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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MRU
36
Number 50
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 13, 1963
Three Sections Price 21:
U/na/7 Devoted His Life to the Service of His Country
JBy MILTON FRIEDMAN
LwiNGTON (JTA) Her-
Lehman w ill 1"' remembered
b,hin 'h'' conscience
I, Sl. Up spurned the
1 | romisins that is tradi-
El'for older men. His ap
f,ch io -illation involving
J^i, right$ overrode any parti-
bhman maintained thai the
goal Of human equality must nev-
er be compromised."
Mis unwillingness to temporize
made him, in the minds of many
colleagues "'the conscience of the
Senate "
Lehman's candor in attacking
the bipartisanship of reaction"
kept him on the firing lin*. al-
though he -was one of the oldest
Senators then serving. Only
Rhode Island's Theodore Green
wa appreciably older. Alben
Barkley was his senior by only
a few months.
The passion of some of Lehman's
battles seemed out of place with
his otherwise cool dignity and good ,
temper.
His was among the first voices
raised against the investigative
tactics of the late Sen. Joseph
McCarthy. Wisconsin Republican.
Lehman accused him of assaulting
government services, the schools,
the stage, the publishing world
and even our churches." Lehman
sail Sen. McCarthy and his ad-
herents were "inquisitors" press-
ing their attacks "on the grounds
of disloyalty, unorthodoxy and
failure to accept the infallibility of
McCarthy He warned that Mc
Carthyism could turn far back
the clock of our civilization."
Lehman's willingness to con.
lront McCarthya dirty fighter
whose bluster frightened most Sen-
ators into Mlencedisplayed poli-
tical integrity at the very peak
of McCarthy's strength.
In one instance. McCarthy, dur-
ing a violent speech on the Sen-
Continued on Page 7-A
llsrael Cabinet Offers
\Welcome to Pope Paul
Visit Scheduled Jan. 5
ARABS CRITICIZE PROPOSED TRIP PAGE 11 A
it issued the following state
\l iJTA' ll
meeting at its reg-
session here, issued
IsUiemei officiallj welcoming
visit of Pope Paul
The statement said the visit
... be a morable et ent," and
that ever)thing will be
Government to make
mis consonant with
unique static" in
irld
A -pecia! Ministerial committee
deal h all details surround
heduted visit was ap-
unted bj th< I ..bir.et The com
is headed by Prime Mm
tor Levi Kshkol and includes the
Ministers nl Religious Affairs.
ler."
inent
"The decision by Pope Paul
VI to make a pilgrimage to the
Continued on Page 9-A
Johnson Leads
Mourners At
Lehman Rites
UN. HERBERT N. 1EHJHAN
succumbs of 85
SPECIAL FUND INCLUDED
UJA Adopts $105 Million
Goal for Needs in 1964
NEW YORK The
and policewith 26th annual national conference
fee Premier's office m overall f the United Jewish Appeal con
[barge eluded here Sunday with the adop
Foreign Minister Gotda llelr tion of a 1963 goal of $105,000,000
the Cabinet on Pope and the election of Joseph Meyer
Paul's forthcoming visit A j,off of Baltimore to his fourth
the Cabinet said successive term as General Chair-
: the importance that man.
Ike Cabinet attaches to this mat
British Flay
Jew's Ouster
Frcm Big Firm
5 PRESSURE PACE J2-*.
cognnanco of reports that "in
th forthemmf year, immigra-
tion to Isro**- may exceed even
the large migration of the past
12 months." The reports also
emphasized the needs of the
Jews uprooted by political up-
heavals in North Africa. In all,
751,500 distressed Jews in 31
countries, the largest number in
more than a decade, will-require
aid from the UJA supported
agencies in 1944.
NEW YORK (JTA) Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnson, making
his first Journey from Washington
since assuming the Presidency,
led scores of the country's not-
ables. non-Jewi&h and Jewish. Mon-
day in attending funeral services'
for the late Herbert H. Lehman
at Temple F.manu-El. The elder
statesman, former Governor of
New York for four terms, and
member of the U.S. Senate for;
tun terms, died suddenly at his
home last Thursday, aged 85. In-
terment was private.
While 2.500 invited guests jam-
med Temple Rmanu-EI during the
services, conducted by the Re-
iorm congregation's spiritual lead
< r. Rabbi Julius Mark, many thou-
sands lined the streets outside the
tdiflce. With "maximum sccur-
ity" prevailing. 5.000 New York
policemen and Secret Service
agents guarded the President.
Meyerhoff, in commenting on
Sharing the pew in Temple
Continued on Page 2-A
The $105 000.000 campaign goal,
S9.000.ooo higher than the 1963
goal, is made up in two parts:
189,000,000 to finance the ongoing
rams >>t the UJA constituent .-.--,- -.-. ... -~......~......B
and beneficiary agencies, which adoption of the i%4 goal, said that
are the United Israel Appeal Jew- American Jews "must treat these
ish Agency for Israel. Inc.; the increased obligations not as in-
Joint Distribution Committee: and creased burdens, but as Increased
the New York Association for New opportunities to advance the great
Americans. Also Included ss a mission of the redemption of our
beneficiary agency is the United people."
Hias Service The conference also elected Max
: Bancroft, Jewish fi extraordinary costs rising ou. ... --- -- national
from the board Of the the high rate Oi the immigration ** *"** ,lerbe,t A ** <*>< > the U futU"
: ..,, insurance Com to Israel, the movement of Jews chairman.
LBJ Meets With
Jewish Group
At White House
WASHINGTON -iJTA> Pres-
ident Lyndon B. Johnson made
known la-t weekend to a delega-
tion of Jewish leaders that he will
make his first address as Presi-
dent before a Jewish group on Jan.
29. when he addresses a dinner in
New York in support of the Weiz-
mann Institute ot Science.
The President mei with 1 num-
ber of triends at the White House.
They included Philip M Klutznick.
communal leader, and former
American Ambassador to the Unit-
Continued on Page 15-A
Erhard Says Bonn Sees No
Israel Recognition for Now
s.ut..f ",^..:;M::,l:!i::r,:IS ** he d,d ,.o intend,.
on
ooi neroeri a. ,t.lhljshj normal diplomatic re
Frledman was named to a 10th ^ ^ (.(.rmany
,h' JA and Israel, but he emphasized i"'"'-v '" ,n<
to other lands, and other cmcr
I encies
In adopting the goal, the 2,000
delegates representing hundreds
of Jewish communities through-
out the country, took particular
Insurance
i eek, came up for dls-
., m< eting <>f Hie Bril
' ;it which the Issue of
, mi British firms
1 tl Israel to accede to
I boycott against Israel
II up in anticipation of
Mich members of the
will have to answer in
111
-1 1 ighl members of the
of Commons have submit-
lions in writing to the
men! In connection with ,,
Of Lord Mancroft from was dropped earlv this week
I ish insurance firm under Atlorncv lor two unnamed nti-
essure. One of the ques .,ants. Robert Scott Kautmann.
was addressed directly to toll The Jen ish Floridlan 1 o
Prime Minister, Sir Alec nol anticipate any litigation at
I rrn by Sir Barnett Jan (his time."
a Labblila member of Par- The |jtigants decided not to
Continued on Pag. 4-A their suit in view of th.
executive vice
as
chairman.
Mrs.
BONN (JTAi Chancellor whether lie Intended to take such
Krhard Indicated this action. He replied that our rela-
tions with Israel are not so much
.! question 01 diplomatic relations
a matter of our obli {atiODS Our
past has been one
prop> sal
that he considered the
jack Karp of BeverlyJHjto. CaL.
W.s elected national chairman of ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ pn_
Continued on Page 8-A conference since taking office
Suit Dropped to Bar Religious Sign
v anticloated suit to enjoin county officials from erecting a "As of now. i, is Simply hem,
n-dc Counts Courthouse during the Christmas season kept in abeyance." he said, ex-
cross on UW -. plaining that "ill-timing" may


emotional turmoil following its
announcement last week. But
Kaufmann, a Miami attorney,
has been retained by the liti-
gants to draw up an exhaustive
legal memorandum on the mat-
ter.
have confused the legal issues in
volved.
Kaufmann. himself a Presbyter
Ian, is representing two persons
whom he characterized as "Gen-
Continued on Page 3-A
oi maximum recognition of our
obligations and a true spirit of
Irienrlship
"It is not so much a question
of whether we should take up
diplomatic relations but when,"
he added. "If you consider the
present circumstances in the
Arab world and the possible eon-
sequences in regard to the Ger-
man Democratic Republic, our
present course seems the most
appropriate."
"If you ask me whether I in-
tend to make application in the
Cabinet for exchange of full diplo-
matic relations with Israel, my
answer would be not at the pres-
ent time." he said.


S-~-6 I
k*lst fhri'tton
rnday. December
13,
LBJ Leads Mourners at Lehman Rin
*.er -. -c
Im Bo z:-: -.: QaOBuka
ztiooa lot- Miami
Federation Leaders Urge Redemption
Of Pledges as "End of Year' Necessity
- ,- ._ : ... ... ..i.
.; ...

i etfera
pk M L
-
peal
.- York -*n*re
tfct v-.tal need fw immediate dol-
lars i the
need* of the greatest influx of
-zee* to land and to Europe
War II.
They have told me that our
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion mutt redeem $250,000 in
iHedjes before the end of the
year to help Israel continue the
ma*$ absorption of immigrants,
and to provide these people with
jobs, housing, food and transpor-
tation necessary to begin a new
life of freedom," Catsman said.
Tl* maJUee ir-
I *ai Bnckmai :

Leon Kaplan. M~


A 2 *.
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a ho
nil
-JA
o| aervieei
"We look fdnrard I
Dr Lehrman a- chairman of the
1964 Combined Jewish Appeal by
shovkir.g him :he record establish-
ed by our community in the past
year. I strongly urge all who
have not redeemed their pledges
to do so at the present time."
Pledge- may be redeemed by
sending checks to Combined Jew-
tan Appeal. 1311 Biscayne Blvd.
Membership Brunch
Maxwell Darier. c
nmittee of
i. new
h will be heir! in
the Temp)' ::um on Sundav
Continued from P*-jt I A
Eim g m President John
son, wmle the rifei were being
jcteo, were Mrs. Johnson;
'. Yorx Go. Nelson A. Rock*
fetter; the city's Mayor, Robert
F Wagrer, Senators Jacob K
Javits and Ker.neth B. Keating,
the two members representing
New YorW State in the U.S. Sen-
ate, Attorney General Robert
F. Kernedy, a brother of the
late President; and Adlai E.
Stevenson chairman of the Unit-
t:" States delegation to the Unit-
ed Nation,. Sitting nearby was
0delate Justice Arthur J. Gold-
berg, of the U.S. Supreme Court.
I '
I .
tea ; the Pr -
plane
bo ac
- panted the Preaidenl on the
(ma Washington and attend-
ed the senice^. Included G
of ih<- Amen
en IXeratlou of Labor an'! C n-
trial Organizations;
W WiBard Wirti SecreUry of
- lecreti of State
Averell Harriman; United
Sen J William Pall
Irkansas; Clinton P.
Anderson. Democrat of New Mex
... Democra- of Ala
and George McGovern.
Ltemocrat of Sou'h Dakota
The State of Irai-1 was repre-
I
A:.- ~,i--ir Washington, .v. i a

ad of the
lion to tl United
Katioos. 1

: ence to Mrs,
that Jewish
Mr. Lehman
i i racy and
who. in hi> battle for
tenet:
"Ir Eshfc
a.. Israel and i rsonally,
reel had -lust a great
Mrs. Lehman, it was disclos-
ed, had telephoned the Presi-
dent, asking him not to come to
New Yor* because of the tense
a*"rel situation due to the
assassination of the late Presi-
dent Kennedy. However, the
President, who assured Mrs.
Lehman that he was touched by
her concern, insisted on attend-
ing the rites for his friend and
former Senate colleague.
Thirty-five motorcycle police-
men, supplemented by two police
helicopter- flying at very low lev
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Friday. 3ecember 13. 1963
+Jewish nkrkfmr
Page 3-A
Host.: the first Miami Beach Technion membership social
(SOD will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy (right* seen
President Mrs. Louis Glasser. The Levys have
redesigned their home at 5045 Lakeview Dr.. for-
v:ied by the Carl Weinkles, and before them, by the
/r.oiner family of Washington. D.C.
Suit Dropped to Bar Sign
From Dade's Court House
Continued from Page 1-A
Uie no- -hovers."
Outpouring of newspaper col-
|umn> and articles on the suit, as^
nil as radio opinion programs in
Miami, all jumped to the
coaclusion that both the attorney,
Wd the litigants were Jewish.
The legal issue involved is
stated in Sec. 4 of the Declara-
tion of Rights in the Constitu-
tion of the State of Florida.
Kaufman said that if one sect
has tax monies placed at its
disposal to erect religious sym-
bols, then every other sect, no
matter how small, would have
to be accorded equal treatment.
.
BETH DIN OFFICE
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1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
The litigants ultimately hope to
be able to sit down with represen-
tatives of the Greater Miami
Council of Churches to explain
their petition "in the spirit of
President Johnson's brotherhood
plea from sea to shining sea'."
Technion Society
To Hear Chicago
industrialist Talk
Joseph Wertheimer, ol Chicago.
noted industrialist and a national
rd member of the American
m in-ty for Technion. will speak
' Miami Beach on Tuesday even-
ing
He will id mt members of the
South Flo ids Chapter of the So
ciely. nu-i Dg at the home of Mr.
d Mrs. Morris Levy, SMS Lake
\ en Di reporting to them the
recent progress scientific re-
search taking place at Technion.
rael largest and oldest college
<>i angineorJBgti
Wortheinur heads up the tirm
ol Turner Printing Machinery,
I; ( nt Chicago, manufacturers
o| giant commercial printing
He has recently return-
from an Inspection tour <>f
Teehi
Mrs. Louis GJa*ser, president
of the local chapter, revealed
that, of 1,200 young applicants
is now receiving new impetus
from the advanced work taking
p'ace at Technion," she said.
Among local civic leaders who
hold positions of honor as found-
ers in the American Teehnion So-
Cietj are Meyer A Haskm. Shep
ard Broad. Samuel Friedland,
Mrs. Trad} Hajnerschtag, Nathan
Kushin. llyman Lionel man. Joseph
Mechlow. Jack s. I'opick. Jacob
Kifkin. Leo Robinson. Jacob Sher.
A. I. Islander. Dean Joseph Wiel.
and Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau
Dr. Irvine, Lchrman. spiritual
leader ol Temple Eanu-El. is 8
member of Technion s national
Hoard of Directors.
Vice presidents of the South
Chapter include David
Jacob Kifkin and Sol C.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
president of the I'niver-
Miami. is chapter secre-
Florida
l'onve.
Shave
a vice
sity of
tary
Mt. AND MM. MfWfl
Rabbi Shapiro
Specks Tuesday
Rabbi N .. i '' Shapiro, spsr
itual leader el Rrth David will
he tfuost ,-,... i the next meet
ins of Be;h David Young Adult-.
He will coartud an open forum
discussion with member- ot the
audience.
Meeting will take place en Tues
day. 8:30 O.HI.. in the De Social Hall
Capacity Crowd
Due Mt. Sinai
Jubilee Ball
More than 800 reservations have
been accepted to date for Mt.
Sinai Hospitals third annual Jubi-
lee Ball this Saturday evening at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. A glam-
orous "evening to remember" has
been planned for the traditional
social event which will honor Sam-
uel Gertner, executive director,
"for 15 years of outstanding devo-
tion,**
attend will remember this as an
unusually oeautiful eveninu. and
one on which they will look hack
with a great deal ol pleasure be
cause "i their personal enjoyment
and !( -aus. oi its benefit lo Mt.
Sinai Hospital."
Wien said that "the commit-
tee had planned no speeches,
althouqh time will be set aside
for tributes to the guest of hon-
or." Participating in the tribute
presentations will be J. Gerald
Lewis, president of the hospital;
Max Oreviti, chairman of the
board; Baron deHirsch Meyer,
chairman of the Founders Club;
Dr. Stanley prehling, president
of the medical staff; and Mar-
vin Bostin. associate director on
bhalf of the hospital personnel.
Included in the evening will be
cotillions in honor of the Irastees,
founders, Women's Auxiliary, mod-
icel stall and the hospital's ad-
ministrauw stall.
Decorations for the evening are
under the chairmanship ol Mrs
Robert Z. Greene. Steering Com-
mittee chairman is Dr. Lester
Ku-sin. and chairman of the Re-
ception Committee is Benjamin G.
Kline
Beffi ft Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold its monthly luncheon
and card party in Dora August
Hall at 12:30 p.m.. Tuesday

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Volume 36
Friday. December 13,
27 Kislev 5724
Number
1963
50
Sen. Lehman
Passes at 85
Hardly have we begun to
crapple with the grim realities of
the death of President Kennedy
hen we are now confronted with
:he passing of Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman in New York at the age
c: 85.
In many immediate ways, the
comparison suffers. John Fitz-
rerald Kennedy was President of
\.\q United States and assassin-
. ted at 46 in the bare beginnings
cf the prime of his life. The na-
::on, rightly, was staggered by
: .e sudden and tragic loss of its
:hief executive.
16 Sen. Lehman, an octogenarian,
- alike the young President, who
ould have had so much to offer,
ralfilled his potential long ago.
But it is precisely here that the
Senator's passing becomes such
: n unhappy event. To recount
Mr. Lehman's contributions is out
cf the province of these columns.
3eyond the fact that he served
New York State as governor for
:en years and United States Sen-
ator for two terms, in addition to
his service as first director general of the Uni-
ted Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency.
__ H would be gilding his already profoundly
dedicated career to list Mr. Lehman's other
accomplishments.
That President Lyndon Johnson left Wash-
ington to attend his funeral in New York's
Temple Emanu-El, braving a nation's now jit-
tery concern for security, sufficiently indicates,
we think, the high regard in which Herbert H.
Lehman was held.
When it seemed that Mr. Lehman's long
life devoted to public service was over, he
returned to center stage in the early 1950s as
. a U.S. Senator, during which time he rose to
perhaps his greatest heights.
For it was Sen. Lehman who joined Pres-
ident Harry S. Truman as a leader in the bat-
tle against the passing of the infamous McCar-
ran-Walter Immigration Act. The triumph of
the bill, it is said, caused him to burst into un-
controllable weeping in the privacy of a dark
Capitol Hill corridor.
And it was Sen. Lehman who, when others
feared to take him on, early launched among
the first instances of resistance to the excesses
cf Joseph R. McCarthy.
His life spent in the cause of America and
humanitarian endeavor will mark Sen. Leh-
man's role in history.
CJA'S New Chairman
The appointment of Dr. Irving Lehrman as
chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal
is a welcome one.
The Combined Jewish Appeal is Greater
Miami's one-time annual campaign for a va-
riety of causes local, national and overseas.
In all of these areas of endeavor, includ-
ing Israel, Dr. Lehrman has had wide experi-
ence as a leader, speaker and knowledgeable
interpreter.
As a result of his many organizational
affiliations, rabbinic and lay, he knows the
community well, both here in Greater Miami
and nationally. And Dr. Lehrman knows Israel
equally well, having been there on many offi-
cial occasions.
All of this experience augurs well for a
vigorous Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
n 1964. His experience will be an invaluable
csset in achieving that end. In addition, the
wide respect in which Dr. Lehrman is held by
the community at large should significantly
broaden CJA's horizons.
We join the community in acknowledging
the choice made by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for its new campaign chairman.
A Lesson in Bigotry
The first move in Dade County to enjoin
the county from hanging religious symbols on
its public buildings during Christian holiday
seasons is a lesson, however controlled, in
bigoted thinking.
News of the suit here last week promptly
elicited an angry response in the community's
press and on radio and television.
The response ranged over a wide field of
anguish, all of it, in varying degrees, contain-
ing veiled statements of an unhappily anti-
Semitic nature. The mildest of them repeated-
ly reminded us that "this is a Christian nation''
and that the fractional percentile of the coun-
try unaffiliated with the majority religion has
no right to dictate and enforce its views.
At the moment, all of this seems beside the
point. Even the legal strengths or weaknesses
of the suit aren't worth discussing in the face
of the larger issue.
The larger issue is that people are willing
at the drop of a hat, to jump to the conclusion
that the proposed litigants were Jewish, and
therefore to make bigoted statements about
Jews as a whole.
For no one who has been guick thus far
to vent his anger ever bothered to find out that
the potential litigants in the case are not Jew-
ish. And. in fact, the attorney, though his
name sounds Jewish," is a self-professed
Presbyterian himself.
The Teen-Age Conclave
For the tenth consecutive year, some 300
high school youth will gather Sunday for the
!ra%TvCSVeS^n50red here an<% by
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
In the past, these conclaves have proven
themselves to be serious forums for discussion
by the young people of a variety of significant
issues. '
This kind of serious and timely talk bv
our young people deserves the admiration of
the community. The YM-YWHA. its sponsor-
ing parent-body, deserves similar commenda-
tion for directing the attention of its youth to-
ward an adult level of thinking.
during the week
..;< i see il
T^ty LEO MINDLIN
U
AUTHOR MAURICE Samuel
* made some excellent ob
servations on Jewish" contin
uity at a Me Ami celebration
meeting of the Jewish N*
tional Fund Council, in the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun
day evening Noting the easy
-passHtf vt pimi fMrn fhf
hands of the late President
, Kennedy to his successor. \|r
Samuel suggested that jeu,
have been experiencing this sort of miraculous continuum for thous
sands of years, and in countless places and times.
Thus: By the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept; yea we
wept when we remembered Zion. Similarly, the impulse to estab-
lish links with the pat was experienced on the Dnieper, in the Mel-
lahs of Morocco and under the colonnades of the Alhambra -And
here in Miami." he said. "Jews still pursue that phenomenon," and
Mr. Samuel pointed to the establishment of Me Ami as an example
of our eternal and restless yearning toward Jerusalem.
In the noted author's View, the purpose of the continuum
to preserve the unrelenpng drive in the achievement of the Great
Return; and here he offered an accolade "to the United States, the
constitution and the souik! sense of the American people." For it
is in the shadow of their outstretched arm that Jews realized the
kind ot emotional security and physical stability enabling them to
bring to fruition the long dormant Zionist dream.
The genius of the Jewish continuum is such, he noted, that it
automatically became the crucible in which were forged the hepes
and ideals of a subsequent Israel reborn. Jews in exile, Mr. Samuel
said, carried on with the ancient ceremonials and customs that
had purpose in Palestine and thai arc meaningful there again in our
time
<. .;. .j.
STORING UP NATIONAL CAPABILITY
sing the Sukkah as an example, he said that todaj we cai
serve the building ol .> Sukkah even in settlements where I
somewhat less than honored." The sukkah. Mr S
' iety and religious convicti*
[ nccessit; I lure to protect the restinj
;ui
Bui it v is the symbolic i ol the Sukkah Chi
millet i Jewish d'spe sion that preserved the It
om until it would one d?j be needed again It did more bat
that; ii contributed t" the Jewish continuum.
Thi' Jewish Rational Fund, out ol which grey |fe Ann
community's sister city on Ine Jordan border near the Israel
town ol ( mm el I aim.. is in Mr Samuel's view a counterpart l
principle Preferring to translate Keren Kayemel
accurate!) as Jewish Fulfillment Fund, he remarked that thl
had been itself an example of the storing up of national capal
for a time when it uon led.
Nov that Israel has emci {< I once more, what of the continuu
As Mi Samuel sees it continuity was mainly an instrument of the
Galul where non-Jews, living an "elementary illusion." consM
us in our exile 'to be self-enclosed" and lifeless within. Hut
has been in fact an enormous cultural lag between the prtgre
thinking ol verj vital Judaism and the Gentile world bent or.
secuting us
Wt NtVtR LtTT HISTORY AT ALL
AS EXAMPLES, Mr Samuel pointed to I'hilo and Ibn Gabirol. ad
*"* vanced philosophic masters of their vastly diverse time.s. who
weren't even recognised as Jewish because they violated the classii
image ot the Galul Jew. And pointing humorously to the current
popularity ol existentialism, he said: "Suddenly. Chassidism occupies
a high place. Suddenly, the world has 'discovered' the Baal Sheir. "
Israel seems t |,e changing this view of us. however wror.
may have been, as something out ol the past Hence, the world
begun la regard the Jew in Israel as reentenng the mainstream ot
history via his contemporary national activity For Jews. Mr. San
uel warned, a corrective is mandatory; we are not reenterin.
mainstream of history but "the era ol contemporaneous acknowledgi
ment Because of our continuum, and through our yearning t<
Zion, we never left history at all.
Neither, he said have .lews returned to Israel in order "to
me a ghetto;" the) returned in the hope of achieving bettei
communication with the res! of the wortd-the kind of communica
"on demed us in the Galul where we were immutable signs of the
Is an exi mple, Mr Samuel pointed to Israel's sending of ti
mcai experts to the newly-emerging African nations, as well as
'"'-' '" a large corps of African exchange students Ac-
cording to the noted author. African exchange students curt
of oniy\?00 nUmbCr S"",e 12 Thc US- he sald' Mn b0Ml
' '' significant comparison, he said, because it reenfoi
'ic ma.nmale of [gracl'i determination to be a part oi things
' maw a contribution-not only to her immediate ne.uhi.or-. who
""e.*nus f rejected her. but to neighbors as distant as ot l
Afrcan'continent For Jews. .. ,,, i|||fw ..|hc ||ar ,
ins "m'' "' Mn" 'h'' world'" and a myth that
"ems an addiction in their minds.
;
:
ARtNA Ot HIS PROfOUNDtR KNOWLlDGt
I1.,!!, !H,ESE, !mpu,sos- Mr Samuel said, that set the Jewish v
of l,' L.rr lt0. m0"n: not onlv ,he nced to fulfill the dream
miAcIZ a'S0 ,0 part of ,he world. And it is in this
SEE"! 222?*h0sa,d-,hat" are ^,o rimuar
our reutrTh"!^ "* *"" ,hat ,his n,ion was "the instrument o.
SMcu tet ""r reentenng contemporary events." Mr. Samuel
c i ,^r al,,ere fa,e if U.S. immigration laws were ><
tl 1 L,89 Ynd ,900: as they later became, presumable
' nSlI 'he na"';nal r,si"s 1ta system. It ii here
the Gain.' ,n. Preservation of symbols and ceremonies in
acknowleagJmen^Mr^^,,, T" im ,he era of contemporaneous
sosem.nt. Mi Samuel was both novel and intriguing
tlKe inSmaSv10!!JfS*. 2* ""Wbutioili is naive soph.s,r>. lor
recognition knm, ," ,,l!';"nU'" wuh the actual stroke of Ann,:,;,.
"ents Sat I i he,Pl,.t ( "** ,ht' accident,
declare) that \m HiBee' ",u'n Mr Samuel, as a final note
musl wdtfoes ke '" CfJ?, "'" say ,0 ,sracl' 'tak or wlm:' 5he
'"'"' iSaZ'FSuS.PdUn eyt'" and when he Interpreted I
"woo statement on the relations between Israel at
Continued on Pag* 13.A
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I *o play- win oe presented. The
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teacher, Mrs, Rochclle Ross.
- will be led by Cantor
1 pson Habbi Norman
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IfTTER TO THI EDITOR -
Reader Flays Ecumenical Indecision
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Ecumenical Council i n
Rome wasn't able to come to a de-
cision to approve the declaration
submitted to them thai the Jewish
people should not be held respon-
sible for the killing of Jesus It is
disappointing that a postponement
of the issue was necessary; thus
the Catholic Church has failed to
contribute .ts part in eliminating
anti-Semitism among Christians by
correcting injustices to the Jewish
people over centuries of false ac-
cusations.
II was evidently too early to en-
joy the breakthrough of enlight-
naent in the heirachy of the Catho-
lic Church that would put an end
to the indoctrination of hatred to-
ward Jews, poisoning generation-,
by accusing .lews with all kinds of
charges.
From the earliest times of the
Christian era, down through the
ages, Jews were persecuted by
the Church. The suffering dur-
ing the Inquisitions and the burn-
ing of Jews at the stake are a
substantial part of the history.
Even after the Church lost its
secular power, it still contrib-
uted a great deal to the destruc-
tion of European Jewry during
the Nazi ere by its passive atti-
tude.
I
It was thus noted, with great re- '
lief and satisfaction that through
the initiative of the late Pope John,,
a great humanitarian, the issue of
anti-Semitism had been brought1
before the Ecumenical Council to'
try to remedy an almost 2,000-year- j
old mistake But we now experi-'
ence the controversy which arose
in the Council on this issue. Anti-
Semitism is too deeply ingrained
in the structure ot the Catholic
Churtfl, and to remove it will take
much greater effort on the part of
liberal elements in the Church
The political considerations
> em to indicate thai just as the
Church did ''it want to take a pub
lie stand againsl Hitler, so today
the me i easoning is bei' i
plied when Arab sentiments are
mentioned as among the causes for;
IMistponement.
The U. S. State Department re
cently published documents show-
ing the repeated efforts made by i
the U. S Government in 1942 forj
fie intervention of the Vatican in
behalf of the Jews being killed
systematically in Hitler's extermi-
nation camps In those formal ap-
proaches, al.-o from other govern-
ments. Pope Pius XII was urged
publicly to eondemn the Nazi atro-
cities, knowing that such interven-
tion wool I be helpful in saving
millions of Jew S,
Pope Pius XII whose love and
loyalty to the Germans seems now
well-established, was unmoved and
refused his cooperation to inter-
vene. By his stubborn silence, he
simply gave Hitler the power of
attorney to keep on killing the
Jews.
In view of the revelations in
the U. S. State Department pub-
lications, we know that this pas-
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Jewish Floridian, in its is-
sue of Nov 15. published a dis-
patch of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency which quoted the Jordan-)
lan newspaper, "Falastin," as
stating that "The American anti-
Zionist Council (for Judaism) has'
announced it will work towards ex-
pending all possible assistance to'
the Palestinian (Arab) Delegation
in the United Nations General As-;
sembly, and that it will also be ac-'
live to bring to the attention of
American public opinion the latest,
c'evelopments concerning the Pal-
estine problem and t!ie effort of|
the Palestinians to achieve the re-
turn of the fatherland."
I have confronteil the American'
Council for Judaism with this re-,
port of the Jewish Telegraphic
\ ency, the ownership of which,
t may be said, is vested in the
World Zionist Organization,
Lecnard R. Sussman, executive
director of the American Council
for Judaism! informs me the
sive attitude wasn't ignorance
but an established policy of the
Vatican toward the Jewish ques
tion, conditioned in Germany
while Pope Pius served as a
Cardinal in Berlin.
Therefore, the late Pope Job -
endeavor to change the attitu
of the Vatican constituted a gtt
hope that the Church would reve
to its earlier ideals, but the pot-
ponemenl ol the approval of ti -
declaration is a great setback. It
proves thai there are still mighty
forces in the Church who advOC)
hatred instead of love in the nai
Of Christianity
There is still a long way to go
in the achievement of brotherly
love, and a much greater effort
has to be made by the libe
forces in the Church to assure th I
the darkness of the Middle Aj. -
will not again prevail in the cli
bars of the Vatican.
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
Council "has no intention of issj-
ing any statements to the United
Nations on the Arab refuge* de-
bate. The Council hat never
done so in the past. The formal
views of the Council are address-
ed only to the government of the
United States.
"The American Council for Ju-
daism favor-, neither the Arab B t
the Israeli cause. We act .n the
terest of the United States."
The Council attempts to tree
American policymakers of Ziom-t
pressures such as those of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency ar.d
all other pro-Zionist agencte*. The
Council shares in the recent Ameri-
can Assemblj recommendation set
forth by a distinguished group of
Americans that American intere-t
calls for neutrality in the Middle
East. The Council believes this
policy will ultimately prove to he
in the interest oi the parties di-
rectlj involved.
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Friday, December
')
1963
Plot
Climate
By MAX LERNER
British Attack Firms Bow to Boycott]
Paris.
With the FBI incarirj an,' with th- wise choice of a Presiden-
___ il commission "' inquiry headed by Chief Justice Warren, perhaps
___ the anaateui Investigator) irto the Kennedy assassination will now
lake a much needed rest. When the Wow was first struck the sense
i ; horrified complicity oi the whole American culture in the killing
had an element of purgative health in it So did the recognition ol
an inner violence in American society. Both of them helped in the
necessar) self-examination of the American conscience. But both
have been unduly protracted and both have served their purpose an.i
had thcr day.
The form thai this sense ol American Will has taken In much
i : the foreign press has been the insistence on a right-wing-cum-
police plot behind Oswald and Jack Ruby. In that form it became
distorted, distorting and obsessive during the week after the shooting.
in one fact there cm be little doubtthai of the loose, free
eeling, even chaotic behavior ol the Dallas police officials and
local prosecutors. Their oval and bumptious frontier ways were
- French and British reporters accustomed to a greater
i jmtj .:: law officials. The shock was reinforced by the TV screen,
Oswald publiclj exposed to pros inquiries before h:~ in-
dictment, and later by !';< TV ... death. Worsi ol all
lesswork, tnd contradictions in which
i : Is t by the n porters.

It is ore thing to recoil from this stance of Texas still caught
frontier ad rice It is quiti r to make it th" base
of an ( | by hypothesis, at bi it conji iral, niton the
16 '> hich has ted not only to audiences in Russia
. n Europe, but in France and Italy and even a.- far a.-
India
v of the reporters started with an unyielding disbelief that
ime uld We beer committed by a leftest-oriented man who
had been a defector to the Soviet L'nion and had tried to identify
himselfgenuinely or notwith the Castro cause. They could not
that it could be the work of such a man. even of a confused
. politically vacillating one who was clearly a problem lor the
ps; i hiatrists
Then came the shooting of Oswald by Ruby, who had somehow
gad to gel through police lines to do it. For those who saw in
in what they were looking for, this clinched it. Ruby. a> the) saw
it. Uad killed Oswald to seal Ins lips; Oswald, if he had done the kill-
at all, was only a minor link in a farthing network: he was the
'ool Ruby, who in turn was the tool of the Dallas police, and the
police in turn were in league with a malevolent Fascist and right-
......nization who had chosen Hitler and Goebbels-wise, to stage
their own Reichstag fire by using their own Oswald-Van de Lubbe
1 :1' '

I don't say that this is wholly excluded from possibility. Any-
'' ;i-,lt' m the kind of twilight world in which political kill-
llj when the stakes are as high as in the assassins-
-'' 1 P.....Went ol the world's greatest power. Which of us
e mind this possibility didn't at some point en-
I many other possibilities as weir: Maybe Oswald Was part
ol a Sot et or Cuban underground; maybe, after coming back from
"K lll,n he became a double agent working for the Com
munists and anti-Communists; maybe, alter defecting to the Soviet
Li on. he defected to the mob around General Walker who once re-
Nt' ,he Vmerican Hag when Texas apologized to Adlai Stevenson.
I ssibilities are numberless. That is why the Justice De-
partment refused to close '.he inquiry and sent thousands of FBI men
'rT -" Orleans. That is why a Presidential commission
sen, which :an be even more objective than the FBI
is no longer a province for the army of native and for-
who have launched the greatest amateur James
i Ui b and who are feeding the rapidly chang-
from their fantasy world to millions of eager read-
-' hostilities and fears about America are being con

is Nate the plot climax, from which these unsupported fan-
d v. can afford to wan and see what
- n Neither the Attornej General (the victims
ideot Join son. nor Chief Justice Warren is
i racy
It is .l.-o tisw tk American people eased up on their self-
" cans are violent but no more violent (as history
*" h Italians. Germans. Russians. Italians Cubans'
" problem is not only that of the inner violence
of all modern societies. II is that ot the fragility and thoughtlessness
of the social str rture which fail, to protect itself against the vio-
lence of wayward man.
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liament who is also president of
the Board t Deputies oi British
Jew -
Sir Barnett asked the Prime
Minister to tell tine House what
action is being taken by the
Government to prevent Arabs
from coercirj company officers
or employees ot tirms naving
cor.nectiors with Israel. The
question has been passed on to
the Foreign Minister.
other members oi Parliament
Laborites and Liberalshave ask-
ed the Government to explain its
position on the Arab boycott
against British firms trading with
Israel or having Jews among their
senior personnel London insur-
ance brokers have similarly called
on the Government to make its
position clear on the issue, and
the Trades Advisory Council has
-. heduled a special meeting on
the question at the request of In-
dividual members, some of whom
. thej will no longer handle
Nor.' ich L'nion business.
M st British newspapers
' i plaj up the repei
dons foil i. .: Li rd Mi
resignation, with manj of them
ilishii e litorials calling tor
Government action, lie clai
lhal the linking ol the i isues of
racialism and blackmail" was
most perturbing," the Daily Mail
urged that the "whole Government
attitu. e to the boycott -h iuld be
reexamine I."
Meanwhile, there were mount-
I reports ol actions being taken
against Norwich l'nion by many
business enterprises, Jewish .is
well as non-Jewish. A spokesman
lor Norwich l'nion denied reports
that the firm is losing u lvmio.ooo
15 800,000) worth of business
due to the Mancroft resig
nation He conceded, however,
that "some large Jewish enter-
prises have warned that they
Beth Am Will
Hear Address
Beth Am Brotherh.....I break-
fast on Sunday morning, D<
10 a.m., will feature an address
by Count Claes-Eric de Lew en
haupt, executive director ol El
Centra.
Swedish born officer of the
R yal Swedish Navy, Count Lew-
enhaupl has held various diplo-
matic posts at Swedish Embassies
in Mo-cow and Paris.
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+Jewist fhridirtr
Page 7-A
Lehman Devoted His Life to Serving His Country
" __it___ n-...t. T A Mruinl Blnai UnanUttl mu... i__ _.
Continued from P9e 1-A Mount Sin;n Hospital. When the
. floor |d denounced a num. Sund> m*tta "> hospital's
'. governrneni officiate Board of Tnwtew were concluded,
, .,.. wading their names w *** Lehman's habit to
, document. Lehman notic- walk his# ymnest son. Herbert,
'""' through the pititui tenement dls-
,hat it was being read out ot ,ruK r| th |ower Ra$| siH The boy remembered. Dur-
ing his administration as gov-
ernor, New York proceeded with
the most extensive slum clear-
ance program of any state in the
union.
and human struggle amonf,
recent and less rortunate
erant.<
Lehman's liberal inclinations
and concern over "New Ameri-
cans" were apparent when, in
I8i>9, he was an undergraduate at
immi- Williams College. He wrote an
essay on tin rights oi immigrants
more
> """ ..... iruis 't me lower East Side iii
context. He promptlj challenged purpose was to sharpen in the boy
McCarthy to read 'I..' paper In its an awareness "i the squalor, toil
c rety.
Blistering words passed back
and forth across the chamber
until McCarthy came up with a
q.,b offer to show Lehman his
material "at any time." L*!l-
man walked over and held out
his hand. McCarthy refused.
The gallery, which had solemnly
watched the by-play broke into
vigorous applause for Lehman.
On another occasion, McCarthy
sed Lehman of "illegal use"
ih ,,. ( ingressional mail frark
privilege IK' objected ipeci
I illy to Lehmai distribution
, .;.,,, h which criticised se-
I, y | oth McCarthj ami the Mc-
u/alter Immigration Act.
. gratuitous reference to
one ol the wealthiest
: in the Senate.'' McCarthy
hints and allegations asso
, :, opponent with Commun-
Lehman replied tnal he had no
.. : utilizing the free mail-
v i> p: a ilege > >' rded to all
ress H'- added
fight McCarthj
... i have the strength,
it ags
ih, immi [ration polic>
forth m the Imn
t \ i, and I .-hall i so n
; the Senator from Wis
i
i r I nexl few days, the in-
coming al Lehman's office
mall) There uric
". cash, checks, even
I > stamps. The l.tter writ- Members oi the newly-formed will conclude with a family din-
takenlj believing that Mc- Children's Choir at Temple Neriiier, served by the sisterhood, on
had blocked Lehman's I Tamid who will participate in Wednesday evening.
Ui privelege, were coming to Chanuka services on Saturday -j^v seven Golden Buttons," aj
r ue! morning are Fred Pearlman, Mich- cantata produced and directed by
ael Wolland, Joel Breeh. Joel Cantor Saul H. Breeh, will be pre-
Holtzman. David Hair. Jeff Mor- tented.
and a poem entitled "On Being Re
jected" for the campus literary
magazine,
Hut Lehman's liberalism and
dynamic political role really
emerged after a career in the li
nancial world. The hallmark of
Lehman's four administrations as
Governor was the sound liscal
health of the state.
Only once, in nine elections.
was he defeated That was in
!94ti. when he was beaten by Re-
publican Irving i; Ives for the
Senate. But in 1949, in a special
Senatorial (lection. Lehman von
over the late John Foster Dulles,
who subsequently was named Sec-
retary of State. Lehman was re-
turned to his Senate post in 1350.
In 1956, al 78, he declined to seek
reelection to the Senate.
But he was tar from retired in
Democratic Party affairs. Join-
ing with the late Mrs. Franklin
D. Roosevelt, he was a vital fac-
tor in the reform drive that in
1961 toppled Tammany Boss Car-
mine De Sapio.
All three of the Lehman chil-
dren served overseas in World
War Two. John rose through the
ranks to Lieutenant Colonel.
'Daughter Hilda Jane was with the
WAC- in North Africa and Italy.
Peter, the eldest son. an Air Force
Lieutenant, was killed after hav-
ing flown 57 combat missions.
Lehman himself was a Colonel
in World War I, earning the Dis-
tinguished Service Medal for
his supply work. In World War
II, the creation of the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilita-
tion Administration brought to-
gether 44 nations in a massive
effort to alleviate the hunger
and havoc the war left in its
wake. Lehman was named
UNRRA director general. By
force of personality, he welded
his international team into a co-
hesive unit despite varying and
conflicting national interests.
He won international gratitude
for his success in organizing sup-
plies and services that cared for
millions of displaced persons and
helped liberated nations meet the
spectre of wholesale starvation.
His death occurred only a day
before President Lyndon Johnson
was to have honored him at the
White House He has now been
awarded th" Presidential Medal of
Freedom posthumously,
With Cantor Sauel H. Bieeh, of Temple Ner Tamid, are these
students who will participate in the Saturday morning Chil-
dren's Choir, starting this weekend. Bottom iow (left to right)
are Fred Pearlman. Michael Wolland, Joel Bieeh and Cantor
B:eeh. Rear are Joel Holtzman, David Hurr, Jeff Morgan and
Alan Felsot.
Children's Choir Will Perform
Herbert Lehman was a life-
long New Yorker, born March
28, 1878, in Manhattan. But the
man who stood as the leader
on civil rights issues in the Sen-
ate could point for the benefit
of his southern colleagues, to a
southern heritage of his own.
Hi- father, Mayer Lehman, an
< Iron Germany in 1848. set-
Hi n Montgomery, Ala, to en-
cotton business and be
I respected member of the
i ly. During the Civil
at the request ot the Gov
Uabama, he undertook
. oi compassion to ease
irsh lot of Alabama soldiers
' "nerv b) the Yankees.
years later. Mayer Leh
i migrated to New York City
me a founder of the New
gan and Alan Felsot.
The Temple's Religious School
will hold it- annual ("hanuka pro-
gram and assembly on Sunday
morning. 10 a.m., in the Sklar
Auditorium.
A talent show will be featured
in addition to the ("hanuka pres-
entation and playlets accompany at the piano
Si-terhoo.l will host a special
Chanuka luncheon to be served to
the children
(hanuka Festival at the Temple
Temple members in the cast are
Mesdames Saul H. Breeh. Dan
Piver, Kamona Horwitz. Yvette
Silberger. Ben Avick, Leo Paul.
Morris Woskow. Ida Marx. Ger-
trude Mogul, Leona Bezark. Bill
Weisman, Dan Plver and Bernie
Lack. Joseph Schreibnian will
Judge Barad to Speak
Teenagers of Temple Kmanu
El's week]., youth breakfast will
;>. joined by the Temple's confir-
mation breakfast for a special
me a tounder ot tne New Chanuka session on Sunday. 10:15
w..ik Cotton Exchange and to <>r a m.. at Temple Emanu-El. Spec-
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*Je*irt fhrkMeun
Friday, December 13. 1953
UJA Adopts $105 Million Goal for '64 Needs
rael to moot the needs of Israel's
newcomers "alone and unassist-:
lems that were created for the
JDC in the summer of 1962 by
the sudden influx into France of
100,000 Jews from Algeria.
The Other I'JA-aided agencies
also presented their 1964 needs.
The-e were
the New York Asso-
Continued from Page 1-A
the UJA Women's Division. Jos-
i;h Kanter, of Cincinnati, was led."
elected chairman of the IJAs charles Jordan JDC dlrcc.
natiOMi Young Leadership Cabi- tor-general for overseas opera-
''' 'tions, reported that the Joint Dis-
Moshe Sherett, speaking in his tribution Committee will need a
Capacity as the chairman of the minimum of $25,000,000 from UJA elation for New Americans which
Jewish Agencv for Israel told the sources to finance its major re ;>'(ls Jewish immigrants arriving
delegates thai a total of $75.276.-1 Uef, welfare and rehabilitation Ul the perl of New York, and the
000 will be required as American programs in behalf of 485.000 per- United Ilia- Service, the world-
Jewry's share in 1964 to cover the sons in a total of 30 countries, in wide Jewish migration agency.
cost of bringing in and resettling eluding 85.000 in Israel. He told Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
another record wave of immi- 'he delegates that, "as we stand executive vice chairman of the
BrantS, and of absorbing the thou- on the threshold of 1964 Jewish United Jewish Appeal, told the
-. :ids of immigrants who have relief and resettlement needs are delegates that, "freedom for Jews
poured into Israel in the last three greater than at any time since the in many parts oi the world todaj
tions, called for a continuation
and strengthening of the part-
nership between the Jews of
America will continue with their
the work of rescue, resettlement
and absorption. "The Jews of
Israel will continue to do their
part as I know the Jews of
America will continoe with their
part of our joint, historic re-
sponsibility. Knowing that, I
feel certain together we can
meet any crisis and any emer-
gency in the future," he said.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, pn
of Brandeis I niver-e
to the delegates for continued hetn
to Israel's people in receiving um
resettling oppressed and rnipuv"
erished Jewish immigrants. ne
underscored, the importance of
"timing and timeliness m help
ing Israel's people, -a few pre(
kuis opportunities remain, for sal-
vage and rescue." he said. Tiio
tandem of American generosity
and Israeli courage, rightly tim
ed. can work miracles Next yea
or the year after, ten times the
effort may be fruitless because the
historic moment may havi
missed and lost forever

31. rs, al<
n addil etl sain, the
ish \ <> will have to find
re millions dt dollars for these
, rposes in fund-raising cam-
ducted by Jews
in other countries In a plea to
erican Jcwrj to mobilize their
>n on behalf of the
I \ in 1963 Mr Sharetl stressed
inab ; of the people of I- .
post-war period."
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, Jordan declared, is fac-
ed with "the responsibility of
carrying a backlog of thousands
of recent migrants who are not
yet firmly resettled in France,
as well as maintaining ongoing
medical assistance and rehabili-
tation programs in Israel." He
particularly stressed the prob-
Perlmutter Due
At Beth Shirah
Nathan Perlmutter.
director of the Florida Office of Israel,
the Anti-Defamation League Of
B'nai B'rith will be guest speak-
er Friday evening at Temple Beth
Shirah He will be introduced by
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual lead-
er.
Perlmutter was one of ten na-
tional ADL leaders recently invit-
ed by the Bonn Government on a
can only be achieve.I by helping
them in migrate from pi ices
where the) are physically or spin
lually oppressed to places where
the) can live under complete lib
erty." He set forth a three-point
program, as the "heart and philo-
sophy" of (he 11 As '.'."> years ol
relief and resettlement work.
"The UJA." he said, 'has three
basic aims: First, to assure the
physical survival ol any Jew in the
world threatened by oppression or
need. Second, to assure spiritual
liberty and freedom for Jews wh
do not possess it, primarily, through
migration. Third, to support the
growth Ol tree Jewi-h comnniin
executive ties, particularly in the State ol
and thereby insure that
Jews may continue to remain
free."
Israel Ambassador to the Unit-
ed States. Avraham Harman, ad-
dressing Hi" delegates at a dinner
Saturday night, called upon the
Jews in this country to increase
their efforts to speed the process
of Jewish rehabilitation through-
out the world
"The 18 years since the end ol
RICHAKD ABU
AZA Elects
Abel President
Hichard Abel, son of Dr. and
Mrs Bernard Abel, of Coral
Ci.ibles, was elected president of
the Coral Gables AZA at the chap
ter's fifth meeting
le is a senior at Coral Gables
l: gh, president of the Florida
Sub-Region of National Federation
01 Temple Youth, and an active
member of Temple Beth Am Post-
s' nformation and Youth Groups.
'Hher newl) elected officers are
Vice president. Seymour Rosen;
treasurer. ludd Marcus; record-
ing secretary, Jack Weitzman;
Ci Responding secretary. Larry
Simon; pledge master, Victor
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Sponsor is George Bernstein.
our of the Federal Republic of Worid War nave M,,,M s(rikln.
West Germany to study democrat- progress towards Jewish rehabil.
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His articles have appeared in he declared. "The UJA has been
"Commentary." "New Leader." a primary source of this rehabili
"Nation" and in other publica- tation. Its member agencies
tions. the United Israel Appeal and the
,, .. ., Joint Distribution Committee-
Following the address. Mrs. i
Paul Safer will bless the Sabbath
candles Mr and Mrs. Leo Mar- Lf ^ numb m(m, h
t'tpt^'ttttstrare ,oday rpset,kd in ,sraei"
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Holy Land, which he announced
at the Ecumenical Council of
the Catholic Church, is of great
importance. This is a unique
and memorable event. The Gov-
ernment of Israel, welcomes the
Pope's intunton to visit our I
country. Every effort will be
made to ensure that the condi-
tions of the visit, and all the
necessary arrangements, will be
in full keeping with its declar-
ed purpose and the unique status
of the Pope for hundreds of
millions in the Catholic Church
ar.d in the world as a whole."
Israel's Embassy in Rome for-
warded in Jerusalem the u'.\t of
i ho Pope's announcement to tho
closing section ol the Ecumenical
Count il o his planned \ i-:i but
officials m Jerusalem said th.it
nothing mure had been received
However, the> wenl ahead with
plans for stricl sccuritj prei au
tllllls.
Maurice Fisher, Israel's Ambas-
sador in Rome, meanwhile said
there would nol bo anj difficulties
about Ihe visit from the fact thai
Ihe Vatican has never recognized
Israel ll<' p linted oul that the
Pope joun <; "is oi purely roh
gious characti i '
"As far .i- diplomatic contacts
he stated, "the
. ati is Ihe same between the
\ al ican and Jordan as it i- be-
tween Ihe Vatican and Israel
Th -re are no established relations
bul the principal point is that tho
whole evenl lias nothing t<> do with
politics nr protocol. There is tree
access to the Holy Places for any
pilgrim."
Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff of
Rome said that "the spontan-
Kennedy Memorial
Tribute at Bayfront
Auditorium Dec. 22
Leaden of the Greater Miami
Jewish community will take part
in a count} wide memorial tribute
Sunday night. Deo. 22. at Baytront
Park Auditorium
Speakers will include Harry
Golden, Charlotte, N.C., publish
er and author of such best sellers
as "Only in America" and "For
2c Plain," and Rabbi Leon Kron-
en, ol Temple Beth Sholom. Jack
Bell, Miami Herald columnist, will
serve as program chairman dur
ing the tribute The program be-
gins at 8 p.m.
Choral singing and taped ex-
cerpts from President Kennedy's
public utterances will be addi-
tional highlights of the evening.
Irvin R. Schindlor, president of
the American Association for the
United Nations, is coordinating
the observance.
Groups presently at work in
preparing the final tribute are the
American Association for the Unit-
' ed Nations, National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People, Hebrew League, Florida
Civil Liberties Union, Congress for
Racial Equality. American Jew
ish Congress, Dado County Coun-
Icil for Senioi Citizens, and Unitar-
ian Universalist Fellowship for
Human Rights
The Bayfront Park Auditorium
.vent will formally bring to a close
the 30-day period of mourning pro-
claimed by President Lyndon John-
son immediately after President
Kennedy was assassinated Nov. 22.
eous decision of the Pointiff"
to visit the Holy Land "was
without doubt dictated by pro-
found religious motives. Since
the Holy Places are situated in
Israel as well as in Jordan, this
visit will not fail to have bene-
ficent effects of pacification
among the nations of the Middle
East and thus for the peace of
the world."
Taking their cue from Cairo's
government-controlled daily news-
paper. "Al Ahram.'" tho Egyptian
press Monday mounted an all-out
campaign against Pope Paul's plan
to visit Israel, declaring that the
' Pontiff's visit would be interpret-
ed by the press as recognition of
Israel "
"Al Ahram" also asked whether
there is a relation between the
Pope's scheduled visit to the Holy
Land and the chapter on Catholic-
Jewish relations pending in the
Ecumenical Council, which ad-
journed last week without acting
on that chapter.
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Beach. A special report on the
standards of Hebrew teachers
throughout the United States, giv-
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vJewist Hcridiar
Friday, December 13, 19G3
Werner Baum to Speak at Conclave
University of Miami Vice President
"Three youth leaders have been selected as co-chairmen for
le tenth annual teen-age conclave of the YM-YWHA of Great-
er Miami. They are shown meeting to plan the program for
;ie event scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 15. at the Dupont
?laza Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Randy Hochfelson,
-iorth County Branch, David Ball, Beach Branch; and Sunnie
3ozansky, Miami Branch. Shown standing is staff coordi-
j ator for the conclave, Burt Garr.
Teen Agers Map Conclave Dec. 15
The Meaning of President Ken
'- ly's Assassination" became the
>ject matter for a last-minute
. bstitllte workshop among many
. hen plumed for the tenth an-
al teen-age conclave of the YM
.1 YWHA of Greater Miami
- hi'duled for Sunday. Dec. 15, at
,6' Duponi Plaza Hotel, the nnnii-
i conference will nririj" together
er 3oo teen-agers from 30 "Y"-
! unsoriV clubs in various parts
Dade County for a series of dis-
___ -sions within the general theme.
"eens Probe the .Major Questions
: the Day."
The annual forum for youth gives
e young people who are mem-
rs of tin- "Y" clubs an opportu-
Charities Group
Hears Speakers
rialph W. Symons and George
> Bernstein were to address a
i eeting of the general members
the South Florida Medical Char-
es Foundation on Tuesday. The
J nindation was formed by a group
ci life insurance agents from var-
s companies to help local chur-
- ble organizations.
Hernstein. general agent for the
~ itectivi1 Life Insurance Com-
I ny, was to discuss "Ways to In
_ re Uninsurables for Charitable
] .rposes." He is a vice president
it director of the South Florida
dical Charities Foundation.
nity to evaluate many of the im-
portant problems confronting both
adults and teen-agers in today's
society. At each of eight work-
shops, there will be some 35 dele
gates, and the deliberations will he
conducted by a professional discus-
sion leader. Workshop subject -
chosen lor this year's conclave
arc:
."Where is the American Ne-
gro Revolution Heading?'
"Early Marriage*Are They a
Good Idea?"
-What is the Meaning of
I'resident Kennedy's Assassi-
nation? '
Why Do Toon- Drop Out of
School and What Can bo
Done'.'"
"Will Jewish Community Life
Survive in America?"
'What Kinds of Teen-Agers
Break Laws and Why?"
"America, Russia and China
What Will be the Lineup of
the Future?"
"Where Do Teens Get Their
Moral Standards?"
Gordon at Conference
Jack D. Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, and a member
of the Dade County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction, this week attend-
ed a conference in New York on
the role of industry in helping
improve the public schools.
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Dr. Werner A. Baum. vice pres-
ort and dean of faculties at the
i'niversity .! Miami, will be key
note speaker at the tenth annual
ven-age conclave of the YM-
VWHA of Greater Miami schedul
ed for Sunday noon at the Dupont
'laza Hotel. Dr. Baum will ad-
c'ress over 300 youth delegates on
he subject of this year's Con
tlave, "Teens Probe the Major
Questions of the Day."
Now in tin first year of his BSM
ciation with the I'niversity of
Miami. Dr Baum was most re-
cently associated with the Florida
State University, where he serv-
ed a< dean of faculties and direc-
tor of rese.irch. He is currently
chairman of the Panel on Educa
tion. Committee on Atmospheric-
Sciences, National Academy of
Science.
The opening address will be giv-
en at the luncheon meeting at 12
noon. The delegates will also hear
greetings from A. Budd Cutler.
Miami attorney and president of
the Greater Miami "Y." The
young people in attendance, who
will represent 30 clubs oi senior
high age under "Y" sponsorship
at various branches in Dade Coun-
ty, will adjourn after the lunch-
eon session to attend one of eighl
concurrent workshops, The day
Synagogue Youth
Plan Confab
The South Florida Chapter of
the National Conference of Syna
gogue Youth, sponsored by Beth
Israel Congregation of Miami
Beach, will hold its annual con-
clave at the Waldman Hotel on
Friday. Rabbi II. Louis Rottman.
spiritual leader of Beth Israel,
will give the keynote address on
Friday evening at 8:30 p.m.
Close to 100 teen-agers are ex
pected to participate in sessions
throughout Saturday and Sunday
They will discus* the opportuni
ties for Orthodox Jewish youth to
participate in community affairs,
and their responsibilities in a free
democratic society.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy,
and Rabbi Morris Horoviti, as-
sistant principal, will serve as
discussion leaders. Rabbi Pin
chas Stolper, national director of
the Conference of Synagogue
Youth, of New York, will also
participate.
An important session will be de-
voted to planning an "Academy of
Judaism," a one-day program of
intensive Jewish studies for teen-
agers, to feature prominent schol-
ars as gue't speakers.
Ill addition to Sabbath services,
study groups and discussion Bel
sior.s, a Clunuka banquet and soc-
ial will be conclave highlights.
I Sholom Strajcher is chapter prev
ident and conclave chairman
Marvin D. Schreiber is acting
chapter ad\isor.
Young Judaea
In Winter Camp
Third annual winter camp pro-
gram of Greater Miami Young
Judaea will take place at Camp
Owaissa Bauer on Dec 22 to 24
under the direction of Jerry Coh-
en, public school instructor, and
Mr. and Mrs. Iri Avanm. Israeli
emissaries for Southeastern Re-
gion of the United States
Slate of activities includes
sports, crafts, camp fires, and Is-
. raeli singing and dancing on the
theme of "Jewish Youth Around
the World" under the leadership
of Young Judaean counselors
Program is open to boys and girls
in fourth through 12th grades
There will be separate programs
for the elementary and high
BCfaOOJ levels, with kosher meals
prepared by the camp chef Reg
istration, limited to ion boys and
girls, is also open to non Judaea
members. Paul Kvvitney. (amp
chairman, announced.
will come to a close with a talent
show and dance.
Staff coordinator for the con-
clave is Bun CaiT, youth activities
supervisor at the Beach "Y." The
three teen-agers serving as co-
chairmen for the tenth annual
conclave are David Ball. Beach
Branch; Randi Hochfelseii, North
County Branch; and Sunnie Goz-
ansky, Miami Branch.
At the luncheon session, Susan
Stern will lead the assemblage in
the smuinu of the national an-
them, while Paul Kamin will pie-
sent a memorial to the late Pres-
ident John F. Kennedy. Jeri
Fierberg will lead the benediction.
The gatherin.u will also observe
the fifth day of Chanuka with the
formal kindling of the menorah.
Sunnie Gozansky will speak on the
significance of the tenth anniver
sarj of this program.
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Earl D, S.'dlik. son of Mr. and
Mrs Nathan Sedlik, 221 SW Wth
Ave.. has been selected to "Who's
who Among students m American
Universities an Colleges," one of
the highest honors an undergrad
uatc can achieve
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, Sedlik is a senior at Rens-
selaer Polytechnic Institute, maj
oring in engineer science He
serves as president of the Union,
is a member of Phalanx, Phi Sig-
ma Delta Social Fraternity, White
Key and Freshman Handbook,
and was president ot his Junior
and Freshman classi -
Criteria for selection to "Who's
Who," created in 1934. are based
on scholarship, leadership, parti-
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ties, general citizenship, and
promise of future usefulness as a
citizen.
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Paqell-.l
lans Move Ahead
lor T Fac lities
Three tmlSlftant rommirtres
.. j ol leaden of the Great
i leuish KederaMnn and
( the v>i ywma <>f Greater
have been formed to con-
the program to plan and
']1|M three new urgently-needed
ommamu tenter lacilitics scrv-
goutkwest. Miami Beach,
North I'ounty areas.
propo-I'd plans envisage the
I ihl\ on a site in the South
ctton ol Dade County. The
southwest i.uiiity will repreaenl
be first phase of the building pro-
inn, later to include plans for
1C physical plants in the North
;ounty and Miami Ranch arena.
In a rtport by the Joint Study
Committee of the "Y" and Fed-
eration under the chairmanship
of Harold Thurmen, it was
pointed out that the "Y" pro-
vides a means for all in the Jew-
j,h community "to identify with
the community and serves as one
of the offices of the organiied
Jewish community, especially in
the suburban areas.
N Ways and Means
i been appointed
an as chairman and
President A. Budd
Marshall Harris. Leon
Sam Levenson, Joseph
Lubj Jr., Herschel
lieorge A. Simon,
John Serbin, Stan
i ( arl \\-inkle.
imittee, to review
tcs ui other possible
- -i- of Cutler, chair-
d Brickman, Marshall
i m Kaplan, Ke.ier.i-
Sidney Lefcourt,
sen, s a m Seitlin.
, Simon, George
Sunness.
\ lectural subcommittee
appointed, "h the
. mhers: David B. Flee
chairman: CM Kovens, Ja
u i Weinkle, Stai i
i Janis.
Esther Group
Meets Tuesday
Lunchcfm for H.i.'assah Medi il
Organization has been called
the Esther Croup on Tuesday n
I at the Algiers Hotel.
.Mrs. Marry Oberst is ehairm l,
and will Introduce guest speak- ,
Mrs. Gerald Solz, membersl
vne president of the Florida '
j gion of Hadassnh.
Mrs, Hattie Wagner will en' -
tain with vocal selections.
President Is Mrs. Hattie Sal
Recent meeting ol YM-YWHA and Federation
officials maps the campaign for new "V" fa-
cilities. Clockwise are Arthur Rosichan,
Stanley Spieled, Ehaim Gale, David Fleeman,
c h a i r m a n Architectural Sub-Committee,
James Albeit and Ernest Janis.
Arabs Criticize Pope's Visit tc Israel
Israel Will
Ask Return
Of Visitor
LONDON 1.JTA1 Pope
Pau unprei e ent d ^i-u to the
H0I3 Land next month became
embroiled this week in the Arab
Israi h i i\ alt)
The Vatican announced thai the
\ i-it would take place from Jan
! to 6, and thai the Pontifi pn
abl) would spend one day in the
old cit) ol Jerusalem, held by J' r
Nazareth,
Israel, Ihe birthplace ol Jesus.
There *as r.> indication as to
other ts ol his itinerar).
Arab newspapers declared thai
ihe Papal visil to Israel would be
considere i by Aral's as "a recog-
nition of aggression" against the
Arab c luntries.
while Israel officials indicated
thai the) had not yet received an)
official communication about th<
Pope's scheduled visit, they went
ahead "h plans for strut secur
,it> precautions,
Israel's Embassy in Rome for-
warded to Jerusalem the text of
the Pop"'s announcement to the
closing meeting of the second
session of the Ecumenical Coun-
cil of his planned visit but of-
ficials in Jerusalem said that
nothing more had been received.
They stressed that everything
would be done to accord the
Pontiff a "warm and proper wel-
come.'' They denied a report
from Rome that an official of
the Pope's Secretariat had se-
cret contact* last month with
Israeli officials about the visit.
MauiCC Fisher. Israel's Am
hassador In House, said there
v onid not he any difficulties
about the visil from the fact thai
Ihe Vatican has never recogmz
,.(! Israel dding lhal the Pope's
journe) "is ol purely religious
rharacti r He added lhat "as
tar .is diplomatic contacts are
erned, 'he situation is the
en the Vatican
,, as | is een the Val
can and Israel. There are no
, tablished relations bul the prin-
, ipal pom' is thai the whole event
has nothing to do with politics or
protocol, There is tree accss to lives. Since the Holy place- re
the Hoi) I i anj pilgrim.' situated in Israel as weil as m
Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff. ol Rome, Jordan, this visit will cot fail to
-..:,! that "the spontaneous de- have beneficent effects for p.e-i
cision of the Pontiff" to visit the fication among the nations ol the
Holy Land "was without doubt Middle East and thus for the peace
dictated b) profound religious mo- SALEM I TA) Is
I requesl Soviet thori
li ise Yehuda Kogan who
led earlier ihis year
he was visiting Kharkov
group of Israeli tourist-.
rounds that he was an Is-
'i/en at the time of hi* ar-
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I hew this week,
Israel BaslMSsy in Moscow
fined on Dec I that Kog-
tried and sentenced by a
krainian court to ten years of
bor on i barges ha deserl
Red Army in 1945.
i ign Ministry sources
that Kogan'a Israeli citi
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uithoril ies v hen t h e >
\ isitor s entry \ isa in
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Kci in w .is arrested on June 9
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laeli tourists of the Ukrainian cap
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i.r identified himself as a de Martin I Taub will sneak on
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Friday. Dece.-r.ber 13. 1%3
Arab Pressure Ousts Lord from Firnf
LONDON (JTA) The Board,
of Deputies ol British Jews criti-
cize.! this week the action of the:
Norwich Union Insurance Societies:
in yiel Lng to Arab boycott pres-
miio hi the resignation from its
boanl of Lord Mancroft. a lead
ing Jewish businessman.
The insurance firm admitted in
d statement this week that pres-
sure from "Arab interests" had
caused the resignation of Lord
Mancroft from its London advisory
Hoard At the same time the com-
pany said in the statement that
"racial discrimination has never
been practiced" 'and is not prac-
tice,!, to ay," by the company.
In its statement, the insurance
company said that "Arab inter-
Planning Temple Menorah's USY Weekend to take place dur-
ing Chanuka, from Dec. 13 to 15, are (lett to right) Barbara
Segal and Dick Friedman, co-chairmen of the weekend. Rob-
ert Ett, president of Temple Menorah's USY, looks on.
Menorah Plans Youth Weekend
Chanuka this weekend will be
dedicated to the teen-agers of the
I'SY at Temple Menorah. Using
the theme of Chanuka. the teen-
agers will experience a full pro-
gram of religious, cultural and
social activities sponsored by the
Temple.
Beginning on Friday night, they
will be serve,1 the Sabbath meal
by Sisterhood's Youth Commis-
sion. Rabbi Allen Rutchik. re-
gional director of United Syna
gogue Youth, will give the inspira-
tional message to the youngsters,
following which the entire group
will participate m the late even-
it service in the Temple's Sanc-
tuary under the direction of Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz. o .
Shabbat will feature Israeli danc
ing and singing exclusively for
teen-agers.
On Saturday morning, following
the Sabbath services, in which
the teen-agers will participate, a
Sabbath luncheon will be served
in the Temple Social Hall. A
;tudy hour in which the Bible and
Ethics of the Fathers will be used
as the text is under the direction
of Rabbi Abramowitz and prin-
cipal of the school, Herzi Honor
Saturday night dance will be
tin Micial highlight of the week
end. where a complete program
is arrange I for all participants.
On Sunday morning, the teen-agers
will meet for their regular morn-
ing service followed by breakta which will feature a special eval-
uation session by the teen-ager- cm
their own weekend. A stimulat-
ing panel program along the lines
ii! "College Bowl" will precede
the track and field meet. "Mac-
rabiah." The concluding lunch-
eon will be served outdoor-
Anshe Ernes Will
Install Officers
A Chanuka dinner combined
with the installation of officers
will be held by Congregation Anshe
Ernes on Sunday at 6 p.m. in the
synagogue. 2533 S\V 19th Ave.
The following will be installed
as officers of the congregation:
Irving Sacks, president; Max Bar-
on, vice president; Joseph Picus,
treasurer; and Sain E.-terman,
secretary.
To be installed as officers of
the Sisterhood are Mrs Harry
Noodelman, president; Mrs. Max
Hoi linger, vice president; Mrs..
Meyer Shapiro, treasurer; and
Mrs. Joseph Abramson, secretary.
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz will
install the new officers, and In
ing Sperling will be master of)
ceremonies.
Menorah Ladies'
Meet Wednesday
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold a general meeting on Wed-
nesday evening in the social hall.
Cantor Edward Klein will lead
a medley of Chanuka songs, and
Mrs. Carmen .1 Stevens, citj man
ager of Avon Cosmetics, will give
a demonstration.
Mrs. Herbert Kaplan i- inter
tainment vice president, and Mrs
Sam Belsky is Sisterhood prcsi
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contributor to Israeli causes, ii
chairman. Lord Mancroft also ll
chairman of Global Tours. trai
el agency affiliated u'i the Woll
-on store chain. Both the parent
firm and the affiliate have bust
ness lies in Israel
The company statement said
that the "Arab pressures" would
have "seriously prejudiced" the1
capacity of the company to pro1
vide insurance for goods and peo
pie in transit "to people of all
races" and that this was made'
known to Lord Mancroft, "who
resignation. This was reluctantly
lliet of interests and ottered his
resignation, This was relectantlj
accepted by the Norwich t'nion
directors, with whom both indivi-
dually and as a board, he remains
on the most friendly terms."
The Board of Deputies made its
criticism in a letter to Sir Charles
Bignold. the company's president
The letter expressed surprise
>nd incredulity" over the circum-
stances of the Jewi-li baron's
reslgnatl' admitted reasons lor the resit ,i-
,on could make "any eaten
or company with which hi
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nTH ISRAEL. 701 Carlyla av*.
iniaj s i" p in
at ili.- Spirit."
AllHIl. m.....f
h...- banrlat. ...
ME EVES 2^3 8W 1th av*.
,.....|tiv Rabbi Abraham Seh-
i"Z _____
tm DAVID 225 SW 3rd ave. Con- '
..... .. R^bDi Norman N. Shapiro.
.tor William W Lioaoo.
S.i|il|.lii> i in
..,1, ,.i Hi .iii.i
i:.-. tnliHl
tm EL MO SW I7tn av* Orthodou.
Iji i i Sdomon Sch.fr
i,, |. ii >..lurrl:lV V3l> H in
MM.....i Bui i Ival
s I
CTW V0SM~E CONGREGATION, j
oajo w O's'r H*y. Con**rvaltv*.
,M. Simon April. Cantor Myman
,"*' s. .11.11 Win '
.| ,. 1 .1 Ml 11.11
Ml .ltd Mr-
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TM ISRAEL 711 40th St. Orthodox.
I .1 L0..-1 Rottman.
. mid)
I am n( Mi
'T '"> I'l t
r
CANDIUIGHTING TIME
27Kislev 5:11 p.m.
ITM JACOB 301-311 Wahmgton
Orthodox Rai.bi Tibor Stern
- v nine* Mamchea.
KOD> - 1 iQi SW 12th v.
Tr.id t'0n.il. R.ihbi Max
' F.rd Bernstein.


