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

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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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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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' iGfewish Floridliian
Combining THE JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
~~. Number 49
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 4, 1964
Three Sections Price
N Observers Place Blame on Syria for Clash
C0LIIN4 ABRAM MIEDMAN HOfFMAN APPUMAN SIAWSON
MAX OROVITZ TO BE HONORED
JCom. Meets Here
:or 3-Day Session;
bllins Due Saturday
SOt/THffN ISSUES RAISED PAGE 6 (
hoi Collins, former Governoi
panda ii is director of the
lihed Federal Com
|iiy Rrlal ons Service, will ad
Ihe American Jewish Com-
ee Saturday night, Dec. 5. at
lintr mei ting hiKhlifihlinj; the
relations agency's annual
Ul Ex cutive Board meeting
pf Km: mi bleau Hotel from
14 to 6
me-day meeting of the Com-
(''- s,i. < He. onal Conler-
Ihe in -. ii': .-together of
luri- from the Southwestern
I- "tern Region* of the
I UK Slate of Klorida
Iti r : i cede the Bxecu-
IBoji: (.-ting on Thursday.
R
sessions re closed except
ht dinner meeting Saturday
In addition to Gov. Col-
the d nnei session will be
ftssed by Morris B. Abram,
|ouk Held for 15 Days
>n Enemy Contact Rap
f ivr .i i \) Mordecai
ho v. .1- rescued
I' Rome from kidnaping
toptian diplomata, was re-
r(| hen : ir r, days on charges
I' *ins Israel's bor-
|n,t 'i maintaining contact
I'nomv intelligence.
had been drugged and
11 > into a trunk
cj "diplomatic mail" for
|,n- I" Cairo, returned to Is-
tarilj to face the
I Samuel Tamir. his attor-
lraised no objections during
the hearing, commenting that l-
i.,eh detention i~ better than an
Egyptian prison
Prior to his departure, Louk
told a press conference in Rome
that he had asked to return to
Israel because he feels he would
be secure there, though he under-
stood he would be arrested on
arrival. He said he was ready to
pay the penalty for any crime,
but added that he did not feel
he was a deserter because he had
Continued on Page 5-A
Gen. Bull's Report Shows
Back Air Retaliation Unti
Israel Held
Last Minute
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee.
Max Orovilz. leading Miami
citizen, civic leader, and philan- |
thropist, "II receive a special
award at the dinner lor distin-
guished service in the cause of hu-
man relation*.
The Natii.ua. Executive Board,
principal governing body of the
American Jewish Committee, sets
major policy on program and Insti-
tutional activities. Kach tall it
meets in a major American citj
other than New York which is
both its national headquarters and
scene ot its annual meeting every
spring, 'flu- i> the fust meeting
in Miami, and it will explore ma-
jor current problems facine, Amer-
ican and Sou I hi rn Jewry.
Tin- first program session will
in- addressed by Seymour Samel
Continued on Page 10-A
UNITED NATIONS- JTA) A
report from on-the-spot United
Nations observers has placed the
blame on Sj ria lor starting the
fighting on ihe Syrian-Israel bin-
der which -viltly escalated into a
t.mk and plane battle
The report was circulated .11110111;
members of the Security Council
by Secretary General U Thant. It
had been prepared by Lt. Cen. Odd
Bull, chief ol the stall of the UN
Truce Supervision Organization,
lor the Security Council with which
both countries had filed com-
plaints over the brief but savage
Nov. 13 clash. In addition to re-
porting that the firing had been
started by the Syrians. Gen. Bull
also confirmed in his report key
points made by Israel before the
UN.
One was that the Israel bor-
der patrol, the target of the
Syrian shooting, had been travel-
ing on a track inside Israel's bor-
der. The other was that Israel's
counter-strike with jet planes
did not get underway until after
UN military observers tried and
failed to get Syrian acceptance
of a cease-fire agreement. Israel
acceded prcmptly.
Gen, Bull told the Council thai
the path taken by the Israeli patrol
Inch had t.:ken the fir-t Syrian
fire h.ul bei n demarked as being
ot: the Israel side by a Canadian
team of experts which had con-
sulted both the Syrians and Is-
raelis separately.
However, lie proposed that the
1 re.1 be studied again by a joint
survey team to exclude "possibili-
ties of dangerous flare-ups" and
to help "brin^ back tranquilty to
Arab and Israeli farmers in the
area, and contribute to some ex-
tent to the diminution of tension
between the two countries "
He stated that there was "sus-
picion and bitterness" on both
-ides, part of it due to Israeli's re-
fusal to recognise Syria's author-
ity in the demilitarized zone in the
area and also "as a consequence
ol Syria's steadfast refusal to seek
;ri end to it> conflict with Israel."
As a result of the clash. Gen.
Bull reported, three Israeli sol-
diers were killed and nine wound-
ed, five of them seriously. Two
members of Kibbutt Dan were
injured. Kibbutz Dan suffered
Continued on Page 12 A
Shazar Receives Bishops;
Lauds Vatican Declaration
ARAB CHRISTIAN SPLIT PAGl $A
CARDINAL BtA REfUTES POLITICS PAOi t-A
JERi SAi EM(JTA>President
Zalman Sharar told a group of
Catholic prelates at his home here
Sunday that ihe Ecumenical Coun
11I- adoption ol the declaration on
illations with the Jewish people
constituted "a daring and purify-
ing pronouncement." Thirty-four
bishops, all of them coming here
for a visit liter the conclusion Ol
Ihe last session of the Ecumeni-
cal Council .n the Vatican, visited
President Shazar at his home for
.1 reception by Israel's Chief "I
State
Hailing the Councils adoption Ol
the declaration, which would clear
the Jewish people of the charge ot
deicide. and at the same time con
ilemn anti s, mitisni. Mr Sha/ar
told the prelates that the Catholic
Church statement explicitly lor
bid.- hatred of Jews ami abrogates
the ancient accusation for which
there is no ground in fact hut
which drenched my people", his-
tory with blood.''
Noting that the Church docu-
ment is yet to receive final ap-
proval at the next session of '/ e
Ecumenical Council, after which
it is to be promulgated as tor-
mil Church dogma, the Presi-
dent declared: "If the doccu-
ment is promulgated by the
forthcoming session of the Coun-
cil, a very great step will have
Continued on Page 3-A
IMPRESSIVE MARCH
500 Rabbis
Protest Soviet
Anti Semitism
NEW YORK(JTA)More th
GOO rabbi:Orthodox, ("onsen -
live and Reform representing
c ingregations in New York Cil
and vicinity, as well as in Nt
Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsyl-
vania, Staged an impressive march
Monday m protest against Jewish
religious and cultural repressions
111 the Soviet Cnion. They address-
ed to the Soviet Government a ten-
point appeal for the restoration of
Jewish cultural a n d religious
rights and an end to anti-Semitism
111 the Soviet Cnion.
An appeal was also addressed to
President Johnson lor support ot
this protest The letter to the Pres-
ident will be taken to the White
House by I S. Sen Jacob K.
Javits and Senatoi Elect Robert
I" Kennedy
After the meeting, a delega-
tion of six rabbis tried unsuc-
cessfully to deliver the appeal
to the USSR authorities at the
Soviet Mission to the United Na-
tions. The delegation was re-
fused admission to Soviet head-
quarters on the grounds that
only missives from official gov-
ernmental bodies could be ac-
cepted. The Board of Rabbis
then said the protest and de-
mands would be mailed to the
Soviet Embassies in Washington
and New York.
The plea- to the Soviet Union
were backed in addresses at a
Continued on Page 3-A
Sh,
hhodox Eye Leaving 'Roof Groups
FjttGTON. .ITA.-A pro
I '"' Mm 1 ..iion 01 -, per-
|m coordinating committee of
Orthodox Jewish organ-
approved here by del-
;'" Mie 66th anniversary hi-
Invention ol the fmon ol
;"x h*ih Congregations of
eph Karasuk. ol New York, chair-
man of a special committee on re
evaluation, lie offered the propo-
sal after presenting the report ot
the committee.which stressed that
creation of such a coordinating
rommittee must precede any con
(deration >! withdrawal by Ol tli
odox organisations from their pros
"as submitted to cut participation in general Jew
''- by Rabbi Jos- i-h coordinating agencies The deb
.Proposal was
egatea reelected Moses I Feuer
stem, ot Brookllne, Mass., as pre-,
ident.
The special committee was
named several months ago to
determine the benefits and lia-
bilities of association of the
UOJCA the national organiia-
tion claiming to serve 3,100 Or-
Contlnued on Page 7-A
Atom 1. fiuiRsniH
reflected president
alom Rams
Norway Boat
NEW YORK(JTA 1 Israels
25,OOw-ton luxury liner, the Sha-
Inii. crashed into a Norwegian
tanker last week in a pic daw n
accident, slicing the tanker in two
and tearing a huge hole in its own
bow.
None of the 600 passengers or
the crew of 460 officers and m on the liner was injured in the
crash, but 19 members of the Nor-
wegian ere \ of the Stolt Oagali
died 111 the accident, which occurr-
ed in thick fog off the New Jerse)
coast three ,-nd a-halt hours after
the Shalom left New York harbor
lor a Caribbean cruise
Before the Shalom turned around
and began limping hack to New
York port, it lowered lifeboats and
Continued on Page ?-A


Page 2-A
+Jenist> fleria/ian
Bernstein to Receive JFK Peace Forest
Award at JNF Dinner Here Sunday
;'. v K ian. Miami Beach at the John F. Kennedy Peace Award
\ and Sttivt! JewfSh tiatlfln- i.inner this Sunday evening al the
worker, has been chosen Fontainebleau Hotel at 7 p.m.
to make the .John F. Kennedy
ird, it was announced Wednes-
(...>.
Kogan will make the award at
Friday, December 4,
i
ZEV KOGAN
The award will be presented
to William Bornstein, Washing-
ton and Miami Beach philan-
thropist, for his work in behalf
or me Jewish National Fund
iind the John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest in Israel.
Over l.ooo persons from all walks
cl hie, man; ol them national,
.late and county officials, are e*-
pected i i attend the first state-
wide Jewish National Fund dinner
ever hold in Florida. The dinner
marks the official dedication of
the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest
in Israel, and is one of a series
throughout the U. S.
Max Brevier, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Ameri-
ca, is the originator of the Peace
Forest, and it is expected that the
forest will be planted with over
15 million trees by the end of 1965.
Israeli and American officials are
expected to dedicate the forest in
the next few weeks.
Gov. Fams Bryant and Gover-
nor-elect Haydon Burns heal the
JNF Chief Max Bressler Expects
Dinner to be 'One of Greatest Held Here
Max Bressler. pre-ident of the
\ it nnal Fund of America
. rchitect or the John F. Ken-
nedy Peace Forest in Israel, said
W< nesday that he expects 'the
JNF Peace Award dinner in Great-
t: M .'.'in will be one oi the great-
- community-wide functions ever
here."
The dinner v.ill be held Sunday
at the Fontainebleau ho-
t, .
Bresiler is also originator of
the John F. Kennedy monument
to be erected in Israel by the
people and government there in
cooperation with the Jewish
National Fund.
"On the hallowed ground where
B-r K'ichba waged bis last gallant
battle for Judea's freedom two
thousand years ago. the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest will rise
w .thin the ^reen confines of the
American-Israel Freedom Forest,
planted by the Jewish National
Fund and dedicated to peace and
the bonds of friendship that link
the two nations," he -aid
The Government of Israel, as
its -hare in this undertaking,
will build an impressive monu-
in th heart oi the Kennedy
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Lay. December 4,
1964
I'Jenisti fhridiiar
Paqe 3-A

500 N. Y. Rabbis in Protest March Against Reds
Community Appreciation
Luncheon" will honor Dade
County State Attorney Rich-
ard Geistein on Dec. 11 at
the r-upon' Plaza Hotel.
News n.::r. radioman Larry
King v.ril] be master of cere-
[ monies _____________________
lhazar Hosts
iishops at Home
Continued from Page 1-A
I been taken toward purging man-
Ikini of deep-lodged hatred
I which :-ought upon the Jewish
[people i e n e w e d oppression,
Lbaserent and fiery furnaces of
I death *nd, at the same time,
[causec great numbers of men
Iprofesj.ng to be Christians to
llo:e Hie image of God."
J Tho bishops also visited the
|hoioci ist cellar," atop Mount
n. v < re graphic exhibits illu-
strate the manner in which mil-
icn- i I Jews were annihilated
ting World War II. The prelates
rticipated in candlelighting rites
(omnu-n.orating the Jewish mar-
Kts oi the holocaust. Later
fits \-sited the Hebrew Univer-'
ily. and paid their respects to Dr.
orach WarhaMg. Israel's Minis-
ier ot Religious Affairs.
The croup of visiting bishops also
ought to Mr. Shazar a souvenir
Iibuni illustrating Pope Paul's
Iisit to the Holy Land last Janu-
ary. Ttu- album, autographed by
Pi ntiff, contains the Hebrew
_v\t- oi two addresses made on
P -non by President Shazar.
. (he farewell address to
trael i elivered by Pope Paul VI.
Continued from Page 1-A
meeting held during the march by
Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Sen.
lavitt, Mr. Kennedy, New York
Stale Attorn.> General Louis Lot
kuwitz, and Stanley Lowell, chair
man of the .\eu York City Com-
miMion on Human Rights, who ap-
peared also as the personal repre-
sentative ot Mayer Robert V
Wagner.
The rabbis started their march
at a street corner near the head
quarters of the Soviet Union's mis-
sion to the United Nations and pa-
raded silently, under police guard,
to the headquarters of the Car-
negie Kndowment for Internation-
al Peace, opposite the United Na-
tions enclave. Preceding Rabbi
Max Schenk. president of the New
York Board of Rabbis, which or-
ganized tho protest, were a giant
menorah and one banner express-
ing the rabbinical protest. The ap-
peal to the Soviet Government re-
quested :
Permission to Soviet Jews for
free functioning of synagogues and
private prayer meetings, organiza-
tion of a nationwide federation of
synagogues and permission for as-
sociation of USSR .lews with or-
g a n i z a t: o n s of co-religionists
abroad.
Removal of hindrances to the
observance of sacred rites such as
religion- burial and circumcision.
Restoration of all rights and
facilities for the production and
distribution of matzot and other i
kosher food:..
The provision of facilities lor
the production and distribution of
Jewish religious articles like pray-
er shawls, mezuzot and religious
calendar.'- a- well as facilities for
the publication of Hebrew Bibles,
prayer books and other religious
tcxt.s "in the necessary quanti-
ties."
Permission to Soviet Jews to
make religious pilgrimages to Is-
rael.
Permission to all qualified ap-
plicants in the Soviet Union to at-
tend the yeshiva in Moscow and
the provision of facilities for the
establishment of additional yeshi-
VOt, as well as permission to rab-
binical students to study at Jewish
theological seminaries abroad.
The provision of schools and
other facilities for the study of
Yiddish and Hebrew. Jewish his
ton. literature and culture as well
a permission to Jewish writers,
artists and other intellectuals to
create their own institutions for
the encouragement of Jewish cul-
ture and artistic- life.
The ree.stablishment of a Yid-
dish publishing house. Yiddish
state theaters and Yiddish lan-
guage new-papers with national
circulation.
GOV. Rockefeller, in his address,
listed some of the signs of anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union. He
noted that the number of syna-
gogues in the USSR has declined
from 450 in 1936 to 96 as of last
April: that at least 89 of the Soviet
citizens executed for so-called "ec-
onomic crimes.'' were "publicly
identifiable as Jews"; that state
publishing houses have published
anti-Semitic- works; that Jewish
cemeteries have been closed down:
that the training of rabbis has
been severely restricted, and that
"Jewish cultural life has been
stifled."
Sen. Javits proposed three
courses of further action: 1. The
i (.'introduction in the next Sen-
ate of the resolution condemn-
ing Soviet anti-Semitism ap-
proved at the last session of the
Senate almost unanimously; 2.
That President Johnson, at his
forthcoming summit meeting
with the leaders of the USSR
"must press on the highest pol-
icy level this repression and per-
secution" of Soviet Jews; and 3.
It must be the policy of the U.
S. State Department to press the
issue of Soviet anti-Semitism at
every opportunity in the United
Nations.
Mr. Kennedy told the meeting
that the new leadership of the So-
viet Union must be made aware
oi the fact that "Soviet relations
with the West can never be clear
as long as millions in the USSR are
denied the right to worship." He
said: "We must renew our pro-
tests until the Jews of the Soviet
Union feel relieved of any vestige
ol persecution."
lefh David USY
Weiss, first vice presi-
cnt, eth David U8, will be host
|o USi rs Sunday evening, at his
imc. 201 SW 2ist Aye., for a
party and a study group.
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Ona Ye' to 90 TKr Y*a-a f.tQQ
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VohnM 37 Number 49
Friday. December 4. 1964
29 Kislev 5725
Ecumenical Decision
A Welcome One
Tn Ecumen.:^: Coundl dconoa
a welcome one Aft two-thous-
kl fMd Hw lews an finally or
- -Ivec of the unjustifiable charge of
ride
A: the roc: of this charge has lain
uch of the rouse fa cmn-Semitisnri
.::u;-jn: history The Roman
Church Lt to be congratulated foi
e aer.s.rr. h ras a difficult one.
makeparticularly as evidenced
v those Catholic prekrtes > ho VOtS 1
:- the measure nrrly.ro to .:
r. olinrrl motives.
?.:' the Vatican has already
ever. swiWy against these Church
-ers sspecialry in the Arab
. rnnp who link sura with :he
State of Is: re".
It would he unrealistic to expect
. immediate difference in attitude
: oer.erations of people instructed
. 1 one fashion are not likely to
mange overnight This includes the
ower echelons of Church officials,
.err.seives. But 38 bishops whom
Israel President Zclrr.ar. Sharar wel-
- o-rr.ed ct his home this week are an
\-ampie hopefully, of whet the future portends.
The schema on the Jews will not be final-
red until the next session of the Ecumenical
Council, and amendments to it are already pre-
pared that may weaken its intent But the
peril that saw the passing of the schema must
-Itimately prevail.
A MtLTO
AJCommittee's Meeting
The American Jewish Committee's National
I xecunve Committee meets for a three-day ses-
s.on this weekend here en Miami Beach. A
ie variety ct sessions w;ll discuss issues of
r rear rrr.pcrtance to Jews throughout the ncr
XL
Tr.e Southeast and Southwest Regions are
.eer.r.o ::r a rr.e-d-v session the day before
1 Study problems particularly s.or...r.can! to
.= pert of the country.
Some of tr.e American Jewish Coaunittse's
:p proress.or.al and lav leaders are here for
-.e talks. Tre Saturday -.::.: banquet
teatara kacmet Florida Gcv LeRev Collins or.ol
. award : Grecrst Miami's own Mas 0re-
: ell-known in welfare or; r_r-.or.inr.or
deavor o= weU os or. appearance by tr.e
Successful United Fund
We join the community in welcoming the
success of the 1964 United Fund campciar
The campaign, under the aegis of Chair-
man Sidney Ansin. went over the top of its
S3,256,000 goal by S9.125. There is every hope
thct the goal during the weeks ahead, by its
natural impetus, will be exceeded by ever,
more.
United Fund mcorporctes c variety of health
and welfcre ccer.cie in Dcde County. As
Fund President Gen. E- A. Evans put it. "the
10.000 volunteer workers were among the bic-
gest factors ir. the success of the campaicr..
They understand that UF aaer.cies heir
then neighbors os well os themselves Ap-
parently all c: l>ooe County understood this in
order :: help tne United Fund roach its 1964
Mount Sinai Grows
1:
.trees President Morris Arrrrms
In 0.. the thould re both a ;.--
ot.ro _-.: re one
JNFs Kennedy Peace Forest
Greo-er v.r.r Jewish fictional Fond
-reser' Ml peace award or; i.leorore 1:5 irr.
r Kennedy ?eo:e T:re=- :::;:: 90 Sunday
Evening o- ire Fontainebtoau H::e-
It is expecteo that this wiS be one of the
roes- r_rr-.:ns ever re.o ;v tne |Hf here
.or. Bomstem 0: Washington and Miorr..
oeacn 1= srre-o-le-o :rr raoStVSJ the awaro
The John F. Kerr.eo. Peore Forest is one
:r the Iswssh Not.oro. Funds mcjor land re-
. orr.or.cr. pre e-ots in tr.e State or Isroel
TV
ne :ores; w... .emor.aure
ate .00-
red Pres.oen: strroik now.-, ay an assassins
oulie* November UB3. As s_;r I fl pro-
vide a worthy link between the people of the
ted States and the re-ore or ^roeL both of
om revere tr.e oerr.o>orrr..r or. rnr.es for
v.-hich Mr. Kennedy stood
Those ortero.r.r the ':.-. F l-lennedv ?*
Tons: Award dinner Sur day evening will be
Is to feei thct 'hey ore expressuno tnernselves
s .Americans who revere ire memory or
ote Preskien:. Toe. m _. olso be orle to reel
rat they are subs' I _..-. 0 kg r.e
ejare of Israel through us .otes: Jew.^r. Mo>
rro. Fund pro;-er.
jroundbreaatma oeren
additions te Mount S :. H
Sunday at 11 pjn The zdditic
All Bess.e Warnei
Care = 0 erst -r 5.
Werner recently eontri
oro o rev. o_orte: of o million dollar addition
. Mrs 5 Harvc Sresmsf
daughtsf Mrs Basil Heattes towaid szpansiOQ
rr ire piHisenl Creersr-or 0 Patient Pavilion
The rererr.rr.es w-.ll s*r%-e 0= o tack-ofl or
o *ee.< or stellar svwnts with U S Se-rre:orv
0: Heo.ir Eo oi.or oro Welfare Anthony J.
relents I IB os gues spea-ier
Tr.e week or events will culminate .n Mount
Smais 15th orr_versarv JubilM Bail en Dec .1
o: tr.e Fcr.rrr.nebleau Hc-e.
Since .ts found.ns Mount Sinai Hospital
nos stead-y prociessec to become c major
medical center m South Florida. With the two
new add.t.cr.5 the hospita. -*_1 ror.-i amono
tr.e best c gocl I has kr>ng envisioned. Under
the executive directcrsn.p 0: Scanuei Gertner
wno was recent..- os president or the
F.or.oo Hospital Asscc.ot.cr Mount 5.no. oouv
monsters to the needs of our comrnumry s
r.ec.th needs wrhout regard to race or relgion.
Tne Sunday event should attract Greater
M.rrm. s pocle and parto.pct.on 0= we., as tr.e
ween cr runruons fotiowmr: .* :_....-.rt_no in
.'uhuee Bell On the occasion or Mc
Sir.cs .:'.- rsary we wisr. tne
. even greoter achievemens _-. me r-ture
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
: I.
...
sider its deliberations There is
that the commission ill take th
than make an immediate ruling
less
THIS COLUMN,^;
the informatwn here prcZ
ted. kno-v^ to me HBtVSE
Isst week, has a:rt^ 2
corered.at ^5
ual point of "
daU.es. Also, .her, J
known quantity tfa deci '
day. ,00 late for rr.e ,0 ^ .
of course, the distinct po|bg
e matter undt-r advisement r5,hl
But the handier- JJj
1 refer to the Group Treatment Home of Jewish Famih
Children's Service, which was scheduled t open on Jar arv 1 i*m
The home, at 2010 SW 13th St.. Miami, is nou the center oj
troversy by militant neighbors who don't quite under- "tFrs
has m mind or who perhaps don't really care It is 1
to recognize the nature and purpose of the project
ment Home offers a family setting to a small nun
- ..._.!!.. ,l.^..-l._J TV______________.1_______ "( *r.Q
are emot:onallv disturbed
They are neither mei
are they physically handicapped or psychotic
Eligible children would have difficult 1
lr.ttrpersonal re!.. severe enough I
order that treatment of their disturbance car.
would need and be able to use placement in a farm
which is to some degree diffuse in the intent ;
Above aD eligible children would fir-t I
-: ngth tc resp :--

NOT A HASTY DfCtSION
I EON FISHER
a S
-
I mention these poinu
:

ring at I nstitute
. real estal
is. as 11

redefining a fani);
Robert King High. S
Y.:r- Alice Waini right
The 1 did not act hsstilj First
teat oir to the National Planning Board. a<
fare League o! Anwrii.....0 conciudt-
r agencies, tr.e JFCS Grvnip T -
- ed in a re>icent:al area, otherwise, the inti
program would, for apparent reasons, be defe_
Acting on this information, the commi>-
rvstrietion to permit the JFCS Home to open the ri.
-:- : -:
famous MtsikTtfMin w .octim
AN IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION hen
^* Children > Senate did r.ot setrk the rariSBce H in basis.
but for any >ocial agency here in Dace County H; the prograi
gone unchallenged Lhes* agencies would also be abk pen Group
Treatment Homes, and I suspect their rep- A the
hearing Wednesday m the JFCS corner A- Fisher lees The ab-
sence of this type o< resource means thai
from emotional disorder.- requiring a highlj spec
.
.
5 basis

em

expen-
-: --
at the
- iential
(or six poyi.
or setting, go with.-.:

In the view of a. kcv official!
ore ca- east
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wld aiso be I first s
'-'..
area will be I

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ts to board 1
-' I -
. .-
s far as four 1
I
IHTlttATIHG THl THttAftUIIC MtOCtSS
As A MEANS o: e\
'< ~ 1 U 1 .--. 1 ,-.
-
- children \
.diately :_. "
. Barf a r-.eetir.i: it was
aiso threats voiced to get rid of the Miarr.. Citj
icy can do to a r.eighborhood."'
The City Commission has acted Mayor H pjr
ate in nbbon Home Now. the commission has reacted Dest.'-- National
Board thrill and in the face of the ':- .
- Welfare League of .Amenca. the rsiaia : ,
Sjr between 10 a m and 1 p.m. to study I
recoosader its ongiaally unanimous amendment redefii
in a residential area
How the Miami City prisa >ill cope wit.1-
difficult to foretell. But in the balance baagi
advancement for Jewish Famuv and Chiktrer I Set l ,
-ocial agencies here and elsewhere As officials of II
The objectne of the total treatment program i \> '' J
experiences of children thera;-
saw, :t ma> already have been decided whet
-.on can also Integrate sad
caily whther such petitKns as were laid r>
cculd upset so important an ad\ance in human pro.-


Friday
, December 4. 1964
Jem isti fkridian
Page 5-A
Hebrew Acad. Honoree Samuel Reinhard
Has Lifetime Work in Jewish Education
RtmVATIONS NEAB THOUSAND MARK FAGS I-C
T., gam i Reinhard, involve-
ible causes is a way
,.,. his long history oi
ntl participation, Reinhard
.. honored by the Hebrew
, ,,!, al its 17th annual schol-
liinn! Jan. 3 at the Deau-
lc H
. (ion has been Ins forte.
,.. nci his youth in a small
hamlet before the turn
d the century, Reinhard has been
i,!,...,'ii with the necessity of
. IK ,; ni children in tho wavs of
...... [aith. This conviction found
uon in his labors on benaif
i the Hebrew Academy.
"I attribute my interest in
Jewish education to my upbring-
ng, Reinhard said. "I attend-
ed cheder as a child and have
iever forgotten my training
here."
Ine "I the pioneers in the for-
ol the Hebrew Academy,
Reinhard now is its first vice pres-
Mil and ("-chairman of the im-
Board of Admissions. He
lews the Academy as a personal
rsponsibility, spending hours there
i. h day.
Though the Academy demands
inch "I his time these days. Rein-'
-;.-d has been active in almost
every phase of Jewish life. Many
i ihi synagogues in Miami and
Miami Beach owe their financial
stability to him. "1 helped raise
i' for many of them," he said.
'When they were just beginning,
was a new resident here."
Few people qualify as pioneers,
though Reinhard fills the bill.
Viewing Miami and the Beach as.
a religious wasteland," he de-'
.(ltd to amend the barren Jewish
elicious expression here. "That,
as in 1934," he recalled. "I was
nayed by the lack of religious
..i,lilies. Although 1 applied my-
sell as diligently as possible, even
then 1 am really amazed at the
treat progress that has been
During the second World War,
lemhard helped organize facili-
its providing kosher food to
Orthodox Jewish soldiers train-
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ing in Df.de County. He remem-
bers that neriod of his life with
affection ;nd nostalgia. "Some
nights we had IS to 20 young
men in Our homo. My wife cook-
ed for th3rn, .nd I served the
food. In addition, I helped syna-
cioyues provide similar services
to the other numerous soldiers
who wanted kosher provisions."
As a result ol that service. Rein-
hard received hundreds oi tele-
grams from its beneficiaries. "I
.leisure the outpourings Of grati-
tude as expressed by these boys,"
he said. He -till hears from many
il them, and one is now a resident
of Miami Beach with children In
the Academy, still deriving bene-
fit from Reinhard's dedication to
Jewish causes.
The philanthropist estimates
that bettwecn 60 and 70 Jewish
institutions of learning receive
(i.mations from him yearly. "1 have
given freely wherever there is
need." he added, reeling off the
names of some of his pet institu-
tions. "At limes 1 have deprived
myself to benetit them."
Mrs. Reinhard. he explained, has
encouraged him and has nurtured
his charitable nature. "She never
raised a protest." said the pio-
neer. "Rather, my wife has been
a constant source of support, aid
and spiritual sustenance. She be-
lieves as heartily as I do in the
mission of preserving Jewish
learning "
Mrs. Reinhard too will be hon- .
ored by the Hebrew Academy at
the Jan. 3 dinner.
Institutional charity is not the
only genre of assistance culti-
vated by Reinhard. "I believe in
individual aid," he asserted.
"People ere important, and I
try to solv* their problems when
called upon. If they are in need,
I will help them."
Recognition has been accorded
Reinhard many times before, but
notably in two dinners sponsored j
by a large northern Yeshiva with
an enrollment of more than 2.000
students. The Hebrew Academy
dinner will host an estimated 1.000
friends, family and community
leaders who will pay tribute to
Reinhard.
Four of Reinhard's grandchil-
dren are students at the Hebrew
Academy and will participate in
a special tribute to their grand-
parents at the StOO-a-couple func-
tion. All of Reinhard's local grand-
children have attended the He-
brew Academy, numbering 13.
New York was Reinhard's home
before retiring to Florida in 1934.
Residing at 4180 Chase Ave.,
Miami Beach, the Reinhards have
been married more than 50 years.
Ner Tamid Plans Hf** Scholarships
For Sixth Concert
MR. AND MRS. RtlNHARO
Louk Held For
Enemy Contact
Continued from Page 1-A
not been in military service
when he crossed the border to
the Egyptian-held Gaza Strip in
1961.
He reiterated earlier statements
that he had been kept in an Egyp-
tian prison for 21 months, despite
promises on the Cairo radio that
escapees from Israel would be
given the opportunity by Egyptian
authorities to emigrate overseas.
Asked why he did not register
in Frankfurt with the Israel Con-
sulate when he was in West Ger-
many, he replied that he had been
afraid of Egyptian threats against
his life and against the lives of his
four children in Israel.
Murray A. Shaw, president ol
Temple Ner Tamid, announces
that Ily Posner has been reap-
pointed as chairman for the sixth
annual Temple Concert scheduled
lor Saturday evening. Jan. 9. 1965.
At the initial meeting ol the
Concert Committee, the following
were appointed to assist Posner:
Aaron Eisenstein, Mrs, Henriet-
ta Fine. Adolph Greenbaum. Mich
ael Glazier, Mrs. jack Greenberg,
Mrs. Louis .r. Gold, Samuel Green
field, Morris llinden, Harry Ja-
Witz, Meyer Leshen, Harry Leiber
man, Joseph Kahn, Morris Miretz-
ky. Louis Pearl. Dan Fiver. Paul
Press. Max Raskin. D. Dale Reg-
ent. Michell Reiner. Albert V. Ros-
enberg. Mrs. Feme Schwartz. Mur-
ray A. Shaw. Harry Sherman. Mor-
ris Ship. Irving C. Spear. Judge
Louis Stallman. Joseph Silverman.
Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Joseph Zeman
The concert will be held in the
main sactuary of the Temple,
and will include operatic, liturgi-
cal and traditional music.
The annual concert attracted an
audiance of over 1.000 people last
\ear.
Mrs. Richard Alper, presidei
Sisterhood oi Temple Beth Al
has announced plans to give eig-"
partial scholarship- to the Sout i
east Kid. ration of Temple Yout'i
Camp at Cleveland. C.a.. in horn
of the Bar and Bas Mitzvahs
the young people ol the Temple.
^
Chug Ivri Will
Meet Wednesday
Chug Ivri, Hebrew speaking
group of North Miami Beach, will
meet on Wednesday. 2 p.m., in
Temple Ner Tamid.
Discussion will follow a talk by
I Martin I. Taub on "The Jewish
Schema of the Third Session of the
Ecumenical Council."
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19BJ
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Answer to
DeGaulle
By MAX LERNER
Mt. Sinai 15th Anniversary Will Open
Groundbreaking for New Expansion Plan
a.m. and 2 p.
im
Auxiliary
w iik the V electaSJOS over, the- SuwM change t guard
< -, bomb e\p(fyed. rro":rtent DeGaulle feels it
ft* hm-. v take the center of the StaSJS that M exactly
v.-.- I put it in hiahiy personal 'crrns hut DeGatille's
- .. h.;!iiv ptrflCTWi politic* A master >>t the art of political
>Agrtl by the lUdef of any other nation.
e are no >ob'ant;ve pol.cies DeGaulle IS pn>h-
paakia .,iai!>-t Be baa made it amply clear that lie is against
-. Force, against German and Bntish participation in
it. 3fiaint the Kennedy Round ol
- inst any further strenethemng of the Common Market
to Mr paM ahere French freedom of economic maneuver will be
bled, aajaiast .i European nuilear deterrent, and asainst any torm
ol genuine European pMtical :ntegration capable of building and
dirtrtifj sue* a cictrrreEt Merely to list the General's aVBSjatlves -
to see him a; the most highly -No -oriented political leader in the
world today w.th the possible exception of Mao.
If hi> No- .ire cynically direct his Ye-' is always ambivalent.
It ia hard to know m positive terms what he wants other than having
hi.- uay Most deeply what he wants is a Europe .-haped around French
political domination of a nuclear force which it can share with chosen
allies. He knows he cannot have this unless he can exclude America
from Europe and exclude the principle of transnational integration
from a "Europe ol fatherlands "
It isn't DeGaulte's position*, negative or positive, that make him
l purzling figure It is the question of why he times them when he
coes and how seriously he means or doesn't mean any particular one.
He take great delight in mi WUyiag the world on both questions
My guess ia that after the huddle of great world events in the past
month he feel< his turn has come: he cannot afford to be inactive and
to ~erm dwarfed by them He had a lemjr. bonne and mainly meffec-
tua trip through Latin America that left no residue anywhere except
( re of impatience in his own mind. The Soviet and British leaders are
too preoccupied with their troubles to cut a real figure at this moment
President Johnson won't be able to do anything dramatic in world
polities until ho is inaugurated lor his own term. This leaves DeGaulle
in possession of the stage He and his pelieie* have made no progress
in Europe for at least six month-. His next press conference will be in
January, and lie needs to btJatfl up to it. His bid for reelection as Presi-
dent w ill come sometime in 1965. and he needs to set a frame of
dynamism for that as well.
As for how seriously to take him, the best course is for the Amen-
cans, the Germans, the British. NATO, and the Common Market
Eurocrats to go ahead with what they think is the right policy, but to
It flexible and maginaUve enough so that he will have difficulty
rejecting it. What else, in decency and sanity, can they do?
DeGaulle may have felt he had to move swiftly to head off the new
racter which is being given to the MLF. For the first time there j
is a chance that the MLF idea in transmuted form, may work. And !
irony of it is that it is Harold Wilson, hostile to the MLF from the
.-tart, who mav be instrumental in changing it. By otfering to put their
. srn national nuclear force into the MLF as a national unit the British
taking much of the German curse off the project. If DeGaulle
waits too long he may find the MLF idea too entrenched to (Tighten
nc off it.
It is curious that DeGaulle should invoke the German French
alliance, and say that the MLF is not 'compatible'' with it. The fact
is that the alliance, rlthough formally still in force, is ancient history.
It was a personal pact between DeGaulle and Adenauer, and Aden-
ailf: now in Germany is only that of an opposition irritant inside
his own party. DeGau'le had a dream originallythe dream that France
and Germany together, constituting the European Heartland, could
fuse their economic ?trength. their nuclear potential and their political
n, and compel the rest of Europe to go along. That dream Is I
in ashes, ind there ..- no phenix asrywbete available to rise from'
B a r.ew-tour.d glory.
In substantive terms the** is something America can do. It can
t terms, the l^te President Kennedys h.nt in
- ech in Jur.t iie>3. that any American veto on ouch
in -ne MLF won .- withdrawn m favor of a real i
terreni :- can reassure Europeand the Frenchthat we
B the Europeans on ct-jcia: world poll-
- then?
Mt .Sinai Hospital will celebrate
its 15th anrt-erary during the
week of De<- 6 through 12 with
planned aerivt'es for both the pub-
lic and hospital personnel
Kicking oft the week-lona pro
gram will be griimdbreaking cere-
monies for two new additions to
the hospital to be held this Sunrla>
at 2 p.m. The ceremonies will be
held in honor of the new 150-bed
Albert and Be>sie Warner Pavilion
for Continuing Care and expansion
of the S Harwy Greenspan Out-
Patient Pavilion and Rehabilita
tion Center.
The Hon. Anthony J. Cele-
brezie, US Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare witt be
guest speaker, and the public is
invited to attend.
Tuesday, Dec 8. the hospital
will hold Open House Tour>. at 10
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The annual social will take place
j an Saturday. 8 15 p.m.. at Temple
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principal of the Hebrew Academy,
will be guest speaker.
Program ill include greetings
from Rabbi Shimon Azulay. presi-
dent. Hebrew Educators Alliance,
and Louis Sthwartzman, executive
director. Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
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sing led by Cantor Benjamin Ben-
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Friday
December 4, 1964
rJenisti ncridHan
Page 7-A
Orthodox Eye Leaving 'Roof Groups
Lett to right at the successful Miami Humanities Building Din-
ner ct the American Friends of the Hebrew University are
cues: speaker Leon Keyserling, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin
cmd ?lr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick. Executive vice president
of the Hebrew University, Bernard Cherrick, honored the Rud-
nicks at the dinner by presenting them with a plague citinq
them as "Founders of the New Campus." (Story, Page 9-A.)
Founders Will be Honored at Dec. 15
Meeting of American Technion Society
Community interest is mounting
in th< iirst hi? meeting of the
American Tivhiuon Society schecl-
uM Iw Dec. la at the Deauville
Hole I with the announcement that
21 founders will bo honored as a
highlight of the occasion.
Pounders are leading local cit-
tens who have donated gifts of
Sl.lKKi or more to the capital funds
campaign of the American Tech-
nion Society. Purpose of these
funds is to construct laboratories.
i.j-sn >ms. and libraries serving
tin Departments of Engineering.
Architecture, Science and the
Technical High School.
The 21 Greater Miami civic
leaders who will receive Founders'
plaques on Dec. 15 include Mrs.
Ruth Johnson Berger. Mr. and
Mrs A C. Fine. Samuel Fnedland.
Mrs Kannie Goldberg. Mrs. Trudy
Haim-rschlng. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Hertz, Morris Levy. Hyman
Liebermnn, Mr. and Mrs. Sam ;
I.uln Sr., Sam Schwartz. Mr. and
Mrs David Serr.akcr, Jacob Sher. |
Harry Stanone, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ns Bernhard. and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Nash.
In addition to these dedicated
men and women, we proudly re-
port there are some 76 others who
arc charter members of the Tech-
nion Founders' Club." it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Louis Glasser.
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter.
Names of all Miami Founders
are being inscribed on a Founders'
which has been permanent-
ly installed in the Winston Church-
ill Viditorium at Technion. located
on the campus at ML Carniel.
"There is a need for a greater
flow ol graduate engineers, scien-
tists, and technicians if Israel is
to become industrialized and self-
sufficient." said Mrs Glasser. who
has served two terms as head of
the local Technion Chapter "Un-
til Israel can develop her agricul-
ture and industry, she cannot look
ahead to economic independence.''
Among the foremost internation-
al aspects of Technion'.-. program.
said Mrs Glasser. is the link be-
tween the school's scientists and
the developing nations of Africa
and Asia -They are out in the
Held helping these new countries
solve their problems."' Some 700
Israeli experts are now in Africa,
and 137 are serving in Asia, she
reported.
Since the opening of the first
class in 1924. Technion has be-
come an internationally-recognized
university of the engineering sci-
ences, with an enrollment of 2.800
undergraduates and 800 graduate
students.
Major project adopted last year
by the Greater Miami Chapter was
a fund campaign for construction
of a Computer Center on the Tech-
nion campus.
The Dec. 13 meeting at the Di-
; Lido Hotel >vill be coordinated by
\ three Technion units the Great-
er Miami Chapter, the Miami
Beach Women s Division headed
by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. and the
South Dade Chapter, with Mrs.
Morton Fellmau as president.
Continued from Page 1-A
thodox congregations in the Uni-
ted States and Canada, with na-
tional Jewish "roof" agencies,
such as the Synagogue Council
of America, the National Jewish
Welfare Board and the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major Jew-
ish Organiiations. Debate with-
in Orthodox groups over the ad-
vantages and disadvantages of
such associations has been in
progress for years.
Rabbi Karasick said that, in re-
gard to liabilities, the special com
mittee had found that "there is
implied in such association the
ipso facto recognition of non-Orth-
odox philosophies as legitimate al-
ternatives lo the historic and au-
thentic Judaism of Orthodoxy."
He said the committee also feared
that such association might blunt
Orthodox initiative, fail to repre-
sent Jewish religious law effec-
tively, and might impede unifica-
tion and coordination within the
Orthodox community.
On the other hand, he said,
there were vital areas in which the
Orthodox groups now had "no in-
dependent channels of communi-
cation." He warned that with-,
drawal would cause Orthodox Jew-
ry severe handicaps in effectively
representing its interests in such
area- as government and legisla-
tive matters, Soviet Jewry, the
Vatican and the Ecumenical Coun-
cil, civil rights, the Israel-Arab
dispute and international Jewish
agencies
Rabbi Karasick said the imme-
diate task v. as to create "an Orth-
odox Jewish coordinating commit-
tee composed oi the major Jewish
Orthodox organizations, with the
task Of establishment of inclepen
dent channels of communications
and instruments of action in vital
Bieas." Other Orthodox organiza-
, Lull- invited to consider the pro
posal were the Rabbinical Council
of America. Religious Zionists of
America, the Rabbinical Alliance
of America and Agudath Israel of
America Rabbi Murray Weitman.
a member ol the executive board
ol the Agudath Israel, endorsed the
proposal at the session, but reiter-
i alcd the ultra-Orthodox organiza-
tion's belie! that withdrawal
should take place without delay.
The delegates heard a warning
from Rabbi Emanuel Rackman,
assistant to the president of Ye-
shiva University, and past presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Council
of America, that American Jew-
ish Orthodoxy would be "turn-
ing the clock backwards" if it
stifled "creative philosophical
thinking." He said Orthodoxy
needed "an ecumenical move-
ment of its own, so that we do
not practice the further fission
rather than fusion," and that
Orthodoxy had nothing to fear
from dialogue "with all Jews,
secularists as well as non-Orth-
odox."
The end of the "religious boom'*
n the United States and Canada,
,n which religion is valued largely
j.-, a "respectable status symbol."
was predicted at the convention by
a prominent Canadian rabbi. who
called the development "a bless-
ing in disguise." The end of that
boom. Rabbi Walter S. Wurzburg-
er. of Toronto, said, afforded re-
ligion an opportunity to purity rt-
j self so that it may emerge as a
I more vital and dynamic force.
57 Students Will Be Consecrated
Rothstein. David Rubinstein. Carol
Schafter. Kvan Schechter. Abbe
Scheflin, Gary Segal, Franklin
Gordon Selcvan. Shelley Mae Sie-
gendorf. Lillian Esther Silvershein,
Alan Singer, Lee Stolbach. Bernard
Fifty-seven first grade students
of Temple Emanu-EPs daily Re
ligious School and Solomon Schech-
ter Day School will be formally
consecrated Saturday morning in
the Temple Sanctuary.
The consecrants will present a
Down from Susi. Andrew Sweet.
cantata entitled
Abraham." written and directed
by Trixie Levin, assisted by Leon
Shiff. music director.
Following children will be con-
secrated: Sara Lee Adler. Jack|
Alexander. Cynthia Jane Alter-
man. Bradley Arthur. Larry Back-
er, David Hank. Dora Behar, Ste-
ven Bicky. Anne Rachel Bloom.
Richard 1 Cohen. Laurie Etta
Desser, Bryce Epstein. Mitchell
Friedman, Susan Garazi, Debra
Joy Goldring. Harry Gutfreund.
Richard David Jacobs. Marshall
Manner. Neisen Orrin Kasdin. Ken-
neth Jay Koenig, Barry Allen Kot-
ztn. Steven Howard Kram. Mitchell
Kiatish.
Beth Ellen Kushner. Garry Lem-
on, Haul C. LeVine, Michael Le-
\ me. Robert Harris Matzkin, Rob-
ert Alichnotf. Roger Miller, Law-
rence Mufson. Meryl Sue Newman.
Jerald Ira Pollock, Ira Glenn Rat
ner, Alana Reinherz, Steven Rob-
b.ns. Renay Rosenieki. Gregg
Tanney, Teddy K. Weiner, Kenneth
Charles Weinkle. Stuart Robert
Weintraub.
League Forms
Beach Group
The Women'.- League for Israel,
Florida Chapter, met at Mrs Kay
Tupler's home. 3 Island Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, and organized a Mi-
ami Beach group of the Florida
Chapter.
The following were elected as
officers: Mrs. Tupler. chairman;
Mrs. Jack Wcitzer. co-chairman;
Mrs. Morri Schor. membership
chairman; Mrs. Harry E. Kaden,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Sarah Chester, recording secre-
tary; and Mrs. Harry Kapell, finan-
cial and publicity chairman.
The next monthly meeting will
be held at Mrs. Tupler's home on
Monday. Dec. 14.
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1964
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Z6L William J. Harris iseccnd from right'' is the proud recipien*.
of the Israel Redemption Award at the Temple Ner Tamid-
srael Chanuka festival and dinner last Sunday eveninq at
he Fontainebleau Hotel. He is seen here beinq congratulated
oy Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. Adin Talbar. emissary of Israel
vho made the preientation, and Murray A. Shaw, conqreqa-
jon president and dinner chairman. Held on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds, the dinner resulted in the sale of S151.500 in
oonds.
Ner Tamid Buys $151,500 in Israel Bonds
As First Night of Chanuka is Celebrated
In an Btmosphere of warm noli-
< .y joy. against a background of
j ickering curdles in a giant men-
ah, nearl\ 500 members and
; iends of Temple Ner Tamid gath-
ed in the Fontaine Ballroom oi
le Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun-
. a) night to celebrate the first
_ht of Chanuka and the 16th an-
wrsary of Israel's Statehood.
They came to honor Col. William
Harris, founder of the Tem-
.<. and expressed their esteem
v purchasing $151,000 in State of
rael Bondi in his honor.
Bringing traditional holiday
ong and warm Jewish folk ho-
osor to the occasion was enter-
-ainer Jan Bart. And bringing a
ouch of Israel to the scene was
Adin Talbar, head of Israel's
-conomic mission in Washing-
on.
Talbar presented Israel's Re-
mption A.vard to Col Harris "in
cognition of years of devoted
r\ice in Jewish life."
Rabbi Eugene B. Labovitz. spir-
ual leacier of Temple Ner Tamid
pened the festivities with the
-hting of the traditional Chanu-
menorah This was followed by
In of a giant Menorah
Stat< commemorating Is-
anniversary. Dinner chair-
an was afurraj A Shaw, presi-
ent of the congregation.
Taking part in the lighting of
Chanuka Menorah were Mr.
Mr- .Michael Glazier. Mrs.
I Salomon. Mr and Mrs Meyer
merman and Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
i ph Kahn
Particips.ing in the kindling of
< Menorah of Statehood were Mr
Mrs Frank Goldman. Mrs
Sadie Trosky. Mr and Mrs Morris
tzky Mr and Mrs. Morns Co-
Mr- Anna I rrsin, Mr
Mrs Louis Cohen. Mr- I
Sklar Mr- Henrietta Fine.
^nd Mrs Solomon Siegel, Mr
Mrs Harry Glazer Sir and
Mt. Sinai Garden Club
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club
?mbers will hear a ] on
Magic at n with Ftowi ra
. Judy K .'.nick at a meeting at
Miami Beach Garden Center
- no ( 'iir\ on Monday noon
Mrs Alex T Eig. Mr. and Mrs. Is-
adore Schachter. Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs
Ezra Finegold, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lieberman. Mr. and Mrs Max
Raskin. Mr and Mrs Harry A.
Sherman. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Zeman. and Mr and Mrs Nathan
Rottenberg.
Other program participants were
Dan Piver, Eugene Schwarz. Can-
.or Saul H. Breeh. Dr. Ben L. Fab-
ric and Dr Michael L. Horwitz.
LONDON(JTAINine heads of
Roman Catholic Churches in Jor-
dan issued a statement of regret
over the campaign in that country
against the Ecumenical-Council
vote on the declaration on Catho-
lic-Jew ish relations, it was report-
ed from Amman. One element of
the campaign was a decision List
week by the Jordanian Govern-
men! barring all prelates who vot-
ed for the declaration from visit-
ing the Christian holy place- in
Jordan.
In an article which appeared in
Jordanian newspapers Sunday,
the Rev Aqel. of the Evangelical
Episcopal Church in Amman, call-
ed on Jordanian Catholic- to boy-
cott services held in churches be-
: _cnu to various monasteries and
-ay their prayer- at home in
Arabic. He also urged them to
cease cooperation with those mon-
BSteriei and ultimately with Rome
in order to force the Vatican to
cancel its decision absolving the
Jews."
Christian religious groups in
Jordan, meanwhile, have dale-
gated Msgr. George Batch, of
the Jerusalem Latin Patriar-
chate, to "inform Pope Paul of
the general reaction to the Vati-
can declaration on Jews. A meet-
ing of Jordanian Christian no-
tables sent a cable to the Pope
asking that the declaration be
dropped from the agenda of next
year's session of the Ecumen,
cat Council.
Msgr Bateh disclosed that an-
other cable was sent to the Ortho
ciox Patriarch Athena.^ora- in I--
tanbul requesting his per-onal in-
tervention "to wipe out" the dec-
laration "for the sake of church
unity." It was also reported here
from Beirut that President Helou
of Lebanon is expected to.under-
take a mission an behalf of Arab
governmenife-'Mld he may visit the
Vatican. .Sir.' Helou is the only
Christian Arab head of state.
A Catholic ol the Maronite rite, he
served in 1958 as Lebanon'.- Am
bassador to the Holy See.
Meanwhile, the National Luther-
an, official organ of the Lutheran
( hurch of America, distributed
it- November issue of which
was almost entirely devoted to
pleas for greater cooperation be-
tween Christians and Jews, and
denunciations of anti-Semitism.
The issue was a follow-up to a
statement on the Lutheran Church
and the Jewish people, adopted
last spring at a conference in Den-
mark, devoted to this problem by
the Lutheran World Federation.
In one of the leading articles in
the issue, entitled "Are Christians
Responsible for Anti-Semitism?"
the Rev. Dr. Aarne Siirala. pro-
fessor of th ology at Waterloo Lu-
theran University, Waterloo. On-
tario. Canada, blamed Christians
for anti-Semitism, "although that
is not the whole answer."
Another article, by Dr. Klara
Schlink, o f Darmstadt, Ger-
many, who is known as "Another
Basilea," revealed that, under
the Nazi regime, clandestine
Bible study had been organized
in Germany, teaching the need
for wiping out anti-Semitism.
Dr. Schlink was identified by the
magazine as "fully devoted to
Zionism on the basis of Chris-
tian faith."
Another leading article v th
Rev. Dr. Philip a. Johnson. 9Z
relations d.rector for the \a,"T^
Lutheran Council, declares *
history, theology and cES, S
er a prelude to anderstaadhig"
tween Christians and W1 -rT
concept of Jewfrt-Christia,
logue is discussed in the maeavin.
by Rabb, Arthur V,uonTZ
National Conference of ChrHian
and Jew,; and the Rev. Thoma!
Batich pastor ot ,ne Ad
Church. St. Paul. Minn
A statement hailing "with satis-
faction" the adoption on tirst real
ing at the recentlj c< minded Ecu
menical Council in the Vatican of
the Catholic Church declaration
absolving the Jew- 0f the chary,
of deicide-and lauding "the, decii
cated leadership at the Council
of Paui-Emile Cardinal Leger
archbishop of Montreal-was i*
sued in Montreal Sunday bv the
executive committee f the Can-
adian Jewish Congress
The CJC noted thai ardinal Le
ger's "spirit of liberalism, in con
cert with like-minded colleague*
from other parts of the world, had
greatly influenced the Council'*
adoption of the declaration, Je*
of the world." the CJC executive
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t > the advancement ol hjrmoniou.
ielation< among the peoples of the
great faith-, will mark the con-
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Cardinal Bea Refutes Political Factor
Dr. end Mrs. Philip Gotlieb are shown receiving their plaque
iron Bernard Cherrick (right), executive vice president of the
Hehiew University. The Gotliebs, who were cited at the Mi-
arrL Humanities Building Dinner as Founders of 'he New Cam-
pus of the university announced that they had donated SI 50,-
000 for the establishment of a chair in Physical Chemistry at
the -Diversity.
American Friends Subscribe $212,000
Toward Construction of Miami Building
Our 200 leaders of the South
Florida Division of the American
Friend* of the Hebrew University
subscribed S212.OO0 toward the con-
strut ion of a Miami Humanities
. costing S300.000 at a din-
ner Lunching the project at the
nobleau Hotel last week.
1 esl single contribution of
I ening and one of the largest
lade to the university by a
Miami family was that of Dr. and
Mr.- Philip Gotlieb who donated
;: 100 for the establishment of
i-l lir in Physical Chemistry at
the Hebrew University.
Eernard Cherrick, executive
vice president of the university,
: 1 d the Gotliebs' action "a
sig-ficant contribution not only
to tt-e university but to the edu-
cational betterment of the people
of Israel and of students from
nations all over the world attend-
ing -he university."
and Mr. and Mrs. David Provus.
Joseph Weintraub served as
chairman ol the successful dinner
which helped to launch the Miami
Humanities Building project. Dr.
Irving Lehrman delivered the in-
vocation, and Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz gave Ihe benediction.
Gu?st speaker Leon Keyser-
ling was introduced by Popick.
Former chairman of the Coun-
cil of Economic Advisors to
President Harry S. Truman and
a leading economic advisor to
the State of Israel, Keyserling
predicted that in 20 years Israel
would have the largest ratio of
university students to population
of ary nation in the world in-
cluding the United States.
ROMKi.ITAiAugustin Cardi-
nal Bea. who had guided the re-|
cent Ecumenic*] Council's declar-
ation on the Catholic Church's re-j
lations with the Jewish people to
successful approval by an over-
whelming Mile, declared here that
any political interpretation of the
document would be "arbitrary and
distorted" and constitute "a trav-
esty of the Council's intention."
Cardinal Bea made his statement
1 n a front-page article in Oserva-
tore Romano, official organ of the
Vatican. The Bea article followed
Arab attacks against the declara-
tion, and was apparently provoked
ny those political recriminations.
Recalling that the declaration,
which dealt with the Church's rela-
tion with all non-Christian relig-
ions, not only with Jews but also
with Hindus, Moslems and Budd-
hists, to which "obviously no po-
litical meaning" can be attached,
he said the section on the Jewish
people also excludes any political
interpretation.
The section, he noted, treated,
in fact, only the relation exist-
ing between the religion of the
Old Testament and the Chris
tion religion, as well as the re-
ligious future of the Jewish peo-
ple according to doctrine.
Neither, he continued, is the
question of ihe guilt of those who
took actcive part in the condem-'
nation ot Jesus touched explicit-
ly, and it is only affirmed that
such condemnation cannot be at-
tributed to the 4.000 Jews who, in
that time, lived outside Palestine,
and so much less to the Jews of
our time. The pastoral ennsequcn-
cos oi these lacts concern exclu-
sively the religious field, he main-
tained.
"After all these cautious and ob-
jective measures and declarations,
cne can reasonably hope that the
declaration will be rightly inter-
preted and serenely evaluated, and
that all echoes regarding political
aims nd intentions would dis-
appear.' (. ardinal Boa wrote He
emphasized lhat "the Council's in-:
tentions. and the counciliary doc-, tion through which the Council to-
ument inspired by motives of, tended only to advance peace
truth, justice and Christian charity
are obviously in full accord with
everywhere and further hopes that
religion will not be abused in Or-
tho-Gospel, and should not be mis- der to justify political- diserimtaa-
represcnted. It is a religious ques-jtion and prejudice."
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1 members of the South
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those who will lead the govern-
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scientific programs that will help
these countries achieve maturity
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Keyserling pointed out thai the
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AJCom. in National Gathering Here
ormer President Harry S. Truman (center) joins openinq event
f 50th anniversary celebration of Kansas City, Mo., Jewish
Community Center, one of several hundred affiliated with the
Ja'ional Jewish Welfare Board. Hand-in-hand with the ior-
vier President are Sol E. Margolin (left), executive director, and
Dr. Edward A. Devins, right, president. Last yeaT, Mr. Truman
edicated a memorial in the Center to his late business port-
er. Eddie Jackson.
Morris Abram to be Guest Speaker
At Temple Israel Services Friday
Morris Abram. national presi-
nt of the American Jewish Com
ittee. will be guest speaker at
mpic Israel ol Greater Miami
Sabbath eve sen ices this Fri-
y Right. His subject will be
onditions of Jewish Survival."
\ native of Georgia and a lead
j trial and appellate attorney.
ran al 4j is the 13th and young-
I piesideat in the history of the
nerican .1 e w i s h Committee.
lich was founded in 1906.
As president, he headed a
{ oup of American Jewish Com-
-littee officials who met with
ope Paul VI at the Vatican last
May to discuss Catholic-Jewish
-elations as expressed in a de-
i "" at the Ecumenical Council.
t August, he headed a three
eek, 15,900-mile Committee
-tission that investigated con
: tions among the Jewish eom-
-lunities of four South American
: suntries: Argentina, B r a i i I ,
thile, and Peru.
\bram was appointed by the late
i -ident Kinnedy to serve in two
-h fcoverr.ment post-. He was
med leual chief of the Peace
Corps at the time of its forma-
tion.
He i- currently the U. S. member
of the l'\ Sub-commission on the
Prevention of Discrimination and
the Protection of Minorities
In this latter position, he sub-
mitted ear'y in 1964 a dralt con-
vention on the problem of racial
and religious discrimination, and
he has been especially active in
drawing international attention to
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union.
Dr. Wolfson Will
Discuss Poet
"Solomon Ibn Gabirolpoet and
Philosopher." will be the topic of a
lecture by Dr. Abraham Wollson
before the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education on Thursday
morning. 10 to 12 noon, in the
Auditorium of Washington Feder-
..!. 1234 Washington Ave
Music and a tape recording ot
(he story of Joseph and his Broth-
er.- will precede Dr. Wolf son's ad-
dre>s. and open forum discussion
will follow. Admission is free.
II. F. Kaden is chairman.
The Suinoza Study Group, under
the direction of Meyer Charif.
meets Fridays from 2 to 5 in the
Community Room of the Miami
Beach Federal. Washington Ave.
and Lincoln Rd. Admission free.
Continued from Page 1-A
on "Current laeuea in the South.''
Samet. formerly Florida director
of the AJi" anil formerly executive
director of the Dadc County Com-
munity Relations Board, is now
special assistant to Gov. Collins at
the Community Relations Service.
The Exeei:t ve Board meeting
will start Friday morning. Some
of the main topics to be explored,
en which policv statements may be
forthcoming, are:
Shapirtq the American Jewish
future Dr. John Slawson exec-
utive vice oi e .ident of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, is ex-
pected to report on a conference
on the we-joct of Jewish identity
and integration, held earlier in
November at the AJC's national
headquarters in New York City,
with two dozen outstanding 'so-
cial thinkers" participating.
Two specific questions in this
area will be asked: What factors
' will determine whether Jewish 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 session will discuss inter-
religious affairs, long a major con-
cern of the American Jewish Com-
mittee Particular attention will
be given to the recent declaration
on Catholic-Jewish relations, ap-
proved in principle last week at
the Ecumenical Council in Rome,
and how a new era in such rela-
tions is to be implemented Also
under discussion will be AJC direc
tions with regard to the Protestant
communities.
Civil rights is the subject of a
session, with discussion centered
on such problems as housing, ed-
ucation, and employment. Re-
cent events notably the pas-
sage of the Civil Rights Act of
1944, "white backlash," mob vio-
lence, fraying of the Negro-Lib-
eral alliance will serve as a
backdrop to such analysis.
The recent election w ill provide '
the background for a discussion on '
the threat of extremism. The co-
alescnce of "Radical Right" influ-
ences in the course of the election '
campaign will be analyzed in
terms of future directions. Guide-
lines for American Jewish Com-
mittee activity in this area are due
to emerge from the discussion.
Foreign affairs is another agen-
da heading. An American Jewish
Committee delegation that spent
three weeks late last summer in a
15.000-mile tour of the Jewish com-
munities ol Argentina. Brazil,
Chile, and Pel u will report en its
findings.
This group is expected to rec-
mil mend major action to marshal
assistance in the U.S. for the 850-
000 Jews of Central and South
America who. threatened on one
hand by stepped-up neo-Nazi and
Arab League efforts to foment
anti Semitism. and on the other by
inadequate cultural and spiritual
re.-ources to enrich their cultural
life, seem to face a questionable
future.
The session also will focus on
developments with respect to Is-
rael, where the American Jew-
ish Committee in 1961 became
the first American Jewish or-
ganization to open an office for
the purpose of construe tin
bridges of understanding be-
tween Israels Jews and Jews in
other parts of the world, and on
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Doctor Found Russians Seeking Influence
"In Russia it
is not tu oath
Recording to his
needs," said Dr.
Mark Paren, "but
to each accord-
ing to who he
K...,v.s or lu what
Immick affords him."
!n !%:'. Dr. Zarcn and his wife,
Dr. Vora Zarcn. a psychothera-
pist now both retired and living
,ii Surfside, spent -i\
months in the Soviet Union. Un-
the aegis of the I'nited States
Information Agency, they travel-
ed to .Moscow. Kiev and Lenin-
grad with a cultural exchange
exhibit. The theme of their ex-
hibit was "The American Gen-
eral Practitioner." The benefits
and procedures of private modi
cal practice were demonstrated.
Americans Fascinating
Russians are fascinated by
anything American, and the ex-
hibit attracted over 10.000 people
daily. What fascinated the Zar-
ens, who .-peak Russian fluently,
was that 75 per cent of the ques-
tions were about life in America,
nut about medicine. They, in
turn, found out what life was like
in i "people's paradise."
What they learned is that there
DR. ff.ARK ZORtN
they want things
is disillusionment in Russia to-
day. The child, indoctrinated
under an excellent educational
system which stresses responsi-
bility, one for the other, finds up-
on embarking on his chosen ca-
reer, that what is spelled out in
theory i< not implemented in ac-
tuality. The mere worker is look-
ed down on. Everyone wants to
Choir to Take Part in Service
be a white collar man. And every-
one, from the salesgirl in the
store to the doctor in the clinic,
lias a gimmick, an illegal meth-
od of making money.
"Everyone in Russia steals."
said Dr. Zaren. "When a doctor
makes S70 a month, he can not
buy adeqmte food and clothing
lor his fainilv so he must -leal
to survive. Everybody has his
own little racket."
Riddled With Corruption
When .voting people apply to
the university they find, con-
trary to expectations, that know-
ing the right people counts
lor more than good grades. The
children of party officials are
privileged.
"Russia is riddled with corrup-
tion." said Mrs. Zaren. "Things
arc hard to get, and things are
what the Russian is starved for.
He goo- to all lengths to get
tilings. Young girls marry mid-
dle-aged men who have acquired
position and things. Teachers
take bribes and almost anyone
in Russia can be bribed. Juven-
ile delinquency is a problem;
only it is not written about or
discussed. But most of all, the
people arc infected with fears.
Russia is a nation of para-
noiacs."
Flaunting Prosperity
on Friday evening, Temple Beth
*.m monthly family worship scrv-
ice will include its annual Cha-
.-.uka candlelighting service, with
Rabbi Herbert II. Baumgard offi-
>N,ting.
Fourth grade students of the Re-!
i-ious School will participate as
the choir oi alie month under the
i/irection of Cantor Charles S.
Kodner.
Weisgal Will
Receive Plaudits
By Special Report
NEW YORK Next Wednesday
New York, Meyer W. Weisgal
vi ill receive the tribute of the in-
ternational community as the Mas-
ter Builder of the Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science on the occasion of
the 20th anniversary of the Insti-
and his own 70th birthday.
More than 2.000 leaders of Amer-
ican, Israeli and European com-
munities will participate in the an-
nual dinner of the American Com-
m11tee for the Weizmann Institute
of Science on Dec. 9 at the Hotel
Americana here to greet the chair-
man of the Weizmann Institute of
Science, planned by an Interna-
liona] Committee of world-renown-
ed leaders.
Participants include Gayle Block.,
Margaret Ciauscr. Amie Drcyfuss, j
Jnlie Eisenberg, Andrea Feinberg,)
Roslyn Krebs. Elizabeth Leibert,
Donna Nathan, Cara Schaffer, Jan |
Sobol, Jeri Tilzer, Karen Wcin-1
stein, Jeffrey Bernstein. Mark
Berry, William Block. Jesse Fa-1
ber, Brian Garber, Robert Gibbs.
Barry Kaye, Philip Parker, Seth |
Perlman, James Rubin, William
Solomon, Mona Altman.
Melissa Berman, Lorri Good-
man, Barbara Harris, Leah Klein,
Debra Levinson, Lori Rosen, Deb-
orah Sneider, Carrie Shields. Ran-
dy Swerdlin. Sally Tanner, Lisa
Tumarkin, Daniel Baumgard, Ted
Goldblatt, Daniel Goodman, Ronny
Green. Gary Jacowitz, Steven
Leidner, 'Hank Luria, Edward
Markovitch, Hunter Miller, Alan
Mintz, Richard Robinson, Lome
Salem, Leslie Share. Charles Sil-
berman, Jeflrey Silver, Thomas
Tobin, Jim Witus, Lorna Brass.
Donna Garvttt.
MargO Gcller. Susi Lu Goldstein,
Laura Kogan. M argot Lindau.
I esley Mill.i'.d, Debra Rosen, Phyl.
lis Smith, Amy Tarsches, Robert
Cava, Samuel Dubbin, Neil Free-
man, David Goldsmith, Stuart
Grad, William Meyer, Jeffrey Rog-r
ers, Michael Teller, Elizabeth
Ulocker, Karen Engel, JoAnne
Goldstein. Stacey Himmel. Dale
Sue Kaplan, Audrey Nina Kfare,
Jane Landau, Beth Levison, Alicia
Nash. Karen Zisman. Gary Brill.
builder of the Weizmann Institute Michael Schero,
'i Science.
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The Zarens found the Jews dis-
liked in Russia. Alter the war.
Stalin set the stage for anti-
Semitism which, according to
Mrs. .Zarcn. is fanned by '"the
tendency ol the Jevv.s to flaunt
their prosperity."
The Zarens came away feeling
th:it the Russians can not un-
derstand a tree society, its mo-
bility, it- freedom of choice.
And they discovered incongrui-
ties in their way of liiehow to
explain, fur example, that Rus-
sian newspapers and literature
are permitted to reflect on the
evidence- of corruption at the
seat ol power.
Dr. Zareii tells an opocryphal
anecdote. Ilis hid to meet and
talk with two Russian dignitar-
ies was spurned when the Rus-
sians realised his desire was not
to clarify his impressions of the
Communist system. But the next
day. a gilt was delivered to him
at his hotel. Certain the package
contained the usual book offered
to tourists, a tract of Russian
propaganda, he unwrapped it
without enthusiasm. What they
sent him was a copy of Aesop's
Fahles.
Training Classes
For New Teachers
Special training classes to de-
velop new teachers for 9Bn
Schonl departments of J c i Iv
-chools are heing scheduled by
Bureau of Jewish Education,
cording to an announcement by
Joseph Cohen, president.
Classes in -Methods of Teach
in the Sunda\ School" will be held
at Temple Judea on Friday after-
noons, beginning Dec. 4, at 15
p.m.
Similar classes are scheduled
at the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, 940 Lincoln Rd., and Bh
Torah Congregation, 1051 No.
Miami Beach Blvd.
Classes are part of the Bureau
service of recruiting and train.".
teachers in the Jewish schools it
Greater Miami. Louis Schwartz-
man. executive director, is in-
structor.
Classes for Hebrew lead
will continue on Dec. 4 at the Bu-
reau.
Humash and Rashi are taught j
Rabbi David Klein; composit in
and Hebrew grammar. Dr. Me :
( ohen; development of the Prayer
Book. Herbert Zvi Berger. Bun
associate director; and Schwa tz-
! man instructs a class in -Teach
Methods for the Hebrew Schoi



