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"(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 3" Number 47 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20c Security Council Meets on Israel Syria Battle Israel Buries Her Victims; Kibbutz Settlers Starting Repair cf Heavy Damage .1 V. l-r.u S Hi uallit' l-r..' v civ their \I.K\I (JTA) — While .i l .ir%  • t was m session ,-i\ in_ detailed reports %  weekend attacks by I Israel's air reply to acks, funeral services [or some ol Israel's cas hile the severely bombed Itlements in the North ady beginning to rebuild lercd kibbutzim. heavy fighting of more and-a-half hours, which emir, |y alter the Israeli jets some of the Syrian gun post.' tanks, was continued In the iver the weekend. Four Syria IG-21 planes had gone up over • l's northern border near i Lake ;'.berias. Israeli Mirage, e them away, and one Syriai MIG-21 was reported hit by! fire lr one of the Israeli planes s Air Force operation .'uain-' ie Syrians, an Israeli de len'p spokesman iW Israel used four different types of planes— j Voutours Mysteres, Supermysteres an i '•' •. ges. The tfirte Israeli dead wert George Lmr, whose family had com r.ere form Hungary during the t.i-dus of many Hungarians folio. %g the lv54 revolt in that country; Yehuda Porat, whose origi' eras Peria; and Maj. Louis Bronstein, whose mother and sister still live in England. Lazar was the fourth member of his family killed; three children of the Lazar family had been murdered by the Nazi: during World War II. Lazar was laid to rest Sunday in the military section of the Haifa cemetery, while Porat's remains were interred at Petach Tikvah, Funeral services for Bronstein took place Monday, after the arrival ol his relatives from England Delegations of settlers from Han and Shear Yashuv. the kibbutzim hardest hit in Friday's attack, met here with Deputy Minister: Shimon Feres, who promised that the Government would aid them toward "total rehabilitation" of the settlements. A Jewish Telegraphic Agencv correspondent, who visited the stricken settlements early yesterday, when Prime Minister Levi Es'hkol and Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's Chief of Staff, were there, reporti ed that he had seen the settlers | at Dan and Shear Yashuv already I working on repairs. They're remnv, ing debris, he said, repairing I damages to their electricity plants, Continued on Page 10-A Stevenson Given Word Of Bold Attack Along Border Launched by Arab Forces ADIAI STtVWSON receive! complaints UNITED NATIONS — i JTA i — After a weekend of terror on Israel's northern border, during which Syrian mortar and machine gun fire aimed at Israeli settle ments killed three Israelis and wounded 11, five of these seriously, while Israel jet planes replied PASSES MAJOR RESOLUTIONS CJFWF Examines Spectrum Of Wcrldwide Jewish Need MIAMI WINS AWARD SEE SEC. B Three Non Confidence Motions Defeated on German Relations Calif. Votes Loom Against Bias Proviso SAl RANCISCO — (JTA) — v e opposition of organicli and leading Negro ami lie organisations in this lifontia voted overwhelm inglj %  nu'lify the state's Rumford \v\ h forbids, discrimination in hou! %  for reasons of race or The vote in favor of n 14 not only repeals the K n ird Act. but forbids any lutun fislation that might outlaw d imination in housii Ever; organised Jewish community ;n California came out agains' :• reposition 14. But the real esi e lobby, backed by many anti-cn rights groups, hailed the vote at a victory for "freedom of control of residential property." Opponent! of the repeal Indicated Continued on Page 7-A JERUSALEM -((JTA)— Three non-confidence motions against the Government's handling of the problem of West German scientists working on weapons for Egypt were defeated in Israel's Parliament here The motions had been introduced separately bj the rightist Herat, ill" left-wing Mapam and the Communist Party. All three motions charged the Government with inadequate efforts to induce West Germany to bring German scientists and technicians home from Egypt. Deputy Premier Abba Eban replied for the Government. He termed "incorrect" a charge by Herut that Premier Levi Eshkol's Government had not asked the United States to intervene on the issue. Herut had cited a report to that effect in an Israeli new-paper attributed to Myer Feldman, President Johnson's adviser on Jewish and Israeli affairs. Mr. Feldman deI nied last week that he had made such a statement. Mr. Eban cite i a statement by the late President Kennedy concerning the work of the German Continued on Page 3-A ST. LOUIS — (JTAI — The lour-. day General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, attended by more than 1.000 lay leaders from Jewish communities all over the United States and Canada, concluded its sessions here Sunday with the adoption of a number of important resolutions on problems affecting Jewish life in this country. Israel, and Jewish communities in other lands overseas. Louis Stern, of Newark. N.J.. was reelected president of the CJFWF for the coming year. One of the major resolutions dealt with American Jewish philanthropic aid to Israel and to Jewish communities in other countries. It pointed out that, despite the fact that here have been notable gains during the past year in the rescue and rehabilitation ot Jews overseas, Jewish needs and responsibilities overseas are nevertheless as serious today as they were a year ago. The seriousness of the situation, the resolution pointed out, is due to various factors including the termination at the end of this year of reparation payments by Germany to Israel; to the loss by the Joint Distribution Committee of $7,000,000 in German claims payments; and of 5425,000 by the United Hias Service, at the end of 19*4. Other factors art the continued large-scale immigration into Israel, now in its fourth successive-Tear, which is expected to remain it the same high level in 1965; and the backlog of unabsorbed and still dependent previous immigrants to Israel, with 200,000 of them on relief and work relief. Emphasizing this and other emerging and changing pressures, the resolution called for a number el measures to be undertaken by the CJFWF in cooperation with Jewish agencies operating overseas, to intensify American Jewish aid to Israel and to other communities in need of such aid. The resolution also recommended a reexamination of priorities. including studies of the assisted welfare, health and related programs, to determine which activities should be increased, which held to current levels, and which possibly diminished or eleminat ed. The resolution called for "an inter agency perspective." especially as related to the role and Continued on Page 8-A by knocking out at lea-t two Syrian tanks and other gun post-. Israel this week filed a complaii with the Securit) Council here. charging Syria with: "1. Repeated acts of aggres I sion committed by Syrian armed farces against citizens and ti i tory of Israel in violation of the General Armistice Agreement, culminating in the Syrian atttack on I November 13, 1964. t "2. Threats by official spokesmen of the Syrian Government against the territorial integrity and political independence of Israel, in violation of the United Nations Charter." The Israel complaint followed one filed on behalf of Syria by itAmbassador here. Ralik Asha. who accused Israel ol "aggres sion." Both complaints, addressjed to Adlai E. Stevenson, chair i man of the United States delega[ tion and this month's president of the Security Council, requested Continued on Page 6-A Episcopalians Absolve Jews Of Deicide Libel ST. LOUIS — (JTA) — The House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church declared here recently that the charge of deicide against Jews was wrong, and that anti-Semitism was a "direct contradiction of Christian doctrine." The statement by the 150 bishops was considered the strongest on the subject ever issued by a major Protestant body in this country. The statement said the deicide charge involved a "tragic misunderstanding of the inner sigContinued on Paqe 2-A FOR COLLABORATION WITH NAZIS French Rap Petain's 'Rehabilitation' ... ....... j •__ IL. c .1 PARIS — (JTA) — A movement under way in this country for seine time to "rehabilitate" the late Marshal Philippe Petain. and reinter his remains in the French national military cemetery at Verdun, received its first setback with a bias' against Petain's antiSemitism and Nazi collaboration in the organ of the "Movement Against Racial Anti-Semitism and for Peace." The influential organ, •'Justice and Liberty." carried an open letter to Francois Mauriac from the famous, non Jewish poet. Vercors. the unofficial "poet laurate" of the resistance movement, com plaining against the planned honors lor Petain. The periodical itself painted out that, under Petain's regime at Vichy, during World War II, he cooperated with the anti| Jewish measures of the Nazis, delivering to the Germans many German Jewish refugees and, finally, deporting the French Jewish community to Auschwitz and Eergen Belsen. Justice and Liberty recalled that hundreds of thousands of Jews died in Nazi camps as a result ol Petain's collaboration. It was believed here that the attack against honoring Petain. delivered by Vercors. may start a dynamic movement to curb the plans to "rehabilitate" the Marshal.



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Friday. November 20, 1964 vjmisti Thridiam Paqe 3-A illiam Bornstein Names to Receive John F. Kennedy Peace Award Medallion William Bronstein. former Wash' DC builder and philan• resident of Miami ..nee L952, has been chosen the recipient of the John F. Peace Award medallion. The announcement was made „ Gov. Farris Bryant and Oov' E | ec t Havdon Burns, hon, ',, co-chairmen of the John P. Kennedy Peace Award Dinner, thich "ill be held Sunday even., p, 6, at the Kontainebleau I Hotel. Bornstein was president of the B '„j Israel Congregation in Washington, and president of several trade and business organiiations in the nation's capital. on moving to Miami Beach, he became a leader in the Jewish N'ational Fund. Combined Jew-! .', Appeal. United Fund, Red ross and the National Conference : Christians and Jews. The John F. Kennedy Peace Dinner ithe first statenner ever held by the Jew• ial Fund of Greater nd is expected to attract pr 700 litical and philanthropic ughout Florida), < >\ er • ite's top officials wiH .crve on the honorary mn Non-Confidence Motions Downed Connnued from Page 1-A •Is and stressed by Govcontinued alertness and r eoccupa(ion with the problem in all friendly capitals. He rejected • "completely unfounded"' C'ommunist charges that Israel and lerman scientists were cooperat4 in nuclear research. He called all three motions "unarranted," asserting that Israel's olicj Of unyielding oppositoin to the work of the scientists and its nee to West Germany on i .ill of the scientists—as stated in the Knesset debate last month -remained unchanged. t The Florida dinner is one of many similar limners to he held in each state of the Union to luuntlt the John F Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel. A cornerstone-laying ceremony Of the memorial marking the first anniversary of the assassination ol President Kennedy will take place in Israel on Nov. 22. Levi hshkol. Prime Minister of Israel, wiill head a group of Israeli and American officials to the Judean Mills for th< ceremony. While President, John F. Kennedy declared that "the Jewish National Fund represents one of Zionism's most constructive achievements in human welfare and social development." Just three short weeks before his assassination, the President had expressed his support of the American Freedom Forest in Israel which, he declared, 'both cements the bund between Israel and the United States and serves as an important reclamation effort." Temple Sinai In Many Events On Thurs laj • ening, B:30 p m., Temple Sinai Brotherhood was to hold a meeting and show "The Maccabian Games," a movie on the international Jewish Olympics, with man) guesl sports figures. Edward Auerbach will report on the I.os Angeles biennial On Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m., the third in a series of adult education seminars will be held at Temple Sinai. Dr. Morton Miller will speak on Sex and Marriage." The children of Temple Sinai Nursery School will present a Chanuka program on Wednesday morning. Parents and friends are invited. 'Phone-a-Pledge* Ducs Cut in Hai{ In Fnfi'P NAW Jack Koch, vice president. Soutl III rwiWB l-VVVT 'west Jewish Center. 6438 SW 811 United Fund is holding a six day s announcea ,„.„ during the Phone a-PUdge" starting ThursCeIIter s membership drive, dueday to help raise the minimum have becn cu| jn nal| S:i,256.000 campaign goal. enlarged, the Center Soon to bi holds latSidney D. Ansjn,, 1964 campaign ( inday services at 8:15 p.m.. wit chairman, said the fourth annual u a bbi Zevi C.reenwald officiating 'Phone-a-Pledge" will enable Dade re.-idents. who have not yet given, an opportunity to make a "Fair Share" pledge to United Fund. Starting at 8 a.m., contributors can telephone 377-8351 where volunteers will be waiting to answer all calls. "Phone-aPledge" telephones are located at United Fund headquarters, 9S5 SW 2nd Ave. Emanu-EI Slates Meeting Social Joseph M. Lipton. president o .Temple Emanu-EI. announces that the congregation's semi-annua meeting and social will be held on Saturday evening. Nov. 21, 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel After a short business meeting, the Temple Players will presen"What Makes Sadie Run?" d Detroit Club Meeting Dec. 7 Volunteers will run the operation from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., weekdavs. Saturday and Sunday hours retted by Trixie Levin, are from noon to 5 p.m. Cast includes Barbara BMsej Phone-a-Pledge" ends at noon • |y Koenig. Helen KoretA> Tuesday. Nov. 24. the closing date Davlda L vv J May '„** e P T T ..:--,iw... TVwic Uneitnliolrl .Inn' lor the 1964 campaign. 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fridcy November 20, 1964 +Jewi*t fhrkHOin Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR K abbi Shouldn 't Politick in Pulpit ED" 1 The Jewish Floridian: ith Rabbi Hershel %  in last week's rab• al il iI" in s cin -political opin ilpit. i ion, i musl voice n, based on ex •regants are nol in their pulpit s being th< venting ol political i,v their rabbi. Whal issue, local or national. .,. parshioner seeks spir. :i bj synagogue attend ;. looks to the rabbi for guidance. Or:-again, permit me to state th.'.t : % %  " utilize the pul] I \ enting pettj p il hatreds or JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL /ft r(*> BANK • X OP MIAMI BEACH '*.*•* 301 1st STREET (Ailhm Godfitr otf it Pineltff Orivt) "'""" '/M* HUM nrtrtu tor ol sell i '" Liein discus ig nation i : tics too • ... .! tllC Let's return 1 hi confine i media. JACK CIMENT, President Co-icjregation Beth Tfilah New York lines' Harrison Salisbury Will be Speaker at Temple Israel Forum The Jewish Floridian: constant surprise that %  I ea< h issue <>t The Jew an that the announce the observances <>i the h oi Ejii lat the varies throughout the Mi eat." ;irl as a Bas' ; not "Bat" Mitzvah pri ;ressive news'! e ish Floridian refl 11 the continlucti in and acceptance Sfardic pronunciation in ish schools, "ii and advanced ABRAHAM J. GITTELSON Educational Director Beth Torah Congregation Harrison Salisbury, Pulitzer prize-winning reporter ol the Ne York Times. will give Greater .\li..mi "A New Look at the Soviet Challenge" when he appears on the Town Hall Forum series of Temple Israel on Tuesday evening at 8 30 p.m. Now an assistant editor of the Time-. Salisbury won his coveted Pulitzer prize for excellence in foreign reporting, stemming from his five years as Moscow correspondent and extensive travel in Soviet Central Asia. He is considered one of America s top e'/oerts on Russian-Chinese relations, and his appearance at this time holds soecia! significance because of the recent change in Soviet leadership. When he was barred front the Soviet Union a few years ago because of his prize-winning articles, Salisbury returned to this country v here he did a notable series on juvenile delinquency and on Birmingham. Ala. the latter of which resulted in a landmark libel uit against the 'limes and which vent to the U.S. Supreme Court. Single tickets for this lecture will be available to the public, but seating is limited. •lass Museum Exhibition Bass Museum of. Art, 2ioo Collins Ave., ipresenting its first local exhibition in cooperation vith the Miami Beach Art Club. In keeping with American Art Week, the exhibition will remain : view through Nov. 29. Simon Hanan. of Mexico City, brevher-in-law cf Rabbi Tibor Stern, presents "Emanation of Light" to L-.ruel President Zalman Shazar as Herman Stern, a nephew and student, in the Jerusalem Yeshiva, looks on. Rabbi Sterns Bocks on Display Throughout Nov. 21. the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue has on display the literary works of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Rabbi Stern has won international fame for hidiversified writings i i Jewish philosophy and law, in addition to his many contributions to the major rabbinic journals. Among his noted works are two volumes of •Eternal Law." which is a prop* constitution for the State of [srael, Rabbi Stern was .-warded a citation for this work from the late President of Isra Itzhak Ben-Zi i. His other books include "The Composition oi the Talmud," a btudy oi i. earch in talmudic literature and history: "The Ch Bible," with illustrations; "The Hagaddah ol Passover," in Spanish; "Shire Aami." Hebrew poems; "Hatorah \ "hamsorah," on Hej : and "The Torah Di es I. i esponi a on law. Hi. mi • i i nt work is "Meore %  i i "E nanation oi Li thl a book on Kaballah. tf„4 P Lo'.na'd C: **W-WWW*WW f H < f I >30O MILES FREE~~- $1^50 Per Week THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MUDS FOR (IS THRIFT SHOP All roar furniture, Clofhlne, linens. Dishes, Oropes, CtC. PHASE CAU US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Horner in Illinois U Pflllfcb 17 ] M4|| BEN'S RENTALS W. FUOUR FR 3-0326 \ Henry Horner. born in 1878. was a grandson of one of the Jewish pioneers Of Chicago. In 1014, Horner gave up a successful private law practice to become judge of the Cook County Probate Court. He served as presiding judge of the busiest court in the world until 19:12. In the depths of the Great Depression. Horner stepped out of political obscurity into the limelight. He campaigned for. and won the Democratic nomination tor governor. In the subsequent election. Illinois gave Horner a tremendous majority, 100 000 more votes than Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was the first time in nearly II generation that normally Republican Illinois had gone Democratic. During his first term, Horner devoted himself to sponsoring progressive legislation on behalf of the people of his state. He also instituted economies in government and political reforms that incurred the active hostility of the Democratic machine. Nevertheless he was renominated and re-elected to a second fouryear term in 1936. He died in office in 1940. Henry Horner's dedication to his fellow men is. perhaps, best summed up by these lines from the inscription on his monument in Chicago's Grant Park: "... governor of his state in an hour when doubt and fear gripped the nation, he restored faith in the American way of life Like Abraham Lincoln, to whom he devoted a lifetime of study, he gave himself as freely to the obscure and helpless as to the strong and wise." P. 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Page 6-A fJenislh fkridtter Friday. Nov ember 2: % %  Police Birchers By MAX LERNER The first two serious incidents have now arisen'on the problem of Bircher infiltration of police forceone is in Philadelphia, the othei n Santa Ana. Calif. There will be others Community-minded Aiuci cans in every part of the country need to thin'; carefully about Ihe iroblem of police freedom and duties in such cases, so thai the police trill perform the functions they are meant to perform, without daprivng any policeman ol his freedoms as an American. The Philadelphia case has just broken. We shall be hearing more bout it. since it is so explosive Several weeks ago the police intelligence detail got on the track of a story about police officers who had oined the John Birch Society and were trying to ii.duce others to join "he department investigated, and found as many as 14 or 15 such lOlicemen; doubtless it will come across others Mayor James II. J 'ate has taken action. The men have been assigned to imited duty. nd one gathers that if they don't resign as Birchers — and if their use ilness as police officers is therein ended — thej may be suspended r dism issi d as policemen. The first question that comes to mind is whether tins does nol itcrfere with the rights of these policemen aordinary citizens—their %  bi fired or suspend d beci use of their particular brand ol ili'ical opinion Few will doubt that a policeman can be assigned to mi ted dutj at the discretion ol his superiors. But can he be deprived od for betonginj to a political!} far-out organization? The "ill doubtless be handed down some day by the courts, ly own layman's guess is that a police tore is a special!} sensitive of the local government, and special rules apply to it. It is en rusted with law enforcement, in situations where party may be pitted gainst party, class against class, race against race li he Is known to I ave -ironviews as a member of a politically and racial!) conscious rganization like the John Birch Society, which believes it is engaged n a crusade, he Will himself become a locus of conflict lie will yen rate widespread mistrust for the whole police force. In that -.'rise • .ill hinder rather than help the enforcement of the laws The Santa Ana story is important not only because it is another a.-e of police infiltration, but because it reveals some of the Bircher actics The Birch Society had formed a special police cell in Santa kna, made up of 20 to 30 policemen by the Society's own count A Ol them launched a campaign to make life hard for Police Chief Idward .1. Allen, who iaanti-Communist athey, but who feels that oli ics should be kept out ol police matters They put en a reign of terror against him. complete with false %  ontelephone call,,t night, anonj : in the Orange Count} area I kn .out •' teas a! !. been ma< pretl serious porting has phi I %  ith a mor< pliant i erhaps h isell a Bircher. %  l course that if these methods are followed and a large scale, it means the creation ol a state within > '-''' 0n e '" the cherished ruleol the Communists, whenever and h< nver in the world they became strong enough to gain some Cabinet eats m government, was to take over the Home Ministry, because it Iways controls the police force. If this is dangerous when a monolithic i d Left group tries to do it. it is scarcelv less dangerous with a lonolithic group on the far-out Right Mayor Tete of Philadelphia puts the parallel sharply when he says: I his is the way the Nazi Party began and this is the way the Commun-t I arty operated in the Forties." And he adds what is. aside from all nstoncal and political parallels, the key problem in the whole situation nicy (the Bircher policel are not attuned with law enforcement problems: they are against certain groups in the big cities." There are two facts to bo kept i„ mind on this phase of the probc. !" ,'uL C m s,ru st %  Negro populations, in Harlem. BedfordM e^onTnf %  SKSSS?' Chi ? aK0, have 0f U,e poUcc: if il ta ^nsified he hope of getting order on the streets will all but vanish. The second t ie animus that a number of policemen have developed about Ne -iocs, especially since the policeman's job is anything but a happv r,. Ph la 'u[ P hi: St" nP f llK mnt cast his, o"ies of last summer's ne~hon d i ', ,', '""/' "" t l r ? tt this police hostility, which ne hopes ,s still not a majority feeling, eomes to be exploited bv a unj le-minded power group like the Birchers. then again the specter of lasslve violence will become a realitv. P'Uir of J. M. LIPTON \^ INSURANCE AGENCY INCA1 33EE32B!101 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 • FR 7-1671 JOSI: ROSES I mtmmm m TAXIS FOR INDIVIDUALS <...f0Rf(GN cotM 11 903 Congress Bldg. Ph. 379-5816 1 Security Council Eyes Israel-Syria IVa/ Continued from Page 1-A "urgent" meetings of the n man bod) The letter to Mr, Stevenson, re questing the meeting ol the Council, was an extension of a lengthy letter addressed to the American delegation bj Ambassador Michael Comay, Israel's permanent rep resentative here, winch detailed the events that transpired on the Syrian-Israeli border Friday, According to Comay. the Syrians opened lire suddenly, m broad daylight, along an Israeli border track northeast Ol Kibbutz Dan Two tankjoined the Syrian attack and. in order to extricate the i.