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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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
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36 Number 52
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 27. 1963
Two Sections Price 20*
trab Bias
[Flayed in Aid
IBiil Debate
SGTOM (JTA) An
L nninaticn ClMMC t Ml
I by Arab statei
\ i deans ol Jewish
Har to a measure m pre-
In. has been Included m
Air Appropriati -
thU week b> the
i '
, i ran
gnai '
I in a
i

| |. ihc*e
hal be applii
sun
! irbsti N-
ral riti i "
the Arab boj m I
renter ..l ol I
m the
surance con ;
i ish He toW the H
, reports tl
cklisted two Vmerican
tor trading with l rael
e ihe Adams
and the Home Ir.suri
He urged the State
i t<> tak.- steps I im
sense ol I wi re > '
,n the foreign i id appro
- bill
A charge that the United
has to help support more
A.ab efugees now than we did
back Mfam the refugee progr.i-n
first came into being alter the
ion of the State of ls-
was voiced in the House
by Rep. John J. Rhodes, An
lora Republican, in debate.
Continued on Pa3e 3 A
Deletion of Jewish Scene
From USIA Film Hit Hard
i
HP, EMAMfEl CEUfR
legislator reacts
Sham Will
Greet Pope
At Meggido
LTSALEM (JTA Pre*
;.,... Shazar and mem-
,., the Israel Cabinel wil
welcome Pope Paul VI at > -
I museirm hmidm
M, .ido ui northern Israel, where
!, pontiff will crm into Israe
j |, The Pope mil visit
ii Hob PI"" '" [srBe "
Ian. ; a* par! ol his unprecedente
Holy U
The welcoming ements
, worked out at the
it '"'"'""';
t the 1 el mned to i
. Ugh the Mand ba<
,,.,1 ii was assumed that uu
change in plans stemmed from
Vran pressures and possible Vati
Continued on Paqe 5-A
WASHINGTON [JTA1 Four
Congressmen requested this week
.. report from the Unite.) States
Information tgency on the deletion
n a documentary for overseas
distribution ol a scene sh wing
i bi. Jewish organization spokes
.. ,, Ch the deleti
i offending Arab
i charge that the l -' \
itements ii
The i .-<-": re -
Sew Yor
Repn sei tatives i
Celler Brooklyn. Dem >cr I
; Farbstein, N< ">
- Stratton,
Demot the 3
ii
gratis by I riters
Wi liam Fi I
| Let Us Contii
th th s on ma > -
.,.. president Johns i
The denials by the USIA con-
tamed two points. The first was
that an opening for the docu-
Continued on Page 1C-A
'ASTOUNDED' QUESTION WAS RAISED
So. Africa Anti Semitic Move
Evokes Outcry in Transvaal
JOHANNESBURG JTA
, n Trans>
"
...-. of Jewish
.
.
i H
. v ion of Je
,es a grant from the
i n Council to
iropic
. kith i<
I race oi cree I. and
v nich ii the running i I a
ip kitchen for poor Africans
When the grant came up for
Auschwitz Trial Launchei
In Wake of Heated Emrticn
routirs approval in the Ra^d-
fcrtein Town Council this week
e-e Councillor, P. J- Fouche.
sa-d th.'t before approving it the
Council shauld ascertain the na-
ture cf the activities of the
Unicn of Jewish Women, and
fin: out whether any of its mem-
bers were connected with any
subversive organization.
a -h to in
.
n) J !
j detention
i, ( mi ectioi 'ties,
e tl
approve the grant until it had as
; on the point he
raised
i pres staten Mrs "!''1"
Mlverma* presidaml the group
d thai her organization -
astounded thai such i question
.,; ever have been raised
,. .. | tered weUar
ution with V branches inn
United Jewish Appeal Gifts
Ruled OK for Tax Deductions
YORK Ji
Jewlah Appeal announce!
. week that the Internal Reve
Service baa ruJ lhi,t t",1l
- made to Ihe UJA are and
to be tax-deductible un-
thi recent ruling relating to
le fun.i- used abroad.
R/.BBI HEffBHT WEDMAN
individual contributions
In making the announcement.
m Herbert A. Friedman, exec
; ,,,,,. viCe chairman of the UJA.
emphasized that the Internal
evenue service approval covers
i contributions by individuals, cor-
I p, rations and foundations."
The ruling." the UJA execu-
tive said, "has reference to so-
Cited conduit' organizations
wher. funds are raised for over-
seas philanthropies "***JZ
,ro| over these funds by Amen-
'/an Citizen,. The United Jew-
ish Appeal is not a conduit or-
9anixaP.ion, since its beneficiar-
fes control the use of funds
through boards made up of
American citizens."
The rules lor deductibility just
publicly announced bj the Intern
ai Revenue S.rvice have already
, en applied b> il to the i ""ted
E5a* Appeal, andithe *n*jbM
,,,.. thai the UJA meets these
equirementi There .s therefore
^question about the tax deduc-
' eontribution. to the
i Pited Jewish Appeal, th. UJA
statement stressed.
FEAMEfVKT 'JTA West
Germai s biggest p< trial, that of '2 former offit
ards ol the wartime Ausch
witz-Birkenau murder
itart. I here amid the buzzi >g ol
i.ewsreel and television cameras
as photographers and cameramen
swarmed through the crov/Ai
cits ( uncil chamber ol Fran*
lint's town hal!
The defendants are charged with
murder and complicity in murder
ln ,he slaughter ol an estimated
1.000.000 men. women and CtiU-
dreDi most ol them Jews in tne
egimes biggest death camp.
Several of the defendants wore
dark glasses. One of them, Her-
bert Scherepe, 56. now a bctch-
er tried to hide his face behind
a book. Dr. Franx Lucas a
gynecologist charged with being
an accessory to murder, failed
to appear. His attorney said he
was i" and in bed. Presiding
Judge Hans Hofmeyer ordered
that Lucas be tried separately.
The proceeding immediateU
became bogged In controversy
whan Prof K haul, of
Berl : recognition
. a priv! te
, ,..,.,, re< esenUng a group
ol relatives oi \ schwitz victims
Hans Lati i chiel oi the is-
B team and a well-
ki-n defender ol Nazis smce the
Nuremberg Allied war crimes
.;. objected to Kaul s presence
n rounds thai he bad been bar
red in Allied occupation officials
I 0m ent. ri Weal Berlin be-
cause oi his political activitU.....
a member ol the East German
socialist L'nitj Communist far
t, Laten -. argued Kaul was
not an independent local agent
hut a political front man and
should noi be allowed to practice
law in W G -rmanj
Kaul retorted that as a member
ol the Socialisl unity party, as a
German, as a citizen ol the Ger
man Democratic Republic, "as a
,,.mht,1 o| a jewiah family and
. a former concentrati n camp
inmate myself, l think 1 m '
sufficient independent agent to
be here
Mter a 15-minute dosed si
,,udge Hofmeyer ruled that Kaul
. ut the i umjrj whose wo
social cultural, educati
lor go I th
j, K-ish and non-Jev ish
Continued on Page 12-A
RIG10HAL PLAN
Continued on Paoe 6f
Israel Urges
Disarmament
UNITED NATIONS iJTAl -
Israel told ihe United Nations this
veek 'hat i* wanted regional dis-
armament, "particularly in areas
jtroi mternational ten-ions
it -as readv to negotiate
such an agreement" as soon as
it received a positive response.
The proposal was voiced by
Gi con Rafael, deputy director
nera, Israel's Foreign Minis-
(rs-, before the General Assembly s
political and Security Committee
,h:,.h is debating a 4frpower reso-
Continued on Page 12-A
Dissolve UNRWA, British MP Says
*^ .. _____......h,i Imnartial investigators
London (JTA) Wehard
Croasman, British Ubpr^member
S Parliament, aerted tins week
that one of the ***2"
should be taken to end the State
f War between Israel and the
Xlbs would be to start bringing
, end the United Nations Ke-
,., alul Works Agency for the
Palestine Refugees
The blunt tact.' Mr Crossman
asserted in a talk over the BBt
Hebrew Broadcast Service. *as
that UNRWA as an inatitution
had become not merely a most
powerful propaganda weapon
against Israel, but a deeply root
ed vested interest in the soclo
economic life oi the Arab coun-
tries adjacent to Israel He said
that impartial Investigators had
proved "without question thai
. nuiriber ol refugees had beta
leliberatel) inflated
With the aid of money collect-
ed by the UN mainly from Britain
and the United States, and with
Ihe cooperation of UNRWA of-
Continued on Page 3-A


Page 2-A
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SAMUtL (MIDLAND
Top Miami
Quartet Plan
Bi Bail
A roster 01 Qtitaleoding lea !ers
' ive join:'i f".\ a-gtetir.g prepara-
tons lor" Ape of Bie- community's
osl impressive events, the Am-
tsador*s Ball. urr:h annually
- to 3 climax ihe Israel Bond
rt in Greater Miami. The
;..: takes place Saturday r.i^ht in
ilie Grand Ballroom ail the Kon-
t. inchleau Hotel.
Heading, the Ambassador's BaU
CoinmiUee a.e Samuel Friedland.
honorary chairman 01 the Great-
i I Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
on; .i.uk \ Cantor, chairman of
Ihe Advisor} Board; Leonard Ros-
in, chairman; Jack S. Popick.
chairmen .1 the Board ol Go\-
ernors; Mrs, Anna Brenner Mey-
1 rt, grand hostess of the Ambassa-
dor's Ball; Maurice RevitZ, grand
mar WeJnkle, chairman of the Diplo
matic Presentations Committee.
For complete detail- on the gala
Ball, see Pages 7-9A,
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The children ol Temple Emanu-'
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L'rited Synagogue Youth groups
"ill attend a combined service and
luncheon on Saturday. Jan. 4. at
10 a.m.
The youngsters will join the
adults in worship in the main Tem-
ple and then adjourn to Sirkin
Hall for a >pecial program. A
highlight of the session will be a
report from Deirdre Greene and
Max Nlsson, who attended the
Florida Conference of the United
Christian Youth Movement in Sil-
ver Springs Fla.. as representa-
tives of the L'SY and the Greater.
Miami Jewish community
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ihe Jewish F|oridin has been
honored lor ii- -n*>t: on behall
ol the 1963 United Fund cam
paign. The newspaper was pre
., 11, ,i ;i Torch1 Award durum a
reception Mid dujeer laal week
honoringJlnJKtT FBnd's lop lead-
ership arf5MM'W,evv I1U' ''
Some 200 persors tt-.d*d Ihe
event on Ihe SS Jetujalem, re-
named .SS Ur.i^d Fond lir one
day, while the ship was dscked
at Miami's Pier 3. Zim Israel
Navigation Company, owners of
Ihe Carribbean cruise ship,
hosted the dinner in celebration
of United Fund's successful 19*3
campaign.
This year, the United Fund
reached a total ol $3,046,985 whicS
il 101.2 per cent ol Ihe I3.009.9S9
campaign goal.
During the event, the United
Fund presented awards i<>r ser-
vice rendered during the if>G3 cam
paign. The ss Jerusalem made
Befh Am New Year's
Entertainment, music through
the niyhl and supper will he tea
tured at the New Year's Eve al
t:.ir al Temple Belli Am sponsor
ed l>> the Sisterhood. Mrs. Leon
;rd Hayet. Mrs. Joshua Segal and
Mrs Marvin stem are in charge
ol Ihe event
,'a grand entrance early in thp ^
. onted hy two fireboat tu ^ J.
ihue Coast Guard cutters
A six foot lung United Fun]
lurch was lowered to the 500-fi
Jeitafatem by helicopter.
yfiki lord, Glady- v..
was also airlifted to the -hip"!,.
dare devil pilot who hn'k\i"hJ
rail on the Jerusalem .
Ihe pilot, 37-year old LoU ne.J
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E, A Evani said "United Fundl
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campaign conlidcBce because ot|
the Zim Line- and Ihe Jerusalem"
Miramar Temple
In Regular Meet
Temple Israel of Miramar held
it- regular monthly meeting at
Ihe Temple. 3500 SW 69th Way
<>! Wednesday.
A movie entitled "At Tins Mo-
filmed in Israel. wa>
chown through 'he courtesy of the
i n'j League of Israel Un,
Uichael Tatken, local representa-
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pros ram
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1
Friday. December 27. 1963
tintiti Ikrirfictn
Page 3-A
fisnm UNRWA, British MP Says
Continued from Page 1-A
ficials, Mr. Crotsman asserted
the refugees have organiied
them salve* into a "powerful
privileged group" whose chil-
dren ervjoy bettar health t*r-
vices *ni far better education
than any other group of Arab
children in the Middle East.
He declared there were today
nearly 1,00,000 Arabs with a vest-
Include Anti-Bias Rider
In Foreign Assistance Bill
Continued from Pago 1-A
Rep. Rhodes said that tho Arab
refugees were neither leaving
the refugee camps nor being re-
settled. He pointed out that as
long as tho United States con-
tinued supporting the Arab ref-
ugees "we are going to havt a
refogee problem."
'V Israel-Arab cold war. In Jor
dan. he said, they formed a large
enough part ot the total popula-
tion to have "absolutely deci-
sive" voice in Jordan's politics.
ed interest in the present .state of The Labcr lcader called on ei,h
er trie Uiiittf* stMa u dcum-i i>
dividually or jointly to take th.
risk of permitting a frank, impai
tial exposure of the ahusc to u hie1
their taxpayer*' money was baity
put in UNRWA. He argued there:
was no u-e in introducing pro-.
losals for ending Israel-Arab ten-
ior-e. which Israel might conceit1
ably accept and which any Aral
state could reasonably accept, l
it were known in advance tha-
the proposals would be rejected
by those "who control the refu
:<. and who know that peace vhen all details about UNRWA
neanj the and of UNRWA." re ruthlessly exposed to the Ugh
Peace can come to the Middle >f Say, he added. Sooner or lai
East only it a time limit is set W, he declared, the "conspiracy
!or the eiu' of the agency and I silence" .mist be broken. .

II Yoew
Hame Owflltd
Home Oatratee'
He
have
they
eluding the Middle East."
-aid: "American taxpayers
gone just about as far as
can do in this effort."
Other Congressmen -tressed
he importance Ol continued Amer-
ican support of UN activities in
N' Middle Easl including the UN
Emergency
L'NEF coul
Book Reviewed on Beach
Following the regular busines-
meeting of the Lathes' Auxiliary
Force. Reduction ol oi G< irge Gershwin Ledge on Mon-
endanger peace and day evening. 8 p.m., at Hibiscus
'lhe refugees, he stated, were
problem ol the Middle trigger Arab-Israel hostilities. Rep. remple, Mrs. Hadassah Fassler,
> "that the nations involved Ogden Reid, New York Republi- vice president ol Miami Beach
i help to settle." an stated. Rep. Reid is a lor- Chapter ol Hadassah, reviewed
time has come for the Bier American Ambassador to I- "Arab Women-Citizens of Israel,"
1 Nations to start making hi Opraldire Stern.
nsi than it is right now
in laa nf the world, in-
JYS Forms
Committee Here
Mrs Charles P. Fen:tier.'. 5987
\.i Ray Rd., president ol Jewish
Vocational Service, announced
ie formation of an Employers Ail
,-ury Committee. Appointed as
chairman Of the committee is
me G, Greene, Of 1188 Mar
-eille Dr.
Object of the committee, said
Greene, will be to introduce Jew-
ish Vocational Service to the in-
(rial community of Greater
"80 they may become fam-
iliar with the agency's program of
I'crations, and mainly the work
igency's workshop.''
The JVS Workshop is an indus-
trial operation where handicap-
ped persons are trained to enter
or reenter the competitive labor
field.
i committee is scheduled to
series ol luncheon meet-
lo be hosted by various mem-
.':.. will explain DO* Jew
\ icational service enables in
itustrialists not only to save them
selves money on sub-contracts,
' v ill show how the agency
..in supply them with trained
tor their own manpower
shortages," Greene added.
Members of the committee
erving with Greene arc Richard
1 Brickman. Andrew A. (Seller,
' barti-, Hcrtzoff. Sanford Levkoff.
\on,.it Hallot. Saul A. Scbuunan.
and \iiii Stark.
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Volume 36 Number 52
Friday. December 27. 1963
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The USIA Film:
Home to Roost
The danger of this nation's
submission to the theory ii not the
practice of the Arab boycott has
finally come home to us. Though
we have warned our lawmakers
often enough on this issue, they
repeatedly turned away from the
implications of the problem.
The ruckus raised by the Uni-
ted States Information Agency
film censorship is an unhappy
case in point. We are not now
arguing about the merit of includ-
ing anti-discrimination clauses in
the Foreign Aid Bill.
What we are talking about is
SHe careless manner in which we
have predisposed the Arabs to
believing that it is all right with
Uncle Sam if they try to black-
mail American businessmen who
either have Jews employed
among their executive personnel
or who trade with Israel.
Great Britain was rocked last
week by the Lord Mancroft affair,
and in these very columns we
suggested that it would be diffi-
cult for us to advise the British
to investigate the possible anti-
Semitic implications of the case because we
had similar problems still unsolved here at
home.
The USIA film proves the contention all
too bitterly but accurately. It is bad enough
that the USIA has been caught red-handed in
the cheap and cowardly deed of censoring
Jewish scenes from the film in order to pander
to Middle Eastern discriminatory inclinations.
But that the agency's spokesmen deny the cen-
sorship, especially after one of the film's
writers. Rod Serling, confessed he had received
USIA orders to the contrary, seems dishearten-
ing in the extreme.
What we have done here again is to sub-
nit to blackmail. Each time, therefore, it be-
comes increasingly difficult to tell the Arabs
they are wrong unless U.S. policy now is
Stell the Arabs one thing and turn away while
ey do another.
The CJA Pacesetters
The 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal is off
k> a flying start well before the turn of the New
Year. The recent announcement of Dr. Irving
Lehrman as chairman of the '64 campaign is
nOw followed by the acceptance by Samuel
ftiedland and Max Orovitz of the co-chairman-
ship of the Pacesetters Division.
This augurs well for the arduous campaign
ghead. Both men are distinguished for .their
philanthropic achievements in the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish community. They have held lead-
ing positions in past Combined Jewish Appeal
drives, as well as in other Jewish organization-
al endeavor here.
In addition, both Mr. Friedland and Mr.
Orovitz are known nationally for their affilia-
tion with Jewish philanthropic affairs. Mr.
Friedland was the recipient of the Synagogue
Council of America Award as Synagogue
Statesman of the Year. He is a major bene-
factor of Brandeis University.
Mr. Orovitz is a member of the National
Campaign Cabinet of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
These are distinguished affiliations in the
American Jewish community. Add them to the
achievements of these men in Miami, and their
chairmanship of the 1964 Pacesetters should
mean a significant start for our coming Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
The Ambassadors Ball
Israel Bonds holds its most lavish affair of
the year Saturday night at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. The Ambassadors Ball has by now
become a traditional Israel Bond windup for
its annual campaign.
At the function Saturday, men and women
in the Greater Miami area who have played
a leading role in bond affairs here will be hon-
ored in the presence of an international corps
of envoys here. It is they who have made our
community the leading per capita purchaser
of Israel Bonds throughout the world.
These leaders richly deserve the honor,
along with the other Israel Bond holders in
our city who by their foresight are assisting the
Jewish State in upbuilding her economic and
industrial resources at the same time that she
is consolidating the many Significant political
and social gains made during her brief but
stellar history.
Israel's development since the War of In-
dependence can not easily be discussed with-
out devoting a major share of attention to the
contribution of the Israel Bond drive since it
was initially launched back in May of 1951.
This year, in May, marked the 12th year of
the campaign and the redemption of the first
bond issue.
The Ambassadors Ball here Saturday eve-
ning, winding up another successful Greater
Miami campaign, should set into a proper
framework our community's determination that
even greater bond successes will be experi-
enced here in the future.
The Frankfurt Trial
Eighteen years after the fall of the Nazi
Third Reich, the West German Federal Repub-
lic has launched one of the most intensive war
crimes trials in the nation's history.
There have been many such trials in Ger-
many since those dark days, but the one taking
place in Frankfurt today is making an investi-
gation into Auschwitz, the concentration camp
where millions of persons succumbed to bru-
tality and planned murder.
As such, some of Germany's most pro-
foundly distorted personalities will be appear-
ing during the months-long trial to "explain"
their roles at the notorious camp.
It says something about a society that has
been able to accept them for so long. Even
during
the week
as i see it
e
ABU TOR is a lovely pro.
montory near the Talpiot
section of Jerusalem, k over-
looks the old city and takes its
name from the Arabic, mean-
ing "Father of the Ox." Abu
Tor was the nickname of one
of Saladin's chief lieutenants,
who u>cd, to njje ,on ^ji y
rDyinrniii"'"'' Presumably, the area was
, given to him as a gift for his
dedication to the Arab h ader.
I stood up on the peak at Abu Tor one day and gazed out across the
vallev before me. The sight is breath-taking and one of the most
historic in Jerusalem, for Jew and Chrisitan alike.
According to Christian legend, Abu Tor is known as the Mount of
Evil Counsel because it is there that Caiaphas the priest owned a
country house and where he conspired to do away with Jesus It is
also supposed to be where Judas Iscariot repented and hanged him-
self From Abu Tor. I looked down below and beheld the Valley of
Hinnom which stretches from the foot of Mount Zion eastward to
the Kidron Vallev. In ancient Hebrew tradition. Gehenna was the
ravine of depravity and sin, and the place for the wicked in the
world to come.
On Mount Zion. I could see the large Dormition Monastery, which
dominates the hill, where Mary is supposed to have fallen into eternal
sleep. Close by is the building housing David's tomb. There, a
cenotaph carrying silver Torah crowns rests above the presumable
burial site of Israel's second king, at least according to Benjarin ot
Tudela, who visited Jerusalem about 1173. On the second story ol
the tomb, again according t<> Christian tradition. Jesus was su
to have eaten the Last Supper.
PUKPOSIS AT ODDS NtAK ABU TOR
A VARIETY OF interesting buildings surround David's tomb. Among
them, in addition to the Dormition Monastery itself. i> the .'-'.artel
HashOS, the Chamber of Martyrs, dedicated to the memory of the
millions of .lews who were murdered by the Nazis during the Thud
Reich reign of terror
Shifting my gaze upward at Abu Tor from the Valley of Ii
I could see rising into Jordan the Mount of olives, where nn its
heights stand churches consecrated to the Ascension of Jesus fjt)
to the left. I beheld the Mosque of Omar, considered the third
holy site in Mohammedan tradition, and somewhat above it. "
Scopus, an Israeli enclave where are situated the inaccessible
ities of the old Hebrew University.
The sights from Abu Tor I mention here are ample proof
significance of 'his ancient pan of Jerusalem. There are. of .course,
man) others. In addition, the entire area is of equally great imDOl
tance to modern Israeli history, revolving around magnificent
of heroism during the War of Independence.
If I had any illusions about the religious aura there, a heavily-
armed Jordanian guard less than 50 yards from where 1 stood waved
his rifle menacingly at me when 1 pointed a camera in what he
decided was an improper direction. The tomb of David on Mount
Zion, itself, is a further example of the purposes at odds near Abu
Tor. Take a wrong turn in the building, descend accidentally through
a barred staircase, and you emerge into Jordan.
THl GKtATlST MONSTROSITY Of ALL
I AM REVIEWING all of these things in my mind now in ligh" >f the
political propaganda and insinuation unfurled by the projected
visit of Pope Paul VI to the Holy Land. Press reports dispassionately
talk about the difficulties with which the Pope will presumably meet
because the two countries "are technically at war" an evaluation
that is as absurd as it is one-sided. Furthermore, since the majority
of the Christian sites of interest to the Pope are in Jordanian terri-
tory, the reports tends to commiserate with him in having to meet
these difficulties.
Thus, the uninformed are not far from concluding that the Pope.
when he finally crosses over into Israel, will have done so wi'h ex-
ceeding reluctance and almost as a sop to the Jewish State. This is
arrogant nonsense It suggests, as well, that there are Invisible
Israeli political pressures involved to which the Pope finds he must
accede against hi- best Judgment In deed, as of the battening 11
the week, there were even reports to the effect that Pope Pacl may
shun Israel entirely. Finally, Jordan is made to emerge as a sweet
and sadly suffering party to a problem completely not of her making,
That latest reports mid-week had the Pope determined to cross over
near Meggido to offset the possible Arab interpretation of a cross-
over at the Mandelbaura ii.it.- as -, Vatican recognition of Jerusalem
in the role of Israel's capital citj suggests an entirely different view
For an insight into the realities of experience. I suggest i
trip to Abu Tor. There, the shock of recognition will reveal a more
intelligent picture. Gazing up onto the Mount of Olives, which is
entirely within Jordan territory, one can see in the distance Um
tale monuments ol ancient cemeteries and burial sites. An with the
whole area, these 11 mett ries are Bacred to both Jews and 'Chris!
:'" na"' "f h red binoculars reveals that manv of the itom -
nave been desecrated and pillaged. And high above the Mount of
wives, crowning the hill, as u were, stands the greatest montrosit>
ol all. a l'.m Am Hotel, welcomed there bv Jordan and built s.
- ago m me face ol worldwide Jewish and Christian dt
of protest.
THt PKOfOUND INHttlHCt Of ABSUKDITItS
^|OT ONLY DID Jordan thumb her nose at the Christians arrj per-
mil the hotel to be erected atop the Mount of Olives ad'an affront
to heir religious history. Jordan also laughed in the face of Israel
and Jews generally by desecrating the ancient Christian and Jewish
m .''M uP *nnK ,he monunents, reworking the stone and build-
mg it into the walls of the Pan Am.
ui-i.I!!!"l,e!.U?t '" ws n'por,s twta1 ,hc s,rv of the Popds projected
isit to the Holv
Zionism."
!h l!^MVCr absurdJt mav h>ve sounded even to informed Catholics,
to .hoML e'aS roctonl ,0 reinforce the more classical opposition
miliui i I''"8 "fhema brought to bear by tradition-bound-prelates,
the? centri T n,ly a"d Spa,n' wh0 could not so sily g.** up
crue.f.xion 8 gma ,ha' **** *** f the Jews in the
found SilT ha\u ,hrouho" ">r history had an unhappily pro-
.lurditH h ",,h? T" affa,rs of mcn" In lhe lm f <***
SSSt -SUSS *** a S""d -presentation, if only .
nommr SSL fre<'uen,1ol-<-u"ence. The crusades, the inquisitions,
pogroms, these are merely several of many.
big he1 gUT-ff J5&S the *"* f "'
Paul':
^rticir^h ,<' ,ht H0,J -* *<" SficanUy Jo*
part.u. ail> when a careful view from Abu Tor nea,
in Jerusalem can tell an entirely different storv
The reports revolving around Porx
the absurditu s
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+Jewist> fhrMian
Page 5-A
Shazar Will Greet Paul at Meggido
Leor. J. Ell (second from left), president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami, presents a beautifully illus-
trated Bible to Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein for their "out-
standing devotion and dedicated service to Me Ami and the
Jewish National Fund." Presentation was at a Me Ami meet-
ing attended by more than 500 persons in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Looking on (left) are Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the
JNF Executive Board, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right).
president of the JNF Southeast Region.
'Graphic History1
Sponsor Receives
Key to the City
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin
Richard this week presented the
key to the city to Joseph Schlang.
Wall Street realtor and philan-
throp *.
The presentation wti in recog-
rition of Schlantf's sponsorship of
Tru .raphic History of the Jew-
ish Htritage." a new book describ-
ee- at the key to the Bible."
The beautifully-illustrated
book portrays tne biblical per-
iod .n a rew graphic pattern so
that one can easily see and un-
e'ers'and the full panorama of
the 39 Books of the Bible, inc'ud-
ing tie PrcpSets, seven Prophetesses,
7.S Priest*, and genealogical,
chrc--clog tables from Adam and Eve on.
Bditar ot tlit' book, which took
- i: research, la P. H
l-;.inir. an Israeli scholar now
livinj in Ni w York. Publisher is
Sbeatold, of New York.
SchJaag said th.it Pulitzer Prize-
winning autl- IT Herman Wouk on
-ir.ally interested him in iponsor
nig the work, which is now promi-
r.eatly featured in book stores
lhrouj;hoot the Greater Miami
area.
As an -exchange" gesture,
Schlang presented Mayor Richard
with a special presentation copy
ot the "Graphic History" after
nceivJig the key to the city.
New Officer Named
Election of J. Arvid Jonsson,
director of industrial relations, as
a vice president of Food Fair
Stores, was announced this week
by Louis Stein, president, in Phil-
adelphia. Stein also announced
that sales ot Food Fair Stores
i use to a in w record high in the
>h weeks ended Nov. 9. which
were $52".175.000.
Rabbi Malavsky
Delivers Lecture
Kiibbi Morton Mal.ivsky. spin
let. er Of Temple Beth Shol
cm. Hollywood, delivered a lee
11 re on "Yiddish Literature" be
the 11 nununil) Institute ot
,-h Studies of Broward Coun
,.: Wedfleada) al Temple Beth
em
Elevat) d to the > com
miltee ol the BrOwar 1 Zionist Dis
tiict, Rabbi Malavskj served 0
Advisor] Committee for the
special salute antl dinner in hon
Di of Murray Simons, held Sun ay
..1 the Hollywood Beach Hotel in
conjunction with Bonds for Israel
At a recent luncheon ot the Hol-
lywood Rotary International. Rab-
bi Mal.ivsky spoke on "Brother-
hood and John F. Kennedy He
is also scheduled to be featured
peaker al the Cuban Jewish Club
of Miami when they meet at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. Bldg.
Continued from Page 1-A
can doubts that the original plans
might have been interpreted as a
Vatican recognition ol Jerusalem
SI Israel's capital.
After visiting Nazareth and
Capernaum, the Pontiff will pro-
ceed to Jerusalem where he will
ascend Mount Zion to visit the
Coenaculum, the site of the Last
Supper. It was reported here
that the Pope has expressed a
desire to bless the Christian
Homecoming Set
At Emanu-EI
Extensive plans for Temple
Menorah's Homecoming Week in-
clude a special breakfast with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
Friday night services dedicated to
college students in the area.
This Friday night, the following
college students will participate
in a panel on the subject "The
Voice of Students'":
Nicki Englander. daughter of
Councilman and Mrs. Malvin Eng-
lander, American University.
Washington, D.C.; Jamie Barkin.
son of Mrs. Maizic Barkin, I'ni-
I varsity of Miami; Carol Snyder-
"-.an. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Snyderman, Parkham Jun-
j lor College; and Steven Scheaifer.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Scheaffer, Manhattan School of
Music.
Following regular services, all
college students will meet for an
Oneg Shabbat, featuring a con-
tinuation of the subject discussed
in the pulpit Sisterhood of the
Temple will serve a "coke break."
On Sunday morning, Rabbi
Abramowitz will meet with the
-tu cuts foi a "chat with the rab
bi" breakfast, where he will dis
cuss the formation of the Menorah
Chapter Atid College Croup.
Hebrew-Speaking Group
Chug Ivn. Hebrew speaking
group, will meet Tuesday. 2:30
m .it Temple Ner Tamid. Leon
Goldberger will discuss "Rabbi
tlriva ,! p|, Softool."
community of 4,000 in Jerusal-
em. Since Mount Zion cannot
hold such a crowd, the cere-
mony will be held in one of Jeru-
salem's major squares. A major :
open mass will be held in Naz-
areth.
The welcoming ceremony at
Meggido will last ten minutes, dur-
ing which President Shazar will
. eliver a brief welcoming address
and present the Pope with a spec
Iflcally-minted gold Pilgrims Me-
dallion set in olive wood. Sim-
ilar medallions will be presented
to the Cardinals accompanying
the Pontiff.
A Herat spokesman raised thei
question as to whether President
Shazar should welcome the Pope
outside of Jerusalem. Official!
sources stressed however, that
courtesy required that the Pope
be greeted at whatever point of
entrance into Israel he chose but
the same sources conceded that
the route chosen was not acci
dental.
In Rome, Maurice Fischer, Is-
rael's Ambassador to Italy, de-
clared in an official statement
that it was necessary "to affirm
thkt the pilgrimage of Pope Paul
Beth Shirah
JFK Memorial
At the conclusion of the 30-day
period of national mourning. Tern
pie Beth Shirah and its Religious
School will unveil a permanent
memorial electric plaque honor-
in" the memory of the late Presi-
dent Kennedy.
Each year on the memorial date
of his passing, special lights will
be kindled and some act of char-
iiv will he performed in his hon-
or and memory.
The plaque will read, "Lest We
Forget Our Assassinated Pres-
ident. John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Dedicated Servant to Cod and
Humanity, Nov. 22, IMSKiatev
B, 5724. May His Memory Inspire
', to Good Deed-
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will of
fer the eulogy, and Cantor Her-
man K Gottlieb will invoke the
sprisp ; memorial prayer.
VI ro the Holy Land has an ex-
clusively religious significance,
as he himself has declared."
The envoy issued the state-
ment to correct "erroneous in-
terpretations" which he said had
been given to the visit to the
Vatican by Theodore Kollek, di-
rector-general of the Israeli
police inspector general. The
two officials joined Dr. Fischer
at a meeting in the Vatican to
work out final details of the Is-
raeli portion of the Pope's visit.
The meeting touched off specu-
lation in the Italian press con-
cerning the status of Jerusalem,
which some governments still re-
fuse to recognise as Israel's cap-
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"Any political interpretation
given by my contact with the
Vatican, or the presence of the
two Israeli officials, be it in a
positive or negative sense, are
without foundation," Ambassador
Fischer said.
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-. *>iher lo maV-c :hc Jew- the Urget of Mich a struggle.
aai had itl historic experience with religious
| pat capital where the Christian. JewuM
HOC by side and strengthened what
l ;n each o her. Then came u cruel Inquisition
v n. fa b ar.d 1errt.es, and then th,- expulsion of the Jew
: Sp:.in never recovered from citln r of these
[ul synagogue of Toledo stands empty and -isolate
of what Spain might have been if the
. Isfltp had not been broken. The Span-
has e joined with Cardinal Ruliini in his
.hema. might reflect a bit on the history of their
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:u3 not be permitted until he
ee the individuals
. U to represent actUaU)
. of Auschwllt vie-
Haul then walked out of
f ,,. ; relative- of 60
.......Au-ehwit/. or satel-
, camps from l-Ml to iio. were
epreaested h> Dr. Henry Hor-
Dl Trankfuri. Among the
rapreeeatiCg II nations, were
ree Israeli! and two Americans.
At the initial session, three
of ths Mancaata were called
en to give details about their
penoral lives before and during
the-r Nazi service. They were
Pr^ert Muika, 68, adjutant to
,h f.rst AuseKwitx commandant,
kudo J Hoess. who was hanged
Ly the Fe.es; Kark Hoecker, 52,
i. u a...' tc Richard Baer, the
.ait Ajs'hwitx commandant, who
. .. a Frankfurt jail l3St
Ju e iv.: 'in3 trial; ard Wil-
h. m Eog:r. 57, an S3 lieutenant
n Au ehwiti accused of person-
|y rrutderirg more than 100 in-
metes.
ts re mem
. SS
iquidatton cam| during the
,i.t since then mo-1 of them have
p .-i bus a- respecte
and prosperous residents of the
chiei which they live. Thej
include several unskilled laborers.
lers, hue collar workers,
sperous businessmen, a phar
macist. an agronomist, a gynecol-
giat, two dentists, a civil engi-
neer, a butcher and a heating en-
gineer
Evidence against them has been
collected in 8S thick volume-
documents assembled by a prose-
cution team headed by Dr. Hans
Lroaaman. diatnel -">"''-' "'
the five years ol pie trial investi
nation. Franmuit nroaeeotori
questioned i.3oo wltneaaea from
around the world More than 3M
ol them are expected to be call
e during the sis lo eight month-
the trial is expected to la-t.
Two New Yorkers are amoim
the witnesses who will give evi
dence They are Hillel Welt man,
cf urooldyn. and Norhert Wull-
lleim. ot FrOBh Meadow- Mi.
Weltinan was one ot those con-
tacted by the prosecution lo give
evidence.
It was disclosed that pure co-
incidence wa- credited with atari-
ing the Auschwitz Investigation In
December, 1058. Shorn) beiore
then. Kmil Vulkan. a forinei
Auschwitz inmate, visited lh ima-
knielka, a reporter ol the I
further Rundschau

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lice Hesse in Wcis ^ "
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up h own i. li
During the conversation, the
former inmate told the report-
er about some documei is In-- nad
found on the street in front of
tne j neadquarters in Breilau
on May 8, 1945. after the build-
ing had been set afire by Allied
bombardment. The documents
apparently had been blown out
of the building by the bomb-
ing. Vulkan had saved Wvem
neat bundle for IS years.
Kwelka took tV documents ftp
I,, | n i Bauer. Hesse Chiec
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Ambassador's Ball Climaxes Israel Bond Year
The Ambassador's Ball, which
has established itself as a gra-
cioMH and juyom trsrtJiiur> m th?
community, climaxing Greater
Miami'* clfort for Israel tfowts,
takes place Saturday night, Dec.
28. in the Grand Ballroom ot Ihe
Kontairchkiui Uoiel. Heading
the roster of distinguished gueata
will U' [arael'i Arobassa ui io
the t'niteu States Avraham Mar-
man and Mrs. Herman, under
whose patronage, together with
that of the Governor of Florida,
the Ball i- traditionally held.
PaylOg their respeels to Am
bassatior Hannan in a gesture
of friendship to the State <>t Is-
rael and the- United Males ui.l
be honored representatives oi
some thirty nation I, Members
of the Diplomatic Corps ill be
escorted in a colorful presenta-
tion ceremony by honor a I > pa
lions of the Bail
Headlining ihe le-tive program
under the chairmanship of Leon-
ard Rosen and honorary chair-
man. Samuel Friedlan -aim be
Maurice Hevitz. grand mar hal;
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
grand bosteaa; Carl Weinkle,
chairman of the Diplomatic I'rcs
rntations Committee; Jack S
l'opick. chairman of ihe Board
of Governors, and Jack A Can-
tor. chairman of ihe Advisor)
Board,
The Ainb. ssad) r Ball w i
the scene ol a cusl im establish
. d m P.11^ the year afti r the
Male ol Israel was established
which has since bi en ad iptcd in
England, Italy, Braiil,
Mid the Argentine In the I
ed States, t'.e cuatom ai initial
cd in-Miami two years ago and

^iWroii.ioi'
arc Klise A. Adams. James M
Aibcri, Sidney Ansin. Jacob M.
Arvcy, Sam Blank. Ben Blum,
William Bornstein. Jack A. Can-
tor, Sara Czech. Paul Kaske. A
C. Fine. Abram Fox. Ben Frank-
enstein.
Samuel Friedland, Sam Fuchs.
.Mac Cache. David Goodman.
Isadore llecht. Samuel Kipnis,
Jay I. Kislak. Joseph Laurans.
Davi J. Light, Joseph M. Up-
ton, Tcssir Lilt. Sam L. Luby.
II. njamin Meyers.
A. J. Molasky. Fmil
Max Orovitz, Jack S
Maurice Revitz, Phil
Jacob Hnkin. Leonard
Philip Hoscnbcrg. Sam
?Jfewfislti Floridian
Friday. December 27. 1963
Page
7-A
Morton.
l'opick.
Revitz,
Rosen,
II. Rost.
AMoASSADOK HAINAN
in that brief span of time has
attained i place as one ol the
glowing highlights of the com-
munit) s i;e Tin- is ihe presen
i. i ; daughters come >>; age
t> th \ i '<.....ador "i Israel,
i i ,,( lition tn Ambassador
liarn I 'li emissaries ol
n !. nds who Hl grace the
, : n, a hosl >! distinguished
taiives h om Ihe 9rtd
ol tin- art-, sciences and govern
nut "ill he in attendance.
Honorarj patrons ol the Ball
Raymond Rubin, Louis B. Rud-
nick, Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T.
Sapiro, Herman M. Schwartz.
Seymour Silvcrman. Harry Sir-
kin. Irving Steinlauf, Carl
Weil kle aid Max Weitz
Emissaries ol foreign govern-
ments to he presented are the
Hon. Fernando A. Terrera. of
Argentina; G. lluuo Whitehouae,
Austria; Frank C. Sterck. Bel-
gium: Fr ineis N. Miller. Bolivia;
Maxtnc Reynaud, Brazil; Sergio
Del Rio. Chile.
Hugo Nichols, Colombia; Raf-
ael Ca-tio-Cana-. Costa Hica;
Alexander M. Balfc. Denmark:
Mine. Virginia Ginebra, Domi-
nica; Mire, de Poig, Ecuador;
Galileo Cabrales, 1 Salvador;
Arthur \ Atkinson, Finland.
Jacques E. Turner, France;
Col. Galves Sobral, Guatemala;
Ri dolphe Babour, Haiti; M. An-
tonio It-is-. Honduras; Giuseppe
!>. Gael i, Italy. Rafael Rayes-
Spindola, Mexico, Raymond F.
Snanahan. Netherlands, Luis De
Bayle, Nicaragua
A happy beghiing for a successful year. Outgoing Israe
Bond Chairman Samuel Frieldand is seen hare earlier in th:-
year congratulating Women's Division Chcuman Anna Brer
ner Meyers and incoming Chairman Laonaid Rosen, whil^
pledging continued leadership lor the Israel Bond effort. Uude
their leadciship. Greater Miami continued as the leading Israel Eond community in the entire wor'.,- 0
a par ccpita basis.
Henry A Daw !aon, Non a).
Miss Blanca Franco, Panama;
Robert A. Peterson, Paraguay;
Fernando Rodriques Pastor,
Peru; .1 Ramon Parellada,
Spain; < istave W Larson, -
en: Paul I. E. Hclliv I I
Edi d i Iglesias, L'rug
and Manuel Aristcguista,
zuela.
V
Yo
cer
ladies to De presented in a debutante
ny a, the Ambassador's Ball Saturday
...oTn the Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine,
evening in the Grand Ballroom of
d!H^!X^"c~ 0*.
Barbara Frances Cvpen, Judith Lee Elson Suzi
L. Grenald. Alana King. Lucy Joy Laufer Diane
Barbara Levine. Marcia Noroff. Joan Helene
O Bip, Robeita Sue Revitz, Cathy Ellen Sandier,
Donna Lynn Schlossman, Ellen Schwartz,
Shelly M. Sharpe, Er.id Jeryl V/eiss and Patricia
Ann Weston. Also to be presented but not
,-hown ar Gilda Abramcwitz. Varda Bermcn
and Cheryl Kurschner.


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Friday. December T. 1963
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G
r eater
JHta
mians in
Spotlight of international Attention
Greater Miamians who were singled out this year for their service to Israel
will be in the spotlight of international attention at the Ambassador's Ball. As
the community marks the successful culmination of the year's Israel Bond effort,
men and women who were the honorees at a series of events highlighting this
effort will receive community wide recognition in the gracious diplomatic aura
of the Ambassador's Ball.
The year 1963 was a banner year in Greater Miami's Israel Bond role,
as new heights were achieved in the effort to secure Israel's growth and economic
In an acVot high esteem and recognitioiTa "a-"""' of men 5n w^rechosen for Tpecal honors. In a sense, these, honor,,, reflect 'he P^-op,
Uon and achievements of the ent.re community Here* ,.h is** ^S^f
record of important occasions at which spinal honors ere aicoulc. to*^
standing community leaders for their role on behalf of Israel an *#*,
Eminent Americans have tafcen part in the presentations in a sjmbunc art m,
friendship between the United States and Israel.