The view the Zarens had of
Russia was not the usual tourist
one. Their facility with the lan-
guage and direct contact with
relatives and acquaintances pro-
vided them with a unique experi-
ence. It also afforded them sur-
prises such as being able to de-
fine the many hecklers at the
exhibit asJews. When Dr. Zar-
en was able to corner one of
them, he asked why a Jew would
act in this manner. "Because we
have to," was the answer.
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Young Judaeans met last week-
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Lauderdale.
Fourth through sixth graders
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sports on the theme, "Cities of
Israel."
Representatives from Jerusa-
lem, Eilat. Haifa, and Tel Aviv
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a mock Knesset debate. At issue
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OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Yeshurun's Rabbi Caplan
KABBI JONAH CAPLAN
UN Observers
Blame Syrians
Continued from Page 1-A
tireat damage; while Syria suf-
fered seven dead and 26 injured,
' most of (hem civilians."
As to material damage on the
Syrian side, tiie I'NTSO chief re-
ported thai ;t could not be ascer-
tained because Syria had not al-
lowed the 1 \ o servers to enter
all of th? locations mentioned in
the Syrian complaint as having
Y>, n shelled by Israel artillery or
bi mbed by t!;e l>rael Air Force on
N1 13.'
JWV Delegates
En Washington
A delegation htj-'lod by Past Na
1 uiahder Daniel Neal
l an I including Department
< ndcr AJnslee R. Ferdie.
National Adjutant Ralph ti r~<>.-1-...:
I Nal l Executive Commit
teemen Victor Freedman and Irv
St< nberg represented Florida at
the meeting of the Jewish War
\ i rai N icecutive Com
mitt tlj al the Internattion-
al Inn in Washington, D. C.
The delegates also attended the
Fourth Regional Executive meet-
i on S y i vening.
The;, also participated in a pre
sentatkm of j wreath ;.t tthe grave
of the late President John F.
Kenne Ij
The delegates ;ire to report to
the Council of Administration on
Dec 13 at the Unified Hall in
Beach.
Rabbi Jon.-h K Caplan. of Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun oi North Mi-
ami Bench, is .. graduate of Ye
\;i University. His urst pulpit
was .'.i!i the Miami Jewish I
gation in the Soutlmrest. the
forerunner <( C tion Beth
[Mi
Rabbi Caplan ser\'ed as spiritual
leader of Temple Both El ol As-
toria, L. I., tor sixteen years be-
foie being recalled to .Miami, this
time to lead Congregation Knes
eth Israel on Miami Beach.
After two years with the Beach
congregation, Dr. Samuel Bclkin.
president of Yeshiva University,
asked Rabbi Caplan to head the
South Florida Regional Office of
the university. He served in this
capacity for five years.
It was during this period that
R;.bbi Caplan became identified
with Temple Adath Yeshurun on
a part-time basis.
Rabbi Caplan and his wife. Lena,
were both born in Montreal. The>
reside at 1120 NE Miami Gardens
Dr.. North Miami Beach. Thej
have three children
Faith, is married to Max Celnik.
librarian ;it Stern College for
Women of Yeshiva University.
They have a son. Eliezer, age 2.
and live in the Bronx.
Another daughter. Shulamit. is
also married and lives with her
husband. Avram Reichman. in
Forest Hills. L. I.
The Caplans also have a son.
Shlomo. a graduate of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami.
He was valedictorian at his grad-
uation from Mesivta High School
of Miami last June. He is. now a
student at Ner Israel Talmudical
College of Baltimore.
Rabbi Caplan is vice president
of the South Florida Council of the
American Jewish Congress. He is
a member of the Board of the
Greater Miami YM and YWHA
and the board of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami. He is a member of the So-
cial Justice Commission of the
Rabbinical Council of America.
He is vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami.
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52 Association
Chanuka Dance
52 Association of Greater Miami
tor Saturday. Dec. 5. 9 p.m.. in the
Starlight Room of the Shelborne
Hotel.
Reservations chairman for the
event is Mrs. Carrie K. Silver.
The group directs its energies to
bringing entertainment to pa-
tients at the Veterans Hospital in
Coral Gables and gives financial
aid to their iamilies.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
Rabbi Sol Landau
Beth David Guest
Guest Rabbi Sol Landau, of
Cleveland. O.. will preach from the
The oldest, pulpit of Beth David Congregation
on Friday evening, 8:15 p.m.. and
Saturday morning.
Rabbi Landau, the descendant
of a long line of rabbinic families.
is a graduate of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and was ordained
in 1951. He attended Brooklyn Col-
lege. New York University and
Western Reserve University, as
well as serving overseas for three
years in World War II.
A frequent contributor to the
"Torch" and "U. S. Review,"
th official publications of the
United Synagogue of America,
Rabbi Landau has also been ac-
tive in many national education-
al and youth groups, in addition
to lecturing for the Conservative
Judaism Cavalcade.
He is a member of the Board of
Governors of National Academy
for Adult Jewish Studies, the Na-
tional Youth Commission of the
United Synagogue, and the Com-
mittee on Religious Standards for
the Chicago Board of Rabbis.
During hi; tenure with the White
tone Hebrew Center in Long Isl-
and, the congregation there re-
ceived the Solomon Schechter
Award for .ts youth activities. In
1953. the Park Synagogue received
a -imilar award for adult educa-
pecial
A Chanuka dance, show and sup-
per snack is being planned by the tion. an activity which is a
lesponsibility of Rabbi Landau.
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ICJIOUS
S<
ervices
, J his t lAJeehend
LniOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av*.

,,., SHALOM
KJOH[985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
CONGREGA-
>ve
,rt*r larat^**""*'
LNSHE KMES. 2533 SW 1th Ave.
*Cn"vi,lvf_ # ___
l.eTU DAVID 2623 SW 3rd Awe. Coo.
KJJltvi. Cantor William w. L.p.
,on i -. n in. Pulpit Bueal for the
,1 Landau, of I'-lev*.
r '," ,. i ij : a.m. liar Mlta-
- ,, ROn of Mr. and Mm.

LtTH EL 500 SVv 17th Awe. Ortho-
tat Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
..... Saturday :S0 a.m
|-i,. strength ol America.
I #__
LrTH IS"EU 711 40th St. Ortho-
",,. f ibi Btrel Wein.
IbFTH JACOB 301-311 W.ish.nnton
Ave O'-thodox. Cantor Maurice
"es.
--------
pfTH KODESH. :101 SW 12th Awe.
Mooem Traditional. Rabbi Max
ShapH Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
HI miIiiiis of Heln
. [pate in iii- s. > i. -
I .mi.|H. I All -
i l.> Mi mid Mr- Nil-
I in I1..11.M ..( Mi. mill
f >'i in. Tin., ii Sal ill dii *
nil "I i .aii'~ Hull
i Thi Pi rtl......I
I II. I ii in 1 llf
-
lBF H V O S H E CONGREGATION.
Diie Hwy. Conservative.
ii n-d Marcowitx. Cantor
- Hinke*.
.< I UK .ii 'Til. Nllll Ii
V I." II ill
CANDLiLIGHTING TIM
29 Kislev 5:09 pjn.


Reform.
i. .' '
WOOD. 1351 S- 14th Aw*.
Rabbi Sanui'l Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7300 SW
120th St. Reconstruction!*!. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
l-'iiil.-iv v ;. in Chanuku fumllj nervice.
Sermon: "It Mi. ITlallUKIt l.ltthl*
' Could Talk." IMevtnbvr birthday* will
i., I1..11.1.1I Saturday |o:30 a.m. Ser-
mon "A IJithi I'm" ii" Satltiim "
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conserwatiwe. |
Rabin Morton Malawsky. Cantor
Ernest BMirwr,
-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chaso
Awe Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Dawid Conwiser.
i'i i,1.1, t i". i.m Annual Chan ika
i '.in.II. lulu Sill in ii.i. I" 18
;, in. ikii tfltxi ill Mark, mm of Mr.
.in.l Mi- Leonard Rlvklnd

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Awe Conserwatiwe. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei Ca nor Abraham Reiseman
I i i.hi\ s iii -: Si-r.....ii HI > ir
i| ., in. i ShnUbal hunted li>
m mill Mi- Ni ,11111111 Hoffman In
,.i 10 I. -i \' |, in H .iaii-;li'i r "I
Hi ml Mi Ml i Km. '
(' inari sal Ion
I TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I Friday vr, p.m. Harmon: "lai There
In- I.klu" .viiuiil.-n .' .i i Set.....n:
"The Portion ol the Law." Bar Mitt-
van: liiilHM'L^ilii'Aar'l I'.i.'/iK. >-'ii ol
1 Mr. and Mi- (1.....Re Klein
----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labowitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
i-'riiii> B:t.l p n.. Chanukn aervlee.
Sermon: "The Miracle of Chanuka
Ii Happen* Everj Day." Saturday
>:4". a.m.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserwatiwe
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman.
l-'ti'lav 7:'." |i.m, l-'auiilv nervloe with
Hebrew St-hnol ntudentM luirtlt-lpatlns;.
s. iin.mi "Tii. IHkhexl I'hanukii Can-
dle." Saturday K:4."i a.in. liar Mltavuh:
l.ar v. -"ii "i Mr and Mm. Bernard
Kaffi i
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"3RAH 164th St. and NE 11th
nserw Hive. Rabbi Max Lip-
Canto.- Ben-2ion Kirschen-
TEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Awe. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
I'riila> 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Ulf-
fi ri n. lletwe-n i he S i. iiili'i.- ami
ItellKiou* I leflnltlnnn "f I'andlepowi i
lay I liar Mltat t Ber-
nard Itainh, --ii i i Mr. ami Mi I 'un-
i.l iciliaon

TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Awe.. Hialeah Conserwatiwe.
FYlrin? N I-...... Saturdaj 8 > "' Ber-
nard l-'lli man ill "Hi' lull

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Awe
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
!,.I.,, i:. p in Sel ni'Mi \ Model n
i i ( n i. Saiurda.i N I >-
\i .!. I'm dun llai Mlr-.-
TEMPLE EMANL-EL 1701 Washing-, A| n-.ai
ton Awe. Conserwative Raobi Irwing -,
an I
v r. |. in i 'hamikii
\ \\. i -.. i -
un ika Hue Mlta-
, dai in. i ..I Mi mnl Ml
ii Saturdu) ^ i .i m
in
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[E 'APHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Const .atiwe. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cjntor Jack Lerner.
". |. in. Sermon: "Chanukn
v ...... in Religion* Liberty."
\:UU a.in. Bermon: "Portion
l. liar Mitivah: M 'li'olni,
ami Mrs. Morrla Kntrler
-----
IFLAGlER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
Pi. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Dawid Ros-
enfe d Cantor George Goldberg.
. h:13 p.m. Chanuka program
| School Htudi-nls V.HI COndUel
I'lml i-raili- Mudenta of He-
i.n i\ iin". Sundu> Kohool will be con-
,i.-" Oneg Shabbal aponaored b>
I ,m .'a Mrs. Solomon Iwe-nberg
... r "in blrthdaj. Saturdu>
Mlnoha .". p.m.
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| HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetre.
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gro*.
', i ii. Saturdaj a m. Mln-
HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Jor-!:n st. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi
Daid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Hci traun.

I HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
It -r-nesteTl Conserwatiwe. Can-
tor t-cus AlOOf.
----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative). Rabbi Shm.iryahu
T Swirtky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I .', an.I vl.'i p.m. S< rnum
Ma-.-..i.i-.-s Palled s.n -
ii in Si i-111011: "The I'blqul-
Mliiohn '. p in

JACOE C COHEN COMMUNITY
"-OGUE 1 ".32 Washinnton Awe.
< Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
'. and v :'" p.m. Sermon ^
T --1,.1-i.ia S.iIiimI.iv
-. 1 ,, 1 \ S e r v a n I lo
H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Awe.
1 R.il-bi Dawid Lehrfield.
Abraham Seif.
. 1 Kill 111 daj :" 1 m
a
IALOM 011 Normandy Dr
.%. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
Lehrman. Cintor Hush Adier.
I'riil.i> ..m.I v W ; 11 .- riii'Mi "Ann -
Si iiiiiiM" Iti 1*1 ..... and 1 du-
el liniual Ion 1 The) lie lirndl 11
1. .1 Saltirda) a.m l-'n >t -1
. ii Mi ...... I!i III uu* and Solomon
rhtei I S iMMila ill !
rat-.il 11 nd pr..... 11 eun-
i.ii.i 1 <..w 1 from \i 1.ill., in
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Krldio v IS i> in. .M..111S Abram, na-
11.mi.,1 |.i.-i.i. 11, American .lelt>li
Ciininillti ill uui-.-i r
Topli "Conditions il J< "l-i, Sur-
1 Ivul. '
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Awe.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morrii Kip-
per.
Krl.iav vi.'. p.m. Sermon: "The Kh-
emy the .Mai-, ili.-.s I'i'ln'l Plght."
Saturabo 1' viii.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Allreu Wax-
man.
l-'rniii 1 p.i I'nlted Synanogue
Y..111I1 ol I'. mpli Z;mi will -.ii 1 k-lpati
in ih. sei \ -e ma! -i.im 1 1 lie .....-
Shabbal. Snl 111 da) a.m 1 En 1
van MailIn, son "i Mr. and Mi Na-
1I1 .ni.-l Hi -li. .
----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Awe. Consei watiwe. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
hiiilav v:ai p.m. Sermon: "In Thoae
idi- mnl Tin- Seaaoii." Saturday '.'
a.m. Si: mi-mi "The i'oi-ii"ii "i iiu-
Week."
YOUNG iSKAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
Prlda) B:tS p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: "l.iulii ruin the Nation*."
Who is this?
This is my teacher
(masc.)
I have a leacher (m)
I am learning Hebrew
(ml
You have a teacher
too? (mi
No. I do not have a
leacher
Do you want to learn
Hebrew? (ml
YtS, I want lo learn
very much
But I haie no teacher
Here is my leacher
He is a fine tea.her
He is a very good
teacher
Vou 100 can learn
Hebrew (m)
Very true
I .mt 10 learn anJ I
can learn (m)
Where Jocn the
leacher live?
He lues here
Mi h?
Zeh hamoreh sheli
Vesli li moreh
Ane'c lomed ivrit
Clam l'ha" ye*h
moreh?
Lo, ejn li moreh
Atah rotzeh lilmbJ
ivrit?
Ken, anie rotzeh m'o.l
lilmod
Aval c\n li moreh
Ilineli hamoreh sheli
I loo moreh lov
I loo moreh tov m'oJ
Ciar'. atah yahol
lilmod ivrit
Nahon m'od
Ane'e rotzeh lilmod
v'anee yahol
F>fo gar hamoreh1
Hoo gar roh
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
1 Rabbis Involvement in Administrative Matters
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S -. EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
Si naervative. Rabbi Zevi Creen-
\% i
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. | vi:. I-in 81
nlili ..ii.I Tin ii
iln ., in Sermon
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KDIC JEWISH CENTER. M5
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mi.15
I
Ave. R-v. Cantor Sadi Nah-
m s ,i unini R:3fl a m Sei -
1.1 .a Chanuka." Bar
vlberio. -......i Mr. and .Mrs
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Both El Congregation
To what extant should the
rabbi be involved in synagogue
administration?
The question
of the rabbi's in-
v o I v e rtl ent in
synagogue a d
ministra t ion is
one ol constant
concern for both
rabbi a n >1 lay
man. If the nib
hi is involved tw
in ii C b he i J
c h a r g e d wilt
meddling, it hi
i s involved t o *
little, he i
charged with in-
difference. The
rabbi thus finds
himself very often in an irrecon-
cilable dilemma. For what one
layman mat.
involvement by the rabbi, another
may regard as not enough.
Although there is no clear line
0( demarcation, a general rule is:
Administrative matters which
touch on religious, moral, or eth-:
RABBI SChW
should not bring the rabbi's in-
volvement unless his judgment is
solicited.
An obvious example of the for-
mer would be. where the congre-,
gation. or one of its affiliate or-
ganizations, is considering a ba-
zaar on the Sabbath. Such an ad-
ministrative matter, which is a
breach of religious principle.
should evoke the rabbi's full and
forthright position. On the other
band, fiscal policies, expendi-
tures, assets, or physical proper-
ties are areas out of the rabbi's
jurisdiction.
There is good reason for these
limitations. The rabbi's training
prepares him to make moral and
spiritual judgments. In these areas,
his proficiency merit.- bis author-
ity. Fiscal and business matters
are generally not pan of his train-
ing, and so his judgment would
nit be more expert than the lay-
man's. There is yet another con
ideration in this regard. The rab
in it. *" --------- ---------------.....
regard as too much bi and the layman are two distinc-
tive parts of the synagogue, with
each having a definite role. The
more the line of separation is
crossed, the less effective each
becomes. The layman who begins
to "Paskin sheilos"decide ques-
Synopsis of the Torah Portion Miketx
Pharaoh dreamed a dream in two slightly different versions.
The dream terrified the King of Egypt: but none of his sages
could explain it satisfactorily. Pharaoh's butler remembered
Joseph's masterly interpretations of dreams, and informed Phar-
aoh. Joseph was brought before Pharaoh and explained the
dream as forecasting seven years of plenty that were to conn-
to the land of Egypt, only lo be succeeded by seven years of
famine.
He advised Pharaoh to appoint a wise overseer to collect
wheat during the years of plenty and distribute it during the
years of famine. Pharaoh appointed Joseph himself to this post
as his viceroy
As Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian stores ol wheat were
in great demand during the seven years ol famine. Among those
who came to buy wheat in Egypl were Joseph's older brothers.
Joseph recognized them, but they did not know him. Joseph so
contrived that the brother- came to Egypt a second time, bring-
ing Benjamin, Joseph's full brother with them. Joseph received
them cordially: but then he made it seem as though Benjamin
had stolen a goblet, and insisted that he sta; behind as a servant.
The brother- refused to abandon Benjamin, and all decided to
return to Joseph's home.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
touch on religious, moral or e">-: tl0ns of je.ush law-obviously un- membership without partiality. It |cra1i>l Tourist
leal areas, are matters where di- (U.rmim>s the effectiveness of the [8 part of the Jewish tradition for W^1 sai
red Involvement of the rabbi is st ,,-.,dov Likewise, the lander, -niritual or lay, to be ^.mmm ..
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con.
and vr. p.m. Bermon:
i ..i ih, Candle Batur-
ni s.-r.....ii; "Helleniam In
. nturv." Uar Mltsvah: An-
. of Dr. ami Mrs. Harold
C.lntc
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbe-t Baumgard. Cantor Charlei
Kodntr.
in l'.'n Annual Chanuka
in; i- v i. ... Si-iiniiii: "Cha-
fhrlMmaaHow Are They
Horn Are Th.-v Different?"
M:i;. a.m. Uar Mil/.vah.
ii "f Mr. and Mrs. Mas
Mltsvah: Ronna, daughter
i il Mr- Mannel Flaahman.
?^ EMPLE BETH *EL~ OF HOLLY-
not only proper, but mandatory.
Admlnii
strictly
EMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con- .... ", ",:.. ,.,,,orc u-hieh are
ervativa. 1025 ne 183rd St.. Miami Administrative matters unicn an
Garon* Rri Rabbi Jonah e. capian. strictlv business or executive.
Mauri:* Neu.
Tlnv M';i- i> prepared In co<
operation with the Greater Mi-
ami RaebttiiCdl -A.....unon.
Coordinatoi o\ featurei op-
pearrng litn m
DR. MAX Lll'SGHITZ
ipirittMl \taAn of Belli Torali
Cm of North Miami
Beach
spiritual leader. Likewise, the a leader, spiritual or lay, to be *** M.-.
rabbi who decides synagogue bus- "merootzo lekohol" acceptable V/TTICC fiere
iness matters, usurps, and there- to the congregation. It is only
by lessens, the effectiveness of the through the lree choice of the | An Israel Government Touns
membership that the most widely j Oflice will open at Miami Beach
acceptable administration can be, on Dee^ 1. it was announced by
selected and consequently the. Victor Bennahuni director of the
| Israel Government s tourist activ-
I ities in North America.
layman.
A particular area of constant
question is Ihe election of admin-
istration officials. This should be j most effective.
left to the lav membership, with I In brief, a synagogue, like a
he rabbi taking no part in it, di-: team, can not prosper by each The office, at 1602 Washington
redly or indirectly. The rabbi who; playing the other fellow's pol- Aye., will be directed by Walter
lends support to an individual or, t.on. It is only by each performing Perry, who will be responsible for
a noun seeking election exhibits to his best ability, in his own field working with agents, carriers.
lack of confidence in the good of specialization, that the team members of the Havel industry
iudament of the membership. He will be successful, and the syna-1 and various religious and civic or-
usuros then- democratic right of gogue will advance the causes organizations in the Greater Miami
self-government and he dimin- Judaism and bring spiritual en- j area. The off.ee will be in oper-
ishes his ability to serve the total lightenmenl to its congregants, lation through mid-March, 196d.



?::ge 14-A
+Jewisti fkrkMan
Frk3aY- December 4.
Capitol Spotlight: By MHTOM FRIEDMAN
Jews Nixed Strong
Anti Nazi Stand
Washinj |
CCME WEALTHY Jew-'' in pre
** Pearl Harbor America reject
ilitant anti-Nad stand, anc
tven flirted with isolationism tol
avo d anti-Semitism, because of |
nscious (ears, accord
inc to i top secret July 24. 1941
evaluation by the Gorman Bmbaa
4 American Jewish response!
o I then racing in Em ope.
That report was cabled to Berlin by Nazi
,i d'Affairei Hans Thomson in Washington.
'* 'covered in a new group ol captured Nazi
Foreign Ministry archives just released by the IV-
ar.ment ot State. Another cable revealed how the
V.; Embassy organized and financed the mailing
of mti-Boosevell and anti-intervention propaganda
by American congressmen to constituents.
The 19-: cable on the Reaction ol influential
1 in the Ir.ited States. dispatched only a feu
months before Pearl Harbor, was based on meet-
ing sf Nazi diplomat Thomsen with influential lead-
i ol the Bepublican Part)
example Thomsen told Berlin. "on<
who has just traveled through a large
' Imerics on i speaking campaigi ol several
*eli doing was able to gather excellent
information regarding the present muod of the
itrj mentioned thai th i ..- und^r discussion
become subjects of conversation an
". Jews them-., es rhe respected, intelli-
-i H and iar-sigbted Jews shared the same fears
*ar, in scapegoat late: had to be found for
America entry into the war. this would be the
American Jews." In 1918 it was the big Indus-
si and Wall Street high finance; Una time
it i ould be the Jew 5.
According to Thom-en. this thought generated
the fear- of an element of affluent Jews. Thorn
conjectured that "the emotionally, exceedingly
exc table American people would then not display
the moderation and discipure of the German peo-
ple, but would proceed against the Jewish war
mongers with ruthless severity*'
"Out if these considerations." said the Nazi
imat, "far-sighted Jewish circles are avoiding
tak ng an active part in the warmongering, and
e this to radical warmongers in the Roosevelt
Cal inel and to English propaganda Indicative of
th.- is that some of these Jews are trying to enter
the America First Commute,, which is the leading
rant instrument of the isolationists."
Thomsen termed "noteworthy" a statement at-
tributed to one leading financier that a victory by
lid nut represent any kind of economic
threat la America The Na/.i carefully pointed out
that the man was a Jew -The wealthy Jews are
ned by the warmongering and anti-busi:
lent-) of th.' new deal.' which is dominated by
nui teruus. often penniless, but all the more am-
us Jews.' Thi- was tin Nazi view.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Weisgal Gets Perforate
uiEYER WEISGAL, the man who built
the Weizmann Institute of Science in
Israel, has been honored on his 70th
birthday with the degree of Doctor ol
Philosophy No'. he wont have the
problem that face i him year.- back when
I be went to Canada to speak tor some
I Zionist cause Th< chairman approach
1 d nil iuld introduce ium
__I as I)." He:
"I am Mister and Miatei 1- good enough for me.'
id Weisgal. The chairman demurred. Th,- responsi
iuld be better, U were presented as Doctor, he said.
All right' -aid V, "ij || will help, call me
(Cl
A minute later, the chairman was back "But in
hi *( are you Doctor?"
As .i boy, Weisgal was too poor to go to college, but
liked colleges so much, he sold papers in the area ot
Jumbia University. Anyway, it would have been quite
him to choose that area just because of its high
tellectual quotient, for a respect for learning 1- one
outstanding qualities Weizmann was hit ideal.
cause Wi izmann represented learning, and he has done
ch a good job for the Institute.
But he is DO academic pedant One of the most
ting things about Weisgal i= bis uninhibited speech
1- reflected in an interview appearance in the Jeru-
lem POBl In u. he reject- the idea that he is "a damn-
ed fundraiser." He speaks ot writing a book about his
1 after and states he would employ no ghost writers I
1 a ghost writer he says, "to do a letter for me. When
! want to tell somebody to drop dead. I pay somebody
put it in polite language."
This is the way Weisgal more or loss normally talks.
Bite language Is not his forte. When you are within
a block of him. you know it's either Weisgal there, or
--me tomb ha- exploded in the vicinity.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Guenter Lewy Writes of Crass and Swastika
IN THESE momentous days of
ecumenical probing, the fact
that a churchman as sensitive,
gracious and perceptive as Augus-
tin Cardinal Lea still holds that
the deicide charge against Jews
has not been the chief cause of
anti-Semitism makes the publica-
tion of a book like Guenter Lewy's
The Catholic church and Nazi
Germany" most significant.
As devoted as he is to trie campaign to rectify
ancient church wrongs to the Jews. Cardinal Bea.
id of the Council Secretariat for the promotion of
Christian Unity, continues inclined to underscore
political social, psychological, and economic reasons
for anti-Semitism. Yet how clear it is to the vic-
tims of this ancient scourge th:t the use of the Jew
.1- a dictators scape goat or a mercantile society's
target or a European university's pariah find.s its
.ins in the church gospels
Prof. Lewy was heavily favored by fortune in
the preparation and writing of his important book
on Catholicism and the Reich. He did not leave
1 rmany ur.ui he was 15. he ha- achieved a consid-
erable reputation a- scholar and teacher at Colum-
bia Smith, ami the University ol Massachusetts: he
had a Social Science Research Council Faculty Re-
search Fellowship, supplemented by grants from the
Rockefeller Foundation and Smith to carry on his
research Then. too. he had access to German dio-
resan documents, Gestapo reports U S Armed Force- and Catholic publications At 40.
he can look back over the past five year- that went
UN Listening Post:
inte the writing of 'The Catholic Church and \a 1
Germany" as a productive period
It i- noteworthy, too. that hi- report on th
Church's nearly complete failure ti speak m
1st the Nazis even at the height ol G
Semitic ravages has not met the sharp ,1
countered by Rolf Hochhuth's The Deput) I
ter seizes upon one man. Pope Pius XII ;,'i. .,,,,.';'._
him to searing criticism for not crying 1
Hitler when Jewish women and children 1
slaughtered in a nation carried to si g< hy j2
hypnotic Fuehrer.
Lewy s analysis is woven r,l ;, much more en
during cloth: the German Catholic churchmen wen
Of the Reich before they were of the csosi the slo-
gans -blood, soil, race" did not mak< them
uncomfortable. An autaecsl a strot liwler
promising to stamp out their own dread
shevism, easily found favor with them Their lack
ot sophistication made them ready believers in the
Fuehrer's enticing early promises to accept the
Church a> full-fledged partner in hi- enterpi
restoring Germany to pre World War 1
strength
Prof Lewy spreads the Hitler design leai be-
..1 eyes and minds: at first, thi 1
olic churchmen were shocked when Brown -
came into the Churches with swastikas 1
in quick time, their parishioners flockt
swastikas and the churchmen fellow, -i
Nazi protection of all their prerO| | 1 Then
came the seepage and the constriction and
abl> the full crunch of the Clocked cross ol I
swastika on the little that was left m tti
11 ass of the Christian sat ior
By SAUl CARSON
Michael Comay's Important "This I Would Doubt'
United Nations
AMBASSADOR MICHAEL S. COMAY.
" Israel- permanent representative
at the United Nation-, revealed a juicy
tidbit to the Security Council here, when
he addressed the Council on the latest
flare-up oi fighting between Syria and
Israel. He quoted from a report in a
Lebanese newspaper. El Jarida. deal
log with last September's Arab summit
meeting at Alexandria. Egypt, which adopted the now
famous declaration proclaiming all-out plans for the
final liquidation of Israel The Lebanese newspaper
o leted a -peech made at that conference by Syria's. Pres-
ident Gen. Hafez Herewith a loin-word interpolation
by Mr. Comay, is thai quotation
Syria demand- war against Israel at the earliest
date because such a war in the near future will be easier
to conduct than a war in the year 1P70 We would be
able to fight against Israel and to liquidate it within
forty-eight hours'this I would doubt and to deter-
mine the suitable moment which would enable u> to gain
victory before the Security Council or the American-
Sixth Fleet could intervene on Israel's behalt "
When Mr. Comay interpolated those lour words
"this I would doubt"it appeared for a moment that
trouble might develop in the Council's \:-;tor.-' gallery
lhat section uaa crowded, many of the people there
being Jewish, including a group of youngsters wearing
yurmelkes. Mr. Comay doubt, a- to whether the Arabs
could lick l.-rael in 48 hours, was applauded by people
in the audianee. Several rows behind the boys with the
yumelkes -at a half-dozen men In the uniform of a for-
eign armythey too were visitors entitled to listen in;
but they were Pakistani soldiers, and Pakistan 15 any
thing but friendlv to Israel. Adlai E. Stevenson, president
of the Council, raised his gavel ready to rap tor order
But the slight di.-turbance subsided, and Mr. Comay
went on. ignoring the short demonstration staged in hi>
support No delegate can take cognizance of such an
outbur.-t even if it happens to favor him
Nevertheless Mr Comay gave the Council-arid the
auditors, with or without yarmclke.- or Pakistani uni-
formmore than an earful. Syria's latest attack against
I-rael. in which Israel lost four dead while Syria lost
at least seven 'hen Israel.- plane- counter-attacked in
d.deneei WAS only one item in a long series 1". aggre-
.
During the preceding year, there had been at least
127 Syrian guntire attacks against the peaceful IsraeU
side of the northern frontier. Mr. 1 on sell was
pr sent, during a visit to I-rael. in the Office ol Prune
Minister Lev: Eshkol, when Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, the chief
oi -tail ,! the United Nations forces on the spot, report-
01 he had received solemn assurance from Syria's
e-t authorities that they would stop their shootings. The
promises were broken almost a- -eon as the} ha
made
But. even 11 Syria attacked first, doe- Israel have the
legal right to cross Syria's border'' Undoubtedly, Israel
did do that through its air strike against Syria's mur-
derous gunposts. The Council member- were aware w
one very recent very Important precedent The VS.
counterattacked recently in Tonkin Bay, the Viet
Nam Theatre The sta'rk parallel between America'l
action and Israel's was there for all tu sec
Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
Erhard's Coming U.S. Visit Raises Question
American Jewish orgai
** tion- are preparing themselves]
for the arrival to the United States]
of the West German Chancellor'
Dr. Ludwig Erhard. The) have a!
few question- to ask him, His
Foreign Minister, Dr. Gerhard1
Schroeder, is now on a briel stay
in Washington prepann, the ,
ground for the Chancellors forth !.
coining visit. And he seems to be under the im-
pression that American Jewry is satisfied with the
present policy of the Bonn Government on matters
in which Jews are deeply interested.
The contrary is the case; especially with re-
gard to the following matters: 1. The intention ot
the West German Government to terminate on May
8. 1965. any further prosecution of Nazi war crim-
inals. 2. The non-withdrawal by the Bonn authori-
ties of the German experts now working in Egypt
on nuclear weapons against Israel. 3. The refusal
by the West German Cabinet to establish diplomatic
relations with Israel. 4. The reluctance to agree
to pay compensation to Jewish victim- ol '
who were prevented through no fault of their own
tc apply for such compensation betore October 1
1963
Each of these four issues is of tremendous im-
portance to American Jewry, and there are no te*
American non-Jew- who similarly display a deep
interest in the issue.-. It is very difficult for Amer-
icansJews and not! Jews aliketo understand why
the West German Government refuses stubborn!)
to extend the period of inflicting punishment on
Nazi war criminals beyond May 1965. It 1- known
to everybody that hundreds of notorious Nazi lead-
ers guilty of mass killing of Jews and others are
still alive and residing in various parts of the world
under false names. Assured of not being prosecut
ed in Germany after May next year, they will fl*
back to their native land as free men without fear,
and with the opportunity to strengthen the Nazi
underground groups in the country. Is the Bonn
Government really so anxious to get them back,
to forgive and forget, and to strengthen the forces
oi Nazism in West Germany?


Friday. December 4. 1964
/th /#> fkirtdUBui
Page 15-A
Sidney Ansin Named Ambassador '$
Bal! Chairman for Dec. 26 Event
SIDNtY ANSIN
Beth Moshe Has
[New Rabbi
Dethc Moshe Congregation an-'
ponces the election of Rabbi Rich-
,rd m. Marcovitz to serve as spir-
:...! leader.
Rabbi Marcovitl is a native ol
elphia, where he was edu-
led He received his Bachelor's
from the University of
Ivania. majoring in social-
ad religious thought.
He also matriculated at the
Gralz Collage of Philadelphia,
DM oldest Hebrew Teacher's
Training College in the country,
where he received a teacher's
dip'orna.
i Marcovitz holds a Mas
degree in Hebrew literature
le Jewish Theological Scmi-
ol America, where he was
. so rdjined.
I Marcovitz has served con-
ons in Winston-Salem -and
die. N. ('.; Valdosta. Ga.;
i in. New York; and Blooms-
Pa.
Hi lectured at Finch College in
'... York City and has been active
.!' various phases of interfaith ac-
Merle Michaels, president ol
Beth Moshe. said that "we look
forward to a period of dynamic
growth and activity in our congre-
under the guidance of our
A rabbi.'"
Sidnej n. Ansin has been named
tswinman of the Committee ti Pa-
trons for the Ambassador's Ball to
take place Saturday evening, Dec.
2C. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
it will be 11 this occasion that
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, well-
known educator and civic leader,
vill receive the Eleanor Roose-
velt-lsnul Humanitarian Award in
recognition of "a lifetime of de-
voted service in behalf of her com-
munity, her country and her fel-
low man in the cherished tradi-
tion of Eleanor Roosevelt and the
proud heritage of the people of
Israel."
Serving with An-in on the Com-
I mittee of Patrons will be leading
citizens from all areas of commu-
nity life.
Ansin takes on the role of
chairman fresh from the victo-
rious completion of the United
Fund drive which he led as
Sunbeam Television Corp.. ch. 7.
\ lin nine supporter in the
struggle lor an independent is-
i el, Ansin was a member of the
first organizing council lor the
Greater Miami Israel Bond effort
m 1951, and served as the first
Israel Bond synagogue chairman
in Greater Miami. Last year, he
was honored tor his outstanding
role in furthering the growth of
Israel at the Temple Beth ShOlom-
Israel Dinner of State.
The Ambassador's Ball is held
annually under the patronage of
the Anibas-.-rior of Israel and the
Governor ol Florida and is spon-
sored by the (irentcr Miami Israel
1 Bond Organization.
Ansin is a member of an old
New England family, and a na-
tive of Lynn, Mass. He and his
late father, Abraham, founded
the Ansin Shoe Manufacturing
business in 1925.
By the lime he and his wife.
Sophie, and two sons, Edmund and
Ronald, moved their residence to
Florida in the early 4u's, they had
plants in a number of cities in
Massachusetts and in New York.
With son Ronald managing the
Anwelt Shoe Manufacturing Com-
panv in Fitchburg. N. Y.. the ma -
Ansin activities have been c<
tered in Florida for more th l
twenty \ears.
In accepting the chairmansh
Of the Committee of Patrons, A
sin said. "It is entirely appro
ate that the Ambassador's Ba
which brings together the dip
mats of many nations in a tok>
of friendship with Israel, h
been designated as the occa-i
toi the presentation of the Flean
Roosevelt I > r a e 1 Humanitari
Award to Anna Brenner Meyer
The late Eleanor Roosevelt I
longed to all nations in spirit, an -
our own Anna Brenner Meyers h
reflected this great humanitari .
| outlook in her own activities
chairman.
Prominent in numerous areas of
business, civic and philanthropic
activity. Ansin is president of
RABBI RICHARD MARCOVITZ
B'nai BVith Will Eye Activities
A presentation of the activities
>i B nai B'rlth in the field of cit-
/en hip, veterans and community
has been set for Wednes-
p.in., at the DiLido Hotel.
announced by Eli Hurwitz, ]
- lent, B'nai B'rith Council of
Florida Lodges.
ession will be conducted by
e .1 Fine-old. chairman of
\ nitl Program will
le-1 I.. Steinman. CVCA
oner elect t or District
ans and Community Affairs Com-
mission represents a merger of the
Commission on Citizenship and
Civic Atfairs and the Service
Committee for Armed Forces and
Veterans. Activities of both the
commission and the committee
pertaining to the various pro-
grams, such, a- service to disabled
veterans, employment of the hand-
i ; ci\ ii defense, observance
national holidays and blood
banks, are no i let the auspices
expanded CVCA commis-
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' reel Sisterhood will present "The Sound of Books"
on Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. in Wolfson Auditorium oi 'he Temple. A
breakfast will start the morninq followed by a fashion fhow
view by Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual leader of the
of Eruce J. Friedman's "A Mother':: Kisses." Left to
Rhea Casliman Giadwin, chairman of the breakfast;
Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, chairman of "Sounds of Books," and Mrs.
Jerome Halpern, co-chairman.
Mayor Robert King High proclaimed Nov. 23 as B'nai B nth
Day in Miami. Holding the proclamation with Mayor High
are Mrs. David Sachs, president of the Miami Council of B'nai
3'ri-h Women, and Mrs. Harold Feldman, chapter consultant.
District 5. The proclamation, which cites B'nai B'rith for "fight-
.ng bigotry and intolerance while furthering democracy and
.ntergroup understanding, was a prelude for an evening func-
tion at the Deauville Hotel, where BB Women in Miami, Miami
h and North Dade honored the president of District 5,
Mis. Cdward Gelfer. at a paid-up membership party. Some
1,000 women attended.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, December 4, 1964
Section 3
Pioneers Will Honor Mrs. Singer
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president,
Pioneer Women Club n. is an-
n uncing a Chanuka dinner in
honor of Mrs. Sarah Sinner, a long-
time worker lor Pioneer Women's
projects.
American Affairs chairman of
Greater Miami Council i Pioneer
Women for many years, she re-
cently returned from Israel and
i- being welcomed on Sunday,
Dec. 13. fi p.m., at the Royal Hun-
garian Restaurant.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff, vice
president, will lie chairman oi the
evening. Mrs. Sadie Hubert will
:\e the invocation. Guest speaker
\ nil be Mrs, Milton Green, Council
i -dent.
Entertainment is by Mrs. Fran-
ces I'atker and Joseph Hurwitz,
Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau, president,
tn spea
lui
Aviva Chapter, was to preside atTorah Congregation, was
the nexl regular meeting on Thurs- >n "Chanuk i
day, Dec. :'.. 1 p.m.. at Fust Fed- Aviva i> also sponsoring lui
eral Savings and Loan Association,cheon and card party on Thursdaj
!)iki NE 125th St. Abraham Gittle-Dec. it. i p.m., at Washington Fei
n education director of Beth cal, 6th Ave. and NE 167th St.
March of Dimes Meet Slated
Some 200 leaders of Dade County
women's organizations were to
ather for a meeting at Doral
County Club on Thursday to hear
a presentation ol the 1965 program
oi .March ol Dimes entitled "Birth
DefectsThe Tragedj and the
Hope." by Mrs. .Jackie Gutwillig,
man- advisor for the state ol
Florida.
Co-chair mi n ol this event were
to be Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, whose
late father-in-law, Franklin D
Roosevelt, lounded the March "
Dime-, and Mrs Sydney Wein
Iraub. who has served on local an I
national committees for March "i
Dimes for )2 years.
Mary Norton Fashions 'if the
Hour was to present a fashion
-iv .\. with Mrs Herbert Savage
i :,airman ol the Dade Count]
Chapter W< men's
commentator.
Committee,
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SHOW II IGll PLAYS STORY RECORDS
ALONG WITH SYNCHRONIZED FULL-COLOR FILMSTRIPS
R'.ith and .lack E. Popick, who
recently sold their No. Bay IUI.
home, have commissioned noted
r dt signer Betty Hair to
'."late ilieir new penthouse
apartment at the Belle Plaza .
1 tintingenl of University of
Miami alumni on hand for the
football classic in Gainesville
last Saturday included the Bon
ald and Norton I'allots. the Joe
Gasscn*. Robert Traurigs and
N Schif's ... To keep the trip
i" m being total loss, ardent
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male athletes also managed
aiilc.s of golf.
Karly bird reservations at the
Cancer Institute banquet Dec. 20
"ave filled up Al and Honey Pal-
"'' 'able Sharing the fes-
tivities vvtli them will be the
Mmris Greens, Ralph Sheres,
sain Kamis and Bernie Korn
lums .
Bay Harbor Islands' Muriel
and Si I Rudolph will be dinner
hosts to the Jacques Turners on
Saturday II i g h I at Westvieu
Countrv Club's "I'lie Soiree a
Paris," a posh black tie affair
starting with cocktails at "::to
. Muru l. recently named to
the National Society of Interior
Designers, will supervise the
French decor for the party,
i i t
Lila and Milton H. Nadel just
returned from a trip to Los An-
geles and Las Vegas, where they
attended the Bar Mitzvah of
Barry Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Ingber Occasion
furnished the background for a
reunion w ith relatives together
for the first time in many years
. Happy group included Bar
bars and Henry Weiner. she's the
daughter of Miamiana Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pearl, Dr. and Mrs
Berkowitl ol L. A.. Mr. and Mis
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Friday. December
i.
.Mrs. Leonard Rosen to Chair Hebrew U
man of Year Luncheon on Dec. 17
iai I R isen has accep-
iip of the Wo-

Year
Left to right are Miss Nettie Goldstein, head teacher of the Re
jigious School Department; Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Sholom; Mrs. Arthur Courshon; Vivian Shelist and
Debbie Levin.
Beth Sholom Students in Gift
At the regular Junior High
Breakfast ol the Religious School
uf Temple Beth Sholom held last
Saturday morning, Mrs Arthur
Courshon. representing her hus-
band, who is local chairman of the
John y Kennedy Memorial Li-
brary project, was on hand to ac-
eept a gift ol the Religious School.
This practice of charity is in
ping with the ethical teachin -
,t children are learning in the
school, and it helps to instill re-
sponsibility and participation in
community projects,"' explained
Nettie Goldstein, head ol the lie
- hi ol Department.
Recently, children of the school
Senior Citizens
To be Feted
Senior i I rom the N irfolk,
Jewish Community Center will
: d entertained at a special Chanu-
k party in their honor Sunday
afternoon, 2:30 p.m., by the Gol-
den Age Friendship Club of the
Miami YMHA Branch. 350 SW 16th
Ave.
The Golden Age Club of the Nor-
folk Center has planned the visit
. the highlight of a two-week va-
cation on Miami Beach.
The aftern< on includes a conceit
by the Miami Choral Group under
the direction ol Miss Bertha Bar-
ett, followed t>\ folk dancing led
5 ill Sarah Levine and Abraham
Braunschweig.
The Golden Age Friendship Club
i to all adults 55 years an I
IT.
contributed S237 to the UN1CEF
Fund, and now the entire school
is working on a project called
"Ship-a-Box to-Israel."
This i< a program In which chil-
dren of each class fill boxes with
school supplies and toys to be senl
in Israel under the sponsorship ol
the Council of Jewish Women.
The children ol the Beth Shalom
Religious Sol Iso contribute
i eklj to the Karen Ami fund.
and ai the c! si of ill-' school >ear.
they vote I r distribution among
\ in M- i haril es,
uncheon of the
. .;.'-. of the Hebrew
Greater Miami Worn
. i's Dh n was announced by
; Simonhoff, president
event ol the W >m
!>.' n, the Thursday. Dec
.; event al the Fontainebleau II"
honor Mrs, Inez Krensky
. r ; m -. ice to the community,
io ( cation and to philanthropj
\- c!: irn in id the luncheon. Mrs.
sen. whose support "I the lie-
i tiversity has honored her
,-> a Woman of the Book.'" will
preside over a program dedicated
to Hie theme. "Growth Through
Education."
Active in Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. State of Israel Bonds and BS
president ol Hebrew Academy
Women. Mrs. Rosen will chair the
function whose support has helped
to establish the Jewish National
and Hebrew University library
containing over one million vol-
ume- which serves as a student
library and as the central librar>
ol Israel
Mrs Irvinu Lehrman, president
I the Federation of Jewish Wom
en. will participate in the lunch-
eon program and deliver the in-
vocation. Mrs. Rosen announced
thai Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Ol
. hi h Mrs. Krensky i- a past Sis-
ti rhood president, h i 1 -peak at
lh( testimonial.
In a Idition to Mrs. Simonhoff
Mrs Rosen, those helping to
i eon include Mrs
Charles Charcowsky, chairman ol
the Awards Committee; previous
I an Of ."' Year llonoive- Mrs.
v a Brenner Meyprs and I 11
Jennie Gro singer; vice presidents
ol the Women's Division, Mrs.
|j Hamerschlag, Mrs Harry
Platofl an I Miss Lillian Good-
man; Mrs. .lack S. Popick and
Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro, members
el the Presidents Cabinet.
The com nittce also Includes
Mi sdames \i a y e r Abramowitz,
Ruth Johni I. Berger, A. Edv ard
I hen, Esther Cohen, Sara Czech.
David Drucker, Joseph Duntov,
Frances Entine. Myrtle Epstein.
Joseph 11 Epstein, Betty Feuer.
Sigmund Fogler and .loan Field.
Mcsdames Em i 1 Frledlander,
voMno
Abram Fox, Henrv r
OWwta. l-niis GhSJ^a
:-.. Ilarrl ,i,,i J {,0ulni
FVkK Si
1 M,,ler' Kenneth Ob
Ponve, iiirian Da
Rambam "ml J'"<
M sra
Sch*,ru b
rice R
idnick
vid Shapiri
Nathan Si
berg' Phil P F Than v^1
Turner- Abraha> 5SJS1
vinia Waldbaum. Carl 'L
Max Weitz, n \ ,
trd Mauri ,:(.rman
Herbert S (
w'finkii
ranWi Willun,
3efh 1 Program
,"" *"*! student,
Congregation Beth El Hebre"
Sunday School wiU have a (W
program. Parents will partk.pat,
and refreshments will he

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George London To Sing 'Boris1 With UM Orch.
Manning the annual Beth David Luncheon and Fashion Show
lore Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz (left) and Mrs. Philip Warshaw, co-
Ichairman.
leth David Day Luncheon Slated
annual Both David Day
lincheon Rnd Fashion Show will
We Inesday noon at Spec-
i Hall
[ Sidney Aronovitz is chair-
: ihi event. Mrs. Philip War-
- i chairman.
dels will be Beth David Sis-
members modeling clothes
> M Weber, of south Miami.
i show the latest cruise
|le< h iliday wear for the
liter season.
nment will be by Mrs
tar; Balaban, vocalist. J. Baldi
i of coiffeurs. Mrs. Mae
I is coordinator.
jjlrv Pete Silverman and Mrs.
kri'lrl Berke are in charge of
I 'Ir> Frank Rose and Mrs.
Hi rman Bo en
decoration.
are in charge of
George London, noted baritone
of the Metropolitan Opera, will be
guest soloist with the University
i Miami Symphony orchestra, Dr.
Fabien Sevitzky conducting, in it-
third pair ol subscription concerts
Dec. 13 and 14 at Miami Beach and
Dude Counts Auditoriums
'I In- will be the first appearance
with the I'M Symphony for Lon
n, who gained considerable
prominence in 1961 as the first
American baritone to sing a lead-
ing role in an opera produced in
Vioscow. London sang, in Russian,
the role ol Czar Bon- in Modes!
Moussorgsky's "Boris Godounov."
For his performance with the
UM Symphony, he will :ing a
concert version of "Boris." As-
sistirg in the presentation will
be the UM Choral Union, direct-
ed by Glenn Draper.
For the balance ol the program,
tin orchestra will present Gal-
1..id's "Sonata for Chamber Or-
chestra," BS transcribed by Dr.
Sevitzky; "Prelude to the After-
'noon of a Faun." by Debussy;
and "Till Eulenspicgel's Merry
Piank-." by Richard Strauss
Born in Montreal. Canada, of
American parents. London grew
up in Los Angeles.
After appearances with synipho.
n> orchestras and several concert
tours in the United States, he
V cut to Europe where, in 1949. he
made Ins debut at the Vienna State
Opera Company, Three years la-
ter, he made his debut at the Met-
ropolitan.
3cth Kodesh installation
Installation of Beth Kodesh Con-
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will be combined with a Chanuki
banquet on Sunday at 6 p.m.
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Friday. December
4. 1964
-~.";' and production crew Who Needs Tenbe: A dele Kay Munsv Kitmar. Stanley
Money Front row from le* are Brenda Bornstein. Ber. Strongin. Ronnie Wolk. Joe
Sachs '.--: EdeJuxn Dorothy C'.ste: Sara Neve! Rube Idels, Lilycr. Brotman. end Bob
?.-.-. Minna Bloom Dick Reuanan Lucille Brenne Tcp :cw hcrr. :e:t are Men Jacob-
-..:-:::.-:: Sere Ma:-us Evelyn Saluk Doc son Saul Rabin Abe Bornstein Bob Rcser.
Ruts Syrop and Herman Fishei Mid- rod George Saluk
bom left are Pfc 'His Docks Mumy
Who Needs Money? To be Seen at Beth David Dec. 5 to 7
Judea Women's
Member Affair
On Wednesday. 10:30 am.. Tern
jle Judea Sisterhood will hold it-
annual paid up membership affair
in the Temple Reception Hall. A
f..>hion sho featuring hand-made
knits and ensembles made by Tem-
ple members, "ill precede a noon
lurcheon
Mr- Allan Greenberg 1- In
charge of fashion coordination as-
sisted by Mrs Paul Wech-ler a*
the p.
W men modeling their own ere-
BS are Mesdames Louis Schnei-
derman. Jay Bearman. Leo Eb-
-.. Alex Grossman, Bernard
Yesaer, Leonard Kali-h Frank
Toback Joseph Klein. Melvin
Harrison, Marvin Levin. Charles
Ro-enbere. Hyman Belkin. and
Sam Schule:..r. Mr- Man el Serlun, membership
vice 't. will welcome IT
new member? I -rerhood.
Clothier Burke Praised
Clothier Austin Burkt
ent of a letter from a
known top qualit> a
complimenting him for
of a new. short porth
for men The letter
Burke for hi-
rr.an;. face- '
Burke supervise- gem-:
and tailoring for (he fir
reap,
nationally,
nufaeture-
lengQ
suit
raised
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Sl Or
Dora Stein
Chanuka Party
Dors St. .-. f
elite Cent J *
n Sat
the Social H
La-.-
man. Mr- hesl
dent Mr- -
chairman
'
Men's
.
wh Needs I
s
on
gl it Spect H
Mas
El-Carim Wives
To be Installed
N eeted officers of F.
v .rirr of the Masons I
.'ill be inst.
in the Terrace
tbi Dupont Plaza Hotel.
- beaded by Mrs Henrj >
m. president. Mrs Phil-
Gordon, Jr. past president:
Said Cantor, vice president.
Herbert Katr. corresponding
secretary; Mrs Merton Jackson.
secretary; Mrs Moe
surer: Mrs Martin
Nash, program: Mrs. Fred Aim
;'itality. Mrs. Lou SegaL re-
-.ments. Mrs Sidney Richman.
phone: -nd Mrs Frank Marks,
son.
Worshipful Master of Miracle
In in Weiner \\ ili ii
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Having 5
for Dinner?
nee 1
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ill pre-
J
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Featured performers in "Who
Needs Money?' irt Ronnie Wolk,
Joe Nevel. Evelyn Saluk. Ruben
Idels Luc e Alterman and Her-
man Fisher In all, the play has
a cast of iZ.
Facobson's <
: of Tickets, Mrs Jennie
Gordon, Mr ami Mrs Lou Seitlm.
Mr and Mrs Sam Badanes. Mr
and Mrs Aichcie Mendelson and
Mr and Mrs Joe Nuremberg;
Harold Berke. Bernard Bloom
and Mrs Lou Seitlin: program.
Bernard Bloom and Herman Bor-
en; dinner. Leonard Wolf. Charles
- ngai
' Sai lanes i Mrs Ar-
:-.
treas er, Frank R se pub-
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of Beth 1
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Eternal Light
Luncheon Set
Nor Tarn, i Sisterhood will hold
its annual Eternal Light luncheon
Wednesday n^n in the Star
Roof of the Doral Beach Ho-
tel.
Chairman Mrs Henrietta Fine.
-ted b> Vice Chairman Mr-
Hannah Ro>enfeld and Mrs Mar
lan Rubin, will introduce a pro-
gram of entertainment, including
Ben Novack and his orchestra.
JWY Auxiliary
To Hear Review
Mr- '-. Imsn pn
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Friday, Decent 4, J
...^Mbout f^ceplc and f^L
UNTIL TWO THIRTY A.M.
Nowadays, i| you staj at .1 diner ptrtj until
two4hir*r, >ou must bo htviag .1 Una timo The
jTOestj > >Jt down tot dinner at Dr Leonard
v.;a-.i Siherman s boom stayed and stayed
Gail did all of bar owa cooking, ral iwuowt
stye ., mixture al French and Italian cooker;
Judy and Paul Koson and Marilyn and Harry
Smith who had just returned from Europe brought
along. First batch of picture* th.it had boon
developed Everyone who was there. Anita and
Henrj Weiss, Hilda and Manuel Zaiac. Allan and
Dotorea Wilson, and Pr and Mrs. Jerome A
Ralaa eajoyesj the pictures and talked and talked
and had a grand time.
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I LOVE YOU TRULY
I gM rears ago. the Jack Borkos and Ralph
Hollander* lave a :5th wedding aaaiversarj
party for Matty and Bill Altman Three years
the Altmans ami the Hollanders gave the
load 01 part> for Pearl and Jack Berko
rear, the Berkos and the Altaians gave
-. : the Berke homi
Flee erne and Ralph Hollander Cocktails, din-
Mr the pool a tl ited candles al
- made a de-
r the 75 close :: u I rel-
rhe Berkes' son. Bob. a student
Gainesville, and daughter Susan Mrs Mel
Rachlefl Oea in Wli I Berke p .
love Yo Trolj on : n a touching lit-
j the He rings
this I me. but a marquise for
: -apphire for Ralph Among
guests ore Mr. and Mrs Aaron Lerner. Ji lg<
Fhilip Matspeis Mr and Mrs Jerry
Berke. Mr and Mrs H> Krieger, Mr and Mr-
David Collins, Mr and Mrs Don Frederick. Mr
and Mr;. Irvin Lmdin. Mr and Mrs. George
WeisbaOBK, Mr. and Mrs Morton Breitbart. Mr
and Mrs Phil Kopelman and Dr and Mrs Rob
ert S Altman. who are living in Miami now
while Robert is on a training scholarship at
ESOfl
aces ..
HCME AGAIN HOME AGAIN JIGGITY JIG
P.ea .-nd Borthold Strauss and Helene and
Louis Bresler are home again after a most ex-
citing tour of Europe. They got a car and
chauffeur in Paris and drove everywhere at their
leisure, including France and Italy. They were
in Munich for the Yom Kippur holiday. They
were in Budapest, behind the Iron Curtain It
was a heartbreaking experience in this town
surrounded by barbed wire There, they went to
the largi synagogue where Theodor Herzl was
Bar Mttrvah .
Suki and Nat Williams are still unraveling
the effects of the hurricane on their house: at
last the ~oof is fixed The;, were having a much
hteter ;:me in Europe than battening down for
Cleo. They drove planed, and trained through
Ireland. Austria and Italy They needed relaxa-
tion, and they got it Nat didn't even brin^
home a new recipe to try at one of their fab-
ulous parties Their friends will be satisfied
with Nat > old recipe*, however
'The Last Time I sa" Pans"" is a song that
and Stanlej Tate won't ever sing because
the> .n Pans so much They had
a most fabulous time in Europe, dropping coin-
in the fountain of Trevi l make -are that they
1 k then I
DID YOU KNOW
Marc.' Mrs silly accident ler foot last July
She manages to get around iimping more
peop have two unlirr.ping feet .
1 Burg is fin ling life very dull these
- with her husband. Julian, running back
and forth to New York on business Of course.
>he would go along e could find someone
to take care of the children, but men she doesn't
think that she could get enoueh shopping done
on one of those flying trips. Julian has discov-
ered tha' one of his old classmates is the direc
I Golden Boy. so he thinks that he'll man-
age to jet in to see that one
FRANCES LEHMAN
Chantka Session Discussion Group Meeting
AtMenorah ElTSUZ*
Chanuka School Assembly a t H'ZVh 'tJ'hbf hw "' mnb
Temple Menorah will be held on ,i',cus"on r', n ,0r'
Sunday morning. Vahit-r Jn ,e">ti
Specialty Shop At Burdine's In Dadeland
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(Just don't forget to throw out the empty box)
Religious School wili present an
.inal play entitled 'Marionette
Mutiny." directed by Cantor Ed-
ward Klein, with the assistance of
Mrs. Nathan Robinowitr.
Beth Torah Maps
New Year's Eve
Final plan- | r Belt, Torah ConJ
gregation annual \. y.,,r- -
Ball are in the fin"
There will also be a short He
brew >kit and a candle drill
Refreshment* and gifts will be will be A Winter Wonder
given to children by the Sisterhood Event in the Social Hall will
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Lean Ingber, ol Now York City.
,.,: virs. .ink Pearl, now
...,,. ,,. Las Vegas Thrill
, ;i lifetime (or the Nadels when
bumped into Mr. and Mrs.
i,'i.\ Hirsh, oi Manhattan, smack
in the middle of the Sands Hotel
lobby ft had been 15 years
since Uiey saw one another .
gut n (hem, Lila and Milton are
happily surrounded by their four,
Jeffrey 11, Bonnie 9. Ronald 6,
Uld Maria Helen. 2.

