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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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 FlarodLian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
137
Number 45
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 6, 1964
Two Sections Price 23-
SCORES UNPRECEDENTED LANDSLIDE
sident Johnson Winner
ver Sen. Barry Goldwatei
mm
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HUBfffT HUMPHREY
fice President-tied
in Mum
Military
to Israel
(JTA) Reports that
German Government is
military aid to Israel re-1
neither confirmation nor1
[rum the top Government
pn here. Karl Gunther
;. the Government spokes-:
dm hi -ay only that a state-
aid to Israel would have
completion of Parliamcn-
^n in it tee report on the Is-
pi observers here were of
ii that some members of
lernmeni itself had spread
^ntinued on Page 11-A
Force
is Problem
|sed in Lybia
BINGTON (JTA) The
ppartment ol the Air Force
Itnnv n this week that it is
|ii'in.: the situation of
in military personnel as-
to Wheelus Air Base, Lib-
Icause of complaints made
jnibers of Congress pertain-
the anti-Jewish atmos-
|iii Libya.
lactimi for protect ion ol
|c:in personnel is found nee-
"appropriate arrangements
made." stated Col. Donald
ffel. USAF. in a letter to Sen.
K. Javits. New York Re-
tii n
Paffel said, however,
j as a r$ult of previous in-
es to the local commander
sports through State De-
cent channels "we have not
Continued on Page 5-A
The nation gave President John-
son a resounding victory Tuesday.
and the President will occupy the
White House for the next lour
years in hi-; own right.
Mr. Johnson was filling the
term of President John Fitzgerald
Kennedy assassinated in Dallas,
Tex., a year ago this month.
With well over 80 percent of
the vote tabulated, Mr. John-
son received 34,413,913 batiots
to 21,347,756 for his Republican
opponent. Sen. Barry Goldwater,
of Arizona.
Swept into office with him as
Vice President was Sen. Hubert
Humphrey, of Minnesota. Going j
down to defeat with Mr. Goldwat-.
er was Rep. William Miller, of I
New York.
Upward of 460 electoral votes,
went to President Johnson. Gold-
water garnered 47 as of press
time.
President Johnson's victory]
equals and possibly outdoes Frank- j
lin Delano Roosevelt's in 1936,[
when the late Mr. Roosevelt took
46 out of 48 states from Gov. Al-
lied Landon, of Kansas.
In a stunning victory here in
Florida, the President took the
state by a slender margin. With
2.125 precincts in, he defeated
Sen. Goldwater by 832.519 to 820.-
.">32. But most of Florida's 67
counties \oted for the Arizona
Senator, with the large cities
across the state tipping the bal-
ance in behalf of Mr. Johnson.
Dade County gave President
Johnson a whopping triumph by
upward of a so percent margin.
Haydon Burns, Mayor of Jack-
sonville, became Florida's new
Governor when he defeated his
Republican opponent, Charles
R. Holley, by 870,839 to 6*1,659.
The ballot Tuesday included a
long list of unopposed Democratic
candidates running for office in
Florida, including Supreme Court,
Florida Cabinet and 13 members
of the Dade County Legislature.
County candidates also ran unop-
posed from Dade County Clerk
through County Judge, members
of the School Board and Justices
of the Peace.
Candidates with Republican op-
position also scored sweeping vic-
tories. They included:
Florida U.S. Sen. Spessard L.
Holland won an easy fourth term
against his Republican opponent.
Continued on Page 2-A
Prosecutor of Eichmann
Says Jews Fought Back
By Special Report
"Numbing horror and Incredu-
lous disbelief" was the general
reaction ol the great masses ol
Eastern and Central Europeans,
both Jewish and non-Jewish, to
the mass murders of the Nazi an-
nihilation program During World,
War II, according to Gideon
Hausner. former Attorney Gen-
eral of Israel, who was the duel,
prosecutor at the Eichman trial
in Israel.
Speaking at the Heral institute
on Sunday. Mr. Hausner was bit-
ter in his attack on 'some vicious
iriginality seeking authors" who
attributed cowardice or the urge
lor self-destruction to those Nazi
\ chins who did not organize re-
sistance against the Nazis
Though he didn't mention
Hanr.ah Ahrendt by name, it
was obvious that Hausner was
referring to the author of "Eich-
man in Jerusalem: A Report on
the Banality of Evil."
A careful study of contempor
ary dairies ol Polish underground
leaders anil Soviet prisoners of
war. Hausner said, reveals that
the reaction of the ureat majority
of the Nazi victims was Of disbe-
lief and a numbing horror that
almost paralyzed them in the face
ol Nazi extermination.
Stating that over a million and
a quarter Russian prisoners of
war. the flower of Soviet youth.
were annihilated by direct shoot
ing, Hausner said "Yet with the
Continued on Page 8-A
PRESIDENT LYNDON BAINtS JOHNSON
greatest vote in history
VN MISSION DOORS 10CKFD
Leaders Find Soviets
Closed to Their Plea
By Special Report
NEW YORK A silent proces-
sion of 2,500 Jewish leaders rep-
resenting 26 national and local
Jewish organizations this week
marched in protest to the USSR's
United Nations Mission here af-
ter hearing a message from Pres-
ident Johnson deploring Soviet
anti-Semitism.
Their four spokesmen for the
group, joined by New York Sen.
Kenneth I!. Keating, sought to
present a list of 18 grievances
I charging "the denial to Soviet
Jews of the basic institutions and
' facilities granted to other reli-
gious and nationality groups with-
in the Soviet Union."
The Soviet UN Mis-ion was
locked, and no one responded to
the ringin | ol the bell.
The four spokesmenTheo-
dore Bikel, vice president of
the American Jewish Congress;
Rabbi Abraham J. Hershel of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary; George Maislen, Steering
Committee chairman of the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry; and Philip Baum,
conference coordinatorleft the
petition in the door and the dem-
onstration disbanded quietly.
The 2,500 marchers, who ear
Continued on Page 10-A
THEODORE BIKEL
nt the apex
Peron Hits
At Zionism
Rockwell TV Interview Stirs Storm
OTTAWA (JTA Prime .Mm
later Lester B. Pearson agreed
last weekend that he would in
vesti gate some aspects of a tele-
vision broadcast beamed by the
Canadian Broadcasting Corpora-
tion's video network n week a""
showing a filmed interview with
the United States leader of Un-
American Nazi Party. George Lin
coin Rockwell.
The program has been de-1
nounccd in the House of Commons
as well as by the Canadian Jew-
ish Congress and others outside!
arliament as "an irresponsible
ction" giving publicity "to a self-
ronfe-sed follower of Hitler and
ireacher of genocide."
One of the leaders in the at-
tack was John Diefenbaker, for-
mer Premier and now head of
the parliamentary opposition,
the Progressive Conservative
Party. He told Commons he-sew
no reason why the CBC should
give Rockwell that kind of at-
tention, nor "why Nazism should
be glorified in this way." Mil-
ton Klein, a Liberal Partv mem-
ber from Montreal, charged
Rockwell had used the occasion
"to villify Negroes end Jews in
millions of livingrooms." An-
other member of the opposition.
Marcel Lambert, of Edmonton,
Continued on Page t-A
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) A
Peronist member ol the Argentine
Parliament read a letter here this
week from Juan Peron, in which
the former Argentine dictator de-
scribed Zionism as "one of the
greatest internationals which dom-
inate the world at this moment.''
The deputy, Juan Come jo Lin-
ares, rocked Argentine Jewry
earlier this year by presenting to
the Argentine Chamber of Dep-
uties a proposal for an "investiga-
tion" of Zionist activities in Ar-
gentina couched in terms which
Jewish leaders called openly anti-
Semitic. The proposal has nev-
er been acted on.
Linaries read the letter from
Peron at a press conference at
which he was accompanied by
Continued on Page 2-A


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Friday. Noverriser 6.
1964
It's President Johnson in Landslide
rjt.n received ;.846 vote-, to v.n For PuMic Def<
t er Charie* 'V English, v. ho -rr Koeppr-i ov
scored 77.534 b&l'o'v IIdttft%T, 744 7* 10
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te.TT5 Mad Democrat Ralph
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V--.. v.-.-.. by WO! 7 tO3 506
A-d Rep. Claude Pepper slid Ft* dfertff heft T A Bucu
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T>< rd District by ,3B2 to 44.TB 165 045 to Alfred Marfceirr
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Greetings uere '.o be extended
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Abraham Warsha ''.-- Ws:
-i, Mr and Mr- Menaha Fel-
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Page 3-A
leading PuMfc Officials on Committee
1 For iNF'? Kennedy Peace Forest Dinner
KMOUH SILVERMAN
'Silverman Will
Receive Award
Over fio public officials, nation-
al, state, county, and city, have
accepted membership on the lion-
orajv Cajnaittee for tin- John P.
Kennedy PAfl Award dinner,
wliiih will be held ;d the Kon-
tainebloau Hotel "n Sunday even-
ing, Dec. (5.
This is the firsl state dinner
-pi'n^orocl by the Jewish National
Fund Council ol Greater Miami.
Headed bj (i<>\ Farris Bryant
and Democratic Gov.-Nominee
Haydon Burns, the roster ol pub-
lic officials honoring the occa-
sion also includes Dr, Irving Lehr-
nan. chairman of the JNF Foun-
dation, and Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owttc, president of the Southeast
Region of JNF.
Guest speaker will be Sen.
Ab(h*m Ribicoff i D. Conn.),
former Governor of Connecticut
and member of the late Presi-
dent Kennedy's Cabinet.
Israel Lodges Sharp Protest;
Seeks Membership in UN Body
Silverman, who serv*
an of the recent
The dinner is part of 50 other
state dinnecs being held in the
i s at approximately the same
tune to stimulate interest in the
i.in >,. ..... .... j(1|in p_ K,.|imfj\ Peace Fores! in
: Sholom-Israel Dinner rgrael
been singled out for ^ K(,|in,,]v fam|, ,,. ,ipprov.
Mt.t. it was revealed p(] )hp forest which ,. locat.
Minister of Develop- ((| jn Ihi, Iiu](,.m ml|s Th(, en.
Almogi, who was trance l0 tlu, tanA w.n h(, a
,he (linner- white marble pavillion. with 50
1'pot pleting an extended pylons, each pylon representing a
included major cities state in the Union.
i States, Almogi said Leon J. Ell, president of the
,ni Temple Beth local JNF, Zev W Kogan, Dr.
el dinner at the Doral Lehrman and Rabbi Abramowitz
; in Miami "'was the are at present working out the
inner in attend- details lor the distinguished gath-
. -rit and in sale of Is- ering.
, those he attend- The principal highlight of the
Dec G dinner will be the awarding
of the John I. Kennedy Peace
Award Medallion and the designa-
tion of the honoree, whose name
will be permanentl) inscribed on
SEN. ABRAHAM RIBICOFF
Young Composers
Contest Revealed
All-Miami Youth Symphony this
week announced Us fourth an-
nual Youth Composers Contest
sponsored bj Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Kenneth Oka and his fath-
er. Samuel oka. for original sym-
phonic compositions by young
people in Dade County through the
... e of ii>.
Students may submit a lour to
10 minute orchestral composition,
complete with score and parts, by
Mar. 15, 1965
Prizes of sioo. $:>o. and $25 will
be awarded to first, second, and
third winners, with a performance
of the winning composition by the
Youth Symphony,
Compositions are to be address-
id to All Miami Youth Symphony,
P.O. Box 866.i. Universitj ol Miami
Branch, Coral Gables 46, Fla.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel lodged a sharp protest this
week with the chairman of the1
latest and largest bloc of United
Nations members, the so-called
"Group nl 77" of developing conn
tries, for being excluded from a
meeting of the group and for "un-
worthy strategems and manipula-
tions" which were employed to
keep Israel out of the group.
The protest was sent in a let-
ter from Michael Comay, Israel's
permanent representative here, to
Syed Anijacl Ali. of Pakistan,
chairman of the Group of Devel-
oping Countries. The group con-
sists of 77 Afro Asian delegations.
including Arab and Latin Amen
can representatives.
Mr. Ali had announced that a
full-scale meeting of the entire
group would be held. However,
upon the insistence of the Arab
bloc and fellow-Moslem mem-
bers, Mr. Ali suddenly called
the group to a meeting without
inviting Israel. The right of Is-
rael to full membership in the
group was to have been on the
agenda of the meeting as origi-
nally scheduled.
"I did not attend the meeting,"
Mr. Comay wrote to Mr. Ali "be
cause "t the short notice at which
the time was changed. However.
to avoid any misunderstanding. I
wish to state categorically that we
-hall continue to exercise our
right to participate in the work
i f the group, and I must formally
request that we be given full facil-
ity to do SO, including notification
ol meetings, and any change in
their time and place.
"There can be no bona fide and
objective grt und for our exclusion
from the group," Mr. Comaj con-
tinued.
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BILMA M. THOMPSON........Asst. to. Publisher
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    Friday, November 6, 1964
    1 Kislev 5725
    The American
    People Have Spoken
    The American people have
    pokftn. Politicians and our qovern-
    r. ent leaders may debate, arque,
    rr. nlign one another personally and
    tr ore than occasionally resort to half-
    . ths during the ccurse of an elec-
    :.:n campaign in order to make a
    int. But in the final analysis, it
    the people who make the choice
    the privacy of the voting booth.
    And they chose President John-
    = :.i with a landslide vote. This gives
    I e President what he wanted a
    andate from the people.
    In a very real sense, Mr. John-
    Ecn wcs a lame duck chief exec-
    _ .ve, fulfilling the term of the assas-
    i -jated John Fitzgerald Kennedy;
    nd clthough he invoked Mr. Ken-
    r.rdy's name less and less often dur-
    ing the months following his tragic
    :; sumption of the highest office in
    t* e land. President Johnson still knew
    v ut he was merely fulfilling the Ken-
    redy term and that it was his obli-
    c: tior. to act in accordance with the
    v. shes of his predecessor.
    Now, he is President by the over-
    v. helming choice of the American people. Now,
    he has been given the opportunity to function
    . his own right and in accordance with the
    principle* he. himself, expounded during the
    c: mpaign.
    Many previous American precedents have
    :^en broken and many new ones established
    ci a consequence of the election of President
    Jchnson. But whatever our choice, as citizens
    ci this nation, it is the duty of each of us to
    s and behind Mr. Johnson and to give him the
    cooperation for which he has asked and which
    be has clearly won. The people have spoken.
    the thought of it was savored merely among
    Fascists and the powerful Nazi enclave in Ar-
    gentina. Today, the possibility is not unreal-
    istic. How better to achieve his aim than to
    join the anti-Semites to villify Zionism as
    he is reported to have done this week?
    'Defending' European Jewry
    It is refreshing to read about Gideon Haus-
    ner, former Attorney General of Israel, and his
    s'.out defense of the Jews of Europe during
    World War II.
    Mr. Hausner's defense before a Herzl Insti-
    e audience las: week in New York was de-
    signed to absolve European Jewry from Han-
    h Arendt and Bruno Bettelheim-type charges
    ol submitting to death without resistance.
    We are happv to note that Mr. Hausner
    Is otherwise. He should. There are many
    h storic works amply documenting such re-
    > -tance in the face of almost certain death.
    Mr. Hausner is, of course, en expert in these
    matters. It was he who successfully prose-
    ' -ed the notorious Adolf E'-hmann.
    Nevertheless, we wish it were someone
    e.se before the Herzl Institute to speak out in
    defense of European Jewry. Mr. Hausner re-
    s.gned as Attorney General shortly after Eich-
    mann's trial, sentencing and execution. He re-
    signed following the reaction to his Saturday
    Evening Post series on his role in the trial a
    series that was all Hausner and little Eichmann.
    Mr. Hausner still seems to be more de-
    voted to himself than to the purpose of his erst-
    while role. We applaud what he had to say,
    ~ut we wish someone else said it.
    The Mission's Locked Door
    The leaders who marched to the Soviet
    Union's United Nations Mission in New York
    presented a detailed document relating to the
    fate of Iron Curtain Jewry. The door was locked.
    The pressure being applied to the Soviet
    leadership to give Jews living there the oppor-
    tunity to express themselves culturally by prac-
    ticing their traditions without hindrance has
    been increasing over the years.
    Proof of the charges leveled by the march-
    ers lies in the uncovering last year of "Judaism
    Without Embellishment" published in the So-
    viet Union. Untold other examples exist.
    That the Communists are also finding it in-
    creasingly necessary to deny the charqes sug-
    gests the prevalence of cultural genocide in
    the Soviet Union. It is still too early to tell what
    the deposition of Nikita Khiushchev can mean
    :his regard. We prayerfully hope the locked
    door is not an ill omen.
    Juan Peron's Return
    Juan Peron is a man seeming to come back
    cut of the dead. During his dictator-terrorist
    reign, much of Peron's tyranny was laid at the
    feet of his late wife, Eva. At the same time,
    Argentinians adored her.
    Since, his deposition, Argentina has had a
    crack at this thing we call democracy. But the
    crack, almost from the beginning, split wide
    cpen, with several changes in government and
    cnti-Semitism increasingly the rule.
    Peron wants to return. Several years ago.
    Renewed Ecumenical Hope
    There is renewed hope that Pope Paul VI
    will turn his attention toward the tie between
    the Catholic Church and the Jews before the
    Ecumenical Council closes its current session.
    Reports are that the Pope anticipates a
    separate statement, unrelated to any of the
    other schemas now under discussion.
    Clearly, the Church's concern for the im-
    pact of such a statement on Catholics in Arab
    lands has been a central factor in the slow
    movement of the Ecumenical toward release
    of the Jews from the inhuman charge of deicide.
    Reports therefore suggest that Pope Paul's
    anticipated statement will emphasize the non-
    political, meaning non-Zionist, nature of its
    position. In the event this comes to pass, Pope
    Paul should be applauded under any circum-
    stances.
    For that he turns his special attention to
    the guestion and considers it in a separate
    statement will be proof enough of the Church's
    decision to call a halt to a 2,000-year-old in-
    justice.

    the week
    as i see it
    fe :
    by LEO MINDLIN

    MOW THAT the elections are
    . over- can U back and
    during the week a rvsrs '
    here about the "right" of rab-
    bis to use their pulpits for the
    expression of political opinion
    The issue was brought to the
    fore by a Miami Beach Rermk.
    licaa uder. who charged ta
    a letter to this newspaper that
    our rabbis ought to stay awav
    from politicking, particularly because their sermons are delivered
    to what he characterized as captive audiences without the nrivii.m
    of rebuttal. Hwuef*,
    I wonder whether he would be so arbitrary in his attitude if the
    sermons preached here were in support of his party, for almost uni"
    formly they appeared to take a contrary- course. But this is a rather
    jaundiced view, which obscures the problem to its own detriment
    Fact is that I do not see how a rabbi can avoid making political
    evaluations if he is indeed a part of the world in which he lives. Deny
    him the privilege, and you are insisting that he function as little more
    than an instrument of dogmatic tradition and theory. Far from
    strengthening Judaism, such denials would weaken it
    A case in point is a release dated Oct. 29 from the Overseas Press
    Club in New York City as an interreligious statement on morality and
    the election campaign. The statement was prepared by Dr. Johr
    Bennett, of the Union Theological Seminary, and signed by Dean
    Francis Sayre. of the Washington Cathedral; Rabbi Maurice Eisen
    drath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations
    Dr. Reinhold Neihbur. world-renowned Protestant theologian and
    Dr. Edler Hawkins.
    'PERSONAL MORALITY A SMOKESCREEN
    THE STATEMENT PROTESTS the uay in which morality as
    used aa a weapon in the campaign. The noted religious l<
    declare that the very idea of morality is being widely distorte
    few episodes involving personal morality, the meaning ol which is
    insinuated rather than stated, are allowed to obscure fateful mon
    issues related to public life moral issue- such as lull end rights
    Of all citizens, the shameful squalor and poverty m our cities ai
    the danger of nuclear war.''
    The reference to "personal morality'" obviously suggests thi
    Jenkins case, where a man who suffers a sexual alteration, whicl
    should rightly be a matter between him and i physician, ha- be<
    blown up into absurd proportion. Consequently, Jenkins and all uni
    could infer from his private tragedy became mere important as
    political issue as a moral issue than tor example the extreu..
    right wing exemplified by groups like the Birchites and Minute Men
    Jenkins and Bilhe Sol Estes and Bobby Baser hence took or
    greater significance in GOP eyes than the lunatic fringe, whicl
    through the John Birch Society distributed literature in the tinal days
    of the campaign urging its members to arm themselves in the event
    ot a Goldwater defeat, with instructions how best to consolidate int..
    a hard core of prototype fascist resistance.
    For the Republicans, from a purely pragmatic point of view
    this was rather dangerous territory upon which to tread. especiall>
    it one's memory is long enough to recall Sherman Adams and Ber
    nard Goldfine.
    AM OBLIGATION MORE THAN A RIGHT
    WHAT THE SPIRITUAL leaders who signed the message wen
    " saying is that there are instances of -political immorality" on
    both sides of the fence, that they are in effect accidental and un-
    predictable, and that they seem deliberately designed to becloud tht
    large and fundamental issues. Does a rabbi not have the right to
    preach in these terms from his pulpit if he is so inclined? Does h-
    not have the ri^ht to say that Walter Jenkins i. hardlj the supreme
    question, and that Birchites and Ku Kluxers are."
    It seems to me he has not only the right but the obligation. On:
    ancient Hebrew prophets did precisely the same thing in their wn
    tings. Many shunned doctrinaire temple business; some, in fact
    argued that God could hardly be less interested in such mundant
    mailers that Gods essential concern is man's humanity toward
    man
    In a more complicated society such as our-, and especially during
    election campaigns, the question of moralitj ineluctably finds itse
    entwined with politics In the JohnsonGoldwater battle, our rabbi;
    who spoke out were simply drawing the line between an attempt .
    decency and outright expediency as thej saw it
    Right or wrong, those who would deny the rabbi tin- oMigatioi
    do so on ideological grounds contrary to their own They are i
    self-eppointed guardians ol whal -.< rabbi should oi should nol
    what he should or should not be, And experience seems to indicat.
    thai the most vocal ol them are gencrall) the 1-asi qualified to i
    any judgment whatsoever
    This is after bII the protest oi Rolf Hochhuth in -The Deputy"
    that the spiritual leaders of Hitler's Europe chose to enshroud then
    selves in dogma rather than to enmesh themselves in the cruci
    loua life as applied to their own time, bringing the message i
    d>vine morality to a wo, Id sorely in need ol it, message thai might
    nave made a difference in human survival
    THt ULTIMATE PURPOSE Of THE PULPIT
    lAfHAT DOES A congregant want of his rabbi: A spineless, oh-,
    quious man mouthing eternal verities unrelated to truth a- we
    Know It? A rugged individualist determined to -peak out whei
    me chips may fall? My own inclination is fraoklj toward the image
    oi the long since gone ghetto rabbi, mouthing his eternal verities in
    a circumscribed society where his moral utterances were law.
    Most congregants, I think, prefer the fawning flatterer: for the
    rabbi who judges also thinks, and the rabbi who thinks and acts upon
    his thoughts makes his congregation uncomfortable. In the now
    concluded political campaign, and the ideological vector, and vou h: u
    the outburst exemplified by the Miami Beach Republican, who pre
    ters the rabbi to confine his sermons to whal?
    He is. of course, not quite sure, except that he doesn't want him
    politicking against his own party. Hence, he pretends to higher
    spiritual needs. As I see it. the rabbi ought to speak out. But he
    must do more. Polities, sociology, literarv book reviews. Freudian
    psychology these are the seeming and sometimes sad grist of the
    pulpit. I hey should, however, be its grist in proper proportion. Where
    such sermons obliterate tradition, as it does so otlen. I too object -
    and object vociferously. They should never substitute for the ultimate
    purpose of the pulpit in the synagogue: the presentation of spiritual
    .lunaism to the congregant who should know more than he does
    about it.
    But this hardly denies the rabbi his right, and indeed obligation,
    to be political when the occasion arises. Those who would deny him.
    do so for the most Immoral purpose of all: partisanship.


    Friday. November 6, 1964
    +Jen 1st) fk rid ton
    Page 5-A
    Top Miami Leaders Will Attend CJFWF
    General Assembly in St. Louis Nov. 12
    Durinq Sabbath Services at Temple Judea. Herbert Gelernter,
    aast president, presents Joseph Krefetz. newly-installed pres-
    dent with an award for outstanding service to the Temple
    luin'q the past yeor. Lett to right are Gelernter. past pres-
    dent Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple Ju-
    dea. and Joseph Krefetz. new president.
    Air Force Studies Complaints
    Of Slur to Jewish Servicemen
    Continued from Page 1-A
    Tjund any basis" for American
    Jewish personnel to feel inse-
    cure among the Libyans. He
    Mid "we have carefully watch-
    ed the situation and in each in-
    stance concluded that there was
    no immec'iate concern for the
    safety of our personnel."
    Bui on Ihc question of censor
    pro-Jewish material and
    broadcasts by the
    no I forces radio and tele-
    Nation at Wheelus Air Base,
    nounced anew that
    , self-imposed program
    terns hich are con-
    r-ctionable to the court-
    deletions, the
    that "in order t" pre-
    nenl to our Goi
    must respect the
    host natl ns and
    n people i"
    sed b) those an
    i ; p iible
    exist on the
    o| Israel,
    Judaism, and those of the
    ish faith. The Air Force is
    ing action that these reitr
    are not being improperly
    plied." he said.
    Jew-
    tak-
    aints
    ap-
    The relevance "f communal sor-
    rices to changing Jewish neea
    and responsibilities will be con-
    sidered by leaders of Jewish Fed-
    Welfare Funds from
    throughout the United States and
    Canada at the 33rd General As
    -emu) of the Council ol Jewish
    tions and Welfare Funds in
    si. Louis at the Chase Park Plaza
    Hotel from Nov. 12 to 15.
    Leaders ci the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation scheduled t<>
    participate in the General Assem-
    bly, which v. ill consider the relev-
    ance of a worldwide network ol
    community-supported services to
    meet the shifting pattern ol mod-
    ern needs are Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
    shall S. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Sid
    nej Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
    ton Paliot. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
    C. Myers, Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation Executive Director Ar-
    thur S. Rosichan. and Assistant
    Director Robert P. Forman.
    During the three-day Assem-
    bly, Rosichan will serve as a
    consultant to the session discuss-
    ing Federation's responsibilities
    to board members of its affiliat-
    ed agencies. Harris will serve
    as a panelist in the session de-
    voted to fund-raising programs
    and techniques, and Mrs. Myers
    will participate in the panel on
    volunteer services programming.
    Myers, a former five-term pres-
    ident Of the Council of Jewish
    Federations "and Welfare Funds,
    .\ill chair the high point of the
    Assembly, the Saturday nighl ban-
    iuet, when the fourth annual Her
    jert ft. Abies Memorial address
    >n the subject ol "Poverty in Al
    fluence" will be delivered by
    Michael Harrington, chairman of
    he board-elecl of the League lor
    Industrial Democracy.
    Harrington, who 1- serving as a
    consultant t<> the Office oi Econ
    inic Opportunity in the war
    against poverty, is the author of
    many books including "The oth-
    ?r AmericaPoverty in the Unit-
    ed States
    Norton Paliot will join young
    leaders of Federation from
    throughout the country as Mi-
    ami's recipient of the Presi-
    dents' Leadership Award. Pal-
    lot and other young leaders from
    throughout the country will be
    honored at the Assembly "for
    their leadership in Federation
    and communal service, and for
    their outstanding potential as
    leaders of their local commun-
    ity and national Jewish com-
    munal service."
    Other sessions of the General
    Assembly will deal with overseas
    needs and American responsibili-
    ties, the personnel crisis in staff-
    ing Jewish communal agencies for|
    service to the community, the
    human rights revolution role
    relation to Federation, women's s
    vice to the community, fund-ri
    ing. budgeting, and other aspi
    0! Federation work that 1 elp
    heiter the looal commun
    well a- Support pr 1 s in
    countries overseas.
    M n b< rs of the Miami Fedi
    lion who helped to plan the
    - for the I3i 1 I Vsse
    includi ii Federation Presid
    Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs Wye -
    ban.
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    Three Cosmonauts
    And Red China
    Report Pope Writing Paper on Jews
    By MAX LERNER
    If anyone should be heartsick about the three Soviet astronauts
    who orbited the earth in a space ship, it is not so much the Americans
    as the Chinese True, it is another notch added en the stick of Rus-
    sian space achievement and it make.- the American project lor a
    Gemini ilight an anti climatic dud.
    But while the Russians are still bent on beating the Americans
    to the moon and will garner the prestige kudos that the three-man
    flight gives them, their chief concern is wM the Chinese who are
    not even in the space race as yet.
    1 am not saying the Russians have abandoned their struggle to
    excel the Americans .n the exploration of space and in all other phases
    of the political war.
    I am raising the question of why the Russians wanted thi- pres-
    tige victory so badly at this moment that they risked a flight in mid-
    autumn and I am suggesting it was tuned to take the edge off the
    Chinese atomic demonstration.
    * *
    What this means is that the Russians art caught in a double poli-
    tical warthe conventional one with the Western camp and the
    brand-new but deeply obsessive one with the Chinese.
    Old habits don't break easily, and there may be many Commun-
    ist faithful around the world who regard the political war with the
    West as the overarching one. But I doubt whether this applies to the
    Sovfel political elite, which includes the military and the propaganda
    experts. The wind that cause- their headache blows from the East.
    Only if the Russians were sleep-walkers would they believe that
    they had much chance any longer to win a European people away
    Atom the West or establish another Communist regime either on the
    European or Latin American continents.
    The three-man space flight advertises to the world that the Rus-
    sians, who can thus humble the pride of American -pace science and
    technology, are not likely to yield their place in the Communist pow-
    er cluster to a Johnny-comelately who has just exploded a nuclear
    wciipon. and has not even begun to master the rudiments ol rocket j
    thrust and guidance.
    The lesson should not be lost on the Africans, from the Congo
    Republic to Zanzibar, nor yet on the Communist parties disputing
    for control in Southeast Asia, nor yet on the Communist governments
    of Eeastern Europe which are groping their way toward greater na-
    tionalist autonomy. Nor will the lesson be lost on the non-Communist \
    capital- of Western Europe, whose press and intellectuals have always '
    re-ponded strongly to any evidence that Communist systems can be
    more wholehearted and simple-purposed than the democratic systems.
    I should even guess at some influence exerted on the British elec-
    tions. given Harold Wilsons strong plea for a Labor government
    oriented toward a society which would make full use of modern science
    and technology.
    * *
    The Americans have something to learn, too. They can look back
    ruefully at Khrushchev's broad hints that the Russians have given
    up the moon race. < Perhaps this is at least some explanation for his
    ouster.)
    If he pretended to some flagging of interest in a flight to the moon
    he could not have meant it. for the latest orbit of the cosmonaut, the
    scientist and the doctor brings a moon flight closer Mian everby 1970
    and perhaps even sooner.
    On what the Russian flight is like to do to the American election
    campaign my guess would be exactly nothing. If Barn- GoMwater
    had been pushing the scientific-political angle of our struggle with
    the Russians, he might have had some ground for an I-told-vou-so crv
    of triumph. But it is the issue of all-out emphasis on the militarv
    struggle he ha- pushed. As it turns out. he was talking of the wrong
    competition, at the wrong time, in the wrong terms.
    If any American political leader other than John Kennedv has
    identified himself with the space race is Lyndon Johnson, and he is
    .iKeiy to be the man who will continue it.
    ROME Pope Paul,
    Y] was reported here to have de-j
    cided to make the proposed Cath-
    olic Church declaration on rela-
    tions with Jews into a separate:
    document, unrelated to any of the .
    other schemas under consideration !
    by the Ecumenical Council.
    Vatican sources saw such sep-
    aration of the declaration on rela-
    tions with Jews as a move
    -trongthening the importance of'
    the document. 'Wiey believe that,
    the new declaration may he pro
    mitigated by the Council before it
    closes it- currant session on N >\
    21.
    The new draft of the declara-
    tion, it is understood, will state
    clearly that the Jewish people as
    a whole are absolved fri lle .
    cient charge of feicide io T,
    tries, who feared that dectarai
    tion of that might might ive
    adverse effect in their a >*S ,j,
    new version will emphasize th
    fact that the Catholic Chi ,,aU.
    ment is entirely nonpoliti i|, amj
    is directed against b: 3nu.
    Semitism.
    Farewell Set
    For Rabbi Shapiro
    Max R. Silver, president of Beth
    David Congregation, announces
    that a farewell reception will be
    tendered Rabbi and Mrs Norman
    N. Shapiro on Sunday evening. 8
    to 11 p.m.. in Spector Hall Ball-
    room.
    Congregants and friends will say
    goodbye to Rabbi and Mrs. Sha-
    piro, who are leaving Miami in
    mid-November for Dallas. Tex..
    I where Rabbi Shapiro has accepted
    the pulpit at Congregation Shearith
    Israel.
    Bert Slier is chairman of ar-
    , rangenunts for the evening.
    Rockwell Interview on Canadian
    Television Stirs Storm of Protest
    Knights Announce
    Ninth Birthday
    Chancellor Commander Marvin
    j Berman. of the Xor' Mjan,j
    j Beach Lodge. Knights oi Pythias
    I announces its ninth an- birth-
    day baquet to be held at tt Diplo.
    i mat Country Club on Bat lay.
    Special recognition wll ie sjv.
    'en two immediate past
    Tors. Ed WbUs and Hei f
    lor "dedication, devol and
    leadership to the Mort! Miami
    Reach Lodge and the I' tan Or-
    der"
    Evening will feature da <
    the Norm Leader Ore i
    I 'how which includes e
    Carter; Napoleon Red
    men Jones fame: songstre .loan-
    nine Moore; and the e tic Sa>
    ros .i
    Co-chairmen are Matt E and
    Jerrv Trailins.