Temple Beth Sholom, under the leadership of Rabbi Leon Kronish. pioneered
the sponsorship of major events on behalf of Israel Bonds in the community
and in the nation. Honored for his services to Israel at the Temple Beth
Sholom Dinner was Sidney Ansin (second from right). Shown with him are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Albert, and Mrs.
Ar.sin. Albert is Temple president, and Snetman was dinner chairman.
Maurice Revitz received Israel's coveted Redemption Award
at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner. Presenting the award
to Revitz was U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse, noted spokesman for
humanitarian rights. Looking on is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
spiritual leader of Temple Menorah.
w
Among the primary inspirational forces for Israel in the community ii Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual lecder of Temple Emanu-El, whose members have
been leaders in the community on behalf of Israel. Honored at the Temple
Emanu-El Dinner this year was "elder statesman' Hairy Sirkin. Shown ,trom
left) are Mr. and Mrs. Sirkin, Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
M. Lipton. Mr. Lipton. president of the Temple, was also chcirman erf the
Temple Emanu-El-Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner.
'
Former Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, of Maryland, congrat-
ulates Murray Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid. who
was honored for his service to the Temple and the State oi
Israel. At right is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader o:
Temple Ner Tamid. which held its premiere dinner for Israel
Bonds this year.
Among notables who joined with Miamians in
marking Israel's 15th year of independence was
the Hon. David Sassoon, of the Israel Embassy in
Washington. Seen here with him in a toast to
Israel (from left) are Mrs. Philip Thau. Mrs. Sam-
uel T. Sapiro. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag and Mrs.
Max Weitz.
fn fhl ie Tl WCmen was a sian^icant one
n the s. | nG3 effort Amo^ ,ho3e whQ
enlli,- ,,tfcnt"5 ,h names in a pledge of
W M Pr W> m MrS- Sam Pollock' M~ Bessie
U M s. Erml Morton and Mrs. Benjamta Frank-


Friday. December 27. 1963
* Ipnl.cf tkrifnr
Page 9-A
Mrs. Can Weinkle, a a;a c! the Icte ^,eioved First ieft are ivirs Weinkle, Mrs. A. C. Fine. Mrs. Sam
teem r cv o: the v.o: M Weinkle acknowledges Blank, whose efforts as chairman of the event
:ocst end congral -. of several leading made It one of the mo'l successful in the history
'" embers oi the I e for the Eleanor Roose- oi the community, Mr.--. Sam Luby Sr., Mrs. Sam
srael Humanilo [umanitarian Award Luncheon, at Rost ar.d Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman
her :v. en behci! of the comn :.. .. h Mrs. Weinkle was guest of honor. From of the Israel Bend Women's Division.
j>*t *~/Vlilestonc Uear for sjsrael Jjond f~ rogrcm
The year :'*;:! wai .1 milestone in the hii irj
1'. [srael, marking its 15lh >..r of statehood and
the first yeai oi redemption oi [srael Bond-. For
Miamiana 11 was also a milestone as the com
munity ones again reached new heights in service
< hracl through the Israel Bond program. Through
'liu- year 1983, to be climaxed by the Ambassa-
i i'> Bbll Saturday night, was once again a ban-
ner year tor Israel Bonds. Beginning with the
launching ol the Israel Bond campaign nationally
al the annual international Israel Bond conference
n Miami, ihe [srael Bor tnii the woeld, the Jewish community oi .Miami has and local spotlight al a sen.- ol significant events,
(,irnel high esteem for its leading role on Israel's some ol which are pictured here
h, half
I mem (the
to distinguished v...;
,:11 ovei :'d at th
1
rael Bonds
ucry. Al 1 I
.
er r >lom
. :.
I .
cgogues, and -
A. Adams. Century
1: ustee of Israel, at a recep-
tion for noted delegates to
the conference.
.. wns warmly Mr*. Jock S. Pot>ick. Mr. Popick is chairman
Noted folk humorist Sam Levenso1 "as d of the Boord of Governors of the Greater Miami
cmd entertainingly evident al the.* ,srael ^nd Q^anizatio.
In a dramctic ceremony symbolizing Israel's
slatehood. leading Miamians participate
the kindling of a giant replica of the tradi-
tional Menoiah at the Israel-Independence
Day Dinner last April. Here, kindling a sym-
bolic candle. ,s A. J. Molasky. Looking on
is Sam Rost, who served as Torch Bearer for
the ceremony.

Mrs. Jack Katzman, outnoinq chairman of the
Women's Division for Israel Bends, was the re-
cipient of the coveted Woman of Valor Award
at a luncheon sponsored by the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. Congratulating Mrs.
Katzman (left) are Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
luncheon chairman, and Miss Lillian Goodman,
then president of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah. More than a thousand women at-
tended the precedent-setting event.


Pag 10-A
^JewlsttfhridUar
Friday. December 27.
1963
Deletion of Jewish Scene from Film Hit Hard
3
Continued from Page 1-A
mentary, based on possible shots
of various religious services, had
been considered and dropped.
The second was that the USIA
had no censorship policy and it
had, in fact, repeatedly distri-
buted films throughout the
world, including the Middle
East, specifically including Is-
raeli and Jewish personalities
and events.
Rep. Celler called the ex-
planation weasei worded" and
t;;id "it will not wash." He as-
M rted thai a photo of a rabbi was
deliberately deleted because of
Arab objections. This is a shock-
ing performance." He accused
the agency of censor.-hip. Sen.
Keating said he had checked in
to the charges and learned that
the USIA had "certain general
policiea with regard to scenes
which they teel would offend the
Mewing audiences in different
countries.-'
Jewish organizations protesting
the incident included the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and the New York
Board of Rabbis.
Despite the denials, Serling was
quoted a- sustaining the censor-
ship charge. Dr. Joachim Pnnz.
president of the American Jewish
Congress, .-aid he had talked to
Serling and he quoted the plaj
vright, who acted a< producer-di-
rector for the documentary, as
baying thai in a preliminary meet-
with various USIA officials,
hi and Prong proposed the use ot
''still-frame pictures ot American
t < to dramatize the "feeling
Dr. I'rinz quoted Selling as
Faying: "We were told by the of-
1 ciali that at no time could we
indicate the face of a rabbi or a
>ynagogue or indeed anything re-
r!?iirg"T.o The *39RMkf fSriTh'. ~TRTs
unfortunately was a policy prob-
lem involving the Middle Eastern
countries. We were told that to
include such shots in the film
would prevent its being shown in
the Middle East, since those coun
tries would refuse to show any ol
the Films "
The first denial was mads by
Donald M. Wilson, deputy USt*
director, who said no censorship
hoc' been exerted by the USIA.
Subsequently a spokesman said
that "a discussion of distribu-
tion problems in the Middle East
might have been brought up as
a secondary issue," but he too
insisted that agency policy did
not include "censorship of any
kind." The third statement re-
iterated the denial of censorship
and amplified the list of films
c'istributed by the agency con-
taining Israeli and Jewish mat-
erial.
None of the three denials, how-
ever, dealt specifically with Serl-
ng's assertion flatly contradict-
Cg the USIA statements. The
USIA cited in support of its de-
fense that it had distributed TV
clips on the late President Kcn-
nedy's passing which showed com-
memorative services in a syna-
gogue. Another recent USIA OCC-
umentasy showed-Israeli athloU-.-
in pro-Olympic competition.
The agency said it had sent
films to the Middle East on pian-
ist Artur Rubinstein, violinist
Jascha Heifetz. a film featuring
Albert Einstein, and a report on
the work of Danry Kaye tor
UN1CEF. The USIA Wt it was
therefore unfair to charge ttatlj
eliminated Jewish content
its programs to appease the AraB
Sen Jacob K Javif. New York
Republican, declared.on tfc<--*aa>
;,te floor that the United ;tates
Inlormation Agency had no pol-
icy of catering in its o'-Tseas
films to the political prejudroes Of
Arab countries. The USIA has no
kUCh policy pertaining to it- mat-
erial nor will it over adop one,
ie told Ihe Senate
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Committee includes Joseph Sil-
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Kaplan, Harris
To Co-Chair CJA
Trades Council
Appointment oi two leaders in
tiie Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, Leon Kaplan and Mar-
shall S. Harris, to top positions as
jochaiinun of the Trades and
Professional Council has been an-
I'ounced by Dr. Irvin-; Lehrman,
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Kaplan, a vice president of Fed-
eration, served as chairman ol
-he 25th anniversary meeting of
ihc Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
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ind former Southern Section pres-
ident of the National Jewish Wei-
iare Board, and a past president
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Centers, now the YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami. Kaplan
has headed the Lawyers Division
and Professional Men's Division
ol CJA. and Is a past chairman
of the Budget Committee.
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communal leader in i%2. Harris
has served as vice chairman of the
c ja Trades and Professions Coun-
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ol the Jewish Vocational Service,
mi of Federation's distinguished
. teal agi < ies.
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\<-.v York.
in addition, nine USY members
di to to Jacksonville lor "Send
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isoi io the delegates
Going '.i Atlanta will be Diane
Keshlat sky, jecretarj ol l PC
i for the South >ast
ern Region. Mi Keshlansk)
I, ..,,. a I i l rade girls group ol
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ha vi just returned from
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c ounty Recreational Park, where
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cent for the coming year.
Beer said that the Accountants
Division, with help oi Howard
Miller and A. B Wiener. 19S3 di-
vision leaden, Federation Presi-
dent Sidney Lefcourt and leading
members oi the profession, have
tel the goal Of bringing the cam-
paign to a climax before the first
,t the year, unofficial opening ol
income t.;\ time, one of the bus-
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Hade's Stale Attorney Richard
E, Gerstein was guest speaker in
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complete support of the new CJA
campaign chairman. Rabbi Irv-
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Friday. December 27. lgtf =
Left to right are Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll, Bishop of Mi-
ami. David Danzig, national associate director. American
Jewish Committee, and Nathan B. Rood, moderator of a meet-
ing co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
the American Jewish Committee, where Bishop Carroll pre-
sented a report to the Jewish community on the recent Ecu-
menical Council. The response was delivered by Danzig at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where some 500 persons gathered.
Speakers were questioned in a panel session by Sidney Lef-
court, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Dr.
Peritz Scheinberg, and Alfred Boas. Mrs. Milton Margulis was
program chairman, and Mrs. Albert Dubbin was arrange-
ments chairman.
So. Africa Anti Semitic Move
Evokes Outcry in Transvaal
Continued from Page 1-A
immities. The work was well
known and had been commended
l\v civic lenders all over the conn-
ii\. she stressed.
N. Philips, president of the
South African Jewish Board of
Deputies, described the incident
at "scandalous" and "complete-
ly irresponsible," and was "the
type of smear that can do in-
calculable harm, not only here
but overseas as well."
The Star," largest South Afri-
i :, evening paper, in an editor-
ial headed "Race Smear." con-
demns Fouche's raisin}; of a
groundless issue, and criticized
(he Randlontem Town council for
eeing t" make "the outrageous
inquiry, thereby smearing not
a reputable organization and
its members, but all Jews."
It pointed out that there were
individuals of all sections among
the persons detained under the 90-
daj detention law, and asked
vhcther the Randfortein Town
Co incil proposed to make a sim-
ilar inquiry into every organiza-
tion which asks it for a grant.
declaring "Unless it does, its de-
cision on the Union of Jewish j
Women will stand condemned as
one of blatant anti-Semitism."
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Centined'rom Pa*'r-A
lution calling for general disarm-
ament, to which Rafael pledged
Israel's endorsement.
He also stressed Israel's
"grave concern" over the "spir-
alir-g regional arms race" in the
Middle East and the pouring of
arms into the Arab sections of
the region. He urged the UN to
set up a special group to ex-
amine existing UN peace-keep-
irg machinery to see whether it
could be revitalized.
In the Assembly's Special Politi-
cal Committee, Chairman Mlhail
Haseganu o. Rumania ruled that
a violently anti Israel speech made
by Ahmed Shukairy will be distri-
buted as a committee document.
Shukairy. one of the most virulent
of the Arab spokesmen at the
IN, delivered a two-hour address
on behalf of the "Palestine Arab
Delegation."'
Michael S. Comay, Israel's per
manent representative, protested,
saying that Shukairy spoke as an
individual and that circulation of
his speech a? an official document
would not alter that status. The
committee is discussing the Arab
refugee question, with emphasis
on the work of the UN Relief and
Works Agency for Refugees.
The Arab refugee debate was
marked by on attack on Arab
spokesmen on the United States
for having initiated "quiet, high-
level" talks with Israeli and
Arab leaders in an effort to find
a solution.
Replying to Arab criticism.
Francis T. P. Plimpton. United
States representative, said that
the reference to the non-existence
of "pre-conditions" in the high-
level talks meant only that no
prior conditions had been set
which might concern "the meth-
ods of carrying out the Commis
sion's mandate."
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IIGJIOUS
&
crviccs
Jhis (AJcchend
0do. Bfb2iHH*n^eP- | A"<"w. Hefor.n. Rabbi
I
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.1.
i mil- In
in
.In
liar Mu-
ll Mi. .mil
. n I UMil. I
. __< ^ _^_
tE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
ative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
It/.
OAVrb. 2625 8W 3rd ave Con-
?ative. H.ibtii Norman N Shapiro,
or William W. LiDton.
ii hi, i -nil. u.- homeoomlm
ujaturda) I a.m. I' ir Mitz-
SSBM*i Jay llnltlieli.
EL. 500 fW 17th ivt Orthodox.
Solomon Sehitf.
-. -. ,. m itunlHv l:M : m
\n i:\i riai-tiiiK i.. ga< >
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ISRAEL. 711 *0th St. Orthodox.
H. Louis Rottman.
". p in Siiluril.i. .i in. >.r.
'In HiIm.w A ii'li'iuy ;iiul Our
K i'..iniuijnii> llur Mltzvali:
ton Of Mr .ui'l Mi- H.ii i>
S^.AE-LITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
rrida) "
Vliln..
*
""i *:15 |i in. rlrrmon: "The
d\ I-.I> .-.il.ii. .,, v ;;,,
n "Tli- Iron) i.f ill
llotw ii. iwn in .\ii
Hal Mltavah:
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
CANDULIGHTING TIM
11 Teveth 5:18 p.m.
1 ^ I
i
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
liiii.o 1:13 p.m. Kermon; "Getting
Relliclon." Annual hoinecomliuj ser-
^i'. n ln.ii.-i ..I college -iinl.nis. Hat-
urla; 11 a.m. Bar Uitavah: i >anlei, :
-n ol Mr. :iat(l Mrs. All.i-i I Hater.
--------
TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 750n SW
120 thSt. Reconstrnctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
wnnf nm imir m mifr.mhn Tiite
ol Intermorrlajre Weakening the Jew-
i-li I'eopli naturdaj I0:3u a.m. Bar
Uitavah: i avid, Mm .,( Mr. and Men
Leo 8Jai liter.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
rVntlRtry, Medical follegi nl Virginia,
un ol Mr, and Mm, Al Keaaler, i"
nprak "ii The Jewlah Kludent on
I'ampiiB."' Harrj Pavlk, aenlor at the
l?nlveraity <>f Miami, son of Ml and
Mm Bernard K'ulk, lo lead -li--
fulkuwing. 1'artlrlpanta: Sidney and
i-.ii.l Kullck, Jem I'lotkln and Judy
K.i/.. Saturday **.i"i a.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green,
wald.
Krlda 5 and 1:13 |i m s. n.....i:
___ ________ lh< i..
!(-<-> ui lit Washinatan '""'' "' >'' Mltavah M.rl.-n.-.
tor M.urie. M.toHii. i, ,.i, ,,,,. |-..,,,.. ,. ,:.,,- ,||,xvah:
KOOEgH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Vl'.Wv," "' *"" '''"' Mr* X
|dern Traditional. Rabbi Max ""-"
piro. Cantor Frad Bernstein.
p.m. Sermon: -v. v. v..,, temple adath yeshurun i02!
i.,l.,- !" ii Bai NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu
.- IiUii ii un FYlduj II, p.m.
I.....IHI 'I Ki --! J' 1Tii i- III Si i.....I III
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasr
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah
Cantor David Conviser.
I-Yldnv VI.". p.m. Annual eullege home-
rumlnji Babbalh, Bertnon: "The Col-
le*ri laiiiini- in ill. i.u's mil in the
30b." Sniuni.iv 10:43 a.m. Bar Mita-
.ili l-iriv, KM) "f Mi. ami Mrs.
Qeorge Gordon! Jeffrey Bnfral, s..ii ,f
temple beth am. 5950 N. Kendall Mm |j*wrence Tucker and the late
.f Mr, and Mrs
Tills Is I..'-
:. son
-. i in..ii
MOSHE CONGREGATION
W. Dixie H*ty. Conservative
i Simon April. Cantor H o .in
on: "Nets v. .ii
\. v\ Uaturdaj 8:IS .. m
llsvah Mark, won "I Ml and
ik <"n lm in
RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
gdox. Ralph Krieger, aecre-
; TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
(>. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

ITORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
(Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
[ v to i. itnecomtng Bel ^Ici
l-:,i |li ci i 'ampun i Ii
. i: illi rtaa M tavah:
Mi and Mm Ihi^ .i
. n Bar M '
hmrrl, Mm nf Mr and Mm
i \\ a) ne rlanmn, aon "f
gj || Ira tlamna Mum ha i
i- m tsVah Howard and Jona-
. Mi. ..ml Ml- .1... I> I-..I -
[RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
rv.itive. Rabbi Harold Richter.
r Joel Lerner.
1:13 p.m. HaMiilay 1:36 a.ni
!i Alan. mii "( Mr. .ui'l
IMurray I<..--,i- i ^. Hermoa
tlon "

(EGATION EJIZ CHAIM. 1544
hmgton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
kaiT, Straaafeld.
---- ----
,ER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat
snservative. Rabbi David Ros ,
Cantor Georpe Goldberg
.. |. in Sermon: "The !.lf.- I
Un Huli.-r" SMiiird:i> : .i m
I. rr>. -on iif Mr. ami
ixituiiiian I
lecoming Set
Beth David
M Nrman N. Shapiro will
ne all college students at
Homecoming Sabbath dur
fnday evening services at
[ Da\ id Congregation.
service is being dedicated
college youth of Beth Dav-
embers and non-members
dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
I'm i.i n ; p.m. Dr. rhalm Baarog,
illiecinr, rh-parl item o( Adu'l ICduca-
f Aim. i i-:m II. bl I W i 'on-
ii-. in I. ail iianel diacusaloii.
I -.i m -i- Join iii \\: n hulk r, preal-
it. in of Hi Hi Am: Robi : i \. .....a.
lit, Soul ii Florida I ederatlon
ul I \lli-.
Siliin.1.. a in. i-.ai- Mltavah:
Man. ..... Mr and Mr-, rlotrard
irei ni" i son of Mr. .- nd Urn
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ra-MPLE BETH FL OF HOLLY.
Hoi
Mi
BngeJ; Sii-vin. -..n of Mr. and
Italph Oaaakow.
Rabbi Predicts Changing
Events During Year Ahead
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
Ptida} :80 p.m. Sermon: "The Relig-
ion !' a Man ami tli*- Religion About
a Man." Saturday Mlncha 1:45 p.m.
Bur Mltavah: Dennla, un of Mr. and
Mrs. Dei :i .'in i- innk.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrmae Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Kriila\ v:;u p.m. Hum. i->un" Sab-
hath. Sermon: ll" Shall We la..
the r ui ui. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Mark, von "f Mr. and Mm.
lam.-.- I.. \. ii -..ii Ban Mltavah: Mindy,
ilaiuchtei of Mr. and Mm, Myron Mlt-
niik.
ii-rr the annual observance,
Dllowing students will speak
the pulpit Friday evenix
Maxwell, Sophie Neweombe |
|o: Oafll Smilan, Unlversitj
jnda: Robert Stone. Rensse
folytt-ch Institute; and How-
Warshtw, DsiiVersity o.
Ban
or .\)'illiam W. Lipson will
the musical portions of the
Following services, then
an Ong Shabbat in Spectoi
A symposjum will feature
['Gold, Unhersity of Florida;
W'einkle. Ohio State L'niver
[and Arnold Willen, Univer-
Florida.
By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON
Temple Emanu-EI
Ft. Lauderdale
At the threshold of another
gecular New Year, 1 would ven-
ture these prediction-.;
1. There will be a continued
burgeoning of Jewish institution-
al life, religious, cultural, social
and political action groups. Who
speaks for the Jewish people"
will continue to be asked and
unanswered.
2. There will be increased
anti Semiiism in the air with the
upcoming political elections and
with the possibility of a part-
Jewish candidate for the Presi-
dency.
3. Israel's government will
have to reexamine its present
stati-religion relationship in or-
der to make provision for the ac-
ceptance of liberal Jewish ex-
pression ir Israel We can ex-
pect some headway in this area
of controversy in the year ahead.
4. The Catholic Church will
at its next Ecumenical session
make an important proclamation
regarding it- age-old relation-hip
to Judaism and Jews. This state-
ment will partly absolve the
Jewish people from total respon-
sibility for the death of Jesus.
This Is inself however will do
little to rid Ihe world of the
scourge of Jew hatred.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
riiila\ v l.'i |..in. S.iin.in: "Doea the
,. Bi long "ii ili- Ikide Count}
(NlUI I rhlUMI
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer A brain.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMiD. SOth st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
I iuyar: p.m. I'ulplt gueat, Eman
n..| Tii.|i.u. president, B*naj it'iiiii
i-'i.-.'i..... i..Miti- Bactnon: "The l.'nai
li'rlth ami li.il-.-ii.iin l.if.- Saturda>
-:1a a.m. Hm Mitsvah: Richard,
ul' Mr. ami Mis. Sevui"iii' HbroWm
---- ----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Frldn) -:::< p.m. Kermon: "Bleaidng,
Bi llever; Beauty, Beholdei." Bai
Mltavah: Bobln, daughter of Mr. and
Mm. Max Forman. Saturday B:48 am
Itni Mltavah: Harold, aon of Mr and
Mr- I..... Klin .-I. in.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Oaniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chat
Oale.
I i iilav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What a
Difference a V.ar Makea." Bar Mlti
vaii: Wayne, -n of Mr. and Mrs
Arthur lattbow. Saturday ii n.ni. Bar
Mltavah: BaiTy Woyne, son of Ml
and Mrs. I laviil i :.u <-ll.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman G, oss.
! daj via p.m. Baturdaj '.' a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Philip, son <( Mr. and Mi-
Sain Seldle.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Frtdaj 8:15 p.m Homex-omlng Bervlei
s. i.....n tn be delivered by Daniel
Zwitman, aenlor al tha L'nlveralty of
Miami. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Kermon:
"The Bnd of a Book." Bar Mltavah
Howard, -"ii "i Mr. and Mr-. larael
Singer.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
l-iiiiav v.-.n p.m. I'.as Mltavah: Toby,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Morris
Mai'in Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah
I'hnrlea, ......f Mr, and Mra. Fred-
erick llelaky.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Rirh.irds
Fridaj 8:1." p.m. Sermon: "Where
win chant
th.- Klddunh. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar
uh: Stephen, son *>f l>r. and Mra.
illnian.
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20 75th si
,'). The dividing lines between
Reform, Conservative and Or-
Ihodox Judaism in America will
become less distinguishable in
everyday practice. The yarmulke
will be about the onlv sign of|Jnda'lam and rhrlHtianlty Stand To.
,. ., aether. Pulpit guext; i:i. haul itu-k-
c'lfference between tonseratives ,.,. internationally-renowned Mt-tiu-
and Reformers. p..lltan Opera tenor, h.
6. Parents well begin sending J},,Avah=
,........ Nathan i.
more of their children to Israel
in search ol education and mates temple menqrah.
as a response to the high de-
gree of intermarriage in Amer-
ica.
7. Jewish children in public |
schools will find some relief from
WCtaiian religious practices but
not much.
8. Jewish schools will have
to ask whether their students;
are getting more or less Bible
study than do students in the
public schools. At present. Jew-
ish students get little biblical
knowledge from their Sunday
School programs.
9 President Johnson will con-
tinue to demonstrate his friend-
liness and interest in Israel in
the months ahead. If there is
to be a better Arab-Israeli rela-
tionship, he is equipped to help
them find it.
10. 1963. like all years before
it. will be a year of many sur-
prises. Only God knows what
they may be.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday R:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Proapecl or
lu-tiiisp.-i't." oneg Shabbal boated by
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querldo in honor
of engagi men! of daughter Marion to
David la rner, son ^f Mr. and Mi -
Harry l.erner. Saturday B a.m. Ber-
ui'.ii: "Portion "i the Week." Kld-
lu.-li boated ii\ Mr. and Mrs Rubin
i^i in in honor "t second wedding an-
nlveraary.
YOUNO ISRAcu. no NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 'i p.m. Saturday -.' a.m. Bai -
imni: "Joseph and His Brothera."
B'rith Singles
|le adults over 28 held a
on Saturday night at the
Hotel sponsored by B'nai
Social Singles. Now in its
year, the organization of
variety of programs every
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Reform Congregation
r. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G. BorniUin, Cantor
Services friiay, 8:15 f.M.
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Friday. December 27. 19(

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
It is Spiritual Power That Will Decide Israel's Future
ISRAEL: YEARS OF CHAL
YenCE. By David Btn-Cut-
ion. 240 pp. New York: Holt,
Rinehart and Winston. $5.00.
work, the
THE
head of David Ben-Gur-
ion looks out of the front
cover like the prototype of
everybody's grandfather, stern-
ly benign, stubborn, shrewd,
the famed halo of fluffy hair
diminished now in the middle
into a winged effect. Inside
the book there is the expected
tone of these qualities (leaving
out the benignity>. as the for-
mer Prime Minister of Israel
recounts, page for page, the
chronological history of the
voting land.
He sketches in rather quick-
ly, Iir.-t. the years ol Zionist
first and second
Aliyot and the events leading
to Independence. The Feisal-
Weizmann agreement of friend-
ship between Palestine and
Iraq is remembered: "We
Arabs, especially the educated
among us, look with the deep-
est sympathy on the Zionist
movement ... we all wish the
Jews a most hearty welcome
home ..." But the 1919 pact
was ignored even in Iraq, and
the book moves on to its in-
creasing concern with what
would become the common
ground for all Israel's divergent
ideologies: survival. "Secur-
ity." writes Ben-Gurion, "had
to be the pivotal point ol any
policy."
Thus the Sinai campaign and.
what he calls its "aftermath"
are seen as both climax and
turning point in Israel's brief
new history. The operation it-
self bought a few years of rela-
tive tranquillity, as well as
freedom of navigation in the
Straits of Eilat and the Red
Sea. The apprehension that Is-
rael would lose the friendship
of the Asian and African peo-
ples proved unjustified; on the
contrary, she won respect and
admiration for the valor of her
Defense Forces and her con-
tinued desire to "offer our
friendship on the basis of com-
mon values and Interests and
our desire to share them for
mutual benefit." The "light to
the nations" was on and glow-
ing.
The last two chapter, "South
wards!" and "Towards a New
World, express fiercely Ben-
Gurion's consuming belief that
it i- "absolutely vital" lor the
State to move southward into
the Negev, for both economic
and security reasons. It i*
Nature here who is th enemy.
the purification ol sea water
cheaply is a vital need. The
problem of power, too. i* a
concern, but he indicates 'hat
it is moving toward solution
"our young scientists," he
points out with justifiable pride,
"have discovered by Ihem-
elves how to make heavy uat-
Israel possesses uranufcr.
also; and (does one detect a
tone of wryness?) "It i.. jfeot
impossible for scientists mil-
rael to do for their own pe*l'
what Einstein. Oppenheinr
and Teller-all three Jev
have done for the
States."
In the long run. he M
er, it is spiritual power
decides. And the Jewish p*<
pie "will behold the r-iUfc'
lion of :he ideal- of Isaia1-. ati
its contiibution to the e-tai
lishment of the new world wr
bring peace, security, avj th>
world's respect. ;u:d will als
strengthen world peace .an
human brotherhood." .Vha
can one .i Id? Selah.
r
Foreiqn News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Herzog Home for Talmudic Academy Dedicated
Jerusalem
THi OTHER PAY we attended the dedication ol
' the central buil ing ol the "Rabbi Hera ig World
Academy" in Jerusalem. Situated on a live-acre
tract in the capital's suburb of Bait Vegan, opposite
Mt. Herzl, the imposing structure will be the home
of the Talmudic Encyclopedia and the Institute
for the Complete Israeli Talmudto which several
more buddings will be added to house the Harry
Ftshel Institute for Tor ah Legislation and the In-
stitute for Rabbinical Judges and Rabbis.
It was iourteen years ago that the late chief
Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog brought these four great
institutions under one "roof" unifying them into
the "Fmet World Academy" which over the yi
itited from his guidance
He did r.ol live to see the erection of the new
campus which he envisioned and which materl
ed, thanks to the initiative and the generosity of
a Committee of Friends in the U.S.A., headed by
i:.ii)hi Dr. Herbert Goldstein ol New York, NY.
the philanthropist Sir Isaac Wolfson and the finan-
cial aid extended also by the Israel Government
ami the Jerusalem municipality.
The Academy's Institute for the Training of
Religious Judges (Dayanim) is the only institution
i I its kind in the world. It gives chosen and quali-
fied scholar: proficiency in all facets of Jewish
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Hatred is Eating into American Marnw
Washington!
tAIILL THE SHOTS fired in Dal-
" las. T< x bring the nation to]
its scnst> or introduce an era off
violence and hatred? Chief Jus-I
tice Karl Warren of the United]
stale. sup:-( me Court is gravely
concerned about the future i :
human relations and tolerance in
America. Associate Justice Ar I__
ti.ur J. Goldberg feels that Americans, including
persons of Jewish faith, now must ponder such ques-
tions.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
An Orator Passes
w
THEN WE THINK of Abba Hit-
lel Silver, what comes to
nind first is the orator. An ora-
or i~ a thing of magic. Think of
';.t rick Henry rising before the
iruinia Legislature and making
speech ol ten minutesand in
day there was no radio or
Revision to carry itbut some-
it spread all the way to Bos-
ii and Georgia to the Soutn. ioe
whole country was excited. Think of a William
Jennings Bryan, unknown to most of the delegates
at the Democratic convention and. in a few nun
utes, sending them roaring down the aisles catting
for his nomination for the Presidency.
The attic in the Silver home must be full of the
medals young Abba won for oratory in his collegiate
days. He was already then known for his oratori
cal excellence. His fame as an orator was nation-
wide, transcending the bounds of geography and
sect. Christians and Jews came to hear him at
his temple. Newton D. Baker, of Woodrow Wil-
son's Cabinet, a very effective speaker himself,
once confessed he envied the oratorical gifts of the
then very young rabbi.
The high point in his career was when, as if by
gi rural acquiescence, to him was delegated the
task 'if making the speech before the 1 nited Na-
tions for sanctioning of the State of Israel. Taking
note of some of the fantastic remarks by some of
the Arab delegates, Silver politely bid them re-
member that they were not then composing another
tale for the Arabian Nights.
Jews have been the main victims ol the mass
violence wlmh has increased in the world since
1939, .\li\ Goldberg stated here in comments on the
death ol President Kennedy
Mr. Goldberg, a personal friend of the late Pres
ident, told a Jewish community tribute meeting
honoring John 1-'. Kennedy that the act of vengeance
brought shune and a violation of human dignity.
He made clear that Mr. Ruby acted contrary
to Jewish precepts. If a suspected assassin were
similarly murdered in one ol the world's emerging.
11 w nations, said Mr. Goldberg, we would say that
lountn was not lit to be a country.
Mr Goldberg found all of mankind respon ible
ior the deeds of Dallas. He said that the lack ol
respect for human life and human dignity has be-
come a dominant characteristic of this age.
President Kennedy was a man of love wno
sought to eliminate hatred between nation and na
tion anil between person and person, said Mr Cold
berg. The President wanted a better and more
civilized lite for Americans and all the world He
->in-ht freedom, justice, order and peace He gave
his life lor these goals
A painfully honest judgment of the State of
American humanity, a condition that permitted the
':"tal -laying of the President, was also voiced by
JU tit e Warren.
H
I
i actical
ipplicatiot i law
of n
ob'
1 : L'lv-
courts,
the lattet en exclusively entrusted with
matii i trainees ol Hi Institute have been appointed bo
in R r elected to the Binch of
the Supren Rabl inical Court ol Appeal
Th til Research into Torah Le
n the (oUection of all legal m-t-
ant to Jewish Jurisprudent so that a
lion of J< wish law, suitable for the
the Stati can emerge. Separate volumes
or. being compiled
d
Encyclopedia and the Complete \
'. projects unique in sen i
milesl in Jewish scholarship
lni lati i: bl I Vleir Bar Han ami e
S J /'. in, the Talmudic Ei .... lop
rk to pr< -. nt in an
r the conclusive iri and
L a ii the lain ad up to
1 sppearan even the
ne the 1 > uu : uad it diffi I
; impo stole to comprehend I is
I the Talmud -<..:t ad in its
'l;!'':':i sectioi and their later crj stallizal
h'" 'he legal ci Halaeha
N- ritten in a iluent modern Hebrew, the
pedia provides clear-cut answers at ones
; tips i .i basic questions of Judaism and makes
' the ii lime the Talmudic discouraea easy and
simple lo rasp for anyone
so .ar. ten volumes of the Encyclopedia have
ea > been publishedwith thirty more to come.
The Institute also began the preparation of a pop
nlar cl-ion in English, the first volume of which
is tu appt ai shortly.
The Revised Talmud will lie the first edition J
"T '" nv< been published in Eretz Israel and that
"* ''> '' -''' iw. However, .t hi not hereto *"
"tal its significance lies The Talmud we know
since the Talmud was lasl printed in Vilna, num
Pts have been identified rev,
' '-; ,'"1"' "t variations from the standard
caching sometimes to 2ou on a si
page,
l/V Ulfmjauj p0 Bv SAUI CARSON
Failure to Ratify Gensciie Pact Still With Us
l nited Nations]
QN DECEMBER 10, 1948. the General]
Assembly, meeting in Paris, adopt-
ed without a dissenting vote the I'ni
versal Declaration of Human Rights.]
This year, the United Nations will ob-
serve with much eclat the 15th anni-
versary of the adoption of that Declara-
tion But. overlooked entirely thus far
and almost forgotten by some people,I__
is another document of vast significance adopted unani-
mously by the same General Assembly in Paris on the
daj after the Declaration of Human Rights passed That
is th" l nited Nations Convention .n the Crime m Geno
e
Just what has happened in rogard to Genocide since
It went into effect, in accordance with IN pro
res, ,n January 12. 1951. when a Sufficient number
Utes had ratified the Convention or acceded to it
Hl" l,y "' '' '" this writing. 0niy 7 states hav.
ratified or .,,, ,i,,; N. ,hls_Ihl. ..^ p, ;( ,nos
hat have ratified; so are Israel and to is Egypt: lo
are trance and Canada; so is West Germaav. although
Wesl German) .. jtiU not a member of the Untied Ha
nous. The two most powerful and most iol'Tucntial uToll
Z ";*'mber\of 'he Inited Nations, th,- 1 nited States
a id Britain, have neither ratified the Convention no:
acceded to it.
The White House, under the late President Ket nedj
revived interval in this dormant question, look,..
' '.'",'"''"" *' Kennedy authorized Myer Felci
-n h,s Depot) Special Counsel, to state that'll.. I m
'.. a ratification is not dead. On the authorisation
,' ;,,' Mr. Feldman note! July of tbi.
rs '<'. Presidenl Truman had ask/
' Ol the Genocide Convent,,-: ft
matter was still pending,



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IIKRKRY HIS 1 N lhal
R.-.i. deKlrlna t.> ena' '
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO3Ct29r
KOKMI LCISA LOPK8.
Plalntlfl
FERNANTX 1^ 'I'i:/
NOTICe"of' PUBLICATION
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Clerk of Ihe above 1
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NOT CE BV PUBLICATION
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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OF
FLORlD'i "lN"AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C I3S22
I v yirs 1.....XI AS I 'I'I'I.KY .
Plaintiff.
iiiVM ks .1 xni: IH'DLHY,
'"'"suVt FOR DIVORCE
I,. Ill XM'KS JAM-) i'l I'l.lY
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u are required i"
your Answer
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or before Ihe Ith day
IM1. or alae oomplalnl
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Dated Mi.inn. II""
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Clerk ..f ih.- llrcull Court
Pad. Count) Kloii.la
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IN THE C'RCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH aU'DiC AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERV
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN
TY. FLORtOA. IN PROBATE
No. 5.471 -B
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ARTIU'R I. MICKI.ER, RR
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAVA
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
IN PROBATE
No. 61337A
TY. FLORIDA.
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ITICE UNDER
flOUS NAME LAW
HEREIIY IJIVEN lhal
,1. dealt Inu t" en
1 ih.- flctltloua nan ol
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In RE Eal H' of
JOSEPH CATLER
'""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i-'..l.ii- and All PeranM
Maxim: Clalmi or I'.iinin.ls ASMIMI
Bald Eatate:
You "r- li.iel.y notified and re-
qulred to pr.....nt any cJalni
demanda which you "> h-jx- aji.n.-t
,1,. eatate ol .H'SKl'H CATLKR. *e-
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the Count) Jud*e ol Hade Coun-
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prex'ldeil m Section
Slatllt.-s. ill their "lfi.es In
iii Dude I..UI1-
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iv, Ktorlda, within
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day I'"' moer, A.U II
JINK CATLER
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SIMON HAYS .x tlRCNDWEH I
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR OSTRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE 1- hereb) nixen that I
have filed Final Ri pot t and IV lillon
u.r Dlatrlbutioa and rtaal IHechonte
a* AdmlnlatI iinx of th- eatate ..'
\ 1: rit 1 1: 1. MK'KLER, SR-, decena
ed: and th.u on the Ith da) of Jan-
uary, IMi, x\iii apply t.. til.- Honor-
abu t*ount) Judaea ol Dsde I'ounty.
Ki..ii.ia. t..i approval .( aald Klnal
Report and for dlatrtbutlon and flnnl
- dlia*harf[e ..s Adinlnlatratlx >.f Ihe
eatate ,.f the above-named dectdent.
; Thla .'I'th day "i Sovember. IKS.
,-i KODE MICKUSR
B) William \' Patteaon
1:1.l\s HOKKX. Attorney
jr. \v n isier si Suite \"
Miami, Klorlda
IS .;. IS, 1, !'
NOTICI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN lhal
ih.- nn.1.-i.-mm-.1 dealrlni li
in bualnee* uiuler Ihe fielllloua mime
,.i JACM H MIHHKIN. I' i' > al
Huntinaton M. dlcal llldj M
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ith Ihe i'l. 1- of the 1 'In ull Coul I "i
1 a,1. County, I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63Clii30i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T. .iri'Y INNER
iRexid. n.-e unknown!
You at hereby so ''"'-
plaint for i'x .. haa b<
anat.-i ) at, n.l you ..- berebjr r. -
uulred to aervi rep) d< i ot 1 anaai r
i.. in, Comphtlnt ..11 Ihe l.alnthT
torney, LEDTrlK RtXIERS. xxho.....I-
dreaa is ISI S.W nth Utreel Mtanii,
nrMa. and file ihe original ..t your
Vn-w.r in Ihe .lie.- "f the Clerk ol
the Elexrnth Juinclal Circuit in ami
f, 1 Hade r.'iintx. ElorMa, on 01 b< -
I fore the Tth .la* al January, IM4, In
default xvhl.li ih.- Complainl xxill
Im lak< n .is confeaaeil I'X you
l-al.-.l .11 Ml.i'i-I. Kl.'li'la. II I
' ,1.1. .! Deuembi r, IMS
K R li: vTHERM xS
Clerk "f Ho ''" 'i"t Court
KM I.YM XN
1. .^-ix cu 1:,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IX HER EM Y UIVEN lhal
the 1111.I'1 si.iin..,l d.-iring to ena;.'
in bunineaa under the flctltloua name
of iNIVKKSl'l Y ONE 11011:
CLEANING .11 -'II S \Y .Tth Av. -
niie. Miami, Kl.....la. Intend 1.' reg-
ister said name with lhe**lerk "f the
Circuit Court of I'a.i.- i'ounty, Klorli ...
THOMAS I RR XM'YS
xROXOVlTX. Hll.VEK .x. KCHKM
A11..1 ney* for vi'iii.aiu
..; Alnah 1 llkhj
Miami 3X. Kta.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i ITICE is II 11:1 HY UIVEN ih.'t
Ihe underaUtned di engmse
hi bualneax under ihi ficiltloue name
..f KHEEI'.M X \ > CLEAN MW al
. 'oral l-.i.. Mian Kl ntt nda
1.....ui-i. 1 mid nanu 'lth Ihe > '
ol Ih. Circuit Co ol 1 '.ul. I'.nitm,
iln.
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Friday, December 27
Hebrew Academy Dinner Jan. 5
Anticipates Biggest Crowd Ever
Advance reservations for the
Itith annual scholar-hip dinner of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad
emj passei all previous records
thi-; week as the committee of
n> r than 100 persons headed by
Leonard HOMO, general chairman,
completed plans for the Jan. 5
function at the Deauville Hotel
Miami Beach hotelman and
philanthropist Jacob Cohen will
be feted at the S100 a-couple nf-
fair at which Pulitzer Prize-win-
ning novelist Herman Wouk will
be principal speaker
The 60-voice student choir of
the Hebrew Academy will provide
. special entertainment program.
..nd there are many other Mir-
i r ses Rosen asserted
The more than 350 students
their parent- and the supporters
ol the Academj will also be cele-
l rating the 16th anniversarj ol
ihe founding of the Academj al
: .tan :> dinner,
Associate Chairman Maurice
Revitz an.; .' A Cantor, Joseph
i ohi n and B I Binder co-chair
Wolfie Cohen, honorar;
i hairman, Harrj Genel and Sam
nhard, executive members, and
mb< rs "i the host c immittee
i ushed forward with ticki I sales
a re< ird pace Rosen thi-
11 k anm unced tnemb< rs ol the
i ru r committee
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Newman Again
Named to Board
Edward T Newman, local funer-
al directoi and owner ol Newman
Funeral Home, has again >>< n ap
p tinted by Rep Dante B I.
to the congressman's Cilizi ns Ra
ting Board
Max J, Affachiner, president >>i
Biscaj ne 1> >mocratic Club, an-
nounced the appointment.
The board interview- and screens
candidates who have applied to
Rep Pascell for appointments to
West Point. Annapolis Air Perec
and .Merchant Marim Academies
: .l.l-i.-in. William '...i.l-i. in. Rvther
. iocHlman, l.llli in i ;.!
M.....I Oo xv.-li;i- 11 iil rtT.
i ':Ml.: II i..... k, \l .-.< i Irunrtw ern,
.\i. \ ';.11111:11111. Mark L HHnia, Mas
II.. he. David Kari 11. Ilernard Kats,
I:. \ Jacob Is ill, Samuel .1 K In,
William Klin--, i-i.! Kran Rev.
I. -1 |>ll [\ratlts, I 'ax l.t l*x ili-
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Si.In. x liuhinowlti. 1......- II Kuilnick,
1 1 M .1. Hafi .1.1. k bhlin. Rabbi
s lii 1. I- rank >. hnriila 1
ll..|l..-ll S. Sllal.ir... l.-.-i'
I aril.. I .1 >.'a l|-
Ma \ S'a. iiiMian. Ri-njall
T..l.ia- Simon, Ham Slinom
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Talking over plans for the 16th annual schol- Rifkin. Oscar Member, Harry Genet and
arship dinner oi the Greater Miami Hebrew liam Pancoe. The SI00-a-coup!e function ai
Academy at a committee meeting Sunday oring Jacob Cohen will feature on ad li r|
morning at the Academy are (left to right1 Pulitzer Frize-winner Hermcn Wouk on Ian]
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Jacob at the Deauville Hotel.
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Irs. Fine
leads Body
^ Kmc. Miami Beach
[L.a| i, ider. h been n*m-
, ui>'
Division chairman
5J Hom ol South Flor-
, v,,, announced
Robert L. Turchin
tialbut. co-chair
1 ,, \,-lopment Fund
i (tee of the kosher
leseenl home
* n .,- Bikur Cholim. and
^ j, i Kelaer, pml
Israeli Exchange Prisoners are Back from Syria;
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Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 27, 1963
Section 5
MRS. CARL WCINKLE
Broward Unit
,-,.. as played -'ti active
community or-
iiKlniK he Papani *-|H fa ^ 1
Research Institute. W* -Jr rrf
h Federation, '
loi the Aged, and
I \ ixiluo
r Temple Is-
Beth Shol tm and
. Mrs Fine h
'' "'' Plans Dance
..-
. tee is now
rve Hi Mn
E i dinner at the
[ hick will
he Jewish Con-
|. m m its current
,1 capacity.
jfc&*& Mrs- Weinkle to Chair '64 CJA
'Jr
ft.
Hollj wo< 'i the Jew
i-h Home [or the Agi d ol Great
er Miami "ill hold its annual din
i, r am eand show al the Cai il
Ion Hotel on Saturda] night,
Jan 4
The affair will be held in Ihe
hotel's Caf< Le Can Can, with
Lou Walt< i new Parisian revue
;,. the entertainment Entitled
Oui mn Paree.' il stars the lam
I, Barrj Sisten
Paal functions "i the Hollywood
Auxihar> have provided 'he JHA
with i medical cent' r The up
coming affair v ill be lor the bene
ht oi the m w addition io the Ab-
lin Nui -i: j Buildin i, w h i c h
,", ubles the II ime's capacits from
105 to 211 ds.
Mr. i., i ard Bockerman, pres
,., | ol Ihe Hollywood Auxiliary,
and Mrs Hi l< n Greenman are
lion
Mi i ai I Weinkle ha- accepted
Ihe chairmanship ol the Women's
I) on 'H Combined Jewish Ap-
, ii was announced
bj Dr Irving Lehrman,
. \ campaign chairman, and
Federation President Sidney Lef-
The dedication and devotion to
nitj and to our community
ol Esther Weinkle, her husband
i, aid. and ll.en famil) is one ol
v Im h we are fully aw are.'' Dr
Lehrman staled
l am delighted that Mrs.
Weinkle joins our campaign team.
I know thai the Women's l)i
\ ision will continue to take its
rightful place in the community
and m in CJA campaign as the
backbone ol leadership, spirit and
support for all."
Mrs. Weinkle, who has served
Federation and the Women's Di-
li since its inception 26 years
ago, calls Federation "the papa
h< mama of all Jewish char-
in Ihi community "Be-
i ause I know the greal importance
Fed* ration and its role as our
tr il Jewish philanthropy, I am
id i" share in the 1964 CJA
n pai n with Dr Lehrman and
ilh the many dedicated leaders
have come to the forefront
this years." Mrs Weinkle declar
i
A meml er ol the Board of Trus
tees ol Ihe Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation. a m 0 n u. Mr-.
Weinkle's important honors
her selection this year as the re-
cipient in Miami ol the first Elean-
or Roosevelt Humanitarian Award
which she n ceived tor her -ardent
dedication to all worths philan-
thropy, for her humanitarian prin-
ciples am! i ir her unstinting de
cation to Ihe welfare ol the State
11 Israel ard to Jewry through
Ihe world."
Mrs Jack Ablin ami :.i -s. Inez
Krensky, past chairmen of the
Worn i's Division, will serve as
chairmen ol the Important Pace-
setters Luncheon, "what l know
v. ill be one of the finest Women's
Division events of our 1964 CJA
campaign." Mrs Weinkle stated.
%
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TO ADD A LITTLE G-l-V-E
Beth Jacob
MRS A. C. FINE
Betb Jai ob Sisl ; will hold
..,i all-games parts on Sundaj
7 30 pin at Beth Jacob Pro
reeds will go Io the religious
-i hool.
harburt shift
19.98
n
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by ISABEL GRCVE
Twentj ntth annual New Years
Eve parts ben, given bj Alice
..., Louis Spector ol Coral
" will be m Honor of son
Stuart m-,\ his fiancee, beautifu
ha Paula Kent Shes
. daUghler ol Mrs Alice Kent
and Philip Ken, Tradition-
laden affair has heretofore ceU
orated the Spector s owi
What you see is a
neat, chic, button-front shift.
What's new is its sensational
fabric. Dacron polyester cotton
Lycra added for ease
ovement. And what
you'll feel is subtle
"give'' and outstanding comfort!
soft pink or aqua; 8 to 16.
he
Cchen. daughter of Mr.
; Mts. Sol Cohen, and
i'-laughter of we"-Vnown
nmrnitty lenders. Mr. and
Max Weitz, will be
nq young ladies to be
< rited to Ambnssodor
and Mrs. Avrcham Harman
rael at the Ambassadors
n Saturday night at the
nobloau Hotel. iFor
:i!ional details, see Pag~s
A.)
trothal on a New Years Eve a
quarter ol a centurs ago
Now the newly-engaged couple
JJ, tIso be toasted In cham
pagne al midnight
among the many hundreds ol
new and old friends and relauve.
rom near and tar al to tag
evenl will bo over 150 young
:no, friend, ol *P*j"
Stuart from coUeges inFlorida
Ihe am
Attending will be grandpar
,,,,,. Mary and Samuel J Spec
or. W and Ju.^ Go-dman.^
r-fc Harry".
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Hadassah Groups Mark H-Day
Hudas li Beach groups paid ned a luncheon to ate "H"
m to toe birtfada) of Hadas Day on Monde) al 12:30 p.m., in
ah founder, Henrietta Szold, with tbe Huh.' m ol the Algiers
... patties this week Hotel. Mbs Samuel Z Sakrais
o as ker, and musi-
Bay Harbor held a dinner ''l portion oi the program was
itc and show af the CarUlon given by Olga Bibor Stern, Mrs.
Hotel, Sunday, 7:80 p.m ticket Herman Feller is president.
i hairman is Mrs, Milton Riehtm
Presioent is Mr-. Ges Roberts. Stephen S. Wise Group held
a Henrietta Scold birthday lunch-
Israeli Group held its an. '>' al -1n- D, auvnl. H o c I
nral -ir Day luncheon Monday M'";dav :i,..noon:
COOn at the Algiers Hotel. A mus
raw was given by Cantor Her-
man Gottlieb, ol Temple Beth
Shiran, accompanied by Aide Yas
in, coneerl pianist. President is
Mrs. Harry P. Cohen.
At a membership party at the Deauviile Hotel
for 45C: new members of B'nai B'rith. Left to
right axe Mrs. Lester Arkin, president, B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of Miami Beach; Mrs.
Morris Weiss, president, Freedom Chapter;
Mrs. E.v.anuel Tepper, membership vice pres-
ident, Freedom Chapter; Mrs. Oscar Rosen-
thai, chairman of th dav; Mr*, nob-"-* Litt,
president, Hatikvah Chapter; Mrs. Ruth Corey,
coordinator; and Mrs. Helen Hoffman, pub-
licity chairman.
BB Women List New Members
At a recent paid-up member-hip idenl of District .'>. installed the
party at the Deauviile Hotel, 450 officers and board members ol
new members were initiated in a 1 reedom Chapter. Mrs. Roberl
candlelight ceremony conducted Litt. founder president of Hatik-
by Mrs. Lester Arkin. president of van Chapter, accepted the troph)
B'nai B'rith Women's Council oi for her chapter's winning achieve
Miami Beach. ment ot enlisting the most new
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin members.
Richard extended greetings to the Second prize in this category
function. Guest speaker was Paul was awarded to freedom Chapter
Seiderman. former chairman of Coordinator was Mrs Ruth Cor-
the Florida Region, Anti-Defama- ey. Publicly chairman was Mrs
tion League of B'nai B'rith. Helen Hoffman. Mrs. Oscar Ros
Mrs. Shepard Lewis, vice pres cnlhal. membership vice chair-
i-.vi, was (hairman of the day.
More than 8(H) persons attended
the function,
ical program was presented by
I iveisily ol Miami musical com-
oay singers. Guest speaker was
be Rebel Samuel April, of Tem-
ple Or Olom. Mrs. Esther Meyer
is president.
Emma Lazarus Group held
its annual Henrietta Szold Day
luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel
on Monday coon. A musical pro-
gram was offered by Janet month by Rabbi Joseph B. Hack-
Sanders, mezzo soprano, and Can- ovsky, are
tor Herman K. Gottlieb. Mrs. jack Ciment, president; Mel-
Johan Berman was chairman of the chior Goldring and FaUck Weiss,
President is Mrs Norman vic< president; Louis Merwitser,
Meyers.
Herri*tta Szold Group
Beth Tfilah
Elects Officers
New officers of Congregation
Beth Tfilah, installed earlier this
treasurer; Joseph Medoff and
Hymen Zaidman, secretaries; and
plan Joseph Meyers, auditor.
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Guests to Fete
Martin Spilka
On Bar Mitzvch
Mart:. rome, ion of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Spilka, will celebrate
f is Bar Mttzvah at Temple Israel |.lf"ttot and I rtertainment featur-
B Greater Miami on Saturday ing Miss Trudy Lawrence, com
morning Mtfrtin'S maternal grand edlenne. David Corcn is in charge
parents. Mr. and Mis Nat (Pearl i
Roth, '' pioneer Mianiians and
charter i lembers of Temple is
rael.
Oui i ssts ai Iving for
the are'Mr and Mrs. Jos Miami Fnendlj SociaJ Club New
cph p Qpenber w and daughter year's Eve partj ai the Israelite
Edit at Philadelphia, brother ol Center will ;,!i a ccektail
Martin Spilka; Mr. and Mr-. Sam- hour at 8 p.m.
us
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Temple Sinai New Year's
Reservations are still available
for the New Years Eve affair,'
sponsored by Temple Sinai Broth-
erhood on Tuesday at the Temple
Auditorium starting at !t p.m.
There will be music, dancing, a
of reservations.
Social Club Has
New Year's Fete
Morris Staff and
and .Mr-
Donald Feldman and "- ;"ul lhe ""
. .. a, "- and supper.
family, M Long '.-land; Mrs. Abe
. v .i. Hausioen N'w Nuir City >"'.,
lor Louis Cohen, ace mpamed at
and Mr^. Louis Feldman, Brook- ,|( (i ,,n by h,s uiK. Ro$j ,.,,.,
lyn, NY: Mr. and Mrs. Herman ,,,..,, ,,,.. committee tor the
I. lloma and grandson, Bruce, n,.,;,^ .,., Max GLusbftg, psesirJ
Balboa. Canal Zone; Mr. and Mrs. lent, and Mrs, Garshag, Mr. and
Manuel Stein and daughter, Mar Mrs Joseph Braff, Mr and Mrs.
Q ...... ... .Jacob Aronson, Mr. and Mrs, Max
ha, Bibbing, Minn. ., Vr gnd Mr> Yalt, shul.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bourn, St., man, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F.yner.
Petersburg, Fla.. Mack Roth, Day- Mr. and Mrs Dave Cashman, Mrs.
tona Beach; Mrs. Ida Blaustein,
Anna Bloom, Mr, and Mrs. I. Sil-i
ver, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stilman,
great-great aunt ol the Bar Mltfr charle, sko| Mrg Minerva Coh-I
\ah, Fayettcville. N.C.; Mrs JacB in Mrg Anna Cortes, Mrs. Minnie
Blomberg. Asheulle. N.< ; Mrs. Mjc|itz Mr an(l Mrs. Max,
Harry Lasky. Washington. D.C.; I Abramovlte.
Mrs. Shirley A. Bailey and daugh-
ter. Margaret, of Tampa. Fla. Mrs Braff and Mrs. Silver are
1 in charge ot refreshments.
Mrs. Ida Nadel. of West Orange. | "_______________
X.J.; Mrs. Patrina Naples, of ,
Long Branch, N.J.; and Mr. and; Oaf at file KOCeS
Mrs. Irwin Berger and family,
Eau Gallic, Fla
Emma Lazarus Group of Hadas
sah will have a Day at the Races
A reception in Martin's honor or. Thursday. Jan. 9. at Tropical
will be held on Saturday evening Race Track. Transportation and
at Wolfson Auditorium, Temple admittance to the clubhouse are,
Israel, and his parents will host included in the price of admission,
an Open House on Sunday at their Mrs. Esther Kastan. chairman, is
home. 9500 SW 73rd Ave. in charge of reservations.