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- >-ger, secre-
..t I'd ivf Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
--
BETH TORAM. 164th it and NE 11th'
ave Conaarvative. Rabbi Max Lip.
achiti. Cantor Ban.Zion Kirschcn-
fcaum
Kri.ia> I i:. p.m rhanuka arrvlce
Sernmn "Are i.- Oullty ..f S.!l-
II. 1 niialii.il. S.iiiinl... n:i;, :, in
I-..U Mltsvah Mli ha< I. win ,.r Mm
Doi..ih> Onu ii
'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 Nw 1113rd St
Conservative Rabbi Harold Riehter
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Pi Ida.) I". p in Rnr.li HI, hli \\ ill
ri'i'iiii Ph< Val .1 .hi.I Hup. n t -
mill iVw" !i> \- i .,,..
Sal-
hi .1.. v ;.. n in

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington aye Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Str.issfeld
-
fLAGLER GRANADA SO NW Vst
pi. Conservative Rabb- David Ros-
nfeld Cantor Cejro- Goldberg.

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FT LAL'DERDALE EVA\L r L 1801
E Anjrc*. ave Refor.n. R.io*)
R-chard M Leviton.

SRAFLITE CENTfR i'75 SW 25th
SI Con.-rvltivr R I ihu
I M v C ito- .


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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehitield
Cantor Abraham Sei.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineat Weber.
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
I'li.l.ii ", 13 ami 1:15 p.m. SVrmon:
What Chanuka Mt-ana i.. u* Today."
Bar in da j 9 i ,m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Frldai 1.1 p.m, Bormnn: 'Th- Pow-
er i.f Light." Baturdaj t .. m.
Harmon: "Portion ..f the \v.. k.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
l-Yi.i.v 1:30 p.m t'nndMfcthl Cha-
nuka s. i in..ii 'l'ti.- An .>f
'; i Katunla) 11: IS |i m Kir
Mllr il Dana, win ol Ml and Mm.
I:..i.M Wolk '
----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
"mi- Samuel Jaffa.
8:15 p.m Vnnual hi mil) < "ha -
link.i K.-rvIci i '..ntii in.11 i..n !..-> will
:<- ni Th. Pageant ol Mghl
.i in
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wooo. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Vorton M.ilavsky. Cantor
Ernest SU-iner.

TEVPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. L'beral. Habbi Leon Kromsh
C.mtor David Conviser.
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TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38?
NE 1o7th St. Conservative R.iDbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.

TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 av Conservative. RabDi S
M. Machtei.
St
I'll. X SI
ton ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirah Adler.
Frldaj | in u.ni. Saturday a.in.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
1-rulay 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Chanuka,
tli^ Jewlah ttesponae t the Vatican'*
Pgajitlon .n Jiulali-iii ami Rellgloua
loin."
PW-.J.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo awa
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
PYlday 7:45 p.m. Pamlly I'lianuka
service. Baturdaj 10:80 a.m. Bar
Milsvah: Beth Oary. on "f Mr and
Mis. Bernard Mlchelson.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owiu Cantor Edward Klein.
Ptiday SrlS p.m Bermon: "Th- Suc-
ceai -.f lali..rtv." Baturdaj '.. a m.
Bermon: "Portion ..f th. L-aw." Bar
Mttsrah: .lay. aon "f Mr. ami Mr.
JuHnn si.-c.-i.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
PWday 8:13 p.m. Hadaaanh hnbbath
ami Chanuka aervloe, Mi- Norman
Meyera, preaiMent, Kmmn l.tzani-
HadaHMth fSroup, will honor birthday
..f Henrietta Raold, founder nf Hadav-
aah. s.iiiiril.iy 1:45 a.m. Children'*
choir -a.ii participate In rhanuka
Bervlce
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:80 |..m. Bermon: "For such
a Little nil. such B i:Ik I-VMlval."
Satunla>- *.:(.". a in. Bar Mlt/.vah:
Howard, aon of Mr ami Mrs. Jack
iH.lilli.-ri;.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale. ......_
hi\- !.". Mn-.* rai raffln" "TTn-
Light* Mual Nol Pall."
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
Lil.lav 8:15 p.m. Saturday B am.
Sermon; "Portion of ihn Law."
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av*.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dtckson.
PHiday 8:lfi i>.m. S.-rmnn: "Chanuka.
a Paatlval "i Etededlcatlon." Satur-
day 8:45 a.in. Sermon: "A Prime, in
a ^.ri-in Land
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 W 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek. Cantor Albert Giant*.
| Frtda.i ::!" p.m. Sermon: "Are you
I fe'uperMlttoUHT" Ones Bhabbal h...-i
[ e.l h> Slaterh.....I. Saturday 9_ a.m.
s.-inioii: "Portion of the Week."
YOUNG ISRAo... wl NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
, Prlda) p.m, Saturday 9 a.m Ber-
mon: "Chanuka Festival of Mffht*
viNVONAiRfcS O N C P E r. i tion TEVPLE F.M'NU-EL. 1701 Washing
Candle Lighting Principle
Symbol of Chanuka Fete
:&sjor fa/bush iustic
Cantor Lustig
l\t Young Israel
i-.iiiiu-h Lustif will K'.icl
'..I services at
Greater Miami
. '- a in.
Lustig in on a visit to
from Krael and was for
; hi the Beth litdrash
Haifa. Israel. He
i the famous Can-
icr, Zalman Lundon. of
Lustig was born in Hun
has lived in Israel for
IS years. He served as |
feanl in the Israel Army'
the War of Liberation and
' i campaign
th Am Coin Club
Ad-., chairman of the Bawl)
mod Coin Club at Temple Beth
I is Steven Salem. Group meets
th- first Wcdnesdav of eachl
By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN
Temple of Aaron Congregation
Rabbi Emeritus, St. Paul Minn.
Tin- is Chanuka Sabbath, on
which we should contemplate
the significance of the chanuka
lights Mo>t religions employ
the symbol of the lighted candle
to give meaning to their doc-
trines. In Judaism, candles ere
lighted on numerous occasions
when they serve as auxiliary
symbols to supplement the pri-
mary message of the particular
religioui observance. On Cha
nuka, however, the lightii
candles constitutes the pnncip.il
symbol ol the festival. Ever)
detail of the ceremon) as regu-
lated b) la and custom, merits
our earful consideration .i- sug-
gestive oi the totality of Jewish
life For ceremonies and sym
re concrete demonstrations
of principle- and concepts B
short cut to ideas
Let us examine some oi these
regulations in detail:
1 The number of candles is
progressive!) increased each
niht, from one to eisht. Juda-
ism manifests a growth process
It does not permit complacency
which would lead to stagnation
2. All candles are to be light-
ed by the pilot candle (the aba-
mash), an.i not by one of the
other lighted candles. The val-
idity of a given practice in Juda-
ism is determined by a return
to the original sources of the
Bible and Talmud, and not nec-
essarily by interpretations which
were made en route during the
centuries. The latter might have
been an "Horaat Shash" govern-
ing a temporary emergency.
3 The Chanuka candles are
sacred and may not be used for
ulterior purposes The primary-
purpose of Judaism is to conse-
crate our ordinary habits,
thought and emotions. "You
shall be holy, for I. the Lord
your God am holy." It is im-
proper, for example, to base our
adherence to the dietary laws
upon their hygienic value. They
are intended as disciplinary
measures which give holiness
-J The Chanuka lamps should
be placed outside the door, fac-
Ing the street. Judaism does not
(online its teachings to the home
or synagogue, or even to Jews
exclusively. From the very be-
ginning, it intended to shed its
liuht upon the outside world, to
Illuminate the path of those who
would otherwise walk in dark-
ness
Thus Chanuka not only gives
direction to the struggle for re
ligious freedom and Judaism's
share in initiating that fight, but
its principal symbol, the kindling
of lights, impresses us with Jew-
ish and universal doctrines.
QUHING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
* Reform Congregation
D- Joseph R Narot, Rabbi \
Jacob G Bornslain, Cantor
J*rvees friiay, :15 PJ*.
' -ANUKO THE JEWISH
HEr-0NSE TO THE VATICAN
PCS TiON ON JUDAISM AND
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM"
Continued from Page 4-A
l.S as 'a reaffirmation" of this
nation's "resolve to defend Is-
rael," he was simply living a
pipe dream.
No one with any serious under
standing ot the political scene
would cart- to test this proposi-
tion. The V S delegation these
dayi Bt the UN, and indeed the
late President Kennedy's last;
press conference, in which he an-,
grily reemphasized our ties to
Nasser, speak otherwise.
When Mr. Samuel ended with
the comment that the Jewish Na-
tional Fund is a prime cause in
the Great Return, he himself
returned to the arena of his pro-
founder kriowledgeahility.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern (left), spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, and Abe ELsenberg, one of the congregation's
earliest members, discuss plans for a 30th anniversary dinner.
Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams will be guest speaker.
The banquet, set for Feb. 23 at the Deauville Hotel, will honor
Eisenberg, a senior official with Riverside Memorial Chapels,
who is marking his 25th year on Miami Beach with the or-
ganization. Leonard Zilbert is banquet chairman. Morris B.
Frank is president of Beth Jacob.
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Friday, December 13. 1963
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Mayor Willy Brandt Emerges as Sudden Friend of Nasser
Washington
THE WEST GERMAN Embassy
' has failed to ofter any ex-
planation lor comments made in
.' a i r 0 earlier*
his month byl
.Vest Berlin!
.V i 1 I y Brandtl
vho, in effect,|
upported Nas-
er's war pre-
i a r a t i o n s|
against Israel
day or Brandtl
justified the continued presence
t German rocket scientists
nainly ex Naaisin the United
\rab Republic. He also con-
.(I the United States Con-
.]<>- for placing restrictions on
American aid i<> Nasser. The re-
trictions imposed by Congress
I mi Nasser's aggressivi
militarj build-up.
The German Embassy, naked
to clarify und verily the reports
conveying the Mayors state-
ments, remained silent.
In defense of the continued
work of West German rocket ex
pert* and other technicians in
Egypt, Mayor Brandt told the
Egyptians: "I have found noth-
Ing in your country that calls
lei taking such a decision las
removal you are forking lor economic,
scientific, and cultural develop-
ment, rue German scientists
are participating with you in this
field."
Speaking at the time the Ber-
lin Mayor was in Cairo. Egyptian
Field Marshal Abdel Hakim Amir
made it clear in a public address
what kind of development the
Germans were perfecting, The
military leader said "you have
inamifactiiicd rockets, jet fight-
ing planes making scientific
and technical progress we
did not forget that our original
enemy was Israel "
National Commander Daniel
Neal Heller, of the Jewish War
Veterans, >aid he was "shoeke4
that an avowed anti-Nazi. Mayer
Brandl ... is anxious to see
American dollars flow to Cairo
to help Nasser pay lor Soviet jet
bombers and ex-Nazi rocket
technicians."
Heller noted that M a y 0 r
Brand! was willing lo have "the
whole world plunged into a ther-
monuclear holocaust m defense
ol West Berlin against commun-
ism" bul was showing another
attitude toward the survival of
Israel.
The JW\ ommandi r round II
difficult to understand whj the
Mayor defended, Ibfl continued
work of German scientist! In
Eu>pt on weapons for use against
Israel. He also questioned the
Mayors presumption in lectur-
ing "on how much aid Ameri-
cana should give to Nasserpre-
sumably to help pay the wages
of his (the Mayor's i German
countrymen, who are there build
ing rockets."
The silence of the German
Embassy may bo traced to the
embarrassment of Ambassador
Heinrich Kneppstein Jusl as
Mayor Brandt was in Cairo ul
lering his comments, the Am-
bassador wai meeting in Wash
ui-ton with a Jewish War Ye!
.ran- delegation, includinj Mi
Heller
Ambass our Kneppstein
ilio veterai that his government
red the continued pn
of Geima rocket scienti-ts in
Egypt but wai unable to take
effective .-teps against them be-
cause of civil liberties considera-
tions
The Ambassador said that West
Germany was so liberal in its
democracy that it could exert
moral persuasion but could not
legall) control the decision ot
tome Germans to build weapons
for Nasser He -aid that West
Germany had done everything in
its legal power to end German
involvement in Egyptian mill-
tarj preparations
Bonn continues, however, to
ship strategic military materials
to Egypt. 'I he Mayor <>t Wesl
Berlin s|.,k- uith a different
\oiee in C.iro than his country's
Ambassador uses "in Washington. .
I- fie Mayoi .i sphinx with one"
taee in W< -t Berlin and another
in Cairo
Browsing With Books:____By HILARY MINDLIN
Malamud Returns to the Fold of His Understanding
IDIOTS FIRST. By Bernard Malamud. 212 pp.
New Ycrk: Farrar, Straus and Company. $4.50.
IJE IS LIKE two separate writers lii-nii; their
* ingle visions into an uneasy alliance, a tragi
comic mast in which a smile distorts to a grimace.
and tears blur the glittering self-mockery He
works in stereoscope, seeing through twin lenses
of laughter and pain, until the soul stands out in
unrelieved three-dimensional view, vulnerable on
all sides. In his first collection of stories since the
National Book Award-winning "The Magic Bar
rel." Bernard Malamud has left the critics who
disliked his last novel, "A New Life." seeing in
il a diminution of his talent, to chew their pen-.
and returned to the unique Malamudian idiom in
which lie speaks so poeticallj ol humankind.
in in- twelve -tones, only five deal specifically
with Jewish backgrounds; but this is misleading,
because all of Malamud's stone- are about Jews.
Even when their name is I'ronin. they are Jew!
in all but name. They are also all victims, il not
simply of their own nature than of a kind of fate-
ful hapiesstiess against which they struggle in
hopeless, ludicrous postures. Thus Malamud re-
intorces his personal vision of humanity by charac-
terizing it in terms of the Jewish psychethe .lew
who is always the injured and insulted, ill at ease
UN listeninq Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israel's Lone Vote Against U.S. Resdution
United Nation.;r"~"
THERE WAS ONLY one tlunu!^
wrong with this depart-
earlier pre iction that I
tin- year's United Nal
on the Vrab refuge*
r>ich had started v ill \.
a he by thi V .mid
end in a whisper without ac-
anything substan
ti\e. he debate did end
thin I im itho il adi ai i tuat* n i>>
illimeter But the culmination
per. it was as explosive a- il could be. And
thanks for that big bus) go entirely to the I
i d ~-;
The American resolution issue, in-
cti | ih" Palestine i unciliation ( omraission
t.> trj to solve tin rel roblem on tin- basis
of Paragraph Eleven ol the General Assembly's
19-18 resolution, passed bj the thumping vote ol
8." to lwith 12 abstentions The -.>;, negative
e was cast by Israel The substantive part
of tin prediction turned out to he too sadlj true
nothing ha been changed.
The U.S.A., throimho'it the long debate on
tiie refugee problem, played footsie with the
Arab Stales When it first presented its verj
weak re-ohitioii. it did so after consulting Ihe
Arabs; Israel was noi consulted it wa
a finished product, while the United States had
negol i with the Aral.-. Later, the u.S.A
lov n its own weak draft Again it had
. with the Arabsbul presented l-
with a in! accompli
The I S.A. c ed to tl Vrabs a |
which thi A idei verj imp irl int, tj
its revised resolutionthe on.- passed to an in
terpt eta turn ol a 1948 resolution which, in the
eyes ol 'he Arab-, and now m the eyes ol Wi
i the Arab refugees the "right" ol
going back to Israel or compensation bj i-
That's nut thi waj Israel reads the 1948
nient; but now the I S A ha.- aer< ed W Ih tl
Arabf tint that'.- the way it should he ;
Has the U.S. maneuver changed anytl
No! ..ii iota. Israel will still not admit a -
Arab refugee whose pres nee in Israel il
find a n.-k to ihe country's security, Israel i-
nol weeping over tin- "success" bj the U.S.A
To quote Cold Meir, Israel's Foreign v. .
"It i no li.-iia b'A\ lor ::-
Whal the ISA ha- accomplished i- the
scuttling of the move Washington itself had be-
gun for "quiet talks" with high-level Israeli an!
N leaders in an effort to seek a solutii a la
the refugee problem
Sefwepfi You and Me: Bv BORIS SMOLAR
Chanuka Problems Intensify as Season Nears
tyiTH THE U.S. Supreme Court d
clsion banning prayer and Bib
-ading in schools, the observance (
hanuka and Christmas in public scho
its year assumed a new turn. 1
- auticipated that some teachers wi
. 'tempt to "compensate" in Chanul
nd Christmas programs for what h;
. -een banned explicitly in the daily scho
.outine. This year Chanuka and Christ
Tias do not coincide, and this brings <..... uture into
icus the differences in the observances. Some Jewish
arents who have pressed in previous years for the ln-
'reduction of joint Christmas-Chanuka programs in the
rhools will not be able to do so this year because
v hanuka ends a full v eek before Christmas Day.
Bul what about separate Chanuka program! in the
classrooms? What if a well-meaning teacher asks ful-
some "good material" on Chanuka or the personal as-
sistance of a parent in developing a Chanuka program ?
Jewish organizat.ons advise that the teacher should be
told that Jews are opposed to any religious celebrations
in public schools, whether Jewish or Christian
The elimination of Chanuka programs from the public
schools this year is all the more important, it it .s to
be followed by the elimination of Christian programs a
week later. On the other hand, some of the major Jew-
ish organizations urge consideration of the fact that the
Christmas observance has been a deeply imbedded tra-
dition in the public schools for many years. They
believe that K would be unrealistic to expect elimination
Ol the observance from the school program.
in a world he never made and which he is con-
stantly trying to remake.
So m "Black is My Favorite Color." Nathan's
honest overtures of love toward Negroes are mis-
understood and rebutted. In "The Death of Me."
Marcus the tailor, trying to keep peace between
his two vicious Gentile workers, is killed in the
force ol their fury The bumbling artist. Arthur
Kidelman, who appeared first in the earlier book,
is the comic lover and ridiculous toiler of paint-
ing thieves in two of these stories.
One of the most talked-about tales is "The
Jcwbird," in which a herring-eating, davening bird
n .me Schwartz, a blackbird, of course, swoops into
Harry Cohen's East Side apartment and takes up
residence; he is running, he says. Irom "anti-
Semeets also including eagles, vultures, and
hawks. And once in a while some crows will take
yOUT eyes out Cohen dislikes him instantly, but
the bird refuses to leave, helping Cohen's son with
his lessons and violin. Finally Cohen can't stand
it any longer and throws Schwartz furiously out
into the -now one day in the spring the boy liniis
him dead near the river, both bird-eyei plucked
el. an. "Who did it to you, Mr. Schwartz'" the
boj \- ii s.iiiei :-." his mother says later.
II is more than a vignette ol Jewish self-hatred
touchiness; the ironies, beautiful and apparent,
rk themselvei back and lorth like splinters un-
der the skm. \ i:. i .i ol lai tasj and j real
iiy. il i-. like nosl ol Mai..mud. frighteningl) fou-
nd laugh and laugh until you cry.
0'f the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
intermarriage Interest
IF THE UNBELIEVABLE outpouring
ol letters from reader! on the heels
Ol ii.> recent column 00 intermal n.:.'<
is a 11 e index, there can be bul o
conclusion thai the problem of inter
marriage is holding the concern of our
pie in the communities throughout
the country more than any other .level
opmenl on the American Jewish seen
Never in the more than two dec>a...-- _
thai I have been writing lor the English-Jewish press has
there been such an avalanche of reader reaction. The
rat.- of intermarriageJudging from the letters
si seemingly reached a point where there are few Jew.
ish families thai have not been stricken by the malady.
W( ....." hrve written in to say that they had given
Heir children a .....| Jewish upbringing but that it would
seem education ;,s no antidote to intermarriage. Men
admitted guilt in neglecting the religious -needs of their
children, but they wen- almost uniformly of the opinion
that their wives had done a good job in raising their
children Jewishly. within a measure of tradition and a
climate of ritual.
i .However- bo,h ,h<" women and the men sadlv con-
cluded that the outside climate seemingly corroded the
.lwish element in their children once thev were expos-
ed to another climate-in the colleges, universities, pro-
."s-ional schools, businesses and offices,
Uniformly the letter writers complained "we seem
to lose control over our children once they leave home."
The letters from young people, mostly college stu-
dents were less hysterical. Most of them said they could
m.r i.m "the SUdde" traKic """" of their parents
over intermarriage when "in fact they showed no sue*
concern ,n the formative years of our growing into man?
nood and womanhood."


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brating with the Chanuka Toy Project of the National
cil ol Jewish Women, all boys and girls of Temple Beth
u Religious School have been bringing their Chanuka
and toys for the Ship-a-Box program to the children of
Shown are Sanford Roth, Barbara Ehrich. Ricky Ber-
nd Debby Shkoler. Annual Chanuka assembly will be
&n Sunday, 10 a.m.
LBJ Meets With
L Jewish Delegation
Continued from Pi^ 1-A
ul Nations; Abraham A. Feinberg,
head of the Israel Bmul organiza-
tion; and Col. Jacob Arvey, oi
Chicago. Meyer Feldman, desig-
nated by President Kennedy as(
white House deputy special coun-
sel mid Presidential adviser on
Jewish iind Israeli issues, parti
cipated,
President Johnson displayed de
tinled knowledge of Jewish af-
fair- and a sensitivity to the world
[Jewish situation, according to
those v.ho puke with him. The
President showed insight into the
relationship between the Jewish
people and the State oi 1-real.
The President thought it parti
cularly fitting to accept the invi-
tation conveyed by the leaders
who met ith him because the late
President Kennedy had been
scheduled to address the same
group on Dee. 5 The dinner was
postponed, owing to the assassina-
tion of President Kennedy.
May the Happiness of
This Festive Season
of
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the Hapoel Hamizrachi, announced
Sul Kaslun general chairman in
charge of local arrangements.
The dinner will be held at the
Deauville Hotel on Jan. 19. Rab-
in Isaac Ever, spiritual leader of
Vgudath Israel Hebrew institute.
i- publicity chairman for the
event.
Honorary chairman is M a x
Hecht. Rev. Joseph Kranta and
Rev, Solomon Cooper are eo-chair-
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thought it was
part of my
religious obligation."
"...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."

...well,
my wife
is sort of
helpless about
something
like that"
"...because
I didn't
want my
wife to
have the
burden."
"I handle the business
in my family."
"... because I
wouldn't want
my wife to
overspend,
Just because
she wanted
to do right
by me.
ecause
ff
... b
I saw
what Sarah
went
through."

We
always make
our decisions as
a family.
"This may
sound funny
but I found
it was a good
investment.


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Some ;ee it r. But at many ceme-
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Jassah Plans
| Memoria
Rycp,c,.l Report
Ha 'he
tation of,
., ipecial
, President
the Ha
medical Cen-
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... national
ced
Id (hat ptoiw
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to be kn m i as
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Me icfcl Carter
,;. judean Hills.
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p iximately $>oo.-
I by Dan Hen
Isra. II architei
Ihe John F Ken-
ding i- expect-
: the 1964. Mrs.
lhal more than
tl> from the
expected to visl
iallj H wWI i"
i Bnd exhibition
.. .hi i touris'
. dining [acUitiei
_ that it also wil
headquarters "
. volunteer hospi
. ding as a plac
physicians an
from all ov
pel to discuss lal
- Mr- Kr
ii will be here
p iblic will learn
[. ps in Israel and
. selves, through
. arious aspects ol
k ol healing, teach
h n also will be
. rings "i medical
idents from various
Igj ,rUI who ire study
.n Israi I "
.v.-- K- narsk) said t*; t the
Ii- K Kenned) Memorial Build
tribute" to the
had a "great
the
lAJo vn ans tvo via
~3Tewish Floridxan
Miami. Floiida, Friday, December 13, 19G3
Section B
Mrs. Comay at Woman of Year Lunch
Speaker al the Dec 27 Woman
ol the Year luncheon ol the Amer-
ican Frienas >>i the Hebrew Unl
versit) will be Mrs Joan Comay,
wife "i the Israel Ambasaador to
the United Nations, Michael Co
ma) One ol Israel's outstanding
writers and speakers, Mrs. Comay
i> known for her writing while is
rael Bureau Chief for "Israel
Speaks." as well as her recent
travel guide to Israel published
l..-i March.
Horn in South Africa. Mrs. Co-
may came to Israel alter World
War II and played an active part
in the dramatic events leading up
to the creation Ol thi' new State
ol Israel She served as a driv
er lor the Hagannah, a liaison of-
ficer with the British authorities
[or the Jews beleaguered In the
Old tit\ oi Jerusalem, and a^
mi. MICNAfl COMAY
can medical specialists car
assistant to a team ol South Afri wounded soldier:
ing l<
and civilians.
A former member "i the Hadas-
sab council m Israel, In charge !
publicity ami public relations, as
well as a member ol the World
Executive ol Women's Internatlon-
:d Zionist Organisation, Mrs. Co-
ma) today works very closely with
the national Women's Division of
the American Friends ol the He-
brew University
Participating in the luncheon
program with Mrs Comay will be
Joan Field, the world-renowned
violinisl Honored guest and
Woman Ol the Year. Mrs Am.a
Brenner Meyers. Will receive a
icroll in recognition of her "dis-
tinguished civic, cultural, educa-
tional and philanthropic achieve-
ments."
Chairman ol the luncheon, Mrs.
Max Weitz and chairman ol the
Woman of the Year Award Coin-
Continued on Page 4-B
Mt. Sinai Hospital's third an-
nual Jubilee Ball on Satur-
day evening a! the Fontaine-
bleau will have as its guest
of honor Samuel Gertner.
executive director, shown
v/ith Mrs. Gertner. (See story.
Page 3-A.)
understanding" of and sympathy
for the objectives and purpose- Of
the Hadassah Hebrew Cniver-ity
Me lical Center.
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
reunion when Bar
i!m.in Segal, oi Bus-
vacation with his
Joseph Segals, ol
friends and the lol-
beginning to stream
the holidays gayer
r many Greater
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-i ents for IS years,
und Irving Weinberg.
. I Hollywood, cam .
ken all Florida gold
I < i thi ir shoes Here
!i as houseguests of
nephi Bate! e ai d
Wtxler Mart.....i
buying trip m Gotham
I i tally glad to retur I i
nine and his guests
Wichita, Kan Gloria
nan) Durmasldn with
- Sharon 7, and Jay 2.
r..l weeks with her par
e and Nat Waldman
Mi fond urandparents them
home just a few weeks.
planned their vacation
h the West and Canada to
stopover with the Dur-
- Also here for the
si ason, the Waldman
"Greek Episode," nf
, I things are expected
r
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v .th Mrs Sadie
In, toe William (Bill)
di trict attorney of Na?
late, assistant District At-
" ey Richard Delin Other
> hours for Mrs. Cahn to
k forward to, visit from
ghter Marcelle. wife of Dr.
Sheppard Povlln, who is chut
of personnel al Roosevelt Vet-
erans Hospital in Montrose,
Doroth) Ann Moss, taking ad
vantage ol the first break in her
leaching assignment in Manhat-
tan to look over the new Regencj
House apartment her parents.
H,nnah and Philip Moss, now
0CCUpv unfortunately, shell
,us, miss the firsl aiiimer*ary
celebration ol brother Edward
Moss and the former Diane
Krks o Saturday Preced-
.., in,- i.\ a few days, roommate
,;,".,. Granoff, daughter oi the
Harold Granoffs The girls
i ill return north together.
VbltiHf Mr and Mrs. Walter
,.,.,.,,.;-. 0f Miami, son Alvin. his
,e Natalia and their throe
. All Ihe way lrom Lib-
ert v N Y where BergOT Is CBiel
laboratory technologist at Mai-
m,nle. Hospital ... A leader
IB his con.nnin.ty. Berger has
lerved as commissioner of the
PAL Little League for many
years and as secretary of the
Liberty Rotary.
Joan Manheimer among the
handful ... Florida high school
8eDi0rs named national achieve
.,., award winners by the Ns
, ,, council of Teachers
.ward- Pretty Joan will be
, june 1964 graduate of Beacn
Hjgh wher ihe has an enviable
Wtaner o
many awards in speech, the
Joung deb daughter of Dr and
Mr- Leon Manheimer neverUM
|( plan- to follOM a career in
journalism.
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Friday, December
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Technion Women fir.al'ze DlanB fcr the grout's
membership luncheon en Friday at the Seville
Hotel. The 3CC membars of Greatar Miami
V.'omen's Division of the American Technion
Society denote their membership dues to Is-
rael's largest engineering college, and do no
other func-rcisina. Shown are left to right:
Mesdames Harrv Plctoff. tickets; Leo Rutstein,
financial wet try: Meyer A. Baskin. prcgrom
chairman; Philip F. Thau, president of the
Giecter Miami Chapter; Trudy Hamerschlag.
life membership chairmen; Ben-Zion Gins-
bi rq. membership chairman; Dorothy Krieger
Fink, chairman of the day. Not shown are
Mrs. Jack Katzman, arrangements chairman,
and Mrs. Inez Krensky, hostess.
Miami Technion Women to Hear Judea
Cantor at Luncheon Set for Friday
Cantor Gordon S Richards of program will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Temple Judea in Coral Gables. Mrs. Jack Katzman is chairman
who ha> sung baritone roles with of arrangement-: Mrs Marry
the Metropolitan Opera, will had- Platoff. tickets: Mrs. Inez Kren-
tine the program of the Technion sky. hostesses: Mrs. Ben Z.on
Women's luncheon at the Seville Ginsburg. membership: Mrs Trudy
on Friday. Dec. 13. Hamerschlag. life members.
The soloist will offer operatic. t i w /
l.-,,.^,,.,! n~A i i T.ckets mav be obtained from
l.Turgical. and popular vocal se- ,,- r> < >.
I Women s Division officers Mrs
Harry Platoff. 1435 West Ave., or
Program chairman. Mrs. Meyer at the door.
A Baskin. said that Cantor Rich- officers of the Greater Miami
ards has also appeared with the Women's Division, in addition to
Philadelphia Opera. St. Louis Mrs. Thau, are honorary presi-
Opera and was at one tune, a dent. Mrs. Irving Lehrman; vice
leading baritone of the City Cen presidents, Mesdames Trudy Ham-
ter Opera Company of New York, erschlas. Meyer A. Baskin. Nan
The noted singer will be accom- Cohen. Dorothv Krieger Kink. Ben
panied by Mrs Henry Barancik. z,on Ginsburg and Jack Katzman;
Another program highlight will treasurer. Mrs. Ruben Porter: fi-
! entitled "I Was There." featur- nan<:'' secretary, Mrs. i.e.) Rut-
ins an eye witness account of Mrs. stein; recording secretary, Mrs.
Ph:hp F. Thai.'- recent visit to the Lou's Kohn: and corresponding
new campus of TechnionIsrael secretary. Mrs. Jack Goldberg.
Institute of Technology at Haita Women's Board of Directors in-
Rita Oppenheimer. Harry Platoff,
Harold Shapiro. Milton Sirkin. Sol
Temple Zamora Chanuka Fe1
Annual Chanuka candlelighting teacher. Mrs. Audret
ceremon) iponsored bj the Han- is Sunday School teach?
'.,ii Circle "i the Sisterhood, will u,__
Held Sui D p.A at ,J-;rn-:;T~ "f ,h'' Chant
Pie Zamor. tZ"T" ?"** v :il'
nounced and av
ij Hershel Brooks will deliv- Following the candlelj
,r Hi- ocation and lead the m.pi:y. Chanuka n
munit) sii "i Chanuka I -> rved
Mrs. Uma Lois
A i nl ta, lb' Chanuka Con- man ol th Hannal
ver.tion," ected bj Mrs Rose Ruth Shuman i-
Gursk Mrs Audrey Leder- candlelighting
man -'.lie Rochelle Shapiro --------------
Silber, fourth C^-J--| /*i i
grade in the religious ^CIOI L-liiD
.....i|.
Casi includes Jeffrey Nedelman,
en, Paul Bashaway, M Garahag uiii c,1(1
srurlcne Pont, Perry Sobol Mark business agenda of the
Losm Lisa Ben, Louis Birenc- 'n<,|>'<> s.-ciai club
u-aig, Neil Reiter, Kenneth Gor- 2 P m al Reth F.l (, ]
don, Carolyn Finkelstein, Gary Plans for a gala \.
Pont, Kenneth Stein, Eve Tibor, Eve party on Dec :;i wjj]
Joanne Eskreis, Bruce Rein. Ar- cussed and election ol new
mid Greene, Sue Lederman, Man- will be held,
lyn Finkelstein, Larry Ben. The balance of the J
Adrienne Siegel, Robert Reynolds. wUl be devoted to a chanLi
Richard Josepher. ty, with refreshments and]
Nursery School will present tional song- led bj
To Meet Sun
a wonai song, led bj Joseph
short -kit with Barry Nedelman. witz.
Trachtenberg. Faye Tupler. Max K,1(,n ,<,., ,,.lu,a Kinkelstein. Mrs Joseph Brafi and J
Weitz. George W Valentine and Serena Sara. Jason Sara Mrs. [an Silver are refreshment* I
I i>n"H 7'">"-' irnm- ^>-;i i- "ur-erv school men
elude Mesdames Abraham An-
thony. Alexander Bearman, Ruth
Johnson Berger. Bernard Berkley.
Irving Cypen, Frances Entme.
Harry Grossman. Jennie Grossin-
ger. Jeanette Gutterman, Norman
Chairman of the day. Mrs Dor- C. Hill, Inez Krensky. Bernard
othy Krieger link, said that the Kwartin. Anna Brenner Mevers.
During her trip. Mrs. Thau con-
ferred with government officials
educators, faculty, and visit'rg
students from many of the newly
independent African nations.
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50th Anniversary
For Bravermans
Mr. and Mrs. Loin* Kruverman,
of 2355 No. Meridian Ave.. Miami
"".i'h. celebrated their soth wed
ding anniversary on Saturday at
'.tie Deauville Hotel.
Braverman is a retired leather
roods manufacturer, and moved
here from New York IS years ago
They have a daughter, Lillian.
wife of Jack Roland of Great
Neck. NY: a son Paul, and his
wife, Esther; and a granddaugh-
ter, Judy, ol Malverne, NY
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ot the Federation of Jewish Wcmen pan a won*
.teience on Ian. 16 at the DiLido Hotjl. Left to
Milton Green, chairman ol community ceo::.,:
rs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Federation Women's pre -
s. M\:i-hall Harris, chairman, community resources;
:,--i Women's vice presidents. Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
Charles P. Feinberq.
labbi Brooks to Lecture
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will lec-
ture on "Blessings and L'niversa
and Ind vidual Prayer" on Mon
B p.m., be! re Temple Za
till educa Ion 11 >~ Hi
fUbjecl | l !i |" m w ill In' "The
Beginning ot Kings in the Historj
ii the .li ws "
If.H. 4N0 MRS. LOUIS RMVUMAN
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llo bo Speaker
hapter of Radas-
\ Gala Tribute to
Monday, i p.m.,
Ballroom "t (be
Cahn, member-
. -,,ti-'i! will introduce
bj Jordan Marsh
nor < iuoby, com-
"Hadnaaab
the Year." writ-
Henr) 1! Wernick.
sidenl
Satwa meizo soprano,
the musical portion
|c the ;
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
- .'-kin of the national
h, and a former
idei ihe Norfolk Chapter
;:.!,. ol the Seaboard
of Norfolk, active
ii isti i rganiiations, is
: oard ol the
k nmunity Coun-
lion Beth HI
made several

iml Beach Chap
Bartli, and in
- is Mrs
MS. PH.'IIP KtOSKIN
llngel Cliapfer Celebration
: lop Si hool
i i will hold a
1 lay celebra
hi foi rci ot the school on
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North Dade Unit
To Fete Chantka
North Dade Chapter, B'noi B'riUt
Women, will hold a Chanuka party
[or children and grandchildren of
i mbers on Sunday- l"'''' '"
3 ,. m at W Bshii "i i''1 deml
I i NE l7th St.
i it.,mm. nt will be provided
bj Mrs Claire Zundell, Jeffrey
Bres'a i ol E> '" A-'-A-
an i B irb n Ersl >t l i II
Refreahmenta will be served.
Arrangements cha^mtn is rs
Morgan
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Friday. December 13. 19631
Academy Women Cents' Program Sunday
Fete Chanuka
A special fchanuka
Room ol Hi''
^tl I!' Leonard
has announced.
Left to right are Mesdames Carl Swerner.
Howard Ralby, Stanley Mitchell. Stanley
Stem, Arthur Snyder, Bert Young Michael
Schwartz and M. Chairman. They are pre-
paring for rehearsal as models at a fashion
show brunch at Beth Torah Social Hall on
Dec. 12 at 9:30 a.m. Theme was to be holiday
fashions. Mrs. Ricky Hoffman was chairman
of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood annual
function.
the Hebrew' Academy
been called for Wednesday. 1 p.m..
in the Napolean
JeBUvfUf'WteT,
Rosen, president
The business session of the meet
ii" will include a report on the
recent membership brunch by-
Mrs M H Rosenhouse. member
(shed Journal will be presented
to the group at this time, ami
plans for a dedication luncheon
will be diacusaed
The afternoon's program will
iopen with the kindling of the C'ha-
' r.uka menorah by an Academy
student, who "ill chant the tradi-
tional blessing, Chanuka sons
test and dramatization of the
Chanuka Story in Review'' will
highlight the day's entertainment
A students' program ami nui^l
will be included m trio '"hannltal
meeting of celebration sponsored by the l',.'|i|
women has Kodesh PTA on Sunday
at RWO a.m.
Joan Comay to be Guest Speaker at Lunch
For Mrs. Meyers as 'Woman of the Year'
Continued from Page IB
tttee Mrs lack S P k. said
!
im eau H I
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B ] adman. Society ol
ie Book; Mrs Irving E Miller.
Mrs Trod) Ham-
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Harrj Platoff, res< Mrs
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Charles Charcowskj i
Mrs Myrtk Epstein and
Mrs Emil Friedlander, decora-
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Mrs. 0-
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Friday. December 13. 1963
+.leUI)tkrkHan
Page 5-B
Sinai Snack
Bar Reopens
The Mt. Sinai Hospital Snack
Bar, which was closed for two
Oiiicers of Aviva Chapter, Mizrcchi Women,
installed at a Lombardy Hotel luncheon re-
cently are seated (left to right) Mrs. Nathan
Pomerantz. vice president; Mrs. Joseph Weis-
% haus. president; Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordin-
ator. Mizrachi Women; Mrs. Max Sternstein,
chairman of the day and corresponding sec-
retary; Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, installing offi-
cer; Rev. Nathan Zeichner. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig, treasurer;
Mrs. Samuel Herman, vice president; Mrs.
Abraham Barkan; Mrs. Nathan Zeichner, hon-
orary president; Mrs. Isaac Berlin, recording
secretary and chairman of the board.
Rabbi's Daughter feted
Regular meeting of Beth Jacc
Sisterhood, held Wednesday eve-
ning at Whitman Hall, was in hoi -
oi, niiRu mmw '"-or of the forthcoming marriage i'
weeks in order to be redecorated Joyce, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs,
and newly equipped, reopened last Tibor Stern. Children of the T;
week, featuring a blue, white and mUfj Torah entertained with I
"volunteer pink" decor, and in-, chanuka program,
creased efficiency of operation.
According to Mrs. Ruth Schu-
mann. Snack Bar chairman, the
new seating arrangement, which
provides space for 37 people at a
serpentine counter, will serve as
many people a< the tables did for-
merly, but with added speed and
convenience for both patrons and
the volunteers who serve them.
Hot plates under the counters I Armstrong Circle
to keep coffee at "just right" tern-'jd 2 ^ yearsThe Dead Si-i
.._.._____ _._J i.___J_. .1, l.l.,., .. 1.
Beth Am Ladies
Plan Programs
Monthly meeting of the Beth A n
Sisterhood will be held in the
Youth Lounge <>" Wednesday -I
10 a.m.
A motion picture, produced I
Theater, "Bur-
peraturea and handy dishbins with-
I in easy reach beneath the counter
will contribute to faster and more
efficient service in the Snack Bar.
Additional new equipment includes
a dishwasher.
Scrolls," will be featured. Coffee
and cake will be served.
Beth Am Music Group Will
launch its first program on Tu -
day, 10 a.m.. at the home of Mi-.
Wavne Rogers. 11801 Old Cutler
Parents' Group
Slates Attorney
Miami Beach Chapter of Par
,ni> Without Partner! will have a
Dutch treat dinner dance on Sun
lay. 7 p in at the Mouse of Hoo.
Principal speaker at the croup's
next meeting, Tuesday evening at
ihe Bel Aire Motel, will be Harold
fngi rleider, attorney. Social hour
H ill (ollOW .
Cardiac Hospital Luncheon
y ami Beach Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital
held a luncheon meeting at the
Barcelona Motel on Wednesday
noor Entertainment followed the
business a.cnda.
Or Olom Sisterhood
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood pre
Rents a Chanuka Mooteiianny on
Saturday. 8:30 p.m. Evening will
feature dancing and entertainment
by Bill Fain.
Pioneer Women
Plan Programs
Chanuka Party
At Menorah
Mrs. Yale Levinson. vice presi-
dent of wavs and means, stated; Rd-
that an orientation meeting was Highlight of the morning will i a
held lor ail Snack Bar personnel selections sung by Barbara was
in order to acquaint them with the den, lyric soprano,
new interior and the operation Of Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Jac*
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of the equipment. _______________ I Freeman are co-chairmen._______
Gold* Meir Club, announces the
appointment of Mrs. Miriam Hal-;
perin, vice president and Child
Rescue chairman, as chairman of
(iolda Meir Club's annual child
rescue Chanuka dinner. Event is
to take place on Sunlay at the
The recently-established organi
zation, Parents of Menorah, will Seville Hotel.
sponsor the Chanuka evening for Mrs. Marion Meyer will give the
parents of Religious School chil- invocation, and Mrs. Rose Byrum,
dren on Monday evening. Coder soprano, accompanied by Miss
the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Sally Glass, will offer musical se-
4UI
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DECEMBER 22, 23, 24
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CAMPFIRES DISCUSSIONS

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planned, which includes educa-
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At 830 p.m.; Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will address parents,
on the story and history of Cha-!
nuka.
climaxing the evening will be I
a Chanuka hootenany during
which time Dick
lections.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Morton Malav.sky. spiritual lead-i
er of Temple Beth Sholem of Hol-
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Coral Gables Club, Mrs. Sam
Davis, pres'dent, is holding a re
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> I*.*. i t flmfdfirir
Friday. December 12,
<^fn the rdea/m of Society
Colemans Tell
Mildred's Troth
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Coteman,
46i:. Pralrit Ive., announce the
c jagi to ol their daughter, Mil-
dred Ruth "Meme." to Elliot
<;..'..... \ ad< li. son Of Mrs. Ma-
tilda Alhadeff. of Montgomery.
Alii and the late Victor Alhadeff.
Both stud' nts at the University
of Alabama, the bride-elect i- I
member of Delta Phi Epsilon. so-
cial sorority, and her fiance il 1
number of Alpha Epsilon Pi. so-
cial fraternity.
Saslaws Reveal
Shari's Betroth!

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L'nil
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Ko date has been
wedding
set fur the
M'SS MILDRtD COUMAN
Dr. and Mrs. Milton
8920 S\V 5!ith St.. am
i ngagement of their
Sbari Lenora, to Richa-
son of Mr. and '
483 SW 29th S
Both are students at
sity of Miami, where
rembcr orlty and he belongs
Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Ko date his been
wedding.
ooi Brokers Elect
Miami Pood Brokei As
lion, meeting ai Mian
\ Ulas lice: tl>. elected i |
officers for i%4
Budd Mayei; vice presi t \i
Miller; secretary, Pau |
and treasurer, John SI
\ -*
: .
v ern( r-1.
MRS. SAMUEL JANOWITZ
r-Kuht
MRS. ROEIRT KANZtR
Janovvitz, Epstein In Beach Rites
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offici-
ated at the nuptials uniting Carol
Lynn Epstein and Samuel Joseph
Janowitz on Sunday evening. Dec
1. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
v.ere a reception followed the
ceremony.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry
Kanzer, Ritt Will
Live in Miami
rmal gown of white satin bro-
cade with short train was worn by
Esther Janet Ritt when she became
the bride of Robert Kanzer, son of
Mr ard Mrs Dave Kanzer. 3520
>w ;-t \w She is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Frank < Ritt. 2040
SW :7th St.
The Rubaiyat Room of the Al-
giers Hotel was the setting for the
evening nuptials, followed by a re-
ception, pertormed by Rabbi Sam-
uel April on Sunday. Dec. 1.
ron of honor was Mrs. Pat
Ritt. Sheldon Kanzer served as his
brothers best man. and ushers in-
ilued Bob Geiserman. Gary G
erman, Dave Komansky, Rick
Korn and Arthur Ritt.
The bride is a graduate of Allen
! in Pennsylvania
Her -'in- raduated from Mi-
ami ne Univer-
sity of Mi mi. He i~ an alumnus
of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity.
couple i
-u 37th ive
Epstein. Pahokee. Fla.. the bride
graduated from Pahokee High and
attended the University of Florida
and Florida College of Medical
Technology, where she served as
president of Stu.lent Council.
The bridegroom, now with Good-
year, is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High and attended X Ray
School at Ft. Sam Houston. Tex.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs Mi-
chael Janowitz. 2126 SW 16th St.
Following a honeymoon at the
Eden Roc Hotel, the newlyweds
will live at 8910 SW 68th Ct.
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anny will be featured. On Thurs-
day evening, Dec. 19. the Sister-
hood is holding 'ts annual Secret
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jy.day, December 13, 1963
National Council of Jewish Women
To Launch Community Action School
Page 7-B
*' &&
\\ n- r K hi:
MUS. NAItV ADEIMAN
Damask Brocade
For Miss Dreyer
The formei Barbara Drty*r be
, bride Of Harry Adelman
. ir.|.lV No\ 30, at the Du
11, tel with Rabbi Al
iVaxman officiating. The
ceremonj was followed
,1 hour and dinner in
, I mi their return from I
trip to Jamaica, the
., in Miami.
hei -i-ier. Mrs
: the bride wore a
: damask brocade trimmed
the waiat and a
I he three tiered lllu
:, || from a flower of
;. arls and she carried
rloom prayerbook eo\
itu .mil cascade oi
vhite on lids.
Mi and Mr- Mor
IIP SW 3l8( SI neu
Mi tdelman graduated
- itl Miami High '
;. Dental Research

aduated fr o m
School in Philadelphia.
h gree in account
University of Miami
II Mr and Mr- Rob-
ert .A io s\v fttnd Ct,
as I < -t man to the bride
Paul Mimmea- Ushers
Nal Dreyer, Michael Ad
Sti < Kazlow and Mel Ad
Rreatei imi S ctior, \. tiof-
al Coujm^ a -Jewish.V\oaten, will
. unch a ui iquc : n< ,u\
'(hod i Jan s. wi !. a secoi d session on
i:n 22 n was announced bj Mrs.
. j -ii i.d !!. Rubin, Section pres-
S ons u ill be hel I al
i i pie l. Ih Sholom, Miami
Beach.
i H "i w ill con Ider major
es ai d how women i an ad
, i ;.v '.; on ihem. Its 193 i
op c is Equal Oppoi tu* Itj i r
\ th r.d lectures and semi
oars will highlight need- of pub
edu preparation for em
it. h tusing and ether fac-
ors affecti pet pie
To] level experts from the
community will present well-docu
nented lectures in a two-da)
chool program designed to inspire
ction on the part of women,"
Mi Rubin xplained
"Miami NCJW School for Com
munity Action is part of a nation-
wide program," Mrs Rubin add-
ed "Similar schools are being
hell by Council Sections through-
out the United States to meet the
desire of informed women for lat
esl tacts and guidance on vital
issues, and how to act on them
effectively going beyond last
\i ar's or last decade'- college
learnii
"In bringing clear current, ob-
jeetive information to people all
>ver (he country, the NCJW
schools aim to render a service,
nol only to the Council women
who wanl to keep their education
up to date, but to social progress
n tionally."
Earlier studies on out-of-school,
out-of-work youth, conducted na-
ionall) bj the 70-year-old eduea-
ti nal and service organization.!
revealed that as many as 50 per-
cent ol the students in some cit-.
es drop out of high -chool before
graduation and are unable to find
I employment.
Mrs, Aaron Farr i- director of
the Greater Miami Section NCJW.
School for Community Action with
faculty members Mesdames Maur-
ice Serotta. Sidney Lewis. Marvin
Zank. Jean C. Lehman. Sidney
Schwartz and Larry Hoffman.
Spectt
MISS MARTHA KENT
B'nai Raphael Lunch
Following the 11 a.m. Sunday
and Hebre.v School assembly at
Congregation B'nai Raphael, a
Chanuka lunch party will be held
for students.
Kent, 5pector
Eye Jirne Rites
Mis Martha PafBa Kent and
.. h y spe< tor are plan-
b jui dding Announce-
,;( t of their betrothal is made
the i nure bride's parents,
Mr; Alice Mark Kent, 1814
hee In- I conuf Grovi and
I p Ki nl 2940 SW 25th Ter.
The prospective bridegroom is
son ol Mr and Mrs. Louis
9 Sunrise Ter.. who
will fete thi couple at their tradi-
al Nl Year- Eve party
The bride-elect is a speech ther-
. < j major at the University of
Florida. Hei fiance, a senior at
rgi, r ,h. will do graduate
work ther after receiving hi- de-
gree in civil engineering.
Aid to Israel
Card Party Here
Aid to Israel card party on Sun-
day will be sponsored by North
Shore Post and Ladies' Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans of the I'ni-
' ted States. The annual fund rais-
ing affair is called lor 1 p.m.. and
will be held in the Moose Hall.
I 1608 Alton Rd.
ladassah Member Drive
ih men bership drive will
noon in the
Room ol the Deauville
TET1EY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yea, there's Yon To* spirit la
this fine tea.. ." voe crushed"
for fullest strength and stimw
tatioo... richer caste and pleas>
art with your fleithigs sad
ailchigt cod bet wee* seal
scimhment...
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GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONES
uuu ^ (just as they always have]
7$^X*$> your'ta'bie. One deNcious way, or another
always serve Breakstone's. ^__^ good dajry ou from
TttfiedKothtr
sndar $tru4 Rabbinical SufxnUm.


rage 8-B
*-Jenisfi fhrk/ktr
Friday, December 13, 155]
m
7-
ranees
Xd
man
STHLA
We
the
Women
V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Charmni- Stella Daniels with the sparkling eyes insists that she s
- Hau-frau in ev*rv sense of the word. She was born in New York
C tv one of four children in a closely-knit family. A sociology major
Bernard she later went into the merchandising field. This was
exclusive subject in an ex:lusive Liberal Arts College, the Colum-
University undergraduate school for women, but that ciidn t stop
St 111 from later finding merchandising both
cinatwg and a marvelous career.
Nevertheless, it was hard to get Stella
to do mu.-h more talking about herself. The
I u'-aiion kept coming back to her bus-
'>. I. Alfred, who is president of Burdine's
In four and a half years that Stella has
boen in Miami. she has quietly become in-
.1 in the community via the Dade Chap-
ter ct the American Cancer Society, the
%^_ flfr v 'lim "' Natural Scn-nce and History.
FM 1 avelers Aid and the University of Miami
s- mpbony Club Board.
Mr. an.! Mrs Daniels live on the ocean
in a home with a breath-taking view When
!>-, weather is right, they can walk out of
back door straight into the ocean.
> II. feels that Al must relax, and she sees
tj it mat he does, since his work is intensive-
creative inding. He. himself. 1- a dynamic personality.
! > understanding and love of people are apparent not only to
. ella but th th whom he works, particularly the young men
,d women he has encourged at Burdine's. arc also quick and eager
; remark about it
red hea led James, is at Harvard Law School, and daughter
_\. illy is at the heavenlj age oi 16.
Quie: evenings at home, with occasional intimate dinner parties.
in nut not to be so quie "hen Al is watching football on television.
utella says ho could watch three games at onceif that were possible.
ourse, he's on the Oranje Bowl Committee, and of course they
1 1 all "t the University of Miami football games.
Stella'> hobbies'' They include reading cook books, for which
c is teased mightily, and walking around the golf course with Al
I or own game is still in the process of being one. As for knitting.
- e's still or, the first pair of socks she started for Al.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniels have been to Europe twice, and according
: Stella. Al is the perfect traveling companion. As he sees it. Lon-
( m is a man's town, while Paris seems more feminine. Stella couldn't
: .tree more. Time hasn't permitted the couple a trip to Israel yet,
lull they are both anxious to goand soon will no doubt.
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AN ORGY THE INVITATION SAID
Tessa Weinreich and Helen Hartman in ruffled leotards greeted
their guests at their "Orgy" party at the Belmar Hotel. The two
Kisbands. Irvin and Irving, looked cute in their wives' favorite shifts.
Tue guests let their hair down in choosing their costumes. The or- j
1 lestra as excellent, and the black-clothed buffet tables under the '
fi mous bright mural of the Belmar Hotel made the setting just right
for a fun evening. Dr. Lester A. Stepner. all bandaged, carried a
s an saying. "1 married an angel." and his wife. Sara, made a most
. tractive one. Joe Orritt came as an Indian with his wife as a
s |Uaw. Norman Gorson was Little Lord Fauntleroy. while Peggy
\ as a bat woman. Sam Rappaport. Leo Feinkle and Arthur Horn
1 ch came as tramps, while their wives were dressed as mah jongg
t'les. There were Mr and Mrs. Irving Witt and Mr. and Mrs Dave
Kaplan among the manv more.
JUST BECAUSE
Honey (Mrs. A L.) Glickman had another of her "just because
il .- fun" luncheons. Over fifty guests gathered in the beautiful lounge
' I the Imperial House for cocktails, followed by an exquisite lunch-
t >n and an afternoon of cards. Centerpieces were of flowersfilled
I reive, making an unusual conversation piece. Guests who hadn't
Men Honey's apartment went for a quick tour to "oh" and "ah" and
see her three new paintings, a Milton Avery, a Matisse and a Pas-
<;iiin Among guests were Mrs. Alex Manson. Mrs. Daniel Schlapik.
Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Fay Ablin. Edith
Mrs. Jacob) Arvcy was receiving compliments on how wonderful her
) tisband. Jacob, looked when he appeared on the Larry King 'Open
Knd" TV' show last week.

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Philip Berkowitz was eighty years young. His children had a
(nner party for over two-hundred guests in his honor at the Deau-
\ille Hotel. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz. Mr. and Mrs
Abe Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz. Mr and Mrs. Donald
terkowitz, Mr and Mrs. Walter Mackauf. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Braver-
nan. Eighteen of the grandchildren from the youngest to the old-
st formed an aisle. To the music of "Young at Heart," Grandfather
Lerkowitz walked in for a very special candlelighting service, 18 for
Chai It was done in verse written by Lee (Mrs. Al) Berkowitz.
During the evening. Lee and Al's son, Arthur, sang his grandfather's
lavorite. "Mem Schtelle Bells." Abe Berkowitz, of Birmingham, prov-:
d an excellent toast master. Among guests were the Al Pallots. the
iSen Cillers, the Dave Langers. the Jerry Ashmans, the Alec Balfes. ,
act Langer and his mother Mina. Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Schiff,
Ir. and Mrs. Sam Tcndrich, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Levin, Nathan Adel- j
lan. Dr. Max Pepper, his wife. Sadye, and all of the Peppers and
. Ir. and Mrs. Ben Essen.
* *
A COINCIDENCE
Ann (Mrs. Moiris) Alpert and Jennie Seitlin each have a brand new
~reat-grandchild. The mothers are both in the same room at Cedars
. I Lebanon Hospital. Ann's greatgrandchild belongs to the Charles
Leones and Jennie's belongs to the Marvin Gillmans.
Stecklers to Live
On Miami Beach
Gloria Fay Korenblit became
the bride 01 Alan Stockier on Sat-
urday. Dec. 7. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating. Site of
the ceremony'and reception which
followed was the Deauville Hotel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korenblit. 810
No. Shore Dr.. and Mr. and Mrs.
Harris Sleekier, of Syracuse, N.Y.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
an ivory peau de soie gown fea-
turing an alencon lace beaded
bodice with elbow-length sleeves,
scoop neckline and draped cum-
merbund. The controlled front
skut terminated in a full flowing
chapel train. Layers of ivory
French illusion held by a pearl
crown completed the traditional
ensemble.
Young Mrs. Sleekier is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High and at-
tended the University of Miami
Her husband is an alumnus of the
University oi Georgia School of
Pharmacy
Following a honeymoon m Nas-
sau, the newly-married couple
will live on Miami Beach.