Future bride Beverly Aaronson
u,-1 ol honor at a coffee shower
Young Pianist
To Play Sunday
On Sunday, at 4 p.m.. in the
J)i.\ie Room of the Musician's Club
America, 303 Minorca Ave..
ral Cables, the public is invited
I to '..... '" by 17-year-old pianist
| \. Deich,
rn t;vi will feature the
lels ohn ( uncerto in c; minor.
I with her teacher, Virginia Urban.
I a! !hi second piano.
Miss Deich has appeared as solo-
li-i with the Miami Symphony Or-
Ichestra. the Transylvania Summer
[orchestra and on various radio
land television programs as a solo-
jiil She is the recipient of numer-
I ards and honors, chiefly the
r lal Honor Society, two-time
I of thu National Federation
I" ilusic Clubs' young artists
I nd winner of the National
I Contest, sponsored by
I umposers.' Press.
Deich attends Coral Gables
I School and is the daughter
I": Mr and Mrs. Irving Deich. of
I Cora I Gables.
WANTED:
m lady Irving in Miami city i
fniy. who is interested in making a
dollars each week, at 75c per
- on an easy sitting Job for a
I met elderly ladv. Beth David Syna-
| gogi t area. Call daughter for details
at JE 2-3058. Re.ere.ice,
o\t Isabel Cf
recently :n the home of her sis-
ter. Mrs. Leonard Levenstein,
where she will exchange marital
VOWS with Maurice Kutner on
Dec. 211. Among guests, mother
Oi the girls, Mis. Ralph Rose.
Mrs. Norman Kutner. Miss Bon-
nie Pate. Mrs. Mark Kay and
Mrs Stanley Weider .
Another bride-to-be. Judy AI
pert, also feted by her sister, Joy
(Mrs. Harold) Goldstein, on Nov.
22 at s surprise shower co-hosted
by Sheila Uromberg and Esther
Mervish Among guests were
at lea-t a half-dozen girls with
whom Judy has been Iriends
since they attended kindergarten
together Also Lee (Mrs. Bob.
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Thespian Group of Islanders
Cl apter. Women's American ORT.
will present a play, 'The Cure,"
at the next regular luncheon meet-
ing on Tuesday noon at the Roney
Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Saul Haber is directing,
and Mrs. Margaret Newman Stearn
is program chairman.
Cast members are Mrs. Florence
Kuppcrman. Mrs. Jack Lipsky.
Mrs. Joseph Canter. Mrs. Harry
White Mrs. Donald Blechman,
'Miss Eve Kallins and Mrs. Philip
Stark. Dutch Hoff is at the piano.
Mrs. Leo Cross is chapter presi-
dent, and .Mrs. Jack Vivian is in
charge of reservations.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
WELCOMES ITS SPIRITUAL LEADER
RABBI DAVID LEHRFI5LD
UPON HIS RETURN FROM ISRAEL
Rabbi Lehrfield will preach at the
Saturday morning Services, Decembei 5th,
on "THE MODERN MACCABEE."
The Community is Invited to Welcome our Spiritual Leader.
A Kirfdush in Honor of the Rabbi will Follow the Service. _____
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shopping by calling Wl 5-2993
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Men's Clothiers
495 N.E. 167th St.
North Miami Beach
order a gift eertifiyate for a
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Our representatives will enjoy
showing you our beautiful
line al your office or home. No obligation.
, rove
Surloff, who will entertain for
the future bride at a luncheon on
Sunday During the Thanks-
giving holiday weekend, Judy.
daughter >i Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Surloff, paid a visit to her fiance.
Bernard Fraden. and his par-
ents, the Harry I'ra.-iens in Jack
sonviUe.
Variety's social calendar is
bulging with really bis affairs:
Vic Levine is chairman of the
club's Past Chief Barker's Ban-
quet on Dec. 10 Miami Beach
resident Henry Oxell will bo in-
stalled as new prexy on Jan. 16
at the Deauville.
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Mrs. Martin Levinson, wife of
attorney Martin Levinson. a
captain in the U. S. Air Force
Reserve, baa been named secre-
tary of the ncwlv-formcd group
of wives of members of the Offi-
cers Club of Miami Now she
and Mrs. John Tarver, president
of the group, are making plans
for a coffee to be held at the
club next Friday.
Her ORT records so precious to
Florence Kuppcrman. she trans-
ferred to another apartment in
the same building because it had
an extra closet where they can
be housed more luxuriously .
Quel dedication .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kogan,
of Adams Ave.. have much to be
proud of these days Younger
son Stephen has passed the State
Bar examination which was good
news for him at his training
quarter.- This makes two
lawyer- in the familyolder son
Gerald is ill State Attorney Dick
Gerstein's office,
Mrs. Alex (Sally) Gordon, 240j
No, Meridian Ave.. made a trip
north to attend Bas Mitzvah of
niece. Elizabeth Cheryl, daugh-
ter ol Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H.
Goldberg, in the Rego Park Jew-
ish Center Foiot Hills. L. I .
While there, Sally will make a
quick jaunt to Gotham town to
visit daughter Linda, attending
Barnard, and do some shop-
ping .
Eileen, daughter ol" Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Strom, celebrated her
"Sweet Sixteen'' at the Doral
Beach Hotel on Friday Her
parents, brother Jack, ani
friends helped to make this an
evening to rcmcnfier Eileen,
who is interested in fashion de-
sign, hopes to make a career of
it Brother Jack belong- t >
the Nautllui Junior High Science
Club and plans on being a scien-
tist .
Mrs. Arthur (Maxinei Newman
back in her South Miami home,
alter a siege in the hospital, in
time to celebrate the third birth-
day of lovely daughter Regina.
Bride-elect Barbara Stepner to
be honored guest on Monday at
u "Kitchen Shower" given bv
Mrs. Lor"tta Lond and Mrs.
Leonard liarr Sometime in
December. Dr. and Mrs. Lester
A. Stepner will hold an open
house cocktail party for their
daughter and her fiance. Dr. Jack
Skigen, of Pittsburgh.
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MARJORIE
Marjorie continued
married: only now they
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Marjorie Frledland was a cunning youngster who loved
to piaj with 'lolls. Moving trom Philadelphia, she lived si
her father's hotel, the Shelbourne, until the troops moved
in Her parents, Hattte and Sam Fnedland, are among the
active old-timers who had a full share in the formation oi
Lhe Miami Jewish community. She remembers many in
teresttng things aboul her childhood. After all, it wasn't
so long sgo -among them, ho grown up she fell ; big dinner for General Douglas MacArthur Graduating
from s Miami Beach private high
school, she met her future hus-
band, Irving Cowan, on the beach.
The introduction took, and they
wire married a year later, when
she was sixteen
.Marjorie was quite grown up
for her age. She had been to Home.
Prance and other European conn
tries when she was only 13. She
helped act as hostess with the fab
ulous entertaining the Priedlands
did in their North Hay Rd. home.
She remembers going to meet
Moshe Shaivtt and C.olda Meir at
the airport and bringing them
back to the house for dinner
parts
playing With dolls alter she Mas
. were real ones Pel.by was born
wh< n she was it. and Cindj when she was is. It's exciting
to i>. married to the president ol the Diplomat Hotel Irving
has wonderfully exciting Ideas for the hotel and also tor
his wife some ol the novel surprise parties that he has
had for Marjorie have been the talk of the townso dil
ferent and clever She flies with htm when he goes to buy
talent for the hotel and helps him -elect it An extra trip
to Las Vegas or California is always welcome The Cowans
alao entertain a lot in their new home. When Haydon
Burns came to dinner, the Children came to the table as
thev do every night They were as well-behaved and poised
IS their mother was at that age. The lowaiis number many
celebrities among their friends. Among them are Peggy
Lee, who has panned a lovely picture for their new home
The children keep Marjorie btisj with their lessons,
dramatic and others She is on the Board of Temple
Kmanu-KI Sisterhood and IT A and the Tom Dewey Founda-
tion. Both she and her husband are on the board ot the
Nova Progressive School in Blttward County. They also are
very much interested in the Hand Foundation in Montreal
it you listen to Ka> Starr's song called "Together Again."
tbc talking part in the middle was written by Marjorie
.li-i Bishop has told her that she has a special talent tor
writing, and some daj she is going to take s stab at it
Now all that she does with that latent ability is to write
letters Marjorie can't sins nte. but she loves singing.
m [act anj kind ol music
Since lrv has a New York Office, it's all in a day's
work to run up to New York and see the new shows Travel
i* also part of then- wa> of life When the Cowans were in
Is ael on then last trip, the> met and adopted a nine-year-
ij named U n He will come to them for all t the
holidays nd sun I *< B<
iack l i Isn el lo do h stint in the servici s:' that,
. his own where he wants
etters recer ed weeklj Dunn
\, ;. heel I !
i : gay n de of the
- homey
:n two l
U
Miss Spirer Now
Mrs. Frankel
Miss Ruth Spirer. daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer. of Coral
Cables, and Michael Bruce Fran-
kel. son of Louis Frankel. of Mor-
ristown, N. J.. and the late Irene
Fiankel. were married Sunday.
\ov 29. at the Sherry-Netherland.
New York City. Dr. Joachim Prinz
performed the ceremony.
Dr. Spirer gave his daughter in
marriage She wore a gown of
candlelight silk faille with a por-
t-ait neckline. The bodice had ap-
pliques of leembroidered alencon
lace which extended into the con-
trolled skirl. The chapel train was
draped to the back and held in a
Dior bow.
Her silk veil of English illusion
nil from a matching silk faille
pillbox with lace appliques, and she
carried a cascade of white roses
and stepham.tis.
Mrs. B. David Kaplan, sister of
the groom, and Miss Barbara
Spirer. sister of the bride, were
matron and maid ot honor. Louis
Frankel was best man for his son.
and Michael Criffinger. David
Hirsch. and Gilbert Heller were
ushers
The bride is a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High and Sophie
Newcomb College. New Orleans,
where she was a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi
A graduate of Lafayette College.
Bradford Bhchrach
MRS. MICHAfl FRANKEl
the bridegroom is a security an-
alyst with L. F. Rothschild in New-
York. Weds plan lo live in New Jersey.
After a wedding trip to St. John
and Puerto Rico, the couple will
live in Manhattan.
Wichanskys Will
Live in N. J.
The former Joyce Goodrich be-
came the bride ol Barry E. Wich-
anSky on Tuesday, Nov. 24 in
Short Hills. N. J.
For the evening ceremony, the
bride selected a gown of peau de
soie and chantilly lace. The l)e||
shaped, floor-length skirt was en
circled by a border ot lace. The
empire bodice was enhanced |n
a bias fold i tlenr de lis and had a boat m ck
line and long pointed sleeves From
under a long flat fabric bow at the
boulders fell a deep, lace border-
ed chapel train.
The headpiece was [ashioned ot
lace petals edged in seed pearls
and held in place by a multi-tiered
silk illusion veil.
Daughter of Mr, and Mrs S Jerry
Goodrich, f.080 SYV 38th St.. th.
hride attended the Cniversity ol
Miami and is now at Newark State
Teachers College.
Now employed by Tel-A-Tuoe
Music in New Jersey, the bride
groom attended the Cniversity of
Miami. He is the son Ol Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wichansky ol Eliza-
beth, N. J.
Following a wedding trip through
the Catskill Mountains, the newly.
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Hanna Senesch Group
Mrs Sam Peldman. president.
unces i special meeting of the
Hanna Senesch Group oi Miami
, h Hadassah on Mondaj at the
H< tel. A film, "Had)
and i: .hung of Chanuka
,- bj I U members will I igta
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Miss Rubeinstein
Now Mrs. Chyzyk
The former Pola Rubinstein ex
changed marital vows with Mario
Chyzyk in a 2 p.m. ceremony per-
' med by Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
The Sunday wedding on Nov. 29
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel was
followed by a reception in the
twlel's Starlight Roof.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Na-
than Rubinstein, 1616 Michigan
\\e. the bnde's honor attendants
were Mrs. Julia Gold and Miss
Gilda Rubinstein, with Marcia
Rubinstein and Esther Chyzyk.
bridesmaids.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Teddy Chyzyk. Jacob Gold ush
ered.
The skimmer-shaped gown worn
by the bride was of peau de soie,
styled with a flowing cape and
train and 'rimmed with reem-
lered lace encrusted with pre-
tend pearls
Son Of Mr and Mrs David
Chyzyk. L512 Washington Ave.. the
bridegroom is a chemical engi
neer H< raduate of the I'm
versit) cf I and American
Institute of Chemical Engineer-


Enqagement of Miss Margo
Magnus to Jeffrey Marc Fund
was announced lest week bv
her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Jerome C. Mag:iu- Bronx.
N.Y. The bridegroom-to-be is
the son cf Mr. and Mrs. Rue
ben Fund. !ar.i SW 17th Ave
in- bride graduati from Norm
Miami Seniot High
li. neymooning in P eri Rt<
and the Virgin Islan -. the newly
. eds will make th, i 'me inN
York Cits

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MRS. STEVEN WARREN
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Exchange Vows
A reception and luncheon at the
rVntuinebleau Hotel followed the
lite morning wedding there of the
former Beth Rose I'llman and Ste-,
veil Alan Warren on Friday. Nov. |
Officiating rabbis were Dr. Her-
bert Baumgard and Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Israel, the bride's great-uncle.
Attending the couple were Ka>en
lichaelson, maid of honor, and
Ronald Bercolami, best man.
For the ceremony, the bride
chose a floor-length gown of satin
with a shoulder-lenuth veil (ailing
from a rose of candlelight peau de
sole, and carried an arrangement
n| roses and stephanotis.
Following a tour of Florida, the
new Mr. and Mrs. Warren will live
at 1209 43rd Ave.. Gainesville,
v here both are attending the Uni- J
versity of Florida. The bride is
a graduate ot Miami Beach High. ',
Her bridegroom is an alumnus of i
Coral Gables High.
N'ewlywed Mrs. Warren is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Temple Sinai 'Showcase'
On Sunday evening, 6 p.m.,
Temple Sinai Religious School will
hold a "Cfaamika Showcase" fea-
turing a candle ritual presented
by the Temple Nursery School un-
der the direction of Mrs. Yvette
Cole; a musfefe] by the Temple
Junior Choir; ;i chanuka "song-
arama" by the children of the Re-
ligious School; and a comedy. Re-
freshments v ill be served.
Mount Sinai
Auxiliary Meeting
Women's Auxiliary of Mount Si-
| nai Hospital will hold its semi-an-
nual meeting on Friday. Dec. 11.
9:45 a.m., iii the Louis K. Wollson
] Auditorium. Chairman is Mrs. Carl
Susskind.
Meeting will feature an illustrat-
, ed narration of the 'Hope Ship '
1 by Dr. Rudilph E. Droad, and se-
; lections by the Choral Group of the
School of Practical Nursing.
Program chairmen are Mrs.
Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Michael
Gilbert. President of the Women's
Auxiliary is Mrs. Leonard A. Wien.
Refreshments will be served.
Pacje 9-9
Eugene List
Set on WVCG
Pianist Eugene List, who won
recognition even in non-musical
circles for his performance at the
Potsdam Conference, will visit
with John Daly on "Cadillac Sun-
day Spectrum" at 7 p.m., Sunday.
Dec. 13, on Station WVCG-FM
(105.1 meg. .
List, who is credited to a large
degree in reviving interest in 19th
century American composer Louis
Moreau Gottschalk, will be heard
in two Gottschalk compositions.
The third movement of Shostako-
vich's Piano Concerto No. l will
also be featured.
Also on the program will be
Folksinger loan Baez in a new re-
cording. "Bachianas Brazilieras,"
iind a new recording by Igor Stra-
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Going through a scene of "The Fifth Season" are Stewart
Hershey. a member of Beth Sholom Temple Youth; Sara Sil
verman, who plays his mother; and Monroe Myers, who play3
Stewart's father.
"Fifth Season1 At Beth Sholom
H. Ullman. 747 W. 50th St.. and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Bred, who came from Al-
lentown, Pa., for the nuptials.
Parents il" the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund D. Warren,
1108 S. Bay short Dr.
"The Fifth Season will be pre-
sented by the Temple Thespians of
Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday-
evening.
The Fifth Season" will be pre-
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sidy Fund of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom It is being
directed by Icon Unger, who most
recently appeared with Martha
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mi Fink. Sam Slavin, Monroe Mey-
ers. Sara Silverman, Ed Ross. Na-
talie Halpert, Stewart Hershey
Dolores Wilson, Nicki Adler, and
Niety Gerson. Leon Unger also
appears in the play in the role of
Max Pincus.
'The Fifth Season" is about the
garment industry in New Yortr
City.
Candlelight Rites
Set for Sunday
The Sisterhood of Temple Zamo-
ra will held its annual candlelight-
; ing service for Chanuka on Sun-
Jay. 7 p.m.. at the Temple.
Children oi the Hebrew School
will presenl a play, and Temple
I Zamota L'SY group will also assist
in the program. Chairman of the
I 'veiling is Mrs. Joseph Ostrie.
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Her fiance is a graduate of Tu-
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where he was a member oi Sigma
Alpha Mu. He is at present attend-
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School of Law.
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Friday. December 4. 1964
Left to right at the American Jewish Congress
2a are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, member-hip chair-
man. Women's Division; Mrs. Irving B. Kap-
lan, program chairman of the day; Hendrik
3erns. guest speaker; Mrs. Joseph Albuguer-
que. president. Louise Wise Chapter; Mrs.
Fenjamin Kamen, national vice president.
Women's Diviiion; and Mrs. Yvet'? Abram
son. president, Miami Chapter.
Brunch Review
At Academy
The annu.il brunch review of the
Hebrew Academy Women will be
held on Wednesday at the school.
Rabbi Max LipschitE. of Temple
Beth Torah, will review the best
seller. "Friday The Rabbi Slept
Late." by Harry Kemelman
An art exhibit featuring the
works of the Academy's Art De-
partment under the direction of
Sandra Goldman will be on dis-
play
Brunch will be served following
a brief business meeting. Mrs.
Leonard Ro>en. president of the
group, "ill conduct the event
siop, welcomed guests and intro-
duced Josepj I. Yanich. new reg-
ional director.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro, membership
chairman of the division, acknowl-
edged the new members.
200 Attend AJCongress Women's Tea;
Hear Newspaper Analyst Hendrik Berns
More than 200 women attended of the South Florida Council ol Mrs Benjamin Kamen, national
ie annual membership tea of the the American Jewish Congress, vice president, was in charge of
Women's Division of the American delivered a tribute to the late a national contest, proceeds of
Jewish Congress held Tuesday in President. which are used to maintain the
ie form ol a tribute to the late Mr- Harvey F. Kramer, presi- Louise Wa'erman Wise Youth Hos-
President John F. Kennedy. dent of the Florida Women's Divi- 'el in Jerusalem,
Program chairman for the aft-------------------------------------
ernoon was Mrs Irving I> Kaplan.
\.lio introduced Hendrik Bern-
Miami newspaper analyst and
radio commentator He si*>ke on
The Danger ol the Extreme
I ight
Berns commended the American
.-i>. 'or.' ress on it- establish
-I ol a >' >mmittee on the Radi-
ht, which was announced
t! G Council meeting
ess on \"\ 15, with
ol Philadelphia,
- p.
, ttee i- launchini
t to i inter in-
... 'it activities
ur n. financial support
right wing extremists from ma-
jor corporations, and invoking the
lajrncss rule ol thi Federal Com-
munications Commission requiring
individuals or organizations
i *der "personal attack" n radio
i television be given the right of
i eply.
Rabin Leon Kronish, president
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Workmen's Circle
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The 17th anniversary of Work-
men's Circle Branch 1030 and the
eighth anniversary of Branch 1056
will be celebrated on Saturday. 7
p.m.. with a Supper and dance at
the Miami Beach Lyceum. 25
Washington A
Music will be by Stan Koloff's
Crescendoes, and Karen Bloom will
entertain
In charee ol reservations are
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Sunday Morning
Beth David Religious School will
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Sunday in one session from 10 to
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Hersch Bernian will present the
Bel I Class in a Chanuka candle
drill in Hebrew. The Aleph I Class
of Mrs. F.lsie Stiebel will offer a
radio play. "The Burning Torch.'"
Participating are: program an-
nouncer. Debra Adler; soldier.
I"' aticine Berkowitz; narrator.
John Shiekman; captain. Gail
Silver; voici Daniel Leibow; reu
hen. Michael Medvin; other voice
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A son fet. led by Cantor Wil-
liam \\ l. ps n, ill be followed
by latkes served in Spector Hall,
courtesj ol Beth David Sister
Parents an l friends have been
invited
Women CPA's to Meet
The Miami Chapter of the Amer-
ican Society ol Women Account-
ants will hold its dinner and meet
ing on Tuesday, 6:80 p.m.. at th<
McAllister Hotel. Jack Cooner.
Certified Public Accountant, will
address the fcrcup on "Carrlbeai
and Othe^F.i i-n Corporations."
Social Club
Chanuka Party
Miami Friendly Social Club is
planning a Chanuka party for Sun
day. 2 p.m.. at Beth El.
Dora Stem Sisterhood of Israel
ite Center will present "Malka
Bakes Latkes," based on the radio
and Tv show, "The Goldbergs."
Refreshments will oe served.
The club's New Year's eve af-
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ment, music, dancing and refresh
ments* has been set for Dec. 31
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Club president is Max Garshag.
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R'.vkind Andrew Guterman Gory Schweitzer Laurence Saffer Gary Hackear Bernard Ellison
f^ar ^THitzvali
O \'\ Rackear
Rabbi Sol La i) dau, of
bid. O and Cantor William
on will officiate at services
Urday morning. Doc. 5. at
vid Synagogue when Gary
1 son ot Mr. and Mrs. .lack
|r. 13725 SW 74th Ct, will
rMitzvah
attends eighth grade in
to Junior High, where he
the French horn in the
band. Mis hobbies include
rving, sculpture, and work
cr.
nt for the occasion will be
.Mrs. P Begun, Gary's
grandparents, of Los
and Mr and Mrs. II.
grandparents, ot Miami
Kiddush following the services will
I be hosted by the parents.
Gary is a:i eighth grade student
j it Slvnandoah Junior High.
*
Andrew Guterman
Andrew, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harold LeRoy Guterman, nio N\v
17 Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Dec.
5 at Temple A.l.ith Yeslnirun. with
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor
Maurice Neu officiating.
Andrew attends Parkway Junior
High School, is a member of the
Philadelphia and South Florida
hnrpetological Societies and is
also a student ol biology and zoo-
logy.
He is a member of Boy Scout
Troop 238 and a United States
Navy League Cadet at the U.S.
Naval Reserve Training Center in
Miami.
A reception in his honor will be
' held Saturday evening in the r'on-
tainebleau Hotel.
Andrew is the grandson of the
late Justice and Mrs. Benjamin
Guterman, Mrs Amelia Kirstein,
and the late Slurilf Frank Kirstein
Sr.. of Prince Edward County. \ a.
Laurence Saffer
On Saturday morning, Dec 5.
during services at Temple Or
Oloin. conduced by Rabbi Samuel
April and Cantor Nico Feldman,
Laurence Saffer will be Bar Mitz-
vah.
An eighth made honor student
at (Hades Junior High, the cele-
brant is a spoils enthusiast, lie
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Sailer and grandson of Mr. and
Mis. Hairy_J>aIier and Ml. ')
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg.
1'arents of the Bar Mitzvah will
honor him at the Kiddush following
the ceremony and at a reception
Sunday evening at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
Alan Jacobson
Temple Nor Tamid was the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Alan
Jacobson during services con-
ducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovlta
on Saturday morning. Nov. 28.
Alan is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and attends the Tem-
ple's Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jacobson.
811 86th St.. tendered a reception
in their son's honor.
Betty Yanowitx
On Friday evening, Nov. 27.
during services conducted by Rab-
bi S. T. Swirsky at the Israelite
Center. Betty Vanowitz was P
Mitzvah.
Betty is a member of the Stu-
dent Board ;:t POTfce Junior High
and plays the accordion.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Vanowit/.
will honor their daughter at the
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ice.
-
Paula Zuckerman
Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
: Albert Zuckerman. 17120 NE 11th
. Ct.. will celebrate her Bas Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
on Friday evening, Dec. 4.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ot
ficiate and present Paula with a
Bible on behalt of the Mollie Ka-
hancr Sisterhood.
Paula is i member of the pre-
confirmation class at Beth Tor ah
Religious School.
Noted Zionist To be Speaker
Bernard Ellison
Daniel M. Low y will of-
the Bar Mitzvah of Ber-
ttph. sou of Mr. and Mrs.
|llison. during services Sat
Dining. Dec. 5. at Temple
is a ninth grade student
Miami Junior High
[He has attended Temple
Igious School tor the past
rs.

Mark Rivkind
aan ot Mr. and Mrs. I.eon-
RIvTrtnd. H80 Nautilus Dr.,
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
Bing, Dec 5. at Temple Beth
with Rabbi Leon Kronisli
ng
is a Indent of the Beth
Confirmation Class of 5726.
i
JGfli" Schweitzer
^ou i Mr and Mrs I -
ar. I 0 SW 35th Ave will
tzvah on Saturday morn-
f>. at T< mple Zamora.
; i I Brooks and Can
)ickson will officiate. A
Jacob C. Fishman, chairman ol
Ihe Weekly Zionist Luncheon Club
sponsored by the Miami Beach Uis
trict of the Zionist Organization of
America, has announced that Dr. i
Morton J. Bobbins, noted physi-
' cian and Zionist leader, of Nashua,:
N. II.. will be guest speaker at the
next meeting ol the club on Wed-j
Inesday, 12:15 p.m., at the Rite I
Plaza Hotel.
Dr. Robbins. who is a member
of the World Zionist Actions Coni-
j mittee. will soon depart for the
2(ith World Zionist Congress to
start in Jerusalem at the end of
December.
One of the founders and honor
ary president of the American
Physician's Fellowship Committee
oi the Israel Medical Association,
he is also the founder and presi-
dent of Camp Young Judaea ol
.New Hampshire and honorary pres-
ident of the New England Zionist
Region.
Dr. Robbins will discuss "Prob-
lems Facing the 26th World Zion-
ist Congress.'' The Luncheon Club,
which is open to the public, will
also hear a news report from Dr.
Abraham Wolfson.
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Golf Ridge Villas was built by
Robert Murphy, contractor of Hol-
lywood 'l'h first of five building -
. now ready fur immediate 0CCU-
pi ncy, according to Kit Carson,
i lie ol the principals in the multi-
million dollar, 80-unit complex,
The building is a two-story co-
lonial design containing to one
and two-bedroom apartments and
erlook a goll course. Each ol
the living quarters features a pri
vate. screened patio fronting on
the course.
Officers of the corporation are
Carson, president, and Vincent
R. Nee, vice president, who de-
clared that "when you become a
Golf Ridge Villas resident, your
family receives one year's free
country club membership, with
ail privileges, including unlim-
ited free green fees on the 18-
hole championship golf course."
Both are major investors in the
North Dade Country Club.
Apartments range in price from
59.950 to $12,000. Price includes
individually-controlled central heal
I air-conditioning, eye-level Hot-
point range and oven and lilt.
double door refrigerator, garbage
disposal, double compartment kit-
chen sink. 30-gallon hot water beat-
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kitchens and baths, plus the one-
year country club golf member-
ship. S.T.
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Southgate Hadassah Group held
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Slegel conducting the candlelight-
ing ceremony. Mrs. Joseph Rosen
berg is president of the group.
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4. 1964
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U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper was ernes' speaker
at a Temple B'nai Raphael meetinq memorial-
izing the assassination of the late President
"ohn F. Kennedy on Sunday, Nov. 22. Left to
:ight are Mac Marks; Bert Levy, president; Stu
Wagner, program chairman; Rep. Pepper, who
discussed some of h's personal experiences
lenki and Roaer Sabastier, vice president and
;~pectively of the Creative Group, are being con-
ak Fontaine, the "Crazy Guggenheim" of the
Show. The Creative Group is an affiliate of
ommunications Incorporated, with offices in
: and Miami Beach.
w:th the late president; Rabbi Harold Richter.
spiri'ual leader of B'nai Raphael, who offered
the eulogy; and Cantor Jack Lerner, who
chanted the memorial liturgy. A script de-
picting highlights in the career of President
Kennedy, was read by Mr. and Mrs. Stu Wag-
ner.
Post Office
Wins Award
E. M. Dunlap. postmaster, an-
nounced that tor the second time
in recent years, the Miami Post
Office has been awarded the Na-
tional Safety Councils Certificate
of Achievement tor the safe opera-
tion Of it> truck fleet
The Miami fleet was one of 98
postal fleets competing for this
id. which "as given to those
fleets whose accident-frequency
rates showed a significant reduc-
tion below their average rates for,
the two preceding contests and
were below the average rate for
the entire group. Six other fleets \
fn in this group of 98 also won this
aw a ill
An award ceremon) was held at
the Biscayne Annex, .'121 \\V 2lst!
St., on Tuesdaj at 2 p.m.
Yesl an Ladies Brunch Tuesday
Y shurun Sister- i I featun >hion
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Phone HI 6-7854
Nights Sundays Holidays
Phone MO 1-8349
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Phone NE 4-9251
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1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
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lisintss Phone JE 1-1025
Residence Phone JE 4-2503
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Renault Agency
Foreign Car Parts & Service
2190 SW 8th STREET-Ph. 373-5436
15985 W. DIXIE HWY.
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WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET
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351 N.E. 79th Street
' 5314
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(Room 514) 420 LINCOLN ROAD Ph. 538-0277
Miami Beach, Florida


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December 4, 1964
+Jewish fhridiain
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A- c nieetinq of the board of the Jewish Con-
: Home of South Florida are (left to
r;gh1 standinq Sam Yudin, Mrs. Helen Horn-
Mrs. Geri Kunken, Sid Sieqel, Edward
Elkin, Mrs. Lillian Townsend, Mrs. Ann Bleck-
er. Mrs. Esther Topper, Mrs.. Ann Herold. Mrs.
Dora Roth, Mrs. Ann Rosenfield, Mrs. Sarah
Keiser, Mrs. Ida Koskoff, Mrs. Rose Ecker.
Seated (left to riqht) are Mrs. Edward Elkin,
Mrs. Fannie Yudin, Mrs. Ray Lieberman and
Nathan Roth.
Sherman Will Chair Israel Cavalcade Here
\i Sherman, past president ol
iami Beach District ot the
Organization ol America,
nil chair the "Israel Cavalcade
Stars 19U5'* presented at the
Beach Auditorium on Sun-
ening, Dec. 27. by the South
, Districts of the Zionist Or-
_.:i:/.iiion ot America.
This will be the sixth annual con-
M-rt which brings to Miami out-
standing artists and entertainers
: Israel in a one-evening per-
[i rmance ol popular, classical, Is-
raeli and international music.
Sherman, who is a graduate
l'forney, has been active in
Chicken Specialty Dineries
George Milhet, president of the
Chez Milhet ottering service, will
open .i chair, of chicken specialty
- in 1965. A lease has been
for the first one in the
i i-t section Ol Miami to
n January. The name. House
ken, has been registered in
I rida.
many civic projects. He has
served as chairman of the Box-
ing Commission of the City of
Miami Beach, is a past president
of the Presidents Council, 100
Club of Dade County, and Men's
Club of Temple Menorah. He has
also served as chairman of Bonds
for Israel for the North Shore
area, is a past president of the
South Beach Men's Club and di-
rector of finance for the Boy
Scouts of America.
Jewish Education and was chair-
man of the Bureau's recent dinner.
He is also a member ot the Board
ot Governors of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. World Committee for
the Physically Handicapped and of
Knights of Pythias.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz, of
Temple Menorah. a past president
of the North Shore Zionist District,
and Bernard Katz. a veteran Zion-
ist leader, "ill serve as co-chair-
men of the cavalcade
Abe Rubin has been appointed
ticket chairman; Ben Ciller, presi-
dent Ol the Miami Beach Zion Dis-
trict, patron chairman; Josh Rep-
bun. chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Youth Commission,
treasurer; Paul Kuitney. arrange-
ments chairman; Dr. Morton J.
Bobbins ami Mortimer May. na-
tional advisors. Sherman has an-
nounced thai proceeds of the an-
nual affair are earmarked for lo-
cal and Israeli youth work of the
ZOA and for camp scholarships.
Mrs. Barbara Heiken i> coordin-
ating the concert.
HOLIDAY CHEER TO ALL MY FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
BILL MARCUS
E. McBRIDE, LIQUORS
734 N.E. 125th Street North Miami
PL 7-1160
HAPPY CHANUKA
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540 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5361
VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
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JONES CHEMICALS, INC.
SWIMMING POOL CHLORINE BLEACH
CHLORINE GAS FOR WATER WORKS AND
SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
"SUNNY SOL"
14400 N.E. 20th Lane North Miami
Wl 7-1461
Holiday Greetings
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PEST CONTROL SERVICE
Subterranean Termite Control
Nylon Tent Fumigation
All Work Guaranteed
Free Inspections & Estimates
3990 NW 30th AVE
2990 NW 40th ST.
Ph. 634-9744
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Mickey's Upholstering
Manufacturing Furniture Frames
98 West 22nd Street Ph. 883-2584
Hialeah, Florida
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TROPICAL TREASURE
BONDED RETAIL FRUIT SHIPPER
7420 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PL 1-0363
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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GINSBERG & SON
BONNIE
FASHIONS, INC.
DRESS MANUFACTURER
1901 N.W. 1st AVE.
Ph. 377-1876
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
J.C.S. Engineering &
Development Corporation
JOB SHOP, COMMERCIAL HEAT TREATING
AIRCRAFT & INDUSTRIAL PARTS
SPRINGS-ALL TYPES
211 West 22nd St., Hialeah TU 8-7911
HIALEAH
TO ALL
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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- NO WAITING -
754 FLAGAMI BLVD.
Ph. 221-9779
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.)
9!
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HAPPY
CHANUKA
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J. Rosnick
and Family
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETNGS
Richard Ives Jim Conway
READY POTATOES
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE NE 5-4437
Season's Best Wishes
HUDSON SERVICE
Same Location 17 Years
Tires Tubes Batteries Tire Recapping
ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE
Wheel Aligning and General Repairs
Phone 633-6988
1185 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37, Florida
TOMMY HUDSON, Owner
TO ALL GREETINGS
CONNIE'S SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
ALL KINDS SEPTIC TANK WORK
7035 NW 43rd STREET
Ph. 888-3495
GREETINGS!!
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GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE FR 3-2509


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Rights at Annual Conclave Dec. 13
Judah Maccabeus Entering Jerusalem in Triumph
V "-or the Other Per
Import-
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The r;_'it. ol the teacher and
Farband Will
Greet President
Zionist Or-
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lei Conchck Farband La-
r Zionist Or-
res i d ent.
hi. u i f e .
M r Bonchek. Wom-
en.- DI v i s i o n
Farband p r e s i -
dent, on Satur-
da> evening at
the Di Lido Ho-
tel
R a li > i Leon
Kronish will in-
ice the guests in Thursday evening, Dec 3.
: Branch of Farband was
n "Blue Criss and
Shield'' from the Farband
the Southern Dis.
ist returned from
y irk.
Held at Washing! m Federal.
i Washi: gton Ave refresh-
i rvecl at the
. nthision ol the meeting
Program ol entertainment will
lude th Miami Community
r the direi lion Ben
Vcmei itorio C lombo, cellist
on. formerly of the
isn Art Thi itn and Esther
pii
in chat. ticket for the Join!
rtakii (ii ancial si
Mr.* I-..ac Unterman, Bia
' i ;. .. I Pan ess, Le
William Beck", ith. I
i Chaet, c h a i m
lender Wolson, Cuban
: the five branches,
on Manuel Burstein,
eph P Zui kei muel Gal-
i I '! i i Levin* will
i its at thi Saturday functi in
tONCNCK
Rabbi LehrfieEd
Back from Israel
Kneseth I raeI Coi
E iclid Ave. welcomes it.
spiritual leader Rabbi David
on his return from Is-
i eal
i Lehrfield will preach at
Saturday morning service- on
"The Modern Maccabee." The com-
munity i- invited t. welcome him
Kiddu-h in honor ol the Rabbi
ill follow the service
Dora Stein Sets
Bazaar Sale
Public i> invited to 8 white ele
pliant and bazaar -ale by Dora
Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Cen-
ter to be hell in the Social Hall on
Sunday, Dec. 13, 12 to 4 p.m.
Included will be home-made
raket and proceeds go to the Re-
ligious School
Mrs Chester Leiter is president.
.Mrs. David Schwartz is chairman.
:hc the stu lentbow do
>re> eh other?
Youth and the world of adult
irityhow do t
feet
The rights and the
ts of girls

Y and thi .<> club
feet each
their rights affi I
Stall nat [thi!

Schermer Named
Guest of Honor
At School Dinner
! hermer. a resident I
: 1946, I was
njmi est ol u. not foi I
irship dii
the Mesi ta H ol
Th( ;e:it came fr >m
Ri bbl M n .- Horo\ itz, Mesivta
I llyman Galbut. din-
ner chairman at the event
Mesivta's dinner to raise scbol
.:--hip funds for students will be
S/CMUND SCHEME*
Di i 11 at the Fontainebleau
. ill ticket sales are well
o\ er the 3 0 mark Horovitz and
Galbut said more than 600 person-
I expected to attend the event
for the only Hebrew-English hiqh
Schermer, who has been active
in Mesivl.i affairs since the
school originated, is a member
of the Zionist Organization of
America and a Mason.
He came to America in 1920 from
Europe and settled in Youngstown,
where he was a steel worker
and had a wh ness.
lie then m ved to Detroit, where
hi married He and Mrs Schermer
iwo children
I the reno-
rs for the Mesivta High School
n the locatii n was moved from
\ rmandy I.-le to Alton Rd. earlier
thii J ear.
Inclu led in the announcement
>jI Schertn appointment a -
' 11 ho r as the namini
a Dinner Committee to work with
the arrangements committee which
v a- announi ed last week
Dinner Committee members
are Abraham Dlatt, Nathan Gins-
burg, Moses Grcndwerg, Pauline
Grundwerg, Max Gutmann, Ja-
cob Kaurman, Aaron Lauer.
Ben Lerner, Isidore Spelter, Sam
Waldmar, Joseph Weishaus, Joe
Zalis, Zvi Berjer, Martin Genet,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz,
Seymour Eisenberg, Harry Ros-
enberg, Murry Rosenberg, Ben
Stern, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Ma-
koveky.
Local rabbis were also named
to the Dinner Committee. They in-
clude Rabbi David Lehrlield. Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky, Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff. Rabbi Sherwin Stau-
ber. Rabbi I'hinea- Weberman.
Rabbi Berel Won
Judah Maccabeus enters Jerusalem in triumph in the year
3,600 B.C.E., cfter driving the hated Syrian King and 'yrant
Antiochus from the Holy Land. Chanuka. which will close
with the lighting oi the eighth candle Sunday night, celebrates
this event, as wpII a: the cleansing of the defiled Temple and
the miracle of the burning of a one day's supply of sanc'fied
oil for eight cays in the Ner Tamid until a fresh supply could
be prepared. Chanuka is thus known as the Festival ct the
Lights.
Zimmerman Will
Head Guild
Dj\ii! Zimmerman was installed
as the new president of the Men s
Fashion Guild of (Greater Miami
at the group'.- 17th annual beet-
steak dinner Tuesday night at the
Deauville Hotel Handing over the
fter t" straight terms
. as Irving Berlin.
Other new officer- in-tailed in-
clude Al Ledina and .lay Kaiser,
i!"-! lents. Harry Steiger,
secretary; and Al Leslie, treas-
urer
More than 200 Guild members,
their employees, local govern-
ment officials and civic leaders
gathered in chef's hats and
aprons for the dinner and to
watch the Guild's annual presen-
tation of checks to University of
Miami and local causes.
Television News Director Ralph
.... k delivered th< featured re-
the dinner
In addition to a si holarship fund
eck to L'niversity ol Miami.
i Guild made pri ent itions ol
ntributions to United
Fund, Mount Sinai Hospital and
Variety Children's Hospital
5in< in in 1947, the
1 imposed ol men's
U ilc- thr iugho it Dade County.
- i ited in excess ol 150.000
to local causes, including it- uni-
verj.it> scholarship fund,
Kinney Corp. Expands
Kmne.. Service Corp. a public
company and parent company ol
Riverside Memorial Chapels, has
purchased the nine chapels of the
Walter B. Cooke chain in New
York for .>;i undisclosed sum. The
Kinney corporation, according to
l i nard Zilbert, vice president of
Riverside here, now includes in its
In Idings the large-t funeral home
Organisation in the country The
name Cooke will be retained. The
k E Campbell funeral home,
in New York are also part of Kin
nej
TO ALL GR:
Mechanical Service -
All Makes
Polishing Lubric
PIKE'S
STANDARD SERVICE
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
1428 NW 14th AVENUE
NE 5-1728
O'NEAL
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SEPTIC TANKS
CIEANEO and REPAIRED
INSTALLATIONS
FIEE INSPECTIONS
DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED
Since J927 Some locution
1368 N.W. 29th Street
Phone NE 5-6431
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
NEKA'S
HKST.W KA.VT
JUST GOOD FOOD
"ICE COLD BEER"
315 S.W. 2nd AVE
Ph. 374-9449
TO ALL
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
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CATERING
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS
1 N.E. 40th STREET Miami
Ph. 757-5763
Laura and Al Ncson
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JEWELRY BY CONSTANTINE
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLOWERS INC.
FLOWERS & BONDED FRUIT SHIPPING
6443 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 757-8546
GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN
HI IC KII 16 LYDEN
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
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Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital
holds a membership coffee at the Imperial
House apartment of Mrs. Samuel Rost. Shown
pouring from her antique silver English Tudor
coffee service last week is Mrs. Rost as stand-
ing by are Mrs. Harry C. Schwartz, member-
iliary president; Mrs. Charles Milkes, member-
ship co-chairman; and Mrs. Carl Susskind.
vice president of membership. Also helping to
pour was Mrs. Marvin Silvers, vice president
of ways and means. This was the second in
a series of membership coffees that included
a coffee at the home of Mrs. Harry C. Schwartz
on Oct. 27, and one at the home of Mrs. Carl
Susskind on Dec. 1. Anther membership cof-
fee for the wives of medical and dental staffs
of Mount Sinai Hospital will be held at the
Lowens'in Nurses' Residence next Tuesday.
George Bass
Passes Away
OTHtR OStTi P4G 10-C
George II. Bass, of 1627 SW 10th
St., ler "i the A. e Hy Sign and
I; js Bu leti i Co died Not
Mr. Bass came here from New
york Citj ic yeai ago and v. as
a vice president of Congregation
Beth El and board member "i Con-
re ;ation Beth Tfilah and Greater
Miami Cemeterj Association.
Son of the late Rabbi and Mrs.
Abraham M Bass, he is survived
b; his wife, Lotti; one son. Jer-
ome, a graduate of Yeshiva Uni-
versity; a daughter, Elaine Rae,
an honor student at the Univer-
sity of Miami; three brothers.
Dave and steven. of New York.
and Sam. of Miami; three sisters,
Mrs. Helene Washer, wife of Rabbi
Judah Washer, Teaneck, N. J.;
Mrs. Lillian Cooper, wife of Kabbi
Samuel Cooper, Charleston, W.
Va., and Mrs. Mollie Tobnovsky,
Miami.
Services were held Nov. 20 at
the Riverside Douglas Rd. Chapel.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE Or PUBLICATION
IN l r,c itt, LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOH DADt
COUNT/. IN CHANCERY
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Opti-Mrs. Plans
Cocktail Party
Cocktail party drinks will cele-
brate the successful fund-raising
affair of the Opti-Mrs. Club of Mi-
ami Beach.
Welcome \o new member- and
a toast to a Happy New Year is
al'o on the program. The meeting
will be held at the Barcelona Ho-
tel on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett, program
chairman of the day. win intro-
duce Mrs. M. Richards, head of
public relations for
sponsors.
.Mrs. Louis Pilzer is president ol
the group.
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Seen in Knoxville. Tenn.. a' the recent convention of the South-
east Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the Southeast
Council oi Union of American Hebrew Congregations are Mrs.
Morris E. Greene and Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, of Temple Israel
Sisterhood, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cherkas, of Temple Beth
Am. congratulating Marion Ross, of St. Petersburg, newly-
eiected president of the Southeast Council (far lef).
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Chicago Club Meeting
Over 300 members and friends
I ii .. ( ],,, igo Club gathered at
tl Deauville Hotel on Sunday for
annual party. Extend-
, tii ven Samuel Perl
I pres li nt, il" w a rd
I, and Harry C.
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Honor Leaders
At Services
Temple Emanu-El will honor
. ^.i....... two of its most active than
n 1613 VII n Rd.. has announc- ,, Saturday at Sabbath services,
ons to single events an(j :,, a tribute luncheon follow-
;,- n sold, but that there ing ;lt the DiLido Hotel.
r main balcony locations for
the six-event series.
American Ballet
Theater Sunday
hth annual membership sub-
.. series of the Commu
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by Herman Loven
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United Notional
Names Payne
Inhn H. Payne Jr.. who last week
assumed his duties as a director
and executive vice president of
the Miami Beach First .National
Bank, has also been named to the
Board of Directors of the new
United National Bank, according to
Frank Sin ithers Jr., president of
both banks.
United National, downtown Mi-
ami's first new bank In ii years,
opened recently with a record cap
italization oi S3 million,
Musician MarLs
26rh Anniversary
Children Will
Be Beneficiaries
Breathless children will be ben-
efactors of the Breath of Lite
Chapter's annual fashion show and
luncheon, to be held at Kings Bay
YacSrt Club on Tuesday at 11:30
a m.. announces Mrs. Marvin Sok-
. president.
Members will model a collection
1 I Cole of California Fashions.
Guests Of the chapter will be
Mrs. Russell Moranor and daugh-
ti i Denise, who just returned
home to her family from the Den-
ver Home.
oscar Mamber and Irving Schatz-
,,.,.-,, will be cited "for their de-
nted service to the Temple for a
combined total of over 26 years."
Schatzman has served as cnair-
man of the Ushers Committee
for over 16 years. "He has be-
come an instrtotion within the
Temple," Joseph M. Lipton,
president, said, "and we grate-
felly acknowledge his constant
and untiring service to Emanu-
Aci in ii list -i ihnny
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in the
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ter tour."
midwest and east
vith various well
k n .i w ii orches-
Gourmet Buffet
Slated Nightly
"Everything is all set for our
dining room premiere Dec. 10,
reports Marty Berger, owner Ol
the Old Forge, 432 Arthur Godfrey
Rd. Featured will be a nightly
Gourmet Buffet served from five
to ID. There will also be an a la
carte menu available, and steaks
will he served until 5 a.m.
Jack l.ebu will continue as pian-
ist in the Old Forge lounge. Hos-
tess at the door will be Dorothy
Maurice who will be greeting the
numerous friends she has made
throughout the year- when, with
husband Rl Iph. the Maurices op-
>d a eak house on Collins
, nii Forge head chef
;.. ch rle Husbands, who was as-
well-known Gour-
M i ters .;., i r : in H illywood, and
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IN COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
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noticc of intention to make
applica; ion for final
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r,.iiniv Judsi "I i'.ni' County. Fioi -
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' ORDER TO APPEAR
Vif JOYC M. K '
. Virginia,
ras. lie organ- ,, ,,. i io
ized his 0 W n
orchestra as an
18 year-old and
the Congress Hotel
MASJtRS
appeared at
in Chicago.
In recent years. Masters and his
orchestra have concentrated on
supplying music for many social,
civic and club functions in C.reat-
i- Miami. They also play at many
conventions on Miami Beach and
lor business and corporate affairs
in the area.ST.
the Complaint for divorce on Ptaln-
:;,'>,;,,;:, liEfr. Miami. ">:'-. "tf
tll ii original in the """ "' '"
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Lipton continued, 'has served
with selfless dedication in his po- Galaxy of Sfars
-ition for a period of ten years.
and we are deeply grateful tor his
continued devotion to our Tem-
ple."
On Sunday, Dec. 13. 8 p.m.,
the North Miami Beacb Auditori-
um Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
NOTICE UNDER
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of reservations. Temple otlice.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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^Jewish Floridian
Mim':-
Florida, Friday, December 4, 1964
Sec'ion C

Mrs. Harriet Ehrhard (center), sponsor of the Younq Scientists'
Research Program in the Dade Countv schools, accepts a
scholarship plaque from (left to right) Mrs. Melvin Harrison.
Mrs. Bert Saul and Mrs. Paul Furman, members of the Phi
Sigma Sigma Alumnae Scholarship Committee, as Dr. Milton
Scslaw, research director of the National Children's Cardiac
Hospi'al and founder of the Young Scientists' Research Pro-
grcm. looks on. The plaque bears the names of the scholar-
thip winners presented annually by Phi Sigma Siqma Alum-
nce to members of the Younq Scientists' Research Proqram.
Rabbi Directs Youth Groups
Urs. Herbert Seltman anil Mrs.
I Leon Darlow, co-chairmen of Youth
Groups of Temple Or Olom, an-
touncfl both the Junior and Scn-
or Teen-Age Groups of Temple
>r niom are functioning through
llAY under the direction of Jack
ft...riin.
Rabin, a senior at the Univer-
titj of Miami, has been a mem-
ber of USY since seventh grade,
ittended three USY conventions
,: many regional conventions.
He a member of the newspaper
stall of USY chapter and is
and president of the High
YMHA club. Sigma Lamb-
\ ii ensed Sunday School teach-
r wth courses in psychology and
mel ds, be is a graduate of the
High School of Greater
This is bis first year B3
director of the Temple Or
Youth Group.
Officers of the Junior USY of
Temple Or Olom are president,
Marc Hammer; vice president,
Lorraine Loftig; secretary,
Sher I Markowiti; treasurer,
Windy Sloan; and sergeant-at-
rm;, Arnold Harris.
s Of the Senior USY "I
" or Olom are president,
liose; vice president, Mark
cretary, Eileen Nelson;
B'nai Raphael
Discussion Group
n. of Congregation B'nai
discussion group was
- mday at the home of Dr
Ii s. Alan Solov..
miurn was on the recent
ence ol the Southeast Reg
the rmied Synagogue. Topic
V;,- Tools "f .leui-h Survival."
ol Ihe talks were also
yed.
i a discussed were also the
nl problem of intermarriage
' il relates particularly to the
:e students.
I- heard on Ihe tapes were
Miiiton Siesal. head of United
igue Department on Educa-
and Rabbi Morton Loilman.
registrar of the Teachers College
' Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
' bbi Harold Richter spoke at
Temple Beth Torah last Tues-
3 nn (he topic. "South Amen
1 Jewry," as part of Beth Tor
S Adult Study program.
Agudath Israel
Social Meeting
A social meeting of Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute Sisterhood
was planned lor Tuesday evening
in the synagogue.
Plans were made for installa-
tion Of officers recently elected.
with Mrs. Emanuel Marin Blumen-
fdd accepting the post as presi-
aent.
Other oflicers on the slate are
Mrs. Nathan Lubm. Mrs. Sam
Klein, Mrs. Jessie Friedman. Mrs.
Helen llir.-chorn. vice president;
Mrs. Adolph Stern, treasurer; Mrs.
Henry Steckler. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Mildred Stolbach, re-
cording secretary; Miss Trudy
willner. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Frank Fine, cultural direc-
tor; Mrs. Elliott Perry Ever, so-
cial secretary; Mrs. Rose Hayes,
publicity director.
Honorary presidents are Mrs.
Frances Uliian and Mrs. Rose
Sieglried.
Board of Directors are Mrs. Dina :
Babok. Mrs. Ethel Barg, Mrs. Me
Ishulam Cohen. Mrs. William Co-,
hen, Mrs. Benjamin Dukel, Mrs..
i Morris Eeklman. Mrs. Max Gold-
, berg. Mrs. Joseph Gritz, Mrs. Na-
than Halpcr. Mrs. Samuel Hersh-
kowitz, Mrs. Anna Isaacs, Mrs.
Mrs. Abraham Jaeger, Mrs. Al-
bert Katzman, Mrs. Samuel Lan-
ger. Mrs. Israel Lederfain. Mrs.
Samuel Molbcgat, Mrs. Harry
Roth, Hn. Sarah Schoenbrot. Mrs.
Arthur Schiagenheim, Mrs. Sam-
uel Segerman, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair,
Mrs. Rachel Sterngass, Mrs. Louis
Tcitler, Mis. Harry Tepperberg.
Mrs. Mildred Waldstein. Mrs. Em-
crich Wcisz, Mrs. Phillip Yasser
Mrs. Bluinenfcld was the first
president of Congregation B'nai
Solomon Sisterhood, president of
many years at the Talmud Torah
Ahavath Reyim Sisterhood, and
chairman of affairs at the Lechem
Aneem Charity Society, all in
Brooklyn. X. Y.
Mrs. Richard Lit'(riqht) was one o! the Suburban Leaque mod
els at the Leaque's successful lashion show beneht for Vc
riety Children's Hospital. She is seen with (left to riqht) Mrs
Edward Feldman, co-chairman; Mrs. Arthur Pepper, president
and Mrs. Morris Levitt, commentator. The annual luncheo:
at Kinq's Bay Country Club was amended by seme 40C merr.
bsrs and queits. Suburban Leaque allocates all its funds to
help cancer patients at Variety Children's Hospital.
Hebrew Academy Reservations Pass
900 Mark for Jan. 3 Annual Dinner
Reservations tor the 17th annual
-cholar.-'iip fund dinner ol the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
oared past the 900 mark this
veek, as ten vice chairmen for the
fan. 3 dinner at the DeauvTile Ho-
el were announced by General j
.'hairman Leonard Rosen, chair-j
nan of the Board of Directors ot;
be Miami Beach Hebrew day |
school.
JACK RABIN
secretary. Eileen Nelson, treasur
treasurer, Sheldon Konigsberg;
and sergeant-at-arms, Jerry Perch.
Both groups meet every other
Sunday evening at Temple Or
Olom, 8755 SW 16th St., the Juniors
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., the Sen
iors from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
Lorber Chapter
Hears Review
Lorber Chapter, Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hospi
lal. held a book review for mem
bers ami guests on Tuesday.
The affair began with a dessert
lurcheon ai 12:30 at the home ol
Mrs. Henrj Lubow, 13250 SW "2nd
Ave.
Mrs. Bea Weinstein gave a dra-
matic interpretation ol the latest
best-seller by Irving Wallace. The
Man-
Ticket chairmen were Mrs. Jos-
eph Kodel and Mrs. Seymour Sam-
uels.
Those named as vice chairmen:
re Joseph Gonshor. Morris Bien-:
enfeld, Irving Firtel, Max Gold-.;
.ing, Max Deakter, Louis DeCov-
Bny," Milton Kahn, Harry Rosen.
Julius Rosenstein and Morris Dub-
ler. All have played key roles in
he growth ol the Academy and in i
other communal efforts.
A special meeting of the execu-
live committee of the Academy
was held at the board room of the i
Miami Beach school at to a.m.,
Sunday, to map final plans for the;
slUO-a-couple [unction. Honorees at
ihe gala dinner will be Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
As the 900 mark was reached,
Academy President Louis Mer-
witzer praised the efforts of
Chairman Rosen and Associate
Chairman B. I. Binder. "Their
teamwork is paying eff in the
heaviest advance reservations in
our history, and the goal of 2,000
persons is now attainable," Mer-
witier said.
Co-chairmen Maurice Revitz, J.
A. Cantor. Harry Genet and Jos-
eph Cohen predicted another spurt
in ticket sales following the first
Jay ol Chanuka. "This is the time
v hen many of our winter residents
who are loyal supporters of the
Hebrew Academj arrive in South
Florida, and the Academy dinner
is the traditional kick-oil of their
social season," Revitz asserted.
Wolfie Cohen and Oscar Mam-
ber, honorary chairmen, said final
selection of an outstanding nation-
al speaker lor the Jan. 3 event will
bo made at Sunday morning's Ex-
ecutive Committee meeting. Spe-
cial entertainment and dancing
programs also will be determined
at the Sunday session.
With more than 400 students
from kindergarten through the
tenth grade, the Hebrew Academy
is the largest day school in the
entire South and has won nation il
recognition lor its educational at-
tainments.
Sinai Sponsors
Two Seminars
staff is sponsoring two post-grad-
uate teaching programs during the
tirst two weeks of December.
The first, from Dee. 2 through
S, will be the eighth annual Pro-
fessor Pro Tempore Program in
Surgery sponsored by the Depart-
ment of Surgery of the Hospital.
Guest professor will be Dr. J. En-
glebcrt Dunphy, president of the
American College of Surgeons,
professor and chief. Departmenl
, Surgery, University ol California
Medical School.
The second program, from Dec.
7 through 11, is being sponsored
by Mount Sinai Hospital's Depart-
ment of Medicine and the section
ol cardiology. This "ill be a post
graduate course in phonocardio-
graphy given by Dr. William
l.ikotf. chiel of cardiology, Hahne-
mann Medical School. Philadel-
phia.
Israel Histadrut-Farband Labor Bart* Branches will hold a
aala affair on Saturday, Dec. 12. at the Foiitainebleau Hot. .
Noted author and lecturer Dr. Judd L Teller will be quest
speaker. Spotlighted will be the Rehabilitation Medical Cen-
tePr afBeersheba9 Israel, sponsored by Greater Miami Jewry,
Planning for the event are seated (left to right) Mrs Meyer
Kahn Israel Finkrt. Solomon Parness. Dr. Isaac "";
Mayshie Friedberg, Joseph P. Zucke.man. Moe Levine. Eman-
uel Burstein, Harry Chaet. Morrii Newmark. Harry Sacks and
Morhe Berman, executive director. Standing (left to right'
are Mrs. Sonia Robbins, Sam Feinstein, Simon Te'enbaum.
Sander Wolson, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Philip Kraus, Oscar
Shapiro, Dr. Norman Berk. Mrs. William Beckwith. William
Beckwith. Samuel Galfond, Mrs. Harry Sacks. Mrs. Morris
Newmark and Mrs. Moshe Berman.


