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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE SWISH WEEKLY
~^T38 Number 44
Miami. Florida, Friday. October 29, 1965
Two Sections Price 294
JEWS ARE NOT EXCLUDED
\. Y. Banks Deny
Discrimination
In Top Level Jobs
RK iJTA) The Mr. BUenoff pointed out. "takes
,n J ewis h Committee
- week that Jews have
matically excluded from
meat and policy-mak-
ns in the 50 mutual larV
in New York City.
i of more than 400 execu-
staff officers and of 750
tin banks was made
y Thee tore Kllenoff,
ittee leader, at a press
. e The report revealed
- Uian three percent of
veyed were identified as
although Jews make up
rter of New York City's
and are obviously
in the city's life This
: less than three percent
ken down in the following
Leas than 2 5 percent of
. than 400 officers were
.i.id as Jewish while the
ii-ure for the 750 trustees
than 3.5 percent.
Co-nmittee researchers learn-
|... a so that no Jewish executive
| .-'icers were found in 82 percent
Hia banks while no Jewish
[vustees were found in 60 pareenf
It' the banks. "The evidence sug-
gests," the report asserted, "that
.-ervsitivity and indiffererxo, if
not deliberate exclusion, have
l-erdened over the years into de
I'ecto discrimination."
lusion of Jews from jobs as
1 in mutual savings banks."
place in a cit> where Jews com-
prise about 25 percent of the popu-
lation and have comparatively
high educational qualifications for
executive positions In New York [
City, Jews constitute approximate-
Continued on Page 3-A
LBJ Vows Aid
For Desalting
Plant in Israel
MYEJ? FFIDMAN
delivered pledge
Kaltlii Scores Zionism
And Reform Judaism
By Special Report
JENK1NTOWN, Pa. A leading
.u-wish theologian declared that
Zionism and Reform Judaism are
both "m need of repentance"Zi-
onism tor substituting nationalism
for God and Judaism, and the Re-
in movement for substituting
M CUlarism for the 'kingdom of
priests and the holy nation."
Dr. Jakob J. Petuchowski. pro-
feasor of rabbinics and Jewish the-
ology at Hebxew UjliQH College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, Cin-
cinnati, the Reform rabbinical
seminary, examined the "self-de-
finition and commitment" of
American Jews. He delivered the
tenth annual Leasing J. Rosenwald
Lecture, sponsored by the Phila-
delphia Chapter of the American
C< uncil for Judaism, at Hotel Ben-
son-East. The series was begun in
1955 upon the retirement of Rosen-
wald as first president of the
Council. He is now chairman of its
board.
"As long as the world was a
religious world," said Dr. Petu-
chowski, the Jew could "remain,
loyal to his ancestral faith" or
"opt for conversion to Christian-
ity or Islam." When modern se-
cularism, agnosticism and anthe-
Continueel on Page 8-A
Dutch May Extradite
Eichmann's Assistant
PRIME MINISTER ESHKOt
spry politician
AMSTERDAM (JTA) Jus-
tice Minister Ivo Samkaldcn told
Parliament this week thai the ex-
tradition to Holland by Austria of
E ich Rajakowitch, former key
aide to Adoit Kchmann in war-
time i ccupied Holland was a pos-
sibility provided the former SS
'.nicer was Still in Austria.
Rajakowitch was trie,; in con-
nection with the deportation of
Dul h Jews and sentenced
, a .< .., y, .,.- prison term He
released last v><"k and the
Dutch Auschwitz Committee
ediately sent n appeal to D U h
Prime Minister Joseph I als to a
mmediately to extradite the Nazi
from Austria
The Corriere della Sera, a
leading Italian newspaper,
sharply criticized the release of
Rajakowitch, from a Vienna pri-
son. Rajakowitch, who was con-
victed for his part in the de-
portation of thousands of Dutch
Jews as an occupational official,
was released after a three-year
term.
The Italian newspaper said it
was "astoninhed that, of the cn-
lire Austrian press and news agen-
, nlj one daily" reported on
the Nazi's release The newspaper
said that "the most peculiar as-
pect' 01 the case was thai the Nazi
.. i. ased even before a high-
er court had the chance to rule
on an appeal by the public attor-
! ey against the Nazi's light sent-
ence
The newspaper recalled that
akowitch fled from Milan in
196] when his Nazi past was ex-
posed and that after he was denied
asyl.im by several countries and
refused readmittance to Italy, he
decided to give himself up to Aus-
trian authorities.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Presi-
dent Johnson has promised Pre-
miere Eshkol that the United
States Government will take part
in the financing and implementa-
tion of construction of the multi-
million dollar Israel nuclear de-
salination project, it was learned
here this week.
Myi r Fekiman, who served the
lete President Kennedy as White
House advisor on Jewish Affairs.
met with Premier Eshkol and re-
portedly delivered to the Premier
the President's pledge.
It was assumed that Premier
Eshkol would ask Mr. Feldman
to deliver a personal reply to the
Present and that after that in-
tensive negotiations would begin
ir Washington on steps for im-
plementation Construction of the
nuclear desalination plant a
joint American-Israeli under-tak-
ing is expected to start next
year after study and planning
phases are finished in the next
few months.
The United States took part in
the initial exploratory phases of
the pioneering project through a
joint United States-Israel Commit-
tee which was set up after Mr. Esh-
kol met with the President in
Washington in 1964.
While it had been widely expect-
ed that the United States would
also participate in construction of
the plant, the President's message
was the first clear indication that
it would do so.
PROCEDURAL WRANGLE
UN Decides
To Hear
Arab Body
UNITED NATIONS i JTA. -
The United Nations Special Poli-
tical Committee voted this week
in a continuing procedural wran-
gle, to allow members of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
lion" to speak on the Arab refugee
problem.
The language of the decision
stressed that the grant of permis-
sion to PLO members to speak did
not constitute in any way "rec-
ition" by the UN of the PLO.
Ambassador Michael S. Comay, lv
iraeli permanent representative.
then said that as be interpreted
the resolution, the emphasis was
on the word "persons" and that
anyone appearing who claimed to
represent the PLO. would speak
as an individual. Adnan Pachachi
of Iraq, who sponsored the move
on behalf of the 13 Arab states, in-
sisted he did not interpret the de-
cision as Comay did.
Comay told the committees
Continued on Page 7-A
JOINT U.S.-BRAZIt EFFORT DEFEATED
Anti-Semitism Dropped
From Anti-Bias Draft
\Eshkol, 70, Campaigns Hard
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister Lev! Eshkol, who became
[70 years of age on 'Monday, began
celebrating h's birthday by camp-
I signing vigorously for the election
'! the 'Mapai-Achdut Avoda slate
in the general elections to be held
rext Tuesday.
He addressed several street rai-
ses, visited the Baka and Katamon
districts of this city, populated
chiefly by new immigrants, ad-
dressed crowds from the balconies |
cf apartment houses in those areas,
and entered homes where he shook
hands with the residents and urged
them to vote for the ticket which
! he heads. In one of the homes, he
was presented with a large birth-
day cake.
Mr. Eshkol's canvassing of the
residential neighborhood was ty-
pical of the last stages of the
long election campaign to be cul-
minated at the polls, where the
Israeli voters will choose 130
members of the next Knesset.
Many Israelis are frankly tired
Continued on Page 15-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
\ United States-Brazilian effort to
include anti-Semitism specificallj
in a draft Unil (d Nations conven-
tion on elimination of racial dis-
crimination was overwhelmingly
defeated this week. So was a Soi
let effort to include an amendment
bracketing Zionism with Nazism,
which aroused widespread hostile
reactions.
The US. Brazil project was beat-
en bv a maneuver in the General
Assembly's Social. Humanitarian
and Culture (third) Committee.
The Committee adopted a Greek-
Hungarian proposal to exclude
from the draft convention "any
reference to specific forms of rac-
ial discrimination." That resolu-
tion was approved 82 to 12 with 10
abstentions. Israel, the United
States and Britain opposed the pro-
posal. The effect of the vote was to
kill a Polish amendment to con-
demn Nazism in the convention
preamble.
The vote followed an address
by Ambassador Michael S. Co-
may, Israels permanent re-
presentative at the UN, who
pleaded for specific condemna-
tion of anti-Semitism as a "so-
cial disease.'' He also denounced
the Soviet effort to link Zionism
with Naiism and attacked the
Soviet Urion by name for its dis-
criminations against Russian
Jews.
Sine Comay departed from UN
precedent. V. M Chkhikvadze. the
Soviet representative replied an-
grily. He said Israel, in concert
with the United States and other
countries, was trying to "wreck"
he convention, and that the Soviet
Union followed a policy of "un-
swerving battle against ignomini-
ous anti-Semitism."
Calling the Soviet maneuver
"contemptible" Comay said what-
ever the Soviet motives might be,
the proposal was "an affront to my
country and to the Jewish people
everywhere." He suggested that
Continued on Page *-A


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Page 3-A
Icted Expert In Human Relations Affairs
[o Be Speaker At AJC Brunch Here
JRGl COVIRNMINT TO STUDY CUBAN INflUX PACE 10 A
(he nation's loading ex
the fu'lcl of human rela-
. | be guesl speaker at a
I here Sunday. 10:30 a.m.,
1 ,|, rjuponl I'laza Hotel.
Jjl,. Dr. John Slawson, execu-
L e president of the Ameri-
II
ish Committee. Dr. Slaw-
L M address the breakfast ses-
fty, ,g .|M>nsored by the Creat-
ChaptM of the organiia-
|ul1 ,i:man i> Marshall Harris.
In ecognition of his pioneer-
ling (Worts in advancing good
hurr,- relations, Dr. Slawson
as t'ected to the Executive
Com- ittoo of the United States
Nfltsal Commission to
JNE;C0. Former Attorney
Gent-ci Robert F. Kennedy also
recce- ied Dr. Slawson's contri-
iot; s when be appointed him
bo Itw President's Committee on
Jim- la Delinquency and Youth
Irimi as special advisor on Met-
fopo in Problems of Youth.
I>- Slawson's career in social
l :< In ics service as execu-
|\,. i rector of the Jewish Hoard
G lians Of New York, execu-
d of the Detroit Jewish
I Federation arul assistant
I ., of the Cleveland Jewish
ielfi Federation.
\ mer president of the N'a-
Jsna .inference of Jewish Social
felf. t. Dr. Slawson was an offi-
ce Welfare Council of New
leader of the New York
late I onference on Crime and
I ention. a consultant on
ar-tu delinquency for the
I States Children's Bureau
[i .nal Security Agency, and
i ;it to the White House Con-
hen. >n Children and Youth.
5 alter Dr. Slawson joined
I eriean Jewish Committee
he inaugurated a compre-
program of scientific re-
arcl nto Uie root causes of pre-
ul methods for combatting
search and education in the field
of intergroup relations.
As professional head of the
American Jewish Committee, Dr.
Slawson has traveled widely in ob-
tain first-hand information on the
Mains of Jews abroad and the
problems of Jewish communities
as well as on human rights in gen-
eral.
In 19.")7. he served with an AJC
delegation that was granted the
first audience ever accorded a
Jewish group by Pope Pius XII.
and in May. 1964 he was with an
ajc delegation that met with Pope
Paul VI to discuss Jewish-Catholic
relations, as expressed in a decree
at the Ecumenical Council.
In 1962. he was with an eight-day
survey and consultative mission to
Israel during which meetings with
Prime Minister David Ben-tiurion
and oilier top level government of-
ficials further strengthened the
bridge of understanding between
Israelis and American Jews.
In 1939. Dr. Slawson visited Ger-
many and met with a number of
West German government, educa-
tional and political leaders and
social scientists. These meetings
explored the problem of the almost
total lack of knowledge of German
youth about the Hitler period.
Particular emphasis was
placed on the importance o*
utilizing human relations prin-
ciples and techniques in the de-
velopment of a more demoratic
society. As a result, groups of
German educators have been
coming to the United States twice
each year to study American
methods in citizen education..
Dr. Slawson has written authori-
tative works on juvenile delin-
quency, child welfare, mental hy-
giene and Jewish life. His book,
"The Delinquent Boy," has been
a standard work in this field. He
has taught at the University of
Michigan and the College of the
City of New York.
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N.Y. Banks Deny
They Discriminate
Against Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
ly 50 percent of the total college
graduates.'
Mr. BUenoff related the report
I to nationwide studies made over a
period of years by the American
Jewish Committee on the subject
of religious discrimination In the
executive suite of American busi-
ness and industry.
He said that the facts revealed
in the mutual savings bank study
are "illustrative of the restric-
tive patterns that the American
Jewish Committee has found to
exist in many American finan-
cial institutions and among the
nation's leading corporations.''
In making recommendations,
the committee report asserted
that mutual savings banks are
chartered, supetrisad, and govern-
ed 1>> the Executive and Lefista-
i tive branches of the state Govern-
ment, "whose public policy is un-
: equivocally opposed to discrimm.i-
, tion and restrictions based upon
i race, creed, color, or national
origfek,"
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charges.
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drut. ior upward of 300,000 voters are members
o: v.e lraei lcr*or ieaeration.
*ji we see H, '-'.e race is hence far from
eriea. Tte FsJilrH s..p can not be arj^ou^d
dtoctfy to Mr. ber.-Gurion rise .n popu-ar/y
T'x- .-.-.'-'.-.-/ Ixrcwr^a are now willing to disregard
.w--. -r--|" rirrt in bewilderment and anger.
T.-.. -.o.'.jea-en'-.e J -'"' taraaTl gpMMMl potit-
.-'.. :...-j.-.-. the rr.-aJt.pijcay of faractonal par-
t>*. HG.-.is to ';'-..-.
I.-. -.-.e :..-.'-. i mill Jill1 odds still are that
Mr. E*hkol *J wm. But. as of this wnung, rt
/.-...-; o-jo riot oe unreaiistic to say that it re-
.../one's ball game. Mr. Ben-Gunon s
<.-..<-.-. for electoral retorm. as the reaiit.es
now sr.ow. was o very honest one But he
made himself a poor exampie of what the m-
dmdual Israeli can do to achieve it
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State of bsead Bone co-ars ncw-.ng _st; tne
co>^ntry as a consec-^ r.. e of oj^ p"chas
It .s 'Jus kind of cere.op.er.- -at spears so
e.oa-er.:.y for sc-_r.c Israe- f-rure.
Greater Miami is proud of tr.e ro.e t ? ays
in the Israel Bone drive Those leaders r-
rent.-/ being hooorec by the Sicte of Lsrre.
i.-.o..c o*: par.ror.y proud, not clone of
their contribution to Isroe. s economic progress
but oecause they serve as beccens of inspir-
ation for the rest of tne comrr.un.ty to emulcie.
Tne cause is a splendid one: tne fulfillment via
.nvestment dollars of the ancient Z.on-sr :tream_
Israel Honors Our Leaders
Many leaders of the Jewish and general
conmsmittM In Grswlw Mkani an eummlly
being nonored by the State of Israel lor Ibafa
years of service.
The tributes are m the form of celebrations
jointly held by local synagogues and the State
of Israel Bond Organization.
The Israel Awards indicate that our inter-
est in and dedication to the young Jewish re-
public remain as unswerving as ever. Those
in the forefront, the honorees themselves, are
contributing their leadership and support in
the form of krrge purchases as symbolic ex-
pressions of the total community effort.
This has made Greater Miami the largest
per capita city in the world in the purchase of
State of Israel Bonds. Since its inception back
in May. 1951. the Israel Bond drive has given
the Jewish State the wherewithal to achieve
remarkable levels of economic and industrial
landmarks of development.
Hence, what Israel won so perilously on
the field of battle h has been able to con-
Tribute to Mrs. Lehman
It us a particular tr-bute to Mrs In
Lehrmar. that the Sisterhood of Temple Email
? could no? BOr.or r.er :or 20 years of dea.:c*e^
serv.ee all or. .1s own
When ten other women s OTgar.j-at.ons
board of -.-.e Sisterhood's piens, they too re-
quested the rigbJ of participation as z~.
on her leadership.
Eleven such groups Wednesday paid honor
to Mrs Lehrman at a luncheon ir. DM FoDsams-
hleau Hotel.
The causes in which the wife of Temple
Emanu-LTs spiritual leader has .
ment role both here in our community, as well
a% orth from which the Lehrmc.-.s o:.j
inally cams, are legion Suffice it to say that
locally she has been president of the V.
Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fece:
ation. and that this year she was named re-
cipient of the Woman of Valor Award of ms
State of Israel Bond Organizat.
In between, are a variety of i
philanthropic, and religious causes, m ail ot
v.r.ich she has been active as an officer or
founding officer Side by s.de w.th ner hus-
band, as well as in the capacity of an individ-
ual here. Mrs. Lehrman has contributed to her
community's growth, to her Temple's progress,
and to the advancement of the cause of Jewry
at large.
In her capacity as a leader. Mrs. Lehr-
man has made many trips to Europe and Is-
rael with Dr. Lehrman. observing the Jewish
communities there, and returning to report to
her organizations as a means of clarifying
their goals here on the home front.
The tribute in her honor Wednesday
singled out a dedicated woman whose ac-
complishments in behalf of the causes she
represents stand clearly etched on the re-
of man's responsibility to his fellov.
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THE MAIN CAMPUS of Hebre* Inner*.
side (A JensssiSBB, somewhat adjscert Ut the
and oc the other side of Iks ksj
plex of -.ermneet bmktin$s Ttie amersuv ot -? "Jia:
m and archaeoiocical resea:
: and sssratiBs] | adoed starure to the :.-.-
CSStSi.... ni^h retard for education and iearr..
Dr ilar.:r. Buoer late phiktsoprter-in-resaoerice
..loc with trie carr.pcs of such narr.es in mus-c
i- Ike bttc Set wvstsky the resei-
neenng a., ttus and more spells the s..
-: weekend to pay 1
Mr, Jacs Pspstk at a assvsesuss bBBcr a tM
| lent of the umversiV
* hen he said that skill and knowledge are what
:>.-ael alone the high road of prorress to-
-nt
'^ itfcer esoatry in the worid. he asked, eoul -Tpiai
ears, absorbed the incrra-
A then corr.e of Jftr -
Israel has done all these U
i. j- a consequence of its tremendous!}
thing more be sug^< -
.tself an example of saceessf -rl- m
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siw Hotizom m amothik mktk>
COR THIS. IweJ tsar achievements Klatr Ct
afaik at the -ame Ume praising UH
ITJ f-^nd-ra;smg or gar. .
and also sisU-r iSStttMtMSS of higher learning nota:
:.st these achiesements. the universit> pt<
backdrop ,'. two decisive factors Israels eapacttj to
,h ra. education level In this r*g
medicine. *nere he examined its contribution I
anu as an ongoing program of the e
P"*'> : -arch against endemic di- *'.
off disaster." Elath declared. suggesUng that th.- Imp
-1 of a racists of illnesses alien to Israel Bight
ed the young rvpuhiic internally far rnorx*
i her neighbors via military means if Israeli *"
on the.r loss
Hence. Bsbrsw Unrvsrsttj emerged in his mm; si a be
/ kno-Akdge. guiding the destiny of the countrv a,'v
to th. light from infancy to maturity in the ^me v
that a healthy respect for learning and books ha. alwayi mar*
Issttoj of Jewry'a search for security and sur\ ,^
In t^e wfiNiibmenl and dedication of Miami 'V'
ek Humanities Building on the Jerusalem camp *J^
expanding its horizons in yet another IXu
' "' 'ht- : the uhole man in our ttSM U ,he-
tion of the ciassics faculties yet one morv
tor academic achievemont This SSI
vocation and of Elath's mevJ.
>onng commu:
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Technion Society Honors New Prexy
than 500 of Greater
- civic, social and educa-
lera were expected to be
nd, ii> welcome Alexander
newly-elected president
;,. hnion Israel Institute nf
at a reception on
i vening, Oct. 28. 8 p.m..
diterranean Room <>f the
Beach Hotel.
berg, "I"1 W>8 chairman
Board <>f Directors of Te-
Mine 1962. was elected
ol Technion la~t June,
ng Gen. Yaakov Dori, who
d He had previously served
a ing director of Chemicals
I'hosphates, the largest -
in Israel, and has been
|Emanu-EI Will
Open Late Friday
IServices Here
Emanu-El will hold its
late Friday night service
|, season,
Irving Lehrman will offici-
Hith musical portions of the
rendered by Cantor Zvi Ad-
service, scheduled for 8:30
nil] include a sermon by Dr.
.m on "Judaism and Christ-
A New F.ncounter." In his
in, Dr Lehrman will discuss
of the major developments
lern religious thought.
service will be preceded by
Kabbalat Shabbat service at 5
On Saturday, at 10:30 a.m..
rade students of the Solomon
I- ihter Day School and Week-
I Religious School will be for-
b ally consecrated. Participating
ents will present a cantata en-
lied The Beauty of Torah."
i.
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Solomon Sh.i-lit. i \:,\
Jamet Altrrman, Diane
Id C> nthta Cown, Rob ri
Vrtl ir 'iardner, Ram n
oi Ja< >t>, Moim Kay, Philip
h, II. nrv IJ. i.iu c: Nail-, i!
M.\.r Richard Miller,
Tina I'.nii. "
Rnliln Sllvi Ri

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n, (<.!.in silt. r. Rolirrta
Ra< -Hi' 1 Sllberbi '
I'.ii M'elndroii '"'! Jon-
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liaekrr. Jlidd I:, rkl. \ An-
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Mai tin i "... I- i
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Brian Oadlnaky. P
David ':.... it i, i,. ,;. .. .
Harve) ; <:,
I May, Barrv "
I' la Mlirahl, Hi ri t
Rob. I
I I'ollak, Mayra Rryler,
Riihmi II, David
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closelj involved with engineering
and industry in Israel.
He holds the ARSM and BS
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sociate member of the Institute
of Chemical Engineers. He is
also a member of the board of
the Dead Sea Works, National
Council for Research and De-
velopment and of Israel Chemi-
cal Fibres Co.
He is one of tlie nation's leading
pioneers <>t crop drying, and dur-
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Goldberg worked In the Ministry
of Defense
Technion, often referred to as
Israel's MIT, is an institute of
higher learning winch offers in-
struction in engineering nrchi<
kiture and the exact sciences.
Among hostesses for the recep-
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man, chairman. Mrs. Israel Teich
and Mrs. Norman Hill, vice chair-
man. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Mrs Louis Kohn. Mrs. Bettv Feuer,
Medical Center Luncheon
Greater Miami Chapter of th
American Medical Center at Den-
Mrs. Morris l.ipp. Mrs. Ruben For- ver l,el(l its anmial membership
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on
Sunday, Chairmen of the function
were Mrs George 'looker. Mrs.
.indue Frederick V Barad is Henrietta Sherman and Mrs. Jo-
president of the local chapter. seph Holober,
ter. Mrs. Flora Sinick. Mrs. Mac-
Kern, and Mrs. Jack Katzman.
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ton imalilcnt United Cerebral
Association "i Miami, has
announced slate of new officers
for 1965-1986.
Succeed.ru; Topol -. rre,
Rhard R. P, ,r I
Anderson. Jam >.-.. ."A
tec i r- e ii3
reHected secretar ;".
Left to right ere Ho^es Oialvo. daughter Re-
g na C'-.vo, grandmother Mrs. Pessel Frieder,
son Jacobo A'cLvo end Mrs. Moises Ojalvo.
Mr. and Mrs. Oralvo and Mrs. Pessel (omed
Reg.r.^ and Jacobo in Miami as one of hrst
Jewish Families Arriving In Cuban Influx
Crossed 90 Miles To Florida In Rough Seas
The first two .Tewi-h families to
leave C uha in the current exodus
arrived in Miami last week, ac-
Miami Jewish Federation and
United HI AS Service.
One of the families consisted of
Moises Ojalvo 5". his wife 44. and
his mother -in-law. Mrs. Pessel
Fried er 83. They were reunited in
Miami with the Ojalvos' two chil-
dren, a daughter 24. and a son 22.
vho had emigrated to Miami
artier.
The daughter is employed as
an IBM operator, and rh* son as
a dark in a hardware store. In
actuality this is the second op-
rooting for the family. Oialvo
had originally been resettled
from Turkey, and Mr*. Oialvo
and Mrs. Frieder were resettled
from Poland.
The other Cuban Jewish family,
which cannot be identified at the
present for security reasons, came
on the same boat as the Ojalvos
and Mrs FTieder The two families
reportedly i ro~sod 'he 90 miles
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d*ti not want to delay their de-
parture from Orba in order tn be
leuruted with their children who
were waiting in Miami.
It is estimated by United III AS
in charge of the local resettlement
program for Jewish emigrees. that
There are sown* 2JJO0 Jews still liv-
ing in Cuba It is anticipated thnt
a sizeable number of this group
may want to leave Cuba in order
to be reunited with their families
Already living in the United States.
June- Rice, executive director
' of HI AS. recently spent several
days in Miami in order to evaluate
the potential magniUite of the re
fuiiee rnfhix and te cotl with
Federation officials on the matter
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UN Decides to Hear
Arab 'Palestine Group9
]' Trends in Judaism" was the subject for dis-
I n at the last meeting of Sholem Lodge
B'rith. which drew a capacity audience
let Temple Zamora. Participants were stand-
left to right) Mel Haber, program chair-
Louis Schwcuizman, executive director.
] u of Jewish Education; Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Temple Beth Am; Jerry Carver,
moderator for the program. Seated (left to
right) are Rabbi Samuel April, Temple Or
Olom; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El Congre-
gation; and Miss Ida Poston. executive secre-
tary. Workmen's Circle.
liami-Gables Zionist District Dinner
laps Tribute to Late Albert Quadnow
dinner of the Miami-
District of the Zionist Or-
on &t America on Saturday
i |, \m <;, will be a tribute
: the founders of the dis-
lato Albert Quadow
linner will take place at the
V MHA. 8800 Mf 8th St.. Miami
the teith annual dinner of
trict, according to .Max Par-
esident.
Ml Ouadow, who was active
li all phases of civic, Jewish,
|and Zionist affairs of the com-
munity, served as a member of
the beard of the Zionist Org.in-
j r> for more than 20 years.
Juring this period, he was ac-
tive in every phase of the work
it the organization, served sev-
eral times as vice president, and
vas also chairman of one of the
annual dinners of the organiza-
tion.
Mr. Quadow was a resident for
I 32 years, and one of the
rl members of Beth David Sy-
I e, ot which he was a past
ii'-ii-nt. He was also past presi-
the Baron de Hirseh Loan
bciety, and active in the Greater
pi in Jewish Federation since
organised.
Mr. Quadow was also affiliated
> with Jewish Vocational
ervice, where he devoted time to
I W-g of the handicapped and
laladjusted He was a past presi-
"t of the Florida Alliance of
B'rith
li. bbi David Shapiro, chairman
H th< Hoard of Governors of the
and medical care at the school.
As a tribute to Mr. Quadow. his
name will be placed in the perm-
anent scholarship board of Kfar
Silver.
in charge of reservations are
Max Parness, Fred Hass, and Rose
Simon.
Continued from Page 1-A
that Israel did not accept the de-
cision. The United States re-
presentative said he was satis-
fied that the decision specifically
excluded the PLO from UN "rec-
ognition." The proposal was
formulated by El Salvador and
Cost Rica and apparently com-
pletely acceptable to the Arabs.
Comay told newsmen alter the
meeting that the most important
element, dealing with non-recogni-
tion was "a positive one" How-
ever, be added, the wording left
uncertain in what capacity the
persons were being invited and
therefore the Israeli delegation
"put on record that the persons
concerned would be invited only
as individuals and not as a dele-
gation." He said the Israeli view-
was supported by the United
States.
The conflict was resumed when
t'arlet Auguste of Haiti, committee
chairman announced he was ready-
to invite Dr. Izzat Tannous. deputy-
chairman of the I'LO. to speak.
I'achachi insisted Tannous he in-
troduced as a PLo representative.
Comay argued that Tannous had
to l>e introduced in terms of the
decision giving a right to a hear-
ing to "persons." When the ar-
gument remained deadlocked, the
committee adjourned the session.
In Jerusalem, Israeli source;
said that the formula under
which representatives of the>
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion will be permitted to address
the special political corrmitte*
of the United Nations actually re-
presented an achievement for Is-
rael's position.
The i tended that the
l.iiu was thai for the fit
the chairman ol the commit! i
form a 11 j stated this year that tho
i hi nf an Arab refu see -
man to speak before a IN com-
mittee does not represent any
form ot recognition.
Report Given
On Trip to Israel
Mrs. George Simon, president,
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue Sisterhood, gave a brief
resume of her recent trip to Is-
rael during the group's first meet-
ing of the new year on Oct. 14
Afternoon also included an art-
dress by Rabbi Tibor T Stern, spir-
itual leader of the synagogue, and
refreshments served in the Sukkan.
Southeast Region of the ZOA,
stated that this tribute is being
given Mr. Quadow in recognition
of his lifetime of service to the
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Friday. October 29. 1955
Rabbi Scores Zionism
And Reform Judaism
Continued from Page 1-A
ism became dominant in the
nineteerh century, said the the-
ologian, a "third option" was
available. Western European
Jews could enjoy full citiienship
rights and "their Jewish status
implied no mor than a religious
classification."
However, Eastern European
Jews, still suffering exclusion from
society, developed a "corporate
Jewish lite with its own folk cul-
ture, folkways and language." said
the lecturer.
Eastern Jews who ceased prac
Udng Judaism, said Dr I'etuchow-
ski. constructed "philosophies of
Jewish existence which regarded
the Jew as a national entity, on
the analogy of the various Eu-
ropean nationalisms of that time."
Thu>. said the speaker, "a radical
break had been made with the
Jewish past" and "the religious
leadership of East European
Jewry, as a whole, greeted the rise
oi modern Zionism with uncon-
cealed hostility." German rabbis
also opposed Theodor Herzi. found-
er of Zionism, said the speaker,
noting that in Jerusalem today "it
is precisely the ultra-Orthodox
Jews who are opposed to the phil-
osophy of Zionism and to the Zion-
ist State."
The Western Jew made his own
radical break, said Dr. Petuchow-
ski. when Reform rabbis declared
in 1885. "we consider ourselves no
longer a nation, but a religious
community." Until the eighteenth
century, said Dr. Petuchowski. "it
would have been unthinkable for
any Jew to separate the so-called
"reLgious' from the so-called na-
tional' elements of Jewish exist-
ence." The Biblical definition, said
Dr Petuchowski. is "a theocracy.
with God as the true Head of State.
and with Israel as a kingdom of
pritsts and a holy nation"
Both Zionism and Reform
Judaism rejected the coming of
the Messiah which had been a
cardinal dogma of traditional
Judaism, said the lecturer. Zion-
ism insisted that man can pull
himself up "entirely by his own
bootstrings," while Reform
Judaism substituted "the belief
in automatic progress and social
meliorism," said the theologian,
neither assuming that "man's ac-
tions are consistantly under the
judgment of God."
If Rabbi Akiba. whom the speak-
er described as "one of the archi-
tects of Classical Judaism." were
to return, "he would not know what
D ake of those and they are
running .> supposedly "Jewish
state' today who speak of the
Jewish People and '" Jewish
hire while denying t:-.'' 1
:,xi and Israel Bui he would
be able to underatan i t
others w h<>. t\ M In % J ism as
.. :,. e red whenet er, in a
I textbook or elw
l.i> iam the two
Is -Jewish People
for the Drst tune in historj.
Dr. Petuchowski, .lows have "the
right not to be a Jew.'" In redefin-
ag the manner in which the) shall
remain Jewish, their Judaism
must be "more than the creation
of the present moment, and must
add the dimensions of time and
space to those of the here and
now.
Rabbi Petuchowski charged
that the sabbath "has virtually
disappeared in many Reform
Jewish circles." He rejected the
excuse of "economic necessity'
in our upper-middle income
bracket" offered by some Reform
Jews as preventing the "sencti-
fication of the sabbath" in their
homes. The speaker contended
that many Jews have "failed to
take the sabbath seriously, be-
cause (they) no longer take God
seriously."
The rabbi related a conversa-
tion with a prominent Reform
Jewish layman who felt that an in-
tensive Jewish education of two
or three afternoons a week would
"interfere" with his children's re-
creation Dr. Petuchowski said that
while he was sympathetic to these
needs of American Jewish chil-
dren, he could not "weep for the
missed baseball game'' but did
weep for the state of mind for
which everything else in the world
is more important than Judaism."
He reminded his audience that
"there were times in our history'
when Jews risked their very lives"
for a chance to study the Torah.
Dr Petuchowski paid tribute to
the American heritage of religious
freedom, noting that "it is one of
the glories of our country that a
man's religious affiliation is his
own business The man who
wants to be a Jew, or a Buddhist
. can be one; and the man who
does not want to be one can refuse
to be one."
Temple Judea of Coral Gables breaks ground
Sunday for its new congregational facilities
on Granada Blvd. and So. Dixie Hwy. Left to
right are Albert Jacobson. chairman of
Groundbreaking Committee; Joseph Krefetz
president of the Temple; Morris Lapidus, archi-
tect; Rabbi Morris Kipper, spiritual leader:
and Victor Reiter. chairman of the Fund-Rais
ing Committee. Construction will begin In I
weeks, with the sanctuary and school pica
for completion by the High Holy Days of 1965
The new site will accommodate som< \
member families.
M
Elder Citizens
Power Studied
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
held a meeting on Wednesday eve-
ning in the Sea Isle Hotel.
Participants in a discussion on
The Political Power of the Elder
Citizen" included Metro D a d e
(unity Manager Porter Homes;
Senior Judge of the Small Claims
Court Raymond ('. Nathan, Dade
County State Representative 1-ee
E. Wei.ssenborn; North Miami
Beach City Manager and former
North Miami Chamber of Com-
merce executive director. Wood-
ward M. "Woody" Hampton; and
Philip Sahl. president. President's
Council of Senior Citizens and gen-
eral manager of the "Four Free-
doms "
Moderator was Walhy cluck, club
president