MRS. DAVID ZAILiS
Wirner-K.ihii
MRS. ALAN STICKLER
Workmen's Circle
Plans Programs
Members of the Workmen's
Circle started celebrating Chanuka
on Wednesday when Miami Beach
Branch 692 held a Chanuka pro
gram at 25 Washington Ave.
Miami Branch 699 and the I 1.
Peretz Schools will have their an-
nual children's party on Sunday,
3 p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St. Teach
er, Max Gleiberman. has prepar
ed the program.
On Sunday, Dec. 22, at 8 p in .
Miami Branch, 1050, Miami Beach
Branch 1059 an:l North Dade
Branch 106-1 will hold their annual
combined celebration at 25 Wash
ington Ave.
Harold Bauman, chairman of
the Southern District, and Irving
Gordon, co secretary for the dis
trict. will be guests.
Florida's representative to the
national Board of Directors. Ida
Poston. will give a report.
B'nai BVith
Holiday Party
Thirteenth annnual B'nai B'rith
holidaj party, hoste I bj Bernard
Resnick, will he held on Saturday,
10 a m al the Monte 1 arlo Hotel
Among the 150 children expect
American Children's Home, SI
Joseph's Villa and Dade Com t>
Kendall Home
Mayor Melvin J Richard will
bring greetings from Miami Beat h
;u"l Chairman Joe Boyd will
fer gn etin .- from Dade Com I
The Marilyn Lorrain Dance
Studio will present a holiday
show. "Nev iih;! stars oi Tomor
row." luncheon will !>, served and
each child will receive a gifl
Chairman of the youth welfare
program are Mr and Mrs. Herb
Schurowitt, with Leo Stemm.,11
serving a- party chairman.
Adath Yeshurun
Nursery Program
Yehuda Segal, education direc-
tor of Temple Adath Yeshurun.
has announced that the Nursery
School is scheduled to have its
Chanuka program on Friday at
10:30 a.m.
Beginning with the kindling of
the Chanuka candles, each class
will present selections of Chanuka
sonis m Hebrew and English, and
dances under the direction of Mrs.
Fred! Sandol
Hebrew and Sundaj Schools will
ni.iik Chanuka on Sunday, at 11
a.m Highlight will he a play en-
titled the "Hidden Menorah," un-
der th,' direction of Meidad Abir,
of the Hebrew s< i ool
Participant, are Elsa Cohen
Joan Lehrman Ban-} Berman
Stephen Finger, Bill Steinback
Sandra Goldstein, Harvey Rosen
''"'' Binon, Craig Hershofl dar-
ns Salomon, Mark Shechter Steve
Kotzen, Joel Goldstein, Mark
lei and Michael Bisbku
Mil
Zalles, Levine
PScn to Live
In Philadelphia
liar Zion Temple in Pbiladtlphii
was setting TJpnnksgiving J
marriage of Judith Lynne b
and David L. Zalles. SOn nt
and Mrs. Theodore A
aim Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mi-
Mrs. Lewis Levine. I'cnn v
Pa., was attended by Judi Hi
Zalles. Mrs Frank L. Cohen
.> West. Linda B. Miller, Ar.ir,.a|
Katz and Mrs. Edward HofferJ
man.
Stephen Levine wag be* :,,..
Ushers were Arthur Gutstei
v\ard Glickman. Jerome Finikin
Arthur Havsy, Irving Katz and
Benjamin Gutstein.
After a wedding trio to |
Rico and the Virgin islands, \i>
and Mrs. Zalle> will res
Philadelphia.
Mi
Mil
and
I lev.
Jamaica Tour
For Martyn Levins
Maxine [net Smith and \
Li \ in were marrie Sund
1 at Westbrooke Countrj 1
Daughter of Mr an Mi
Smith. 922S SW 89th Ct
led '.1 ie University I
and Dade Junior Colle
1 '1 bridegroom is th.
Mrs. Arne Levin and the I,
than Levin He 1- .1 1
Miami High ai d m i ved fo
in th- United States 1
The newlyweds will I
in Jamaica On their 1 1
live ..t 1900 Easl
Hialeah.
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THE Jowish National Fund
id ii> Me Ami banquet
. evening ;ii iho Fontaine-
Hoiel Mrs. Leon J. Ell.
ii, : the president, chose ;i
mel Ih sheath with rod
velvet roses appllqueo^across the
ol llie bodlct and skirl
vier beads highlighted th>-
si
Ze\ K -.en's black >ilk
had a triangular ihapt
te whi 'i wai banded in
[on Black -ilk
in 11 tfri liaj
il.r bodice vrai
-kin had i i
[ullnesi ;''
which Is .< i.uiidv heir
\, .,. alencon lai i
bodice ol Mrs Max
in i ) mel ii
i rkut was "i .i
__ \ How silk chiffon
\ ,i chiffon over ;i floral
*-ori i>> Mrs Anna
Mrs Anna Getzofl se
muted charcoal-colored
ted chantill) lace over
colored satin. Black
|j lace in a sheath style
rial bo* over one hip was
llarr) Rosen's choice tr
enina Mrs Belle Pinkel's
v; blue broca'e featured
cckHni
aaRS. Isadore Karp wore
" black Silk shantung sheath
it! radiating lines on an illu
neckline. Her black ribbon
jacket wa^ trimmed with a white
collar. Mrs. Lawrence
r'S gown featured a black
matti iersej bodice with push-
up sleeves and a bateau neck-
lirn dipping low in the back Her
boui ant skirt was of white silk
. /.i with black polka dots.
K -ilk with pearl-embroider-
i '.antilly lace inserts in the
bodi was worn by Mrs EileenI
i.irct/ Mr-. Etta Goldberg
chose an ice pink chanUlly lace
embroidered with iridescent pink
cavier beads.
One n| her French purchases
was worn by Mrs. Irving Lehr-
m.in The fabric blended brown
an.l black into a most unusual
color, which was then interwov-
en uit^ nold lame Her -heath
had a matching tailored jacket
Mr- Anna Burwich's bronze
beaded beige Italian knit featur
id a Chanel styled jacket Mul-
ed blui silk detailed with blue
was Mr- Louis I'eldman'-
i hoice ol i olor and fabric for her
ensemble Blue and purple com
I in the floral -ilk print
worn bj Mrs Peter I- Heller
imber beads she wore were
Liven to in r at birth bj an aunt.
The i venii a mbined with a
anniversary cele-
bration tor two couples Cele
i rating ivere 'he William Born
steins an i the Meyer Mokso-
o i Bornstein wore >
champagne colored peau de soie
ensemble with matching colored
trimming her jacket Mrs
Moskowitz's choice was an elec-
trie blue chiffon -heath with I
large shi er push up lai ti
slee> i -
lulRS. Benjamin Barm ash
m lected beige silk organza
appliqued with satin flowers
which wire embroidered with
seed pearl- Satin appliques
were also on Mrs. Samuel chick's
iced blue sheath. Grey import
ed eyelette with satin at the
waist was worn by Mrs. Harry
Feldman. Beige and cocoa
punted on -ilk formed the lull
skirl ol Mrs Mai F.nitlandcr.
Her fitted bodice was of cocoa
colored -ilk.
M u t e d lilac reembroidered
chantill) lace was chosen by
Mrs. A Seltzer. Chiffon en-
circled her waist, and Boated to
i hem-length pannier at one side.
Mrs, Solomon Schiff's gold satin
featured chiffon in the back ol
lur bodice which was draped in-
to a \ line, and the bell sil-
houette skirt. A silver metallic
-heath was worn by Mr-. Amalia
Start/
Mrs Milton S Lubarr's wedge-
wood blue Italian lace knit
-heath was a two-piece creation
tied at the waist with a roiled
satin belt A long sleeved black
silk crepe with an empire waist
ii ii V neckline was worn by
Mrs Louif Hob rman. Mrs Alex
Gordon's black Italian silk \v..s
.>. i\ banded with black
satin and trimmed with a trio
ol flat satin bow- An irides-
cent lavender brocade with a
pli ated kirt was the ch lice for
the i" i nit : ol Mrs. Kenneth
Oka. Mrs Hunk Hall topped
h r beaded black knit with a
-ilk faille theatre coat
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The bridegroom's father. Cantor
Albert Glantz. and his grandfather.
Rabbi Mendel Glantz. participated
with Rabbi Henry B. Wernick in
t h e ceremony uniting Rochelle
Jane Minkowitz and Marshall
Louis Glantz on Sunday. Dec. 1.
The afternoon wedding, held at
Temple Tifereth Israel, was fol-
lowed by a reception at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant.
Wearing a traditional white floor-
length wedding gown and carrying
lily-of-Uie valley, the bride's honor
attendant was her sister, Mrs.
Norma Wavhholder. She is the
daughter of Mrs. Ruth Adolph. 900
West Ave.. and graduated from
Adelphi Business College.
Manager of Carnival Fruit, the
bridegroom is a graduate of Edi-
son High School. His parents are
Mr and Mrs. Albert Glantz, 730
NT. 62nd St., and his brother,
Owen Glantz. served as best man.
\\ hen they return from a trip to
Nassau, the couple will live at 900
West Ave.
Rebbi to Host Chanuka Party
\ Chanuka meeting of Temple
Beth Shiran teen-agers will be
hosted l>> Rabbi and Mrs. Morris
\ Skop in their home, 3511 Ri-
viera !>r.. on Sunday at 7:80 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs Sol Baskin, youth
chairmen, Mr, and Mrs, Bernhardt
i hi -;r. in. Ol the Temple faculty,
and Mr. and Mr- .1. William
president ol the Advisory
Council, will be guests
Following the singing of sun--.
led by Cantor Herman K Gott-
lieb, and the collation ol latkes,
Israeli dance- and slides will be
shown by William Kllenhein. youth
leader, who has just returned from
a stay in Israel, representing na-
tional B'nai B'rith.
Youth Group meets each Sunday
from 7 to 9 p.m.. at the Temple.
and is open to all teen-agers of
Beth Shirali
Miss Longer
Is Engaged
To Martin Scchs
Mr an i Mrs. Irving Langer,
1920 S\V 32nd pi., announce the en
gagement ol their daughter, Shan
Helen, to Martin Isaac Sachs, son
n| Mr and Mrs. David Sachs, 31-14
SW 26th -t
Martin and Shan both attended
Miami Senior High School. Shari
was president of Debs BBG and is
present!) Advisor of B'nai B'rith
BBG. She attended Dade Junior
College ard is employed by Com-
mercial Credit Corp.
The bridegroom to-be was presi-
dent of Shield AZA and also South
Florida Council Godol. He is at-
tending the University of Miami
and in September will study dent
i-try at Medical College of Vir-
ginia.
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set.
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Friday. December 13,
19G3
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Bernard Frank Jeff is seen with
Councilmen Hyman P. Galbut (center) and Robert L. Turchin
:ymbolizing a wrecking crew at the start of demolition of two
ouildings adjacent to the Jewish Convalescent Home of South
^orida. A new 75-bed facility will be added to the kosher
iiusing home located at 310 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on
he site. The addition will boost the Home's capacity to 130
:eds.
Convalescent Home Banquef Honors iacobson
Plans Fund Drive
More than 130 lite members of
e Jewish Convalescent Home of
uth Florida will be honored at
Feb 1 rtevelopment fund dinner
the Fontainebleaa Hotel, it was
il Wednesday by Miami
Mcfa iimncilmen R.'bert I. Tur-
.,:.<] Hyman P, (ialbut.
They are co chairmen of the
mmittet working on the 75-bed
Idition to the Jewish Convales-
-nt Home, also known as Bikur
lim.
Workmen this week demolish-
ed two vacant stores adjacent to
-he existing SS-bed structure,
vhich now houses a capacity of
2 persons in the kosher nursing
, nd convalescent home.
Mr- Joseph Keiser. president.
id key persons in the commun-
v are now beiny contacted to
k with Turchin, Galbut and the
.fuer- and directors of the Jew
h Convalescent Home for the
b l dinner.
A testimonial banquet in honor
of living Jacobson who has served
as president of Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation for two years is sched-
uled for Sunday evening, 6 p.m..
at the Lombardy Hotel. A gala
pro-ram of music and entertain-
ment has been planned for Jacob-
son.
.'unshirte Chapter Sale
Sunshini B'nai B'rith
lien, will hold a white elephant
ile on l :-.'- laj l>- i 19. from
i a m to 4 p m at Washington
deral Auditorium. 167th St. and
E 6th A\. Gins, household arti-
es, and books will be offered for
tie Mrs Charlotti Fine is chair-
n an
Pap Institute
Elects Albert
James If, Albert. Miami Bench
contractor and civic leader, ha-
been reelected president of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research In-
stitute in Miami. The non-profit,
community-supported institute, lo-
cated in the Greater Miami Med
ical Center. 1155 NW Uth St.. was
lounded in 1948.
It is named after the late Dr.
George Paoanicolaou. discoverer
of the Pap smear for cancer de-
tection and director of the Cen-
ter Research Institute at the time
of his death.
Other officers for 1963 are E. L.
Cotton and Warren G. Gilbert.
vice presidents; Mi- S. Sidney
Raffel and Mrs. Lloyd L. Dilwortri.
secretaries; Leonard Wien and
Bernard .1 Wagner, treasurers
ted tn the board: Metro
Judge Thomas N Balikes and H.
Donald Roberts.
Directors elected to new terms
on the board include Herman A.
Binder. Cotton. Gilbert. Mrs. Louis
C.las-er. I)r John A Speropoulos.
Dr. Jack Widrich and Dr. Leo
Zuckerman.
Ambassador's Ball Set for Dec. 28 Will
Honor Israel's Envoy Avraham Harman
Annual Ambassador's Ball, one honorary chairman and Leonard
f the social and civic highlights^poyji m, ajpirjpajl^ Mjur,ux' lie*
f the community, will take place
iaturdaj evetriug, Dec. i'8. at tie
Fontainebleau Hotel.
The hall will be held under the
patronage ol Ambassador of Israel
ivraham Harman and Florida
Gov, Farris Bryant.
Samuel Friedland will serve as
Slue Star Plans
Meetings Here
Blue Star Camps. Hendcr-on-
ville, N.C., arnounce plan- for
their 17th camping season this
summer and invite former camp-
ers an I staff, as well as their
friends, even if they have not been
to Blue Star, to attend various
"get togethers" to be held in some
40 key areas between Dec. 15 and
Mar. 9. Blue Star attracts camp-
ers from throughout the country
and it has an international staff
of over 200 trained and qualified
adults.
Meetings for Greater Miamians
is scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 22,
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel as fol-
lows: new campers. 1:30 to 3 p.m.;
former campers. 3 to 4:30 p.m. In
Hollywood, there will be a meet-
ing Monday. Dec 23, at the Hol-
lywood Beach Hotel at 1:30 to 3
p.m.. new campers, and 3 to 4:30
p.m.. former campers.
"We wan; our many friends to
know they are most cordially wel-
come to see our sound color
camp movies, join with us in fun
and fellowship, and to gather in-
formally to discuss the welfare of
children through organized camp-
an educative and recreative
experience.'" continued the an-
nouncement by Herman and liar
iv Popkin, (o founders and co-di-
rectors of the private coeduca-
tional camp located in the Blue
Ridge Mountains. 2i" miles from
Asheville and 200 miles north of
Atlanta. Ga
Founded in 1948. the Blue Star
Camps are divided into six sep-
arate camping programs for boys
and girls lrom 7 to 17 years of
age A no li-page catalogue de-
scribing the location, staff, facili-
ties and program is available
upon request at ll(K) Crescent
Ave NF. Atlanta. Ga.. 30309.
Ttz will ait a- grand marshal, and
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, grand
llOst.-.-
The diplomatic corps and the
Greater Miami community will
pay their respects t" the Ambas-
sador of Israel on 'In- OCi
The emissaries ol foreign
will be presented in Ambass id >r
and Mrs, Harman in a colorful
ceremon) opening the gala festivi-
ties.
In a custom established at the
1361 Ambassador's Ball, a high-
li.lii nf the event again this year
will be Hi.' formal presentation of
(laughters and granddaughters
come-of-age.
Mrs. Meyers said that the pre-
sentation of the coterie of young
ladie< and their escorts "serves a-
a symbolic invitation to the young
people to assume the challenge
and opportunity of serving their
country and their people through
personal identity with the ideals
and aspirations of their two fold
tradition "
Ambassador Harman is one of
the foremost members ol Israel's
diplomatic corps and ha- served
his country in various top-level
capacities ment. He succeeded Abba Fban as
Ambassador in Washington in
June. 1959. after serving as assist
ant director general ol the Minis
try for Foreign Affairs in Jem
salem.
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For real ta'am of
Switzerland!
Switzerland
Judqe Fred Barcid, of the Met-
ro Court, addressed a Cha-
nuka celebration in the form
of a Father-Child Night spon-
sored by the Temple Men-
orah Men's Club this week.
His subject was "The Prob-
lems of the Bench." He is
shown with Norman Shapiro,
rresident of the club. Judge
Theodore Nelson is vice pres-
ident.
**

Let's Have a Party!
I'll bring the Vita Herring. It's a real party dish.
No work ami all pleasure. The tender herring
pieces are ready to Berve right from the jar with
crisp onion rings and a variety of fabulous Baud
I get hungry nisi thinking about it.
Why wait for a part;, to serve \ :.i Herring?
.
.
NEW!
Vila Schmaltz
Hemng pickled
the old fashioned
way with plenty
Ol onion rings.
NEW!
Vita Cherry Herring
with sweet marasch:
cherries and 1
deliciously
different flavor.
VITA HERRING
Have Kasha instead of potatoes
W

HASH
FREE KASHA COOKBOOK f
TO r6C,peS "nd menu ldeas for m meals
Servfi and entertair>'ng with Kasha. Address racuest
sERvet to: Phyl|js Wol^Ponn Yan< New York "S
UAH,
THAT*
A DISH I
!. r..rfitlMd 260 Sfiimm Cm""*


friday. December 13. 1963
* fm9m$> n^ririii^iin
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59c ib.
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Cooked Pastrami 69c lb.
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Pepper Delights 37c lb.
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each 35c
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f-JmisffUrklton
Friday. December 13, 1363
Chanuka at Temple iadea
Some 230 religious school stu-
dents arc expected to attend
Chanuka festivities at Temple
Judea on Sunday morning As-
sembly begins at 10:30. and will
be conducted by students in skits
and song. At 11:30. the Men's
Club of Temple Judea will serve
a complete lunch, to be followed
by entertainment.
Chanuka Fete
At Beth Torah
Department of Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans,
sponsored a Chanuka celebration
lor patients in the Coral Gables
Veterans Hospital this week.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman spoke on
the significance of the holiday,
and the Temple Zion Choir sang
traditional songs
('net Gale and his accompanist.
Deeva Solove, presented a stage
show, refreshments were served,
and 500 gilts were distributed
throughout the hospital
In charge of arrangements were
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown. VAVS
representatives, and Mrs. Evelyn
LeVine. Department hospital chair-
man.
Variety Women's Committee meets to report
on ticket sales for the annual Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital dinner dance Dec. 19 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. The traditional event
has become a highlight of the social season,
and will benefit the hospital's building fund.
Shown standing (left to right) are Mrs. Albert
Pollack and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. Seated
(left to right) are Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mrs. Her-
bert Kern, Mrs. Ralph Shere, Mrs. Mack Rose,
Mrs. Irwin Green, Mrs. Gene Gabriel, and Mrs.
Terryce Kaplan.
Zionist Author
To be Speaker
Guest speaker at the Miami
Beach Zionist District Weekly
Luncheon Club meeting We.lnes-
day noon at Walclman's Hotel will
be Sam Shankman. of Memphis.
Tcnn.
Shankman is author of "Morti-
mer May, Foot Soldier in Zion."
He is a past president of the Mem-
phis Zionist District and a vet
erail Zionist leader of the South-
eastern Region.
Physician is Speaker
Dr. Roberta Slonim, physician
and representative for the Flor-1
ida Chapter of the Arthritis and j
Rheumatism Foundation, discuss-;
ed and answered questions per-
taining to both afflictions on Tues-i
day at the I. L. I'eretz School. 1545
s\V 3rd St.
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
CHANUKA
FESTIVAL
SUNDAY
December 15
8 P.M.
BARCELONA HOTEL
4343 Collins Avenue
GALA CONCERT
REFRESHMENTS
Participating Artist
* CANTOR
HERMAN GOTTLIEB
Kertewned Jewish Artist
* MICHAEL GiJSON
Operc Star
* MARTHA MELVILLE
* ESTHER BARRET
ft Other Stars
* BEN Y0MEN
Noted Musical Composer,
Leading Community Singing
ZOA Dinner Set
For Jan. 12
M. William Smith and William
Silver stein, co-chairmen of the
the Miami Beach ZOA installation
dinner, announce that the affair
has been ;< scheduled for Sunday
t \ening, Jan. 12. at the Deauville
Hotel.
Starting with a cocktail party
at 6 p.m.. the evening will feature
Irving Pietrack and his orchestra.
special entertainment and a guest
speaker.
Ben Oilier will be installed as
president.
Complete Line
Of Formats Here
Classy Formal Wear, 64 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, specializes in
a complete line of men's sales and
lental formals.
Irving Hecht, of Classy Formal
Wear, said lhat his stock includes
formals by Palm Beach Celebrity,
"which means that now you can
wear a tuxedo or dinner jacket
| that is cool and comfortable for
any occasion, indoors or out."
Available are outfits for formal
evening and wedding, semi-firmal
evening, formal daytime, summer
| formal, informal wedding day or
evening, and semi formal daytime
1 wedding and occasions.
Tifereth Israel
Elects Officers
Marshall H. Comis has been
elected president of Tifeth Israel
Congregation. Other officers nam-
ed at an election meeting last
week are:
Jack Berke. first vice presi-
dent; Irving Querido. second vice
president: Ethel Schlissel. record-
ing secretary; Mary J Seligman,
corresponding secretary; Allan II
First, treasurer: and llwnar
Rothman and Isadore Mertik, re-
ligious trustees.
Board of directors Includi \;
Kurzban, Ilyman Astor, Floyd
Kranz. Ralph Kline. Harry Ler
ner. Nate Rosenberg. Isidore
Schlissel. Morris Wyden. Harry
Rosenberg, and Max Tobias Al-
ternates are Harry Dacks. Harry
Friedman. Murray Weinthal and
Philip Morris.
Installation will be at a dinner
Jan. 12. Comis was previously
president of the congregation. He
and his mother. Mrs. Pearl Conns.
were recently chosen Mother and
Son of the Year at a national con-
vention of the Jewish National
Fund in New York City.
Beth Am Will
Honor Members
Temple Beth Am will honor
members at services on Friday
evening by adding their names to
the Tree of Life in the lobby of
the new sanctuary.
To be honored are Mr and Mrs.
Robert Garvett. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Gillis, Mr. and Mrs, Paul
Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Goodstem. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gotselin, Mr. and Mrs. jack Green,
Mrs Shirley Green
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Green,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenberg,
Mr. and Mrs Carl Harold. Mr.
and Mrs Ernesl Harris. Mr anil
Mrs. Ernes' Heydemann. Mr and
Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman, Mr and
Mrs. Herman [sis, Mr and Mrs
Arthur Jacowitz.
Mr and Mr- Leonard Ka|
Mr. and Mrs Paul Kali.in Mr
and Mrs David Kates and Mr
and Mr- Herman Kellman.
T Plans Winter
Day Camp Here
A winter day camp program tor
boys and girls from first t.-.ruu-h
sixth grades is being offered ,,t
three branches of the Y.v; and
YWHA of Greater Miami luring
the forthcoming school vacation
beginning Monday, Dec anl
ending Tuesday. Dec 31. For sev.
en full days, a variety of act.wi:. -
featuring trips to interesting
places in Dade County, ha
planned for the children. Trans-
portation from home to tl y '
and back is available
At the Miami Branch 5VV
16lh Ave., the program \ ill
conducted by Miriam Scheinbi
and will run from 9 a.m. to : p m .
each day. The highlight ewnts at
this branch will be a trip h, ir.ni-
ton Park, fishing trip, eft k out. O
hayride, trip to the airpor \;-it
to the Every lades Nation., Park
and a New Year's party.
At the Beach Branch. 1." 6 l'..,y
Rd., and the North Countv i rat
1-HG6 NE 6th Ave.. the da;, camp
is offered either as a full day pro-
gram or afternoons only. Mar-
vin Perkel is in charge ; the
Reach Branch procram which will
leature a theater party at the
Merry Go Round Playhouse, bowl-
ing, ice-skating, a visit to Grey-
nolda Park and a trip to ti Mon-
kej Jungle.
I'nder the leadership o; How-
ard Margohs, the daj camp it the
North County "Y" will offer vis Is
to the Hialeah Roller Kink, Miami
Glass Blowers, Funland Park.
Science and Nature Musctm, and
Pier 5.
KAUFMAN'S
KOSHER DELICATESSEN
AND RESTAURANT
Biggest Sandwiches in Town!
630 6th ST. Miami Beach
Ph. 532-8113
->
| NOW 0PIN Phone JE 8-9665 \
I 3RASS RAIL RESTAURANT J
1 N Collim Av. MB Opp MB D09 '
Trk) Serving: Brjkft. lunch. Din |
I ner Prices lower Irieo Cefeferiet
I
Sit in Comfort
I
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-IOCKA BIVD.
MU 5-1521
0PA-10CKA, FLORIDA
RENT Plymouth CAR
AND OTHER FINE CARS
A WEEK
PLUS 8c A MILE
Convertible!
S20 We-k up
ABOTT MOTORS, INC.
1451 W. FLAGLER FR 3-6765
*15
Wf 6Ur
LAND and HOUSES
in
ISRAEL
wf PAf
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1133 Broodwoy, Nov. York 10 N.Y.
Tel CHelieo 3 6546
Beth David Congregation
announces with pride
An Exclusive Catering
Department
MRS LILLIAN GOLDEN, Catering Manager
THE ULTIMATE IN
FINE SERVICE and KOSHER CUISINE
Call Mrs. Golden 374-5243
Cystic Fibrosis
To Get Funds
Mrs. Joseph Shopiro. president
of the Greater Miami Delta Phi
Epsilon Alumnae, announces that
funds realized from the annual
luncheon fashion show held Sat
urday at Tony's Fish Market will
;o to the Cystic Fibrosis Founda
ion.
Fashions by Allardale .- and Jun-
ior Bazaar were modeled by
alumnae, their children, and mem-
ber! of the University of Miami
Chapter
Ticket chairman was Mrs.
Ernesl Harris.
DR. E. E. SCHON
OPTOMETRIST
ANNOUNCES IHt OPINING
Of HIS NIW omct
415 N.W. 27th STREET
Phones: 634-0192,
634-2620, 634-2629
ISRAEL BONDS
WILL PAY CASH
ALL ISSUES
WRITE to M D
P. O. Box 2973
Miami, Fla. 33101
CAMPERS, FUTURE CAMPERS, PARENTS, STAFF
all are invited to
CAMP PINEWOOD'S
9th ANNUAL REUNION
Sunday, Dec. 15, at 2 p.m.
HILLEL HOUSE
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CAMPUS
REFRESHMENTS GIFTS MOVIES AND AWARDi
MIAMI CONVALESCENT IIOVI
335 S.W. 12th AVI. IE0 ALIEN. Director Hi. FR f-0278. F 4-5437
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24-Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Okttrvd
_____Private and Semi-Private Rooms Jowish-Style Cooking


Fridcy,
December 13, 1963
*JmUfi fkrkfton
page 13-B
Democratic Club To Honor Gluck
Reelected for a sixth term as
president of the IVruiM ratie Club
(if Miami, Wall) Gluck will be hon
ored by the club on Wednesday
evening in the Sea Isle Hotel The
rreshments, music ami entertain-
ment
(Muck, a past worth) president
of the Fraternal order ol Eai lea,
li i Cflcial organizer (or the char
ter members ol the new Miami
liiaeh unit
Gables Airman
Back From Tour
Officer* of the Democratic
Club who will serve with Gluck
are Harry Levy, executive mem-
ber; Henry Abrahams, vice pres-
ident; Samuel Resniffc j|Ms-
urer: Mrs. Vivian GNJfjf.^Sm-
uel Goodman and Mrs. Nelly R.
Reynolds, secretaries; Alfred
Fairmont, sergeant-at-arms.
Elected to the board were Nat
Potamkin, Edward Greenberg,
Louis Forman, Mrs Ruse Brown.
Ben Silver. Mis Amy Halier and
Leonard Solomon.
over 1,200. Installation dinner on | tainment will be the Lou Walter's
Feb. 23 at the Carillon Hotel will | revue. "Oui, Oui. Parec." with
feature U.S. Sen. Spessard Hoi- i music by Jacques Donnet and his
land, guest speaker. Star enter- orchestra.
Appointed as trustee, were Her-
man Solomon, James II. Meyer
and Robert Herman: Theodore M
Airman Second Class Jaj M Trushin. general counsel.
Conn, of Coral Cable-, has re-
turned to Myrtle Ueach AFR. S ('.. Board of Governor! are Harry
following participation in exercise- levy Dr. Abraham Nemser. Jos-
3 -.vie Kaplan, dauqh-
: Mr. and Mrs. Walter
of Miami Beach
li I her birthday with
et Sixteen party at the
s Restaurant. Miss
- active in thespian
tmi Beach Sen-
S ool.
eph Flman and Mrs Vivian Gluck.
Now in its 13th year, the club
has a state-wide membership of
Ttierelh Jacob Sisterhood
It will be "All the Lathes Vou
personnel and aircraft from the can Eat" at the annual Chanuka
Indian, British, Australian and party sponsored by Temple Tif-
United States Air Forces ereth Jacob Sisterhood, To be
si. ol Julian M. Cohn, of 6820 held at 6 p.m. in the Temple, res-
PortiUo St the airman is a grad- ervatlOOS chairmen arc Mrs Mil-
in India
A United States Kit Force Air
Policeman. Colin went to India in
late October to provide support
lor the joint training exercise
which tested the Indian Air De-
fense System, Participating were
uati ol Greal Neck
Senior Ili'i school
\ V South
dred Wascowiti
Vlpert.
'HOItL
TIDES
Announces
GRAND OPINING
: its Strictly Kosher
DINING ROOM
SUNDAY, DEC. 15
Opening Special
RIB STEAK
DINNER .
Permanent Mashgiach
on Premises
FC- RESERVATIONS CALL
JE 1-6701
1220 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
'.. wnark I Kessefman
Qwnerihip-A'anaaemenf
S2.95
Youngsters Win
At Horse Show
Arthur Fleischer 10, and Ins
sister, Phyllis 16, took two ol the
top awards during the South
Miami Riding Club- 18th annual
Horse Show last weekend
One oi the younget entrants,
Arthur won the Henry Bergh Med-
al with his pony, Paper Doll, in
the evenl open to equestrians
through it years of age.
Phyllis wi n the Hunt seat Cham-
pionship and receives one leg t
ward the Col. Welton Modisette
Memorial Challenge Trophy. The
trophy, a top award tor horseman-
ship, was donated in honor ol Col
Modisette, Phyllis' iirst teacher in
the art of the equestrian
Kiev are the children of Mr
and Mrs Eugene Fleischer, 7940
SW 90th Av<
KOSHER
MEALS
INCLUDED
$fao
Restaufafftrcm&
Urn
ttm
Jit
3 UL
Salutei the
USINESS WOMAN
OF THE WEE K
CRAY BARCLAY
ofl t*t cornar
Mi MiikIi Mill. C.B.
fh 446-7011
f Ij-Out Ser>ic
Agudath Israel
Party Sunday
Agudath Israel Hebrew institute
and Sisterhood are sponsoring
jointlj a Chanuka dinner at 6 p.m..
on Sundaj al the synagogue.
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever will act
BS toastmasti r .md introduce the
guest speakers .""I traditional
songs Leaders of the organiza-
tion will participate
lighting cen n i >
Chairman of the event
ham Cohen S< rving on the Ar
rangements Committee are Rao
bi Meshulem Cohen. Adolph Stern,
Philip yasser. with Mrs. Frances
Clhan. Sisterhood president, who
heads the Sisterhi id committee.
Private Beach & Pool Cabanas
Ocean Front & Ocean View Riomi
per dny
per pers.
dpi. occ.
Dec. 17. $8.50
'0 of '05 Rooms
Single Occ. $8.00
Dec. 17, $14
Rehgiout ,h" "*'" "vailable.
Serv. Daily Salt. Sugar. Fat-free
Full Time D""> No Ex,ra Choe'
Mashgiach 'or Steaks.Roasts
on Premises Chops.
FREE: 21" TV. Radio eaco Rm.
Self Parking adjoins hotel. Chaise
Lounges A Mats Orange Juice
Daily. Entertainment Nightly.
Many other feature*.
A 21st off Collins Ave. 1
a Miami Beach __^T
n a can lie-
Wil
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ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT! *?*

STEAKS
RIBS
ROAST BEEF
Varied Menu from ,
-95
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BANQUET FACILITIES
Ff Parhinf .
1 OHN At* YIAII
JE 8-0523
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731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401
ftgn.1 Cuferinj for Bar Mffivefts, Weddings, and ad Social Functions
A'^vv^^vv^^^**/vv^ SAM OF ATLANTIC CITY IS REOPENING HIS
parr central mning noon
FRIDAY, DEC. 20th at 3:30 P.M.
. 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Ph- M 81611
I70Mtt SST. %SS 'JffilSil M n 4-2655
________*>"^Mi, F> A-___________________ '
Continental t: Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAH MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue ,.,,...,.
Wami'i Only "Shom.r Snabbo." .,tauronf OuaMy Par ?'"
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone '
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART URUNS. Co Owner

Catering for All Occasions
htabliihed in 1945
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
- / MIAMI
FACILfTIES BEACH
im.\.m:ecs mhyio giaily
4 P.M. to 10 P.M.
T&staurant
Ma-Ka
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of Fate
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LUNCH ,nm 90c DINNER ,,. '1.35
wf aiso HAvr TAKf-our onDtns
8001 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 7,5,4,,".
and Mi- 1U-U> _____
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SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC.
OPEN ALL YEAR
1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
Now Open
Victor
Bidone's
Where Elegance
in Dining is
A Tradition
1045 -95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND
RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224
STAR
DAIRY
& FISH
RESTAURANT
tint GRAND REOPENING
SUNDAY, DEC. 15th, 4 P.M. *
FEATURING ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEL
841 WASHINGTON AVENUE
same management JE 1-9182
AMPLE PARKING
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671
REOPENING FRIDAY, DEC. 20
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
COMPLIMENTARY BEER OR WINE SERVED
WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
FLAMINGO ~ Kosher Restaurant
743 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
Grand Opening Thursday, Dec. 19, 3:30 P.M.
NEW PRICE POLICY
* CHOICE OF 15 DIFFERENT DINNERS *
Z.aw Except Rib Steak, Lamb Chops, 4 Prime Ribs of Beef
ONLY RESTAURANT ON WASHINGTON AVE.
UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Same Mnnaoemcnf as the Alpine Hotel, Bethlehem, N.H.
THE MARCUS___________Phone 5329961


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+Jeisti ttorkltor)
Friday, December 13. 1963
J3<*r ^Mitzvah
Don P.oienihul
Leslie Saicr Michmtl Levin* Mithael Wolstcin
Steven Greenbaum
[incha services at Israelite Cen-
conducted by Rabbi Schmary-
i l >^ ..-ky on Saturday, Dec.
- at s p m., will include the Bar
izvah i'i Steven Greenbaum.
Steven, .i student at the Israel-
Center Religi \i- School, is in
eighth grade a; Shi'iiandoah
,' nior High, where he i- a mem
ol tin Drama Department. Me
- also won a letter in football.
!r. and Mrs. Greenbaum "ill
hosts in their son's honor at
Shah s Seudos which follow -
service, and later in the even-
g will entertain at the Park
l ne. Among those present will
Lubovitch Forms
Women's Group
be Steve's grandparents. Mr-
Hannab Epstein and Jack Green-
baum.
-
Don Rosenthal
Bar Mitzvah ol Don. son of -Mr.
and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, will
be celebrated at Beth David Con-
gregation <>n Saturday morning.
Dee it. Rabbi Norman N Sha-
piro ill officiate
Don, who i- in the eighth :rade
at Citrus Grove Junior High, i lays
the drums.
The Bar Mitzvah's father i- an
officer oi the congregation, and
he ami Mrs Rosenthal are active
in all Beth David affairs.
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The Neshei Chabad, Lubavitch-
Women's League, will hold a
-sert tea at the home of Mrs.
:.rry Rosenberg. 6301 No. Baj
;.. at 1 p.m.. Thursday. Dee.
. Mrs. Sam Sehachno. chairman,
nounc
The meeting is open to all worn-
interested in furthering the
rk ol the Lubavitcher move-
ent. Tin- gathering marks the
>t organization of a Lubavitch-
women'i group in the south-
tern United state-.
\ talk aboul the meaning oi
jbavitch and it- aims will be
ven by Mrs. Abraham K the i-'l ida Regional director
the M l. [nyonei Chinuch,
ucatii ol the Lubavitch
Chassid c moi ement,
>Irs. Sihucrmo announced the
.lowinc appointments: M r s .
raham DIatt, Mi-- Pauline
undwerg and Mis 1' earl
chwartz, honorary chairmen;
Sydney Levine, membership
-airman; Mi- Morton Mayberg,
easurer; and Mrs. Korf, cultural
airman.
Chanuka Fete
At YA Hospital
lival ,ii Chanuka will be ob-
rved at Retn Torah Coi
.on Religious Srhoo] with da-..
irtfes, (.'.mi assemblies, and
-i-iiz programs George Katzman,
hairman of the Board ol Educa
m. announced.
On Thursday. Dec 12. students
: the elemental") Hebrew School
epartmenl were to participate in
quiz program and receivi
eidels and Chanuka gelt from
c Religious School I'TA
Sunday School program on Dec.
IS will include a movie. "Chanuka
n Israel.'" and the songs of Judy
[ate, IsraHi singer.
The Junior High students will
aserve the festival at a party
nd college bowl on Sunday, and
n the final two days of Chanuka
ach class will hold an individual
-arty.
Members of the fifth grade and
'.ne student choir will present
Jjeir annual program for the resi-
ents of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
.MRS. MAURICE GOLDRiNG
Life Members
To be Honored
Sisterhoo i ol Congregation Beth
Israel will honor life member- at
the membership brunch to be held
Tuesday. 11:30 am. ai the Fon-
taincbleau lintel.
Mr.-. Maurice Goldring, mem-
bership chairman, ha- announced'
that life member- will participate
in a candle-lighting ceremonj and
receive gol charms in the shape
ol a tree ol life.
A fash and wig show will be
presented with cloth.- to be mod-
es il bj Sisterhood members: Mrs.
Petei G ring, Mr-. Louis Pol-
lack Mr- Bernard Bistacky and
Mrs Murray Rosenberg. Mr-.
Sej mour Eisenberg will < tier a
p ol pii no -elections.
Mr- Alexander C. MoskovitZ is
Sisterhood president. Mr- la
"in Spolter is life membership
t hairnian
They will be hosts at a Kiddush
billowing the Bar Mitzvah ser-
vice! in honor of their son.
Michael Levine
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Allan
Levine will be celebrated during
service- conducted by Rabbi !-aac
Ilirsh Ever on Saturday morning.
Pec 14, at AgUdatfa Israel He-1
brew Institute.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High and
attended the Institute Religious
School. Active in sports, the Bar
Mitzvah was the recipient of sev-
eral scholar-hips in sports and
drama in Montreal. Canada.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception will be ho-tcd bj Mr. and
Mrs Harry Levine. T::i"i Carlyle
Ave. parent! Of the celebrant.
His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
George Belkin. ol Montreal, will
be here for the occasion
Jay Sitgel
.lay. son ol Mr. and Mrs Julian
A. Siegel, 7517 Buccaneer Ave
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah on Saturday morning,
Dec it R ii in Mayer Abramowiti
will officiate
i Jay is a student at Nautilu-
Junior High an,I also attends the
religious school at Temple Menor-
ah.
A luncheon reception following
services will be held at '.he Km
I ers
Michael Watstein
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oil"'
iated at the Bar Mil/vah of Mich-
ael Watstein durum services at
Temple Ml norah on Saturday
morning, ih c. ".
Son oi Mr- Helen Watstein,
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High,
where he is a member ol the Re-
serve Band
Other interests include baseball
and chess
Seth Michelson
On Saturday morning. Dec 1-4.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offic-
iate at the liar Mit/vah of Seth
Gary Michelson at Temple Judea
An eighth grade honor student
at South Miami Junior High. Seth
plans lo continue hi- religious
studies. He has placed first in
school essaj contests, and in- hob
bies include stamp-collecting and
building models.
Mr. and Mrs Bernard Mich
elson, 6039 S\\ 64th PL, parents ol
the Bar Mitzvah, will honor him
;.t the Oneg Shabbat on Fridaj
evening and at the Kiddush on
Saturday.
c
Leon Block
Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs Al-
tred Block, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion <>n Saturday morning. Dec II
Rabbi Simon April will officiate,
student in the congregation's
Hebrew School, the celebrant at
tend- Westview Junior High.
where he '.as the recipient of a
Science Award, and plays trom-
bone in the schodT orchestra
Following l-'riday evening ser
vices, Mr. and Mrs. Block will
host the Oneg Shabbat They
will also honor their son at the
Kiddush on Saturday m l'opiel
Hall and at a dinner a! the Royal
Palm Hotel in the evening.
Leslie Safer
Rabbi Morris A Skop and Can-
tor Herman K. Gottlieb will of
tieiate at tin- Bar Mit/vah ol
Leslie Frank Safer during Satur
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A latke party hosted by the
Dora Stein Sisterhood in the social
all of the Israelite Center will
:* held on Sunday. Chairman of
he 6 p.m. affair is Mrs. Estelle
Lazarus, with Mrs. Sarah Mitch-
til in charge of tickets.
Brandeis Board
In JFK Memorial
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tee, will be held on Friday.-Dec.
20, 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Morris Minov. Morton Towers
North
Mrs. Samuel Goldman, presi-
dent, will conduct the business
agenda, including discussion of
the presentation of a John Fitz-
gerald Kennedy Memorial Book
Collection.
Book fund vice president. Mrs.
Helen Sanders, and co-chairmen,
' Mrs. Donald Rubin and Mrs. Ralph
Spero. are accepting contributions
to the Book Fund for the mem-
orial.
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day morning sen-ices. Dec. 14, at
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Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Safer.
7305 SW. 131st St.. the celebrant
will enter the confirmation depart
ment.
Kiddush. lollow m- the cere
ninny, will be held in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah.
Mark Eisenberg
Saturday morning services, Dec.
14. at Temple Zion. conducted by
Kabbi Alfred W.ixman, will include
the Bar Mitxvah of Mark Bhten
berg.
M.irk is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard EUsenberg, and grandson
of Mrs. Anna Bisenberg and Dr.
and Mrs Joseph S. Jone-
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High, where he
plays trumpet in the concert and
marching bard. Mark plans to con-
tinue his studies in the Temple's
confirmation class
Kiddush following the ceremony
will be in honor of the celebrant
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December 13, 1963
* ImAgHhrifMQdn
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Golden Age Club
"knq tinal arrangements for the installation
sr dance of Miami Beach Zionist District
are standing (left to right) Bernard Kate. Her-
man Wemtraub. Gil Rappapoit, Sidney Ray-
:;;, ,, ; Julius I. Rosenste.n. Seated 0X6
rt E. Ossip. past president of the district;
iBrandeis District
I To Hear Heller
District >f ll Zionist
: America, which
sorth Shore area ol
h will iponsor a corn-
open meeting on
ovci ing, Dec. to. at
. -, Tamid. accordin
program chairman
. speaker will be Daniel
commander <>t the
War Veteran* of the Unit
Miami Beach attorney
>:. who waa a par-
... a special I JA stud)
el organized on a
[or outstanding young
mmunit) loaders. Heller,
as in-: been presented the
Mit'i Award ;is "out
.; Miamian" by the
Jewish Appeal, has
leadership awar -
I istai ding service to Ihe
Caplan, president ol
iJtnct, will introduce Heller,
n : ounced musical pro
ill be presented. AUo to
A ill be a report by Al
Ossip, president >f ,nc
Council of the Greater
ZOA Districts
Israelite Center
Chanuka Fete
! b iy and girls of the Is-
; (enter Religious School
will present a pageant entitled
en of the Maccabees" on
Sunda>. 10 a m.. in the Center
E Hall. The annual eelelna
' : the Festival of Chanuka
will be followed by a latke party
by the Dora Stein Sister
howl and the Youth Group
Directed by Phyhss Zisroan,
i teacher, assisted by other
n >r- al the teaching Staff,
the pro-ram will present skit-. In-
Itrumental numbers, traditional
holiday aonga and ceremonial
lighting of the menorah by the
| er students of the sehool.
Vci-ompanlmeat on the piano
vill i>< by Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Starred as Judah Maccabee ia
Kevin Hen, with Stuart Bell, Dav-
id DeBarge, Spencer Kcrwi-cli.
Perl. Roberta Meister.
Janet Silk, and Peter Resnick.
following the pageant. Cantor
I lia Cohen will lead the entire
assembly in a Chanuka songfest.
Harold Shapiro, immediate past president;
and Joseph Mechlow. The dinner will be held
Ian. 12 at the Deauville Hotel and was post-
poned due to the national period of mourning
for the death of the late President Kennedy.
Golden Age Friendship Club ol
the Miami YMHA "ill hold it- an-
nual New Year- Eve party Tui'S-
daj Dec 31, 8 p.m.. in the Y
Auditorium, ISO SW 16th Ave. Sup-
per and dancing will be included
i the celebration. Committee
ers are Mrs Rose Cutler.
Mrs Rebecca Goodfriend, Al Vaa
.: ,i Abraham Berrin.
HoJIohon Given Rank
Dual rank of page and squire
... eonfi rred on Hep George L.
Hollahan Jr., Dade county mem
I,,,. 0| the House ol Representa-
tives, and Nat Collier, counsel to
the Dade di legation of the Florida
House of Representatives and a
I Attornej General, by the
, ,,, i-'iwui Knights of Pytn-
Ias Lodge Meeting was held at
Hibiscus T. mple on Monday even
..,l Was conducted bj i han
i Commander Fred Zeiger.
Joint Chanuka
Fete Tuesday
Poalc Zion Organization of
Greater Miami. Bialik and Ben-
Gurion Branches of Labor Zionist
Farband. Pioneer Women's Clubs
One and Tikvah have arranged a
Chanuka celebration for Tuesday
evening.
To be held at 8 p.m. in the Far-
band Center. 842 Washington Ave..
the affair will be chaired by Dr.
Simon Wilensky
Guest speakers will be Dr. Isaac
I nterman and Yeshayahu Alma-
gor. major In the Israel Army.
The traditional Chanuka program
will also present Beryl Morrison
in appropriate recitations and a
communitj sing led by Jacob Fish-
man.
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IKROMK KI.MII M.I.
Ri if K KIMII
,1 1. ,i I
own
IN THE COUNTY JUOOK'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA '*' PROBATE
No. 61515-A
IN RK Bat
i i:na LEVIN,
ICE TO CREDITORS
T
D.mu. suli
''v?,'; ,-, heiebj n Ifled
mitred in piewt nl > lain* ni i
,.,,,.. whUli may haw a. -n
LENA MC\ IN dee. '
!,,, ( |,|. C.i hi" Hi.rlila, i" ""
,>. JudRp* I'ade County, ami
w..... m dupll; He ami H pro-
vlded lii Section : i, i ;'ri m-
,.-. in ihelr ..in.- "" """>
,,.,hotiae in Dade County. PI. rlda,
within nix calendar month; from in*
time .' ih- Ural pnbllcatloB hereof,
,,r ihe .-.ini. ill he barred. .
Dated al Miami, P.......... '!> '"'
da ..I December, A.U. IMH
SAM PEL KATZ
Aa Exei utor
Flral publication ..f thin not......n
,he 13th day of December, ll
SMITH .v MANDLER
1 ,nmrj H Smith)
Ati..in-, foi Eatate ol l..n, 1,
liri l.in. -in Rd., Miami "jach- I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13221
NORMAN i" SCHWARZ,
Plaintiff.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
elicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Dial Wi 2M5
ior messenger aerrice
LEGAL NOTICE
ti.
1-iT
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. tii
Restaurant Certified
The Flamingo Kosher Restau-
rant, 743 Washington Ave. Miami
Beach, Mr and Mrs Irving Mar
in-, proprietors, is now under the
l&tricl supervision ut the orthodox
[Vaad Hakashruth ol Florida and
hi- director, Rabtl Dr. laaac Hirsn
[Ever, who lully certifies thai 'he
[Flamingo Kosher Restaurant,
r'uith steady daily mashgiach
I'M the premlsea, is now a itrlctly
|Ku-her establishment."
AJCong. Plans
Community Fair
On 'I bur-day and Friday. Dee
26 and 27, Florida Women s Di-
vision of the American Jewish
CongrcM ill hold an outdo.,
Communitj Fair at the Ida Fishei
junior High School, 142- Drexe.
Kye rrom 11 am. to 10 p.m.. on
lne nrsf day, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
en the second day.
,,r gUesta who "Come to the
Fair" there will be foreign food
delicacies, a book bar. artificial
flower garden, Israeli and Far
Eastern handcrafts and a clothes
,. exhibit "1 art. seulpure.
,,,,,,, Bd Jewelry by local
"Serial feature will be a per-
,orn7ance by the Miami leach
Senior High Sehool Band on Thur.v,
da) at 1 M p.m.
New Branch For
Biscayne Federal
Rfbton-CUtting eeremon.es on,
Monday morning. 9 a.m.. will *
HCnv >uinu open the door, of
he fourth Branch of Biacayne Fed-
!,,,, Uvings and Loan Association
In Ihe Miami Civic Center
"Yn.Mden, F Albert Pallot has,
announced lhal Biacaynes newest
facility win be convenient to UM
Sy thousanda of penon. rerid-
TiStfffW new hrjnch will
be vemon 11. Molusky. 4WJ1 NV 9th
te Hia.eah. who ha. b-en -
ciated with Biscayne Knkiai
..,,- organiaaUon. He torroer-
i" headed the Coral Way Brand.
;,t tern) Coral Way worth.
Located al the corner ol North
, ,h SI and nth Ave-. ad-
lacent to the PP*?0,ao "J
Uarch institute the alijlaa
building wiU contain "**J
:t Architects were '"loi"1-.
Johnaon and Associates and the
builders were Palm Industrial
Corporation.
Cardiac Hospital
Card Party Set
Monthly luncheon and card par-
ly ol National Children's Cardiac
Hospital is called for Tuesday noon
at the hospital
Ml proceeds are earmarked for
purchase ol equipment for the hos-
pital.
Chairman is Mrs Reuben Sch.ld.
M Altll.VN A S.'llU AKZ
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TO: MARILYN A rt'H "''.
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Si w York : >, -N- """^ ,,.,
V., MARILYN A. SCHWARZ
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!,..,. .,.. I 1th >U> oi Janua
M VOU fall 10 'I" ~"- I'.-'H-'l' ''> '' "
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11,.i. 11 > Clerk
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Miami Bench Florida
Attornej tor I'lulntlfl ^ ^ ,. f ,
NOTICE UNDER
.;r,r,;.i"i./.
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BDWARH R' BBl>H
,;,-,.K.-.r. .1 TM.I.VN"!"'-
Vttorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln R '
Miami Beach, Pla l r. .....:-t |
No. 63C13003
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I lintiff,
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='"bY PUBLICATION
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..:":,::,'^:J;1/:,;^:;L''^,^
:'.:'-vV- v.;.',-.z.fiK
,-,. -....I name with iii. < k?rk of th
.....,., i ....i..i> I
THOMAK J BRAM>YB
vnoxovirz, sn.vKi: a her
vuoi... > for Applicant
...i; Alnnl. > I
Miami 38, Pla. ,.._.._ ..
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GOODMAN
WILLIAM I' i-
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ended lllnes* at ''' -,'t.1-
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Avi Vlled Dec Horn In Po-
j ,- ,. ,..,. ,., this counin and
iv i n N.-w Tork until is >jar
"go when h. '"" '-f"1
,.r Miami Reach. A leader In Jtw-
|,h affaire here. T..K-.... < H
time oi hi* .u-..tii. a* pn -"'''".,,'
,.,- inaml Beach: '"ffirut W*
s...-i. tv: truate* ol h'?r5f. ^k
.letv, and a memher or ""
,, : cirei, 6S ol Miami Beach.
He wna owner of th.- HolHna*-
"orth Apm sniv"-;r"""r
ife, Karah; daughter, Mra.
",.. Hheldon: Kin Stanley; two
brothers, Je|li '..';-" :">''
Mordecal Y...-1I-." nl X; o k.
. |HU.ri Mr- Mill Tuchbnnd of
\ k and two a'-an"":
,.,.. lubbl Heaael m- i;"-'- ';r
i ... Vln .1.. kaona hrother.
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NOTICE UNDER
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v \v 'Mh We., Miami, Pla. Inteniw
^,Vr.:..,V, wld name with the Clerk
I!,: ;;,:'(-i,,,,t Courl ol Dad. County.
''""'.'...MiNi.-K H.ST,:,AN'i
Sole iwner
s. Philip Malapi i
Attornej i" owner |3-;o.;t, i '
IN~THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
coJrt INANO FOR DADE COUN-
TY FLORIDA. IN PROBAT t
No. 57471-B
In RE: Eatate of
VKTill'l: I- MU KI.I.I.. SR.
noti'ce'of intention to make
APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la herebj flven lhat
nave filed Ptaal Repor' ",'"' 'W!'.'.:','. !
for Diatrlbutlua and Unal Pla. nnive |
,,< Admlniatrati \ of the eatate ol |
VKilli II I. MICKLBR, KR de. eaa-
,.,i Bnd lhal "ii hi- ath daj ol Jan-
uary, I9M. will apply to ii"- Honor-
Uble CWunty Judaea "f Bade < ount>.
Plorld, for approval nl aald Flna
Report and for dlati Ibutlon and llnal
nlHoharae aa Adoilnletratlx
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tta
,hl. underalnned dealrlng to >*
., bualnea- under ^^""SJSLJ^BI
, f IKKKI'MAN >' CLEANERS B
.,,j c,,ral Pay. Miami. Pla.. Intend,
. r. -.- i aald nami with the < !
, L-ourl ... Dade Count>.
F'0rlUnTHOMAH J BRAXBYS:
KRCINOVITZ, BILVER W HER
attorney* foi Applicant
...,: Alnali i Bulldlna
Miami 32. Florida ;
dlachai-ae aa Adminiatrattt ot ine ? ,,. Conareaa Blda.,
eatn.....! the .....*. -nan.-.i -i.; 'b '" Id Avenue. Miami, Plorlda.
Tls 2Uth nay "f November. I lm, -,,, ,1;l>. f ,nnill
ih) R08E MICKLER
Bj : William V I'atteaon
ELI AS HORKN, Attorney
-, \v. Klagle. St.. Son,- ilO
Miami, Plorlda ,, .,
77. of I56S
hemsi. Eleasar Cohen,
|.,. n, < Ave. Blank
MARKS. I...UI-. 7-'. of 216* Baj Dr..
died N"v -"' Blaab. tv.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. "N
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO3C129a2
NOEMI Ll'lSA LOPEZ,
Plaintiff
Va.
FERNAXDI 1/ H'l-Z.
I.. rendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: H'ERNANDO LOPEZ, ISLA DI
PINi.s JAIL (CARCEL) RE-
|l*|!I.C OP CUBA
TOl" FERNANDO LOPEZ, lala i
Plnoa Jail (Care. l. Rapublic "f CuOJ
ire required lo file your anawer t
the Complulnl for Divorce with th.
.... above Cum. and aervi
.,, th, ,-. ,.i upon Qlno P NeRretti
BldK., I'
. oi
i .... the Ttli day "f Januan
1964, ,|... ,.....iplalnt will be take)
*"lmrT*n?*Miami, thia Srd day o
,:';,: vniKKMW
cii rk "i ihi Circuit Court
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Corporation Seals and Supplies
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'Jewish Floridian
Miami. I loiida. Friduy. December 13, 1963
Section C
CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL: FULL SIX STORIES TODAY.
Cedars of Lebanon Completes Upper Floors
'Pt -ChhciW in JVovtmbr, 1961 jVow C ars i I bai >n Hospital In am is now
i ; i alit)
I opened for its lirsl patient load
be, |j, i.h,. i the hospital,
h, ;, tn pol bi Miami "medical cit)
i one h i Ih impn ssi
like anj n rmal \ story
opei I lb N ivember with i nly
U iv, i wri in i the '"'' """''*'
I an urusucd shellwaiting I ad
turn to be i ami l d Barelj did the
ii be in to function, when M rapMlj filled
I ad lo i apacit)
, Ian i i Lebanon officials knew that their
i of comptetnag the upper three floors would
e !.. be made I reality as quick!) as possible
' r to meet the area's need for hospital beds
Public Works Grant
Then. ml of $6.10.210 which, the local matching funds
rough! the hospital's expansion program to 11.060,
construction on the top floors got under way
i Apr. 8. The project is successfully concluded
iv Bj the en.! ol this month, it is anticlpat-
the) will be Oiled to capacity,
plans called for the addition of nt beds
ing the old tos capacity to a 282 bed facility;
Hit of the laboratory, taking over fhe
pace formerly occupied by the Emergency Room;
inn ol the Emergency Koom end Physical
Therapj Department Into the nev. addition; i
ion and changes in the X-Ray Department; addi-
tion second storj in which a Conference Room
. m iK' located; expansion ol Hie Administrative
, ifeteria and Lobby Shop; and a Develop
Fund offii e
Sow, a shotl nine months Liter, the facilities
arc ready, and patients are already occuping the
upper floors
The Federal Governmenl recognized that C I
ol Lebanon Hospital could not function at its
; potential with the upper three floors unfinish
,,| and our intake limited." explained Harry L.
Lewis, president.
Work Space Expanded
Architects smith and Rorach, original design-
ers of the hospital, planned the six-story structure
to allow for the present expansion. Bach Qoor in-
cludes 14.330 sq ft. of work space. Three new
Hoors will thus add a total of 42.990 sq. ft. to the
medical and surgical care area.
There are now four X-Ray Laboratories instead
o| twoa blood bank for each laboratory, a larger
and more accessible Emergency Ramp, a big
Out-Patient Department and numerous improve-
.,,;- in physical facilities all designed to bring
. bout better patient care.
\s Ine top three floors begin opening to the
public here are now a total of 126.000 >q. ft, in
the big six rtory structure.
More than S140.000 in added costs have gone
cli cal laboratories, alone, it was pointed oul
hospital officials, Laboratories are, by far, the
most expensive item ol construction in the bos
I, calling for installation ol a multitude ol com
x electr circuits, which service delicate re-
truing instduments. In addition, reserve
1 i*s are needed to stand i>> in case ol power failure
due tc natural causes, such as storms u
canes
The origii 1! laboratorj space has row
1 lar rom l,7i q. I.....h 1,010 sq ft.,
and the nun 11 ir ol ro ha> e doubli I sjn< e
IS61, it is repctcd by Dr. Daniel Sckfn er, chiel
pathologist and director ol laboi itories,
\- a result of the building program, the entire
second Poor is to become the Matermtj Wli
the third floor '.-ill be a medical and surgical are .
th. fourth floor has become a Hearl Pavilion, with
an intensive care section monitored bj a "Heart
Saver;" (hi fifth il..... i^ 1 medical and surgical
area; d ihe sixth floor will become a private
patient pavil
The two new wings are built ol rcinfoi
concrete and fire-proof construction.
Facility's Value Zooms
A the patient to converse with his nurse by means
of a p.llou speaker. Thi- is a two-way communica-
tion on e special wave length The voice ol the
path ll i a,1 re.i.h lhe r.ursc. no matter in what
section ol the building she may be, and the verbal
exchange can take place quietly without disturbing
leilow-patienis 1 the same room
An finishing touches arc put to the city's
est noi ectariar, non-profit hospital, estimates
ih building's value now range in the vicinity ol


"Page 2-C
+JtUtnrridftr
New Conference Re Dm
Will Make Very Welcome
Addition ti> Cedars' Needs
The teai
i Lebanon Hospital will get
a boo-t through the use of elec-
- in the ultra-mo ern Au-
nce Room
ted vi ral *eeks ago in
the :
Standing at a speakers' lectern
I nd of the hall, to
if the projection screen, the
lecturer can ill control the light-
ing in the entire room with the
flick of a rheostat knob; (2) con-
trol the sound track on the lilm
being projected; (3) raise and
lower the screen by electronic
switch; (4) and develop "hard"
or "soft" lighting in the Con-
ference Room by manipulation
of the electrical "Dimmer
Board'* incorporated into the
lectern base.
Accoustically perfect, so that
normal conversational tones car-
ry easily from one end of the
room to the other, there are alo
sound-absorbent ceiling panels
and heavy nylon floor-coverings
to keep extraneous niises at a
minimum.
I)<-igned for lecture classes,
meetings of the hospital board,
trustees and medical staff, the
Conference Room can be ap-
proached from the inside hall on
the second tloor. and also from
the doctors' private parkins
area, ju-t west of th.- building
This i :o re^ch
"om quickl) by a pi
.i few steps iron
ars.
The Conference Roi ra is
by appr ximately 30 ft.
wide, contains some 1.500 sq. ft.
(;t workspace. It ..i- jo i p> :
sons easily. Walls an
with dark walnut paneling and
are devoid of any decorations
with the exception of the Presi-
dents' Hall of Honor. This is an
area set aside as a gallery for
display of natural color portrait
enlargements of the hospital's
presidents. These have been
executed by Cecil Holloway. not-
ed artist-photographer, and in-
clude likenesses of Dr Morton
Halpern. Harold Landfield, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Samuel Sapiro and
Harry L. Lewis,
The trustees' table is U-shaped
and was designed by cu-tom fur-
niture craftsman Maurice Pav-
low. Thirty-four trustees' chairs
in contemporary Italian styling
each bear a gold anodyzed name
plate of tin trustee who occupies
the seat at meetings.
Completely air-condiloncd and
up-to-date in every respect, the
long-needed Conference Room
will be a welcome additon to the
teaching program at the hospi-
tal.
VIEW OF THE CONFERENCE ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR.
Automation Moves into Laboratory;
Possibility of Human Error Eliminated
Automation has moved into
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Laboratory. Not so long ago,
laboratories were populated bj
men and women in white smocks,
measuring fluids in test tubes,
holding them to the light and
Judging them on the basis of ap
pearancc color, odor, or consis-
tency.
The white-smocked people are
still there. But they've been
augmei te b) devices which
usually bear the prefix auto"
iuti anaiyu r, Autotechnii
or other multi yliable titles like
Clol timer and Flui riume
I dai "I Lebanon Ho?|
pan ii d laborator). just
- th" latest
Survey Slows Hospital Fees
Low for Miami's City Size
A patient occupying a two-bed
room in a Miami hospital pays
than in most large cities, a
nationwide survej reveals.
Onlj thrt c out of 20 top n
politar. areas average lower than
the SI".70 a day here. ,*.r Amer-
ican Hospital Association survey
-
pesl charge is in Cleve-
ith San Francisco
; close second at 129 Charging
than Miami were Houston.
$1; 10; Dalli $16 ; I; and New
1 316 30.
pitals aver
ago, $23.20. Aver-
a e lervice el for a semi-
>m in the State of Flor-
ida is $16.70brought down by
the non-metropolitan area aver-
age of $15.30.
Some cities average more than
Miami Tampa-St. Petersburg,
S18.40. and West Palm B
$18.70 Some are lowerFt.
Lauderdale Hollyv nod, S17.30;
Jack nville, S15.60; Orlando.
S16.30; and Pi $1 i go
The survey found that the
age dailj sen ice char [e :<.r hos-
pital bed- increased |l last yei r,
from 118.40 to $19.40, over 1981.
A wide es
indicated, from $10.80 in rural
pi to $29 m thi
Francisco-Oakland an
The AHA said the difference i-
the resull of labor costs, com-
plexity of service and items in-
clu led in the
Daily service charge Includes
board and room, routine nursing
and medical supplies, but not
Operating Room, X Hay. labora-
tory and special drugs and sup
plies.
Technician mckes rapid chemical cnalyso'3 ln newly-auto-
mated laboratory.
The laboratory the sen
(enter 01 the hospital
chemical analyses
ii nts' bod} fluids di pi 1 I m,ic
of th physician:
sul sequent treatn
As a result, everj patienl \
admission lo Cedars sets a '
lire laborator)
whal thai tamplii
for Under cer
ad itional tesl
attei lii phj -. '
lion.
Ri .1 ard
made, Ihe Woo
abnormality
and 1 :
... ..
Iiifererl pr e
ed in nrii
in tin-.- daj
n ine as mu< h
bod) i hemisti) as '*"
reek or tei a '"
ago," sal 1 Dr D '
1 edars' ehi) 1 pa h
the lab
h instruments -
anal)-zer Fpeed up
This device t sti II
ke 1
hi ui
USI 1! 10 '
'I In' bloi d sampli
..i thn 1
I is mixed

II ime protein-free,
1 r temperatur foi
ui mitted to a photo 1
\' hich determines the
The Hodb | are rcc
on a chart.