    Continued from Pag* 1-A
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    nonconformist oddballs."
    The strongest protest, however,
    was voiced outside Parliament by
    Michael Garber. president of the
    Canadian Jewish Congress. Charg-
    ing the CBC with being "guilty of
    an act against the public interest."
    Mr. Garber said that no argu-
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    Y" teen leaders gathered to plan the 11th annual Teen-Aqe
    Conclave at a recent meetina directed by Burton Garr (stand-
    inqi who will again be staff coordinator lor the conclave.
    Garr ifl branch director of the Miami Beach "Y." Left to right
    are the teen-age delegates from the various branches: Ida
    Offenbach, Miami Branch; Robert Stone, Beach Branch, and
    Gai1 Steinfink, North County Branch. The conclave will be
    held Sunday, Dec. 13, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel________
    Zionist Organization of America Elects
    Dr. Lehrman a National Vice President
    n |i in Lehrman has boon
    national vice president
    Zionist Ofgaaizattoa <>f
    A ica
    Dr M x Nun-,
    president,
    0 ; Hollyuoad
    | i" a let I
    I! a l> b
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    i ngratu
    lati "ii liis|
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    ZOA's 67th an
    i nation-
    al convention in
    Washit on, D.C. D*. UHMMM
    Dec ,-ed Or. Nussbaum: "We
    are oil proud of th historic
    achievements of th ZOA in
    years past. We are also wr
    that the changing world cells
    tor changing patterns. The
    Zionist movement es a whole,
    and the ZOA in particular, are
    now t,- ed with the test of recog-
    nizing the needs of the day."
    \ ii I the national president to
    Di Lehrman Your dedicated
    in the past eminently
    i you for the position of
    n il ilit) you now hold, and
    I look forward to your continued
    fcuidatici and leadership, which
    the ZOA in the fore-
    the world Zionist move-
    In another letter from Leon
    May, of Nashville, Ternr., presi-
    dent of the Southeast Region of
    the Zionist Organization ot Amer-
    ica, the Temple Knianii-Kl Of Miami
    Beach spiritual leader was told:
    "The elevation of a man such M
    yourself to a position of leadec-
    >hip is one example <'l the new
    look in our organization."
    National V'iM piv-idt'iit is the
    highest national office in the
    Southeast Region. Dr. lehrman i>
    the first rabbi to be honored with
    this position in Hie 11 year history
    ol the renion and the second mem
    be* of the South Florida area to
    -,en e in this eapacity.
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    Eichmann Prosecutor Says Jews Were :^*--* **
    Active in Resistance to Nazi Onslaught
    Continued from Pg 1-A
    exception of one sad and pathetic
    ' report of resistance by 48 disabled
    soldiers, not one of them used the
    shovel with which he was told to
    dig his own grave to assail the
    SS guards."
    But it occurred to nobody to at-
    tribute cowardice to them, or the
    will for self destruction, until the
    publication recently of books on
    the subject of the lack of anti-
    Nazi resistance and alleged col-
    laboration of Ghetto Councils.
    Speaking about Jewish resista-
    ance, Hausner reported that the
    evidence shows that there were
    hundreds of spontaneous nests of
    entertainment, dancing, and prizes
    will be held at Flaglcr-Granada
    Jewish Center on Saturday. 9 p.m .
    for members and prospective mem-
    bers. The Jolly Three band will
    play. Mrs. I.ouis Looatin and Sam
    ity. So they postponed their
    open revolt until the last mo-
    ment. The Warsaw Ghetto re-
    volt was the crowniag syrohol o\.| R^s| jre membership chairmen
    istoncally,
    e of
    th's movement, but h
    it was certainly only
    many inspired rebellions."
    Stating that Jewish misses, as
    well as other groups of doomed
    people, refused to believe that
    (hey were doomed, 83 they were
    told by inspired underground
    leaders, Hausner asked
    Segal Named
    Social Workers'
    Confab Delegate
    Who can Robert Segal, consultant of the
    amethem"for "refusing to believe Welfare Planning Council of Dad
    County, has been elected official
    ill legate from the South Florida
    Chapter of the National Associa-
    tion of Social Workers.
    rabbi S. Max Machtei (right) congratulates Cantor Abraham
    ~eiseman on his appointment to the staff ol Temple B'nai
    lolom.
    Aronovitz to be Speaker
    A membership meting of the City
    of Miami Beautification Commit-
    tee on Friday. Nov. 13. 2 p.m., at
    the Miami-Dade County Chamber
    of Commerce will feature an ad-
    dress by City Commissioner Sid-
    ney Aronovitz. He will report to
    the group on his recent trip to
    Washington. D.C.. where he dis-
    cussed the future of Miami's ex-
    pressways. Chairman is E. Albert
    ."allot.
    United Synagogue
    Regional Confab
    In Jacksonville
    Biennial conference of the Uni-
    ted Synagogue of America. South-
    i east Region, v. ill take place in
    Jacksonville on Nov. 14 and 15.
    Delegates from 50 congregations
    will be present to hear Dr. Morton
    Siegel. nationally-recognized auth-
    ority on education, discuss inter-
    marriage, the college-age program
    of the I'nited Synagogue, and the
    latest developments in the field
    of Jewish education.
    Rabbis Hairy Epstein, ol Atlan-
    B'nai Sholom
    Adds Cantor
    To its Staff
    Tabbi S. Ma:: Machtei. of Tem-
    ' B'nai Sholom. announces the
    lition of Cantor Abraham Reise-
    i ..n to the Temple staff.
    3ofn in Jerusalem and a descen
    . it of a long line of scholars.
    nior Reiseman received his
    ly. training in Israel.
    n America, he took special
    t uses at Eaton School of Social
    Science while teaching Hebrew in
    w York City. He then served as
    ad teach, r ol the Community
    I brew School in New Haven,
    ( nn.. where he studied voice at
    le School of Music.
    After attendir.T the Institute
    ct Haianuth, he served Temple
    fceth El in Harrisburg, Pa., as
    : antor and principal of the re-
    hgious school. He was also pres-
    dent of the Harrisburg District
    c' Zionist Organization of Amer-
    \: a and a member of the Penn
    Stare University Advisory Board.
    n 1957 Cantor Reiseman was
    arded an honorary fellowship
    the Cantors Institute and Col-
    ., Ol Jewish Music ot the Jewish ta, and Morton Wallack, of Burning
    eological Seminary. ham- wil1 als0 sPeak- A special
    antor Reiseman will serve Tem-1 guest, Rabbi Morton Leifman. reg-
    . B'nai Sholom in the capacity istrar of the Teachers Institute of
    cantor and as director of the the Jewish Theological Seminary
    of America, will discuss the future
    of educational and professional
    personnel in the synagogues of the
    nation.
    The United Synagogue of Amer-
    ica is the organization of Conserv-
    ative synagogues in the United
    States and Canada numbering al-
    most 800 congregational affiliates.
    The Southeast Region is under
    in the return of the Jungle?"
    In summing up the matter of
    Jewish resistance. Hausner said:
    The records prove that the
    Jewish underground activity which doomed Jews of Europe have noth-
    flared up in communities all overling of which to be ashamed.
    occupied Europe. Without bene-1 There was often close cooperation (
    til of advice from a Government- between the oft-besmirched Ghetto ,
    in-Exile to give them a central Councils and the Jewish resistance
    command, the only group so lead- leaders. There were over a mil-
    erless, these Jewish resistance' lion and a quarter Jews in the
    pockets were the only ones who! armed camps that fought Hitler, abroad will be made,
    went into open and over-all action, jCws took an active part in the Sega, wyj attCnd the 1964 dele
    when there were no relieving arm- general resistance movement, ^atc assemDlv of the National As
    ies in sight. Their only possible when they were allowed to partici- jgQ^igtion of Social Workers at the
    pate. J palmer House in Chicago, along
    "And the ghetto rebellions were with nearly 300 other delegates
    exclusively Jewish. There is evi- i from 167 chapters of the associa-
    dence of unbelievable acts of tion in the 50 States. Puerto Rico
    He will represent 188 profession-
    al social workers in this area at
    a nationwide assembly in Chicago
    in mid-November, where key bog
    ial problems will be under dis
    cussion. and decisions affecting
    the future of social work here and
    gain was
    honor.
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    "They all faced a tragic and
    fateful decision, since their go-
    ing into action automatically
    carried with it the immediate
    wiping out of a whole commun-
    | bravery on the part of Jewish in-1 and Europe, representing a total
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    age 10-A
    KtewislrFleridHair
    Leaders Find Red Mission Locked to Their Plea
    Continued from Pge 1-A
    (I lighted "yahrteit" candles
    i \\mbolize remembrance not
    the dead but of the living and
    express the mortal danger
    reatening Jewish cultural and
    unions lite in the L'SSR."' walk-
    to the Soviet headquarters lol-
    ling a meeting in Hunter Col-
    ,e Auditorium addressed by
    . wish leaders. Sen. Keating and
    his Democratic opponent. Rob-
    K. Kennedy.
    Cennedy read the telegram
    m President Johnson, which cle-
    '. red in part:
    The position of the Jewish
    nmunity in the Soviet Union is
    matter of deep and continuing
    icern to me, to this adminis-
    ition and to millions of thought-
    J I people throughout the U.S.
    All responsible officials in our
    . vernment," the President said.
    ontinue to search for practical
    thods of alleviating the position
    Soviet Jews."'
    Earlier, Sen. Keating had
    :->rged that the U.S. State De- :
    rartment "deliberately refused
    to put the U.S. government on
    record against Soviet anti-
    Semitism."
    Mr. Kennedy told the meeting
    that the issue of Soviet anti- Semi
    tlsm "should be put on the agenda
    of American foreign policy for ac-
    tion by all appropriate govern-
    ment agencies, including the State
    Department '
    At the Hunter College meetinu.
    the delegate? unanimously adopt-
    ed "a summons to action in be-
    half of our fellow Jews entrapped
    in the vast and terrifying Soviet
    zone of silence." Immediate goals
    of the resolution were:
    "To prod the conscience of the
    Soviet oppressors; to focus aware-
    ness on the Soviet pattern of
    anti-Jewish injustice; to alert the
    new leaders who have assumed
    power in the Soviet that oppres-
    sion of Jews shall not be passed
    over by us in silence; and to per-
    suade our own government to use
    its mighty prestige and influence
    to urge to Soviet leadership that
    elementary justice and rights be
    granted to Soviet Jewry."
    The 18-point position left with
    jthe Soviet UN Mission called on
    the Soviet government:
    To eradicate anti-Semitism by a
    vigorous educational effort con-
    ducted by government and party;
    ' to permit the free functioning of
    synagogues and private prayer
    meetings; to remove hindrances
    to the observance of sacred rites
    such as religious burial and cir-
    cumcision; to make possible the
    production and distribution of re-
    ligious articles such as prayer i
    . shawls and Jewish calendars; to
    restore all rights and facilities for
    [the production and distribution of]
    I matZOth and kosher food; to fur-;
    nish tacilities for the publication
    of Hebrew Bibles, prayer books
    I and other religious texts in the
    i necessary quantities.
    To permit the organiiation of
    I a nationwide federation of syna-
    gogues; to sanction the right of
    | such a federation to associate
    with organizations of co-reli-
    gionists abroad; to permit Jews
    to make religious pilgrimages to
    the holy places in Israel; to
    make it possible for all qualified
    applicants to attend the Moscow
    Yeshiva, to provide facilities for
    the establishment of additional
    Yeshivoth as needed, and to en-
    "able rabbinical students to study
    at seminaries abroad.
    To provide schools and other
    facilities for the study of Yid-
    dish and Hebrew, and of Jewish
    history, literature and culture;
    to permit Jewish writers, artists
    and other intellectuals to create
    their own institutions for the en-
    couragement of Jewish cultural
    and artistic life; to reestablish a
    Yiddish publishing house, and to
    publish books in Yiddish by classi.
    cal and contemporary Jewish
    writers; to reestablish Yiddish
    state theatres in major centers of
    Jewish population, and to publish
    Yiddish language newspapers with
    national circulation; to eliminate
    discrimination against Jews in all
    areas of Soviet public life; to end
    all propaganda campaigns which
    use anti-Semitic stereotypes, im-
    plied or overt: to halt the discrim-
    inatory application of maximum
    Frififly, November 6, 1864
    , penalties, including the death sen-
    tence, against Jews for alleged gg4
    economic crimes; to make it pos-
    pible on humanitarian grounds for
    Soviet Jews who are members of
    families separated as a result of
    the Nazi holocaust to be re-united
    with their relatives abroad.
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    * November 6, 1964
    *Jew isfi fUiradiiiain
    Paqe 11=.
    \&
    Ben-Gurion Resumes A ttack on La von
    SCSBIN
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    flORMAN
    KLAYF
    Rolls into High Gear Here;
    tnimum $3,256,000 Being Sought
    ni.(.f| Fund's 1064 campaign
    _ into hij-'h gear this week a>
    bands of volunteers put on'
    L to make the Nov. 24 (lend
    [i Make i- a minimum of 13,256,-
    uhich will go to provide
    the needs of Dade County.
    Iworkers are busy in hundreds
    j plants and business firms con-
    licting employee campaigns on
    nited Fund's "Fair Share" pay-
    plan.
    |\;.. m the field until Nov. 24
    |n be United Fund residential
    ducting the fall cam-
    door-to-door solicitation.
    , ; the most important tains m this year's campaign
    Imp is Unit B, headed by Chair-
    I,:, Bernard S. Klayf, executive
    t resident of Burdlne's De-
    rtment Store
    I'nit B has been assigned to
    Lisc $1,168,686, or more than one-
    hird the entire 1964 campaign
    W
    J 1 nit r. takes in volunteers work-
    In; ihe industrial, mereantile.
    lommercial foods and beverages,
    [iiiildins and construction and in-
    surance divisions of the campaign.
    Assisting Klayf in key roles are
    viral Dade business leaders in-
    cluding the following:
    Byron J. Topol, general man-
    | ager of J. R. Handbags of Hor-
    Strong Vet afe-GfoS
    Hours of Continuous
    Relief from Minor
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    relief from arthritis' minor pin
    even lucta chronic pain TiinR from
    d*ep ir, the joints. Anacin aleo re-
    i icc Kn-rllinir and inflammation. In
    iHurM pain (roes to that It's easier
    to move afflicted limbs agnin. The
    rexson Anacin Tablet* ara ao effec-
    V\r because they contain the pain
    ermost recommended bydoctore
    I us an tsrra ingredient not found
    'n leailina; aspirin* or buffare*
    o.:ms. lake aa directad.
    Ida; John Serbin Sr., Serbin of
    Florida; Norton Pallot, presi-
    dent, Norton Tire Company;
    Louis Laden, public relations di-
    rector. Laundry, Dry Cleaners '
    and Linen Service Association;
    and Marvin Florman, assistant
    to the president of National
    Brands.
    1964 Campaign Chairman Sidney
    I). Ansin called upon all Dade
    citizens to support the 1964 cam-
    paign "to help the aging, the
    young, the homeless and the sick
    in our cornmunitv."
    He said, "this year's campaign
    is the shortest In history, ending
    before the holiday season starts."
    Ansin urged businessmen and
    housewives to open thou- hearts
    and their doors to the United Fund
    volunteer solicitors.
    Three more report meetings re-
    main in the 1064 campaign: Nov.
    11. 18 and 24, at the Dupont Plaza
    Hotel.
    TEL WIV (W.NSi The
    long-running feud between David
    Ben Gurlon and Pirthas Lavon
    erupted anew into sharp and pub
    lie focus when the former Prem-
    , ier renewed the charge that his
    former Defense Minister had heen
    responsible for an alleged sec-
    urity slip in 1954.
    The feud, both personal and
    political, was renewed when Mr.
    Ben-Gurion submitted a "White
    Hook" on the controversy to Min-
    ister ol Justice Dov Joseph in the
    * tt, ) -r ... I MMM| s
    presence of Attorney General
    Moshc Ben-Zeev.
    Details of the white paper
    were not disclosed, but it is said
    to have contained alleged docu-
    mentary proof in substantiation
    of Mr. Ben-Gurion's position.
    At the same time, it was learn-
    ed that the former Premier told
    the Minister of Justice that the
    document can well serve as a
    basis for a new review of the
    entire Lavon affair, as it has
    been called, by a governmental
    committee.
    I The controversy hail crea'
    vide segments of divergent oi
    ion in Israel and in the domim
    Mapai party When Mr. Levi E
    kol became Premier he sought to
    bring an end to the controvei
    Renewal of the issue by
    Ben-Gurion is seen as a discon-
    certing development by many
    ! pai elements, since it came at
    1 time when the Mapai Party \
    on the verge of making importl
    organizational decision, includ
    possible alignment with the A
    clut Avodah Party.
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    the report about alleged military
    aid to Israel to offset Israel's
    criticism against the continued
    work by German scientists in
    Egypt, producing mass destruction
    weapons to be aimed ultimately
    against Israel.
    The reports said that, under j
    a "secret" agreement between
    Israel and ex-Chancellor Kon-
    rad Adenauer, Israel has during
    the last six years received about ,
    $50,000,000 worth of German mili-
    tary equipment.
    In Parliament this week, Dr. Du-
    gen Gerstenmaicr, president of i
    Ihe Bundestag, the lower House.
    and a leader of the dominant
    Christian Democratic Party, called,
    for an end of what he called "the
    | quasi secret" methods of coopera-
    tion between Bonn and Israel.
    At the same time, such "offi-
    I cial hypocrisy" was assailed hy
    Herbert Kehner, deputy leader of
    the Social Democratic Party. |
    ! Both called for the establishment
    of diplomatic relations between
    West Germany and Israel as the
    way to put German-Israel rela-
    tions on an open, proper basis.
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    Federation Sets
    Board Meeting
    Fall meeting of the Board of
    Governors Ol Hie Greater .Miami
    Jewish Federation will take place,
    at the Jewish Home for the Aged
    Day Care Room on Tuesday even-
    ing. 8 p.m.. it was announced by
    Sidney Lefcourt, Federation pres-. I
    ident.
    "A Locked Train to Freedom."
    the story of a ride to Israel with
    I croup of new immigrants, will I
    ibe included in the report of Ar-
    : thur S. Rosiehan. Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation executive di- I
    ! rector, who has just returned lrom
    I trip to Kuropo and to Israel,
    where he witnessed the lifesavlng
    ' work of United Jewish Appeal.
    In addition to the report, the ac-
    tions of the Executive Committee
    will be presented to the Board of
    Governors both as a report and
    j for ratification of special projects
    voted by the committee.
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    *-Jmlstncr/dHan
    Friday. November 6. 1964
    I' fr-c*.
    Book Month To be Marked At Three Rallies
    Murray Shaw (left), president of Temple Ner Tamid, and Rab-
    bi Eugene Labovitz (right), spiritual leader of the Temple, con-
    gratulate Col. and Mrs. William I. Harris. Harris has been
    r.amed to receive the Israel Redemption Award at the Tem-
    ple's Israel Chcnuka Festival Dinner and Dance, to take place
    Sunday evening, Nov. 29, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Chanuka Dinner At Ner Tamid
    Temple Ner Tamid will initiate
    ;i "first" in the history of the
    Temple <>n Sunday evening, Nov.
    29 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Thai evening, the first night of
    ( hanuka, the Temple will sponsor
    its first Israel Chanuka Festival
    Dinner and Dance.
    Announcement of the event was
    i ade t',\ Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
    B] iiitual leader of Temple Ner
    Tamid, and .Murray Shaw, Tem-
    I:. president, who will also serve
    . chairman of the occasion. Rab-
    1 Labovitz will be honorary
    ( airman.
    To be honored at the event
    %vill be Col. William J. Harris,
    founder nd first president of
    Temple Ner Tamid.
    In announcing the Israel Cha-
    nuka Festival Dinner. Rabbi Lab-
    ovitz noted that "the atmosphere
    of the occasion will reflect the
    gay spirit of the Chanuka festival
    and the joy of thanksgiving of be-
    ing able to observe the holiday
    in unison with Israel's 16th year
    ol Statehood."
    One of the highlights will be
    the kindling of a giant menorah.
    Also, menorah candles will be lit
    at each table so that every per- j
    son at the dinner can participate !
    in the traditional Chanuka cere-
    mony.
    Three public rallies will be held
    to celebrate national Jewish Book
    Month help under the atWfkices ol
    the Bureau of Jewish Education
    On Thursday, Ngv. 5, the Bureau
    was to iin the Miami Public Lib-
    rary in its celebration of Florida
    Author Nighl \ panel of three
    was to review the novel i>> Har
    rj Simonhoff, "The Chosen One.
    The panel was to include Rab-
    bi Morris W. Graff, assistant
    rabbi of Temple Israel, Mrs. I.
    M. Weinstein, book reviewer, and
    Louis Schwartiman, executive
    director of the Bureau of Jew-
    ish Education.
    Simonhoff was to be present to
    answer questions of both the
    panel and the audience.
    Meeting was slated at 1 Bis-
    cayne Blvd.. at 8:30 p.m.
    ' On Monday, the second Jewish
    Book Festival will be held at
    Temple Adath Yeshurun. 1025 NE
    Miami Gardens Dr., No. Miami
    Beach. The same panel will again
    review Simonholf's book. Rabbi
    Jonah Caplan will chair the meet-
    ing co-sponsored by the Sisterhood
    aiul Men's Club of Temple Adath
    Yeshurun.
    On Monday. Nov. 30. a third
    Jewish Book rally will be held
    at the Oceanfront Auditorium.
    Rally will pay tribute to the works
    of Mendele Mocher Sefarim. Two
    presentations will be made by-
    Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of the
    Israelite Center, and Max Gleib-
    erman. instructor at the Work
    men's Circle School.
    Melvyn Frumkes. chairman of
    the local Jewish Book Month
    Committee of the Bureau of Edu-
    cation, will preside.
    Meeting is co-sponsored by the
    Miami Beach Recreation Cen-
    ter. Chaim Rose, Center direc-
    tor, will read selections from
    Yiddish literature.
    brated nationally from Oct. 29
    through Nov. 30. Exhibits of Jew-
    ish books will appear in all Jew-
    ish libraries and a special bo..k
    review service _ot rctqpt, if?>\}>\
    book- is now being offered to the
    community by the Bureau.
    Jewish Book Month is being cele-
    Convention Will Hear Speakers
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK Rabbi Mordecai
    Kirshblum, president of the Reli-
    gious Zionists Of America, has an-
    nounced that the 1964 convention
    ii the organization will be held
    ;,t the Promenade Hotel, Lout;
    Beach, NY., from Nov. 11 to 15.
    Among renowned speakers sche-
    duled to address the convention
    session are Israel Minister of In
    terior Moshe Haim Shapiro; Rab-
    bi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik. one
    of the foremost Talmudic scholars
    in the I'nitcd States; and Rabbi
    Israel Miller, president of the
    Rabbinical Council of America.
    Rabbi Kirshblum indicated
    that the "convention will stress
    the importance of such subjects
    as the status and progress of
    Religious Zionism in the United
    States, the development of more
    powerful ties between the reli-
    gious communities of Israel and
    the United States and the role
    of the scholar in spreading the
    influence of Orthodox Jewry in
    the United States."
    Rabbi Dr Harry I. Wohlberg.
    chairman of the convention, said
    that "over 800 delegates, alter-
    nates and prominent guests in the
    rabbinical, cultural and educa-
    tional world are expected to par-
    ticipate in the numerous sessions
    37 the convention. A large dele-
    gation from Israel is coming to
    engage in the various discussions
    dealing with contemporary prob-
    lems of Zionism."
    Rabbi Kirshblum added that the
    convention's task will be cen
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    and means of solidifying, strength-
    ening and unifying 'he Religious
    Zionist movement in the Cited
    States."
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    A
    y
    ions
    &
    ervices
    , ,T0. B.M. '^c Ever
    r SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. !
    t |,rael_i EMES 2533 SW 19th Av. ;
    Er.tive__ ____
    v"f'\' und Mm Jack Mil-
    " "' :" m. Bar Mltavah:
    ElTrf Mi und Mr. Man Bch-
    ci 100 RW 17th Ave. Ortho-
    I?^>-"^^.......
    : ., Mlncha l:3fl and 5
    .. i
    : CANDLWGHTING TIME
    1 Kislev 5:16 p.m.

    i
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot-
    enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    Friday S:15 p.m. Be-rmon: "I'nlty."
    unoft Hhabhnt h"-i'il by l>r. and Mm.
    Alfred Nadler In honor ol their wrd-
    ding anniversary, Saturday R:S0 n m
    rtermon: "Portion of the Week." Min-
    cha 5 p.m.
    .cRAEL Ml Wth St. Ortho-
    | RlBb, Berel Wein. ,
    H' ,1a) a i" and
    JACOB" 301^311 Washington
    'orthodOK. Cantor Maur.ce
    Inches.
    . KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    jJJ0 Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Lrc Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
    , >. mull "Hhuuld
    ill I'olltllH?" ..... I
    J iitilip i. Cook In
    Shaidro KaIurdu>
    IV< Are Ihe 1" -
    , ., Portion "i
    \ frui I.....ndnni
    IhOs"hE CONGREGATION.
    I. .. DM, Hvy. Conservative.
    * ,covitz. Cantor
    nan Fern.
    , |> ,1,1.1 (III hard Mai
    . i,i, r ..i Ihe
    iMIllUI I -''I.....
    hi ii Hi" hum -
    . Mi.,I.Lit I
    j ,'.iv I .1 III
    L RAPHAEL.* 139 NW 3rd Ave.
    lncdo Ralph Kneger. tecie-
    |H TFIL4H 035 Euclid Ave Or
    biln. Rabb Joseph E. Rackovsky
    \n TORAH .'4th St and NE 11th ;
    X; C0">r v live. Raobi Max Lip- |
    |h.tj. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    > li
    .-. I,lull "\\ ll.it In
    N, Mill ''.'!-
    ,, ngreiinliun, with
    . .1. will be liuii-
    i. Kin en, daugnti I
    |,.....,\1\in Stern Hatur-
    ll Mluvah: Rlohard,
    I ,in. Jame llakimlii
    \, ] ..ml Mi -. Mark
    ' k
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    41 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    ilfvative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    antor Jack Lerner.
    . 1h a Ke-
    Haturdaj
    - "Portion ol iiu
    I i ; in
    kcLER GH4NAOA 50 NW 51st
    FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
    E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Leviton.
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross
    Prldaj IS i'ui S;turti.i\ '. .i in and
    -,:13 |i in
    HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
    Johnson st. Consi rvative. Rabbi
    David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
    Heilbraun.
    --
    HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th
    St.. H-imestr.ui Conservative Can-
    tor Pincus Aloof.
    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ---
    i 0HEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
    man.
    -------
    SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
    wald.
    I- ridn ': i S and R:15 p.m. Bermon:
    "After Klectlon Which Way f'.i
    Kmerlea." Saturday 9 a.m. Rar Mill-
    vahi Bruce, eon ol Mr. and Un.
    Brow man.
    ------a------
    5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    r-"ins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nab-
    mias.
    l'ii.i.i> Mlnchu p.m Saturday S:30
    i in Kerm..... \ s, n.-i ..I li.-pi.n.-i-
    hUlty."
    TEMPLE ADATH YERHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
    Gardens Ril Rabbi Jonah t. Capian.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    FYlda.i '.- and *:IS p.m. Sermon:
    "The Hatred ol i he Jew and Man -
    StruKKd '" be Free." Suturda> 1<:4"'
    a.m. .- i m..... "1 he Portion ln
    Week.' B.I1 Mlixvuh: Alan Klsman
    .uui ;. i:ii.i .- i Mini hu 3 p.m.
    Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Friday <:\'. p.m. Bern.....: "Is Hebrew
    K--.hti.-ii I., our Survival.?" Junior
    High Ktudenm will lead a dlBOURslon
    ii: "Whj Bar and Ban litsvahT"
    "Why Oonflrmatlon?" "Why Bepnnr-
    dlc Hebrewr1 Saturday 1:4S a.m. Bnr
    Mitivah: Mark Alan, aon of Pr. and
    Mr.-. Alexander Ubow
    -----
    TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. M7
    NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
    Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
    ander Cohen.
    ------a------
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei. Caator Abraham Reiseman.
    Frldas '" P-m, Sermon: "Voice of
    ihe PeoplePont-Election ThouRhte."
    lineR Snabbal dlecunBlon ill follow
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    i 'onoTesai ion.
    SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2";th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T Swirsky. Cantor Loms Cohen.
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    -, in, \\ i,.. i hiii Bai kj i met -
    lini ;...n-...! b> Nurnian
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    Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Frlilii) ; in p.m Famll> service. Ser-
    \\ I,.. | ., Hern VII i hildn ..
    Iim .\..\. r birtl lill hi
    ,1, ,i sill :S0 a.n Han MIU-
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    j.; h.i Uur hlei ol
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    WOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
    Rabin Samuel Jaffa.
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
    Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Strassfeld.
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
    120th St Reconetructionlet. Rabbi
    --is Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb.
    S in.-ii "Mom -Whnl
    M.iki t'- Ji -!' 'ni Shabbal
    |l,.> Inn -
    - ,,,i ,} in ... m Torah Ktml> :
    ' i:,.. f i;. i KlddtlKh uui hli -- -
    .., \..\. nib, bli ihdas -
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    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 172=1 Monroe St Conservative.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
    Ernest Sterner.
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    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cmtor Hirsh Adler.
    Frldnv S ond 1:80 p.m. Bermon: "Some
    r,.-t-i:i., ti,.n Tii.niuhis." Baturdaj;
    a.m. Bermon: "Weekly Portion."
    Bar Mitavah: Robert non of Mr and
    \t- David Kay: Randy, bon <-t Mr.
    ind Mm. Herbert Marke.
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
    Friday vi*1 p.m. Sermon: "What I
    i..-;irii about People when i Teach the
    Rlbll
    TEMPLE JUOEA 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per.
    ii-i,\ \;i". p.m Sermon: "Reflection
    if iiu- Klectl..... Pralne He the Chur-
    rheii "i vim leu Saturday 11 a.m.
    I'.mi Mttzvah Irw In IVl ";
    \|. :,,,,! M .. ilflbl M Will nk>
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St .
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    I-Vulaj ii."i p.n Sei mini: "All the
    World's :i Plaj n rabbi's commi nl
    ,. |-;,, i; Sal irdas -m
    nnr Mltsval I ai I, -"' of Mi
    Mr- Uasai u- toln Lenny, son ol
    Mi und Mi- Vrnold Bllvereinlth.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatom Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabo' Euqene Labovita
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    .-. riuon Relit: oils
    I ..i the R..... i I iillllcul Cum-
    i ii
    ---
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
    8755 SW lot n St. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
    I Frldu\ T,,_'" p.m St-rmon: "ForesluhL
    IliiuleiKh ,li Saturdn> S: IS
    , m I'.ai Ml ... ii S ''. on ol Mr
    ,u,i Mi- Martin Ackmaii.
    TEMPLE SIN A: OP NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th Ave. "?orrn. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gje_
    Pridnv :IS p.m. "Frlendahlp Ninh.
    to whiih prospective memDen are
    wel,....... --.........: 'The Need to bo
    Needed "
    TEMPLE TIFZRETH JACOB. 951
    E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
    Frldit} 8:15 p.m. Saturday : a.m. Bai
    Silver man will conduct nervlcee. rhe
    Weekly Portion of the Law i ""
    read.
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    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Frldaj mi", p.m. Bermon: "A l loee-
    lCnit Family." Suturday *:45 u m. Ber-
    mon: "The Birth of > Patriot,
    TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mieml
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick.
    Frioa} ."'i i1"1 Bermon: The Art
    of Living." Oneg Shabbat honied by
    BlHterhnod. Katurdu! t a.m Bermon:
    "The Portion ui the Week
    YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
    Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
    Prldaj 5:30 p.m. Bnturdny 9 a.in. Ser-
    mon: "Beginnlns : Mnnh.....I." Bar
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    B good Christian, or a yood Mos-
    lem or even a good atheist. The
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    is me object oi Us respective
    teachings, that is, man
    n this man is a good man as
    a result ol or largely because
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    himsell his fellowman and the
    world in "huh he lives, one who
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    life environment, one who
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    didn't yet through to him. Thus.
    despite his punctilious attention
    given to religious ritual, he i>
    not a good Jew. Christian. Mos-
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    ful when it is translated into the
    qualitative life actions of the in-
    dividual.
    Thus the question. "Who is a
    Good Jew'" may be answered
    quite simply: The good Jew is,
    the good Jew who is the good,
    human being. And vice versa:
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    is the bad human being. Ritual
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    Friday. November 6, 19
    1964
    Between You end Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
    Bulgarians Say They Put Up Fight for Jews Against Nazis
    QFFICIALS IN
    s> it!

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    -

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    ll
    ne\-

    ir II
    The- ere
    ..a in HOB when tht
    t, an .' the*.- num-
    .'. hen the
    : to
    To-
    ut 6,000
    Bulgs remain-
    og all 1 Ct for i
    a canr- under the
    Communi-t regime. The Com-
    e no
    .
    Israel. No diJ
    even 1
    for an) J< :., rishes to
    ' but the remain-
    Jeer* ate eHhet oM to
    they are fo
    the Comm n I
    Of the other hand. |
    residing n ..
    want to visit then
    lives in I
    rajlted into the
    i.-.
    Israel Thee
    buy 'heir two gj :i
    rjel at the El Al Aii
    i
    'aria and |
    Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
    After the Disappointment, Still We Wish Him Well
    V' A'^TOB!C& = A'- E, '---.. Chaplin. Illu*-
    f*fd wih 113 photograph. 12 pp. Ne YorW:
    I in and Schwafar $6.95.
    BEPHAPS ANTICIPATION
    al
    the i
    a I <
    -
    I* I hich
    ' elessiy cut oul
    in a I! ,. ;
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    tecdoti of private

    He to give th
    t casua
    It is | -
    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    State Department Getting its Lumps Again
    Wa-hin '
    QISSATISFACTION WITH
    ''.' neni
    'hi oppi i I Jewish I
    i I nd cultun
    mountin ele
    ithin tl Dei
    fedi that the time ha i om
    a nev look at the treati ll
    l< ol the I_
    i-nt in < i
    Si n. tor ol both partiet have pi ivatelj
    publ i State Department ri
    i poaiti n again I ion bj the U S. Go>
    en | tion uni hanged lor man)
    the situation of
    ' lion
    Thi enal l< i i for the flibicofl Vmei
    mei I tin- 11 ,j| t, |
    : ii the Soviet Unioi
    an .i W
    I bright til the Si n tc I la tion i
    tea backed b) the State Department, killed U
    pndmenl behind the closed dooi oi a Sen I
    " onfi i encc.
    These developments were followed by the oust
    of Nikil Khro po i and hi- re
    em ot I ne i leadi i hip One of the I
    ' 'i oi the new leader Alexei Kosygin
    Leonid Brezhne*. the rea uran.......e
    It fa so far to
    ;
    fer : hev vie do-
    '
    ma le ki
    ..i nl feel unjustly
    those Uki '. .
    Democrat,
    . inadequ itelj n tussiai
    Thi Def rl i intaii
    th I h inf >rmatioi
    I '
    Vmerican JewisJ
    ted I luatioi
    ns tl J uli
    bul not heed the
    n.
    ii (he Dep
    i
    '
    del lili
    ol Jew in :'.. .., .
    pread
    ism, i bo he n
    '"" in Dei irtm
    17. 1964, letter ed on a
    '" without reexami-
    I b> II,,. Ii. paftrai nl Krerali
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Israeli Athletes Did Psorly at the Olympics
    "PHf JERUSALEM POST
    di appointment at the jhov in of
    i.nil athletes in the 11
    laid it would i em that, consider
    thi fact thai thi I oi
    ai ; population doe not i l irther
    ack than 10 to 15 j t la have ;
    pated al all is honor i in Mnx\
    irdau, in the d ol The idor Hi
    ed to talk of "muscular I
    :i" wanted a more, athletic Jew
    birth of ihc Jewish State
    I Hunk he wontii have been satisfied Large! Menu
    i bo quite sports-minded. Not long ago, I read of an
    Israeli ambassador being hailed, i believe it was In
    Thailand as the representative of a gaeal basketball play-
    ifl nation. Evan Mr. Ben-Ourion can perform athletic
    I OCh U Itandjhg On Ins head. They used to tell
    ie itorj few years hack of the acrohat in [arael who
    pplled for a Job at the circus. "Can you .stand on your
    head?" he was asked, "i want the Job of acrobat, oof
    "i Ime \iimstrr he replied.
    arising with the
    " hat you i ll an
    opli Or perhaps I
    of spiritual Who
    i He who can conquer his evil
    he the strong man
    V' in :i. d of U e Bible, the Jew
    eticism Th.y played ball i don't ki
    developed any such great pitchers a- the
    ehl Sand) Koufax but Isaiah uses the expression
    in a bail into a large country.- .,, u m
    sumed they played tome form of ball There are also
    references to Coot races in the Bible, and much aboul
    Jonathan and others excelling in archery.
    Jacob wie-tlnl one night unto the morning and
    Jacob also single-handed lifted the rock over the well
    a job normally requiring several men to perlorm. David
    rent a lion in two. and there was the powerful Samson.
    We 'font knou too much about their sports The
    archaeologists have unearthed the Scrolls but no sport-
    ing pages so far.
    in Talmudic tune-, the great sane Resh Laklsh per-
    formed in the gladiatorial shows of Home.

    Back in 1
    as t
    only by bst ibstantiati

    But
    Charlii born in 188a in
    povertj
    In
    en i he ha I lert
    brother >.
    her. a sweet
    in a music-hall until she lost voic<
    : The famil) st
    it -.... ation : Is
    wh' .. r was sent to -n ir-
    on thi or in dingy workhouses
    Out begini i n's artist!*)
    beginning
    .1 it. is the ::
    : ..." : I -
    " earl)
    da> s Sol later life has the t moti
    cool u not his defensi
    if the paternit> suit, nor his angi r
    app ., nor the political speei
    winch he in ts at nor nen his
    love Cor bis wife, O na and tfa eight child]
    has borne him of whom he says verj Little.
    It is those t
    the rest of his lifi he has written it. in tl
    " .......
    log the dark. Saul i
    I. we wish him well 5t
    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    A Cardinal Challenged
    Qua nation owes a huge debt to
    ^^ thai section of the Catholic press
    i tin forthrightly the tragic
    . I V) iliiam ll DuBay, oi Los
    les. I r DuBay, whose church con-
    . largely Negro, boldly charg-
    ior, Francis Cardinal Ma-
    inly re, Archbishop ol Los Angcle*. with
    "failure to exercise moral leadesshio
    amont; the Catholics oi the diocese on
    racial thcnn.mation." He was subsequently relieved of
    his administrative, hut not his priestly duties,
    An outstanding Catholic paper reports that when
    Fr. DuBay was summoned to Cardinal Mclntyre's of!
    the Cardinal denied that a racial or moral issue was
    Ived Regarding the Cardinal, Fr. DuBay was quot-
    ed thus: "He said there are other reasons for discrimina-
    tion besides v:\ce. Alter all, white parents have to | :
    teel their, daughters. '
    And when Fr. DuBay was asked What BJOOd he UlO
    would come oi his protest, the 29-year-old priest si
    "It will clear my conscience. If the Cardinal want!
    impose h vie on us, let him do this openly. Now it
    i- done in secret by secret policies secretly enforced "
    Cardinal Mcli.tyre has in the past indicated a lack
    of cianij, regarding some of the great issues of the i
    Mire than a year ago, be was quoted at saying there is
    no such thing as separation of church and state to a
    man who believes in God. He saw this basic American
    principle as "a shibboleth advanced only by (
    munists or materialists." in his judgment, the Supn
    Court has fled from basic principles and his found refuge
    in "atheistic concepts."
    His aloofness regarding the race issue is not too
    far removed from that of Ari-hbishop Krol. of Philadel-
    phia. That city not long ago saw grave injustice done
    in the heavily Catholic Folcroft community where the
    Baker family (Negro) was harassed by neighbors to such
    a degree that persons concerned with human rights re-
    corded it as a national scandal. Aroused Catholic lay-
    men, acting through the Catholic Interracial Council.
    were in that case openly critical of Archbishop Krol.


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    1964
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    ..Hi day
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    in the circuit court of the
    ' eleventh judicial circuit
    in and for dade county,
    florida. in chancery
    No. 64C 11720
    I Kl'T i i\V VRU VVARNE,

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    I.IAIN ROSEMAN
    I:i:n 1 WIIN I.EVIN
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    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    NO. 6J6220
    ULIZABETH R. MAlAjNE,
    Plait
    l;i ->,:i.l. I Hl'IIER I' mil 'A I.1NL.
    Ill ItEItT "i- \v Hi .
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    NOT.CE BV PUBLICATION
    SSELL l HI IIERT and
    I M i.INI". I4CI1EIST, his wifi I3l,i
    II L-rtown, Pi nnsyl-
    lotifled 1
    .i l>, i n
    logel hi Altll H !- Pen
    County, Florida.
    CASTLE INDUSTRIES,
    [NfORPi IRATEX)
    p|i rlnSt ornorat Ion
    Bj >TTi K AT/.. Prealdent
    T \l I A.Ni .1 IV WALLER & 1.11' M \ N
    Al tornet fu 1'nstle Industt i -.
    In, -I pointed, h F.....la i iionitlon
    . ..in |(ii d. >' !' h, 1'i.i
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    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 1"282
    PATRICI \ MKRtiAN CAMPBELL,
    Plait '
    \ s
    1
    logel In *llll II '- i en- vs.
    . ..- as DALE EMMETT I" VMPBELL,
    S -.. ii iln \ -i ol the I I i,ii,l.mi.
    ,,! the following, Ian k NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    . point l N- of -|-(1 d.VLE BMMETT CAMPBEL
    I I' W i the. i: i orni r ol Hooxer Can obi 11
    I loox > r 'an pbi 11
    RD X
    Oxford, Pennsylx I
    Yol' ARE HEREBY notified that
    a Complaint for i 'Won has bei n
    rendered t" you and
    "(URL APPEAL."
    y,. i ;,,-,. required to serxt
    ,. ,. Vnsxver 01 Plead ng to
    r, amended Bill of Compla ut
    l-lalntlffs attorneys ^t",
    CAPODII.l'PO .X- Hi MAN, l"j
    In Road, Miami Reach,
    i,m,i file the original
    i |,IU in the office ol tin
    Cin nit c.uii oi
    ..I, ,bi of Sovembi r
    ,i! to do -'. ludgn ent li
    '
    he Hi II f .1......nded l>y you iii
    K, ded Bill "f ''>"
    DONE AND ORI>EREO at M
    i;, |), i >ade i 'ount < F oi:i1
    her 1964.
    B B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk ol Cln ill Court
    Dade County, Florida
    (.,.,., Bj C P COPKI.AND
    > rierk
    i
    ,1. fault ill '>
    ', \ ': !i W RNE,
    Del ..l.iiit.
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    Vi.r. l.,.NN"\ Kl'l'll WAIIM:, "'
    :::,,^.;r,i!aV'a^u.|M.:NRVN.,:,-S
    for Divorce has bean | Attorney for APjinicnnt
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    VOTICE IS HEREBY -:ix LN thai
    ,,,.!, rslgmd, desiring t" engage
    I "^'nVTs^TS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    .' Miami, intend to register! eleventh Judicial circuit
    Clerk of the Of- OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR.DADE
    ,-.,., of l>ade C-iintv. Florida. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    , & K OFNERM. MERCHANDISE No. 64C 11163
    prsTRIBFTORS. IXC THE WILLIAMSBLIUIH SAVLN'QS
    ! DANK.
    Plaintiff,
    .< and II
    il i-: i iail.....nty, i ;.'i Ida, in
    N, T6.V i p lint. lie il W. 160
    i,, a point; thence > ",",;.' to a
    i.....u. ih. m i:. and parallel !
    ih. section line, I61.M" In Hie
    , nl "i i" ginning. ex pt I he .
    j,..,' of the K **'' thi*reof.
    I, you f,,ii tn file sour answer i^li Plaintiff's attorney, LESTER ROU- ,,, ,., Coral Gables, norlda, Inter. -
    ,i... Cierk of '!' above styled ''""", ki:s. whose address Is 921 N.W. lnh t,, register the said name
    .. hefoie Noxember ::' 1964 B
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Vi.Ti,-.- i< HEREBY GIVEN '
    a Complaint for Dlvor filed against \\t. and >..n ..r. here- ,, .^ under the flctltioui
    bj required to M-ive n eopy of your ,,,- nXFoRD TITLE COMANTi
    answer t.. the Complaint on the m)niber i"l Almerla Avenue
    irney. LESTER Iti h ; -
    ,nl. ri .1 agaInat
    , 1,1,.-. II l|...-r .,......-.- .-. ..-. ...... i.... ,,, ,._..-..,
    I Street, Miami, llorlda, and flit the Clerk of th(
    i >.* I., ,i...... .....
    circuit Courl of D
    .-...-<-. ......
    i. and you are n > 1
    i. a i opy of ) our answer
    '.Miitiff's attorney, Al,- '
    Vis > pawn, one Lincoln Road
    '" 10 23, SO, n '::| |AMES B. MOYER, et nx.
    i.t'i n, hints.
    'R^'.BWSV;! original on the Answer in tb.....flci County. Florida. ,.,,.,,, ,,,..
    1 li:l;K- '.'IV",',x',"!.'vn~,"n- "" "" Ocrk of the Eleventh Judicial Dated MtamL Florida, ttalf
    IM "i^'jO. 11 8, 13|<-rcul and for li. V.m IV'r, n :" V-, .M.'AN V, IN
    Ida, ..ii or i the 16th day j -xl .VN,.. \n-LFORD, lleslde
    N'ovemher, 1964, In defnull of which v ,.,,r,i:nT -Altl.lSI.E
    ih,. Complaint vxill he taken ub con- \Jtornev for Applicant
    ;. -. ,i i.> m.ii i Ri -., First Avenue
    DATED this 13th day ..f October, \|j;,ij :;-_, Florida ,. ,.
    i: B LEATHERMAN, l'1 l, '
    Clerk of the Circuit Coort
    1964.
    By K M l.YMAN
    p. I6-23-.50, ll 6

    CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
    VIX > PAWN, line Llnodn Road I CIRCUIT COURT. J" ,iu,J "-
    Reach. Florida, and CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. f-L.
    nal In the office of the | No. 64C 11*33
    nl Court .ti or be-I ERNEST F\R1"N,
    . day of November, IM4, Plaintiff.
    - i mplaint will be taken as >-
    I CEEE8TE A FARION
    Ti '
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    .lani.s t:. Moyer and Madelln
    \l Mover, his wife. Residence
    . .'a.I day l ti. i..l..r,
    VTHERMAN
    Plrcult Court
    \':i:ui:\. D.C.
    NOTICE'" BY PUBLICATION
    Yi.i 7>:i.<>-it. a FARION
    Selkirk vvenui
    Winnipeg, Man ranada
    in jo, n s, u, m .1 ..i ii rv< '"';.;
    _________------------- ,.....,i Dlvol.....mt.laiiit til.'i
    ' nty JUDGE'S COURT J'iy"\"uu
    '\D r0R DADE COUNTY, ll.'I.A>. !. N -'
    and file
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 64533-B
    IPTON
    II nl
    "^r CE OF PROBATE
    -E ST4-- OF FLORIDA:
    IRSiiNS INTERESTED
    LTB tF SAID
    n. lifli .1 ili.it a
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C -
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 8366
    Till: WII.l.lAMSl'.t K'lll
    S VVTNGS RAXK,
    Plaintiff.
    JOHN H.8*DABNET. and DABN
    ... H
    I
    K .. .-. D
    'lN 'he COUN-ev JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR nDE COU"1 V.
    ' notified that a ,m amp f"R nDE rnu'
    ' '", FLORIDA IN PROBAT
    "id testament < said FLORl" 1?- r
    :. I to pro- : No- 6-"-jB
    1 i are hereby IN I!
    'inn -i\ i alendar MORRIS I.II
    the date of Hi,- firs! I ..- .1 ___
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIA EN that
    M M..... hi. wife. Re.Id.~e ^hSSSSS^Slir .he llSltloVffiK
    fnkni.xMi. and if i.n.ar;i-d, tli.-i, In Buatness unoa-r ^ ^ ^ mu
    unknown spouses, if living-, a" x,,.,', Florida, intends to
    ,,,:,,i the unknown helra, de- m -\' .,, ,, cierU,*.........
    vi...,.,. legatees, grantees. '-'",-.., .-'j, DadeCoun- his wife, if married, et al.
    ,,.,.. creditors, trua- '.'.,. ,.',"" Defendants. ___.,,
    other claimants claim- !> ,.,','J \ mhini: ACCEPTANCE NOTICE OF SUIT
    log bv. thiough. under or agalnal loi.n .ma '(,ii1:|,
    hid of the nfiove named defend- a p|ur|da corporation
    -; II TAR xN. Presldi nt
    TALIANOFF, WALLER A LITMAN
    for i "oln Mm hlna
    i uainsi i ... .... \eeeptance Com., a Florida
    I, .,,i, Judicial ir-
    mil for Dade I out .,,,,, Roail, Miami Beach, Ma.
    l.i 16, -':' ''". ll-o
    nit-. ho......leci ased.
    Von are hereby notified that the
    d action has been in-
    ,i-i you in the i Ircul

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    thi Plat
    plat Book
    I" R d. Ol
    ' i .l.i
    Ymi ".' -,- ,|.,-.- nisi.'
    to platil 'nl t.E'JHG VSh,
    Plan
    thereof upon plain- i
    ..: t> I INK ". BETSY CASE.
    M in I, nrlda i f, ndanl.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    1-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
    FOR DADF. COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    N). 64C 11347
    within -i\ i alendar iRRIS I.I
    ,.f the first | I.....i-. .I ......
    this notice to appi NOTICE to CRFP'TOOs
    ml show cause, if any t VII Cred tors i "?)'
    ihi ictlon ol said Courl Against bald
    Id will t.. probati ,
    1 Y..... hi '''
    R DOWUNQ
    rhlch in ha yi *'"*'
    .... ... of IRRIS I.H'roN de.
    *.h, rointx "..... '
    nd me ih. m :';-; .",'I;;11;7
    as .....vlded In > '' ';:";'
    Itatutes, in Ih. :
    i rth a ii D. d. n intj
    Ida, within -ix lendar montl
    the tin.....f the first I'ublloatlon Hera-
    "hKainra. sr%*
    As Kx. .'tor
    Flrsl puh
    Judge
    ; p \ STKRFIELD
    . "r*
    Bxecutor
    \ I nil.'

