw barn filed .iLMin-t you, and you are raqalred to nerve g oop) %  > your An-.r or l'l.ailing to the t'.ni'il.iiiil ..n the plaintiff* Attorney, BCRKHTT KOTII. K**iIL'.I Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ami file the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit fourl on or before the JOth day of December, IMS, If yon fail t.. .1" s... j idem, nl by defaull will i... raken against you for the relief do. manded in the Hill ol Complaint. Tins notice -linll l" published once I each week for four consecutive in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. I'i i.la. tin22nd da) "t Noi i nib< A.D i: |{ I.I: \ IHERMAN, i'i, rk, Circuit irl l lade > 'ounl > Kloi Ida is,all b) I. SNE1BDEN, i.. .in, I'I, rk lll'RNETT ROTH 120 I.ni. -.In Road Miami It. ... Ii. IMl... net -i I'la.nt.It IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12575 NOR v I'')". JOHNSON, PI ntlff, \ -. JOHN WILFARD J< HINSON 1 >. .l.iin. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'II JOHN W1LFARD JOHNSON Relmonl Park H n Elmon, N. V.nk V %  >I' VRE HEREBY not fl. I Complninl for Dlvnn e ha be. ngalnal you, ami you are hereby r. • miir. .1 to —i ve a > of your Ai • .wei lo the 'omplalnt on the 1'l.nn i„"s attorney. '• I" ST K R ROaER.crhoae addreas Is •-'. N W". 1 )tli Strei Mlnml, Klorlda, and file Ihe ol ,.f your Anawer in the office ol -i, k .. the I i Judicial I HI and for D ide i %  int) Klorlda, i or b. fore thi "' ''" p....:. in d. i .ait of lii.-li the Con x. HI i,, ink. n a' "Hi', --. .1 l you .. i. VTE1' th. -' Ih lav of Noi • n • % %  E B I.BATHBRMAN ... • i ''. It) illPOPELAND Deput) ,' • %  '' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPL FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 63C 12367 To w hom it Ma; f em: N'..n. %  It her,*) K %  • n that the ui derwigned petition. HETTY VIRO!> IA B VSS REMBREE, hoi a.l.lr--i' %  H W I SI i I %  th • \i ... i 'ounty. Florid lo the Honorab Judge ..< the El v. nth Judicial CI) cult, in ami for Dade County, at li office ni the County Court 11.m.,, v ,. \ \i on the l-itli d ..f i>. ...inii. r, I Ma, .i .noon th. .,ft. i a-inmay b< heard, for nr.l. r li a n g i i. li. i name froj BETTY VIRGINIA BASH BEMBRE : t,, HKTTT VIRGINIA BA8S VHU'llV b) which name ihe ahall thereaftir be known. l>..t..il at Miami. Florida, tin18 %  dav of November. AH. INS BETTY VIRGINIA BASS HBMBRE Petitioner KELLY. BROOKS X ROPES Attorn. )• t'.r Petitioner •JIN Alcaaar. Coral dablea, Fla. 11/22-29, 12 t 'll JS, 12 S-lt-M 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of i Reproduced on Bond Paper l WHILE YOU WAIT Cosh & Carry Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS



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Friday. December 6, 1963 knislrkrlcftor Page 7-D I stoddngJ and lon| sleeves, even m in broiling -eathar. Contact be( ,,n ultia-Orthodox boys and iris is rare The language ot I converse is mainlj YtaaUa and Hungarian A TV set i raritj in a borne „l' the ultraAttM Of Williamsburg. The average family mcludci five to seven children. Holiday music, dance and rituals i bserved with intensity. Durinj Simehal Torah, itroeta roped ff to permit dancing nd singing In the street! \ itarl was made wtth the V erj lhat the buys ot the various sects needed a camp. Sol jusl a typical camp with the usual range t physical activihes, sporU and cultural pro rams but a place also with ditional Jewish learning, iatt kosher tot Is, seneltivitji to ultraOrthodox ways and with some cial equally ortho.ox staif hers. To develop such a camp, the \ enlisted the backing t rabbis respected by the residentWith the help >>f Federation. Camp Morgen Avraham was created. i-,. v became the registration renter and the local point for the ramp's amities. To sum up first phase: "For the first ne, the ultra-orthodox people pped foot into the Y." Physical Education Tie Morgen Avraham Camp is ably Ihe only one ofl Its kind i der Jewish Center auspices ii re in the United States I? "l j long tune dream of T:..,mn who helped to or ze it : i ssed to a poii moments were made >) -'.:• High School boys to the physical educaDgr; m at the Y. at special p rates During the 1962-63 uch boys tM>k part m • .oi s imming, weighttumbling, basketball, box 1 imilar activities l r igram is standard for I i Y, The problems encountered th the boys definitely were For ii.stance. Gunner re "During the first swim on, a number of these boys. e 13 and 14. were going into the pool with their tzitzes and v rmulkes on until they were reassured by our rabbi on the staff thul Ihej need not wear them this ictivity." That official Young Israel rabbi, who reed to Ina consultant and quently assisted the Y with HAPPY CHANUKA GLORIFIED DELICACIES Delicatessen Restaurant Catering • PARTY PLATTERS if Gefilte Fish Blintzes Pirogen Knishes Home Cooked Meals Served WE DELIVER if 2133-35 Coral Way Phone HI 8-0601 ROOF LEAK? CALL VUTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phono: rN ACME • ^ KOOIIX. *r 685-1952 Erich Leinsdorf (left), conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, congratulates Moshe Atzmon, of Israel, on winning the Leonard Bernstein Prize at Tanglewood in Massachusetts. Atzmon also won second prize at the Mitropoulos International Conductors Contest in New York. Next March, he will be a quest conductor with the Israel Philharmonic and the Haifa Symphony. He was a 1962 recipient of an America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship the ultra orthodox members ai %  year-art und basis, The next stop was visits to the homes of key people to find a particular need an.! oiler to fill it in one case, said Gunner, "when we mentioned to the parent v observing ber daugta ler. that we could help to im prove her daughter's posture through ii nee. exercise and physical education, this particular parent then became interested in the Y in another effort, development Continued on Page 14-D HAPPY CHANl'KA UOIAUHTLY unos.. 1X1. Land Clearing & Heavy Equipment Rental 10470 S.W. 187th STREET CE 5-1206-CE 5-3722 Perrine, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS Hodge's Buick Service "FINE CAR SPECIALISTS" SPECIALIZING IN BUICK, CADILLAC AND OLDS • ALL WORK GUARANTEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS FRIGETTE SALES & SERVICE 6811 NW 7th AVENUE PL 7-0822 <7o ^411 £** l WisLs DONNELLY ADVERTISING The Donnelly Way OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in MIAMI FT. 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Friday, December 6, 1963 *, AMWC* n*rMrt9*,r> page 13-B T HE Mesivta of Greater Miami lit Id its third annual scholar ship dinner Sunday evening at the Waldman Hotel Rabbi Isaac ~,ult was guest speaker at the ilmner \\huh honored Leo Robin .mi FIT the oeca>ion. Mrs Rob son wore a black eyelette .heath over illusion with a deep \ squared neckline. Mrs Hyman Galbut, whose sband WM chairman of the nil chii>e i sleeveless black Ittl Her cowled i-oll.ir %  rded with jet tear rop ta Mrs i ii Metlman also black -ilk sheath. Her %  lured a deep V-ahaped : white ribbon laee over • die, Lemon yellow was r worn b) Mrs Solomon s, in!i A matching cashmere eaded with white cav s and pearls topped her T ireptofeK silk created the theIre nemhl* which was worn I MrHyman Gross. Urs Sam Ersoffl ensemble combined cranberry red silk Jumper with turtle-necked, three quarter -le eve pink chilfon blouse. A cirlUlar print of green, white and harcoaJ silk was Mrs. M David Blwitfs choice for the evening • • M RS. Harry Lerner's red silk cK::on sheath ha ol her overbl ouse were ejiftort in a imtldlliltT coTored satlff ANTIQUE white silk was the %  ^ fabric in Mrs. Sylvia Zemel's dinner suit. Her casual fitting jacket was softly tailored. Mrs. Samuel Reirhard wore a black and white floral silk print with a sweetheart neckline. Mrs Harry Rosenberg's black silk crepe sheath floor-length gown was topped with a black lace knit overblouse sparkling with black poillettes and trimmed with ranch mink on the three-quarter length sleeves. Mrs. Louis Pollack, whose husband was chairman of the arrangements committee, chose a red satin coat-dress, featuring a semi belted black and small scjlf1 fabric covered buttons down the frontAn emerald" green brocade was the choice of Mrs "Paul (l but. Mrs Leonard Zilbert's black brocade two piece ensemble featured a white mink collar. A black embossed silk with a high neckline in front which dipped to a decollete line in back was worn by Mrs. Barry Menin. Mrs. Soph e Schecter's silk combined a yellow floral print on gold. Miss Haya Weinberg's ensemble was from Paris. Her longsleeved black wool sheath was under a sleeveless white mohair tunic. The tunic had deep patch pockets over the hips. The perfect gift for enduring pleasure and enjoyment: &*" Orcrully Selected Domestic and Imported Furniture fabrics Carpeting Lamps and Accessories RICHARD PLVMER Miami 155 NORTHEAST 40th ST. • Plan 1-9775 WHERE TO FOR THE HOLIDAYS? LACAYUN BEACH HOTEL For an unforgettable New Year's Eve Plan Your Holidays at the Lacayun Beach Hotel ... Or NASSAU-the so-delightful spot of the Caribbean! ... Or JAMAICA-sun-filled, fun-filled Island ... Or so different SAN JUAN-or HOME for the HOLIDAYS BY PLANE OR TRAIN YOU'LL ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS MORE with the help of GLOBALTRAVELAGENCY 4551 N.W. 36th Street Phone 887-3176 COME BY AND GET ACQUAINTED! NOW WE ARE 3 f^amhli t tyUh c^ IfiJV O AVOCtM Dim f US #1 I1H r o IOI in* MMISTE1D, flOtlM PMOt SOUtSTfl MT-tJIt Hitm atmi Mm Cleaning-laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 907 NORMANDY D. (71st ST.) UN 4-2211 I 1020 LINCOLN RD. JE 8-3666 236 VALENCIA HI 5-26S1 CORAL GAILES > OPIH 7 AJM. P M. Urn* Day Service Never An fi.ro ""*•< >%  **—^a> M0 1-7693 FR 3-6327



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Friday. December 6, 1963 *Jew##? fkririimr Page 9-D no "thcr organized ,,,mnuinities" What, after all. .. |he pnrr>...e of minority or .,,,„„ %  Nevertheless, the I ,"„...< portrait of a community of plaintive pttiutatti llar(,,v at with hirteiUrt fact. \ recent jaunt through the in 0 | a popitlor work on Jew ish history. h:ou S ht these items in ligbl on Sunday. M.\\; 25. 10%. Jews m spires. Germany, engaged in lujvy combat igeJnat a frenzied t, of Crusaders and peasants. ., the Jews were overcome. killed themselves, singing "Hallel" > they died. A ,,.. %  ,• Simhah C oh Who* uther and seven ,,. then I % %  • '•''•" murdered. I led to accept baptism. v ,; u when he was paged to receive the sacrat he dreu a knife from bit clothing an I -tabbed one of hipreaaor* He wai killed <>n -pot | Couraqeovs Attack \i Carent % %  :. France, during gecoi -'de. there was a fierce battle between Jews and roup "i Cruaadera, The Jewa up tretnendooi resistance against superior forces. May 24. 1241. in Kranklort Main, when the Christian pop' %  > baptise a JewUh hiparenta and friends launched a courageous attack. Jewish eat il'tes were apalling. but the other side had considerable losae) •' I, ioldleri took such a • ment part In the conquest ,: Seville in ::*. that the King ol Castille .-• arded them with ., special settlement known B \ iliage ol the Jews." In May 1485. at the height of the Inquisition, a group of Mariano* boldly attacked the Inquisiitin Spirit In 1497. K^-.^ Kerdin.ind order r i the conversion of Simon Mainii, Chtefi Rabbi, as an example to hi•. %  ^lowers. The rabbi was bur;.-: %  :.;< to hi* neck but and. after seven ays, he died A few of his >• • he had held out with him, .'••:•• -pared, and sent i V.rn.i In 1648 ring the Chmiclmkl masi... I the Jews of Tulchin defended the city with remark ivery, only to he Holiday Greetings To Our Many Friends Construction Products Corp. BUILDING MATERIALS 6365 NW 36th AVENUE Phone OX 1-9180 Two of the nation's major medical institutions join forces for more effective action in meeting mounting community health needs and in alleviating the critical shortage of doctors. Formal affiliation of Montefiore Hospital with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University was announced recently. Present at the signing of the affiliation agreement are seated (right) Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University; Jacob W. Schwab (left), president of Montefiore Hospital. Standing are Dr. Marcus D. Kogel (left). Dean of Albert Einstein College of Medicine; and Dr. Martin Cherkasky, director of Montefiore Hospital. betrayed by the Poles, who were under liege The Poles, incidentally, were destroyed by the Cossacks, along with the Jew-. These random incidents don't prove very much, except that one must treat theories of "passive" Jewish social conditioning with care Whether Jews were more _o r less—militant than other minorities cannot be ascertained, but it seems evident that the Maccabean spirit did not die in the diaspora. 'At CHANUKA GREETINGS IT'S A TREAT TO BAT AT LfNDY'S DtUCATlSStN I RESTAURANT MO 7-3535 South Miami 1555 SUNSET DRIVE CO HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ALAMO CATERERS Yes %  :i-er for Industrial Openings, Office Part.es, Poc Fi'---s School Carnivals, Weddings and Bar Mirzvahs Children's Birthdays and Buffets. U* la—twit*—. SI.00 doi. and Cold Hor d O.u.rt. $5 00 hundred 9715 N.E. 2nd AVE., Miami Shores PL 7-6031 PL 1-4835 CORAL CABLES: SPECIALIZING in Individual BOX LUNCHES 2616 PONCE DE LEON. Coral Gables HI 6-2716 Trudy M. Seaton—Cheryl M. Seafon— Lee M. Seaton—F. L. Aldinger CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM RANOO'S SHISH-KA-BOB RESTAURANT 534 ARTHUR GODFREY R0. •* 2 363 "if you don't like the food you pay nothing!" 0 CHANUKA GREETINGS MR. and >IHS. PETKIt HEIAKK HAPPY CHANUKA SI Y## .%.V IIKMJ€ATKHSE\ (In Suniland Shopping Center) 11415 $ WXIE HI-WAY South Miami Ph. CE 5-3122 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA ARCH CREEK LUMBER CO., INC. 152*5 W. DIXIE HWY., No. Miami Beach Wl 7-3441 v:> ,V Sk wm KASHA MAN, THAT'S A DISH I CHANUKA GREETINGS WHITMORE ELECTRIC COMPANY. HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-1616 Cordial Best Wishes (or the Holiday Season FLORIDA POWER ft LIGNT COMPANY HILPIM9 0UILO riOKIA



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Friday; December 6. 1963 *UnistrfrrkJijr Page 5-5 Beach Hadassah Meetings Monday 1 Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Medical Organization representatives meet to plan Henrietta Szold Day luncheons. All 15 groups will hold their Henrietta Szold Day celebrations on Dec. 23. Seated (left to right are Mrs. Ben Steiger, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Irving Shapiro, president. Shaloma Group; Mrs. Ben Sanderson. Stephen S. Wise Group; Mrs. Meyer Golden. Hadassah Medical Organization chapter coordinator; Mrs.. Charles M. Krupit. Southqole Group; Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, president, Southgate Group; and Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz. Southgate Group. Standing (left to righ) are Mrs. Sam Schiifman, Stephen S. Wise Group; Mrs. Otto Sandman, Mrs. Sam Ruban, Brandeis Group; Mrs. Johan L. Berman, Emma Lazarus Group; Mrs. Esther Levitz, Deborah Group; Mis. Eva M. Blum, Hannah Senesch Group; Mr<=. Joseph Alexander. Henrietta Szold Group; and Mrs. Gus Roberts, president, Bay Harbor Group. Turchin, Galbut To Head Fund Drive for Home Miami llcach Councilmen Robert L. Turchin and ityman P, Galbut hjvc been named general chairmen of the campaign fund dinner committee of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida Their appointment and acceptance were announced this week by Mrs. Joseph K. Kciscr. president of lie kosher coavaleaceul and nursing home also known as Bikur (holim. \ *• Chanuka Party At Aged Home Annual Chanuka party Of the Greater MUml Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, will be held in Sunday. 2 pm. President Mrs. Laurence Silveri n \ull preside at the traditional (llelightms ceremony, and Mrs, Siiverman will distribute gifts Refreshments will be served Mrs Louto Makovaky will introduce Klamar Horosny, ho will ; i program of popular Gypsy lie Plans were announced recently to add a 75-bed facility to the present 55-bed home located in Miami Beach's South Shore area at 310 Collins Ave. "We are honored that two such distinguished community leaders at Councilman Turchin and Galbut hava assumed thase post* of responsibility," Mrs. Kaiser said. A gala dinner to be held in Miami Beach in early February will highlight the campaign fund activities. Turchin and Galbut said. A committee to work with them is now being organized. Both Turchin and Galbut were elected to the Beach Council in their initial tries for public oftice last June Turchin heads his own construction firm, and Galbut is an attorney. The Jcwisn i onvalescent Home has hern accepted for recognition by both the American Hospital As^ociation and the Blue Cross of Florida thii year, according to Sidney Sicgel. executive director, Following groups of Miami Beach ('liauU'iof HadasstU kave la meetings tor Monday, during which final arrangements for! group Henrietta Szold Day luncheons will be made: Bay Harbor Group will hold a regular luncheon meeting at the Singapore Hotel at 11:30 a.m. Program will be in observance of Chanuka. with music and songs by Larry Blue. President is Mrs. Gus Roberts. i Esther Group will hold a noon luncheon meeting at the Bel-Aire Hotel Program will be a film entitled Henrietta Szold." President is Mrs. Haiti Safir. Israeli Group will hold a noon meeting at the Algiers Hotel Zvi Sax will speak on "Youth Aliyah Children Celebrate Chanuka. Louis Mahofsky will present a musical program accompanied by Carol D'Arcy at Hue piano. • Emma Lazarus Group will hold a regular meeting at the Washington Federal Auditorium. Normandy Isle, at 12:30 p.m. A Chanuka celebration with a candlelighting ceremony and color slides of Hadassah Hebiew University Hospital will be narrated by Mrs. Harry Kastan, program vice president. .Mrs. Norman Meyers is president. Morton Towers Group will hold a regular meeting in the restaurant at Morton Towers at 12: A film on the medical wore: of Hadassah will be shown, ai refreshments will be served. Mi Samuel S. Goldberg is presiden Shaloma Group will hold a rei lar meeting at DiLido Hotel. Li members will be honored durn a candlelighting ceremony, ai Mrs Morris Kripple will be h< •tess in honor of her anniversary. President is Mrs. Irwin Shapiro Henrietta SSzold Group will ht I a general m eting at the Algi< Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Members w present a Chanuka program, ai i refreshments will be served. Pre • dent is Mrs. Herman Feller. Life Members Added to Division Three new life members ha-e been added to the Women's Division of Variety Children's Hospit. it was announced this week I/ Mrs. George Lewis, president, at-i Miss Ernestine Barber, membe ship chairman. Named wore Miss Freda Got man. Mrs. Kathryn V Willian -, and Mrs. Mildred H. Williams. Women's Division is current / planning its major hind rasii .' event of the year, to aid the hi pital's building fund, a gala he day ball on Dec. 19 at the Fo tainebleau Hotel. THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FlA'R • TUTORING CH110RIN .nd AdjlM All Etjmansery JH.gh School Subjects. Also Commercial Studies Qualified leecher. IVA GIASSMAN Phena JE 4-4982 fc IMPORTANT NOTICE THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND ANNUAL BANQUET on SUNDAY. DECEM3ER 8 WILL START PROMPTLY AT 6 P. M. Guests are requested to plan accordingly si a r ere u-i*hes lor a joyous holiday season A sureets for 4'hanukahl A GREETING CARD! 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agwjsus*'. "S£.3*JT ^ %  ;;§*£ [Miami, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1 963 +J**Mh norMgnri Similarities Between Maccabees Then # Now • V0teiPE>lET2 f-LKINS — \ t Page 13-C THE %  milaritiei between Ihe „, JIaccalftRi sj ,e*ha,lt • "' %  >BW prayers, during tinseason ami the iiiixieni MaccabtM who have in.ide IIS all proud by eatao UahiQg ..n independent Jewish State are many. Whor chanting the ancient worda h the AmidaJi Prayer a ided during Chanuka. we could be thinkirie jf the Israel Defense Army ,. well is ot Mattathtas the fflgl Priest and hjs sons the Haameni ana. In 1948. C.E si well ns in 165 B.C.E., •Thou didst r %  • to their defense and and dirt t vindicate their cause Thou didst brinj; retribution upon the ev c'oers. delivering the strong jnto the hands ol the weak, the many into the hands of tho lew. the winked into the jjanfls i : the just, and the ;u •ogart ."to the hands ol those devoted to Thy Torah Victory Party But there, unfortunately, the parallel in the prayer ends—be bause the ancient Maccabees, 'Immediately after gaining politi cal .iM''-pendence. "came into Thy dwelling place, cleansed the Tempi?, purified the Sanctuary. i ..mi kindled lights m Thy sacred courts ." Their goal was %  lear pj were struggling t" purge their religious worship ironforeign elements. Their ibjectivi was to regain the Tempi< :or God. to remove the idols and restore the proper Lvorsjn ; It was a religious ocrasiftfl, £nd has been eelehial ed evei since through religious ere !" fe •-. prayers, and kindling tbi Chanuka mennrah. Tot; in Israel it seem-, at least this observer, that the modern Maccabees are so elated ovr: having won the war that the cetebration which should be rwdeilication to Jewish ideals m<:<. a victory party. In both Venn Atima'ut (Independence Da; I and Chanuka celebrations, ftheer physical prowess has i( • ie be all and end all of trr tattle. La^ .'nuka I as In Israel and v Inessed the parade "1 sehOt children triumphantly marching by the thousands through the streets of Jerusalem with t'i?ing torches raised on high lighting up the dark sky MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc Concplata Abstract and Till* Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH C:-:.-.:;UKA GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prticription Specialists 97J1 N.E. 2nd Avanua D • Opp. Shores Theatre SEASON'S GREETINGS THE HACK FAMILY MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone FR 3-2038 Via-? Our Store on U.S. 1, P:cr.lotion Key. Florida "Key Payialr" Heralding the religious freedom symbolizing the Chanuka celebration New York Mayor Robert Wagner signs into law the recent Fair Sabbath Bill, making it possible for small family stores to be operated on Sunday if they are closed on Saturday. and blue and v. lute flags blowing in the cold evening wind These children were proud, and they had a right to be. I was proud with them. I will not deny that the Jewish flag brings a lump to my throat to this very daj And I saw enough Israeli flags during a year's visit to Israel SO that were it a shallow emotional indulgence, it would have worn off a long time ago. My hack has been straightened by Israeli accomplishments in Continued on Page 14-C MA LA JOXES Flowers for All Occasions DELIVERY • Cut Flowers e Polled PIJM* • Corsagti Funer.il Dtsigns • Weddings Parties 1910 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 4-5790 TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MO 1-5831 5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FLORIDIAN REALTY • REAL ESTATE BROKER • 1650 NE 123rd STREET Phone 754-7771 SIEGEL'S of GREETINGS TO ALL U. S. PlastattiMpany Plastering %  Lathing Stucco — To Please You No Job Too Small or Too Big 1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 4-8115 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE DAWSONS MARTIN DOUGLAS DONALD INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC MOLDERS, INC. INJECTION MOULDING MOLD MAKING 680 W. 18th St., Hialeah TU 7-7428 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL EAGLE ARMY-NAVY DEPARTMENT STORES SERVING FLORIDA FROM HOMESTEAD TO STUART HAPPY CHANUKA 2134 NORTH'S'tsr -M^MI COURT • MIAMI 37, FLORIDA 'Greater Miami's Friendlietl Priming Plant" TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS YOUR FRIENDLY KWIK CHEK STORES FOOD STORES ''There's One Xear You' CENTRAL HARDWARE CO. 545 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-0836 MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA WISH OUR CUSTOMERS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Hulldoi-N Service, Inc it' 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida CHANUKA GREETINGS REYNA FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC. 928 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 374-4304 C E t T I N G S I Smith Hamilton Shop GIINDINC SERVICE 231 S.W. Ith STREET r*0*£ T* 3-2504 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Hugo Hair Stylist* rot root NEW mn smt 15*1 SUNSET DRIVE, CORAL CARIES Near U4 Umi) Phon, MO 7-2213 AIR-CONDITIONED LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO. Established in 192< INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL i640 NW 48th STREET Miami, FU. NE 4-4591



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Page 12-A *Je*istincr*fiar7 Dr. Abba Hi I lei Silver Passes Away at Age 70 '-' Continued from Page 1 A ducted by Rabbi Leon Feuer, of Toledo; and Rabbi Arthur J. Llyveld, of Fairmount Temple, Cleveland. El Moleh Rachmin, the traditional prayer for the departed, was chanted oy Richard Tucker, of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Abba llillel Silver was born in the Lithuanian town of Neistadtt, the son of Rabbi Moses Silver. He was the fifth generation of rabbis in his family and one of his sons. Daniel, is also a rabbi. Young Abba Silver was brought by his parents to the United States at the age ot 8. and grew up on New York's lower East Side. He studied at the University of Cincinnati and at the Hebrew Union College, being ordained a Reform rabbi at HUC in 1915. His first congregation was the Elf Street Temple, at Wheeling. W. Va. In 1917. he came here as spiritual leader of The Temple ii this city. In World War I. he served as a chaplain in the U.S. Army in France, and later received J. high decoration for his service from the French Government. Rabbi Silver, building his congregation in Cleveland from a small synagogue to one of the outstanding religious institutions in the country, with a membership of more than 2,500 families, attracted wide attention early in his ministry through his theologDff. ABBA HIILU SILVER Giant in Zion ical writing, his vigorous and powerful oratory, and his advocacy of civil rights, the rights of labor, and his activities toward ending unemployment. Meanwhile, he had become one of America's most impassioned jnd most effective spokesmen for the rebirth of the Jewish Homeland in Palestine. He was chair man of the American Zionist Emergency Council in 1933-34 and again from 1945 to 1948. During the latter period, he was one of the leading fighters for world Eionv ism at the new United Nations, and was one of the most prominent participants in the UN debates that led to the UN's adoption of the Palestine Partition Plan in 1947. He had also served as president of the Zionist Organization of America, chairman of the American Section of the then Jewish Agency for Palestine in 194648. and as co-chairman of the I'nitcd Jewish Appeal. At his death he was chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond Organization. He had been president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, a member of the board of trustees Of the American Civil Liberties Union, and active in the Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Welfare Federation and the Jewish Community Federation | of Cleveland, the Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Jewish Publication Society. 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fleneral Chairman Leonard Rosen (left), congratulates Jacob
lohen who wi"l b hen ^d 'an. 5 at the Deauville Hotel at
the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk, whose son attends the
Academy, will be principal speaKer at the SlOO-a-couple
function.
Herman Wouk Will be Principal Speaker
At Hebrew Academy Award Dinner Jan. 5
at the Hebrew Academy. Kosen an-
nounced He reported the nal of
1.600 persons for the 16th annual
dinner "attainable, it all members
keep up their hard work."
Wouk i- .1 visiting professor at
\\ -h'\.: I ni> ersitj in New York
City and holds Ihe honorarj de-
gree ol Doctor di Humane Letters
from Yeshiva, granted in 1955. lie
received an AB ir nn Columbia
Universit) in 1934
Before entering the literary
field Wouk spent many years as
a radio writer, many of them as
script writer for comedian Fred
Al.en. He served as a presidan-
tial consulting expert in the U.
S. Treasury Department during
the 1941 promotion of war bonds.
It was during hi- military ca-
er thai Wouk first seriouslj con
templated entering the literarj
field Hi- lour year- as a nava
officer in the Pacific during World
War II gave him the basis tor his
moat acclaimed of novels. "The
Caine Mutiny" The book quickly
received worldwide approval. It
received the Pulitzer Prize for fie-
linn and to 'late has sold over two
million copies. It has been made
into an important motion picture.
Wouk -pert three years a- -ca in
the Pacific war. His last post
u.i- that of executive officer of the
tss Southward, a destroyer mine
-weeper He earned tour campaign
Stars and a unit commendation rib-
bon
Many critic- have acclaimed his
no: fictional work. "This is My
C id," by far hi- most inspirational
woik. The boi k d ah with Judaism,
t iching ;t.- hi-:;>ry. beliefs, liturgy
and observant i
His' lafesi book! "Yout gblood
Hawke," ii another best seller.
Pulitzer Prizewinner Herman
M .uk ha- accepted in Invitation t
i. principal -r sker at the 16th an-
i ial scholarship dinner of the
, i iti r Ml iml Hebrew Academy,
i ouig M '.ut;i r president and
i ,...., i i: ten, -< neral managei
meed VVednesdaj
Wouk. Whose famil) i- listed <
t]M rounders "i the Hebrew
. lent). has a son Nathaniel, in
HERMAN WOUK
the ninth .tide of the South- only
lit brew a) school offering com
plet< clemet'larj school and junior
high currii ula
ib' Cohen, Miami Beach In
dustnaliitt, hotelman and philan
thrupist. will be honored at the$100
iple dinner, scheduled Jan :> at
i.. ;>,.,. le Hotel in Miami
Beach
Former Miami Be.ich Council-
man wolf ie Cohen Wednesday was
named chairman of a special hon-
orary committee for the gala func-
tion, always one of the social high-
l.ghts of the Jewish community.
Named to the committee were
Samui I Cohen, Mr- Sarah Czech.
rles Fruchtman, Harrj Genet.
pau| Gordoi Mrs Jennie r Mr- Pauline Grundwerg, Jay
\ Ki-lak. Samuel i Levinson, Mar
,.,. Liber man, Merwitzet li
E Miller. Jack S. Popick, Samuel
Reinhard, I eo Robinson, Sam
Schwartz and Mrs. Virginia sd
verb)
Maurice Reviti and Ben I Bin
(1,.r an chairmen ol the
Mith Jack A Cantor an I
Joseph Cohen a- co chairmen.
The dinner committee will hold
. .; r<.. | session at 10 .* m S
Following his release from ac-
tive military duty, he launched
his writing career with "Aurora
Dawn." a short satiric noval
about big business in New York
City, published in 1947.
rVOlrif Aurora Dawn" wa- followed th.'
next year by The City Boy." a
story of boys growing up in New
York, that won him acclaim from
the San Francisco Chronicle and
other paper-.
Wouk al-o wrote a highly suc-
ce-ful play The Caine Mutiny
Court Martial" based on his novel
He entered the romantic novel
field with publication of "Mar
Jorie Morningstar" in 1956, later
made into i movie
Wouk. who is deeply interested
in Hebrew studies is a member ol
the President's Council of Yeshiva
University. He spend- most ol his
: ,,- tune reading and ha- read
everj word he ha- written to hi-
wife. Betty s.irah. who types his
manuscripts.
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Pcge 2-B 9>Jmls9>nurMb£> Friday D M/zrachi Women Will Hear Editor's Talk at Hebrew Acad. Mr, H •" N". Scl %  X|: '" •. %  %  %  •/ i ter; Mi %  Kn %  [/Mill Tokayer. Dov WeistUus, Ui\„ MrDonald > hrager. Mrs. Saul Porugh, MrJoseph newly-formed j %  %  i Won i d an 1 i award \> ration to 1 .-rat. and • Stal ker a: ;•_-.,K hedMrs A'.9 artz Mrs. Abral %  I Mil I HIT Mizrachi iude refr< and Julius ; co-chairmom >e addition of all to their commit". Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers Will Receive Woman of the Year Award at Dec. 27 Fete Contiixied fre-n Page 1-B the Miami Beach Bar Atni (be Florida Ba: sociation Ace < ptii ol board in 1953. six was twice reelected to that offi g a? \ice-chairmac for three year;. Mrs Meyers >er.tcd Hadassah Fete Slates Speaker At the follow ing temple* honoring Hadassah Sabbath on Friday and Saturday, speakerfrom Hadassah will be: Mrs. Stanley Bulbin. "Hadassah's Role in Our Modem Times." Flagler Granada Center: Mrs Ann Goldberg. "The Hadassah Way of Life."' Temple Zamora: Mrs. Henry Gilman. %  lihe Role of Hadassah in Israel."' Temple Judea: Mrs Morris Herman. "Hadassah Greetings." Temple Beth Shirah: Mrs. George Katzman. "Hadassah and the Four Freedoms." Dade Heights Congre gation. Mrs. Michael Krop. The Moving Finger." Beth Moshe Congregation: Mrs. Elaine Salzman. "The Hadassah Story." Southwest Center; and Mrs Irwin Lin, "Hadassah Today." Tifereth Israel Congregation Rabbis will devote sermon? to Hadassah or irclude a special tribute at Adath Yeshurun. Beth Am. B< < Kodesh. Beth Shirah and Beth Torah. B'nai Abraham, B'nai lorn, 1-r:.elite Center. Or Olam. i thavat Shalom, Ten • Sinai. Temple Zamora and Temple 2 A Edw ard Cch' : the ". hapter of Ha-ah. Now is tbfi tim e, for Now is< Amer:. men lawyers at the Internationa) Federation of Women Lawyers meeting in Istanbul, ar.d has beer, active at similar •r.nzi in Manila and Helsinki. A delegate to the World Z. nisi IT, MrMeyers has continued to demonstrate her deof Israel and has visited the country Speaker at Uhe Woman i Tear luncheon will be Mrs. Joan Comay. wife of the I>rael Ambassador to the United Nations, and the musical presentation will be by the internationally renowned ist Join Field. Mrs Samuel Simnnhoff. president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the HebrewUniversity, ha; announced that chairman of the luncheon will be Mrs. Max Weitz. and awards chairman is Mrs Jack S. Popick Woman of the Book chairman is Miss Lillian Goodman. Tell your husband vou made them yourself. Now is the tune for Dromedam DATE-NUT ROLL J to come to the aid of your parties! READY TO SERVE DESSERT CAKE made with enso. chunky walntts and the world's choicest dates' Y$t kmm it's fctffcr— e bM tot tto Mil etwf IIOMEBMY CHOCOLATE HOT ElMU MT i MMCE-MIT ROLL At grocers everywhere