-ember 13. 1963
A MAGIC INGREDIENT
* Jmlst> nor&0tn
Page 3-C
nen's Auxiliary
\lr. Majcr Conirihilia;:
Jc Growth of Hospital
40*
CHER IMPORTANT ASSIISTANCG
PACE 5C
j i(-> tul bospi
, v. tinea's auxil
lara of Lebanon it
Vmiiarv
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U'. ii i
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ft i ... v I I
"I have
pride
tl i
tOUl h i i
i ingredient ui -up
nt's comforts and
ii is good to know
. goes mi 365 daj -
are growing and
Our blueprints have
We have complel
r three doors, adding
i .1- Tin- laboratories are
ir Heart Pavilion is
and automation has be
emphaaia. And. of
the ladies, your Lob-
now three times its

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Lewis sees it: "Maintaining
to !> operation,
irds of patient care
et i
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call
he Aux exl
.-kill- and ti
reater respoi sibilttii in
our expan .ion program."
Lewis urged all members "i
the Auxiliary "to give full sup
I" i to Mrs Tcil Lotterman,
youi president, and your officers
in anj projects you undertake \
team effort works best, helps
most people.
"I salute the hard working
h i men h hose credo is 'service'
Ami i wish to express mj thanks
lor your unflagging interest in
our hospital, a non-sectarian in-
stitution which stands as a bea-
con of mere) and healing for all
uho come to it- do< rs."
C. dars cl Lebanon Auxiliary members dem-
onstrate real interest in progress of building
expansion as they're taken on a tour of the
new facilities by Hospital Administrator Sen-
ford K. Bror.stein. He's seen with Mrs. Ted
Lotterman (right), president of the Women's
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Benjamin Oren, a char-
ts member of the organization..
Ke Trudged ThrcurS She Tap Three Ffocrs
In Deep Satisfaction Murmuring: 'Beautiful'
SIX VOLUNTEERS AT WORK
Expanded Lobby Shop Features
Roster of Many Novel Articles
i
new Lobh; Shop
in tull >-i i i atio
(I I
ion of Mr
chs man the
th i bright and ch i
stablishment has be
ipular n i
rep ; thai
bj -i\ women vol-
h day More tha
to dispense gr< I
s, toys, books, dm -
.I'1 oods
and bouqw ts. Ten
p oul weekly.
inded Lobb) Shop is
the ori inal
es ,i 100 tq. it
and ;< meeting room
Vuxilian.
fully planned overl
ei n install
,v the rticles to best
I i : white for
. ned to tit the urn-
ice.
Mrs.
; t IV ori -'/ .
unique appi a] of the displ
: collect!......[a -\ ide ai 11
and
i oveltj .i 'welry rii< i al
ers
Among the i ne l items
i are manj inal
ij Flor-
ida i r >i m n, Manj
are i arrii d in stock, as v I
Mrs Ben Novack h is been In
ol the nti ri i i dor
... s vil pi iceeds Irom
i to th ho pital.
Samuel and Mary Spector,
who ere named Standard Bear-
ers of Philanthropy by Cedars oi
Lebanon trustees, will he honor-
ed for their generosity and con-
tinued su] port of the hospital.
(in the sixth fl ior, a handsome
hand ear* i iche has been I
asi Ii tor each ol the well-known
com muni t' pioneers. In each
opei.ing will be permanent!) in
stall d a br inze life like |
oi both Mi- Spector,
pxei it< d by the noted sc ulptor
Thomas Famiglii
'l he spei' r ; imilj h
., ; role in the life
ol I edai Lebanon H<
',. Ol M J
,n theii dau
law, all their part t< brinj
! realit>
Dui ing ll e "lean" yi ars
the h | ital was n i -
worked hai I
in the fund drivi lea
ership, strength ai I >! his mi a is
to keep tin i
He has been accorded manj
honors ami tributes in his color
iul lifetime, but few say so much
for so manj appreciative pat-
ients as doe- the pair oi bronze
profiles on the sixth floor.
'I In- will now be known as the
Spector Pavilion.
The pioneer philanthropist who
has i .ult some of Miami's fin-
est residential, comercial and
a
view of one corner of the enlarged Lobby
I Shop, with volunteers Mis. Leo Berman (left)
and Hazel Bakst (right) busy tidying up new
displays.
industrial buildings is tlnnkin
ol retiring. But It's only
thought ai this point
if he preferred, Spector, who
says he's 78, could lean back in
an easy chair and bask in the
-low ol what he has ace implish-
ed in a unique lifetime, But
he probablj will hold this idea
at arm'- length for a good while
He loves to bml I, And he has
i | this same dedication on
to his five sons, Irving^ Julius,
Louis, Elinor and Barnett.
They're all part oi the firm of
Spot-tor and Sons, 'there are 25
grandchildren and 13 great-
ndchildren, "Pop" Spector
I ells you, proudly.
Sams life read- like something
cut ol the Horatio Alger paper-
back hook- which were so pop
ular when he was a young num.
Arriving in Manchester, Eng-
land, from Russia in 1905. he
realized the "big move" was to-
wards the golden U.S., and he
made the journey to Boston.
The country wa- in the
throes of a strangulating econ-
omic depression, and there were
hard days.
But Sam. who had learned the
construction business since he
was twelve year- old. was not
discouraged. While still in his
teens, he had been entrusted with
a superintendent's job on a rail
road in Russia, riding herd over
600 carpenters and laborers. Was
he not a fully-trained craftsman
who had learned to do virtually
anything with a ruler, a hammer
and saw?
Alter 2o year- m Boston, Sam
and his fa mil) arrived in Miami.
It was 1926, and the boom was
on. but this didn't last.
Sam- fortune of $236,000 went
down the tram The family stood
itelj beside him. They all
went out to look for work Says
the man who has given nearly
a million dollar- to charity, "I
did odd j. h- fi r S3 a day, and
. glad to -i I '.i1
on. Spector and
could go in no other
ird
in im was elected a
( i in (oral
He built Sam Weissel'8
offici -- on what i- now
e Mile, In is>33. he
became the first licensed con-
r to build mass-prod, i.ed
h mes. Practically all the rest-
al dwellings in the south-
west section of Miami were
Spector home- Skill, training
and care paid off,
Despite the awesome depres-
ion "t th" "30's, the Spector
grew, the sons rallied by the
side of Pop.'" who was at his
desk ever) daj to keen the com-
pany together.
Among ether things, Spector is
.: devoutly religious patriarch
who was a founder of Beth Dav-
Continued on Pag 5-C
SPECIALTIES
All nursing stations are
being enlarged, and special
electronic equipment has
been installed to -peed com-
munications with all depart-
ments Patient-rooms have
individual air conditioning
and heal controls. A com-
pletely new telephone sys
teni has been installed in
each of the rooms. Now, a
patient can dial his calls di-
rect to his party without
first channeling the connec-
tion through the hospital
switchboard. Electrical out-
let- in the center of the floor
are placed to accommodate
both slide and movie pro-
jectors in the new Cedars of
Lebanon Conference Room.
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Friday. December
Patients at Cedars Can
Ccntnl Entry cf Natural
Light by ^Window Fins'
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Cost cf Hcspital Building
Runs High These Days
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TYPICAL PATIENT ROOM WHERE OUTDOOR LiGHTING MAY BE CONTROLLED
FROM RABBINICAL STUDENT TO BUSINESS TYCOON
Saul Silberman Standard Bearer
Of Philanthrcpy for Medical Center

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Tropical Park Rj
acted me to do
I went to Hi
College I completed i:vc pears
of a nice-year cour I
SU-
berman.
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a small dre>.s manufacturer he
already had a brother who was
a lawyer, another a- egjaeer
other a doctor An I mj
er decided that I had to
had air-.
80 m the family, l
posed to be thi
in his sixties -
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Tropical s ores
Troptci ..mer
o bet.
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First
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char.ty 1
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tree top floor- in r
SAUL SILBERMAN
med for Si I
pro.
Hi
the Found
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hard
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after hit
ler tool
Maryland Hi
'' War I
caused him I
i llegc Thi b, he cai
Baltimore and went liM
' bu Beat "
During the depressi went
to work with the Home Owners
porat s ai
er at 13 a house later jo
I i ral H isinc Admimsl
as field representative at
week At FliA. he rose to
assistant to the State adminis
trator of the agency in Balti
more
hi r.'38. after resigning from
PHA, he built a $600,000 hous-
ing project, lost $150,000, con-
\uued h,s creditors lie could re-
coup if they would stick with
him. He had them paid back by
1!M0 from profits on mure build-
in 1950 he and an as
:it the closed Randall racing
track in Cleveland for I
They poured money in, reopen-
< it, ard it was such
that Ohu> civic urged
tbej buy Painesville
a trotting track Paini sville
h.ul always been in the red, but
was in the black after onlj one
vear of SUbermaii
While in Cleveland,
hi the majorit} 11
m bs cha
ship team H<
bought Tri pii
And row Silberman was
dent of three horai "
chairman of the exec.il.'>
mittee of the Browns
He of the 01
-" I tew years Bgi

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nan and
irs LUttai
\ v For
three years, taej Bvs ,!"'
where the late !' esidenl
Keai | <\i on h; visit to
. Beach a \ear I
Modern Godmothers in Noble Cause
.:.:-..-..=-;r:r S.zr.:z:z ': :. .-..-
tot Cedars' dereiopensrnt drive *:
supervisioc of Haroki L>.
-. team _p *.-
securing denors
bos beer. ur.der the
\v
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Gedknothers to lerd their
pott of the
hospitals development f.:
These Godm
.n whose name S: been
ribatted or pledeed. p^
a fiv e v She u
called a Godmother because her
-plied toward
of b.
Mater u .-. Her
a 1
: eatecery,
n Govln-
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over
donors receive
- with
he center, and their
scribed m perpe
a facility of her choM
Gturcbana, women who
\rs, have
names inscribed upor
;h the 'Tre,
a massive caned me:
the entrance of the h -
Gre.iter M.ami's wo-
become "fairy Cod"'

tructure More
children will
rt'bust health, ai
turned to their familie-
munity. all because a ^r
Gtxl mot hers helped


. December 13. 1963
gJeni%titier Minn
Page 5-C
THEY LEND A HAND WHEREVER NEEDED
Women's Auxiliary Assists Hospital
In Countless Important Ways Daily
..A mother's work is never
lone" is M,y*Bi "nil-n aP">
df-ir;i"'-
thc thousand-and-one
performed by mem-
^ ,; Women's Auxiliary
0f cedars ol Lebanon.
. \, iting fund-raffling pro
taken i>> the women
5 edars' doors were
op<"
is the Lobby Shopor gilt
Mrs Morris Blau has
,i | cti ,i ihi- work from the
Ihe petite establish-
IT,r; ;. conducted like a well
ted business
The \ ixiUary turned over $7.-
hospital earlier this
rhey've developed a
charge service far gifts and flow-
ers, an : dehrer anywhere in
Greater Miami.
A rapid!] expanding in-service
program keeps a great pan ol
Ihe membership busy al all
timej
In this work, volunteers "lend
.i band" wherever they are need
ed, The) can be found at work
assi mm in the laboratories, in
the recovery room, in room con
trol. with medical records, .it
the heart station, in the book-
keeping department, aiding the
ward secretaries with admis-
sions, and in the nurses' stations.
Others auist with patients" mad.
Specter Walked Thnugh
Flocrs Saying, 'Beautiful'
Continued from P9 3-C
id Synagogue In 19M. Just a
few years ago, he donated $260,-
r tin Beth David's new
auditorium.
At i edars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal, the Samuel Spector Pavilion
Ms madt possible through an-
other contribution of some $100.-
He has in recent years, con-
centrated on industrial buildings
such a- the warehouses and dis-
n points for Jefferson
- i RCA. I'hilco, Admiral
and Zenith companies. He built
i\ It plant for Sun
Raj chairs, and the Hill Bros
il a- the Seaboard
i Terminals.
- tm the draw ing board-.
-peetor and SODS
3 I 00 -c| ft tor U S
27 000 sq ft. for Shell
1 00 tor Modern Alumi
. 56,000 for Genuine
my, and more.
Specter estimates
i over i>(ki.ihk so,, it.
For a man who has
through two depressions,
orld war- and the nor-
mal quota of dail) cares. Sain
i heerful smile.
Mi.mil has been good to me
family Now I want to
huild lor my own community. 1
want to build for the soul, the
center. And for our
I Ith I want to build a
n Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital '
On the wall in Sam Spector's
Office at 575 SW 22nd Ave is
a modes! plaque, an award for
his help in rehabilitation of the
handicapped. He's proud of
that one. And there are man)
more.
During the construction per-
iod. Sam was a familiar >iyht,
trudging about the top three
floors, inspecting each step of
the work. He'ci pause, examine
the woodwork, the tile, the fix-
tures, murmuring "beautiful,
beautiful!"
Cost of Building
Runs Sky-High
Continued from Page 4-C
tecsiv< cat liac-care sections with
private rooms and round-thc-
clock electronic monitoring ol
patiei is' heart condition- has
been Installed at Cedar* of Leb-
anon Hospital.
The five rooms are buill il a
t shape i rou id a i cntn I
n to i.i manned b) nurses,
ieven days < week. 21 hours a
da)
Displayed on a console in
front ol the nurse will be each
patient'i puke, blood pressure,
temperature and heart rate
The heart rate will be I ispl I)
,.,| ,,> a wavy line on a screen
or strip of paper, showing the
natural electric pulse that keeps
each patients heart beating. Ml
alarm will alert the nurses il a
heart stop- or begins to "quh
er" dangerously.
The moment the alarm sounds.
an attendant will rush in and
begin external heart massage to
Comfort Cart deliveries, delivery
of flowers, and simply making
the patient feel "at home."
They maintain a Remembrance
Fund, an ; -nice the earliest
days of the hospital's beginnii _-
havi -ponsored ;i series ol fund-
i dsing luncheons an I parties to
help build the original hospital
sit ucture.
\ii\iliarv officers and Board
of Directors lor 1964 are Mrs.
Ted Lotterman, president; Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin, past president;
vice president-. Mrs. Benjamin
Orcn. Mrs. Doran Ziliner and
Mrs Morris lllau; secretaries.
Mrs. Mitchell Goldman, Mrs.
Max K Glasser and Mrs Law-
rence Adler; Mrs Nat Strauss,
treasurer; Mrs. Norman Brown.
assistant treasurer; and Mrs.
h'lloise Breslauer, parliamen-
tarian.
Board members are Mesdames
Sidney Aronovitz, Joe Berchan.
Leonard Brodsky, Gertrude Dun-
ner, Arthur Gilbert. Nathan
(Hover. Herbert Halpem, Morton
Halpern, David Hess. Harry Hor-
wich, Louis Lumbers. Herschel
B. Leschel, Harry L. Lewis, Sam
Luby. Sr., Stanley Margoshes.
Frank I'erlraan, Frank Rose.
Charles Rosenfeld, Samuel Sa-
piro, Byron Sparber, Sam Seit-
lin. Joseph Siegel, David Stuzin.
Phillip Warshaw, Fred Witkoff,
Warren Witus and Bernard Yes-
ner.
Skilled hands will create surgical miracles here. Every mod
em device is at the surgeon's command.
Procedures Indicate Big
Increase in Cedars Service
Service to Greater Miami
Harry Lewis, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and
his wile, Hazel, shown at recent dinner reception in benalt
of Cedars.
an Institution
in These Days
kei'p the patient's heart beating
A pace-maker, an electronic de-
vice which stimulates the heart
with tiny electric shocks, also
v ill go into action immediate!)
alter the alarm
Solid glass windows in the
walls i icing the monitoring a
tion will permit the nurses lo
watch the patients without ope:;
ing and shutting d
me reason lor building the in-
ten-ive Ireatmi nl area v as to
i |l| dou n On < Osts Ol ea'-e to the
i t. i.ev .- exnlained
Cosl per day will be below the
expense of a private room, pri-
vate duty noises around the
clock and heart rate recordings
taken dally.
Cedars
Novelties
Patients at Cedars of Leb
anon Hospital can now car-
ry on conversations with
their nurses, wherever they
may be in the hospital.
through a 'pillow speaker "
The patient and the nurse
are on the same wave-length
and can converse without
disturbing other patients.
Miami's Showmen's AflflO
elation is pitching in to give
!. ot Lebanon a help-
ing hi d Secretar) Mart]
ol Showmen's, who is
coi,lined tO a wheelchair
most ol the time, knows
what it meant to I" in and
cul ol hospitals, an says
the so< iation
ire l lars S
for life "

, la themt. .....I h
such a i' rful color, all
.al gov ns In
the ': Ra) i) ipartnw nl al
Cedar- ol Lebanon Hospi
tal are now designed in
"Sut- hire Yellow."
An imposing array of statis-
tics were disclosed this week,
indicating the rocketing growth
of the Miami community and
the correlative increase in pat-
ient-care at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
According to President Harry
I, Lewis. 10.226 patients were
admitted to the hospital in the
two-year period between Novem-
ber 10. 1981 and November 19.
1963
There were 4.735 surgical pro-
cedures, at 16.130 X Rays com-
pleted. Dade population was in-
5ed bj Ihe 1.111 babies born
at Cedai n this two year span,
including a set of triplets
., porl s 29 lab
, r itory pri e !ur< i r con
ductc i 1 i> re were
meals \ i d
1 txvo rears, fi h is| ital which
. |ted t ear-capaci y most
ol the lime, has playi d a n
part in restoring thousands to
good health.
A compact "photo studio" on
wheels is one of the innovations
installed at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital as part of the new ex-
pansion and building program
The camera will be used in
laboratory research to photo-
graph minute objects and copy
assignments of charts and illus-
trations.
A backlighting feature is built
into the base cabinet. This pro-
vides translucent backgrounds
in a selection of color that Im-
bues photographic sli is with a
rich quality. The backlighting
also provides shadowless lighi-
i the subject, helping to re-
11 i] hidden details.
Called "Pic Tek." the machine
; ie 'rati s all equipment easen
I to photograph) into a
mlired, mobile photo-ma-
. which use- an) type of
. mera i nd shoots either black-
, i color pictures.
Latest fashions in uniform* are worn by operating nurse* o:
Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital. Left to right are Gloria Getz
wearinq the "overhead" type with yoke front and tie back;
Diane Weisenborn, seen in the "wiap-arcund" model with
oval neckline, capped sleeves end giant-size pockets, anc
Mrs. James O'Hara, showing the "slipover" style with rounc
neck and draw-string tie.


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T'iday. December 13,
1963
-Jewish fk *M)
Page 7-C
JJrxettaitu Pclitical Future for Latin Jews Today
By RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FP
Correlation Beth Cl
Majoi South American ciiiaa
tii,.; i i i I.- \. uta I baciude
Maracaibc an I Carac s in Vwie
. and B i "|j In Colo nbti
The Ian can beal I):1 described
;... plac (s oi extreme coairas 1
have seen enormoui 'ea th and
, I > 1 Lib '! < I ows
\,.: Tever I we.it. i uiove along
., itreel which was I ned wath
t-xo.( I low ers, and w li le i si
I ,i ,. red light, .i tti >
hand be o igins to a boj of a! oul
, hi : i -i ihioagh rnj r.
indo\ accompanied !>> an ;i,>
i L>aJ lor pan" on ad
1 rode up Ihe "Teleferico" a
most in-' nous I'n [sneering i t>-.
Ii\ which ii cable car ascends the
top of Mi Avila, iverai ttioua
>.!!>! feel above tea level, over
looking the city ol Cara< a.id
^i the same time pasaed o.u .i i
area ol thousands of shacks in
which the peasants live without
, c ctrh itj ;>l imbing, and oi ler
modern con*. eni nee-,
it i> this contrast which is re-
sponsible lor the unrest ami mar-
II la pe "i atmosphere o e
. | r\ c rj V hire
\1> First m< upon landing at
a.i port ii' Maracail o was
o guards with mach'negun in
ii"i .i [riendlj welcome
i later disci veil
at ii airport was d>namited
. daj earl'er, and terrorists
inj v a 1 u a bli -
' plai brought in
in this setting thai the
I a.id work and pia
and their lutui es
A SaLbath Meal
: o personal exampl
I : da\ night It .i>
Sabl ..ih meal which I
- .. 'si nl Rabbi and Mis
< ak ol Caracas, that I heard
iun led like firecrackers
\i> host informed me
II A.i- rifle-fire He quickly
I m> surprise by telling
i this is a frequent occurrence
that one almost stops hear-
this alter ,i while He told
.i next door neighbor who
i there Irom the States,
" -: It lid
. i ,. pj J
wills, loured e\ rral S i> ( li
n conn ii i 1
/ r I M
S I i n
' t the td
ICllll
I
i
. I
i
and who happened one day to
hear some commotion outsidi
IK- wenl out to th" terrace lo
see what had happened, when
in un nre from the street
shattered hi- windows, and quick-
\\ dr ve him a 'd his curiosity
i ,ii ;, into the house II. im^ to
_,'i a c os up lew I som riot-
ing. Wit i th s explanation, we
i tinu -' singing Z mirol the
onal tons > pr tise, thank-
r the Sal i> iln pt .. i
1 had another sample ol this
while taking mm ing picl ires ol
., Pr dent's Pa ace in Carat
j> With a manned tank outside
the palace, and scores ol soldiers
w.th machineguns lining the Bur-
row ding gate, I litteo mj cam-
era to shoot the palace with u>
fascinating surroundings. A
guard quick!} came over and ea
oi ted me into the palace, where
Uiej took me up an elevator to
i he fourth floor i h > ha i me
Ha i in one ol the i .'mis wmle
they examined my papers and
took in-, camera into a n othe r
room. They returned about an
hour later and gave me back Ihe
camera and said to me. "Libre"
- "ll-" which is a beautiful
word In any language. A lew
I) OCKS from the palace. I opened
the camera and found that my
i Im had bean confiscated,
Eya on the Future
These turbulent winds have
tontriouted to the strong sense
of insecurity which the Jewish
communitj feels, While the Jews
.n these communities are loyal
'./'ii- who enjoy living there,
many have been making provis-
ions for any eventuality, such as
iranslering funds and buying
homes and making business In-
vestments in other countries.
The mam attraction in this re-
gard is the United States, and
Florida even more specifically,
with similarity in climate and
geographic proxmity as added in-
centives.
There is little racial or relig-
ious discrimination to speak of,
which has added to the Jewish
community's desire to remain
there. Their financial conditon
in most eases is extremely good.
Many have built up prosperous
enterprises and enjoy a high rung
m the economic ladder of busi-
ness and profession.
The major problem remains
the uncertainty of the political
structure A great number of
Jews In South America have wit-
nessed the perils of Nazism and
Communism, and their most .sen
sitive emotional nerve is instinc-
tively affected by rumbles and
revolts Indeed the material lux-
uries which they pursue and en
joy have not gilded or insulated
them from the elements of
changing political philosophies.
Price of Peace
One man I spoke with, who
owns a prosperous business es-
tablishment, told me thai he
would be prepared to give up
all his possessions if this would
be the price lor peace of mind
and political security Listening
to him tell of the struggles and
hardships which he and his wife
had to endure under Nazi rule, it
is not difficult to understand. His
palatial villa, Ihe likes of which
few ol u- have ever seen in our
own rich country, bungs him lit-
tle pU.: ure as long as it mi;-: be
.- rtounded bj a fifteen-fool high
ci ncn te w all topped of! bj im-
bedded jaggered glass and barb-
ell wire protection necessary
to protect him irom looting and
plunder.
The religious loyalties of the
Jewish community seem to gra>
Itate to extremes. I have spoken
lo some who have all hut severed
Temple Beth Sholom Religious School children participated
in a national Chanuka gift program by taking part in a
Ship-a-Box drive for the children of Israel. Gifts were col-
lected in classrooms on Sunday, Dec. 1, and Sunday, Dec 8.
Shown preparing for participation in the prograrn are Uett
to right) Gary Brant, Bari Berkman. Marc Brumer, Rita Cold-
man, Beth Wilson, and Preston Dortch. Sponsors are the
iNational Council of Jewish Women, Bureau of Jewish Lduca-
*tion. and Jewish schools throughout the Greater Miami area.
Mrs. Jason Berkman is chairman for the Temple Beth Sholom
collection.
their ties to the Jewish faith. On
the other hand. 1 attended the
synagogue service ol a strict Sab-
bath-observing group that wor-
ship in a second-story converted
apartment. I prayed there with
men, wearing "gartels"(Chas-
sidic garbi, "payoa" .traditional
sideburns), chanting and dancing
with the fervent piety ol the
Chassidic seel
Spiritual Icauer ot this group
:s Rabbi Shmariah Karelitz, a
learned scholar with a lull, d'S
lingu:shed-looking beard. The
rabbi was brought there re e itij
to teach a handlul of children of
tl.uly member families. It was
here that 1 joined with the other
men lo bless the new moon in the
traditional manner I also had
a most interesting visit at the
home of I'incus Gabel, the presi-
dent of the congregation.
NEXT WEEK: Extreme Piety
and Poverty.
PETER HELLER
Democratic Club Elects Heller
Peter F. Heller, public relations
counselor, was unanimously elect-
ed president of the Biscayne Dem-
ocratic Club at the club's annual
meeting in the Shelborne Hotel
last week
Heller is a graduate of City
College of New York and St. Johns
University Law School. He was
an official in the State of New
York before coining to Miami
Beach 22 years ago.
He is active in the Elks. Moose,
Ci\ic League, the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, and many charitable
groups.
Others elected were Hyman Lieb-
erman, firsl vice president; Sam
Aines. second vice president, Ruth
Schwartzberg, recording secre-
tary; Max Reich, corresponding
secretary; David Hubsch. finan-
cial secretary; Joseph Rieger.
treasurer; Ben Resnikoff, ser-
geant-at-arnis; Dianne Affachin-
er. Gabrielle Nash. Gertrude Scott,
and Ceil Gelman. members of the
Board of Directors.
USY Party Saturday
United Synagogue Youth of
Temple Tifereth Jacob will spon-
sor a Chanuka party on Saturday,
8 p.m.. at the Temple. 951 Fla
mingo Way. Hialeah. Teen-agers
Irom 13 to 18 are welcome.
I
Yeshiva Students
Abjure Oath
JERUSALEM(JTAi The 101
eshiva students on trial for tres-
lassing during a demonstration
wo months ago against the St. Jos-
ph's Convent School here, de-
lined to take an oath this week
n accordance with the practice of
Israeli courts in allowing persons
o testify without an oath if doing
.o is contrary to their religious
onvictions
Defense attorney Shmuel Tamir
said that dree of the youtns would!
take the stand and exercise their
right to make statements without'
cross-examination by the prosecu-
ion. The trial resumed this week,
after a recess of several weeks due;
to the illness of the Chief Magis-j
trate.
One of the defendants testified
that the demonstrations had been
directed not against the Christian
religion but against attempts by]
the mission to convert Jewish chil-!
dren by "bribing the poor, unfor-
tunate parents." lie said the dem-
onstrators had no intention of
causing injury or damage, and that1
none had been caused.
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Friday. December 13. 1963
Leo: the Jewish Nal >nal Fun'. Council of
Is Scroll of Ho.ior 'o Ezra Fi
Organizational Committee in recognition
. i en:ation was
made a: a recsr. I -re.
-<
Henry Ford Study
Appears Here
,j Atl irnej H irrj Simon-
Uior "i .1 ii<' I1''"
I jusi '''' i h Pub-
>.. JO
The pami Mot i- i ntitli 'i The
First Henrj Ford and ii's Dear-
born dent."
Sinn nhof! is .i noted histori in,
tl, r oi in:.' \ books, and a
rl i travi ler A bo ik t liction
by Simonhofl i> now in prepara-
bj Thomas Yoselofl Co.
The new pamphlet studies the
now natorious Ford newspaper,
which fir yc.-rs spewed forth a
vori-.ty of arti-Semitic tracts,
among them the renowned for-
gery, "Frotocols of the Eldeis
of Zion."
Simonhofl > ii
:: phlei I ili spite his i
.alien ol tii anti-Semitic libels h(
published, Foi d n i unre-
entanl to 'he end.
Henry I I evei
i i -:... -I the com ectioi bet
in- world w de circul ti ol "I he
on; Ji v i"! the 'Pr -
the Eldei ol /.:
millions in the
... > chambers i l Dachau ai .i
A u sch wit z Bcgen Belsen at: i
Buchenwald "
Beach Singers
Perform Here
First pei i ir concert of the nth
-hi. presented bj Beach Coinmunit) Sii gers, \ :.-
held mi Wednesday, 7 p.m. at the
Community Centi r 2lsl St. nd
Washington Ave.
The program ol Chanuka music,
under the leadership of new musi-
cal director and conductor, Hirsh
Marchbein-Marbiny, featuri
ist- Kduh Rothstein, Joseph
Shulman and Bernie Sager Accom-
pianist Anna Grief was at tile
piano
Program will be repeated
Monday. Dec. lt>. 7 p.m., at
Community Center, 7::nl st
Collins ave.
on
the
and
Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy makes ar-
angements fur the big "Cabaret Night" at the Carillon Hotel
.ast Sunday. Left to right are Mrs. Anne Laderman, Mrs.
Helen Parness and Heibert Parker, banquet manaqer cf the
Carillon.
Hospltcl Chapter
Planning Party
"Night Club" party will he held
by the Miami Beach Chapter of
Children's A-thma Research Insti-
tute ji Hotel on Saturday, Dec. 14. at II
p.m.
Mrs Si nej Ritterman. presi-
dent, announced that proceeds will
_.<> to aid the free treatment and
research programs ol the Home,
which currently is faced with a
i n sail Imission list oi severely
asthmatic children in need of the
Home': ne^ medical services,
Mrs. Bertram Whitman is chair
n.an. Seven Dade County children
. re ne in >)erver for medical and
psychological treatment
Mother-Daughter Breakfast
Sisterhood of Congregation B*nai
Baphael. formerly D.ule Heights
Jewish Congregation, held a moth-
er-daughter breakfast at the Park
Restaurant recently
Judge Friedman
In Talks Here
Judge Milton Friedman address-,
e I the Miami Beach Optimists on
Tuesday His topic was "Typical
.1 irist's Day in Court."
On Sunday, he spoke at South
i'e in preparation for the forma
lion of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge
tncre. Judge Friedman is a past
I resident m District 5 of B'nai,
B'rith.
Recently, he also lectured to a
class in Humanities at the L'niver
sity of Miami
Beth Am Eyes
School Goals
Newly-formed school board of
Temple Beth Am held a meeting
on Monday evening to discuss the
gonls. curriculum and other as-
lectl of the Religious School.
Beth Am has a total enrollment
'I BOO students in the school,
which meets on Saturday and Sun-
day mornings Mrs. Harry Ross is
principal. Prof. Edward Fox.
school board chairman, has an-
nounced that the following mem-
bers will serve on his committee:
Mr. and Mrs. William Asher.
Mrs. Louis Alper. Mrs. Norman
Ashhes. Mrs. Albert Aronson. Mrs.
Werner Baum. Murray Birchansky,
Mrs. Jack Diamond, Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. Mrs. Lewis Goodman, Jack
Oreen. Dr. Samuel Greenberg. Dr.
E ward Jeruss, Dr. Marcia Klain,
Mrs. Charles Kruglick
Mis Jay Leshaw, Mrs. Melvin
-on. Dr. Erwin Lesser, Dr.
and Mrs. Asher Marks, Mrs. Sol
Maycrson, Maurice Orovitz, Dr.
Signuind Rosen, Dr. Harold Silber-
man. Henry Weiss. Mrs William
Zuckcrman, Mrs. Jay Kislak.
Servicemen's Unit
Selects Hostesses
At the annual meeting of the
senior hostesses of Miami Beach
Servicemen- Center, the follow
Ing appointments were made:
Supen isors for -> nior hosti sses
Hattie Milam; for junior hostess
es. Ruth Randin and Molly Kohn;
for special events, Bess Cohen;
secretary and checkroom supervis
or, Dorothy Shultz; contributions,
Frieda Footer and Ann Richard;
Stage I'".r Canteen refreshments,
Sylvia Flaum; records and tele-
phone group. Bea M ireus
Chief senior hostesses were an
nounced for each ol the t-t shut-
weekly. Thev are Claire Zapalsky
Ann Richard, Dorothy Shultz, Bes
sic stone Etta Stempel, Jennie
Roussman. Lena Kapnick. Rose
Samuels. Bea Marcus. Irene Rc>s
enbluni. Betty Sellgson, Esthei
Sussman and Bess Cohen.
The following hostesses were
a-signed lo various committees:
Selma 'Li-man. Etta Stempel. Bea
Marcus, Bettj Sellgson, Irene Ros
enblum. Rose Winick. Ann Rich
ard. Clara Shaffer. Bea Cordon.
Sylvia Levinc. Felice lie-man.
Charlotte Rosenberg. Ethel MOSS
Mollie Kohr. Ruth Randm. Bess
Cohen an c laire Zapalsky.
Rose Field Klein coordinator
since the inception of the Service-
men's Center, will continue in the
same capacity
His'el Dcy
Or UM Camp;
Hillel Das -
B'rith V,
,li: mi Beach at '' lei ll i.e, Uni
versit) ol Miami eek.
i i .i he'd
from l 3 p in di ape nes di tat
ed by the chapter
Mrs Rul i Corey
a- chairman i i th< da>
Dr D maid M i hai Ison, direc-
tor of Hillel I
speakei ail also >. ducti I t iur
ing
Pn sident ol the
'
Beth Am Maps
Yarser! Events
\l Bart I adult educa-
tion chaii man I B< 'ii Am,
- ile t ir
the month ol December The Sun-
day morning series will be held on
Dec 15, at 10 a m in the Adult
Education Room
On Dec H. Rabbi Baum-.iid
conducted the session, using a- a
text. "In Time and l. rnltj The
-i sion ol Dei IS will be com
by Dr. Martin Liebling
The fourth annual Chanuka Fes
tival will be held in the Temple
Auditorium on Saturday Dec 14,
,.t t 30 p m ( antor Chai les s
Kodner will due. t the 125 voice
children's choir and Mrs Selma
Baumg ol ivill irecl the i hoir in
l Chanuka mush
Southgatc Men
Hold Dance Here
S bg it< Men's Si ci I
held its third
uance recently at the
Hot. I
Officet Harry Bu
Rud\ Ctal Alfred I ewis
\ ice president Vbr ih im I1 ller,
ucretary; Emamu I .i
ir r. Harrj Pomerai U i
eanl at arms
JKP ESects
dressier Prexy
By Special Report
in nl Zioni.-,i
.1, .'. ISh c MIMM ''. I'-adi o-
u. i eiei t.o : i esi 111 ol
he J i-ii National Fund of An
- ai tlii annual an eW ig oi the
JNF Board oi Directors In Nev
\. rk i it)
Bressler, who will serve for a
pi i ii ci ol i wo year-, s. ccee I \l
. it s ..role Fund, which reclaims
, e arge streti bea oi ir lei
lo 11 life through
i and ..t: irestati in.
ier with the new presi
Dr Israel Goldstein Di
nd Albert Schifl
:, eli i ted hoi orarj i"
Jewish National Fund M
\ Fisher was elected secri
i for the 38th i
si i'ii.'. e time
r.ri I life-Ion Zi mist, is
/ ist
Zioni Ai Uoi I
'i
betwi World Congt
. bei i i" ing "ii tl Boan
ecters "l the t ilted .le.
d -it Israel B
i iec entl) ele< i id .1 n
\. r !> 'he Israel B nd Oi
. ation
Rabbi Rosen ?eld
Pulpit Guest
Da id Rosenfel I -, i it
, i agler G anada Je>
ij morning services
the nev Ij i impli l<
i, d Will In u-'rie-
S'W '' d -' His "lion I
i Freedoi
: he C mi ersion ol Chapl m
hi : by Herbert Tarr was dis
cussed by Rabbi Rosenfeld at
oi the Hertzl Groui
: i!.. lass i held in the Algiers
! 1 la-t v eek
Swiss Deny
Glcbke a Home
GENEVA (JTA1 Dr Hans
(ill hkc-. Secretary ol State in Hii
o former West Germar
r Ko i ad Adenauer, was
leclared an "umfea'rable" persot
this week bj the Parliament of tin
s cai to ol Vaud
Dr Globke resigned his offici
eh irtly before Chancellor Adenauer
ontb His wife bwns
pertj in \ iud. The \'.nid I'ar
ted a motion declar
n i Rl Dl Globke "abstain Iron:
. id "- in the c ,r.ton either tem
r Ij oi permanently."
' li i !lo ke h. be. n accused ol
anti lew -', act vities during World
\\ ir II, ha\ ing been the axp I ii
the ~ ; in who had writtei
official commentary on thej
anti lewish -Nuremberg La I s Hi I
cons stentlj denied, how ever
that he aided the Naii racial poll
cies, an i was pported in his de-
nials l,\ Di Ad iioier
Young Judaea
Holds Hayride
Torahnim. newly-named Young
Judaea group at Beth Moshe, held
a hay ride on Sunday, Dec 8, at
Miami Lakes Country Club.
Club.
Leaving from Beth Moshe at 4:30
p.m.. the afternoon included
dinner and games.
Meetings of the club are held
every Thursday from 7:30 to 9
p.m.. at Beth Emeth. 12250 \\\
2nd Ave.
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WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES
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CONSULTANTS APPRAISERS
MIAMI
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V
Al Cited
Travel Aaents
Metwiizei (left host
! o! d lector- and scholarship dinner commi
,.e presiden. c! th'- South'* only Hebi
Merwitser, celebrated the births oi two great-grand
both boys, al the meeting. Looking op. an ling)
i Alexoa and lo h Cc h
; rew Acadei nnual i i the
irille Hot the Bureau oi Jew. h '
Bot I right arc Rabbi i .
M Rabbinical A '
:.. B*ach ph.. st.
Hatikve* Chapter
To Fotc Members
h.,. c l" en issued to
, Hatilrv ih Chapti
.. men i" tten its an
mi h< hoi
rd R w
I ics a)
. Mrs. H
n. officer ol the
.( >!
. an si I fete hon-
,i nembei wh
. i and earned donor
iheir work in behall ol Mil
Worn proj
I hi Mitr ichi Wi
i I \ .a r
oi ../' intaining
Iren's i I I .i g nui si lies
and Youth Aliyah founda
throughout Israi i
\. in fcjri Israi i' ich,
chairman, man) memo* rs
ill the group h<> have visited I-
tel last immer "have
in ork iven more enthusias
\i:- Jack Dai i-. program
'. i. i.. rti ii that .i musical
hi: epicting Mizrachi Wom
iivitiei m ill in presei I
By fpecial Report
Th i An
has I to El Ai
- ird I
' semi which h
: /eij pron u I thi
. ii .. the ::;
The citation
\>:\ vice
\ saie<
r thi im
ty's
.
titled,
Let -
\
a five
romoti i] cam-
ii l i ere n iti r public
Ic ul the travel
i
i- produc
il bj
i nbach,
i has bi >onsible for
El Al's I !'ie most
rtising can -

Mi Uoften. general
sales manager for the Amer-
icas, a< to
El Al by the American So-
ciety of Tra/cl Agents in
o Citv.
Gobies ORT Meeting
ral Gal ; i I
11 "r. held a me< tin
> noon .it the h ime oi
Mrs. S i So. Al
Ones
Dr Ho
Luncheon Club
Resumes Here
b i Pishman again .is-
sumi 'iir chairmanship of the
r)eada> Luncheon Club of the
Miami Beach Zionist District.
The club opened it- 18th sea-
son next Wednesday, 12 15 p.m.,
;it th.1 Waldman Hotel. Featured
ker was Mortimer May, of
Nashville. 1Ynn and .Miami
Beach, twice national president of
the Zionist Organization ol Amer-
Ben Giller, president of the
Pi .nil District, -aid thai Pishman
been ictive as a member of
tin' board and past vice president
of the organization He is a mem-
ber ol the board ol the Jew ish Na-
tional Pund Council oi Greater Mi-
ami, as >'il as ot the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, Israel
B d CommitU c and I emple Beth
Sh ii mi.
resident of
ZOA, cently returned from
his 20th trip to Isi
i hi on Wi also
included a of cur-
rent events by Dr. Ahranam Wolf-
son
Third Salon For
Louis and Auqust
Lo is and August v hich al
read] has two beaut) salons in
Hon announced thi<
the third outlet on Tlsl SI .
. Beach
Newest of the
salons' locations Is at 907 Noi
:\ Dr The ilte i tins the two
othei I oiii- and Aueusl salons al
r ncoln Road Mall and 236
cia, Coral Gables
Lous and Augu.-t have becomi
well-known throughout the hair
fashion field and its owners, Louis
Thomas and August Pennel, are
guest speakers and demonstrators
al conventions across the country,
I.a-t year a hair style designed
b> Mr. Louis won the Hair l-a-M
ion Council award a- the "style
of the year" at the group's con-
vention in New York Cit)
Coral Chapter's
Day at Races
Wednesday was a day at the
race for Coral Chapter of the
American Medical Centet of Den
ver. The annual fund -raising event
included lunch in the clubhouse
Mrs, Jules Wetton is president
Of the group, and Mrs Irving Ru
lnnstein was in charge of reserva-
tion-.
Talmud Class Monday
LeonGoldberger. noted Talmud
authority, addressed a regular
meeting of the Talmud class at
Temple Umanu-El, 1/01 Washing
ton Ave.. recently.
86 Proof, Blended Whiske] Spirit irt Ditt Co., Louisville. Ky.
Soft Whiskey, plain. Soft Whiskey, fancy.
If you're buying Calvert Extra for your-
self, you may prefer it in the plain
bottle. (It's just as soft in this one.)
For friends.you may prefer something
a bit fancierespecially since the
decanter doesn't cost you any extra.


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Friday. December 13. 1963
(
Parallel Between Maccabees and Rights Struggle
By RAB3I SAMUEL SILVER
?his past year may be describ-
' ed ;i- ;i time of demonstra-
tions. Something seemingly
Hew came into American life
since the fegro began to "dem-
onstrate.'
Designed by Dr Martin Luth-
er King, the first effective use
of thi> ;''ore. lire involved the
refusal oi the Negro population
of Montgomery, Alabama to use
the buses because on them they
were not granted elementary
equality.
At first the prospect seemed
tntile. for how could a small and
impoverished segment of the
citizens >! Montgomery combat
the well-entrenched engine of in-
tolerance"
But the demonstrators persist
ed and persevered. They indig
nantly but dignifiedly refused to
cooperate with a system which
they found abhorrent Ultimate-
ly, they were successful.
After that, demonstrations be-
came pan of our society. Res
taurants. building protects, he
ti'ls. department stores, churches,
libraries, swimming pools, an
many other establishments were
the "objects" of organized dem
onstrationr, indicating the refus-
al of Negroes and their white
friends 1> countenance the con-
tinuation of mistreatment and
degradation.
Jewish participation in the
great civil rights saga, which
reached its climax with the
March on Washington, is under
standable inasmuch as Judaism
has long preached the equality
of all men.
And. at this time of the year,
our thoughts revert to a demon-
stration which occurred a long
time ago, the type ol uprising not only their rights but their
which lns| ired the more recent liye^.
Mankind is 'eeplj obligated
to the intrepidity ol Mattathias,
ones in our nation We refer
ot course, to the Maccabean In-
surrection against the despotism
of the .ncient Syrians who
sought to impose Idolatry upon
our forefathers.
It migh' well be said that the
antecedent; of the demonstra-
tions engendered by Martin King
can be found in the heroic be-
havior in Mattathias. the pa-
triarch ol the Maccabean house-
hold Like Martin King. Matta
tiii.is was .n ecclesiast, a pacific
priest who refused to accept the
dicta ot the dictator. The haz-
ards confronting the Maccabeans
of old were even greater than
those facing the modern dem
onstratois. The latter are men
aced by ghettoization or perhaps
jail. The Maccabeans were up
against armies who threatened
Our Sincere Best Wishes
at CHANUKA!
THE
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Very Happy
Chanuka
BEST WISHES FOR
CHANUKA
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
i Mrs. V. v
HAPPV CHANUKA
GREETINGS TO ALL
BROADRSPPLE
HOTEL
4391 INDIAN CREEK DR.
Miami Beach, Fla.
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
UN 6-5711
JERRY GRANGER, Manager
MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER
and
MR. AL RUSKA, Manager
Caribbean Hotel
ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET
and their families extend best wishes
FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
SHEPLEY HOTEL
1340 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6724
Irving and Tessie Wassermcn
The Kulok's CE.ARBMONT HOTEL
FRIENDIY CASUAL CONVENIENT
1700 COLLINS AVE.-Cor. 17th St., MIAMI BEACH
LEONARD B. IANG. Mgr JE 8-4661
HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
-IOIIMV \ liltll I
6985 COLLINS AVE. Phone UN 6-6821
Belvedere Hotel
843 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
CARLTON HOTEL
1433 COLLINS AVE.
JE 8-5741
.ludah and company, for they
stamped ipon the world tor 'he
first lime the insignia "l reli-
gious freedom. The demonstra-
tions of the Hasmoneans, as the
Maccabees were also known,
lasted for years, as the) fou^'it
Guerilla fashion agal -' en r
mous armies But fiht they did
until the land and the tedipie
were decontaminated.
The Maccabean triumph gives
us hope that success will yet
crown th'.> efforts of the modern
struggles for freedom. Ami as
we gather around our Chanuka
lights, singing to religious lib-
erty, it would be well for us to
ponder the fact that the word
demonstration had a meaning
prior to its use to describe a
large rail', or protest gathering.
To demonstrate mean* to
show. It means to display our
sincerity Many of us proless
our belie! in equality and demo-
cracy. Wc Uti thrilled by the
valor of Martin King end Judah
Maccabee But it is incumbent
upon ua row to "demonstrate"
our earnestness by putting into
practice the ideals we applaud.
Within the framework of Juda-
ism, this means to give daily
expression to the demands oi aur
faith. Within the scope of Amer-
icanism it mefna to live a Ufa
based upon acceptance of the
Jewish declaration that all men.
ro matter what they look like
or where they come from or
where th.y live, are members ol
one family May the exhilarat-
ing demonstrationsthose in an-
cient Judea and those in mod-
em Americastir us to demon-
strate in practical ways our fid-
elity to these precepts which
aloiie can save the Temple of
lliimanitv from total destruction.
x T*
, a of '*BF(
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GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSENBLUM
UN 5-9881
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
NEPTUNE HOTEL
15995 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
A/R. HAROLD GRUDER MR. HAROLD DRUKER
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
SAFARI MOTEL
17749 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 714431
IRVING VENOOK
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721
BARRY HESSER, Manager
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
CHANUKA GREETINGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PL 7-0616
MORRIS FROGEL
SURREY HOTEL
4390 COLLINS AVE. JE 1-0081
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOWITZ
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
WOFFORD BEACH RESIDENCE HOTEL
FOR RETIREMENT LIVING
On the Ocean & 24th ST. & Boardwalk, M. B. JE 1-6691
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS
New Owner Same Manager
RANK FISHMAN HENRY J. STUPELl
5th to 6th on Oceanfront 531-7481
13,
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December 13, 1963
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, id:
ren of Temple Ner Tamid brinq q.fts for kindergnrte:i
in Israel, Left to right are Suan Pearl, Anne Mor-
Reenah Samberg. Jeff Morgan. Fiank Woliand, Steve
d Michael Goldman. Gift3 are being made avail-
ugh the Shp-u Box program.
Israel Cavalcade Due Here Dec. 29
iiami District! of the
mization >f America
their annual Cavalcade
, stars al the Miami Bea< h
\ on Sunday evening,
Usthma Unit Meets
Mr< Jerry Reanick conducted
[i iness portion <>f the Miami
|j Chapter, Asthmatic Chil-
1, lation, meeting Mon-
I enii al the DILido Hotel
n the new home as
Israel Friedman.
Panelists Are
Heard on Beach
' i i\ ill/oil arc We?" w aa
|l lor the People Speak,
I- Florida's year-round Town
I Forum, on Friday evening
Hi Washington !' leral Audi
II n 12:11 Washington Ave,
Is were Dr Richard
I' mm. psychologist; Ft Ben
It lis, pastor, Canterbury
lii Heather C. Moir, Quaker,
11 -i; Thomas Carroll, sociolo
Ipi-t. University of Miami Chain
R"-i was moderator,
Dec 29 according to Gil Rappa
port, executive director
Bach year the ZOA brings to
Greater Miami for a one-evening-
only pi rtor r ce the most out-
standing c.tertainers "I Israel.
This year, ihe cavalcade will be
headed by one oi the leading sing-
ers of Israel, Also to ho featured
i- one "i Israel's finest violinists
in a program of classical music.
In addition there will be a top
American comedian as master of
ceremonies. Proceeds are ear-
marked for Ihe South Florida Zion-
ist Youth Commission sponsored
bj the ZOA and HadassiU. Part
ol ihe proceeds have been ear
marked for scholarships to Camp
Judaea, which the Zionist youth
movement maintains in Henderson-
ville. N. C
UF Campaign
Ending Dec. 12
The 1983 I niled Fund campaign
was official!) to come to a close
Ihursday, Dee. 12, The final din
ner meeting was to be held at 6:30
p m at tne Everglades Hotel,
where campaign volunteers were
to turn in laal reports,
cam ign chairman. Gen-
eral K. A Evans, wa sto preside
over the meeting assisted by Miss
Torch, Gladys Washington and her
court of be luties.
The 1961 campaign goal is S3,-
'."3 838, which will go to support
-.0 Dade health, welfare and
character building agencies.
lie thanked all Dade residents
who supporle i United Fund and
the thousands of volunteer workers
who helped the campaign.
The final dinner meeting 1- CO-
sponsored by the Miami Herald
and Eastern Airlines Both com-
panies will absorb a major portion
-1- Eat h person attending
pays one d illar.
United Ferd does not use con-
tributions to defrav luncheon or
dinner expenses. On Dec. 19, the
United Fund will hold its final re-
ception and dinner on the cruise
ship SS Jerusalem at its Miami
c'ocksite.
Awards w II be presented to t<)
tinted Fund campaign leadership
and to new- media representatives
ZIM Dr.iel Navigation Co.. Ltd..
are lending the use of the ship for
one niehl and hosting the reception
and dinner
AVERAGE SIZE
ROOF
PRESSURE CLEANED
NOW $14.95
UP TO 1000 Sq. Ft.
or Limited Time Only
HY WEISS
FR 7-2676
TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Robson Paint &
Body Shop
ALL WORK TO
YOUR SATISFACTION
3745 SHIPPING AVENUE
(U.S. 1 & Douglas Rd.)
Ph. 443-5008
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL
TOLIN
MANUFACTURING
CORP.
3729 NW 80th STREET
OX 11213
S. J. EISENBERG, Pres.
HAPPY CHANUKA
STUART'S-KANTER
JUVENILE SHOES
Fitting Is Our Profession
BERNARD KANTER
Capezios-The Stride-Rite Shoe
70 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Ph. 443-1989
7483 Dadeland Mall
Ph. 666-0584
"PROMPT DAY and NIGHT $VICi"
McCORMK K-BOYETT
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606
9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLA,
FOSTER ELECTRIC
COMPANY, INC.
Electrical Contractors
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
PAUL FOSTER, presirftiir
AIR CONDITIONING and
ADEQUATE WIRING
2264 W. FIACLER ST. HI 8 2671
Nights, Sundays A Holidays Dial
HI 3-0922
FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS
Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile
Rubber Tile
IVERY INSTALLATION CUARANTEED'-Phone for NlWIl*
2465 NW. 76lh STREET _____________________OX 6-8202____
Tor air conditioning call .
C. E. MORGAN
"IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SIKVE VOU" mmmmmm
SALES and INSTALLATIONS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
2034 NW. 24th AVENUE _________* 7a01 }

TO SERVE YOU
IS OUR PLEASURE
Ed. J. Yischi
Rval Miniate in
All Us llranvlu's
12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone PL 4-4661
Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy
HUNTINGTON medical building
168 Si. FIRST STREET FR 4"7691
MIAMI, FLORIDA
One ol the Largest and Most Complete Prescription
Pharmacies in the World
W. E. FOSSETT, Founder
^vww
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
STUART REALTY
SELLING ACREAGE HOMES
AND BUSINESS PROPERTIES
SINCE 1955
333 N.W. 28th AVENUE
Phone 635-0849
J \tlcr s
if
RESTAURANTS
For Fine Food
COMPLETE DINNERS from SI.00
A I.M I A I.A CARTK MKNU
There Is Never a Cr.arqe (or Your Second Cup of Coffee
WE DO OUR OWN BAU1NU
FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU:
1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN)
1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES)
1560 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI)
12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI)
AIR CONDITIONED
AMPLE FREE PARKING
Chanuka Greetings from
YOUR CHINESE FRIENDS
WILLIAM WONG TOMMY WONG
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
1245 Lincoln Road
(Corner West Avenue)
JE 2-9922
Phone: 866-9155
JULIAS BEAUTY SALON
TINA, Manager
1213 71st STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Furniture House, Inc.
1672 S.W. 8th ST., Miami, Fla.
FR 1-3224
ART SUPPLIES PHOTO SUPPLIES
ABERBACH'S
Ph. JE 2-2716 466 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach 40, Florida
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
LEONARD J. GREENFIELD-INS.
8163 NE. 2nd AVENUE
Ph. 758-5566
CHANUKA GREETINGS
QUALITY ROOFING TILE. INC.
3946 N.W. 21st STREET
Miami, Florida
NE 4-7113 NE 5-6437


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Friday, December 13. 1963
Oar Pleasure Is Serving You
with 4Jn.-ili! v Workmanship
and Materials
# r v I i n j s .
JAMES L. WALL
WALL PLASTERING CO.
PLASTERING CONTRACTORS
PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL WORK
LICENSED & INSURED
PLASTERING LATHING STUCCO
Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 8 to 5
355 West 29th Street
Phone MU 1-617!
Hialeah, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
CAREY MATTHEWS
Your State Representative
634 WEST FLAGLER STREET
FR 7-1687
MIAMI SANATORIUM
AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE
FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCHIATRIC
ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITUATION
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF
LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS
PRIVATE ROOMS CAPACITY LIMITED
RATES ARE FLEXIBLE
I
831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Coral Gables Carpet & Tile, Inc.
ALL FAMOUS BRANDS
1730 PONCE DE LEON
HI 6-1550
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HI-TEST SPEEDOMETER & ELECTRIC SERVICE
1946 S.W. 8fh ST. and On the Trail FR 3-9207
Specializ ng mi Speedometer and Electric Service
HAPPY CHANUKA
LEONARD S. STERN PLUMBING CO., INC.
3672 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLA.
Tel. 445-1345
BEST WISHES for the CHANUKA HOLIDAYS
from MR. and MRS. ARTHUR DEGUTZ
ARDMORE STUDIOS
738 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
HAFI'Y CHAN I K,\ TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
III II.Mt ELECTRIC SERVICE
StartersGeneratorsRegulatorsCarburetor &
Fuel Pump Service Electric Motor Repairs
1077 N.W. 79th STREET Phone PL 8-030S
11800 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 681-3331
Highlight of Temple Emanu-El's semi-annual Sands (third from left\ head of the Eookkeep-
meetina was the presentation of plaques by Lng Department Mrs. Leo Brandeis (fourth from
Samuel Friedland (right), past president and left). Nursery School and Kindergarten direc-
chairman of the board, to three veteran staff tor; and William Holton, superintendent. Look-
members "for faithful and devoted service" to ing on (left) is Joseph M. Lipton. Temple pres-
the Temple. Plaques went to Mrs. David ident.
Former Beach Hotel Owner Turns the
Tables and Enjoys His Life as Guest
A former Miami Beach hotel
owner and manager has turned
the tables and is now enjoyine
being a permanent guest at the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel.
He is Ed Singer, a young 79.
| who came to Miami Beach 30
years ago and owned the National
Hotel, bufU the Edsinger and man-
aged the Coral Reef hostelry. He
: also built the Roosevelt Ttietre
I on 41st St.
Also known as a philanthropic
person. Singer was one of the
founders of Temple Emanu-El and
a memher Of many civic, fraternal
and religious organizations on the
Beach. For 13 years, he was on
the board of the Miami Beach
Hotel Association.
"Althoujjh I've lived at the
Blackstone short while, I've
come to call it home, for I've
never been treated so royally,
and I am enjoying life immense-
ly, for there's always somethirg
to do or to see,' said Singer.
"I'm planning now for a trip
next year to Israel," he said, "but
1 don't see how any travel could
compare t" the 24-day cruise I
look this svinmer to the M' liter-
ranean countries. It was a real
thrill, a never-to-be forgotten ex-
perience As long a* I'm antici-
nating something, I leel young,"
he added.
Singer's v ife Reba, also active
in civic and religious activities
on the Beach, died last year. He
has five grandchildren and four
great grandchildren. His daugh-
ter and her children live in New
York.
TO ALL GREETINGS
CREATIVE ARTS. INC.
"SYMPHONY IN SCULPTURE" "
INTERIOR WALL DECOR
RELIGIOUS and NON-RELIGIOUS
MANUFACTURERS ard WHOLESALERS .
TO THE TRADE ONLY
8550 S.W. 129 TERRACE Phone CE 5-5041
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Gordon to Chair Merkos Dinner
Metro Commissioner Alex Gor-
Jon of Miami Beach has been
named chairman ot the annuali
Merkos L'Inyonei C'hinuch dinner
scheduled fur Jan. 2t> at lie Deauv-
v'ille Ilotef-"*"**
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Co-chairman of the event will be
Louis Merwitzer, president of the
Hebrew Academy of Creater Mi-
ami
The two appointments were
made this week by Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf, director of the South-
eastern Region of the movement,
and Harry Hosenberg, chairman
of the arrangements committee.
More liar. 500 persons Bra ex-
lected Id attend the annual lune-
ion, which in turn aids more than
150 day schools in Morocco and
srael, and other programs
Cue-Is of honor at the dinner
will be Mr. and Mr-. I-ulor 11.
Kramer, of Miami Beach, who are
active supporters of the Merkos
L'lnyonei Chinuch and the Luba-
vitcher movement as a whole.
Gordon, who, represents t h e
Beach area on the Metro Commis-
sion. Hs^a graduate of Boston Uni-
versity, "College of Business Ad-
ministration anil College of Law.
He served with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation from 1939
to 1945 and resigned his post to
come to Florida.
He married the former Sandra
Could, of Cambridge, Mass.. and
the couple have lour daughter*.,
Virginia Ann 21, Linda 20, Sheila,
and Gayle.
The Gordons live al 2405 V Mer-
idian Ave.
Religion Today is Topic
"The Role oi Religion in Tod
Society" w as the subject ol a
roundtablc discussion Fridav e\ e-
i ing before the Westbrooke Coun-
trj Club Wisdom Workshop.
kta Senior Hebrew High School of Greater Miami hen-
Lec Robinson with a complete set of the world-famous
[no Bible. Robinson (left' accepts the award from Shep-
p: honorary committee chairman, and Councilman
P. Galbut, dinner chairman. The Mesivta third an-
irship dinner was held last week at Waldman's
>ol Children To Fete Chanuka
Mesivta Dinner
Honors Robinson
\ capacity attendance gathered
it. honor Leo Robin on al Wald-
man's Hotel for .< Mesivta third
scholarship dinner last
week
Harbor Islands Maj >r Shep
ant Broi d pr< tented a set of Holy
Bibles on behalf <>i Mesivta to
R .i son
Councilman Hyman Galbut, din-
ner chairman, greeted guests, In-
cluding Metro Commissioner Chuck
Hall, Metro Ju ge Gerald Klein
ind Constable Leonard Weinstein
Representing the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation was Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
president
Main address was by Rabbi
aac L Swift, who stressed IIie
contribution Of Mesivta Senior
Hil:Ii Sehool to Greater Miami
Jewry
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Temple Emanu El's
Si heehtor Day School
I i I hi' school assembly
n| Chanuka. Wed
a in. Both thr nursery
SehOOl students
play entitled "The
thai Wouldn't," di
e Levin,
Rell iOUS and Sun-
{Attend
services
mis week
ijourown
placed
Vishtb
a; S Sanctuarj oi Temple Emanu El <>"
Sunday, Dec 15, al 10 a m.
Following students will partici-
pate in a play with -penal music
written by Ben Yometi. music di-
rector Ata Rear. Robin Blum,
Debb) Buchwald, Debby Firtel,
.ran Cars Mind) Gars, Marti Har
ris, Bruce Kaplan, Olivia Levin,
Robt it \in hinoff, Celia Nash, Ken-
neth Pomerance Alana Reinherz,
Susan Reinherz, Steven Rosenblatt,
Helen Ruby, Robin Rudow. David
Sheffman, Jeffrej Sirkin, Gail
Stein, and Laurie Wollack
BB Council Cites
Active Growth
Organized only one and a half
years a g 0, Ilatikvah Chapter.
B'nai R'rith Women, was cited for
enrolling the largest number of
new members for the second con-1
secutive year
Trophy was presented to the
group by Miami Beach Council at
a membership party for all Miami"
Beach chapters on Thursday, Nov.
21, ai the Deajlville Hotel.
On accepting the honor for the
group, Mrs. Robert Litt. founder
president, recounted the chapter's
achievements, stressing the 137
new members attracted during
163 64
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Friday, December 13. 1963
Robinson Given Bond Award
During coffee break in the offices of El Al Is-
-
ales manager oi El Al, Mrs. Mil-
an S in, ] hn Sei
and Dr. J. A.
They are members of the Spec-
ial Gifts Committee o! United Turd [<
h. Not shown are Sam
'. aid Lee I
Exchange Program With Latin Students
Features 'Ambassador's' Adventure for
American Youth Exchange, a non
ofil student exchange organiza-
in i ; oughout the Americas, with
. base of operation in Miami, is
currently seeking more homes, par-
ticularly in the northern part of Mi.
: -in iin i Miami Beach. 83 hOSts to
students from Latin America.
The organization features a re-
. procal exchange program for atu-
i ents ol high school agi
According to Mrs. Lewis Book-
hultz president, of 14215 So. Bis-
cayne River Dr., students must
be mature and adaptable "since
they will be acting as unofficial
ambassadors of good-will" to the
Latin American country they are
visiting.
I'hi' i xch program is now go-
into Its fourth year oi opera-
tion, and i- completely interfaith
The pro ;ram v orks this w aj
Students from the r. S, go to
hool in Latin American coun-
j their summer vaca-
which is the winter season
of a
ind his parents. When
host
i during the
ter, which is the Latin Ami \ i
on.
thus
r ited with P< i
lombia, Chili Argentina, Uraguay
Brazil The program was
launched in Miami at the Bonk
hultz home.
Latin Students will be arriving
here for their exchange session
in January. Interested parents
who will serve as hosts may
then send Iheir children ;o Latin
countries next summer. If this
arrangement is inconvenient, they
may send their children in the
winter of 1964 and then receive
in the summer of 1964
Parents v. ho have acted as hosts
thus far include Mr and Mrs, liar
eld Abbott. 7480 SW 130th St and
son, Myles; Mr and Mrs .lack
Kane. 8300 SW 115th Ter.. and son
Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. William
Weitzman, 10860 SW 67th Ct.. and
son .lack; Mi and Mrs, Jules Free
man. lCGnu SW 71sl Ave., an I sen
Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Samui 1 Katzman,
SW 135th Ter. and daughter
ma; Mr ai d Mrs Ed Minna!.,
'1 Ter.. and daughter
Davida; Mi and Mrs, Harold
-'A 7 Ith \\e and
Ji fin : Mr and Mrs. Paul Kahan.
v S9th 1 I son, Jona-
nd Mrs Ii win Blocker,
.'. 74th Ave.. and daughter,
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By Special Report
rd G. Robinson, the distin-
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Humat
Award on Sundi: as 1 nni uni ed
h> week by Dr. .1 seph .1 s, hwarti
vice president oi tin Israel 1
ii 1 anization.
The award was presented to
tobinson al an Isr B n I dinner,
in Washing) >n, D, ( sponsored b>
he Trustee of ths Washington
Chanter of the Guardians "t Is-
rael. The present ition was made
I BUI I Rooaei son o the
ite President and Mi R.....evelt.
Outstanding American leaders
'erved on the committee for
the dinner. Supreme Court Justice
William O. Douglas was honorary
chairman and members included
Adl.ii E. Steven sa.'cr to tho United Nations, and
W. Averell Harriman, U. S. Undir
Secretary of State.