    ih
    i".i.
    ..... this .i.-.. ..ii
    ol i her, ti.'.I.
    til .., l | ,; n, -Jii
    "v ,?MF.o!;,,..,,Tr:' the'rwh-dayof-ijetober, 1964.
    id ...... "Jth the JOSH REPHI'N
    ;!- ult Court ,,r Dade
    HE .-. i'IKV.
    Sole Owner
    in >..,. i. ,;. i::. _,!
    Attorney for Exi
    IS70 Washington W<
    Mi iml Beach, l'la.
    JS-Jo, II I
    ...........itx i i
    U '' >>" pi. i
    *Ain.i.j Uld| | iUua[
    10 10-23-30, !!/
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY the under Ign I desl ln to
    n business
    U-H BAR al way,

    with the
    of Dad.
    w i ,;.i:\
    STEPHEN KE> -I.' It
    , .- ,1.1..,
    I ,,i linn-. ,, ,
    . ., Noxember -
    . ... fro .-..iii.-so will
    .....> i-.i .,
    l yeI'l Oct.
    ' E. B. 1. "AN,
    , the Circuit
    ,.. K \| l.YMAN
    ti. .viiv Clerk
    x. m:ti\ FIXE
    B il ng
    Plot d. Mli( ..
    NrXT'CE UNOFR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ,- |S HEREBY (1JY IN that
    . i rslgned, .: slrins
    \ k. Jine-s ni the fl. I ''- name
    OWN ......'- HOMES at I' ."
    SW t-T.h -" et, Intend to retrlater
    I,,,, name With the .-l;-k ol ;
    ... .-,. P. ''.'V Mo 1.1...
    ,,rxn, ROOST roOPFRTlES, IM
    ' n, ,. Martin Wiu.lm.
    |..,..ii, ...
    irvvi'TU xi MVERS 1-'.' .
    MVERS HEIM xN ,x K M'l. >x
    ... _. w | M iml, I'ln.
    ,... i ...i I Roost
    Propertlea, Inc. J 3p, u-t
    NOTICE UNOFR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the un I "'ri"* '
    the flctmnui ifl "f
    IERRY s RES rvl'R vN al i N
    -,.,i w. nue Mlninl, Florida I
    ..,, r ild name a (th the Clerk
    i i ''"' '
    i'., .la M KVVELL
    s. ih Owi
    | r K. r. Attotl
    NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
    I Bets] C. col irei nstein
    .'..::. TI -t Stn '
    Brooklyn, Ni ^
    VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Hint
    i Complaint for Dlvn ha. beet
    a against j on and you an
    uulred l it copy ol your An
    *wei ...i th. P ntlfrs xttoi hi : -
    H ri lLAR .v MI"' "HNIi 'K, .' !0 Mat
    Mlnml Hi ich, r lorlda, and file
    the original x iswi i- In the Offli.....
    the clerk nl lhi Cln ull Courl on oi
    h, I,,i.. th. Ilh .. I Sovi mbi 18 i
    K ,,,,, |:,ii to do so, the allegations ,.i
    said Complaint m be taken a. con-
    i, used by > ou
    i lATED ihi- 14th .1 .\ of tetober,
    1964,
    I- H LE CTTIERMAX, Clark
    |:> : .'. P. COPEL.AND
    Ti i John H Dabney and -
    ney, his wife, if married,
    Residence Cnknown,
    and if remarried, their ut tno.
    Bpouses. If living, and n dead
    unknoxx-n h. devleeea, legate.
    Brantees, asslgne. Ilenors, cr.
    ,. claimant, i I.
    I,., through, under or against un>
    i defi ndant. wl......
    |deYoufc are h. reby notified II
    above captloned action I
    .., against you n the :
    !,.,,,., 0f the Eli venth Jud cltjl 11
    In and for Dade j
    i.....n the i
    ng desct Ibed real pr I I .......
    R|. ... NORWOOD Fir I
    VDDITION SECTION PWO.
    i Ins Pin' ll1"" '
    I, .i -i I'l .1 Book Bj Pag.
    the Publh R" i-'1- ol I1
    Florida,
    .....I to file a resi
    nil", complali
    Ih, Cli k of the aforesaid Cou I
    .....pj ih. i.. i upon i.....
    \l ^RTIN FINE. Dad.
    , ,,i Building, Miami. Mo: id., I
    ; ter than November 16, 1964,
    , t,,., ,. ,. pi,, Confi BSD ill !"
    as ihi-i you.
    li VI'F.D. October 12, 1964
    K. B. LEATHERMAN
    . 'l.rk of the Clr. ult Coin t
    (seal) Bj K M LYMAX
    D> puty Clerk
    MARTIN PINE
    Dade Fi -Di-.il Building
    ....." "i',,;,;, /i-i'.'-k.......... I Sftami*. Florida IS1S1
    in 16-SS-SO, 11/6
    Coral Gables, Florida
    10, 11.6
    SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
    MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
    Corporation Seals and Supplies
    CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
    613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034


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    A IV,
    oman s
    World
    " eXewisli Florldian
    Miami, Florida, Friday, November 6, 1964
    Section B
    jMedical Center Workshop Slated
    Two national officers of the Chapter, Mrs. Jerry Leader, pre* The Medical Center has been a.
    pv -orach shows Mrs. William A. Bermont, Section Scholar-
    -hairman (center), presenting annual check to Dr. ]. Riis
    KL associate dean of the faculties, while Mrs. William I.
    g.i" "ei president of the Greater Miami Sccticn. looks on.
    Council Adds Four New
    Scholarships to Program
    The Medical Center has been ac-
    tive in this area during the past
    20 years,
    national officers of the Chapter, Mrs. Jerry Leader, pres-
    American Medical Center at Den- ident; Coral Chapter. Mrs. Jules
    ver will be in Miami to help con- Weston, president; Flamingo
    duct a workshop for the 500 mom- Chapter, Mrs. Murray Corwm.
    ben m this area at the Deauville president; tropical Chapter, head
    Ied li\ a prac.-iclium. Mrs. Bertram i uenver is .i uauuuai, uw.
    " i Irs George Edelson iThorpe. Mr-. Jack Groman, Mrs. sectarian hospital and one of the
    ,.,. .,...,, direclor. Greater Vliaim Chapter, Mrs Lila ,,,,.,., with advanced and re-
    i lunch- Myers, president current cancer
    D, .,!!, on Mondaj
    eneral all-day ses .
    Mrra> ..wan- acting Zion Ladies to See Fashions
    Miami I oun< il,
    The American Medical Center
    t Denver is a national, tree, non-
    cine of
    pts
    ro-
    1
    Sectii u. Nation-
    ish Women, has
    . io the number
    hip presented b> Sec
    Ilj students alien.I
    lt> "1 Miami
    oi the program
    ...,.| 100 Hade County high
    , ites have benefited
    cholurships
    was male at a re
    o| the scholarship
    ihe home of Mrs.
    Ii i man. Attending
    rship chairmen of all
    . in J. Riis Owre, asso-(
    ol the faculties of the
    tj ol Miami; Miss Edna
    Student Aid Division;
    JW scholarship students.
    Dr Owre an I Miss Pe i
    both 5DOke ol the need and use
    ol hi iarship funds, particular!)
    for the ab >ve-average stu lent,
    The university selection of
    scholarship students is based on
    grades, need and a minimum ol
    one and a half year's ro-idonc\
    in Dad.- County, Some $25,000 has
    been used by Council lor these
    scholarships, which are on a loan
    basis, with a repayment plan
    starting one year alter gradua-
    tion
    The students, selected on a non-
    sectarian basis, have since taken
    their place in society as doctors.
    lawyers, dentists and engineers.
    Many of the students are now
    teaching in Dade County schools.
    expects a i >eord turn-
    out for the workshop which will
    ken into specific
    [or secrel treasurers, ways
    and means committees, member-
    si ip chairman, and other officers
    There are five chapters in the
    Greater Miami area: Biscayne
    son's Dress Shop on Coral Wa>
    Paid-up members ol the Sisti
    I ood wi re uests al a partj Wed-
    nesday evening .it Temple Zion
    Mr, George Klein In charge potash, membership
    of reservations tor the at.air.
    which will feature styles by Par vice president, was in charge.
    Temple Zion Sisterhood is plan-
    . iun< heon mi\ fashion -
    lor Tuesday neon. Nov. 17. at the
    Seville Hotel.

    d "p3
    ey\o^ v
    (01 \
    -
    ual Thanksgiving Dance of the Miami YMHA Branch, set
    Ineeday evening, Nov. 25. lfc being planned by a conv
    nder the chairmanship of Marshall Major second from
    Shown at a planning meeting ar3 (left to right) Mr.
    Mrs. Nathan Cynamon and Mr. and Mrs. Major, umer
    of the committee include Mrs. Samuel Gordon. Mrs^
    -: Stein, and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell WmThe event
    egin at 9 p.m.. in the "Y" auditorium. 4S0 SW 16th Ave.
    n
    j
    by ISABEL GRCVE
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    or;.
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    out
    py
    rmal green Batin (rock top-
    wih matching cape stole
    dark, attractive Florence
    she and her husband Dr.
    J. Gersten celebrated two
    milestones last Saturday
    For the Miami Beach couple,
    i quarter century of mar-
    ine! for youngest son Rob-
    il was Bar Mitzvah time .
    ala reception marking the
    celebrations held at the
    Jville Hotel Rounding
    the family circle for the hap-
    eekend were son Richard
    18 who came from Ft. Benmng.
    Go where he is stationed With
    the U.S. Army, and oldest son,
    21-year-old Barry, who flew in
    from Puerto Rico, where he is in
    his junior year at the Inter
    American University A'"
    Florences three sisters, with
    spouses. Toby and Dr. Harry
    Pace Eleanor (Honey) and Wil-
    liam Norton. Dorothy and
    Charles Coleman. and Dr Oer-
    ten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
    Continuad on P9 *B
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    Friday, November 6, 19,64
    MB berg and Murray Kirschnr
    fo|.<
    auction direc.
    lowed by a Chinese
    ted by Mrs jack KnUaT
    Sherman Fast j.s president
    Hanna Senesch Group m, I \,on
    day at the AJaim Hotel iv,.,,!:
    is Mrs. SamFeklman
    Shaloma Group ,11 mei t Mo-
    day noon at the DiLido Hotel R!
    freshments will be served, and
    film. "Hadassah G4. u
    shown. Entertainment is i
    Yetta Sbulman I', eei
    Irvin Shapirn
    be
    Mr,.
    Mrs.
    Rabbi end Mrs. David Lehrfield. of Kneseth Israel Congre-
    gation, are tendered a surprise Bon Voyage reception by the
    officers of the congregation at the airport on the occasion of
    .heir departure for Israel. Left to right are Cantor and Mrs.
    Abraham Seif. Samuel Lerner, second vice president, Mrs.
    Lemer. Mrs. David Eisenstein. Mr. Eisenstein. chairman of the
    board, Mrs. Milton Kahn, Mr. Kahn, treasurer. Mrs. Louis Dub-
    Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
    Plans November Meetings for 16 Groups
    Miami Beach Chapter of Harlas-
    -..h is planning Novembei meet
    :- for all It groups.
    Southgata Group n I! ..., (in
    Monday. 7:30 p m.. in the Terraea
    lin, Rabbi and Mrs. David Lehrfield, Louis Dublin, president. Room A Ha lassan mov e ..m oe
    Joseph Nadler, third vice president, Mrs. Nadler, Mrs. Philip shown, and Hadassah Medical ten.
    Weiss, and Mr. Weiss, firtt vice president. The three boys icr will be highlighted. Mr- .\hte
    are Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrfield's three sons who are also mak- Freeman and Mrs Hy Mintz wffi
    ing the trip. The little girl is Cantor and Mrs. Self's daughter |* Pekcr8 Mrs Joseph
    who also was at the airport to say goodbye. bers 1S *
    Tribute'' in
    mony, Mrs.
    president.
    a candlelight cere-
    Milton Weinbcri; is
    Brartdeis Group will meet for
    cheori at 11 30 a.m. on Monday.
    i ihe Fontainebleau Hotel. Jew-
    ish Book Month will be highlighted.
    ..itli Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. chapter
    educational chairman, as guest
    speaker. Mrs Samuel turns is
    president.
    Bay Harbor Group will meet at
    the Singapore Hotel on Monday.
    11:30 am., tor luncheon Celebra
    tin. Jewish Cook Month. Kabbi Eu-
    gene Labovitz of Temple Nor
    Tamid. will review a book. Mrs
    George Meisel i- president.
    Deborah Grcup will meet Mon-
    day. Nov. 23 !2:30. at the home
    f Mrs. Harvey Salomon. 5120 Al
    ion Rd. Old and new members are
    invited to a membership tea Mes-
    riames Herbert Guttman. Clarence
    III II. i.i STO
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    3550 N.W. 58th Street
    Ph. NE 5-1391
    Friedman and Ruth Pike are in
    charge
    Esther Grcup meets at the Be!
    Aire Hotel on Monday al noon.
    Luncheon will be served Also sla-
    ted are A Salute to Life Mem-
    bers" and a book review by Herzl
    'Honor Mrs Hattie Satir will pre-
    side
    I. R. Goodman Group will meet
    Wednesday. 8 p.m.. in Washington
    Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
    ation, downtown branch Mrs. Max
    Affachiner is president
    Heril Group meets Monday at
    the -Roney 1'laza Hotel at noon
    Luncheon will be served Movie
    film will highlight Uadaasah Med-
    ical Center and "Lite Membership
    Jack Woody
    At Ladies' Meet
    Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam,
    program chairman, Islander .-
    Chi pter of Women's American
    OUT. will present Jack Woody,
    recreation superintendent of the
    City of Miami Beach and recip-
    ient of the Helen Keller "Crusade.
    the Blind'" medal, at a regular
    Kincheon meeting Tuesday at the
    Roney I'laza Hotel.
    Wood) will show a documentary
    iilm. 'Heart of the City." and'
    rive his views on recreation for
    young and old.
    Mrs. Leo Gross is president of
    the chapter and Mrs. Jack Vivian
    i- in charge of nervations.
    Israeli Group will meet at the
    Algiers Hotel on Mo:.clay noon.
    Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest
    speaker, and a musical program
    presented by Mrs. Ida Roller Marx.
    accompanied by Mrs Olga Bibor
    rn at the piano Mrs Sam Ap-
    pel i- president
    King Cole Kadimah Group will
    meet Monda> noon in the King
    Cole Entertainment Room. Des-
    sert luncheon will be served High
    lighting membership will be guest
    speaker. Mrs Nat Barth. Miami
    Beach Chapter president. Enter-
    tainment will folkm Mrs. Samuel
    Solkoil presides
    Emma Lazarus Group will meet
    Monday noon at Washington Fed-
    eral Saving:, am Ian Association.
    1133 Normandy Dr. Mrv Stanley
    Milledge. ol WCKT Ch. 7. director
    of Women's Community Affairs
    will be guest speaker. Readings
    from works of Emma Lazarus will
    be offered by Muriel Joseph. Mrs.
    Jack Wolfstwm will preside
    Morton Towers Group v ill meet
    Monday noon in the Morton Towers
    Restaurant Program will high-
    I Hadass H lical Organiza-
    tion .\ ith Hattie Wagner, >o;
    and Aidi N a no Mrs
    nuel Monti i- president.
    Renanah Group will ho'd thr-
    fir>t evening meeting Monday, 8
    p.m in the home "i Mr. and Mrs
    I Jaj Dermer, 2989 Flamingo PI.
    Highlighting Hadassah Medical
    Center, a vignette will be present-
    ed by Mesdaines Seymour Evisei
    Henrietta Szold Grouo t-iulei
    its meeting Monday, 12:30, at the
    Algiers. Refrei iimei us wi
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    Stephen Wise Group h" Deaaville ilotel on \\
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    Jewistifhridftmr
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    a recent Temple Judea Sabbath wor-
    oh;D service, the officers of Temple Judea Sis-
    terhood were installed. Installinq officer was
    Rabbi Monis A. Kipper. Standing (left to right)
    are Mr?. Sidney Jacobs, financial treasurer;
    Mrs Paul Wechsler. recording secretary; Mrs.
    lulius Bearman. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
    Albert Jacobson. historian; Mrs. Frank Toback,
    ntarian; Mrs. Hy Lipson. correspond
    ing secretary. Seated are Mrs. Leo Kopolow.
    fir5t vice president; Mrs. Paul Edlow. executive
    vice president; Mrs. Marvin Levin, president;
    Mil. Bernard Yesner, third vice president; and
    Mrs. Manuel Serkin, second vice president.
    Not shown are Mrs. Sidney Deutsch. fourth
    vice president; Mrs. Alex Grossman, treas-
    urer; and Mrs. Joseph Klein, chaplain.
    Emmers Help
    Build Synagogue
    In Israel
    Mr and Mrs. Isaac Emmer, ion
    s\v 30th im returned recently
    from [Gfael, where their stay in-
    cluded Rosta Ilashona.
    Mrs. Emmer's family has lived
    in Even Yehuda, a community of
    about 500 people, for the past 20
    years. During the summer, walls
    and roof of a synagogue were con-
    structed there, and for the holiday
    every home donated chairs and
    tables to make the building suit
    able for services.
    In addition, two Torahs were
    brought in from Tel Aviv and a
    Yemenite cantor engaged.
    So impressed were the Emmers
    with the improvements shown in
    the community since their previous
    visit live years before, that they
    donated an altar to the synagogue.
    ! Mrs. Emmer's brother. Max Klig-
    j man, who lives in Even Yehuda
    ! with his wife, donated stained
    glass windows, and Mrs. Sarah
    Kligman donated the doors in
    memory of her husband. Zalman.
    another brother.
    Mrs. Emmer. who serves as 1s-
    KR. AND MRS. ISAAC tMMiR
    rael Bond chairman oi the Ann
    Frank Chapter, li'nai B'rith. ha<
    a son, Dr. Herbert Brautman.
    who lives with his wife and two
    daughters in Miami, and a daugh-
    ter and son-in-law. Mr and Mr-.
    Michael (Millie) Covin. who bavi
    two sons and are also Miamians.
    lamora Confirmation Class
    Temple Zamora Confirmation
    i lass, under the supervision of
    Rabbi Hershel Brooks, held its
    first session Sunday morning
    Students attending included Zadi:<
    Shapiro. Mark Tait. Howard Mai
    hoff. Robert Leavitt, Robert Kuss-
    ner, Steven Shuman. Beth Coin-
    Naomi Smukler.
    Beth Moshe Seis
    Rabbi Machfei
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    Betfa Tcrah Congregation models left to right
    ere Mrs. Josepr. Sr.yder Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs.
    Lecr.ord Peer:. Mrs. Louis Sccratow, Mrs.
    Morty Deckelbcum. Mrs. Stanley Stein, pres-
    ident of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Mrs. Ger-
    ald Spolter. Mrs. Sam Leb, Mrs. Samuel Rock-
    lin, end Mrs. Bernard Gordon. They are pre-
    paring for a fashion show brunch, featuring
    the collection of Young Sophisticates, at Beth
    Torah Social Hall on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
    Rabbi Narot Due in Review
    Rabbi Joseph R Narot. spiritual
    leader of Temple Israel, will re-
    Mew The Chosen One.' by local
    '.or and Jewish historian Harry
    nhoff. at a brunch at the home
    'i Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. 5925
    N Ba> shore Dr.. on Wednesday,
    '> a.m.. it uas announced by
    Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
    of the program
    The reception, hosted by Mrs
    Sim >nbof, president of the Great-
    er Miami Women's Division,
    American Friends of the Hebrew
    L Diversity will honor Mrs.
    chairman of
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    mittee
    Beth Israel Siyum Dinner
    A dinner in honor of the com-
    pletion siyum) of the tractate
    Rosa Ha-hona of the Babylonian
    T. ..-nud, and of the Seder of Moed
    of the Mishnah. will take place
    on Wednesday evening. Nov. 25.
    6 p.m., at Waldman's Hotel. In
    charge of information and reser-
    vations are Max Gutmann and
    Dan Kuttler. co-chairmen of the
    siyum dinner.
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    an of the Book; Mrs. Irving E.
    Miller, scholarship; Mrs Trudy
    Hamer-chlaa bequests; Mrs Har-
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    have received national recognition
    for their le?dership in support of
    the State ot I>rael and ol the
    university.
    burban I ond an
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    Mrs. Larry Albert and Mrs. Bev-
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    Fashi -r coordinator is Mrs.
    William Cooper, and commentator
    will be Mrs. Morris D. Levitt.
    Models are Mesdames Sheldon
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    Rosenberg, Stanley Roth. Alan
    Sobel, Marvin Traga-h. Kenneth
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    Today, November 6, 1964
    Jbiflcft nnrtrfrtn
    Paq* 7-B
    I Socialite ... b\j Continued from Page IB
    Gcrrten, ail from Brook-
    judge and Mrs. Sam Silvers
    pertained for newlybetrothed
    ',,,,, Roberta iane Stepkin
    dobcrl Martin Sussman last
    Starting with cock-
    . in the Silver.-' home and
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    for dinner, the intimate
    family group included the par-
    , (he future bride and
    room, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
    Stepkin and Mr. and Mrs.
    Albert Su*>man .
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and
    the Saul Silbermans will lead a
    tropicai safari to the Bay Roe
    Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
    Joining a group of distinguished
    doctors from Cedars of Lebanon
    Hospital who are conducting a
    post-graduate seminar on "Cur-
    rant Concepts of Medicine" .
    Creeling Ihe party at the airport
    will be Dr. Herbert F.ldcmiic.
    Minister of Health of Jamaica,
    Luncheon table in orange and
    black for the surprise farewell
    party uiven last weekend for
    Ruth Geigher on the eve ol her
    return, with husband Charles, to
    rove
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    live again in their old home-
    town Hostesses for the af-
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    end were Esther Levitt and |
    Ruth's sister-in-law, Marian (Mrs.
    Phil Fixel Guests at the
    Mimosa affair, promising "'nev-
    er to forget" were I.il Silverman.
    Jimmy Katz. Edith Freedman,
    Sally Ehrlich, Caryl Goodman,
    Hilda Gertler, Flo Horowitz.
    Rose Hoffman visiting here from
    W. Hartford, Elizabeth Fixel.
    Ruth's mother. Alma Beiler, Fay
    Rubin. Mitzie Weiss, Adah Wal-
    ley. and Hose Levinson.
    Having received a citation
    from Dade County Public Schools
    lor her service on the Custom
    Tailoring Women's Apparel Ad-
    visory Craft Committee, Mar-
    garet Newman Stearn almost
    immediately found herself chair-
    ing the group
    Capsule impression of Israel by
    Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. local
    women's leader who participat-
    ed in a Women's Mission there
    along with 30 other top women
    leaders irom cities throughout
    the country, graphically express-
    ed in a card to friends: "It's a
    tight schedule ... I came. I saw.
    I marvel. 1 rejoice ... I wee;)
    . Guess that sums it up."

    Home Resident To Celebrate 100th Birthday
    Saturday. Nov. 7. marks an his-; attended bv her two children. Mrs.
    leric occasion at Douglas Gardens, j Jessie Marcus and Jerome Oppen-
    jewish Home for the Aged, when; heimer ,,, of Miami. Mrs. Op-'
    , Carrie <*"*?*^*Jgr penheimer has two grandchildren
    .,,. ,(.|eb,ate, her 100th birth- ^ nle.lt.grandt.nil(|r(,n
    day at the Home.
    the Mil be honored with a par- Mrs. Oppenheimer has been a
    .,,...! rake with too candles, resident of the Jewish Home for
    the Aged for the past six months
    and is the first resident to cele-
    brate a looth birthday at the
    Home.
    Born in Cologne, Germany, on
    Nov. 7. 1864, she came to the
    Lnited States at the age of 21
    In New York, she married Hen-
    ry Oppenheimer, a printer. She
    came to Dade County in 1947.
    shortly after her husband's death.
    Mrs. Oppenheimer is a warm.'
    OUt-gOing person, a ureat lover of'
    opera and all symphonic music.
    and listening to music has con-
    tinued to be her favorite pastime
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    Mrs. Carrie Oppenheimer is congratulated by her dauqhter,
    Mrs. Jessie Marcus, on the occasion of hei 100th birthday
    Saturday. ________^_______________
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    Runstein, a chief executive
    , Morrison and Schiff. one of the
    di New England manufactur-
    kobher smoked meat pro-
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    ingements for entry into
    1 ida area market
    The : ducts will be distributed
    > Herman Pearl, president of
    Due Provisions Co., Inc..
    announced thai Bill Ladi-
    ciated with Pearl for the
    ' yews, is serving as vice
    ! and general manulac
    The kosher meat products will
    " available at better food stores
    civ aiid throughout Dade Coun-
    > 1 he firm has a reputation foi
    its strict kishruth and the respect
    i leading rabbis throughout the
    lation.
    Number One Provisions has
    Opened headquarters on Miami
    Beach at l Alton Rd S.T.
    Roosevelt Temple Party
    Roosevelt Temple X!. Pythian
    Sisters, held its annual cancer
    card and Man Jongg party on
    Wednesday evening at Pythian.
    Hall. Proceeds go 1" the 'len-
    r.etta Kostoff Memorial Fund at
    the Papanicolaous Cancer Research
    Institute.
    AuAfft
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    Batya Chapter
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    Chapter at Hun-achi women's Or-
    ganisation of America will be
    heid next Weclnesdyx 1 p.m.. at
    the Washington Federal Auditor
    ium. 693 NE 167th St.
    Featured on the afternoon pro
    gram will be Abraham J. Gittel-,
    son. educational director of Beth
    Torah Congregation, who wnl
    peak on "Isreal. Land of Con'.
    traat."
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    Ita MiamJ there he Barked far
    j'*TYj .:i.- r. for loaf, bees
    be -' ter -
    birtkdaj -*hich make- rt double
    oration and they *ere mar-
    -. first Pal ttd volunteer phyiicii
    "'-' Han had td
    I their ;. One mfbl before the
    '- "' arhe bar .;. -,'. a md
    ' '- 'd*a bad red hair like
    .t* ranted aaase hiai Patrick.
    *'-' '- .dea but -------- In
    the aorses -,: that Oar) red head in c
    Then Patricf tor -ame along Now that
    the d Bgar I i kbb4 lor
    and .- ballet tad more
    IttCfl ar<- many and
    ar.ed
    All bet be bai been Dterested in children and
    vown q c feefj tnat the rtreai bai
    be*B ton retarded and not enough
    That be is
    ' '' I "' Set but)
    : home for emot:or.:ily-dis-
    - Dec. 13 Pet i pn
    American iawish Committee hi captured ner
    Young Patrotu of toe Opera. Pat
    'or musk ar.d an The) have just completod a course.
    looking at Modern P and have rtarted their
    '"*n art The ', are one tomily that
    tokM ad-..:' their pool hut mostly in the dimmer
    timeafter all m Flondian can vena net? They also
    bowl and water ki. although the Goldstein; play br
    nd ten time for it. Pat doesn't ha-.-
    black eye be has switched from golf to tennis, and
    are in a tennii league. The only time
    ben the) go to Green Briar in
    Vfrfhlto :n the morning and
    n the afternoon.
    '-* '" '' 'he children to the Wor
    by tbemselvei on ticket.
    "' prize. This v. a- their lecond trip am
    *' ''':' de< ed that they liked Switzerland i
    At home the torn oncoJh l
    ' Dancing ii another, an-:
    lo dancing But
    ''' "' 'it meeting] and I i
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    High -nd erved as
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    After a laaaayaaooii m
    ha.T.a- the rowf t
    .:'i-.e- Are Murr.. Spru e
    Roberta Stepkin Plans Summer Rites
    To Mr. Robert Martin Sussman
    A summe' redding 1- planned
    Roberta Diane Stepkin. mem-
    ber of a pioneer Miami family,
    and Robert Martin fb'Ttnwi
    Daughter of Mr and Mr*. Sid-
    Stepkin MO] -w art 51 *bo
    Players Stage
    'Born Yesterday1
    Temple Enaano-EI Plapari
    pre eat the bit comedy. Born
    >*''' --.-day through
    Monday \ .4 :<5 at
    tne ne Hotel
    - if> p.m
    Bora Vesterda] the play
    b catapulted Judy ii Ihday
    and Pa D ngia en-
    run r. Broadway
    lently made Into
    picture
    In the Temple Player; produc-
    ected by fnxie Levin.
    -ns and Charles Rosen-
    blatt play the leading role-
    All-star cast of local perform-
    ' includes Al Leibert. of the
    V-INZ Leave it to Leibert" -how.
    Bernard Green. Arlene Harris
    Reuben Levin. Dr. Philip Stern.
    rroond Mufson, Allan Yudakof-
    iky. Michael Rokeach and Blanche
    : Rosenbla't. who i- also assistant
    director.
    0 J R tsenstrauch Li .
    nager, and Ben Ball. I isuii i
    are announcing the couples be-
    trothal, the future bride is the
    granddaughter of kng-ume resi-
    dent Mr- Mary Stepkin and the
    !ate Mr and Mrs Ben BBver
    A graduate of Miami S<~
    High, the bride-elect will receive
    t degree in education from the
    L*ni\ersitj .:' Miami in January.
    :.^5 aad .-- t-.o-a interning at Kin-
    loch Park
    She ser\e as preside-: of Phi
    SigBM Sigma Sorority and u a
    member of Sigma Alpha Iota, muv
    ic fraternity A lyric soprano.
    M -- Stepkin ha- sung for many
    local organiratior.;
    Now a -*nior in the I'niver-.-;.
    Of Miami School of Law. the bnde-
    as a BA degree from
    City Col> | ".. "i m] is
    a member of Phi Alpha Delta, k
    rnity : is rj -on of Mr-
    Helen Sussman. of New York,
    ar-i Albert Sussman, 10971 su
    iTth St
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    Mrs. LeVint is Guest
    Mr- Evelyn Le Vine, pa-'
    president of JWVA, a as guest
    honor at a membership tea of
    the Ladie- Auxiliary. Harry H
    Coh< de-Bay Harbor Post
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    INSTALLATION luncheon of the
    | M.,vn Towers North Worn-
    , Club was held Sunday after-
    noon in the Fontaine Room of
    ,hc Fontainebleau Hotel. Over
    2 guests saw Mrs. Bennett
    Wexler installed as new presi-
    dent She wore a white wool
    heath with hiuh scooped neck-
    line and short sleeves. Outjjo-
    !., president, Mrs. Harry P.
    Samuel- wai in black Italian
    ylk-wool slieath, and her match-
    ma jacket featured a portrait
    neckline.
    Co-chairmen of the event were
    Mrs. EUgena D. Kahn and Mrs.
    Marion Meyer. Mrs. Kahn chose
    8 two -piece silver brocade with
    a dqjihlc row of self-covered but-
    tons'dwn the front of her fit-
    ted jacket. A gold silk sheath
    with a bateau neckline and silk
    [rifiged hem-length front pan-
    nier was WOW by Mrs. Meyer.
    Mrs Julius Levinsky's white
    -ilk "had an interesting silk floral
    print Insert at the neckline. An
    ce ink damask two-piece en-
    sembh was the choice of Mrs.
    Hubej Foster. Mrs. Martha
    .litter wore a red and white silk
    ribbon knit slieath. with a scoop-
    ,d neckline and red banding at
    the neck and sleeves. Mrs.
    ;, Iz's choice was an
    .in satin sheath. A
    ired beige two-piece
    as worn by Mrs. 1
    le Mrs. Louis Kane's
    Cl ce was a Goya red
    ilk ensemble. Mrs.
    Sophie I!' hey was in a red silk
    print sheath which feature.I a
    lloral print.
    |u|ASTER ol ceremonies for the
    "" day was Mrs. Emanucl
    Mcntz. Her avocado colored
    silk was splashed with red roses.
    A black silk sheath with a match-
    ing black iridescent sequin
    sweater was worn by Mrs. Au-
    gusta Goldstein. Mrs. George
    Mildorff's pink silk had a match
    ing sweater A turquoise knit
    sheath with a matching colored
    lame' thread woven into the
    fabric was chosen by Mrs. George
    Shapiro. Her sleeveless dress
    had a high cowled neckline.
    Mrs. Anne Kaufman's two-
    piece charcoal Italian knit was
    trimmed with jet beading at the
    neckline and banded the over-
    blouse. A silk print of Calusa
    coral tlowers was selected by
    Mrs. Bess Cohen. Her white silk
    coat was lined to match her
    sheath. A transitional dark print
    was the choice ot Mrs. Shirley
    Queen.
    MRS. Louis Baida chose an
    electric blue siik sheath
    with an unusual treatment in
    the bodice which created a
    blouson back and fitted front
    A black silk with floral appliques
    on the bodice was worn by Mrs.
    ROM Wenger. Mrs. Rose Unban.
    president of Morton Towers
    South, was in a white imported
    silk sheath White silk was also
    the choice of Mrs. Ira Weiner.
    Her sheath was trimmed- with
    iridescent sequins. An aqua-
    marine crepe sheath with bell-
    shaped sleeves was worn by Mrs.
    Nan Jacobs. Self-colored ball \
    fringe trimmed her sleeves.
    A three-piece Italian knit was
    Mrs, Sereta Ellison's choice for;
    the luncheon. Her skirt and'
    jacket were in forest green, and |
    her sand-colored overblouse had !
    a wide band of red at the waist.
    Mrs. Itf.se Reiehel's black silk
    sheath featured a capelette col-
    lar Ol white Bavarian lace. A
    white satin brocade sheath was
    worn by Mrs. Molly Casper. Mrs.
    Estelle Karlinsky wore a two-
    piece lame' in the dark transi-
    ts nal tone, with a chanel-style
    |acket. Cold silk and satin in
    vertical -tripes were featured in
    Mis. Helen Benton's shirtwaist
    -t\ led uress.
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    supervision.
    Separate departments for men and women.
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    Free Parking.
    Mirror Show
    Due at Burdine's
    A newly-created mirror show;
    v. ill oiler local area residents en-
    tertainment and fun-filled educa-
    tion Nov. 16 to 24. when Burdine's.
    in cooperation with the Pittsburgh
    Plate Glass Company, unveils the
    spectacular "Mirror Magic" show
    at the downtown Miami store.
    A recheck of an average day
    will show most people use a mir-
    ror at least a dozen times, much
    more often it they drive a car. A
    walk past Burdine's downtown dis-
    play windows during the week of
    Nov. 16 display period will show
    the history of mirrors from the.
    bronze polish hand-type mirror!
    used by Cleopatra moie than 2.000
    years ago. through today's modern
    and varied designs.
    Sidewalk passers-by will see the
    i magic of mirrors as they watch
    themselves in large mirrors
    through the sidewalk display win-
    dows. Their own reflection will
    suddenly disappear, and they will
    find themselves looking at a man-
    nequin featuring today's fashions.
    Kashmir Room
    Atop Taj Apts,
    Mrs Madge Duefrene is man-
    ager of the new Kashmir Room
    atop the Taj Apartments. 33 SVV
    2nd Ave. Miami.
    The Kashmir Room Cocktail
    Lounge is open from 11 a.m. to 1
    a.m. Specially-priced cocktail is
    served ior lunch from 11 a.m. to
    3 p.m.. and at the cocktail hour
    from S to 7 p.m.
    Mrs. Duefrene bos managed din-
    iTxn-ncma for the Meyer chain of
    hotels from 1930 to 1938, Melody
    Lane Restaurant In Hollywood.
    Calif., during the war. started
    the first coffee shop at the Ocean
    Shore Motel in 1950, and has op-
    erated her own shop here for five
    \ ears.
    The Kashmir Room will clos-
    ed all day on Sundays.S.T.
    Karen Kay Wins
    Merit Award
    Another honor has come the
    way of Karen Kay, considered by
    many to be the busiest senior at
    Southwest High School.
    The daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
    Arthur Kay, 1421 SW 85th Ct., who
    is current president of Hillel B'nai
    B'rith Girls, Karen has received I
    a merit award from the Dairy
    Council of South Florida. The,
    council has a continuing program j
    to honor meritorious young people
    of school age in Dade County.
    Karen has served on Student
    Council two year-, the Sophomore
    and Junior Boards and the Prom
    Committee. She is a member ot
    Pep Club. Future Teachers of
    America. Spanish and National
    Honor Societies, and is an A-stu-
    dent.
    The Dairy Council is interested
    in achievers in many fields. Nomi-
    i nations can be made to Mrs. Ruth
    B. Kassewitz. P.O. Box 346. Coco-
    nut (Jrove Station, Miami.
    Parents Without Partners
    Parents Without Partners ot
    Miami Beach will hold a cocktail
    dance on Sunday, Nov. 15, 8:30
    p.m., in the Basque Room of the
    Barcelona Hotel. Music is by ll>
    Freid's Band.
    Women CPA's to Dine
    Miami Chapter of the American
    Society of Women Accountants
    will hold their dinner and meet-
    | in HMfay, 6:30 p.m.. at the
    j McAllister Hotel. Moreland King.
    I Certified Public Accountant, will
    moderate a discussion of Elec-
    tronic Accounting for Small Busi
    ness."
    No. Miami Beach
    Veterans Day
    Parade Scheduled
    Veteran's Day. Nov. 11, will be
    celebrated in North Miami Beach
    with a parade sponsored by the
    Abe Horrowitz Post 682. Jewish
    War Veterans, the Skelly McLeon
    American Legion Post 257 and the
    City ot North Miami Beach.
    The parade will start at 10 a m..
    on 163rd St. and 12th Ave.. and
    will proceed to the No. Miami
    Beach Auditorium on NE 19th
    Ave. and 171st St. Leading the
    parade will be Frank Fontaine
    of the Jackie Gleason show.
    All branches of the military ser-
    vices will be represented in the
    parade, as well as high school
    ; bands, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
    Dignitaries will include Rep.
    ! Claude Pepper, County Mayor
    i Charles (Chuck) Hall and North
    Miami Beach Mayor Arthur I. Sny-
    ! der.
    Television personalities partici-
    pating will he Jack O'Brien and
    'Chuck Zink. who will be master
    of ceremonies.
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    Friday, Novernier I
    Joseph Weintraub Will Chair Hebrew U.
    Miami Humanities Building Fete Nov. 25
    JOSEPH WEINTRAUB
    Beth Am Will
    Feature Choir
    Tern pie Both Am will observe its
    monthly family worship service
    on Friday evening with Dr. Her
    bert M. Baumgard officiating.
    Third grade of the Religion-
    School will be choir of the month
    and participate in the musical
    portion of the program.
    Participants include Karen Bell
    Nancy Bramson, Vicki earner.
    Lori Hodge-. Amy Jeruss, Lynn
    Katzcn. Rosanna Liebman, Stacej
    Litman, Debra London, Nancy
    - inhardt. Dawne Weiner, Sherri
    te n, Ames Zucker, Wayne
    Fried, .Joel Geffl n Matthew Gel-
    ler, Lurie, Kerry Nash,
    1 iseph Pomerantz.
    Russell 'I hes, Warren Trazan-
    David Udell, Mir Ij Bender.
    Jaclj ii Bi in, B innie Berg
    nie Lee Birchansky, Bonnie
    Biumenthal. Donna Brown. Julie
    Fink. Debbie Friedman, Debbie
    Giasser, Margaret Grossman.
    Mindy Hayet.
    Louise Ann Jacewitz, Susan
    Kessler, Tern Leidner, Nancy
    Luris, Robyn Mann. Cynthia Mar
    kovitch. Lorie D. Newman. Karen
    Rosen. Florence Wiener, Bruce
    Bernstein. Samuel Faber. Larry
    Gnat. Stephen Goodman. David
    Katims. Gregg Schwartz. Jimmy
    Segal. Matthew Snow. Howard
    Traeger. Todd Brooks Tragash.
    Bryan Weinstein, Morris Weiss.!
    Laura Bocles. Sandra Chaykin.
    Robin Faber. Karen Franco. Heidi
    Green. Susan Krebs. ^largerx
    Kates. Debbie Lewis. Patty Lewis,
    Nancy Lipman, Irene R. Richard.
    Rhonda Rose.
    .lanet Sallman. Leslie Sedler.
    Tamara Segal, Emily Segal. Susan
    iVeinstein, Lonnie Weinstock, Kar-
    en Woolistead. Stephen Bittel,
    Kenneth Dcbkin, Daniel Druck-
    inan. Scott Friedman. Benjie
    Greenberg, Mark Harrison. Scott
    Kaplan. David Rogel. Sandy Stein.
    Joseph Weintraub, chairman of
    the board of the Mercantile Na-
    tional Bank of Miami Beach, has
    accepted the chairmanship of the
    Nov. 25 Miami Humanities Build-
    ing Dinner at the Fontainehleau
    Hotel, which will be sponsored by
    the South Florida Division. Amer
    a an Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
    versity, it was announced Wed
    nesday by Jack L. Popick, presi-
    dent of the division.
    One of the greatest contribu-
    tions we can make to the devil
    opment of the State of Israel is
    through support of higher educa-
    tion, and we of the South Florida
    Division have been honored by
    this opportunity to erect a build-
    ing honoring Miami's leadership
    in the development of the Human-
    ities Complex on the Givat Ram
    campus of the Hebrew Univer-
    sity," Popick declared
    Weintraub, Popick and Mrs.
    Samuel Simonhoff, president of
    the Greater Miami Women's
    Division, head a committee of
    supporters who are sponsoring
    the Nov. 25 dinner. The S300.000
    facility will help to meet the ex-
    panding educational program of
    the Hebrew University, largest
    in Israel, with a student body of
    10,000 and a faculty of over 1,200.
    Sinai Jubilee
    Invitations Out
    Invitations for Mount Sinai Hos-
    - annual Jubilee Ball, to be
    held Satui aj evening, Dec. 12.
    :.' Ihe Fontainebleau, were mall-
    ei recently, and reservations are
    iig 111 :,t a ra| c< ord
    to Chairmen Mr. and Mrs
    it 7. Greene and Bill Mac-
    Donald.
    "This outstanding social event
    .[ the season has been a sell-out
    lor the past two vears." thev
    -aid.
    The Greenes plan a cocktail
    parly for members of the Ticket
    Committee at their home on
    Nov. 13.
    In addition to serving as board
    I chairman of the Mercantile Na-
    tional Bank. Weintraub is chair-
    man of the board of a number of
    leading corporations in the finance
    and insurance fields, including the
    Atico Financial Corporation, and
    American Title Insurance Com-
    pany. He has practiced law in
    Miami since 1927. and heads the
    law firm of Weintraub. Martin
    and Schwartz since 1943.
    A former trustee of Temple Is-
    rael, Weintraub is a trustee of
    Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and
    a director ul the United Fund of
    Dade County and of the Miami |
    (Iearl Institute. Immediate past)
    president of the Citizens Board of;
    the University of Miami, he re-i
    ceived the Award of Merit from
    the university's Board of Trustees,
    in 1962. He is a member and I
    former director and president of
    Westview Country Club.
    The Hebrew University has five |
    campuses in Israel, including the
    one in Givat Ram. where the
    Miami Humanities Building will
    be constructed. When completed,
    this will be the university's cen-,
    tral cammis Other schools of thej
    Hebrew University include Agri-
    culture in Rehovot. Law and Soc-
    ial Sciences in Tel Aviv. SOciolOg)
    and Economics in Haifa, and Mod
    it ine at Ein Karem.
    Taking part in the committee meeting at the Crystal Ho.;* at
    which the program for the construction of the Miami Hurrian-
    ities Building, honoring the support of the South Florida divis-
    ion, American Friends of the Hebrew University, wcj an-
    nounced are (left to right) Louis B. Rudnick, member c: the
    Society of the Founders of the university; Women's Division
    President Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; and noted concert violinist
    Joan Field.
    Beth Sholom Men Welcomed