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Friday, December { igJ
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BRAND NEW ISRAELI FLAG LINER M V SILU
TRANSATLANTIC CAR-CARRYING SlRVKl
Brand New W Israel Flag Liner
To Make Maiden Call Here Dec. 14
The motor vessel Bilu." a
brand new Israeli lias luxury
passenger liner, makes its maid-
en call in this hemisphere next
Friday. Dec 11, to begin a 14-
ii ason oi cruises linking Mi-
ami Beach with Nassau and
1 re port in the Bahamas three
daj S later.
The Bilu." launched in Bel-
gium in April, also is bringing
home members oi the Wally
By am Caravan, who arc comple-
Closed promenade on the
Geneva Deck.
ting a round-the-world trip in
their silver Airstream trailers.
The ship's arrival marks the
! commercial tran>atlantic
car-carrying service The "Bilu"
carries 524 passengers and has
deck -pace for 120 auto-
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Irive right on
I :rd from the dock
the fir.-t fine in
ir a cruise .-hip to Kail
ernight schedules
Miami Beach, 1
rival of Ihe "Bilu" an important
link in its plans to establish a
deep draft cruise port to join
those at nearby Dodge Island
(Miami) ;nd Prt Everglades
i Ft. Laudcrdale .
The "Bilu," in its initial runs,
offered the first economy"
cruise travel on the Mediterran-
ean this past summer. It called
at Naples and Haifa
Fares for the Miami Beach-to-
Bahamas cruises begin at S69 for
a three ila trip. The 'are in-
cludes all meals.
Then- is no additional <'
for taking a car. The "Bilu"
will cruise as a "one-class" ship,
an innovation it pioneered in reg-
ular commercial travel this sum-
mer in the Mediterranean.
upward to S210 for
Penthouse Suite' lodging on the
lour day cruise.
But passengers in every fare
category have complete run-of-
the-ship acc< ss to all recreational
facilities swimming pool, deck
games, lounges, and shipboard
activities.
The "Bilu" has private shower
and toilet .n each ol it> 171 state-
rooms.
The ship vv eighs 7.000 tons, is
420ft long, cruises at 21 knots,
and is equipped with Dennv-
Brown stabilizers. She i> fully
air-conditioneJ. and has a ships
complement of 124.
Meal- are served buffet style
and are Italian-Swiss cuisine.
Kosher food is available on re-
quest
The -Bilu" will sail from AI-
bury Terminal on the MacArthur
Causeway west of Miami Beach.
Cruises are Friday Monday, and
Monday-Friday Fach calls at
both Nassau and Freeport.
Among Freeport attractions are
new gambling cas.no-
Ship's facilities include a free-
port shoppinv arcade when paf
- may purchase tax-free
-> a- fine liquors.
Sw's watt i and perfumes
The Bilu" is owned by Somcr-
fin Pass ng Li les ol Geneva,
' Halevj
. lirector Sw s Ci
a Florid i<
-el. and
Oi
Biscaym
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ROUND TRIP TO EUROPE
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B!LU & K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines
MARCH 29th
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SPAIN FRANCE ITALY & ISRAEL
Return K.L.M. from Amsterdam
ROUND TRIP $657.10
K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines
308 N.E. 1st STREET
Phone 377-0641
OR YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
t. A. UNSDCU
safes manager
HAYDCN WILUAMS
cruise director
FRAN KOZAK
vice pres. of soles
Iff PtAfeLMAN
reservations mjr.
Blvd.. Miami, and at 10 E 40lh
SI New Y"!k
I'lans fo>- a !"milar s'lip. a 20.-
000-ton ocean i III car-carry
ing vessel, have been completed.
and Someiim aim> ;<> steer its
lust CI uise in 19G".
'Bilu' to Mark
Entry of Cruise
Line in This Area
The 7.000-ton all new Israeli
Qag motor vessel "Bilu. which
(Ink- here I>ec. 11 to beg-n a
seaMtn ol cruises to Ni.--au and
Freeport in the Bahamas, marks
first entry into this hemisphere
of a fast-growing Swiss-based
shipping empire. Scmerfin Pas-
senger Lines.
Under the direction ot M. Hal
evy. the maritime lirm has
grown from a standing start after
World War II to steadily emerg-
ing strength in the world of mari-
time passenger and commercial
transportation.
The "Bilu" is f.r.-t launched of
a fleet of car-carrying paste >:
v,ssels A iist< t ship, M v Nili,
v ,,- launcl cd in Be| U .'ncr this
five months after the "Bi-
lu" pioneered "els travel
on M.d;' ervice be-
tween N":
Succi ss of I > pro-
\ ide car carrj mark-
ed bj recent -. ilii
from Nap!' ; I
i nm All irj i "ii Mi-
ami Beach -he with
a full loa I of > ai e .:; I a
Airstream t-..
rs returning from a round-
the-world >\.i ; Byai i ...van
Tbe ahip also will bdog here
her capatiiy in European vaca-
turners.
Expected :,i be operating by
1967 is a !.'A0-pas.-eng.T trans
atlantic liner which will carry
240 cars at a minimum in season
fare with car of $950
The Aurora." a 40.000-ton
tanker, maiiae exploratory ships,
and an international fishing fleet,
are part of the Soinerfin empire
On Mediterranean runs, the
"Bilu" also pioneered budget
travel, allowing passengers to
travel at a fare independent of
meals, and serving meals buffet
style at minimum .prices. The buf
fet service will continue on the
ship's winter cruises but all
meals are included in fares which
begin at 56*'
Somerfin also has off.c
Haifa and Til V. .v a-: I rep
tatives throughout Europe
America; reprei
Swiss C'ruis" Lines, with offices
at 2650 B M a ni,
and lu E. 40ih St-, New York.
FA R R
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CALL
WEST INDIES TRAVEL SERVICE
190 S.E. 3rd ST.
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Welcome tc Miami "BUU"
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JE 1-0455
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FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
CHUCK HALL TRAVEL
975 Arthur Godfrey Road
JE 1-1195
.
Welcome "BILU"
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FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
CALL
Miami Beach
1006 Lincoln Road
JE 8-7641
Miami
330 E. Flagler St.
FR 7-1611
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Friday, December 4, 1964
+Jt*isf Meridian
Page 3-:

Travel Agents to Join Civic Officials
For Overnight Round Trips to Freeport
BEST WISHES "Mil-
TRANS-AIR SYSTEMS INC.
TRAVEL DEPT.
128 Hialeah Drive
Ph. 887-7466
Hall a loaf is better than none,
but even at one day out "I two
for relaxing on a cruise, the pros-
peel is agrei able.
li will be loafing .ill Ihe way
for -nine 500 Florida and south-
ern travel agents who will join
local civic officials for overnight
round trips in Freeport, Grand
B a h a in a Island, immediately
prior to regular winter cruises
for the all-new Israel flag motor
vessel "Bilu.'
Half the agents will make each
trip, leaving Albury Terminal,
MacArthur Causeway, just wesl
of Miami Beach Dec. 12 and 13.
Each cruise will be overnight
with aboul eight hours ashore in
Freeport prior to return to Miami
Beach 8 a m the nexl morning,
Departure Saturday "ill be 11
a.m. Departure for the second
ol the preview cruises will be
1 p. m
Regular cruises of the 7.000-ton
iner begin Monday. Dec. 11. for
three and four 'lays to both NaS
sau and l'ii port starting at $89.
Innovation of 'he pre\
cruises to be followed all winter
will be trai inortat'on o< <*'
ger automobiles. The "Bilu" is
designed so passengers can drive
right on board from the dock.
Gift-giveis who can'f resist a
bargain will have an unusual op-
portunity io express themselves
fully when the "Bilu'' arrives in
Miami Beach
At a cost probably no more
than purchase of git's ashore,
passengers v'lll be able to go on
board the maiden voyages of the
ship for lour days to Nassau
and Freeport on Dec. 14. and
three days to both ports Dec. 18
and come off laden with gills.
The Geneva Deck of the "Bilu
features a duty-free gift shop
stocked fully with a wide variety
of luxury items all at bar) Bin
prices, tree el excise taxes.
Some ol ihe gilt items include
opera and field glasses. Parisia
perfumes, ii-iported cameras ai
related equipment, cuckoo clock
Swiss watches, electric appl
ances, travel irons, transistor r -
dios and olher equipment, and ;
ass irtment ol children's gifts, i
eluding toys electrical toys, do)
a 'l lames,
Two Can Cross Cheaply as One
Two can cross the Atlantic for
the price of one if one hap-
pens to be a car going to Europe.
The motcr vessel Bilu'" of
Swiss Cruise Lines leaves Miami
Beach on Mar. 29 on her east-
bound voyage to resume spring
and summer schedules on the
Mediterranean.
one waj rare to Nice v < Mge-
clras starts at S180.
Fare doe- not include meals on
Continued on Page 4-C
Hairdressinq Salon and Bai-
bershop.
You and the Excitement
of the all new-ribilu
INAUGURAL SEASON OF 4 AND 3-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISES
TO BOTH NASSAU AND FREEPORT FROM $69.00
M V Bilu features some of these outstandinq features: Top is
Ihe brand new Israel ship's readinq room. Second from top
s the Tivoli Niqht Club. Below can be teen the Rendezvous
Club, and bottom is a view of closed circuit television in all
oublic rooms of the vessel.
WELCOME "BSSU"
FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
SHAW TRAVEL SERVICE
245 S.E. FIRST STREET Miami
Call FR 4-2604
The Newest Ship Leaving from Florida
(launched 1964)
Loaves from Causeway Terminal,
MacArthur Causeway, Miami Beach
EVERY CABIN PRIVATE SHOWER
AND TOILET... 100% Air Conditioned
. Continental Cuisine ... European
Personnel... Fully Stabilized ... Take
Your Auto Aboard Free ... Swimming
Pool ... No Charge Deck Chairs ...
Closed Circuit T.V.... Duty Free Shop-
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See your Travel Agent or
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Miami, Fla. Tel. 377-2077
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vJewlsti flcridian
Friday. December 4,
Last Year, Paralyzed from Meek Down;
This Year, She's Walking and Normally
Last year '! Thanksgiving. Mrs. speed and good luck to a vary
Dorothy Raid) was a patient in courageous woman." he ay-
Mr- Dor 'thy Raidy is one of
lhou>ands of patients who have re
At the pri m
the cancer section of the Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver
paralwed from the neck down
SinmJt tumorous mass on her ceived care ..rvi trcaUJU-'iU.. and, at* six won
spinal curd. frequently lile and hope, at the ing 651 m
Tin- year, Mrs. Raidy. walking
and moving normally was at
Since the bp,U| tta
sixty years ago. ,, hi,
well over four null,..
tree care
htnts from '" P
More than l patient, J
Miami .
limited car. .
AM:
provi
dayq
at ih
AMC.
port oi the bosi
'. thpi
numhe
imi
Akiva Goffer Cleft), head of Swiss Cruise Lines, is congratulated
by M. Halevy, managing director of Somerfin Passenger Lines
of Geneva, Switzerland, on the launching of the Bilu's pleas-
ure cruise run from Miami.
Goffer Made Choice of Naming
Operating Firm After Switzerland
If it seems Mrange that Akiva
Goffer decided to call his oper-
ating firm for the motor vessel
' Bilu" Swiss Cruise Lines, named
after a totally land-locked coun-
try, that's easily explained
Home office of the parent com-
pany. Somerfin Passenger Lines.
i< in Geneva. Switzerland.
Goffer, a former Zim Lines
i xecutive here, chose the name
after meeting in Geneva with M
Halevy, managing director of
Somerfin. to contract for oper-
ation of the 7.000-ton luxury liner
Two Can Cross
Cheaply as One
Continued from Page 3-C
the eastbound voyage, policy of
the ship on transatlantic CXSSS-
ings and European service, but
not on winter cruise schedules
which begin locally Dec. 14 to
Nassau and Freeport.
Arrival in Nice is Apr 10. after
w hich the ship w ill continue one
day later to Naples and subse-
quently to Haifa, arriving in Is-
rael on Apr 15. in time for Pass-
over holidays.
Special return arrangements
have been made between Somer-
fin Passenger Lines, ship's own-
ers, and KLM Airlines, with re-
turn shipment of cars overseas
to Ft. Lauderdale.
this winter on Bahamian cruises
from Miami Beach.
The irony of the choice struck
Goffer who feels it will help draw
attention to the brand new com-
pare operating the brand new
ship.
Goiter is probably right. He
usually is.
Just thn yean ago. the Is-
raeli-born executive was trans-
Kirci by Zim here when the line
entered South Florida opera-
tions. In *hree years, he helped
build the Israeli marine interests
into a major force in cruise and
cargo operations.
Prior to his association of sev-
eral \ears with Zim, Goffer stu-
died in America, first as an un-
dergraduate gaining a degree at
Evansville (Indiana) College, and
then at Northwestern University
where he gained a law degree.
Earlier he feught in the Israel
War of Independence He is mar-
ried with three children and re-
sides on Miami Beach.
Golfer heads a staff of veteran
cruise and travel personnel at
Swiss Cruise Lines. Vice presi-
dent is Fran Kozak. dean of
cruise women in Florida
E. A. -Red" Linsdell heads the
nationwide sales staff, and Hay-
den Williams is cruise director
for the "Bilii."
Lee Pearlman is reservations
manager. Barbara Cole is her
assistant. Elaine Murphy is
executive secretary.
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home with her three children, Su-
san 12. Kan n 8, and Michael 4
And when the times came to
say thanks.' says Mrs. Raidy.
"my voice drowned out all the
rest."
Mrs Raidy entered the free, na-
tional, nonscctarian hospital last
November after she had com-
pletely exhausted her savings in
11 weeks of treatment of the
growth on her spine. She was to-
tally paralysed and doctors said
she would never move again.
Extensive Examination
But I knew better." she says
"I was determined to walk a^ain."
After extensive examination, the
AMC doctors started Mrs. Raidy
on a course of treatment with anti-
cancer drugs. But it was a long
time before they saw any results.
It was January. I remember,
when I fir-t discovered feeling in
my right hand.'' Mrs. Raidy says.
It was the greatest day ol my
life."
The improvement continued.
Soon. Mrs. Raidy had the use of
her hands ;nd could begin to
move her le^s. Now the AMC Oc-
cupational Therapy Department
took over, with Passive and Active
Range of Motion exercises and
encouragement and a continuation
of the tender loving care that dis-
tinguishes this hospital.
By late July. Mrs. Raidy had
shown such great improvement
that she was taken off the drugs.
She remained in the hospital, re-
gaining strength and learning to
move long unused muscles.
The doctors felt she had im
proved enough to go home. Mrs.
Raidy went home for several
weeks, but returned to the hospital
when the ill-health of her parents
made it difficult for her to man-
age alone.
Thanksgiving Day > ,
But I was there for Thank-
giving." she says. Although, to
be honest, "very day is Thanksgiv-
ing for me."
The entire staff at the AMC
shares Mrs. Raidy's happiness.
Chef Mike Lundon. who remem-
bers when Mrs. Raidy could not lift
a finger to feed herself, decided
to give her a special Thanksgiving
dinner a week before the holiday.
"It's just my way of saying Cod
Attorney to Seek
Vacated Post
At the urging of a Surf side Citi-
zens Committee headed by H. Cus-
ter Nay lor. Frank Healey. Dorotr...
Rich. Rae Tenen. Myrna Bernard
and Maxwell Spiro. president of
the Surfside Civic Association
Herman Grayson, has agreed to
seek the council seat to be vacated
by Sidney King.
Councilman King ha> announced
that he will resign in March. 1965.
The committee was formed to per
^uado qualified citizens of Surf
side to seek public office in a con-
tinuing attempt toward better lo
cal government.
Herman Gray son, a major in the
Air Force Reserve, is a practicing
attorney and a past president of
Surfside Guys and Dolls He lives
at 924o Emerson Ave.. Surfside,
with his wife. Vivian, and three
children
West Miami
Town Hall Forum
Town Hall Forum sponsored
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at West Miami Town Hall, 62nd
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Dr. Thomas Carrol, professor
of Sociology. University of Miami.
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Friday- December 4, 1964
*Jewisli FhrkfiaHJ
Paqe 5-C
Se-nio: USY at Temple Beth holem of Holly-
\\xde (left to right) Bennett Cohn, pres-
3,adys Malavsky, vice president; Rabbi
Morton Malavsky, installing officer; Linda
Blitz, vice president; Marilyn Mars, correspon-
ding secretary; Harold J. Goldstein, youth di-
rector; Irene Malavsky, recording secretary;
and Aaron Salomon, treasuier.
Junta USY at Temple Be'h Sholem of Holly-
wooc ..-.elude (left to right) Steven Sternberq,
vice ;:esident; Peter Hockman, president; Lin-
da Secall, chaplain. Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
insiai.ng officer; Edith Shaniro, correspond-
ing secretary; Judy Malavs.ky, recording sec-
retary; Harold J. Goldstein, youth director; Jay
Winer, vice president; Leonard Schectman.
'reasurer.
B'nai B'rith Hears
Joftes Tuesday at
Bayfront Audit.
Saul v. Jctftes was '.mest speaker
at a B'nai H'rith meeting Tuesday
nteMt sponsored by the B'nai
R'rith Council of South Florida
Lodges.
The meeting, to which the pub-
was invited, took place at
Miami's Ba.vfront Park .Municipal
Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Joftes. secretary general of the
Fi'nai B'rith International Coun-
cil, reported on B'nai B'rith ac-
tivities in Hie 43 countries where
the organization is active outside
of the United States.
Joftes attended the Nurembers
trials as an observer lor B'nai
B'rith and tor four years was di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith European
office in Paris.
Transferred to Santiago. Chile,
lie helped establish B'nai B'rith
chapters in many South American
countries.
In addition to being director
general of the B'nai B'rith office
of International Affairs in Wash-
ington, he is also director of acti-
vities at the United Nations,
where B'nai B'rith has consulta-
tive status as a non-government
organization with the UN Econ-
omic and Social Council.
Eli Ilurwitz is president of the
B'nai B'rith Council of South Fior-
ina Lodge-.
saul ion It
Beth Sholom
Nursery Party
Temple Beth Sholom Nursery
School celebrated Thanksgiving at
? party on last Wednesday morn-
ing. The holiday fare was prepar-
ed by the students in their c.v. n
kitchen from their own recipe-.
Assisting was a committee of
mothers headed by Mrs. Allan
Wilson, with Mrs. William Binder,
Mrs. Arthur Kline. Mrs. Clifford
Perlman, Mrs. Walter Sail and
Mrs. Robert Schwedell.
Head of the Nursery School
staff is Mrs. Tobias Simon, and
spiritual leader of Beth Sholom is
Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Miamians in Key
Roles for Award
even Greater Miami commun-
i-;,iers have assumed key
Hes in i. nationwide program in !
behalf (f the Hebrew University
Jerusalem. They are initia-
tors of the National Scopus Award
Committee of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
: was announced by Samuel Roth-'
I'eona. III., national
*
The '' ami leaders in this effort
I D. Ansin. Rabbi Leon
|Kioiii-v Rabby Irving Lehrman.
I Stanley (.. Myers. Max Orovitz,
Lack S .pick. Jacob Rifkin. Mrs.
Otda I Rubin, Louis B. Rudnick,
llerbei" S Shapiro and Dr. Jos-
|eph M tidberg.
The puS' Award, the highest
Ihonor thai can be conferred by the
AmeriCi Friends of the Hebrew
University, was presented to
Or. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive
| dent of the Israel Bond
tion, on Tuesday even-
in?. D 1. at the Waldorf Astoria
[Hotel ,< York City.
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Eugene Labovitz .honorary chairman of the event which *ook
place Sunday evening, Nov. 29, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
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GE- AWAY FROM IT ALL
|"-- followed by the clock'
L :c ly in o Hate of shock'
cares into the seas.
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jj'9 :- fishing all day lona.
"eva e" -,ght with wine ond sona1
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Seaboard Railroad's streamlin-
ers, the Silver Meteor and Silver
Star, are expected to bring another
record volume of vactioners to
Florida this winter, according to
W. J. Ficht, general passenger
agent of Seaboard in Miami.
"These fine trains will also car-
ry many to the north during the
coining months." he said. "The
new theatrical season in New
York promises to be an exception-
al one. and doubtless many Flor-
idians will want to see the musicals
and dramas slated tor production
this winter.
"More and more people are
turning to the comfort and con-
venience of rail travel," said
Ficht. "Our patrons know thar
regardless of weather conditions
sr.ow, sleet, freeiing rain
they are assured of safe, depend-
able transportation. On a mod-
ern Seaboard streamliner, relax-
ation and peace of mind add to
the pleasure and benefit of any
vacation or business trip."
Ficht stated that the Silver Me
teor and silver Star will offer an
exclusive choice of morning and
afternoon departures from and to
Cities on both coasts of Florida.
effective northbound Dec. 18. Both
trains will carry through Pullman
and reserved-seat coach equip-
ment between Miami, St. Peters-
burg and Washington, Philadel-
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Friday, December 4,
Among guests at the Variety Women's Com-
mittee benefit luncheon at the Fontainebleau
-lotel are seated (left to right; Joseph Wallach,
-ee Weinberg, Shay Foremen, and Jack Bell.
Standing are Charles R. Jacobson, Tracy Hare,
Chief Barker of Variety, Irving Mischner, Wil-
liam T. Krulak II. Ralph Rer.ick. and Edward
Newman. The "stag table" was cited by
Variety's women for their cooperation and aid
to Variety Children's Hospital.
Southern Issues To be Raised At AJC Confab
Col. Nathan B. Rood. Miami
i lairman of the Southern Region- \
Conference of the American
Jewish Committee, reported Wed"
resdav that the conference will
:ing together Jewish leadership
J om the Southeast, Southwest and
Lie State of Florida. The meet-!
il's will be held in the Fontaine
ouu Hotel from Dec. 3 to 4 and
. ill be followed by the National
1 vecutive Board meeting Dec. 4
1 6.
Col. Rood, a former president of
ie Greater Miami Chapter. AJC.
id now a member of its Execu-
1 ve Board, is well-known in the
< immunity tor his active interest
. > the field of research, education
nd vocational service. He will be
--isted by Alvin Cassel and Mel-
yn B. Frumkes, of Miami: P. N
t oleman. Jacksonville: Mrs. Leon
ttinger, Orlando; Ben Salter,
} i oily wood; and David Sonneborn,
- irasota.
"The Southern Regional Con-
erence is the result of many
equests from AJC leaders for
a probing discussion of inter-
group problems which transcend
-egional lines but have a parti-
cular relevance and impact in
the South." Col. Rood declared.
A special session for Floridiant
will be devoted to an examina-
tion of a recently-completed com-
munity relations survey. AJC
members attending the confer-
ence are also invited to partici-
pate in the National Executive
Board meeting usually limited to
members of the Executive Board
and Board of Governors.
Highlight of these twin events
will l>e the banquet Saturday. Dec.
5. in the West Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Addresses
by LeRoy Collins and Morris B.
Abram, president of the American
Jewish Committee, will follow a
special award to Max Orovitz for
distinguished service in advancing
the cause ol human relations.
James K. Katzman, chairman of
the Florida Planning Committee
. lor the National Executive Board
meeting, and a large number of
local members will act as aides.
hosts and recorders for the ses-
sions. Out-of-town guests have
been invited to members' homes
I for dinner Friday evening, and
the chapter "ill tender a reception
following the banquet Saturday
night.
The Greater Miami Chapter.
with more than 1.000 members, is
headed by Mrs Charles H. Fink-
elstein.
Two Youths Get
Merit Awards
Two young people of the Great-
er Miami Jewish community, who
jre leader* in the Dade Youth
Council, have received merit
awards fro"i the Dairy Council of
South Florida.
They are Anita Samet 17. daugh-
ter of Mr. ami Mrs. Seymour Sam-
et. 444 Daroco Ave., Coral Gables,
and Scott Barnett 17. son of Mr
and Mrs. Paul Barnett, 611 NE
52m\ Ter.
Miss Samet is second vice pres
ident of the Southeast Federation
ot Temple Youth, vice president
of the Temple Youth group ol
Miami and a member of National
Honor Society at Coral Gables
Senior High School.
Barnett is president of Dade
. Youth Council, a project of the
Welfare Planning Council. He i-
| a member of Student Council and
business manager of the yearbook
: at Edison High School. He is a
member of Temple Israel and
president o( the Florida Sub-region
Rabbi Shapiro
Cited by Women
Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah
selected Rabbi David Shapiro as
the chapter's first recipient of the
Abba Award.
The award. "Father in Israel."
has been accorded in "recognition
ol the many services by Rabbi
Shapiro to the Women of Hadas-
sah in the field of youth work
in Israel and the reclamation of
youth from the trouble spots of
the world."
Presentation was made at a
Youth Aliyah luncheon Nov. 24 at
the Reef Restaurant. Ft. I.under
kdale.
Chairman of the luncheon was
Mrs Willard Skint, chapter Youth
Aliyah chairman, assisted by Mrs.
Samuel Harris and Mrs. Max
Brookmier, group Youth Aliyah
chairman.
Scott Borne,. .,,,.
of the Soulheasi Federation of
lemple Youth,
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Chanuka Fete
David I in ski Folk School cele-
rated Chanuka on Saturday. 8
j m., at the Farband Culture Cen-
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The children of the school light-
1 thte candles and participated
I a Chanuka program of recita
nns and ringing under the super-
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i nd Bina Barnett.
Philip Nashkin appeared in spe-
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Yiddish and Hebrew folk singer,
lolly Rose, and Ben Yomen, choir
nduttor. led in community sing-
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Traditional "latkes" were scrv
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fJewisti fhrkMatfl
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Beach Bar Will
Install Officers
Nev esident oi the Miami
teach Association is Morris
Berich ''' ,H> tartalhd with the
slate i 1964-65 on Jan. 18 at the
peauvilh Hotel.
gervin with Uerick will be
Rivkind, president-elect;
ia, Dtrtner, Leonard O. Wein
stein. presdents; Doris Wein-
siein' S.kni. secretary; Murray
Goodman, treasurer; George J.
Alboum. historian.
|mm< iiate past president is
Stanle) 3 Richard. Other past
preside] are Nelan Sweet and
Henry V. aitzkin.
Boari of Directors are Stanley
Angel. Pudge Irving Cypen. Wil-
liam Mi icolm. Bernard S. Mand-
ler. Robert A. Peterson. Harvey
Kei-m..... Arnold Scher, Alan Sil-
versteiB Samuel S. Smith, Eugene
v.riss Raphael K. Yunes, Harry
Zukern.ck.
Jack Gordon
At Ohev Shalom
Ohev Shalom- annual dinner
will be held at the Sterling Hotel
on Sunday. Jan. 17.
Sam Roscmann. chairman of the
Dinner Committee, announced
that the affair will be held for the
| benefit of the Building Fund for
the congregation's proposed new
edifice.
Guest of honor will Ik- president
oi Washington Federal Saving*
and Loan Association and member
of Dade County's Board of Public
Instruction. Jack D. Gordon.
Spiritual leader of the congre-
gation is Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
man.
Kineret Chapter
Chanuka Pageant
"Matters of the Maccabees to
Mother'.-in-Israel" was the theme
ot the Chanuka pageant presented
by Kineret Chapter of Mizrachi
Women at a regular meeting last
Wednesday evening at Temple Za-
niora.
Highlighting the heroism of Is-
raeli women from the Hasmonean
era to The present, the pageant
featured Mrs. Irving Schwartz,
Mrs. Samuel Ersoff, Mrs. Donald
Schrager, Mrs. Solomon Schifl,
Miss Sera Mae Geltner. Mrs. Ar-
tlinr Roth, Mrs. Elizabeth Perl,
and Mist Annette Levitt, with solo
ii Mrs. Issie Ram.
Program chairman for the even-
in- was Mrs. Issie Ram. assisted
by Mothei-in-Israel Chairman Miss
Esta Karpell and hostesses Mrs.
Nathan Miller. Mrs. Morris Moss.
Mrs Irving Schwartz.
Children of Beth Sholom qet ready to wheel
across the slreet to North Beach Elementary
School cans of food which were contributed
by Temple Beth Sholom Religious School chil-
dren durinq Sukkoth on Sept. 21. It is the cus-
tom at Be'h Sholom each year to deliver the
Harvest Festival offerings to the neiqhbor
school just before Thanksgiving so that the
cans of food may be included in the Thanks-
giving Baskets which children of North Beach
Elementary School make up for indigent mem-
bers of the Greater Miami area. Shown are
Mis.s Ne'tie Goldstein, head of the Hebrew
Department of Temple Beth Sholom Religious
School; Susie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ben-
nett Lee; Bryan, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kushman; Michael, son of Mr and Mrs. Morris
Burk; and Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abram Baker.
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Past Presidents
Cited at Banquet
Thirteen past presidents, chief
b-irken of Variety Club of Great-
. Miami, will be honored at an
awardi banquet Thursday, Dec.
l at Variety Children's Hospital.
The community leaders will be
cited .or 15 years of aid to the
pediatr > center which is the sole
activitj of Variety Club." Miami's
Tent 33 is one of 45 worldwide
chapter- in principal cities oper-
ating children's hospitals, clinics.
and r search centers.
Rec ;ng leadership plaques will
bv G< rge Hoover, Tracy Hare.
Paul I.nun. .lack Bell. George
Wintz, Edward Melniker, Bill
Dock, Maury Ashmann, George
MacLean, Luther Evans. Victor
Levin and Frank Crown.
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JDC Appoints
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By Special Report
Samuel L. Haber has been nam-
ed assistant executive vice chair-
man of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, it was announced this
week by Moses A. Leavitt, JDC
executive vice chairman.
Haber. who was formerly assist-
ant director general, served JDC
in various posts overseas for 17
years before coming to the agen-
i-\ 's international headquarters in
New York.
Haber fir.-l joined the JDC staff
in 1947, supervising the agency's
welfare and rehabilitation opera-
tions in the American Zone in
Germany. Following the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel in
1948. he helped empty the DP
camps, speeding tens of thousands
cf Jewish survivors to Israel, the
' United States and other friendly
lands.
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Ftidoy, December 4. 1964
I
Joint Affair at
Aqudath Israel
of
Schitt is tlected
Max Silver, president of Beth
David Congregation, has announced
that Phillip Schiff, chairman of
Sunday evening, last day
ChMUka, a joint celebration of
the Men's Club. Sisterhood and its Beth David s Youth Commission,
affiliated organizations will hold a and congregation vice president,
Chanuka festival at Agudath Is- has been elected vice president of
announced Men's Club president,
Sam Cohen, and Mrs. Emanuel Synagogue of America.
i Blumcnfeld. president of the Sis-
' tcrhood.
An original Chanuka program
is arranged by leaders ol the or-
ganization. Officers and members
Will participate in greetings and
various sonj -
A special ceremony ol lighting A cham,k gtmw Bign| ,,,,0r-
the candles will be conducted. Re- c<1 bv the Hoorew Academgt Wonv
freshments symbolii the festi- pn and thc Hebrew Academy PTA
was held on Wednesday evening
in the Max Silverberg Dining Halt
Cham ;ka Games
Night Held At
Hebrew Academy
val will be served. Spiritual
leader. Rabbi Isaac Ever, will act
as toastmaster.
"*Jine educationol directors of Jewish schools
vere honored at the 23rd annual dinner of the
iureau of Jewish Education at the Diplomat
Country Club en Nov. 15. Seated are Abra-
ham Gittelson, Beth Torah Congregation, Mrs.
Harry Ross. Temple Beth Am; Jacob G. Born-
tein. Temple Israel; Saul Rabin, Be*h David
Congregation. Standing are Herbert Harari,
Temple Sinai of Hollywood; Morris Tarasow,
Temple Emanu-El; Bruce Richman, Temple
Nei Tamid; Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector, Bureau of Jewish Education; Joseph Co-
hen, president of Bureau of Jewish Education;
Herzl Honor, Temple Menorah; and Benjamin
Udoff, Temple Zion.
Mrs. Heiken
At Emanu-El
Mrs. Barbara
Regions
of the school at 2400 Finetree Dr.
Proceeds were used lor 60-voice
choir.
Heiken. Florida
Music and Arts League Installs Officers Monday
Miami Beach Music and Arts vice president: Boris M. Graber. Malek, Dr David Morris. Kenneth
ague presented its 15th annual treasurer; William Green, secre- Oka. Irving Saal. Hilda Siege!,
stallation concert and dinner at tiry; corresponding secretary and Marian Spear. Irving Steinlauf.
e Carillon Hotel on Monday at publicity. Lillian Baker: and Syd- Olga Bibor Stern. Tanya Wolshin, 77th
30 p.m. a schreiber. recording secretary, and Aide Yaslo
Following dinner, thc mstalla-
>n ceremonies was presided over
Mayor Melvin J. Richard.
iami Beach, and Judge Kenneth Louis A Btmim, Heyman Cleon.
ca In addition, the League pre- \i,.N Dellerson, Rose Dellerson.
nted a preview Of the opera. ,, ,.is prcXi.|_ Allen A. Dworkis.
Phyllis Frankfurt, Minnie Frey-
stadt, Joseph L. Goodman. H"m
Graber, Be~~ Greene, Chuck Hall.
Leonore Hauer. Herman Higger,
Installed were loin- Siegel. Louis Hoherman. Lillian Ke-sler
c-ident: Boris M. Graber, Alice Bertha E. King. Dr. Bernard
Kwartin and Bertha Webb. Kwartin. Ben Lawson, Joseph W.
Mrs. Israel Teitch. a board mem-
ber of the Academy Women, was
chairman of the affair. Working
Board. Anti Defamation wjth Mrs Teitch were Mesdames
League of B'nai B'rith. was Mliton Khrrnreich, Irving Firte!.
guest speaker at the Youth and Donald Kass. Benjamin Kornreich.
ISY service and breakfast at j0^pph Shapiro and Louis Suss
Temple Emanu-El Sunday morn-
, The 60-voice Hebrew Academy
The youth service at 10 am., in Chair is well-known for its per-
Friedland Chapel, was follow- formances throughout the corn-
ed by breakia.-t and the program, munity. The choir robes will be
Mrs. Heiken also addressed the worn for the first time when choir
confirmation department assem- appears in a performance at the
bly at the North Branch Bldg.. Academy's annual scholarship din-
St a-id Dickens Ave. at ner at the Deauville Hotel
12:30 p.m. ';'" 3
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Directors are Esther Barrett.
I living Bill';:. Fannie Broad. Dr
i :.( di Lammermoor, by Gaeteno
inizetti. in concert form, in co-
leration with the opera Guild ol
eater Miami.
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Friday, December 4. 1964
*Jtf nisi? FkrSdKain
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Lple ludea, of Coral Gables, prepares to build a new
ucture facinq Dixie Hwy. between Granada Blvd. and
anus St. The land, purchased fr^m the University of Miami,
as deeded to the Temple in official ceremonies held this
Eek in the offices of Dr. Henry Kinq Stanford, university
tsident (eated). Par'icipatinq in the siqninq ceremonies
Ere (left to riqht) Rabbi Morris A. Kipper; Euqene E. Cohen,
Ve president and treasurer of the university; Al Jacobson;
feeph Krefetz, president of the Temple; Victor Reiter, chair-
an oi the Buildinq Committee; and Oscar E. Dooly, chair-
cn of the Board of Trustees of the university. Reiter an-
unced that the new Temple will be desiqned by noted archi-
V\ Morris Lapidus.
\ Miami auto executive makes
it in- bsuiuess to go to England
once > year in order to visit his
'.. mil) and friends.
In turn, bis Bgglfcdl basts aU<>
come i" the U.S. once a year to
visit with him.
lie i- Sid Moses, of Pershing
Am.i Leasing, 1132 15th St., Miami
Beach.
"I am most proud of one of my
UN Association
Plans Convention
Annual state convention of Un-
American Association for the Unit-
ed Nations will take place in Palm
Heach on Dec 1 and 5 with Halm
lieach Tower- as convention head-
quarters.
Next meeting is Monday, Dec.
1-1, 8 p.m.. at Chase Federal Hos-
pitality Room, 425 Arthur God-
frey Hd. Ed Seney, managing edi-
tor Of the .Miami Beach Sun, will
-peak.
NijjBwfy
ogaB
Cedars Reveals
New Endowments
A number of endowments to un-
derwrite the costs of patient rooms
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
were announced this week by hos-
pital President Harry L. Lewis.
Recent donors include Henry
Stcrnlieb. Of the Henry Lee Com-
pany. Hialeah; Michael Jerome,
of kitchencraft; Nat Zalka, poul-
tr> and egg distributors; and Eli
|' Einbindcr. of Cort Packing Com-
pany.
arton Pallot, winner of the Presidents Leadership Award as
* uts*.andinq younq leader of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, is shown with Mrs. Pallot (center) and Louis Stern
Wright), president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
Funds. Pallot received his award at the 33rd General
^mbly of the CJFWF attended by 1,000 Jewish leaders from
I parts of the Uni'.ed States and Canada, and took place in
ILouis from Nov. 12 to 15. Pallot is a member of the Fed-
pon Executive Committee, chairman of Federation's Bud-
[Study Committee, and co-chairman of the Manufacturing
Transportation Division of Combined Jewish Appeal.____
iding Miamians
imed to Hias
le Miamians were appointed
|e National Council of United
Service last week-, it was
lunced by Murray J. Gurfein,
dent.
|mcd were William Agranove,
Faske, Mrs. Inez Krensky.
ph Lipt'on, and Mrs. Sidney
Flamingo Chapter Coffee
B'nai Br.th Women. Flamingo
Chapter, will hold a membership
I coffee at the home of Mrs. Jane
I Robinson on Monday. Dec. 7. A
program on the aims and purposes
:of B'nai B'rith will be presented.
Mrs. Harry Epstein is member-
ship chairman.
[ring the past eight decades,
^d Hias Service and its pre-
lessor agencies have rescued
than 3.000.000 Jewish men.
Ben and children and resettled
in free western countries
[jgh the cooperation of local
,sh community agencies,
juted Hias Service is a bene-
Iry oi the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation.
Beth Am
Young Singles
On Thursday evening the Young j
Singles Group of Temple Beth Am I
: met for an evening of entertain-,
' ment.
The group is geared to young
i men and women between the ages
!of 25 and 40, and Temple affilia-
tion is not required. Miss Myna
Myers is chairman.
Temple Students
Mark Chanuka
At Beth Sholom
On Saturday morning, junior
high students of Temple Beth
Sholom Religious School gathered
in the Silverman Assembly Hall
of the Temple to observe the fes-
tival of Chanuka.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom. presided.
Students representing each grade
level presented a "Chanuka Dia-
logue" written by Dorothy Ross,
author of children's poems and
plays.
L Background music and songs
1 were furnished by the Junior High
Choir under the direction of Can-
tor David Conviscr.
A newly-released film on the
Jews in the Soviet Union, "The
i Price of Silence,"' was shown.
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relatives," Moses declared here,
following his recent trip abroad.
"He is a student at Oxford, and
he has created a remarkable
achievement," Moses said.
The young student's name is Rob-
ert Lyons. Declared Moses:
"He felt all along that the fu-
ture leaders of England are his
fellow student-, and he wanted
them to know more ahoul Israel
than they could by jusl reading
about it.
"The be>t way. in fact, would
be for some of Oxford's leading
non-Jewish students to spend I
month in Israel in order to get
'a feel' for the country.''
According to Moses, yoong
Lyons promptly contacted a
number of England's wealthy
Jewish community leaders and
laid his plan before them. They
went for i* in a big way.
"The way he figures it." Moses
explained, "if the trips were en-
tirely free, there would be no real
incentive to go. except for the
travel aspect of the program. So,
the wealthy Jews young Lyons
contacted arc now sponsoring two-
thirds of the expenses. The bal-
ance is borne by the individual
student."
So popular has the program be-
'come, that Oxford University ha!
had to establish a special faculty
committee to select the students.
Every August, ten students pay
one-third their way to Israel,
where they are given an opportun-
ely to see the country and talk to
it- people. Lyons goes along with
them, acting as organizer of the
tour.
Meanwhile, the young Oxford
student has published a booklet.
"Israel Discovered," at his own
expense, describing the impact ol
SID MOSES
one of these trips on the group
leads.
A "must" visit is with Bo-
Lyons evervtime Sid Moses go?i
to England. "After all, he's ta-.
ing important future Englishme-
on a study tour that sets in-:
proper focus the image of Israi'
for them. Besides, he's an e
traordinary talented young pe
son."
Manager "i Pershing Auto Le
ing, Moses is also a member E
the Variety Club.
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*Jen islh IFkirndHaiti
Paqe 11-:
LEGAL NOTICE
".. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
- ->R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 64UR7C
' I
- UUAI NSTK1N
riCE lO CREDITORS
_ ii.I Ml I'. raons I lav-
i.. in..m.i- \-.iin~ Said
.-. .i irT,-.l .-.-.- re-
any olalnn mid de-
. ma \ ha\. hub nst
I I! VKI.I-.S i:kai N
i .....I Datli ''"'in-
. i i -.lit > Judgei ill
and 11I* i e ....... in
... m.i a- i"> Ided in He. lion
H Statute*, in l hi ii ol
i'nuni> ''.....thouHe In
i ,..i udu. within nix cal-
1.1..M ih. I Inn' ..r the
. ., ., i enf, ... ill* .-.in..-
rril
ilia nil. Kliirlda. till* I2lh
S,,v. mi-. .. A.I'. UMJ4.
. HKXCK I'.K WNSTEIN
Ah Es l'i MUblli .ui..n nf thlH n ,,.,> ..i Novi mbi i;".i.
,N W'l> I KM > '
. j for Executrix
. i in i.,..-.......iini. Kin, S31S1
i i< 1-S33J
ii "0-27, II t-n

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12692
ii r w. ii vrkixu rox, jh.
miff,
\ -.
\ \ :TTK HARRIXtiTl IX,
, ndaiu.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
r Vnnclli Han itiKlou
illen pi .. .-
In 11ford, 'imn.
ANNETTE II VRRIXlSTON,
.In notlfll ll III.II II Kill Ml
tint for Divorce Ii..- been filed
\ ou, and yi I ri quired t"
.......> ..f > our >"- i' "i I'll .iii-
. i i.. inn nf Complaint on the
ii 11 .i nt >, ll r H X E T T i:i:si \ i i: \.\i' n ;..'Ni: (th Ai
LEGAL NOTICE
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
W appreciate yoof
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates ... ,
Dial Fit 3-46*5
for messenger service
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCFRY
No. 64C 12719
El >U AIM IH .\\ AIM i ll LICK XI \ N,
I'lainl
\ -
GLORIA JOAN ILL 'KM AX.
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: iM.iiIM\ JOAN 'M.li'K'MA.V
. o Holl il. n
' I I A\ !.....
i 'm in. i..ii. Kentucky
""'i .ii. hei b) notified llial .1 -
plaint for Divorce ban been filed
again*) you, and you arc hereby re-
uull. .1 lo nerve 1.....|.\ of your An-
swer '< iln- ''"MiplaiMt on the I'laln-
uri's attorney, LKHTEH ROGERH,
whose addr. .- 921 \.\V. lliii Street,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
i your Answer with the office ol the
Clerk of Mi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit
11 .mil fur 1'.i.i.- County, Florida, on
or before the 2lsl da> of December, ____--------------------------
IBB4, in defaull of which the Com-
plaint will I..- taken an confeioted by in THE Circuit COURT OF the
you, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
E. n, LEATHER!! w Qf Florida ,n and for dade
Clerk of tin Circuit Court county, in chancery
Bj K M. LVMAX No. 64C 12724
Deputy Clerk THE \vn.i.i.v.vi.-i:ri;i:il
ll 20-27, 12 Ml HAVINGS HANK
------- Plaintiff,
notice under v
fictitious name law johx' w i : \ 1111 :i:sr< .ni :. .1- <
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEX that nlu] mitui-nl guardian, etc., et al.
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage In Defendant*.
huslni-ss under the flctltiouH ill........f NOTICE OF SUIT
ASTFRO Co. al 210 IXath Street, TO: John Wealherstnne as port
Miami lleach, Fla., Intends to register and natural guardian of Lin
-.ii.| 11..in. with the Clerk of the Clr- Joan Weathers!.....-. Dale Thm -
cull Couri of Dade Cniinly, Florida. as vVonihorstone and Sanda A
LEGAL NOTICE
ETHEL GREENFIELD
Sole 1' n< r
11 20-27, 12 l-l 1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY niVEX Ihnl
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9796
::;:^:<-.;!r.-.::.:::-;:::< RobertwiEjSE?uky.
GM.mY's AMKRICAX KOHttlllAX 11.111 ii.
il. Suite 32, 120 l.ii......a Road,
r. .1. h, Elm Ida, and file ihi
\ r!-w. 01 Pleading In the
of the 1 I. rk ul the 1 ircuil
..11 or before the II si daj ol
r, 1964. If > mii fall lo do mi,
,t bj defaull will I"- Utken
j. : .1 :h. 1, ii, 1 demanded in
' of 1 'omiilnint.
.- notice .-nail !" published once
ivcek for lour consecutive Weeki*
THE IEWISII I'la ilMI ilAX.
11.NE AM' 1 IRI lEREI' III Miami,
. this 17th daj mi November,
Ii : 1
11 IJCATHEKM \N. Cl. rk,
lit Court, I 'i>- Count} I- lorida
1 U) : K. M. IA MAX
1 put} lerk
UNett if ni. 1 :sy,
. 120 1. 111 -'In Rd.
1.11.1I Lleach, Mm Ida
> li.r I'la Hit il I'
II 20-2", 1-' l-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hekbuy given that
undersigned, desiring t*. ensaite
Inesa ,'tnlMi* the fictitious name
liKIIKA TRAllNt! COMPANY at
\ \\ 3rd Street, Miami, h'lorlda,
1 -. roKlater said namu \\iih the
., if I'm "In Ul 1 I 'OUI I mi I '.ill.'
y...: da.
HERBERT It LATE
SIDNEY WBIN8TEIN
Sole '" 11.1 h
ri.ER & EFRONSON
neys tor AtfpUuaitls.
Vltislei 1 -.ti ili 1 nt;
11 L'T. 12 1, II. Ii
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64905-B
I'-;,! ol
l-AIUNK HOLD,
He cased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
\il Ci. .iit.,1 ~ and ah I'' rsons
N'.-rtli Miiinil, Kin intends in n-ielslcr
.nit.- with thi iei k of rhi
cull 1'" ii 1 'a 1 ladi nty, Plorlda.
II .v S I1ICST M RANTS INC.
A Pinriria Corp
R> : i:minn Hofreiti r, President
Mill. ntlONIX
He} for 11 S Restauv.ini" Inc.
II 20-27. 12/4-11
'!'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OIRCUT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C-10341 (Spaet)
.1 s lil.EASUX, .11! as Ail' i
lo ui Veterans Affaii -, aa (iffli r ol
the 1 "nlti .1 siav Am. rlca,
his sin 1 hops h offh an
ui their RaslKnsi
Plaintiff,
\ s.
.! IHN I lAVin I'.ISIIi IP, .1 n\,
I fendanl -
NOTiCE OF SUIT
JOHN DAVID BISHOP and JAN-
ET II. IIISIIi'l'. !n~ Wife, II
liux, nai'i'l nir an} unknown
MiHiuaes of s.ii-i 1 i.-i ftiili* nt it'
they have ramarrted, and If di
their unknown heirs, itoviacca,
arailtees, asalenai >. creditors,
llenors, trustees, and all other
IMi'aons uutlminu by, UkroUKh, un-
der "i- aKalual lliese Uefendants
whose residences are unknown:
Yol' ARK HEREBY NOTIKIEU thai
a null him i.n lirouffhl attains! you
by .1. S. lil.EASoN, JR., as Admin-
Isti-ator of Veierons Affairs, an l>ff|.
.-. r ,,i' the rnii.-.i Slat.-- ol Ann leu,
ami his -in > .--":.- 111 BUCh olflue, ami
In. mi their luMiKHS, I" Loreclosi a
..... _n:.- encumbering ihe lollowinfi
1I1 |Ih .1 uropert} to-wll:
|.,,| !-. ,n HI 10k 24, ul I llt.-T ADDI-
TION i" CAiH'i< CITY UAIH'BXS,
, ... in-. I,, tli-- 1.1.11 thereof, an re-
, nidcd in i'la: Book '-. al |a*<
ol I ii.-.i'itlia. 1......1- ol I '.ni' 11. -
iy, l-*lorldii
BMtRARA ANN EUZAIIETH
.MAI.i'MA.
1 lefeiidant.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Ti>. HARKMM i.\.\ i:i.i/.ai;i. III
MAI.ONEY
1 ainil, 11 \\ till.'
Providence, Rhode I I
V "l. IIARBARX ANN ELIZABETH
MA I.i i.\ i:V. iin hereby notified that
an Amended Comiilainl foi IHvori^e
has been filed ai'.iilnsl you, and >"ii
are required "o serve u copy ..1 your
answer or ideading i" Ihi Amended
i'oni|ilalni for Ldvor......n the Plaint-
i: Vltol ne}. AI.AN s. Ui ISEX-
1 II \1.. -Ill Ainrli > Bulldinft, Miami.
I ioi ni.1, and ih the Iglnal unswei
or id. adlng In ihe Offli of llu Clei k
"f the Circuit Court, on, or before the
: itii .i.is .,1 1 let ends I!>64.
11 you full lo 'l...... Juilgnienl b}
defaull mil ii" taken iikiiIiisI you for
Hi.- relief demanded in the Amended
Complaint for Divorce.
DOXE \M' llRDERED al Miami.
Plorido, thi- I'tlt da} of November,
; 1904,
E, B LEATHERMAN
Cl. rk of tin Circuit Court
1 lade 1 '..'.nit \, Plorida
(seal) By: C. I.. ALEXANDER
Douut} Clerk
11 n-20-27. 12 I
11 \ I..1MMI.- .11,., .< ..........t ,x i',MlHI.|
il, ins or I', m.in.l- Against ,,, .,,. ,,,
jital
are hen by nolit'i' 'l and re*
I tM i" esenl M) latins .....I di -
h hi< it i ou maj hai ai
. --.,i. i' \i i.im: tioi.D, di -
1 : ,t. ol 1 m.i.- Count}. l'i" Ida,
1 ml} Judxi mi 1 '.,.1. 1 'oun -
1 1 he same in dun
; ro\ i.i. 'I in Section
SI 11 ii.-.-. In their offices n
... thotisi in 1 ladi Co ni -
1 Ida, itiiin -iv call n lar
fi ..in the 1 inn of I"- flrat b) .' ou ami .1 I'eci
.ti'.ii hereof, or the same will will In cnteii I in
i> -ii On 1 lork "i the 'Ircuil
11 ul,. ( :-'. 1 ... at the
1 Min -; h.'ii.- in Mian.. Klorllla,
. I .. elllbel i i. 1961, ami Ii
., cop ol sui a nsw 1 uikiii l'i" nl
..I',, a, I) VVID P ATS M A N .
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1 .,' Mi.in i. Florida, Hi
Novi ii". r, V.I'. I9BI.
\ 1: |l. Si 'IV PIRI'.
v. 1 "\. .
iiubbcat..... "i tut- notice on
ll da} 01 Novi ml" 1. 1904,
1 Ri ll.M SH VPIRO
for 1 :\> itiiii'
in Road
Bi at h, Klot Ida
111". 20, 27. r: I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12272
Ri ;ii r.. HiCE.
Plaintiff,
V B,
1 \i 1. H. HICB,
1 >cfeiiilant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'" PAUL II. HICE
I3S24 Astur .\\i-nue
Cleveland, Ohio
V"i' are ITRREItY notified thai
' Complain! f"r Divorce has baen
1 airalnsl you, anil \"ll arc bere-
1 required t" serve a cofiy of your
wer to the Complnlnl on the
'"miff's attorney, I.E8TER ROQ-
1 IIS, whose address is 999 N W. llth
Miami. Florida, and file the
nial of the Answer in the office
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
ircuit ,., .,,,,1 f, |,;,,i,. County. I'Imi-
1 "ti or before ti. iini, day of De-
' mbi r. l-i'M. in .1.-fault of w hi. It the
1 "mplaint win be iak.it a- contess-
li\ V ..i|.
I'ati-'h (nig r.tii day of Novem-
ber, 1964.
B. It I.EATHERM w
'i'>k of the Circuit Court
I ly: K M ?MA N
Hep nty Clerk
11/13. 20. 27, 12/4
il

..... '1......, Mm "t.-.
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!; II l.l-.A I HERM VX
Clerk 1 Iln Circuit Courl
..ol,- 1 'ounty I-1.......'
, -, .,11 in: r. r i'i ICELAND
1 ii ,,,. \ 1 .. 1 .
DAVID I* CATSMAN
l"l East KImhIi Sir., t
Miami, h'ioiiua
II 13-20-27, 12 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65081-A
IN RE: Estate "i
JAMES I. MARKS,
11,., eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ah persona
Having Claims or Demands Agulnsl
Si id Estate:
Inn are hereby notified and rcttulr-
ed t" preaenl an} 1 bUm* and UamuiHia
which you may have lutainai tin-
esta,e of JAMES I MAUKrl dec. ..--
td late of Dadi County, I-ion.la. to
tl^- Counts .liiilK."- of Dade Lount}-,
and tilt- the same 111 duplicate and
as provided in Section 7JS.16, florid*
Statutes, in Hi- ii offices in the < oun-
ti Courthousi in Dade County, Hi" -
i.i,1 within siv calendar months from
llo time of il" Ural mil.i:
fiereol or Ih' same will be barred,
Uited at Miami. Florida, tins I'.'tn
,;v of November, A 1> ""; I.
llll.l'A Mi'KV MARKS
A- Bxi mri\
Flrsl publication ol this n..... on
the 27th da> ol Nov. 1964
A. JAY CRISTOL
At tome} foi Bxei irlx
L'i North'a.-t l-t Ave,
"",Wl '''"'"^ 11 .7. 12 I. 11. IS
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 12765
!E( >RtlE K. NOlILK,
Plain II i.
\s.
LEONE NOBLE.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO LEONE NOBLE
In 1 m.I.' inul'Hi Sin ,t
Barrie, i Intario, Cat
1 LEONE NUBLE,
notlfli d 1 hat 11 Bill ol Cm Kin for
1 ilvorce has been filed 111
ml 1 ..1 ail n Min cd to servi .1 ""|i\
VnsWer or Pleadina lo Ihe Bill
mi 1 '..ii 1 1 the PI
I,. .. HERIIER r II vv ILKNSKY, 317
I lisi 11} 111 !' iililin-. : IV,-I I- liiRlcr
St 1. 1 I. Mi.11: ; 2. I-'OI fill tin-
: Alls" : I'll Hill II
I 'ircuil
Ihe
lleccmhi I ": ll }ou fall lo do so,
, il, I'.inll 11 he luki n
I
;n lit. 1 Int.
all I cd 1
.
1 ni THE JEWISH l'i.1IRII I \.N
III INK AND IRDKREH ul '
!-'. 11.1 -1 ii da) ol Xoxeinln 1.
Al' 19
1: II LEATHERMAN Clirk,
' '11 i Court, l >ade >uni 1 Ii Ida
1-.,1I1 11} Marxui lli M01
lte|l 11} l'i' 1 k
HERBERT B v\ ILENSK Y
,- .1 1 llulldlllH
Miami IS, l'.....
Attorm } foi Plaintiff
11 27, 12 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66058A
IN RE: Estate of
,11 IHN r.vi 11.\
Deci a-i d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I'laints or Demands -Vuaiti.-l Said
Kstat' :
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an} claim* and do-
ni.iiK:- which you may have against
the eatate of JOHN I'ATON de-
ceased late of I'adc County, 1'lorida.
in the Count) Judges ol Dade County,
and file Mi" same in dupllcuti and .1-
i>ri,\ in, ii in Section 783 16, Elorida
staini'-s. In their Offices n Ihe Coun-
t> Courthouse In Pad" County, Elor-t
Ida, within six calendar months from
tit.- time "i the flrsl publiuaUoii here-
of, nr tin mie w ill be bat 1
Dated hi Miami. Eli Ida, this 10th
da 1 : Sot en her v I 1
s.VM'i iRI' S I VI \' 'E
As Exi cutor
PACNCE, PINK .v I. IKM VN"
i:,".' 1 'oiigri -- ill l| Miami, Florida
Attol no s foi 111 Exi "
11/20-27, :-. l-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
f LOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 107b4
DOLLAR SAViNiJS BANK '!" THE
CITY 1 il-- NEW VoRK,
Plaintiff, .
\ s.
V ERNi N ESC 11. 1 1 ux, 1 1 al,
I i.'l.'lnlaMt-.
NOTIC11 OF SUIT
T' .1, Barr) Jon .-
St. .1" ll. ctor)
East St. Louis, III.
I'm His 1. Karch
Rural Ro He No. 1
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William 11. .'mh.-s
sus N01 th i-'tlt sti. el
Mount Vi-i-M..... III.
Vmu are hen b) nollfii d thai the
above a|'tit,ii"'i action has Im I'll in-
stituted again*! you In 111 Circuit
1 'oui t of tli.- Eli \. mii Judicial 1 'ircuil
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foreclose 1 mi rtaaife u|H>n tin .
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TATES, in Mill Ins i" the Plat
Uteri of, .....r,li d In Plal Book 83
.it Page :'." ol 11"- Public K......tls of
Dade County, Irtoildu, together with
Vi '" tlan I 111 mis.
^ mm are reu, ri .1 In I lie n res|ion-
sivc pleading 1 platntifl's complaint
with lit" Clerk of tin aiMi.-'.iiil Court,
ami serve a cim,i) Ihereol upon plaint-
iff* attorn.) MARTIN l-'l.M:. Dade
I .1. nil Building, Miami, h'lorlda 33131.
not later ihun I.....-inber -">. 19*4, "i ;,
11.. I.- Pro "ouli -.-" u ill be ntered
against you.
HAI III : Nov. mii. 1 24, 1964.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
1 "lerk of iln- 1 "lii nit ''"it
s.-ali B) : i-. P. CtU'ELAXD
IK-pul) Cleik
MARTIX l-'l.M:
Had" i-'i-ii.iai Building
Miami, h'lorlda, 33131
ii" \\ .sithi rstone, Mlnoi -.
1 :"", ill anal Avenue
1 el roit, Mii bbj* t
v.. ,1',. hi reb) iiMiifi.-d that 1
above laptlon-d action has been
*tituto t of ill" Eleventh Judicial '
1 nil ..- 1 lorlilK in and foi Dad. Con
t ,., 1., !,,.. 11 mortgage upon I
,i, scribed real prop. 1
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SECTU iN EIVB. a. cording I" ll"
l'i,ii 1 hen mi, re. orded In I'la
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tiffs .."mm.. v, \ HTIN PINE, I ''
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nol later than l>eeember '.'1st, l'"'
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t.-r.-'l ugalnsl > ou.
DATED: November IT. 1964.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
' '; of the Circuit ('"III t
By: K M. I.Y.MAN
i'"i..ii\ Clerk
MARTIN FINE
I ladi F. ileral llulldinn
Miami. Florida 33131
11 'J"--'T. '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65052-A
IN RE: Eslaii "i
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Ins Claim* "i Demands Again*! Si
I'.stat. :
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quired 10 pivscin any claims and ri
mainl- .\iiali you nut) have again
the estate ol SAMUEL POLLACK
I,. 1-. .I late of I '."!. County, l-l"
11 27, 12 i-ll-is i,|;i. ,,, th, County Judge* ol Da.
I County, and 'il.- the same in dupllcal
NOTICE UNDER ami a.- provided In Section 7:u.r
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Florida Statutes, 111 their office*
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that | the Count) Courthouse in Dad.' Coui
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo cugag. in ly, l-iorlda, within six calendar montl
business tmilci ti.. fictitious Mam. ol from th. time of the flml publlcatl.
I'M 11:11 AMKRICAX I'NDKRWRl- hereof, ..1 the same will be barred.
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Hutch, Florida Intends to reglstei dn) nl XovcihIri-, A.D. 1964.
-aid name with the Clerk of Hie Clr- PHILIP POLLACK
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No. 64C 12271
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NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
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IIAX, 14 I i rani Sireit. st......tain,
Mussacliusetls, a?, notified i" nerve
:i cop) "f join att-w .1 to I llvon
Complaint filed against you on Plain-
tiff's attorney, liEOIUSK NICHOLAS,
i,l. N.W. 12lh Ave., Miami. I'la. air'
II 20-27, 12/4-
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITOUS NAME LAW
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Nl "I. K IS IIKRKBY (1IVEN Hi
the tiniiiTMiitf .i. ii.-Mint to engage 1
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K. il. LEATHERllAN. .'lerk DAVID P. CATSMAN. ESQ
By: c. P. COPELAND, D.C. Attorney for R. L. Cook
11/13. 10, 27. 12/4 : 11 ti, 12 I-''-
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
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Rttttian deiecates V. K. Kekkiiis:-.. le:: end Gen. Stepan
Mikoyan :est pilot son of the Soviet Preside:.: Ancstas Mik-
cyz- a: the Ir.terr.auor.cl Aeronaut:: Feie:r..:r. C;:._.ress.
Mikoyan's Son Attends Air Meet
At Weizmann Institute in Israel
Exchange Student
Seeks Orthodox
Home in Miami
A:: Youth Exchj'
received a request lrom Mi
Video tor i home for a liyear oiii
rould like to c -me t
area a- ar -xc'ianre student under
tn's sponsorship.
_h the American Youth
Excl .hi a large
number the
In.ted Staic- from man) South
American countries, this i> the
..t it has been jske lace a student in an Orth
a here dietary law*
and traditional customs are ob-
Dg to Mr- 1:
Pea 000 No. Krome \
.:d.
Pi. nt of the organii
U is W Bookhultz.
REHOYOT .JTA The In-
n-national Aeronautic Federation
opened its 57th Congress at the
tte:zman Institute here recently
with an address by Israel's Trans-
port Minister Israel Bar-Yehuda,
who returned from an official visit
to the Scandinavian countries.
During ceremonies opening the
Congress, in which 43 aeronautical
clubs throughout the world
participated. the Federation's
Gold Space Medal was awarded in
b-entia to Yalentine Tershkowa,
the Soviet astronaut who last year
became the first woman to go into
orbit. The medal was received on
her behalf by Y. K. Kekkmski.
head of the Soviet delegation,
who also received the Federation's
Tissandier certificate on behalf of
the Russian parachutist. Yentina
Silverstova.
France U also honored when
a Gold Medal was awarded. alM3
in absentia, to Mme. Jacqueline
Aunol for her "entire aeronauti-
cal career beginning in 19+8."
Yice Admiral R. B. Pirie. of the
I'nited Slates Navy, was among
the recipients of the Tissandier
Award. a> was Rina Levinson, an
Israeli pilot who has been flying
gliders since she ffu 14 years old
and who now operates an air taxi
service in Israel.
Spice iras added to the confer-
ence by the presence of Gen
Stepan Mikoyan. test pilot son of
the Soviet President Anasta-
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Mikoyan who arrived in Isra.
part of the Russian delegation the
night N.kita Khrushchev's dismis-
sal became known. Having since
toured Israel, he expressed en-
thusiasm at the development of Is-
rael and was particularly im
preyed with the phenomenon uni-
que to Israelthe Kibbutzim.
Mikoy-n voiced his astonishment
at their very high standard of liv-
ing, which he had clearly not ex
pected to find in a collective vil-
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Names Klein
Paul H. Klein, vice president and
copy director of Bishopric-Green
Fielden, Inc.. has been named
creative director of the Miami
based advertising agency.
The announcement was made
by Jack I. Green, chairman of the
board of B-F-G. one of Florida's
largest advertising agencies, with
branch office- in Kingston. Jamai
ca. and New York City
Klein ha- been with B-G-F since
1958 and has won numerous local
and national awards for copy-writ-
irg. A native of New York. Klein
has been in the advertising field
for almost 20 year-
The World War II Air Force
veteran lives with hi' wife and
lhree children at 945 NE 175th St.
Dr. Goodman
Guest Speaker
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? MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
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Dr Mich -el Goodman, execul
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vice, met -.vith members of the
Beth Shotom Temple Youth in the
first of a -c ries of discussioni
>.ocational guidance at the month-
ly barbecue of the group at Tern-
r le Beth Sholom Y mth l.
ay at i p.m.
1 ponsored by
the Brotherhood
President | Diem \
M Frii Hand
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Teen-Agers Plan
Temple Weekend
Dec t to 6 Mill mark i
cnn.
leen-agen for Temple Menorah's
.nnual Ch.nuka weekend
crdinatinu :he weekend will
members of Junior and Senior
I sy groups spot ire I by th>-
Temple.
Theme will be "Jewi and their
Ontile Neighbors in Everyday
The program will be highlight-
ed by a dance Saturdaj evening,
ring a live band.
in charge of the weekend are
Sharon K ivetl Fudi Stein, I'am
ft'eiustein, Stuart Hiskin. Marc
-'--man. Rabbi Maj ..mo
".tz. Del -by Geltser, Esther Ben-
moiras. 7.\ i Honor. Maria Taub,
Phyllii Potash. Miles Kuttler
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ti the group
Beth David Sisterhood
Mrs Murraj Dacks Beth David
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that on We Inesday. at 10 am the
Sisterhood Board sat in open
essi n in Spector Hall. Following
the busine.....--.on. there was
a C'hanuke | U paid-
up membei -
Temple Zamora
Blood Drive
Dr. Wolfson
Is Honored
mi Beach B'nai B'nth Lodge
Luncheon Club and the
honored Dr Abra
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' iGfewish Floridliian Combining THE JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ~~. Number 49 Miami. Florida. Friday. December 4, 1964 Three Sections Price N Observers Place Blame on Syria for Clash C0LIIN4 ABRAM MIEDMAN HOfFMAN APPUMAN SIAWSON MAX OROVITZ TO BE HONORED JCom. Meets Here : or 3-Day Session; bllins Due Saturday SOt/THffN ISSUES RAISED PAGE 6 ( hoi Collins, former Governoi panda ii is director of the lihed Federal Com |iiy Rrlal ons Service, will ad Ihe American Jewish Comee Saturday night, Dec. 5. at lintr mei ting hiKhlifihlinj; the relations agency's annual Ul Ex cutive Board meeting pf Km: mi bleau Hotel from 14 to 6 me-day meeting of the Com('•'s,i. %  •< He. onal ConlerIhe in -. ii': • .-together of lurifrom the Southwestern I"tern Region* of the I UK Slate of Klorida Iti r : i cede the BxecuIBOJI: %  (.-ting on Thursday. R sessions „re closed except ht dinner meeting Saturday In addition to Gov. Colthe d nnei session will be ftssed by Morris B. Abram, |ouk Held for 15 Days >n Enemy Contact Rap f ivr .i i \) Mordecai • ho v. .1rescued I' Rome from kidnaping toptian diplomata, was rer (| hen : ir r, days on charges I' *ins Israel's bor| n, t 'i maintaining contact I'nomv intelligence. %  had been drugged and 11 > into a trunk cj "diplomatic mail" for | ,n I" Cairo, returned to Istarilj to face the I Samuel Tamir. his attorlraised no objections during the hearing, commenting that li.,eh detention i~ better than an Egyptian prison Prior to his departure, Louk told a press conference in Rome that he had asked to return to Israel because he feels he would be secure there, though he understood he would be arrested on arrival. He said he was ready to pay the penalty for any crime, but added that he did not feel he was a deserter because he had Continued on Page 5-A Gen. Bull's Report Shows Back Air Retaliation Unti Israel Held Last Minute president of the American Jewish Committee. Max Orovilz. leading Miami citizen, civic leader, and philan| thropist, "II receive a special award at the dinner lor distinguished service in the cause of human relation*. The Natii.ua. Executive Board, principal governing body of the American Jewish Committee, sets major policy on program and Institutional activities. Kach tall it meets in a major American citj other than New York which is both its national headquarters and scene ot its annual meeting every spring, 'flui> the fust meeting in Miami, and it will explore major current problems facine, American and Sou I hi rn Jewry. Tinfirst program session will inaddressed by Seymour Samel Continued on Page 10-A UNITED NATIONSJTA) — A report from on-the-spot United Nations observers has placed the blame on Sj ria lor starting the fighting on ihe Syrian-Israel binder which -•viltly escalated into a t.mk and plane battle The report was circulated .11110111; members of the Security Council by Secretary General U Thant. It had been prepared by Lt. Cen. Odd Bull, chief ol the stall of the UN Truce Supervision Organization, lor the Security Council with which both countries had filed complaints over the brief but savage Nov. 13 clash. In addition to reporting that the firing had been started by the Syrians. Gen. Bull also confirmed in his report key points made by Israel before the UN. One was that the Israel border patrol, the target of the Syrian shooting, had been traveling on a track inside Israel's border. The other was that Israel's counter-strike with jet planes did not get underway until after UN military observers tried and failed to get Syrian acceptance of a cease-fire agreement. Israel acceded prcmptly. Gen, Bull told the Council thai the path taken by the Israeli patrol •Inch had t.:ken the fir-t Syrian fire h.ul bei n demarked as being OT: the Israel side by a Canadian team of experts which had consulted both the Syrians and Israelis separately. However, lie proposed that the 1 re.1 be studied again by a joint survey team to exclude "possibilities of dangerous flare-ups" and to help "brin^ back tranquilty to Arab and Israeli farmers in the area, and contribute to some extent to the diminution of tension between the two countries He stated that there was "suspicion and bitterness" on both -ides, part of it due to Israeli's refusal to recognise Syria's authority in the demilitarized zone in the area and also "as a consequence ol Syria's steadfast refusal to seek ;ri end to it> conflict with Israel." As a result of the clash. Gen. Bull reported, three Israeli soldiers were killed and nine wounded, five of them seriously. Two members of Kibbutt Dan were injured. Kibbutz Dan suffered Continued on Page 12 A Shazar Receives Bishops; Lauds Vatican Declaration ARAB CHRISTIAN SPLIT PAGl $A CARDINAL BtA REfUTES POLITICS PAOi t-A JERi SAi EM—(JTA>—President Zalman Sharar told a group of Catholic prelates at his home here Sunday that ihe Ecumenical Coun 11Iadoption ol the declaration on illations with the Jewish people constituted "a daring and purifying pronouncement." Thirty-four bishops, all of them coming here for a visit liter the conclusion Ol Ihe last session of the Ecumenical Council .n the Vatican, visited President Shazar at his home for .1 reception by Israel's Chief "I State Hailing the Councils adoption Ol the declaration, which would clear the Jewish people of the charge ot deicide. and at the same time con ilemn anti s, mitisni. Mr Sha/ar told the prelates that the Catholic Church statement explicitly lor bid.hatred of Jews ami abrogates the ancient accusation for which there is no ground in fact hut which drenched my people", history with blood.'' Noting that the Church document is yet to receive final approval at the next session of '/ e Ecumenical Council, after which it is to be promulgated as tormil Church dogma, the President declared: "If the doccument is promulgated by the forthcoming session of the Council, a very great step will have Continued on Page 3-A IMPRESSIVE MARCH 500 Rabbis Protest Soviet Anti Semitism NEW YORK—(JTA)—More th GOO rabbi:—Orthodox, ("onsen live and Reform — representing c ingregations in New York Cil and vicinity, as well as in Nt Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, Staged an impressive march Monday m protest against Jewish religious and cultural repressions 111 the Soviet Cnion. They addressed to the Soviet Government a tenpoint appeal for the restoration of Jewish cultural a n d religious rights and an end to anti-Semitism 111 the Soviet Cnion. An appeal was also addressed to President Johnson lor support ot this protest The letter to the President will be taken to the White House by I S. Sen Jacob K. Javits and Senatoi Elect Robert I" Kennedy After the meeting, a delegation of six rabbis tried unsuccessfully to deliver the appeal to the USSR authorities at the Soviet Mission to the United Nations. The delegation was refused admission to Soviet headquarters on the grounds that only missives from official governmental bodies could be accepted. The Board of Rabbis then said the protest and demands would be mailed to the Soviet Embassies in Washington and New York. The pleato the Soviet Union were backed in addresses at a Continued on Page 3-A Sh, hhodox Eye Leaving 'Roof Groups FjttGTON. .ITA.-A pro I '"' MM 1 %  ..iion 01 -, per| m coordinating committee of %  %  Orthodox Jewish organapproved here by del;'" Mie 66th anniversary hiInvention ol the fmon ol ;" x h*ih Congregations of eph Karasuk. ol New York, chairman of a special committee on re evaluation, lie offered the proposal after presenting the report ot the committee.which stressed that creation of such a coordinating rommittee must precede any con (deration • >! withdrawal by Ol tli odox organisations from their pros "as submitted to cut participation in general Jew ''by Rabbi Josi-h coordinating agencies The deb .Proposal was egatea reelected Moses I Feuer stem, ot Brookllne, Mass., as pre-, ident. The special committee was named several months ago to determine the benefits and liabilities of association of the UOJCA the national organiiation claiming to serve 3,100 OrContlnued on Page 7-A Atom 1. fiuiRsniH reflected president alom Rams Norway Boat NEW YORK—(JTA 1 Israels 25,OOw-ton luxury liner, the ShaInii. crashed into a Norwegian tanker last week in a pic daw n accident, slicing the tanker in two and tearing a huge hole in its own bow. None of the 600 passengers or the crew of 460 officers and m