-raeii patrol, Israel returned the tire, Then, according to Mr Co may, '-'fortified Syrian army posi iionon the hill tops of Tel elrlamra, opened artillerj and beav) mortar bombardment ol the Israel village ol Shear Ya-huv and Kib)UtZ Dan. which are rcspectivel) TOO ami 50fl yards on the Israel oi the bonier Other Sj rian fortified gun emplacements on high ground further back ti hi -e hilltops joined in tbi bomIntent. Fire was returned in .in effort to silence the Syrian .mi" It was only after Israel complained to military observers representing the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, and the UN military observers had twice requested Syria to cease fire—which Syria ignored —that Israel sent its planes into the air against the Syrian posts. (A report from Syria claimed that seven Syrians were killed anc 1 36 wourded by Israel's counter-attack.) Mr Coma} made it clear that "the employment <>t Israel's planes i ,ia last resort as an enter gency defense measure" and "must be understood in relation ti> the naturi ol the terrain." He pointed out thai the terrain is such that there ino other way {or Israel to defend itaell under the circumstances existent on Friday. Mr Coma} also noted that Maj Gen Odd Bull, duet of stall oi L'NTSO, has ol late taken up with the Syrian authorities the uwue oi thenshooting at Israelis, and had obtained from them promisethat SUCh attackwould o-a.-e "The solemn Syrian assurances," he stated, were "flouted and violated ll' also noted the falsit] Ol a claim by the Syrians that the border track first attacked mi Friday was in their territorj A team from t VI Si > had onl) re centiy established that the track was inside Israeli territory, he reported. The Israeli Ambassador related the weekend attack of Syria's leadership among the Arab states to speed a united Arab attack against Israel, before, during and since the summit meeting of Arab states held in September at Alexandria, Egypt. He cited statements by leaders of the Syrian Government calling for aggression against Israel, and based the second point of his Security Council those statements, the Council that C0 T 'pUint Hi tjL ment of | srae £ ,h c^ —Mat il Jts du, V ,0 d "end Hit | iv ( property o< it, Cltl ** •ntegr.ty of its territo,,* ** He also informed the r^L that "immed t r* denl of No, 13 ', hl „ ,he Israel subrn.ttea ^ %  Of ........ .„„ .complaint i„ he uJE*\ Mixed Arm,-,,,, ,,„„,„ *l I requested a, mvestigSaTj hasince been proci n< Beth David /Men's CM Louis Seitlin president 0' &,,| David Men'Club, annot a regular meeting will be htiH the Social Hall or T p m. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE, NERVOUS :HEADACHES? Anacin* Tablctt contain the pi > lltvtr doc tort MOOD mi headache pain. And Anaclo • i fmti. In 13 ttcondt after tr.tr.:j E on* bloodatream, Ar.acin !i q %  • If relief to your headarht. Ar i pot only rtlitvts th. pain, batata 1 tentloa and daprtision. 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iday. November 20, 1964 vJenisti ThridHan Page 7-A Teachers Will Meet Monday First meeting ol the Pre School Teachers Association of Jewish Congregational Schools will he held on Monday at the new offices of the Bureau ol Jewish Education. MO Lincoln Hd. Delegates who attended the 1961 biennial conference "t the National Association for the Education i Young Children will report on ml evaluate the sessions they ill tended. Naomi Brandeis, preschool director of Temple Emanu-El, sen eci on the Program Committee, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director ol the Bureau, acted as resource educator tor the Forui on Cultural and Social Change ; t Ihe biennial conference Theme Of the national come ence was "Children ol Change % % % %  "i v, .iheld at the Deauvil (i;-t. 28 (nrough 31. Chanuka Gift Items • iterhood <>i the Souths e Jewish Ccn! -r .having a Chi nuka mart ; n I kosher supper o Sunday, from -1 to 7 p.m., at II'. Center Chanuka gift items wi he on display for the Fund-raising project. Officers and Board of Trustees of Temple Judea are installed during a lecenf. Sabbath worship service by Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader. Top row (left to right) are Dr. David Seitlin, Richard Horwich. Harold Jaffer, Melvin Harrison, Louis Easton, Sol Schreiber. secretary, Leonard Kolish, Albert Kronow.tz, frank Toback, Alfred Swiren. Seated are Meyer A. Baskin, Joseph Krefetz. president Albert Jacobson, Charles Adler and Herbert ^elernter, outaoinq president. Not shown are Vic'or Reiter. first vice president; Max Deakter, i-econd vice president; Joseph Klein, treasurer; Dr. George Balber. Dr. Jess Spirer, Ralph lumer and Dr. Bernard Yesner. Calif. Votes Against Bias Provision Continued from Page 1-A Ii against housing disI lion in California was far |r The Supreme Court has r idy questioned the constiI el Proposition 14, although il refused to keep the ofl the ballot. In a statement on the adoption of the measure, Gov. Edmund G. 2rown. said "Naturally, I am n ^appointed with passage of Proposition 14. However, I do iot regard this vote as the end of California's fight against discrimination and segregation in lousing." r he San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council meanwhile reported it was investigating charges by a Jewish apartment hunter who said she had been told to her lace in an apartment owner that .lewwere not wanted in Ihe building. The complainant said she had called on the managing owner ol a -i.\ story apartment building t > rent a vacant apartment and thai ;t the outset, she had been asked if she was Jewish. When she said she was. the apartment owner declared "No .lews are going to live here." The amazed applicant told the owner that she knew of several Jewish families living in the building. The owner said that when they vacated their apartments, the units would not be rented to Jews, The Jewish applicant then asked, "What have you got against Jews?" and the reply was "they cook smelly fish." That statement ended the interview. The woman reported the matter to the JCRC which immediately notified the State Fair Employment Practices Commission which enforces the Rumford Fair Housing Law. However, i! was found that the complainant had waited past ihe fin-day statute of limitations provided in the Rumford Law The JCRC said ihe ca-e was being investigated visnro'igly." JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach \*m*ordiallu •Jjn\-ifc~ flic Jewish C_^oji/m///7w TO ATTEND THE OPENING NIGHT OF THE FRIDAY NiGHT FORUM November 20 3:!5 P.M. SPECIAL MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR JOHN F. KENNEDY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN WILL SPEAK CANTOR JOSEPH MOORE WILL CHANT Doors Open at 7:45 P.M. / %  '"The Jewish National Fund Invites You To the First Community Wide Memorial Anniversary &f Our Martyred and Beloved President KENNEDY Monday, November 23rd T HE A 8,00 P.M. Miami Beach Auditorium Prominent Speakers •• %  Musical Proqram FREE ADMISSION TICKETS can be obtained at the Jewish National Fund Office, 420 Lincoln Road Room 390 FREE



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KWNo veniber 20. 1964 ^Jenlsti nrradli'ctin Page 9-A j Committee Completes Plans For W p| e Ker TamidChanuka Festival Lmbrr> of > : p I'atron ll(.~t> i ..... ,. completed plans for 1 Ser T;m.i -., !l 11 1:1, .ii. Mr. HIM! Vic* J< K( ,ih 1'.ilnc, Mr, and Mi Mm rix 1 'hui 1 |t, \l and Mr-. Aaron Chu11. .1 m: Mi.-. I UTIM 11 1:. 1 ..h. n. Mi 'Mid Mm. 1 ...:.is c -..I,, n, Mi R. Vnna 1 1' *l .iid Mi -. 1 Id* 1 1 u < %  inn Mr und MiJohn I linmond, Mr ind Mi-. AleN T. El*. Mr. and .Mrs. 1 %  .II Kim nli mm, Ml. mid M I Ii n •, Mr und Vlrn. Kara Ilm gold, Mj 11 nd Ml .1 rlci Pon r, Mr. and Mi.-. .\ -ii.i : ,. uk, Mr 1 Mi .\lfivd Ki-ifiiiuii. Mi> I'II 'in. KrliMlman, Mr. :< i %  • I V 1 1 H.irfli-ld, Mis Ann (iarfli.ki-l Ml and ilvn 1 \ :.l I Haw, Ml and Mi.-. Ml-li •. 1 (ilazi< r, Mr nd Mi -. I.o .1. (lolil, Mi. und Mm .' %  Eoldi-n, Mr. Mini Mi \H • ioldinan, Mi and Mr* Prank Hold111 in. Mi and Mi-> i 'Inn ..c iold*ti-in, Mr and Mi -. luck 1 in 1 nliei-K, Mr. and M Sum u-l •; 1. %  mi. Id, Mr. und Mr*. 1II11 %  1 II lir l -in.in. Mi. .mil Mrs. Mi. I1.1. I lloniwlla, Mr. and Mm. Philip Jai-"l>>. Mr, and Mis. ,lnai |ih Kahn, Mi and Mrs \;i.. n \. Ka|>|>, Mr. and ..Mi*. X.I. 11 K 11/.. Mr Mini Mrs. Ili-r-i mini Knta, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Korni.. Mi. mid Mra. David Krau*c All. and Mr*. Joseph Kroveta, Mr. I mi" Mrs. Alex l.i rninii, Mr, und Mrs, Mi >. r l.i -in -i. Mr. and Mi Monya I •• s 1111 •.. .Mr. and .Mis. Hurry LieberI .nun. Mr. und Mia, Harry Llc-ht, Mr. and Mr*. .1; Ii Maylilum, Mr. and Mi-. Mori'l* Mir. laky, Mr. and Mrs. Morion Morftau, Mr 1 Mrs. Kr.il• ri, k l'r,.|i|„i, Mr, and .Mis. I'hllln %  i.an. HI. an. Mr ami Mm. Mas Ravkln, Mr. and Mm. I %  ..!• %  It.-^.m, Mr. ; M Nutlinii Itoii.'nliei-R, Mr. and Mr* Naihan Sal ii, An i Mr*. Isidon .-. ha, III. I, Ah. and Allllan> U. j Si I Mr. and Airs. Harry A. Bherman, | Mr. and Airs. Solomon SleKel, Air. and All-. Jo seph Sllv.rm.in, Mr. an d Mrs. Rabbi Stern In Lecture Series Young Citizens for Judaism meets weekly at the Youth Hall at ; the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For the coming four series of lectures, Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern will discuss •Religion and Science." sharing the platform with authorities in various fields ol science. Brunch is served following each session. Rabbi Stein also conducts a lecture in Talmud on Mondays, 8 p.m., in the Study Hall. Julius Schwartz is chairman of the adult education program. We Make LOANS On New And Used AUTOMOBILES Choose your car. new or tided. Jot down the make, year, model, and amount of loan you need. Bring them in to one of us; and in minutes, we'll figure out your monthly payments. You can include the cost of your auto in surance, and place the policy with j any agent you wish. Remember, you'll hate the advantage of bank rates, bank terms. We Invite You To Come In And Arrange Your Loan At The Citizens Rank Most Convenient To You These ore YOUR banks here to serve YOU in every woy possible. NATIONAL BANK of WEST HOLLYWOOD SOUTH STATE ROAD 7 AND WASHINGTON ST. NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI NORTHWEST 27th AVE. AND 187th ST. MIAMI NATIONAL BANK of HOLLYWOOD SOUTHFEDERAL HIGHWAY (U.S. #1) MOFFETT ST. W% SERVING %  USINESS INDUSTRY AND THI PlOPtl [j — nere re wi s %  CITIZENS SOUTH STATE ROAD CITIZENS NORTHWEST 27th A CITIZENS illf MT mm. mm urn* *^T\" "TOO GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOUNG" G IfctfSt TlRtO Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool BathsMassage Complete Gymnasium-Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL For Men and Women FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Delivered Any whr U.S.A. Bushel $C95 Half ^ MAN. ORDERS PROMPTLY FIILID •ONDED-iNStfRfD-CtfARANrUD it 178* BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE



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dcy, November 20, 1964 +Je*isti IttrrSdliiairi Page 13-A licjious *J^< ngious ,.TW ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. %60*. f" ,Bi l5aaC Ever crvices J his HJeehcnd %  > II)IHI:II, Mrs. l.nnln Raron S |AVT. SHALOM CONGREQAr ii"85 S-V 67th Ave. Orthodox. f iStor ,r.l_Kr.hner. | SHE EMES. 2533 SW 1th Ave. IHJ nAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con, | Kit?.*. C.r William W. L.pCANDUUGHTING TIME 15 Kislev — 5:10 p.m. i... I !:. I.l.i Klleser A. I.rvi m.n MUIIUM-UI %  Sat: •£ ,i-ll Justice. II i i.vi's nernion i: • iMltsvah: MichMrs. Rdward Retrhln: Steven, son ..f Uavid Mi. and Ml >. J illan Brill I I g EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. OrthoTE ^^ ;' Rib'bi Solomon Schitf. J j Saturday R:S0 %  < lonor bath, R -I'll l :• • III) in. will rxli-l .I W •in salmdaj %  Srrninn: "Weekl) I'nrtlnu I) M ,,\, I. in.-, BOH of Mi and Mrs, I tennis '.irlin. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Nnrot. FYiday i %  p.m. Sermon: "Are w. Nosing i ".n Pn pilom?" TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip. per. PYldfl) 8:15 p.m. Saturday n a.m. — e TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Haw Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday R:15 p.m. Sermon: "The ll.alIns DiiiiKhter." Saturday 9 a.m. s.-rni..n "Weekly Portion." Bur Milsvah: Seth, oi' Mr. and Mra, s-ani• BETH EL OF HOLLY1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. .. ,,f I.,I :' Kennedy Library Friday vi:. p.m. Sermon: "is Our a-lll be "ii "From Prayer Book it.-l.vanl ror Oui Vge?" Ulni'ha J p.m. I Iday evening nhers and Ones Shahuel R< -• bat committee members will be hon— • M ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho„red. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and L, Raooi Berel Wein. # Tatum Waterway. Modern TradiSaturday 9 ..m. ami TEMPLE BETH SH(RAH 7500 sw £na. R.bBj Eugene L.bovitz. # 120th St. Reconstruction!*!. Rabbi ITM JACOB 301-311 Washington Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman GottOrthodox. Cantor Maurice rla 1TH lieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. HUT Sabhith. Bermon: "John F. Ki nnedy—Sorely Missed by Mnny." (iuesl speakers: Mrs. rn KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Mtrn Traditional. Rabb .jpiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. sTand' o„ P T he'lr"T^n W'.'n.n,', Ja=„. Miami iJeTch rhap.^r •n-Ari. .Mis. Ma. Merniel, MiFred • till. i.-imon: "A Living NouthwrM Chain, r: Mrs Leonard l.i, TEMPLE OR m riM RuiMwaMui Mrs Joaeiih Ramvine. Patatma Chapt. r; Mrs. Max g 7 5 i sw 1h St M?m "R'Z, MtahUt. fct.h,.mer Coral Uable, Saturdaj i:M lamue^Vfl CanVor N cTreldma"' %  Mimon; "Medina "i am Prnh lllbli Ktudy. ,, "Weekly Por._ P"riday 8:.lo p.m. Sermon: "What llrutherlj I.uve.' •_..._ Makes a Jew i d. Sisterhood, under TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollydirection of I'r.-Hlileni Mrs. A, MM Lev". TH MOSHE CONGREGATION. wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative, i-naon. v.ill h.iKl tile (hie* Shnhbnt. -630 W D.e Hwy. Conservative. BaBbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ittibhl \prll will dls,-uss "Th. II Too, R.chi. I MarCOViU. Ernest Sterner. .. .,,; I J,-w and n Jew Who Is < rinnir "III' ilia* • UHOll, >:i t HI l.l V *• I i J|. 111. !" a.m. Has | TMPLB "TH^HOLOM. 4144 Ch.M n ol Mr, .in.l Mrs Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon Kronish. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI ,: — • — 1TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave OrIhodox. Raiitn Joseph E. Rackovsky. Cantor David Conviser. ; I "• P. ii' Vahrxi-H for late Presld in John I K< mn-d. >• rimm: • \n,| \|,.-, H A Si ended Ml. Nelnih And the Urd Showed Him All the TH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th I.IIHI ." Deul ::i . -% % %  "" % %  *• %  •= %  •" %  Ii, -. %  %  M I' rlday 8:30 p m. s. rmon: Rivalry'." Saturda) :3U a.m. Thurs..i J p.m. NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. tonffv.it vr Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. • : %  i 'It T Sabbath. Quest I. MI* "'VIIIK i ire, -ne. North t -ii [er i IRT president. T..pli : |UT n T Ii World." Saturdaj n.tn Mlti!\-ah: KJdward, son Ul km l Kaj e. Sermon: ; • i' • ,AGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Conservative. Rabbi David Ros||nftid. Cantor George Goldberg. la) ^ p.m. Memorial services for l.ii. President .liilui r Kenned) non \ I.-, ul Man Has Fallen.' b) Air and Mr. s.ii urday 8 SO a m n ..f ili. week." MinEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree O'thodOM. Rabbi Alexander S. i'OSI f in. Sal'Hday 9 .. m. Mlni 3LLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson t. Const rvative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah |Htiloraun. 3MESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th Homestead. Conservative. Canr Pmcus Aloof. — • 1RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ISt. Coi'~.rvative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Sw.rsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. I • i ..in Si rmon: 1 %  i Head s.n ui da) %  lling the Righti Bhoi ." Mlncha %  service. I*ulpll guest, Itabbl Jonah K. I'aplan of Temple Adalh v.-inn in. Topic: "Thanksgiving—A Jewish Interpretation." Sisterhood will hosl tb. i '.Hall. HI. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adier. h'rlda) .'. and s ::i" p.m. Sermon: "Is Tier, a Spiritual Criala?" A a|>ecuil tribute Hill inpaid the late PresWenl John K. Kennedy, in honor ••! IHIT 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Fridav vi.'i p.m. Sermon: lusil :• a iii. l\; p.m. for Existence." Oneg Shabbal hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 'J a.m, Sermon: Wc.kiy Portion." YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin stauber. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday I' a.m. Serrmon: "Struggle I mon: "A blncore Thanksgiving." THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT We are Guiltless Let Ecumenical Say What it Will '-0B C COHEN COMMUNITY ,5\ Na COGUE. 1532 Washinnton Ave %  Har.bi Tibor H. Stern. %  ture topic: "The Satin da> :30 .i m II i h n n stlei Ui n John V, Kennedy. fr>E? E J H "SRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Y !, Pabbi David Lehrfield hraham Seif. Ii .-.,: ,ii-l. v || ; d< h\. i thi ln E V SHA LOM. 911 Normandy Dr I orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber1 '"an. UTHWEST CENTER. 0438 SW 8th *' 1 ,'ons i r vative. Rabbi Zevi Green: mil B:1J p.m. Sermon: %  ihi i'.. i i:. i.i. Satin jj .; I' in. s. rmon: "Weekly PorPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Cci Hllns Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah•nias. 1 m Saturday \ : -.{o a-m, Barn i'" Noi Quarrel." se?hF ADAT H YES"HURUN. ConGar'i '• 1025 NE 183ro St., Miami •an. Rd R bbi Jon h E Caplan. •"tor Maurice Neu. '•'!i!\ V Y: '" 1 ,tT Sabbath. Queai '"•r. AIIS Sidney Kronlah, preslui'i "' J l noW Park Chapter ORT. ','• %  : a.m. Sermon: "War. :'.,,„'"' ReoomilUaUon." Hlncha MPLE BETH AM~M50 N. Kendall Itr'h .' „ Mlam 'Reform. Rabbi Sooner B umoa,,d Cantor Charles n'l'V s ,, "i: "The Late PresS '%iHii,u Ka.'i „d legend v -1| 'anrxelt in memory of the k\i, ".'"'• BMorday 11:15 a.m. By RABBI TIBOR STERN Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue •The rise of one is the downfall (if the other,"' seems to he the fearful philosophy of all ages ,:nd of hoth faiths. Christian and Jewish. The Ecumenical Council has shown a tremendous sign Of weakness and fear by diluting, postponing and sidetracking the Schema on Jews The action of the Council, or rather in • action concerning t h e Jewish question both of old and of the present shows fear and anxiety on thel p a r t of t h e, Church. The validity of their fear is sim pie, the rise of RABBI STtRN Israel, the upsurge of Jewish identity, is an open defiance of the teachings of the Church. The average Christian knows that we are not a cursed people. The intelligent Bible student does not consider us a guilty people. The true religious person rejects a faith This pasc it prepared in cooperation with the Greater Miami Rabbinical A*tociatlo. Coordinator of features appearing here is DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ spiritual leader of Beth ToraJi Congregation of North Miami Beach. %  %  %  ....,, %  am MBM fmttmwmwmWA based upon ancient dogmas of guilt that were historically never proven. The failure to remove the stigj ma of deicide from the Jews has' also contributed to the reluctance j of eliminating the missions to Jews to bring back the "lost brethren.'' The nuclear age gen erates faith in a Messianic age. Somehow total destruction goes parallel with total salvation, and again the Church fears the eventuality of the coming of a Hebrew Prophet envisioned u> the Messiah. '1'ie failure to give diplomatic recognition to the State ol Israel is not based on .Moslem pressure. It is another sign of tear and weakness <'i Ihe Vatican vis-a-vls the eternal .lew. The irreparable error committed by the self-appointed Jewish leaders who lobbied in Koine stems from the same fear. They who can not comprehend Jewish eternity are afraid Of temporary setbacks. They, who lack faith in the heavenly appointed time and person to bring salvation to the world, they, who live a Jewish life based on temporary conditions, instead of the eternity of the Torah, run to Rome, beg for vindication and are even willing to make "deals" with the Church, to act as missionaries by making room for Christ in Jewish history. I do not advocate an offensive position to the entire ecumenical Council. The problem of the Church is not a Jewish problem. We were never guilty of any crime against the Church 2.000 years ago, and we can not accept vindication today. It is sheer madness to bring the corpse to the witness stand and to question and in. the meantime to let the murderer, escape. Let us remind the Christian world that we are not lost brethren; neither are we cursed brethren, our doomed brethren. The concept of religion in a modern and scientific world can only serve a purpose if it is based on truths instead of myths, on trust instead of suspicion, upon the ad vocation of universal equality in stead of a complex discrimination. Our strength must be shown by the convocation of an ecumenical Council of Jews. Let us set the record straight—that the common denominator of Judaism is the Torah. If and when Judaism is something that is not Torah or anti-Torah, part-Torah or semiTorah, this is what separates one Jew from his brother and that weakens our position as a whole. i SIDRAH-VAYISHLAH The confrontation between Esau, who lived in the land of Seir. and Jacob is imminent. To impress his brother, Jacob prudently sends messengers to inform Esau of his wealth. Unimpressed Esau, nonetheless, continues to advance towards Jacob with 400 men. Terrified. Jacob divides his camp into two sections, so as not to lose all in the event of an attack. Again to impress Esau, he sends him gifts and prayed to God tor Divine Assistance. As he stands alone, an angel approaches and wrestles with him. The angel finally declares: 'Thy name shall he called no more Jacob, but Israel; for thou hast striven with God and with men. and hast prevailed." Encouraged with his victory, Jacob meets Esau and surprisingly is embraced by his brother as the two kiss, weep, and are reconciled. Jacob and his family journey on to Shechem, where his daughter. Dinah, is assaulted and raped. Her brothers avenge this despicable act by destroying Shechem. Jacob fulfills his vow to return to Beth-El. On the way. Rachel gives birth to Jacob's last and youngest son. Benjamin, but dies in childbirth. She is interred on the way to Ephrath. which is Bethlehem. This Sidrah concludes with the death of the Patriarch Isaac, a patient and affectionate man who inherited the true belief in God and loyally transmitted it to Jacob. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted from "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage," edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. -, President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph ** Schlang.



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•'-s* f Mmist fkw+Mom v-.-.*W*k U+i: By WUJTY 5o/7?e Phonograph Records for Chanuka Listening P '" • ••• %  Tim i v; mm %  %  i *- M %  *•• *f*sl'-' > ar H* • %  %  • %  > >•*. • i i .. %  •<"*.' %  >.'. %  % I MM M Ml ?•- -y J^" '' %  %  i PPl %  I •'V>i • (fvarbri -' %  %  M*M • I • %  '* • '.' V.-; CajpaftW S>*ff. f Jrf: | y MftTON FtfDMAN Are the Germans Building for War Again? •-. > • %  a •',.,., ,„, .. ... in i tttmtt lion wtUi Boi %  • %  I' posMten amoi immittr-d Befween Xou ond Me: By BORIS SMOIAR Democratic President A VISIT TO I rai '. % % %  i-l.-nt ihiu %  Zalman Shazai it hi r< loVnce m Jerusalem brings out be t the spirM I,I desnoerai -.pssj vtiltng in IfrMl n reminded HM '.i iti
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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 3" Number 47
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1964
Two Sections Price 20c
Security Council Meets on Israel Syria Battle
Israel Buries Her Victims;
Kibbutz Settlers Starting
Repair cf Heavy Damage
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Hi.....