    New members of Temple Betl
    Sholom Brotherhood will be wel
    corned at a dinner dance on Sat
    urday evening in the Temple, ac
    cording to an announcement by
    N
    Granoff, Mr. and Mrs, anus
    Knopke. Mr. and Mrs Ber-
    nard Spector, Dr. and Mr- San-
    ford Levine. Mr. and Mrs Philip
    Jack B. Shapiro, president, and. Postelnek, Mi and Mrs. Hu ey K.
    James S. Knopke. chairman. Kramer.
    Committee in charge of the 1 Proceeds realized will :enefil
    event are Mr. and Mrs. Harold1 the Temple's Yo.it- Group
    Qood JUustc
    is
    Temple Sinai Sisterhood
    On Wednesday evening at 8:15
    pm. Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
    present a musical program for
    paid-up members.
    Biscayne Kennel
    Attendance Up
    Past the half way post of its
    3Sth meeting and a handle in ex-
    cess of S15.000.000 for 45 nights,
    with attendance up better than 30
    percent over last season, the Bis-
    : yne Kennel Club now lists new
    special features to come, plus
    perennial classics
    Slated next is a series of inara-
    hon championship eliminations
    starting Nov. 9 as Monday night
    features with an added purse of
    .-3.000.
    Eliminations start Nov. 13 and
    M, leading to the S34.000 added
    22nd All-Florida Championship on I
    , Nov. 21. The first four fini>hers
    I m the title run will be eligible for j
    the third Irish-American Tri-Dis-'
    tance Championship, with the first
    heat Nov. 28.
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    fRcfnhards to be Honored at 17th Annual
    pinner of Hebrew Academy in January
    Virs. Samuel Reinhard
    U- I > Hebrew
    its i;u, annual schol
    ::, gala function
    ,:, :: a. the
    . ol the S.oo.,
    ..{.,,.', honorees ;> madi1
    Merwitzer. Academy
    u als c*es'9na,ed Leonard
    Res,r chairman of the Greater
    l Committee for State of
    Ura* Bonds and long-time Acad-
    tmy tade', as chairman for the
    snnu event.
    \i- and Mrs. Rcinhard have
    Ha, i the development
    " i ,sh education in Florida
    'Adult Education
    t Ner Tamid
    v i institute ol Adull
    i, ,; msored jointly bj
    : B'nai B'rith, and
    . ., hcduled to meel
    j beginning Nov
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    i
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    gh
    orr.
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    . 1
    -..
    n,
    bl
    -,- will be held in
    hapel, \mi*i morning
    . temple library.
    - chairman <>i the
    , p. (ommittee is Mur-
    assisted by Mrs Ben
    Mrs Paul Pre-- Mr
    - Alex Rest, Martin Taub,
    : Mi Carl Tyson. Kabbi
    Labovitz is advisor.
    ,ci-. schedule*, and instriu-
    i> "Elementary Hebrew,"
    \ Aviva Richman. and
    . sa'.ional Hebrew." by
    iehman. 8 to 9 p.m.; "Con-
    nai Hebrew," staff instruc-
    to 12 noon; Advanced Con
    Hebrew," Bruce Rich
    Bible and Current Events,"
    Labovitz, it to 10 p.m.; "Jew-
    ture and History." 9 to 10
    Introduction to the l'roph-
    te 5:15 p.m. Rabbi
    rger.
    (or manj yej^s. pi tyed active
    roles in Ihe establishment and
    growth ol the State ol Israel, and
    ypify the verj essence of Juda-
    ism," Met.' .i/i r said in announcing
    Ihe selection i i the i: -*ir> honorees
    Rosen, speaking at a kickoff
    committee meeting Sunday at the
    home ol Rabbi Alexander s Gross
    Academy principal, announced a
    goal o| 1,000 ticket sale- for the
    17th annual dinner.
    The Greater Miami Hebrew
    Academy, only school of its kind
    south oi Baltimore, has more than
    100 students enrolled from kinder-
    garten through the 10th grade
    Funds realized from the Jan.
    3 dinner will help provide
    scholarships for approximately
    half of the students, who receive
    complete education in both gen-
    eral ar.d Jewish studies, includ-
    ing a thorough grounding in mod-
    ern Hebrew.
    The Reinhards have four grand
    chil Iren enrolled al the Academy.
    and each t them will join in the
    salute to Iheir grandparents at
    Ihe dinner.
    Rcinhard co-chairman ot the
    Hebrew A' demj Board "t Ad-
    missions, ha been active in e> pi j
    previous annual dinner lli> wife
    is a leader of the Hebrew Acad-
    emj women
    Rosen -.nd an outstanding na-
    tional figure will be named to
    speak at the Dcauville dinner,
    vthich la-t year honored Jacob C.
    Cohen and featured an address b)
    Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman
    Wouk.
    Checking over heavy advance ticket sales for the 17th annual
    scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
    are (left to riqht) Finance Committee Chairman Harry Genet;
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Louis Merwitzer. pres-
    ident; and Samuel Reinhard, honoree for the Ian. 3 function
    at the Deauville Hotel together with Mrs. Reinhard.
    Career Counseling Program Launched
    chances tor self-fuifillmenl and
    success." explained Mr-. Ruth Ros
    i nl -rg, MA. v hi' "ill coordinate
    irogram for JVS
    "Jewish Vocational Service Is
    v.ell-alerted t" the massive, con-
    stantly changing employment
    needs ol business, the professions
    and government. By counseling
    Ugh schoolers in terms of these
    opportunities, plus their own abili-
    t e- and interests, we believe we
    can help these youngsters chart
    a rewarding career for them-
    selves," according to Dr. Michael
    Goodman, educational psycholo-
    gist and director of JVS activi-
    ties.
    |da+h Yeshurun
    Honor Duo
    - Fndaj evening services
    I i in Rabbi Johan E. Cap-
    femple Adath Yeshurun.
    Platt, religious vice pres-
    lit. nd Sam Rubenstein, honor-
    i:-:nbei. Board of Directors.
    honored for "dedicated
    J Ihe temple and special
    lii rendered the congrega-
    the recent High Holy
    I-
    la". and Rubenstein, who are
    fel ge of the daily morning
    [evening services at the tern-
    mated at the "Pesukay
    |r .i Shachris" and Mincha
    lit- on Rosh Hashona and
    ppur.
    neg Shabbat reception in
    nor will be given at the
    'ii o| the service.
    Carol Lake Towers
    In Ft. Lauderdale
    Invites Occupancy
    Luxurious Coral Lake Tower-.
    Ft. Lauderdale's newest seven-
    st iry rental waterfront apart-
    ment, i- ready for immediate Oc-
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    Located in one of Ft. Lauder-
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    elusive communities. I'oral Lake
    Towers i- within minutes of shop-
    pin^ centers, fine public beaches.
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    Each apartment has self-con-
    trolled heat and air-conditioning,
    there is a pool and recreation
    area, and parking is free.
    Situated in the midst of a serene
    landscape dotted with winding
    lanes, the exclusive apartment
    house rates are surprisingly low.
    Leases are available for one. two
    and three years with special rates
    for two and three-year leases and
    one month free with one-year
    lease to the first 10 lessees.
    Detailed brochure on Coral
    Lake Towers is available at 1831
    I NE 38th St.. Ft. Lauderdale.S.T.
    A career counseling pro-ram for
    Jewish high schooler- known as
    "Career Clinic" hi- been an-
    n< unced bj Mrs, Charles P. Fein-
    berg, president ol Jewish Voca-
    tional Service, an agencj ol the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    According to Mrs. Sidney Lewi.-.
    board member and chairman ol
    Career Clinic any nth or 12th,
    grader is eligible tor the program
    Career Clinic will include a,
    -erics of tests on student-' apti-
    tudes, interests, abilities, person
    alitie- and achievement- Each
    student and his parents will meet1
    individually with a counseling psy-1
    chologist to interpret results ot
    the tests in terms of different
    jobs available, future training
    that might be needed and col-
    lege education,
    "Based on what the student
    learns about himself or herself
    from tests and counseling. Stu-
    dents will discover the types of
    careers which offer them the bes(
    Wise Group Meeting
    Board meeting of the Stephen S-
    Wise Croup of Hadassah was held
    Monday in the Deauville Hotel's
    Charlemagne Room Mrs. M.
    Mintu- was in charge of arrange
    inputs.
    Galbut to Speak
    In Synagogue
    Young Citizens lor Judaism, a
    newly-formed college co-ed group
    will hear Councilman Hyman Gal
    but on Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. in a
    i mge on "The Life of a Jew
    ish Officer in the Navy."
    On Sunday. Nov. is. the gi
    will hear Rabbi Berel Wein, of
    Beth Israel Congregation, discuss
    Are We Mature in Religion?'
    The group meets each Sunday,
    10:30 a.m., at the Jacob C. Cohen
    Community Synagogue. 1532 Wash-
    ington Ave. Brunch is served.
    Miracle Lodge
    To Give Play
    A Masonic play entitled "The
    Hearts of the Fathers" will be giv-
    en by members of Miracle Lodge
    F & AM on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m..
    at 2875 MacFarlane Rd Coconut
    C, rove
    Under the direction oi Mai
    Jacobson, who is also in the cast,
    performers are:
    Buddy Halpert, Merl Jacobson
    Marts Nash, Leonard Wolf, Bill
    Koblens, Harold Barkowitz, Da
    Vtelin, Fred August, Ken I ei
    Merl Sidle. Irving Stone. Al Lev me
    and Miss Allison August
    Worshipful Master i- [rving
    VVeiner All Masons are invited.
    Beth Israel
    Auction Bazaar
    On Sunday. Nov. 15. at 1:30
    p.m., Beth Israel Congregation
    and Sisterhood will spon-or an
    auction bazaar at 3785 Chase Ave-
    nue.
    To be demolished and replaced
    by a new sanctuary for the syna-
    gogue, all items of furnishings,
    fixtures, canned goods, clothing
    and other utilities in the home will
    be sold.
    In charge Of further information
    is Mrs. Kyla Landesman, presi-
    dent of the Sisterhood.
    Rabbi Berel Wein is spiritual
    leader of the congregation, and
    Moses J Grundwerg is president.
    Mesivta Slates
    Book Review
    Mesivta ol Greater Miami will
    hold its first annual Book Fan-
    in honor of Jewish Book Month
    on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at the
    home of Mrs. Zvi Berger. 1529
    Royal Palm Ave
    Program will be highlighted by
    a review of Harry Simonhoff's
    i new book. 'The Chosen One." by-
    Mrs. Sanford Jacobson. Miami lee
    hirer. Simonhoff will attend the
    Book Fair and answer questions.
    Co-chairing are Mrs. Berger and
    Mrs. Berel Wein. Mrs. Irwin
    Makovsky is president of the
    group.
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    Friday. November 6.
    1964
    J^ar Mindy Harris School. She enjoys reading and
    '.': Herbert Baumgard and Can- .in collecting, and is active in
    tor Charles Kodner will officiate dancin gr ups.
    tl Bas Mitzi ah of Mindy Har-
    : la\ nun -rung. No\. 7.
    . i T ni le Beth Am.
    iter of Mr. and Mrs.
    Ernest Harris, 6430 Montgomery
    The celebrant has attended the
    Temple's Religious Sell I -nue
    grade.
    Andrew Gottlieb
    Andrew. son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Mark Gottlieb. 900 NE 173rd St.,
    will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-,
    urday morning, New 7. with Rab-|
    bi Max A. Lipschitz officiating
    and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    b.ium assisting.
    his religious
    tinue with
    studies.
    Mr. and Mrs. Wilensky
    sponsor the Kiddush
    honor on Saturday morning
    lowing the sen ice
    schoo
    wil
    in Irwin's
    lo .
    Mindy Harris
    Mark Libow
    Marsha Klogerman
    crt, sen of Mr. and Mrs. David
    Kay. on Saturday, Nov. 7. at Tem-
    ple Emanu-El.
    Karen is in the eighth grade at
    John F. Kennedy Junior High
    School Her hubbies are horse-
    Aian Schwartz
    Alan, son of Mr. and
    Schwartz, will become B; r Mitz'
    vah on Saturday, Nov
    David.
    Alan attends eighth grade at
    Shenandoah Junior High and play-,
    trombone. His hobbies are foot
    ball and building model cars,
    He has been a student in Bet!
    Robert attends eighth grade at
    Nautilus Junior High School. He
    has won an Honorary Music
    Rabbi Lipschitz will present the' Award and a National Rifle Asso-
    Bar Mitzvah with a Bible on be- Ciation Sharpshooter Award, as I'm., m the Deauville Hotel s Na- niony.
    half Of the Mollie Kahaner Sister-' well as blue ribbons for first place pulton Room.
    back-riding, swimming, dancing; David Religious School since firs
    and playing piano. grade.
    Reception and dinner will be Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro wt|
    held Saturday, starting at 7:30 officiate at the Bar Mitzvah cere-
    Michael Skolnick Irwin Wilensky
    hood.
    Andrew
    student
    is a prc-conlirmntum

    in horseback riding. Celebrant is the daughter of Dr.
    Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Austrach and Mrs. Alvin Stern. 2041 NE
    are grandparents of the Bar Mitz- 196th Ter.. No. Miami Beach,
    vah.
    Scott
    Scott Ackman
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
    The celebrant will be honored
    at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall fol-
    :. Ackman. will be Bar Mitzvahj ,owm th(1 gervice and a
    Nov, 7. at
    Randolph Marks
    Robert Kay
    Dr., is an eighth grade student
    Palmetto Junior High.
    Kiddush reception honoring the
    Bas Mitzvah will be held in the
    Youth Younge following the scr-
    Michael Skolnick
    on Saturday mornin
    Temple Or Olom.
    He is a ninth grade student at Hotel.
    West Miami Junior High School
    He is a sports enthusiast
    Attending his Bar Mitzvah will
    be great-grandmother, Mrs. Anne
    \ arm ark, from New
    grandparents from Miami.
    Rabbi Samuel April will conduct
    the service. Cantor Nioo Feld-
    man will chant the liturgy.
    ception Saturday evening in the
    Napoleon Room of the Deauville
    Robert Barshak
    Young Israel of Greater Miami
    will be the site of the Bar Mitz-
    *" "j vah Of Robert Barshak on Satur-
    day, Nov. 7. during morning ser-
    Rabbi Sher-
    llere for the Bas Mitzvah ooserv-
    ance will be Fred Weiss. Karen's
    grandfather, of Chicago, and Mrs.
    Gussie Stern, her grandmother, of
    New York.
    Gerald Schwartz
    Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Milton Milich, 28 Ntt 169th St ,
    will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
    morning at Temple Adath Yeshur-
    Richard Rakusin
    Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs
    James Rakusin. of i(ii:> NE not.-
    Ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah or
    Saturday morning, Nov. 7. at Betl ,
    Torah Congregation; with Rabb
    Max v Lipschitz officiating, and
    Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum
    ;.s- i sting
    Rabbi Lipschitz will present
    him with a Bible on behall of the
    Mollie K.dianer Sisterhood.
    The celebrant will continue his
    Jewish education in the fitt.
    un. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and grade of the Hebrew class .,t Betl
    Cantor Maurice N< u will Officiate.
    Gerald is a seventh grade at
    John F, Kennedy Junior High
    School.
    Kiddush reception will follow
    Torah Religious School
    vices conducted by
    win Stauber.
    An eighth grade student at John
    F. Kennedy Junior High, the cele-1the"service
    Mark Libow brant plays trombone in the school
    Mark Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs band. His hobbies are music and Irwin Wilensky
    Alexander Libow. of 901 W. 47th baseball. 0n S;itur(iav m0rning, Nov. 7
    St., will observe his Bar Mitzvah Robert is the son of Mr. and, Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will of
    on Saturday morning. Nov 7. at Mrs. Sidney Barshak. 840 NE I ficate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ir- lie is interested in golf bowling
    Temple Beth Sholom. wtfh Rab- !7>ith Ter., and is a carrier for the win Benjamin, son of Mr. and and tennis, and has won awards
    Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. bi Leon Kronish official^ Miami News. Mrs. Herbert Wilensky, during in swimming and archerv
    Lazarus Skolnick. 1461 Stillwater Mark is a student in tht "
    Randolph Marks
    Bar Mitzvah ol Randolph, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marks, wil
    be celebrated Saturday, Nov. 7
    at Temple Emanu-KI. Dr. Irving
    Lehrman will officiate.
    Randy is in the seventh grade
    at Nautilus Junior High School
    Dr.
    D. will celebrate his Bar Mitz- Sholom
    en Saturday morning. Nov. 5726
    7 :t Temple Menorah. with Rab-
    Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
    An eighth grade student at
    Nautilus Junior High, the cele-
    t also attends the Temple Re-
    ligious School.
    A dinner reception at the Ai-
    mers Hotel will honor the Bar
    Mitzvah. Here for the occasion
    will be his grandmother, Mrs. A.
    Rolnick, of New York.
    Marsha Klugerman
    Temple Beth Am will be the
    site of the Bas Mitzvah of Marsha
    Kit norman on Saturday morning,
    Nov. 7. with Dr. Herbert Baum-
    gard and Cantor Charles Kodner
    officiating.
    Marsha is an eighth grade stu-
    dent at Palmetto Junior High.
    She is the daughter of Mr. and
    Mr.-. Gerald Klugerman, of 10595
    SW 62nd Avc.
    Following the service, a Kid-
    du-h reception honoring the Bas
    Mitzvah will be held in the Tem-
    ple Youth Lounge.
    Beth
    Confirmation Class oi
    services at Temple Judea.
    Mrs. Freda Friedelson. Randy-
    Robert Kay
    Irving Lehrman
    will
    ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob- officiate.
    Karen Stern Irwin is in the eighth grade at grandmother, will attend the Ba:
    Bas Mitzvah of Karen Hope South Miami Junior High School. Mitzvah.
    Stern will be celebrated on Fri-llle holds certificates in water- The celebrant will be honored
    day. Nov. 6. at Beth Torah Con-1 skiing and swimming, has a coin at a reception Saturday evening at
    id-jglegation. Dr. Max Lipschitz will, collection, and is an amateur the Ring's Bay Yacht and Coun-
    weather man. He plans to con- try Club.
    Alan Eisman
    Alan Eisman. son of Mrs. An-
    ette Eisman and the late Her-
    man J. Eisman. will be Bar Mitz-
    .. Ii on Saturday. Nov. 7. at Tem-
    Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah
    E. Caplan and Cantor Maurice
    Neu will officiate.
    Alan is an eighth urader at the
    1 ihn F. Kennedy Junior High
    School and an honor student. He
    won honors in rifle marks-
    iship. and has a stamp collec-
    Kiddush reception will follow
    ice
    Soria Miller
    Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
    date at services "n Friday
    Nov. 6, in Beth David
    i ue when Sonia, daughter
    \lr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, will
    Mitzvah.
    Sonit eighth grade stu-
    t at Rockaway Junior High
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    Harvest of Hope
    Dance Saturday
    More than 300 dinner guests are
    xpectcd id the ai
    si of Hope Dinner Dance
    red by the Southeast Flor-
    da Chapter o( the National Mul-
    tiple SMerosis Societj on Saturday
    ;it Westbrooke Country Club.
    Radi in personality Lar-
    rj King will act ;i~ master ol
    -. reports Bernard R.
    Jaffee, dinner chairman.
    Faire R ibbins, executive direc-
    tor nf the local Multiple Sclerosis
    ; hapter, reports that fio percent of
    the proceeds from the charity
    dance "ill go toward local patient
    service, while 40 percent will be
    used for research on the dread
    disease of the brain and spina
    cord which causes complete or
    partial paralysis.
    "For distinguished public service interpreting the wide spec-
    trum of medical care rendered at Variety Children's Hospital,"
    Sidney Ansin (left), president of Sunbeam Television Corpor-
    ation, WCKT, Ch. 7, receives Variety's Appreciation Award
    from Hospital President Roscoe Brunstetter (right) Ceremonies
    took place at a testimonial banguet attended by the hospital
    staff, Variety Club members and some 200 local civic leaders
    at King's Bay Country Club.
    RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
    'Improvisations' For Opti-Mrs.
    "Dramatic Improvisations" will
    Ibo the topic highlighted at the
    IOpti-Mrs Club of .Miami Beach
    luncheon meeting on Tuesday,
    | ,*t the Barcelona Hotel.
    pi lain chairman, Mrs. Gene
    ITroop, .mII introduce guest speak-
    er i VV. Jensen, head of the
    Drama Department of Miami
    IBeach Senior High School, who
    Iwill be accompanied by three stu-
    Ident members of the National
    )' ian Honor Society. Jeffrey
    \\'k lill "tier his adaptation of
    I the "Record of Eichmann;" An-
    gela Reuben will dramatize George
    Bernard Shaw's "Saint Joan;" and
    ;Lee Rosenhouse will dramatize a
    cutting from Leon Iris' "Exodus."
    Business agenda will include a
    report trom Mrs. Jerry Linden-
    baum, chairman of the group's
    first fund-raising affair to be held
    in the Cassanova Room of the
    Deauville Hotel on Tuesday. Dec.
    1. at 11:30 a.m. In charge of
    tickets are Mrs. Lindcrbaum and
    Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston.
    Mrs. Louis I'ilzer is president
    of the group
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    f in 4 taf of shock*
    Toss yew ca't mlo *r# scat.
    -- i -Cv-selt o">"d ih Ummt.
    n fishing all day long.
    - jS with win* and song1
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    n -ig to* th# epicure),
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    BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS
    Beach Post Will
    Honor War Dead
    On Wednesday morning at 10
    a.m.. the Miami Beach Post 85,
    American Legion, will hold its an-
    nual Veterans Day observance at
    the Cenotaph, llth St. and Wash-!
    illgton Ave.. in conjunction with j
    2u other veteran, patriotic and
    fraternal organizations.
    Commander Andrew Bergida
    has appointed Past Commander
    Maurice Doc Klein, former vice
    mayor and city councilman, to be
    chairman ot the program. This
    will be Klein's 25th consecutive
    year to head the event.
    The Miami Beach High School
    Band, under the direction of John
    Coleman. will play.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
    Emanu-EI. will deliver the invoca-
    tion and benediction.
    All organizations attending will
    have a representative place a
    wreath at the base of the monu-
    ment in memory of departed vet-'
    erans of all wars.
    Lt. Col. Carl Funk, commander |
    of the 19th Field Maintenance I
    Squadron. Homestead AFB, will'
    speak. Taps will be at 11 a.m.
    Late Services
    At Beth Kodesh
    ; : e Friday evening ser
    < ;c< at Beth K idesh Synag i
    lated for 8:15 p.m .
    ith Rabbi M x Shai iro
    itlng.
    Rabbi Shapiro, who has serv-
    ( i in the community sin< e 1932
    fi nder and president ol the
    il As! nation of Great
    er Miami, president of the Zion-
    ist Council, and chairman of the
    Budget Committee of the Jewish
    Federation.
    A member of the faculty of the
    University of Miami and the
    Jewish representative on the radio
    i rogram "The Bound Table,"
    sponsored by the National Con-
    ference of Christians and Jews.
    Executive Committee of the Unit-
    ed Fund and the Third Army Ad-
    visory Committee.
    lie 'inane-i new r<'t to meet yo
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    Audrey Hepburn in "My Fair
    Lady," also starrinq Rex Har-
    rison, opening Wednesday,
    Nov. 25, at the Lincoln The-
    atre. Tickets ate now on sale
    fcr the famous musical by
    Lernei and Loewe for both
    matinee and evening per-
    formances.

