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"Jewish FloridiUui Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VolUB 4 Number 48 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 27, 1964 Five Sections — Price 20c Bundestag Chief Off To Calm Nasser go: JTA)—Dr. Eugen Gerpresident of the Bunde(;ermany8 lower house %  la 1 :. 11 aril ni ilu> week went to "pacifying mission," ,i .i persona! invitaI pt's President Gamal i from German Presi, h l.nehke to visit this Ecumenical OK's Schema Absolving Jews of Deicide N/JHU'.'i GOLDMANN \,, in unofficial informaItion (• Nasser is expected to • Germany next summer, alter I tain's Queen Elizabeth II %  pays scheduled June visit to %  Tht Mini; conci West German Interior ry i elected this weak the on of a report that West Germany was the center of a revival :' Nazism. The charge was made :v the International Union of Re! stance in a report which prov %  the basis for a conference c' former resistance fighters ir Antwerp. The report, according, to the Union, was based on research on neo-Nazi activities ir ten countries. The • ort said that several neo \.n : %  .1)1were presently active '.. Gnrmanx It also asserted | • 123 neo-Nazi groups or CHIEF KABBI UNTtKMAN ROM E-( JTA — The Ecumenical Council has approved a Catholic Church declaration which unequivocally absolves the .lews of all times—whether in the era "1 Jesus or in later days—from the ancient charge of deicide. At the same time, Pope Paul VI rejected a last minute petition prepared by progressive prelates and signed by nearly half of the Council Fathers, appealing to the Pontiff to reverse the decision to postpone until the next Council session a vote on the Declaration of Religious Liberty The final text on the .lews was adopted by a vote of 1.600 in favor against 99 opposed, with 242 approving it with reservations. It was seen here this week as a victory for Augustin Cardinal Bea. president ol the Secretariat lor toe Promotion of Christian Unity, and for the other liberal factions of the Council, among whom the American Cardinalate played a major role during earlier debates on the issue. Those prelates approving the Continued on Page 8 A C %  hanttka -4"estivaf oj ^L^icjhtReaching to light the Menorah, this youngster at a Jewish Community Center gets a helping hand from cue of his friends. Across the country, at Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Board, Chanuka candles, great and small, will be illuminated by people of all ages to celebrate the Feast of Lights beginning this Sunday evenina lpubli>l 11 L houses in West Ger:'i about 25,000 members al circulation of 233.000. Dr. Goldmann, Chief Rabbi Unterman Praise Council's Revolutionary Decision LONDON—i JTA i — Dr. Nahum Addressing a press confercnct u r^ch7iwlia> >IK a vote was finally taken on it. He c were concerned the Ecumenical Council of the state also noted that the majority was fascism had been ended ment absolving the Jews of guilt such that one could hardly expect i me for the crucifixion of Jesus any significant amendments to the document when it comes to a final vote. faction hero on the adoption by the Argentina to Penalize Anti-Semites IS AIRES—iJTA —A new Xing stiff, definite penincitement to haired or on grounds of race or reut at the same time lift1 previous ban against Argentina'two foremost anti-Semitalista, the leading anti-Semitic groups in the country, is lifted, so that their open existence is no longer illegal On the other hand. the decree provides penalties ol ally, against any race or group of another religion, ethnic origin or color." The fixing of specific penalties lor anti-Semitic or Fascist actions meets requests liprisonmenl ol from one month and incitements to three years for those who previously voiced by DAIA. the "nrooaaandUe ideas or theories of central body of organized Argen>c and Fascist organizations, was f £ £* u p 8uperi orlty based on tine Jewry. On the other hand, -.ted here this week by reUrion ethl tf c origin or color: or some concern was expressed by %  resident Arturo [Ilia. ho would justify or promote re-1 Jewish leaders here that Tacuara I mi,: the decree a previous ban UgiOUS or racial discrimination in and CRN would now be able to %  wuw tUc Tacuara movement any form; or who incite to viooperate openly without any legal nd (, srdia Restaurodora Nationlence. individually or organizationrestraint against their existence. Dr. Goldmann said that he shared the view of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, of Boston, that it was not necessary for various Jewirh groups and individuals to try to exert pressure in Rome on this matter, and that there was no room for a theological dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Jews. But this did not mean, he said, nor did Dr. Soloveitchik intend it to mean, that the political and practical aspects should not have been mentioned or discussed between responsible Jewish leaders and those responsible for Vatican policy. The Jewish leader announced that he would be going to Bonn and Berlin toward the end of the month for meetings with West German Chancellor l.udwig Erhard and Continued on Page 1S-A NEW FIRINGS NOTED UN Concludes Syria Israel Clash Study JERUSALEM—(JTA) — United Nations military observers, thiweek concluded their investigation i of the Syrian-Israel border incidents of last weekend, which led to complaints to the Security Council by both governments, a UN spokesman announced here. The spokesman said the report was submitted to Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, chief of stafi of the UN Truce Supervision Organization, w h o was expected to draft a report for IN Secretary General I' Thant. THEY TRIED TO SHIP AN ALLEGED SPY BY TRUNK Italian Government Deports Two Egyptians '•"MF—(JTA)—The Italian Government this week ordered the exPulsion irom the country of two Egyptian diplomats who were arrested when they attempted to MnuggU aboard an Egyptian air "tier i. drugged man—reportedly an Israeli citizen—who was bound and gagged inside a specially fit ''•'I trunk. The diplomats were identified as Abdel Neklawi and Selim Osman el Sajed. secretaries at the Egyptian Embassy. The trunk, bearing labels describing it as "diplomatic luggage," had passed through customs and was waiting to be loaded aboard a Cairo-bound Egyptian airliner when a customs guard I h-nrd faint cries coming from in| side the trunk. One of the Egyptians tried to explain that the seunds were coming from a musical instrument inside the trunk. but the alert Italian guard stationed a colleague near the case and went to summon police. The two Egyptians quickly loaded the trunk aboard a waiting truck and began speeding away from the airport but rre overtaken by police a abort distance away. They were released when they were found to have diplomatic passports. The man in the trunk, who was barely conscious when police opened it. said his name was "Joseph D'han" and that he was an Israeli citizen. He said he had Continued on Page 7-A Candidate Apologizes For Slur to Jews MEMPHIS. Tenn—(JTA) —The defeated Republican candid ate here for the U. S. House ot Rep resentatives. who issued a post election statement against which many Jews here had protested, apologized to the Jewish commuitv and asked local Jews "and all others v ho may have been offended to forgive me." The unsuccessful candidate. Robert B. James, sent his apology to the Hebrew Watchman, local Jewish weekly, whose editor reported he had received protests against Continued on Page 3-A



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November 27, 1964 +Jewish fk>ridliain Paqe ML DR. ABRAM SACHAR TO SPtAK Legations Still Available for Second nRiial Contemporary Affairs Lecture I, le d number of reservations J ; available for the second F temporary Jewish Alf cturc ship which wiU be f ,,i bv Dr. Abram L. Saihar. [ .,,, „i Brandeis University. |V been announced by Fred K. L ,, chairman ot the Lecturelij) Committee. Isomsored by the Greater Miami L'. h Federation, the Lecturehe which is made possible trough .m endowment by the Sam Ln'k Family Foundation, will be Lid in the East Ballroom of the Cjtaineblean Hotel on Thursday kning. Dec. 3. Some 700 tickets have already keen requested for this outLtjnd.ng cultural event. ReterLlions and information may b Inited Fund )ver the Top nd leaders at the Du| lotel on Tuesday night | news that the 19W t its S3 256 '"I" goal : the top. nute spurt oi giving, rplus "i 19.125. I live \ ice President | 11 lared thai thoui n -till undeclared | e trickling In durI • .'lead. i airman Sidney D btsii ed: "it indicates a | i sponsible coromuni[F dent ('.en F V Bvans • fforts of some 10.000 phmteei corkers "the biggest hi IIT .' success." obtained by phoning the Federation office. Community leaders who are helping to make arrangements to add to the presentation of the event include Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, chairman of hostesses, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman oi attendance. The guest speaker, who has served as president of Brandeis University since its inception, is generally considered one of the out-: -.landing figures in both the Jew-! ish cultural and educational fields. His distinguished career of serv-' ice to the American Jewish community included formation of the Hillel Foundation movement, which for many years he served as national director and chairman of | the National Commission. i Recipient of a number of honorary degrees during the past year, I Dr. Sachar is a board member of the Fleanor Roosevelt Committee and of the John F Kennedy Memorial Library, Dr. Sachar's topic for the Lectureship will be "The Future is Not What it Used to Be." The firsl Contemporar; Jewish ^ ffaii Lectureship by Dr Salu W. Baron, eminent historian and thoi The overflow attendance and the outstanding ((immunity reaction to this cultural program led the Blank family and the Federation to plan on making the Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship an annual cultural event to which leading members of the community will be invited. Defeated Republican Candidate Apologizes for Slur Against Jews Continued from Page 1-A Mr. James' post-election statement lrom "many irate Jewish citizens." In his statement, after the national elections, Mr. James said that he hsd received "an overwhelmingly high percentage of the votes of the respectable people in the community." He had also stated: "I had hoped against hope that the Jewish group would see things in my way. I am a businessman. They are businessmen. Apparently I didn't succeed. I am amaied that I couldn't. If ever there was a group that should be con servative, they should." In reply to that statement .1 imes E. Irwin. the county Den • ocratic chairman here, said: "M James' reference to the Jewis vote and respectable voters is th most bigoted statement 1 have ever heard from a major candidate." Mr. James telephoned the ed j tor of the Hebrew Watchman an apologized for his statement, the I wrote a letter of apology printc t in the Jewish weekly. Sir Isaac Wolfson, one ol Britain's most distinguished industrialists and philanthropists, arrives in the United States next month to pay public tribute to Meyer W. Weisqal, chairman of the Weizmann Institute of Science. Sir Isaac will be a principal speaker on Dec. 9 at the Hotel Americana in New York at the dinner of '.he American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science. FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE RAT PROOFING A Specialty RICUIAR PEST CCNTROl FOB THt H0f AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 71411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. PROTECTION (jQx(s BERNARD SEGAL ,—


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L dcy November 27, 1964 +Jeni*fr fhrkttaun Paqe 5-A Leaders Throughout Florida Will Attend JNF's Kennedy Peace Award Dinner Here Lifesiie Chanuka candles are children of 'he e Emanu-El Reliqious School rehearsinq •olay, "Chanuka on a Mystery Planee presented at the Chcinuka Assembly main sanctuary on Sunday at 10 a.m. Top is Sari Teichman. Left to right are Alana Reinherz, Nanc/ Friedland, Olivia Levin. Deborah Buchwald, Esther Robmsky, Susan Epstein and Judith Abelow. The production is directed by Trixie Levin. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR S-G's Intention No Mystery at All EDIT!'Hie Jewish Floridian: t" your editorial of rider tti<' headline, "BenHis Own Mind." I .oice my protesl againsl paragraph: "It is dif--< %  ju>t precisely what len-Gurion \vant< thc>c i than to return to now i Minister." to me that it i> no' • ill to assess thai n is -o much in love %  :..Minister's post, he l r resigned last year eed him to do >o. Ill I I I 11 %  %  \ II that to c= lso not difficult to assess net project was always ge the election system in *HE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS fOK ITS THRIFT SHOP i I four furniturt, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PHASE CAU US FOR PICKUP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP ;:>00 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Israel so (hat representatives to the Parliament would be elected like in the U.S.A. and England, instead of the present system, which keeps up doiens of small parties, none of which have a chance to become big enough to constitute a responsible opposition. Therefore, Mr Ben-Gurion is against Mi Eshkol'a plan ol making a half-way deal with the Ahdut Avodah Party and the La von ip where Ahdut Avodah would remain as a separate party and | eC ( its o .n representatives, in eluding Pinlias Lavon, to the Par liament. Mr Ben-Gurion is not the only one trying lor the change in Is rael'a election law. Many Israeli leaders, including Moshe Dayan, agree with him. dare say that most of the American Zionist leaders agree with Mr. Ben-Gurion on the problem Ol a direct representative election system. EPHRAIM YAFFE Miami Beach Jewish leaders from every part of the state ol Florida will flock to Mi .mi Bi ach to attend the John 1-. Kennedy Peace Award Dinner at the Pontainebleau Hotel on S inday, December li, at 7 p.m. This is the til il t> ide dinner sponsored bj Ihi Jewish National Fund ol America. U.S. Sen. 'wiranam Ribicoff will he guest speaker that evening, which will also honor William Bornstein, Washington and Miami Beach philanthropist, with the .lohn F. Kennedy Award Medallion. The medallion is the highest award ever presented to an in( dividual by the Jewish National Fond. It will mark the dedication in Israel of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, U.S. Ambassador Walworth Barboor, and other leading American officials. The dinner is one of a series being held in each state of the union at approximately the same time. It will also mark the selection of an honoree whose name and state of origin will be inscribed on one of the 51 pylonmarking the entrance to' the John F. Ken nedj Peace Forest In Israel. Gov. Fariis Bryant, and GOV.Fleet Haydon Burns are honorary co-chairmen of the event. Heading the Steering Committee locally are Dr. Irving Lehman, Rabbi Mayer Abramowit*. Zev W G0V.-E1ECT HAYDON BURNS Kogan. Leon Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and Peter F. Heller. Early committee reports indicate that over 700 persons will attend the event Memorial For JFK Held Here Memorial services for the late President Ji hn F. Kennedy were held during a meeting of Congrcgation B'nai Raphael on Sunday. On Wednesday. Rabbi Harold Richter, spiritual leader of B'nai Raphael, conducted Thanksgiving serviceat the Goodwill Industries, sharing the pulpit with Rev, B. D. 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Friday. November 27, 1964 >Je^i§t fk>ridian Page 7-A Israel Naness to be Feted by Merkos; Sossin Named Chairman ot Annual Dinner Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education inilalled at the 23rd annual dinner held at the Diplomat Country Club. Seated are Judqe rick N. Barad, vice president; Joseph Cor?-ident; Al Ossip, vice president; Leonard Zilbert, vice president. Standinq are Melvyn B. Frumkes, treasurer; Al Sherman, secre'ary; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Italian Gov't Deports Two Egyptians Continued from Page 1-A ,. in interpreter [or main the Moroccan and Egypiies in Homo. The Is5 said it had no rechim. • %  •-conference later, the i tiled himself "Dahan" lu newspapermen here i been working for the • n secret service, Vi or ing to "Dahan" he had come to Rome to discuss with the ans future conditions oil Mirk, piv-umably involving the payment he would receive. He i.ud no agreement had been made in the "conditions" and to win time, he told the Egyptians he was "read) to return to Cairo." It was .iltc: th.it conference, he said, that he had been drugged in preparation for the attempt to abduct him Italian police reported that "Dahan told them he had worked as louis rVoffson Named Rep, Louis Wolfson, II. of has been appointed a memi the Florida Senate-House live Council. The council •>..created in 1949 as a commitl. gislature, with interim It administers affairs of ative Reference Bureau, selection and compensation ill personnel and establish .'! policies. an informer tor .in Egyptian or ganization ..ml got into trouble because he had asked lor more money. Police -aid -Dahan" told them he was given a choice ol dropping ou( ol the "organization" or being sent to Cairo "to talk to the boss." II'' -aid he had the impression "dropping out" mighl mean his death. Israel may ask Italian authorities to extradite the man who gave his name as "Joseph Dai han," after his rescue at a Rome airport from an Egyptian i attempt to abduct him inside a trunk. The man was identified by police authorities here as Mordechai Marco Look, 30, of Petach Tikvah, who, in 1961, escaped to the Gaza Strip, leaving behind him his wife and four children. Police said he was born in! Spanish Morocco. They revealed j that he was "a criminal case" who had been arrested frequently prior to his defection to the Egypj tian-controlled Gaza area. His wife now works aa housemaid. He has parents in Israel, living at Rishon Lezion. While Israel has as yet made no official request for Louk'a extradition, ii was nevertheless as-umed here thai some contact has already been made ith Italy concerning Look'possible extradition to Israel. If Lcuk is brought back to Israel, he will face charges of leaving the country illegally and possibly a more serious accusation of being an enemy agent. The evening newspaper Maariv Mated this week thai Louk had planned thai he would be "planted" in Israel by the Egyptians to replace another Egyptian spy. Sa lim Maborck, who was captured by the Israelis in the last year. convicted, and sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment. The newspaper expressed the belief that Louk had been in the process of establishing a now identity, as Joseph Dahan. in pKt'paration for his re turn to Israel under the false %  name. Michael Sossin. member of the Honda Commission on Aging, has been name.! chairman Of the fourth annual Honda Merkos 1,'lnyonei Chinuch dinner More than 500 persons are expected to atli ml the function scheduled for Dec. 20 at the Coronet Hotel. Announcement of Sossln's ap\v intment was made by Rabbi Abraham Korf, director of the Florida Regional office of the Merkos. educational arm of the international Lubavitcher movement, one workers have traveled throughut the country and the world, distributing information and disseminating brochures and personal guidance to all Jewin need of spiritual sustenance." Honorary chairmen of the dinner are All x S. Gordon, Metro Commissioner and last year's chairman, and William <; Mechanic, civic leader As direct ir of the Florida Merkos, Rabbi Korf has delivered lee hares to various youth groups, as well as serving in an advisory capacity on local Jewish boards of education. The Merkos also maintains a Lubavitcher Hebrew Free Lean Society, lending funds to the destitute at no interest Guest speaker at the fourth annual function will be Rabbi David Hollander, of Mt. Eden Center in the Bronx, N.Y. Rabbi Hollander is a former presiISRAU MAHttS dent of the Rabbinical Counc. of America anc 1 a past delegate to the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem. Presently, he is president of the New York Metro politar. Eojid of Rabbis. Naness, the honoree, was born .ii Tziasnik, Russia, to parents who w.re leaders in the Lub vitcher movement. Naness i Russia [or Ihe United states wh he w as -'i years ol age. He sel tied in Brooklyn, N.Y.. where I continued hiactivitj in Merkos In 1958, Naness traveled to 1-rael, where he received a warm reception from Mayor Madazkii of Cfar Chabad. Naness moved to Miami Beach in 1961. Since living here, he has joined Congregation Beth Tfilab as an active member. He hi also continued his support in the movement through the Florida Regional director of Merkos Rabbi Abraham Korf. B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES ELI HURWITZ, President Extends an Invitation to All Members of B'nai Frith, their Wives ami Guests to hear a Report of B'nai B'rith Activities in the forty-Three Countries in which it operates outside the United States By SAUL E. JOFTES SECRETARY-GENERAL TO THE B'NAI B'RITH INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL This is Mr. Joftes First Appearance in this Area Tuesday, December 1, at 8 P. M. CITY OF MIAMI BAYFRONT PARK MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM 499 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami ADMISSION FREE ALL ARE WELCOME NO SOLICITATIONS Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're buying Canadian Lord Calvert. You won't fin d the words "Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles. We're bringing our great Ginadian whisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A. This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. 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* Irday, November 27, 1964 *Jewlsi> HorMHoit) Page 9-A Will YOU be at the GREATEST EVENT of the year? These Dignitaries will. DR. IRVING UHKMAN RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWITZ GOV. F ARRIS BRYANT Gov.Kett HAYDON BUMS LEON I. ELL GlOOCl A. SMAJHiRS U. $. Senator EDWARD I. GURNIY Congressman A. SIDNEY HERLONG, JR. Congressman JAMES A. HALEY Congressman SAM M. GIBBONS Congressman BOB SIKES Congressman DANTE fASCEU Congressman D. R. (BILLY) MATHEWS Congressman RAY E. GREEN State Comptroller WENDELL JARRAD fla. Development Comm. TOM ADAMS Secretary of Jfofe DOYLE CONNER THOMAS N. BARKDULL, JR. JOE EATON Agricultural Commissioner Chief Judge Appellate Court Circuit Court Judge THOMAS E. LEE, JR. Circuit Court Judge LOUIS WOLESON State Representative ALEX GORDON Metro Commissioner THOMAS D. O-MALLEY Metro Commissioner Miami Mayor MELVIN J. RICHARD Miami Beach Mayor YJILLIAM BORNSTEIN Make your reservations NOW to attend the JOHN F. KENNEDY PEACE AWARD DINNER at the Fontainebleau Hotel Sunday evening, December 6th at 7 P.M. $7.50 PER PERSON DRESS OPTIONAL JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 420 Lincoln Road JE 8-6464 JE 8-7564



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i-aoe icw* Page 10A vJewlsti ncridian J***T> Nove mber T5f/t 4WWfVfRS4Ry CHCTMTMW Anthony Celebrezze to be Guest Speaker At Kick-Off Program for Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene are chairmen of the hospital's fourth annual Jubilee Ball to be held Dec. 12 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mount Sinai to Break Ground Here Dec. 6 For Two New Additions to the Hospital Groundbreaking ceremonies for two new addition.* to Mount Sinai Hospital irill be held On Sunday. >< < 6 .i' -' p.m Guests of honor %  v ill be the donors ol the two new Maj. and Mr\ i recent!} pi esente I hospital with $1,300,000 t" i new ISO-bed addition, and Mrs S Harvej Greenspan her daughter, Mrs, Basil Heatter, >vho nave the hospital an addi %  inal quarter ol .< million dollars towards the expansion ol the i senl .Harvej Greenspan Outtient Pavilion. Leonard i Abe--, president of the hospital, said that plans have been finalized lor this auspicious \ill be held m honor of the new 150 bed Albert and Bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care and exoansion of the S. Harvey Green-pan OutI, t.ent Pavilion and Rehabilitation Center Anthony J. Celebrezze, U.S. Secretary, Health, Education and Welfare, will be guest speaker, and the public is invited to attend. Tuesday, Dee. 8, the hospital will hold Open House Tours at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.. conducted by the Tours Committee of the Women's Auxiliary, The public is also invili I to attend. Wednesday morning, Dee. 9, will feature a special brunch honoring members of 'he hospital's medical staff. Thursday and Friday. Dec. 10 and 11. hoth employees and pat ients will be feted The week will be climaxed on Saturday '\ening. Dec 12. with the fourth annual Jubilee Ball to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel with Mi and Mrs. Robert '/. Greene and William B. MacDonald Jr., as co-chairmen. WILLIAM B. MocDONAi: i|. LEONARD ABtSS The Albert and Bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care, • lS-bd addition, will be erected on the beyside of the hospital grounds and will be a four-story building. The rooms in the new addition, according to architect Morris Lapidus, will resemble sitting rooms with colorful decor and will incorporate all of the latest details and facilities. The lobby level will include two dining room-, one lor patients and DOB RAGING EVERY NiGHT SUNDAY S~t*?y ^ 7hUU*Q TWIN DOUBLE Admission 50c RES. 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Currently, the hospital holds 28 clinics in the Greenspan Out-Patient Pavilion, including servicewhich range from pre natal to geriatric care. New treatment and examination rooms are included in the expansion, in addition to a larger waiting area and additional room for enlarged specialty clinics. In the newly-expanded area, specialized lacilities are being pro v:ded for an eye clinic and an ear. nose and throat clinic and a dentai clinic, as well as laboratory facil lities. Also incorporated into this I area will be an expanded Social Service Department, facilities for the Home Care Program and an office for the Tumor Clinic and 1 Cancer Registry. The new expansion of this r will also include an additional service far patients—a comprehensive physical, medicine and rehabilitation department, ineluding Hydrotherapy, examining and treatment facilities, occupational therapy, a gymnasium, and an electro-myography (muscle-nerve testing). | Abess said that the public is invited to attend the .'roundbreaking ceremony for the growth and expansion of Mount Sinai Hospital. Ticket Sales To Sinai Jubilee Going Briskly Co chairmen Mr. and Mrs Hob erl '/. Greene and William B. MacDonald Jr., of Mount Sinai Hos pital's fourth annual Jubilee Ball. icporl that -ales are advancing at a rapid pace, but that good table reservation*' are -till available. According to Greene, trustee and founder of Mount Sinai, this tunction will commemorate for the hospital and the community 15 years of sharing the responsibility of healing all who come to its doors, regardless of race, color, creed or the ability to pay. Greene said that at this fourth annual dinner and dance given by Mount Sinai, "it is hoped we will \ renow old friendships and make new ones for the hospital." Serving as host and hostess for the cocktail party immediately preceding the ball will be Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman. The co-chairmen announced that many unique surprises are planned for the evening, and that reservations may be made by contacting the Public Relations Office at Mount Sinai Hospital. Larson Guest At Beth Kodesh J. Edwin Larson, Florida State treasurer, will participate in a special breakfast honoring Abe S G >ldman at David Lynn"Char lb use on Sunday. Dec. 13. Larson is a longtime friend ot Goldman, whom he will install as president of Beth Kodesh Men's | Club. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritp;.l leader ol Beth Kodesh, will preside. Reuben Keinberg, breakfast chairman, -aid that an honorary, life membership in the Men's Club will be presented to Larson. Goldman was supervisor of public relations for the City of Miami for 15 years, and is now director of community relations services of the Southeast Fierida region of Sunland Division for Retarded Children. Assisting Feinberg in arrange ments for the breakfast event are j Harry S. Schwartz. Saul Blake, Nat Blumberg, Herb Cole, and Al' Weiss. Officers to be installed with Goldman are Sam Cohen. Ed Becker and Joe Kaplan, vice presi dents; Jack Stone, treasurer; Mac Lihman, secretary; and Herman Slufren, sergeant-at-arma. s a m Schulwolf. retiring Men's Club president, is currently president of the synagogue. You park free at any Sheraton anywhere in the whole, wide world -and that includes New York City. Who else gives you a bargain like this? Free parking at all Sher.Kon Hotels and Motor Inns. It's just one more extra value for travelers f r om Sheraton. 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day, November 27, 1964 +Jkmtidh ftoricfiatr) Paqe 11-A STEPS TOWARD BROADENING JEWISH AGENCY ler Tamid-lsrae! Chanuka Festival ill Feature Noted Emissary, Performer World Zionist Cong. Maps Meeting I I Em i %  t'> %  F llll!' shed Israeli dipliwjat ,,i ,,.., o! the entertainrid ivill take prominent ,i,,. Tempi* Ner Tamidhanuka Festival Dinner (l ,,11 Sunday night at bleau Hotel. \ Shaw, Temple presidinner chairmen, and ,.,,,. LahOVitZ, spiritual f the congregation, anIhal Ailin Talbar. emis l,i,„.| in the Kconouuc in Washington, and Jan ell-known tenor and Jew. numorist, will be highlighti program. mnei v. ill honor Col. WilH irris. a tounder and sidenl "I eongrega•uwvncina that Talbar will .ist speaker, Rabbi Labo:: uted out that Adin Talhis personal life reflects -r and drama of the birth growth of Israel. His preslit the Ner Tamidlsrael l.j Dinner is a unique tri\ the congregation and the I |; rie tenor, humorist I .,had a long I television, nighl %  ithroughout the ie ia noted interpreter rial. Israeli and Yiddish nd ilanked among the fjev ish folk humorists in the Dinner Committee to Rabbi Labovitz and lau are Maurice L. Za lairman of the Board of Mrs, Henrietta Fine. 111 and Mrs. Sadie Tronrv chairmen; Mrs. Eurartz, president of the and Dan Piver, pies lie Men's Club. ADiU TALBAR Socia! Security To be Viewed \ • eek-long program on >l the plenary .session of the Jewish Agency executive that made plans for the forthcoming Zionist Congress, made these statements in a report to about 40 American members of 'he Actions Committee of the World Zionist Organization at a meeting ol th %  Jewish Agency, She -aid there are a) lea.-t lour programmatic and structural changes being projected These are: "1. Problems of the Jewish community outside of Israel will be a major concern of the Zionist Congress, the first time in history that it has been so orientated. The adoption of a comprehensive program of combatting the trend toward assimilation through more intensive education and a deeper commitment to Jewish survival and Israel will be the goal of a program designed to deepen the dedication to Judaism of millions of Jews throughout the world. "2. The structure of world Zionist organizations—the World Zionist Organization, the Jewish Agency and the Actions Committee— will be broadened so as to include interested Jewish leaders who accept the Zionist program but who are not affiliated with any particular Zionist group. This, it is felt. will strengthen the Zionist movement by enlarging its influence. '•3. The greater participation of youth, both through affiliated Zioni-t groups and through general Jewish youth groups, will be SOUghl A first step will be the participation of at least 70 young people as lull-fledged" participants in the Zionist Congress. "4. Organized national Jewis I groups. Kehillot. etc., will be officially rcpr, sentod at the 26th Zionist Congress, in addition to repre scntative.s oj the Zionist group ings. This also will be another step toward broadening the base of Congress." In all. Mrs. Haiprin said, 650 delegates will attend the 26th Zionist Congress, of whom 29 percent will be from the United States. 38 percent from Israel. Cruise 28 Days complete for $447 to EUROPE, Spain & Portugal DECEMBER. JANUARY. FEBRUARY SAILINGS FROM MIAMI (Port Everglades) I ed day and i-n-filled n'-ghts on the world-famous luxury liner Santa Maria, cruising the balmy Southern Route discovered by Columbus visiting famous ports en route (see map below). Round-trip from $44/ includes all meals aboard 128 days), room and a full schedule of actjvties. The December trip permits 17 days "on your own in Europe, the others allow a stop-over of seven days. %  *; your best net fop the Bahamas NASSAU s 38 FREEPORT m SPECIAL 14-HOUR EXCURSION FARE-ANY FLIGHT AFTER NOON IAILY FROM MIAMI. (RE6ULAR FARE S27.50 R/T-NO TIME LIMIT) JAN BART fa> BANK R YOU... MW you of M*H to you' konk but JeMerson Pol hat been on the scenelor nino months and hat I g i eete d enthusiastically Itdredt of your friends and Port btCQUtt JeffOMO** pol treats them at friends Neighbors Wo offer the COt of a commercial [Try our Installment loan ftment for 'he lowotl rolo •tollmen! loon* in Dado are an early riser, our kin windows open at 8 00 I and close at 4 00 P M tegular banking hours aro | 9 30 AM. to 2 00 P.M. tat and enjoy the friendliand neighbor I iness of I business with a cordial [progressive bank. IjE 2-6451 1FFERS0N iTIONAL BANK :Xh IIAMI BBACH • •* |30i it sTnetT •> Godliei o>d at PintliM 0><) M(MBI. rtomti aismvt SYtrtu 9*t ot*Qi


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Paqe 12-A •, kwist ftrridHair Friday, November 27 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Baumgad cf Beth hm 11RABBI HtPKtin BAUMGARD Home Auxiliary Musical Program A musical program was featured ;it th< meeting of the Greater .Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for Hie Aged, on Tuesday, • the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. LouiMakovsky, program rman, introduced singers i-.t belle Heller and Dorothy Mondres, soloists accompanied by oiga bibor .Stern. Mrs. Laurence Silverman, pres• t. c.\t> nded greetings and inducted the business agenda. HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE of Greater Miami Express Deep Sympathy to MRS. AARON CENTER AND FAMILY on the passing of their husband and father Aaron Center Esteemed Teacher and Scholar Rabbi Shimon Aiulay President Nettie Goldstein Ellis Robins Vice President Vice President l i Dr Herbert M B IU it) ol the Hebrew Union Col lev ': tirute ol I n .!. \i M Y rk, % %  here he %  ol h class, in 1950 He has attended the University ol Virginia, where he obe I his Bacheloi 's degree, and C lumbia ; Diversity, where he studied foi four years in the Gradu ite Department ol Ancient Semitic Languages and CultureHe holds hi Doctorate in Hebrew Letters from the Hebrew Union ColHe has served as spiritual leader of Temple B"nai Israel in El mont. L.I., and is rabbi at Temple Beth Am in South Miami. He was commissioned t<> write a book entitled 'Judaism and Prayer— Issues of Faith." by the Union of American Hebrew Con gn-egations, which has just been published. He is the author of numerous pamphlets which have had national circulation, including "What is Liberal Juadism" and "What I Believe ^ a Liberal JewHe has appeared on the nationally-televised program, "Church ol the Air." from NBC New York, and has spoken on the national radio program, "Message of Ls rael." In .Miami, he has appeared regularly on the Ch. 7 program, "Still Small Voice '" Ch. 2 program, "Man to Man." and on WGBS. He is currently serving as pres, ident of the Rabbinical Association of Ger.iter Miami. He is on the Florida State Executive Board of the Anti Defamation Lea cue of B'nai B'rith, the South Florida B lard of the American Jewish Committee Board of Governors o( the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration and the Executive Com mittee of the South Florida Council "f the Union of American He biew Congregations. He has been appointed to serve as chairman of the Committee on Svnagogue Music by the Central Conference of American Rabbis. H RELIGIOUS STORE A ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. 1-7722 S. Schwarti MAKE THIS CHAXrKA SPECIAL WITH A GIFT FROM RKPHUN'S For the largest selection of Israeli and Domestic Chanuka Menorahs and Decorations, Book;, Toys, Records. ALSO IUCTUC CHANUKA MIN0KAHS REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. J| 1-9017 ^ iuo souirv.** %  %  ACM. n.om WE SPECIALIZE h CONDOLENCE BASKETS Prom $7.50 We> Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI i EXCIUSIVI ,1.'. SN I VI ,[ %  %  A'. M0 1-7693 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783



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toy, November 27, 1964 +Jewisti fkridTtiun Page 13-A clicjioMS *Z5i crvices J his (A/eekend IruTH ISHAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av. Sidox 3hbi aae Ever M0 relay 8 i %  %  t --.of Faith 1 %  U \1I llllll M'-s. S mi ':,'th.. Kidduah in | I Mm. I,.. .WIT SHALOM CONGREGAinN 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. [;, or i,ratl Kershner. SHE EMET. 2533 SW 19th Ave. f n „f,alive^ H DAVID -02 5 sw 3rd Ave Con.native. d'-tor William W. Lipj f" -. %  %  11: our I>.<-. ni>aj '• •' '" t* rL • Knurl Story, liar J .. ..r Mr. .tn.i • EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho\t RaObi Solomon Schitf. CANDIWGHTING TIME 22 Kislev — 5:09 p.m. .mi.. Ha) Saturday 8:10 a.m. illg I11 \S .i \ u| l T H ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho|o< Rabbi B"*i Wein. — • ITH JACOB. 3U1-311 Washington Orthcaon. Cantor Maurice ilamches. — • K0DES' %  •01 SW 12th Ave. iJcSf 1 T optional. Rabbi Max Ejl Benjamin Ben-An. :.. • -. i *. %  ii %  rtlt-MslriK" M 1 %  : I". | • III • l-HMO •• E CONGREGATION |:;; o e Hny. Conservative. ovttz. Cantor in "Thai %  I." ,i HI. • % TFIL^M 935 Euclid Ave OrI n E. Rackovsky. — • —\H T0P5-' 164th St. and NE 11th Conerv itivt, Rabbi Max Lip1 \i. C.i.-to.Ben-Zion Kirschenan. Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlei Kodner. P>lda> 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The (muortam f Mo Patriarch Jacob in i. Uriah Hlatory." I lax Mltcvah: Davlda daughter ..r Mr. and Mrs. tauii %  '• %  hen; Debblo Kin/., ilnuchtt-r • >( Mr and Mis. .;.•!:. I.I ;.;i. n. Saturday ii:i". urn. it.uMltcvah: Hary, win oi Mi. and Mr-. s:.i. •> l-'.-m : II : Barry. s..ii t.t Mrs. Sally M.i-, and Dr. Krwin Morse. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Relorm. : 5 i. in. Si.-t.-ili I 11 %  v. VVornoii %  •• .i Ban Mil/ %  i' Mr. ii ii1 Mi-..tmday 6:30 a in. -.ii ..f Mr. an. I dreg, aon "t i s.-in iik. r Mln%  — • ll RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. hsv.it vr Rabbi Harold Richter. ptor Jack Lerner. Si rmon: "Womi n Mltavah: FranM and Mrs. saiiif • day v ::n a.m. Portion iInLay.'' Bai i Pa ll, 'll ..| Mr. and Mi — • -ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Conservative. Rabbi David Ros|d Cantor George Goldberg. Si I • i I • %  11: "Lei I'.i .I.i \ :• a in. I '.ar M -.( Mr. and Mrs. %  p.m. • :W ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree ftnouox. Rabbi Alexander S Saturday : a in. M in [WOOD TBMBLE 5'NI 1?" 1 ton s t. Conservative. Rabbi no. Cantor Yehuoah Ira, .n. — e ft AD JEWISH CENTER. 8th 1 Conservative. Can. '' %  Aloof. — • E <_l NTER. 3175 SW 25th ..itive. Rabbi Shmaryahu Cantor Loois Cohen. ml ". i. in. Si ••i Uie I 'llarlm Fall %  i j ^ unou Ita i ii ii Thi COHEN COMMUNITY •OL L 103? Washington Ave. Rabbi T.bor H. Stein. i Mali nThan • St I I'alilui KUi • e [H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. R-ibhi n, v id Lehrfield. Abraham Seif. Mil .-.inn dnj 30 Philip \V< iss. ,-,.ii T ip %  "We the Extinguished IHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. y*Rabbi Phineas Weber[EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th servative. Rabbi Zevi Green•uiil s:15 ii.in. Bermofl: [I*roblcma and Their Soluucday :. a.in. Sermon : "PorWeek." 1 • "C JEWISH CENTER. 645 *ve. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah|).m. Saturday 1:30 a.m. SerImpleuB Obedience." ADATH YESHURUN. Cone 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Maurice Neu. IS ami 8:U p.m. Sermon: la Not Christian and la N'n! Jewish." Btaturdaj Sermon: "Men Make tar Mltavah: Robert, aon of Mrs. Joaeph hi.Ms. Mlncha BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall 50. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Pi Iday T.i.', p.m. Family Ben Thoai uiih lilrthda>n in Novemliei an-1 11,. ,nil.. i\i ; ll hi i..--. il Daiight. r of Mi. and Ml Vl< lor Foster ill be nan,. .1. • TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstri.ctionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. S p.m -. ICehi ..:itMnilii ... Mi e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1'25 Monroe St. Contervat Mort.n M.i'avsKy. Cantoi Ernest Steiner, — • TFMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Dav-d Con. I Ida %  We I %  Miehael Piiul, M and Mi i In! — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Ca itor Abraham Peiseman !•' ..I : I'haiitikii VVhai are ^ • %  i Kwll ited?" Saturdaj :• ;... ..-.-. n. -• TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing. ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adier. Kridu) '• .mil S:30 p.m. iSueat -|., ,il,%  -I-, I iiMtwhe |..i-,:Mark Ilunill .ui.l Tamra Shelfman will extend !4-..tint:..a behalf ..t the Junior an.I Senlni L'HV members ulteiiuina s,-iv-| i. is iii ii..urn .-i ll..in. Hospitality Weekend. Oneg Shabbat will h r visiting rsv members. Saturday :• a in. Sernmn: "I In Wiekl> Portion ..( the Bible." HaMltavah: Shellie, .launlitii..f Mr. and Mr-, liersbon s. Miller. Mlncha In Prfedland I'lmjirl • -IP.m. I: iHill ,.,!i: Mark, sludge and Mrs. Milinn Keller. — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Prlday ^:ir, p.m. Sermon: "My Col• .ui.l I Coi •..,... ,i annul Cod — e — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. i-'i-i'la> vi" p.ni. Saturda) 8 a.in Sermon: "The Portion of the Law." Bar Mltavah: Alan. oii ..i Mr. and Mra. Sej in..ar Howard. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. l-'ii.l.i\ s.i", i• iii. Thanksgiving service. Sermon; "We Havi Much t.. bi Thankful Hor." Saturdaj 8:43 a.m. Bai Mltavah: Man. ion ..f Mr. and Mr.-. Adolph Linbaon. — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. l-Yi.i.,> N LI i p.m. Sermon: "\Vh> We ('nine t,. offt-i T.tanks." All new members will lie h.iiiiircd. Slsterh I will In.si tin %  MI. u shabbat. Saturday S:4i a.m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Si mon rt ill lie or Will ll llai ., Vlan, son of (' ui.l M TEMPLE T.FEHtTH JACOB. 951 E. 4tn Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative. .... %  lie! a,., .ir, TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. PJUO. Heisnei tircoks Cantor ben DicKson. id %  Si m..|i: "Tl i Hiilidi 'Salmon: 'To I :< %  An r..,r Ml Kv.ih: ll-.\i..i lid Mrs .In ..in.Tall. TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. l-'ii.lay 8:30 p.m, lias Mitzvah: Sinn l lalsain. Sin n da i 11 a.m. Bar Mltas .i I. Alan l ialsani i lauen*. r in..r Mr ami Mrs. Milton Balaam, Nina, allu Alan a re I ins. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave '.onset vanve. nauui n.in, Wernick. Prluaj s:30 p.m. Sermon: "TinBleaRlng ..f Jacob and American Cltlsenship." oneg Shabbat boated bj Sisterhood, baturda) 0 a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the Week." YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St. 3 m TASTt QtHMBPLEW A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODF.SH I ask I ask a question (masc.) You ask a question (fern.) You ask (m) and I ask (f) Where are you going (m) I am going to learn Hebrew Where are you going? (0 I am going to learn, too (0 Where do von learn Hebrew? (m) I learn at home (m) Where do vou learn? (f) I loo, learn at home (f) My "hole family is learning Anee sho'el Anee sho'el she'elah At sho*elet she'elah Alah sho'el v'anee sho'elet 1 an atah holeh? • Anee holeh lilmod Writ L'an it holehet? Gam anee holehet lilmod s fc Eyfo aiah lomed ivrit? Anee lomcd habayit V > fo at lomedet? Gam anee lomedet habayit Kol hamishpaha shell lomedet A good (fine) family Mishpaha tovah rhvfat "Msbi -,Vin 'SH tfis^rtn r,K ^K^ nsWn *:K n: rsi? nr.K neu .-.*SE -::•: *:K h is pronounced like eh YOUR m t hanukah DICTIONARY I OR TODAY house bayit in ihe house habayit (at home) all (every) kol family mishpaha the family hamishpaha good (fine) tovah n'ga nnsaJo I ask (ma-e ,)ance sho'el ?K'. 'JK I ask (fern) ancc sho'elet &*'& 'JK question she'elah "v"?*' you are alah holeh —j"?iri nrK going (m.) you are at holehet ro^in PK going (f.) riv* njlb I where? e\fo Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. mwi: "A l.iuht in the MWal ..I Dark Friday ".'.". p.m. Saturday : %  a.m. Barn.-' THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Spiritual Leader Decides When to be a Prophet Question of the week: "Do you believe that rabbis should have become involved in the civil righls issus, and do you condone Iheir visitations to Mississippi and St. Augustine?" By RABBI MORRIS SKOP Temple Beth Shiran Every rabbi, priest and clergyman who dedicates his life t" serve humanity and through his own people .seeks to improve human striving for better c ndtioina must decide for himself w li e n he wantto be a prophet and when he remains a The p ri e i 1 wails for the prophets to rebel, to speak out, t<> become martyrs, and often to die. in order to c h a ii g e eonditons and further religious ideals. Those rabbis and religious leaders who feel "the call of conscience" and are ready to become prophets have a right to get on the firing lines of struggle and help change the | This pus' b fT'" 1 '" f0 operation un'th ilir Greater Miami Rjr-bniical Association. Coorcimalor of features appearing here is KABBI SKOP climate so that the priests can lead their flocks to better their lot in life. I salute with deep respect the rabbis who went to St. Augustine and to Mississippi. Yes. I believe that rabbis do a noble tiling when they get into the forefront of any fight for man's betterment. Somebody has to start the change in any -tutus quo—when things are unjust or oppressive. Rabbis develop sensitive consciences, and a few are reads to ; ...it on the front lines of |. and join With otherto correct the shortcomings of the Kingdom oi God, to improve the nous of human striving. However, ever) prophet who re!: to compromise on bis ideals and convictions, as docs the priest, must be prepared t;> suffer, under go physical violence, and often feel the pain of counter-attack by the ignorant, bigoted and reaction ar) who cannot accept needed changes which benefit mankind. Blessed are such prophets who do more than "profess" their ideals. For they seek to live them. Synopsis of the Torah Portion Va-Yeshev The salient story in this Sidrah is Joseph and his brethren. Jacob's favoritism toward Joseph and Joseph's grandiose dreams created sibling rivalries among his brothers. Joseph is sold to Ishmaelitc merchants who, in turn, sell him to Potiphar, captain of Pharoah's guard in Egypt. Rejecting the seduction Of Potiphar's wife, Joseph is imprisoned Through B series ol dream interpretations Joseph is appointed Viceroy ol Egypt. Joseph, in Jewish tradition, is called B "Zaddik." righteous because living in a foreign land, away from bis family, he still retained the philosophy and traditions of IKS fathers, The rabbis add thai in the Potiphar episode, the image of his lather, acting as his conscience, gave him strength to overcome the tern] tation. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted from "The Graphic History of tho 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. i Technion Chapters In Joint Meeting DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation "/ North Miami : Beaili. Mill IHi.,,,1 !.l'.|l.l i H'-'I.U ''•' %  -"'• l '"" : "' ;l Cohen Sisterhood Chanuka Lunch Mrs. Clara Simon, president, announces that the first Chanuka luncheon of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue Sisterhood will be held Tuesday noon, Dec. 1, at the Coronet Hotel. A special Chanuka program will be featured by the Program Committee, which includes Mesdames Tibor H. Stern, Herman Schneider, Jennie Sommer, and Edith Keller. Candlelighting ceremonies will be led by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. A joint meeting of all Technion Chapters in South Florida on Dec. 15 at the DiLido Hotel will kickoff their program for 1965, it was announced this week. Greater Miami Chapter President Mrs. Louis Glasser will co-; ordinate the big meeting with Mrs.! Milton Sirkin, president of the Miami Beach Women's Division, and Mrs. Morton Fellman. who heads the South Dade Chapter. Some 1,000 members and guests are expected to attend the opening meeting to hear the latest reports on Technion, Israel's Institute of Technology, the university with an enrollment of some 10,000 students engaged in engineering studies, agriculture, architecture, and research in chemistry, nuclear physics, rocketry, and space-age experiments. Southeastern regional director of the American Technion Society, Leo Rutstein. recently returned from Israel, where he toured the university buildings and conferred at length with members of the faculty, the Board of Governors, President Gen. Yaakov Dori, and gov| ernment officials. Rutstein says the 40-year-old in! stitution of higher learning is performing "near miracles" in turnj ing out skilled scientists, teachers I and researchers who will eventually provide employment, economic strength and security in Israel.



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w November 27. 1964 Jeni§fi Fkridfiain Page 15-A fC Idmann, Chief Rabbi Praise Council CntinuPri torn Poae I A „„„ ,• German leaders, in,.,;,. >iayor Willy Brandt ]'..._,, |,. n-ould 'liscuss probidomnification and the ,.,,. „ li.i il • ons for Nazi war ssiblj also the .. \|-esi Carman scienton Egyptian arms de|btl i.-,: I'nterman, chief | R b bi of Israel. |J m l ; i Icomed" the action of Ecumenica Council, which pied on first reading a declaration absolving the .lews of special blame for the crucifixion of Jesus and condemning anti-Semitism, "The fact that the great Catholic Church has come to the conclusion that its attitude toward the Jewish people needs revision is warmly welcomed by us," he stated. He also expressed the hope that the Church will "view sympathetically the growth of the State ot Israel as a historical event which, in our firm belief, is a fulfillment of the Divine promise mentioned in Holy Writ." On the oilier hand, Sephardic Chief Rabbi Itzhak Nissim declined to issue a statement about the Ecumenical Council's action on the declaration concerning relations between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people Until such a declaration is promulgated by the Vatican as part of church dogma, said Rabbi Nissim s office, the document must be considered only as an internal affair ot the Catholic Church. UNQUESTIONABLY THE FINEST RESIDENCE IN MIAMI BEACH m Smfe) HJM 041 THE OCEAN |2K Colitis Avenus • Miami BesetF.or,dt PnoM VM Cis Mi 866-7601 The ONLY luxury 3 bedroom, den end study, 4 bath apartment in M lami Beach. ferelh Israel Siyum Slated I Lvitation.s ha' e been issued to friends by Mrs. I Kal ho will present i I the silver adorn its to Temple Tifereth Israel • | 30 p.m. The presI emorj of her htisB, Wernick, who l rah from Israel, will officiate at the "Siyum." with the Temple Choir. Past donors "i Temple Torahs, Samuel Gitlin, Jack Berke. Dr. J. A Porias and .Marshall II. Comis. will welcome the now Torah escorted by ten honorees, A buffet dinner will be served allowing the ceremony and the lighting <>i i ho Chanuka candle. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious LIVE AT Ajarlborough fouse Miami Beach's Only OCEANFRONT CONDOMINIUM COMPAR1 ? A • IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming; pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Private terraces • Maid servica available • Private card room MARLBOROUGH HOUSE is located on the oceanfront In tne fashionable fifties... within moments of shopp ng, restaurants and theatres. Condominium financing provides individual ownership c' \our apartment. You assume no financial responsibility fc a"> other owners! You may seil or lease as you desire... BUY! DON'T RENT MARLBOROUGH HOUSE apartment cost! as HIM* as $ 75 per month DOWN PAYMENTS ARE LOW E>celient mortgage f'rurong bj WASHINGTON FEDERAL M %  ..Department 1701 Meridian Avc., PhOfM JE 8 34*2 in your I I I '."ducirtg MARLBOROUGH HOUSE 5775 Collins AM. Ml., Pnons 864-3221 King-size apartments free central air condition; ng and heating large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern ki'chens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — secur ;v guard day and nightresidence management valet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best J • i Deluxe 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments trom St 7,500 'Ms ara eligib.tf for membership In the famed Miami Shores Country Club offering golf, tennis and f V swimming. TtiJii.Co :SHORES CONDOMINIUM WATERFRONT APARTMENTS Now you can lease with option fo buy Excellent Finoncinq Avoilable The only apartments overlook ing Bici>ne Bay in the lovely %  Mmnf Miami Shores. COMPARI Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-hoie putting green — boat dock and fishing pier — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! s 175 only | § ^0 monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! i HAPPY CHANUKA THE EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS 4925 COLLINS AVE. ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N E. 33rd ST MIAMI. FLORIDA • PH FR 3-3103



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Ihe most successful motorcades ever sponsored by the [ewish Women took place on Tuesday, Nov. oral busloads of women visited Mt. Sinai Hos• %  .• h Home for the Aged, and thp Jewish Vocation[ neltered Workshop. Those attercing also heard I i ::tors of the YM and YWHAs of Greater Mii u of Jewish Education, and Jewish Family and ChilI e. Among those taking the has. "and leaving ; io U8," were Mrs. Sidney Schwartz (left) co-chaii%  Jr,:; ude: Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president oi the FedK : ition lewish Women; and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. In addition [oivi s, lz, co-chairmen were Mrs. Lany Friedland, and : q Women's Division. Mrs. Philip Bloom and Mrs. |} :o. AHJU, oman s UUorU "etfewislci Flaridian Miami. Florida, Friday, November 27, 1964 Section 3 Roosevelt Award to Mrs. Meyers Anna Brenner Meyers has been selected for the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanitarian Award. created in 1963 to perpetuate the memory and life's work oi the late Eleanor Roosevelt Presentation of the award "ill lie made ;n the Ambassador's Ball on Saturdaj evening, Dec. 2t>. at the Fontamebleau ll tel. The Ambassa loi Ball, held annually under the patronage ol the Ambassador ol Israel and Ihe Governor ol Florida, is sponsored by Ihe Gn ater Miami Israel Bond 11. %  anization Mrs. Mey< rs, widely admired as an educator, jurist and civic leader, has been in the forefront of major cause* for Israel since the i irth of the stale, and is chairman ol 111Women'Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Oi ganization, A long-time resident of Greater Miami. Mrs. Meyers has seen Miami grow Horn a small com munity to one ol the major cities ol the country. Extendin beyond the boundar lef ol I )ade County, her humanitarian activities and work in the International Federation of Worn en Lawyer? has made her a world figure. On a recent trip around the world, she was received by leaders ol many nations. She addresse 1 Women I. auvein Tokyo, the Bar Associations in Hong Kong, Formosa and Manilla. the Wl men's Bar Association in Bangkok, Bombay and Karachi She was guest of honor of the Tel Aviv Bar \ssociation and was reif ceived both by the President Israel and the Prime Minister. Mrs Meyers was the organiz and first president of the Florii Women Lawyers Association, patreasurer of the National Associ lion of Women Lawyers, and pa' vice president of the Internationa Federation ol Women Lawyei he ia leader ol the Dade Con %  Welfare Planning Council, tl Dade County Federation ol Woi en's clubs, the Miami Busine and Professional Women's Clu the Greater Miami Jewish Fedei lion • nd the Board ''I the Mia. B< ach Trustees of Libraries. she ia former president of tl lewish Family Service Agency Greater Miami, a board membi and organizer ol the Jewish Hon lor the Aged, a founder of Te pie Beth Sholorn, :,


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ride?. November 27. 1964 +Jmisti rkraUtr Page 3-B Mrs. Krensky to Receive 'Woman of Year' Award of Friends of Hebrew University MRS. .NFZ KfttNSKY idctth Yeshurun thenuka Festival education direciple Adath Yeshurun. L %  children of the [ .10 the Chanuka major presenta-i. on the eve <>i ChanuI • it ii ." a.m., the stuL|< irew .mil Sunday \ p (in a Chanuka Freedom." Par! patina in the dramatizaenstein, Gil Kol( teiner, Kobm Coel. II Jack Harris. Larry Rand} Scr. Carry Hertz i Lehman, Susan { Marilyn Barbour, Mark nn (larber, Lee Brin, Robert SoloLe\ ina, and Gail BelSelection "i Mrs. Inez Krensky, women's communal leader, to receive tin' "Woman ol the Year" ; ward ol Hie Greater Miami WornDivision of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, was announced by Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, chairman of t h e Award Committee Tlie chairman announced that Mrs. Krensky was chosen by the committee lo receive tins hiyh honor "in recognition of her civic, cultural educational and philanthropic achievements." Presentation of the award will take place at the Worn.n ol the Year I.'inch eon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Thursday, Dec. i". "The Woman ol the Year Luncheon i> no' only an outstanding event for our Women's Division. but it has yrown to he one ol the outstanding honors bestowed on a member of our community for dedication to the welfare of others both here and overseas." Mrs. Charcowsky stated. The honoree has served as president of Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxill %  Thi % at t! It's mechayehdige!" Chef Boy-Ar-Doe could have Used the Italian superlative, "buonissimo", to describe the flavor of hi, Marinara Sauco but decided that •'mechayehdige" would make you h ">aricr for a taste of it. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Marinara Sauco If' an al! purpose sauce for turning ordinary dishes into a 'cast of real Italian flavoror flsh, stews, omelet, spaghetti, rice and macaroni dishes. Rich puree of tomato, ohve oil, onions and herbs, "owly simmered for perfect tosle. Keep plenty on hand. larinara lary, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, campaign chairman and initial gifts chairman of tho Woman's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal, vice president ut the Federation of Jewish Women'Organizations l!*60-fii, and on important committees with National Council of Jewish Women. Hadassah, Hebrew Universit) and Brandeis University Women's Committee. Mrs Kr n ky is familiar with Hebrew University and with many programs of the State of Israel, inciui. ng the Hadassah Hospital, tniled Jewish Appeal and others. She inspect %  i them in a trip to Israel in 1960. Her daughter, Mrs. Harrj B. s nith, also of Miami Beach, ji:>t returned from a trip to Israel earlier this month. Theme of the luncheon will be "Growth Through Education," a tribute to the Hebrew University, Israel's larg< si institution of lusher learning with a student body ol over 10.000 and a faculty of 1.200. Mis. Samuel Simonhoff is president of the Women's Division. Hortense Ball and Reuben Levin as Sen. and Mrs. Hedqes in "Born Yesterday," the Temple Emanu-El Players production to be presented on Sunday and Monday at the Shelbourne Hotel. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. 'i and Kinderg.tr Temple Adath Yeshurun 'enl their Chanuka prothe nith day of ChanuDec. 4. at 10:30 a.m. i lunder the direction iel Levin, head teachdances are under the prorection of Mrs. Sally who will also accompapi;. no. CERTIFIED KOSHER By Rabbis Char lop and Reichman Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines Because it's made from lOCc corn oil, not .1 'mixture of oils, delicious Fleischmann's is lowest in saturated fat of the nation's leading margaVines Fleischmann's is ideal for low saturated fat diets many doctors recommend. Scientific research indicates liquid corn oil such as used in Fleischmann's helps reduce the saturated fat content of your diet. Flciscliniann's also comes Unsalted. It's ideal for lou-sodium diets. Look for it in the frozen food section. Both made from 100% Corn CERTIFIED KOSHER WORTH hose of 1 lb. Fleischmann's Lightly Salted Margarine or Unsalted (Sweell Margarine To The Dialer: For each coupon you accept as out authored agent, we will pay you the face value plus usual handling charges provided you and your customer have complied with the terms ol this oiler. any olher application constitute? Iraud. Invoices showing your purchaie ol sufficient slock to cover all coupons redeemed must Be shown upon request. Void if prohibited, taxed or restricted. Your cuilomer must pay any sales ta. Cash value l/20th ol 1 cent. Redeem only through our representative or by mailing to Standard Brands Incorporated at: P.O. Boi 2062. Birmmeham I Alabama. Ofler good only InU S A. Ihn coupon eipires on r.b. 28. 19*5 B Fine Products Of STANDARD BRANDS INC. fillSta'fii Lilian