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Drop Anti-Semitic Reference
i.sl
Co- -Inued from Page 1 A
mo mi..-.' have been moti-
\ ted a Sat iei desire "to i
inu national attention" from
e Soviel suppression of Jewish
, turi ioua life in R u

Anothi pre v speaker was
\ illiara ;' Rogers, the I S dele-
w sai Semitism
li id t and most
torms ol racial
known t<> man He
in fi rms >f
Soviet discrimination against Rus-
- in J< ry. without mentioning
the USSR by name, and added that
the United states "regrets that
anti-Sen i m remains a throat in
certain em oi the world."
He adced that the United states
waa "n : without'" anti-Semitism
liut "a- > work toward the elim-
ination !' other forms of racial
discrim. ation from our national
life. w( ork also to root out anti-
Semitisi
Representatives of a number
of eocntries insisted, after the
vote, that anti-Semitism should
have been included in the draft.
The Brazilian delegate voiced a
strong protest over the fact that
he hec been refused, before the
vote, an opportunity to explain
why his delegation joined with
the Ur -d States to sponsor the
rejectee amendment. He said
Pont Given
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Kdwir Pont, honor student and
musicis: who during Hurricane
Betsy \\;> helpful to neighbors in
storm p.eparations and cleanup
afterwai. s. has received a merit
award from the Dairy Council of
South F..-rida.
The ton of Mr and Mrs Harold
I'ont. 21 S\V 4th Ave is a senior
in Co.. : Gables Senior High
School. >ic has a ten year unblem-
ished avmdance record for Reli-
lous ar.-; Sunday Sch avid, and has won awards for ex-
cellent! n his studies there.
He i- on the Honor Roll at
Gable.-, lays violin in the school
concen orchestra, is orchestra
treasurer, a member of L"Allegro
music b "lor society, and belongs
to Far. medical Club and Allied I
Youth.
The 1 airy Council has a con-
tinuing program to honor meritori-
ous young people in Dade county.
Nominal ons can be sent to Agnes
Edwards nxi N\v ;th St., Miami.
his Government "deems it nec-
essary to condemn arti-Semitism
because it is a disease and the
fountainhead of Naiism." Hi
said Brazil wanted to wipe out
this "disease" to help achieve
"peace in our time and in all
time."
Others speaking out for a strong
-:- ;"1 againsi anl Semitism were
the delegates ol :. the Ncth-
Britain, I anada, B
and Finland
:e the vote Dou Ma
Arthur 2nd, the Assistant Secretary
1 "' '" for Congre si nal lie!..
' 1 I N< h v k Democrat
rd Farbstein, in a letter that
the United States wai determined
to press for Inclusion of a tp
reference to anti-Semitism in the
draft convention.
Rep Farbstein. a member of
the House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, raised the issue in a floor
before the vote in
'he said that
i is 'attempting to exploit
anti Hi al home and
now in the United Nations, to ex-
'' nd its ini into Vfrica and
East." He called the
Soviel ink Zionism with
N'az --:: a n nstration to the
sj "
He said that "one would have
thought that even the Soviet
Union, in its unprincipled pursuit
of political advar*age, would
have been less shocking or, at
leas4, less clumsy.
Can there be any doubt in any-
one's nun I that the Soviet obj
five is to assist the Arabs in their
efforts to destroy Israel0 In men-
tinning Zinnism in the same
breath with Nazism, the Soviet
Union surpassed even its own
sorry record of deceit"
Herman Feldman and Robert Newman, past presidents of
Temple Beth Am, will co-chair the tenth anniversary week-
end to be celebrated by the Temple on Dec. 10 and 11. On
Friday evening, Dec. 10, Rabbi Stanford Seltzer, director of the
Southeast Council of Reform Synagogues which will honor
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard for ten years of service, will
conduct the service. Prominent guest speakers will share the
podium. On Saturday evenina. Dec. 11, a formal dinner
dance will be held at the Deauville Hotel.
Academy Men
Meet Sunday
First neral membership break-
fast meeting of the year of the
Hebrew \cademj Men's Organiza-
tion wil held In the Max Silver-
berg Dii ng Hall of the Academy
this Su aj morning at d 30 a.m.
Oscai Vlamber, chairman of the
Membt lip Committee, -aul that
more tl n ISO new members have
joined I Hebrew Academy Men's
.. in since last June
"A c- r to recruit new mem-
irs now being launched
irovc -; ut the synagogues in the
commi-nity," he said.
Dr. Sj nuel Ersott, professor of
educate at 'he University of
Miami .-id Academy High School
consultant, will be guest speaker.
His topk "ill be "How a Parent
I-ooks the Academy."
Also i be introduced at the
meetu, fc wlU be Leonard Rosen,
chairm. of the Hebrew Academy
18th annual scholarship fund din-
ner, an, Mayor Elliott Roosevelt.
nations honorary chairman for
the dinrer.
RabJ. \lexander S Cross, prin-
cipal o: le Hebrew Academy, will
greet axd install new members.
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MIAMI CHAPTER PRESIDENT
AJC Urges Federal Government To
Study Problem of Cuban Refugee Influx
This photo won first prize
i tatewide in black and white
jortraiture at the 30th annuel
neeting of the Florida Pro-
essional Photographers. Inc..
leld recently in Orlando,
-lerb Williams, of Fireside
Studios, was the decorated
-ameraman. He is the son of
Attorney Nat Williams.
Moadon Opens
Season Here
With Guest Talk
Moadon H< brew speakin club
re, opened its season with a
eel n Saturdaj evening at
shington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ton Vve
ila). president,
M irdi cai Click was principal
. in discussion ol "Sa
ges as Used b> Ue
Click, ,i noted scholar and He
a uthor, has taught in Her-
... Teachers Seminary for 27
\ ars. and is now .i Miami Brach
-ident.
II irrj Perach read and dis-
ssed "Plrkei Yomi."
Mrs Charlos Finkelstein, presi-
dent "t the Greater Miami Chap-
ter, American Jewish Committee,
Wednesday thai .< telegram
ha> i by the dupter to
Vice President Humphre) urging
the attention of the government
.. ,j the many implications i>i
the new influx <>i Cuban refuge* i
The chapter, which is working
with other local agencies, said that
v aization whose goal is
d welcome ai list the Cuban
refugees in the tradition of our
nation, while maintaining a posi-
tive climate in community rela-
Lions m Dade County as well u
in otter areas where refugees will
be ultimately resettled, the Creat-
or Miami Chapter, American Jew
ish Committee, expresses its eon
tern for the many implications of
the anticipated influx of large num-
bers of refugees and therefore
urges
"That immediate and continu-
ing attention or tho state and
federal level be given to the
problems of housing, employ-
ment and education as it affects
the citizens of this community;
That a federal task foi e to in-
i! 11.1. sta in these Melds be
sent tel> to this commun-
ity where they should surves '
total situation, make recommenda-
tions to local, state ami federal
ivernments I r action and pro
grams where deemed necess
and that the} should remain
throughout the course of the cris -
in order to t.n ilitate implcme
tion of any proposed i and
the maintenance ol a positive clim-
ate in which t" receive, assimilate,
and/or relocate the Cuban re
"That m view of the increasing
intergroup tensions related to this
influx, that intercroup relations
specialists from the Community
Kelation.s Service be sent immedi-
ately to the community to be a
cvnUnuinK part of tlie above de-
scribed federal task force. The
Greater Miami Chapter offers its
assistance wherever possible."
Mis. Finkelstein also said that
while this ..sM-taiue of the fed-
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,,i i- deemed wnotaary, much
ol the responsibility lies upon the
i immunlt> iteeJf." and that the
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World Jewish Population at 13,216,000
are shown planning a conclave at West Palm
[to light are Susan Cavell, Beth Torah, vice pies-
i Florida Subregion; Mark Bunim, Temple Emanu-
|t; Nora Feldman, Beth David, secretary; end Sle-
iqer, Beth Torah, president. Southeast Region,
ogue of America.
Members To Meet Sunday
i,i South Florida
tlier ;il West Palm
.study session. The
council and the Jew.
kill be tho subject of
hr tod by Kaiii>i
i;m. of Temple Both
in Beach, which will
more tluin 30<> t >Y
fs of 15 congregations
Hid.i area on Sun-
at K> a.m.
ice will be an all-
iiul include, in adcli-
itudy session, buzz
srfc groups on every
activity. The work
led by" USY chair-
le direction of Mark
pie Emanu-El USY,
snt of the South Flor-
l^iiimser. president of
Region USY. a mem-
Bfcth Torah Congregation,
will lead a plenary session PI
will in toi mutated fi r the forth-
coming national United Synago
i i ention lo !" held in Wash-
ington, U. C, to which all of the
i -v leader will be delegates.
In addition, the Beth David re-
presentatives will have an op
portunity to describe Iheir week-
end winch will be held Nov. -'.">
through 28.
Chartered buses will leave from
Undo and Broward County and
converge on Temple Beth I'l in
lime for tin- opening service OB
SuiMtny II 10 a.m. Uincti will he
served by the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood and greetings will be
extended to the I'SY'ers by Joseph
Toyzer. president of Beth El Con-
gregation. The conference is un-
tffer Ue direction of Rabbi Allen
liutclnk director of the Southeast-
ern Region United Synagogue
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ui i 150.000 in Argentina (with
100,0 i in Bw it- Vires), 130 000 in
Braz I, 50.1 00 in Uruguaj. and 30,-
.n Chile,
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Jews are France, 500.000; Great
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H|3 ACRE ESTATE WITH 1200 FT. BOARDWALK,
KRINA. FISHING PIER, 2 SWIMMING POOLS,
JH0PS, RESTAURANT. COCKTAIL LOUNGE.
WSCAYNE BAY AT 15th ST./MIAMI BEACH/JE 2-4461
Britain. 450,000; Canada. 367.000: tho Jewish community in Spain lo
Rumania. 140.000: South Africa. between 4.000 and 6.000 persons
116,000; Morocco. 83.000; Hungary,-----
80,000; Iran. 80.000; Australia, 67.-
000.
In Cuba, 1964 marked a further
decrease in Jewish population to
2.750, Political unrest in Latin
American countries led to a cer-
tain amount oi migration from one
country to another, and some im-
migration abroad.
The great influx of immigration
from North Africa to France has
stopped bul a small flow still con-
tinues. There has also been some
emigration to span, mainly from
North Africa, bringing the size <>t
Miami Beach
Cbasfal
^Sowers
ABIDTUIIITC
APARTMENTS
Editor to Speak
Here Monday
Paul M Hruiin. editor of the Mi-
ami Beach Reporter, ill be fea-
tured speaker at the North Shore
p.'nai B'rtth meeting at Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan As
sociation Auditorium, 1133 Norman-
dy Dr., on Monday evening.
Pri Mam Chairman Irvine C
- ear has announced lhal Bruun's
topic will be "Your Miami Beach."
.lack v Burstein, president of the
lodge, will conduct the meetin*.
row e ks
apartments"
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ml
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Perfectly situated, wilhin minutes driving time from cown-
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throughout. Entrance foyer. Large livingroom set off from eve-
larger Florida room by Bahama-style columns. Living area look?
out onto 28x14-foot screened and roofed patio and lovely
nestled garden. Just enough greenery to soothe and not tc
bother the non-gardening-minded. Unusually large eat-in kitch-
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beautiful condition. Owner must vacate within month. Both a
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Friday. October 29. 1965
'3
ions
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*3L'D*TH ACHIM. Lombardy Hotel.
6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
i .\ p ti. Salurdaj 8 .. m U
p m.
----- -----
GLDATH ISRAEL 7801 Canyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
----
A.-AVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
i mi One* H
An. lay 8
I :.ir \) it /.\ .i h Jay lr\ Ilia
I-
----- ----
IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
ervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipson.
i p.m. 1 > MitsvaJ She
Mi Mm Ben
I a Herim.n rii- Enalaa M
i*- s. I iu -Li-. i j, y Bai
'.f Mr ami lira.
Rabl
I \V P.m.. Jt! r .'.".l.-.l t'V
on of Mra Evelyn Smith and
a ..-.- Mr M Ith
-----
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I .i m
T! P II Study
p in
----
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Ween.
i-rid \ 5 SO p in Balurdaj 9 a.m
i ion Flood Tll< Betl 1
< open aaaalons Sat jr i.is af-
i ona '. '.'- I in.I S i' in
-----
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
r'*;ii.t> ". :ti |i in Saturday SO i m
Sermon "The Patient FMsura "f *
Batf-Rlshteoua Man."
--------
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.Art.
Friday .it sunae! Raturda) 8 16 m
Berinoii: "A Modern Kl.....i" Diacua
nii*i at 1:46 p.m Portion of the
Law 11 rasloi al SO p m No
< 1 Itikllt.-OllS "
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
"3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Pnday (1:15 p.n Sermon The Rab-
bi .<-nil :h.- Night Club .-sit
S *' a m
crvices
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
3 Heshvan 5:22
*
J Itis lAJeekend
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackcvsky.
---- ----
BETH TORAH -64th St. and NE nth
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jacob Renier.
I ,.-'>.
s>i '.; B)*i aMltzvah i:-.l
: all and Mrs. Herl
Pota
..ih M sli
\l
.1 IK I V' \ > l
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washingtr.n Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern.
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abraham Salt.
.
n The 0 -''
Mlizvah h..... w n I Mi and i -
S..I-.in. n Ki>< I
LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf Cantor Ernest Field.
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
OMEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
l'rid.i p.m. 8
Three CU f Humane.'
- i p m
a
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan-
B'NAl RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
I I' i" .. II.
-------a
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencv.eig.
----
FLAGLSR GRANADA. 5C NW 51st
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros*
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
-------a -------
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
-------a-------
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
ay SO p.m Saturday a.in.
Mm.-ha 5 p.m Rabbi Oroaa to .i.llverl
the >iin..n
-----a-----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
-------a-------
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or- JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY;
Hebrew Lesson
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md rrnnv ,wi "is1? .izv
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nr-n nip 'zrz .3ins trtfutt.
trip nr nss;i3 ts ~rr riy
nilo^ii "risa no-'jna nr-ntf
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mnwn in mn D'-ptn "naa
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c*n-j iK3 nnnx ,nBT .-n-_
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nrxr .-.::= ---; r.zz~:
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Tof n*n -;<; nan Kin t
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.TTOB DJ n-n- 131 -s-:;-l
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butter-soft cni!Sne kid wtth a sett
Thou Shalt Honor the Aged
It ia unltcn in the Bible: "Thou
shalt ris*- before the htian.- head."
RiM before the owner of white
hair, before an old man. "Thou
shalt honor the aged" give re-
aped to the aged.
The old man has experience of
life and therefore is always re-
ed as wiser than other men.
In ancient times, there existed in
every city a council of elders
v huh decided on matters of tradi-
tion, customs and relations be-
tween man and his fellows The
honor ol the aged is one of the
1110M ethical and refined of cus-
toms.
Our young country is making
many efforts to give the aged a
feeling f well-being in Israel.
How do we observe this com-
mandment today'' The municipal-
Ities invite on their own account
once a year tens of taxis and pri-
vate ears In these vehicles, the
old people go for a trip in the coun-
try Care is taken to insure a com-
fortable trip, guides and refresh-
ments on the journey. The first to
inaugurate this enterprise was the
Haifa municipality. After it. came
(ither cities, and today there is
hardly a city or country town in
Israel which does not run this pro-
ject The aged person in Israel
Should feel he is very much want
ed So it was always in Israel and
SO it should be now.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
Emanu-EI Men
To Hear Speakers
Harold Segal, president of the
Temple Kmanu-KL Brotherhood
announced this week that the or-
. ini/.iiiiin v next dinner meeting
will take place on Wednesday eve-
ning, Nov 3. at the Temple Audi
torium.
Guest speaker* will be Mayor
Flliott Roosevelt, whose sul
will be "Ethical Government
and Dr. Seymour Alter man. who
recently returned from Russia. He
will discuss .Medicine Behind the
Iron Curtain."
bow and tne new iuunu .* -
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi-
ami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis
Goodman.
i- ., p.n I... ti sen :"
., in la Hi. 8> nafofue ^;i-
ng !.. Y" it!. Sa lurdas 'a m
Ail.mi mill Noah a Con-
In Pi mortalities
-------a
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
acrvative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
FrM iy 3 and 13 p m Bai mon 'if
v..u Were lha Only One m 11>
World School children lo be conae-
crated Saturday v tS a.m Bar Mtta-
\.,:i sfasrvtn eon Mr nci \'.- ii\
Ins Palonleckl.
--------
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Retorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Fiida) s '" i1 '" Sermon Will
berg be the Noah ol Oui Tim.'.'
Will the IN Become Otir Ark ..( Bur-
% val?" Saturday l" <" am Bar Miii-
vmh: Saul, son of Mr and Mra Leon- ,
ard Adelman; Steven Shulman vn >.f
Mr- I'.. \..rl> ThoBsM
TEMPLE BETH TOV 6431 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman.
PYida) S:U an.i l:l( p.m Weeklj
Savbbath dlacouna by Rabb Glixman
Saturday a m
---------
TEMPLE B'NAl SHOLOM 16800 N W
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Bee Up n StMTiilardH
..r JudaTlna Vour Seiahboi Slater-
hood i" aponaor Ones Shabbat Bat-
iii-day 80 .< m
--------
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 170' Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Kri las 5 p m Kabbalat Bhal bai
i tpenlna :-'-' rt ol >i
p.m Sermon ''Judalam and CSiriatlan-
s \ n. w BTncounti
I in Annual conai i atWm aerva
...... "W beIj
Hon i atudenta <'f Solo-
mon i '.!\ s. hoi l and w
da) S< i.....I to i
ra' ad
a ------
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Retorm Rabbi
Joteph R. Narot.
, \ ;". i> in Bi Rabl
lilve Me I alth "
a
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Friday R:1S i voted i" Jewian mualc (..; the Temple
and li'n. Onea Shaboal followi
e
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz-
Errlda) servlcea x IS p.m Baturd
.. in Bar Mltavah Mai tin aoi
Mr and Mra Bamuel Levin Bennon
n kly Portion."
----
TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Kriiiav v i". p.m Sermon The Bcu-
menl inoll and 'in- Ji
Qu< itlon
a
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
1755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
l-Yi.i i -. IS p in al w i .1-
'.Tili SI Tribute i"
ma
f 'I if I.il..rl '.
a
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
- 'I'll. I -i
nf T
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Ben Dickson.
to a. hli >. Ha ii da r M
mon i Bar Mlti
Mi ai
it i ii
e
TEMPLE ZION 8000 M,ll*r Rd Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
__ _____,..... i"aBBSBBer
SYNOPS.S OF THE TORAH PORT.ON OF THE WEEK-NOAH
Noah and his wife behold a rainbow in the sky: God's
promise never to destroy mankind.
GO forth from the ark. thou, and thy wife" 'Gen IM).
NOAH-\oah was commanded to build an Ark ***l"}u'\.l"\
,hc Rood thai would overwhelm the cart. In the Ark he Plac
Ss Wife and three SOUS. Shem, Ham. and Japhcth. tOgethe With
their wives; also two ol each species ol creature on earth one
male and one female to perpetuate the specie, (aevea were al-
lowed for the species that were ritually clean).
The Hood that covered the earth drowned all Uvtaj thin*
except those In the Ark wW* Noah After year, the w.,u-i; re-
ceded and the earth dried Noah let all the creatures out j* fee
\,k thai they mighl be fruitful and multiply on earth He sac
mu-'ed in thanksgivin. to God God. for His part, pn rne N*
Sa He would never again send a flood that wouW fee
earth The sign for this agreement, or covenant. .> the ram. >w
Man increased and spread over fee world; in the Und of
Stanar they sought to rmild a tovwr whose peffl louTd reach a
heaven Here, thes thought to concentrate all the earth lHpu-
latkm. But God. irked at mans presumption, confused .heir
speech Prevtoual) all men had spoken one Language Nov the)
spoke various languages; not being able to understand each
other, they could not v.o.k together, and fee b..nd.nu ., the
Tower of Babel ceased
Terah, the father of Abram. tame to llaran
This racounting ot the Weekly Portion of tha Law It ex-
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the JewW
Haritaga" adifed by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Sbengold. and tha volume is availabla af 27 William St.. New
York S, N.Y. President of fhe society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
or
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
More Fragmentation.
Not Consolidation?
KABBI lANDAI'
6500 N Miam,
Rabbi Henry
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Ave. Conservative.
Wermck

i met si.
bj Si--- '......I
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Prtda
of Ufa Mini ha
U in followi d b>
By RABBI SOL LANDAU
Bath David Congregation
The Jewish people has been the
historic body organism of Gods
Covenant with Israel For more
than 3.000 years, the Jewish com-
munity has been the instrument
of learning, observing and living
the Jewish value-concepts that
make up that Covenant.
In the course of diaspora history,
many Jewish communities were
created and be
came powerful
bodies because
they had estab
Ushed almost au-
tonomous forms
of self-govern
ment. The com
m u n i t i e s of
Gaonic Babylon
ia. Golden Spain,
Medieval '" e r
many, and the
Four Council
Poland are ei
amples in point.
In more recent times, the Bast
Furopean "ahtetl" and the Weal
Furopean "gemeinde" were forms
ol self-regulating governmental
units
Wo Volunleerism
In this country, the year 16S4 saw
the first Jewish settlers establish-
ing a congregation However, the
hulk of American Jewry did not
come here until the end of the 19th
century, when more than two-mil- ]
lion immigrated between 1880 and
:! i Consequently. American :
Jewry is very young and has not
been able thus far to establish a
truly representative voluntary ,
community, while the constitution
.1 separation of ohurfJh and state
i \i hided an authoratative com
niunity body However, until the
\er increasing speed of mobility, I
fee establishment of suburbia and
exurbia, the Jewish neighborhood
had taken the plate of fee Jewish
community per se. ah this i~ pan
ol past history.
The acculturated overwhelming
Ij native American Jewish com
niunity has to rely for its future
on the home and those institutions
which used to make up the neigh
borhood, such aa the synago
the religtOUS SCbOOl, the old
home, fee hospital and the other
educational and philanthropic In
stitutions,
Paced With fee threat of gnaws
assimilation and internal
pity, these institutions must
carry the main onus of Jewish liv-
ing, with very little support from
the Jewish home In addition, they
are faced with a seriou< lack ol
professional stall of SOCial work-
ers, teachers and rabbin. Thus,
every effort must be exerted to
consolidate resources of RUapOWesJ
and finances Existing conditions
aaem to endanger the poseibtutjfj
of its realisation
Special Caution
As a newcomer, U U> be
particularly obvious thai a rapidly
growing communit) such .s Miami
must l>e especiallj cautu lo ti\<'
its Jewish community a :"..l and
strong base Yet with each day,
there seem to be new congrega-
tions and other institutions or-
ganized ..t the expense >i those
i ad> existing and w itfaoul anj
real survej and plan ol their needs
or those of the community. The
question must therefore i raised
whither we are nail' ed in
saving and making Jewish "souls
or In undirected and competitive
snatuhing of members Does the
Miami Jewish communit> plan as
I community to conserve the
much-reduced energies -i man-
power, finances and professional
staff, or does it simply function as
i group of private enterprises un-
related to one another''
Are we in danger of further frag-
mentation instead of consolidation
by strengthening such community
organisations aa the Fedanstkn
Bureau of Jewish Education, RatV
binieal Association, and working
wife discipline and aim on the best
k.nd of Jewish life for tomorrow
Wew Council Needed
Perhaps we need to foi n ,t lot i
synagogue council that will con-
sist of tin- existing congregationa
that will Im- truly representative
of its membership and ^ U jointly
determine and implement tha task
at hand Perhaps then the pro-
ids will be fulfilled. And
1 H ill put \|\ spil II ;I. J Had VI'
shall live
Tli; I
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DR MAX LII
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mi Institute Due at Beth David
Ljnr1.ni. spiritual lead-
ed congregation, will
rK of eight weekly
.,, Both David
f -Judaism and
,,! hi- conducted
1:30 p in weekly, with
tial hour following.
n w$ oprd P*t>"-
tk with an irsairwural
Morton Sieve', ""
United Syr9ue
on Jewish Eouca-
dijcussed "Judaism
it Missile Age."
thus
II
lci-ture
[in times
SORROW
-tas
ixpress what word*
cannotl
WK Si .n v>\ir\THT
l INYWHBBl
itic Gortons
Miami beach
516 532-3361
ICORAL 5ABIES
60S : 123
000 FT. IAUDERDAII
51 FR 1-7398
Iman unveiling
he dedication of *
)met to the memory
of the lite
RTHA BUSMAN
take plice Sunday,
Doer 31. at 1 p.m. at
SINAI CEMETERY
i Rabbi Solomon SchiH
officiating,
i and relatives aro
liked to attend,
nument erected by
|LB MONUMENTS
Tuesday will examine the Jewish
concept of family and marriage
Other lectures scheduled in the
forum series include.
November 9 Jewish Views
on Intermarriage and Conversion.
November 16 Jewish Con-
cept on Separation and Divorce.
November 23 Physical Rela-
tion in Marriage.
November 30 Parent-Child
Relations: Karty Years.
December 7 Parent-Child
i Relations: Adolescence.
December 14 Marital Ad-
justments and Conflicts.
December 21 Summary.
A program primarily for worn-
, en opened last Wednesday morn-
ing at 10 30 am. with registra-
tion and a review by Rabbi Landau
ol his l>ook. "Length of Our I>a>s "
This coming Wednesday, a series
B'noi lion Meeting
Ii n.ii /mm h to hold Its open-
nig meeting ol the season "n
Thursday, x p.m., ;it Washington
r..l. 1234 W.i shin .:ton Ave
Chairman is A Reiser, of 626
Ocean Dr Gar son W Denglo, i
member of the National Executive
Conunitti hi lesl speak-
er
of seven sessions in beginning and
intermediate Hebrew will be given
from 930 to 10:30 a.m.. following
which Kalibi landau will discuss
"Jews. God and History." by Max
I. Dotnont.
Also scheduled is a series of four
businessmen's breakfasts begin-
ning Tueday. Nov. 9. at 8 a.m.. with
a discussion of "The Jewish Way
of Life."
Women's league for Israel
The Women's league for Israel
met Oct. 21 at the home of its pres-
ident. Mrs. Faye Tupler, 3 Island
Ave., Belle Isle
New board members added were
Mrs. Alex Dellersin, Mrs. Rose
Hochstin. Mrs Elizabeth Richman.
Mrs Emma Ratner and Mrs. Harry
Kapell. secretary.
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* Jen 1st ncrMtor
Friday, October 29. 1955
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Goldberg Recites Blessing Over Fruit of the Vine
READ in
'the paper
thai Ambjssj-
dr>r Goldberg
r a 1 s c (t his
wine -up at
the reception
to the Presi-
dent and
members of
the I'nited Nations, and recited
in Hebrew the prayer. "Bore
I llagefen." Blessed art
Thni. (i Lord, who created the
frui- of the \111e.
Jews have manv of these
short blessings. There is one for
wine, another tor water, one
for bread, another for eating
cake, I think the Lord must like
then better than the regular
prayers. They are .-horter and
do not ask for any favors or
handouts, They just praise God.
It goes to show a healthier
climate of tolerance in the
world that Ambassador Gold-
be ru could do what he did. Our
generation has seen some ter-
rible things, but maybe we are
coming out of the darkness.
Two cannibals were talking.
One said to the other. "1 don't
like my mother -in-law."
"So eaj the noodles instead."
said the second.
We have progressed from that
Stag* We are not eannibals any
longer. Some do not view their
mothers-in-law with favor but
they have no wish to consume
or digest them in a biological
way. We are not consistent, to
be sure. A friend remarked the
Other day that the Hindus will
not suffer the slaughter of a
COW; >et they have no qualms
alwut killing men in war.
It is the goal of the I'nited
Nations to correct such things
In letters engraved ("i stone on
the -rounds of the United Na-
tions 111 Now York are inscribed
the words of the prophet Isaiah
alwut the commit of the tune
when nations will no more
learn the art of war' and men
will turn their swords into
ploughshare* "
If members Of the United Na-
tions were taught Hebrew, they
would able to read the book of
Isaiah in Hebrew. There are
some uod Hebrew teachers
around the United \
There are Mr. Goldbei
Foreign Minister. Gold Meir
who used to be a school I.
in Wisconsin.
Isaiah was really the father
of the idea of a United Y
and more than that, of what
might be called a united people,
hood. "My house shall
house of pra>er for all na-
tions," he said.
In time, the members ,,. ^
United Nations could
the studS Of the pi,.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
U.S. Official Views Negro Anti Semitism
Washington
THROUGH A controversial analysis of the roles
' irt Negroes and Jews in American business. Eu-
gene P. Foley. Assistant Secretary of Commerce,
and former Administrator of the U.S. Small Busi-
ness Administration, has provoked debate among
sociologists and historians.
Mr. Foley's article. 'The Negro Businessman
in Search of a Tradition." was prepared for pub
lication in the winter issue of the scholarly journal
of opinion. "Daedalus."
A sweeping assertion by Mr. Foley alleges that
Jews "abound" in business not only in Negro neigh-
borhoods "but Jewish merchants abound in most
sections of any city."
"As an ethnic group, they (the Jews) are three
times as heavily represented in American com-
merce as any other group, and. of course, are lo-
cated almost entirely in metropolitan areas. Of all
the Burepaafl immigrant groups, the Jews are the
only people with a trading background," he said
Mr Foley went on to cite statistic purporting
to show mercantile tendencies that distinguished
Jews from the "general pattern" of America's la-
borers and farmers. He said that "in their native
countries, most Jews were engaged in trading,
manufacturing, or mechanical pursuits. For
example, the first Russian census of 1897 showed
that one third of the Russian Jews were trades
men. another third were engaged in manufacturing
and mechanical pursuits, one fourth were unskilled
laborers and five percent were professionals."
"The Jews, therefore, had an advantage over
other immigrants in America's business culture,"

Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel is Very Security Conscious
Jerusalem
there are very few countries
in the free world .1- security
conscious .is Israel Figures of the
defense budget are never publish
. mi are know n only to the
or bo members of the Km
curitj a 1 om-
e, Intinerariea ol the H
-I State ami often even <>f the
Prii not disclosed in advance and
mIv would dream ol pri lation on ll
nts and 1 nl ol the Israel Def<
ept. ol > ourse as colorful descripi
oi the annual Independence Day parade.
Though many Israelis, and particular^ news
papermen often feel that the authoni.es mainta
a si mewhat exci I In this matter, it is gen
erally appreciated thai there are few nation- in
the world with such enormous securitj problems
and at the same time m vulnerable to the efforts
ci i nent) Intelligence
one of the most secret spheres of Israel's se
curity affairs is, quite understandably, the Secret
Service winch is mentioned with awe in professional
circles on both sides of the Iron Curtain. It was
only in recent year- that its existence became a
subject to lie mentioned in the press, but the ident-
ity of its chiefs, though known to many Israelis,
was never mentioned in print.
It was therefore with considerable surprise
when Israelis opened their papers recently and
found a lengthy news item reporting that Mr. laser
Rare] (Halpertn), former Chief of Intelligence, had
been appointed top Security Affairs Advisor to
Prime Minister Kshkol and when next day the
papers blossomed forth with pictures of this until
quite recently so mysterious personalitj act
panied by vivid descripi his pas) achieve
meats and the causes of his falling-oul with the
then Premier Beniiurion
i terestinglj Mr Harel's ap|
as Securitj Ml A Pi me Mini
Kshkol is the implementation oi a recommendation
.'. committee ap| ointed by Mr Bei
Gurion following Mr Harel's resignal as C
ol Intelligence This committee con former
Chief ol stall and now well-known archeoli ) pi
feasor V'igael Yadin and former Secretarj to the
Cabinet Zee* Sharef was to abolish the poel
"Chief of Securitj Services, as for example of the
various Intelligence and Secrel Services, separation
between the tasks and duties ,>f these services, and
establish a coordinating committee Insti
At the same time the committee recommended
that instead of Uie "Chief" who was both the top
commander of the Intelligence Services and ad-
visor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense
on matters of Intelligence, the Government should
appoint a Security Advisor to the Prime Minister
who should not be directly involved in the opera
tional side of these matters and therefore be in a
more objective position in evaluating intelligence
affairs and advising the Prime Minister in these
matter-
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Small Jewish Community in Norway
THE SMALLEST Jewish community in
' Scandinavia is Norway. Altogether
there are about l.ooo Jews in Norway,
of whom 400 reside in Oslo, the capital
of the country-. There is a small syna-1
jrogue in Oslo, and another one in Trond
heim. the second city where Jews main j
tain an organized. There is no rabbi in
the country, and when Marcus Lewin.
the top Jewish community leader in
Norway, died recently in Oslo, a rabbi had to come all
the way from Denmark to conduct the funeral services.
There is also no shochet. since kosher slaughtering
is forbidden in N'crway on the ground that the shechita
method is inhumane The Jews in Norway do not suffer
ninth from the pr> hibition of shechita. since very few
f them observe kashrut For those who insist on kosher
meat, the community in Oslo maintains a deep freezer
with kosher meat brought in from Denmark The meat
1. sold only on Tfeundeys and on the days before Jewish
holidays Malzoh is not being baked in Norway because
the community is too small to maintain a matzoh bakery;
however the Jewish COmmunit) imports its matzoh from
abroad. The communit> maintains | cantor tor the syna
gogue, which is closed 00 weekdays but open on Saturdays
Hut even on Saturday one can hardh find a dozen
Jews at the synagogue services However, on Roth
Hashona and Yum Rippur, the synagogue is overcrowded
The community in Oslo usually brings a rabbi from
abroad for the High Holy Days. ;m,| pay, mm a V(.rN
high sum for his two weeks st.iv and for his services
The Jews have no prayer book of their own, but they
import their prayer books from Denmark because the
Danish language is rerj similar to the Norwegian.
according to Foley. "Despite this ;|
vantage and the advantage of native
whites, there have been many busi
ni'.s,. successes from each ethnic
group, and no Negro business successes to I latch
the degree of success of the other groups s
feelings about Jews do not explain either the la< k ol
Negro merchants in non-Negro sections of the nty
or the failure of Negro merchants to exploit
obvious advantage in the Negro ghettos
The former Small Business Administrator re-
ported that "the most common explanations \.
give for the failures of Negro business develop
an-: il Lack of capital because of prejudice 'm
the part of bankers, and (2) Unfair compeutioa
lrom Jewish merchants."
Mr. Foley said that in 1947. Fred A. J
President of the St Louis Business League. Him-
med up the situation as follows. "A Negro un
hardly rent a store fur business in his own 1
borhood because the Jew has thought ahead ol
When the Jew sees the drift of the Negro
Don he steps in and bins up the strategn
and spots for the Jew He rents to the who]
to the retail sales outlet He supplies ever)
-lore in the Negro belt from his wholesale bo
Oomsnentlng on this. Mr. Foley said "th
no doubt that Jewish merchants are aggress
petitors and abound in the ghettos. Drake ai
ton reported thai in 193>. about three fourths I the
merchants in BronzevUse (sic) were Jewish I
more stores are owned ba Jews than i
ethnic group The same is true in Phila lelpl Ne-
gro areas "
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Testing a Friend
IF YOU WOULD lil
' friend gift Hoc Chrtstn
find you gave bin a '
book e.dled "The Jew and till
'I he book is written oj
Runes an.I published bj l ic P
cal Library, is Pas- 1
York City, it contains som<
t statements about the waj ani
gut started,
It is the contention of Dr Runes thai il
Century a cluster of bishops deUberatet) n
what Jesus had presented and rvprcsetitd an rsused the
Jews to be stigmatised ,
In the words of the writer, the church lead '
"put the mark of perfidy on the name and title of '*_">
Jew" and Started the pogrom parade down t..... "^
Dr. K unes is not too sanguine about the :S ^
ing made by the Vatican Council to rectif) '' "'*"'*
against the Jew After tracing the grim red :"*'
saires and persecutions of the Jews, he declares
don't need any dialogue with the Christians The oes
they have to offer they have demonstrated in two IM*
sands years of abuse ... All we ask them is to cess*
maligning us in print and in the spoken word, lo ti ar ou
of their school booke the vicious, nialevolci.'
oi the Jews as killers of Cod.'' f h.5
Now an American. Dr. Runes lost members ot n
family to the Na/i savages, and he deplores th. fact
during Hitler the church was silent Indeed, he feels '^
Christian doctrines ignite anti Jew ishness, and in a
ter remonstranee, he asks Uie leaders of Cll .
"Is sour faith so weak ... that you must ***?
Jewish hate story as part of your theologicJ structure.
"Van you have no gOSpel without gall .f
"Not a Sunday goes by without your lesson
and contempt against the people of l-'1 "ou '
the words of JaSUS the Hebrew, of love to VOW BOS
but you can't even love His own people ,0
"No religion except the Christian has internoven ^
its theology so gruesome a chapter as that cal
Jewish crime of crucifixion." ..mJ
As I said, this is a strong book It WOUW be "
_______ft ,,;1in kid with a sett-Dow ana "~