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    Mrs. Nat Birth, president of
    the Miami Beach Chapter of
    Hadassah, and a special commit-
    tee have completed final plans
    for a membership rally to be held
    en Monday, Nov. 30, 1 p.m., at
    the Deauville Hotel.
    The campaign, in effect for two
    months, has brought a itith group
    t i the Miami Beach Chapter, the
    Kin Cole-Kadimas Croup.
    Mrs. Norman Meyers, member-
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    charter to reach a membership of
    Oi ,..- 5,000,
    Mrs. Maurice Cahn. vice presi-
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    Mrs Henry B. Wernick, vice
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    fashion show from Jordan Marsh.
    directed by Mrs Eleanor Gumby.
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    Adults Hear
    Mayor Hall
    At Singes Club
    The newly-formed .\uult, Cul-
    i. Educational and Social
    Sin les Club were to hear Metro
    Maj r Chuck Hall discuss and an-
    swer questions about Metropolitan
    Government on Thursday. 8:30
    p in., at the Ida M. Fisher Com-
    munity Sehool.
    Temporary officers of the or-
    ganization are Mannie Grossman,
    president; Laura Storob. social
    chairman; Dorothy Frankfeldt.
    program chairman: Mary Hall, re-
    ire-hment chairman; and Lois
    Jlosenthal. treasurer.
    The club meets the first and
    third Thursday of each month at
    the same time and place. Busi-
    ness meetings are held on alter-
    nate Thursdays. Next will be Nov.
    ]i. The school library is on the
    second iloor.
    Poppy Day Drive
    Jewish War Veterans Post and
    Auxiliary 330 of Miami Beach are!
    sponsoring a Poppj Day Drive all
    day Monday. Post chairman is
    Herman Sockolow. Auxiliary chair-
    - Mrs Evelyn Decky.
    UM Orchestra
    Slates Fournier
    Nov. 15 and 16
    Pierre Fournier. internationally-
    known cellist, who has pertormed
    on six continents, will be guest
    soloist with the University of.
    Miami Symphony Orchestra at 8:30
    p.m.. Nov. 15 and 16. in Miami
    Beach and Dade County Auditor-
    iums.
    Fournier will play Robert Schu-
    mann's Concerto for Cello and
    Orchestra.
    The major work to be per-
    formed by the orchestra, under
    the direction of Dr. Fabien
    Sevitzky, will be the Symphony
    No. 6 ("Pathetiqoe"), by Peter
    llyitch Tschaikovsky.
    Other selections will be Rich-
    aid Wagner's Overture to "Tann-
    ha user" and Charles Griffes'
    Peacock."
    Fournier averages more than
    ioo performances per season. On
    his 1964-65 schedule are his fith
    ; S tli Vmerica and Smith
    Africa, his tenth of the United
    States ami In- third of Russia. In
    i he will make his third tour
    ol Japan
    As orchestral soloist, Fournier
    has performed with world renown-
    ed symphonies and with conduc-
    tors such as Furtwaengler, Szell,
    k rajan, Walter. Ormandy, Mon-
    teux, Klemperer, Reiner. Barbi-
    rolll, Stokowski, Mitropoulos, Sar-
    gent and Bcechuin.
    Presentation of a wheel chair
    is made to Dr. Alex Denes, of
    24-84 Praiiie Ave.. at the
    Kniqhts of Pythias Temple on
    W. Flaqler St., by Mrs. Ann
    Laderman. The wheel chair
    was donated in memory ot
    her late husband, Mac Lader-
    man, by Flaqler-Gcbles Lodqe
    197. Holdinq the banner is
    Max Greenwald, of Miami
    Beach, co-chairman of hu-
    manitarian Activities of Kaa-
    ba Temple 6S, Dramatic Or-
    der of the Kniqhts of Khoras-
    : an. Dr. Frederick R. Frank
    is royal vizier of the DOKK
    and president of the Wheel
    Chair Club.
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    Brandeis Zionists To *orfc Veferans Dy
    Slate Rabbi Shapiro
    In Report on Russia
    RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
    Brcndeis ZOA
    Aids Campers
    One thousand dollars have hcen
    pledged by Brandeis Zionist Dis-
    trict to provide scholarships lor
    Camp Judaea, according to Isaac
    Donen, president of the district.
    "One of our prime goals in
    Brandeis ZOA is Jewish education
    on the local scene." said Donen.
    "These scholarships will allow
    several children to spend their
    summer in- a creative Jewish at-
    mosphere."
    Camp Judaea, in Hendcrson-
    \ille, N.C., is sponsored jointly
    i by ZOA and Hadassah. The camp
    ! will once again be under the di-
    rection of George Stern, with
    : Frank Farbenbloom, Miami city
    j director of Young Judaea, handling i
    I local arrangements.
    Discussion Group
    At Beth Shiran
    Every Tuesday morning from
    10:30 until noon, members of Tem-
    ple Beth Shirah Sisterhood and
    guests will meet at a Brunch
    V!ith Our Rabbi" in the Temple
    at 7500 SW 120th St.
    Rabbi Morris A. Skop v ill di-
    rect a Torah study Discussion
    Group, including a prepared cur-
    riculum on "The Sources and
    ning ci JeV ish Customs an I
    Ceremonies" and i> Questions
    and Answers on Bible an l Jew-
    ish History." based on teachings
    in the Bible and the Talmud. Fol-
    lowing the open forum, brunch will
    in sen I'd by Sisterhood host<
    Vfti th first in sessions, an-
    ' Iher series will begin on "Famous
    Jewish Authors and Their Works,"
    including Israel Zantjwill, Lud
    l isohn, Sholem Asch, Shalom
    Aleichem. I. n. Peretz, Moses Mai-
    monides, Erimond Flegg, Irving
    Fineman, Chayim Nachman Bia-
    i k, and Mosheh Smilanaky. An
    exhibit of the writings ot each
    author will be on display at the
    Sisterhood <; it t Shop.
    Isaac Donen. president of the
    i;rartftei=TT:'ti;cl of the Zionist
    or anizatlon of America of Miami
    Beach, has announced that the
    district will hold a special open
    meeting on "The Future of the l
    Jew in Russia."
    The meeting will take place on
    Monday evening, 8 p.m., in the
    auditorium of Washington Fed-
    eral Savings, 1133 Normandy Dr.
    According to Max Raskin, dis-
    trict program chairman, the pro-
    gram will feature a complete re-
    port on Soviet Jewry from Rabbi
    David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai.
    i Hollywood, who has recently re-
    turned from a study tour of the
    i Jewish communities o f Russia,
    Poland. Czechoslovakia, and sev-
    eral other Iron Curtain countries,
    1 as well as another trip to Israel.
    During his tour of Russia, Rab-
    bi Shapiro attended cervices in
    the synagogues of Moscow. Lenin-
    grad, and Odessa, where he met
    with the Jewish community lead-
    ers tii. re. He al << u as able to
    v i-it the spiritual and commun-
    it> Jewish leaders in Prague, War
    . and several other communi-
    ties
    Rabbi Shapi'o is at present
    chairman of the Bca'd of Gov-
    ernors of the Southeast Region
    of the ZOA. He is also a past
    president of the Greater Miami
    Rabb'nical As'ociarion.
    (ii! Rappaport, exi itive direc-
    tor ol the Southe n oi the
    ZOA, will present the I ights I
    the recent 67th annual < nv< ition
    oi the organisation in Wash
    ton. D.C.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh. of Tern
    pie Ter Tamid, has arranged a
    sl-ecial musical program for the
    meeting.
    Norman Bruce Brown I> ,-. '
    Jewish War Veterans of th Unit
    ed States, and Ladles" a
    will hul.i memorial services n ot>
    ei -ante oi veterans Day |-n".
    day evening, it was annoui
    Ralph Rosofsky, posj comr.
    Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, spiritual lead
    er of the Israelite Cent< will
    conduct the service- al 8 p.m.
    Sherbil! Wins
    Gold Award
    In Tallahassee
    Daniel Sherbill. a senior at
    Miami Beach High Schoo was
    winner of the Gold Medal for
    Outstanding Senator and Best
    Speaker in the State of Florida at
    the state c tigress
    of the National
    Forensic League.
    The ( ngress
    was held Oct. 30'
    md 31 in Talla-
    hassee.
    Daniel the
    ol M and
    Mrs. .1 e p ii
    Sherbill. Debate
    and -pen ..III
    dents ii im 24
    throughout In I I
    In the area i tigress
    eld two vm'i'!;- i arlier for S mth
    Florida sc hools only, top h mors
    for Besl Speaker, Best S i itor
    and Best Presiding Offi< also
    ei to I Miami Beat ii
    senii r, as wi II as the a\
    Hence in Parliament De-
    i ate in Tallahassi
    Sherbill will repre enl Fl
    the Nationi 1 Student Cong ss in
    Omaha, Nebr., next June.
    Second place av. .nil v. Bl to
    Harry Greenwald, son of v. and
    Mrs Philip Greenwald, fi Besl
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    David Pinsfti Folk School
    da, .i inn kI.n i alendai monl hi fi nn
    the linn of Hi- first imblicatlon here-
    of, the Nuue will he barred.
    Mated it Miami, Kiorida, thin 2nd
    Idaj i.i November, A.l>. 1964.
    David I'inski Folk School will Mouuis hoMubaiji
    hold an (.no, Shabbat on Friday; ^""^S'unV! 2W
    at Farband Labor Zionist Center ri publlcaiion of thin notice on
    842 Washington Ave. Program I ^ierbn1*; uou Jen***' 1M4,
    will include Louis Lasavin, prin- Attornej for MoitIh HunigUium,
    cipal oi the school, and Ben Yo-
    men.
    Aomlnlslrai
    ' 111) mpia Building
    Miami, i-'i-.i i.i.t 2:|i.;.
    11 8-I3-20-27
    rrv 3ime:it, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ciment, of 1330 Drexel
    ve Miami Beach, is at the summit of academic success at
    fab va College, the under-graduate liberal arts and sciences
    :olle: e for men at Yeshiva University. Dr. Isaac Bacon (riqht).
    lee:, oi the colleqe, congratulates Ciment a sophomore, for
    rig a perfect 4.0 academic average during the 1963-64
    cacemlc year. Ciment is a graduate of the Mesivta Senior
    ligr. School in Miami Beach, where he was class valedictor-
    in, rJass president, and a member of the National Ho or So-
    le'.
    hey Make The Dean's List
    LEGAL NOTICE
    .,:- Cn ol 1330 Drexel
    nal Zisquit, "f 1315 Le-
    ; A and Lester Kaufman, oi
    -t, have been named to
    List at Yeshiva Col-
    New York City, Dr. Isaac
    tor lean, announced last week.
    Yeshiva College is the men's Ml.
    lergraduate college ol liberal arts
    and science- ol Yeshiva Univer-
    sity.
    To qualify for the Dean's list,
    a student must maintain at least
    a 3.4 (B-plus) academic average.
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    died Oct. 89. Rh erslde.
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    died i icl -"' Services In New Yurie.
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    ,-u Li>i si., died Oct. 26. Gordon
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    llm Ave., died Oct. W Riverside
    WEISS. Albert, 7,, 7784 Abbotl
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    llSdi St. II
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELFVFNTH JiiDir-ai r'o/-iM-r qf
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN OHANLfcrt*
    No. b4C 12231
    MARILYN M t'LAUKI-:
    Plalntlfl
    \ -
    m: run: c t'LARKK,
    i >, i, ii lant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ti '. Arthur i". flai
    I '..l"!!!!".. I '. \ I..||
    You. ARTHI R c 1'I.ARKI-:, an
    hereb) iiotlfleil that ii lllll ol t'om-
    plaiul foi Divorce has been filed
    I, ii.l v "ll al I i|i;
    serve .....|i) .i j our Anawei "i I'll .id-
    nu to tin lllll ..i t'omplninl on the
    fl Attorne). I'allot, Murks,
    i. .nil.. n, i-..|,|i-i. ,v Horwlch, 1304
    Altred I duPonl llullillng, Mi.mil :'.:'.
    hTortdn and file tin orlRlnal Answei
    oi I'leadlim In ill- ..ffii
    ..i Hi- i !lri nit i 'in i "ii or before the
    7th day -t l i mber, 1964. If you
    fall to do no, judgment by default \*'ll
    be taken aieainsl S'ou for the relief de-
    manded in ih- iiiii -I Complaint.
    This in'ii-- .-hail in- published once
    . .nli week for four consecutive weeks
    .n TI1K .IKWISII ll.oKll'lAN.
    DON'S AND ORDERED at Mlnnii.
    i i'--i'ia, thi- -iili ila> of November,
    A I' 1964.
    i: B. i.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Kloridu
    (-..ill ll> : K. M. I.YMAN
    Oeput) Clerk
    Pallor, Marks, Lundi en,
    Popped S Horwlch
    I3ul Allied I duPont Bulldlnfi
    M .1.iiii ::;, Elorlaa
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    1! B-13-20-2T
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCEBY.
    No. 64C 11257
    DOLLAR SAVINOS HANK OK THE
    CITY nl-' NEW YORK
    Plaintiff,
    \ s.
    Kl NNETH \V. Sl'TTON, el UK et al
    I'. i, iidants.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 120/1
    in RE:
    Adoption of Donald Alston Pan.
    .i minor
    l ij : Jack Raj Vanla ndlnKham,
    In- stepfather
    PETITION FOR ADOPTION
    TO: '. R. PARR
    li, -iii.n. n iknow ii
    Vim. W R, I- ARH, in I.....by
    notified thai a Petition for Adopt I >i
    has i" -n filed, and you are re*ru rei
    i., sen .. '"!'> of your A n- ,\ ei -i
    PleadlnK '" Hi- Petition foi \......ll
    loi Donald Alston Parr on the Plain-
    tiffs STANLEY I-: Ot MID-
    MAN, -'!-" X W. B2 SI ml,
    PI i i i.Xfoi 'I -'.'-' anil file 11
    Kinal Answer "i i'teudlns In thi '-
    lice uf il Plerk of the Circull Coui".
    on or In fore Ihe 7ili da) -! I -
    I..-I-. 1961. n you fall i" 'I" so, Judg-
    ment by defnull "ill be taken naulnsl
    m,.i for Hi- relief demanded In the
    Mill .if Complaint.
    This notice shall be published mice
    ..nil week f" i"in consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH rLOltlDI VN.
    1'ii.vi: AND liRDEUKD al Miami.
    Florida, ilii^ '-"ill da) m i t I r,
    V.D. 1961.
    E II. LEATHERM iX, "
    . u cull '..'ni. I' nli 'nunl) II -i -i'lii
    ''.. -- 11
    rtj r ("OPELAND.
    l'.|.nl\ I'lerk
    st \vi i'v k ;< -I 'M IN
    26^S N" VV 62 Sir. el
    Miami. I l-i i.la
    i iXfoi I
    Attorne) l-i I'
    li ". i :.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCL-'ii
    TO Kenneth W Sutlon and Jane M of FLORIDA in and FOR DADE
    1 wife, rfnidi n< couniv. in chanccRY.
    noun, ami ii remarried, No. 6-lC i200j
    unknown spouses, n llvlns HdKACK MAItKLEY
    ami ii" dead, the unknown heirs, Plain
    a. -i". -. arantees, as- \.-.
    Miii". Ilenoi-H. ii.-iiii'.i-. irus- IRADK1.I. MARBLEY
    I..- oi .....lllll SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ilia l>), iln.mull, iimI. i ... UKuinsl :' IRADELL MARKLE^
    an) "i Ihe above named defend-
    i\In, ai. dtn-eased Philadelphia, I'ennsylvanla
    You ai. hereby notified that thi You, IRAOELL MAUI1LEY, are
    above t-aptioned action has been In- hereby notified n ll Bill ol '
    stituied iiKitinst you in in- Circuit pliiini i"i Divorci has been
    Court of iln Eleventh Judicial l"ir- naalnsl you, ami you are ii-
    ip) of your Answ
    cull "f Ploridn in and i"i Dade Coun-
    ty I,, foreclose a moriunge upon the
    ( the Clerk lollowlnm described real property:
    l.i'i In I'.i". k 30 CORAL, W AY
    VILLAC.K SECTION A. Part ".
    UH'ordlng I" the I'l.n thereof,
    rtcorded in Plat Book 63 al Page
    17 of the Public Records "i 1'a.i-
    County, Ploridn.
    You are miulred to file a respon-
    sive pleading to plaintiff's complaint
    with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court,
    ami serve n copy thereof upon plain-
    tiffs attorney' MARTIN KINK. Dads
    Pederal I'.uildinu. Miami. Florida
    :::.i:u. n"t later than December
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN thai
    Ihe undersigned, desiring '" enu
    . under the fictitious name ol
    NAT"li INWIDK SECURITY SERVICES
    - I tulldlng, M i.urn. Ploi -
    i,la Intends lo i eglster .- lid n iim n Ith
    the 'lerk of : ii- Clrouit i 'oui I of I Udi
    l 'ollllt) I '. -' i'i
    MARTIN STEIN
    AIIMN iS Rl ITHENIIERl I
    Al '.'i ne) .- l-i Mm tin Bteln,
    Applli
    ill Building, Miami. Pin
    II 6-13-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Nl ''l'H ll is IIBREBY CIV KN thai
    the undersigned, desiring i- engavi In
    htiMlness undei the fictitious name -i
    l: MM' iNI'M S ITALIAN <11SI.NI: al
    SiM N.w. 7i'ili Street, Miami, Plorlda
    Intends i" register said name with
    the i 'ii ii. "f the Circuit Court of Dade
    Count). Plorlda.
    RAYI. Ml'. INC.
    In RAYMi >N I' LAl'DISIO
    I'i Ident
    MAN i: C.REENPIELD, EStJ
    A i lorne) '-I Applli am
    in Ii i -,i Center
    M in ni, I- ."liii.i
    II 6-13-211-21
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME I *'
    NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    ll nn.i, signed
    i, has III -- iiiil. r lh- Rctltious n. in..
    ..- V'lHlCE I' IS.METIC & Si'NI IRY
    -.i ii .1 nun i i 111" s I n\i- 11 i.i
    w > in 11 < i i: ol Coral Ualiles, Plor-
    i.i Intends to n- ster the .- ild name
    with iln Clerk of iii- Circuit Courl
    -I Dade County. Plorlda.
    ii.....ii ai Miami. Bade County,
    this 2'ith da) of > i"l" i. 1964.
    THE i-A.MPl S COSMETIC .v
    Sl'NDRY SIKH'. INC
    By: Itelene Alter Kan:-. I'reslrtenl
    Winifred Alter, Vlce-Prea., Treas.
    Joseph Him-.-. S..->.
    HARRY M- ROiJBN
    Attorne) f"i Applicant
    ttnl.l'sn.v & DIAMOND
    407 Lincoln Komi
    Miami Beach, i-i-riiia
    11 li, IS, !'. -7
    1984, "i :i Decree Pro Confesso "ill
    he ntered aiiuinst you.
    DATED: iK-iober 30. 1984.
    E. I: LEATHERJIAN
    Clerk "f the Circuit Colin
    By: C. P. COPEIjAND
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN PINE
    I Mil- Pederal Building
    Mi.,mi. Florida 131 II
    li i; 13. 20, 27
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 64C 12011
    BEN STIKMAN.
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    BETTY BECKETT STCRMAN,
    l ii fendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    in. BECKY BECKETT STCRMAN
    , .. Mr- Rose i'li-i-maii
    1.1 :; No, Roi kwell Mrei
    Chicago, Illinois
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    linn ii C.....plalnl for Dlvoice liii
    ilnsi you, and
    i. Mini' I I- serve a cop)
    In servi
    i'......Ing i" the Bill "I Complain! "ii
    In Plaintiffs nttoi in SHEVIN,
    hi M il i.MAN" & HOLTZMAN, 346 Sey-
    I...I.I Building, Miami 32, Plorlda. ind
    ill. the original Answer or Plead-
    ing, in the office of the Clerk "l the
    Circuit Court "li ol before the 7ili
    day of December, 1964. If you fall
    I.. .I., so, Judgment by default will
    I., taken against you foi the relief
    demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week foi four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
    Florida, this J'.iili day of October,
    A.D. 1964
    F. i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dnde County, Florida
    ic'iivnit Courl Si ill
    By: '' I.. ALEXANDER,
    Deputy Clerk
    SHEVIN. OOODMAN A HOLTZMAN
    346 SeylKild Building
    \ii-.., ; i- .i .
    ALVIN GOODMAN
    .\u......\ foi I'i.i.mill
    7
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 64766-B
    In RE: Esl iti
    . VTHERINE KLLERY.
    Deci iisi .I.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All dltors n nd All Pel ns
    | Havlnu or Demand Aga inst
    Said Estal :
    You ai heroh) i ilfled and n -
    il ill red I- |in nn claims and
    demands w Iii. ii \ mi ma: ha\ -
    n ai. in- stnti oi \tiii:i:ini: KLLERY,
    r youi deceased late of Dade County, Kim-
    Viiswer or Pleading i" the Coinidaliu Ida, thi Count) Judges -f Dade
    , pialnl lorneys, smith ,\ Count) anil file the same In d
    M VNDLER 107 Lincoln Road, Mian ..... nd I In Sectii n -
    Beach Plorlda and file Hi.....'Iglnal Florida Statutes, In their offlcei
    a me In the office of the Clerk the Count) Courtlm In Bade Colin-
    a' Hi- Circuit Court mi or bef...... ty, Plorlda, withm -i\ calendar
    the 7th da) of December. 1964. If | months from thi time of the first
    il fail I,, il.. .... judgmenl b) di -
    fault will be taken against you ror
    the relief di n anded in the Complaint.
    In INK AND I 'Rl ERE1' al M ami,
    I Ida, III 29th day of i tobi i
    1964,
    i; i: LEATHERM VN
    i '|el k i I'-nil 'mil t
    I lade Count) Florida
    By; K M I.VMAN
    I ii put \ i 'lerk
    11 :. 13, 20, J7
    publication i ri of, m thi same >- III
    l- barred.
    Dated ai Miami. Plorlda, this 2Mb
    , nl lol i. A.D l'":i
    M VR1AN ROEHL
    As Pvecutrlx
    KCRT WELl.ISCIi
    Attol n-i for i l-i.. i -I
    CATHERINE ELI KRY
    I 1.7 Alii -i'l \ i Ii
    i '"i al i lahli .-. I- "i Ida 3"1" I
    II 6, 13, 7
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    .lie undersigned, desiring to engage
    n business under Ihe fictitious name
    of SOUTHERN SALES CO., al num-
    ber 43 E. loth Lane in Ihe t'itv
    .r Miiil.-iih. Florida Intends to reg-
    ister the siid name with the Clerk
    ..I the Circuit Court of Dade Ooun-
    in. Florida,
    Dated in Miami. Florida, this Nth
    October, 1964.
    - H i HERN BEAUTY I HRTRI-
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    %  Page 12-A *-Jmlstncr/dHan Friday. November 6. 1964 I' fr-c*. Book Month To be Marked At Three Rallies Murray Shaw (left), president of Temple Ner Tamid, and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (right), spiritual leader of the Temple, congratulate Col. and Mrs. William I. Harris. Harris has been r.amed to receive the Israel Redemption Award at the Temple's Israel Chcnuka Festival Dinner and Dance, to take place Sunday evening, Nov. 29, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Chanuka Dinner At Ner Tamid Temple Ner Tamid will initiate ;i "first" in the history of the Temple <>n Sunday evening, Nov. 29 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Thai evening, the first night of ( hanuka, the Temple will sponsor its first Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner and Dance. Announcement of the event was i ade t',\ Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. B] iiitual leader of Temple Ner Tamid, and .Murray Shaw, TemI:. president, who will also serve chairman of the occasion. Rab1 Labovitz will be honorary ( airman. To be honored at the event %vill be Col. William J. Harris, founder nd first president of T emple Ner Tamid. In announcing the Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner. Rabbi Labovitz noted that "the atmosphere of the occasion will reflect the gay spirit of the Chanuka festival and the joy of thanksgiving of being able to observe the holiday in unison with Israel's 16th year ol Statehood." One of the highlights will be the kindling of a giant menorah. Also, menorah candles will be lit at each table so that every perj son at the dinner can participate in the traditional Chanuka ceremony. Three public rallies will be held to celebrate national Jewish Book Month help under the atWfkices ol the Bureau of Jewish Education On Thursday, Ngv. 5, the Bureau was to iin the Miami Public Library in its celebration of Florida Author Nighl \ panel of three was to review the novel i>> Har rj Simonhoff, "The Chosen One. The panel was to include Rabbi Morris W. Graff, assistant rabbi of Temple Israel, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, book reviewer, and Louis Schwartiman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Simonhoff was to be present to answer questions of both the panel and the audience. Meeting was slated at 1 Biscayne Blvd.. at 8:30 p.m. On Monday, the second Jewish Book Festival will be held at Temple Adath Yeshurun. 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., No. Miami Beach. The same panel will again review Simonholf's book. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will chair the meeting co-sponsored by the Sisterhood aiul Men's Club of Temple Adath Yeshurun. On Monday. Nov. 30. a third Jewish Book rally will be held at the Oceanfront Auditorium. Rally will pay tribute to the works of Mendele Mocher Sefarim. Two presentations will be made byRabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of the Israelite Center, and Max Gleiberman. instructor at the Work men's Circle School. Melvyn Frumkes. chairman of the local Jewish Book Month Committee of the Bureau of Education, will preside. Meeting is co-sponsored by the Miami Beach Recreation Center. Chaim Rose, Center director, will read selections from Yiddish literature. brated nationally from Oct. 29 through Nov. 30. Exhibits of Jewish books will appear in all Jewish libraries and a special bo..k review service _ot rctqpt, if?>\}>\ bookis now being offered to the community by the Bureau. Jewish Book Month is being celeConvention Will Hear Speakers By Special Report NEW YORK — Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of the Religious Zionists Of America, has announced that the 1964 convention ii the organization will be held ;,t the Promenade Hotel, Lout; Beach, NY., from Nov. 11 to 15. Among renowned speakers scheduled to address the convention session are Israel Minister of In terior Moshe Haim Shapiro; Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik. one of the foremost Talmudic scholars in the I'nitcd States; and Rabbi Israel Miller, president of the Rabbinical Council of America. Rabbi Kirshblum indicated that the "convention will stress the importance of such subjects as the status and progress of Religious Zionism in the United States, the development of more powerful ties between the religious communities of Israel and the United States and the role of the scholar in spreading the influence of Orthodox Jewry in the United States." Rabbi Dr Harry I. Wohlberg. chairman of the convention, said that "over 800 delegates, alternates and prominent guests in the rabbinical, cultural and educational world are expected to participate in the numerous sessions 37 the convention. A large delegation from Israel is coming to engage in the various discussions dealing with contemporary problems of Zionism." Rabbi Kirshblum added that the •convention's task will be cen tered around the analyses of wflj and means of solidifying, strengthening and unifying 'he Religious Zionist movement in the Cited States." i RETIRED t. 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    Page 10-B +Je*lstifk)rkflan Friday, Novernier I Joseph Weintraub Will Chair Hebrew U. Miami Humanities Building Fete Nov. 25 JOSEPH WEINTRAUB Beth Am Will Feature Choir Tern pie Both Am will observe its monthly family worship service on Friday evening with Dr. Her bert M. Baumgard officiating. Third grade of the ReligionSchool will be choir of the month and participate in the musical portion of the program. Participants include Karen Bell Nancy Bramson, Vicki earner. Lori Hodge-. Amy Jeruss, Lynn Katzcn. Rosanna Liebman, Stacej Litman, Debra London, Nancy inhardt. Dawne Weiner, Sherri te n, Ames Zucker, Wayne Fried, .Joel Geffl n Matthew Geller, Lurie, Kerry Nash, 1 iseph Pomerantz. Russell 'I hes, Warren TrazanDavid Udell, Mir Ij Bender. Jaclj ii Bi in, B innie Berg nie Lee Birchansky, Bonnie Biumenthal. Donna Brown. Julie Fink. Debbie Friedman, Debbie Giasser, Margaret Grossman. Mindy Hayet. Louise Ann Jacewitz, Susan Kessler, Tern Leidner, Nancy Luris, Robyn Mann. Cynthia Mar kovitch. Lorie D. Newman. Karen Rosen. Florence Wiener, Bruce Bernstein. Samuel Faber. Larry Gnat. Stephen Goodman. David Katims. Gregg Schwartz. Jimmy Segal. Matthew Snow. Howard Traeger. Todd Brooks Tragash. Bryan Weinstein, Morris Weiss.! Laura Bocles. Sandra Chaykin. Robin Faber. Karen Franco. Heidi Green. Susan Krebs. ^largerx Kates. Debbie Lewis. Patty Lewis, Nancy Lipman, Irene R. Richard. Rhonda Rose. .lanet Sallman. Leslie Sedler. Tamara Segal, Emily Segal. Susan iVeinstein, Lonnie Weinstock, Karen Woolistead. Stephen Bittel, Kenneth Dcbkin, Daniel Druckinan. Scott Friedman. Benjie Greenberg, Mark Harrison. Scott Kaplan. David Rogel. Sandy Stein. Joseph Weintraub, chairman of the board of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, has accepted the chairmanship of the Nov. 25 Miami Humanities Building Dinner at the Fontainehleau Hotel, which will be sponsored by the South Florida Division. Amer a an Friends of the Hebrew University, it was announced Wed nesday by Jack L. Popick, president of the division. •One of the greatest contributions we can make to the devil opment of the State of Israel is through support of higher education, and we of the South Florida Division have been honored by this opportunity to erect a building honoring Miami's leadership in the development of the Humanities Complex on the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University," Popick declared Weintraub, Popick and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division, head a committee of supporters who are sponsoring the Nov. 25 dinner. The S300.000 facility will help to meet the expanding educational program of the Hebrew University, largest in Israel, with a student body of 10,000 and a faculty of over 1,200. Sinai Jubilee Invitations Out Invitations for Mount Sinai Hosannual Jubilee Ball, to be held Satui aj evening, Dec. 12. :.' Ihe Fontainebleau, were mallei recently, and reservations are iig 111 :,t a ra| c< ord to Chairmen Mr. and Mrs it 7. Greene and Bill MacDonald. "This outstanding social event .[ the season has been a sell-out lor the past two vears." thev -aid. The Greenes plan a cocktail parly for members of the Ticket Committee at their home on Nov. 13. In addition to serving as board I chairman of the Mercantile National Bank. Weintraub is chairman of the board of a number of leading corporations in the finance and insurance fields, including the Atico Financial Corporation, and American Title Insurance Company. He has practiced law in Miami since 1927. and heads the law firm of Weintraub. Martin and Schwartz since 1943. A former trustee of Temple Israel, Weintraub is a trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and a director ul the United Fund of Dade County and of the Miami | (Iearl Institute. Immediate past) president of the Citizens Board of; the University of Miami, he re-i ceived the Award of Merit from the university's Board of Trustees, in 1962. He is a member and I former director and president of Westview Country Club. The Hebrew University has five | campuses in Israel, including the one in Givat Ram. where the Miami Humanities Building will be constructed. When completed, this will be the university's cen-, tral cammis Other schools of thej Hebrew University include Agriculture in Rehovot. Law and Social Sciences in Tel Aviv. SOciolOg) and Economics in Haifa, and Mod it ine at Ein Karem. Taking part in the committee meeting at the Crystal Ho.;* at which the program for the construction of the Miami Hurrianities Building, honoring the support of the South Florida division, American Friends of the Hebrew University, WCJ announced are (left to right) Louis B. 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    %  %  V-*-* :ge 4-A +Je*lst Fkrkflar Friday. November 6. 1964 • i. | % %  Ml %  -.. I I t i "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 "ED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1IO MINDLIN Executive Editor BILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher "he .I'-H-i-h Flnri
  • s Postage Paid at M 4 %  >. Florida. Th* Jcwi*h Pioridian ha* abiomed the Jewish Unity and the Je~.su Weekly. Member o* the Jew.ih Telegraphic Agency, Seven Art* Feature Syndicate. Worldwide N*w Service, National Editorial Asn.. American Aan. of Engl.sh-Jewish Newapapet*. and the Florida Pre** A*n. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Local Area ..„ On* Year $5 00 Thre* Year* 112.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 45 Friday, November 6, 1964 1 Kislev 5725 The American People Have Spoken The American people have %  pokftn. Politicians and our qovernr. ent leaders may debate, arque, rr. nlign one another personally and tr ore than occasionally resort to half. ths during the ccurse of an elec:.:n campaign in order to make a int. But in the final analysis, it the people who make the choice the privacy of the voting booth. And they chose President John= :.i with a landslide vote. This gives I e President what he wanted — a — andate from the people. In a very real sense, Mr. JohnEcn wcs a lame duck chief exec_ .ve, fulfilling the term of the assasi -jated John Fitzgerald Kennedy; nd clthough he invoked Mr. Kenr.rdy's name less and less often during the months following his tragic :; sumption of the highest office in t* e land. President Johnson still knew v ut he was merely fulfilling the Kenredy term and that it was his oblic: tior. to act in accordance with the v. shes of his predecessor. Now, he is President by the overv. helming choice of the American people. Now, he has been given the opportunity to function his own right and in accordance with the principle* he. himself, expounded during the c: mpaign. Many previous American precedents have :^en broken and many new ones established ci a consequence of the election of President Jchnson. But whatever our choice, as citizens ci this nation, it is the duty of each of us to s and behind Mr. Johnson and to give him the cooperation for which he has asked and which be has clearly won. The people have spoken. the thought of it was savored merely among Fascists and the powerful Nazi enclave in Argentina. Today, the possibility is not unrealistic. How better to achieve his aim than to join the anti-Semites — to villify Zionism as he is reported to have done this week? 'Defending' European Jewry It is refreshing to read about Gideon Hausner, former Attorney General of Israel, and his s'.out defense of the Jews of Europe during World War II. Mr. Hausner's defense before a Herzl Instie audience las: week in New York was designed to absolve European Jewry from Hanh Arendt and Bruno Bettelheim-type charges ol submitting to death without resistance. We are happv to note that Mr. Hausner Is otherwise. He should. There are many h storic works amply documenting such re> -tance in the face of almost certain death. Mr. Hausner is, of course, en expert in these matters. It was he who successfully prose' -ed the notorious Adolf E'-hmann. Nevertheless, we wish it were someone e.se before the Herzl Institute to speak out in defense of European Jewry. Mr. Hausner res.gned as Attorney General shortly after Eichmann's trial, sentencing and execution. He resigned following the reaction to his Saturday Evening Post series on his role in the trial — a series that was all Hausner and little Eichmann. Mr. Hausner still seems to be more devoted to himself than to the purpose of his erstwhile role. We applaud what he had to say, ~ut we wish someone else said it. The Mission's Locked Door The leaders who marched to the Soviet Union's United Nations Mission in New York presented a detailed document relating to the fate of Iron Curtain Jewry. The door was locked. The pressure being applied to the Soviet leadership to give Jews living there the opportunity to express themselves culturally by practicing their traditions without hindrance has been increasing over the years. Proof of the charges leveled by the marchers lies in the uncovering last year of "Judaism Without Embellishment" published in the Soviet Union. Untold other examples exist. That the Communists are also finding it increasingly necessary to deny the charqes suggests the prevalence of cultural genocide in the Soviet Union. It is still too early to tell what the deposition of Nikita Khiushchev can mean :his regard. We prayerfully hope the locked door is not an ill omen. Juan Peron's Return Juan Peron is a man seeming to come back cut of the dead. During his dictator-terrorist reign, much of Peron's tyranny was laid at the feet of his late wife, Eva. At the same time, Argentinians adored her. Since, his deposition, Argentina has had a crack at this thing we call democracy. But the crack, almost from the beginning, split wide cpen, with several changes in government and cnti-Semitism increasingly the rule. Peron wants to return. Several years ago. Renewed Ecumenical Hope There is renewed hope that Pope Paul VI will turn his attention toward the tie between the Catholic Church and the Jews before the Ecumenical Council closes its current session. Reports are that the Pope anticipates a separate statement, unrelated to any of the other schemas now under discussion. Clearly, the Church's concern for the impact of such a statement on Catholics in Arab lands has been a central factor in the slow movement of the Ecumenical toward release of the Jews from the inhuman charge of deicide. Reports therefore suggest that Pope Paul's anticipated statement will emphasize the nonpolitical, meaning non-Zionist, nature of its position. In the event this comes to pass, Pope Paul should be applauded under any circumstances. For that he turns his special attention to the guestion and considers it in a separate statement will be proof enough of the Church's decision to call a halt to a 2,000-year-old injustice. • • the week as i see it fe : by LEO MINDLIN %  MOW THAT the elections are over can U back and during the week a rvs„r !" s here about the "right" of ra bbis to use their pulpits for the expression of political opinion The issue was brought to the fore by a Miami Beach Rermk. licaa ude r who charged ta a letter to this newspaper that our rabbis ought to stay awav from politicking, particularly because their sermons are delivered to what he characterized as captive audiences without the nrivii.m of rebuttal. Hwuef*, I wonder whether he would be so arbitrary in his attitude if the sermons preached here were in support of his party, for almost uni" formly they appeared to take a contrary course. But this is a rather jaundiced view, which obscures the problem to its own detriment Fact is that I do not see how a rabbi can avoid making political evaluations if he is indeed a part of the world in which he lives. Deny him the privilege, and you are insisting that he function as little more than an instrument of dogmatic tradition and theory. Far from strengthening Judaism, such denials would weaken it A case in point is a release dated Oct. 29 from the Overseas Press Club in New York City as an interreligious statement on morality and the election campaign. The statement was prepared by Dr. Johr Bennett, of the Union Theological Seminary, and signed by Dean Francis Sayre. of the Washington Cathedral; Rabbi Maurice Eisen drath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Dr. Reinhold Neihbur. world-renowned Protestant theologian and Dr. Edler Hawkins. 'PERSONAL MORALITY A SMOKESCREEN THE STATEMENT PROTESTS the uay in which •morality as used aa a weapon in the campaign. The noted religious l< declare that •the very idea of morality is being widely distorte few episodes involving personal morality, the meaning ol which is insinuated rather than stated, are allowed to obscure fateful mon issues related to public life — moral issuesuch as lull end rights Of all citizens, the shameful squalor and poverty m our cities ai the danger of nuclear war.'' The reference to "personal morality'" obviously suggests thi Jenkins case, where a man who suffers a sexual alteration, whicl should rightly be a matter between him and i physician, habe< blown up into absurd proportion. Consequently, Jenkins and all uni could infer from his private tragedy became mere important as political issue — as a moral issue — than tor example the extreu.. right wing exemplified by groups like the Birchites and Minute Men Jenkins and Bilhe Sol Estes and Bobby Baser hence took or greater significance in GOP eyes than the lunatic fringe, whicl through the John Birch Society distributed literature in the tinal days of the campaign urging its members to arm themselves in the event ot a Goldwater defeat, with instructions how best to consolidate int.. a hard core of prototype fascist resistance. For the Republicans, from a purely pragmatic point of view this was rather dangerous territory upon which to tread. especiall> it one's memory is long enough to recall Sherman Adams and Ber nard Goldfine. AM OBLIGATION MORE THAN A RIGHT W HAT THE SPIRITUAL leaders who signed the message wen saying is that there are instances of -political immorality" on both sides of the fence, that they are in effect accidental and unpredictable, and that they seem deliberately designed to becloud tht large and fundamental issues. Does a rabbi not have the right to preach in these terms from his pulpit if he is so inclined? Does hnot have the ri^ht to say that Walter Jenkins i. hardlj the supreme question, and that Birchites and Ku Kluxers are." It seems to me he has not only the right but the obligation. On: ancient Hebrew prophets did precisely the same thing in their wn tings. Many shunned doctrinaire temple business; some, in fact argued that God could hardly be less interested in such mundant mailers — that Gods essential concern is man's humanity toward man In a more complicated society such as our-, and especially during election campaigns, the question of moralitj ineluctably finds itse entwined with politics In the JohnsonGoldwater battle, our rabbi; who spoke out were simply drawing the line between an attempt decency and outright expediency as thej saw it Right or wrong, those who would deny the rabbi tinoMigatioi do so on ideological grounds contrary to their own They are i self-eppointed guardians ol whal -.< rabbi should oi should nol what he should or should not be, And experience seems to indicat. thai the most vocal ol them are gencrall) the 1-asi qualified to i any judgment whatsoever This is after BII the protest oi Rolf Hochhuth in -The Deputy" that the spiritual leaders of Hitler's Europe chose to enshroud then selves in dogma rather than to enmesh themselves in the cruci loua life as applied to their own time, bringing the message i d>vine morality to a wo, Id sorely in need ol it, message thai might nave made a difference in human survival THt ULTIMATE PURPOSE Of THE PULPIT lAfHAT DOES A congregant want of his rabbi: A spineless, oh-, quious man mouthing eternal verities unrelated to truth awe Know It? A rugged individualist determined to -peak out whei me chips may fall? My own inclination is fraoklj toward the image oi the long since gone ghetto rabbi, mouthing his eternal verities in a circumscribed society where his moral utterances were law. Most congregants, I think, prefer the fawning flatterer: for the rabbi who judges also thinks, and the rabbi who thinks and acts upon his thoughts makes his congregation uncomfortable. In the now concluded political campaign, and the ideological vector, and vou h: u the outburst exemplified by the Miami Beach Republican, who pre ters the rabbi to confine his sermons to whal? He is. of course, not quite sure, except that he doesn't want him politicking against his own party. Hence, he pretends to higher spiritual needs. As I see it. the rabbi ought to speak out. But he must do more. Polities, sociology, literarv book reviews. Freudian psychology these are the seeming and sometimes sad grist of the pulpit. I hey should, however, be its grist in proper proportion. Where such sermons obliterate tradition, as it does so otlen. I too object and object vociferously. They should never substitute for the ultimate purpose of the pulpit in the synagogue: the presentation of spiritual .lunaism to the congregant who should know more than he does about it. But this hardly denies the rabbi his right, and indeed obligation, to be political when the occasion arises. Those who would deny him. do so for the most Immoral purpose of all: partisanship.



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    A IV, oman s World eXewisli Florldian Miami, Florida, Friday, November 6, 1964 Section B jMedical Center Workshop Slated Two national officers of the Chapter, Mrs. Jerry Leader, pre* The Medical Center has been a. pv -orach shows Mrs. William A. Bermont, Section Scholar-hairman (center), presenting annual check to Dr. ]. Riis KL associate dean of the faculties, while Mrs. William I. g.i" "ei president of the Greater Miami Sccticn. looks on. Council Adds Four New Scholarships to Program The Medical Center has been active in this area during the past 20 years, national officers of the Chapter, Mrs. Jerry Leader, presAmerican Medical Center at Denident; Coral Chapter. Mrs. Jules ver will be in Miami to help conWeston, president; Flamingo duct a workshop for the 500 momChapter, Mrs. Murray Corwm. ben m this area at the Deauville president; tropical Chapter, head I e d li\ a prac.-iclium. Mrs. Bertram i uenver is .i uauuuai, uw. i Irs George Edelson iThorpe. Mr-. Jack Groman, Mrs. sec tarian hospital and one of the ,.,. .„,...,, direclor Greater Vliaim Chapter, Mrs Lila ,,,,„.,„., with advanced and rei lunchMyers, president current cancer D, .,!!, %  on Mondaj eneral all-day ses M „rra> ..wanacting Zion Ladies to See Fashions Miami I oun< il, The American Medical Center t Denver is a national, tree, noncine of pts ro1 • Sectii u. Nationish Women, has io the number %  hip presented b> Sec Ilj students alien. I lt> "1 Miami • oi the program ...,.| 100 Hade County high ites have benefited •cholurships • was male at a re o| the scholarship %  ihe home of Mrs. Ii i man. Attending rship chairmen of all in J. Riis Owre, asso( ol the faculties of the tj ol Miami; Miss Edna Student Aid Division; JW scholarship students. Dr Owre an I Miss Pe i both 5DOke ol the need and use ol hi iarship funds, particular!) for the ab >ve-average stu lent, The university selection of scholarship students is based on grades, need and a minimum ol one and a half year's ro-idonc\ in Dad.County, Some $25,000 has been used by Council lor these scholarships, which are on a loan basis, with a repayment plan starting one year alter graduation The students, selected on a nonsectarian basis, have since taken their place in society as doctors. lawyers, dentists and engineers. Many of the students are now teaching in Dade County schools. expects a i >eord turnout for the workshop which will ken into specific [or secrel treasurers, ways and means committees, membersi ip chairman, and other officers There are five chapters in the Greater Miami area: Biscayne son's Dress Shop on Coral Wa> Paid-up members ol the Sisti I ood wi re uests al a partj Wednesday evening .it Temple Zion Mr, George Klein • In charge potash membership of reservations tor the at. air. which will feature styles by Par vice president, was in charge. Temple Zion Sisterhood is plan. iun< heon •mi\ fashion lor Tuesday neon. Nov. 17. at the Seville Hotel. d p3 ey\o^ v (01 \ ual Thanksgiving Dance of the Miami YMHA Branch, set Ineeday evening, Nov. 25. lfc being planned by a conv nder the chairmanship of Marshall Major second from Shown at a planning meeting ar3 (left to right) Mr. Mrs. Nathan Cynamon and Mr. and Mrs. Major, umer of the committee include Mrs. Samuel Gordon. Mrs^ -: Stein, and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell WmThe event egin at 9 p.m.. in the "Y" auditorium. 4S0 SW 16th Ave. n J by ISABEL GRCVE !>> I %  whi ii. W il i i or;. A | I Dia out py rmal green Batin (rock top•wih matching cape stole dark, attractive Florence she and her husband Dr. J. Gersten celebrated two milestones last Saturday For the Miami Beach couple, i quarter century of marine! for youngest son Robil was Bar Mitzvah time ala reception marking the celebrations held at the %  Jville Hotel Rounding the family circle for the hap eekend were son Richard 18 who came from Ft. Benmng. Go where he is stationed With the U.S. Army, and oldest son, 21-year-old Barry, who flew in from Puerto Rico, where he is in his junior year at the Inter American University A '" Florences three sisters, with spouses. Toby and Dr. Harry Pace Eleanor (Honey) and William Norton. Dorothy and Charles Coleman. and Dr Oer%  ten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. IsiContinuad on P9 B *



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    age 10-A •KtewislrFleridHair Leaders Find Red Mission Locked to Their Plea Continued from Pge 1-A (I lighted "yahrteit" candles i \\mbolize remembrance not the dead but of the living and express the mortal danger reatening Jewish cultural and unions lite in the L'SSR."' walkto the Soviet headquarters lolling a meeting in Hunter Col,e Auditorium addressed by wish leaders. Sen. Keating and his Democratic opponent. Rob%  K. Kennedy. %  Cennedy read the telegram •m President Johnson, which cle'. red in part: The position of the Jewish nmunity in the Soviet Union is matter of deep and continuing icern to me, to this adminisition and to millions of thoughtJ I people throughout the U.S. All responsible officials in our vernment," the President said. ontinue to search for practical thods of alleviating the position Soviet Jews."' Earlier, Sen. Keating had :->rged that the U.S. State De: rartment "deliberately refused to put the U.S. government on record against Soviet antiSemitism." Mr. Kennedy told the meeting that the issue of Soviet antiSemi tlsm "should be put on the agenda of American foreign policy for action by all appropriate government agencies, including the State Department At the Hunter College meetinu. the delegate? unanimously adopted "a summons to action in behalf of our fellow Jews entrapped in the vast and terrifying Soviet zone of silence." Immediate goals of the resolution were: "To prod the conscience of the Soviet oppressors; to focus awareness on the Soviet pattern of anti-Jewish injustice; to alert the new leaders who have assumed power in the Soviet that oppression of Jews shall not be passed over by us in silence; and to persuade our own government to use its mighty prestige and influence to urge to Soviet leadership that elementary justice and rights be granted to Soviet Jewry." The 18-point position left with jthe Soviet UN Mission called on the Soviet government: To eradicate anti-Semitism by a vigorous educational effort conducted by government and party; to permit the free functioning of synagogues and private prayer meetings; to remove hindrances to the observance of sacred rites such as religious burial and circumcision; to make possible the production and distribution of religious articles such as prayer i shawls and Jewish calendars; to restore all rights and facilities for [the production and distribution of] I matZOth and kosher food; to fur-; nish tacilities for the publication of Hebrew Bibles, prayer books I and other religious texts in the i necessary quantities. To permit the organiiation of I a nationwide federation of synagogues; to sanction the right of | such a federation to associate with organizations of co-religionists abroad; to permit Jews to make religious pilgrimages to the holy places in Israel; to make it possible for all qualified applicants to attend the Moscow Yeshiva, to provide facilities for the establishment of additional Yeshivoth as needed, and to en"able rabbinical students to study at seminaries abroad. To provide schools and other facilities for the study of Yiddish and Hebrew, and of Jewish history, literature and culture; to permit Jewish writers, artists and other intellectuals to create their own institutions for the encouragement of Jewish cultural and artistic life; to reestablish a Yiddish publishing house, and to publish books in Yiddish by classi. cal and contemporary Jewish writers; to reestablish Yiddish state theatres in major centers of Jewish population, and to publish Yiddish language newspapers with national circulation; to eliminate discrimination against Jews in all areas of Soviet public life; to end all propaganda campaigns which use anti-Semitic stereotypes, implied or overt: to halt the discriminatory application of maximum Frififly, November 6, 1864 penalties, including the death sentence, against Jews for alleged gg 4 economic crimes; to make it pospible on humanitarian grounds for Soviet Jews who are members of families separated as a result of the Nazi holocaust to be re-united with their relatives abroad. Toastmasters Hear Goldberg North Miami Beach Toastmasters Club was treated to a surprise guest speaker last Tuesday with the appearance of Stanley Goldberg, city manager of North Miami Beach. Goldberg addressed the grup on "Metro Government: Pro and Con." Other speakers of the evening included Herb Siegel, Mai Marcus, Chuck Stewart, and Tony Tannachion. Toastmasters Area Gov. Fred Thompson and North Miami Beach Club President Mel Daum joint ly announced plans for the forth ing award of charter and installa tion ceremonies to be held at Hurricane Harbor Lounge on Saturday, Nov. 21. NORTON TIRE CO TIRES SALE PRICED %,.r WORLD'S URGES r B.F.Goodrich Tlftf DIALER \ 11 STOtfS SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA SINCE 1924 BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY ALL SIZES BLACKWAU. Tunrrn JM une taoxu 400KII TOIJ rants TeSnts *eat* iii Mi**. *• tit tm Mir prrfrr=rn: —.. -... — _*-...,„ ,„. NO MONEY DOWN FREi, FAST MOUNTING We Honor Local Department Star* Credit Cards A National Oil Company Credit Cards. Budget Terms Arranged! OPEN SUNDAY 9001 S. Dixie Highway 1700 N.E. 163rd Street 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue B. F. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guaranteed 24 Months! PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 as low as Complete Safety FRONT END JOB INCLUDES: 9 • Aligning front and |U • Balancing front wheel Jl H • MjtuthH canker w • Adjusting cuter • Adjusting toe-out • Adjusting steering • Repacking front wheel bearings WE ALSO CHECK: Brakes Ball Joints Shock Absorbers Muffler Tail pipe Air conditioned and torsion bar cars shiftily higher All Work Is Done By Eipert. Factory Trained Mechanics' Complete Safety BRAKE JOB 95 INCLUDES: Replacing lining on all 4 wheels Overhauling all wheel cylinders Oilm #1 "** • Turning all drums (if needed) ML • Adjusting brakis ^T %  ^^ • Bleeding brake lines eeaaai %  • Filling brake system with new fluid WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings v Shock absorbers Springs ,' Grease seals Master cylinder / Emergency hand brake Chevrolet, Corvair, Falcon. Ford, Rambler. Villan All Other American Cars IM.04 Lifetime Guaranteed MUFFLERS You'll NEVER have to BUY another muffler for your present car. Ours are guaranteed for the life of your car. PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION Prices Start At 95 %  "< NORTON We do NOT "Farm Out'' our credit accounts to finance companies! Br Goodrich Our 40th Year MIAMI 9300 N.W. 27th A. open 24 hours & all day Sunday 500 wast Flacltr St S.W. Ith St. S77S NORTH MIAMI 133M N.W. 7th Ave. MOUTH MIAMI BEACH 1700 N.C. I Mr* St. open 'til S p.m. Sundays J a.m. to S pi MIAMI BEACH 14S4 Alton Raad SOUTH OAOE •Ml S. Dilit Hey. open 'III 8 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ml ALE AH 1101 W. 41th St. WEST HOLLYWOOD 0017 Hollywood IM. at statf Road -; HOMESTEAD 30100 Sovlh Federal Hwy. FT. IAU0EROAIE 1IM W. Iroond 11. 4 2()2 W. Irtward ily. WIST PALM BEACH 027 North OUit MECHANICAL SERVICE AVAILABLE At AIL STORES!



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    Friday. Norer-ber 6, 1964 +Jew1stncrMia i m Page 9-Jt W vr:-. r-'-'iBMKKM mm. TOWE RS PRIVATE TERRACES ... 95o of these luxury oportments have their own pnvote breeze-catching terraces. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING your OAI-I Weo'hrrrra'-er, lotcst ond moit mode %  tem for Central Hejtinq and). Coo'mrj. Individually onIrolled through o rr.. %  %  %  :t in every apartrnent OS 1 i ... r the ten %  aturo ct the r choice the war round PRIVATE PARKING u> md 0,0*000 parking with good on-t eground fa t >--ir au'sts c second CO' ELEVATOR SERVICE a bank of four h 9(1 speed, conveniently placed] Elevators in each building, | Security 24 hours. DOORMAN SERVICE ... to park v,Our cars, etc., 1 day ord r VAiO SERVICE Available. DELUXE KITCHENS fully equipped with thai finesl modern e'ectnc op-| piionces. seporate service entronot.l INTERIOR CORRIDORS carpeted woll-to-wah\ adding luxury and com'ort. SERVICE CORE Outomotie wa:he-; and] dryers on each Mcor. D jl chute in service CO'ndcr. BATHROOMS oppci"ted) t.led bathrooms. WALK-IN CLOSETS there isomi no matter '~:* extensive ouc, v. jrdrobe 3 SWIMMING POOLS fro =".1 oit water. 1200 FOOT BOARDWALK shodc.i ith P?\a\ P:'m5,| COFFEE SHOP-RESTAURANT ... oil day sers.-; p;'i< luncheens and room service. RECREATION ROOM fcr 1.3rd ploying, e-*er. tainir; s.jr Mends Or Catering pnvote parties. YACHT BASIN .... ng Fac litlts '*' -u all I/. :'!?< FURNISHED APARTMENTS _/ INTEREST po.rf to tenant or all i security deposited u %  • s r 1 MODELS OPEN NOV. 1st. ft AT 11th ST. ond V/EST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH (9 AM 10 5 P.M 01 • >, sppo niinent) fORTE TOWERS need we speok of elegance, of luxury, of beautifully designed ultra-modern apartments and breathtaking spacious grounds on Biscaync Bay? Of course not you expect this from the long-heralded FORTE' TOWERS. _This palatial estate offers every feature for a life of ease and pleasure usually reserved for the very few. However, FORTE' TOWERS' modest rentals pv;an now most,may enjoy its countless wonderful advantages! FIRST BUILDING ... 90% RENTED! RENTALS EFFICIENCIES fROM DELUXE EFFICIENCIES fROM BEDROOM APARTMENTS FROM *115 125 DELUXE BEDROOM APARTMENTS*$ WITH!BATHS 80M 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS "•* 2 FUlLMTHRO0MS f l ,oM ^fV 1 ?s only u p to 3rd floor nd subject 10 change without notke $ 145 185 5 205 GENERAL ELECTRIC MICHAEL FORTE' Builder-Owner i Melvin Grossman, AIA Achitect Herman llowite, General Manager ARKIN Construction Co., General Contractor 1 i voted by the committee. ..I