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Friday. November 27, 1964 +Jmlsti fUrldlan Page 5-1 Univ. of Miami President to be Guest Of Honor at Beach Hadassah Rally Dr Henrj King Stanford, presb i> nl of Hi %  University of Miami, vill be guest ol honor at a Miami Beach Hadassah membership ral>• After ;i three-month member hip drive culmination will take ilace at the Deauville I Intel on iondaj at i p.m. sixteen groups onstituting the Miami Beach lhapter will he represented by old nd neu members •'The Myrtle Wroirth Awanl' national Hadassah's citation acknowledging community leaderchip, will be presented t" Dr. Stanford by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, well-known community leader. Dr. Stanford, a proponent oi civil ri^htand academic freedom, is spokesman tor high-level quality in education. He is the recipient of lour honorary degrees from various universities, including the University of Heidelber:. He has brought to his office philonophy of education which I e summarizes briefly as "a re-P" sibility to maintain an atmo pile In which lihfral educational Ide and ideas may flourish." Mrs. Nor.nan Myers, memb • ship \ ice pr< sident, will i" cha i • man ol the day. Mrs. iu ii!. B. Wernick, progra i vice president. ill narrate fashion show presented by .lord %  Marsh and directed by Elean Oumby. Mrs Nat Barth is president. In the Temple Library at a recent committee meeMnq, Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chairman of the Patrons and Sponsors of Temple Beth Sholom's Festival of the Arts; Mrs. Ben Goldsiein (standing), vice president of Sisterhood in charqe of ways and means.; and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk. co-chairman of the Book Review Series, discuss plat. 1965. "The Green Man;" and France, Feb. 13. "Beau. ty and the Beast." Other .V:\ilt Activities underway include a -cries of classes scheduled for Monday and Tuesday evenings a) the "Y." These are square dancing, guil ir, recorder, beginners bridge oil painting, beginners and advanced golf. Each da>s will be limited in size and enrollment i>> advanced registration only. ::,atkes a la Swiss TURN A DAIRY MEAL INTO A FEAST! UTKES A LA SWISS W lb. Switzerland Swiss cheese, grated V2 cup sour cream 2 eu yolks ^V4 tbsps. flour W Up. salt 1 tsp. mustard ltbep. butter Anyone CM make the holes but only tho Swiss can main th* flavor I Mix Ingredients except butter; •tir well. Molt butter In fry pan; drop heaping tablespoon of mixture Into fry pan; cook until golden brown on both sides. Yield: 8 pancakes. Excellent with onion rolls and coffee. Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and no where else! Suil/orhuxl Swiss Cheese Your Reliable Standby. For All These Years. Enjoyable and Tastier Than Ever! AT LEADING FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE KOSMaiMMI i****f CO


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NovemberJ^jaM +Jewlsli fhrlcfirtr Page 7-B Wildes Bequeath Gift to Histadrut L Louis Pilzer icenter), president of Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Loch discusses with Mrs. Lawrence Wes'on (left) and Mrs. Lry Linder.baum. ticket co-chairmen, the club's fund-raisinq Kci: scheduled for Dec. 1 at the Deauville Hotel. Luncheon l""-served followed by a performance of "Marriaqe Go L.Joffered by Studio M Players. Mrs. Stanley Peal is I -rations. Mrs. William Peal heads publicity. Lc4d< ere ~r omotionally-disturbed children at the Monnc:.Clinica. School in Hialeah. )0Cialite ... by Jjsabel C/i rove Continued from Page 1-B in—membership in tnal Honor Society. the Naliiarpv -'"'up around the festive fcnksgiving board on Thursday the home 01 Lil and Murray law included hu sister, Mildred Lke, with husband Carlton and (tighter Francine vacationing |u:ii Alabama I". Another Wer, Rose, and Irvin Wein|ruii and friends, Mr. and Mrs. erorr.e J. Berger with daughter larbara and on Steven, also tlidaying from University of Bahama, and their grandparents, Hr ami Mrs Harry Frankel I Sybil and Stanley Rappaport raveled to Manhattan for the S reunion with their two Ittending college there Son I \ York Univer )n> School of Law, and daughter Sarah is in her junior year at S.irah Lawrence Bit of news making the holiday season even more meaningful for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merntt. son Roger elected prexy of Tau Kpsilon Phi pledge class at Emory University. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Wilde have bequeathed SBO.ooo tor the Israel-Histadrul Scholarship Fund. rhe total sum Will be applied to\.ud academic education of needy .•oung men in the State of Israel, In accordance with the agree ment concluded between Mr. an Mrs. Wilde ;>nd the National Committee for Labor Israel Histadrut Campaign, ;* large part of 'he sum will be devoted toward aiding the most capable students m perft cting their studies in the Technion at Haifa Students who will be entitied tn the scholarship will be hosen upon the recommendation Of the Histadrut Scholar-hip Fund Committee in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Wilde were born in Mohilev. White-Russia. Mrs. Wilde taught in a government high M-hnol for Jewish girls and is a graduate of the Teacher's College in Moscow, Mr. Wilde studied business administration and law at the University of Rostov. The Wildes came to America in 1922, and for a period of 20 years, he was connected with the Metropolitan Life ins urance Company. Home Owners Meet Sunday Biscayne Point Homes Owners Association held a general meeting on Sunday, 2 p.m.. on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kram's home. 1385 Biscayne Point Rd.. North. Dr. Edward T. Litt, president, said that Hy Fried conducted a sing-along to open the meeting. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, reviewed "The Chosen One." by llarrv Simonhoff. During the past 15 years, he and his wife have been active in mutual funds. Their home is in Miami Beach. Ufa MR. AND MM. WftOE MORRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Ifor HOLIDAY 'and Everyday I fl, e Perfect S^ 1 for Koshering all your meat and fowl <§. DiamoodCrjstalSallGompwir •Best kept secret of the century" gasped Ruth (Mrs. Lou) Gidney when she was convinced, finally, that "The Tuesday Girlswere singing Happy Birthday to her Dinner party hosted by Yvette (Mrs. Micky) Kraus, who enticed the guest of honor to arrive early by asking for assistance only she could give Members of the club enjoying the excitement: Molly Malter, •\drea Soglovitz. Harriet C.alitz. Frances Lind. Sylvia Raskind and Belle Goldstrich liable to attend, but sending "best ever," Ruth Burnstein and Ruth Gutman. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Miami Beach philosopher and lecturer, celebrated his 8lst birthday Tuesday by telllag members of the Miami" Beach Bnai Bnth "How to Reach the Age of 100. 1 and no one there doubted that he would be the one to do it • • Holiday vacation at Harbor Safety Spa for Mr ami Mrs. Louis Pallut. Judge and Mrs Albert Dubbin Just back from three weeks at the West Coast Spa Charles Bookbinder. 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NoV2n ber 27. 1964 JmiftncriJfori Paqe 9-B rirman, Harold Ixehange Vows I**' p, .ception at King %  P *'-,,,,.. sheila Chi-Cb HarJJiBU BermM on Thursr N ?prb?t Baumgard perfor.nfe : u morninB ceremony held f **f£\* M Carl I [ Vu Uriua St.. Coral GaiTthe bridi w -'tended by l* $ %  ,„,„> Elson, matron of P '; Cream, maid ol *<"";. '„, bridesmaids MM ElfcVs! sesal. Cry Hoffman ftS K W brottar as best man rman. They are !, M! ,nd Mrs. Louis Ber.•t J;; K :„,l Ve Norman E.son. LSf N ussbaum, Mary Goldberg '.j it M-ir-'t i:-hered. r^li bridal gown of peaude LVwithlaie "<• pe rl "i'P"^ ue< m plced itb a shoulder[Sgti veil held by a tocetnd pearl [petal eaddress Now teaching at North Miami k-nirr HiSh. the bridegroom at SdedVl.; ln.ver.it, of Florid. Ld tr^duat.-i from the University of Miami. He WM a member of AETT Mrs German attends the University ui Miami. Honeymoon destination for the ,:,. i i::-.iica. Women's Group Elects Officers Newly-elected officers of Nashei Chabad, Lubavitcher Women's League, were in-tailed at a meet, n %  l| Bl the home Of Mrs. Murr; Ro.-enberg, 3ioo Prairie Ave. Sla • is headed by Mrs. Sydney l. e vii pre* dent; Mrs. Abraham K..rf. vice president; Mrs. Morion \ fbera, secretary: and Mrs. treasurer. Miss Sobel Weds Melvin Hecht Mania Linda Sobel became the bride ot Melvin Ilecht in a late evening ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Wednesday, \ov. 25. Parents c( the newlyweds are Mr and M i. Paul Sobel. 2181 SW ^ I si Ter., and Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 110 Meridian Ave. Attending the couple were the bridesister, Helen Sobel, maid Ol honm. and best man. Dr. 11. 1. Hecht. the bridegroom's brother. Now teaching at Banyan Elementary, new Mrs. Ilecht attended Syracuse University and graduated from the University ot Miami. The bridegroom graduated from the University of Miami and is with the Internal Revenue Service. Now honeymooning in Jamaica, Mr. Hecht and his bride will live at the Town House. 8940 SW G8th Cl Beth David Day Set Wednesday Mrs. Sidney Aronovit/. is chairng Beth David Day on Wednesday noon. Dee. '.). Luncheon will be follow ed with a fashion shou I V Beth Weber. Sisterhood members will participate as models. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Philip War-haw. co-chairman, mil Mrs. Pete Silverman. MRS. MFIVIN HECHT Miss Margulis Eyes Fail Rites ,V. i in -K iliii MRS. fltlOTT KMMN Beth Sholom Tea-Musicale Mrs Jonas Brotman, of 1818 w. 23rd St.. Sunset Isle 3. will be hostess at a teamusicale to members Of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Bntman. one of the sponsors of Beth Sholom's Festival ot the r\rts, will present Helene Rivoire Koso.thul in a program of -ong and piano. Mrs. Seymour Silverman. chairman spon-ors and patrons. Mrs. Leo Levin, president. Sisterhood. Mrs. Stanley Levinson, Mrs. Meyer Eggnatl Mrs. Ben Goldstein, vice presidents ol Sisterhood, will greet the la" gue.-ts expected at the attair Mr. and Mrs. Milton Margulis announced the engagement of. their daughter. Ann. to Barry H. Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert; Cole, at a Thanksgiving eve dinner party given in their home on Mar> iola Court. Coral Gables. MisMargulis. a graduate of, Miami Senioi High, was a member of Phi Delta Gamma Council. She attended the University of Florida and is now in her senior year at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in elementary education. The prospective bridegroom at tended Coral Gables Senior High and will reee.ve his degree in ness administration from the veieity of Miami in June. He member of Tau Epsilon Phi ternity. Woodins plans are tor the Fall. busiU nils a Praearly Dadeland Summit Set for Sunday ••Tot-. Teens, and Sirens" will make thenwaj d wn the runway ol "The Summit" In Dadeland when members of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nal B'ritta Women and their children model at the group's annual fashion event Sunday at 2 p.m. Most Dadeland shops will be participating, with formal, daytime and casual wear featured for the women, and dress-up and playwear for the younger set Mr*. I Myron Rubin and Mrs Robert Ini feld are co-chairmen of the affair. Refreshments will be served.^ <> l> *><< w ***** FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! f>jin TabltJ Tabl* lintm China Sltr fllsawaii Trar* Cattt* Urns • Ion Dane* Ftoort PARTY TENTS COLOtfUL FASHIONABLY DCSIS*£3. ASSORTED SIZES Ptrio/iaiizeJ Stn in Telephone 633-3281 3790 N.W. 35th AVE., MIAMI 42. FLA*-tfefi*H -; v ANN MARGULIS Titerell. Jacob Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple T.lereth Jacob is sponsoring another series ot luncheons, the first to be held ( ,n Monday. Dec 7, in the Social Hall. 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Pcae ID-A ?rg 10-B +Jr. A•* %  %  lice the '•mi Beach hi? %  : conr plaj His -• X. is :• modulated and It's as he dee. bulk I It. but ;: %  i • -h boy bec-me • Chief Pomer-nte. ecaust that's the indoctrinan the get at home. Their milies sacrifice everything for %  p boy's education. Or they are :couraged to go into the busi world I decided to eo int<> iflce w orfc long lime Service Rock] Pon erance attended the liversity of Miami after grart_ from high school in New "". ork. Ju-t a few years ago. he ent back to the university foe course in snvernment. He has .wth the Police Department r fifteen years. He a a Beach mail earner from ;c to :."a. Many Miami Beach itives remember the bis >liceman stationed on Lincoln n arm band: labla C-pan It mad :.. ; ;in American me." said the lief, to see that hand, to km policeman was interested in em an<: c>uld help them In 10.iT he run for offic instabh and won. In i960, he n again un and on y a ."-.::. Rock) Pomerai a; | inted < hiel of Police. POUCt CHItf POmtSANCl the politt gesture "Today." he said, "a policeman i a p.Tt-time confessor, paycbologist and sub-titute father He la trained man. more professional. The image of the dumb c'! .gradually climin::g." One out of every twenty-five applicantlor the force is finally accepted. A man is judged for ins adaptability to unusual situations, and if he's a small man. for any Napoleonic attitudes if a big man. for any sign* of the bully The Chief said. The a\> citizen hamore contact with the police than ever before Everyone drives car today, and ner or later everyone encountera policeman" And according to Chief Pom erance, that policeman on Miami Beach i< a well-trained yet courteous officer. Today the Miami Beach Force haone Negro police officer "Not jusl one.'' said the Chief. an point to him. but because be was th' rigid requirements Orienting Children uld like to orient %  into thinking ol the po liceman a-omeone to turn to, not away iron !!• school liaison •-'.' er <* h i esti ,< nshi| ith ren. And be says that Juvenile deliniuencj is not a major .'.'ii on the !!• And violence is no problem here either l'nmerance said. The Beach lgeared for relaxation People are on vacation The media I age of our residents is older than in mo^t cities Therefore we don't have the -ame problems as an industrial city." Rocky Pomerance has only good thins* to say about police men. He thinks they handled themselvo exceedingly well, all over the country', this past long hot summer. And he definitely thinks Mumi does not need a Civilian Review Board to ride herd on Police DepartmentSafely Valves t nival oi the MV Bilu, of Swiss Cruise Lines, a full loed of European vacationers and an has been announced for Dec. 11 by ; /:vc Gofier. president of the line, owner's .-* preservative for Somerfin Passenqer Lines i Geneva, Switzerland. Somerfin Manaqinq Director M. Halevy also is expected for arrival of the ship, which beqins three end fourday cruises to Nassau and Kreeport on Dec. 14. The 7,000-ton motor vessel flies the Israeli flaq. You and Your friends Are Cordially Invited to Attend THE OPENING LUNCHEON of the MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT LUNCHEON CLUB WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 12 15 P.M. Ritz Mara Hotel, 1701 Collins Avenue Guest Speaker Dr. Irving Lehrman $2 Ptr Person — No Solicitations JACK FISHMAN, CHAIRMAN The Luncheon Clfb meet' Ever] lay at the Ritz Plaza Hotel in Miami for her theatrical talent She la an actreswho per forms m many charity and religious attractions Soon she urn be seen in the starring role „ •Bum Yesterday e "> My wife is beautiful and in teiligent. said tl Nov. if that doesn'1 ,„„„,, i jk the most trained p on Miami Beach" i and listen to hiblarnev Congratulations in order? Then go no further! Our expert catering staff v.ill arrange your party right do*n to tne last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvar-S, Birthdays — deserve cur very special handling. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Waldman DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (0) ON THI OCEAN AT *3r* STRMT. MIAMI BEACH "The safety valves we have nou are adequate and available to the public for recourse." he said. "There is no police brutality on Miami Beach Any new 1 gency is unnecessary The FBI is available for investigation of police forces: the State Attorney's office ; nd a crand jury are also mechanisms the public can use Chief Pomerance is a real father to three. Can you just picture the kids in school when the Chief's boy says. "My father can beat up your father"" His wife. Hope, is well known Business Pflee Speela Have that ting, anquet, or Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party! it the for Informatloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 a*eth SI. A Colllna Ava. %  m 0 Hemophilia Auxiliary Regular luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter. Hemophilia Auxiliary, is slated for Thursday. Dec. 3. at the Bel Aire Hotel President Mrs. Delia S. Delancy ;in charge of reservations. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They art unequalled tkstr profeastoa. y m Tbty are the aUdo'i catering sUfl. Tfcsy )%? will make a success of any party... %  "* wedding... a Bar Mitrvah*... a business ^*% meeting or a social lancfieo*. They wil f serve from 20 to 1000 diners wits fine food expertly prepared m the rJLioo's newty i decorated Cotillion Keom. They'll arrange lor whatever space you require. Cafl fcTikhner at JEfferson W811 tor t seat hmctwaye ever Mil A airtrtu FII %  ataariM OClAN FRONT :0UINS AVENUE AMD UNCOIN K0A0 MAIL BHHBBJ !; E .. For Very Special Occasions... 3b THE diplomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or apecial dinners! Catering facilities for group* of 100-300. available 7 days a week. "7 !" "?? other room t|uit like **>• Calcutta Room in thia area! Unlimited free parking. For reservation,, call 9*5-9571 in Miami or \VA 5-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-TME-8EA



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Friday. November 27, 1964 Jenlsfi fhridllan Page 113 Chanuka Meetings Set by Hadassah Bay Harbor Group will present ,-i "Chanuka Festival on Monday, Dec. 1 at the in [apore Hotel. Reill be serve I. Joseph il be -")K entertainer. Meiscl is president. r/iortnn Towers Group will meet .: the n !( K>m <>i Morton i oi ;• j Dr New film, "Hadassah 1964, will be shown. \li s. : anuel Mentz is president. Renanah Group will hold a ("liunuka (estiva! luncheon and boot>nany at Waldman's Hotel on Monlay, Dec. 7, 12 noon, in honor oi Henrietta Ssold, founder. Cantor Zvi Adler i ill offer Chanuka songs, president, with Mrs. Ben Ball at the pia Stephen S. Wise Group. If meeting al the Deaut H lay, Dec. 7. al noon A i am mony will be offic Rabbi Dan el 1 Fo| ii h II i>' a Chanuka pi with birth lay cake and Chan %  ... VIrs. Manning Mintus. pi -ident. Henl Group will meel al i;, ney Plaza Hotel. Regular lun i (,n will be served. A brief b ness meeting will precede a ci Mrs. Milton Weinberg "Who Needs Money?" Disotssinq the queslion cu J members of Beth David Men's Club cs they plan for their Dec. 5 throuqh 7 perlorman-e of a musical by the same name. Left to tight are Max Jacobton, chairman; Ruben Idells, co-au'hor; Robert Rosen, coauthor; Louis Seitlin, president, Men's Club; and Robert Brenner, co-autliot and director of the show. CIA Accountants Division Opens Drive Kfith Der. 8 Dinner at Dupont Piaja "ii .in'.mil tin fes to launch its partici 1965 ombined Jewthe AccountantDivi.M a dinner on Tues6 p in at the Dupont i Beer, division chairced that the prece, i | i %  > the division last year mud in the form of a m gathering, aBownig %  ... the accounting proi iplete their campaign ital ta\ season arrive • Joseph J Lyman, of WashingD. C. noted trial lawyer who js had extensive experience th infernal revenue cases, will gue;t speaker. His topic wll Personal Haiard to CPA's Tax Fraud Cases." is had considerable exi internal revenue pro| • court practice, and ing internal re %  i. >nian's presentation, ir and open discussion on i locrafic Club /Meeting lev meeting oi the Democratic I Miami lieach will be held %  Wednesday in the Sea Isle H>>Preaident Welly (Hack will Iduct the business agenda, inline nomination of officers. i x [rat I %  %  • %  was announced i>> Bei ..irt. presidcnl ol t!'.,' i. al Miami Jew ish Federation, and i romine t member ol ession, said thai U '• diIsion's plans to hs Id it< ,i \ dinner at this time is a noteworthy, undertaking. •1 fully realize the demands made on all members of our profession during the tax season, and lor that reason l particularly welcome tin< arlj function of the Aclants Division," he said. know that, as in the 1964 campaign, thenearly start will give impetus to ihe work Of the other business and professional divi. ms si i. tig an example for inc n ased support that v ill be emulated m all • reas of the CJA campaign." Members of the committee, in addition to Beer and Lcfcourt, include Barney Bernstein, Byron S. Chtrkas, Charles Hertioff, itowart L. Kchn, Milton Kublin, Rose Kublin, Leo Landis, Howard Learner, Bernard Marder. Howard Mesh, H vard Miller, Snlnes Pascal, Marvin lVarlman. Norman Rachlin, Abraham Resnick. Stuart Rothchil I, Milfn Sadoff, Louis Snulc-. jerry Sokolow, Harris Steinberg Arnold 1. Stern. Lewis Stern.,„.„,. Bernard Tytell. Maxwell Waas, Ralph Weisbard, A. B. Weiner and Allan Wilson. the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at DOflL on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of •leganca on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, buaineaa meetings. •. ranging from 10 *• 1000. in a miami country club setting Spaciousness i the keynote of your affair amidst the plushnena of tha Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banqueta are enhanced by tha country club atmosphere of thia raaort-aatata. For complete dtlaiU, pirate call Mr. David Kovac. Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 23600 */, '^ ->t & %i / miPti LYMAN Mrs. Stiebe] in Review Beth David's United Syna \ itti will hear a book review ol Ted B( "Casl a Giant %  on unday al i :15 p.m. Mrs. Elsie Stiebel, I r many years a teacher in the Beth David Religious School, as well as in the Dado County public school system, "ill be the ir i wer • M Affair toKcuiaulKT... K I MAY X ti T l It IS A < K 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, F'orida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHEUE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FISTft IT/ES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DECORATED M AaSB.H-HT ItAIJLUOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATICNS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS • FKEE PARKING • CATERING Strictly Kosher facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 & at the eville HOTEL Planning a wtddmg. eontiimation, luncheon, reception, meeting? Gourmet cuisine, attentive service and luxurious decor combine to make any accasion memorable — •t the Seville. Facilities to accommodate ten of a thousand. Ten newlydeconted banquet rooms, Kosher cuisine available. CanESmLED.POtAfc 532-2911 SEVILLE HOTEL OCEAN M 30th STMKT MIAMI BEACH | I For Elegant Functions Complete Cataring Facilities for that Specia Party served in superb tashion setting that %  will reflect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS a RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS a MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 cuetta. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CDEAUVILLE ON THE PHONE: UN 5-8511 OCEAN AT at7lll STNBXBT. AHIAMI BEACH ; Charles Miller. Executive Food Director



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Page 12-B ln*istin*rHP*n Friday, Nover.rer 2* %  %i Joseph Yanich Named Regional Director Of the American Jewish Congress Here *hppo lHUW lM of Josepli l Yanich as regional director of the American Jewish Congress was ced this week bj Rabbi i n Ki nish, president of the ,v i t'i Florida Council of the American Jewish C ingress, A gra luate so ial worker w ith a i ajor in community organization. Yanich has been active In manj hases ol Miami's general and Jewish community life since l"> return from Israel seven and a half years .< He was the first graduate social worker to practice community organization in Israel during his three and a half years rs chief community group orcaniier for the Hadassah Medical Organization, Division of Community Health Services in Jerusalem, and villages of the Judean Hills. The Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel, which was built and is maintained through the efforts of the Women's Division <'l the American Jewish Congress, was a familiar siyht when Yanich passed it regularly on bis way to work i Kiryal Yoval, a suburn of Jerusalem. Before going to Israel in 1953. the new American Jewish Congress regional director was associated with the Community and Internal Relations Committees ol the 4>etnrtt Sfewish Wmmunity He also ivorked for the D troit Department of Public i ire an.) the Detroit Chapter f the American Red Cross, He compieh d his undergraduate studies In sociology at Wayne University .-i Detroit, and received iis graduate training with special •mphasis on group dynamicat he School i Social work, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Yanich was the first recipient of the Work-Study Scholarship in Isael initialed by the Zionist Organization ol America in 19-19. Prior to his affiliation with the American Jewi'h Congress, Yanich was associated with the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as its Southeast Regional director and the Israel Bond office as assistant city manager for Miami, lie Is a member of the Academy ol Certified Social Workers and the National Association of Social Workers. Father of four children, two of whom are "sabras," Yanich is married to Rci Yanich. who is well known here as an arti>t and teacher of art and Israel folk dances. BOAPD LODGING •Mill SALARY TO VAN, 60-70, neot, %  j.iet; slight s.rvires to man suffering r-bort breath, RMSlfy in morning, on exertion, I Mrt on feel and alert, ••hone 531-5 217, evenings 6-8 p.m. FOR RENT ROC.V. 08 ENTIRE LOVELY FUPNSHED HOME in quiet neig'ihorHii. Maid service, TV 'ci'inr'-v, n rls il desired. r,E Miami. Ph. 753-6655 RABBI AVAILABLE K yein %  I all phases of I I tit I -sires change ot p % %  it taker, tdu< [ w e available for S -.i inters <.-w latter part of i t refci n< s. Wi it M. L. Box 2973 Miami 33101 FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM J.PT. UNFURNISHED 3 Exposures. Air Conditioned UN S-8321 7900 Crcspi Rl.-d. Miami Beach POSITION AVAILABLE SECRETARY 3 or 4 Days a Week. United Synagoqu? Of ice. Coral Gables. Must be excellent typist. Contact Rabbi All -n Rutchik 374-3266 or 371-5767 No. Dade Chapter To Hear Review "Too Young to be a Grandfather" will be reviewed by Mrs. Frank Kerdyck for the North Dade Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, on I Wednesday at Temple Beth Moshe. A bayel and lox luncheon will be served at 11:80 a.m.. and baby silting seivice will be provided. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Sv Sillman. 27C Folding Type Chairs, very reasonable call JE 2-2752 or JE 2-8592 NEEDED • A Lot for a Shule Beth Raphael oldest shule in Miami will construct shule building wiih State Funds alloted to them. V.'ill consider all locations. Call FR 4-8544 or FR 3-9807 REFINED WOMAN SENIOR CITIZEN DESIRES POSITION AS COMPANION TO LADY Live in. Will accept reasonable salary plus room and board. R. W. Box 2973 Miami, fla. 33101 Flagler-Granada In Blood Driv< Breakia.-t will be served to all a.m. OOd donorat Flagler-Granada David Dorf man an <,, Jewish Center when the John El chairmen of the %  liott Mobile Blood Bank Unit stopticipation "ol ffiere Minti.iv from d':to to 11:30 call; able." ph v ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT NOW 731 Washington Ave. OPEN JE 8-54: Elegant Catering tor Bar Mitivahs, Weddings, and all Social f un \i *' ill sw Ton [and VBI


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W c No „-ber 27. 1934 +JeHi§ti fkriditr Page 13-B Jfyar in i tern a 1 grandparents. Mr and Mrs H J Speigel, and his great grandmother, Mrs. I. Spel Michael Gale Michael Alan, son of Cantor and Mrs Chel Gale, will observe his bar Mitzvah during Friday evening services, Nov JT. conducted bj Rabin Daniel M Lowy at Temple Sinai ol North Bade. Muli.id has been o student at remple Sinai Religious School [or the past eight year., and is an ( ighth grade student at John 1". Kenned} Junior High, where he plays the drums in the band. His bobbies are stamp-collecting and music. Michael has sung professionally. Out-of-town guests will include his paternal grandmother. Mrs. Jack Williams, of Beverly Hills. Calif, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Koblentz, Cleveland. O. Shellie Miller Alan Howard Mark Feller Richard Waas Robert field' Michael Cale Mitzvah. is now serving his second term a> president ot the Temple's Men's Club. t. t Amy Dean Amy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dean. 80 NF. IWth St.. will observe her Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening, Nov 27. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate at the ceremony assisted by Cantoi Ben-Zion Klischenb.-ium. The celebrant will be presented with B Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kalian! %  Sisterhood, and will continue her Jewish education at Beth Torah Religious School in the fifth grade Hebrew class Shell)* Miller Dr. Irvii:.: I.elirnian will Officiate at the Bi s Mitzvah ol Shellie, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gershon S. Miller, on Saturday. Nov. 28. at Temple Emanu-El. Shellie attends eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. Active in sports, .he has won several trophies in swimming, is a line pianist ami adept at creating puppet programs. Shellie's grandmothers, Mrs. Faye Tuple-.and Mrs. Pauline Miller, Miami Beach, will attend the Bar Mitzvah observance. The celebrant will be honored at a luncheon following services at the Algiers Hotel. and present Greg with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Greg will continue his Jewish education at Beth Torah in the pre-confirmation class. Larry Steingolb The Bar Mitzvah ot Larry Steingold will be observed on Saturday morning, Nov. 28. at Temple Israel, with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Steingold, L9S7 \E 119th Rd.. will ho-ior their son at a party in the evening at the Diplomat Country Club's Calcutta Room. THE LERNERS Catering (or All Occasions Vflft y K a* ,tw FACILITIES m. FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON ^-Restaurant BEACH V %  — *• CH-X GREETINGS TO All OUR FRIENDS SOI and Bill chef salad, dressing, v. ()., potato tea, S!RL0!H STEAK or rolls & coffee butter. Serving 5 P.M. to 6 A.M. K^hips Phone UN 5-9651 1850 -79th ST. CAUSEWAY, MIAMI $169 J3 a if 1 BEACH, FLA. *>!.. i A i in Howard irne, -on of Mr. and Mrs 905b* Dickens Ave.. will BiBar Mitzvah at Tem|.'b on Saturday morn|28. with Rabbi Mayer officiating, grade student at Nauiii-'h. he also attends It' n-ervatorv of Music Itertainment featjring \ pows. DANCING IIGHTLY/ SERVE NOW! ID ROSNERS Greg Sehenker Greg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sehenker. 611 NE 169th St., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Nov. 28. at Beth Torah Congregation. Mark Feller Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will offiDr [rving Lehrman will Officiate elate at the ceremony assisted at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, ROn fay Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbaum. of Judge and Mrs. Milton Feller. %  on Saturday. Nov. 28. at the minchah service at Temple EmanU-El. Mark attends Ida M. Fisher Junior High. He is interested in -ports anil is an excellent swimmer. Mark's grandmothers, Mrs. Regina Feller. Miami Beach, and' Mrs Minnu 1 Herman. Galesburg,' HI., will celebrate the joyous OCI asion. The celebrant will be honored pi ;, reception S lurday evening al the DiLidt Hotel n, t Till % > % COCKTAIL "mm MM 5 I ro 7 P.M. MUCIOUS HORS DOtUVKtS I 33 SW 2nd AVE. MM. Madge DueFrene, Mgr. (Closed Sunday* K AMI Ml It UOOM-ATOP THE TAJ DINNER SERVED 5 to 9 • COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN 11 a.m. to I a.m. Special 50t Cocktail at luncheon trom 11 i r.i. to 3 p.m. | BiS€ GREETINGS FROM gigi ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 13205 N.W. 7th AVE. MU 1-5891 I. \YXE TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALLROOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL EVENTS. STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792 mHOTEL FOOL CAIJMUS If 1 1 heated Strictly Observed lv -RADIO IN EACH ROOM i Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach mi motion UN 6-8831 lAIIINICAl SUPERVISION ll&CH ON PREMISES Rc-bert Fields Robert Fields n of Mr and Fields oi 805 NE r Mitzt h on \ ... 8, al [•i nple Vdath Yeshurun, ol North Miami B ; lan will ofti< iatc, an I Can r Maurice Neu ,..,l chanl (he I turzy. Robert ias tb grader .it the John F. Kenned) Junior High S< hool Ki *'on will follow the service. Joseph I u ,lu ''••"' GffTER'S NtWLT DKPRATED ,AL REEF HOTEL KEJN AT 36th STREET • MI..MI BEACH *6£ F0 ily per person I SO Pec 20Ian 2: uble occ. ** (20 ol 105 ftfOT-s' Now to Dec. 20 I OTHER RATES AVAILABLE KOSHER MtALS INCLUDED I privitl ooer GEFTER ICH: 532-9749 (HEATED 4 # f • Chaise lounges • 21* TV gt • Free Self Patkmg • Entertainment I • Wiener Roasts • Movies • Games Nightly I • Orange Juice Oaily • Many Other Features Services Oaily. Full Time Mashgiach On Premise*. Salt ft Sugar Free Diets. No Etra Charge For Steaks Chops Roasts. PoolsiJe Snack Bar. < AW C0N0. Ilnd. Cont.) PRIVATE BEACH A POOL '1 4 i < i i i < 4 < i i 4 i i i KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Now Open Victor Bidone's where Elegance in Dining is A Tradition 1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 SUPERB SPANISH CUISINE CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT OPEN FROM SPANISH RESTAURANT NOON 'TIL 5 A.M. BISCAYNE BLVD. 374-1752 cledo LUNCH DINNER Fr


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1 Lay. November 27, 1964 +Jewl6Mhrklk>r) Page 15-E Morris Orlin, 61 Passes Away Morr owner ol the Land <'i Glass ii Mirror Works, died N tie was 61. Mr Orlin came in Miami from Cleveland, 0., 19 years .i o and lived with bis w i f e l.ill. a t 2014 SW lith Ter. He was a member of Beth Dav id Synagogue, and of Farband and the Zionist Organization. Morris Orlin Surviving, besides his widow, arc three sons. Dr. David Orlin, of Daytona Beach, Martin and Jerry, of Miami: a daughter. Mrs. Ruth Sokoloff. of Miami: two brothers, Jchn and Saul Orlin, of Cleve-i Kind; a sister. Mrs. Judy Mallet, ol Shamokin. Pa.; and nine grandchildren. Services were held Nov. 20 at Cordon Funeral Home, with interment in Alt. Nebo Cemetery. [Audrey Hepburn starts life in "My Fair Lady as an unkempt, Idirty and vulgar denizen of the London gutters, but she emerges through Rex Harrison's efforts as this beautiful and culItjvated lady in lavish clothes who is attending the snobbish [Ascot Races. "My Fair Lady," the sumptuous S17 million War|ner Bros, production in Tecnicolor and Super Panavision 70 is [now showing on a reserved-seat basis at the Lincoln Theatre. I.Miss Hepburn and Harrison ate the top-line stars of the film, 1 which George Cukor directed and lack L. Warner, president of Warner Bros., produced. The music was written by Frederick Loewe. Book and lyrics are by Alan Jay Lerner who also [prepared the screenplay. LEGAL NOTICE IN--ECC NTY JUDGES COURT \ --.D OR DADE COUNTY. FLOP DA IN PROBATt Mo. IS277-A • :I.K IN VOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE fcPPLlCAi ON FOR DISCHARGE A\J F NAL DISCHARGE Vi'TU'l n-hj Riven Hi..' I I'd i R. |K>rl and ivi i •! .mil Final i i %  'i..tih. .1 nml i ii.it nil • '. inli. r. 1864, "111 i ttblu Count} Judge* I ;..| |K .V I'OMIWNV nl 11th Kloor, I'M Kn-' h'Utajlvr Sln-ct, Miami, hlorlda Intends ;.. refflstt-r raid name ..• %  i, .1., Clerk ..' ih>' Circuit <'mirt ..i ii.i.i.County, Florida. K. l. COOK DAVID I' CATSMAN. ESQ. Attorney U-r It, 1.. I :ook 11 2", 1L' I-11 -IS Elias Rosch Klias Rosin. Miami mashgiach, of 540 15th St.. died Nov. 17 at the age of 79. Born and educated in Europe. he first settled in Brooklyn, and in 1946 came to Miami Beach. He was a member of Congresation Beth Tlilah. Tifereth Israel, Bnai B'rith and Mizrachi. Surviving are his wife. Sadie; 1 a son. Joseph C. Elias; two daughters. Mrs. Nettie Stolper and Mrs. Irving Shalom, of Miami Beach; five grandchildren, including Rabbi P. Stolptr. director, NCSY Un%  ion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations; Rabbi D. Stolper. editor and youth director; Mrs. Samuel Labowitz. of Swampscott, Mass.; I Paul and Ronald Rosch. In charge of services was RiverMile Memorial Chapels. Junior Auxiliary at Races Day NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIKKKIiy IJIVKN Hi.u • i. in -ii Ina 'i. eiujase in • i • in in...i,ii. -I •; >l: 'i IN AT rs S.W, ISTth St., Ml ... register -. %  i %  t rierk of iii. Cl nil ml Kloi I.I.I %  Wool.IN %  %  \ II. r II-27, 12/4 I.NDER NAME LAW \l\ HIVKN hill lltln mi lilt' < I'MiKIIWKI%  I • •i.i .. [Intel • h. I. rk of tl i .. 12 1-11-1S CERTIFICATE OF CORPORVTE D SSOLUTION '^ 'HP NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA M.l To WHOM TIIKSi: I'liKS''\!.SKAI.I. c„MK, UIUBETINOH .'Y".'.'-.'-. MEltUK I.ITMAN. Ml1 <"ir. ri.i.iui.A: M vim S M...V ..'• "• i"iiii>\: M v it c > .->. ||.Y NI ?••!;. J"AM1 BEACH. Kl.t.lt1:I\III LV l'l'!:V<>ST. MIAMI % %  > I'tembor, A. i >. I %  •--.•. cauae to i""..;..i im.i... u v uwa of the MffltoM Vvi." L '' AN AMBPICAN .'•. m( ;, ,„n,.,r;ul„n, with 111,.. l?t .7 AC, J. 1'ADE Col'NTY. In %  "itli i f '" rlll:1 %  '' vli.T.n.~ I 1 \,'v „.' liil10 •"•' "" the ISth iliiv f Uw ..fu... ol in. HMNtery ..f 'h. state nf lluilila. the docI mill li.Tiiy I ..n i-fto ;.-.... %  i •-"liiiri'ii UMiii-r J r, Florida si;,i„„. s .howdlaaolutlon f .n.h Xci required under ., i pin thereto' inerero-e, u „. Secretary of I %  ',"',hemliy ..,-iifv i,, ,i„. f,„-,.. 'ii'r,'m7 '"' '" Mitlafled that the Swlt"h.' ""' '•'"' hav '"'" u. *, l ', rNKSS WHEREOF, 1 have nf.i.'"'", K '' ,v hand and have he G .in Real ,,,,i,,. state ,,.'."";. in Tallahawiee. the I "l:.v \.""" 'he KK1HTRBNTH Lah 1 '" N v EMBER, A.D. IM4. a TOM ADAMS "' %  vi < I..IJ „i yiate U/tl/U IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. bJC I07b4 I'lH.I.U: SAVINGBANK OK THE i 'I PY K NEW ^ "RK, I'l.iinlifl. \ I:I:\I iN ESCH %  %  • el al, l i, •. ml.i iNOTlCc OF SUIT Ti i .i It ri') '.-ii' i Ft,., lor) K.ml SI I. %  •'. %  -. III. I "In i \ • %  M..1I \'..n • .. il.nl I K ESTATE*" 111. ivol ii %  I '.i %  Hi I ...,|. r..,, %  ... nether 1th Vend 'i llll •, ii in file .i %  -i'..nHive lileadinK I • plaint with the Clerk ol ilu afun said i .mil verve %  > > %  ; upon plaintIfTe all' rne\ M VIITIN FINE, l>ude I ,;, i il r.iil.lin M .'in. I'l.'ii.l.i 33131, ilui ia.ii i than l*\ '" r 28, MM, or a I'm Cuuleaao will l>o entered AAalnal you. DATED: November 24, IMt. i: |i I.i.A'lllKU.MAN. Cn-i k ..i ii.. "Irouli Cort i>, ;1 l) H) : '". I" COl'BUAND LlVpui) Clerk MARTIN FINE Hail,Federal Btrildlng Miami. Florida, 3J131 n;--;. is i-ii-is Junior Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, is sponsoring a day at Ti-opical Park on Wcdnestlay. Air-conditioned buses will leave at 10 a.m. for the club house at the track, where lunch will be served. After the races, the buses will return. In charge' of reservations is Mrs. J. Rechtschaffer. GREETINGS is. J. IIYKI:S IKON WOIIKS IXC. B DYKES 1350 N W. 21st TERRACE NE 3-3483 COMPLIMENTS OF lltAMi W. ^Illll PRESIDENT DAPHNE ADELMAN OF JWVA 330 EXTENDS CHAMUKA GKttTINGS to Hie Entiro Auxiliary and Pa*f, Slate Depa'tment Pretident, and all Aaxiliaries throughout Florida HAPPY CHANUKA STUART'S-KANTER JUVENILE SHOES Fitting Is Our Profession BERNARD KANTER Capezios-The Stride-Rite Shoe 70 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Ph. 443-1989 7483 Dadeland Mall Ph. 666-0584 6 0 8 a b w5§§ 6h 4 WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY CHAN'JKA Piiblix Super Markets "Where Shopping is a Pleasure" TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard Surfside TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HIALEAH ENGINEERING CORPORATION CORRUGATED BOX MACHINERY 5550 N.W. 35th COURT Ph. 633-2639 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HI-LITE NEON INC. NEON & PLASTIC SIGNS 6354-56 S.W. 8th STREET MO 5-1215 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HILL FAN COMPANY PLEXIGLASS SKYLIGHT FANS (MOSTLY FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION) 3397 N.W. 67th ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA OX 1-6001 CHANUKA GREETINGS Phone JE 3-4475 ECONOMY RENT A CAR SERVICE, INC. NO H/DDEN FtiS NO GIMMICKS 825 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS GELHAUS PURE OIL SERVICE STATION FRONT WHEEl ALIGNMENT MECHANIC ON DUTV Firebird Gasolines-Pure Tires-Botteries-"$rvice is Our Business' 1700 RED ROAD Ph. 666-6961 HOLIDAY GREETINGS ACME INNDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL, INC. 5001 E. 10th COURT HIALEAH Ph. 681-4371 HAPPY CHANUKA 13 YI.OkMI A. HOSIXi i:iJI REALTOR 220-71st Street, Miami Beach UN 5-8012



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merican Jewish Committee in Confab Here "Jewish Floridian Maior Current Probl r' Facing Community Will Be Explored in Sessions Florida. Friday. November 27. 1964 Section C MORRIS ABRAM president DR. JOHN StAWSON executive vice president leffOr COUINS featured speakr SERVICE IN CAUSE OF HUMAN DELATIONS iax Orovitz to Receive Special ward at Banquet Saturday Eve Max nr ivitz, distinguished comku>nal leader here, nationally Lnd abroad, will be honored at %  he Suiuro..j night, Dec 5, banloart ol tinNational Executive Board o( the American Jewish fcommittee meeting at the Fon| pbli aM Hotel. uz %  HI he honored with special award tor service in [' his appointment to the National Campaign Cabinet niled Jewish Appeal. president of Mt. Sinai ital ol Greater .Miami, be i hairman a\ s0 someone who. '' '". lias made important in%  ""• •' %  into the public conscience •"*>' the thrust of his views and i action; • He served as first legal >icl ul th" Peace Corps at the time of its formation. • Me was the attorney in the % %  Jor Supreme Court case which •truck down Georgia's county li ction system and its devoting rights to the peoIhe state's most populous Counting unties, • lie acted as the attorney on the lam HIS Americus. Ga.. case involving five young men. while and Negro, and his successful injunction stayed further proceeding* against them on an old capital punishment statute. • He is currently the U.S. member Of the UN Sub-commit tee on the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection Of Minorities and has been fight ing Soviet anti-Semitism. Other Achievements These arc hut a few Of the high points in a career that has been marked by a diversity of Interest and a strong sen-e ol commitment to the coinpellm'j issues ol our time. In the interest of his commit nieiii. be can ,-wini against the current. For example, he was the co-sponsor of the first large FHA for middle income housing project available to Negroes in his native state of Georgia. Though be was born, raised ami educated originally in the South, he ha.won a widespread and well-earned reputation as a courageous and effective civil rights advocate and as a man who would not hesitate to fight for Negro rights in an atmosphere that was far from favorable. A few days before the 1960 Presidential election, be participated in the phone call to Sen John F Kennedy and helped set the stage for the by now famous Continued on Page 8-C LeRoy Collins, director of the new Federal Community Relations Service, will he featured speaker at the dinner next Sal urday night at the National Executive Board meeting of the American Jewish Committee. A native of Tallahassee born in 1909. be was Governor of Florida from 1954 to 1980, after having served in the State Legislature from 1934 to 1952. Prior to his current Federal position, he was president of the National Association of Broadcasters. Governor Collins' grandfather. a circuit-riding Methodist minister, moved Irom Texas to Florida in 1870. His father was in the grocery business, and his mother, the former Mattie Brandon, was a schoolteacher before her marriage. A Law Career Young Collins graduated with honors from Leon High School in Tallahassee, and his lather agreed to match whatever amount he could earn and save toward further education. Collins worked lor a year and a half as a gTOC cry clerk, and this earned him a business course at Eastman School of Business. Puughkccpsie. N.Y. In two years as a hank teller, he was able to save enough lor a one-year law course at Cumberland University, Lebanon. Tenn After passing the bars of Florida. Tennessee, and Arkansas. Collins ran for his first political office in 1932. for Leon County Prosecutor, but was deteated by about 100 votes. Two years later, he was elected to the State House of Representatives, and remained there for 18 years. e\ cept for a period of service in the U.S. Navy. He was first elected Governor on the Democratic ticket November 2. 1954. to fill the unexpired term of Gov. Dan McCarty. w ho died in office. Two years later, he deleated former Gov. Fuller Warren and four other opponents in the primary*. anr was chosen for a full four-year term. GOV. Collins has been chairContinued on Page 10-C SoutLrn iQcgion CfatLring ^4lso ScltcduU SiYMOUR SAMET assistant 'o former governor



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V^ November 27. 1964 *Jewisti Fhridrtew Paqe 3-C SCHEDULE SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE HERE ON DEC. 3-4 liami Gears to Host National Convention Here I M ter Miami Chapter of \ He. has joined with M0 all over the country m i .-'up expansion camr ,,|,., the leadership ot •vjd B. Fleemsm, honorary chapter, and the I uembershlp Expansion I has launched a drive | I he rolls of AJComrmt %  the I wo year period I • national office. I v; ..campaign was | only recently, new units have been E the local mem,.; ; i) mui>. Memi. email's Expansion [ MrBernard I,., %  .., i man, William J ra .. Di Martin Hello. Staniert I) Blum Jr.. Morris Burk, Eliot Aaron Foosancr. %  OKI r'riedman, Melvyn B. \ % %  i William K. Gladstone, Goldstein, Melvin N. ,. : Dr Morton Halpern. [sberg, Dr. George I Mr and Mrs. Gerald I Walter Kovner, Dr. i nbcrg. Dr. and Mrs, I Levine. Mrs. Milton b| Herbert Markow, Mr. Joel Meyer, Kenneth ten Dr Robert Kaplan. Ira bgol : ; chard A. Ballot. Mrs. In! :•—n, Robert 1. Shapiro. I Scharlin, Dr. and Mrs. Man Silverman, Mrs. Sue fcvi Irs M A. Sumberg. Mr. Kenneth Treister, Bart I an I Wall. Mrs. Philip tinsti ir. and Marshall Wise. Local Issues The v omfnittee. recognizing |ai "• chapter must be able up and be counted in tackling the many local issues that confront the Jewish community today, has planned a series of activities not only for signing up new members, but tor giving them an orientation with A.K'ommittee as a way of life. All new members have been invited to attend the Southern Re cinnal Conference and National Executive Board meeting and will be hCnOred at the cocktail reception immediately preceding the Saturday evening banquet. The meeting Oi the National Executive Board in Miami affords a unique opportunity for the local chapter to meet with leaders of American Jewry from HI over the country and to discuss areas of concern and guidelines for agency programming. Hostesses Listed In addition to the plenary and workshop sessions scheduled at the Pontainebleau Hotel the Miami chapter Planning Committee has arranged a number nt social events for the out-oftown delegates. On Fridaj even tag, Dec. ::. some 4" homes ot local chapter leaders will be the scene of dinner parties to which all visitorha v.been invited. Mrs. Marcella llotmayer. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Sydne> Weintraub have served as the Home Hospitality Committee and will in addition be entertaining the visitors in their own homes. Details of the banquet include a tribute to Max Orovitz for his outstanding services in the cause of human relations: an address by former Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins, director of the CommunContinted on Page 14-C [Milestones in History Of Committee Work 1904—CzariSt Russia's oppression of Jews spurs creation an Jewish Committee to protect the civil ard religion r ghts of .lews in the United States and abroad, founding leadermen such as Dr. Cyrus Adler. Jacob 11 Schiit. ( yrus I Mayer Sulzberger and Louis Marshall — vow to -alleviate the consequences of persecution and to afford relief trom affecting Jews wherever they may occur Within months of its establishment, the Committee had I rebuild Jewish institutions leveled by earthquakes in ranchwo and Sicily and initiated plans for mass protest Bga -: Soviet anti-Semitism. ; %  • 19C7-13 \.TC assumes responsibility ror preparing Arnerlew lewiJh Year Book." standard, authoritative record ot W< and trends in world Jewish lite. AJC opposes discriminatory and restrictive immigration PoB ies of i s %  year fight, led by Louis Marshall, opposing Cjtarist R discrimination against Americans of Jewish faith, rei U.S abrogation of 1832 Russo-AmWican Treats oi onv Integrity of American citizenship vindicated Amendment to New York Civil Rights Law, supported by U prohibits advertisement of religious and ra ial liscnminhotels and other public places. Other Matelater rollout 1914-20—Following outbreak of World War 1 AJC provides lor isolated Palestine Jews and pla maior roll ereol Join. Distribution Committee tor rescuing Jewish wai In Europe. I'pon IS entry into the war. AJC leaders help create NaI Jewish Welfare Board to minister to need.Ot Jewisn mr--,ber s of the armed forces. ... New immigration law. advocated by AJC accepts \idd.sn and Hebrew as languages in literacy tests for immigrants w l-nited States. AJC endorses Balfour Declaration, to establish Palestine as Jewish homeland. „ Committee delegation, led by Louis Marshall, plays leaal!! role in Paris Peace Conference decision to include minorityrights provisions in peace treaties. AJc exposes the spurious anti-Semitic "Protocols ot the Elders of Zion." 1W3-27-AJC plea in Oregon school case before I'.S. Su' Continued on Page 5-C MRS. CHARLES fINKUSTfIN president COt. NATHAN ROOD regional co-chairman JAMES R. KATZMAN Florida chairman ANALYSIS WILL BE MADE Extremism to be Major Subject Under Discussion Extremism as a continuing concern of the American people. particularly in the perspective of the recent national elections, will be one of the principal subjects on the agenda of the American Jewish Committee's National Executive Board meeting Dec. 4 to 6 here David Danzig, associate director of the American Jewish Committee, will be speaking, and leading discussions on the problems of extremism and intergroup relations at a number of the Executive Board sessions. Danzig has expressed the view that the conspiratorial section of the right-wing." though overwhelmingly repudiated at the polls, acquired some degree ot ••political legittmracj In analyzing extremism, he will discuss such questions as; • What is the effect of the Radical Right on the two-party system? • Will the Radical Right become more of a conspiracy as a result of their repudiation in the elections'.' • Are extremists and conservatives the same'.' • How docs the Radical Right relate to: anti-Semitism, racism, civil rights, the fight on poverty" Social Gangsterism The respectable context of the national elections has been invaded by tacticthai could be characterized as "social gangsterism," Danzig has found, and DAVID DANZIG associate director he views the Radical Right "as borrowing these tactics and conspiratorial techniques from the Communist left." However, the election was both a "clear and strong reaffirmation" of the American consensus on basic issues which have had a large measure of support from both parties for some three decades, as well as a forthright re pudiation of the Radical Right. "This consensus, supported by a landslide victory at the polls, embodies a public policy of a basic program of social welfare. the advancement of civil rights and a bipartisan foreign policy." he says Liberals and conservatives may differ in varying degrees on aspects of the consensus, but they are committed to its underlying principles and reject, as they did In the past election, any reversal of the consensus. Danzig adds. Fostering Tensions Nevertheless, in Danzig's view, extremists of the far right "have enough strength and drive to foster tensions and group hostilities wherever they have strong concentration of numbers or where unsettled community problems exist, such as school integration." He foresees that the far right will continue to play an important role in some. regional and local political conflicts. As tar as the national election as a whole is concerned. Danzig has said that the Goldwater strategy was to bring about a rational right wing coalition made up of segregationists, antieivil rights elements, natlvists and even genuine conservatives. However, the attempt of this right-whig bloc to reverse the American consensus waoverwhelmingly rejected at the polls by members of both parties. This right wing coalition, which was %  f ormed under the banner i.f opposition to the Federal power involved in enforcing the civil rights oi Negroes, gained considerable national visibility." Executive Board discussions will consider the future of the right-wing bloc which Danzig sees as concentrating its efforts on "widening the gap between the national will, expressed so strongly in the election, and its actual implementation at the level of the local community—between abstract support for civil Continued on Page 11-C BARON Of HWKCH MEYER party chairman DAVID FtEEMAN expansion campaign chairman MRS. BERNARD STEVENS co-chairman



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Lay. November 27. 1964 *Jtnist>Fk-rfues. o 1946-47 AJC President Proskauer. at Anglo-American CommitU ., „| [nquiry, urges admission of lOO.OOO DPS to Palestine. \ supports Palestine partition plan. U< Alliance Israelite Cniverselle and Angh>Jew. S h Association form Consultative Council of Jewish OrganiMt.tons. ,., led to the UN. to safeguard rights ol Jews, and human '"' '"; ICopens y isuropeaa headquarters in Par. to help protect ol Jews in Europe and North Africa, speed their tategralion, strengthen communal life. UC files brief in U.S. Supreme Court on released turn pro( ourl bars reUgtOUS instruction in public sctwois. AJC and Anglo-Jewlsh Association of Great Britain sponsoi London Conference on needs of Jews in post-war Europe. \u delegation led by Jacob Blaustein, at Pans Peace Conference, successfully advocates human-rights guarantees and restitution provisions in peace treaties. 1948-50-A.IC establishes office in Buenos Aires to help protect rights of Jews in Latin America. Program Nffm democratic institutions and fosters integration of Jews into Latin American communities. AJC President Blaustein urges U.S. recognition of Israel. In U.S. Supreme Court. AJC opposes enforcement of racial restrictive covenants. Court's ruling is first victory against such covenants. ., M Premier Ben Gurion and AJC President Blaustein. in historic meeting, agree on principle that -Israel ngmtjlUI jpcaks only in behalf of its own citizens (and) has no intention to interfere in any way in the internal affairs of Jewish communities abroad." ,. ,, ,„ __„, UC sponsored five-volume "Studies in Prejudice VVF" and Brothers) hailed by nation's social scientists. 'The Autnontarian Personality." basic volume in the seiies. has stimulated more than l.OOO further studies. 1951-52-Publication of AJC's "Jews in the Soviet Union 'Syracuse University Press) marks first exposure of Soviet antiSemitism. Second volume, "Jews in the Soviet Satellites, toilows two years later. ,. ,• ,. f AJC President Blaustein plays vital role in negotiation 0 8B22.noo.000 restitution settlement with Federal Republic o Germany in behalf of Israel and Conference on Jewish Matcri.i Claims against Germany. Similar agreement is negotiated with Austria two years later. „.... AJC files brief in U.S. Supreme Court to stop state courts from granting damages for breach of racial restrictive covenants Court affirms Committee's stand. 1954-55-AJC delegation, led by President Irving M. Engel. Surveys problems confronting 500.000 Jews of Morocco. Algeria and Tunisia. Committee fights for their right to choose cit.zens "ip with full equality, as well as to emigrate unhindcied. Committee brief in Supreme Court and AJC-sponsored icMarch on effect of prejudice on personality contribute to aeus">n banning school segregation. m AJC co-sponsors second London Consultative Conference ol ''wish Organizations to determine program for insuring Jcwisn continuity in Western Europe and North Africa, and to discuss %  elation of Jews there to Israel. • 1956-S7—President Engel urges U.S. action to end discrimin1AC0B BLAUSUIN meeting wilh B-C JOSEPH PROSKAUcR long-time leader IUDGI JMAVfR SlUZBfRGER among AJC founders CARDINAL IM boffle against injusfico ation bj Arab League nations against citizens of Jewish faith. AJC on its 50th anniversary, sponsors Arden House Conference on Croup Life in America, attended by distinguished social and political scientists, to appraise future role of religioethnic groups in American life. Pioneering AJC "Riverton Study" reveals attitudes of Jews toward themselves and their neighbors. Subsequently, more extensive "Lakcvillc" project is launched to profile Jews in suburbia. 19S7-59-Pope Pius XII. addressing AJC delegation, in his first private audience with a Jewish group, urges nations to provide haven for refugees fleeing persecution; condemns racial and religious persecution as evil blight" and -violation of fundamental rights." Ground is broken for Institute of Human Belations. AJC's permanent headquarters and hub for research and practical application in human relations. With Anglo-Jewish Association and Alliance Israelite Cniverselle, AJC launches Community Service program in Europe to foster religious, cultural and educational cooperation among Jewish communities. AJC leaders meet in New York with Soviet Deputy Premier Mikovan to protest situation of Soviet Jewry. In testimony before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. AJC President Engel exposes housing discrimination in Washington. DC. 1960—Week-long series of conferences attended by more than 200 leading Americans, marks dedication of AJC's Institute of Human Relations. Studies of "executive suite" discrimination in American in dustry are initiated by AJC at Harvard University Graduate School of Business, University of Michigan. University of California at Los Angeles Graduate School of Business. AJC stimulates program which brings teams of West German educators to study US. teaching methods in education for democracv. Project continues in cooperation with West German Government. Institute of International Education. Ford Foundation, New World Foundation. 1961—Premier Ben-Gurion and Jacob Blaustein. in a joint statement, strongly reaffirm their 1!)50 understanding on relations between Israel and American Jews, that Israel has "no desire and no intention to interfere in any way in the internal affairs of Jewish communities abroad." Unprecedented course in intergroup relations is developed and endow ned by AJC at Catholic-sponsored Pro Deo University for Social Studies in Rome. Vatican Council, seeking to deal with historic sources of religious anti-Semitism, asks AJC to submit three memoranda covering image of the Jew in Catholic teaching and liturgy, and proposals for relieving religious tensions between Catholics and lows. AJC'S Buenos Aires office mobilizes Argentine community and religious leaders in fight against mounting anti-Semitic outbreaks in Argentina Subsequently. Tacuara—major neo Nazi group—is outlawed by government. 1962— Faith and Prejudice (Yale University Pressi reports findings of seven year Yale Divinity School study, in cooperation with AJC. examining bias in Protestant teaching materials. Encouraged by AJC. similar self-studies by Catholic and Jewish institutions are under way. AJC opens office in Israel to help interpret the U.S. to Israel, clarify relationship between Israel and Jews in other lands. AJC files brief with U.S. Supreme Court in Regents Prayer case. Court rules prayer is unconstitutional, reaffirms principle of church-state separation. President Kennedy confers with AJC delegation on Arab League discrimination against U.S. citizens, and other humanrights issues. To furthei research and training. AJC establishes \ lsiting Professorship in Intergroup Relations in Department of Social Psychology, Columbia University. AJC's Institute of Human Relations will cooperate in developing curriculum and research. % %  > 1963—AJC welcomes Augustin Cardinal Bea, one of the main architects of the Vatican Council resolution condemning anti-Semitism, to Institute of Human Relations for discussions with American Jewish religious leaders. AJC accords civil rights top program priority. Appoints Honorary President Irving M. Engel chairman of Special Committee on Race Relations. Responding to President Kennedy's call for assistance in promoting equal employment opportunities, AJC convenes 125 business and industrial leaders for all-day Washington meeting on responsibility of industry in race relations. AJC's exposure of discriminatory patterns in utility indusiry spurs major U.S. corporations to consult on ways to eliminate discrimination in the "executive suite." • o 1964— AJC's 57th annual meeting hears Cardinal Spellman declare: "Anti-Semitism can never find a basis in the Catholic religion." AJC delegation is given audience with Pope Paul VI, who praises Committee's work and states that Cardinal Spellman spoke "my sentiments." Three-year Catholic self-study of bias in religious texts, encouraged by AJC, is completed at St. Louis University, offers concrete suggestions for avoiding distorted portrayals of other religious and ethnic groups. AJC President Morris B Abram exposes Soviet anti-Semitic publication, "Judaism Without Embellishment." Worldwide protest against this Nazi-like hate book causes its withdrawal in the Soviet Union. AJC leaders complete three-week fact-finding mission to Latin America. Report on anti-Semitism in Argentina, situation of Jews in Brazil, Chile and Peru and general status of human rights.