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^Joc/a /if
Continued from P*ge 1-B
nuptials of the young couple, the
wedding cafea will be tianked by
two birthdaj cakes One for
the bride-eiect's brother David
Kent, the other for Maik Spec-
tor, the bridegroom's brother
and best man
40 0
Edith and Monroe Zipp arc
hooting open house Minciuy from
2 to 3 ... No formal invitations
have been sent, but the popuiar
couple expect their many mends
to visit their new home at 128ul
>W 71-t Ave. .
Former Miamian. Carl Soko-
low, wife SU81 and children
Jayne and Dcbby here from
Perth Amboy. N.J.. to spend the
holidays in Miami Beach ... It
will be a real family reunion
with Carl's brothers. Herman
and Frank, and their families,
and his sister. Ann i Mrs. Henry)
Shier, all oi wnoin still live
lure.
Octogenarian Mrs. J o e p h
Hirshsteta feted Wednesday in
tne Charlemagne Koom oi the
ville Hotel Over 100
ttended the reception
est wishes
i i BOth natal i aj Mor-
ton S Haverlord, I i
ed tli tribute.
New re ii'.ent and new ly-mar-
: ied, the former Ir i Z issman
ai ,1 the Hon. Albert Leven have
- returned from a honeymoon
issau following their Dec. 8
alt tome met her bus-
when she came from Bev-
erly Hills. Calif., to visit with
brother Louis Zussman and his
> on Normandy Isle .
ha I recently retired and
came here after serving with dis-
tinction in the Philadelphia
is oi Representatives as
in the Department of Lab-
or and Industry Now living
. ., the couple is
i I. liday visit from the
groom's son and daughter
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
. Philly,
Dr and M Fred Go! Iberg
host part> F
home, 630 S
Dr The music ol John-
i.\ M I his orchestra will
lured .. .
Wide smile on Mrs. (da Con-
- face as she accepted the
r tr | hy from Vice M lyor
at Bayshore Goll
i ntation ceremonies
i ntlj Wa w on the Presi
- Cud n the Bayshore Wohv
Golf Association compel i-
t H i-i Dee 12
Donna Englander, daughter
of Councilman ?-!jlvin Eng-
lander and Mrs. Englander,
of 4620 Pine Tree Dr.. recent-
ly celebrated her sixteenth
birthday at a luncheon given
in her honor at Chandler's
Restaurant. Sixty of Dcnna's
friends and her grandpar-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Tendrich and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Shaffer, attended.
4w K^fsabcl L^/
' Bweel sixteen party for I'.rth
Saal on Sut: :.\ m the t'havle-
magne Room of the Deauville
Hotel Festivities called tor
noon by the deb's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Saal. 2245 SW
25th Ter.. who have invited 30
guests lo make this a memor-
able occasion for their daughter
... In the 11th grade at Coral
Gables Senior Hie'i. Faith i~ a
membe- of Future Teachers of
Americ i. Allied Youth anil the
Chemis'ry Club She was con-
firmed at Beth David .
Recently inducted into Nation-
al University Honor Society.
Billi Lou. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Kaplan. 8.">83 SW
20th Ter. Clever 13 year-old
has two brothers, Marc 9. and
Gary 5.
r rove
Joseph flyman, tenor Richard
Tucker's representative in the
Jewish field of musical concerts,
here with his wife la for their
annual winter vacation Will
spe.id a v.vkend with >on and
daughter-in-law, the Irving Hy-
mans, of Miami, before settling
on Miami Beach Highlight
lor Hyman will be Tucker's ap-
->nce at Temple Judea on
Sunday.
a o
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Knnball.
of the Terrace Towers, recently
eelehratcd their wedding anni-
vcrsarv with a dinner party at
the Cafe Jardin Sui-se in the
Roney Plaza Among guests
were son Dr Sanford C Kim
V-aM nnd li'< wife, the honoree's
brother and sister-in-law. the
Joseph Garsons here from Ak-
ron. () for the winter, and Jill
Jeffrie-. professional vocalist
from PHfoburghi now making
her home here .
Private dinnerparty hosted hy,
Mrs Lenore M Jacob-. 1130 Bay
Dr. with Mrs. E ward Broidy.
Mrs. Joseph Michaels Jr.. and
Mrs Harry Levinson for 80 of
Iheir friends on Sunday evening
in the Casanova Room of fhe
Deauville Show stars the tal
enled Sammy Davis .Tr
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Mrs. Milfon (Miriam i Sirkin i-
hack from a whirlwind tour to
New York and Atlanta where
-he attended important meetings
of the National Jewish Wellare
Board ... In Gotham, she par-
ticipated in a special national
committee meeting, and m the
Georgia capital. Miriam in her
capacity as president of the
group, conducted an executive
committee meeting of Ihe South
ern section of the JWB.
Temple Sinai Brotherhood
Brotherhood of Temple Sfhai -^
I lannirg a New Years Eve yf.J
Mir slated to begin at 9 pm. There I
v ill be*a'live band'for dancinj
lavois. noise makes and supper.j
In charge "f reservations at tno 1
temple office is DavM preen,
Hemophilia Unit
Meets at Beach
Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami
Beach will meet Jan. g at noon
al the Bel Aire Hotel.
International convention of the
National Hemophilia Organization
was held Dec. 7 and 0 m Wash*
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Beach Auxiliary represented by
Mrs. Delia Delancy, life presi.
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Mr- Delancy was eUcted to the i
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Janet Jacob Eyes June Rites
Joyce Stern, Allan Genauer Say Vows;
Groom is Graduate Student at Yeshiva U.
Joyte"Sfern and A'l;in Ccnauer
were married Sunday. Doc. 22. at
the nJiurille. Hot.-!.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Heath High School, is the rJatlgh-
lei of Rabhi ard Mrs. libur il,
Slern. 1061 Michigan Ave. She il
a graduate of Both Jac- >b Sem:n
ary and the Fashion Institute of
Technology of New York
The groom, a graduate of Ye-
ahiva University of New York, at-
tended the Karan B' Yavnah Ye-
hiva in Israel and is a graduate
hool student at Yeshiva Uni
ratty. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Genauer. oi Seat-
tle
Olfieiating clergyman was Rab-
bi Ahranam Weinschneider. the
brides grandfather, assisted by
ten rabbis and Rabbi Stern, the
bride's father, who i^ spiritual
leader ot Beth Jacob Congrega
tion
Matron of honor was Mrs Steph-
en Kc velaPQ, maid of honor,
Miss Tiki Slern, sisters ol the
bride. Bridesmaids were Linda
Genauer, Rad:asah Maidenbaum
and Yona Portish. Judy Stein was
minor hv.desmaiil and llower girl,
Rebecca Wettschneider.
Melvin Genauer was besl man.
Ushers were Stephen Kevelson,
Rabbi llirold Genauer, Marvin
Genauer, Jerry Abraham, Rabbi
Henry Book, and Rabbi Moidecai
Zeiti
The bridal gown of peau de oie
and alencon lace had a bodice of
alencon lace with Queen Ann neck-
line and long tapered sleeves.
Controlled skirt with detachable
^j^or-length train was trimmed Ann crown.
\. ith lace. Her veil was bouffant The couple will live in
Pioneer Women En Two Events
York City following their honey-
moon
Out-of-town guests at the wed
ding included the following:
Tex** Rabbi and .Mrs. Abraham
\V. lux liii.-i.l.--. lUbbl Shine) Welii-
poltni ilf-r. Mi>s Reheet-a VVelimi-hnei-
.....- nnl Mi- Simon l Innan
an I STI !..- m.- n.
N-W Y..ik- Mr. anil Mr- Si.m1i,--i
KtVflwm, Mr. .uni Mr* Nathan Kev-
'- M. Mr, Mt*r KeVelwin, Mrs. [tone
Ool n, Mr. Mclvtn flenniiM-, Mm
i c i Irona. Kii.i.i and Mi Ham
cl< nai-i-r. m Itena < nauei. Mi
Mil .hi : n ier, Rabhl and Mi v.
h in Kin.-.. Itabbl P, id nicn un,
P-ii.l i Ill i'n v i k. Mr il Mm.
Jirrit X'.r.-ililii-!-. Mr and Ms l.i.uis
i' hi 'i
Mr. il lid Mrs. AI Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs Wllllm Kanenet*. Mr and Sir*
i' in1- ;-. Mr. H si.ii honf. Mi and
Mm .lr y Abraham, Rabbi and Mrs.
An run K h -. Rabbi and Mm \for-
/. Il m -s HatMamah Ma len-
bnum, Mr \rs 1 Mnidetilinntn, Mi-s
Vona i-.M-h. Rabbi Hem-} Hook. Mr
IIPI) .-> I i '< r. Mi. Kiic.-n.- RnanwaKt,
Mis- MiH. rklirelber, Mr. Morrle
H n lea
Seattle, Wa-h. RabM and Mrs
irarolil : inn. r, Monhe Z. \ and
i li .n.i I. i i i n.in. Mb |. n i
C'linuer, Mrs Mela litittnlek, Mr. nnd
Mrn S Mi direr.
i in.i la Mr and Mi I W iirnei
n.....Ilia -Mr. and Mrs. II, n M (lar-
funkel.
A summer wedding is being
planned by Janet Jacob and Mar-
vin A. Sloanc, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sid Sloane, 5211 SW 4th St.
Announcement of the engage
went v.'as made at a reception in
the home of the future bride's par-
ents. Mr. ard Mrs. Michael Jacob,
I'iainfield. N.J.. on Saturday.
Nov. 30.
Mr and Mrs. Sloane. the pros-
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his sister Linda, a student at the
University of Florida, attended
the festivities in honor of the be-
trothed couple.
Now attending Berkeley Secre-
tarial School in East Orange.
N.J.. the bride-elect graduated
from Plainiield High and attended
ihe University of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Miami High, and attended Palm
Beach Junior College and the-Uni-
versity of Miami. He is now em-
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markets in Somerville. N.J.
1 be wedding will be held at the
Essex Hotel in Newark. N.I.. on
June 6.
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Friday. December 27. 1963
JIAN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK f*H >**WFI|im
Jean Redo was born in Cleveland. 0. As a child, she always
. : > harcoal or a paint brush in her hand. She studied
the Cleveland Museum ar.<; later went to the Cleveland School of
\ Shi met her husbandto-he. Jerome Rado. at a girls club mcet-
\ and a halt later, they moved to Atlanta to start their
D ried
.1,.. tioa wort consisted of being home with her ehil-
Barbara. who DOW has a daughter oi
her own Tent according to her Manny
loves that name', is the most ador-
. grandchild in the world. Son Stewart
.- -mi: v .'t Miami Beach High School.
When Jerome retired, and they moved
: vi years ago Jean first fell free to
delve into organizational work which involv-
> mmunity. Brandeis University Na-
,, ... mittee was the jumping
point with M;. Sinai Hospital's Women's
Temple Israel Sisterhood com-
.!. time. She be-
interested in the work of the V\om-
. Cancer League ol Miami Beach, devot-
ing much I h f.me there. Presently, she
is pre: Her enthusiasm tor what this
> has civile in providing specialized pieces
: equipment fur Mt. Sinai is infectious. It's
thai Jus! !...; the fund-raising luncheon for over
the i- ontainebkau H< tel
II -.err- a sname th.'t > ith her art background Jean has not
develop th She likes to knit and do needle point,
cookinj do sn't like to travel particularly, and enjoys reading
I | conversation Jean i- quiet and reserved, but when she
, is as if thi hi come out.
Strangel) eno-igh. unlike most wives whose hu.-bands have retired.
Jen trulj likes having a irw.n around the houseshe doesn't say
underfoot." He encouiw-e- her in her undertakings and. as she
ter breathlessly explain- it. he's her right hand. He has a keen
- -. oi humor Her- is dry. so they make a fine team.
Foot noteJerome still sends his Jean a Valentine every Valen-
tine's Da\.
-* *
THEIR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY
No wonder. The ^ue-ts at Joni and Stanley Tate's dinner party
v. e young, and t was a gay Saturday night. Wcstview Country Club
I, ds Itself to beiutiful parties. The table cloths at the tables for
eight wen red with black streamer- The centerpieces were tall trees
c me in red felt with red satin balls and gold leaves The same ar-
were on the buftet table. Joms dark beauty was en-
iced her white costume Among guest- were Helen and Sey-
mour Somerstein Jackie and Bun Halt. Gloria and Mort Feldman.
Evie and Herb Logan, Margie and Mortie Hill, Judy and Bernard
S derm an kfargi and Charles Dor.ner. Elaine and Jack Buncher,
F -aiie and Leon Garfield, (forma and Jack (iaines. Betty and Jerry
L< Ichuck Dr. and Mis David Levenson.

IN THE OLD DAYS
Progressive dinner partie.- used to he all the rage Maybe they
on the waj back again. Recently, there was one out at the
Mediterranean Apartment to celebrate a milestone birthday of Doris
i. Eckstein. First course, cocktails, was in the apartment
Ruth an.I Milt n Lesser. Next came the main course in the apart-
:t of Myrtle and Morton Greenwood. Desert and Coffee and the
celebration were in the apartment ol Gladys and Fred Bloom. Jim
K tmau Hoz had adorable posters made of the highlights of Dons"
lile, K">/ passed out weird musical in>truments to everyone so they
the verses written to 'Hey Look Me Over" Other guests
i.i Dells am! Maurj Glick and I.eona Schlesslngef.
HERE'S NEWS ,
Prom Chicago comes word that Saul Pohn, known to his many
ads here as Sonny, will soon be married to Joan Rieger Siden
s nny's sister, Esther Schwartz, and her husband, Sidney, are en
U) Chi ago. They're always commuting to Chicago, either
to see 'lie grandchildren belonging to Meta and Ronald Berger. or,
i -ee MM David and his girl, or ju.-t u see .1 it- colder or warmer
ii Chici ii One excu-e i- a- good as another
* *
JCIE DE VIVRE
It was as French a- possible at the Diplomat Country Club for
IN cocktail par;> given by Rosalie and Norman Arkin. Sparkling
;< intain- piddle-, -mall gay tables in cabaret style set the scene
te bereted and mucked musicians strolled about playing. All of
( Weinkle-. Arkir- an.I Taj lors were on hand. Guests included Mr.
;.-d Mr- Norman Rosen, Mr and Mr- Harold Jacobs. Edith and
Carl Lund] Manorie and Irving Cowan, the twin Rose doctors. Art
I trwin, with their wives, Rosemary and Mel Green, and Pearl and
Marty H

OH BOY
it- a good thing we don i have basketball season tickets. The
. BM at the Miami Beach Auditorium was terrific they say." All
Miami University team and the team from California did was
I run and make faces and drop the ball either in one basket or an-
i r Evident!) lots ol women. Including G 4die Rand. Sylvia Fried
D ileiier Sylvia Rose, Eileen Cain and Marion Frank were
< ntent to let their husband) twist their necks watching the game
Ibej weren't there But Mr. and Mrs Alexander Rubin, Mr.
Mr- Arthur Lowell. Dr and Mrs David Hendel. Judge and Mrs.
G asdey Pred, Mr and Mrs Marvin Zank. and Mr and Mrs. Harry
; nth seemed to be enjoying the game
Ruth Conn Weds
Michael Burney
Carrying her maternal grand-
mother's bridal prayer book, the
fermer -Paulette Ruth Conn be-
came the bride of Michael Alien
Burney in a blue and white wed-
ding at Temple Israel, on Tuesday
evening, Dec. 24.
Rabbi Joseph Narot performed
the double ring candlelight cere-
mony which was followed by a
reception and buffet dinner at the
Temple. Now honeymooning in
Nassau, the newlyweds will live
at 39 Santillane Ave.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El-
lard G. Conn. 4300 Royal Palm
Ave., the bride was attended by
her sisters. Barbara Conn and
Adelyn Conn, the bridegrooms
istcr. Barbara Burney. and June
August. Linda Matz was in charge
of the guest book.
For the 7 o'clock nuptials, the
bride wore a traditional floor
length gown with a very boutfant
skirt of peau de soie featuring
.. bustle in the back The fitted
ixidice of alencon lace, reembroid-
eied in seed pearls, was style.I
with a scalloped neckline and long
leeves to wrist point. The six
tiered French illusion fell from
i ira of seed pearls, and her
bouquet was of white orchids,
stephanotis and lily-of-the-valley
Now teaching at Hibiscus Ele-
mentary School in Miami, young
Mr.-. Burney is graduate ol
Miami Beach High, attended the
Universities oi Texas and Florida
and received a degree in educa
\ a
MRS. MICHAtl BURNtf
lion from the L'niversitj ol Miami
Her husbani i- iuntanl
with ii degree from the Univer
-,t> oi Miami He also at1
the I'nivorsin of Florida and is
., member of Pi Lambda Phi, soc
ial fraternity,
Son ol Mr. ami Mrs G<
Burney, 4920 SVi 64th PI., tne
11 idegroom was ervi b) Ronald
Kaler as besl man and Arthur
Lane, usher. His grandpai
Miami pioneer-, are Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Spector
Beth Sholom Rites
For Eidelsteins
Rabbi Leon Krom-h officiated
.i! the nuptial- uniting the former
Donna Susan Druker and Gar)
Philip Eidelstein on Wednesday,
Dec 25, at Temple Beth Sholom
Attended by Detra Cohen, the
bride cho.-e a ballerina length
gown of candlelight peau de soie.
Ii was fashioned with elbow-length
sleeves, scoop neckline and drap-
cg cummerbund with alencon
lace embroidered with seed pearls.
She carried white orchid- on her
confirmation Bible.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Har-
old E. Dniker. 1443 W 21-t St.
Sunset Isle 4. newly wed Mrs.
Eidelstein attended Boston Uni-
versity and the University of
Miami.
The briilegrom. an attorney, i-
Ihe son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice
Eidelstein, Of Rochester. NY. A
graduate of Syracuse Collegi ;
L..w. he also attended Rochester
Institute of Techno!,.-y
The 6 o'clock ceremony was
followed by a reception and din-
ner at the DUJdo Hotel On their
return from a honeymoon trip to
Na-sau. the young couple will live
in Hibiscus Island.
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The former Carole Getelraar. be
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Glasscr in a late evening cere
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; man N. Shapiro on Saturday.
Dec 21.
Held at the Barcelona Hotel
the wedding was loflowcd by a
reception. On their return from
a honeymoon trip through cajntra!
Florida, the newlyweds will i.\,
at 1029 NW 15th St.
A senior at Jackson Memorial
School of Nursing, the bride.i- .
Lraduate oi Miami Norland High
Her parents are Mr. and Mr* a
(ietelman. 1913 Galleon St., Vn.i-
ure I-land.
Son of Mr and Mrs Leo Glass-
er, M50 SW 18th Ave.. the bride-
groom i- in his last year at the
t niversity ol Miami School ol
Medicine A graduate of Miami
Senior High, he attended the I
sersiiies Of Miami and C
Attending the bridal couple
Mr- Jerilyn Kolt and Judy ].
Getelman, matron and maul ol
horor, Cheryl Ann Skakel. '.
Mann an I Arlene Rap;
i ruii'-maid-
Dr. Robert Michael G
-i i m-iI a- best man. ami -
men included David Got i
Jo< I.i'\ in and Roger Get)
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Homecoming reception was held
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noon for college student- of the
Temple Judea family
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Friday December 27. 1963
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THERE u.i- been a very defi
' n:- ctkange in la 'iiu..> n-
cut!, am: a teems to have
tome pun is- with surprising
wiftBi Social luactiora last
MSMIO featured Door-length for-
mal ma.nix .,- in exc< ptioo rather
than the rule This season the
situation hat ravened Itself, and
I be ft maJ trai d iia.- expanaeu to
becomi prevalent even at the in
forpia icia lathering in homes
\ti <;. .- Blall says the
sophos' eate l trend det
from tern set when the
K I a mil) was the First
i Bui the tendency to-
nalit) is also a trend
"Man) ol the
lat I havi saj -
Mrs. r* n are nol all the
still. mi...' type ot elegance
but tii pie, beautiful an ol u II
falirii Mrs. Gerson likes the
lull-li ..tii powns, ami feels thai
th< j ii i in to an even
iag.
Mr> Jerome Weinkle franklj
admiti tint she enjoyed getting
. up. "I always feel
dress* up aven in a short cock
tail go\ d, tut there is something
specie' about the graceful ele
gMKC if the longer gown," As
Mrs. .;. ck Popick e it. formal
should be worn nnlx al aopr
pnaU Hairs I h in hs< i
natr of tormai 'towns may
take l ay from the special ele
gaiiet .on feel ii the> are worn
too casually."

MRS Rlchai 1 Finks reactions
to the formal trend was.
"Marvelous'' Her impression i-
that "f ha\e been too informal
for to king Our furnishing!
in our homes have been severely
modi.'E. and our social dress and
ttiv;'i have earned through
with this pattern. This mort
elegant tren I should be continued
because it is one of the niceties
Of hie
The practical |]>*a of the fash
ion picture was added by Mrs.
Richard Stone. As most of the
longer gov ns are quite expen-
sive, she believes that women
will wanl to continue wearing
them. "There is a considerable
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Tarnish Preventive. Tarnish will be "locked out"
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Combination purchase of an 8-oz. bottle of
Hagerty Tarnish Preventive (regularly $2.98) and
a 7-ox. lar of Hagerty Silver Foam (regularly
$1.00) both for $2.98
t, N.f..l !* WwM't
Sril nm In lilrtr <'
/l/famtf-fly*
investment in this portion of the
wardrobe." Mrs. Stone loves
wearing the long gowns and
thinks the fashion change is won-
derful.
. *. *
lulRS. Rocky Pomeranee likes
" "the feminine feeling" that
comes with wearing the more
formal gowns. "After spending
most of the day in slacks the
change to a gown is even more
dramatic. Her attitude is: "The
more women wear long gowns
the more there are to enjoy the
feminine and festive feeling.
Besides, t really isn't that much
more difficult to dress up."
Men's formal wear is more
comfortable today than it was
in the past, so they don't mind
getting dressed along with the
women, is Mrs Pomcrance's
view. Simply getting dressed in
a more elegant and formal man-
ner beam- the evening with a psy-
chological mood that tends to-
wards a more pleasant time.
Silett, Frarkel
Off on Cruise
""Sailing on the Carmania, the
former Beverlj Frankel and liar
rj silett are on a West Indies
honeymoon cruise Ceremony
uniting the couple was performed
by Rabbi Irving Cohen on Satur-
day evening, Dei 21, at the Deau-
ville Hotel. A reception in the
Napoleon Room followed the nup-
tials.
For the wedding the bride se-
lected an empire sheath candle
Iil'1! matlisse gown fashioned with
( p neckline trimmed with crys-
tal bugle I c.ds and topped with
;. crystal beaded jacket. A pill
Attendants were Dolores Frank-
el. matron of honor, and Irving
Graff, best man.
Daughter Of Mr, and .Mrs. Isi-
dore Frankel. newlywed Mrs. Sil-'
etl earned a BA in economies at
Hunter College and was project
teacher in New York City's High-
er Horizon-, program, a Master's
degree equivalent.
A C'PA. the bridegroom received
a BA degree in business admin-
istratlon and an honorary doctor-
ate of laws degree at Florida \
Southern College.
Nowlyweds will live in the Palm
Beach Towers in Palm Beach,
where Silett maintains his of-
lice.
Poller, Friedman
Exchange Vows
Judith Marcia Friedman became
the bride ot Jan Mel Poller on
Saturday, Dec. 21. at the Diplomat j
Country Club, with Rahbi Max A.
Lipschitz officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Rhea Friedman. 1752 So.!
Glades Dr. and the late Jack
Friedman. The bridegroom's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Lou Poller.
9551 K. Broadview Dr.
Young Mrs. Poller attended the
University of Indiana and is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sor-
ority.
Her husband received a BS de-
gree in mathematics from the
University of Miami. Now presi-
dert of International Computing
Services in Miami, he previously
taught computer programming at
International Business Machines
Corp., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Following a honeymoon trip to,
the Caribbean, the newlyweds will'
live at 1885 NE 121st St.. Sans
Souci Island.
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Martin v
MRS. MARTIN BAlOff
Baloffs Will
Live in Miami
Westbrookc Country Club -wa*
the setting for the late afternoon
^redding of Elaine Diane Con-
stants and Martin Douglas Bal-
tfl on Sunday, Dec. 22. with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. A re-
ception and dinner followed the
ceremony.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Al Constantin, 5750
Twin Lakes Dr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Baloft. 11100 SW 62nd Ave.
Against a background of green
and gold, the bride wore a peau
do soie gown with long train, fea-
turing hand-sewn seed pearls on
bodice and sleeve-. She carried
white orchids on her confirma-
tion Bible and her mother's white
lece bridal handkerchief.
Maid oi nonor was Karen Hodor
and the four grandmothers served
as bridesmaids.
The bridegroom brother. Mat-
thew Baloff, was his best man,
and usher-- included Edward* Con-
stantin, Peter Baloff, Eric Baloff.
Ira Corliss. Eddie Trimas, Ira
Weiner and Lynn Feldman
v a sophomore al the Uni>
versitj ol Miami, the former Miss
Constantin is a graduate of Coral
i. bles li gti and a member of
s gma Delta Ti u, social sororitj
The brid< ;room, a 1963 alumnus
ol .Miami University, i- teaching
math al Hialeah High. He serves
presidt 11 his fraternity,
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Alter a honeymoon on Mil mi
ach, the newlyweds uill live at
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i
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Friday, December 27. 1963
Israeli Prisoners Report Bloody Syrian Atrocities
lERUSALKM UTA' Israel
11 take steps to insure the re
iin-of Li ineie Israeli priw
r bein-j held in Syria, it was
;J*xl here, following the ex
nange oi prisoners between Syria
rit l-iael Sunday, when the Da
lascu* Government released 11
~iw*?li prisoners lor 18 Syrians
eviously confined here.
The names of at least four Is-
,ilis still being held by Syria
iTe given to Israeli Government
iDjtiah by those v ho were releas-
I'by Syria. One I-raeli, accord
,' lo the freed prisoners, had
ien executed by the Syrians, and
nMher Israeli Has reported to
uVP committed suicide while be-
ta held by the Syrians. Some
thos<- who enme back reported
#y had been badly, inhumanely
iwted.
The prisoner exchange took
olace at 11:30 Sunday morning
Ittal time) over a small sel-
Jaen-used bridge over the Jor-
dan River at Bnot Yaacow, the
orly direct link between Israel
. and Syria. United Nations mili-
tary observers at work on tfie
Syrian-Israeli border use that
bridge as their route between
the two countries.
Under the eyes of UN observ
(is. the 11 Israelis and the 18 Syr
vr.s crossed over the bridge in
single, file. Ireluded among the
returned Israelis were three-
two firls and a manwho were ab-
ducted by the Syrians last July
\hen a boat in which they were
riding on Lake Tiberias founder-
ed. The boat had contained also
Ihree Belgian nationals. The Syr-
ians released the Belgians in a
few days, but held on to the Is-
raelis.
The prisoner exchange followed
long, drawr-out negotiations, car-
ried on by the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization
and by the Israel delegation at the
I nitcd Nations. Last August.
rtadioman's revenge is achieved by WINZ personality Al
l^eibert as part of the action in "Anniversary Waltz," while
Hope (Mrs. Rocky) Pomerance is satisfactorily horrified. Tem-
ple Emanu-LT Players, directed by Trixie Levin, are present-
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of the Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, on Dec. 28. Featured as
daughter Debbie is Wendy Unger.
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hlef ol start of the UNTSO. had
ioposed that both countries ex-
har.ge prisoners as a step toward
a*ing of tension-. Later, the
resident of the Security Council
nd UN Secretary General U
"hant voiced similar appeals.
The Israeli delegation at the
United Nations has been pressing
lor completion of this exchange
lor months, many conferences hav-
ing been held on this issue between
.Michael S. Comay. Israel's perma-
nent representative at the UN,
with Mr. Thant and with Dr. Ralph
J. Bum-he, UN Undersecretary for
Special Political Affairs.
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, reported on the
prisoner exchange at the week-
ly meeting of the Cabinet, and
voiced high praise for the
"special efforts" to bring about
the exchange made by Ml*.
Thar.t and Dr. Bunche. Pre-
viously, the Foreign Ministry
also thanked Col. Wilkinson, the
chairman of the Israeli-Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission,
for his participation in the long
negotiations.
The returned prisoners, when
rroseted prior to rejoining
tbeir families, complained of cruel
treatment in Syria during their
imprisi nmert there one of them
;.id that he would go on a hum
Mesitva Picnx
Slated Sunday
Women < I Mesivta senior high
chool will hold their annual pic
nic on Sunday starting at 1 p.m.
Refreshments, games and prizes
trill be featured at the event to
be held on the school grounds,
1021 Biarritz Dr., Normandy [sle,
Arrangements committee are
Mrs Lrwin D Makovsky and Mrs.
Phillip Jacoby. All proceeds go
to aid the Mesivta Scholarship
Fund.
ger strike until assured that the
Syrian atrocities would be inves-
ligated--Jy the -Tinted- Natiotrs:
Medical examinations of the pns
oners indicated that some ol them
may have to be sent to mental in
stitutions and that some have
been so affected by the cruel
treatment they received that they
may have to be confined to men
tal hospitals lor the rest Ol their
lives,
Itzhak Haralel, ore oi the freed
prisoners, described some of the
Syrian atrocities. He said prison
era were subjected to electric
Shock treatment, being badly burn-
ed in the process. Some Israelis.
he said, were forced to crouch in
side an automobile tire which was
wheeled around the prison court-
yard. Another was placed in a
cell containing hungry dogs.
The ex-prisoners named the
Israeli who had been murdered
by the Syrians Maurice Han-
ak, whom the Syrians had ac-
cused of "security crimes."
They said another Israeli, Jos-
eph Shmeih, had attempted sui-
cide several times but was sav-
fcrf, .by fallpwpjivOTV*,- **, .
chem Menacho, another Israeli,
captured in 14, reportedly
died of hunger and torture in
prison.
One of Ihe returnees Avraham
Da-kal, captured 12 years ago. is
on the verge of a mental break-
down. Two of the former pris-
oner were in such a state of
shock that they could not even
give their own names. United
Nations observers watching tfce ex-
change -aul of the Israeli rrturn-
ees: "We i< ver saw such a brok-
en group oi people."
According to reports here, "Is-
rael is considering approaching
international organizations in con-
nection with the Israelis still be-
ing held in Syria and with re-
specl to the cruel treatment gi\
en those who came back Sunday
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Fifth Annual Israel Cavalcade of Stars
[To Feature Top Roster of Performers
Some of Israel's greatest artists
lv- ill appear for a one and only
[concert this season at Miami
(Beach Auditorium on Sunday even-
ing, Dec. 29, 8:30 p.m.
The Israel Cavaka.c of Stars.
unnually sponsored here by the
.rcater Miami Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America,
lill present one of the most ex
itins performances of Israeli in-'
roational and classical entertain-
r-.ent ever brought here.
Among the many exciting artists
Scheduled to appear are:
GeuU Gill, Israel's new sing-
lg star, v ho moves from one
inguagc to another with enviable
mlity. She has appeared several
imes on the Ed Sullivan Show and
Johnny Orson's Tonight Show
ie is a native-born Israeli, whose
rpertoiri: i in 16 different Ian-
Mages. Miss ('.ill first rose to
inn- as a M:ir In Israel's well
pwrl Military Group. Her ree-
ls ;ire among the top sellers in
bel toda;. and she recently com-
ted ;i hew recording with Theo
\q Bikcl
Edna Michell, noted Israeli
bin t, a nathe ol Tel Aviv, mho
Inn in perform at the age ol
\ iraduate ol the Tel \u\
>t on a scholarship arranged by
htdi Menuhin, Her selecti ins
11 i avalcade ol Stars will tea
rks by Ravel, Bloch and
nk.
Oshra Elkayam, prominent
prir;i she is graduate >>t
Martha Graham Schools and,
urd School of Music. Miss
i>am toured the United States
the 'Noam" Israel folklore
and the Kinneret Group.
|lias ;ii-o appeared In
and hotels throughout the
IS
Ami GiUd, outstanding ti
iccordionist, has appeared
with the Sitbra Dance Team mil
given concerts throughout the
country with Shoshana Damari.
Sharon Duo, native-born Is-
raelis, noted for their folk dames,
loured around the world with the
National Folk Ensemble of Israel.
This will Le their first appear-
ance in the South.
Orar.im Zabor Trio, veteran
performers on television, in night
dubs and concert. Their presen-
tation here will include folk songs
of more than a dozen countries.
Their achievements have been
hailed at Town Hall in New York,
V'ordoun Hall in Boston, and Phil
harmonic Hall of Los Angeles.
They have also appeared in the
Blue Angel. Village (late and
Viennese Lantern m New York.
Larry Bot, favorite Road-
way humorist, whoso appearances
n.elude Copacahana in New York
and the Riviera Hotel in Las
\ i ,i' w i ll ;> the Americana,
Eden Roc and Deauville l< cally.
Tickets for Ihe fifth annual
Cavalca i I Stai n Dec 23 ore
a\ ailabli a! Mi imi Beach \
ium or Zionist I tioh I
America 1370 W shii ton \\ < .