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    Fridc; Nov embe r 6. 1964 +Jmlsli fhrMl&rj Page 15-B I'M Al.si,, A,.-., died Oct. 27. Riverside. KIEVAL. Mr. <:.-. .,,,.!.-. ;,;,, „f •.;;-, sard >i Sei v.. ,. s ,,, Brooklyn. RiverHide. MARKEL. Leonard. 81, ... 827J Bay J lew I. mi.Servlcex in New Turk Riverside NATMdNiON. Mm. Gertrude, 71 M BBAT* R U V "'"' Riverside. SPATZ. Mm \,.,,.,. Jo, ,.f IUI Iln* AVI s. r\ l<. > in i -11i-;—... my. • i nidi FliNIKELSTEIN. Ill njumln. 7S, %  liurdliiu \\... s. i \., | n \, u y or y rit} Riverside. GROSS, .i.r ,ih, of ".I" W.st u Service* in Chicago, Riverside. KISSIN, Vlliel't, 7.1, ..I mo SI-: r.iiih ve., Mini, nli s.i v| r(nl | n tli f. LEGAL NOTICE PittsIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64779 IN UK: IN. 1.1. ..I ROSE \ in IXIUIIAL'M I '. % % %  >.. il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All I •. rsons Having: Claims or Demands Again*! Said Estate: Vim are hereby notified and required t" present any claim* and demands which you may hav< agalnal ill.. estate ..i RUSK A. HoNKiRAI M deceased late of l>ade Couuty, h'lorlda, to the County Judges "i Bade County, and file ih, lami in duplicate and an nrovlued In Section ..;::. hi. I lorldi LEGAL NOTICE WADLER. Ma\. T'.i i I ",.\ S Shorn In Service, in New' V„k ini:,v %  a J, Mta *J th *} r ,' fn Y' s "' l1 '" ''"'"B lde, %  < > Courthouse in l)ade County, KlorDavid Pinsfti Folk School da, .i inn KI.N I alendai monl hi fi nn the linn of Hifirst imblicatlon hereof, the Nuue will he barred. Mated it Miami, Kiorida, thin 2nd Idaj i.i November, A.l>. 1964. David I'inski Folk School will Mouuis HOMUBAIJI hold an (.no, Shabbat on Friday; ^""^S'unV! £2£W at Farband Labor Zionist Center ri publlcaiion of thin notice on 842 Washington Ave. Program I ^IERBN 1 *; uou JEN ***' 1M4, will include Louis Lasavin, prinAttornej for MOITIH HunigUium, cipal oi the school, and Ben Yomen. Aomlnlslrai '• %  111) mpia Building Miami, i-'i-.i i.i.t 2:|i.;. 11 8-I3-20-27 rrv 3ime:it, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ciment, of 1330 Drexel ve Miami Beach, is at the summit of academic success at fab va College, the under-graduate liberal arts and sciences :olle: e for men at Yeshiva University. Dr. Isaac Bacon (riqht). lee:, oi the colleqe, congratulates Ciment a sophomore, for rig a perfect 4.0 academic average during the 1963-64 cacemlc year. Ciment is a graduate of the Mesivta Senior ligr. School in Miami Beach, where he was class valedictorin, rJass president, and a member of the National Ho or Sole'. • hey Make The Dean's List LEGAL NOTICE .,:Cn ol 1330 Drexel nal Zisquit, "f 1315 Le; A %  and Lester Kaufman, oi %  t, have been named to List at Yeshiva ColNew York City, Dr. Isaac tor lean, announced last week. Yeshiva College is the men's Ml. lergraduate college ol liberal arts and scienceol Yeshiva University. To qualify for the Dean's list, a student must maintain at least a 3.4 (B-plus) academic average. Oli i t id a r i € s HE'. .!• : i ol 9563 Ha\ Rd lh. %  %  w i 'ohen, operntoi of • ii .ni. died Oct. 81. i.K i of 1861 N\V Mli i ;..i don PI %  j 1711 KW -"'Hi Si BE • • •; %  ,,r 83 lull Sei v :i i." III New 1: .. rsidi VK'.OFF 11 .. :. 72, of 132 NW i Service* in SI il rdon OMAN • "" :;. 1 %  1: \. N1 w %  JA.MK n.,11. .-I. III \. N\ \ '• %  III .. .7 s w 1 .. • 23 1 ii don 70, IC-EL ol JIM 1st .1 vi \l, RIVI L .1 [I ., Ker\ .• • In K;\ 1 1 ~nl. 56, of 111". Ni: ill i 23 s. n n 1 '•II>. Klveralde. 71 of 11*11 '| d'ed 1 let. :"'.. Rlvel vide NSTEIN, Mi I--I-.II,, %  -. I ..1 v Her\ lei H in Ni iv i.l.EPSON. MrMolly, 7(1, "f 2USII %  %  Ice* in New V1.1 k t MiI'lm. 11. S of 1443 ilii .1 11. 1 22 Rivi 1 lilai h • flower. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. ***rsfxcnra 31V! )i /. SH CIV MtmiI> MAUVJU __ f*...,.„. MO 1-7693 HASENJAECER. Battle illn/-ni. 7'.'. of 1^7'.". NK 111it Ct., died <• '• --' Ulvei li EINZINGER. MM MM-. "S. Of tti rolllmi An fSordon. KAPLAN. I:, nl.illiill. 77. % %  128 M. -i i %, rim don LiSKER. i--.|ili. 77. ol 121 Jeffer...,,, .n. .-.-I v leva in Chic an. l-.lawlieri! SCHWARTZMAN. MiAnna II r %  .: %  _". Alton IUI., d •• i -"• Uh ei side BRANDT. Mlw Anna, 50 .i il'%  B 27lh St., died '" r COLD, ci'.'.-.i. S3, "i Morton Tow, |.. ill, i i MI 17. .-.. %  In Tarpon ~''.!! I ":i SALOMON. MiMinnie, -I. of 2942 I' ne Ti. In. .1:, .1 i %  < %  : III f*r\ i, -In Oi l.iii'l... l-'li Rh GOLDBERG. 1'" Ida, • >, "I IM • Mi iId v %  -•-'' • • '! N 'lordon. KAPLAN. Harry ID, of !0 55th St. Si I • lei in I lo-tnll. N 7ABOW. SII il 74, "'l Royal v v. Servl • %  .n Mapli I, '"i \. \ in.in FlNKEL. KM.,. 77. "'" 111" DlcXel %  \ .' i| \.,\ %  • ;.!don BFRUF"=. r-h nl. i II SI IVi -i Ave lllank COHEN. Max, '.'•. •'!' 1042 SW ltli si Ol don SNOWDEN. n rard II i"4, of !2 NK '-i \%. Ill TAUB. Mm Mi '. -• ol 331 K-i'iii\, ii .In New V"i-k Clt) I: \ %  rxlde. TEPPER, Mi Knl • • U'anhiiiKlon V\e, Services In New\ I Rivi YOUNG. MiI:-— •'.. 71. of 101 ...ni. FEIT, I'll:.. I %  i Collins V ... ItlVl KLE,i\. "i Wl Mi \\. Ulvi WHITE. Mar n 11.. ( %  I'olI nAvi S-l \ ill III I'l de. 3N". DERM AN. Mrs Ih VK ISiill SI Ui\ei -nl-RANK. Mi I... I.-. ." %  '. of 1023 Knl si., ih. .1 i • %  .' Rlvel Ride LEVIN. MiSarah, 7v of M'27 I Ave., died '" II Rlv< MiLLER, tinted il, ol 1*9 .Royal I'olnclnnn Blvd ili.-.l lict. 30. Ooriinii. TAYLOR. Katie, M. of 173 No Show i ii. Si i \ i. i s iii Allan11, i"n\. ".in WIENER. Joaeph, 7.".. nf M5 th si died Oct. 89. Rh erslde. HUNT, i'.i inw'.. :•-'. of 1989 No ciladea Ur. Riverside. RESNICK. Mm. Mora, 73. of I0IM Col" llns Ave. i. : SCHWARTZ, Mrs. Miriam II.. BS, of li>f>0 7th St. Bervloaa in Now York i BRESSACK. Harry B. and Hattle, ef .1... .nn K.ll Ave., died Oct. -S. tiorlll'll i COMAR. Abe, 67. of 1*87 Buclld Ave., died i icl -"'• Services In New Yurie. 'GREENFIELD. Arthur II. 67, nf 1440 ,-u Li>i si., died Oct. 26. Gordon flEIMAN. Ma'% III A., 11, "I I'-l ''nlllm Ave., died Oct. W Riverside WEISS. Albert, 7,, 7784 Abbotl Ave died s Riverside. EutLai L.N, >il lioldl. 93, "f 1083 llSdi St. II KUNIN. l-hlllp 86, of 920 SW H'lli i CROWN. \ .1 •' '" 1 H i HIHstH. Ml Ii • %  ol 1801 111 %  .%  I... i UMCNO. .WI.-.I.I IHMI l-i • %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JiiDir-ai r'o/-iM-r QF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN OHANLfcrt* No. b4C 12231 MARILYN M t'LAUKI-: Plalntlfl \ M: run: c t'LARKK, i >, i, II lant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti '. Arthur i". flai I '..l"!!!!".. I '. \ I..|| You. ARTHI R c 1'I.ARKI-:, an hereb) iiotlfleil that ii lllll ol t'omplaiul foi Divorce has been filed I, .• ii.l v "ll al I i|i; serve |i) .i j our Anawei "i I'll .idnu to tin lllll ..i t'omplninl on the fl Attorne). I'allot, Murks, i. .nil.. n, I-..|,|I-I. ,v Horwlch, 1304 Altred I duPonl llullillng, Mi.mil :'.:'. hTortdn and file tin orlRlnal Answei oi I'leadlim In ill..ffii ..i Hii !lri nit i 'in i "ii or before the 7th day -t l '• i mber, 1964. If you fall to do no, judgment by default \*'ll be taken aieainsl S'ou for the relief demanded in ihiiiii -I Complaint. This in'ii-.-hail inpublished once .nli week for four consecutive weeks .n TI1K .IKWISII ll.oKll'lAN. DON'S AND ORDERED at Mlnnii. i i'--i'ia, thi-iili ila> of November, A I' 1964. i: B. I.I: VTHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Kloridu (-..ill ll> : K. M. I.YMAN Oeput) Clerk Pallor, Marks, Lundi en, Popped S Horwlch I3ul Allied I duPont Bulldlnfi M .1. II ii ::;, Elorlaa Attorneys for Plaintiff 1! B-13-20-2T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCEBY. No. 64C 11257 DOLLAR SA VINOS HANK OK THE CITY nl-' NEW YORK Plaintiff, \ s. Kl NNETH \V. Sl'TTON, el UK et al I'. i, iidants. NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 120/1 in RE: Adoption of Donald Alston Pan. .i minor l ij : Jack Raj Vanla ndlnKham, Instepfather PETITION FOR ADOPTION TO: '. R. PARR li, -iii.n. n iknow II Vim. W R, IARH, in • I by notified thai a Petition for Adopt I >i has i" -n filed, and you are re*ru rei i., sen .. '•"!'> of your A n,\ ei -i PleadlnK '" HiPetition foi \ ll loi Donald Alston Parr on the Plaintiffs STANLEY I-: Ot MIDMAN, -'!-" X W. B2 SI ml, PI i i i.Xfoi 'I -'.'-' anil file 11 Kinal Answer "i i'teudlns In thi • %  'lice uf il Plerk of the Circull Coui". on or In fore Ihe 7ili da) •-! I • • I..-I-. 1961. n you fall i" 'I" so, Judgment by defnull "ill be taken naulnsl M,.I for Hirelief demanded In the Mill .if Complaint. This notice shall be published mice ..nil week f" i"in consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH rLOltlDI VN. 1'ii.vi: AND liRDEUKD al Miami. Florida, ilii^ '-"ill da) m i •• t %  • I•• r, V.D. 1961. E II. LEATHERM iX, "• u cull '..'ni. I' nli 'nunl) II -i -i'lii %  ''.. • -11 rtj %  r ("OPELAND. l'.|.nl\ I'lerk ST \vi i'v K •;< %  • -I 'M IN 26^S N" VV 62 Sir. el Miami. I l-i i.la i iXfoi I Attorne) l-i I' li ". i :. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCL-'II TO Kenneth W Sutlon and Jane M OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE 1 wife, rf nidi n< COUNIV. IN CHANCCRY. noun, ami II remarried, No. 6-lC i200j • unknown spouses, n llvlns HdKACK MAItKLEY ami ii" dead, the unknown heirs, Plain a. %  -i". -. arantees, as\.-. Miii". Ilenoi-H. ii.-iiii'.i-. irusIRADK1.I. MARBLEY I..oi lllll SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ilia l>), iln.mull, iimI. i ... UKuinsl : %  IRADELL MARKLE^ an) "i Ihe above named defendi\In, ai. dtn-eased Philadelphia, I'ennsylvanla You ai. hereby notified that thi You, IRAOELL MAUI1LEY, are above t-aptioned action has been Inhereby notified n ll % %  Bill ol %  stituied iiKitinst you in inCircuit pliiini i"i Divorci has been Court of iln Eleventh Judicial l"irnaalnsl you, ami you are I—Iip) of your Answ cull "f Ploridn in and i"i Dade County I,, foreclose a moriunge upon the ( the Clerk lollowlnm described real property: l.i'i IN I'.i". k 30 CORAL, W AY VILLAC.K SECTION A. Part "•. %  UH'ordlng I" the I'l.n thereof, rtcorded in Plat Book 63 al Page 17 of the Public Records "i 1'a.iCounty, Ploridn. You are miulred to file a responsive pleading to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, ami serve n copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney' MARTIN KINK. Dads Pederal I'.uildinu. Miami. Florida :::.i:u. n"t later than December NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring '" enu under the fictitious name ol NAT"li INWIDK SECURITY SERVICES I tulldlng, M i.urn. Ploi i,la Intends lo i eglster .lid n iim n Ith the 'lerk of : iiClrouit i 'oui I of I Udi l 'ollllt) I '. -' i'i MARTIN STEIN • AIIMN iS Rl ITHENIIERl I Al '.'i ne) .l-i Mm tin Bteln, Applli ill %  Building, Miami. Pin II 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ''l'H ll is IIBREBY CIV KN thai the undersigned, desiring iengavi In htiMlness undei the fictitious name -i l: MM' iNI'M S ITALIAN <11SI.NI: al SiM N.w. 7i'ili Street, Miami, Plorlda Intends i" register said name with the i 'ii ii. "f the Circuit Court of Dade Count). Plorlda. RAYI. Ml'. INC. In RAYMi >N I' LAl'DISIO I'i Ident MAN i: C.REENPIELD, EStJ A i lorne) '-I Applli am in Ii i -,i Center M in ni, I."liii.i II 6-13-211-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I *' NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai ll %  nn.i, signed i, has III -iiiil. r lhRctltious n. in.. • ..V'lHlCE I' IS.METIC & Si'NI IRY -.i ii .1 • • nun i —i 111" s I n\i11 I.I w > in 11 < %  i i: ol Coral Ualiles, Plori.i Intends to nster the .ild name with iln Clerk of iiiCircuit Courl -I Dade County. Plorlda. ii ii ai Miami. Bade County, this 2'ith da) of •> %  i"l" i. 1964. THE i-A.MPl S COSMETIC .v Sl'NDRY SIKH'. INC By: Itelene Alter Kan:-. I'reslrtenl Winifred Alter, Vlce-Prea., Treas. Joseph Him-.-. S..->. HARRY MROiJBN Attorne) f"i Applicant ttnl.l'sn.v & DIAMOND 407 Lincoln Komi Miami Beach, i-i-riiia 11 li, IS, % %  !•'. -7 1984, "i :i Decree Pro Confesso "ill he • ntered aiiuinst you. DATED: iK-iober 30. 1984. E. I: LEATHERJIAN Clerk "f the Circuit Colin By: C. P. COPEIJAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN PINE I MilPederal Building Mi.,mi. Florida 131 II li i; 13. 20, 27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12011 BEN STIKMAN. Plaintiff, vs BETTY BECKETT STCRMAN, l ii fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in. BECKY BECKETT STCRMAN .. MrRose i 'li-i-maii 1.1 : %  ; No, Roi kwell Mrei Chicago, Illinois YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED linn ii C plalnl for Dlvoice liii ilnsi you, and i. Mini' I Iserve a cop) In servi i' Ing i" the Bill "I Complain! "ii %  In Plaintiffs nttoi in SHEVIN, HI M il i.MAN" & HOLTZMAN, 346 SeyI...I.I Building, Miami 32, Plorlda. ind ill. the original Answer or Pleading, in the office of the Clerk "l the Circuit Court "li ol before the 7ili day of December, 1964. If you fall I.. .I., so, Judgment by default will I., taken against you foi the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week foi four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this J'.iili day of October, A.D. 1964 F. i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dnde County, Florida ic'iivnit Courl Si ill By: '' I.. ALEXANDER, Deputy Clerk SHEVIN. OOODMAN A HOLTZMAN 346 SeylKild Building \ii-.„., %  ; % %  i. .i ALVIN GOODMAN .\u \ foi I'i. i. mill 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64766-B In RE: Esl iti VTHERINE KLLERY. Deci iisi .I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All %  dltors n nd All Pel ns | Havlnu or Demand Aga inst Said Estal : You ai heroh) i ilfled and n il ill red I|in nn claims and demands w Iii. ii \ mi ma: ha\ n ai. in. stnti oi '• \TIII:I:INI: KLLERY, r youi deceased late of Dade County, KimViiswer or Pleading i" the Coinidaliu Ida, %  • thi Count) Judges -f Dade ,„ pialnl lorneys, SMITH ,\ Count) anil file the same In d M VNDLER 107 Lincoln Road, Mian nd I In Sectii n Beach Plorlda and file Hi 'Iglnal Florida Statutes, In their offlcei a me In the office of the Clerk the Count) Courtlm -• In Bade Colin• a' HiCircuit Court mi or bef ty, Plorlda, withm -i\ calendar the 7th da) of December. 1964. If | months from thi time of the first %  il fail I,, il.. .... judgmenl b) di fault will be taken against you ror the relief di n anded in the Complaint. In INK AND I 'Rl ERE1' al M ami, I Ida, III 29th day of i • %  tobi i 1964, i; i: LEATHERM VN i '|el k i I'-nil 'mil t I lade Count) Florida By; K M I.VMAN I ii put \ i 'lerk 11 •:. 13, 20, J7 publication i • ri of, m thi same >III l„barred. Dated ai Miami. Plorlda, this 2Mb n l lol i. A.D l'":i M VR1AN ROEHL As Pvecutrlx KCRT WELl.ISCIi Attol n-i for i l-i.. i -I CATHERINE ELI KRY I 1.7 Alii -i'l \ I II %  i '"i al i lahli .-. I"i Ida 3"1" I II 6, 13, 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai .lie undersigned, desiring to engage n business under Ihe fictitious name of SOUTHERN SALES CO., al number 43 E. loth Lane in Ihe t'itv .r Miiil.-iih. Florida Intends to register the siid name with the Clerk ..I the Circuit Court of Dade OounIN. Florida, Dated in Miami. Florida, this Nth October, 1964. H i HERN BEAUTY I HRTRIHI'TORS COMPANY, INC.. A l poratlon l'. Shi nl-"! 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    +Jeist tk>rldlia,n Page 3-A leading PuMfc Officials on Committee 1 For iNF'? Kennedy Peace Forest Dinner %  KMOUH SILVERMAN 'Silverman Will Receive Award Over fio public officials, national, state, county, and city, have accepted membership on the lionorajv Cajnaittee for tinJohn P. Kennedy PA£fl Award dinner, wliiih will be held ;d the Kontaineb lo au Hotel "n Sunday evening, Dec. (5. This is the firsl state dinner -pi'n^orocl by the Jewish National Fund Council ol Greater Miami. Headed bj (i<>\ Farris Bryant and Democratic Gov.-Nominee Haydon Burns, the roster ol public officials honoring the occasion also includes Dr, Irving Lehr%  nan. chairman of the JNF Foundation, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowttc, president of the Southeast Region of JNF. Guest speaker will be Sen. Ab(h*m Ribicoff i D. Conn.), former Governor of Connecticut and member of the late President Kennedy's Cabinet. Israel Lodges Sharp Protest; Seeks Membership in UN Body Silverman, who serv* an of the recent The dinner is part of 50 other state dinnecs being held in the i s at approximately the same tune to stimulate interest in the i.in >,. ..... .... j (1 | in p_ K,.|im f j\ Peace Fores! in : Sholom-Israel Dinner rgrael been singled out for ^ K( |in ,, ]v fam| ,,.„ ipprov Mt .„t. it was revealed p(] )hp forest which „,„ ,„. locat Minister of Develop((| jn Ihi Iiu]( ,. m ml|s Th( en Almogi, who was trance l0 tlu tanA w n h( a ,he (linner white marble pavillion. with 50 1'pot pleting an extended pylons, each pylon representing a included major cities state in the Union. i States, Almogi said Leon J. Ell, president of the ,ni Temple Beth local JNF, Zev W Kogan, Dr. el dinner at the Doral Lehrman and Rabbi Abramowitz ; in Miami "'was the are at present working out the inner in attenddetails lor the distinguished gath. -rit and in sale of Isering. those he attendThe principal highlight of the Dec G dinner will be the awarding of the John I. Kennedy Peace Award Medallion and the designation of the honoree, whose name will be permanentl) inscribed on SEN. ABRAHAM RIBICOFF Young Composers Contest Revealed All-Miami Youth Symphony this week announced Us fourth annual Youth Composers Contest sponsored bj Miami Beach Councilman Kenneth Oka and his father. Samuel oka. for original symphonic compositions by young people in Dade County through the ... e of ii>. Students may submit a lour to 10 minute orchestral composition, complete with score and parts, by Mar. 15, 1965 Prizes of sioo. $:>o. and $25 will be awarded to first, second, and third winners, with a performance of the winning composition by the Youth Symphony, Compositions are to be addressid to All Miami Youth Symphony, P.O. Box 866.i. Universitj ol Miami Branch, Coral Gables 46, Fla. UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Israel lodged a sharp protest this week with the chairman of the 1 latest and largest bloc of United Nations members, the so-called "Group nl 77" of developing conn tries, for being excluded from a meeting of the group and for "unworthy strategems and manipulations" which were employed to keep Israel out of the group. The protest was sent in a letter from Michael Comay, Israel's permanent representative here, to Syed Anijacl Ali. of Pakistan, chairman of the Group of Developing Countries. The group consists of 77 Afro Asian delegations. including Arab and Latin Amen can representatives. Mr. Ali had announced that a full-scale meeting of the entire group would be held. However, upon the insistence of the Arab bloc and fellow-Moslem members, Mr. Ali suddenly called the group to a meeting without inviting Israel. The right of Israel to full membership in the group was to have been on the agenda of the meeting as originally scheduled. "I did not attend the meeting," Mr. Comay wrote to Mr. Ali "be cause "t the short notice at which the time was changed. However. to avoid any misunderstanding. I wish to state categorically that we -hall continue to exercise our right to participate in the work i f the group, and I must formally request that we be given full facility to do SO, including notification ol meetings, and any change in their time and place. "There can be no bona fide and objective grt und for our exclusion from the group," Mr. Comaj continued. pyttt? 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    mat* IM.R Page 12-B *> Jr* '# F1*r8r****r %  ; Friday. November 6. 1964 J^ar NE not.Ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah or Saturday morning, Nov. 7. at Betl Torah Congregation; with Rabb Max v Lipschitz officiating, and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum ;.si sting Rabbi Lipschitz will present him with a Bible on behall of the Mollie K.dianer Sisterhood. The celebrant will continue his Jewish education in the fitt. un. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and grade of the Hebrew class .,t Betl Cantor Maurice N< u will Officiate. Gerald is a seventh grade at John F, Kennedy Junior High School. Kiddush reception will follow Torah Religious School vices conducted by win Stauber. An eighth grade student at John F. Kennedy Junior High, the cele-1the"service Mark Libow brant plays trombone in the school Mark Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs band. His hobbies are music and Irwin Wilensky Alexander Libow. of 901 W. 47th baseball. 0n S;itur( i av m0 rning, Nov. 7 St., will observe his Bar Mitzvah Robert is the son of Mr. and, Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will of on Saturday morning. Nov 7. at Mrs. Sidney Barshak. 840 NE I ficate at the Bar Mitzvah of Irlie is interested in golf bowling Temple Beth Sholom. wtfh Rab!7>ith Ter., and is a carrier for the win Benjamin, son of Mr. and and tennis, and has won awards Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. bi Leon Kronish official^ Miami News. Mrs. Herbert Wilensky, during in swimming and archerv Lazarus Skolnick. 1461 Stillwater Mark is a student in tht Randolph Marks Bar Mitzvah ol Randolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marks, wil be celebrated Saturday, Nov. 7 at Temple Emanu-KI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Randy is in the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High School Dr. D. will celebrate his Bar MitzSholom en Saturday morning. Nov. 5726 7 :t Temple Menorah. with RabMayer Abramowitz officiating. An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the cele•t also attends the Temple Religious School. A dinner reception at the Aimers Hotel will honor the Bar Mitzvah. Here for the occasion will be his grandmother, Mrs. A. Rolnick, of New York. Marsha Klugerman Temple Beth Am will be the site of the Bas Mitzvah of Marsha Kit norman on Saturday morning, Nov. 7. with Dr. Herbert Baumgard and Cantor Charles Kodner officiating. Marsha is an eighth grade student at Palmetto Junior High. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.-. Gerald Klugerman, of 10595 SW 62nd Avc. Following the service, a Kiddu-h reception honoring the Bas Mitzvah will be held in the Temple Youth Lounge. Beth Confirmation Class oi services at Temple Judea. Mrs. Freda Friedelson. RandyRobert Kay Irving Lehrman will ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robofficiate. Karen Stern Irwin is in the eighth grade at grandmother, will attend the Ba: Bas Mitzvah of Karen Hope South Miami Junior High School. Mitzvah. Stern will be celebrated on Fri-llle holds certificates in waterThe celebrant will be honored day. Nov. 6. at Beth Torah Con-1 skiing and swimming, has a coin at a reception Saturday evening at id-jglegation. Dr. Max Lipschitz will, collection, and is an amateur the Ring's Bay Yacht and Counweather man. He plans to contry Club. Alan Eisman Alan Eisman. son of Mrs. An%  ette Eisman and the late Herman J. Eisman. will be Bar Mitz.. Ii on Saturday. Nov. 7. at TemAdath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor Maurice Neu will officiate. Alan is an eighth urader at the 1 ihn F. Kennedy Junior High School and an honor student. He won honors in rifle marksiship. and has a stamp collecKiddush reception will follow ice Soria Miller Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will date at services "n Friday Nov. 6, in Beth David i ue when Sonia, daughter \lr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, will Mitzvah. Sonit eighth grade stut at Rockaway Junior High WANTED: Companion to Elderly Lady Kosher Horn". No Housekeeping. Live in. all extvnses paid plus salary. Coll 8:30-4:30 271-6211 of ter 6 P.M. 371-4992 M;9:HK-:M-^'\



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    * November 6, 1964 *Jew isfi fUiradiiiain Paqe 11=. \& Ben-Gurion Resumes A ttack on La von SCSBIN PAUOX flORMAN KLAYF Rolls into High Gear Here; tnimum $3,256,000 Being Sought ni ( f | Fund's 1064 campaign into hij-'h gear this week a> bands of volunteers put on' L to make the Nov. 24 (lend [i Make ia minimum of 13,256,uhich will go to provide the needs of Dade County. Iworkers are busy in hundreds j plants and business firms conlicting employee campaigns on nited Fund's "Fair Share" payplan. |\;.. m the field until Nov. 24 |n be United Fund residential ducting the fall camdoor-to-door solicitation. ; the most important


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    --S5* : .i Jfmiitrhrtftor Fric-r K ''" %  -''.:A... ^rcout f^ecplc and f^L aces :: re --= m -. %  ? -• ---' .--• : • : i • ••'. : '''-<• x.%  — %  1 :• 1 %  • ; • a • L '. 1 "-t-~. -: ": -= SSL t. SEASON s^x-: % %  %  %  a .. %  beard • -.*-. : %  %  • • : %  coAM • •: I •"'.--•.-. %  • en •' A .Cvt.E'E S-w* SE ... %  • %  B %  1 %  erben ;. -FRANCES LEHMAN Faculty Luncheon at Beach High Set Next Wednesday L. %  • %  *naal fa j -bj ?TA The Family of the Late ANNA H. SCHWARTZMAN Wish to express our deep appreciation for the many kind nd sympathetic expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement For the letters, cards and donations to chanties from individuals and organizations we are deeply grateful MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN and FAMILY %  %  ".Mars I • -• mi %  rec-< be pre**r.-<< MliSlhlli • .Delude Anne Alexander %  %  b U -_.• %  %  —" :-Aermar leati ?. PI A l WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS = Cancer League Meeting Slated R'm< I v TO BARTOK Yoj'!i Hear the World's Finest Musk on WKAT-FM 93 l on your FA/ dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE OASSICAt MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc#vtsl WKAT-FM "': %  %  retslar %  %  MM] BSC F.-.-i;. V 13. M the loae] plan Batd A .0 %  bsMd rr.~-.in? will pre i BOM Mrs. Jerome Rado presides at both meeting* where discussions will center cm plans for the annual fund-raising luncheon on Dec. 16 at the Pontainebleau Hotel The Friday program will spot light Dr Syvil Marquit PhD who ^ak on The Best for You Marquit is a member of th* ttee and Board of Health I Sale to Help Medical Center Funds realized at the rummage tale iponsorcd by the B;sci; Chapter. National Council of .Auxiliaries, will benefit the Aner •can Medical Center at Denver To be held on Saturday at IMOO NW 7th Ave. the sale wiU feature clothing and a large selection of miscellaneous articles. The recently-formed chapter ha, organized a Man Jongg and Bowling League which meet weekly. H 1 .'.'..: rbMB JNF Forms Social Club Here %  -. • i BISCAY* F 340 Brscayne Boulevard 1" i: 15 it \< I Mai Florida -*UUl THl S7A#J AMD HtlttM MMk TOQt HSintHlS AT TOE lutmrm NCWIT DKO*ATEB ST AIM M.II I It \l I IKMIM S£*VI s TB 30C • rVEOOlNGS •*• ZZ\ : '• % %  Z\l • BANQUETS • iK&l OHS • .-".:-rC-.: %  *: %  ." MGS (ATIRI 51 ii Strkttf *tfcer FaafJNH Aiuilmkb 0m4tr Swp*rrh—m if RAMU TitOt H. STEIH Miss SHIRLEY, Zr FR 9-3792 •••••••••••••••••••ft Congratulations in order? 'r;-. -: %  •--_ %  z-• expert cat s*a" a-i-re ..;.^-, • gt : %  •* st s rer asntray. Engagers •edo -gs Bar M :z.?-s. 3 ntxjays :es*-. :.• .*-., spec < Panes from 25 to 500 Ca M: s *a!dman JE S-5731 an appo ataaat He'll be happy to vcuss yo'jr p!a Ho ootitatior ofceune. r*"i for '5. Waldman IMCTARY LAWS STUICTLY ORSERVED (u) NOTB MIAMI BEACH $ You'll find complete Have that M i W tec t es to exoctlv satisfy Business Meeting, # yovr need, in the Klsmef, Banquet, or Special Occasion Aloddin, Scheherozade end Rvbciyat Rooms, be it for a jp v^edd^ng or a pr!>ote pcrty I for Inlormalloni HAZEL ALLISON Calarlng Dlrclor, JE 1-6061 th St. Collins *v.



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    Friday. November 6. 1964 len 1st) tk>rlidliia>n Page 13-B Harvest of Hope Dance Saturday More than 300 dinner guests are %  xpectcd id the ai si of Hope Dinner Dance red by the Southeast Florda Chapter o( the National Multiple SMerosis Societj on Saturday ;it Westbrooke Country Club. Radi in personality Larrj King will act ;i~ master ol %  -. reports Bernard R. Jaffee, dinner chairman. Faire R ibbins, executive director nf the local Multiple Sclerosis ; hapter, reports that fio percent of the proceeds from the charity dance "ill go toward local patient service, while 40 percent will be used for research on the dread disease of the brain and spina cord which causes complete or partial paralysis. "For distinguished public service interpreting the wide spectrum of medical care rendered at Variety Children's Hospital," Sidney Ansin (left), president of Sunbeam Television Corporation, WCKT, Ch. 7, receives Variety's Appreciation Award from Hospital President Roscoe Brunstetter (right) Ceremonies took place at a testimonial banguet attended by the hospital staff, Variety Club members and some 200 local civic leaders at King's Bay Country Club. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO 'Improvisations' For Opti-Mrs. "Dramatic Improvisations" will Ibo the topic highlighted at the IOpti-Mrs Club of .Miami Beach luncheon meeting on Tuesday, | ,*t the Barcelona Hotel. pi lain chairman, Mrs. Gene ITroop, .MII introduce guest speaker i VV. Jensen, head of the Drama Department of Miami IBeach Senior High School, who Iwill be accompanied by three stuIdent members of the National )' ian Honor Society. Jeffrey •\\'k lill "tier his adaptation of I the "Record of Eichmann;" Angela Reuben will dramatize George Bernard Shaw's "Saint Joan;" and ;Lee Rosenhouse will dramatize a cutting from Leon Iris' "Exodus." Business agenda will include a report trom Mrs. Jerry Lindenbaum, chairman of the group's first fund-raising affair to be held in the Cassanova Room of the Deauville Hotel on Tuesday. Dec. 1. at 11:30 a.m. In charge of tickets are Mrs. Lindcrbaum and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston. Mrs. Louis I'ilzer is president of the group tfe & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL M A 3 i' 0 -ed by the clock? f in 4 taf of shock* Toss yew ca't mlo *r# scat. -i -Cv-selt o">"d ih Ummt. n fishing all day long. jS with win* and song 1 A PARADISE? You con bo sur.. n -ig to* th# epicure), ~:Ja> ons? Th very bftt ;ha<~i for you lo '•. Inig placo **-reo* wo boas'' Js< .0 HI njfei (rorn th# U. S. COOS'. 'd colled Bahama land >Otrs, cliar sky and sand. -* a K ng ... 0 nd bo tree. ; "o *h e Big Cam* Club m ANCHORS AWEIGH HOTEL BIMINI BIG GAME FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS Beach Post Will Honor War Dead On Wednesday morning at 10 a.m.. the Miami Beach Post 85, American Legion, will hold its annual Veterans Day observance at the Cenotaph, llth St. and Wash-! illgton Ave.. in conjunction with j 2u other veteran, patriotic and fraternal organizations. Commander Andrew Bergida has appointed Past Commander Maurice Doc Klein, former vice mayor and city councilman, to be chairman ot the program. This will be Klein's 25th consecutive year to head the event. The Miami Beach High School Band, under the direction of John Coleman. will play. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. will deliver the invocation and benediction. All organizations attending will have a representative place a wreath at the base of the monument in memory of departed vet-' erans of all wars. Lt. Col. 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    p >..* %  Page 6-A +Jeist florid ton Friday, November R Three Cosmonauts And Red China Report Pope Writing Paper on Jews By MAX LERNER If anyone should be heartsick about the three Soviet astronauts who orbited the earth in a space ship, it is not so much the Americans as the Chinese True, it is another notch added en the stick of Russian space achievement and it make.the American project lor a Gemini ilight an anti climatic dud. But while the Russians are still bent on beating the Americans to the moon and will garner the prestige kudos that the three-man flight gives them, their chief concern is wM the Chinese who are not even in the space race as yet. 1 am not saying the Russians have abandoned their struggle to excel the Americans .n the exploration of space and in all other phases of the political war. I am raising the question of why the Russians wanted thiprestige victory so badly at this moment that they risked a flight in midautumn and I am suggesting it was tuned to take the edge off the Chinese atomic demonstration. What this means is that the Russians art caught in a double political war—the conventional one with the Western camp and the brand-new but deeply obsessive one with the Chinese. Old habits don't break easily, and there may be many Communist faithful around the world who regard the political war with the West as the overarching one. But I doubt whether this applies to the Sovfel political elite, which includes the military and the propaganda experts. The wind that causetheir headache blows from the East. Only if the Russians were sleep-walkers would they believe that they had much chance any longer to win a European people away Atom the West or establish another Communist regime either on the European or Latin American continents. The three-man space flight advertises to the world that the Russians, who can thus humble the pride of American -pace science and technology, are not likely to yield their place in the Communist power cluster to a Johnny-comelately who has just exploded a nuclear wciipon. and has not even begun to master the rudiments ol rocket j thrust and guidance. The lesson should not be lost on the Africans, from the Congo Republic to Zanzibar, nor yet on the Communist parties disputing for control in Southeast Asia, nor yet on the Communist governments of Eeastern Europe which are groping their way toward greater nationalist autonomy. Nor will the lesson be lost on the non-Communist \ capitalof Western Europe, whose press and intellectuals have always re-ponded strongly to any evidence that Communist systems can be more wholehearted and simple-purposed than the democratic systems. I should even guess at some influence exerted on the British elections. given Harold Wilsons strong plea for a Labor government oriented toward a society which would make full use of modern science and technology. The Americans have something to learn, too. They can look back ruefully at Khrushchev's broad hints that the Russians have given up the moon race. < Perhaps this is at least some explanation for his ouster.) If he pretended to some flagging of interest in a flight to the moon he could not have meant it. for the latest orbit of the cosmonaut, the scientist and the doctor brings a moon flight closer Mian ever—by 1970 and perhaps even sooner. On what the Russian flight is like to do to the American election campaign my guess would be exactly nothing. If BarnGoMwater had been pushing the scientific-political angle of our struggle with the Russians, he might have had some ground for an I-told-vou-so crv of triumph. But it is the issue of all-out emphasis on the militarv struggle he hapushed. As it turns out. he was talking of the wrong competition, at the wrong time, in the wrong terms. If any American political leader other than John Kennedv has identified himself with the space race is Lyndon Johnson, and he is .iKeiy to be the man who will continue it. ROME — — Pope Paul, Y] was reported here to have de-j cided to make the proposed Catholic Church declaration on relations with Jews into a separate: document, unrelated to any of the other schemas under consideration by the Ecumenical Council. Vatican sources saw such separation of the declaration on relations with Jews as a move • -trongthening the importance of' the document. 'Wiey believe that, the new declaration may he pro mitigated by the Council before it closes itcurrant session on N >\ 21. The new draft of the declaration, it is understood, will state clearly that the Jewish people as a whole are absolved fri lle cient charge of feicide io T, •*S ,j, new version will emphasize th fact that the Catholic Chi ,, aU ment is entirely nonpoliti i|, am j is directed against b: 3nu Semitism. Farewell Set For Rabbi Shapiro Max R. Silver, president of Beth David Congregation, announces that a farewell reception will be tendered Rabbi and Mrs Norman N. Shapiro on Sunday evening. 8 to 11 p.m.. in Spector Hall Ballroom. Congregants and friends will say goodbye to Rabbi and Mrs. Shapiro, who are leaving Miami in mid-November for Dallas. Tex.. I where Rabbi Shapiro has accepted %  the pulpit at Congregation Shearith Israel. Bert Slier is chairman of ar, rangenunts for the evening. Rockwell Interview on Canadian Television Stirs Storm of Protest Knights Announce Ninth Birthday Chancellor Commander Marvin j Berman. of the Xor' Mj an ,j j Beach Lodge. Knights oi Pythias I announces its ninth anbirthday baquet to be held at tt Diplo. i mat Country Club on Bat lay. Special recognition wll ie sjv. 'en two immediate past Tors. Ed WbUs and Hei f lor "dedication, devol and leadership to the Mort! Miami Reach Lodge and the I' tan Order" Evening will feature da %  < the Norm Leader Ore i I 'how which includes e Carter; Napoleon Red men Jones fame: songstre .loannine Moore; and the e tic Sa> ros .i Co-chairmen are Matt E and Jerrv Trailins. Continued from Pag* 1-A accused the CBC of catering "to nonconformist oddballs." The strongest protest, however, was voiced outside Parliament by Michael Garber. president of the Canadian Jewish Congress. Charging the CBC with being "guilty of an act against the public interest." Mr. Garber said that no arguments about "public expo-nire" of the Nazi could justify "the publicity given Rockwell personally and to his lies and invectives." Noting that Rockwell gets no such publicity in his native Untied States, Mr. Garber said "Canadians mu.-t regret deeply that CBC has committed a serious disservice to the interests of our Canadian society by giving currency to the rantings and ravings of this tragically unbalanced but dangerous United States citizen.'' He said the Rockwell broadcast "was an obvious quest for sensationalism in which the public interest and human sensibilities were almost wholly disregarded." LARRY'S TEXACO Daily 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Proprietor LARRY GABOLRy 1 CRANDON BLVD. KEY BISCAYNE EM 1-5521 "Trvtt Your Car to the /Han Who IVeors the Star: r i Announce IVayToHefp Drain MS Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, rf. Y. (Special) shrinks the swollen doors to the Announcement has been made ginus cavities and helps drain which" hT. 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    Paqe 14-B +Je*isti fhridHan Friday. November 6 1964 b r I c a 1 2 •\ ( i ] Adults Hear Mayor Hall At Singes Club The newly-formed .\uult, Culi. Educational and Social Sin les Club were to hear Metro Maj r Chuck Hall discuss and answer questions about Metropolitan Government on Thursday. 8:30 p in., at the Ida M. Fisher Community Sehool. Temporary officers of the organization are Mannie Grossman, president; Laura Storob. social chairman; Dorothy Frankfeldt. program chairman: Mary Hall, reire-hment chairman; and Lois Jlosenthal. treasurer. The club meets the first and third Thursday of each month at the same time and place. Business meetings are held on alternate Thursdays. Next will be Nov. ]i. The school library is on the second iloor. Poppy Day Drive Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary 330 of Miami Beach are! sponsoring a Poppj Day Drive all day Monday. Post chairman is Herman Sockolow. Auxiliary chairMrs Evelyn Decky. UM Orchestra Slates Fournier Nov. 15 and 16 Pierre Fournier. internationallyknown cellist, who has pertormed on six continents, will be guest soloist with the University of. Miami Symphony Orchestra at 8:30 p.m.. Nov. 15 and 16. in Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Fournier will play Robert Schumann's Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. The major work to be performed by the orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Fabien Sevitzky, will be the Symphony No. 6 ("Pathetiqoe"), by Peter llyitch Tschaikovsky. Other selections will be Richaid Wagner's Overture to "Tannha user" and Charles Griffes' • Peacock." Fournier averages more than IOO performances per season. On his 1964-65 schedule are his fith ; S tli Vmerica and Smith Africa, his tenth of the United States ami Inthird of Russia. In i he will make his third tour ol Japan As orchestral soloist, Fournier has performed with world renowned symphonies and with conductors such as Furtwaengler, Szell, K rajan, Walter. Ormandy, Monteux, Klemperer, Reiner. Barbirolll, Stokowski, Mitropoulos, Sargent and Bcechuin. Presentation of a wheel chair is made to Dr. Alex Denes, of 24-84 Praiiie Ave.. at the Kniqhts of Pythias Temple on W. Flaqler St., by Mrs. Ann Laderman. The wheel chair was donated in memory ot her late husband, Mac Laderman, by Flaqler-Gcbles Lodqe 197. Holdinq the banner is Max Greenwald, of Miami Beach, co-chairman of humanitarian Activities of Kaaba Temple 6S, Dramatic Order of the Kniqhts of Khoras: an. Dr. Frederick R. Frank is royal vizier of the DOKK and president of the Wheel Chair Club. WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? II II BLAST OFF TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open To TSe Public Sundays From 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.) HAVE A GETAWAY VACATION RAMADA (3 Miles From Tre Cspe) > Srand New A*.comTiodat!oni it Pool or Ocean Swimming it Entertainment Fcf All Age • Children Under 14, With Paranti — No Charge it Come anytime Friday Leave Anytime Sunday •k Sensibl* Rate* Write CPhone — Reservation! RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA Brandeis Zionists To orfc Veferans D y Slate Rabbi Shapiro In Report on Russia RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO Brcndeis ZOA Aids Campers One thousand dollars have hcen pledged by Brandeis Zionist District to provide scholarships lor Camp Judaea, according to Isaac Donen, president of the district. "One of our prime goals in Brandeis ZOA is Jewish education on the local scene." said Donen. "These scholarships will allow several children to spend their summer ina creative Jewish atmosphere." Camp Judaea, in Hendcrson\ille, N.C., is sponsored jointly i by ZOA and Hadassah. The camp will once again be under the direction of George Stern, with : Frank Farbenbloom, Miami city j director of Young Judaea, handling i I local arrangements. Discussion Group At Beth Shiran Every Tuesday morning from 10:30 until noon, members of Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood and guests will meet at a •Brunch V!ith Our Rabbi" in the Temple at 7500 SW 120th St. Rabbi Morris A. Skop v ill direct a Torah study Discussion Group, including a prepared curriculum on "The Sources and ning ci JeV ish Customs an I Ceremonies" and -• i ••> Questions and Answers on Bible an l Jewish History." based on teachings in the Bible and the Talmud. Following the open forum, brunch will in sen I'd by Sisterhood host< Vfti th %  first in sessions, an' Iher series will begin on "Famous Jewish Authors and Their Works," including Israel Zantjwill, Lud l isohn, Sholem Asch, Shalom Aleichem. I. n. Peretz, Moses Maimonides, Erimond Flegg, Irving Fineman, Chayim Nachman Biai k, and Mosheh Smilanaky. An exhibit of the writings ot each author will be on display at the Sisterhood <; it t Shop. Isaac Donen. president of the i;rartftei=— TT:'ti;cl of the Zionist or anizatlon of America of Miami Beach, has announced that the district will hold a special open meeting on "The Future of the l Jew in Russia." The meeting will take place on Monday evening, 8 p.m., in the auditorium of Washington Federal Savings, 1133 Normandy Dr. According to Max Raskin, district program chairman, the program will feature a complete report on Soviet Jewry from Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai. i Hollywood, who has recently returned from a study tour of the i Jewish communities o f Russia, Poland. Czechoslovakia, and several other Iron Curtain countries, 1 as well as another trip to Israel. During his tour of Russia, Rabbi Shapiro attended cervices in the synagogues of Moscow. Leningrad, and Odessa, where he met with the Jewish community leaders tii re. He al %  << u as able to v iit the spiritual and communit> Jewish leaders in Prague, War and several other communities Rabbi Shapi'o is at present chairman of the Bca'd of Governors of the Southeast Region of the ZOA. He is also a past president of the Greater Miami Rabb'nical As'ociarion. (ii! Rappaport, exi itive director ol the Southe n oi the ZOA, will present the I ights I the recent 67th annual < nv< ition oi the organisation in Wash ton. D.C. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. of Tern pie Ter Tamid, has arranged a sl-ecial musical program for the meeting. Norman Bruce Brown I> ,-. Jewish War Veterans of th Unit ed States, and Ladles" A will hul.i memorial services n ot> ei -ante oi veterans Day |n ". day evening, it was annoui Ralph Rosofsky, posj comr. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, spiritual lead er of the Israelite Cent< will conduct the serviceal 8 p. m Sherbil! Wins Gold Award In Tallahassee Daniel Sherbill. a senior at Miami Beach High Schoo was winner of the Gold Medal for Outstanding Senator and Best Speaker in the State of Florida at the state c tigress of the National Forensic League. The (• %  ngress was held Oct. 30' md 31 in Tallahassee. Daniel the ol M and Mrs. .1 e p ii Sherbill. Debate and -pen .•.III dents ii im 24 throughout In I I In the area i tigress eld two VM'I'!;i arlier for S mth Florida sc hools only, top h mors for Besl Speaker, Best S i itor and Best Presiding Offi< also ei to I • Miami Beat ii senii r, as wi II as the a\ %  Hence in Parliament Dei ate in Tallahassi Sherbill will repre enl Fl the Nationi 1 Student Cong %  ss in Omaha, Nebr., next June. Second place av. .nil v. Bl to Harry Greenwald, son of v. and Mrs Philip Greenwald, fi Besl Presiding Officer. 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    r jfc 14-4 rJmist fhriJ&r Friday. November 6, 19 1964 Between You end Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Bulgarians Say They Put Up Fight for Jews Against Nazis QFFICIALS IN s> it! %  I %  %  %  ll ne\%  %  ir II Theere ..a in HOB when tht t, an .' the*.num.'. hen the • %  •: to Tout 6,000 Bulgs remainog all 1 Ct for i a canrunder the Communi-t regime. The Come no %  Israel. No diJ even 1 %  %  • for an) J< •„: %  ., rishes to •' %  but the remainJeer* ate eHhet • oM to they are fo the Comm n I Of the other hand. | residing n .. want to visit then lives in I rajlted into the %  i.-. • Israel Thee buy 'heir two gj :i rjel at the El Al Aii • i • 'aria and | Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN After the Disappointment, Still We Wish Him Well V' A'^TOB!C& = A'' E, '---.. Chaplin. Illu*f*fd wih 113 photograph. £12 pp. Ne YorW: I in and Schwafar $6.95. BEPHAPS ANTICIPATION al the i • %  • a I < %  I* I hich elessiy cut oul in a I! ,. ; tecdoti of private • He -• • to give th t casua It is | Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN State Department Getting its Lumps Again Wa-hin QISSATISFACTION WITH %  • .' neni 'hi oppi i I Jewish I i I nd cultun mountin ele ithin tl Dei fedi that the time ha i om a nev look at the treati ll l< ol the I %  i-nt in < i Si n. tor ol both partiet have pi ivatelj publ i • State Department ri i poaiti n again I ion bj the U S. Go> • • %  en | tion uni hanged lor man) the situation of • % %  '• lion Thi enal l< %  i i for the flibicofl Vmei mei • I tin11 ,j| t, | : ii the Soviet Unioi an .i W I bright til the Si n tc I la tion i tea backed b) the State Department, killed U pndmenl behind the closed dooi oi a Sen I onfi i encc. These developments were followed by the oust of Nikil Khro po i and hire • %  em ot I • ne i leadi i hip One of the I 'i oi the new leader Alexei Kosygin Leonid Brezhne*. %  the rea uran e It fa so far to ; fer : hev vie do%  %  ma le ki ..i nl feel unjustly • those Uki '. %  Democrat, inadequ itelj n tussiai Thi Def rl %  i intaii th I h inf >rmatioi I %  Vmerican JewisJ ted I luatioi ns tl J uli • bul not heed the •n. ii (he Dep %  i %  • %  %  del lili ol Jew in :'.. .., • %  pread ism, i bo he n '•"" %  in Dei irtm • 17. 1964, letter %  ed on a '" without reexami%  •I b> II,,. Ii. paftrai nl Krerali Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Israeli Athletes Did Psorly at the Olympics "PHf JERUSALEM POST di appointment at the jhov in of i.nil athletes in the 11 laid it would i em that, consider thi fact thai thi I oi ai ; population doe not i l irther ack than 10 to 15 j t la have ; pated al all is honor i in Mnx\ irdau, in the d ol The idor Hi ed to talk of "muscular %  I :i" wanted a more, athletic Jew • birth of ihc Jewish State I Hunk he wontii have been satisfied Large! Menu i bo quite sports-minded. Not long ago, I read of an Israeli ambassador being hailed, i believe it was In Thailand as the representative of a gaeal basketball playifl nation. Evan Mr. Ben-Ourion can perform athletic I OCh U Itandjhg On Ins head. They used to tell ie itorj %  few years hack of the acrohat in [arael who pplled for a Job at the circus. "Can you .stand on your head?" he was asked, "i want the Job of acrobat, oof "i Ime \iimstrr he replied. arising with the '• hat you i ll an %  opli Or perhaps I of spiritual Who i He who can conquer his evil he the strong man V' in :i. d of U e Bible, the Jew • • eticism Th.y played ball i don't ki developed any such great pitchers athe ehl Sand) Koufax but Isaiah uses the expression • in a bail into a large country..,, u m sumed they played tome form of ball There are also references to Coot races in the Bible, and much aboul Jonathan and others excelling in archery. Jacob wie-tlnl one night unto the morning and Jacob also single-handed lifted the rock over the well a job normally requiring several men to perlorm. David rent a lion in two. and there was the powerful Samson. We 'font knou too much about their sports The archaeologists have unearthed the Scrolls but no sporting pages so far. in Talmudic tune-, the great sane Resh Laklsh performed in the gladiatorial shows of Home. %  %  Back in 1 %  %  as t only by bst ibstantiati • • %  But • Charlii born in 188a in povertj In en i he ha I lert brother >. her. a sweet in a music-hall until she lost voic< : The famil) st it -•.... %  • ation : % %  Is wh' %  .. r was sent to -n iron thi • or in dingy workhouses Out begini i n's artist!*) beginning .1 it. is the :: : ..." %  %  : I earl) da> s Sol later life has the t moti cool %  u •• not his defensi • if the paternit> suit, nor his angi r app • ., nor the political speei winch he in ts at nor nen his love Cor bis wife, O na and tfa eight child] has borne him of whom he says verj Little. It is those t the rest of his lifi he has written it. in tl • log the dark. Saul i I. we wish him well 5t As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL A Cardinal Challenged Qua NATION OWES a huge debt to ^^ thai section of the Catholic press i %  tin forthrightly the tragic I V) iliiam ll DuBay, oi Los les. I r DuBay, whose church con. largely Negro, boldly chargior, Francis Cardinal Mainly re, Archbishop ol Los Angcle*. with "failure to exercise moral leadesshio amont; the Catholics oi the diocese on racial thcnn.mation." He was subsequently relieved of his administrative, hut not his priestly duties, An outstanding Catholic paper reports that when Fr. DuBay was summoned to Cardinal Mclntyre's of! the Cardinal denied that a racial or moral issue was Ived Regarding the Cardinal, Fr. DuBay was quoted thus: "He said there are other reasons for discrimination besides v:\ce. Alter all, white parents have to | : %  teel their, daughters. And when Fr. DuBay was asked What BJOOd he UlO would come oi his protest, the 29-year-old priest si "It will clear my conscience. If the Cardinal want! impose h • vie on us, let him do this openly. Now it idone in secret by secret policies secretly enforced Cardinal Mcli.tyre has in the past indicated a lack of cianij, regarding some of the great issues of the i Mire than a year ago, be was quoted at saying there is no such thing as separation of church and state to a man who believes in God. He saw this basic American principle as "a shibboleth advanced only by ( munists or materialists." in his judgment, the Supn Court has fled from basic principles and his found refuge in "atheistic concepts." His aloofness regarding the race issue is not too far removed from that of Ari-hbishop Krol. of Philadelphia. That city not long ago saw grave injustice done in the heavily Catholic Folcroft community where the Baker family (Negro) was harassed by neighbors to such a degree that persons concerned with human rights recorded it as a national scandal. Aroused Catholic laymen, acting through the Catholic Interracial Council. were in that case openly critical of Archbishop Krol. % 