October 29. 1965
>Jmis9ifhricBcm
Paqe 15 :.
1W0 BALfOUR LtONAKD KOSfN LIONARD KOStH
Rosens Receive Israel Freedom Award;
Lord Balfcur Due Here For Presentation
Ur ami Mrs LaJOtiard Rosen
, .: lo be f.rM rv-
UwittofhV Lord Balfour-lsracl
Freedom Aa
Btwii pre* lei Templt Men-
n ol the Greater
ifftel Bond Oi nitatlon for the
.past two years when Hie commun-
itvachii'vt'd record levels ol bond
I
Mrs. Rom" i immediate past
president of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women and, with her hus-
Mnd, has been an active leader
ki the Temple and on behalf of
Israel Bonds.
tbramowitz, splr-
I Temple Menorah.
I a ard will Ir-
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Balfour, who
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Boean, nrtajrainl oi the Gulf
American Lan Aniu-ica, served as chairman of
the (Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization for the two-year period
1963-6-1 He has also been promin-
ent in the leadership of the Com
blued Jewish Apra-al un behalf of IMA for many years
In announcing the award. Hahhi
Alramowitz eipl'tawd pride in the
selection of Mr and Mrs Rosen
as fir-t recipients of the Lord Hal-
four Israel Freedom Award.
As president of the Gulf Amer-
ican Land Corporation, Rosen
has guided his organization from
a handful of employees in 1957
to a multi-million dollar nation-
wide operation today.
Prior to hii mg the land
development field, Rosen ma le
niche in the business world
through his direction and opera
tain of the Charles Antell Cosmetic
Compan) in Baltimore, lid.
The Earl of Balfour is scion of
the first Karl who was the author
ol the Balfour Declaration, a mile-
stone in the creation of Israel He
has visited Israel twice. In Great
Britain, he is honorary president
of Youth Ahvali
He is a prominent industrialist in
his native Scotland an<| has held
prominent posts in the govern-
ment
Dr. Lipschitz
To Chair Lecture
At Barry College
Dr. Max l. psehitz, spiritual
leader .I B< Ih I ul.ill < uniin .
lion, will be chairman al the Barry
. -.-nes to Im- held
this i uesda) night, 8 p.m.,
al Barrj College Auditorium
Guesl lecturer will lie William
l Ubrij ht. world n nowned Bibli-
cal ..i chaeoloi. | and former
re Professor Ol Semitic l.all- '
s .it the Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity.
He ha I also served tor n years
as director <>f the American School
ol Oriental Research in Jerusalem |
and In ided many archaeological
expeditions
He I- one ot the world's foremost
authorities on Biblical archaeolog)
and the first to declare that the
Dead Sea Scrolls were the find of
the century.
Rabbi Lipschitz, who received
his doctorate in (entities, was
chosen by Barry to be chairman
of this lecture.
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Continued from Page 1-A
of the long campaign in which a
new group, David Ben-Gurion s
Israel Workers List (Rafi), is
challenging the Eshkol leader-
ship at the Mapai-Ahdut Avoda
alignmert, while another group,
Gahal, uniting Herut and the
General Zionists, is contending
for supremacy at the polls.
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l ol urged voti rs to give the Mapai-
\iid-.it \\ e enough to enable his group
to form a coalition government
"without making it necessary to
give far-reaching concessions to
minor parties."
A group ol Vlapal veterans was
disclosed Honda} to have met with
former premier David Ben-Gurion
in a bid to heal the party breach
after the Nov. 2 municipal ami
Parliamentary elections The party
leaders spoke with Ben-Gurion for
more than an hour. At one point
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proposed formation of a commit-
tee of three to arbitrate the dis-
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former Ben-Gurion. To this Ben-
(lurion reportedly commented,
"very well, but they should be
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Miami. Florida, Friday, October 29. 1965
Sectior. 3
Eleven Clubs Honor Mrs. Lehrman
OJ pcaniii a o< Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman presented to her at a
.ur.checn o! tribute in her honor on Wednesday at the Fon-
:cinblecru Hotel. Ten organizations in Greater Miami joined
Temple Emanrf-El Sisterhood in the tribute. The painting will
r.cr.g in Dr and Mrs. Lehrman's home.
Deed Club Maps Tenth
Anniversary Celebration
Members of ten women's or-
ganizations in Greater Miami join-
ed Temple Krranu-Kl Sisterhood
to honor Mrs. Irving Lehrman at
a luneheon on Wednesday noon at
the Fontainobleau Hotel
Sisterhood originally planned to
honor the wife of the Temple's spi-
ritual leader "for 20 years of de-
dication and service" all on their
own. But when the other leading
organizations here heard of their
plans, they asked to join in the
celebration.
The capacity event included
union, sponsors, in addition to Sis-
terhood, the Federation of Jewish
Women. Women's Division of
American Te.hnion. B'nai B'rith
Women. Women's American ORT.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. American Friends of the Heb-
rew I'niversitv Women's Division.
Also National Women's League
of United Synagogue of America.
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, State
ot Israel Bonds. Board of Trusties
of Miami Beach library, and Wom-
en's Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal
At the celebration, a piece of
engraved silver was presented to
Mrs Lehrman, .is well as an oil
painting Of herself to be hung in
her home
"All about Belle" was the theme
of a show written for the occasion
and directed by Trixie Levin. Par
tuipants included the Mesdames
Arlenc Harris, RiU Burns. Hope
Pomerance, Martha Stern. Helene
Korctzky. Hortense Ball and Dor
ris Cohen Mrs. Goldie Goldstein
was narrator, with choreography
by Barbara Buscy and Millie
l>raizar as musical director.
Mrs. Lehrman is the daughter
M Dr and Mrs. Israel Goldfarb, of
New York City, former president
(.1 the New York Board of Jewish
Rabbis and a nationally known
composer of Jewish and synagogue
music.
She has served as i- member of
tlie Hadas.sah National Speakers
Bureau, and was founder-president
ol the Henrietta Szold Chapter "f
Junior Hadassah in New York City
'Locally, she is a number ot the
Her/1 Group. Miami Beach Hadas-
sah. As well as speaking for Hadas-
s; h. Mrs. Lehrman has also ad-
dressed audiences on behalf of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Mrs Lehrman served as presi-
dent of the Israel Fritrflander clas-
ses of New York City and s*r --d
Continued on Paft 2-B
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Mrs Sheldon Spector is presi-
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I hi Deed iuo numbers only IS
members, including Mrs Joan Al-
bert Mn Dennis Cartin. MM
Stanley Cohen, Mrs Herman Hal-
perin. Mrs Paul Jay, Mrs Norman
Klein. Mrs Dorothy Michel
Mrs Irvine Miller. Mrs AI Podvin,
Mrs Jack Rubin, Mrs Judith SI
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Mrs Leonard Wolfe
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\\i the other
.' honor was
i.i n exec-
: tl Wei
i : D ide '
-.!,!- -
Ql ot
\ v.
luded such localites
Henrj King stan-
rsitj ot Miami; Gen.
I \ Evans United
le < ounty; Dr. and
W Lancaster she 1
" the Junior League of
Miami Dr Henrj McGinnia.
cean of the School of Social
C Uege; Mr and
'rv Leon Kaplan, representing
;h( Greater Miami Jewish Fed
Udge and Mrs Ben J
' f the Daclc Countv
Court
Mid Mis. Arthur Rosi
"J" tivi director of Fe-i
and Mrs Hayden C
"" dean, University of
ia"li School Of Medicine. Sis
*r M Flame and Sister M "
"nUfc, board members of the
^"">H and of the Department
**ology, Barry College; Mr
of the R< "'< tion Group S<
.:. i mmittee for tht O
and ki livi din li r ol the
VM and WHA Dr and Mrs H
Wiliiami i Cni-
\, rsitj 'ollege, Cnr crsit
. Mi an.; Mrs I eon 11 I
er. executive director,
r am .ii d I ildren Si rvice;
I Hi | n Lotz III -\i
Icons ir. charge ol the Govern
inert Research Council for the
Mia.in < hambcr ol < ommerc<
And OH and on
Receiving guests with Budd
an I Iris were Mr Kinkelstem s
parents Mr and Mis Otto Fink
elstein Also his sister, Mr-
Nance Wyman; Iria' parents. Mr.
and Mrs. David Schuham; and
Mr and Mrs Snlnc> BfrOOSOIl
all of Miami.

Testimonial banquet is being
given Saturday in honor of Dr.
Arthur H. Weiland at the Deau-
sille Hotel Some 2oU guess
are expected .
Mrs. Hannah May after 16
years oi residence in Miami, has
U-lt these southern climes to be
with her children in Philadelphia

Miamians delighted to learn
that Georgie Jessel will be call
ina our area home from now on.
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EMPHASIZES MEMBERSHIP
Sunshine Chapter Has Programs
harxer B'nai B'rith
IFoatif R> seventh
birthday ani paid-up membership
luncheon a' the Americana Hotel
with a capacity attendance
Judge Milton A Friedman, of
the Municipal Own CM* of Mi
ami. and National "ommissiomr
of Ann-Defamation league, who
ha- served as president of District
Grand Lodgi No 5, m-cu--sed proj
B nai B'ntn. including the
I Hv-pital. fighting arth
i Bellefaire. for treatment of
en"tionalIy-di>iirb*-d children;
Hill- for youth at uni
\er-it.<--. AZA and BBYO. Chi!
drin '- Hone in I-rael. Israel
Israel Bond- and AIM-
Ifiai Holl> Warren. whWmf*-ap-
peared m hotels and supper club-.
a well a- on television, offered
musical program.
Chairman
Mrs Morn- |
Dresner Hrs. ]
Ms Mac I
Berkel. Mr- >l
Samuel R*^ I
eflberg. .Mr- I
Mnrri.- VTil ,..- !
Morris W: y -

president. M. I
co-chairman
D Friedma-
l*rg. advisor-
Mrs Vera I
( wood Chapte- .,. |
of ''Leah m I
at a regular I
Sunshine Chapte- I
ington Feders1 Ba -< ^A
uel Rabso-n. program m- I
M, was ir. ;v p^l
(ram.
Coronaticr. Room oi the Barcelona Hotel wcs
when the Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
held its membership tea last week. Twenty-
Lve new members were installed. Standing
left to right1 are E. Albert Pallot. international
v.ce president of B'nai B'rith, who was guest
speaker; Mrs. David A. Hess, president oi the
Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Adrian
Thai. \ho presented a fur fashion show; Mrs.
Henry Ross, program vice president; and Ir-
win Christie, prominent Miami attorney. T-ett
to right; are Mrs. Sylvia Liebman, member-
ship chairman of the day; Mrs. Betty Birchan-
sky. fund-raising chairman; Mrs. Murray
Slcup, chapter consultant; Mrs. E. Albert Pal-
lot and Mrs. Irwin Christies. Adrian Thai pre-
sented a S50 Gift Certificate to Mrs. Hess, who
accepted it on behalf oi the Miami Chapter.
Women who have been members oi B'nai
B'rith ior 25 years or more were honored.
They are Mrs. Louis August. Mrs. Louis Alex-
ander. Mrs. Gussie Amdur, Mrs. Janet Fried-
man and Mrs. Minna Lavine.
Eleven Clubs Honor Mrs. Lehrman
Continued from Page 1-8
as editor of the American JewLh
C o n g re at Publication, "The
Voice."
Here in Miami, the Belle Chap-
ter of the B'nai B'rith Girla was
named for her. Mrs. Lehrman has
held the position of president of
the Conference of Jewish Women -
Organizations of Dade. and Bro-
v ard Counties, Campaign chairman
for the Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, aad
president of the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration
she was founder-president of the
Southeast Branch of National
Wemen's League of United Synago-
gue of America, and is now its
honorary president
Mr* Lehrman was also founder-
president of the Greater Chapter,
Women's Division. American Te-
c-hnion Society. She is honorary-
vice president of the Sisterhood
and Parent Teachers Association
of Temple Emanu-El, a member of
the Board of Trustees of the Miami
beach Library, and president of
the Federation of Jew ish Women
oi Greater Miami.
baa also served as chairman
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Mrs. Lehrman received a Civic
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and was this ymt the recipient of
the "Woman of Valor Award" from
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In the recent reorganization of
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Women in this community, Mrs.
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as its initial presiding officer. She
also was chairman of Council's
highly successful Freedom of the
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Since she came to this commun-
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reviews, and serve as installing of-
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she has appeared for Hadassah.
B'nai B'rith. ORT. Cardiac. Can-
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She has made many trips to Eu-
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Mad Chapeaux
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Beth David Sisterhood will pre-
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Wednesday, Nov. lO, 11:30 a.m..
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lime. F.loise Bouche. hat design-
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to display her latest hat designs.
Prizes at the luncheon will be
offered for the most original, most
beautiful, and funniest hats.
In charge of reservations are
Mesdames Mike Forer. chairman.
Mitchell Goldman. Stanley Jami-
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Friday. C
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Workmen^ Circle
Branch to Meet
WorhBM I
twites Uv ,}* i
a*.-in, ***
9pm '* S
--'- ar
Mrs Oariei I
Speakers Ban 1
Cunr Society i
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answer qut
Club E.. .
"' ,hp "*""' brai
Uoaal fra-. -
rcntly conkM
membership car..;
A recer.-.y ttrr.pleted six-hour short course on Metro Gerem*
aient was conducted by Mrs. Aileen Lotz. executive director
of the Government Research Council here, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Wo-
rr.er. s Public Affairs. Seated left to right ere Mrs. Lotz. Mrs.
''.",iiiom L Brenner. Section president; Mrs. Philip Bloom. State
of Florida legislation chairman; Mrs. Irving Wexler. Section
vice president of public affairs; Mrs. Philip Pearlman. Section
legislation chairman; Mrs. Larry Hoffman. Shores Division
president. Mrs Edwin Oppenheim. Section vice president of
administration; Mrs. Harold Greene, Mrs Irving Kananack,
Mrs. Richard Keats, and Mrs S. Ray Kaplan.
mis. awn SAimar
Nat'l. Hadassah
Official Due Here
Miimi Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah will bold its annual Member-
ship I -tirute on Monda> at the
> Hotel.
Mr- Hich Salpeter. Hadassah'
rational membership chairman,
will conduct the Institute tor the
entire cay starting at 10 ajn.
Mrs. Norman Myers. M.*mi
Beach chapter vice president and
m* .t oershjp coordinator, has read-
ied the program, and estimates an
ett' nHance Of some 300 leaders in
HadaaassVi 18 groups on the Beach.
Luncheon will be served at noon.
Nat Barm, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, will open
the vvMon.
At last! A margarine
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Pioneer Women Plan Varied Activities Here
A regular meeting of Kadirr.ah
Chapter of Pioneer Women will be
conducted bj Mr* Fred Saadfcr,
* p.m.. Tuesday even-
ing, in the Commi;r:tv Room of
Coral Gables Federal Building
Women's Aux.
Plans Fund-Raiser
Women's Auxiliary of the YM
and WHA of Greater Miami will
sponsor its fourth annual "Las
Vegas Xigbt" on Nov 13 to raise
money for the scholarship fund.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Al Raven and Mrs. Bert Saul.
Mrs. Richard Young is in charge
of ticket sales.
For the first time this year, "Las
Vegas Night" will be held at the
new YW-WHA central facility at
8500 SW 8th St. In 1964. the Auxil-
iary raised some $2,500 through the
event.
Proceeds from admissions and
the games are used for scholar-
ships in the YM and WHA early
childhood development program,
summer day camp, the after-school
prop-am. and for family and sen
ior citizens memberships.
President of the Auxiliary is
Mry Leonard Luna. Staff coord-
inator for the event is Miriam
Scheinoerg.
Israel Holiday
To be Celebrated
Israel's centennial will be tele
bra ted by Sholcm Lodge, B'nai
1! nth. at Temple Zamora on 1
flay evening, Nov. 9. it WU an
Pouted bj Samuel Koptind, chair-
man.
Open to the public, the evening's
program will feature the latest
film on the growth and develop-
ment of Israel.
.Marjorie Frei. choir leader for
!e Zion. will lead a ton,-
munitv sing. Miss Frei is a mezzo-
-ano and n on tele-
and heaid (n radio.
My _h h.:- pro-
month Tiber
B'rith Israel Centennial
U forvarderl to
lem ldj> | m chairman,
presi
Milton K Uehfl tm be-
r of Miami in i
n. occasion.
Mrs. William Chase, newly-ap-
pointed program chairman, will
present a narration and panel dis-
cussion on the war on poverty
program. A series of slides will
sbo* how Pioneer Women, togeth-
er with their sister organization.
Moetzet Hapoalot, take preventive
measures to eliminate the need for
such a program in Israel. The
slides were taken in Israel by Mrs.
Milton Green, Council president,
during her attendance at a lead-
ership training seminar there.

A regular meeting of Club II,
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president. i-
scheduled for Thursday. Nov. 4,
1 30 p.m.. at Miami Beach Federal
Building. 755 Washington Ave. On
Thursday. Nov. 11 at 12:30 p.m
Club II will honor the newlyelect-
ed officers at Is sac GeHis K*
rant, 1141 Washington Are.

Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer
Women invites all its members
*nd friends to attend the installa-
tion of their new l\ elected officers
at a luncheon at the Barcelona
Hotel at noon on Wednesday, Nov.
11.
Mrs Milton Green, president of
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women, will install officers. Mrs,
Fannie Gibson, president, and Mr-.
Dora offenhanden. honorary prr-i-
dent, will be among those to be
installed.
Kntertainmcnt will be presented
by Mr> Regina Balm, totalist, and
Mr. Philip Nashkin, monologist.
Mrs. Rae Wajaaberg is sponsor-
ing the event
In-tali. the '> iQatar '
officers of 1 looeer Women Club
I will be- held Tuesday, 7.30 p.m .
in the I Isstf hotau-
tant. Mr Kranti will be
installed a> presidenl Vir her ixth
term M | Sandier, presi-
dent of th Kadimah Chapter will
be installtag officer.

Eilat Chapter will hold a Jewish
Muie F*tval on Sartirdar. 8 p m .
at Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington A\e Mrs Ida Kovobky,
i banter president, h-u, announced
that all proceeds will go to Pioneer
Men's Child Rescue Fund.
Jewish Cookery
To be Highlighted
"Some Secrets of Jewish Cook
ery" "-v ill be 'he program for the
meeting of Junneret Chapter. Miz-
rachi Women, on Wednesday. 8 3o
p.m at Temple Zamora.
M: '.'. :-..,
Ram will lead the program, with
members of the izruup sharing
seme of their tested recipes ar.d
cookiru' sen-
This will f >Uow a business meet-
ing durinc which Mrs. Alfred
Slon. iator of Miz-
rachi Women, will make a report
on projected plans f": I Unu
ation of Mizrachi endeavors in I-
raeL
New members will he welcomed
to the jn-oup by Mis Arthur Rotii.
vice pre-i lent and membership
chairman Mrs Theodore Sako-
witz is president of the chapter
Treasure Dig1
At Ner Tamid
N'-r TamM atssdioad Tk
luncheon will be held in Sklar
Auditorium on Wednesday A abort
Den meeting will start at !i
I followed bj 'he luncheon al
noon. President l- Mrs Eugene
Chairman is Mrs n_eva
Lerlue, and Mrs Louis GoM, co-
chairman.
Catering Comn <> Mr-
Jack rrawatfg. Mrs Jack Yas
man, lira Harrj hester. Mr-
Max Ammowitz and Mrs [rviafl
hubin
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, S 1965
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jtional Council of Jewish Women Will
fer Top Community Services Award
.ruling com-
,, presented
.'; mi il of Jewish
day, No*
I
National
...men's theme.
.. j, in the
W .....i..,i.e the
place is m
underline!
drive of the educa-
. (prvice 01 eanization to
i ,, for a,..
W hono, of the
Hannah
Lk!k m Solomon. Is hems pre-
1 net! Sections
.try.
- v.ee presi-
,ni at Oommunirj Services, is
Van .., the tvent QoM
atker u.U be Mr Bernard 1-ink-
mtivc director of vel-
|an> ria-.nins Council of Dade
oi.nty
Hn v. Uiam I Brenner, presi-
r Miami Section.
lut the ithertH will
ntensive mem-
benhip drive wheee goal is to
Live verjl Jewish unman in the
("iniminity an opportunity to join
the educational and service or-
ganization She quoted statement
by President Lyndon B. Johnson
earlier this year, hailing the Coun-
cil women bOCflJUM at main levels
of our national lit.-, your mem
berafcap Is strengthening our na-
tion's commitment to equal opport-
unity for all "
V.IW tponaors .1 number of spe-
cial programs for culturally-de
prived children throughout the
country, including pre->chooLs for
three and four year olds, and a
cooperative effort with other wom-
en's organizations in Uie recruiting
and screening of girls for the wom-
en's training centers of the Fed-
eral Job Corps
An adaptation of a reading ac-
claimed when originally perform-
ed at Philharmonic Hall in New
York will be presented by Mrs.
Larry Hoffman Shore- Division
president. Included in the program
will be songs featuring Council
volunteers, with Mrs Jack Pri-
mack as vocalist end Mrs Alvin
Lielierman as accompanist. Mrs.
Jack Chernatl 1- Section program
chairman, and Mrs Charles Fein
berg Is In charge of arrangements.
Workmen's Circle
Will See Film
Workmen's Circle Branch 1064.
North Dade. will hold a monthly
meetine on Wednesday, 8 p.m., at
Washington Federal savings and
Loan Association. 999 \K 167th St
A vote on the resolutions adopted
j the Southern District Confer-
ence of the Jewish American fam
lly fraternal organization will be
part of the program
A report Of the conference will
be given by Ham Sc'uildiner.
chairman of the Southern District
Committee.
Greater Miami branches will be
hosts for the conference being held
in August 1966. Schuldinar is also
on the committee to investigate a
hotel for the conference.

r*
an tor Alexander Goldborq.
I newly-elected president of Technion-lsrael
Institute of Technology, which was to take
pica on Thursday at the Doral Beach Hotel.
ere seated iett t.-> right) Mrs. Norman Hill,
vice d -.irma:-. o: the event; Miss Lillian Good-
man, chairman; Judge Frederick N. Barad,
president of the South Florida American Tech-
nion Society; and Mrs. Isra-l Teic!', hostess.
Standing (left to right) are these hostesses:
Mesdames Morris Lipp, Jack Katzman and
Mac Kern. (See story, Pg. 5-A.)
ecinion Women To Hear Panel
ilogy" will
sien at the
SOUth Dade
r the .' men's Division
D: ,h(' Techftkm Society.
foe m prasenl a panel
I" it) : Miami faculty
|"*> Dr. II.
rranklu Williams dean of the
1 diaeuaa "A
[ !" tna* \;>:-nach to Science
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our Lives." The meeting is sched-
uled [or Friday, Km 5, at the Uni-
versity 01 Miaou's Broekway Lec-
ture iiail m the Riehter Library
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Panelists will include Dr. Max-
well Danor. erofeaaot *>f radloleg-
1...! physics; Dr. Eugene Mann, co-
ordinator of reseafoh; Dr Aneld
Perlmultci. associate professor of
physics; and Dr William C.
Knopf, dean of the School of En-
ginoorinf
Dr Williams is a member of the
national board of the American
TecaUUOn Society. The Israel uni-
versity offers instruction in en-
ineariag, areMleature, the exact
sciences, and carries out basic and
applied researck while serving as
tin.- center for supplying guidance
.Hid teofanicel services to Israels
industry and agriculture, accord
ing to Mrs Gerald Schwartz. pul>-
licity cheii man
Mrs Louis Schw art/man. pro-
president, and Mrs
Blood Specialist Speaks
Annual membership luncheon of
The Miami Beach Hemophilia Aux-
iliary was held last week at the
home of its president, Mrs Delia
l).- anc) Dr Thomas B. Turner,
pecialist in rare blood diseas *,
and medical director of the John
Elliot Bloo Bank, .lack-on Mi
enal Hospital, was guest speaker.
Carol Lynn Blum who won
honors as a runner-up to
Miss America on CBS-TV
last month, will launch a tel-
evision career as WTVJ's
Girl on Nov. 6. Carol, who
holds a number of beauty
titles, combined her sinainq
talent with her dark-haired,
dark-eyed loveliness tn ear-
ner third place in the Miss
America contest in Atlantic
City. Previously she was
named Miss Florida. Miss
Dixie Pageant, National Aza-
lea Queen Florida's Junior
Miss, and Miss Teen-Age Mi-
ami. Her weekend weather
forecasting for WTVJ will
come naturally to her
Carol's all-consurr.ing hobby
is akin-diving and boating.
UM Prof to Speak
Miami chapter oi tl e American
S iety of Women Accountants
V ill meet Tnesdav 6 P Bl at the
McAllister Hotel Speaker will be
Dr. Howard A Zecur, ot the Uni-
versit) Of Miami Hi- topic is How
to Bestame CoHege How to Im-
prove By Contrtbutin | Education
Beach JWV Post
Maps Anniversary
Jewish War Veterans banquet
and show celebratin, the 20th
niversar) of Miami Beach P si
will be held Saturday. Not 13, i i
the Moulin Rouge Room of DLLido
Hotel.
Singer Tubby Boots will make a
Special guest appearance, in ad-
dition to the DiLido's regularly
scheduled show lor that evening.
Maurice Weiman. commander of
the Miami Beach Post, said 150 to
20i are expected to atten.l the af-
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Party Saturday
A Halloween party with a west-
ern flavor has been planned b) the
Lorber chapter. Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital.
for Saturday at the I" Bar S Ranch
at 8 p.m.
Arranged by Mr- Robert smith.
chairman, the evening's program
includes a barbecue dinner, square
and round dancing, games and
prisea Costumes are optional, with
western garb the preferred attire.
Marvin Herts will be square
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Mrs Bernard Sandrev reserva
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
L.-rr.a Podvin is now number Lucky Thirteen Until last
year, the Deeds Chjb had only twelve members, but this
year they decided to increase tneir membership to a Bakers
Dozen, and Erma got the coveted place. This year, instead
of allocating the monies they raise for any one of their
various philanthropic purposes, they have decided to build
their own Deeds Club Children's Cancer Clinic at the Na-
raonal Children's Cardiac Hospital and staff it as volunteers.
This year, too, Erma is president
of Props, which will be switching
the emphasis to work for the youth
of the community Just what has
led up to Erma's involvement in
these two organizations which are
concerned with show business'* At
six years of age in Philadelphia
where she was born. Erma started
her acting career. She was a nat-
ural born mimic, always imitat-
ing, not only Fanny Brace who was
the star of the times, but her school
teachers as well, which got her
into trouble more than once.
Erma was on radio doing com-
mercials because of the wide range
in which she could project her
voice, and in a variety show announced by Paul Douglas
The show was more fun than gainful Erma then won a
scholarship to the Philadelphia School of Industrial and
Graphic Arts and became involved in painting greeting
cards She used to stop for bread at the neighborhood deli-
catessen store to buy bread for her mother In fact. Erma
txAight a lot of bread because the owner VU cute Al
Podvin. whom she married three years later She gave up
her art and radio to work in the store She enjoyed it. and
ijot to the point that she could cut a piece of lox so thin
tnat it could be used for a veil
The Podvins have now been married twent> -five years
and have two children a son Robert who ju.-t cele-
vated his first year marriage to Merrily, and daughter
Judy, who teaches school and is engaged to marry Hiiiel
Meyers Judy inherited her mother's art craft because she
ha> never bought a greeting card she always makes them.
Erma and Al came to Miami Beach on their honeymoon
and got sand in their shoes. A few years after their marri-
age, they returned to Miami Beach to live and to go into
the hotel business. Erma helps her husband at the hotel
she's a Jack of all trades, but mostly she keeps the guests
busy and happy Erma joined many organizations after ar-
riving here. Even the ones she didn't join always felt free
to call on her to take part in show business. She was in
"Guys and Gals" for National Council of Jewish Women,
entertained children at Variety Hospital, and worked three
days a week as a Pink Lady at the old Mt. Sinai Hospital
Talking about show business with the national founder
president of Props, she was asked to answer a rehearsal
call, thus beginning her affiliation with the organization.
It seems to Erma that she is always rehearsing for some-
thing or other She feels that her theatrical background has
added a zest to her life No one can remain shy around
Erma.
When Erma and her husband go out dancing, they don't
need a crowd to have a good time. Dramatic work has given
Erma a wonderful understanding of what makes people
tick and helps her in dealing with the people she meets,
not only at the hotel but in organization work The Podvins
like to travel and always have adventures Just to hear
Erma describe an incident is an adventure This year, in
Spain. the> were friendly with the only other English-speak-
ing couple in their group Understanding, interest and kind
ness are not just for show business people. Erma finds that
,t work.- just as well in everyday living.
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Miss Lynn Weds Councilman Maleld
More than 1.300 persons attend
Sunda>.
Oct 24. 10 am at Temple Em3nu-
El. where Rochellt- B. Lynn and
Miami L .man Joseph
- before Dr
Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Alfred
V. ax.Tiar.
The far! le is the daughter
Albert Lynn and Use .ji Mr Lynn,
of 6226 SW 10th Ter Miami The
groom is the son of Rev Max Weiss
and the late Mr- Margaret Malek.
Gilts to Use newly married
couple from community leaders
and well -wisher- were so copious
that many had to be transferred to
the Miami Beach Police Station
for temporary safe storage.
For her wedding, the former
Miss Lynn was attired in an im-
ported Bianca candlelight creation
featuring a lace bodice and sleeves
adorned with lace. The train was
also lace-adorned She wore a two-
tier crown of imported lace.
Maid at honor was Miss Loretta
Bernstein Mrs. Susan Ryttenberg
acted as bridesmaid Cindy Lynn
and Margaret Cooperman were
flower girls, and Mark Weiss was
nngbearer.
Judge Eugene J Weiss acted as
best man. Ushers included Norman
Ciment. Robert Grover. Jules Lapp.
Steven Szekeres. Irving Cooper-
man. Dan Goldberg and Bob Mc-
Closky.
Wtrtr I
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The Chupah was decorated in
pearl pink and white mums, poms
knd *ith
entwined heart- *>
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A white -a';-
out for the w
the cer.i '_ ,, J
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satin been held I 'unit
ing on both side- lie
The fcride carried
covered with a
heart and center*- ,e ^ I
Urid orchids, rule _. ..n c!' I
ters and garlands | onanwii
and lacelon
A Vreakfast recent:..-, folio**!
in the Grand Ballroom. 4 the Foe
tainebleau HoteL TV oae puj
and white color theme al the T.
pie was repeated at ..-. tote] r*
ception The bridal table was dec
orated in pink and ... Guts]
tables were centered w^l
pedestals filled wil pink anil
white poms.
Floral arrangement- me bj|
the Blossom Shop, of Miami Beart
The groom is a past exited nil
er of Miami Beach Elks Lodg!
An attorney, he receive-; rus la*I
degree from the Univer- of ]fc|
ami.
Miss Gall Weds
Marvin Tamarkin
Miss Emily Madeline Gall be-
came Mrs Marvin Irving Tamar-
kin in three o'clock wedding '
on Sunday Oct 24. at the Club
house in Cora! Gable-
Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, officiated at the
double ring ceremony
The bnde is the daughter :' Mr-
Lillian Zann Gall. 836 loth SI Mi
.mi Beach The groom is the -.n of
Mr and Mrs Charles Tamarkin.
3670 SW 22nd Ter Miami.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Wilma Gall The bride's uncle.
David Zann. gave her in marriage
Best man was Miles Bank. Fred
and Sheldon Goldenblank acted as
ushers
For her wedding, the bride
chose a white satin gown with lace
applique seeded with pe?rls The
fingertip veil of illusion featured a
princess crown of seeded pearls.
She carried a white prayer book
covered with orchids
The bride is a graduate of Mont-
gomery-Blair Senior High School in
Silver Spnngs. Md and attended
the University of M.ami.
The groom has a business degree
from the University of Miami and
graduated from Miami Senior High
He is vice president of Beth Da-
vid Young Adults and an account-
ant with Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association.
Following an automobile tour
through Florida, the couple will be
at home in Coral Gables
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Garden Club
Schedules Sale
"The Gourmet Touch will be
the theme of a meeting of the Mt
Sinai Hospital Garden Club on
Monday noon at the Miami Beach
Garden Center end Conservatory,
0 Garden ("enter Dr.
Mr- Frenen Young will be
guest apaaher Scheduled is a plant
sale prior to the meeting at 11 a m
In charge of the tale will be Mrs
Sidney Smith
Mrs Ben Lond is president of
the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden
Club
Mis Linda Anne Morris became
Mrs Howard Goodman in Sunday-
vows at seven o'clock before Rab-
bi David Lehrfield at the Dtl.ido
The bride is the daughter Of Mr
and Mrs Philip Morn- of Miami
Beach The groom s parents are
the I-ouis Goodmans of Atlanta.
Ga
I of honor was Mis- Arlene
ant Bridesmaids included
Miss Dele Marshal and Rarer' K.
- Of Miami Beach. Mrs Ben
North Miami Beach;
and Mr> Hai ;. of Atlanta
Be-t men vaa David Levy >f
Chicago Ushers included Herbert
Blondheim. Leo Morris end Harold
Sit gel. of Atlanta: Robbie K hth
Jacksonville; arm Ben Brow.iy.
1 Miami Beach
For her wediiin. the bride chose
.' lace and peau de BOSS creation
and carried white orch
The new Mrs Goodman is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida. Her husband went
College, where he i
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fral
a certified public accour.
Reception followed
mony at the DiLin
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MPLE | held a victory
T dinner lJ '"**} **
brating U......npletion of fund-
rusin- which culminated id
iroundhrc-K., ceremonies on
Sunday for ih. Temples new site
gg (Iran.. I. I Ivd.
M ttl, M i Springs Villas
Pla>ho">' on Saturday night.
Mr Joxi Kr.f.-tz. wife of the
Temple pre! ent. wore a ma-
pnti whet cocktail oun with
the beU -' featured on her
three 1 ('^ps Her w,ist"
riDamini n featured a neck-
line wnici high in front and
dipped km hack, where it was
trimmed with tassels of gun
mfta;, a via r beads.
Chairman M the Building and
Develops.i'' Fund campaign
as Wcti Reiter, whose wife
mi (owned in black chantilly
liroidered in jet
>equwv worn over a black
peau d.......ith Ruffles trim
med thi sleeves and hem.
Wife : -i-tant chairman.
Mm Albert Jacobaon, chose a
black silk eath with illusion set
into thi
Mr- Mi I inn was chai-
ning Her long
sheer wool was
trimmei el beads on the
b dice .i draped bateau
necklii 11 bairman, lira
Uelvin ..- in a pow-
der bh .ii a dinner en
*embU the skirt in the
silhouette, and
laUn in bodice Mrs. David
ted a sleeveless
heath. Pale pink
.hi ensemble was
worn h\ Mrs Seymour Simon.
N,r- Mot anger's velvet dress
"Vl jacket en in Goya rod and
orals.