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.-—? 4-A +Jmlst fhrfj&r Friday. December 4, 1964 C 'Jewish Floridian OFFICE cr.d PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 PuMi*hi **wj F-KU* ••'.-* • &f ;* by T 1 — ,'!-*• nMttM at 1) S E Sixth Sir* : V ..r| y 8aca4-Oa)M IV>:s# I'.. '. i; M &f IV %  TS Jewish fo-J.n hit iMe-Nd the J*wih Unity %  "• t* .%  > %**••. Mfmw t> Ji*n Tei^raphic Agtncv. $n Art. Ftu' S"3atf. Ws'Moxde N.w. br.ict. National Eo tor ial *.. I K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher L30 MNDUH Executive Editor :£LMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher K a • %  ^ SLSSCMiPTlON RATES Local Area Ona Ye' to 90 TKr Y*a-a f.tQQ Owt •' Tan UM" Wefluoat VohnM 37 Number 49 Friday. December 4. 1964 29 Kislev 5725 Ecumenical Decision A Welcome One Tn Ecumen.:^: Coundl dconoa a wel com e one Aft two-thouskl fMd Hw lews an finally or -Ivec of the unjustifiable charge of ride A: the roc: of this charge has lain uch of the rouse fa cmn-Semitisnri .::u;-jn: history The Roman Church Lt to be congratulated foi e aer.s.rr. h ras a difficult one. %  make—particularly as evidenced v those Catholic prekrtes %  > ho VOtS 1 :• the measure nrrly.ro to .: r. olinrrl motives. ?.:' the Vatican has already ever. swiWy against these Church -ers sspecialry in the Arab rnnp who link sura with :he State of Is: re". It would he unrealistic to expect immediate difference in attitude : oer.erations of people instructed 1 one fashion are not likely to mange overnight This includes the ower echelons of Church officials, .err.seives. But 38 bishops whom Israel President Zclrr.ar. Sharar welo-rr.ed ct his home this week are an € \-ampie hopefully, of whet the future portends. The schema on the Jews will not be finalred until the next session of the Ecumenical Council, and amendments to it are already prepared that may weaken its intent But the peril that saw the passing of the schema must %  -Itimately prevail. A MtL££TO£ AJCommittee's Meeting The American Jewish Committee's National I xecunve Committee meets for a three-day sess.on this weekend here en Miami Beach. A ie variety ct sessions w ; ll discuss issues of r rear rrr.pcrtance to Jews throughout the ncr • XL Tr.e Southeast and Southwest Regions are —.eer.r.o ::r a rr.e-d-v session the day before 1 Study problems particularly s.or...r.can! to .= pert of the country. Some of tr.e American Jewish Coaunittse's :p proress.or.al and lav leaders are here for •-.e talks. Tre Sat ur day -.::.: banquet teatara k a cmet Florida Gcv LeRev Collins or.ol award •: Grecrst Miami's own Mas 0re: • ell-known in welfare or; r_r-.or.inr.or deavor o= weU os or. ap p ear an ce by tr.e Successful United Fund We join the community in welcoming the success of the 1964 United Fund campciar The campaign, under the aegis of Chairman Sidney Ansin. went over the top of its S3,256,000 goal by S9.125. There is every hope thct the goal during the weeks ahead, by its natural impetus, will be exceeded by ever, more. United Fund mcorporctes c variety of health and welfcre ccer.cie in Dcde County. As Fund President Gen. EA. Evans put it. "the 10.000 volunteer workers were among the bicgest factors ir. the success of the campaicr.. They understand that UF aaer.cies heir then neighbors os well os themselves Apparently all c: l>ooe County understood this in order :: help tne United Fund roach its 1964 Mount Sinai Grows 1:— • %  .trees President Morris Arrrrms In 0.. the thould re both a ;•.-ot.ro _-.: re one JNFs Kennedy Peace Forest Greo-er v.r.r Jewish fictional Fond -reser' Ml peace award or; i.leorore 1:5 irr. r Kennedy ?eo:e T:re=:::;:: 90 Sunday Evening oire Fontainebtoau H::eIt is expecteo that this wiS be one of the roesr_rr-.:ns ever re.o ;v tne |Hf here • —.or. Bomstem 0: Washington and Miorr.. oeacn 1= srre-o-le-o :rr raoStVSJ the awaro The John F. Kerr.eo. Peore Forest is one :r the Iswssh Not.oro. Funds mcjor land re. orr.or.cr. pre e-ots in tr.e State or Isroel TV ne :ores; w... —.emor.aure •ate —.00• red Pres.oen: strroik now.-, ay an assassins oulie* %  November UB3. As s_;r I %  fl provide a worthy link between the people of the ted States and the re-ore or ^roeL both of om revere tr.e oerr.o>orrr..r or. rnr.es for v.-hich Mr. Kennedy stood Those ortero.r.r the ':.-. %  F l-lennedv ?* Tons: Award dinner Sur day evening will be Is to feei thct 'hey ore expressuno tnernselves s .Americans who revere ire memory or ote Preskien:. Toe. m • _. olso be orle to reel rat they are subs' I _•..-. 0 kg r.e ejare of Israel through us .otes: Jew.^r. Mo> rro. Fund pro;-er. jroundbreaatma oeren additions te Mount S :. H Sunday at 11 pjn The zdditic All Bess.e Warnei Care = %  0 erst -r 5. Werner recently eontri oro o rev. o_orte: of o million dollar addition %  Mrs 5 Harvc Sresmsf daughtsf Mrs Basil Heattes t o w aid szpansiOQ rr ire piH i s e nl Creersr-or 0 Patient P a v ili on The rererr.rr.es w-.ll s*r%-e 0= o tack-ofl or o *ee.< or stellar svwnts with U S Se-rre:orv 0: Heo.ir Eo —oi.or oro Welfare Anthony J. relents I IB os gues spea-ier Tr.e week or events will culminate .n Mount Smais 15th orr_versarv JubilM Bail en Dec .1 o: tr.e Fcr.rrr.nebleau Hc e. Since .ts found.ns Mount Sinai Hospital nos stead-y prociessec to become c major medical center m South Florida. With the two new add.t.cr.5 the hospita. -*_1 ror.-i amono tr.e best c gocl I has kr>ng envisioned. Under the executive directcrsn.p 0: Scanuei Gertner wno was recent... os president or the F.or.oo Hospital Asscc.ot.cr Mount 5.no. oouv monsters to the needs of our comrnumry s r.ec.th needs wrhout regar d to race or relgion. Tne Sunday event should attract Greater M.rrm. s pocle and parto.pct.on 0= we., as tr.e ween cr runruons fotiowmr: .* :_.—...-.rt_no in .'uhuee Bell On the occasion or Mc Sir.cs .:'.rsary we wisr. tne even greoter achievemens _-. me r-ture during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN : I. ... sider its deliberations There is that the commission ill take th than make an immediate ruling less • THIS COLUMN,^; the informatwn here p rc Z ted. kno-v^ to me HBtVSE Isst week, has a:r t ^ 2 co r ered a t '• ^5 ual point of daU.es. Also, .her, J„ £ known quantity tfa deci day. ,00 late for rr.e ,0 ^ of course, the distinct po|bg e matter undt-r advisement r 5 ,hl But the handierJJj 1 refer to the Group Treatment Home of Jewish Famih Children's Service, which was scheduled t open on Jar arv 1 I*M The home, at 2010 SW 13th St.. Miami, is nou the center oj troversy by militant neighbors who don't quite under•"tFrs has m mind — or who perhaps don't really care It is 1 to recognize the nature and purpose of the project ment Home offers a family setting to a small nun !" -„ .—„..„_.!!.. ,l.^..-l._J TV .1 ( %  *r.Q are emot:onallv disturbed They are neither mei are they physically handicapped or psychotic Eligible children would have difficult • 1 lr.ttrpersonal re!.. severe enough I order that treatment of their disturbance car. would need and be able to use placement in a farm which is to some degree diffuse in the intent ; Above aD eligible children would fir-t I -•:• ngth tc resp :•%  • • • NOT A HASTY DfCtSION I EON FISHER • a S %  • I mention these poinu : %  %  ring at I nstitute real estal is. as 11 • redefining a fani); Robert King High. S Y .:rAlice Waini right The 1 did not act hsstilj First teat oir to the National Planning Board. a< fare League o! Anwrii 0 conciudtr agencies, tr.e JFCS Grvnip T ed in a re>icent:al area, otherwise, the inti program would, for apparent reasons, be defe_ Acting on this information, the commi>rvstrietion to permit the JFCS Home to open the ri. -:•:• -:• famous MtsikTtfMin w .oct IM AN IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION hen ^* Children > Senate did r.ot setrk the rariSBce H -• in basis. but for any >ocial agency here in Dace County H; the prograi gone unchallenged Lhes* agencies would also be abk pen Group Treatment Homes, and I suspect their repA the hearing Wednesday m the JFCS corner AFisher lees The absence of this type o< resource means thai from emotional disorder.requiring a highlj spec %  • 5 basis %  • em %  %  expen-: -• at the iential (or six poyi. or setting, go with.-.: %  In the view of a. %  • kcv official! ore caeast '-" : %  • %  • wld aiso be I first s %  %  %  %  area will be I %  • %  ts to board 1 -' I • .. %  s far as four 1 I IHTlttATIHG THl THttAftUIIC MtOCtSS As A MEANS o: e\ '< ~ 1 U % %  1 .--. • 1 ,-. %  • %  %  % %  children \ .diately :_. Barf a r-.eetir.i: it was aiso threats voiced to get rid of the Miarr.. Citj icy can do to a r.eighborhood."' The City Commission has acted Mayor H pjr ate in nbbonill cope wit. 1 difficult to foretell. But in the balance baagi advancement for Jewish Famuv and Chiktrer I Set l -ocial agencies here and elsewhere As officials of II The objectne of the total treatment program i \> '' J experiences of children thera;%  saw, :t ma> already have been decided whet -.on can also Integrate sad caily whther such petitKns as were laid r> cculd upset so important an ad\ance in human pro.



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Fsrje 8-A > kmitf flr-rM&r Friday, December 4. 1964 1 %  IT %  1 "AT ^^^^^ %  H m ^ h %  J ^M ^fl LIH^ I*" Mj # j 1 \ JM ^1 B. J HE I-*B %  V. sy 1 >4/c?£ Christians Split on Ecumenical Z6L William J. Harris iseccnd from right'' is the proud recipien*. of the Israel Redemption Award at the Temple Ner Tamidsrael Chanuka festival and dinner last Sunday eveninq at he Fontainebleau Hotel. He is seen here beinq congratulated oy Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. Adin Talbar. emissary of Israel vho made the preientation, and Murray A. Shaw, conqreqajon president and dinner chairman. Held on behalf of State of Israel Bonds, the dinner resulted in the sale of S151.500 in oonds. Ner Tamid Buys $151,500 in Israel Bonds As First Night of Chanuka is Celebrated In an Btmosphere of warm noli< .y joy. against a background of j ickering curdles in a giant menah, nearl\ 500 members and ; iends of Temple Ner Tamid gath%  ed in the Fontaine Ballroom oi • le Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun. a) night to celebrate the first _ht of Chanuka and the 16th anwrsary of Israel's Statehood. They came to honor Col. William Harris, %  founder of the Tem.<•. and expressed their esteem v purchasing $151,000 in State of rael Bondi in his honor. Bringing traditional holiday ong and warm Jewish folk hoosor to the occasion was enter-ainer Jan Bart. And bringing a %  ouch of Israel to the scene was Adin Talbar, head of Israel's -conomic mission in Washing•on. Talbar presented Israel's Re%  mption A.vard to Col Harris "in cognition of years of devoted %  r\ice in Jewish life." Rabbi Eugene B. Labovitz. spirual leacier of Temple Ner Tamid pened the festivities with the -hting of the traditional Chanumenorah This was followed by In of a giant Menorah Stat< commemorating Is%  anniversary. Dinner chairan was afurraj A Shaw, presi• ent of the congregation. Taking part in the lighting of Chanuka Menorah were Mr. Mr.Michael Glazier. Mrs. I Salomon. Mr and Mrs Meyer %  merman and Mr. and Mrs. Josi ph Kahn Particips.ing in the kindling of < Menorah of Statehood were Mr Mrs Frank Goldman. Mrs Sadie Trosky. Mr and Mrs Morris • tzky Mr and Mrs. Morns CoMrAnna I rrsin, Mr Mrs Louis Cohen. MrI • Sklar MrHenrietta Fine. ^nd Mrs Solomon Siegel, Mr Mrs H arry Glazer Sir and Mt. Sinai Garden Club Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club ?mbers will hear a ] on Magic at n with Ftowi ra Judy K .'.nick at a meeting at Miami Beach Garden Center no ( 'iir\ on Monday noon Mrs Alex T Eig. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Schachter. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs Ezra Finegold, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lieberman. Mr. and Mrs Max Raskin. Mr and Mrs Harry A. Sherman. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Zeman. and Mr and Mrs Nathan Rottenberg. Other program participants were Dan Piver, Eugene Schwarz. Can.or Saul H. Breeh. Dr. Ben L. Fabric and Dr Michael L. Horwitz. LONDON—(JTAI—Nine heads of Roman Catholic Churches in Jordan issued a statement of regret over the campaign in that country against the Ecumenical-Council vote on the declaration on Catholic-Jew ish relations, it was reported from Amman. One element of the campaign was a decision List week by the Jordanian Governmen! barring all prelates who voted for the declaration from visiting the Christian holy placein Jordan. In an article which appeared in Jordanian newspapers Sunday, the Rev Aqel. of the Evangelical Episcopal Church in Amman, called on Jordanian Catholicto boycott services held in churches be: _cnu to various monasteries and -ay their prayerat home in Arabic. He also urged them to cease cooperation with those monBSteriei and ultimately with Rome in order to force the Vatican to cancel its decision absolving the Jews." Christian religious groups in Jordan, meanwhile, have dalegated Msgr. George Batch, of the Jerusalem Latin Patriarchate, to "inform Pope Paul of the general reaction to the Vatican declaration on Jews. A meeting of Jordanian Christian notables sent a cable to the Pope asking that the declaration be dropped from the agenda of next year's session of the Ecumen, cat Council. Msgr Bateh disclosed that another cable was sent to the Ortho ciox Patriarch Athena.^orain I-tanbul requesting his per-onal intervention "to wipe out" the declaration "for the sake of church unity." It was also reported here from Beirut that President Helou of Lebanon is expected to.undertake a mission an behalf of Arab governmenife-'Mld he may visit the Vatican. .Sir.' Helou is the only Christian Arab head of state. A Catholic ol the Maronite rite, he served in 1958 as Lebanon'.Am bassador to the Holy See. Meanwhile, the National Lutheran, official organ of the Lutheran ( hurch of America, distributed itNovember issue of which was almost entirely devoted to pleas for greater cooperation between Christians and Jews, and denunciations of anti-Semitism. The issue was a follow-up to a statement on the Lutheran Church and the Jewish people, adopted last spring at a conference in Denmark, devoted to this problem by the Lutheran World Federation. In one of the leading articles in the issue, entitled "Are Christians Responsible for Anti-Semitism?" the Rev. Dr. Aarne Siirala. professor of th ology at Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo. Ontario. Canada, blamed Christians for anti-Semitism, "although that is not the whole answer." Another article, by Dr. Klara Schlink, o f Darmstadt, Germany, who is known as "Another Basilea," revealed that, under the Nazi regime, clandestine Bible study had been organized in Germany, teaching the need for wiping out anti-Semitism. Dr. Schlink was identified by the magazine as "fully devoted to Zionism on the basis of Christian faith." Another leading article „v th Rev. Dr. Philip A. Johnson. 9 Z relations d.rector for the \ a ,"T^ Lutheran Council, declares *£ history, theology and cES, S er a prelude to anderstaadhig" £ tween Christians and W 1 -rT concept of Jewfrt-Christia, £ logue is discussed in the maeavin. by Rabb, Arthur V,uonTZ National Conference of ChrHian and Jew,; and the R ev Thoma! Batich pastor ot ne Ad Church. St. Paul. Minn A statement hailing "with satisfaction" the adoption on tirst real ing at the recentlj c< minded Ecu menical Council in the Vatican of the Catholic Church declaration absolving the Jew0 f the chary, of deicide-and lauding "the, decii cated leadership at the Council of Paui-Emile Cardinal Leger archbishop of Montreal-was i* sued in Montreal Sunday bv the executive committee f the Canadian Jewish Congress The CJC noted thai ardinal Le ger's "spirit of liberalism, in con cert with like-minded colleague* from other parts of the world, had greatly influenced the Council'* adoption of the declaration, Je* of the world." the CJC executive stated, "note with -afi-iaction the action of the Ecumenical Conn' cil. 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Faqe 8-B +JeistfhrHlaF Friday, December 4, 1964 MARJORIE Marjorie continued married: only now they WOMAN OF THE WEEK Marjorie Frledland was a cunning youngster who loved to piaj with 'lolls. Moving trom Philadelphia, she lived si her father's hotel, the Shelbourne, until the troops moved in Her parents, Hattte and Sam Fnedland, are among the active old-timers who had a full share in the formation oi Lhe Miami Jewish community. She remembers many in teresttng things aboul her childhood. After all, it wasn't so long sgo -among them, ho grown up she fell ;. married to the president ol the Diplomat Hotel Irving has wonderfully exciting Ideas for the hotel and also tor his wife some ol the novel surprise parties that he has had for Marjorie have been the talk of the town—so dil ferent and clever She flies with htm when he goes to buy talent for the hotel and helps him -elect it An extra trip to Las Vegas or California is always welcome The Cowans alao entertain a lot in their new home. When Haydon Burns came to dinner, the Children came to the table as thev do every night They were as well-behaved and poised IS their mother was at that age. The lowaiis number many celebrities among their friends. Among them are Peggy Lee, who has panned a lovely picture for their new home The children keep Marjorie btisj with their lessons, dramatic and others She is on the Board of Temple Kmanu-KI Sisterhood and IT A and the Tom Dewey Foundation. Both she and her husband are on the board ot the Nova Progressive School in Blttward County. They also are very much interested in the Hand Foundation in Montreal it you listen to Ka> Starr's song called "Together Again." tbc talking part in the middle was written by Marjorie .li-i Bishop has told her that she has a special talent tor writing, and some daj she is going to take s stab at it Now all that she does with that latent ability is to write letters Marjorie can't sins %  n te. but she loves singing. m [act anj kind ol music Since lrv has a New York Office, it's all in a day's work to run up to New York and see the new shows Travel i* also part of thenwa> of life When the Cowans were in Is ael on then last trip, the> met and adopted a nine-yearIJ named U n He will come to them for all t the holidays nd sun I *< • • B < iack l i Isn el lo do h stint in the servici s : • %  that, his own •where he wants etters recer ed weeklj Dunn \, % %  ;. heel I i • : %  • %  %  gay n de of the homey :n two l U Miss Spirer Now Mrs. Frankel Miss Ruth Spirer. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer. of Coral Cables, and Michael Bruce Frankel. son of Louis Frankel. of Morristown, N. J.. and the late Irene Fiankel. were married Sunday. \ov 29. at the Sherry-Netherland. New York City. Dr. Joachim Prinz performed the ceremony. Dr. Spirer gave his daughter in marriage She wore a gown of candlelight silk faille with a port-ait neckline. The bodice had appliques of leembroidered alencon lace which extended into the controlled skirl. The chapel train was draped to the back and held in a Dior bow. Her silk veil of English illusion nil from a matching silk faille pillbox with lace appliques, and she carried a cascade of white roses and stepham.tis. Mrs. B. David Kaplan, sister of the groom, and Miss Barbara Spirer. sister of the bride, were matron and maid ot honor. Louis Frankel was best man for his son. and Michael Criffinger. David Hirsch. and Gilbert Heller were ushers The bride is a graduate of Coral Gables Senior High and Sophie Newcomb College. New Orleans, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi A graduate of Lafayette College. Bradford Bhchrach MRS. 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Page 12-A C +Jewlst> Her Mian Friday. December 196(1 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Yeshurun's Rabbi Caplan KABBI JONAH CAPLAN UN Observers Blame Syrians Continued from Page 1-A tireat damage; while Syria suffered seven dead and 26 injured, most of (hem civilians." As to material damage on the Syrian side, tiie I'NTSO chief reported thai ;t could not be ascertained because Syria had not allowed the 1 \ o servers to enter • all of th? locations mentioned in the Syrian complaint as having Y> n shelled by Israel artillery or bi mbed by t!;e l>rael Air Force on N1 13.•' JWV Delegates En Washington A delegation htj-'lod by Past Na 1 uiahder Daniel Neal l %  an I including Department < ndcr AJnslee R. Ferdie. National Adjutant Ralph ti r~<>—.-1-...: I Nal l Executive Commit teemen Victor Freedman and Irv St< nberg represented Florida at the meeting of the Jewish War \ i • rai • N • icecutive Com mitt tlj al the Internattional Inn in Washington, D. C. The delegates also attended the Fourth Regional Executive meeti on S % %  y i vening. The;, also participated in a pre sentatkm of J wreath ;.t tthe grave • ••• of the late President John F. Kenne Ij The delegates ;ire to report to the Council of Administration on Dec 13 at the Unified Hall in Beach. Rabbi Jon.-h K Caplan. of Temple Adath Yeshurun oi North Miami Bench, is .. graduate of Ye • \;i University. His urst pulpit was .'.i!i the Miami Jewish I gation in the Soutlmrest. the forerunner <•( C tion Beth %  [Mi Rabbi Caplan ser\'ed as spiritual leader of Temple Both El ol Astoria, L. I., tor sixteen years befoie being recalled to .Miami, this time to lead Congregation Knes eth Israel on Miami Beach. After two years with the Beach congregation, Dr. Samuel Bclkin. president of Yeshiva University, asked Rabbi Caplan to head the South Florida Regional Office of the university. He served in this capacity for five years. It was during this period that R;.bbi Caplan became identified with Temple Adath Yeshurun on a part-time basis. Rabbi Caplan and his wife. Lena, were both born in Montreal. The> reside at 1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr.. North Miami Beach. Thej have three children Faith, is married to Max Celnik. librarian ;it Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University. They have a son. Eliezer, age 2. and live in the Bronx. Another daughter. Shulamit. is also married and lives with her husband. Avram Reichman. in Forest Hills. L. I. The Caplans also have a son. Shlomo. a graduate of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. He was valedictorian at his graduation from Mesivta High School of Miami last June. He is. now a student at Ner Israel Talmudical College of Baltimore. Rabbi Caplan is vice president of the South Florida Council of the American Jewish Congress. He is a member of the Board of the Greater Miami YM and YWHA and the board of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. He is a member of the Social Justice Commission of the Rabbinical Council of America. He is vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. wain* ,^-'" jjl if7 ^L t i /F M \ w %  52 Association Chanuka Dance 52 Association of Greater Miami tor Saturday. Dec. 5. 9 p.m.. in the Starlight Room of the Shelborne Hotel. Reservations chairman for the event is Mrs. Carrie K. Silver. The group directs its energies to bringing entertainment to patients at the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables and gives financial aid to their iamilies. RABBI SOL LANDAU Rabbi Sol Landau Beth David Guest Guest Rabbi Sol Landau, of Cleveland. O.. will preach from the The oldest, pulpit of Beth David Congregation on Friday evening, 8:15 p.m.. and Saturday morning. Rabbi Landau, the descendant of a long line of rabbinic families. is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary and was ordained in 1951. He attended Brooklyn College. New York University and Western Reserve University, as well as serving overseas for three years in World War II. A frequent contributor to the "Torch" and "U. S. Review," th official publications of the United Synagogue of America, Rabbi Landau has also been active in many national educational and youth groups, in addition to lecturing for the Conservative Judaism Cavalcade. He is a member of the Board of Governors of National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies, the National Youth Commission of the United Synagogue, and the Committee on Religious Standards for the Chicago Board of Rabbis. During hi; tenure with the White •tone Hebrew Center in Long Island, the congregation there received the Solomon Schechter Award for .ts youth activities. In 1953. the Park Synagogue received a -imilar award for adult educapecial A Chanuka dance, show and supper snack is being planned by the tion. an activity which is a lesponsibility of Rabbi Landau. 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Open (Very Day • Closed Sobbofft 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Oeoler President Johnson Lauds UJA's Rescue Program of More Than 1,500,000 People NEW YORK—(JTAV-President .He also -tatc! • Johnson to lauded "the epic ac complishment" of the United Jew,..,,,,,, %  „, '"•** ish Appeal of •naming more than "" 1 ni '"" 1.500.000 men. women and children man '" ,hem %  and helping them to begin new helped to becomi lives m i-'-ael and other free tens bj a I lands Jewish tpp, The Presidents praise was con ihe American tra< I tained in a .message to the annual nol to oui credit i Nighl ol Stars at Madison Square laws contaii % %  : Garden sponsored by the I'JA ol basis other •:, New York. His message, read to oi the applicant the capacit) audience by his daughter, Luci Baines Johnson, i s;.ul that anyone acquainted with • the hist ry of the last few years' was aware of the "great humanitarian achievements" of the 11. \ "The continued existence and growth of the State of Israel are matters of legitimate concern to the people and to the Government of the United States," the President added. "We share with Israel an unshakeable devotion to democracy." He noted that the United States and Israel were collaborating on research projects, "such as the desalting of spa water, which will benefit all of mankind. In addition. Israels growth and development have been an inspiring example — especially to other small countries —of what planning, intelligence and hard work can do." CA\TOR IIYJIW i I:I> after seven years witCongregation Beth Mos-e ,'formerly Belh frncldi has resigned. 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7 age 10-A +Jmisii tier Mian C jggj^mb* 4 ^ AJCom. in National Gathering Here ormer President Harry S. Truman (center) joins openinq event f 50th anniversary celebration of Kansas City, Mo., Jewish Community Center, one of several hundred affiliated with the Ja'ional Jewish Welfare Board. Hand-in-hand with the iorvier President are Sol E. Margolin (left), executive director, and Dr. Edward A. Devins, right, president. Last yeaT, Mr. Truman edicated a memorial in the Center to his late business porter. Eddie Jackson. Morris Abram to be Guest Speaker At Temple Israel Services Friday Morris Abram. national presint of the American Jewish Com ittee. will be guest speaker at mpic Israel ol Greater Miami Sabbath eve sen ices this Friy Right. His subject will be onditions of Jewish Survival." \ native of Georgia and a lead j trial and appellate attorney. ran al 4j is the 13th and youngI piesideat in the history of the nerican .1 e w i s h Committee. lich was founded in 1906. As president, he headed a { oup of American Jewish Com-littee officials who met with ope Paul VI at the Vatican last May to discuss Catholic-Jewish -elations as expressed in a dei "" %  at the Ecumenical Council. T August, he headed a three eek, 15,900-mile Committee -tission that investigated con : tions among the Jewish eom-lunities of four South American : suntries: Argentina, B r a i i I thile, and Peru. \bram was appointed by the late i -ident Kinnedy to serve in two -h fcoverr.ment post-. He was med leual chief of the Peace Corps at the time of its formation. He icurrently the U. S. member of the l'\ Sub-commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of Minorities In this latter position, he submitted ear'y in 1964 a dralt convention on the problem of racial and religious discrimination, and he has been especially active in drawing international attention to anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. Dr. Wolfson Will Discuss Poet •"Solomon Ibn Gabirol—poet and Philosopher." will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wollson before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning. 10 to 12 noon, in the Auditorium of Washington Feder..!. 1234 Washington Ave Music and a tape recording ot (he story of Joseph and his Brother.will precede Dr. Wolf son's addre>s. and open forum discussion will follow. Admission is free. II. F. Kaden is chairman. The Suinoza Study Group, under the direction of Meyer Charif. meets Fridays from 2 to 5 in the Community Room of the Miami Beach Federal. Washington Ave. and Lincoln Rd. Admission free. Continued from Page 1-A on "Current laeuea in the South.'' Samet. formerly Florida director of the AJi" anil formerly executive director of the Dadc County Community Relations Board, is now special assistant to Gov. Collins at the Community Relations Service. The Exeei:t ve Board meeting will start Friday morning. Some of the main topics to be explored, en which policv statements may be forthcoming, are: Shapirtq the American Jewish future Dr. John Slawson executive vice oi e .ident of the American Jewish Committee, is expected to report on a conference on the we-joct of Jewish identity and integration, held earlier in November at the AJC's national headquarters in New York City, with two dozen outstanding 'social thinkers" participating. Two specific questions in this area will be asked: What factors will determine whether Jewish 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 session will discuss interreligious affairs, long a major concern of the American Jewish Committee Particular attention will be given to the recent declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations, approved in principle last week at the Ecumenical Council in Rome, and how a new era in such relations is to be implemented Also under discussion will be AJC direc tions with regard to the Protestant communities. Civil rights is the subject of a session, with discussion centered on such problems as housing, education, and employment. Recent events — notably the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1944, "white backlash," mob violence, fraying of the Negro-Liberal alliance — will serve as a backdrop to such analysis. The recent election w ill provide the background for a discussion on the threat of extremism. The coalescnce of "Radical Right" influences in the course of the election campaign will be analyzed in terms of future directions. Guidelines for American Jewish Committee activity 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 ol Argentina. Brazil, Chile, and Pel u will report en its findings. This group is expected to recmil mend major action to marshal assistance in the U.S. for the 850000 Jews of Central and South America who. threatened on one hand by stepped-up neo-Nazi and Arab League efforts to foment anti Semitism. and on the other by inadequate cultural and spiritual re.-ources to enrich their cultural life, seem to face a questionable future. 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Fridcy. Decerr-ber 4. 1964' fJewisti fhrkMatfl Page 7-C Beach Bar Will Install Officers Nev esident oi the Miami teach Association is Morris Berich ''•' ,H> tartalhd with the slate i 1964-65 on Jan. 18 at the peauvilh Hotel. gervin with Uerick will be Rivkind, president-elect; i a Dtrtner, Leonard O. Wein stein. • •' %  presdents; Doris Weins i e in' S.kni. secretary; Murray Goodman, treasurer; George J. Alboum. historian. |mm< iiate past president is Stanle) 3 Richard. Other past preside] are Nelan Sweet and Henry V. aitzkin. Boari of Directors are Stanley Angel. Pudge Irving Cypen. William Mi icolm. Bernard S. Mandler. Robert A. Peterson. Harvey Kei-m..... Arnold Scher, Alan SilversteiB Samuel S. Smith, Eugene v.riss Raphael K. Yunes, Harry Zukern.ck. Jack Gordon At Ohev Shalom Ohev Shalomannual dinner will be held at the Sterling Hotel on Sunday. Jan. 17. Sam Roscmann. chairman of the Dinner Committee, announced that the affair will be held for the | benefit of the Building Fund for the congregation's proposed new edifice. Guest of honor will IKpresident oi Washington Federal Saving* and Loan Association and member of Dade County's Board of Public Instruction. Jack D. Gordon. Spiritual leader of the congregation is Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman. Kineret Chapter Chanuka Pageant "Matters of the Maccabees to Mother'.-in-Israel" was the theme ot the Chanuka pageant presented by Kineret Chapter of Mizrachi Women at a regular meeting last Wednesday evening at Temple Zaniora. Highlighting the heroism of Israeli women from the Hasmonean era to The present, the pageant featured Mrs. Irving Schwartz, Mrs. Samuel Ersoff, Mrs. Donald Schrager, Mrs. Solomon Schifl, Miss Sera Mae Geltner. Mrs. Artlinr Roth, Mrs. Elizabeth Perl, and Mist Annette Levitt, with solo II Mrs. Issie Ram. Program chairman for the eveninwas Mrs. Issie Ram. assisted by Mothei-in-Israel Chairman Miss Esta Karpell and hostesses Mrs. Nathan Miller. Mrs. Morris Moss. Mrs Irving Schwartz. Children of Beth Sholom qet ready to wheel across the slreet to North Beach Elementary School cans of food which were contributed by Temple Beth Sholom Religious School children durinq Sukkoth on Sept. 21. It is the custom at Be'h Sholom each year to deliver the Harvest Festival offerings to the neiqhbor school just before Thanksgiving so that the cans of food may be included in the Thanksgiving Baskets which children of North Beach Elementary School make up for indigent members of the Greater Miami area. Shown are Mis.s Ne'tie Goldstein, head of the Hebrew Department of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School; Susie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bennett Lee; Bryan, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kushman; Michael, son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Burk; and Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Baker. 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Friday December 4. 1964 ••JEM isti fkridian Page 5-A Hebrew Acad. Honoree Samuel Reinhard Has Lifetime Work in Jewish Education RtmVATIONS NEAB THOUSAND MARK FAGS I-C T ., gam i Reinhard, involveible causes is a way ,.„,. his long history oi ntl participation, Reinhard .. honored by the Hebrew ,,!, • al its 17th annual scholliinn % %  %  Jan. 3 at the Deaulc H (ion has been Ins forte. ,.. nci his youth in a small hamlet before the turn d the century, Reinhard has been i,!,...,'ii with the necessity of IK ,; ni children in tho wavs of ...... [aith. This conviction found uon in his labors on benaif i the Hebrew Academy. "I attribute my interest in Jewish education to my upbringng, Reinhard said. "I attended cheder as a child and have iever forgotten my training •here." Ine "I the pioneers in the forol the Hebrew Academy, Reinhard now is its first vice presMil and ("-chairman of the im• Board of Admissions. He lews the Academy as a personal rsponsibility, spending hours there i. h day. Though the Academy demands inch "I his time these days. Rein-' -;.-d has been active in almost every phase of Jewish life. Many i ihi synagogues in Miami and Miami Beach owe their financial stability to him. "1 helped raise i' for many of them," he said. 'When they were just beginning, was a new resident here." Few people qualify as pioneers, though Reinhard fills the bill. Viewing Miami and the Beach as. a religious wasteland," he de-' %  (ltd to amend the barren Jewish elicious expression here. "That, as in 1934," he recalled. "I was nayed by the lack of religious ..i,lilies. Although 1 applied mysell as diligently as possible, even then 1 am really amazed at the treat progress that has been During the second World War, lemhard helped organize facili•its providing kosher food to Orthodox Jewish soldiers trainTHE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NllDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP AM Vour Furniture, Clothing, linens. Dishes, Drapes, ffc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ing in Df.de County. He remembers that neriod of his life with affection ;nd nostalgia. "Some nights we had IS to 20 young men in Our homo. My wife cooked for th3rn, %  •nd I served the food. In addition, I helped synacioyues provide similar services to the other numerous soldiers who wanted kosher provisions." As a result ol that service. Reinhard received hundreds oi telegrams from its beneficiaries. "I .leisure the outpourings Of gratitude as expressed by these boys," he said. He -till hears from many il them, and one is now a resident of Miami Beach with children In the Academy, still deriving benefit from Reinhard's dedication to Jewish causes. The philanthropist estimates that bettwecn 60 and 70 Jewish institutions of learning receive (i.mations from him yearly. "1 have given freely wherever there is need." he added, reeling off the names of some of his pet institutions. "At limes 1 have deprived myself to benetit them." Mrs. Reinhard. he explained, has encouraged him and has nurtured his charitable nature. "She never raised a protest." said the pioneer. "Rather, my wife has been a constant source of support, aid and spiritual sustenance. She believes as heartily as I do in the mission of preserving Jewish learning Mrs. Reinhard too will be hon. ored by the Hebrew Academy at the Jan. 3 dinner. Institutional charity is not the only genre of assistance cultivated by Reinhard. "I believe in individual aid," he asserted. "People ere important, and I try to solv* their problems when called upon. If they are in need, I will help them." Recognition has been accorded Reinhard many times before, but notably in two dinners sponsored j by a large northern Yeshiva with an enrollment of more than 2.000 students. The Hebrew Academy dinner will host an estimated 1.000 friends, family and community leaders who will pay tribute to Reinhard. Four of Reinhard's grandchildren are students at the Hebrew Academy and will participate in a special tribute to their grandparents at the StOO-a-couple function. All of Reinhard's local grandchildren have attended the Hebrew Academy, numbering 13. New York was Reinhard's home before retiring to Florida in 1934. Residing at 4180 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, the Reinhards have been married more than 50 years. Ner Tamid Plans Hf** Scholarships For Sixth Concert MR. AND MRS. RtlNHARO Louk Held For Enemy Contact Continued from Page 1-A not been in military service when he crossed the border to the Egyptian-held Gaza Strip in 1961. He reiterated earlier statements that he had been kept in an Egyptian prison for 21 months, despite promises on the Cairo radio that escapees from Israel would be given the opportunity by Egyptian authorities to emigrate overseas. Asked why he did not register in Frankfurt with the Israel Consulate when he was in West Germany, he replied that he had been afraid of Egyptian threats against his life and against the lives of his four children in Israel. Murray A. Shaw, president ol Temple Ner Tamid, announces that Ily Posner has been reappointed as chairman for the sixth annual Temple Concert scheduled lor Saturday evening. Jan. 9. 1965. At the initial meeting ol the Concert Committee, the following were appointed to assist Posner: Aaron Eisenstein, Mrs, Henrietta Fine. Adolph Greenbaum. Mich ael Glazier, Mrs. jack Greenberg, Mrs. Louis .r. Gold, Samuel Green field, Morris llinden, Harry JaWitz, Meyer Leshen, Harry Leiber man, Joseph Kahn, Morris Miretzky. Louis Pearl. Dan Fiver. Paul Press. Max Raskin. D. Dale Regent. Michell Reiner. Albert V. Rosenberg. Mrs. Feme Schwartz. Murray A. Shaw. Harry Sherman. Morris Ship. Irving C. Spear. Judge Louis Stallman. Joseph Silverman. Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Joseph Zeman The concert will be held in the main sactuary of the Temple, and will include operatic, liturgical and traditional music. The annual concert attracted an audiance of over 1.000 people last \ear. Mrs. Richard Alper, presidei Sisterhood oi Temple Beth Al has announced plans to give eig%  partial scholarshipto the Sout i east Kid. ration of Temple Yout'i Camp at Cleveland. C.a.. in horn of the Bar and Bas Mitzvahs the young people ol the Temple. ^ Chug Ivri Will Meet Wednesday Chug Ivri, Hebrew speaking group of North Miami Beach, will meet on Wednesday. 2 p.m., in Temple Ner Tamid. Discussion will follow a talk by I Martin I. Taub on "The Jewish Schema of the Third Session of the Ecumenical Council." ^llC BANK FOR YOU... 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Friday. December 4, 1964 Invlt* nrr/rffar Page 7-B \%^)ocialit Continued from Page 1-B Lean Ingber, ol Now York City. ,.,: virs. .ink Pearl, now ...,,. ,,. Las Vegas Thrill „, ;i lifetime (or the Nadels when bumped into Mr. and Mrs. i,'i.\ Hirsh, oi Manhattan, smack in the middle of the Sands Hotel lobby ft had been 15 years since Uiey saw one another gut n*y Xjrooll Men's Clothiers 495 N.E. 167th St. North Miami Beach order a gift eertifiyate for a CUSTOM-MADE SHIRT no*. /7"N Tailored by men with a r*34d40Hb for partition 7.95 Our representatives will enjoy showing you our beautiful line al your office or home. No obligation. rove Surloff, who will entertain for the future bride at a luncheon on Sunday During the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Judy. daughter >i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Surloff, paid a visit to her fiance. Bernard Fraden. and his parents, the Harry I'ra.-iens in Jack sonviUe. Variety's social calendar is bulging with really bis affairs: Vic Levine is chairman of the club's Past Chief Barker's Banquet on Dec. 10 Miami Beach resident Henry Oxell will bo installed as new prexy on Jan. 16 at the Deauville. • Mrs. Martin Levinson, wife of attorney Martin Levinson. a captain in the U. S. Air Force Reserve, baa been named secretary of the ncwlv-formcd group of wives of members of the Officers Club of Miami Now she and Mrs. John Tarver, president of the group, are making plans for a coffee to be held at the club next Friday. Her ORT records so precious to Florence Kuppcrman. she transferred to another apartment in the same building because it had an extra closet where they can be housed more luxuriously Quel dedication Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kogan, of Adams Ave.. have much to be proud of these days Younger son Stephen has passed the State Bar examination which was good news for him at his training quarter.. This makes two lawyerin the family—older son Gerald is ill State Attorney Dick Gerstein's office, Mrs. Alex (Sally) Gordon, 240j No, Meridian Ave.. made a trip north to attend Bas Mitzvah of niece. Elizabeth Cheryl, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Goldberg, in the Rego Park Jewish Center Foiot Hills. L. I While there, Sally will make a quick jaunt to Gotham town to visit daughter Linda, attending Barnard, and do some shopping Eileen, daughter ol" Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom, celebrated her "Sweet Sixteen'' at the Doral Beach Hotel on Friday Her parents, brother Jack, ani friends helped to make this an evening to rcmcnfier Eileen, who is interested in fashion design, hopes to make a career of it Brother Jack belongt > the Nautllui Junior High Science Club and plans on being a scientist Mrs. Arthur (Maxinei Newman back in her South Miami home, alter a siege in the hospital, in time to celebrate the third birthday of lovely daughter Regina. Bride-elect Barbara Stepner to be honored guest on Monday at u "Kitchen Shower" given bv Mrs. Lor"tta Lond and Mrs. Leonard liarr Sometime in December. Dr. and Mrs. Lester A. Stepner will hold an open house cocktail party for their daughter and her fiance. Dr. Jack Skigen, of Pittsburgh. LOUIS OTH CLOTHIS 3k a raAAu ORIGINALS JIMPSON DAKS These Famous Labels ;; r ". At Important Savings "South f lorido'i for.moil Quality CUthi.r" 608 Lincoln Rd., M.B. 2465 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Laud. We Honor LOCAL DEPARTMENT STORE, NATIONAL OIL COMPANY AND OTHER APPROVED CREDIT CARDS Through CCA. NO PAYMtNl 'Til NIXT YEAR WORLD'S LARGEST B. F. GOODRICH DEALER MIAMI HACK 111' AH*. toio w HOUTWOOO 40" H.lly.M,l • l.o •• !•.'. o.o -7 NOITH MIAMI 1JMO N W 7lfc AMAWO SOOTH OADt •OOI Sow* D.i.oH-y Op.I.I I r M II lAUOIIOAlt mow i...... ii. %  WEST PAIM BEACH | 27 N. DUHI I Highway t



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"age 4-B +Jeistncrkfton Friday. December 4. 1964 -~." ; and production crew -• Who N ee ds Tenbe: A dele Kay Munsv Kitmar. Stanley Money Front row from le* are Brenda B orn s te in. Ber. Strongin. Ronnie Wolk. Joe Sachs '.--: EdeJuxn Dorothy C'.ste: Sara Neve! Rube Idels, Lilycr. Brotman. end Bob ? -.-. Minna Bloom Dick Reuanan Lucille Brenne Tcp :cw hcrr. :e:t are Men Jacob-..:-:::.-:: Sere Ma:-us Evelyn Saluk Doc son Saul Rabin Abe Bornstein Bob Rcser. Ruts Syrop and Herman Fishei Midrod George Saluk bom left are Pfc 'His Docks Mumy Who Needs Money? To be Seen at Beth David Dec. 5 to 7 Judea Women's Member Affair On Wednesday. 10:30 am.. Tern jle Judea Sisterhood will hold itannual paid up membership affair in the Temple Reception Hall. A f..>hion sho %  featuring hand-made knits and ensembles made by Temple members, "ill precede a noon lurcheon MrAllan Greenberg 1In charge of fashion coordination assisted by Mrs Paul Wech-ler a* the p. W men modeling their own ereBS are Mesdames Louis Schneiderman. Jay Bearman. Leo Eb-.. Alex Grossman, Bernard Yesaer, Leonard Kali-h Frank Toback Joseph Klein. Melvin Harrison, Marvin Levin. Charles Ro-enbere. Hyman Belkin. and Sam Schule:..r. a complimenting him for of a new. short porth for men The letter Burke for hirr.an;. face„' Burke supervisegem-: and tailoring for (he fir reap, nationally, nufaeturelengQ %  suit raised • -.. f, i %  Sl Or Dora Stein Chanuka Party Dors St. • .-. f elite Cent J • n Sat the Social H La-.man. Mr• hesl dent Mrchairman %  Men's %  wh• Needs I s on gl it Spect H Mas El-Carim Wives To be Installed N eeted officers of F. v .rirr • of the Masons I .'ill be inst. in the Terrace tbi Dupont Plaza Hotel. beaded by Mrs Henrj > m. president. Mrs PhilGordon, Jr. past president: Said Cantor, vice president. Herbert Katr. corresponding secretary; Mrs Merton Jackson. secretary; Mrs Moe surer: Mrs Martin Nash, program: Mrs. Fred Aim ; 'itality. Mrs. Lou SegaL re-.ments. Mrs Sidney Richman. phone: -nd Mrs Frank Marks, son. Worshipful Master of Miracle In in Weiner \\ ili ii %  Having 5 for Dinner? %  %  nee 1 : ill preJ > black I Featured performers in "Who Needs Money?' irt Ronnie Wolk, Joe Nevel. Evelyn Saluk. Ruben Idels Luc e Alterman and Herman Fisher In all, the play has a cast of iZ. Facobson's < •: of Tickets, Mrs Jennie Gordon, Mr ami Mrs Lou Seitlm. Mr and Mrs Sam Badanes. Mr and Mrs Aichcie Mendelson and Mr and Mrs Joe Nuremberg; Harold Berke. Bernard Bloom and Mrs Lou Seitlin: program. Bernard Bloom and Herman Boren; dinner. Leonard Wolf. Charles ngai • Sai lanes i Mrs Ar:-. treas er, Frank R se pub... r-^r • of Beth 1 L Se:t!in Eternal Light Luncheon Set Nor Tarn, i Sisterhood will hold its annual Eternal Light luncheon Wednesday n^n in the Star • Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel. Chairman Mrs Henrietta Fine. -ted b> Vice Chairman MrHannah Ro>enfeld and Mrs Mar lan Rubin, will introduce a program of entertainment, including Ben Novack and his orchestra. JWY Auxiliary To Hear Review Mr! '-. Imsn pn %  : I iarj Jewis War Veterans an • I on v. edn 8 the i tonum of the w _• D Fed* ral S issn 1234 V. At • Mrs Bi rbert i lose will ,'. ... S lej Barker Mrs ( r ." • Gerrig I I :-rael an : of the cent. All proceeds be •.:the Te! rlastx mir I :-rae! Refreshments will be served CHANUKA GfUTIUCS TO ALl OUW Cl/STO/MMS "BOMT wottY aeour TOWS WIMMT-' rr TASTTt M KrtwTVflf SKINNV ^ BREAD -#FRIlOMAN-5 KAKERT 655 WASH SERVE NEW GEFILTE FISH IN CANS! E •%  %  %  M tea%  tir| tOfwatorer? B;/y twt cans i >—. • # America's Light Beet Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Co 3550 N W 58m Street Miam: Florida Their "Promised Land" For more than a m :—grants bHa Promised Land of s::-.. -=s beei a rei and r.g ti:: The) :i~ from perhapi 90 z Herts* couo trs '-:e.e-, z -e:: :on the ::~:;ss most cthem N Hi I ttte tnora than rtofM :; eort z~z I .5 reedoni %n& *.: % %  i %  -;.r J I ; %  -g the jfotfflf nal :' s i le~s cfocc s~etedethm| med: '%  •ducal: One of the Stmchas of modeni srae ; : J:j YUBAN now 100% Colombian coffee K s t-^'jb* -•> %  : -: ct-*^e utae*^; >*rt :. fate i %  &f i#r MteTart Ltot JB^*? Every Cup a Joyous Occastoo _r...darmer ..richer .n taste Ha I before. En.oy new Yuba, -ace"-""' fiirest Colombian green bea-> z .• bia" aged beans, roasted to favor pe-e:: -"" Eir| spa Sirncnal TM raki cstM f (MWS r *M> 3 YUBAN 100% Colombian coffee



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^Jewish Floridian Mi m : Florida, Friday, December 4, 1964 Sec'ion C Mrs. Harriet Ehrhard (center), sponsor of the Younq Scientists' Research Program in the Dade Countv schools, accepts a scholarship plaque from (left to right) Mrs. Melvin Harrison. Mrs. Bert Saul and Mrs. Paul Furman, members of the Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae Scholarship Committee, as Dr. Milton Scslaw, research director of the National Children's Cardiac Hospi'al and founder of the Young Scientists' Research Progrcm. looks on. The plaque bears the names of the scholarthip winners presented annually by Phi Sigma Siqma Alumnce to members of the Younq Scientists' Research Proqram. Rabbi Directs Youth Groups Urs. Herbert Seltman anil Mrs. I Leon Darlow, co-chairmen of Youth Groups of Temple Or Olom, antouncfl both the Junior and Scnor Teen-Age Groups of Temple >r niom are functioning through llAY under the direction of Jack ft ... r iin. Rabin, a senior at the Univertitj of Miami, has been a member of USY since seventh grade, ittended three USY conventions ,: many regional conventions. He a member of the newspaper stall of USY chapter and is and president of the High YMHA club. Sigma Lamb\ ii ensed Sunday School teach• r wth courses in psychology and mel ds, be is a graduate of the High School of Greater This is bis first year B3 director of the Temple Or Youth Group. Officers of the Junior USY of Temple Or Olom are president, Marc Hammer; vice president, Lorraine Loftig; secretary, Sher I Markowiti; treasurer, Windy Sloan; and sergeant-atrm;, Arnold Harris. s Of the Senior USY "I or Olom are president, liose; vice president, Mark %  cretary, Eileen Nelson; B'nai Raphael Discussion Group %  n. of Congregation B'nai discussion group was mday at the home of Dr Ii s. Alan Solov.. MI— urn was on the recent ence ol the Southeast Reg the rmied Synagogue. Topic V;,Tools "f .leui-h Survival." ol Ihe talks were also yed. i a discussed were also the nl problem of intermarriage '•• il relates particularly to the :e students. %  Iheard on Ihe tapes were Miiiton Siesal. head of United igue Department on Educaand Rabbi Morton Loilman. registrar of the Teachers College '• Jewish Theological Seminary of America. % % %  bbi Harold Richter spoke at Temple Beth Torah last Tues3 nn (he topic. "South Amen 1 Jewry," as part of Beth Tor S Adult Study program. Agudath Israel Social Meeting A social meeting of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute Sisterhood was planned lor Tuesday evening in the synagogue. Plans were made for installation Of officers recently elected. with Mrs. Emanuel Marin Blumenfdd accepting the post as presiaent. Other oflicers on the slate are Mrs. Nathan Lubm. Mrs. Sam Klein, Mrs. Jessie Friedman. Mrs. Helen llir.-chorn. vice president; Mrs. Adolph Stern, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Steckler. financial secretary; Mrs. Mildred Stolbach, recording secretary; Miss Trudy willner. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Fine, cultural director; Mrs. Elliott Perry Ever, social secretary; Mrs. Rose Hayes, publicity director. Honorary presidents are Mrs. Frances Uliian and Mrs. Rose Sieglried. Board of Directors are Mrs. Dina : Babok. Mrs. Ethel Barg, Mrs. Me Ishulam Cohen. Mrs. William Co-, hen, Mrs. Benjamin Dukel, Mrs.. i Morris Eeklman. Mrs. Max Gold, berg. Mrs. Joseph Gritz, Mrs. Nathan Halpcr. Mrs. Samuel Hershkowitz, Mrs. Anna Isaacs, Mrs. Mrs. Abraham Jaeger, Mrs. Albert Katzman, Mrs. Samuel Langer. Mrs. Israel Lederfain. Mrs. Samuel Molbcgat, Mrs. Harry Roth, Hn. Sarah Schoenbrot. Mrs. Arthur Schiagenheim, Mrs. Samuel Segerman, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Mrs. Rachel Sterngass, Mrs. Louis Tcitler, Mis. Harry Tepperberg. Mrs. Mildred Waldstein. Mrs. Emcrich Wcisz, Mrs. Phillip Yasser Mrs. Bluinenfcld was the first president of Congregation B'nai Solomon Sisterhood, president of many years at the Talmud Torah Ahavath Reyim Sisterhood, and chairman of affairs at the Lechem Aneem Charity Society, all in Brooklyn. X. Y. Mrs. Richard Lit'(riqht) was one o! the Suburban Leaque mod els at the Leaque's successful lashion show beneht for Vc riety Children's Hospital. She is seen with (left to riqht) Mrs Edward Feldman, co-chairman; Mrs. Arthur Pepper, president and Mrs. Morris Levitt, commentator. The annual luncheo: at Kinq's Bay Country Club was amended by seme 40C merr. bsrs and queits. Suburban Leaque allocates all its funds to help cancer patients at Variety Children's Hospital. Hebrew Academy Reservations Pass 900 Mark for Jan. 3 Annual Dinner Reservations tor the 17th annual -cholar.-'iip fund dinner ol the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy oared past the 900 mark this veek, as ten vice chairmen for the fan. 3 dinner at the DeauvTile Hoel were announced by General j .'hairman Leonard Rosen, chair-j nan of the Board of Directors ot; be Miami Beach Hebrew day | school. JACK RABIN secretary. Eileen Nelson, treasur treasurer, Sheldon Konigsberg; and sergeant-at-arms, Jerry Perch. Both groups meet every other Sunday evening at Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 16th St., the Juniors from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., the Sen iors from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Lorber Chapter Hears Review Lorber Chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospi lal. held a book review for mem bers ami guests on Tuesday. The affair began with a dessert lurcheon ai 12:30 at the home ol Mrs. Henrj Lubow, 13250 SW "2nd Ave. Mrs. Bea Weinstein gave a dramatic interpretation ol the latest best-seller by Irving Wallace. The ManTicket chairmen were Mrs. Joseph Kodel and Mrs. Seymour Samuels. Those named as vice chairmen: re Joseph Gonshor. Morris Bien-: enfeld, Irving Firtel, Max Gold-.; .ing, Max Deakter, Louis DeCovBny," Milton Kahn, Harry Rosen. Julius Rosenstein and Morris Dubler. All have played key roles in he growth ol the Academy and in i other communal efforts. A special meeting of the execu%  live committee of the Academy was held at the board room of the i Miami Beach school at to a.m., Sunday, to map final plans for the; slUO-a-couple [unction. Honorees at ihe gala dinner will be Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. As the 900 mark was reached, Academy President Louis Merwitzer praised the efforts of Chairman Rosen and Associate Chairman B. I. Binder. "Their teamwork is paying eff in the heaviest advance reservations in our history, and the goal of 2,000 persons is now attainable," Merwitier said. Co-chairmen Maurice Revitz, J. A. Cantor. Harry Genet and Joseph Cohen predicted another spurt in ticket sales following the first Jay ol Chanuka. "This is the time v hen many of our winter residents who are loyal supporters of the Hebrew Academj arrive in South Florida, and the Academy dinner is the traditional kick-oil of their social season," Revitz asserted. Wolfie Cohen and Oscar Mamber, honorary chairmen, said final selection of an outstanding national speaker lor the Jan. 3 event will bo made at Sunday morning's Executive Committee meeting. Special entertainment and dancing programs also will be determined at the Sunday session. With more than 400 students from kindergarten through the tenth grade, the Hebrew Academy is the largest day school in the entire South and has won nation il recognition lor its educational attainments. Sinai Sponsors Two Seminars staff is sponsoring two post-graduate teaching programs during the tirst two weeks of December. The first, from Dee. 2 through S, will be the eighth annual Professor Pro Tempore Program in Surgery sponsored by the Department of Surgery of the Hospital. Guest professor will be Dr. J. Englebcrt Dunphy, president of the American College of Surgeons, professor and chief. Departmenl Surgery, University ol California Medical School. The second program, from Dec. 7 through 11, is being sponsored by Mount Sinai Hospital's Department of Medicine and the section ol cardiology. This "ill be a post graduate course in phonocardiography given by Dr. William l.ikotf. chiel of cardiology, Hahnemann Medical School. Philadelphia. Israel Histadrut-Farband Labor Bart* Branches will hold a aala affair on Saturday, Dec. 12. at the Foiitainebleau Hot. Noted author and lecturer Dr. Judd L Teller will be quest speaker. Spotlighted will be the Rehabilitation Medical Cente P r afBeersheba 9 Israel, sponsored by Greater Miami Jewry, Planning for the event are seated (left to right) Mrs Meyer Kahn Israel Finkrt. Solomon Parness. Dr. Isaac "";• Mayshie Friedberg, Joseph P. Zucke.man. Moe Levine. Emanuel Burstein, Harry Chaet. Morrii Newmark. Harry Sacks and Morhe Berman, executive director. Standing (left to right' are Mrs. Sonia Robbins, Sam Feinstein, Simon Te'enbaum. Sander Wolson, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Philip Kraus, Oscar Shapiro, Dr. Norman Berk. Mrs. William Beckwith. William Beckwith. Samuel Galfond, Mrs. Harry Sacks. Mrs. Morris Newmark and Mrs. Moshe Berman.