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l-r..'
v civ
their
\I.K\I (JTA) While
.il.ir- t was m session
,-i\ in_ detailed reports
, weekend attacks by
I Israel's air reply to
acks, funeral services
[or some ol Israel's cas
hile the severely bombed
Itlements in the North
ady beginning to rebuild
lercd kibbutzim.
heavy fighting of more
and-a-half hours, which
emir, |y alter the Israeli jets
some of the Syrian gun
post.' tanks, was continued In
the iver the weekend. Four
Syria IG-21 planes had gone up
over l's northern border near i
Lake ;'.berias. Israeli Mirage,
e them away, and one
Syriai MIG-21 was reported hit by!
fire lr one of the Israeli planes '
s Air Force operation
.'uain-' ie Syrians, an Israeli de
len'p spokesman iW Israel used
four different types of planes j
Voutours Mysteres, Supermysteres
an i '' ges.
The tfirte Israeli dead wert
George Lmr, whose family had
com r.ere form Hungary during
the t.i-dus of many Hungarians
folio. %g the lv54 revolt in that
country; Yehuda Porat, whose
origi' eras Peria; and Maj. Louis
Bronstein, whose mother and sis-
ter still live in England. Lazar
was the fourth member of his
family killed; three children of
the Lazar family had been mur-
dered by the Nazi: during World
War II.
Lazar was laid to rest Sunday
in the military section of the
Haifa cemetery, while Porat's re-
mains were interred at Petach
Tikvah, Funeral services for
Bronstein took place Monday, af-
ter the arrival ol his relatives
from England
Delegations of settlers from Han
and Shear Yashuv. the kibbutzim
hardest hit in Friday's attack,
met here with Deputy Minister:
Shimon Feres, who promised that
the Government would aid them
toward "total rehabilitation" of
the settlements.
A Jewish Telegraphic Agencv
correspondent, who visited the
stricken settlements early yester-
day, when Prime Minister Levi
Es'hkol and Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's
Chief of Staff, were there, report-
i ed that he had seen the settlers
| at Dan and Shear Yashuv already
I working on repairs. They're remnv-
, ing debris, he said, repairing
I damages to their electricity plants,
Continued on Page 10-A
Stevenson Given Word Of
Bold Attack Along Border
Launched by Arab Forces
ADIAI STtVWSON
receive! complaints
UNITED NATIONS i JTA i
After a weekend of terror on Is-
rael's northern border, during
which Syrian mortar and machine
gun fire aimed at Israeli settle
ments killed three Israelis and
wounded 11, five of these serious-
ly, while Israel jet planes replied
PASSES MAJOR RESOLUTIONS
CJFWF Examines Spectrum
Of Wcrldwide Jewish Need
MIAMI WINS AWARD SEE SEC. B
Three Non Confidence Motions
Defeated on German Relations
Calif. Votes
Loom Against
Bias Proviso
SAl RANCISCO (JTA)
v e opposition of organic-
li and leading Negro ami
lie organisations in this
lifontia voted overwhelm
inglj nu'lify the state's Rumford
\v\ h forbids, discrimination
in hou! for reasons of race or
The vote in favor of
n 14 not only repeals
the K n ird Act. but forbids any
lutun fislation that might out-
law d imination in housii
Ever; organised Jewish com-
munity ;n California came out
agains' : reposition 14. But the
real esi e lobby, backed by many
anti-cn rights groups, hailed the
vote at a victory for "freedom of
control of residential property."
Opponent! of the repeal Indicated
Continued on Page 7-A
JERUSALEM -((JTA) Three
non-confidence motions against
the Government's handling of the
problem of West German scien-
tists working on weapons for Egypt
were defeated in Israel's Parlia-
ment here
The motions had been introduc-
ed separately bj the rightist
Herat, ill" left-wing Mapam and
the Communist Party. All three
motions charged the Govern-
ment with inadequate efforts to
induce West Germany to bring
German scientists and technicians
home from Egypt.
Deputy Premier Abba Eban
replied for the Government. He
termed "incorrect" a charge by
Herut that Premier Levi Esh-
kol's Government had not asked
the United States to inter-
vene on the issue. Herut had
cited a report to that effect in
an Israeli new-paper attributed
to Myer Feldman, President
Johnson's adviser on Jewish and
Israeli affairs. Mr. Feldman de-
I nied last week that he had
made such a statement.
Mr. Eban cite i a statement by
the late President Kennedy con-
cerning the work of the German
Continued on Page 3-A
ST. LOUIS (JTAI The lour-.
day General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, attended by
more than 1.000 lay leaders from
Jewish communities all over the
United States and Canada, con-
cluded its sessions here Sunday
with the adoption of a number of
important resolutions on problems
affecting Jewish life in this coun-
try. Israel, and Jewish communi-
ties in other lands overseas. Louis
Stern, of Newark. N.J.. was re-
elected president of the CJFWF
for the coming year.
One of the major resolutions
dealt with American Jewish phi-
lanthropic aid to Israel and to
Jewish communities in other coun-
tries. It pointed out that, despite
the fact that here have been
notable gains during the past year
in the rescue and rehabilitation ot
Jews overseas, Jewish needs and
responsibilities overseas are nev-
ertheless as serious today as they
were a year ago.
The seriousness of the situa-
tion, the resolution pointed out,
is due to various factors includ-
ing the termination at the end
of this year of reparation pay-
ments by Germany to Israel; to
the loss by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee of $7,000,000 in
German claims payments; and
of 5425,000 by the United Hias
Service, at the end of 19*4.
Other factors art the continued
large-scale immigration into Is-
rael, now in its fourth succes-
sive-Tear, which is expected to
remain it the same high level in
1965; and the backlog of unab-
sorbed and still dependent pre-
vious immigrants to Israel, with
200,000 of them on relief and
work relief.
Emphasizing this and other
emerging and changing pressures,
the resolution called for a number
el measures to be undertaken by
the CJFWF in cooperation with
Jewish agencies operating over-
seas, to intensify American Jew-
ish aid to Israel and to other com-
munities in need of such aid.
The resolution also recommend-
ed a reexamination of priorities.
including studies of the assisted
welfare, health and related pro-
grams, to determine which activi-
ties should be increased, which
held to current levels, and which
possibly diminished or eleminat
ed. The resolution called for "an
inter agency perspective." espec-
ially as related to the role and
Continued on Page 8-A
by knocking out at lea-t two
Syrian tanks and other gun post-.
Israel this week filed a complaii
with the Securit) Council here.
charging Syria with:
"1. Repeated acts of aggres
I sion committed by Syrian armed
farces against citizens and ti i
tory of Israel in violation of the
General Armistice Agreement, cul-
minating in the Syrian atttack on
I November 13, 1964.
t
"2. Threats by official spokes-
men of the Syrian Government
against the territorial integrity
and political independence of Is-
rael, in violation of the United
Nations Charter."
The Israel complaint followed
one filed on behalf of Syria by it-
Ambassador here. Ralik Asha.
who accused Israel ol "aggres
' sion." Both complaints, address-
jed to Adlai E. Stevenson, chair
i man of the United States delega-
[ tion and this month's president of
the Security Council, requested
Continued on Page 6-A
Episcopalians
Absolve Jews
Of Deicide Libel
ST. LOUIS (JTA) The
House of Bishops of the Protestant
Episcopal Church declared here
recently that the charge of dei-
cide against Jews was wrong, and
that anti-Semitism was a "direct
contradiction of Christian doc-
trine."
The statement by the 150 bishops
was considered the strongest on
the subject ever issued by a maj-
or Protestant body in this coun-
try.
The statement said the deicide
charge involved a "tragic mis-
understanding of the inner sig-
Continued on Paqe 2-A
FOR COLLABORATION WITH NAZIS
French Rap Petain's 'Rehabilitation'
... ....... j________ IL. c____.1
PARIS (JTA) A movement
under way in this country for
seine time to "rehabilitate" the
late Marshal Philippe Petain. and
reinter his remains in the French
national military cemetery at
Verdun, received its first setback
with a bias' against Petain's anti-
Semitism and Nazi collaboration
in the organ of the "Movement
Against Racial Anti-Semitism and
for Peace."
The influential organ, 'Justice
and Liberty." carried an open let-
ter to Francois Mauriac from the
famous, non Jewish poet. Vercors.
the unofficial "poet laurate" of
the resistance movement, com
plaining against the planned hon-
ors lor Petain.
The periodical itself painted
out that, under Petain's regime
at Vichy, during World War II,
he cooperated with the anti-
| Jewish measures of the Nazis,
delivering to the Germans many
German Jewish refugees and,
finally, deporting the French
Jewish community to Auschwitz
and Eergen Belsen.
Justice and Liberty recalled
that hundreds of thousands of
Jews died in Nazi camps as a re-
sult ol Petain's collaboration.
It was believed here that the
attack against honoring Petain.
delivered by Vercors. may start
a dynamic movement to curb the
plans to "rehabilitate" the Mar-
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Friday.
November 20, 1964
vjmisti Thridiam
Paqe 3-A
illiam Bornstein Names to Receive
John F. Kennedy Peace Award Medallion
William Bronstein. former Wash-
' dC builder and philan-
resident of Miami
..nee L952, has been chosen
" the recipient of the John F.
Peace Award medallion.
The announcement was made
Gov. Farris Bryant and Oov-
' E|ect Havdon Burns, hon-
, ',, co-chairmen of the John P.
Kennedy Peace Award Dinner,
thich "ill be held Sunday even-
., p, 6, at the Kontainebleau
I Hotel.
Bornstein was president of the
B'j Israel Congregation in
Washington, and president of
several trade and business or-
ganiiations in the nation's
capital.
on moving to Miami Beach, he
became a leader in the Jewish
N'ational Fund. Combined Jew-!
.', Appeal. United Fund, Red
ross and the National Conference
: Christians and Jews.
The John F. Kennedy Peace
Dinner i- the first state-
nner ever held by the Jew-
ial Fund of Greater
nd is expected to attract
pr 700 litical and philanthropic
ughout Florida), < >\ er
ite's top officials wiH
.crve on the honorary
mn '
Non-Confidence
Motions Downed
Connnued from Page 1-A
Is and stressed by Gov-
continued alertness and
reoccupa(ion with the problem in
all friendly capitals. He rejected
"completely unfounded"' C'om-
munist charges that Israel and
lerman scientists were cooperat-
4 in nuclear research.
He called all three motions "un-
arranted," asserting that Israel's
olicj Of unyielding oppositoin to
the work of the scientists and its
nee to West Germany on
i .ill of the scientistsas stated
in the Knesset debate last month
-remained unchanged.
t
.
The Florida dinner is one of
many similar limners to he held
in each state of the Union to
luuntlt the John F Kennedy Peace
Forest in Israel.
A cornerstone-laying ceremony
Of the memorial marking the first
anniversary of the assassination
ol President Kennedy will take
place in Israel on Nov. 22. Levi
hshkol. Prime Minister of Israel,
wiill head a group of Israeli and
American officials to the Judean
Mills for th< ceremony.
While President, John F.
Kennedy declared that "the Jew-
ish National Fund represents
one of Zionism's most construc-
tive achievements in human
welfare and social development."
Just three short weeks before
his assassination, the President
had expressed his support of the
American Freedom Forest in Is-
rael which, he declared, 'both
cements the bund between Israel
and the United States and serves
as an important reclamation ef-
fort."
Temple Sinai
In Many Events
On Thurs laj ening, B:30 p m.,
Temple Sinai Brotherhood was to
hold a meeting and show "The
Maccabian Games," a movie on
the international Jewish Olym-
pics, with man) guesl sports fig-
ures. Edward Auerbach will re-
port on the I.os Angeles biennial
On Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m.,
the third in a series of adult edu-
cation seminars will be held at
Temple Sinai. Dr. Morton Miller
will speak on Sex and Marriage."
The children of Temple Sinai
Nursery School will present a
Chanuka program on Wednesday
morning. Parents and friends
are invited.
'Phone-a-Pledge* Ducs Cut in Hai{
In Fnfi'P NaW Jack Koch, vice president. Soutl
III rwiWB l-VVVT 'west Jewish Center. 6438 SW 811
United Fund is holding a six day s, announcea ,. during the
' Phone a-PUdge" starting Thurs- CeIIter.s membership drive, due-
day to help raise the minimum have becn cu| jn nal|
S:i,256.000 campaign goal.
enlarged, the Center
Soon to bi
holds lat-
Sidney D. Ansjn,, 1964 campaign ( inday services at 8:15 p.m.. wit
chairman, said the fourth annual uabbi Zevi C.reenwald officiating
'Phone-a-Pledge" will enable Dade _______________
re.-idents. who have not yet given,
an opportunity to make a "Fair
Share" pledge to United Fund.
Starting at 8 a.m., contributors
can telephone 377-8351 where vol-
unteers will be waiting to an-
swer all calls. "Phone-a-
Pledge" telephones are located
at United Fund headquarters,
9S5 SW 2nd Ave.
Emanu-EI Slates
Meeting Social
Joseph M. Lipton. president o
.Temple Emanu-EI. announces that
the congregation's semi-annua
meeting and social will be held
on Saturday evening. Nov. 21, 8
p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel
After a short business meeting,
the Temple Players will presen-
"What Makes Sadie Run?" d
Detroit Club
Meeting Dec. 7
Volunteers will run the opera-
tion from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., week-
davs. Saturday and Sunday hours retted by Trixie Levin,
are from noon to 5 p.m. Cast includes Barbara BMsej
Phone-a-Pledge" ends at noon |y Koenig. Helen KoretA>
Tuesday. Nov. 24. the closing date Davlda L*vv' J* May'**e PTT
_ ..:--,iw... TVwic Uneitnliolrl .Inn'
lor the 1964 campaign.
Detroit Social Club of Greater: Serving
Miami will mark its 16th annual representatives from news media,
celebration with a Chanuka party! civic leaders, radio and television
on Monday. Dec. 7. at the Algiers \ personalities. housewives, busi-
erance, Doris Rosenfield. Jud;
will be! Smith, Helene Tarasow. and Mi.
lam Weinklc.
One of the highlights of the even
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Philip Rothbart, Irving Sirkin:
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Pledge totals will be tabulated
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Radio stations will be asked to
carry bulletins on newscas\.
and public service spots on the
progress o- Phone-a-Pledge.
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Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
K
abbi Shouldn 't Politick in Pulpit
ED"1
The Jewish Floridian:

ith Rabbi Hershel
in last week's rab-
al il i- I"
in s cin
-- political opin
. ilpit.
i
ion, i musl voice
. n, based on ex
regants are nol
in their pulpit s being
th< venting ol political
. i,v their rabbi. Whal
issue, local or national.
, .,. parshioner seeks spir.
:i bj synagogue attend
;. looks to the rabbi for
guidance.
Or:-- again, permit me to state
th.'.t : " tinue *o the exercise of spiri-
luol iitors. Whatever the elr-
,i.r.',-ce, the rabbi should re-
fiair *rom discussing political
iv:.t*- Te'evision, radio, news-
pap and the other media arc
rr.ucr tetter equipped to discuss
ratters.
. to synagogue attend-
respite and recess [rom
the abund nee I political e: r
sion ton
i
. ii
lu to
. h.
'1'hi' e per-
rtitted t<> utilize the pul] I
\ enting pettj p il hatreds or
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JACK CIMENT, President
Co-icjregation Beth Tfilah
New York lines' Harrison Salisbury
Will be Speaker at Temple Israel Forum
The Jewish Floridian:
constant surprise that
I ea< h issue <>t The Jew
an that the announce
the observances <>i the
. h oi Ejii l- at the var-
ies throughout the Mi
eat." ;irl as a Bas'
; not "Bat" Mitzvah
, pri ;ressive news-
'! e ish Floridian
refl 11 the contin-
lucti in and acceptance
Sfardic pronunciation in
ish schools, "ii
and advanced
ABRAHAM J. GITTELSON
Educational Director
Beth Torah Congregation
Harrison Salisbury, Pulitzer
prize-winning reporter ol the Ne
York Times. will give Greater
.\li..mi "A New Look at the Soviet
Challenge" when he appears on
the Town Hall Forum series of
Temple Israel on Tuesday even-
ing at 8 30 p.m.
Now an assistant editor of the
Time-. Salisbury won his coveted
Pulitzer prize for excellence in
foreign reporting, stemming from
his five years as Moscow cor-
respondent and extensive travel in
Soviet Central Asia.
He is considered one of Amer-
ica s top e'/oerts on Russian-Chi-
nese relations, and his appear-
ance at this time holds soecia!
significance because of the re-
cent change in Soviet leadership.
When he was barred front the
Soviet Union a few years ago be-
cause of his prize-winning articles,
Salisbury returned to this country
v here he did a notable series on
juvenile delinquency and on Bir-
mingham. Ala. the latter of
which resulted in a landmark libel
uit against the 'limes and which
vent to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Single tickets for this lecture
will be available to the public, but
seating is limited.
lass Museum Exhibition
Bass Museum of. Art, 2ioo Col-
lins Ave., i- presenting its first
local exhibition in cooperation
vith the Miami Beach Art Club.
In keeping with American Art
Week, the exhibition will remain
: view through Nov. 29.
Simon Hanan. of Mexico City, brevher-in-law cf Rabbi Tibor
Stern, presents "Emanation of Light" to L-.ruel President Zal-
man Shazar as Herman Stern, a nephew and student, in the
Jerusalem Yeshiva, looks on.
Rabbi Sterns Bocks on Display
Throughout Nov. 21. the Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue
has on display the literary works
of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Rabbi Stern has won internation-
al fame for hi- diversified writings
i i Jewish philosophy and law, in
addition to his many contributions
to the major rabbinic journals.
Among his noted works are two
volumes of Eternal Law." which
is a prop* constitution for the
State of [srael, Rabbi Stern was
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from the late President of Isra
Itzhak Ben-Zi i.
His other books include "The
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Hagaddah ol Passover," in Span-
ish; "Shire Aami." Hebrew poems;
"Hatorah \ "hamsorah," on He-
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Friday. November
2:

Police
Birchers
By MAX LERNER
The first two serious incidents have now arisen'on the problem of
Bircher infiltration of police force- one is in Philadelphia, the othei
n Santa Ana. Calif. There will be others Community-minded Aiuci
cans in every part of the country need to thin'; carefully about Ihe
iroblem of police freedom and duties in such cases, so thai the police
trill perform the functions they are meant to perform, without dapriv-
ng any policeman ol his freedoms as an American.
* *
The Philadelphia case has just broken. We shall be hearing more
bout it. since it is so explosive Several weeks ago the police intelli-
gence detail got on the track of a story about police officers who had
oined the John Birch Society and were trying to ii.duce others to join
"he department investigated, and found as many as 14 or 15 such
lOlicemen; doubtless it will come across others Mayor James II. J
'ate has taken action. The men have been assigned to imited duty.
nd one gathers that if they don't resign as Birchers and if their use
ilness as police officers is therein ended thej may be suspended
r dism issi d as policemen.
The first question that comes to mind is whether tins does nol
itcrfere with the rights of these policemen a- ordinary citizenstheir
bi fired or suspend d beci use of their particular brand ol
ili'ical opinion Few will doubt that a policeman can be assigned to
mi ted dutj at the discretion ol his superiors. But can he be deprived
od for betonginj to a political!} far-out organization?
The "ill doubtless be handed down some day by the courts,
ly own layman's guess is that a police tore is a special!} sensitive
of the local government, and special rules apply to it. It is en
rusted with law enforcement, in situations where party may be pitted
gainst party, class against class, race against race li he Is known to I
ave -iron- views as a member of a politically and racial!) conscious
rganization like the John Birch Society, which believes it is engaged
n a crusade, he Will himself become a locus of conflict lie will yen
rate widespread mistrust for the whole police force. In that -.'rise
.ill hinder rather than help the enforcement of the laws
* *
The Santa Ana story is important not only because it is another
a.-e of police infiltration, but because it reveals some of the Bircher
actics The Birch Society had formed a special police cell in Santa
kna, made up of 20 to 30 policemen by the Society's own count A
Ol them launched a campaign to make life hard for Police Chief
Idward .1. Allen, who i- a- anti-Communist a- they, but who feels that
oli ics should be kept out ol police matters
They put en a reign of terror against him. complete with false
on- telephone call- ,,t night, anonj
: in the Orange Count} area I kn .out
' teas a! !.
been ma<
pretl serious
porting has phi
I
ith a mor< pliant i erhaps h isell a Bircher.
l course that if these methods are followed and
a large scale, it means the creation ol a state within
>'-''' 0ne '" the cherished rule- ol the Communists, whenever and
h< nver in the world they became strong enough to gain some Cabinet
eats m government, was to take over the Home Ministry, because it
Iways controls the police force. If this is dangerous when a monolithic
i d Left group tries to do it. it is scarcelv less dangerous with a
lonolithic group on the far-out Right
* *
Mayor Tete of Philadelphia puts the parallel sharply when he says:
I his is the way the Nazi Party began and this is the way the Commun-
-t I arty operated in the Forties." And he adds what is. aside from all
nstoncal and political parallels, the key problem in the whole situation
nicy (the Bircher policel are not attuned with law enforcement prob-
lems: they are against certain groups in the big cities."
There are two facts to bo kept i mind on this phase of the prob-
c. ,'uL ,C m!s,ru-st Negro populations, in Harlem. Bedford-
M e^onTnf SKSSS?' Chi?aK0, have 0f U,e poUcc: if il ta ^nsified
he hope of getting order on the streets will all but vanish. The second
- t ie animus that a number of policemen have developed about Ne
-iocs, especially since the policeman's job is anything but a happv
r,. Ph'la'u[P,hi:! St" nP f llK' mnt cast' his,o"ies of last summer's
ne~hond i ', ,', '""/' "" t l!r?tt this police hostility, which
ne hopes ,s still not a majority feeling, eomes to be exploited bv a
unj le-minded power group like the Birchers. then again the specter of
lasslve violence will become a realitv. P'Uir of
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Security Council Eyes Israel-Syria IVa/
Continued from Page 1-A
"urgent" meetings of the n man
bod)
The letter to Mr, Stevenson, re
questing the meeting ol the Coun-
cil, was an extension of a lengthy
letter addressed to the American
delegation bj Ambassador Michael
- Comay, Israel's permanent rep
resentative here, winch detailed
the events that transpired on the
Syrian-Israeli border Friday,
According to Comay. the Syrians
opened lire suddenly, m broad
daylight, along an Israeli border
track northeast Ol Kibbutz Dan
Two tank- joined the Syrian at-
tack and. in order to extricate the
i.-raeii patrol, Israel returned the
tire, Then, according to Mr Co
may, '-'fortified Syrian army posi
iion- on the hill tops of Tel el-
rlamra, opened artillerj and beav)
mortar bombardment ol the Israel
village ol Shear Ya-huv and Kib-
)UtZ Dan. which are rcspectivel)
too ami 50fl yards on the Israel
oi the bonier Other Sj rian
fortified gun emplacements on
high ground further back ti
hi -e hilltops joined in tbi bom-
Intent. Fire was returned in
.in effort to silence the Syrian
.mi- "
It was only after Israel com-
plained to military observers '
representing the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization,
and the UN military observers
had twice requested Syria to
cease firewhich Syria ignored
that Israel sent its planes into
the air against the Syrian posts.