A i was also the
Mrs Irving Sch-
iffon was in green
had a deep flounce
Mrs Riehard
piece black metal
featured the waist
i rMouse. Ombred
I two-piece damask
;-*' wi orn b> Mrs Meyer
^**kin interesting new
ankle:,., gown in grey flan-
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A classic sleeveless black crep"
with an illusion bodice was worn
b> Mrs Max Deakter
Mrs l/ee Labow'* white and
silver lame jacket dress had
crystal beading at the neckline.
Black silk, with cap sleeves, and
a peter pan collar detailing the
illusion bodice were chosen by-
Mrs. Manuel Serkin Silk chif
fon in an exciting shade of red
was worn by Mrs Jay Berman
Mrs Milton Goldberg topped
her black silk sheath with a full
length coat of silk organza tiered
ruffles. The Rabbi's wife. Mrs
Morris Kipper, selected a geo
metric print in black, brown, and
white, with a matching waist-
length jacket.

ON Wednesday, the Suburban
League held 'A Wonderful
World of Make Believe'- luncheon
and fashion show Chairman of
the alternoon. Mrs. Roz Pallot.
wore a textured white wool suit
with a black silk Mouse Mrs.
Rhoda Levitt's black Italian knit
was piped In black satin A white
raw silk coat was worn over a
two-piece tunic by Mrs .'nan
Morrison
Mrs Anita Weiss, who MM hair-
ed the luncheon, was in a cos
tume ensemble oi shocking pink
ami red wool, with a shocking
pink velvet shell A white wool
suit with bone buttons was Mrs
Marline Stone's choice for the
afternoon Textured black and
white, in a two piece ensemble.
was worn by Mrs Aileen Mitch-
ell. Mrs Uremia Himmel bright-
ened her grey ilannel suit with
a shocking pink blouse
President of the Suburban Lea-
gue, Mrs. Cookie Hertz, wore a
black silk suit with an imported
white lace shell White sheer
wool, accessorized in navy and
red. was seen on Mrs. Janice
Barson. Mrs. Lynn Berkowitz'
three-piece wool ensemble was
in emerald green. Mrs. Nancy
Sterling knew that her three-
piece light blue wool suit was an
original because her mother
made it for her.

a.JRS. Linda Brickman's blue
" silk suit had an ice blue
print blouse. A lemon yellow silk
alaskan silk costume was worn
by Mrs. Bev. Rosen. Mrs. Diane
Eisenberg chose a cranberry
wool suit. Mrs. Phyllis Rosen
chose emerald green wool, and
Mrs. Shirley Sobel was in a black
and white tweed with a bright
yellow blouse
Second in a series of membership parties for Temple Men-
orah Sisterhood will be held Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.. at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. 1330 Cleve-
land Rd. Planning the affair are (left to right) Mrs. Edward
Schuman. president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Lewis Katz. Mrs Lewis
Sussman. Mrs. Mac Nyer. Mrs. Moe Kurman. membership
chairman, and Mrs. Abramowitz.
Menorah Ladies Install Officers
WrMr-Kabn
miss Mtnvi warm
Weston, Bonell
Engagement Told
Dr. and Mrs Lawrence A West-
on. of 1450 Cleveland Rd Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Meryl Sue. to
I ewia Anthony Bonell, son of Mr
and Mrs Harp, Bonell. of New
York CltJ
The bride-to-be la a senior at Mi
ami Beach Senior High School,
where she is a member of the Na-
tional Thespian Troupe Kill She is
also a graduate of the Coronet
Academy of Modeling.
Mr. Bonell is a junior at the
University of Miami, majoring in
personnel management. He is also
a graduate of the Barnard Private
School in Riverdale, NY.
An engagement reception will be
held Dec l!' at the Algiers Hotel,
Among guests attending will be
the bride-elect's sister and broth
er-in law. Mr and Mrs Donald Kra-
mer, and her grandparents. Mrs
Anna Hyman and Mr and Mrs.
Max Weinstein. local residents.
From New York the prospective
groom's sister. Susan Bonell, and
uncle. Saul Goodman will also at-
tend
An installation ceremony was
held at Temple Menorah on Oct.
13. Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz of-
ficiated, installing Mrs. Edward
Schumann as Sisterhood president.
Also installed were Mrs. Hyman
Bergad. ways and means vice
president; Mrs. Ben Krovetz. cul-
tural vice president; Mrs Moe
Kurman. membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs Marshall Kratzer. youth
vice president.
Mrs Sam Schiffman. correspond-
ing secretary. Mrs Sam Graham,
recording; Mrs Irving Solomon,
treasurer; Mrs Essie Wolf, fi-
nancial secretary; Lillian Roth-
child, parliamentarian; Mrs. Nor-
man Harrow, historian; Mrs. Sam
Belsky. chaplain; Mrs. Jerry Kim-
mel. publicity.
Plans for a year of social and
cultural events have been com-
pleted.
Next social event is a member-
ship party at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs Abramowitz on Wednes
da) evening. 8:30 p.m. A White
elephant sale is on the agenda for
the Nov. 17 meeting at Tempi*
Menorah Social Hall.
Flamingo Chapter Gathering
Flamingo Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held a membership
gathering Sundaj at the home of
Bessie ami Blise Factor, "50 w.
88th PI.. Hialeah. Highlighted was
Membership Month, with Mrs.
Harry Epstein, vice president.
greeting guests
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Gail's Betrothal
To Mr. Wrubel
Mr and Mrs Joseph Feldman.
Iof Niagara Falls, NY. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Gail, to Howard C. Wrubel.
The groom-to-be: la the son of
Mr. and Mrs Samuel wrubel. of
Miami Boat h
Miss IY Id man received her de-
gree in education from the Inner
lity of Miami, and is currently at
tending graduate school there. She
was a member of the Executive
Board of Pht Sigma Sigma Sorori-
ty, and is teaching in the Dade
Count) school system.
.Mr Wrubel attended New York
University and holds a degree in
economics from the linversity of
Miami. He is employed by the
Dade County school system
The couple are planning to be
married in December.
Judea Sisterhood Meeting
Temple Judea Sisterhood held
its first regular meeting on
Wednesday. 8:15 p.m., at the Tem-
ple Mrs Marvin Levin, president.
Introduced and welcomed new
members Rabbi Morris Kipper was
guest speaker, His topic was "Is
OUT Religious School Wasting its
Time?"
TV Editor to Speak
Sid Kronish, one of Hie editors
of Station WCKT, will apeak on
"impact of Television" at the reg
ular monthly breakfasl of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
Inm on Sunday. 10:90 ;i m in the
Auditorium of the Temple, accord-
ing to an announcement by .lack
B Shapiro, Brotherhood president
Lebediker Branch
Has Celebration
Capacit) audience attended the
Simchas Torah celebration of the
Lebediker Brinch of Faiband on
Oct. 16.
The program opened with hymns
bv Mrs Pannifl Gibson, soprano.
Damn Chernau, third generation
Farband grandson, recited a poem.
Guest artist was Shmuel Fershko
in a group of piano selections
Michl Gibson, renowned Yiddish
Art Theatre performer, was heard
in a group of humorous skits
Also on the program were Dr.
Samuel Kippei and his mandolin
1 group; Lottie Tamres. Jewish com-
nedieime, and Ben Yonien, com
poser and director of the Miami
Beach Community Singers.
Joseph P. Zuckerman. national
Farband representative, addressed
the celebration function
Lebediker Branch is planning a
meeting Nov 4, 8 p.m.. at Wash
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave "HOVi to Prevent Illness' will
be the title of the scheduled pro-
gram
Menorah Opens
Late Services
Over 100 new families will b9
-Consecrated to Menorah at the
tirst late Friday evening services
on Friday night, at 8:15 p.m. at
Temple Menorah
The first services will be dedi-
cated to new families who joined
Temple Menorah Mrs Edward
Schuman. newl> elected Sistl rhood
president, will be installed and
consecrated into office.
Among new families there are
five doc-tors, eight newlywed coup-
les, t? young couples with children
in the Hebrew School and six fam-
Hies from Cuba
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the services and preach
on "And Noah Was a Good Man."
Cantor Emanuel Mandel will chanr.
the liturgy, assisted by the Temple
Choir under the direction of Her-
bert Weiner.
The Sisterhood will sponsor an
Oneg Shabbat for its newly conse
crated president and the 100 new
families of Temple Menorah.
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Friday, October 29, lgsJ
Beth El Names
Chabner Prexy
At a recent general inemoership
ling at Congregation Bed El.
ti>man Chabner was elected as
.^regation president.
Others elected include Hyman
Kam. first vice president. Ben Bo-
second vice preMaent: Abe
l hiel. treasurer: Joseph Roten-
herg. re.ording secretary Sam
Htilbps. financial secretary, and
Irving Miller, corresponding sec-
mi
Phillip Bcrkowitx, who has
oetn terving as honorary '*
president fa* many years, contin-
ues in the same capacity.
Zau>. outgoing president.
Has commended "for his fine work
Si president."
Chabner is a long-time member
.'ieth El. and has previously
_-d hi every executive office,
ii eluding the presidency He is
I esentry the president of the
."eater Miami Cemetery Associ-
ation in w hich office he has served
f< f several years.
i habner is also active in the He-
Beth Tcrah Buys $149,000 in Bonds To Honor Steins
HVMAN CNAMCft
brew Academy and 'he Hebrew
Free Loan Association, as uell as
many other community organiza-
tions.
Chabner announced that a kid
du.h will be given on Saturday af-
ter services by the new otticers
Sen. William Proxmire. of Wi-
.. Mn. hailed the State ol Israel
s one nf the WOrW'l Iradinn ex
lorten ol Ix>mocrac> in an ad
Ireea at the oagn gauon Beth
rank Israel Dinner oi Stats lasl
Saturday night at the Amerii
Hotel.
Sen. Proxmire nid Israel*! role
ot economic and educational aid
tu the newly-de\eloping nations of
Africa was of great importance to
the democratic nations He lauded
the role of Israel Bonds in Israel's
\th both a* the 'only del
cratic nation in the Middle East
and as a salesman of the democrat-
ic ideals to other nation-
Earlier, members of the con-
gregation purchased a record
sum of S148.0O0 in Israel Bonds
in response to an eloquent ad-
dress by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz,
spiritual leader of Beth Torah.
The dinner honored Mr. and
Mrs Stanley Stein for their ser-
vice to the cause of Israel. Dinner
chairman wa.s Samuel Fox. Others
who headed the Dinner Commit
v.ere Mr an I Mr< Dave Mar-
gulies, chairmen ot the H
-.-. Stanley Friedman and Irv-
ing Newman, dinner co-chairmen.
R c hard Son < -> *M
.dent and Julius (iordon. ;
nl iif the ib.
Mayor Arthur I Snyder. of North
Miami Beach. <* as honorary chair
man
Dr. Upschiti conducted the ccr-
emony of the kindlins ol a 1"
branched mem-rah in commemor-
ation of Israel's 11 yean "f stale-
I him in the ceremony
.,- torchhearen were Mr anu afrs
Dava Ma and. as hohta
t. Mr and Mrs. Jerry
DuOell.
i ..: ilelighter.- jay hided Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Foa, Solomon Sand-
ier. Morris doldfarb. Jenie jjchurr
.nd Abraham Schorr. William
Diokmao, Maximulian Feldstein.
Nat Ginsberg. Juliu- Goedsg A!
Stern. Julian Nacron. i;-.^ (; '
Stein, Burton Your. >rr* fa
ell, Edwin Chayt. irvim Kt]
Glazier and Joseph >
Torah Hadas! ah
Meeting to Map
Reeular monthly meetuaj o! th
Torah Gump of IsMatsaJ .
held Monday noon V
i local Gables U
The meeting, at
and their gue*'~
-wwine the wor
Youth Aliyah program, i a prel-
ude to the annual \
Pledge Luncheou stated hi K
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"ifrc K"*"1 Andrew Kartn Allan Sholloway Richard Kaufman
Jrviaj terrier
Neil Smifh
Micfcae/ Cleman Marvin PolonieM Mark Goodman Neil Gesundheif
And'ew Kahn
Marc Kahn
.. Mr end Mrs.
. Knurson
nl Mure An!:
Mrs Barton S
\ Baj Rd Miami
me Bar Mittvah
80, ..t Temple
Miami.
ith Brad*
- Junior High
E
pai rnt are Ida
K I. Kahn
- Robert s Todd.
rents ire Mrs
the late Michael
. I Mrs Louis
ond \ '
Illinois, New York
......nd have ar
the occasion.
Nfil Gesundheidt
\,,1. m .t Mr ,iiid Mrs. Mark
Gm dhi ,; Baal Broadview
Dr, w;l> Bar Mit/.vah on Saturday
23, at Temple Beth
Sbo -
Noil .< a itudent in the Beth
hnolom Confirmation Class of 5727.
M. Allan Shalloway
\l Alan Shalloway, >on of Dr.
tad M^ rj Leon Bialkway. be-
came Bar MiUvah on Saturday,
lit 23, at B "; Torah Oinirnga
i. in the footsteps of
lis brothers, David and Lester.
Al .i reception and formal scat-
Dr and Mrs Mialloway paid hnm-
Mitivah and his two
! having all BDtHta aia|
II ."Hi printed vupccial-
-mn by the father.
One ui the lughlLjpBia of tlie gala
Mil i rise rendition
i sang HB| by Harry
Sir, mi ramtfattiar, who al-
th Alan, chanted the
traditional Motti" over the bread.
. eldman, a friend, toast-
ed Uan, as well as the Shallow..) s
and Mr-
Alter dancing the Hora around
his maternal grandparents, friends
surprised the Bar Mitzvah, hia
i ai r:ii! and brothers, by lifting
each on < chair and dancing with
them,
(hit oi tow n guests w ho also ;
licipated In the candle lighting
ecu mony ini luded Alan's oldest
In r l)a\ id M ho is alien ling
Its Institute "f Tech-
nolog) in BosUn Simon Shalk>
.(> Of Xln > Edw 111 >llallo
(; Washington, I) C and Mr.
Mrs \ iraham Hei shbein, of
New York Cltj
Uan is ,ni Honor Roll student
in the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School He is
interested In music and plays the
piano
Richard Kaufman
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian R. Kaufman, of 17800 NK
9th PI., .No. Miami Beaeh, will be-
come Bar MiUvah on Saturday
morning. Oat 30, at Beth Torah
Con sir .rat ion.
Richard will he prrscitfod with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka
haner Sisterhood.
Richard is an eighth c.rade stu-
dent at John F Kennedy Junior
High School and plays the clarinet
in the concert band He is in the
filth irrade graduating class of
the Beth Torah KcIumous School.
A past president of tlie Student
Congregation. Ik- is at present
sen in- his second Una .is presi-
dent of the B'nai c.iil United Syn-
agogue Youth Group,
Calebtant's grand#>arcal< jre
Mrs Eleanor Kaafman. o| N irth
Miami Beach, and V. and Mi s.
Baanuei roadman, of Fiu.'un:. N Y.
\ reception will !< held it home
on Saturday swearing
Neil Smifh
Neil H. Smith, son ol Mrs Eve


tyn Smith .mil the late Milton
Smith, will become Bar Mitzvah at
the Min.h.i service on Saturday,
Ocl 30, at Beth David
Neil is an eighth grade student
.ii Shenandoah Junior High School
and is active in the Boy Scouts
les studying the piano, he is
involved in many scientific proj
111-. planning to become a veter-
inarian.
\( il aui Mrs Joe Prtl ItflBn,
from Nev Jei >ey, will be on hand
for the Bar Mitzt ah \ re i ption
w ill be held in his honor at the
I ark 1 am Banquet Hall.
Marvin Poloniocki
Man in. son oi Mr and Mrs In--
Polonii cki, w ill become Bar
Mitzvah .it the Saturday morning,
Ocl 30, service at templi tdath
Veshurun
Mai vin is in the se\enth grade at
John !' Kenned) Junior High
>1 His favorite sport i- foot-
hi II, and he is on the class foot-
ball team. He also collects rare
coins and h..s won an award In
slot car racing.
Following the services, Mr. and
Mrs I'olomccki will give a Kid-
diish reception in honor of their
son.
* *
Frank Wall and
(m Saturday niormii-:. Oct 30,
Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Wolland. of 8345 Atlantic
Way. Miami Beach. will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ncr Tajnid.
Frank is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior Hinh
School awl Temple Ner Tamid He-
Ugloua Schoal, Ua II an avid read-
er and traveler, having completed
tour of ten Furopcan countries
last summer
Mr. and Mrs M. Wolland, of Co-
himbus. <>.. cousins of the Wol-
land*. are the out-of-town guests
who will attend the Bar Mitzvah.
trving Lerner
Irving, son Of Mr. and Mrs Mo-
ris Lerner, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth David Congregation
at Sabath Services. Oct. 90, at 9
.. m.
Irving is an eighth grade itu-
dent Bt shenandoah Junior High
school He has been studying at
Beth David lor the past six years.
His interests outside of school in-
elude football and playing the gui-,
tar.
A reception in Irving*S honor will
ba held at the FoniaineUleau Hotel.
Michael Cleman
Michael, sou oi Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Cleman, of 8237 SW 19th
SI a ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, O.t. 90, Bt
TenipU /'
\ student al West Miami .tumor
11 ii School, Michael i> interested
in art
A reception "ill lie held at the
i Mil \. with guests i:'iin Car
attendii
Mark Goodman
r Mitzvah ol Mark l
odman will take place -
rning Ocl 30, at Y< ung Israel
, Greater Miami.
Mark is the son of Mr and Mrs
ris '......man, 1381 NK.
No. Miami Beach.
Mark is an eighth rade
dent ai John l- Kenned) Junior
b School He i..... ixaphone
Pigeon's features Hand-Knits
Pigeon's, Ol Lincoln Rd Is one
ol the flrsl stores in the countrj
r .. now Italian styled.
hand knit. CUStOm jewelry [ash
, ,i b) Princess for Mr John, of
Paria and New York The unusual
is being handled in Florida b)
the store owned by Mrs Marianne
Kutner. Mrs Kiitner, during World
War II. was one ol U>4 women held
,,s Nazi hoetagt i Onlj tour of the
lived. Mrs Kutner ha been a
local resident lor several yean.
in the concert hand, and all I l II
joya fishing and slot car racing,
Mr and Mrs \.mi.iii s Rosen-
berg, the celebrant's grandpar-
ents, will attend the dinner and re-
ception in his honor al W.iMman s
Hotel mi Sunda] i vening
Martin Levin
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Li'im. 720 83rd St.. Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
this Saturda) morning, Ocl
Temple Meiioiah.
Martin is a student m the Relig-
ious School ol the Tt mple, and
also attends Nautilus Junior High
s< hool.
Reception in Martins honor will
be hold at home Sundaj afternoon,
llisa Potash
lhsa. (i lughter "I Mr and M -
Herbert Potash, of itwo NK ISTth
Ter No Miami Beach, will I
come Bas Mitzvah on Friday eve-
Oct. -'.i. at Beth Torah ( n
ation,
[liaa will be presented with a
Bible mi behall of the Mollie Ka-
r Sisti rhood. she is in I a
. ighth | rade at John F. Kennt
,i inior High School.
A Bas Mitzvah receptii n will e
held at the Potash home on s I
. Oct 30 Relative*
om New York will be here to
participate ba the celebration.
Ill S t A Y X K T E IIII A C E
340 Blscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida
FACING BISCAYNE BAY
"WHIM JHl STABS AND HfAVff* I0IH YOU* $TIVfTI"
AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED
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SEATING VP TO 300
if WEDDINGS CONFIRAAATIONS
ir BANQUETS RECEPTIONS
it LUNCHEONS MEETINGS
CATERING
Strictly Koihtr facilifiti Available Undtr Suptrrisian f
KAMI TK0I H. STtRN
CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
Have that
Business Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
aA You'll find complete
# facilities to exactly satisfy
4P your needs in the Kismet,
W Aluddin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
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lor Information!
HAZEL ALLISON
Calirlng Director,
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Wti SI. S Collins Avo.


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Friday. October
29.1
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BA3E1 ftrVlr. HtRVAN
So. Fla. Reform
Temples to Meet
L Herman, na-
Union rican
:!1 bf the
tbe fall n
h Floridi
tii | vhi : i tor here la
er
bis capacity re-
Hvrman is responsible
for ipervittnt M rabbinic and lay
rial directors ttmugliout
d State> and Canada He
res M >iirector of the Depart-
ment on Winning the I naffiliated
is responsible for the develop-
ment of new congregataxM and the
tTeni;thenin2 of existing ones in
N.rth America.
Currently, Rabbi Hrmn also
holds the position of director of
th* Pacific Southwest Council of
the Union, with headquarters in
Los Angeles. The South Florida
Federation meeting will be held
at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami at 1 p.m., Sunday. His ad-
dress is entitled, "Tailoring the
Temple to Tomorrow."
A tariM of wurkabopa il! follow
bis W \ark and will deal .. ilh the
. ing ireas
"The I'rban Versus the Suburban
"The Contempor-
ary Role of the American Synago-
Dealing With the Inaf
"Pin mi-ial Realties of
pie Membership." "The Tern-
Ri Auxiliaries Their
. and Ri b
Late Services
At Temple Zion
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;>.m art

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of
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Since moving to South Dade.
the member: hip has increased to
almost 600 families with a large
increase in all activities from
k.ndergarten up.


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NOTICE IS HEREBY HIMA that NOTICE IS HKRKIIY 'ilVKN "'
(he undo Igned. desiring to engagi Ii I hi ... '- n
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NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTH'B i> hi i::i-V OIVI5N that
I hi mi.I. --jn.-l aoalrtng .....naa:- I"
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86-81 -A
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA'
TO M.I. I'KRSi iSM INI l.Ki:.~'t'l"l'
IN TUB BST \ i E OK RAID DECE-
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ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 65C H118
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOL'S NAME LAW
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CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA.
Na. B6C 106BI
FRANK K HATTHKW8,
Plaintiff,
F.U7.A1IKTH l> HATTHBWa.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOO, BUZABKTH U. MATTIIKW.-*.
BeaManaa t'nkmiwu. ar- notified to
a at 18 a ropy of roar ana* or to Dl-
vorca i-oinplaint flod ajtaln^t you on
1-Uli.tlfr- attornry. OHHUK SICH-
OIAS, '.; N.W. I2lh Ava.. Miami.
11a. and file or1tnjU with Clerk of
tlil I'ourt on or bafara November 1"
IMS, oUiai wlaa complaint will ba con-
! sed by you.
DATKI' September 38. IflM,
K B. L-BATHB1UIAN. Clerk
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IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD.
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 6-M'2
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUOXIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 65C 10722
. U.i: M.l> SIIAKIIMAN.
Plaintiff,
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IHI7.\HHY. hla wife, if llvmu.
IXABBL,'" H'.I/W'.KY aka
I8ABKL / IRIZARRT ..ka
IHABRL ,- MEDINA and
mi i.in'\. bar huaband, if iivine.
and ill partlea, kaowti or unknown,
i-lalmlna by. throuirh or nndat a-.id
named dafandantai
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO! lYati.-lar .V Irmirry. akl
Prank IrUarr* and..... iriaarry,
hla wife. If IIvIiib ^
So. S4 Cardrnal Slllceo B-D
Madrid, Span
TO: laubi-l C. lrl aka
Iaabel /. Iriaarry, aka
laabt-l C Ifadtna and
Mi-d-lna, hrt- huslnd. If HvlniT
151 K*-a 1T1>1 Sint-t. Apt. r
Bi-onx. New York .
TOU ARK HKRKIIY SOTini-.n that
a Complaint to Boraclooa MortBuro
^rt'Jr'Block I. M.1.1-KR l.n.lHTS
KSTATES j vordlnu I" th> puit
thereof, rwconled In l'lat Book N,
ivi:.- "'. of '>" Public Baeorea of
1 ..nl.- County, Florida
ha- been filed i.n.ilnst Vl and
bereb) roqulrad to ii-rva < ''i'V
, v...ii anawer or pleading to tho
i-i.n'ii.l.iM,! ,.n the Plaintiff" attorney,
M UtVIN 1 WIENER, -: Aln-i.A
I nit, Miami, Plorlda, and flla th<
orutlnal anawer or plaadlna In the
office of the '' rk "' "" bovi Court
.......- ih. i'th of Sovemher,
fall to do -. nnif ni
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IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOROA IN CHANCERY.
No 6501059
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Ina ihe follmvlng deacrlbad property.
i -,.. Block y. SIXTEENTH
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Ing tn the l'lat i)i. i '. i. '!.' In
Book 10, -it I'ace .".:;......
Public Rei-orda ..f l*J. O
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hareof, or tlu un. -. .. i n riled agalnal ru, and you
are berebj required to erva .. coi>y
nr Answer or plaadtoa -
i -ni-- aui.rn.y-. HARRIS AND
ROBINSON, lith Floor, Dada Beder-
al Hullliiu.-. Miami IS, rlorlda, an t
rue thi original Anawer or pleading
In Hi- '': of llu Clark, of tin- llr-
,-jit Coua-4, ,.n or i-for.- tin- ir,ih d.iy
of November, is>s. if fob fail *o d.i
o. Decree I to fi'nf.-~i" will bi en-
tered against -,.u f.-r th. relief de-
.1 in the Complaint
DATED at Miami. Plot-Ma, thi- IStB
dav of i I,' i-
B, I! IJCATHBRMAN.
CIi rk ,f th. Circuit Court
l n,.i. i".. inty, Plorlda
laeal) Bj K M i.yman
Deputy clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA in PROBATE
No. 67947 C
IN RK I .- .'. of
il.AA Ti -N KRBDEIIK'K
HARi !BR
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NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Crcdltu I'
Ing C'alnw r Den andi t lnl Pol
Entati
Y,.ii are her**) n ind r.-
qak ,i ii. i.v. -' i.' unj alma and de-
manda a-hlch you may have airoln.-t
,,,. pBtat i-I.AYTuN ri:i.I i:
H'K BARtlER deeeam^ lat. Had.
I'ounty. Flm hla. to thi I Jodgi -
.,f Bade County, and file thi
in duplicate ami n provided In Sec-
tion lU.W. Florida Btatutea, in their
offlo .n the County fteui tho ia< Hi
I i:i,l. i -inintt. Plol 'ila. 'I"" x '''
,nd.ii- raontha froaa thi tlmi uf
first publloatli
will h.- barrad,
Iiated at Miami. Florida, thla l-'h
dav ..f i i.-tol.i-r. A.D. IMS.
MARjOI i-.KITK EIUC1N
As Mxecutrls
Fir-t publication of tltla notice on
the l"th day ,.f > letober( 1 "
OITI.KR ft- BFRONSON
Mtorni ye for Rsaeutrui
(11 Alnakay Hidg. .........
So -nli'i- It, a ,1. ta.ill will
be nt- red agalnal fo i
I li. I .--. ptember 7*.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85168-C
Hon. Georgt T. Clark
IS RI : Kaitali- of
AIKYKR A HI.Kit
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NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
v;i CkoMtora and am Persona hi-
I'laiana ..r f*eeiaaali g*aASo1 BBM
EaU
u aro haratty notified and re-
1,. pr. in Hi anil n>-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 86C *967
iNN HKRM IN, aka ANN
Mil.I.MAN BjBRMAN,
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lad IS RI BIN,
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NOflCK BY PUBLICATION
TO: I/HIS RCITIN
1)11 lHboard I'I Ive
AVIiuiotka. Ill nob) _, ,. .. .,
Yf.r vr.i: Fikrkhy soTTPU
for PJquitabli R. ''. Be-
ebsratory Doer. Ind a. ,.. ii ting ha-
led airalnat you. and you ..r.-
,i to arrva a copy if your An-
-r ..I ptaadlag H"- iioanplalijl "
TAIJANo*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA IN PROBATE
No. CB221-C
IN RE: Batata ,f
IIARRT R SAMIKI-S
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. All CradHnra and All Peraona Mur-
ing CuUnia "I- Demands Agalnal ataMl
l-M.iti-.
Ton are hereby notified and re-
quired to p-i-.m any claims and di -
m in,I- which ) ,.ii inns hai
il.....lati n li UUIY R RAMIF.IJ1
, i x '
I to ih.. i 'ounts J stgi l
County, and file the same
ate and aa pn rldi ,i In >' i lion
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ar 'in null- fi'iiin th. th<
il, -i pnhtii .in hen -! the sun.
barred
.i .,' Miami. Plorlda
da) ni '' I" i \ '
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Aa Sin i::i Execul Ix
Plrat pubHcatlon ( thla n"'
ii.,- isth day of lob. r,
M< H riMBR R ''' >IIEN
Alton,i\ for Aiuilla'.t B>l UHX
..ii Ain-li) Bulldlni
Miami. Plorlda
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NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.Tl.T 1~- HEREBY HIVES ill
Hi, un.l. -.,.-.1. a. string to en i
.. ,.f
-i-:i:a'icE at ii SW i
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. unit. (-lorlda.
'.I-. .\ MM. M.BBRT RICK VRP, Jr.
M--ii:i: a m \ssi:v
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Na. eM43-B
IS RK: Estate of
HATTIK Ki.RNI'.UM
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TV All t'i'i dltoi and All !' '
ina I'laime or I'.ni.md- Agalnal BnW
l.-lfcf-
Y..u are hereby not fled and re
qulrod t" nfaaanl any aaatma a...I .1.
iii.irnU u 'Hi on in.it ha v
eaiata "i mattii: KRISBU'M
niv. Kl. r
i i.f Buda
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NOTICE UNDER
FlCTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <:i\ EN tin t
I hi inderaljrn. d, : airing to
,n I,.-in. -- in li r ihe fi.-in n..mo
..f THE M A IAI'. .It ..t 711" -aa li
ntenda to raglater aald name
,h .i.. -. it of the <'ii run '' art of
i. i. i ... i
M INC.,
A Ha Corp.
KF.SSI.KR & Nl ASSKY
Mi,,.-.,, fm Sin i. ...it
;::, Blltmors a\ ,,t I SnraJ dabli -
ni'i ..'--' 11/1
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NOT.Ct OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 8SC 10836
To Whom it Ma] Cbnci rn:
Von... la hainby gtreh thai the n-
gned netlttoner KMll. BlUN
-. s '..m .>i!ilr.< I- 120 i west
Kill Av.iiiie .llial.ah. Plorlda In Hie
. -ii v .i Hlali ah l'. -ii- County, Flor-
ida, intend* to apph to th Honorable
ii .. ,'ii.!.r\. Judge of tho
Kleventh Judicial ClrcuR, 111 and for
10/5-15-22-28