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j Page 14-C +Jp-isti nrridf&nn Friday, December 8, 1963 OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS "WE BUILD FLORIDA" 575 SW 22nd AVE. Phone 374-8401 BEST WISHES "OR THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS GOODY SHOES THE LARGEST FAMILY SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORES IN THE SOUTH SHOP THE STORE NEAREST YOU !i TO ALL GREETINGS HIALEAH STEEL PRODUCTS STEEL FABRICATORS WELDING & RAW STEEL • 2417 West 8th Lane Hialeah, Fla. TU 8-7221 CHANUKA GREETINGS NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS, INC. COMPLETE HOAAE PEST CONTROL SERVICE 328 NE 13th STREET FR 9-7663 HAPPY HOLIDAYS from HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC. 1100 EAST 41st STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 688-4621 R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS Established 1937 Manufacturers Representative — Paper Products SERVING FLORIDA JOBBERS OVER EIGHTEEN YEARS 2054 OAK AVE., Coconut Grove P.O. Box 108 Phone HI 3 1621 TO ALL .GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. Miami Beach JE 1-1872 A Happy Chanuka to the Jewish Community A. D. SMITH, REALTOR 260 95th Street, Surf side UN 6-9755 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA BONDED SPRAY SERYMCE ROOFS PRESSURE CLEANED-GUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS TILE-GRAVEL-SLATE-ASBESTOS 99 NW 79th STREET Phone PL 8-1865 Similarities Between Maccabees Then, Now Continued from Pac,t 13-C science, industry, and agriculture as have those o| .ill Dl .1,us But I wondi ii',i to raj sell as I watched whether theae young sapptings received nisi ruction in their schools aliout their anontoN havmc DOTH the. first in history to win a victory for religious freedoms or did they just warn about winning a victory? Renewal of Spirit Lei us look further hack in Jewish history. Ones before our ancestors gained independence front their oppressive tyrants. Thai was when they bran Pharaoh's yoke and began a long journey w Men eventually led to a great period "i Jewish independence. That event is ceto< l rated unto this day n is a celebration in which we idealize the concept <>t freedom for us and all mankind. Passover in the Jewish mind has always signified the end of tyranny and enslavement, not the death ol the Egyptian pursuants. This is bow Jews celebrate an historical event: They abstract the spin tual meaning of it and put that on the pedestal of adoration. Now that Jewish independence has once again been achicv TOR THE very Best IN liMI'ORARV OIFICE HELP r\i.: mit "The Girl in the While Gloves" MANPOWER INC. i ii I • %  IIOI nciM ORICIIll Miami FR 3-7618 Ft. Lauderdale 525-5148 TO ALL GREETINGS .lows .1. BROTMAN 430 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS TIP FREEMAN'S PAINTINGS PICTURE FRAMING Large Selections of OIL PAINTINGS & PICTURE FRAMES 732 N.E. 79th STREET Phone PL 4-8221 GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS JUDY'S KNIT SHOP has moved to newer & more modern quarters 1520 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-9318 "The Psychology of the Bible" is the subject of a conversation between Mark Van Doren and Maurice Samuel presented in two parts on Eternal Light early this month. The programs were part of eight weekly telecasts which mark the 13th year on television of the Eternal Light, produced by the Jewish Theological Seminary. & ed. let it siumtv a renewal of the Jew isti spirit. Let Yom At.ma'ut as well as Chanuka rmphasize the great moral achievements ol our people when they were a free creative nation. Let Israel strive to bring Into the world an Amos as well as a Judah Maccabee. An Isaiah along with a Bar Koehba The Jews have always been a facile and pliable people When forced to become money-lenders, they were successful business. men, when only the professions were open to them, they became the best doctors, lawyers, and scientists Now that they are permitted once more, they have showed themselves to be good farmers. 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The victory of Jewish spiritual values over Greek materialistic paganism was .< significant one in the annals of mankind But todaj we are celebrating thai victory by lauding the values of the enemies of our ancestors subdued. No Misunderstanding Let no one misunderstand, Whoever suggests that Israel should not have as strong an army as is humanly possible, or denies it the right to have a nuclear reactor, or to purchase French mv.-tcre jet planes, when •even enemies are standing at its borders in battle stance ready to pounceon it should it turn its back, is both unrealistic and not a friend of Israel. But let f, us not celebrate it Rather let • us cry over it. The fact that SO much money, human resources and creativity must Inchanneled into military readiness ia most lamentable situ. tion, Judaism should e orb this rampant nationalistic spirit both in Israel and the rest o| the world. 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Tzqe 14-B *Jfnist> flwMM t V J %  obert Friedman Dean Perlmufter Barry Fleicher Jeffrey Katz Dean Perlmutfer ,ar MiUvah ol Dean, son of Mr. .1 Mrs. Nathan I'erlniutter, will celebrated on Saturday morn.. Dec. ". at TVmple Kmanu-El Irving Ulirman win officiate \ student in the eighth grade Bl utilus Junior Hurt Dean is inested in Journalism, stamp col %  tinu. fishing and sports ol all he Cell Irani will be honored at reception on Saturdaj al the uville H< tel. Terry Chaney Terry Lynn, daughter ol Mr, and S, Stanley Chaney. will he Bas tzvah on Saturday morning, Dec during services conducted by ..hhi Daniel M Lowrj al Temple lai. An eighth grade student at Nor -,d Junior High, the celebrant Norton Tire Co. Has Anniversary Norton Tire Company, one of the •.ion's largest dealerin B. F. .odrich tires, will celebrate its C.-.h anniversary this week. %  resident Norton Pallot an%  .meed that the event will be the asion for a mammoth sale and nstructio-i of a new branch at '. Ji s. Dixie llwy. to serve the ndall South Miami Dadeland has been a student of the Temple's Religious School for two years. Robert Liberman Saturday morning services, Dec. 7. ,u Tcmpli Zion will include the Bar Mitzvah ol Robert Jay Liber man. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman "it.i iating. Robert is a seventh grade -lu dent at West Miami Junior High and plans in continue his studio in the Temple's confirmation class. Mr. aid .Mrs. Haskell Liberman will host the lineShabbal on Frida) evening and the Kiddush on Saturday in their son's honor Celebrant i< the grandson <>i Mr and Mrs. Charles Col. berg and Mrs I". iel Liberman. Robert Lithman Beth Moshe Congregation will be the sile of '.he Bar Mitzvah observance of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Max Lithman. on Saturday morning. Dec. 7. during services conducted by Rabbi Simon April Robert is a student of the congregation's Hebrew School and attends North Miami Junior High, where he plays trumpet in the or-i < hestra. The celebrant will be honored at the Onen Shabbat on Friday eve ning, at the Kiddu li following the ceremony, and al a family dinner Saturdaj evening in the Balmoral Hotel. Barry Fleisher Dr. Irving Lehman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Barry Fleisher and also present him with the Ner 11 oid Religious Award ii. L. srvices at Temple EmanuBl on Saturuaj morning. Dec. 7 Barry is .;:i eighth grade -indent at Ida M. Fisher Junior High. M here he is on the volley ball team and a drummer in the advanced rand. In Knimaini-KI's Boy Scout Troop 65. he is a first class -cout and a patrol leader. Heis also interested in little league baseball, tishing and rock collections. Barents oi I ,e celebrant are Mr. and Mrs. Noah Fleisher. C.ratgrandmother is Mr.s. Frances Liederbach. Following : the services, he will be honored at a reception to be held at the Delano Hotel. Robert Friedman Robert Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs William Friedman. 7723 Harding Ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah during services on Saturday morn ing, Dec. 7. at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Dr. Isaac Hush Ever will be officiating rabbi An eighth grade -indent at Nautilus Junior High, Kobrt plan.to continue hireligious education at Agudath Israel Synagogue, Active in baseball, football and b ball, the ceU-branl plans to IMJOr in journalism. Born in Cl larleston, W Va., the Bar Mitzvah received his earlj education %  ere ai .1 w< n several scholarships from Hebrew and Sunday school. His great-grand lather was founder o| r.'nai Jacob Synagogue in Charleston, and his granutainer, Samuel S. Shor, was active in many philanthropic institutions and organizations. Following the services. Robert will be honored al a reception. Alan Rosenthal On Saturday morning. Dec. 7. at Temple .ludea. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Alan Rosenthal. An eigh'fi grade student at South Miami Junior High. Alan plans to continue his religious studies. A sport enthusiast, he has won awards jn baseball at the South Miami Recreation Park. Friday. December 6, 1963 SnnofM.'. andMrs Ku.eneRos.,,,, 5750 s\\ 57UI 1<< "Wl SSA ^ honored at.the O** "habbal on Fridaj evening and a. ,;;, %  K,d.u-h following -Icereon Saturday. Jeffrey Kati ,;.„. Mitzvah of Jeffrej Ahw Kati wi" '"' celebrated on Saturday morning. Dec 7. at Beth Israel congregation, with Rabbi H Louis Rottman officiating. An honor roll student. .H'ffrey ls in th.' eighth grade at Naul.lus Junior High. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz will honor their son at the Ki=du>h following Hie eereroonj and at a home reception on Saturday. The celebranl .s the grandson ol David Katz. Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs, William Simon. NewYork City, all of whom will here f"'" ""' occasion, We're reserving the in your name in Tel Aviv Also five thousand years of Holy Land history. Plus all the pleasures of Tel Aviv, one of the world's most exciting cities. Not to mention the fine restaurants, swimming pool, superb service, and smart shops of the elegant air-conditioned SheratonTel Aviv Hotel overlooking the Mediterranean. For Insured Reservations, just see your favorite Travel Agent, or call this Sheraton number: 3770275 SHERATON TEl AVIV HOTEl T*l Aviv, Israal FIRST" NORTH THIS WINTER! IMPROVED SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 14 A6AIN FIRST AGAIN FIRST AGAIN FIRST in all-weather dependability, convenience and peaceof-mind...in choice of MORNING AND AFTERNOON departures of the Streamliners SILVER METEOR and SILVER STAR. in modern private-room Pullmans and latest-type center lounge coaches — reclining seats reserved m advance Ample lounges for all, including tavern observation car; Pullman-travel SUN LOUNGE. in dining car meals — Seaboard is famous for excellent food at reasonable prices, gracious service. 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Decen.b er6.1963 • k nitfIrk ir Minn 1 Page 15-E iop Carroll [l Report Ecumenical keporl ; '"' Jewish ('""i I Ecumenical Coun | h relations wlU I • Most Reverend | n. 1)1). Bishop P. .. DopontPlm |„n Mi i evening. Dec. ic I announced by 1 ihe American a nd the Greater it i ,|, ration, co ipon| ..in lenth lr '" n li """' resent bis obLn' "'"'">' "P" r,i 1 ,t thr Council includnl the proclamation i ople. The Counci J fnt ,i ii d that the events in particular, its nt ,,, ifixion, cannot lain, hatred, or fution i ; the Jews. f Lefcourt, president of SrNter Miami Jewish Fedn, *nd David B. Flemn, _*nt of the Greater Miami |tr of 'he American Jewish nittee. announced the plans lishop Carroll's report to Jewish community. L ii ni the program will | shop Carroll's David Dai j .... iatc director of the i mm it tee Col |n H ni Moderate a following the | %  will bo pre consisting of AlI Broad. Lot 1 Dr Penti Scheinberg I : man (<>r the o\ a |. MIMilton Margulis, and r angements is III i Dub; I' one out tO I %  | leaders of Fed \ ish community and j American Jew lomm:" Blue Star Camps Eye '64 Season Blue Si.ur %  %  le, \ C will i ml • eek 27 with the %  %  p L< id I i the L'.iitcd %  \ I la ror the ; 'l, by ".i Harrj Popk i %  founders and coI I six : ... I i ampmis foi i boys rls (he Bl u Rid e MounK^Jbittii.'H'ica STAliL %  SAMM i NI; II. %  i ... i i ii. i, i '. %  .: %  %  Klrod : \l i i i '., • I' Chapel, lcl II tl V l!ll itPARKER, living i: ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ••Jf #*£ fkridtoftfi •olicits y ur legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR :1-I605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE nil ii.. i i,. i.. iiii .i in \. i i %  %  lien .i i ow n staff and I u ilities are de-i-i I : % % %  • immed espec•<• Ri\< raid iallj foi the different age and gra c nn up, beginning at -even or afti i .1 mpli ting the first le, and continuing through 17 NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW \ U'K I!" HEREBY C.1VKN I H,. ml. i i 'Irlni i" • i'-" l Stanli > I ii n. • >< _,,,, .. unili '' • Mi mill Mr* liairj Miif*on attendvMKltl<".\X TUIM SHOP ni I'' N \\ Jmi AVi hrni mi Sol; Ion Iirothei -. JHI k Miami, Florida RABBI ISAAC IV IK irkling Week Biscayne Oval 1*1 to The Jewish Flondun) lirkl holiday week's ahead i racing fans with (featun. ai Biscayne Kennel led Irish American uonsh'p climaxes Dee. 21 per ll ree distances, it fol| I All Florida Cham } similar S2.i.ooo-plus four home In the t • i .HI Emerald [ale the international %  eliminations for I i Derby are slate I Rabbi Ever Opens Lecture Series Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever has inaugurated a series of N iddish lee tures based on "The p I the Week at tgudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Scheduled for one Saturday a month from 3:15 to 5:15 p.m., the series is opt n to i le public The lecture on Dee 7 will he on the 54th nn iual convi Ihi Religious Zionists of America reci ntly in New ^ i k liich Rab bi K\ i r ••"•n le Orthodox Yaad Adds to Roster Wnabingt n Vvei ue Food e'en ter. IO.M Washington Ive and the new Washington Food Center. 7446 Collins Ave are now un ler the supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida, according to Dr laaac Ever, director ol the Vaad a n d spiritual leader Of Agudtta Israel Hebrew Institute. "The Vaad fully testifies and certifies that meat and poultrj at the two f<>d centerare strictly kosher in accordance with Dietar\ Laws." Rabbi Ever said. The OrUndos Vaad was chartere I in Florida in November. 1957, and has made great progress by adding to 'he ro-ter of kosher eatahli.-hmcntunder its -upervi -ion.'' according to Rabbi Ever Kaufman's Delicatessen KaufmanKosher Delicatessen and Restaurant, 880 o:h St Miami Beach feati res large and tastj sandwiches in modern, air-condl Honed premises according to the operati n of thi ri >ta for seniors in high school who LEEDS JHH* I n > rmeri< iii j,.'„„ %  i„ iari,i wild i v 1 1ii • .,,.., ,.i, .i i < ., .. Miami, i*u 11. • %  ". II ,-. i, • %  Hi, I'lr. ill Court '' arc eligible for the counseloru.,-i, ,„•,„.„. trainee program vice* win in Friday, i i.m., m >SI:I.I. ii KAIN New features for the 1964 season, as announced by the founders and directors, include construction of a new seven-acre lake, dining hall and kitchen on the 200-acres acquired several years ago as part of the 450 acre private estate. .ii Tempi. I ..I Heel I II ai • %  laml Mi i .ii k Ni w nun 1 nn i-ral Home iIn i-hnrgi f loeal ar,, •_•., IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XoTICE IS HEREBY I1IVBN Hi. i.iim '" %  THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CORK> NICKELS LEGAL NOTICE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C13003 lil.KNX M 11 INNER, IVc plan in use the new facility and area," the Popkin brothjniv IIINSKU, en explained, 'to continue to give N OTICE"BY PUBLICATION individual attention and service to TI IFIO IIIN.NKR • and "i order to decen, ,|: %  • : •, '" %  %  > .. i inh.'. I.ii..|ip,.l lli.tl .i (. • %  ii, tralize our i rogrammuig as well ha* as to improve certain features i yu %  % %  ebj rewhich we emphasize waterfront, : ..: ; ; .' tripping and campcraft, nature • %  %  >. I.KSTKII ttcx;Kits, whom adand conservation, and I.u,. Judaism Vni lie, nl HiI'lurk ..' ... ... r .i ( „.u Ihf l :iv ti• M Jitdle'al Circuit In and mother innovation for the forth,,, ,, ,.,, ,.,. ,.... coming season will he the divi-ion rtai nt Jannnrv. i*sl. iWe.. Miami K Inti nd I u.i mi in. nli tin i • the > r 11 %  • Klurldi .,i:. >|< IK Kill n i:v .-, .1, ,.\V I nil I*' "IRCUIT COURT OF TlI I ,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUI 6r -IDA N AND FOR DADE C IV. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C12846 -l.l.M V r Wl 'I.I K, • of the Pioneer Camp, hoys and ^-"U..^,;^t,***' [iris, from the second through the sixth grades, into two separate group-, boys and girl.-, thus establishing a Pioneer Camp for Girls BI i .i PJOIH er lamp lor Boys. each with itown camo leaders. Details for all programfor 1964 may be obtained by writing to Blue star's winter address, uoo Crescent Ave N E Atlanta. Ga. 30309. iliiHH .1 %  Mill i l-'l.i'i.ln | .. K n i )• vi-'ii i'v \ \ i.i;, ..f Mi,rii-eiill Court K M I.VM.W I '. %  I! •|"|| LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xi iTICK IS IIKRKHV (J|\ i:\ Ihnl in .| ,1. -ir ir%  > emraifi' in.-under ill-flctitlouji nmi...r I'XIVKUSITV I'M: Hori: i \r \ \ I\I ; al -• %  > R.W 27l %  \v< Mia nn. I l"! Ida, Intend I raid n line uli Ihe Plerh nt th< l"i-i'lil (•nurt "f I':i'l. 1'i'ilnlv. l-'l"ll'l:i Tin MAI lir.AN'I'VS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iRONOVITSS, BII.VBR .v HCHKII COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN, \ f..r V i -i .li.-.. n t TY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE M", Mnnt.-l I No. 5747t-B Mian i .-' K i ;-. RE I IS ,; 13. -"Si VRTIH'K I. MK'KliKII SH |,. NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW APPLICATION FOR OSTRIBUTION XOTH'K IS HKKRRY OIVEX Dial AND FNAL DISCHARGE .n.l. i -lu n. .1 i|. -irin: In pnCHBP I Itl.l K SUI r FOR DIVORCE TO HKKBERT A W.H.l'i: ,. ,, ii, rhi i v\ ..;:. Metal I ....i % %  ( Frankfurti! Avenue i ru-id Haiti %  v., II hereli led thai .< <' '.i,i'ni'"!ii l ,l ,nl %  '' ">'•' %  '•• n"" .Kiiin-i you, anil >ou are required -,-i \ %  a ..|,\ ..i' >..ni \nvwi r '' l'l. ...I ii-in Hi. Complaint ili. I'la nt ao n. %  • l" 'N M S. Rl '>' > ^V Til Til A' i nin Miami IS, Ploi Ida, and I Mi. i.i Islnal \ II • i II i '! %  adinjj In I .,. ..file, "i Hi. i'i.ik ul the Clrci i •niii-i mi or brfon thi January, IV.I ll you lail i" 'I" JiidKiiii-nl b> il.r.nili will % %  • tak ni >,.ii i..i ii.. i %  IM di in' In Mi'Complalni I i.v t : \\i' i IRDERKD .u Mia ii. %  .ii lhl> >ih du i nl Xovi ml A I' 1 %  • %  K II l.r.ATHCKMAN. rink. I'innii Court, I>ade County, Eloi iCIreull Court Si ,il > II; i: ll i XNW.VV. Dfimtj Clerk 12 6, IS, SO, .' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61337A In KI-: Katatc "f JOSEPH CATLER Id-erased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All % %  %  ,!.!..iami All 1'. :XnTICK iIn n-b) uivi-n lhal I n l.n-in.-unili r Ihi lletitlnu nami II, |[, i-niion of I'1:I:KI 'M A\ > i.i: v \ri'.s :,i llavlna Clalnit i •• nandii \ ,,n.i I-mill l M-. ii.ii•'.:• %  -"'-'-' Coral l Miami, I'l.i mi. mlSaid \,. lei -.ul nami with the Clerk V'ou are hen notilied and I Hf it I Mli'KI.KII .-1: '!• %  %  % %  ol thi Circuit Court of fade County, quired to inv.-ciii all) cla.ii i.i .i.ul ii ilemanda which you mii> \m\ uical • :i THOMAS I ItRAXOYS thi i lOMKI'H < \ ll.ll: %  Comity, VIIOXOVITSC, SILVER A SI HER val r auill K mil \ %  • \ .on %  %  STATE PLANNING SEMINAR FOR ATTORNEYS SORED BY THE rWAMI BEACH BA<* ASGCCIAT'CN AND MERCANTILE NATIONABANK il %  0DERATOR-PHIUP E. HECKESiiNG Vi t Pin d'-nt S tlUI Pl*nn ; ig OMu--r McicoolilNilionjl Banli of Miami B*ch ftNEl MEMBERS-MEL GREENBERG, ATTORNEY Giffnberg 1 Sk, Attorney*) MARSHALL WOLPER, C.L.U. Wolper A KJI.T. Insurance) JOHN COONEY, C.P.A. Ring Mjhonry S Am, CPA ll December 10 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. COMMUNCY ROOM AT Mercantile National Bint UNCOU-J ROAD MAH MIAMI BEACH. F.ORIDA NO ADMISSION CHARGE i %  Mil Kl Kit ; %  v %  IAS fi \* i i lutlninit i il,. • %  N..V ceaaed late i il I .,.i. County, K I.I Hi.i inJudge* of l ...a. i tj and HI. ih -ame In duplii and ;..|iro> ide.l in S. 11 m IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO 63C2982 \ %  ,1 I I.\ I .. il'KZ V %  •I-:/.. dan I NOTICE OF PUBLICATION tVAXIM i I.. :"' i1 \ i K I Ml, ii'Alti'KI.) REI'citi n.\ x '. i I I III I %  I iii. Ir offii. 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th* uu, oman s IJUorU k wish Flloif iidiaun %  _Aay. December 6. 1963 Section B ^ Florida Branch Diane Institute J mm% 00 as ft chairman, presents %  Academy Women i from the "Horn c: ual membership tea joined the women'? iscribed in the Boc: zipiro, honorary lit? it Slated •rlooking the club's po< I area. urray Selsky, Mrs Har rantz, Mrs. Evelyn Ka Ron Levitt make up the s Niuht Committee. T S ;ah *• "' relatives and out-olfor the attendai up Saturday mornobserved his Bar the following das Sui becane the %  Ira Lamb reremooj and re F held in the bcauti Ro • %  of the Bden Innaa party cole casiona, in the Ho peii ts included Mr % %  II Kline, of (iilum Mr. and Mrs Howard 'i Charlotte, N C %  I pi Mrs 1 s | %  wartz, me Fox. of K, w -vVh; Mr."an;III*** w. inkle ol UUnta. Ga M" "" 5 Harold Lamb, ol Baltimore. M( |fr and MrHerman Mart fife 3 New York; Mr .and Mr. Alvm Salvage, of OfUndo. Mr Betty Birchman, M •* %  „,, Ma rthoff and Mr and M Uontc Birchman, all ^ York: and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lamb, of Louieville, Ki • • Extra Thanksgiving bonu reSveaan^ Merjs of Ruth and Dick Sirkln w tbeir ""''' V i S H here from Belmoat, c-" 11 Continued on P9 **