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Fridcy, November 27, 1964 fJewisti fkridtian Paqe 7-C lajor Problems Will be Discussed Here Continued from Page l-C Raymond D. Nasher. of Charles Wittenstein. AJC |$t ulh ca bac k| ash • dinn.t >es>ion. which is to be mob vio)ence in thc South an() %  hised b) AJC President Mor, o slR h analvsls | rl ; B Aliram on "Jews, Jewish and Social Issues—the Equation" with a commenur> by Dr. John Slawson. execI utive vice president. William P. Engel. of Birmingi.., m will preside at a Friday morning breakfast workshop. where decisions and recommendations will be reported by the chairman ol each regional sesI n Executive Board Thc Executive Board meeting I uili start immediately after. [While .-pei die hours for discussion of itagenda have not yet been firmly set. these are some 01 the ma.n topics to be explored Shaping the American Jewish I future. Dr. John Slawson, executue vice president of the Amer[ican Jewish Committee, is exjpeeti'd to report on a conference Ion the subject of Jewish identity [and integration, held earlier this month at the AJC's national headquarters in New York City. with two do/en outstanding "social thinkers" participating. Two specific questions in this area will be asked: What factors will determine whether Jew ish life in future American generations will wither or flourish? What can the American Jewish Committee and other Jewish organizations do today to affect the outcome" Another meeting will discuss interrtligious affairs, long a major concern of the American Jcwi-h Committee. Particular attention will be given to the decree on Catholic-Jewish relations at the Ecumenical Council in Rome, and how a new era in such relations is to be implemented. 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Chile, and Peru will report on its findings. can Jewish Committees membership expansion program, aimed at doubling the membership by the end of 1965. On Friday evening, members of the Greater Miami Chapter will entertain members from other communities attending the Southern Regional Conference and the Executive Board meeting. Saturday morning will be given over to Sabbath services. The American Jewish Committee, founded in 1906. is the pioneer human-relations agency in the I'nited States, protecting the civil and religious rights of Jews here and abroad, and advancing the cause of improved human relations for people everywhere. It has chapters in 88 cities across the I'nited States. 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FridcNove--ber 27. 1964 Jbrisf < florid for Vaqe 9-C ,AJC'$ Work in the Interrengious FieW cr n wd trom Pa# 2-C irom thr Anu-r .,.,,i u community 'The lt.il ,.,e .... ;. n May 22. 194 Tm : think, that atar e concerned, we (root childhood certain "tastruc..„ mtpmpt." as Franee> Isaac pal it The %  relationship v it %  until tintacl is The onlj our h >\ serious we are the .prriblo dam the centuries Vl • %  humor anri ;. toucl : diocesan puhlicati v mis Review" i Haj 8. jiU4 it-nted: 1: teresthuj to note that n pul % hinfl iww* about these fndmCi the ST Louis Post-Bisbate) ised thf headline. "Bia in Cathohc Tevt-. hU< thi National Catholu News ;#rvice headed the article. 'Cat.'. ( School Textbooks Found tarp Positive." Both evpres jioos --id be justified b) the coateru that lollowed. but thi* is it .r.dication that we have >om< *y to go in seeking ob jectlv : A healthy atmosphere is pr---.r:t ben a critical look IS thii is not only taken but pubUshet for the pencral public." Cetta '•' E nca u rs f mtnt White the St Louis Study renail thai there is much room lor in pro\e7Tent in the treatment .( Protestants and Jev> in L noli'religious textbooks. then also much cause for en courarement The very fact that such a study could be under taken at a Catholic University, and il> findingpublicly di-clos i>d. bpeakI new OptmtU and candor in facinj up to extremely sensitive problems. Particularly welcome h Sister Rose Albert's finding that recently-publishri materiak are more positive I d less defensive in their approach to other religiou? •'• an older textbookPerhaps most impressive Iihe %  • ol Catholic edu teaching sisters, and ill • • >• %  • tor the pre '_-": TO ALL OUR EN AND PATRONS .11 iY*S KMT SHOP I52C WAS HWG T O W AVE. Phone JE 8-9318 LOTSPEICH COMPACT lETaa INDUSTRIAL lithtifi Caatractor* Tilt-Tci Atpkmll Till 275 NE 59th STREET PL 4-1658 GREETINGS J. I W. 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Subsequently, invitations %  /ere received irom some tuen ty Catholic cotlejres, universities and seminaries Suffice it to say that Catholics are aetlvel> seeking communication and con -ultatior. with Jewish represen tatives to an unprecedented o> p-ee. Obviously, the process ol revising distorted or biased teach ing materials will gain enormouimpetus m many parts ol the world from an authoritative direr Uve on this question to emerge from the Ecumenical Council But in the I'nited States, in an atmosphere of increasinc com munication and understanding the process has long since start ed. Some days after The St LouiUniversity findwenreleased and widelj publicized, the super inteiideiitnl Catholu School.lor the Archdiocese oi \ev York and the Diocese o! Brooklyn i rote ir. a joint lettei to tn. Net York Time"We wish to assure (hi parents ol tin MM 000 children in New York City i hi attem Catholu schools and i""%  especiallj ti reassure our many Jewish and Protestanl Friends n the community thai then :in bias against Jewish 'rotestanl peopli Ii thi text in use 11 the Catholu schools ol New York City "We feel wi cat safely say tha: tinrecommendations o! the SI Louis stud] have been in list II. the religious curncular materials employed In the Catholic schoolol New York City." Those arc encouraging words and we must welcome the spirit whu-h prompted them, the same spirit which made the St Louis University Btudy possible, and which will continue to guide Christians and Jew.in their etforts to ensure that prejudice may never claim the sanction ol religious authority. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry oi LOUIS SHERRY REALTOR extend Best Wishes for c Happy Chanulca to All 1 Lincoln Rd. 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SUPER MARKET 1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH MR. CHARLES REICHENTHAL Former Gov. Collins Will Speak at Dinner Continued from Page 1-C man of the National Governors Conference and of the Southern Governors Conference, and was chairman of the National Public Advisory Committee for Area Development of the U.S. Commerce Department. A New Director The Community Relations Service, which Governor Collins directs, was set up under the 1964 Civil Rights Act within the U.S. Commerce Department. Primary responsibilities of the Service are set forth in Title X of this Act The title says its functions are "to provide assistance to communities and persons therein resolving disputes, disagreements or difficulties relating to discrimination, practices based on race, color or national origin which impair the rights of persons in such communities under the Constitution or laws of the United States or which affect or may affect interstate commerce.' In carrying out this mission, the Community Relations Service has set for itself a number of objectives: • To develop a conciliation service of superior competence TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS LILLIAN BERNSTEIN "interior decorator'' 1970 N.E. 188th STREET Ph. 945-4300 to aid communities where and as needed, within the authority granted. • To seek to bring litigation and disputes to prompt settlements through voluntary compliance with the law. • To reflect at all times an understanding Of environmental conditions so that the Service will be able to work harmoniously with local officials and citizens. • To establish effective liaison with existing organizations concerned with the elimination of discrimination ha>ed upon race, color, creed or national origin. • To "stablish effective liaison with all Federal agencies havinu responsibilities under the law in the field of human relations, so that duplication of effort will be voided and economy and efficiency will be realized. • To utilize the cooperation of appropri.ite state or local, pub lie or private agencies whenever possible. • To advance voluntary gen eral compliance and thus prevent possible disputes through the use of the mass communications media, business, industry, labor and private organizations. •To challenge the citizens ot America to responsibility and unity under the law. Solution of Problems President Lyndon B. Johnson has said: "The task of the Community Relations Service is to help communities solve problems of human relations through reason and common sense." To assist the Service in this work. President Johnson has appointed several hundred citizens across the United States to an Advisory Committee. They make up a pool of available manpowR. C. Anderson FLOORS & INTERIORS. INC. 4200 N.W. 2nd AVE. "featuring the finer floor*" EXTENDS TO ALL A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA CUSTOMER RELATIONS PROBLEMS? Put em on a BERNER and Watch the Ideas Sizzle! SPECIALTIES BUSINESS & GOODWILL GIFTS The BERNER Company ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES AND SERVICES 343 Alcazar Avenue Coral Gables, Fla. Phone HI 4-4041 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED ... AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE RAY and DO\ 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-304!) (1 Block Off Grand Ave. Near P.O.) HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRANK O. PRUITT & SONS. INC. -INSURANCE350 NE 15th STREET Phone 377-0691 er for voluntary, non-compensated assistance, and are to be called upon by the director for specific duties commensurate with special needs and expertise. On their own. members of this group are to encourage compli ance with laws against discrimi nation and to foster improved communications between those of different race, color, religion, and national origin. Seymour Samet. Florida director of the American Jewish Com mittee. recently became Special Assistant to Governor Collin>. Samet will be among the parti cipants at next week's meeting A number of American Jewish Committee members are on the Service's Advisory Committee by appointment of President Johnson. Floridians include Louis Wolfson. of Jacksonville, and Mitchell Wolfson. of Miami. Dr. Slawson Continued from Page 4-C sion to Israel during which meet ings with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and other top-level government officials further strengthened the bridge of understanding between Israeli> and American Jew-. Visit to Germany In 1959. Dr. Slawson visited Germany and met with a number of West German Government, educational and political leaders and social scientists. These meetings explored the problem of the almost total lack of know .edge of German youth about the Hitler period. Particular emphasis was placed on the importance of utilizing human relations principles and techniques in the development of a mora democratic society. As a result, groups of German educators have been coming to the United States twice each year to stud/ American methods in citizen education. Dr. Slav, son has written authoritative works on Juvenile delincy, child welfare, mental hygiene and Jewish communal life. 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^ November 27. 1964 •fJenisii fhridiari Paqe 11-C iking Community Leaders are Expected |jnued from Page 4-C KI, H iDiiMtleration at the lieu! Council. in national and civic Hoffman was assistant [counsel ol the War ProHoard in charge of the kaif which serviced the [Produotfl Bureau of the He former.y served on U; %  filiations and Trade Committee of the Bar Asof tlie City of New (During the Korean con uas appointed as HearuiiiSNioner of the Nation luction Authority for the Irk-New Jersey areas. Legal Counsel to World War II. he act{al counsel to the Unitki-ih Appeal of Greater wk. the Joint Distribution %  tee, and the National Service. He is founder I'm ted Jewish Appeal of New York, a member i Notional Council of the Distribution Committee khe Board of Trustees and and Allocation ComDt the Jewish Community >i Essex County. past chairman of the kit) Relations Committee County, and he has also E chairman of the Joint Appeal National Coun|UJA Initial Gifts chairI his community. iber of Phi Beta Kappa tmouth, and the Law of Yale Law School. Hoffus on the Board of Dijf several business and Ite corporations. |rnamic Personality Appleman of New [chairman of the Jewish Committee's Trustees, is an oil prond investments entreThe AJC's Board of supervise the fiscal and |ont policies of the Comnd maintains a contin|;itionship with other groups. The chairlected by a national Delegates. an has been a mem; American Jewish Comce he was 21 years old, pas a Committee reprcfrom the State of Oklar. and Mrs. LAUDE NSHAW >h their y friends fry happy IANUKA CHANUKA 4 UAMR BEAUTY 5ALON st Flagler St. [446-2881 GREETINGS inn Tuttle • INSURANCE CIAUST • 444-7416 444-9535 >RAL WAY homa. He is vitally concerned with discovering and uprooting the causes of all forms of prejudice. A dynamic personality who is a man of action rather than of words. Appleman is particularly interested in expanding AJC activities in the Southwest. Rocky Mountain, and West Coast states, and also in obtaining wider exposure lor the work of the Committee. Appleman has served on the Cabinet Committee of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, and is a member of the board of Monteliore Hospital. He was born in Marietta, 0.. in 19M. graduated form Tulsa iOkla.i Hi^h School, and received a BA in Economics from the Wharton Sehool of Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania. Spotlight Sets on Extremism Continued from Page 3-C rights nationally and specific opposition to its implementation locally." His Background Danzig serves the American Jewish Committee as associate director. As deputy to the executive vice president, he is directly responsible [or implementim* the Committee's many-faceted human relations programs. A graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. Danzig was national program director of the I'nited Service Organization (l'SO> from 1912 to 1916. He joined the American Jewish Committee in 1947 and was program director from 1949 to 1963. when he assumed his present post. Danzig's articles appear in Mich publications as •Commentary." 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His affiliations include membership in the Council on Social Work Education, the National Association of Intcrgroup Relations Officials, the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service, and the American Council for the International Promotion of Democracy. He is a trustee of the Foundation for International Progress in Management and a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Human Progress. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE SEWING MACHINES REPAIRS & SERVICE 625 N.E. 125th ST. Ph. 759-4586 North Miami 'i MRS. L. SILVERMAN & FAMILY and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1113 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish All Their Patrons and Friends a Happy Chanuka TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA OtAiA X. HH KlOItU DRESSMAKING 5573 N.E. 3rd AVE. Ph. 754-4962 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Paul Bwker TAILOR MENS TAILOR SHOP & ALTERATIONS 4363 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 445-1177 We Are The Wall Covering Leader in the South! 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Until 1936. the Committee consisted Of, .-cvcral hundred distinguished American Jews. Among them were such men as Louis Marshall. Jacob Schiff. Adolph Lewisohn, Felix Warburg, Cyrus Adler. Rabbi Judah Magnes, Julius Rosenwald, Sol Stroock, -Mayer Sulzberger. Today, some 30.000 men and women from more than 600 communities arc members of the American Jewish Committee. They are educators, judges, businessmen, lawyers, government officials, rabbis, labor leader-, publishers and writers. Some are Republicans, others Democrats. Some call themselves liberal, others conservative. They are orthodox, conservative and reform in religious practices. Triking Diversity Again, the striking fact of diversity, whether in membership or in program, or even in staff which under the direction of John Slawson. its executive head for the last lifteen years, is made up of specialists and practitioners in many fields—lawyers, educators, community relations auRENT FROM RYDER as Low as $7 per day pim Mil' M W • CHICK out LOWH tArts for Week, Month, long Term. • Late Models and Sites to Meet Any Requirements. • LOW RATES INCLUDE Gasoline, Service, Insurance o 1600 NW 21st Terrace Miami, Flo. NE 5-1371 o CALL NOW fOff DtTAIlS RYDER Truck Rental 1 i: \N' HKS P: FT. LAUDERDALE V N I > WEST PALM BEACH TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS C. A. SANTIAGO Hand Engraving 724 Dade Commonwealth Bldg. 139 NE. 1st STREET FR 3-5983 To All Greetings TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. Jomej B. Burgin Serving South Dade County and South Miami •525 50. 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During the more than half-century life of the AJC, a dramatic revolution in the status of minority groups in this country, including the Jews, has taken place. The great and growing acceptance of the principle of human equality in this country is probably as important an accomplishment aany other social manifestation A Happy Chanuka to All FLAIR OF MMAMM 2454 NW 5th AVENUE FR 3-5054 Jack Kamin Leonard Coleman Howard Margoluis To All A Most Happy CHANUKA THOMPSON PKFSS "the best in all types of printing" 1819 N.W. 79th STREET Ph. 634-2217 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE FR 3-2671 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FRICKER'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION SKYCHIEF SUPREME GAS Service Is Our Business' 18255 N.W. 57tti AVE. Ph. 621-9625 during this past half cc ..-> Barriers erected on t %  of religion, race or ct. origin are crumbling on e job, in the schoolroom, in "Using and public accommodati Bj now. the Committee an ts Institute are strn tag to insolidate gains and to seen • them. A wholesome relations!-. < must be assured between Jew nd all Americans, based not sympathy or tolerance but I luman equality in every rope A Nerve Center Oxer the year-, th.,;mmittee's impact and effe eness have been leit on man) ss and in many ways. Throug ts Institute, itprogl am to ith these challenges is bell vastly enriched. The InstitUti I Human Relations is rapid!; becoming a nerve center of ial at tion, a unique research I .1 educational institution, a ; rce lor seeking out the evils th >Iague man m his relationshi to his iellowmen. GREETINGS TO ALL Culver Carnival Supplies PARTVL.WD Order Now for New Y-ar's Party Hats. Favors. E:c. JOKES-GAGS & E T C. 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Move^ber 27. 1964 +Jenisti fltridliir Paqe 13-C Young Friend Talks About Chanuka ••Oh : m:kin 1 jl •' [ ALFRED SEGAL „ friend of mine writes pleaM tell us all ,„ k; (He's still young ,' iv HtwnflfeM *'"bich he i.) ., he goes on to say. a ve known all about a since 1 ws a sma •*•• .,,. so many other i who don't know the oi chanuka. So. please. port in your column on toward the Jewish edu,! fellow-students of mine university of our city." had received his letter U p this lad and said to Please, write a column about Chanuka. It'll be for .It-wish parents to •Hi! a young Jew who ill about Chanuka." Thanks!" he ex,„„1 a week later 1 re• ,.. esaj about Chanuka and 1 thank him tor this column for me to. ",nk:i ifligious Freedom I h muka," he writes. a i> a -.ureil day which ligioua freedom Ihe firs! occasion deprived people were ii service of God, |Jpeople, that i^. we l.,r. far back there nl nl our reliht> You might say Lk.i commemorates the lirth ol July in the mi to say this fir*t in freedom In the lerves a Jewish occaoccurred in the year pre the Christian er;i fc-.e young man reports. Vie in Jerusalem in had been defiletl by Syrians, and it was ees who by military pughl Jerusalem back ireedom in the |our One Cod was reAnd this occasion htii: celebrated by us Jven the several thou later, in the holy Chanuka. Oh. Mr. Is no occasion of oth[that keeps on being that long. Yes. we with lights in our mother lights up our living room with an additional candle, each of the eight evenings ot Chanuka." And this bright young man goes on to ask me: "Do you re itTPIWier. Mr*" Se*53l.-how TnT' Temple in Jerusalem was rededicated alter the heathens had been driven out? Do you remember''' And he goes on to report to all of those ot us who don't remember. Miracle of Oil "Yes." he says, "when the Temple was rededicated. only a very small jar of the Temple's holy oil was found in it. and there was only enough of oil to light up in the Temple for eight days in a candlestick until more holy oil could be obtained. Yes. and that'why we observe Chanuka with lighted candle in our living rooms each evening through eight days, each evening an additional candle until there are eight candles lighted in our house. "And each evening of Chanuka time, my mother stands before these candles saying a prayer, her hands sacredly on her lorehe.id. M> lather himself stands before the candles and speaks a blessing 'Blessed art Thou, r. Lord our Cod. King ol the I'm verse, who has sanctified us b> Thy commandments and com manded us to kindle the light ot Chanuka Blessed art Thou 0 Lord our <',nd. who wroughtest miracles for our fathers in days of old at this season. We kindle these lights on account of the miracle-, the deliveranceand the wonderwhich Thou didst work for our father.During all the eight days of Chanuka these lights are -acred, and we are only to look at them in order that we may give thanks unto CHANUKA WitMTLY %.. I1VC, ring, Paving & pipment Rental 187th STREET CE 5-3722 Ine, Fla. NES >NE SHOP >rk to Order JTELS id See Our Lanterns tern %  ne Mantels fl 9-0314 |54th STREET >V\I [GREETINGS TING TS 29 Street Herman, Al Thy name for Thy miracles, Thy deliver.inccs and Thy wonders'." Reciting of Psalm (Ye-, yes. I owe this entire column to this young man whose parent-, besides themselves benii; of Godly feeling, have been bringing their boy up toward such understanding. I'm handing on their noble example to all parents.) And the young man goes on to say: "Al the Chanuka service before the candle light, my father recites one ol the Psalms •Son." hi' .-ays to me. 'listen carefully to this.' and he reads Psalm 'M. saying: '1 will extol Thee. O Lord; for Thou hast drawn me up and hast not made my toes to rejoice over me Sing praise unto the Lord. O. ye. His loving ones, and give thanks to His holy name. For His anger is but for the moment; His favor lfor a lifetime Hear. O Lord, and be gracious unto me: Lord, be Thou my helper Thou hasl turned for me my mourning into dancing: Thou hast loosed my sack-Cloth and girded me with gladness: to the end that my glory may sing praise to Thee, and not be silent 0 Lord. m> Cod. I will give thankunto Thee forever'." GREETINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-6804 GREETINGS A. FHA1M O & MIX* Fine Luggage Repairs Wholesale Retail 1364 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 532-603: TO ALL CUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Goldman's 71st St. SHELL SERVICE 71st 4 ABBOTT UN 6-9951 HAPPY CHANUKA To Our Friends and Patrons Jim Wood Land Clearing 3085 N.W. 54th STREET Ph. 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"al military events for e recall iudah Maccabee rothers in our own time. Tcherifcover's View A an example of the meaning, |jr lack of a, of the Chanuka holi'•"• itself, I discovered that in Prof. Victor Tcherikovor's basic and authoritative study "Hellenistic Civilization and the Jews," Chanuka imissing from the book's Index. Indeed, the holiday itself appears to be minor in the historical survey by this Jewish scholar who devoted his entire career to the Hellenistic period In Jewish history. There are those historians who lay that the truth ot the matter jsthat the Maccabees themselves were "fanatict" and bloodthirsty and anyway, the Hasmonean kingdom established after the victory of Jud-h Maccabee over the Greek Syrian oppressors, did not hist very long. What is more. Prof" Tcherikover tries to tell US -genttv. it is tiw-that Antio Chus was not suoh a bad fellow and that the repressions and persecutions he introduced were a result of Jewish rebelliousness, and not the reverse: that is. that it wasn't against Antiochus ex Ceases that the Maccabees revolted But that revolt was an outgrowth Of scores of Oriental uprisings against Western masters, and ti>at the Hebrews were one of many groups to fight against the Western empire grabbers. Jews and Greeks And if that isn't enough. 1 was told by a friend seeking Chanuka material lor a television series. that there is little serious creative writing around Chanuka. practically no music, few novels, no tolklore and. here and there, a snippet or two of an oratorio or a jingle. When I called his atten tion to two or three historical novels concerned with the battle between the Jews and the Creeks, with Chanuka somewhere in the middle, he was surprised, but in the end I had to agree with him that there wasn't very much. And the reason? Weil, in the past. Chanuka was not a holiday of impressive proportions. The success of the Chanuka festival for Israel, sponsored by the Israel Bond Organization, due, in part, to the tie-up of the spirit of the Maccabees of old and the modern Maccabees of the Jewish republic. And the stress put by the Bond Organization on Chanuka during the past decade has brought to the attention of thousands of Jews the drama in the story of the Maccabees and their series of guerrilla victories against odds Herman Wouk. in his best seller "This is My God." makes the point that he undertook to write his book because a friend asked him if there was any literature on Chanuka. But on a practical level, the significance of Chanuka is well described by Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, in his best-selling sociological study entitled "Jews in Suburbia." "Everywhere." he writes, "religious schools concentrate on the preparation of their pupils for the Feast of Lights. Anticipation of the pleasures and the aesthetic values of the festival help create a joyous mood amont. children and parents alike." And then Rabbi Gordon addthis thoughtful phrase: "Conversations with rabbis, teachers and parents in suburbia make it evident that Chanuka occupies a unique place in the lives of American Jews. It is the symbol of the Jews' belief in man's inherent right to worship God in freedom, even as it attests to thenhope for the future of mankind." Colorful Decorations Rabbi Gordon quotes suburbanites frequently in his study and here is a statement relating to the value of Chanuka in "opposing" Christmas: "How can we counteract the Christmas influence in our public school system? We must do it through our Hebrew and Sunday schools and in our homes as well. So we make Chanuka a season for colorful decorations. We kindle beautifully tapered little candles and distribute gifts and present-. Continued on Page 2-D



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Friday. November 27, 1964 *Jenisti fhridHain Page 3-D Being Judged by the Present You Give Bv TRUDE DUB London -ERHAPS nothing shows more p ,, person La thought of h %  •••Tiiiv nr iriends, Wan ,.,„. The gift need not be 5 ive to prove his worth, .. %  „• jhOM thai some care ,.,, spent on thinking out ,i, give pleasure. This nclude a present bought child's pocket money as „ cll a S a suceeufHl husband's „ ar l necklace or diamong ring. When e welt courting, my husband 'hen a young student. bmiLht me as his first Chanuka P^sent some Dutch chocolates £ a S jlvery metal box. with four rod roses painted on top. I still live the bo* although we have been married for over 30 years. li now contain! all sorts of souvenir*, like pressed roses trom niv husband's anniversary bouquets, telt needle-cases made ^ and embroidered for me by my ,.!,ler daughter when she was at school and some "jewelery" the children bought for me at ba| would not part with these Mr anything in the Take that huge uiit -ludded with red and A hite glass that my younger ave me when she was ,ix, I %  an -till see her big blue filled with pride as she j it to me with—"some for you, Mummy." Personality of Donor There is also a handkerchief from a dear friend of mine who was left almost destitute when her husband died. She embroidered a corner with coloured silks and enclosed a card saying— •This is all 1 can afford but each stitch was sewn with love." Of coarse, a gift expresses not only the feeling of one person lor another, it also discloses the personality of the donor. I know a woman who gives a drum or trumpet to children of parents whom she dislikes in the hope that "maybe it will drive them all crazy!" Or another one. now a past friend, who, one Chanuka, sent me a jar of stemmed ginger with these words: "Everybody complains that giving presents is a burden, but nobody has the courage to Mop. N'ext year, we shall L_#*&> View of Israel's first Youth Science Camp sponsored by the Weizmann Institute in Rehovoth. In this novel summer camp, bright science-minded teen-agers are spurred to pursue careers in various fields of pure and applied science. give presents only to the family: while to Iriends we shall send cards to say how much we love them.'' I did not mind so much the ginger burning in my throat, or the stopping of the presents but the loving bit—that masterpiece ot hypocrisy—really enraged me. As I >aid. this lady now belongs u< mj past friends. What to Expect It is true that over the years presents can create a bit oi a problem. We knew some people who have moved a long time ago to another town and we have not set eyes on them since. But when Chanuka comes round. I know there will be a phonograph record token from them and they know they will get a book token from me. I would not tell them for the world that I haven't GREETINGS 7-11 FOOD STORES TU 5-1671 1770 E. 4th Ave. Hialeah Florida HAPPY CHANUKA From MAUwuem m. TA1MKMIT 325'2 A1CAZAR AVE. Coral Gables, Florida got a phonograph and wouldn't be a bit surprised if they didn't have a library, but at least it shows we are still in each other's thoughts. We also know what to expect from each others It is far worse Continued on Page 14-D CHANUKA GREETINGS BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS. 1501 Collins Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT BREAKFAST Music 153 N.E. 1st Street LUNCHEON DINNEB Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phono FR 4-4733 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS THAYER S. STEWART • REAL ESTATE BROKER CALL PL 7-3615 169 N.E. 48th Street Miami, Fla. HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL VHASTA MANANA 2665 S.W 37th kit Miami Highland 5-3636 IOMCH-1! JM M Dime*—MMi MM. Ttr* Sll tVlRT MISMT TW UltMite it CONTINENTAL CUISINE noatMi TWO FAMOUS RSSTAURANTS QGfK U.S No 1 at Oakland W. BWd Ft. lauderdale %  Ph 564-0M1 5S£=r HHHM llitttiT* Itm m I I S HI IM MM. lira M "'* MT i. a ckamn* itaispltre | THE FINEST IN DININC 1 MODEST HICK TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Homeowners Loan Corporation JAMES A. BACCUS, President • MORTGAGE BROKER 595 N.W. 91st STREET Ph. 757-4955 GREETINGS TO ALL HATTON DRUG CO. "It is our pleasure to serve you" Phone FR 3-8644 2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES 6*HTJMf TO OUK MANX FRIENDS HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA (Member of F.D.I. 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Frier. November 27. 1964 •. lr H ial FhrHgrtn Page 5-D who v pray< who I (ia< I n-y %  I >rt Negro freedom riders, sit-ins, and arches that there arc many Negroes Jews. Negro anti Semilism. is noweality. in fact, nobody denies the presi niitism amon^ Negroes; only iis questioned, ,1,.-organization 1 -, like the :,n!ii that anti-Semiti.-ni "is not v ,, %  i Tnor i.it nourished or ;i working creed ... It inot virulent a mon : relatively i w Negroes.' ,.. ol analysis i n mini a[ailing to portray the Negro I The NAACP and similar organizations oi ienti d v hose \ iews neither nor reflect the attitudes demonstrated llions ol Negroes living in ghettos where -in iprevalent. Another factor which la ken into account is the reluctance ol itions to criticize Jews for fear they oh! their moral anil financial support • 'ii. Thus I must concentrate my atten%  %  rank and file Negro and the lominun lich he lives. Urban Phenomenon m it ism among Negroes in the United ; rincipally an urban phenomenon As element it ivirtually unknown in rural tiv close relations!) p between these i in the urban areas, especially in matters, that spawn Negro anti-Semit esc tieinclude: l. landlord-tenant; 2 consumer; .'>. professional competiton; ompetition between Negro •mil Jewish n. -t relationship found between Ne 1 .lev.in Negro communities and a ma.: -'' ot anti-Jewish feeling is that ol land ant. in Negro neighborhoods are usually in repair Despite such deplorable COndllioi ildings .ire overcrowded, unsanitary, and Negroes pay comparatively higher rent n whiteConsequently, the landlords ot tintidings are regarded with great contempt by "• >egro populace. But it is the Jew who Is blarr" Because these communities were forewish neighborhoods pins the fact that artmenl houses are owned by Jews, Ne -i' -id to identify all landlords as Jewish and attribute all housing ills to the "gouging Jewish landlord." Many Negroes state that they are anti-Semitic because 'Jewown everything in sight." One Negro described hiplight: "I pawn my watch at a Jewish -tore, i buy my food at a Jewish -tore. I go into a Jewish place of amusement, and I buy my elotlvfrom a Jew This is the economic situation S'egi ies have to cope with. Since these eery, hardware, liquor, etc.) are the ones that v. II extend him credit, the Negro has ii' alternative but to -hop there though the i"ii %  higher than similar si in whil : nunities. As a result, Negro antii gem i ated. In Government Jobs Intense resentment iexpressed by Negro professionals against their Jewish counterpart-. The feeling ithat Jewish professionals arc of service to Negro clients and patients who rightfully belong to them They also charge that Jew i-h firmrefuse to lure them, and instead. employment to members ol their own religion. In governmental jobs there is much Negro antagonism towards Jew-. Jews, because they have worked longer, are often found in superior positions while Negroes, on the other hand, are t tund in inferior position-, it is not unusual to lind Negro school teachers working under Jewish principals or Nemo social workers taking orders from Jewish supervisors, The fourth cause of Negro anti-Semitism is the competition or lack of it between Negro and Jewish businessmen in Negro communities. Convinced thai Jewcan always outdo rival Negro businessmen, Negroes demand that Jews leave iheir neighborhood. In 1962, a group of Negroes picketed in front ol Harlem's Apollo Theater (owned by a Jew, and chanted "Black man must stay; Jew must go." The purpose of the picketing was to protest white ownership of stores in Harlem. A twoblock stretch known as the Gold Coast—125th Street between Lenox and Eighth Avenues—had only one store owned by a Negro. In each of the above encounters. Jews have played th dominant role. Negroes object to this pattern and seek to break it. James Baldwin, in "Notes of a Native Son." Continued on Page 12-D TO ALL GREETINGS JONAS Jf. HHOTMAN 430 SEYBOLO BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS BADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER *C1 N.fc 113th Street TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ESTELLE'S BEAUTY SALON LADIES BEAUTY SALON 307-23rd Street Ph. 531-0232 Miami Beach GREETINGS TO ALL FROM ll-L-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS IALER PRODUCE COMPANY. INC. 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Ph.-t ft 4-4174 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CUSTOM TAILORS MEN'S CUSTOM TAILOR SHOP 751 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 371-7323 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT -* 319 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FOOR'S FOCUS TOURS "Ivory Tour a Camera Holiday* TOURS ARRANGED 3064 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove Ph. 444-0434 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO. TANKS • BOOSTERS • COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS 1527 N. Miami Ave. FR M426 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC. AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET Phone 532-4445 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Miami Quality Shoe Stores "QUALITY SHOES AT REASONABLE PRICES' 115 East Flagler Street Ph. 371-9974 25 N. E. 1st Avenue Ph 371-4285 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Alice's Home Beauty Salon BEAUTY IS MY BUSINESS 556 E. 62nd Street MU 8-4083 Hialeah TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Robert's Manufacturing Company "UPHOLSTERING" 4590 East 10th Court Ph. 685-2083 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CORAL CHEMICAL COMPANY CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS & DISTRIBUTORS 970 West 23rd Street Dial 887-3558 Hialeah MO 7 2213 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL uq<* Hair Stulint* ret rowR NIW HAIR srrn 1561 Swwet Dr., CG. (Near Red Rd.) HOLIDAY GREETINGS SMALL FRY DAY NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN "On Two Boairtifol Aero" Swimming on tn Prmi Ywr-Round 1455 N.W. 183rd STREET Ph. NA 4-2083 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC. 1100 EAST 41st STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA P" 688-4621 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL DANA'S GIFT SHOP COME IN AND BROWSEI Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons 437 Lincoln Rd. Mall Ph. 532-8941



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Friday, November 27. 1964 vJetfisti Th rid ton Page 7-D Chanuka Calls to Mind Many Jewish Heroes By MILTON FRIEDMAN CHANUKA calls to mind the V litary prowess of .ludah guerrilla army at a ,on America, tliroiish "Exodus," i> discov,. Jew as a lighting man. the military arts have incredibly sophisticated, nuclear and rocket sci:.c a leading part in the tense. Jewish particin top-level military set, I U far out "I proportion to • l„. L oiiiparatively small number in the population. The German scientist, M. .1. Schleiden. in Hie last century analyzed the -lew as a soldier. •Their valor under the Macca!,,-. their exploits in the campaign hich ended with Titus' destruction of Jerusalem, their desperate rebellion under Bar Kochba, and later on, their defense ol Naples against BalisarIIMIS. or of the passes of the Pyrenee' against the Franks, place ili, i n on a par with the yreatues known to history." \.i xiied and persecuted JevvK ,i.c gloried in the MaccaHI .in other lieroic defenders ol the faith. It was only natural ii underprivileged group mould identify vicariously with ,istrong men. Arab hostility makes it neces•.HI for Israel to live as an armimp today. Jewish teachings arc consistent with legitimate %  iiHowever, some of larj [eats fur which our lake credit might I i xamination. common practice to relate Jewish participation on both I the American Civil War. Jews who served the Union and the Confederacy are listed with pride, Yet. it is dubious whether Jewish Confederates MTI' defending the ideals of Juone i mils den. Milch, Goern_ >!uet of staff, listed among distinguished '"Jewish" soldiers. me appears in an article, •Hie Jew As Soldier. Strategist. Military Adviser." The fact is that the Nazi Milch repudiated his Jewish father to gain honorary Aryan status from Hilter. Who needs him? The same article lists another sh "hero." He is German Col Dusterberg, a leader of the GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore Course lessons by Appointment Complete tine ol Golfing tquiptien Phone Biltmro HI 6-0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVI. Industriol-Tape Recorders-Stereo ConvtrsMHS-CiHlMS Bond-Radar Multiplex-Color-Hi-Fidelity Audio Ship to Shore-Auto TOWER TV & ^LA-COMMUNICATIONS featuring Citiiem Band Radio tqpt. FR 1-1126 LL MAKES SERVCFD 279 S.VV. 8th STREET "On the Trail" Open 9 A.M.—10 P.M. John PetroM-Oa. Tech. 1 RCA "l-e Petroff-Groduote Technician CHANUKA GREETINGS •I. IMIMIAY and Family NOVELTY STITCHING HEMSTITCHING Pleating. Tucking, Shirring. Applique, Rhinestones 261 N.W. 23rd Street FR 1-7133 \ High school qirls vvhose mother tongue is Hebrew — or French or Arabic or Rumanian study English in a classroom of the Beersheba Vocational High School for Girls, a joint project of Canadian and American Mizrachi Women. The ultra-modern school, located in the desert capital of Beersheba, draws students horn nearby settlements and growing desert communities like Dimona. Youngsters cycle in at sunrise before the heat becomes intense to learn typing, fashion design, beauty culture, domestic science. Also that "hello" and "goodbye" and "peace" -in that funny language, English-really mean Shalom. SUhlbelm, n veterans group that collaborated with the Nazis. It is also triumphantly noted that ,i Jew served Mussolini's Fascists with such "outstanding valor under lire" that he was awarded a gold medal, lie was Bruno Jesi, I lie Jew ish attitude toward military heroism is easy to understand. The medieval church confined Jrws to the ghetto, forbade them from cultivating land or bearing anus. A cruel legend (mi rged that the Jews were a cowardly and -civile people. It is understandable lhat historians would seek to disprove this myth. As human beings, Jews possess the same capacities as other individuals. There is no doubt of Jewish Continued on Page TOO RICHTERS JEWELRY CO., Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE FR 3-2197 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL FRITO-LAY INC. 4101 N.W. 37th AVENUE Phone NE 3-2543 Miami, Florida H. L. Robertson & Associates, Inc. PLUMBERS ftUMBING, HEATING and GAS INSTALLATIONS "Wt COVER GREATER MIAMI" 3148 Coral Way Miami, Florida Phone HI 8-1788 CHANUKA GREETINGS CAMP FIRE BARBEQUE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK BARBEQUE AT ITS FINEST We Offer "Lip-Smacking" RIBS, CHICKEN, BEEF, Also STEAK and SEAFOOD PLATES COCKTAILS and BEVERAGES • CATERING LOCATION: to Mile South of Cutler Ridge Center on U.S. 1 Holiday Greetings CONCORD CAFETERIA 1921 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Phone JE 4-4883 CHANUKA GREETINGS Ph. 531-0357 THE ORIGINAL HOFFMANS 15th Street and Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR GREETINGS FLORIDA SAFE SERVICE CO. ir BANK FIXTURES Florida Manufacturers of Drive & Walk-Up Windows Night & Envelope Depositories TELLERS LOCKS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES "Specialists in Bank Equipment" 511 N.W. 72nd STREET PL 7-0982 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS A & A GENERAL APPLIANCE CO. RETAIL ELECTRICAL HOME APPLIANCES 2351 N.W. 7th Street Ph. 634-6133 GREETINGS SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 110 S.W. 2nd Street Miami 36, Fla. FR 3-6683 HOSPITAL PHYSICIAN LABORATORY SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SWEET PAPER SALES 6800 NW 36th AVENUE MIAMI Ph. 691-8760 SEASON 'S GREETINGS... GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT 7143 N. Miami Ave. Phone PL 4-8733 TOM FLAHERTY To Our Many Friends and Patrons .. Greetings CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 5301 NW 37th AVE. Phone 633-0116 TO ALL .GREETINGS IIA!•: PAPER & BAG CO.. INC. 65 N.E. 23rd Street FR 9-5653 HAKKY GENIT, frosUtr.t



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November 27, 1964 Jew a§f> ntr/id/na/v MR camp aign is the practice of Soviet courts Page 9-D \ Miidm %  down much heavier sentences against Deluding '"any (,cath penalties—than on jaws convicted of the same alleged economic M fn' protests do not seem to have dif 'h('l noticeably the disproportionate number ,,i | ( prison or to the firing squad in (C ontinuing trials. Bakery Never Operated v //lor was the matter of matzohs lews In 1!M)2 and 1963, the State ordered not to bake matzohs. Again I j arose, For the 1964 Pas-over. flu-ials said again thai the state bakeries bake matzoh but that two steps would iinstituted to make matzohs available for those i s who wanted them. be Soviets ..nnounced that the Moscow Jew. community would be allowed to make mat 5 In a temporary bakery. The Soviets even [tribute;! pictures of the bakery. But when the merican Embassy in Moscow looked into the jitter, at the request of the State Department, [reported that the bakery had never operated. The ether step was an announcement that Iviet Jf"s would be allowed to accept parcel l>t shipments of matzohs from overseas. In ]spon


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November 27, 1964 *Jeisi> FkridHan Page 11-D (articular Jewish Attitude Toward Divorce By RABBI DR. H. RABINOWICZ TivORCe '• a WWW people \ft\ itrongl) about, one way mother. And it is of inter k to stu the Jewish attitude rtris divorce ["in Judaism, marriage is exL elevated, and sanctified: kh,:-ocv.T lives without a wife L s without joy. without blcsst ,nd wlthou! gOOd." InterUrvd throughout rabbinic writEnre invaluable dicta on the fajietement of domestic bliss Ld the avoidance of innumerEe pitfalls. "Be careful not to L rev your wife, because her ,— flow easily." Though marhjge i~ regarded as a "strmjure tor eternity," Judaism [ecor.izethat Utopian conceplior.s cannot resolve marital malMJustinents \ • for Judaism the doctrine lh.; "Whosoever shall put away uife and many another. nnmrtteth adultry against her; I y -hi' herself shall put away %  r husband and marry another. Emmitteth adultry" Nor the in "What therefore God has juined logi' H lei no man put In reasonably rel laws were not I.. %  le rcducive to moralli). stability or the sanctity of No Stigma .U>\uh attitude to dikorce i> based on the Torah: Khen a nun takcth a wife and narrieth her, and it cometh to ba>s if she finds no favor in his byes because he hath found in per ome unseemly thing, that he writeth to her a bill of divorcement and uiveth it in her hand and sendetb her out of his house." Judaism attached no htisnia to divorce: it made superfluous innumerable subterfuges p"r the nullification of marriage. ** a talnmdu teacher says: "As hien differ in their treatment of Iheir food, so they differ in their peatmen! of their wives. Some nen, if a flj falls into their cup, full put II aside and not drink another man. it a fly falls into Pis cup will throw the fly away ind then drink the cup." The protagonists of divorce refriction.were personified by phe school of Shammai. according to whom "man may not divorce his wife unless he has found unchastity in her." The school of Hillel on the other hand avers that "he may divorce her even if she spoiled a dish for him." The tolerant Rabbi Akibs adds: "Even if he found another fairer than she." The view of Shammai'school was not too widely accepted. Josephus. too, informs us that "he who desires to be divorced from his wife for any cause whatever, and many such causes happen among men. let him, in writing, give assurance that he no longer wishes to live with her as his wife." Pre-Mrit*l Education Public opinion and Changed conditions gradually forced the non-Jewish Western world to relax its inflexible and uncompromising religious doctrine of the "indissoluhility of marriage;" conversely Jewish sages \ of pic-marital infidelity wore not proven, and if there had been .-eduction by the husband be tore the marriage. Although the woman was not Continued on Page 15-D To All Greetings CAPS WHOLESALE PAINTERS SUPPLIES 4735 E. 10th Ave., Hialeah Ph. 688-0558 9700 N.W 7th Avenue Ph. 759-4639 GREETINGS TO ALL JAY BROWN COMPANY • REAL ESTATE SALES and SERVICE Specializing in Industrial Properties INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-0991 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Arnold Schecter CAUSEWAY TIRES. INC. 1505 -79th Street Causeway UN 5-2943 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS A & I DISTRIBUTOR EXPORT AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL PARTS 548 W. 56th Place Hialeah Ph. 821-1398 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS NINIE PIERRE CANDY SHOP • RETAIL CANDIES FRUITS NUTS • CHOCOLATE CREAMS "YOU NAME IT WE HAVE IT" FORMERLY THE KANDY KOTTAGE 12399 W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 751-6421 "rV£ COVW THf EARTH" •W£ COVtK THE EARTH" The Sherwin-Williams Co. 7814 NE 2nd Ave -1300 W FljgUr Si. FR 7-3588-1680 Alton Rd Miami Beach 9437 Harding Av.., M.S.. UN 6-5953-23 Okeechob.. Rd TU 8-1510 1915 Pone. d. leon Blvd -2015 Hairis.n St., HollywoodFt laud.rdal. 1468 N.W. 36th Si reel Af.st Palm Beach T Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka to Our Many Jewish Friends in South Florida %  TROPIGAS INC. OF FLORIDA Since 1927 We Serve You ... As You Wish to be Served 2603 Ponce cie Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables Ph. 445-1911 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS VILLAGE FLORIST "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 838 E. 9th STREET HIALEAH Phone 885-3231 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALEX MILLIGAN Marine Surveying Organization Marine Insurance Surveying ir Yacht and Vessel Surveying Marine Consultants and Engineers -jc Appraisal and Inspection P.O. Box 50-126, Gratigny Station Miami, Florida Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125 HOLIDAY GREETINGS fr.m MR. CARLTON J. COMBS of the CARLTOH VAULTS MXC. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc. 6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155 Monday-Saturday 7:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M. TO ALL .GREETINGS J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300-1st National Bank Bldg Coral Gables, Fla. GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMAIX, .III. M2 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phon. PL 40*15 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLORIDA DIVISION United Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. Pr.ne FR 1-1523 AINSIEY BUILDING



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1 November 27, 1964 Jew isfl Htrk/kUl Page 13-D ft j lived in the neighborhood, hated j because they exploited us, but because Lbeen taught in Sunday School that Jews rhn-t Killers' ... To hold an attitude of „,.',', towards .lews was bred in us from f^. i, was not merely racial prejudice, it Jrt'oi our cultural heritage." vp.ro anti-Semitism is increasing with the J I idc ol Negro militancy. The Black Mus... Negro cull emphasizing separa. gpenij anti-Jewish and incites the latent .,',',„ %  its followers. The danger of the |„.. much in their extreme hatred "taws but '" ,h; ,hcir hatrcd is being s P t,wod I. by thousan Is ol Negroes not associated with movement. Should the .Muslims become a (orci there is no doubt that anti-Semitism 111 increase greatly. The reasi ns I r Negro anti-Semitism are paraa l they are the result of both truth and MB.' The fictional part is composed of tradiI stereotypes and faulty generalizations ed in the minds of Negroes by anti-Semitic opaganda SeToerefuse to judge each individual Jew his deeds but rather lump all Jews into one legory character!**! by the performances stagby a small majority. He sees one deceitful risk merchant and concludes that all Jewish lerchants are deceitful. He believes that all bdlords in Kegro neighborhoods are Jewish beIhi popular belief that Jews own most the property in the area. Even when Jews are for Gentile firms resentment is still dinted against them. It is seldom realized by grocs th.it most landlords, irrespective of the cial group to which belong are guilty of the Be practices. The stereotype of the Jewish store owner as "exploiter" is common among Negroes. What grots refust to consider is that wherever small uinessmen exist prices are high. And the small wnessmen in Harlem are no exception. They ut charge higher prices if they are to make any fit. Their small-scale buying forces them to iv higher wholesale prices. Easily Singled Out James Baldwin has written that "as society lu>t have a scapegoat, so hatred must have a imaol. Georgia has the Negro, and Harlem has the Jew." Jews are singled out because they are more easily identified as a group than Gentile landlords and merchants. The latter belong to many religious denominations and are more difficult to blame. As Whitney Young, head ol the Urban League, pointed out: "What is mistaken for anti-Semtism is anti-white feeling." Finally, many Negroes misinterpret the Jewish attitude of separation as prejudice. Jews have always lived in ghettos or communities that have had a large proportion ol Jews. They have always been opposed to integration. Tins ia sociological truth and should not be construed as outright discrimination. The same reasoning follows for businessmen and firms who hire only .lew 8. On the other hand, there are many Jews—too many—who, in fact, exploit Negroes, .bus own %  >lum houses, and over charge Negro tenants. This unfortunately, is true. This type of behavior docs more damage to the Jewish image than one thousand Jewish freedom riders or one thousand Jewish members of the NAACP do to promote it. One Negro woman told the following to a newspaper reporter: "I don't care how many rabbis march on the picket lines ... If 1 go to a Jewish real estate agent—well, better not go to one. It wouldn't help." Negroes living in slums are not interested in the fact that Jewish organizations are fighting for them while they are shivering for lack of luat in their rat-infested apartments. Difficult Tests Ahead Jews are also guilty of discrimination ano hypocrisy. Masquerading as friends of Negroes, they always talk about helping them improve their lot. But they only give Negroes token equality. They -peak of equality, but do not practice it. When Jewish realtors refuse to allow Negroes to move into their apartment houses for fear ot losing their white tenants they arc guilty of discrimination. When Jews move out of attractive neighborhoods en masse as a few Negroes move in they are guilty of discrimination. This sight becomes loo difficult for the Negro to forget and understandably so. Who can blame Negroes for anti-Jewish feelings? If the Jews want to reduce Negro anti-Semitism, or at least want to be sure that they are innocent victims, they must practice equality in deeds and actions, and not in platitudes. 3ppy Chanuka to All Our F::endn and Patrons GABLES |WKK WASH IT 2601 S.W. 37th Ave. Coral Gables Phone HI 6-1217 CHANUKA GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES Distributor Blake Tire Co. VAUGHN BLAKE 2Q07 S.W. 67th AVENUE Ph. 661-4495 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SURF 5' and 10' STORE 9445 HARDING AVE. 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Nove -bet 27, 1964 Jen Iff} Fhridlian Page 15-D titular Jewish Attitude Toward Divorce Itontinoed from Page 11-D ^, divorce her husband. lav poi nitted her lo sue Lihe > in for divorce on !LM n,|s Among e,r impotence of the tond phvsical blemishes and ",;,. „ %  shall borrow • ,„,,,.. of her neigh ; Thl te's rights were id and her l>> the ••Cher Gershom (90"..g ven .,. the man does I M i nv... wife C P< 0| [ so shall the not Ud, the Israel na'ional Red Cross and ambulance service. Red Mogen Dovid has asked the American supply and support winq for another 50 ambulances. easy to di whole Kc discharged, sell the hair minimum ;e contract %  z uz" for %  • for ble sum of No Interference is i •. %  ncans easj to Alter the and the li tions, come the elaborate laws |Lrnetl with the actual writattesting and delivery of divorci bill A man well km in the>e complexities had preside at these proceedings. [is improper for any person nterfere in these matters unlit, is learned in the law of rr:age and divorce For p are mar,> points to be conIred and it ;easy for a man ]P.T therein This would in invalidating the propwish teat gs seem to have pted tlii that such a: I I" ed should l>e d, without necessarily prul r % %  '" of marriage. 1 e, methods ol i dissolution oiled. At no and in case, was the %  be jhed in favor of •0 ALL GREETINGS •fence A.' Harry) Grimes GRIMES FIXTURE COMPANY WG CUSTOM 3TOR: F XTURES N.W 22nd AVENUE Ph. 635-7241 HAPPY CHANUKA SUNILAND pXALL PHARMACY Prescription Specialists I Hill So Dix* Hwy. M>. CE 5-0812 "•'•nd Shopping Center GREETINGS ROBINSON GALLERIES INC. NEW IOCATJON 627 So. Miami Avenue CORAL CABLES p hone 374-5713 Chanuka and Jewish Heroes Continued from Page 10-D ment. His im ente I Ihc first en n This took place 500 years before I'hilip ol Macedon King l zzi h instituted the general %  • I ept. integrated I ampai n -' leg}, and the use ol unit rm militarj equipment joab's metnod of attacking fixed fortifications was mutated much later when Titus besieged Jerusalem The Jewish concept was that a good offense makes the best defense Recent victor iea of the Israeli Army have borne this out. Modern guerrilla warfare has been waged by groups like the Partisanin Yugoslavia and the Fi lei Castro movement in Cuba. The basic principles of such campaigns were anticipated by that guerrilla genius, Judah Maccabeus, the first commando. f~ Greeiings from HAROLD'S ALGIERS FLOWER SHOP Harold and Jack Krongold 2513 Collins Ave. JE 4-2907 TO ALL GREETINGS BONDED PACKERS, Inc. • WHOLESALE MEAT and POULTRY 1370 N.W. 22nd STREET Dial 633-2441 To All Greetings MILDRED C. LANGFORD TURF & VETERINARY SUPPLIES 2510 PALM AVE. TU 7-4971 HIALEAH TO ALL .GREETINGS Al's Electric Motor Repairs REPAIR REWIND REBUILD SERVICE Ph. 374-5838 1652 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS FLORIDA INTERCOASTAL ENGINEERING CO.. INC. • CONSULTING ENGINEERS SPECIALIZING IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SEWAGE COLLECTION SYSTEMS TREATMENT WORKS WATER & SEWAGE 10390 Puerto Rico Dr., Perrine Ph. 235-0991 SERVICE QUAltTY GOOD WILL 'mMmo*, co iJ0f\ "GIASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors libbey, Owens. Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block 1601 1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial 379-0656 Miami 36. Florida JAckson 2-5312 SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO. 9 Express Sincere Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season to All 251 N.W. 22nd Lane FR 1-4603 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE SPECIALIZING IN CADILLAC SERVICE FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY (AAA Expert Motor Tune-Up and Automatic Transmission Work PAINT & BODY WORK 4200 LAGUNA Ph. HI 8-2691 (East of Coral Gables High) To All Happy Holidays L. & F. AUTO PARTS. INC. • USED CARS PARTS and SALES 2500 N.W. 75th STREET Ph. 691-2841 To All Happy Holidays DUDLEY JOHNSON MORTGAGE CO. Real Estate & Mortgage Broker 732 duPont Bldg. E. Flagler St. Ph. 374-2667 -i GREETINGS State Farm Insurance Auto, Life Fire, Homeowner CHARLES H. BRINKMAN 7022 S.W. 87th AVENUE Ph. 271-8282 Greetings to the Jewish Community CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone MU 1-6661 Holiday Greetings PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Automatic Transmission—Paint & Body Work COMPLETE ONE-STOP-Carburetor and Tune-Up 6600 S.W. 62nd AVI., So. Miami MO 1-6041 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ABBOTT & BON-OTT FURNITURE "CUSTOM REFINISMERS" AL FRANCIS, Prop. 2728 SW 28th Lane (S. Dixie Hwy. & 27th Ave.) HI 5-2633 HAPPY CHANUKA LEONARD S. STERN PLUMBING CO., INC. 3672 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLA. Tel. 445-1345



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"eJewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, November 27, 1964 Section E 4~i.it her of iKc/isjioii^ j-rccac-itt and \~*onscience Illustration by Gustavc Dor. INCREASE IN NUMBER OF CANDLES AFFIRMS OUR FAITH Menorah Stands for the Light in Our Jewish Thinking By DOV PERETZ ELKINS Ij-OAiSM has been described as "i ymbolism. The ii the door represents symbolizes—the prescind m ;i Jewish homo • pcct for the Jewish way •' The esro : and lulai rethe renewal of nature, through Got ever rei reation of his world I %  %  on the Tails bring ;;l! '"i all of the commandI i the Torah. • the religious rite in the religion is an action Cn stands for something, •nich represent I' a human value, to become better an beings. ii is the symbolism of ika Menorah? Many m be givefi. The one I '<•'! mows out f the iunted in the Talmud ate about the Chanukiah Menorah is known in Isi en the School of Mil 1 the School of Sham in i.i. The disciples ol Shammal sug gested that on the first night of Chanuka eight candles be lighted and on each successive night one less candle. But the disciples of Hillcl argued thai this would !)<• backwards They insisted thai on t!first night, one candle be lighted, and an additional one on each succeeding evening. Inherent Meaning We might venture to say that the method suggested by the School of Hiliel was given preference by the rabbi.because ol its inherent symbolic meaning That meaning Is that light should be increased in the world, and not diminished Furthermore, thai light ispread In the world %  is one generation follows another, What is light? Light In Judaism is nothing more or less than knowledge Llghl is Torah, and Torah is light. From 'he Bible down to our own times, lighl in the Jewish religion has sjrmboliz, i Torah — knowledge, inspirai on, righteousness, The Hebrews were to be a light unto Ihe nations, spreading God's divine word In the Dead Sea Scrolls, the righeous are called ins oi light." and the wicked are termed "sons of darkness." In our synagogues today, over the Hob Ark. is found the Ner T.nnid the everlasting light symbolizing (oid's eternal presence. Thus, iiy increasing the light in the Chanuka .Menorah each night, we are making an affirmative declaration about the world in which we live. We are saying to ourselves, to our families with whom we light candles. and to the peopleol the world who witness our annual holiday. that light is increasing in the world, that knowledge of the Lord -hould and is reaching out to illuminate more and more ol the dark corners ot our civilization, Optimistic View We are saying that little bj ittle. our lives arc becoming easier and belter, more meaningful and interesting. We are affirming thai we have faith in man. and in Ins ability to improve himself. We are expressing the view that the world is so constructed ato enable man to shed more and more light on Ins environment, both psysical and spiritual, enabling his progeny to inherit a belter place than the one in which he was born. We are adopting an optimistic view of the nature of man and the world. In short we are affirming that the world is a good place in which to live. To be sure, man's path towards creating the kingdom ot Cod on earth, towards ushering in the Messianic Age ot univeci sal peace, inot a Straight one by any means, There are Often temporary lapse-, sometimes so enormous that we seriously question the direction in which we are moving, Smb. lor example, wathe most gigantic catastrophe in human history, perpetrated upon our own people twcnt> years ago Often when we think of the Nazi llolocau-t wo wonder ii light inot on the decrease instead of the increase. But viewed in the sober light of the millenia-old history of mankind, our over-all notion is a positive one. One More Good Deed li we truly feel that at the core oi ihe world there is a moral law. and that the universe is not merely a scientific accident, then we will have continence that our efforts towards creating the just society are never in vain. And so. as we light one more candle each night, let it he acci mpanied by one more good (\cc<\. and by doing so, contribute our part towards ushering in the Messianic Age. Let this year's kindling of the Chanuka Menorah symbolize our positive affirmation that the world is good, ;:". that we are going to lea' e it in a better state than that in which we found %  '.