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lelstr*rridlfor
'.-.day, October!
Consul Yallon to Bring Special Message
To Zionist Award Dinner Here Nov. 14
Jack D. Gordon, chairman of
the sixth annual service for Is-
rael" award dinner dance of the
South Florida Districts of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, has
announced that Consul General of
Israel Shimon Yallon will bring a
special message regarding the cur
rent situation in the Middle East
to Zionist members and their
friends.
The dinner dance, at which time
the coveted "Service for Israel"
award of the Zionist Organization
,,-. America will be presented to
Miami Beach community leader
Ben Ciller, is scheduled for Sua-
evening, Nov. 14. at the Fon-
tainebteeu Hotel.
Yallon, who is stationed in At-
lanta, is noted throughout tha
iouihtast United States as or*
of tha foremost authorities on tha
political affairs of tha Middle
East. A graduate of tha Sorbonna,
h* caw** to Israel at the be-
ginning of tha Arab revolts in
1933.
He ha> been associated with the
Lever Bros, industries in Haifa,
and during the War of Independ-
ence was appointed comptroller of
manpower for the northern half of
the country He joined the foreign
service in 1953 and has served the
State of Israel at the Israel Km-
k.vsy in Rome and with the Min-
istry for Foreign Affairs.
Gordon announced that "an out-
Btendlnj i
ned for this ,,innw
Special entertainment
been arranged foi
Irving Pietnc* md \,s
will provi
Single Parents Party
Single Parents >| \|;,mil
will be having ...^
Saturday. 830 Pm
Hawaiian Isle Mote!
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rf. 'W< oman s 11'orU "tlewisli Fioridian Miami. Florida, Friday, October 29. 1965 Sectior. 3 Eleven Clubs Honor Mrs. Lehrman OJ pcaniii a o< Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman presented to her at a .ur.checn o! tribute in her honor on Wednesday at the Fon:cinblecru Hotel. Ten organizations in Greater Miami joined Temple Emanrf-El Sisterhood in the tribute. The painting will r.cr.g in Dr and Mrs. Lehrman's home. Deed Club Maps Tenth Anniversary Celebration Members of ten women's organizations in Greater Miami joined Temple Krranu-Kl Sisterhood to honor Mrs. Irving Lehrman at a luneheon on Wednesday noon at the Fontainobleau Hotel Sisterhood originally planned to honor the wife of the Temple's spiritual leader "for 20 years of dedication and service" all on their own. But when the other leading organizations here heard of their plans, they asked to join in the celebration. The capacity event included union, sponsors, in addition to Sisterhood, the Federation of Jewish Women. Women's Division of American Te.hnion. B'nai B'rith Women. Women's American ORT. National Council of Jewish Women. American Friends of the Hebrew I'niversitv Women's Division. Also National Women's League of United Synagogue of America. Miami Chapter of Hadassah, State ot Israel Bonds. Board of Trusties of Miami Beach library, and Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal At the celebration, a piece of engraved silver was presented to Mrs Lehrman, .is well as an oil painting Of herself to be hung in her home "All about Belle" was the theme of a show written for the occasion and directed by Trixie Levin. Par tuipants included the Mesdames Arlenc Harris, RiU Burns. Hope Pomerance, Martha Stern. Helene Korctzky. Hortense Ball and Dor ris Cohen Mrs. Goldie Goldstein was narrator, with choreography by Barbara Buscy and Millie l>raizar as musical director. Mrs. Lehrman is the daughter M Dr and Mrs. Israel Goldfarb, of New York City, former president (.1 the New York Board of Jewish Rabbis and a nationally known composer of Jewish and synagogue music. She has served as imember of tlie Hadas.sah National Speakers Bureau, and was founder-president ol the Henrietta Szold Chapter "f Junior Hadassah in New York City 'Locally, she is a number ot the Her/1 Group. Miami Beach Hadassah. As well as speaking for Hadass; h. Mrs. Lehrman has also addressed audiences on behalf of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Mrs Lehrman served as president of the Israel Fritrflander classes of New York City and s*r --d Continued on Paft 2-B • sarj Champagne | the Deed CHib I taineblsau HoI • efit the new'%c er Clinic ren'i Cardiac i hors d'eei: rj i orated at an Elaborate: Ball |l for 9 30 p m • •• • R •> and his .( complete %  M with N'eal I : (ir. -monies. %  •''. < hampagne midnight Among ir'ies to lx given out during the evening are color television set I i,i %  s^ble IK>. Mrs Sheldon Spector is president Mrs Dennis Carim icoordinator of the ball, with Mrs ,hil\ Sidernun serving as „s.siH and of the Department !" *ology, Barry College; Mr of the R< %  "'< %  tion Group S< %  .:. i mmittee for tht O and • KI livi din li r ol the VM and WHA Dr and Mrs H Wiliiami i ••• Cni\, rsitj 'ollege, Cnr crsit Mi an. ; Mrs I eon 11 I er. executive director, r am % % %  .ii d I ildren %  Si rvice; I Hi | n Lotz III -\i Icons ir. charge ol the Govern inert Research Council for the Mia.in < hambcr ol < ommerc< And OH and on Receiving guests with Budd an I Iris were Mr Kinkelstem s parents Mr and Mis Otto Fink elstein Also his sister, MrNance Wyman; Iria' parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Schuham; and Mr and Mrs Snlnc> BfrOOSOIl all of Miami. • • • Testimonial banquet is being given Saturday in honor of Dr. Arthur H. Weiland at the Deausille Hotel Some 2oU guess are expected Mrs. Hannah May after 16 years oi residence in Miami, has U-lt these southern climes to be with her children in Philadelphia • • • Miamians delighted to learn that Georgie Jessel will be call ina our area home from now on. ^Worldly *Wooh naked woal in the sum A~ e v. t ( beautiful f -.


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m October S 1965 'knlstnrriffiir Page 5-B jtional Council of Jewish Women Will fer Top Community Services Award .ruling com,, presented .'; MI il of Jewish day, No* I National ...men's theme. .. j, in the W i..,i.„„e the place is m underline! drive of the educa. (prvice 01 eanization to i ,, for a,.. W hono, of the Hannah LK!K m Solomon. IS hems pre1 net! Sections •.try. v.ee presi,ni at Oommunirj Services, is Van .., the tvent QoM atker u.U be Mr Bernard 1-inkmtivc director of vel|an> ria-.nins Council of Dade %  oi.nty Hn v. Uiam I Brenner, presir Miami Section. lut the ithertH will ntensive membenhip drive wheee goal is to Live •verjl Jewish unman in the ("iniminity an opportunity to join the educational and service organization She quoted %  statement by President Lyndon B. Johnson earlier this year, hailing the Council women bOCflJUM at main levels of our national lit.-, your mem berafcap Is strengthening our nation's commitment to equal opportunity for all V.IW tponaors .1 number of special programs for culturally-de prived children throughout the country, including pre->chooLs for three and four year olds, and a cooperative effort with other women's organizations in Uie recruiting and screening of girls for the women's training centers of the Federal Job Corps An adaptation of a reading acclaimed when originally performed at Philharmonic Hall in New York will be presented by Mrs. Larry Hoffman ShoreDivision president. Included in the program will be songs featuring Council volunteers, with Mrs Jack Primack as vocalist end Mrs Alvin Lielierman as accompanist. Mrs. Jack Chernatl 1Section program chairman, and Mrs Charles Fein berg Is In charge of arrangements. Workmen's Circle Will See Film Workmen's Circle Branch 1064. North Dade. will hold a monthly meetine on Wednesday, 8 p.m., at Washington Federal savings and Loan Association. 999 \K 167th St A vote on the resolutions adopted j the Southern District Conference of the Jewish American fam lly fraternal organization will be part of the program A report Of the conference will be given by Ham Sc'uildiner. chairman of the Southern District Committee. Greater Miami branches will be hosts for the conference being held in August 1966. Schuldinar is also on the committee to investigate a hotel for the conference. r* an tor Alexander Goldborq. I newly-elected president of Technion-lsrael Institute of Technology, which was to take pica on Thursday at the Doral Beach Hotel. ere seated iett t.-> right) Mrs. Norman Hill, vice d -.irma:-. o: the event; Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman; Judge Frederick N. Barad, president of the South Florida American Technion Society; and Mrs. Isra-l Teic!', hostess. Standing (left to right) are these hostesses: Mesdames Morris Lipp, Jack Katzman and Mac Kern. (See story, Pg. 5-A.) ecinion Women To Hear Panel ilogy" will sien at the SOUth Dade r • the .'• men's Division D: ,h( Techftkm Society. foe • M prasenl a panel I" it) %  : Miami faculty |"*> Dr. II. rranklu Williams dean of the 1 diaeuaa "A [ tna* \;>:-nach to Science olog) ,They Affect Wf SPfCIAUZI in CONDOLENCE BASKETS ^om $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS our Lives." The meeting is scheduled [or Friday, Km 5, at the University 01 Miaou's Broekway Lecture iiail m the Riehter Library from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Panelists will include Dr. Maxwell Danor. erofeaaot *>f radloleg1...! physics; Dr. Eugene Mann, coordinator of re s e a foh; Dr Aneld Perlmultci. associate professor of physics; and Dr William C. Knopf, dean of the School of Enginoorinf Dr Williams is a member of the national board of the American TecaUUOn Society. The Israel university offers instruction in enineariag, areMleature, the exact sciences, and carries out basic and applied researck while serving as tin.center for supplying guidance .Hid teofanicel services to Israels industry and agriculture, accord ing to Mrs Gerald Schwartz. pul>licity cheii man Mrs Louis Schw art/man. propresident, and Mrs Blood Specialist Speaks Annual membership luncheon of The Miami Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary was held last week at the home of its president, Mrs Delia l).anc) Dr Thomas B. Turner, pecialist in rare blood diseas %  *, and medical director of the John Elliot Bloo Bank, .lack-on Mi enal Hospital, was guest speaker. Carol Lynn Blum who won honors as a runner-up to Miss America on CBS-TV last month, will launch a television career as WTVJ's Girl on Nov. 6. Carol, who holds a number of beauty titles, combined her sinainq talent with her dark-haired, dark-eyed loveliness tn earner third place in the Miss America contest in Atlantic City. Previously she was named Miss Florida. Miss Dixie Pageant, National Azalea Queen Florida's Junior Miss, and Miss Teen-Age Miami. Her weekend weather forecasting for WTVJ will come naturally to her Carol's all-consurr.ing hobby is akin-diving and boating. UM Prof to Speak Miami chapter oi tl e American S iety of Women Accountants V ill meet Tnesdav 6 P Bl at the McAllister Hotel Speaker will be Dr. Howard A Zecur, ot the Universit) Of Miami Hitopic is How to Bestame CoHege — How to Improve By Contrtbutin | Education Beach JWV Post Maps Anniversary Jewish War Veterans banquet and show celebratin, the 20th niversar) of Miami Beach P si will be held Saturday. Not 13, i i the Moulin Rouge Room of DLLido Hotel. Singer Tubby Boots will make a Special guest appearance, in addition to the DiLido's regularly scheduled show lor that evening. Maurice Weiman. commander of the Miami Beach Post, said 150 to 20i are expected to atten.l the affair. 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Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital. for Saturday at the I" Bar S Ranch at 8 p.m. Arranged by MrRobert smith. chairman, the evening's program includes a barbecue dinner, square and round dancing, games and prisea Costumes are optional, with western garb the preferred attire. Marvin Herts will be square e caller Serving on the < mlttee with Mrs Smith are Mrs Sidne) Harris decorations, and Mrs Bernard Sandrev reserva lions. Continental TW Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAMS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomtr Shofcbos" *t$foron Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 ROYAL HUNGARIANS CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitxvahs and Social Functions and CATERERS 940-71st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs 8. Social Functions Loans i."> "> SbOO ATTENTION! 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Friday. Octobar 29, 1965 Jen 1st fhrHiir Page 9-K \ Drop Anti-Semitic Reference i.sl Co-Inued from Page 1 A mo mi..-.' have been moti\ ted a Sat iei desire "to i • inu national attention" from • e Soviel suppression of Jewish turi ioua life in R u %  Anothi pre v speaker was \ illiara ; Rogers, the I S delew sai Semitism li id t and most torms ol racial known t<> man He • in fi rms >f Soviet discrimination against Rusin J< ry. without mentioning the USSR by name, and added that the United states "regrets that anti-Sen i m remains a throat in certain em oi the world." He adced that the United states waa "n : without'" anti-Semitism liut "a> work toward the elimination •!' other forms of racial discrim. ation from our national life. w( ork also to root out antiSemitisi Representatives of a number of eocntries insisted, after the vote, that anti-Semitism should have been included in the draft. The Brazilian delegate voiced a strong protest over the fact that he hec been refused, before the vote, an opportunity to explain why his delegation joined with the Ur -d States to sponsor the rejectee amendment. He said Pont Given Merit Award Kdwir Pont, honor student and musicis: who during Hurricane Betsy \\;> helpful to neighbors in storm p.eparations and cleanup afterwai. s. has received a merit award from the Dairy Council of South F..-rida. The ton of Mr and Mrs Harold I'ont. 21 S\V 4th Ave is a senior in Co.. : Gables Senior High School. >ic has a ten year unblemished avmdance record for Relilous ar.; Sunday Sch


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Pcr. v3 + Jurist fk>rk0t9r Friday. O^ober 2913d %  rance3 X<(. man UMA We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK L.-rr.a Podvin is now number Lucky Thirteen Until last year, the Deeds Chjb had only twelve members, but this year they decided to increase tneir membership to a Bakers Dozen, and Erma got the coveted place. This year, instead of allocating the monies they raise for any one of their various philanthropic purposes, they have decided to build their own Deeds Club Children's Cancer Clinic at the Naraonal Children's Cardiac Hospital and staff it as volunteers. This year, too, Erma is president of Props, which will be switching the emphasis to work for the youth of the community Just what has led up to Erma's involvement in these two organizations which are concerned with show business'* At six years of age in Philadelphia where she was born. Erma started her acting career. She was a natural born mimic, always imitating, not only Fanny Brace who was the star of the times, but her school teachers as well, which got her into trouble more than once. Erma was on radio doing commercials because of the wide range in which she could project her voice, and in a variety show announced by Paul Douglas The show was more fun than gainful Erma then won a scholarship to the Philadelphia School of Industrial and Graphic Arts and became involved in painting greeting cards She used to stop for bread at the neighborhood delicatessen store to buy bread for her mother In fact. Erma txAight a lot of bread because the owner VU cute — Al Podvin. whom she married three years later She gave up her art and radio to work in the store She enjoyed it. and ijot to the point that she could cut a piece of lox so thin tnat it could be used for a veil The Podvins have now been married twent> -five years and have two children — a son Robert — who ju.-t celevated his first year marriage to Merrily, and daughter Judy, who teaches school and is engaged to marry Hiiiel Meyers Judy inherited her mother's art craft because she ha> never bought a greeting card — she always makes them. Erma and Al came to Miami Beach on their honeymoon and got sand in their shoes. A few years after their marriage, they returned to Miami Beach to live and to go into the hotel business. Erma helps her husband at the hotel — she's a Jack of all trades, but mostly she keeps the guests busy and happy Erma joined many organizations after arriving here. Even the ones she didn't join always felt free to call on her to take part in show business. She was in "Guys and Gals" for National Council of Jewish Women, entertained children at Variety Hospital, and worked three days a week as a Pink Lady at the old Mt. Sinai Hospital Talking about show business with the national founder president of Props, she was asked to answer a rehearsal call, thus beginning her affiliation with the organization. It seems to Erma that she is always rehearsing for something or other She feels that her theatrical background has added a zest to her life No one can remain shy around Erma. When Erma and her husband go out dancing, they don't need a crowd to have a good time. Dramatic work has given Erma a wonderful understanding of what makes people tick and helps her in dealing with the people she meets, not only at the hotel but in organization work The Podvins like to travel and always have adventures Just to hear Erma describe an incident is an adventure This year, in Spain. the> were friendly with the only other English-speaking couple in their group Understanding, interest and kind ness are not just for show business people. Erma finds that ,t work.just as well in everyday living. -*6 r -0^-&*-&^•^ %  '^r-^^&^&'J?': Miss Lynn Weds Councilman Maleld More than 1.300 persons attend Sunda>. Oct 24. 10 am at Temple Em3nuEl. where RochelltB. Lynn and Miami L .man Joseph before Dr Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Alfred V. ax.Tiar. The far! le is the daughter Albert Lynn and Use .ji Mr Lynn, of 6226 SW 10th Ter Miami The groom is the son of Rev Max Weiss and the late MrMargaret M alek. Gilts to Use newly married couple from community leaders and well -wisherwere so copious that many had to be transferred to the Miami Beach Police Station for temporary safe storage. For her wedding, the former Miss Lynn was attired in an imported Bianca candlelight creation featuring a lace bodice and sleeves adorned with lace. The train was also lace-adorned She wore a twotier crown of imported lace. Maid at honor was Miss Loretta Bernstein Mrs. Susan Ryttenberg acted as bridesmaid Cindy Lynn and Margaret Cooperman were flower girls, and Mark Weiss was nngbearer. Judge Eugene J Weiss acted as best man. Ushers included Norman Ciment. Robert Grover. Jules Lapp. Steven Szekeres. Irving Cooperman. Dan Goldberg and Bob McClosky. Wtrtr I *s. nun auiar The Chupah was decorated in pearl pink and white mums, poms knd *ith entwined heart. *•> I en featui ..."-I tar A white -a';. %  out for the w the cer.i '_ ,, J i Uoi Iscot satin been held I 'unit ing on both sidelie The fcride carried covered with a heart and center*, e ^ I Urid orchids, rule _. .. n c! I ters and garlands | —onanwii and lacelon A Vreakfast recent:..-, folio**! in the Grand Ballroom. 4 the Foe tainebleau HoteL TV oae puj and white color theme al the T. pie was repeated at •..-. tote] r* ception The bridal table was dec orated in pink and ... Guts] tables were centered w^l pedestals filled wil pink anil white poms. Floral arrangementme bj| the Blossom Shop, of Miami Beart The groom is a past exited nil er of Miami Beach Elks Lodg! An attorney, he receive-; rus la*I degree from the Univer• of ]fc| ami. Miss Gall Weds Marvin Tamarkin Miss Emily Madeline Gall became Mrs Marvin Irving Tamarkin in three o'clock wedding on Sunday Oct 24. at the Club house in Cora! GableRabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David Congregation, officiated at the double ring ceremony The bnde is the daughter ••:' MrLillian Zann Gall. 836 loth SI Mi .mi Beach The groom is the -.n of Mr and Mrs Charles Tamarkin. 3670 SW 22nd Ter Miami. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Wilma Gall The bride's uncle. David Zann. gave her in marriage Best man was Miles Bank. Fred and Sheldon Goldenblank acted as ushers For her wedding, the bride chose a white satin gown with lace applique seeded with pe?rls The fingertip veil of illusion featured a princess crown of seeded pearls. She carried a white prayer book covered with orchids The bride is a graduate of Montgomery-Blair Senior High School in Silver Spnngs. Md and attended the University of M.ami. The groom has a business degree from the University of Miami and graduated from Miami Senior High He is vice president of Beth David Young Adults and an accountant with Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Association. Following an automobile tour through Florida, the couple will be at home in Coral Gables M*S. MAf VIM T AM At KIM mm •lt$. NOW AM COODAM* Goodman, Morris Exchange Vows Garden Club Schedules Sale "The Gourmet Touch will be the theme of a meeting of the Mt Sinai Hospital Garden Club on Monday noon at the Miami Beach Garden Center end Conservatory, 0 Garden ("enter Dr. MrFrenen Young will be guest apaaher Scheduled is a plant sale prior to the meeting at 11 a m In charge of the tale will be Mrs Sidney Smith Mrs Ben Lond is president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club Mis Linda Anne Morris became Mrs Howard Goodman in Sundayvows at seven o'clock before Rabbi David Lehrfield at the Dtl.ido The bride is the daughter Of Mr and Mrs Philip Mornof Miami Beach The groom s parents are the I-ouis Goodmans of Atlanta. Ga I of honor was MisArlene ant Bridesmaids included Miss Dele Marshal and Rarer' K. Of Miami Beach. Mrs Ben North Miami Beach; and Mr> Hai % %  ;. of Atlanta Be-t men vaa David Levy >f Chicago Ushers included Herbert Blondheim. Leo Morris end Harold Sit gel. of Atlanta: Robbie K hth Jacksonville; arm Ben Brow.iy. 1 Miami Beach For her wediiin. the bride chose .' lace and peau de BOSS creation and carried white orch The new Mrs Goodman is a graduate of the University of Florida. Her husband went College, where he i Alpha Epsilon Pi Fral a certified public accour. Reception followed mony at the DiLin honeymoon in the in the CateklH M as in New York Cil ton, DC the couple 2341 Bnarcliff Rd N Ga H**J s. 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October 29. 1965 >Jmis9ifhricBcm Paqe 15 : 1W0 BALfOUR LtONAKD KOSfN LIONARD KOStH Rosens Receive Israel Freedom Award; Lord Balfcur Due Here For Presentation %  Ur ami Mrs LaJOtiard Rosen .: lo be f.rM rvUwittofhV Lord Balfour-lsracl Freedom Aa Btwii pre* lei Templt Menn ol the Greater ifftel Bond Oi nitatlon for the .past two years when Hie communitvachii'vt'd record levels ol bond I Mrs. ROM" i immediate past president of the Hebrew Academy Women and, with her husM nd, has been an active leader ki the Temple and on behalf of Israel Bonds. tbramowitz, splrI Temple Menorah. I a ard will IRupon 'li" Ro Balfour, who froni England tation .it the \Veffgefth : \ r^ MOST from f **.j Coosf to \ :-i Coast r / Stop at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located M0UGH0U1 America! Temple Menorah — Israel Dinner ol State on Saturday evening, N\ 13. at the Fontainebleau Motel Boean, nrtajrainl oi the Gulf American Lanf the American School ol Oriental Research in Jerusalem | and In ided many archaeological expeditions He Ione ot the world's foremost authorities on Biblical archaeolog) and the first to declare that the Dead Sea Scrolls were the find of the century. Rabbi Lipschitz, who received his doctorate in (entities, was chosen by Barry to be chairman of this lecture. '5.50 Per Day .e:s. ZIP Code is a tne and money saver. It takes a shirt cut i through the Postal Systerr am! assures earlier defiveiies. IO-IIA v i in IM: 2nd & Ith Tin id n Ea< It Month Year Round TO mi: BVII\>I\S I S. "j-i Guard \| proved %  *Full Diesel Po%ef and iili -THE PHinr informal comfort 1" i I hi d e a wa y s and sMlti Bahama! n-MWl r-uter | lIIOM 523-70H0 Ask Your Travel Agent — or Contact Castaway Cruises • CHEVRON MARINA lMl SI 17th street Causeway. 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Toge 14-A %  Jen 1st ncrMtor Friday, October 29. 1955 Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Goldberg Recites Blessing Over Fruit of the Vine READ in 'the paper thai Ambjssjdr>r Goldberg r a 1 s c (t his wine -up at the reception to the President and members of the I'nited Nations, and recited in Hebrew the prayer. •"Bore I llagefen." Blessed art Thni. (i Lord, who created the fruiof the \111e. Jews have manv of these short blessings. There is one for wine, another tor water, one for bread, another for eating cake, I think the Lord must like then better than the regular prayers. They are .-horter and do not ask for any favors or handouts, They just praise God. It goes to show a healthier climate of tolerance in the world that Ambassador Goldbe ru could do what he did. Our generation has seen some terrible things, but maybe we are coming out of the darkness. Two cannibals were talking. One said to the other. "1 don't like my mother -in-law." "So eaj the noodles instead." said the second. We have progressed from that Stag* We are not eannibals any longer. Some do not view their mothers-in-law with favor but they have no wish to consume or digest them in a biological way. We are not consistent, to be sure. A friend remarked the Other day that the Hindus will not suffer the slaughter of a COW; >et they have no qualms alwut killing men in war. It is the goal of the I'nited Nations to correct such things In letters engraved ( "i stone on the -rounds of the United Nations 111 Now York are inscribed the words of the prophet Isaiah alwut the commit of the tune when nations will no more learn the art of war' and men will turn their swords into ploughshare* If members Of the United Nations were taught Hebrew, they would able to read the book of Isaiah in Hebrew. There are some uod Hebrew teachers around the United \ There are Mr. Goldbei Foreign Minister. Gold Meir who used to be a school I. in Wisconsin. Isaiah was really the father of the idea of a United Y and more than that, of what might be called a united people, hood. "My house shall house of pra>er for all nations," he said. In time, the members ,,. ^ United Nations could the studS Of the pi,. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN U.S. Official Views Negro Anti Semitism Washington THROUGH A controversial analysis of the roles irt Negroes and Jews in American business. Eugene P. Foley. Assistant Secretary of Commerce, and former Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, has provoked debate among sociologists and historians. Mr. Foley's article. 'The Negro Businessman in Search of a Tradition." was prepared for pub lication in the winter issue of the scholarly journal of opinion. "Daedalus." A sweeping assertion by Mr. Foley alleges that Jews "abound" in business not only in Negro neighborhoods "but Jewish merchants abound in most sections of any city." "As an ethnic group, they (the Jews) are three times as heavily represented in American commerce as any other group, and. of course, are located almost entirely in metropolitan areas. Of all the Burepaafl immigrant groups, the Jews are the only people with a trading background," he said Mr Foley went on to cite statistic purporting to show mercantile tendencies that distinguished Jews from the "general pattern" of America's laborers and farmers. He said that "in their native countries, most Jews were engaged in trading, manufacturing, or mechanical pursuits. For example, the first Russian census of 1897 showed that one third of the Russian Jews were trades men. another third were engaged in manufacturing and mechanical pursuits, one fourth were unskilled laborers and five percent were professionals." "The Jews, therefore, had an advantage over other immigrants in America's business culture," Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER Israel is Very Security Conscious Jerusalem THERE ARE very few countries %  in the free world .1security conscious .is Israel Figures of the defense budget are never publish MI are know n only to the • or BO members of the Km curitj a 1 ome, Intinerariea ol the H -I State ami often even <>f the Prii not disclosed in advance and MIV would dream ol pri lation on ll %  nts and 1 nl ol the Israel Def< ept. ol > ourse as colorful descripi oi the annual Independence Day parade. Though many Israelis, and particular^ news papermen often feel that the authoni.es mainta a si mewhat exci I In this matter, it is gen erally appreciated thai there are few nationin the world with such enormous securitj problems and at the same time M vulnerable to the efforts ci i nent) Intelligence one of the most secret spheres of Israel's se curity affairs is, quite understandably, the Secret Service winch is mentioned with awe in professional circles on both sides of the Iron Curtain. It was only in recent yearthat its existence became a subject to lie mentioned in the press, but the identity of its chiefs, though known to many Israelis, was never mentioned in print. It was therefore with considerable surprise when Israelis opened their papers recently and found a lengthy news item reporting that Mr. laser Rare] (Halpertn), former Chief of Intelligence, had been appointed top Security Affairs Advisor to Prime Minister Kshkol and when next day the papers blossomed forth with pictures of this until quite recently so mysterious personalitj act panied by vivid descripi his pas) achieve meats and the causes of his falling-oul with the then Premier Beniiurion i terestinglj Mr Harel's ap| as Securitj Ml A Pi me Mini Kshkol is the implementation oi a recommendation .'. committee ap| ointed by Mr Bei Gurion following Mr Harel's resignal as C ol Intelligence This committee con former Chief ol stall and now well-known archeoli ) pi • feasor V'igael Yadin and former Secretarj to the Cabinet Zee* Sharef was to abolish the poel "Chief of Securitj Services, as for example of the various Intelligence and Secrel Services, separation between the tasks and duties ,>f these services, and establish a coordinating committee Insti At the same time the committee recommended that instead of Uie "Chief" who was both the top commander of the Intelligence Services and advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense on matters of Intelligence, the Government should appoint a Security Advisor to the Prime Minister who should not be directly involved in the opera tional side of these matters and therefore be in a more objective position in evaluating intelligence affairs and advising the Prime Minister in these matterBetween You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Small Jewish Community in Norway THE SMALLEST Jewish community in Scandinavia is Norway. Altogether there are about l.ooo Jews in Norway, of whom 400 reside in Oslo, the capital of the country There is a small syna-1 jrogue in Oslo, and another one in Trond heim. the second city where Jews main j tain an organized. There is no rabbi in the country, and when Marcus Lewin. the top Jewish community leader in Norway, died recently in Oslo, a rabbi had to come all the way from Denmark to conduct the funeral services. There is also no shochet. since kosher slaughtering is forbidden in N'crway on the ground that the shechita method is inhumane The Jews in Norway do not suffer ninth from the pr> hibition of shechita. since very few •f them observe kashrut For those who insist on kosher meat, the community in Oslo maintains a deep freezer with kosher meat brought in from Denmark The meat 1. sold only on Tfeundeys and on the days before Jewish holidays Malzoh is not being baked in Norway because the community is too small to maintain a matzoh bakery; however the Jewish COmmunit) imports its matzoh from abroad. The communit> maintains | cantor tor the syna gogue, which is closed 00 weekdays but open on Saturdays Hut even on Saturday one can hardh find a dozen Jews at the synagogue services However, on Roth Hashona and Yum Rippur, the synagogue is overcrowded The community in Oslo usually brings a rabbi from abroad for the High Holy Days. ;m ,| pay, mm a V( rN high sum for his two weeks st. iv and for his services The Jews have no prayer book of their own, but they import their prayer books from Denmark because the Danish language is rerj similar to the Norwegian. according to Foley. "Despite this ;„| vantage and the advantage of native whites, there have been many busi ni'.s,. successes from each ethnic group, and no Negro business successes to I latch the degree of success of the other groups s feelings about Jews do not explain either the la< k ol Negro merchants in non-Negro sections of the nty or the failure of Negro merchants to exploit obvious advantage in the Negro ghettos The former Small Business Administrator reported that "the most common explanations \. give for the failures of Negro business develop an-: il Lack of capital because of prejudice 'm the part of bankers, and (2) Unfair compeutioa lrom Jewish merchants." Mr. Foley said that in 1947. Fred A. J President of the St Louis Business League. Himmed up the situation as follows. "A Negro un hardly rent a store fur business in his own 1 borhood because the Jew has thought ahead ol When the Jew sees the drift of the Negro Don he steps in and bins up the strategn and spots for the Jew He rents to the who] to the retail sales outlet He supplies ever) -lore in the Negro belt from his wholesale bo Oomsnentlng on this. Mr. Foley said "th no doubt that Jewish merchants are aggress petitors and abound in the ghettos. Drake ai ton reported thai in 193>. about three fourths I the merchants in BronzevUse (sic) were Jewish I more stores are owned ba Jews than i ethnic group The same is true in Phila lelpl Negro areas Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Testing a Friend IF YOU WOULD lil friend %  gift Hoc Chrtstn find Jew" and Started the pogrom parade down t "^ Dr. K unes is not too sanguine about the :S ^ ing made by the Vatican Council to rectif) '' •"'*"'* against the Jew After tracing the grim red : "*' saires and persecutions of the Jews, he declares don't need any dialogue with the Christians The oes they have to offer they have demonstrated in two IM* sands years of abuse ... All we ask them is to cess* maligning us in print and in the spoken word, lo ti ar ou of their school booke the vicious, nialevolci.' oi the Jews as killers of Cod.'' f h 5 Now an American. Dr. Runes lost members ot n family to the Na/i savages, and he deplores th. fact • during Hitler the church was silent Indeed, he feels '^ Christian doctrines ignite anti Jew ishness, and in a ter remonstranee, he asks Uie leaders of Cll %  "Is sour faith so weak ... that you must ***? Jewish hate story as part of your theologicJ structure. "Van you have no gOSpel without gall f "Not a Sunday goes by without your lesson and contempt against the people of l!" 1 ou '„ the words of JaSUS the Hebrew, of love to VOW BOS but you can't even love His own people • 0 "No religion except the Christian has internoven ^ its theology so gruesome a chapter as that cal Jewish crime of crucifixion." ..MJ As I said, this is a strong book It WOUW be •" ft ,,;1in kid with a sett-Dow ana "~