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ic December 13, 1962 fth'-di'" "Jmlsti fhrrtinn Vcli l 9 ions s* Page 13-A crvices Jhis (A/eehenc/ nTH ISRAEL. 701 Carlyla av*. iniaj s i" p in %  at ili.Spirit." AllHIl. m f H...banrlat. ... ME EVES 2^3 8W 1th av*. |tiv Rabbi Abraham Sehi"Z TM DAVID 225 SW 3rd ave. Con' ..... .. R^bDi Norman N. Shapiro. .„ to r William W Lioaoo. S.i|il|.lii> '• i in ..,1, ,.i Hi .III.I i:.-. tnliHl TM EL MO SW I7tn av* Orthodou. Iji i i Sdomon Sch.fr i,, • |. ii >..lurrl:lV V3l> H in MM i Bui I Ival s I CTW V0SM~E CONGREGATION, j oajo w O's'r H*y. Con**rvaltv*. ,M. Simon April. Cantor Myman ,"*' s. %  .11.11 Win .| ,. %  1 .1 Ml 11.11 • Ml .ltd Mr• £TM ISRAEL 711 40th St. Orthodox. I .1 L0..-1 Rottman. mid) I am n( Mi 'T '">• I'l t r CANDIUIGHTING TIME 27Kislev 5:11 p.m. ITM JACOB 301-311 Wahmgton Orthodox Rai.bi Tibor Stern v nine* Mamchea. KOD> %  • 1 iQi SW 12th %  v. Tr.id t'0n.il. R.ihbi Max F.rd Bernstein. %  %  Ml 1 • 1 l,i\< • • J( • >-ger, secre..t I'd ivf Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. • —— BETH TORAM. 164th it and NE 11th' ave Conaarvative. Rabbi Max Lip. achiti. Cantor Ban.Zion Kirschcnfcaum Kri.ia> I i:. p.m rhanuka arrvlce Sernmn "Are i.Oullty ..f S.!lII. 1 %  niialii.il. S.iiiinl... n:i;, : in I-..U Mltsvah Mli ha< I. win ,.r Mm Doi..ih> Onu ii • 'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 Nw 1113rd St Conservative Rabbi Harold Riehter Cantor Joel Lerner. Pi Ida.) I". p in Rnr.li HI, hli \\ ill ri'i'iiii Ph< Val .1 .HI. I Hup. n t mill iVw" !i> \%  %  i .,,..„ SalHI .1.. v • ;.. n in — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington aye Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Str.issfeld — • — fLAGLER GRANADA SO NW Vst pi. Conservative RabbDavid Ros• nfeld Cantor Cejro Goldberg. %  \lr. I i — • — FT LAL'DERDALE EVA\L r L 1801 E Anjrc*. ave Refor.n. R.io*) R-chard M Leviton. • — SRAFLITE CENTfR i'75 SW 25th SI Con.-rvltivr R I ihu I M %  %  %  v C ito. %  %  Ml. I l! • KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox Rabbi David Lehitield Cantor Abraham Sei. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineat Weber. man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I'li.l.ii ", 13 ami 1:15 p.m. SVrmon: What Chanuka Mt-ana i.. u* Today." Ba r in da j 9 i ,m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Frldai 1.1 p.m, Bormnn: 'ThPower i.f Light." Baturdaj t • .. m. Harmon: "Portion ..f the \v.. k. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. l-Yi.i.v 1:30 p.m t'nndMfcthl Chanuka s. i in. .II ••'l'ti.An .>f ; i Katunla) 11: IS |i m Kir Mllr il Dana, win ol Ml and Mm. I:. .i.M Wolk — • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform "miSamuel Jaffa. 8:15 p.m Vnnual hi mil) < "ha link. i K.-rvIci i '..ntii in.11 i..n %  !..-> will : %  <•ni Th. Pageant ol Mghl .i in — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt Reconstruction^. Rabbi Mo r ris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywooo. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Vorton M.ilavsky. Cantor Ernest SU-iner. — • TEVPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. L'beral. Habbi Leon Kromsh C.mtor David Conviser. n %  l %  %  H \: %  i S.-..II %  \ TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38? NE 1o7th St. Conservative R.iDbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. — • — TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 av Conservative. RabDi S M. Machtei. St I'll. X SI ton ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirah Adler. Frldaj | in u.ni. Saturday a.in. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. 1-rulay 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Chanuka, tli^ Jewlah ttesponae t % %  the Vatican'* Pgajitlon .n Jiulali-iii ami Rellgloua loin." PW-.J. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo awa Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. PYlday 7:45 p.m. Pamlly I'lianuka %  service. Baturdaj 10:80 a.m. Bar Milsvah: Beth Oary. on "f Mr and Mis. Bernard Mlchelson. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owiu Cantor Edward Klein. Ptiday SrlS p.m Bermon: "ThSucceai -.f lali..rtv." Baturdaj '.. a m. Bermon: "Portion ..f th. L-aw." Bar Mttsrah: .lay. aon "f Mr. ami Mr. JuHnn si.-c.-i. TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth St. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cantor Saul H. Breeh. PWday 8:13 p.m. Hadaaanh hnbbath ami Chanuka aervloe, MiNorman Meyera, preaiMent, Kmmn l.tzaniHadaHMth fSroup, will honor birthday ..f Henrietta Raold, founder nf Hadavaah. s.iiiiril.iy 1:45 a.m. Children'* choir -A.II participate In rhanuka Bervlce — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 8:80 |..m. Bermon: "For such a Little nil. such B I:IK I-VMlval." Satunla>*.:(.". a in. Bar Mlt/.vah: Howard, aon of Mr ami Mrs. Jack iH.lilli.-ri;. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. • hi\•!.". —Mn-.* rai raffln" "TTnLight* Mual Nol Pall." > TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Lil.lav 8:15 p.m. Saturday B am. Sermon; "Portion of ihn Law." a> TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av*. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dtckson. PHiday 8:lfi i>.m. S.-rmnn: "Chanuka. a Paatlval "i Etededlcatlon." Saturday 8:45 a.in. Sermon: "A Prime, in a ^.ri-in Land TEMPLE ZION. 5720 W 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. Cantor Albert Giant*. | Frtda.i ::!" p.m. Sermon: "Are you I fe'uperMlttoUHT" Ones Bhabbal h...-i [ e.l h> Slaterh I. Saturday 9_ a.m. s.-inioii: "Portion of the Week." YOUNG ISRAo... wl NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. Prlda) "• p.m, Saturday 9 a.m Bermon: "Chanuka Festival of Mffht* viNVONAiRfcS O N C P E r. i TION TEVPLE F.M'NU-EL. 1701 Washing Candle Lighting Principle Symbol of Chanuka Fete :&SJOR FA/BUSH IUSTIC Cantor Lustig l\t Young Israel i-.iiiiu-h Lustif will K'.icl '..I services at • Greater Miami %  'a in. Lustig IN on a visit to from Krael and was for ; HI the Beth litdrash Haifa. Israel. He i the famous Canicr, Zalman Lundon. of Lustig was born in Hun has lived in Israel for • IS years. He served as | feanl in the Israel Army' the War of Liberation and i campaign th Am Coin Club Ad-., chairman of the Bawl) mod Coin Club at Temple Beth I is Steven Salem. Group meets thfirst Wcdnesdav of each l By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN Temple of Aaron Congregation Rabbi Emeritus, St. Paul Minn. Tinis Chanuka Sabbath, on which we should contemplate the significance of the chanuka lights Mo>t religions employ the symbol of the lighted candle to give meaning to their doctrines. In Judaism, candles ere lighted on numerous occasions when they serve as auxiliary symbols to supplement the primary message of the particular religioui observance. On Cha nuka, however, the lightii candles constitutes the pnncip.il symbol ol the festival. Ever) detail of the ceremon) as regulated b) la and custom, merits our earful consideration .isuggestive oi the totality of Jewish life For ceremonies and sym %  re concrete demonstrations of principleand concepts B short cut to ideas Let us examine some oi these regulations in detail: 1 The number of candles is progressive!) increased each niht, from one to eisht. Judaism manifests a growth process It does not permit complacency which would lead to stagnation 2. All candles are to be lighted by the pilot candle (the abamash), an.i not by one of the other lighted candles. The validity of a given practice in Judaism is determined by a return to the original sources of the Bible and Talmud, and not necessarily by interpretations which were made en route during the centuries. The latter might have been an "Horaat Shash" governing a temporary emergency. 3 The Chanuka candles are sacred and may not be used for ulterior purposes The primarypurpose of Judaism is to consecrate our ordinary habits, thought and emotions. "You shall be holy, for I. the Lord your God am holy." It is improper, for example, to base our adherence to the dietary laws upon their hygienic value. They are intended as disciplinary measures which give holiness -J The Chanuka lamps should be placed outside the door, facIng the street. Judaism does not (online its teachings to the home or synagogue, or even to Jews exclusively. From the very beginning, it intended to shed its liuht upon the outside world, to Illuminate the path of those who would otherwise walk in darkness Thus Chanuka not only gives direction to the struggle for re ligious freedom and Judaism's share in initiating that fight, but its principal symbol, the kindling of lights, impresses us with Jewish and universal doctrines. QUHING THE WEEK... US I SEE II TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. %  Reform Congregation DJoseph R Narot, Rabbi \ Jacob G Bornslain, Cantor J*rvees friiay, :15 PJ*. %  ANUKO — THE JEWISH HEr0NSE TO THE VATICAN PCS TiON ON JUDAISM AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM" Continued from Page 4-A l.S as 'a reaffirmation" of this nation's "resolve to defend Israel," he was simply living a pipe dream. No one with any serious under standing ot the political scene would cartto test this proposition. The V S delegation these dayi Bt the UN, and indeed the late President Kennedy's last; press conference, in which he an, grily reemphasized our ties to Nasser, speak otherwise. When Mr. Samuel ended with the comment that the Jewish National Fund is a prime cause in the Great Return, he himself returned to the arena of his profounder kriowledgeahility. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern (left), spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Abe ELsenberg, one of the congregation's earliest members, discuss plans for a 30th anniversary dinner. Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams will be guest speaker. The banquet, set for Feb. 23 at the Deauville Hotel, will honor Eisenberg, a senior official with Riverside Memorial Chapels, who is marking his 25th year on Miami Beach with the organization. Leonard Zilbert is banquet chairman. Morris B. Frank is president of Beth Jacob. 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II 'Jewish Floridian Miami. I loiida. Friduy. December 13, 1963 Section C CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL: FULL SIX STORIES TODAY. Cedars of Lebanon Completes Upper Floors 'Pt -CHHCIW in JVovtmbr, 1961 jVow n Hospital In am is now i ; i alit) I • opened for its lirsl patient load be, |j, i. h ,. i the hospital, h, %  ; tn pol BI Miami "medical cit) i one h i Ih impn ssi %  like anj n rmal • \ story opei •• I lb %  • N ivember with i nly U iv, i wri in i the '"'' """''*' I an urusucd shell— waiting I ad turn %  to be i ami l d Barelj did the • ii be in to function, when M rapMlj filled • I ad lo i apacit) Ian i i Lebanon officials knew that their •i of comptetnag the upper three floors would e !.. be made I reality as quick!) as possible '• r to meet the area's need for hospital beds Public Works Grant Then. q. ft, in the big six rtory structure. More than S140.000 in added costs have gone cli cal laboratories, alone, it was pointed oul hospital officials, Laboratories are, by far, the most expensive item ol construction in the bos %  I, calling for installation ol a multitude ol com % %  x electr circuits, which service delicate re truing instduments. In addition, reserve 1 i*s are needed to stand i>> in case ol power failure due tc natural causes, such as storms u canes The origii 1! laboratorj space has row 1 lar rom l,7i q. I h 1,010 sq ft., and the nun 11 ir ol ro ha> e doubli I sjn< e IS61, it is repctcd by Dr. Daniel Sckfn er, chiel pathologist and director ol laboi itories, \a result of the building program, the entire second Poor is to become the Matermtj Wli the third floor '.-ill be a medical and surgical are th. fourth floor has become a Hearl Pavilion, with an intensive care section monitored bj a "Heart Saver;" (hi fifth il %  i^ 1 medical and surgical area; d ihe sixth floor will become a private patient pavil The two new wings are built ol rcinfoi concrete and fire-proof construction. Facility's Value Zooms A


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F:;day. December 13, 1963 fJenisf fh radian Page 9-A %  Sirkin righl honorary life president of Temple Emanu: lulated by Dr. Iivi:ig Lehiman. spiritual leader of pie upon receiving a sptcial citation of honor for his .: of Israel at a Chanuka Festival Dinner Tuesil .n the Fontainebleau Hotel. The dinner was held State of brael Bends under the chairmanship of pton, president of Temple EmanuFl. A highlight :n wns a special Chanuka conceit by interted Jan Peerce. Superb catering in a luxurious new setting Miami's newi >t beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions,etc. Parknigonpremises. For groups from 15 to 1500... superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. 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Maurice Fisher, Israel's Ambassador in Rome, meanwhile said there would nol bo anj difficulties about Ihe visit from the fact thai Ihe Vatican has never recognized Israel ll<' p linted oul that the Pope joun <•; "is oi purely roh gious characti i "As far .idiplomatic contacts he stated, "the ati is Ihe same between the \ al ican and Jordan as it ibetween Ihe Vatican and Israel Th -re are no established relations bul the principal point is that tho whole evenl lias nothing t<> do with politics nr protocol. There is tree access to the Holy Places for any pilgrim." Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff of Rome said that "the spontanKennedy Memorial Tribute at Bayfront Auditorium Dec. 22 Leaden of the Greater Miami Jewish community will take part in a count} wide memorial tribute Sunday night. Deo. 22. at Baytront Park Auditorium Speakers will include Harry Golden, Charlotte, N.C., publish er and author of such best sellers as "Only in America" and "For 2c Plain," and Rabbi Leon Kronen, ol Temple Beth Sholom. Jack Bell, Miami Herald columnist, will serve as program chairman dur ing the tribute The program begins at 8 p.m. Choral singing and taped excerpts from President Kennedy's public utterances will be additional highlights of the evening. Irvin R. Schindlor, president of the American Association for the United Nations, is coordinating the observance. Groups presently at work in preparing the final tribute are the American Association for the Unit' ed Nations, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Hebrew League, Florida Civil Liberties Union, Congress for Racial Equality. American Jew ish Congress, Dado County CounIcil for Senioi Citizens, and Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for Human Rights The Bayfront Park Auditorium .vent will formally bring to a close the 30-day period of mourning proclaimed by President Lyndon Johnson immediately after President Kennedy was assassinated Nov. 22. eous decision of the Pointiff" to visit the Holy Land "was without doubt dictated by profound religious motives. Since the Holy Places are situated in Israel as well as in Jordan, this visit will not fail to have beneficent effects of pacification among the nations of the Middle East and thus for the peace of the world." Taking their cue from Cairo's government-controlled daily newspaper. "Al Ahram.'" tho Egyptian press Monday mounted an all-out campaign against Pope Paul's plan to visit Israel, declaring that the Pontiff's visit would be interpreted by the press as •recognition of Israel "Al Ahram" also asked whether there is a relation between the Pope's scheduled visit to the Holy Land and the chapter on CatholicJewish relations pending in the Ecumenical Council, which adjourned last week without acting on that chapter. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion Teachers Meet Sunday Teachers of the Hebrew Educators Alliance will have their annual Chanuka party on Sunday at the home ot their president, Rabbi Shimon Azulay. in North Miami Beach. 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l-'age 4-B +Jmist> Hcrldtor) Friday. December 13. 19631 Academy Women Cents' Program Sunday Fete Chanuka A special fchanuka Room ol Hi'' %  ^tl I!' Leonard has announced. Left to right are Mesdames Carl Swerner. Howard Ralby, Stanley Mitchell. Stanley Stem, Arthur Snyder, Bert Young Michael Schwartz and M. Chairman. They are preparing for rehearsal as models at a fashion show brunch at Beth Torah Social Hall on Dec. 12 at 9:30 a.m. Theme was to be holiday fashions. Mrs. Ricky Hoffman was chairman of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood annual function. the Hebrew' Academy been called for Wednesday. 1 p.m.. in the Napolean JeBUvfUf'WteT, Rosen, president The business session of the meet ii" will include a report on the recent membership brunch byMrs M H Rosenhouse. member Steinberg, Philip K Thau. \ ra ham 1 Islander. Lsvr.v..-. U. Mauru-c Zimmen AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! S \ IS, KNI3HT puts the tangy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Gruy. ire Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and wedges Wontferful for lunch. mcta or enter; -; | Kb p :• LP SWISS KNIGHT* at your store today! ^... ] MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Rilmolive can !*&"**** lovely onions! m tl'* M. Onion flavored MATZOHS 2£.'%Z h £ t LV: hand-ia-hand uh soopa, (Ut, main dahes' The wuc*. BB> prerrx ... gives ne !.fe anJ dehci-.e zcil u> dips and aaraaij. O'-Jn Z^ior does .':.' %  ^ Now stepped up m "^ grease-cutting po*er Cleans pots and pans quick and easy JS glasses and plate* %  ^ And milder th3n *^ the leading babv soap



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?~e *<: +Jmist fkrxMar Friday. December Patients at Cedars Can Ccntnl Entry cf Natural Light by ^Window Fins' • t£e sic haw %  1 -:: -: %  pa : %  : the exact -—..-; by a %  i %  %  L L i %  %  L %  I j that ecu I %  ng %  .-• i-: • r .m %  -a £0K: %  v • %  t • tics. But 1 -. EltJ .. %  %  aad 5 :.t %  Ace Cost cf Hcspital Building Runs High These Days lake* i heap of money to tal •---:--. iayi T E J Ger" "> •-" %  f" •• [arcs 19C3. aad the jrwisdbr• • • -.-.-. .-.-• ---. :.%  -., the mat: the I ade .: BBTJ : %  .-..:..•; 'I-: new eojupmec • %  L L %  %  Myers :-. i: '.• i; L:;;. :-..:r: ;r.: o-^..:-Morr km 11.11 the 5 LOO *.-•:• pfl tad neilee Bbott Baamgai 5. •• T' ..:'•. phase of the is coordiT %  • %  ".-:-'iirector of Ul %  %  : •: -*-.-. DM .--.[ --Co"'ood on D 9 5-C ^> .'•• %  tli TYPICAL PATIENT ROOM WHERE OUTDOOR LiGHTING MAY BE CONTROLLED FROM RABBINICAL STUDENT TO BUSINESS TYCOON Saul Silberman Standard Bearer Of Philanthrcpy for Medical Center %  %  Jlst %  : Tropical Park RJ %  acted me to do I went to Hi College I completed i:v c pears of a nice-year cour I SUberman. ~%  :' a small dre>.s manufacturer he already had a brother who was a lawyer, another aegjaeer other a doctor An I mj er decided that I had to had air-. 80 m the family, l posed to be thi in his %  sixties %  i no doubt Tropical s ores Troptci ..mer •o bet. i -na Da> : %  First %  l the track char.ty 1 •%  I two its Cedar* ••: Lebai -pital %  aaui -da pace %  %  • %  --. _H BM] tree top floorin r SAUL SILBERMAN • med for Si I pro. Hi %  %  • the Found •" bronze does he i hav< .. bumble hard • %  • I the • after hit ler tool Maryland Hi %  %  %  War I caused him I i llegc Thi B, he cai Baltimore and went liM %  bu Beat %  During the depressi went to work with the Home Owners porat s ai er at 13 a house later jo I i %  ral H isinc Admimsl as field representative at • week At FliA. he rose to assistant to the State adminis trator of the agency in Balti more hi r.'38. after resigning from PHA, he built a $600,000 housing project, lost $150,000, con\uued h,s creditors lie could recoup if they would stick with him. He had them paid back by 1!M0 from profits on mure buildin 1950 he and an as :it the closed Randall racing track in Cleveland for I They poured money in, reopen<• it, ard it was such that Ohu> civic urged tbej buy Painesville a trotting track Paini sville h.ul always been in the red, but was in the black after onlj one vear of SUbermaii While in Cleveland, hi the majorit} 11 m BS cha ship team H< %  bought Tri pii And row Silberman was dent of three horai chairman of the exec.il.'> mittee of the Browns He of the 01 • -"• I tew years Bgi %  i r:i ft al nan and % %  irs LUttai \ v For three years, taej Bvs ,! "' where the late !' esidenl Keai | <\i on h; visit to Beach a \ear I Modern Godmothers in Noble Cause : .:-..-..= ;r:r S.zr.:z:z ': :. .-..%  tot Cedars' dereiopensrnt drive *: supervisioc of Haroki L>. -. team _p %  *.•securing denors bos beer. ur.der the \v %  >r i the Gedknothers to lerd their pott of the hospitals development f.: These Godm .n whose name S: been ribatted or pledeed. p^ a fiv e v %  She u called a Godmother because her -plied toward of b. Mater u .-. Her a 1 : eatecery, n Govln1 • over donors receive with • he center, and their scribed m perpe a facility of her choM Gturcbana, women who \rs, have names inscribed upor ;h the 'Tre, a massive caned me: the entrance of the h Gre.iter M.ami's wobecome "fairy Cod"' • tructure More children will rt'bust health, ai turned to their familiemunity. all because a ^r Gtxl mot hers helped



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rage 8-B *-Jenisfi fhrk/ktr Friday, December 13, 155] m 7ranees Xd man STHLA We the Women V.OMAN OF THE WEEK CharmniStella Daniels with the sparkling eyes insists that she s Hau-frau in ev*rv sense of the word. She was born in New York C tv one of four children in a closely-knit family. A sociology major Bernard she later went into the merchandising field. This was exclusive subject in an ex:lusive Liberal Arts College, the ColumUniversity undergraduate school for women, but that ciidn t stop St 111 from later finding merchandising both cinatwg and a marvelous career. Nevertheless, it was hard to get Stella to do mu.-h more talking about herself. The I u'-aiion kept coming back to her bus' %  >. I. Alfred, who is president of Burdine's In four and a half years that Stella has boen in Miami. she has quietly become in.1 in the community via the Dade Chapter ct the American Cancer Society, the % ^_ flfr v l im "' Natural Scn-nce and History. FM 1 avelers Aid and the University of Miami smpbony Club Board. Mr. an.! Mrs Daniels live on the ocean in a home with a breath-taking view When !>-, weather is right, they can walk out of back door straight into the ocean. >•• II. feels that Al must relax, and she sees tj it mat he does, since his work is intensivecreative %  inding. He. himself. 1a dynamic personality. > understanding and love of people are apparent not only to e ll a but th th whom he works, particularly the young men ,d women he has encourged at Burdine's. arc also quick and eager ; remark about it red hea led James, is at Harvard Law School, and daughter _\. illy is at the heavenlj age oi 16. Quie: evenings at home, with occasional intimate dinner parties. in nut not to be so quie "hen Al is watching football on television. utella says ho could watch three games at once—if that were possible. ourse, he's on the Oranje Bowl Committee, and of course they 1 1 all "t the University of Miami football games. Stella'> hobbies'' They include reading cook books, for which c is teased mightily, and walking around the golf course with Al— I or own game is still in the process of being one. As for knitting. e's still or, the first pair of socks she started for Al. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels have been to Europe twice, and according :• Stella. Al is the perfect traveling companion. As he sees it. Lon( m is a man's town, while Paris seems more feminine. Stella couldn't : .tree more. Time hasn't permitted the couple a trip to Israel yet, lull they are both anxious to go—and soon will no doubt. f AN ORGY THE INVITATION SAID Tessa Weinreich and Helen Hartman in ruffled leotards greeted their guests at their "Orgy" party at the Belmar Hotel. The two Kisbands. Irvin and Irving, looked cute in their wives' favorite shifts. Tue guests let their hair down in choosing their costumes. The orj 1 lestra as excellent, and the black-clothed buffet tables under the fi mous bright mural of the Belmar Hotel made the setting just right for a fun evening. Dr. Lester A. Stepner. all bandaged, carried a s an saying. "1 married an angel." and his wife. Sara, made a most tractive one. Joe Orritt came as an Indian with his wife as a s |Uaw. Norman Gorson was Little Lord Fauntleroy. while Peggy \ as a bat woman. Sam Rappaport. Leo Feinkle and Arthur Horn 1 ch came as tramps, while their wives were dressed as mah jongg t'les. There were Mr and Mrs. Irving Witt and Mr. and Mrs Dave Kaplan among the manv more. JUST BECAUSE Honey (Mrs. A L.) Glickman had another of her "just because il .fun" luncheons. Over fifty guests gathered in the beautiful lounge I the Imperial House for cocktails, followed by an exquisite luncht >n and an afternoon of cards. Centerpieces were of flowers—filled I reive, making an unusual conversation piece. Guests who hadn't Men Honey's apartment went for a quick tour to "oh" and "ah" and see her three new paintings, a Milton Avery, a Matisse and a Pas<;iiin Among guests were Mrs. Alex Manson. Mrs. Daniel Schlapik. Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Fay Ablin. Edith Mrs. Jacob) Arvcy was receiving compliments on how wonderful her ) tisband. Jacob, looked when he appeared on the Larry King 'Open Knd" TV' show last week. • A NIGHT TO REMEMBER Philip Berkowitz was eighty years young. His children had a ( %  nner party for over two-hundred guests in his honor at the Deau\ille Hotel. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz. Mr. and Mrs Abe Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz. Mr and Mrs. Donald terkowitz, Mr and Mrs. Walter Mackauf. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Bravernan. Eighteen of the grandchildren from the youngest to the oldst formed an aisle. To the music of "Young at Heart," Grandfather Lerkowitz walked in for a very special candlelighting service, 18 for Chai It was done in verse written by Lee (Mrs. Al) Berkowitz. During the evening. Lee and Al's son, Arthur, sang his grandfather's lavorite. "Mem Schtelle Bells." Abe Berkowitz, of Birmingham, prov: d an excellent toast master. Among guests were the Al Pallots. the iSen Cillers, the Dave Langers. the Jerry Ashmans, the Alec Balfes. act Langer and his mother Mina. Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Schiff, Ir. and Mrs. Sam Tcndrich, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Levin, Nathan Adelj lan. Dr. Max Pepper, his wife. Sadye, and all of the Peppers and Ir. and Mrs. Ben Essen. A COINCIDENCE Ann (Mrs. Moiris) Alpert and Jennie Seitlin each have a brand new ~reat-grandchild. The mothers are both in the same room at Cedars I Lebanon Hospital. Ann's greatgrandchild belongs to the Charles Leones and Jennie's belongs to the Marvin Gillmans. Stecklers to Live On Miami Beach Gloria Fay Korenblit became the bride 01 Alan Stockier on Saturday. Dec. 7. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Site of the ceremony'and reception which followed was the Deauville Hotel. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korenblit. 810 No. Shore Dr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Sleekier, of Syracuse, N.Y. For the nuptials, the bride wore an ivory peau de soie gown featuring an alencon lace beaded bodice with elbow-length sleeves, scoop neckline and draped cummerbund. The controlled front skut terminated in a full flowing chapel train. Layers of ivory French illusion held by a pearl crown completed the traditional ensemble. Young Mrs. Sleekier is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Miami Her husband is an alumnus of the University oi Georgia School of Pharmacy Following a honeymoon m Nassau, the newly-married couple will live on Miami Beach. MRS. DAVID ZAILiS Wirner-K.ihii MRS. ALAN STICKLER Workmen's Circle Plans Programs Members of the Workmen's Circle started celebrating Chanuka on Wednesday when Miami Beach Branch 692 held a Chanuka pro gram at 25 Washington Ave. Miami Branch 699 and the I 1. Peretz Schools will have their annual children's party on Sunday, 3 p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St. Teach er, Max Gleiberman. has prepar ed the program. On Sunday, Dec. 22, at 8 p in Miami Branch, 1050, Miami Beach Branch 1059 an:l North Dade Branch 106-1 will hold their annual combined celebration at 25 Wash ington Ave. Harold Bauman, chairman of the Southern District, and Irving Gordon, co secretary for the dis trict. will be guests. Florida's representative to the national Board of Directors. Ida Poston. will give a report. B'nai BVith Holiday Party Thirteenth annnual B'nai B'rith holidaj party, hoste I bj Bernard Resnick, will he held on Saturday, 10 a m al the Monte 1 arlo Hotel Among the 150 children expect Kendall Home Mayor Melvin J Richard will bring greetings from Miami Beat h ;u"l Chairman Joe Boyd will fer gn etin .from Dade Com I The Marilyn Lorrain Dance Studio will present a holiday show. "Nev IIH;! stars oi Tomor row." luncheon will !>,• served and each child will receive a gifl Chairman of the youth welfare program are Mr and Mrs. Herb Schurowitt, with Leo Stemm.,11 serving aparty chairman. Adath Yeshurun Nursery Program Yehuda Segal, education director of Temple Adath Yeshurun. has announced that the Nursery School is scheduled to have its Chanuka program on Friday at 10:30 a.m. Beginning with the kindling of the Chanuka candles, each class will present selections of Chanuka sonis m Hebrew and English, and dances under the direction of Mrs. Fred! Sandol Hebrew and Sundaj Schools will ni.iik Chanuka on Sunday, at 11 a.m Highlight will he a play entitled the "Hidden Menorah," under th,' direction of Meidad Abir, of the Hebrew s< i ool Participant, are Elsa Cohen Joan Lehrman Ban-} Berman Stephen Finger, Bill Steinback Sandra Goldstein, Harvey Rosen ''"' % %  Binon, Craig Hershofl darns Salomon, Mark Shechter Steve Kotzen, Joel Goldstein, Mark lei and Michael Bisbku Mil Zalles, Levine PScn to Live In Philadelphia liar Zion Temple in Pbiladtlphii was setting TJpnnksgiving J marriage of Judith Lynne b and David L. Zalles. SO n nt and Mrs. Theodore A aim Beach. The bride, daughter of MiMrs. Lewis Levine. I'cnn v Pa., was attended by Judi Hi Zalles. Mrs Frank L. Cohen •.•> West. Linda B. Miller, Ar.ir,. a | Katz and Mrs. Edward HofferJ man. Stephen Levine wag be* : ,,.„. Ushers were Arthur Gutstei v\ard Glickman. Jerome Finikin Arthur Havsy, Irving Katz and Benjamin Gutstein. After a wedding trio to | Rico and the Virgin islands, \i> and Mrs. Zalle> will res Philadelphia. Mi Mil and I lev. Jamaica Tour For Martyn Levins Maxine [net Smith and \ Li \ in were marrie Sund 1 at Westbrooke Countrj 1 Daughter of Mr an Mi Smith. 922S SW 89th Ct led '.1 ie University I and Dade Junior Colle 1 '1 bridegroom is th. Mrs. Arne Levin and the I, than Levin He 1.1 1 Miami High ai d M I ved fo in thUnited States 1 The newlyweds will I in Jamaica On their 1 1 live ..t 1900 Easl Hialeah. \ • ? m MKS. MAKTYN ItVIN fOt TNf HOLir.AIS I HAVt A CUSTOM TABU PAD I ARROW TABIE PAD CO j Por Kr Estimate and S'"; M 1 It Your Horn* Call HARRIET NABUTOVSKV FR 3-4591 im SW 8th ST. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RtPAIRING Serving D.,d. County Over 25 Vui 1111 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-990 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 r mm ~ *zzzzzzz?zz ; Cleaning-Laundry Storage J 1201 -Wth Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 L ILI\ (• %  lino Capacity



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Page 6-B > I*.*. i t flmfdfirir Friday. December 12, <^fn the rdea/m of Society Colemans Tell Mildred's Troth Mr. and Mrs Leonard Coteman, 46i:. Pralrit Ive., announce the c jagi TO • ol their daughter, Mildred Ruth "Meme." to Elliot <;.. ..... \ ad< li. son Of Mrs. Matilda Alhadeff. of Montgomery. Alii and the late Victor Alhadeff. Both stud' nts at the University of Alabama, the bride-elect iI member of Delta Phi Epsilon. social sorority, and her fiance il 1 number of Alpha Epsilon Pi. social fraternity. Saslaws Reveal Shari's Betroth! %  i i L'nil I k Ko date has been wedding set fur the M'SS MILDRtD COUMAN Dr. and Mrs. Milton 8920 S\V 5!ith St.. am i ngagement of their Sbari Lenora, to Richason of Mr. and •483 SW 29th S Both are students at • sity of Miami, where •rembcr . elected i | officers for i%4 Budd Mayei; vice presi t \i Miller; secretary, Pau | and treasurer, John SI \ -* : v ern( r-1. MRS. SAMUEL JANOWITZ r-Kuht MRS. ROEIRT KANZtR Janovvitz, Epstein In Beach Rites Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiated at the nuptials uniting Carol Lynn Epstein and Samuel Joseph Janowitz on Sunday evening. Dec 1. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel v.ere a reception followed the ceremony. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Kanzer, Ritt Will Live in Miami rmal gown of white satin brocade with short train was worn by Esther Janet Ritt when she became the bride of Robert Kanzer, son of Mr ard Mrs Dave Kanzer. 3520 >w ;-t \w She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank < %  • Ritt. 2040 SW :7th St. The Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel was the setting for the evening nuptials, followed by a reception, pertormed by Rabbi Samuel April on Sunday. Dec. 1. ron of honor was Mrs. Pat Ritt. Sheldon Kanzer served as his brothers best man. and ushers inilued Bob Geiserman. Gary G erman, Dave Komansky, Rick Korn and Arthur Ritt. The bride is a graduate of Allen %  in Pennsylvania Her -'inraduated from Miami ne University of Mi mi. He i~ an alumnus of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity. couple i -u 37th ive Epstein. Pahokee. Fla.. the bride graduated from Pahokee High and attended the University of Florida and Florida College of Medical Technology, where she served as president of Stu.lent Council. The bridegroom, now with Goodyear, is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended X Ray School at Ft. Sam Houston. Tex. His parents are Mr. and Mrs Michael Janowitz. 2126 SW 16th St. Following a honeymoon at the Eden Roc Hotel, the newlyweds will live at 8910 SW 68th Ct. Sug" nn e lunsi-uium GUOM-fM 1 €". k.ax I II S BfXTM-tfrtOVt) Ml HJjma. **i torn* GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Isra< I Si-terhood annual Chanuka potato latke party on Sunday is called for 7 o.m. in the M cial hall. A Chanuka hootenanny will be featured. On Thursday evening, Dec. 19. the Sisterhood is holding 'ts annual Secret Pal" meeting Refreshments will be served. America's Light Beer Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Florida Delight your family with Kasha Soup tonight -mm HASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to; pn^iijs Wolff# Penn Yan# New y ork MAN. THAra A DISH I '""** '->;; on \VJSC\OUS cream cheese \a\ivshed bakery-fresh bagels wth smofey-tend\* Delicious Dreams Come True WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN Make lorl you git the r marked Philadelphia Bi.nl % %  teed fresh when you buy it i money back. That • Krafts prom'" ouTASTIEST. 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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?3ge 10-A vJewist Hcridiar Friday, December 13, 19G3 Werner Baum to Speak at Conclave University of Miami Vice President "Three youth leaders have been selected as co-chairmen for le tenth annual teen-age conclave of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. They are shown meeting to plan the program for ;ie event scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 15. at the Dupont ?laza Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Randy Hochfelson, -iorth County Branch, David Ball, Beach Branch; and Sunnie 3ozansky, Miami Branch. Shown standing is staff coordij ator for the conclave, Burt Garr. Teen Agers Map Conclave Dec. 15 The Meaning of President Ken 'ly's Assassination" became the >ject matter for a last-minute .• bstitllte workshop among many hen plumed for the tenth anal teen-age conclave of the YM .1 YWHA of Greater Miami hi'duled for Sunday. Dec. 15, at ,6 • %  Duponi Plaza Hotel, the nnniii conference will nririj" together er 3oo teen-agers from 30 "Y"! unsoriV clubs in various parts Dade County for a series of dis-sions within the general theme. "eens Probe the .Major Questions : the Day." The annual forum for youth gives e young people who are mem• rs of tin"Y" clubs an opportuCharities Group Hears Speakers rialph W. Symons and George > Bernstein were to address a i eeting of the general members the South Florida Medical Chares Foundation on Tuesday. The J nindation was formed by a group ci life insurance agents from vars companies to help local churble organizations. Hernstein. general agent for the ~ itectivi 1 Life Insurance ComI ny, was to discuss "Ways to In re Uninsurables for Charitable ] .rposes." He is a vice president it director of the South Florida dical Charities Foundation. nity to evaluate many of the important problems confronting both adults and teen-agers in today's society. At each of eight workshops, there will be some 35 dele gates, and the deliberations will he conducted by a professional discussion leader. Workshop subject chosen lor this year's conclave arc: .•"Where is the American Negro Revolution Heading?' • "Early Marriage*—Are They a Good Idea?" • -What is the Meaning of I'resident Kennedy's Assassination? • Why Do ToonDrop Out of School and What Can bo Done'.'" • "Will Jewish Community Life Survive in America?" • 'What Kinds of Teen-Agers Break Laws and Why?" • "America, Russia and China— What Will be the Lineup of the Future?" • "Where Do Teens Get Their Moral Standards?" Gordon at Conference Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, and a member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, this week attended a conference in New York on the role of industry in helping improve the public schools. NEW CAR FINANCING ($4 per $100 for each year) at tank n OF MIAMI K-HO PK FM£ 117 N E FIRST AVENUE FR 19841 FOR OH! HOlft Save yourself money on either new or late model used car purchase — see our Installment Loan Dept. open 'til 330, Mon thru Fri. Mmb?' Federal Reserve System. Federal Deposit insurance Corporation A. J. HARRIS. Chairman of the Board PROTECT YOUR HEALTH Get thi* easy, convenient URINALYSIS Many Diseases give worning. Using our addressed moilef. you take a specimen in your own home, and we return promptly j complete 23 test urine analysis report. 3 tests a vear, $10.00. mon and wife (6 tests! $18.00. Licensed, registered technicians More frequent reports for diabetics sent directly to your doctor on request. Write for application form: Florida Urinalysis Laboratories, Inc. DOCTORS BUILDING 309 N.E. River Drive, Fort Lauderdo'e. Ha. Dr. Werner A. Baum. vice presort and dean of faculties at the i'niversity .•! Miami, will be key note speaker at the tenth annual ven-age conclave of the YMV WHA of Greater Miami schedul ed for Sunday noon at the Dupont •'laza Hotel. Dr. Baum will adc'ress over 300 youth delegates on •he subject of this year's Con tlave, "Teens Probe the Major Questions of the Day." Now in tin first year of his BSM ciation with the I'niversity of Miami. Dr Baum was most recently associated with the Florida State University, where he served a< dean of faculties and director of rese.irch. He is currently chairman of the Panel on Educa tion. Committee on AtmosphericSciences, National Academy of Science. The opening address will be given at the luncheon meeting at 12 noon. The delegates will also hear greetings from A. Budd Cutler. Miami attorney and president of the Greater Miami "Y." The young people in attendance, who will represent 30 clubs oi senior high age under "Y" sponsorship at various branches in Dade County, will adjourn after the luncheon session to attend one of eighl concurrent workshops, The day Synagogue Youth Plan Confab The South Florida Chapter of the National Conference of Syna gogue Youth, sponsored by Beth Israel Congregation of Miami Beach, will hold its annual conclave at the Waldman Hotel on Friday. Rabbi II. Louis Rottman. spiritual leader of Beth Israel, will give the keynote address on Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Close to 100 teen-agers are ex pected to participate in sessions throughout Saturday and Sunday They will discus* the opportuni ties for Orthodox Jewish youth to participate in community affairs, and their responsibilities in a free democratic society. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, and Rabbi Morris Horoviti, assistant principal, will serve as discussion leaders. Rabbi Pin chas Stolper, national director of the Conference of Synagogue Youth, of New York, will also participate. An important session will be devoted to planning an "Academy of Judaism," a one-day program of intensive Jewish studies for teenagers, to feature prominent scholars as gue't speakers. Ill addition to Sabbath services, study groups and discussion Bel sior.s, a Clunuka banquet and social will be conclave highlights. I Sholom Strajcher is chapter prev ident and conclave chairman Marvin D. Schreiber is acting chapter ad\isor. Young Judaea In Winter Camp Third annual winter camp program of Greater Miami Young Judaea will take place at Camp Owaissa Bauer on Dec 22 to 24 under the direction of Jerry Cohen, public school instructor, and Mr. and Mrs. Iri Avanm. Israeli emissaries for Southeastern Region of the United States Slate of activities includes sports, crafts, camp fires, and Is. raeli singing and dancing on the theme of "Jewish Youth Around the World" under the leadership of Young Judaean counselors Program is open to boys and girls in fourth through 12th grades There will be separate programs for the elementary and high BCfaOOJ levels, with kosher meals prepared by the camp chef Reg istration, limited to ion boys and girls, is also open to non Judaea members. Paul Kvvitney. (amp chairman, announced. will come to a close with a talent show and dance. Staff coordinator for the conclave is Bun CaiT, youth activities supervisor at the Beach "Y." The three teen-agers serving as cochairmen for the tenth annual conclave are David Ball. Beach Branch; Randi Hochfelseii, North County Branch; and Sunnie Gozansky, Miami Branch. At the luncheon session, Susan Stern will lead the assemblage in the smuinu of the national anthem, while Paul Kamin will piesent a memorial to the late President John F. Kennedy. Jeri Fierberg will lead the benediction. The gatherin.u will also observe the fifth day of Chanuka with the formal kindling of the menorah. Sunnie Gozansky will speak on the significance of the tenth anniver sarj of this program. 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Jassah Plans | Memoria Ry c p ,c,.l Report Ha 'he tation of, ., ipecial President the Ha medical Cen%  M ... national ced Id (hat ptoiw %  „ ionstruet an into be kn m i as lj Memorial Me icfcl Carter ,;. judean Hills. | ) i. r tins edi p iximately $>oo.%  I by Dan Hen Isra. II architei Ihe John F Kending iexpect: the 1964. Mrs. lhal more than tl> from the %  expected to visl iallj H wWI i" i B nd exhibition %  .. .HI i touris' dining [acUitiei that it also wil headquarters volunteer hospi ding as a plac physicians an from all ov pel to discuss lal MrKr ii will be here %  p iblic will learn [. PS in Israel and selves, through •. arious aspects ol k ol healing, teach h n also will be •. rings "i medical idents from various Igj • ,rUI who ire study .n Israi I .v.-Knarsk) said t *;• t the IiK Kenned) Memorial Build tribute" to the %  had a "great the lAJo vn ans tvo via ~3Tewish Floridxan Miami. Floiida, Friday, December 13, 19G3 Section B Mrs. Comay at Woman of Year Lunch Speaker al the Dec 27 Woman ol the Year luncheon ol the American Frienas >>i the Hebrew Unl versit) will be Mrs Joan Comay, wife "i the Israel Ambasaador to the United Nations, Michael Co ma) One ol Israel's outstanding writers and speakers, Mrs. Comay i> known for her writing while is rael Bureau Chief for "Israel Speaks." as well as her recent travel guide to Israel published l..-i March. Horn in South Africa. Mrs. Comay came to Israel alter World War II and played an active part in the dramatic events leading up to the creation Ol thi' new State ol Israel She served as a driv er lor the Hagannah, a liaison officer with the British authorities [or the Jews beleaguered In the Old tit\ oi Jerusalem, and a^ mi. MICNAfl COMAY can medical specialists car assistant to a team ol South Afri wounded soldier: ing l< and civilians. A former member "i the Hadassab council m Israel, In charge •! publicity ami public relations, as well as a member ol the World Executive ol Women's Internatlon:d Zionist Organisation, Mrs. Coma) today works very closely with the national Women's Division of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University Participating in the luncheon program with Mrs Comay will be Joan Field, the world-renowned violinisl Honored guest and Woman Ol the Year. Mrs Am. a Brenner Meyers. Will receive a icroll in recognition of her "distinguished civic, cultural, educational and philanthropic achievements." Chairman ol the luncheon, Mrs. Max Weitz and chairman ol the Woman of the Year Award CoinContinued on Page 4-B Mt. Sinai Hospital's third annual Jubilee Ball on Saturday evening a! the Fontainebleau will have as its guest of honor Samuel Gertner. executive director, shown v/ith Mrs. Gertner. (See story. Page 3-A.) understanding" of and sympathy for the objectives and purposeOf the Hadassah Hebrew Cniver-ity Me lical Center. n j by ISABEL GROVE reunion when Bar i!m.in Segal, oi Busvacation with his Joseph Segals, ol friends and the lolbeginning to stream • the holidays gayer r many Greater i I i. i %  -i ents for IS years, %  • und Irving Weinberg. I Hollywood, cam %  ken all Florida gold I < i thi ir shoes Here !i as houseguests of nephi Bate! e ai d Wtxler Mart i • buying trip m Gotham I i tally glad to retur I i nine and his guests Wichita, Kan Gloria nan) Durmasldn with Sharon 7, and Jay 2. r..l weeks with her par e and Nat Waldman Mi • fond urandparents them home just a few weeks. planned their vacation h the West and Canada to stopover with the Dur. Also here for the si ason, the Waldman "Greek Episode," nf I things are expected r v .th Mrs Sadie In, toe William (Bill) di trict attorney of Na? hours for Mrs. Cahn to k forward to, visit from ghter Marcelle. wife of Dr. Sheppard Povlln, who is chut of personnel al Roosevelt Veterans Hospital in Montrose, Doroth) Ann Moss, taking ad vantage ol the first break in her leaching assignment in Manhattan to look over the new Regencj Hous e apartment her parents. H n nah and Philip Moss, now 0CCU pv unfortunately, shell us miss the firsl aiiimer*ary celebration ol brother Edward Moss and the former Diane K rks o„ Saturday Preced.„., in,i.\ a few days, roommate ,;,".„,. Granoff, daughter oi the Harold Granoffs The girls i ill return north together. VbltiHf Mr and Mrs. Walter ,.,.,.,,.;-. 0 f Miami, son Alvin. his ,„e Natalia and their throe All Ihe way lrom Libert v N Y where BergOT Is CBiel laboratory technologist at Maim n „le. Hospital ... A leader IB his con.nnin.ty. Berger has lerved as commissioner of the PAL Little League for many years and as secretary of the Liberty Rotary. Joan Manheimer among the handful ... Florida high school 8eD i 0rs named national achieve „.,.„, award winners by the Ns ,, council of Teachers .ward. Pretty Joan will be j une 1964 graduate of Beacn Hjgh wher€ ihe has an enviable Wtaner o many awards in speech, the Joung deb daughter of Dr and MrLeon Manheimer neverUM | ( planto follOM a career in journalism. a wonderful kind of gift: vendome adjustable rings Such holiday-extravagance at her fingersi Our giant-Sized nogs include 30 tailored, jewel set and mock-pearl comb.nations all with Vendomes unique s-t-r-e-t-c-h band that puts an end to knuckle and ring-slip problems! Each exciting style is hand-polished to give that quality look usually found in higher priced styles. Ideal for year-around glamour! The collection, 7.50 to 12.50 each. | p|| %  OSTUMt JEWEl^Y. 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-ember 13. 1963 A MAGIC INGREDIENT Jmlst> nor&0tn Page 3-C nen's Auxiliary \lr. Majcr Conirihilia;: Jc Growth of Hospital 40* CHER IMPORTANT ASSIISTANCG PACE 5C j • i(-> tul bospi %  v. tinea's auxil lara of Lebanon it Vmiiarv ell U'.• ii i \o\OIl! ft i ... v I I "I have pride tl i tOUl h i i i ingredient ui -up nt's comforts and ii is good to know goes mi 365 daj are growing and Our blueprints have We have complel r three doors, adding i .1Tinlaboratories are ir Heart Pavilion is and automation has be emphaaia. And. of the ladies, your Lobnow three times its of is the • %  i\ s I •> Lewis sees it: "Maintaining to !>• operation, irds of patient care et i thm i %  p n d i pel ti 'M ..i %  • %  I p • In call he Aux exl .-killand ti reater respoi sibilttii in our expan .ion program." Lewis urged all members "i the Auxiliary "to give full sup I" i to Mrs Tcil Lotterman, youi president, and your officers in anj projects you undertake \ team effort works best, helps most people. "I salute the hard working H i men H hose credo is 'service' Ami i wish to express mj thanks lor your unflagging interest in our hospital, a non-sectarian institution which stands as a beacon of mere) and healing for all u ho come to itdo< rs." C. dars cl Lebanon Auxiliary members demonstrate real interest in progress of building expansion as they're taken on a tour of the new facilities by Hospital Administrator Senford K. Bror.stein. He's seen with Mrs. Ted Lotterman (right), president of the Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Benjamin Oren, a charts member of the organization.. Ke Trudged ThrcurS She Tap Three Ffocrs In Deep Satisfaction Murmuring: 'Beautiful' SIX VOLUNTEERS AT WORK Expanded Lobby Shop Features Roster of Many Novel Articles i new Lobh; Shop in tull >-i i i atio ( %  I I ion of Mr chs man the th i bright and ch i %  stablishment has be ipular n i rep ; thai bj -i\ women volh day More tha to dispense gr< I %  s, toys, books, dm .I' 1 oods and bouqw ts. Ten p oul weekly. inded Lobb) Shop is the ori inal es ,i 100 tq. it and ;< meeting room Vuxilian fully planned overl ei n install ,v the rticles to best I %  i : white for ned to tit the urnice. Mrs. ; t IV ori -'/ unique appi a] of the displ : collect! [a -\ ide ai 11 and i oveltj .i 'welry rii< i al ers Among the i ne l items i are manj • inal IJ Florida i r >i m n, Manj are i arrii d in stock, as v I Mrs Ben Novack h is been In ol the nti ri i i dor • Dui ing ll e "lean" yi ars the h | ital was n i worked hai I in the fund drivi lea %  • ership, strength ai I %  >! his mi a is to keep tin i He has been accorded manj honors ami tributes in his color iul lifetime, but few say so much for so manj appreciative patients as doethe pair oi bronze profiles on the sixth floor. 'I Inwill now be known as the Spector Pavilion. The pioneer philanthropist who has i .ult some of Miami's finest residential, comercial and a view of one corner of the enlarged Lobby I Shop, with volunteers Mis. Leo Berman (left) and Hazel Bakst (right) busy tidying up new displays. industrial buildings is tlnnkin ol retiring. But It's only thought ai this point if he preferred, Spector, who says he's 78, could lean back in an easy chair and bask in the -low ol what he has ace implished in a unique lifetime, But he probablj will hold this idea at arm'length for a good while He loves to bml I, And he has i | this same dedication on to his five sons, Irving^ Julius, Louis, Elinor and Barnett. They're all part oi the firm of Spot-tor and Sons, 'there are 25 grandchildren and 13 greatndchildren, "Pop" Spector I ells you, proudly. Sams life readlike something cut ol the Horatio Alger paperback hookwhich were so pop ular when he was a young num. Arriving in Manchester, England, from Russia in 1905. he realized the "big move" was towards the golden U.S., and he made the journey to Boston. The country wain the throes of a strangulating economic depression, and there were hard days. But Sam. who had learned the construction business since he was twelve yearold. was not discouraged. While still in his teens, he had been entrusted with a superintendent's job on a rail road in Russia, riding herd over 600 carpenters and laborers. Was he not a fully-trained craftsman who had learned to do virtually anything with a ruler, a hammer and saw? Alter 2o yearm Boston, Sam and his fa mil) arrived in Miami. It was 1926, and the boom was on. but this didn't last. Samfortune of $236,000 went down the tram The family stood itelj beside him. They all went out to look for work Says the man who has given nearly a million dollarto charity, "I did odd j. hfi r S3 a day, and glad to -i I '.i 1 on. Spector and could go in no other ird in im was elected a •( i in (oral He built Sam Weissel'8 offici -on what inow e Mile, In is>33. he became the first licensed conr to build mass-prod, i.ed h mes. Practically all the restal dwellings in the southwest section of Miami were Spector homeSkill, training and care paid off, Despite the awesome depres%  ion "t th" "30's, the Spector grew, the sons rallied by the side of Pop.'" who was at his desk ever) daj to keen the company together. Among ether things, Spector is .: devoutly religious patriarch who was a founder of Beth DavContinued on Pag 5-C SPECIALTIES All nursing stations are being enlarged, and special electronic equipment has been installed to -peed communications with all departments Patient-rooms have individual air conditioning and heal controls. A completely new telephone sys teni has been installed in each of the rooms. Now, a patient can dial his calls direct to his party without first channeling the connection through the hospital switchboard. Electrical outletin the center of the floor are placed to accommodate both slide and movie projectors in the new Cedars of Lebanon Conference Room. i