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c Pcge 6-A JmistrhrM&r Tridoy. December 4 19BJ L Answer to DeGaulle By MAX LERNER Mt. Sinai 15th Anniversary Will Open Groundbreaking for New Expansion Plan a.m. and 2 p. im Auxiliary w iik the V electaSJOS over, theSuwM change t guard < -, bomb e\p(fyed. rro":rtent DeGaulle feels it ft* hm-. v take the center of the S t aSJS %  % %  that M exactly v.-.I put it in hiahiy personal 'crrns hut DeGatille's .. h.;!iiv p t r fl CTWi politic* A master >>t the art of political >Agrtl by the lUdef of any other nation. e are no >ob'ant;ve pol.cies DeGaulle IS pn>h— paakia .,iai!>-t Be baa made it amply clear that lie is against • -. Force, against German and Bntish participation in it. 3fiaint the Kennedy Round ol inst any further strenethemng of the Common Market to Mr paM ahere French freedom of economic maneuver will be bled, aajaiast .i European nuilear deterrent, and asainst any torm ol genuine European pMtical :ntegration capable of building and dirtrtifj sue* a cictrrreEt Merely to list the General's aVBSjatlves to see him a; the most highly -No -oriented political leader in the world today w.th the possible exception of Mao. If hi> No.ire cynically direct his Ye-' is always ambivalent. It ia hard to know m positive terms what he wants other than having hi.uay Most deeply what he wants is a Europe .-haped around French political domination of a nuclear force which it can share with chosen allies. He knows he cannot have this unless he can exclude America from Europe and exclude the principle of transnational integration from a "Europe ol fatherlands It isn't DeGaulte's position*, negative or positive, that make him L purzling figure It is the question of why he times them when he coes and how seriously he means or doesn't mean any particular one. He take great delight in mi WUyiag the world on both questions My guess ia that after the huddle of great world events in the past month he feel< his turn has come: he cannot afford to be inactive and to ~erm dwarfed by them He had a lemjr. bonne and mainly meffectua trip through Latin America that left no residue anywhere except ( re of impatience in his own mind. The Soviet and British leaders are too preoccupied with their troubles to cut a real figure at this moment President Johnson won't be able to do anything dramatic in world polities until ho is inaugurated lor his own term. This leaves DeGaulle in possession of the stage He and his pelieie* have made no pro gr ess in Europe for at least six month-. His next press conference will be in January, and lie needs to btJatfl up to it. His bid for reelection as President w ill come sometime in 1965. and he needs to set a frame of dynamism for that as well. As for how seriously to take him, the best course is for the Amencans, the Germans, the British. NATO, and the Common Market Eurocrats to go ahead with what they think is the right policy, but to • It flexible and maginaUve enough so that he will have difficulty rejecting it. What else, in decency and sanity, can they do? DeGaulle may have felt he had to move swiftly to head off the new racter which is being given to the MLF. For the first time there j is a chance that the MLF idea in transmuted form, may work. And irony of it is that it is Harold Wilson, hostile to the MLF from the .-tart, who mav be instrumental in changing it. By otfering to put their srn national nuclear force into the MLF as a national unit the British taking much of the German curse off the project. If DeGaulle waits too long he may find the MLF idea too entrenched to (Tighten • %  nc off it. It is curious that DeGaulle should invoke the German French alliance, and say that the MLF is not 'compatible'' with it. The fact is that the alliance, rlthough formally still in force, is ancient history. It was a personal pact between DeGaulle and Adenauer, and Adenailf: now in Germany is only that of an opposition irritant inside his own party. DeGau'le had a dream originally—the dream that France and Germany together, constituting the European Heartland, could fuse their economic ? trength. their nuclear potential and their political n, and compel the rest of Europe to go along. That dream Is I in ashes, ind there ..no phenix asrywbete available to rise from' B a r.ew-tour.d glory. In substantive terms the** is something America can do. It can t terms, the l^te President Kennedys h.nt in ech in Jur.t iie>3. that any American veto on ouch in -ne MLF won • •.withdrawn m favor of a real i terreni :can reassure Europe—and the French—that we B the Europeans on ct-jcia: world poll at 2 p.m. The ceremonies will be held in honor of the new 150-bed Albert and Be>sie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care and expansion of the S Harwy Greenspan OutPatient Pavilion and Rehabilita tion Center. The Hon. Anthony J. Celebrezie, US Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare witt be guest speaker, and the public is invited to attend. Tuesday, Dec 8. the hospital will hold Open House Tour>. at 10 Tours Commute) %  ikl .I]? *H sited to attei "-"nin-l feature a sp, JWI sap* sssi Thursda> ai ,. -. and ii. both empJovS; S 0| tients will bf j:i11 PaThe w. Saturda> i the fourth cl *eflon with Mr Rohart Greene and ? Jr as co-ch; ] ANTHOHt CtUBKlZZt Teachers Will Fete Chanuka Hebrev teDchers of Greater Mii ami will join with Jewish National Fund and the Bureau of Jewish : Education in celebrating the fes• tival of Chanuka. The annual social will take place j an Saturday. 8 15 p.m.. at Temple Emanu-E! Rabbi Alexander Gross. principal of the Hebrew Academy, will be guest speaker. Program ill include greetings from Rabbi Shimon Azulay. president. Hebrew Educators Alliance, and Louis Sthwartzman, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education. A musical program by Nina Rinaud will be included in the program, along with a community sing led by Cantor Benjamin BenArt, of Temple Or Olom, and traditional lighting of the candies. Dr Nathaniel Soruff. Bureau consultant, and president of the Jewish Educatorchair the meeting. Alliance, will £trohgVef5afc-Gfve $ Hours of Corrtinuouj Relief from Minor AWHRmSMlfJ Anaetr.* give* h< .r of caatbn relief fiwa we ,*„ J •twa nek efcn r*. n ariaiag %  \ Seep in the %  !-,.; n !i0 f #OOM iwantng Bfltmmifloa.il •iinuf# pair. *<. > that :•'•,.„ to move a* -•. „, ln Tht maaa A-*-— Tal .• arastaffw. ti* iabera:- •-. ntata*nla niktraranM -.-< .r Mkydoeten n an t.-'-v age* rr; ?M t*at %  lad:r.g aipir.ai or bi(.'r • % %  ...-.i.i. 1. t at ...i Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAJM wacrs ornr KOUKK Htntsmc Horn mm4 nun* amit OFFERING THB N€W6ST APPROACH Total Care — A Concept oe a re tf to Ce— B"ie Social. Satritual. Meo-cal Need* •* ttte >--v eual forth* Afl'ng. Recuperative. aac Cure U j IH. 4 CS mrf at Neaae ef Waraef* wifa firry Caoreawata /•cfeeSiaa ffewfar, Terevisiea. Efc S'ONEV SIEOCL. Encutnre Orecte* (Farmerty Ait Oirecter ct the BroeklyHebrew r-c-r S. 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Page 4-C vJewlsti flcridian Friday. December 4, Last Year, Paralyzed from Meek Down; This Year, She's Walking and Normally Last year •'! Thanksgiving. Mrs. speed and good luck to a vary Dorothy Raid) was a patient in courageous woman." he •ayMrDor 'thy Raidy is one of lhou>ands of patients who have re At the pri M the cancer section of the American Medical Center at Denver— paralwed from the neck down SinmJt tumorous mass on her ceived care ..rvi trcaUJU-'iU.. and, • at* six won spinal curd. frequently lile and hope, at the ing 651 m Tinyear, Mrs. Raidy. walking and moving normally was at Since the bp, U | tta sixty years ago. ,, hi well over four null,.. tree care htnts from '" P More than l patient, J Miami .„ limited car. AM: provi dayq at ih AMC. port oi the bosi '. thpi numhe imi Akiva Goffer Cleft), head of Swiss Cruise Lines, is congratulated by M. Halevy, managing director of Somerfin Passenger Lines of Geneva, Switzerland, on the launching of the Bilu's pleasure cruise run from Miami. Goffer Made Choice of Naming Operating Firm After Switzerland If it seems Mrange that Akiva Goffer decided to call his operating firm for the motor vessel Bilu" Swiss Cruise Lines, named after a totally land-locked country, that's easily explained Home office of the parent company. Somerfin Passenger Lines. i< in Geneva. Switzerland. Goffer, a former Zim Lines i xecutive here, chose the name after meeting in Geneva with M Halevy, managing director of Somerfin. to contract for operation of the 7.000-ton luxury liner Two Can Cross Cheaply as One Continued from Page 3-C the eastbound voyage, policy of the ship on transatlantic CXSSSings and European service, but not on winter cruise schedules which begin locally Dec. 14 to Nassau and Freeport. Arrival in Nice is Apr 10. after w hich the ship w ill continue one day later to Naples and subsequently to Haifa, arriving in Israel on Apr 15. in time for Passover holidays. Special return arrangements have been made between Somerfin Passenger Lines, ship's owners, and KLM Airlines, with return shipment of cars overseas to Ft. Lauderdale. this winter on Bahamian cruises from Miami Beach. The irony of the choice struck Goffer who feels it will help draw attention to the brand new compare operating the brand new ship. Goiter is probably right. He usually is. Just thn %  • %  yean ago. the Israeli-born executive was transKirci by Zim here when the line entered South Florida operations. In *hree years, he helped build the Israeli marine interests into a major force in cruise and cargo operations. Prior to his association of several \ears with Zim, Goffer studied in America, first as an undergraduate gaining a degree at Evansville (Indiana) College, and then at Northwestern University where he gained a law degree. Earlier he feught in the Israel War of Independence He is married with three children and resides on Miami Beach. Golfer heads a staff of veteran cruise and travel personnel at Swiss Cruise Lines. Vice president is Fran Kozak. dean of cruise women in Florida E. A. -Red" Linsdell heads the nationwide sales staff, and Hayden Williams is cruise director for the "Bilii." Lee Pearlman is reservations manager. Barbara Cole is her assistant. Elaine Murphy is executive secretary. < OM.Itltl L AT HS "ML! ~ TROPICAL TRAVEL BUREAU INC. FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS 3011 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale Miami 945-5417 Ft. 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I remember, when I fir-t discovered feeling in my right hand.'' Mrs. Raidy says. •It was the greatest day ol my life." The improvement continued. Soon. Mrs. Raidy had the use of her hands ;nd could begin to move her le^s. Now the AMC Occupational Therapy Department took over, with Passive and Active Range of Motion exercises and encouragement and a continuation of the tender loving care that distinguishes this hospital. By late July. Mrs. Raidy had shown such great improvement that she was taken off the drugs. She remained in the hospital, regaining strength and learning to move long unused muscles. The doctors felt she had im proved enough to go home. Mrs. Raidy went home for several weeks, but returned to the hospital when the ill-health of her parents made it difficult for her to manage alone. Thanksgiving Day > •But I was there for Thankgiving." she says. •Although, to be honest, "very day is Thanksgiving for me." The entire staff at the AMC shares Mrs. Raidy's happiness. Chef Mike Lundon. who remembers when Mrs. Raidy could not lift a finger to feed herself, decided to give her a special Thanksgiving dinner a week before the holiday. "It's just my way of saying Cod Attorney to Seek Vacated Post At the urging of a Surf side Citizens Committee headed by H. Custer Nay lor. Frank Healey. Dorotr... Rich. Rae Tenen. Myrna Bernard and Maxwell Spiro. president of the Surfside Civic Association Herman Grayson, has agreed to seek the council seat to be vacated by Sidney King. Councilman King ha> announced that he will resign in March. 1965. The committee was formed to per ^uado qualified citizens of Surf side to seek public office in a continuing attempt toward better lo cal government. Herman Gray son, a major in the Air Force Reserve, is a practicing attorney and a past president of Surfside Guys and Dolls He lives at 924o Emerson Ave.. Surfside, with his wife. 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Pcge 12-C Jtw#.* flrriiitr Friday. December { < SS^SSiSS Rttttian deiecates V. K. Kekkiiis:-.. le:: end Gen. Stepan Mikoyan :est pilot son of the Soviet Preside:.: Ancstas Mikcyza: the Ir.terr.auor.cl Aeronaut:: Feie:r..:r. C;:._. r ess. Mikoyan's Son Attends Air Meet At Weizmann Institute in Israel Exchange Student Seeks Orthodox Home in Miami A:: Youth Exchj' received a request lrom Mi Video tor i home for a liyear oiii rould like to c -me t %  area aar -xc'ianre student under tn's sponsorship. _h the American Youth Excl .hi a large number the In.ted Staicfrom man) South American countries, this i> the ..t it has been jske was Rina Levinson, an Israeli pilot who has been flying gliders since she ffu 14 years old and who now operates an air taxi service in Israel. Spice iras added to the conference by the presence of Gen Stepan Mikoyan. test pilot son of the Soviet President AnastaROOM and BOARD For Eldtrly People Special low turnI mor rate*, strictly Kosher. Warm atj moipric-re Cr urncr Alto Efficiency j —roMonjblc Rate Mn H levin, 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 I Mikoyan who arrived in Isra. part of the Russian delegation the night N.kita Khrushchev's dismissal became known. Having since toured Israel, he expressed enthusiasm at the development of Israel and was particularly im preyed with the phenomenon unique to Israel—the Kibbutzim. Mikoy-n voiced his astonishment at their very high standard of living, which he had clearly not ex pected to find in a collective vilUuK Ad Agency Names Klein Paul H. Klein, vice president and copy director of Bishopric-Green Fielden, Inc.. has been named creative director of the Miami based advertising agency. The announcement was made by Jack I. Green, chairman of the board of B-F-G. one of Florida's largest advertising agencies, with branch officein Kingston. Jamai ca. and New York City Klein habeen with B-G-F since 1958 and has won numerous local and national awards for copy-writirg. A native of New York. Klein has been in the advertising field for almost 20 yearThe World War II Air Force veteran lives with hi' wife and lhree children at 945 NE 175th St. Dr. Goodman Guest Speaker l DR. A. M. CASSEL J % MARRIAGE AND FAMILY r COUNSELOR ortrt PSYCHOTHERAPIST | Adulrs and Children > Individual and Group 940 Lincoln Miami Bea:h JE 4-0838 ROOF LEAK? #; A L L VICTOR co.w Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: -rv AOIE • ^ BOOF1.XG 685-1952 Dr Mich -el Goodman, execul director, Jewish Vocational .— i vice, met -.vith members of the Beth Shotom Temple Youth in the first of a -c ries of discussioni •• >.ocational guidance at the monthly barbecue of the group at Ternr le Beth Sholom Y mth l. ay at i p.m. 1 %  •• ponsored by the Brotherhood President | %  Diem \ M Frii Hand %  Teen-Agers Plan Temple Weekend Dec t to 6 Mill mark • i cnn. leen-agen for Temple Menorah's .••nnual Ch.nuka weekend crdinatinu :he weekend will members of Junior and Senior I SY groups spot ire I by th>Temple. Theme will be "Jewi and their Ontile Neighbors in Everyday The program will be highlighted by a dance Saturdaj evening, ring a live band. in charge of the weekend are Sharon K ivetl Fudi Stein, I'am ft'eiustein, Stuart Hiskin. Marc -'--man. Rabbi Maj ..mo ".tz. Del -by Geltser, Esther Benmoiras. 7.\ i Honor. Maria Taub, Phyllii Potash. Miles Kuttler and Michael Snrder are advisors ti the group Beth David Sisterhood Mrs Murraj Dacks Beth David nt. announces that on We Inesday. at 10 am the Sisterhood Board sat in open essi n in Spector Hall. Following the busine --.on. there was a C'hanuke | U paidup membei Temple Zamora Blood Drive Dr. Wolfson Is Honored mi Beach B'nai B'nth Lodge Luncheon Club and the honored Dr Abra n on his S3rd birthday ..-• T.:i ... it • ire -r. "Aging Su< The -'.rted promptly ^t 1 p.m at -he DiLido Hot. hon Miller i chairman of the ib Morris .-r,d Lt I i^airm-n H %  thert ii • Ul • men and .ona*' Biood Bank Zamora Den • Bank Donors I fi h-rod Bio. prayer an I :>ood to • I -, -n lor %  •• i %  %  %  • -. Give this (We gave it to a King!) It was created in 1939 for King George VI and Queen Elizal • th. Then we made a bit more. And then a bit more. Now we have some for you to give. Provided you know someone who deserves a Royal gift Seagram's Crown Royal. The legendary whisky born to the purple. tit tut tMm H'K I'.ttCit f'WE %  '" M MSJ RMMi D." I • i



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%  Friday December 4. 1964 *'Jewisti flcrkfiair Page 3-B George London To Sing 'Boris 1 With UM Orch. Manning the annual Beth David Luncheon and Fashion Show lore Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz (left) and Mrs. Philip Warshaw, coIchairman. leth David Day Luncheon Slated • annual Both David Day lincheon Rnd Fashion Show will We Inesday noon at Speci Hall [ Sidney Aronovitz is chair: ihi event. Mrs. Philip Wari chairman. dels will be Beth David Sismembers modeling clothes > M Weber, of south Miami. i show the latest cruise |le< h iliday wear for the liter season. nment will be by Mrs tar; Balaban, vocalist. J. Baldi i of coiffeurs. Mrs. Mae I is coordinator. jjlrv Pete Silverman and Mrs. kri'lrl Berke are in charge of I 'Ir> Frank Rose and Mrs. Hi rman Bo en decoration. are in charge of George London, noted baritone of the Metropolitan Opera, will be guest soloist with the University i Miami Symphony orchestra, Dr. Fabien Sevitzky conducting, in itthird pair ol subscription concerts Dec. 13 and 14 at Miami Beach and Dude Counts Auditoriums 'I Inwill be the first appearance with the I'M Symphony for Lon n, who gained considerable prominence in 1961 as the first American baritone to sing a leading role in an opera produced in Vioscow. London sang, in Russian, the role ol Czar Bonin Modes! Moussorgsky's "Boris Godounov." For his performance with the UM Symphony, he will :ing a concert version of "Boris." Assistirg in the presentation will be the UM Choral Union, directed by Glenn Draper. For the balance ol the program, tin orchestra will present Gal1..id's "Sonata for Chamber Orchestra," BS transcribed by Dr. Sevitzky; "Prelude to the After'noon of a Faun." by Debussy; and "Till Eulenspicgel's Merry Piank-." by Richard Strauss Born in Montreal. Canada, of American parents. London grew up in Los Angeles. After appearances with synipho. n> orchestras and several concert tours in the United States, he V cut to Europe where, in 1949. he made Ins debut at the Vienna State Opera Company, Three years later, he made his debut at the Metropolitan. 3cth Kodesh installation Installation of Beth Kodesh Congregation and Sisterhood officers will be combined with a Chanuki banquet on Sunday at 6 p.m. KOSHER MORMSOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 fidmans to be Honored and Mrs. Samuel Seidman honored on the occasion ol r ,t:ith wedding anniversary by brkman's Circle 1064 on Sunday, ft p.m., at Washington Federal torium, Refreshments will be jSaporitissimi!... Kioslmiakstf! ...The tastiest! V .-\ou describe it iu ) lew ish or English — 1 ous spaghetti dinner from hef Boy-Ar-Dccisjust the lustiest this side of >! (HEF BOY-AR-DEE* Spaghetti Dinner Spaghew Din n r ^.Mushroom Ccrnplete in this one package! Cook spaghetti to taite. Heat •id odd authentic Italian Mushroom Sauce. Top with lot< of > Ppy the.,.. Easy, quicfci g ., n %  """I*., tuttobu.noI Coils only •fcout is* p „ arvin9 GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations-constant in giving ]oy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular In 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! KOSHER-PARVB Cwtlfltd by RibW Hit-sen Kolm Fine Products of General Foods



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?::ge 14-A +Jewisti fkrkMan Frk3a YDecember 4. Capitol Spotlight: By MHTOM FRIEDMAN Jews Nixed Strong Anti Nazi Stand Washinj | CCME WEALTHY Jew-'' in pre ** Pearl Harbor America reject ilitant anti-Nad stand, anc tven flirted with isolationism tol avo d anti-Semitism, because of | nscious (ears, accord inc to i top secret July 24. 1941 evaluation by the Gorman Bmbaa 4 American Jewish response! •o I then racing in Em ope. That report was cabled to Berlin by Nazi ,i d'Affairei Hans Thomson in Washington. '* 'covered in a new group ol captured Nazi Foreign Ministry archives just released by the IV•ar.ment ot State. Another cable revealed how the V.; Embassy organized and financed the mailing of mti-Boosevell and anti-intervention propaganda by American congressmen to constituents. The 19-: cable on the Reaction ol influential 1 in the Ir.ited States. dispatched only a feu months before Pearl Harbor, was based on meeting sf Nazi diplomat Thomsen with influential leadi ol the Bepublican Part) example Thomsen told Berlin. "on< who has just traveled through a large Imerics on i speaking campaigi ol several %  *eli doing was able to gather excellent information regarding the present muod of the itrj mentioned thai th i ..und^r discussion %  • become subjects of conversation an ". Jews them-., es rhe respected, intelli-i H and iar-sigbted Jews shared the same fears *ar, in scapegoat late: had to be found for America entry into the war. this would be the American Jews." In 1918 it was the big Indussi and Wall Street high finance; Una time it i ould be the Jew 5. According to Thom-en. this thought generated the fearof an element of affluent Jews. Thorn conjectured that "the emotionally, exceedingly exc table American people would then not display the moderation and discipure of the German people, but would proceed against the Jewish war mongers with ruthless severity*' "Out if these considerations." said the Nazi imat, "far-sighted Jewish circles are avoiding tak ng an active part in the warmongering, and e this to radical warmongers in the Roosevelt Cal inel and to English propaganda Indicative of th.is that some of these Jews are trying to enter the America First Commute,, which is the leading rant instrument of the isolationists." Thomsen termed "noteworthy" a statement attributed to one leading financier that a victory by lid nut represent any kind of economic threat la America The Na/.i carefully pointed out that the man was a Jew -The wealthy Jews are ned by the warmongering and anti-busi: lent-) of th.' new deal.' which is dominated by nui teruus. often penniless, but all the more amus Jews.' Thiwas tin Nazi view. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Weisgal Gets Perforate %  uiEYER WEISGAL, the man who built the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, has been honored on his 70th birthday with the degree of Doctor ol Philosophy No'. he wont have the problem that face i him year.back when I be went to Canada to speak tor some I Zionist cause Th< chairman approach 1 d nil iuld introduce ium I as I)." He: "I am Mister and Miatei 1good enough for me.' id Weisgal. The chairman demurred. Th,responsi iuld be better, U were presented as Doctor, he said. All right' -aid V, "ij || will help, call me (Cl • A minute later, the chairman was back "But in hi *•( are you Doctor?" As .i boy, Weisgal was too poor to go to college, but liked colleges so much, he sold papers in the area ot Jumbia University. Anyway, it would have been quite him to choose that area just because of its high tellectual quotient, for a respect for learning 1one outstanding qualities Weizmann was hit ideal. cause Wi izmann represented learning, and he has done ch a good job for the Institute. But he is DO academic pedant One of the most ting things about Weisgal i= bis uninhibited speech 1reflected in an interview appearance in the Jerulem POBl In u. he rejectthe idea that he is "a damned fundraiser." He speaks ot writing a book about his 1 after and states he would employ no ghost writers %  I 1 .• a ghost writer he says, "to do a letter for me. When want to tell somebody to drop dead. I pay somebody • • put it in polite language." This is the way Weisgal more or loss normally talks. Bite language Is not his forte. When you are within a block of him. you know it's either Weisgal there, or --•me tomb haexploded in the vicinity. As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Guenter Lewy Writes of Crass and Swastika IN THESE momentous days of ecumenical probing, the fact that a churchman as sensitive, gracious and perceptive as Augustin Cardinal Lea still holds that the deicide charge against Jews has not been the chief cause of anti-Semitism makes the publication of a book like Guenter Lewy's The Catholic church and Nazi Germany" most significant. As devoted as he is to trie campaign to rectify ancient church wrongs to the Jews. Cardinal Bea. id of the Council Secretariat for the promotion of Christian Unity, continues inclined to underscore political social, psychological, and economic reasons for anti-Semitism. Yet how clear it is to the victims of this ancient scourge th:t the use of the Jew .1a dictators scape goat or a mercantile society's target or a European university's pariah find.s its .ins in the church gospels Prof. Lewy was heavily favored by fortune in the preparation and writing of his important book on Catholicism and the Reich. He did not leave 1 rmany ur.ui he was 15. he haachieved a considerable reputation ascholar and teacher at Columbia Smith, ami the University ol Massachusetts: he had a Social Science Research Council Faculty Research Fellowship, supplemented by grants from the Rockefeller Foundation and Smith to carry on his research Then. too. he had access to German dioresan documents, Gestapo reports full-fledged partner in hienterpi restoring Germany to pre World War 1 strength Prof Lewy spreads the Hitler design leai be..1 eyes and minds: at first, thi 1 olic churchmen were shocked when Brown came into the Churches with swastikas 1 in quick time, their parishioners flockt swastikas and the churchmen fellow, -i Nazi protection of all their prerO| | 1 Then came the seepage and the constriction and abl> the full crunch of the Clocked cross ol I swastika on the little that was left m tti 11 ass of the Christian sat ior By SAUl CARSON Michael Comay's Important "This I Would Doubt' United Nations AMBASSADOR MICHAEL S. COMAY. Israelpermanent representative at the United Nation-, revealed a juicy tidbit to the Security Council here, when he addressed the Council on the latest flare-up oi fighting between Syria and Israel. He quoted from a report in a Lebanese newspaper. El Jarida. deal log with last September's Arab summit meeting at Alexandria. Egypt, which adopted the now famous declaration proclaiming all-out plans for the final liquidation of Israel The Lebanese newspaper o leted a -peech made at that conference by Syria's. President Gen. Hafez Here—with a loin-word interpolation by Mr. Comay, is thai quotation Syria demandwar against Israel at the earliest date because such a war in the near future will be easier to conduct than a war in the year 1P70 We would be able to fight against Israel and to liquidate it within forty-eight hours'— this I would doubt— and to determine the suitable moment which would enable u> to gain victory before the Security Council or the AmericanSixth Fleet could intervene on Israel's behalt When Mr. Comay interpolated those lour words— "this I would doubt"—it appeared for a moment that trouble might develop in the Council's \:-;tor.-' gallery lhat section uaa crowded, many of the people there being Jewish, including a group of youngsters wearing yurmelkes. Mr. Comay doubt, ato whether the Arabs could lick l.-rael in 48 hours, was applauded by people in the audianee. Several rows behind the boys with the yumelkes -at a half-dozen men In the uniform of a foreign army—they too were visitors entitled to listen in; but they were Pakistani soldiers, and Pakistan 15 any thing but friendlv to Israel. Adlai E. Stevenson, president of the Council, raised his gavel ready to rap tor order But the slight di.-turbance subsided, and Mr. Comay went on. ignoring the short demonstration staged in hi> support No delegate can take cognizance of such an outbur.-t even if it happens to favor him Nevertheless Mr Comay gave the Council-arid the auditors, with or without yarmclke.or Pakistani uniform—more than an earful. Syria's latest attack against I-rael. in which Israel lost four dead while Syria lost at least seven 'hen Israel.planecounter-attacked in d.deneei WAS only one item in a long series 1". aggre. During the preceding year, there had been at least 127 Syrian guntire attacks against the peaceful IsraeU side of the northern frontier. Mr. 1 on sell was pr sent, during a visit to I-rael. in the Office ol Prune Minister Lev: Eshkol, when Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, the chief oi -tail ,•! the United Nations forces on the spot, report01 he had received solemn assurance from Syria's e-t authorities that they would stop their shootings. The promises were broken almost a-eon as the} ha made But. even 11 Syria attacked first, doeIsrael have the legal right to cross Syria's border'' Undoubtedly, Israel did do that through its air strike against Syria's murderous gunposts. The Council memberwere aware w one very recent very Important precedent The VS. counterattacked recently in Tonkin Bay, %  '• the Viet Nam Theatre The sta'rk parallel between America'l action and Israel's was there for all tu sec Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR Erhard's Coming U.S. Visit Raises Question AMERICAN JEWISH orgai ** tionare preparing themselves] for the arrival to the United States] of the West German Chancellor' Dr. Ludwig Erhard. The) have a! few questionto ask him, His Foreign Minister, Dr. Gerhard 1 Schroeder, is now on a briel stay in Washington prepann, the ground for the Chancellors forth !. coining visit. And he seems to be under the impression that American Jewry is satisfied with the present policy of the Bonn Government on matters in which Jews are deeply interested. The contrary is the case; especially with regard to the following matters: 1. The intention ot the West German Government to terminate on May 8. 1965. any further prosecution of Nazi war criminals. 2. The non-withdrawal by the Bonn authorities of the German experts now working in Egypt on nuclear weapons against Israel. 3. The refusal by the West German Cabinet to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. 4. The reluctance to agree to pay compensation to Jewish victimol '• who were prevented through no fault of their own tc apply for such compensation betore October 1 1963 Each of these four issues is of tremendous importance to American Jewry, and there are no te* American non-Jewwho similarly display a deep interest in the issue.-. It is very difficult for Americans—Jews and not! Jews alike—to understand why the West German Government refuses stubborn!) to extend the period of inflicting punishment on Nazi war criminals beyond May 1965. It 1known to everybody that hundreds of notorious Nazi leaders guilty of mass killing of Jews and others are still alive and residing in various parts of the world under false names. Assured of not being prosecut ed in Germany after May next year, they will fl* back to their native land as free men without fear, and with the opportunity to strengthen the Nazi underground groups in the country. Is the Bonn Government really so anxious to get them back, to forgive and forget, and to strengthen the forces oi Nazism in West Germany?



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'a&mivrI Page 14-B .knlstincrklian Friday. December 4, 1964 i \ t; j 11 I • > r. ( u m Ih in (PI n f Teen-Agers to Examine Personal Rights at Annual Conclave Dec. 13 Judah Maccabeus Entering Jerusalem in Triumph V "-or the Other Per Importj the Steerir Com••>•. llth annual Teenl •• .. VM-YWHA • M ill be held ning at %  • : Hotel direct I \ ..rights in modern leei V ••• %  %  .. •%  %  s. thi %  lo they affect each other* • The r;_'it. ol the teacher and Farband Will Greet President Zionist OrI extei lei Conchck Farband Lar Zionist Orres i d ent. hi. u i f e M r evening at the Di Lido Hotel R a li > I Leon Kronish will inice the guests invited to 8 white ele pliant and bazaar -ale by Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Center to be hell in the Social Hall on Sunday, Dec. 13, 12 to 4 p.m. Included will be home-made raket and proceeds go to the Religious School Mrs Chester Leiter is president. .Mrs. David Schwartz is chairman. :hc the stu lent—bow do >re> eh other? • Youth and the world of adult • • irity—how do t feet • The rights and the ts of girls %  • Y and thi .<> club feet each their rights affi I Stall nat [thi! %  Schermer Named Guest of Honor At School Dinner hermer. a resident I : 1946, I was njmi est ol u not foi I irship dii the Mesi ta H ol Th( %  ;e:it came fr >m Ri bbl M n .Horo\ itz, Mesivta I llyman Galbut. dinner chairman at the event Mesivta's dinner to raise scbol .:--hip funds for students will be S/CMUND SCHEME* Di i 11 at the Fontainebleau ill ticket sales are well o\ er the 3 0 mark Horovitz and Galbut said more than 600 personI expected to attend the event for the only Hebrew-English hiqh Schermer, who has been active in Mesivl.i affairs since the school originated, is a member of the Zionist Organization of America and a Mason. He came to America in 1920 from Europe and settled in Youngstown, where he was a steel worker and had a wh ness. lie then m ved to Detroit, where hi married He and Mrs Schermer iwo children I the renors for the Mesivta High School n the locatii n was moved from \ rmandy I.-le to Alton Rd. earlier thii J ear. Inclu led in the announcement >JI Schertn •• appointment a 11 ho r as the namini a Dinner Committee to work with the arrangements committee which v aannouni ed last week Dinner Committee members are Abraham Dlatt, Nathan Ginsburg, Moses Grcndwerg, Pauline Grundwerg, Max Gutmann, Jacob Kaurman, Aaron Lauer. Ben Lerner, Isidore Spelter, Sam Waldmar, Joseph Weishaus, Joe Zalis, Zvi Berjer, Martin Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz, Seymour Eisenberg, Harry Rosenberg, Murry Rosenberg, Ben Stern, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Makoveky. Local rabbis were also named to the Dinner Committee. They include Rabbi David Lehrlield. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Rabbi I'hineaWeberman. Rabbi Berel Won Judah Maccabeus enters Jerusalem in triumph in the year 3,600 B.C.E., cfter driving the hated Syrian King and 'yrant Antiochus from the Holy Land. Chanuka. which will close with the lighting oi the eighth candle Sunday night, celebrates this event, as WPII a: the cleansing of the defiled Temple and the miracle of the burning of a one day's supply of sanc'fied oil for eight cays in the Ner Tamid until a fresh supply could be prepared. Chanuka is thus known as the Festival ct the Lights. Zimmerman Will Head Guild DJ\II! Zimmerman was installed as the new president of the Men s Fashion Guild of (Greater Miami at the group'.17th annual beetsteak dinner Tuesday night at the Deauville Hotel Handing over the fter t" straight terms as Irving Berlin. Other new officerin-tailed include Al Ledina and .lay Kaiser, i!"-! lents. Harry Steiger, secretary; and Al Leslie, treasurer More than 200 Guild members, their employees, local government officials and civic leaders gathered in chef's hats and aprons for the dinner and to watch the Guild's annual presentation of checks to University of Miami and local causes. Television News Director Ralph •.... K delivered th< featured re• the dinner In addition to a si holarship fund eck to L'niversity ol Miami. i Guild made pri ent itions ol %  ntributions to United Fund, Mount Sinai Hospital and Variety Children's Hospital 5in< • in in 1947, the 1 imposed ol men's U ilcthr iugho it Dade County. i ited in excess ol 150.000 to local causes, including ituniverj.it> scholarship fund, Kinney Corp. Expands Kmne.. Service Corp. a public company and parent company ol Riverside Memorial Chapels, has purchased the nine chapels of the Walter B. Cooke chain in New York for .>;i undisclosed sum. The Kinney corporation, according to l i nard Zilbert, vice president of Riverside here, now includes in its In Idings the large-t funeral home Organisation in the country The name Cooke will be retained. The K E Campbell funeral home, in New York are also part of Kin nej TO ALL GR: Mechanical Service All Makes Polishing Lubric %  PIKE'S STANDARD SERVICE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 1428 NW 14th AVENUE NE 5-1728 O'NEAL BLOCK & SEPTIC TANK CO SEPTIC TANKS CIEANEO and REPAIRED INSTALLATIONS FIEE INSPECTIONS DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED Since J927 Some locution 1368 N.W. 29th Street Phone NE 5-6431 HOLIDAY GREETINGS NEKA'S HKST.W KA.VT JUST GOOD FOOD "ICE COLD BEER" 315 S.W. 2nd AVE Ph. 374-9449 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS GEBALD PENDERGAST AIRLINE CATERING Wishing All Our Many Friends the Best of Everything HAPPY HOLIDAYS FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC. 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Ley. December 4, 1964 • Jewish fit rid tor Paqe 13-A m ICJIOUS S< ervices J his t lAJeehend LniOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av*. %  ,,., SHALOM KJOH[985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. CONGREGA>ve ,rt*r larat^**""*' L NSHE KMES. 2533 SW 1th Ave. *Cn" vi,lvf # l.eTU DAVID 2623 SW 3rd Awe. Coo. KJJltvi. Cantor William w. L.p. ,on i -. n in. Pulpit Bueal for the ,1 Landau, of I'-lev*. r '," ,. • i ij :• a.m. liar Mlta,, •. RO n of Mr. and Mm. — • — LtTH EL 500 SVv 17th Awe. Orthotat Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. Saturday :S0 a.m •|-i,. strength ol America. I # Lr T H IS"EU 711 40th St. Ortho%  ",,„. f ibi Btrel Wein. IBFTH JACOB 301-311 W.ish.nnton Ave O'-thodox. Cantor Maurice "es. • PFTH KODESH. :101 SW 12th Awe. Mooem Traditional. Rabbi Max ShapH Cantor Benjamin Ben-An. HI MIIIIIIS of Heln • [pate in iiis. > i. • I MI. |H. I All •" %  i l.> Mi mid MrNilI in I1..11.M ..( Mi. mill f >'i in. Tin., ii Sal ill dii nil "I i .aii'~ Hull i Thi Pi rtl I I II. I II in 1 llf — • l B F H V O S H E CONGREGATION. Diie Hwy. Conservative. ii n-d Marcowitx. Cantor Hinke*. .< %  I UK .ii 'Til. Nllll Ii V I." II ill CANDLiLIGHTING TIM 29 Kislev — 5:09 pjn. %  Reform. i. .' %  %  WOOD. 1351 S14th Aw*. Rabbi Sanui'l Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7300 SW 120th St. Reconstruction!*!. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. l-'iiil.-iv v ;. in Chanuku fumllj nervice. Sermon: "It Mi. ITlallUKIt l.ltthl* Could Talk." IMevtnbvr birthday* will i., I1..11.1.1I Saturday |o:30 a.m. Sermon "A IJithi I'm" ii" Satltiim TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conserwatiwe. | Rabin Morton Malawsky. Cantor Ernest BMirwr, • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chaso Awe Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Dawid Conwiser. i'i i,1.1, T i". i.m Annual Chan ika i '.in.II. lulu %  %  %  • Sill in ii.i. I" 18 ;, in. ikii tfltxi ill Mark, mm of Mr. .in.l MiLeonard Rlvklnd — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Awe Conserwatiwe. Rabbi S. M. Machtei Ca nor Abraham Reiseman I i i.hi\ s III • %  -: Si-r ii HI • % %  > ir %  i|„ ., in. i ShnUbal hunted li> M mill MiNi ,11111111 Hoffman In ,.i 10 I. -i \' |, in H .iaii-;li'i r "I Hi ml Mi Ml • i Km. (' inari sal Ion I TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I Friday vr, p.m. Harmon: "lai There InI.klu" .viiuiil.-n •.' .i i Set n: "The Portion ol the Law." Bar Mittvan: liiilHM'L^ilii'Aar'l I'.i.'/iK. >-'ii ol 1 Mr. and Mi(1 Re Klein — • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labowitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. i-'riiii> B:t.l p n.. Chanukn aervlee. Sermon: "The Miracle of Chanuka — Ii Happen* Everj Day." Saturday >:4". a.m. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserwatiwe 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman. l-'ti'lav 7:'." |i.m, l-'auiilv nervloe with Hebrew St-hnol ntudentM luirtlt-lpatlns;. s. iin. MI "Tii. IHkhexl I'hanukii Candle." Saturday K:4."i a.in. liar Mltavuh: l.ar v. -"ii "i Mr and Mm. Bernard Kaffi i A TASTE OF HEBREW A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION F.ditor: DR. SHI.OMO KODF.SH IBETH thoC. IBETH Av< I tji i "-ILAH. 035 Euclid Awe OrRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky — • "3RAH 164th St. and NE 11th nserw Hive. Rabbi Max LipCanto.Ben-2ion KirschenTEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Awe. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. I'riila> 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Ulffi ri n. lletwe-n i he S i. iiili'i.ami ItellKiou* I leflnltlnnn "f I'andlepowi i lay I liar Mltat • t %  Bernard Itainh, -%  ii i i Mr. ami Mi I 'uni.l iciliaon — • TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Awe.. Hialeah Conserwatiwe. FYlrin? N ISaturdaj 8 •> "' Bernard l-'lli man ill "Hi' lull — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Awe Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. !••,• %  .I.,, i:. p in Sel ni'Mi \ Model n i i %  ( n i. Saiurda.i N I %  > • \i %  .!. I'm dun llai Mlr-.TEMPLE EMANL-EL 1701 Washing-, A | n-.ai ton Awe. Conserwative Raobi Irwing -, an I v r. |. in i 'hamikii \ \\. i %  -.. i • un ika Hue Mlta, dai in. i ..I Mi mnl Ml ii Saturdu) ^ i .i m in • [E 'APHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Const .atiwe. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cjntor Jack Lerner. ". |. in. Sermon: "Chanukn v in Religion* Liberty." \:UU a.in. Bermon: "Portion • l. liar Mitivah: M 'li'olni, ami Mrs. Morrla Kntrler • — IFLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st Pi. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Dawid Rosenfe d Cantor George Goldberg. h:13 p.m. Chanuka program | School Htudi-nls V.HI COndUel I'lml i-railiMudenta of Hei.n i\ iin". Sundu> Kohool will be con,i.-" Oneg Shabbal aponaored b> I ,M .'a Mrs. Solomon Iwe-nberg ... r "in blrthdaj. Saturdu> Mlnoha .". p.m. • | HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetre. dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gro*. • ', i %  II. Saturdaj • %  • a m. MlnHOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Jor-!:n st. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Daid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hci traun. — • — I HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th It -r-nesteTl Conserwatiwe. Cantor t-cus AlOOf. — • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative). Rabbi Shm.iryahu T Swirtky. Cantor Louis Cohen I .', an.I vl.'i p.m. S< rnum Ma•-.-..i.i-.-s Palled s.n II in Si I -111011: "The I'blqulMliiohn '. p in • JACOE C COHEN COMMUNITY • "-OGUE 1 ".32 Washinnton Awe. < Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. '. and v :' %  p.m. Sermon ^ T --1,.1-i.ia S.IIIIMI.IV -. 1 ,, 1 \ S e r v a n I lo H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Awe. 1 R.il-bi Dawid Lehrfield. %  Abraham Seif. 1 Kill 111 daj : 1 m — a —IALOM 011 Normandy Dr .%. Rabbi Phineas WeberLehrman. Cintor Hush Adier. I'riil.i> ..M.I v W ; %  11 .-• riii'Mi "Ann Si iiiiiiM" Iti 1*1 and 1 duel liniual Ion • %  1 The) lie lirndl 11 1. .1 %  Saltirda) • a.m l-'n >t -1 ii Mi %  I!i III uu* and Solomon rhtei I S iMMila ill %  • %  rat-.il 11 nd pr 11 euni.ii.i 1 <..w 1 from \i 1. ill., in o TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Krldio v IS i> in. .M..111S Abram, na11. MI., 1 |.i.-i.i. 11, American .lelt>li Ciininillti • ill !• %  UUI-.-I r Topli "Conditions il J< "l-i, Sur1 Ivul. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Awe. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morrii Kipper. Krl.iav vi.'. p.m. Sermon: "The Khemy the .Mai-, ili.-.s I'i'ln'l Plght." Saturabo 1' VIII. TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Allreu Waxman. l-'rniii 1 p.i I'nlted Synanogue Y..111I1 ol I'. mpli Z;mi will -.ii 1 k-lpati in ih. sei \ -e ma! -I.IM %  1 1 lie • Shabbal. Snl 111 da) !• a.m 1 En 1 van MailIn, son "i Mr. and Mi Na1I1 .ni.-l Hi -li. — • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Awe. Consei watiwe. Rabbi Henry Wernick. hiiilav v:ai p.m. Sermon: "In Thoae idimnl TinSeaaoii." Saturday '.' a.m. Si: MI-MI "The i'oi-ii"ii "i iiuWeek." YOUNG iSKAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. Prlda) B:tS p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "l.iulii ruin the Nation*." Who is this? This is my teacher (masc.) I have a leacher (m) I am learning Hebrew (ml You have a teacher too? (mi No. I do not have a leacher Do you want to learn Hebrew? (ml YtS, I want lo learn very much But I haie no teacher Here is my leacher He is a fine tea.her He is a very good teacher Vou 100 can learn Hebrew (m) Very true I .mt 10 learn anJ I can learn (m) Where JOCN the leacher live? He lues here Mi h? Zeh hamoreh sheli Vesli li moreh Ane'c lomed ivrit Clam l'ha" ye*h moreh? Lo, ejn li moreh Atah rotzeh lilmbJ ivrit? Ken, anie rotzeh m'o.l lilmod Aval c\n li moreh Ilineli hamoreh sheli I loo moreh lov I loo moreh tov m'oJ Ciar'. atah yahol lilmod ivrit Nahon m'od Ane'e rotzeh lilmod v'anee yahol F>fo gar hamoreh 1 Hoo gar roh •> — • M %•• •••• •:K •> — —-•* ••> a • tat* ... i ?* f* :r — -7 -:s*.a —•: *r "S" 9*3 """" K"~ :":'-: *•:' ~rs 2.* • %  'a* IN -a. T *v"v "•*•" ':s v:*. *;s" ?--••;".* ~: s -s -; s^r h iv pronounced ch av in Chanuka''. .YOUR DICTION VRY I OR TODW sou can im. here it is ha hi lives here aiah %  hin'eh hoo hoo gar poh 73* ~rs nan ten i; mn a> rii ihe teacher (ml hamoi'ch "" 1 ""'~ I have yesh li *r: you have (m) yesh l'ha Sff B*" I do not have e>n li '7 I'K you want (ml atah rotzeh lla***l ****** THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT 1 Rabbis Involvement in Administrative Matters 0HE %  o S -. EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th Si naervative. Rabbi Zevi Creen\% i r | vi:. I-in 81 nlili ..ii.I Tin ii iln ., in Sermon .1 • I'l.rKDIC JEWISH CENTER. M5 C mi.15 I Ave. R-v. Cantor Sadi Nahm s ,i unini R:3fl a m Sei 1.1 .a Chanuka." Bar vlberio. i Mr. and .Mrs By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP Both El Congregation To what extant should the rabbi be involved in synagogue administration? The question of the rabbi's inv o I v e rtl ent in synagogue a d • ministra t ion is one ol constant concern for both rabbi a n >1 lay man. If the nib hi is involved tw in II C b he i J c h a r g e d wilt meddling, it hi i s involved t o little, he i • charged with indifference. The rabbi thus finds himself very often in an irreconcilable dilemma. For what one layman mat. involvement by the rabbi, another may regard as not enough. Although there is no clear line 0( demarcation, a general rule is: Administrative matters which touch on religious, moral, or eth-: RABBI SChW should not bring the rabbi's involvement unless his judgment is solicited. An obvious example of the former would be. where the congre-, gation. or one of its affiliate organizations, is considering a bazaar on the Sabbath. Such an administrative matter, which is a breach of religious principle. should evoke the rabbi's full and forthright position. On the other band, fiscal policies, expenditures, assets, or physical properties are areas out of the rabbi's jurisdiction. There is good reason for these limitations. The rabbi's training prepares him to make moral and spiritual judgments. In these areas, his proficiency merit.bis authority. Fiscal and business matters are generally not pan of his training, and so his judgment would nit be more expert than the layman's. There is yet another con ideration in this regard. The rab in it. *"• % %  • %  — — regard as too much bi and the layman are two distinctive parts of the synagogue, with each having a definite role. The more the line of separation is crossed, the less effective each becomes. The layman who begins to "Paskin sheilos"—decide quesSynopsis of the Torah Portion Miketx Pharaoh dreamed a dream in two slightly different versions. The dream terrified the King of Egypt: but none of his sages could explain it satisfactorily. Pharaoh's butler remembered Joseph's masterly interpretations of dreams, and informed Pharaoh. Joseph was brought before Pharaoh and explained the dream as forecasting seven years of plenty that were to connto the land of Egypt, only lo be succeeded by seven years of famine. He advised Pharaoh to appoint a wise overseer to collect wheat during the years of plenty and distribute it during the years of famine. Pharaoh appointed Joseph himself to this post as his viceroy As Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian stores ol wheat were in great demand during the seven years ol famine. Among those who came to buy wheat in Egypl were Joseph's older brothers. Joseph recognized them, but they did not know him. Joseph so contrived that the brothercame to Egypt a second time, bringing Benjamin, Joseph's full brother with them. Joseph received them cordially: but then he made it seem as though Benjamin had stolen a goblet, and insisted that he sta; behind as a servant. The brotherrefused to abandon Benjamin, and all decided to return to Joseph's home. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. touch on religious, moral or e">-: tl0ns of j e us h law-obviously unmembership without partiality. It |cra1i>l Tourist leal areas, are matters where di(U rmim>s the effectiveness of the [ 8 part of the Jewish tradition for %  %  W^ 1 %  •" % %  sai red Involvement of the rabbi is st ,,-.,dov Likewise, the lander, -niritual or lay, to be ^. m mm .. TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con. and vr. p.m. Bermon: • i ..i ih, Candle Baturni s.-r II; "Helleniam In nturv." Uar Mltsvah: An. of Dr. ami Mrs. Harold C.lntc Tl i I %  %  'an.,.i TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbe-t Baumgard. Cantor Charlei Kodntr. •in l'.'n Annual Chanuka in; iv i. ... Si-iiniiii: "ChafhrlMmaa—How Are They Horn Are Th.-v Different?" M:i;. a.m. Uar Mil/.vah. ii "f Mr. and Mrs. Mas Mltsvah: Ronna, daughter i il MrMannel Flaahman. % ^ EMPLE BETH *EL~ OF HOLLYnot only proper, but mandatory. Admlnii strictly EMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con.... ", ",:..„ ,„.,,, orc u-hieh are •ervativa. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Administrative matters unicn an Garon* Rri Rabbi Jonah E. capian. s trictlv business or executive. Mauri:* Neu. Tlnv M';ii> prepared In co< operation with the Greater Miami RaebttiiCdl -A unon. Coordinatoi o\ featurei oppearrng litn M DR. MAX Lll'SGHITZ ipirittMl \taAn of Belli Torali CM of North Miami Beach spiritual leader. Likewise, the a leader, spiritual or lay, to be ***• M —.-. rabbi who decides synagogue bus"merootzo lekohol" — acceptable V/TTICC fiere iness matters, usurps, and thereto the congregation. It is only by lessens, the effectiveness of the through the lree choice of the | An Israel Government Touns membership that the most widely j Oflice will open at Miami Beach acceptable administration can be, on Dee^ 1. it was announced by selected and consequently the. Victor Bennahuni director of the | Israel Government s tourist activI ities in North America. layman. A particular area of constant question is Ihe election of administration officials. This should be j most effective. left to the lav membership, with I In brief, a synagogue, like a he rabbi taking no part in it, di-: team, can not prosper by each The office, at 1602 Washington redly or indirectly. The rabbi who; playing the other fellow's polAye., will be directed by Walter£ lends support to an individual or, t.on. It is only by each performing Perry, who will be responsible for a noun seeking election exhibits to his best ability, in his own field working with agents, carriers. lack of confidence in the good of specialization, that the team members of the Havel industry iudament of the membership. He will be successful, and the syna-1 and various religious and civic orusuros thendemocratic right of gogue will advance the causes organizations in the Greater Miami self-government and he diminJudaism and bring spiritual enj area. The off.ee will be in operishes his ability to serve the total lightenmenl to its congregants, lation through mid-March, 196D.