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Fcce 8-A Jewtstfk>rktl**r Friday. October 29. 1955 Rabbi Scores Zionism And Reform Judaism Continued from Page 1-A ism became dominant in the nineteerh century, said the theologian, a "third option" was available. Western European Jews could enjoy full citiienship rights and "their Jewish status implied no mor than a religious classification." However, Eastern European Jews, still suffering exclusion from society, developed a "corporate Jewish lite with its own folk culture, folkways and language." said the lecturer. Eastern Jews who ceased prac Udng Judaism, said Dr I'etuchowski. constructed "philosophies of Jewish existence which regarded the Jew as a national entity, on the analogy of the various European nationalisms of that time." Thu>. said the speaker, "a radical break had been made with the Jewish past" and "the religious leadership of East European Jewry, as a whole, greeted the rise oi modern Zionism with unconcealed hostility." German rabbis also opposed Theodor Herzi. founder of Zionism, said the speaker, noting that in Jerusalem today "it is precisely the ultra-Orthodox Jews who are opposed to the philosophy of Zionism and to the Zionist State." The Western Jew made his own radical break, said Dr. Petuchowski. when Reform rabbis declared in 1885. "we consider ourselves no longer a nation, but a religious community." Until the eighteenth century, said Dr. Petuchowski. "it would have been unthinkable for any Jew to separate the so-called "reLgious' from the so-called national' elements of Jewish existence." The Biblical definition, said Dr Petuchowski. is "a theocracy. with God as the true Head of State. and with Israel as a kingdom of pritsts and a holy nation" Both Zionism and Reform Judaism rejected the coming of the Messiah which had been a cardinal dogma of traditional Judaism, said the lecturer. Zionism insisted that man can pull himself up "entirely by his own bootstrings," while Reform Judaism substituted "the belief in automatic progress and social meliorism," said the theologian, neither assuming that "man's actions are consistantly under the judgment of God." If Rabbi Akiba. whom the speaker described as "one of the architects of Classical Judaism." were to return, "he would not know what D ake of those — and they are running .> supposedly "Jewish state' today — who speak of the Jewish People and '" Jewish hire while denying t: .'' 1 • :,xi and Israel Bui he would be able to underatan i t others w h<>. t\ M In % J %  • ism as .. : e red whenet er, in a %  I textbook or elw • l.i> iam the two Is -Jewish People for the Drst tune in historj. Dr. Petuchowski, .lows have "the right not to be a Jew.'" In redefinag the manner in which the) shall remain Jewish, their Judaism must be "more than the creation of the present moment, and must add the dimensions of time and space to those of the here and now. Rabbi Petuchowski charged that the sabbath "has virtually disappeared in many Reform Jewish circles." He rejected the excuse of "economic necessity' in our upper-middle income bracket" offered by some Reform Jews as preventing the "senctification of the sabbath" in their homes. The speaker contended that many Jews have "failed to take the sabbath seriously, because (they) no longer take God seriously." The rabbi related a conversation with a prominent Reform Jewish layman who felt that an intensive Jewish education of two or three afternoons a week would •"interfere" with his children's recreation Dr. Petuchowski said that while he was sympathetic to these needs of American Jewish children, he could not "weep for the missed baseball game'' but did weep for the state of mind for which everything else in the world is more important than Judaism." He reminded his audience that "there were times in our history' when Jews risked their very lives" for a chance to study the Torah. Dr Petuchowski paid tribute to the American heritage of religious freedom, noting that "it is one of the glories of our country that a man's religious affiliation is his own business The man who wants to be a Jew, or a Buddhist can be one; and the man who does not want to be one can refuse to be one." Temple Judea of Coral Gables breaks ground Sunday for its new congregational facilities on Granada Blvd. and So. Dixie Hwy. Left to right are Albert Jacobson. chairman of Groundbreaking Committee; Joseph Krefetz president of the Temple; Morris Lapidus, architect; Rabbi Morris Kipper, spiritual leader: and Victor Reiter. chairman of the Fund-Rais ing Committee. Construction will begin In I weeks, with the sanctuary and school pica for completion by the High Holy Days of 1965 The new site will accommodate som< \ member families. M Elder Citizens Power Studied Democratic Club of Miami Beach held a meeting on Wednesday evening in the Sea Isle Hotel. Participants in a discussion on The Political Power of the Elder Citizen" included Metro D a d e (unity Manager Porter Homes; Senior Judge of the Small Claims Court Raymond (' %  Nathan, Dade County State Representative 1-ee E. Wei.ssenborn; North Miami Beach City Manager and former North Miami Chamber of Commerce executive director. Woodward M. "Woody" Hampton; and Philip Sahl. president. 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I'KRSi iSM INI l.Ki:.~'t'l"l' IN TUB BST \ i E OK RAID DECEI'iNT •, are I.. % %  • %  -. notified that n writt. ii n*trimieni -.. %  in'""' "--• "• '" ],.• uiii and i.-m-n-nt "f -ni'l •!'. Hfii haa i~ %  n admltti .1 '" prob %  i., -.u.i Cou i. v %  i ,ir. • %  • i •;,|. .1 Wl-I. II -.1 from i in'In% %  < thi. %  %  '-%  '" % %  .. ihlH !,,.. to appi ..iin • I i ,i ,i khoa %  .HI-.-, if .ii .in rh • i %  f aald i mid arlll to proeati akould not atand %  i.. .i W K 1. 1.. \ NT" i.V .1 uda* 1 By MKUA C I >ICK fTark \1\ RTtS, I1BIM \ N ft K.M'I.AN, -, •' lltl.S i -' > t \l %  I :1... i %  1 lrl pill Ii..' on of tinHi. -ii da • .!,••'•!. Hi 1" I CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA No. 65C H118 i >M \ >\VMV. .Ii HIS llli M \ Rl ~^ v v ,N '. %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION \ JOHN RICH kill M\> ... CnknoMn. are notified neuer to Dlriiii ..>... %  -' yq mm • i -. r vi i Yimplal ,i fll< ,i %  '•. % %  '-1 at lor • \. 'I Ku Ri Nli-lli.I.\S. Ll.' S.VT. r.'th Av. \li tml, l ami I %  lirlnal n n f .-,.., ,.i %  • ,n i.i i„ -, • Si •il.. %  :"• % %  %  .• %  I l)J • • %  UATBU: •• li l' ; i ., i; %  • |, VTH Bit MAN. Clerk ,:. .I' II li-Kl.A.NIi, I %  ..pni v i '!• rk 10 23-39. 11 8-11 ,11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOL'S NAME LAW >: HI arVRN tli.il to ernrare i lltlona nm of A ..numbar •" %  !* of lllai %  ......, .i,. %  i.. nt) %  • i Ida %  Id i. Hi •• Hh IK r ,1 1, .i il 'h 'S .... • lorlda • %  > r. ?? y* CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA. Na. B6C 106BI FRANK K HATTHKW8, Plaintiff, F.U7.A1IKTH l> HATTHBWa. lefrnrlni NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOO, BUZABKTH U. MATTIIKW.-*. BeaManaa t'nkmiwu. arnotified to a at 18 a ropy of roar ana* or to Dlvorca i-oinplaint flod ajtaln^t you on 1-Uli.tlfrattornry. OHHUK SICHOIAS, '.; N.W. I2lh Ava.. Miami. 11a. and file or1tnjU with Clerk of tlil I'ourt on or bafara November 1" IMS, oUiai wlaa complaint will ba con!• • sed by you. DATKI' September 38. IflM, K B. L-BATHB1UIAN. Clerk II Hy K at I.YMAN Iieii ity <"lrk 11/f.lS-tS-M 1-. HI ,• %  i Ml..nil. -a'il iiHiii.• Ir.-nit Court T T. I.NDFR 01 8 NAME LAW IBM 111 iJIVKN %  II nainiof M. KSSiH'IATBX UK \ K •-. Mr • %  i M tRQriT i" -i:.--:-? IN a E K, C 0LNTV J UDOES COURT" *.\?/ 0R DADE COUNTY, % LORlDA IN PROBATE **••"•-A Si] [ I'".. IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 6-M'2 i:i.l7\l-.CTH R M \M>NI:. 1 ,i IV RHBIX 1 I" RT and l-M LINK 111 BB1 T bll i .. .,.1.,11-s NOTICE BY PJBLICATION \ ., CSS K HI • I l : Ivl USB llt'BEH r, l15 Leila 1.1 |M>:\SK PAK • In, ..i.i.. %  ll. M U.V1N v writ ... ,;.,, %  .,..•• I i %  •' '"' I i M HH B I foil %  %  % %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  .. \. TltirKLKR MU? CE TO CREDITORS i ; u.,? '""'""' V;| Pereuea atov. ."•inoi tvinanaa Antlnei Sai.l • Wrti %  J I '-rebj notHlad ami rr • ii* ,,n\ i-latiaa an.* *• "•,1 ma} have aalnt IllVlNH I. r.THl< i% II I '.,1. i-onntv |e*Bi Judcaa of i'.,,u •i.. „,..,. |„ .. %  ii ... I i %  i • upon ii. H KRMAJS HI BN linii.ii.,.Miami .. .. p. oi in %  ,,i,i;raea or befor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUOXIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 10722 U.i: M.l> SIIAKIIMAN. Plaintiff, \ s iv \N,-|S \ IRlSARRT Jk PR VNK s IRIZ.'XRRT nn-1 IHI7.\HHY. hla wife, if llvmu. IXABBL,'" H'.I/W'.KY aka I8ABKL / IRIZARRT ..ka IHABRL ,MEDINA and MI I.IN'\. bar huaband, if iivine. and ill partlea, kaowti or unknown, i-lalmlna by. throuirh or nndat a-.id named dafandantai Ih f.-lllUlIUS. .._._.. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO! lYati.-lar .V Irmirry. akl Prank IrUarr* and iriaarry, hla wife. If IIVIIIB ^ So. S4 Cardrnal Slllceo B-D Madrid, Span TO: laubi-l C. lrl aka Iaabel /. Iriaarry, aka laabt-l C Ifadtna and Mi-d-lna, hrthuslnd. If HvlniT 151 K*-a 1T1>1 Sint-t. Apt. r Bi-onx. New York TOU ARK HKRKIIY SOTini-.n that a Complaint to Boraclooa MortBuro •^rt'Jr'Block I. M.1.1-KR l.n.lHTS KSTATES J vordlnu I" th> puit thereof, rwconled In l'lat Book N, ivi:."'. of '•>" Public Baeorea of 1 ..nl.County, Florida habeen filed i.n.ilnst Vl and bereb) roqulrad to ii-rva %  < ''i'V V...II anawer or pleading to tho i-i.n'ii.l.iM,! ,.n the Plaintiff" attorney, M UtVIN 1 WIENER, : Aln-i.A I nit, Miami, Plorlda, and flla th< orutlnal anawer or plaadlna In the office of the •''• rk "' ""• bovi Court .ih. i'th of Sovemher, fall to do -. nnif %  ni I, %  ( ... • iki ,,... • i in i'... •• • ihall i 1 ..... i II i. \ IKH Kl.. .Hllll VN ... OKI 'KRKI' this Ul 1 B I.i: \ III KM AN ,-i, rK Si .l.-.l < ••• irt lit K M. I.YMAN I '. |.aiy t'h-rk in 1-15 IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOROA IN CHANCERY. No 6501059 .%1 FETERAI. KWINOrt ANT1 i.,., N v ~,. |ATI' S "K Ml AMI. a I i, i, ,i Sta • oiyoi %  •' %  '•"' %  i".. 'i ii i i \ %  -. I vvi -I 'Aitn .HI. > i \ \, II %  \Vi 'I | MM i. 'ii" if. : \ i • A I : I : M I A M KH VI .-. : !' %  iRII i I S v. >N %  i \ SK SNII rllCKT IMMI'AXI AT All \ All i • -• %  • Ni iTICB i iK SIIT ]'i ••.,. itda 111 \ Kr.,u\ icr ua %  %  • t Iron .! II. N". aTor* T..II .,-. %  bj notil i. .1 •' il plain! %  ertaln ni. %  -%  --• ,|. II un.i. ii'!. rfc'i Plli N %  i: %  ....•-,-. ,.f Hi. Ptibll aa, ,iirt .1,. ni • %  Ina ihe follmvlng deacrlbad property. i %  -,.. Block % % % % % % %  y. SIXTEENTH \i -Kiri. i.v v < HI M.I:AII. Ing tn the l'lat i)i. i • %  •'. i. • %  %  !• In • Book 10, -it I 'ace .".:;. Public Rei-orda ..f l*J. O n..rl.ia. hareof, or tlu un. -. .. i n riled agalnal ru, and you are berebj required to %  erva .. coi>y nr Answer or plaadtoa i -ni-aui.rn.y-. HARRIS AND ROBINSON, lith Floor, Dada Bederal Hullliiu.-. Miami IS, rlorlda, an t rue thi original Anawer or pleading In Hi'•': %  of llu Clark, of tinllr,-jit Coua-4, ,.n or i-for.tinir,ih d.iy of November, is>s. if fob fail *o d.i o. Decree I TO fi'nf.-~i" will bi entered against -,.u f.-r th. relief de.1 in the Complaint DATED at Miami. Plot-Ma, thiIStB dav of i • I,' iB, I! IJCATHBRMAN. CII rk ,f th. Circuit Court l n,.i. i".. inty, Plorlda laeal) Bj K M I.YMAN Deputy clerk lo. i: •-.'--'•' ii > IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67947 C IN RK I .•.•'. of il.AA Ti -N KRBDEIIK'K HARi !BR I %  1 NOTICE TO CRED.TORS To All Crcdltu %  I Ing C'alnw r Den andi t lnl Pol Entati Y,.II are her**) n ind r.qak %  ,i ii. i.v. -' i.' unj %  • alma and demanda a-hlch you may have airoln.-t ,,,. pB tat % %  i-I.AYTuN ri:i.I i: H'K BARtlER deeeam^ lat. • Had. I'ounty. Flm hla. to thi • I Jodgi .,f Bade County, and file thi in duplicate ami n provided In Section lU.W. Florida Btatutea, in their offlo .n the County fteui tho ia< Hi I i:i,l. i -inintt Plol 'ila. 'I"" x %  '' ,nd.iiraontha froaa thi tlmi uf first publloatli will h.barrad, Iiated at Miami. Florida, thla l-'h dav ..f i i.-tol.i-r. A.D. IMS. MARJOI %  i-.KITK EIUC1N As Mxecutrls Fir-t publication of tltla notice on the l"th day ,.f > letober ( 1 OITI.KR ftBFRONSON Mtorni ye for Rsaeutrui (11 Alnakay Hidg. So %  -nli'iIt, a ,1. ta.ill will be %  ntred agalnal fo i I LI. I .--. ptember 7*. I p M.l: \,-Kl-N || i "it il ••• Ri • %  (*.!) Bj AV .1 N..KT..N |,. ; ity CVrk • i. <-;:. :: :: %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 85168-C Hon. Georgt T. Clark IS RI : Kaitaliof AIKYKR A HI.Kit I i. i-HJii li NOTICE TO CREDITOR* v;i CkoMtora and AM Persona HII'laiana ..r f*eeiaaali g*aASo1 BBM EaU u aro haratty notified and re1,. pr. in Hi anil n>T.i mi: V. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 86C *967 iNN HKRM IN, aka ANN Mil.I.MAN BJBRMAN, I-ilntlff. vi;r< iit< H : Rl'BlS ami lad IS RI BIN, I >....-I.Oal t-s NOflCK BY PUBLICATION TO: I/HIS RCITIN 1)11 lHboard I'I Ive AVIiuiotka. Ill nob) _, — ,.„ .. ., Yf.r vr.i: FIKRKHY soTTPU • for PJquitabli R. '••'. Beebsratory Doer. .• Ind A. %  .. II ting haled airalnat you. and YOU ..r.,i to arrva a copy if your An-r ..I ptaadlag '•• H"iioanplalijl TAIJANo* IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA IN PROBATE No. CB221-C IN RE: Batata ,f IIARRT R SAMIKI-S I ^ i*eaa %  il NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,. All CradHnra and All Peraona Muring CuUnia "IDemands Agaln al ataMl l-M.iti-. Ton are hereby notified and required to p-i-.m any claims and di m in,Iwhich ) ,.ii inns hai %  il lati n li UUIY R RAMIF.IJ1 i • %  x %  I • to ih.. i 'ounts J stgi l County, and file the same ate and aa pn rldi ,i In >'• i lion I i",.. Ida -i -' %  • theli of%  %  i ,.,,i, i -,. ml t. iInrlda, with slj PBIar 'in nullfi'iiin th. th< il, -i pnhtii .in %  hen • -•! the sun. barred %  .i .,' Miami. Plorlda da) ni '' %  •• I" i \ •' BBRTll A > \ MII:I a Aa Sin i::i Execul Ix Plrat pubHcatlon % %  ( thla n"' ii.,isth day of • •• lob. r, M< H riMBR R ''' >IIEN Alton, i\ for Aiuilla'.t B>l UHX ..ii Ain-li) Bulldlni Miami. Plorlda 1< IS-SS-M 'I "• NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tl.T 1~HEREBY HIVES ill Hi, un.l. -.,.-.1. a. string to en -• i .. ,.f -I-:I:A 'icE at ii SW i \ >. to n lama ..... K %  %  ,' uR Co unit. (-lorlda. '.I-. .\ MM. M.BBRT RICK VRP, Jr. M--ii:i: A M \ssi:v i • w I'oral <1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE Na. eM43-B IS RK: Estate of HATTIK KI.RNI'.UM 11. .-a-.i! NOTICE TO CREDITORS TV All t'i'i dltoi and All !'• ina I'laime or I'.ni.mdAgalnal BnW l.-lfcfY..u are hereby not fled and re qulrod t" nf a aanl any aaatma a...I .1. iii.irnU u 'Hi • on in.it ha v • eaiata "i MATTII: KRISBU'M niv. Kl. r i i.f Buda i pile il. .ii 7SS.1S. NOTICE UNDER FlCTiTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY <:i\ EN tin t I hi inderaljrn. d, %  : %  airing to ,n I,.-in. -in li r ihe fi.-in • %  n..mo ..f THE M A IAI'. .It ..t 711" -AA li ntenda to raglater aald name „ h .i.. -. it of the <'ii run '' art of i. i. i ... i M INC., A Ha Corp. KF.SSI.KR & Nl ASSKY Mi,,.-.,, fm Sin i. ...it ;:•:, Blltmors A\ ,,t I SnraJ dabli ni'i ..'--' 11/1 th.' i. .. .. ,i iai ..f Ba de • oe 'out 'v i •' NOT.Ct OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 8SC 10836 To Whom it Ma] Cbnci rn: Von... la h ain by gtreh thai the ngned netlttoner KMll. BlUN -. s '..m %  .>i!ilr.< I120 i west Kill Av.iiiie .llial.ah. Plorlda In Hie -ii v .i Hlali ah l'. -iiCounty, Florida, intend* to apph to th Honorable •ii .. ,'ii.!.r\. Judge of tho Kleventh Judicial ClrcuR, 111 and for 10/5-15-22-28



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r 29. 1965 +Je*lstncrMlar) Page 11-A World Jewish Population at 13,216,000 are shown planning a conclave at West Palm [to light are Susan Cavell, Beth Torah, vice piesi Florida Subregion; Mark Bunim, Temple Emanu|t; Nora Feldman, Beth David, secretary; end Sleiqer, Beth Torah, president. Southeast Region, ogue of America. Members To Meet Sunday i,i South Florida tlier ;il West Palm .study session. The council and the Jew. kill be tho subject of hr tod by Kaiii>i i;m. of Temple Both in Beach, which will more tluin 30<> t >Y fs of 15 congregations Hid.i area on Sunat K> a.m. ice will be an alliiul include, in adcliitudy session, buzz srfc groups on every activity. The work led by" USY chairle direction of Mark pie Emanu-El USY, snt of the South Florl^iiimser. president of Region USY. a memBfcth Torah Congregation, will lead a plenary session PI will in toi mutated fi r the forthcoming national United Synago i i ention lo !"• held in Washington, U. C, to which all of the i -v leader will be delegates. In addition, the Beth David representatives will have an op portunity to describe Iheir weekend winch will be held Nov. -'."> through 28. Chartered buses will leave from Undo and Broward County and converge on Temple Beth I'l in lime for tinopening service OB SuiMtny II 10 a.m. Uincti will he served by the Temple Beth El Sisterhood and greetings will be extended to the I'SY'ers by Joseph Toyzer. president of Beth El Congregation. The conference is untffer Ue direction of Rabbi Allen liutclnk director of the Southeastern Region United Synagogue Youth. 'OBIN AND TOBIN INSURANCE AGENCY (Formerly Tobin and Rose) NEW YORK (.ITA) — The Jewish population in the United States iestimated to have been 5.1(60,000 at the start of 1965 and the wuld Jewish population is estimated at 13.216,000, according to data compiled for the new edition of the American Ji wish Year Book. New York City has an estimated .)(wish population i-i 1.836,000, Nassau county 373,000, Westchester 0 and Suffolh county 42,000. The figures total to a Jewish population for Greater New York of 2.383.000 Almosl half of all American Jews in the United States 75 — live in Greater -New York and in the neighboring countii ol New Ycrk and Nev Jersej Data on Jews in other countries indicate thai : • A total Ol 2 154.0 0 were estiti to live in the Soviet Union ither parts of thi %  ili c • Israel'.p i mlatii n al the end %  wia m Jews were 2.241.713 rhe others, mainly \i.. >and Di uses, numbered 286,iOO • S ith \mi i ica's 689.950 .lews %  ui i 150.000 in Argentina (with 100,0 i in Bw ITVires), 130 000 in Braz I, 50.1 00 in Uruguaj. and 30,.n Chile, • other large concentrations ol Jews are France, 500.000; Great Mayor Hall Will Be Feted on Beach On Tuesday evening, 8:30 p.m.. at American Legion Hall, Miami Beach Test 8.T will honor life member Mayor Chuck Hall. This will be Chuck Hall Night, city and county Officials have been invited to altend to help pay tribute to Mayor Hall "for his outstanding services to Post 85 and to the people of Dadc County." Commander Henry Coleman has appointed Past Commander Maurice "Doc" Klein, former vice mayor and councilman of Miami Beach, as master of ceremonies. WINDSTORM INSURANCE Available Now For SELECTED PROPERTIES fffrORESS: 3915 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida 33137 1** PHONE: 377-8151 Now Al Your Service nn MJG", 'I'cmi orton outers WATlHF0t *i1M APR1I11S SEASONAL AND YEARLY RENTALS ...the best value on Miami Beach An exliumely limited numher of studios, one bedroom two andt' • bedroom terrace apartments are awailalile turmshed -4 unlumished, at most reasonable rentals by the season Of by the year. FAEE CARPETING • FREE MOVING FJtEE BUS SERVICE to Lincoln Road Mall •nd Washington Avenue for shopping convenience of our residents. H|3 ACRE ESTATE WITH 1200 FT. BOARDWALK, KRINA. FISHING PIER, 2 SWIMMING POOLS, JH0PS, RESTAURANT. COCKTAIL LOUNGE. %  WSCAYNE BAY AT 15th ST./MIAMI BEACH/JE 2-4461 Britain. 450,000; Canada. 367.000: tho Jewish community in Spain lo Rumania. 140.000: South Africa. between 4.000 and 6.000 persons 116,000; Morocco. 83.000; Hungary, 80,000; Iran. 80.000; Australia, 67.000. • In Cuba, 1964 marked a further decrease in Jewish population to 2.750, Political unrest in Latin American countries led to a certain amount oi migration from one country to another, and some immigration abroad. The great influx of immigration from North Africa to France has stopped bul a small flow still continues. There has also been some emigration to span, mainly from North Africa, bringing the size <>t Miami Beach Cbasfal ^Sowers %  ABIDTUIIITC APARTMENTS Wrlf Of Co rW Brotnor* llOUWeslAvn. -Miami Beach On b-nuii'-'l Biscay" Boy Phona 5^7 7815 Outstanding Coral GabSes Home 440 MARMORE AVENUE Perfectly situated, wilhin minutes driving time from cowntown Miami, Coral Gables, South Miami, and Universi y o Miami. Just the right home for young marrieds, retired couple or business family with children off to college. Unusually arge Two huge bedrooms and 2 baths. Wood and Cuban tile £ loor throughout. Entrance foyer. Large livingroom set off from evelarger Florida room by Bahama-style columns. Living area look? out onto 28x14-foot screened and roofed patio and lovely nestled garden. Just enough greenery to soothe and not tc bother the non-gardening-minded. Unusually large eat-in kitchen. Oversize one-car garage. Air-conditioned and heated. Ir beautiful condition. Owner must vacate within month. Both a 25-yr. conventional and extraordinarily favorable 30-yr. FHA commitments available. Priced in low, low, low 20's. Phone 677-7864 for appointment, or open Sunday from 1 to 6 PER ANNUM on 6-n.onth ;rtificstes of deposit -f. %  %  and •cepted. -issued in minimum amount Wo voi/ab/e : S Af£ DEPOSIT BOXES I W C AR LOANS I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI 6013 N.W. 7h AVE. • Phone 759-4431 BANK BY MAIL attach your chotk and moll lo: Lincoln Nolionol Bonk, 6013 N.W. 7lh Avo.. Mioml GENTLEMEN: Attached is my check for $ Please send me my sovings certificate of deposit poying 4 l 2%. A. %  HIMl S C0IP01AK 01 ISUlf NMU notmiss ~ %  nn .... H Cluck MM: O •• D • %  •• %¡ f "rtiflcit. %  %  BtHCHCtt MMMHMMf HW MM l U e IW W MW* iip—oim ••*** _____ ginMM Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. | %  MM % %  % %  MM MMI MMM %  MM



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OCober 29. 1965 • Umist fh,Ut-rr Page 3-8 FOOD i FAIR SERVICE HUIC* f ., OUR % a*. [ 0 MRO*0 F T LM)OERO*LE DELICATESSEN IS OVERFLOWING WITH TASTE-TEMPTING DELICACIES THAT ARE TIME & MONEY SAVERS TO YOU Just tell your Appetizer Man how you wish your order sliced QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ARTHURS DELICIOUS BORSCHT 24-OZ JAR MADE WITH SOUR CREAM & FRESH EGGS-WITH A ZIP OF LEMON JUICE TUNA SALAD '/2-LB 49 HOMEMADE-IN MILK SAUCE WITH ONIONS PICKLED HERRING EACH 29 JW 100 EXTRA MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS \ WITH $2 PURCHASE OR MORE THvic&cuU& (face* Stantftt FOR THE FINEST NAME