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Phone FR 3-7676 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL BEACH IIA,i;i\ II \KI III IS. IXC. 18 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH Morris Greenblatt JE 1-0126 TO ALL G ft [ £ r / N C S Fred's Electrical Motor Service Specializing in Direct Current Motors — New and Rebuilt 1666 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-0155 Louis Ginsberg: Brilliant Seminary Savant By DR. DAVID WEISS O F ilia! galaxy ol brilliant young savants who formed.,, the famous first faculty of "Schechter's Seminary" no star .),. ne n. re bright!} than thai in Louis Ginzberg. No scholar of our daj ha possessed the extraordinarj intellectual power, the vast range ol scholarship phenomenal memory that was Ihe inheritance of this lineal descendant ol the Vilna Gaon. So modern scholar made so great a contribution during his lifetime, or left so enduring a legacy io Jewish learning. For fifty years, until his death in 1953, Ginsberg reigned indisputably as the foremost Jewish scholar in America. There is hardly a scientific study on a Jewish subject published during this period that did not draw from his well of wisdom. Bis knowledge was encyclopaedicthere was no field of Jewish learning that he did not master. He was an authority on Judaica in all its aspects, excelling equally in Halachah and Aggadah and producing major definitive works on both Jewish Law and Lore. Solomon Schechter. who was endowed with almost prophetic vision, recognized in the young Lithuanian a trail-blazing Intellectual force, one that would provide dramatic impetus to the development of a dynamic tradi tion of Jewish scholarship on these shores. And he foresaw that Ginzberg would fulfill a major role in his dreams for the Seminary. Schechter's extraordinary foresight was borne out by history. Ancient Tradition Fittingly, the man who helped to establish here the spirit of Jewish scholarship, vital link in the tradition that spanned centuries and continents, was himself the heir of an ancient Rabbinic tradition. Louis Ginzberg was the descendant of a long line of scholars and saints, the most famous of whom was the pride of Lithuanian Jewry, Elijah. Gaon of Vilna. And it was the influence of that intellectual collosuis, his great uncle, that dominated Ginzberg's life, that from infancy governed his aims, his ideals, his actions. Stories of the Gaon's prodigious achievePN %  PROF. LOUIS GINSBERG ments served to spur the child's own natural fervor for knowledge. Learning that at three years ol age Elijah was already steeped in the study ol the Torah. the infanl Louis Ginzberg likewise foresook his playthings for lessons Even as a young child his intellectual prowess and remark able memoiy had become famOOB. Before he attained Bar .Mitzvah he had established his reputation as a scholar and was engaging In learned discussions with the outstanding Talmudists Ol the day. including the great Isaac Elhanan Spektor, rabbi of Kovno. At the ye-hivot of Slobodka and Telshe, where Lithuanian scholarship flourished at Hs highest peak, Ginzberg received his early education. At the age of twenty-two he left for Germany and lor the next three years continued to study voraciously at the Universities of Rerlin. Strashurg, and Ileidel berg. It was clear to Ginzberg that the next great center of Jewish learning would be founded in the New World and he recognized that it was here that his lifework would lie. Ginzberg arrived in the I'nited States in 1898. It wa at this time that plans were being developed for the Jewish Encyclopaedia—destined to be the tirst major contribution of the American community to TO ALL GREETINGS JAMES E. 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Member of Federal Reserve System Jewish arship. was invited to lake the project %  was that of I Literatim I • in fact i^. part ci the fir-t -.olumeuli of the 1. • rk m edited ttten by him-I'M' Sustained Product,^ In 1902 n theJcnif logii..: Semii ; being IT ... rued and a pri sident v .larefullyseJ the emic tnsJ he prophi resu, %  with its lustn reputatioi i Senitiq,( Ginzl i -elected l Professi r Talmud-i y&\ held lor the .<-: ol bithU lli< sustaini '. prod.)(' i in;: these fii • decade* t.\ Seminar] q lantitathtk-l, gering, and q lalititfnhl estimation, His mind. enal in its capacity, seeraedl] peramentally incapable ing its outpi I There CIOMbehind each other i multi-volume "rk> that > lished new standards, wi daries fur Jewish scbolM Penetrating :;;

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?^ce 4-E -Jmis* fkrH&r Friday. Noresber 27 1964 CHANUKA MHi GREETINGS TO ALL FROW Northeast Air Lines Louis Ginsberg: Brilliant Seminary Savant i %  ^ N>< \:r A> (AT. t Dc4i+*4X4 he cay IN LOS ANGELES m CHICAGO M MEW YORT — ITS MKE LTMAN S ITS HENRJOIS .. rrs UNDY'S %  MIAMI BEACH rrs WOLF1S7S RESTAURANTS '.95 Liacoln Road 203S Collitts Aeuo BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FR ENDS AND CLlEN'5 LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH Can'*wed fr*fn Page 2-6 saoa. eaes oae a hnttMBl and •rrjiaal expooboa. The profoad:t> th. fauhed his thoughts IHIJ fieU of Jeish kaoiea>e a> %  ad* the snore mmrti^ by :i* %  %  nirlj :--c>;. ;"-r-".---f purree: ^ir>:u_ru of eTery detail ;tiir. each scholar av"rje*ed >>ca ,"iw >li a-ace %  V;-:H.-.^~a ui EMacfcah i; dad Ganfeag. or = ii :. batt betd? .-•--:: --;•--., -: •' %  ----:• Hto rrore<2 •-; %  : i".: %  ": ; r Ti. %  %  -T -----i Pi ideas. A ton i c Back of lb* ap>-%  "the boraiag :..•:< .' reie%aaee. the • -• -:,-i" :-> mm a pfcUasah? of hfe capable of gatthag the aaxSers sortd. tae Saaraoataa Geoatm MiBMaaV*. i i.. •-*-. %  Taj %  • • I %  ly a commentar shaimi. tha ort dedicated to the of Je-uh tradti li.ie engaeeri .• • „ egetatal nodi G teed k raaterl the woototi:. ed to fora real aenod iydKMiu pear for eiamp* eorered that a=j | eaees hetaeee tha -...--.* iT.; Hi : : ----".-..: :• %  Khalan l .•-.-.,'.:_ Jerasaleai aaaetj *. • :--:-. -%  i %  %  • %  ~. Pr7cr.#-: • he :-.-.. — *-• *• : %  %  s•; -. r CHEZ PliFK RrMAIRAM i = 5C SC.-T ; E C— A %  Cordial Best Wishes for the Holiday Season : ^r.-£_i SAM and MILDRED LUBIN nwou AP AITIIEMT mm FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT COMPANY ICE CO.



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Friday, November 27, 1964 -— %  "knisMtridlirin Paqe 5E Cooking Comer G. HI the pleasant memories childhood is of > merrily with their dreidles lhal Ihey not hear their mother callingthem to supper until she -ays very loudly. "Hurry, or the latkes will burn.'' At thi>. the children drop their toys and rush gayly off the stage. Perh.ip> 'his memory is so precious se the little ones in the plaj represent, in their eageri< -for the cakes, all the Children of Israel throughout the world. Almost since the first Chanuka, fried cakes have been paten everywhere by our people as .i reminder of the courage and tj>dom of the Maccabees. in some countries the cakes developed into the latkes or pancakes of cheese, buckwheat, or potato with which we are familiar In other lands deep-fried jelly-filled doughnuts, fritters. and pastries of many kinds have been considered more like those originally eaten at the time of the Maccabees. All these fried rakes have an added siginilicance. Chanuka is also known as The Feast of Lights, and the oil used in the cooking is symbolic of the oil in the cruse in the Temple, which miraculously lasted for eight days. In the Chanuka menu for this jrear we feature a deep-fried fritter or puff from the cuisine of the Jewish people of Greece, and e offer it as our dessert. Our main dish is richly flavored duck, a Chanuka favorite, for which we prepare a verj sp< en stuffing ol kashe and a| Potat i Kugel, ., beloved a pan of our Chanuka festivities as latkes, accompanies the duck. together nil French style green beans Since the duck is a fat low I, to balance it the tart herring appetizer and Onion-orange Salad are perfect. Menu for a Chanuka Dinner Herring in wine sauce Relish tray of celery and olives Assorted rolls Tomato Soup Crackers Ducks with kashe-apple stuffing French style green beans Potato Kugel Apple Sauce Union-orange salad Chanuka puffs Ducks with Kashe-Apple Stuffing 1 cup whole kashe. brown or white i egg 1'2 teaspoons salt 1-8 teaspoon pepper 1-4 cup chicken fat 1 large onion, minced 1'2 cups boiling water 3 cups chopped, peeled tart apples 1 cup finely diced celery 2 ducks, each about 5 pounds eviscerated weight Ground ginger to taste Extra salt and pepper to taste Blend the kashe (buckwheat groats), egg. l*i teaspoons salt. and the 1-8 teaspoon of pepper. Place in a well-greased 1 quart casserole and bake uncovered at 350 degs. F. tor 20 minutes. Meanwhile in a small frying pan the chicken fat, add the and cook and stir until soft but not brown Add the the fat in which it cooked. and the boiling water to the kashe. stir to blend, then continue baking, covered for 2ii minutes longer, until the kashe is tender. Cool, and add the apand celery. Have the ducks prepared for stuffing. Remove as much of the fat as possible without disturbing the skin. Sprinkle inside and out with ginger, salt, and pepper to taste. Fill loose'• with the kashe mixture am* fasten the openings with pins and heavy thread. Place the ducks, breast up. on the rack of a shallow pan. and set in an oven preheated to 335 degs. F. Roast approximately 40 minutes. From tune to time pour off any iat which accumulates in the pan. This amonnt makes 8 average and 6 generous portions. Onion-Orange Salad 3 large seedless oranges 1 large sweet onion 2 tablespoons sugar 14 teaspoon celery seed 1-4 teaspoon salt a teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons white vinegar %  j cup salad oil 6 lettuce leaves Peel the oranges, remove the white membrane, and slice the fruit 1-4 inch thick. Carefully break each slice into sections. Peel the onion, either red Italian, or Spanish or Bermuda. Slice as thin as possible, then cut each slice into 8 pieces. Toss the onion and orange pieces lightly together. In a -eparate small bowl combine the sugar, celery seed, salt, and nuisConfinued on Page 13-E fc BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA to our many Friends and Customers d 3 3 3 HAPPY CHANUKA ($ntiif Inj fried tfkittai 16899 N.E. 15th AVE. Ph. 945-0061 NORTH MIAMI BEACH TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS A. S. JONSON LABS., INC. PLASTIC EYE SPECIALIST. SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS—COSMETIC—(Plastic, Gold. Steel) 320 SE 1st AVE. Phone FR 4-6686 BEST WISHES FOR THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS LANGSTON and C0. f Inc. 351 S.E. 2nd Street Miami Phone FR 3-7411 INSURANCE TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS WINSTON W. WYNNE TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. GREETINGS... u \i K III CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street "• PL ***** IAIIKV MASKS & COMPANY MANUFACTURER'S DISTRIBUTORS WHOlfSAU WOMEN'S. MISStSI JUNIORS' DttSStS, COATS t SUITS Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Fla. Ph.ne FR MW1 MANUfACJURIHS Of T.N.T. 1NSECT1ODES TNT INSECTICIDES & CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 3728 N.W. 50th ST. Miami. Fla. Ph. 6338149 633-8140 Holiday Greetings to All My Jewish Friends and Clients TIPPETT RADIO A T.V. 6024 So. Dixie Hwy., So. Miami Ph. 666-0723 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL lnsl.H.li.1 ep-ir • 24-Hr. Service • Excavofmg Contract STN-tirOUP 4450 SW. 74th AVENUE MO 1-8547 NIGHTS and SUNDAYS d... MO 7-9571



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L iday November 27, 1964 vJewisti ThrSdiSaiti Paqe 7-E lew Tel Aviv University Campus Opens 6in< l;iv. Ol I./!'' I P b l\ JTA) — The new ,,f Tel Avh University was ierc last week in cereattended by I're-ident • Mayor Mordochai Namii officials. The i-uil;liii-> on the new hit h is :• I'II of the citj will be ( tmpleted tnia I an additional 15 build., [iiiished within three the facilities planned (01 campus are J water re iartment, a [acuity lor and finance, and courses dUCtioh, management, mar. dvcrtising, packaging and her fields connected with The new campus also rovide evening sessions foi lg people Dr. George Wise, president of Aviv University, in discus%  rw *ie future of the institution, lid"If Israel wants to maini, western standard of its lien c manpower factor, it %  J have additional higher „n institutions." He add%  ..• Tel Aviv, with a popuItion of nearly 800,000, "should .i. such an institution of its M'0 handle middle and lower rate families to give their chilren a higher education. Tel 'iv University will answer both kallenges." Mrs. George Baum, attached to the faculty of the University of Miami in the Humanities Department, and chairman of the Education Committee of Temple Judea, is honored at worship services "in recognition of her outs'anding service to Temple Judea during the past year in the reorganization of the Reliqious School departments." She is shown receiving an award from Herbert Gelernter, immediate past president, as Rabbi Morris A. Kipper looks on. H't lOted that, while the United i as two-and-a-half percent population attending higher •innal institutions, and Britas more than one percent, has less than one percent ch schools. He noted that were 180.000 Arab students trending such institutions in Lebanon. Syria and Iraq. Wise, who is leaving for the United States next week on a fund-raising campaign, hailed American universities lor their aid to Tel Aviv University, both in providing academic staff and in giving advice. He mentioned Ihe University of California in Los Angeles, the California Institute of Technology. Chicago University, Harvard and Columbia Universities, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kennedy Service Held at Zamora Memorial services for the late President John F. Kennedy was held Sunday, 7:30 p.m.. at Temple Zamora. Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora. will leader of Temple Zamora. conducted the services, assisted byGuest speaker was Daclc County Mayor Chuck Hall. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .\bbev-FHfc>r Press. Int*. COMMERCIAL PRINTING 6125 S.W. 68th STREET Ph. 667-1696 OTA R I O N HEARING AIDS %  •pair JO Mo*.. WHILE YOU WAIT Waftarlai m* MMi Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TWMS TMPC HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS L. CASEY Air Conditioning Installing 5949 S.W. 68th STREET Phone 667-5194 tfe & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL *S bf> f *ollow*d by th clock' L ..ng doily in a sro' of *hock 7 Toss


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Friday NovarrJser 27, 1964 fJenist fhrSdiar Chief Justice Warren and Mrs. Meir Will Address UJA's 27th National Confab By Special Report Chiel .lusticof the I'nitwl SuiteEarl Warren and Israel foreign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir v ill head the list ot distinguished 'American and Israeli leaders who nill address the L'nited Jewish Appeal's -"In annual national confcrenct -it the New York Hilton Hotel on Friday through Sunday. Pet I 10 13. it was announced Huweek by Joseph Meyerhoff, of Ball more, general chairman of the L'JA. I e turing the conference will t ecial programs honoring the 50th nniversary of the Joint Distribution Committee, major overMMrelief and rehabilitation organization founded by the Anier K.III Jewish community in 1914. which has been a constituent agency of the IMA since the Appeal's inception in 1939. Joining Chief Justice Warren, Foreign Minister Meir and Meyerhof* on the roster of speakers will be Edward M. M Warburg, o* New York, JOC chairman and UJA honorary chairman; Max M. Open Forum Held At Ner Tamid ftabt.i Eugene Labovitz was moderator of ,the open forum -vinposium at Temple Ner Timid on Wednesday1 >* 9 p.m. Subject was "Assimilation— What is Our Predicament Today?" Participants included Rabbis Hersliel Brooks. Dan.el Lowy and Harold Richter. The monthly symposiums are -ponsored. jointly by Ner Tamid Institute of Adult Education ami Freedom Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Fisher, of Detroit, UJA associate general chair. nan, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartx, JDC director-g-.neral from 1940 to 1951, who is serving as chairman of the JDC'j 50th Anniversary Committee; Louis A. Pincus, treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Israel; Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA executive vice chairman; Moses A. Leavitt, JDC executive vice chairman; and Charles H. Jordan, directorgeneral of JDC Overseas Operations. L'JA officers who will take leading roles in the work "I the eon ference include William Rosen "aid ot New York, and Dewey D. Stone, of Boston, honorary chairmen; Rabbi Isadore Breslau, of Washington, D.C.; Melvin Dubinsky, St. Louis; l,rael D. Fink. Minneapolis; Edward Ginsberg, Cleveland; Jack D. Weiler. New York; and Philip Zinman. Camden. N.J. AJ1 are,national chairmen. Also Joseph II. Kanter, of Cincinnati, chairman of the Youny Leadership Cabinet, and Mrs. Jack Karp, of Los Angeles, chairman of the National Women's Division. A record number of representatives from communities throughout the nation are expected to attend the three-day sessions. They will bring to a close the UJA's t'ifit campaign, set the objectives and national campaign goal for 1965 and elect officers for the coming year. From preliminary indications of refugee, relief and resettlement aid requirements during the next year, the 1965 UJA goal predictably will exceed the $105,000,000 total sought in 1964 to assist 751.000 Jews in need the world over. Page 9-E r0R£/G.J MINISTER MIR CHICf WSTfCI MfAtMN Proceeds Will Aid Hospital Funds raised at the night club a Hair sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary 1330 of Miami Beach on Saturday at the Casablanca Hotel are ear, marked for the Veterans Hospital. Chairing the affair was Mrs. j Evelyn Decky. On Thursday, the Auxiliary held Memorial Day services for the late President John F. Kennedy and past sisters at the American Lei gion, 1820 Alton Rd. President i Mrs. Daphnie Adelman conducted 'the meeting. MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC. FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" ALSO A LA CARTE MENU AMPLE FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED 1818 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-4714 TNI Lincoln Road at Alton Stll PARKING Member*: federal Reierv* Syilem Federal Depart loiuronce Co-p SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 2038 N. W. 27th ATO. PM6NC NE 4-4554 MIRACLE WIDOI OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF MIAMI, INC. SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION 7501 NE 3rd Place, Miami, Fla. Dial PL 8-5513 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., JAckson 2-3092 GREETINGS TO ALL S.H. KRESS CO. M.0-25C STORE 1201 Wrxj'alaglon Avenue TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS STEVE'S GARAGE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 2198 S.W. 6th STREET Ph. 373-1484 To All Happy Holidays OPA LOCKA BEAUTY SALON "Your Beauty Is Our Business" 384 Opa Locka Boulevard Ph. MU 8-0431 BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. MR mmm %  %  l


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Friday, November 27, 1964 +Jeisiifk}rdrfar7 Paqe 11-E Men Plan Play At Beth David The laughs come almost every oi her minute in "Who Needs Moninal musical comedy to be presented by Beth David Mi n's Club on Dec. 5 to 7 al Spector Hall, 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Directed by Bob Brenner, the > in final weeks of rehi l.ciorc its opening nighl peri.inn ance, Sunday Dec. 5. Plaj Committee Chairman Max Jacobson *aid "opening nighl will a 'first' amon • Greater Miami temples in thai the show will be led b; a dinner at the Hall." Heading the cast ol more than 40, man} ol whom who have ap reared in top amateur plays throughout the area, are Ronnie Wolk, Joe Xevel, Evelyn Saluk, Cancer Unit in Review "Wind from the Carolina-. Robert Wilson, u ;i s revii ed by Mrs. Frank Kcrdyk at i Beacon Cancer l"nit luncheon Thursday noon at the Hurrica Harbor North Restaurant. .\l Toba Black was in charge lickets. B'nai lion Meeting Next re [ular met I Greater Miami Dh isi n Zion, was held Saturd lit the Washington Federal, l. Washing! n Ave ol B 8 p Albert Jacobson was recently installed by Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple Judea. as president ol the Men's Club, as were '.he Board of Trustees of the Men's Club. Left to right are (top) Albert Kronowitz, Melvin Harrison, Harold (offer, Leonard KaRuben [dels, Lucille Alterman ; Herman Fisher. Tickets aie available at !'•• David Sj naa igue office, Metro Mayor Chuck Hall proclaims Jewish Wcr Veterans Day celebrated in Dade County on Nov. 9. Mayor Hall presented •he proclamation to the Metro Commission on Nov. 3 "in recognition of the outstanding eighteen posts and auxiliaries here for their outstanding job in providing service to hospitalized veterans. Left to riaht are Ainslee R. Ferdie, Department Commander of Florida; Mayor Hall; Mrs. Max Kern, national guard of JWV; and Ralph Rosofsky, commander of POL*. 174. Jewish War Veterans Day was also proclaimed Nov. 9 by Mayor Joe Murphy, of the City of Coral Gables. lish, Charles Rosenberg. Bottom are Maurice Waldorf, Leo Kotz, Prf ,-ident Albert Jacobson, William Ribbler and Charles Adler. Not shown are Dr. Elias Kogan, Irving Su:-smrn and Mort Zimmerman. JVS Sponsors Employers Lurzh Mrs. Charles P, Felnoerg, pre* ol J w i-ii V'ocationtl Ser-. i •. announces the first in a series of Employers Industrial Luncheons sponsored by JVS board members was held at the standard Club on Oit. 29. Purpose ei the luncheon was to invite -elect Miami industrialists tu become aquainted with the services ol the Jewish vocational' Work-hop .it :>L':>2 NE 2nd Ave. The workshop offers both reliable employees and sub-contract opportunities. Jerome < %  '• %  Greene, chairman ol the program, along with Charles Hertzoff, Dr. Carl Baumann, and Stuart Kochchild. of the Board of Directors, sponsored the lunch-' eon. Attending industrialists were Arthur Ben, Charron-Williams Commercial College; Irving Kane. York Furniture; I. Wollowick, Beverage Canners; and Charles — Schussler, s*i<> Water Co. // WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? BLAST OFF" TO COCOA DEACM FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open "io The Pub c Sj"d,s From 1:00 P.K 4.00 P.K] HAYE A GZTAV/AY VACATiC^ [3 Milm Frcn T-9 C)pe) + orand New A-.commoe'atior.s %  k Pool or Ocean Swimming Entertainment FCT All Agns Children Under 14. Wdh Fire^i — No Charge •k Coma anytime Friday Leave Anytime Sunday Sensible Rates V.'-.'te Or Pr.c-e — RtMrvaik i RAMABA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA Brotherhoods Have Convention By Special Report A thousand temple brotherhood icaders from all parts of the Unitid States, Canada and abroad assembled for the 20th biennial contention of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods and its ( %  wish Chautauqua Society on *0\ 12 to 15 at the Beverly Hilon Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Theme of the convention was Living Judaism through Brotherhood—In the Temple and in SoJcty." Leading clergymen, edu|ators and laymen addressed the a.ior sessions and seminars. Irovoc itive discussions on brothpood problemand current morissues led to convention ^solutions. A suggested platANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFtKSON UNION HIGHIAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET form of principles for guidance of temple brotherhoods and their individual members was submitted for convention action. "The Price of Silence," a new JCS documentary motion picture on the plight of Soviet Jewry, starring Edward G. Robinson and featuring many prominent personalities, was previewed. Danny Thomas was master of ceremonies at "A Night with the Stars" during the Saturday night convention banquet honoring Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles, on his 50th anniversary in the rabbinate. J. 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+Jemis*fkrt4&r Friday. Ncve-b President's Reception for Hebrew Univ. Honors Mrs. Charles Charcowsky Here y Mfc iM %  •: .~*96t4 narrowMM paerwKr. eeaBeaeatatiMi I M women • phiiA." Mer %  iMum '•'. Sunc: : %  Pi • '.'rter .v. ... =* rr.e z: 3 IMS ; :•' %  rers :' the -.'-"%  Dnbodox Jewish Zoacrecja:: An>erkx am Now 25 %  : 2; rvr :-e-rHotaJ • art Si pre_ e Israel *1* re~bf Har! %  :-. Goodmai Trudy Ham< Inez Krestfky, Leon Knuk Kat* ABU Bra en Bhl MO. Lean '.r. David T Iiriani Pn -• — honor Joseph Ra Matilda ... R U an Jj S'athai -rgelaui Belt] Stem P Thae N ciation • Desalination Plant to Cost $190 Million JTA — The %  ter Jesalinai %  ; %  %  '' >aged i: I : be: Israel ~ I .:• salt : •; '. series F Mac f the CM <: Safcae Rater the Depart %  seal at the Interior Mr rai •--.• I •-• •...;• aace Pn -. tier: j ihasoa T^. I-rael Pr.oie MnusU :-:•••! agreed on the joint projec" .:. Washington la: %  V S .-.a*t *reed on of the project. "' J %  % %  %  • • i .of | Dp • tts Of ele power "' • tajne Th Dtaartmeit of the InterDora Stein MeeHng Here Certer Tuesday. 8 l £ak< %  • a in hon%  • r t icr oHical made hi* anneuncemeat in an address to the seventh annual Conference on Science end Technology in Israel, conducted here recently by the American Technics Society. The gorup provides technical and financial aid to Technon, the Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa. At the concluding session Monca;. the :' :rr.Uoo of a "iri— tific peace corps" for Israel vaurzec after an addre-> bj' Dr. Alex Ke>nam. chairman of Israel: Kataaaal Council of Research ar.d Development. He tuW the u0 delegates at the session thai :he bottleneck holdine back Israel'] accelerated sc;er.\:.c delta acute shortage of • n n %  i'-Hepointed OUl I Bt in all of IsraesJ ,her iesr' I --.. %  >..•• bout :%  .-• B Grazes) i New Y • j • ... thai etpitt the f trail [ hi Is. | %  tudeal total ard Mr*. Charles Charcowsrv '.eft honored r: •'-.:cepoon in the home o: Mrs Sc—-e. S-rr.onhc icient o: the Greater %  !:=—.. Wc—.er. s I>.v_s.-.z: :::e:.ds o: the Hebrew Ur.;vers:*v mathematician and expert ;n aeroMuscular Dysfropfcy Canvas effort to f:nd suitable faculty mbers ho ouM teach in varr< A" appeal. Mr ; \ %  Some m Mlassi Bead •"•_-• i m im11lll| Caeattia at Techha\e \oiunteered for the Mum: UIMBUII BtiI lar Diiliafhj Aa ao rw their bWkI %  s ReI righl Dn Ar icag u-bosx %  to I QoodxMv&ic is powerfully influential OFFICES OF DISTINCTION br PAVLOW OOTee aeslgne awe) ftwneshlfieja Deeka, Oialrs, Ctdonree* Lamp*, Evorrthtafl far the C**.ca of DnrDacOeai on SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JJusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM IOS.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS



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[Friday. November 27, 1964 Councilman Galbut Named Chairman Of Fourth Annual Mesivta Dinner Here fJenist fkridHani Page 13-E Ml.! bly Ga Ijnan i wish Khedu (aineb This limn l poardi Intore bicrea Beach City Councilman iJ has been named chair• tfourth annual Mesivta tool "Scholarship dinne"r for Dec. 13 at the FonHotel. the fifth year of operaThe only Hebrew-English ligh school south of Bal•;i the current enrollment lo 40 students. Gale who hat two son* attending -he Mesivta and TWO others af •*• Hebrow Academy, will appoi-a working committee later "\ weok. He • • Beach attorney and has h,.,n active in Mesivta affairs j. pening of the school five years ago. His sonattending the .Mesivta are Robert and David. Abraham and Russell, are students al the Hebrew Academy. Galbut is a University of Miami graduate and received his law degree irom Tulane University. Galbut is a World War II veteran and holds the rank of lieutenant commander in the Navy Reserve. He is a commanding officer of a South Florida Navy Reserve division. Galbut. who was named dinner chairman by Mesivta Principal Rabbi Morris Horo\itz. said he expected more than MO persons to attend the lunction this year. "We distinguish the Mesivta Your Chanuka Menu to Please The Family Through the Festival C-noed from Page 5-E Blend in the vinegar • l the oil. beating con.til all is added and the is thick. Mix ju.-t : the dressing with the nge mixture to moisten Chill thoroughly. Place el leaves on salad plates nd the mixture neatlj Pass the remaining separately. This amount Chanuka Puffs i ( p water 2 tablespoons parve kosher ir^rgarine Finely grated rind of a lemon 1 cup sifted all-purpose Hour %  a tec-poon salt i ej.;Oil for deep-fat frying 3-4 cup honey \ t£t> 'spoons lemon juice Mi teaspoon ground cinnamon Place the water, margarine, and lemon rind in a one-quart saucepan, and bring to a boil. Simmer for one minute and remove from the heat. Add the Hour and salt all at once and -in hard until blended. Return to low heat, and stir constantly lor a :• minutes, until the mix• ire forms a large ball, then stir for 2 : inutes longer. Remove from the heat and cool to lukewarm. Add the eggs, one at a tune, and beat liar: alter each addition until the mixture is thoroughly blended and iree from lumps. An electric beater may be used. Put enough oil in a deep fat fryer to [fll it half full. Heat to 340-375 degs. F. (a small cube ol bread will turn light brown in 50-60 seconds.) Dip a teaspoon into the oil, then takeup a heaping teaspoonful of the batter. Drop it uit.> the fat. Repeat, bul do not crowd the pan as the dough putts' up a great deal. Fry until a rich brown, turning over as necessary to brown evenly. Remove and drain on paper towels. Blend the honey with the lemon juice. To .serve, pour the lemon-honey mixture over the puffs and sprinkle evenly with the cinnamon. The puffs should be served hot. They can be made ahead of time and reheated in a slow oven after being placed in a pan on paper towels. Serve as soon as they are heated, which will be in about 10 minutes. This amount makes 22 puffs. Note: For maximum puffing the batter should be fried as soon as the oil is hot. and betore the batter is completely cold. If you like, you may start the oil "heating while the flour-margarine, and water mixture is cooling to lukewarm, beforethe eggs are added. i annual scholarship dinner because of its meaning," he said. "It is the only school of its kind in the South offering such a solid religious and English education and most of the student body attends on scholarships. "Wheti the Mesivta started five years ago, it went to loin grade, advanced to 11th grade the next year, and then had an awardwinning graduating class in the third year. Last year's graduating class also drew national prominence." Graduates are Robert Bellmaker, Harvard; Larry Ciment. Howard Lauer, Kelvin Lerner, Bernard Lipman, Bernard Shapiro and Sidney Strajcher, Yeshiva; Shlomo Caplan, Ivan Bsterman, Ira Marcus and George Sternstcin. Ner Israel Talnuidic College Of Brooklyn; Yehuda Azulay. Miles Kuttler, and Edward Zemel. University of Miami; David Luchins. Joel Kornreich and Stuart Werner. New York University; and Steven Rantz. MiamiDade Junior College. The Mesivta has had six National Merit semi-finalists graduate from the school in two classes and a seventh in this year's senior class. Past u inners arc Bellmaker, Ciment (a 4.0 student at Yeshiva i. Kornreich, Luchins and Werner. Semi-finalist this year is William Led. Robert Galbut and Irving Jacoby have received certificates of merit under the National Merit Scholarship system. Hialeah Fine Arts Show df a S100 check to in* Arts Committee Presentation [he Hialeah Fi irt Scholarship Fund by Citizens 1 Savings of Hialeah Friti wil kick off the fourth an |i s ; ,|k Art Show and Sale i the savings and loan association's • •; .n office, 400 Hialeah %  Som< • %  South Florida artists %  s'e expected to display their works [• the throe-day show, lamest %  >' mber in the event's history. Added feature at this year's snow for opening day will be a kl.minuT--.e hand-carved Italian wood sculpture The i: inch-high work with glass insets is covered with gesso, a clay-like substance, and dales to the I7t* try is loaned to the it : year bj Mrs, S. F. Danels. Seen at the Miami Airport on iheir way to attend an international medical seminar in Mon.tego Bay, Jamaica, are (left to right) Saul Silberman, S. K. Bronstein, administrator of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Harry L. Lewis, president of Cedars, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. S'lberman. The two-day conference was sponsored by Cedars of Lebanon end 'he Western Medical Association of Jamaica, with ten Cedars doctors as faculty. Rosichan Speaks At Peretz School Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the I. L. Peretz School, 1545 SW 3rd St.. on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Rosichan will discuss "Jewish Problems in Europe, Asia. Israel, South America and the United States." Insurance Exec Ranks First Fred S'one, CLC ol Miami, ranked first in the Southern Region oi the field organization of the Home Life Insurance Com pany, NY. for his individual and group life insurance sales in October. He is a member of the company's Miami agency managed by William Rafkind, CLU. Stone, who joined Home Life in I960 as a field underwriter, has qualified for the 1%:; and 11)64 Million Dollar Round Table, and is a member of the 1964 President's Council, Home Life's top honor group. In addition, he has twice received the industry-wide National Quality Award. Stone is active in the Knights of Pythias and B'nai B'rith. Tiiereth Jacob Party Sisterhood Ol Temple Tiiereth Jacob is sponsoring the annual latke party i n Sunday at 6:30 p.m followed by a comedy, presented by the USY group. Farband Branch Schedules Film Farband. Ben Curion Branch meeting on Tuesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington Ave.. was conducted by newly-elected president. Manuel Burstein. Business agenda included administrative plans and a showing of the latest Histadrut film. Evening concluded with a social i hour and refreshments. Chai Chapter Affair Mrs. Flora H Slnick is chairing the night club affair sponsored by Chai Chapter. B'nai B'rith, at the Monte Carlo Hotel 00 Saturday, 9 ,..m. 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Friday. November 27, 19G4 +Jmi$t) FkrkRar Page 15E LEGAL N0TIC6 C3UNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN 'NO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOH'O* -OBATE No. 64905-B I'M LINK CREDITORS iiml All I-. I--....1 l| 111.I mlA :.' Ill (JOL1 11. E TO liu-x ,. r< b> notIIlea and rei hnve i %  LINE ade Coun%  I hi i six %  time of Ihi ..I", nr the % %  %  I. • Mlnml Flm li!n thin III r. \ I %  III61. • iSCAR II SCHAPIRO, \ Kxi I'utor ul.licntion of thin %  ... ..I .\'..\ .Mil" I I II Mi III Beach, Florida II IS, 20, 2 rMmV will 3rd 12 I N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT \-i AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64766-B • I:K Estate of \TIIKIUNH El.l.ERY, Hi-.', .i.-. .I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS \il Creditors ami All Persons : rial mil or Demands Again?! tat: .ii,. hereby notified and rei to pi ••-••nt any claims Bnd 1 which you ma\ have against -:.,c. of CATHERINE ELLEKY, ... ..i-.,i lute nf Pad.County, Florthe County Judges of Dade l> and file the name in duidlml ;IK provided In Section 731.16, StattiteR, In theli offices In • County Courthouse in Dado Coun%  v. Florida, within -i\ calendar % %  from Hi.llini of the first ..11..11 I-., reof, ..I the name will harred. Ii.'.il at Miami. Florida, this :'Sih October, A.D. 1984 MARIAN Ri'EIIL AExecutrix CRT WELLISCH v • :<. v for Estate of \TMKKINB ELLERY %  T Mmi-rla Avenue Uables, Florida i"im II 6, IS. 20. 27 \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 11267 '.I.AR SAVINGS BANK OF THE iV i iF NEW YORK Plaintiff, vKXSRTH W. BUTTON, et "x. et al Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT i Kenneth W. Button and -lane M. Sutton, his wife, residence I'nknoun, and If remarried, their unknown Hpouaea, if living and if d,nd, the unknown heir*, devisees, legatees, Rrantce.s, assignees, llenors. creditors, ""'"•ui-s or other clalmanta cmiiniiic by, through, under or against .my of th. above named defendants who are deceased. •'•iu are hereby notified iliat the vn eaptioned action has been ln• nir.-d ugninst you in the Circuit .irt of the Eleventh Judicial Irull of Florida in and for Dade Coon, in foreclose a nioilKafcc ii|Min tlie • llowlnf djefiTlbed real or;Hie''v Isit IS Block SO CORAL. WAY MI.UAf.K SKCTION A. I'art %  rdlng to the I'h't .,-..rded in 1'lal I k ; ..f the Public Records County, Florida. You are required to file "\. jdeading to plaintiffs •ll Ihe Clerk or the aim. said ( imrt. %  I nerve ii eopv thereof upon plainittorney MARTIN FINE. Daleral Bntldlng, Miami, Florida %  ll, not later than l>ecember T. I, nr ii Decree l*ro Confesso will iti red against j ou i' \TED: i'. '"i" r SO, IMM. B. n LEATHERMAN I l. rk ..f -lbCircuit Court By: COB. cnPELAND in pin v Clerk • HT1N FINS i .1. I TillII Ung n !. Florida I II .:. BY KENRY LEONARD 5COTL A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICt BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12071 a minor M nf lioiiald Alston Farr, i %  i i,.iI., ; am, ADOPTION "And then that bonnie lad, Judah McCabee came and freed the Jews from ." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business undi-i th' fictitious name ..f EMMY'S AMERICAN liOHEMlAN RKKTAI'RANT at 12*10 N R Sth Ave., North Miami, Kla Intend* to register saitl name Ith tin 'lei l> ..i the i 'Ii in Court %  I'.'i.i.''oiintVi Florida. II & .< REST M R VNTS INC. A Florida Cor] rtj l-'.oi" %  • Hofrelter, M:II, CHON1N Ait.mi.• for ll & .-" !:• -lamaiiiInc. 11 20-27, I-' l-ll I'n -ill. in To: LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9756 ROI1ERT WILLIAM MAIXlNEY, Plaintiff, vs ICLIZABETH l'i' Yi thereof, a> I' ,.f Dade a responomptaint THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0Dt COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12011 \ STt'li.MA.N. Plaintiff, vs. I V BECKETT STl'RMAN, Defendant. _„ NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION ItECKY BECKETT STI KMAN o Mrs. Rose Chennan 84M No. Rockwell Street • •hicaco. Illinois. .„,,.,,-,, YOU ARK HEREBY XOTIHhD • 'a I a Complaint for Divorce has l-.n filed against >OU, and V"U are lulred to serve a copy of youl i WIT or Pleading to Hi. ''""'';'""'.! Plaintiffs attorneys, SMITH *; V ANIH.Klt. 407 l.iniolii Road, Miami I-each, Florida, and rile th ''V"V sama in the office "f 'h.< let* • •' the Circuit t'onrt on or before the Tih dav ..f December, 19G4.lt Soil fall to do so, judgment liy <£''i.'idt will be taken against you ror .relief demanded in the complaint. I'ONW AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of October. i .., &f K. B. I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: K V "AN Deputy Otfk ^ „ .,, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C-10341 (Spiet) .1. R 'II.KASON. JR., as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcer of the United States of America, and his sue set's .ii such office, and Ins or their assigns, Plaintiff, VS. .M HIS' I'AVin BISHOP, et in, Defendants. NOT.CE OF SUIT JOHN DAVID BISHOP and JANET 11. BISHOP, his wife, if !i\IIIB. Including any unknown spouses of said Defendants tbffi have remarried, and if dead, ihiir unknown heirs, devisees, irrantees, assignees, creditors, llenors, trustees, and all other persons claiming by, through, under or against these I'. fi ndaiiis whose residences are unknown: Yni' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you by l s. nl.KASiiN. .lit., as Administrator .if Veterans iffairs, an Officer of the I'nlted States of America, and hisuccessors In such office, and his or Hi. Ir assigns, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering ibo i>llov\ iiig described property, lo-wlt: |.,,i is .n Block 24, of FIRST ADDITION TO CAR*ik CITY HARDENS, urriing to the plal thei f, as re,.,i,l,il ,ii plai Book *, at I'.i-. 41, of the public rei'ords of Dade County, Florida; Hid von in • • '" file | "r anHWI i with tin clerk nf Hi. Circuit ,-,,ii|.. ,,| i ml). Florida, al the house III M ami, Flol Ida, on %  •' ,„ i...,. iiecembi I IS • and I •i .-..n\ ... such I.! s' I i|"'H I'lainl.M I.AVII. I CATSMA N. „!„,-, add ll" % % %  rtagler Street, Uu In, '"' '' ...id date, as ,,( Flondu. n >• fa" l rnniplaiiii will niKi "" 1,, roll md a l"e.rie I'-., lo v || he enti red '•"" >'"" '" ; ii. nmnded i the iplalnl |i VTED in Ml ...iin I;BAR v ANN M M.oNEY, Defi ml.uu. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION BARIIARX -i.N.N ELIZABETH MAI.f'XKY 9 i 'amdi n AM nue l roviileuce, Rhode Island 1'. BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH MALONEY, are hereby in. .1 an Amended Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required 'o serve a copy of your answer or pleading t<> the Amended %  impialm for Divert n the Plaintiifs Attorney, AI.AN S, ROSENi HAL, nil AlnNleJ Building, Miami, Florida, and lie the original answer or pleading in the orri f the Clerk .f iii. circuit Court, on, or before the 14th day of December, 1M*. ii you tail in do so. judgment by default will be taken against yon for ill,relief demanded In the Amended Complaint for Divorce. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this '.'Ui day of November, 1901. E. It. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court nail.County, Fl orid a (seal) By: '. U. ALEXANDER Deputy Clerk ll LS-S0-27. 12/4 Rn> PLT.TION FOR w ::. FARIl unknown i. VV II FARR, a I'tltlon foi Ad ill:. • rou are rei %  op> of \ our An.V IVtltlnn foi' \.i..|.ii..n fo i %  i %  : Fai r on the I'laln' II s al !'.\\ LEY I:. 11' 'I lM \.\. i. • \ W 82 Street, FI i.. tiXl %  and file tin u i I'll ailing In '. of I hi Clerk of tin 'i iii Court %  n or Ifole Ihe Tih da; ol I In r, I9U4. ll >ou fall i" do so, Judgn • by defnuli will lie taken in j i.u for the i. Ii. f il. inundi d u the UI I of %  'nmplnlnt. i notice shall be published • ice h \\e. k for four eotisei utivi In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I H iNE VND iRDERED al Miami. Florida, this I ith da i ol I ictober, A.D. IflRL LEATHERMAN, Clerk, I'aii.. ('i.iiiiiv. Florida lilt Seal) C. P, COPEIJVND, Heputy Clerk STANLEY E. %  '•' KIDMAN J68S N.W. 82 Street Miami, Florida i iNford l -" % %  ^" Al toi n.-y for Ptnini Iff ll •:. 13, :'". ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *"Jewist fhrkttaun %  ollcils your legal notices*. W appreciate you? patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates iiiiil FBI 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE B. I'.. i ii. nil i 'iui-t. i I 11. -IIIT I Bj : 27 ,11 e Cammed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12003 HORACE MARBLEY, Plaintiff. IRADELL MARBLEY SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IRADELL MARBLEY •iv.i', Hooper Street I'liiladcii'iiia. Pennsylvania You, IRADELL MARBLEY hereby not It led that a Hill of plaint for Divorce lias i n against you, and you are required in serve a cop> of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Comptalnl on tin Plaintiffs nttorney, BHEVIN, fiOODMAN \IH H.l'/.MAN. -l'i Seyh.ild Building, Miami :'.:!, Florida, and file Ihe original Answer or Pleadil'iit'lng i the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court i.n or before the iih day of December, 194. if you fail to do so, Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the reliei demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published mice, each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.i .1:11 >l AN BONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Flnrlda, Ibis S9th day of October, A.D. !*•*. „ „ E B. LEATHERMAN, < lerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida • Circuit i'nui-1 Seal) By: C. iALEXANDER, Deputy Clerk PHEVIN, QOODMAN A IMI.TZMAN S46 Se\l.nhl Building Miami 12, Florida AI.VIN itOOPMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 11 i. 1... -o, -I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL R IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64779 IN RE: Estate of ROSE A. HONIOBACM I..,-, used NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I "redltoi and Ml Personi Ins i 'liiiins ..I l aii'iAgalni I •-'. Estate: You are hereby notified and quired to present any claims and .i mauds which you may have an the estate ..i ROSE A. HONIOBA1 deceased lati of Dade County, Florid to ill. I'liunn Judges ui Dade Couni and file lie game in duplicate and provided in Section 783.16, FI Statutes, in Heir offices in the Coll tv Courthouse in Dade County, Flo Ida, within sis al. iniaimonths fri the time of the first publication hei %  of, Hi. same ill be barred. Hated al Miami, Florida, this 2 day 01 November, A.D. 1904. MORRIS HONIOBACM As Administrator of Estate •• Rose A. Honlgl m, deceasi i l'n.-i publication "i this notice %  lie ilih dav ui Novi nil" r, 1964. CHEREN \GOLDEN Attorney for Morris Honigbaum, Admlnlsti'ator mi: i ilympla Building Miami. Florida 33131 H 6-13-20.? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OJVEN th-tt Uuundersigned, desiring to engagi business under the flctltloua nal NATIONWIDE SECURITY 8ERVIC1 ai :\"'< Blsoayne Building, Miami. Flo Ida Intend* to register said name i i the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Da • Counts, Florida, MARTIN STF.IN CA1D1N ROTHENBERO Attorneys for Martin Bteln, Applicant ,II., r., ayne liu'ddlius, Miami. Fla. ll/f-13-20--' laws •li. .1 imli das of Novemli i; |l LEATHERMAN Clerk ol i '."an Court M i'n mi). I' lorlda %  Heal) %  '"• COPKLAND | ... iut) Cll i i. DAVID P CATSMAN I•• l East Flagli Street H IJ.29-27, i: I NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12765 OEOROE E. NOBLE, Plaintiff, vs. LEONE NOBLE, I. fi miaul. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEo.NE NOBLE iv i 'odeiington St n t Hal ii.-. i lliial i'i, 'anala You, LEONE NOBLE, are herebj notltled that Bill of Complalnl for i iivon ii ii" en filed against you, and you a i n quired HI serve u copy of > ..HI Answer or Pleading to Ihe Hill .,! Coliipliuni on ihe I'laintin's attorney, HERBERT ll. WILENSKY, SVi III in II Idlng, I'J West Flaglel it la in I ::. ilorlda and file the or Pleading in the nfflci a r k ..I ine Clrcun i',mil -ii or before the 21sl day of I lit ll all to do so, default ivlll i. taken >ou for the iv lb i di nmnded in the ll i ilnt, %  pins mil %  -i..ill I" published once ucll week %  "' %  itl\ wet Ks in THE JEM iSil FUlRII 'I VN. HONE \.\.' ORDEIIEI" al Miami, l'i. i ui:.. in : -th da) ..i Novembi i. A.D. I'"'i i; ,; LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ail. Ulli I (neal) Bj : Mai Kin Iti Morford I lepuly Clei k HEHBRRT B I RNbKY 317 I'-iBJ ni Building i Miami %  --. %  i>>. .... i'i Allorne) La I'laiuliii I! 20-27, IS I-I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12272 RCT1I I". HICE, Plaintiff, PACL H. HICK, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: PAUL H HICE I36S4 Asiin Avenue Cleveland, Ohio YOl" ARE HEREBY notified thai a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, nnd you are herebj required to serve a copy ol y.iin answer i" the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER ROGERS "hose address is 999 N.W. 14th sir, .-I Miami. Florida, and rile the original of the Answer In the of Ihe clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and I'mDade County. Florida on or Ifore the 16th day of Dei mher, 1964, In default ol "huh the Complalnl will be taken as • %  e.l bv you i IATEI i this '.iii day "i No> %  ml.. r, ii"'.I. B, B. LEATHERMAN Clesk of the circuit Court B v: K M TTMAN i" P ity Clerk n i... 20, J.. 12 i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT "\ N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65001-A l\ ItE: Estate ol JAMBS I. MARKS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All ^., Having Claims or l'.mands AgaUUt S: Yi,u K r.e'he.el.v ....titled and requlilr ...". u „'v •.Imlms and demanus Hie ,„ present any claims and demnnus which pstace of ,.i late of the County and file the NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thati-^ u ||||n >lx the' time of provided In Statutes, in th Iv Conrllniusi undersigned, desiring to i-ngai: In hustness under the ii, Hilous name f OKHRA TRADINO COMPANY at N.W. 3iil Street, Miami. Florida. 'end t.i reaistiT said name with the '"lerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida HERBERT HI.ATI" SIDNEY WEIN8TE1N Side Owners 'I'TI.FR &. BJFRnr>v Ailorneya for Applicants AinKley Uuildlng 11/27, 12/4, 11, 18 vou Kla} I""' lisaoisl i \MI-:S l MARKS deceasDade County. Fli nida, to judges "I Bade County, ime in duiilicat. and Section 783.16. Florlfla lr offices in the Coun,, i lad.county, Klor, ilendar months fri.in the first publli-aiion IT ih" same will i>e barred. D""ed "a. 'M,..-.,. nertdg., tw. i-u. '' %  -> %i5:i!A m MOR^ D MARK 4 S As Kxecutrlx ,.-i,s, publics lo the -T'li •'• 1 N A JAY CRISTtiL IS64. Vttorney for i:,. urix 2] Northeasl Miami. Hoi Ida si Ave, 11/l'T I! I, 11, U IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No >0SA IN RE: Estate "I JOHN I'All'N lleeeasexl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraona Havini; CISMlS or Ociiiands AfeainM Said Estate: ^ on arc hereby notified and required (• preamrt any culms and d.niaiuis whlcn yen may have against Ihe .stale l JOHN I'ATON de,-. as. d lat. O* Hade Couiily, FVrida, in the County Judges of Hade County, aud file the same in duplicate and as pruvlaad m Sci lion Vtt.lt, Florida St.unit s. In tloir offices in the Count> i -Hi.ui-. in Hade County, Fiorina, W.IIIIII .-.\ %  aleiular iiH.iii...-. ir.'in llle lillie ,,t ihe LISl pil lllleil I 1. >ll lll'lei.i. or the same Hill be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, ihi das of Novi i" r, A.D. 1664. 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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
"Jewish FloridiUui
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VolUB 4
Number 48
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 27, 1964
Five Sections Price 20c
Bundestag
Chief Off To
Calm Nasser
go: JTA)Dr. Eugen Ger-
president of the Bunde-
(;ermany8 lower house
la1:.
11 -
aril
ni ilu> week went to
"pacifying mission,"
. ,i .i persona! invita-
I pt's President Gamal
i from German Presi-
, h l.nehke to visit this
Ecumenical OK's Schema
Absolving Jews of Deicide
N/JHU'.'i GOLDMANN
\,, in unofficial informa-
Ition ( Nasser is expected to
Germany next summer,
alter I tain's Queen Elizabeth II
pays scheduled June visit to