(A report from Syria claimed
that seven Syrians were killed
anc1 36 wourded by Israel's coun-
ter-attack.)
Mr Coma} made it clear that
"the employment <>t Israel's planes
i ,i- a last resort as an enter
gency defense measure" and
"must be understood in relation
ti> the naturi ol the terrain." He
pointed out thai the terrain is such
that there i- no other way {or Is-
rael to defend itaell under the cir-
cumstances existent on Friday.
Mr Coma} also noted that Maj
Gen Odd Bull, duet of stall oi
L'NTSO, has ol late taken up with
the Syrian authorities the uwue oi
then- shooting at Israelis, and had
obtained from them promise- that
SUCh attack- would o-a.-e "The
solemn Syrian assurances," he
stated, were "flouted and violat-
ed ll' also noted the falsit] Ol
a claim by the Syrians that the
border track first attacked mi Fri-
day was in their territorj A
team from t VI Si > had onl) re
centiy established that the track
was inside Israeli territory, he re-
ported.
The Israeli Ambassador relat-
ed the weekend attack of Syria's
leadership among the Arab
states to speed a united Arab at-
tack against Israel, before, dur-
ing and since the summit meet-
ing of Arab states held in Sep-
tember at Alexandria, Egypt.
He cited statements by leaders
of the Syrian Government call-
ing for aggression against Israel,
and based the second point of his
Security Council
those statements,
the Council that
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Jts du,V ,0 d"end Hit |iv,(
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that "immed tr*
denl of No, 13 ',hl ,he*
Israel subrn.ttea ^
Of ........ .
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Louis Seitlin president 0' &,,|
David Men'- Club, annot
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vJenisti ThridHan
Page 7-A
Teachers Will Meet Monday
First meeting ol the Pre School
Teachers Association of Jewish
Congregational Schools will he
held on Monday at the new of-
fices of the Bureau ol Jewish
Education. MO Lincoln Hd.
Delegates who attended the 1961
biennial conference "t the Nation-
al Association for the Education
i Young Children will report on
. ml evaluate the sessions they
ill tended.
Naomi Brandeis, preschool di-
rector of Temple Emanu-El, sen
eci on the Program Committee,
and Louis Schwartzman, executive
director ol the Bureau, acted as
resource educator tor the Forui
on Cultural and Social Change ; t
Ihe biennial conference
Theme Of the national come
ence was "Children ol Change
"i v, .i- held at the Deauvil
(i;-t. 28 (nrough 31.
Chanuka Gift Items
iterhood <>i the Souths e
Jewish Ccn! -r .- having a Chi
nuka mart ; n I kosher supper o
Sunday, from -1 to 7 p.m., at II'.
Center Chanuka gift items wi
he on display for the Fund-raising
project.
Officers and Board of Trustees of Temple Ju-
dea are installed during a lecenf. Sabbath
worship service by Rabbi Morris A. Kipper,
spiritual leader. Top row (left to right) are
Dr. David Seitlin, Richard Horwich. Harold Jaf-
fer, Melvin Harrison, Louis Easton, Sol Sch-
reiber. secretary, Leonard Kolish, Albert Kron-
ow.tz, frank Toback, Alfred Swiren. Seated
are Meyer A. Baskin, Joseph Krefetz. president
Albert Jacobson, Charles Adler and Herbert
^elernter, outaoinq president. Not shown are
Vic'or Reiter. first vice president; Max Deak-
ter, i-econd vice president; Joseph Klein, treas-
urer; Dr. George Balber. Dr. Jess Spirer, Ralph
lumer and Dr. Bernard Yesner.
Calif. Votes Against Bias Provision
Continued from Page 1-A
I- i against housing dis-
I lion in California was far
|- r The Supreme Court
has r idy questioned the consti-
I el Proposition 14, al-
though il refused to keep the
ofl the ballot.
In a statement on the adoption
of the measure, Gov. Edmund G.
2rown. said "Naturally, I am
n ^appointed with passage of
Proposition 14. However, I do
iot regard this vote as the end
of California's fight against dis-
crimination and segregation in
lousing."
rhe San Francisco Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council mean-
while reported it was investigat-
ing charges by a Jewish apartment
hunter who said she had been told
to her lace in an apartment own-
er that .lew- were not wanted in
Ihe building.
The complainant said she had
called on the managing owner ol
a -i.\ story apartment building t >
rent a vacant apartment and thai
;t the outset, she had been asked
if she was Jewish. When she said
she was. the apartment owner de-
clared "No .lews are going to live
here."
The amazed applicant told the
owner that she knew of several
Jewish families living in the build-
ing. The owner said that when
they vacated their apartments, the
units would not be rented to Jews,
The Jewish applicant then
asked, "What have you got
against Jews?" and the reply
was "they cook smelly fish."
That statement ended the inter-
view. The woman reported the
matter to the JCRC which im-
mediately notified the State Fair
Employment Practices Commis-
sion which enforces the Rum-
ford Fair Housing Law.
However, i! was found that the
complainant had waited past ihe
fin-day statute of limitations pro-
vided in the Rumford Law The
JCRC said ihe ca-e was being
investigated visnro'igly."
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^Jenlsti nrradli'ctin
Page 9-A
j Committee Completes Plans For
Wp|e Ker TamidChanuka Festival
Lmbrr> of >:'p I'atron ll(.~t>
i ..... ,. completed plans for
1 Ser T;m.i [ ,-iiwil dinner at a re-
. s turday given by Rabbi
,. Labovitz in their
he foi th" committee.
L, dinner will take place on
(irsi niulit f Chanuka, Nov.
ii the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
. | the Ner Tami.l-
laPl Chanuka Festival Dinner
be Murray Shaw. Temple
Resident, ho announced that
fcl William I Harris, a founder
fc,1 fii.-t president of the Tern-
ttill be honored at the din-
fer
Rabbi Laboviti said that "this
(inner honoring Col. Harris and
under the chairmanship of our
president, Murray Sh.w, will be
a gala and memorable event in
the history of our congregation.
It wi'l be a dramatic demon-
stration of the close affinity be-
tween the religious life of the
synagogue and the continued
sutenanc~ of Israel through Is-
rael Bone's."
Heading preparations for the
('.inner, in additon to Kabbi Labo-
vitl and Shaw, are Maurice L.
Zaretsky, chairman of the Board
of Directors- Mrs. Henrietta Fine.
Mrs. Fannie Sklar and Mrs. Sadie
Trosky, honorary chairmen; Mrs.
Eugene Schwartz, president of the
S'-tcrhood; and Dan l'iver. presi-
dent of Men's Club.
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Looking forward to 'he Temple Ner Tamid Israel-Chanuka
[Festival Dinner and Dance are leaders of the congregation
Iwho completed plans for the event at a reception qiven by
[Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz in their home last Saturday
[night. From left are Murray A. Shaw. Temple president and
[dinner chairman; Col. William J. Harris, dinner honoree; Rab-
bi Labovitz: and Maurice L. Zaretsky. chairman oi the Temple
board. The dinner will take place Sunday evening. Nov. 29.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The Committee Of Hosts in- Benjamin Simon, Mr
[ dudes
Mr .1:1.1 \l -. lienjumln Keldner,
M 1 Vh> -., !l 11 1:1, .ii. Mr. him!
Vic* J< K( ,ih 1'.ilnc, Mr, and Mi Mm -
rix 1 'hui 1 |t, \l and Mr-. Aaron Chu-
11. .1 m: Mi.-. I UtIm 11 1:. 1 ..h. n.
Mi 'Mid Mm. 1 ...:.is c -..I,, n, Mi r. Vnna
1 1' *l .iid Mi -. 1 Id* 1 1 u <
inn Mr und Mi- John I linmond, Mr
' ind Mi-. AleN T. El*. Mr. and .Mrs.
1 .ii Kim nli mm, Ml. mid M I Ii n
' Mr und Vlrn. Kara I- lm gold,
Mj 11 nd Ml .1 rlci Pon r, Mr. and
Mi.-. .\ -ii.i : ,. uk, Mr .....1 Mi, .\l-
fivd Ki-ifiiiuii.
Mi> I'ii 'in. KrliMlman, Mr. : V 1.....1 H.irfli-ld, Mis Ann (iar-
fli.ki-l Ml and ilvn 1 \ :.l I Haw, Ml
and Mi.-. Ml-li 1 (ilazi< r, Mr nd
Mi -. I.o .1. (lolil, Mi. und Mm
' .' Eoldi-n, Mr. Mini Mi \h
ioldinan, Mi and Mr* Prank Hold-
111 in. Mi. and Mi-> i 'Inn ..- c iold*ti-in,
Mr and Mi -. luck 1 in 1 nliei-K, Mr. and
M Sum u-l ; 1. mi. Id, Mr. und Mr*.
1II11 1 II lir l -in.in. Mi. .mil Mrs.
Mi. I1.1. I lloniwlla, Mr. and Mm. Philip
Jai-"l>>. Mr, and Mis. ,lnai |ih Kahn,
Mi and Mrs \;i.. n \. Ka|>|>, Mr. and
..Mi*. X.i. 11 K 11/.. Mr Mini Mrs. Ili-r-i
mini Knta, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kor-
ni.. Mi. mid Mra. David Krau*c
All. and Mr*. Joseph Kroveta, Mr.
I mi" Mrs. Alex l.i rninii, Mr, und Mrs,
Mi >. r l.i -in -i. Mr. and Mi Monya
I s 1111 .. .Mr. and .Mis. Hurry Lieber-
I .nun. Mr. und Mia, Harry Llc-ht, Mr.
and Mr*. .1;.....Ii Maylilum, Mr. and
Mi-. Mori'l* Mir. laky, Mr. and Mrs.
Morion Morftau, Mr......1 Mrs. Kr.il-
ri, k l'r,.|i|i, Mr, and .Mis. I'hllln
i.an.hi.an. Mr ami Mm. Mas Ravkln,
Mr. and Mm. I ..! It.-^.m, Mr. ;
M Nutlinii Itoii.'nliei-R, Mr. and Mr*
Naihan Sal.......ii, An......i Mr*. Isidon
.-. ha, III. I, Ah. and All- llan> U.
j Si I.......
Mr. and Airs. Harry A. Bherman,
| Mr. and Airs. Solomon SleKel, Air. and
All-. Joseph Sllv.rm.in, Mr. and Mrs.
Rabbi Stern In
Lecture Series
Young Citizens for Judaism
meets weekly at the Youth Hall at
; the Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue each Sunday at 10:30
a.m.
For the coming four series of
lectures, Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern
will discuss Religion and
Science." sharing the platform
with authorities in various fields
' ol science.
Brunch is served following each
session.
Rabbi Stein also conducts a lec-
ture in Talmud on Mondays, 8
p.m., in the Study Hall.
Julius Schwartz is chairman of
the adult education program.
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Judge Irving C'ypcn. Joseph A.
Garfield, Louis Goldman. Her-
bcrl Gelernter and Morris Klass
are active with numerous social
and religious agencies.
William B. MacDonald Jr. is
co-owner with Trustee Saul Sil-
berman of Tropical Park Race
Track and Col. Nathan B. Rood
ll a builder, developer, and fi-
nancier.
Sol C. Shave is in finance and
investments. Samuel ,i Spector
(donor of the "Spector Pavilion")
i- a well-known builder and con-
tractor. Harold Thurman and Jos-
eph Weintraub are known in in-
vestments, and Stanley ll. Wolff
i- a banker
Kane and the Beatles
Temple Mcnorah Junior and
Senior I'SV will feature WFUN
radio announcer and station mar
Bger, Larry Kane, at a wed.
luncheon meeting on Sunday, at
11:30 a.m.. in the Temple's Social
Hall. Kane will speak about bis
recent trip with the Beatles.
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of it: anon Hospital by the City of Miami "for
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lelt to right) Harry Markowitz,
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Morton Halpern. This historic photo was taken
in 1958, when plans for the construction of
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\ .. -i, tion of Dade Coun-
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n akes up the Board of
! ol Cedars of Lebanon
Ml
i.strator Sanford K. Bron-
ho recently compiled a
i mini book on "Duties of
spital Trustee." cites the
ide variety of skills and inter
his board members.
President Harry L. Lewis is a
err {tired tax and finance
onsii*ant, with a long history
f err.*rier.ee in building, oper-
t;nr and purchasing industrial
nd icmmercial properties.
' Mjer.s i- one of Dade's
attornej and a national-
rid welfare work-
S piro i- president
r>3 and has had
building con
. -i
ov ner of Lubj
h been associated
' ol health and
. ations in Dade
r i early lour decades
roy:on fo be Speaker
American and Soviet Influence
the Middle East During the
"lil War," an objective analysis
1 Mai. Herman Grayson. of the
it Force Keservc and president
I the Surfside Civic Association.
ill be the discussion topic on
P"ridi v. 8 p.m.. by the People
fil'e.ik Town Hall Forum in Wash
Jti Federal. 1234 Washington
Auv | haim Rose in moderator.
Ben N'ovack is a retired indus-
Itialist.
E. Albert Pallol is a banker.
attorney and a civic worker with
a record ol nearly 3n years in
B'nai B'rith leadership, as well
as active participation in fraternal
and welfare work.
David Btuzin is a banker. CPA,
and prominent figure in commun-
ity affairs.
Sidney Aronovitz, attorney, is
vice mayor of the City of Miami,
member of a pioneer Florida
family, and a force in local re-
ligious and civic institutions.
Muni. Lomaskin is a builder
and serves with a number ol wel
fare organizations.
Sidney Letcourt is a CPA and
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Robert Russell is a local indua
trialist.
R. Wms. Apte is an insurance
executive, and Elliott Blumen-
thal. a well-known realtor and pio-
neer settled in Coconut Grove.
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licjious *J^<
ngious
,.tw ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
%60*. f",Bi l5aaC Ever'
crvices
J his HJeehcnd
> iI)Ihi:Ii, Mrs. l.nnln Raron S
|avt.
SHALOM CONGREQA-
r ii"85 S-V 67th Ave. Orthodox.
fiStor ,r.l_Kr.hner.
|SHE EMES. 2533 SW 1th Ave.
Ihj nAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con- |
Kit?.*. C.r William W. L.p-
CANDUUGHTING TIME
15 Kislev 5:10 p.m.
i... I
!:. I.l.i Klleser A. I.rvi m.n muiium-ui .
Sat- :
,i-ll Justice.

II.....i i.vi's nernion
i: i- Mltsvah: Mich- Mrs. Rdward Retrhln: Steven, son ..f
Uavid Mi. and Ml >. J illan Brill
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EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho- TE^^
;' Rib'bi Solomon Schitf.
J j Saturday R:S0 <
lonor
bath,
R -I'll l : III) in. will rxli-l .I
W in salmdaj ..... Srrninn:
"Weekl) I'nrtlnu I) m ,,\,
I. in.-, boh of Mi and Mrs, I tennis
' '.irlin.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Nnrot.
FYiday i, p.m. Sermon: "Are w.
Nosing i ".n Pn pilom?"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
per.
PYldfl) 8:15 p.m. Saturday n a.m.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Haw Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday R:15 p.m. Sermon: "The ll.al-
Ins DiiiiKhter." Saturday 9 a.m. s.-r-
ni..n "Weekly Portion." Bur Mils-
vah: Seth, ..... oi' Mr. and Mra, s-ani-
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BETH EL OF HOLLY-
1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
.. ,,f i.,i :' Kennedy Library Friday vi:. p.m. Sermon: "is Our
a-lll be "ii "From Prayer Book it.-l.vanl ror Oui Vge?"
Ulni'ha J p.m. I Iday evening nhers and Ones Shah- uel R<
-- ----- bat committee members will be hon- -----
M ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho- red. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
L, Raooi Berel Wein. ------ #____ Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
Saturday 9 ..m. ami TEMPLE BETH SH(RAH. 7500 sw na. R.bBj Eugene L.bovitz.
_#____ 120th St. Reconstruction!*!. Rabbi
Itm JACOB 301-311 Washington Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
rla
1th
lieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. hut Sabhith. Ber-
mon: "John F. Ki nnedySorely Miss-
ed by Mnny." (iuesl speakers: Mrs.
rn KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Mtrn Traditional. Rabb
.jpiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
sTand' oPThe'lr"T^n W'.'n.n,', Ja=. Miami iJeTch rhap.^r
n-Ari. .Mis. Ma. Merniel, Mi- Fred till. ________
i.-imon: "A Living NouthwrM Chain, r: Mrs Leonard l.i-, TEMPLE OR m riM RuiMwaMui
Mrs Joaeiih Ram- vine. Patatma Chapt. r; Mrs. Max g75 i sw 1h St M?m" "r'Z,
......* MtahUt. fct- .h,.mer Coral Uable, Saturdaj i:M lamue^Vfl CanVor N cTreldma"'
Mimon; "Medina "i am Prnh lllbli Ktudy.
,, "Weekly Por- ._ P"riday 8:.lo p.m. Sermon: "What
llrutherlj I.uve.' _..._ Makes a Jew i.....d. Sisterhood, under
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- direction of I'r.-Hlileni Mrs. A,mm Lev".
TH MOSHE CONGREGATION. wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative, i-naon. v.ill h.iKl tile (hie* Shnhbnt.
-630 W D.e Hwy. Conservative. BaBbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ittibhl \prll will dls,-uss "Th. II
Too, R.chi. I MarCOViU. Ernest Sterner. .. .,,;.....I J,-w and n Jew Who Is
< rinnir "III' ilia* ---- UHOll, >:i t HI l.l V I i J|. 111.
" a.m. Has | TMPLB "TH^HOLOM. 4144 Ch.M
- n ol Mr, .in.l Mrs
Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon Kronish. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
,:

1th TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
Ihodox. Raiitn Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Cantor David Conviser.
; I p.ii' Vahrxi-H for late
Presld in John I K< mn-d. > rimm:
\n,| \|,.-, H A Si ended Ml. Nelnih
And the Urd Showed Him All the
TH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th I.iihI ." Deul ::i . ve. Cor.serv itive. Rabbi Max Lip- ". Bur Mltavah: Richard, k......i Mr,
nitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- nnl Mrs VVIIIi.ini (Jray: David Bruce,
turn. son ..i Mr, and Mrs. Ben Harvey.
ORT Sabbath, Ser- ----------
ITesldenl John I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
II. I., or Legend? 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
h. II... daughter "i Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
:;' Mnir.:!;'.''Ai,^;";;;:;, !-!'".'> --" "" *......= "
Ii, -. M
I' rlday 8:30 p m. s. rmon:
Rivalry'." Saturda) :3U a.m. Thurs-
..i j p.m.
NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
tonffv.it vr Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
: i 'It T Sabbath. Quest
I. Mi* "'viiik i ire,-ne. North
t -ii [er i iRt president. T..pli :
|UT n T Ii World." Saturdaj
n.tn Mlti!\-ah: KJdward, son
Ul km l Kaj e. Sermon:
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,AGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
||nftid. Cantor George Goldberg.
la) ^ p.m. Memorial services for
l.ii. President .liilui r Kenned)
non \ I.-, ul Man Has Fallen.'
b) Air and Mr.
s.iiurday 8 SO a m
n ..f ili. week." Min-
EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
O'thodOM. Rabbi Alexander S.
i'OSI
f in. Sal'Hday 9 .. m. Mln- i
3LLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson t. Const rvative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
|Htiloraun.
3MESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
Homestead. Conservative. Can-
r Pmcus Aloof.
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1RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ISt. Coi'~.rvative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Sw.rsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I i ..in Si rmon:
1 i Head s.n ui da)
- lling the Right-
i Bhoi ." Mlncha
service. I*ulpll guest, Itabbl Jonah K.
I'aplan of Temple Adalh v.-inn in.
Topic: "ThanksgivingA Jewish In-
terpretation." Sisterhood will hosl tb.
i '.Hall.hi.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adier.
h'rlda) .'. and s::i" p.m. Sermon: "Is
Tier, a Spiritual Criala?" A a|>ecuil
tribute Hill in- paid the late PresWenl
John K. Kennedy, in honor ihit
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Fridav vi.'i p.m. Sermon: lusil
: a iii. l\; vah: Mltrhell, s..ii ..I Mr. and Mrs,
David Row.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative,
in.lav 8:1.1 p.m. Bus Mltsvah: Bather,
daughter of I'r ami Airs. Leon JEls n-
inaii. Saturday : a m, Bernard r ir-
man will cundllel -.i\ii.s. "Weekly
Portion nf the Uw" will im read,
Thursday, Nov. 26, :< a.m,
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Quest speaker, Dr.
Aaron Kahan of the Israel Economic
Mobilisation. Saturday 8:46 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Wi ekly Portion."
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Friday 8.S0 p.m. Baa Mltsvah: Sheila
D.nisc, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Leo
A taste oF'Hraraw
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
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Beginner (0 Mathilah n^nno
Hoffman. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Steven, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Mil-
ton Paver.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
I'mlay ..:.> p.m.
for Existence." Oneg Shabbal hosted
by Sisterhood. Saturday 'j a.m, Ser-
mon: Wc.kiy Portion."
YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin stauber.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday I' a.m. Ser-
rmon: "Struggle I mon: "A blncore Thanksgiving."
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We are Guiltless Let Ecumenical Say What it Will
'-0B C COHEN COMMUNITY
,5\NaCOGUE. 1532 Washinnton Ave
Har.bi Tibor H. Stern.
ture topic: "The
Satin da> :30 .i m
ii i h n n stlei Ui n
John V, Kennedy.
fr>E?EJH "SRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Y '!,' Pabbi David Lehrfield
hraham Seif.
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lnE.V SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
I orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
1 '"an.
UTHWEST CENTER. 0438 SW 8th
*'1,'-onsirvative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
: mil B:1J p.m. Sermon:
ihi i'.. i i:.i.i. Satin -
jj .; I' in. s. rmon: "Weekly Por-
PHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Cci
Hllns Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
nias.
1 m Saturday \:-.{o a-m, Bar-
n i'" Noi Quarrel."
se?hF ADATH YES"HURUN. Con-
Gar'i 1025 NE 183ro St., Miami
an. Rd' Rbbi Jonh E- Caplan.
"tor Maurice Neu.
''!i!\VY: ,'"1- ,tT Sabbath. Queai
'"r. aiis Sidney Kronlah, pres-
lui'i ,"'JlnoW Park Chapter ORT.
',' : a.m. Sermon: "War.
:'.,,'"' ReoomilUaUon." Hlncha
MPLE BETH AM~M50 N. Kendall
Itr'h .' Mlam'- Reform. Rabbi
Sooner B"umoa,,d- Cantor Charles
n'l'V s",,,"i: "The Late Pres-
S'%iHii,u Ka.'i d legend v
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k\i, ".'"' BMorday 11:15 a.m.