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Friday. December 4. 1964 Jen islh IFkirndHaiti Paqe 11-: LEGAL NOTICE ".. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ->R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 64UR7C %  I UUAI NSTK1N riCE lO CREDITORS %  ii. I Ml I'. raons I lavi.. in.. M.I\-.iin~ Said .-. .i irT,-.l .-.-.-• reany olalnn mid de. ma \ ha\ HUB nst I I! VKI.I-.S I:KAI N i I Datli ''"'in. • i i • %  •-.lit > Judgei ill and 11I* i %  e %  in ... M.I ai"> Ided in He. lion %  H Statute*, in l hi ii ol i'nuni> '' •thouHe In i ,..i udu. within nix cal1. 1..M ih. I Inn' ..r the ., %  ., i enf, ... ill* .-.in..rril ilia nil. Kliirlda. till* I2lh S,,v. mi-. .. A.I'. UMJ4. HKXCK I'.K WNSTEIN AH ES <• H I i i\ l'i -• MUblli .ui..n nf thlH n ..i Novi mbi i;".i. ,N W'l> I KM >• j for Executrix i in i.,..iini. Kin, S31S1 i i< 1-S33J ii "0-27, II t-n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12692 ii r w. II VRKIXU rox, JH. miff, \ -. • \ \ :TTK HARRIXtiTl IX, ndaiu. SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  r Vnnclli Han itiKlou illen PI .. .In 11ford, 'imn. ANNETTE II VRRIXlSTON, .IN notlfll ll III. II II Kill Ml %  tint for Divorce Ii..been filed • \ ou, and yi I %  • %  ri quired t" > ..f > our >"- • i' "i I'll .iii. i i.. inn nf Complaint on the II 11 %  .i nt >, ll r H X E T T I:I:SI \ i i: \.\i' n ;..'Ni: (th Ai LEGAL NOTICE ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate yoof patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ... Dial Fit 3-46*5 for messenger service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCFRY No. 64C 12719 El >U AIM %  IH .\\ AIM i ll LICK XI \ N, I'lainl \ GLORIA JOAN ILL 'KM AX. I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IM.IIIM\ JOAN 'M.li 'K'MA.V o Holl il. n • I • I A\ • %  i 'm in. i. .II. Kentucky "" % %  'i .ii. hei • b) notified llial .1 %  '• %  plaint for Divorce ban been filed again*) you, and you arc hereby reuull. .1 lo nerve 1 |.\ of your Answer '<• iln' "MiplaiMt on the I'lalnuri's attorney, LKHTEH ROGERH, whose addr. .%  921 \.\V. lliii Street, Miami, Florida, and file the original %  %  i your Answer with the office ol the Clerk of Mi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit 11 .mil fur 1'.i.i.County, Florida, on or before the 2lsl da> of December, IBB4, in defaull of which the Complaint will I..taken an confeioted by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE you, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI" E. n, LEATHER!! W Q F FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE Clerk of tin Circuit Court COUNTY, IN CHANCERY BJ K M. LVMAX No. 64C 12724 Deputy Clerk THE \vn.i.i.v.vi.-i:ri;i:il ll 20-27, 12 Ml HAVINGS HANK Plaintiff, NOTICE UNDER V „ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JOHX' W I : \ 111 1 :i:sr< .NI :. .1< % %  %  NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEX that nlu ] mitui-nl guardian, etc., et al. Hi.undersigned, desiring to engage In Defendant*. huslni-ss under the flctltiouH ill f NOTICE OF SUIT ASTFRO Co. al 210 IXath Street, TO: John Wealherstnne as port Miami lleach, Fla., Intends to register and natural guardian of Lin -.ii.| 11..in. with the Clerk of the ClrJoan Weathers! -. Dale Thm cull Couri of Dade Cniinly, Florida. as vVonihorstone and Sanda A LEGAL NOTICE ETHEL GREENFIELD Sole 1' n< r 11 20-27, 12 l-l 1 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW TICK IS HEREBY niVEX Ihnl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9796 %  :: ; :^:<-.;!r.-.::.::•:-;:::< ROBERTWIEJSE?UKY. GM.MY'S AMKRICAX KOHttlllAX 11.111 II. il. Suite 32, 120 l.ii a Road, r. .1. h, Elm Ida, and file ihi \ r!-w. 01 Pleading In the of the 1 I. rk ul the 1 ircuil ..11 or before the II si daj ol %  • r, 1964. If > MII fall lo do MI, %  ,t bj defaull will I"Utken j. : %  .1 :h. 1, ii, 1 demanded in of 1 'omiilnint. .notice .-nail !"• published once ivcek for lour consecutive Weeki* THE IEWISII I'la ilMI ilAX. 11.NE AM' 1 IRI lEREI III Miami, this 17th daj MI November, Ii : •• 1 11 IJCATHEKM \N. Cl. rk, lit Court, I '• % %  i> Count} Ilorida 1 U) : K. M. IA MAX 1 %  put} %  lerk UN E TT if %  ni. 1 :sy, %  120 1. 111 -'In Rd. 1.11.1I Lleach, MM Ida %  > li.r I'la Hit il I' II 20-2", 1-' l-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKBUY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring t*. ensaite Inesa %  ,'tnlMi* the fictitious name liKIIKA TRAllNt! COMPANY at \ \\ 3rd Street, Miami, h'lorlda, 1 -. roKlater said namu \\iih the ., if I'M %  "In Ul 1 I 'OUI I MI I '.ill.' y ..: da. HERBERT It LATE SIDNEY WBIN8TEIN Sole %  '" 11.1 H ri.ER & EFRONSON neys tor AtfpUuaitls. Vltislei 1 .ti ili 1 nt; 11 L'T. 12 1, II. Ii THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64905-B I '-;,! %  ol l-AIUNK HOLD, He cased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS \il Ci. .iit.,1 ~ and AH I'' rsons N'.-rtli Miiinil, Kin intends in n-ielslcr .nit.with thi %  iei k of rhi cull 1'" II 1 'a 1 ladi nty, Plorlda. II .v S I1ICST M RANTS INC. A Pinriria Corp R> : i:minn Hofreiti r, President Mill. ntlONIX He} for 11 S Restauv.ini" Inc. II 20-27. 12/4-11 '!' %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OIRCUT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C-10341 (Spaet) .1 s lil.EASUX, .11! as Ail' i lo ui Veterans Affaii -, aa (iffli r ol the 1 "nlti .1 siav %  Am. rlca, his sin 1 • HOPS h offh % %  an ui their RaslKnsi Plaintiff, \ s. .! %  IHN I lAVin I'.ISIIi IP, .1 n\, I %  fendanl NOTiCE OF SUIT JOHN DAVID BISHOP and JANET II. IIISIIi'l'. !n~ Wife, II liux, nai'i'l nir an} unknown MiHiuaes of s.ii-i 1 I.-I ftiili* nt it' they have ramarrted, and If di their unknown heirs, itoviac c a, arailtees, asalenai >. creditors, llenors, trustees, and all other IMi'aons uutlminu by, UkroUKh, under "iaKalual lliese Uefendants whose residences are unknown: Yol' ARK HEREBY NOTIKIEU thai a null him i.n lirouffhl attains! you by .1. S. lil.EASoN, JR., as AdminIsti-ator of Veierons Affairs, an l>ff|. .-. r ,,i' the rnii.-.i Slat.-ol Ann leu, ami his -in > % %  .--" : .111 BUCh olflue, ami In. MI their luMiKHS, I" Loreclosi a _n:.encumbering ihe lollowinfi 1I1 |IH .1 uropert} to-wll: |.,,| !-. ,n HI 10k 24, ul I llt.-T ADDITION i" CAiH'i< CITY UAIH'BXS, ... in-. I,, tli-1.1.11 thereof, an re, nidcd in i'la: Book '•-. al |a*< ol I ii.-.i'itlia. 1 1ol I '.ni' •• 11. iy, l-*lorldii BMtRARA ANN EUZAIIETH .MAI.i'MA. 1 lefeiidant. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION Ti>. HARKMM i.\.\ I:I.I/.AI;I. III MAI.ONEY 1 ainil, 11 \\ %  till.' Providence, Rhode I I V "l. IIARBARX ANN ELIZABETH MA I.i i.\ i:V. iin hereby notified that an Amended Comiilainl foi IHvori^e has been filed ai'.iilnsl you, and >"ii are required "o serve u copy ..1 your answer or ideading i" Ihi Amended i'oni|ilalni for Ldvor n the Plainti: Vltol ne}. AI.AN s. Ui ISEX1 II \1.. -Ill Ainrli > Bulldinft, Miami. I ioi ni.1, and ih the %  •, Iglnal unswei or id. adlng In ihe Offli • of llu Clei k "f the Circuit Court, on, or before the : itii .i.is .,1 1 let ends I!>64. 11 you full lo 'l Juilgnienl b} defaull mil ii" taken IIKIIIIISI you for Hi.relief demanded in the Amended Complaint for Divorce. DOXE \M' llRDERED al Miami. Plorido, thiI'tlt da} of November, ; 1904, E, B LEATHERMAN Cl. rk of tin Circuit Court 1 lade 1 '..'.nit \, Plorida (seal) By: C. I.. ALEXANDER Douut} Clerk 11 n-20-27. 12 I 11 \ I..1MMI..11,., .< %  t x i',MlHI.| IL, ins or I', m.in.lAgainst ,,, .,,. ,,, „ jital are hen by nolit'i' 'l and re* I tM i" esenl M) %  latins I di H hi< it i ou maj hai ai -.,i. • i' \i I.IM: tioi.D, di 1 : ,t. ol 1 M.I.Count}. l'i" Ida, 1 ml} Judxi MI 1 '.,.1. 1 'oun 1 •. .• 1 he same in dun ; ro\ i.i. 'I in Section SI 11 ii.-.-. In their offices n %  ... thotisi in 1 ladi Co ni 1 Ida, i tiiin -iv call n lar fi ..in the 1 inn of I"flrat %  b) .' ou ami .1 I'eci .ti'.ii hereof, or the same will will In cnteii I in i> ii On 1 lork "i the 'Ircuil 11 ul,. ( :-' %  1 ... at the 1 Min -; h.'ii.in Mian.. Klorllla, I .. elllbel i i. 1961, ami Ii ., cop %  ol sui a • nsw • 1 UIKIII l'i" nl ..I',, a, %  I) VVID P ATS M A N H 1,,,-. I'.'-l I'laj;!. 1 \l or I" • -.11.1 date, .1i•: ; • 'l b} ll i,l 1 ,.. | %  itiiii' • in Road Bi at h, Klot Ida 111". 20, 27. r: I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12272 Ri ;ii r.. HiCE. Plaintiff, V B, 1 \i 1. H. HICB, 1 >cfeiiilant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION '" PAUL II. HICE I3S24 Astur .\\i-nue Cleveland, Ohio V"i' ARE ITRREItY notified thai %  Complain! f"r Divorce has baen 1 airalnsl you, anil \"ll arc bere1 required t" serve a cofiy of your wer to the Complnlnl on the '"miff's attorney, I.E8TER ROQ1 IIS, whose address is 999 N W. llth • Miami. Florida, and file the •nial of the Answer in the office • Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial ircuit ,., .,,,,1 f ,„ |,;,,i,. County. I'IMI 1 "ti or before ti„. iini, day of De' mbi r. l-i'M. in .1.-fault of w hi. It the 1 "mplaint win be iak.it acontess• %  li\ V ..i|. I'ATI-'H (nig r.tii day of November, 1964. B. It I.EATHERM w 'i'>k of the Circuit Court I ly: K M % MA N Hep nty Clerk 11/13. 20. 27, 12/4 il • '1 Mm "t.-. '!., \ ol N01 196 1 !•; II l.l-.A I HERM VX Clerk 1 Iln Circuit Courl %  ..ol,1 'ounty I1 -, .,1 1 in: r. r I'I ICELAND 1 ii ,,,. \ 1 .. 1 DAVID I* CATSMAN l"l East KIMHII Sir., t Miami, h'ioiiua II 13-20-27, 12 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65081-A IN RE: Estate "i JAMES I. MARKS, 11,., eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ah persona Having Claims or Demands Agulnsl Si id Estate: Inn are hereby notified and rcttulred t" preaenl an} 1 bUm* and UamuiHia which you may have lutainai tinesta,e of JAMES I MAUKrl dec. ..-td late of Dadi County, I ion.la. to tl^Counts .liiilK."of Dade Lount} and tiltthe same 111 duplicate and as provided in Section 7JS.16, florid* Statutes, in Hiii offices in the < ounti Courthousi in Dade County, Hi" i.i,1 within siv calendar months from llo time of il" Ural mil. i: fiereol or Ih' same will be barred, Uited at Miami. Florida, tins I'.'tn ,;„v of November, A 1> "" ; I. llll.l'A Mi'KV MARKS ABxi mri\ Flrsl publication ol this n • • on the 27th da> ol Nov. 1964 A. JAY CRISTOL At tome} foi Bxei irlx L'i North'a.-t l-t Ave, "" ,Wl '''"'"^ 11 .7. 12 I. 11. IS NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 12765 • !E( >RtlE K. NOlILK, Plain II i. \s. LEONE NOBLE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO LEONE NOBLE IN 1 M.I.' inul'Hi Sin ,t Barrie, i Intario, Cat 1 LEONE NUBLE, notlfli d 1 hat 11 Bill ol Cm Kin for 1 ilvorce has been filed 111 • %  „ ml 1 ..1 ail n Min cd to servi .1 ""|i\ VnsWer or Pleadina lo Ihe Bill MI 1 '..ii 1 1 the PI I,. .. HERIIER r II vv ILKNSKY, 317 I lisi 11} 111 !'• iililin-. : %  IV,-I IliiRlcr St 1. 1 I. Mi. 11: ; 2. I-'OI fill tin%  : Alls" • %  : I'll Hill II I 'ircuil Ihe lleccmhi I %  : ll }ou fall lo do so, il, I'.inll 11 he luki n •I ;n lit. 1 Int. all I cd 1 1 ni THE JEWISH l'i.1IRII I \.N III INK AND IRDKREH ul !-•'. 1 1 .1 %  -1 ii da) ol Xoxeinln 1. Al' 19 1: II LEATHERMAN Clirk, '11 • i Court, l >ade %  >uni 1 Ii Ida 1-., 1I1 11} Marxui lli M01 lte|l 11} l'i' 1 k HERBERT B v\ ILENSK Y ,.1 1 llulldlllH • Miami IS, l' Attorm } foi Plaintiff 11 %  27, 12 1-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66058A IN RE: Estate of ,11 IHN r.vi 11.\ Deci a-i d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having I'laints or Demands -Vuaiti.-l Said Kstat' : You are hereby notified and required to present an} claim* and doni.iiK:which you may have against the eatate of JOHN I'ATON deceased late of I'adc County, 1'lorida. in the Count) Judges ol Dade County, and file Mi" same in dupllcuti and .1i>ri,\ in, ii in Section 783 16, Elorida staini'-s. In their Offices n Ihe Count> Courthouse In Pad" County, Elor-t Ida, within six calendar months from tit.time "i the flrsl publiuaUoii hereof, nr tin mie w ill be bat 1 Dated HI Miami. Eli Ida, this 10th da 1 : Sot en her v I 1 s.VM'i iRI' S I VI \' 'E As Exi cutor PACNCE, PINK .v I %  IKM VN" i:,".' 1 'oiigri -ill l| Miami, Florida Attol no s foi 111 Exi %  11/20-27, :-. l-ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF f LOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 107b4 DOLLAR SAViNiJS BANK '!•" THE CITY 1 ilNEW VoRK, Plaintiff, \ s. V ERNi N ESC 11. 1 1 ux, 1 1 al, I i.'l.'lnlaMt-. NOTIC11 OF SUIT T' .1, Barr) Jon .St. .1" • %  ll. ctor) East St. Louis, III. I'm His 1. Karch Rural Ro He No. 1 W ....ilia" 1. III. William 11. .'MH.-S sus N01 th i-'tlt sti. el Mount Vi-i-M III. VMU are hen b) nollfii d thai the above a|'tit,ii"'i action has IM I'll instituted again*! you In 111 Circuit 1 'oui t of tli.Eli \. mii Judicial 1 'ircuil ol Moridu in and for Dudi l^ount) lo foreclose 1 mi rtaaife u|H>n tin itiK d* -'i tl"-'i t "il propi rl) : I.o| : Bleck .; S-ToNBYBRtlOK ESTATES, in Mill Ins i" the Plat Uteri of, r,li d In Plal Book 83 .it Page :'." ol 1 1"Public K tls of Dade County, Irtoildu, together with Vi '" tlan I 111 mis. ^ MM are reu, ri .1 In I lie n res|ionsivc pleading 1 platntifl's complaint with lit" Clerk of tin aiMi.-'.iiil Court, ami serve a CIM,I) Ihereol upon plaintiff* attorn.) MARTIN l-'l.M:. Dade I .1. nil Building, Miami, h'lorlda 33131. not later ihun I -inber -">. 19*4, "i ;, 11. I.Pro "ouli -.-" u ill be ntered against you. HAI III •: Nov. mii. 1 24, 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN, 1 "lerk of iln1 "lii nit ''"it %  s.-ali B) : i P. CtU'ELAXD IK-pul) Cleik MARTIX l-'l.M: Had" i-'i-ii.iai Building Miami, h'lorlda, 33131 ii" \\ .sithi rstone, Mlnoi -. 1 :"•" %  ill anal Avenue 1 el roit, Mii bbj* t v.. ,1',. hi reb) iiMiifi.-d that 1 above laptlon-d action has been *titutoeeember '.'1st, l'"' ,., ., 11,.-,., |i-o 1 MMI'. --11 n ill !" %  %  t.-r.-'l ugalnsl > ou. DATED: November IT. 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN '•; of the Circuit ('"III t By: K M. I.Y.MAN i'"i..ii\ Clerk MARTIN FINE I ladi F. ileral llulldinn Miami. Florida 33131 11 'J"--'T. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65052-A IN RE: Eslaii "i Wll 1:1. It H.LACK I a-.. I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS l .. \'i Credit. ml All Persons Iln • Ins Claim* "i Demands Again*! Si I'.stat. : V'MM ,,; %  i,. in nol 11 i"d and t quired 10 pivscin any claims and ri mainl.\iiali you nut) have again the estate ol SAMUEL POLLACK I, 1-. .I late of I '."!. %  County, l-l" • 11 27, 12 i-ll-is i,| ;i ,,, th, County Judge* ol Da. I County, and 'il.the same in dupllcal NOTICE UNDER ami a.provided In Section 7:u.r FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Florida Statutes, 111 their office* NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that | the Count) Courthouse in Dad.' Coui • Ihe undersigned, desiring lo cugag. in ly, l-iorlda, within six calendar montl business tmilci ti.. fictitious Mam. ol from th. time of the flml publlcatl. I'M 11:11 AMKRICAX I'NDKRWRlhereof, ..1 the same will be barred. ITKRS al 1163 Dr xel Vvenue, Miami Dateil al Miami. Florida, Ihi* 16 Hutch, Florida Intends to reglstei dn) nl XOVCIHIRI A.D. 1964. -aid name with the Clerk of Hie ClrPHILIP POLLACK .mi Cowl miy, l-lorldu. n:v iv; I'.n.l.A.'K. N A I'll 'N Al. TKI.EPHl INK A: ALARM Lulls 1*1 ILLACK 1 •''. INC 1 r Ii .. a p, Ai.\".-iii.'i 1 11 is r Icatlon of this ii"i 1. %  da 1 .a Nov. ml" 1 1964. NOTICE UNDER AARoX 11 KV.Mii: FICTITIOUS NAME LAW' nine) 101 Kxicutor* NtlTIl i: IS I il .1:1:1: Y tilVKN I ha] -'•"• S.cur • I n : Blug Ing lo engage In 1..1 111. ol VIIANA 'I.i I'. S API'S CORP 1 : 1 s U I -Tilt St Ml %  ib %  %  %  register -. 11. 1 ..in ib, 1 1 ; ih I'll cull I lade < '• mil >. FI. DAVID M vv.M'l.l.s Sol. < iw ni 1 I 27, 12 1CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUD CIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. KLA. No. 64C 12271 is \l:::\ LKK MEKHAX, I'lalnirff, \ s. RICHARD JOSEPH MEEIIAX, I lefenilai NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TOP, RICHARD JOSEPH MEEIIAX, 14 I i rani Sireit. st. tain, Mussacliusetls, a?, notified i" nerve :i cop) "f join att-w .1 to I llvon • Complaint filed against you on Plaintiff's attorney, liEOIUSK NICHOLAS, i,l. N.W. 12lh Ave., Miami. I'la. air' II 20-27, 12/4NOTICE UNDER F'CTITOUS NAME LAW Ni riCK IS HEREBY 1 1V I :.\ Ih ilcsll lilt I" the ti. titi.'tiril S BAR .. 67911 VV 1 ,'1 Int. mis t" ri -• %  -.1 d 11.1 tin v\ it h tii" ierk "t tit" 'I %  cull irl "t I 'ad" I 'ount). Flo I Al I. v KtiNITZER Sole l\l i" 1 Rl iBERT LEW ISi >N Alton Vpplleanl ".' I lug • F. I. ral Bldg. 11 20, -'. 12 I, NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOU3 NAME LAW Nl "I. K IS IIKRKBY (1IVEN Hi the tiniii TMiitf .i. ii.-Mint to engage 1 business and.. Ihi fictitious name .' 1' N ,v COMPANY at MI jis N.W. 12th Ave., Miami. !• la., aim K ., v t ,,.,.,,,. Htreet, Mlam :i',rs,'t,;, ;' T-Si SSSK !" "•"•N **** *** "" :::\vt v.::;,.,';;, 'w:; £ \::!„.'^ ** •, %  % %  /• %  <•"•%  ••"" %  • u >uu "i Dade Oounty, Florida. DATED November ."., 1944. %  '• •'''."','>. K. il. LEATHERllAN. .'lerk DAVID P. CATSMAN. ESQ By: c. P. COPELAND, D.C. Attorney for R. L. Cook 11/13. 10, 27. 12/4 : 11 ti, 12 I ''SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Friday December 4, 1964 rJenisti ncridHan Page 7-A Orthodox Eye Leaving 'Roof Groups Lett to right at the successful Miami Humanities Building Dinner ct the American Friends of the Hebrew University are cues: speaker Leon Keyserling, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin cmd ?lr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick. Executive vice president of the Hebrew University, Bernard Cherrick, honored the Rudnicks at the dinner by presenting them with a plague citinq them as "Founders of the New Campus." (Story, Page 9-A.) Founders Will be Honored at Dec. 15 Meeting of American Technion Society Community interest is mounting in th< iirst hi? meeting of the American Tivhiuon Society schecluM Iw Dec. la at the Deauville Hole I with the announcement that 21 founders will bo honored as a highlight of the occasion. Pounders are leading local cittens who have donated gifts of Sl.lKKi or more to the capital funds campaign of the American Technion Society. Purpose of these funds is to construct laboratories. i.j-sn >ms. and libraries serving tin Departments of Engineering. Architecture, Science and the Technical High School. The 21 Greater Miami civic leaders who will receive Founders' plaques on Dec. 15 include Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. Mr. and Mrs A C. Fine. Samuel Fnedland. Mrs Kannie Goldberg. Mrs. Trudy Haim-rschlng. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hertz, Morris Levy. Hyman Liebermnn, Mr. and Mrs. Sam ; I.uln Sr., Sam Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs David Serr.akcr, Jacob Sher. | Harry Stanone, Mr. and Mrs. Morns Bernhard. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash. •In addition to these dedicated men and women, we proudly report there are some 76 others who arc charter members of the Technion Founders' Club." it was announced by Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Greater Miami Chapter. Names of all Miami Founders are being inscribed on a Founders' which has been permanently installed in the Winston Churchill Viditorium at Technion. located on the campus at ML Carniel. "There is a need for a greater flow ol graduate engineers, scientists, and technicians if Israel is to become industrialized and selfsufficient." said Mrs Glasser. who has served two terms as head of the local Technion Chapter "Until Israel can develop her agriculture and industry, she cannot look ahead to economic independence.'' Among the foremost international aspects of Technion'.-. program. said Mrs Glasser. is the link between the school's scientists and the developing nations of Africa and Asia -They are out in the Held helping these new countries solve their problems."' Some 700 Israeli experts are now in Africa, and 137 are serving in Asia, she reported. Since the opening of the first class in 1924. Technion has become an internationally-recognized university of the engineering sciences, with an enrollment of 2.800 undergraduates and 800 graduate students. Major project adopted last year by the Greater Miami Chapter was a fund campaign for construction of a Computer Center on the Technion campus. The Dec. 13 meeting at the Di; Lido Hotel >vill be coordinated by \ three Technion units — the Greater Miami Chapter, the Miami Beach Women s Division headed by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. and the South Dade Chapter, with Mrs. Morton Fellmau as president. Continued from Page 1-A thodox congregations in the United States and Canada, with national Jewish "roof" agencies, such as the Synagogue Council of America, the National Jewish Welfare Board and the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organiiations. Debate within Orthodox groups over the advantages and disadvantages of such associations has been in progress for years. Rabbi Karasick said that, in regard to liabilities, the special com mittee had found that "there is implied in such association the ipso facto recognition of non-Orthodox philosophies as legitimate alternatives lo the historic and authentic Judaism of Orthodoxy." He said the committee also feared that such association might blunt Orthodox initiative, fail to represent Jewish religious law effectively, and might impede unification and coordination within the Orthodox community. On the other hand, he said, there were vital areas in which the Orthodox groups now had "no independent channels of communication." He warned that with-, drawal would cause Orthodox Jew%  ry severe handicaps in effectively representing its interests in such areaas government and legislative matters, Soviet Jewry, the Vatican and the Ecumenical Council, civil rights, the Israel-Arab dispute and international Jewish agencies Rabbi Karasick said the immediate task v. as to create "an Orthodox Jewish coordinating committee composed oi the major Jewish Orthodox organizations, with the task Of establishment of inclepen dent channels of communications and instruments of action in vital Bieas." Other Orthodox organiza, Lullinvited to consider the pro posal were the Rabbinical Council of America. Religious Zionists of America, the Rabbinical Alliance of America and Agudath Israel of America Rabbi Murray Weitman. a member ol the executive board ol the Agudath Israel, endorsed the proposal at the session, but reiteri alcd the ultra-Orthodox organization's belie! that withdrawal should take place without delay. The delegates heard a warning from Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, assistant to the president of Yeshiva University, and past president of the Rabbinical Council of America, that American Jewish Orthodoxy would be "turning the clock backwards" if it stifled "creative philosophical thinking." He said Orthodoxy needed "an ecumenical movement of its own, so that we do not practice the further fission rather than fusion," and that Orthodoxy had nothing to fear from dialogue "with all Jews, secularists as well as non-Orthodox." The end of the "religious boom'* n the United States and Canada, ,n which religion is valued largely j.-, a "respectable status symbol." was predicted at the convention by a prominent Canadian rabbi. who called the development "a blessing in disguise." The end of that boom. Rabbi Walter S. Wurzburger. of Toronto, said, afforded religion an opportunity to purity rtj self so that it may emerge as a I more vital and dynamic force. 57 Students Will Be Consecrated Rothstein. David Rubinstein. Carol Schafter. Kvan Schechter. Abbe Scheflin, Gary Segal, Franklin Gordon Selcvan. Shelley Mae Siegendorf. Lillian Esther Silvershein, Alan Singer, Lee Stolbach. Bernard Fifty-seven first grade students of Temple Emanu-EPs daily Re ligious School and Solomon Schechter Day School will be formally consecrated Saturday morning in the Temple Sanctuary. The consecrants will present a •Down from Susi. Andrew Sweet. cantata entitled Abraham." written and directed by Trixie Levin, assisted by Leon Shiff. music director. Following children will be consecrated: Sara Lee Adler. Jack| Alexander. Cynthia Jane Alterman. Bradley Arthur. Larry Backer, David Hank. Dora Behar, Steven Bicky. Anne Rachel Bloom. Richard 1 Cohen. Laurie Etta Desser, Bryce Epstein. Mitchell Friedman, Susan Garazi, Debra Joy Goldring. Harry Gutfreund. Richard David Jacobs. Marshall Manner. Neisen Orrin Kasdin. Kenneth Jay Koenig, Barry Allen Kotztn. Steven Howard Kram. Mitchell Kiatish. Beth Ellen Kushner. Garry Lemon, Haul C. LeVine, Michael Le\ me. Robert Harris Matzkin, Robert Alichnotf. Roger Miller, Lawrence Mufson. Meryl Sue Newman. Jerald Ira Pollock, Ira Glenn Rat ner, Alana Reinherz, Steven Robb.ns. Renay Rosenieki. Gregg Tanney, Teddy K. Weiner, Kenneth Charles Weinkle. Stuart Robert Weintraub. League Forms Beach Group The Women'.League for Israel, Florida Chapter, met at Mrs Kay Tupler's home. 3 Island Ave.. Miami Beach, and organized a Miami Beach group of the Florida Chapter. The following were elected as officers: Mrs. Tupler. chairman; Mrs. Jack Wcitzer. co-chairman; Mrs. Morri Schor. membership chairman; Mrs. Harry E. Kaden, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah Chester, recording secretary; and Mrs. Harry Kapell, financial and publicity chairman. The next monthly meeting will be held at Mrs. Tupler's home on Monday. Dec. 14. 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Page 12-B %  JVH I f nnrkftor) Friday. December 4. 1964 %  ^ II V il P < i n U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper was ernes' speaker at a Temple B'nai Raphael meetinq memorializing the assassination of the late President "ohn F. Kennedy on Sunday, Nov. 22. Left to :ight are Mac Marks; Bert Levy, president; Stu Wagner, program chairman; Rep. Pepper, who discussed some of h's personal experiences lenki and Roaer Sabastier, vice president and ;~pectively of the Creative Group, are being conak Fontaine, the "Crazy Guggenheim" of the %  Show. The Creative Group is an affiliate of ommunications Incorporated, with offices in : and Miami Beach. w:th the late president; Rabbi Harold Richter. spiri'ual leader of B'nai Raphael, who offered the eulogy; and Cantor Jack Lerner, who chanted the memorial liturgy. A script depicting highlights in the career of President Kennedy, was read by Mr. and Mrs. Stu Wagner. Post Office Wins Award E. M. Dunlap. postmaster, announced that tor the second time in recent years, the Miami Post Office has been awarded the National Safety Councils Certificate of Achievement tor the safe operation Of it> truck fleet The Miami fleet was one of 98 postal fleets competing for this id. which "as given to those fleets whose accident-frequency rates showed a significant reduction below their average rates for, the two preceding contests and were below the average rate for the entire group. Six other fleets \ fn in this group of 98 also won this aw a ill An award ceremon) was held at the Biscayne Annex, .'121 \\V 2lst! St., on Tuesdaj at 2 p.m. Yesl an Ladies Brunch Tuesday Y shurun Sisteri I featun >hion "Wet and i Patty's Limited Editions • laj styles from the % %  r* will able, '*•••! MAGNIFICENT! DEEPLY M0VIN8I MOST DRAMATIC' TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIL! mm WE Vt w.vmmm -IHtOOOtt M B wm* : J3^ f AS" lYTt'PMR FREDERICK LOE WE | %  JWNMRNIR %  JKXTJfe %  (fiMWR TECHHrCOLOrT SUPER IHMNT1I' FROM WARNER BROS., LINCOLN THEATRE, 555 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach JE M903 GREETINGS Chos. f. Coleman Coleman Solar Service TANKS • BOOSTERS • NEW SYSTEMS • REPAIRS Member 6251 NW 2nd St. 1007 SW 27th Ave. Phone HI 6-7854 Nights Sundays Holidays Phone MO 1-8349 GREETINGS WILLIAMS TAILORS & DRY CLEANERS QUALITY CUSTOM HAND TAILORING Suits Made to Measure 4842 NW 27th AVENUE Phone NE 4-9251 Rare Hebrew Relics JEWtlS SILVER WORKS OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Cu'ioi INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach T. SCHORR lisintss Phone JE 1-1025 Residence Phone JE 4-2503 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ELI MOTORS, INC. Renault Agency Foreign Car Parts & Service 2190 SW 8th STREET-Ph. 373-5436 15985 W. DIXIE HWY. TO ALL GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 West Avenue Miami B a Ha PHONE JE 1-0481 TO ALL GFEETIN'CS LITTLE RIVER KCREATI POOL SNOOKER WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET JIMMY ROBINSON 351 N.E. 79th Street 5314 Most Happy Holidays to A MIAMI MATERIAL HA "New Hydraulic Fork Lift S 12615 NE 14th AVENUE-Nc Phone 751-4101 GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE 7737 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone PL 9-2404 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DIESEL SERVICE "DIESEL ENGINE OVERHAUL" 3564 N.W. 32nd STREET Ph. 635-0545 Hialeah GREETINGS DR. CARL J. SLADEO PTOMETRIST 97 E. 1st AVENUE. HIALEAH O Ph. TU 8-3002 Hours. 9-6 Daily, Friday 'til 8 p.m. EUGENE J. WEISS (Room 514) 420 LINCOLN ROAD Ph. 538-0277 Miami Beach, Florida



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Page 10-B +Jml*t) nrrldtPur Friday. December 4. 1964 Left to right at the American Jewish Congress 2a are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, member-hip chairman. Women's Division; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, program chairman of the day; Hendrik 3erns. guest speaker; Mrs. Joseph Albuguerque. president. Louise Wise Chapter; Mrs. Fenjamin Kamen, national vice president. Women's Diviiion; and Mrs. Yvet'? Abram son. president, Miami Chapter. Brunch Review At Academy The annu.il brunch review of the Hebrew Academy Women will be held on Wednesday at the school. Rabbi Max LipschitE. of Temple Beth Torah, will review the best seller. "Friday The Rabbi Slept Late." by Harry Kemelman An art exhibit featuring the works of the Academy's Art Department under the direction of Sandra Goldman will be on display Brunch will be served following a brief business meeting. Mrs. Leonard Ro>en. president of the group, "ill conduct the event siop, welcomed guests and introduced Josepj I. Yanich. new regional director. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, membership chairman of the division, acknowledged the new members. 200 Attend AJCongress Women's Tea; Hear Newspaper Analyst Hendrik Berns More than 200 women attended of the South Florida Council ol Mrs Benjamin Kamen, national • ie annual membership tea of the the American Jewish Congress, vice president, was in charge of Women's Division of the American delivered a tribute to the late a national contest, proceeds of Jewish Congress held Tuesday in President. which are used to maintain the ie form ol a tribute to the late MrHarvey F. Kramer, presiLouise Wa'erman Wise Youth HosPresident John F. Kennedy. dent of the Florida Women's Divi'el in Jerusalem, Program chairman for the afternoon was Mrs Irving I> Kaplan. \.lio introduced Hendrik BernMiami newspaper analyst and radio commentator He si*>ke on The Danger ol the Extreme I ight Berns commended the American %  .-i>. 'or.' ress on itestablish -I ol a >' >mmittee on the Radi% %  ht, which was announced %  t! G Council meeting ess on \"\ 15, with ol Philadelphia, p. %  ttee ilaunchini t to i inter in... 'it activities ur n. financial support %  right wing extremists from major corporations, and invoking the lajrncss rule ol thi Federal Communications Commission requiring • individuals or organizations i *der "personal attack" n radio i television be given the right of i eply. Rabin Leon Kronish, president Mar-Parv In National Drive Mar-Pan the Kosher Parve Margarine, .launching its new advertising campaign natienwide in 19 leading English-language Jewish newspapers with a total circulation ol 400 >S.">4. This will include informative ads about all p it pose M ar Pan %  and its use in the Jewish '.-!(!( and 15( eon pon a ; Coupt ns also will be distributed m loo sti i es by lt\ lion models in selected markets Mar-Pan is made by the Miami Mar arine Company ol Cincinnati, one ol the nations leading ma i.iamanufacturers for 40 years Miami recognized the need for a Kosher Parve Margarine and produced Mar-Pan all-vegetable margarine made with highly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils, pitis Vitamins A and D The FAMOUS CHIf HAS OPENED HIS CATERING BUSINESS! knows Peppy for his v.onderful delectoble dishes h* formerly os the Chef ot both COOKIES AND Restaurant on Miracle Mile. or his tasteful foods for the past PEPPY' l'.i$ taken a giant step He's UN HIS OWN, DIRECTING HIS OWN tUSINESS ond preparing his many wonderful dishes tor the people of Miami. 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Workmen's Circle Has Anniversary The 17th anniversary of Workmen's Circle Branch 1030 and the eighth anniversary of Branch 1056 will be celebrated on Saturday. 7 p.m.. with a Supper and dance at the Miami Beach Lyceum. 25 Washington A • %  Music will be by Stan Koloff's Crescendoes, and Karen Bloom will entertain In charee ol reservations are Harrj Schuldiner and Murray Gold tVEf,r SUNDAY Smorgasbord AT — JACK STEEN'S EI Bolero 5 • 9:30 P M. ADULTS CHILDREN under 12 3.5C 2.00 3181 CORAL WAY HI 3-4203 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Oeer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Beth David Chanuka Fete Sunday Morning Beth David Religious School will have its Chanuka celebration on Sunday in one session from 10 to 11:45 a in Hersch Bernian will present the Bel I Class in a Chanuka candle drill in Hebrew. The Aleph I Class of Mrs. F.lsie Stiebel will offer a radio play. "The Burning Torch.'" Participating are: program announcer. Debra Adler; soldier. I •"' aticine Berkowitz; narrator. John Shiekman; captain. Gail Silver; voici Daniel Leibow; reu hen. Michael Medvin; other voice i Luhin A son fet. led by Cantor William \\ l. ps n, i ll be followed by latkes served in Spector Hall, courtesj ol Beth David Sister Parents an l friends have been invited Women CPA's to Meet The Miami Chapter of the American Society ol Women Accountants will hold its dinner and meet ing on Tuesday, 6:80 p.m.. at th< McAllister Hotel. Jack Cooner. Certified Public Accountant, will address the fcrcup on "Carrlbeai and Othe^F.i i-n Corporations." Social Club Chanuka Party Miami Friendly Social Club is planning a Chanuka party for Sun day. 2 p.m.. at Beth El. Dora Stem Sisterhood of Israel ite Center will present "Malka Bakes Latkes," based on the radio and Tv show, "The Goldbergs." Refreshments will oe served. The club's New Year's eve affair, which will include eniertair. ment, music, dancing and refresh ments* has been set for Dec. 31 01 the Israelite Center Club president is Max Garshag. COMING! Dec. 10 GOURMET BUFFET NOW lounge Open nilciy until 5 a.m. Entarta : rtm-nt by JACK LEB0 King of the Co 41? ARTHUR GODFREr RS..M.g RES. 53*-+S36 ir:c->:.!for \ Till: K AMI >l I It II4M>I -ATOP THt TAJ j D.NNER SERVED 5 to 9 • COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN 11 3 %  •• -o 1 a -. Special 50c Cocktail at Luncheon from 11 m to 3 p m COCKTAIL HOUR FROM 5 to 7 P.M. DELICIOUS HORS D'OfUVRfS 33 SW 2nd AVE. Mrs. Madge DueFrene, Mgr. (Closed Sundays J GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRUNDS 101 and BILL > CHARBROILED SIRLOIN STEAK chef salad, dressing, veg., potato, coffee or tea, rolls 4 butter. $169 Serving 5 P.M. to 6 A.M. Phone UN 5-9651 1850-79th ST. *_5 flips a J^&M CAUSEWAY, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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Pace 16-A •. aVw /•>#fkrktiar Fridcy. PlVHi In, ^ SBI. Sett**" SHATHftS Sen. Smothers Off to Israel For Ceremony Sea &nat %  %  led a aew phase, af Israel's tatata t aaJ anajTaaa aTeda %  %  •:. ;v--._ --ereaaar. temaeai af Acrt Ita A. aj School b UM first -' • IB a :.\ t ;•,,.r k irarr. t> • %  .:-. the special parpase of bnr.. nj j epm -. d .-•—.. .rants froa jUricai *r-.: tsun areas i Til :>aiar..e IB -•: : >••%  : %  ;-.r. Sen. Sau i a member o: the C BBittee on F ---. ReJal a as in\ited r> Ralph I Getdea, ex :: — ^: pea a: sat Jew: %  : • ->.:---. .". %  .-F >. te Award at the %  sere I •-..-..' POSITION AVAILABLE SKtfTUT 3 at 4 Days a wee* Da-tee SifMH Office Carat Ceaiea. •Aest he uceAeet typ\. tfti'aav) rel^-ae* %  > speeierea b tbt Mrb-M. kestin, r Ut 'stead ••lie trie Rabbmical As sPcia'ion H Greater Mumi. in a aaMar to Dr Lehrrn*n, last ee excressed the ceeo prxie which al! the member-* fee) at veur appo ntment as getteral cKurmin e the 1HS Combtned J..sh Appeal. %  Li. '" ..-—-: :** CJA atea sa its | the ?>>oc:at>on deciared V e-d the HUM :i leade: and I :-. >ou have loaf pr to our eaaaati and %  e earned for you the and ad mirati n I ten and Rabb: %  Sibil i aecuth e %  • %  -1 that "We hasten that -• %  %  %  %  • ig:ng • *. I C^ Adult Series At Beth David • 'jda%  • %  Le a the Bureau of %  •-. I I F^ h freedom Chcpler Show Pracdkaa Chapter. B nai B r.th have a aaaeaeOB and sftRra T i tar the Seesaw." on Dec :o :: M a r. at leJ Sin F..r.-r-e id reset Glamorous guests c* flat firs: annual TTM Award Ball spoiisorec by the Arc.-r.s C.vic Tnectre al the Starliqhl Roof oi the Doral Beach Hotel mciiace !Kr ZT.Z Mn Baron r.e H_-sch Meyer, oi Micrni Beach. Attended :v awre -r203 •-= rf. aafc was c mcjor step forward r. the Aoarna :x :: a Taaani o: Performing Arts open to =11 c: Greater M.-rrr.. I444<44 ( < 4,44<,44, 4 < {<<4| &f a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 18rf SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS From 7 to 17 Herman and Harry Popkin of Atlanta, t.a.. and BLUE STAR CAMPS Hi ndt i simi illi \nrih Carolina extend Chtmttka Gteetmgs and Best Wishes to Our many Florida friends, former campers end fhH; and cordially invite those horn the Greater Miami Area, Hollywood, Palm leach, ft. lovderdale, Corel Gables, etc. •wen "*>ey Have -%o* oeen to Camp before) o rOn us 'or e tSef ol Bur l ANNUAL GET-TOGETHERS TO BE HELD SI XDAY. ll.M 20i h OS >IOMPAV. I>€M-. 2l)*l • SOUND ;r.c^ : • : E..T .'.;P • KENE\n :-'.' r r = EM:: 5 DEAUVILLE HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL 3:00 5:00 P.M. 7:30-9:30 P.M. A PffV/fW Of THINGS TO COM Creative mmd tptee'ta' farts ta bers IM >i'f ': brkear: W rt adaea DraeM aa Art • fke N -OeeI:\TATIVI:> >ARS HARRY LILLIAN ROSEN 230 Snore Dr.ve Es' Miami Fla Ph FR 1-*205 MRS &ERNARD ROZ SUTTA 1335 Sorolla Ave Corl Gab es F! Ph H; 6-184* HI 6-0817 DR AND MRS IRV-NG SYLVIA MtNSTE N 711 Sur*fcde &lvd Surf $ ,d FHa JS aa ; ::-MR HARRY KAPLAN 1536 Piurkett St Ho'lvwood FU -Ph 22 "iT : ~ ~ 5 a OUR ELEVEN UNIQUE AND CHALLENGING PROGRAMS FROM JUNE 8 AUG. W for '=tS are: ; • IfO.\f-f;ff OMULS 1 Grades Ixri fKrauoh aeh %  I Weeks—• aTeeks—I > • nmxKEm HOYS a • st;\it>K t.iiii > 3 Grades 7th *hraua4i H • .._,areeks—Fa Se • st:\itHi nor* Grades 7th thre-h ath I kf 1 .t.r • TEmX-AGm VIUi.,1 5 Bars 1 Gir!s and Prep C.T s %  • 1 OI XSKiJUt'TRll\Kr* 4 Bays and S.Hs |J Grade Ont F,-.. ^ „ • STAFF 7 CaaaaM FreViwan *nc Up Frorz %  aaaai • ". <• >'.. • ISRAELI FOLK HAM F WORK-SIKH' I St* Arawal Pre-Season June ll-II With Fred Ekrt al \e 1 • • II ASK FT II ALL CAMP ra> J Weak Pre-Seasan. June a-22 Atlanta Ga ft Bes HI Jr H^h tnd Hf i-•-"• • SPECIAL TOI'RS IMI Far Bays and •aril th threwe* II ak i< Caaac. V %  _• #T. PIWUFF t RFATIYF ARTS CF\TFK S*: i .ime, tn Dance. r>'*m and Art -->• ^. 3 On Mor.th — ....-' EARIT fWiTOLLAIErar IS RKOMmfKDtD TO AVOID dlSAPPONTmiMT! Let us Kear from you soon — Well be happy to meet with yo*t PERSONALLY and INDIVIDUALLY to ta k about your summer plans A S--—eCf*"v-j Adenr^'* ttA ^wrpasa •aaaaa aberi Aaterkea Caa.| Auaoattaa



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Lay. December 4, 1964 I'Jenisti fhridiiar Paqe 3-A 500 N. Y. Rabbis in Protest March Against Reds Community Appreciation Luncheon" will honor Dade County State Attorney Richard Geistein on Dec. 11 at the r-upon' Plaza Hotel. News n.::r. radioman Larry King v.ril] be master of cere[ monies lhazar Hosts iishops at Home Continued from Page 1-A I been taken toward purging manIkini of deep-lodged hatred I which :-ought upon the Jewish [people i e n e w e d oppression, Lbaserent and fiery furnaces of I death *nd, at the same time, [causec great numbers of men Iprofesj.ng to be Christians to llo:e Hie image of God." J Tho bishops also visited the |hoioci ist cellar," atop Mount n. v < re graphic exhibits illustrate the manner in which milicni I Jews were annihilated ting World War II. The prelates rticipated in candlelighting rites (omnu-n.orating the Jewish marKTS oi the holocaust. Later fits \-sited the Hebrew Univer-' ily. and paid their respects to Dr. orach WarhaMg. Israel's Minisier ot Religious Affairs. The croup of visiting bishops also %  ought to Mr. Shazar a souvenir Iibuni illustrating Pope Paul's Iisit to the Holy Land last January. Ttualbum, autographed by Pi ntiff, contains the Hebrew _v\toi two addresses made on P -non by President Shazar. (he farewell address to trael i elivered by Pope Paul VI. Continued from Page 1-A meeting held during the march by Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Sen. lavitt, Mr. Kennedy, New York Stale Attorn.•> General Louis Lot kuwitz, and Stanley Lowell, chair man of the .\eu York City CommiMion on Human Rights, who appeared also as the personal representative ot Mayer Robert V Wagner. The rabbis started their march at a street corner near the head quarters of the Soviet Union's mission to the United Nations and paraded silently, under police guard, to the headquarters of the Carnegie Kndowment for International Peace, opposite the United Nations enclave. Preceding Rabbi Max Schenk. president of the New York Board of Rabbis, which organized tho protest, were a giant menorah and one banner expressing the rabbinical protest. The appeal to the Soviet Government requested : • Permission to Soviet Jews for free functioning of synagogues and private prayer meetings, organization of a nationwide federation of synagogues and permission for association of USSR .lews with org a n i z a t: o n s of co-religionists abroad. • Removal of hindrances to the observance of sacred rites such as religionburial and circumcision. • Restoration of all rights and facilities for the production and distribution of matzot and other i kosher food:.. •The provision of facilities lor the production and distribution of Jewish religious articles like prayer shawls, mezuzot and religious calendar.'awell as facilities for the publication of Hebrew Bibles, prayer books and other religious tcxt.s "in the necessary quantities." • Permission to Soviet Jews to make religious pilgrimages to Israel. • Permission to all qualified applicants in the Soviet Union to attend the yeshiva in Moscow and the provision of facilities for the establishment of additional yeshiVOt, as well as permission to rabbinical students to study at Jewish theological seminaries abroad. • The provision of schools and other facilities for the study of Yiddish and Hebrew. Jewish his ton. literature and culture as well a permission to Jewish writers, artists and other intellectuals to create their own institutions for the encouragement of Jewish culture and artisticlife. • The ree.stablishment of a Yiddish publishing house. Yiddish state theaters and Yiddish language new-papers with national circulation. GOV. Rockefeller, in his address, listed some of the signs of antiSemitism in the Soviet Union. He noted that the number of synagogues in the USSR has declined from 450 in 1936 to 96 as of last April: that at least 89 of the Soviet citizens executed for so-called "economic crimes.'' were "publicly identifiable as Jews"; that state publishing houses have published anti-Semiticworks; that Jewish cemeteries have been closed down: that the training of rabbis has been severely restricted, and that "Jewish cultural life has been stifled." Sen. Javits proposed three courses of further action: 1. The i (.'introduction in the next Senate of the resolution condemning Soviet anti-Semitism approved at the last session of the Senate almost unanimously; 2. That President Johnson, at his forthcoming summit meeting with the leaders of the USSR "must press on the highest policy level this repression and persecution" of Soviet Jews; and 3. It must be the policy of the U. S. State Department to press the issue of Soviet anti-Semitism at every opportunity in the United Nations. Mr. Kennedy told the meeting that the new leadership of the Soviet Union must be made aware oi the fact that "Soviet relations with the West can never be clear as long as millions in the USSR are denied the right to worship." 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Friday. December 4, 1964 +Jfnist fitrJJtor Werner-Kali ii MRS. STEVEN WARREN Warren, Ullman Exchange Vows A reception and luncheon at the rVntuinebleau Hotel followed the lite morning wedding there of the former Beth Rose I'llman and Ste-, veil Alan Warren on Friday. Nov. | Officiating rabbis were Dr. Herbert Baumgard and Dr. Jacob H. • Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, the bride's great-uncle. Attending the couple were Ka>en •lichaelson, maid of honor, and Ronald Bercolami, best man. For the ceremony, the bride chose a floor-length gown of satin with a shoulder-lenuth veil (ailing from a rose of candlelight peau de sole, and carried an arrangement n| roses and stephanotis. Following a tour of Florida, the new Mr. and Mrs. Warren will live at 1209 43rd Ave.. Gainesville, v here both are attending the UniJ versity of Florida. The bride is a graduate ot Miami Beach High. ', Her bridegroom is an alumnus of i Coral Gables High. N'ewlywed Mrs. Warren is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Temple Sinai 'Showcase' On Sunday evening, 6 p.m., Temple Sinai Religious School will hold a "Cfaamika Showcase" featuring a candle ritual presented by the Temple Nursery School under the direction of Mrs. Yvette Cole; a musfefe] by the Temple Junior Choir; ;i chanuka "songarama" by the children of the Religious School; and a comedy. Refreshments v ill be served. Mount Sinai Auxiliary Meeting Women's Auxiliary of Mount Si| nai Hospital will hold its semi-annual meeting on Friday. Dec. 11. 9:45 a.m., iii the Louis K. Wollson ] Auditorium. Chairman is Mrs. Carl Susskind. Meeting will feature an illustrat, ed narration of the •'Hope Ship 1 by Dr. Rudilph E. Droad, and se; lections by the Choral Group of the School of Practical Nursing. Program chairmen are Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Michael Gilbert. President of the Women's Auxiliary is Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. Refreshments will be served. Pacje 9-9 Eugene List Set on WVCG Pianist Eugene List, who won recognition even in non-musical circles for his performance at the Potsdam Conference, will visit with John Daly on "Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" at 7 p.m., Sunday. Dec. 13, on Station WVCG-FM (105.1 meg. List, who is credited to a large degree in reviving interest in 19th century American composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk, will be heard in two Gottschalk compositions. The third movement of Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. l will also be featured. Also on the program will be Folksinger loan Baez in a new recording. "Bachianas Brazilieras," iind a new recording by Igor Stra\insky. Deluxe 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments from SI 7,500 Residents ira tllglblt for membership In the tamed Miami Shores Country Club offering golf, tennis and swimming. Th Jiiis Corporation Introtfucts !" 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Grandparents are Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Wernick and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Konig Here from California for the ceremony naming the new child was great-grandmother Wernick. First child. Marcie Ann, born Nov. 26 to the former Lyn Levine and Lt. Norman Levine now stationed in Norfolk, Va. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Levine. cf Miami Beach, in Norfolk to greet their granddaughter Paternal grandmother. Mrs. Pearl Levine. widow of the late Morris H. Levine. planning to spend the holidays with new familj group. Going through a scene of "The Fifth Season" are Stewart Hershey. a member of Beth Sholom Temple Youth; Sara Sil verman, who plays his mother; and Monroe Myers, who play3 Stewart's father. "Fifth Season 1 At Beth Sholom H. Ullman. 747 W. 50th St.. and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bred, who came from Allentown, Pa., for the nuptials. Parents il" the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Edmund D. Warren, 1108 S. Bay short Dr. "The Fifth Season will be presented by the Temple Thespians of Temple Beth Sholom on Saturdayevening. •The Fifth Season" will be presented for the benelit of the Subsidy Fund of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom It is being directed by Icon Unger, who most recently appeared with Martha Raye at the Coconut Grove The atre in 'The Solid Gold Cadillac Other members of the cast are Kurt Schmeltzer, Bunny Jaffe, Mimi Fink. Sam Slavin, Monroe Meyers. Sara Silverman, Ed Ross. Natalie Halpert, Stewart Hershey Dolores Wilson, Nicki Adler, and Niety Gerson. Leon Unger also appears in the play in the role of Max Pincus. 'The Fifth Season" is about the garment industry in New Yortr City. Candlelight Rites Set for Sunday The Sisterhood of Temple Zamora will held its annual candlelight; ing service for Chanuka on SunJay. 7 p.m.. at the Temple. Children oi the Hebrew School will presenl a play, and Temple I Zamota L'SY group will also assist in the program. 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Page 2-B *JenlsMcrldlan Friday. December i. .Mrs. Leonard Rosen to Chair Hebrew U man of Year Luncheon on Dec. 17 iai I R isen has accepiip of the WoYear Left to right are Miss Nettie Goldstein, head teacher of the Re jigious School Department; Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom; Mrs. Arthur Courshon; Vivian Shelist and Debbie Levin. Beth Sholom Students in Gift At the regular Junior High Breakfast ol the Religious School uf Temple Beth Sholom held last Saturday morning, Mrs Arthur Courshon. representing her husband, who is local chairman of the John y Kennedy Memorial Library project, was on hand to aceept a gift ol the Religious School. •This practice of charity is in ping with the ethical teachin ,t children are learning in the school, and it helps to instill responsibility and participation in community projects,"' explained Nettie Goldstein, head ol the lie %  hi ol Department. Recently, children of the school Senior Citizens To be Feted Senior i I rom the N irfolk, Jewish Community Center will : D entertained at a special Chanuk party in their honor Sunday afternoon, 2:30 p.m., by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA Branch. 350 SW 16th Ave. The Golden Age Club of the Norfolk Center has planned the visit the highlight of a two-week vacation on Miami Beach. The aftern< on includes a conceit by the Miami Choral Group under the direction ol Miss Bertha Barett, followed t>\ folk dancing led 5 ill Sarah Levine and Abraham Braunschweig. The Golden Age Friendship Club i to all adults 55 years an I IT. contributed S237 to the UN1CEF Fund, and now the entire school is working on a project called "Ship-a-Box to-Israel." This i< a program In which children of each class fill boxes with school supplies and toys to be senl in Israel under the sponsorship ol the Council of Jewish Women. The children ol the Beth Shalom Religious Sol Iso contribute i eklj to the Karen Ami fund. and ai the c! si of ill-' school >ear. they vote I r distribution among \ in Mi haril es, uncheon of the %  .;.'-. of the Hebrew Greater Miami Worn %  I'S Dh • %  n was announced by ; Simonhoff, president event ol the W >m !>.' n, the Thursday. Dec .; event al the Fontainebleau II" honor Mrs, Inez Krensky r ; M -. ice to the community, io ( cation and to philanthropj \c!: irn in id the luncheon. Mrs. sen. whose support "I the liei tiversity has honored her ,->• %  a •Woman of the Book.'" will preside over a program dedicated to Hie theme. "Growth Through Education." Active in Combined Jewish Appeal. State of Israel Bonds and BS president ol Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. Rosen will chair the function whose support has helped to establish the Jewish National and Hebrew University library containing over one million volumewhich serves as a student library and as the central librar> ol Israel Mrs Irvinu Lehrman, president •I the Federation of Jewish Wom en. will participate in the luncheon program and deliver the invocation. Mrs. Rosen announced thai Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Ol hi h Mrs. Krensky ia past Sisti rhood president, H I • 1 -peak at lh( testimonial. In a Idition to Mrs. Simonhoff Mrs Rosen, those helping to i eon include Mrs Charles Charcowsky, chairman ol the Awards Committee; previous I an Of ."•' Year llonoive. Mrs. v %  a Brenner Meyprs and I 11 Jennie Gro singer; vice presidents ol the Women's Division, Mrs. |j Hamerschlag, Mrs Harry Platofl an I Miss Lillian Goodman; Mrs. .lack S. Popick and Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro, members el the Presidents Cabinet. The com nittce also Includes Mi sdames \i a y e r Abramowitz, Ruth Johni I. Berger, A. Edv ard I hen, Esther Cohen, Sara Czech. David Drucker, Joseph Duntov, Frances Entine. Myrtle Epstein. Joseph 11 Epstein, Betty Feuer. Sigmund Fogler and .loan Field. Mcsdames Em i 1 Frledlander, voMno Abram Fox, Henrv r OWwta. l-niis GhSJ^a •: %  -.. Ilarrl ,i,,i £J {,0u lni FVk K £Si 1 M,,ler Kenneth Ob Ponve, iiirian %  • Da Rambam ml J '"< M %  sra Sch*,ru B rice R idnick vid Shapiri Nathan Si berg Phil P F Than v^ 1 Turner Abraha > 5SJS 1 vinia Waldbaum. Carl L Max Weitz, n \ trd Mauri :( rman Herbert S ( w 'finkii ranWi Willun, 3efh £1 Program ,"" *"*•! student, Congregation Beth El Hebre" Sunday School wiU have a (W program. Parents will partk.pat, and refreshments will he SALAMI "11M PURE BEEF Kdshfuth supervision by prominent Orthodox Rabbis R


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Page 2-A +Jenist> fleria/ian Bernstein to Receive JFK Peace Forest Award at JNF Dinner Here Sunday ;'. •. v K ian. Miami Beach at the John F. Kennedy Peace Award \ and Sttivt! JewfSh tiatlflni.inner this Sunday evening al the worker, has been chosen Fontainebleau Hotel at 7 p.m. to make the .John F. Kennedy ird, it was announced Wednes(...>. Kogan will make the award at Friday, December 4, i ZEV KOGAN The award will be presented to William Bornstein, Washington and Miami Beach philanthropist, for his work in behalf or me Jewish National Fund iind the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel. Over l.ooo persons from all walks cl hie, man; ol them national, .• %  late and county officials, are e*pected i i attend the first statewide Jewish National Fund dinner ever hold in Florida. The dinner marks the official dedication of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel, and is one of a series throughout the U. S. Max Brevier, president of the Jewish National Fund of America, is the originator of the Peace Forest, and it is expected that the forest will be planted with over 15 million trees by the end of 1965. Israeli and American officials are expected to dedicate the forest in the next few weeks. Gov. Fams Bryant and Governor-elect Haydon Burns heal the JNF Chief Max Bressler Expects Dinner to be 'One of Greatest Held Here Max Bressler. pre-ident of the \ it nnal Fund of America rchitect or the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel, said W< nesday that he expects 'the JNF Peace Award dinner in Greatt: M .'.'in will be one oi the great•-• community-wide functions ever here." The dinner v. i ll be held Sunday at the Fontainebleau hot, Bresiler is also originator of the John F. Kennedy monument to be erected in Israel by the people and government there in cooperation with the Jewish National Fund. "On the hallowed ground where B-r K'ichba waged bis last gallant battle for Judea's freedom two thousand years ago. the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest will rise w .thin the ^reen confines of the American-Israel Freedom Forest, planted by the Jewish National Fund and dedicated to peace and the bonds of friendship that link the two nations," he -aid The Government of Israel, as its -hare in this undertaking, will build an impressive monu• in th heart oi the Kennedy Forest and i nstrt it the John F Kenni Ij '.: %  Par] leadl J em to ti;e i> rinc. ii ol \'i.< ;a, no i ur mart) red Pres i • e nttii • :.' ..i tampion %  >! | Tne Kennedy Peace Forest MVEST IH .'S.7.451 BONDS AND TH;Y WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT. 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"To me," said Bressler, "to be ri American Jew in the besl sense oi the term, meantotal commitideals and principles \ %  i .. nism and Judaiedicated." Honorary Committee sponsoring the event. Special addresses will be made by Dr. living Lehrman and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Leon J. Ell ichairman. Dinner Committee consist of the following: I n i Kit hnli "IJ" llnlihl Mayer Ihranmwits, Mux Affnchlnw, Benja\:,|,,i. I.ihtn I.. Herman, Ml* Bva Ulum. Mr Xailian Hookwmn Wintani \U \>< %  %  < Brnad, Mr* i.i. ih l> l >..\ i-. I-'. i' i' i i. Hyi ii KIHI nlwum, Kan y hVlilmun, KM ,,:.I. ,|g i, Klnhmiin, Vbrahnn |.'rakllln, MM %  ill K s Kaitu i I loodm Mi-l.llllan Imi \ ihum Uriii IMh Sum K %  ii K K /.v u K vl1 Jin • vn K ., ii(x, I'l lixii ml k, !•• I> '•"M I > •;. i -I,i. v %  !•:•--.: %  Ftlffl ju.iim i. M Samuel St'l v .• • %  • %  .. siii %  i. Joh-',•.• %  I hi Si MOI IIV II. I. 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Faqa 6-B Jen 1st ncrldtten Friday, Decen t 4, J ...^Mbout f^ceplc and f^L UNTIL TWO THIRTY A.M. Nowadays, i| you staj at .1 diner ptrtj until two4hir*r, >ou must bo htviag .1 Una timo The jTOestj > >Jt down tot dinner at Dr Leonard v.;a-.i Siherman s BOOM stayed and stayed Gail did all of bar owa cooking, ral iwuowt stye ., mixture al French and Italian cooker; Judy and Paul Koson and Marilyn and Harry Smith who had just returned from Europe brought along. First batch of picture* th.it had boon developed Ev e ryo ne who was there. Anita and Henrj Weiss, Hilda and Manuel Zaiac. Allan and Dotorea Wilson, and Pr and Mrs. Jerome A Ralaa eajoyesj the pictures and talked and talked and had a grand time. • • I LOVE YOU TRULY I gM rears ago. the Jack Borkos and Ralph Hollander* lave a :5th wedding aaaiversarj party for Matty and Bill Altman Three years the Altmans ami the Hollanders gave the load 01 part> for Pearl and Jack Berko rear, the Berkos and the Altaians gave %  -. : the Berke homi F lee e rn e and Ralph Hollander Cocktails, dinMr the pool a tl ited candles al made a der the 75 close :: u I relrhe Berkes' son. Bob. a student Gainesville, and daughter Susan Mrs Mel Rachlefl Oea in Wli I Berke p love Yo Trolj on : %  n a touching litj the He • rings this I me. but a marquise for : -apphire for Ralph Among guests •ore Mr. and Mrs Aaron Lerner. Ji lg< Fhilip Matspeis Mr and Mrs Jerry Berke. Mr and Mrs H> Krieger, Mr and MrDavid Collins, Mr and Mrs Don Frederick. Mr and Mr;. Irvin Lmdin. Mr and Mrs. George WeisbaOBK, Mr. and Mrs Morton Breitbart. Mr and Mrs Phil Kopelman and Dr and Mrs Rob ert S Altman. who are living in Miami now while Robert is on a training scholarship at ESOfl aces .. HCME AGAIN HOME AGAIN JIGGITY JIG P.ea .-nd Borthold Strauss and Helene and Louis Bresler are home again after a most exciting tour of Europe. They got a car and •chauffeur in Paris and drove everywhere at their leisure, including France and Italy. They were in Munich for the Yom Kippur holiday. They were in Budapest, behind the Iron Curtain It was a heartbreaking experience in this town surrounded by barbed wire There, they went to the largi synagogue where Theodor Herzl was Bar Mttrvah Suki and Nat Williams are still unraveling the effects of the hurricane on their house: at last the ~oof is fixed The;, were having a much hteter ;:me in Europe than battening down for Cleo. They drove planed, and trained through Ireland. Austria and Italy They needed relaxation, and they got it Nat didn't even brin^ home a new recipe to try at one of their fabulous parties Their friends will be satisfied with Nat > old recipe*, however 'The Last Time I sa" Pans"" is a song that and Stanlej Tate won't ever sing because the> .n Pans so much They had a most fabulous time in Europe, dropping coinin the fountain of Trevi l • make -are that they 1 k then I DID YOU KNOW Marc.' Mrs he would go along e could find someone to take care of the children, but men she doesn't think that she could get enoueh shopping done on one of those flying trips. Julian has discovered tha' one of his old classmates is the direc I Golden Boy. so he thinks that he'll manage to jet in to see that one —FRANCES LEHMAN Chantka Session Discussion Group Meeting AtMenorah £ElTSUZ* Chanuka School Assembly a t H'ZVh 'TJ h b f• hw "' m nb Temple Menorah will be held on ,i', cus "on r n ,0r Sunday morning. 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Friday, December 4, 1964 +Je*lstrk>rMian Paqe 11-A. By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Doctor Found Russians Seeking Influence "In Russia it is not tu oath Recording to his needs," said Dr. Mark Paren, "but to each according to who he K...,v.s or lu what Immick affords him." !n !%:'. Dr. Zarcn and his wife, Dr. Vora Zarcn. a psychotherapist now both retired and living ,ii Surfside, spent -i\ months in the Soviet Union. Un%  the aegis of the I'nited States Information Agency, they traveled to .Moscow. Kiev and Leningrad with a cultural exchange exhibit. The theme of their exhibit was "The American General Practitioner." The benefits and procedures of private modi cal practice were demonstrated. Americans Fascinating Russians are fascinated by anything American, and the exhibit attracted over 10.000 people daily. What fascinated the Zarens, who .-peak Russian fluently, was that 75 per cent of the questions were about life in America, nut about medicine. They, in turn, found out what life was like in i "people's paradise." What they learned is that there DR. ff.ARK ZORtN they want things is disillusionment in Russia today. The child, indoctrinated under an excellent educational system which stresses responsibility, one for the other, finds upon embarking on his chosen career, that what is spelled out in theory i< not implemented in actuality. The mere worker is looked down on. Everyone wants to Choir to Take Part in Service be a white collar man. And everyone, from the salesgirl in the store to the doctor in the clinic, lias a gimmick, an illegal method of making money. "Everyone in Russia steals." said Dr. Zaren. "When a doctor makes S70 a month, he can not buy adeqmte food and clothing lor his fainilv so he must -leal to survive. Everybody has his own little racket." Riddled With Corruption When .voting people apply to the university they find, contrary to expectations, that knowing the right people counts lor more than good grades. The children of party officials are privileged. "Russia is riddled with corruption." said Mrs. Zaren. "Things arc hard to get, and things are what the Russian is starved for. He gooto all lengths to get tilings. Young girls marry middle-aged men who have acquired position and things. Teachers take bribes and almost anyone in Russia can be bribed. Juvenile delinquency is a problem; only it is not written about or discussed. But most of all, the people arc infected with fears. Russia is a nation of paranoiacs." Flaunting Prosperity on Friday evening, Temple Beth *.m monthly family worship scrvice will include its annual Cha.-.uka candlelighting service, with Rabbi Herbert II. Baumgard offi>N,ting. Fourth grade students of the Re-! i-ious School will participate as the choir oi alie month under the i/irection of Cantor Charles S. Kodner. Weisgal Will Receive Plaudits By Special Report NEW YORK —Next Wednesday • New York, Meyer W. Weisgal vi ill receive the tribute of the international community as the Master Builder of the Weizmann Institute of Science on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Instiand his own 70th birthday. More than 2.000 leaders of American, Israeli and European communities will participate in the annual dinner of the American Comm11tee for the Weizmann Institute of Science on Dec. 9 at the Hotel Americana here to greet the chairman of the Weizmann Institute of Science, planned by an Internaliona] Committee of world-renowned leaders. Participants include Gayle Block., Margaret Ciauscr. Amie Drcyfuss, j Jnlie Eisenberg, Andrea Feinberg,) Roslyn Krebs. Elizabeth Leibert, Donna Nathan, Cara Schaffer, Jan | Sobol, Jeri Tilzer, Karen Wcin-1 stein, Jeffrey Bernstein. Mark Berry, William Block. Jesse Fa-1 ber, Brian Garber, Robert Gibbs. Barry Kaye, Philip Parker, Seth | Perlman, James Rubin, William Solomon, Mona Altman. Melissa Berman, Lorri Goodman, Barbara Harris, Leah Klein, Debra Levinson, Lori Rosen, Deborah Sneider, Carrie Shields. Randy Swerdlin. Sally Tanner, Lisa Tumarkin, Daniel Baumgard, Ted Goldblatt, Daniel Goodman, Ronny Green. Gary Jacowitz, Steven Leidner, 'Hank Luria, Edward Markovitch, Hunter Miller, Alan Mintz, Richard Robinson, Lome Salem, Leslie Share. Charles Silberman, Jeflrey Silver, Thomas Tobin, Jim Witus, Lorna Brass. Donna Garvttt. MargO Gcller. Susi Lu Goldstein, Laura Kogan. M argot Lindau. I esley Mill.i'.d, Debra Rosen, Phyl. lis Smith, Amy Tarsches, Robert Cava, Samuel Dubbin, Neil Freeman, David Goldsmith, Stuart Grad, William Meyer, Jeffrey Rogr ers, Michael Teller, Elizabeth Ulocker, Karen Engel, JoAnne Goldstein. Stacey Himmel. Dale Sue Kaplan, Audrey Nina Kfare, Jane Landau, Beth Levison, Alicia Nash. Karen Zisman. Gary Brill. builder of the Weizmann Institute Michael Schero, 'i Science. Zipp. i Farbenbloom. For Very Special Occasions... COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-800. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA v The Zarens found the Jews disliked in Russia. Alter the war. Stalin set the stage for antiSemitism which, according to Mrs. .Zarcn. is fanned by '"the tendency ol the Jevv.s to flaunt their prosperity." The Zarens came away feeling th:it the Russians can not understand a tree society, its mobility, itfreedom of choice. And they discovered incongruities in their way of liie—how to explain, fur example, that Russian newspapers and literature are permitted to reflect on the evidenceof corruption at the seat ol power. Dr. Zareii tells an opocryphal anecdote. Ilis hid to meet and talk with two Russian dignitaries was spurned when the Russians realised his desire was not to clarify his impressions of the Communist system. But the next day. a gilt was delivered to him at his hotel. Certain the package contained the usual book offered to tourists, a tract of Russian propaganda, he unwrapped it without enthusiasm. What they sent him was a copy of Aesop's Fahles. Training Classes For New Teachers Special training classes to develop new teachers for 9Bn Schonl departments of J c i Iv -chools are heing scheduled by Bureau of Jewish Education, cording to an announcement by Joseph Cohen, president. Classes in -Methods of Teach in the Sunda\ School" will be held at Temple Judea on Friday afternoons, beginning Dec. 4, at % %  15 p.m. Similar classes are scheduled at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 940 Lincoln Rd., and Bh Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd. Classes are part of the Bureau service of recruiting and train." teachers in the Jewish schools it Greater Miami. Louis Schwartzman. executive director, is instructor. Classes for Hebrew lead will continue on Dec. 4 at the Bureau. Humash and Rashi are taught j Rabbi David Klein; composit in and Hebrew grammar. Dr. Me : ( ohen; development of the Prayer Book. Herbert Zvi Berger. Bun associate director; and Schwa tz! man instructs a class in -Teach Methods for the Hebrew Schoi • • • • • • • • ••••• The view the Zarens had of Russia was not the usual tourist one. Their facility with the language and direct contact with relatives and acquaintances provided them with a unique experience. It also afforded them surprises such as being able to define the many hecklers at the exhibit as—Jews. When Dr. Zaren was able to corner one of them, he asked why a Jew would act in this manner. "Because we have to," was the answer. :* Congratulations • in nrHer? 4 Then 50 no further! Our expert catering staff will arrange your party right down to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — deserve our 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. Young Judaeans' Chanuka Conclave Young Judaeans met last weekend for their fourth annual Chanuka conclave held at the High Taylor Birch State Park in Ft. Lauderdale. Fourth through sixth graders competed in singing, dancing and sports on the theme, "Cities of Israel." Representatives from Jerusalem, Eilat. Haifa, and Tel Aviv teams met on Sunday morning for a mock Knesset debate. At issue was the question of which city has need for an extra stipend from the government. In addition, there were swimming, games, sports and a campfire. by rfa/cfma JI „•„. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (U) ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET MIAMI BEACH 0 For Meyer Weisgal. the Dec. 9 will be a climatic event in JearaVn'the 'sttvWtf ttie Jewish Ctorta 0*^7 Jeffrey Cor'enblum. Hadassah and ZOA through the State, the last 20 of them as the Howard Gersten. Robert Long. South Florida Zionist Youth CornDavid Sim son, mission. City director is rrank i MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Taey ars unequalled In their profession. 1 Tbsy are tha diLido's catering staff. They will make a success of any party.. .a 1 wadding... a Bar Mltzvah*... a business 1 meeting or a social luncheon. They win ', serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the dilido's newly decorated Cotillion loom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. 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Page 2-C +Jcnisti ffcradfiann Friday, December { igJ k^.**^ : %  •-' %  "" %  % %  %  "'"' BRAND NEW ISRAELI FLAG LINER M V SILU TRANSATLANTIC CAR-CARRYING SlRVKl Brand New W Israel Flag Liner To Make Maiden Call Here Dec. 14 The motor vessel ••Bilu." a brand new Israeli lias luxury passenger liner, makes its maiden call in this hemisphere next Friday. Dec 11, to begin a 14ii ason oi cruises linking Miami Beach with Nassau and 1 re port in the Bahamas three daj S later. The ••Bilu." launched in Belgium in April, also is bringing home members oi the Wally By am Caravan, who arc compleClosed promenade on the Geneva Deck. ting a round-the-world trip in their silver Airstream trailers. The ship's arrival marks the commercial tran>atlantic car-carrying service The "Bilu" carries 524 passengers and has %  deck -pace for 120 auto' %  %  • Irive right on I :rd from the dock the fir.-t fine in ir a cruise .-hip to Kail %  ernight schedules Miami Beach, 1 rival of Ihe "Bilu" an important link in its plans to establish a deep draft cruise port to join those at nearby Dodge Island (Miami) ;nd Prt Everglades i Ft. Laudcrdale The "Bilu," in its initial runs, offered the first •economy" cruise travel on the Mediterranean this past summer. It called at Naples and Haifa Fares for the Miami Beach-toBahamas cruises begin at S69 for a three ila trip. The 'are includes all meals. Thenis no additional <•' for taking a car. The "Bilu" will cruise as a "one-class" ship, an innovation it pioneered in regular commercial travel this summer in the Mediterranean. upward to S210 for •Penthouse Suite' lodging on the lour day cruise. But passengers in every fare category have complete run-ofthe-ship acc< ss to all recreational facilities — swimming pool, deck games, lounges, and shipboard activities. The "Bilu" has private shower and toilet .n each ol it> 171 staterooms. The ship vv eighs 7.000 tons, is 420ft long, cruises at 21 knots, and is equipped with DennvBrown stabilizers. She i> fully air-conditioneJ. and has a ships complement of 124. Mealare served buffet style and are Italian-Swiss cuisine. Kosher food is available on request The -Bilu" will sail from AIbury Terminal on the MacArthur Causeway west of Miami Beach. Cruises are Friday Monday, and Monday-Friday Fach calls at both Nassau and Freeport. Among Freeport attractions are new gambling cas.noShip's facilities include a freeport shoppinv arcade when paf may purchase tax-free -> afine liquors. Sw's watt i %  and perfumes The Bilu" is owned by Somcrfin Pass ng Li les ol Geneva, %  Halevj • .• lirector Sw s Ci a Florid i< -el. and Oi %  Biscaym WEAA OMK "KIW ROUND TRIP TO EUROPE SPECIAL SEA-AIR OFFER BY B!LU & K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines MARCH 29th FROM MIAMI BY SHIP-Take Your Car Free SPAIN FRANCE ITALY & ISRAEL Return K.L.M. from Amsterdam ROUND TRIP $657.10 K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines 308 N.E. 1st STREET Phone 377-0641 OR YOUR TRAVEL AGENT t. A. UNSDCU safes manager HAYDCN WILUAMS cruise director FRAN KOZAK vice pres. of soles Iff PtAfeLMAN reservations mjr. Blvd.. Miami, and at 10 E 40lh SI New Y"!k I'lans fo>a !"milar s'lip. a 20.000-ton ocean i %  III car-carry ing vessel, have been completed. and Someiim aim> ;<> steer its lust CI uise in 1 9G". 'Bilu' to Mark Entry of Cruise Line in This Area The 7.000-ton all new Israeli Qag motor vessel "Bilu. which (Inkhere I>ec. 11 to beg-n a seaMtn ol cruises to Ni.--au and Freeport in the Bahamas, marks first entry into this hemisphere of a fast-growing Swiss-based shipping empire. Scmerfin Passenger Lines. Under the direction ot M. Hal evy. the maritime lirm has grown from a standing start after World War II to steadily emerging strength in the world of maritime passenger and commercial transportation. The "Bilu" is f.r.-t launched of a fleet of car-carrying paste >: v,ssels A iist< t ship, M v Nili, v ,,launcl cd in Be| U %  .'• %  ncr this five months after the "Bilu" pioneered "els travel on M.d;' %  ervice between N": Succi ss of I ••> pro\ ide car carrj marked bj recent -. ilii from Nap!' %  ; I %  i nm All irj i "ii Miami Beach -he % %  with a full loa I of > ai e .:; I a Airstream t-.. rs returning from a roundthe-world >\.i ; Byai i ...van Tbe ahip also will bdog here her capatiiy in European vacaturners. Expected :,i be operating by 1967 is a !.'A0-pas.-eng.T trans atlantic liner which will carry 240 cars at a minimum in season fare with car of $950 The Aurora." a 40.000-ton tanker, maiiae exploratory ships, and an international fishing fleet, are part of the Soinerfin empire On Mediterranean runs, the %  "Bilu" also pioneered budget travel, allowing passengers to travel at a fare independent of meals, and serving meals buffet style at minimum .prices. The buf fet service will continue on the ship's winter cruises but all meals are included in fares which begin at 56*' Somerfin also has off.c Haifa and Til V. .v a-: I rep tatives throughout Europe America; reprei Swiss C'ruis" Lines, with offices at 2650 B M a ni, and lu E. 40ih St-, New York. FA R R "BILU" FARR FARR TOURS RtSMVAVONS £ WORMAIION CALL % 424 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, M.B. 531-5327 ngin... "mi*' 6701 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH 865-7444 %  i • %  • BEST wtmnm M/X 'HIW FOR INFORMATION & RESER\ -"ON: CALL WEST INDIES TRAVEL SERVICE 190 S.E. 3rd ST. FR 9-1706 Welcome tc Miami "BUU" GEORGE KRONEK'GOLD TRAVEL SERVICE fSTABl/SHfD 1924 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH JE 1-0455 BEST WISBIKS Jf/V "tttW FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-1195 • %  Welcome "BILU" American Express Cruise Headquarters FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS CALL Miami Beach 1006 Lincoln Road JE 8-7641 Miami 330 E. Flagler St. FR 7-1611 =d