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Pa:re 10-D +Jewisti Fleridtiain Friday, December 6, 1963 GREETINGS cl 16 Miracle Mile EXGUISITE FURS HANDBAGS Coral Gables SUPERIOR STYLING ACCESSORIES The Ultimate In Custom Dry Cleaning Fur Storage TO iiOlTS 4 IBOSHX PEOPLE May Peace and Happiness, Good Health, Good Friends, Good Cheer be yours Today and Everyday throughout the Year STAR PRINTING SERVICE 1331 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 30932 l. VALENTINI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SURF 5 and 10 STORE 9445 HARDING AVE. UN 6-5512 TO ALL GREETINGS FROM F. A. ROVIROSA, President Narovi Shipping Corporation GRABCOLOMBIANA (NY) INC. HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD HOLLAND SOUTH ATLANTIC LINE COLUMBUS LINE Pier 2 Biscayne Blvd. 2nd Floor P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS The North Hialeah Bank (Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank) MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. "A Friendly Bank" 5490 PALM AVENUE Ph. 681-6635 TO ALL GREETINGS ESTES SILVERSMITH Repairs and Plating SPECIALIZING IN GOLD AND SILVER ELECTROPLATING 2196 NW 17th AVE. NE 4-0119 CHANUKA GREETINGS LUMBER YARDS, INC. LESTER GERSHEN and DAVID LEVINE 1261 -20th STREET, Miami Beach JE 2-2443 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL TEXACO SALES SERVICE STATION 1101 S.W. 22nd St. Miami Ph. FR 1-9590 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL Walter & Margaret MEUSE Plastic Laminations Bly stone Plastics — Custom Made Plaques 1144 SW 27th AVENUE HI 4-5841 A Rooster Crowed to Fulfill His Wish By DAVID SCHWARTZ %  was reading in the Israeli papers ihat everybody in Israel can cat chicken. It says in the paper and I quote: "In many countries, chicken is a symbol ot good living but in Israel every body can eat chicken daily. It lias become the cheapest of meats in Israel today, the result of a technological approach. Regional packing centers hue been set up, able to turn out 25,000 tons of chicken a year ." In Israel now. they say, Tarnegol be-kol kedera. which means chicken in every pot. But what has that got to do with Chanuka, you Bay. Alarm Clock There is a story of a famous rabbi of Talmudic times. When he traveled, he always took his rooster with him. It was his alarm clock, waking him up in the morning. You can use a chicken to wake you up in the morning and it can help you sleep in the night. Just take the feathers ol a chicken and make a pillow and it will help you sleep. A chicken will also give you CHANUKA GREETINGS MKLMAN CUSHION MFG. 1901 N.W. Miami Court FR 9-2895 LOUNGE PADS BOAT & FURNITURE CUSHIONS MATTRESSES & BOLSTERS NEW & RECOVERED eggs for breakfast and meat for dinner. I know you want a Chanuka >toiy. but be patient. 1 think now an I then we Should pause and paj tribute to Our leathered friends. We are always taking from them, but do we ever show them any appreciation. Do you ever go Up to a chicken and say, "Thank you for the eggs ol this morning's breakfast." It you had a cake made with nice eggs, do you ever thank the chicken tor that 1 After all. a chicken has feelings too. It has been shown that chickens lay more eggs if you play the phonograph around them. That's why the Israeli chickens lay so manyeggs, because they hear SO much good music But like I say, I know you want a Chanuka story and there i> a chicken Chanuka story too. It happened in the first World War. The Turks were in control of Palestine and everybody read in the papers, how after the promulgation of the Balfour Declaration, with the promise ot a Jewish homeland, den. Allenby. the British commander, marched on the homeland After one bright morning, lien. Allenby entered the city Of Jerusalem, and everybody read in the paperhow Gen. Allenby. when he approached the gates of Jerusalem got Off hihorse and walked into the city. He wanted to show bis i-i spec! for the Holy City Respect for City And everybody was very happy that Gen. 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Allenby got off his bone and walked into the Holy City? it was the morning of the first da} ol Chanuka, December %  >. iii". On the very anniversarj of the day which Chanuka commemorate-, on which Jlldah Maccabee some 2,000 years ago retook the Holy City trom the Syrians, Allenby retook it Irom the Turk-. Do you know how this i,line about'.' The Turks and the Germans were thought to be strongly entrenched in Jerusalem, so Gen Allenby after capturing some ol the outlying regions, decided to rest up for a while before launching the siege of Jerusalem. One morning during this lull, the General's mess sergeant awoke and rubbed his eyes He fell hungry that morning. "How nice it would be." he said to himself, "to have some eggs this morning." A Rooster Crows It really was a nice thought, but the sergeant knew it was a fantastic dream. 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Friday. December 6, 1963 it**!** norkttar) Page 11-C in favor of the establishment ol the Slate of Israel. This is the barest Outline ol liavim Gregnber^s varjed career TIKTC have been other Zionist leader.-., contemporaries of GICCIIIHTC. who have held equally responsible pots in the movement, but none have aroused deeper rospeet and affection than did Cireenber;;. What was the secret of the spell that he east upon all those who came in contact With him'' In a memorial volume issued BOOfl after Oreenberg'a death, thirteen leaders in Zionism and Judaism who had known him Intimately, attempted to evaluate his complex \et highly integrated personality. These tributes all testily to his highly ethical personality, his originality, his non-tonforism. his idealism which was not contmed by dogma but which was forever sacking and discovering new facets of truth, hisense of practicality which balanced his idealism and which made him willing to assume the burdens ol leadership in Socialism and in Zionism generally, his mastery of general as well as Jewish lore, his nwp feelings for Jewish nationalism coupled with .1 sense oi univnrsaliam, his humility, ins friendliness and sociabilit) balanced by a Btrong individual ism and even %  feeling for personal isolation Moral Purpose lie would not submit easily to party discipline, he would some times be sharply criticized for his non-conformism by his own party members. Yet he was regarded by them as the conscience of the movement, while for his part, once others succeeded in convincing him that the stand might hurt the practical interests ol the movement, would gladly change his course As Bezalel Sherman, a leading American Foale-Zion writer put it: 'Greenberg knew that compromise was not only necessary hut desirable. He was not consistent in everything himself, and he did not regard one hundred per cent' consistency at all times and under all conditions as a great virtue. Only on questions of justice was he uncompromising. An injustice committed by our own party caused him pain that was almost physical He protested often and sharply against moral derelictions and never feared that such statements might be misucd to the CHANUKA GREETINGS TESTIMONIALS PIUGGI SCROLLS MURALS 136 W. 12th ST., Hialeah TU 8-5293 HOLIDAY GREETINGS RENT ROLLAWAY BED or BABY BED lor Your Unexcepted Guests RENT Card Table. 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I s v %  P tl Oi ?! •o -e Page 6-B (natfcfi n^ridfi^m *J>oc/a//f Continued from Page IB Houseguests al the home of his parent-, the senior Sirkins, Miriam and Milton, who just couldn't get enough of two and one-half-yeur-old grandson Bobbie Didn't even mind baby-sitting chores while Ruth and Dick went to Nassau for a weekend Yt wishing t<> lose even one moment, er son Josb closi I h %  Miami home and brought h*i Carolyn and 15-month Caren to swell the group staving at the Miami Beach home of lii — parents ... On Thanksgiving Eve, Miriam ani Milton hosted B colrtail p vi y f o r 80 at the DiLido • Hotel And on Thanksgiving, all si\ Sirkins gathered round the groan ing hoard at the Ft. Lauderdalc home of Ruth's parents. Fan and i Oscar Sindell But. alas, sun da] it w ill be bach to California for the visitors Dick is assisl ant circulation manager of The S Matt o Times there A week i!' New Orleans for the J k Carmels, of Keystone Point, the annual Aluminum Extruders Council Jack is president of American International A lumi-l num ... I Two-fold trip for Dr, and Mrs. 1 Id Hi rnick, who have jusl returned from a weekend in Ft. Myers In a 'dition to renewcquaintance with former Emory colleagues now residing in the environs. Dr. Uen.uk addn ssed the Lee County Dental Society Coral Gableites. the William I. • '.elds, home from a 13-day trip to a and the Caribbean Returned on board the Riviera b\i Now with Corn Oil Thrifty savings! Tasty servings! Mar-Parv Margarine now with Corn Oil—special introductory offer 5c oil" on every pound! Mar-Parv is now made with pure Corn Oil and other healthful vegetable oilsPOLY-UNSATURATED—to preserve their natural Hi-"L" factor high linoleic content important in reducing saturated fats in your family's diet. So good for you and so good tasting—Mar-Parv has a sunny bright flavor and golden smooth texture. Delicious table spread and delightful cooking help. A real meal-getter and table-setter! Get Mar-Parv's new Margarine with Corn Oil af your grocer's this week and save OC on every pound! HsssaRasss EDOiuio VW KOSHER 2U0EDQALAMI All pure beef Quality Flavor Kashruth • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER c SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 -> I f I f I I I I P Kosher and pareve .ill-purpose margarine. Contains no milk or animal fat. Only pure vegetable oil ingredients. AnohW fi. product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY. C.ntirmoti, Ohio DISTRIBUTED BY: June Dairy Products Co., 2200 N W 23rd;Phones: Miami -634-6514 Ft Lauderdale JA 2-221 I



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I during the week rrJiwi see it SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 49 Friday, December 6. 1963 20 Kislev 5724 Ecumenical Council: Deep Disappointment The Ecumenical Council's year-long delay on the question cj the Catholic Church attitude toward the Jews is particularly regrettable. The proposition, presented by Augustin Cardinal Bea, would have rectified an historic v.rong. By reevaluating its dogmatic position on the Jewish role in the crucifixion, the Catholic world could have launched a new era in the battle against antiSemitism—a scourge to which it has been a principal contributor. The Council's failure to deal with the proposition raises a number of unhappy questions. Has the spirit of ecumenism set forth by the late Pope John XXIII come to nothing, or is it "simply" deiayed for another year? What ere the possibilities that next year's Council will be more preaisposed to deal favorably with the proposition than it was now? We are pessimistic about the answers. In the first instance, the delay has meant the triumph of the most conservative and even reactionary forces in the Vatican. At the same time, it has dimmed the outlook ior acceptance in the future. Neither is the Jewish community alone in its disappointment. Protestants throughout the world this week left the Ecumenical Council's final deliberations with a feeling of deep dissatisfaction. For the Council also failed to act on another proposition: that freedom of relicion is the inalienable right of all men—that rnen may choose the manner of their relationsnip to God in the spirit of the late Pope John, who declared that there are many paths to Heaven. The promising Ecumenical Council has closed on a note of unfulfillment and regret. leader. He held many positions of prominence in general civic and communal affairs, both in his own state of Ohio and nationally. He was a great Zionist and an impassioned advocate for the cause of Israel. There is little accolade beyond this that could better exemplify the life and dedication of Rabbi Silver. We mourn his passing. Spirit of Chanuka Chanuka, the Festival of the Lights, will be launched with the kindling of the first candle next Tuesday evening. This happy event celebrates the triumph of the Maccabees ever the Graceo-Syrian forces of evil that sought to impose an alien form of paganism en the Jewish people. As such, Chanuka celebrates one of mankind's first wars fought in behalf of the right to freedom of religion. The Festival of Lights is always a happy occasion, both for young and old. This week's issue of The Jewish Floridian tells the story of Chanuka in a variety of feature presentations pertinent to the holiday (see Sec. C and D.) Chanuka is a time for all of us to pause and give thanks that our right to freedom of worship has long since been assured by the American way of life. It is also a time to be thankful that the State of Israel reborn has symbolically paved the way for the cleansing of the Third Temple and the rededication of our hearts and minds to the spirit of our ancient Jewish heritage and tradition. Both of these, assured by the victory of the Maccabees, are ours to perpetuate for future generations in the same manner that Jews of the past nurtured them in our behalf. Mr. Gertner's Dedication The third annual jubileee of Mt. Sinai Hospital will be held here Dec. 14. The glittering social function will pay homage to Mt. Sinai's executive director, Samuel Gertner. Mr. Gertner has given fifteen years of dedicated service to the development of Mt. Sinai horn its humble beginnings on south Alton Road to its present site, a facility erected at a cost in excess of $10 million and dedicated late in 1959. This is a long time spent in behalf of an important communal cause. The direct beneficiaries of Mt. Sinai's service is Greater Miami at large. The jubilee Dec. 14 will serve to say "thank you" to a man who was determined to see a dream come true: the erection of Mt. Sinai Hospital as a significant medical center in South Florida. Dr. Silver Passes Away The death of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver is indeed an unhappy event. Dr. Silver achieved his mark in the true spirit of American Jewish existence. He was known as an inspiring spiritual Me Ami Now a Fact Noted author Maurice Samuel will address Greater Miami Jewry this Sunday evening at a function sponsored by the Jewish National Fund Council in the Fontainebleau Hotel. The event will celebrate the dedication last week of Me Ami, a border settlement erected as our community's twin city in Israel. It is the Greater Miami JNF Council that created the Me Ami master plan and that saw its construction to a successful conclusion with its significant financial sponsorship of the project. Me Ami now serves as one of many important buffers between the State of Israel's sensitive border and Jordan. Greater Miamians are proud of their contribution, and the function Sunday will celebrate this JNF achievement. BRESIDENT JOHNSON'S dress before Congress J week was designed to' msf. the nation with confidence] the future. A; ufloptesuffering the, profound si. of John Fitzgerald Kenned assassination needed to foUl-Witt Mnat'rfcVaheafll promising in the extrer This is precisely what Johnson did. He dedicatj his administration to the fulfillment of the late President's lei& tive program. He pledged an unrelenting campaign in behalf civil rights. He vowed that the U.S. would remain firm in its mitments abroad. He promised a dollar's worth for every doll spent. It was the shock of the assassination itself that caused so fa orable a reaction to President Johnson's address. Having search! for a glimmer of light, we were presented with the total flash truth: that the Government of the United States is a continuit thing; that, increasingly, responsible executive leadership, despil party or regional allegiances, must hew to a predetermined courf based on the manifest destiny of the nation; that sharp navigatior differences in the ship of state can only be expected from extrer ists; that, indeed, the new President, as second in command duriij the Kennedy administration, was necessarily committed to the Kel nedy program; and that, in fact, he could recommend no other u| der the circumstances, at least at the outset. If Mr. Johnson's address was fairly predictable in all these rections, it also seemed predictable in another: it lacked the swei and the poetic grandeur, the style and the delivery that marked th manner of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This does not mean that whl the new President had to say was any less significant than, if lid his predecessor, he showed himself susceptible to the broad historl view. •:• -:• •:• THE EXALTED INTELLECTUAL POSITION IJOR DOES IT mean that President Johnson will therefore be lower calibre chief executive. As a matter ol fact, part ol tl beefing-up process of the sagging American confidence has b<-< repeatedly to remind us of LBJ's astonishing capabilities on Ca| tol Hill, with the implied promise held out that he should thereto be equipped to fulfill the Kennedy legislative program even mot effectively than Mr. Kennedy himself. But the sad thing is that it does suggest the passing of an from the White House, however brief, the decline and fall of tlJ intellectual as an enviable phenomenon in U.S. society well befori the intellectual was comfortable in this exalted condition. One muJ go back to the administration of Woodrow Wilson for the last tot] intellectual there. If President Wilson's potential and his achievi ments were of a higher magnitude, his era proved sufficiently di] ferent to neutralize the advantage. For John Fitzgerald Kennedy lived at a time and inherited job in which the intellectual had been downgraded to the lowed possible level, and what he succeeded in doing was to restore it tellectualism to its rightful respectability. Neither did he require pe sonal accomplishment of Wilson's order for that; although he wi. better than sufficiently well endowed. All he needed was the id clination toward action; and it will be among his greatest achiei ments that Mr. Kennedy did, indeed, act to raise up the poet an painter, the writer and thinker, the musician and performer. THE POETIC SPIRIT HAS MOVED OUT DRESIDENT JOHNSON ENDED his address before Congress with several couplets from the sentimental tune, "America." It \L this that spells the vital distinction between the two men—a differ! ence in style that would have had Mr. Kennedy take the more sophisticated approach—for no one can deny JFK's competence as phrase-maker. Predictable though it may have been, the Johnson talk hit hard at the most conservative elements of Congress, which perhaps hoped, even at the profoundest moment of national tragedy, for a, softer line on civil rights. But were the poetic character that mark-j ed President Kennedy also the stamp of his successor, Mr. John I son would have begun with civil rights, as he did, and gone on to extremism, as he did not. It was only during the final moments of his presentation that] LBJ addressed himself to this question, leading up to it with his vows to continue the Kennedy program and, among other things. to make the dollar worth a dollar. I do not plead that these cold realities violated the funereal sentiments of the nation; it is to be, expected that Mr. Johnson will fashion the sort of Presidency in, which cold realities are the basis of all his actions. But Mr. Johnson inherited the office because John Fitzgerald Kennedy was slain by the passions of hatred and bigotry, and it is therefore to such issues that the new President should have devoted himself almost entirely. THE CENTRALITY Of POLITICAL EXTREMISM |NDEED THE APPLAUSE greeting his final -plea for a national; repudiation of the forces of extremism and intolerance was great-*; er than for almost any other question on which he touched. It is as if the Congress had hoped to hear a talk based on the unprtdlcT able and gave its heartiest approval to even a fragment of it It is not extremism, President Johnson might have told us. that must be feared today; rather it is the American boredom and inertia we have permitted to exist unmolested among us. These are problems of far greater moment, for Mr. Kennedy's life was taken by the kind of a personality forged in precisely this crucible of our political indifference. Even from the most realistic point of view, how can a success ful legislative program, civil rights included, accommodate our needs when we live in an era comfortable to the nurturing of fanatics and assassins, and in an atmosphere of explosive hatred? It is the explosive hatred we must eliminate at least at the same time that we talk about a sound dollar, or we will have no nation either %  to earn or spend the dollar. President Johnson should therefore have addressed himself to this from the beginning, teaching us that extremists are not alone the Lee Oswalds, that they are also the University of Miamis, whose perennial insensitivity to intelligence slapped a mourning country in the face by playing football in the midst of its most overwhelming tears. But the fall from grace of the poetic spirit in the White House has perhaps ordained the shift in emphasis. John Fitzgerald* Kennedy doesn't live there anymore, and it is best we get accustom %  ed to that as quickly as possible.



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Friday, December 6, 1963 vJewist nvridiari Page 7-A • general Chairman Leonard Rosen (left), congratulates Jacob Cohen, who will b hon d Tan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel at the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy. Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk, whose son attends the Academy, will be principal speaker at the SlOO-a-couple function. Herman Wouk Will be Principal Speaker At Hebrew Academy Award Dinner Jan. 5 Pulitzer Prizewinner Herman Wouk has accepted an invitation to be principal speaker at the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Louis Merwitzer, president and Leonard Kcsen, general manager, announced Wednesday. Wouk, whose family is listed among the founders of the Hebrew Academy, has a son. Nathaniel, in HER/WAN WOUK the ninth grade of the South's only Hebrew day school offering complete elementary school and junior i high curricula. Jacob Cohen. Miami Beach industrialist, hotelman and philanthropist, will be honored at the $100a couple dinner, scheduled Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. Former Miami Beach Councilman Wolf ie Cohen Wednesday was named chairman of a special honorary committee for the gala function, always one of the social highlights of the Jewish community. Named to the committee were Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Sarah Czech. Charles Fruchtman, Harry Genet. Paul Gordon. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Jay I. Kislak. Samuel C. Levinson. Marcie Liberman, Merwitzer. Irving E. Miller. Jack S. Popick, Samuel Reinhard. Leo Robinson, Sam Schwartz and Mrs. Virginia Silverberg. Maurice Revitz and Ben I. Binder are associate chairmen of the dinner, with Jack A. Cantor and Joseph Cohen as co-chairmen. The dinner committee will hold a special session at 10 a.m. Sunday, at the Hebrew Academy. Rosen an\ nounced. He reported the goal of 1 1,600 persons for the 16th annual dinner "attainable, if all members keep up their hard work." Wouk is a visiting protessor at Yeshiva University in New York City and holds the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Yeshiva, granted in 1955. He received an AB from Columbia University in 1934. Before entering the literary field Wouk spent many years as a radio writer, many of them as script writer for comedian Fred Al.en. He served as a presidential consulting expert in the U. S. Treasury Department during the 1941 promotion of war bonds. It was during his military career that Wouk first seriously conU mplated entering the literary field. His lour years as a naval officer in the Pacific during World War II gave him the basis for his most acclaimed of novels, "The Caine Mutiny." The book quickly, received world-wide approval. It| received the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and to date has sold over two million copies. It has been made into an important motion picture. 1 1 Wouk spent three years as sea in j I the Pacific war. His last post' 1 was that of executive officer of the, USS Southward, a destroyer mine' sweeper. He earned four campaign %  stars and a unit commendation rib-1 'bon. Following his release from active military duty, he launched his writing career with "Aurora Dawn," a short satiric noval about big business in New York City, published in 1947. Many critics have acclaimed his no:: fictional work, "This is My God," by far his most inspirational work. The bock deals with Judaism, ti netting its history, beliefs, liturgy .mil observances. His" latest book, "Youngblood Hawke," is another best seller. WQLfll COhtN "Aurora Dawn" was followed the next year by "The City Boy," a \ story of boys growing up in New York, that won him acclaim from the San Francisco Chronicle and Other papers. Wouk also wrote a highly sue-! cessful play "The Caine Mutiny : Court Martial" based on his novel. 1 He entered the romantic novel i tield with publication of "Marjorie Morningstar" in 1956, later made into a movie. Wouk, who is deeply interested in Hebrew studies is a member of the President's Council of Yeshiva University. He spends most of his free time reading and has read every word he has written to his Wife, Betty Sarah, who types his manuscripts. Visit the fabulous R STARLIGHT ROOF America's Smartest Supper Club for Superb Dining and Delightful Dancing to MAL MALKIN His Piano and His Orchestra COMPLETE DINNERS from $ 5.50 Viiit the Starlight Roof for a spectacular view 0/ the Hold Loan HM BEACH HOTEL. On the Ocean at 48th SI. RESERVATIONS: Benni JE 2-3600 When you're giving a gift this Hanukkah, consider Seagram's V.O. 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r A*J %  -> T Friday/December 6.1%3 *. f aUjd h ticrkMian Paqe 5-A. >Three-Day Conference Will Hear Noted Figures and Adopt '64 United Appeal Goal By Special Report An historical pageant especially written for the United Jewish Ap-i peal-by one of America's best-rated television playwrights will be > seen by the more than 2,000 delegates in attendance at the UJA's 26th annual national conference this Friday through Sunday at the New York Hilton Hotel, it was announced by UJA General Chair1 man Joseph Meyerhoff. The drama, written by Allan E. Sloane, is entitled "From Many Egypts," and stars Broadway and Hollywood personalities. It is based MIAMI DELEGATION Greater Miami Jewish Federation leaders who will attend the 26th annual United Jewish Appeal conference in New York this weekend include Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, who Wednesday was announced as chairman of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign; Joserh M. Lipton. vice president of Federation; and Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of Federation. i on the story of Jewish wandering and homelessncss from the destruc-j tion of the Second Temple and the [ death of the Jewish Slate in the vear 70 C. E., through Israel's! reestablishment in 1948. It relates! the role of the UJA in helping to aid 3.000.000 Jews, and in resettling more than 1.500.000 of them in Isael and other havens of freedom. The noted producer-director, Himan Brown, former national chair. (-'man of UJA Radio, Television and Motion Picture Activities, will stage the pageant on Saturday. The three-day conference will open Friday morning, with presentations by Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister of the State of Israel, who is now chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Jerusalem, and Charles Jordan, AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Tear 'Round Gold Coast Coverage Covers Your Selling Areo Wl 5-1602 director-general for Overseas Operations of the Joint Distribution Committee. Sharett will submit the Jewish Agency's 1964 budget outlining the costs of bringing in, resettling and absorbing another record wave of immigrants from various parts of the world. Jordan will present the 1963 budget of the JDC covering its program of aid to 485,000 needy and distressed Jews in 30 countries. The Friday session will hear also from two other agencies that derive their funds from the, UJA. Submitting iheir 1963 fiscal'needs! will be the New York Association; for New Americans, which helps newcomers to the United States,; and the United Hias Service, the, worldwide Jewish immigration agency which helps Jewish refu-, gees move to countries other than | Israel. A special feature of the Friday afternoon session will be an address by Dr. Abraham L. j Sachar, president of Brandeis Uni\ versity. These biulgentary presentations, together with the findings and rec-i ommendations to be submitted by! the UJA's ninth official Study Mis-: sion to Europe and Israel — which' has just completed its survevy — provide the basis for adoption by; the conference of the UJA's nationwide goal for 1964. Meyerhoff. as general chairman of the UJA, will lead the discuss : on of the setting of the UJA's goal at a session to be held Friday afternoon. The delegates, representing hundreds of local Jewish communities throughout the United States, will FOREIGN MINISTER MtIR be addressee! by the following world renowned figures: Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren, Israel Foreign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir; and UJA Executive Vice-Chairman Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, who will be the principal speakers at the banquet session on Saturday evening and Israel's Ambassador to the United States Avraham Harman, who will deliver the closing address on Sunday. Among Hie outstanding Jewish leaders who will participate in the conference are: Edward M. M. Warburg and Dewey D. Stone, UJA honorary chairmen; Max Fisher. Ribicoff Eulogizes President Kennedy By Special Report NEW YORK — Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (D— Conn.) eulogized a personal friend in whose admir. >tralion he served—the late JOllO F. Kennedy. The shattering events of the previous weekend caused the Synagogue Council of America to change the mood and the content of its ani.ual Statesman Award dinner at the Starlight Roof of the Waldorf-Ast.ria Hotel last Sundayevening, i William Rosenwald. Isadore Breslau, Jack D. Weiler. Edward Gins-! berg. Albert A. Levin, Melvin Du binsky, and Israel D. Fink, all na-i tional chair,uen of the UJA; Mrs. Israel D. Fi:ik, chairman, UJA National Women's Division; Alan Sagner, chairman, UJA Young Leader-j ship Cabinet; Moses A. Lcavitt. j executive vivce chairman, Joint ; Distribution Committee; Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chairman,: Jewish Agency for Israel, and Al-| bcrt Adelman, chairman, UJA Midi west Region. Presentations and awards will go I to a number of communal leaders! : for their work in focusing Ameri-] I ca's attention on the UJA's first 25 I years of humanitarian activity. Zamora Juniors Elect Officers Temple Ztmora Junior Congregation has elected the following new officers for the coming month: Ben Lewis Schachtcr, president; Howard Kusnick, vice president; Robert Teller, secretary; Milton Silber and Bob Breckenridge. shames. The Junior Congregalion holds services every Saturday at 10 a.m., followed by a Kiddush given by I c Sisterhood and room mothers. Sen. Ribicoff, who was originally scheduled to delived the principal address, an appeal to world conscience regarding th plight of Soviet Jewry, used the occasion to eulogize the late President John F. Kennedy, it was announced by Rabbi Uri Miller, president of the Synagogue Council of America. The Synagogue Council is ::ie national representative body of the three branches of the religious Jewish community of the United States — Conservative, Orthodox and Reform. Over 500 prominent Jewish lay u^d religious leaders from coast-to-coast participated in the dinner when 11 I r e e distinguished industrialists and philanthropists were presented with the 19G3 Synagogue Statesman Award: Irving Maidman, Henry M. Rem and WaUer W. Weismann. all of New York The Synagogue Council bestowed its highest honors upon the thr^e exemplary representatives of IS American Jewish community. < EXECUTIVE WANTED Part-Time for Religious Institution. Phone FR 1-6334 Sunday morning 9-11 for Interview Housekeeper wanted for elderly lady not invalid. Live in, must drive. Strictly kosher cooking. CAll JE 1-39M Passofiume Sunoco Service 53*0 W. 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Page 12-C *"JmisHtcrtdHan Friday. Deeembf6, 1963 A Happy Chanuka to All FROM THE HUNT4NGTON BUILDING 141 S.E. 1st Street • Mi.mi, Florida CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN OFflCtS ter PROFESSrONAl one" BUSINESS MEN Adjoining Parking Goroge • Year-round Wtather Conditioning CAU wfi&ii&J Management Company /REALTORS FR 1-3592 — 234 Biscayne Blvd. — Miami. Fla. COSTUMES Wide Variety in Stock Custom Made to Order FORMALS For All Occasions A.B.C. Costume Shop RENTALS SALES 5130 Biscayne Blvd. PL 7-3492 Nile PL 7-3820 CHANUKA GREETINGS PHIL CROTEAU CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE and STORE FIXTURES 7000 Coral Way Phone M0 1-4696 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 1895 NW 7th AVE. Phone 374-7352 Seaboard R.R. 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Since that transposition we have lean.ed to trace satellites but the source of the four fires we cannot trace. Chanuka Dreidel But hope there is. If trees can be made to sprout through the desert, and Ben-Gurion can evade grenades, which require only simple acts of magic, then, with a bit more practice we might finally avail ourselves of the Isaiahic visions we were promised. Mass shock therapy may prove prerequisite to such an event, if it is to undo our present state of coma. Evidence abounds that the shock might be all too imminent. At least there is rumor to that effect in the daily press. Judging from the cold fires by which the cold war is being waged, one might wisely plan for it in the very nearest of immed'acies. Difficult it is of course knowing whether to look forward to that event with GREETINGS WILLIAMS TAILORS I DRY CLEANERS QUALITY CUSTOM HAND TAILORING Suits Made to Measure 4842 NW 27th AVENUE Phone NE 4-9251 utter treeadatwn-er with utter thankfulness. There is an oral tradition that the emotion sustained at that ultimate moment may have much to do with the immediate condition following it. in whatever world. However, the Shcchina may in fact return any midnight, especially as the Shechina and the Moon are often identified as par tially coterminous, and as it is to the Moon that our projectue fancies now lead. Then will our Chanuka dreidels spin in a totally anti-gravitational space, and whirl on the pure air beyond the triple sun, sustained solely by the angelic hairs threading the pathways between the planet> It the pressure here gets any worse than it a'ready is, who knows but that the Moon may become our sanctuary and refuge, at least for that portion of humanity deservant ot its hospitalities It may be the only asylum to compensate for the schizophrenic power-split slicing our globe in two. Looking forward to celebrating Chanuka on the Moon, on the verv Moon that regulates its celebration now. is not therefore the worst of ambitions. There is always the possibility that THERE the meaning of the four fires, plus several hundred thousand more items like them, may become clear again. And who knows who may greet us at her gate? There is also a tradition that her gates, like the openings in the body, are nine in number, since the Moon is Yesod or Foundation, and also representative of the bodily Corpus. At any rate, extraordinary things seem always to be happening in its light. If we are very lucky, and if the demons can no longer contain themselves at their governmental games, we may attend SEASON'S GREETINGS PACKER PONTIAC (ON THE TRAIL) Factory Trained Mechanics — Fine Cars — Fine Service Compare Our Prices — New & Used Cars 665 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 9-4576 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL HAULOYER PARK FISHING AND RECREATION PIER, INC. 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The planel thereafter ma) deelmal i ia a result, but then, on the other hand think of how good o chances ,.t learning the origin neaning of Chanuka will be. rhey will be better than at an> tune alnce Sinai was lifted over o .r mutual heads and our utter destruction threatened at a stroke As for the get-awaj ship, bj which that going will b.gOM measly Sputnik and her SUCCe* sors notwithstanding let 4. say this: for those who want tb< information, who wan: Pie tech niques to build it. so BJ to prop erly connect Adamah ind IA vanah. let them go to Safed There are books there, some where, in which the irlormation is down to the last ha.r. At any rate, rid y i iraeU of your worldly worries. 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Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S TO NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue mil MM HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. Desks — Cabinet* — Chairs — etc. 53 HIALEAH DRIVE HiaUah. Fl. Phon. TU 8-2479 "We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE "PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM" 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cuisine A Una — Air Conditioned 260 $*1i§ Capacity Place of Israel Zangwill in Jewish History < Continued from Page 5-D mon Crayzei, of the Jewish Publication Society, in a very friendly review said he felt that "the newer generation does not know Zangwill and certainly does not read him; his name is merely an echo 01 a by-gone age." Not long ago I received an invitation to speak to a Jewish society on "Is Israel Zangwill Being Read.'" I didn't conduct a Gallup Poll to find out how many read him. Of course Zangwill is not read today as he was when I was young. But unfortunately none of the writers of his day is being read in that way. How many read Meredith and Hardy? Or even Wilde? Talented Writer Michael Ayrton, who as painter, sculptor, art critic and writer has made a reputation as one of the best of the "moderns," tells us that in his day "Israel Zangwill was a very successful man of letters. His novels ranked with those of Wells and his plays with those of Shaw. He is out of fashion, but he has not vanished, for he is certainly the greatest Jewish writer we can boast." Zangwill is still read and Placards bearing Biblical sayings in Hebrew and Bj^J* V£ C carried by over 2,000 Reform laymen and rabbis of the .mon of American Hebrew Congregations participating in the IJCjmt Washington March for Jobs and Freedom. Look.nq a the signs are (left to right) Whitney Young, execute direc-or of the National Urban League; Sue Greenwald Bethesda Md.. Mark Winer. 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•ridcry. December 6, 1963 fJewist) Ffcridfiati Page 3-A Sam Feinsfein Elected Israel Histadnit Committee President in Greater Miami KA3BI E1KZER UVI fuest Specker At Beth David Friday evening In tho absence of Rabbi Norman N. Sh;ipiro from tho pulpit of Beth David Congregation this weekend, Manuel Lubel, .liairman of adult I'ducation. will conduct services on Friday evening. Lewis Stems-hem. president of the congregation, will conduct the Saturday morning services. Guest speaker at both services will be Rabbi Elizer A. Levi, a native of Toronto, who attended the University of Toronto and the Jewish Theological Seminary. He served in pulpits in Birmingham, Ala.. Auburn, N. Y., Sidney, Australia, Springfield, Mass., and Charleston, S. C. He was the first American Jewish chaplain on overseas service in World War II, and was honored by the U. S. Navy Submarine Service for special services rendered. Announcement was ova > this week by Rabbi Jacob J. Welnstein, national chairman of the Histadnit campaign, of t • election of Sam Feinstein as president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Feinstein came to Miami Beach from New York City 15 years ago, where he was an industrialist for more than 35 years. While on an extensive tour of Israel last summer, Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein were present at the dedication in their honor of a medical clinic which bears their name. According to Feinstein, "the sjreat need of the immigrants who settle in the Negev for medical care and vocational training must be answered." As one of the many founders working in behalf of the Rehabilitation and Medical Center now being built in Beer i ieba, Feinstein is now actively engaged in the work of the Business and Professional Council for Kupat Holim, which is sponsoring the center, While in Israel, the Feinsteinvisited the vocational training ehools under the direction of Histadrut. "'Anyone who sees the youthful immigrants learning trades which enable them to be' tome productive pioneers in the .Slate of Israel." Feinstein said, "must feel great pride in his participation in Histadrut work." Beth Kodesh Will Honor President Irving Jacobson, two-term president of Beth Kodesh Congregation, will be honored at a testimonial banquet the Sunday of Chanuka, Dec. 15. at the Lombardy Hotel. To begin at 6 p.m., the dinner will be followed by a 1 program of music and entertainment. Officers for 1963-64 are Charles Hablow. president; Max Gruen, Eli Weiner. Sam Schulwolf, vice presidents; Mack Libman, Mrs. Edward L. Becker and Mrs. Nat Coultbn, secretaries; Jack Stone, i treasurer. Golds Reports On 'No 1 Vote Continued from Page 1-A Israeli-Arab negotiations on (he Arab refugee problem. She said that draft, had it come to vote, would have obtained the support %  it 40 I'N members and. perhaps even a simple majority in the ill member committee. "Unfortunately, however," she said, "none of the Big Powers sop ported th s i love. While the S let bloc simply went along with the Arabs, olhi rs argued that the I time for d reel talks was not rip and that the proposed resolution was impractical." She added that the United Slates, by its stand, un i dertook a 2 r e a t responsibility. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 16150 COINS BOUGHT, SOLD and APPRAISED Sidney W. Smith-Rare Coins 2512 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 7-1200 1 Current Dividend Raw 4 1 o/ P" ,nnuni %  ^ paid and 8 compounded quarterly Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings account by Dec. 20 and earn from the 1st. It Stands TALL When You Need It Most... There's nothing better than a cash reserve to protect the welfare of your family when sudden emergencies appear. And, there's no better place to keep your cash reserve than in a Dade Federal Savings Account. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JCWISH UNITY and THE JMISH WEEKLY 36 Number 49 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1963 Four Sections—-Price 2Cc Ecumenical Council Tables Statement on Jewish Ties Lim Gross, noted Americcn scupltor, has created a six-foot (•nuke; menorah in bronze which will be kindled for the first .'at the Chanukc Fes'.ival for Israel sponsored by Israel ds at Madison Square Garden in New York. The menorah bines the traditional eight-branched Chanuka candelawith symbolic elements denoting the spirit of freedom cciatod with the holiday. AT AlCONOIIISS AWARD CKtMOWr tj Credo in Fight Against ligotry Told 2 Years Ago By Special Report i Jam n ainst bigotry and disInation because I think they r BID for hurnari underI or equal justice, for opportunity Lecause 1 I re right. %  ;.: %  this country always be the I hen i man needs — and the 1: and — no greater ex[ this." Ill ;'icv words, Lyndon Raines I uii.' an address beiryland Chapter of the wish Congress in BalVpril 3. 1962. he occa:icn was the presenM to liio then Vice President he Maryland Chapter's StephJB. 'V Medallion, named for I founder and longtime leader M Amtrican Jewish Cor. jress. n-_art!ed to Mr. Johnson distinguished service to the of democracy ard insoir'?ad?rship a Vice Preset [the United States and chair%  r. cf the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunities." In accepting the Medalion from Jack Levin, president of the A.ICongress .Maryland Chapter, Mr. Johnson declared: "I accept this honor in good conscience only because I view it as a token of appreciation and encouragement to those Americans, including members of the American Jewish Congress, who have worked -o long to make the American dream a way of life. •But I could never view this plaque as a tribute to me alone. You see 1 got my reward' for my efforts against ( Iscrimlnation long before tonight. My reward has been an increased understanding and appreciation of what my country stands [or and must be. "My -proi'f has been a sharper awareness of what it is we offer when we Americans speak to the world." ,, In his acceptance speech, Mr. Continued, on Page 6-A ROME—(JTA)— The Ecumenical Council at the Vatican concluded its linal wnking day of the curI rent session Monday without a deI Cision to discuss Chapters Four; ] and Five of its proposed schema 1 on ecumenism. Those chapters i deal with the relations of the Cath1 olic Church toward the Jewish people, and with religious liberty. However Augustin Cardinal Bea, head ol the Vatican's Secretariat for Mie Promotion of Christian Unity, the principal proponent of both chapters, told the assembled 2.200 prelates at the Council that he expects written comments on the chapters by March, and will present both subjects again for discussion and voting when the Council reconvenes, next September. Questioning the failure of the Council even to admit the two disputed chapters as a basis for discussion at the current session, Cardinal Bea told the prelates: "One could ask: Could not a vote have been taken at least to admit these chapters as a basis for discussion? To this question, one might perhaps answer in the affirmative. Nevertheless, I think we should be grateful to the moderators (the cardinals who administer the Council's proceedings) because they wished to give ample opportunity for speaking on these fundamental chapters which treat of matters that are sufficiently difficult, that present something new and are of greatest importance for the life and activity of the Church in our time." ANNOUNCEMENT MADE BY FEDERATION Dr. Irving Lehrman Will Head 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Cardinal Bea started his discusContinued on Page 11-A Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El tor 20 years, who holds the longest tenure of spiritual leadership in the Miami Jewish community, has accepted the championship of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign of Greater Miami, it was announced Wednesday by Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. As chairman of Combined Jewish Appeal, fund-raising arm of Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi Lehrman will spearhead the second largest philanthropic campaign in the community, which through one drive serves 57 agencies locally, nationally and overseas, meeting the needs of almost 500.OuO men. women and children annually. "We are 'xtremely pleased that Rabbi Lehrman, a dedicated and devoted spiritual leader, who has done so much for the general welfare of our entire community and of our city, has accepted this important position in our 1964 cam P-i'jn," Lelcourt declared. "Federation and our entire community are indebted to Samuel N. Friedland, chairman of the board, Joseph M. Lipman, president of Temple Emanu-El, and to the directors of the entire Continue-! on Page 10-A ISRAEL APPRECIATES SUPPORT ^ %  — Golds Meir Reports to Knesset On Israel's W Vote at UN STORY BEHIND LONE BALLOT PAGE 14-A .1ERUSALEM—< JTA i-Israel is ready for direct negotiations with the Arab states now regarding settlement of the Arab refugee problem, ""but no resolution will force [srael to accept a single refugee." Mrs. Golda Meir told the Knesset. Israel's Parliament. Monday. She made that statement in reporting on the actions that were fewrSea Scroll Found at Massada Ir.L AVIV—(JTA)—A Dead Sea p containing the 8lst to the [P-alms has been found at the padi fortress near the Dead where a team of Hebrew Uni-i "' naeologists are currentpcavating the palace of King ~d, it was announced here this -.• Dr. Yigael Yadin, Israel's %  %  r Chi t of Staff, and director |e expedition. v The first Biblical scroll dating from the period of the Second Temple (516 B.C.E.). it was found with B second non-Biblical scroll, inside the northwestern wall of the fortress. Prof. Yadin said that the script of the scroll is identical with that of the Dead Sea scrolls and will therefore be of great value for their study. Also found in the fortress during the latest phase of the excavation was a hoard of 17 silver shekels from the time of the first Jewish revolt around 70 C. E. The coins were inscribed with the words, •Shekel of Israel" and "Jerusalem the Holy." In other parts of the lortress were vessels, baskets and weapons, several scores of spherical stones used as catapult projectiles and fragments of shields. concluded two weeks ago by the cial Political Committee oi the United Nations General Assembly, where a resolution sponsored by the United States had been adopted by a vote of 83 to 1. Israel had cast the sole negative vote in t iai hallo'., calling the American resolution •unacceptable.'' Since the U.S. resolution tied the possible solution of the refugee problem to one clause of a 1948 Assembly resolution, callin.-j for "repatriation" of the Arab refugees or their compensation by Israel, Mrs. Meir told the : Knesset that the 1948 clause was being interpreted, "out of context and incorrectly." Mrs. Meir told the Parliament I that Israel appreciates the action i of 19 members of the UN that | had cosponsorc.l another orait. later withdraw!!, calling tor direel Continued oi Page 3-A L li a /1 / / /.• i tdition Chanuka. the Festival ot Light-, will be launched with the first candle next Tuesday evening. Sec. C and D of this week arc devoted to features in celebration of the l.ioliday. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Accepts Appointment Rabbi Silver Passes at 70 CLEVELAND —(JTA) — Thoustands oi mourners, including world .,ii:l national leaders o. the Zions! movement and high Washingion, state and local officials, atiended funeral services tor Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, outstanding s Zionist leader, who died last week* end from a heart att; ck I th ol 71). Eulogies lauding Dr. Silver i a Jev ish lea le \ great orator and groat American wen delivered be> fore a hushed assemblage ol 2,500 in The Temple, the tainous synao ue .n which he served as rabb for manj years, and at the graveside at Mayfield Cemetery, The euleoie* were Celivered by Dr. Emanuel Newmar.o, chairman o' the Jewish Agency for Israel-American Section; U.S. Sen. Frank J.. Lausche, of Ohio; Rabbi Solomon Freehof, of Pittsburgh; and'Rabbi Milton M. Mali, associate rabhi of The Temple. The services were con--Continued on Page 12-A 1