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Page 2-B *Je1stncrkaar Fridc EMPHASIZES MEMBERSHIP Sunshine Chapter Has Programs harxer B'nai B'rith IFoatif R> seventh birthday ani paid-up membership luncheon a' the Americana Hotel with a capacity attendance Judge Milton A Friedman, of the Municipal Own CM* of Mi ami. and National "ommissiomr of Ann-Defamation league, who haserved as president of District Grand Lodgi No 5, m-cu--sed proj B nai B'ntn. including the I Hv-pital. fighting arth i Bellefaire. for treatment of en"tionalIy-di>iirb*-d children; Hillfor youth at uni \er-it.<--. AZA and BBYO. Chi! drin 'Hone in I-rael. Israel Israel Bondand AIMIfiai Holl> Warren. whWmf*-appeared m hotels and supper club-. a well aon television, offered musical program. Chairman Mrs Morn| Dresner Hrs. ] Ms Mac I Berkel. Mr>l Samuel R*^ I eflberg. .Mr• I Mnrri.VTil ,..-•• %  Morris W: y president. M. I co-chairman D Friedmal*rg. advisorMrs Vera I ( wood Chapte.,. | of ''Leah M I at a regular I Sunshine ChapteI ington Feders 1 Ba -< ^A uel Rabso-n. program •. mI M, was ir. ; v p^l (ram. Coronaticr. Room oi the Barcelona Hotel wcs when the Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held its membership tea last week. TwentyLve new members were installed. Standing left to right 1 are E. Albert Pallot. international v.ce president of B'nai B'rith, who was guest speaker; Mrs. David A. Hess, president oi the Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Adrian Thai. \ho presented a fur fashion show; Mrs. Henry Ross, program vice president; and Irwin Christie, prominent Miami attorney. T-ett to right; are Mrs. Sylvia Liebman, membership chairman of the day; Mrs. Betty Birchansky. fund-raising chairman; Mrs. Murray Slcup, chapter consultant; Mrs. E. Albert Pallot and Mrs. Irwin Christies. Adrian Thai presented a S50 Gift Certificate to Mrs. Hess, who accepted it on behalf oi the Miami Chapter. Women who have been members oi B'nai B'rith ior 25 years or more were honored. They are Mrs. Louis August. Mrs. Louis Alexander. Mrs. Gussie Amdur, Mrs. Janet Friedman and Mrs. Minna Lavine. Eleven Clubs Honor Mrs. Lehrman Continued from Page 1-8 as editor of the American JewLh C o n g re at Publication, "The Voice." Here in Miami, the Belle Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Girla was named for her. Mrs. Lehrman has held the position of president of the Conference of Jewish Women Organizations of Dade. and Brov ard Counties, Campaign chairman for the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, aad president of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation she was founder-president of the Southeast Branch of National Wemen's League of United Synagogue of America, and is now its honorary president Mr* Lehrman was also founderpresident of the Greater Chapter, Women's Division. American Tec-hnion Society. She is honoraryvice president of the Sisterhood and Parent Teachers Association of Temple Emanu-El, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Miami beach Library, and president of the Federation of Jew ish Women oi Greater Miami. baa also served as chairman CUP THIS AO SPECIAL OFFER! GERMAN LIVER WURST IMPOITED ftOM GERMANY >EC 45< CAN OC C WITH THIS AO sO W, Ah Carry ftUny Otkar IMPORTED DEUCA64ES HARRY'S IMPORTS 8206 Biscayne Blvd. of several Interfaith days, and as chairman of the "Problem Clinic" for all local organizations. Mrs. Lehrman received a Civic League Award several years ago and was this ymt the recipient of the "Woman of Valor Award" from the State of Israel Bond Organization. In the recent reorganization of the National Council of Jewish Women in this community, Mrs. Lehrman was selected to inaugurate the Lincoln Group and served as its initial presiding officer. She also was chairman of Council's highly successful •Freedom of the Book" luncheon. Since she came to this communi ity, Mrs. Lehrman has been called en constantly to address women's groups, give invocations and book reviews, and serve as installing officer. In these several capacities, she has appeared for Hadassah. B'nai B'rith. ORT. Cardiac. Cancer, and Council of Jewish Women. She has made many trips to Europe and Israel with her husband Mad Chapeaux Luncheon Nov. 10 Beth David Sisterhood will present a Mad ("h^peaux luncheon on Wednesday, Nov. lO, 11:30 a.m.. :n Spec-tor Hall. lime. F.loise Bouche. hat designer, will present a group of models to display her latest hat designs. Prizes at the luncheon will be offered for the most original, most beautiful, and funniest hats. In charge of reservations are Mesdames Mike Forer. chairman. Mitchell Goldman. Stanley Jamison. 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Page 4-B +Jmisti fhrrtfrr Friday. C *.u Workmen^ Circle Branch to Meet WorhBM I twites Uv } i a*.-in, %  ** 9pm '* S --'ar Mrs Oariei I Speakers Ban 1 Cunr Society i i answer qut Club E.. "' ,hp "*""•' brai Uoaal fra-. rcntly conkM membership car..; A recer.-.y ttrr.pleted six-hour short course on Metro Gerem* aient was conducted by Mrs. Aileen Lotz. executive director of the Government Research Council here, sponsored by the Greater Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Worr.er. s Public Affairs. Seated left to right ere Mrs. Lotz. Mrs. '•'.",iiiom L Brenner. Section president; Mrs. Philip Bloom. State of Florida legislation chairman; Mrs. Irving Wexler. Section vice president of public affairs; Mrs. Philip Pearlman. Section legislation chairman; Mrs. Larry Hoffman. Shores Division president. Mrs Edwin Oppenheim. Section vice president of administration; Mrs. Harold Greene, Mrs Irving Kananack, Mrs. Richard Keats, and Mrs S. Ray Kaplan. MIS. awn SAimar Nat'l. Hadassah Official Due Here Miimi Beach Chapter of Hadassah will bold its annual Membership I -tirute on Monda> at the > Hotel. MrHich Salpeter. Hadassah' %  rational membership chairman, will conduct the Institute tor the entire cay starting at 10 ajn. Mrs. Norman Myers. M.*mi Beach chapter vice president and m* .T oershjp coordinator, has readied the program, and estimates an ett' nHance Of some 300 leaders in HadaaassVi 18 groups on the Beach. Luncheon will be served at noon. Nat Barm, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, will open the vvMon. At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100", DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN on. 9. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE Pioneer Women Plan Varied Activities Here A regular meeting of Kadirr.ah Chapter of Pioneer Women will be conducted bj Mr* Fred Saadfcr, p.m.. Tuesday evening, in the Commi;r:tv Room of Coral Gables Federal Building Women's Aux. Plans Fund-Raiser Women's Auxiliary of the YM and WHA of Greater Miami will sponsor its fourth annual "Las Vegas Xigbt" on Nov 13 to raise money for the scholarship fund. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Al Raven and Mrs. Bert Saul. Mrs. Richard Young is in charge of ticket sales. For the first time this year, "Las Vegas Night will be held at the new YW-WHA central facility at 8500 SW 8th St. In 1964. the Auxiliary raised some $2,500 through the event. Proceeds from admissions and the games are used for scholarships in the YM and WHA early childhood development program, summer day camp, the after-school prop-am. and for family and sen ior citizens memberships. President of the Auxiliary is Mry Leonard Luna. Staff coordinator for the event is Miriam Scheinoerg. Israel Holiday To be Celebrated Israel's centennial will be tele bra ted by Sholcm Lodge, B'nai 1! nth. at Temple Zamora on 1 flay evening, Nov. 9. it WU an Pou te d bj Samuel Koptind, chairman. Open to the public, the evening's program will feature the latest film on the growth and development of Israel. .Marjorie Frei. choir leader for !e Zion. will lead a ton,munitv sing. Miss Frei is a mezzo-ano and n on tele• and heaid (n radio. My _h h.:promonth Tiber B'rith Israel Centennial U forvarderl to lem ldj> | m chairman, presi Milton K Uehfl %  tm ber of Miami in i •n. occasion. Mrs. William Chase, newly-appointed program chairman, will present a narration and panel discussion on the war on poverty program. A series of slides will sbo* how Pioneer Women, together with their sister organization. Moetzet Hapoalot, take preventive measures to eliminate the need for such a program in Israel. The slides were taken in Israel by Mrs. Milton Green, Council president, during her attendance at a leadership training seminar there. • • A regular meeting of Club II, Mrs. Ida Liftman, president. ischeduled for Thursday. Nov. 4, 1 30 p.m.. at Miami Beach Federal Building. 755 Washington Ave. On Thursday. Nov. 11 at 12:30 p.m Club II will honor the newlyelected officers at Is sac GeHis K* rant, 1141 Washington Are. • • Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer Women invites all its members *nd friends to attend the installation of their new l\ elected officers at a luncheon at the Barcelona Hotel at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Mrs Milton Green, president of Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, will install officers. Mrs, Fannie Gibson, president, and Mr-. Dora offenhanden. honorary prr-ident, will be among those to be installed. Kntertainmcnt will be presented by Mr> Regina Balm, totalist, and Mr. Philip Nashkin, monologist. Mrs. Rae Wajaaberg is sponsoring the event In-tali. • the %  > i Qa t a r % %  •' officers of 1 looeer Women Club I will beheld Tuesday, 7.30 p.m in the I Isstf hotautant. Mr Kranti will be installed a> presidenl Vir her ixth term M | Sandier, president of th Kadimah Chapter will be installtag officer. • • • Eilat Chapter will hold a Jewish Muie F*tval on Sartirdar. 8 p m at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington A\e Mrs Ida Kovobky, i banter president, h-u, announced that all proceeds will go to Pioneer Men's Child Rescue Fund. Jewish Cookery To be Highlighted "Some Secrets of Jewish Cook ery" "-v ill be 'he program for the meeting of Junneret Chapter. Mizrachi Women, on Wednesday. 8 3o p.m at Temple Zamora. M: '.'•. :-.., Ram will lead the program, with members of the izruup sharing seme of their tested recipes ar.d cookiru' senThis will f >Uow a business meeting durinc which Mrs. Alfred Slon. iator of Mizrachi Women, will make a report on projected plans f": I Unu ation of Mizrachi endeavors in IraeL New members will he welcomed to the jn-oup by Mis Arthur Rotii. vice pre-i lent and membership chairman Mrs Theodore Sakowitz is president of the chapter Treasure Dig 1 At Ner Tamid N'-r TamM %  atssdioad TK luncheon will be held in Sklar Auditorium on Wednesday A abort Den meeting will start at !i I ••" followed bj 'he luncheon al noon. President lMrs Eugene Chairman is Mrs n_ eva Lerlue, and Mrs Louis GoM, cochairman. Catering Comn ••<> MrJack rrawatfg. Mrs Jack Yas man, lira Harrj hester. MrMax Ammowitz and Mrs [rviafl hubin SUNSWEET PRUNES ...from SDNNY CALIFORNIA Giv youi family the f:ntt Ii ripnd and "Supr TndrJisd" Suniw** Prun. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE SWISH WEEKLY ~^T38 — Number 44 Miami. Florida, Friday. October 29, 1965 Two Sections — Price 294 JEWS ARE NOT EXCLUDED \. Y. Banks Deny Discrimination In Top Level Jobs • RK — iJTA) — The Mr. BUenoff pointed out. "takes ,n J ewis h Committee week that Jews have matically excluded from meat and policy-makns in the 50 mutual larV in New York City. i of more than 400 execustaff officers and of 750 tin %  banks was made y Thee tore Kllenoff, ittee leader, at a press e The report revealed Uian three percent of veyed were identified as although Jews make up rter of New York City's and are obviously in the city's life This : less than three percent ken down in the following Leas than 2 5 percent of than 400 officers were .i.id as Jewish while the ii-ure for the 750 trustees than 3.5 percent. Co-nmittee researchers learn|... a so that no Jewish executive | .-'icers were found in 82 percent Hia banks while no Jewish [vustees were found in 60 pareenf It' the banks. "The evidence suggests," the report asserted, "that .%  ervsitivity and indiffererxo, if not deliberate exclusion, have l-erdened over the years into de I'ecto discrimination." lusion of Jews from jobs as 1 in mutual savings banks." place in a cit> where Jews comprise about 25 percent of the population and have comparatively high educational qualifications for executive positions In New York [ City, Jews constitute approximateContinued on Page 3-A LBJ Vows Aid For Desalting Plant in Israel MYEJ? FFIDMAN delivered pledge Kaltlii Scores Zionism And Reform Judaism By Special Report JENK1NTOWN, Pa. A leading .u-wish theologian declared that Zionism and Reform Judaism are both "m need of repentance"—Zionism tor substituting nationalism for God and Judaism, and the Rein movement for substituting M CUlarism for the 'kingdom of priests and the holy nation." Dr. Jakob J. Petuchowski. profeasor of rabbinics and Jewish theology at Hebxew UjliQH CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, the Reform rabbinical seminary, examined the "self-definition and commitment" of American Jews. He delivered the tenth annual Leasing J. Rosenwald Lecture, sponsored by the Philadelphia Chapter of the American C< uncil for Judaism, at Hotel Benson-East. The series was begun in 1955 upon the retirement of Rosenwald as first president of the Council. He is now chairman of its board. "As long as the world was a religious world," said Dr. Petuchowski, the Jew could "remain, loyal to his ancestral faith" or "opt for conversion to Christianity or Islam." When modern secularism, agnosticism and antheContinueel on Page 8-A Dutch May Extradite Eichmann's Assistant PRIME MINISTER ESHKOt spry politician AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Justice Minister Ivo Samkaldcn told Parliament this week thai the extradition to Holland by Austria of E ich Rajakowitch, former key aide to Adoit Kchmann in wartime i ccupied Holland was a possibility provided the former SS '.nicer was Still in Austria. Rajakowitch was trie,; in connection with the deportation of Dul h Jews and sentenced a .< .., y, .,.prison term He released last v><"k and the Dutch Auschwitz Committee „ ediately sent n appeal to D U h Prime Minister Joseph I als to a mmediately to extradite the Nazi from Austria The Corriere della Sera, a leading Italian newspaper, sharply criticized the release of Rajakowitch, from a Vienna prison. Rajakowitch, who was convicted for his part in the deportation of thousands of Dutch Jews as an occupational official, was released after a three-year term. The Italian newspaper said it was "astoninhed that, of the cnlire Austrian press and news agen, nlj one daily" reported on the Nazi's release The newspaper said that "the most peculiar aspect' 01 the case was thai the Nazi .. i. • ased even before a higher court had the chance to rule on an appeal by the public attor! ey against the Nazi's light sentence The newspaper recalled that akowitch fled from Milan in 196] when his Nazi past was exposed and that after he was denied asyl.im by several countries and refused readmittance to Italy, he decided to give himself up to Austrian authorities. JERUSALEM — (JTA) — President Johnson has promised Premiere Eshkol that the United States Government will take part in the financing and implementation of construction of the multimillion dollar Israel nuclear desalination project, it was learned here this week. Myi r Fekiman, who served the lete President Kennedy as White House advisor on Jewish Affairs. met with Premier Eshkol and reportedly delivered to the Premier the President's pledge. It was assumed that Premier Eshkol would ask Mr. Feldman to deliver a personal reply to the Present and that after that intensive negotiations would begin ir Washington on steps for implementation Construction of the nuclear desalination plant — a joint American-Israeli under-taking — is expected to start next year after study and planning phases are finished in the next few months. The United States took part in the initial exploratory phases of the pioneering project through a joint United States-Israel Committee which was set up after Mr. Eshkol met with the President in Washington in 1964. While it had been widely expected that the United States would also participate in construction of the plant, the President's message was the first clear indication that it would do so. PROCEDURAL WRANGLE UN Decides To Hear Arab Body UNITED NATIONS i JTA. The United Nations Special Political Committee voted this week in a continuing procedural wrangle, to allow members of the Palestine Liberation Organiza• lion" to speak on the Arab refugee problem. The language of the decision stressed that the grant of permission to PLO members to speak did not constitute in any way "recition" by the UN of the PLO. Ambassador Michael S. Comay, lv iraeli permanent representative. then said that as be interpreted the resolution, the emphasis was on the word "persons" and that anyone appearing who claimed to represent the PLO. would speak as an individual. Adnan Pachachi of Iraq, who sponsored the move on behalf of the 13 Arab states, insisted he did not interpret the decision as Comay did. Comay told the committees Continued on Page 7-A JOINT U.S.-BRAZIt EFFORT DEFEATED Anti-Semitism Dropped From Anti-Bias Draft \Eshkol, 70, Campaigns Hard JERUSALEM — (JTA) Prime Minister Lev! Eshkol, who became [70 years of age on 'Monday, began celebrating h's birthday by campI signing vigorously for the election '! the 'Mapai-Achdut Avoda slate in the general elections to be held rext Tuesday. He addressed several street raises, visited the Baka and Katamon districts of this city, populated chiefly by new immigrants, addressed crowds from the balconies | cf apartment houses in those areas, and entered homes where he shook hands with the residents and urged them to vote for the ticket which he heads. In one of the homes, he was presented with a large birthday cake. Mr. Eshkol's canvassing of the residential neighborhood was typical of the last stages of the long election campaign to be culminated at the polls, where the Israeli voters will choose 130 members of the next Knesset. Many Israelis are frankly tired Continued on Page 15-A UNITED NATIONS (JTA) \ United States-Brazilian effort to include anti-Semitism specificallj in a draft Unil (d Nations convention on elimination of racial discrimination was overwhelmingly defeated this week. So was a Soi let effort to include an amendment bracketing Zionism with Nazism, which aroused widespread hostile reactions. The US. Brazil project was beaten bv a maneuver in the General Assembly's Social. Humanitarian and Culture (third) Committee. The Committee adopted a GreekHungarian proposal to exclude from the draft convention "any reference to specific forms of racial discrimination." That resolution was approved 82 to 12 with 10 abstentions. Israel, the United States and Britain opposed the proposal. The effect of the vote was to kill a Polish amendment to condemn Nazism in the convention preamble. The vote followed an address by Ambassador Michael S. Comay, Israels permanent representative at the UN, who pleaded for specific condemnation of anti-Semitism as a "social disease.'' He also denounced the Soviet effort to link Zionism with Naiism and attacked the Soviet Urion by name for its discriminations against Russian Jews. Sine Comay departed from UN precedent. V. M Chkhikvadze. the Soviet representative replied angrily. He said Israel, in concert with the United States and other countries, was trying to "wreck" •he convention, and that the Soviet Union followed a policy of "unswerving battle against ignominious anti-Semitism." Calling the Soviet maneuver "contemptible" Comay said whatever the Soviet motives might be, the proposal was "an affront to my country and to the Jewish people everywhere." He suggested that Continued on Page *-A



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* %  knlstflrrHitr Page 13-A mi Institute Due at Beth David Ljnr1.ni. spiritual leaded congregation, will rK „ of eight weekly .,, Both David „f -Judaism and „,,! hiconducted 1:30 p in weekly, with tial hour following. n w$ oprd P*t>"t k with an irsairwural Morton Sieve', "" United Syr9ue on Jewish Eoucadijcussed "Judaism it Missile Age." thus II lci-ture [IN TIMES SORROW -tas ixpress what word* cannotl WK Si .n v>\ir\THT l INYWHBBl itic Gortons MIAMI BEACH 516 532-3361 ICORAL 5ABIES 60S : 123 000 FT. IAUDERDAII 51 FR 1-7398 IMAN UNVEILING he dedication of )met to the memory of the lite •RTHA BUSMAN take plice Sunday, Doer 31. at 1 p.m. at SINAI CEMETERY i Rabbi Solomon SchiH officiating, i and relatives aro liked to attend, nument erected by |LB MONUMENTS Tuesday will examine the Jewish concept of family and marriage Other lectures scheduled in the forum series include. • November 9 — Jewish Views on Intermarriage and Conversion. • November 16 — Jewish Concept on Separation and Divorce. • November 23 — Physical Relation in Marriage. • November 30 — Parent-Child Relations: Karty Years. • December 7 — Parent-Child i Relations: Adolescence. • December 14 — Marital Adjustments and Conflicts. • December 21 — Summary. A program primarily for worn, en opened last Wednesday morning at 10 30 am. with registration and a review by Rabbi Landau ol his l>ook. "Length of Our I>a>s This coming Wednesday, a series B'noi lion Meeting Ii n.ii /MM H to hold Its opennig meeting ol the season "n Thursday, x p.m., ;it Washington •r..l. 1234 W.i shin .:ton Ave Chairman is A Reiser, of 626 Ocean Dr Gar son W Denglo, i member of the National Executive Conunitti hi lesl speaker of seven sessions in beginning and intermediate Hebrew will be given from 930 to 10:30 a.m.. following which Kalibi landau will discuss "Jews. God and History." by Max I. Dotnont. Also scheduled is a series of four businessmen's breakfasts beginning Tueday. Nov. 9. at 8 a.m.. with a discussion of "The Jewish Way of Life." Women's league for Israel The Women's league for Israel met Oct. 21 at the home of its president. Mrs. Faye Tupler, 3 Island Ave., Belle Isle New board members added were Mrs. Alex Dellersin, Mrs. Rose Hochstin. Mrs Elizabeth Richman. Mrs Emma Ratner and Mrs. Harry Kapell. secretary. WE SPECIAUZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS Prom $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open leery Day Close*! Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami't Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer PALMER MEMORIALS 'Miami's Only Jewish Monument MMsrf" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE l SCHEDULED UNVEILINGS 1789 oiiCATNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1*45 Mt. Sinai Cemetery MAX COIDINER. 2 p.m. Rjbbi P UVbcrmun SEE WHAT YOU BUY I DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRYI Buy Direct from the Manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders 3279 SW. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK 1 } } { HARDEN MAUSOLEUM { "THE SOUTHS < MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETFRY" ( Cuerenff ed Perpefual Cart fund AND Announcing.. N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 MRS. MARY COHEN K to thank her many friends who expressed sympathy in her re


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Lkr October 29, 1965 +Jm1st> fhridTter Page 3-A Icted Expert In Human Relations Affairs [o Be Speaker At AJC Brunch Here JRGl COVIRNMINT TO STUDY CUBAN INflUX PACE 10 A (he nation's loading ex the fu'lcl of human rela. | be guesl speaker at a I here Sunday. 10:30 a.m., 1 ,|, rjuponl I'laza Hotel. Jjl,. Dr. John Slawson, execuL e president of the AmeriII ish Committee. Dr. SlawL M address the breakfast sesfty, ,g .|M>nsored by the CreatChaptM of the organiia| ul1 ,i: man i> Marshall Harris. In ecognition of his pioneerling (Worts in advancing good hurr,relations, Dr. Slawson as t'ected to the Executive Comittoo of the United States Nfltsal Commission to JNE;C0. Former Attorney Gent-ci Robert F. Kennedy also recceied Dr. Slawson's contriiot; s when be appointed him bo Itw President's Committee on Jimla Delinquency and Youth Irimi as special advisor on Metfopo in Problems of Youth. I>Slawson's career in social l :< In ics service as execu|\,. i rector of the Jewish Hoard G lians Of New York, execu%  d of the Detroit Jewish I Federation arul assistant I ., of the Cleveland Jewish ielfi Federation. \ mer president of the N'aJsna .inference of Jewish Social felf. t. Dr. Slawson was an office Welfare Council of New leader of the New York late I onference on Crime and I ention. a consultant on ar-tu •'• delinquency for the I States Children's Bureau [i .nal Security Agency, and i ;it to the White House Conhen. • >n Children and Youth. 5 alter Dr. Slawson joined I eriean Jewish Committee he inaugurated a compre• program of scientific re%  arcl nto Uie root causes of pre%  ul methods for combatting search and education in the field of intergroup relations. As professional head of the American Jewish Committee, Dr. Slawson has traveled widely in obtain first-hand information on the Mains of Jews abroad and the problems of Jewish communities as well as on human rights in general. In 19.")7. he served with an AJC delegation that was granted the first audience ever accorded a Jewish group by Pope Pius XII. and in May. 1964 he was with an AJC delegation that met with Pope Paul VI to discuss Jewish-Catholic relations, as expressed in a decree at the Ecumenical Council. In 1962. he was with an eight-day survey and consultative mission to Israel during which meetings with Prime Minister David Ben-tiurion and oilier top level government officials further strengthened the bridge of understanding between Israelis and American Jews. In 1939. Dr. Slawson visited Germany and met with a number of West German government, educational and political leaders and social scientists. These meetings explored the problem of the almost total lack of knowledge of German youth about the Hitler period. Particular emphasis was placed on the importance o* utilizing human relations principles and techniques in the development of a more demoratic society. As a result, groups of German educators have been coming to the United States twice each year to study American methods in citizen education.. Dr. Slawson has written authoritative works on juvenile delinquency, child welfare, mental hygiene and Jewish life. His book, "The Delinquent Boy," has been a standard work in this field. He has taught at the University of Michigan and the College of the City of New York. iHkl wm 445-7721 EAGLE FINANCE CO. 3S0 Miracle Mile Loont SI5 to S600 RAT PROOFING A Specialty RFGUUR PFST C0NT0t FOP, THE H0t AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. COrAMERClAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET la ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specializing in Bmr Mitivsftj t Wedding Invifafiom (Union Shop) Parness Press 437 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 group hostility, This pioneering eflort led to the publication of the five-volume series, "Studies in Prejudice." the .standard reference work for social scientists in this field. Dr. Slawson was one of the leading forces in the conception and development of AJC's Institute of Human Relations. Dedicated to man's understanding of his fellow man, the Institute is both the committee's national headquarters and a center of rei N.Y. Banks Deny They Discriminate Against Jews Continued from Page 1-A ly 50 percent of the total college graduates.' Mr. BUenoff related the report I to nationwide studies made over a period of years by the American Jewish Committee on the subject of religious discrimination In the executive suite of American business and industry. He said that the facts revealed in the mutual savings bank study are "illustrative of the restrictive patterns that the American Jewish Committee has found to exist in many American financial institutions and among the nation's leading corporations.'' In making recommendations, the committee report asserted that mutual savings banks are chartered, supetrisad, and governed 1>> the Executive and Lefistai tive branches of the state Government, "whose public policy is un: equivocally opposed to discrimm.i, tion and restrictions based upon i race, creed, color, or national origfek," Hank officials denied the charges. Tire Officials in Miami Four officials of the B. F. Goodrich Company in Akron. O., will visit Norton Tire Company this week to tour local stores and discuss expansion programs with President Norton Pallot and Vice President Ronald Pallot. The officials are Al Senne. R. L. Dewey. William B. Thompson, architect, and Merle E. Zuber. MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET-PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS' ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A A DIVISIOM OP TITLE UU i Jewish National Fund MEAMI DEVELOPMENT DINNER Dec. 5th, 1965 j-ontctineblcati tAv. 300 E. Flatter St. 8380 N.E. 2nd Av. 2750 S.W. 22nd St. 900 N.E. 125th St. Dadeland 28875 S. Federal Hwy.



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Page 6-A -JewlstrhrkJtor Friday, October 2o li %  w T b v u o V U c c t £ < c 1 y Palsy Group Elects Officers i\ Byron J Topol. Board of Direc ton imalilcnt United Cerebral Association "i Miami, has announced slate of new officers for 1965-1986. Succeed.ru; Topol -. rre Rhard R. P, r £ I Anderson. Jam • %  >... ."A •tec i rE ii3 reHected secretar ;•". Left to right ere Ho^es Oialvo. daughter Reg na C'-.vo, grandmother Mrs. Pessel Frieder, son Jacobo A'cLvo end Mrs. Moises Ojalvo. Mr. and Mrs. Oralvo and Mrs. Pessel (omed Reg.r.^ and Jacobo in Miami as one of hrst Jewish Families Arriving In Cuban Influx Crossed 90 Miles To Florida In Rough Seas The first two .Tewi-h families to leave C uha in the current exodus arrived in Miami last week, ack U hours in ver) rough seas. The two families decided to make the trip anyway. *uce they d*ti not want to delay their departure from Orba in order tn be leuruted with their children who were waiting in Miami. It is estimated by United III AS in charge of the local resettlement program for Jewish emigrees. that There are sown* 2JJO0 Jews still living in Cuba It is anticipated thnt a sizeable number of this group may want to leave Cuba in order to be reunited with their families Already living in the United States. JuneRice, executive director of HI AS. recently spent several days in Miami in order to evaluate the potential magniUite of the re fuiiee rnfhix and te co—t l with Federation officials on the matter Yoo'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conrprtsl WKAT-FM **VV"VV^V^'^VWW^VV^*^*V^Vl^ THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MffOS FOB ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothing, linent, Dishes, Drapes, ffc. PtEASf CALL t FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27rh AV€NUE Ph. 696-2101 ir^DADE FAMILY OPERA^ A SUBSIDIARY O' TMC 0*t3A GPresents TWO One-Act Comic Operas IN ENGLISH ONE PERFORMANCE ^^""^ OF ONLY 1 1 %  p t Secretcf^6i^ n i Susanna m v.^ two Cuban families leaving Cuba in the current exodus. Regina is employed as an IBM operator and Jacobo as a clerk in a hardware store. SUNDAY AFTERNOON NOVf MBi R 2|v. 2MP* BADl COUNTY AUDITORIUM frRCH MOC. 3 60 M M WiTl *: M H B*. %  MM '-*> •*•"•# MM : %  % %  '.< V l4" •^% TICK'S i'>" %  >' OAD/ cm v n unmmm i HIAS, a laamticiary of Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, r* the rrternational Jewish agency responsible for resettlement end migration of Jews outside of Israel. HIAS and %  eric-rat ion won inter national awards for their combi rttort.in res^tthns Cohan Jet %  taring the lfrKMSi influx Local rapreMataiive for HIAS. which maintains an office %  the Oihan Rcfu-rre Centi is Mrs Shiriej SebgBMaV REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Oreoter Miami's largest 1 Oldest Svaaly House Far Syaoanaaet, Hebrew I Somfoy Scha.ls. Wholesale t tefaif IS*Aft/ Gins AMD HOVUTItS 417 Washington Ave. Jl 1-M17 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAllS WHEN YOU* PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JfFFHSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PIAZA NIWTON AMERICAN ISRAELI $ RELIGIOUS STORE A ALL RELIGOLf ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUE* SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. K 1-77M $. Schworti Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI a. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew fteliejiovs S.piXiri tor Synagogues. School* A Private Use 1515 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JE 1-3840 ^SUN BENT A CAR] 301 23rd Si MJ ^ %  Jr^65 DODGES i.'o-a'c. Pe*er S'eer.ng FROVl ""3 0'*-er New Cars VVk. + 6c mi. '15 iKbjditf Littiht) 'rurjace Stmct PHONE 532-5502 1 i m .< STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSiC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining vt$* th§ STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a bmatbfktog v* tlmffl Porra$ on Accordion • Mo Covr. No M-MHM* Dm •a tht octtn at 48th Strttt, Miami #* f Reservations Required: JE 2-3 600 J



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i : femist HrrHtor Harry Hershfield Due at Emanu-fl Dinner Honoring /L J. Molasky Sunday u :-rj i^i : i MJBtS <* I2~* %  ,%  -• .--.. i*vai lf~^ -*eaw-r-JK ** versat oe* uwt<< tbe <( %  %  .*•* tw".- •y tea*., wmrt a '.rv_ *** fvr taupe wan. I %  e ••. — •_-••*•* aa-<-. *"•tMaaoOBpI JMHII a* *<**-.* Sir %  % ?.:; •. k. aa* • aAM BRr the rm aaaey r*an %  *<'** •** evtac Basal •> OB U> >S IMA. Gala %  ".he artiesc* -f f'Wk Jw. r.or_*t. wbo ha j e^oer;* a tftsac H*rah.- M %  •ttr/rlu and hM Pi -rr_i DO! a* a b.rr^ma*t*r and aflat 'am-, and -<• aa r. ..f sse Matt r. for AmlMwUir arvj Mm Rov will wat < p.m. it.': 'imr^r *.'. -"ar*. at J p.m. PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through tha raproaantativa of THE JEWISH AGENCY, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami loach. Room 205 SUNDAY, OCTOIER 31st and MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1st Telephone for Appointment 532-1707 OFFICES OF DISTINCTION ky PAVLOW Office daalg na aaad tvmlahlnga I from manufacturer *S Da tka, C ha Ira, Sofaa, Cradanzaa, Larr.pa, Everything far the Office of Dletlnctioat I sWaTa* VeMfn • Own ttutJty Mornlnf PaVLOW 0' FICfc FURNITURE. Inc 7BI i>/u,"i*n/ Hit Attriut Tiopxane Highland 4-82?1 L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Rhone FR 1-1363 WK INSTALL I*LASS IOSS LYLKIIY PURPOSE! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Ranffara Taps, Bevtlei Mirrort and eiilerin Our Specialty | Variety to Honor Jerry Blank %  %,-Axr X*e* a* WOUKAUYEARi) ES^ .. -. an local be .'ar piae u at* He : i -.*-aoer of tae Obzes Boar4 -rz aad a Ar "il Baak of • i : i-ow-il .' alaa ae r> ed as an aaorv at the :35 Coaabiaeo fpa*i c-fwaaisr *! aai ailii r f ~r • %  Mori Je^ rederatian ax waaaaJi/. ; Moioiry wj reca.re lar= a FreeKiorn MaxkxDion iar c _iat=.- of aarrice to Soodoy venmq at too Ten:-. "--'-rr. --~ itr-r*. Drr--*r -:' Saaaa %  •—* For.•/:_-.ec.e^r. Hv. Corr_ig to V„r-. -%  .-.e preser.:ct:cr. ^ 1*r-.. Arrjy^saodor ShabrTUli P.oa*r_-.e Cedars Names Ball Committee Baaefe Hold this k q %  Kamed ware R '''" V.l J-rsep*-! Garl thai B*r. Novick Harold LandflaW TV-ir •rrrea anil '/f the hostess and reeeoaiea committ^. Anr.. •. ersary hall and dance T11 present King of the N.At CUaba." Joe E Le*i n.ain attract ton. and is a benefit and black Ue affair I YOU* BLESSINGS AlQNl I I WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL! I hot a aarta BUR RONS will' aM Isead aoa Moka I I I XI • %  iKlhr ttraaf. MA/SHiE FRIEDBERG V' ^S/ifaif_a/*/> ewtce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS MSMIOM CENTft OF TMF SOOTH L-,--T .L>it Sty Ma #.. •/.( ... .. *^ FOEE : N PEA'ST TO BUSES 72 LINCOLN ROAD 'On I Phone JE 8 0749 O' lit* P-- F -5 <^Mrris Orlin, Founder D'RTiifled, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all WUMi •, UCU'Sivf J(W;SH cliff Itkr MO 1-7693 akbi Jeseeh E Potkotjb •• A :;. 5 *r *.iai ma! •45 ,1 I 1701 Wesitiegtan Aveeee, Miami Bec:• .i ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION OF LATE c: C 1 EVENING SERVICES FOR THE 1965-66 SEASCs DR IRVING LEHRMAN "Judaism ami Christianity — A Hew fncour'er' CANTOR ZVI ADLER will chant Assistod by the Tomplo Choir Under tha direction of Mr. Eli Samue s funeral ..." mor I] landfitlu I ... %  lire. in Fi : f, :l chapeb-aD i paaaad, modern I %  *ouicn of intearity, reliability aud unilerstai: I a finerpenoi I i coat no great-: %  I Etrviee.Mr-r... ..r.lu.-r ':• Chapels...con. in Coral GaLh-s, Miami Beach and North Dads C serve all fifty states. That Is why so many families ask Riverside to take jn times of stress. rts a 1 1 .a rg riverside memorial chapel, inC FUNERAL DIRECTORS Uiami Beach: 1250 K< ::-ar.dy Drive • 19th a::a 1 JE 1-1151 Miami: Douglas Road at 8.W. 17th Street • ED ^ortb Miami Beach: 1CCC0 N.E. 19th Avenue • WI 7-i



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October 29. 1935 +Jpwlsli Hrrkfttr Page 7-B tawuncf yours, <_/ 4.' L £M U^it MPLE | held a victory T dinner lJ '"**} •** brating U npletion of fundrusinwhich culminated ID iroundhrc-K., ceremonies on Sunday for ih. Temples new site gg (Iran.. I. I Ivd. M ttl M i Springs Villas Pla>ho">' on Saturday night. Mr Joxi Kr.f.-tz. wife of the Temple pre! ent. wore a mapnti whet cocktail oun with the beU -' featured on her three 1 ( '^ ps Her w,ist riDamini n featured a neckline wnici •• %  high in front and dipped km hack, where it was trimmed with tassels of gun mf t a ;, %  a via r beads. Chairman M the Building and Develops.i'' Fund campaign as Wcti Reiter, whose wife mi (owned in %  black chantilly liroidered in jet >equwv %  worn over a black peau d. ith Ruffles trim med thi sleeves and hem. Wife % %  : -i-tant chairman. Mm Albert Jacobaon, chose a black silk • eath with illusion set into thi MrMi I inn was chaining Her long sheer wool was trimmei el beads on the b dice .i draped bateau necklii 11 bairman, lira Uelvin ..in a powder bh .ii a dinner en *embU the skirt in the silhouette, and laUn in • %  bodice Mrs. David ted a sleeveless heath. Pale pink .HI ensemble was worn h\ Mrs Seymour Simon. N,r Mot anger's velvet dress "Vl jacket en in Goya rod and orals. • • A i was also the Mrs Irving Schiffon was in green had a deep flounce Mrs Riehard piece black metal • featured the waist i rMouse. Ombred I two-piece damask %  ;-•*• %  wi orn b> Mrs Meyer ^**kin interesting new ankle:,., gown in grey flann "' Robert Mann's linner dance. The as slit to the knee. h r "' %  • ise buttoned down d had the bell silhouMUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS %  M! THE JlXCfJJ Of ette on her bracelet length sleeve. A classic sleeveless black crep" with an illusion bodice was worn b> Mrs Max Deakter Mrs l/ee Labow'* white and silver lame jacket dress had crystal beading at the neckline. Black silk, with cap sleeves, and a peter pan collar detailing the illusion bodice were chosen byMrs. Manuel Serkin Silk chif fon in an exciting shade of red was worn by Mrs Jay Berman Mrs Milton Goldberg topped her black silk sheath with a full length coat of silk organza tiered ruffles. The Rabbi's wife. Mrs Morris Kipper, selected a geo metric print in black, brown, and white, with a matching waistlength jacket. • • • O N Wednesday, the Suburban League held 'A Wonderful World of Make Believe' luncheon and fashion show Chairman of the alternoon. Mrs. Roz Pallot. wore a textured white wool suit with a black silk Mouse Mrs. Rhoda Levitt's black Italian knit was piped In black satin A white raw silk coat was worn over a two-piece tunic by Mrs .'nan Morrison Mrs Anita Weiss, who MM haired the luncheon, was in a cos tume ensemble oi shocking pink ami red wool, with a shocking pink velvet shell A white wool suit with bone buttons was Mrs Marline Stone's choice for the afternoon Textured black and white, in a two piece ensemble. was worn by Mrs Aileen Mitchell. Mrs Uremia Himmel brightened her grey ilannel suit with a shocking pink blouse President of the Suburban League, Mrs. Cookie Hertz, wore a black silk suit with an imported white lace shell White sheer wool, accessorized in navy and red. was seen on Mrs. Janice Barson. Mrs. Lynn Berkowitz' three-piece wool ensemble was in emerald green. Mrs. Nancy Sterling knew that her threepiece light blue wool suit was an original because her mother made it for her. • • • a.JRS. Linda Brickman's blue %  silk suit had an ice blue print blouse. A lemon yellow silk alaskan silk costume was worn by Mrs. Bev. Rosen. Mrs. Diane Eisenberg chose a cranberry wool suit. Mrs. Phyllis Rosen chose emerald green wool, and Mrs. Shirley Sobel was in a black and white tweed with a bright yellow blouse Second in a series of membership parties for Temple Menorah Sisterhood will be held Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. 1330 Cleveland Rd. Planning the affair are (left to right) Mrs. Edward Schuman. president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Lewis Katz. Mrs Lewis Sussman. Mrs. Mac Nyer. Mrs. Moe Kurman. membership chairman, and Mrs. Abramowitz. Menorah Ladies Install Officers WrMr-Kabn miss Mtnvi warm Weston, Bonell Engagement Told Dr. and Mrs Lawrence A Weston. of 1450 Cleveland Rd Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Meryl Sue. to I ewia Anthony Bonell, son of Mr and Mrs Harp, Bonell. of New York CltJ The bride-to-be la a senior at Mi ami Beach Senior High School, where she is a member of the National Thespian Troupe Kill She is also a graduate of the Coronet Academy of Modeling. Mr. Bonell is a junior at the University of Miami, majoring in personnel management. He is also a graduate of the Barnard Private School in Riverdale, NY. An engagement reception will be held Dec l!' at the Algiers Hotel, Among guests attending will be the bride-elect's sister and broth er-in law. Mr and Mrs Donald Kramer, and her grandparents. Mrs Anna Hyman and Mr and Mrs. Max Weinstein. local residents. From New York the prospective groom's sister. Susan Bonell, and uncle. Saul Goodman will also attend An installation ceremony was held at Temple Menorah on Oct. 13. Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiated, installing Mrs. Edward Schumann as Sisterhood president. Also installed were Mrs. Hyman Bergad. ways and means vice president; Mrs. Ben Krovetz. cultural vice president; Mrs Moe Kurman. membership vice president; Mrs Marshall Kratzer. youth vice president. Mrs Sam Schiffman. corresponding secretary. Mrs Sam Graham, recording; Mrs Irving Solomon, treasurer; Mrs Essie Wolf, financial secretary; Lillian Rothchild, parliamentarian; Mrs. Norman Harrow, historian; Mrs. Sam Belsky. chaplain; Mrs. Jerry Kimmel. publicity. Plans for a year of social and cultural events have been completed. Next social event is a membership party at the home of Rabbi and Mrs Abramowitz on Wednes da) evening. 8:30 p.m. A White elephant sale is on the agenda for the Nov. 17 meeting at Tempi* Menorah Social Hall. Flamingo Chapter Gathering Flamingo Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held a membership gathering Sundaj at the home of Bessie ami Blise Factor, "50 w. 88th PI.. Hialeah. Highlighted was Membership Month, with Mrs. Harry Epstein, vice president. greeting guests VfMfNfi %  a* mnzvAHS 'NO aj| soc/41 FUNCrtONS O'chest-as-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 L£0 HOHAUSER PLUMBING CNT*4',| N (, • MMWIN6 ••"lag feet C.untr 0ae IS T N n 'HI S.W. 14th ST. H| 49904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 Feldmans Reveal Gail's Betrothal To Mr. Wrubel Mr and Mrs Joseph Feldman. Iof Niagara Falls, NY. announce the engagement of their daughter. Gail, to Howard C. Wrubel. The groom-to-be: la the son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel wrubel. of Miami Boat h Miss IY Id man received her degree in education from the Inner lity of Miami, and is currently at tending graduate school there. She was a member of the Executive Board of Pht Sigma Sigma Sorority, and is teaching in the Dade Count) school system. .Mr Wrubel attended New York University and holds a degree in economics from the linversity of Miami. He is employed by the Dade County school system The couple are planning to be married in December. Judea Sisterhood Meeting Temple Judea Sisterhood held its first regular meeting on Wednesday. 8:15 p.m., at the Temple Mrs Marvin Levin, president. Introduced and welcomed new members Rabbi Morris Kipper was guest speaker, His topic was "Is OUT Religious School Wasting its Time?" TV Editor to Speak Sid Kronish, one of Hie editors of Station WCKT, will apeak on "impact of Television" at the reg ular monthly breakfasl of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth ShoInm on Sunday. 10:90 ;i m in the Auditorium of the Temple, according to an announcement by .lack B Shapiro, Brotherhood president Lebediker Branch Has Celebration Capacit) audience attended the Simchas Torah celebration of the Lebediker Brinch of Faiband on Oct. 16. The program opened with hymns bv Mrs Pannifl Gibson, soprano. Damn Chernau, third generation Farband grandson, recited a poem. Guest artist was Shmuel Fershko in a group of piano selections Michl Gibson, renowned Yiddish Art Theatre performer, was heard in a group of humorous skits Also on the program were Dr. Samuel Kippei and his mandolin 1 group; Lottie Tamres. Jewish comnedieime, and Ben Yonien, com poser and director of the Miami Beach Community Singers. Joseph P. Zuckerman. national Farband representative, addressed the celebration function Lebediker Branch is planning a meeting Nov 4, 8 p.m.. at Wash ington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave "HOVi to Prevent Illness' will be the title of the scheduled program Menorah Opens Late Services Over 100 new families will b9 -Consecrated to Menorah at the tirst late Friday evening services on Friday night, at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Menorah The first services will be dedicated to new families who joined Temple Menorah Mrs Edward Schuman. newl> elected Sistl rhood president, will be installed and consecrated into office. Among new families there are five doc-tors, eight newlywed couples, t? young couples with children in the Hebrew School and six famHies from Cuba Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the services and preach on "And Noah Was a Good Man." Cantor Emanuel Mandel will chanr. the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Herbert Weiner. The Sisterhood will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat for its newly conse crated president and the 100 new families of Temple Menorah. FOR RENT HALLOWE'EN COSTUMES ALL TYPES • TRUMAN LORD'S COSTUMES 1741 W. FLAGLER OVERSTOCKED! We'll continue discount sale 'til we have sufficient room. High quality! Low prices! McGIBONEY NURSERY 9433 Sunset ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged NEEDS YOUR DONATION N0VV1 ••All lltmi Ta Deductible" CALL 696 2101 FEMALE COMPANION WANTED to elderly Lady Live in. Miami Beach. Call 538-3445 There "is" a difference in (tower*