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    November 6, 1964 -JmUiitkriclbn Page 13-A A y ions & ervices -"^^ : .„„, Mlncha l:3fl and 5 .. i : CANDLWGHTING TIME 1 Kislev — 5:16 p.m. %  i PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rotenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday S:15 p.m. Be-rmon: "I'nlty." unoft Hhabhnt h"-i'il by l>r. and Mm. Alfred Nadler In honor ol their wrdding anniversary, Saturday R:S0 n m rtermon: "Portion of the Week." Mincha 5 p.m. .cRAEL Ml Wth St. Ortho| R lB b, Berel Wein. H ,1a) %  • a i" and JACOB" 301^311 Washington 'orthodOK. Cantor Maur.ce Inches. KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave. jJJ 0 Traditional. Rabbi Max L rc Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. >. mull "Hhuuld ill I'olltllH?" I J iitilip i. Cook In Shaidro KaIurdu> IV< Are Ihe 1" ., Portion "i \ frui I n dnni I H O S "HE CONGREGATION. I. .. DM Hvy. Conservative. •• ,covitz. Cantor nan Fern. • |> ,1,1.1 (III hard Mai i,i, r ..i Ihe iMIllUI I -''I HI ii Hi" hum Mi.,I. Lit I j %  ,'.iv I .1 III L RAPHAEL.* 139 NW 3rd Ave. lncdo Ralph Kneger. tecie|H TFIL4H 035 Euclid Ave Or biln. Rabb Joseph E. Rackovsky \n TORAH ••.'4th St and NE 11th ; X; C0">r v live. Raobi Max Lip| |h.tj. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen> LI .-. I, lull "\\ ll.it In N, Mill ''.'!,, ngreiinliun, with .1. will be liuiii. Kin en, daugnti I |, \1\in Stern Haturll %  Mluvah: Rlohard, I ,in. Jame llakimlii \„, %  ] %  ..ml Mi -. Mark k • 41 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St ilfvative. Rabbi Harold Richter. antor Jack Lerner. 1H a KeHaturdaj "Portion ol iiu I i %  ; in kcLER GH4NAOA 50 NW 51st FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Prldaj %  IS i'ui S;t urti.i \ '.• .i in and -,:13 |i in HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Consi rvative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • -HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th St.. H-imestr.ui Conservative Cantor Pincus Aloof. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • i 0HEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. • SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Iridn '•: i S and R:15 p.m. Bermon: "After Klectlon — Which Way f'.i Kmerlea." Saturday 9 a.m. Rar Millvahi Bruce, eon ol Mr. and Un. Brow man. a 5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 r-"ins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nabmias. l'ii.i.i> Mlnchu % %  p.m Saturday S:30 %  i in Kerm \ s, n.-i ..I li.-pi.n.-ihUlty." TEMPLE ADATH YERHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Ril Rabbi Jonah t. Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. FYlda.i %  .• and *:IS p.m. Sermon: "The Hatred ol i he Jew and Man StruKKd '" be Free." Suturda> 1< :4"' a.m. .-• i m "1 he Portion ln Week.' B.I1 Mlixvuh: Alan Klsman .uui •;. i:ii.i .i %  Mini hu 3 p.m. Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor David Conviser. Friday <:\'. p.m. Bern : "Is Hebrew K--.hti.-ii I., our Survival.?" Junior High Ktudenm will lead a dlBOURslon • II: "Whj Bar and Ban %  litsvahT" "Why Oonflrmatlon?" "Why Bepnnrdlc Hebrewr 1 Saturday 1:4S a.m. Bnr Mitivah: Mark Alan, aon of Pr. and Mr.-. Alexander Ubow — • TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. M7 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. a TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Caator Abraham Reiseman. Frldas '•" P-m, Sermon: "Voice of ihe People—Pont -Election ThouRhte." lineR Snabbal dlecunBlon ill follow -.-. %  v'u-t.-. Sai 11,1 i> !"::!0 a.m. Junior i 'onoTesai ion. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2";th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky. Cantor Loms Cohen. r %  in -ui I :IS |i m S -, in, \\ i,.. i • HIII Bai kj i met lini ;...n-... %  •! b> Nurnian Hi ,. II I.. 171 IWV in hiinm of Vi-l i i\. I in .i lurda> *:*'< in |'|l the Welle ••< UUI Fat hi i Mine' — e JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. I-, | ,i nl -. •" |i u Sntui ilu> • s. rn %  • %  1 hi ;' %  • nthei howl -•! I.II oh — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eoclid Ave. Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Frlilii) ; in p.m Famll> service. Ser\\ I,.. | ., Hern VII i hildn .. Iim .\..\. %  • r birtl lill hi ,1, ,i sill :S0 a.n Han MIU%  ,h Min i>. dutiKhu r .-I Mr. am j.; H.I Uur hlei ol Mi anil Mi '•• raid Kl .-• rmaii — e %  TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabin Samuel Jaffa. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St Reconetructionlet. Rabbi ••%  • %  -is Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. S • in.-ii "Mom -Whnl M.iki t'Ji -!' 'ni •Shabbal • |l,.> Inn %  ,,,i } in ... m Torah Ktml> : i:,.. f i;. i KlddtlKh uui hli -.., \..\. nib, bli ihdas • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 172=1 Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cmtor Hirsh Adler. Frldnv S ond 1:80 p.m. Bermon: "Some r,.-t-i:i., ti,.n Tii.niuhis." Baturdaj; • a.m. Bermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mitavah: Robert non of Mr and \tDavid Kay: Randy, bon <-t Mr. ind Mm. Herbert Marke. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Friday vi* 1 p.m. Sermon: "What I i..-;irii about People when i Teach the Rlbll TEMPLE JUOEA 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. ii-i,\ \;i". p.m Sermon: "Reflection if iiuKlectl Pralne He the Churrheii "i vim leu Saturday 11 a.m. I'.MI Mttzvah Irw In IVl %  ; \|. :,,,,! M .. ilflbl M Will nk> TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I-Vulaj ii."i p.n Sei mini: "All the World's :i Plaj n rabbi's commi nl ,.„ •••|-;,, i ; Sal irdas %  -m nnr Mltsval I ai I, -"' of Mi MrUasai utoln • '• Lenny, son ol Mi und MiVrnold Bllvereinlth. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatom Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabo' Euqene Labovita Cantor Saul H. Breeh. .-. riuon Relit: oils I ..i the R i I iillllcul Cum%  i II — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW lot n St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. I Frldu\ T ,, _'" p.m St-rmon: "ForesluhL IliiuleiKh ,li Saturdn> S: IS m I'.ai Ml ... ii S ••'•'. on ol Mr ,u,i MiMartin Ackmaii. TEMPLE SIN A: OP NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. "• &f orrn. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gje_ Pridnv :IS p.m. "Frlendahlp Ninh. to whiih prospective memDen are wel, -: 'The Need to bo Needed TEMPLE TIFZRETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Frldit} 8:15 p.m. Saturday :• a.m. Bai Silver man will conduct nervlcee. rhe Weekly Portion of the Law i "" read. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Frldaj MI", p.m. Bermon: "A l loeelCnit Family." Suturday *:45 u m. Bermon: "The Birth of % %  > Patriot, TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mieml Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Frioa} ."'i i 1 1 Bermon: The Art of Living." Oneg Shabbat honied by BlHterhnod. Katurdu! t a.m Bermon: "The Portion ui the Week YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. Prldaj 5:30 p.m. Bnturdny 9 a.in. Sermon: "Beginnlns ••: Mnnh I." Bar Mltcvah: Robert, aon %  Mr and Mrs. Sidney Bamhak. Emanuel Gordon Harry Gordon 1877-1946 1903-1964 A Good NrU of view, a good Jew is the same as B good Christian, or a yood Moslem or even a good atheist. The key word here is -good" not Jew, Christian, Moslem or ath,. 1>I i gay this because I feel the essence of any religious faith is me object oi Us respective teachings, that is, man n this man is a good man as a result ol or largely because of !ureligious teachings, then the label is of little c nseqi ence Conversely if the man is evil, then ii"' religious label also means nothing, The end result of religious or philosophical thinking is the sood man. one who is al peace wltn himsell his fellowman and the world in "huh he lives, one who contributes constructive!) to his life environment, one who reaches oul to others while teed ing himself, one who feels himself a part of total humanity. We all realise one maj observe all the rellgloua rituals of any given religion and yet not be a iod man. He may be bigoted. intolerant, spiteful and Sting) Somehow, his religious teachings didn't yet through to him. Thus. despite his punctilious attention given to religious ritual, he i> not a good Jew. Christian. Moslem or atheist. The religious appelation only becomes meaningful when it is translated into the qualitative life actions of the individual. Thus the question. "Who is a Good Jew'" may be answered quite simply: The good Jew is, the good Jew who is the good, human being. And vice versa: the bad Jew is the bad Jew who is the bad human being. Ritual m ay help the Jew become the good Jew. but it doesn't guarLAKESIDE MMORIAL PARK AND •*• SADI OUl-rvAJ MI BCACM. noniMk \ GARDEN MAUSOLEUM \ \ "THE SOUTH'S ) MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open £yery Day • Closed Sabbofk 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami'* 04y Strictly Jwi$h Monument Dcaltr RABBI RICHARD LtVITON the plvetal answer antee il He may be the self conscious Jew. He may be the identifiable Jew. He may be the survival Jew, but not necessarily the good Jew. We know from Jewish history that there have been bad Jews and good .lews. Biblical history records more bad Jews than good Jews. This was the thrust of the Prophets' ethical pronouncements. The good Jew must first of all strive to be a good person with all that that implies. He must champion the cause of justice and mercy. If not, religion is in danger of becoming >elf deluding magic and superstition. INC ALAN M. BLANK. FINKRAL CHAPELS 531-3441 A?A Our .-\.. ..• .; o* Blank Bros. Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa Jack lewis, Inc.. Baltimore, Md. 1743 Bay Road Off Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Shipping Anywhere in the World NATIONAL MONUMENT CO INC. Rabbi Richter is Host A cocktail party will be held at the home of Rabbi Harold Richter. 1320 NW 183rd St.. for new members of Congre {ation B'nal Raphael on Saturday evening. /UTMO'/KO PERSONALIZED MEMORIALS MONUMENTS %  MAUSOLEUMS GRANITE & BRONZE MARKERS MARBLE BENCHES VASES HI 6-6009 3250 S.W. 8 ST., MIAMI



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    Fr ;doy. NovemberJ5, 1964 Jen/si) fk radian Page 15." LEC AL NOTICE ^^CE BV''UB 0 l.'CAT i ON THE v THE C.Ht-U'Jp^YAL CIRCUIT CLEVENTH„-^ D A ND FOR DADE COW" 1 W C 11616 NO. MC ,v-TE M' N-:i"l • v% m-siiloM. n -V J .,,.ii Avenue \> .1. racy Merrlui ^" lN ;|, ,1.1, are herer liWIf BY HENRY LEONARD l.itlfieil jorci 1 tad .'"" p, ol ...•|Mi U • %  i„, n filed against ... required to ijrvi Vnnwer or Pleading III -TIC. xMt u.x'' Vi'i! iii4 i-c, r-, a rc rnnMTV IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, \ AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58736-B IN RK i SAMI 1 I.EVIN ON ,N D FW DISCAR %  '"' L" .' '."' %  .", 5 the Jiti. r N n .luilei of l' tdi la, this %  i.f the itin sann -i will \ v !:•.-1 :.\ MAN. \ ,'.ini -, %  %  i \ %  %  • Ids not %  • il l"i 'I. %  vdmlnisti ..'i K 'i' 11 1 All Miami, ri.i. 1 ..I .ii. lunge us II" %  V ..Hi day .•I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11720 I Kl'T i i\V VRU VVARNE, • .!. nr I.IAIN ROSEMAN I:I:N 1 WIIN I.EVIN IX L VM,:S ,.,,-,-.-i. Wll.s ,v RI I l I.I. x .. i-.i-. ... ne l:.i I. •i. "n I, IJllJ Wot K ireel '""" I. 11 : IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 6J—6220 ULIZABETH R. MAlAjNE, Plait l;i ->,:i.l. I Hl'IIER I' mil 'A I.1NL. Ill ItEItT "i\v Hi I.. .. .in>. NOT.CE BV PUBLICATION SSELL l HI IIERT and I M i.INI". I4CI1EIST, his wifi I3l,i II L-rtown, Pi nnsyllotifled 1 .i l>, i n logel hi Altll H !••Pen County, Florida. CASTLE INDUSTRIES, [NfORPi IRATEX) p|i rlnSt %  ornorat Ion Bj • >TTi • K AT/.. Prealdent T \l I A.Ni .1 IV WALLER & 1.11' M \ N Al tornet fu 1'nstle Industt i -. In, -I pointed, H F la i •• iionitlon ..in |(ii d. >' !' %  • • h, 1'i.i ... %  | N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1"282 PATRICI \ MKRtiAN CAMPBELL, Plait \ s 1 logel In *llll II '• %  i envs. ..% %  • •! as DALE EMMETT I" VMPBELL, S -.. ii iln \ -i ol the I I %  i,ii,l. mi. ,,! the following, Ian K NOTICE BY PUBLICATION point l •' Nof -|(1 D.VLE BMMETT CAMPBEL I I' W • i the. i: i orni r ol Hooxer Can obi 11 I loox > r 'an pbi 11 RD X Oxford, Pennsylx I Yol' ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for i 'Won •• has bei n rendered t" you and "(URL APPEAL." y,. i ;,,-,. required to serxt ,. ,. Vnsxver 01 Plead ng to r, amended Bill of Compla ut l-lalntlffs attorneys ^t", CAPODII.l'PO .XHi MAN, l"j In Road, Miami Reach, I,M,I file the original i |, IU in the office ol tin • Cin nit c.uii oi ..I, ,bi of Sovembi r %  ,i! to do %  '. ludgn ent li %  he Hi II f .1 nded l>y you III • K, %  • • • ded Bill "f '' %  >" DONE AND ORI>EREO at M i;, |), i >ade i 'ount < F oi : i1 • her 1964. B B. LEATHERMAN Clerk ol Cln ill Court Dade County, Florida (.,.,., Bj C P COPKI.AND •>• rierk i ,1. fault ill '> • ', \ ': !i W RNE, Del ..l.iiit. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Vi.r. l.,.NN"\ Kl'l'll WAIIM:, •"' %  :::,,^.;r,i!aV'a^u. | M .:NRVN., : ,-S for Divorce has bean | Attorney for APjinicnnt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICE IS HEREBY -:ix LN thai • %  ,,,.!, rslgmd, desiring t" engage I "^'NVTS^TS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .' Miami, intend to register! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Clerk of the OfOF FLORIDA IN AND FOR.DADE ,-.,„., of l>ade C-iintv. Florida. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY & K OFNERM. MERCHANDISE No. 64C 11163 prsTRIBFTORS. IXC THE WILLIAMSBLIUIH SAVLN'QS DANK. Plaintiff, .< and II il i-: i iail nty, i ;.'i Ida, in N, T6.V i • p lint. lie IL %  • W. 160 • i,, a point; thence > %  ,; .' to a i u. ih. m • i:. and parallel !•• ih. section line, I61.M" In Hie ,„ nl "i i" ginning. ex • pt I he j,..,' of the K %  *'' thi*reof. I, you f,,ii tn file sour answer i^li Plaintiff's attorney, LESTER ROU, %  ,., Coral Gables, norlda, Inter. ,i... Cierk of '!'• above styled ''""", KI:S. whose address Is 921 N.W. lnh t,, register the said name ..„ .„ %  hefoie Noxember :•:'• %  1964 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi.Ti,-.i< HEREBY GIVEN a Complaint for Dlvor..n ..r. here. ,, .^ under the flctltioui bj required to M-ive n eopy of your ,,,nXFoRD TITLE COMANTi answer t.. the Complaint on the • m) niber i"l Almerla Avenue irney. LESTER Iti H ; ,nl. ri .1 aga Inat 1,1,.-. II l|...-r .,......-..-. ..-. ...... i ... ,,, ,._..-.., I Street, Miami, llorlda, and flit the Clerk of th( i >.* I., ,i...... • circuit Courl of D %  %  • .-...-<-. — % %  %  • i. and you are n— > 1 i. a i opy of ) our answer '.Miitiff's attorney, Al,' Vis > PAWN, one Lincoln Road '" 10 23, SO, n :: | |AMES B. MOYER, et nx. %  i.t'i n, hints. 'R^'.BWSV; original on the Answer in tb flci County. Florida. ,.,,.,,,„ ,,,.. 1 li:l;K '.' IV ",',X',"!.'VN~,"N"" %  ""• Ocrk of the Eleventh Judicial Dated MtamL Florida, ttalf IM "i^'jO. 11 8, 13|<-rcul ,„ and for li. V.M „ IV'r, n : V-, .M.'AN V, IN Ida, ..ii or % %  i • %  the 16th day ••! j xl V N ,.. \n LFORD, lleslde N'ovemher, 1964, In defnull of which v ,.,, r ,i:nT %  -Altl.lSI.E ih,. Complaint vxill he taken UB con\Jtornev for Applicant ;. -. ,i i.> M.II %  i Ri ••-.,• First Avenue DATED this 13th day ..f October, \|J;,I„J :;-_•, Florida ,. „ ,. i: B LEATHERMAN, l' 1 l, •• Clerk of the Circuit Coort 1964. By K M l.YMAN p. I6-23-.50, ll 6 CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL VIX > PAWN, line Llnodn Road I CIRCUIT COURT. J" ,i u, J "Reach. Florida, and CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. f-L. nal In the office of the | No. 64C 11*33 nl Court .ti or be-I ERNEST F\R1"N, •• day of November, IM4, Plaintiff. i mplaint will be taken as >I CEEE8TE A FARION Ti NOTICE OF SUIT .lani.s t:. Moyer and Madelln \l Mover, his wife. Residence .'a.I day l ti. i..l..r, VTHERMAN Plrcult Court \':i:ui:\. D.C. NOTICE'" BY PUBLICATION Yi.i 7>:I.<>-IT. A FARION Selkirk vvenui Winnipeg, Man ranada in JO, n s, u, M .1 ..i ii • %  rv< •. '"';•.•; %  ,i Dlvol mt.laiiit til.'i NTY JUDGE'S COURT J'iy"\"uu % %  '\D r 0 R DADE COUNTY, ll.'I.A>. • %  !. N -' and file FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64533-B IPTON II nl "^ r CE OF PROBATE -E ST4-OF FLORIDA: IRSiiNS INTERESTED LTB tF SAID n. lifli .1 ili.it a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8366 Till: WII.l.lAMSl'.t K'lll S VVTNGS RAXK, Plaintiff. JOHN H. 8 *DABNET. and DABN ... H I K .. .-. D 'l N 'HE COUN-ev JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR nDE COU" 1 V. notified that a ,M AMP F"R nDE rnu' '", FLORIDA IN PROBAT "id testament %  •< said FLORl 1?-— R :. I to pro: No 6-"jB 1 i are hereby IN I! •• 'inn -i\ i alendar MORRIS I. II the date of Hi,firs! I •. ..-• .1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIA EN that M M %  hi. wife. 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    J:ge 8-A *Je1sl: FhrkUar Friday. November 6, 1964 ] 1 I I t. k Eichmann Prosecutor Says Jews Were :^*--* ** Active in Resistance to Nazi Onslaught Continued from Pg 1-A exception of one sad and pathetic report of resistance by 48 disabled soldiers, not one of them used the shovel with which he was told to dig his own grave to assail the SS guards." But it occurred to nobody to attribute cowardice to them, or the will for self destruction, until the publication recently of books on the subject of the lack of antiNazi resistance and alleged collaboration of Ghetto Councils. Speaking about Jewish resistaance, Hausner reported that the evidence shows that there were hundreds of spontaneous nests of entertainment, dancing, and prizes will be held at Flaglcr-Granada Jewish Center on Saturday. 9 p.m for members and prospective members. The Jolly Three band will play. Mrs. I.ouis Looatin and Sam ity. So they postponed their open revolt until the last moment. The Warsaw Ghetto revolt was the crowniag syrohol o\.| R ^ s| j re membership chairmen istoncally, e of th's movement, but h it was certainly only many inspired rebellions." Stating that Jewish misses, as well as other groups of doomed people, refused to believe that (hey were doomed, 83 they were told by inspired underground leaders, Hausner asked Segal Named Social Workers' Confab Delegate Who can Robert Segal, consultant of the amethem"for "refusing to believe Welfare Planning Council of Dad County, has been elected official ill legate from the South Florida Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. rabbi S. Max Machtei (right) congratulates Cantor Abraham ~eiseman on his appointment to the staff ol Temple B'nai £ lolom. Aronovitz to be Speaker A membership meting of the City of Miami Beautification Committee on Friday. Nov. 13. 2 p.m., at the Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce will feature an address by City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz. He will report to the group on his recent trip to Washington. D.C.. where he discussed the future of Miami's expressways. Chairman is E. Albert ."allot. United Synagogue Regional Confab In Jacksonville Biennial conference of the United Synagogue of America. Southi east Region, v. ill take place in Jacksonville on Nov. 14 and 15. Delegates from 50 congregations will be present to hear Dr. Morton Siegel. nationally-recognized authority on education, discuss intermarriage, the college-age program of the I'nited Synagogue, and the latest developments in the field of Jewish education. Rabbis Hairy Epstein, ol AtlanB'nai Sholom Adds Cantor To its Staff Tabbi S. Ma:: Machtei. of Tem••'• B'nai Sholom. announces the lition of Cantor Abraham Reisei ..n to the Temple staff. 3ofn in Jerusalem and a descen it of a long line of scholars. nior Reiseman received his ly. training in Israel. n America, he took special t uses at Eaton School of Social Science while teaching Hebrew in w York City. He then served as ad teach, r ol the Community I brew School in New Haven, ( nn.. where he studied voice at le School of Music. After attendir.T the Institute ct Haianuth, he served Temple fceth El in Harrisburg, Pa., as : antor and principal of the rehgious school. He was also presdent of the Harrisburg District c' Zionist Organization of Amer\: a and a member of the Penn Stare University Advisory Board. n 1957 Cantor Reiseman was arded an honorary fellowship the Cantors Institute and Col., %  Ol Jewish Music ot the Jewish ta, and Morton Wallack, of Burning eological Seminary. ham wil1 als0 s P eak A special antor Reiseman will serve Tem-1 guest, Rabbi Morton Leifman. reg. %  B'nai Sholom in the capacity istrar of the Teachers Institute of cantor and as director of the the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will discuss the future of educational and professional personnel in the synagogues of the nation. The United Synagogue of America is the organization of Conservative synagogues in the United States and Canada numbering almost 800 congregational affiliates. The Southeast Region is under in the return of the Jungle?" In summing up the matter of Jewish resistance. Hausner said: •The records prove that the Jewish underground activity which doomed Jews of Europe have nothflared up in communities all overling of which to be ashamed. occupied Europe. Without bene-1 There was often close cooperation ( til of advice from a Governmentbetween the oft-besmirched Ghetto in-Exile to give them a central Councils and the Jewish resistance command, the only group so leadleaders. There were over a milerless, these Jewish resistance lion and a quarter Jews in the pockets were the only ones who! armed camps that fought Hitler, abroad will be made, •went into open and over-all action, j C ws took an active part in the Sega w yj attC nd the 1964 dele when there were no relieving armgeneral resistance movement, ^ atc assemD l v of the National As ies in sight. Their only possible when they were allowed to particijgQ^igtion of Social Workers at the pate. J palmer House in Chicago, along "And the ghetto rebellions were with nearly 300 other delegates exclusively Jewish. There is evii from 167 chapters of the associadence of unbelievable acts of tion in the 50 States. Puerto Rico He will represent 188 professional social workers in this area at a nationwide assembly in Chicago in mid-November, where key BOG ial problems will be under dis cussion. and decisions affecting the future of social work here and gain was honor. the saving of Jewish "They all faced a tragic and fateful decision, since their going into action automatically carried with it the immediate wiping out of a whole commun| bravery on the part of Jewish in-1 and Europe, representing a total dividual* and groups in the ghet-j of 40.000 members of the Amen tos and the extermination camps." I can Social Work profession. Add a Phone Add a Lot to Living Comfort around the clock. It's all yours when you add a handy bedroom extension phone. Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots you live most. Kitchen. Workshop. Florida room. Just call your Telephone Company Business Office for details on colorful, economical extension phones. tire religious school program. 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    "Jewish FlarodLian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 137 — Number 45 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 6, 1964 Two Sections — Price 23SCORES UNPRECEDENTED LANDSLIDE sident Johnson Winner ver Sen. Barry Goldwatei mm !i HUBfffT HUMPHREY fice President-tied in Mum Military to Israel — (JTA) — Reports that German Government is military aid to Israel re-1 neither confirmation nor 1 [rum the top Government pn here. Karl Gunther ;. the Government spokes: DM hi -ay only that a stateaid to Israel would have completion of Parliamcn^n in it tee report on the Ispi observers here were of ii that some members of lernmeni itself had spread ^ntinued on Page 11-A Force is Problem |sed in Lybia BINGTON (JTA) — The ppartment ol the Air Force Itnnv n this week that it is |ii'in.: the situation of in military personnel asto Wheelus Air Base, LibIcause of complaints made jnibers of Congress pertainthe anti-Jewish atmos|iii Libya. lactimi for protect ion ol |c:in personnel is found nee"appropriate arrangements made." stated Col. Donald ffel. USAF. in a letter to Sen. K. Javits. New York Retii n Paffel said, however, j as a r$ult of previous in%  es to the local commander sports through State Decent channels "we have not Continued on Page 5-A The nation gave President Johnson a resounding victory Tuesday. and the President will occupy the White House for the next lour years in hi-; own right. Mr. Johnson was filling the term of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy assassinated in Dallas, Tex., a year ago this month. With well over 80 percent of the vote tabulated, Mr. Johnson received 34,413,913 batiots to 21,347,756 for his Republican opponent. Sen. Barry Goldwater, of Arizona. Swept into office with him as Vice President was Sen. Hubert Humphrey, of Minnesota. Going j down to defeat with Mr. Goldwat-. er was Rep. William Miller, of I New York. Upward of 460 electoral votes, went to President Johnson. Goldwater garnered 47 as of press time. President Johnson's victory] equals and possibly outdoes Frankj lin Delano Roosevelt's in 1936,[ when the late Mr. Roosevelt took 46 out of 48 states from Gov. Allied Landon, of Kansas. In a stunning victory here in Florida, the President took the state by a slender margin. With 2.125 precincts in, he defeated Sen. Goldwater by 832.519 to 820..">32. But most of Florida's 67 counties \oted for the Arizona Senator, with the large cities across the state tipping the balance in behalf of Mr. Johnson. Dade County gave President Johnson a whopping triumph by upward of a so percent margin. Haydon Burns, Mayor of Jacksonville, became Florida's new Governor when he defeated his Republican opponent, Charles R. Holley, by 870,839 to 6*1,659. The ballot Tuesday included a long list of unopposed Democratic candidates running for office in Florida, including Supreme Court, Florida Cabinet and 13 members of the Dade County Legislature. County candidates also ran unopposed from Dade County Clerk through County Judge, members of the School Board and Justices of the Peace. Candidates with Republican opposition also scored sweeping victories. They included: Florida U.S. Sen. Spessard L. Holland won an easy fourth term against his Republican opponent. Continued on Page 2-A Prosecutor of Eichmann Says Jews Fought Back By Special Report "Numbing horror and Incredulous disbelief" was the general reaction ol the great masses ol Eastern and Central Europeans, both Jewish and non-Jewish, to the mass murders of the Nazi annihilation program During World, War II, according to Gideon Hausner. former Attorney General of Israel, who was the duel, prosecutor at the Eichman trial in Israel. Speaking at the Heral institute on Sunday. Mr. Hausner was bitter in his attack on 'some vicious iriginality seeking authors" who attributed cowardice or the urge lor self-destruction to those Nazi \ chins who did not organize resistance against the Nazis Though he didn't mention Hanr.ah Ahrendt by name, it was obvious that Hausner was referring to the author of "Eichman in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil." A careful study of contempor ary dairies ol Polish underground leaders anil Soviet prisoners of war. Hausner said, reveals that the reaction of the ureat majority of the Nazi victims was Of disbelief and a numbing horror that almost paralyzed them in the face ol Nazi extermination. Stating that over a million and a quarter Russian prisoners of war. the flower of Soviet youth. were annihilated by direct shoot ing, Hausner said "Yet with the Continued on Page 8-A PRESIDENT LYNDON BAINtS JOHNSON greatest vote in history VN MISSION DOORS 10CKFD Leaders Find Soviets Closed to Their Plea By Special Report NEW YORK — A silent procession of 2,500 Jewish leaders representing 26 national and local Jewish organizations this week marched in protest to the USSR's United Nations Mission here after hearing a message from President Johnson deploring Soviet anti-Semitism. Their four spokesmen for the group, joined by New York Sen. Kenneth I!. Keating, sought to present a list of 18 grievances I charging "the denial to Soviet • Jews of the basic institutions and facilities granted to other religious and nationality groups within the Soviet Union." The Soviet UN Mis-ion was locked, and no one responded to the ringin | ol the bell. The four spokesmen—Theodore Bikel, vice president of the American Jewish Congress; Rabbi Abraham J. Hershel of the Jewish Theological Seminary; George Maislen, Steering Committee chairman of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry; and Philip Baum, conference coordinator—left the petition in the door and the demonstration disbanded quietly. The 2,500 marchers, who ear Continued on Page 10-A THEODORE BIKEL nt the apex Peron Hits At Zionism Rockwell TV Interview Stirs Storm OTTAWA (JTA Prime .Mm later Lester B. Pearson agreed last weekend that he would in vesti gate some aspects of a television broadcast beamed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's video network n week a"" showing a filmed interview with the United States leader of UnAmerican Nazi Party. George Lin coin Rockwell. The program has been de-1 nounccd in the House of Commons as well as by the Canadian Jewish Congress and others outside! •arliament as "an irresponsible ction" giving publicity "to a selfronfe-sed follower of Hitler and ireacher of genocide." One of the leaders in the attack was John Diefenbaker, former Premier and now head of the parliamentary opposition, the Progressive Conservative Party. He told Commons he-sew no reason why the CBC should give Rockwell that kind of attention, nor "why Nazism should be glorified in this way." Milton Klein, a Liberal Partv member from Montreal, charged Rockwell had used the occasion "to villify Negroes end Jews in millions of livingrooms." Another member of the opposition. Marcel Lambert, of Edmonton, Continued on Page t-A MONTEVIDEO (JTA) — A Peronist member ol the Argentine Parliament read a letter here this week from Juan Peron, in which the former Argentine dictator described Zionism as "one of the greatest internationals which dominate the world at this moment.'' The deputy, Juan Come jo Linares, rocked Argentine Jewry earlier this year by presenting to the Argentine Chamber of Deputies a proposal for an "investigation" of Zionist activities in Argentina couched in terms which Jewish leaders called openly antiSemitic. The proposal has never been acted on. Linaries read the letter from Peron at a press conference at which he was accompanied by Continued on Page 2-A



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    Ps^e •tmi&fhrHiw Friday. Noremrr 6 1964 M bi r.< PS a T :-1 %  p ( D Seitlins Tell Troth of Daughter Harriet •AT %  V ?•" • • wai oae %  ..->:• %  • • '. • Bale va I • %  Croat a.-.a: %  %  % %  :• .-.:(. -%  Mjchi' Reese B ^k *^^\ B>-'-saaere tivey *ere ^ ]_^*J_ %  tori laaaded thai -:.e d*d x*s I '" %  "'-''"' lof i^ '.* peraem A.'---Pat eaac back Ita MiamJ there he Barked far j'*TYj : i. r. • for loaf, bees be -' • • ter birtkdaj -*hich makert double oration and they *ere mar%  -.• first Pal ttd volunteer phyiicii %  •" %  '-' Han had td I their ;. One mfbl before the '"'• • arhe %  % %  •-• bar .;. .• -,'. a %  md ''d*a bad red hair like .T* ranted • aaase hiai Patrick. *'%  '%  .dea but In the aorses -,: that Oar) red head in c Then Patricf tor -ame along Now that the d Bgar I • i KBB4 lor and •.%  ballet tad more IttCfl ar IM i --.; : .. %  The • l egro oai is aduate of Miami High -nd erved as "the ho %  ; I nbdi %  .int. ,*/$j H4ffttrr SBriM Lelchulc Weds Brocklyn Bride %  | later in la* Mr i' %  : > rt Letch ik N. v. %  After a laaaayaaooii m ha.T.athe rowf t : 'i-.eAre Murr.. Spru E Roberta Stepkin Plans Summer Rites To Mr. Robert Martin Sussman A summe' redding 1planned Roberta Diane Stepkin. member of a pioneer Miami family, and Robert Martin fb'Ttnwi Daughter of Mr and Mr*. SidStepkin MO] -w art 51 *bo Players Stage 'Born Yesterday 1 Temple Enaano-EI Plapari pre eat the bit comedy. Born %  >*'''• -•-.-day through Monday \ •. .4 •, :<5 at tne ne Hotel if> p.m Bora Vesterda] the play • b catapulted Judy ii Ihday and Pa D ngia enrun r. Broadway % %  lently made Into picture In the Temple Player; producected by fnxie Levin. -ns and Charles Rosenblatt play the leading roleAll-star cast of local perform' includes Al Leibert. of the V-INZ Leave it to Leibert" -how. Bernard Green. Arlene Harris Reuben Levin. Dr. Philip Stern. rroond Mufson, Allan Yudakofiky. Michael Rokeach and Blanche : Rosenbla't. who ialso assistant director. 0 J R tsenstrauch Li -• .• nager, and Ben Ball. I isuii i are announcing the couples betrothal, the future bride is the granddaughter of kng-ume resident MrMary Stepkin and the !ate Mr and Mrs Ben BBver A graduate of Miami S<~ High, the bride-elect will receive t degree in education from the L*ni\ersitj .:' Miami in January. :.^5 aad .-T-.O-A interning at Kinloch Park She ser\e as preside-: of Phi SigBM Sigma Sorority and u a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, muv ic fraternity A lyric soprano. M -Stepkin hasung for many local organiratior.; Now a -*nior in the I'niver-.-;. Of Miami School of Law. the bndeas a BA degree from City Col> | ".. "i m] is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, k rnity ••:• is rj -on of MrHelen Sussman. of New York, ar-i Albert Sussman, 10971 su iTth St WSS 0?fT4 JTEf Mrs. LeVint is Guest MrEvelyn Le Vine, pa-' president of JWVA, a as guest honor at a membership tea of the LadieAuxiliary. Harry H Coh< de-Bay Harbor Post 723 on Tuesday. Oc? 27. a" Bel Aire Hot<. Pn lidenl .! Sadye La: Art Week Has Festival on Beach American Art Week Fc--j il ami Beacn pre-er I Bfae l ly of Mi red aa com — ,.-..:;, -er •e Federal Savings a: • on ( The Festival -A-ili be held il I I \"ov 7 and 8. t innu m noon each day to : : LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTACTING • HPAIBIHG lamtaa o*d co^n y o>i> a Y.r Ull S.W. 14* ST. HI 6-9904 TAILORING SHOP aad FORMAL RENTAL AGENCY FOR SALE 1? ycj't tame location. uerifle* R-t nng. ?52o f-onct dLeon Blvd. ELECTROLOGIST BEMOVE UNWANTED HAIR. Uteased. lotol leoding Department Store experience. r. 0 methods. Have Ma-.nme Wrii Travel ^^.^^NA^d784 or 757 6479 STUDIO ES'ABL. WEO 5 SCE i4' JE1-3415 *EDDINGS a BAR MITZVAHS • PORTRAITURE • COMMERCIAL a COPIES !_ S'ASF A' YOOP StP.'CE 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH .. OVERWEIGHT? : TIRED? TENSE? RENT AN tSKASlUR tfll Cr* War l.r. W. •,, I, Nr BMtah tm1\ 221-4422 rRICMDir. GENTLE Coral Gables Convalescent Home HOH-itCTAIIHH CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE ^ • H.o'h^r veals Opt.ona • Especially designed an*) • equipped tor the car* of th# elderl, and chronically iM • Special diets observed • • Nursing staff on duty 24 hours a day undar supei• vision of registarad nursa* 0 • Recreation, occupational therapy • a Beautiful screened-." .aim 700 S. W ath STREET <9K Iht Ti~.tm, TrtJ) MIAMI. FLORIDA Fersinand M Kosanthal. Owntr.Dirtctor faraiar 4a I Olrnter %  l tiHi Hiaa ci'vilax #. Dirntw J-.uk Hi., tar Ae. PiHiaertk rr %