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Friday. December 6, 1963 Netter tried to turn the Jews of Palestine to agriculture; the third was responsible for a farflVng enterprise of settlement and rightly earned the title father of the Yishuv." But in truth Una were only helping Other* The'irsto; •,• turniiiKpcii.1. which marked the bemniny uf an unhniKen sweep of progress eulminaiifij in the reestablishment ol the State, was the dedication of .lews to life on the land m p.ooeenng indemndence. Not settling someone else on the soil, hut making apiculture a ay ol |if. (<„ %  tbeflUelVeB that was the mut mo.neiitoii>. i i-M.iutiunai-y ami ^instructive change i ver WMUfjRI in Israel. The true loumimEathem ol %  lewish agriculture ware >he fo;in ders of Petaih Tikva Rishon le Zion. Zichron Yaaku*. Rosh Pina, <".eder;i. and iho>e who followed them, until the proclamation ol the State. Revolt Against Submission The first step ... take i In a jcroup of young men from Jerusalem, joined by pioneers from Hungary, who in 1378 established Petach Tikva 'The Gateway ot Hope"—the first modern Jewish village in the homeland. A few years later came the men of "Bilu" — a society named alter the Hebrew initials of the Biblical call: "'() HOU.-e of Jacob, come, let us go!" — and the establishing of four more settlements in 188L' The pioneering aliyah that laid the foundations ol the State came mainly from Eastern Europe, with .bus from Russia as us vanguard. It was motivated bj revulsion against submission t<> the lot cf a nation in exile, and faith in the capacity ol the Jew to triumph over his grievous des tiny, alter th< course ol hi > homeland's histi ry, and trans form its landscape This faith was nourished by the renewed Influence of the Bible and the lessons of the national and social upheavals all around The anti-Jewish outbreaks in RuSlU during the '80s are usually cited as the major cause of the aliyah and settlement movement.s that led to the foundation ot the first "colonies. Unquestionably, peqroms and antiSemitism were a powerful incentive to Jewish immigration down the centuries, but they never set the direction and destination of those wanderings: least of all did they point the footsteps of the exiled and the expelled to aliyah *Jewist Fkrlcfltr Page 7-C A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS II. r. K<-iin'ii FIRE CHIEF Miami Beach Florida GREETINGS THISTLE I on sir in lion Co. 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Vfrrrm. 1* Page G-A lew !t* ffrririli itir Friday, December 6. 1963 A Yeans Lien By MAX LERNER iBJ Told His Credo Two Years Ago* Paris. Uw. = *ousd Se'of^atir;.^ shamefulness because tbej ,„I.L<> ^ „ ... ,..,.> which ma.1, such a 4* pos; J *• !" u ^ American e!fen P tha! eSuje nd shol him down rrom afar. i~ bound to do. ss Tier, v f-fifs -£-: %  j pjttpa^v^-^-* 1 5 ser %  strength to afford a bid lor world peace. II w„ memorable" achievement, and he was on the threshold ,„ far more Had he lived he would almost surely have been counted long toTgre^t leaders ol .ho modern era and he might wellM :,„,„D ame to the whole decade ... the Sixties as the Age ol Ken ,, edj For he had, above all else, the stuff ol growth m In p* Shis youth, he had already reached considerable maturitj as a statesmao with the capacity ... ride the tmn red Hue o. .u.u^em STS it? know whu, courage was crucial courageous enough to dare (o be prudent when mankind's late was at stake. 11 l a rcat tribute to him thai America and the world felt safer i„ the knowtedge that it was his hand on the West's nuclear trigger and not the hand of someone else, even while they knew that he d never abdicate the free world's strength. He had .he -are capacity to see that power without u idea behind n is blind, that the pom less idea is empty, and that only in. fusion of strength and intelligence can give mankind any hope. Thai iwhy the two greal events of hi< foreign policy were his cool behavior in the Cuban missile crisis and his boldness In shaping the tesl ban treaty. That is also why he knew that America s world stance would be meaningless If he did not back up the civil rights ic\ in.ion inside America. • • • His death will especially be felt by the younger, for he had become lor them a symbol of what was possible, with intelligence and will. He > this with i ou.ui, le We all have •dikes ur la. ol us is to '' wc,,m „i our emi onments. ••what i "", selves, and help er from Ihe ignoi "" ,;,,,, mat arc —.par !£ with a free society in an age of nuclcai > %  %  :' ns and *"•"' hides And he a loed: -I ,m not prepared to accept th* notion that racial or rengi-us hatret an-1 conflict are i evitable any more han our for fathers vf e P P r ed &f accei mudcy roads anei horses and bu qes ai BU irevirabie part of lit vv,. I:..' %  • 'i to believe thai can make this.cow try a torero. ; dat is possible t* l ie world. -We musi have confldi nee tl ,., make oura a society ,.. i, .,. id women of all rac ions and backgrounds can l under coi ol mutual reap md ol true equality of opporti "i believe thai we %  ..%  -ti| id r%  wn 6 45_J -Ope Jt S.'NSI' MI-( Opt" ( %  *i. normandie ICCXCS *VI •• "' MIAMI fetMH -Open *5CC*A. *AY Opd 6 45 •PURE CINEMA MftGIC || | s M •-.' H'W* | GILBERT-NY.MIM % %  YOU'LL LOVE IT!" ronanKi "' %  ii an absolute howler... CUE MAGAUNC tsMM3NDMk!NTS DANIELLE DARRIEUA ALAIN DELON-FfRNANOEl MEL tfRPER •JUtlfN DUVIVIER MICHELINE PRESLE CLAUDE DAUPHIN FRANC01SE ARNOUL CHARLEb AZNAVOUR IT'S A FACT! THE GREATEST ACTION, THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT %  • Admits" From 50 So"y No < TOR RISWV.TIOHS: MIAMI I4S-434J rr. i.uotRDAU i HOiitwooo WJ-lSlt BUStS MIAMI, MltMl BtACH 373 S37I HOME OF THE ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE 1AI ALAI BANIA JPALACEf JAI-ALAT US. 1 ATDANIA POST TtW 1:35 JJKCAI'SE: Older People and Convalescent* require an exceptional amount of care you want nothing but the best for your loved one*. Give them the heneft... and security of 24 hour medical supervision and thetapy at Ihe modern, nenv, fully-staffed, fully accredited .JACKSON MANOR NURSING HOME 1S61 It w 8th Avenue • Miami 36. Florida Write MH our informative brochure and discuss with your physkian. DOGTfiACK (y&hZW Ex.ts to track N.W. 103rd and N.W. 119th Streets i\ oon r 22 S U 'c dayS thfU Jan %  • %  *••*.•. Mor. than LI S r0n M dst0nd ,J eofs ,3 '0 Unreserved) Admission 50c HZ 2-iJ L* • • V C oral Terroce Gourn,ef Re$touraB ,R ^ a i S.mpl,f, ed "Tote" Board Buses Direct to Trock. NEW CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT



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Friday. December 6. 19G3 +Jf*vM fhrMrnr Page 9-A MAURICE SAMUEL WILL SPEAV Sunday Night Jewish National Fund Banquet to Celebrate fie Ami Dedication On N''v. 28. the new frontier | night banquet a success are the village of Me Ami was born in Isfollowing: rate as a Nahal un.t. agricultural arm of the Defense Forces. Some 200 young nip nand women moved into the il" Ami border development reclaimed and preparc•• by the Jewish National Fund. Me Ami, twin city of Greater Miami, and built with the combined resource* of Karon Kayomet and tho Jewish National Fund Council hare, will bo the object of celebration at a JNF banquet here Sunday evening in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Leon J. EN. president of the Council, said that Maurice Sam uel. internationally renowned writ ar and lecturer, will be guest speaker, Al.-o on the program of entertainment u Aviva Halaban. well-known Israeli operatic so prano Dr. FfvrBg Lehrman. chairman ol the Jewish .National Foundation. and Rabbi Mayer Abramowit*,' ihairtrftn of the-South Florida JNF.' Hostesses Will also participate in the evebe: ring's festivities. Leon J Ell, Rabbi Mayer Ahramowitz, Benjamin Appel. Johan L. Berman. Mrs Nathan Bookspan, William Bernstein, Albert Broad, Marshall (.'onus. Mrs Pearl Comis, Mrs Jacob I). Davis, Hyman Feldman, Ezra Finegold, Abraham Man, Ezra Finegold, Abraham Mi-Lillian Goodman Mayshie Friedberg Mrs Robert Garber, Abraham Grussman, Abraham GruaJiut, Max Hecht, Peter F. llelicr. Sam Kagan, Bernard Katz. Zev w Kogan, Mrs. Joseph Krantz, Mrs Louise Lustig. Mrs. Abraham Mason, Gershon Miller, Morris Mlnov Mrs. Miriam Press, [fldor Riffkin, Harry Rosen. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs Samuel Sack. Sam Schaehna, Irving Schatzman, Mrs. Wolle Shkiair. Al Sherman, Meyer Siegel, Ben Sliver. Dr. Michael Sossin, Joahua Z. Stadlan. Mrs Faye Tupler. Dr Best Zuckerbraun. for the evening will Israel Porush. ninth grade student and president of the Hebrew Academy Student Body, presents a check to Benjamin Meyers, a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The check represents funds raised by Academy students for the local Federation every year. Looking on is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. ry Feldman. Ezra lian Goodman Finvgold. Lil Zee Dover, loa-ul for the South • %  .i-t ar | PET SHOP 1105 NW lift* ST. AtU • 3021 ANIMAL KINGDOM #WN^WWWVWN^V* ^<^'>r > WVN *^ 20o DISCOUNT ON ALL • CAMERAS • FILM • PROCESSING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT Moil or grins with This Ad Craig's Camera Center 7356 S.W. Rod Rd. Ph. 665 Sill *AiyvVVW>*A*AAA^AAMA HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS BEST PAINTERS 472 NW 36th St. Ph. 635-4505 CHANUKA GREETINGS Melrose Glass Co. 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r. Page 8-D +JewistncrkiiaF Friday. December 6. 1963 ALFRED ARONOVITZ AND ROBERT M. HAYERFIELD EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SEYBOLD BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY CHANUKA SOUTH PACIFIC RATTAN FURNITURE MFGS. OF CUSTOM MADE PHILIPPINE RATTAN FURNITURE 7200 BISCAYNE BLVD. PL 4-2781 • If f Tflftl HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM Endowed *nd Incorporated — Reiidanttjl and Transit*! — Raasonabla Rates 24-Hour Nvrtirtf Car* far Convalaacanti—Invaliata—Aaad Raaittarad NurMj 6. I. THARP, Director IMES W. MIZZAU, Director 2*2 • N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, F10*IDA GREETINGS MOTOR PARTS & BEARINGS INC. Best Discount it Town en Wholesale Automotive Farts 4111 N.W. 17th AVENUE Phone NE 5-2547 Maccabean Spirit Did Not Die With Judah r By ALBERT FRIEDMAN W HILE Chanuka brightly recalls the ancient Maccabean struggle against tyranny, it also brings disquieting reminders that a few modern scholars believe the Maccabean spirit died after the destruction of the Temple by the Romans. Dr. Paul HUlberg. author of "The Destruction of European Jews." the psychiatrist Dr. Bruno Bcttelheim and the social philosopher Dr. Hannah Ahrendt contend, in effect, that diaspora Jewry "unlearned" the habit ol resistance. The habitual use of compliance, petition and persua sion in a hotile Gentile environ ment supposedly disabled Euro pean Jewry from effectively struggling against Hitler ism. According to this view, the European Jews relied upon once valid forms ol peaceful defense that were no longer relevant— and unconsciously collaborated in their own destruction. Spectrum of Response Now, it is my contention that there never was a specific "Jewish" response to authoritarian terror, although one may proper ly speak, perhaps, of typically human reactions to unendurable PORTOFMXO Sends GREETINGS to ALL HIS FRIENDS Al he S£ [ i in ic 4 ;s M BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA to our many Friends and Customers Mrs. Patricia Giltner. staff nurse of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, welcomes an Alaskan Eskimo shortly before his recent admission to the hospital. The patient. 45-year-c!d Axel Otton, is shown as he and three other tubercular Esikmo patients arrive at Lowty Air Force Base in Denver. All tojr are to be treated at NJH for druq-resistant tuberculosis, a form of the disease that cannot be conquered with the most commonly-used ar.ti-TB drugs. stress. We have plenty of evidence that European .lews, like other minorities, exhibited the total spectrum of possible responses to Hitlerisni. ran;;inu from bleak resignation to suJOXES MOY1XK A STIHtU.H Established 1919 STORAGE PACKING NEW WAREHOUSE & OFFICES JE 2-3443 133018th STREET Miami Beach pnine heroism. (Incidental!). it is not explained why so many Jew s who had supposedly # un learned" the Maccabean spirit "relearned" it so rnagnUice:r,i during Israel's War of Independ ence). Was there really a typical Jewish "behavior pattern" tha' prevailed in Europe through the centuries? The scholars ha\r not provided convincing histon cal evidence. Examples of Resistance Let us grant that "petit to Church and State for th


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Page 6-A t r..vffkw t c Ma in Friday, December 6, 196 A Ycung Lien LBJ Told His Credo Two Years Agi By MAX LERNER Pans. n a s a monstrous ci*-ori .>r>(l it involves :i'l A—*rw tJrtS.' ESSTttS tolerated a climate of fanatic paswhich made such a deed possible Mbl *. Kenaeu %.s j^Jje* ;, victim Of a crazed Civil War mentality as *af.ter AmericaPresident who fell a victim to the buhet of Jo'in Wilkes Boo h. Sin" c?n be said for Booth: he had at least the courage to brandish his pistol before Lincoln, while President Kennedys a.sassu Uickeeven that courage and shot him down from afar. It is still unbelievable tha" one who was so alive, in the full current of youth and judgment .md action s.oula SO iabrupt* have Me snuffed out. Everywhere in Europe there is g ief. He c ml arts, ho=e people have not shared their government B hostility to the Ken£5 poheies, crowds have been milling arm.r.d the American I,mSassv eager to be counted in some way among those anguished by hfs death All great events arc in some degree unbelievable because ihev suddenly transform the landscape of world history, as this one is bound to do. He seemed to have everytbing-life. brilliance, scope and grasp. quickness of mind, grace. Will, a capacity lor decision. It was a ,-,recombination of talents come toge.her-luck.lv tor his CMattp-Jt a crucial moment in its history, jusl hcn it seemed to be bested IB the crucial struggle of will and ideas against a formidable world loe. In three short years, under his leadership. America and the free world did better than restore the balance, and had enough reserve strength to afford a bid lor world peace. • • • It was a memorable achievement, and he was on the threshold of far more. Had he lived he would almost surely have been counted among the great leaders of the modern era, and he might well have given his name to the whole decade of the Sixties as the "Age of Kennedy For he had. above all else, the stuff ot growth in him. Despite his youth, he had already reached considerable maturity as a statesman, with the capacity to ride the tnin red line 01 juagmem, wise enough to know when courage was crucial, courageous enough to dare to be prudent when mankind's fate was at stake. II is a great tribute to him that America and the world felt safer in the knowledge that it was his hand on the West's nuclear trigger and not the hand of someone else, even while they knew that he would never abdicate the free world's strength. He had the rare capacity to fee that power without an idea behind it is blind, that the powerless idea is empty, and that only the fusion of strength and intelligence can give mankind any hope. That is whv the two great events of his foreign policy were his cool behavior in the Cuban missile crisis and his boldness in shaping the test ban treaty. That is also why he knew that America's world stance would be meaningless If he did not back up the civil rights revolution inside America. • • • His death will especially be felt by the younger, for he had become for them a symbol of what was possible, with intelligence and will. He set apolitical style for them which will live long after his death. He was a young lion, treading his way with a proud grace until a murderous hate stopped him in his path, and after that there was darkness. Is that what happened? The act itself took place in the befuddled brainpan of a criminal fool, or of a little band of them. But 1 should not like to carry the conscience of those who generated the ideas which finally found their way into that brainpan. There will be a great recoil from those ideas, all over the nation, and for a time there will be lip-service paid to the cause for which President Kennedy wrought and fought and died. But how long will either the recoil or the lip-service last? Only an aroused national conscience can bring into being a new national will, to back up President Lyndon Johnson in the unfinished work still remaining to be done, and to fill the second teim, which John Kennedy would probably have had. with the kind of idea.-, and action which he did not live (o carry out. BECAUSE: Older People and Convalescents require an exceptional amount of care you want nothing but the beat for your loved one*. Continued from Page 1-A Johnson quoted from a magazine article by Libby Benedict which said in part: "What a minority group wants is ret the right to have geniuses among them but the right to have fools and sccundrels — without being condemned as a group. "Every group has about the same proportion of wrong-doers. But when wrongdoers belong to a minority group, their i number is magnified in the minds of other people. Minorities would gladly give up the reflected glory of their great men, if only the world didn't burden them with the ignominy of their scoundrels." Commenting, Mr. Johnson told the American Jewish Congress dinner: "It seems to me that if people could take that lesson to heart it would be us Americans. For who among us has not felt the sting of being in a minority at one time or another? "I make that point only as a reminder that when we stand up against bigotry we are not being charitable to 'other' groups. We are protecting our own precious rights to be judged as individuals." The (hen Vice President empha sized the force of custom as an obstacle to human advancement. "We see the painful truth of this as we observe efforts to erase from our society the blot of racial and religious discrimination," he declared adding: Zilbert Named to Board Leonard Zilbert, 7800 Beach View Dr., North Bay Island, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education. "And I say this with no TioTierthan thou attitude. We all have been influenced by the ideas, the assumptions, the iikes, the dislikes, of our fathers • -nd grandfathers. Each of us is to some degree a victim of our environments. "What we must do is free ourselves, and help to free each other, from the ignorance, the outmo: td notions, that are incompatible with a free society in an age i of nuclear weapons and space ve! hides." And he adacd: "I am not prepared to accept thenotion that racial or religious hatred and conflict are] evitable any more than our fj fathers were prepared o ace mudey roads and horses and gies as an inevitable part of "We have yot to believe tluii can make this courfy a Corel | example of what is possil i I the world. "We must have confidence : we can make ours a BOCietl | which men and women of all 1 religions and backgrounds c;inl under conditions of mutual reJ and of true equality of opporf ty. i "I believe that we can." Mau&u* £**** [ ISCAVNt BLVD l I6ti FUEE PAIKING Onen 6 45_ Open 6:45. normandie parkway ICOWNS AVE. .< 74* MIAMI BEACH -Open 1:45CORAL WAV Open 6:45 "PURE CINEMA MAGIC... munus in mi timimr | GILBERTNY.MIRROR YOU'LL LOVE IT!" romantically intrijuing; in absolute howler... CUE MAGAZINE (sMMaMDMeMIS DANIELLE DARRIEUX ALAIN DELON-FERNANDEL MEL FERRER-JULIEN DUVIVIER MICHELINE PRESLE CLAUDE DAUPHIN FRANCOISE ARNOUL CHARLES AZNAVOUR IT'S A FACT.' 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Friday; December 6. 1963 menorahs. In addition, the Book of Chronicles mentions silver menorahs in the First Temple. The prophet Zechanah uses the menorah as a cosmological and political symbol. AH through the period of the Second Temple the menorah was an important appurtenance in the Temple WOTthip. When the Temple in Jerusalem was finally destroyed by the Romans under Titus in 70 C.E., the menorah was reproduced with other spoils of the Temple on a relief of the Arch of Titus in Home. This representation, the earliest preserved and most authentic of the sevenbranched candlesticks, can be >een even today in the Italian capital. W? Offer Praise The seven branched candlestick in use today in synagogues ;.ll over the world is an imitation of the nu'norah thai had been used in beth Temples, wh ;the Chanuka menorah with its eight lamps and its extra kindling light called the Shammes |servant' is a form of menorah used only during this one week Of the Festival of Light v The symbols which have beer designed on various menorahs throughout the ages are often revelling of the particular beliefs and superstitions prevailing during certain eras. There are 15th Century Italian Chanuka lamps that are decorated with tritons and centaurs, while later menorahs from Italy reveal only a burninr lamp flanked with lions. Old Russian and Polish specimens show the stages and tree of life motif in their panel decoration. Oriental lamps, from Israel and neighboring countries, frequently exhibit in their decoration the crescent and star, birds, the hand amulet. To this -lay then, the menorah %  em a ins the best-known Jewish symbol and its significance in Jewish life is great. Particularly i< this so during the eight-day Chanuka festival when throughcut the world in every Jewish home that is worthy to be callrSdlian Page 5-C Marine Engine Overhaul and Installation Distributors Universal Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC. 411 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami 36, Florida C. A. leefar Telephone 373-66*9 A HAPPY CHANUKA Victor Pianos and Organs SALES • TUNINGS 300 NW 54th ST. Ph. PL 8-8795 A Happy Chanuka to All S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I. RMl ••• APP'*'"' Confull.nt 307 Ainsley Bldg. Phone FR 1-1639 The drab atmosphere of a recruit barracks is brightened by the Chanuka lights kindled by these young servicemen and their Jewish chaplain. Marine Corps and Navy trainees take part in a ceremony which is typical of scenes all over the world where American Jewish GIs are on duty. Chanuka gifts and holiday supplies shipped by the National Jewish Welfare Board brighten the Festival of Lights for young men and women far from home. during the days when Judaism was in danger of extinction by a pagan power, for the heroism displayed by the Jewish army in those days, for the solace He had thereby brought to the Jewish people. The idea of religious light and political liberation shines forth from these little twinkling candles. And the menorah itself upon which these lighted candles rest reminds us of the tree of life, of the lifeforce that should be guided by the moral teachings of the Torah if it is not to be weakened, smothered and eventually extinguished. Finally these lighted candles and the candlestick upon which they rest recall to us our own contemporary Maccabee period when fifteen and a half years ago Jewish h e ro i c determination Continued on Page 12-C TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS JOE'S MARKER SHOP 3 Chairs + No Waiting Air Conditioned — Manicurist 2351 G ALIA NO ST. (Off Miracle Mile) Ph. 444-9247 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS SMITH MARINE COMPANY • YACHT BASINS 11325 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 751 0361 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HARRY E. HODSDEN • REAL ESTATE BROKER 30 NE 50rh TERRACE Phone PL 9-0869 GREETINGS! T. 1 James Const. Compairy, tec. ROCK ~HUSAND "WE MOVE THE EARTH" 1700 N.W. 119th ST. Ph. MU 8-8621 "We Have Modern Equipment For Rent" Chanuka Greetings To All Our Friends Councilman and Mrs. M. J. 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Friday. December 6. 1963 'Jntlsii rhriiitr Page 3-B Pioneer Women Slate Activities Pior.pcr Women Club l, Mr personal observations gathered Ki tz prcsidi > h.' during a fhe-wcek stud) seminar part) on Monday, 7 in Israel thi star Restaurant, 841 Miami Beach Councilman Hyman Galbut purch'-'-es ;i Ave Principal speaker will be Mrs. Milton i Ireen, (lounc d pi < sidenl. Mrs Sadie Hubert will i Her the invocation and .!-< I'll HurwitZ will preside at 'i candlelighting ceremony. Mrs. Abraham Shedtoff is chairing the event, and all proceeds are marked tor the Child Rescue Fund of Moetzet Hapoalot President is Mrs, Ida Littman. Kadimah Chapter, president, Mrs. .lack Sills, will meet on Thursday evening in the Coliseum at 1500 g e fj, 0 oy jj Coupies Club Douglas id In honor of Jewish Hook Month. Louis Schwartzman. executive c irector. Bureau of Education, will review "Dust." by Yael Dayan. Mrs. Leo Goldman is program chairman. Mr and Mrs .Incoh Hubert are sponsoring a Chanuka dinner for members of Club 2. Affair is to he Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader ol Beth David Congregation, will conduct an adult discussion group at the regular meeting of the Young Married Couples Club in the social hall next Wednesday evening at 8:15 p.m. Lewis F. Cohen is president of the group. hood of Temple Zamora n hold an open board meeting %  dnesda] 8 IS p m ai lempn 'I'll ii.i u ill be (hanuka amora lllllllf I ^1* II" 1 Hi %  ^ ii.i.n.nu Gift -!, p merchandise and the What's i ooking for Yom Tot What's < ooking for ivm i "\ kboo.s. compiled t>> Mrs Vera and MrAnn Goldberg, available TicketMr the a luncheon mav be our F Icr be y .1 IM" available I u'ket.tor UlC ( iiuika luncheon may be pur < ised Refreshments will be id The Hannah Circle is in charge arranttmentfor the meeting. h.urman is Mrs Alma Lois Sylvia Altman i(iitt :*;.i|> chairman Mrs Ann Ilir-h i hospitalit) i bairn Mrs Dorothj Gn hood president. t 'hanukah home d< coratini lest is bi I !. and prizes will l| l'ie annual Chanuka i andlelii htinj ceremonj on day, Dec 1.".. ; 30 p m Children and parentwill participate The Hannah Circle will host four Friday nub' Oneg Shabbats at the Temple, and will sponsor a Cha nuka luncfieon and card party on Thursday, Dec i" Free babysitting services will be available. Committee memberui tin I II cle. serving with Mrs Alma Lois Brooks, chairman, are Mes lames Jean Cohen, .lean F-ki'ci-. FnUic Babricand, Vera Fiedler. Ceil Fi-hman. Leah Fried-on. Bea Klein, F.dna Kusnick. Pauline Linker. Blma Pont. Ruth Shuman. and Alice Simons Saporitissimi!... (ifsliiiiakslr! ...The tastiest! Whether vcu describe it in Italian, tat isl di ius ;-.IL:H MI -inner fKBM Chef BO) V' : .. CHEF BOY-AH-DEE ipcghelii Dinner B'nai B'rith Singles B 'i B'rith Social Singles is having %  night club social on Sal urday, : p.m., at the Casablanca Hotel. All singles adults over 33 int ited Spaghetti To Grace Your Holiday Table ASK FOR %  Conplete in this one package! Cook ipoghetli o lotto. Meal and odd oulhentir. Italian Mushroom Sauce Top with loll of lippy cheese. Fow quick gethmakiie.. tultobuono'Costi only about 1S pot serving. Produced and Bottled by L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonkers, N.Y. Treat your fam/fy to Kasha Varnishkesf i KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu Ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVEI to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan. New York I MAN, THAT'S A DISHl creamy cream c\\eese 5 /?f i yummy date nut \)^m '^-m... Delicious Dreams Come True WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN are you g.'l the packaRti marked Philadelphia Brand Guaranteed fresh when you buy it or your money back That's Krafts promise to you. j-y|5 T lEST.7. because Philadelphia Brand cream cheese is made with that "particular appeal" to the yiddishen ta'am ... FRESHEST because it's the fastest-selling cream cheese in town. Certified Kosher.