Tht
Mini;
conci
West German Interior
ry i elected this weak the
on of a report that West
Germany was the center of a re-
vival :' Nazism. The charge was
made :v the International Union
of Re! stance in a report which
prov the basis for a confer-
ence c' former resistance fight-
ers ir Antwerp. The report, ac-
cording, to the Union, was based
on research on neo-Nazi activi-
ties ir ten countries.
The ort said that several neo
\.n : .1)1- were presently active
'.. Gnrmanx It also asserted
| 123 neo-Nazi groups or
CHIEF KABBI UNTtKMAN
ROM E-( JTA The Ecumeni-
cal Council has approved a Cath-
olic Church declaration which un-
equivocally absolves the .lews of
all timeswhether in the era "1
Jesus or in later daysfrom the
ancient charge of deicide. At the
same time, Pope Paul VI rejected
a last minute petition prepared
by progressive prelates and sign-
ed by nearly half of the Council
Fathers, appealing to the Pontiff
to reverse the decision to post-
pone until the next Council ses-
sion a vote on the Declaration of
Religious Liberty
The final text on the .lews was
adopted by a vote of 1.600 in favor
against 99 opposed, with 242 ap-
proving it with reservations. It
was seen here this week as a vic-
tory for Augustin Cardinal Bea.
president ol the Secretariat lor toe
Promotion of Christian Unity, and
for the other liberal factions of the
Council, among whom the Ameri-
can Cardinalate played a major
role during earlier debates on the
issue.
Those prelates approving the
Continued on Page 8 A
C__hanttka -- 4"estivaf oj ^L^icjht-
Reaching to light the Menorah, this youngster at a Jewish
Community Center gets a helping hand from cue of his friends.
Across the country, at Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated
with the National Jewish Welfare Board, Chanuka candles,
great and small, will be illuminated by people of all ages to
celebrate the Feast of Lights beginning this Sunday evenina
lpubli>l
11
l houses in West Ger-
:'i about 25,000 members
al circulation of 233.000.
Dr. Goldmann, Chief Rabbi Unterman
Praise Council's Revolutionary Decision
LONDONi JTA i Dr. Nahum Addressing a press confercnct
ur^ch7iwlia ''i vears interior Minis- ment for its clear and unequlvoci
"HircherisaWhflas Jewlsh Con*res?; TT*^ c0ntent8' :,n" haiM .,he faC! *
I hm sa
try admitted the ex-
52 neo-Nazi publications
' had no knowledge of
I'lher- that there had not been
LONDONI JTA) Dr. Narmm Addressing a press conference.
docu-
al
that
Ihe Ger- tacuon nere uii me buu|jui >> >ik a vote was finally taken on it. He
c were concerned the Ecumenical Council of the state also noted that the majority was
fascism had been ended ment absolving the Jews of guilt such that one could hardly expect
i me for the crucifixion of Jesus any significant amendments to the
document when it comes to a final
vote.
faction hero on the adoption by the
Argentina to Penalize Anti-Semites
IS AIRESiJTA A new
Xing stiff, definite pen-
incitement to haired or
on grounds of race or re-
ut at the same time lift-
1 previous ban against Ar-
gentina'- two foremost anti-Semit-
alista, the leading anti-Semitic
groups in the country, is lifted, so
that their open existence is no
longer illegal On the other hand.
the decree provides penalties ol
ally, against any race or group of
another religion, ethnic origin or
color."
The fixing of specific penalties
lor anti-Semitic or Fascist actions
meets requests
liprisonmenl ol from one month and incitements
to three years for those who previously voiced by DAIA. the
"nrooaaandUe ideas or theories of central body of organized Argen-
>c and Fascist organizations, was f *up 8uperiorlty based on tine Jewry. On the other hand,
-.ted here this week by reUrion ethltfc origin or color: or some concern was expressed by
resident Arturo [Ilia. ho would justify or promote re-1 Jewish leaders here that Tacuara
I mi,: the decree a previous ban UgiOUS or racial discrimination in and CRN would now be able to
wuw tUc Tacuara movement any form; or who incite to vio- operate openly without any legal
nd (, srdia Restaurodora Nation- lence. individually or organization- restraint against their existence.
Dr. Goldmann said that he
shared the view of Rabbi Joseph
B. Soloveitchik, of Boston, that
it was not necessary for various
Jewirh groups and individuals to
try to exert pressure in Rome on
this matter, and that there was
no room for a theological dia-
logue between the Roman Cath-
olic Church and the Jews. But
this did not mean, he said, nor
did Dr. Soloveitchik intend it to
mean, that the political and
practical aspects should not have
been mentioned or discussed be-
tween responsible Jewish lead-
ers and those responsible for
Vatican policy.
The Jewish leader announced
that he would be going to Bonn and
Berlin toward the end of the month
for meetings with West German
Chancellor l.udwig Erhard and
Continued on Page 1S-A
NEW FIRINGS NOTED
UN Concludes
Syria Israel
Clash Study
JERUSALEM(JTA) United
Nations military observers, thi-
week concluded their investigation
i of the Syrian-Israel border inci-
dents of last weekend, which led
to complaints to the Security Coun-
cil by both governments, a UN
spokesman announced here.
The spokesman said the report
was submitted to Lt. Gen. Odd
Bull, chief of stafi of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization, w h o
was expected to draft a report for
IN Secretary General I' Thant.
THEY TRIED TO SHIP AN ALLEGED SPY BY TRUNK
Italian Government Deports Two Egyptians
'"MF(JTA)The Italian Gov-
ernment this week ordered the ex-
Pulsion irom the country of two
Egyptian diplomats who were ar-
rested when they attempted to
MnuggU aboard an Egyptian air
"tier i. drugged manreportedly
an Israeli citizenwho was bound
and gagged inside a specially fit
'''I trunk. The diplomats were
identified as Abdel Neklawi and
Selim Osman el Sajed. secretaries
at the Egyptian Embassy.
The trunk, bearing labels de-
scribing it as "diplomatic lug-
gage," had passed through cus-
toms and was waiting to be loaded
aboard a Cairo-bound Egyptian
airliner when a customs guard
I h-nrd faint cries coming from in-
| side the trunk. One of the Egyp-
tians tried to explain that the
seunds were coming from a musi-
cal instrument inside the trunk.
but the alert Italian guard sta-
tioned a colleague near the case
and went to summon police.
The two Egyptians quickly
loaded the trunk aboard a wait-
ing truck and began speeding
away from the airport but rre
overtaken by police a abort dis-
tance away. They were released
when they were found to have
diplomatic passports.
The man in the trunk, who was
barely conscious when police
opened it. said his name was "Jo-
seph D'han" and that he was an
Israeli citizen. He said he had
Continued on Page 7-A
Candidate
Apologizes For
Slur to Jews
MEMPHIS. Tenn(JTA) The
defeated Republican candid ate
here for the U. S. House ot Rep
resentatives. who issued a post
election statement against which
many Jews here had protested,
apologized to the Jewish commu-
itv and asked local Jews "and
all others v ho may have been of-
fended to forgive me."
The unsuccessful candidate. Rob-
ert B. James, sent his apology to
the Hebrew Watchman, local Jew-
ish weekly, whose editor reported
he had received protests against
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Legations Still Available for Second
nRiial Contemporary Affairs Lecture
I, led number of reservations
J ; available for the second
F temporary Jewish Al-
f cturcship which wiU be
f ,,i bv Dr. Abram L. Saihar.
[ .,,, i Brandeis University.
|V been announced by Fred K.
L ,, chairman ot the Lecture-
lij) Committee.
Isomsored by the Greater Miami
L'.h Federation, the Lecture-
he which is made possible
trough .m endowment by the Sam
Ln'k Family Foundation, will be
Lid in the East Ballroom of the
Cjtaineblean Hotel on Thursday
kning. Dec. 3.
Some 700 tickets have already
keen requested for this out-
Ltjnd.ng cultural event. Reter-
Llions and information may b
Inited Fund
)ver the Top
nd leaders at the Du-
| lotel on Tuesday night
| news that the 19W
t its S3 256 '"I" goal
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nute spurt oi giving,
rplus "i 19.125.
I live \ ice President
| 11 lared thai thou-
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| e trickling In dur-
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i airman Sidney D
btsii ed: "it indicates a
| i sponsible coromuni-
[f dent ('.en F V Bvans
fforts of some 10.000
phmteei corkers "the biggest
hiiit .' success."
obtained by phoning the Federa-
tion office.
Community leaders who are
helping to make arrangements to
add to the presentation of the
event include Mrs. Dorothy Krie-
ger Fink, chairman of hostesses,
and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chair-
man oi attendance.
The guest speaker, who has serv-
ed as president of Brandeis Uni-
versity since its inception, is gen-
erally considered one of the out-:
-.landing figures in both the Jew-!
ish cultural and educational fields.
His distinguished career of serv-'
ice to the American Jewish com-
munity included formation of the
Hillel Foundation movement,
which for many years he served as
national director and chairman of |
the National Commission.
i
Recipient of a number of honor-
ary degrees during the past year, I
Dr. Sachar is a board member of
the Fleanor Roosevelt Committee
and of the John F Kennedy Me-
morial Library,
Dr. Sachar's topic for the Lec-
tureship will be "The Future is
Not What it Used to Be."
The firsl Contemporar; Jewish
^ ffaii Lectureship
by Dr Salu W. Baron, eminent
historian and thoi
The overflow attendance and the
outstanding ((immunity reaction to
this cultural program led the
Blank family and the Federation
to plan on making the Contempo-
rary Jewish Affairs Lectureship
an annual cultural event to which
leading members of the community
will be invited.
Defeated Republican Candidate
Apologizes for Slur Against Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
Mr. James' post-election statement
lrom "many irate Jewish citizens."
In his statement, after the na-
tional elections, Mr. James said
that he hsd received "an over-
whelmingly high percentage of
the votes of the respectable peo-
ple in the community." He had
also stated: "I had hoped
against hope that the Jewish
group would see things in my
way. I am a businessman. They
are businessmen. Apparently I
didn't succeed. I am amaied
that I couldn't. If ever there
was a group that should be con
servative, they should."
In reply to that statement
.1 imes E. Irwin. the county Den
ocratic chairman here, said: "M
James' reference to the Jewis
vote and respectable voters is th
most bigoted statement 1 have ever
heard from a major candidate."
Mr. James telephoned the ed
j tor of the Hebrew Watchman an
apologized for his statement, the
I wrote a letter of apology printc
t in the Jewish weekly.
Sir Isaac Wolfson, one ol
Britain's most distinguished
industrialists and philanthro-
pists, arrives in the United
States next month to pay pub-
lic tribute to Meyer W. Weis-
qal, chairman of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science. Sir
Isaac will be a principal
speaker on Dec. 9 at the Ho-
tel Americana in New York
at the dinner of '.he American
Committee for the Weizmann
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Leaders Throughout Florida Will Attend
JNF's Kennedy Peace Award Dinner Here
Lifesiie Chanuka candles are children of 'he
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olay, "Chanuka on a Mystery Plan-
e- e presented at the Chcinuka Assembly
main sanctuary on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Top is Sari Teichman. Left to right are Alana
Reinherz, Nanc/ Friedland, Olivia Levin. De-
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S-G's Intention No Mystery at All
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Israel so (hat representatives to
the Parliament would be elected
like in the U.S.A. and England,
instead of the present system,
which keeps up doiens of small
parties, none of which have a
chance to become big enough
to constitute a responsible op-
position.
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against Mi Eshkol'a plan ol mak-
ing a half-way deal with the Ahdut
Avodah Party and the La von
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remain as a separate party and
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lem Ol a direct representative
election system.
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Jewish leaders from every part
of the state ol Florida will flock
to Mi .mi Bi ach to attend the John
1-. Kennedy Peace Award Dinner
at the Pontainebleau Hotel on S in-
day, December li, at 7 p.m. This
is the til il t> ide dinner spon-
sored bj Ihi Jewish National Fund
ol America.
U.S. Sen. 'wiranam Ribicoff will
he guest speaker that evening,
which will also honor William
Bornstein, Washington and Miami
Beach philanthropist, with the
.lohn F. Kennedy Award Medal-
lion.
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award ever presented to an in- (
dividual by the Jewish National
Fond. It will mark the dedica-
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Kennedy Peace Forest by Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol, U.S. Am-
bassador Walworth Barboor,
and other leading American of-
ficials.
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being held in each state of the
union at approximately the same
time. It will also mark the selec-
tion of an honoree whose name
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the entrance to' the John F. Ken
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Gov. Fariis Bryant, and GOV.-
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>Je^it fk>ridian
Page 7-A
Israel Naness to be Feted by Merkos;
Sossin Named Chairman ot Annual Dinner
Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education in-
ilalled at the 23rd annual dinner held at the
Diplomat Country Club. Seated are Judqe
rick N. Barad, vice president; Joseph Co-
r?-ident; Al Ossip, vice president; Leon-
ard Zilbert, vice president. Standinq are Mel-
vyn B. Frumkes, treasurer; Al Sherman, sec-
re'ary; and Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector.
Italian Gov't Deports Two Egyptians
Continued from Page 1-A
,. in interpreter [or main
the Moroccan and Egyp-
iies in Homo. The Is-
5 said it had no rec-
him.
-- conference later, the
i tiled himself "Dahan"
lu newspapermen here
i been working for the
n secret service,
Vi or ing to "Dahan" he had
come to Rome to discuss with the
ans future conditions oil
Mirk, piv-umably involving the
payment he would receive. He
i.ud no agreement had been made
in the "conditions" and to win
time, he told the Egyptians he was
"read) to return to Cairo." It was
.iltc: th.it conference, he said,
that he had been drugged in pre-
paration for the attempt to ab-
duct him
Italian police reported that "Da-
han told them he had worked as
louis rVoffson Named
Rep, Louis Wolfson, II. of
has been appointed a mem-
i the Florida Senate-House
live Council. The council
>..- created in 1949 as a commit-
l. gislature, with interim
It administers affairs of
ative Reference Bureau,
selection and compensa-
tion ill personnel and establish
' .'! policies.
an informer tor .in Egyptian or
ganization ..ml got into trouble be-
cause he had asked lor more
money. Police -aid -Dahan" told
them he was given a choice ol
dropping ou( ol the "organization"
or being sent to Cairo "to talk to
the boss." II'' -aid he had the im-
pression "dropping out" mighl
mean his death.
Israel may ask Italian authori-
ties to extradite the man who
, gave his name as "Joseph Da-
i han," after his rescue at a
Rome airport from an Egyptian
i attempt to abduct him inside a
! trunk. The man was identified
by police authorities here as
Mordechai Marco Look, 30, of
Petach Tikvah, who, in 1961, es-
caped to the Gaza Strip, leaving
behind him his wife and four
children.
Police said he was born in!
Spanish Morocco. They revealed j
that he was "a criminal case"
who had been arrested frequently
prior to his defection to the Egyp- j
tian-controlled Gaza area. His wife
now works a- a housemaid. He has
parents in Israel, living at Rishon
Lezion.
While Israel has as yet made
no official request for Louk'a ex-
tradition, ii was nevertheless as-
-umed here thai some contact has
already been made ith Italy con-
cerning Look'- possible extradi-
tion to Israel.
If Lcuk is brought back to Is-
rael, he will face charges of
leaving the country illegally and
possibly a more serious accusa-
tion of being an enemy agent.
The evening newspaper Maariv
Mated this week thai Louk had
planned thai he would be "plant-
ed" in Israel by the Egyptians to
replace another Egyptian spy. Sa
lim Maborck, who was captured
by the Israelis in the last year.
convicted, and sentenced to 15
years' imprisonment. The newspa-
per expressed the belief that Louk
had been in the process of estab-
lishing a now identity, as Joseph
Dahan. in pKt'paration for his re
. turn to Israel under the false
' name.
Michael Sossin. member of the
Honda Commission on Aging, has
been name.! chairman Of the
fourth annual Honda Merkos 1,'ln-
yonei Chinuch dinner More than
500 persons are expected to at-
li ml the function scheduled for
Dec. 20 at the Coronet Hotel.
Announcement of Sossln's ap-
\v intment was made by Rabbi
Abraham Korf, director of the
Florida Regional office of the
Merkos. educational arm of the
international Lubavitcher move-
ment, one Orthodox Judaism,
Israel Naness, leading Luba-
vitcher supporter, will be salut-
ed at the annual banquet on the
occasion of his 85th birthday.
Sossin called for "unprecedent-
ed support of the Merkos func-
tion in an announcement made
, this week. "The Lubavitcher
movement is a facet of Orthodox
Judaism that should be support
ed," he sain. "Education of the
young is oi:e of its prime goals.
It> workers have traveled through-
ut the country and the world, dis-
tributing information and dissemi-
nating brochures and personal
guidance to all Jew- in need of
spiritual sustenance."
Honorary chairmen of the din-
ner are All x S. Gordon, Metro
Commissioner and last year's
chairman, and William <; Mechan-
ic, civic leader
As direct ir of the Florida Mer-
kos, Rabbi Korf has delivered lee
hares to various youth groups, as
well as serving in an advisory
capacity on local Jewish boards
of education. The Merkos also
maintains a Lubavitcher Hebrew
Free Lean Society, lending funds
to the destitute at no interest
Guest speaker at the fourth
annual function will be Rabbi
David Hollander, of Mt. Eden
Center in the Bronx, N.Y. Rab-
bi Hollander is a former presi-
ISRAU MAHttS
dent of the Rabbinical Counc.
of America anc1 a past delegate
to the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem. Presently, he is
president of the New York Metro
politar. Eojid of Rabbis.
Naness, the honoree, was born
.ii Tziasnik, Russia, to parents
who w.re leaders in the Lub -
vitcher movement. Naness i
Russia [or Ihe United states wh
he w as -'i years ol age. He sel
tied in Brooklyn, N.Y.. where I
continued hi- activitj in Merkos
In 1958, Naness traveled to 1--
rael, where he received a warm
reception from Mayor Madazkii
of Cfar Chabad.
Naness moved to Miami Beach
in 1961. Since living here, he has
joined Congregation Beth Tfilab
as an active member. He hi -
also continued his support in the
movement through the Florida Re-
gional director of Merkos Rabbi
Abraham Korf.
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF
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ELI HURWITZ, President
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outside the United States
By
SAUL E. JOFTES
SECRETARY-GENERAL TO THE
B'NAI B'RITH INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL
This is Mr. Joftes First Appearance in this Area
Tuesday, December 1, at 8 P. M.
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Anthony Celebrezze to be Guest Speaker
At Kick-Off Program for Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene are chairmen of the hospital's
fourth annual Jubilee Ball to be held Dec. 12 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Mount Sinai to Break Ground Here Dec. 6
For Two New Additions to the Hospital
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
two new addition.* to Mount Sinai
Hospital irill be held On Sunday.
>< < 6 .i' -' p.m Guests of honor
v- ill be the donors ol the two new
-----Maj. and Mr- \
. i recent!} pi esente I
hospital with $1,300,000 t"
- i new ISO-bed addition, and
Mrs S Harvej Greenspan
her daughter, Mrs, Basil Heatter,
>vho nave the hospital an addi
inal quarter ol .< million dol-
lars towards the expansion ol the
i senl .- Harvej Greenspan Out-
tient Pavilion.
Leonard i Abe--, president of
the hospital, said that plans have
been finalized lor this auspicious
brezze, U.S Secretary of Health.
Education and Welfare, coming
from Washington. DC, to be gues*
tweaker. Abess announced that
n any state and local dignitaries
will also participate in the cere-
monies to be held on the grouash
ol the hospital.
Mount Sin il Hospital will cele-
brate its 15th anniversary during
lh< week ol Dec. 6 through 12. with
panned activities for both the
public and hospital personnel.
Kicking off the week-long pro-
gram will ').' groundbreaking cere
i.,nine- for two new addition- to
the hospital on Sunday. Dec. fi. at
2 p.m. The ceremonies >\ill be
held m honor of the new 150 bed
Albert and Bessie Warner Pavilion
for Continuing Care and exoansion
of the S. Harvey Green-pan Out-
I, t.ent Pavilion and Rehabilita-
tion Center
Anthony J. Celebrezze, U.S.
Secretary, Health, Education and
Welfare, will be guest speaker,
and the public is invited to at-
tend.
Tuesday, Dee. 8, the hospital will
hold Open House Tours at 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m.. conducted by the
Tours Committee of the Women's
Auxiliary, The public is also in-
vili I to attend.
Wednesday morning, Dee. 9,
will feature a special brunch hon-
oring members of 'he hospital's
medical staff.
Thursday and Friday. Dec. 10
and 11. hoth employees and pat
ients will be feted
The week will be climaxed on
Saturday '\ening. Dec 12. with
the fourth annual Jubilee Ball to
be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
with Mi and Mrs. Robert '/. Greene
and William B. MacDonald Jr., as
co-chairmen.
WILLIAM B. MocDONAi: i|.
LEONARD ABtSS
The Albert and Bessie Warner
Pavilion for Continuing Care,
lS-bd addition, will be erected
on the beyside of the hospital
grounds and will be a four-story
building. The rooms in the new
addition, according to architect
Morris Lapidus, will resemble
sitting rooms with colorful de-
cor and will incorporate all of
the latest details and facilities.
The lobby level will include two
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and private rooms, each equipped
with patient-nurse communication
systems, piped-in oxygen and suc-
tion and television.
There will be a recreation room
on each floor, and a roof solarium
and recreation area will also be
provided, in addition to a beauty
shop and barber shop. Facilities
will be especially designed for re-
habilitation patients and patients
in wheelchairs.
Expansion of the S. Harvey
I reenspan Out Patient Pavilion
nd Rehabilitation Center, which
will be erected adjoining the pres-
ent Out Pat'ent Pavilion, will in-
clude additional space for this ex-
tremel) buij department of Mount
Sinai Hospital. Currently, the hos-
pital holds 28 clinics in the Green-
span Out-Patient Pavilion, includ-
ing service- which range from
pre natal to geriatric care. New
treatment and examination rooms
are included in the expansion, in
addition to a larger waiting area
and additional room for enlarged
specialty clinics.
In the newly-expanded area,
specialized lacilities are being pro
v:ded for an eye clinic and an ear.
nose and throat clinic and a dentai
clinic, as well as laboratory faci-
l lities. Also incorporated into this
I area will be an expanded Social
Service Department, facilities for
the Home Care Program and an
office for the Tumor Clinic and1
Cancer Registry.
The new expansion of this r
will also include an additional
service far patientsa compre-
hensive physical, medicine and
rehabilitation department, in-
eluding Hydrotherapy, examining '
and treatment facilities, occupa-
tional therapy, a gymnasium,
and an electro-myography (mus-
cle-nerve testing). |
Abess said that the public is in-
vited to attend the .'roundbreak-
ing ceremony for the growth and
expansion of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal.
Ticket Sales
To Sinai Jubilee
Going Briskly
Co chairmen Mr. and Mrs Hob
erl '/. Greene and William B. Mac-
Donald Jr., of Mount Sinai Hos
pital's fourth annual Jubilee Ball.
icporl that -ales are advancing at
a rapid pace, but that good table
reservation*' are -till available.
According to Greene, trustee and
founder of Mount Sinai, this tunc-
tion will commemorate for the
hospital and the community 15
years of sharing the responsibility
of healing all who come to its
doors, regardless of race, color,
creed or the ability to pay.
Greene said that at this fourth
annual dinner and dance given by
Mount Sinai, "it is hoped we will \
renow old friendships and make
new ones for the hospital."
Serving as host and hostess for
the cocktail party immediately pre-
ceding the ball will be Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Silberman.
The co-chairmen announced that
many unique surprises are plan-
ned for the evening, and that
reservations may be made by con-
tacting the Public Relations Of-
fice at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Larson Guest
At Beth Kodesh
J. Edwin Larson, Florida State
treasurer, will participate in a
special breakfast honoring Abe S
G >ldman at David Lynn"- Char
lb use on Sunday. Dec. 13.
Larson is a longtime friend ot
Goldman, whom he will install as
president of Beth Kodesh Men's |
Club. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spirit-
p;.l leader ol Beth Kodesh, will
preside.
Reuben Keinberg, breakfast
chairman, -aid that an honorary,
life membership in the Men's Club
will be presented to Larson.
Goldman was supervisor of
public relations for the City of
Miami for 15 years, and is now
director of community relations
services of the Southeast Fieri-
da region of Sunland Division
for Retarded Children.
Assisting Feinberg in arrange
ments for the breakfast event are j
Harry S. Schwartz. Saul Blake, Nat
Blumberg, Herb Cole, and Al'
Weiss.
Officers to be installed with
Goldman are Sam Cohen. Ed Beck-
er and Joe Kaplan, vice presi
dents; Jack Stone, treasurer; Mac
Lihman, secretary; and Herman
Slufren, sergeant-at-arma. s a m
Schulwolf. retiring Men's Club
president, is currently president
of the synagogue.
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, November 27, 1964
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Paqe 11-A
STEPS TOWARD BROADENING JEWISH AGENCY
ler Tamid-lsrae! Chanuka Festival
ill Feature Noted Emissary, Performer World Zionist Cong. Maps Meeting
I
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shed Israeli dipliwjat
,,i ,,.., o! the entertain-
rid ivill take prominent
,i,,. Tempi* Ner Tamid-
hanuka Festival Dinner
(l. ,,11 Sunday night at
bleau Hotel.
\ Shaw, Temple presi-
dinner chairmen, and
, ,.,,,. LahOVitZ, spiritual
f the congregation, an-
Ihal Ailin Talbar. emis
l,i,.| in the Kconouuc
in Washington, and Jan
ell-known tenor and Jew-
. numorist, will be highlight-
i program.
, mnei v. ill honor Col. Wil-
H irris. a tounder and
sidenl "I eongrega-
uwvncina that Talbar will
.ist speaker, Rabbi Labo-
:: uted out that Adin Tal-
his personal life reflects
-r and drama of the birth
growth of Israel. His pres-
lit the Ner Tamidlsrael
l.j Dinner is a unique tri-
\ the congregation and the
I |; rie tenor, humorist
I .,- had a long
I television, nighl
i- throughout the
ie i- a noted interpreter
rial. Israeli and Yiddish
nd i- lanked among the
fjev ish folk humorists in
the Dinner Committee
to Rabbi Labovitz and
lau are Maurice L. Za
lairman of the Board of
Mrs, Henrietta Fine.
111 and Mrs. Sadie Tro-
nrv chairmen; Mrs. Eu-
rartz, president of the
and Dan Piver, pies
lie Men's Club.
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account status opens Mondaj .it
the mam office ol Citizens Fed-
eral Savings, tOQ Hialeah Dr.. Hia-
Leah.
Albert Gleiberman, field repre-
sentative of the Social Security
Administration's North Miami of-
fice, will attend the program to
answer questions next Thursday
and Friday
MOW YOliK(JTA) Steps to-
ward the broadening ol the Jewish
Agency lor Israel, and the streng-
thening oi the commitment to
Judaism and Israel of Jews ill the
Diaspora, iil bfl foremost items
on the agenda of the 26th World
Zionist Congress, to convene in
Jerusalem on Dee. uu. according
ii Mrs. Base 1-. Haiprin. chairman
ol the Jewish Agency-American
Section
Mrs. Haiprin, who has Just re-
turned from Israel, where she at-
tended meetings <>l the plenary
.session of the Jewish Agency ex-
ecutive that made plans for the
forthcoming Zionist Congress,
made these statements in a report
to about 40 American members of
'he Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Organization at a
meeting ol th Jewish Agency, She
-aid there are a) lea.-t lour pro-
grammatic and structural changes
being projected These are:
"1. Problems of the Jewish
community outside of Israel will
be a major concern of the Zion-
ist Congress, the first time in
history that it has been so orien-
tated. The adoption of a com-
prehensive program of combat-
ting the trend toward assimila-
tion through more intensive ed-
ucation and a deeper commit-
ment to Jewish survival and Is-
rael will be the goal of a pro-
gram designed to deepen the
dedication to Judaism of millions
of Jews throughout the world.
"2. The structure of world Zion-
ist organizationsthe World Zion-
ist Organization, the Jewish Agen-
cy and the Actions Committee
will be broadened so as to include
interested Jewish leaders who ac-
cept the Zionist program but who
are not affiliated with any particu-
lar Zionist group. This, it is felt.
will strengthen the Zionist move-
ment by enlarging its influence.
'3. The greater participation of
youth, both through affiliated
Zioni-t groups and through gen-
eral Jewish youth groups, will be
SOUghl A first step will be the
participation of at least 70 young
people as lull-fledged" participants
in the Zionist Congress.
"4. Organized national Jewis I
groups. Kehillot. etc., will be offi-
cially rcpr, sentod at the 26th Zion-
ist Congress, in addition to repre
scntative.s oj the Zionist group
ings. This also will be another
step toward broadening the base
of Congress."
In all. Mrs. Haiprin said, 650 del-
egates will attend the 26th Zionist
' Congress, of whom 29 percent will
be from the United States. 38 per-
cent from Israel.
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Friday, November 27
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Baumgad cf Beth hm
11-
RABBI HtPKtin BAUMGARD
Home Auxiliary
Musical Program
A musical program was featur-
ed ;it th< meeting of the Greater
.Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish
Home for Hie Aged, on Tuesday,
the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Loui- Makovsky, program
rman, introduced singers i-.t
belle Heller and Dorothy Mondres,
soloists accompanied by oiga
bibor .Stern.
Mrs. Laurence Silverman, pres-
t. c.\t> nded greetings and
inducted the business agenda.
HEBREW EDUCATORS
ALLIANCE
of Greater Miami
Express Deep Sympathy
to
MRS. AARON CENTER
AND FAMILY
on the passing of
their husband and father
Aaron Center
Esteemed Teacher and Scholar
Rabbi Shimon Aiulay
President
Nettie Goldstein Ellis Robins
Vice President Vice President
l i Dr Herbert M B iu
it) ol the Hebrew Union
Col lev ': tirute ol I
n .!. \i m Y rk, here he
ol h class,
in 1950 He has attended the Uni-
versity ol Virginia, where he ob-
e I his Bacheloi 's degree, and
C lumbia ; Diversity, where he
studied foi four years in the Grad-
u ite Department ol Ancient Sem-
itic Languages and Culture- He
holds hi Doctorate in Hebrew Let-
ters from the Hebrew Union Col-
He has served as spiritual lead-
er of Temple B"nai Israel in El
mont. L.I., and is rabbi at Tem-
ple Beth Am in South Miami.
He was commissioned t<> write
a book entitled 'Judaism and
PrayerIssues of Faith." by the
Union of American Hebrew Con
gn-egations, which has just been
published. He is the author of
numerous pamphlets which have
had national circulation, including
"What is Liberal Juadism" and
"What I Believe ^ a Liberal
Jew-
He has appeared on the national-
ly-televised program, "Church ol
the Air." from NBC New York,
and has spoken on the national
radio program, "Message of Ls
rael."
In .Miami, he has appeared reg-
ularly on the Ch. 7 program, "Still
Small Voice '" Ch. 2 program, "Man
to Man." and on WGBS.
He is currently serving as pres-,
ident of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Ger.iter Miami. He is on
the Florida State Executive Board
of the Anti Defamation Lea cue of
B'nai B'rith, the South Florida
B lard of the American Jewish
Committee Board of Governors
o( the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration and the Executive Com
mittee of the South Florida Coun-
cil "f the Union of American He
biew Congregations.
He has been appointed to serve
as chairman of the Committee on
Svnagogue Music by the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
H<- has also served as director of
the South Florida Council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
He is mnrried to the former
Selma Geller, and they have three
children, Jonathan. Shira. and
Daniel.
**!
Herbert Tenzer, New York
conqressmar.-elect. has been
named recipient of the 1964
National Leadership Award
of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Conqreqations of America
presented at the orqaniza-
tion's 66th anniversary na-
tional biennial convention
this weelond in Washinqton,
D.C.
Teen Agers Map
Conclave Here
Eleventh annual teen-age con-
clave of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami will take place Sunday af-
ternoon, Dec. 18, at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel, over 3oo delegates
from 30 clubs of senior high school
age sponsored by the "Y" are ex-
pected to attend the luncheon.
Staff coordinator for the event is
Burton Garr. branch director at
tl.i Beach "Y."
Members of the Steering Com-
mittee are Miami BeachMiriam
Carr, William Goldberg. Karol
Hirschberger, Howard Hyman, Ida
Offenbach, Irene Pomerantz. Jeff
Roth. Roberta Sandier; Beach
BranchDonna Englander, Har-
ry Garfinkle, Lyn Goldsmith, Carol
Kresberg, Linda Resney, Selma
Schinkman. Robert Stone and Nan-
cy Zivitz; North County Branch-
Ellen Kravitz. Dave Lubin and
Gail Steinfink.
Orthodox Unit
Slates Confab
In Washington
By Special Report
The role ol the religious com-
munity in Influencing standards
ol business < thics and in the cur-
rent struggle lor civil rights are
among the principal concerns ot
tile 66th anniversary national bi-
ennial convention of the Union ot
Orthodox Jewish Congregations ol
America being held No\ 25 to 2!
at the Shoreham Hotel in Washing-
ton. D. C.
Burke Marshall, assistant attor-
ney general of the United States,
and Philip Elman, member of the
Federal Trade .Commission, were
among the speakers scheduled to
address a convention session on
Wednesday devoted to "Moral
Standards in American Society."
More than 1.800 delegates are
attending the convention of the
UOJCA, the national organization
serving 3,100 Jewish congregations
t'iroushout the United States and
Canada. The five-day conclave is
the largest multiple-da) assem-
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can history.
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1964
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IruTH ISHAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av.
Sidox- 3hbi "aae Ever
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.wit SHALOM CONGREGA-
inN 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
[;,or i,ratl Kershner.
She EMeT. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
fnf,alive^ ___
H DAVID -025 sw 3rd Ave- Con-
.native. d'-tor William W. Lip- j
f" -. 11: our I>.<-. ni-
>aj ' '" t* r-
L Knurl Story, liar
J .. ..r Mr. .tn.i
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EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
\t RaObi Solomon Schitf.
CANDIWGHTING TIME
22 Kislev 5:09 p.m.
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Ha)
Saturday 8:10 a.m.
illg I- 11 \S .i \ u|
lTH ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho-
|o< Rabbi B"*i Wein.
----
Ith JACOB. 3U1-311 Washington
Orthcaon. Cantor Maurice
ilamches.
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K0DES' 01 SW 12th Ave.
iJcSf1 T optional. Rabbi Max
Ejl Benjamin Ben-An.
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l-HMO E CONGREGATION
|:;; o e Hny. Conservative.
ovttz. Cantor
- in..... "Thai
I." ,i hi.

? TFIL^M 935 Euclid Ave Or-
I n E. Rackovsky.
-
\h T0P5-' 164th St. and NE 11th
Conerv itivt, Rabbi Max Lip-
1 \i. C.i.-to.- Ben-Zion Kirschen-
an.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlei ,
Kodner.
P>lda> 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The (muor-
tam.....f Mo Patriarch Jacob in i. Ur-
iah Hlatory." I lax Mltcvah: Davlda
daughter ..r Mr. and Mrs. tauii '-
hen; Debblo Kin/., ilnuchtt-r >( Mr
and Mis. .;.!:.i.i ;.;i. n. Saturday
ii:i". urn. it.u- Mltcvah: Hary, win oi
Mi. and Mr-. s:.i-.> l-'.-m:ii: Barry.
s..ii t.t Mrs. Sally M.i-, and Dr. Kr-
win Morse.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Relorm.
: 5 i. in. Si.-t.-ili.....I
11 v. VVornoii
.i Ban Mil/
i' Mr. ii ii-1 Mi-
-..tmday 6:30 a in.
-.ii ..f Mr. an.I
dreg, aon "t
i s.-in iik. r Mln-

----
ll RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
hsv.it vr Rabbi Harold Richter.
ptor Jack Lerner.
Si rmon: "Womi n
- Mltavah: Fran-
M and Mrs. saiii-
f day v ::n a.m.
Portion iIn- Lay.'' Bai
i Pa ll, 'll ..| Mr. and Mi -
----
-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
|d Cantor George Goldberg.
Si i ii 11: "Lei I'-
.i .I.i \ : a in. I '.ar .
M -.( Mr. and Mrs.
p.m.

:W ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
ftnouox. Rabbi Alexander S
Saturday : a in. M in -
[WOOD TBMBLE 5'NI 1?"1
ton st. Conservative. Rabbi
no. Cantor Yehuoah
Ira, .n.
e
ft AD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
1 Conservative. Can.
'' Aloof.

E <_l NTER. 3175 SW 25th
..itive. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Cantor Loois Cohen.
. ml ". i. in. Si -
i Uie I 'llarlm Fall
i j ^ unou Ita
- i ii ii Thi
COHEN COMMUNITY
OL L 103? Washington Ave.
' Rabbi T.bor H. Stein.
i
Mali n- Than

St I .
I'alilui
KUi
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[H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
R-ibhi n,vid Lehrfield.
Abraham Seif.
Mil .-.inn dnj 30
Philip \V< iss. ,-,.ii
T ip "We
the Extinguished
IHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
y*- Rabbi Phineas Weber-
[EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
servative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
uiil s:15 ii.in. Bermofl:
[I*roblcma and Their Solu-
ucday :. a.in. Sermon: "Por-
Week."
1--------
"C JEWISH CENTER. 645
*ve. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
|).m. Saturday 1:30 a.m. Ser-
ImpleuB Obedience."
ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
e 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Maurice Neu.
IS ami 8:U p.m. Sermon:
la Not Christian and
la N'n! Jewish." Btaturdaj
Sermon: "Men Make
tar Mltavah: Robert, aon of
Mrs. Joaeph hi.Ms. Mlncha
BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
50. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Pi Iday T.i.', p.m. Family Ben
Thoai uiih lilrthda>n in Novemliei
an-1 11,. ,nil.. i- \i;ll hi i..--. il Daiigh-
t. r of Mi. and Ml Vl< lor Foster ill
be nan,. .1.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstri.ctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
S p.m -. ICehi ..:it-
Mnilii ...
Mi
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1'25 Monroe St. Contervat
Mort.n M.i'avsKy. Cantoi
Ernest Steiner,

TFMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Dav-d Con. -
I Ida
We I
.
Miehael Piiul, M and Mi
i In!

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Ca itor Abraham Peiseman
!' ..I :...... I'haiitikii
VVhai are ^ i Kwll ited?" Sat-
urdaj : ;.- .. ..-.-. n.
--
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adier.
Kridu) .mil S:30 p.m. iSueat -|., ,il,-
-I-, I ii- Mtwhe |..i-,:- Mark Ilunill
.ui.l Tamra Shelfman will extend
!4-..tint:- ..a behalf ..t the Junior an.I
Senlni L'HV members ulteiiuina s,-iv-|
i. is iii ii..urn .-i ll..in. Hospitality
Weekend. Oneg Shabbat will h.....r
visiting rsv members. Saturday :
a in. Sernmn: "I In Wiekl> Portion
..( the Bible." Ha- Mltavah: Shellie,
.launlitii- ..f Mr. and Mr-, liersbon s.
Miller. Mlncha In Prfedland I'lmjirl
-I- P.m. I: i- Hill ,.,!i: Mark, s-.......
ludge and Mrs. Milinn Keller.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Prlday ^:ir, p.m. Sermon: "My Col-
.ui.l I Coi ..,... ,i annul Cod
e
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
i-'i-i'la> vi" p.ni. Saturda) 8 a.in Ser-
mon: "The Portion of the Law." Bar
Mltavah: Alan. oii ..i Mr. and Mra.
Sej in..ar Howard.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
l-'ii.l.i\ s.i", i iii. Thanksgiving serv-
ice. Sermon; "We Havi Much t.. bi
Thankful Hor." Saturdaj 8:43 a.m.
Bai Mltavah: Man. ion ..f Mr. and
Mr.-. Adolph Li- nbaon.
----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
l-Yi.i.,> n lii p.m. Sermon: "\Vh> We
('nine t,. offt-i T.tanks." All new mem-
bers will lie h.iiiiircd. Slsterh.....I will
In.si tin mi. u shabbat. Saturday S:4i
a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Si mon
- rt ill lie or Will ll llai
., Vlan, son of ('
ui.l M
TEMPLE T.FEHtTH JACOB. 951
E. 4tn Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative.
.... lie!
a,., .ir,
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. PjuO. Heisnei tircoks
Cantor ben DicKson.
id Si m..|i: "Tl
'......i Hiilidi 'Sal-
mon: 'To I :< An
r..,r Ml Kv.ih: ll-.\i..i .
lid Mrs .In ..in.- Tall.
TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man.
l-'ii.lay 8:30 p.m, lias Mitzvah: Sinn
l lalsain. Sin n da i 11 a.m. Bar Mlta-
s .i I. Alan l ialsani i lauen*. r in-
..r Mr ami Mrs. Milton Balaam, Nina,
allu Alan a re I ins.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave '.onset vanve. nauui n.in,
Wernick.
Prluaj s:30 p.m. Sermon: "Tin- Blea-
Rlng ..f Jacob and American Cltlsen-
ship." oneg Shabbat boated bj Sister-
hood, baturda) 0 a.m. Sermon: "The
Portion of the Week."
----.----
YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
3
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A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODF.SH
I ask
I ask a question
(masc.)
You ask a question
(fern.)
You ask (m) and I ask
(f)
Where are you going
(m)
I am going to learn
Hebrew
Where are you going?
(0
I am going to learn,
too (0
Where do von learn
Hebrew? (m)
I learn at home (m)
Where do vou learn?
(f)
I loo, learn at home
(f)
My "hole family is
learning
Anee sho'el
Anee sho'el she'elah
At sho*elet she'elah
Alah sho'el v'anee
sho'elet
1 an atah holeh?
Anee holeh lilmod
Writ
L'an it holehet?
Gam anee holehet
lilmod
s fc -
Eyfo aiah lomed ivrit?
Anee lomcd habayit
V > fo at lomedet?
Gam anee lomedet
habayit
Kol hamishpaha shell
lomedet
A good (fine) family Mishpaha tovah
rhvfat
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tfis^rtn r,K ^k^
nsWn *:k n:
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____________YOUR
m t hanukah
DICTIONARY I OR TODAY
house bayit
in ihe house habayit
(at home)
all (every) kol
family mishpaha
the family hamishpaha
good (fine) tovah
n'ga
nnsaJo
I ask (ma-e,)ance sho'el
?K'. 'JK
I ask (fern) ancc sho'elet &*'& 'JK
question she'elah "v"?*'
you are alah holeh j"?iri nrK
going (m.)
you are at holehet ro^in PK
going (f.)
riv*
njlb I where? e\fo
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. mwi: "A l.iuht in the MWal ..I Dark
Friday ".'.". p.m. Saturday : a.m. Bar- n.-- '
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Spiritual Leader Decides When to be a Prophet
Question of the week: "Do you
believe that rabbis should have
become involved in the civil
righls issus, and do you condone
Iheir visitations to Mississippi
and St. Augustine?"
By RABBI MORRIS SKOP
Temple Beth Shiran
Every rabbi, priest and clergy-
man who dedicates his life t" serve
humanity and through his own
people .seeks to improve human
striving for better c ndtioina must
decide for him-
self w li e n he
want- to be a
prophet and when
he remains a
The p ri e i 1
wails for the
prophets to re-
bel, to speak
out, t<> become
martyrs, and of-
ten to die. in or-
der to c h a ii g e
eonditons and
further religious
ideals. Those
rabbis and religious leaders who
feel "the call of conscience" and
are ready to become prophets have
a right to get on the firing lines
of struggle and help change the
|
This pus' b fT'"-"1 '" f0'
operation un'th ilir Greater Mi-
ami Rjr-bniical Association.
Coorcimalor of features ap-
pearing here is
KABBI SKOP
climate so that the priests can lead
their flocks to better their lot in
life.
I salute with deep respect the
rabbis who went to St. Augustine
and to Mississippi.
Yes. I believe that rabbis do a
noble tiling when they get into the
forefront of any fight for man's
betterment.
Somebody has to start the
change in any -tutus quowhen
things are unjust or oppressive.
Rabbis develop sensitive con-
sciences, and a few are reads to
; ...it on the front lines of
|. and join With other- to
correct the shortcomings of the
Kingdom oi God, to improve the
nous of human striving.
However, ever) prophet who re-
!: to compromise on bis ideals
and convictions, as docs the priest,
must be prepared t;> suffer, under
go physical violence, and often
feel the pain of counter-attack by
the ignorant, bigoted and reaction
ar) who cannot accept needed
changes which benefit mankind.
Blessed are such prophets who do
more than "profess" their ideals.
For they seek to live them.

Synopsis of the Torah Portion Va-Yeshev
The salient story in this Sidrah is Joseph and his brethren.
Jacob's favoritism toward Joseph and Joseph's grandiose dreams
created sibling rivalries among his brothers.
Joseph is sold to Ishmaelitc merchants who, in turn, sell
him to Potiphar, captain of Pharoah's guard in Egypt. Reject-
ing the seduction Of Potiphar's wife, Joseph is imprisoned
Through B series ol dream interpretations Joseph is appointed
Viceroy ol Egypt.
Joseph, in Jewish tradition, is called B "Zaddik." righteous
because living in a foreign land, away from bis family, he still
retained the philosophy and traditions of Iks fathers,
The rabbis add thai in the Potiphar episode, the image of
his lather, acting as his conscience, gave him strength to over-
come the tern] tation.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted from "The Graphic History of tho 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.
i
Technion Chapters In Joint Meeting
DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
spiritual leader of Beth Torah
Congregation "/ North Miami
: Beaili.
Mill IHi.,,,1 !.l'.|l.l i H'-'I.U '''' -"'l'"":'!"',';l'
Cohen Sisterhood
Chanuka Lunch
Mrs. Clara Simon, president, an-
nounces that the first Chanuka
luncheon of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue Sisterhood
will be held Tuesday noon, Dec. 1,
at the Coronet Hotel.
A special Chanuka program will
be featured by the Program Com-
mittee, which includes Mesdames
Tibor H. Stern, Herman Schneid-
er, Jennie Sommer, and Edith
Keller.
Candlelighting ceremonies will
be led by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
A joint meeting of all Technion
Chapters in South Florida on Dec.
15 at the DiLido Hotel will kick-
off their program for 1965, it was
announced this week.
Greater Miami Chapter Presi-
dent Mrs. Louis Glasser will co-;
ordinate the big meeting with Mrs.!
Milton Sirkin, president of the
Miami Beach Women's Division,
and Mrs. Morton Fellman. who
heads the South Dade Chapter.
Some 1,000 members and guests !
are expected to attend the open-
ing meeting to hear the latest re-
ports on Technion, Israel's Insti-
tute of Technology, the university
with an enrollment of some 10,000
students engaged in engineering
studies, agriculture, architecture,
and research in chemistry, nuclear
physics, rocketry, and space-age
experiments.
Southeastern regional director
of the American Technion Society,
Leo Rutstein. recently returned
from Israel, where he toured the
university buildings and conferred
at length with members of the fac-
ulty, the Board of Governors, Pres-
ident Gen. Yaakov Dori, and gov-
| ernment officials.
Rutstein says the 40-year-old in-
! stitution of higher learning is per-
forming "near miracles" in turn-
j ing out skilled scientists, teachers
I and researchers who will even-
tually provide employment, econ-
omic strength and security in Is-
rael.