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    ?m November 6. 1964 +-knist.Fkridr*ir> Page 9-B INSTALLATION luncheon of the | M ., vn Towers North Worn,„• Club was held Sunday afternoon in the Fontaine Room of ,hc Fontainebleau Hotel. Over 2 guests saw Mrs. Bennett Wexler installed as new president She wore a white wool •heath with %  hiuh scooped neckline and short sleeves. Outjjo!„., president, Mrs. Harry P. Samuelwai in black Italian ylk-wool slieath, and her matchma jacket featured a portrait neckline. Co-chairmen of the event were Mrs. EUgena D. Kahn and Mrs. Marion Meyer. Mrs. Kahn chose 8 two -piece silver brocade with a dqjihlc row of self-covered buttons'dwn the front of her fitted jacket. A gold silk sheath with a bateau neckline and silk [rifiged hem-length front pannier was WOW by Mrs. Meyer. Mrs Julius Levinsky's white -ilk "had an interesting silk floral print Insert at the neckline. An ce ink damask two-piece ensembh was the choice of Mrs. Hubej Foster. Mrs. Martha .litter wore a red and white silk ribbon knit slieath. with a scoop,d neckline and red banding at the neck and sleeves. Mrs. ;, Iz's choice was an .in satin sheath. A ired beige two-piece as worn by Mrs. 1 le Mrs. Louis Kane's Cl ce was a Goya red ilk ensemble. Mrs. Sophie I!' hey was in a red silk print sheath which feature.I a lloral print. |u|ASTER ol ceremonies for the %  "" day was Mrs. Emanucl Mcntz. Her avocado colored silk was splashed with red roses. A black silk sheath with a matching black iridescent sequin sweater was worn by Mrs. Augusta Goldstein. Mrs. George Mildorff's pink silk had a match ing sweater A turquoise knit sheath with a matching colored lame' thread woven into the fabric was chosen by Mrs. George Shapiro. Her sleeveless dress had a high cowled neckline. Mrs. Anne Kaufman's twopiece charcoal Italian knit was trimmed with jet beading at the neckline and banded the overblouse. A silk print of Calusa coral tlowers was selected by Mrs. Bess Cohen. Her white silk coat was lined to match her sheath. A transitional dark print was the choice ot Mrs. Shirley Queen. M RS. Louis Baida chose an electric blue siik sheath with an unusual treatment in the bodice which created a blouson back and fitted front A black silk with floral appliques on the bodice was worn by Mrs. ROM Wenger. Mrs. Rose Unban. president of Morton Towers South, was in a white imported silk sheath White silk was also the choice of Mrs. Ira Weiner. Her sheath was trimmedwith iridescent sequins. An aquamarine crepe sheath with bellshaped sleeves was worn by Mrs. Nan Jacobs. Self-colored ball \ fringe trimmed her sleeves. A three-piece Italian knit was Mrs, Sereta Ellison's choice for; the luncheon. Her skirt and' jacket were in forest green, and | her sand-colored overblouse had a wide band of red at the waist. Mrs. Itf.se Reiehel's black silk sheath featured a capelette collar Ol white Bavarian lace. A white satin brocade sheath was worn by Mrs. Molly Casper. Mrs. Estelle Karlinsky wore a twopiece lame' in the dark transits nal tone, with a chanel-style |acket. Cold silk and satin in vertical -tripes were featured in Mis. Helen Benton's shirtwaist -t\ led uress. GYMNASIA • SAUNA • COLONIC • MASSAGE ENJOY THE ROBUST FEELING OF VIGOROUS WELL-BEING. The Coral Gables Health Institute offers health services equal to those at a famous European Spa. If you are overweight—feeling and looking older than you really are Our Reducing Plan can liberate you. Whatever your health problem, feel free to discuss it with our trained personnel, under doctors supervision. Separate departments for men and women. Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. Free Parking. Mirror Show Due at Burdine's A newly-created mirror show; v. ill oiler local area residents entertainment and fun-filled education Nov. 16 to 24. when Burdine's. in cooperation with the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, unveils the spectacular "Mirror Magic" show at the downtown Miami store. A recheck of an average day will show most people use a mirror at least a dozen times, much more often it they drive a car. A walk past Burdine's downtown display windows during the week of Nov. 16 display period will show the history of mirrors from the. bronze polish hand-type mirror! used by Cleopatra moie than 2.000 years ago. through today's modern and varied designs. Sidewalk passers-by will see the i magic of mirrors as they watch themselves in large mirrors through the sidewalk display windows. Their own reflection will suddenly disappear, and they will find themselves looking at a mannequin featuring today's fashions. Kashmir Room Atop Taj Apts, Mrs Madge Duefrene is manager of the new Kashmir Room atop the Taj Apartments. 33 SVV 2nd Ave. Miami. The Kashmir Room Cocktail Lounge is open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Specially-priced cocktail is served ior lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.. and at the cocktail hour from S to 7 p.m. Mrs. Duefrene bos managed diniTxn-ncma for the Meyer chain of hotels from 1930 to 1938, Melody Lane Restaurant In Hollywood. Calif., during the war. started the first coffee shop at the Ocean Shore Motel in 1950, and has operated her own shop here for five \ ears. The Kashmir Room will !• closed all day on Sundays.—S.T. Karen Kay Wins Merit Award Another honor has come the way of Karen Kay, considered by many to be the busiest senior at Southwest High School. The daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Kay, 1421 SW 85th Ct., who is current president of Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls, Karen has received I a merit award from the Dairy Council of South Florida. The, council has a continuing program j to honor meritorious young people of school age in Dade County. Karen has served on Student Council two year-, the Sophomore and Junior Boards and the Prom Committee. She is a member ot Pep Club. Future Teachers of America. Spanish and National Honor Societies, and is an A-student. The Dairy Council is interested in achievers in many fields. Nomii nations can be made to Mrs. Ruth B. Kassewitz. P.O. Box 346. Coconut (Jrove Station, Miami. Parents Without Partners Parents Without Partners ot Miami Beach will hold a cocktail dance on Sunday, Nov. 15, 8:30 p.m., in the Basque Room of the Barcelona Hotel. Music is by ll> Freid's Band. Women CPA's to Dine Miami Chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants will hold their dinner and meet| in HMfay, 6:30 p.m.. at the j McAllister Hotel. Moreland King. I Certified Public Accountant, will moderate a discussion of Electronic Accounting for Small Busi ness." No. Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade Scheduled Veteran's Day. Nov. 11, will be celebrated in North Miami Beach with a parade sponsored by the Abe Horrowitz Post 682. Jewish War Veterans, the Skelly McLeon American Legion Post 257 and the City ot North Miami Beach. The parade will start at 10 a m.. on 163rd St. and 12th Ave.. and will proceed to the No. Miami Beach Auditorium on NE 19th Ave. and 171st St. Leading the parade will be Frank Fontaine of the Jackie Gleason show. All branches of the military services will be represented in the parade, as well as high school ; bands, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Dignitaries will include Rep. Claude Pepper, County Mayor i Charles (Chuck) Hall and North Miami Beach Mayor Arthur I. Sny! der. Television personalities participating will he Jack O'Brien and 'Chuck Zink. who will be master of ceremonies. FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE JEWISH COHVALESCEHT HOME OF SOUTH FLORIDA I > r L T Coral Cables Health Institute 47 VALENCIA AVENUE • CORAl GABLES. 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    >,*• Fage 2-B vjmrisl) rtcrldlar Friday, November 6, 19,64 MB berg and Murray Kirschnr fo|.< auction dire c lowed by a Chinese ted by Mrs j ac k KnUaT Sherman Fast j. s president Hanna Senesch Group m I \, on day at the AJaim Hotel iv,.,,!: is Mrs. SamFeklman Shaloma Group ,11 mei t Moday noon at the DiLido Hotel R! freshments will be served, and film. "Hadassah G4. •. u shown. Entertainment is i Yetta Sbulman I', eei Irvin Shapirn be Mr,. Mrs. Rabbi end Mrs. David Lehrfield. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, are tendered a surprise Bon Voyage reception by the officers of the congregation at the airport on the occasion of •.heir departure for Israel. Left to right are Cantor and Mrs. Abraham Seif. Samuel Lerner, second vice president, Mrs. Lemer. Mrs. David Eisenstein. Mr. Eisenstein. chairman of the board, Mrs. Milton Kahn, Mr. Kahn, treasurer. Mrs. Louis DubMiami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Plans November Meetings for 16 Groups Miami Beach Chapter of Harlas-..h is planning Novembei meet :for all It groups. Southgata Group n I! •• ..., (in Monday. 7:30 p m.. in the Terraea lin, Rabbi and Mrs. David Lehrfield, Louis Dublin, president. Room A Ha lassan mov e ..m oe Joseph Nadler, third vice president, Mrs. Nadler, Mrs. Philip shown, and Hadassah Medical ten. Weiss, and Mr. Weiss, firtt vice president. The three boys icr will be highlighted. Mr.\hte are Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrfield's three sons who are also makFreeman and Mrs Hy Mintz wffi ing the trip. The little girl is Cantor and Mrs. Self's daughter |* Pekcr8 Mrs Joseph who also was at the airport to say goodbye. bers 1S • %  *• Tribute'' in mony, Mrs. president. a candlelight cereMilton Weinbcri; is Brartdeis Group will meet for cheori at 11 30 a.m. on Monday. i ihe Fontainebleau Hotel. Jewish Book Month will be highlighted. •..itli Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. chapter educational chairman, as guest speaker. Mrs Samuel turns is president. Bay Harbor Group will meet at the Singapore Hotel on Monday. 11:30 am., tor luncheon Celebra tin. Jewish Cook Month. Kabbi Eugene Labovitz of Temple Nor Tamid. will review a book. Mrs George Meisel ipresident. Deborah Grcup will meet Monday. Nov. 23 !2:30. at the home •f Mrs. Harvey Salomon. 5120 Al ion Rd. Old and new members are invited to a membership tea Mesriames Herbert Guttman. Clarence III II. i.i STO lVHXinat abiVUilu'juLrrl. Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 Friedman and Ruth Pike are in charge Esther Grcup meets at the Be! Aire Hotel on Monday al noon. Luncheon will be served Also slated are A Salute to Life Members" and a book review by Herzl 'Honor Mrs Hattie Satir will preside I. R. Goodman Group will meet Wednesday. 8 p.m.. in Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, downtown branch Mrs. Max Affachiner is president Heril Group meets Monday at the -Roney 1'laza Hotel at noon Luncheon will be served Movie film will highlight Uadaasah Medical Center and "Lite Membership Jack Woody At Ladies' Meet Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam, program chairman, Islander .Chi pter of Women's American OUT. will present Jack Woody, recreation superintendent of the City of Miami Beach and recipient of the Helen Keller "Crusade. the Blind'" medal, at a regular Kincheon meeting Tuesday at the Roney I'laza Hotel. Wood) will show a documentary iilm. 'Heart of the City." and' rive his views on recreation for young and old. Mrs. Leo Gross is president of the chapter and Mrs. Jack Vivian iin charge of nervations. Israeli Group will meet at the Algiers Hotel on Mo:.clay noon. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest speaker, and a musical program presented by Mrs. Ida Roller Marx. accompanied by Mrs Olga Bibor rn at the piano Mrs Sam Appel ipresident King Cole Kadimah Group will meet Monda> noon in the King Cole Entertainment Room. Dessert luncheon will be served High lighting membership will be guest speaker. Mrs Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter president. Entertainment will folkm Mrs. Samuel Solkoil presides Emma Lazarus Group will meet Monday noon at Washington Federal Saving:, am Ian Association. 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrv Stanley Milledge. ol WCKT Ch. 7. director of Women's Community Affairs will be guest speaker. Readings from works of Emma Lazarus will be offered by Muriel Joseph. Mrs. Jack Wolfstwm will preside Morton Towers Group v ill meet Monday noon in the Morton Towers Restaurant Program will highI Hadass H lical Organization .\ ith Hattie Wagner, >o; and Aidi N a no Mrs nuel Monti ipresident. Renanah Group will ho'd thrfir>t evening meeting Monday, 8 p.m in the home "i Mr. and Mrs I Jaj Dermer, 2989 Flamingo PI. Highlighting Hadassah Medical Center, a vignette will be presented by Mesdaines Seymour Evisei Henrietta Szold Grouo t-iulei its meeting Monday, 12:30, at the Algiers. Refrei iimei us wi ved. A musical pp with Frederika, mezzo-f and Esther Ba Tett at piat will he presented Mrs II. i %  is president Stephen Wise Group iLrxi kostx-H |'r ir jkfTr MfieRS New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with amrrcnial U. Cfer't fc-iexua WILNO KOSHER c Sr e ".*o. ?" ,c SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • ois 6 os o r BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 • • • • • • • • Naturally good! Tastiest snack with any dish ^^ Q'and for canapes, dips and munchi-g! 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    Friday. November 6, 1964 + Jen 1st) fk rid ton Page 5-A Top Miami Leaders Will Attend CJFWF General Assembly in St. Louis Nov. 12 Durinq Sabbath Services at Temple Judea. Herbert Gelernter, aast president, presents Joseph Krefetz. newly-installed presdent with an award for outstanding service to the Temple luin'q the past yeor. Lett to right are Gelernter. past presdent Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple Judea. and Joseph Krefetz. new president. Air Force Studies Complaints Of Slur to Jewish Servicemen Continued from Page 1-A Tjund any basis" for American Jewish personnel to feel insecure among the Libyans. He Mid "we have carefully watched the situation and in each instance concluded that there was no immec'iate concern for the safety of our personnel." Bui on Ihc question of censor pro-Jewish material and broadcasts by the no I forces radio and teleNation at Wheelus Air Base, %  nounced anew that self-imposed program terns hich are conr-ctionable to the courtdeletions, the that "in order t" prenenl to our Goi must respect the host natl ns and n people i" sed b) those an •• %  i %  ; p • iible exist on the o| Israel, Judaism, and those of the ish faith. The Air Force is ing action that these reitr are not being improperly plied." he said. Jewtakaints apThe relevance "f communal sorrices to changing Jewish neea and responsibilities will be considered by leaders of Jewish FedWelfare Funds from throughout the United States and Canada at the 33rd General As -emu) of the Council ol Jewish tions and Welfare Funds in si. Louis at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel from Nov. 12 to 15. Leaders ci the Greater Miami Jewish Federation scheduled t<> participate in the General Assembly, which v. ill consider the relevance of a worldwide network ol community-supported services to meet the shifting pattern ol modern needs are Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Sid nej Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Norton Paliot. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan. and Assistant Director Robert P. Forman. During the three-day Assembly, Rosichan will serve as a consultant to the session discussing Federation's responsibilities to board members of its affiliated agencies. Harris will serve as a panelist in the session devoted to fund-raising programs and techniques, and Mrs. Myers will participate in the panel on volunteer services programming. Myers, a former five-term president Of the Council of Jewish Federations "and Welfare Funds, .\ ill chair the high point of the Assembly, the Saturday nighl baniuet, when the fourth annual Her jert ft. Abies Memorial address >n the subject ol "Poverty in Al fluence" will be delivered by Michael Harrington, chairman of •he board-elecl of the League lor Industrial Democracy. Harrington, who 1serving as a consultant t<> the Office oi Econ inic Opportunity in the war against poverty, is the author of many books including "The oth?r America—Poverty in the United States Norton Paliot will join young leaders of Federation from throughout the country as Miami's recipient of the Presidents' Leadership Award. Pallot and other young leaders from throughout the country will be honored at the Assembly "for their leadership in Federation and communal service, and for their outstanding potential as leaders of their local community and national Jewish communal service." Other sessions of the General Assembly will deal with overseas needs and American responsibilities, the personnel crisis in staffing Jewish communal agencies for| service to the community, the human rights revolution role relation to Federation, women's s vice to the community, fund-ri ing. budgeting, and other aspi 0! Federation work that 1 elp heiter the looal commun well aSupport pr 1 s in countries overseas. M n b< rs of the Miami Fedi lion who helped to plan the for the I3i 1 I Vsse includi ii Federation Presid Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs Wye ban. ii • > %  TS1 i LOANS LOW AS 4y 4 % DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU NEED NEW OR USED CARS JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL < BANK V* 01 MIAMI BEACH • 3d 41t STREET (Arlh k r God't Road al Pinedee Drlv) wva( 'tcr**t tse*if srsrtM 'in**, cfoi \'****cc eo*oc there's] no Match for a flameless fjP • super-fast • super-safe • cleaner • cooler and cooks for less than a penny a person per meal. 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    Toda y, Novemb er 6, 1964 Jbiflcft nnrtrfrtn Paq* 7-B I Socialite ... b\j man Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and the Saul Silbermans will lead a tropicai safari to the Bay Roe Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Joining a group of distinguished doctors from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital who are conducting a post-graduate seminar on "Currant Concepts of Medicine" Creeling Ihe party at the airport will be Dr. Herbert F.ldcmiic. Minister of Health of Jamaica, Luncheon table in orange and black for the surprise farewell party uiven last weekend for Ruth Geigher on the eve ol her return, with husband Charles, to rove St. Louis where the couple will live again in their old hometown Hostesses for the affair during the Halloween weekend were Esther Levitt and | Ruth's sister-in-law, Marian (Mrs. Phil Fixel Guests at the Mimosa affair, promising "'never to forget" were I.il Silverman. Jimmy Katz. Edith Freedman, Sally Ehrlich, Caryl Goodman, Hilda Gertler, Flo Horowitz. Rose Hoffman visiting here from W. Hartford, Elizabeth Fixel. Ruth's mother. Alma Beiler, Fay Rubin. Mitzie Weiss, Adah Walley. and Hose Levinson. Having received a citation from Dade County Public Schools lor her service on the Custom Tailoring Women's Apparel Advisory Craft Committee, Margaret Newman Stearn almost immediately found herself chairing the group Capsule impression of Israel by Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. local women's leader who participated in a Women's Mission there along with 30 other top women leaders irom cities throughout the country, graphically expressed in a card to friends: "It's a tight schedule ... I came. I saw. I marvel. 1 rejoice ... I wee;) Guess that sums it up." Home Resident To Celebrate 100th Birthday Saturday. Nov. 7. marks an his-; attended bv her two children. Mrs. leric occasion at Douglas Gardens, j Jessie Marcus and Jerome Oppenjewish Home for the Aged, when; heimer ,„,„, of Miami. Mrs. Op-' „„, Carrie <*"*?*^*Jgr penheimer has two grandchildren .,„,. ( .|eb,ate, her 100th birth£ ^ nle lt grandt nil(|r( n day at the Home. the Mil be honored with a parMrs. Oppenheimer has been a .,,...! ra ke with too candles, resident of the Jewish Home for the Aged for the past six months and is the first resident to celebrate a looth birthday at the Home. Born in Cologne, Germany, on Nov. 7. 1864, she came to the Lnited States at the age of 21 In New York, she married Henry Oppenheimer, a printer. She came to Dade County in 1947. shortly after her husband's death. Mrs. Oppenheimer is a warm.' OUt-gOing person, a ureat lover of' opera and all symphonic music. and listening to music has continued to be her favorite pastime c6MS > *4feo % I Mrs. Carrie Oppenheimer is congratulated by her dauqhter, Mrs. Jessie Marcus, on the occasion of hei 100th birthday Saturday. ^ THE ONLY Kosher Products To be Available Runstein, a chief executive Morrison and Schiff. one of the di New England manufacturkobher smoked meat proiiiit-. lure Ibis week to make ingements for entry into 1 ida area market The : ducts will be distributed > Herman Pearl, president of Due Provisions Co., Inc.. announced thai Bill Ladiciated with Pearl for the yews, is serving as vice and general manulac The kosher meat products will %  available at better food stores civ aiid throughout Dade Coun•> 1 he firm has a reputation foi its strict kishruth and the respect i leading rabbis throughout the lation. Number One Provisions has Opened headquarters on Miami Beach at l Alton Rd— S.T. 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    Friday Novemb^G 1964 *J(wi§§i Mrriciinm Page 7-A E^w^'. .^WM I %  Y" teen leaders gathered to plan the 11th annual Teen-Aqe Conclave at a recent meetina directed by Burton Garr (standinqi who will again be staff coordinator lor the conclave. Garr ifl branch director of the Miami Beach "Y." Left to right are the teen-age delegates from the various branches: Ida Offenbach, Miami Branch; Robert Stone, Beach Branch, and Gai 1 Steinfink, North County Branch. The conclave will be held Sunday, Dec. 13, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel Zionist Organization of America Elects Dr. Lehrman a National Vice President n |i in Lehrman has boon national vice president Zionist Ofgaaizattoa <>f A • ica Dr M x Nun-, president, 0 ; Hollyuoad | i" a let I I! a l> b 1 this i ngratu lati "ii liis| election .it the ZOA's 67th an i national convention in Washit on, D.C. D*. UHMMM Dec ,-ed Or. Nussbaum: "We are oil proud of th historic achievements of th ZOA in years past. We are also wr that the changing world cells tor changing patterns. The Zionist movement es a whole, and the ZOA in particular, are now t,ed with the test of recognizing the needs of the day." \ ii I the national president to Di Lehrman •Your dedicated in the past eminently i you for the position of n il ilit) you now hold, and I look forward to your continued fcuidatici and leadership, which the ZOA in the fore• the world Zionist moveIn another letter from Leon May, of Nashville, Ternr., president of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization ot America, the Temple Knianii-Kl Of Miami Beach spiritual leader was told: "The elevation of a man such M yourself to a position of leadec>hip is one example <'l the new look in our organization." National V'iM piv-idt'iit is the highest national office in the Southeast Region. Dr. lehrman i> the first rabbi to be honored with this position in Hie 11 year history ol the renion and the second mem be* of the South Florida area to -,en e in this eapacity. He succeeds Louis B. Hudnuk of Coral (iables. I And A Warm P**l **— •* ,V,e introauclion ot ....... CHEVI B'nai Sholom Maps Meeting Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood will have it.s regular monthly meeting 00 Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. The program will feature Chanuka songs led '•> Cantor Abraham Reisoman. Chanuka items Horn the Temple Gift Shop will be shown Sisterhood It now accepting reservations for its New Year's e\e affair, to be held at the Temple, which will include a hot butfet. live music, and favors. > *# tyc^f Now Sheraton insures your hotel reservation. You get $20 in services free if we don't deliver on a confirmed reservation Don't worry. We won't be giving away many $20. This is brand new, and only Sheraton has it. Read carefully: II you hold a confirmed reservation at any Sheraton Hotel, and if you show up for your room when you said you would and if, for any reason, you don't get a room, then we give you a certificate good for $20 worth of food, beverages and lodging at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn anywhere. No but's or maybe's. And you get the $20 certificate even if your reservation called for a $990 room. You can't lose. But then, you never can at Sheraton. For Insured Reservations at guaranteed rates (you never pay a penny more than your reservation calls for). Phone any Sheraton Hotel or Reservation Office. ,95 Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns hand persona y at VENETIAN RN* or n^f e 6 service ALL •*• ^^ your car. ^^•nat-on.. L n. rt$ tflrlding an\ |he 0ot$t<" ld,n9 • .L. rrnali and at 1965 K*' „ AMD SERVING YOU. „ m — ""JLg* SOI FRAN* 61 president, uA* W Leasing.


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    rndcv. November 6, 1964 *Jfew#i fk>rldHaw Page 11-B f R cfnhards to be Honored at 17th Annual pinner of Hebrew Academy in January Virs. Samuel Reinhard U I > %  Hebrew i ts i;u, annual schol ::, gala function ,:„, :: a. the ol the S.oo., ..{.,,.', honorees ;•> madi 1 Merwitzer. Academy u als c*es'9 na,ed Leonard Res ,r chairman of the Greater l„ Committee for State of Ura* Bonds and long-time Acadtmy tade', as chairman for the snnu event. \iand Mrs. Rcinhard have Ha, „i the development i ,sh education in Florida 'Adult Education t Ner Tamid v i institute ol Adull i, ,; msored jointly bj : B'nai B'rith, and ., hcduled to meel j beginning Nov F S nil i F: (I .ul gh orr. 11 Irsai 1 %  -.. n, bl %  -, %  will be held in hapel, \MI*I morning temple library. chairman <>i the • p. (ommittee i s Murassisted by Mrs Ben Mrs Paul Pre-Mr Alex Rest, Martin Taub, : Mi Carl Tyson. Kabbi Labovitz is advisor. ,ci-. schedule*, and instriui> "Elementary Hebrew," \ Aviva Richman. and sa'.ional Hebrew." by iehman. 8 to 9 p.m.; "Connai Hebrew," staff instructo 12 noon; Advanced Con Hebrew," Bruce Rich Bible and Current Events," Labovitz, it to 10 p.m.; "Jewture and History." 9 to 10 Introduction to the l'rophte 5:15 p.m. Rabbi rger. (or manj yej^s. pi tyed active roles in Ihe establishment and growth ol the State ol Israel, and •ypify the verj essence of Judaism," Met.' .i/i r said in announcing Ihe selection i i the i: %  -*ir> honorees Rosen, speaking at a kickoff committee meeting Sunday at the home ol Rabbi Alexander s Gross Academy principal, announced a goal o| 1,000 ticket salefor the 17th annual dinner. The Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, only school of its kind south oi Baltimore, has more than %  100 students enrolled from kindergarten through the 10th grade Funds realized from the Jan. 3 dinner will help provide scholarships for approximately half of the students, who receive complete education in both general ar.d Jewish studies, including a thorough grounding in modern Hebrew. The Reinhards have four grand chil Iren enrolled al the Academy. and each t them will join in the salute to Iheir grandparents at Ihe dinner. Rcinhard co-chairman ot the Hebrew A' %  demj Board "t Admissions, ha been active in e> PI J previous annual dinner lli> wife is a leader of the Hebrew Academj women Rosen -.nd an outstanding national figure will be named to speak at the Dcauville dinner, vthich la-t year honored Jacob C. Cohen and featured an address b) Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk. Checking over heavy advance ticket sales for the 17th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy are (left to riqht) Finance Committee Chairman Harry Genet; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Louis Merwitzer. president; and Samuel Reinhard, honoree for the Ian. 3 function at the Deauville Hotel together with Mrs. Reinhard. Career Counseling Program Launched chances tor self-fuifillmenl and success." explained Mr-. Ruth Ros i nl -rg, MA. v hi' "ill coordinate irogram for JVS "Jewish Vocational Service Is v.ell-alerted t" the massive, constantly changing employment needs ol business, the professions and government. By counseling Ugh schoolers in terms of these opportunities, plus their own abilit eand interests, we believe we can help these youngsters chart a rewarding career for themselves," according to Dr. Michael Goodman, educational psychologist and director of JVS activities. |da+h Yeshurun Honor Duo Fndaj evening services I i in Rabbi Johan E. Capfemple Adath Yeshurun. Platt, religious vice preslit. nd Sam Rubenstein, honori :-:nbei. Board of Directors. honored for "dedicated J Ihe temple and special lii rendered the congregathe recent High Holy Ila". and Rubenstein, who are fel ge of the daily morning [evening services at the ternmated at the "Pesukay |r .i Shachris" and Mincha liton Rosh Hashona and ppur. neg Shabbat reception in %  nor will be given at the 'ii o| the service. Carol Lake Towers In Ft. Lauderdale Invites Occupancy Luxurious Coral Lake Tower-. Ft. Lauderdale's newest sevenst iry rental waterfront apartment, iready for immediate Occupancy. Located in one of Ft. Lauderdale's most distinguished and exelusive communities. I'oral Lake Towers iwithin minutes of shoppin^ centers, fine public beaches. schools ;md theatreEach apartment has self-controlled heat and air-conditioning, there is a pool and recreation area, and parking is free. Situated in the midst of a serene landscape dotted with winding lanes, the exclusive apartment house rates are surprisingly low. Leases are available for one. two and three years with special rates for two and three-year leases and one month free with one-year lease to the first 10 lessees. Detailed brochure on Coral Lake Towers is available at 1831 I NE 38th St.. Ft. Lauderdale.—S.T. A career counseling pro-ram for Jewish high schoolerknown as "Career Clinic" hibeen ann< unced bj Mrs, Charles P. Feinberg, president ol Jewish Vocational Service, an agencj ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. According to Mrs. Sidney Lewi.-. board member and chairman ol Career Clinic any nth or 12th, grader is eligible tor the program Career Clinic will include a, -erics of tests on student-' aptitudes, interests, abilities, person alitieand achievementEach student and his parents will meet 1 individually with a counseling psy-1 chologist to interpret results ot the tests in terms of different jobs available, future training that might be needed and college education, "Based on what the student learns about himself or herself from tests and counseling. Students will discover the types of careers which offer them the bes( Wise Group Meeting Board meeting of the Stephen SWise Croup of Hadassah was held Monday in the Deauville Hotel's Charlemagne Room Mrs. M. Mintuwas in charge of arrange inputs. Galbut to Speak In Synagogue Young Citizens lor Judaism, a newly-formed college co-ed group will hear Councilman Hyman Gal but on Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. in a i mge on "The Life of a Jew ish Officer in the Navy." On Sunday. Nov. is. the gi will hear Rabbi Berel Wein, of Beth Israel Congregation, discuss Are We Mature in Religion?' The group meets each Sunday, 10:30 a.m., at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. 1532 Washington Ave. Brunch is served. Miracle Lodge To Give Play A Masonic play entitled "The Hearts of the Fathers" will be given by members of Miracle Lodge F & AM on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.. at 2875 MacFarlane Rd„ Coconut C, rove Under the direction oi Mai Jacobson, who is also in the cast, performers are: Buddy Halpert, Merl Jacobson Marts Nash, Leonard Wolf, Bill Koblens, Harold Barkowitz, Da Vtelin, Fred August, Ken I ei Merl Sidle. Irving Stone. Al Lev me and Miss Allison August Worshipful Master i[rving VVeiner All Masons are invited. Beth Israel Auction Bazaar On Sunday. Nov. 15. at 1:30 p.m., Beth Israel Congregation and Sisterhood will spon-or an auction bazaar at 3785 Chase Avenue. To be demolished and replaced by a new sanctuary for the synagogue, all items of furnishings, fixtures, canned goods, clothing and other utilities in the home will be sold. In charge Of further information is Mrs. Kyla Landesman, president of the Sisterhood. Rabbi Berel Wein is spiritual leader of the congregation, and Moses J Grundwerg is president. Mesivta Slates Book Review Mesivta ol Greater Miami will hold its first annual Book Fanin honor of Jewish Book Month on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Zvi Berger. 1529 Royal Palm Ave Program will be highlighted by a review of Harry Simonhoff's i new book. 'The Chosen One." byMrs. Sanford Jacobson. Miami lee hirer. Simonhoff will attend the Book Fair and answer questions. Co-chairing are Mrs. Berger and Mrs. Berel Wein. Mrs. Irwin Makovsky is president of the group. 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    p >~r* Fage 2-A *Jmistfkriihar Friday. Noverriser 6. 1964 It's President Johnson in Landslide rjt.n received ;.846 vote-, to v.n For PuMic Def< T er Charie* 'V English, v. ho -rr Koeppr-i ov scored 77.534 b&l'o'v IIdttft%T, 744 7* 10 Contirxted from P9 1-A : Jacfcsom ;I -..the 15 Hnsjat --; teynwili -^ere <• -..BCdl tR* I •— | (be Fourth Dirtrict nm99) Rep".*b!iear. JvMcMJM 1 :-. The Fk-r r*E*J. M Ha\erfield i to w;r. i (MPyot term :n the 1*4.543 -:•=%. •H—i** el Rer v r ^e vTarhre*. :• -re : T". Slac* b> 152 528 te.TT5 Mad Democrat Ralph rattan rWfe aftd hh eppos: V--.. v.-.-.. by WO! 7 tO3 506 A-d Rep. Claude Pepper slid Ft* dfertff heft T A Buc u a*Ja a second *erm. defeatim tamper; Ms Republican aaver-n Republican opposition. Peul HBlMM B-ichariar. Kbiei O'Neill, in the recertify*reared M s v^corwi term by garner.r.. T>< rd District by ,3B2 to 44.TB 165 045 to Alfred Marfceirr taMas, '*5 Lebediker Unit Has Meeting fhaniaj v • *h* Leo* d ker Branch. PWtaad Labor Z.*r:t. was to hold a pe*' m e etin g at W' Federai. Greetings uere '.o be extended to Jewtsli r.v.-.:-• ud historian Abraham Warsha '•'.-Ws: -i, Mr and MrMenaha FelSD, and Mr. and MrJerome Yeaner on Uwir return from Isra#l. and Mn Leon On • v ere to host the collation in honor of their 40'h wedding anniversary'. tag, President P Zuekerman viato to attend a J • At a rn^'irrE on Sunday. Oct. 25. conducted by Oscar Sha: rWc preaHWM. the past ft work "3appraised and plans for the coming season formulated. •ributing to the dtscossion! were Solomon PartiesEly Mails, Hyman Eisenbaum MrM;r iarr. Halperr.. Leon April. Maurice Forer. Jacob Fraydman. Dr D. Davis Dr Norman Berk S Tetenbi im .' %  leph Lit in and Jerome Yesner. Mr. arKi MrBenjamin Talmadge were in eh _•• | the meetat which Michl and Fai .ral program INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT. 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    >-** Frtre 4-B +J(*isf fksrldKan Friday, .cv? 3 Suburban League Fashion Show Betfa Tcrah Congregation models left to right ere Mrs. Josepr. Sr.yder Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs. Lecr.ord Peer:. Mrs. Louis Sccratow, Mrs. Morty Deckelbcum. Mrs. Stanley Stein, president of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Mrs. Gerald Spolter. Mrs. Sam Leb, Mrs. Samuel Rocklin, end Mrs. Bernard Gordon. They are preparing for a fashion show brunch, featuring the collection of Young Sophisticates, at Beth Torah Social Hall on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi Narot Due in Review Rabbi Joseph R Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will reMew The Chosen One.' by local '.or and Jewish historian Harry nhoff. at a brunch at the home 'i Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. 5925 N Ba> shore Dr.. on Wednesday, • '> a.m.. it uas announced by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairof the program The reception, hosted by Mrs Sim >nbo£f, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew L Diversity will honor Mrs. chairman of the "Woman of the Year'' Committee Beth Israel Siyum Dinner A dinner in honor of the completion siyum) of the tractate Rosa Ha-hona of the Babylonian T. ..-nud, and of the Seder of Moed of the Mishnah. will take place on Wednesday evening. Nov. 25. 6 p.m., at Waldman's Hotel. In charge of information and reservations are Max Gutmann and Dan Kuttler. co-chairmen of the siyum dinner. like CHEESE KREPLACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows v. rial he's talk.ng about. His Cheese Ravioli has the '—whether you r Jewish or a H •. )mc for lun;h or suppert.. CHEF EOY-AP-DEE* Cheese Ravioli If : like chee=e kreplach, s th:se tender little macaroni pies ...filled with tar.gy Italian Cheese...simmered uith savory tomato sr:-_;e ar.J chceve... seasoned in the real Italian way. L*-m, m' Real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyAr-Dee. And thrifty. Costs only about 15* per serving! CHEESE Ravioli JM s/.uce i i /ttecUUu,j**U kcat '* 'tail Mrs. Charcow sky in the planning of the 'Woman of the Year'' luncheon arc the following chairmen: Miss Lillian Goodman. Woman of the Book; Mrs. Irving E. Miller, scholarship; Mrs Trudy Hamer-chlaa bequests; Mrs Harrj F!a ::' membership; ana Assisting Mrs Simonhoff and hhea C. Gladwin, public. 4 :. Noted benefactors of the Hebrew University, the Charcowskys have received national recognition for their le?dership in support of the State ot I>rael and ol the university. burban I ond an benefit luncheon and Fash I noon at ountry Club. lay is M nd Mn Edhairman. iTo< e< i to Variety dren's Hosj ital, the I • majre of cancer pat. %  r • ill present a preI 1965 fashions, ian Thai and ruir by Queen's Corner." Hi be modeled by mem-ban League, and the ill be headed by Mr-. Norman Share. Mrs. Larry Albert and Mrs. Beverly Landy are in charge of prizes. Fashi -r coordinator is Mrs. William Cooper, and commentator will be Mrs. Morris D. Levitt. Models are Mesdames Sheldon Aberman. Macey Keye*. Richard Litt. Ralph Maerks, James Orovitz, Mar-hall Pepper. Donald Rosenberg, Stanley Roth. Alan Sobel, Marvin Traga-h. Kenneth • ister. Henry Weiss Reservationare being taken by Irs Alan Hi The lur I i • %  thur Pepper Thrift Shop Plans Big Sale On American ORT cent redu • chandise in its T:. ft S NW Tth Ave 1 I m. MrRichard vice president chairman, anr. will go to the ORT and mute children )nci stated. "Most of thi children come from lies and are mute mly they have not learn< At the ORT aretaught to speak and most cases. after -peak and reeei\t generi' ed u : th" chilcir%  • -ch GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations—constant in giving Joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular in 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! KOSHER-PARVE Certified by Rabbi Hersch Koho AX WELL HOUSE %  r cott& COFMfU. MMWOOM Fine Products of General Food* I



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    November 6. 1964 Jewistifhridftmr Page 3-3 a recent Temple Judea Sabbath woroh ; D service, the officers of Temple Judea Sisterhood were installed. Installinq officer was Rabbi Monis A. Kipper. Standing (left to right) are Mr?. Sidney Jacobs, financial treasurer; Mrs Paul Wechsler. recording secretary; Mrs. lulius Bearman. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert Jacobson. historian; Mrs. Frank Toback, ntarian; Mrs. Hy Lipson. correspond ing secretary. Seated are Mrs. Leo Kopolow. fir5t vice president; Mrs. Paul Edlow. executive vice president; Mrs. Marvin Levin, president; Mil. Bernard Yesner, third vice president; and Mrs. Manuel Serkin, second vice president. Not shown are Mrs. Sidney Deutsch. fourth vice president; Mrs. Alex Grossman, treasurer; and Mrs. Joseph Klein, chaplain. Emmers Help Build Synagogue In Israel Mr and Mrs. Isaac Emmer, ion s\v 30th IM returned recently from [Gfael, where their stay included Rosta Ilashona. Mrs. Emmer's family has lived in Even Yehuda, a community of about 500 people, for the past 20 years. During the summer, walls and roof of a synagogue were constructed there, and for the holiday every home donated chairs and tables to make the building suit able for services. In addition, two Torahs were brought in from Tel Aviv and a Yemenite cantor engaged. So impressed were the Emmers with the improvements shown in the community since their previous visit live years before, that they donated an altar to the synagogue. Mrs. Emmer's brother. Max Kligj man, who lives in Even Yehuda with his wife, donated stained glass windows, and Mrs. Sarah Kligman donated the doors in memory of her husband. Zalman. another brother. Mrs. Emmer. who serves as 1sKR. AND MRS. ISAAC tMMiR rael Bond chairman oi the Ann Frank Chapter, li'nai B'rith. ha< a son, Dr. Herbert Brautman. who lives with his wife and two daughters in Miami, and a daughter and son-in-law. Mr and Mr-. Michael (Millie) Covin. who bavi two sons and are also Miamians. lamora Confirmation Class Temple Zamora Confirmation i lass, under the supervision of Rabbi Hershel Brooks, held its first session Sunday morning Students attending included Zadi:< Shapiro. Mark Tait. Howard Mai hoff. Robert Leavitt, Robert Kussner, Steven Shuman. Beth CoinNaomi Smukler. Beth Moshe Seis Rabbi Machfei Beth Moshc Con. its November 8:15 p.ni at i ntei, spiritual nple B'nai Shotom, "This iM> tei founded the ie >>i America. i m as .."d inspira : [or m ire than 12 anuatious he parti Zionist Organization B n.ii B'rith and the %  not "i the Great lewish Federation. CENTLEMAN sadtf 4 founder of Con% %  rugog.ie. seeks elgble aband lor hn wnl IW age 31. University .".-. home in Fla. Re•-i.il. Write Mr. B A.. Box 2973. Miami, Fla. 33101 Jewish man with promising career is LOOKING FOR A ROOM n Private Hjme or Apartment in gocd n-.qhborhood. Address ieplie* to Jewish Floridian. Mr. V. J., Bon ?)?3. Miami, Fla.. 33101 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All rur furniture, Clothlna, linens, Dilhes, Drapes, Ife. PIEASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 77th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ROOM and BOARD foe Elderly People. Special low sumI mer rales, strictly Kosher. Warm at| rnosphere. Car service. Also Efficiency --easonable Rate. Mrs. H. levin. 1154S Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 ELECTROLYSIS PERMANENT REMOVAL OF HAIR. } Painless, ticensed. Free consultation < % by appointment Miami Shores area. J Jeri Anne Wvti.is PL 1-6965 h ^. AUTHORIZED OEAIER etitTH HEARING AIDS T50 *.3 $285 Service All Main ^ trtterie* — Mo'di STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i" ''• %  "i fm Tiift-Tritftt-Trlali-Ttfmi 'HONE JE i-?' %  PARK FREE! SHOP JM FRIDAY 10 TIL 9 30 FOR A NATURAL LOOK, RACQUET CLUB SUIT BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX The suii thai rests lightly on your shouldeis through design and because of the lightweight blend of Dacron" polyester-wool. Racquet club suit cuts a neat, trim figure,Hart Schaffner & Marx tailoring keeps it that way. Fashion tones of blue, grey and olive in solids and patterns. Regulars, shorts and longs. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX from JM MEN'S CLOTHING, first floor miami and fort lauderdale ^^SS^^S^