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Monci Lisa Room
In Spcctcl Mor'j
:ii ill the
Eden R 11 i- offi ring an t
I., cat prepared bj special
! Ids !- a "first" in hotel
dining .it' i isphi re, a< i irdir
hotel executives
The Mona i.i>a feature; the con-
i : tal violin group ol Morry
King and in- Stradivarius. The
group's repertoire covers music
i na:e languages, rang-
ing from "Missouri Waltz" to
Hava N'Gilla "
The Mon i Lisa Loun se features
Herb George, wl o sin js and plays
htlj i t Hive
the i i id tiers Sat-
i .*;.. kith two oi
rkestra .. '! Sundaj -bore din-
er
Mai 'l comii Nip
-.\ R..- ,\ill share Ihe Si
dear's lilli I al '
peii.
- piazia ombines op<
background with the supper i
tussell ha appeared
-.Mi NTJC's Tonight" Show,
Harry's Vmerican Bar will fea
ture the songs snd comedy of
Belle Barl I and the rhythms of
Escobar and his Latin orches
tia 9 T
Free Hebrew Lessons
Harvey i ee Hebrew Club, ol
1511 SW Sth Ave.. Miami, is now
offering instruction in modern
Hebrew for beginners, interim1-!
iates and advanced students. Les-
sons are scheduled day or night
for any i | student, and are all
free of Charge.
Margaret and Paul Brown
NEW OWNERS of
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and LOUNGE
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GlUtA Gilt
Beach Hadassah
Review Series
Firsl in ;i series ol live book
11 iev sporsoi.-.i by the Miami
I ler ol Hadassah is
le I for Mondaj. l :30 p m .it
ihe All iers ll tel
r lie".. HO
: Israel : it fi om the
Herl cri R i*e u 11 i
cd '. Y( H Do an I Damnc I
n You !>n:.'t." bj Mai ster
n
i it ki ts f ir th el ie may be
obtained from Mrs. Hai rj PlatorJ
Beach High Class
Of '53 Reunion
Miami Beach Hlgb School, class
oi 1353, is holding its firsl re
union >on Saturdaj evening at
\\ a hingti n Federal i t\ Inj and
Loan Auditorium, i_':'i Washington
Ave
Evening will feature a dance
bi d an I refreshmci ts. bul hi
of the gel together II be
: and .....Ilecti ns ol former
events,
Atl i Mas 11 en,
: 1 ihe cli -- ol 953, now
ti rnej in Hialeah; Dr Ed
; Weiss, class artisl v ho did
the draw ings for the 1 ai
k; and Class Queen, the for
n 1 r Lillian Gillman, now Mrs 1
Reunion committee 1- headed ii>
Ilagen and includes Joseph C. Se
gor and Marcia Jervis Kanner.
Kimbali Runs
For Mayor's Seat
Leonard Kiirrh'all. 52-yV;fr -Wlrt-
Councilman of the City of North
Miami, has qualified in the race
lor the new office of Mayor of
Darle County.
Elected four times by the vot-
ers ol North Miami. Kimhall serv-
ed two terms as vice mayor.
His supporters say "he is recog-
nized as the leader in bringing to
North Miami its model city char-
ter, a mayor-council form of gov-
ernment, a city-wide sewer sys-
tem, evil service, municipal swim-
ming pooN. libraries, sidewalks.
modern street lighting, recreation-
al areas and numerous public im-
provements approved at refer-
endums which he demanded and
v on."
A resident of Dar'e County for
19 years, Kimbali formerly serv-
ed as secretary of the Board of
Directors of Temple Beth Shol-
om. He founded the North Dade
Jewish Center and is now sn
active member of Temple Sinai
cf Ncrth Dade.
K mball's lifi li .: it icn 1 1
art and oil 1
1 I him t ) an
indows in the s; ...
: .ledical Ccntei
de ac
claim for hi 1 rati
bi [i re Ha sssah ani
on these masterp si
At the University of Michigan,
".lure he received his Bachelor ol
\rt> and law degrei s, Kind.all won
man> priz for debating and pub
he spei kit
m as formerly city att irney
for Opa-locka, chief food enforce-
ment atti rney for South FI 11 li
in the Office of Price Administra-
tion, ard an instructor in Busi-
1 ess Lav at the University of
Mia mi.
1' is a member of the Boar I
f D rectors oi Ihe Welfare PI in
1 Council ol Dade Count}.
chairman oi the Industr I Dev<;
opment Committei ol Xorth Mi-
IfONA'D KIHIHAU
ami, past vice president of t
Keystone Optimist Club. p.
1 h -id- lit 1 the Keystone l'oi i
Homeowneri Association.
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Kinneref Chapter
Cncniika Party
Kim er I ( hapter oi Mizrat
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1 thi es Hall, :i7:;7 Bit
Rd i" was highlight*
..i'i entertainment, games ai
dan< :.
In (bar e ol t itions w
' Irs. x';.'. im W( isman, chairmi
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Friday, December 27, 1M3
Mrs. Leonard Rosen (right) discusses advances on the Givat
Ram campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with Ber-
nard Cherrick, executive vice chairman of the Board of Gov
ernors, during a recent visit to the university, while Mrs.
Fanny Rosen looks on. Board member of the Women's Divis-
ion of the Friends, Mrs. Leonard Rosen, anticipates meeting
Cherrick again when he is in Miami at the Woman of the
Year luncheon Friday.
College Students Interested in Hebrew U
To Attend Friends Award Lunch Friday
Among those attending the Wom-
an of the Year luncheon of the
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Friend.c of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, according to Mrs. Max
Weitz. chairman of the gala event.
will be many college students in
the Greater Miami area for their
winter vacations.
Interest in the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem on the part of
students enrolled in American
universities promote young people
to participate in an event where
the speaker, Mrs. Joan Comay,
v ill report on some of the lat-
ent developments at Israel's great
institution ot higher education.
According to Mrs. Samuel Sim-
onholf, president of the Women's
Division, the program for the Fri-
day noon ward luncheon honor-
ing Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
at the Fontainebleau Hotel will
be attende.i by groups represent-
ing many of the local organiza
lens in v.hich Mr- Meyers is
active, including ORT. Jewish
Home for the Aged, Brandeis L'ni
versity, Madassah, Council of Jew
ish Women, Jewish War Veteran.'
Auxiliary, Technion. Deborah and
many others.
In recogniton of Mrs. Meyers'
service as a member of the Dade
County School Boar.i. Superinten-
dent of Public Schools Joe Hall
Mid chairman of the Board ol
Public Instruction Mrs. Lyle Rob-
erts will be seated at the dais.
Bernard Cherrick. vice chair
man of the Board of Governors ol
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, will attend the Dec. 27
luncheon, and bring greetings
Demonstrating her admiration for
the State of Israel and her inter-
est in the accomplishments at (he
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Joan field, noted violinist, will
present a musical bouquet to the
iioi oree,
man of the Award Com
nittee for the noon luncheon i-
ilrs Jack S. Popick. *
Beth Shirah
Hears Cantata
Nursery and kindergarten of
Temple Beth Shirah this week
presented an original cantata,
t'hanuka Land'' under the super-
vision of Mrs. Jane Schulman,
i supervisor.
They were assisted by Mrs.
Dena Parent, Mrs. Lillian Stein,
Mrs. Pat Krohngold and Mrs.
Lucille Taub.
Rabbi Morris Skop extended
greetings ti> the gathering. Ber-
iard Friedland is education chair-
man of the Advisory Council.
Participating were Craig Zim-
mctt. Kenneth Schulman. Susan
Wynne. Steven Radoff, Evan Aid-
nan, Robert Smukler. Carol Mil-
ler, Paul Schneider. Ellen Gold-
Stein, I.ynn Cohen.
Neal Sehaecter, Andrea Colin,
Debra Kronemer, Debbie Liebling.
Cindy Cinnamon, David Singer.
Cathy Kaiser, Marjorie Baros.
Debbie Taub. Carolyn Friedman.
Nina Brite. William Altfield, Jill
Kramer.
David Ghezzi, Steven Feldman.
Kyle Resichan, Michael Stein. Ken
ton Friedman, Lloyd Appelbaum.
Ronald Nadel. Marc Abramovitz.
Sruce Klein. Brad Symens, Perry
Martin. Lexa Roscan. Marcia
Radoff. Debra Frank. Audrey
Krohngold. Jeri Cain.
As the first series of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's Adult Edu-
cation Program draws to a successful close, the Planning Com-
mittee meets with Dr. Irving Lehrman to map out the program
for the next series beginning Ian. 7. Seated (left to right) ate
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. coordinator; Dr. Lehrman; Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, Sisterhood president. Standing are Mrs. Thomas Trent
and Mrs. Isidore Lorber, co-chairmen.
Seniors to Meet With Their Rabbi
1,000 Attend Dedication Ceremonies
Of Jewish Home for the Aged Expansion
Some l.ooo communal leaders
Joined in the dedication of Ablin
Memorial Expansion, including
the Louis and Helene Bresler Ad-
ministration Wing, Baron and Pol-
ly de Hirsch Meyer Pavilion and
Henry L. and May Heymann
Pavilion, at the Jewish Home lor
the Aged on Sunday.
Judge Irving Cypen. president
o! the Home, Introduced 'he pro-
gram. Arthur S. Rosichan. execu-
tive director of the Greater
M arm Jewish Federation, and
John R. Ring, president Of the
United Fund, both of whom an
nually support the work of the
JHA. delivered greetings. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El. delivered the invocation.
Sidney Spec tor, administrator
of Hie Housing and Home Fi-
nance Administration in Wash-
ington, spoke at the dedication
ceremonies, which increased the
capacity of the Home from 110
to 216 residents. He praised the
Home at Douglas Gardens as
"on* of the country's foremost
institutions that has led the way
in pioneering in facilities and
service to the aged."
"The concept ot the Ablin Pavi-
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works
wonders
BUITONI
MARINARA SAUCE u
linn with its outstanding medica!
and nursing facilities is that ot
the restoration of our aged loved
ones to health, to a normal life,
and in many cases a return of the
elderly to the community." Spec-
lor declared.
"You are among the leaders in
the concept that we hope some
day to see all homes for the aged
practice," he said. "You are a
social, recreational and health
i nter that inhibits the resident's
deterioration and makes the fu-
ture years pleasurable and im-
portant to the individual.."
Spector said there are now 18,-
ooo.uoo persons over 65 in the
country, with the group over-85
il.e fastest growing of any in the
nation. "Enough housing units
for 150.000 oldsters now exist,"
in said. "The construction of
these quarters has taken place in
the last two and one-half years
more than in the past five years
combined."
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
man of the JHA-Federation Devel-
opment Fund Committee, paid
tribute to the men and women of
the community who helped make
the Ablin Memorial expansion pro-
gram a reality, and to the men
and women whom he called "our
splendid humanity" for their ded-
ication to the aged.
He also praised the Women's
Auxiliaries of the Home, "which
helped to make it the largest non-
! i lit institution of its kind in
the South." Leaders of the Auxil-
iarj cited were Mrs. Sol Silver-
man and Mrs Lawrence Silver
man. of Greater Miami Auxiliary;
Mrs. Stanley If. Beckerman, Hol-
hwood Auxiliary; Mrs. Barthold
Strauss, Junior Auxiliary; and
Mrs. Jack Morgenstcin. Miami
Auxiliary.
New Year's
At Doral Beach
Doral Beach Hotel, on the Ocean
at 48th St., Miami Beach, will
celebrate New Year's Eve in these
facilities of the hotel:
Starlight Roof, featuring
filet mignon dinner, dancing to
the music of Mai Malkin and his
orchestra; Lisa Hall, vocalist; and!
Zatura and his Golden Strings.;
Gift photographs w ill go to each I
celebrant.
Starlight Bar. adjoining the
Starlight Roof, offering a com
maud view of the sky and city
Shell Lounge, swing head-;
quarters, ieaturing Damita Jo,
Singer; Luis Varona, Latin macs
tro.
e Shell Bar, adjoining the
slull Lounge, where Damita Jo
may be seen.
Mediterranean Room, filet
mignon dinner, favors and festi-
vities.
At the Doral Hotel and Coun-
try Club, one mile west of the
36th St. exit of the Palmetto By-
pass in Miami, the Conquistador
Room will feature a filet mignon
dinner and dancing to the music
of Yal Olman.
Continuing with a practice be-
gun two years ago. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will meet with Ten
pie Menorah's high school seniors
in a special breaklast-withthe
rabbi on Monday.
The annual seniors' breakfast
has been instituted in order to
give the seniors a chance to re
new their acquaintance \ I their
spiritual leader.
Joel Rcinstein, son of Mr and
Mrs Louis Reinstein. Miami Beach
High senior, will be chairman of
the seniors breakfast thai year,
and will help to lead ir. 'he dis-
cussion on "Is Anti-Sr-'nitism
Dea; V
Picasso on View Here
James David Gallery, in con
junction with the Kootz Gallery.
Madison Ave., N.Y., is exhibiting
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*.#Pt7fl rUririi^r
idol Directors
jdy Program
Accreditation
tort of Jewi-h schools held
KinVr *wwe*t4iW rtie?etinej fit
eau of Jewish Educatioi *i*^jftC^^r\
day under the direction of
ihwartzman. Bureau exec-
lirector, to discuss the Bu-
(new accreditation program.
program sets up specific
rations for accreditation in
Sunday School and He
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check lists oi qualifications
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Page 13-B
BB Youth Win
Convene Friday
Gleiherman Speaks
Dedication of the new American flagpole at the Hebrew
Academy in Miami Beach brings together (left to right) New
York philanthropist, Morris Morgenstern; 16th annual schol-
arship dinner honoiee, Jacob Cohen; and Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal. Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern. founders of the
Hebrew Academy, dedicated the flagpole in memory of the
late President John F. Kennedy. A special prayer was writ-
ten and read by Mrs. Mortimer Burton, chairman of the Social
Studies Department.
Max Glciberman, executive sec-
retary. Southern District of the
Seventy members of Aleph Zadik Workman's Circle, and teacher at
, Aleph and B'nai lii ith Girls, rep- |lu, L peretz School discuss-
| resenting 32 chapters in the B'nai ,,, Abraham Raisin on the l Until Y-uith Organization^ oj, >nniversatj 0f his deaUfcJt JutS-
Greater Miami, Witt a member- (i;iv evenjng a< the school.
ship in over 1,000 high school stu-
dents, will join another 100 BBYO
member- lioin the various cities
in Florida, at a convention in
Camp Ocala, Umatilla, Fla., from
Dee i'T to 31, it was announced
b) Eli Hurwitz, chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Committee [or
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Theme for the four-day event
Will be "Jewish Identity and Re-
sponsibility." and the issues the
young people will deal with include
"Civil Liberties and the Problem
ol Discrimination." "Israel." "The ii' cooperation with the State of
Synagogue," "Genocide." "United Florida.
Nations and World Peace," "Pray- J(jd WaUaCe is a 1959 grad-
er and Bible-Reading in the Pub- ., ()f ,njvi.rsltv of Mlami
lie Schools." and General Educa- ;m Sch(l0| p ,)Ptamo a c.tu
lion." fied Public Accountant in 1957.
Gue-t speaker will be Dr. Dud- Born in Passaic, N.J., the 28-year-
ley DeGroot, of the Sociology De- ,,|,j candidate moved here in 1950.
partmem at Rollins College,
Judge Wallace
Eyes Commission
Judge Milton .1 Wallace is run-
ning in the county wide Jan. 28
race for Metro Commission in Dis-
trict 6.
Appointed a City of Miami Judge
in January, lfx>2. his supporters
say he founded the City of Miami
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program
education directors also
plans for the annual In-
tel Combined Jewish Ap-
lly to be held in Feb-
1W4. Regulations for the
t'% annual Hebrew Vocabu-
lee" and inter-school Es-
Contest were also dis-
and deadlines set for ap-
bns.
hireau has published a
undatyrj Hebrew word
Jed m connection with
lii'i'w Vocabulary "Bee
|emchts for the National Emanu-EI's annual Homecoming the students at the informal buzz
Btest were also distribut- Brunch and Sabbath session.
Students attending unlverities Friday evening services will be pamphlet series published by the
|fiI?f-school Keren Ami .ill over the nation were to con- dedicated to the homecoming col- B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
scheduled to meet at gregate at the Temple on Thurs- legians, some of whom will parti- other resources are published by
The convention will be convened
b) William Kllenbeiii. Zion chap
tor ol A/.A. Miami: Louise Hilsen-
rad, member of BBC chapter in
Jacksonville, now residing in
Miami: Ronald Rothberg. Tampa:
Plans ;n <:- way for Temple Dr. Irving Lehrman was t" greet and Nancy Weinberg, Gainesville.
Basic resources for the conven-
tion will include the Judaism
Homecoming Set At Emanu-EI
day for the Homecoming reunion cipate in the service.
Last year, he presided at the
trial of Roger C. Foss and Gene
Shalander, members of the Amer-
ican Naii Party, who were sen-
tencec" for picketing the head-
quarters of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Judge
Wallace offered to reduce their
sentences if they wrote out the
Declaration of Independence and
Constitution 100 times in long
hand.
A licensed Metropolitan Dade
Countv building contractor since
held for both AZA and the BBC.
in athletic-, oratory and story-
telling.
|n on Sunday.
'atient Physical Therapy At Jax Manor
|tjng a new outpatient ed on an individual basis for pat- Individual walkers and parallel
in which physical ther- unts and residents, .. bars are utilized for other reha-
facilities, will be made "We consulted many people in bilitation exercises
to nonresidents. Jack |he medical protession concerning -This is the finest facility of
Nursing Home has tak what should be included in our j(l. tVDe | nave ovor seen." said
tr step in bringing medi- Physio Therapy Rooms." said Miss' villaceces. who attended the
lance to South Flondians. ( harles F.. Gottlieb, president of National School of Nursing, the pie Zamora. will lecture over urer of the Symphony Club, and
Lthc supervision of phv J**eM Manor, unique among National School of Physical Ther- WCKT, Ch. 10, on Friday, Dec. also has affiliations with the Flor-
oist Marti Villavece's U"ta8 homes in its proximity to apv an(, ,ho Frank|m D. Roose i 27, and Jan 3, 7 a.m. The "Give ida. Dade County, American Bar
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the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
In addition to the basic theme !i)58 jie f0unded the Perine Com-
lor the meeting, contests will be panw
Judge Wallace is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Wallace, of Surf-
side, active members of Temple
Ner Tamid.
Rabbi Brooks to Lecture Hc Mongs t0 tne Rotary Club
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Tern- Chamber of Commerce, is treas-
r ed by the Rabbinical Assn.
of CPA's.
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fJewisli FkridUain
Friday. December 27. 1963
/)a/* <^Sriitzvah
Martin Spilka
Qc Saturdaj morning, Doc. 28.
.^tin Spilka will be Bar Mil/
,ih at Temple Israel oi Greater
iiami, with Dr. Joseph Narot of-
cialnig.
lartin is an eighth grade stu-
ent at Palmetto Junior High. An
.tstanding athlete, he plays base
ill. basketball, ami football and
a member of Youth Center
BBS.
Member ol a pioneer family, the
lebrant is the son of Mr. anil
rs. Martin Spilka and grandson
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth.
His grandparents are charter
embers ol Temple Israel, where
-.e]r daughter, Mlll'cent (Mrs.
as a member of one
the fii'-t confirmation classes
Following the ceremony, the
ar Mitzvah will be honored bj
- parei I al Klddush.
*
Mark Levenson
Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
. iate al the Bar Mitzvah ol
.'ark. .-on oi Mr. and Mrs. James
Levenson, on Saturdaj morn-
g, Dec 28, al Temple Emanu-El
In the eighth grade at Nautilus
.inior High, Mark is a member
. the Science Club and reservi
and. He is interested in fish-
g, bowling and tennis
.Mark- grandmother, Mrs. In
/Windy Mitr.ick Lidia tpelbaum
June Hess
Robin forman
g Befler, will be here from New
". irk City for the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
a luncheon at the Deauville
. tel following the ceremony,
Stephen Gillinan
On Saturdaj morning, Dee. 28,
J :.bbi Mordecai Podet will offic-
ie al the Bar Mitzvah ol steph-
.1 B.. son oi Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
illman. 501 San Scrvado, during
...-vices at Temple Judea.
A ninth grade student at Ponce
. inior Huh. the celebrant has
M blue ribbons for horseback
ling and jumping, and is a mem-
er of the Hunter and Jumper
ssn He plans o continue his re-
gious education
Dr. and \Irs G illman will host
e Kiddush In Stephen's honor.
June Hess
June Lisbetb, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs David lies-. 40 NW 171st
St., will celebrate hr Bas Mitz-
M at Teih Torah Congregation
n Friday evening. Dec. 27. Rab-
Max A Lipschitz will officiate.
A seventh grade honor roll stu-
c-nt at North Miami Beach Jun-
r High, June plays clarinet in
'-be school band and is a member
the Young Judaea Organiza
:on of Beth Torah. She plans
i continue her Hebrew educa-
tion,
The Bas. Mitgvah will be hon
oied at an Oneg Shabbat following
the ceremony and ai a receptioi
and dinner at the Algiers Hoti
oi> Sunday at 7:::u p.m.
Mindy Mitnick
Bas Mitzvah *>' Mindy, daugh-
hi of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mit-
suk. will be celebrated Saturday
morning. Dec. 28, at Temple
Emanu El. Dr. Irving Lehrman
>< ill officiate.
In the eighth .made at Ida M.
Fisher Junior High, the celebrant
is in the National Junior Honor
Society an bas been on the Honor
Boll since she started school.
Mindy i- a member of the Temple
Emanu-El I layers Group, has ap-
peared in many of the plays giv-
en by the organization, and is now
active in the l.-Y
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Sunday afternoon
.:; her borne.
Charles Belsky
or Saturday morning, Dec 28,
Charles, son ol Mr, and .Mrs. Fred-
crick Belsky, will be Bar Mitz-
vah, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiating at Temple Zion.
Charles, an eighth grade Stu-
dent at V.V-l Miami Junior High
School, is a Hebrew High School
Student and plans to continue his
ktudies in the Temple Zion con-
firmation class.
Mark Goodman
Mark, BOD Ol Mr and Mrs. Jack
Goodman, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Moshe Congregation
on Saturdaj morning. Dec. 28
Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Hy-
man Fein will officiate.
A student of the Beth Moshe
Hebrew School the celebtant at
tends Thorn;.- Jefferson Junior
High.
A Kiddush in Mark'- honor will
follow the services ii Popiel Sot
,.1 Hall, and a dinner dance will
irdi ) evening al I ie
5 Center-
Toby Marlin
Fridi y evening, Dec, -7.
..., gl a : ol Mr. ai.d Mrs
rb Marlin, and granddaughter
Max (;. Mahler
end Mr and Mrs, Harry Marlin.
v ill be 11.i- Mitzvah at Temple
Zion.
Rabbi Allied Waxman will of-
ficiate. Toby, an eighth grade
iiki.i.i ai Ponce Junior High
School, plans to continue her stud-
ies in the Temple Zion confirma-
tion class,
Richard Horowitz
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Horowitz, 8350 Byron
Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Net Tatnjd on Saturday
I,., ruing Dec. 28.
The celebranl i- a student at
Temple N School and Nautilus .Junior High
School His father i- treasurer <-i
Temple Ner Tarn id.
Rabbi Eugene Labovltz will of-
ficiate, and a recaption will follow
services.
-
Robin Forman
Robin Beth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Max Forman. 1H25 SW
85th Ave., will celebrate her Bas
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom. on
Friday evening, Dec. 27.
services conducted by Rabbi Sam-
uel April
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High. Robin Beth
was recently elected to the Na-
tional Junior Honor Society. She
plays clarinet in the school con-
cert and marching band.
/
martin Spilka
lee Syrop
Mark Lcvemon
Aaron Craber
Aniy Tepperbcrf
Fallowing services. Mr. and
Mrs. Forman will host the Oneg
Shabbat, -n.d a dinner receptio.i
at Temple Or Olom on Saturday
evening in their daughter's hon-
oi.
Aaron Graber
Rabbi Max Shapiro will ofliciate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Jos
iph Graber on Saturday morning.
Dec. 28. during services at Beth
Kodesh.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs Albert Craber. 1919 SW
17th Si and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Reich and Mrs. Gussic
Graber.
Aaron will be honored at the
in:c- Shabbat on Fridaj nighl and
at the Kiddush following the cere-
monj.

Andrew Tepperberg
Andrew David Tepperberg will
become Bar Mitzvah during Sat
uiday morning services, Dee 28.
at Agudath Israel Hebrew In-n
lute, with Rabbi Isaac llir.-h
Ever officiating.
A seventh grade student at
Parkway Junior High, the cele-
branl received his Hebrew cduca-
Uon at the Institute- Hi ligious
Si hoi A member of the ad-
vanced Research Art Group, An-
drew hi- received numerous
award- and honor certificates in
art. 11 ir- hobbies are binl-watch-
:r.d {rowing African violets.
Parents ol the Bar Mitzvah are
Mr and Mr- l e Tepperb
7746 Carlyle Ave. His grandpar-
ents, Mr and Mr- Harry Tepper-
berg, are member--of the syr.a-
ie and i n '.lie board oi the
OrthooV \ \ kashruth ol
Flo: id.,
i the ceremony, a re
ceptioi A'iU b< liven in v 11
honoi
Lidia Epelbaum
Bas Mitzvi h ol Lidia, daugh
ter ot Mr ; i.d Mr-. Sholem Epel
baum, was celebrated Saturday
morning, Dec. 21, al Temple
Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehr
man officiating
An advanced student in all sub
jects, Lidia i- a sixth grade -tu
dent at Central Beach Elementary
School. She al-o Studies piano,
and her hobby i- stamp-collect-
ing
A reception at the Embassy Res-
taurant (Allowed the cercnion;.
David Slachter
Saturdaj morning services, Dee.
:s at Temple Beth Shirah will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of David
Slachter, with Rabia Morn- A
skop officiating.
David is an outstanding student
in the dailj Hebrew School
Mr aid Mrs. Leo Slachter
12330 SW 89th Ave.. will honor
their son at the Kidhish follow-
ing the ceremony.
-- i
Lee Syrop
I.ee Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Syiop. will become Bar
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officiate.
In the seventh grade at Shenan
doah Junior High. I.ee en.ji.y-
horseback riding, rifle shooting
boating and tennis.
Mr and Mrs. Syrop will honor
their son with a Kiddush follow
ing services.
Howard and Jonathan Carmel
Howard Steven and Jonathan
Ira, -on.- ot Mr. and Mr- .lack
Carmel, 2253 Keystone Blvd Kej
stone l't.. will be p.ar Mitzvah al
Beth Torah on Saturday evening
Dec. 28. K bl i Max Lipschitz will
officiate,
Howard is in hi- thirl term at
Slant on Militarj Academy, Vlr
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tarj competition.
Jonathan l a junior cadet in
Admiral Farrajjul Academy. St.
Petersburg, Fla. His irtire-t-
..,-,- chess, basketball and bowl-
in
Mr and Mr- Carmel will hon-
or their soil- at a butfet dinner
following the srrv ui-
Jerry Kaufman
Jerrj Raymond, son of Mr. and
Mr- Harry Kaufman. 39'>5 NW
!th St., will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah during services conducted by
Rabbi Davi RosenfeW at Flagjer-
Granada on Saturday morning,
Dec 28
The celebrant is a student a:
Kinloch Park Junior High and m
Flagler-Granada Religious School.
Mr and Mr- Kaufman will host
,i reception at Biscay nc Terrace
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Page 15-E
e-School Seminar Slated
tails of the annual Seminar
I School Teaehers of Jewish
relations were announced
f eek by Joseph Cohen, pres
of the Bureau oi Jewish Kdu-
In.
five-week seminar for 1964
be held at alternating ichools
Itdnesdaj evenings, beginning
[IV
Jack Donnerstag, musk
lor at the Hebrew Academy,
pnstriKt the lirsl session on
IS in "Songs for the Pre-
I" at Temple Knianti-KI, 1701
p".Ktnn Ave. On Jan. 22, Leon
director ol Jewish Fam
p the nursery and kind.
kachera on the subject ol
Child at Four and Five
ssion will take place at
|e Menorah, 620 75th St.
I Jan. 29, a panel of Dr. Her-
^Baumgjid, spiritual leader
rtple Beth Am, and Abra-
J. Gittelson, education di-
of Beth Torah Congrtga-
I will discuss "Prayer in
hool" to determine what
and how much prayer
appear in the pre-school
This session will take
l.t Flagler Granada Jew-
' ter SO NW Slst PI.
P'Alni i I>:i\ ill. professor of
Chil hood Development at
4ver-it> of Miami, will out
"New Trends in I'le.School
i" on Fel). 5 at Beth
kafcigreeation, 2625 SW 3rd
v ill present "Festival Aru in the
Pre School" at Beth Torah Congre
I in, 1031 No. .Miami Heath
Blvd.
I he si ninr.r series is part ol
the i ilar it trail ing program of
the Bureau ol Jewish Education,
counts as credit low aid preschool
( ai hi r license, and is under the
direction ol Louis Schwarteman,
executive director of the Bureau.
and Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, pr<
int ui the Jewish Congregational
Pre-School Teachers ot Greater
Miami.
Fla. JWV Plans
For Convention
Secon I council of Administra-
tion meeting Of the Department of
Florida Jewish War Veterans of
the ISA. was hosted by the Abe
Morrow it z Post at the Unified
Hall last week.
State Commander Fmanuel
Handel announced that Irvin
Steinberji, 4th Region National
Executive Committeeman, will be "i\#i
chairman of the national conven p|PSt rOSi
tion at Miami Beach or Hollywood
next August. Steinberg and Co-
Chairman Ralph Grossman will
announce the hotel site within
two weeks. Mandcl declared.
MURftr GROSSMAN
Murry Grossman,
Arthur Degutz
Passes Away
Services for Arthur Degutz, ol
Ardmore Photography studio or
Arthur Godfrey Rd Miami Beach,
who died Dec. 21, were held Mon-
dl -. ;.t Riverside .Memorial I hap
el, Alton Rd.
A professional portrait photo
grapher, Degutz came hen' 23
years ago lrom Brooklyn and liv-
ed at 4464 Nautilus Dr, He was
5G at the time of his death.
Official photographer for Mi-
ami Beach High School and Mt.
Sinai Hospital, Dcg-.z was on
the Board of the Civic Led3ue
of Miami Beach, belonged to Hi-
biscus Lodge 27S, Miami Beach
Elks, Miami Beach B'nai B i .to,
Temple Beth Sholom and Tem-
ple Emanu-EI.
lie also belonged to Florida
Photographers Assn., Dade Coun-
ty Photographers Assn., and was
active in Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, YM and YWI1A.
Surviving are his wife, Estelle;
a daughter. Mrs. llelene Shulkm.
ARTHUR DfGUTZ
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'Hie seminar will corlud' on
b. 12, when Al Hurwitz, of the
County Board of Instruction,
rindy Named
rhairman Here
Benjamin Cindy. brokerage
manager for Massachusetts In-
demnity and Life Insurance Com
pasty, has been appointed chair-
man of a special committee for
the Miami Association ot Life Un-i
derwritcra in charge ot organizing;
[a local class in the Life Under-'
[writers Training Council's course
[of Health Insurance training fori
the second consecutive \ear.
In preparation for his duties as
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meeting with chairmen from other
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inar, held in Atlanta, a- con
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atteSKlai ce committee and
tant serge.i".t at .rins tor tin-
Mial Association of Life Un-
iters Con ei.l:on at Hal ll:ir
He i- i rrenth a group
rman for the 1'nited Fund.
Savings Bonds totaling $150 to
be used as prizes for an Essay
and Art Contest in cooperation
with the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation were approved. The de-
partment voted to co-sponsor the
contest wiih the Bureau.
"The state Department went on
record complimenting the City of
North Miami Beach for its dis-
plav of a Chanuka menorah in
front of its City Hall. All Flor
Dead at Age 56
Murry B, Grossman, promotion-
al manager of Cull Land Develop
ing Corp and member of a pio-
neer Florida family, died Dec.
Id at the age of 56.
He came here 38 years ago and
lived at 8335 SW 149th Dr.
He was a charter member and
served as first president of the
Miami YMHA, and a charter
member and first vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
a ii.iii'ain ;ui>. ihh-iu oiiumm,
Of Arizona; two brothers. Samuel "* !,,"," \ ",'
and Nathaniel: a sister. Sylvia, ..-ii.
all of New York; and one grand- rothenberg. !
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child.
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of 21
Dr. Einhorn,
Miami Dentist
Miami dentist Dr. George I
horn, who came here from Sum
merville, N .1 17 year- ago. died
Dec. 19. At the time ol his death
lie was 45.
Dr. Einhorn was a veteran of
World War II and lived at 2150 SW
21st Ave.
He was e member of Knights
of Pythias. B'nai B'rith, Amen
and
. rll< .1 No\ I ." !-
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LEG^L NOTICE
Survivors include his wife. Ann;
iiS^^SiSi Kmnn;MUreeand.ghMters, ^ 'nX* "i-l S*
1L mi Beach, tof rXniain* all Cynthia and Pamela; two broth- Miami Dental societies,
rcii'mi, Im. '"he" "hohdays1; ers. Ralph of Miami, and A.vin of Survivig are hls wife Sarah,
Mandel declared. NtW York. ,uo daughters. Alicia P. and
Ii bin Max Lipschitz of Beth' Services were held Dec. 20 at Robin Ellen; two brothers, Dr. Ed-
Torah CongregatiOJI was a special Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton xvard H and Dr. Cordon !
guest.
Rd.
$300,000 Construction Job at Beth Am
To Double Size of Temple Facilities
Construction of new facilities
valued at $300,000 is nearing com-'
pletion at Temple Beth Am, ac-
cording to Ellis Robins, adminis-
trative director.
inside, while the present chapel
is available for meetings and
other congregational functions.
sister-. Mrs. Florence Whitman.
Phylis Greenfield, Marilyn Cay
lord. Patricia Kaplan, Rosalyn
Kaplan and Louise Soowall.
Services were held Dec. 19 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Doug
las Rd.
r ii
The seven-year-old Reform con-
gregation is adding a new sanc-
tuary, entry lounge, youth lounge,
and classroom building. Several
acres Ol new paved parking area (he outer ten columns, and again.
alreadj have been completed.
/ hope
i
v
The new building additions will
nearly c"oub!e the size of the re-
ligious facility, increase value by
approximately $300,000, and add
to the plant area by some 30,000
sq. ft.
Robins expects the entire planl
; i be functioning bj the beginning
o| Jam ary, w ith the new sane-
liable lor Chanuka. A
preview ol the new facilities will
. n, .,] De 15 ith formal ded-
late February.
gam pU( r< luti et. Sal-
vaton ""' ",u'r"
and thi building firm <>f
., | Solomon handled con
g al i- chair-
man ol the Building Committee.
labbi Herbert M. Baumgard
was active in planning and
ing the new facilities.
inscribed on
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tolchinskv, Nathan, is. ol i tn
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si died I'--' '-'-' Bi-rvlci in Lnl-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO 6JC 13716
II.KNK s" IHUN SI'IKS,
I'lalntiff.
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NOTicE OF PUBLICATION
,, .1 HON.M.!' isiiollUK >r:i.-
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\i ui mil, iin hi ii '> notified lhat
Ci i ,.i 'oniiilalni fur I Hvroi-e hi- '"
filed nsaltiHl yu, ana you are i. -
lulled i" m iv. mio ..f your aijHWt
in.........i i'ia nillfn atmriii >. .\u\
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ill" Soil. !16, Miami III licit. 1 Kl '
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The exterior of the sanctuary in-
cludes 11 marble chip columns
separated by plastic panels and
graduating to a central column of
30 feet. The Ten Commandments,
in English, will be inscribed on
in Hebrew, on the center column.
Portions of the Scriptures wi
be ..
in both Hebrew and English, to
be read lioin inside. Teak ana
walnut wood paneling will provide
a warm, contemplative atmos-
phere Inside the sanctuary.
The new youth lounge will
have a thecter seating 500, and
completely equipped stage and
kitchen. Beth Am will be the
only congregation in Florida with
a complete and separate youth
lounge.
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FICTIOUS NAME LAW
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Robins' plans call for weekly
meetings each Monday for the
children, and Boj Seoul meetings
and coUIUons to meet the expand- BRI^.L|.Ar;
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of the community's
tXplKed, beautiful and
^Mtly cared for
landings for our
id loved ones are
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to alb
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cd needs
youth.
The new
will include a complete!-. Stocked
Landscaped gardens lead into library with reading room, three
the"new entrj lounge, Hanked by double-sized classrooms and a
glass walls surrounding Cuban completely equipped arts and
Corporation's design floor tile crafts room.
in elegant beige and gold motil
The new sanetuary, which will
I, | P( BSI .. itin capacHj tor ser-
. u> a ou< l .7 persons, has
been added to the front of the ex-
, ,,,.,. ting capacit]
about I
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A moveable, folding wall will
allow for greater ciiversity of
functions. The sanctuary can
be cpeoed up to inn the exist-
ing structure for holiday ser-
vices. When closed off, it will
allow for undisturbed worship
Ni u man.
GOMEZ. Ml Ti
iroom building moss'.
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Panelists ..err D Isaac inter
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niel Sorofl Chaim Rose is
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CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN ilE AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
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PRICIS EFFECTIVE THRU
SUNDAY, DICIMBIR 29th
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FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS'
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10th A WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI bCM.,
WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 6 P.M.
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mijmj ieach m
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QUANTITY
RIGHTS RESERVED
TURKEY TIME IS HERE!
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MIAMI
' Ceo*,
Kosher f'ode Pan Ready
QUEEN
ESTHER or
KOSH-R-
BEST
THE BYWORD FOR KASHRUTH
& QUALITY
YOUNG TOMS
18-22 lb. AVG.
young TURKEYS
HEN
10-14 lb.
AVG.
63
lb.
FYNE TRIMMED
FOR BROIUKG
CHUCK STEAK 49
c
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Each Sunday Noon
wedr m
Rabbi TiborH. Stern
V A
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FRESH KILLED
4 SPRINGERS,
rT ROASTERS, OA
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c
lb.
MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
WITH YOUR
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FOR OVER 2000
FABULOUS GIFTS
SHOULDER or
CROSSRIB
ROAST
LEAN TRIMMED
NECK MEAT or
cubes 79 Flanken29?
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TRIMMED
FRESH KOSHER HDE
GROUND ea
CHUCK ^
c
lb.
ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT
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AMERICAN KOSHER
MIDGET SALAMI
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FRESH SLICED
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Friday. December 27. 1963 +Jen>lsf> Hhrknan Page 7-B b Sem:n ary and the Fashion Institute of Technology of New York The groom, a graduate of Yeahiva University of New York, attended the Karan B' Yavnah Ye%  hiva in Israel and is a graduate hool student at Yeshiva Uni ratty. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Genauer. oi Seattle Olfieiating clergyman was Rabbi Ahranam Weinschneider. the brides grandfather, assisted by ten rabbis and Rabbi Stern, the bride's father, who i^ spiritual leader ot Beth Jacob Congrega tion Matron of honor was Mrs Stephen Kc velaPQ, maid of honor, Miss Tiki Slern, sisters ol the bride. Bridesmaids were Linda Genauer, Rad:asah Maidenbaum and Yona Portish. Judy Stein was minor hv.desmaiil and llower girl, Rebecca Wettschneider. Melvin Genauer was besl man. Ushers were Stephen Kevelson, Rabbi llirold Genauer, Marvin Genauer, Jerry Abraham, Rabbi Henry Book, and Rabbi Moidecai Zeiti The bridal gown of peau de oie and alencon lace had a bodice of alencon lace with Queen Ann neckline and long tapered sleeves. Controlled skirt with detachable ^j^or-length train was trimmed Ann crown. \. ith lace. Her veil was bouffant The couple will live in Pioneer Women En Two Events York City following their honeymoon Out-of-town guests at the wed ding included the following: Tex** Rabbi and .Mrs. Abraham \V. lux liii.-i.l.--. lUbbl Shine) Weliipoltni ilf-r. Mi>s Reheet-a VVelimi-hneinnl Mi Simon l Innan an I STI ••!..M.n. N-W Y..ikMr. anil MrSI.M1I,--I KtVflwm, Mr. .uni Mr* Nathan Kev•'M. Mr, Mt*r KeVelwin, Mrs. [tone Ool -•• n, Mr. Mclvtn flenniiM-, Mm i • • c i Irona. Kii.i.i and Mi Ham cl< nai-i-r. M Itena < % %  nauei. Mi Mil .HI • :• n ier, Rabhl and Mi v. h in K % %  in.-.. Itabbl P, id nicn un, P-ii.l i Ill I'N v i k. Mr .• il Mm. Jirrit X'.r.-ililii -• %  !-. Mr and Ms l.i.uis i hi 'i Mr. il lid Mrs. AI Cohen, Mr. and Mrs Wllllm Kanenet*. Mr and Sir* i' in 1 ;-•. Mr. H si.ii honf. Mi and Mm .lr y Abraham, Rabbi and Mrs. An run K %  h • -. Rabbi and Mm \for/.• Il M -s HatMamah Ma lenbnum, Mr \rs 1 Mnidetilinntn, Mi-s Vona i-.M-h. Rabbi Hem-} Hook. Mr IIPI) .-> I %  i • %  '< %  r. Mi. Kiic.-n.RnanwaKt, MisMIH. rklirelber, Mr. Morrle H n lea Seattle, Wa-h. RabM and Mrs irarolil %  :• inn. r, Monhe Z. \ and i li .n.i I. i i i • %  n. in. %  Mb |. n i C'linuer, Mrs Mela litittnlek, Mr. nnd Mrn S Mi direr. i %  in.i la Mr and Mi I W iirnei n Ilia -Mr. and Mrs. II, n M (larfunkel. A summer wedding is being planned by Janet Jacob and Marvin A. Sloanc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sloane, 5211 SW 4th St. Announcement of the engage went v.'as made at a reception in the home of the future bride's parents. Mr. ard Mrs. Michael Jacob, I'iainfield. N.J.. on Saturday. Nov. 30. Mr and Mrs. Sloane. the pros• nt IV.' bridegroom's parents, and his sister Linda, a student at the University of Florida, attended the festivities in honor of the betrothed couple. Now attending Berkeley Secretarial School in East Orange. N.J.. the bride-elect graduated from Plainiield High and attended ihe University of Miami. Her fiance is a graduate of Miami High, and attended Palm Beach Junior College and the-University of Miami. He is now eml li yed by the Shop Rite Supermarkets in Somerville. N.J. 1 be wedding will be held at the Essex Hotel in Newark. N.I.. on June 6. Predicts Big Season Sam Waldman. president of the Waklmen Family Hotels, this week predicted that the 1963-64 season will be the largest that South Florida has enjoyed for many years Maukcun I Sa*tA-eZ~\ normandie parkway llSCAVt* *.VD 1 (HU PAMONG lAltAJ-U J/I COUINS AVt 74* COtAL WAV *i tfik MIAMI kit ACM raft s&'sm offa^ QP" %  < CINEMA WltilnrloAyt.t I llSthSL MumlBtKh ATS. AUAN OLVAUER French illusioi -.itn crysta Sh. .JO LEON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS • ON STACE • "en? Fin n e •-1 Ylddieh-American Star JONAH BINDER The Famous Comedian DANHl LEEDS MARK STUART SCHACHTFR & STEIN in Comedy • ON SCREEN • "B^RIS GODUNOV" oitfer 4>^ ***** I Meld THE =J=Pii COSTS Awaiting your enjoyment is a pleasurable evening of indescribable excitement amid \ /*• the elegance and comfort of the world'smost beautiful parimutuel showplace! AdnisS'On Fro*••-' l^ FPU RESrRVAIIONS: MIAMI S4S-434S FT lU?EK0UF t HOILVWDCD 973 I SI I BUMS MIAMI. MIAMI BIACM 373 6371 50 Gcry Mo r/ino' X.nVZl PALACE ft JCAZ-AZJLT HQM OF IMS ONIV MAJOt IUOUI DAN.A; •• %  *• %  ". Kadimah Chapter held a Cha nuka latke party on Sunday. 8 p m at the home of Mrs. William Sokoloff. 500 NF. 38th Ct Proceeds arc ccrmarked for Child Rescue. Mrs. .lack Sills is president Mrs Sam Davis, president, Coral Gables Chapter, announces that the groop'a annual package parly is planned for Saturday. Dec 28. 8 p.m.. at the MinyoiiamTemple. Coral Gables. Sponsors, in addition to Mrs Davis, are Mesdames Kate Rose, Harry Sklar, Sylvia Levine. Louis Sachs and Milton Green. Council president. NEW YEAR'S EVE in ch. Miami Bech'. iwwct nd mont SSZ hotrl tatoiiaa luperb.. ^" !" '"' l u C !" ....nd MiahtFul daadaa U> ^ mu-.c of Mai Malkin. "'-''" !" ,nd II.. IS-ptooaOfCh-Ul wth ch.rr.inn l. H-ll. In HoMiUon. Zatur. .nd Hi. QOMM Sinr*. .dd roniam* to th. m, K n.h..•"(. %  citing. Above you, 10.000 liny .un, e.nbr.. .n y...i with the met hre.thukin viMa of wn. ikv nd y. Resenvtiont requested... M. Btnni • JE 2-JOOO PJBAOH HOTBL I On lie (km al iKUt %  s '" rl U'" m H't'h\ DOGTPAOC N.S.X-WAy AT //5th ST. Exits to track N.W. 103rd and N.W. 119th Streets Nightly, except Sundays, thru Jan. 2 Rain or Fair More than 5,000 Grandstand Seats (3,000 Unreserved) Admission 50c Sorry. No Minors (State Law) Reservations PL 4-3484 — Broward Direct 524-0747 New Coral Terrace Gourmet Restaurant (Reservations Suggested) Smart Clubhouse Beverage and Snack Bars New Simplified "Tote" Board Buses Direct to Track. NEW CORAL TERRACE REST A