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?:ge 10-A *. I**. i*t fhrkRaiF Dr. Lehrman Will Head '64 Combined Appeal Continued from Page 1-A : igreg.ition for allowing us to are with them the services and capabilities of their spiritual tader." accepting the post, Dr. Lehr: i said th;it "as a rabbi, and as Ticmber ul our community for • ny years I have accepted the irmanship ol the 19<>4 Combined i-li App< ;.l hocaiiso I loci that \ i~ the responsibility of every mber <>t our Jewish community. : lso teel lhal l am following the cepts oJ the rabbis of the Talil who said, 'Do not separate ; m the community Thev recognized tinaan in• .ral part ol our total religious t Timitmcni as Jew-." ho said. e best means ol fulfilling our responsibility to our community I to our people that I know is ouch the Combined Jewish Ap; al. wh ; ch represents all 01 uin islanding programs of service. ally, nationally, in Israel, and I oughout ; he world."' Joseph .M Lipton. president of T-niple Emanu-El. and a past Fed —lion campaign chairman, called needs ot men. women ard chil%  ii served by Federation and < A "of paramount importance to 'For that reason, we of Tern: e Emanu-El are extremely -oud that the Executive Comittee of Federation has invited "abbi Lehrman to head the 1964 JA campaign, and on behalf of e m p I e Emanu-El we are eased that the Rabbi has accepted this extremely high place in the service of our community and of our people." Samuel N Friedland. 1963 CJA chairman, and Temple EmanuF.l board chairman, announced that the TV tuple was proud to make its spiritual leader available to the entire Jewish community M,d to its Central source lor health and welfare needs, "In the many years of association with on.Temple ard with our community. Rabbi Lehrman's per*inal dedication and devotion to the welfare til all has been an inspiration which wo have personally an proud to emulate." Friedland stated. "Realising the vital role that CJA playi in the betterment .it our community, and in the inculcation of Jewish tradition in our families and in our children, we are prouJ to share Rabbi Lehrman Dr. Lehrman is a former secretary of the Rabbinical Assembly with you for this vital campaign." of America, the national body representing the Conservative move ment affiliated with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and is president of the Rabbinical Assembly's Southeast Region. He serves on the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, and is the tenth generation ol his family to pursue the rabbin'.te in an unbroken chain. His father was the late Rabbi Abraham Lehrman. who served as spiritual leader for 20 years at the Glory of Israel Holm w Institute in New York City, and ho 1tiio grandson of the famous Chassiuic Rabbi, affection. toly known as "The Hrocker Rebbe.'' During Dr. Lehrman's long tenure of service to Temple EmanuEl and to the Greater Miami community, he has been a spokesman and active participant in the work of Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal. In 1917, he was chosen by Federation to visit the D.P. Camps of Europe and Israel as one of three reprtrertatives of the Jewish community here. His report on the plight of the .lows in Europe and Israel brought him national recognition. Numerous communities throughout the South utilize! his services in their fund-raising olforts. and the Great or Miami Jewish Federation presented him with a plaque for his "invaluable assistance to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal." At present, he is a member of the National Rabbinical Advisory Committee of the United Jewish Appeal and the Nationil Council of the Joint Distribution Committee. A graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion of Now York City. Rabbi Lehrman received the degree of Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Literature. In 1958. he received a Doctor of Hebrew Literature degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. His many philanthropic and communal undertakings include service on the National Board of Directors of the American Tochnion Society, past president of the Board of Directors of the Dado County Chapter of tho Am.-rican Red Cross, and past president of the Rabbinical. Association of Greater Miami. I Dr. Lehrman serves as a member of the Miami Beach Social Service Department Advisors Roard. and is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Synagogue Council of America, the Executive Committee of the Florida Anti-Defamation League, and -orvod for two years as a member of the Governor's Bi-Racial Com1 mittee. Chairman of the Jewish National Fund Foundation of Greater Miami, Dr. Lehrman participatj| TM St QCI*W AT lh STRIKT • MIAMI BIACH ed in ground dedication ceremonies for the new sister city of Me Ami in Israel. Dr. Lehrman inow working in conjunction with tho American Frid ay, December 6, 196 3 Jewish History Center on a research stiich of the early history of lie Jewish community in Flor1 B in recognition of his many contribution, to the American ,,., h S cene, Temple Emanu-El established the Dr. Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern Jewish Hi*tor) at the Jewish Theological Seminary ol America 1(1 Superb catering a luxurious new setting Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations.receptions.etc. Parktngon premises. For groups from 15 to 1500... superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. 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Friday. December 6. 1963 vJmlsti flhrkBam Page 7-A f leneral Chairman Leonard Rosen (left), congratulates Jacob lohen who wi"l b hen ^d 'an. 5 at the Deauville Hotel at the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy. Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk, whose son attends the Academy, will be principal speaKer at the SlOO-a-couple function. Herman Wouk Will be Principal Speaker At Hebrew Academy Award Dinner Jan. 5 at the Hebrew Academy. Kosen announced He reported the nal of 1.600 persons for the 16th annual dinner "attainable, it all members keep up their hard work." Wouk i.1 visiting professor at \\ -h'\.: I ni> ersitj in New York City and holds Ihe honorarj degree ol Doctor di Humane Letters from Yeshiva, granted in 1955. lie received an AB ir nn Columbia Universit) in 1934 Before entering the literary field Wouk spent many years as a radio writer, many of them as script writer for comedian Fred Al.en. He served as a presidantial consulting expert in the U. S. Treasury Department during the 1941 promotion of war bonds. It was during himilitary ca•• er thai Wouk first seriouslj con templated entering the literarj field Hilour yearas a nava officer in the Pacific during World War II gave him the basis tor his moat acclaimed of novels. "The Caine Mutiny" The book quickly received worldwide approval. It received the Pulitzer Prize for fielinn and to 'late has sold over two million copies. It has been made into an important motion picture. Wouk -pert three years a-ca in the Pacific war. His last post u.ithat of executive officer of the tss Southward, a destroyer mine -weeper He earned tour campaign Stars and a unit commendation ribbon Many critichave acclaimed his no: fictional work. "This is My C id," by far himost inspirational woik. The boi K d ah with Judaism, t iching ;t.hi-:;>ry. beliefs, liturgy and observant • i His' lafesi book! "Yout gblood Hawke," ii another best seller. Pulitzer Prizewinner Herman M .uk haaccepted in Invitation t i. principal -r sker at the 16th ani ial scholarship dinner of the i iti r Ml iml Hebrew Academy, i ouig M '.ut;i r president and i ,.„..., i i: ten, -< neral managei meed VVednesdaj Wouk. Whose famil) ilisted •< t]M rounders "i the Hebrew lent). has a son Nathaniel, in HERMAN WOUK the ninth .tide of the Southonly lit brew a) school offering com plet< clemet'larj school and junior high currii ula ib' Cohen, Miami Beach In dustnaliitt, hotelman and philan thrupist. will be honored at the$100 iple dinner, scheduled Jan :> at •i.. ;>,.,. le Hotel in Miami Beach Former Miami Be.ich Councilman wolf ie Cohen Wednesday was named chairman of a special honorary committee for the gala function, always one of the social highl.ghts of the Jewish community. Named to the committee were Samui I Cohen, MrSarah Czech. rles Fruchtman, Harrj Genet. p a u| Gordoi Mrs Jennie


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r ,. Florida. Friday, December 6. 1963 -knistncridlicir Page 13-D |Mrant o [• bi -iiiIher now %  fi lot pi 1 I n %  'I: IU i ni. Ihi I 1 I.,'. I' I ll j PW One doesn't keep rugging off someone non as -oiii* f the scornful Uiuh'-Jeu'sh writers keep .fl Zitngwtl'. i get od deal, and constantreleraaMt to -Zawg w i U books; 1 ••<'" see them .helves of people half my The name has at least Ugh somehow to the people. In Israel they ; ,,,,l ;i street after him received a Yiddish book A the Mcnorah PublishZangwill St.. Tel Aviv. I would have liked that -h a> well as Hebrew published in Israel. vhatevs* the ordinary %  caderi find In Zangwill. .. h reader, especially _-!i and American Anylor.'.ider. has something in he cannot have in the Anyone who wants to ind understand Jewish English speaking counIcnov Zangwill it is gwill who is poorer for read by them. It is arc poorer for not read IK' has said something ,^hibankof cs'-aN .,hinovels —which ricjM i'. more under%  li.in knowlediieable of and thought and be and ol .lewish wayand tngle-Jewish reader io tor the Anglo-JewZangwill is im|x>rtant ause tuBtandi for m as I %  i. -lent, our literary Even if our angry Anglo Jewish writers one day surpass and Zangwill, they will Mill read him for their guld Heirs must know their must have a tradition • rit. Otherwise they are but parvenus, up Blend of Proust i isomething in Zangwhich the Anglo-Jew Kb • em(w turn instinctive Zangwill having been over ind before, has in a way • n the lines on which the liters ot that scene must Alexander Baron ha.s just a new book. "The Low and this is what a critic Ion daily begins with: End comedy has attracted line of writers from Zango Wolf Mankowitz. The • comer to this tield is ler Baron, who first made GORDON ROOFING AND |SKEET METAL WORKS INC. -8 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 IVi your roof repaired now: yoi save on a new rool later 'Satisfactory Woik by Experienced Men" ; Attend services tfiis week at your own place of worntt WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 his mark with 'From the City from the Plough.' a sensitive war novel He is being boosted by his publishers as the Damon Runyon ot Hackney Knowingthis author there will be a serious t*mfr-t* +fe—farce "• Zangwdl's touch clings to the scene. "OurIOIIS blend of Proust and Zangwill.*' says another reviewer of Jacqueline Shohefs Jacob's Ladder. Always, with every new anglo.lewish novel the critics apply the measure of Zangwill's name The Anglo-Jewish novelists do it themselves, like Marghanita Laski hailing James Yaffe as having produced "the best Jewish stories I remember reading since Zangwill." Recently Baron wrote to me about an idea he wanted to put forward to make a selection of Jewish books in all languages of "lasting power There' would be "only i few." he thought, and he made a short list of those he wanted to nominate. Of course. hi' said. I would include 'Children ol the Qhetto.' its Individual portraits are simple in the •ensc that many of Dickon's characters are simple, and that folk literature is simple, but you and I know that this picture ot a small Jewish world, for all its uniqueness -because of its uniqueness is also a picture ol all humanity." Emanuel Litvinoff wrote, when King ot Schnorrers" was repub li-hed, it succeeds remarkably in creating the feel Of a whole society. In a few well chosen comic episodes Zangwill prorides an insight into the social attitudes, snobberies and prejudices of the time. His Manasseh Mueno da Costa is a royal character, indeed, written up, with Dickensian gusto and invention. It could be objected that he is the only character in the book; that the rest exist only as foils for his brilliance; but one Manas seh is worth a score of the average characters one encounters in fiction. Nothing wittier or more elegant has been written about English Jewish history." ..It is the opinion I have expressed in print several times that Zangwill's "King of Schnorrers' is one of the great comic figures of literature, and in Jewish literature on a par with Shalom Aleichem s "Mcnaehem Mendel." who like the King lives in a world of grand illusions, both with their resemblances to Don Quixote. That is what the dramatic critic of the Daily Telegraph said w hen "King of Schnorrers was played in London in 1950. "a cross between Don Quixote and Baron Munchauscn." Much to Learn I wouldn't put Zangwill on the same literary height as Disraeli and Heine, but I don't think ot anyone else to stand as a third between them, a writer, a Jew tormented by his Jewhhness (though and perhaps because Disraeli and Heine were baptised and Zangwill was at timea heretic), a Jewish personality, a great Jewish figure. And Zangwill has drawn portraits of them both. Disraeli and Heine, m his "Dreamers of the Ghetto." He surely was like them, a Dreamer oi the Ghetto. The be-: way to commemorate Continued on Page 16-D TV HI-FI RADIO STEREO ANTENNAS American TV 7810 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 751-1381 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOJHtR LOCATION FOR YOUK CONVlNttNCt COULTON BROS. "A*T". "mumv %  -nil" row TMACO HOTS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MIRACLE MASSAGE SALON BETTY'S MIRACLE MASSAGE THE EDUCATED HANDS OF A MASSEUSE A /vMRACLE OF GENTLE STRENGTH 2373 Coral Wy. 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tage 14-A Page 2-A twist mnrSdtimr Friday, Decembel AMBASSADOR GIDEON RAPHAEL TO SPEAK Capacity Attendance Expected at Dinner !n Hcnor of Jacob Rifkin on Dec. 12 "We are pleased to honor you ior 15 years of outstanding devotion to Mt. Sinai Hospital," soys Leonard A. Wien, chairman of Mt. Sinai Hospital's third annual Jubilee Ball, to Samuel Geitner, executive director. J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hosptal (far left), smiles his approval. 'Evening of Elegance' to Sp3rk Mt. Sinai Jubilee Ball in Honor of Samuel Gertner fOK RELATED STORIES SEE PAGE S-A "An evening of elegance" is the, theme of Mt. Sinai Hospital's thirl j annual Jubilee Ball scheduled for Saturday evening, Dec. 14. at the Fontainebleau Hotel, according to Leonard A. Wien. chairman. The ball, to climax Mt. Sinai's Anniversary Week, will honor the hospital's executive director, Sam-j uel Gertner, "fur 15 years of on'. Mantling devotion." "Magnificent decorations, a lavish cocktail hour and a menu in the finest tradition of the Fontainebleau Hotel will he part of this glamorous eveniiv.:" : %  to Wein. In addition, continuous dance music, both society and Latin American, with ample space for dancina is planned Reservations are moving rapidly, "but several good tables and individual seats are still aviilable," he said. Advisory and ticket Committees held a special meeting on Tuesday to finalize all details and said that further reservations may be made by call%  ng the Public Relations Office at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Members of the committees are Mrs. Carl Bauman, Sam Blank. Larrie S. Blasberg, Mrs. E. E. Bloom, Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Max V. Cogen, Mr. ana Mrs. Edward L. Cowen. Paul Faske, A. C. Fine, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Louis A. Glasser, Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, A. J. Harris, Mrs. Lou Harris, Mrs. Marshall Harris, Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan, J. Gerald Lewis, William B. 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Ambassador Raphael cur-1 rently server as deputy director general of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Israel. In addition to the citation to Rifkin, tribute will be paid to him by Histadrut, which will name the Physiotherapy Department of the, medical center in his honor. Membership Night Dance Joint annual paid-up member ship night club dance, sponsored! by Jewish War Veterans North Shore Post s.nd Ladies' Auxiliary, will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, ] 9 p.m., in the Singapore Hotel.; AN ISRAEL BOND Is the Greatest Security for YOU and YOUR CHILDREN'S CHILDREN Moyrrtie Friedberg of the $100,003 under way. The Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florid] 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532., MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHEX NURSING HOME an! HEALTH CfNTfR OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROAI Total Care A Concept aeared to Combine J Spiritual, Medical Needs of the ndividual ft Aging, Recuperative, and Chron cally in. A Cheerful Home of Wormfh with [very Conven Including Elevator, Television, Etc. 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r ?zqe 14-B Psge 8-C 9-Jp^dhfUrktiar Fridav. Dte#mber6. 19R3 Friday, December 6, 1963 L^jrcctinys fe ^Arll j"t ran Chester, Blackburn & Roder, Inc. 1040 Biscayne Boulevard wtw YO*K • Miami 32, Florida Tel. 305 FR 9-2877 TRINIDAD SHIP BROKERS OPERATORS £ AGENTS fOR PAN AMERICAN MAIL LINES many $vi M/V ORO VEKDE W irm MIAMI to CtlSJOBAl. C.Z. M/V MONTEGO (TRANSHIPMENTS TO PANAMA, CENTRAL SOUTH AMERICA) AND ATLANTIC LINES, LTD. M/V ATLANTIC PEARl M/V ICE FLOWER M/V ICE PEARl StKVING rut WIST moits THfffE TIMES MONTNtr BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA A.B.C. RADIATOR SERVICE REPAIRED RECORED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Service While You Wdit Member oi "Charge-It Club" 6200 NW 27th AVENUE (Opposite Stevens Market) Phone OX 1-2221 To All Season's Greetings DADE NEON SIGN & SERVICE 16201 State Road 9 Miami, FU. W1 5-5711 TO ALL GREETINGS ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER WONT YOU llai-4i-Tampa Cigar? "THEY'RE BETTER" 73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185 GREETINGS... 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Snow in Tel Aviv There was "Tzena" in Israel in 1949 which meant austerity, empty shelves and ration books. Even accompanying the butcher into his icy larder and enduring a pinch here and a pat there failed to produce a filet or a pullet or even a liverwurst. It was ersatz time in the Holy Land. The corresponding complexA Happy Chanuka to All M. Glenn Tuttle %  USINESS INSORANCE SPfCIAUST Phone 444-3535 1800 CORAL WAY itics implicit in my husband's job of helping develop an airline system for the new government and > my job readily asserted themselves. Witnout benefit of license, rank or "protecHa" (null). I was expecled to produce three meals a day for husband and child. The necessary ingredients were just not available for the departments ol commerce or cuisine. Evidently nature and the Arabs were in cahoots, for each had conspired to deplete the resources of the fledgling nation That winter, for the first time in the history of the Bible, according to the Sabras. it snowed in Tel Aviv, thus compounding the problem resulting from the exodus of the Arab farmer. The land refused to yield. There was little milk, fruits or vegetables in Israel. Egga were on strict ration, as were meat and margarine. What tinned foods were available bore a South African label and a foreign flavor. Contrary to American methods the South Africans apparently canned only their inferior products. Or perhaps it was being unaccustomed to their preservatives that made the food unpalatable. Nevertheless since my stomach was more discerning than my eye. it refused to accept the contents of those colorful cans that were deceivers ever Thoughts of Mamma Naturally the electric stove our Israeli friends instructed us to bring was often bereft of cur rent because of. you guessed it. "tzena." And when all alone in my cold water kitchen, the Primus and I fought the s>ood fight, happily my thoughts turned to Mamma. Heading my list of "things never told me" was No. 1 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGENCY GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS LICENSED AND BONDED FOR STATE OF FLORIDA DODD JOHNSON, Chief Investigator 6610 NW 15th AVENUE OX 1-1551 TO ALL GREETINGS ARTISTS & MODELS HAIRDRESSERS, INC. "Distinctive Styling for the Discriminating Deep, Long Lasting Permanents CUTTING TINTING SHADING WIGS-SOLO i STYLED AIR CONDITIONED SALON 141 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables Phone 444-6179 To All Happy Holidays A. S. JONSON LABS., INC. PLASTIC EYES, PLASTIC EARMOLDS. SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS—COSMETIC—DENTISTRY (Plastic. Gold. Steel) 320 SE 1st AVE. Phone FR 4-6686 To All Greetings DRIVERS DISPATCH, INC. Screen & Furnish Drivers *or Truckers 1545 N.W. 119th STREET Ph. 688-4619 Edvtlir Schindler lives' in Miami ii .id her husband, Irrin R ScfandJer. ami their tuv children. A pfohfi* wntr. she recently recafred n e tm iaj recognition ulien one i'/ her short stones HW chosen /or publication m "CiirjJ.li." exclume bter.iT% m&w .if o\ the Unixtnuy of North Caroloi.i. With publication came an •"• ntatioti for her to attend u panel forum .II Chapel Hill conducted bv ri t( trorld'renoipned Ramleil J'JTIVII Mr. Schindler, a: one ninea commei pil.'i. fleir l from Yemen to /rufl in the now htttonc Operation Magic Carpel anJ tutu among those involved in the earhen „ lamsai o\ El Al irael Arrlines. The S lived in Israel, at B.i: T.i'n for .1 number of f*tt —Milk is sneaky. Tvirn your back for one minute and it just has to boil over. No. 2—A Micky Mantle arm is a prerequisite tor priming a Primus, Now Mamma cotiM make MBit th'ng out of anything or nothing But ask Mamma for a recipe, and she folded her arms smugly over the ample terrain of her bosom while her eyes narrowed into slits of cunning. Her stance was reminiscent 1 • Mati Hari unveiled as a spy but consecrated to keeping her counsel. Tarn by a desire to show off while reluctant to pass on esoteric information, ambivalent and proud, Mama would parry with: "Chop up the A Happy Holiday to All Our Friends & Patrons TATE'S DRUG STORE 519 NW 42nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone HI 8-7366 L C. TATE RICHTEft'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. ISO E. Faaajkr SVe* mom ra win BARNES CAST STONE SHOP CAST STONtWOUC JO OA06R MANTELS GRILLES PLAQUES Modern Polithad Siona Mjaferi*Phone Pi 9-0314 262 N.W. -4th STREET MIAMI r. u tA* (



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raqe 14-A m. Ifnisti Hcrldfori Friday, December 6. 1963 Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MINDUN On Learning to Spend Our Time Wisely and Well LESSONS FOR LIFE. By Robert I. Kahn. 240 pp. New York: Doubleday. $3.95. RABBI KAHN is from Texas, although not from %  Dallas Nevertheless it seems appropriate enough! at a time when the grief and horror still lie like stones in our hearts, and the very name of the city hisses like a curse from a far-off ase. conjuring up the blood iind-bone-soaked images of the dying there, appropriate enough, then, that from the young rabbi of Congregation Emanu El in Houston should come a .wise and loving book which guides the spirit with immense gentleness and great '_o id sense. The book is divided into sections: living with God. living with yourself, living with your family, living with neighbors, living in time and eternity. All the major concerns are there, and many of the minor ones—death and faith and love and morality ;m


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?aqe 10-B 9> lc* 1*1n^rirWif^in SHOPPING AROUND WUTH Mild Vel Liquid The Chanuka holidays, with all e festive entertaining, are sure create a great deal of activity Jewish kitchens around the .irld. All this activity will lead a heap ot pots, pans and dishes .it must he cleaned. Vel liquid from Colgate-Palmve is the best bet to do this lore for many reasons. Vel cuts eese last and -hortens the time HI have tc spend at the sink. el is certified Kosher and I'arve, you can use it for both meat ,d dairy dishes. Also important. ,1 is mild on the hands, so your ; testa will never be able to tell L JM Concert Sets Jan Peerce Here The University of Miami Symlony Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky inducting, will present the 499th id 500th concert since the or^estra's founding in 1J26 on Dec. %  and 9. The programs, third in the curI nt scries ol nine pair of sub• .ription concerts, will feature m Peerce internationally-known nor of the Metropolitan Opera mipany. The concerts are sivn at Miami Beach and Dade mnty Auditorium. A highlight of the program will I • Dr. Sevitzky'. new symphonic %  em arrangement <>t the Deems i> l %  r opera, "Peter [bbetson," a irk first performed in 1931 at e Metropolitan Opera. The orchestra will cpen the rogram with ths overture to .'erdi's "La Forie del Destino" and will follow with Wagner's Symphony in C Major. Richard Strauss' waltres from "Der Rosnkavalier" are also programmed. that your hands were deep in dishwater all day. For your dishwashing machine. try Vel-o -Matic. It washes everything party-clean, and even glassware needs no extra polishing. To get your house ready tor the holidays, you can rely on Ajax Powder with instant chlorine blea>h to help get those tough cleaning jobs done. All of these products come from the ColgatePalmolive Company, a name you know you can trust Switzerland Swiss Often imitated but never duplicated is Switzerland Swiss cheese. There are many Swiss cheeses on the market, but if you know quality then you surely know that nothing equals the true flavor and taste of Swiss cheese from Switzerland. A product of centuries of era ft manship and the most strict qualiy controls. Switzerland Swiss Is LM percent natural. It contains no chemicals) or food colors. II you have special company coming for chanuka your evening .'ill get off to a line start if you tom ih-P (. %  .tfmvint: SWi*uka holidays homemaken will have to put a good deal id' time and effort ul planning and serving large tanv| ilj do ners. Therefore it should he a meat relief lor tho-e homemakers to know that Buitoni cm help them make these meals ••asier and more delicious For example, there are very few traditional Jewish dishes that can't be enhanced by a steaming I platter of Buitoni Egg Noodles For quick dinners for dad or fast lunches for the children, boil a box of Buitoni Spajlu'ti or elbow macaroni, and top it with piping hot Buitoni Marmara Sauce. Buitoni's Marmara Sauce i> just the right blerd ol MSty and tangy spices and herbs It Friday. December 6, 1963 is ihe perfect change-of pa. 6 sauce that goes equally well WttB ush or meat Buitoni Marinara Sauce, like all the fine Buitoni spaghetti, mac,„,,, ;,,„i noodle pro ucts, icerlified kosher and parve. Ytban Coffee Almost every housewife krou,.„. words to the prayer taid during the lighting of the Chanuka candles Hearing them pronounced year after year is truly one of Uie traditional pleasures Now some modern wordhave (he power to conjure up lcelings lot traditional pleasures. The words are 'deep, dark and delicious. and the pleasure iYuban Coffee, the world's richest coffee. The key to Yuban's richer flavor iihe addition ol rare, aged coftec henns in the Yuban blend. Naturally you pay a little more for this premium coffee, but the rewards are worth the slight difference. Yuban Coffee can be enjoyed in the new "no key" cans or as Instant Yuban in a variety of jar sizes, ard these fine products are certified kosher and parve. Serve your family and guests the one coffee 'hat makes any meal a "simclia" meal—Yuban. Mr. Peerce will appear in both ctions ol the program. In the 1st part, he will be heard in andel's Say to Irene, from "Atanta" and Wagner's Prize Song am "Die Heistersinger PolWing the intermission, he will :ig arias Ouando le sere al Placi>, from Verdie's "Luisa Miller." it tu sc ledele. from Ver. i The Masked Ball." and Rachel, and du Seigneur, from Halevy's La Juive." r hi ,•-.'•* _.< v 0 uGinhavtj musical >^ — A IIJK), wr-^r,' Lowrey You play plaaatng malodlenttlit t from lha alartl Boglnnora,%  chlldran, adulU—anyont can play, right away—II Lowray • ••( The Starlat I Slorioua organ many oxclllrg and a*clulaffaetaV ino IUTII DCS.'.' %  •' %  ran, adulta—anyona can play. away—It'a ao aaay en a A •y. • > and ao aaay to ownl I Starlat brlnga you Lowroy'. I out organ tolcaa—plua>% ^5 DOWN — ** WEEKLY IMC MOMS THIAL Dade Music Co. 3 ) 3636 W. FLAGLER STHI 5-2625 <*3*t* tvtry Weekday (v>. TU *' 86 Proof, Blended Whiskey, 65% Grain Neutral Soirits C 1063 CaNtfl 0 St C, lOuiSVlHi. W Soft Whiskey, plain. Soft Whiskey, fancy. If you're buying Calvert Extra for yourself, you may prefer it in the plain bottle. (It's just as soft in this one.) For friends,you may prefer something a bit fancier—especially since the decanter doesn't cost you any extra. Pkr.no ED 1.ACC1