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1964
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Idmann, Chief Rabbi Praise Council
CntinuPri torn Poae I A
German leaders, in-
,.,;,. >iayor Willy Brandt
]'..._,, |,. n-ould 'liscuss prob-
idomnification and the
,.,,. li.i il ons for Nazi war
, ssiblj also the
.. \|-esi Carman scient-
on Egyptian arms de-
|btl i.-,: I'nterman, chief
| r b bi of Israel.
|Jml; i Icomed" the action of
Ecumenica Council, which
pied on first reading a declara-
tion absolving the .lews of special
blame for the crucifixion of Jesus
and condemning anti-Semitism,
"The fact that the great Cath-
olic Church has come to the con-
clusion that its attitude toward
the Jewish people needs revision
is warmly welcomed by us," he
stated. He also expressed the
hope that the Church will "view
sympathetically the growth of
the State ot Israel as a histori-
cal event which, in our firm be-
lief, is a fulfillment of the Divine
promise mentioned in Holy
Writ."
On the oilier hand, Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Itzhak Nissim declin-
ed to issue a statement about the
Ecumenical Council's action on the
declaration concerning relations
between the Catholic Church and
the Jewish people Until such a
declaration is promulgated by the
Vatican as part of church dogma,
said Rabbi Nissim s office, the
document must be considered only
as an internal affair ot the Cath-
olic Church.
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Ihe most successful motorcades ever sponsored by the
[ewish Women took place on Tuesday, Nov.
. oral busloads of women visited Mt. Sinai Hos-
. h Home for the Aged, and thp Jewish Vocation-
[ neltered Workshop. Those attercing also heard
I i ::tors of the YM and YWHAs of Greater Mi-
i u of Jewish Education, and Jewish Family and Chil-
I e. Among those taking the has. "and leaving
; io U8," were Mrs. Sidney Schwartz (left) co-chaii-
Jr,:-;. ude: Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president oi the Fed-
K: ition lewish Women; and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. In addition
[oivi s, lz, co-chairmen were Mrs. Lany Friedland, and
: q Women's Division. Mrs. Philip Bloom and Mrs.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, November 27, 1964
Section 3
Roosevelt Award to Mrs. Meyers
Anna Brenner Meyers has been
selected for the Eleanor Roose-
velt-Israel Humanitarian Award.
created in 1963 to perpetuate the
memory and life's work oi the
late Eleanor Roosevelt
Presentation of the award "ill
lie made ;n the Ambassador's Ball
on Saturdaj evening, Dec. 2t>. at
the Fontamebleau ll tel. The
Ambassa loi Ball, held annually
under the patronage ol the Am-
bassador ol Israel and Ihe Gov-
ernor ol Florida, is sponsored by
Ihe Gn ater Miami Israel Bond
11.. anization
Mrs. Mey< rs, widely admired as
an educator, jurist and civic lead-
er, has been in the forefront of
major cause* for Israel since the
i irth of the stale, and is chair-
man ol 111- Women'- Division of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Oi ganization,
A long-time resident of Greater
Miami. Mrs. Meyers has seen
Miami grow Horn a small com
munity to one ol the major cities
ol the country.
Extendin beyond the boundar
lef ol I )ade County, her humani-
tarian activities and work in the
International Federation of Worn
en Lawyer? has made her a world
figure. On a recent trip around
the world, she was received by
leaders ol many nations.
She addresse 1 Women I.auve-
in Tokyo, the Bar Associations in
Hong Kong, Formosa and Manilla.
the Wl men's Bar Association in
Bangkok, Bombay and Karachi
She was guest of honor of the Tel
Aviv Bar \ssociation and was re-
if
ceived both by the President
Israel and the Prime Minister.
Mrs Meyers was the organiz
and first president of the Florii
Women Lawyers Association, pa-
treasurer of the National Associ
lion of Women Lawyers, and pa'
vice president of the Internationa
Federation ol Women Lawyei
he i- a leader ol the Dade Con
' Welfare Planning Council, tl
Dade County Federation ol Woi
en's clubs, the Miami Busine
and Professional Women's Clu
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedei
lion nd the Board ''I the Mia.
B< ach Trustees of Libraries.
she i- a former president of tl
lewish Family Service Agency
Greater Miami, a board membi
and organizer ol the Jewish Hon
lor the Aged, a founder of Te
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on Nov. 23. Shown receiving the proclamation by Mayor
Melvin Richard are Mrs. Max S. Kern, presiden*. of the Miami
3ecch Council, B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Robert Litt. mem-
bership vice president of the Council. Culm noting affair was
held at the Deauville Hotel in conjunction wilh the Miami and
Broward-North Dade Councils, involving 21 chapters of B'nai
. Women. Mrs. Edward Gelfer. president of District 5.
was guesl of honor, and she presented the trophy to the chap-
v.ng the largest amount of new members. Mrs. Elsie
... chairman.
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T 'i e Thanksgiving turkey ?
i surprise party to Ju-
ith Anne Cohen on Thursday
h.-, hr | arents, Mr. and Mr-.
- C.riicn, of Miami, leted
al a 18th birthday eelebra-
G; thered to wish the
teen a-er "the best of every-
her friends and class-
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High. BBG and IT A .
A mber of the band when she
Vd S'vMindoah .1 u n i 0 r
"U'h, Swpci Sixteen Judith i* in
nior year at Hebrew High,
srW recently won a Bible
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in her last year at (oral
- Senior High ... She is
' member of B'nai B'rith
and Future Teachers Of
Ca Most recent distinc-
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Mrs. Krensky to Receive 'Woman of Year'
Award of Friends of Hebrew University
MRS. .NFZ KfttNSKY
idctth Yeshurun
thenuka Festival
education direc-
iple Adath Yeshurun.
l children of the
[ .10 the Chanuka
major presenta-
-i. on the eve <>i Chanu-
I it ii ." a.m., the stu-
L|< irew .mil Sunday
\ p (in a Chanuka
Freedom."
Par! patina in the dramatiza-
enstein, Gil Kol-
( teiner, Kobm Coel.
II Jack Harris. Larry
Rand} Scr. Carry Hertz
i Lehman, Susan
{ Marilyn Barbour, Mark
nn (larber, Lee
Brin, Robert Solo-
Le\ ina, and Gail Bel-
Selection "i Mrs. Inez Krensky,
women's communal leader, to re-
ceive tin' "Woman ol the Year"
; ward ol Hie Greater Miami Worn-
Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
was announced by Mrs. Charles
Charcowsky, chairman of t h e
Award Committee
Tlie chairman announced that
Mrs. Krensky was chosen by the
committee lo receive tins hiyh
honor "in recognition of her civic,
cultural educational and philan-
thropic achievements." Presenta-
tion of the award will take place
at the Worn.- n ol the Year I.'inch
eon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Thursday, Dec. i".
"The Woman ol the Year Lunch-
eon i> no' only an outstanding
event for our Women's Division.
but it has yrown to he one ol the
outstanding honors bestowed on a
member of our community for
dedication to the welfare of others
both here and overseas." Mrs.
Charcowsky stated.
The honoree has served as presi-
dent of Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxil-

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lary, president of Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood, campaign
chairman and initial gifts chair-
man of tho Woman's Division of
Combined Jewish Appeal, vice
president ut the Federation of
Jewish Women'- Organizations
l!*60-fii, and on important commit-
tees with National Council of Jew-
ish Women. Hadassah, Hebrew
Universit) and Brandeis Univer-
sity Women's Committee.
Mrs Kr n ky is familiar with
Hebrew University and with many
programs of the State of Israel, in-
ciui. ng the Hadassah Hospital,
tniled Jewish Appeal and others.
She inspect i them in a trip to Is-
rael in 1960. Her daughter, Mrs.
Harrj B. s nith, also of Miami
Beach, ji:>t returned from a trip
to Israel earlier this month.
Theme of the luncheon will be
"Growth Through Education," a
tribute to the Hebrew University,
Israel's larg< si institution of lush-
er learning with a student body ol
over 10.000 and a faculty of 1.200.
Mis. Samuel Simonhoff is presi-
dent of the Women's Division.
Hortense Ball and Reuben Levin as Sen. and Mrs. Hedqes
in "Born Yesterday," the Temple Emanu-El Players produc-
tion to be presented on Sunday and Monday at the Shel-
bourne Hotel. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m.
'i and Kinderg.tr
Temple Adath Yeshurun
'enl their Chanuka pro-
the nith day of Chanu-
Dec. 4. at 10:30 a.m.
. i l- under the direction
iel Levin, head teach-
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Univ. of Miami President to be Guest
Of Honor at Beach Hadassah Rally
Dr Henrj King Stanford, presb
i> nl of Hi University of Miami,
vill be guest ol honor at a Miami
Beach Hadassah membership ral-
>
After ;i three-month member
hip drive culmination will take
ilace at the Deauville I Intel on
iondaj at i p.m. sixteen groups
onstituting the Miami Beach
lhapter will he represented by old
nd neu members
'The Myrtle Wroirth Awanl'
national Hadassah's citation
acknowledging community leader-
chip, will be presented t" Dr. Stan-
ford by Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, well-known community lead-
er.
Dr. Stanford, a proponent oi
civil ri^ht- and academic free-
dom, is spokesman tor high-level
quality in education. He is the
recipient of lour honorary degrees
from various universities, includ-
ing the University of Heidelber:.
He has brought to his office
philonophy of education which I e
summarizes briefly as "a re-P"
sibility to maintain an atmo pile
In which lihfral educational Ide
and ideas may flourish."
Mrs. Nor.nan Myers, memb
ship \ ice pr< sident, will i"- cha i
man ol the day.
Mrs. iu ii!. B. Wernick, progra i
vice president. ill narrate
fashion show presented by .lord
Marsh and directed by Elean
Oumby.
Mrs Nat Barth is president.
In the Temple Library at a recent committee meeMnq, Mrs.
Seymour Silverman, chairman of the Patrons and Sponsors of
Temple Beth Sholom's Festival of the Arts; Mrs. Ben Gold-
siein (standing), vice president of Sisterhood in charqe of ways
and means.; and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk. co-chairman of the Book
Review Series, discuss plat Rnbhi Leon Kronish. First of '.he reviews will be "Herzog."
by Saul Bellow. Rabbi Kronish will review thir. book on Wed-
nesday evening, Dec. 9, 8 p.m., in the Sisterhood Lounge.
Not shown is Mrs. Milton Jacobs, co-chairman of the Book
Review project. Mrs. Leo Levin. Sisterhood president, an-
tounced that the series is open to the general public.
Award-Winning Films Scheduled
ps o| three award-winning
us will be presented by
i No 111 i unity YMHA Adult
i lub during the months of
January and February.
1.1- .Mini unced by Mrs. David
nan oi adult ac-
e award films will he
iturday evenings, 8:30
e air-conditioned audi-
i \ -hi igton Fed< ral, 699
8th St.. North Miami
- selected and the dates
if showing are: France. Dec. 12.
Nude In a White Car:"' Great
Britain, Jan, !>. 1965. "The Green
Man;" and France, Feb. 13. "Beau.
ty and the Beast."
Other .V:\ilt Activities underway
include a -cries of classes sched-
uled for Monday and Tuesday eve-
nings a) the "Y." These are square
dancing, guil ir, recorder, begin-
ners bridge oil painting, begin-
ners and advanced golf. Each da>s
will be limited in size and enroll-
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Wildes Bequeath Gift to Histadrut
L Louis Pilzer icenter), president of Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Loch discusses with Mrs. Lawrence Wes'on (left) and Mrs.
Lry Linder.baum. ticket co-chairmen, the club's fund-raisinq
Kci: scheduled for Dec. 1 at the Deauville Hotel. Luncheon
l""-- served followed by a performance of "Marriaqe Go
L.J- offered by Studio M Players. Mrs. Stanley Peal is
I -rations. Mrs. William Peal heads publicity.
Lc4d< ere ~r omotionally-disturbed children at the Mon-
nc:.Clinica. School in Hialeah.________
)0Cialite ... by Jjsabel C/i
rove
Continued from Page 1-B
inmembership in
tnal Honor Society.
the Na-
liiarpv -'"'up around the festive
fcnksgiving board on Thursday
the home 01 Lil and Murray
law included hu sister, Mildred
Lke, with husband Carlton and
(tighter Francine vacationing
|u:ii Alabama I". Another
Wer, Rose, and Irvin Wein-
|ruii and friends, Mr. and Mrs.
erorr.e J. Berger with daughter
larbara and on Steven, also
tlidaying from University of
Bahama, and their grandparents,
Hr ami Mrs Harry Frankel .
I Sybil and Stanley Rappaport
raveled to Manhattan for the
S reunion with their two
Ittending college there Son
I \ York Univer
)n> School of Law, and daughter
Sarah is in her junior year at
S.irah Lawrence .
Bit of news making the holiday
season even more meaningful
for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merntt.
son Roger elected prexy of Tau
Kpsilon Phi pledge class at Em-
ory University.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Wilde
have bequeathed SBO.ooo tor the
Israel-Histadrul Scholarship Fund.
rhe total sum Will be applied to-
\.ud academic education of needy
.oung men in the State of Israel,
In accordance with the agree
ment concluded between Mr. an
Mrs. Wilde ;>nd the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel Histadrut
Campaign, ;* large part of 'he sum
will be devoted toward aiding the
most capable students m perft ct-
ing their studies in the Technion
at Haifa Students who will be en-
titied tn the scholarship will be
hosen upon the recommendation
Of the Histadrut Scholar-hip Fund
Committee in Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilde were born
in Mohilev. White-Russia. Mrs.
Wilde taught in a government high
M-hnol for Jewish girls and is a
graduate of the Teacher's College
in Moscow, Mr. Wilde studied bus-
iness administration and law at
the University of Rostov.
The Wildes came to America in
1922, and for a period of 20 years,
he was connected with the Metro-
politan Life insurance Company.
Home Owners
Meet Sunday
Biscayne Point Homes Owners
Association held a general
meeting on Sunday, 2 p.m.. on the
lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kram's home. 1385 Biscayne Point
Rd.. North.
Dr. Edward T. Litt, president,
said that Hy Fried conducted a
sing-along to open the meeting.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Menorah,
reviewed "The Chosen One." by
llarrv Simonhoff.
During the past 15 years, he and
his wife have been active in mu-
tual funds. Their home is in Miami
Beach.

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Best kept secret of the cen-
tury" gasped Ruth (Mrs. Lou)
Gidney when she was convinced,
finally, that "The Tuesday Girls-
were singing Happy Birthday to
her Dinner party hosted by
Yvette (Mrs. Micky) Kraus, who
enticed the guest of honor to ar-
rive early by asking for assist-
ance only she could give .
Members of the club enjoying
the excitement: Molly Malter,
\drea Soglovitz. Harriet C.alitz.
Frances Lind. Sylvia Raskind
and Belle Goldstrich liable
to attend, but sending "best
ever," Ruth Burnstein and Ruth
Gutman.
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Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Miami
Beach philosopher and lecturer,
celebrated his 8lst birthday Tues-
day by telllag members of the
Miami" Beach Bnai Bnth "How
to Reach the Age of 100.1 and
no one there doubted that he
would be the one to do it
Holiday vacation at Harbor
Safety Spa for Mr ami Mrs.
Louis Pallut. Judge and Mrs Al-
bert Dubbin Just back from
three weeks at the West Coast
Spa Charles Bookbinder. Sally
(Judge Harold) Spaet and PR
man Jerry Schwartz.
Raising 'heir own challenge to
the Beatles are Eileen and Mur-
ray Levine whose three off-
spring. Jack. Jonathan and Fe-
licia, made several song records
at Camp Judea recently, which
h.i> the record industry agog.
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*,JmiftncriJfori
Paqe 9-B
rirman, Harold
Ixehange Vows
I**' p, .ception at King
P *'-,,,,.. sheila Chi-Cb Har-
JJiBU BermM on Thurs-
r N?prb?t Baumgard perfor.n-
fe : u morninB ceremony held
f **f\* M Carl I
[ Vu Uriua St.. Coral Ga-
iTthe bridi w -'tended by
l*$ ,,> Elson, matron of
P '; Cream, maid ol
*<"";. ', bridesmaids Mm El-
fcVs! sesal. Cry Hoffman
ftS KWbrottar as best man
rman. They are
!,M!, ,nd Mrs. Louis Ber-
.-tJ;;,K,:,lVeNorman E.son.
LSfNussbaum, Mary Goldberg
'.j it M-ir-'t i:-hered.
r^li bridal gown of peaude
LVwithlaie "< perl "i'P"^ue<
mplced itb a shoulder-
[Sgti veil held by a tocetnd pearl
[petal eaddress
Now teaching at North Miami
k-nirr HiSh. the bridegroom at
SdedVl.; ln.ver.it, of Florid.
Ld tr^duat.-i from the University
of Miami. He wm a member of
AETT Mrs German attends the
University ui Miami.
Honeymoon destination for the
,:,. i i::-.iica.
Women's Group
Elects Officers
Newly-elected officers of Nashei
Chabad, Lubavitcher Women's
League, were in-tailed at a meet-
,n, l| Bl the home Of Mrs.
Murr; Ro.-enberg, 3ioo Prairie
Ave.
Sla is headed by Mrs. Sydney
l.evii pre* dent; Mrs. Abraham
K..rf. vice president; Mrs. Mor-
ion \ fbera, secretary: and Mrs.
treasurer.
Miss Sobel Weds
Melvin Hecht
Mania Linda Sobel became the
bride ot Melvin Ilecht in a late
evening ceremony at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel on Wednesday,
\ov. 25.
Parents c( the newlyweds are
Mr and M i. Paul Sobel. 2181 SW
^ I si Ter., and Rev. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Hecht, 110 Meridian Ave.
Attending the couple were the
bride- sister, Helen Sobel, maid
Ol honm. and best man. Dr. 11. 1.
Hecht. the bridegroom's brother.
Now teaching at Banyan Ele-
mentary, new Mrs. Ilecht attended
Syracuse University and graduat-
ed from the University ot Miami.
The bridegroom graduated from
the University of Miami and is
with the Internal Revenue Service.
Now honeymooning in Jamaica,
Mr. Hecht and his bride will live
at the Town House. 8940 SW G8th
Cl
Beth David Day
Set Wednesday
Mrs. Sidney Aronovit/. is chair-
ng Beth David Day on Wednes-
day noon. Dee. '.).
Luncheon will be follow ed with
a fashion shou I V Beth Weber.
Sisterhood members will partici-
pate as models.
Reservations are being taken by
Mrs. Philip War-haw. co-chairman,
mil Mrs. Pete Silverman.
MRS. MFIVIN HECHT
Miss Margulis Eyes Fail Rites
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MRS. fltlOTT KMMN
Beth Sholom
Tea-Musicale
Mrs Jonas Brotman, of 1818 w.
23rd St.. Sunset Isle 3. will be
hostess at a teamusicale to mem-
bers Of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Bntman. one of the spon-
sors of Beth Sholom's Festival ot
the r\rts, will present Helene Ri-
voire Koso.thul in a program of
-ong and piano.
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. chair-
man spon-ors and patrons. Mrs.
Leo Levin, president. Sisterhood.
Mrs. Stanley Levinson, Mrs. Meyer
Eggnatl Mrs. Ben Goldstein, vice
presidents ol Sisterhood, will greet
the la" gue.-ts expected at the at-
tair ___.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Margulis
announced the engagement of.
their daughter. Ann. to Barry H.
Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert;
Cole, at a Thanksgiving eve dinner
party given in their home on Mar- >
iola Court. Coral Gables.
Mis- Margulis. a graduate of,
Miami Senioi High, was a member
of Phi Delta Gamma Council.
She attended the University of
Florida and is now in her senior
year at the University of Miami,
where she is majoring in elemen-
tary education.
The prospective bridegroom at
tended Coral Gables Senior High
and will reee.ve his degree in
ness administration from the
veieity of Miami in June. He
member of Tau Epsilon Phi
ternity.
Woodins plans are tor the
Fall.
busi-
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Pra-
early
Dadeland Summit
Set for Sunday
Tot-. Teens, and Sirens" will
make then- waj d wn the runway
ol "The Summit" In Dadeland
when members of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter of B'nal B'ritta
Women and their children model
at the group's annual fashion
event Sunday at 2 p.m.
Most Dadeland shops will be
participating, with formal, day-
time and casual wear featured for
the women, and dress-up and play-
wear for the younger set Mr*.
I Myron Rubin and Mrs Robert In-
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+J Friday. November 27
1954
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Beach Police Chief Wants Ties to Youth
R". ::ier-
i in a posi-
his
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all two hue
nds of it But
' he doe>r. A-
* lice
the '- mi Beach hi?
: con-
r plaj His
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: modulated and
It's as
he dee. bulk
I It. but ;:
i
-h boy bec-me
Chief Pomer-nte.
ecaust that's the indoctrina-
n the get at home. Their
milies sacrifice everything for
p boy's education. Or they are
:couraged to go into the busi-
world I decided to eo int<>
iflce w orfc "
long lime Service
Rock] Pon erance attended the
liversity of Miami after grart-
_ from high school in New
"". ork. Ju-t a few years ago. he
ent back to the university foe
course in snvernment. He has
.wth the Police Department
r fifteen years. He a a
. Beach mail earner from
;c to :."a. Many Miami Beach
itives remember the bis
>liceman stationed on Lincoln
n arm band:
labla C-pan
It mad :..;;in American
me." said the
lief, to see that hand, to km
policeman was interested in
em an<: c>uld help them
In 10.iT he run for offic
instabh and won. In i960, he
. n again un and on
y a ."-.::. Rock) Pomerai
- a; | inted < hiel of Police.
POUCt CHItf POmtSANCl
the politt gesture
"Today." he said, "a police-
man i a p.Tt-time confessor, pay-
cbologist and sub-titute father
He l- a trained man. more pro-
fessional. The image of the
dumb c'! .- gradually climin-
::g."
One out of every twenty-five
applicant- lor the force is final-
ly accepted. A man is judged
for ins adaptability to unusual
situations, and if he's a small
man. for any Napoleonic atti-
tudes if a big man. for any sign*
of the bully
The Chief said. The a\>
citizen ha- more contact with
the police than ever before
Everyone drives car today, and
ner or later everyone encoun-
ter- a policeman"
And according to Chief Pom
erance, that policeman on Miami
Beach i< a well-trained yet cour-
teous officer.
Today the Miami Beach Force
ha- one Negro police officer
"Not jusl one.'' said the Chief.
an point to him. but
because be was th'
rigid re-
quirements
Orienting Children
uld like to orient
into thinking ol the po
liceman a- -omeone to turn to,
not away iron !! school
liaison -'.' er <* h i esti
, ,< nshi| ith
ren. And be says that Juv-
enile deliniuencj is not a major
.'.'ii on the !!
And violence is no problem
here either l'nmerance said.
The Beach l- geared for relaxa-
tion People are on vacation
The media i age of our residents
is older than in mo^t cities
Therefore we don't have the
-ame problems as an industrial
city."
Rocky Pomerance has only
good thins* to say about police
men. He thinks they handled
themselvo exceedingly well, all
over the country', this past long
hot summer. And he definitely
thinks Mumi does not need a
Civilian Review Board to ride
herd on Police Department-
Safely Valves
t nival oi the MV Bilu, of Swiss Cruise Lines,
a full loed of European vacationers and
an has been announced for Dec. 11 by
.; /:vc Gofier. president of the line, owner's
.-* preservative for Somerfin Passenqer Lines
i Geneva, Switzerland. Somerfin Manaqinq
Director M. Halevy also is expected for ar-
rival of the ship, which beqins three end four-
day cruises to Nassau and Kreeport on Dec.
14. The 7,000-ton motor vessel flies the Israeli
flaq.
You and Your friends
Are Cordially Invited to Attend
THE OPENING LUNCHEON
of the
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT
LUNCHEON CLUB
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 12 15 P.M.
Ritz Mara Hotel, 1701 Collins Avenue
Guest Speaker
Dr. Irving Lehrman
$2 Ptr Person No Solicitations
JACK FISHMAN, CHAIRMAN
The Luncheon Clfb meet' Ever] lay
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel
in Miami for her theatrical tal-
ent She la an actres- who per
forms m many charity and reli-
gious attractions Soon she urn
be seen in the starring role
Bum Yesterday 'e ">
My wife is beautiful and in
teiligent. said tl
Nov. if that doesn'1 ,,, ijk.
the most trained smart policeman on the rW
then find ~n Irish c >p on Miami
Beach" i and listen to hi- blarnev
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"The safety valves we have
nou are adequate and available
to the public for recourse." he
said. "There is no police brutal-
ity on Miami Beach Any new
1 gency is unnecessary The FBI
is available for investigation of
police forces: the State Attor-
ney's office ; nd a crand jury are
also mechanisms the public can
use "
Chief Pomerance is a real father
to three. Can you just picture
the kids in school when the
Chief's boy says. "My father can
beat up your father""
His wife. Hope, is well known
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Friday. November 27, 1964
Jenlsfi fhridllan
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Chanuka Meetings Set by Hadassah
Bay Harbor Group will present
,-i "Chanuka Festival on Monday,
Dec. 1 at the in [apore Hotel. Re-
ill be serve I. Joseph
, il be -")k entertainer.
Meiscl is president.
r/iortnn Towers Group will meet
.: the n !( K>m <>i Morton
i oi ; j Dr New film, "Ha-
dassah 1964, will be shown. \li s.
: anuel Mentz is president.
Renanah Group will hold a ("liu-
nuka (estiva! luncheon and boot-
>nany at Waldman's Hotel on Mon-
lay, Dec. 7, 12 noon, in honor oi
Henrietta Ssold, founder. Cantor
Zvi Adler i ill offer Chanuka songs, president,
with Mrs. Ben Ball at the pia
Stephen S. Wise Group. If '
meeting al the Deaut H
lay, Dec. 7. al noon A i am
mony will be offic
Rabbi Dan el 1 Fo|
ii h II i>' a Chanuka pi
with birth lay cake and Chan
... VIrs. Manning Mintus. pi --
ident.
Henl Group will meel al
i;, ney Plaza Hotel. Regular lun
i (,n will be served. A brief b
ness meeting will precede a ci
Mrs. Milton Weinberg
"Who Needs Money?" Disotssinq the ques-
lion cu J members of Beth David Men's Club
cs they plan for their Dec. 5 throuqh 7 per-
lorman-e of a musical by the same name.
Left to tight are Max Jacobton, chairman;
Ruben Idells, co-au'hor; Robert Rosen, co-
author; Louis Seitlin, president, Men's Club;
and Robert Brenner, co-autliot and director of
the show.
CIA Accountants Division Opens Drive
Kfith Der. 8 Dinner at Dupont Piaja
"ii .in'- .mil tin fes
to launch its partici
1965 ombined Jew-
the Accountant- Divi-
.M a dinner on Tues-
6 p in at the Dupont
i Beer, division chair-
ced that the prece-
, i | i> the division last year
mud in the form of a
m gathering, aBownig
... the accounting pro-
i iplete their campaign
ital ta\ season arrive
Joseph J Lyman, of Washing-
D. C. noted trial lawyer who
js had extensive experience
th infernal revenue cases, will
gue;t speaker. His topic wll
Personal Haiard to CPA's
Tax Fraud Cases."
is had considerable ex-
i internal revenue pro-
| court practice, and
ing internal re
i.>nian's presentation,
ir and open discussion on
i
locrafic Club /Meeting
lev meeting oi the Democratic
I Miami lieach will be held
Wednesday in the Sea Isle H>>-
Preaident Welly (Hack will
Iduct the business agenda, in-
line nomination of officers.
i x [rat I -
was announced i>> Bei '
..irt. presidcnl ol
t!'.,' i. al Miami Jew ish Federa-
tion, and i romine t member ol
! ession, said
thai U di- Ision's plans to hs Id
it- < ,i \ dinner at this time is a
noteworthy, undertaking.
1 fully realize the demands
made on all members of our pro-
fession during the tax season, and
lor that reason l particularly wel-
come tin- < arlj function of the Ac-
lants Division," he said.
! know that, as in the 1964 cam-
paign, then- early start will give
impetus to ihe work Of the other
business and professional divi-
. ms si i. tig an example for in-
c n ased support that v ill be emu-
lated m all reas of the CJA cam-
paign."
Members of the committee, in
addition to Beer and Lcfcourt,
include Barney Bernstein, Byron
S. Chtrkas, Charles Hertioff,
itowart L. Kchn, Milton Kublin,
Rose Kublin, Leo Landis, How-
ard Learner, Bernard Marder.
Howard Mesh, H vard Miller,
Snlnes Pascal, Marvin lVarlman.
Norman Rachlin, Abraham Res-
nick. Stuart Rothchil I, Milfn Sa-
doff, Louis Snulc-.
jerry Sokolow, Harris Stein-
berg Arnold 1. Stern. Lewis Stern-
.,.,. Bernard Tytell. Maxwell
Waas, Ralph Weisbard, A. B.
Weiner and Allan Wilson.
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ranging from
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amidst the plushnena
of tha Doral Country
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confirmations, ban-
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by tha country club
atmosphere of thia
raaort-aatata.
For complete dtlaiU, pirate call
Mr. David Kovac. Director of Food and Beverage
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
JE 23600

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Mrs. Stiebe] in Review
Beth David's United Syna
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Ted B( "Casl a Giant
on
. unday al i :15 p.m. Mrs. Elsie
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ln*istin*rHP*n
Friday, Nover.rer 2*
'%i
Joseph Yanich Named Regional Director
Of the American Jewish Congress Here
*hppolHUW*lM of Josepli l Yan-
ich as regional director of the
American Jewish Congress was
ced this week bj Rabbi
i n Ki nish, president of the
,v i t'i Florida Council of the
American Jewish C ingress,
A gra luate so ial worker w ith a
i ajor in community organization.
Yanich has been active In manj
! hases ol Miami's general and
Jewish community life since l">
return from Israel seven and a
half years .<
He was the first graduate so-
cial worker to practice commu-
nity organization in Israel dur-
ing his three and a half years
rs chief community group or-
caniier for the Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization, Division of
Community Health Services in
Jerusalem, and villages of the
Judean Hills.
The Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel, which was built and
is maintained through the efforts
of the Women's Division <'l the
American Jewish Congress, was a
familiar siyht when Yanich pass-
ed it regularly on bis way to work
i Kiryal Yoval, a suburn of Jeru-
salem.
Before going to Israel in 1953.
the new American Jewish Con-
gress regional director was asso-
ciated with the Community and
Internal Relations Committees ol
the 4>etnrtt Sfewish Wmmunity
He also ivorked for the
D troit Department of Public
i ire an.) the Detroit Chapter
f the American Red Cross,
He compieh d his undergraduate
studies In sociology at Wayne
University .-i Detroit, and received
iis graduate training with special
mphasis on group dynamic- at
he School i Social work, Univer-
sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Yanich was the first recipient of
the Work-Study Scholarship in Is-
ael initialed by the Zionist Or-
ganization ol America in 19-19.
Prior to his affiliation with
the American Jewi'h Congress,
Yanich was associated with the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem as its
Southeast Regional director and
the Israel Bond office as assist-
ant city manager for Miami,
lie Is a member of the Academy
ol Certified Social Workers and
the National Association of Social
Workers.
Father of four children, two of
whom are "sabras," Yanich is
married to Rci Yanich. who is
well known here as an arti>t and
teacher of art and Israel folk
dances.
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No. Dade Chapter
To Hear Review
"Too Young to be a Grandfath-
er" will be reviewed by Mrs.
Frank Kerdyck for the North Dade
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, on I
Wednesday at Temple Beth Moshe.
A bayel and lox luncheon will
be served at 11:80 a.m.. and baby
silting seivice will be provided.
In charge of reservations is
Mrs. Sv Sillman.
27C Folding Type Chairs,
very reasonable call
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Beth Raphael oldest shule in Miami
will construct shule building wiih
State Funds alloted to them.
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will hold a C'hanuka party on Wed
nesday. 1 p.m.. at Beth El Congre-
gation.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
llershel Brooks, of Temple Za
mora.
Traditional refreshments will be
served.
President of the group is Mrs.
Louis Tokayer.
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A Restauranl dinner every week."
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No-ber 27. 1934
+JeHiti fkriditr
Page 13-B
Jfyar n -a and Alan Baltam
. ,;.,. nd Bar Mitzvah oi
\,: Balsam, children
;,.' I Mrs. Milton Balsam.
I i, ,, will be celebrat-
I ,| ^ and Saturday. Nov.
. remple Zion.
studenta at Glades
Alan is active in
and plays
IS
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and
8h
- productions
In;-: fo/som
Alan Balsam
- Nina play- the
-, hool band and is
rts, with empha-
i, ski
.-.-t with services on
; :u and Alan will
: the Torah on
Waxman will offi
in honor ol the
be held at the Bal-
Sunday from 4 to
Mark Jurmain
Mr and Mrs. Rich
19200 N'W 5th PL,
no Bar Mitzvah on Sal
| Nov. 28. at Beth
relation.
| ; \ Lipschitz will of-
.!. I by Cantor Ben-
chenbaum, and will pre-
;li a Bible on behalf
blli< K.ihaner Sisterhood.
[in the pre-confirniation
Beth Torah Religious
lie plays rhythm uuitar in a band
and is a champion bowler.
Out-of-town guests will include
Ins grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Scbeket, ot New York.
A Kiddu.b in Alans honor will
be given at the Temple Social Hall.
Cantor Edward Klein will conduct
the candlelighting ceremony at a
reception Sunday afternoon in the
Glgi Room of the Fontainebleau.
I <:
Richard Waas
Rabbi Eliezer A Levl and Can-
tor William W. Lipson will offici-
ate at services on Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 28. in Beth David Syna-
gogue when Richard, son of Mr.
and Mrs Maxwell Waas. 337 SW
29th Rd., will become Bar .Mitzvah.
Richard is an eighth grade .In-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
where he plays in the concert and
stage bands
He is particularly interested in
science and mathematics.
Among relatives attending will
I" h\> in i tern a 1 grandparents.
Mr and Mrs H J Speigel, and his
great grandmother, Mrs. I. Spel
-
Michael Gale
Michael Alan, son of Cantor and
Mrs Chel Gale, will observe his
bar Mitzvah during Friday eve-
ning services, Nov JT. conducted
bj Rabin Daniel M Lowy at Tem-
ple Sinai ol North Bade.
Muli.id has been o student at
remple Sinai Religious School [or
the past eight year., and is an
( ighth grade student at John 1".
Kenned} Junior High, where he
plays the drums in the band. His
bobbies are stamp-collecting and
music. Michael has sung profes-
sionally. Out-of-town guests will
include his paternal grandmother.
Mrs. Jack Williams, of Beverly
Hills. Calif, and maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ko-
blentz, Cleveland. O.
Shellie Miller
Alan Howard
Mark Feller
Richard Waas
Robert field'
Michael Cale
Mitzvah. is now serving his second
term a> president ot the Temple's
Men's Club.
t. t
Amy Dean
Amy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Dean. 80 NF. IWth St.. will
observe her Bas Mitzvah on Fri-
day evening, Nov 27. at Beth Tor-
ah Congregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
ficiate at the ceremony assisted
by Cantoi Ben-Zion Klischen-
b.-ium.
The celebrant will be presented
with b Bible on behalf of the Mol-
lie Kalian- Sisterhood, and will
continue her Jewish education at
Beth Torah Religious School in
the fifth grade Hebrew class
Shell)* Miller
Dr. Irvii:.: I.elirnian will Offici-
ate at the Bi s Mitzvah ol Shellie,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gershon
S. Miller, on Saturday. Nov. 28.
at Temple Emanu-El.
Shellie attends eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School.
Active in sports, .he has won sev-
eral trophies in swimming, is a
line pianist ami adept at creating
puppet programs.
Shellie's grandmothers, Mrs.
Faye Tuple-.- and Mrs. Pauline Mil-
ler, Miami Beach, will attend the
Bar Mitzvah observance.
The celebrant will be honored at
a luncheon following services at
the Algiers Hotel.
and present Greg with a Bible on
behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood.
Greg will continue his Jewish
education at Beth Torah in the
pre-confirmation class.
Larry Steingolb
The Bar Mitzvah ot Larry Stein-
gold will be observed on Saturday
morning, Nov. 28. at Temple Is-
rael, with Dr. Joseph Narot offi-
ciating,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Stein-
gold, L9S7 \E 119th Rd.. will ho-i-
or their son at a party in the eve-
ning at the Diplomat Country
Club's Calcutta Room.
THE LERNERS
Catering (or All Occasions
Vflft
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^-Restaurant
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GREETINGS TO All OUR FRIENDS SOI and Bill
chef salad, dressing,
v. ()., potato
tea,
S!RL0!H STEAK
or
rolls &
coffee
butter.
Serving
5 P.M. to 6 A.M.
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Phone UN 5-9651
1850 -79th ST. CAUSEWAY,
MIAMI
$169
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i Ai in Howard
irne, -on of Mr. and Mrs
905b* Dickens Ave.. will
Bi- Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
|.'b on Saturday morn-
|28. with Rabbi Mayer
officiating,
grade student at Nau-
iii-'h. he also attends
It' n-ervatorv of Music
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featjring \
pows. DANCING
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Greg Sehenker
Greg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Sehenker. 611 NE 169th St.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Nov. 28. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Mark Feller Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will offi- -----
Dr [rving Lehrman will Officiate elate at the ceremony assisted
at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, ROn fay Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbaum.
of Judge and Mrs. Milton Feller.
on Saturday. Nov. 28. at the min-
chah service at Temple EmanU-El.
Mark attends Ida M. Fisher
Junior High. He is interested in
-ports anil is an excellent swim-
mer.
Mark's grandmothers, Mrs. Re-
gina Feller. Miami Beach, and'
Mrs Minnu1 Herman. Galesburg,'
HI., will celebrate the joyous OC-
I asion.
The celebrant will be honored
pi ;, reception S lurday evening
al the DiLidt Hotel
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Rc-bert Fields
Robert Fields n of Mr and
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r Mitzt h on
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[i nple Vdath Yeshurun, ol North
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Page 15-E
Morris Orlin, 61
Passes Away
Morr owner ol the Land
<'i Glass ii Mirror Works, died
N tie was 61.
Mr Orlin came
in Miami from
Cleveland, 0., 19
years .i o and
lived with bis
w i f e l.ill. a t
2014 SW lith Ter.
He was a mem-
ber of Beth Da-
v id Synagogue,
and of Farband
and the Zionist
Organization. Morris Orlin
Surviving, besides his widow,
arc three sons. Dr. David Orlin, of
Daytona Beach, Martin and Jerry,
of Miami: a daughter. Mrs. Ruth
Sokoloff. of Miami: two brothers,
Jchn and Saul Orlin, of Cleve-i
Kind; a sister. Mrs. Judy Mallet,
ol Shamokin. Pa.; and nine grand-
children.
Services were held Nov. 20 at
Cordon Funeral Home, with in-
terment in Alt. Nebo Cemetery.
[Audrey Hepburn starts life in "My Fair Lady as an unkempt,
Idirty and vulgar denizen of the London gutters, but she emer-
ges through Rex Harrison's efforts as this beautiful and cul-
Itjvated lady in lavish clothes who is attending the snobbish
[Ascot Races. "My Fair Lady," the sumptuous S17 million War-
|ner Bros, production in Tecnicolor and Super Panavision 70 is
[now showing on a reserved-seat basis at the Lincoln Theatre.
I.Miss Hepburn and Harrison ate the top-line stars of the film,
1 which George Cukor directed and lack L. Warner, president of
Warner Bros., produced. The music was written by Frederick
Loewe. Book and lyrics are by Alan Jay Lerner who also
[prepared the screenplay.
LEGAL NOTICE
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Seidmans to be Honored
Workman' I Circle Branch 1064
will honor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Seidman at a reception in honor
if their 39th wedding anniversary
ii Sunday. Dee. 5. 6:30 p.m.. at
the Washington Federal. 163rd St.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTH'E IS IIKRKBY UIVKN thai
rhi- miderxlsn'-d, lUalrlns '" eniruKe i"
huklnwiM .mil. i i flellllouH name of
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Kloor, I'M Kn-' h'Utajlvr Sln-ct, Miami,
hlorlda Intends ;.. refflstt-r raid name
..i, .1., Clerk ..' ih>' Circuit <'mirt
..i ii.i.i.- County, Florida.
K. l. COOK
DAVID I' CATSMAN. ESQ.
Attorney U-r It, 1.. I :ook
11 2", 1L' I-11-IS
Elias Rosch
Klias Rosin. Miami mashgiach,
of 540 15th St.. died Nov. 17 at the
age of 79.
Born and educated in Europe.
he first settled in Brooklyn, and in
1946 came to Miami Beach. He
was a member of Congresation
Beth Tlilah. Tifereth Israel, Bnai
B'rith and Mizrachi.
Surviving are his wife. Sadie;1
a son. Joseph C. Elias; two daugh-
ters. Mrs. Nettie Stolper and Mrs.
Irving Shalom, of Miami Beach;
five grandchildren, including Rab-
bi P. Stolptr. director, NCSY Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions; Rabbi D. Stolper. editor and
youth director; Mrs. Samuel La-
bowitz. of Swampscott, Mass.;
I Paul and Ronald Rosch.
In charge of services was River-
Mile Memorial Chapels.
Junior Auxiliary
at Races
Day
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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STATE OF FLORIDA
M.l To WHOM TIIKSi: I'liKS-
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Swlt"h.' ""' ''"' hav* '"'"
u. *,l',rNKSS WHEREOF, 1 have
nf.i.'"'", K'' ",v hand and have
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a TOM ADAMS
"'vi < i..ij i yiate U/tl/U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. bJC I07b4
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DATED: November 24, IMt.
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MARTIN FINE
Hail,- Federal Btrildlng
Miami. Florida, 3J131
n;--;. is i-ii-is
Junior Auxiliary, Jewish Home
for the Aged, is sponsoring a day
at Ti-opical Park on Wcdnestlay.
Air-conditioned buses will leave
at 10 a.m. for the club house at
the track, where lunch will be
served. After the races, the buses
will return.
In charge' of reservations is
Mrs. J. Rechtschaffer.
GREETINGS
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IKON WOIIKS
IXC.
B DYKES
1350 N W. 21st TERRACE
NE 3-3483
COMPLIMENTS
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PRESIDENT
DAPHNE ADELMAN
OF
JWVA 330
EXTENDS CHAMUKA GKttTINGS
to Hie Entiro Auxiliary and Pa*f,
Slate Depa'tment Pretident,
and all
Aaxiliaries throughout Florida
HAPPY CHANUKA
STUART'S-KANTER
JUVENILE SHOES
Fitting Is Our Profession
BERNARD KANTER
Capezios-The Stride-Rite Shoe
70 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Ph. 443-1989
7483 Dadeland Mall
Ph. 666-0584
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WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY CHAN'JKA
Piiblix Super Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Mayor and Mrs.
Lee Howard
Surfside
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HIALEAH ENGINEERING
CORPORATION
CORRUGATED BOX MACHINERY
5550 N.W. 35th COURT
Ph. 633-2639
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HI-LITE NEON INC.
NEON & PLASTIC SIGNS
6354-56 S.W. 8th STREET
MO 5-1215
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HILL FAN COMPANY
PLEXIGLASS SKYLIGHT FANS
(MOSTLY FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION)
3397 N.W. 67th ST.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
OX 1-6001
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Phone JE 3-4475
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825 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH
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1700 RED ROAD Ph. 666-6961
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"Jewish Floridian Maior Current Problr'
Facing Community Will
Be Explored in Sessions
Florida. Friday. November 27. 1964
Section C
MORRIS ABRAM
president
DR. JOHN StAWSON
executive vice president
leffOr COUINS
featured speakr
SERVICE IN CAUSE OF HUMAN DELATIONS
iax Orovitz to Receive Special
ward at Banquet Saturday Eve
Max nr ivitz, distinguished com-
ku>nal leader here, nationally
Lnd abroad, will be honored at
he Suiuro..j night, Dec 5, ban-
loart ol tin- National Executive
Board o( the American Jewish
fcommittee meeting at the Fon-
| pbli aM Hotel.
uz hi he honored with
special award tor service in
[' A longtime Jewish and gen-
lir.il community leader here.
I :- rhairman of the Kxec-
Btive Committee of the Board ol
ul the University ol
IMiami Hi has been honored in
[the pa b> his appointment to
the National Campaign Cabinet
niled Jewish Appeal.
president of Mt. Sinai
ital ol Greater .Miami, be
i hairman u local beneficiary of the
Miami Jewish Federa-
a past president of Tern-
nd si rves on the Fed-
Executive Committee
i-nci Board ol Governors.
L -I February, Florida Power
MAX OROVITZ
to be cited
and Light CO. elected Orovitz as
:, member of its Board ol Direc-
tor* He began hi- career in 1925
as an officer ol Miami's Com
mcreial Bank and Trust Com-
pany, and has since been promi-
nent in hanking, development
and construction circles here, as
well as in Israel.
Orovitz and his wife live at
6000 No. Bay Hd. They have two
sons and a daughter.
Current*}', he serves also as
a director and vice chairman of
the Board of Manic Industries
and president of the Alfred Des-
tin Company, Rusoro Corporation
and Frombs Investors Corpora
t i,m From 1958 to 19(12, he was
treasurer and director of Gen-
eral Development Corporation.
Orovitz is a director of the
lily National Bank of Miami
and City National Bunk ol Miami
Beach lie was director of the
Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Beach from 1945 to 195:!.
In the oast, he has been presi-
dent and trustee ol the United
Fund ol Dade County and presi-
dent of tiw Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. In 1950. he re-
ceived the Brotherhood Award ol
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Major current problems facing
American and Southern Jewry-
will be explored from a variety
of angles late next week at
Miami Beach, when the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee conducts
two major events: a Southern
Regional Conference on Thurs-
day. Dec. 3. and its annual Na-
tional Executive Board meeting
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Dec. 4 to 6.
AH sessions are private except
for the dinner meeting Saturday
night. Dec. 5. Principal speak-
er- al the event will be LeUoy
Collins, former Governor of Flor-
ida, who i- director of the new-
ly establi-hed Federal Commun-
ity Relations Service, and Mor-
ris B. Abram, president of the
American Jewish Committee.
Max Orovitz, leading Miami
Jewish and civic personality, and
philanthropist, will receive a
special award at the dinner lor
distinguished service in the cause
of human lelations.
Regional Affairs
The Southern Regional Confer-
. nee. due to take place Thurs-
day, Dec. 3. is a gathering of
members from three groupings
of American Jewish Committee
regions: Southeast, Southwest,
and State of Florida.
The National Executive Board,
principal governing body of the
American Jewish Committee,
sets major policy on program
and institutional activities. Each
tall, it meets in a major Ameri-
can city other than New York.
which is both its national hea
quarters and scene of its annu;
meeting e\ery spring. This
the first meeting in Miami.
At the opening session of tl
Southern Regional Conference (
Thursday morning, Col. Nath;
B. Rood, of Miami, co-chairm;
of the conference, will presid
The delegates will hear greetin-
trom Mrs. Charle- Finkelstei
president of the Greater Mian
Chapter. Irving L. Goldber.
of Dallas, conference chairma*
will present a statement of r
purposes and goals.
Table Discussions
the Dae
Relations
assistant
Commu i
Samel -
The opening program sessio
will be addressed by Seymoi
Samel on Current Issues in the
South." Samet, formerly Flon-
da director of the AJC art
executive director of
County Community
Board, is now special
to Gov. Collins at the
ily Relations Service.
Immediately after
talk, six table discussions of the
issues lie outlines will get under
way. At Hie luncheon session to
follow, the reporters ol these -
discussion groups will repoi"'
following which several hum; n
relations specialists will react.
They are Dr. Murray Ortog, di-
rector of Field Services of ajc -
Community Affairs Department
will be moderator. Panel mem-
bers will be David Danzig, asso-
ciate director of AJC: Harold
Fleming, of the Patomic Ins'i-
Continued on Page 7-C
Former Gov. Collins Set
To Deliver Main Address
PRESIDENT Of AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
Abram and Public's Conscience
B, Abram, who will ap-
.' the National K\ee
'"' Committee Board meeting
'" I to i". i- the thirteenth and
si e-ident in the history
ol the American Jewish Com
fittee. lie j> a\s0 someone who.
'' '". lias made important in-
"" '- into the public conscience
"*>' the thrust of his views and
i action;
He served as first legal
>icl ul th" Peace Corps at the
time of its formation.
Me was the attorney in the
Jor Supreme Court case which
truck down Georgia's county
li ction system and its de-

voting rights to the peo-
Ihe state's most populous
Counting
unties,
lie acted as the attorney
on the lam his Americus. Ga..
case involving five young men.
while and Negro, and his suc-
cessful injunction stayed further
proceeding* against them on an
old capital punishment statute.
He is currently the U.S.
member Of the UN Sub-commit
tee on the Prevention of Dis-
crimination and the Protection
Of Minorities and has been fight
ing Soviet anti-Semitism.
Other Achievements
These arc hut a few Of the
high points in a career that has
been marked by a diversity of In-
terest and a strong sen-e ol
commitment to the coinpellm'j
issues ol our time.
In the interest of his commit
nieiii. be can ,-wini against the
current. For example, he was
the co-sponsor of the first large
FHA for middle income hous-
ing project available to Negroes
in his native state of Georgia.
Though be was born, raised
ami educated originally in the
South, he ha.- won a widespread
and well-earned reputation as a
courageous and effective civil
rights advocate and as a man
who would not hesitate to fight
for Negro rights in an atmos-
phere that was far from favor-
able.
A few days before the 1960
Presidential election, be partici-
pated in the phone call to Sen
John F Kennedy and helped set
the stage for the by now famous
Continued on Page 8-C
LeRoy Collins, director of the
new Federal Community Rela-
tions Service, will he featured
speaker at the dinner next Sal
urday night at the National
Executive Board meeting of the
American Jewish Committee.
A native of Tallahassee born
in 1909. be was Governor of
Florida from 1954 to 1980, after
having served in the State Leg-
islature from 1934 to 1952. Prior
to his current Federal position,
he was president of the National
Association of Broadcasters.
Governor Collins' grandfather.
a circuit-riding Methodist min-
ister, moved Irom Texas to Flor-
ida in 1870. His father was in
the grocery business, and his
mother, the former Mattie Bran-
don, was a schoolteacher before
her marriage.
A Law Career
Young Collins graduated with
honors from Leon High School in
Tallahassee, and his lather agreed
to match whatever amount he
could earn and save toward fur-
ther education. Collins worked
lor a year and a half as a gTOC
cry clerk, and this earned him
a business course at Eastman
School of Business. Puughkccp-
sie. N.Y. In two years as a hank
teller, he was able to save enough
lor a one-year law course at
Cumberland University, Leba-
non. Tenn
After passing the bars of Flor-
ida. Tennessee, and Arkansas.
Collins ran for his first political
office in 1932. for Leon County
Prosecutor, but was deteated by
about 100 votes. Two years lat-
er, he was elected to the State
House of Representatives, and
remained there for 18 years. e\
cept for a period of service in
the U.S. Navy.
He was first elected Governor
on the Democratic ticket No-
vember 2. 1954. to fill the unex-
pired term of Gov. Dan McCarty.
w ho died in office. Two years
later, he deleated former Gov.
Fuller Warren and four other
opponents in the primary*. anr'
was chosen for a full four-year
term.
GOV. Collins has been chair-
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SCHEDULE SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE HERE ON DEC. 3-4
liami Gears to Host National Convention Here
I Mter Miami Chapter of
\ He. has joined with
M0 all over the country m
i .-'up expansion cam-
r,,|,., the leadership ot
vjd B. Fleemsm, honorary
chapter, and the
I uembershlp Expansion
I has launched a drive
| I he rolls of AJComrmt
the I wo year period
I national office.
Iv;. ..- campaign was
| only recently,
new units have been
E the local mem-
,.; ; i) mui>. Mem-
i. email's Expansion
[ Mr- Bernard
I,., .., i man, William
Jra.. Di Martin Hello. Stan-
iert I) Blum Jr..
- Morris Burk, Eliot
. Aaron Foosancr.
OKI r'riedman, Melvyn B.
\ i William K. Gladstone,
Goldstein, Melvin N.
,.: Dr Morton Halpern.
[sberg, Dr. George
I Mr and Mrs. Gerald
I Walter Kovner, Dr.
i nbcrg. Dr. and Mrs,
I Levine. Mrs. Milton
b| Herbert Markow, Mr.
Joel Meyer, Kenneth
ten Dr Robert Kaplan. Ira
bgol :; chard A. Ballot. Mrs.
In! :n, Robert 1. Shapiro.
I Scharlin, Dr. and Mrs.
Man Silverman, Mrs. Sue
fcvi Irs M A. Sumberg. Mr.
Kenneth Treister, Bart
I an I Wall. Mrs. Philip
tinsti ir. and Marshall Wise.
Local Issues
The v omfnittee. recognizing
|ai chapter must be able
up and be counted in
tackling the many local issues
that confront the Jewish com-
munity today, has planned a
series of activities not only for
signing up new members, but tor
giving them an orientation with
A.K'ommittee as a way of life.
All new members have been in-
vited to attend the Southern Re
cinnal Conference and National
Executive Board meeting and
will be hCnOred at the cocktail
reception immediately preceding
the Saturday evening banquet.
The meeting Oi the National
Executive Board in Miami af-
fords a unique opportunity for
the local chapter to meet with
leaders of American Jewry from
HI over the country and to dis-
cuss areas of concern and guide-
lines for agency programming.
Hostesses Listed
In addition to the plenary and
workshop sessions scheduled at
the Pontainebleau Hotel the
Miami chapter Planning Com-
mittee has arranged a number
nt social events for the out-of-
town delegates. On Fridaj even
tag, Dec. ::. some 4" homes ot
local chapter leaders will be the
scene of dinner parties to which
all visitor- ha v.- been invited.
Mrs. Marcella llotmayer. Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Sydne>
Weintraub have served as the
Home Hospitality Committee
and will in addition be entertain-
ing the visitors in their own
homes.
Details of the banquet include
a tribute to Max Orovitz for his
outstanding services in the cause
of human relations: an address
by former Florida Gov. LeRoy
Collins, director of the Commun-
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[Milestones in History
Of Committee Work
1904CzariSt Russia's oppression of Jews spurs creation
an Jewish Committee to protect the civil ard relig-
ion r ghts of .lews in the United States and abroad, founding
leader- men such as Dr. Cyrus Adler. Jacob 11 Schiit. ( yrus
I Mayer Sulzberger and Louis Marshall vow to -allevi-
ate the consequences of persecution and to afford relief trom
affecting Jews wherever they may occur
Within months of its establishment, the Committee had
I rebuild Jewish institutions leveled by earthquakes in
ranchwo and Sicily and initiated plans for mass protest
Bga -: Soviet anti-Semitism.
;
19C7-13 \.TC assumes responsibility ror preparing Arner-
lew lewiJh Year Book." standard, authoritative record ot
W< and trends in world Jewish lite.
AJC opposes discriminatory and restrictive immigration
PoB ies of i s
year fight, led by Louis Marshall, opposing Cjtarist
R discrimination against Americans of Jewish faith, re-
i U.S abrogation of 1832 Russo-AmWican Treats oi onv
Integrity of American citizenship vindicated
Amendment to New York Civil Rights Law, supported by
U prohibits advertisement of religious and ra ial liscnmin-
hotels and other public places. Other Mate- later rol-
lout
1914-20Following outbreak of World War 1 AJC provides
lor isolated Palestine Jews and pla maior roll ere-
ol Join. Distribution Committee tor rescuing Jewish wai
In Europe.
I'pon IS entry into the war. AJC leaders help create Na-
I Jewish Welfare Board to minister to need.- Ot Jewisn
mr--,bers of the armed forces. ... .
New immigration law. advocated by AJC accepts \idd.sn
and Hebrew as languages in literacy tests for immigrants w
l-nited States.
AJC endorses Balfour Declaration, to establish Palestine as
Jewish homeland. .
Committee delegation, led by Louis Marshall, plays leaa-
l!! role in Paris Peace Conference decision to include minority-
rights provisions in peace treaties.
AJc exposes the spurious anti-Semitic "Protocols ot the
Elders of Zion."
1W3-27-AJC plea in Oregon school case before I'.S. Su-
' Continued on Page 5-C
MRS. CHARLES fINKUSTfIN
president
COt. NATHAN ROOD
regional co-chairman
JAMES R. KATZMAN
Florida chairman
ANALYSIS WILL BE MADE
Extremism to be Major
Subject Under Discussion
Extremism as a continuing
concern of the American people.
particularly in the perspective
of the recent national elections,
will be one of the principal sub-
jects on the agenda of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's Na-
tional Executive Board meeting
Dec. 4 to 6 here
David Danzig, associate direc-
tor of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, will be speaking, and
leading discussions on the prob-
lems of extremism and inter-
group relations at a number of
the Executive Board sessions.
Danzig has expressed the view
that the conspiratorial section
of the right-wing." though over-
whelmingly repudiated at the
polls, acquired some degree ot
political legittmracj
In analyzing extremism, he
will discuss such questions as;
What is the effect of the
Radical Right on the two-party
system?
Will the Radical Right be-
come more of a conspiracy as
a result of their repudiation in
the elections'.'
Are extremists and conser-
vatives the same'.'
How docs the Radical Right
relate to: anti-Semitism, racism,
civil rights, the fight on pov-
erty"
Social Gangsterism
The respectable context of the
national elections has been in-
vaded by tactic- thai could be
characterized as "social gang-
sterism," Danzig has found, and
DAVID DANZIG
associate director
he views the Radical Right "as
borrowing these tactics and con-
spiratorial techniques from the
Communist left."
However, the election was both
a "clear and strong reaffirma-
tion" of the American consensus
on basic issues which have had
a large measure of support from
both parties for some three de-
cades, as well as a forthright re
pudiation of the Radical Right.
"This consensus, supported by a
landslide victory at the polls,
embodies a public policy of a
basic program of social welfare.
the advancement of civil rights
and a bipartisan foreign pol-
icy." he says
Liberals and conservatives
may differ in varying degrees
on aspects of the consensus, but
they are committed to its under-
lying principles and reject, as
they did In the past election, any
reversal of the consensus. Dan-
zig adds.
Fostering Tensions
Nevertheless, in Danzig's view,
extremists of the far right "have
enough strength and drive to
foster tensions and group hostil-
ities wherever they have strong
concentration of numbers or
where unsettled community prob-
lems exist, such as school in-
tegration." He foresees that the
far right will continue to play
an important role in some. re-
gional and local political con-
flicts.
As tar as the national election
as a whole is concerned. Danzig
has said that the Goldwater
strategy was to bring about a
rational right wing coalition
made up of segregationists, anti-
eivil rights elements, natlvists
and even genuine conservatives.
However, the attempt of this
right-whig bloc to reverse the
American consensus wa- over-
whelmingly rejected at the polls
by members of both parties.
This right wing coalition, which
was formed under the banner
i.f opposition to the Federal pow-
er involved in enforcing the civ-
il rights oi Negroes, gained con-
siderable national visibility."
Executive Board discussions
will consider the future of the
right-wing bloc which Danzig
sees as concentrating its efforts
on "widening the gap between
the national will, expressed so
strongly in the election, and its
actual implementation at the lev-
el of the local communitybe-
tween abstract support for civil
Continued on Page 11-C
BARON Of HWKCH MEYER
party chairman
DAVID FtEEMAN
expansion campaign chairman
MRS. BERNARD STEVENS
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WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED SINCE THE ORGANIZATION'S CREATION
Milestones my American Jewish Committee's History
Continued from P?ne 3-C
Court helps establish right o( Catholic parents to send
Pwidrcn to parochial schools and defeats discriminatory law
Sec1 under KKK influence.
ah joins in emergency relief activities to alleviate plight
.,'',-.. ili m 10 000 Jews stranded in European ports en route
JuTby sudden passage of U.S. Immigration Act of 1924.
bused on national origin quotas.
AJC spurs enlargement of Jewish Agency tor Palestine to
include non-Zionists.
in letter to AJC President Louis Marshall Henry Ford re-
, ,s ,mi Semitic statements and publicly apologizes tor slan-
SJing jews by circulating 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion "
1933 40 VIC urges US. intervention to protect the civil
..,,1 religious rights of Jews in Nazi Germany, exposes Nazi
ution of Jews and other minorities, aids refugees presses
onal campaign in U.S. to counteract anti-Semitism and
propaganda.
AJC initiates public opinion polls on attitudes toward Jews
i= ll"' l S ... i- i r
UC issues "Contemporary Jewish Record, a periodical of
events and digest of opinion in Jewish life, later succeeded by
-Commentary" magazine.
UC establishes Library of Jewish Information to service
j individuals and organizations with objective information about
Jews .
\K opposes British white Paper restricting Jewish immi-
ution lo Palestine: pledges cooperation with Jewish Agency to
Help brins about a just, equitable and workable solution to the
present Palestine problem ..."