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jy. December 27, 1963 *.#Pt7fl rUririi^r idol Directors jdy Program Accreditation tort of Jewi-h schools held KinVr *wwe*t4iW rtie?etinej fit eau of Jewish Educatioi *i*^jftC^^r\ day under the direction of ihwartzman. Bureau execlirector, to discuss the Bu(new accreditation program. program sets up specific rations for accreditation in Sunday School and He Departments of Jewish and is expected to be put ffect in September, 1964. check lists oi qualifications ben submitted to all schools, ireau consultants are now up these qualifications with i\ directors Page 13-B BB Youth Win Convene Friday Gleiherman Speaks Dedication of the new American flagpole at the Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach brings together (left to right) New York philanthropist, Morris Morgenstern; 16th annual scholarship dinner honoiee, Jacob Cohen; and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern. founders of the Hebrew Academy, dedicated the flagpole in memory of the late President John F. Kennedy. A special prayer was written and read by Mrs. Mortimer Burton, chairman of the Social Studies Department. Max Glciberman, executive secretary. Southern District of the Seventy members of Aleph Zadik Workman's Circle, and teacher at Aleph and B'nai lii ith Girls, rep|lu L p e retz School discuss| resenting 32 chapters in the B'nai ,,, Abraham Raisin on the ln ni versat j 0 f his deaUfcJt JutSGreater Miami, Witt a member(i;iv even j ng a < the school. ship in over 1,000 high school students, will join another 100 BBYO memberlioin the various cities in Florida, at a convention in Camp Ocala, Umatilla, Fla., from Dee i'T to 31, it was announced b) Eli Hurwitz, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Committee [or the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Theme for the four-day event Will be "Jewish Identity and Responsibility." and the issues the young people will deal with include "Civil Liberties and the Problem ol Discrimination." "Israel." "The ii' cooperation with the State of Synagogue," "Genocide." "United Florida. Nations and World Peace," "PrayJ(jd WaUaC e is a 1959 grader and Bible-Reading in the Pub„.„, ()f „„, %  njvi rsltv of Mlami lie Schools." and General Educa, ;m Sch(l0| „ p )Ptamo a C .TU lion." fied Public Accountant in 1957. Gue-t speaker will be Dr. DudBorn in Passaic, N.J., the 28-yearley DeGroot, of the Sociology De,,|,j ca ndidate moved here in 1950. partmem at Rollins College, Judge Wallace Eyes Commission Judge Milton .1 Wallace is running in the county wide Jan. 28 race for Metro Commission in District 6. Appointed a City of Miami Judge in January, lfx>2. his supporters say he founded the City of Miami Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program education directors also plans for the annual Intel Combined Jewish Ap• lly to be held in Feb1W4. Regulations for the t'% annual Hebrew Vocabulee" and inter-school EsContest were also disand deadlines set for apbns. hireau has published a undatyrj Hebrew word %  Jed m connection with lii'i'w Vocabulary "Bee |emchts for the National Emanu-EI's annual Homecoming the students at the informal buzz Btest were also distributBrunch and Sabbath session. Students attending unlverities Friday evening services will be pamphlet series published by the |fiI?f-school Keren Ami .ill over the nation were to condedicated to the homecoming colB'nai B'rith Youth Organization. scheduled to meet at gregate at the Temple on Thurslegians, some of whom will partiother resources are published by The convention will be convened b) William Kllenbeiii. Zion chap tor ol A/.A. Miami: Louise Hilsenrad, member of BBC chapter in Jacksonville, now residing in Miami: Ronald Rothberg. Tampa: Plans ;n <•:way for Temple Dr. Irving Lehrman was t" greet and Nancy Weinberg, Gainesville. Basic resources for the convention will include the Judaism Homecoming Set At Emanu-EI day for the Homecoming reunion cipate in the service. Last year, he presided at the trial of Roger C. Foss and Gene Shalander, members of the American Naii Party, who were sentencec" for picketing the headquarters of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Judge Wallace offered to reduce their sentences if they wrote out the Declaration of Independence and Constitution 100 times in long hand. A licensed Metropolitan Dade Countv building contractor since held for both AZA and the BBC. in athletic-, oratory and storytelling. |n on Sunday. 'atient Physical Therapy At Jax Manor |tjng a new outpatient ed on an individual basis for patIndividual walkers and parallel in which physical therunts and residents, .. bars are utilized for other rehafacilities, will be made "We consulted many people in bilitation exercises to nonresidents. Jack |he medical protession concerning -This is the finest facility of Nursing Home has tak what should be included in our j (l tVDe | nave ovor seen ." said tr step in bringing mediPhysio Therapy Rooms." said Miss villaceces. who attended the lance to South Flondians. ( harles F.. Gottlieb, president of National School of Nursing, the pie Zamora. will lecture over urer of the Symphony Club, and Lthc supervision of phv J**eM Manor, unique among National School of Physical TherWCKT, Ch. 10, on Friday, Dec. also has affiliations with the Floroist Marti Villavece's U"ta8 homes in its proximity to apv an( ho Fran k| m D. Roose i 27, and Jan 3, 7 a.m. The "Give ida. Dade County, American Bar wf the American Phv-' ne Jackson Memorial Hospital vt y institute, all in Bogota. \ Is This Day" program is sponsorAssociations and Florida Institute rapy Association, whose complek. Colombia. the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. In addition to the basic theme !i)58 j ie f 0un ded the Perine Comlor the meeting, contests will be p an w Judge Wallace is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wallace, of Surfside, active members of Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi Brooks to Lecture Hc Mongs t0 tne Rotary Club Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of TernChamber of Commerce, is treasr ed by the Rabbinical Assn. of CPA's. numbers positions in "Two factors guided our pianlorida and South Ameri "ing for the room: competence |eal centers, the physical and completeness." he addec scility at Jackson Manor "Under watchful instruction oe an adjunct to recov rement. out-patient program as a close rapport belackson Manor, modern nursing home at 1861 ive., and physicians. Inwill be permitted to Physio Therapy Room only through recomin and supervision of Irsonal doctor. of the Jackson Manor hernpy Room include RtftC machines, an asol baths, muscle-build|)n ::t and programs creat of Hiss Villaveces. Jackson Manor oHers residents what we believe to be the mo-t modern physio-ther-, apy room in Florida." An ultra sonic machine, operat ing on electric impulses, is used lor muscle tissue treatment. Sim ilarly. a hydrocollator employs hot wet packs to various parts of the body. Arm baths, leg baths, full-submersion baths and a siti bath are also used, as well as dumbbells for hand and arm strengthening. Triplex wall pulleys for arm and back muscle development, exercises mats and n electric treatment table. .. • f/\/. &*4


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lay, December 27, 1963 #c ishthtt kttagf Page 15-E •e-School Seminar Slated %  tails of the annual Seminar I School Teaehers of Jewish relations were announced f eek by Joseph Cohen, pres of the Bureau oi Jewish KduIn. five-week seminar for 1964 be held at alternating ichools Itdnesdaj evenings, beginning [IV Jack Donnerstag, musk lor at the Hebrew Academy, pnstriKt the lirsl session on IS in "Songs for the PreI" at Temple Knianti-KI, 1701 p".Ktnn Ave. On Jan. 22, Leon director ol Jewish Fam p:i\ ill. professor of Chil hood Development at 4ver-it> of Miami, will out "New Trends in I'le.School i" on Fel). 5 at Beth kafcigreeation, 2625 SW 3rd v ill present "Festival Aru in the Pre School" at Beth Torah Congre I in, 1031 No. .Miami Heath Blvd. I he si ninr.r series is part ol the i ilar it trail ing program of the Bureau ol Jewish Education, counts as credit low aid preschool •( ai hi r license, and is under the direction ol Louis Schwarteman, executive director of the Bureau. and Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, pr< int ui the Jewish Congregational Pre-School Teachers ot Greater Miami. Fla. JWV Plans For Convention Secon I council of Administration meeting Of the Department of Florida Jewish War Veterans of the ISA. was hosted by the Abe Morrow it z Post at the Unified Hall last week. State Commander Fmanuel Handel announced that Irvin Steinberji, 4th Region National Executive Committeeman, will be "I\#I chairman of the national conven p|PSt %  rOSi tion at Miami Beach or Hollywood next August. Steinberg and CoChairman Ralph Grossman will announce the hotel site within two weeks. Mandcl declared. MURftr GROSSMAN Murry Grossman, Arthur Degutz Passes Away Services for Arthur Degutz, ol Ardmore Photography studio or Arthur Godfrey Rd„ Miami Beach, who died Dec. 21, were held Mondl -. ;.t Riverside .Memorial I hap el, Alton Rd. A professional portrait photo grapher, Degutz came hen' 23 years ago lrom Brooklyn and lived at 4464 Nautilus Dr, He was 5G at the time of his death. Official photographer for Miami Beach High School and Mt. Sinai Hospital, Dcg-.z was on the Board of the Civic Led3ue of Miami Beach, belonged to Hibiscus Lodge 27S, Miami Beach Elks, Miami Beach B'nai B i .to, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Emanu-EI. lie also belonged to Florida Photographers Assn., Dade County Photographers Assn., and was active in Greater Miami Jewish Federation, YM and YWI1A. Surviving are his wife, Estelle; a daughter. Mrs. llelene Shulkm. ARTHUR DfGUTZ \ V Rlvi GOLDSTEIN. Hurry, M, nl 121* U Hit s. ivU-i'd .-i I irookl) ; 1(1 vi JASEN. ,1 ui.li LOIIIH, Jl. nl % % %  • %  :,; 8\ nl. SI % %  %  don ive. 'Hie seminar will corlud' on b. 12, when Al Hurwitz, of the County Board of Instruction, rindy Named rhairman Here Benjamin Cindy. brokerage manager for Massachusetts Indemnity and Life Insurance Com pasty, has been appointed chairman of a special committee for the Miami Association ot Life Un-i derwritcra in charge ot organizing; [a local class in the Life Under-' [writers Training Council's course [of Health Insurance training fori the second consecutive \ear. In preparation for his duties as local chairman, Cindy attended a meeting with chairmen from other Cities to discuss the training pro im thoroughlv The two-day inar, held in Atlanta, acon ted by a member of the Conn Ts Headquarters Staff Specialist in imn cancellable ability income protection. Cmwar leader in In "ki %  rage pro for his company in 1%1 1962. He ia member of the Of Directorand is public Itions chairman ii r the Miami nation. He was co-chairman atteSKlai ce committee and tant serge.i".t at .rins tor tinMial Association of Life Uniters Con ei.l:on at Hal ll:ir He ii rrenth a group rman for the 1'nited Fund. Savings Bonds totaling $150 to be used as prizes for an Essay and Art Contest in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education were approved. The department voted to co-sponsor the contest wiih the Bureau. "The state Department went on record complimenting the City of North Miami Beach for its displav of a Chanuka menorah in front of its City Hall. All Flor Dead at Age 56 Murry B, Grossman, promotional manager of Cull Land Develop ing Corp and member of a pioneer Florida family, died Dec. Id at the age of 56. He came here 38 years ago and lived at 8335 SW 149th Dr. He was a charter member and served as first president of the Miami YMHA, and a charter member and first vice president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. a ii.iii'ain ;ui>. IHH-IU oiiumm, Of Arizona; two brothers. Samuel "*•• %  !,,"," \ £"£,' and Nathaniel: a sister. Sylvia, ..-ii. all of New York; and one grandROTHENBERG. ,.:M child. Mi \ %  • i;ai Htt'i M hi. Rli i-i.l.-. -• NBERG. S.M a. i H II. 50 ,1 I : % % %  1 of 21 Dr. Einhorn, Miami Dentist Miami dentist Dr. George I horn, who came here from Sum merville, N .1 17 yearago. died Dec. 19. At the time ol his death lie was 45. Dr. Einhorn was a veteran of World War II and lived at 2150 SW 21st Ave. He was e member of Knights of Pythias. B'nai B'rith, Amen and rll< .1 No\ I ." %  •!•••\l.i-S, -• man ... A., i of 16 1 ,,ii i Si-w Voi-k City, 'Ii ... ,\ %  I i. i;. M AM liny, ill', d Ik • Rlvi CALKIN. ; %  \i. rid II. Rivi I LEG^L NOTICE Survivors include his wife. Ann; iiS^^SiSi Kmnn; M Uree an d.gh M ters, ££ ^ 'nX* "i-l S* 1 L mi Beach to f rXniain* all Cynthia and Pamela; two brothMiami Dental societies, rcii'mi, Im. '"he" "hohdays 1 ; ers. Ralph of Miami, and A.vin of Survivi „ g are hls wife Sarah, Mandel declared. NtW York. uo daughters. Alicia P. and Ii bin Max Lipschitz of Beth' Services were held Dec. 20 at R obin Ellen; two brothers, Dr. EdTorah CongregatiOJI was a special Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton xvard H a nd Dr. Cordon guest. Rd. $300,000 Construction Job at Beth Am To Double Size of Temple Facilities Construction of new facilities valued at $300,000 is nearing com-' pletion at Temple Beth Am, according to Ellis Robins, administrative director. inside, while the present chapel is available for meetings and other congregational functions. sister-. Mrs. Florence Whitman. Phylis Greenfield, Marilyn Cay lord. Patricia Kaplan, Rosalyn Kaplan and Louise Soowall. Services were held Dec. 19 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Doug las Rd. „r II The seven-year-old Reform congregation is adding a new sanctuary, entry lounge, youth lounge, and classroom building. Several acres Ol new paved parking area (he outer ten columns, and again. alreadj have been completed. / hope i v The new building additions will nearly c"oub!e the size of the religious facility, increase value by approximately $300,000, and add to the plant area by some 30,000 sq. ft. Robins expects the entire planl ; i be functioning bj the beginning o| Jam ary, w ith the new saneliable lor Chanuka. A preview ol the new facilities will •„. n .,] De 15 ith formal dedlate February. g am p U( r< luti et. Salvaton ""' ,u r and thi building firm <>f ., | Solomon handled con %  g al ichairman ol the Building Committee. labbi Herbert M. Baumgard was active in planning and ing the new facilities. inscribed on DAVIS. M • hai I Irvett. Re Jl. ~h. : %  I ir Knnt. Itlvel wide. HAMBURGER. Max. II. "I """ N ... M..,„!,.,„ Ave., died i'.. -'-' %  Her'-•'" x I,-.in I lelroil. Iii> i reUle. TOLCHINSKV, Nathan, is. ol • i tn si., died I'. % %  -'%  111 irtwt. RUTENBERG. Il.iinaii. S, ft M.i Stn si died I'--' '-'-' Bi-rvlci in Lnlcaam. Rlvi i HW • FELBER. INUIC, T2, of liOfl iillln* Ave, .%  • % %  \i. r I i N'l Vol* I > Rlvt-i Hide. GOLDBERG. M >lvla, s\\ -'.MII IT i im-ilon. JANKO. Nathan, SO, nl 5-U1 l-i Uree !>r s. on I.M .ii Altai II • KASDAN. I 'lai l\le \\-s. i\ a > III Ahburj I'ark, "-" %  %  ••— %  •"• N ., ,;..,,)..,, the plastic panels ROSENBERG, M K S\V !M h Alf. Si %  v .1 nl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO 6JC 13716 II.KNK s" IHUN SI'IKS, I'lalntiff. Hi i\ \ I.I i .;,:. o: ;i: SI'IKS. NOTicE OF PUBLICATION ,, .1 HON.M.!' isiiollUK >r:i.•;„l \v.....li..n.l \^• ue. IV.liini.'il \i ui mil, iin hi ii %  > notified lhat Ci i ,.i %  'oniiilalni fur I Hvroi-e hi'"•• filed nsaltiHl yu, ana you are i. %  lulled i" m iv. mio ..f your aijHWt in i i'ia nillfn atmriii >. .\u\ %  | ywN, I tin Lincoln Road Buildill" Soil. !16, Miami III licit. 1 Kl % %  ,,, | ni, ih, ui luinal In ihi iffloi %  :l„. i'i,.i. ..i ih. abovi I'n ni ..n i ,,. ;,„., i.,,, 7. r.-ii. ntnerwi* I'oiiHilalnl will !"• taken ai-onfi --• i .Ai'i.i • ilo: ii a dai "i "--eoo ; i: |i, UBATHHRMAN i. rk, i e c o' Com i Bvi l. SNBBHEN i.. IIUIJ Clerk ig.i'T. i :-'"The exterior of the sanctuary includes 11 marble chip columns separated by plastic panels and graduating to a central column of 30 feet. The Ten Commandments, in English, will be inscribed on in Hebrew, on the center column. Portions of the Scriptures wi be .. in both Hebrew and English, to be read lioin inside. Teak ana walnut wood paneling will provide a warm, contemplative atmosphere Inside the sanctuary. The new youth lounge will have a thecter seating 500, and completely equipped stage and kitchen. Beth Am will be the only congregation in Florida with a complete and separate youth lounge. FLEISCHMAN. Manny, \ v. nun \>. itli-ii i>i ilri-v In Ml BANDI. JlHH all. %  i divert .a. BUGAY. Mol 11. Kl. II ivi In i FEINER. Max. U '••'ii \i A\. Hervlci-H NOTICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW \,rn.-|: IS IIKKKHY '.IVKN tha,],,. „ : %  .i.-ll InS 1" H-a-. hiiKlm %  in Ii Ihe flctlt ••-.name i %  ,,,. ,-a-ii .\ .'.. %  > Wlioleaale 'Ire,.,. r ,,, | wi s irthwem 22nd Btrci • \i ,„,, i iadi Count} Klorlda Intend i„ reirlstei said name with the i'U i i the --ii uli Ciiuri %  •< I>de Counl STANDARD WII.'l.KS.M.K I 111 H'ICRY • "i Klnrldii eotporatlun I IS ... .\..i th i-al 23i .1 Stri et, M mil, l ... l: %  I:l.l: %  i I K\\ IWtN v. ale IS !i .p II ilia, SMITH. Ml \ 111 %  %  BROTTMAN. Mm n |ir. Ker\ i.-. In M-'iu l:i CANS. John !'. N l; 'ith i-i .-. i i. %  '' %  OPPENHEIM. llll III• 'olllnx VviRivei nidi ALTMAN. \ Wi Sen %  i 1 Robins' plans call for weekly meetings each Monday for the children, and Boj Seoul meetings „ and coUIUons to meet the expandBRI ^. L |. A r; i ... I ..1 1... ... >,ii .til 111 it V S V \i .II in II of the community's tXplKed, beautiful and ^Mtly cared for landings for our id loved ones are ce of very real to alb 11 II K %  (h/r/r/y %  MO 1-7693 cd needs youth. The new will include a complete!-. Stocked Landscaped gardens lead into library with reading room, three the" n ew entrj lounge, Hanked by double-sized classrooms and a glass walls surrounding Cuban completely equipped arts and Corporation's design floor tile crafts room. in elegant beige and gold motil The new sanetuary, which will I, | P( BSI .. itin %  capacHj tor ser. u> a ou< l .7 persons, has been added to the front of the ex, ,,,.,. ting capacit] about %  I • SV A moveable, folding wall will allow for greater ciiversity of functions. The sanctuary can be cpeoed up to inn the existing structure for holiday services. When closed off, it will allow for undisturbed worship Ni u man. GOMEZ. Ml Ti •• iroom building MOSS'. SHULMAN Meyii Hi IWACM \ \. Bel %  v Ui 11 R VINIK. M.v.i. 67, ol ISO! : i: > • WOLFE. Juki ill, %  ;, \ M-i-vki-8 III Ni Vol'%  :.*• i SINGER'. Sydn y M In N'K IHSlid SI I DIM 3NETMAN. I: ID FEIN BERG. \\,-.. ill. .1 1 >. SCHNEIDER. II III -"la •; \\ I Al .1 %  I % %  %  i ALBERT. II mi.. r>iARGULIES. I i i r %  x VOUSANEB. S, llllb \ ^ '1. i'VEIBON. %  \\ nhllial II V< I. n p FtUERoTEu'J. Null i uttii i ii\ a s. i Forum to View Forum Views • %  what is -i .'. '" was subject oi the People Speak TOWB Hall Forums on Fridaj in Wi sh I BWg., 12W Wash \\e. Panelists ..err D Isaac inter lean. Harrj Simonhofl and Dr. niel Sorofl Chaim Rose is moderator. Admission tree. i in ni ii. ni NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITIO: is III:I:I:I-.V ui\ K: : lito el .... ,.. ""'• ; llll-KKI.S .1 % %  --" w, MlHinl, Pl.i Inti Mild • %  'ouni ,1a IRI IK KHl .ii-i 12 % %  CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN ilE AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA a ||i o rHKSR PR1 • \ < SIIAI.I. V< i.\IE (5RKKTIN MI-SI IN, MIAA ,, n %  iililHV; NATH VN Bl SI II VOII l-'LORIDA IIMUM VN li KKKISBKIl I M1AAI .it 11 -\ did "ii thi IHI nl .\ I %  %  lav. i.l II H, nl v. i it i El I %  I li. ITKI INI "• ""'' |n, -,U MIA.M IIKACH hADK l-or.N'TY, In U' II KUI %  \ %  ., .|„ li -. i..i i of Stal of ill, S;.M,. ..I I I ... i Berlin ng ii %  .1 lhal II. IX V > i 'I. I l:a\ Stai i ... ill %  \ r.v in da %  %  i^



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r, December 27, 1963 +Jf**M FhrHivn Page 13-A k IIGJIOUS & crviccs Jhis (AJcchend 0 do. B f b 2 i HH*n^ eP | A"<"w. ,„ Hefor.n. Rabbi I I. ty Wd .1. i MILIn in .In liar Mull Mi. .mil n I UMil. I %  _<• %  ^ _^_ tE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. • ative. Rabbi Abraham SchIt/. OAVrb. 2625 8W 3rd ave Con% ative. H.ibtii Norman N Shapiro, or William W. LiDton. II HI, i -nil. u.homeoomlm ujaturda) I a.m. I' ir MitzSSBM*i Jay llnltlieli. EL. 500 fW 17th ivt Orthodox. Solomon Sehitf. -. -. ,. m itunlHv l:M : %  m \n I:\I riai-tiiiK i.. ga< > I • ISRAEL. 711 *0th St. Orthodox. H. Louis Rottman. •". p in Siiluril.i. !• .i in. >.r. 'In HIIM.W A ii'li'iuy ;iiul Our K i'..iniuijnii> llur Mltzvali: ton Of Mr .ui'l MiH.ii i> S ^. AE LITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th rrida) Vliln.. %  ""i *:15 |i in. rlrrmon: "The d\ I-.I> .-.il.ii. .,, v ;;,, n "TliIron) i.f ill %  llotw II. iwn in .\ii• Hal Mltavah: \.|. ItWi • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. CANDULIGHTING TIM 11 Teveth — 5 :18 p.m. 1 ^ I i WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. liiii.o 1:13 p.m. Kermon; "Getting Relliclon." Annual hoinecomliuj ser^i'. n ln.ii.-i ..I college -iinl.nis. Haturla; 11 a.m. Bar Uitavah: i >anlei, : %  n ol Mr. :iat(l Mrs. All.i-i I Hater. • TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 750n SW 120 thSt. Reconstrnctionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. wnnf nm imir m mi f r.mhn Tiite ol Intermorrlajre Weakening the Jewi-li I'eopli naturdaj I0:3u a.m. Bar Uitavah: i •avid, Mm .,( Mr. and Men Leo 8Jai liter. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. rVntlRtry, Medical follegi nl Virginia, %  un ol Mr, and Mm, Al Keaaler, i" nprak "ii The Jewlah Kludent on I'ampiiB."' Harrj Pavlk, aenlor at the l ? nlveraity <>f Miami, son of Ml and Mm Bernard K'ulk, lo lead -li-fulkuwing. 1'artlrlpanta: Sidney and i-.ii.l Kullck, Jem I'lotkln and Judy K.i/.. Saturday **.i"i a.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green, wald. Krlda 5 and 1:13 |i m s. n i: ___ lh< i.. !(-<-> %  ui lit Washinatan % %  ""' %  %  "' •" >' % % %  Mltavah M.rl.-n.-. tor M.urie. M.TOHII. I, ,.I, ,,,,. |-..,, ,.. ,. %  ,:.,,,||, x vah: KOOEgH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Vl'.Wv," "' *"" ''"' Mr X |dern Traditional. Rabbi Max •""-" piro. Cantor Frad Bernstein. • — p.m. Sermon: -v. v. v..,, TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN i02! i.,l., !"• %  II Bai NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu • .IIUI i ii un FYlduj %  II, p.m. I IHI 'I Ki --!• J' 1Tii %  %  iIII Si I I III TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasr ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah Cantor David Conviser. I-Yldnv VI.". p.m. Annual eullege homerumlnji Babbalh, Bertnon: "The Colle*ri laiiiiniin ill. i.u's mil in the 30B." Sniuni.iv 10:43 a.m. Bar Mita.ili l-iriv, KM) "f Mi. ami Mrs. Qeorge Gordon! Jeffrey Bnfral, s..ii ,f TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Mm |j*wrence Tucker and the late .f Mr, and Mrs Tills Is I..'•:. son -. i in. .II MOSHE CONGREGATION W. Dixie H*ty. Conservative i Simon April. Cantor H o .in on: "Nets v. .ii \. v\ Uaturdaj 8:IS .. m llsvah Mark, won "I Ml and ik <"n !" lm in RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. gdox. Ralph Krieger, aecre; TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or(>. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • —— ITORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th (Conservative. Rabbi Max LipCantor Ben-Zion Kirschen[ v to i. itnecomtng Bel ^Ici l-:,i |li ci i 'ampun i Ii i: illi %  rtaa M tavah: %  Mi and Mm Ihi^ .i n Bar M %  hmrrl, Mm nf Mr and Mm i \\ a) ne rlanmn, aon "f gj || Ira tlamna MUM ha i iM tsVah Howard and Jona. Mi. ..ml Ml.1... I> I-..I [RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St rv.itive. Rabbi Harold Richter. r Joel Lerner. 1:13 p.m. HaMiilay 1:36 a.ni !i Alan. MII "( Mr. .ui'l IMurray I<..-•%  ,i•i ^. Hermoa tlon — • —— (EGATION EJIZ CHAIM. 1544 hmgton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi kaiT, Straaafeld. • ,ER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat snservative. Rabbi David Ros Cantor Georpe Goldberg .. |. in Sermon: "The !.lf.I Un Huli.-r" SMiiird:i> :• .i m I. rr>. -on iif Mr. ami i xituii ii an I lecoming Set Beth David M Nrman N. Shapiro will ne all college students at Homecoming Sabbath dur fnday evening services at [ Da\ id Congregation. service is being dedicated college youth of Beth Dav•embers and non-members dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. I'M i.i N ;• p.m. Dr. rhalm Baarog, illiecinr, rh-parl item o( Adu'l ICducaf AIM. I i-:m II. bl I W i 'on%  %  ii-. in I. ail iianel diacusaloii. I -.i m -iJoin iii \\: n hulk r, prealit. in of Hi Hi Am: Robi : i \. a. • lit, Soul ii Florida I ederatlon ul I \lli-. Siliin.1.. a in. i-.aiMltavah: Man. Mr and Mr-, rlotrard irei ni" i son of Mr. .nd Urn VI %  • ra-MPLE BETH FL OF HOLLY. Hoi Mi • BngeJ; Sii-vin. -..n of Mr. and Italph Oaaakow. Rabbi Predicts Changing Events During Year Ahead TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. Ptida} :80 p.m. Sermon: "The Religion • •!' a Man ami tli*Religion About a Man." Saturday Mlncha 1:45 p.m. Bur Mltavah: Dennla, un of Mr. and Mrs. Dei :i .'in iinnk. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrmae Cantor Hirsh Adler. Kriila\ v:;u p.m. Hum. i-> un" Sabhath. Sermon: ll" Shall We la.. the r ui ui. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Mark, von "f Mr. and Mm. lam.-.I.. \. ii -..ii Ban Mltavah: Mindy, ilaiuchtei of Mr. and Mm, Myron Mltniik. ii-rr the annual observance, Dllowing students will speak the pulpit Friday evenix Maxwell, Sophie Neweombe | |o: Oafll Smilan, Unlversitj jnda: Robert Stone. Rensse folytt-ch Institute; and HowWarshtw, DsiiVersity o. Ban or .\)'illiam W. Lipson will the musical portions of the Following services, then an Ong Shabbat in Spectoi A symposjum will feature ['Gold, Unhersity of Florida; W'einkle. Ohio State L'niver [and Arnold Willen, UniverFlorida. By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON Temple Emanu-EI Ft. Lauderdale At the threshold of another gecular New Year, 1 would venture these prediction-.; 1. There will be a continued burgeoning of Jewish institutional life, religious, cultural, social and political action groups. Who speaks for the Jewish people" will continue to be asked and unanswered. 2. There will be increased anti Semiiism in the air with the upcoming political elections and with the possibility of a partJewish candidate for the Presidency. 3. Israel's government will have to reexamine its present statir eligion relationship in order to make provision for the acceptance of liberal Jewish expression ir Israel We can expect some headway in this area of controversy in the year ahead. 4. The Catholic Church will at its next Ecumenical session make an important proclamation regarding itage-old relation-hip to Judaism and Jews. This statement will partly absolve the Jewish people from total responsibility for the death of Jesus. This Is inself however will do little to rid Ihe world of the scourge of Jew hatred. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. riiila\ v l.'i |..in. S.iin.in: "Doea the • %  ,. Bi long "ii iliIkide Count} (NlUI I rhlUMI Conservative. Rabbi Mayer A brain. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMiD. SOth st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I iuyar: %  • p.m. I'ulplt gueat, Eman n..| Tii.|i.u. president, B*naj it'iiiii i-'i.-.'i i..MitiBactnon: "The l.'nai li'rlth ami li.il-.-ii.iin l.if.' Saturda> -:1a a.m. Hm Mitsvah: Richard, ul' Mr. ami Mis. Sevui"iii' HbroWm • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Frldn) -:::<• p.m. Kermon: "Bleaidng, Bi llever; Beauty, Beholdei ." Bai Mltavah: Bobln, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Max Forman. Saturday B:48 am Itni Mltavah: Harold, aon of Mr and MrI Klin .-I. in. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Oaniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chat Oale. I i iilav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What a Difference a V.ar Makea." Bar Mlti vaii: Wayne, • -n of Mr. and Mrs Arthur lattbow. Saturday ii n.ni. Bar Mltavah: BaiTy Woyne, son of Ml and Mrs. I laviil i :.u <-ll. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman G, oss. %  • %  daj via p.m. Baturdaj '.' a.m. Bar Mltavah: Philip, son <•( Mr. and MiSain Seldle. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Frtdaj 8:15 p.m Homex-omlng Bervlei s. i n tn be delivered by Daniel Zwitman, aenlor al tha L'nlveralty of Miami. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Kermon: "The Bnd of a Book." Bar Mltavah Howard, -"ii "i Mr. and Mr-. larael Singer. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. l-iiiiav v.-.n p.m. I'.as Mltavah: Toby, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Morris Mai'in Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah I'hnrlea, %  f Mr, and Mra. Frederick llelaky. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal • Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Rirh.irds Fridaj 8:1." p.m. Sermon: "Where win chant th.Klddunh. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar uh: Stephen, son *>f l>r. and Mra. illnian. %  • •20 75th si ,'). The dividing lines between Reform, Conservative and OrIhodox Judaism in America will become less distinguishable in everyday practice. The yarmulke will be about the onlv sign of|Jnda'lam and rhrlHtianlty Stand To. ,.„ ., aether. Pulpit guext; i:i. haul itu-kc'lfference between tonseratives ,.,. internationally-renowned Mt-tiuand Reformers. p..lltan Opera tenor, h. 6. Parents well begin sending J} ,, A vah = Nathan i. more of their children to Israel • — in search ol education and mates TEMPLE MENQRAH. as a response to the high degree of intermarriage in America. 7. Jewish children in public | schools will find some relief from WCtaiian religious practices but not much. 8. Jewish schools will have to ask whether their students; are getting more or less Bible study than do students in the public schools. At present. Jewish students get little biblical knowledge from their Sunday School programs. 9 President Johnson will continue to demonstrate his friendliness and interest in Israel in the months ahead. If there is to be a better Arab-Israeli relationship, he is equipped to help them find it. 10. 1963. like all years before it. will be a year of many surprises. Only God knows what they may be. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday R:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Proapecl or lu-ti iisp.-i't." oneg Shabbal boated by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querldo in honor of engagi men! of daughter Marion to David la rner, son ^f Mr. and Mi Harry l.erner. Saturday B a.m. Berui'.ii: "Portion "i the Week." Kld%  lu.-li boated ii\ Mr. and Mrs Rubin i^i in in honor "t second wedding annlveraary. YOUNO ISRAcu. no NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 'i p.m. Saturday -.' a.m. Bai imni: "Joseph and His Brothera." B'rith Singles |le adults over 28 held a on Saturday night at the Hotel sponsored by B'nai Social Singles. Now in its year, the organization of variety of programs every TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A Reform Congregation r. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G. BorniUin, Cantor Services friiay, 8:15 f.M. JOES THE CROSS BELONG ON THE DADE JOUNTY COURT HOUSE?" THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,11V BRANCH OFFICES THATS RIGHT. 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Friday, December 27, 1963 *>. #e**ir<#> f§atkMaun Page 11-3 Fifth Annual Israel Cavalcade of Stars [To Feature Top Roster of Performers Some of Israel's greatest artists lvill appear for a one and only [concert this season at Miami (Beach Auditorium on Sunday evening, Dec. 29, 8:30 p.m. The Israel Cavaka.c of Stars. unnually sponsored here by the .rcater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America, lill present one of the most ex •itins performances of Israeli in-' roational and classical entertainr-.ent ever brought here. Among the many exciting artists Scheduled to appear are: GeuU Gill, Israel's new singlg star, v ho moves from one inguagc to another with enviable mlity. She has appeared several imes on the Ed Sullivan Show and Johnny Orson's Tonight Show ie is a native-born Israeli, whose rpertoiri: i in 16 different IanMages. Miss ('.ill first rose to innas a M:ir In Israel's well pwrl Military Group. Her reels ;ire among the top sellers in bel toda;. and she recently com%  ted ;i hew recording with Theo \Q Bikcl Edna Michell, noted Israeli bin t, a nathe ol Tel Aviv, M ho Inn in perform at the age ol \ iraduate ol the Tel \u\ >t>t Martha Graham Schools and, urd School of Music. Miss i>am toured the United States the '•Noam" Israel folklore and the Kinneret Group. |lias ;ii-o appeared In and hotels throughout the IS Ami GiUd, outstanding ti iccordionist, has appeared with the Sitbra Dance Team mil given concerts throughout the country with Shoshana Damari. • Sharon Duo, native-born Israelis, noted for their folk dames, loured around the world with the National Folk Ensemble of Israel. This will Le their first appearance in the South. • Orar.im Zabor Trio, veteran performers on television, in night dubs and concert. Their presentation here will include folk songs of more than a dozen countries. Their achievements have been hailed at Town Hall in New York, V'ordoun Hall in Boston, and Phil harmonic Hall of Los Angeles. They have also appeared in the Blue Angel. Village (late and Viennese Lantern m New York. • Larry Bot, favorite Roadway humorist, whoso appearances n. elude Copacahana in New York and the Riviera Hotel in Las \ i ,i' w i ll ;> %  • the Americana, Eden Roc and Deauville l< cally. Tickets for Ihe fifth annual Cavalca i I Stai n Dec 23 ore a\ ailabli a! Mi imi Beach \ ium or Zionist I tioh %  I America 1370 W shii ton \\ < A CONA KIKHHl Monci Lisa Room In Spcctcl Mor'j %  : ii ill the Eden R 11 ioffi ring an t I., cat %  prepared bj special Ids !a "first" in hotel dining .it' i isphi re, a< i irdir hotel executives The Mona i.i>a feature; the con%  i : tal violin group ol Morry King and inStradivarius. The group's repertoire covers music i %  na:e languages, ranging from "Missouri Waltz" to Hava N'Gilla The Mon i Lisa Loun se features Herb George, wl o sin js and plays htlj i t Hive the i i id tiers Sati .*;.. kith two oi rkestra .. '•! Sundaj -bore diner Mai 'l comii Nip -.\ R ..%  ,\ill share Ihe Si dear's lilli I al peii. piazia ombines op< background with the supper i tussell ha appeared -.Mi NTJC's • Tonight" Show, Harry's Vmerican Bar will fea ture the songs snd comedy of Belle Barl I and the rhythms of Escobar and his Latin orches tia— 9 T Free Hebrew Lessons Harvey i ee Hebrew Club, ol 1511 SW Sth Ave.. Miami, is now offering instruction in modern Hebrew for beginners, interim 1 -! iates and advanced students. Lessons are scheduled day or night for any i | • student, and are all free of Charge. Margaret and Paul Brown NEW OWNERS of SAN REGIS RESTAURANT and LOUNGE INVITE YOU TO THEIR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY COMPLETE 7 COURSE DINNERS ONLY $2.25 $1.50 SERVING horn 1 P.M. to 11 P.M. CHILDREN'S DINNERS — ONLY FAVORS • BUFFET COME EARLY-STAY LATE! 6815 Biscayne Blvd. For Reservations Call: PL 9-0487 GlUtA Gilt Beach Hadassah Review Series Firsl in ;i series ol live book 11 iev sporsoi.-.i by the Miami I • ler ol Hadassah is le I for Mondaj. l :30 p m .it ihe All iers ll tel r lie".. HO : Israel : it fi om the Herl cri R i*e u 11 i cd '. Y( H Do an I Damnc I n You !>n:.'t." bj Mai ster n i it ki ts f ir th %  el ie • may be obtained from Mrs. Hai rj PlatorJ Beach High Class Of '53 Reunion Miami Beach Hlgb School, class oi 1353, is holding its firsl re union >on Saturdaj evening at \\ a hingti n Federal i t\ Inj and Loan Auditorium, i_':'i Washington Ave Evening will feature a dance bi d an I refreshmci ts. bul hi of the gel together •. II be : and Ilecti ns ol former events, Atl i Mas 11 en, : • 1 ihe cli -ol 953, now ti rnej in Hialeah; Dr Ed ; Weiss, class artisl v ho did the draw ings for the 1 ai k; and Class Queen, the for n 1 r Lillian Gillman, now Mrs 1 Reunion committee 1headed ii> Ilagen and includes Joseph C. Se gor and Marcia Jervis Kanner. Kimbali Runs For Mayor's Seat Leonard Kiirrh'all. 52-yV;fr -WlrtCouncilman of the City of North Miami, has qualified in the race lor the new office of Mayor of Darle County. Elected four times by the voters ol North Miami. Kimhall served two terms as vice mayor. His supporters say "he is recognized as the leader in bringing to North Miami its model city charter, a mayor-council form of government, a city-wide sewer system, evil service, municipal swimming pooN. libraries, sidewalks. modern street lighting, recreational areas and numerous public improvements approved at referendums which he demanded and v on." A resident of Dar'e County for 19 years, Kimbali formerly served as secretary of the Board of Directors of Temple Beth Sholom. He founded the North Dade Jewish Center and is now sn active member of Temple Sinai cf Ncrth Dade. K mball's lifi li .: it icn • 1 1 art and oil 1 1 I him t ) an %  indows in the s; ... : .ledical Ccntei de ac claim for hi 1 rati bi [i re Ha sssah ani on these masterp si At the University of Michigan, ".lure he received his Bachelor ol \rt> and law degrei s, Kind.all won man> priz for debating and pub he spei kit M as formerly city att irney for Opa-locka, chief food enforcement atti rney for South FI 11 li in the Office of Price Administration, ard an instructor in Busi1 ess Lav at the University of Mia mi. 1' is a member of the Boar I f D rectors oi Ihe Welfare PI in 1 Council ol Dade Count}. chairman oi the Industr I Dev<; opment Committei ol Xorth MiIfONA'D KIHIHAU ami, past vice president of t Keystone Optimist Club. p. 1 H -idlit 1 the Keystone l'oi i Homeowneri Association. Kiml I 12914 I*o J le, N 1 1 liami, and is m: %  .. %  1 1 l.i• lie, lor t • ..',;. 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1 Friday. December 27. 1963 •tintiti Ikrirfictn Page 3-A fisnm UNRWA, British MP Says Continued from Page 1-A ficials, Mr. Crotsman asserted the refugees have organiied them salve* into a "powerful privileged group" whose children ervjoy bettar health t*rvices *ni far better education than any other group of Arab children in the Middle East. He declared there were today nearly 1,00,000 Arabs with a vestInclude Anti-Bias Rider In Foreign Assistance Bill Continued from Pago 1-A Rep. Rhodes said that tho Arab refugees were neither leaving the refugee camps nor being resettled. He pointed out that as long as tho United States continued supporting the Arab refugees "we are going to havt a refogee problem." 'V Israel-Arab cold war. In Jor dan. he said, they formed a large enough part ot the total population to have "absolutely •decisive" voice in Jordan's politics. ed interest in the present .state of The Labcr lcader called on ei,h er trie Uiiittf* stMa u DCUM-I I> dividually or jointly to take th. risk of permitting a frank, impai tial exposure of the ahusc to u hie 1 their taxpayer*' money was baity put in UNRWA. He argued there : was no u-e in introducing pro-. losals for ending Israel-Arab tenior-e. which Israel might conceit 1 ably accept and which any Aral state could reasonably accept, l it were known in advance thathe proposals would be rejected by those "who control the refu %  :<•. and who know that peace vhen all details about UNRWA neanj the and of UNRWA." re ruthlessly exposed to the Ugh Peace can come to the Middle >f Say, he added. Sooner or lai East only it a time limit is set W, he declared, the "conspiracy !or the eiu' of the agency and I silence" .mist be broken. — II Yoew Hame Owflltd Home Oatratee' He have they eluding the Middle East." -aid: "American taxpayers gone just about as far as can do in this effort." Other Congressmen -tressed he importance Ol continued American support of UN activities in •N' Middle Easl including the UN Emergency L'NEF coul Book Reviewed on Beach Following the regular businesmeeting of the Lathes' Auxiliary Force. Reduction ol oi G< irge Gershwin Ledge on Monendanger peace and day evening. 8 p.m., at Hibiscus 'lhe refugees, he stated, were problem ol the Middle trigger Arab-Israel hostilities. Rep. remple, Mrs. Hadassah Fassler, > "that the nations involved Ogden Reid, New York Republivice president ol Miami Beach i help to settle." an stated. Rep. Reid is a lorChapter ol Hadassah, reviewed time has come for the Bier American Ambassador to I"Arab Women-Citizens of Israel," 1 Nations to start making hi Opraldire Stern. nsi than it is right now in laa nf the world, inJYS Forms Committee Here Mrs Charles P. Fen:tier.'. 5987 \.i Ray Rd., president ol Jewish Vocational Service, announced ie formation of an Employers Ail ,-ury Committee. Appointed as chairman Of the committee is me G, Greene, Of 1188 Mar -eille Dr. Object of the committee, said Greene, will be to introduce Jewish Vocational Service to the in(rial community of Greater "80 they may become familiar with the agency's program of I'crations, and mainly the work igency's workshop.'' The JVS Workshop is an industrial operation where handicapped persons are trained to enter or reenter the competitive labor field. i committee is scheduled to • series ol luncheon meetlo be hosted by various mem.':.. will explain DO* Jew \ icational service enables in itustrialists not only to save them selves money on sub-contracts, v ill show how the agency ..in supply them with trained tor their own manpower shortages," Greene added. Members of the committee erving with Greene arc Richard 1 Brickman. Andrew A. (Seller, barti %  -, Hcrtzoff. Sanford Levkoff. \on,.it Hallot. Saul A. Scbuunan. and \iiii Stark. Dade Federal Savings ; IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT EFFECTIVE FROM. JANUARY 1, 1964 THE INTENDED DIVIDEND RATE ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS WILL BE ">xur •sit ftnDV sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI N. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 7? OTARION HEARING AIDS Kcpaii Mil MCIM WHILE lOU WAIT %  otf*rli Md Mo'dt Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84N.E.2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES PAID & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Accounts opened" or funds added to .Mounts on or before January 20th will earn from the 1st, and can share in B full quarterly dividend at the new rate March 31st. TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? \ Safe, positive pet control with \ regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS i "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" / COSTS LESS THAN i YOU THINK mn 7-14H ^ Grearer Miami's Largest Exterminator MIAMI SPRAY CO. 1201 OP A LOCK A BLVD. MU 5-1521 OPA-IOCKA, FL0R.'DA RENT PLVMCUTH CAR — AND OTHER FINE CRS — i.m mt WTEK VI t PLUo r< •> M'LE O I ^B Convr. t.: les %  a**7 $^o WeeK up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. 4 '>l W. FLAOLER FR i-6Tt6 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY i • 1.01I Flogle, St. 1400 M.W. J6th St. 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. 11901 S.W.-Bth St. ter Branch Kendall.Branch 7th Ave 0.$. 1 at S.W. 104th St.