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V Friday. December 6. 1963 fi-h. add a little egg and onion and mat?o meal w rap in the skin and boi: This, in machine gun staccTto was Hiffliu's recipe for matrtrR gefilta fi.-h. I would ask. "But hmr nur c^gs. Mamma; how much matzo meal?" She always Murorod uMfca a • M>rm;* 'Who Measures'" Prom wider a cloud of nostal gia Mamma's uurds descended upon no. Vtsioi I of Mamma chopping and knej in? and ma^h ing awry while J'! the time re tpondhif to sorr.e intuitive sense triggered my >> n imagination and courage. Was I not my mother's daughter? International Recipe I stared at the poor fish before me. Oh carp th-it \ou are. artificially bred and nourished pot by the ancestral salty seas but made to ply 'be bland waters ol a Government Hatchery. I too shall make something uondrou> Of you. With trembling hand and shar pened knife I attacked, stripping the skin off the poor fish. After sprinkling with leatoningi and flour. I laid th-? fish out in m\ best glass catseroie. Inspired b> a growing fai'h in international ism. I added grated parmesan cheese from Rome, a can ot South African celery soup, some Israeli margarine and then drowned the whole concoction in red wine from Frjnce. All that remained wa> tor The electricity to remain on ; %  >•-. ^ enough for the fish to bake th-necessary thirty minutes. Every flab) -• has a moral From this eulinar) adventure 1 learned that A hen abandoned, improvise. You'd be surprised how this littie t I "it has paid off. For when we entertained VIPs at home, many :i deal was consum mated over camouilaged carp Because of the shortage of milk, the I-::. n ,li I developed a n t>eal ed Leban. Ihic ".>> slightly thinner in consistency than sour cream, tasted like piaster of paris but was cuan '-od to contain all the required vitamins. Head) from my success with the carp I tackled l.eb-a ail came up with —pancakes. I beat up some >ggs (who measures!), added u Mob of maple syrup and trie*) the mixture in margarine. Then I spooned on some strawberry preserves, dashed on a jiggei of brandy and set the whole d'a'. M fire Even Mamma weald have been im GREETINGS R. J. OYKES IRON WORKS INC. B03 D '. own tasks in field and factory, in housebuilding and road-making, in mine and quarry, in land, sea and air cornContinued on Page 15-C HOLIDAY GREETINGS Kern Awning Company Manufacturers ol Tarpaulins and Trailer Awningi Wholtsole Retail 3520 N.W. 50th Street Phone NE 5-2065 TO ALL GREETINGS HOWARD'S APPLIANCES FRANCHISED DEALER HOTPOINT APPLIANCES •sV SALES & SERVICE %  %  6400 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI 50, FLORIDA Phone PL 9-3989 758-1232 J. H. (JIAA) KELLY, Owner TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA DUNNING TEXACO SERVICE Sky Chief Supreme Gasoline Havolme Motor Oils -jr Marfax Lubrication Through Service We Grow' "ROAD SERVICE" No 1-5946 So. Dixie Hwy. MO 1-2071 No. 2-10401 So. Dixie Hwy, Kendall 667-6284 Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS 7800 NW 37th AVENUE Miami, Florida SWIMMING Pool Troubles? Ctrntwh &f%  MeM Ma*t P* $pteJattf DYSART Leaks Corrected • NWHn* MP*" Monthly ServK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED SERVING GREATER MIAMI 24 Hr. Service JE 1-5069 Page SC KP5H€R ZION *• SAUSAGE COMPANY -> OF CHICAGO WISHES OUR MANY FRIENDS a Happy Hanukah DAVID /WANASTER, ? !" All Product* Manufactured I'nder Strict U.S. Government Inspection and Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. KPSH€RZION SAUSAGE COMPANY Of CHICAGO HI UMM MtCUtCS, IBTMNUUnS. MUCATOStRS t SUPfMUtOTS I i CHANUKA GREETINGS Ph. 531-0357 THE ORIGINAL HOFFMANS 15th Street and Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR LOUIS BAIDA/ Goodwill Cifll Promotional Advertising jfaatrfo ike. 4590 N.E. 2nd Avenue P.O. Sox 37-634 Miomi, Florida Phone: 754-5536 Visit Our Air Conditioned Showroom BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SWEET PAPER SALES 6800 NW 36th AVENUE MIAMI TU 7-1594 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES .11 MIX F. AIJ ISO \ HOLIDAY GREETINGS >II:I. AMion M RSKRV W. Grew Our Own PLANTS-TREES—SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-697! A HAPPY CHANUKA SAM and MILDRED LUBIN BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO. 9365 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-6441 Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So. Dade



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F Friday. December 6, 1963 fJenist noridlinn Page ll-. 1 Ecumenical Tables Statement on Ties Oder statesman" Harry Sirkir. (riqht). who will be honored at the Temple Emanu-El Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner. leceives hearty congratulations from Dr. Irving Lehiman. spiritual leader ol the Temple, and Joseph M. Lipton, Temple president. Emanu-EI-lsrael Fete for Sirkin Tuesday Evening Tempi) Emanu El Israel Chanu ka Festival Dinner w ill take place I r.ir_;. the fll"-t "IH i rial uk i al the Fontaini bleau %  .it-, i -l-i M Liptoo, Temple presi and chairman "f the event, the Clwnuki Festival Dinner i -. % %  •%  iii n be unique in the his• %  ; the Temple and of the munity, featuring the tradition Menorah ceremony and an mi uive cooeeii especial!) pro r hioccasion. One of the highlights will be the kindling of a giant Menorah, and since this will be the first night of Chanuka, there will be a Menorah at every table, so that each person at the dinner can participate in the traditional ceremony. i.,' honi re I at the c\ent will Membership Party Saturday North Shore Posl and Ladies' Auxiliarj of tl" Jew ish War \ et erars of he United States will hold an annual paid up membership I artj "i! Saturday al the Bali llai Night Club in the Singapore Hotel Auxiliary presi i m is Mrs Sol Spielberg Ben Haberman is p 1 command) r and Mrs Ceil R Si imembership chairman. Brandeis ZOA Plans [Meeting II.ir: j C i apian, new lv elected president <>f the Brandeis Disl of the Zionist Organisation of America, has announced that the district "ill sponsor > communitywide meeting on Thursdaj ev ning, Dec 19, al Temple Ner T.i m i.l Max Raskin, program chairman, i thai In addition to a guest Speaker, special entertainment has %  Iso been planned Albert E. Ossip %  liairman ol the President's Counrr> Sirkin lifetime president cil of the Greater M ami ZOA D. ... !< %  ...<. ..,11 ii-.i-lK-IIVltn 111 the 111 11 mple Emanu-El, ii<> with Mrs Sirkin have been at the fore • of the Temple and numerous and philanthropic c IUSI Serving on the dinner committee h Lipton are Dr Irving Lehr n, spiritual leader <>t Temple ; El, and Samuel Friedli man of the board, fionorarj. irmeo; Jack S Popick, con ii. und Mr and Mi Sam Li| ton chairman "f the Com %  ,tt e of Hosts HI arill be cited for his % ervici to the Temple, the com and Israel, w as one of the II iiers "f the Greater Miami l-ia-l Bond effort an.I has been B %  tinuous member i i the Board 1 tors ol the Israel Bond %  i/ ition tricts, will participate in the pro gram \ Caplan and R v it'i at i nls are Meyt r Sie gel, Abe Gr issman, Ezra Fini %  i Kati Isaac D men M u rici Zaretjky, Dr Ben Zucker braun, Dr Herman Ausubcl and Richai man Continued from Page 1-A sion ol the i hapters—one "I which, Number lour, aosolves the .lewi-h people ni responsibility [or the < r i< ifixi 'ii i Jesu —by telling the Council "We all regret thai it is not permitted to us to have at least •i foretaste il discussion concerning tin i haptei because of lack of and [or no other reason." He v il that phrasi and c in tinned "In this way, our Secretarial would have received greater illumination toward making a definitive edition of each chapter. However, .• things turned out, 1 am sincerelv persuaded that even this offers several useful flings to us." After expressing regret about ilu failure of the Council to decide even to dis uss the two chapters, Car in.il Bea said: "it ifitting, therefore, to meditate and ponder everything arefully, over and over again, without haste and with tranquil spirit, so that, at the next session ol Ihe I uni il, thej i the two t hapters > maj rx treated ••' ged u ith mature < on %  ation The ancient saying applii hen >\ hat i> put off —is ay.' "Therefore, the questions treated in these two last chapters remain entrusted to your study and examination here will be held in the next session of the Council, and will be properly prepared during the next months. For this reason, I earnestly ask attentive consideration of these chapters and indication of proposals and corrections before March. For our part, we shall diligently examine both what has already been said in this hall, and what we will receive in writing, and will propose them in the presentation of these two chapters for discussion, so that we may obtain what will contribute to the greater service of God and the more efficacious good of our souls." nwhile, on Monday, ai i i uncil prelate, Cardinal Lercaro, ,,i Bologna, said in an address to ,, nnfi ren %  •• of Catholic journalists here that the two chaptt rs pres nted b) Cardinal Bea will be first on the agenda of the next E nmeiiii.il Council session in tember. Tuesday and Wednes laj the last two days of the current session, were given over entirelj tme closed v ii it anj a I m ha' i een taken on the prop • 'l di ration on the Catholic attitudi u ,iKi j %  presse ; bj \ Sonnabend. president i ie. HI Jewish Committee "This action on the part <>i the < come at a time of great h fiilm your next affair with a wonderful choice of r JJL Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A • • on Miami Bi i ly planned tad MM i wtddinai. ..oonfiri I t, luncheons, business nieting> .. .ru|il)( from 10 la 1000. *•* c or A Stunning 2400 Acre Country Club Setting In Miami DORAL COUNTRY CLUB T"i; y i i L : ( „ % %  : %  : tr fr J T •r\s.r unidtt the r .ifi ei-nt decor of the Dora] Cc.ut.try Club. Rooms that ideally arrommodat-J groups from the most intimate, party to banquets •o the grand seal*. 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Friday. December 6. 1963 Women's Group Plans Confab f Excan e Committc of the Fed' eration ol Jewish Women met this Meek to -rmulate plans (or a .Ian. 16 Educ; lonal Conference, it way announced by Mrs. Charles P Fcinberj: who will serve as chairman of ;*".e day. Mr*. 4nna Rrenner Meyers, president of the Federation of Jewi-h '•' men. revealed that lead era and members ol all Jewish women'rtanizaiions in the com niiimty .t Hve been invited to participate. Federation Of Jewish Women carries o l .< year-roved program on lull. of the Greater Miami Jewill •••deration ard Combined .lew >h %  ppeal Mrs S Goldstein will serve si i ha F pi in fur the con [erence Imong men who have .nted Important responsibilit) M '•• • ire Mi Larrj M edland. i hairman of ... %  Mrs M e y e r Eggnatz I Itei i Miss Lil G man chairman, lele Schwartz nteers Concert to Honor Schochter Here h < hh %  \.ll eel -br ite Yid li-li i S • i • %  •. i %  erl it thi I mtaii i bleau • broadcast year> o New York Hi rd over WMIE and WEDH : M in %  Yiddish hour to i-' noon live from re si ''•• Blai ksti • • %  II" Beach Afternoon ORT Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter • Women's V: %  ORT will I it>. regula• < heoi m< e at tl 1 H it 11:30 a.m., Wednesday MrEarl Ferron, Cheirman, is planning a ( hamika celebration and card | Hootenanny Set Sunday A Hootenarny, with Bill Teague, will be the second presentation of the Sundaj Celebrltj Series on Sunday. 2:80 p.m.. at the Miami YMIIA Auditorium, -150 SW 16th BVC The program, geared to children from fi to 12. will include audience atng-vterg. Teague is currently seen on the Carousel show on ch id. Fontainebleau Fetes Club Here A welcome in the form ol a cocktail party an.I dance to the Regen c\ Club o( M,ami Beach was ex ten ed bj Ben Novack, president of Hotel Fontainebleau, in the Boom Boom Room of the Hotel on Saturda) afternoon Prior to the cocktail party, the 200 members and their friends toured I Cal i Club ol the hotel in< ludinj T ii.main pool %  %  skating rii tl". indi or pool ird i om Jack h Main Is prx I : lh dub, an i xclusive or [ ui.mai %  %  %  'in., I >. Regency Club members have mad? arrangements for eabams at the Fontainebleau, and Main revealed that, "becauso? Mr. Nov.ick'i interest in furthering the aims of this h'ob ec'^'on group a meeting rcom has been rUced al the club's disposal, to be used monthly at Feniaii ebleau. i lull, u Inch H as foundi 1939 u ith seven men .> id > ighl %  imen, holds two functi< ns p n lading dances cot l tail pat ties on membei > achts and • itati bowling, golfing, ici skat ing, barbecues and -wan p.ntieAll of these activities have now been transferred to the Fontainebleau Hotel, where facilities are on the premises and free to guesU. Once i member marries he then becomes an alumnus *kistrkridiii&ri Paqe 9-B Rabbinic Leader To be Speaker li.ihln Leon I. Feuer, of Collingwood Avenue Temple, Toledo. O.. president of the Central conference of American Rabbis, will be trie, featured speaker at the winter meeting of the South Florida Fed eration of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The meeting will he held on Sunday evening at Temple Beth sholom, at 8:11 p.m. Members of conen 'gallons affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and their guests are invited Announce Way To Help Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3 layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relievo congestion and its painful pressure Hew York, N. Y. (Special) shrinks the swollen doors to the Announcement has been made sinus cavities and helps drain of a new tablet development away the pain-causing pressure which has the remarkable abilan d congestion. Itjr to help drain clogged sinua The shrinking substance In cavities and thus relieve eon(his new tablet has been so suciraation and pressure. The headCMS f u l topically in promoting; aches, pressure pains, stuffed-up d ra j na ge of the sinus cavitui brad, naaal drip, clogxed breathtmU it j, novf prescribed more lngall the unrelenting sympw jj e ] y Dy doctors than any maU.raa the sinus sufferer knowa teria for tmg purpoiM ,. This new •o well are attacked directly medlcation J8 now aV ailable at by improving drainage of the dnJg count ers without the need • in... areas. for g pre cr jption under the &f *X ? m !. r k 5 nm. Dristan* TableU. DriaUn L^l V W *i '' MC0 ^.„1 Tablets can be used with assurwith extraordinary speed and „,. -,, J •_ „,.n in. without discomfort of anykind. nf ': Th y W,U d !" '"^'* K Thi. new tablet doe. it* remarkcausing pressure andI eongs stion •bU work InUrnallT. through of all the sinus "'.ties re leve the blood stream, ft depoaiU P'n and distress. Remember. into every drop of blood plasma the exclusive DnsUn formula a new medication which U carcannot be duplicated. Accept no ried to the eiaua area, where it substitutes. StHTfNGS North Beach Auto Rentals Rent 1 963 Can for only $ ^llll INS. e*d Sea. tew aileoflt cberse 7118 Abbott A vs., MB. 3 Per Day UN 5-3724 HAPPY CHANUKA HOLIDAYS TO All -FROM AMERICAN SAVINGS %  AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH : Sf AID BROAD. Chairman 1655 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 2-5566 Dr. Wolf sot fo Lecture '"The Art of Being Happy" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abr.fiam Wolfson on Thursday morning. 10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza a'orum in Washington Fed era I Auditorium, 1234 Washington AM A musical interlude will pre cede I he lecture. Psycologist Will Speak Or. Robert Slonim, psychologist and representative for the Florida Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheu%  •• %  % %  -'!• Fond at ion, will discuss and answer questions about both afflictions on i ues la; ii p.m., at the I I. l'i n i/ School. Gables ORT Reception Slated Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro will host a luncheon for Coral Gables Chap ler, Women's American ORT. at her home, 6.340 Riviera dr. Called for noon on Monday. guests will be paid-up members of the group and prospective new memberMrs. Henry Balaban will offer a group of song select inns with pi ano accompaniment by Bert Duck man Golden Agers In Chanuka Fete The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Y.MHA will be host to the visiting Senior Citizens Club of the Norfolk, Va Jewish Community Center at its annual Chanuka party on Sunday. 7:30 p.m., at the Miami "Y" Auditorium. 450 SW 16th eve. Highlighting the eveningprogram will be a presentation by the Golden Age Friendship Club's choral group under the direetiou of Herman Marchbein. A number of other programs have also been planned by this group for December On Tuesday. Dec. 17. at 1:30 p.m.. the group will visit the Jewish Home for the Aged to view the new facilities, as well as to visit former members of the club Every Tuesday, Ihe Daj Center pro-ram features a different prom-am for senior citizei COM DOWN AND LOOK US OVER STEP INTO A WONDROUS WORLD OF CHARM AND COLOR! See two luxurious fully furnished apartments featuring the ultimate in modern decor... the latest in GE electric appliances. .. awningtype windows... heated salt water pool, putting greens, fishing pier, marina, 350-foot promenade, card room and many more planned activities to make your residence one of enjoyment. PLUS SAFETY FEATURES SEEN NO WHERE ELSE Carefree living in an atmosphere of congeniality and friendship. Our Central Air Conditioning is the latest system, which provides complete circulation of air and uniform temperature throughout each apartment. EFFICIENCIES START AT $122 ONE-BEDROOM UNITS FROM $154 Bay Terrace RENTAL APARTMENTS 1250 WEST AVE. PHONE 538-0178 L



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Page 6-D |c-#tffinrirHnn Friday. December : 1951 The Holsum Bakers to the jewism C— *O IM m unity for a %  &&** TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HARWITT FURNITURE CO., INC. MFG. PADS • CUSHIONS • OTTOMANS 4105 East 10th Lane Hialeah Ph. t.UI-2221 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA "We Educate for Successful Gracious Living" JMUL SCHOOL AND SUMMER CAMP 1010 West Ave. Miami Beach JE 10606 GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO SI0,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES HAPPY CHANUKA VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS 836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla. Ph. 887-9496 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Shevin Former Presider.t Harry S. Truman (far let; presents to Kansas City, Mo., Jewish Community Center, an aifiliate of National Jewish Welfare Board, a plaque honoring the memory of his one-time haberdashery partner, Eddie Jacobson, who arranged the White House meeting between President Truman and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, piesident of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, which led to U.S. recoc: Israel just 11 minutes after it proclaim-:dependence. The plaque is permanent. shrined in the lobby of Center as a gift 0 Eddie Jc.cobson Memorial Foundation 0! Trumar. is honorary chairman. Third fie is Mrs. Eddie Jacobson. Right is A. D son. Mi. Jacobson's brother. Orthodox Participation in T Programs By POBERT DONNER ASK any Jewish Center think** IT. and he'll tell you proudly that this is one institution which rtss above sectarian and GREETINGS from DONALD PECK AND CLYDE HIGGINS other differences to serv< 'he lotal Ji sh community This tormula works prettj well il the particular total communitj has the requisite homogeneity, a I tree ol ar\ harsh ideological ingredients. But what happens il a particular "I ital communitj includea !;ir^i' number of jews committed to and living by Jewish patterns far removed from the average or homogenized American Jew? Specifically. hou did the YM and YWHA of Williamsburg react to the development alter 1940 of that famous Brooklyn section into %  center ol ultra-Orthodox Jew s who regard th' earlier settlers as "goyism" pnd who exhibited a A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC. 460 S. Dixie Highway — Coral Gables GENERAL CONTRACTORS Phone 661-3403 GREETINGS Harold's Pure Service Station NEW PURE FIREBIRD GASOLINES PURELUBE GOLDEN GREASES & MOTOR OILS TIRES BATTERIES AUTOMOBILE SERVICES 16300 BISCAYNE BLVD. ph. 947-8210 North Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS Shenandoah Automotive Center COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS PICKUP AND DELIVERY 'PETE' ANTONIO & "DON' BLANCHARD 2221 SW 17th AVE. H l 5-3061 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Sunset Corners Cities Service AAA 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE COMPLETE AUTO REPA.RS WONT END ALIGNMENT 8645 SUNSET DRIVE MO 1.9024 Ni 9 ht, Sunday* A Holidy dial MO 73487 quaint practice of re: .> walk on the sidewalk 1 the Y is located? According to Murra 1 %  p, xecutive director of II cular Y. and Rabbi Isa V Tramin. a ivisor on reli [airs to the Federatioi I Jewi-h Philanthropies ol New York, the reaction was .icceptance of an implied The Y, having lerve I '•• >ry ia the area for nearly should try to serve ':*:.|<1 ish group." Nerds Not Unique The decision made, the Y staff started w th the premise that lines of communication had to be found ith individuals having status amniE the Hassidim and thta such individuals. 1 ed and pre perly approached, had 1 convinced that the Y A as %  to rdapt it> pn grams to serve the needs of the < trthodox. The needs were not UHlq the Jewish Center movement but the prospective baneficiarii tainly were. A typical scene in Williamsburi: is skull-capped Jewish males, • and old. wearing sidecurls, and ol bearded Jews "with stP %  and cap::ta Women < U* UK. A MRS. JOE PB iNMBR G Extends to All GOOD WISHES for a VERY HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS • • • 7-11 FOOD STORES • • • TU 5-1671 1770E.4thAve. Hialeah Florida • • •



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IV December 6. 1963 ^H'/<#' florMB&n Page 11-D Chanuka Miracle in Our Own Time By ANITA ENGLE Jertnalem MI world War, on : ( h;.nuk;i. a detach %  „,. Jewish Brigade I • ivim .1 mall, Ho, iii a mountain dis,. [talj TIMB < %  '"• .HI |i pressed, thinking of back in Paleatln had not seen tar ins, in lone 11 Their heaata were bur i ;i because of the r (',. phchi "i the .icwi>h refu hom they encountered on | r> road end m every town v hich they paased. lien "f the Brigade [ as much as they K them <>f their own [ ir pay, and even deplet, ives lit another "candle." until late into the meht they anuind their Chanuka singtheir songs of Chanuka, ;'"<' [ IsraeL A Little Boy light of the I'hanukiah bid in seen from all the distt around. The Germane had |> ui-t been driven from the I the woods and caves thi mountainside were small i uppeople of every sort to had :ic no contact between \. rid another, nor did ey know what was going on ".(in. • these scattered humH ,ia hoy of ahuut 11 irs old He was on his own. lived like a stray dog, not Ix who he was nor where i ome from From his %  i in the mountain, the boy tli' hunts of the Chanukiah. U aught the sound of the 1 ii Perhaps they aroused pmories -or perhaps merely a that this wai connected ttohgYet&fe-Giv'e* (ours of Continuous Relief from Minor IRTHRHISMIM i vrives hours of fonflniMMi if from nrthriti*' minor pains^j -. h chronic pain arising from th* joints. Anacin al*o rcM %  welllnf anl inflammation. In %  I pain roM that It'l easier it afflu-ied lunba attain. The tnacin Tablets are so etlecftUM they contain the pain •vtrmost recommended bydociora I an r.lrn murivlicnt not found 1'i.linjt a-pirlm or buffered hums. Take at directed. RENT $15 PLYMOUTH CAK AND OTHER FINE CARS — A WEEK PLUS Sc A MILE Convertibles Sao Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. IV>1 W. FLAQLER FR 3-S766 Reverend I. Kuttler Certified Moh.l titu.l Call After 6 I.rcomcision Wl 7432* ROOM and BOARD EU.rly P.rpl. Special low mm • rotes, iirictly Keshor. Worm •• pkero. Cor servke. AIo ffJkiaacy %  •loniblr Bole. Mrs. H. levin, 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 The late President of Israel Itzhak Ben-Zvi as he visited a children's village ol the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America last year. He is surrounded by Youth Aliyah children who have come to Israel from 21 different countries, and by members of the village teaching staff. Extreme left (cantor) is Mrs. Rahel Ben-Zvi. with something g< od and warm and sheltering. Overcoming his fear, Ihe boj en pi mil ol his hiding place on the mountain side, Soldiers of the Jewish Brigade found him lurking in toe 'lark ness i Ihc outskirts ol the i ilia i -tar1 !. an I shaking w ith cold. And then a greal miracle happened there. The soldiers of the Jewish Brigade succeeded in tracking down the boy's family, and bringing t h e m together %  gain. II] friend Gabby Knoller, who was a member ol the group of Palestian soldiers to whom this miracle Of the Chanuka lights occurred, never told me what happened afterwards. But I am sure that the hoy. together with his family, was senl off to Ereti Israel like the thousands of other Jewish refugees whom the soldiers of the Jewish Brigade saved from physical and moral destruction. GREETINGS itAX.i: IIMKAI. HOME "CONFIDENCE" 5727 NW 17th AVENUE OX 1-4343 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ELI MOTORS, INC. Renault Agency Foreign Car Parts & Service 2190 SW 8th STREET Ph. 373-5436 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 9401 HARDING AVENUE Surfside Gulf Service Station Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR MI- 1TY RAMO SHOP Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday 3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us! 9713 NE 2nd AVE. '"one 7-7*15 Friendship HOI M: IXC. GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE 1924 747 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE MALL TO ALL GREETINGS F. W. WOOLWCRTHS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT A WOOLWORTH STORE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED F. W. WOOLWORTHS 410 LINCOLN ROAD 74th & COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC. PAINT AND BODY WORK Our Guarantee — Your Satisfaction 1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach Ph. 947-8685 All Major Oil Co. and other Credit Cards ARE NOW HONORED HERE TO ALL GREETINGS Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9-0757 F. H. MILLER GARAGE Complete Auto Service Phone HI 3-7802 3300 SW 8th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA AERO SPACE ASSOCIATES "AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES" 147 Wright Road Opa Locka Airport Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reinstein and Family Wish All Their Friends A Happy Chanuka 2660 N.W. Fifth Avenue, Miami