1944-45\.1C convenes conference of social scientists to
chart unprecedented research at major universities into prej-
udice its roots, its effects on personality. Committee thus pio-
neers recruitment of social sciences in combating intergroup
hostilities and advancing human relations.
Chapter movement founded to strengthen and expand AJC
constituency and community relations programs.
At IN founding conference in San Francisco, AJC delega-
tion led by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer and Jacob BlausUin.
helps secure inclusion of human rights clauses in IN Charlc.
AJC inaugurates -Commentary magazine." a journal of In-
let lent ii.oue.ht and opinion on Jewish affairs and contemp-
orary is>ues.
o
1946-47 AJC President Proskauer. at Anglo-American Com-
mitU., | [nquiry, urges admission of lOO.OOO DPS to Palestine.
\ supports Palestine partition plan.
U< Alliance Israelite Cniverselle and Angh>Jew.Sh
Association form Consultative Council of Jewish OrganiMt.tons.
,., led to the UN. to safeguard rights ol Jews, and human
'"' '"; ICopensyisuropeaa headquarters in Par. to help protect
ol Jews in Europe and North Africa, speed their tategra-
lion, strengthen communal life. .....
UC files brief in U.S. Supreme Court on released turn pro-
( ourl bars reUgtOUS instruction in public sctwois.
AJC and Anglo-Jewlsh Association of Great Britain sponsoi
. London Conference on needs of Jews in post-war Europe.
\u delegation led by Jacob Blaustein, at Pans Peace
Conference, successfully advocates human-rights guarantees
and restitution provisions in peace treaties.
1948-50-A.IC establishes office in Buenos Aires to help
protect rights of Jews in Latin America. Program Nffm
democratic institutions and fosters integration of Jews into
Latin American communities.......
AJC President Blaustein urges U.S. recognition of Israel.
In U.S. Supreme Court. AJC opposes enforcement of racial
restrictive covenants. Court's ruling is first victory against
such covenants. ., M.
Premier Ben Gurion and AJC President Blaustein. in his-
toric meeting, agree on principle that -Israel ngmtjlUI
jpcaks only in behalf of its own citizens (and) has no intention to
interfere in any way in the internal affairs of Jewish commun-
ities abroad." ,. ,, __,
UC sponsored five-volume "Studies in Prejudice VVF"
and Brothers) hailed by nation's social scientists. 'The Autnon-
tarian Personality." basic volume in the seiies. has stimulated
more than l.OOO further studies.
*
1951-52-Publication of AJC's "Jews in the Soviet Union
'Syracuse University Press) marks first exposure of Soviet anti-
Semitism. Second volume, "Jews in the Soviet Satellites, toi-
lows two years later. ,. ,.f
AJC President Blaustein plays vital role in negotiation 0
8B22.noo.000 restitution settlement with Federal Republic o
Germany in behalf of Israel and Conference on Jewish Matcri.i
Claims against Germany. Similar agreement is negotiated
with Austria two years later. ....
AJC files brief in U.S. Supreme Court to stop state courts
from granting damages for breach of racial restrictive cove-
nants Court affirms Committee's stand.
* *
1954-55-AJC delegation, led by President Irving M. Engel.
Surveys problems confronting 500.000 Jews of Morocco. Algeria
and Tunisia. Committee fights for their right to choose cit.zen-
s"ip with full equality, as well as to emigrate unhindcied.
Committee brief in Supreme Court and AJC-sponsored ic-
March on effect of prejudice on personality contribute to aeus-
">n banning school segregation. m .
AJC co-sponsors second London Consultative Conference ol
''wish Organizations to determine program for insuring Jcwisn
continuity in Western Europe and North Africa, and to discuss
'elation of Jews there to Israel.
*
1956-S7President Engel urges U.S. action to end discrimin-
1AC0B BLAUSUIN
meeting wilh B-C
JOSEPH PROSKAUcR
long-time leader
IUDGI JMAVfR SlUZBfRGER
among AJC founders
CARDINAL IM
boffle against injusfico
ation bj Arab League nations against citizens of Jewish faith.
AJC on its 50th anniversary, sponsors Arden House Con-
ference on Croup Life in America, attended by distinguished
social and political scientists, to appraise future role of religio-
ethnic groups in American life.
Pioneering AJC "Riverton Study" reveals attitudes of Jews
toward themselves and their neighbors. Subsequently, more
extensive "Lakcvillc" project is launched to profile Jews in
suburbia.
*
19S7-59-Pope Pius XII. addressing AJC delegation, in his
first private audience with a Jewish group, urges nations to pro-
vide haven for refugees fleeing persecution; condemns racial
and religious persecution as evil blight" and -violation of
fundamental rights."
Ground is broken for Institute of Human Belations. AJC's
permanent headquarters and hub for research and practical
application in human relations.
With Anglo-Jewish Association and Alliance Israelite Cni-
verselle, AJC launches Community Service program in Europe
to foster religious, cultural and educational cooperation among
Jewish communities.
AJC leaders meet in New York with Soviet Deputy Premier
Mikovan to protest situation of Soviet Jewry.
In testimony before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. AJC
President Engel exposes housing discrimination in Washing-
ton. DC.
1960Week-long series of conferences attended by more
than 200 leading Americans, marks dedication of AJC's Insti-
tute of Human Relations.
Studies of "executive suite" discrimination in American in
dustry are initiated by AJC at Harvard University Graduate
School of Business, University of Michigan. University of Cal-
ifornia at Los Angeles Graduate School of Business.
AJC stimulates program which brings teams of West Ger-
man educators to study US. teaching methods in education for
democracv. Project continues in cooperation with West Ger-
man Government. Institute of International Education. Ford
Foundation, New World Foundation.
1961Premier Ben-Gurion and Jacob Blaustein. in a joint
statement, strongly reaffirm their 1!)50 understanding on rela-
tions between Israel and American Jews, that Israel has "no
desire and no intention to interfere in any way in the internal
affairs of Jewish communities abroad."
Unprecedented course in intergroup relations is developed
and endow ned by AJC at Catholic-sponsored Pro Deo University
for Social Studies in Rome.
Vatican Council, seeking to deal with historic sources of
religious anti-Semitism, asks AJC to submit three memoranda
covering image of the Jew in Catholic teaching and liturgy, and
proposals for relieving religious tensions between Catholics and
lows.
AJC'S Buenos Aires office mobilizes Argentine community
and religious leaders in fight against mounting anti-Semitic out- -
breaks in Argentina Subsequently. Tacuaramajor neo Nazi
groupis outlawed by government.
*
1962Faith and Prejudice (Yale University Pressi reports
findings of seven year Yale Divinity School study, in cooperation
with AJC. examining bias in Protestant teaching materials.
Encouraged by AJC. similar self-studies by Catholic and Jewish
institutions are under way.
AJC opens office in Israel to help interpret the U.S. to
Israel, clarify relationship between Israel and Jews in other
lands.
AJC files brief with U.S. Supreme Court in Regents- Prayer
case. Court rules prayer is unconstitutional, reaffirms principle
of church-state separation.
President Kennedy confers with AJC delegation on Arab
League discrimination against U.S. citizens, and other human-
rights issues.
To furthei research and training. AJC establishes \ lsiting
Professorship in Intergroup Relations in Department of Social
Psychology, Columbia University. AJC's Institute of Human
Relations will cooperate in developing curriculum and research.
> *
1963AJC welcomes Augustin Cardinal Bea, one of the
main architects of the Vatican Council resolution condemning
anti-Semitism, to Institute of Human Relations for discussions
with American Jewish religious leaders.
AJC accords civil rights top program priority. Appoints
Honorary President Irving M. Engel chairman of Special Com-
mittee on Race Relations. Responding to President Kennedy's
call for assistance in promoting equal employment opportunities,
AJC convenes 125 business and industrial leaders for all-day
Washington meeting on responsibility of industry in race rela-
tions.
AJC's exposure of discriminatory patterns in utility indus-
iry spurs major U.S. corporations to consult on ways to elimin-
ate discrimination in the "executive suite."
o *
1964 AJC's 57th annual meeting hears Cardinal Spellman
declare: "Anti-Semitism can never find a basis in the Catholic
religion." AJC delegation is given audience with Pope Paul VI,
who praises Committee's work and states that Cardinal Spell-
man spoke "my sentiments."
Three-year Catholic self-study of bias in religious texts,
encouraged by AJC, is completed at St. Louis University, offers
concrete suggestions for avoiding distorted portrayals of other
religious and ethnic groups.
AJC President Morris B Abram exposes Soviet anti-Semitic
publication, "Judaism Without Embellishment." Worldwide pro-
test against this Nazi-like hate book causes its withdrawal in
the Soviet Union.
AJC leaders complete three-week fact-finding mission to
Latin America. Report on anti-Semitism in Argentina, situation
of Jews in Brazil, Chile and Peru and general status of human
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lajor Problems Will be Discussed Here
Continued from Page l-C
Raymond
D. Nasher. of
Charles Wittenstein. AJC |$t
ulhca Aif Southwest* *rea
will be AJC directions with re
gard to the Protestant communi-
ties, liberal and tundamental-
njsli-'.
Civil Rights Act
rael, where the American Jew-
ish Committee in 1%1 became
the first American Jewish or-
ganizatioil to open an of lice for
the purpose of constructing
bridges of understanding between
Israel's Jews and Jews in other
parts of the world, and on ef-
forts to improve the situation of
the 3.OO0.OI1O Jews in the Soviet
Union.
Internal institutional matters
will be discussed during several
sessions. High on the agenda
[presided over by J<* Gren. of fravin of the Negro-Liberal al will be a report on the Amen-
lallas, co-chairman, wJH_JJ^' uance-will serve as a backdrop
ft Fa|k-
^rector. Civil rights is the subject mat
Djvid Goldwaiser. of Atlanta. tpf ()f a sossjon with discussion
L -ill preside at the afternoon ses- hoilsin education, and employ-
Eg where each of the three re- m(,n, Recem eventsnotably
pen's will i'"1(1 concurrent re- the passage 0| tho Clvi, Rights
llional meetings. The evening Att of 19M ..whlU> back|ash
dinn.t >es>ion. which is to be mob vio)ence in thc South an()
hised b) AJC President Mor- ,o slR.h analvsls
|rl; B. Aliram on "Jews, Jewish
and Social Issuesthe
Equation" with a commen-
ur> by Dr. John Slawson. exec-
I utive vice president.
William P. Engel. of Birming-
i..,m will preside at a Friday
morning breakfast workshop.
where decisions and recommen-
dations will be reported by the
chairman ol each regional ses-
I n
Executive Board
Thc Executive Board meeting
I uili start immediately after.
[While .-peidie hours for discus-
sion of it- agenda have not yet
been firmly set. these are some
01 the ma.n topics to be explor-
ed
Shaping the American Jewish
I future. Dr. John Slawson, exec-
utue vice president of the Amer-
[ican Jewish Committee, is ex-
jpeeti'd to report on a conference
Ion the subject of Jewish identity
[and integration, held earlier this
month at the AJC's national
headquarters in New York City.
with two do/en outstanding "soc-
ial thinkers" participating.
Two specific questions in this
area will be asked: What fac-
tors will determine whether Jew
ish life in future American gen-
erations will wither or flourish?
What can the American Jewish
Committee and other Jewish or-
ganizations do today to affect the
outcome"
Another meeting will discuss
interrtligious affairs, long a maj-
or concern of the American Jcw-
i-h Committee. Particular at-
tention will be given to the de-
cree on Catholic-Jewish relations
at the Ecumenical Council in
Rome, and how a new era in
such relations is to be imple-
mented. ANo under discussion
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vide the background for a dis-
cussion on the threat of extrem-
ism. The coalescence of "radi-
cal right" influences in the
course of the election campaign
will be analyzed in terms of
future directions. Guidelines for
American Jewish Committee ac-
tivity in this area are due to
emerge from the discussion.
Foreign affairs is another
agenda heading. An American
Jewish Committee delegation
that spent three weeks late last
summer in a 15,000-mile tour Of
the Jewish communities in Ar-
gentina. Braiil. Chile, and Peru
will report on its findings.
can Jewish Committees mem-
bership expansion program, aim-
ed at doubling the membership
by the end of 1965.
On Friday evening, members
of the Greater Miami Chapter
will entertain members from
other communities attending the
Southern Regional Conference
and the Executive Board meet-
ing. Saturday morning will be
given over to Sabbath services.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, founded in 1906. is the pio-
neer human-relations agency in
the I'nited States, protecting the
civil and religious rights of Jews
here and abroad, and advancing
the cause of improved human
relations for people everywhere.
It has chapters in 88 cities across
the I'nited States.
Future in Israel
to
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This group is expected
recommend major action
marshal assistance in the U.S.
lor the 850.000 Jews of Central
and South America who, threat-
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and Arab League efforts to fo-
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other by inadequate cultural and
spiritual resources to enrich
their cultural life, seem to face
u questionable future.
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developments with respect to Is-
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* Jbrisf < florid for
Vaqe 9-C
,AJC'$ Work in the Interrengious FieW
crnwd trom Pa# 2-C
irom thr Anu-r
.,.,,iu community 'The
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.... ;. ,n May 22. 194
,Tm : think, that a- tar
. e concerned, we
(root childhood
. certain "tastruc-
.. mtpmpt." as Franee>
Isaac pal it The
relationship v it
. until tin- tacl is
The onlj our -
h >\ serious we are
the .prriblo dam
the centuries "
Vl humor anri ;. toucl
: diocesan puhlicati
v mis Review" i Haj 8.
jiU4 it-nted:
1: teresthuj to note that
,n pul ?hinfl iww* about these
fndmCi the ST Louis Post-Bis-
bate) ised thf headline. "Bia
in Cathohc Tevt-.
hU< thi National Catholu
News ;#rvice headed the article.
'Cat.'. ( School Textbooks Found
tarp Positive." Both evpres
jioos --id be justified b) the
coateru that lollowed. but thi*
is it .r.dication that we have
>om< *y to go in seeking ob
jectlv : A healthy atmosphere
is pr---.r:t ben a critical look
IS thii is not only taken but pub-
Ushet for the pencral public."
Cetta '' Encaursf mtnt
White the St Louis Study re-
nail thai there is much room
lor in pro\e7Tent in the treat-
ment .( Protestants and Jev>
in L noli'- religious textbooks.
then also much cause for en
courarement The very fact
that such a study could be under
taken at a Catholic University,
and il> finding- publicly di-clos
i>d. bpeak- I new OptmtU and
candor in facinj up to extreme-
ly sensitive problems. Particul-
arly welcome h Sister Rose Al-
bert's finding that recently-pub-
lishri materiak are more posi-
tive I d less defensive in their
approach to other religiou?
' an older textbook-
Perhaps most impressive i-
ihe ol Catholic edu
teaching sisters, and
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paration of textbook material- ti
consult with qualified human re
latwn> expert- in order to
achieve what the late Prol Jules
Isaac ban termed the "purifies
tion ol Christian teaching '
Thus the Committee's direc-
tor oi InterreligkNH Affairs
Rabbi Marc H Tannenbaum, U;~~
been appointed the Jewish con
sultanl to the Pin- XII Religiou*
! dm ai ion Resources Centei ii
Monroi Mich, whose directors
\ Johnice and Mary
Elizabeth an preparing ; series
ich iinoi textbooks and
ti ache! manuels
Seeking Communication
The Sister Formation Confer
enee representing nearlj iwi
000 teaching nuns in the United
States, Invited Rabb: Tanenhauni
to addres- their international
laculty and curriculum conven
tion. Subsequently, invitations
/ere received irom some tuen
ty Catholic cotlejres, universities
and seminaries Suffice it to
say that Catholics are aetlvel>
seeking communication and con
-ultatior. with Jewish represen
tatives to an unprecedented o>
p-ee.
Obviously, the process ol re-
vising distorted or biased teach
ing materials will gain enormou-
impetus m many parts ol the
world from an authoritative direr
Uve on this question to emerge
from the Ecumenical Council
But in the I'nited States, in an
atmosphere of increasinc com
munication and understanding
the process has long since start
ed.
Some days after The St Loui-
University find- wen- released
and widelj publicized, the super
inteiideiit- nl Catholu School.-
lor the Archdiocese oi \ev York
and the Diocese o! Brooklyn
i rote ir. a joint lettei to tn.
Net York Time- "We wish to
assure (hi parents ol tin MM
000 children in New York City
i hi attem Catholu schools and
i""- especiallj ti reassure our
many Jewish and Protestanl
Friends n the community thai
then :- in bias against Jewish
'rotestanl peopli Ii thi text
in use 11 the Catholu
schools ol New York City .
"We feel wi cat safely say
tha: tin- recommendations o! the
SI Louis stud] have been in
list ii. the religious curncular
materials employed In the Cath-
olic school- ol New York City."
Those arc encouraging words
and we must welcome the spirit
whu-h prompted them, the same
spirit which made the St Louis
University Btudy possible, and
which will continue to guide
Christians and Jew.- in their et-
forts to ensure that prejudice
may never claim the sanction ol
religious authority.
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Former Gov. Collins Will Speak at Dinner
Continued from Page 1-C
man of the National Governors
Conference and of the Southern
Governors Conference, and was
chairman of the National Public
Advisory Committee for Area
Development of the U.S. Com-
merce Department.
A New Director
The Community Relations Ser-
vice, which Governor Collins di-
rects, was set up under the 1964
Civil Rights Act within the U.S.
Commerce Department.
Primary responsibilities of the
Service are set forth in Title X
of this Act The title says its
functions are "to provide assist-
ance to communities and persons
therein resolving disputes, dis-
agreements or difficulties relat-
ing to discrimination, practices
based on race, color or national
origin which impair the rights of
persons in such communities un-
der the Constitution or laws of
the United States or which af-
fect or may affect interstate
commerce.'
In carrying out this mission,
the Community Relations Service
has set for itself a number of
objectives:
To develop a conciliation
service of superior competence
TO ALL
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
LILLIAN
BERNSTEIN
"interior decorator''
1970 N.E. 188th STREET
Ph. 945-4300
to aid communities where and
as needed, within the authority
granted.
To seek to bring litigation
and disputes to prompt settle-
ments through voluntary com-
pliance with the law.
To reflect at all times an
understanding Of environmental
conditions so that the Service
will be able to work harmonious-
ly with local officials and citi-
zens.
To establish effective liaison
with existing organizations con-
cerned with the elimination of
discrimination ha>ed upon race,
color, creed or national origin.
To "stablish effective liaison
with all Federal agencies havinu
responsibilities under the law in
the field of human relations, so
that duplication of effort will be
voided and economy and effi-
ciency will be realized.
To utilize the cooperation
of appropri.ite state or local, pub
lie or private agencies when-
ever possible.
To advance voluntary gen
eral compliance and thus pre-
vent possible disputes through
the use of the mass communica-
tions media, business, industry,
labor and private organizations.
To challenge the citizens ot
America to responsibility and
unity under the law.
Solution of Problems
President Lyndon B. Johnson
has said: "The task of the Com-
munity Relations Service is to
help communities solve prob-
lems of human relations through
reason and common sense."
To assist the Service in this
work. President Johnson has ap-
pointed several hundred citizens
across the United States to an
Advisory Committee. They make
up a pool of available manpow-
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er for voluntary, non-compensat-
ed assistance, and are to be
called upon by the director for
specific duties commensurate
with special needs and exper-
tise.
On their own. members of this
group are to encourage compli
ance with laws against discrimi
nation and to foster improved
communications between those of
different race, color, religion,
and national origin.
Seymour Samet. Florida direc-
tor of the American Jewish Com
mittee. recently became Special
Assistant to Governor Collin>.
Samet will be among the parti
cipants at next week's meeting
A number of American Jewish
Committee members are on the
Service's Advisory Committee by
appointment of President John-
son. Floridians include Louis
Wolfson. of Jacksonville, and
Mitchell Wolfson. of Miami.
Dr. Slawson
Continued from Page 4-C
sion to Israel during which meet
ings with Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion and other top-level
government officials further
strengthened the bridge of under-
standing between Israeli> and
American Jew-.
Visit to Germany
In 1959. Dr. Slawson visited
Germany and met with a number
of West German Government,
educational and political lead-
ers and social scientists. These
meetings explored the problem
of the almost total lack of know .-
edge of German youth about the
Hitler period. Particular em-
phasis was placed on the im-
portance of utilizing human rela-
tions principles and techniques
in the development of a mora
democratic society. As a result,
groups of German educators
have been coming to the United
States twice each year to stud/
American methods in citizen edu-
cation.
Dr. Slav, son has written au-
thoritative works on Juvenile
delincy, child welfare, mental
hygiene and Jewish communal
life. His book, "The Delinquent
Boy." has been a standard work
in this field.
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fJenisii fhridiari
Paqe 11-C
iking Community Leaders are Expected
|jnued from Page 4-C
kI,h iDiiMtleration at the
lieu! Council.
in national and civic
Hoffman was assistant
[counsel ol the War Pro-
Hoard in charge of the
kaif which serviced the
[Produotfl Bureau of the
He former.y served on
U- ; filiations and Trade
Committee of the Bar As-
of tlie City of New
(During the Korean con
uas appointed as Hear-
uiiiSNioner of the Nation
luction Authority for the
Irk-New Jersey areas.
Legal Counsel
to World War II. he act-
{al counsel to the Unit-
ki-ih Appeal of Greater
wk. the Joint Distribution
tee, and the National
Service. He is founder
I'm ted Jewish Appeal of
New York, a member
i Notional Council of the
Distribution Committee
khe Board of Trustees and
and Allocation Com-
Dt the Jewish Community
>i Essex County.
past chairman of the
kit) Relations Committee
County, and he has also
E chairman of the Joint
Appeal National Coun-
|UJA Initial Gifts chair-
I his community.
iber of Phi Beta Kappa
tmouth, and the Law
of Yale Law School. Hoff-
us on the Board of Di-
jf several business and
Ite corporations.
|rnamic Personality
Appleman of New
[chairman of the
Jewish Committee's
Trustees, is an oil pro-
nd investments entre-
The AJC's Board of
supervise the fiscal and
|ont policies of the Com-
nd maintains a contin-
|;itionship with other
groups. The chair-
lected by a national
Delegates.
an has been a mem-
; American Jewish Com-
ce he was 21 years old,
pas a Committee reprc-
from the State of Okla-
r. and Mrs.
LAUDE
NSHAW
>h their
y friends
fry happy
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homa. He is vitally concerned
with discovering and uprooting
the causes of all forms of preju-
dice.
A dynamic personality who is
a man of action rather than of
words. Appleman is particularly
interested in expanding AJC ac-
tivities in the Southwest. Rocky
Mountain, and West Coast states,
and also in obtaining wider ex-
posure lor the work of the Com-
mittee.
Appleman has served on the
Cabinet Committee of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies
of New York, and is a member
of the board of Monteliore Hos-
pital.
He was born in Marietta, 0..
in 19M. graduated form Tulsa
iOkla.i Hi^h School, and received
a BA in Economics from the
Wharton Sehool of Commerce at
the University of Pennsylvania.
Spotlight Sets on Extremism
Continued from Page 3-C
rights nationally and specific
opposition to its implementation
locally."
His Background
Danzig serves the American
Jewish Committee as associate
director. As deputy to the exec-
utive vice president, he is direct-
ly responsible [or implementim*
the Committee's many-faceted
human relations programs.
A graduate of the Pennsylvania
School of Social Work. Danzig
was national program director of
the I'nited Service Organization
(l'SO> from 1912 to 1916. He
joined the American Jewish Com-
mittee in 1947 and was program
director from 1949 to 1963. when
he assumed his present post.
Danzig's articles appear in
Mich publications as Commen-
tary." "America." and "Com-
memveal." and he has lectured
at the Pennsylvania School of
Social Work, the Columbia Uni-
versity School of Social Work,
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His affiliations include mem-
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Work Education, the National
Association of Intcrgroup Rela-
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TO OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
FROM
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and other Exchanges.
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AJC's Dedication to Man's Understanding
Continued from Page 2-C
ships in America and the world
over.
Until 1936. the Committee con-
sisted Of, .-cvcral hundred distin-
guished American Jews. Among
them were such men as Louis
Marshall. Jacob Schiff. Adolph
Lewisohn, Felix Warburg, Cyrus
Adler. Rabbi Judah Magnes, Jul-
ius Rosenwald, Sol Stroock, -May-
er Sulzberger.
Today, some 30.000 men and
women from more than 600 com-
munities arc members of the
American Jewish Committee.
They are educators, judges, busi-
nessmen, lawyers, government
officials, rabbis, labor leader-,
publishers and writers. Some
are Republicans, others Demo-
crats. Some call themselves
liberal, others conservative. They
are orthodox, conservative and
reform in religious practices.
Triking Diversity
Again, the striking fact of di-
versity, whether in membership
or in program, or even in staff
which under the direction of John
Slawson. its executive head for
the last lifteen years, is made
up of specialists and practition-
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the largest purchased by a bank in Miami and in the '.'rated
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Temple Menorah.
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to symbolise the conviction that
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groups in this country, including
the Jews, has taken place. The
great and growing acceptance of
the principle of human equality
in this country is probably as
important an accomplishment a-
any other social manifestation
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now. the Committee an ts In-
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date gains and to seen them.
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be assured between Jew nd all
Americans, based not sym-
pathy or tolerance but I luman
equality in every rope
A Nerve Center
Oxer the year-, th.- ,;mmit-
tee's impact and effe eness
have been leit on man) ss and
in many ways. Throug ts In-
stitute, it- progl am to ith
these challenges is bell vastly
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man Relations is rapid!; becom-
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Move^ber 27. 1964
+Jenisti fltridliir
Paqe 13-C
Young Friend Talks About Chanuka
Oh
: m:-
kin1.
jl '
[
. ALFRED SEGAL
friend of mine writes
pleaM tell us all
,k;, (He's still young
,' iv HtwnflfeM *'"-
bich he i.)
., he goes on to say.
ave known all about
a since 1 ws a sma" *
.,,. so many other
i who don't know the
oi chanuka. So. please.
port in your column on
toward the Jewish edu-
,! fellow-students of mine
university of our city."
! had received his letter
Up this lad and said to
Please, write a column
about Chanuka. It'll be
for .It-wish parents to
Hi! a young Jew who
ill about Chanuka."
Thanks!" he ex-
,1 a week later 1 re-
,.. esaj about Chanuka
and 1 thank him tor
this column for me to-
. ",nk:i
ifligious Freedom
I h muka," he writes.
a i> a -.ureil day which
, ligioua freedom
Ihe firs! occasion
. deprived people were
ii service of God,
|j- people, that i^. we
l.,r. far back there
nl nl our reli-
ht> You might say
Lk.i commemorates the
lirth ol July in the
mi to say this fir*t
in freedom In the
lerves a Jewish occa-
occurred in the year
pre the Christian er;i
fc-.e young man reports.
Vie in Jerusalem in
had been defiletl by
Syrians, and it was
ees who by military
pughl Jerusalem back
ireedom in the
|our One Cod was re-
And this occasion
htii: celebrated by us
Jven the several thou
later, in the holy
Chanuka. Oh. Mr.
Is no occasion of oth-
[that keeps on being
that long. Yes. we
with lights in our
mother lights up
our living room with an addition-
al candle, each of the eight even-
ings ot Chanuka."
And this bright young man
goes on to ask me: "Do you re
itTPIWier. Mr*" Se*53l.-how TnT'
Temple in Jerusalem was reded-
icated alter the heathens had
been driven out? Do you remem-
ber''' And he goes on to report
to all of those ot us who don't
remember.
Miracle of Oil
"Yes." he says, "when the
Temple was rededicated. only a
very small jar of the Temple's
holy oil was found in it. and
there was only enough of oil to
light up in the Temple for eight
days in a candlestick until more
holy oil could be obtained. Yes.
and that'- why we observe Cha-
nuka with lighted candle in our
living rooms each evening
through eight days, each even-
ing an additional candle until
there are eight candles lighted
in our house.
"And each evening of Chanuka
time, my mother stands before
these candles saying a prayer,
her hands sacredly on her lore-
he.id. M> lather himself stands
before the candles and speaks a
blessing 'Blessed art Thou, r.
Lord our Cod. King ol the I'm
verse, who has sanctified us b>
Thy commandments and com
manded us to kindle the light ot
Chanuka Blessed art Thou 0
Lord our <',nd. who wroughtest
miracles for our fathers in days
of old at this season. We kindle
these lights on account of the
miracle-, the deliverance- and
the wonder- which Thou didst
work for our father.- During
all the eight days of Chanuka
these lights are -acred, and we
are only to look at them in order
that we may give thanks unto
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Thy name for Thy miracles, Thy
deliver.inccs and Thy wonders'."
Reciting of Psalm
(Ye-, yes. I owe this entire
column to this young man whose
parent-, besides themselves be-
nii; of Godly feeling, have been
bringing their boy up toward
such understanding. I'm hand-
ing on their noble example to
all parents.)
And the young man goes on to
say: "Al the Chanuka service
before the candle light, my fath-
er recites one ol the Psalms .
Son." hi' .-ays to me. 'listen
carefully to this.' and he reads
Psalm 'M. saying: '1 will extol
Thee. O Lord; for Thou hast
drawn me up and hast not made
my toes to rejoice over me .
Sing praise unto the Lord. O. ye.
His loving ones, and give thanks
to His holy name. For His anger
is but for the moment; His fav-
or l- for a lifetime Hear. O
Lord, and be gracious unto me:
Lord, be Thou my helper Thou
hasl turned for me my mourning
into dancing: Thou hast loosed
my sack-Cloth and girded me
with gladness: to the end that
my glory may sing praise to
Thee, and not be silent 0 Lord.
m> Cod. I will give thank- unto
Thee forever'."
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Of Special Significance
Page 15-C
Of special interest in this season are books
rial different category which are not
, not scholarly but winch deal with
,,_-. Mime of them Jewish, some Of
,iem h. hui ;ill of them of significance
h reader James P. Warburg, in his
hy "The Long Road Home." has told
-.line members of a prominent Jew
family, of his own Jewish background
.mil ol his contributions to Amor-
al hie. it is a lively, well told and con-
adable story.
Carl Hermann Voss has created an exception-
ing double biography. "Rabbi and Min-
ister h) this volume. Dr. Voss tells the story
;abbi Stephen S. Wise and John Haynes
Holmes, both liberal ministers in New York City,
both Zionists, both enemies of political bossism
and both among the most eloquent voices in the
Sou York City pulpit. One was a rabbi and the
,ih(T a minister. Together, however, they chang-
ed the face of the city and won national fame
because oi their courageous spiritual leadership
Pierre Van Paassen, in "To Number Our
... li,!- rewritten in large part his earlier auto-
aphy, "Days Of Our Years." Yet he has add-
10 it and has told of his own passionate and
championship of the Jewish people. He
been Zionist all his life and was regarded
by Justici Louis D. Brandeis as the most im-
.....Jewish Zionist in the United State-
While an one aspect of his career by A. L. Todd.
In his "Justice On Trial: The Case of Louis D.
Brandeis. the author reports on the struggle that
loped Alien the noted Jewish lawyer was
nominated to the United States Supreme Court by
1 President Woodrow Wilson. Anti-Semitism flar-
ed when President Wilson named Mr. Brandeis.
this shabby event in American history is told
m all it- details.
Calibre Not Vary High
Fiction of Jewish interest has not been of
a particularly high calibre, although some books
were quite good. The best. I think, is Seymour
Epstein's novel. "Leah." Mr. Epstein has not
attempted a book on a large scale, but he has
Handled a difficult and "small" theme with skill
and artistry.
"Leah" is the story of a thirty-seven-year-
old unmarried Jewish woman, lonely in a big city,
bewildered that life somehow has passed her by,'
and capable, in the end, ol facing up to a life of
spinsterhood li is a tale I i autifully told and
the novelist has captured the relationships be-
tween the heroine and her lather and her mother
with deep understanding,
The last novel, and Ihe second pothumous
work by Edward Lewis Wallant, "The Children
at the Gate," Is one of the tine books of the sea-
son, in which a Jew plays a major role. Again.
Mr Wallant deals with alienated and bewildered
people, sufferers and lost folk. This book reminds
us once more that in Mr, Wallant we have lost
,i major talent.
Some of the other novel- have been curiously
disappointing. Leon I'ris" "Armageddon" is an-
other historical novel, this time about the Amer-
ican airlilt to Berlin. The book includes Nazis
and anti-Nazis and Americans and Jews and Rus-
sians and heroes and villainsbut altogether it is
. shoddy performance, not even a slick one. It
lacks the passion of "Exodus" and "Mils 18"
which overcame Mr. Iris' prose because the
;hemes he selected were of overwhelming .-.ignifi-
cance. The new hook, serialized in a national
magazine, i- had Iris, which to some critics, is
quite had
Essentially Insignificant
Sylvia Rothchild is a fairly unknown but pol-
ished short -tory writer. Her first novel, "Sun-
-hine and Salt." which deals with a Jewish fam-
ily and the family's problems when a mother-
in-law comes to live with it. is far less good than
one would expect from Mrs. Rothchild. It is
competent but essentially insignificant. Dozens
of books have been published on American Jew-
i-h family life, and this one is more forgettable
than most. S. J. Wilson has written a pleasant
little novel about a Jewish boy, "Hurray for Me."
It, too, is trivial, but it was astutely promoted
and went through many printings. It was read
but will. I am sur. not survive its season.
Holiday Greetings to All
B'NAI B'RITH
AZA
Miami 322
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Section D
AS A VARIETY Of JEWISH SCHOLARS HAVE INTERPRETED IT
The Significance of the Chanuka Celebration in Our Lives
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lay of Chanuka was a
.elebration during the
the Hebrew calendar. It
0 of the Days of Awe;
loes it have the family
i? values of Passover.
Seder. The story of
as ;i matter of I let.
1 told in the bible, but
o books of the Macca-
id those two books them-
ifcr in emphasis on who
heroes were and weren't,
torians belittle the mill
complishments of the
<'s, and Josephus. one ot
jor Jewish historians of
also dealt casually with
>al military events for
e recall iudah Maccabee
rothers in our own time.
Tcherifcover's View
A- an example of the meaning,
|jr lack of a, of the Chanuka holi-
'" itself, I discovered that in
Prof. Victor Tcherikovor's basic
and authoritative study "Hellen-
istic Civilization and the Jews,"
Chanuka i- missing from the
book's Index. Indeed, the holi-
day itself appears to be minor in
the historical survey by this Jew-
ish scholar who devoted his en-
tire career to the Hellenistic per-
iod In Jewish history.
There are those historians who
lay that the truth ot the matter
jsthat the Maccabees themselves
were "fanatict" and bloodthirsty
and anyway, the Hasmonean
kingdom established after the
victory of Jud-h Maccabee over
the Greek Syrian oppressors, did
not hist very long. What is more.
Prof" Tcherikover tries to tell US
-genttv. it is tiw-that Antio
Chus was not suoh a bad fellow
and that the repressions and per-
secutions he introduced were a
result of Jewish rebelliousness,
and not the reverse: that is. that
it wasn't against Antiochus ex
Ceases that the Maccabees re-
volted But that revolt was an
outgrowth Of scores of Oriental
uprisings against Western mas-
ters, and ti>at the Hebrews were
one of many groups to fight
against the Western empire
grabbers.
Jews and Greeks
And if that isn't enough. 1 was
told by a friend seeking Chanuka
material lor a television series.
that there is little serious cre-
ative writing around Chanuka.
practically no music, few novels,
no tolklore and. here and there,
a snippet or two of an oratorio or
a jingle. When I called his atten
tion to two or three historical
novels concerned with the battle
between the Jews and the
Creeks, with Chanuka some-
where in the middle, he was sur-
prised, but in the end I had to
agree with him that there wasn't
very much. And the reason?
Weil, in the past. Chanuka was
not a holiday of impressive pro-
portions.
The success of the Chanuka
festival for Israel, sponsored by
the Israel Bond Organization,
due, in part, to the tie-up of the
spirit of the Maccabees of old
and the modern Maccabees of
the Jewish republic. And the
stress put by the Bond Organi-
zation on Chanuka during the
past decade has brought to the
attention of thousands of Jews
the drama in the story of the
Maccabees and their series of
guerrilla victories against odds
Herman Wouk. in his best
seller "This is My God." makes
the point that he undertook to
write his book because a friend
asked him if there was any lit-
erature on Chanuka.
But on a practical level, the
significance of Chanuka is well
described by Rabbi Albert I. Gor-
don, in his best-selling sociolog-
ical study entitled "Jews in Sub-
urbia." "Everywhere." he writes,
"religious schools concentrate on
the preparation of their pupils
for the Feast of Lights. Anticipa-
tion of the pleasures and the
aesthetic values of the festival
help create a joyous mood amont.
children and parents alike."
And then Rabbi Gordon add-
this thoughtful phrase: "Conver-
sations with rabbis, teachers and
parents in suburbia make it evi-
dent that Chanuka occupies a
unique place in the lives of Amer-
ican Jews. It is the symbol of
the Jews' belief in man's inher-
ent right to worship God in free-
dom, even as it attests to then-
hope for the future of mankind."
Colorful Decorations
Rabbi Gordon quotes suburban-
ites frequently in his study and
here is a statement relating to
the value of Chanuka in "oppos-
ing" Christmas: "How can we
counteract the Christmas influ-
ence in our public school sys-
tem? We must do it through our
Hebrew and Sunday schools and
in our homes as well. So we
make Chanuka a season for col-
orful decorations. We kindle
beautifully tapered little candles
and distribute gifts and present-.
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November 27, 1964
*Jenisti fhridHain
Page 3-D
Being Judged by the Present You Give
Bv TRUDE DUB
London
-ERHAPS nothing shows more
p ,, person La thought of
h, Tiiiv nr iriends, Wan
,.,. The gift need not be
5ive to prove his worth,
. .. jhOM thai some care
,.,, spent on thinking out
. ,i, give pleasure. This
nclude a present bought
child's pocket money as
cll aS a suceeufHl husband's
arl necklace or diamong ring.
When e welt courting, my
husband 'hen a young student.
bmiLht me as his first Chanuka
P^sent some Dutch chocolates
a Sjlvery metal box. with four
rod roses painted on top. I still
live the bo* although we have
been married for over 30 years.
li now contain! all sorts of
souvenir*, like pressed roses
trom niv husband's anniversary
bouquets, telt needle-cases made ^
and embroidered for me by my
,.!,ler daughter when she was at
school and some "jewelery" the
children bought for me at ba-
| would not part with these
- Mr anything in the
Take that huge uiit
-ludded with red and
Ahite glass that my younger
ave me when she was
,ix, I an -till see her big blue
filled with pride as she
j it to me with"some
for you, Mummy."
Personality of Donor
There is also a handkerchief
from a dear friend of mine who
was left almost destitute when
her husband died. She embroid-
ered a corner with coloured silks
and enclosed a card saying
This is all 1 can afford but
each stitch was sewn with love."
Of coarse, a gift expresses not
only the feeling of one person
lor another, it also discloses the
personality of the donor.
I know a woman who gives a
drum or trumpet to children of
parents whom she dislikes in
the hope that "maybe it will
drive them all crazy!" Or an-
other one. now a past friend,
who, one Chanuka, sent me a jar
of stemmed ginger with these
words: "Everybody complains
that giving presents is a bur-
den, but nobody has the courage
to Mop. N'ext year, we shall
L_#*&>
View of Israel's first Youth Science Camp sponsored by the
Weizmann Institute in Rehovoth. In this novel summer camp,
bright science-minded teen-agers are spurred to pursue careers
in various fields of pure and applied science.
give presents only to the family:
while to Iriends we shall send
cards to say how much we love
them.'' I did not mind so much
the ginger burning in my throat,
or the stopping of the presents
but the loving bitthat master-
piece ot hypocrisyreally en-
raged me. As I >aid. this lady
now belongs u< mj past friends.
What to Expect
It is true that over the years
presents can create a bit oi a
problem. We knew some people
who have moved a long time ago
to another town and we have
not set eyes on them since. But
when Chanuka comes round. I
know there will be a phonograph
record token from them and
they know they will get a book
token from me. I would not tell
them for the world that I haven't
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got a phonograph and wouldn't
be a bit surprised if they didn't
have a library, but at least it
shows we are still in each oth-
er's thoughts.
We also know what to expect
from each others It is far worse
Continued on Page 14-D
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who v
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>rt Negro freedom riders, sit-ins, and
arches that there arc many Negroes
Jews. Negro anti Semilism. is now-
eality. in fact, nobody denies the pres-
i niitism amon^ Negroes; only iis
questioned,
,1,.-- organization1-, like the
:,n!ii that anti-Semiti.-ni "is not v
,, i T- nor i.- it nourished or
. ;i working creed ... It i- not virulent
amon : relatively i w Negroes.'
,.. ol analysis i n mini
. a- [ailing to portray the Negro I
The NAACP and similar organizations
oi ienti d v hose \ iews neither
nor reflect the attitudes demonstrated
llions ol Negroes living in ghettos where
-in i- prevalent. Another factor which
la ken into account is the reluctance ol
itions to criticize Jews for fear they
oh! their moral anil financial support
'ii. Thus I must concentrate my atten-
rank and file Negro and the lominun
lich he lives.
Urban Phenomenon
m it ism among Negroes in the United
; rincipally an urban phenomenon As
element it i- virtually unknown in rural
tiv close relations!) p between these
i in the urban areas, especially in
matters, that spawn Negro anti-Semit
esc tie- include: l. landlord-tenant; 2
! consumer; .'>. professional competiton;
ompetition between Negro mil Jewish
. n.
-t relationship found between Ne
1 .lev.- in Negro communities and a
ma.: -'' ot anti-Jewish feeling is that ol land
ant.
- in Negro neighborhoods are usually in
repair Despite such deplorable COndl-
lioi ildings .ire overcrowded, unsanitary, and
Negroes pay comparatively higher
rent n white- Consequently, the landlords ot
tin- tidings are regarded with great contempt
by >egro populace. But it is the Jew who Is
blarr" Because these communities were for-
ewish neighborhoods pins the fact that
artmenl houses are owned by Jews, Ne
-i' -id to identify all landlords as Jewish
and attribute all housing ills to the "gouging
Jewish landlord."
Many Negroes state that they are anti-Semitic
because 'Jew- own everything in sight." One
Negro described hi- plight: "I pawn my watch at
a Jewish -tore, i buy my food at a Jewish -tore.
I go into a Jewish place of amusement, and I buy
my elotlv- from a Jew This is the economic
situation S'egi ies have to cope with. Since these
eery, hardware, liquor, etc.) are the
ones that v. II extend him credit, the Negro
has ii' alternative but to -hop there though the
i"ii higher than similar si
in whil : nunities. As a result, Negro anti-
i gem i ated.
In Government Jobs
Intense resentment i- expressed by Negro
professionals against their Jewish counterpart-.
The feeling i- that Jewish professionals arc of
service to Negro clients and patients who right-
fully belong to them They also charge that Jew
i-h firm- refuse to lure them, and instead.
employment to members ol their own religion.
In governmental jobs there is much Negro
antagonism towards Jew-. Jews, because they
have worked longer, are often found in superior
positions while Negroes, on the other hand, are
t tund in inferior position-, it is not unusual to
lind Negro school teachers working under Jewish
principals or Nemo social workers taking orders
from Jewish supervisors,
The fourth cause of Negro anti-Semitism is
the competition or lack of it between Negro and
Jewish businessmen in Negro communities. Con-
vinced thai Jew- can always outdo rival Negro
businessmen, Negroes demand that Jews leave
iheir neighborhood.
In 1962, a group of Negroes picketed in front
ol Harlem's Apollo Theater (owned by a Jew,
and chanted "Black man must stay; Jew must
go." The purpose of the picketing was to pro-
test white ownership of stores in Harlem. A two-
block stretch known as the Gold Coast125th
Street between Lenox and Eighth Avenueshad
only one store owned by a Negro.
In each of the above encounters. Jews have
played th dominant role. Negroes object to this
pattern and seek to break it.
James Baldwin, in "Notes of a Native Son."
Continued on Page 12-D
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November 27. 1964
vJetfisti Th rid ton
Page 7-D
Chanuka Calls to Mind Many Jewish Heroes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
CHANUKA calls to mind the
V litary prowess of .ludah
guerrilla army at a
,on America, tliroiish .
"Exodus," i> discov-
,. Jew as a lighting man.
the military arts have
incredibly sophisticated,
nuclear and rocket sci-
:.c a leading part in the
tense. Jewish partici-
n top-level military set-
,IU, far out "I proportion to
l. Loiiiparatively small number
. in the population.
The German scientist, M. .1.
Schleiden. in Hie last century an-
alyzed the -lew as a soldier.
Their valor under the Macca-
!,,-. their exploits in the cam-
paign hich ended with Titus'
destruction of Jerusalem, their
desperate rebellion under Bar
Kochba, and later on, their de-
fense ol Naples against Balisar-
iimis. or of the passes of the Py-
renee' against the Franks, place
ili, i n on a par with the yreat-
ues known to history."
\.i xiied and persecuted Jevv-
k ,i.c gloried in the Macca-
hi .in other lieroic defenders
ol the faith. It was only natural
ii underprivileged group
mould identify vicariously with
,i- strong men.
Arab hostility makes it neces-
.hi for Israel to live as an arm-
imp today. Jewish teachings
arc consistent with legitimate
ii- However, some of
larj [eats fur which our
lake credit might
I i xamination.
common practice to relate
Jewish participation on both
I the American Civil War.
Jews who served the Union and
the Confederacy are listed with
pride, Yet. it is dubious
whether Jewish Confederates
mti' defending the ideals of Ju-
one i mils den. Milch, Goer-
n_ >!uet of staff, listed among
distinguished '"Jewish" soldiers.
me appears in an article,
Hie Jew As Soldier. Strategist.
Military Adviser." The fact is
that the Nazi Milch repudiated
his Jewish father to gain honor-
ary Aryan status from Hilter.
Who needs him?
The same article lists another
sh "hero." He is German
Col Dusterberg, a leader of the
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\ .
High school qirls vvhose mother tongue is Hebrew or French
or Arabic or Rumanian study English in a classroom of the
Beersheba Vocational High School for Girls, a joint project
of Canadian and American Mizrachi Women. The ultra-mod-
ern school, located in the desert capital of Beersheba, draws
students horn nearby settlements and growing desert commun-
ities like Dimona. Youngsters cycle in at sunrise before the
heat becomes intense to learn typing, fashion design, beauty
culture, domestic science. Also that "hello" and "goodbye"
and "peace" -in that funny language, English-really mean
Shalom.
SUhlbelm, n veterans group that
collaborated with the Nazis.
It is also triumphantly noted
that ,i Jew served Mussolini's
Fascists with such "outstanding
valor under lire" that he was
awarded a gold medal, lie was
Bruno Jesi,
I lie Jew ish attitude toward
military heroism is easy to un-
derstand. The medieval church
confined Jrws to the ghetto, for-
bade them from cultivating land
or bearing anus. A cruel legend
(mi rged that the Jews were a
cowardly and -civile people. It
is understandable lhat historians
would seek to disprove this myth.
As human beings, Jews possess
the same capacities as other in-
dividuals.
There is no doubt of Jewish
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* Jew af> ntr/id/na/v
mr camp
aign is the practice of Soviet courts
Page 9-D
\ Miidm
down much heavier sentences against
Deluding '"any (,cath penaltiesthan on
jaws convicted of the same alleged economic
m fn' protests do not seem to have di-
f'h('l noticeably the disproportionate number
,,i |(, prison or to the firing squad in
(Continuing trials.
Bakery Never Operated
v
//lor was the matter of matzohs
lews In 1!M)2 and 1963, the State
. ordered not to bake matzohs. Again
I j arose, For the 1964 Pas-over.
flu-ials said again thai the state bakeries
bake matzoh but that two steps would
iinstituted to make matzohs available for those
is who wanted them.
be Soviets ..nnounced that the Moscow Jew.
community would be allowed to make mat
5 In a temporary bakery. The Soviets even
[tribute;! pictures of the bakery. But when the
merican Embassy in Moscow looked into the
jitter, at the request of the State Department,
[reported that the bakery had never operated.
The ether step was an announcement that
Iviet Jf"s would be allowed to accept parcel
l>t shipments of matzohs from overseas. In
]spon nlar croups in some European countries, sent
llargc number of such parcels to Russia. Later.
a< reliably reported that Soviet customs of-
|ial? bad impounded the parcels.
The Soviets have been quick to defend thein-
ives against many of the charges of abuse of
sian Jims with propaganda devices, such as
piective signatures of Jewish factory workers
statements denouncing such criticisms. The
Icstion is the degree to which such criticisms
induce the Soviet officials to take steps to
the abuses, rather than to issue propaganda
^tcments that the charges are false.
The withdrawal of the Kiev booklet was such
I act, even it it was to some degree nullified by
pcial approval of a less offensive hut still anti-
nitic substitute in the Soviet war on religion,
announced permission to Moscow Jews to
frate a bakery which never made any matzohs
nain* ,i ni\ stery.
The -rant of permission to Russian Jews to
accept matzoh shipments from overseas, with the
subsequent indications that the shipments were
withheld from the Jews, may have indicated a
struggle at two levels ol the Soviet bureaucracy,
in which tlu.se favoring the idea prevailed initial-
ly and then lost out to those Soviet officials who
opposed it.
Churchill's description ol the Soviets remains
valid for their Jewish policies. What the record
indicates :- that pressure does produce some re-
sults and that more pressure may produce more
results
In addition, the value of keeping a world
spotlight locused on Soviet treatment of the
Russian Jews i- beyond argument. Without that
spotlight, things might well have been much worse
than thej actually have been. And it should also
be remembered that the pressures are a constant
reminder to the Jews 0f Russia that they have
not been forgotten by the west.
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November 27, 1964
*Jeisi> FkridHan
Page 11-D
(articular Jewish Attitude Toward Divorce
By RABBI DR. H.
RABINOWICZ
TivORCe a WWW people
\ft\ itrongl) about, one way
, mother. And it is of inter
k to stu the Jewish attitude
rtris divorce
["in Judaism, marriage is ex-
L elevated, and sanctified:
kh,:-ocv.T lives without a wife
Ls without joy. without blcss-
t ,nd wlthou! gOOd." Inter-
Urvd throughout rabbinic writ-
Enre invaluable dicta on the
fajietement of domestic bliss
Ld the avoidance of innumer-
Ee pitfalls. "Be careful not to
Lrev. your wife, because her
, flow easily." Though mar-
hjge i~ regarded as a "strm-
jure tor eternity," Judaism
[ecor.ize- that Utopian concep-
lior.s cannot resolve marital mal-
MJustinents
\ for Judaism the doctrine
lh.; "Whosoever shall put away
uife and many another.
nnmrtteth adultry against her;
I y -hi' herself shall put away
r husband and marry another.
Emmitteth adultry" Nor the
in "What therefore God has
juined logi' H lei no man put
In reasonably re-
l laws were not
I.. le rcducive to moral-
li). stability or the sanctity of
No Stigma
.U>\uh attitude to di-
korce i> based on the Torah:
Khen a nun takcth a wife and
narrieth her, and it cometh to
ba>s if she finds no favor in his
byes because he hath found in
per ome unseemly thing, that
he writeth to her a bill of di-
vorcement and uiveth it in her
hand and sendetb her out of his
house." Judaism attached no
htisnia to divorce: it made sup-
erfluous innumerable subterfuges
p"r the nullification of marriage.
** a talnmdu teacher says: "As
hien differ in their treatment of
Iheir food, so they differ in their
peatmen! of their wives. Some
nen, if a flj falls into their cup,
full put ii aside and not drink
another man. it a fly falls into
Pis cup will throw the fly away
ind then drink the cup."
The protagonists of divorce re-
friction.- were personified by
phe school of Shammai. accord-
ing to whom "man may not di-
vorce his wife unless he has
found unchastity in her." The
school of Hillel on the other hand
avers that "he may divorce her
even if she spoiled a dish for
him." The tolerant Rabbi Akibs
adds: "Even if he found another
fairer than she." The view of
Shammai'- school was not too
widely accepted. Josephus. too,
informs us that "he who desires
to be divorced from his wife for
any cause whatever, and many
such causes happen among men.
let him, in writing, give assur-
ance that he no longer wishes to
live with her as his wife."
Pre-Mrit*l Education
Public opinion and Changed
conditions gradually forced the
non-Jewish Western world to re-
lax its inflexible and uncompro-
mising religious doctrine of the
"indissoluhility of marriage;"
conversely Jewish sages \ clined to restrict their broad-
minded divorce laws as much as
possible
Modern teachers recommend
unanimou-ly that bettor facili-
ties be provided for pro-marital
education This is parallel to
Jewish teachings. The rabbis
urge that marriage should not
be based on superficial qualities,
such a- look-, dowry, or social
Status. "Favour i- fal.-e and
beauty is vain, but a woman that
feareth the Lord, she shall be
praised." They stress further-
more, that a man "finds happi-
ness only with his first wife."
and that "if a man divorces his
first wife, even the altar sheds
tears." The Prophet Malachi
proclaims: 'Let no man deal
treacherously against the wife of
his youth, for I hate him that
puts away his wife." It was
therefore the solemn duty of the
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rabbi to dissuade the parties from
proceeding to the divorce. "Do
you taBHC he should ask them,
"that tomorrow people will -ay
of you, this man is accustomed
to divorce his wives?' your daugh-
ters will become an object of
scorn and disgrace will fall on
your children."
Same Grounds
In remote antiquity. Aaron,
the hiyh priest, established
peace between husband and wife.
Throughout the ages the rabbis
were the trusted intermediaries
patching up quarrels, repairing
broken marriages, carrying out
the work which modern mar-
riage counsellors do.
Adultery, change of religion,
public indecency, and inter alia
cursing her father-in-law in his
presence (no mention of the
mother-in-law ) were among the
many ground- for which the hus-
band could divorce his wife.
There were, however, two in-
stances whore the husband could
not divorce his wife: if allega-
tion> of pic-marital infidelity
wore not proven, and if there
had been .-eduction by the hus-
band be tore the marriage.
Although the woman was not
Continued on Page 15-D
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Question of Anti-Semitism Among Negroes
Continued from Page S-D
bet the Negro view of Oat Jews o* Harlem:
"Jews m Harlem are smai. tradesmen, rent co.
lectori, reii estate atzi- and paTibrokers; the;-
operah cordance a.th the American Mm
nen ::ac.t;on of expio.iing Negroes, ar.d th*> are
identified nth oppression and are feet-
- reneasber Breettaf no Negro r= the
t s Jnj
: not. inceec |
the t T.:empt."
Negro Ci^tural Herbage
Ttaditieaal Carfa ...... i
lulled Jes-j- is another I
I Mack reop I
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1
November 27, 1964
* Jew isfl Htrk/kUl
Page 13-D
ft
j lived in the neighborhood, hated
j because they exploited us, but because
Lbeen taught in Sunday School that Jews
rhn-t Killers' ... To hold an attitude of
,.',', towards .lews was bred in us from
f^. i, was not merely racial prejudice, it
Jrt'oi our cultural heritage."
vp.ro anti-Semitism is increasing with the
J Iidc ol Negro militancy. The Black Mus-
... Negro cull emphasizing separa-
. gpenij anti-Jewish and incites the latent
.,',', its followers. The danger of the
' |.. much in their extreme hatred
"taws but '" ,h;" ,hcir hatrcd is being sPt,wod
I. by thousan Is ol Negroes not associated with
movement. Should the .Muslims become a
- (orci there is no doubt that anti-Semitism
111 increase greatly.
The reasi ns I r Negro anti-Semitism are para-
al they are the result of both truth and
MB.' The fictional part is composed of tradi-
I stereotypes and faulty generalizations
ed in the minds of Negroes by anti-Semitic
opaganda
SeToe- refuse to judge each individual Jew
his deeds but rather lump all Jews into one
legory character!**! by the performances stag-
by a small majority. He sees one deceitful
risk merchant and concludes that all Jewish
lerchants are deceitful. He believes that all
bdlords in Kegro neighborhoods are Jewish be-
Ihi popular belief that Jews own most
the property in the area. Even when Jews are
for Gentile firms resentment is still di-
nted against them. It is seldom realized by
grocs th.it most landlords, irrespective of the
cial group to which belong are guilty of the
Be practices.
The stereotype of the Jewish store owner as
"exploiter" is common among Negroes. What
grots refust to consider is that wherever small
uinessmen exist prices are high. And the small
wnessmen in Harlem are no exception. They
ut charge higher prices if they are to make any
fit. Their small-scale buying forces them to
iv higher wholesale prices.
Easily Singled Out
James Baldwin has written that "as society
lu>t have a scapegoat, so hatred must have a
imaol. Georgia has the Negro, and Harlem has
the Jew." Jews are singled out because they
are more easily identified as a group than Gen-
tile landlords and merchants. The latter belong
to many religious denominations and are more
difficult to blame. As Whitney Young, head ol
the Urban League, pointed out: "What is mis-
taken for anti-Semtism is anti-white feeling."
Finally, many Negroes misinterpret the Jew-
ish attitude of separation as prejudice. Jews
have always lived in ghettos or communities that
have had a large proportion ol Jews. They have
always been opposed to integration. Tins i- a
sociological truth and should not be construed as
outright discrimination. The same reasoning fol-
lows for businessmen and firms who hire only
.lew 8.
On the other hand, there are many Jewstoo
manywho, in fact, exploit Negroes, .bus own
>lum houses, and over charge Negro tenants. This
unfortunately, is true. This type of behavior docs
more damage to the Jewish image than one thou-
sand Jewish freedom riders or one thousand Jew-
ish members of the NAACP do to promote it.
One Negro woman told the following to a news-
paper reporter: "I don't care how many rabbis
march on the picket lines ... If 1 go to a Jewish
real estate agentwell, better not go to one. It
wouldn't help." Negroes living in slums are not
interested in the fact that Jewish organizations
are fighting for them while they are shivering
for lack of luat in their rat-infested apartments.
Difficult Tests Ahead
Jews are also guilty of discrimination ano
hypocrisy. Masquerading as friends of Negroes,
they always talk about helping them improve
their lot. But they only give Negroes token equal-
ity. They -peak of equality, but do not practice it.
When Jewish realtors refuse to allow Negroes
to move into their apartment houses for fear ot
losing their white tenants they arc guilty of dis-
crimination. When Jews move out of attractive
neighborhoods en masse as a few Negroes move
in they are guilty of discrimination. This sight
becomes loo difficult for the Negro to forget and
understandably so. Who can blame Negroes for
anti-Jewish feelings?
If the Jews want to reduce Negro anti-Semit-
ism, or at least want to be sure that they are in-
nocent victims, they must practice equality in
deeds and actions, and not in platitudes.
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-bet 27, 1964
* Jen Iff} Fhridlian
Page 15-D
titular Jewish Attitude Toward Divorce
Itontinoed from Page 11-D
^, divorce her husband.
, lav poi nitted her lo sue
Lihe > in for divorce on
!Lm n,|s Among
* e,r impotence of the
tond phvsical blemishes and
",;,. shall borrow
,,,,.. of her neigh
';Thl te's rights were
. id and her
l>> the Cher
, Gershom (90"-
..gven .,. the man does
IMi nv... wife CP< 0|
[ so shall the
not U<- put away except
llcr own i nsent."
],Cal dissolution was further
, i |,:. the institution of
,^c contract).
^ K,j | Iden to remain
-- -he had a
Mabah."
I il
her'
Ambulances and first aid equipment urgently shipped to
Israel by American Red Moqen Dovid, of New York, were
used in a recen' nationwide civil defense test carried out by
Red Mogen Dov>d, the Israel na'ional Red Cross and ambu-
lance service. Red Mogen Dovid has asked the American
supply and support winq for another 50 ambulances.
. easy to di
whole Kc
discharged,
sell the hair
minimum
;e contract
zuz" for '
for
ble sum of
No Interference
is i ncans easj to
Alter the
and the li
tions, come the
elaborate laws
|l-rnetl with the actual writ-
attesting and delivery of
divorci bill A man well
km in the>e complexities had
preside at these proceedings.
[is improper for any person
nterfere in these matters un-
lit, is learned in the law of
rr:age and divorce For
p are mar,> points to be con-
Ired and it ;- easy for a man
]p.t therein This would
in invalidating the pro-
pwish teat gs seem to have
pted tlii that such a-
: I I" ed should l>e
d, without necessarily pru-
lr- ''" of marriage.
1 e, methods ol
i dissolution
oiled. At no
and in case, was the
' be jhed in favor of
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COMPANY
WG CUSTOM
3TOR: F XTURES
' N.W 22nd AVENUE
Ph. 635-7241
HAPPY CHANUKA
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pXALL PHARMACY
Prescription Specialists
I Hill So Dix* Hwy.
M>. CE 5-0812
"'nd Shopping Center
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GALLERIES INC.
NEW IOCATJON
627 So. Miami Avenue
CORAL CABLES
phone 374-5713
Chanuka and Jewish Heroes
Continued from Page 10-D
ment. His im ente I
Ihc first en n This took
place 500 years before I'hilip ol
Macedon King l zzi h instituted
the general I ept. inte-
grated I ampai n -' leg}, and
the use ol unit rm militarj
equipment
joab's metnod of attacking
fixed fortifications was mutated
much later when Titus besieged
Jerusalem The Jewish concept
was that a good offense makes
the best defense Recent victor
iea of the Israeli Army have
borne this out.
Modern guerrilla warfare has
been waged by groups like the
Partisan- in Yugoslavia and the
Fi lei Castro movement in Cuba.
The basic principles of such
campaigns were anticipated by
that guerrilla genius, Judah Mac-
cabeus, the first commando.
f~
Greeiings from
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JE 4-2907
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1370 N.W. 22nd STREET
Dial 633-2441
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2510 PALM AVE.
TU 7-4971
HIALEAH
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REPAIR REWIND REBUILD
SERVICE Ph. 374-5838
1652 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA.
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Miami 36. Florida JAckson 2-5312
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Ph. 691-2841
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* Real Estate & Mortgage Broker *
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Ph. 374-2667
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Greetings to the Jewish Community
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Phone MU 1-6661
Holiday Greetings
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Miami. Florida. Friday, November 27, 1964
Section E