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Ambassador's Ball Climaxes Israel Bond Year The Ambassador's Ball, which has established itself as a gracioMH and juyom trsrtJiiur> m th? community, climaxing Greater Miami'* clfort for Israel tfowts, takes place Saturday night, Dec. 28. in the Grand Ballroom ot Ihe Kontairchkiui Uoiel. Heading the roster of distinguished gueata will U' [arael'i Arobassa ui io the t'niteu States Avraham Marman and Mrs. Herman, under whose patronage, together with that of the Governor of Florida, the Ball itraditionally held. PaylOg their respeels to Am bassatior Hannan in a gesture of friendship to the State <>t Israel and theUnited Males ui.l be honored representatives oi some thirty nation I, Members of the Diplomatic Corps ill be escorted in a colorful presentation ceremony by honor a I > pa lions of the Bail Headlining ihe le-tive program under the chairmanship of Leonard Rosen and honorary chairman. Samuel Friedlan -AIM be Maurice Hevitz. grand mar hal; Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, grand bosteaa; Carl Weinkle, chairman of the Diplomatic I'rcs rntations Committee; Jack S l'opick. chairman of ihe Board of Governors, and Jack A Cantor. chairman of ihe Advisor) Board, The Ainb. ssad) r Ball w i the scene ol a cusl im establish d m P.11^ the year afti r the Male ol Israel was established which has since bi en ad iptcd in England, Italy, Braiil, Mid the Argentine In the I ed States, t'.e cuatom ai initial cd in-Miami two years ago and ^iWroii.ioi' arc Klise A. Adams. James M Aibcri, Sidney Ansin. Jacob M. Arvcy, Sam Blank. Ben Blum, William Bornstein. Jack A. Cantor, Sara Czech. Paul Kaske. A C. Fine. Abram Fox. Ben Frankenstein. Samuel Friedland, Sam Fuchs. .Mac Cache. David Goodman. Isadore llecht. Samuel Kipnis, Jay I. Kislak. Joseph Laurans. Davi J. Light, Joseph M. Upton, Tcssir Lilt. Sam L. Luby. II. njamin Meyers. A. J. Molasky. Fmil Max Orovitz, Jack S Maurice Revitz, Phil Jacob Hnkin. Leonard Philip Hoscnbcrg. Sam &f Jfewfislti Floridian Friday. December 27. 1963 Page 7-A Morton. l'opick. Revitz, Rosen, II. Rost. AMoASSADOK HAINAN in that brief span of time has attained i place as one ol the glowing highlights of the communit) s i;e Tinis ihe presen • i. i ; daughters come >>; age t> th \ i '< ador "i Israel, i i ,,( lition tn Ambassador liarn I 'li • emissaries ol n !. nds who Hl grace the : n, a hosl •>! distinguished taiives h om Ihe 9rtd ol tinart-, sciences and govern nut "ill he in attendance. Honorarj patrons ol the Ball Raymond Rubin, Louis B. Rudnick, Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Herman M. Schwartz. Seymour Silvcrman. Harry Sirkin. Irving Steinlauf, Carl Weil kle aid Max Weitz Emissaries ol foreign governments to he presented are the Hon. Fernando A. Terrera. of Argentina; G. lluuo Whitehouae, Austria; Frank C. Sterck. Belgium: Fr ineis N. Miller. Bolivia; Maxtnc Reynaud, Brazil; Sergio Del Rio. Chile. Hugo Nichols, Colombia; Rafael Ca-tio-Cana-. Costa Hica; Alexander M. Balfc. Denmark: Mine. Virginia Ginebra, Dominica; Mire, de Poig, Ecuador; Galileo Cabrales, £1 Salvador; Arthur \ Atkinson, Finland. Jacques E. Turner, France; Col. Galves Sobral, Guatemala; Ri dolphe Babour, Haiti; M. Antonio It-is-. Honduras; Giuseppe !>. %  Gael i, Italy Rafael RayesSpindola, Mexico, Raymond F. Snanahan. Netherlands, Luis De Bayle, Nicaragua A happy beghiing for a successful year. Outgoing Israe Bond Chairman Samuel Frieldand is seen hare earlier in th:year congratulating Women's Division Chcuman Anna Brer ner Meyers and incoming Chairman Laonaid Rosen, whil^ pledging continued leadership lor the Israel Bond effort. Uude their leadciship. Greater Miami continued


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Page 12-A +Jewisfi ncrkfian Friday. December 27. lgtf = Left to right are Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll, Bishop of Miami. David Danzig, national associate director. American Jewish Committee, and Nathan B. Rood, moderator of a meeting co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the American Jewish Committee, where Bishop Carroll presented a report to the Jewish community on the recent Ecumenical Council. The response was delivered by Danzig at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where some 500 persons gathered. Speakers were questioned in a panel session by Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, and Alfred Boas. Mrs. Milton Margulis was program chairman, and Mrs. Albert Dubbin was arrangements chairman. So. Africa Anti Semitic Move Evokes Outcry in Transvaal Continued from Page 1-A immities. The work was well known and had been commended l\v civic lenders all over the connii\. she stressed. N. Philips, president of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, described the incident at "scandalous" and "completely irresponsible," and was "the type of smear that can do incalculable harm, not only here but overseas as well." The Star," largest South Afrii :, evening paper, in an editorial headed "Race Smear." condemns Fouche's raisin}; of a groundless issue, and criticized (he Randlontem Town council for eeing t" make "the outrageous inquiry, thereby smearing not a reputable organization and its members, but all Jews." It pointed out that there were individuals of all sections among the persons detained under the 90daj detention law, and asked vhcther the Randfortein Town Co incil proposed to make a similar inquiry into every organization which asks it for a grant. declaring "Unless it does, its decision on the Union of Jewish j Women will stand condemned as one of blatant anti-Semitism." 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Rumania ruled that a violently anti Israel speech made by Ahmed Shukairy will be distributed as a committee document. Shukairy. one of the most virulent of the Arab spokesmen at the IN, delivered a two-hour address on behalf of the "Palestine Arab Delegation."' Michael S. Comay, Israel's per manent representative, protested, saying that Shukairy spoke as an individual and that circulation of his speech a? an official document would not alter that status. The committee is discussing the Arab refugee question, with emphasis on the work of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Refugees. The Arab refugee debate was marked by on attack on Arab spokesmen on the United States for having initiated "quiet, highlevel" talks with Israeli and Arab leaders in an effort to find a solution. Replying to Arab criticism. Francis T. P. Plimpton. United States representative, said that the reference to the non-existence of "pre-conditions" in the highlevel talks meant only that no prior conditions had been set which might concern "the methods of carrying out the Commis sion's mandate." Bay Chapter Board Meeting Bay Chapter. Women's American ORT. will hold a board meeting Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Fay Ossip. 1836 Biarritz Dr., Normandy Isle. Mrs Stanley Phillips is chapter presi dent. PALMER "Miami's Only lowlsh Monument BalMors" Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS y H. 2\ •>•• OAOK aOUCKVAMO •KAMI l(ACH. rioniOA JI"IKION S-1824 un •aiASBcna) UNI.L omrcTon SCHIDUUD UNVUIINGS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 19*3 lakeside Memorial Park MURRAY GINSBERG, 12 Noon jT Kahht fiormmi Sliuhtro SUN0AY, DK. 2, 1*43 Ml. Noao Cemetery AIRAHAM I. MCSCON, 11 •.. RJM.1 S. T. Swfokji Ml. Sinai Cemetery B EUNICE P INC US, 10 em MORRIS MEIDMAN, 12:30 p.m. Rjhhi i't-ing Lehrma-\ DR. 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Welcome Wagon Calls are made when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or move* to a new home. When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 WE INSTALL GLASS FOB EVERY PI RPOSH STORE FRONT MATI AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors ami Resilvenng Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 SW. 8th STREET Phone FR M343 Morris Orlin "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHtl mCATION TOR YOUR CONVtNltNCt C0UIT0N BROS. i -ARV "MAURY" "NAV YOUR TfXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. mmwmmmTT >



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Friday. December 27, 1963 t**+i*t Flnr/rtfon Page 3-B Hadassah Groups Mark H-Day Hudas li Beach groups paid ned a luncheon to ate "H" m • to toe birtfada) of Hadas Day on Monde) al 12:30 p.m., in ah founder, Henrietta Szold, with tbe Huh.' m ol the Algiers ... patties this week Hotel. MBS Samuel Z Sakrais o as ker, and musiBay Harbor held a dinner '•' l portion oi the program was itc and show af the CarUlon given by Olga Bibor Stern, Mrs. Hotel, Sunday, 7:80 p.m ticket Herman Feller is president. i hairman is Mrs, Milton Riehtm Presioent is Mr-. Ges Roberts. Stephen S. Wise Group held a Henrietta Scold birthday lunchIsraeli Group held its an '•>' al -1nD, auvnl. H o c I nral -ir Day luncheon Monday M '"; dav :i, .. noon : COOn at the Algiers Hotel. A mus raw was given by Cantor Herman Gottlieb, ol Temple Beth Shiran, accompanied by Aide Yas in, coneerl pianist. President is Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. At a membership party at the Deauviile Hotel for 45C : new members of B'nai B'rith. Left to right axe Mrs. Lester Arkin, president, B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami Beach; Mrs. Morris Weiss, president, Freedom Chapter; Mrs. E.v.anuel Tepper, membership vice president, Freedom Chapter; Mrs. Oscar Rosenthai, chairman of th dav; Mr*, nob-"-* Litt, president, Hatikvah Chapter; Mrs. Ruth Corey, coordinator; and Mrs. Helen Hoffman, publicity chairman. BB Women List New Members At a recent paid-up member-hip idenl of District .'>. installed the party at the Deauviile Hotel, 450 officers and board members ol new members were initiated in a 1 reedom Chapter. Mrs. Roberl candlelight ceremony conducted Litt. founder president of Hatikby Mrs. Lester Arkin. president of van Chapter, accepted the troph) B'nai B'rith Women's Council oi for her chapter's winning achieve Miami Beach. ment ot enlisting the most new Miami Beach Mayor Melvin members. Richard extended greetings to the Second prize in this category function. Guest speaker was Paul was awarded to freedom Chapter Seiderman. former chairman of Coordinator was Mrs Ruth Corthe Florida Region, Anti-Defamaey. Publicly chairman was Mrs tion League of B'nai B'rith. Helen Hoffman. Mrs. Oscar Ros Mrs. Shepard Lewis, vice pres cnlhal. membership vice chairi-.vi, was (hairman of the day. More than 8(H) persons attended the function, ical program was presented by I iveisily ol Miami musical comoay singers. Guest speaker was be Rebel Samuel April, of Temple Or Olom. Mrs. Esther Meyer is president. Emma Lazarus Group held its annual Henrietta Szold Day luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel on Monday coon. A musical program was offered by Janet month by Rabbi Joseph B. HackSanders, mezzo soprano, and Canovsky, are tor Herman K. Gottlieb. Mrs. jack Ciment, president; MelJohan Berman was chairman of the chior Goldring and FaUck Weiss, President is Mrs Norman vic< president; Louis Merwitser, Meyers. Herri*tta Szold Group Beth Tfilah Elects Officers New officers of Congregation Beth Tfilah, installed earlier this treasurer; Joseph Medoff and Hymen Zaidman, secretaries; and plan Joseph Meyers, auditor. I Guests to Fete Martin Spilka On Bar Mitzvch Mart:. rome, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, will celebrate f is Bar Mttzvah at Temple Israel |. lf "ttot and I rtertainment featurB Greater Miami on Saturday ing Miss Trudy Lawrence, com morning Mtfrtin'S maternal grand edlenne. David Corcn is in charge parents. Mr. and Mis Nat (Pearl i Roth, %  '•' pioneer Mianiians and charter i lembers of Temple is rael. Oui i ssts ai Iving for the %  are'Mr and Mrs. Jos Miami Fnendlj SociaJ Club New cp h p Qpenber w and daughter year's Eve partj ai the Israelite Edit at Philadelphia, brother ol Center will ; ,! i a ccektail Martin Spilka; Mr. and Mr-. Samhour at 8 p.m. us Mi Temple Sinai New Year's Reservations are still available for the New Years Eve affair,' sponsored by Temple Sinai Brotherhood on Tuesday at the Temple Auditorium starting at !t p.m. There will be music, dancing, a of reservations. Social Club Has New Year's Fete Morris Staff and and .MrDonald Feldman and "•-• ; ul lhe %  %  .. A, %  "and supper. family, M Long '.-land; Mrs. Abe v „.i. "•'., lor Louis Cohen, ace mpamed at and Mr^. Louis Feldman, Brook, |( (i ,, n by h s uiK Ro$j ,.„,,„., lyn, NY: Mr. and Mrs. Herman ,,,..„„„,, ,,,.. committee tor the I. lloma and grandson, Bruce, n,.,;,^ .,., Max GLusbftg, psesirJ Balboa. Canal Zone; Mr. and Mrs. lent, and Mrs, Garshag, Mr. and Manuel Stein and daughter, Mar Mrs Joseph Braff, Mr and Mrs. Q ...... ... .Jacob Aronson, Mr. and Mrs, Max ha, Bibbing, Minn. ., Vr gnd Mr> Yalt shul Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bourn, St. man, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F.yner. Petersburg, Fla.. Mack Roth, DayMr. and Mrs Dave Cashman, Mrs. tona Beach; Mrs. Ida Blaustein, Anna Bloom, Mr, and Mrs. I. Sil-i ver, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stilman, great-great aunt ol the Bar Mltfr charle s „ ko| Mrg Minerva Coh-I \ah, Fayettcville. N.C.; Mrs JacB in Mrg Anna Cortes, Mrs. Minnie Blomberg. Asheulle. N.< ; Mrs. Mjc „| itz Mr an(l M rs. Max, Harry Lasky. Washington. D.C.; I Abramovlte Mrs. Shirley A. Bailey and daughter. Margaret, of Tampa. Fla. Mrs Braff and Mrs. Silver are 1 in charge ot refreshments. Mrs. Ida Nadel. of West Orange. | X.J.; Mrs. Patrina Naples, of Long Branch, N.J.; and Mr. and; Oaf at file KOCeS Mrs. Irwin Berger and family, Eau Gallic, Fla Emma Lazarus Group of Hadas sah will have a Day at the Races A reception in Martin's honor or. Thursday. Jan. 9. at Tropical will be held on Saturday evening Race Track. Transportation and at Wolfson Auditorium, Temple admittance to the clubhouse are, Israel, and his parents will host included in the price of admission, an Open House on Sunday at their Mrs. Esther Kastan. chairman, is home. 9500 SW 73rd Ave. in charge of reservations. SKY LAKE U&np^ MIOH IN THI ILUE WIOOC MOUNTAIN* %  •U'ff. QfcOHJIA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities, small qroups. 1000 acre* of fullest equipped facilities. Registration for 1964 Season is Now Open IRA ft DONNA STmMlU-Ump Oirecfors-S/0 ft MAKIIVN ?* NSP N fh. 624-0692 Ph Wl 5-6904 P. O. Box 159 — Miami 45, Florida



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Page 14-A +Je*lst Her Mian Friday. December 27. 19( Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN It is Spiritual Power That Will Decide Israel's Future ISRAEL: YEARS OF CHAL YENCE. By David Btn-Cution. 240 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. $5.00. work, the T HE head of David Ben-Gurion looks out of the front cover like the prototype of everybody's grandfather, sternly benign, stubborn, shrewd, the famed halo of fluffy hair diminished now in the middle into a winged effect. Inside the book there is the expected tone of these qualities (leaving out the benignity>. as the former Prime Minister of Israel recounts, page for page, the chronological history of the voting land. He sketches in rather quickly, Iir.-t. the years ol Zionist first and second Aliyot and the events leading to Independence. The FeisalWeizmann agreement of friendship between Palestine and Iraq is remembered: "We Arabs, especially the educated among us, look with the deepest sympathy on the Zionist movement ... we all wish the Jews a most hearty welcome home ..." But the 1919 pact was ignored even in Iraq, and the book moves on to its increasing concern with what would become the common ground for all Israel's divergent ideologies: survival. "Security." writes Ben-Gurion, "had to be the pivotal point ol any policy." • Thus the Sinai campaign and. what he calls its "aftermath" are seen as both climax and turning point in Israel's brief new history. The operation itself bought a few years of relative tranquillity, as well as freedom of navigation in the Straits of Eilat and the Red Sea. The apprehension that Israel would lose the friendship of the Asian and African peoples proved unjustified; on the contrary, she won respect and admiration for the valor of her Defense Forces and her continued desire to "offer our friendship on the basis of common values and Interests and our desire to share them for mutual benefit." The "light to the nations" was on and glowing. The last two chapter, "South wards!" and "Towards a New World, express fiercely BenGurion's consuming belief that it i"absolutely vital" lor the State to move southward into the Negev, for both economic and security reasons. It i* Nature here who is th enemy. the purification ol sea water cheaply is a vital need. The problem of power, too. i* a concern, but he indicates 'hat it is moving toward solution "our young scientists," he points out with justifiable pride, "have discovered by Ihem•elves how to make heavy uatIsrael possesses uranufcr. also; and (does one detect a tone of wryness?) "It i.. jfeot impossible for scientists milrael to do for their own pe*l' what Einstein. Oppenheinr and Teller-all three Jev have done for the States." In the long run. he M • er, it is spiritual power decides. And the Jewish p*< pie "will behold the r-iUfc' lion of :he idealof Isaia 1 -. ati its contiibution to the e-tai lishment of the new world wr bring peace, security, avj th> world's respect. ;u:d will als strengthen world peace .an human brotherhood." .Vha can one .i Id? Selah. r Foreiqn News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Herzog Home for Talmudic Academy Dedicated Jerusalem THi OTHER PAY we attended the dedication ol the central buil ing ol the "Rabbi Hera ig World Academy" in Jerusalem. Situated on a live-acre tract in the capital's suburb of Bait Vegan, opposite Mt. Herzl, the imposing structure will be the home of the Talmudic Encyclopedia and the Institute for the Complete Israeli Talmud—to which several more buddings will be added to house the Harry Ftshel Institute for Tor ah Legislation and the Institute for Rabbinical Judges and Rabbis. It was iourteen years ago that the late chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog brought these four great institutions under one "roof" unifying them into the "Fmet World Academy" which over the yi itited from his guidance He did r.ol live to see the erection of the new campus which he envisioned and which materl ed, thanks to the initiative and the generosity of a Committee of Friends in the U.S.A., headed by i:.ii)hi Dr. Herbert Goldstein ol New York, NY. the philanthropist Sir Isaac Wolfson and the financial aid extended also by the Israel Government ami the Jerusalem municipality. The Academy's Institute for the Training of Religious Judges (Dayanim) is the only institution i I its kind in the world. It gives chosen and qualified scholar: proficiency in all facets of Jewish Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Hatred is Eating into American Marnw Washington! tAIILL THE SHOTS fired in Dal" las. T< x bring the nation to] its scnst> or introduce an era off violence and hatred? Chief Jus-I tice Karl Warren of the United] stale. sup: ( me Court is gravely concerned about the future i : human relations and tolerance in America. Associate Justice Ar I ti.ur J. Goldberg feels that Americans, including persons of Jewish faith, now must ponder such questions. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ An Orator Passes w THEN WE THINK of Abba Hitlel Silver, what comes to nind first is the orator. An oraor i~ a thing of magic. Think of ';.t rick Henry rising before the iruinia Legislature and making speech ol ten minutes—and in • day there was no radio or Revision to carry it—but someit spread all the way to Bosii and Georgia to the Soutn. ioe whole country was excited. Think of a William Jennings Bryan, unknown to most of the delegates at the Democratic convention and. in a few nun utes, sending them roaring down the aisles catting for his nomination for the Presidency. The attic in the Silver home must be full of the medals young Abba won for oratory in his collegiate days. He was already then known for his oratori cal excellence. His fame as an orator was nationwide, transcending the bounds of geography and sect. Christians and Jews came to hear him at his temple. Newton D. Baker, of Woodrow Wilson's Cabinet, a very effective speaker himself, once confessed he envied the oratorical gifts of the then very young rabbi. The high point in his career was when, as if by gi rural acquiescence, to him was delegated the task 'if making the speech before the 1 nited Nations for sanctioning of the State of Israel. Taking note of some of the fantastic remarks by some of the Arab delegates, Silver politely bid them remember that they were not then composing another tale for the Arabian Nights. Jews have been the main victims ol the mass violence wlmh has increased in the world since 1939, .\li\ Goldberg stated here in comments on the death ol President Kennedy Mr. Goldberg, a personal friend of the late Pres ident, told a Jewish community tribute meeting honoring John 1-'. Kennedy that the act of vengeance brought shune and a violation of human dignity. He made clear that Mr. Ruby acted contrary to Jewish precepts. If a suspected assassin were similarly murdered in one ol the world's emerging. 11 w nations, said Mr. Goldberg, we would say that lountn was not lit to be a country. Mr Goldberg found all of mankind respon ible ior the deeds of Dallas. He said that the lack ol respect for human life and human dignity has become a dominant characteristic of this age. President Kennedy was a man of love wno sought to eliminate hatred between nation and na tion anil between person and person, said Mr Cold berg. The President wanted a better and more civilized lite for Americans and all the world He ->in-ht fr e e d om justice, order and peace He gave his life lor these goals A painfully honest judgment of the State of American humanity, a condition that permitted the %  :"tal -laying of the President, was also voiced by JU tit e Warren. H I i actical ipplicatiot i law of n ob' 1 %  : L'lvcourts, the lattet en exclusively entrusted with matii i uu : %  uad it diffi I ; impo stole to comprehend I is I the Talmud -<..:t• ad in its l;! '' : : i sectioi and their later crj stallizal h'" 'he legal ci Halaeha N ritten in a iluent modern Hebrew, the pedia provides clear-cut answers at ones ; '• tips i .i basic questions of Judaism and makes the ii • lime the Talmudic discouraea easy and simple lo rasp for anyone so .ar. ten volumes of the Encyclopedia have ea > been published—with thirty more to come. The Institute also began the preparation of a pop nlar cl-ion in English, the first volume of which is tu appt ai shortly. The Revised Talmud will lie the first edition J "• T '" nv< been published in Eretz Israel and that "* %  '••'>• %  %  -' %  %  %  iw. However, .t hi not hereto *" "tal its significance lies The Talmud we know since the Talmud was lasl printed in Vilna, num Pts have been identified rev, •' '%  ; '" 1 "' "t variations from the standard caching sometimes to 2ou on a si page, l/V Ulfmjauj p 0< f. Bv SAUI CARSON Failure to Ratify Gensciie Pact Still With Us l nited Nations] QN DECEMBER 10, 1948. the General] Assembly, meeting in Paris, adopted without a dissenting vote the I'ni versal Declaration of Human Rights.] This year, the United Nations will observe with much eclat the 15th anniversary of the adoption of that Declaration But. overlooked entirely thus far and almost forgotten by some people,I is another document of vast significance adopted unanimously by the same General Assembly in Paris on the daj after the Declaration of Human Rights passed That is th" l nited Nations Convention .n the Crime m Geno e Just what has happened in rogard to Genocide since It went into effect, in accordance with IN pro res, ,n January 12. 1951. when a Sufficient number Utes had ratified the Convention or acceded to it Hl l,y "' •'' %  '" this writing. 0 ni y 7 states hav. ratified or .,,, ,i,,; N „„. hls Ihl ..^ p, ;( nos •hat have ratified; so are Israel and to is Egypt: lo are trance and Canada; so is West Germaav. although Wesl German) .. jtiU not a member of the Untied Ha nous. The two most powerful and most iol'Tucntial uToll %  Z ";*' mber \ o f 'he Inited Nations, th,1 nited States a id Britain, have neither ratified the Convention no: acceded to it. The White House, under the late President Ket nedj revived interval in this dormant question, look,.. „' '. % %  '",'"''"" *' Kennedy authorized Myer Felci -n h,s Depot) Special Counsel, to state that'll.. I m '.. a '• ratification is not dead. On the authorisation !" ,' •;,,' Mr. Feldman note! ,„ July of tbi. rs ••'<•'. Presidenl Truman had ask/ Ol the Genocide Convent,,-: ft matter was still pending,


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Fcge 8-B *J*m*ti nr,rk§k%r Friday. December 27. 1963 JIAN WOMAN OF THE WEEK f*H >**WFI|im Jean Redo was born in Cleveland. 0. As a child, she always : > harcoal or a paint brush in her hand. She studied the Cleveland Museum ar.<; later went to the Cleveland School of \ Shi met her husbandto-he. Jerome Rado. at a girls club mcet\ and a halt later, they moved to Atlanta to start their D ried .1,.. tioa wort consisted of being home with her ehilBarbara. who DOW has a daughter oi her own Tent according to her Manny loves that name', is the most ador. grandchild in the world. Son Stewart .. -MI: v .'t Miami Beach High School. When Jerome retired, and they moved : vi years ago Jean first fell free to delve into organizational work which involv> mmunity. Brandeis University Na,•, ... mittee was the jumping point with M;. Sinai Hospital's Women's Temple Israel Sisterhood com• .! %  %  • time. She be• interested in the work of the V\om. Cancer League ol Miami Beach, devoting much I h • f.me there. Presently, she is pre: • • Her enthusiasm tor what this > has civile in providing specialized pieces %  : equipment fur Mt. Sinai is infectious. It's thai Jus! !...; the fund-raising luncheon for over the iontainebkau H< tel II -.erra sname th.'t > %  ith her art background Jean has not develop th She likes to knit and do needle point, cookinj do sn't like to travel particularly, and enjoys reading I %  | conversation Jean iquiet and reserved, but when she is as if thi hi come out. Strangel) eno-igh. unlike most wives whose hu.-bands have retired. Jen trulj likes having a irw.n around the house—she doesn't say underfoot." He encouiw-eher in her undertakings and. as she ter breathlessly explainit. he's her right hand. He has a keen -.• oi humor Heris dry. so they make a fine team. Foot note—Jerome still sends his Jean a Valentine every Valentine's Da\. • -* •* THEIR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY No wonder. The ^ue-ts at Joni and Stanley Tate's dinner party v. e young, and t was a gay Saturday night. Wcstview Country Club I, ds Itself to beiutiful parties. The table cloths at the tables for eight wen red with black streamerThe centerpieces were tall trees c me in red felt with red satin balls and gold leaves The same arwere on the buftet table. Joms dark beauty was eniced her white costume Among guestwere Helen and Seymour Somerstein Jackie and Bun Halt. Gloria and Mort Feldman. Evie and Herb Logan, Margie and Mortie Hill, Judy and Bernard S derm an kfargi and Charles Dor.ner. Elaine and Jack Buncher, F -aiie and Leon Garfield, (forma and Jack (iaines. Betty and Jerry L< Ichuck Dr. and Mis David Levenson. • • • IN THE OLD DAYS Progressive dinner partie.used to he all the rage Maybe they on the waj back again. Recently, there was one out at the Mediterranean Apartment to celebrate a milestone birthday of Doris i. Eckstein. First course, cocktails, was in the apartment • Ruth an.I Milt n Lesser. Next came the main course in the apart•:t of Myrtle and Morton Greenwood. Desert and Coffee and the celebration were in the apartment ol Gladys and Fred Bloom. Jim K tmau Hoz had adorable posters made of the highlights of Dons" lile, K">/ passed out weird musical in>truments to everyone so they the verses written to 'Hey Look Me Over" Other guests i.i Dells am! Maurj Glick and I.eona Schlesslngef. HERE'S NEWS Prom Chicago comes word that Saul Pohn, known to his many ads here as Sonny, will soon be married to Joan Rieger Siden s nny's sister, Esther Schwartz, and her husband, Sidney, are en U) Chi ago. They're always commuting to Chicago, either to see 'lie grandchildren belonging to Meta and Ronald Berger. or, i -ee MM David and his girl, or ju.-t u see .1 itcolder or warmer ii Chici ii One excu-e iagood as another JCIE DE VIVRE It was as French apossible at the Diplomat Country Club for IN cocktail par;> given by Rosalie and Norman Arkin. Sparkling ;< intainpiddle-, -mall gay tables in cabaret style set the scene te bereted and mucked musicians strolled about playing. All of ( Weinkle-. Arkiran.I Taj lors were on hand. Guests included Mr. ;.-d MrNorman Rosen, Mr and MrHarold Jacobs. Edith and Carl Lund] Manorie and Irving Cowan, the twin Rose doctors. Art I trwin, with their wives, Rosemary and Mel Green, and Pearl and Marty H • • • OH BOY ita good thing we don i have basketball season tickets. The BM at the Miami Beach Auditorium was terrific they say." All Miami University team and the team from California did was I run and make faces and drop the ball either in one basket or ani r Evident!) lots ol women. Including G 4die Rand. Sylvia Fried D ileiier Sylvia Rose, Eileen Cain and Marion Frank were < ntent to let their husband) twist their necks watching the game Ibej weren't there But Mr. and Mrs Alexander Rubin, Mr. MrArthur Lowell. Dr and Mrs David Hendel. Judge and Mrs. G asdey Pred, Mr and Mrs Marvin Zank. and Mr and Mrs. Harry ;• nth seemed to be enjoying the game Ruth Conn Weds Michael Burney Carrying her maternal grandmother's bridal prayer book, the fermer -Paulette Ruth Conn became the bride of Michael Alien Burney in a blue and white wedding at Temple Israel, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 24. Rabbi Joseph Narot performed the double ring candlelight ceremony which was followed by a reception and buffet dinner at the Temple. Now honeymooning in Nassau, the newlyweds will live at 39 Santillane Ave. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellard G. Conn. 4300 Royal Palm Ave., the bride was attended by her sisters. Barbara Conn and Adelyn Conn, the bridegrooms •istcr. Barbara Burney. and June August. Linda Matz was in charge of the guest book. For the 7 o'clock nuptials, the bride wore a traditional floor length gown with a very boutfant skirt of peau de soie featuring .. bustle in the back The fitted ixidice of alencon lace, reembroideied in seed pearls, was style.I with a scalloped neckline and long leeves to wrist point. The six tiered French illusion fell from i ira of seed pearls, and her bouquet was of white orchids, stephanotis and lily-of-the-valley Now teaching at Hibiscus Elementary School in Miami, young Mr.-. Burney is %  graduate ol Miami Beach High, attended the Universities oi Texas and Florida and received a degree in educa \ a %  MRS. MICHAtl BURNtf lion from the L'niversitj ol Miami Her husbani i' iuntanl with ii degree from the Univer -,t> oi Miami He also at1 the I'nivorsin of Florida and is ., member of Pi Lambda Phi, soc ial fraternity, Son ol Mr. ami Mrs G< Burney, 4920 SVi 64th PI., tne 11 idegroom was ervi b) Ronald Kaler as besl man and Arthur Lane, usher. His grandpai Miami pioneer-, are Mr. and Mrs Samuel Spector Beth Sholom Rites For Eidelsteins Rabbi Leon Krom-h officiated .i! the nuptialuniting the former Donna Susan Druker and Gar) Philip Eidelstein on Wednesday, Dec 25, at Temple Beth Sholom Attended by Detra Cohen, the bride cho.-e a ballerina length gown of candlelight peau de soie. Ii was fashioned with elbow-length sleeves, scoop neckline and drapCG cummerbund with alencon lace embroidered with seed pearls. She carried white orchidon her confirmation Bible. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold E. Dniker. 1443 W 21-t St. Sunset Isle 4. newly wed Mrs. Eidelstein attended Boston University and the University of Miami. The briilegrom. an attorney, iIhe son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Eidelstein, Of Rochester. NY. A graduate of Syracuse Collegi %  ; L..w. he also attended Rochester Institute of Techno!,.-y The 6 o'clock ceremony was followed by a reception and dinner at the DUJdo Hotel On their return from a honeymoon trip to Na-sau. the young couple will live in Hibiscus Island. Wn n^r-Kjln MRS. GARY HDUSTUH AUTHORIZED OCAlia Q.ol.ly HEARING AIDS SSOOto $285 s Service All Mafcn bqfteriei — Mold. 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Son of Mr and Mrs Leo Glasser, M50 SW 18th Ave.. the bridegroom iin his last year at the t niversity ol Miami School ol Medicine A graduate of Miami Senior High, he attended the I sersiiies Of Miami and C Attending the bridal couple MrJerilyn Kolt and Judy ]. Getelman, matron and maul ol horor, Cheryl Ann Skakel. '. Mann an I Arlene Rap; i ruii'-maidDr. Robert Michael G -i i M-II abest man. ami men included David Got i • Jo< I.i'\ in and Roger Get) I )l .Miami the I .. | Color,. I iple wen MRS. SJtPHEN GIASSIR Homecoming Reception Homecoming reception was held al the home of Rabbi and Mrs Merdeeal Podet on Sunday noon for college studentof the Temple Judea family I MMAMi CONVALESCENT itOUi 335 S.W. 12th A.VE. no AlUH. U,K1 pk. 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Pag 10-A ^JewlsttfhridUar Friday. December 27. 1963 Deletion of Jewish Scene from Film Hit Hard 3 Continued from Page 1-A mentary, based on possible shots of various religious services, had been considered and dropped. The second was that the USIA had no censorship policy and it had, in fact, repeatedly distributed films throughout the world, including the Middle East, specifically including Israeli and Jewish personalities and events. Rep. Celler called the explanation • %  weasei worded" and t;;id "it will not wash." He asM rted thai a photo of a rabbi was •deliberately deleted because of Arab objections. This is a shocking performance." He accused the agency of censor.-hip. Sen. Keating said he had checked in to the charges and learned that the USIA had "certain general policiea with regard to scenes which they teel would offend the Mewing audiences in different countries. Jewish organizations protesting the incident included the American Jewish Congress, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the New York Board of Rabbis. Despite the denials, Serling was quoted asustaining the censorship charge. Dr. Joachim Pnnz. president of the American Jewish Congress, .-aid he had talked to Serling and he quoted the plaj vright, who acted a< producer-director for the documentary, as baying thai in a preliminary meetwith various USIA officials, hi and Prong proposed the use ot ''still-frame pictures ot American t %  < to dramatize the "feeling ynagogue or indeed anything rer!?iirg"T.o The *39RMkf fSriTh'. ~TRTs unfortunately was a policy problem involving the Middle Eastern countries. We were told that to include such shots in the film would prevent its being shown in the Middle East, since those coun tries would refuse to show any ol the Films The first denial was mads by Donald M. Wilson, deputy USt* director, who said no censorship hoc' been exerted by the USIA. Subsequently a spokesman said that "a discussion of distribution problems in the Middle East might have been brought up as a secondary issue," but he too insisted that agency policy did not include "censorship of any kind." The third statement reiterated the denial of censorship and amplified the list of films c'istributed by the agency containing Israeli and Jewish material. None of the three denials, however, dealt specifically with Serlng's assertion flatly contradictCg the USIA statements. The USIA cited in support of its defense that it had distributed TV clips on the late President Kcnnedy's passing which showed commemorative services in a synagogue. Another recent USIA OCCumentasy showed-Israeli athloU-.in pro-Olympic competition. The agency said it had sent films to the Middle East on pianist Artur Rubinstein, violinist Jascha Heifetz. a film featuring Albert Einstein, and a report on the work of Danry Kaye tor UN1CEF. The USIA Wt it was therefore unfair to charge ttatlj eliminated Jewish content its programs to appease the AraB Sen Jacob K Javif. New York Republican, declared.on tfc<--*aa> ;,te floor that the United ; tates Inlormation Agency had no policy of catering in its o'-Tseas films to the political prejudroes Of Arab countries. The USIA has no kUCh policy pertaining to itmaterial nor will it over adop one, •ie told Ihe Senate Ner Tamid Plans Annual Concert 3eth Beth North annual charge Irving Snyder CANTOR SAUL BRUH Torah Party NOW! Highest Dividends Paid in Dade County! Tain id Religious School projects. ANTICIPATED ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAID t COMPOUNDED QUARIERU Westbrooke Plans For New Year's Reservations to Westbrooke Country Clubs "Welcome 1964 Ball" on New Year's Eve are now open to nun-members as well as members. Sheldon Kay, president, has announced. "For the second straight vear." Kay said, "the club will offer its New Year's Eve bill-offare. Guests v lil be able to dine all night from a special holiday buffet. All drinks are included in the party package, and dancing will be continuous. "In addition, professional entertainment will be offered. The affair will conclude with a New Year's morning breakfast." OF COURSE free transfer of funds from anywhere in the United States niversity SAV.NGS AND tOAN ASSOCIATION lederal ^* or CO'AI CAIUS Miracle MM* at Ponoa de> Leon OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 PM YOU GET MORE CALLS i YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We cart answer your phone in your own name. Lest than J5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Pnone JEfferson 8-0721 Honors Special family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates s sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new borne. % > > r r % r i % > r % %  % % % > r % > % % % % P % % i % your next affair Fifth annual concert of Temple Ner Tamid will be held Saturday evening. Jan. 18. Murray Shaw, president, said that Cantor Saul H. Breeh, of Ner Tamid. will be one of the starring highlights of the occasion. Named to head the committee in charge of arrangements were flyman Posner, chairman, and Airs. Louis Gold and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, ticket co-chairmen. Committee includes Joseph Silverman, Joseph Kahn. Louis Vorncbuck, Mitchell Reiner. Irvine C. Spear, Max Raskin, Meyer Leshen, Albeit Rosenberg, Sam Greenfield, Harry Liehonnan, Morris Mirctzky, Adolph Greenbaum, and Judge LoinStallman. Dan Piver will act as master ol Torah Congregation of ceremonies .Mrs. Henrietta Fine. Miami Beach will hold its president "I Sisterhood, and IrvNew Year's Eve gala. In ing Egel, president of the Men's of reservations are Mrs. Club, will represent their organiNewman and Mrs Richard cations in conjunction with the event. Proceeds are for Temple Nei \ Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL with a wonderful choice of or A Stunning 2400 Acre Country Club Setting Jn Miami DORAL A BW standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned ind executed weddings... confirmit ions, luncheons, bii: inexs BK"U lngi... ringing from 10 to 1000. COUNTRY CLUB True plushne* in a country c'. ili setting. Spaciou-i.r.ss b the keynote for yuar affair amidst the m-ti. fieent decor ol the Deral Country Club. 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Friday, December 27. 1963 MntfsftfRortto/? Page 5-E ISRAEL CAVALCADE OF STARS 1964 PRESENTING FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY THE GREATEST ARTISTS OF ISRAEL IN AN EVENING OF ISRAELI, INTERNATIONAL, AND CLASSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. GEULA GILL Ml C ^ • ISRAEL'S NEW EXCITING SINGING STAR IN A PROGRAM OF INTERNATIONAL SONGS. FAMED ISRAELI VIOLINIST WHO RECENTLY APPEARED BEFORE QUEEN ELIZABETH. ,^ • OSHRA ELKAYAM ONE OF ISRAEL'S GREATEST BALLET AND MODERN DANCERS. GRADUATE OF MARTHA GRAHAM AND JUILLIARD SCHOOLS. EXCITING SABRA DANCERS ***** N$V A** ZAB *> OUTSTANDING ISRAELI TROUPE AS THEY APPEARED RECENTLY ON THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW. > ^ % # M. C. BROADWAY'S FAVORITE HUMORIST This will absolutely be the only performance of these Israeli Stars in Greater Miami. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM • DEC 29th* 8:30 P.M TICKETS ON SALE AT: MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKET OFFICE 1700 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH SHERMAN'S TICKET AGENCY 1655 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH CORDELIA'S STATIONERY 15 WEST FLAGLER. DOWNTOWN MIAMI PATRONS $ 25.00 PRICE SCALE ORCHESTRA $ 5.00, 3.50 & 2.50 DRESS CIRCLE $ 5.00 & 3.50 BALCONY $ 2.00 ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA, SUITE 202, 1370 WASHINGTON AVENUE JE 1-5213 • JE 1-1371



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Tace 6-A k i*t fkwir/i^r Friday. December 27. 1 I •Vatican Issues KM %4l tl • •• •• •* "" **'• Auschwitz Trial Launcheil In Wake of Heated Emotion < %  p n i %  £ .1 .11 I an ." ?t rl a< gl :-•. ?i tl M Ok n -t. M n d 3i V rr n bl ai • ra :'h ," lie %  %  i t. ,.nl v.ab ih ,/v By MAX LERNER 1 %  -I %  what :he < I %  Jews lUsm • %  %  %  %  i f f>*-ee hac b.ttr opponent*, two **ts ef thorn. They were | ,• .... %  UMl ..: I CS. I! %  %  s • -' beism in ..... •. a %  The clear answer is. of course, that it is one thing for the Cathrarch lo carrj on vslM struggle against hostile doctrines. -. *>iher lo maV-c :hc Jewthe Urget of Mich a struggle. aai had itl historic experience with religious | pat capital where the Christian. JewuM HOC by side and strengthened what l ;n each o her. Then came u cruel Inquisition v n fa b ar.d 1errt.es, and then th,expulsion of the Jew • : Sp:.in never recovered from citln r of these • • [ul synagogue of Toledo stands empty and -isolate of what Spain might have been if the Isfltp had not been broken. The Spanhas e joined with Cardinal Ruliini in his .hema. might reflect a bit on the history of their Continued from Pa.-je 1-A :u3 not be permitted until he %  ee the individuals U to represent actUaU) of Auschwllt vieHaul then walked out of f •• ,,. ; relativeof 60 Au-ehwit/. or satel, camps from l-Ml to iio. were epreaested h> Dr. Henry HorDl Trankfuri. Among the rapreeeatiCg II nations, were ree Israeli! and two Americans. At the initial session, three of ths Mancaata were called en to give details about their penoral lives before and during the-r Nazi service. They were Pr^ert Muika, 68, adjutant to ,h f.rst AuseKwitx commandant, kudo J Hoess. who was hanged Ly the Fe.es; Kark Hoecker, 52, i. u a...' tc Richard Baer, the .ait Ajs'hwitx commandant, who ..• a Frankfurt jail l3St Ju e iv.: 'in3 trial; ard Wilh. m Eog:r. 57, an S3 lieutenant n Au ehwiti accused of person|y rrutderirg more than 100 inmetes. %  ts re mem SS % % %  iquidatton cam| during the ,i.t since then mo1 of them have p .-i BUS arespecte and prosperous residents of the chiei which they live. Thej include several unskilled laborers. lers, •. hue collar workers, sperous businessmen, a phar macist. an agronomist, a gynecolgiat, two dentists, a civil engineer, a butcher and a heating engineer Evidence against them has been collected in 8S thick volumedocuments assembled by a prosecution team headed by Dr. Hans Lroaaman. diatnel -" %  >"'' %  -' "' the five years ol pie trial investi nation. Franmuit nroaeeotori questioned i.3oo wltneaaea from around the world More than 3M ol them are expected to be call e during the sis lo eight monththe trial is expected to la-t. Two New Yorkers are amoim the witnesses who will give evi dence They are Hillel Welt man, cf urooldyn. and Norhert Wulllleim. ot FrOBh MeadowMi. Weltinan was one ot those contacted by the prosecution lo give evidence. It was disclosed that pure coincidence wacredited with atariing the Auschwitz Investigation In December, 1058. Shorn) beiore then. Kmil Vulkan. a forinei Auschwitz inmate, visited lh imaknielka, a reporter ol the I further Rundschau • %  '..-•it itii and Comi lice %  Hesse in Wcis ^ %  lubli up h own i. li During the conversation, the former inmate told the reporter about some documei is In-nad found on the street in front of tne J neadquarters in Breilau on May 8, 1945. after the building had been set afire by Allied bombardment. The documents apparently had been blown out of the building by the bombing. Vulkan had saved Wvem • neat bundle for IS years. Kwelka took tV documents ftp I,, |• n i Bauer. Hesse Chiec ecia>r,...u**o diaeowerBd UUK Ihej iran Hatl cf which Ausrh„,!/ gunrda ha' supervised which executions The ease that IMotrau suspects from all parts of West Oermarv l^eaan then and there NUKSt in her lot* 30ft divorcee with 1 ehiM wishes to meet gentleman, object matrimony. No objection to children. K.S., Box 273, Miami 33101 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE MMM TOWrMO rear •feii' CeW Coest Coverafe Covers foer MKmf Area Wl 5-1602 Passafiume Sunoco Service General ft'pairs ood Service 5390 W. rHqler HI 6-WJ5 EMItetNCV A A A soviet JFontamm Hotol Phon538-6431 2642 COLLINS AVE. am Bea h, Fit ia tOK THf HOtfOArS U'"' A CUSTOM TABlt fAO ARROW TABLE PAD CO. For t-rte £timat and Sample* M Vnvr Home Can HARRIET NABUTOV8KV FB 3-4S91 1924 SW 8th ST. ^VVVVW^W^^^*^***^*^**^ Ral Lei K'l Bt 3n a r.d g i e< A grt revo'ction is in progress in the Vatican, and while the :?ia> be sidetracked I do not believe that In the Otlavu and their Spanish allies will e lorm. It was the brainchild of Pope • pir.' among the Cardinals of our time, the ardinsl Bea. the lewdoes not stand alone in the stn Church There are great changes proposed in Then i< the movement to give more power and • ad of concentrating power in the i all. there it •ne Ch.pter 5 proposal to recognize the (TC • : ,,11 faiths, even in 3rea> where the Catho• .. rity or where there i> %  Catholic i is as crucial lor Protestants as Chapter -i i for F great change If these proposals are cat • nv >re wiO ha\e been done in three J h and the relation of the laith than \ • ; three t PARCELS to RUSSIA o ROUMANIA o POIAND HUNGARY • LliHUANIA Food Woolcnt, So ; t : ng Dr* F.briti Wtir.ng < ppoel. 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Friday. December 27. 1953 3 i -•%  -.-%  : .::: %  .%  -j =.J sess^rrs Stempels Mark 25th Anniversary --.. Hz mi X: %  Z3* i>:a Aaaenca toA the Beth Jxtt • %  itS. seres } pel aw fced ts : bearr r^ .--*: rears fre Pmtj %  1 --1 -. -. % % %  -. : : i: .: -• 7 %  % %  nil aete-r Mairs:: < I "^"l e^"* :* ALL APPETIZER ^ ITEMS AND PRICES ctr. ST Available at t these Stores Beth David Has Catering Service Mi m :*: i ;*:MB £ U S**fF* s • A IEACH ASO NO* AT 2700 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.. HOLLYWOOO r>ces elective thru Weekend Quan^ty Right* Reserved MSI S! *3 SHEET N MUHU M*C•?30 5 I • f -rr. COtAl GA4.ES •400 -AID.SO AVEMUt JO'7 TYlit SHEET HOUT Carol Mum Wfl Sing Sunday %  :.1 -.. he beard BE a reatel ec Senv a :* Xr •cade art seats by Eoejx. Kir kanaka*!. Sadere aae Yeck-.3iss Btsm wiB also be heard tx. rest Paeeaa. OSea!••-:-i: --•. : .aac Xr)Loc E Bint, aad %  i m • %  KhoaL ske aas eb: ..XJ-Z. --. Tbe xjy eae ef m kod %  atai 1 Fi-na* t JJ t a a kacbes aac bakery tc eeefc. hate aad aerre -_ae feeds er the Bast t—> i %  hi vice ires* treat 1 uaa e c n I'I iaaai • • %  -%  ::: .'-. ... -•.*.•;: %  CORNED BEEF 48 KOSHER STYLE Slked to Your Order 1/4 LB. ROAST BEEF Recipes Available On Index Cards SLICED TO YOUR ORDER 48 1 4 C LB. Mae; •IT.* Tetley Tea For Winter Pleasure peeper %  -r jar: 1 people bo %  %  a of u the esjoyaaea: r. brags. vma: tte %  • for tbe 1 :: : : aea ret %  _i-:: .:• ^-^. • :--• -, ..• : >: • • •;• • -. • : — % %  -'. :-r > %  • 1 %  CHOICE SIKED TO YOUR ORDER PASTRAMI LB. BARBECUED CHICKENS EA. Far mar tbe Carer** txaae to eajo? TTea aad taear reasoes are seead NatEirj -_ take tbe cbiL afi aater faater. and aare pieasaet daaa a rep af pipie< hot Tet iry Tea Tetiey Tea is tbe oai; vrtk tbe faaMw -UST bttie tea ktaf" fbner. aad yea art the taaar heart} tase cap after cap. It s ae ader that Trur> Tea Om tea dnefcer's tea. aad tbe •a teeite af faiites eiei 1 Bbere .m are aat a tea dnaker. ail sxx* reeaaa a> try Tetiey Yoali fad it a wek acat cbaeae trees year repUar dtiek. aad 2 fcaa a pea are tr saeer caa bay — CARP Women's Council I !" HLY SMOKED Holiday Party • tbe Coral Gabies Veteraas HoaTbe *ard vas decarated. patieats were pnnratd vtffe odradaal pits, aad refreshaeats %  en awea Cooacil l e t er a u 111— 1 nefi: Te Mr* Dr->; *>berj aad aletet Darbaa are m barge President cf Uiaac CnaatP t LB. 88 99 69 FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED STURGEON 1 4-LB.