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By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue
The rise of one is the down-
fall (if the other,"' seems to he
the fearful philosophy of all ages
,:nd of hoth faiths. Christian and
Jewish. The Ecumenical Council
has shown a tremendous sign Of
weakness and fear by diluting,
postponing and
sidetracking the
Schema on Jews
The action of
the Council, or
rather in action
concerning t h e
Jewish question
both of old and
of the present
shows fear and
anxiety on thel
p a r t of t h e,
Church.
The validity of
their fear is sim
pie, the rise of RABBI STtRN
Israel, the upsurge of Jewish iden-
tity, is an open defiance of the
teachings of the Church. The aver-
age Christian knows that we are
! not a cursed people. The intelli-
gent Bible student does not con-
sider us a guilty people. The true
religious person rejects a faith
This pasc it prepared in co-
operation with the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical A*tociatlo.
Coordinator of features ap-
pearing here is
DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
spiritual leader of Beth ToraJi
Congregation of North Miami
Beach.
....,, am mbm fmttmwmwmWA
based upon ancient dogmas of
guilt that were historically never
proven.
The failure to remove the stig- j
ma of deicide from the Jews has'
also contributed to the reluctance j
of eliminating the missions to
Jews to bring back the "lost
brethren.'' The nuclear age gen
erates faith in a Messianic age.
Somehow total destruction goes
parallel with total salvation, and
again the Church fears the even-
tuality of the coming of a Hebrew
Prophet envisioned u> the Mes-
siah.
'1'ie failure to give diplomatic
recognition to the State ol Israel
is not based on .Moslem pressure.
It is another sign of tear and
weakness <'i Ihe Vatican vis-a-vls
the eternal .lew.
The irreparable error commit-
ted by the self-appointed Jewish
leaders who lobbied in Koine stems
from the same fear. They who
can not comprehend Jewish etern-
ity are afraid Of temporary set-
backs. They, who lack faith in
the heavenly appointed time and
person to bring salvation to the
world, they, who live a Jewish
life based on temporary condi-
tions, instead of the eternity of
the Torah, run to Rome, beg for
vindication and are even willing
to make "deals" with the Church,
to act as missionaries by making
room for Christ in Jewish his-
tory.
I do not advocate an offensive
position to the entire ecumenical
Council. The problem of the
Church is not a Jewish problem.
We were never guilty of any crime
against the Church 2.000 years
ago, and we can not accept vindica-
tion today. It is sheer madness to
bring the corpse to the witness
stand and to question and in.
the meantime to let the murderer,
escape.
Let us remind the Christian
world that we are not lost breth-
ren; neither are we cursed breth-
ren, our doomed brethren. The
concept of religion in a modern
and scientific world can only
serve a purpose if it is based on
truths instead of myths, on trust
instead of suspicion, upon the ad
vocation of universal equality in
stead of a complex discrimina-
tion.
Our strength must be shown by
the convocation of an ecumenical
Council of Jews. Let us set the
record straightthat the common
denominator of Judaism is the
Torah. If and when Judaism is
something that is not Torah or
anti-Torah, part-Torah or semi-
Torah, this is what separates one
Jew from his brother and that
weakens our position as a whole.
i
SIDRAH-VAYISHLAH
The confrontation between Esau, who lived in the land of
Seir. and Jacob is imminent. To impress his brother, Jacob
prudently sends messengers to inform Esau of his wealth. Un-
impressed Esau, nonetheless, continues to advance towards Jacob
with 400 men.
Terrified. Jacob divides his camp into two sections, so as
not to lose all in the event of an attack.
Again to impress Esau, he sends him gifts and prayed to
God tor Divine Assistance.
As he stands alone, an angel approaches and wrestles with
him. The angel finally declares: 'Thy name shall he called no
more Jacob, but Israel; for thou hast striven with God and with
men. and hast prevailed."
Encouraged with his victory, Jacob meets Esau and sur-
prisingly is embraced by his brother as the two kiss, weep, and
are reconciled.
Jacob and his family journey on to Shechem, where his
daughter. Dinah, is assaulted and raped. Her brothers avenge
this despicable act by destroying Shechem.
Jacob fulfills his vow to return to Beth-El. On the way.
Rachel gives birth to Jacob's last and youngest son. Benjamin,
but dies in childbirth. She is interred on the way to Ephrath.
which is Bethlehem.
This Sidrah concludes with the death of the Patriarch Isaac,
a patient and affectionate man who inherited the true belief in
God and loyally transmitted it to Jacob.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted from "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and
the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y.
-, President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph
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Democratic President
A VISIT TO I rai '. i-l.-nt
ihiu Zalman Shazai it hi
r< loVnce m Jerusalem brings out
be t the spirM i,i desnoerai -.- pssj
vtiltng in IfrMl n reminded hm
'.i iti<- time when I visited Um
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On ;-i< i> 'i the bum democratic on
Ihi t merles n continent In Iru
on* rould imply v alk Into
tha ullie* B| the I'm i-liTil in Montevideo, and, if
u.< President had no odiov engogemawta, he would
receive gta rlatlx trMMNM .my lormaltttm and Mat
< n '" iii ha he4 to y
In ,|i-i ii- .'i|i-iii ih.ii;' .in- not as simple as in
l.i.i.-. |i I.-, i,,|i this || iMCtOM I'm-'i.|itiI .In/ar
1,1 '"'' "*" I' free time on hi hand* to receive an*
u "> I" la iilk n him There ) always
it 'i.-li-".,ii.,n ... i.i, |,|, waiting room eager to
i.i i.iiivi-.i i,v hm, tnd to eressni to him certain
problem While i was Hitting with president
''' '" '" office, ihiu- wu in the anlo-room
""' delegation .,i i raoH Orthodoi rabbli rod an-
delegotion -.1 Canadian / ''" .....' '""'' ;" earl) in ordoi to motl tin- traditional Mb-
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I'm iid' nl Khazai dm
and llmil the people in
ll''. i U 'I.ill-, |In- .,
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11 i i-ivi'i tO IS m SO iiiiii
< w-iih other head >.i itate
to
"' '' human and nol an official approar
'"'"' i -11"1 paj /in attention lo time when the
" "' i "ndi ilium ion I important III e< re
I l""1 hi i 'ii Un refore moil ol the lime In
1,1 hi ha lo manipulate diplomoti
' '' I .....I< Ii alion ho h ive appolntmenti
'" I' tin Pre hi. hi .,i ,, ,, rtaln time
' "' '""' he i,ii.,i'. in ., note lo Pre i
''' "' "" III reminding him that omc
l"'' n In the mile room, i heduli il lo ho
" 'r 'I i Ihl do. not influi m i Lhc I
' ''" "'' "I I cut hi i on i i atlon >\ iii, the vi i
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'' '' i do llh litorature, hi lory, edu
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111 I i real liti rurj Figure hlmaolf, and the world
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lm" ln "" i I i"". ha trul) I. pre cnl. tho
I"' "' '' bi re learning and i......alion old
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II ""'' "' tha i iHi.-.i stataji i-,, |(|,.,, Rhatar
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" appro ebmg eiptratlon
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no matter hou terrible their crime
free I i next y
Ambassador Knapp tein ani not a word *
the known Nan sr crtmtnaui now hn Egypt -*no
free to return borne after Maj U
rot. Among tbem ar< !n(.
-s and Ge I ipo fficers to have
, : Ji
' h..r.rHir Erhajrd'i d<-al <: u^.
rdlng reoioval of '.-rrr,ar, rocket cientuti ami
'" technicians from Egypt hai beei n->iicecl
man diptoaiata throoKbout the world. The
'ii-rmnn EMbaaay her<- is quick b) advance legal
. geuffoa of why nothing alleawily can be -Ion.- to
ove the Germans, s-bo bear valid pa rporti and
Bonn tecority cloaranoea, from Egypt But Am
ador Knappstem has not -oncVrned himself
rlth mggestioni on wayi to influence removal of
the German
The fact i, that while the United states and
aim nations scefc to prevent a nuclear war Ger-
mtni fu.-lv come and go f.on. West Germany to
i i-t to build rockets and Jeti which Nasser wish, i
o dm for the "final Miution of the Jewish proh-
tem some of the German icirotists m Egypt are
commtaisien Igentl for German Industries licensed
for eecsi to -,.Cr(-t American processes. Bonn
;' '' eortd cancel the icotirity clearances of
'In.ic.anM who go to Egypt t build weapon lyi
I'-rns for "faster.
An urgent call to the riorman Government to
put an end to ti. acllvitiei oi Germam the
K'M.iian war machine was voiced by Israel Prime
'";;r ';;' ^h,;'" ** **** .., ,he new
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man;, .-r.j-t have on the war. The appearai
uniformed Nazi- increases tneir apprehen-ion
Scsrt door lo Reinkardfs unit, we talk* It
tor C lit Hoffmanwho guided the
"Aren't We Wonderful." an expose of p ir
Germany, a few yean aeoond with Hem/ Ruee-
mann. the Mar of "Ship of Fools-- who n
rned to Germany from Hollywood. Thev ar
rei.tly collaborating on the second remake Ol Dr
Hiob Hraetonou-" from the stage play by the late
Kurt Goetz. with Ruehmann essaying the title role
in the American version of 1951 portrayed by
'irant.
Whin we asked Ruehmann about the ehira 'or
of the Herman Jew Loewenstein whom he. the
former screen star of the Third Reich, portrayed
ior Stanley Kramer in the Hollywood filmizaUon
"I Katberlne Anne Porter's "Ship of Fools, the
matinee idol of yesteryear answered quickly "I
see in Loewenstein a born optinu.-t who goes ifk
JO the fatherland in 1933 and thereby straight into
his death; he is the only Jew on board the ship"
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Remembering a Magnificent Letter frcm Jail
THAT WEEK THAT farted ,Mi Co-
'""bui Day that reaUj i as the week
'hat wai Nikita Khrushchev was yank
' 'he cenlrai rtage ol historj ; Mao
' '<". -""i Chou En-lai put an at<
"' 'hi ii i ink; Lyndon John
'"'"' "" '' "'"'- uc; Harold Wilson
o '"> Sir Alec Douglas-Hume the
M l""1'- ordinal .\ ,rld Serie win-
Johnnj Reane and the \ nkei -
pennant \\ inning yogi Berra u ,i,, r.
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P...........' '!;'rlln lA,,h" KJ" ..... the Nobel Prize for
'"! ""v "'"" "" '"'- -eusuonhv of the**
picked the distinguished 35-year-old Negro minisl phil-
osopher and civil rights leader.
Martin Luther Kmj would have something ot
significance to say to Bull Connor it that prol
ill Yahooism would only listen. Dr. King v
Mr CoitnOF, as he told Christian and Jewish i
from a Birmingham jail April 6, 1963, when the ilk
his activities 'unwise and untimely:"
"You deplore tho demonstrations thai are I isentlj
taking place in Birmingham. But 1 am sorry I
statement did not express a similar concern for
dittons that brought the demonstrations into being. I
I in -lire thai each of you would want to go l>
1 social analyst who looks merely .
and doe- not grapple with underlying causes. I would
not hesitate to say that it is unfortunate that so-called
demonstrations arc taking place in Birmingham d t|,!-
but I would say in more emphatic terms that it ;-
even more unfortunate that the white power stru lure ol
Ihii cit> left the Negro community with no oth aftei
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CERTIFICATE OF
C'RPORATI DISSOLUTION
THE NAVE AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
' ih >M THESE PREH-
B|*AI.I. >Mr), illtllll'I'INilS.
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to lip Incorporated under
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LtOAL NOIICF.
NOTICt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC 12071
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nui'lii, IS HKHKHY fllYKX thai
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husiness umI. [he r.ctltious name of
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PETITION FOR ADOPTION
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You, W K. PARR, are hei by
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tins been filed, and you are required
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Kl.... oXford i-ii.mi. and file the ori-
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fice of the Clerk of Hie Circuit Court
on or before the Til. day *r Decem-
ber, 1961. 11 you fall to do mi. ju.lis-
nii'.il l,> ,1. laiill will In- taken .m..nisi
you fur ii,, reliel demanded In the
Hill of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published once
.-a,!, week for rour eonsecutlve weeka
in Till: JEWISH I- l.i iRIHIAN.
DO.NK AND (ii:i>i:i;i:ii at Miami.
Florida, iliis :;mli .la. ..i October,
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(Clr. nil C(.in-i Seal)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C-10341 (Spaet)
.1. S. Cl-EASON, .111., a- Administra-
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the I'nlted States of America, ami
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oi their assimis,
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ll r .....Kuinsl these iH-femhiiits
wli..-.- -.,. uiknown:
Yi il ARK HKHKHY Si 'III IK|l that
a suil lias heen brouKhl attains! you
lij .i ~ ,i.i. \.-, >N, ii: ..- v.i
Istiator .. \ rails Affali s, un >ffi-
,.....i tl I niteu Stati oi \
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in. ul I III lans, to fol'ei lose a
mortKap, na the Inllowiim
d, -, nl.- i-wit
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Tli i.\ I'll IVI ;< il. 'IT! li.VRI IJCNS,
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.oi-.l. d in I" II...... ai I'-i-'- 31.
..I the pub.....Is of 11 i 'oini-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 12311
P.EN STCRMAN.
I'laililifl.
BETTY BECKETT STl'RJI \N.
I iif. inhint.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in: BECKY BBCKETT STITRMAN
< Mrs. Rose I'hcrmaii
6436 No. Rockwell Street
Chicago, Illinois.
YOC ARK HEREBY SOTIKIED
that n i', un plaint for B+rorce hna
been filed auainst you, and you are
required to serve a ropy of your
Answer or Pleading t.> the Cnmnlaim
on I'laiiuiiis attorneys, smith &
MANi'IJ'.ll. n>7 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Klorlda, nnd file the original
of sun.- in the offi<.....I the Clerk
of the i'ir,-iiii Court on or before
the Till .lay of December. ISM. If
von tail to ilo s... Judgment by de-
fault -vv ill be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint.
DONE \NI> OROKRED lit Mann.
Florida, I'n- L'i'tli day of October,
i ...i
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, i 'Irctitl i '..in i
ii,.'.. 'ounty, Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN
lieputy Clerk
n ;. 13, 20, ::
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MA VIM P C.VI -MAN
i"i Kasi Flaglei .-ii i
Miami, I i Id i
11 13-20-27, 12 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64533-B
in RB: Estate of
MORHIH I.IPTuN
1 l.i,-:i-ed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: __
TO AJOi I'KKsii.vs INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAIM
MKCEDHNT. ,_ ,. ,
You are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purportiiib to be
the last will and testament pi sai.l
,le,.,-.lei.t ha- l"-en admitted to pro-
bate in said Court. You are herein
comiminrteil Within si\ .alen.lar
months from the date of the flrsi
publication of Ibis BOtlOe to appeur
in said Court and show .i.use. if mil
you in. whi tin- action oi said < ourt
m admitting said win to prabate
-ii.iuM not stand unrevoked.
PRANK B. MtiWI.lN.1
County Judge
,S''M|!v: LOIS r i-vsti-i:i-i:i.D
Clerk
JOSH REPHl'N
Attorney I :l"r
. Wash '-" A' enae
B. I".,
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. M867-A
IN RK INtate of
I'MYI.i.ls SAMKT
|i,, ..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All <'! 'ii:-. ""' Ml Persons Hav-
im. mi Memanils Against Said
i il
V.iit are hereby notified and re-
In in. si nl an- claims an.i ,i.
mamI- whl. Ii nil ma} hai e ai
. iiiyi.I is s V.MKT ile-
ceased I ite of Hade County Florida,
lo il,.- i'mii I of I lade Count)
ami r le the -am-. In (luplk-ale and an
i,.v i,I...I In >' i on T 13.16, Florida
Statutes, in in tile I'oilll-
tj 'ourtl..... in I lifle County. Flor-
ida within -iv ilendar months .....m
the 11 in..... il"- irsl publication here-
in*, or tin e will he Inn
I n, nl M, un. Hoi Ida, 111 '-,li
,|.,v ..I Uctolier, A.M. !."-i
I'HII.IP SAMKT
v- i \. culor
PI ., p mi .ii Ion ol this notlci
the 3Uth dii> "i '"' I9
l.i;, ,N KAMI. VN
M> ei -. He man ami Kaplan
,:... toi
- VI
-I si,'. Florl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12272
KITH l" HICK,
Pluintiff,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Mo. 64C 12003
| HORACE MAKULKY,
i ntirr.
IR \|ii:i.l, MARBLKY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'i'i i: IKAI 'KLL MARULK1
Iv.:-, II....I..-, Streel
I 'l, ilnd. Iphla, Penns> Iva nln
You, IRAMKLI. MARBLKY', are
hereby nolitled ib.-ii a Bill "f C.....-
plaint for Divorce has been Bled,
agulnsl you, und you are reciulred |
t,, serve ll cop) "f your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill ol Complaint on
tin- i'laintifi attorney, SHEVIN,
liiinMMAN \- HOI.TZMAN, 346 s.-v-
bold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and I
file tin- original Answei or Plead-I
ling in ii.....Mil.- of the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court "ii or before the Tth
day of December, 19(4. If you fail1
to do s... .iiiilanii-nt by default will \
lie tiik-n against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint. |
This notice shall be published once
each week f"' four .....isecutlve weekl
In THE JlAVISlI FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day ol October.
A.M ISM.
1-: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Flm-Ha
tClrcull Court Seal)
lii r L ALEXANDER,
Deputy' Clerk
SHRVIN. OtMlDMAN & HoLTZMAN
Mil Seyhold Building
Mm ml :'2, i lorida
MAIN fJOODMAN
Utorne) for Plaintiff
11 'fi 13, 20, 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HEREBY GIVES
the undersigned, desiring to n-.,--
in business under the rictllloiis nama
of Vnilli: COSMETIC *.- SCNDRY
SHOP nt number ill" B. Dixie HUsh-
way in the City ol Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, intends to register the wild na
with ih. Clerk of the Circuit
of Ma.i.- County. Florida
Dated -,t .Miami. Dude O
Plot Ida. this 2Hth din
THE CAMPl'S COSMETIC &
SI'NMKY Sill 'I' INI '
llv: llei.-ii,. All, r Kares, I'resld. t
Winifred Alter, Vlce-Pr. Tr. ,-
.1..-, ph Ran a, Si
HARRY M. ROSKN
_ Aii"iiie\ for Applicant
-^^ WOLFSOX .v DIAMOND
THE 107 I.in. "In Road
Miami lleai h, I lorldu
ll ii. 13, !
27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64779
! S RK Estate :
lii IKK A lb >N It USA I'M
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci'editu anil All IN rs, ns Ha' -
Ing Claims "i l>emands Against b'a l
Kstal. :
You are hefeb} notified am
quired to pr. sent anj clnl i md i
mamls which you ma> hale a-s,
ib.. ssti....... Ill iSK A Hi iNKlHAI ii
deceased late of Ma,i,- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of In.I. ,
and file the mum,- in duplicate and ., <
provided In Section 7::::.in. Floi .
statute-, iii their offices In Ihe Com
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar monthi
the time of the fast publication her...
of, the same ivill be barred.
I'ale.I III Miami. Florida, Ill's
.lav of November, A.D. 1964.
Ml iltlllS lb i.NI''. MAl'M
Ah Administrator of Estate
Rose \. Honlgbautn, dei eased
Flrsi publication of this notice
the 'iili 'in of Novembi r, 1964.
CHBREN .v in iLDEN
Attorney for Morris Honlghauin,
Administrator
607 < llympia liuihllng
Miami. Florida Mi:tl 11 6-13-:
2i 1
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 11257
DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK OF THE
CITY OF NKW YORK
Plaintiff,
-
KKNNKTH VV SI'TTtiN. ,| u\. ,-t al
I lefendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Kenneth VV. Sutton and .lane M.
Sutton. his wife, residence
I'nknown, and ll remarried,
.i a spoils. -. it living
., ml II di ud, the unknow u heirs,
,i.i u, h gatees, grantees, as-
signees, li.iiors. creditors, trus-
lees or other claimants i lalm-
Ing i..i. through, undet oi ngulnsl
.hi, the above named .l,t-inl-
u :.,. are il,-. eased.
^,,,1 an ii.i.i'v notified that the
,.l,\.- .,|,i i-'ii.-.i action has been In-
- tiKiilnsi you i" il"' i 'in uii
Court "i il"- Kiev en th Judicial Cir-
, nil of Florida In and foi I 'ad. Coun-
ty- to i....... inori guge upon the
li.llovv im; described leal propi I
1^.1 In i I CORAL vv \\
Vll.I, vi ;i: SEC H IN A l' ,ri ',
.tin. to the Plat thereof.
.....I .a I'l.it Book ''
:. i, I' ul. 11c l:
.'.. int} FI, Ida
v.. i are i -in 'I '" file i espon
-ii. :. plaintiff coi plain!
u |ih the 'lei li nf Hie afol lid I 'out .
rve a 'i'i thereof upoi
nttornei MARTIN FINE. Dade
F. ih nil Building, Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
the undersigned, desiring : engugi i
business under tlie fictitious nami f
NATU INWIDK SKCl'RITY" SKK\
at 305 III -' .,i ile I'.ullding, Miami, FI
Ida Intends lo n gistei -.. Id nnm,
the Clerk of he Circuit Com i ol l '.
Count) I 'l"'i'i i
MAS IMS STEIN
CAIDiN ,v ROTHENBBRtl
Attorne).- for Mu tin Stein,
Applicant
B -,-,.i m ISu Idli s Mi.in I"..
ii'.
I'ngi
I'......
vs,
PAIL
TO:
II. HICK.
I lefi inlalit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PAl'L H HICK
1S621 Astor Avenue
Clevelund, Ohio
Y"l ARE HKRKBY notified
i < -. .mi .1,1111 for IHyoroe has
filed against you, and you are
by required to serve a opw
unswer to the Complaint >
Plaintiffs atioriiev, UU
.1 ll, in !
1 1964, or a
! entered
M V I'M '
thai
heen
here-
f your
11 the
in ii; -
IRS. whose address is WJ N.\V. I4lh
Btreet, Miami, n-rida. and Hie the
oiiuiivil of the Answ.-r in *he offi,-,-
Sf the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit In and for Made <-.>un.i. .lor-
ldu on or before the Mith day of De-
cember. Ia64. in default of which t
Complaint will he taken as
ed by you. .
DATEM this ..lb day Ol
'"'r' ""i4- I! I.-AT..F-PMW
Clcgk "f the Circuit Court
i:v: K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
li IS. 2". 27.
confess*
Nov. ni-
12 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMfc LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring t,, engage
,i business under the fictitious name
f DRKHMAR "F MIAMI at 17245
N vv lL'ih Court, Miami. Florida. In-
tends lo reglsti said name w |th the
i-i.ik of the circuit Court ol Dade
i .
RK K r-oWEN.
*- ,,u n. r
10 10, 11 '.. I
Inter than December ".
I ,.-, lee Pro '......--,' II ill
ugalnsl you.
. ,, toher ". 1964.