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Friday, December 13, 1963 +Jewist fhridirtr Page 7-A Lehman Devoted His Life to Serving His Country it n-...t. T A Mruinl Blnai UnanUttl mu... i__ _. Continued from P9e 1-A Mount Sin;n Hospital. When the floor |d denounced a num. Sund > m tta "> hospital's '. governrneni officiate „ Board of Tnwtew were concluded, .„,.. wading their names w *•** %  Lehman's habit to document. Lehman noticwalk his # ymnest son. Herbert, %  ""' %  „, through the pititui tenement dls, ha t it was being read out ot ruK r| th |ower Ra$| siH9, he was an undergraduate at immiWilliams College. He wrote an essay on tin rights oi immigrants more > """ %  iruis 't me lower East Side iii context. He promptlj challenged purpose was to sharpen in the boy McCarthy to read 'I..' paper In its an awareness "i the squalor, toil c • rety. Blistering words passed back and forth across the chamber until McCarthy came up with a q.,b offer to show Lehman his material "at any time." L*!lman walked over and held out his hand. McCarthy refused. The gallery, which had solemnly watched the by-play broke into vigorous applause for Lehman. On another occasion, McCarthy sed Lehman of "illegal use" ih %  ,,. ( ingressional mail frark privilege IK' objected ipeci I illy to Lehmai distribution .;.,, %  h which criticised seI, y | oth McCarthj ami the Mcu/alter Immigration Act. gratuitous reference to one ol the wealthiest : in the Senate.'' McCarthy hints and allegations asso %  %  :, opponent with CommunLehman replied tnal he had no .. • %  : utilizing the free mailv i> p: A ilege ••> >' rded to all • ress H'added fight McCarthj ... i have the strength, • % %  it ags ih, immi [ration polic> %  forth m the Imn t \ i, and I .-hall i so n ; the Senator from Wis i i r I nexl few days, the incoming al Lehman's office mall) There uric ". cash, checks, even I > stamps. The l.tter writMembers oi the newly-formed will conclude with a family dintakenlj believing that McChildren's Choir at Temple Neriiier, served by the sisterhood, on %  %  had blocked Lehman's I Tamid who will participate in Wednesday evening. Ui privelege, were coming to Chanuka services on Saturday -j^ v seven Golden Buttons," aj r ue! morning are Fred Pearlman, Michca ntata produced and directed by ael Wolland, Joel Breeh. Joel Cantor Saul H. Breeh, will be preHoltzman. David Hair. Jeff Mortented. and a poem entitled "On Being Re jected" for the campus literary magazine, Hut Lehman's liberalism and dynamic political role really emerged after a career in the li nancial world. The hallmark of Lehman's four administrations as Governor was the sound liscal health of the state. Only once, in nine elections. was he defeated That was in !94ti. when he was beaten by Republican Irving i; Ives for the Senate. But in 1949, in a special Senatorial (lection. Lehman von over the late John Foster Dulles, who subsequently was named Secretary of State. Lehman was returned to his Senate post in 1350. In 1956, al 78, he declined to seek reelection to the Senate. But he was tar from retired in Democratic Party affairs. Joining with the late Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, he was a vital factor in the reform drive that in 1961 toppled Tammany Boss Carmine De Sapio. All three of the Lehman children served overseas in World War Two. John rose through the ranks to Lieutenant Colonel. 'Daughter Hilda Jane was with the WACin North Africa and Italy. Peter, the eldest son. an Air Force Lieutenant, was killed after having flown 57 combat missions. Lehman himself was a Colonel in World War I, earning the Distinguished Service Medal for his supply work. In World War II, the creation of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration brought together 44 nations in a massive effort to alleviate the hunger and havoc the war left in its wake. Lehman was named UNRRA director general. By force of personality, he welded his international team into a cohesive unit despite varying and conflicting national interests. He won international gratitude for his success in organizing supplies and services that cared for millions of displaced persons and helped liberated nations meet the spectre of wholesale starvation. His death occurred only a day before President Lyndon Johnson was to have honored him at the White House He has now been awarded th" Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously, With Cantor Sauel H. Bieeh, of Temple Ner Tamid, are these students who will participate in the Saturday morning Children's Choir, starting this weekend. Bottom iow (left to right) are Fred Pearlman. Michael Wolland, Joel Bieeh and Cantor B:eeh. Rear are Joel Holtzman, David Hurr, Jeff Morgan and Alan Felsot. Children's Choir Will Perform Herbert Lehman was a lifelong New Yorker, born March 28, 1878, in Manhattan. But the man who stood as the leader on civil rights issues in the Senate could point for the benefit of his southern colleagues, to a southern heritage of his own. Hifather, Mayer Lehman, an < Iron Germany in 1848. setHi n Montgomery, Ala, to en• cotton business and be I respected member of the i ly. During the Civil at the request ot the Gov Uabama, he undertook oi compassion to ease irsh lot of Alabama soldiers "nerv b) the Yankees. years later. Mayer Leh i migrated to New York City me a founder of the New gan and Alan Felsot. The Temple's Religious School will hold itannual ("hanuka program and assembly on Sunday morning. 10 a.m., in the Sklar Auditorium. A talent show will be featured in addition to the ("hanuka presentation and playlets accompany at the piano Si-terhoo.l will host a special Chanuka luncheon to be served to the children (hanuka Festival at the Temple Temple members in the cast are Mesdames Saul H. Breeh. Dan Piver, Kamona Horwitz. Yvette Silberger. Ben Avick, Leo Paul. Morris Woskow. Ida Marx. Gertrude Mogul, Leona Bezark. Bill Weisman, Dan Plver and Bernie Lack. Joseph Schreibnian will Judge Barad to Speak Teenagers of Temple Kmanu El's week]., youth breakfast will ;>. joined by the Temple's confirmation breakfast for a special me a tounder ot tne New Chanuka session on Sunday. 10:15 w..ik Cotton Exchange and to <>r a m.. at Temple Emanu-El. Specie a private banking enter ial guest speaker will be Judge i His philanthropic work inFrederick Barad, of the Metro service u a trustee of Court. BECAUSE: Older People and Convaleacenti require an exceptional amount of care you want nothing but the best for your loved onea. ROOM and BOARD I For Elderly Pec pi* Special low sum-j I mar rates, strictly Kosher. Warm at| motphara. Car service. Also Efficiency — reasonable Rate. Mrs. H levin. 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. 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December 13, 1963 l"\lurbrMiin>r Page 13-C Gordon to Chair Merkos Dinner Metro Commissioner Alex GorJon of Miami Beach has been named chairman ot the annual i Merkos L'Inyonei C'hinuch dinner scheduled fur Jan. 2t> at lie Deauvv'ille Ilotef-"*•"** *MM Co-chairman of the event will be Louis Merwitzer, president of the Hebrew Academy of Creater Miami The two appointments were made this week by Rabbi Abraham Korf, director of the Southeastern Region of the movement, and Harry Hosenberg, chairman of the arrangements committee. More liar. 500 persons Bra exlected ID attend the annual luneion, which in turn aids more than 150 day schools in Morocco and srael, and other programs Cue-Is of honor at the dinner will be Mr. and Mr-. I-ulor 11. Kramer, of Miami Beach, who are active supporters of the Merkos L'lnyonei Chinuch and the Lubavitcher movement as a whole. Gordon, who, represents t h e Beach area on the Metro Commission. Hs^a graduate of Boston University, "College of Business Administration anil College of Law. He served with the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1939 to 1945 and resigned his post to come to Florida. He married the former Sandra Could, of Cambridge, Mass.. and the couple have lour daughter*., Virginia Ann 21, Linda 20, Sheila, and Gayle. The Gordons live al 2405 V Meridian Ave. Religion Today is Topic "The Role oi Religion in Tod Society" w as the subject ol a roundtablc discussion Fridav e\ ei ing before the Westbrooke Countrj Club Wisdom Workshop. kta Senior Hebrew High School of Greater Miami henLec Robinson with a complete set of the world-famous [no Bible. Robinson (left' accepts the award from Shepp: honorary committee chairman, and Councilman P. Galbut, dinner chairman. The Mesivta third anirship dinner was held last week at Waldman's >ol Children To Fete Chanuka Mesivta Dinner Honors Robinson \ capacity attendance gathered it. honor Leo Robin on al Waldman's Hotel for .<• Mesivta third scholarship dinner last week Harbor Islands Maj >r Shep ant Broi d pr< tented a set of Holy Bibles on behalf <>i Mesivta to R %  .i son Councilman Hyman Galbut, dinner chairman, greeted guests, Including Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall, Metro Ju ge Gerald Klein ind Constable Leonard Weinstein Representing the Rabbinical Association was Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president Main address was by Rabbi aac L Swift, who stressed IIie contribution Of Mesivta Senior HIL:II Sehool to Greater Miami Jewry TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. 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B'nai R'rith Women, was cited for enrolling the largest number of new members for the second con1 secutive year Trophy was presented to the group by Miami Beach Council at a membership party for all Miami" Beach chapters on Thursday, Nov. 21, ai the Deajlville Hotel. On accepting the honor for the group, Mrs. Robert Litt. founder president, recounted the chapter's achievements, stressing the 137 new members attracted during • 163 64 Neweil fun apot offert 3-doy, 2-night get-ocquointed Adventure Pa -oge. #38 per per*., in o room, include* oir-corvfittoned room, 7 gourmet meals, choice o* fllhing, toiling, but ond boot tour, or woler tL iing plus iwimming and other litond pleaturet. Good until Feb. I cott o* trovel not included. Flightt doily from rVett Palm Seoch, Ft. Louderdole and Miami. Reserve thru rtorel Repretentativei WILLIAM P. 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Page 2-B lr** #"ridlirir Friday, December in Technion Women fir.al'ze DlanB fcr the grout's membership luncheon en Friday at the Seville Hotel. The 3CC membars of Greatar Miami V.'omen's Division of the American Technion Society denote their membership dues to Israel's largest engineering college, and do no other func-rcisina. Shown are left to right: Mesdames Harrv Plctoff. tickets; Leo Rutstein, financial %  wet try: Meyer A. Baskin. prcgrom chairman; Philip F. Thau, president of the Giecter Miami Chapter; Trudy Hamerschlag. life membership chairmen; Ben-Zion Ginsbi rq. membership chairman; Dorothy Krieger Fink, chairman of the day. Not shown are Mrs. Jack Katzman, arrangements chairman, and Mrs. Inez Krensky, hostess. Miami Technion Women to Hear Judea Cantor at Luncheon Set for Friday Cantor Gordon S Richards of program will begin at 11:30 a.m. Temple Judea in Coral Gables. Mrs. Jack Katzman is chairman who ha> sung baritone roles with of arrangement-: Mrs Marry the Metropolitan Opera, will hadPlatoff. tickets: Mrs. Inez Krentine the program of the Technion sky. hostesses: Mrs. Ben Z.on Women's luncheon at the Seville Ginsburg. membership: Mrs Trudy on Friday. Dec. 13. Hamerschlag. life members. The soloist will offer operatic. T i %  w • %  / l.-,,.^,,.,! n ~A i i T.ckets mav be obtained from l.Turgical. and popular vocal se,,• r> < %  >. I Women s Division officers Mrs Harry Platoff. 1435 West Ave., or Program chairman. Mrs. Meyer at the door. A Baskin. said that Cantor Richofficers of the Greater Miami ards has also appeared with the Women's Division, in addition to Philadelphia Opera. St. Louis Mrs. Thau, are honorary presiOpera and was at one tune, a dent. Mrs. Irving Lehrman; vice leading baritone of the City Cen presidents, Mesdames Trudy Hamter Opera Company of New York, erschlas. Meyer A. Baskin. Nan The noted singer will be accomCohen. Dorothv Krieger Kink. Ben panied by Mrs Henry Barancik. z,on Ginsburg and Jack Katzman; Another program highlight will treasurer. Mrs. Ruben Porter: fi!• entitled "I Was There." featurn an < : '' secretary, Mrs. i.e.) Rutins an eye witness account of Mrs. stein; recording secretary, Mrs. Ph:hp F. Thai.'recent visit to the Lou' s Kohn: and corresponding new campus of Technion—Israel secretary. Mrs. Jack Goldberg. Institute of Technology at Haita Women's Board of Directors inRita Oppenheimer. Harry Platoff, Harold Shapiro. Milton Sirkin. Sol Temple Zamora Chanuka Fe1 Annual Chanuka candlelighting teacher. Mrs. Audret ceremon) iponsored bj the Hanis Sunday School teach? '.,ii Circle "i the Sisterhood, will u,__ Held Sui D p.A at ,J-; r n : ; T ~ f ,h '' Chant Pie Zamor. tZ"T" ?"** v :il nounced and av ij Hershel Brooks will delivFollowing the candlelj ,r Hiocation and lead the m.pi:y. Chanuka n munit) sii "i Chanuka I • -> rved Mrs. Uma Lois %  A i nl ta, lb' Chanuka Conman ol th Hannal ver.tion," ected bj Mrs Rose Ruth Shuman iGursk Mrs Audrey Ledercandlelighting man -'.lie Rochelle Shapiro Silber, fourth C^-J--| /*i i grade %  in the religious ^CIOI L-liiD i|. Casi includes Jeffrey Nedelman, en, Paul Bashaway, %  M Garahag uiii c ,„ 1(1 srurlcne Pont, Perry Sobol Mark business agenda of the Losm Lisa Ben, Louis Birenc•' n < ,| >'<> s.-ciai club u-aig, Neil Reiter, Kenneth Gor2 P m %  al Reth F.l (, ] don, Carolyn Finkelstein, Gary Plans for a gala \. Pont, Kenneth Stein, Eve Tibor, Eve party on Dec :;i w jj] Joanne Eskreis, Bruce Rein. Arcussed and election ol new •mid Greene, Sue Lederman, Manwill be held, lyn Finkelstein, Larry Ben. The balance of the „J Adrienne Siegel, Robert Reynolds. wUl be devoted to a chanLi Richard Josepher. ty, with refreshments and] Nursery School will present %  tional songled bj To Meet Sun a wonai song, led bj Joseph short -kit with Barry Nedelman. witz. Trachtenberg. Faye Tupler. Max K 1( n ,<,.,„ ,,. lu a K inkelstein. Mrs Joseph Brafi and J Weitz. George W Valentine and Serena Sara. Jason Sara Mrs. [an Silver are refreshment* I I i>n"H 7'">"-' irnm^>-;i i"ur-erv school men elude Mesdames Abraham Anthony. Alexander Bearman, Ruth Johnson Berger. Bernard Berkley. Irving Cypen, Frances Entme. Harry Grossman. Jennie Grossinger. Jeanette Gutterman, Norman Chairman of the day. Mrs DorC. Hill, Inez Krensky. Bernard othy Krieger link, said that the Kwartin. Anna Brenner Mevers. During her trip. 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r Friday. December 13, 1963 +Jurist fhridtor) Page 5-A V Mrs. Lester Saal is rehearsing her miniature actors, Rebecca Gadon. David Center and Sandra Longer, for the Beth David Religious School Chanuka program on Dec. 15. Beth David Will Mark Chanuka Religious School of Both David egation will celebrate ChauK.i on Sunday morning from 10 to 12 noon, in Spector Hall. I *o playwin oe presented. The first in English, entitled "Alice in Chanuka Land," will be directed bj Mrs Mike Forer. The secpreaectation will feature \l>l'ii 1 in a Hebrew presi ntatii :i under Hie direction of teacher, Mrs, Rochclle Ross. will be led by Cantor 1 pson Habbi Norman %  %  i vv i 11 address the assem Prizes and Refreshments efreshments will be the students ol Con oi Beth El Hebrew and • S hools at the Chanuka to be held Sunday, 10:30 n Ihe auditorium. AERIAL SIGN CO. 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He is president of Beta Alpha Psi, accounting 40cety at Wharton, and was recently elected to Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary business fraternity. Lefcourt i* al-o a student mem her of the Wharton School Examination Committee. He and his wife. Beverly, live in Philadelphia. They expect to go to New York University, where he will work toward a Master's degree in Business Administration, specializing in taxation. ,v> CA, Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 rv MIAMI BIACH'J ONLY K0SHI* NUKS1NG H0A1E and HEAITH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care A Concept orared to Combine Sociil. Spiritual. Medie.il Needs of the individn.il tor the Aging. Rtcuper.itive. and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of Warmth with fvery Convenience Including V.evator, Television, Etc. SIDNEY SIEOEL, Executive Director (Formerly Ass t. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home A. Hospital for the Aged. Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE") IfTTER TO THI EDITOR Reader Flays Ecumenical Indecision EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The Ecumenical Council i n Rome wasn't able to come to a decision to approve the declaration submitted to them thai the Jewish people should not be held responsible for the killing of Jesus It is disappointing that a postponement of the issue was necessary; thus the Catholic Church has failed to contribute .ts part in eliminating anti-Semitism among Christians by correcting injustices to the Jewish people over centuries of false accusations. II was evidently too early to enjoy the breakthrough of enlightnaent in the heirachy of the Catholic Church that would put an end to the indoctrination of hatred toward Jews, poisoning generation-, by accusing .lews with all kinds of charges. From the earliest times of the Christian era, down through the ages, Jews were persecuted by the Church. The suffering during the Inquisitions and the burning of Jews at the stake are a substantial part of the history. Even after the Church lost its secular power, it still contributed a great deal to the destruction of European Jewry during the Nazi ere by its passive attitude. I It was thus noted, with great re' %  lief and satisfaction that through the initiative of the late Pope John,, a great humanitarian, the issue of anti-Semitism had been brought 1 before the Ecumenical Council to' try to remedy an almost 2,000-yearj old mistake But we now experi-' ence the controversy which arose in the Council on this issue. AntiSemitism is too deeply ingrained in the structure ot the Catholic Churtfl, and to remove it will take much greater effort on the part of liberal elements in the Church The political considerations >• em to indicate thai just as the Church did ''it want to take a pub lie stand againsl Hitler, so today the • me i easoning is bei' i plied when Arab sentiments are mentioned as among the causes for; IMistponement. The U. S. State Department re cently published documents showing the repeated efforts made by i the U. S Government in 1942 forj fie intervention of the Vatican in behalf of the Jews being killed systematically in Hitler's extermination camps In those formal approaches, al.-o from other governments. Pope Pius XII was urged publicly to eondemn the Nazi atrocities, knowing that such intervention wool I be helpful in saving millions of Jew S, Pope Pius XII whose love and loyalty to the Germans seems now well-established, was unmoved and refused his cooperation to intervene. By his stubborn silence, he simply gave Hitler the power of attorney to keep on killing the Jews. In view of the revelations in the U. S. State Department publications, we know that this pasEDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The Jewish Floridian, in its issue of Nov 15. published a dispatch of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency which quoted the Jordan-) lan newspaper, "Falastin," as stating that "The American antiZionist Council (for Judaism) has' announced it will work towards expending all possible assistance to' the Palestinian (Arab) Delegation in the United Nations General As-; sembly, and that it will also be ac-' live to bring to the attention of American public opinion the latest, c'evelopments concerning the Palestine problem and t!ie effort of| the Palestinians to achieve the return of the fatherland." I have confronteil the American' Council for Judaism with this re-, port of the Jewish Telegraphic \ ency, the ownership of which, •t may be said, is vested in the World Zionist Organization, Lecnard R. Sussman, executive director of the American Council for Judaism! informs me the sive attitude wasn't ignorance but an established policy of the Vatican toward the Jewish ques tion, conditioned in Germany while Pope Pius served as a Cardinal in Berlin. Therefore, the late Pope Job endeavor to change the attitu of the Vatican constituted a gtt hope that the Church would reve to its earlier ideals, but the potponemenl ol the approval of ti declaration is a great setback. It proves thai there are still mighty forces in the Church who advOC) hatred instead of love in the nai Of Christianity There is still a long way to go in the achievement of brotherly love, and a much greater effort has to be made by the libe forces in the Church to assure th I the darkness of the Middle Aj. will not again prevail in the cli bars of the Vatican. MAURICE GOLDRING Miami Beach Council "has no intention of issjing any statements to the United Nations on the Arab refuge* debate. The Council hat never done so in the past. The formal views of the Council are addressed only to the government of the United States. "The American Council for Judaism favor-, neither the Arab B t the Israeli cause. We act .n the terest of the United States." The Council attempts to tree American policymakers of Ziom-t pressures such as those of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency ar.d all other pro-Zionist agencte*. The Council shares in the recent American Assemblj recommendation set forth by a distinguished group of Americans that American intere-t calls for neutrality in the Middle East. The Council believes this policy will ultimately prove to he in the interest oi the parties directlj involved. HERBERT U. FEIBELMAN Miami w PROTECTIVE LIFE Congratulates GEORGE BERNSTEIN, C.L.U. MAN OF THE MONTH n GEORGE BERNSTEIN, C.L.U. This outstanding representative has earned his designation by leading the entire Protective Life sales force, and placing S800.000 of individual life insurance protection in force for his clients during October. Mr. Bernstein is a consistent member of the Company's Honor Clubs, and a National Quality Award recipient for seven consecutive years. He is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Southeast Florida and an instructor in the Life Underwriting Training Council. 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December 13, 1963 ImAgHhrifMQdn Page 15-E LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \Hi nd> i gni 'i. i %  •• • %  "'%  'IIK -mil. i;.._u: KJMHAI I. >1 i. -w^-UI l:\i.i. %  I N %  : : %  • %  • .• \ i: .HI ,\vi M mil KIH Golden Age Club "knq tinal arrangements for the installation sr dance of Miami Beach Zionist District are standing (left to right) Bernard Kate. Herman Wemtraub. Gil Rappapoit, Sidney Ray:;;, ,, ; Julius I. Rosenste.n. Seated 0X6 rt E. Ossip. past president of the district; iBrandeis District I To Hear Heller District >f ll Zionist : America, which %  sorth Shore area ol h will iponsor a cornopen meeting on ovci ing, Dec. to. at -, Tamid. accordin program chairman speaker will be Daniel commander <>t the War Veteran* of the Unit Miami Beach attorney >:•. who waa a par... a special I JA stud) el organized on a [or outstanding young mmunit) loaders. Heller, as in-: been presented the Mit'i Award ;is "out %  .; Miamian" by the Jewish Appeal, has leadership awar I istai ding service to Ihe Caplan, president ol iJtnct, will introduce Heller, n : ounced •• musical pro ill be presented. AUo to A ill be a report by Al Ossip, president >f ,nc Council of the Greater ZOA Districts Israelite Center Chanuka Fete b iy and girls of the Is; (enter Religious School will present a pageant entitled en of the Maccabees" on Sunda>. 10 a m.. in the Center E Hall. The annual eelelna : the Festival of Chanuka will be followed by a latke party by the Dora Stein Sister howl and the Youth Group Directed by Phyhss Zisroan, i teacher, assisted by other n >ral the teaching Staff, the pro-ram will present skit-. InItrumental numbers, traditional holiday aonga and ceremonial lighting of the menorah by the | er students of the sehool. Vci-ompanlmeat on the piano vill i>< by Mrs. Louis Cohen. Starred as Judah Maccabee ia Kevin Hen, with Stuart Bell, David DeBarge, Spencer Kcrwi-cli. Perl. Roberta Meister. Janet Silk, and Peter Resnick. following the pageant. Cantor I lia Cohen will lead the entire assembly in a Chanuka songfest. Harold Shapiro, immediate past president; and Joseph Mechlow. The dinner will be held Ian. 12 at the Deauville Hotel and was postponed due to the national period of mourning for the death of the late President Kennedy. Golden Age Friendship Club ol the Miami YMHA "ill hold itannual New YearEve party Tui'Sdaj Dec 31, 8 p.m.. in the Y Auditorium, ISO SW 16th Ave. Supper and dancing will be included „i the celebration. Committee ers are Mrs Rose Cutler. Mrs Rebecca Goodfriend, Al Vaa .: ,i Abraham Berrin. HoJIohon Given Rank Dual rank of page and squire ... eonfi rred on Hep George L. Hollahan Jr., Dade county mem I,,,. 0 | the House ol Representatives, and Nat Collier, counsel to the Dade di legation of the Florida House of Representatives and a I Attornej General, by the ,,, i-'iwui Knights of PytnIas Lodge Meeting was held at Hibiscus T. mple on Monday even ..,l W as conducted bj i han i Commander Fred Zeiger. Joint Chanuka Fete Tuesday Poalc Zion Organization of Greater Miami. Bialik and BenGurion Branches of Labor Zionist Farband. Pioneer Women's Clubs One and Tikvah have arranged a Chanuka celebration for Tuesday evening. To be held at 8 p.m. in the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave.. the affair will be chaired by Dr. Simon Wilensky Guest speakers will be Dr. Isaac I nterman and Yeshayahu Almagor. major In the Israel Army. The traditional Chanuka program will also present Beryl Morrison i n appropriate recitations and a communitj sing led by Jacob Fishman. > • %  %  l| I IH ll IKROMK KI.MII M.I. Ri if K KIMII ,1 1. ,i I own IN THE COUNTY JUOOK'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA '*•' PROBATE No. 61515-A IN RK Bat I i :NA LEVIN, ICE TO CREDITORS T %  D.mu. suli '•'v?,'; „,-, heiebj n Ifled mitred in piewt nl %  •> lain* ni i „,.,,„•,.. whUli % % %  may haw a. -n LENA MC\ IN dee. %  !,,, „( |,„|. C.i HI" Hi.rlila, i" "" ,•„„„> %  JudRp* % %  I'ade County, ami w • m dupll; He ami H provlded lii Section : %  i, i ;'ri M,„.-. in ihelr ..in." ""• """> ,•„,„.,hotiae in Dade County. PI. rlda, within nix calendar month; from in* time %  ihUral pnbllcatloB hereof, ,,r ihe .-.ini. ill he barred. Dated al Miami, P '!> %  '"' da ..I December, A.U. IMH SAM PEL KATZ Aa Exei utor Flral publication ..f thin not n ,he 13th day of December, ll SMITH .v MANDLER 1 ,nmrj H Smith) Ati..in-, foi Eatate ol l..n, 1, liri l.in. -in Rd., Miami "jachI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13221 NORMAN i" SCHWARZ, Plaintiff. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! %  elicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • • Dial Wi 2M5 ior messenger aerrice LEGAL NOTICE ti. 1-iT lorldp tii Restaurant Certified The Flamingo Kosher Restaurant, 743 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Mr and Mrs Irving Mar in-, proprietors, is now under the l&tricl supervision ut the orthodox [Vaad Hakashruth ol Florida and hidirector, Rabtl Dr. laaac Hirsn [Ever, who lully certifies thai 'he [Flamingo Kosher Restaurant, r'uith %  steady daily mashgiach I'M the premlsea, is now a itrlctly |Ku-her establishment." AJCong. Plans Community Fair On 'I bur-day and Friday. Dee 26 and 27, Florida Women s Division of the American Jewish CongrcM ill hold an outdo., Communitj Fair at the Ida Fishei junior High School, 142Drexe. Kye rrom 11 am. to 10 p.m.. on lne nrsf day, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., en the second day. ,,„ r g U esta who "Come to the Fair" there will be foreign food delicacies, a book bar. artificial flower garden, Israeli and Far Eastern handcrafts and a clothes ,„„. exhibit "1 art. seulpure. ,,,,,„„,, B „d Jewelry by local "Serial feature will be a per, orn 7 ance by the Miami leach Senior High Sehool Band on Thur.v, da) at 1 M p.m. New Branch For Biscayne Federal Rfbton-CUtting eeremon.es on, Monday morning. 9 a.m.. will HCnv >uinu open the door, of he fourth Branch of Biacayne Fed!,,,, Uvings and Loan Association In Ihe Miami Civic Center "Yn.Mden, F Albert Pallot has, announced lhal Biacaynes newest facility win be convenient to UM S„ y thousanda of penon. reridTiStfffW new hrjnch will be vemon 11. Molusky. 4WJ1 NV 9th te Hia.eah. who ha. b-en ciated with Biscayne Knkiai ..,,organiaaUon. He torroeri" headed the Coral Way Brand. ; ,t tern) Coral Way worth. Located al the corner ol North ,„h SI and nth Ave-. adlacent to the PP*? 0,ao "J Uarch institute the alijlaa building wiU contain "*£*J :t Architects were '" lo i 1 Johnaon and Associates and the builders were Palm Industrial Corporation. Cardiac Hospital Card Party Set Monthly luncheon and card parly ol National Children's Cardiac Hospital is called for Tuesday noon at the hospital Ml proceeds are earmarked for purchase ol equipment for the hospital. Chairman is Mrs Reuben Sch.ld. M Altll.VN A S.'llU AKZ ""''SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARILYN A rt'H "•''. • %  ". U -t I' .. ill st. eel Si w York : >, N """^ ,,., V.„, MARILYN A. SCHWARZ ''•'•' %  > ii"-"-" ,hai %  • 1,1 i "!,',';!!'', ..ll.llll I". l'iv ." • %  "-'" %  '.", ,,., % %  -! >ou. an.1 >ou .... re..U1 A"-"' > "' „„ ,.. .ni-Bin U f ro.ni.tali.1 B Jh Hlul itlfl B utluriu y, 1 Al I|S .V.'' M v i:.-' 120 i.in l: '-"'Miami ;,,.,,;. i ri.iH .....I I". '" ,,,.,. rim iliiK i" the oftli i' "I jh.. Clerk -I the in llll Court ol !„,..,. .,.. I 1th >U> oi Janua M VOU fall 10 'I" ~". I'.-'H-'l' ''> '•' ,l„. relief ileniaiiclwl In Ihe Bill ol i '..nil. In ..... Tin' "",''' ..„ weak f. lo I %  '•••;, Jtve eek „ ri 11: JKW isll Pi iRllIAN IHiXK VNli uRUKRKU i Ml ml. % %  I '"" %  %  V "K'I'I I.EATHERMAN C %  |i court, I'.oi-County, PI l ,-..,.. Ilj ISNKKI'KN. 1 1 ,. i. %  11 > Clerk PA PL KW1TNBY, ESQ. I _... |..... ..In Ron I Miami Bench Florida Attornej tor I'lulntlfl ^ ^ ,. f NOTICE UNDER .;r,r,;.i"i./. d 5 MV.V',,v;r:;:v, i IKK BDWARH R' BBl>H ,;,-,. K.-.r. .1 TM.I.VN"!"'Vttorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln R %  Miami Beach, Pla l r : t | No. 63C13003 ;| |-'V \l c iNN ER, %  I lintiff, \KP.. ='"BY PUBLICATION i oNNER i. nee unknown! ',,.. lR r eb) notified that i J ,,,,. ha* lieen tin I' 1 '" 1 '"' ,' .., '.. eb> r. : r^LEATHBRitAN ,•;, .. ol •!,. I'lrruil i K \l LYMAN I,. ,,,i\ "I, rk I! B, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ..:":,::,'^:J; 1 /: ,; ^:;L' %  '^ •^ :'.:'-vVv.•;.',-. z.fiK ,-,. -....I name with iii. < k?rk of th .....„,., i „„. %  ...i..i> "• I— THOMAK J BR A M>YB vnoxovirz, sn.vKi: a HER vuoi... > for Applicant ...i; Alnnl. > I Miami 38, Pla. ,.._..„_ .. OLi GOODMAN WILLIAM I' iKOHC \.H" Wore* -..1 ..>v;.\ I'"ititcxrie* i. or, ld< nl M ,.,Florida, in. ended lllnes* at '' % %  % %  -,' t 1 n Hospital A -'".;'•',,, Tenioh I'nKeralt} In 1 '"•'"•' M ,.,„„ reaideMfor 1 ^. ,.ii.I •' member ol Ui. KnlVhJaot ITthtaa I-;"'H**** Temi.le Slnal hi n He re" '•'' •'" M: ..-..I He I" %  urvlwj! phis JACKSON *V\I LSI .•'.. "I l*H "'• ""' ,V *J Avi Vlled Dec Horn In Poj ,,„. ,..,„„. ,., this counin and iv i n N.-w Tork until is >jar "go when h. '• %  • ""• %  '-f" 1 ,.r Miami Reach. A leader In Jtw|,h affaire here. T..K-.... < H time oi hi* .u-..tii. a* pn -"'''".,,' ,.,inaml Beach: '"ffirut W* s...-i. tv: truate* ol h '? r 5f. ^ k .•letv, and a memher or "•" ,, „•: cirei, 6S ol Miami Beach. He wna owner of th.HolHna*"orth Apm sniv"-;r"""r ife, Karah; %  daughter, Mra. "„,.. Hheldon: Kin Stanley; two brothers, Je|li •'..•'•;%  : ">'' Mordecal Y...-1I-." nl X; o k. „| HU ri MrMill Tuchbnnd of \ k and two a'-an !" "": ,„.,.„. lubbl Heaael MI;"-''; r i ... Vln .1.. kaona hrother. n ,., ,,.,,.1.1,1 ervlcea on %  ,,.. .,, || y, ,.ii. Memorial I hapi i, \li..i. Rd DAVIS. Mr. ol '-•; %  ,"'" % %  St II.. hw I, ll< 'I"" 1 ''" s, ,\i. .> in I'hlladelphln |; IV V -"V GORDON. Ml Bvi '•• -I • %  Si di. il De Bervlcei in Ne I >rh ItiM ,,. ROSENBERG. Joa. |ih I "th ft Ki eraid. ..... SCHERR. MiRena. of ..20 Abb.itI \ v, .11. .1 1 %  %  Illvel FELDMAN. Joaeph, ::. of 1921 Waal Invlnn \\. ll" 1 aide S, rvlcei ... If. %  STEIN. Monli jtth Rd. Oordon NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v \v 'Mh We., Miami, Pla. Inteniw ^, V r .:..,V, wld name with the Clerk I!,: ;;,:' ( -i,,,,t Courl ol Dad. County. '•'""•'.'...MiNi.-K H.ST,:,AN'i Sole iwner s. Philip Malapi i Attornej i" owner |3-;O.;T, I '• IN~THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT COJRT INANO FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBAT t No. 57471-B In RE: Eatate of VKTill'l: IMU KI.I.I.. SR. NOTI'CE'OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION AND FNAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la herebj flven lhat nave filed Ptaal Repor' ",'"' 'W!'.'.:','. for Diatrlbutlua and Unal Pla. nnive | ,,< Admlniatrati \ of the eatate ol | VKilli II I. MICKLBR, KR de. eaa,.,i B nd lhal "ii HIath daj ol January, I9M. will apply to ii"HonorU ble CWunty Judaea "f Bade < ount>. Plorld, for approval nl aald Flna Report and for dlati Ibutlon and llnal nlHoharae aa Adoilnletratlx NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N-OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tta hl underalnned dealrlng to •>*• ., b ualneaunder ^^""SJSLJ^BI f IKKKI'MAN >' CLEANERS B %  .,,j c,,ral Pay. Miami. Pla.. Intend, .„ r. -.-•• i aald nami with the < !• %  %  L -ourl ... Dade Count>. F 0rlUn THOMAH J BRAXBYS : KRCINOVITZ, BILVER W HER attorney* foi Applicant ...,: Alnali i Bulldlna Miami 32. Florida ; „ „ dlachai-ae aa Adminiatrattt ot ine %  ? „,,.„ %  Conareaa Blda., eatn the .....*. -nan.-.i -i. ; 'b '" I„d Avenue. Miami, Plorlda. Tl „s 2Uth nay "f •November. I lm -,,, 1;l> „ f nnill IH) R08E MICKLER Bj : William V I'atteaon ELI AS HORKN, Attorney •-, \v. Klagle. St.. Son,ilO Miami, Plorlda ,, ., „ 77. of I56S HEMSI. Eleasar Cohen, |.,. N, < Ave. Blank MARKS. I...UI-. 7-'. of 216* Baj Dr.. died N"v -" %  Blaab. tv. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. "N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO3C129a2 NOEMI Ll'lSA LOPEZ, Plaintiff Va. FERNAXDI 1/ H'l-Z. I.. rendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: H'ERNANDO LOPEZ, ISLA DI PINi.s JAIL (CARCEL) RE|l*|!I.C OP CUBA TOl" FERNANDO LOPEZ, lala i Plnoa Jail (Care. l. Rapublic "f CuOJ ire required lo file your anawer t the Complulnl for Divorce with th. .... above CUM. and aervi .,, th, ,-. ,.i upon Qlno P NeRretti BldK., I' oi i„ .... the Ttli day "f Januan 1964, ,„ %  ,|... iplalnt will be take) *"lmrT*n?* Miami, thia Srd day o ,:';,: vniKKMW cii rk "i ihi Circuit Court i I,I,I, count] • i-' 1 "! 'da I, c P. COPELAND .> %  ., I '• PUty > lerk ,> "' n i2/a, i:i. 2i SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 H.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Page 10-B *• U*l*t F!bridfrftr> Friday. December 13, 19G3 Miami Beach Vice Mayor Bernard Frank Jeff is seen with Councilmen Hyman P. Galbut (center) and Robert L. Turchin : ymbolizing a wrecking crew at the start of demolition of two ouildings adjacent to the Jewish Convalescent Home of South ^orida. A new 75-bed facility will be added to the kosher iiusing home located at 310 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on he site. The addition will boost the Home's capacity to 130 :eds. Convalescent Home Banquef Honors iacobson Plans Fund Drive More than 130 lite members of e Jewish Convalescent Home of uth Florida will be honored at Feb 1 rtevelopment fund dinner the Fontainebleaa Hotel, it was il Wednesday by Miami Mcfa iimncilmen R.'bert I. Tur.,:.<] Hyman P, (ialbut. They are co chairmen of the mmittet working on the 75-bed Idition to the Jewish Convales-nt Home, also known as Bikur lim. Workmen this week demolished two vacant stores adjacent to -he existing SS-bed structure, vhich now houses a capacity of • %  •2 persons in the kosher nursing nd convalescent home. MrJoseph Keiser. president. • id key persons in the communv are now beiny contacted to k with Turchin, Galbut and the • .fuerand directors of the Jew h Convalescent Home for the b l dinner. A testimonial banquet in honor of living Jacobson who has served as president of Beth Kodesh Congregation for two years is scheduled for Sunday evening, 6 p.m.. at the Lombardy Hotel. A gala pro-ram of music and entertainment has been planned for Jacobson. .'unshirte Chapter Sale Sunshini B'nai B'rith lien, will hold a white elephant ile on l :-.' %  laj l>i 19. from i a m to 4 p m at Washington deral Auditorium. 167th St. and E 6th A\. Gins, household arties, and books will be offered for tie Mrs Charlotti Fine is chairn an Pap Institute Elects Albert James If, Albert. Miami Bench contractor and civic leader, habeen reelected president of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute in Miami. The non-profit, community-supported institute, located in the Greater Miami Med ical Center. 1155 NW Uth St.. was lounded in 1948. It is named after the late Dr. George Paoanicolaou. discoverer of the Pap smear for cancer detection and director of the Center Research Institute at the time of his death. Other officers for 1963 are E. L. Cotton and Warren G. Gilbert. vice presidents; MiS. Sidney Raffel and Mrs. Lloyd L. Dilwortri. secretaries; Leonard Wien and Bernard .1 Wagner, treasurers ted tn the board: Metro Judge Thomas N Balikes and H. Donald Roberts. Directors elected to new terms on the board include Herman A. Binder. Cotton. Gilbert. Mrs. Louis C.las-er. I)r John A Speropoulos. Dr. Jack Widrich and Dr. Leo Zuckerman. Ambassador's Ball Set for Dec. 28 Will Honor Israel's Envoy Avraham Harman Annual Ambassador's Ball, one honorary chairman and Leonard f the social and civic highlights^poyji M, ajpirjpajl^ Mjur,ux' lie* f the community, will take place iaturdaj evetriug, Dec. i'8. at tie Fontainebleau Hotel. The hall will be held under the patronage ol Ambassador of Israel ivraham Harman and Florida Gov, Farris Bryant. Samuel Friedland will serve as Slue Star Plans %  Meetings Here Blue Star Camps. Hendcr-onville, N.C., arnounce planfor their 17th camping season this summer and invite former campers an I staff, as well as their friends, even if they have not been to Blue Star, to attend various "get togethers" to be held in some 40 key areas between Dec. 15 and Mar. 9. Blue Star attracts campers from throughout the country and it has an international staff of over 200 trained and qualified adults. Meetings for Greater Miamians is scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 22, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel as follows: new campers. 1:30 to 3 p.m.; former campers. 3 to 4:30 p.m. In Hollywood, there will be a meeting Monday. Dec 23, at the Hollywood Beach Hotel at 1:30 to 3 p.m.. new campers, and 3 to 4:30 p.m.. former campers. "We wan; our many friends to know they are most cordially welcome to see our sound color camp movies, join with us in fun and fellowship, and to gather informally to discuss the welfare of children through organized campan educative and recreative experience.'" continued the announcement by Herman and liar iv Popkin, (o founders and co-directors of the private coeducational camp located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. 2i" miles from Asheville and 200 miles north of Atlanta. Ga Founded in 1948. the Blue Star Camps are divided into six separate camping programs for boys and girls lrom 7 to 17 years of age A no li-page catalogue describing the location, staff, facilities and program is available upon request at ll(K) Crescent Ave NF. Atlanta. Ga.. 30309. Ttz will ait agrand marshal, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, grand llOst.-.The diplomatic corps and the Greater Miami community will pay their respects t" the Ambassador of Israel on 'InOCi The emissaries ol foreign will be presented in Ambass id >r and Mrs, Harman in a colorful ceremon) opening the gala festivities. In a custom established at the 1361 Ambassador's Ball, a highli.lii nf the event again this year will be Hi.' formal presentation of (laughters and granddaughters come-of-age. Mrs. Meyers said that the presentation of the coterie of young ladie< and their escorts "serves aa symbolic invitation to the young people to assume the challenge and opportunity of serving their country and their people through personal identity with the ideals and aspirations of their two fold tradition Ambassador Harman is one of the foremost members ol Israel's diplomatic corps and haserved his country in various top-level capacities meals SERVFI and entertair >'ng with Kasha. Address racuest sERvet to: Phyl|js Wol ^ Ponn Yan< New York "S UAH, THAT* A DISH I !. r..rfitl M d 260 Sfiimm CM""*



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Page 10-C k**i*t> ncridlicMi Friday. December 13. 1963 ( Parallel Between Maccabees and Rights Struggle By RAB3I SAMUEL SILVER % HIS past year may be describ' ed ;i;i time of demonstrations. Something seemingly Hew came into American life since the fegro began to "demonstrate.' Designed by Dr Martin Luther King, the first effective use of thi> ;''ore. lire involved the refusal oi the Negro population of Montgomery, Alabama to use the buses because on them they were not granted elementary equality. At first the prospect seemed tntile. for how could a small and impoverished segment of the citizens •>! Montgomery combat the well-entrenched engine of intolerance" But the demonstrators persist ed and persevered. They indig nantly but dignifiedly refused to cooperate with a system which they found abhorrent Ultimately, they were successful. After that, demonstrations became pan of our society. Res taurants. building protects, he ti'ls. department stores, churches, libraries, swimming pools, an many other establishments were the "objects" of organized dem onstrationr, indicating the refusal of Negroes and their white friends 1> countenance the continuation of mistreatment and degradation. Jewish participation in the great civil rights saga, which reached its climax with the March on Washington, is under standable inasmuch as Judaism has long preached the equality of all men. And. at this time of the year, our thoughts revert to a demonstration which occurred a long time ago, the type ol uprising not only their rights but their which lns| ired the more recent liye^. Mankind is 'eeplj obligated to the intrepidity ol Mattathias, ones in our nation We refer ot course, to the Maccabean Insurrection against the despotism of the .ncient Syrians who sought to impose Idolatry upon our forefathers. It migh' well be said that the antecedent; of the demonstrations engendered by Martin King can be found in the heroic behavior in Mattathias. the patriarch ol the Maccabean household Like Martin King. Matta tiii.is was .n ecclesiast, a pacific priest who refused to accept the dicta ot the dictator. The hazards confronting the Maccabeans of old were even greater than those facing the modern dem onstratois. The latter are men aced by ghettoization or perhaps jail. The Maccabeans were up against armies who threatened Our Sincere Best Wishes at CHANUKA! THE National Hotel and the Koretzky Family Wish All Their Friends and Guests A Very Happy Chanuka BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA SHELDON HOTEL 227 7th STREET Miami Beach JE 8-7629 i Mrs. V. v HAPP V CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL BROADRSPPLE HOTEL 4391 INDIAN CREEK DR. Miami Beach, Fla. MONTMARTE HOTEL 4775 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1731 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MARTINIQUE HOTEL 6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH UN 6-5711 JERRY GRANGER, Manager MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER and MR. AL RUSKA, Manager Caribbean Hotel ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET and their families extend best wishes FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SHEPLEY HOTEL 1340 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6724 Irving and Tessie Wassermcn The Kulok's CE.ARBMONT HOTEL FRIENDIY CASUAL CONVENIENT 1700 COLLINS AVE.-Cor. 17th St., MIAMI BEACH LEONARD B. IANG. Mgr JE 8-4661 HAPPY CHANUKA HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS -IOIIMV \ liltll I 6985 COLLINS AVE. Phone UN 6-6821 Belvedere Hotel 843 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL CARLTON HOTEL 1433 COLLINS AVE. JE 8-5741 .ludah and company, for they stamped ipon the world tor 'he first lime the insignia "l religious freedom. The demonstrations of the Hasmoneans, as the Maccabees were also known, lasted for years, as the) fou^'it Guerilla fashion agal -' en r mous armies But fiht they did —until the land and the tedipie were decontaminated. The Maccabean triumph gives us hope that success will yet crown th'.> efforts of the modern struggles for freedom. Ami as we gather around our Chanuka lights, singing to religious liberty, it would be well for us to ponder the fact that the word demonstration had a meaning prior to its use to describe a large rail', or protest gathering. To demonstrate mean* to show. It means to display our sincerity Many of us proless our belie! in equality and democracy. Wc Uti thrilled by the valor of Martin King end Judah Maccabee But it is incumbent upon ua row to "demonstrate" our earnestness by putting into practice the ideals we applaud. Within the framework of Judaism, this means to give daily expression to the demands oi aur faith. Within the scope of Americanism it mefna to live a Ufa based upon acceptance of the Jewish declaration that all men. ro matter what they look like or where they come from or where th.y live, are members ol one family May the exhilarating demonstrations—those in ancient Judea and those in modem America—stir us to demonstrate in practical ways our fidelity to these precepts which aloiie can save the Temple of lliimanitv from total destruction. x T* a of '*BF( *e?T\ i 177/ / % GARDEN OF ALLAH 6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE MIAMI BEACH LEON M. ROSENBLUM UN 5-9881 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL NEPTUNE HOTEL 15995 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH A/R. HAROLD GRUDER MR. HAROLD DRUKER HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL SAFARI MOTEL 17749 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 714431 IRVING VENOOK HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL CONTINENTAL HOTEL 4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721 BARRY HESSER, Manager OASIS MOTEL & APTS. 6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875 MIAMI BEACH GEORGE MARGOLIS HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS ALOHA MOTEL 7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PL 7-0616 MORRIS FROGEL SURREY HOTEL 4390 COLLINS AVE. JE 1-0081 MIAMI BEACH BOB LEFKOWITZ HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL WOFFORD BEACH RESIDENCE HOTEL FOR RETIREMENT LIVING On the Ocean & 24th ST. & Boardwalk, M. B. JE 1-6691 CHANUKA GREETINGS SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS New Owner Same Manager RANK FISHMAN H ENRY J. STUPELl 5th to 6th on Oceanfront 531-7481 • 13, ( / $



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S-~6 I •k*lst fhri'tton rnday. December 13, LBJ Leads Mourners at Lehman Rin *.er -. -c IM BO Z:-: -.: QaOBuka ztiooa lotMiami Federation Leaders Urge Redemption Of Pledges as "End of Year' Necessity —%  ,._ : ... ... .. i • ; ... %  i etfera pk M L • peal .York -*n*re tfct v-.tal need fw immediate dollars i the need* of the greatest influx of -zee* to land and to Europe War II. They have told me that our Greater Miami Jewish Federation mutt redeem $250,000 in iHedjes before the end of the year to help Israel continue the ma*$ absorption of immigrants, and to provide these people with jobs, housing, food and transportation necessary to begin a new life of freedom," Catsman said. Tl* • • %  maJUee irI *ai Bnckmai : %  Leon Kaplan. M~ %  %  A 2 *. I A ho nil -JA o| aervieei "We look fdnrard I Dr Lehrman achairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal by shovkir.g him :he record established by our community in the past year. I strongly urge all who have not redeemed their pledges to do so at the present time." Pledgemay be redeemed by sending checks to Combined Jewtan Appeal. 1311 Biscayne Blvd. Membership Brunch Maxwell Darier. c •nmittee of %  • • i. new h will be heir! in the Temp)' ::um on Sundav Continued from P*-jt I A Eim g m President John son, wmle the rifei were being jcteo, were Mrs. Johnson; '.• Yorx Go. Nelson A. Rock* fetter; the city's Mayor, Robert F Wagrer, Senators Jacob K Javits and Ker.neth B. Keating, the two members representing New YorW State in the U.S. Senate, Attorney General Robert F. Kernedy, a brother of the late President; and Adlai E. Stevenson chairman of the Unitt:" States delegation to the United Nation,. Sitting nearby was 0—delate Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, of the U.S. Supreme Court. I I tea • ; %  the Pr • %  plane bo ac panted the Preaidenl on the (ma Washington and attended the senice^. Included G of ih battle for tenet: "•Ir Eshfc a.. Israel and i rsonally, reel had -lust a great Mrs. Lehman, it was disclosed, had telephoned the President, asking him not to come to New Yor* because of the tense a*"rel situation due to the assassination of the late President Kennedy. However, the President, who assured Mrs. Lehman that he was touched by her concern, insisted on attending the rites for his friend and former Senate colleague. Thirty-five motorcycle policemen, supplemented by two police helicopterflying at very low lev "You can retire with a lifetime income," says SIDNEY S. KRAEMER UfcNjUrt 'i be peat to be able to a in* on :c ^hr income Mctj month*ithoutfa.l? You om jble. And \ou need never fear 0 jr mooey. %  tea you: annuity income • .; a, \.':t More people depend on annuities from than from any other com pan;. fr Man from EquitaMe. Look ahead withCV~^-J LIVING INSURANCE...FROM EQUITABLE DIAL FR 1-5691 \\ THE STANLEY S WATTS AGENCY Ask for |9SIDNEY S. KRAEMER feer fepreseetafire Plaza Building, Miami TV EOC,r*a.f I* 4— at. Soriet, .1 fV lMi, t J Suie, AN ISRAEL BOND Is the Greatest Security for YOU and YOUR CHILDREN S CHILDREN Aloyjfrie friedberg Kabbi Joseph I. Rnckovslcy PHeat JE 1-35W MS MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BUCK e ..i "etwee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women Hit PAKKING SPACl IN II Al CONVtNKNT TO BVSIS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On tht mall) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' msCRIPTIONS rillla CONTACT LENSES I guarded tbi I'n %  lent on .,•, to th Ti %  HeW 'i on hli n I in Pn fork al N i tin l.i ie| rites, Rabbi Mart wad ll and Z3rd Paali % %  %  %  Iroin llamfc '!" a letter bj Mr Li i 'I foi | I Clt; i no led •' nad i an full) i %  amji i d • • f the i • %  ; pi 101 arm %  '! and dov i leoipoi • ^ m TERMITES^, WORK ALL YEAR-' calfTW^a^AROUNI OrkJrl (•r the valif of your home FINE HOTEL LIVING AT ULTRA-MODERN CONVALESCENT Happy Holiday a Gvoyal Glades CONVALESCENT HOME 16650 W. Dixie Highway North Miami Beach Ph. 9457447 • S'rcth, Kcsher CaMat • Air CaaMaaad 4 H fa i,l • le'f-CeS, strm — mf I rtutflt mill, nurtin, ifer,^ • 24^leer Steff o< re,;,,,,^ cri -acfieel aunts • Ererli'rat Cert at feaieaabie fotti • Sko4t4 FiaWaf Area • %  preaaJm CR. AlVIN STERN Administrator S. I. tlCHTFNrElO Aiil. Administrator The P-rtect So.'vrion for Comfort Sefett aed Wc.l^eima of rovr lovwt On INSURANCE ONE STOP AGEN'w r^m i?JJ"T—fUlS—MlSCfUAN10US'r\OA7| %  AUTOMOIILI LIAIIUTT A PHYSICAL BAMAM Li.lt. r, MM reer aMdl Tfce Afeecy the* CAN oay TBI •ea f M raw eaeef tey "h CejaT Be Dm' AMMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC p, S.^J'r/^ funeral ; %  rewell: il m i wdirectorspiTeth< irpers io cacuttetaxl... making arrangi ;;;';:;;:• : i i ;; ii i ; iii 'rM l hi l a I vis. sen e ail lift) si int!m S W !'V"" ;;;: 'rami I8kRimsid€Mie( jiiiimeool stn ss, riverside memorial ehapvl, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS JE I "'' Awm • Wl 7-8C9 I 7-8691 TOM BURNS. F.O.



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Fridcv December 13, 1963 Jenisf Flnridficir] Paae 9-B T HE Jowish National Fund %  id ii> Me Ami banquet evening ;ii iho FontaineHoiel Mrs. Leon J. Ell. ii, : the president, chose ;i mel Ih sheath with rod velvet roses appllqueo^across the ol llie bodlct and skirl vier beads highlighted th>si Ze\ K -.en's black >ilk had a triangular ihapt te whi 'i wai banded in [on Black -ilk in 11 tfri liaj il.r bodice vrai -kin had i i [ullnesi •;'' which Is .< i.uiidv heir \, .,. alencon lai i bodice ol Mrs Max in i • %  ) mel ii i rkut was "i .i \ • How silk chiffon \ ,i chiffon over ;i floral *-ori i>> Mrs Anna Mrs Anna Getzofl se muted charcoal-colored ted chantill) lace over colored satin. Black |j lace in a sheath style rial bo* over one hip was llarr) Rosen's choice tr enina Mrs Belle Pinkel's v; blue broca'e featured •• cckHni aaRS. Isadore Karp wore %  %  black Silk shantung sheath it! radiating lines on an illu neckline. Her black ribbon jacket wa^ trimmed with a white collar. Mrs. Lawrence r'S gown featured a black matti iersej bodice with pushup sleeves and a bateau necklirn dipping low in the back Her boui ant skirt was of white silk /.i with black polka dots. K -ilk with pearl-embroideri '.antilly lace inserts in the bodi • %  was worn by Mrs EileenI i.irct/ Mr-. Etta Goldberg chose an ice pink chanUlly lace embroidered with iridescent pink cavier beads. One n| her French purchases was worn by Mrs. Irving Lehrm.in The fabric blended brown an.l black into a most unusual color, which was then interwoven uit^ nold lame Her -heath had a matching tailored jacket MrAnna Burwich's bronze beaded beige Italian knit featur id a Chanel styled jacket Muled blui silk detailed with blue was MrLouis I'eldman'i hoice ol i olor and fabric for her ensemble Blue and purple com I in the floral -ilk print worn bj Mrs Peter IHeller imber beads she wore were Liven to in r at birth bj an aunt. The i venii a mbined with a anniversary celebration tor two couples Cele i rating ivere 'he William Born steins an i the Meyer Moksoo i Bornstein wore •> champagne colored peau de soie ensemble with matching colored trimming her jacket Mrs Moskowitz's choice was an elec%  trie blue chiffon -heath with I large shi er push up lai ti slee> i lulRS. Benjamin Barm ash m lected beige silk organza appliqued with satin flowers which wire embroidered with seed pearlSatin appliques were also on Mrs. Samuel chick's iced blue sheath. Grey import ed eyelette with satin at the waist was worn by Mrs. Harry Feldman. Beige and cocoa punted on -ilk formed the lull skirl ol Mrs Mai F.nitlandcr. Her fitted bodice was of cocoa colored -ilk. M u t e d lilac reembroidered chantill) lace was chosen by Mrs. A Seltzer. Chiffon encircled her waist, and Boated to •i hem-length pannier at one side. Mrs, Solomon Schiff's gold satin featured chiffon in the back ol lur bodice which was draped into a \ line, and the bell silhouette skirt. A silver metallic -heath was worn by Mr-. Amalia Start/ Mrs Milton S Lubarr's wedgewood blue Italian lace knit -heath was a two-piece creation tied at the waist with a roiled satin belt A long sleeved black silk crepe with an empire waist ii ii V neckline was worn by Mrs Louif Hob rman. Mrs Alex Gordon's black Italian silk \v..s .>. i\ banded with black satin and trimmed with a trio ol flat satin bowAn iridescent lavender brocade with a pli ated kirt was the ch lice for the i" i nit %  : ol Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Mrs Hunk Hall topped h r beaded black knit with a -ilk faille theatre coat HOLIDAY SPECIAL Wall-to-Wall CARPET CLEANING • • '> 'JG and UPHOLSTERY CLEANING CARPET REPAIR AND INSTALLATION JERRY on the SPOT PL 9-9289 MISS SHAM LANGIR JWV Quarterly Meeting Abe Horrowitz Poet 082, Jewish War Veterans, trill boat the state wide organization's council of ad ministration quarterly meeting on Sunda) at Unified Hall, North Mi ami Beach The noon luncheon meeting will also honor JWV Stale Commander Manny Mandel. an executive with Riverside Memorial Chapels, who is affiliated with the Abe Horrowitz Post. Announcing Grand Opening of the OLD SHAVING MUC it \IIIII it SKOP H ill aur friends and SSJlHsuri. ***• •' "'"". "' n 9. Ii*-c*fs hmir dyeing scalp and facial tremtmenlt. 1552 So. Dixie Hwy. Riviera Theatre Bldg. %  Ph. 661-9259 Coral G bl CHARLES INTERNATIONAL CO. Sp.o.lnmg in: Assorted M.rbl. Top TABUS, HASSOCKS rom Indi.. AlABASIEK LAMPS and S-fc. Ornamental Wrought lion Dining Sell Mon Thurs 9 5 Fn 9.9 Sat 9-4 748 N.E. 79th STREET PL 1-2466 Entertaining ORCHESTRA reatwr.nj "TfW" Wl 7-8124 : -K.iloi MRS. MARSHALL GIANIZ Glantz, Minkowitz Exchange Vows The bridegroom's father. Cantor Albert Glantz. and his grandfather. Rabbi Mendel Glantz. participated with Rabbi Henry B. Wernick in t h e ceremony uniting Rochelle Jane Minkowitz and Marshall Louis Glantz on Sunday. Dec. 1. The afternoon wedding, held at Temple Tifereth Israel, was followed by a reception at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Wearing a traditional white floorlength wedding gown and carrying lily-of-Uie valley, the bride's honor attendant was her sister, Mrs. Norma Wavhholder. She is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Adolph. 900 West Ave.. and graduated from Adelphi Business College. Manager of Carnival Fruit, the bridegroom is a graduate of Edison High School. His parents are Mr and Mrs. Albert Glantz, 730 NT. 62nd St., and his brother, Owen Glantz. served as best man. \\ hen they return from a trip to Nassau, the couple will live at 900 West Ave. Rebbi to Host Chanuka Party \ Chanuka meeting of Temple Beth Shiran teen-agers will be hosted l>> Rabbi and Mrs. Morris \ Skop in their home, 3511 Riviera !>r.. on Sunday at 7:80 p.m. Mr. and Mrs Sol Baskin, youth chairmen, Mr, and Mrs, Bernhardt i hi -;r. in. Ol the Temple faculty, and Mr. and Mr.1. William president ol the Advisory Council, will be guests Following the singing of sun--. led by Cantor Herman K Gottlieb, and the collation ol latkes, Israeli danceand slides will be shown by William Kllenhein. youth leader, who has just returned from a stay in Israel, representing national B'nai B'rith. Youth Group meets each Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m.. at the Temple. and is open to all teen-agers of Beth Shirali Miss Longer Is Engaged To Martin Scchs Mr an i Mrs. Irving Langer, 1920 S\V 32nd pi., announce the en gagement ol their daughter, Shan Helen, to Martin Isaac Sachs, son n| Mr and Mrs. David Sachs, 31-14 SW 26th -t Martin and Shan both attended Miami Senior High School. Shari was president of Debs BBG and is present!) Advisor of B'nai B'rith BBG. She attended Dade Junior College ard is employed by Commercial Credit Corp. The bridegroom to-be was president of Shield AZA and also South Florida Council Godol. He is attending the University of Miami and in September will study dent i-try at Medical College of Virginia. A wedding date hanot yet been set. AUTHORIZED DEAlt* WJTH Brallty HEARING AIOS $50 to $285 -V Serie All Mok Batteries — Mold* STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i> saw < i Titi-Trsti-Trijli-Tttn PHONE JE 8 7918 FEIN'S COIN LAUNDRY 22611th STREET MIAMI BEACH (Near Washington Avenue; REMODELING SPECIAL BRING THIS AD WITH YOU IT IS WORTH 10c Redeemable Daily Including Sunday ATTENDANT ON PREMISES FROM 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. (Expires Dec. 30th) ROSE COOK of MERLE NORMAN e SBS e WISHES All A HAPPY HOLIDAY! Come In lor A Complimentary Demonsfrofion ana" F*££ Instruction in Complexion Care. Individual Make-Up and a Color Chart. No Obligation-No purchase will be necessary. 1139 N. KROME AVE., HOMESTEAD, Ph. 247-2825 5774 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI, Ph. 667-8193 ELECTROL1 SI& HAIR tUMINATtD fORiVfK LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Physicians SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM fACE-ARMS LEGS SODr 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Years' Experience 310 95th ST. SU8FSIDE Phone 865-8015 for App't. Free Parking Rear of Bldg. ORIGINAL PAINTINGS FOR CHILDREN'S ROOMS By Rose Nash 1901 S.W. 36th Ave., Tel. 448-7868 by appointment only Socialising In jWDPIMOS and BAH tWlTtVAHj _J AMI'S DECORATIVE TREES AND FLOWERS • BRIDAL BOUQUETS • ART FLOWERS IMPORTED ARTIFICIAL FRUITS SPECIALIZING in CHANUKA CANDLES 7014 S.W. 87rh AVENUE (Galloway toad) Tel. 661-7507 Remember Your Holiday Hostess with a Gift of flowers from the BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 NATURAL and ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATORS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI



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Pcge 12-C fc**#> FhrHi-nr Friday, December 13. 1963 Oar Pleasure Is Serving You with 4Jn.-ili! v Workmanship and Materials # r v I i n j s JAMES L. WALL WALL PLASTERING CO. PLASTERING CONTRACTORS PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL WORK LICENSED & INSURED PLASTERING — LATHING — STUCCO Office Hours — Mon.-Fri. 8 to 5 355 West 29th Street Phone MU 1-617! Hialeah, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL CAREY MATTHEWS Your State Representative 634 WEST FLAGLER STREET FR 7-1687 MIAMI SANATORIUM AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE • FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITUATION • A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS • PRIVATE ROOMS • CAPACITY LIMITED • RATES ARE FLEXIBLE I 831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL PURITY CONDIMENTS 3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389 CHANUKA GREETINGS Coral Gables Carpet & Tile, Inc. ALL FAMOUS BRANDS 1730 PONCE DE LEON HI 6-1550 HAPPY HOLIDAYS HI-TEST SPEEDOMETER & ELECTRIC SERVICE 1946 S.W. 8fh ST. and On the Trail FR 3-9207 Specializ ng MI Speedometer and Electric Service HAPPY CHANUKA LEONARD S. STERN PLUMBING CO., INC. 3672 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLA. Tel. 445-1345 BEST WISHES for the CHANUKA HOLIDAYS from MR. and MRS. ARTHUR DEGUTZ ARDMORE STUDIOS 738 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach HAFI'Y CHAN I K,\ TO OUR MANY FRIENDS III II.Mt ELECTRIC SERVICE Starters—Generators—Regulators—Carburetor & Fuel Pump Service — Electric Motor Repairs 1077 N.W. 79th STREET Phone PL 8-030S 11800 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 681-3331 Highlight of Temple Emanu-El's semi-annual Sands (third from left\ head of the Eookkeepmeetina was the presentation of plaques by Lng Department Mrs. Leo Brandeis (fourth from Samuel Friedland (right), past president and left). Nursery School and Kindergarten direcchairman of the board, to three veteran staff tor; and William Holton, superintendent. Lookmembers "for faithful and devoted service" to ing on (left) is Joseph M. Lipton. Temple presthe Temple. Plaques went to Mrs. David ident. Former Beach Hotel Owner Turns the Tables and Enjoys His Life as Guest A former Miami Beach hotel owner and manager has turned the tables and is now enjoyine being a permanent guest at the Blackstone Retirement Hotel. He is Ed Singer, a young 79. | who came to Miami Beach 30 years ago and owned the National • Hotel, bufU the Edsinger and man%  aged the Coral Reef hostelry. He : also built the Roosevelt Ttietre I on 41st St. Also known as a philanthropic person. Singer was one of the founders of Temple Emanu-El and a memher Of many civic, fraternal and religious organizations on the Beach. For 13 years, he was on the board of the Miami Beach Hotel Association. "Althoujjh I've lived at the Blackstone • short while, I've come to call it home, for I've never been treated so royally, and I am enjoying life immensely, for there's always somethirg to do or to see,' said Singer. "I'm planning now for a trip next year to Israel," he said, "but 1 don't see how any travel could compare t" the 24-day cruise I look this svinmer to the M' literranean countries. It was a real thrill, a never-to-be forgotten experience As long a* I'm anticinating something, I leel young," he added. Singer's v ife Reba, also active in civic and religious activities on the Beach, died last year. He has five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. His daughter and her children live in New York. TO ALL GREETINGS CREATIVE ARTS. INC. "SYMPHONY IN SCULPTURE" INTERIOR WALL DECOR RELIGIOUS and NON-RELIGIOUS MANUFACTURERS ard WHOLESALERS TO THE TRADE ONLY 8550 S.W. 129 TERRACE Phone CE 5-5041 MIAMI 56, FLORIDA GREETINGS TO ALL • • • CHAPPY'S CAR CO. • • • 1215 N.W. 42 AVENUE Phone 446-6417 Bass Named To Fraternity Jerome Bass, of 1627 SW loth St.. a senior at Yeshlva College. *^ is among; 13 students who have > %  hern initiated into the national honorary mathematics fraternity, I'i Mil Kpsilon. New Rummage Store Breath ol Life I hapter ChTI' -' %  Ri -• irch Instil ito i II -nil.i at Denver, has open id a rummage store at 6843 SW 59th PI. The si ire • ill be open ed ever) Thursdaj. Fridaj • I Saturdaj from a m. I i S p Mrs Man S ikol u pres lent. BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS m-voi i I.%TI i i tv rare. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR -3451 •345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES 2463 NW 76th STREET OX 1-9172 SAM OLTCHICK, Pre: II O O I I .X U REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONS FR 3-6244 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY C0MTSAC7IN0 I SIRYICl 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 r% Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST" An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Riby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 KaVio i BSESBI iY.As : ri:K'To. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. f.R BETTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL TH7RAPY BODY CONDITIONING GENERAL DIAGNOSIS & X-RAY C010N/C IRRIGATIONS ULTRA SONIC THERAPY CAB/NETS and MASSAGt 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PI 7-7234 • i. r Jhl..



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December 13. 1963 +Jmlsti rkr/rfitr Page 3-B ^1 50th Anniversary For Bravermans Mr. and Mrs. Loin* Kruverman, of 2355 No. Meridian Ave.. Miami "".i'h. celebrated their soth wed ding anniversary on Saturday at '.tie Deauville Hotel. Braverman is a retired leather roods manufacturer, and moved here from New York IS years ago They have a daughter, Lillian. wife of Jack Roland of Great Neck. NY: a son Paul, and his wife, Esther; and a granddaughter, Judy, ol Malverne, NY "53K I Isei'.t: • I* ot the Federation of Jewish Wcmen pan a won* ••• %  .teience on Ian. 16 at the DiLido Hotjl. Left to Milton Green, chairman ol community ceo::.,: rs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Federation Women's pre %  s. M\:i-hall Harris, chairman, community resources; :,--i Women's vice presidents. Mrs. Jean C. LehCharles P. Feinberq. labbi Brooks to Lecture Rabbi Hershel Brooks will lecture on "Blessings and L'niversa and Ind vidual Prayer" on Mon B p.m., be! re Temple Za till educa Ion 11 >~ Hi fUbjecl | l !i |" m w ill In' "The Beginning ot Kings in the Historj ii the .li ws If.H. 4N0 MRS. LOUIS RMVUMAN I 1 I ; : I I I IKE t>> I bdossah Exec llo bo Speaker hapter of Radas\ Gala Tribute to Monday, i p.m., Ballroom "t (be Cahn, member. -,,ti-'i! will introduce bj Jordan Marsh nor < iuoby, com"Hadnaaab the Year." writHenr) 1! Wernick. sidenl Satwa meizo soprano, the musical portion |c the ; Guest speaker will be Mrs. .'-kin of the national h, and a former idei ihe Norfolk Chapter ;•:.„!,. ol the Seaboard of Norfolk, active ii isti i rganiiations, is : oard ol the • k nmunity Counlion Beth HI made several • %  iml Beach Chap Bartli, and in is Mrs MS. PH.'IIP KtOSKIN llngel Cliapfer Celebration : lop Si hool i i will hold a 1 lay celebra hi foi rci ot the school on I • Rose) I North Dade Unit To Fete Chantka North Dade Chapter, B'noi B'riUt Women, will hold a Chanuka party [or children and grandchildren of i mbers on Sundayl "'''' '" 3 ,. m at W Bshii "i i'' 1 deml I i NE l7th St. i • •• it.,mm. nt will be provided bj Mrs Claire Zundell, Jeffrey Bres'a i ol E> '" A -'A an i B irb n Ersl >t l i II Refreahmenta will be served. Arrangements cha^mtn is rs Morgan TICKETS on SALE at BOX-OFFICE or MAIL and all FLORIDA STATE Theatres STANLEY KRAMER rirsAraCKM Southern Premiere Thurs. Dec. 19 MAD. MAD, L \ MAD / \WORID: .' ik-u tumor hcacaar SHERIDAN 7W* 410 Arthur Godfrey Rd„ Miami Beach PRICE SCALE IVINING miOIMANCli MATINIl HRORMNCISj • 10 ,m. ..**•-<• ta. tkra Tkvrl, ORCHISTRA *>0 10 JIM RALCONY S2 2S tat., %  Sun. L Hah. M sa so 1 ,m M.ndor Jar if" tkra M, Ho* Si.M $2 2J > JO 1 JO UOO NAMC. ACOISSNO. 0* M*F$_ OATl RCQUCSTIO. T~ AltfUMAU PAHSAN %  ;<•!. i., iMi4. •*•• • tkaalra HI nUmtiwi (all It 2 44 51 a* nic '<• .•"< •44Vit Haliaay pri.ai pra.a.l •hrv Jar.. 5. If** NOW! THE GREATEST CHANUKAH FUR COLLECTION IN OUR 43 YEARS! Is this a good time to buy furs? You bet it is! Because the newest pelts and the latest styles are being delivered daily to our four beautiful fur salons. It just makes good sense for you to take advantage of Adrian Thai's volume prices. Adrian Thai buys and manufactures more furs because he sells more furs than any other furrier in Florida. He will not be undersold for equivalent value. Come see the greatest collection of Mink, Sable and Chinchilla, perfect for Chanukah giving and priced from only $389 to $5,989 P II • %  %  • We've enlarged our staff of fine fur craftsmen in order to restyle your outmoded furs in time for the Holidays. MIAMI BEACH: 716 LINCOLN ROAD MALL OUR SECOND LINCOLN ROAD SALON. 66J LINCOLN ROAD MALL PARKING IN THE REAR Or ELIZABETH ARDEN SALON. CORAL GABLES: 35 MIRACLE MILE AMPLE PARKING IN THE REAR Or OUR SALON FT. LAUDERDALE: 8*1 E. LAS OLA* BLVD.