4~i.it her of iKc/isjioii^
j-rccac-itt and \~*onscience
Illustration by Gustavc Dor.
INCREASE IN NUMBER OF CANDLES AFFIRMS OUR FAITH
Menorah Stands for the Light in Our Jewish Thinking
By DOV PERETZ ELKINS
Ij-OAiSM has been described as
"i ymbolism. The
ii the door represents
symbolizesthe pres-
cind m ;i Jewish homo
!pcct for the Jewish way
' The esro: and lulai re-
the renewal of nature,
- through Got

ever re-
i reation of his world
I on the Tails bring
;;l!'"i all of the command-
I i the Torah.
the religious rite in the
. religion is an action
!Cn stands for something,
nich represent
I'
.
a human value,
to become better
an beings.
ii is the symbolism of
ika Menorah? Many
m be givefi. The one
I '<'! mows out f the
iunted in the Talmud
ate about the Chanukiah
' Menorah is known in Is-
i en the School of Mil
1 the School of Sham in i.i.
The disciples ol Shammal sug
gested that on the first night of
Chanuka eight candles be light-
ed and on each successive night
one less candle. But the dis-
ciples of Hillcl argued thai this
would !)< backwards They in-
sisted thai on t!- first night, one
candle be lighted, and an ad-
ditional one on each succeeding
evening.
Inherent Meaning
We might venture to say that
the method suggested by the
School of Hiliel was given pref-
erence by the rabbi.- because ol
its inherent symbolic meaning
That meaning Is that light should
be increased in the world, and
not diminished Furthermore,
thai light i- spread In the world
is one generation follows an-
other,
What is light? Light In Juda-
ism is nothing more or less than
knowledge Llghl is Torah, and
Torah is light. From 'he Bible
down to our own times, lighl in
the Jewish religion has sjrmboliz-
, i Torah knowledge, inspira-
i on, righteousness, The He-
brews were to be a light unto
Ihe nations, spreading God's di-
vine word In the Dead Sea
Scrolls, the righeous are called
. ins oi light." and the wicked
are termed "sons of darkness."
In our synagogues today, over
the Hob Ark. is found the Ner
T.nnid the everlasting light sym-
bolizing (oid's eternal presence.
Thus, iiy increasing the light
in the Chanuka .Menorah each
night, we are making an affirma-
tive declaration about the world
in which we live. We are saying
to ourselves, to our families
with whom we light candles.
and to the people- ol the world
who witness our annual holiday.
that light is increasing in the
world, that knowledge of the
Lord -hould and is reaching out
to illuminate more and more ol
the dark corners ot our civiliza-
tion,
Optimistic View
We are saying that little bj
ittle. our lives arc becoming
easier and belter, more mean-
ingful and interesting. We are
affirming thai we have faith in
man. and in Ins ability to im-
prove himself. We are express-
ing the view that the world is
so constructed a- to enable man
to shed more and more light on
Ins environment, both psysical
and spiritual, enabling his pro-
geny to inherit a belter place
than the one in which he was
born. We are adopting an opti-
mistic view of the nature of man
and the world. In short we are
affirming that the world is a
good place in which to live.
To be sure, man's path to-
wards creating the kingdom ot
Cod on earth, towards ushering
in the Messianic Age ot univeci
sal peace, i- not a Straight one
by any means, There are Often
temporary lapse-, sometimes so
enormous that we seriously ques-
tion the direction in which we
are moving, Smb. lor example,
wa- the most gigantic catas-
trophe in human history, perpe-
trated upon our own people
twcnt> years ago Often when
we think of the Nazi llolocau-t
wo wonder ii light i- not on the
decrease instead of the increase.
But viewed in the sober light of
the millenia-old history of man-
kind, our over-all notion is a
positive one.
One More Good Deed
li we truly feel that at the
core oi ihe world there is a moral
law. and that the universe is
not merely a scientific acci-
dent, then we will have conti-
nence that our efforts towards
creating the just society are
never in vain.
And so. as we light one more
candle each night, let it he ac-
ci mpanied by one more good
(\cc<\. and by doing so, contri-
bute our part towards ushering
in the Messianic Age. Let this
year's kindling of the Chanuka
Menorah symbolize our positive
affirmation that the world is
good, ;:". that we are going to
lea' e it in a better state than
that in which we found '.


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By DR. DAVID WEISS
OF ilia! galaxy ol brilliant
young savants who formed.,,
the famous first faculty of
"Schechter's Seminary" no star
.),. ne n. re bright!} than thai
in Louis Ginzberg. No scholar
of our daj ha possessed the ex-
traordinarj intellectual power,
the vast range ol scholarship
phenomenal memory that
was Ihe inheritance of this lin-
eal descendant ol the Vilna Gaon.
So modern scholar made so great
a contribution during his life-
time, or left so enduring a legacy
io Jewish learning.
For fifty years, until his death
in 1953, Ginsberg reigned indis-
putably as the foremost Jewish
scholar in America. There is
hardly a scientific study on a
Jewish subject published during
this period that did not draw
from his well of wisdom. Bis
knowledge was encyclopaedic-
there was no field of Jewish
learning that he did not master.
He was an authority on Judaica
in all its aspects, excelling equal-
ly in Halachah and Aggadah and
producing major definitive works
on both Jewish Law and Lore.
Solomon Schechter. who was
endowed with almost prophetic
vision, recognized in the young
Lithuanian a trail-blazing Intel-
lectual force, one that would
provide dramatic impetus to the
development of a dynamic tradi
tion of Jewish scholarship on
these shores. And he foresaw
that Ginzberg would fulfill a
major role in his dreams for the
Seminary. Schechter's extraor-
dinary foresight was borne out
by history.
Ancient Tradition
Fittingly, the man who helped
to establish here the spirit of
Jewish scholarship, vital link in
the tradition that spanned cen-
turies and continents, was him-
self the heir of an ancient Rab-
binic tradition. Louis Ginzberg
was the descendant of a long
line of scholars and saints, the
most famous of whom was the
pride of Lithuanian Jewry, Eli-
jah. Gaon of Vilna. And it was
the influence of that intellectual
collosuis, his great uncle, that
dominated Ginzberg's life, that
from infancy governed his aims,
his ideals, his actions. Stories
of the Gaon's prodigious achieve-
PN

PROF. LOUIS GINSBERG
ments served to spur the child's
own natural fervor for knowl-
edge. Learning that at three
years ol age Elijah was already
steeped in the study ol the Torah.
the infanl Louis Ginzberg like-
wise foresook his playthings for
lessons
Even as a young child his in-
tellectual prowess and remark
able memoiy had become fa-
mOOB. Before he attained Bar
.Mitzvah he had established his
reputation as a scholar and was
engaging In learned discussions
with the outstanding Talmudists
Ol the day. including the great
Isaac Elhanan Spektor, rabbi of
Kovno. At the ye-hivot of Slo-
bodka and Telshe, where Lith-
uanian scholarship flourished at
Hs highest peak, Ginzberg re-
ceived his early education. At
the age of twenty-two he left for
Germany and lor the next three
years continued to study vora-
ciously at the Universities of
Rerlin. Strashurg, and Ileidel
berg.
It was clear to Ginzberg that
the next great center of Jewish
learning would be founded in
the New World and he recogniz-
ed that it was here that his life-
work would lie. Ginzberg arriv-
ed in the I'nited States in 1898.
It wa at this time that plans
were being developed for the
Jewish Encyclopaediadestined
to be the tirst major contribution
of the American community to
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cIom- behind each other i
multi-volume "rk> that >
lished new standards, wi
daries fur Jewish scbolM
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1964
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Can'*wed fr*fn Page 2-6
saoa. eaes oae a hnttMBl and
rrjiaal expooboa.
The profoad:t> th.
fauhed his thoughts ihij
fieU of Jeish kaoiea>e a>
ad* the snore mmrti^ by
:i* nirlj :--c>;. ;"--
r-"--.-- --f purree: ^ir>:u_ru
of eTery detail ;tiir. each
scholar av"rje*ed >>ca ,"iw >li
a-ace V;-:- H.-.^~a ui
EMacfcah i; dad Ganfeag. or
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of th-s eociooa*dic sevea-rot-
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come"" "riandlh a r far all study
on the Haggadah
Assiduous Car*
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rear*"'; afJactiag MM B .-
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Main par* GaofcaTg*! i.-..-.-
seat* ia the fietd of HaUchic
research Hi? *ork oa the Ta.
mad. iu comaeetanes aad
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Friday, November 27, 1964
* -
"knisMtridlirin
Paqe 5E
Cooking
Comer
G.
hi the pleasant memories
childhood is of plaj given by our Sunday School
In the final scene the
i'ii nf the family are play-
ing ->> merrily with their dreidles
lhal Ihey not hear their moth-
er calling- them to supper until
she -ays very loudly. "Hurry,
or the latkes will burn.'' At thi>.
the children drop their toys and
rush gayly off the stage. Per-
h.ip> 'his memory is so precious
se the little ones in the
plaj represent, in their eager-
i< -- for the cakes, all the Chil-
dren of Israel throughout the
world. Almost since the first
Chanuka, fried cakes have been
paten everywhere by our people
as .i reminder of the courage and
tj>dom of the Maccabees.
in some countries the cakes
developed into the latkes or pan-
cakes of cheese, buckwheat, or
potato with which we are fami-
liar In other lands deep-fried
jelly-filled doughnuts, fritters.
and pastries of many kinds have
been considered more like those
originally eaten at the time of
the Maccabees. All these fried
rakes have an added siginili-
cance. Chanuka is also known
as The Feast of Lights, and the
oil used in the cooking is sym-
bolic of the oil in the cruse in
the Temple, which miraculously
lasted for eight days.
In the Chanuka menu for this
jrear we feature a deep-fried frit-
ter or puff from the cuisine of
the Jewish people of Greece, and
e offer it as our dessert. Our
main dish is richly flavored
duck, a Chanuka favorite, for
which we prepare a verj sp< en
stuffing ol kashe and a|
Potat i Kugel, ., beloved a pan
of our Chanuka festivities as
latkes, accompanies the duck.
together nil French style green
beans Since the duck is a fat
low I, to balance it the tart her-
ring appetizer and Onion-orange
Salad are perfect.
Menu for a Chanuka Dinner
Herring in wine sauce
Relish tray of celery and olives
Assorted rolls
Tomato Soup
Crackers
Ducks with kashe-apple stuffing
French style green beans
Potato Kugel
Apple Sauce
Union-orange salad
Chanuka puffs
Ducks with Kashe-Apple
Stuffing
1 cup whole kashe. brown
or white
i egg
1'2 teaspoons salt
1-8 teaspoon pepper
1-4 cup chicken fat
1 large onion, minced
1'2 cups boiling water
3 cups chopped, peeled tart
apples
1 cup finely diced celery
2 ducks, each about 5 pounds
eviscerated weight
Ground ginger to taste
Extra salt and pepper to taste
Blend the kashe (buckwheat
groats), egg. l*i teaspoons salt.
and the 1-8 teaspoon of pepper.
Place in a well-greased 1 quart
casserole and bake uncovered at
350 degs. F. tor 20 minutes.
Meanwhile in a small frying pan
' the chicken fat, add the
and cook and stir until
soft but not brown Add the
the fat in which it cooked.
and the boiling water to the
kashe. stir to blend, then con-
tinue baking, covered for 2ii min-
utes longer, until the kashe is
tender. Cool, and add the ap-
- and celery.
Have the ducks prepared for
stuffing. Remove as much of
the fat as possible without dis-
turbing the skin. Sprinkle in-
side and out with ginger, salt,
and pepper to taste. Fill loose-
' with the kashe mixture am*
fasten the openings with pins
and heavy thread. Place the
ducks, breast up. on the rack
of a shallow pan. and set in an
oven preheated to 335 degs. F.
Roast approximately 40 minutes.
From tune to time pour off any
iat which accumulates in the
pan. This amonnt makes 8 aver-
age and 6 generous portions.
Onion-Orange Salad
3 large seedless oranges
1 large sweet onion
2 tablespoons sugar
14 teaspoon celery seed
1-4 teaspoon salt
a teaspoon dry mustard
2 tablespoons white vinegar
j cup salad oil
6 lettuce leaves
Peel the oranges, remove the
white membrane, and slice the
fruit 1-4 inch thick. Carefully
break each slice into sections.
Peel the onion, either red Ital-
ian, or Spanish or Bermuda.
Slice as thin as possible, then
cut each slice into 8 pieces.
Toss the onion and orange
pieces lightly together. In a
-eparate small bowl combine the
sugar, celery seed, salt, and nuis-
Confinued on Page 13-E
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*Jewish ncrkiiain
Stevenson Accepts the AJCcngress Awar
By Special Report
\K\\ YOIiK 'The battle for
justice has not been vonnot la#
the Jews in the Soviet Union and
not for th.> Negroea in the United
States."
With these words, Adlal E. Stev-
enson last week accepted the
Stephen S. Wise Award of
American Jewish Congress
advancing human freedom."
In ;i wide-ranging address,
I'.S. Representative t<> the Unit-
ed Nations declared:
. "Justice is indivisible, as Steph-
en Wise said and as the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress reaffirms.
It is a one-world fioht. And we
are all in it."
Ambassador Stevenson spoke at
a dinner in the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel at which he accepted the
Stephen S. Wise Award from I>r.
Joachim Prinz. 0) Newark. N J
president ol the Congress
The American Jewish Congress
award "for strengthening Jc\ush
life" was presented at the din-
ner to Joseph, Michael and Sam
uel Daroff oi Philadelphia, broth-
ers, philanthropists and leaders m
tin' nun's clothing industry.
Shad Polwr. chairman of the
American Jewish Governing Coun-
cil, presided at the dinner, which
was attended bj 800 parsons
Stevenson hailed the late Rab-
bi Stephen S Wise, a founder and
longtime president oi the Con-
gress, alter whom the award is
named, as a fishier tor Justice
and a leader ol the .-tru^le for the
establishment of Israel.
"My support for the restora-
tion to the Jews of their home-
land was all the more pro-
found," Stevenson said, be-
cause of the work of Dr. Wise
and the late Herbert H. Lehman,
Official Miami Beach birthday license plal is c,i
the mayor's limousine by Sqt. Billy Meyc:- ;-_.
J. Richard, Murray Sonnett, president of tl
timist Club, and Councilman Malvin Enqic id( i look
North Shoie Optimist Club are sponsoi- project -
half ol the city's 50th anniversary winch berir.s nex: ';-.
who won the Stephen S. Wise
Award in 19S4.
"My paiticipation in the Di
tiations tor the partition of Pales-
tine uus ah the more dedicated
because of them." he declared.
"And when, as a delegate to the
mi; General Assembly, 1 saw I- scribed the ork of (
rael born, my satisfaction as all a- "laborii
the more heartfelt because I could freedom
share the triumph with these two tK.y| S},-.
men." wisdom fortitude :S*
The IN Ambassador said it was which lib
ral fyii f
tin Ami:
which he pxem
those qua
factual i se, of uiaa
and toleranci hick .; ta
tence of fn litic* H*
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Liday, November 27, 1964
vJewisti ThrSdiSaiti
Paqe 7-E
lew Tel Aviv University Campus Opens
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,,f Tel Avh University was
ierc last week in cere-
attended by I're-ident
Mayor Mordochai Namii
officials. The
i-uil;liii-> on the new
hit h is : i'Ii of the citj
will be ( tmpleted tnia
I an additional 15 build-
., [iiiished within three
the facilities planned (01
campus are J water re
iartment, a [acuity lor
- and finance, and courses
dUCtioh, management, mar-
. dvcrtising, packaging and
her fields connected with
- The new campus also
rovide evening sessions foi
lg people
Dr. George Wise, president of
Aviv University, in discus-
rw *ie future of the institution,
lid- "If Israel wants to main-
i- western standard of its
lien c manpower factor, it
J have additional higher
n institutions." He add-
.. Tel Aviv, with a popu-
Ition of nearly 800,000, "should
.i. such an institution of its
m- '0 handle middle and lower
rate families to give their chil-
ren a higher education. Tel
'iv University will answer both
kallenges."
Mrs. George Baum, attached to the faculty of the University
of Miami in the Humanities Department, and chairman of the
Education Committee of Temple Judea, is honored at worship
services "in recognition of her outs'anding service to Temple
Judea during the past year in the reorganization of the Reliq-
ious School departments." She is shown receiving an award
from Herbert Gelernter, immediate past president, as Rabbi
Morris A. Kipper looks on.
H't
lOted that, while the United
i as two-and-a-half percent
population attending higher
innal institutions, and Brit-
as more than one percent,
has less than one percent
ch schools. He noted that
were 180.000 Arab students
trending such institutions in
, Lebanon. Syria and Iraq.
Wise, who is leaving for the
United States next week on a
fund-raising campaign, hailed
American universities lor their aid
to Tel Aviv University, both in pro-
viding academic staff and in giv-
ing advice.
He mentioned Ihe University of
California in Los Angeles, the
California Institute of Technology.
Chicago University, Harvard and
Columbia Universities, and the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology.
Kennedy Service
Held at Zamora
Memorial services for the late
President John F. Kennedy was
held Sunday, 7:30 p.m.. at Temple
Zamora.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora. will
, leader of Temple Zamora. con-
ducted the services, assisted by-
Guest speaker was Daclc Coun-
ty Mayor Chuck Hall.
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Friday NovarrJser 27, 1964
fJenist fhrSdiar
Chief Justice Warren and Mrs. Meir
Will Address UJA's 27th National Confab
By Special Report
Chiel .lustic- of the I'nitwl
Suite- Earl Warren and Israel
foreign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir
v ill head the list ot distinguished
'American and Israeli leaders who
nill address the L'nited Jewish Ap-
peal's -"In annual national con-
fcrenct -it the New York Hilton
Hotel on Friday through Sunday.
Pet I 10 13. it was announced
Hu- week by Joseph Meyerhoff,
of Ball more, general chairman
of the L'JA.
I e turing the conference will
t ecial programs honoring the
50th nniversary of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, major over-
mm- relief and rehabilitation or-
ganization founded by the Anier
k.iii Jewish community in 1914.
which has been a constituent
agency of the IMA since the Ap-
peal's inception in 1939.
Joining Chief Justice Warren,
Foreign Minister Meir and Mey-
erhof* on the roster of speakers
will be Edward M. M Warburg,
o* New York, JOC chairman and
UJA honorary chairman; Max M.
Open Forum Held
At Ner Tamid
ftabt.i Eugene Labovitz was
moderator of ,the open forum
-vinposium at Temple Ner Timid
on Wednesday-1>* 9 p.m.
Subject was "Assimilation
What is Our Predicament Today?"
Participants included Rabbis Her-
sliel Brooks. Dan.el Lowy and Har-
old Richter.
The monthly symposiums are
-ponsored. jointly by Ner Tamid
Institute of Adult Education ami
Freedom Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Fisher, of Detroit, UJA associate
general chair.nan, Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartx, JDC director-g-.n-
eral from 1940 to 1951, who is
serving as chairman of the
JDC'j 50th Anniversary Commit-
tee; Louis A. Pincus, treasurer
of the Jewish Agency for Is-
rael; Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
man, UJA executive vice chair-
man; Moses A. Leavitt, JDC
executive vice chairman; and
Charles H. Jordan, director-
general of JDC Overseas Opera-
tions.
L'JA officers who will take lead-
ing roles in the work "I the eon
ference include William Rosen
"aid ot New York, and Dewey
D. Stone, of Boston, honorary
chairmen; Rabbi Isadore Breslau,
of Washington, D.C.; Melvin Du-
binsky, St. Louis; l,rael D. Fink.
Minneapolis; Edward Ginsberg,
Cleveland; Jack D. Weiler. New
York; and Philip Zinman. Cam-
den. N.J. AJ1 are,national chair-
men.
Also Joseph II. Kanter, of Cin-
cinnati, chairman of the Youny
Leadership Cabinet, and Mrs.
Jack Karp, of Los Angeles, chair-
man of the National Women's Di-
vision.
A record number of representa-
tives from communities through-
out the nation are expected to at-
tend the three-day sessions. They
will bring to a close the UJA's
t'ifit campaign, set the objectives
and national campaign goal for
1965 and elect officers for the com-
ing year.
From preliminary indications of
refugee, relief and resettlement
aid requirements during the next
year, the 1965 UJA goal predict-
ably will exceed the $105,000,000
total sought in 1964 to assist 751.-
000 Jews in need the world over.
Page 9-E
r0R/G.J MINISTER MIR
CHICf WSTfCI MfAtMN
Proceeds Will
Aid Hospital
Funds raised at the night club
a Hair sponsored by the Jewish
War Veterans Post and Auxiliary
1330 of Miami Beach on Saturday
, at the Casablanca Hotel are ear-
, marked for the Veterans Hospital.
Chairing the affair was Mrs.
j Evelyn Decky.
On Thursday, the Auxiliary held
Memorial Day services for the late
President John F. Kennedy and
past sisters at the American Le-
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Friday, November 27, 1964
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Paqe 11-E
Men Plan Play
At Beth David
The laughs come almost every
oi her minute in "Who Needs Mon-
inal musical comedy
to be presented by Beth David
Mi n's Club on Dec. 5 to 7 al Spec-
tor Hall, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Directed by Bob Brenner, the
> in final weeks of rehi
l.ciorc its opening nighl peri.inn
ance, Sunday. Dec. 5.
Plaj Committee Chairman Max
Jacobson *aid "opening nighl will
!" a 'first' amon Greater Miami
temples in thai the show will be
led b; a dinner at the Hall."
Heading the cast ol more than
40, man} ol whom who have ap
reared in top amateur plays
throughout the area, are Ronnie
Wolk, Joe Xevel, Evelyn Saluk,
Cancer Unit in Review
"Wind from the Carolina-."
Robert Wilson, u ;i s revii
ed by Mrs. Frank Kcrdyk at i
Beacon Cancer l"nit luncheon
Thursday noon at the Hurrica
Harbor North Restaurant. .\l
Toba Black was in charge
lickets.
B'nai lion Meeting
Next re [ular met I
Greater Miami Dh isi n
Zion, was held Saturd
lit the Washington Federal, l.
Washing! n Ave
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Albert Jacobson was recently installed by
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of
Temple Judea. as president ol the Men's Club,
as were '.he Board of Trustees of the Men's
Club. Left to right are (top) Albert Kronowitz,
Melvin Harrison, Harold (offer, Leonard Ka-
Ruben [dels, Lucille Alterman ;
Herman Fisher.
Tickets aie available at !'
David Sj naa igue office,
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall proclaims Jewish Wcr Veterans Day
celebrated in Dade County on Nov. 9. Mayor Hall presented
he proclamation to the Metro Commission on Nov. 3 "in rec-
ognition of the outstanding eighteen posts and auxiliaries here
for their outstanding job in providing service to hospitalized
veterans. Left to riaht are Ainslee R. Ferdie, Department
Commander of Florida; Mayor Hall; Mrs. Max Kern, national
guard of JWV; and Ralph Rosofsky, commander of Pol*. 174.
Jewish War Veterans Day was also proclaimed Nov. 9 by
Mayor Joe Murphy, of the City of Coral Gables.
lish, Charles Rosenberg. Bottom are Maurice
Waldorf, Leo Kotz, Prf ,-ident Albert Jacobson,
William Ribbler and Charles Adler. Not shown
are Dr. Elias Kogan, Irving Su:-smrn and Mort
Zimmerman.
JVS Sponsors
Employers Lurzh
Mrs. Charles P, Felnoerg, pre*
ol J w i-ii V'ocationtl Ser-
-. i announces the first in a
series of Employers Industrial
Luncheons sponsored by JVS board
members was held at the standard
Club on Oit. 29.
Purpose ei the luncheon was to
invite -elect Miami industrialists
tu become aquainted with the ser-
vices ol the Jewish vocational'
Work-hop .it :>L':>2 NE 2nd Ave.
The workshop offers both re-
liable employees and sub-contract
opportunities.
Jerome <' Greene, chairman ol
the program, along with Charles
Hertzoff, Dr. Carl Baumann, and
Stuart Kochchild. of the Board of
Directors, sponsored the lunch-'
eon. Attending industrialists
were Arthur Ben, Charron-Williams
Commercial College; Irving Kane.
York Furniture; I. Wollowick,
Beverage Canners; and Charles
Schussler, s*i<> Water Co.
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"The Price of Silence," a new
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starring Edward G. Robinson
and featuring many prominent
personalities, was previewed.
Danny Thomas was master of
ceremonies at "A Night with the
Stars" during the Saturday night
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Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, of Wil-
shire Boulevard Temple, Los
Angeles, on his 50th anniver-
sary in the rabbinate.
J. Jacques Stone, of New York,
NFTB president, presided over
the four-day session. The NFTB
comprises 450 men's clubs with
r,:>.000 members in Reform Tem-
ples affiliated with the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
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[Friday. November 27, 1964
Councilman Galbut Named Chairman
Of Fourth Annual Mesivta Dinner Here
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Beach City Councilman
iJ has been named chair-
t- fourth annual Mesivta
tool "Scholarship dinne"r
. for Dec. 13 at the Fon-
Hotel.
the fifth year of opera-
The only Hebrew-English
ligh school south of Bal-
;i the current enrollment
lo 40 students.
Gale-, who hat two son* at-
tending -he Mesivta and two oth-
ers af Hebrow Academy, will
appoi-- a working committee
later "\ weok.
He Beach attorney and has
h,.,n active in Mesivta affairs
j. pening of the school five
years ago. His son- attending
the .Mesivta are Robert and David.
Abraham and Russell, are students
al the Hebrew Academy. Galbut
is a University of Miami graduate
and received his law degree irom
Tulane University.
Galbut is a World War II vet-
eran and holds the rank of lieuten-
ant commander in the Navy Re-
serve. He is a commanding of-
ficer of a South Florida Navy Re-
serve division.
Galbut. who was named dinner
chairman by Mesivta Principal
Rabbi Morris Horo\itz. said he ex-
pected more than MO persons to
attend the lunction this year.
"We distinguish the Mesivta
Your Chanuka Menu to Please
The Family Through the Festival
C-- noed from Page 5-E
Blend in the vinegar
l the oil. beating con-
.til all is added and the
is thick. Mix ju.-t
: the dressing with the
nge mixture to moisten
Chill thoroughly. Place
el leaves on salad plates
nd the mixture neatlj
. Pass the remaining
separately. This amount
Chanuka Puffs
i ( p water
2 tablespoons parve kosher
ir^rgarine
Finely grated rind of a lemon
1 cup sifted all-purpose Hour
a tec-poon salt
i ej.;-
Oil for deep-fat frying
3-4 cup honey
\ tt> 'spoons lemon juice
Mi teaspoon ground cinnamon
Place the water, margarine,
and lemon rind in a one-quart
saucepan, and bring to a boil.
Simmer for one minute and re-
move from the heat. Add the
Hour and salt all at once and
-in hard until blended. Return
to low heat, and stir constantly
lor a : minutes, until the mix-
ire forms a large ball, then stir
for 2 : inutes longer. Remove
from the heat and cool to luke-
warm. Add the eggs, one at a
tune, and beat liar: alter each
addition until the mixture is thor-
oughly blended and iree from
lumps. An electric beater may
be used. Put enough oil in a
deep fat fryer to [fll it half full.
Heat to 340-375 degs. F. (a small
cube ol bread will turn light
brown in 50-60 seconds.) Dip a
teaspoon into the oil, then take-
up a heaping teaspoonful of the
batter. Drop it uit.> the fat.
Repeat, bul do not crowd the pan
as the dough putts' up a great
deal. Fry until a rich brown,
turning over as necessary to
brown evenly. Remove and drain
on paper towels. Blend the hon-
ey with the lemon juice. To
.serve, pour the lemon-honey mix-
ture over the puffs and sprinkle
evenly with the cinnamon. The
puffs should be served hot. They
can be made ahead of time and
reheated in a slow oven after be-
ing placed in a pan on paper
towels. Serve as soon as they
are heated, which will be in
about 10 minutes. This amount
makes 22 puffs.
Note: For maximum puffing
the batter should be fried as soon
as the oil is hot. and betore the
batter is completely cold. If
you like, you may start the oil
"heating while the flour-margar-
ine, and water mixture is cooling
to lukewarm, before- the eggs are
added.
i annual scholarship dinner be-
cause of its meaning," he said.
"It is the only school of its
kind in the South offering such
a solid religious and English
, education and most of the stu-
dent body attends on scholar-
ships.
"Wheti the Mesivta started five
years ago, it went to loin grade,
advanced to 11th grade the next
year, and then had an award-
winning graduating class in the
third year. Last year's graduat-
ing class also drew national
prominence."
Graduates are Robert Bellmaker,
Harvard; Larry Ciment. Howard
Lauer, Kelvin Lerner, Bernard
Lipman, Bernard Shapiro and Sid-
ney Strajcher, Yeshiva; Shlomo
Caplan, Ivan Bsterman, Ira Mar-
cus and George Sternstcin. Ner
Israel Talnuidic College Of Brook-
lyn; Yehuda Azulay. Miles Kuttler,
and Edward Zemel. University of
Miami; David Luchins. Joel Korn-
reich and Stuart Werner. New
York University; and Steven
Rantz. MiamiDade Junior College.
The Mesivta has had six Na-
tional Merit semi-finalists grad-
uate from the school in two
classes and a seventh in this
year's senior class. Past u inners
arc Bellmaker, Ciment (a 4.0 stu-
dent at Yeshiva i. Kornreich, Luch-
ins and Werner.
Semi-finalist this year is Wil-
liam Led. Robert Galbut and
Irving Jacoby have received cer-
tificates of merit under the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship system.
Hialeah Fine Arts Show
df a S100 check to
in* Arts Committee
Presentation
[he Hialeah Fi
irt Scholarship Fund by Citizens
1 Savings of Hialeah Fri-
ti wil kick off the fourth an
|i s ;,|k Art Show and Sale
i the savings and loan associa-
tion's ; .n office, 400 Hialeah

Som< South Florida artists
s'e expected to display their works
[ the throe-day show, lamest
>' mber in the event's history.
Added feature at this year's
snow for opening day will be a
kl.minuT--.e hand-carved Italian
wood sculpture The i: inch-high
work with glass insets is covered
with gesso, a clay-like substance,
and dales to the I7t* try-
is loaned to the it' : year bj
Mrs, S. F. Danels.
Seen at the Miami Airport on iheir way to attend an interna-
tional medical seminar in Mon.tego Bay, Jamaica, are (left
to right) Saul Silberman, S. K. Bronstein, administrator of Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital, Harry L. Lewis, president of Ce-
dars, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. S'lberman. The two-day confer-
ence was sponsored by Cedars of Lebanon end 'he Western
Medical Association of Jamaica, with ten Cedars doctors as
faculty.
Rosichan Speaks
At Peretz School
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the I. L.
Peretz School, 1545 SW 3rd St.. on
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Rosichan will discuss "Jewish
Problems in Europe, Asia. Israel,
South America and the United
States."
Insurance Exec
Ranks First
Fred S'one, CLC ol Miami,
ranked first in the Southern Re-
gion oi the field organization of
the Home Life Insurance Com
pany, NY. for his individual and
group life insurance sales in Octo-
ber. He is a member of the com-
pany's Miami agency managed by
William Rafkind, CLU.
Stone, who joined Home Life
in I960 as a field underwriter,
has qualified for the 1%:; and 11)64
Million Dollar Round Table, and
is a member of the 1964 Pres-
ident's Council, Home Life's top
honor group. In addition, he has
twice received the industry-wide
National Quality Award.
Stone is active in the Knights
of Pythias and B'nai B'rith.
Tiiereth Jacob Party
Sisterhood Ol Temple Tiiereth
Jacob is sponsoring the annual
latke party i n Sunday at 6:30 p.m ,
followed by a comedy, presented
by the USY group.
Farband Branch
Schedules Film
Farband. Ben Curion Branch
meeting on Tuesday evening at
the Farband Cultural Center, 842
Washington Ave.. was conducted
by newly-elected president. Man-
uel Burstein.
Business agenda included ad-
ministrative plans and a showing
of the latest Histadrut film.
Evening concluded with a social
i hour and refreshments.
Chai Chapter Affair
. Mrs. Flora H Slnick is chairing
the night club affair sponsored by
Chai Chapter. B'nai B'rith, at the
Monte Carlo Hotel 00 Saturday, 9
,..m. All funds wiU !>e channeled
to B'nai B'rith philanthropies,
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LEGAL N0TIC6
C3UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN 'NO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOH'O* -OBATE
No. 64905-B
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N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
\-i AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64766-B
i:k Estate of
\TIIKIUNH El.l.ERY,
Hi-.', .i.-. .I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\il Creditors ami All Persons
: rial mil or Demands Again?!
tat- :
.ii,. hereby notified and re-
i to pi -nt any claims Bnd
1 which you ma\ have against
-:.,c. of CATHERINE ELLEKY,
... ..i-.,i lute nf Pad.- County, Flor-
the County Judges of Dade
l> and file the name in duidl-
ml ;ik provided In Section 731.16,
. StattiteR, In theli offices In
!. County Courthouse in Dado Coun-
v. Florida, within -i\ calendar
- from Hi.- llini of the first
. ..11..11 I-., reof, ..I the name will
. harred.
Ii.'.il at Miami. Florida, this :'Sih
October, A.D. 1984
MARIAN Ri'EIIL
A- Executrix
CRT WELLISCH
v :<. v for Estate of
\TMKKINB ELLERY
T Mmi-rla Avenue
Uables, Florida i"im
II 6, IS. 20. 27
\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 11267
'.I.AR SAVINGS BANK OF THE
iV i iF NEW YORK
Plaintiff,
vKXSRTH w. BUTTON, et "x. et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
i Kenneth W. Button and -lane M.
Sutton, his wife, residence
I'nknoun, and If remarried,
their unknown Hpouaea, if living
and if d,nd, the unknown heir*,
devisees, legatees, Rrantce.s, as-
signees, llenors. creditors, ""'"-
ui-s or other clalmanta cmiin-
iiic by, through, under or against
.my of th. above named defend-
ants who are deceased.
'iu are hereby notified iliat the
vn eaptioned action has been ln-
nir.-d ugninst you in the Circuit
.irt of the Eleventh Judicial Ir-
ull of Florida in and for Dade Coon-
, in foreclose a nioilKafcc ii|Min tlie
llowlnf djefiTlbed real or;Hie''v
Isit IS Block SO CORAL. WAY
MI.UAf.K SKCTION A. I'art
.....rdlng to the I'h't
.,-..rded in 1'lal I.....k
; ..f the Public Records
County, Florida.
You are required to file
"\. jdeading to plaintiffs
ll Ihe Clerk or the aim. said ( imrt.
I nerve ii eopv thereof upon plain-
ittorney MARTIN FINE. Da- -
leral Bntldlng, Miami, Florida
ll, not later than l>ecember T.
I, nr ii Decree l*ro Confesso will
iti red against j ou
i' \TED: i'. '"i" r SO, IMM.
b. n leatherman
i l. rk ..f -lb- Circuit Court
By: COB. cnPELAND
in pin v Clerk
HT1N FINS
i .1. I TillII Ung
n !. Florida I
ii .:.
BY KENRY LEONARD
5COTla
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12071
a minor
M
nf lioiiald Alston Farr,
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ADOPTION
"And then that bonnie lad, Judah McCabee
came and freed the Jews from ."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business undi-i th' fictitious name ..f
EMMY'S AMERICAN liOHEMlAN
RKKTAI'RANT at 12*10 N R Sth Ave.,
North Miami, Kla Intend* to register
saitl name Ith tin 'lei l> ..i the i 'Ii -
in Court "' I'.'i.i.- ''oiintVi Florida.
II & .< REST M R VNTS INC.
A Florida Cor]
rtj l-'.oi" Hofrelter,
m:ii, CHON1N
Ait.mi. for ll & .-" !: -lamaiii- Inc.
11 20-27, I-' l-ll
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To:
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9756
ROI1ERT WILLIAM MAIXlNEY,
Plaintiff,
vs
ICLIZABETH
l'i'
Yi
thereof,
a> I'.....
,.f Dade
a respon-
omptaint
'
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0Dt
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12011
\ STt'li.MA.N.
Plaintiff,
vs.
I V BECKETT STl'RMAN,
Defendant. _
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
ItECKY BECKETT STI KMAN
. o Mrs. Rose Chennan
84M No. Rockwell Street
hicaco. Illinois. .,,.,,-,,
YOU ARK HEREBY XOTIHhD
'a I a Complaint for Divorce has
l-.n filed against >OU, and V"U are
lulred to serve a copy of youl
i wit or Pleading to Hi. ''""'';'""'.!
" Plaintiffs attorneys, smith *;
V ANIH.Klt. 407 l.iniolii Road, Miami
I-each, Florida, and rile th.....''V"V
sama in the office "f 'h.- < let*
the Circuit t'onrt on or before
the Tih dav ..f December, 19G4.lt
Soil fall to do so, judgment liy <''-
i.'idt will be taken against you ror
' .- relief demanded in the complaint.
I'ONW AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of October.
i ..,?.
K. B. I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: k 'V"AN
Deputy Otfk ^ .,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C-10341 (Spiet)
.1. R 'II.kasoN. JR., as Administra-
tor of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcer of
the United States of America, and
his sue.....set's .ii such office, and Ins
or their assigns,
Plaintiff,
VS.
.M HIS' I'AVin BISHOP, et in,
Defendants.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
JOHN DAVID BISHOP and JAN-
ET 11. BISHOP, his wife, if !i\-
Iiib. Including any unknown
spouses of said Defendants
tbffi have remarried, and if dead,
ihiir unknown heirs, devisees,
irrantees, assignees, creditors,
llenors, trustees, and all other
persons claiming by, through, un-
der or against these I'. fi ndaiiis
whose residences are unknown:
Yni' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
by l s. nl.KASiiN. .lit., as Admin-
istrator .if Veterans iffairs, an Offi-
cer of the I'nlted States of America,
and hi- successors In such office, and
his or Hi. Ir assigns, to foreclose a
mortgage encumbering ibo i>llov\ iiig
described property, lo-wlt:
|.,,i is .n Block 24, of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO CAR*ik CITY HARDENS,
, urriing to the plal thei.....f, as re-
,.,i,l,il ,ii plai Book *, at I'.i-. 41,
of the public rei'ords of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida;
Hid von in '" file | "r an-
hwi i with tin clerk nf Hi. Circuit
,-,,ii|.. ,,| i....... ml). Florida, al the
house III M ami, Flol Ida, on '
, i...,. iiecembi I IS and I
i .-..n\ ... such I.! s' I i|"'H I'lainl.M -
I.AVII. I CATSMA N.
!,-, add------ ll" ' rtagler
Street, Uu In, '"' ''
...id date, as
,,( Flondu. n > fa" l......
rnniplaiiii will niKi "" -
1,, roll md a l"e.rie I'-., lo
v || he enti red '"" >'"" '"; '
ii. nmnded i the ......iplalnl
|i VTED in Ml ...ii-
n i;bar v ann
M M.oNEY,
Defi ml.uu.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BARIIARX -i.N.N ELIZABETH
MAI.f'XKY
9 i 'amdi n Am nue
l roviileuce, Rhode Island
1'. BARBARA ANN ELIZABETH
MALONEY, are hereby .....in. .1
an Amended Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required 'o serve a copy of your
answer or pleading t<> the Amended
impialm for Divert.....n the Plaint-
iifs Attorney, ai.an S, ROSEN-
i HAL, nil AlnNleJ Building, Miami,
Florida, and lie the original answer
or pleading in the orri......f the Clerk
.f iii. circuit Court, on, or before the
14th day of December, 1M*.
ii you tail in do so. judgment by
default will be taken against yon for
ill,- relief demanded In the Amended
Complaint for Divorce.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this '.'Ui day of November,
1901.
E. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
nail.- County, Florida
(seal) By: '. U. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
ll LS-S0-27. 12/4
Rn>
PLT.TION FOR
w ::. FARIl
unknown
i. VV II FARR, .
a I'- tltlon foi Ad
ill:. rou are rei
op> of \ our An.- V
IVtltlnn foi' \.i..|.ii..n
fo i i .: Fai r on the I'laln-
' II s al !'.\\ LEY I:. 11' 'I l-
M \.\. i. \ W 82 Street,
FI i.. tiXl and file tin u i
I'll ailing In
'. of I hi Clerk of tin 'i iii Court
n or I- fole Ihe Tih da; ol I.......-
In r, I9U4. ll >ou fall i" do so, Judg-
n by defnuli will lie taken in
j i.u for the i. Ii. f il. inundi d u the
UI I of 'nmplnlnt.
i notice shall be published ice
.....h \\e. k for four eotisei utivi
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I H iNE VND iRDERED al Miami.
Florida, this I ith da i ol I ictober,
A.D. IflRL
LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
I'aii.. ('i.iiiiiv. Florida
lilt Seal)
C. P, COPEIJVND,
Heputy Clerk
STANLEY E. '' KIDMAN
J68S N.W. 82 Street
Miami, Florida
i iNford l -"^"
Al toi n.-y for Ptnini Iff
ll :. 13, :'".
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*"Jewist fhrkttaun
ollcils your legal notices*.
W appreciate you?
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
B. I'..
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i I 11. -IIIT I '
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27
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Cam-
med
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12003
HORACE MARBLEY,
Plaintiff.
IRADELL MARBLEY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRADELL MARBLEY
iv.i', Hooper Street
I'liiladcii'iiia. Pennsylvania
You, IRADELL MARBLEY
hereby not It led that a Hill of
plaint for Divorce lias i.....n
against you, and you are required
in serve a cop> of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Comptalnl on
tin Plaintiffs nttorney, BHEVIN,
fiOODMAN \- IH H.l'/.MAN. -l'i Sey-
h.ild Building, Miami :'.:!, Florida, and
file Ihe original Answer or Plead-
il'iit'lng i the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court i.n or before the iih
day of December, 194. if you fail
to do so, Judgment by default will
lie taken against you for the reliei
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published mice,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.i .1:11 >l AN
BONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Flnrlda, Ibis S9th day of October,
A.D. !**. ,
E B. LEATHERMAN, < lerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Circuit i'nui-1 Seal) _____
By: C. i- ALEXANDER,
Deputy Clerk
PHEVIN, QOODMAN A IMI.TZMAN
S46 Se\l.nhl Building
Miami 12, Florida
AI.VIN itOOPMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 i. 1... -o, -I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL R '
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64779
IN RE: Estate of
ROSE A. HONIOBACM
I..,-, used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I "redltoi and Ml Personi
Ins i 'liiiins ..I l.....aii'i- Agalni I -'.
Estate:
You are hereby notified and
quired to present any claims and .i
mauds which you may have an
the estate ..i ROSE A. HONIOBA1
deceased lati of Dade County, Florid
to ill. I'liunn Judges ui Dade Couni
and file lie game in duplicate and
provided in Section 783.16, FI..... -
Statutes, in Heir offices in the Coll
tv Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
Ida, within sis al. iniai- months fri
the time of the first publication hei
of, Hi. same ill be barred.
Hated al Miami, Florida, this 2 -
day 01 November, A.D. 1904.
MORRIS HONIOBACM
As Administrator of Estate
Rose A. Honlgl.....m, deceasi i
l'n.-i publication "i this notice
lie ilih dav ui Novi nil" r, 1964.
CHEREN \- GOLDEN
Attorney for Morris Honigbaum,
Admlnlsti'ator
mi: i ilympla Building
Miami. Florida 33131 H 6-13-20- .?
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OJVEN th-tt
Uu- undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the flctltloua nal
NATIONWIDE SECURITY 8ERVIC1 -
ai :\"'< Blsoayne Building, Miami. Flo
Ida Intend* to register said name i i
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Da
Counts, Florida,
MARTIN STF.IN
CA1D1N ROTHENBERO
Attorneys for Martin Bteln,
Applicant
,ii., r., ayne liu'ddlius, Miami. Fla.
ll/f-13-20--'
laws
li.
.1
imli
das of Novemli
i; |l LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol i '."an Court
m i'n mi). I' lorlda
Heal) '" COPKLAND
| ... iut) Cll i i.
DAVID P CATSMAN
I l East Flagli Street
H IJ.29-27, i: I
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12765
OEOROE E. NOBLE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEONE NOBLE,
I. fi miaul.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LEo.NE NOBLE
iv i 'odeiington St n t
Hal ii.-. i lliial i'i, 'ana-la
You, LEONE NOBLE, are herebj
notltled that Bill of Complalnl for
i iivon ii i- i" en filed against you,
and you a i n quired hi serve u copy
of > ..hi Answer or Pleading to Ihe Hill
.,! Coliipliuni on ihe I'laintin's attor-
ney, HERBERT ll. WILENSKY, SVi
III in II Idlng, I'J West Flaglel
it la in I ::. i- lorlda and file the
or Pleading in the
nfflci a........rk ..I ine Clrcun
i',mil -ii or before the 21sl day of
I...... lit ll -.....all to do so,
default ivlll i. taken
. >ou for the iv lb i di nmnded
in the ll ......i ilnt,
pins mil -i..ill I" published once
, ucll week "' itl\ wet Ks
in THE JEM iSil FUlRII 'I VN.
HONE \.\.' ORDEIIEI" al Miami,
l'i. i ui:.. in : -th da) ..i Novembi i.
A.D. I'"'i
i; ,; LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
, ail. Ulli I
(neal) Bj : Mai Kin Iti Morford
I lepuly Clei k
HEHBRRT B I RNbKY
317 I'-i- bj ni Building
i Miami --. i>>. .... i'i
Allorne) La I'laiuliii
I! 20-27, IS i-i I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12272
RCT1I I". HICE,
Plaintiff,
PACL H. HICK,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAUL H HICE
I36S4 Asiin Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio
YOl" ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, nnd you are here-
bj required to serve a copy ol y.iin
answer i" the Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER ROG-
ERS "hose address is 999 N.W. 14th
sir, .-I Miami. Florida, and rile the
original of the Answer In the
of Ihe clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit In and I'm- Dade County. Flor-
ida on or I- fore the 16th day of De-
i mher, 1964, In default ol "huh the
Complalnl will be taken as
e.l bv you
i iatei i this '.iii day "i No> m-
l.. r, ii"'.I.
B, B. LEATHERMAN
Clesk of the circuit Court
Bv: K M TTMAN
i" p ity Clerk.......
n i... 20, j.. 12 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
"\N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65001-A
l\ ItE: Estate ol____
JAMBS I. MARKS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All ^., ,
Having Claims or l'.mands AgaUUt
S:Yi,uKr.e'he.el.v ....titled and requli-
lr ...". u'v .Imlms and demanus
Hie
, present any claims and demnnus
which
pstace of
,.i late of
the County
and file the

NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thati-^ u ||||n >lx
the' time of
. provided In
Statutes, in th
Iv Conrllniusi
undersigned, desiring to i-ngai:
In hustness under the ii, Hilous name
f OKHRA TRADINO COMPANY at
" N.W. 3iil Street, Miami. Florida.
'end t.i reaistiT said name with the
'"lerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
HERBERT HI.ATI"
SIDNEY WEIN8TE1N
Side Owners
'I'ti.fr &. BJFRnr>v
Ailorneya for Applicants
AinKley Uuildlng
11/27, 12/4, 11, 18
vou Kla} I""' lisaoisl
i \mi-:s l marks deceas-
Dade County. Fli nida, to
judges "I Bade County,
ime in duiilicat. and
Section 783.16. Florlfla
lr offices in the Coun-
,, i lad.- county, Klor-
, ilendar months fri.in
the first publli-aiion
it ih" same will i>e barred.
D""ed "a. 'm,..-.,. nertdg., tw. i-u.
''-> %i5:i!AmMOR^DMARK4S
As Kxecutrlx
,.-i,s, publics lo
the -T'li 1 N
A JAY CRISTtiL
IS64.
Vttorney
for
i:,. urix
2] Northeasl
Miami. Hoi Ida
si Ave,
11/l'T
I! I, 11, U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No >0SA
IN RE: Estate "I
JOHN I'All'N
lleeeasexl. ___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ini; CISMlS or Ociiiands AfeainM Said
Estate:
^ on arc hereby notified and re-
quired ( preamrt any culms and d.-
niaiuis whlcn yen may have against
Ihe .stale l JOHN I'ATON de-
,-. as. d lat. O* Hade Couiily, FVrida,
in the County Judges of Hade County,
aud file the same in duplicate and as
pruvlaad m Sci lion Vtt.lt, Florida
St.unit s. In tloir offices in the Coun-
t> i .....-Hi.ui-. in Hade County, Fior-
ina, w.iiiiii .-.\ .aleiular iiH.iii...-. ir.'in
llle lillie ,,t ihe LISl pil lllleil I 1. >ll lll'le-
i.i. or the same Hill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, ihi
das of Novi i" r, A.D. 1664.
M.sl-'i nil' S. I-A I'Nil-:
As Bxi cutor
FACNCB, FINK St luual \N
I'.nj Congress llldr.. Miami, Florida
Attorneys for the Executor
11730-27, 12/4-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE :> HERKBY GIVEN I '
the ini.i' slgni'! di slrlna to i ngagi
In business i-n ler the fictitious namj
, v.gjCE COSMETIC SI NDRJI
SHOP ..t mimbi r ill" S. Dixie High-
u:il n (he i'i' t Coral Oables, Flor-
id .' .in. mi- m register the said nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..; I'.ni. County, Florida.
Bated at Miami. Hade i ounty,
Florida, this :''i:!i day of October, I
THE CAMIM'S COSMETIC &
SI'N'l.KY SHOP. IN<'. ..
Hv: Helen.. Alter Itans, Prestdenl
Winifieil Alter. Vlce-Pres., n. as.
Joseph Rai'es. Sec )
HARRY M- ROSEN
AttomeJ t"i A|i|dicnnt
WOLFSON & DIAMOND
417 Lincoln Hrad
Miami Beaoh, '>H.lai]/(. ^ fl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN 'I
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
i.n-i' ess under ihe fictitious nan
RAIMONDO'8 ITALIAN CUISINE
^'"1 N.W, Ttuli Street, Miami, Florli
intends to register said name wi-
th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court ol 1'.
County, Florida.
RAYLAUD, INC.
by: RAYMOND l.ACDISlO
President
AI.AN ]:. GREENFIELD, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
800 Dupom Plasa Center
Miami. Florida
11/6-13-gQ-'.*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12231
MARILYN M. CLARKE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AHTlin: c CLARKE,
I i, fi inlaiil.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[i | \, -1, ., i- Clarke
el..mln.. Ceylon
You, ARTHUR <". CLARKE
hen by notified thai a Bill ol i
,,',,iiii for Divorce has been fill i
OU, and you are req
nerve n ..p- if your Answer or Pleai
Ins to the Bill ol Complaint on ll
plaintiffs Attorney, Pallot, Mark
l.undei n, Poppell .-; Il"i wl
Mfred I. duPonl Building, Miami :
Florida and file the original Answi
ir Ph adlng In the office of the Cle i
of ih- i -iiciii Court on or before ll
rtii day of i ii c mber, 1964, If yi
fail t,. do so, judgment by default
he tnki n againsl j ou for the n III i tl
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
ihis notice shall be published oi
each week for four consecutive woe
n TIIF. JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IliiN'i; WD uRDERED .It Min .
Florida, this 4th day of Novembi .
\ 11. 1964.
I-:. B, LEATHERMAN, Cl-ik.
Circuit Court, Dad.-County, Florid
(real) Hv: K. M. LYMAM
Deputy Clerk
' Pallot. Marks. I.undeen,
Popper) A Horwich
1S04 Alfred 1. dul'ont Building
Miami :I2, Florida
I Attorneys for Plaintiff
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LEGAL FORMS
Miami, Florida
936 S.W. 8th Street
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