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Friday, December 6. 1963 k M / # mkriciinr ;i Mich fjgantle slnd.'s. urines can speak with loquence. Tindream i.ui rj i.n outtfattil 1950 Beersheba under military admin:.i ouiv l.w ci w ii a — tattle there. At il : ,,i \.iM. with a Of I HM 2.0OO. it inuiiic-ipaliiy. The imtgcaota was -t<-a ii> K, Beenswba, and by t the \e.ir. its popula ipped the 8.000 mark— displaced persons [r.mi Europe. Today Beer a population of 57.000. 9.0N ame during 1962 ,.fl to D the center i :, BOW ealled "Old liH mo ae j u e, the BO the officers' club In' military governors' and a main Street with tea Moat ot t tw — have eome down; -tone buildings BO* heir p B4 %  l argvj resi i nartera wtta shopping : their own, banks, cm la .mil public gardens, .i.uin the small nucleus Beet sheba manyfold. percent of Beersheba ive m permanent bousi %  ites connect the various the city, and a wide belt ..... ptuand pine graves reenesj and serves as taker againal sandstorm-. Industries Grow Up \ tugh ""' essentially an mtown, Beersheba boasts eral major and some 80 minelOdustriea. The largest iCeramic Works, supply entire country's needs of ceramics, made from -. ui The Chorley Texpnse. set up by South !\ estora, is a complex • tor spinning, weaving .! ishing A chemical plant • him.'' procesaea some .i.l Sea products, and • chanized flour mills %  at ire southern region plants manufacture rialtills. Inicks Smaller concerns rfrom local!) grown • g, cigarettes, sweets, and clothing, There lai ..' %  building carpen f larages sen icing and There is no un • in Beersheba New Page 3-D APPY CHANUKA PARRISH AUTO SERVICE 7225 S.W. 41st STREET MO 7-6162 CHANUKA GREETINGS TOAST CABINKT COi.\r. .\or\ Barron, Pres. VFG MICA KITCHEN CABINETS & VANITIES Miami Ph. 821-5171 500 W. 83rd STREET Hialeah Ft. Laud. Ph. 523-8228 GREETINGS A. FRANCO & SONS Fine Luggage Repairs Wholesale Retail 1364 Washington Avt. Miami Beach Phono 532-6032 factories come up, the existing ones aie expand!) Railway Junction at un lievalily quit | i .i' I Entiri WtTtiin BBttl Plata on the outt-kirtts, a ii ii. connpart ol lii erVicei lie, ..iik i ifl .: < %  ,.. l.nu state ol expa'l.sr.in I here ,the GentsaJ Narfev Hospital, the ib.sladiul Labor I'.ilei ihnn's Sick Ktin.l i Kupal llalinu. the AniiTuhereuli^.s League Cimic, and a clinic tor Bedoui !s Bei I shet:,ii has L'j elementary >ehonis with :iju classes, ami two set ondar.y schools In aU 17.IIU0 children receive Mtbaohtig, \the capital ol the Negev, lleer-heua is ihe administrate e and conunereial center oi the entire South. \ network ol roads oenneel Beersheba wtth ihe sunounding kibbutzim, <>n in i< I-. i|ciarries. natural •.: a s held.-, the Dead Ssta Bjerks, Arad, the industrial tow.-: ol Duoona, l Bilal The railuaj and moil' roads connect il with the northern par' ol the ceuntrj when the railroad is exten ed to Kilat. Beersheba will he an important commercial railwaj luiicinni. making up parti) (or Ihe closing "I the Sue/ (anal to Israeli shipping Beersheba hatwo luxury hotels, the Zohar and the Desert Inn. uheru the most exacting tourist can find cvers kind ol modern comfort. A Jewish Agency hostel, situated close to the Ulpan, provideaccommodation for 115 families, mainly new immigrants in the professions, who either study Hebrew or await permanent dwellings llias House, a luxury hostel, serves as residence mainly for foreign scientific workers engaged at the Negev UlStiote tor Arid Zone Re-earch—one of the few institutions of its kind in the world. There is little of interest to tourists, who rarely stay longer than one nigh! at Beersheba: 'I 1 '' Bedouin market, the mus I In clubs The i Bei i teba i th< re ai % %  '.\ er 1,000 pi'" K r number ini • %  bj boon i-1 complains "i lack oi eatertainmenl laiiities, sii ce coin erl and ih. atrical performances are rot verj frequent but for the I ophisticated Beersheba has a great deal more to otter youth (luhs. cultural clubs, lectures. %  ports, gei eral educational and Hebrew evening courses, and even lectures organized by the Hebrew University, Babble of Tongues kj uniform is part of the l< cal scene, since soldiers r force personnel are a permanent foature and form a :ul nf the popul.i tion. r,. douins continue to stroll in tin ..ii. streets, trailing ih IIrobe %  in the dust. There is a I b Ol 'II .. .•-. a bright sun, bright clothes, and a vividi\ i >: \ tmosphere in the town. de-Mie the modern buildings .in earThe smell of roast lamb -nil hangs in Ihe air in the evenings at the end of ihe main -I reel Beersheba hagrown prodigiously, bol ii istill young and raw. It haalready lost its air oi adventure To All A Most Happy CHANUKA THOMPSON PRESS "the best in all types of printing" 1819 N.W. 79th STREET Ph. 696-1822 WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resiheriag Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin NOW! Highest Dividends Paid in Dade County! ANTICIPATED ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAID t COMPOUNDED QUARIERII OF COURSE Frse transfer of funds from anywhere In the United States ( XaJiiiversity ^""^ JAVINGl ANO lOAN ASSOCIAllOM I or COIAl GAIItS Mlracri* Mil* Ponoo de> Loon OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 PM HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Giller Bldg. Miami Beach JE 1-1195 We are closer to you than you think! No heavy downtown traffic. No parking problems. Drive across Julia Turtle (36 St.) Causeway. Consult John E. Lenard, V.P. MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and SONS THOMAS and JERRY and MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ and Daughter LORI LYNN Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Chanuka AUTAUA^AIRLINES Happy Chanuka to All 245 S.E. FIRST STREET FRanklin 7-3566 To AN — Happy Chanuka J. S. BLAIN REAL ESTATE Selling Southern Florida for the Past 40 Years 807 O.ympia Bldg. R. C. Anderson FLOORS & INTERIORS, INC. 4200 N.W.. 2nd AVE. "featuring the finer floors" EXTENDS TO AU. 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Friday. December 6, 19 J In 1*1fkr/n/tt: .m. HalUI 'l;i> %  10 a in y, mm "I'allli ill III'PDWM pi .1 l.-.Hin l'r MHav.ih. Robert l • •• ,1 Mr. -•' U** William .Mi-rvili I • ANSHE EMES. 2533 5W 1lh ave Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch. warti • — BETH DAVID. H2S SW 3rd ave. Con. tervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioaon. i |a) v U p.m. M.niii-I I.11I..I will conduct asWvaaeaj, S.ituriM\ :• a.m Lrwia Hfernatoln. Costarrairsmon in.i.i.nt. "in conduct aarvlri in abr %  Rabbi hh.iplro, imli.ii u.-i ISabbl BUeawr \ Uevl both tbrj BETH EL. 500 SW trtn ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I %  ,\ ", 1". p 111 >:t il 'l.i \ ^ So :-. :i "The Trial* >•! III. KltfhtBfTH MOSHE CONGREGATION 1630 W. Dime Hwy Conservative Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. 1 1 %  -ii 1; • %  %  .].. .ik. 1. \i 1. ., Kroun 1 1 lada -h .-in .1.! v > is a m IIHI • 1 %  -..11 ..f Mi and U • H ISRAEL. 711 JOth St Othodo. Bi H LOOK Roitman. r 1 •. 1 s • %  .. %  v %  Han H JACOB 301 311 Washington 4 •?%•* T as* ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kronuh. Cantor David Convlaer. CANDLtUGHTING T//HE 20Kislev — 5:14 p.m. ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa. Midaj 13 ,, m Saint. I.,% --ii ., ,„. .-• rini.ii I'I.III, r Mi. W... 1, BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave Mod. rn Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. %  Idaj -|3 |. ill -, tin.. r • |'r. 1 ii inuka 11 ml |'i irl Ha boi \ 1 h. in.. \ shfii In ti„ 1 hi M '" %  M.!.-•; )i l;.,ml.,,tn ill '" -' "n-u ShMl.lml naiiirua • IS %  • ni Hi rn r.. r>w.-ll in 111! I4IU Kthl ..I \\ ill. %  jritt. 1.1 rladaaaah. North Hud.rhanhr l "> s ,: i'" 1 Twanty-flral annl%  3 tir. I*,,. Minvah. .\miU£] >rm.rj -..-raj r ,-...l...l,...,i|on PUN rtniiKht.-r of Mr .u„i Mr?" Natltaii ','" %  "" %  '• %  bbl 1... .11 I .ner, preN Sim in.in Katunlaj 8 r. m nVnt, Central Confer, ni. ..i American Rabbi* Katurduj I" IS a.m. Bar | "NAI"RAPHAEL. T401 NW 183rd 8t' s lUv h : Mi.-li.i.-l H Ui\. .on of l> in Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter Xl, ~ Wulter Zlff and Murray Lux. Cantor Joel L-rner • fvldaj %  :!.* %  p.m. rladaaaah Kabbath TEMPLE B NAl ABRAHAM. 387 i.u. .1 .... ak.ii. Mii;., ... Katcman, I NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi member o'f I'h.ii tirnnn s.t %  ,", I nl 8ETH RAPHAEL Ijo NW 3rd ave. Orthodox Ralph Kneger, secretaiy. — a — BETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid ave Or thodci. Rabbi Joseph E. RjcfcovsKy a — 8ETH TORAH 164th st and NE 1'th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip. schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenllllnl r of • 'li.n i iroup. •• % %  '' %  Bar MKivnh l...ii, Miand Mm. L'harlev Hitler CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. PLAGLER ORANADA. 50 NW Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roaenteld. Cantor George Goldberg. M-iila) <:IS p in lladaamh Knbbnth %  I'-i R|M ak.r. Mi Kcnaii > Bulb n, >i"-.. prvHldent, Naomi rii.i|.i.r ll.i.i.i.""" %  ""•>'i il'li.it li.i.I ) Ml Jd Mr* Snbi lacenbeni n honor "I h olrthdnj Satin da H .. n 1 Nl %  I I .ni ol Mi Mi* 11,% i.| s'uniuw 111 — # FT. LAL'DERDALE EMANL'-EL. 180' Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. • — SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Co-servativRabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky Cantor Louis Cohen. I' %  lila> Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. l-'i i.i.i\ -,o p.m. Sermon: "t'hanuku It"" Ones tthabbal TEMPLE TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. r'tnlay 7:.'." p u.. l-'amil> ST\ Pi Hermon: "Glided Gift, Gold. GOIM Haturdaj B:4S a.m. Bar Mitsvah Mark, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waiaer, • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ava. Re,fc/m. Rabbi Daniel "M. "Lowy" CaStor Chet Gale. Prldaj 8:13 p.m. Rellaioua School hern will be honored and conduct the lamliv Bervlce, Rabbi Lowy'a i ..tni'in: 'Qualltlea 'it .i Jewlah Tetich.-iaa K\. n.i• 1111• -• I in ih. I.it,of Henrietta Kiold." Saturday n a.m. Ba* Mltavah: Terrj Lynn, dausnter of Mr. and Mra. Istanle) L'haney. boated I >> Blaterhod, a.m. N'liuih Horvii 1 Saturday I 10 TIFERETH JACOB. t51 TEMPLE EMrNUEL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative Rabbi Irving Lehrmarv Cantor Hirah Adler. Plida) *. aiwl S:8a pin. Katurda) 8 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Barr>'i *"" ol Mr ..nil Mrs Noah l-'l.i.-.her: li.an. -.ii ol Mi. and Mis Nathan Perlmulti i • %  TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frldaj N I, |. m Sermon "How Reform -ludalam Pacea .. Troubled World Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. l-ii am Bar Mitsvah: Jonathan, > r. p.m. Hermon: "Women • •f l.ra. i. Women of V'aloi M Ann Goldbers, meir.bor ol Hada*aah, "ill lecture ,,ti thai organization v i rn...Shabbai follow-In* rvlce* Sal urdaj vi. a.m. Sermon: "To I. ini ii. P m %  ii .HI. i l.o-iiiK i !. \\ Death of President Shows Love is Still a Social Ideal By RABBI DANIEL LOWY Tempie Sinai tin past few weeks, • ir f'!!n American! ol .ill •i %  h.itl to come in grips ckini news the report ol .. -as.sinjiKui ns w aj on the road to od If wa cease to hate 1 ei human being because be Ol i different religion, creed. 1 oll,|t| I.-. Mr di '.: • M iln In .. Satin • — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Encld ave. Oi-'hodo Rabb' David Lehrfield. Canttr Abraham Seif. — • — MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. I737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. 5MEV SHALOM 111 Normandy dr. Orthodox. R.ibbi Phme.is Weber, man. iOLTHWEST CENTER. 642S SW 8th St Conservative. Rabin ^evi Gieen. v. i tt ... TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi Maurice Neu. n v. ..; for i I • ^ i %  l I %  Mil, led bj Mi and Mi %  — • —TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Ft Idnj I 'i ii in h in .i i. -in ii • i • ..II Ri f. rm Judalaoi I. • %  a Minlii > Si I %  mi" Saturda) 10:3 \i • .-v ah \ Ian, I Mi and Mm t:..jin Rnai nl %  • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ain.im owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I %  .1., \ •* IT, pi \\:,v. Will N TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman Cantor Leo Urlich. I "i Ida |o p i: i m. K Shahbal hi l ••'l i" Mi ami Mi* Hnwk< ll Ml i %  n honoi ni \aoml Croup Hai %  •ii Bar Muz Kohi %  t .i.,i Uberman • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi henrv Wernick Cantor Albert Glantz. I'' Ii > p.ri .%  t ; Sermon: Thi Mra. Ii I HI %  • Saturda %  I 1 i %  .' %  MiBa M livah: W itntel a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 1 ; Shablml lllol Wei YOUNG l5RA tL 0 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabhi Sherwm Stauber. HOLLY. Reform Chai RABBI DANK I 10V/Y Mark of Cain or race However, in realitj we ha\e taken just 8 short Step II we don't hate we are indifferent, brother toward brother. The untimelj death ol President Kennedy challenges evcrjfone of us to reassess tor our selves the value ol the words found m the Holiness Code of the Torah, Lei Ch 18-20). Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor .1Thyself and in, Stranger Shalt :, 1 nto You ..the Homeborn VVe must strive anew to become living embodiments of these 1 > 1 vine Commandments, responding with greater enthusiasm to communal needs, lest <• all bear the mark ol Cain TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Pi Ida > •>!.( in f"i ..111 Tun,Saturn. i\ — • TEMPLE BETH SHIPAH 750" SW 120 thSt Reconstructiomst. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I'I ,i.,> 7 I" |..m Mont hi) fainih wr\ i, %  • Sei m, 'ii "JIIIIH H Man ibei •: %  Henrletl 11. • SUi -i ii i 'in K Mi libnl ill In Ml M Herman, |irealdent, Axlva llri i|i ,-f 1 l.nl.i--..ih sa a ni SHI |ej II. ninan ii l.i'.. %  • %  !. Will n "\Vhelll • %  I'll. If • % %  Ml %  M i .. M ,n in. dunura ,.i 'ha nuka Mi nonih, III light Ihi firal lie a — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative R.ibbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. Ki lila H:1"I p.m X, w membi ra i 1 i he r Ii ami Klatei li i ill i Bureau Dinner Honors Presidents dgi frvinj Cypen. vice presi I the Greater .Miami Jewish f '< ration, saluted 20 presidents weal Jewish congregations at se.ii Schmkr, Beth Torah Congre gatioo. Max Astor. David Plnskl Far Beth Am Scouts In Cook Out Troop 502 of Temple Beth Am completed its first camp out of the year with a two-night, three day session ;>t the Miami Beach camping facility located near Government Cut. In addition to welcoming new members and participating In camp crafts and activities, the troop elected new officers, Slate was headed by Jeffrey Morse, senior patrol leader; James BarOS, assistant senior patrol leader, and Jeff Biinheim, assistant Scoutmaster. Daniel Pried wa* elected chair lofkes Being Served on El Al's "Maccabean Special FLY TO ISRAEL FOR THE HOLIDAYS VIA The welcome's as warm as the winter weather... the holidays as happy as a Hora in Israel. And... via El Al, the holiday feeling and holiday fare come first. Your El Al Boeing 707 Jet from New York gets you there fast and fresh. You'll like the sen ice... so pleasant, so personalised. You'll relish the mouth-watering Jewish cuisine. Remember: taking this trip begins with two TA's: tell your TRAVEL AGENT you want to go to TEL AVIV. Say via El Al of course... unless he suggests it first!... or contact band; Benjamin Jonas. Kla-jler%  „ ,.,„ ()| tho A ,| u t committee. 2nd annual dinner of the BuGranada Jewish Center; Louis reau of Jt>isn Education last Merwitzer. Hebrew Academy; The troop meets Tuesdays at 7:15 in the Temple Youth Lounge. '"k at the Diplomat Country J Louis Dublin. Kneseth Israel; Je-. r ome Himmelfarb. Or Olam: Presidents included Joseph AltJames If, Albert. Temple H h Robyn Tubin Chapter mller. Beth Am; Lewis Stern sholom; Joseph M Upton. Temple %  %  nein, Beth David; Joe Zalis. Beth Kmanu El; Herbert Gerlernter, I Regular meeting of the Robyn Merle Michaels. Beth Moshe; Temple Judea; Maurice Revitz.; Tubin Chapter, City of Hope, at J Grutvdwerg, Beth Israel; Temple Menorah. Murray Shaw.. First Federal, 125th st.. on Thurs,|,) ""i< B. Frank. Beth Jacob; JoTemple Ner Tamid; Harold Thur-'day at 8 p.m., will include a dem 'man. Temple Israel; Rubin Kutun. I onstration of handwriting analysis Tifereth Israel. | and refreshments. Members of the Program ilso included Dr. Peteri group are now wrapping holiday Masiko. president of the Miami gift packages at Masters in Miami Dade Junior College, guest speak (or patient.of the National Medi er; Al Sherman, Bureau Mcretary cal Center, City of Hope. In Duarte, 11 and co-chairman ol the dinner; Calif. Joseph Cohen, installed for the ^^3 1 Mcond time as president of the J reau ..ml Dr Irv in, Lehrman, the affair, wtlich included a mnri *' who"as InstalUng offleV. eal interlude by Cantor H.rsh Ad TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Sf. Reform Congregation Or Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi J'tofc) O. Bomtiein Canter Urvkn FrMar. Ml fJH. NOW REFORM JUDAISM F ACCa A TROUBLED 1602 Washington Ava, Miami Beach. Honda. JE 2-5441 "HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS at MniiHrrFederal Heserve Sy*tem... 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Page 8-B +JmMi flcridfi&n Friday. December 6. 1963 Hadassah in Tribute to Slain President;| AT^^S"^ Capt. Leo Gardener, of El Al Air Lines, who will show and narrate a film on Israel. Miami Groups Also Fete Szold Birthday Hadassah will establish as a tr.oute to 'he late President -of the United States, the J(t>n F. Kennedy Memorial Building of the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical School in Israel. Hadassah women here will also : proaeh the season of Chanuka \ th fuller meaning of freedom ~d bless the memory on the birthi y of Hadassah's founder. Henrietta Szold. '."he following group functions \ 1 be held on Monday. Dee. 9. Aviva Group, Mrs. Morris Herman, president, will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Gilbert at noon. Program will be a Chanuka musicale presented by Mialoma Lessner. e • Chai Group, Mrs. Maurice Sim mons. president, will hold two functions: Saturday evening. 8 p.m., at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium. 6th Ave. and NE 167th St., a Chinese auction and dinner; and on Monday evening, regular meeting will be Albert Einstein Group, Mrs. Charles Both, president, will meet at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium. 6th Ave. and NE 163rd St.. at 12:30 p.m. Program will commemorate the birthday of Henrietta Szold with a special candlelifliting ceremony honoring all new members ft C 0 Monorah Group, Mrs. Samuel Steinberg, president, will conduct a meeting beginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Hillel House. Coral Gables. Program will ho on Chanuka. and traditional latka party will follow. Mt. Scopus, Mrs. Louis Alexander president, will highlight Ha dassah Medical Center. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Samuel Z. SakraK past president. Florida Begion of Hadassah. Mrs. G Lil lian group Medical Center chair man. will narrate "The House Hadassah Built." Meeting at Beth David Synagogue is called for noon. Naomi Group, Mrs A r I h U r Grossman, president, will meet at Taystee Inn. 7500 SW 8th St.. at 830 p.m. Guest "ill be Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Temple Zamora. who will review "Some ut M> Besl Friends Tikvah Group, Mrs E. Silver stone, president, will meet Thursday evening, Dec 12. al South Mi imi Federal, Sunsel Dr and S Dixie 11 v y I'uppet show and spe ci.il Chanuka candlelighting cere will hi presented Tcrah Group. Mrs Sidne) Lan forly-Niners Char.uka Fete F( • •> Nineiol 'rein: 1 El are plai \\i %  esda> 7 30 p m H Special musical program will be pn senteo b> Cantor Hirsh VI! Ben Yomen n usic dii ot the Temnle ger, president, will feature a merchandise bazaar hobbv show and luncheon at Pythian Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St M TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes. there'i Yoni To* spirit is) (hit 6ne tea.. ."favor crushed' for fullest ttrength and stimuUt ion ... richer iiste and plra> •re with your flnshigs and %  nichigs sod betwers saeaJ refreshment... Certified Kosher ttrwt Rabbinical SuixrvUtom Games Night' Held Here Games Night" was sponsorIn Men's Club of Temple Tif>th Jacob on Saturday beginning 8:30 p.m. On Sunday, the Tern Sisterhood had an Italian nner, second in a series of intertional dinners, at 6 p.m. at the i tuple. Plans for the Temple Emanu-El—Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner which will take place Tuesday evening, the first night of Chanuka, ate discussed at a planning session of the executive women's committee for the event, scheduled at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Not shown are Mrs. Samuel Lipton, women's chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Sisterhood. The gala event will be Temple Emanu-El's first Chanuka Festival Dinner. Have pot rca~'. Ka s \? end gravy fon/'g'. .'.' mm KAS MAN, THAT'S A DISH! FREE KASHA COOKBOOK rn NeW recipes and menu ideas ,or modern meals s „ and entertaining with Kasha. Address request '" to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York _^<" A TTENTION GREATER MIAMI JEWRY! WASHINGTON AVENUE FOOD CENTER 1051 Washington Avenue — Miami Beach WASHINGTON FOOD CENTER 7446 Collins Avenue — Miami Beach JOSEPH HOFFMAN AND CHARLES REICHANTHAL OWNERS AND MANAGERS ARE NOW UNDER THE COMPLETE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF Jhc K^Jrthodox Vaad


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"1 ^Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, December 6. 1963 Section C Menorah: Symbol of Chanuka and Judaism jNlnc J^ranc/teJ CLanddabrct


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1 December 6. 1983 %  r^MrV* fir r Mi** rj Page 15-A Samuel April (left), spiritual leader of Temple Or looks on as Eagle Scout Charles Solo, of Trooo ^19, Sored at the Court of Awards recently at the Coral Way jist Church, sponsoring institution of the troop. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo (second and from left). The 16-year-old scout attends South West High. Robert C. Beatty (right) is scoutmaster of Troop Raboi April counciled Charles when he received the tfamici Award at his confirmation in June, 1961. A scout [e past live years and a senior patrol leader, he is a ter of the Order of the Arrow. Members Will Be Honored evening services %  I .it Temple Beth lywood will honor | i| the Temple and bi Morton Malat • the consecration i names on the according to and Mrs. Jack .i i chair Vltman, Solomon %  Mrs Jane Carafe A in En nbourn, : i • I l ink Hi rbert Mrs Herbert Fox. Mrs. Lila Fritz, Nathan Gooey. Milton Goldman, Marvin Goldstein Louii Hakam, Irwin Heim, Mrs David Howell, Mrs. ( M ilton Hussar, MrHurt Kaufman, Irving Letzic, Miss Carol MaeKenzie, Harry Maltz. Mrs. AJan Marcus Simon Marcus, Mrs Ike Man olis. Mrs David Nemes Mrs v Nidu\ itch, Mrs Milti Mrs llai 1 Rudich, Mrs Vi Schi ( r, EJarol d< r, Ann i Scian • \ Silbei i in. Mas Icy. Mrs. W Mi ens HERE'S A WORLD OF JA) r t d "Si > HAW TRAVEL 'JltMWl : OUR MAGNIFICENT TOURS MAGNIFICENT TOUR5 of Israel and Eun !969 complete round I • Visit ; >'ouihful Israel, Rome %  LuParis. Leaving i • la i. 21, I 27, tOUND TRIP VIA L AL |AW TRAVEL SERVICE y> S. E. First Street, Suite 101, Miimi, Florida FRanklin 4-2604 d Show R, c harJ Soffir Cui Shaw lease Write or Call for Shaw Travel Information P TEL GIVING AT ULTRA-MODERN CONVALESCENT HOME >V Holiday ial Glades WALESCENT HOME SO W. Dixi. H.ghway Yorth Miami Beach Ph. 945-7447 pIN STIRN •mistrolor LICHTENFEID }dministrator l' %  ^'^aaV' Solution lor Cemforf, Softly and Well-Being ol your loved 0ni • Strictly Kosher Cuisine • Air Conditioned t Heated* • Infer Com System connecting residents with nursing sfotion • 24 Hour Stall of registered and practical nurses • I icelle nt Care Of Rcejonoble Rates • Shaded Fishing Area on premises Shazar Reports on Kennedy Funeral J\ Rl SALEM (JTA) Presl ueni Zalmj i r, up.in hireturn from Washington, where he i th Israeli delegation attending the funeral ol the late dent Kennedy, conveyed t" the Israeli people assurances he received from President Johnson thai the I nited States woul I i in tinue its policj ol friendship to Is rael He also reported that, while in Washington, he spoke briefly with taastas Mikoyan, the First Deput) Premier ol the Soviet Union. The conversation, he added waa not on political matters. In New York, Israel's Foreign Minister Golds Meir said that President Shazars conversation with Mr. Mikoyan ha i lieen held in Russian. In a review of the world political scene. Depulj I'rmie Minister Abha Khan told a special Cabinet session that he felt confident President John-on would continue the Kennedy Administration's friendly policy toward Israel. An unusually large audience attended an official memorial meetin.; at Habimah Hall here closing three days of mourning in I-rael for President Kennedy. The meeting, winch was held under the auspices of t h e Israel American Friendship League, was addressed by Khan and V. S. Ambassador w.ilworth Barbour Attendants I I se the doors President, Amba a or Barb ol the hall long before the meet) :. s'a friend ol Israel in when the near!) 1,200 seats the larget i < ol our mutual i and all aisle; were crowded to ca cern I men al national pacity. In his %  < logy ol the I ti pi rsi ni I freed* Freight Sale Today Furniture! 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ser 6, 19S3 lvn 1st fhridSain Page 15-C %  B tots of Jewish Immigration to Israel from Pag*9-C in learning and scifeh, like every other Ind progressive na,ils own soil. fcty years since the ts" were loundeo. He land has altered fication: hundreds ol Ills, scores of devel%  ships in the wasteand south, swamps re Huleh reclaimed, vaters piped to the I thousands of acres [cities enlarged and ilt industry ramified Ited, a network of ived from our northsouthernmost Eilat. cr of Jewry in Israel, (id spiritual complexirent a magical metaJminoos Gap tstature among the the fourteen years face, the State of Isenhanced its political lit of all proportion to rical and economic here are at least twenes with smaller populaIsrael is still one of 1st in the world. Nevercountnes have won ect and goodwill from dates in all five conti has liny, infant Israel, have not achieved our aim. even if we have [a good part of the way. plems and perils ahead all we have navigated. Itach Tikva and Rishon jir sisters in Galilee and were founded, the Land J and all encircling it belt the Ottoman Empire |t<> north, east and south. frontiers of Turkey and he Atlantic Ocean beyond rica, an area larger than Bd States, with a popula%  ore than ninety millions. ^re twelve independent all Moslem, all Arabicj devoured by internepflict but united in one a declared intention to Israel. i the only country in the irhose neighbors openly jastently profess that they ecognize it. and that one they will wipe it off the he earth. Nor is *hat Israel's sole singularity. Hundreds ol thousands ol .lews, millions perhaps, yearn for aliyah yet cannot undertake it. And we have witnessed the most tragic episode in Jewish his tory. the holocaust of European Jewry. That did not mean just the loss of a third of our nation: it meant the destruction of the sources whence the Diaspora drew its sustenance in the hist two hundred vears. Israel faces other crucial problems, too. There is an ominous gap between the sections of our people who have arrived since the establishment of the State. If it is not bridged in the next ten or twelve years, if we do not lift the cultural level of Israel's young generation, of all origins, to that peak on which alone our ethical and cultural superiority is tenable, the State of Israel will not endure. Most of our population is crowded into the central region, a narrow band fifteen to twenty kilometers wide, and the greater part of Israel, to north and south, is barren and unpeopled. This wilderness must be made prosperous and populous with the utmost speed in an unexampled pioneering effort. Powers of Man We have done much that is remarkable in the last fourteen or lifteen years, expanding agriculture, industry, building, shipping and communication; but our imports are still nearly twice as large as our exports. 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Friday, December 6. 1963
A Yeans
Lien
By MAX LERNER
iBJ Told His Credo Two Years Ago*
Paris.
Uw.=*ousd Se'of^atir;.^
shamefulness because tbej ,i.l<> ^ ... ,..,.>
which ma.1, such a 4* pos; J u ^ American
e!fenPtha! eSuje nd shol him down rrom afar.
i~ bound to do.
ss Tier,........vf-fifs --:
,......jpjttpa^v^-^-*15
ser- strength to afford a bid lor world peace.
II w memorable" achievement, and he was on the threshold
, far more Had he lived he would almost surely have been counted
long toTgre^t leaders ol .ho modern era and he might wellM
:,,- Dame to the whole decade ... the Sixties as the Age ol Ken
,, edj For he had, above all else, the stuff ol growth m In p*
Shis youth, he had already reached considerable maturitj as a
statesmao with the capacity ... ride the tmn red Hue o. .u.u^em
STSit? know whu, courage was crucial courageous enough
to dare (o be prudent when mankind's late was at stake.
11 l a rcat tribute to him thai America and the world felt safer
i the knowtedge that it was his hand on the West's nuclear trigger
and not the hand of someone else, even while they knew that he
d never abdicate the free world's strength.
He had .he -are capacity to see that power without u idea be-
hind n is blind, that the pom less idea is empty, and that only in.
fusion of strength and intelligence can give mankind any hope.
Thai i- why the two greal events of hi< foreign policy were his
cool behavior in the Cuban missile crisis and his boldness In shaping
the tesl ban treaty. That is also why he knew that America s world
stance would be meaningless If he did not back up the civil rights
ic\ in.ion inside America.