: LEATHERMAN
. 'i,i k of the Circuit Court
By: C. I' i'"l'El.ANl'
l'e|..ity Clerk
MARTIN FINE
I Kid, I deral Building
Miami. Florida 33131
ll
13. 2". 27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11720
ROBERT EMWARD WAlt.NE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. i'I'H'E l>- HEREBY i:i\ EN tl
the undersign, I dealt Ing to engag. a
business under i be fl< i itious nu
RAIMONDO'S ITALIAN iTI.-lNH it
'.'"l N. vv H i t. Mint I'
Intends lu register said nui a
tin- 'lerk "i 11,, i ,. cult Coui
County, Florida.
RAYLAl'D INC
l.i RAYMOND '. VI DISIO
I 'resid. i
VI.AN R ORKKNFIKLD, I'.Si.'.
Attorney for Appl
::ii I luponl I'1'. .
ll. mi.,
11 6-1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH I U DIC I AL Cl RC U I T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 1>4C 12231
MARILYN VI I. IRK I!,
Plaintiff,
i -
ARTHUR '' I.AUK i:
1 ', fell,lalll.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i'i i Arthur iv Clarki
Colombo, Ce> Ion
You. ARTHUR C
hereby notified that
plaint for Mii.n..-
agalnal you, and yot
DONNA RUTH YYARNE,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Yi'f, DONNA IIITH WARNE.503
s,in in Crest Road, Syracuse, New
York, are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has liei-n
filed ajtslnsl you. nnd you ore re-
..i. i-,-,i to serve a cony of vour answer
thereto on I'lnlntiffs attorney, AL-
\'l\" S. i'AWN. line Lincoln Road
KuHdlng, Miami Beach, Florida, and
rile the original in the office of the
Clerk "i ih" above Court on or he.
r..r. ii,.- loth iiai ,,i November, IS64,; (geul)
. ilniwi-. Complaint will be taken as
,s, --. i
1'VTi'i' this 22nd dny of October.
i
r ". LF\THERMAN
' i i- di Court
L. SXEEDFN, D.C
1" 30, 11 ".. I
CLARKE, are
a I'.ill of Com-
l.as bei-n filed
ale reuuire i
-,i\,-a cop) if your Answer ,-r Plead*
im; to ih. inn of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, PallOt, Marks,
l.'inde,-, Poppall A Itorvvieh, ir.04
Alfred i duPont Building, Miami ::u.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office !" the Clerk
of the i'ire,lit Court "ii or before the
Ith day of December, 1964. If you
fall lo il" so, Judgment by default will
be taken against > "'.! :<,r the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall published once
i-a-h week fer four consecutive weeks
n THE IKVVISII I .'l.nltlMIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- ith d..i of November,
A 11 1964
K, ll I i: vtiierm \x. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Made Co nty, Florida
I K M I.YMAN
' '
Pallet, Murki l.u
1',,,'[., ,1 ,v Hoi ii Icli
1501 Alfii i ding
Miami
Attorn.
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Miami. Florida, Friday. November 20. 1964
Section B
Congress Women in JFK Tribute
Florida Women's Division. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, will payj
tribute to the late President John
F Kennedy at a luncheon at the
Algiers Hotel on Tuesday.
~ Mrs Harvey E. Kramer, presi-
dent, stated "that it is fitting that
this tribute he paid to John F. Ken-
nedy, since his life and work were,
devoted to the ideals and program
held by the American Jewish Con-
ker! '. ;ght (standing) are Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. Mrs. Harvey gress."
E. K- : er. Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Seated is Mrs. Sylvia Silver. chairmen for the luncheon are
[The- planninq 'he Florida Women's Division AJCongress Mesdames Jack Shapiro, division
Imerr.:. :1 to President Kennedy Tuesday. membership chairman: Irving J.
Kaplan, division fund-raising chair-
man; Mrs. Leo Steinberg, division
program chairman.
Members of the committee are
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national
Vice president. Women's Division;
Mrs, Sylvia Silvers, president. Jus-
tine Chapter; Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer, president. Women's Di-
vision; Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque,
president. Louise Wise Chapter;
Mrs. Yvette Abramson. president,
Miami Chapter; and Mrs. Leonard
Sidersky. president. B i s c a y n e
I hapter.
Also Mr>. Anna White, program
chairman, Louise Wise Chapter;
Mrs. Louis Cohen, membership
chairman. Louise Wise Chapter;
Mrs. Sy Reese, membership chair-
man. Blscayne Chapter; and Mrs.
Victor Reiss. membership chair-
roan, Miami Chapter.
Hostesses tor the affair are Mrs.
| Lillian Townsend and Mrs. Sadye
Kaymer, co-chairmen of hospital-
ity Louise Wise Chapter.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom. and
president of the South Florida
Council AJC. will greet the guests.
A special musical program ar-
ranged by Mrs. Anne White will
be a feature of the afternoon.
Deborah Unit
Member Lunch
Deborah Group. Miami Beach
Hadassah, announces a member-
ship brunch held at the home of
Mrs. Harvej Salomon, 5120 Alton
Rd., on Monday.
Mesdames Herbert Gutman
Clarence Friedman and Ruth Pike
were in charge
THE FIRST TOTALLY NEW HOSIERY IN 24 YEARS
EXCLUSIVELY BURDINE'S
polifivl stovliinys made oi veetra
Mr- William I. Harris (second from left), wife of the honoree-
ele ;; the Temple Ner Tamid Israel-Chanuka Festival Din-
nei : ~;ves congratulations oi Mrs. Fannie Shlar. Mrs. Sadie
Tros. and Mrs. Henrietta Fine. The occasion was a recep-
lion the Host Commi'.tee given by Rabbi end Mrs. Eugene
n their home last Saturday night. The Temple Ner
:nner will take place Sunday evening, Nov. 29. at
the :: :ainebleau Hotel. Dinner chairman is Murray A. Shaw.
Terr.: : president.
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by ISABEL GRCVE
and Mrs Bernard Shot-
' h! their two young son>,
v ry and Ross, down from
[or a surprise visit to
ternal grandparents, Mr
- Nathan Keusch "I
Made an unbeatable
;:tt to go with the dm
. to Chandler's celebrat-
ing rtdtather*S anniversary .
\ r surprise birthday event
in tendered Elsie I Mrs
al on Friday the 13th at
Hi' e of Barbara (Mrs. Her
mat Kellman, with Mrs. Ruth
Freed! an and Marilyn (Mrs
Mil! Rapport, co-hostesses
. -e to snare the unsuspect-
11 thday girl was the need
"i take a hand in a dupli-
cate ridge game Theme of
the .-. and white affair was
Fan Club.'' with lan-
sha| place cards holding
' identifying the guests.
:
! nual trek of the "Friday
taking them to Puerto
l;" lis time around ... Off for
;i week of shopping, sightseeing
id n doubt a visit to the Casino
"i Harriet (Mrs. otto) Fenias.
Bessh iMrs. Albert) Chisling.
Ruth Mrs. Herb) Gutman. and
1 ->'l Mrs. Raymond) Feiner .
Hi i.\mooning in Gotham Town
in time to attend the glamorous
Ziegfeld Ball this weekend are
Wwlj married Miamians Mr.
"n,: Mrs. Paul Rosen Tall
and blond, the former Mrs. Loret-
ta Walsh is a member ol that
select and glorified group, now
an international club The
I ridegroom. in real estate here
for ih past 20 years, and his
bride will live on No. Bay Rd.
on their return
Instead ot the conventional
bon voyage party. Elaine and Sy
Cohen waited for their return
from Jamaica for a happy time
dinner party last weekend .
Guests were served Jamaican
rum and fried coconut with the
topper, a flaming rum cake
which also served as a surprise
birthday cake for guest Marvin
Guberman attending with wife,
Khona Others munching and
nibbling, Irene and Bill Baros.
Caryl and Hank Lubow. Arlene
and Larry Birger. Wilma and Ed
Klein. Sydeil and Dave Berman.
Dolly and Ernie Harris.
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Former Miamians, retired CPA
George and Martha Schwartz
living permanently at the Amer-
icana Apartments on the Pacific
Ocean in Santa Monica. Cal.
Now settled, they're busy visit-
ing the main relatives they have
in the LA. area They'll be
back here in March for the Bar
Mitzvah of oldest grandchild
Gary Robert, son of Felice and
Gerald Schwartz .
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1964
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[uniting their forces for a Mothers' Crusade Against Asthma
are the No. Dade and Peshkin Chapters of Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospi'al at Denver. On Nov. 19 through
21 a door-to-door and street march is being held in North
Miami Beach in behalf of the world-renowned hospital and
research center, a charitable, non-profit institution which cares
ior many needy, afflicted children from the Miami area. Left
o riqht are Peshkin Chapter, Mrs. Sam Moiris, president, and
chairman, Mrs. Robert Herbert; and North Dade Chapter, Mrs.
Robert FU-hman. chairman, and Mrs. Paul Hershman, pres-
.dent.__________
Wise Chapter Luncheon Meet
Louise Wise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress held
it- regular luncheon meeting at
the Monte Carlo Hotel last Wed
nesdaj noon.
Mrs, Joseph Albuquerque, pres-
ident oi 11 e i hapter conducted
the meeting followed bj a pro
gram under the chairmanship of
.Mrs. Joseph White, program vice
president, in honor of Jewish
Book .Month.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid, reviewed "Her-
XOg," by Saul Bellow,
A special candelighting cere
mony, under the direction of Mrs,
Moiris Raymer, in honor of Cha-
nuka and of special occasions in
the lives of members followed
t he book re l ieu.
Hostesses for the event were
Mrs. William Townsend and Mrs.
Morris Raymer irt addition, the
Reception Committee was com
prised of the officers of the chap-
ter, Mrs. Albuquerque, president
Mrs. Mary S. Cohen, execute
vice president; Mrs. Louis Cohei
Mrs. Ann Colton. Mrs. Sam He
der. Mrs. Pearl 1'omerant/ an
Mrs. Joseph White, vice pres
dents; Mrs. Irene Kaplan, co
(ponding secretary; Mrs Isi
ii" Slav it. recording secretary;
MM, Kttth Baum, treasurer: am
Urs. Rose Roth, financial secre-
tary. __


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Miss Beth Flescher are in charge!
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The organization brings enter-
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Pioneer Women to Honor Two Notables;Mmachi Women'$ Fonc""on
Other Functions Slated for November
There
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tion program was
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I Bra ch ol Greater Mi-
ll Th >. B p.m., ;i( tin
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nation Bel El, and former
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Mrs, Joseph Krantz, president
i I Pioneer Women Club I, an-
nounces a dinner to be given for
Mrs, Jennj Scitlin and Mrs. Min-
ie Bawer,
Mrs. Seitiin organized Pioneer
ii in Greater Miami 25 years
and set ved ;>- the first pre-
iilenl for a number of years She
'till ;m active worker in all
Zionist groups
Mrs. Bawer has been affiliated
v ith Pioneer Women since its in-
ception.
Club I and the Greater Miami
i ouncil ol Pioneer Women will
salute Mrs. Seitiin and Mrs. Baw-
er on Sunday, ti p.m.. at the Royal
Hung irian Restaurant. Mrs. Mil-
ton Green is chairman of the
(Venn-. Cantor Joseph Maleck
v ill present a musical program
Guest speaker Louis Lasavin, a
recent visitor to Israel, will dis-
cuss Pioneet Women's work in all
branches ol social service in Is-
rael
Proceeds of the affair go to
(hild Rescue Fund administered
i>> members of the Moetzet Hapoa-
loi in Israel,
<; ilda Meir ciuh of Pioneer
'. men will hold a meeting on
Wednesday, l p.m., in the Com
,i.unity Room of Washington Fed-
eral, 12:11 Washington Ave. Mrs.
Miriam Halperin will conduct a
briel business meeting,
Mrs. William Beck with, cultural
chairman ol the day. will speak on
N'ational Jewish Hook Month.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will review "Friday the
Rabbi Sleep- Late." by Harry Kim
inelman. Mrs. Celia Beckerman
will entertain with a musical pro-
gram.
On Saturday, Dec. 5, Golds Meir
Club is celebrating the club's an-
nual Chanuka Child Rescue Fund
Dinner. The event is scheduli d to
I k< place .,1 the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Mui a m Haiperin an
nounced that Mrs. Oscar Zelter,
vice president, and Mrs. William
Bechwith are co-chairmen of the
evenin. Cantor Hirsh Adler, 0!
Temple Emanu-El, will conduct
the traditional candlelighting
ceremony. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin,,
immediate past president of Golda '
Meir club, will give the invoca-
tion.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader Of Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, and former president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater;
Miami, will be guest speaker of|
the evening,
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Coral Gables Group regular
monthly meeting was to take
place on Thursday, 12:30 p.m., at
Park Lane Cafeteria on Coral
Way. Mrs. Louis Sachs, president
of Coral Gables Club, also an-
nounces a package party on Sun-
day. Nov. 2!:. 8 p.m.. at the Min
yonaires Synagogue.
were entertainment,
dancing and prizes at the night
club party held by Batya
and Kinneret Chapters of Mizra'chl
Women on Saturday evening at
the Carillon Hotel. Ticket chair-
man were Mrs. Helen Miller, ol
Kinni ret, and Mrs. Minnie Kurtz.
of Batya.
Joint Member
Affair Slated
A combined paid-up B'nai B'rith
Women's membership affair is
I being planned by the Miami
' Beach Council, Broward and
.North Dade Council, and Miami
Council, which consists of 21 chap-
ters, on Monday, Nov. 23. at 8
p.m., at the Deauvillc Hotel.
Mrs. Elsie Belsky, founder
president of the Miami Beach
Council and chairman of the event,
will introduce special guests from
District 5, Mrs. Edward Gelfer.
president; Mrs. Ruth Gold, execu-
tive director; and Mrs. Henry
: Ornstein. membership chairman.
Chapter of each council enroll-
ing the most new members will
receive an engraved cup.
Family Dinner
At No. Dade V
A Family Dinner" will be the
theme for the annual Thanksgiv-
ing party hosted by the North
County YMHA Senior Citizen
Friendship Club, The event will
take pla. e on Nov. 24, 6:30 p.m..
at the "Y," 14036 NK 6th Ave
A full course dinner, with enter*
tainment and dancing will follow.
Sally and Bob Hunold will be fea-
tured entertainers at the Thanks-
giving celebration.
In charge Of reservation- are
Mrs. Stella Klein or the North
County YMHA.
Rabbi Schiff
Reviews 'Deputy1
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth
El Congregation, reviewed the con-
troversial play, "The Deputy." on
Tuesday in the Congregation Hall.
Rabbi Schiff also commented on
his trip to South America where
some of his experiences related
to the discussion of the book.
Guests were entertained by
Sasha Lconoff with a program of
music and songs.
Refreshments were served by
the Sisterhood
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7 :su p.m.. in the Social Hall. Pro-
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School. The function is sponsored
by Mrs. Liber Ringer. Mrs. Elsie
Belsky is Sisterhood president.
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...^/rbout jpeoo/c and f^L
DROP IN NIGHT
\.;ti iMis. Max) licsnick dreamed up a good
,i|l.., The first ;"'<' third Fridays in the month
are Drop-In" evenings at the Resnicks. Among
,p.ins on the iirsi evening were Mr. and
\i Nathan Brenner, Mrs. Habelin Summers and
M Ben Lond. Ann is ,i busy one these days,
.I,. taking e business course at Linage} wop-
k,,. Then she went to one of 'Bob' Barnett
Breeskin's amateur evenings. Her (lute had
in it, and the ease fell to pieces, but Ann
!l! ;, stimulating evening
OLD PTA PRESIDENTS NEVER FADE AWAY
They sal around a square table in the gaily
iv,i and white-decorated cafeteria at Miami
Beach Senior Hijjh School. There were Mrs
Alexander Ko^an. Mrs. Hen Samuels. Mrs. John
Owen, Mrs. Herbert S. Young, Mrs. Leon J. Ell.
Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan, Mrs. Harry (i. Rogers,
Mi- Allan Abess. Mrs. Donald Smith and Mrs.
Philip l.efkowitz. The faculty luncheon has be-
come a yearly event with homemade goodies
made by the PTA board. Greeting the PTA'ers
and teachers were Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg, Mrs.
Irving Goodman and Mrs Sherman Kaplan. Mrs.
Paul Pollack directed the skit.
BLACK STOCKINGS
sign and a black stocking on Rhoda
i house door said "Welcome to the
; Black stockings and record covers
: the screened in porch, where there
ncing to a juke box. it was a Discotheque
Partj for a hundred of the Levitts' friends, The
: the species came dressed In black with
xturcd black hose. The gals received long
laces
cigarette holders as they walked in. The juke
box u a blasting as dancing instructors gave
lessons in the Frug and the new Jamaican
dances. Cocktails and hoi hors d'oeuvres Kept
up the strength of 'he gay party. Amonu guests
were Dr. and Mrs. Macej Keyes, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris I Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stone.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Stem. Mr. and Mrs. Burl
Levey, Dr. and Mrs, Stanley Sneider, Mr and
Mrs. No-man Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miz-
rach, Mr. and Mrs Stanley Roth, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Tragash, Mr. and Mrs. James Orovitz,
Dr and Mrs Sam Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
ihur Pepper. 1):-. and Mr-. Richard Haimes. Mr.
and Mrs. Barrj Barson, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rudolph end Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller.
DID YOU KNOW?
Befl and Maxwell llymaii uot home to Miami
Beach before their card, "having a fine time,
wish you were here" arrived from Hot Springs.
Ark. .
Ruth and Charlie .lacobson have made their
reservations for the 1968 Olympics in Mexico.
They don't want to be shut out .
Card Irom Gladys and Jack Fineberg from
Argentina that they're having a wonderful time
on their second honeymoon. They are celebra-
ting their 25th wedding anniversary .
When a phone caller asked for Dollie (Mrs,
Stanley) Jonas, the maid answered. "She's out
with the Scout kids" .
Juliet and Hy Lieber. former Miamians liv-
ing in Phoenix Ariz write from Corsica that
they are there, not because they have run out of
places tu go to. but that the weather there is
divinely warm. Frances Lehman
Flagler Carnival-Bazaar
A carnival-bazaar featurn i
"Do. Voodoo" and his Calyps
Band, a wide variety of refre-
nients. game booths, rides, me
chandise bargains, will be held at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cent*
on Sunday, beginning at 12 nooi
Sponsored annually by the Siste
hood, proceeds go toward tl
synagogue's projects
Blintzes?
B8 Council Slates Sec'y. General Saul Joftes
Eli Hurwitz, president, B'nai
B'rith Council Of South Florida
. week extended to all
B'rith in South Florida and
their quests an invitation to hear
Joites, secretary-general.
B'nai B'rith International Council.
I esdaj night, Dec. 1, 8 p m.
Joftes "ill give a report on B'nai
B'rith activities in the 43 conn
Chanuka is Topic
At Beth Am
There \w!I be a Chanuka work-
shop under the direction of Miss
Bertha Raskin, arts and crafts di- tions. where B'nai B'rith has con-
tries m which it operates outside,
nl the United States.
Joftes, International represen-
tative of B'nai B'rith. attended the
Nuremberg Trials as an observer
lor B'nai B'rith and for four
years was director of the B'nai
B'rith European office in Paris.
Later, he was transferred to San-
tiago. Chile. After bringing B'nai
B'rith into most of the South Amer-
ican countries, he was appointed
director-general of the B'nai B'rith
office of International Affairs in
Washington, D.C.
He is also director of B'nai
B'rith activities at the United Na-
Mrs. Rose Schorr, national
president of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A., will make an
official visit here 'his week-
end. An Oneq Shabbat in her
honor will be held at Temple
Beth Sholem of Hollywood on
Friday evening, as well as a
luncheon at the Algiers Ho-
tel on Saturday noon.
Temple Zion
To Hear Judge
Temple /urn's Mr. and Mrs. Club
will have its monthly meeting
Sunday. 8 p.m.
Guesl speaker will be Senior
Court Judge Gene William-. Topic
cil is active in Europe, Israel, wiU ,. -crime and Punishment."
South America. England and Ire- \ question ,.nd answer session will
land and the area of Australia and follow,
New Zealand. Admission is free
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
should bea favorite in Jc
homes since 1887.
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Kosher and Parve By Rabbi Jacoo Cohen
^UDc in Bmerica enjou so much
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rector Of the Religious School of
Temple Beth Am, on Friday mom-
mi: from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the
Arts and Craft Room of the Tem-
li
Supplies will be available to all
pants, and the Judaica Shop
ill be open for purchases for
i ika.
\ir- Murray Lipinsk) Is chair-
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-ultative status as a non-govern-
mental organization with the [Wilt-
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Council through the Coordinating
Board of Jewish Organizations.
Upon creation of the B'nai
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the triennial convention in Israel,
joites was appointed as secretarj
li neral to the International Coun-
cil, his present post.
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1964
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the blouse and belted jacket.
Outstanding i,i an oriental motif
cold jumper with "iron" Fasten-
ings over .1 flowing gold crepe
blouse w.i- Mrs, Robert Adler.
Mi stuu.M Mas m's pink ra a
-.ik mati nitj outfit had tlie col-
or accent in bright pink silk
' n al pri li shoes, A beautiful
new garnet bracelet from her
and i aused Mrs. Richard
Helfm: n lo I uj a complete en-
le in match. Her black Ital-
ian knil -- had a chiffon scarf
at the neckline in ombre shades
i>f pink to garnet, and her big
brimm id bowler hat was also in
i arnet.
UBURBAN League held a
luncheon and tashion .show
ld Wednesday atternoon at
L Ba) Yacht and Country
huh In its second year as an
KnizSion. the hundnkUodd
e'mber> w -irk to support the n-
Lent cue of a cancer child
hctim at Variety Children's Ho*
L,a| Tin League has received
Eoorable MtwUon from the
Ham. Herald in its "Club of the
[year" contest.
Club members modeled the lat-
L arrivals from the Minna Lee
(oilection. and furs from Adrian
toil Commentator for the show
. Mrs Morris Levitt, who
Iwore .. chartreuse skimmer with
matching coat in oatmeal-eol-
The lining of the
fur com-
and white pinto pony
pleted her ensemble.
Mrs. Alan Sobel's bright orange
mohair sleeveless two pieeer
featured the popular cowled
neckline. A black wool jersey
sheath with a large white linen
Quaker collar was Mrs. Arthur
Rudolph's choice for the after-
noon. Mrs. Harold Barr accent-
ed her pale pink three-piece en-
semble with raspberry trim in
Miss Alpert Eyes
January Rites
A January, 1965, wedding is be-
ing planned by Miss Judith Mar
lene Alpert, 7155 Rue Notre Dame,
and Berate Millard Fraden, of
ulRS. Richard Stone chose a
" black knit suit over a -Tom
Jones" while silk blouse with
ruffled jabot and cuffs. A stun-
ning -heath and matching full-
length coal was worn by Mrs.
Richard Litt. The bodice, lining
of the coat as well as the collar,
were in avacado silk crepe. Skirt
and coat were in avocado and
white silk herringbone. Mrs.
Marvin Tragash wore an electric
blue wool sheath with empire
cummerbund and balloon push-
up sleeves. A three-piece Italian
knit with black silk braid trim
was the choice of Mrs. Stanley
Roth. Mis. Norman Share's
long-sleeved shut dress in rust-
i lored velveteen matched the
color of her hair. Pink and ap-
ple green shoos to match her
pink tweed sheath were worn by
Mrs. Joe Esformes.