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Irs. Fine leads Body ^ Kmc. Miami Beach [L. a | i, ider. h been n*m, ui>' Division chairman 5J Hom ol South Flor, v ,, announced Robert L. Turchin tialbut. co-chair 1 ,, \, -lopment Fund i (tee of the kosher leseenl home %  n .,Bikur Cholim. and ^ j, i Kelaer, pml Israeli Exchange Prisoners are Back from Syria; Report Shattering Atrocities ... See Page 10-.B tL 1U. ovnan s li/orlJ Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, December 27, 1963 Section 5 MRS. CARL WCINKLE Broward Unit ,-,.. as played -'ti active community oriiKlniK he Papani %  *-|H fa ^ 1 Research Institute. W* -Jr rrf h Federation, loi the Aged, and I \ ixiluo r ••, Temple Is%  Beth Shol tm and Mrs Fine h %  '' "'' Plans Dance ... % %  tee is now rve Hi Mn E i dinner at the [ hick will he Jewish Con|. m m its current ,1 capacity. j£fc&*&£ Mrs Weinkle to Chair '64 CJA 'Jr ft. Hollj wo< %  %  'i the Jew i-h Home [or the Agi d ol Great er Miami "ill hold its annual din i, r am eand show al the Cai il Ion Hotel on Saturda] night, Jan 4 The affair will be held in Ihe hotel's Caf< Le Can Can, with Lou Walt< i new Parisian revue ;,. the entertainment Entitled Oui mn Paree.' il stars the lam I, Barrj Sisten Paal functions "i the Hollywood Auxihar> have provided 'he JHA with i medical cent' r The up coming affair v ill be lor the bene ht oi the m w addition io the Ablin Nui -i: j Buildin i, w h i c h ,", ubles the II ime's capacits from 105 to 211 • ds. Mr. i., i ard Bockerman, pres „•,., | ol Ihe Hollywood Auxiliary, and Mrs Hi l< n Greenman are lion Mi • i ai I Weinkle haaccepted Ihe chairmanship ol the Women's I) on 'H Combined Jewish Ap, ii was announced bj Dr Irving Lehrman, \ campaign chairman, and Federation President Sidney Lef%  T he dedication and devotion to nitj and to our community ol Esther Weinkle, her husband i, aid. and ll.en famil) is one ol v Im h we are fully aw are.'' Dr Lehrman staled l am delighted that Mrs. Weinkle joins our campaign team. I know thai the Women's l)i \ ision will continue to take its rightful place in the community and m in CJA campaign as the backbone ol leadership, spirit and support for all." Mrs. Weinkle, who has served Federation and the Women's Dili since its inception 26 years ago, calls Federation "the papa h< mama of all Jewish charin Ihi community "Bei ause I know the greal importance Fed* ration and its role as our tr il Jewish philanthropy, I am id i" share in the 1964 CJA n pai n with Dr Lehrman and %  ilh the many dedicated leaders have come to the forefront this years." Mrs Weinkle declar i A meml er ol the Board of Trus tees ol Ihe Greater Miami Jew ish Federation. a m 0 n u. Mr-. Weinkle's important honors her selection this year as the recipient in Miami ol the first Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award which she n ceived tor her -ardent dedication to all worths philanthropy, for her humanitarian principles am! i ir her unstinting de cation to Ihe welfare ol the State 1 1 Israel ard to Jewry through Ihe world." Mrs Jack Ablin ami :.i -s. Inez Krensky, past chairmen of the Worn I'S Division, will serve as chairmen ol the Important Pacesetters Luncheon, "what l know v. ill be one of the finest Women's Division events of our 1964 CJA campaign." Mrs Weinkle stated. % <1^$0J^$A^ TO ADD A LITTLE G-l-V-E Beth Jacob MRS A. C. FINE Betb Jai ob Sisl ; will hold ..,i all-games parts on Sundaj 7 30 pin at Beth Jacob Pro reeds will go Io the religious -i hool. harburt shift 19.98 n J by ISABEL GRCVE Twentj ntth annual New Years Eve parts ben, given bj Alice ..., Louis Spector ol Coral will be m Honor o f son Stuart M-,\ his fiancee, beautifu ha Paula Kent Shes „„. daU ghler ol Mrs Alice Kent and Philip Ken, Traditionladen affair has heretofore ceU orated the Spector s owi What you see is a neat, chic, button-front shift. What's new is its sensational fabric. Dacron polyester cotton Lycra added for ease ovement. And what you'll feel is subtle "give'' and outstanding comfort! soft pink or aqua; 8 to 16. he Cchen. daughter of Mr. ; Mts. Sol Cohen, and i'-laughter of we"-Vnown %  nmrnitty lenders. Mr. and Max Weitz, will be nq young ladies to be < rited to Ambnssodor and Mrs. Avrcham Harman rael at the Ambassadors n Saturday night at the nobloau Hotel. iFor %  : i!ional details, see Pag~s A.) trothal on a New Years Eve a quarter ol a centurs ago Now the newly-engaged couple JJ, tIso be toasted In cham pagne al midnight • among the many hundreds ol new and old friends and relauve. rom near and tar al to tag evenl will bo over 150 young : n „o, friend, ol *P*j" Stuart from coUeges inFlorida Ihe am %  • • Attending will be grandpar ,,,,,. Mary and Samuel J Spec or. W and Ju.^ Go-dman.^ r-fc Harry". Continu-d on Page 6-B BETTER COORDINATES MIAMI i THIRL* FLOOR). ALSO DACElANP. MIAMI BEACH, 163.d STREET. FT IAUDE3DAIE, WEST PALM BEACH M SUNS'" *-


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Page 2-A +Jewlst) ncrkfiair Friday, December 27, igcl SAMUtL (MIDLAND Top Miami Quartet Plan B !" i Bail A roster 01 Qtitaleoding lea !ers ive join:'i f".\ a-gtetir.g preparatons lor" Ape of Biecommunity's osl impressive events, the Amtsador*s Ball. urr:h annually -• to 3 climax ihe Israel Bond rt in Greater Miami. The ;..: takes place Saturday r.i^ht in ilie Grand Ballroom ail the Kont. inchleau Hotel. Heading, the Ambassador's BaU CoinmiUee a.e Samuel Friedland. honorary c hair m a n 01 the Greati I Miami Israel Bond Organizaon; .i.uk \ Cantor, chairman of Ihe Advisor} Board; Leonard Rosin, chairman; Jack S. Popick. chairmen .1 the Board ol Go\ernors; Mrs, Anna Brenner Mey1 rt, grand hostess of the Ambassador's Ball; Maurice RevitZ, grand marpecial program. A highlight of the session will be a report from Deirdre Greene and Max Nlsson, who attended the Florida Conference of the United Christian Youth Movement in Silver Springs Fla.. as representatives of the L'SY and the Greater. 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During the event, the United Fund presented awards i<>r service rendered during the if>G3 cam paign. The ss Jerusalem made Befh Am New Year's Entertainment, music through the niyhl and supper will he tea tured at the New Year's Eve al t:.ir al Temple Belli Am sponsor ed l>> the Sisterhood. Mrs. Leon ;rd Hayet. Mrs. Joshua Segal and Mrs Marvin stem are in charge ol Ihe event ,'a grand entrance early in thp ^ onted hy two fireboat t u ^ J. ihue Coast Guard cutters A six foot lung United Fun] lurch was lowered to the 500-fi Jeitafatem by helicopter. yfiki lord, Gladyv.. was also airlifted to the -hip"!,. dare devil pilot who hn'k\i"hJ • rail on the Jerusalem Ihe pilot, 37-year old Lo U n e .J ;, dropped the. helicopter m .. fool i j IS tool kpacef. Akiva Goffer, Florida* >| pr '•ntat.ve for Zim Lires, sud hii firm sponsored the eyent t% t me*.i ot showir.j.tV aro>jJ ng ir.vo!vement the steamship company has with ihe Greater Miami cemmunity. 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Page 10-B i U ~Ut n*rifi*r Friday, December 27. 1963 Israeli Prisoners Report Bloody Syrian Atrocities lERUSALKM UTA' — Israel 11 take steps to insure the re iin-of L i • ineie Israeli pr i w %  r bein-j held in Syria, it was ;J*xl here, following the ex nange oi prisoners between Syria rit l-iael Sunday, when the Da lascu* Government released 11 ~iw*?li prisoners lor 18 Syrians eviously confined here. The names of at least four Is,ilis still being held by Syria iTe given to Israeli Government iDjtiah by those v ho were releasI'by Syria. One I-raeli, accord ,' lo the freed prisoners, had ien executed by the Syrians, and nMher Israeli Has reported to uVP committed suicide while beta held by the Syrians. Some thos* —' flfMTT •F IMF MM INC line-it Chinese Food at Popular Prices LUNCH „. m 90c DINNER ,,.„ '1.35 W£ A1SO HAVI TAKI-OUT ORDIRS BISCAYNE BOULEVARD S001 754 10H 759 9611 hen the UN Security Council con idered Israel'! complaint against Syria, wboa%aaatdieaB u -j — %  d two young Israeli farmers at .lmagor. Gen. Odd Bull, then hlef ol start of the UNTSO. had ioposed that both countries exhar.ge prisoners as a step toward %  a*ing of tension-. Later, the resident of the Security Council nd UN Secretary General U "hant voiced similar appeals. The Israeli delegation at the United Nations has been pressing lor completion of this exchange lor months, many conferences having been held on this issue between .Michael S. Comay. Israel's permanent representative at the UN, with Mr. Thant and with Dr. Ralph J. Bum-he, UN Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs. Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, reported on the prisoner exchange at the weekly meeting of the Cabinet, and voiced high praise for the "special efforts" to bring about the exchange made by Ml*. Thar.t and Dr. Bunche. Previously, the Foreign Ministry also thanked Col. Wilkinson, the chairman of the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, for his participation in the long negotiations. The returned prisoners, when rroseted prior to rejoining tbeir families, complained of cruel treatment in Syria during their imprisi nmert there one of them ;.id that he would go on a hum Mesitva Picnx Slated Sunday Women < I Mesivta senior high chool will hold their annual pic nic on Sunday starting at 1 p.m. Refreshments, games and prizes trill be featured at the event to be held on the school grounds, 1021 Biarritz Dr., Normandy [sle, Arrangements committee are Mrs Lrwin D Makovsky and Mrs. Phillip Jacoby. All proceeds go to aid the Mesivta Scholarship Fund. ger strike until assured that the Syrian atrocities would be invesligated--Jy the -TintedNatiotrs: Medical examinations of the pns oners indicated that some ol them may have to be sent to mental in stitutions and that some have been so affected by the cruel treatment they received that they may have to be confined to men tal hospitals lor the rest Ol their lives, Itzhak Haralel, ore oi the freed prisoners, described some of the Syrian atrocities. He said prison era were subjected to electric Shock treatment, being badly burned in the process. Some Israelis. he said, were forced to crouch in side an automobile tire which was wheeled around the prison courtyard. Another was placed in a cell containing hungry dogs. The ex-prisoners named the Israeli who had been murdered by the Syrians •• Maurice Hanak, whom the Syrians had accused of "security crimes." They said another Israeli, Joseph Shmeih, had attempted suicide several times but was sav„ fcrf, .by fallpwpjivOTV*,*••* %  ,• chem Menacho, another Israeli, captured in 14, reportedly died of hunger and torture in prison. One of Ihe returnees Avraham Da-kal, captured 12 years ago. is on the verge of a mental breakdown. Two of the former prisoner were in such a state of shock that they could not even give their own names. United Nations observers watching tfce exchange -aul of the Israeli rrturnees: "We i< ver saw such a broken group oi people." According to reports here, "Israel is considering approaching international organizations in connection with the Israelis still being held in Syria and with respecl to the cruel treatment gi\ en those who came back Sunday Continental m Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Kail or Synagogue iami's Only "Shorrcr Shobbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 KREPlACh • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNI5HFS • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor Oriqinal HOFFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. C %  Air-Cond. InrJ. Con. ^ROMWELL %  ? 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STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant I CONSFCLTUE VEAH i „uer Same Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOAN ROUMANIAN CHLES-C BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT sNI"\l.1 .-. •. •JT 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 -j%$ 21st off Collins Ave. % A Miami Beach — y FLAMINGO -w= Kosher Restaurant 743 Washington Ave. Miami Beaeh • DINNERS SERVED 3:30 TO 9 P.M. • NEW LOW PRICE POLICY Mff WINC Miaa HORS DOtUVKS Closed Saturday • ALSO OPEN FOR LUNCH • FINEST CATERING AT LOWEST PRICES Under Rabbinic il Suptrv.a.wi ot Rabbi l.aac H.r.ch Ever Some Management as the Alpine Hotel, Bethltbtm, MM. TH£ MARCUS' p hone 532 996 I v STEAKS RIBS ROAST BEEF Compl.m.i.ory CAISAI SAlAp BANQUET FACILITIES' free Pork,*, L. 0N All VfAH ROYAL HUNGARIANTW RESTAURAN' 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 >.!* Cotermg for Bar Mift.oh,, Worfding,, end oil Social F„ncr.n i7o.5.g g -srsa M JJ ) 2655



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Decembr 27. 1963 +Jm4stntr*&*y Paoe IS-A kGAL MOTIC1 OUBL CATION l£V, COURT or THE 3C 1C MN.-T.'N .\-. I 'N FOR DIVORCE vi: JOHSST N %  \ -••• PLACE i.MIO I .hnst-n UN : %  %  (f • -.i. ,i mil n ... • r .l.:. thtPlaint vii l; H n. AHrCoral Gal %  s. ii.in.iXvwtttem • %  < th. • %  I 1 • PUBLICATION |CUlT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF IN AND FOR DADE SCHANCERV 63C 133 FOR DIVORCE I • iWIK • \ Y : Slj" 1V1 IK. % %  • IN • % %  I nil ..f foaiplal %  • n rtu.i .ik.in.-t .... .1 I., ^.-i \. Dp) r nr I'l. I.IIIIK t>> the nt .in Hi. I'l.. Intliri ..II. I I.. V.•!.-'.• :n. III! |i i..ii.1.1 aim r I* ending! in ihi %  i •' • %  '..uri I • *h ,!.,x -I I II ;..r f.i.l to .1.. an, j.i.lwii.. 1 I..taken again t you .i.-.l in ih. Kill "Mama! Cone quick er redt yiddish!" Lt&AL NOTICfc --E COUNTAOCt s <,c FOR C*OE COLS"* FLOW OA IN P=C3'£ N; f.'J A N I NOT CE -o .""E: TORS x%  %  • i .-.x xTZ I -x S %  \ I LEGAL NOTICE i I'I in%  -h.ill fur I : ~ H !• MR .1 IKpttbtlehed "li. • f.nn utl< • xx. iH.u.i'i:iiii.\N %  KKKIi ..T da) % %  December iTHERXAN, dark. i %  i iIr.il'IM.XM' •HI Clerk :\sTKl.N" II Ifl I-.7 %  INTY JUOGF* COURT foR DADE COUNTY. iN rHOd* • *v-O 60869 A [A IITHA TO CREDITORS In ..n.l All Person* Hat I l>. niandi xgalnal •-.. %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 63C U436 i:<.; KI.;I i:/ l> aii'ER I..I X K 1AXK ... %  x\ xHI H. -xx VKIi %  NOT CE BY PUBLICATION I I:\N„ \ > : > HoWAKH ..n.l II II. iWARO. hi* t I tftreei nrleai \ nipluim %  • %  I'.-.Lluon nn I %  : aaalmo I'ldvtna ih. IT ii> HI l'•• iv, I-., i ida, '.' "it,, ,.... ms.'XYNI. HH5Hi \ ML... >rding i" i'i. rial ,,,.,. I-.,: I• Ial i .... :•; %  •! lit (l> I %  :, l.. i .. i%  i .--I i ..li 1 m r< 'lulrrd !• %  -• rv< copy xn.-.w i Iher pleading n PI mitt alt irm ., HKNH Y M %  \x AITSKX, ITTO Sana bow Bl\d N." Hi %  %  • %  "' "'•' ,| „, |hv ..in.-I in* Ifl* "1 n .... I rl ..li %  •!hefor. lh %  % % %  "'• %  ; taken a nfeaaed again). i • vr I.I %  ihi* I lit daj r i: I.KATIIKRMAN nit) KUn hi i !. SNKKI'KN. j flerk LEGAL NOTICE N -E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No '34B %  -• K, IAN I %  %  %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS r \ V Pi -IM •I Said : -' '• F inrd I n ,,ii. K nhlch >u may 1 HVMAS w V 1 %  .... in. iud< f l %  ;-•-' a* prvvi • • %  in th. ...m:i Counboun %  DnA C unty, Hori.'i.i. withtn -.\ ilendar month! (Tarn Hi. time .•: Ih* I %  P ibucnUoji h.-r-,.f ,M;h. name "ill t"haired. i -,-. al Miami. Kl cMa, Ihhi lk da) .-1 Hecember. v P S\I:AM WYI.' ME A El K.r-t puWI the :"t'i OB) t>l I •• %  jj Be „, %  ;.„..:,, m .S: II. In By S. ,1.,:: N l|.|llll..ll Attorn. ) I • K*i itrls J4f .-• NOTICE BN PUBk-CATlON IN THE CLRCU T COURT OF "-E ELEVENTH JUD'C.AUC =-. CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN C"ANCER> NO uc isa IAN O WA. 8 SUIT FOR DIVORCE v s A 11 .. • '• %  • \. I S I'orfc %  %  I S \ • %  %  l:' > •. h. .... IY*k W I live week* WIHH I % %  • L\.\. i< >M: A.N i II:II:KEI %  MI I i %  • K I'I.KATIIKKM XN %  01 L IM'W t'nUM). I SXKI x I || KM S .. v %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^ Jen i <> fk rU%*r •elicits your l*gal notice*. W* appreciat* your patrcr.ag#j ar.d t7uarant accurate rTic at Ugal rates Dial FR 3-4M5 ior rr.essan.jer nrric LEGAL NOTICE N -_ E C'RCUiT C0UR T OF TH I'TM JUO'CiAC CIRCUIT O^ FLOR'DA N AND FOR DDE CCLN-> N c-ANce> N.-• C -JiST ptkini n \ \ i \ > NO" CE BN RURUICAT ON '. • \ v i.• x N rt N N Too are hen ka t i • l %  • idtac i • a %  •.. •%  %  I %  v IIF.K-MAN f. V < NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME UAW \ 'ICE 1> HERI*W> 'Sl> ^ :N ,h -'' ... ~ ,%  \>TK\sT SI RK Ml.'l' I'. • • hev mi i • %  % %  %  n i \K KSCHESRRKXX1 I. K I Mil' n.HTM IS '.: URAIvY i • n. rwilh th' ,1. .: I.. ml., r. .1. rel) notified and -Hi an) talma and .HI ii.... ha. • i 11..-11: MAR ill \ •> %  1 ..,.!• %  < 'ounty. KI... Ida iiia< ..1 1 I.I.I. < Ram< in iliii.li. ..!• anil Hectl<>n Tt; IS, l'."i '"• l |ii -II ..in...in ib< • u Hi n |)ml. publication here.. in be bam .1 .11111. Hi.ii.l.i. Ilii" |ber, .x.li lW. x\lIN MARTHA x! .\. i-utor atlon ..1 tinnol 1 • .1 Dacamber, IM ritllOLMAN kecutoi .11 l.lnm II -•:. 1 ::-! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 61597-C IN HE Kami 1 .11 \ MK KES.MKOFK, '" NOTICE TO CREDITORS n.l All I'i rauii11 'X HMnda Aaaiiml NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKl'.KI'Y HIVES th.u Hie (It in bu* fu '!", .11:1:.Mi: KIMBAl.l.1 1 il Kl.M: Ifcidi • and i'. ami *!•unaini-t ii'ili To Ml 1 la hei • li) nol 1. %  %  (Hired 1I'" -in ; -' in.in.lwhich >"' %  "• ,., I.I County. i--ioiidH. '.:,•',,,.,.,,.. ludaeaol imde County-, and rith. -""• '" du ,?' u ;* u ;' %  !"' u >. ilon .: %  •• 1". H'-rnla ..1 in Hi'< """• 1 mde 'ounty 1 lot 1!. mi.ir month* ir..m ubllcallon here,..,;.,. ., Miami. Horida. till" 1 ituy ul .1 1IN THE 1ITH AND provided hlatutea, In Ihe ,\ .. irthonae 1,1.1 nil n -IN the lime ••( il" IM l"" the HIIIH x\ ill be ban ,1 ut Miami. Klorlda. .,„l.,i, A.l>. I63 li TICE UNDER .OUS NAME LAW 1 IIBRBMY OVEN lhal ed, .i.-Miiiii: lo .-iiK.i-.in %  r ill.li. tin. .II11.mi of HKCOHIHSO BTl'IMtW Kiuliil. su.'-i. Miami. R. Ptorlda. pCRXEY, aole own< 1 iini'i ,v Moliainaii I l"ll7.miin 'r.-.l III in. > lulMimi riil u rt, 1 1-10.11 TICE UNDER TIOUS NAMI LAW IIKRKRY HIS 1 N lhal R.-.i. deKlrlna t.> ena' %  ,.,.s Hl.S.MK-lrlAs Executor iM-i publication %  thla nol the !th tla) ol 1 "1 "'%  1. xxall-. ft • .it'n-'" tttorni S '" r Eecul< r ,.„ Lincoln Rd.. Miami lleach.^la. HAIO, M SlfRTlXO HO N %  :nd A-. • x\ (ii I to rei of the 1 %  ^BROME KIMBAI.L Rl lt(K KIMI.A'.I..,11 Suorttag 1 ^ 1 „ t.fn-rT. I CIRCUIT COURT OF THI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO3Ct29r KOKMI LCISA LOPK8. Plalntlfl FERNANTX • 1^ 'I'i:/ NOTICE"OF' PUBLICATION %  ri.-m:\xM'" LPPEZ. ISI.A i\i-J'IN.I'S .I Ml. ICARCEU) RBI'l*til 1* *V "I <* ^ KRNANIH1 I...I'l'/. I'M 'I'll. Republic "i Cuba, file your .in- -r '••' (..1 tMvorce with the T" Y Tt 'I Pino* Jail •• 'ar< > are required T the Coinptolnl Clerk of Ihe above 1 .uri, .1 ltd aervi ., cop, thenol upon Otao ''^''-"",'. Attorney, i-ll C^pra RM \nori.ia ..i %  i January. will !• taken -i NOT CE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 3nl da) HE OF FLORlD'i "lN"AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C I3S22 I v yirs 1 XI AS I 'I'I'I.KY Plaintiff. iiiVM KS .1 XNI: IH'DLHY, '"'"SUVT FOR DIVORCE I,. Ill XM'KS JAM-) i'l I'l.lY 1 Sai inl Btreett llolx .-k.-. Ma--... bueetU You KRANCKH JANE :i ,.. hereb) notified thai ,-,.inpl:iiiit f'.i Divorce 1 anwJnal you. and you M.-I-X.. :l l-|ixi'l the Hill ot I'.lliplalnt •.;. Gtll.I'M XN. HDI.KY a Hill "' been file.i u are required i" your Answer I'.lll ot X E i'nd Axeinie. Miami. or before Ihe Ith day IM1. or alae oomplalnl .1.confeeaed Dated %  •' Mi.inn. II"" 1 m ber. IMS ..,,,.,,„ v i: B. I.KATHKISMAN Clerk ..f ih.llrcull Court Pad. Count) Kloii.la U) 1' .'l-KLANI' S.al I lvputy i IN THE C'RCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH aU'DiC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERV NO tSCUM*. SEI.M V E WKl.l HEUISEUT x xx I. SUIT FOR DIVORCE HEKHERT A VVi >1 FE x^ x .' x Eaird .n.l II .. I : %  ... ir a • %  \. % %  .. %  th. 1" %  Ida 1 1 on th, |lorney, IWNAU 1 s Rl 1,-1:. .--' > x\ Th rd Axe,,-,... M • %  Eh.rlda, .. %  ,im! Anawi r u r in the ofllc, ol the x-leiV. of th.I [on •' %  Itn day >-t si if x.'ii fall to bj default x ill be I I-. n a-.,.iu \ 11 i..i :h. r. It. 1 .1in the 1 nip ..ini. IH-Ni: ,\Xl> OROEREP at la. thia :".'ih da) ol Sovi mber, A.ll ISM y. 1: LEATHERM VN I'l.ik. it Cuui 1, 1 'ail. Count). I' ,. 1 1 >..,: %  I> 1: II LAX WAY, l>eput) >'!• il> 1: t, is, !•, •-': IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN TY. FLORtOA. IN PROBATE No. 5.471 -B it. 1:1: EetMle •! ARTIU'R I. MICKI.ER, RR •' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAVA N.M'I. E IS I ,. x s ... V \ It '..K' 'X lRS s :h M Ihe flerk cull <-.-'irI • I MI.111.1 IV> • %  thi MITCHEI.I I'.M1:1: i'l .xx VR1> !'•• 'I'lSS .;.iROE 1 r vi 1 VN.TIAl 1 • TI. x .in 1. Uncolt Kl.. ::. 1 1 is *. erk IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNIN PROBATE No. 61337A TY. FLORIDA. vr 1: so-s ITICE UNDER flOUS NAME LAW HEREIIY IJIVEN lhal ,1. dealt Inu t" en 1 ih.flctltloua nan %  ol •|-: IIII.I.I.XKI'S .a ii"'1 \... Miami, I'l.i In'. 11.1Ril 1 mine xi ith the ft c 1 .,1 1 mile < "ount) %  1 1:1 i.-s 11:1 • X.M 1 Role 1 i\x net lp< 1. eks Miami. 1...., iRafnal ou" fir the reifc ", h ;-. ;!!!,;: f .. s h7.M: "....M...,..., %  ..;.• m'.^K^.'^sVlVla'KlMxN poNK ASH OROBREIl at iin> Kill da] .-i A i 1 !-; LEATHERM vS. rierk. I, curt. 1'-i'l''"'.""'V-, ,v"i, (seal) Hy: >' ., V"1 lieput) • Goldman, fioldatein ,x l'..l.-i•401 Weal Kl .%  s '"'' '., Aitorneya for Plalntlll | In RE Eal H' of JOSEPH CATLER '""NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i-'..l.iiand All PeranM Maxim: Clalmi or I'.iinin.ls ASMIMI Bald Eatate: You "rli.iel.y notified and requlred to pr nt any cJalni demanda which you "• %  •> h-jxaji.n.-t ,1,. eatate ol .H'SKl'H CATLKR. *e.. ,-.,, late .'f Hade X-..1I1HX. l-loi-..ia. t he Count) Jud*e ol Hade Counan.i file the name m duplicate prex'ldeil m Section • Slatllt.-s. ill their "lfi.es In iii Dude I..UI1-x call ndai ih.Count! Courthouai iv, Ktorlda, within month* from the lime ol the find publlrallon hereof, •• %  i''<%  • "l "ated at M ami, FI01 Ids, II day % % % %  I'"' moer, A.U II JINK CATLER MILT" IN < x 11.1:1: xExei • % %  %  publication .•( thU nol •• on the '.ih da) of Uecemb. SIMON HAYS .x tlRCNDWEH I > f,.i 1 -.. I \, 1 in, lliiildtnii IV. ...~..l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR OSTRIBUTION AND FNAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 1hereb) nixen that I have filed Final Ri pot t and IV lillon u.r Dlatrlbutioa and rtaal IHechonte a* AdmlnlatI iinx of theatate ..' \ 1: rit 1 1: 1. MK'KLER, SR-, decena ed: and th.u on the Ith da) of January, IMi, x\iii apply t.. til.Honorabu t*ount) Judaea ol Dsde I'ounty. Ki..ii.ia. t..i approval .•( aald Klnal Report and for dlatrtbutlon and flnnl dlia*harf[e ..s Adinlnlatratlx >.f Ihe eatate ,.f the above-named dectdent. ; Thla .'I'th day "i Sovember. IKS. ,-i KODE MICKUSR B) William \' Patteaon 1:1.l\s HOKKX. Attorney jr. \v n isier si Suite %  \" Miami, Klorlda IS .;. IS, 1, !' NOTICI UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN lhal ih.nn.1.-i.-mm-.1 dealrlni li %  in bualnee* uiuler Ihe fielllloua mime ,.i JACM H MIHHKIN. I' i' > al Huntinaton M. dlcal llldj M I-., |nt< n.u to reslatei aald nann ith Ihe i'l. 1of the 1 'In ull Coul I "i 1 a,1. County, I .1 X. K II MISIIMN I' X aole ..xx 'i r BYRt iN I. PPARItl II r.'.i 1.in. .,in 1:... Mniinl i'.i IS/8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63Clii30i .;; ESN M OOSNEIL l'la'.-\ > ii'i.v ,'NNi:r. 1 >. iennil NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T. • .iri'Y ••. INNER iRexid. n.-e unknown! You at hereby so %  "'plaint for i'x %  •.. haa b< %  ana T.-I ) at, n.l you ..%  • berebjr r. uulred to aervi rep) D< I ot 1 anaai r i.. in, Comphtlnt ..11 Ihe l.alnthT torney, LEDTrlK RtXIERS. xxho Idreaa is ISI S.W nth Utreel Mtanii, nrMa. and file ihe original ..t your Vn-w.r in Ihe .• %  lie."f the Clerk ol the Elexrnth Juinclal Circuit in ami f, 1 Hade r.'iintx. ElorMa, on 01 b< I fore the Tth .la* al January, IM4, In default % %  •. xvhl.li ih.Complainl xxill IM lak< n .is confeaaeil I'X you l-al.-.l .11 Ml.i'i-I. Kl.'li'la. II I ,1.1. %  Deuembi r, IMS K R li: vTHERM xS Clerk "f Ho ''" 'i"t Court KM I.YM XN 1. .^-ix cu 1:, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IX HER EM Y UIVEN lhal the 1111.I'1 si.iin..,l d.-iring to ena;.' in bunineaa under the flctltloua name of iNIVKKSl'l Y ONE 11011: CLEANING .11 -'•II S \Y .Tth Av. niie. Miami, Kl la. Intend 1.' register said name with lhe**lerk "f the Circuit Court of I'a.i.i'ounty, Klorli ... THOMAS I RR XM'YS xROXOVlTX. Hll.VEK .x. KCHKM A11..1 ney* for vi'iii.aiu ..; Alnah 1 llkhj Miami 3X. Kta. 1! I, IS, %  .'''. It NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i ITICE is II 11:1 HY UIVEN ih.'t Ihe underaUtned di engmse HI bualneax under ihi ficiltloue name ..f KHEEI'.M X \ > CLEAN MW al 'oral l-.i.. Mian Kl ntt nda 1 ui-i. 1 mid nanu 'lth Ihe > ol Ih. Circuit Co ol 1 '.ul. I'.nitm iln. THOMAS .1 IIRANItYM xRl >Nl 'X 1 I"/ si i x ri: <. 'HER x X Mi.,. 1 1 I.i :



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Pag 12-B §fwl*l> FkmldRtori Friday, December 27, 1M3 Mrs. Leonard Rosen (right) discusses advances on the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with Bernard Cherrick, executive vice chairman of the Board of Gov ernors, during a recent visit to the university, while Mrs. Fanny Rosen looks on. Board member of the Women's Division of the Friends, Mrs. Leonard Rosen, anticipates meeting Cherrick again when he is in Miami at the Woman of the Year luncheon Friday. College Students Interested in Hebrew U To Attend Friends Award Lunch Friday Among those attending the Woman of the Year luncheon of the Women's Division of the American Friend. c of the Hebrew University, according to Mrs. Max Weitz. chairman of the gala event. will be many college students in the Greater Miami area for their winter vacations. Interest in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on the part of students enrolled in American universities promote young people to participate in an event where the speaker, Mrs. Joan Comay, v ill report on some of the latent developments at Israel's great institution ot higher education. According to Mrs. Samuel Simonholf, president of the Women's Division, the program for the Friday noon %  ward luncheon honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers at the Fontainebleau Hotel will be attende.i by groups representing many of the local organiza lens in v.hich MrMeyers is active, including ORT. Jewish Home for the Aged, Brandeis L'ni versity, Madassah, Council of Jew ish Women, Jewish War Veteran.' Auxiliary, Technion. Deborah and many others. In recogniton of Mrs. Meyers' service as a member of the Dade County School Boar.i. Superintendent of Public Schools Joe Hall Mid chairman of the Board ol Public Instruction Mrs. Lyle Roberts will be seated at the dais. Bernard Cherrick. vice chair man of the Board of Governors ol the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will attend the Dec. 27 luncheon, and bring greetings Demonstrating her admiration for the State of Israel and her interest in the accomplishments at (he Hebrew University of Jerusalem Joan field, noted violinist, will present a musical bouquet to the iioi oree, man of the Award Com nittee for the noon luncheon iilrs Jack S. Popick. Beth Shirah Hears Cantata Nursery and kindergarten of Temple Beth Shirah this week presented an original cantata, t'hanuka Land'' under the supervision of Mrs. Jane Schulman, i supervisor. They were assisted by Mrs. Dena Parent, Mrs. Lillian Stein, Mrs. Pat Krohngold and Mrs. Lucille Taub. Rabbi Morris Skop extended greetings ti> the gathering. Beriard Friedland is education chairman of the Advisory Council. Participating were Craig Zimmctt. Kenneth Schulman. Susan Wynne. Steven Radoff, Evan Aidnan, Robert Smukler. Carol Miller, Paul Schneider. Ellen GoldStein, I.ynn Cohen. Neal Sehaecter, Andrea Colin, Debra Kronemer, Debbie Liebling. Cindy Cinnamon, David Singer. Cathy Kaiser, Marjorie Baros. Debbie Taub. Carolyn Friedman. Nina Brite. William Altfield, Jill Kramer. David Ghezzi, Steven Feldman. Kyle Resichan, Michael Stein. Ken ton Friedman, Lloyd Appelbaum. Ronald Nadel. Marc Abramovitz. Sruce Klein. Brad Symens, Perry Martin. Lexa Roscan. Marcia Radoff. Debra Frank. Audrey Krohngold. Jeri Cain. As the first series of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's Adult Education Program draws to a successful close, the Planning Committee meets with Dr. Irving Lehrman to map out the program for the next series beginning Ian. 7. Seated (left to right) ate Mrs. Milton Sirkin. coordinator; Dr. Lehrman; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Sisterhood president. Standing are Mrs. Thomas Trent and Mrs. Isidore Lorber, co-chairmen. Seniors to Meet With Their Rabbi 1,000 Attend Dedication Ceremonies Of Jewish Home for the Aged Expansion Some l.ooo communal leaders Joined in the dedication of Ablin Memorial Expansion, including the Louis and Helene Bresler Administration Wing, Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer Pavilion and Henry L. and May Heymann Pavilion, at the Jewish Home lor the Aged on Sunday. Judge Irving Cypen. president o! the Home, Introduced 'he program. Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater M arm Jewish Federation, and John R. Ring, president Of the United Fund, both of whom an nually support the work of the JHA. delivered greetings. Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl. delivered the invocation. Sidney Spec tor, administrator of Hie Housing and Home Finance Administration in Washington, spoke at the dedication ceremonies, which increased the capacity of the Home from 110 to 216 residents. He praised the Home at Douglas Gardens as "on* of the country's foremost institutions that has led the way in pioneering in facilities and service to the aged." "The concept ot the Ablin Pavi^ BUITOlV/ IMARINARAJ SAUCE ( %  MATHS' works wonders BUITONI MARINARA SAUCE u linn with its outstanding medica! and nursing facilities is that ot the restoration of our aged loved ones to health, to a normal life, and in many cases a return of the elderly to the community." Speclor declared. "You are among the leaders in the concept that we hope some day to see all homes for the aged practice," he said. "You are a social, recreational and health i nter that inhibits the resident's deterioration and makes the future years pleasurable and important to the individual.." Spector said there are now 18,ooo.uoo persons over 65 in the country, with the group over-85 il.e fastest growing of any in the nation. "Enough housing units for 150.000 oldsters now exist," in said. "The construction of these quarters has taken place in the last two and one-half years— more than in the past five years combined." Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the JHA-Federation Development Fund Committee, paid tribute to the men and women of the community who helped make the Ablin Memorial expansion program a reality, and to the men and women whom he called "our splendid humanity" for their dedication to the aged. He also praised the Women's Auxiliaries of the Home, "which helped to make it the largest non! i lit institution of its kind in the South." Leaders of the Auxiliarj cited were Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs Lawrence Silver man. of Greater Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Stanley If. Beckerman, Holhwood Auxiliary; Mrs. Barthold Strauss, Junior Auxiliary; and Mrs. Jack Morgenstcin. Miami Auxiliary. New Year's At Doral Beach Doral Beach Hotel, on the Ocean at 48th St., Miami Beach, will celebrate New Year's Eve in these facilities of the hotel: • Starlight Roof, featuring filet mignon dinner, dancing to the music of Mai Malkin and his orchestra; Lisa Hall, vocalist; and! Zatura and his Golden Strings.; Gift photographs w ill go to each I celebrant. • Starlight Bar. adjoining the Starlight Roof, offering a com maud view of the sky and city • Shell Lounge, swing head; quarters, ieaturing Damita Jo, Singer; Luis Varona, Latin macs tro. e Shell Bar, adjoining the slull Lounge, where Damita Jo may be seen. • Mediterranean Room, filet mignon dinner, favors and festivities. At the Doral Hotel and Country Club, one mile west of the 36th St. exit of the Palmetto Bypass in Miami, the Conquistador Room will feature a filet mignon dinner and dancing to the music of Yal Olman. Continuing with a practice begun two years ago. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will meet with Ten pie Menorah's high school seniors in a special breaklast-withthe rabbi on Monday. The annual seniors' breakfast has been instituted in order to give the seniors a chance to re new their acquaintance \ I their spiritual leader. Joel Rcinstein, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Reinstein. Miami Beach High senior, will be chairman of the seniors breakfast thai year, and will help to lead ir. 'he discussion on "Is Anti-Sr-'nitism Dea; V Picasso on View Here James David Gallery, in con junction with the Kootz Gallery. Madison Ave., N.Y., is exhibiting an original Picasso oil, valued at $70,000, on exhibit at the Kane Concourse Gallery through Jan. 15. jo tpor o"M 1-Wjf, 2-nioKt gof-oeavented' hnml ra Por.oor. JJS pt, POM., Z in a oom. -w ludm d.r-ton-liKonw rson., QO.OIWI mol|. c~o.lt ot (i.Ki.j, %  Di'l if, b.n of*d hoof %  : r, o woln il ..rvp; pi .1 1*aifva od otSor Monj pl<3i_i. 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Friday. December 27. 1963 Ipnl.cf tkrifnr Page 9-A Mrs. Can Weinkle, a a ; a c! the Icte ^, e i ove d First i eft are ivi rs Weinkle, Mrs. A. C. Fine. Mrs. Sam •teem r • cv o: the v.o: M Weinkle acknowledges Blank, whose efforts as chairman of the event :ocst end congral -. of several leading made It one of the mo'l successful in the history '" embers oi the I e for the Eleanor Rooseoi the community, Mr.--. Sam Luby Sr., Mrs. Sam srael Humanilo [umanitarian Award Luncheon, at Rost ar.d Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman her :v. %  en behci! of the comn :.. .. h Mrs. Weinkle was guest of honor. From of the Israel Bend Women's Division. J>*T *~/Vlilestonc Uear for sjsrael Jjond f~ rogrcm The year :'*;:! wai .1 milestone in the hii irj 1'. [srael, marking its 15lh >..r of statehood and the first yeai oi redemption oi [srael Bond-. For Miamiana 11 was also a milestone as the com munity ones again reached new heights in service <• hracl through the Israel Bond program. Through 'liuyear 1983, to be climaxed by the Ambassai i'> Bbll Saturday night, was once again a banner year tor Israel Bonds. Beginning with the launching ol the Israel Bond campaign nationally al the annual international Israel Bond conference %  n Miami, ihe [srael Borlom :•. I %  cgogues, and • A. Adams. Century 1: ustee of Israel, at a reception for noted delegates to the conference. .. wns warmly Mr*. Jock S. Pot>ick. Mr. Popick is chairman Noted folk humorist Sam Levenso1 as d of the Boord of Governors of the Greater Miami cmd entertainingly evident al the .* £ srael ^ nd Q^anizatio. In a dramctic ceremony symbolizing Israel's slatehood. leading Miamians participate the kindling of a giant replica of the traditional Menoiah at the Israel-Independence Day Dinner last April. Here, kindling a symbolic candle. ,s A. J. Molasky. Looking on is Sam Rost, who served as Torch Bearer for the ceremony. %  Mrs. Jack Katzman, outnoinq chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bends, was the recipient of the coveted Woman of Valor Award at a luncheon sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Congratulating Mrs. Katzman (left) are Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, luncheon chairman, and Miss Lillian Goodman, then president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. More than a thousand women attended the precedent-setting event.



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Page 16-A feaWcfl fjbtf tt'MW Friday, December 27 Hebrew Academy Dinner Jan. 5 Anticipates Biggest Crowd Ever Advance reservations for the Itith annual scholar-hip dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad emj passei all previous records thi-; week as the committee of n•> r than 100 persons headed by Leonard HOMO, general chairman, completed plans for the Jan. 5 function at the Deauville Hotel Miami Beach hotelman and philanthropist Jacob Cohen will be feted at the S100 a-couple nffair at which Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Herman Wouk will be principal speaker The 60-voice student choir of the Hebrew Academy will provide special entertainment program. ..nd there are many other Miri r ses Rosen asserted The more than 350 students their parentand the supporters ol the Academj will also be celel rating the 16th anniversarj ol ihe founding of the Academj al : .tan :> dinner, Associate Chairman Maurice Revitz an.; .' A Cantor, Joseph i ohi n and B I Binder co-chair Wolfie Cohen, honorar; i hairman, Harrj Genel and Sam nhard, executive members, and • mb< rs "i the host c immittee i ushed forward with ticki I sales a re< ird pace Rosen thi11 k anm unced tnemb< rs ol the i ru r committee > Vs>-Ilc k|>|l / It, H n n i-/. lira niti %  i %  n> %  i %  I n. H %  • ; / tin* i;.. id 111 vi .-i Newman Again Named to Board Edward T Newman, local funeral directoi and owner ol Newman Funeral Home, has again >>•< n ap p tinted by Rep Dante B I %  %  to the congressman's Cilizi ns Ra ting Board Max J, Affachiner, president >>i %  Biscaj ne 1> >mocratic Club, announced the appointment. The board interviewand screens candidates who have applied to Rep Pascell for appointments to West Point. Annapolis Air Perec and .Merchant Marim Academies %  : %  .l.l-i. -in. William '...i.l-i. in. Rvther iocHlman, l.llli in i ;••••.! M I Oo xv.-li;i1 1 • ••iil rtT. i % % %  : Ml.: II • i K, \l .-••.•< i Irunrtw ern, .\i. \ ';.11111:11111. Mark L HHnia, Mas II.. he. David Kari 11. Ilernard Kats, I:. \ Jacob Is ill, Samuel .1 K • In, William Klin--, i-i. %  • Kran • Rev. I. -1 |>ll [\ratlts, I 'ax l.t l*x iliI Xliil^n S l.uh.ii 1 I:. 1 II M ic .. S.,11: 1, I M MHBI.I, I':. Iri!i M-ikuvak}', W 1I1.. 1:1 .. .x ni.. 11 Mvlrmun, \l. \ Mllle Murrta U. X! i|< All sail. I. I M.-K..V Its M r \.,MI i:.m.. .1 T .\. man, W .1. IM j.h A. I '"si. IIMI 1 J I;...-. D, ll.tl-x ll'.-.'lll.i-m 1:.-. nl>. n Mow 11 !: %  •-. 11s n ll'-i'. t\ Sulh.ui Ki 1.11,1 Itubin \\ R Si.In. x liuhinowlti. 1. II Kuilnick, 1 1 M .1. Hafi •. .1.1. k bhlin. Rabbi s lii 1. Irank >. hnriila 1 ll..|l..-ll S. Sllal.ir... l.-.-i' I aril.. I .1 >.'a l|Ma \ S'a. iiiMian. Ri-njall T..l.iaSimon, Ham Slinom \., !. • I Sa.rof I i -. .'.-..;•. 1. T •— li. in., n x\ |nl ul \x \... xx 11 Talking over plans for the 16th annual scholRifkin. Oscar Member, Harry Genet and arship dinner oi the Greater Miami Hebrew liam Pancoe. The SI00-a-coup!e function ai Academy at a committee meeting Sunday oring Jacob Cohen will feature on ad li r| morning at the Academy are (left to right 1 Pulitzer Frize-winner Hermcn Wouk on Ian] Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Jacob at the Deauville Hotel. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR COMM Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: *<>* ACME • ^ HOOl fl\4. •A co. *~ 685-1952 NORTON TIRE CO Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Avo.. Miami Op'n ?4 Hsu.i anil All Day Sunday Now tire with truck-tire tough Super-Syn BUCM t l**VDf P s F • I | m MONEY DOWN FREE MOUNTING B.F. GOODRICH COMMANDER 220 LIFETIME GUARANTEE NYLON COHD CONSTRUCTION INSTANT CREDIT LIFETIME GUARANTEE A I* B F Gooii ,, r I.--ir ii,i'.'i.-o foi life o* ougn,!! ti'jn without limit •' H l'"e | Q Mllllll Jet.rt* m mat* '..i 4MQ *'km."t -i no Qinl %  A'OI-TS ci'tt breaka auacd i-> 'oatt ^i/J'rls MlCOunfrr^a if no* t4 7 ^'5 "51x14 BlACKWAll lUBE.IYri 9 45 16 45 17 45 BlACKWAll lUBfltSS 11 95 17 95 1995 WHIIfWAtl 'USE IX-PI 12 45 19 45 20 45 WMIttWAH IUBEIESS 14 95 2095 22 45 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT AbleUl.ly No Carrying Charge en |.d,., Acco.nti •I *0 Dayi .r Lel MIAMI S300 N.W. 27th A,. SOUTH MIAMI 530 S*.k Dlii H., HOMESTEAD 30100 So.* 1 Federal H,.