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Friday. 3ecember 13. 1963 +Jewish nkrkfmr Page 3-A Host.: the first Miami Beach Technion membership social (SOD will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy (right* seen President Mrs. Louis Glasser. The Levys have redesigned their home at 5045 Lakeview Dr.. forv:ied by the Carl Weinkles, and before them, by the /r.oiner family of Washington. D.C. Suit Dropped to Bar Sign From Dade's Court House Continued from Page 1-A Uie no• • -hovers." Outpouring of newspaper col|umn> and articles on the suit, as^ nil as radio opinion programs in Miami, all jumped to the coaclusion that both the attorney, Wd the litigants were Jewish. The legal issue involved is stated in Sec. 4 of the Declaration of Rights in the Constitution of the State of Florida. Kaufman said that if one sect has tax monies placed at its disposal to erect religious symbols, then every other sect, no matter how small, would have to be accorded equal treatment. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI Dt. TIBOR H. STWN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 The litigants ultimately hope to be able to sit down with representatives of the Greater Miami Council of Churches to explain their petition "in the spirit of President Johnson's brotherhood plea from sea to shining sea'." Technion Society To Hear Chicago industrialist Talk Joseph Wertheimer, ol Chicago. noted industrialist and a national rd member of the American M in-ty for Technion. will speak Miami Beach on Tuesday evening He will id mt members of the South Flo ids Chapter of the So ciely. nu-i Dg at the home of Mr. d Mrs. Morris Levy, SMS Lake \ en Di reporting to them the recent progress scientific research taking place at Technion. rael largest and oldest college <>i angineorJBgti Wortheinur heads up the tirm ol Turner Printing Machinery, I; ( nt Chicago, manufacturers o| giant commercial printing He has recently returnfrom an Inspection tour <>f Teehi Mrs. Louis GJa*ser, president of the local chapter, revealed that, of 1,200 young applicants is now receiving new impetus from the advanced work taking p'ace at Technion," she said. Among local civic leaders who hold positions of honor as founders in the American Teehnion SoCietj are Meyer A Haskm. Shep ard Broad. Samuel Friedland, Mrs. Trad} Hajnerschtag, Nathan Kushin. llyman Lionel man. Joseph Mechlow. Jack s. I'opick. Jacob Kifkin. Leo Robinson. Jacob Sher. A. I. Islander. Dean Joseph Wiel. and Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau Dr. Irvine, Lchrman. spiritual leader ol Temple Eanu-El. is 8 member of Technion s national Hoard of Directors. Vice presidents of the South Chapter include David Jacob Kifkin and Sol C. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, president of the I'niverMiami. is chapter secreFlorida l'onve. Shave a vice sity of tary Mt. AND MM. MfWfl Rabbi Shapiro Specks Tuesday Rabbi N .. i '•' Shapiro, spsr itual leader el Rrth David will he tfuost ,••-,... i the next meet ins of Be;h David Young Adult-. He will coartud an open forum discussion with memberot the audience. Meeting will take place en Tues day. 8:30 O.HI.. in the De


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?cge 8-C *Jen /#• flrricficir Friday. December 13. 1963 Leo: the Jewish Nal >nal Fun Council of Is Scroll of Ho.ior 'o Ezra Fi Organizational Committee in recognition i en:ation was made a: a recsr. I -re. —-< Henry Ford Study Appears Here ,j Atl irnej H irrj SimonUior "i .1 ii<' I 1 '" I jusi % %  • %  %  ''' i h Pub>.. JO The pami Mot ii ntitli 'i The First Henrj Ford and ii's Dearborn dent." Sinn nhof! is .i noted histori in, tl, r oi in:.' \ books, and a rl i travi ler A bo ik t liction by Simonhofl i> now in preparabj Thomas Yoselofl Co. The new pamphlet studies the now natorious Ford newspaper, which fir yc.-rs spewed forth a vori-.ty of arti-Semitic tracts, among them the renowned forgery, "Frotocols of the Eldeis of Zion." Simonhofl > ii :: phlei I • ili spite his i .alien ol tii anti-Semitic libels h( published, Foi d n i unreentanl to 'he end. Henry I I evei %  i i -:... -I the com ectioi bet inworld w de circul ti ol "I he • on; Ji v i %  "•! the 'Pr the Eldei ol /.: • '• millions in the ... > chambers i l Dachau ai .i A u sch wit z Bcgen Belsen at: i Buchenwald Beach Singers Perform Here First %  pei i ir concert of the nth -HI. presented bj . 7 p.m., at Community Center, 7::nl st Collins ave. on the and Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy makes arangements fur the big "Cabaret Night" at the Carillon Hotel .ast Sunday. Left to right are Mrs. Anne Laderman, Mrs. Helen Parness and Heibert Parker, banquet manaqer cf the Carillon. Hospltcl Chapter Planning Party "Night Club" party will he held by the Miami Beach Chapter of Children's A-thma Research Institute ji to aid the free treatment and research programs ol the Home, which currently is faced with a i n sail Imission list oi severely asthmatic children in need of the Home': ne^ medical services, Mrs. Bertram Whitman is chair n.an. Seven Dade County children re ne in >)erver for medical and psychological treatment Mother-Daughter Breakfast Sisterhood of Congregation B*nai Baphael. formerly D.ule Heights Jewish Congregation, held a mother-daughter breakfast at the Park Restaurant recently Judge Friedman In Talks Here Judge Milton Friedman address-, e I the Miami Beach Optimists on Tuesday His topic was "Typical .1 irist's Day in Court." On Sunday, he spoke at South i'e in preparation for the forma lion of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge tncre. Judge Friedman is a past I resident m District 5 of B'nai, B'rith. Recently, he also lectured to a class in Humanities at the L'niver sity of Miami Beth Am Eyes School Goals Newly-formed school board of Temple Beth Am held a meeting on Monday evening to discuss the gonls. curriculum and other aslectl of the Religious School. Beth Am has a total enrollment 'I BOO students in the school, which meets on Saturday and Sunday mornings Mrs. Harry Ross is principal. Prof. Edward Fox. school board chairman, has announced that the following members will serve on his committee: Mr. and Mrs. William Asher. Mrs. Louis Alper. Mrs. Norman Ashhes. Mrs. Albert Aronson. Mrs. Werner Baum. Murray Birchansky, Mrs. Jack Diamond, Dr. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Lewis Goodman, Jack Oreen. Dr. Samuel Greenberg. Dr. E ward Jeruss, Dr. Marcia Klain, Mrs. Charles Kruglick Mis Jay Leshaw, Mrs. Melvin -on. Dr. Erwin Lesser, Dr. and Mrs. Asher Marks, Mrs. Sol Maycrson, Maurice Orovitz, Dr. Signuind Rosen, Dr. Harold Silberman. Henry Weiss. Mrs William Zuckcrman, Mrs. Jay Kislak. Servicemen's Unit Selects Hostesses At the annual meeting of the senior hostesses of Miami Beach ServicemenCenter, the follow Ing appointments were made: Supen isors for -> nior hosti sses Hattie Milam; for junior hostess es. Ruth Randin and Molly Kohn; for special events, Bess Cohen; secretary and checkroom supervis or, Dorothy Shultz; contributions, Frieda Footer and Ann Richard; Stage I'". r Canteen refreshments, Sylvia Flaum; records and telephone group. Bea M ireus Chief senior hostesses were an nounced for each ol the t-t shutweekly. Thev are Claire Zapalsky Ann Richard, Dorothy Shultz, Bes sic stone Etta Stempel, Jennie Roussman. Lena Kapnick. Rose Samuels. Bea Marcus. Irene Rc>s enbluni. Betty Sellgson, Esthei Sussman and Bess Cohen. The following hostesses were a-signed lo various committees: Selma 'Li-man. Etta Stempel. Bea Marcus, Bettj Sellgson, Irene Ros enblum. Rose Winick. Ann Rich ard. Clara Shaffer. Bea Cordon. Sylvia Levinc. Felice lie-man. Charlotte Rosenberg. Ethel MOSS Mollie Kohr. Ruth Randm. Bess Cohen an c laire Zapalsky. Rose Field Klein coordinator since the inception of the Servicemen's Center, will continue in the same capacity His'el Dcy OR UM Camp; Hillel Das B'rith V, ,li: mi Beach at %  % %  lei ll i.e, Uni versit) ol Miami eek. i i .i he'd from l 3 p in di ape nes di tat ed by the chapter Mrs Rul i Corey achairman i i th< da> Dr D maid M i hai Ison, director of Hillel I speakei ail also %  >. ducti I %  t iur ing Pn sident ol the Beth Am Maps Yarser! Events \l • Bart %  I adult education chaii man I B< 'ii Am, %  %  ile t ir the month ol December The Sunday morning series will be held on Dec 15, at 10 a m in the Adult Education Room On Dec H. Rabbi Baum-.iid conducted the session, using aa text. "In Time and l. • rnltj The -i sion ol Dei IS will be com by Dr. Martin Liebling The fourth annual Chanuka Fes tival will be held in the Temple Auditorium on Saturday Dec 14, ,.t T 30 p m ( antor Chai les s Kodner will due. t the 125 voice children's choir and Mrs Selma Baumg ol ivill irecl the i hoir in %  l Chanuka mush Southgatc Men Hold Dance Here S bg it< Men's Si ci I held its third uance recently at the Hot. I Officet % %  Harry Bu Rud\ Ctal Alfred I ewis \ ice president Vbr ih im I 1 ller, u c retary; Emamu I .i ir r. Harrj Pomerai U i eanl at arms JKP ESects dressier Prexy By Special Report in nl Zioni.-,i .1, .'. ISh c MIMM • ''. I'-adi • %  ou. i eiei t.o : i esi 111 ol he J i-ii National Fund of An ai tlii annual an eW ig oi the JNF Board oi Directors In Nev \. rk i it) Bressler, who will serve for a pi i ii ci ol i wo year-, s. ccee I \l it s 'he Israel B nd Oi ation Rabbi Rosen ?eld Pulpit Guest Da id Rosenfel I -, %  i it i agler G anada Je> ij morning services the nev Ij i impli l< i, d Will In u-'rieS'W '—'• d -' His "lion I i Freedoi : he C mi ersion ol Chapl m %  hi : by Herbert Tarr was dis cussed by Rabbi Rosenfeld at • oi the Hertzl Groui : i!.. lass i held in the Algiers 1 la-t v eek Swiss Deny Glcbke a Home GENEVA (JTA1 — Dr Hans (ill hkc-. Secretary ol State in HII o former West Germar r Ko i ad Adenauer, was leclared an "umfea'rable" persot this week bj the Parliament of tin s cai to ol Vaud Dr Globke resigned his offici eh irtly before Chancellor Adenauer • %  %  ontb His wife bwns pertj in \ iud. The \'.nid I'ar ted a motion declar n i Rl Dl Globke "abstain Iron: id "in the c ,r.ton either tem r Ij OI permanently." li i !lo ke h. be. n accused ol anti lew -', act vities during World \\ ir II, ha\ ing been the axp % % %  I ii the ~ ; in •• who had writtei official commentary on thej anti lewish -Nuremberg La I s Hi I cons stentlj denied, how ever that he aided the Naii racial poll cies, an i was pported in his denials l,\ Di Ad iioier Young Judaea Holds Hayride Torahnim. newly-named Young Judaea group at Beth Moshe, held a hay ride on Sunday, Dec 8, at Miami Lakes Country Club. Club. Leaving from Beth Moshe at 4:30 p.m.. the afternoon included dinner and games. Meetings of the club are held every Thursday from 7:30 to 9 p.m.. at Beth Emeth. 12250 \\\ 2nd Ave. WINDOW SPECIALISTS -t PKOUD OF!'* Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Sioc!< of Replacement Parts 7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami 37, Fla. 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Page 4-A *Jewistncrktian Friday. December 13, 1%3 &f Jewish Florid! a n OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4G05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX FRED K. SHOCHET... Editor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published everv Friday since 1JT by The Jewish n..ridln at ISO N.K. Sixth Suv.-i. Miami I, rTorfcta. BMOlMI-ClMi Postage Paid al Mi.iim. PtaTUI*. The Jewiih Floridian hat abaorbed the Jewiah Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member ol the Jewish Telegrapmc .jr-tency, Seven Ar< Fatur^vndifta.te, Worldwide Newt Service, NationS-erfltorTal Atsn.. American Astn. af English-Jewish Newspape is. and th* Florid a Pr, _y n ^ The Jewish Klnridian doi not ruarantM lb.Ka-hruth of the merchandise advertised In itcolumns. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION Local Area One Year (5.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Friday. December 13, 27 Kislev 5724 Number 1963 50 Sen. Lehman Passes at 85 Hardly have we begun to crapple with the grim realities of the death of President Kennedy %  •••hen we are now confronted with :he passing of Sen. Herbert H. Lehman in New York at the age c: 85. In many immediate ways, the comparison suffers. John Fitzrerald Kennedy was President of \.\Q United States and assassin. ted at 46 in the bare beginnings cf the prime of his life. The na::on, rightly, was staggered by : .e sudden and tragic loss of its :hief executive. 16 Sen. Lehman, an octogenarian, alike the young President, who • ould have had so much to offer, ralfilled his potential long ago. But it is precisely here that the Senator's passing becomes such : n unhappy event. To recount Mr. Lehman's contributions is out cf the province of these columns. 3eyond the fact that he served New York State as governor for :en years and United States Senator for two terms, in addition to his service as first director general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency. H would be gilding his already profoundly dedicated career to list Mr. Lehman's other accomplishments. That President Lyndon Johnson left Washington to attend his funeral in New York's Temple Emanu-El, braving a nation's now jittery concern for security, sufficiently indicates, we think, the high regard in which Herbert H. Lehman was held. When it seemed that Mr. Lehman's long life devoted to public service was over, he returned to center stage in the early 1950s as a U.S. Senator, during which time he rose to perhaps his greatest heights. For it was Sen. Lehman who joined President Harry S. Truman as a leader in the battle against the passing of the infamous McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. The triumph of the bill, it is said, caused him to burst into uncontrollable weeping in the privacy of a dark Capitol Hill corridor. And it was Sen. Lehman who, when others feared to take him on, early launched among the first instances of resistance to the excesses cf Joseph R. McCarthy. His life spent in the cause of America and humanitarian endeavor will mark Sen. Lehman's role in history. CJA'S New Chairman The appointment of Dr. Irving Lehrman as chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal is a welcome one. The Combined Jewish Appeal is Greater Miami's one-time annual campaign for a variety of causes — local, national and overseas. In all of these areas of endeavor, including Israel, Dr. Lehrman has had wide experience as a leader, speaker and knowledgeable interpreter. As a result of his many organizational affiliations, rabbinic and lay, he knows the community well, both here in Greater Miami and nationally. And Dr. Lehrman knows Israel equally well, having been there on many official occasions. All of this experience augurs well for a vigorous Combined Jewish Appeal campaign %  n 1964. His experience will be an invaluable csset in achieving that end. In addition, the wide respect in which Dr. Lehrman is held by the community at large should significantly broaden CJA's horizons. We join the community in acknowledging the choice made by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for its new campaign chairman. A Lesson in Bigotry The first move in Dade County to enjoin the county from hanging religious symbols on its public buildings during Christian holiday seasons is a lesson, however controlled, in bigoted thinking. News of the suit here last week promptly elicited an angry response in the community's press and on radio and television. The response ranged over a wide field of anguish, all of it, in varying degrees, containing veiled statements of an unhappily antiSemitic nature. The mildest of them repeatedly reminded us that "this is a Christian nation'' and that the fractional percentile of the country unaffiliated with the majority religion has no right to dictate and enforce its views. At the moment, all of this seems beside the point. Even the legal strengths or weaknesses of the suit aren't worth discussing in the face of the larger issue. The larger issue is that people are willing at the drop of a hat, to jump to the conclusion that the proposed litigants were Jewish, and therefore to make bigoted statements about Jews as a whole. For no one who has been guick thus far to vent his anger ever bothered to find out that the potential litigants in the case are not Jewish. And. in fact, the attorney, though his name sounds Jewish," is a self-professed Presbyterian himself. The Teen-Age Conclave For the tenth consecutive year, some 300 high school youth will gather Sunday for the !ra%Tv C S Ve S ^ n50red here an !" <% by the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. In the past, these conclaves have proven themselves to be serious forums for discussion by the young people of a variety of significant issues. This kind of serious and timely talk bv our young people deserves the admiration of the community. The YM-YWHA. its sponsoring parent-body, deserves similar commendation for directing the attention of its youth toward an adult level of thinking. during the week ..;< i see il T^ty LEO MINDLIN U AUTHOR MAURICE Samuel made some excellent ob servations on Jewish" contin uity at a Me Ami celebration meeting of the Jewish N* tional Fund Council, in the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun day evening Not ing the easy -passHtf vt pimi f Mrn fhf hands of the late President Kennedy to his successor. \| r Samuel suggested that j eu have been experiencing this sort of miraculous continuum for thous sands of years, and in countless places and times. Thus: By the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept; yea we wept when we remembered Zion. Similarly, the impulse to establish links with the pat was experienced on the Dnieper, in the Mellahs of Morocco and under the colonnades of the Alhambra -And here in Miami." he said. "Jews still pursue that phenomenon," and Mr. Samuel pointed to the establishment of Me Ami as an example of our eternal and restless yearning toward Jerusalem. In the noted author's View, the purpose of the continuum to preserve the unrelenpng drive in the achievement of the Great Return; and here he offered an accolade "to the United States, the constitution and the SOUIK! sense of the American people." For it is in the shadow of their outstretched arm that Jews realized the kind ot emotional security and physical stability enabling them to bring to fruition the long dormant Zionist dream. The genius of the Jewish continuum is such, he noted, that it automatically became the crucible in which were forged the hepes and ideals of a subsequent Israel reborn. Jews in exile, Mr. Samuel said, carried on with the ancient ceremonials and customs that had purpose in Palestine and thai arc meaningful there again in our time <. .;. .j. STORING UP NATIONAL CAPABILITY SING THE Sukkah as an example, he said that todaj we cai serve the building ol .> Sukkah even in settlements where I • somewhat less than honored." The sukkah. Mr S iety and religious convicti* [ nccessit; I lure to protect the restinj ;ui Bui it v is the symbolic i ol the Sukkah Chi millet • i Jewish d'spe sion that preserved the It om until it would one d?j be needed again It did more bat that; ii contributed t" the Jewish continuum. Thi' Jewish Rational Fund, out ol which grey |fe Ann community's sister city on Ine Jordan border near the Israel town ol ( mm el I aim.. is in Mr Samuel's view a counterpart l principle Preferring to translate Keren Kayemel accurate!) as Jewish Fulfillment Fund, he remarked that thl had been itself an example of the storing up of national capal for a time when it uon led. Nov that Israel has emci {< I once more, what of the continuu As Mi Samuel sees it continuity was mainly an instrument of the Galul where non-Jews, living an "elementary illusion." consM us in our exile 'to be self-enclosed" and lifeless within. Hut • has been in fact an enormous cultural lag between the prtgre thinking ol %  verj vital Judaism and the Gentile world bent or. secuting us Wt NtVtR LtTT HISTORY AT ALL AS EXAMPLES, Mr Samuel pointed to I'hilo and Ibn Gabirol. ad *"* vanced philosophic masters of their vastly diverse time.s. who weren't even recognised as Jewish because they violated the classii image ot the Galul Jew. And pointing humorously to the current popularity ol existentialism, he said: "Suddenly. Chassidism occupies a high place. Suddenly, the world has 'discovered' the Baal Sheir. Israel seems t„ |,e changing this view of us. however wror. may have been, as something out ol the past Hence, the world begun la regard the Jew in Israel as reentenng the mainstream ot history via his contemporary national activity For Jews. Mr. San uel warned, a corrective is mandatory; we are not reenterin. mainstream of history but "the era ol contemporaneous acknowledgi ment Because of our continuum, and through our yearning t< Zion, we never left history at all. Neither, he said have .lews returned to Israel in order "to me a ghetto;" the) returned in the hope of achieving bettei communication with the res! of the wortd-the kind of communica "on demed us in the Galul where we were immutable signs of the Is an exi mple, Mr Samuel pointed to Israel's sending of ti mcai experts to the newly-emerging African nations, as well as '"'-' '" a large corps of African exchange students According to the noted author. African exchange students curt of oniy\?00 nUmbCr S "" ,e 12 Thc US he sald Mn b0Ml %  significant comparison, he said, because it reenfoi 'ic ma.nmale of [gracl'i determination to be a part oi things maw a contribution-not only to her immediate ne.uhi.or-. who "" e .*nus f rejected her. but to neighbors as distant as ot l Afrcan'continent For Jews. .„. ,,„, i|||fw .. |hc ||ar ins "M'' "' Mn h '' world '" and %  a myth that "ems an addiction in their minds. •;• •:• ARtNA Ot HIS PROfOUNDtR KNOWLlDGt I 1 .,!!, H ESE mpu,sos Mr Samuel said, that set the Jewish v of • l,' L.rr l t0 m0 n: not onlv ,he n ced to fulfill the dream miAcIZ a S0 ,0 part of ,he world. And it is in this SEE"! 222?* h 0 s a,d hat % %  are ^ o rimuar our reutrTh"!^ "* %  *"" ,hat ,his n ,ion was "the instrument o. SMcu tet „ ""r reentenng contemporary events." Mr. Samuel £c i ,^r al, er !" e fa,e if U.S. immigration laws were >< tl 1 L ,89 Y nd ,900: as they later became, presumable nSlI he na "' ;nal r,si s 1ta system. It ii here the Gain.' ,n. Preservation of symbols and ceremonies in acknowle a gJ m en^ M r ^ •^ ,,, T" im ,he era of contemporaneous sosem.nt. Mi Samuel was both novel and intriguing tlKe inSmaSv 10 !!JfS*. 2* ""Wbutioili is naive soph.s,r>. lor recognition knm ," l !' ; nU '" wuh the actual stroke of Ann,:,;,. "ents Sat I %  i „ he P l ,. t ( "** ,ht accident, declare) that • \m HiBee ,u n Mr Samuel, as a final note musl wdtfoes ke '" C fJ?, "'" say ,0 ,sracl tak or • wlm: 5he '"'"' iSaZ'FS uS. PdUn eyt '" and when he Interpreted I •"woo statement on the relations between Israel at Continued on Pag* 13.A Itulifm Cuisine C rnx Air ionainna



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Page 12-B f-Jmisf f Urklton Friday. December 13, 1363 Chanuka at Temple iadea Some 230 religious school students arc expected to attend Chanuka festivities at Temple Judea on Sunday morning Assembly begins at 10:30. and will be conducted by students in skits and song. At 11:30. the Men's Club of Temple Judea will serve a complete lunch, to be followed by entertainment. Chanuka Fete At Beth Torah Department of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, sponsored a Chanuka celebration lor patients in the Coral Gables Veterans Hospital this week. Rabbi Alfred Waxman spoke on the significance of the holiday, and the Temple Zion Choir sang traditional songs ('net Gale and his accompanist. Deeva Solove, presented a stage show, refreshments were served, and 500 gilts were distributed throughout the hospital In charge of arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown. VAVS representatives, and Mrs. Evelyn LeVine. Department hospital chairman. Variety Women's Committee meets to report on ticket sales for the annual Variety Children's Hospital dinner dance Dec. 19 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The traditional event has become a highlight of the social season, and will benefit the hospital's building fund. Shown standing (left to right) are Mrs. Albert Pollack and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mrs. Herbert Kern, Mrs. Ralph Shere, Mrs. Mack Rose, Mrs. Irwin Green, Mrs. Gene Gabriel, and Mrs. Terryce Kaplan. Zionist Author To be Speaker Guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist District Weekly Luncheon Club meeting We.lnesday noon at Walclman's Hotel will be Sam Shankman. of Memphis. Tcnn. Shankman is author of "Mortimer May, Foot Soldier in Zion." He is a past president of the Memphis Zionist District and a vet erail Zionist leader of the Southeastern Region. Physician is Speaker Dr. Roberta Slonim, physician and representative for the Flor-1 ida Chapter of the Arthritis and j Rheumatism Foundation, discuss-; ed and answered questions pertaining to both afflictions on Tues-i day at the I. L. I'eretz School. 1545 s\V 3rd St. LEBEDIKER BRANCH CHANUKA FESTIVAL SUNDAY December 15 8 P.M. BARCELONA HOTEL 4343 Collins Avenue GALA CONCERT REFRESHMENTS Participating Artist CANTOR HERMAN GOTTLIEB Kertewned Jewish Artist MICHAEL GiJSON Operc Star MARTHA MELVILLE ESTHER BARRET ft Other Stars BEN Y0MEN Noted Musical Composer, Leading Community Singing ZOA Dinner Set For Jan. 12 M. William Smith and William Silver stein, co-chairmen of the the Miami Beach ZOA installation dinner, announce that the affair has been ; %  < scheduled for Sunday t \ening, Jan. 12. at the Deauville Hotel. Starting with a cocktail party at 6 p.m.. the evening will feature Irving Pietrack and his orchestra. special entertainment and a guest speaker. Ben Oilier will be installed as president. Complete Line Of Formats Here Classy Formal Wear, 64 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, specializes in a complete line of men's sales and lental formals. Irving Hecht, of Classy Formal Wear, said lhat his stock includes formals by Palm Beach Celebrity, "which means that now you can wear a tuxedo or dinner jacket | that is cool and comfortable for any occasion, indoors or out." Available are outfits for formal evening and wedding, semi-firmal evening, formal daytime, summer | formal, informal wedding day or evening, and semi formal daytime 1 wedding and occasions. Tifereth Israel Elects Officers Marshall H. Comis has been elected president of Tifeth Israel Congregation. Other officers named at an election meeting last week are: Jack Berke. first vice president; Irving Querido. second vice president: Ethel Schlissel. recording secretary; Mary J Seligman, corresponding secretary; Allan II First, treasurer: and llwnar Rothman and Isadore Mertik, religious trustees. Board of directors Includi \; Kurzban, Ilyman Astor, Floyd Kranz. Ralph Kline. Harry Ler ner. Nate Rosenberg. Isidore Schlissel. Morris Wyden. Harry Rosenberg, and Max Tobias Alternates are Harry Dacks. Harry Friedman. Murray Weinthal and Philip Morris. Installation will be at a dinner Jan. 12. Comis was previously president of the congregation. He and his mother. Mrs. Pearl Conns. were recently chosen Mother and Son of the Year at a national convention of the Jewish National Fund in New York City. Beth Am Will Honor Members Temple Beth Am will honor members at services on Friday evening by adding their names to the Tree of Life in the lobby of the new sanctuary. To be honored are Mr and Mrs. Robert Garvett. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gillis, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goodstem. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gotselin, Mr. and Mrs. jack Green, Mrs Shirley Green Mr. and Mrs. Norman Green, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs Carl Harold. Mr. and Mrs Ernesl Harris. Mr anil Mrs. Ernes' Heydemann. Mr and Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman, Mr and Mrs. Herman [sis, Mr and Mrs Arthur Jacowitz. Mr and MrLeonard Ka| Mr. and Mrs Paul Kali. in Mr and Mrs David Kates and Mr and MrHerman Kellman. T Plans Winter • Day Camp Here A winter day camp program tor boys and girls from first t.-.ruu-h sixth grades is being offered ,,t three branches of the Y.v; and YWHA of Greater Miami luring the forthcoming school vacation beginning Monday, Dec anl ending Tuesday. Dec 31. For sev. en full days, a variety of act.wi:. featuring trips to interesting places in Dade County, ha planned for the children. Transportation from home to tl y and back is available At the Miami Branch % % %  5VV 16lh Ave., the program \ ill conducted by Miriam Scheinbi and will run from 9 a.m. to : p m each day. The highlight ewnts at this branch will be a trip h, ir.niton Park, fishing trip, eft k out. O hayride, trip to the airpor \;-it to the Every lades Nation., Park and a New Year's party. At the Beach Branch. 1." 6 l'..,y Rd., and the North Countv i rat 1-HG6 NE 6th Ave.. the da;, camp is offered either as a full day program or afternoons only. Marvin Perkel is in charge ; the Reach Branch procram which will leature a theater party at the Merry Go Round Playhouse, bowling, ice-skating, a visit to Greynolda Park and a trip to ti .• Monkej Jungle. I'nder the leadership o; Howard Margohs, the daj camp it the North County "Y" will offer vis Is to the Hialeah Roller Kink, Miami Glass Blowers, Funland Park. Science and Nature Musctm, and Pier 5. 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pecember 13. 1963 |p # f fhrMtati Page 15A r u %  -*Tv J brating with the Chanuka Toy Project of the National cil ol Jewish Women, all boys and girls of Temple Beth u Religious School have been bringing their Chanuka and toys for the Ship-a-Box program to the children of Shown are Sanford Roth, Barbara Ehrich. Ricky Bernd Debby Shkoler. Annual Chanuka assembly will be &n Sunday, 10 a.m. LBJ Meets With L Jewish Delegation Continued from Pi^ 1-A ul Nations; Abraham A. Feinberg, head of the Israel Bmul organization; and Col. Jacob Arvey, oi Chicago. Meyer Feldman, designated by President Kennedy as ( white House deputy special counsel mid Presidential adviser on Jewish iind Israeli issues, parti cipated, President Johnson displayed de tinled knowledge of Jewish affairand a sensitivity to the world [Jewish situation, according to those v.ho puke with him. The President showed insight into the relationship between the Jewish people and the State oi 1-real. The President thought it parti cularly fitting to accept the invitation conveyed by the leaders who met ith him because the late President Kennedy had been scheduled to address the same group on Dee. 5 The dinner was postponed, owing to the assassination of President Kennedy. May the Happiness of This Festive Season of CHANUKA "The Feast of Candles" Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry "One o' the Not'on't Oldsit and largest* Bade Federal ,/AVINCS and LOAN ASSOCIATION* oi MIAMI I0PH M 11P10N. Piwdr"l TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL DADE TIRE CO., Inc. >01 N MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 3-8445 Best Wishes For A Happy Holiday Season MAXWELL CO. INC. 7321 NE 2nd AVENUE Miami, Fla. Mizrachi Will Honor Galbut At Annual Dinner Miami Beach City Councilman Hyman P Galbut will be guest of of honor at the annual dinner of the Hapoel Hamizrachi, announced Sul Kaslun general chairman in charge of local arrangements. The dinner will be held at the Deauville Hotel on Jan. 19. Rabin Isaac Ever, spiritual leader of Vgudath Israel Hebrew institute. ipublicity chairman for the event. Honorary chairman is M a x Hecht. Rev. Joseph Kranta and Rev, Solomon Cooper are eo-chairE E T I N G S THE PARBAKEET SHOP HER BUDGIES TOYS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES RARES Member of A.6.S., U.B.S.. C.B A., SP.C.A. )1 NW 7th Avenue Miami Phone PL 4-340Z TO All CHANUKA GRKTINGS FLORIDA DIVISION |ted Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. Phone FR 1-1523 AINSLEY BUILDING GREETINGS TO AIL ATLAS METAL INDUSTRIES, INC. W. 23rd Street Hi.leah Phone TU 8-3411 CHANUKA GREETINGS NEWPORT ANTUfVE SHOP 2347 Coral Way Miami 45, Fla. Call 446-1481 GREETINGS S. ROSS & SON JE 2-1491 TV Rentals-Sales Expert Repairs Quality Service 4022 Royal Palm Ave. Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA EngePfl Men's Shfip LATEST IN MEN'S STREET AND SPORTS CLOTHES" 2201 PONCE DE IE0N BIVO. CORAl GABIES Ph. HI 6-*24 GREETINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-6804 1 101 Our sincerest "~ !" ^ wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY FRIENDS FROM ALL THE DIRECTORS, OFFICERS AND STAFF AT THE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL BEST W1SI ES i A HAPPY CHAMJAA BERNARD LITMAN & ASSOCIATES 111 N.E. First St., Miami Ph. FR 7-2761 GENERAL AGENT Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Springfield 1, Massachusetts • Organized 1851 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS THAYER S. STEWART • REAL ESTATE BROKER CALL PL 9-3201 169 N.E. 48th Street Miami, Fla. It is again a Pleasure To Extend Season's Greetings To All ABE ALLEXBEKIi TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA Harris Paving and Construction Co. PAVING CONTRACTOR Road Building • Clearing • Excavating • Grading Storm Drainage • Equipment Rental "FOR SERVICE CALL" HARRIS PAVING 4275 S.W. 73rd Ave. MO 7-6459 GREETINGS TROPEX BATTERIES, WC "First to Last in Batteries'" 2125 NW. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403 Happy Chanuka to All from Mr and Mrs. Charles Nadler COPLEY PLAZA HOTEL BLUE J. APTS. 3900 COLLINS AVENUE 4001 INDIAN CREEK DR. Phone JE 8-1846 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA IDEAL INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. JIM LEVENSON SAM SHUPACK 1457 NW. 36th STREET MIAMI, FLA.



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. December 13. 1963 g •Jeni%ti tier Minn Page 5-C THEY LEND A HAND WHEREVER NEEDED Women's Auxiliary Assists Hospital In Countless Important Ways Daily .. A mother's work is never lone" i s •' M, y* B i nil-n a P"> df-ir;i"'thc thousand-and-one performed by mem^ ; %  Women's Auxiliary 0 f cedars ol Lebanon. \, iting fund-raffling pro taken i>> the women 5 edars' doors were op<" is the Lobby Shop—or gilt Mrs Morris Blau has ,i | c ti ,i ihiwork from the Ihe petite establishIT r; ;. conducted like a well ted business The \ ixiUary turned over $7.hospital earlier this rhey've developed a charge service far gifts and flowers, an : dehrer anywhere in Greater Miami. A rapid!] expanding in-service program keeps a great pan ol Ihe membership busy al all timej In this work, volunteers "lend .i band" wherever they are need ed, The) can be found at work assi mm in the laboratories, in the recovery room, in room con trol. with medical records, .it the heart station, in the bookkeeping department, aiding the ward secretaries with admissions, and in the nurses' stations. Others auist with patients" mad. Specter Walked Thnugh Flocrs Saying, 'Beautiful' Continued from P9 3-C id Synagogue In 19M. Just a few years ago, he donated $260,r tin Beth David's new auditorium. At i edars of Lebanon Hospital, the Samuel Spector Pavilion Ms madt possible through another contribution of some $100.He has in recent years, concentrated on industrial buildings such athe warehouses and dis• n points for Jefferson i RCA. I'hilco, Admiral and Zenith companies. He built %  i\ It plant for Sun Raj chairs, and the Hill Bros • il athe Seaboard i Terminals. tm the draw ing board-. -peetor and SODS 3 I 00 -c| ft tor U S 27 000 sq ft. for Shell 1 00 tor Modern Alumi 56,000 for Genuine my, and more. Specter estimates i •over I>(KI.IHK so,, it. For a man who has through two depressions, orld warand the normal quota of dail) cares. Sain i heerful smile. Mi.mil has been good to me family Now I want to huild lor my own community. 1 want to build for the soul, the center. And for our I Ith I want to build a n Cedars of Lebanon Hospital On the wall in Sam Spector's Office at 575 SW 22nd Ave is a modes! plaque, an award for his help in rehabilitation of the handicapped. He's proud of that one. And there are man) more. During the construction period. Sam was a familiar >iyht, trudging about the top three floors, inspecting each step of the work. He'ci pause, examine the woodwork, the tile, the fixtures, murmuring "beautiful, beautiful!" Cost of Building Runs Sky-High Continued from Page 4-C tecsiv< cat liac-care sections with private rooms and round-thcclock electronic monitoring ol patiei is' heart conditionhas been Installed at Cedar* of Lebanon Hospital. The five rooms are buill il a t shape i rou id a i cntn I %  n to i.i manned b) nurses, ieven days %  < week. 21 hours a da) Displayed on a console in front ol the nurse will be each patient'i puke, blood pressure, temperature and heart rate The heart rate will be I ispl I) ,.,| ,,> a wavy line on a screen or strip of paper, showing the natural electric pulse that keeps each patients heart beating. Ml alarm will alert the nurses il a heart stopor begins to "quh er" dangerously. The moment the alarm sounds. an attendant will rush in and begin external heart massage to Comfort Cart deliveries, delivery of flowers, and simply making the patient feel "at home." They maintain a Remembrance Fund, an ; -nice the earliest days of the hospital's beginnii _havi -ponsored ;i series ol fundi dsing luncheons an I parties to help build the original hospital sit ucture. \ii\iliarv officers and Board of Directors lor 1964 are Mrs. Ted Lotterman, president; Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, past president; vice president-. Mrs. Benjamin Orcn. Mrs. Doran Ziliner and Mrs Morris lllau; secretaries. Mrs. Mitchell Goldman, Mrs. Max K Glasser and Mrs Lawrence Adler; Mrs Nat Strauss, treasurer; Mrs. Norman Brown. assistant treasurer; and Mrs. h'lloise Breslauer, parliamentarian. Board members are Mesdames Sidney Aronovitz, Joe Berchan. Leonard Brodsky, Gertrude Dunner, Arthur Gilbert. Nathan (Hover. Herbert Halpem, Morton Halpern, David Hess. Harry Horwich, Louis Lumbers. Herschel B. Leschel, Harry L. Lewis, Sam Luby. Sr., Stanley Margoshes. Frank I'erlraan, Frank Rose. Charles Rosenfeld, Samuel Sapiro, Byron Sparber, Sam Seitlin. Joseph Siegel, David Stuzin. Phillip Warshaw, Fred Witkoff, Warren Witus and Bernard Yesner. Skilled hands will create surgical miracles here. Every mod em device is at the surgeon's command. Procedures Indicate Big Increase in Cedars Service Service to Greater Miami Harry Lewis, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and his wile, Hazel, shown at recent dinner reception in benalt of Cedars. an Institution in These Days kei'p the patient's heart beating A pace-maker, an electronic device which stimulates the heart with tiny electric shocks, also v ill go into action immediate!) alter the alarm Solid glass windows in the walls i icing the monitoring a tion will permit the nurses lo watch the patients without ope:; ing and shutting d me reason lor building the inten-iv e Ireatmi nl area v as to i |l| dou n On < Osts Ol ea'-e to the i %  •• t. i.ev .exnlained Cosl per day will be below the expense of a private room, private duty noises around the clock and heart rate recordings taken dally. Cedars Novelties Patients at Cedars of Leb anon Hospital can now carry on conversations with their nurses, wherever they may be in the hospital. through a 'pillow speaker The patient and the nurse are on the same wave-length and can converse without disturbing other patients. Miami's Showmen's AflflO elation is pitching in to give !. ot Lebanon a helping hi • d Secretar) Mart] ol Showmen's, who is coi,lined tO a wheelchair most ol the time, knows what it meant to I" in and cul ol hospitals, an says the %  %  so< iation ire l lars S %  for life %  la themt. I h such a i' • rful color, all .al gov ns In the '•: Ra) i) ipartnw nl al Cedarol Lebanon Hospi tal are now designed in "Suthire Yellow." An imposing array of statistics were disclosed this week, indicating the rocketing growth of the Miami community and the correlative increase in patient-care at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. According to President Harry I, Lewis. 10.226 patients were admitted to the hospital in the two-year period between November 10. 1981 and November 19. 1963 There were 4.735 surgical procedures, at 16.130 X Rays completed. Dade population was in5 ed bj Ihe 1.111 babies born at Cedai n this two year span, including a set of triplets ., porl s 29 lab r itory pri e !ur< i r con ductc i 1 i> re were meals %  \ i d 1„ txvo rears, fi %  h is| ital which |ted t ear-capaci y most ol the lime, has playi d a n part in restoring thousands to good health. A compact "photo studio" on wheels is one of the innovations installed at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital as part of the new expansion and building program The camera will be used in laboratory research to photograph minute objects and copy assignments of charts and illustrations. A backlighting feature is built into the base cabinet. This provides translucent backgrounds in a selection of color that Imbues photographic sli is with a rich quality. The backlighting also provides shadowless lighii the subject, helping to re11 i] hidden details. Called "Pic Tek." the machine ; %  ie 'rati s all equipment easen I to photograph) into a mlired, mobile photo-ma. which usean) type of mera i nd shoots either black, i color pictures. Latest fashions in uniform* are worn by operating nurse* o: Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital. Left to right are Gloria Getz wearinq the "overhead" type with yoke front and tie back; Diane Weisenborn, seen in the "wiap-arcund" model with oval neckline, capped sleeves end giant-size pockets, anc Mrs. James O'Hara, showing the "slipover" style with rounc neck and draw-string tie.



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"rge 14-B +Jeisti ttorkltor) Friday, December 13. 1963 J3<*r ^Mitzvah Don P.oienihul Leslie Saicr Michmtl Levin* Mithael Wolstcin Steven Greenbaum [incha services at Israelite Cenconducted by Rabbi Schmaryi l >^ ..-ky on Saturday, Dec. at s p m., will include the Bar izvah i'i Steven Greenbaum. Steven, .i student at the IsraelCenter Religi \iSchool, is in eighth grade a; Shi'iiandoah ,' nior High, where he ia mem ol tin Drama Department. Me also won a letter in football. •!r. and Mrs. Greenbaum "ill hosts in their son's honor at Shah s Seudos which follow service, and later in the eveng will entertain at the Park l ne. Among those present will Lubovitch Forms Women's Group be Steve's grandparents. MrHannab Epstein and Jack Greenbaum. -• Don Rosenthal Bar Mitzvah ol Don. son of -Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, will be celebrated at Beth David Congregation <>n Saturday morning. Dee it. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro ill officiate Don, who iin the eighth :rade at Citrus Grove Junior High, i lays the drums. The Bar Mitzvah's father ian officer oi the congregation, and he ami Mrs Rosenthal are active in all Beth David affairs. m it t 11 t e ii F >d ,ll d ri fie > b. jn or ile l ed E es il The Neshei Chabad, LubavitchWomen's League, will hold a -sert tea at the home of Mrs. :.rry Rosenberg. 6301 No. Baj ;.. at 1 p.m.. Thursday. Dee. Mrs. Sam Sehachno. chairman, nounc The meeting is open to all worninterested in furthering the rk ol the Lubavitcher moveent. Tingathering marks the >t organization of a Lubavitchwomen'i group in the southtern United state-. \ talk aboul the meaning oi jbavitch and itaims will be ven by Mrs. Abraham KIrs. Sihucrmo announced the .lowinc appointments: M r s raham DIatt, Mi-Pauline undwerg and Mis 1' earl chwartz, honorary chairmen; Sydney Levine, membership -airman; MiMorton Mayberg, easurer; and Mrs. Korf, cultural airman. Chanuka Fete At YA Hospital lival ,ii Chanuka will be ob• rved at Retn Torah Coi .on Religious Srhoo] with da-.. irtfes, (.'.mi assemblies, and -i-iiz programs George Katzman, hairman of the Board ol Educa m. announced. On Thursday. Dec 12. students : the elemental") Hebrew School epartmenl were to participate in quiz program and receivi eidels and Chanuka gelt from c Religious School I'TA Sunday School program on Dec. IS will include a movie. "Chanuka n Israel.'" and the songs of Judy [ate, IsraHi singer. The Junior High students will aserve the festival at a party nd college bowl on Sunday, and n the final two days of Chanuka ach class will hold an individual -arty. Members of the fifth grade and '.ne student choir will present Jjeir annual program for the resients of the Jewish Home for the Aged. .MRS. MAURICE GOLDRiNG Life Members To be Honored Sisterhoo i ol Congregation Beth Israel will honor life memberat the membership brunch to be held Tuesday. 11:30 am. ai the Fontaincbleau lintel. Mr.-. Maurice Goldring, membership chairman, haannounced' that life memberwill participate in a candle-lighting ceremonj and receive gol charms in the shape ol a tree ol life. A fash and wig show will be presented with cloth.to be modes il bj Sisterhood members: Mrs. Petei G ring, Mr-. Louis Pollack MrBernard Bistacky and Mrs Murray Rosenberg. Mr-. Sej mour Eisenberg will < tier a p ol pii no -elections. MrAlexander C. MoskovitZ is Sisterhood president. Mrla • "in Spolter is life membership t hairnian They will be hosts at a Kiddush billowing the Bar Mitzvah service! in honor of their son. Michael Levine Bar Mitzvah of Michael Allan Levine will be celebrated during serviceconducted by Rabbi !-aac Ilirsh Ever on Saturday morning. Pec 14, at AgUdatfa Israel He-1 brew Institute. Michael is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attended the Institute Religious School. Active in sports, the Bar Mitzvah was the recipient of several scholar-hips in sports and drama in Montreal. Canada. Following the ceremony, a reception will be ho-tcd bj Mr. and Mrs Harry Levine. T::i"i Carlyle Ave. parent! Of the celebrant. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs George Belkin. ol Montreal, will be here for the occasion Jay Sitgel .lay. son ol Mr. and Mrs Julian A. Siegel, 7517 Buccaneer Ave will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on Saturday morning, Dec it R ii in Mayer Abramowiti will officiate i Jay is a student at NautiluJunior High an,I also attends the religious school at Temple Menorah. A luncheon reception following services will be held at '.he Km I ers Michael Watstein Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oil"' iated at the Bar Mil/vah of Michael Watstein durum services at Temple Ml norah on Saturday morning, IH c. ". Son oi MrHelen Watstein, Michael is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a member ol the Reserve Band Other interests include baseball and chess Seth Michelson On Saturday morning. Dec 1-4. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the liar Mit/vah of Seth Gary Michelson at Temple Judea An eighth grade honor student at South Miami Junior High. Seth plans lo continue hireligious studies. He has placed first in school essaj contests, and inhob bies include stamp-collecting and building models. Mr. and Mrs Bernard Mich elson, 6039 S\\ 64th PL, parents ol the Bar Mitzvah, will honor him ;.t the Oneg Shabbat on Fridaj evening and at the Kiddush on Saturday. c • • Leon Block Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs Altred Block, will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congregation <>n Saturday morning. Dec II Rabbi Simon April will officiate, student in the congregation's Hebrew School, the celebrant at tendWestview Junior High. where he '.as the recipient of a Science Award, and plays trombone in the schodT orchestra Following l-'riday evening ser vices, Mr. and Mrs. Block will host the Oneg Shabbat They will also honor their son at the Kiddush on Saturday m l'opiel Hall and at a dinner a! the Royal Palm Hotel in the evening. Leslie Safer Rabbi Morris A Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb will of tieiate at tinBar Mit/vah ol Leslie Frank Safer during Satur QUALITY CARPtT AT LOWEST POSSIBU PWES for HOTEL MOTEL 2,000 Rolls to Cho*" *">m CARPET YOUR ROOM for only $40.00* '20 sq. yds. limit PAUL CARPET WAREHOUSE 31 N.W. 23rd STREET Phone FR 4-8435 Latke Party Sunday A latke party hosted by the Dora Stein Sisterhood in the social all of the Israelite Center will :* held on Sunday. Chairman of he 6 p.m. affair is Mrs. Estelle Lazarus, with Mrs. Sarah Mitchtil in charge of tickets. Brandeis Board In JFK Memorial Coffee bo.ird meeting' of Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis University National Women's Committee, will be held on Friday.-Dec. 20, 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Morris Minov. Morton Towers North Mrs. Samuel Goldman, president, will conduct the business agenda, including discussion of the presentation of a John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Book Collection. Book fund vice president. Mrs. %  Helen Sanders, and co-chairmen, Mrs. Donald Rubin and Mrs. Ralph Spero. are accepting contributions to the Book Fund for the memorial. HAPPY CHANUKA Phone UN 6-7641 On the Bay PIERRE MOTEL & APIS. Season Special from $8 Per Room to May 1st Swimming Pood* 340' Boy & Pier Free TV • Coffee Shop-lounge Air Cond.-Heated • Free Parking 24 Hr. Switchboard 79th St. Causeway & Bay Dr. CHANUKA GREETINGS Superior M0ry Cleaning. Mm*. PLANT and OFFICES 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 day morning sen-ices. Dec. 14, at Temple Beth Shirah. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Safer. 7305 SW. 131st St.. the celebrant will enter the confirmation depart ment. Kiddush. lollow mthe cere ninny, will be held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Mark Eisenberg Saturday morning services, Dec. 14. at Temple Zion. conducted by Kabbi Alfred W.ixman, will include the Bar Mitxvah of Mark Bhten berg. M.irk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard EUsenberg, and grandson of Mrs. Anna Bisenberg and Dr. and Mrs Joseph S. JoneAn eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High, where he plays trumpet in the concert and marching bard. Mark plans to continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class Kiddush following the ceremony will be in honor of the celebrant Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends from CASA GRANDE MOTEL A City Block of Southern Hospitality On the Trail • Swimming Pool 5200 S.W. 8th STREET Coral Gables, Fla. HI 3-2508 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD Will GIASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" D s-b • %  I •-. Owens. Ford Gldsj Co. & Insulux Cats Block 1601 1619 NW 7th AVE. 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?age 14-A H lfwi*fi nrrldKrtn Friday, December 13. 1963 Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Mayor Willy Brandt Emerges as Sudden Friend of Nasser Washington %  THE WEST GERMAN Embassy has failed to ofter any explanation lor comments made in .' a i r 0 earlier* his month byl .Vest Berlin! .V i 1 I y Brandtl %  vho, in effect,| upported Naser's war prei a r a t i o n s| against Israel day or Brandtl justified the continued presence t German rocket scientists— nainly ex Naais—in the United \rab Republic. He also con.(I the United States Con.]•< %  >for placing restrictions on American aid i<> Nasser. The retrictions imposed by Congress I mi Nasser's aggressivi militarj build-up. The German Embassy, naked to clarify und verily the reports conveying the Mayors statements, remained silent. In defense of the continued work of West German rocket ex pert* and other technicians in Egypt, Mayor Brandt told the Egyptians: "I have found nothIng in your country that calls lei taking such a decision las removal aid he was "shoeke4 that an avowed anti-Nazi. Mayer Brandl ... is anxious to see American dollars flow to Cairo to help Nasser pay lor Soviet jet bombers and ex-Nazi rocket technicians." Heller noted that M a y 0 r Brand! was willing lo have "the whole world plunged into a thermonuclear holocaust m defense ol West Berlin against communism" bul was showing another attitude toward the survival of Israel. The JW\ ommandi r round II difficult to understand whj the Mayor defended, Ibfl continued work of German scientist! In Eu>pt on weapons for use against Israel. He also questioned the Mayors presumption in lecturing "on how much aid Americana should give to Nasser—presumably to help pay the wages of his (the Mayor's i German countrymen, who are there build ing rockets." The silence of the German Embassy may bo traced to the embarrassment of Ambassador Heinrich Kneppstein Jusl as Mayor Brandt was in Cairo ul lering his comments, the Ambassador wai meeting in Wash ui-ton with a Jewish War Ye! %  randelegation, includinj Mi Heller Ambass our Kneppstein ilio veterai that his government red the continued pn of Geim a rocket scienti-ts in Egypt but wai unable to take effective .-teps against them because of civil liberties considerations The Ambassador said that West Germany was so liberal in its democracy that it could exert moral persuasion but could not legall) control the decision ot tome Germans to build weapons for Nasser He -aid that West Germany had done everything in its legal power to end German involvement in Egyptian milltarj preparations Bonn continues, however, to ship strategic military materials to Egypt. 'I he Mayor <>t Wesl Berlin s|„.,kuith a different \oiee in C.iro than his country's Ambassador uses "in Washington. Ifie Mayoi .i sphinx with one" taee in W< -t Berlin and another in Cairo Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Malamud Returns to the Fold of His Understanding IDIOTS FIRST. By Bernard Malamud. 212 pp. New Ycrk: Farrar, Straus and Company. $4.50. IJE IS LIKE two separate writers lii-nii; their %  ingle visions into an uneasy alliance, a tragi comic mast in which a smile distorts to a grimace. and tears blur the glittering self-mockery He works in stereoscope, seeing through twin lenses of laughter and pain, until the soul stands out in unrelieved three-dimensional view, vulnerable on all sides. In his first collection of stories since the National Book Award-winning "The Magic Bar rel." Bernard Malamud has left the critics who disliked his last novel, "A New Life." seeing in il a diminution of his talent, to chew their pen-. and returned to the unique Malamudian idiom in which lie speaks so poeticallj ol humankind. in intwelve -tones, only five deal specifically with Jewish backgrounds; but this is misleading, because all of Malamud's stoneare about Jews. Even when their name is I'ronin. they are Jew! in all but name. They are also all victims, il not simply of their own nature than of a kind of fateful hapiesstiess against which they struggle in hopeless, ludicrous postures. Thus Malamud reintorces his personal vision of humanity by characterizing it in terms of the Jewish psyche—the .lew who is always the injured and insulted, ill at ease UN listeninq Post: By SAUL CARSON Israel's Lone Vote Against U.S. Resdution United Nation. ; r"~" THERE WAS ONLY one tlunu!^ %  wrong with this depart• earlier pre iction that I tinyear's United Nal on the Vrab refuge* r>ich had started v ill \. a he by thi V %  .mid end in a whisper without acanything substan ti\e. he debate did end thin I im itho il adi ai i tuat* n i>> illimeter But the culmination per. it was as explosive ail could be. And thanks for that big bus) go entirely to the I i d ~; The American resolution issue, incti | ih" Palestine i unciliation ( omraission t.> trj to solve tin rel roblem on tinbasis of Paragraph Eleven ol the General Assembly's 19-18 resolution, passed bj the thumping vote ol 8." to l—with 12 abstentions The -.>;, %  negative e was cast by Israel The substantive part of tin prediction turned out to he too sadlj true —nothing ha been changed. The U.S.A., throimho'it the long debate on tiie refugee problem, played footsie with the Arab Stales When it first presented its verj weak re-ohitioii. it did so after consulting Ihe Arabs; Israel was noi consulted it wa a finished product, while the United States had negol %  • %  i with the Aral.-. Later, the u.S.A lov n its own weak draft Again it had with the Arabs—bul presented lwith a in! accompli The I S.A. c ed to tl Vrabs a | which thi A idei verj imp irl int, tj its revised resolution—the on.passed to an in terpt eta turn ol a 1948 resolution which, in the eyes ol 'he Arab-, and now m the eyes ol Wi i the Arab refugees the "right" ol going back to Israel or compensation bj iThat's nut thi waj Israel reads the 1948 nient; but now the I S A ha.aer< ed W Ih tl Arabf tint that'.the way it should he ; Has the U.S. maneuver changed anytl No! ..ii iota. Israel will still not admit a Arab refugee whose pres nee in Israel il find a n.-k to ihe country's security, Israel inol weeping over tin"success" bj the U.S.A To quote Cold Meir, Israel's Foreign v. "It i no li.-iia b'A\ lor ::Whal the ISA haaccomplished ithe scuttling of the move Washington itself had begun for "quiet talks" with high-level Israeli an! N leaders in an effort to seek a solutii a la the refugee problem Sefwepfi You and Me: Bv BORIS SMOLAR Chanuka Problems Intensify as Season Nears tyiTH THE U.S. Supreme Court d • %  clsion banning prayer and Bib -ading in schools, the observance ( hanuka and Christmas in public scho its year assumed a new turn. 1 auticipated that some teachers wi 'tempt to "compensate" in Chanul nd Christmas programs for what h; -een banned explicitly in the daily scho .outine. This year Chanuka and Christ Tias do not coincide, and this brings <..... uture into icus the differences in the observances. Some Jewish arents who have pressed in previous years for the ln'reduction of joint Christmas-Chanuka programs in the rhools will not be able to do so this year because v hanuka ends a full v eek before Christmas Day. Bul what about separate Chanuka program! in the classrooms? What if a well-meaning teacher asks fulsome "good material" on Chanuka or the personal assistance of a parent in developing a Chanuka program ? Jewish organizat.ons advise that the teacher should be told that Jews are opposed to any religious celebrations in public schools, whether Jewish or Christian The elimination of Chanuka programs from the public schools this year is all the more important, it it .s to be followed by the elimination of Christian programs a week later. On the other hand, some of the major Jewish organizations urge consideration of the fact that the Christmas observance has been a deeply imbedded tradition in the public schools for many years. They believe that K would be unrealistic to expect elimination Ol the observance from the school program. in a world he never made and which he is constantly trying to remake. So m "Black is My Favorite Color." Nathan's honest overtures of love toward Negroes are misunderstood and rebutted. In "The Death of Me." Marcus the tailor, trying to keep peace between his two vicious Gentile workers, is killed in the force ol their fury The bumbling artist. Arthur Kidelman, who appeared first in the earlier book, is the comic lover and ridiculous toiler of painting thieves in two of these stories. One of the most talked-about tales is "The Jcwbird," in which a herring-eating, davening bird n .me Schwartz, a blackbird, of course, swoops into Harry Cohen's East Side apartment and takes up residence; he is running, he says. Irom "antiSemeets also including eagles, vultures, and hawks. And once in a while some crows will take yOUT eyes out Cohen dislikes him instantly, but the bird refuses to leave, helping Cohen's son with his lessons and violin. Finally Cohen can't stand it any longer and throws Schwartz furiously out into the -now one day in the spring the boy liniis him dead near the river, both bird-eyei plucked el. an. "Who did it to you, Mr. Schwartz'" the boj \ ii s.iiiei %  :-." his mother says later. II is more than a vignette ol Jewish self-hatred touchiness; the ironies, beautiful and apparent, rk themselvei back and lorth like splinters under the skm. \ i:. i .i ol lai tasj and j real iiy. il i-. like nosl ol Mai..mud. frighteningl) found laugh and laugh until you cry. 0'f the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN intermarriage Interest IF THE UNBELIEVABLE outpouring ol letters from reader! on the heels Ol II. > recent column 00 intermal n.:.'< is a 11 e index, there can be bul o conclusion thai the problem of inter marriage is holding the concern of our pie in the communities throughout the country more than any other .level opmenl on the American Jewish seen Never in the more than two dec>a...-_ thai I have been writing lor the English-Jewish press has there been such an avalanche of reader reaction. The rat.of intermarriage—Judging from the letters— si seemingly reached a point where there are few Jew. ish families thai have not been stricken by the malady. W( hrve written in to say that they had given Heir children a | Jewish upbringing but that it would seem education ; ,s no antidote to intermarriage. Men admitted guilt in neglecting the religious -needs of their children, but they wenalmost uniformly of the opinion that their wives had done a good job in raising their children Jewishly. within a measure of tradition and a climate of ritual. i However bo,h ,h <" women and the men sadlv concluded that the outside climate seemingly corroded the .lwish element in their children once thev were exposed to another climate-in the colleges, universities, pro."s-ional schools, businesses and offices, Uniformly the letter writers complained "we seem to lose control over our children once they leave home." The letters from young people, mostly college students were less hysterical. Most of them said they could m.r i„. m the SUdde traKic """" of their parents over intermarriage when "in fact they showed no sue* concern ,n the formative years of our growing into man? nood and womanhood."



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%  "Page 2-C +JtUtnrridftr New Conference Re Dm Will Make Very Welcome Addition ti> Cedars' Needs The teai i Lebanon Hospital will get a boo-t through the use of elecin the ultra-mo ern Aunce Room • ted %  vi ral *eeks ago in the : Standing at a speakers' lectern • I nd of the hall, to if the projection screen, the lecturer can ill control the lighting in the entire room with the flick of a rheostat knob; (2) control the sound track on the lilm being projected; (3) raise and lower the screen by electronic switch; (4) and develop "hard" or "soft" lighting in the Conference Room by manipulation of the electrical "Dimmer Board'* incorporated into the lectern base. Accoustically perfect, so that normal conversational tones carry easily from one end of the room to the other, there are alo sound-absorbent ceiling panels and heavy nylon floor-coverings to keep extraneous niises at a minimum. I)< igned for lecture classes, meetings of the hospital board, trustees and medical staff, the Conference Room can be approached from the inside hall on the second tloor. and also from the doctors' private parkins area, ju-t west of th.building This i :o re^ch "om quickl) by a pi .i few steps iron ars. The Conference Roi ra is by appr ximately 30 ft. wide, contains some 1.500 sq. ft. (;t workspace. It ..iJO I P> : sons easily. Walls an with dark walnut paneling and are devoid of any decorations with the exception of the Presidents' Hall of Honor. This is an area set aside as a gallery for display of natural color portrait enlargements of the hospital's presidents. These have been executed by Cecil Holloway. noted artist-photographer, and include likenesses of Dr Morton Halpern. Harold Landfield, Stanley C. Myers, Samuel Sapiro and Harry L. Lewis, The trustees' table is U-shaped and was designed by cu-tom furniture craftsman Maurice Pavlow. Thirty-four trustees' chairs in contemporary Italian styling each bear a gold anodyzed name plate of tin trustee who occupies the seat at meetings. Completely air-condiloncd and up-to-date in every respect, the long-needed Conference Room will be a welcome additon to the teaching program at the hospital. VIEW OF THE CONFERENCE ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR. Automation Moves into Laboratory; Possibility of Human Error Eliminated Automation has moved into Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Laboratory. Not so long ago, laboratories were populated bj men and women in white smocks, measuring fluids in test tubes, holding them to the light and Judging them on the basis of ap pearancc color, odor, or consistency. The white-smocked people are still there. But they've been augmei te b) devices which usually bear the prefix auto" iuti anaiyu r, Autotechnii or other multi yliable titles like Clol timer and Flui riume I %  dai "I Lebanon Ho?| pan ii d laborator). just th" latest • Survey Slows Hospital Fees Low for Miami's City Size A patient occupying a two-bed room in a Miami hospital pays than in most large cities, a nationwide survej reveals. Onlj thrt c out of 20 top n politar. areas average lower than the SI".70 a day here. ,*.r American Hospital Association survey pesl charge is in Cleveith San Francisco ; %  close second at 129 Charging than Miami were Houston. $1; 10; Dalli $16 %  ; I; and New 1 316 30. pitals aver ago, $23.20. Avera e lervice el for a semi>m in the State of Florida is $16.70—brought down by the non-metropolitan area average of $15.30. Some cities average more than Miami — Tampa-St. Petersburg, S18.40. and West Palm B $18.70 Some are lower—Ft. Lauderdale • Hollyv nod, S17.30; Jack nville, S15.60; Orlando. S16.30; and Pi $1 i go The survey found that the age dailj sen ice char [e :<.r hospital bedincreased |l last yei r, from 118.40 to $19.40, over 1981. A wide es indicated, from $10.80 in rural pi to $29 m thi Francisco-Oakland an The AHA said the difference ithe resull of labor costs, complexity of service and items inclu led in the Daily service charge Includes board and room, routine nursing and medical supplies, but not Operating Room, X Hay. laboratory and special drugs and sup plies. Technician mckes rapid chemical cnalyso'3 ln newly-automated laboratory. The laboratory the sen (enter 01 the hospital chemical analyses ii nts' bod} fluids di pi 1 I m ,ic of th physician: sul sequent treatn As a result, everj patienl \ admission lo Cedars sets a lire laborator) whal thai tamplii for Under cer ad itional tesl attei lii phj -. lion. Ri .1 ard made, Ihe Woo abnormality and 1 : ... .. Iiifererl pr e ed in nrii •in tin-.daj n ine as mu< h • %  bod) i hemisti) as '*" reek or tei a • '" ago," sal 1 Dr D 1 edars' ehi) 1 pa h the lab h instruments anal)-zer Fpeed up This device t sti II %  ke 1 hi ui USI 1! 10 'I In' bloi d sampli ..i thn 1 I is mixed %  II ime protein-free, 1 r temperatur %  foi %  ui mitted to a photo 1 \' hich determines the The Hodb | are rcc on a chart.



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jy.day, December 13, 1963 National Council of Jewish Women To Launch Community Action School Page 7-B *' %  && \\ %  nr K hi: MUS. NAItV ADEIMAN Damask Brocade For Miss Dreyer The formei Barbara Drty*r be bride Of Harry Adelman %  ir .|. lV No\ 30, at the Du 11, tel with Rabbi Al iVaxman officiating. The ceremonj was followed • ,1 hour and dinner in I mi their return from I trip to Jamaica, the ., in Miami. hei -i-ier. Mrs • : the bride wore a : damask brocade trimmed the waiat and a I he three tiered lllu :, || from a flower of ; arls and she carried rloom prayerbook eo\ itu .mil %  cascade oi vhite on lids. • Mi and MrMor IIP SW 3l8( SI neu Mi tdelman graduated itl %  • Miami High •;. Dental Research %  aduated fr o m School in Philadelphia. h gree in account University of Miami I I Mr and MrRobert .A io s\v fttnd Ct, as I < -t man to the bride Paul MimmeaUshers Nal Dreyer, Michael Ad Sti % %  < Kazlow and Mel Ad Rreatei imi S %  ctior, \. tiofal COUJM^ a -Jewish.V\oaten, will unch a ui iquc : N< ,U\ %  '(•hod iver (he country, the NCJW schools aim to render a service, nol only to the Council women who wanl to keep their education up to date, but to social progress n tionally." Earlier studies on out-of-school, out-of-work youth, conducted naionall) bj the 70-year-old edueati nal and service organization.! revealed that as many as 50 percent ol the students in some cit-. es drop out of high -chool before graduation and are unable to find I employment. Mrs, Aaron Farr idirector of the Greater Miami Section NCJW. School for Community Action with faculty members Mesdames Maurice Serotta. Sidney Lewis. Marvin Zank. Jean C. Lehman. Sidney Schwartz and Larry Hoffman. Spectt MISS MARTHA KENT B'nai Raphael Lunch Following the 11 a.m. Sunday and Hebre.v School assembly at Congregation B'nai Raphael, a Chanuka lunch party will be held for students. Kent, 5pector Eye Jirne Rites Mis Martha PafBa Kent and .. H y spe< tor are planB jui • dding Announce• ,;( %  t of their betrothal is made the i nure bride's parents, Mr; Alice Mark Kent, 1814 hee In I conuf Grovi and I p Ki nl 2940 SW 25th Ter. The prospective bridegroom is son ol Mr and Mrs. Louis 9 Sunrise Ter.. who will fete thi couple at their tradial Nl YearEve party The bride-elect is a speech ther. < j major at the University of Florida. Hei fiance, a senior at rgi, r ,h. will do graduate work ther after receiving hidegree in civil engineering. Aid to Israel Card Party Here Aid to Israel card party on Sunday will be sponsored by North Shore Post and Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans of the I'ni' ted States. The annual fund raising affair is called lor 1 p.m.. and will be held in the Moose Hall. I 1608 Alton Rd. ladassah Member Drive ih men bership drive will noon in the Room ol the Deauville TET1EY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, there's Yon To* spirit la this fine tea.. ."• voe crushed" for fullest strength and stimw tatioo... richer caste and pleas> art with your fleithigs sad ailchigt cod bet wee* seal scimhment... % GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONES uuu ^ (just as they always have] 7£$^X*$£> !" your'ta'bie. One deNcious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. ^__^ good dajry ou from TttfiedKothtr sndar $tru4 Rabbinical SufxnUm.