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?age 8-C k**Mkftorktoun Ftidoy, December 4. 1964 I Joint Affair at Aqudath Israel of Schitt is tlected Max Silver, president of Beth David Congregation, has announced that Phillip Schiff, chairman of Sunday evening, last day ChMUka, a joint celebration of the Men's Club. Sisterhood and its Beth David s Youth Commission, affiliated organizations will hold a and congregation vice president, Chanuka festival at Agudath Ishas been elected vice president of n ceremonies was presided over Mayor Melvin J. Richard. %  iami Beach, and Judge Kenneth Louis A Btmim, Heyman Cleon. ca In addition, the League pre\i,. N Dellerson, Rose Dellerson. nted a preview Of the opera. ,, ,. i s p rcXi .|_ Allen A. Dworkis. Phyllis Frankfurt, Minnie Freystadt, Joseph L. Goodman. H"M Graber, Be~~ Greene, Chuck Hall. Leonore Hauer. Herman Higger, Installed were loinSiegel. Louis Hoherman. Lillian Ke-sler c-ident: Boris M. Graber, Alice Bertha E. King. Dr. Bernard Kwartin and Bertha Webb. Kwartin. Ben Lawson, Joseph W. Mrs. Israel Teitch. a board member of the Academy Women, was chairman of the affair. Working Board. Anti Defamation wjth Mrs Teitch were Mesdames League of B'nai B'rith. was Ml i ton Khrrnreich, Irving Firte!. guest speaker at the Youth and Do nald Kass. Benjamin Kornreich. ISY service and breakfast at j 0 ^ pp h Shapiro and Louis Suss Temple Emanu-El Sunday morn,„„ The 60-voice Hebrew Academy The youth service at 10 am., in Chair is well-known for its perFriedland Chapel, was followformances throughout the corned by breakia.-t and the program, munity. The choir robes will be Mrs. Heiken also addressed the worn for the first time when choir confirmation department assemappears in a performance at the bly at the North Branch Bldg.. Academy's annual scholarship dinSt a-id Dickens Ave. at ner at the Deauville Hotel 12:30 p.m. •';'" 3 oa Directors are Esther Barrett. I living Bill';:. Fannie Broad. Dr i :.( di Lammermoor, by Gaeteno inizetti. in concert form, in coleration with the opera Guild ol eater Miami. Qood JUustc is Gables High In State Record Establishing a state record by nning lor the third consecutive ar. the Coral Cables High Deite Team now takes permanent issession of the trophy aw ardI in the Florida State Student OTARION HEARING AIDS lr 411 MafcM WHILE YOU WAIT loH.r'.l aid Mold, Imperial Hearing; Aid Co. 84 N E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TfRMS TRADES Congress Championship sponsored by Florida State University. Held recently in Tallahassee, the team victory was also marked with individual achieve ments. Be-t speaker in the House of Representatives, as well as presiding officer, was Joel Perwin. Best speaker in the Senate was Dan Schwartz. Also presiding in the House was Stanley Langbein Member delegates of the team, directed and accompanied by Kenneth N. Rosenthal. debate coach, were Wayne Silver. Salvador Perez, Joel Perwin. David Weiss. Stanley Langbein. Jerry Fisher. Harold Stanlty. Dan Schwartz. Vic! Fischer and Jerrv Ca>ale. powerfully influential OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Otto* -••Iflna Irons manufacturer lecturer Chain, Sofas, OMHHt Lasnpe, IvecytrUnf •ar the Office of Dlaflnctteat 0( Sifertay Momh* *•PftVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. Inc. on J Sot/f/iw&sf 3'st Avanue Miami. Florida Tti< phone Highland -l -H??1 SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood cjUusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM IOS.1 MC • 160,000 WATTS u



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Friday. December 4, 1964 *• Jewish Ftw/d/for Page 15-E v &mw*W: Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital holds a membership coffee at the Imperial House apartment of Mrs. Samuel Rost. Shown pouring from her antique silver English Tudor coffee service last week is Mrs. Rost as standing by are Mrs. Harry C. Schwartz, member"! riATEI i % %  << Miiinil, Kl< i '"' %  • i,l |..,,iiii.. r, Al'. i I-: || I.KATHBRMAX. .. I il Till I'l.llll. I M,i.. i 'nunty, Horlda IMI-HII B> lr-NKEDKN ; ii i> i M.-i I. mill i'i'. v> alii & Lltman 12(1 I.I III "In It. i .i.l Miami li." li. Kim Ida Allorne) for I'laiulitf I •_' I -: • Oii Minifies COHEN. 24th II FRIEDMAN. Iliix Avi .1 SIEGF.L. Ml> ron A ... i. d M %  -. \..\ 2!l : i %  .-.1 Xo> J.' Tx, -i NnV. 27. Opti-Mrs. Plans Cocktail Party Cocktail party drinks will celebrate the successful fund-raising affair of the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach. Welcome \o new memberand a toast to a Happy New Year is al'o on the program. The meeting will be held at the Barcelona Hotel on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Murray Sonnett, program chairman of the day. win introduce Mrs. M. Richards, head of public relations for sponsors. .Mrs. Louis Pilzer is president ol the group. of Sill SW Rlvi .-:•!. ColRlvi raldi ,.; -MI I IJ Klvi : -i.l.-. \\ '., i.l. "i ,1 x..\ :m i l.. Rlvt'i o:in NI-: 1.-1 II( l2U n ^.. i, EDWARDS. I'i. William 19in \i: miiii si iii .-. • \ I. il. I.I.I l'll>, -i.l. GOLDINER. M IN. %  -. l\ N. iv III.III. HORODNER. Mrs. I: %  — -\\ -.-.I. \\ %  S. rvlci -II N ('II >. I: ill! LOSE. K. in" %  \ i: "I. s St'ivU-i i W B Conn. i;.i..,-..l.RAFFEL. Sn ii, -:' Si. Ser\ ii. III Chk-ulto. I:.'i.-"' nOKFELO. I. 7-. "I S2il mh Kl Si I \ li-.-I i Ball %  .. Rlvi .NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN II ih .in.I. ridgned, desiring lo engage In buHim — i.ii'l' i the fictitious name i. r.ns • %  UHI.I. VCS :n S13II h. Ml' si i. Miami, Florida Intend to reji ... said II. in..n iili Hi.' "l< i'i; "' l" I'lii-ull ••...in -I Bade County, Mm | | iiYD ill SiilTII MIAMI I.IMI lT.li, INC. II Alfred A li -. IT, -iii. in S I n II%  Sw i VI I III STIR .-.I.KVBXSTE1.N ,.. | ......!-; s.iuili I Limited, li.. GROPPER. llili Avi KR.ENSKV. i ,\\. 'II null. I -.1 Si • N... Uouhloins SURDOTOFF. Mi-. X.-n.i. lleunieins. g 1(] ^ N pv ., s r mi SW i ; -i-.l.-n. 71" .1, IT. ili, nli n i: i'i Seen in Knoxville. Tenn.. a' the recent convention of the Southeast Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the Southeast Council oi Union of American Hebrew Congregations are Mrs. Morris E. Greene and Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, of Temple Israel Sisterhood, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cherkas, of Temple Beth Am. congratulating Marion Ross, of St. Petersburg, newlyeiected president of the Southeast Council (far lef). *" 1 Chicago Club Meeting Over 300 members and friends I ii .. ( ],,, igo Club gathered at tl Deauville Hotel on Sunday for annual party. Extend, tii ven Samuel Perl I pres li nt, il" w a rd I, and Harry C. u-EI Will Honor Leaders At Services Temple Emanu-El will honor ^.i two of its most active than n 1613 VII n Rd.. has announc,,„ Saturday at Sabbath services, ons to single events an( j : ,, a tribute luncheon follow;,n • sold, but that there ing ;lt the DiLido Hotel. r main balcony locations for the six-event series. American Ballet Theater Sunday hth annual membership sub.. series of the Commu M iii pre i ni Ballet 1 %  ium. %  rhi i La Landet %  by Herman Loven im unitj Concert Associi United Notional Names Payne •Inhn H. Payne Jr.. who last week assumed his duties as a director and executive vice president of the Miami Beach First .National Bank, has also been named to the Board of Directors of the new United National Bank, according to Frank Sin ithers Jr., president of both banks. United National, downtown Miami's first new bank In ii years, opened recently with a record cap italization oi S3 million, Musician MarLs 26rh Anniversary Children Will Be Beneficiaries Breathless children will be benefactors of the Breath of Lite Chapter's annual fashion show and luncheon, to be held at Kings Bay YacSrt Club on Tuesday at 11:30 a m.. announces Mrs. Marvin Sok. president. Members will model a collection 1 I Cole of California Fashions. Guests Of the chapter will be Mrs. Russell Moranor and daughti i Denise, who just returned home to her family from the Denver Home. oscar Mamber and Irving Schatz,,.,.-,, will be cited "for their dented service to the Temple for a combined total of over 26 years." Schatzman has served as cnairman of the Ushers Committee for over 16 years. "He has become an instrtotion within the Temple," Joseph M. Lipton, president, said, "and we gratefelly acknowledge his constant and untiring service to EmanuAci in ii list -i ihnny I and weddii in the Flori a m a s i c le iiinv-d to the ire i in 19 ter tour." midwest and east vith various well k n .i w ii orchesGourmet Buffet Slated Nightly "Everything is all set for our dining room premiere Dec. 10, reports Marty Berger, owner Ol the Old Forge, 432 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Featured will be a nightly Gourmet Buffet served from five to ID. There will also be an a la carte menu available, and steaks will he served until 5 a.m. Jack l.ebu will continue as pianist in the Old Forge lounge. Hostess at the door will be Dorothy Maurice who will be greeting the numerous friends she has made throughout the yearwhen, with husband Rl Iph. the Maurices op• >d a %  eak house on Collins nii Forge head chef ;.. ch rle Husbands, who was aswell-known GourM i ters .;., i r : in H illywood, and : S l LEGAL NOTICE AL CiRC. FloriD-\ IN AND COR n-. COUNTY. IN CHANCE.RV Ml NOT I CM UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW X. Tl "K IS HKUKUY Ul\ BN I Hi iiii.l. : -l-lii. il, I|I I'll ln lo i li-.i,. :.. H.~ Illicit Ililt fll III % % % %  I'AN AVII IN P I'AM I" I'llMI'AM i'i, ... -: %  t| iml I %  • •• : '. I''-' I nun ..... ill I',.lirl ..!' I •. 1'iiUlll I HARRY HKICHKXTHAL. i >w h. i 12 1-11-1IN COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N i. C0J93-A I'.l-:. KSTATK I '!•" ICI I 'II i .. DSCHlll NOTICC OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICA; ION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \-i iTH'K lei-i-lij Riven thul I have filed II ii nal repwrl nntl i>. .... I'i ii.. I h ,-,.,.. oi in -IMILI'II l i.i.l' scilfll .1.. iiit: nnd Hint •"< %  '•• .ih ihn ••'' .lunuiiiy, ll6"> will ai'ljlj i<; .,„. „,.,„,,-,,, i. W 1. HI.ANTON r, .iiniv Judsi "I i'. ni' County. Fioi l,l Hl I..,H|>|oval "1 wild tlnul n in .. ,. % %  .. n,.,i dii ...ii'-' .iI -'•' of (he BHIJII l:i l" M KEI-IS'lllll. ileeeaed. i-i,.::iii il f Sovemlii i. r."'iSAMII-:'. :• i:i.i'sriirii HKNRY SORTON HKXRY NIII; I'oN • iiX '"'""' IS 1-ll.lK-SS \ KAN1S, ORDER TO APPEAR Vif JOYC M. K Virginia, %  %  ras. lie organ,, ,,. i io ized his 0 W n orchestra as an 18 year-old and the Congress Hotel MASJtRS appeared at in Chicago. In recent years. Masters and his orchestra have concentrated on supplying music for many social, civic and club functions in C.reatiMiami. They also play at many conventions on Miami Beach and lor business and corporate affairs in the area. — ST. the Complaint for divorce on Ptaln:;,'>,;,,;:, liEfr. Miami. "•>:'-. "tf tl l ii„ original in the """• %  "' '" ,'1,-iU of the <•!:•-uii Court, on 01 before (he llth On) of Jn"U" r >. 1 '', : i„-, ,-.., Pro Confesao will be i nti red asalnix you. Hated i .. .-im-r -. j ;•;• Ip.. NKATHBRMAN ,-i, rk Circuit Court ,., ,f| .-. v. r. C.IIKI.ANH l>. uuty i'l>-rk IS i-u-i----. • Mr Mamber. Aliyah chairman," and parties Lipton continued, 'has served — with selfless dedication in his poGalaxy of Sfars -ition for a period of ten years. and we are deeply grateful tor his continued devotion to our Temple." On Sunday, Dec. 13. 8 p.m., the North Miami Beacb Auditorium Temple Sinai Sisterhood will NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Niillil-. IS lil.UKI'.Y OIVtiN Ih. uii.i. .-leu. -I. desiring to n l IUK lni -under the flcjlt "{"'' "' VMKKICAS ISMl'RASCB PR EMU M r,s \\I-I: fi. AN at I' ox 11... i %  ;t.Ilit1 Inn IL ito I ,,.,,, ttlth (1 %  Clerk of III at .,.. ,,nnt) i : i H \It VNCE VOENC^ IVf |." .. i -..i p. Mrs. Robert Puristh is in charge theon are being accepted charlotte Se.gar. of reservations. Temple otlice. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65063-B IN It K v \\ \ H\\ VRTZM \N .i I, i \N\.-\ II Si-IIW ARTZMAX. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T>. All %  %  i : \ ... IXXA • % %  %  '. v n vvi • in-: IN Ai tl lh la, |)eei mbei :'" ; i :\.; I-VI-I.N I AU Ol PI< EH Vttorne) for Kxei utor I-1. Hits 2i ..'. Miami Beach, rla 12 l-ll-l' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58277-A IN RE: Estate of r.rssn-: KI.KIX i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE AND FINAL D.SCHARGE NOTICE ihereby s'ven thai I have filed m> Kln.il Reporl and Pi ,HIon foi %  Ion .uni i'i. .ni D %  charge %  E.vii utor of the i state ol lleaiile I :ikln, and thai on (he JL'II. I da) l I %  i inher, l4, ill ,, :] ,]s to the Hoi urable I 'mint) JudRi ,j i ,„,i, i ,.uni; iorlda. for appi o\ ;.i ., .., ,i ... and for .lisii-ii .iilial -. -IEJlec,f th> en (he abovi -naaii d li VRUV /.CKERXK'K Xel'lltor HARRY '/.KKKM.-K Vttol Miami i %  .. i, Kl >i Ida H 4-1I.1S-S5 II -' % %  lI"" '



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December 4, 1964 +JenUt nrrlrffnn Page 1 IB J* \ R'.vkind Andrew Guterman Gory Schweitzer Laurence Saffer Gary Hackear Bernard Ellison f^ar ^THitzvali O \'\ Rackear Rabbi Sol La i) dau, of bid. O and Cantor William on will officiate at services Urday morning. Doc. 5. at %  vid Synagogue when Gary 1 son ot Mr. and Mrs. .lack |r. 13725 SW 74th Ct, will rMitzvah attends eighth grade in to Junior High, where he the French horn in the band. Mis hobbies include rving, sculpture, and work cr. nt for the occasion will be .Mrs. P Begun, Gary's grandparents, of Los and Mr and Mrs. II. grandparents, ot Miami Kiddush following the services will I be hosted by the parents. Gary is a:i eighth grade student j it Slvnandoah Junior High. Andrew Guterman Andrew, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold LeRoy Guterman, nio N\v 17aIier and Ml. '• % %  ) Mrs. Julius Rosenberg. 1'arents of the Bar Mitzvah will honor him at the Kiddush following the ceremony and at a reception Sunday evening at the Fontaine bleau Hotel. Alan Jacobson Temple Nor Tamid was the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Alan Jacobson during services conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovlta on Saturday morning. Nov. 28. Alan is a student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple's Religious School. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jacobson. 811 86th St.. tendered a reception in their son's honor. Betty Yanowitx On Friday evening, Nov. 27. during services conducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky at the Israelite Center. Betty Vanowitz was P Mitzvah. Betty is a member of the Student Board ;:t POTfce Junior High and plays the accordion. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Vanowit/. will honor their daughter at the Oneg Shabbat following the service. %  Paula Zuckerman Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : Albert Zuckerman. 17120 NE 11th Ct.. will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation on Friday evening, Dec. 4. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ot ficiate and present Paula with a Bible on behalt of the Mollie Kahancr Sisterhood. Paula is i member of the preconfirmation class at Beth Tor ah Religious School. Noted Zionist To be Speaker Bernard Ellison Daniel M. Low y will ofthe Bar Mitzvah of Berttph. sou of Mr. and Mrs. |llison. during services Sat Dining. Dec. 5. at Temple is a ninth grade student Miami Junior High [He has attended Temple Igious School tor the past rs. • Mark Rivkind % %  aan ot Mr. and Mrs. I.eonRIvTrtnd. H80 Nautilus Dr., be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday Bing, Dec 5. at Temple Beth with Rabbi Leon Kronisli ng is a • Indent of the Beth • Confirmation Class of 5726. i JGfli" Schweitzer ^ %  ou i Mr and Mrs I ar. I 0 SW 35th Ave will %  tzvah on Saturday mornf>. at T< mple Zamora. ; i I Brooks and Can )ickson will officiate. A Jacob C. Fishman, chairman ol Ihe Weekly Zionist Luncheon Club sponsored by the Miami Beach Uis trict of the Zionist Organization of America, has announced that Dr. i Morton J. Bobbins, noted physi' cian and Zionist leader, of Nashua,: N. II.. will be guest speaker at the next meeting ol the club on Wed-j Inesday, 12:15 p.m., at the Rite I Plaza Hotel. Dr. Robbins. who is a member • of the World Zionist Actions Conij mittee. will soon depart for the 2(ith World Zionist Congress to start in Jerusalem at the end of December. One of the founders and honor ary president of the American Physician's Fellowship Committee oi the Israel Medical Association, he is also the founder and president of Camp Young Judaea ol .New Hampshire and honorary president of the New England Zionist Region. Dr. Robbins will discuss "Problems Facing the 26th World Zionist Congress.'' The Luncheon Club, which is open to the public, will also hear a news report from Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Intertainment featuring ^rf SHOWS, DANCING V NIGHTLY/ %  AVID ROSNER-S %  IVWf: HOTEL rooi (AlANtS and tioncd & heated fcfary L.iws Strictly Observed IREET.V.-RADIO IN EACH ROOM |n the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach I for Information UN 6-8831 TNI RABBINICAL SUPERVISION IMASHCIACH ON PREMISES No doubt about whose "fair lady" ?he is as Binqo Brandt, owner of the Lincoln Theatre, points to his attractve wile, Ruth, at the qala premiere of "My Fair Lady." The S17 million Warner Brothers spectacular is predicted *o break all known records locally, and is currently playinq to daily and nightly capacity audiences. THE GEETER'S NEVW DECORATED [ORAL REEF HOTEL THE OtEAN AT 3r.tr. STREET ITARY fr SABBA |tiy Obs LAWS 1 C/* ""J 1 >"' p* ,son BATH Y|l le cc ise.vfd I W Now to Dec. 20 HAL RATES FOR {ENDED STAYS Jooms ill w th privatt |t.ii'i and shower Call Mr GEFTER Vfi\ BEACH: 532-9749 < < < < < i < < < < 4 i < < MUMI BEACH SO fir 20 • Ian. 22 ** ?0 ol 105 rooms! OTHtR RATES AVAIUBIE Golf Ridge Villas Now Renting Condominium apartments at Goll Ridge Villas. NW 207th St. and MY 7th Ave.. are a major attraction lor Dade County apartment-seek ers. Golf Ridge Villas was built by Robert Murphy, contractor of Hollywood 'l'h• %  first of five building now ready fur immediate 0CCUpi ncy, according to Kit Carson, i lie ol the principals in the multimillion dollar, 80-unit complex, The building is a two-story colonial design containing to one and two-bedroom apartments and erlook a goll course. Each ol the living quarters features a pri vate. screened patio fronting on the course. Officers of the corporation are Carson, president, and Vincent R. Nee, vice president, who declared that "when you become a Golf Ridge Villas resident, your family receives one year's free country club membership, with ail privileges, including unlimited free green fees on the 18hole championship golf course." Both are major investors in the North Dade Country Club. Apartments range in price from 59.950 to $12,000. Price includes individually-controlled central heal I air-conditioning, eye-level Hotpoint range and oven and lilt. double door refrigerator, garbage disposal, double compartment kitchen sink. 30-gallon hot water beater, carpeting, luminous ceiling in kitchens and baths, plus the oneyear country club golf membership.— S.T. KOSHER AIEAIS JNUUDED r" • Chaise lounges • 21" TV R • Free Self Parking • Entertainment I Wiener Roasts • Movies • Games Nightly I • Orange Juice Daily • Many Other Eeaturet Services Daily. Full Time Mashgiach On Premises. Salt Sugar Free Diets. No Extra Charge For Steaks Chops Roasts. Poolside Snack Bar. J R C0ND. (Ind. -W^J!J2^li". 12ZL* Southgate Hadassah Southgate Hadassah Group held a Chanuka party on Monday evening With Mr. and Mrs. liaruch Slegel conducting the candlelighting ceremony. Mrs. Joseph Rosen berg is president of the group. fcoledol SPANISH MSTAUtANT I 204 BISCAYNE BLVD. 374-1752 SUPERB SPANISH CUISINE CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT OPEN FROM NOON 'TIL 5 A.M. LUNCH From DINNER From $125 $275 r son 5 Ilfsr.ll.VK TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALIROOM 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 ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT I 731 Washington Ave. 5S E 8 5401 I Elegant Catering for Bar Mitxvohs, Weddings, and oil Social functions Continental nos Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR M1TZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue /Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GO IDO \ and MINT KOSHER CATERERS from hors d'o*uvres to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami —Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Sa'ra. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS *VW3 -VU3 and CATERERS 940-71st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs %  & Social Functions 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JEI-3B87 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH "Restaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. OUR DINING ROOM NOW OPEN fOR THE 21st SEASON UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT FINEST KOSHER FOOD ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE Reservations: Phone JE 1-7381 STAR S RESTAURANT DAIRY & FiSH Efft IMS BRANB REOPENMNG • SUNDAY, DEC. Mi, 1 PM FEATURING ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEL 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE same managemenl Ph. 531-9182 AMPLE PARKING TAKE OUT ORDERS



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FridayDecember 4, 1964 *Jewisli FhrkfiaHJ Paqe 5-C Se-nio: USY at Temple Beth £holem of Holly\\xde (left to right) Bennett Cohn, pres3,adys Malavsky, vice president; Rabbi Morton Malavsky, installing officer; Linda Blitz, vice president; Marilyn Mars, corresponding secretary; Harold J. Goldstein, youth director; Irene Malavsky, recording secretary; and Aaron Salomon, treasuier. Junta USY at Temple Be'h Sholem of Hollywooc ..-.elude (left to right) Steven Sternberq, vice ;:esident; Peter Hockman, president; Linda Secall, chaplain. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. insiai.ng officer; Edith Shaniro, corresponding secretary; Judy Malavs.ky, recording secretary; Harold J. Goldstein, youth director; Jay Winer, vice president; Leonard Schectman. 'reasurer. B'nai B'rith Hears Joftes Tuesday at Bayfront Audit. Saul v. Jctftes was '.mest speaker at a B'nai H'rith meeting Tuesday nteMt sponsored by the B'nai R'rith Council of South Florida Lodges. The meeting, to which the pubwas invited, took place at Miami's Ba.vfront Park .Municipal Auditorium at 8 p.m. Joftes. secretary general of the Fi'nai B'rith International Council, reported on B'nai B'rith activities in Hie 43 countries where the organization is active outside of the United States. Joftes attended the Nurembers trials as an observer lor B'nai B'rith and tor four years was director of the B'nai B'rith European office in Paris. Transferred to Santiago. Chile, lie helped establish B'nai B'rith chapters in many South American countries. In addition to being director general of the B'nai B'rith office of International Affairs in Washington, he is also director of activities at the United Nations, where B'nai B'rith has consultative status as a non-government organization with the UN Economic and Social Council. Eli Ilurwitz is president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Fiorina Lodge-. SAUL £. ion It Beth Sholom Nursery Party Temple Beth Sholom Nursery School celebrated Thanksgiving at ? party on last Wednesday morning. The holiday fare was prepared by the students in their c.v. n kitchen from their own recipe-. Assisting was a committee of mothers headed by Mrs. Allan Wilson, with Mrs. William Binder, Mrs. Arthur Kline. Mrs. Clifford Perlman, Mrs. Walter Sail and Mrs. Robert Schwedell. Head of the Nursery School staff is Mrs. Tobias Simon, and spiritual leader of Beth Sholom is Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miamians in Key Roles for Award even Greater Miami communi-;,iers have assumed key Hes in i. nationwide program in behalf (f the Hebrew University Jerusalem. They are initiators of the National Scopus Award Committee of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, :• was announced by Samuel Roth-' I'eona. III., national The '•' ami leaders in this effort I D. Ansin. Rabbi Leon |KIOIIIV Rabby Irving Lehrman. I Stanley (.. Myers. Max Orovitz, Lack S "• .pick. Jacob Rifkin. Mrs. %  Otda I Rubin, Louis B. Rudnick, llerbei" S Shapiro and Dr. Jos|eph M %  •. tidberg. The puS' Award, the highest Ihonor thai can be conferred by the AmeriCi Friends of the Hebrew University, was presented to Or. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive | dent of the Israel Bond tion, on Tuesday evenin?. D 1. at the Waldorf Astoria [Hotel ,< •. York City. I" — OVER-LOOKING OCEAN AND BEACt* 'at ILLINOIS AVENUE, ATLANTIC CITf. N.I. Our guests return year after year for many reasons — SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned Rooms— Guest Entertainment ProgramLovely Lobbies — Cafe Madison-Res* t aui ant PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUM DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our room* hav Ocean View—Many have TV. Few have air conditioning — they don't need it. Location it the Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Amusement and Shopping Area. Use The Madison Beach Chairs. OCEAN VIE W }7 r ff r two '' e '" n /. B d 4/j For Menus, Color Folder, | Kooms $*l fJ H / %  M / Dtuolt Write* the Madison a s low a s Inwon / "• / ••••••, CAIU (609) 344-8191 •• # Htft stH.Y.PMMt WO 6-06W t Cil>.W. Slilisf fltu Heading preparations for the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Chanuka Festival Dinner were Murray Shaw, president, and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz .honorary chairman of the event which *ook place Sunday evening, Nov. 29, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seaboard Expects Record Volume SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS! PAO now offer* you a special low fare of $49 for S/S Florida 3 and 4 day cruises to Nassau Fifty of 200 first-class staterooms reserved for you on each cruise Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and leisure aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S S Florida PHONE OR WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS NOW.' GALA CRUISES ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED & GEAWAY FROM IT ALL |"-!• followed by the clock' L %  :c ly in o Hate of shock' %  %  cares into the seas. s %  i.'self amid tha trees. jj'9 •:- fishing all day lona. "eva e" -,ght with wine ond sona 1 :iSE? You can be sure. Pr| ; -,n B fo, ,he epicure. *ctc^ [Motions' The very best "not charm for you to rest. ""•'• i -hi, place whereof we boost' • %  outes from the U. S. coast. *" '> <-c colled Bahama land Aiwa, -e'ers, clear sky and sand. *"* -n a King ... and be free, ^ !" K.-k to the B, 9 Came Club in AHCHORS AWEIGH MOT El 3>M>NI BIG GAME a|f | nVIEl FISHING CLUB fc Seaboard Railroad's streamliners, the Silver Meteor and Silver Star, are expected to bring another record volume of vactioners to Florida this winter, according to W. J. Ficht, general passenger agent of Seaboard in Miami. "These fine trains will also carry many to the north during the coining months." he said. "The new theatrical season in New York promises to be an exceptional one. and doubtless many Floridians will want to see the musicals and dramas slated tor production this winter. "More and more people are turning to the comfort and convenience of rail travel," said Ficht. "Our patrons know thar regardless of weather conditions —sr.ow, sleet, freeiing rain— they are assured of safe, dependable transportation. On a modern Seaboard streamliner, relaxation and peace of mind add to the pleasure and benefit of any vacation or business trip." Ficht stated that the Silver Me teor and silver Star will offer an exclusive choice of morning and afternoon departures from and to Cities on both coasts of Florida. effective northbound Dec. 18. Both trains will carry through Pullman and reserved-seat coach equipment between Miami, St. Petersburg and Washington, Philadelphia and New York. "Our streamliners will retain all their outstanding equipment and service features for which Seaboard is noted." he said. "These include spacious lounges for all passengers, complete dining car service at modest prices. Seaboard's exclusive afternoon 'hospitality hour' when all on board are invited to the diner for complimentary coffee and Florida orange juice, the services of a registered nurse and a passanger service agent. "There i^ increasing demand for the larger types of Pullman private rooms such as bedrooms and bedroom suites on our streamliners, and we are now receiving many requests for such space during the winter months." Bay Chapter Meeting Bay Chapter, Women's American' ORT. will have a regular meeting; and luncheon on Tuesday. 11:30, am at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Cards will follow. Mrs, Paul Wil-j | son is president. S/S FLORIDA *v MIAMI NASSAU i 7 TO SPECIAL FARE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS (Minimum Acjes Men 65. Women 62 LOW CRUISE FARE INCLUDES: \Q %  Ail meals—including festive ^ Captain's Dinner!"Full enter|jjl tainment program—Cruise I Director, floor shows, movies, 1 % %  games and prizes, calypso band! ? *• %  Captain's Cocktail Party! 1 a %  Continental breakfast! $ %  Midnight snacks! %  Duty-free em shopping on board! / W StUr IS YOU* FLOATINC HOTEL... docks it famous Bay Strait L. m downtown Maooai ATTENTION BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS! Frne charte'ed bus ttrviCf from Ft. ta.,derda!e and Hollywood to shipsid* Miami and return See you: local travel ager.t for full particulars and rese-vations. or ?*0 STEAMSHIP CO. Pier No 2. Biscayne Blvd i ioth St. Miami, Florida 33101 • FR 9 3836 Member of the distinguished Flagler System Downtown Office: 7M S E. t\t Jfreet



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Friday, December 4, 1964 +Jt*isf Meridian Page 3-: Travel Agents to Join Civic Officials For Overnight Round Trips to Freeport BEST WISHES "MilTRANS-AIR SYSTEMS INC. TRAVEL DEPT. 128 Hialeah Drive Ph. 887-7466 Hall a loaf is better than none, but even at one day out "I two for relaxing on a cruise, the prospeel is agrei able. li will be loafing .ill Ihe way for -nine 500 Florida and southern travel agents who will join local civic officials for overnight round trips in Freeport, Grand B a h a in a Island, immediately prior to regular winter cruises for the all-new Israel flag motor vessel "Bilu.' Half the agents will make each trip, leaving Albury Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, just wesl of Miami Beach Dec. 12 and 13. Each cruise will be overnight with aboul eight hours ashore in Freeport prior to return to Miami Beach 8 a m the nexl morning, Departure Saturday "ill be 11 a.m. Departure for the second ol the preview cruises will be 1 p. m Regular cruises of the 7.000-ton iner begin Monday. Dec. 11. for three and four 'lays to both NaS sau and l'ii %  port starting at $89. Innovation of 'he pr e\ cruises to be followed all winter will be trai inortat'on o< % % % %  • <*•' ger automobiles. The "Bilu" is designed so passengers can drive right on board from the dock. Gift-giveis who can'f resist a bargain will have an unusual opportunity io express themselves fully when the "Bilu'' arrives in Miami Beach At a cost probably no more than purchase of git's ashore, passengers v'lll be able to go on board the maiden voyages of the ship — for lour days to Nassau and Freeport on Dec. 14. and three days to both ports Dec. 18 — and come off laden with gills. The Geneva Deck of the "Bilu features a duty-free gift shop stocked fully with a wide variety of luxury items all at bar) Bin prices, tree el excise taxes. Some ol ihe gilt items include opera and field glasses. Parisia perfumes, ii-iported cameras ai related equipment, cuckoo clock Swiss watches, electric appl ances, travel irons, transistor r dios and olher equipment, and ; ass irtment ol children's gifts, i eluding toys electrical toys, do) %  a 'l lames, Two Can Cross Cheaply as One Two can cross the Atlantic for the price of one — if one happens to be a car going to Europe. The motcr vessel •Bilu'" of Swiss Cruise Lines leaves Miami Beach on Mar. 29 on her eastbound voyage to resume spring and summer schedules on the Mediterranean. one waj rare to Nice v % %  < Mgeclras starts at S180. Fare doenot include meals on Continued on Page 4-C Hairdressinq Salon and Baibershop. You and the Excitement of the all new-ribilu INAUGURAL SEASON OF 4 AND 3-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISES TO BOTH NASSAU AND FREEPORT FROM $69.00 M V Bilu features some of these outstandinq features: Top is Ihe brand new Israel ship's readinq room. Second from top s the Tivoli Niqht Club. Below can be teen the Rendezvous Club, and bottom is a view of closed circuit television in all oublic rooms of the vessel. WELCOME "BSSU" FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS SHAW TRAVEL SERVICE 245 S.E. FIRST STREET Miami Call FR 4-2604 The Newest Ship Leaving from Florida (launched 1964) Loaves from Causeway Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, Miami Beach EVERY CABIN PRIVATE SHOWER AND TOILET ... 100% Air Conditioned Continental Cuisine ... European Personnel... Fully Stabilized ... Take Your Auto Aboard Free ... Swimming Pool ... No Charge Deck Chairs ... Closed Circuit T.V.... Duty Free Shopping Arcade. Lvs. Mon. and Fri. See your Travel Agent or SWISS CRUISE LINES 2650 Btscayne Boulevard Miami, Fla. Tel. 377-2077 Cl S HIMISfUHIIYIS 01 SOMItFK fUSIHH UMJ f^imv/bilu



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Friday. Dec ember 4. 1964 • /TH /#> fkirtdUBui Page 15-A Sidney Ansin Named Ambassador '$ Bal! Chairman for Dec. 26 Event SIDNtY ANSIN Beth Moshe Has [New Rabbi Dethc Moshe Congregation an-' ponces the election of Rabbi Rich,rd M. Marcovitz to serve as spir:...! leader. Rabbi Marcovitl is a native ol elphia, where he was eduled He received his Bachelor's from the University of Ivania. majoring in socialad religious thought. He also matriculated at the Gralz Collage of Philadelphia, DM oldest Hebrew Teacher's Training College in the country, where he received a teacher's dip'orna. i Marcovitz holds a Mas degree in Hebrew literature le Jewish Theological Scmiol America, where he was so rdjined. I Marcovitz has served conons in Winston-Salem -and die. N. ('.; Valdosta. Ga.; i in. New York; and BloomsPa. Hi lectured at Finch College in '. % %  .. York City and has been active .!' various phases of interfaith acMerle Michaels, president ol Beth Moshe. said that "we look forward to a period of dynamic growth and activity in our congreunder the guidance of our A rabbi.'" Sidnej n. Ansin has been named ts win man of the Committee ti Patrons for the Ambassador's Ball to take place Saturday evening, Dec. 2C. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. it will be 11 this occasion that Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, wellknown educator and civic leader, vill receive the Eleanor Roosevelt-lsnul Humanitarian Award in recognition of "a lifetime of devoted service in behalf of her community, her country and her fellow man in the cherished tradition of Eleanor Roosevelt and the proud heritage of the people of Israel." Serving with An-in on the ComI mittee of Patrons will be leading citizens from all areas of community life. Ansin takes on the role of chairman fresh from the victorious completion of the United Fund drive which he led as Sunbeam Television Corp.. ch. 7. \ lin nine supporter in the struggle lor an independent isi el, Ansin was a member of the first organizing council lor the Greater Miami Israel Bond effort m 1951, and served as the first Israel Bond synagogue chairman in Greater Miami. Last year, he was honored tor his outstanding role in furthering the growth of Israel at the Temple Beth ShOlomIsrael Dinner of State. The Ambassador's Ball is held annually under the patronage of the Anibas-.-rior of Israel and the Governor ol Florida and is sponsored by the (irentcr Miami Israel 1 Bond Organization. Ansin is a member of an old New England family, and a native of Lynn, Mass. He and his late father, Abraham, founded the Ansin Shoe Manufacturing business in 1925. By the lime he and his wife. Sophie, and two sons, Edmund and Ronald, moved their residence to Florida in the early 4u's, they had plants in a number of cities in Massachusetts and in New York. With son Ronald managing the Anwelt Shoe Manufacturing Companv in Fitchburg. N. Y.. the ma Ansin activities have been c< tered in Florida for more th l twenty \ears. In accepting the chairmansh Of the Committee of Patrons, A • sin said. "It is entirely appro ate that the Ambassador's Ba which brings together the dip mats of many nations in a tok> of friendship with Israel, h %  been designated as the occa-i toi the presentation of the Flean Roosevelt I > r a e 1 Humanitari Award to Anna Brenner Meyer •The late Eleanor Roosevelt I longed to all nations in spirit, an our own Anna Brenner Meyers h reflected this great humanitari | outlook in her own activities chairman. Prominent in numerous areas of business, civic and philanthropic activity. 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rage 6-C • Jenisfi rkridHnr Friday, December 4, Among guests at the Variety Women's Committee benefit luncheon at the Fontainebleau -lotel are seated (left to right; Joseph Wallach, -ee Weinberg, Shay Foremen, and Jack Bell. Standing are Charles R. Jacobson, Tracy Hare, Chief Barker of Variety, Irving Mischner, William T. Krulak II. Ralph Rer.ick. and Edward Newman. The "stag table" was cited by Variety's women for their cooperation and aid to Variety Children's Hospital. Southern Issues To be Raised At AJC Confab Col. Nathan B. Rood. Miami i lairman of the Southern Region\ Conference of the American Jewish Committee, reported Wed" resdav that the conference will :ing together Jewish leadership J om the Southeast, Southwest and Lie State of Florida. The meet-! IL'S will be held in the Fontaine %  ouu Hotel from Dec. 3 to 4 and ill be followed by the National 1 vecutive Board meeting Dec. 4 1 6. Col. Rood, a former president of ie Greater Miami Chapter. AJC. id now a member of its Execu1 ve Board, is well-known in the < immunity tor his active interest > the field of research, education nd vocational service. He will be --isted by Alvin Cassel and Melyn B. Frumkes, of Miami: P. N t oleman. Jacksonville: Mrs. Leon ttinger, Orlando; Ben Salter, } i oily wood; and David Sonneborn, irasota. "The Southern Regional Conerence is the result of many equests from AJC leaders for a probing discussion of intergroup problems which transcend -egional lines but have a particular relevance and impact in the South." Col. Rood declared. A special session for Floridiant will be devoted to an examination of a recently-completed community relations survey. AJC members attending the conference are also invited to participate in the National Executive Board meeting usually limited to members of the Executive Board and Board of Governors. Highlight of these twin events will l>e the banquet Saturday. Dec. 5. in the West Ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Addresses by LeRoy Collins and Morris B. Abram, president of the American Jewish Committee, will follow a special award to Max Orovitz for %  distinguished service in advancing the cause ol human relations. James K. Katzman, chairman of the Florida Planning Committee lor the National Executive Board meeting, and a large number of local members will act as aides. hosts and recorders for the sessions. Out-of-town guests have been invited to members' homes I for dinner Friday evening, and the chapter "ill tender a reception following the banquet Saturday night. The Greater Miami Chapter. with more than 1.000 members, is headed by Mrs Charles H. Finkelstein. Two Youths Get Merit Awards Two young people of the Greater Miami Jewish community, who •jre leader* in the Dade Youth Council, have received merit awards fro"i the Dairy Council of South Florida. They are Anita Samet 17. daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Seymour Samet. 444 Daroco Ave., Coral Gables, and Scott Barnett 17. son of Mr and Mrs. Paul Barnett, 611 NE 52m\ Ter. Miss Samet is second vice pres ident of the Southeast Federation ot Temple Youth, vice president of the Temple Youth group ol Miami and a member of National Honor Society at Coral Gables Senior High School. Barnett is president of Dade Youth Council, a project of the Welfare Planning Council. He i| a member of Student Council and business manager of the yearbook : at Edison High School. He is a member of Temple Israel and president o( the Florida Sub-region Rabbi Shapiro Cited by Women Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah selected Rabbi David Shapiro as the chapter's first recipient of the Abba Award. The award. 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Friday, December 4. 1964 *Jtf nisi? FkrSdKain Paqe 9< Auto Executive Proud of Achievement Of English Relative With Israel Program Lple ludea, of Coral Gables, prepares to build a new ucture facinq Dixie Hwy. between Granada Blvd. and anus St. The land, purchased fr^m the University of Miami, as deeded to the Temple in official ceremonies held this Eek in the offices of Dr. Henry Kinq Stanford, university tsident (eated). Par'icipatinq in the siqninq ceremonies Ere (left to riqht) Rabbi Morris A. Kipper; Euqene E. Cohen, V e president and treasurer of the university; Al Jacobson; feeph Krefetz, president of the Temple; Victor Reiter, chairan oi the Buildinq Committee; and Oscar E. Dooly, chaircn of the Board of Trustees of the university. Reiter an•unced that the new Temple will be desiqned by noted archiV\ Morris Lapidus. \ Miami auto executive makes it inbsuiuess to go to England once •> year in order to visit his '.. mil) and friends. In turn, bis Bgglfcdl basts aU<> come i" the U.S. once a year to visit with him. lie iSid Moses, of Pershing Am.i Leasing, 1132 15th St., Miami Beach. "I am most proud of one of my UN Association Plans Convention Annual state convention of UnAmerican Association for the United Nations will take place in Palm Heach on Dec 1 and 5 with Halm lieach Toweras convention headquarters. Next meeting is Monday, Dec. 1-1, 8 p.m.. at Chase Federal Hospitality Room, 425 Arthur Godfrey Hd. Ed Seney, managing editor Of the .Miami Beach Sun, will -peak. NijjBwfy ogaB Cedars Reveals New Endowments A number of endowments to underwrite the costs of patient rooms at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital were announced this week by hospital President Harry L. Lewis. Recent donors include Henry Stcrnlieb. Of the Henry Lee Company. Hialeah; Michael Jerome, of kitchencraft; Nat Zalka, poultr> and egg distributors; and Eli |' Einbindcr. of Cort Packing Company. arton Pallot, winner of the Presidents Leadership Award as uts*.andinq younq leader of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is shown with Mrs. Pallot (center) and Louis Stern Wright), president of the Council of Jewish Federations and WelFunds. Pallot received his award at the 33rd General ^mbly of the CJFWF attended by 1,000 Jewish leaders from I parts of the Uni'.ed States and Canada, and took place in ILouis from Nov. 12 to 15. Pallot is a member of the Fedpon Executive Committee, chairman of Federation's Bud[Study Committee, and co-chairman of the Manufacturing Transportation Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. iding Miamians imed to Hias le Miamians were appointed |e National Council of United Service last week-, it was lunced by Murray J. Gurfein, %  dent. |mcd were William Agranove, Faske, Mrs. Inez Krensky. ph Lipt'on, and Mrs. Sidney Flamingo Chapter Coffee B'nai Br.th Women. Flamingo Chapter, will hold a membership I coffee at the home of Mrs. Jane I Robinson on Monday. Dec. 7. A program on the aims and purposes :of B'nai B'rith will be presented. Mrs. Harry Epstein is membership chairman. [ring the past eight decades, ^d Hias Service and its prelessor agencies have rescued than 3.000.000 Jewish men. Ben and children and resettled in free western countries [jgh the cooperation of local ,sh community agencies, juted Hias Service is a beneIry oi the Greater Miami JewFederation. Beth Am Young Singles On Thursday evening the Young j Singles Group of Temple Beth Am I : met for an evening of entertain-, ment. The group is geared to young i men and women between the ages o f 25 and 40, and Temple affiliation is not required. Miss Myna Myers is chairman. Temple Students Mark Chanuka At Beth Sholom On Saturday morning, junior high students of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School gathered in the Silverman Assembly Hall of the Temple to observe the festival of Chanuka. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. presided. Students representing each grade level presented a "Chanuka Dialogue" written by Dorothy Ross, author of children's poems and plays. L Background music and songs 1 were furnished by the Junior High Choir under the direction of Cantor David Conviscr. A newly-released film on the Jews in the Soviet Union, "The i Price of Silence,"' was shown. This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors^ relatives," Moses declared here, following his recent trip abroad. "He is a student at Oxford, and he has created a remarkable achievement," Moses said. The young student's name is Robert Lyons. Declared Moses: "He felt all along that the future leaders of England are his fellow student-, and he wanted them to know more ahoul Israel than they could by jusl reading about it. "The be>t way. in fact, would be for some of Oxford's leading non-Jewish students to spend I month in Israel in order to get 'a feel' for the country.'' According to Moses, yoong Lyons promptly contacted a number of England's wealthy Jewish community leaders and laid his plan before them. They went for i* in a big way. "The way he figures it." Moses explained, "if the trips were entirely free, there would be no real incentive to go. except for the travel aspect of the program. So, the wealthy Jews young Lyons contacted arc now sponsoring twothirds of the expenses. The balance is borne by the individual student." So popular has the program be'come, that Oxford University ha! had to establish a special faculty committee to select the students. 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FridoY 1 December 4, 1964 +Jewish fhridiain Page 13-B Ac nieetinq of the board of the Jewish Con: Home of South Florida are (left to r; gh1 standinq Sam Yudin, Mrs. Helen HornMrs. Geri Kunken, Sid Sieqel, Edward Elkin, Mrs. Lillian Townsend, Mrs. Ann Blecker. Mrs. Esther Topper, Mrs.. Ann Herold. Mrs. Dora Roth, Mrs. Ann Rosenfield, Mrs. Sarah Keiser, Mrs. Ida Koskoff, Mrs. Rose Ecker. Seated (left to riqht) are Mrs. Edward Elkin, Mrs. Fannie Yudin, Mrs. Ray Lieberman and Nathan Roth. Sherman Will Chair Israel Cavalcade Here \i Sherman, past president ol iami Beach District ot the Organization ol America, •nil chair the "Israel Cavalcade Stars 19U5'* presented at the Beach Auditorium on Sunening, Dec. 27. by the South Districts of the Zionist Or_.:i:/.iiion ot America. This will be the sixth annual conM-rt which brings to Miami outstanding artists and entertainers : Israel in a one-evening per[i rmance ol popular, classical, Israeli and international music. Sherman, who is a graduate l'forney, has been active in Chicken Specialty Dineries George Milhet, president of the Chez Milhet ottering service, will open .i chair, of chicken specialty in 1965. A lease has been for the first one in the i i-t section Ol Miami to n January. The name. House ken, has been registered in I rida. many civic projects. He has served as chairman of the Boxing Commission of the City of Miami Beach, is a past president of the Presidents Council, 100 Club of Dade County, and Men's Club of Temple Menorah. He has also served as chairman of Bonds for Israel for the North Shore area, is a past president of the South Beach Men's Club and director of finance for the Boy Scouts of America. Jewish Education and was chairman of the Bureau's recent dinner. He is also a member ot the Board ot Governors of the Jewish National Fund. World Committee for the Physically Handicapped and of Knights of Pythias. Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz, of Temple Menorah. a past president of the North Shore Zionist District, and Bernard Katz. a veteran Zionist leader, "ill serve as co-chairmen of the cavalcade Abe Rubin has been appointed ticket chairman; Ben Ciller, president Ol the Miami Beach Zion District, patron chairman; Josh Repbun. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, treasurer; Paul Kuitney. arrangements chairman; Dr. Morton J. Bobbins ami Mortimer May. national advisors. Sherman has announced thai proceeds of the annual affair are earmarked for local and Israeli youth work of the ZOA and for camp scholarships. Mrs. Barbara Heiken i> coordinating the concert. HOLIDAY CHEER TO ALL MY FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS BILL MARCUS E. McBRIDE, LIQUORS 734 N.E. 125th Street North Miami PL 7-1160 HAPPY CHANUKA VIC POTAMKIN CHEVROLET 540 Alton Road — Miami Beach Phone JE 1-5361 VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS JONES CHEMICALS, INC. SWIMMING POOL CHLORINE BLEACH CHLORINE GAS FOR WATER WORKS AND SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS "SUNNY SOL" 14400 N.E. 20th Lane North Miami Wl 7-1461 Holiday Greetings NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS PEST CONTROL SERVICE Subterranean Termite Control Nylon Tent Fumigation All Work Guaranteed Free Inspections & Estimates 3990 NW 30th AVE 2990 NW 40th ST. Ph. 634-9744 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Mickey's Upholstering Manufacturing Furniture Frames 98 West 22nd Street Ph. 883-2584 Hialeah, Florida TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS TROPICAL TREASURE BONDED • RETAIL FRUIT SHIPPER 7420 BISCAYNE BLVD. PL 1-0363 HAPPY HOLIDAYS /V\R. & MRS. NAT GINSBERG & SON BONNIE FASHIONS, INC. DRESS MANUFACTURER 1901 N.W. 1st AVE. Ph. 377-1876 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS J.C.S. Engineering & Development Corporation JOB SHOP, COMMERCIAL HEAT TREATING AIRCRAFT & INDUSTRIAL PARTS SPRINGS-ALL TYPES 211 West 22nd St., Hialeah TU 8-7911 HIALEAH TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HLAGAM1 IIAltllKES SHOE* NO WAITING 754 FLAGAMI BLVD. Ph. 221-9779 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 723 DuPont Building 6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.) 9! A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Dr. and Mrs. Manning J. Rosnick and Family TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETNGS Richard Ives Jim Conway READY POTATOES 2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE PHONE NE 5-4437 Season's Best Wishes HUDSON SERVICE Same Location 17 Years Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Tire Recapping ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE Wheel Aligning and General Repairs Phone 633-6988 1185 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37, Florida TOMMY HUDSON, Owner TO ALL GREETINGS CONNIE'S SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc. ALL KINDS SEPTIC TANK WORK 7035 NW 43rd STREET Ph. 888-3495 GREETINGS!! Smith Hamilton Shop GRINDING SERVICE 231 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3-2509



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• reel Sisterhood will present "The Sound of Books" on Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. in Wolfson Auditorium oi 'he Temple. A breakfast will start the morninq followed by a fashion fhow view by Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual leader of the of Eruce J. Friedman's "A Mother':: Kisses." Left to %  Rhea Casliman Giadwin, chairman of the breakfast; Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, chairman of "Sounds of Books," and Mrs. Jerome Halpern, co-chairman. Mayor Robert King High proclaimed Nov. 23 as B'nai B nth Day in Miami. Holding the proclamation with Mayor High are Mrs. David Sachs, president of the Miami Council of B'nai 3'ri-h Women, and Mrs. Harold Feldman, chapter consultant. District 5. The proclamation, which cites B'nai B'rith for "fight.ng bigotry and intolerance while furthering democracy and .ntergroup understanding, was a prelude for an evening function at the Deauville Hotel, where BB Women in Miami, Miami h and North Dade honored the president of District 5, Mis. Cdward Gelfer. at a paid-up membership party. Some 1,000 women attended. n J by ISABEL GROVE AHU oman s IVoM cJewiisH Florida air* Miami. Florida, Friday, December 4, 1964 Section 3 Pioneers Will Honor Mrs. Singer Mrs. Ida Liftman, president, Pioneer Women Club n. is ann uncing a Chanuka dinner in honor of Mrs. Sarah Sinner, a longtime worker lor Pioneer Women's projects. American Affairs chairman of Greater Miami Council i Pioneer Women for many years, she recently returned from Israel and ibeing welcomed on Sunday, Dec. 13. fi p.m., at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff, vice president, will lie chairman oi the evening. Mrs. Sadie Hubert will %  : \e the invocation. Guest speaker \ nil be Mrs, Milton Green, Council i -dent. Entertainment is by Mrs. Frances I'atker and Joseph Hurwitz, Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau, president, tn spea lui Aviva Chapter, was to preside atTorah Congregation, was the nexl regular meeting on Thurs>n "Chanuk i day, Dec. :'.. 1 p.m.. at Fust FedAviva i> also sponsoring •• lui eral Savings and Loan Association,cheon and card party on Thursdaj !)IKI NE 125th St. Abraham Gittle-Dec. IT. I p.m., at Washington Fei n education director of Beth cal, 6th Ave. and NE 167th St. March of Dimes Meet Slated Some 200 leaders of Dade County women's organizations were to %  ather for a meeting at Doral County Club on Thursday to hear a presentation ol the 1965 program oi .March ol Dimes entitled "Birth Defects—The Tragedj and the Hope." by Mrs. .Jackie Gutwillig, manadvisor for the state ol Florida. Co-chair mi n ol this event were to be Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, whose late father-in-law, Franklin D Roosevelt, lounded the March %  Dime-, and Mrs Sydney Wein Iraub. who has served on local an I national committees for March "i Dimes for )2 years. Mary Norton Fashions 'if the Hour was to present a fashion -iv .\. with Mrs Herbert Savage i :, airman ol the Dade Count] Chapter W< men's commentator. Committee, TJRD I N SHOW II IGll PLAYS STORY RECORDS ALONG WITH SYNCHRONIZED FULL-COLOR FILMSTRIPS R'.ith and .lack E. Popick, who recently sold their No. Bay IUI. home, have commissioned noted r dt signer Betty Hair to '."late ilieir new penthouse apartment at the Belle Plaza 1 tintingenl of University of Miami alumni on hand for the football classic in Gainesville last Saturday included the Bon ald and Norton I'allots. the Joe Gasscn*. Robert Traurigs and N Schif's ... To keep the trip i" m being %  total loss, ardent 19 male athletes also managed aiilc.s of golf. Karly bird reservations at the Cancer Institute banquet Dec. 20 "ave filled up Al and Honey Pal"''• 'able Sharing the festivities vvtli them will be the Mmris Greens, Ralph Sheres, %  sain Kamis and Bernie Korn lums Bay Harbor Islands' Muriel and Si I Rudolph will be dinner hosts to the Jacques Turners on Saturday II i g h I at Westvieu Countrv Club's "I'lie Soiree a Paris," a posh black tie affair starting with cocktails at "::to Muru l. recently named to the National Society of Interior Designers, will supervise the French decor for the party, i i t Lila and Milton H. Nadel just returned from a trip to Los Angeles and Las Vegas, where they attended the Bar Mitzvah of Barry Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingber Occasion furnished the background for a reunion w ith relatives together for the first time in many years Happy group included Bar bars and Henry Weiner. she's the daughter of Miamiana Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, Dr. and Mrs Berkowitl ol L. A.. 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frjdcT December 4, /1964 + kwist fkrMictn Paqe Wl Cardinal Bea Refutes Political Factor Dr. end Mrs. Philip Gotlieb are shown receiving their plaque iron Bernard Cherrick (right), executive vice president of the Hehiew University. The Gotliebs, who were cited at the MiarrL Humanities Building Dinner as Founders of 'he New Campus of the university announced that they had donated SI 50,000 for the establishment of a chair in Physical Chemistry at the -Diversity. American Friends Subscribe $212,000 Toward Construction of Miami Building Our 200 leaders of the South Florida Division of the American Friend* of the Hebrew University subscribed S212.OO0 toward the construt ion of a Miami Humanities costing S300.000 at a dinner Lunching the project at the nobleau Hotel last week. 1 esl single contribution of I ening and one of the largest lade to the university by a Miami family was that of Dr. and Mr.Philip Gotlieb who donated ; : 100 for the establishment of i-l lir in Physical Chemistry at the Hebrew University. Eernard Cherrick, executive vice president of the university, : 1 d the Gotliebs' action "a sig-ficant contribution not only to tt-e university but to the educational betterment of the people of Israel and of students from nations all over the world attending -he university." and Mr. and Mrs. David Provus. Joseph Weintraub served as chairman ol the successful dinner which helped to launch the Miami Humanities Building project. Dr. Irving Lehrman delivered the invocation, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz gave Ihe benediction. Gu?st speaker Leon Keyserling was introduced by Popick. Former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors to President Harry S. Truman and a leading economic advisor to the State of Israel, Keyserling predicted that in 20 years Israel would have the largest ratio of university students to population of ary nation in the world including the United States. ROMK— i.ITAi— Augustin Cardinal Bea. who had guided the re-| cent Ecumenic*] Council's declaration on the Catholic Church's re-j lations with the Jewish people to successful approval by an overwhelming Mile, declared here that any political interpretation of the document would be "arbitrary and distorted" and constitute "a travesty of the Council's intention." Cardinal Bea made his statement 1 n a front-page article in Oservatore Romano, official organ of the Vatican. The Bea article followed Arab attacks against the declaration, and was apparently provoked ny those political recriminations. Recalling that the declaration, which dealt with the Church's relation with all non-Christian religions, not only with Jews but also with Hindus, Moslems and Buddhists, to which "obviously no political meaning" can be attached, he said the section on the Jewish people also excludes any political interpretation. The section, he noted, treated, in fact, only the relation existing between the religion of the Old Testament and the Chris tion religion, as well as the religious future of the Jewish people according to doctrine. Neither, he continued, is the question of ihe guilt of those who took actcive part in the condem-' nation ot Jesus touched explicitly, and it is only affirmed that such condemnation cannot be attributed to the 4.000 Jews who, in that time, lived outside Palestine, and so much less to the Jews of our time. The pastoral ennsequcncos oi these lacts concern exclusively the religious field, he maintained. "After all these cautious and objective measures and declarations, cne can reasonably hope that the declaration will be rightly interpreted and serenely evaluated, and that all echoes regarding political aims • nd intentions would disappear.' (. ardinal Boa wrote He emphasized lhat "the Council's in: tentions. and the counciliary doc-, tion through which the Council toument inspired by motives of, tended only to advance peace truth, justice and Christian charity are obviously in full accord with everywhere and further hopes that religion will not be abused in Ortho-Gospel, and should not be misder to justify politicaldiserimtaareprescnted. It is a religious ques-jtion and prejudice." 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Innotion of Cherrick was given Irs, Samuel Simonhott, presiof the Greater Miami WornDivision ot the university 1 members of the South la Division who have played n ntegral part in the growth of brew University by enroll%  1 1rounders of the New Cam pu> are Mr. and Mrs Charles iwsky, Mr and MiJacob 1 ifkit Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro, DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT "The role of the university is to train teachers and to inspire and to imbue with the highest ideals its students both from Israel and from countries throughout the world." the speaker stated. ••Hebrew University's greatest? contribution can be measured in the development ol future leaders of Israel, African nations, and in the imparting of knowledge to those who will lead the governmental, agricultural, economic and scientific programs that will help these countries achieve maturity and stability in the community of nations," he declared. Keyserling pointed out thai the educational need of Israel was among its primary responsibilities. 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