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* Fridcv. December 27, 1963 +Jewist> fhrMian Page 5-A Shazar Will Greet Paul at Meggido Leor. J. Ell (second from left), president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, presents a beautifully illustrated Bible to Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein for their "outstanding devotion and dedicated service to Me Ami and the Jewish National Fund." Presentation was at a Me Ami meeting attended by more than 500 persons in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Looking on (left) are Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the JNF Executive Board, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right). president of the JNF Southeast Region. 'Graphic History 1 Sponsor Receives Key to the City Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard this week presented the key to the city to Joseph Schlang. Wall Street realtor and philanthrop •*. The presentation wti in recogrition of Schlantf's sponsorship of Tru .raphic History of the Jewish Htritage." a new book describeeat the key to the Bible." The beautifully-illustrated book portrays tne biblical period .n a rew graphic pattern so that one can easily see and une'ers'and the full panorama of the 39 Books of the Bible, inc'uding tie h weeks ended Nov. 9. which were $52".175.000. Rabbi Malavsky Delivers Lecture Kiibbi Morton Mal.ivsky. spin let. er Of Temple Beth Shol cm. Hollywood, delivered a lee 11 re on "Yiddish Literature" be the 11 nununil) Institute ot ,-h Studies of Broward Coun ,. : Wedfleada) al Temple Beth em Elevat) d to the > com miltee ol the BrOwar 1 Zionist Dis tiict, Rabbi Malavskj served 0 Advisor] Committee for the special salute antl dinner in hon D i of Murray Simons, held Sun ay ..1 the Hollywood Beach Hotel in conjunction with Bonds for Israel At a recent luncheon ot the Hollywood Rotary International. Rabbi Mal.ivsky spoke on "Brotherhood and John F. Kennedy He is also scheduled to be featured •peaker al the Cuban Jewish Club of Miami when they meet at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Bldg. Continued from Page 1-A can doubts that the original plans might have been interpreted as a Vatican recognition ol Jerusalem SI Israel's capital. After visiting Nazareth and Capernaum, the Pontiff will proceed to Jerusalem where he will ascend Mount Zion to visit the Coenaculum, the site of the Last Supper. It was reported here that the Pope has expressed a desire to bless the Christian Homecoming Set At Emanu-EI Extensive plans for Temple Menorah's Homecoming Week include a special breakfast with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Friday night services dedicated to college students in the area. This Friday night, the following college students will participate in a panel on the subject "The Voice of Students'": Nicki Englander. daughter of Councilman and Mrs. Malvin Englander, American University. Washington, D.C.; Jamie Barkin. son of Mrs. Maizic Barkin, I'niI varsity of Miami; Carol Snyder"-.an. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Snyderman, Parkham Junj lor College; and Steven Scheaifer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheaffer, Manhattan School of Music. Following regular services, all college students will meet for an Oneg Shabbat, featuring a continuation of the subject discussed in the pulpit Sisterhood of the Temple will serve a "coke break." On Sunday morning, Rabbi Abramowitz will meet with the -tu cuts foi a "chat with the rab bi" breakfast, where he will dis cuss the formation of the Menorah Chapter Atid College Croup. Hebrew-Speaking Group Chug Ivn. Hebrew speaking group, will meet Tuesday. 2:30 m .it Temple Ner Tamid. Leon Goldberger will discuss "Rabbi tlriva • %  „,! p|, Softool." community of 4,000 in Jerusalem. Since Mount Zion cannot hold such a crowd, the ceremony will be held in one of Jerusalem's major squares. A major : open mass will be held in Nazareth. The welcoming ceremony at Meggido will last ten minutes, during which President Shazar will eliver a brief welcoming address and present the Pope with a spec Iflcally-minted gold Pilgrims Medallion set in olive wood. Similar medallions will be presented to the Cardinals accompanying the Pontiff. A Herat spokesman raised the i question as to whether President Shazar should welcome the Pope outside of Jerusalem. Official! sources stressed however, that courtesy required that the Pope be greeted at whatever point of entrance into Israel he chose but the same sources conceded that the route chosen was not acci dental. In Rome, Maurice Fischer, Israel's Ambassador to Italy, declared in an official statement that it was necessary "to affirm thkt the pilgrimage of Pope Paul Beth Shirah JFK Memorial At the conclusion of the 30-day period of national mourning. Tern pie Beth Shirah and its Religious School will unveil a permanent memorial electric plaque honorin" the memory of the late President Kennedy. Each year on the memorial date of his passing, special lights will be kindled and some act of chariiv will he performed in his honor and memory. The plaque will read, "Lest We Forget Our Assassinated President. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Dedicated Servant to Cod and Humanity, Nov. 22, IMS—Kiatev B, 5724. May His Memory Inspire ', to Good DeedRabbi Morris A. Skop will of fer the eulogy, and Cantor Herman K Gottlieb will invoke the sprisp ; memorial prayer. VI ro the Holy Land has an exclusively religious significance, as he himself has declared." The envoy issued the statement to correct "erroneous interpretations" which he said had been given to the visit to the Vatican by Theodore Kollek, director-general of the Israeli police inspector general. The two officials joined Dr. Fischer at a meeting in the Vatican to work out final details of the Israeli portion of the Pope's visit. The meeting touched off speculation in the Italian press concerning the status of Jerusalem, which some governments still refuse to recognise as Israel's capital. "Any political interpretation given by my contact with the Vatican, or the presence of the two Israeli officials, be it in a positive or negative sense, are without foundation," Ambassador Fischer said. COINS SOUGHT, SOID ana 1 APPRAISED Sidney W. Smith-Rare Corns 2512 BISCAYNC BLVD. 7-1M0 ROOM and BOARD For Elderly PtcpU Spil low sumj mr rate*, ttricMy Kohr. Warm atmojpher.. Car sarvica. Also EffKieiuy -reasonable Rate. Mrs. H. Uvin, I 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 + THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your Furniture, Cloihinq, linens, Dishes, Drapes, He. 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Page 14-B fJewisli FkridUain Friday. December 27. 1963 /) a/ <^Sriitzvah Martin Spilka Qc Saturdaj morning, Doc. 28. .^•tin Spilka will be Bar Mil/ ,ih at Temple Israel oi Greater iiami, with Dr. Joseph Narot ofcialnig. lartin is an eighth grade stuent at Palmetto Junior High. An .tstanding athlete, he plays base ill. basketball, ami football and a member of Youth Center BBS. Member ol a pioneer family, the lebrant is the son of Mr. anil rs. Martin Spilka and grandson Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. His grandparents are charter embers ol Temple Israel, where -.e]r daughter, Mlll'cent (Mrs. as a member of one the fii'-t confirmation classes Following the ceremony, the ar Mitzvah will be honored bj parei I • al %  Klddush. Mark Levenson Dr. Irving Lehrman will of. iate al the Bar Mitzvah ol .'ark. .-on oi Mr. and Mrs. James Levenson, on Saturdaj morng, Dec 28, al Temple Emanu-El In the eighth grade at Nautilus .inior High, Mark is a member the Science Club and reservi and. He is interested in fishg, bowling and tennis .Markgrandmother, Mrs. In /Windy Mitr.ick Lidia tpelbaum June Hess Robin forman g Befler, will be here from New ". irk City for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored a luncheon at the Deauville tel following the ceremony, Stephen Gillinan On Saturdaj morning, Dee. 28, J :.bbi Mordecai Podet will officie al the Bar Mitzvah ol steph.1 B.. son oi Dr. and Mrs. Nathan illman. 501 San Scrvado, during ...-vices at Temple Judea. A ninth grade student at Ponce inior Huh. the celebrant has M blue ribbons for horseback ling and jumping, and is a memer of the Hunter and Jumper ssn He plans o continue his regious education Dr. and \Irs G illman will host e Kiddush In Stephen's honor. June Hess June Lisbetb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs David lies-. 40 NW 171st St., will celebrate hr Bas MitzM at Teih Torah Congregation n Friday evening. Dec. 27. RabMax A Lipschitz will officiate. A seventh grade honor roll stuc-nt at North Miami Beach Junr High, June plays clarinet in '-be school band and is a member • the Young Judaea Organiza •:on of Beth Torah. She plans i continue her Hebrew education, The Bas. Mitgvah will be hon oied at an Oneg Shabbat following the ceremony and ai a receptioi and dinner at the Algiers Hoti oi> Sunday at 7:::u p.m. Mindy Mitnick Bas Mitzvah *>' Mindy, daughhi of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitsuk. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Dec. 28, at Temple Emanu El. Dr. Irving Lehrman >< ill officiate. In the eighth .made at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, the celebrant is in the National Junior Honor Society an bas been on the Honor Boll since she started school. Mindy ia member of the Temple Emanu-El I layers Group, has appeared in many of the plays given by the organization, and is now active in the l.-Y The celebrant will be honored at a reception Sunday afternoon .:; her borne. Charles Belsky or Saturday morning, Dec 28, Charles, son ol Mr, and .Mrs. Fredcrick Belsky, will be Bar Mitzvah, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating at Temple Zion. Charles, an eighth grade Student at V.V-l Miami Junior High School, is a Hebrew High School Student and plans to continue his ktudies in the Temple Zion confirmation class. Mark Goodman Mark, BOD Ol Mr and Mrs. Jack Goodman, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congregation on Saturdaj morning. Dec. 28 Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Hyman Fein will officiate. A student of the Beth Moshe Hebrew School the celebtant at tends Thorn;.Jefferson Junior High. A Kiddush in Mark'honor will follow the services ii Popiel Sot ,.1 Hall, and a dinner dance will irdi ) evening al I ie 5 CenterToby Marlin Fridi y evening, Dec, -7. • ..., gl a : ol Mr. ai.d Mrs rb Marlin, and granddaughter Max (;. Mahler end Mr and Mrs, Harry Marlin. v ill be 11.iMitzvah at Temple Zion. Rabbi Allied Waxman will officiate. Toby, an eighth grade IIKI.I.I ai Ponce Junior High School, plans to continue her studies in the Temple Zion confirmation class, Richard Horowitz Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Horowitz, 8350 Byron Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Net Tatnjd on Saturday I,., ruing Dec. 28. The celebranl ia student at Temple N5 NW !th St., will observe his Bar Mitzvah during services conducted by Rabbi Davi RosenfeW at FlagjerGranada on Saturday morning, Dec 28 The celebrant is a student a: Kinloch Park Junior High and m Flagler-Granada Religious School. Mr and MrKaufman will host ,i reception at Biscay nc Terrace Hotel <>ii Saturday night m their son's honor LISTEN IN TODAY HEAR JACOB SCHACTER PLAY YOUR FAVORITE YIDDISH MUSIC MON. FRI. 11 A.M. 12 NOON AND SUN. 3:45 4:15 P.M. BROADCAST LIVE FROM THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL, MIAM BEACH, ON WEDR-FM W.I ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL t < << a



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•"Jewttti fteridHrnr Pnn 13A Paqe 11-A 1 Kaplan, Harris To Co-Chair CJA Trades Council Appointment oi two leaders in tiie Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Leon Kaplan and Marshall S. Harris, to top positions as jochaiinun of the Trades and Professional Council has been anI'ounced by Dr. Irvin-; Lehrman, chairman < %  the 1964 CIA Campaign, Kaplan, a vice president of Federation, served as chairman ol -he 25th anniversary meeting of ihc Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A national vice president ind former Southern Section president of the National Jewish Weiiare Board, and a past president ol the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers, now the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami. Kaplan has headed the Lawyers Division and Professional Men's Division ol CJA. and Is a past chairman of the Budget Committee. Winner ol the President's Lead ership Award aoutstanding young communal leader in i%2. Harris has served as vice chairman of the c JA Trades and Professions Council, and is .' member oi the boar.I ol the Jewish Vocational Service, mi of Federation's distinguished teal agi %  < ies. ii-i menrl er <>i the Fed eration Board < t ivernors, and has I ei •] i ctive in the develop n.enl ol youthful leadership on be ball ol Federation and CJA. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party! at th tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Caltrlng Director, JE 1-6061 26h St. Collins Ava. CabNew Year's Ew lef. to right taking part in the Accountants Division dinner. lirtl event of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaian, ore Federation President Sidney Lefcourt. State Attorney Richarc E Gerstein. guest speaker. Chairman Albert J. Beer and Howard Miller and A. B. Wiener. 1963 division leaders. Youth Active At Beth Torah Si enti Beth Torah Congre > traveling to Nev h ,\ : .i lb Atlanta and li mp o ... i Bauer durum this i k to atten c tnven • .,... pro %  ims i I |l 5Y and Y tng Judaea groups, Gittelson. education rector, need. ( veil daughter ol Mr %  Mrs >' rrj Cavell. will repre Lent the Beth Torah USY chapters .... ,.,•; naj convention oi I Si \<-.v York. in addition, nine USY members di to to Jacksonville lor "Send lf| Week.' Marshall Baltuch. senior USF advisor, will serve as isoi io the delegates Going '.i Atlanta will be Diane Keshlat sky, jecretarj ol l PC i for the South >ast ern Region. Mi Keshlansk) I, ..,,. a I i l rade girls group ol ,ns at Beth Torah. She :the au ;htcr i I Mr. and !. hlansky. Meanwhile, 50 Beth Torah stu ha vi just returned from Camp 0 tissa Bauer, Dade c ounty Recreational Park, where l ri Avai m and Jerry Cohen led a three-da) t-a.ni> program centering around the theme oi world Jewish youth. hM ro nta Vnei ie* u 9/#&**i Accountants Open '64 Push First division to launch its participation m the 1964 Combine! Jewish Appeal campaign was the Accountants Division under the leadership ol Albert J. Beer, opening its drive at a dinner at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, which resulted in an increase of :i0 per cent for the coming year. Beer said that the Accountants Division, with help oi Howard Miller and A. B Wiener. 19S3 division leaden, Federation President Sidney Lefcourt and leading members oi the profession, have tel the goal Of bringing the campaign to a climax before the first ,t the year, unofficial opening ol income t. ; \ time, one of the busiest times tor members of the accounting profession. Hade's Stale Attorney Richard E, Gerstein was guest speaker in a discussion of "Hate BombingsHonda Style." Lefcourt and Wiener joined Beer in pledging the division's complete support of the new CJA campaign chairman. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. tip $. 1 GREAT IDEA FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION OR GROUP Complete filet mignon dinner, a bottle of liquor on each table, ^ noisemakers, favors, decorations, \* band and all-star show featuring BOBBY BREEN KAY C EE J ONES and BERYL WILLIAMS Call MAXINE CLARK or f £ LARRY OPPENHEIM JE 2-3311 Jp t ON THE OCIAM 43td TO 44th STRUTS • MIAMI I £ g)a6f(d* w y**f Androns Visit Miami Dr. David S. Andron. founder and honorary life president of the Hebrew Academy, and past president <>f the Miami Beach Zionist Organization, visited Miami Be h with his wife last week an I ad dressed gatherings ol the /MA I other organixations Mrs. Andron is bonary life president of Hebrew Academj Women. _, I iin, the smile of the lV %  -. 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Page 4-A +JfwisHk>ridri&r rnaay. IMCWWB *'# im I "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4(.05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX .. MM..396... M< FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher Published every Friday *i'f* not guarantee the Kii-ln mil of tiroerchandlae advertised In its ..lumns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..„ One Year $500 Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request ^^^^ ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 36 Number 52 Friday. December 27. 1963 11 Teveth 5724 B* avi he lur i c Ml rry i lov r, of at L>ni itu lorset c. le I be )ffi !r. Ian N I c riel l,r; (•a 1 '.'.r. 1 \\ Z an e an th in is L'or >hil rda irri the nne a Sh. clu< ;Ir SV be in Idtu Bn Ion it vid i rda lavj erg son EE VF A >arl ble wh >. he lof I S| ed our i01 The USIA Film: Home to Roost The danger of this nation's submission to the theory ii not the practice of the Arab boycott has finally come home to us. Though we have warned our lawmakers often enough on this issue, they repeatedly turned away from the implications of the problem. The ruckus raised by the United States Information Agency film censorship is an unhappy case in point. We are not now arguing about the merit of including anti-discrimination clauses in the Foreign Aid Bill. What we are talking about is SHe careless manner in which we have predisposed the Arabs to believing that it is all right with Uncle Sam if they try to blackmail American businessmen who either have Jews employed among their executive personnel or who trade with Israel. Great Britain was rocked last week by the Lord Mancroft affair, and in these very columns we suggested that it would be difficult for us to advise the British to investigate the possible antiSemitic implications of the case because we had similar problems still unsolved here at home. The USIA film proves the contention all too bitterly but accurately. It is bad enough that the USIA has been caught red-handed in the cheap and cowardly deed of censoring Jewish scenes from the film in order to pander to Middle Eastern discriminatory inclinations. But that the agency's spokesmen deny the censorship, especially after one of the film's writers. Rod Serling, confessed he had received USIA orders to the contrary, seems disheartening in the extreme. What we have done here again is to subnit to blackmail. Each time, therefore, it becomes increasingly difficult to tell the Arabs they are wrong — unless U.S. policy now is S tell the Arabs one thing and turn away while ey do another. The CJA Pacesetters The 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal is off k> a flying start well before the turn of the New Year. The recent announcement of Dr. Irving Lehrman as chairman of the '64 campaign is nOw followed by the acceptance by Samuel ftiedland and Max Orovitz of the co-chairmanship of the Pacesetters Division. This augurs well for the arduous campaign ghead. Both men are distinguished for .their philanthropic achievements in the Greater Miami Jewish community. They have held leading positions in past Combined Jewish Appeal drives, as well as in other Jewish organizational endeavor here. In addition, both Mr. Friedland and Mr. Orovitz are known nationally for their affiliation with Jewish philanthropic affairs. Mr. Friedland was the recipient of the Synagogue Council of America Award as Synagogue Statesman of the Year. He is a major benefactor of Brandeis University. Mr. Orovitz is a member of the National Campaign Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal. These are distinguished affiliations in the American Jewish community. Add them to the achievements of these men in Miami, and their chairmanship of the 1964 Pacesetters should mean a significant start for our coming Combined Jewish Appeal. The Ambassadors Ball Israel Bonds holds its most lavish affair of the year Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Ambassadors Ball has by now become a traditional Israel Bond windup for its annual campaign. At the function Saturday, men and women • in the Greater Miami area who have played a leading role in bond affairs here will be honored in the presence of an international corps of envoys here. It is they who have made our community the leading per capita purchaser of Israel Bonds throughout the world. These leaders richly deserve the honor, along with the other Israel Bond holders in our city who by their foresight are assisting the Jewish State in upbuilding her economic and industrial resources at the same time that she is consolidating the many Significant political and social gains made during her brief but stellar history. Israel's development since the War of Independence can not easily be discussed without devoting a major share of attention to the contribution of the Israel Bond drive since it was initially launched back in May of 1951. This year, in May, marked the 12th year of the campaign and the redemption of the first bond issue. The Ambassadors Ball here Saturday evening, winding up another successful Greater Miami campaign, should set into a proper framework our community's determination that even greater bond successes will be experienced here in the future. The Frankfurt Trial Eighteen years after the fall of the Nazi Third Reich, the West German Federal Republic has launched one of the most intensive war crimes trials in the nation's history. There have been many such trials in Germany since those dark days, but the one taking place in Frankfurt today is making an investigation into Auschwitz, the concentration camp where millions of persons succumbed to brutality and planned murder. As such, some of Germany's most profoundly distorted personalities will be appearing during the months-long trial to "explain" their roles at the notorious camp. It says something about a society that has been able to accept them for so long. Even during the week as i see it • • e A BU TOR is a lovely pro. montory near the Talpiot section of Jerusalem, k overlooks the old city and takes its name from the Arabic, meaning "Father of the Ox." Abu Tor was the nickname of one of Saladin's chief lieutenants, who u>cd, to njje ,on ^ji y r Dyinrniii"'"'' !" Presumably, the area was given to him as a gift for his dedication to the Arab h ader. I stood up on the peak at Abu Tor one day and gazed out across the vallev before me. The sight is breath-taking and one of the most historic in Jerusalem, for Jew and Chrisitan alike. According to Christian legend, Abu Tor is known as the Mount of Evil Counsel because it is there that Caiaphas the priest owned a country house and where he conspired to do away with Jesus It is also supposed to be where Judas Iscariot repented and hanged himself From Abu Tor. I looked down below and beheld the Valley of Hinnom which stretches from the foot of Mount Zion eastward to the Kidron Vallev. In ancient Hebrew tradition. Gehenna was the ravine of depravity and sin, and the place for the wicked in the world to come. On Mount Zion. I could see the large Dormition Monastery, which dominates the hill, where Mary is supposed to have fallen into eternal sleep. Close by is the building housing David's tomb. There, a cenotaph carrying silver Torah crowns rests above the presumable burial site of Israel's second king, at least according to Benjarin ot Tudela, who visited Jerusalem about 1173. On the second story ol the tomb, again according t<> Christian tradition. Jesus was su to have eaten the Last Supper. PUKPOSIS AT ODDS NtAK ABU TOR A VARIETY OF interesting buildings surround David's tomb. Among them, in addition to the Dormition Monastery itself. i> the .'-'.artel HashOS, the Chamber of Martyrs, dedicated to the memory of the millions of .lews who were murdered by the Nazis during the Thud Reich reign of terror Shifting my gaze upward at Abu Tor from the Valley of Ii I could see rising into Jordan the Mount of olives, where nn its heights stand churches consecrated to the Ascension of Jesus fjt) to the left. I beheld the Mosque of Omar, considered the third holy site in Mohammedan tradition, and somewhat above it. Scopus, an Israeli enclave where are situated the inaccessible ities of the old Hebrew University. The sights from Abu Tor I mention here are ample proof significance of 'his ancient pan of Jerusalem. There are. of .course, man) others. In addition, the entire area is of equally great imDOl tance to modern Israeli history, revolving around magnificent of heroism during the War of Independence. If I had any illusions about the religious aura there, a heavilyarmed Jordanian guard less than 50 yards from where 1 stood waved his rifle menacingly at me when 1 pointed a camera in what he decided was an improper direction. The tomb of David on Mount Zion, itself, is a further example of the purposes at odds near Abu Tor. Take a wrong turn in the building, descend accidentally through a barred staircase, and you emerge into Jordan. THl GKtATlST MONSTROSITY Of ALL I AM REVIEWING all of these things in my mind now in ligh" >f the political propaganda and insinuation unfurled by the projected visit of Pope Paul VI to the Holy Land. Press reports dispassionately talk about the difficulties with which the Pope will presumably meet because the two countries "are technically at war" — an evaluation that is as absurd as it is one-sided. Furthermore, since the majority of the Christian sites of interest to the Pope are in Jordanian territory, the reports tends to commiserate with him in having to meet these difficulties. Thus, the uninformed are not far from concluding that the Pope. when he finally crosses over into Israel, will have done so wi'h exceeding reluctance and almost as a sop to the Jewish State. This is arrogant nonsense It suggests, as well, that there are Invisible Israeli political pressures involved to which the Pope finds he must accede against hibest Judgment In deed, as of the battening 11 the week, there were even reports to the effect that Pope Pacl may shun Israel entirely. Finally, Jordan is made to emerge as a sweet and sadly suffering party to a problem completely not of her making, That latest reports mid-week had the Pope determined to cross over near Meggido to offset the possible Arab interpretation of a crossover at the Mandelbaura ii.it.as -, Vatican recognition of Jerusalem in the role of Israel's capital citj suggests an entirely different view For an insight into the realities of experience. I suggest i trip to Abu Tor. There, the shock of recognition will reveal a more intelligent picture. Gazing up onto the Mount of Olives, which is entirely within Jordan territory, one can see in the distance UM tale monuments ol ancient cemeteries and burial sites. An with the whole area, these 11 mett ries are Bacred to both Jews and 'Chris! : '" •' na "' f h red binoculars reveals that manv of the itom nave been desecrated and pillaged. And high above the Mount of wives, crowning the hill, as u were, stands the greatest montrosit> ol all. a l'.m Am Hotel, welcomed there bv Jordan and built s. ago m me face ol worldwide Jewish and Christian dt of protest. THt PKOfOUND INHttlHCt Of ABSUKDITItS ^|OT ONLY DID Jordan thumb her nose at the Christians arrj permil the hotel to be erected atop the Mount of Olives ad'an affront to heir religious history. Jordan also laughed in the face of Israel and Jews generally by desecrating the ancient Christian and Jewish m .'' M u P *n nK ,he monun ents, reworking the stone and buildmg it into the walls of the Pan Am. ui-i. I !!!"l ,e !. U ? t '" ws n por,s twta1 ,hc s, rv of the Popds projected isit to the Holv Zionism." !h„ l!^M VCr absurd J t mav h>ve sounded even to informed Catholics, to .hoML e' aS ro !" ctonl ,0 reinforce the more classical opposition miliui i I''" 8 "fhema brought to bear by tradition-bound-prelates, the? centri T n ly a d Spa,n wh0 could not so sily g.** up crue.f.xion 8 gma ,ha *•*** *** f the Jews in the found SilT ha \u ,hrou ho ">r history had an unhappily pro.lurditH h ", h ? T" affa,rs of mcn In lhe !" lm f <*** SSSt -SUSS *** a S "" d -presentation, if only nommr SSL fre< uen, 1 ol - when a careful view from Abu Tor nea, in Jerusalem can tell an entirely different storv The reports revolving around Porx the absurditu s ear lovely Talpio' ly different story.



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Friday December 27. 1963 + li*istthri(Hdr Paae 9-B THERE u.ibeen a very defi n: ctkange in la 'iiu..> ncut!, am: a teems to have tome pun iswith surprising %  wiftBi Social luactiora last MSMIO featured Door-length formal ma.nix .,in exc< ptioo rather than the rule This season the situation hat ravened Itself, and I be ft • maJ trai d iia.expanaeu to becomi prevalent even at the in forpia icia lathering in homes \ti <;. .Blall says the sophos' eate l trend det • from tern set when the K I a mil) was the First i Bui the tendency to%  nalit) is also a trend "Man) ol the lat I havi • • saj Mrs. r* n are nol all the still. MI...' type ot elegance but tii pie, beautiful an ol u II falirii Mrs. Gerson likes the lull-li ..tii powns, ami feels thai th< j ii i in to an even iag. Mr> Jerome Weinkle franklj admiti tint she enjoyed getting •. up. "I always feel dress* • up aven in a short cock tail go\ D, tut there is something specie' about the graceful ele gMKC if the longer gown," As Mrs. .;. ck Popick e it. formal should be worn nnlx al aopr pnaU Hairs I h in hs< i natr • of tormai 'towns may take l ay from the special ele gaiiet •.on feel ii the> are worn too casually." %  M RS Rlchai 1 Finks reactions to the formal trend was. "Marvelous'' Her impression ithat "f ha\e been too informal for to king Our furnishing! in our homes have been severely modi.'E. and our social dress and ttiv ; 'i have earned through with this pattern. This mort elegant tren I should be continued because it is one of the niceties Of hie The practical |]>*a of the fash ion picture was added by Mrs. Richard Stone. As most of the longer gov ns are quite expensive, she believes that women will wanl to continue wearing them. "There is a considerable Wertii r-Kahu ms. HAKKY SIUTT Hagerty Tarnish Preventive and Silver Foam 4', Clean your silver with Silver Foam, then apply Tarnish Preventive. Tarnish will be "locked out" for months. Combination purchase of an 8-oz. bottle of Hagerty Tarnish Preventive (regularly $2.98) and a 7-ox. lar of Hagerty Silver Foam (regularly $1.00) both for $2.98 t, N.f..l — !*• WwM't Sril nm In lilrtr <•'• /l/famtf-fly* investment in this portion of the wardrobe." Mrs. Stone loves wearing the long gowns and thinks the fashion change is wonderful. *. • lulRS. Rocky Pomeranee likes %  "the feminine feeling" that comes with wearing the more formal gowns. "After spending most of the day in slacks the change to a gown is even more dramatic. Her attitude is: "The more women wear long gowns the more there are to enjoy the feminine and festive feeling. Besides, t really isn't that much more difficult to dress up." Men's formal wear is more comfortable today than it was in the past, so they don't mind getting dressed along with the women, is Mrs Pomcrance's view. Simply getting dressed in a more elegant and formal manner beamthe evening with a psychological mood that tends towards a more pleasant time. Silett, Frarkel Off on Cruise "" %  Sailing on the Carmania, the former Beverlj Frankel and liar rj silett are on a West Indies honeymoon cruise Ceremony uniting the couple was performed by Rabbi Irving Cohen on Saturday evening, Dei 21, at the Deauville Hotel. A reception in the Napoleon Room followed the nuptials. For the wedding the bride selected an empire sheath candle IIL' 1 matlisse gown fashioned with ( p neckline trimmed with crystal bugle I c.ds and topped with ;. crystal beaded jacket. A pill Attendants were Dolores Frankel. matron of honor, and Irving Graff, best man. Daughter Of Mr, and .Mrs. Isidore Frankel. newlywed Mrs. Sil' etl earned a BA in economies at Hunter College and was project teacher in New York City's Higher Horizon-, program, a Master's degree equivalent. A C'PA. the bridegroom received a BA degree in business administratlon and an honorary doctorate of laws degree at Florida \ Southern College. Nowlyweds will live in the Palm Beach Towers in Palm Beach, where Silett maintains his oflice. Poller, Friedman Exchange Vows Judith Marcia Friedman became the bride ot Jan Mel Poller on Saturday, Dec. 21. at the Diplomat j Country Club, with Rahbi Max A. Lipschitz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Rhea Friedman. 1752 So.! Glades Dr. and the late Jack Friedman. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lou Poller. 9551 K. Broadview Dr. Young Mrs. Poller attended the University of Indiana and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Her husband received a BS degree in mathematics from the University of Miami. Now presidert of International Computing Services in Miami, he previously taught computer programming at International Business Machines Corp., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Following a honeymoon trip to, the Caribbean, the newlyweds will' live at 1885 NE 121st St.. Sans Souci Island. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RCPAIRING Serving Dad* County Onf 25 Yr 1S11 S.W. 14Hi ST. Ml 6-*94 121 IAST FIAGLER STREET Phone: FR 3-6484 A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 f Martin v MRS. MARTIN BAlOff Baloffs Will Live in Miami Westbrookc Country Club -wa* the setting for the late afternoon ^redding of Elaine Diane Constants and Martin Douglas Baltfl on Sunday, Dec. 22. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Al Constantin, 5750 Twin Lakes Dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baloft. 11100 SW 62nd Ave. Against a background of green and gold, the bride wore a peau do soie gown with long train, featuring hand-sewn seed pearls on bodice and sleeve-. She carried white orchids on her confirmation Bible and her mother's white lece bridal handkerchief. Maid oi nonor was Karen Hodor and the four grandmothers served as bridesmaids. The bridegroom brother. Matthew Baloff, was his best man, and usher-included Edward* Constantin, Peter Baloff, Eric Baloff. Ira Corliss. Eddie Trimas, Ira Weiner and Lynn Feldman v a sophomore al the Uni> versitj ol Miami, the former Miss Constantin is a graduate of Coral i. bles li gti and a member of s gma Delta Ti u, social sororitj The brid< ;room, a 1963 alumnus ol .Miami University, iteaching math al Hialeah High. 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Page 8-A k*isbfh*idlk*n Friday. December T. 1963 -i -' G r eater JHta mians in Spotlight of international Attention Greater Miamians who were singled out this year for their service to Israel will be in the spotlight of international attention at the Ambassador's Ball. As the community marks the successful culmination of the year's Israel Bond effort, men and women who were the honorees at a series of events highlighting this effort will receive community wide recognition in the gracious diplomatic aura of the Ambassador's Ball. The year 1963 was a banner year in Greater Miami's Israel Bond role, as new heights were achieved in the effort to secure Israel's growth and economic In an acVot high esteem and recognitioiTa "a-"""' of men 5n M MrS Sam Pollock M ~ Bessie U • M s. Erml Morton and Mrs. Benjamta Frank



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'Jewish Floridian ^ 36 — Number 52 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday. December 27. 1963 Two Sections Price 20* trab Bias [Flayed in Aid IBiil Debate SGTOM (JTA) An L nninaticn ClMMC t Ml I by Arab statei \ i deans ol Jewish Har to a measure m preIN. has been Included m Air Appropriati thU week b> the i • i ran gnai %  I in a i • • | |. ihc*e hal be applii sun irbsti N ral riti i %  the Arab boj M I renter ..l ol I m the surance con ; i ish He toW the H • • reports tl cklisted two Vmerican tor trading with l rael e ihe Adams and the Home Ir.suri He urged the State • i t<> tak.steps I im sense ol I wi re > •' ,n the foreign i id appro bill A charge that the United has to help support more A.ab efugees now than we did back Mfam the refugee progr.i-n first came into being alter the •ion of the State of lswas voiced in the House by Rep. John J. Rhodes, An lora Republican, in debate. Continued on Pa3e 3 A Deletion of Jewish Scene From USIA Film Hit Hard i HP, EMAMfEl CEUfR legislator reacts Sham Will Greet Pope At Meggido LTSALEM (JTA Pre* ;.,...„ Shazar and mem,., the Israel Cabinel wil welcome Pope Paul VI at > I museirm hmidm M .ido ui northern Israel, where !, pontiff will crm into Israe j |, The Pope mil visit ii Hob PI"" '" [srBe •" Ian. ; a* par! ol his unprecedente • Holy U The welcoming ements worked out at the it '"'"'""' ; t the 1 el mned to i U gh the Mand ba< ,,.,1 II was assumed that uu change in plans stemmed from Vran pressures and possible Vati Continued on Paqe 5-A WASHINGTON [JTA1 Four Congressmen requested this week .. report from the Unite.) States Information tgency on the deletion n a documentary for overseas distribution ol a scene sh wing %  i bi. Jewish organization spokes .. ,,„ C h • the deleti • i offending Arab i charge that the l -' %  \ itements ii The i .-<-" %  : %  re Sew Yor Repn sei tatives i Celler Brooklyn. Dem >cr I ; Farbstein, N< "> Stratton, Demot the 3 II • %  • gratis by I riters Wi liam Fi I %  | Let Us Contii th th s on ma > .,.. president Johns i The denials by the USIA contamed two points. The first was that an opening for the docuContinued on Page 1C-A ASTOUNDED' QUESTION WAS RAISED So. Africa Anti Semitic Move Evokes Outcry in Transvaal JOHANNESBURG JTA %  n Trans> ...-. of Jewish -• %  • i H • v ion of Je es a grant from the i n Council to • iropic %  kith i< I race oi cree I. and v n ich ii the running i I a ip kitchen for poor Africans When the grant came up for Auschwitz Trial Launchei In Wake of Heated Emrticn routirs approval in the Ra^dfcrtein Town Council this week e -e Councillor, P. JFouche. sa-d th.'t before approving it the Council shauld ascertain the nature cf the activities of the Unicn of Jewish Women, and fin: out whether any of its members were connected with any subversive organization. %  A -h to in n) J j detention i, ( mi ectioi %  'ties, e tl approve the grant until it had as ; on the point he raised i pres staten Mrs '' 1 Mlverma* presidaml the group d thai her organization •••astounded thai such i question .,; ever have been raised ,„. .. | tered weUar ution with V branches inn United Jewish Appeal Gifts Ruled OK for Tax Deductions YORK Ji Jewlah Appeal announce! week that the Internal Reve Service baa ruJ lhi,t t ,1 l made to Ihe UJA are and • to be tax-deductible unthi recent ruling relating to • le fun.iused abroad. R/.BBI HEffBHT WEDMAN individual contributions In making the announcement. M Herbert A. Friedman, exec ; ,,,,,. v i C e chairman of the UJA. emphasized that the Internal evenue service approval covers i contributions by individuals, corI p, ra tions and foundations." •The ruling." the UJA executive said, "has reference to soCited conduit' organizations wher. funds are raised for overseas philanthropies "***J !" Z ro | over these funds by Amen'/an Citizen,. The United Jewish Appeal is not a conduit or9 anixa P .ion, since its beneficiarfes control the use of funds through boards made up of American citizens." • The rules lor deductibility just publicly announced bj the Intern ai Revenue S. %  rvice have already en applied b> il to the i ""ted E5a* Appeal, andithe *n*jbM ,„,,.. thai the UJA meets these equirementi There .s therefore ^question about the tax deduc' ,„ eontribution. to the i P ited Jewish Appeal, th. UJA statement stressed. FEAMEfVKT 'JTA West Germai s biggest p< •' g ol i.ewsreel and television cameras as photographers and cameramen swarmed through the crov/Ai cits ( uncil chamber ol Fran* lint's town hal! The defendants are charged with murder and complicity in murder ln ,he slaughter ol an estimated 1.000.000 men. women and CtiUdreDi most ol them Jews in tne egimes biggest death camp. Several of the defendants wore dark glasses. One of them, Herbert Scherepe, 56. now a bctcher tried to hide his face behind a book. Dr. Franx Lucas a gynecologist charged with being an accessory to murder, failed to appear. His attorney said he was i" and in bed. Presiding Judge Hans Hofmeyer ordered that Lucas be tried separately. The proceeding immediateU became bogged In controversy whan Prof K haul, of Berl : recognition %  %  a priv! te ,.„.,.,, re< esenUng a group ol relatives oi \ schwitz victims Hans Lati i chiel oi the isB team and a wellki-n defender ol Nazis smce the Nuremberg Allied war crimes .;. objected to Kaul s presence n rounds thai he bad been bar red in Allied occupation officials I 0 m ent. ri Weal Berlin because oi his political activitU a member ol the East German socialist L'nitj Communist far t, Laten -•.• argued Kaul was not an independent local agent hut a political front man and should noi be allowed to practice law in W G -rmanj Kaul retorted that as a member ol the Socialisl unity party, as a German, as a citizen ol the Ger man Democratic Republic, "as a „,,. mht 1 o| a jewiah family and a former concentrati n camp inmate myself, l think 1 m •' sufficient independent agent to be here Mter a 15-minute dosed si ,,udge Hofmeyer ruled that Kaul ut the i umjrj whose wo social cultural, educati lor go I th j, K-ish and non-Jev ish Continued on Page 12-A RIG10HAL PLAN Continued on Paoe 6f Israel Urges Disarmament UNITED NATIONS iJTAl Israel told ihe United Nations this veek 'hat i* wanted regional disarmament, "particularly in areas „ jtroi mternational ten-ions it -as readv to negotiate •such an agreement" as soon as it received a positive response. The proposal was voiced by G i con Rafael, deputy director nera „, Israel's Foreign Minis(rs-, before the General Assembly s political and Security Committee h : ,. h i s debating a 4frpower resoContinued on Page 12-A Dissolve UNRWA, British MP Says *^ .. h,i Imnartial investigators LONDON (JTA) Wehard Croasman, British Ubpr^member S Parliament, aerted tins week that one of the ***£2" should be taken to end the State „f W ar between Israel and the Xl „bs would be to start bringing ,„ „„ end the United Nations Ke,„., alul Works Agency for the Palestine Refugees •The blunt tact.' Mr Crossman asserted in a talk over the BBt Hebrew Broadcast Service. *as that UNRWA as an inatitution had become not merely a most powerful propaganda weapon against Israel, but a deeply root ed vested interest in the soclo economic life oi the Arab countries adjacent to Israel He said that impartial Investigators had proved "without question thai „„. nuiri ber ol refugees had beta leliberatel) inflated With the aid of money collected by the UN mainly from Britain and the United States, and with Ihe cooperation of UNRWA ofContinued on Page 3-A



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Page 6-B *JMMft fkirldUnri Friday. Boeetriber V. !S63 ^Joc/a /if Continued from P*ge 1-B nuptials of the young couple, the wedding cafea will be tianked by two birthdaj cakes One for the bride-eiect's brother David Kent, the other for Maik Spector, the bridegroom's brother and best man 40 0 Edith and Monroe Zipp arc hooting open house Minciuy from 2 to 3 ... No formal invitations have been sent, but the popuiar couple expect their many mends to visit their new home at 128ul >W 71-t Ave. Former Miamian. Carl Sokolow, wife SU81 and children Jayne and Dcbby here from Perth Amboy. N.J.. to spend the holidays in Miami Beach ... It will be a real family reunion with Carl's brothers. Herman and Frank, and their families, and his sister. Ann i Mrs. Henry) Shier, all oi wnoin still live lure. Octogenarian Mrs. J o e p h Hirshsteta feted Wednesday in tne Charlemagne Koom oi the ville Hotel Over 100 ttended the reception est wishes i i BOth natal i aj Morton S Haverlord, I i ed tli tribute. New re ii'.ent and new ly-mar: ied, the former Ir %  i Z issman ai ,1 the Hon. Albert Leven have -• returned from a honeymoon issau following their Dec. 8 alt tome met her buswhen she came from Beverly Hills. Calif., to visit with brother Louis Zussman and his > on Normandy Isle ha I recently retired and came here after serving with distinction in the Philadelphia is oi Representatives as in the Department of Labor and Industry Now living ., the couple is i I. liday visit from the groom's son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Philly, Dr and M Fred Go! Iberg host part> F • • home, 630 S Dr The music ol Johni.\ M I his orchestra will lured .. Wide smile on Mrs. (da Conface as she accepted the r tr | hy from Vice M lyor at Bayshore Goll i ntation ceremonies i ntlj %  Wa w on the Presi CUD n the Bayshore Wohv Golf Association compel it H i-i Dee 12 Donna Englander, daughter of Councilman ?-!jlvin Englander and Mrs. Englander, of 4620 Pine Tree Dr.. recently celebrated her sixteenth birthday at a luncheon given in her honor at Chandler's Restaurant. Sixty of Dcnna's friends and her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shaffer, attended. 4w K^fsabcl L^/ '83 SW 20th Ter. Clever 13 year-old has two brothers, Marc 9. and Gary 5. r rove Joseph flyman, tenor Richard Tucker's representative in the Jewish field of musical concerts, here with his wife la for their annual winter vacation Will spe.id a v.vkend with >on and daughter-in-law, the Irving Hymans, of Miami, before settling on Miami Beach Highlight lor Hyman will be Tucker's ap•••%  >nce at Temple Judea on Sunday. a o Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Knnball. of the Terrace Towers, recently eelehratcd their wedding annivcrsarv with a dinner party at the Cafe Jardin Sui-se in the Roney Plaza Among guests were son Dr Sanford C Kim V-aM nnd li'< wife, the honoree's brother and sister-in-law. the Joseph Garsons here from Akron. () for the winter, and Jill Jeffrie-. professional vocalist from PHfoburghi now making her home here Private dinnerparty hosted hy, Mrs Lenore M Jacob-. 1130 Bay Dr. with Mrs. E ward Broidy. Mrs. Joseph Michaels Jr.. and Mrs Harry Levinson for 80 of Iheir friends on Sunday evening in the Casanova Room of fhe Deauville Show stars the tal enled Sammy Davis .Tr • Mrs. Milfon (Miriam i Sirkin ihack from a whirlwind tour to New York and Atlanta where -he attended important meetings of the National Jewish Wellare Board ... In Gotham, she participated in a special national committee meeting, and m the Georgia capital. Miriam in her capacity as president of the group, conducted an executive committee meeting of Ihe South ern section of the JWB. Temple Sinai Brotherhood Brotherhood of Temple Sfhai -^ I lannirg a New Years Eve yf.J Mir slated to begin at 9 pm. There I v ill be*a'live band for dancinj lavois. noise makes • and supper.j In charge "f reservations at tno 1 temple office is DavM preen, Hemophilia Unit Meets at Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami Beach will meet Jan. g at noon al the Bel Aire Hotel. 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