His death will especially be felt by the younger, for he had be-
come lor them a symbol of what was possible, with intelligence and
will. He > death.
He was a voting lion, treading his way with a proud grace until
a murderous hale -lopped him in his path, anci after that there was
darkness.
[s that what happened?
The act itself look place in the befuddled I rainpan of a criminal
fool, or of a little band of them. But 1 should not like to carry the
conscience of 'hose who generated the ideas which finally found their
way Into thai brainpan.
There will be a meal tecml from those ideas, all over the nation.
and lor a lime there will be lip-service paid to the cause for which
President Kennedy wrought and foughl and died. But how long will
either the recoil or the lip-service last? Only an aroused national
cor mm being a new national will, to back up Presi-
; Lyndon Johnson in the unfinished work still remaining lo be
done, and i" fill the second term, which John Kennedy would probably
have had, with She kind of ideas and action which he did not live
to carry oul
Continued from Page 1-A
Johnson quoted from a magazine
irucie by Libb) Benedict which
. in pan
"What a minority group wants
is ret the r ght to have geniuses
among them but the right to have
fools and scoundrels without
being condemned as a group.
v.< -rj gr iup has about the same
proportion ol wrongdoers. But
when wrong-doers belong to a
minority group, their number
is magnified in the minds of
other peopie Minorities would
gladly giv. up the reflected
glory Of 'heir greal men. if
only the world didn't burden them
with the ignominy of their scoun-
drels."
Commenting, Mr. Johnson told the
American Jewish Congress dinner:
"H seems to me that if people
could take that lesson to heart il
would be us Americans for who
amor.- us has not felt the sting of
beii g in a minority at .me lime
or another?
"I make that point only as a
remirdcr that when we stand up .
against bigotry we are not be-
ing charitable to 'other' groups, j
We are protecting our own pre-
cious rights to be judged as indi-
viduals."
The then Vice President empha
sized the force of custom as an ob-
stacle to human advancement. "We
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Friday, December B. 1963 ^ these hinder) not help, as they are considered under the very hatio ilterm that make the Saflctiuiiy an unknowable, rationalthai are the symptoms of MM !• it sell In 1 i i far gci tha neala that we i i • ii the sensation of what th ••(• < i' H A might have bee* Nt4 %  '<; %  have we lust the II %  I .it \. hat is worse, pel haps wj taSBva Wet lost the rttimac> of ever ;'*ain possessing it Of courtthere are some negligible uHtsmMwsi i the bowels of the uncotweious that stretch toward tlv; knowledge. but those, I KX are of only th> ti,/z;.t SOStpSJ The Ral Meanings C'haruk-H a ml m e an i n g Is convi i|ue'itly v iihhelrl Irom us. Not only don 1 we know the Sariotu ary, but WS don't know the i \> t oi>l\ ; |on"t we know the Light", but we dfln't know the Candelabra. Who indeed the Can elabra that held met of tii 'i first Feast of Lislfts, lit first bj Aaron? Which ol IIcan conceive the moaning Of the four fires, the white and I lie red lire, the green lire and tin' black lire through which vision Moses as conceived the structure of that Candelabra'.' Do we know what the fourfold division is or the meaning of the -•'<|iienee of its colors or what the colors themselves signify? Are the four fires correspondent to the four letters of the unpronounceable name? Are they correspondent to the four rivers that went forth from Paradise? Are they the lour consecrated aniniais? Are they the four arch angels, Miehael. Gabriel. I'riel and Raphael? Are they the four worlds through which the Tree Of Life branches. Atziluth. Brian, Yetzirah and. finally, Assiah? Imperceptible Fables N there any connection bebetween those four and the subsequent Tahnudk legend of the four who entered the Garden, the Parde* i, the Rabbis Hen Azai. Ben Zoma, EUisha Ben Avuyah ..: d Akiba? For the most part we assign such matters to the convenient burial place of legend. We put them in a book. We dispose of them as imperceptible fpbles, as primitive allegorizations solely of aesthetic or imaginary import. Poetic isms we call them, segments of B defunct anthropology, but we accredit our unease to the natfJewislh norBdfiair) A proud GI' father, Capt. Philip L. Cooper (left 1 watches as his little son takes part in the Chanuka candleliqhting in the Jewish chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs. Colo. Leading the ceremony is Air Force Chaplain Maivin L. Labinger, stationed at the Academy, who is one of "70 full and part-time Jewish chaplains in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. GREETINGS MARTHA'S FLOWER SHOP Our Wedding Work is Superb flower* for All Occasions "A Complete Floral Service" Art with Flowers 801 Arthur Godfrey Boad JE 8-5523 TO 411 GREETINGS SERVICE PAINT & GLASS INC. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 821 NE 79 St. PL 4-5527 FREE ESTIMATES GREETI NGS LEE'S TACKLE. Inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Taclclo Repairing Marino Equipment ural unfamiliarity that comes from the presumed stretchi I material time that have elapsed between that THEN and thi8 NOW. If tho.-o are our excuses, then obviously Greek Reason has had its victory and the Temple is still in its abomination. It it weren't we would remember. What, in the beginning, caused this forgetting and initiated this cessation of comprehensions, is of course now impossible even to surmise. Since Adam and Eve there seems to have been a continual series of these memory lapses. The Loss of Paradise was ostensibly the first in this series. Babel and the Flood were of course the beginning and end of Holiday Greetings to All SUNSHINE of MIAMI CAP MFG. CO. MORRIS GOLDWAG All Kinds of Caps for Men, Women, Children 467 W. FLAGLER ST. Miami FR 1-4652 Greetings to A'I Our Friends SOUDERS CLEANERS ALTERATIONS & LAUNDRY SERVICE 1244 Ali Baba Ave. MU 8-4521 MR. and MBS. WM. I. 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1 Friday. December 6. 1963 *• Jewish itorSdOa, i Socialist Zionism, raised ZangwiU's place even higher, saving 'Zangwill was the first t<> lilt up the Ghet,, greatness In Mendele." he .aid, the Getto life is a life of _,..;:,.-. darkness, misery and i, ar, and being saved from this life is salvation. The children of ire Ghetto were to leave no children in the Ghetto. Sholem Isch hano Ghetoo, no children ol the Ghetto, only the Jewish township. Israel Zangwill is the pm-t ot the Ghetto How haZangWiU worn in the thirty-seven yean since his death 1 dc-n't think his reputation tood high when he died in 1926 He was one of the men the new movement in writing in th 20"s tried to shoulder aside. It wathe period of D. II. Lawrence, .lame, Joyce. T. B. Eliot Virginia Woolf attacked their whole outlook. Shaw, too, and Chesterton and Belloc and ZangM II "ere among those the new movement wanted to displace. Sense of Timcfesuws* Pie American reviewer of my will hook was putting it m per Frame when he wrote .: • work as an English playwright, a friend B n ie, Beerbohm, Shaw. hesterton, Bennett and fall, in a period which is rgoing critical reap With Zangwill, a> with i other writers of his geni have to measure our from them Time is a in our judgments. A man i hundred years ago is not TO ALL GREETINGS TRI-COUNTY STEEL CORP. STEEL IS OUR MIDDLE NAME COMPLETE STEEL SERVICE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION TRADES FOR HOME DIAL TU 8-5224 2430 W. 8th AVE. HIALEAH MMUON 11 irnnr CO. CONTRACTORS 3100 DOUGLAS RD. Miami Phone HI 3-6161 GIBSON AIR CONDITIONERS REFRIGERATORS RANGES Arc-Ray Fluorescent Lamps Coat of Arms of the House of Rothschild is engraved at the base of a nine-branched silver Chanuka menorah made around 1840. The escutcheon features an eagle, referring to the Imperial and Royal Austrian heraldic shield; an arm grasping five arrows, indicating the unity of the five Rothschild brothers; a lion, in obeisance to the Hessian Electoral Court; and a unicom and a lion, joint emblems of the British crown. writing of our present day life and problemYet we can also overdo this sense of time, for great writers and many near great writers can and do convey a sense of timeleaiDess in their work; their pco pie live on, their scenes captivate us still. Enduring literature is not written with its appeal only to the present. Else the Bible would not be the great literature it is. When my book on Zangwill appeared Dr. SoloContinued on Page 12D \ORTHWEST VUMV A\D PUMP SALES I SERVICE Lawn Sprinklers—Well Drilling Swim Pool Filters "There's A Pump for Every Job" 1040 NW 54th STREET Miami, Fla. PL *-5274 marshall berwick sales manager Luby Chevrolet, Inc. 9200 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami 47, Florida Phone 696-1711 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Tony's Service Center %  ft Expert General Automotive Repairs 1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 226-5833 7070 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-3365 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS DRAKE PROPERTIES. INC 1451 EAST 10th AVENUE Hialeah, Florida TU 5-3831 HAROLD SEHRES LOUIS ALWEISSS K-jreetinqs to ^y*Til j~t rent TO ALL GREETINGS BURNS and JAEGER, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS WM. E. JAEGER HARRY BURNS 501 SW 37th AVENUE Ph. HI 3-4683 Chester, Blackburn & Roder, Inc. 1040 Biscayne Boulevard Ntw YO*K • M iaml 32, Florida • T *' NIDAD m ^ Tel. 305 FR 9-2877 SHIP BROKERS AND OPERATORS AGENTS TOR PAN AMERICAN MAIL LINES wttKiY tuna M/V ORO VERDE from MIAMI to CRISTOBAL, C.Z. M/V MONTEGO (TRANSHIPMENTS TO PANAMA. CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA) AND ATLANTIC LINES, LTD. M/V ATLANTIC PEARL M/V ICE FLOWER M/V ICE PEARL SERVING TME WEST INDUS THREE TIMES MONTHLY TO ALL — GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 MEMBER OF F O.I.C. BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE "WE APPRECIATE DOING BUSMSS WITH YOU" 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue FhoneNE 5-0311 SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES. INC. 3475 N.W. 151st STREET Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511 "WHOLESALE ONLY" GREETINGS TO ALL FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ROBERT M.MERRITT CONSTRUCTION 260 N.E. 70th STREET Ph. 754-2692 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GEORGE AND FANNIE BERTMAN CIRO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Biscayne Blvd. & 151st St. Ph. 945-8213



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r rrn 1 A. A Fcge 8-A lr*i*.t n^rHi^r Friday, December 6. 1963 Third Annual Mt. Sinai Jubilee Ball Dec. 14 *, Function Slated to Honor Executive Director Gertner For Fifteen Years of Service The gala Mt. Sinai Hospital .'. bilee Ball, to be held at the mtainebleau Hotel on Saturday i ening. Dec. 14. will honor Executive Director Samuel Gertr. Leonard A Wien. chairman of ig traditional social affair, and 1, Gerald Lewis, president of the I Mpital, said that the Board of Trustees "is pleased to take this aportunitv to pay tribute to Mr. Gertner for is years of outstanding devotion and service to Mt. Sinai Hospital."' The tribute will be the high_ht ol the third annual affair. Reservations are moving ex• cmely rapidly, and a complete %  • l l-out is anticipated, according ti Wien. Two previous balls have been Kid by the hospital. The first, held at the Fontainebleau Hotel %  %  December, 1961. was chaired r Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. The Mcond. at the Diplomat Hotel in December, 1962. had Benjamin G. Kline as chairman. Reservations for this year's ball may be made by calling the Public Relations Office at lit Sinai Hospital. Couvert is $50 per plate, with ringside couvert $100. Full ringside tables already reserved arc in the names of the following: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garner. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fricdland, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Janis, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lowenstcin, Mr. and Mrs. William B. MncDonald. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Baron deHirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moll, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orevitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pollock. Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Mr and Mrs. Saul Silbcrman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. and Mr and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien Mt. Sinai Hospital stands as the fulfillment of a dream. THE UNRELENTING PURSUIT OF A COMMUNITY IDEAL How a Vivid Dream Became a Reality In 1945, nine creative dreamers met in Connecticut at the home of the late Moses Ginsberg to discuss the possibility of the founding of Mt. Sinai Hospital on Miami Beach. Samuel Gertner Has Garnered Many Top Professional Honors for His Contributions In April. 1946. they and other community leaders received S charter from the State of Florida to establish a voluntary non profit community hospital Thus was formed Mt. Sinai's lirst Board of Trustees, which took title to an existing 55 bed hospital on Al'on Rd. As the Alton Road Hosoital opened its doorin 1946 and began to serve the community, the trustees' cam paign to uiise $2,500,000 for the construction of a larger and mure modern hospital was already in full swing. Samuel Gertner. executive dictor of Mt. Sinai Hospital, took is impoitant position officially .-. 1949, when Mt. Sinai was a :bed institution know as the Alton Road Hospital. He came Miami Beach from Israel Hostal in New York, having servv I there as assistant director am 1945 to 1949. Prior to that, was also assistant director of 5 denham Hospital in New York. Gertner began his career in spital administration with a achelor'S degree from West Vir. nia University, and with post. aduate work at New York Unirsity and at Columbia. He be. in his professional career as a cial worker, moving from there serve as division administra• r of the Department of Health d Welfare in New York. rhrough the years of his assoation with Mt. Sinai Hospital. has received many professionhonors and held many extraSAMUtl GfffTNfff curricular professional member ships. Included in these are his membership in the American Hospital Association and the Florida Blue Gross, of which group he is a member of the Board of Directors. Gertner is currently vice president of the South Florida Hospital Council and served as president during the year 1955-56 Recently, he was named president-elect of the Florida Hospital Association for the coming year, and is national consultant on hospital and nursing homes and construction and administration for Four Freedoms, the retirement organization of AFLCIO. Gertner and his wife. Edith, have two children. Linda, who is married to Dr. Gabriel Zatlin, and Bernard, a student at the University Of Florida. The Zatlins live in Atlanta, Ga„ and have one child. Jonathan Reid Zat lin. born last Feb. 1, In December. 1949, Nautilus Hospital, been used during W by the Veterans Ad became the first Sinai Hospital of Gre After a ix-nod of the purchase of new equipment, and the the former w huh had orld War II ministration, official Ml ater Miiami. refurbishing, and modern setting-up of necessary ancillary service.-. !he Board of Trustees now had I hospital with 265 beds and 50 bassinets to meet the growing demand ol a growing population Today. Mt. Sinai Hospital stands on Collins Island n a living testimonial to inspiration al leadership Constructed at a COSl of $10,000,000. the hospital was dedicated in December. 1959. In January. 1960. the doors of ltiisen structure. Or* of the mo-l rmidern and completely equipped in the country. ">'e opened to patients In the beginning the goal of* the original Board of Trustees \> as to found a hospital which would serve the'Greater Miami community, both its permanent residents and visitors, regardless oi race, creed, color, or the abil ity to pay. The tradition ol thigoal habeen carried out and remainunchanged to this day. OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE Anniversary Week to Feature Many Exciting Jubilee Events .-1 Mt. Sinai Hospital's medical staff dinner -aking plans for the hospital's Jubilee Ball 1O be held at the Fontainebleau on Dec. 14 are Ceft to right) Sam Blank, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Irehling, chairman of the hospital's board, Max Orovitz, Mrs. Orovitz, and Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Levine. The third annual function will honor Samuel Gertner. executive director for 15 years of service. Anniversary Week ..I Mt Hospital, to be climaxed with the hospital's Jubilee Ball, will feature mam event.-, according to Leonard A Wien. chairman On Tuesday. Dee. 10. there will be two tourfor the public, one at in s m and one at L' p in These tours will be conducted by members of the Tour Committee ol the Women's Auxiliary un ler the chairmanship of Mrs" Lois Shapiro Posters depicting Open House will be placed at various locations throughout Miami Beach. The public iinvited to attend, without making a reservation Wednesday will feature a special brunch in honor of the hospital's medical staff to be held in Mt Sinai's cafeteria at 9 30 a.m. Invited to meet with the 325 doctors and dentists of the medical stall are members ot the intern and residents program at Mt. Sinai, nursing supervis ors, officers of the Women's Auxiliary, and members ol the hospital's Board of Trustees and Founders Club. Thursday, the 900 employees of the hospital will be guests of the' members of the Board of Trustees in the cafeteria for meals. Friday, patients will receive special tray favors designed by the Tray Favor Committee of the Women's Auxiliary under the LIONAKD WIW chairmanship of Mrs. Harold CnBW. Mrs Unaer plars a specially -designed favor in line with Anniversary Week and the Jubi lee Ball. Saturdav will mark the holding of the hospital's third annual Jubilee Ball at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Immediately prior to the Week, at the Women's Auxiliary semiannual me.-tingto be held on |%M day. Dec. 6. a special tribute letter from Mt Sinai's president^ J Gerald Lewis, will be read tc all Auxilians thanking them tor their loyalty and devotion.



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?< 1963 t t n s e t c t i( i< tl c o t <: t V Page 12-B +Jewlsiifk>rl•' !" £j rourams and of Philadelphia. Shei f !" ln •" _J If £ family moved to did the cheerleader bit ;* %  •**,Jac put the thought ol college Miami, where she met Ted. The JJPJ^ and worked at tno right ^,<< t JJ l i.55Sfc! working seven days a week typing Miami A.r Depot. ShtthMIorthS ca and other far away places „s,s and sendmg supply to North Africa^ ^ ^ ^ ^ she found out how important to the war effort the work in her department really vvas. She got married while Ted was a cadet m the Air Force. ... After he received his wings as a pilot on a B-17. she went with him to Alabama. In d.ana. Utah. Oklahoma. North F oncla and Michigan. It was a different kind ol living during the war years, adjusting to strange places and strange people. Friendships were made, however, that have lasted through tht years Then came a time and place to I which she couldn't go with Tod. He warbased in England, flying over Germany with the 8th Air Force. When Ted came home, they started a famHftfNf ji y Mark i s now 16 and Larry 13. As most voung mothers, Helene became a PTA Koom Mother. Den Mother and waT active in Temple Judea PTA. She has always supported Hadassah as well as many other organizations, belonging to them ," she couldn't be active. Helene'. deep love for her M^*"" sick for a short time, is tied in with her hospital work. She went to the first Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary tea and has been active ever since. She is presently serving her first year as president of the Auxiliary. The bovs play an active part in the Lotterman family life. They enjoy doing countless things together, and the pool at their home is used often The baby of the family is the eight-year-old Schnauzer. A vear ago, Helene started taking painting lessons, and she partieufarv likes oils. She has painted several pictures and had them framed She likes them so much herself that she keeps them air A good cook, she enjoys baking and excels at making fancy hers doeuvores. Travel is an important part of the Lotterman life. They like the Islands. an.d have been to Spain. France and Switzerland. Helene confesses that •Exodus" awakened her interest in Israel, and she is anxiously awaiting the day she can see the Israel she s read and heard so much about. But her work at Cedars takes priority now. June Rites For Miss Knopf And David Dernis II will be a June wedding Eoi Miss Pamela Knopf an:l David Lawrence Dernis, whose engagement is announced b) the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knopf of Buffalo. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dernis, 650 86th St. Both graduating from the University of Miami in August, the bride-elects degree will be in elementary education. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Her fiance is an art major. Wedding is planned for June 7. 1964. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Carolyn Weinkle. Merrill Lamb Exchange Vows . Jcmy 8eh££* Sam Schwartz, and her broth r Louis, who observed his; Bar %  Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 80, at Beth David On Vielr return from a honeymoon in Mexico, the com* U1 live at 3417 SW 17th Ave. 1 B I R T H D A Z t : i-nst daughter, Sylvia KreU, born Nov. 12 to Jane and D. Larry Sherman, ol 2280 Keystone Blvd. She Joins her brother, two and onehalf vear..Id David Fisher Three sets of great-grandparents for the children include Mr. and Mrs. Max Krell. of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swito, Louisville; mil Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher, locali ties Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Fred Sherman, of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs Max Fisher, here from Detroit for le happ> event. IV, 1 n< r-K.ihn MRS. MtRRIU IAMB UWWRSITY or mm SYMPHONY OKHSltt FABIEK SCVITZKY Director %  UN, DEC S MB. t'il 8:30 P.M VON DEC 9. Dadc *id Sold Oil) • MISS BARBARA CCUMHC.'J J AN PEERCE Tenor of MM Opera '^o PROGRAM Verdi Overture. F'rtj del Destine: Waflner Symphony in C Major: %  .rial by Malevy. Verdi. W.igner: Stiauss Roienkavalier Waltz: D— % %  ', Taylor Peter Ibbetson with University of Miami Clio Glenn Draoer OnectO' 4lHC.Lt TICKITS: S1.7J to S4.M. Iickti. ,1 UM Sya Off. t MM Bel I M. II l#lli it* Cawnf %  HI 1-ttM; f.!.!!' i tl MW; n • %  ; leuie til COttS, HI 4-lllt innj :k. p > Bieniitf i ItlrC Si. i-; -t %  •• %  MC i li%  f MERKOS L'INYONEI CHINUCH LUBAVITCHER MOVEMENT Third Annual Banquet Originally Scheduled for January 12, 1964 at the Fonlainebleau Hotel has ben changed to Sunday, January 26th at the Deauville Hotel Harry Rosenberg, Chairman Arrangements Committee MISS PAMELA KNOPF LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RE-A/RING Serving Dad* County Over 25 Yaars 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H I* yoar protection against lmJt*tions-jour guarantee of excellent* la flavor, taitur* ruvtf quality. Look lor the word "6wiU*.lan FREE PICK UP A. DELIVERY rWWWS>WWV> •i waaai M %  •. 1 I—



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"Jewish Flor idliaxi Miami. Florida, Friday, December 6. 1963 Section D Young Leader Died in Name of Freedom • \ mean leader, who was also a fierce A „ oncnt m the battle for equality and ,-d..m. died on the eve ot Chanuka .,.,ioi state anywhere have ever been I, to their .ic.Msh tcllow-cltisens and %  ,i concerned ov problems in lewish people as was John F. Ken fth President of the United SUti i... %  •. !> sought to surround him • most able, the m< ted and • n ad aides and advisors He i •.. nhi i rsl Cabim l the firsi jev had i vet sefved simultane ,,i tnel There were Jewish mem person I white House stafl an i n, as well as through other chan in was kepi informed on Jew. levelopments A member ol his ,i public!) that Jewish Telegraphic snatches ere frequentl) studied %  : his desire to be informed ; given situation Merit Appointments ..-, right as a Roman Catholic Presidency •> • stronglj backed ,in' rlcan J< mmunitj Hi ierted minority rights Before the So, M •oi \, v spaper Editors, be ask mil lo the world that „ bo elected Mayi r ol Dublin, a Protes ., Foreign Minister ol Prat m serve in ta Israeli Parliament. annot tx President ol the United ith his desire to appoint official! without rej I henreligion. i ,ed a considerable number ol %  high office Among the best known are ,,,,., rg, rirst named BS Secretary Ol and nou serving as a Supreme court JusSen Abraham Ribicoff, of Connecticut, erved as Secretar) ol Health. Education. iVellare msistenl with his longtime interest in a gration policy, Mr Kennedy sought ret the McCarran Walter Immigration Acl termination of the discriminatory origins system Mr. Kennedy received many awardand rs horn Jewish organizations. Perhaps the blicized occasion occurred when the anti inatHW League ot B'nai it nth presented Ith America's Democratic Legacy Award nationally-televised program He then asihe rota of Immigrants ol all faiths and In building Amen. I Previous Commitments More recently, be K nl a warm greeting to ip \i Klutznick, who had served him as RSSador to the 1 tilted NationThis was • occaaion of i Chicago dinner honoring Klutznick former national B'nai B'rltit preson the 120th anniversary ol B'nai B'rtth. Pmideal wanted to attend the affair per..i could not and asked his brother, AtGaoereJ Robert Kennedy, to represent i i htcago. Mr. Klutznick was one oi the %  sident't close friends, ildanl Kenned) was to have bi en ihe guesl h no.:| | the l8Ut annual dinner ol the Amer • i ommlttee tor the Weizmann Institute ol I ce in Si York on Doe 5 Only i i • be! ire hli assassination, the sidenl displayed pleasure with Jewish efforts I r of hril rights an I ra lal Integration 11 his last known message on this subject, Mr ed) a Rabbi Oeear Groner assistant "•' mal director ol the B'nai BTIth Hlllel Founds lions, th:it h.; felt a national conference ol col youth t-i implement end rights ideals was i useful He expressed hope "'•'' JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY Martyred at Age 46 the Rabat's aqartpnees would advance the pals ol cipial treatment and equal opportun itj lor all American." KaWn i.roner had help ed organize Ihe interfaith student leadership eon terence or. religion and race held in Washington. II was fo: the positions he had held and the measures he had taken on international questions ol concern to Jewry, including matters affecting Israel thai President Kennedy was best known to mo-t Jew Enemy rv Mr Kennedy favored American ratification „f the United Nations Convention on Genocide and was seeking action by the Senate. In one of his last meetings with Jewi-h lead ers. Mr. Kennedy told a delegation representing Ihe Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. that he was troubled about the rise of Soviet ant.Semitum Shortly thereafter, he inserted a condemnation f the Soviet enforced closure of synagogues Into a speech bet-re the United Nations. Th. President was also responsive earlier in h,s Administration to reports of anti-Semitism ,,,„ ): ,d He BUthOriied the Alliance for Progress ,„d Agency lor International Development to ma ke known his displeasure of anti-Jewish tcrorlsnt in Argentina and Uruguay. President Kennedy was deeply concerned over the future Ol Israel and the question oi pe.ee in the Middle Fast Although their points .,, V | e -on,-nnns differed from those ol the President on specific policies, Israelis and then supporters here universally acclaimed Mr. Kennedy's desire to find an equitable solution in the Middle Easl and to preserve peace with justice. Interest in Israel .,,Kennedy's interest in Israel went back manv e-rs to his younger days when be visited lhe ; a „d. then mandated Palestine. By his ac„ .. senator and a Presidential candidate ,„,,„,. m> election, Mr Kennedy made ,e., his support ol Israel He. .aid • we ull ,.. „,,, ,„„. back on our steadfast IriW III adherence to the democratic way mu ., be admired by all Mends ol freedom. Revealing his thinking in I960. Mr. Kennedy said "the United States has helped Israel—but we have also been the beneficiary the strong est army m the Middle Fast is not a pawn to be lightly cast aside."' IP. the view he expressed then, it "twists reality" to suggest that Israel is to blame for Near Eastern tensions, He said that "even by the coldest calculations, the removal ol Israel would not alter the basic crisis in that area although Arab states are generallj united in opi iSltion lo Israel, their political unities have not risen above this essentlallj negative position." Mr Kennedy contrasted Israel's progress with Arab decadence, stating thai the United Stat %  "can itsell profitabl) study what has I in Israel—particular!} in the Heldol edu cation and si ;ei ce Anonymous Charity Mr. Kennedy viewed American Israel relationas a subject ol .-uch close personal interest that be did not relj exclusively on the Depart mem of stale, lie designated a trusted White House aide, Deputy Special Counsel Myer t man, to maintain a dailj watch on Israeli devel opmonts. The Kennedy Administration found itsell frequently in the situation described bj Maimonides, dispensing a higher degree ol chantythe anonymous varietj The white House could nol take public credit for many pro-1-rael or Dt Jewish actions, disclosure of which might have provoked Aral) attacks and complicated Anon can diplomacy in Arah capitals President Kennedy preferred lo keep the reins on Middle Easl policy making as close as he could to the White House lie overrode State Department objections and ordered the sale ol "Havk" anti-aircraft missiles, on liberal terms, to Israel. He took note of the Egyptian buildup with Soviet weapons and publicK deplored the role of ex-Nazi rocket scientists in Egypt. Fallowing a memorable meeting in New York on May 30. 1901, with former Israel Premier David Ben-Gurlan, Mr, Kennedy told his per sonal confidantes how deeply impressed be was by Ben-Gurion and the Israeli cause. Mr BenGuriOU on that occasion had stressed the danger c.f President Nasser's ambitions, the rockel menace and the problem ol continued Arab intransigeance. Mr. Kennedy personal!) Intervened with King Sand of Saudi Arabia during the lattcr's visit to Washington in the spring of 1962. The President told the King that the anti-Jewish ban imposed by Saudi Arabia was an American dometic matter in that it discriminated unfairly against a section of American citizenry II was not just a foreign policy issue linked with Israel when American citizens were banned from a "friendly" nation merely because of then religion in Mr. Kennedy's view. Snub to Nasser This led to a firm policy this year resulting in th-' st ition ng j Si udi Arabia ol new Ameri can armed 'one unitwhich included Americanol Jewish faith Pressures were also brought lo bear to get rertain Arab states to lift resti igainsl v.sa applicantol Jewish faith l T ndci Mi Kennedy's direction, loans to Israel were provided by the United states Government at low interest '<> help Israeleconomic considation. Vlthoagh seme n diplomats urged tn ,. |, te President Nasser of the United Vai> Republic to Washington when the latter attend.d the United Nationsessions in New York, the W < view was that such honoi te Na -er was inappropriate. He was nev er m\ iled I



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Taqe J4-A rage 4-B +Jewisti fhridHar Enjoying themselves at a recent dinner dance at Westbrooke Country Club are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox. Fox, with Sheldon Kay and Harold Pomerantz. are developers and owners of the 30-acre sports and recreation club. Two more big social affairs are one of Westbrook's in December, a Las /egas Nite this Saturday and the club's second annual New Year's Eve party. Islander's ORT Planning Panel Mrs. Margaret Newman Stearn, program chairman for Islander's Chapter. Women's American ORT. has announced that a panel com prised of Judge Irving ("ypcn and Attorney C. B. Kniskern will highlight the regular luncheon meeting Tuesday noon in the Ocean View Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Judge Cypen will explore "Women's Rights in Florida Law." and Kniskern will discuss "Planning of Your Estate.'' A question and an swer period will follow. Mrs. Grace Lane, chapter presi dent, will conduct a candlelighting ceremony in tribute to the late President John F. Kennedy. Reservation chairman is Mis. Ben Israel. Chicago Club Dinner Chicago Club of Greater Miami will hold a 17th anniversary dinner dance in the Deauville Hotel's Casanova Room on Sunday. Dec 15. at 6:30 p.m. Harry Caplan. vice president, is pro-ram chairman for the afl'.trr Kinneret Chapter Hears Review Rabbi Etersbel Rrooks reviewed "Some of My Best Friends." by Benjamin R. Epstein and Arnold Forster. at .: meeting ol Kinneret Chapter of Mi/rachi on Wednesday evening at Temple Zamora A short Chanuka program was presented by Mrs. Shirley Wolff Mrs. Ruth Ersoff and Mis Reggii Lcvenson co-chaired the evening F riday. December 6, 1963 'Mad 1 Premiere For Opti-Mrs. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach sponsoring the premiere performance of "Il's a Mad. Mad: Mad, Mai World." will appropriate the "TnYme of fne film' tor Its Ttrff^un cheon meeting on Tuesday. To be held at the Barcelona Hole!, program of the day will be a "Mad" treasure hunt with "Mad" rostumes and "Mad" experiences competition. Milton Berle. Edie Adams and Buddy Hackett are penciled in for an appearance at the gala opening night of the movie on T.ur>da.v, Pee 19. at the Sheridan Theatre In charge of tickets to the fundraising function is Mrs. Louis Ptl,' zer. Mrs Murray Sonnett is president of the group. Dade Elects Buchanan Sheriff Dade County voters Tuesday ( ected T. A. (Tall Buchanan as icriff of the county. Buchanan rolled up 50.286 votes 35.637 ballots for his opponent. rmer Sheriff Tom Kelly William S (Red) Gillespie reived 7,674: Bill McCrory. 1.440; id Bill Jackson, 911. Some 25 percent of the 360.736 •gistered Democrats in the counwent to the polls Buchanan must now face a Re.lblican hopeful for the office. ( ontender will be Fred A. Phillips i the general election Dec. 17. Melava Malka Saturday Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch announces a Melava Malka at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gutman. 525 W. 371i St., Miami Beach on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The event will honor the liberation and vindication of Rabbi Schneur ZaIman. founder of the Lubavitcher movement, from Russian impris onment. Titereth Jacob Activities Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood Telephone Squad is sponsoring a luncheon card party at the Temple on Monday at 11:30 a.m. The Temple Men's Club will meet on Sunday morning. all a re(y) for you ... and, when you serve Buitoni, you serve not only delicious food, but you give your family important nutritional values too. Buitoni Spaghetti and Macaroni are highest in protein, lowest in starchof all leading brands tested. Buitoni Marinara Sauce, made of quality ingredients, adds a touch of continental glamor to dozens of dishes. Buitoni Egg Noodles are truly satisfying in the European manner. All are Kosher and Pareve. No wonder Buitoni is first choice... in homes where quality 1 is a traditionl BUITONI The seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA is on more than forty Heinz Varieties, including Heinz Vegetarian Beans, six Heinz Soups (Vegetarian Vegetable, Tomato, Tomato with Rice, Cream of Mushroom. Cream of Pea, Cream of Celery), Heinz Tomato Ketchup and many others. -_ means Kosher BUITONI means quality ( Say BEW-TONI as in Beauty ) INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 Halt ** MAIl ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDtD-INSURtD-GUARANTUD ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710FR 4-8783 Delivered Anywhere US A FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M DAILY \~rhan14ka (-greetings AMERICAN KOSHER FRANKFURTERS • SAIAM. BOIOCNA PASTRAMI • CORNED BEEF • TONGUES AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC. Miami • New York • Tampa SPONSORS OF THf 'TORAH HOUR' Each Sunday Noon WEDR FM Rabbi TiborH. Stern



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