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age I4-A Page 14-C >. Ipw # <#? ntrSdlkir Friday, December 13. 1963 Robinson Given Bond Award During coffee break in the offices of El Al Isales manager oi El Al, Mrs. Milan S in, ] hn Sei and Dr. J. A. They are members of the Special Gifts Committee o! United Turd [< h. Not shown are Sam '. aid Lee I Exchange Program With Latin Students Features 'Ambassador's' Adventure for American Youth Exchange, a non ofil student exchange organiza• in i ; oughout the Americas, with base of operation in Miami, is currently seeking more homes, particularly in the northern part of Mi. : -in iin i Miami Beach. 83 hOSts to students from Latin America. The organization features a re. procal exchange program for atui ents ol high school agi According to Mrs. Lewis Bookhultz president, of 14215 So. Biscayne River Dr., students must be mature and adaptable "since they will be acting as unofficial ambassadors of good-will" to the Latin American country they are visiting. I'hi' i xch •'• program is now gointo Its fourth year oi operation, and icompletely interfaith The pro ;ram v orks this w aj Students from the r. S, go to • hool in Latin American coun• j their summer vacawhich is the winter season of a ind his parents. When host i during the ter, which is the Latin Ami \ i on. thus r ited with P< i lombia, Chili Argentina, Uraguay Brazil The program was launched in Miami at the Bonk hultz home. Latin Students will be arriving here for their exchange session in January. Interested parents who will serve as hosts may then send Iheir children ;o Latin countries next summer. If this arrangement is inconvenient, they may send their children in the winter of 1964 and then receive in the summer of 1964 Parents v. ho have acted as hosts thus far include Mr and Mrs, liar eld Abbott. 7480 SW 130th St and son, Myles; Mr and Mrs .lack Kane. 8300 SW 115th Ter.. and son Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. William Weitzman, 10860 SW 67th Ct.. and son .lack; Mi and Mrs, Jules Free man. lCGnu SW 71sl Ave., an I sen Paul Mr. and Mrs. Samui 1 Katzman, • SW 135th Ter. and daughter ma; Mr ai d Mrs Ed Minna!., • '1 Ter.. and daughter Davida; Mi and Mrs, Harold •-'A 7 Ith \\e and Ji fin : Mr and Mrs. Paul Kahan. %  v S9th 1 %  I son, Jonand Mrs Ii win Blocker, .'. 74th Ave.. and daughter, > ic WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM 6171 SW %  %  \ve an : leline: Mr and Mrs I. 7990 fcW 12 l h r Eisni i": Di Mr uel Gertman, ?>:, San Seb and daughter, Susan; Mr. and Mrs Norman 'I : Cecilia v and sun. Jeffrey; and Mr and Mrs. Irving Peskoe, 1000 No. Krome Ave. Homestead, and son Daniel By Special Report rd G. Robinson, the distin. tor, r.' 1 :'• e d the Humat %  Award on Sundi: as 1 nni uni ed h> week by Dr. .1 seph .1 s, hwarti vice president oi tin Israel 1 ii 1 anization. The award was presented to tobinson al an Isr B n I dinner, in Washing) >n, D, ( sponsored b> he Trustee of ths Washington Chanter of the Guardians "t Israel. The present ition was made I BUI I Rooaei son o the ite President and Mi • R evelt. Outstanding American leaders 'erved on the committee for the dinner. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas was honorary chairman and members included Adl.ii E. StevenJ ZION CORPORATION OF FLORIDA BERKOWITZ CORONET HOTEL AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC. MR. JACOB COHEN, Honorary Sponsor WEDR-FM 99.1 < i



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Fcge 8-A *Je*irt fhrkMeun Friday, December 13. 1953 UJA Adopts $105 Million Goal for '64 Needs rael to moot the needs of Israel's newcomers "alone and unassist-: lems that were created for the JDC in the summer of 1962 by the sudden influx into France of 100,000 Jews from Algeria. The Other I'JA-aided agencies also presented their 1964 needs. The-e were the New York AssoContinued from Page 1-A the UJA Women's Division. Josi;h Kanter, of Cincinnati, was led." elected chairman of the IJAs charles „ Jordan JDC dlrcc natiOMi Young Leadership Cabitor-general for overseas opera''' 'tions, reported that the Joint DisMoshe Sherett, speaking in his tribution Committee will need a Capacity as the chairman of the minimum of $25,000,000 from UJA elation for New Americans which Jewish Agencv for Israel told the sources to finance its major re ;>' (ls Jewish immigrants arriving delegates thai a total of $75.276.-1 Uef, welfare and rehabilitation Ul the perl of New York, and the 000 will be required as American programs in behalf of 485.000 perUnited IliaService, the worldJewry's share in 1964 to cover the sons in a total of 30 countries, in wide Jewish migration agency. cost of bringing in and resettling eluding 85.000 in Israel. He told Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, another record wave of immi'he delegates that, "as we stand executive vice chairman of the BrantS, and of absorbing the thouon the threshold of 1964 Jewish United Jewish Appeal, told the -. :ids of immigrants who have relief and resettlement needs are delegates that, "freedom for Jews poured into Israel in the last three greater than at any time since the in many parts oi the world todaj tions, called for a continuation and strengthening of the partnership between the Jews of America will continue with their the work of rescue, resettlement and absorption. "The Jews of Israel will continue to do their part as I know the Jews of America will continoe with their part of our joint, historic responsibility. Knowing that, I feel certain together we can meet any crisis and any emergency in the future," he said. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, pn of Brandeis I niver-e to the delegates for continued hetn to Israel's people in receiving UM resettling oppressed and rnipuv" erished Jewish immigrants. n e underscored, the importance of "timing and timeliness m help ing Israel's people, -A few pre ( KUIS opportunities remain, for salvage and rescue." he said. Tiio tandem of American generosity and Israeli courage, rightly tim ed. can work miracles Next yea or the year after, ten times the effort may be fruitless because the historic moment may havi missed and lost forever 31. rs, al< n addil etl sain, the ish \ < %  > will have to find re millions dt dollars for these rposes in fund-raising cam%  ducted by Jews in other countries In a plea to erican Jcwrj to mobilize their >n on behalf of the I \ in 1963 Mr Sharetl stressed inab •; of the people of I. post-war period." The Joint Distribution Committee, Jordan declared, is faced with "the responsibility of carrying a backlog of thousands of recent migrants who are not yet firmly resettled in France, as well as maintaining ongoing medical assistance and rehabilitation programs in Israel." He particularly stressed the probPerlmutter Due At Beth Shirah Nathan Perlmutter. director of the Florida Office of Israel, the Anti-Defamation League Of B'nai B'rith will be guest speaker Friday evening at Temple Beth Shirah He will be introduced by Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader. Perlmutter was one of ten national ADL leaders recently invited by the Bonn Government on a can only be achieve.I by helping them in migrate from pi ices where the) are physically or spin lually oppressed to places where the) can live under complete lib erty." He set forth a three-point program, as the "heart and philosophy" of (he 11 As '.'."> years ol relief and resettlement work. "The UJA." he said, 'has three basic aims: First, to assure the physical survival ol any Jew in the world threatened by oppression or need. Second, to assure spiritual liberty and freedom for Jews wh do not possess it, primarily, through migration. Third, to support the growth Ol tree Jewi-h comnniin executive ties, particularly in the State ol and thereby insure that Jews may continue to remain free." Israel Ambassador to the United States. Avraham Harman, addressing Hi" delegates at a dinner Saturday night, called upon the Jews in this country to increase their efforts to speed the process of Jewish rehabilitation throughout the world "The 18 years since the end ol RICHAKD ABU AZA Elects Abel President Hichard Abel, son of Dr. and Mrs Bernard Abel, of Coral Ci.ibles, was elected president of the Coral Gables AZA at the chap ter's fifth meeting le is a senior at Coral Gables l : gh, president of the Florida Sub-Region of National Federation 01 Temple Youth, and an active member of Temple Beth Am Posts' nformation and Youth Groups. 'Hher newl) elected officers are Vice president. Seymour Rosen; treasurer. ludd Marcus; recording secretary, Jack Weitzman; Ci Responding secretary. Larry Simon; pledge master, Victor F slier: serjeants-at-arms. Richard RacMin and Herbert Schwartz. Sponsor is George Bernstein. our of the Federal Republic of Wor i d War „ nave M ,,, M s(rikln West Germany to study democratprogress towards Jewish rehabil. ic institutions there. tation toUow j ng the Nazi period. His articles have appeared in he declared. "The UJA has been "Commentary." "New Leader." a primary source of this rehabili "Nation" and in other publicatation. Its member agencies — tions. the United Israel Appeal and the — ,, .. ., Joint Distribution CommitteeFollowing the address. Mrs. i Paul Safer will bless the Sabbath candles Mr and Mrs. Leo MarL f ^ numb m(m h t'tpt^'ttttstr a re ,oday rpset,kd in ,sraei menorah which they presented to Michael S. Com ay, Israel's the Temple as charter members. Ambassador to the United Nahave helped in the migration of 1.500,000 Jews to lands of freedom For Very Special Occasions... COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! 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December 13, 1963 # fc M /# fkridOictr Page 11-C tann h a^ r^ N?hi m u • %  rMTJS ID: ren of Temple Ner Tamid brinq q.fts for kindergnrte:i in Israel, Left to right are Suan Pearl, Anne MorReenah Samberg. Jeff Morgan. Fiank Woliand, Steve d Michael Goldman. Gift3 are being made availugh the Shp-u Box program. Israel Cavalcade Due Here Dec. 29 iiami District! of the mization >f America • their annual Cavalcade stars al the Miami Bea< h \ on Sunday evening, Usthma Unit Meets Mr< Jerry Reanick conducted [i iness portion <>f the Miami |j Chapter, Asthmatic Chil1, lation, meeting MonI enii al the DILido Hotel n the new home as Israel Friedman. Panelists Are Heard on Beach i i\ ill/oil arc We?" w aa |l • lor the People Speak, IFlorida's year-round Town I Forum, on Friday evening Hi Washington !•'• leral Audi II n 12:11 Washington Ave, Is were Dr Richard I' mm. psychologist; FT Ben It lis, pastor, Canterbury lii Heather C. Moir, Quaker, 11 -i; Thomas Carroll, sociolo Ipi-t. University of Miami Chain R"-i was moderator, Dec 29 according to Gil Rappa port, executive director Bach year the ZOA brings to Greater Miami for a one-eveningonly pi rtor r ce the most outstanding c.tertainers "I Israel. This year, ihe cavalcade will be headed by one oi the leading singers of Israel, Also to ho featured ione "i Israel's finest violinists in a program of classical music. In addition there will be a top American comedian as master of ceremonies. Proceeds are earmarked for Ihe South Florida Zionist Youth Commission sponsored bj the ZOA and HadassiU. Part ol ihe proceeds have been ear marked for scholarships to Camp Judaea, which the Zionist youth movement maintains in Hendersonville. N. C UF Campaign Ending Dec. 12 The 1983 I niled Fund campaign was official!) to come to a close Ihursday, Dee. 12, The final din ner meeting was to be held at 6:30 p m at tne Everglades Hotel, where campaign volunteers were to turn in laal reports, cam ign chairman. General K. A Evans, wa sto preside over the meeting assisted by Miss Torch, Gladys Washington and her court of be luties. The 1961 campaign goal is S3,'."3 838, which will go to support -.0 Dade health, welfare and character building agencies. lie thanked all Dade residents who supporle i United Fund and the thousands of volunteer workers who helped the campaign. The final dinner meeting 1COsponsored by the Miami Herald and Eastern Airlines Both companies will absorb a major portion -1Eat h person attending pays one d illar. United Ferd does not use contributions to defrav luncheon or dinner expenses. On Dec. 19, the United Fund will hold its final reception and dinner on the cruise ship SS Jerusalem at its Miami c'ocksite. Awards w II be presented to t<) tinted Fund campaign leadership and to newmedia representatives ZIM Dr.iel Navigation Co.. Ltd.. are lending the use of the ship for one niehl and hosting the reception and dinner AVERAGE SIZE ROOF PRESSURE CLEANED NOW $14.95 UP TO 1000 Sq. 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.-3C3( Page 6-A +Jfiwlst> fUridfirnri Friday, December ') 1963 Plot Climate By MAX LERNER British Attack Firms Bow to Boycott] Paris. With the FBI incarirj an,' with thwise choice of a Presidenil commission "' inquiry headed by Chief Justice Warren, perhaps the anaateui Investigator) irto the Kennedy assassination will now lake a much needed rest. When the Wow was first struck the sense i ; horrified complicity oi the whole American culture in the killing had an element of purgative health in it So did the recognition ol an inner violence in American society. Both of them helped in the necessar) self-examination of the American conscience. But both have been unduly protracted and both have served their purpose an.i had thcr day. The form thai this sense ol American Will has taken In much i : the foreign press has been the insistence on a right-wing-cumpolice plot behind Oswald and Jack Ruby. In that form it became distorted, distorting and obsessive during the week after the shooting. in one fact there cm be little doubt—thai of the loose, free eeling, even chaotic behavior ol the Dallas police officials and local prosecutors. Their oval and bumptious frontier ways were French and British reporters accustomed to a greater i jmtj .:: law officials. The shock was reinforced by the TV screen, Oswald publiclj exposed to pros inquiries before h:~ indictment, and later by !'•;< TV ... death. Worsi ol all lesswork, tnd contradictions in which i %  : %  Is t by the n porters. • • • It is ore thing to recoil from this stance of Texas still caught frontier ad rice It is quiti r to make it th" base of an ( • | by hypothesis, at bi it conji iral, niton the 16 '•> hich has %  ted not only to audiences in Russia n Europe, but in France and Italy and even a.far a.India v of the reporters started with an unyielding disbelief that ime uld We beer committed by a leftest-oriented man who — had been a defector to the Soviet L'nion and had tried to identify — himself—genuinely or not—with the Castro cause. They could not that it could be the work of such a man. even of a confused politically vacillating one who was clearly a problem lor the ps; i hiatrists Then came the shooting of Oswald by Ruby, who had somehow %  gad to gel through police lines to do it. For those who saw in in what they were looking for, this clinched it. Ruby. a> the) saw it. Uad killed Oswald to seal Ins lips; Oswald, if he had done the killat all, was only a minor link in a farthing network: he was the 'ool %  Ruby, who in turn was the tool of the Dallas police, and the police in turn were in league with a malevolent Fascist and right— nization who had chosen Hitler and Goebbels-wise, to stage their own Reichstag fire by using their own Oswald-Van de Lubbe 1 :1' • • • I don't say that this is wholly excluded from possibility. Any'•' %  ;i ,lt m the kind of twilight world in which political killllj when the stakes are as high as in the assassins%  '' 1 P Went ol the world's greatest power. Which of us e mind this possibility didn't at some point enI many other possibilities as weir: Maybe Oswald Was part ol a SOT et or Cuban underground; maybe, after coming back from K lll,n he became a double agent working for the Com munists and anti-Communists; maybe, alter defecting to the Soviet Li on. he defected to the mob around General Walker who once reNt ,he Vmerican Hag when Texas apologized to Adlai Stevenson. I ssibilities are numberless. That is why the Justice Department refused to close '.he inquiry and sent thousands of FBI men rT -•" Orleans. That is why a Presidential commission sen, which :an be even more objective than the FBI is no longer a province for the army of native and for%  who have launched the greatest amateur James i Ui B and who are feeding the rapidly changfrom their fantasy world to millions of eager read-' hostilities and fears about America are being con • • • • is Nate the plot climax, from which these unsupported fan• d v. can afford to wan and see what n Neither the Attornej General (the victims ideot Join son. nor Chief Justice Warren is •i racy It is .l.-o tisw tk American people eased up on their self" cans are violent but no more violent (as history *" h Italians. Germans. Russians. Italians Cubans' problem is not only that of the inner violence of all modern societies. II is that ot the fragility and thoughtlessness of the social str rture which fail, to protect itself against the violence of wayward man. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTMK LOCATION fOK YOU* CONVtNllNCl COULTON BROS. "AKT" "MAUBY" %  "MAT" YOUR TIXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. Continued from Page 1-A liament who is also president of the Board %  t Deputies oi British Jew Sir Barnett asked the Prime Minister to tell tine House what action is being taken by the Government to prevent Arabs from coercirj company officers or employees ot tirms naving cor.nectiors with Israel. The question has been passed on to the Foreign Minister. other members oi Parliament— Laborites and Liberals—have asked the Government to explain its position on the Arab boycott against British firms trading with Israel or having Jews among their senior personnel London insurance brokers have similarly called on the Government to make its position clear on the issue, and the Trades Advisory Council has -. heduled a special meeting on the question at the request of Individual members, some of whom thej will no longer handle Nor.' ich L'nion business. M st British newspapers i plaj up the repei • dons foil i. .: Li rd Mi resignation, with manj of them ilishii e litorials calling tor Government action, lie clai lhal the linking ol the i isues of racialism and blackmail" was %  most perturbing," the Daily Mail urged that the "whole Government attitu. e to the boycott -h iuld be reexamine I." Meanwhile, there were mountI reports ol actions being taken against Norwich l'nion by many business enterprises, Jewish .is well as non-Jewish. A spokesman lor Norwich l'nion denied reports that the firm is losing u LVMIO.OOO 15 800,000) worth of business due to the Mancroft resig nation He conceded, however, that "some large Jewish enterprises have warned that they Beth Am Will Hear Address Beth Am Brotherh I breakfast on Sunday morning, D< 10 a.m., will feature an address by Count Claes-Eric de Lew en haupt, executive director ol El Centra. Swedish born officer of the R yal Swedish Navy, Count Lewenhaupl has held various diplomatic posts at Swedish Embassies in Mo-cow and Paris. His topic will be -The Vikings —Hooligans or Heroes—Barbarians or Culture Bearer-." 77 PTARION HEARING AIDS ...." 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The Board of Deputies cf British Jews has demanded that the insurance firm reinstate Lord Mancroft in his position. While it seemed doubtful that the financier would accept reinstatement even if it were offered to him, it was saii that the company couid make amend' by declaring publicly that it has now rejected the Arab boycott. Amid growing prospects ol wide spread indignation here over the Arab "blackmail" attempts. Arab I ii. La sailors here madi bined approach to the I ,,.'] lice over the Mancrofl •:: ii r rn j .; (brer -member oeputatl ii" to DISCI with Koii,. %  v R A Butler, su ing was highly unlikel; with Mr Butter icheduli ,i leave for Germany. The I envoys arc expected to • I their ease to some < • f Oovernmen; official. 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T'iday. December 13, 1963 -Jewish fk *M) Page 7-C JJrxettaitu Pclitical Future for Latin Jews Today By RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FP Correlation Beth Cl Majoi South American ciiiaa tii,.; i i %  i I.\. uta I baciude Maracaibc an I Carac s in Vwie „. and B i "|J In Colo nbti The Ian can beal I): 1 described ;... plac (s oi extreme coairas 1 have seen enormoui 'ea th and I > 1 Lib %  '! < I ows \,.: Tever I we.it. i uiove along ., itreel which was I ned wath t-xo.( I low ers, and w li le i si • I ,i ,. red light, .i tti > hand be o igins to a boj of a! oul hi : i -i ihioagh rnj ,• r. indo\ accompanied !>> an ;i,> i L>aJ lor pan" on ad 1 rode up Ihe "Teleferico" — a most in-' nous I'n [sneering i t>-. Ii\ which ii cable car ascends the top of Mi Avila, iverai ttioua > .!!•>! feel above tea level, over looking the city ol Cara< a.id ^i the same time pasaed o.u .i i area ol thousands of shacks in which the peasants live without c ctrh itj ;>l imbing, and oi ler modern con*. eni nee-, it i> this contrast which is responsible lor the unrest ami marII la • pe "i atmosphere o e | r\ c rj V hire \1> First M< upon landing at %  %  a.i port ii' Maracail o was %  o guards with mach'negun in ii"i .i [riendlj welcome i later disci veil at ii %  %  airport was d>namited %  daj earl'er, and terrorists inj v a 1 u a bli plai brought in • in this setting thai the I %  a.id work and pia %  %  and their lutui es A SaLbath Meal : • o personal exampl I : da\ night It .i> Sabl ..ih meal which I .. 'si nl Rabbi and Mis < ak ol Caracas, that I heard iun led like firecrackers \i> host informed me II A.irifle-fire He quickly • %  I m> surprise by telling i this is a frequent occurrence that one almost stops hearthis alter ,i while He told .i next door neighbor who i there Irom the States, -:• It lid i ,. pj J wills, loured e\ rral S i> ( li n conn ii i 1 / r I M S %  I i n t the td ICllll I i I i and who happened one day to hear some commotion outsidi IKwenl out to th" terrace lo see what had happened, when in un nre from the street shattered hiwindows, and quick\\ dr ve him a 'd his curiosity i ,II ;, into the house II. i m^ to %  _,'i a c os %  up %  lew I som %  rioting. Wit i th s explanation, we i tinu -' singing Z mirol the • onal tons > %  pr tise, thankr the Sal i> iln pt .. i 1 had another sample ol this while taking mm ing picl ires ol • ., Pr dent's Pa ace in Carat j> With a manned tank outside the palace, and scores ol soldiers w.th machineguns lining the Burrow ding gate, I litteo mj camera to shoot the palace with u> fascinating surroundings. A guard quick!} came over and ea • oi ted me into the palace, where Uiej took me up an elevator to i he fourth floor i h > ha i me Ha i in one ol the i .'mis wmle they examined my papers and took in-, camera into a n othe r room. They returned about an hour later and gave me back Ihe camera and said to me. "Libre" "ll-" — which is a beautiful word In any language. A lew I) OCKS from the palace. I opened the camera and found that my I Im had bean confiscated, Eya on the Future These turbulent winds have tontriouted to the strong sense of insecurity which the Jewish communitj feels, While the Jews .n these communities are loyal %  './'iiwho enjoy living there, many have been making provisions for any eventuality, such as iranslering funds and buying homes and making business Investments in other countries. The mam attraction in this regard is the United States, and Florida even more specifically, with similarity in climate and geographic proxmity as added incentives. There is little racial or religious discrimination to speak of, which has added to the Jewish community's desire to remain there. Their financial conditon in most eases is extremely good. Many have built up prosperous enterprises and enjoy a high rung m the economic ladder of business and profession. The major problem remains the uncertainty of the political structure A great number of Jews In South America have witnessed the perils of Nazism and Communism, and their most .sen sitive emotional nerve is instinctively affected by rumbles and revolts Indeed the material luxuries which they pursue and en joy have not gilded or insulated them from the elements of changing political philosophies. Price of Peace One man I spoke with, who owns a prosperous business establishment, told me thai he would be prepared to give up all his possessions if this would be the price lor peace of mind and political security Listening to him tell of the struggles and hardships which he and his wife had to endure under Nazi rule, it is not difficult to understand. His palatial villa, Ihe likes of which few ol uhave ever seen in our own rich country, bungs him little pU.: ure as long as it mi;-: be .rtounded bj a fifteen-fool high ci ncn te w all topped of! bj imbedded jaggered glass and barbell wire protection necessary to protect him irom looting and plunder. The religious loyalties of the Jewish community seem to gra> Itate to extremes. I have spoken lo some who have all hut severed Temple Beth Sholom Religious School children participated in a national Chanuka gift program by taking part in a Ship-a-Box drive for the children of Israel. Gifts were collected in classrooms on Sunday, Dec. 1, and Sunday, Dec 8. Shown preparing for participation in the prograrn are Uett to right) Gary Brant, Bari Berkman. Marc Brumer, Rita Coldman, Beth Wilson, and Preston Dortch. Sponsors are the iNational Council of Jewish Women, Bureau of Jewish Lduca*tion. and Jewish schools throughout the Greater Miami area. Mrs. Jason Berkman is chairman for the Temple Beth Sholom collection. their ties to the Jewish faith. On the other hand. 1 attended the synagogue service ol a strict Sabbath-observing group that worship in a second-story converted apartment. I prayed there with men, wearing "gartels"—(Chassidic garbi, "payoa" .traditional sideburns), chanting and dancing with the fervent piety ol the Chassidic seel Spiritual Icauer ot this group :s Rabbi Shmariah Karelitz, a learned scholar with a lull, d'S lingu:shed-looking beard. The rabbi was brought there re e itij to teach a handlul of children of tl.uly member families. It was here that 1 joined with the other men lo bless the new moon in the traditional manner I also had a most interesting visit at the home of I'incus Gabel, the president of the congregation. NEXT WEEK: Extreme Piety and Poverty. PETER HELLER Democratic Club Elects Heller Peter F. Heller, public relations counselor, was unanimously elected president of the Biscayne Democratic Club at the club's annual meeting in the Shelborne Hotel last week Heller is a graduate of City College of New York and St. Johns University Law School. He was an official in the State of New York before coining to Miami Beach 22 years ago. He is active in the Elks. Moose, Ci\ic League, the Jewish National Fund, and many charitable groups. Others elected were Hyman Lieberman, firsl vice president; Sam Aines. second vice president, Ruth Schwartzberg, recording secretary; Max Reich, corresponding secretary; David Hubsch. financial secretary; Joseph Rieger. treasurer; Ben Resnikoff, sergeant-at-arnis; Dianne Affachiner. Gabrielle Nash. Gertrude Scott, and Ceil Gelman. members of the Board of Directors. USY Party Saturday United Synagogue Youth of Temple Tifereth Jacob will sponsor a Chanuka party on Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the Temple. 951 Fla mingo Way. Hialeah. Teen-agers Irom 13 to 18 are welcome. I Yeshiva Students Abjure Oath JERUSALEM—(JTAi The 101 eshiva students on trial for treslassing during a demonstration wo months ago against the St. Josph's Convent School here, delined to take an oath this week n accordance with the practice of Israeli courts in allowing persons o testify without an oath if doing .o is contrary to their religious %  onvictions Defense attorney Shmuel Tamir said that dree of the youtns would! take the stand and exercise their right to make statements without' cross-examination by the prosecu• ion. The trial resumed this week, after a recess of several weeks due; to the illness of the Chief Magis-j trate. 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^ ridoy. December 13, 1963 +Jmist> nvridfan Paqell-.l lans Move Ahead lor T Fac lities Three tmlSlftant rommirtres .. j ol leaden of the Great i leuish KederaMnn and ( the v>i YWMA <>f Greater have been formed to conthe program to plan and ]1|M three new urgently-needed %  ommamu tenter lacilitics scrvgoutkwest. Miami Beach, North I'ounty areas. propo-I'd plans envisage the I ihl\ on a site in the South ctton ol Dade County. The southwest i.uiiity will repreaenl be first phase of the building proinn, later to include plans for 1C „ physical plants in the North ;ounty and Miami Ranch arena. In a rtport by the Joint Study Committee of the "Y" and Federation under the chairmanship of Harold Thurmen, it was pointed out that the "Y" provides a means for all in the Jewj,h community "to identify with the community and serves as one of the offices of the organiied Jewish community, especially in the suburban areas. N • Ways and Means i been appointed an as chairman and President A. Budd Marshall Harris. Leon Sam Levenson, Joseph Lubj Jr., Herschel lieorge A. Simon, John Serbin, Stan i ( arl \\-inkle. imittee, to review tcs ui other possible -iof Cutler, chaird Brickman, Marshall i m Kaplan, Ke.ier.i%  Sidney Lefcourt, sen, s a m Seitlin. •, Simon, George %  • Sunness. \ lectural subcommittee appointed, "h the mhers: David B. Flee chairman: CM Kovens, Ja u i Weinkle, Stai i i Janis. Esther Group Meets Tuesday Lunchcfm for H.i.'assah Medi il Organization has been called the Esther Croup on Tuesday n I at the Algiers Hotel. .Mrs. Marry Oberst is ehairm l, and will Introduce guest speak, Mrs. Gerald Solz, membersl vne president of the Florida j gion of Hadassnh. Mrs, Hattie Wagner will en' %  tain with vocal selections. President Is Mrs. Hattie Sal Recent meeting ol YM-YWHA and Federation officials maps the campaign for new "V" facilities. Clockwise are Arthur Rosichan, Stanley Spieled, Ehaim Gale, David Fleeman, c h a i r m a n Architectural Sub-Committee, James Albeit and Ernest Janis. Arabs Criticize Pope's Visit tc Israel Israel Will Ask Return Of Visitor LONDON — 1.JTA1 — Pope Pau unprei e ent d ^i-u to the H0I3 Land next month became embroiled this week in the Arab Israi h i i\ alt) The Vatican announced thai the \ i-it would take place from Jan to 6, and thai the Pontifi pn abl) would spend one day in the old cit) ol Jerusalem, held by J' r Nazareth, Israel, Ihe birthplace ol Jesus. There *as r.> indication as to other %  ts ol his itinerar). Arab newspapers declared thai ihe Papal visil to Israel would be considere i by Aral's as "a recognition of aggression" against the Arab c luntries. while Israel officials indicated thai the) had not yet received an) official communication about th< Pope's scheduled visit, they went ahead "h plans for strut secur ,it> precautions, Israel's Embassy in Rome forwarded to Jerusalem the text of the Pop"'s announcement to the closing meeting of the second session of the Ecumenical Council of his planned visit but officials in Jerusalem said that nothing more had been received. They stressed that everything would be done to accord the Pontiff a "warm and proper welcome.'' They denied a report from Rome that an official of the Pope's Secretariat had secret contact* last month with Israeli officials about the visit. MauiCC Fisher. Israel's Am hassador In House, said there v onid not he any difficulties about the visil from the fact thai Ihe Vatican has never recogmz ,.(! Israel dding lhal the Pope's journe) "is ol purely religious rharacti r He added lhat "as tar .is diplomatic contacts are erned, 'he situation is the en the Vatican ,, as | is %  %  een the Val can and Israel. There are no tablished relations bul the prin, ipal pom' is thai the whole event has nothing to do with politics or protocol, There is tree accss to lives. Since the Holy placere the Hoi) I i anj pilgrim.' situated in Israel as weil as m Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff. ol Rome, Jordan, this visit will cot fail to -..:,! that "the spontaneous dehave beneficent effects for p.e-i cision of the Pontiff" to visit the fication among the nations ol the Holy Land "was without doubt Middle East and thus for the peace dictated b) profound religious mohip ".is recognised by the uithoril ies v hen t h e > \ isitor s entry \ isa in Israi i passport Kci in w .is arrested on June 9 hile • • r > Ith a group of Is laeli tourists of the Ukrainian cap ital ol Kharkov He lagged be hind the rest of the group ami jaub to be Speaker i approached lv a civilian who i.r identified himself as a de Martin I Taub will sneak on tective and forced Kogan into %  "Chanuka and Modern Man at a waiting car Nothing had been meeting of Chug Ivri Hebrew heard from him until the Israel speaking group "t North Miami Embassy was notified of his sen Beach on Tuesday at the bpuiI fencing last week. mans, 286 76th St. IT'S A fACT! 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. I Page 12-A %  >Jewisto ncrkfcui Friday. Dece.-r.ber 13. 1%3 Arab Pressure Ousts Lord from Firnf LONDON (JTA) — The Board, of Deputies ol British Jews criticize.! this week the action of the: Norwich Union Insurance Societies: in yiel Lng to Arab boycott presMIIO HI the resignation from its boanl of Lord Mancroft. a lead ing Jewish businessman. The insurance firm admitted in d statement this week that pressure from "Arab interests" had caused the resignation of Lord Mancroft from its London advisory Hoard At the same time the company said in the statement that "racial discrimination has never been practiced" 'and is not practice,!, to ay," by the company. In its statement, the insurance company said that "Arab interPlanning Temple Menorah's USY Weekend to take place during Chanuka, from Dec. 13 to 15, are (lett to right) Barbara Segal and Dick Friedman, co-chairmen of the weekend. Robert Ett, president of Temple Menorah's USY, looks on. Menorah Plans Youth Weekend Chanuka this weekend will be dedicated to the teen-agers of the I'SY at Temple Menorah. Using the theme of Chanuka. the teenagers will experience a full program of religious, cultural and social activities sponsored by the Temple. Beginning on Friday night, they will be serve,1 the Sabbath meal by Sisterhood's Youth Commission. Rabbi Allen Rutchik. regional director of United Syna gogue Youth, will give the inspirational message to the youngsters, following which the entire group will participate m the late evenit service in the Temple's Sanctuary under the direction of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. o Shabbat will feature Israeli danc ing and singing exclusively for teen-agers. On Saturday morning, following the Sabbath services, in which the teen-agers will participate, a Sabbath luncheon will be served in the Temple Social Hall. A ;tudy hour in which the Bible and Ethics of the Fathers will be used as the text is under the direction of Rabbi Abramowitz and principal of the school, Herzi Honor Saturday night dance will be tin Micial highlight of the week end. where a complete program is arrange I for all participants. On Sunday morning, the teen-agers will meet for their regular morning service followed by breaktand incredulity" over the circumstances of the Jewi-li baron's reslgnatl—' <—d weened thai Mie admitted reasons lor the resit ,i,on could make "any eaten or company with which hi neeted a target for theeats 4 I .cotts by the Arab states ,instances show clearly tha; to a .: Jew is -ufficient to nj a 'his kind of ccMTtion PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only JmM Monument It-iWen" Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS SCHEDULED UN Vfll/NGS SUNDAY, DEC. IS, 196J Alt. Sinai Cemetery FRANK NATHANSON, 11:30 i.m RM>. I :.r, r : J; ROSE BERGER ZIKKER. 2 p.m. Rabbi M. i I pad Its PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Me.es Nl 4-0921 y M x em— OADSi lojctvAKs MIAMI M, ACM FLORIDA JIPflMON S-BB24 CAWAIS: a. BLAsacne 'UNIB.L DlRICrOH A Reverend I. Kultler Certified Mohel Ritual Call After 6 Circumcision Wl 7-8326 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Poy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1 85*3 1789 BISCAYNE BLVO FR 4-2710 Tk 4-8 Newest Funeral Chapel on Miami Beach ALAN M. BLANK, INC. THREE GENERATIONS OF DEDICATED SER. AUTHENTIC JEWISH RITES n MODERN FACILITIES EXPERIENCED STAFF p CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE SHIPPING ANYWHERE ORTHODOX a CONSERVATIVE r> REFORM •• w L R ASSOCIATED CHAPELS IN • %  ttsburoh, Pa.-BLANK BROS., INC. Baltimore, RM.-JACK UWIS, INC. 531-3441 531-7121 BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED • CENTRALLY LOCATED 1743 BAY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH YOU GET MORE CALLS • • WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED th!n C H niW r L. y ur ph on in voor ow •"•• Less tuan |5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Pnone JEfferson 8-0721



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1 December 13, 1963 +Je*l$ti fhridtran Page 15-C -m LEGAL NOTICE | NOTICE UNDER LT TIOUS NAME LAW ICJ > ,.v thai li iiw la • S K --I, %  Intend %  with I he I %  imdi I SfflXCn" BY HENRY LEONARD When the M^slTr^ t ws... I •> ] |{ KN N RH i I'HTMAN %  ir,r %  COI I D n rr>.iMTV. .. s PROBATC 6556J B I r'l r D iTORS • ll lAltltl -" '• r\i ni P %  %  %  %  1 i |1 %  %  i i.-.-ir i ii t • %  Vnvi n i" S I % %  %  [E C RCUIT COURT OF THE ItD'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I COUNTY. FLOR'DA. I HANCERV, CASE .o .,;C12'86 nuBl IC' N %  / %  -' ^ „V'r ^ V— LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTV JUOGFS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61366A IX RE B*l ti f .I VSIEH M OtWOi Hi HRA\ ES, JR I., NOTICE TO CREDITORS TH All '' • Itci •"< \ l'< n MHVI i \ >,..,. nntlfli ll and r r.-d I Hal I Hide l hli In. t" tin I i I the Kiimi in.l i i Ida Statu Ihe Count) '• %  • iv, K ill %  Hill I"IMI s %  i %  %  ; 1:1.1 is it) itiN, i so Road IS9 itor • publkal "ii "I J,,,I da> o( Nov. mix i. •• %  r.i.MS Rl'IIIX, ESQ. Ml ney for E> Ml ,n !' %  % %  i. Ha. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C IN RK Eatat. of I:I ISK Si 'SK i N. ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS -,-,, xn ......i.i..r and All '"-' "* % %  „„„ Again*! Sal ,i. m led i l... IMU fl 13 "All this is ridiculous! Just a few pennies each night would be more than enough." COP'. 1963. Oorti PnaWllMl .,, Miami, rMortda. •' %  ': IOSH REPHI N Vw Ad • • \ %  JOSH KBPHCN Vtim % % %  ) fnr Adn %  •i \\ •• >! ., i i Ui uch LEGAL NOTICE I X I %  S r %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |i K IS HEREBY IIIVBN %  %  %  TAL LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW \ B IS HEREIN Hl> i s CAN tIM H '•!' Miami. Kl"i •rllh the I ..lilt ..f IM'I%  ssr.i-i. II K \i\ NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi .TICK IS 11 HI IIVKN thai %  3 0 q D 4 D FLOR Ot ROB*TE • %  %  VMAN I \"' •1 KHOl IIV %  12 • %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'IT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63CU'o46 NOT'CE TO CREOITOI %  IIA K \VtLI E. .1 %  F A IN PROBATE SU1T F oR DIVORCE .0 .1.64.C ,.., HERBERT A WOl£B E.NHO..T7 %  ?%&& t -... I TO CREDITORS \ ^iX. Maryawl 1 ft. flral Vou %  • held tilled tha< %  '•'• %  ; l %  %  I l.ll.l.H i lvrv ha been filed tin.) you, and you an required to %  .. .,..., nqt) of youi Answer or talma amid. Pleading the Complaint on i\ havi ua> i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12773 ,;i;. iROIN \l. I ALISSB, Plaintiff, MAPRlCab l ALISSE, l >. i. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MAIKI'I" I AI.IIK You Maurk-ln -l Ul* •'" 1 "" notified thai B IHII of Complaint r • i ., %  .... • %  are r red to xj-rvi ,,f vour Answer or IMeadlna i H | r plaint on ii" %  \| mui I Zalai %  or Plead i rail to d. -.. K i|< r T %  "'"'" V %  ISH l %  ""' ^ s IKiXE VXD tiRHBRl 11 of mbi r, i:\i \ N in I'acle I'oii !' i:. .' I VXI>. M \NTKI ZA1 VC I 1 %  WARn sTKixn..i.rz %  •£ \ l i. IK. ni I** III %  • %  id< -i in fc tfliiliae "' I time I the 01 I .. >.in\. I M Miami, Ki% %  si • thl* \ %  • mi., r, A.II '. • I \ KTBI Nlli 'l.l /. Al\...nirl\ \ %  %  KIXKKI. I ... utl .\ I .1. II 85.29. I HARtM.nTAXXEX V lornev I • • • ndat | i Florida NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW NciTl''K If HKRKUY r!l> EN ll 1 the und '"' "J %  ;""%  : i IIRI IA I:N-I I IX v • Vltf lluallii HI* Col %  %  %  th. nil's attorni >•, l'"NAl.l' Hi isK r."" 1 S W Th rd Ave„.,. Miami %  '".. Klortda. and file ih, n iKlnal Vnawi r or I'leadliuj In ii" .,, ih, i 'lerk of the < Ircult r„urt on or before tl> 6th da) "f janua >, l64 If you toll Jo do so, l Km) „, i.v default will }e taki ;1K alni you for the relief demanded in HI.. Complaint. I.I'M: A.NH • iRI>BREI> at Miami, Florida, Ihla th day ..r Nuvember, \ I' i'" ; '' B. U. LBATHRRM \N '' • • rircult Court, ld d int.v. Plorlda ,,• I ..111 I Sc .ll I II LAN WAY, i ay Clerk 12 S, l I, 20, 27 Ml COUNTY JUOOF'5 COURT "\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 61370-B I i dl IM M'KBR f I NOTICF BY PUBLICATION NOTICE TO CRED TORS ] i N THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE • md MM tLFVENTH JUDICIAL CmCUIT^OF D.inaiidH Va.ilnal Said FL OR DA IN AND FOR D*DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. my cut in.%  • ''•'• i .. ..> Ii.,• |I,.\N |)\VII> I.I.KI.I.. • lAColl !'• %  "KBR %  I'lali %  mil I luiUtes ul l '.'.!• I'" m lltBXK 'A El K '' : I '• '' r>,-,r SUIT FR D'VORCE |,TI n thi %  m % %  %  i s K %  %  Xi i Y) %  •< your Anawer ur '••" %  Inp t" the Bill of Complaint mi the Plaintiff"! attorney, STONE ASP BITTKIi 2." ^^ KUiRlei SI Miami Florida in.l file th IKlnal An wei i". adlni in Hi. office of the i lerk of the Cln lilt Court •'" or l %  n In* 6th daj of January, IS61 ir you fall ,,, do go. ludgmenl b) defaull will be taken again*! you for the relief demanded in the Illll nf Complaint. Thla notice ahall be puhllahed onc< ,.,„-li week foi four coii-ecutlve week* „i TIIK JEWISH l-i ORIIHAN. DONE AM' OROBREB Hi Miami, Florida, thla Mlh da) ol November, A.D. ll K. B, LEATHERS! \N. Clerk. Ctr.-uH Court, Bade Count). V („, a|) B> C. !' COI'BLANI), Depul y Clerk STONE AND BITTKL It n .".. IS W Flacli r St. 1 Miami, rTorlda Attorney, tor PllnUK it _. ( .. ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V. ni -i: IS HEREBY HIVhN tl %  ,,. K i r |nB to enpaui I unili r the fli title i* name C1PBH REAL ESTATE a, i-..,. Harbor Island*, Miami %  • M Florida, Inti nd tu reKlater M name with th. n*rk of th. i Ii Court "i l*de Count) r loi Ida. BRET iMPBS BBLMA CIPE8 I i\ : 11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH = •-.', JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC TADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. i r J CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63Ci2 r >46 I'AI.I.WA. i: BVLLAVA. NOTICE' Or DI.BLICATION BAI.LAVA, %  f\ XE.iRETTI. N • ll IV h day %  Novi ,, .. R LE \TI1 N %  Count I rlda i v PlerV %  1 St., I %  : I %  of the i It Courl It), l-i .11 l.l: i BALAHAN Ho m ii,-1 I'il \.N. COUBN & ROBERTS i.l. r III I i., 11 -".'. 11/1 X ,. USATHKRMA.N I'lert i orlda l>eput) era BCRNETT ROTH |]0 l.a I' l: ""' ,,. -.... lorlda Attornej for PUlntlfl (| (| NOTICE UNDEh FICTI1 IOUS NAME LAW XI iTICE IS HEREBY tJIVK l K lled .1. %  % %  ,,,,i, th. Mctii i* name IISHKIX, K.l'-S %  linnii.i-i..'i Medical Bid %  ll, clerk jiadi Count) I %  • •'-' ,. K II Ml.-HKIN IVA ... ,.\\ i TA R( IN I. SP VRBER iey fo ner I.'.. I .in.%  •In Road, M iml Be) %  li. Kta ,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADfc COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 12703 CAROLYN 1-EI-: IICTTH, I'l.iiniai. ,11 \i:i.l'!"s FRANCIS BCTTS. fendant. _„.SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO i'il M-.l.KS FRANCIS RCTTH ;,, |>m i 'heal mil S1 %  I %  York V,„, an hereh! notified thai hue been filed i n I you an • %  ,„, 0 ,)„. Complainl on the PtalnjJ"" KI K.NETT U>TH. I %  >•.' I..,, I.IU oln Road, Miami Be*i h, i•••• Ida and n> th. ortalnal Answei % %  ,.,,.,„,„., ,„ ,)„ %  office of 'he Clerk of Ihe Cli It Court oi 3uth day of 1 >" Judgmeitl %  %  en ..-..ui-' yo foi the nliel del, ,i ,,, the Bill "I Complaint. Thl* notice shall >" %  pub ,;,, I, week for foili i onaet itl\. I„ THE JEWISH KI.OBIBI \N IM>NE AND ORHKRBB ill Florida, iln-'-' : \ I %  I|l LBATHERMAN, I Cln H : I %  Coiml S BEN. I m RNBTT ROTH li In Road i .j, i-: i-13-st IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUD'CIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12J75 '. X" 'll V LEE Jl 'il.NSi'N. ... v-. li i||N VVILFARP JOHNSON IVfendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO JHN \\ II.KAKl' l.'HNS.'N i:, ini..in ru k i'••>' n III Blmon, Ni w York y, a \RE HEREBY notified thai Complainl for Divorce ha* been file. aicalnat you, and you are hereby nulled to aerve a copy of your An HWe i i" the Complainl "" the Plflnj,Iff-* attornev. LEST BR ROflERf whose addreas I* Ml N W. nth Btrw Miami, n..ii.l.i. and file the ortoina ,,r your Anawer In the office "i '". Clerk ..i the El. vent It Judicial Cln ul In and foi Bade County, Florida. o> ,. r before the 2Srd das "i Decembi IS6S in default "i whir* the < • %  < %  plaint will be I '%  %  '' '' DATED the _• %  %  111 day of Novcmbe i: r. LBATHERMAN c:. 11, of iln Circuit Court ...,:, By: C r COPELAND Deput) Clerk ll 18-29, I! '"-' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLV FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 63C 12367 Tn Whom It May Concern: Sot is hereby (riven thai the nnnerstaned petltl r, HETTY VIROINI \ HASS HBMBRRE, whoae r.sl.len.•dilren. IlOMti s.u ll Btreel: In th %  it. of Mi. ni. 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HI Fridav. December 13. 1963 A--* % %  < %  ITlrrSHHtr Page 9-C V Al Cited Travel Aaents Metwiizei (left host o! d lectorand scholarship dinner commi ,.e presiden. c! th'South'* only Hebi Merwitser, celebrated the births oi two great-grand both boys, al the meeting. Looking OP. an ling) i Alexoa and lo %  •. h Cc h ; rew Acadei nnual i i the irille Hot the Bureau oi Jew. h Bot I • right arc Rabbi i M Rabbinical A :.. B*ach ph.. st. Hatikve* Chapter To Fotc Members h., c l" en issued to Hatilrv ih Chapti .. men i" tten its an mi h< • hoi rd R w I ics a) Mrs. H n. officer ol the •.( >! an si I fete hon,i nembei wh i and earned donor iheir work in behall ol Mil Worn proj I hi Mitr ichi Wi •• i I \ .a r oi ../•'• intaining Iren's i I I .i g •• nui si lies • and Youth Aliyah founda throughout Israi i \. in fcj ri Israi i' ich, chairman, man) memo* rs ill the group h<> have visited Itel last immer "have in ork iven more enthusias \i:Jack Dai i-. program '. • i. i.. rti ii that .i musical HI: epicting Mizrachi Wom iivitiei M ill in presei I By fpecial Report Th i An has I to El Ai %  ird I semi • which h • : /eij pron u I thi II •.. the :: ; The citation \>:\ vice \ sa ie< r thi im ty's • titled, Let • \ %  %  a five romoti i] camII l i ere n iti r public Ic ul the travel i %  iproduc il bj i nbach, i has bi >onsible for El Al's I !'ie most rtising can • %  • Mi Uoften. general sales manager for the Americas, a< to El Al by the American Society of Tra/cl Agents in o Citv. Gobies ORT Meeting %  ral Gal ; i I 11 "r. held a me< tin > noon .it the h ime oi Mrs. S i So. Al Ones Dr Ho Luncheon Club Resumes Here b i Pishman again .issumi 'iir chairmanship of the r)eada> Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District. The club opened it18th season next Wednesday, 12 15 p.m., ;it th. 1 Waldman Hotel. Featured ker was Mortimer May, of Nashville. 1Ynn and .Miami Beach, twice national president of the Zionist Organization ol AmerBen Giller, president of the Pi .nil District, -aid thai Pishman been ictive as a member of tin' board and past vice president of the organization He is a member ol the board ol the Jew ish National Pund Council oi Greater Miami, as >'il as ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Israel B d CommitU c and I emple Beth Sh ii mi. resident of ZOA, cently returned from his 20th trip to Isi %  i HI on Wi also included a of current events by Dr. Ahranam Wolfson Third Salon For Louis and Auqust Lo is and August v hich al read] has two beaut) salons in Hon announced thi< the third outlet on Tlsl SI Beach Newest of the salons' locations Is at 907 Noi :\ Dr The ilte i tins the two othei I OIIIand Aueusl salons al r ncoln Road Mall and 236 cia, Coral Gables Lous and Augu.-t have becomi well-known throughout the hair fashion field and its owners, Louis Thomas and August Pennel, are guest speakers and demonstrators al conventions across the country, I.a-t year a hair style designed b> Mr. Louis won the Hair l-a-M ion Council award athe "style of the year" at the group's convention in New York Cit) Coral Chapter's Day at Races Wednesday was a day at the race for Coral Chapter of the American Medical Centet of Den ver. The annual fund -raising event included lunch in the clubhouse Mrs, Jules Wetton is president Of the group, and Mrs Irving Ru lnnstein was in charge of reservation-. Talmud Class Monday LeonGoldberger. noted Talmud authority, addressed a regular meeting of the Talmud class at Temple Umanu-El, 1/01 Washing ton Ave.. recently. 86 Proof, Blended Whiske] %  • Spirit irt Ditt Co., Louisville. Ky. 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.



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MRU 36 Number 50 Miami. Florida, Friday, December 13, 1963 Three Sections Price 21: U/na/7 Devoted His Life to the Service of His Country JBy MILTON FRIEDMAN LwiNGTON (JTA) HerLehman w ill 1"' remembered b,hin 'h'' conscience I, Sl UP spurned the 1 | romisins that is tradiEl'for older men. His ap f, ch io %  -illation involving J^i, r ight$ overrode any partibhman maintained thai the goal Of human equality must never be compromised." Mis unwillingness to temporize made him, in the minds of many colleagues "'the conscience of the Senate Lehman's candor in attacking the bipartisanship of reaction" kept him on the firing lin*. although he -was one of the oldest Senators then serving. Only Rhode Island's Theodore Green wa appreciably older. Alben Barkley was his senior by only a few months. The passion of some of Lehman's battles seemed out of place with his otherwise cool dignity and good temper. His was among the first voices raised against the investigative tactics of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Wisconsin Republican. Lehman accused him of assaulting government services, the schools, the stage, the publishing world and even our churches." Lehman sail Sen. McCarthy and his adherents were "inquisitors" pressing their attacks "on the grounds of disloyalty, unorthodoxy and failure to accept the infallibility of McCarthy He warned that Mc Carthyism could turn far back the clock of our civilization." Lehman's willingness to con. lront McCarthy—a dirty fighter whose bluster frightened most Senators into Mlence—displayed political integrity at the very peak of McCarthy's strength. In one instance. McCarthy, during a violent speech on the SenContinued on Page 7-A llsrael Cabinet Offers \Welcome to Pope Paul Visit Scheduled Jan. 5 ARABS CRITICIZE PROPOSED TRIP PAGE 11 A it issued the following state \l iJTA' ll %  meeting at its regsession here, issued IsUiemei officiallj welcoming visit of Pope Paul The statement said the visit ... be a • morable et ent," and that ever)thing will be Government to make mis consonant with unique static" in irld A -pecia! Ministerial committee deal h all details surround heduted visit was apunted bj th< I ..bir.et The com is headed by Prime Mm •tor Levi Kshkol and includes the Ministers nl Religious Affairs. ler." inent "The decision by Pope Paul VI to make a pilgrimage to the Continued on Page 9-A Johnson Leads Mourners At Lehman Rites UN. HERBERT N. 1EHJHAN succumbs of 85 SPECIAL FUND INCLUDED UJA Adopts $105 Million Goal for Needs in 1964 NEW YORK >t the UJA constituent .••-.--,%  % %  -.-. ... -~ ~...... B and beneficiary agencies, which adoption of the i%4 goal, said that are the United Israel Appeal JewAmerican Jews "must treat these ish Agency for Israel. Inc.; the increased obligations not as inJoint Distribution Committee: and creased burdens, but as Increased the New York Association for New opportunities to advance the great Americans. Also Included ss a mission of the redemption of our beneficiary agency is the United people." Hias Service The conference also elected Max : Bancroft, Jewish fi extraordinary costs rising ou. ... %  ---national from the board Of the the high rate Oi the immigration %  %  *"*££* lerbe ,t A **• <*>< > the !" U futU : ..,,„ insurance Com to Israel, the movement of Jews chairman. LBJ Meets With Jewish Group At White House WASHINGTON -iJTA>— President Lyndon B. Johnson made known la-t weekend to a delegation of Jewish leaders that he will make his first address as President before a Jewish group on Jan. 29. when he addresses a dinner in New York in support of the Weizmann Institute ot Science. The President mei with 1 number of triends at the White House. They included Philip M Klutznick. communal leader, and former American Ambassador to the UnitContinued on Page 15-A Erhard Says Bonn Sees No Israel Recognition for Now s. ut ..f "• ^..:; M ::, l :!i::r : I S *•* he d, d ,.o in tend,. on ooi neroeri A. t lhljshj norma l diplomatic re Frledman was named to a 10th ^ ^ ( ( rmany ,h JA and Israel, but he emphasized i"'"'v '" ,n< to other lands, and other cmcr I encies In adopting the goal, the 2,000 delegates representing hundreds of Jewish communities throughout the country, took particular Insurance i eek, came up for dls., m< eting <>f Hie Bril •' ;it which the Issue of mi British firms 1 tl Israel to accede to I boycott against Israel II up in anticipation of Mich members of the will have to answer in • 111 -1 1 ighl members of the of Commons have submitlions in writing to the men! In connection with ,, Of Lord Mancroft from was dropped earlv this week I ish insurance firm under Atlorncv lor two unnamed ntiessure. One of the ques ., an ts. Robert Scott Kautmann. was addressed directly to toll The Jen ish Floridlan 1 o Prime Minister, Sir Alec nol anticipate any litigation at I rrn by Sir Barnett Jan (his time." a Labblila member of ParThe |j tigan t s decided not to Continued on Pag. 4-A • their suit in view of th. executive vice as chairman. Mrs. BONN — (JTAi — Chancellor whether lie Intended to take such Krhard Indicated this action. He replied that our relations with Israel are not so much .! question 01 diplomatic relations a matter of our obli {atiODS Our past has been one prop> sal that he considered the jack Karp of BeverlyJHjto. CaL. W.s elected national chairman of ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ pn Continued on Page 8-A conference since taking office Suit Dropped to Bar Religious Sign v„ anticloated suit to enjoin county officials from erecting a "As of now. i, is Simply hem, n-dc Counts Courthouse during the Christmas season kept in abeyance." he said, excross on UW -. plaining that "ill-timing" may emotional turmoil following its announcement last week. But Kaufmann, a Miami attorney, has been retained by the litigants to draw up an exhaustive legal memorandum on the matter. have confused the legal issues in volved. Kaufmann. himself a Presbyter Ian, is representing two persons whom he characterized as "GenContinued on Page 3-A oi maximum recognition of our obligations and a true spirit of Irienrlship "It is not so much a question of whether we should take up diplomatic relations but when," he added. "If you consider the present circumstances in the Arab world and the possible eonsequences in regard to the German Democratic Republic, our present course seems the most appropriate." "If you ask me whether I intend to make application in the Cabinet for exchange of full diplomatic relations with Israel, my answer would be not at the present time." he said.



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Fridcy, December 13, 1963 *JmUfi fkrkfton page 13-B Democratic Club To Honor Gluck Reelected for a sixth term as president of the IVruiM ratie Club (if Miami, Wall) Gluck will be hon ored by the club on Wednesday evening in the Sea Isle Hotel The rreshments, music ami entertainment (Muck, a past worth) president of the Fraternal order ol Eai lea, li i Cflcial organizer (or the char ter members ol the new Miami liiaeh unit Gables Airman Back From Tour Officer* of the Democratic Club who will serve with Gluck are Harry Levy, executive member; Henry Abrahams, vice president; Samuel Resn iffc j|M surer: Mrs. Vivian GNJfjf.^Smuel Goodman and Mrs. Nelly R. Reynolds, secretaries; Alfred Fairmont, sergeant-at-arms. Elected to the board were Nat Potamkin, Edward Greenberg, Louis Forman, Mrs Ruse Brown. Ben Silver. Mis Amy Halier and Leonard Solomon. over 1,200. Installation dinner on | tainment will be the Lou Walter's Feb. 23 at the Carillon Hotel will | revue. "Oui, Oui. Parec." with feature U.S. Sen. Spessard Hoii music by Jacques Donnet and his land, guest speaker. Star enterorchestra. Appointed as trustee, were Herman Solomon, James II. Meyer and Robert Herman: Theodore M Airman Second Class Jaj M Trushin. general counsel. Conn, of Coral Cable-, has returned to Myrtle Ueach AFR. S ('.. Board of Governor! are Harry following participation in exerciselevy Dr. Abraham Nemser. Jos3 -.vie Kaplan, dauqh: Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Miami Beach li I her birthday with et Sixteen party at the s Restaurant. Miss active in thespian tmi Beach SenS ool. eph Flman and Mrs Vivian Gluck. Now in its 13th year, the club has a state-wide membership of Ttierelh Jacob Sisterhood It will be "All the Lathes Vou personnel and aircraft from the can Eat" at the annual Chanuka Indian, British, Australian and par ty sponsored by Temple TifUnited States Air Forces ereth Jacob Sisterhood, To be si. ol Julian M. Cohn, of 6820 held at 6 p.m. in the Temple, resPortiUo St the airman is a gradervatlOOS chairmen arc Mrs Milin India A United States Kit Force Air Policeman. Colin went to India in late October to provide support lor the joint training exercise which tested the Indian Air Defense System, Participating were uati ol Greal Neck Senior Ili„'i school \ V South dred Wascowiti Vlpert. 'HOItL TIDES Announces GRAND OPINING :• its Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM SUNDAY, DEC. 15 Opening Special RIB STEAK DINNER Permanent Mashgiach on Premises FCRESERVATIONS CALL JE 1-6701 1220 Ocean Drive Miami Beach '.. wnark I Kessefman Qwnerihip-A'anaaemenf •S2.95 Youngsters Win At Horse Show Arthur Fleischer 10, and Ins sister, Phyllis 16, took two ol the top awards during the South Miami Riding Club18th annual Horse Show last weekend One oi the younget entrants, Arthur won the Henry Bergh Medal with his pony, Paper Doll, in the evenl open to equestrians through IT years of age. Phyllis wi n the Hunt seat Championship and receives one leg t ward the Col. Welton Modisette Memorial Challenge Trophy. The trophy, a top award tor horsemanship, was donated in honor ol Col Modisette, Phyllis' iirst teacher in the art of the equestrian Kiev are the children of Mr and Mrs Eugene Fleischer, 7940 SW 90th Av< KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED $fao Restaufafftrcm& Urn ttm Jit 3 UL Salutei the USINESS WOMAN OF THE WEE K CRAY BARCLAY ofl t*t cornar Mi MIIKII Mill. C.B. fh 446-7011 f Ij-Out Ser>ic Agudath Israel Party Sunday Agudath Israel Hebrew institute and Sisterhood are sponsoring jointlj a Chanuka dinner at 6 p.m.. on Sundaj al the synagogue. Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever will act BS toastmasti r .md introduce the guest speakers .""I traditional songs Leaders of the organization will participate lighting cen n i > Chairman of the event ham Cohen S< rving on the Ar rangements Committee are Rao bi Meshulem Cohen. Adolph Stern, Philip yasser. with Mrs. Frances Clhan. Sisterhood president, who heads the Sisterhi id committee. Private Beach & Pool — Cabanas Ocean Front & Ocean View Riomi per dny per pers. dpi. occ. Dec. 17. $8.50 '0 of '05 Rooms Single Occ. $8.00 Dec. 17, $14 Rehgiout ,h "*'" "vailable. Serv. Daily Salt. Sugar. Fat-free Full Time D""> No Ex,ra Choe Mashgiach 'or Steaks.Roasts on Premises Chops. FREE: 21" TV. Radio eaco Rm. Self Parking adjoins hotel. Chaise Lounges A Mats Orange Juice Daily. Entertainment Nightly. Many other feature*. A 21st off Collins Ave. 1 a Miami Beach __^T n a can lieWil J35DTS( &f ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT! &f STEAKS RIBS ROAST BEEF Varied Menu from -95 Cortplim.n.a., CISA iL0 BANQUET FACILITIES Ff Parhinf 1 OHN At* YIAII JE 8-0523 &f &f &f 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 ftgn.1 Cuferinj for Bar Mffivefts, Weddings, and ad Social Functions A'^vv^^vv^^^**/vv^ < vvvwwvw^^ SAM OF ATLANTIC CITY IS REOPENING HIS PARR CENTRAL MNING noon FRIDAY, DEC. 20th at 3:30 P.M. 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach PhM 81611 I70Mtt SST. %SS 'J ffilSil M n 4-2655 *>"^Mi, F> A" Continental T: Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAH MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue ,„.,,...,. Wami'i Only "Shom.r Snabbo." .,tauronf OuaMy Par ?'"• 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI P hone KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART URUNS. Co Owner Catering for All Occasions htabliihed in 1945 671 WASHINGTON AVE. / MIAMI FACILfTIES BE ACH IM.\.M:ECS MHYIO GIAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. T&staurant MA-KA H l NTT OF Fate MRKINS Fittest Chinese Food at Popular Prices LUNCH nm 90c DINNER ,,.„ '1.35 wf AISO HAvr TAKf-our onDtns 8001 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 7 5 4 ,,". and Mi1U-U> Original H0FFMANS CAFETERIA • SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Now Open Victor Bidone's Where Elegance in Dining is A Tradition 1045 -95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 STAR DAIRY & FISH RESTAURANT tint GRAND REOPENING • • SUNDAY, DEC. 15th, 4 P.M. FEATURING ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEL 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE same management JE 1-9182 AMPLE PARKING KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 REOPENING FRIDAY, DEC. 20 KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN COMPLIMENTARY BEER OR WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor FLAMINGO ~— Kosher Restaurant 743 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Grand Opening Thursday, Dec. 19, 3:30 P.M. NEW PRICE POLICY CHOICE OF 15 DIFFERENT DINNERS Z.aw Except Rib Steak, Lamb Chops, 4 Prime Ribs of Beef ONLY RESTAURANT ON WASHINGTON AVE. UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Same Mnnaoemcnf as the Alpine Hotel, Bethlehem, N.H. THE MARCUS Phone 5329961



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Friday. December 13. 1963 +.leUI)tkrkHan Page 5-B Sinai Snack Bar Reopens The Mt. Sinai Hospital Snack Bar, which was closed for two Oiiicers of Aviva Chapter, Mizrcchi Women, installed at a Lombardy Hotel luncheon recently are seated (left to right) Mrs. Nathan Pomerantz. vice president; Mrs. Joseph Weis% haus. president; Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator. Mizrachi Women; Mrs. Max Sternstein, chairman of the day and corresponding secretary; Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, installing officer; Rev. Nathan Zeichner. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig, treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Herman, vice president; Mrs. Abraham Barkan; Mrs. Nathan Zeichner, honorary president; Mrs. Isaac Berlin, recording secretary and chairman of the board. Rabbi's Daughter feted Regular meeting of Beth Jacc Sisterhood, held Wednesday evening at Whitman Hall, was in hoi oi, niiRu • % % %  MMW • '"-or of the forthcoming marriage i' weeks in order to be redecorated Joyce, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs, and newly equipped, reopened last Tibor Stern. Children of the T; week, featuring a blue, white and mUf j Torah entertained with I "volunteer pink" decor, and in-, chanuka program, creased efficiency of operation. According to Mrs. Ruth Schumann. Snack Bar chairman, the new seating arrangement, which provides space for 37 people at a serpentine counter, will serve as many people a< the tables did formerly, but with added speed and convenience for both patrons and the volunteers who serve them. Hot plates under the counters I Armstrong Circle to keep coffee at "just right" tern-'j d 2 ^ years—The Dead Si-i .._.._ _._J i. J_. .1, l.l.,., .. 1. Beth Am Ladies Plan Programs Monthly meeting of the Beth A n Sisterhood will be held in the Youth Lounge <>" Wednesday -I 10 a.m. A motion picture, produced I • Theater, "Burperaturea and handy dishbins withI in easy reach beneath the counter %  will contribute to faster and more efficient service in the Snack Bar. Additional new equipment includes a dishwasher. Scrolls," will be featured. Coffee and cake will be served. Beth Am Music Group Will launch its first program on Tu day, 10 a.m.. at the home of Mi-. Wavne Rogers. 11801 Old Cutler Parents' Group Slates Attorney Miami Beach Chapter of Par ,ni> Without Partner! will have a Dutch treat dinner dance on Sun lay. 7 p in at the Mouse of Hoo. Principal speaker at the croup's next meeting, Tuesday evening at ihe Bel Aire Motel, will be Harold fngi rleider, attorney. Social hour H ill (ollOW Cardiac Hospital Luncheon y ami Beach Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital held a luncheon meeting at the Barcelona Motel on Wednesday noor Entertainment followed the business a.cnda. Or Olom Sisterhood Temple Or Olom Sisterhood pre Rents a Chanuka Mooteiianny on Saturday. 8:30 p.m. Evening will feature dancing and entertainment by Bill Fain. Pioneer Women Plan Programs Chanuka Party At Menorah Mrs. Yale Levinson. vice president of wavs and means, stated; Rd that an orientation meeting was Highlight of the morning will i a held lor ail Snack Bar personnel selections sung by Barbara was in order to acquaint them with the den, lyric soprano, new interior and the operation Of Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Jac* Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of the equipment. I Freeman are co-chairmen. Gold* Meir Club, announces the appointment of Mrs. Miriam Hal-; perin, vice president and Child Rescue chairman, as chairman of (iolda Meir Club's annual child rescue Chanuka dinner. Event is to take place on Sunlay at the The recently-established organi zation, Parents of Menorah, will Seville Hotel. sponsor the Chanuka evening for Mrs. Marion Meyer will give the parents of Religious School chilinvocation, and Mrs. Rose Byrum, dren on Monday evening. Coder soprano, accompanied by Miss the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Sally Glass, will offer musical se4UI HAPPY HANUKKA! WINTER CAMP CAMP JUDAEA at Camp Owaissa-Bauer Dado County Rec. Dept. 25 Miles S. Coral Gables DECEMBER 22, 23, 24 SPORTS ISRAELI SONGS CRAFTS FOLK DANCES CAMPFIRES DISCUSSIONS • • • 4th-7th Grades: $17 including the Bus ALSO Separate Leadership Institute for Teenagers! • • • Delicious Kosher Food sponsored by Zionist Youth Commission • • • Z.O.A. Hadassah Mr. Jerry Cohen and Mr. A Mrs. Uri Aviram Directors Wl 7-1353 JE 1-5556 Friedman, a complete evening is planned, which includes educational and social activities. At 830 p.m.; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will address parents, on the story and history of Cha-! nuka. climaxing the evening will be I a Chanuka hootenany during which time Dick lections. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morton Malav.sky. spiritual lead-i er of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. Coral Gables Club, Mrs. Sam Davis, pres'dent, is holding a re \ Ular meeting on Thursday, Dec. rnedman and^ ^ pm a( (|)e 0(lis(1(im 1500 DADE COUNTY'S MOST FABULOUS NEW YEAR'S EYE PARTY NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (A limited number of rtservotiom are now available to Ihe •**'• public. Call MM. Selsky of CA l-000 for information £ reservations STBROOKE iy i U.III., *t *"*• V'-H.M win, s/"v Ben Stone will lead parents in a Q B ,n fo llo enre f ( .,t The children of the 7 ..__ song test. The children third grade will present a special play entitled "Freedom." written and directed bj Judge Theodore Nelson. The uaual Chanuka deli .,., lei will !><• served parents and euests cf MOW tovf ro stw THEN SEW fO SAVE! SEW lovely things for CHANUKA • We feoture foshion quality! Fabrics Fiom Th Creot Couturiers From All Over The World. • We Invite You To Come In And Visit With Us!! -ratrif% 0te. 2135 Ponce de Leon Coral Gables Ph. 445-6166 he business meeting Mrs. Jack sills, president of Kadimah Chaptar, and Moetzet Hapoalot chairman. Mrs. Lilly Cohen, are planning a Chanuka latke part) sponsored by Mrs Wil liam Sokolofl on Sunday, Pec. 22. .• her home Chanuka Latke Party l en pU Bi li Shiran will have a Chanuka latke party on Sunday nocn al the Temple 8500 on the Trail JUST LOOK AT WHAT IT INCLUDES: ALL YOU CAN EAT-You will dine oil night from a special grand New Yeor's Eve buffet ... ALL YOU CAN DR.NK-AH drinks are included in this fantastic parly eackage DANC!NG TO TWO ORCHESTRAS I cMSE KUSSr WIU TL0W THROUGH THE NIGHT -it YOU Will BREAKFAST AT WEST8R0OKE A GALA PARTY FROM 10 P.M. TO 5 A.M. Sir 00 J.UST PER PERSON plus tax CALL CA 1-8000 NOW PHiLLIS KAPP'S INVITES YOU TO ENJOY more than 23 de luxe dinners, sport activities, cultural arts and resort hotels ((compliments of the house) FOR ONLY $5.00 actual value over $200.00 "BE AN HONORED GUEST!" T*C!R.CUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A Haft* MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. 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