Bright blue and Kelly green
hounds tooth check in a suit
with a white crepe -Chelsea"
blouse was the selection of Mrs
Barry Barson for the luncheon.
Her hat was a blue velvet breton.
Mrs. Macev Keyes added a touch
of color to her black and white
glen plaid suit with a cranber-
ry-colored stripe. Her skirt was
pleated. Mrs. Larry Albert chose
a royal blue silk ribbon knit suit.
Mrs. Phillip Gassman's white
Italian knit was trimmed at the
neck with navy and American
beauty red. Butterscotch and
white combined in the three piece
silk knit worn by Mrs. David
Sommer. Mrs. Charles Himmel
left I he party early to catch a
plane to New York wearing
toast and white nubby plaid wool
suit.
bred raw silk.
cuai. the collar and cuffs were I Orlando.
:n the same fabric as her dress. > Bo(rothal of the couple is an-
A pillbox bat of green and beige n0Unced by the bride-elect's par-
hartridge leathers completed her t.llls >ir. and Mrs. Harry I. Sur-
lenscmblc. loff, of Miami Beach. The future
Mrs Sheldon Aberman was in bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
a two-piece Italian knit of white Mrs. Harry Fraden. Jacksonville.
and -old with embroidered ap- \ graduate of Miami Beach
pUques on sleeves and bodice. A High, Miss Alpert attended the
hree-piecc roval blue knit en-University of Miami, where she
was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma.
Her fiance attended schools in
Jacksonville and the University of
Florida, where he was a mem-
- her of Pi Lambda Phi. He serv-
complemented the two-piece oat- ed i" the U.S. Army for two years
meal colon.1 suit worn by Mrs. ;,nd is presently in business in
Daniel Franco. The focal point, urlando. where the couple will live
Mr Allen Supler'a long-sleev- following the nuptials. __
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ORT Sabbath This Weekend
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(ional rehabilitation activities ol schitl willJeD the <>"TjJ".,.
Women's American ORT will be Con9r.9at.on Bn.,R a ph-e'
Mid Friday In over 350 temples, North Miami Chapter lies.cieni
synagogues throughout the I Mrs. Irving Greene, speaker.
semble tiie choice of Mrs.
I Marshall Pepper. Her three-
quarter-length coat was double
Ibreasted Mrs. Larry Mizrach
mas in a kelly green three-piece
knit \ wi'le gold breton hat
large monogram on one side of
the bodice, Burnt orange was
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-nit worn by Mrs. Dan Allman.
\ matching colored shell print
blouse completed the ensemble.
Mrs. Melniker
In New Term
Mrs. Edward Melniker. of Miami
Beach, has been elected to a sec-
ond term as president of the Flor-
ida State Association of Hospital
Auxiliaries.
Induction ceremonies took place
at ClearwaUi. with top health and
welfare personalities in attend-
ance.
Mrs. Mclr.iker is advisor to the
teen-age Candy Stripes volunteer
program of Variety Children's
Hospital. She is a past president
of the Variety Women's Commit-
tee, a member of the Board of
Directors, and winner of the Vari-
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distinguished community service."
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Temple Sinai of North Dade:
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Temple Emanu-EI: Biscayne and
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president. Mrs. Louis Baron,
speaker.
Temple Ner Tamid: Bay Chap-
a bright pink print silk | nolds Park Chapter President Mrs. ,er Mr, Aibert Leven,
suit with matching pink feather- Sidney Kronish will speak. chairman, speaker.
cd hat Mrs. Edwin Glnsburg Temple Beth Shirah: Catal.na
chose a chocolate brown frock Coral Gables. South Miami ami
lopped with a brown and beige Southwest Miami Chapters, speak-
plaid school-boy jacket. Her sis-ior, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, nation-
ter, Mrs. Richard Brickman. 1 al vice president.
as in a three-piece cadet blue Temple Beth Sholom: Business
pehhle tweed suit with blue; and Professional. Gulfstream. Is-
bucket hat. Mrs. Arnold Strauss; hmders and Treasure Isle Chap-
called the neckline on her tUT- ten. Mrs. Florence Kupperman.
quoise knit suit "cup and saucer." region vice president, speaker.
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time the program will feature
Dr. Irving Lehrmen. of Temple
fcmanu-Er. Miami Beach as
goes' speaker, Florida Gov-
Elect HtfOon Burns, and Nico
Feldman, a past lead.ng tenor
cf the Israel Opera.
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toutaatCtr. Ben R
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member of the National Ext
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Dr Lehrman who erai recently
ratior.al vice president
of th<- ZionM Organization of
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dium of the L'nior of Orthodox
Rabbi* of the L'nited States and
Canada; Rabbi Mordeca1 Kirsh-
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Daniel Veil Heller V.arr.. tt-
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Creation of the special commit-
tee of key veteran leaders, rep-
resenting various major veteran
organ latiens, was recommend-
ed by the county manager.
Purpose of the committee is to
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y manager and the Dade
Veterans' Service Office
: to veterans' affair- The
Dad" county Veterans' Sendee
ee, at 1355 XW nth St is un-
the directorship of Marshal!
V. Penton.
In the eight year; since the Dade
County office was created. Pen-
ton and his -taff have conducted
-4.775 personal interviews and
helped veteran*, recover a total
52.522.667 79 up to Sept. 30. 1964
Lnder present government plan-
the new Veterans Administration
Hospital under construction in
Miami has been increased from 800
to 1.088 bed< and the administra-
tor of veterans affairs. Gene John
S. Gleason Jr., has announced that
in view of the expanding veteran
I m Dade County, the present
bed hospital in Coral
Gables will remain open even af-
ter completion of the new VA
Hospital.
There are now 750.000 veterans
"f all America's wars living in
Florida, making it the eighth
reteran population in the
' nited State-, and 816,000 are pre-
d.ct'-d rjj ii:o.
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ndred lay and rabbinic delegates conclude a four-day
B0r.:e:ence of the Southeast Council of the Union of American
Jeb: Congregations and the Federation of Temple Sister-
iooci; District 13, in Knoxville, Tenn. Lef'. to riaht are Rabbi
.eo: Kronish, Louis Snetman, spiritual leader end president of
temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach; Rabbi Jay Kaufman, na-
I e president, UAHC; end Robert Newman, president,
: xtion of Reform Temples and chairman oi the
c H_solutions Committee.
Society HeSd on View
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thi- has upon
- members and
0l Ihr main
blems confronting
ling the biennial
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conventii n i i the -i t'oun-
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brew Con for
dajs in-' i 'kend ;' the Yn-
drew Johnson Hotel in Knoxville,
Tenn.
Representatives <>i Reform tem-
ples, laymen and rabbis joined
v ith the Southeast Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods at joint and
separate sessions.
The UAHC Southeast Council
c ni-isis of 55 Reform temples in
Alabama, Florida, South Carolina.
Georgia and Tennessee. Regional
director is Rabbi Sanford Seltzer,
whose office is located at 816
Congress Bldg., n NE 2nd Ave.,
Miami.
"The immoral and unethical
behavior practiced daily in our
society has affected everyone of
us," said Council President
V.eivin Goldberger, of Knoxville.
"Daily, we read about scandals
in business, government or in a
particular community."
,\ high! -V ot the convention
weekend was the Saturday even-
ing i anque! Principal address
was delivered by Rabbi .lay Kauf-
man, vice president ot the I'nion
oi American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
The convention opened on Friday-
evening with a religious service
at Temple Beth El conducted by
Rabbi Harold L. Rubens. Rabbi
David Zielonka. Schaarci Zedeck
Temple. Tampa. Fla.. was guest
speaker. Invocation was given
I by Rabbi Joseph Freedman. Tem-
ple B'nai Israel, Albany. Ga.. and
jthe benediction by Rabbi Daniel
M. Lowy. Temple Sinai, Miami.
On Sunday afternoon, two work-
shops discussed the modern at-
titudes toward prayer and the role
of the rabbi in contemporary Jew-
ish life.
Federation Cited
At Assembly
En St, Louis
Tlie Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
n .- a arded honorable
n i r it- campaign mat-
erials ai ihe recently-concluded
ral \ssemblj of the Council
i | ederations and Welfare
Funds in SI Louis
fei Iney Left ourt, president ol
the Miami Federation and head
ol Ii imi's .in- pei son delegati in,
. pted the aw ard.
Left ,i;i : a- reflected to the
n, i onal b isrd of CJFWF.
In making the presentation.
Louis Stern, president ol the
Council ot Jewish Federations
and Welfare Fund*, commented
that "this is a notable achieve-
ment in light ot the miense com-
petition which exists among the
communities for these honors."
The General Assembly, which is
the nation.il conference of all Fed-
i rations and Welfare funds in
the United States and Canada,
concluded its tour la) series ol
meetings in St. Louis on Sunday.
The i......I delegates, representing
me 21 'i communities, participat-
ed ni a =eries of workshop 67s-
i ussions and meetings
i ter Miami delegates, in ad-
dition to I efcourt, included Ar-
thui s. Rosichan, executive direc-
tor ol Federation; Robert Forman,
assistant executive director; Mr.
and Mrs Stanley t> Myers, past
president; Mr. and Mrs. Norton
Sidney Lefcourt (left), presiden' of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, is shown receiving Miami's Award Certificate iron-
Louis Stern, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
pall()1 ,' year's Presidents" On I ram were Stanley i
\u... I hall Harris, Uyer*. dred the S
.,. Exi cutive Commit
., and Mi Sidnej Lefcourt ris and Rosichan. _


Celebrity Series
Beginning at "Y"
Rumble and Roll," a presenta-
tion by the University of Miami
Percussion Quintet, will open this
xcar's program of the Sundas
Celebrity Series offered by the
i'M and JWHA of Greater Miami
to children over six and their par
r.ts on Sunday. Nov. 22, at 2:80
p.m.
More than 75 percussion instru-
ments will be demonstrated in a
oi percussion music
hich t r i c e historically the
..Hi (: percussion music. Soon
ed by S iami "Y," the pro-
gram will take place in the audi-
i rium al ;;"' SW 16th Ave.
The series will offer five events
appealing to varied interests and
.. ared to the child's level. The
remaining events in this series are
Dec. 13. the Miami Ballet, choreo-
graphed by Tommy Armour and
Robert Pike; Jan. 24, Festival of
Fun from Shakespeare, directed
by Jeanne Wolf; Feb. 14. Israeli
Troubadors, presenting songs and
dances of Israel; and Mar. 14,
"Rumpelstilskin," presented by
the Merry-Go-Round children's
theater.
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Bass Museum Exhibition
Bass Museum of Art. zioo Col-1
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local exhibition in cooperation
with the Miami Beach Art Club.
In keeping with American Art
Week, the exhibition will remain
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Friday, Novenibe; 2Q
1961
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Lenore Meyer's Formula: Contact With God

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to the
ere tl created I ''
I pol
-.. slighter
nic father
I in determined to have 01
i and an at mo phere ol calm
beaut) in which m) famil) can
>, aid Lenore Meyei hei
piq | uttle liguro perched pre
, .,1 jo, i. of, tl i edi ol Ihc chair
be pol <
And whal Lenore wanl Le
ire el aboul with every ounce
..! her boundlf lalenl enci
mil il lo :
Accomplish Anything
I have i blind idea he laid,
Hi.ii i wiii ai' ompli ii anything
I ha' o an un elfi d rca on foi
ill hi., to i omc out ii ii1
I .,i ii i have grcal enough de
Pioneers Hold
Functions Here;
Include Luncheon
Mi Ida Liftman, president <
. >i \\i men Club n hon
i mbera with a luncheon
l hui daj. *<". 12, al do m In
H ,,, h Hotel Mr- Sail)
delivei ed the ln\ ocal ion
i ii., i man Mi Abraham Shed
in < barge "I the cultural
Mi Gertrude Horn
ffered a musical program.
I hauler, Mi i Alfred
11 i president, li < I
n i eting on Thursday,
. ii in the Community Room of
Federal on E 129th St.
Home b) Rachel Yana
1 i Ben Zvi." w ai reviewed by
Ro e if nil' :
itHom MtriR
pff.onality plus
ire lo do lomethin e guid
ancc come through to work with
me and for me When people
n : irk thai I m talented, I re
plj thai I'm not It's a matter
i,i desii e i" expre omething
be mtiful II I have i> u r <
thought then 'i'xl flows through
n. (ingei and il ha to come
.,iii righl l accomplish things
i,ii ause i ve contacted God
Mrs. Meyer maintains thai she
doesn'l run ;> formal home, thai
he places no Importance on
how Although her home ii love-
i. the believes things are to be
used and lived with.
"II you're attached to posse!
she remarked, "the) tend
in possess you.'
Helping Others
i entially, Lenore Meyer i- a
teacher rejecting competition

her :
i
If I can u
then I will alw
bat th* M '
.... i teacher Is to make
thin) Then
,. .-. | c lism involve'! in whal
1 do. Even when I wrote a book.
I approached it as an exercise
in di cipline, sell expre--ion
Primarily, I wanted to help oth-
ei Thii i- my bappii
Lenore Meyer operated Scho
of (harm. Speech Modeling and
Dramatics for tv elve y bi on
Miami Beach, prior to her mar
riage She catered to people
four to sixt) Many bu-un'
men, faced with a speaking as-
nment or hampered by a for-
ent, enrolled for her
help. Mr-. Meyer hat quite defi-
nite view- on speech problems.
Unusual Quality
I believe speech is a person-
alized expression of the indivi-
ial." he said. I discard the
book when I work with a per-
--II ^ speech habit--. I don't de-
lete the charm or idiosyncrasies
from speech habits unless they
interfere with communication
or are j detriment to the per-
lonality My purpose is to elim-
inate ugly sounds from speech.
Some Southern traits are pleas-
ing, others tend to muffle. I
think a man- speech should have
a mote universal quality than a
woman's "
Lenore Meyer collaborated with
the ph tO| rapher, Harriet Shep-
ard, on a i>ok entitled "Posing
k then
'
order Nov. the
many
It
in J i| >nd Ens
count
Meyer fii id
i i ite art les on deco-
rating for the women's i
tinei an': pt blicit) stories and
notional ideas for clients.
i decoratemy hu-i
offices, our home a lens.
I paint
i sculpt.
i do f. wer arrangements
i entertain and I love
eeting people and going to pub-
he functioi -
Religious Heritage
Plainly, Lenore Meyer
butes her pursuit of intellectual
and artistic achievement to her
jewi-h herita
The J< ish rel | ion '
me that stud) is God's will." she
"1 fashion my home as a
place fi G d word
Mr. and Mrs M< n. to
Temple Emanu El and to Tern-
pie ii. th SI ilom Tin
lor their d ti to havi 11
gious instruction,
There is an aura of Ordered
perfect serenity about the Meyer
manse thai i- described not only
by the meandering pattern* of
lush flora anil the immobilized
stone fauna and the contrived ar-
cades that require one to Stop
a moment and the effective man-
ipulation of earth and gravel and
water. Heie is | alpable di
an arrangement for living by
Lenore Meyer
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Apr.
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and
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.dayi November 20, 1964
t'Jenitfi Fl'r>riidlan
Page 13-B
IHilchell Rose
Sheila Hoffman
lane Carlin
garJM,
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Jeffrey Thaw
,.v ,0n of Mr. and Mrs.
maid Thaw, will become Bar
|jlivah ,. Saturday. Nov. 21 at
nth Mo-he lonyregation. Rao-
Richard Marcoviti and Cantor
.mour Hinkes will officiate. A
... in Jeffrey's honor spon-
"ireil b) his parents will follow
opiel Sot ial Hall.
Jeffrey is ;| student at Beth
l0she Hebrew School and attends
forth Miami Junior High.
I reption in Jeffrey's honor
. hold Sunday afternoon at
Hotel.
Seth Rose
rA son Of Mr. and
: Rose, 810 83rd St..
,11 be B; r Mitzvah Saturday
x 21, at Temple Me
i,-,.'; Mayer Abramowitz
ml Cantor Edward Klein will of-
date.
(he graduating class
the Hebrew School and is an
, -indent at Nautilus
He plays trombone
(he school band, and is also a
ianist.
A buffet hincheon following ser-
in, will be held at the Surfside
Community Center in Seth's hon-
or.
Mitchell Rose
On Saturday morning, Nov. 21,
during services conducted by Rab-
Li Daniel Lowy at Temple Sinai,
Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Rose, will be
observed.
Mitchell, a student at Temple
Sinai's Religious School for the
past three year.-, is an eighth
grade student at Norland Junior
High. He i- a fine bowler and
has played little league baseball
lor the pasl four years.
In sixth and seventh grades,
Mitchell received a physical tit-
-- award, and recently was pre-
vented with a Norland letter "N"
[or participation in after school
athletic-.
*
Esther Eisenman
Esther Eisenman, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Leon Eisenman, will
be Has Mitzvah on Friday. Nov.
20. at Temple Tifereth Jacob. Hia-
leah. The celebrant is an honor
student in the eighth grade at
Miami Spring- Junior High, at-
tends drama classes, is an excel-
lent pianist and an active mem-
ber of Hi,. Girl SCOUtS of Ameri-
ca and United Synagogue Youth,
j he Bas Mitzvah will be h
the Oneg Shabbat following
I ridaj i v< niri sen ices and at a
re< eption in h t home at i
Vve later in the evening.
Lane Carlin
Mr Le irman ill officiate
..i the Bar Mitzvah ol Lane, son
of Mr and Mrs. Dennis 1). Carlin,
on Saturday morning, Nov. 21, at
T< niple Emanu-El.
Lane attends the eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior High School.
He is a newsboy for The Miami
News, and has won many awards
in athletics.
Lane's grandparents. Rabbi and
Mrs. Kphraim Steinberg, are com-
ing from New York for the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony. Rabbi Stein-
berg is an associate professor of
Yeshiva University, where he has
served for over 40 years.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall lollow-
ir.g the service and at a reception
Saturday evening in the Louis
I'hillipe Room of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
.'unior High. A student in Beth
David Religious Scl.....I -nice he
six yea old, he is in the gra I-
lie is interested In
athletics and hi- hob ties are
-tamp and coin collecting.
A dinner and reception "ill be
held in Snector Hall Saturday
evening.
Hire for the occasion will be
the celebrant's grandmother-.
Mrs. Anna Rubin and Mrs. Rose
Namoff.
Blair Retchin
Blair Neil Retchin will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Nov. 21. at Temple Beth Am with
Rabbi Herbert Bauingard officiat-
ing.
Michael Rubin
Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Can-
ter Wm. W Lipson will officiate
at services on Saturday morning.
Nov. 21. in Beth David Synagogue
where Michael Ross, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Rubin, 1075 SW
I 17th Ter., will become Bar Mitz-
' vah.
Michael attends Shenandoah
Blair is in the ninth grade at
Glades Junior High and is a mem-
ber of the Audio Visual Club. Hob-
bies include model cars, drums,
motors, and racing.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Retchin. 9315 SW 125th Ter., the
celebrant will be honored at a din-
ner reception in the Deauville
Hotel's Napolean Room. Saturday
evening, with Johnny Masters con-
ducting the orchestra for the af-
i fair.
Albert and Joseph Berkowitz
Albert and Joseph, twin sons
Ol Mr. and Mrs. William Berko-
witz. 1050 N'E 157th Ter.. will ob-
serve their Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Nov. 21, at Beth Torah
Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lip-
-chitz will officiate, assisted by-
Cantor Ben-Zion Kir.-chenbaum.
Rabbi Lipschitz will present th<-
aith Bibles on behalf of the
Hoi ie Kahaner Sisterhood.
Albert and Joseph will contin
ion in the pre-coniir-
n class of the Beth Torah
S< noul. which they \,.<
ided for the past three year-.
Rochclle Labaton
Rochelle. daughter of Mr. a
Mrs. Isaac Labaton, 17775 NE 19th
Ave., will be Bas Mitzvah on Fri-
day evening, Nov. 20. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
conduct the services and present
Shelly'' with a Bible on behalf
Ol the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood.
In the fifth grade Hebrew class
- l Beth Torah Religious School,
the celebrant serves as recording
secretary of the TNT Club.
She will be honored at a party
at Beth Torah on Sunday.
This past summer. Shelly" and
her brother Michael spent several
weeks in Israel as members of the
Bar Mitzvah Tour.
Sheila Hoffman
Friday evening services, Nov.
20, at Temple Zion will include the
Bas Mitzvah of Sheila Denise,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Hoffman. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
will officiate.
In the eighth grade at Riviera
Junior High, the celebrant has
won several awards in the field of
athletics. She plays flute in the
school concert band.
She is an active member of the
Temple's LSY.
each Lodge
thanuka Fete
Rabbi E igene Labovitz. spiri-
ider ol Temple Ner Tamid.
d Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Tcm-
.vill headline the
nual Chanuka program of the
Beat n Lodge of B'nai B'rith
lesdaj night at the DiLiuo
bid.
Temple Menorah Men
Men's Club of Temple Menorah
will -pon.-or its annual blood don-
ors breakfa-t on Sunday morning.
Breakfast will be served to donors.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will lead
off as a donor.
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nthly meeting of the
ach Lod ;i. according to Pres-
Schwartz, also will
installation of more
embers of the or-
It is scheduled for 8
efn -hincnts following
m.
'. Labovitz will speak on
id B'nai B'rith." Can-
n ("it a special
ram featuring the
lival ot Lights.
on lodge activities also
( (i by Joseph Good-
-ident elect, and Ed Lev-
i i :it and chairman of
m ill in League Coin-
Qood cJUi
is
I i Auriliary Meets
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i Monday evening
side Community Cen-
Technion Women
Send Funds
At a board meeting of Miami
Beach chapter. Women's Division
of Technion, held at the home of
President Mrs. Milton Sirkin, it
was reported that funds for three
more student scholarships have
been sent to Technion from the
chapter. Money i< raised solelj
trom membership dues.
Plans were announced for future
events ol the group. On Dec. 11,
there will be another open mem
bership meeting with the pro-
gram planned by Mrs. Nan Cohen,
i gram chairman. Mrs. Trudy
merschlag. life membership and
ustee chairman, reported
thai she is working on an affair
for Jan 8. honoring life members.
It Was reported thai Technion
, n h i- an enrollment oi about
lo.noo students in all the schools.
. |udii 4 1,700 in the Tech. ic .1
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November 20. 1964
+Jewisti fhrldfiar
Page 15-B
ovations Stacked High for Miami mG-Tm m,Dm
anities Building Dinner Wednesday Mrs. Cassel, 73
Passes Away
LEGAL NOTICE
I" of com mil tin! \trrrtie Mdnei P Anrin. Jacob M.
........aMnna Vrvey, Joseph \ li, Herman Hnsch,
reservations ,,,;, ,,. ,,.,.,, ,.. llKarili Rut .,,,.
Humanities Build- -,.n lie, uer. su mi mi iteiinut. Thwnion
.I hv th<> South '''"""' Irvl'W i' Hi- Charles Illnck,
(I i mi sown Kv|| M ,, w-,|nlll BornBteln,
\merican Friends 18h|uhi in-oaj. Jonas .1 iirotnmn,
1 i-r"1 niu
Itrs B*v'
Miami
fjpner | "''
inn.
Hebrew Inivprsity. it was
ncl b} Joseph Weintraub.
chairman
j are pleased al the lar-je
.,..- ,,.( i at ions for our din
|t the pontainebleau Hotel
Lf n. ev< ning," the din-
Icfcairmaii declared. -The com-
reepon*e to
1-
Chnn
lit.
I I truck, A. I.. Cassctt, i'Ii.,. lev
ottslcy. Joseph Cohen, Morris
1. I '. n.ia 11 11 'iiil.-r. I >;iiiii'l I lub-
.lo.-, p|| I lllllli
-li II. E|mt< in
1 -*"; n <-
ml Myrtle
Cntiti. .
V. Ep-
VD-
the dinner
(half ol Ihc Miami building in
lies Complex is a great
hiti 10 "1I; concern tor the
tin and development ot the He-
University and for higher
I ... : state of Israel"
ick S. Popick. Florida Division
called the large advance
I. ;: ite also to the
fci speakers Leon II. Keyser-
:..,: the Council of
I Ad\ lor President
lj J. Trui and Bernard
br:,k. exei e vice president
L Hebre iversity.
|r- Samuel Simonhoff, presi-
thi v n's Division ot
a:,r Mil large commit
1 mn iders are work-
closely with Weintraub and
the Nov. 2.1 dinner.
1 of 1 committee in-
I -

Illoj IIS,
\ I.. M.
Ui!ll:un
Ellis I.
hill,
.low
stein.
Hell) rein r. Joan I-irlil. Kigmund
Fogler, Ala-m l-">>\. Maysnie Fried-
1.. 11:. Samuel v I ledbtnd, Ben (III-
l.i. Louis lilasser, Fannie lloldberK,
Sam Ooldmnu, Esther 11.....Iman, Lil-
lian (Inodman, Alexan..... S. tlordon
Jack I' tlordon, Philip ilullleb. Co-
ra-* A. llraham, Khoahami K, Un en
ht*i'K. A lircenhousc. Jennie (Sms-
.-iiiu.t. All.-'! II (InmHinaii, Aliraham
A. Orunhut. Charles l' Mall, Trudy
ll:< 111, : -, lilac. I.-.in- Q. Harris, M> Harris, I.,,.i.> Hirsch, llcrnard Kutx.
Jack KaUman, David Klein, Mas
Kolk. r
In.-/. Krensk), llei t. KrenberK,
Flnbbl I .< -a Kronlah, Samuel l.aeli-
111:111. Rabbi lr\lli)l I .'-1.1 in.111. ,1.......
M l.i|.|,,|l, Milt,,11 Lul..,,. Sam Lulu
Jr 1.....iai il 1.in lii. A. n Mngnua,
Meyer IS. Murks, Joseph Muehluw.
Kate Melilenbel'K, Anna llreniler
Mi h I 1 i: Mill. 1. I..11 Miii.llin.
\i I M in. ,\. Slam, i '' M\. 1.-,
Nil than N'lmh, Kenneth oka, llan>
! I mi ,i| I'uni Mir am l'i eaa,
I >.n 1 1 l'i,i\ H-. .1.11 nil 1 "111 \ 1. JoHe|ih
llumliam, Malll.la Itatner, Maurlee
II l( .. n und 1.." lluuin-
.-, in
1.- nnaril IU<-ii, Morton IIohi nlluili.
1 li.la 1'. Kill-ill. I.ntll.1 I: Itllllllll .. I 'al
rle II Saplro. leralil S, hwai \/.. II. I -
ben .*-. Shapil Jacob Slier, Siuari
> 11>...... Harold II. Spael. Nathan
Spleicelman. Samuel i' Stani|ileman,
I -1 a > Stelnbc-rit, riiiin, V Thau. Har-
old Thin 111 ,11. Nathan Turner, Alira-
ham 1. I'vlaniler, Ijivlnhi VValdbatim,
. Kin. > W'.--, 1 i. ., Joseph M. W.-UI-
berx, I'arl Weinkle, Max V\. is, Abra-
ham VVolfunn .,n,l Mn rlci Zlmmer-
in.111,
Mrs. Florence "Flossie" Cassel,
01 1408 So. Bay Shore Dr., died
lure Nov. 13 at the age of 73.
A long time resident. Mrs, Cas-
sel came here 50
[years ago from
New York City.
She h surviv-
ed by her bus-
iiband, Lionel; two
ssons. Alvin and
I Dr. Chester Cas-
sel; one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ann
Freeman; and 10
grandchil-
flomnce Cassel dren, all of Mi-
ami.
Services were held Sunday. Nov.
15. at Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Douglas Rd.. with interment in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTU'K is 111 :i: 1 1:V CIVKN thai
the undei lnn. il, d< >i' li.......n
indi 1 ill,- flctltl a of
AWTI'KI 1 LI 1 iii -i i"-ih street,
U...... 1 : .,' li, I'la.. Iniendu : leglmer
-iii.l in,m.. with the Clerk ,,f the Cir-
cuit 1 mill i.l' I Mil.- I 'l.Unn I- lol 11I.1
1: i-111:1. i-,i:i:i:ni- 11:1.1
Hole iwn.-r
II 20-27, i: 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIOK IS HKHKBY UIVKN thai
Hi., underalttned, denlrlna tn i nraai
a. i.nsiii,-~ im.i.i ih.- ric-tltlouy name
I KDITMS HAH al '''" W, Hiii'l.-i
Street, Miami, intendy to reRiater
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUD1CIA1.
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 12271
KARKN I.BK mi:i:h IN.
Plaintiff,
RICHARD Jl ISKPH MKKII \N,
I ..-I, mlii 111.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
V< it 1:1 11 A 1:1 JOSHl'H MKK-
1IAN. 1 1 Uranl Stre. i. Stoi nan .
MaaaachuHetta, an notified tu ierva
i, copj ,,i youi answer i" lilvn
1 'omplalm i', il afahisi > ou PI*
tlffM attorney, (!B< iKSK NICHi 'LAS,
S N\ l-'ih An'.. Miami, l-'la an I
til.....'ialnal uith Clerk ol this Court
before
mid n:i..... "ith (h- Clerk of the Clr-
. uii Couri of imde cmnv Klorlda,
PAl'l, A. KONITZRR
Sole 1 11. r
ROBRRT I.RWIM >N
Attorney foi \ppllcanl
."7 I Inifler federal BWb
Il 20, 27, 12 1. II
mi 01
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DATi:n
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I'. CU'KI.ANIi. I'C
11 1::. 20, :",. 1:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12724
,;im s\v
irdon,
III! 4 V
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in.'.ii Kuclid
7, of laOO
rival I '. .1111>-
v..ik city.
Til. of l ith Shirah Sunday Evening Social
Present Thirty New Families
if :. in
. N V
Irving
Harold
Norton
shel c.
>dge Norniu.i Miller, chairman.
nttr-aip Committee of Temple
Sturah. will present 30 new
lilns ,,t ,1 Sunday evening soc-
ind membcr-lup dance in the
|ple Social Hall. 7500 SW 120th ( Arthur
Donald
B\ il Bendell, tiiairman, Advis-'
announce ground-
lans ; the new educa-
lii:- to in- built on the,
t1 i' of the live acres of j
>> Hie Temple Sis-
|ood
Drexler, architect, and
t iberm in Building Com-
F ill explain the
for 12 i srooms, caretak-
lil ary and nurserj
Ptrgarti 11 pi. area.
,il-u entertain
and Mr- Many Simonoft. not-
1 ithor, in honor
v il leui-'i Book Month.
f If. author oi six books
I and biography.
Il mi his latest of six
' "ii One."
milie* tn be introduc-
md Mrs. Robert S.
Baker. Dr. and Mrs. Alan Berry'.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bretan, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Chesler. Col. and
Mrs. Arthur E. Conn. Mr. and
.Mrs. .Marvin S. Cone. Mr. and Mrs.
Finkelstein, .Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Heller. Mr. and Mrs.
L. Heller, Mr. and Mrs.
Horowitz, Dr. and Mrs
Klotz. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit
I. Levine. Miss Reva B. Leibman.
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Miller. Mr.
and Mrs. Morgan Levy.
Mr. and Mr-. Jules PincUS, Mr.
and Mrs. Rubin I'ortnoy. Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Reamer, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Rei8, Mr. and Mrs. Klliott
Btose, Mr and Mrs. Robert Saun-
(Ur-. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schull,
Mr. and Mrs. Byion Sparber. Mr.
and Mr- Harold Spivock, Mr. and
Mrs Robert Sulzberg. Mr. and
Mrs John Stiber. Mr. and Mrs.
David Tepfer, Mr and Mrs. Jos-
eph Forim, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Mr anil Mrs. Milton
GOODMAN, s ......!. Tl. ,
1 Mil Av hi I No> 15.
LESTER. M- Anna, Tl.
Me uii.in A\. died Nov.
side,
LERNER. Irving. SI. of i:..... Ba> K.I
illed No\ i". Newman
ADLER. Mever, T ,. ,a
Ave lllverslde.
BIRNBACK. Mrs Rosi
1 ,.llin- Ave Rivi rsidi
COHEN. Kever. S2, .'
Ave. Serviced In Naw
Hlvi raldi
ELDER. Mi> Evelyn I',..
Shore I 'r. Newman,
LAZAROFF. Mis. Saili.-. 7:1.
1 ii .an 11|\ Si n lce> i" ll"ll
I: i v. ralde.
GETTIS. Ml-. Mae. 71. of 621 Col-
lin- Av... died Nov. II. Rlvrnlde.
weinstein. Harry, 7^. ..i ".:" 7flUi
Si. died Nov. ll Servtcea in New
Y.nk City. Rlvemlde.
BERGEN. Harry, 71. ol BIS Lenox
Av,-. Newman,
EISEN. Israil \\ .. 7-. ,'1 7'J:I lllb PI.
Rlvemlde.
JORDAN. Herman, v:. ..f :."....", n\v
2nd si. Riverside,
REINHERZ, Mrs. Ruth, Hi. of I"."".
All,,ii K.I. ,li..l Nov. 14. Iliv.rsi.l..
SCHWARTZ, Mrs. c.-lhi, 7r.. ..I Bronx,
N.Y., died Nov. H. Bervioea
York. Riverelde.
hillman, Mr- Eleanor, ::. of SS.iS
Collins Ave. Service* in UruokUne,
Ma-- Rlverxld,
SALANDER. Nalhnn, 7J. of :'.l" Col-
lins Ave Servi. in N. Vork City.
Hi v. ralde.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65058A
l\ 111':: Ksiai- .
.1. il IN' I' \ l'i IN
I >,-,,. sell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,, All i'i, ,li!,-i and All I', is,,n-
inu iiiiin- .,r Demands AKalnsI
Ki i.u. .
Vou ar. herehj notified and re-
,|iiir.-.l to present any claims and de-
mands which you m.iv haw against
the ..Mm, a JOHN PATON de-
. aaed lati nf I lade County, I lorida,
to ih>- i "ounl ludftes of li li "nunty,
anil I'll,- th> name in duiilleate ami us
it.a hi, ,i iii s.', lion 7 ;. i-'i,,i Ida
Ktatutea, in ih< r offices in the Coun-
ii Courthouae in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within -is calendar months from
ih,- tun, ,. ih, first publication here-
of, ..i the -1..... w in he liai red.
IHUed ill M .ii.,.. I'I,.i i.l.i. this 18th
daj of Novembel. Ah
S'ANFl mn S I- \r.\. i:
a- Executor
I'AINVi:. PINK & l-nKMAN
ISOS Comrreas i-l.-i-. Miami, Hlorida
\i :,,i n, > for i ii.- ICxwcubir
11 20-27, l^ l-l l
'l'i IK Wl I.I.I A.MM il'K. ,11
m s WlNtiS B \M-1 'la mini, vs.
JOHN WKATHKRSTi INK. par. nt
ami natural guardian, i 1 i
11, f.n i
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl John \\ .ii In i si......i-
lav- iiinl iiatiii.ti guardlnn ni 1 In.lii
Said Joan VV. iilhersione, 1 'al. Tn
LEGAL NOTICE
Eiblem
Identifies Your
elcome Wagon
Rosenberg,
Pikaisky
Rabbi Morris
tor Herman K
oi Temple Beth
>ont each new
Sp
onsors^
R3
A Sknp and Can-
Gottlieb, founders
Shirah. will pre-
member with a
"Guide to Jewish Ritual." explain
ing the meaning "' Jewish customs
and ceremonies. In keeping vwt'i
the November Thanksgiving spirit.
"Citation- of Thanks"' will be
awarded tn members who have do.
nated to the new Educational
Building and t" those who have
reserved honor rooms in tribute
to loved ones.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12765
i ii-s u: Plaintiff,
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I.CiiNi: NOIII.K.
11, i,mIan:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'In LIMNK Vt.lil.i:
i- i 'odei Ington sn
Ban ii i mi..' k>, 'nuada
you i K. i\ p. \i 'l'i.i L an lien l>>
notified thai a Hill "f Ci.|ll|.la.lil for
l nvon h'- I'.-.n filed againsl you,
ami you i'i'. required i" serve < co|>>
,.t v..m AnsUel "i I'l.ailint; to ih.- I,ill
,.i Ci.mi.liiini n the I'wiotlff* n..i -
.,. iii:ki:i:kt 11. \\ ii.i.nskv. ::i7
i:i-, ...ti,- Building, l'1 Wesl nagler
Street, Miami 12, I lorida and file i"-'
nal Vnsu ei i I'leading In the
off.....I the Clerk ,,i the circuit
rl ,,n ,.i liefore the Jtsl da> "I
i......nber, IfiM. If sou fall to do -,,.
. i. a. fault m '< ''
iiKuini ..... ''" ,:' ded
iM ti,,. Bill "i i 'ompliilnt
This notlci sliall lie pulilishi ,1 om i
... .....-
In Tin: JKWI8H l-'l.i iKII'IAN
IKINK VNU iiRHKREIi Ml
l''|..iiil.i. this IMh da) ,'i Novenil i
\ I i I'".!
K II, ii: \ llll'KM AN. I
i -a an Com i. I ade 'ountj I li i,!,i
(seal) llv: Mai Km v f"rd
I >cp.id Clerk
HICRBKRT I'.. \\ ll.i:.N>kN
'.17 Btaea) ne I luildlng
\i .,mi 12, l-'la I77-04S."
Ail..in.a I'm I'lalntlfl
11 :'n-'.'7, iJ i-ii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 12692
ROBRRT w HARRIXllTON, JR.
I'lainliff,
\'s.
ANNKTI'I-: II \kkin"<:ton.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti I: Annette Harrington
1'.7 Allen Mace
Hartford, 'i.nn.
Vou, ANNETTE II AllKlN'CToN.
New iiro hereby notified that n Hill ol
Complaint ("l~ liivul'ce ha- h^cll filed
agaiii-i you, ami you ate required !<
serve n copj of your Anawer or Plead-
ing i<> ih. Hill "l Cumputlnt on Hm
Plaintiff's attorney, Kl'llNKTT
II. I'I'll. Suite '.-:. 120 I.in.,.In Road,
Miami Beach, I'li.ri.la, ami file Hie
original Vnewei "i I'leading In the
office of ih,- Clerk ol the Circuit
Couri un or before Ihe Slat ila> of
I ..'.'.'llll,, : MUM. If i.HI fail 1" !.' -'.
Judgmenl bj default "ill lie taken
asainai vou for ihe relief demanded In
Ike Kill of 'in,.linn
Thla notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive \...-k-
ni Till: IKWISIl I'I ..KIIUAN
IKiNK am> i ii;i'i:i!i:i' at Miami,
l-"l,,i i.l.i, this 17th da) "i November,
A.H. 1." I
K ii i.i;ai!ii:k\ian. ciwk.
Circuit Court, i Mil." 'i-iini i. ii,'iiiia
....... By: K. M. I.VMA.N
i., pui 'lerk
BCRNKTT BOTH, KSg.
Suite '.-".. ISO I.in. "In K.I
Mi.i "ii Beiu I I..i Ida
Attarm > for i'l.II,.tni
11 IM-27. 12 l-ll
as \\Yail,, i .-;,n>' a ii. 1 Sanda Vl -
IK' VVi .Hi- 1 III. \l I
1211115 Cratliil \i, mi,
l'.,f,,ii. Michigan
Vou are hereb) notified tl
al,\. a|>t I. ined ii, I i"li ha- I', > II
silt ll led against you In the Clre
i '..ni i ,.f the Blev. nth l id It lal ('i -
evil of Horlda In and for iHule Coun-
t) in t.,i.-, los. a moi tange ipon
followinK ili-s. rl lied real prop-rt)
I...I 1 I HI.., I, :- CCTI.KK RIIMSK
SKCTH IN KIVK.......rdlllll '
I'lal thereof, led i I
Book i,u at I'iui ......: ih, i
Rceoi'dr .,i Ihidi County, l i
togethel uith Welbill i: In l>\ei
M Kan-, '""," Wtl uml \ : .
Klinda.
You ii re equired to file a rei
Hive I'l.a.lim; to plailllil'
n ii li the i "I, rk ,,r the iifoi esaid Cou
ami -,r\,- ii ..|i\ thereof itpi.ti plu
tiff's in torn*) MARTIN I'IN'i:. Bade
Federal Building, Miami, h'lorldii 33
not liii.-i than December '.'In. lt'84,
..r a Decree I'm Confeasn will I., en-
tered aaalnat you.
DATED: November 17. I'.m'.i
i: I'.. I.I'.AIIICKMAX
Clerk ,,l the Cirt'ull Court
By: U. M. I.YMAN
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Dade Federal ItalldlnB
Miami. I'Min i.ln 3S131
11 '.'ii-'.'7. VI l-ll
Firms of prestige In the business
nd ciic life of jour community.
f'RM5 INTERESTED IN
0NSOVSHIP, PIEASE CAU
HI 8-4994
Rabbi Lehrman
Off to Confab
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Kmanu-El. will be a member of
the group of 29 rabbis meeting
with Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, for a three-
day conference this weekend at
Grossinger's Hotel in New York
State.
Among urgent problems to be
discussed at the conference, ac-
cording to Dr. Finkelstein, are
the critical teacher shortage, Juda-
ism on the college campus relat-
ing both to the college student
and professor, the need tor more
explicit statement f the philos-
,,|,hv ni Consen itive Judaism, and
the increai in demands abroa I
tor leadership I i Conserva-
ive inov.-iiwiil-------------------
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64987C
IN l!K: Eatnto ,,i
CHARLES HK A IN SI'I. IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Haw
Eat ate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired tn prenenl any claims an.l de-
iiiaini.- which you may have against
the .state of CHARUH hilmn-
STEIN .1......iisr.i late ..f Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Counts Judsee of
i>a.ie County, and file tha wmie In
duplicate and as provided in Heotlon
73J.18, l'lini.la Ktatutea, In th.ii of-
Mcei in the Count) Courthouae In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time >( the
first publication hereof, or the name
will he barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tin- Istn
da] of Novi in. \ I' I SHU
pdorknci: HK \CNSTKIN
\ i\
Kind publlcaiion ol thin i
jmli da) "i Novemln
I.l-'. >NARD .1 K M.iMI
,. irlx
:.
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DlbSOl-UTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Tn \l.l. I'.' WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS KHALI, COME. tlRKKTlVi'*"'
Whereas, KIDNEY M ARONOV1TZ.
MIAMI. I I..IKICA. I Itl IS.KM '
St'HER, MIAMI FLORIDA: PATRI-
CIA I'AIOK, Ml iMI. FLORIDA Uld
..n the -mil da) of I >.....her. A.I,
i......, .... .. iii..,i|.,,iai,-,I under
Hi. "law- i.l the Slate ,,| Klondll CHJS
'SSOC1ATKS, INC., a corporation,
with Iti I'lac. nl li
ii MIAMI, DADE .IV TV. in the
Stale ol Florida, und whereas such
. ... |... a ion ai the i'ih da) of
Not .in I,, I. v I .i.i. i i.u-. tu be filed
in the offlci Ihe Secretar) m State
of the State ol Florida, the dooumen-
tarj authoi It. i euiiln .1 under Si cl
60K.27, l-l-.inI.- Stututea, snowing the
dissolution ,,i such oorporaUoa.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
si.,1,. doea hei' certlf) t.. the fore-
going and that he is satisfied thai the
requirements ,t tin- law have been
. ..liplied w i!h
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
heieunt.. -et in) liiiuil ami have
affixed the Urea I Seal .,i me state
of Florida, at Tallahassee. the
Capital, this the THIRTEENTH
iliiy of NOVEMBER, A.D. 19S4.
ts.i.ll TOM ADAMS
See.-, ti.iy of State 11/20/84
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12719
EDWARD HOWARD ULICKMAN
Plaintiff,
v-.
tSLORIA JOAN tll.lCKMAX.
Defenilani.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ULORLA JOAN ULICKMAN
, ,, II..I, II-1IIV
IS si.i ret Avenue
i '..\ iimt.'n. Kent uck)
Vou in h. 1) imtiti. .1 thai .. '
plain! for 1 lit oix-e lias lei i I
ai;.iin-i you, ami >ou are hereb)
quired i" rs i. op) .,i >, n An-
swer, to thi i 'omplaint on thi I 'lii
mi's nttorney, i.i:sti:k RoUERX,
whose addrees :":'l N.W I HI: Stl
Miami. Florida, and file the nrittinal
,,i > our An- \. e, v. ni. the "Hi, e ol tl
Clerk ..i the Eleventh Judicial Cl
In an.I for I M.I. County, Florida, ,n.
<>i I,ei. re tin -1 da) i I hi
i:.i;i. in default of it hi, h th Coi
plain! ill lie taken as ,.n:> ll
i ou,
10. II I.KATIH.KM \N
Clerk of the Circuit l'i
II) K M I.VMA.N
l'e|..lU I
11 20-27. I -
; IN THE COUNT v JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65052-A
IN RE Estate ol
Mill i-.l. il LACK
I.....
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Cl edit.
i Deinan.ls A- i...- s..i I
Estate:
Vou an ii b) : titled
i|U red to piv nil) i'uIiiis anil de-
ntal da which 3
the estate \ \l I i:......1 \, 'K
I'.oi- County, Flor-
ida, I- I I'. 'outlt) .n::_. ... I le
Count). an,! 'ih i i ti in duplii
and ll plot |i|. ,, in Sei Holt i 1.18,
Klorldn Statutes. In their offices In
the Count) C.....ihotisi Dade Coun-
ty, FIi rnl.i. w i ii a .-. \ m iai mom I -
from Hie i ime ,,i Ih, first publli lit Ion
ll. 1 oi. ol the lllllli. ,. ill he ii : .
Dated al Miami, Florida, this istli
ila> ol Not.nil,, i. AC l'.ill
I'llll.ll' POLL.VCK
llt\ IN-; POLLACK
I.i il'l.s n .i.i.ai k
As Executors
First publication of thla notice on
th,. 2i'tti day .t* Kovemlier, IW4.
AARI iN M. K \.NNi:i;
Attorn. \ for Executors
i'i:, Becurlt) Trust Blibr.
II L'n-27. 12 l-ll
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FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721
YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS
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