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Friday, October 29. 1965 -Jtnlst) rhrkflan Fcge 5-A Technion Society Honors New Prexy than 500 of Greater civic, social and educalera were expected to be nd, ii> welcome Alexander newly-elected president ;,. hnion Israel Institute nf at a reception on i vening, Oct. 28. 8 p.m.. %  diterranean Room <>f the Beach Hotel. berg, "I" 1 W>8 chairman Board <>f Directors of TeMine 1962. was elected %  • ol Technion la~t June, ng Gen. Yaakov Dori, who d He had previously served a ing director of Chemicals I'hosphates, the largest in Israel, and has been |Emanu-EI Will Open Late Friday IServices Here Emanu-El will hold its late Friday night service |, • season, Irving Lehrman will officiHith musical portions of the rendered by Cantor Zvi Adservice, scheduled for 8:30 nil] include a sermon by Dr. .m on "Judaism and ChristA New F.ncounter." In his in, Dr Lehrman will discuss of the major developments lern religious thought. service will be preceded by Kabbalat Shabbat service at 5 On Saturday, at 10:30 a.m.. rade students of the Solomon Iihter Day School and WeekI Religious School will be forb ally consecrated. Participating ents will present a cantata enlied The Beauty of Torah." i. I, '!)>.•. r.,:. ,1 ArtSolomon Sh.i-lit. i \:,\ Jamet Altrrman, Diane Id C> nthta Cown, Rob ri Vrtl ir 'iardner, Ram n %  oi Ja< >t>, MOIM Kay, Philip h, II. nrv IJ. i.iu c: Nail-, i! M.\.r Richard Miller, Tina I'.nii. Rnliln Sllvi % %  Ri Ron • n, %  (<.!.in silt. r. Rolirrta Ra< -Hi' 1 Sllberbi I'.ii M'elndroii %  '"'! JonIIH K .. ii s. h< !' %  %  :• •• ;S. hool liaekrr. Jlidd I:, rkl. \ An-i ii Blum, Wl Mai tin i "... • Ii M i ha< %  i Brian Oadlnaky. P David ':.... it i, i,. ,;. .. Harve) %  ; %  <: %  %  %  • %  %  I May, Barrv I' • la Mlirahl, Hi ri t Rob. I %  I I'ollak, Mayra Rryler, %  %  • RIIHMI II, David S oil Wi lalreli h H< ih III i ai llri -• I, !••. .II %  • %  nan, Mln hi II I "In '••ii/' %  \...i n,. Sand I !•• i tnoy, >.ih II %  '" '' Kail i I-.I !.. \ v. E Iward Ira M.O. • Rai rj v. \. i "It. Jam. I'omeranci .1. Roller, Mai %  John .-i-ilt.-n David S; • %  Sholdon, M ),.,, i ft i h. • Carl "id Shi n /.. iman 77 OTA RIO N HEARING AIDS SMMIT 411 Mat*. WHILE YOU WAIT SMNrtot • • u.n, %  penal Hearing Aid CB. M N.E.Jnd Ave. 377-10H TFRMS TMDIS DAY WORKERS $6 FARE -< GH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT 4 HOTEL HELP ACE EMPLOYMENT Serv ice Fit >-:iii07 < < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copief o* ERS Reproduced en Bond Paoer WHIll YOU WAIT Cash Carry ET BULL ETIN -ISTS r ORM3 "SPORTS CONTRACTS fiirving Miami Sm.-e 1944 5 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS AlfXANDfir GOIDBfffC closelj involved with engineering and industry in Israel. He holds the ARSM and BS d-jrees from Britain's Royal School of Mines, and is an associate member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers. He is also a member of the board of the Dead Sea Works, National Council for Research and Development and of Israel Chemical Fibres Co. He is one of tlie nation's leading pioneers <>t crop drying, and during Israel's war Of Independence. Goldberg worked In the Ministry of Defense Technion, often referred to as Israel's MIT, is an institute of higher learning winch offers instruction in engineering nrchi< kiture and the exact sciences. Among hostesses for the reception were to be Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman. Mrs. Israel Teich and Mrs. Norman Hill, vice chairman. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs Louis Kohn. Mrs. Bettv Feuer, Medical Center Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter of th American Medical Center at DenMrs. Morris l.ipp. Mrs. Ruben Forver l,el(l its anmial membership luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, Chairmen of the function were Mrs George 'looker. Mrs. .indue Frederick V Barad is Henrietta Sherman and Mrs. Jopresident of the local chapter. seph Holober, ter. Mrs. Flora Sinick. Mrs. MacKern, and Mrs. Jack Katzman. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS ADVANCED LIFE UNDERWRITERS ACCOUNTANTS EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONAL MEN TRUST OFFICERS MORTIMER M. CAPLIN, ESQ. Former U.S Commissioner of Internal Revenue Will be Principal Speaker at a SEMINAR ON PENSION TRUST and PROFIT-SHARING PLANS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, at 9 A.M. at the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach For Information Contact ^ Molvin I. Kartifmer. Pres. TENSION THUGT ANO PHOriT f-HARiNG PL*'-S FIRST FLORIDA CONSULTANTS. INC. 11 io N t I63RD ST NO > t!CH n.oR.: '• II : 045-6344 lens G. 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That's why we do everything possible to make our mortgage loan policy the best for individuals, builders and brokers. Have you checked with us lately? Our offices are convenient — our telephones waiting. ...you can depend on Dade Federal. ,-^ MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flajjler Street Convenient Branch Locations NORTH MIAMI BRANCH ALLAPATTAH BRANCH TAMIAMI BRANCH 12600 N.W. 7th Avenue 1400 N.W.36th Street 1901 S.W. 8th Street EDISON CENTER BRANCH KENDALL BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th Avenue U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th Street OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 225 MILLION DOLLARS



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fjmwtmf /fe#**tor •*a i V 1 I c "_*J~ -!tl S-x=i Set Sccr i vc*=_ ran i. .-.-.. — --*•• r %  • -"• • • "" isi %  • i i •— i ~ _" t-i—n-* --— ?-uaav ?- -s 4 n r -•• .r 'a^*^, a — n -i i r ••-— %  -' '' *** *-.-.. S~ <-*§ **e.i- *-"*••• •"• •* ^ *g Lie vacuc EU4A y_ 7T-*CM?SC* • 1^ *-r' ^JW •* t t •"MM r.* v *-rt* Israelis 60 to Vote For Prime Minister %  -. veecj .:: : :-r ~ '..Z-^z %  %  -. Asaadbsd BSJ am r %  b*> %  iiaspora They cmtm m we c bs ~*e V:.:-..y:.. %  fbsy 3TS tUGSd on nosd iaf .----.-..e.eci.Mi P—iGmfci -ns-sVKy.t -pc .". .on way braks sway from the .'•'.-v-'. Par*y ha hsirr orcanj* c.-_d *: as Pr.me Minisisr v, CMM IM '-*.-patty %  *--'. bs aov .--eaas as Hi • kne T.'.-k -s -'..—-y an ei pis of the electoral retort r.e r.as oeen deis*d gj 1M %  res per. s_n...-y about wh^n be r-as oeen lecturing his Until recent./ oad* were that Mr Eshkoi ov.c Ma pa. would oe returnee to off-ce la a bassos, but the Sept 19 Histadrui elections issdsaats an alarming slide m Mapai popularity In order to w.r. nationally, a C B W did nto musJ also achieve a nealUxy majonty %  Histadrut. ior upward of 300,000 voters are members o: v.e lraei lcr*or ieaeration. *JI we see H, '-'.e race is hence far from eriea. Tte FsJilrH s..p can not be arj^ou^d dto c tfy to Mr. ber.-Gurion • rise .n popu-ar/y T'x.-.-.'-'.-.-/ Ixrcwr^a are now willing to disregard .w--. -r--|" rirrt— in bewilderment and anger. T.-.. -.o.'.jea-en'-.e J •-'"' taraaTl gpMMMl potit.-'.. :...-j.-.-. the rr.-aJt.pijcay of faractonal part>*. HG.-.is to ';'-•..-. I.-. .-.e :..-.'-•. i mill Jill 1 odds still are that Mr. E*hkol *J wm. But. as of this wnung, rt /.-...-; O-JO riot oe unreaiistic to say that it re.../one's ball game. Mr. Ben-Gunon s < %  .-.. %  < %  .-. for electoral retorm. as the reaiit.es now sr.ow. was o very honest one But he made himself a poor exampie of what the mdmdual Israeli can do to achieve it OsVflSOFD0X^i^ — ^r: /?/C7zro#s///p %  -* .'. :ate — ner ecoaomjc progress State of bsead Bone co-ars ncw-.ng _st; tne co>^ntry as a consec-^ r.. e of OJ^ p—"chas It .s 'Jus kind of cere.op—.er.-at spears so e.oa-er.:.y for sc-_r.c Israef-rure. Greater Miami is proud of tr.e ro.e t ? ays in the Israel Bone drive Those leaders r—rent.-/ being hooorec by the Sicte of Lsrre. i.-.o..c o*: par.r—or.y proud, not clone of their contribution to Isroe. s economic progress but oecause they serve as beccens of inspiration for the rest of tne comrr.un.ty to emulcie. Tne cause is a splendid one: tne fulfillment via .nvestment dollars of the ancient Z.on-sr :tream_ Israel Honors Our Leaders Many leaders of the Jewish and general conmsmittM In Grswlw Mkani an eummlly being nonored by the State of Israel lor Ibafa years of service. The tributes are m the form of celebrations jointly held by local synagogues and the State of Israel Bond Organization. The Israel Awards indicate that our interest in and dedication to the young Jewish republic remain as unswerving as ever. Those in the forefront, the honorees themselves, are contributing their leadership and support in the form of krrge purchases as symbolic expressions of the total community effort. This has made Greater Miami the largest per capita city in the world in the purchase of State of Israel Bonds. Since its inception back in May. 1951. the Israel Bond drive has given the Jewish State the wherewithal to achieve remarkable levels of economic and industrial landmarks of development. Hence, what Israel won so perilously on the field of battle h has been able to conTribute to Mrs. Lehman It us a particular tr-bute to Mrs In Lehrmar. that the Sisterhood of Temple Email %¡ could no? BOr.or r.er :or 20 years of dea.:c*e^ serv.ee all or. .1s own When ten other women s OTgar.j-at.ons board of -.-.e Sisterhood's piens, they too requested the rigbJ of participation as z~. on her leadership. Eleven such groups Wednesday paid honor to Mrs Lehrman at a luncheon ir. DM FoDsamshleau Hotel. The causes in which the wife of Temple Emanu-LTs spiritual leader has ment role both here in our community, as well a% orth from which the Lehrmc.-.s O:.J inally cams, are legion Suffice it to say that locally she has been president of the V. Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fece: ation. and that this year she was named recipient of the Woman of Valor Award of ms State of Israel Bond Organizat. In between, are a variety of i philanthropic, and religious causes, m ail ot v.r.ich she has been active as an officer or founding officer Side by s.de w.th ner husband, as well as in the capacity of an individual here. Mrs. Lehrman has contributed to her community's growth, to her Temple's progress, and to the advancement of the cause of Jewry at large. In her capacity as a leader. Mrs. Lehrman has made many trips to Europe and Israel with Dr. Lehrman. observing the Jewish communities there, and returning to report to her organizations as a means of clarifying their goals here on the home front. The tribute in her honor Wednesday singled out a dedicated woman whose accomplishments in behalf of the causes she represents stand clearly etched on the reof man's responsibility to his fellov. tbf vtrf s during ... i at it by LEO MIKDUN SI KS-SU *( SEWBrr^n x. 'at* Ksxzstr f> smsn| -_ o • > t _iT •i" --* 1 -ts* -----.'. :• .-.. ~ '-' **• -• '.'.' %  -• %  --_ ••-..^ i" : %  -. %  %  Y.(*ei Ysdis jbrsafsw 0 -a-::.. tt HasaSa i sru •c M ti* %  sttentaaStac or tt be sac OSTV cseartsee sa i*rj< otDjai ssasress ir jecret rsraeri ot 'tsttnii; -> ami 'Jte ser^tste of ssr I works it ts heace as •• ktssadJ • •_.. --irjds a sixn SasyBeer MaUsaii i seer. I Per a ?<*->>• sstsra •a." o-vear history I I %  "I %  s Vi-aai rst ftopomos or sjsjsjrfsjsj s*i THE MAIN CAMPUS of Hebre* Inner*. side (A JensssiSBB, somewhat adjscert Ut the and oc the other side of Iks ksj plex of £• %  •-.ermneet bmktin$s Ttie amersuv ot -? "Jia: m and archaeoiocical resea: : and sssratiBs] .-ael alone the high road of prorress to-nt '^ itfcer esoatry in the worid. he asked, eoul -Tpiai ears, absorbed the incrraA then corr.e of Jftr Israel has done all these U i. Ja consequence of its tremendous!} thing more be sug^< -• .tself an example of saceessf rl m -t-:.;. siw Hotizom m AMOTHIK MKTK> COR THIS. IweJ tsar achievements Klatr Ct afaik at the -ame Ume praising UH ITJ f-^nd-ra;smg or gar. and also sisU-r iSStttMtMSS of higher learning nota: :.st these achiesements. the universit> pt< backdrop •,'. two decisive factors Israels eapacttj to ,h ra. education level In this r*g medicine. *nere he examined its contribution I anu as an ongoing program of the e P"*'> :• -arch against endemic di*'. „ off disaster." Elath declared. suggesUng that th.Imp -1 of a racists of illnesses alien to Israel Bight ed the young rvpuhiic internally far rnorx* • i her neighbors via military means if Israeli • %  *" on the.r loss Hence. Bsbrsw Unrvsrsttj emerged in his mm; si a be / kno-Akdge. guiding the destiny of the countrv a, v to th. light — from infancy to maturity — in the ^ me v that a healthy respect for learning and books ha. alwayi mar Issttoj of Jewry'a search for security and sur\ ,^ In t^e wfiNiibmenl and dedication of Miami 'V' ek Humanities Building on the Jerusalem camp *J^ expanding its horizons in yet another IXu "' 'ht: the uhole man in our ttSM U he tion of the ciassics faculties — yet one morv tor academic achievemont This SSI •vocation and of Elath's mevJ. >onng commu: r.:'



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: age 10A +Jelstncrkflar Friday. October 29. 1965 MIAMI CHAPTER PRESIDENT AJC Urges Federal Government To Study Problem of Cuban Refugee Influx This photo won first prize i tatewide in black and white jortraiture at the 30th annuel neeting of the Florida Proessional Photographers. Inc.. leld recently in Orlando, -lerb Williams, of Fireside Studios, was the decorated -ameraman. He is the son of Attorney Nat Williams. Moadon Opens Season Here With Guest Talk Moadon H< brew speakin club re, opened its season with a eel • n Saturdaj evening at shington Federal. 1234 Washton Vve ila). president, M irdi cai Click was principal %  in discussion ol "Sa • ges as Used b> Ue Click, ,i noted scholar and He A uthor, has taught in Her... Teachers Seminary for 27 \ ars. and is now .i Miami Brach %  • -ident. II irrj Perach read and dis• ssed "Plrkei Yomi." Mrs Charlos Finkelstein, president "t the Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee, Wednesday thai .< telegram ha> i by the dupter to Vice President Humphre) urging the attention of the government .. ,j the many implications i>i the new influx <>i Cuban refuge* i The chapter, which is working with other local agencies, said that v aization whose goal is • d welcome ai list the Cuban refugees in the tradition of our nation, while maintaining a positive climate in community relaLions m Dade County as well u in otter areas where refugees will be ultimately resettled, the Creator Miami Chapter, American Jew ish Committee, expresses its eon tern for the many implications of the anticipated influx of large numbers of refugees and therefore urges "That immediate and continuing attention or tho state and federal level be given to the problems of housing, employment and education as it affects the citizens of this community; ••That a federal task foi e to ini! 11.1. sta in these Melds be sent tel> to this community where they should surves total situation, make recommendations to local, state ami federal ivernments I r action and pro grams where deemed necess and that the} should remain throughout the course of the cris in order to t.n ilitate implcme tion of any proposed i and the maintenance ol a positive climate in which t" receive, assimilate, and/or relocate the Cuban re "That m view of the increasing intergroup tensions related to this influx, that intercroup relations specialists from the Community Kelation.s Service be sent immediately to the community to be a cvnUnuinK part of tlie above described federal task force. The Greater Miami Chapter offers its assistance wherever possible." Mis. Finkelstein also said that •while this ..sM-taiue of the federal govetmine* has BMO requcst,,i ideemed wnotaary, much ol the responsibility lies upon the i immunlt> iteeJf." and that the Greater Miami l htptar" will con tinue itloeal program to aaaial HI the maintenance ol a positive Isnete in (onununity relations m Count) four Freedoms Card Party Four Freedoms Auxiliary of the Jewish War > eterans will sponsor p irtj on the 15th floor of 5 House, 3800 Colis Lve %  "it Wednesdaj noon. Weekend Retreat For Beth David Planning for %  weekend retreat „i study and Sabbath Joy at the Marseilles Motel this weaken I members ol Beth David Congn p lion s confirmation class Planners include Ralph K. It Saul Rabin, education din Marilyn Goldfarb and Richard Friend. Jeffrey Rosnei k confirm! i, ichar. and Mr and Mi Hail Clein will be chaperones. Rabh I andau. spiritual leader of Bet I David Congregation, will Join the [roup Saturday night lob. 'Si •I WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company 998 S.W. 1st St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 SHMUEL FERSHKO FARBAND LEBEDIKER BRANCH EXPRESSES GRATITUDE Bravo Bravisimo echoed after every Composition the Israeli composer and Piano Virtuoso, Shmoel Fershko, played on Saturday, October 16th at their Simhat Torah affair The great artist, Michl Gibson, was received with admiration and appreciation for the fine choice of his program Dr. Samuel Kippol with the Mandolm Orchestra, Fannie Gibson and the Jewish Comedienne Lottie Tamre*, the composer and director Ben Yomen of the Miami Beach Community Singers have contributed much to the grejt success of the Simchaf Torah affair. Thank you all! And Welcome to Shmuel Fershko Joseph P. Zuckerman, President MICHL GIBSON ROOF LEAK? CAt.L VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For fret estimate phone: ACME NOW IN OUiUiih YEAR % DAY AND NIOHT 6:00 A.M. to 1:00 A!M. INTERRUPTED ONLY THREE TIMES AN HOUR NEWS ON TH? HOUR



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Pcqe 10-B •>•*/ &f ;#• ncrMton Friday. October 29.1 BA3E1 ftrVlr. HtRVAN So. Fla. Reform Temples to Meet L Herman, naUnion rican :!1 bf the %  tbe fall n h Floridi tii • | VHI : • %  %  i tor here la %  er bis capacity • reHvrman is responsible for %  ipervittnt M rabbinic and lay %  rial directors ttmugliout ••d State> and Canada He res M >iirector of the Department on Winning the I naffiliated is responsible for the development of new congregataxM and the tTeni;thenin2 of existing ones in N.rth America. Currently, Rabbi Hrmn also holds the position of director of th* Pacific Southwest Council of the Union, with headquarters in Los Angeles. The South Florida Federation meeting will be held at Temple Israel of Greater Miami at 1 p.m., Sunday. His address is entitled, "Tailoring the Temple to Tomorrow." A tariM of wurkabopa il! follow bis W \ark and will deal .. ilh the %  ing ireas "The I'rban Versus the Suburban "The Contemporary Role of the American SynagoDealing With the Inaf "Pin mi-ial Realties of pie Membership." "The TernRi Auxiliaries — Their and Ri b Late Services At Temple Zion ... b;>.m art %  p i /.. of I • marl m Since moving to South Dade. the member: hip has increased to almost 600 families with a large increase in all activities from k.ndergarten up. % % %  %  • %  ear fuLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION •. -ME C RCL T ZC^cCHE ELEVEM" JLD C AL CiRCL T OF FLOR.DA 'N S 'D FC= DADE COINTV N CHANCERY. %  MS • %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO • %  %  %  Bennett • Answer ,,r l %  tn* Clerk .f t > i. efre the %  • l will %  ...... • UK JEWISH Pl> iRlDI sN •iK \N1' ORDERED ••' Miami.. Pi..I : • A I I 1. B I.HATHBRMAM. i>rli, Cln I. Dade Co • id B) K M I.VMAN I •. iit-. Clerk LEGAL NOTICE IN THf COLNTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68672A E TO CREDTORS LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  %  S r. %  %  --C COUNT> JLDGESCOLRT N iND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOP C* IN PROBATE No 67730-A %  NOTICE TO CREDTORS I'. %  H %  • %  %  %  OWA.N t k a • 'UN Lt'KE Pi IW \N di • • .< %  %  t> J %  • u pri" StatLheli %  %  l •* % %  I ..• M ... n PI • %  BEN lAMIN V DAVIH Ay.\<-< Jtor HENRY MORTON Lttorney for K O. L. C'l WAX ;. "I.IN LIKE "V\ \N I" %  • ..-••! M"* Placayna Hid*-. Miami. n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL COURT OF FLORDA N AND FOR DADE CCuNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 6&C '*3M %  %  %  ... SU T FOR DIVORCE %  %  %  \ %  %  S %  %  %  r -. %  IN THE CRCUIT CO ELEVF.N".^OICIA. AND FOR DADE FLC (• ZNc 6oC • NO* : E OF OF PETIT %  %  T OF • V ; N LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TH'E IS HEREBY UIVEN me ..f %  ... to n %  %  • f I %  BAT. INC ri< 1.1 for BAT INC ,it.-r %  .N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No SB362C '. ..f MYRl IN G •;• T'; IJBU ., k u MICHAEL •; OOTTUBB NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pel -..i.II.ii NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File AA 22170 MOTH'S IS HEREBY rsiVEN \ State* ln> •'•• hoMei ••: Co ':.,•. Si •' i • i A 11 .' % %  baa In mj offl. %  end baa n ..:-.:.. laaued • ni a. ... : II K IS n % %  < Lot! II I k 1. %  Park, Plat Book ( I .• %  in I l| !.| i!. ~u-d : II. lint dl uuent I'll M .. n %  %  %  %  .1 -.. :.f Reuben .i Cleln a i bui i*r. • %  at< ahai' be > • %  : me '" %  • .' %  I • pri %  ; .. I! 1>| j-.i.l to l(hi ~t blddi r at Ihr C • Monda %  n lb< month of I-. • • •
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Pcqe 12-B lelstr*rridlfor '.-.day, October! Consul Yallon to Bring Special Message To Zionist Award Dinner Here Nov. 14 Jack D. Gordon, chairman of the sixth annual •service for Israel" award dinner dance of the South Florida Districts of the Zionist Organization of America, has announced that Consul General of Israel Shimon Yallon will bring a special message regarding the cur rent situation in the Middle East to Zionist members and their friends. The dinner dance, at which time the coveted "Service for Israel" award of the Zionist Organization ,,-. America will be presented to Miami Beach community leader Ben Ciller, is scheduled for Suaevening, Nov. 14. at the Fontainebteeu Hotel. Yallon, who is stationed in Atlanta, is noted throughout tha iouihtast United States as or* of tha foremost authorities on tha political affairs of tha Middle East. A graduate of tha Sorbonna, h* caw** to Israel at the beginning of tha Arab revolts in 1933. He ha> been associated with the Lever Bros, industries in Haifa, and during the War of Independence was appointed comptroller of manpower for the northern half of the country He joined the foreign service in 1953 and has served the State of Israel at the Israel Kmk.vsy in Rome and with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Gordon announced that "an outBtendlnj i ned for this ,, innw Special entertainment been arranged foi Irving Pietnc* md \, s will provi Single Parents Party Single Parents >| \| ; mi l will be having ...^ Saturday. 830 Pm Hawaiian Isle Mote! 41 YEARS OF SINCERE SERVICE TO SOUTH FLORIDA NORTON TIREJQO. / V VISIT OUR NEWEST STORE: 8801 BISCAYNE BLVD. BEGoodrich SALE 9^ A *J5 # 10 STORES FROM HOMESTEAD TO WEST PALM BEACH \ UP TO 50* DISCOUNTS EVERY TIRE SOLD BY NORTON TIRE CO. IS BACKED BY OUR GUARANTEE OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION More Than SO OFF FACTORY LIST PRICE B.F. GOODRICH %  1966 Original Equipment SILVERTOWN 660 TUBELESS WHITEWALL9 77Sxl4 775x15 74.75 6O013 IY.9S 125x14 115x15 27.25 650il3 21.25 5Sxl4 45xl5 2T.T5 700x13 IMS 695x14 615x15 77 45 J15 M5X15 33.95 ^ 735x14 735x15 73.45 Piu4 Fed. Ta jna oft Hra i" your car SPECIAL PURCHASE, More 'Than 50 % OFF REGULAR LIST PRiCE ,-. SlSfMimUillHi S1LVERTOWNS TUBELESS WHITE^AbL FULL. 4-PLV CtiOlC* of Tfipie-ftinf Wlliltwlll Oi Slrm line Wr.rt#ra 900.15 CAO.LLACS '• IZliZ IMPERIALS CONTINENTALS piuiiai nd PRICES SO LOW YOU MUST BUY HOW A MS, %  • NYLON TUBELESS FOR THE PRICE OF BLACKWALL 600 650x13 13.9S 670 775x15 14.9S 750 775x14 14.95 710 815x15 16.95 800 825x14 16.95 760 845x15 18.95 850 855x14 18.95 820 900x15 21.95 FJ.US FED TAX AND OlD TlUf OFF YOU CA ALL TIRES FREE MOUNTING ECONOMY SPECIAL *!... USED TIRES V WHITEWAU tLACKWALL TUBE TYK TUBELESS s> MECHANICAL SAFETY SPECIALS ill Work Ptrioimtd by factory Trowed afctftaWCJ J BRAKES RELINED A Vital Safety Special! AH 4 Wrieeis Will" TOO Will Most American Cars CjirMUtd ISDN MMI w Ml Ijt ,H COMPLETE SAFETY FRONT END JOB • fan >•••' IM ^ _^—^ -_ ^_ r $Q95 9 • M(-tt • Mptl • t* 1Is*' St., MCNOAl TMiO • %  •0* OWlT' FRE(CHCCM %  ••* Tl • LIFETIME Gl MUFFfc_ Dr'.tcvti ituMW'J *" *9n 9 95 'GuartnttMllp >Mt Hat at u era your S**1 *^. GUARANTEED SHOCK ABSORBERS %  *ck P >fitjiif< 7 UicMlHiMiHr SUMUMCEI i|(iut *HI Iw 74 OM niki *r 24 MIOII He C**p Iw rtsticaawtt iktd HiwWf' B. F. GOODRICH BATTERIES FREE •ATTEPly CHECK' for sore Si NO MONEY DOWN! INSTANT CREDIT EASY TERMS TAKE MONTHS TO PAY' CHAliil TIRE co I BF Goodrich ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: 0F1N 24 NOW! om SUNOITS MIAMI 5300 H


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Page 12-A +Jelst' ihrktiar Friday. October 29. 1965 MitsvaJ She Mi Mm Ben I a H e r im.n riiEnalaa M i*s. I iu -Li-. i J, y Bai — '.f Mr ami lira. Rabl I \V %  P.m.. Jt! r .'.".l.-.l t'V %  on of Mra Evelyn Smith and a ..-.Mr M Ith • EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I • • • .i m T! %  P II Study %  p in • BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Ween. i-rid \ 5 SO p in Balurdaj 9 a.m i ion Flood Tll< Betl 1 < open aaaalons Sat jr i.is afi ona %  '. •'.' %  • I in.I S i' in • BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. r'*;ii.t> ". :ti |i in Saturday SO i m Sermon "The Patient FMsura "f Batf-Rlshteoua Man." • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.Art. Friday .it sunae! Raturda) 8 16 m Berinoii: "A Modern Kl i" Diacua NII*I at 1:46 p.m Portion of the Law 11 -• rasloi al SO p m No < •' 1 Itikllt.-OllS BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION "3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Pnday (1:15 p.n Sermon The Rabbi .<-nil :h.Night Club .-sit S *' a m crvices CANDLELIGHTING TIME 3 Heshvan — 5:22 J Itis lAJeekend thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackcvsky. • BETH TORAH 64th St. and NE nth Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Cantor Jacob Renier. I • ,•.-•' %  >. s>i -• '.;•• B)* i aMltzvah I:-.L %  : all and Mrs. Herl Pota %  ..ih • M sli • \l .1 IK I V' \ > l SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washingtr.n Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern. KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield Cantor Abraham Salt. n The 0 -'' Mlizvah h • w n I Mi and i S..I-.in. n Ki>< I LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Korf Cantor Ernest Field. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. OMEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weberman. l'rid.i p.m. 8 • Three CU f Humane.' i p m a SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi NanB'NAl RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. I I' •' £ • i" .. II. a CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencv.eig. • — FLAGLSR • GRANADA. 5C NW 51st Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros* enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. a FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. a HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. ay SO p.m Saturday a.in. Mm.-ha 5 p.m Rabbi Oroaa to .i.llverl the > %  i in..n a HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. — a — ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Cantor Louis Cohen. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. OrJACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY; Hebrew Lesson % %  > sm fa mm %  > •* *m — — • 1 • T ~ -iv~ ^V? •'? u\p -mpn MD rrnnv ,wi "is 1 ? .izv 1 -. T %  T 1 .;-lia? p -]p\ ,c**~3 ]TC: "-.-I Kin |j?jn nrr Dan -":.atfm *on pVi nr-n nip 'z r z .3— ins trtfutt. trip nr nss;i3 TS ~rr riy %  nilo^ii "risa no-'jna nr-ntf .inar ?s DIS "3nD"iann mnwn in mn D'-ptn "naa D-rnrn rr'2 L~ZV:T\ .nr-va ~cs"? nrvj --"."jn -iry-ri -*!"}! IPjnal H.a o-an D-S .*?8ntra alo i'sss T |2*.;.n *?}3 nirara r.Tn*yn -teal nvji3 nn

,nmj ns-oa 1 ? D-JKI* T T n.—:s-n .— z iiaa^i a*a t T nn-n n-LT-Z nr—.--.: it c*n-j iK3 nnnx ,nBT .-•n-_ is n-s "s ci*33 % % %  _• p-inns nrxr .-.:• %  :•= --•-; r.zz~: 1 t; ,v;--'' s -x:-a win Tof n*n -;< %  ; nan Kin T • T • T .TTOB DJ n-n131 -S-:;-L OVE^S nnai rmi rarstni) • • 1 • 1 ? 1 butter-soft cni!Sne kid wtth a sett Thou Shalt Honor the Aged It ia unltcn in the Bible: "Thou shalt ris*before the htian. head." RiM before the owner of white hair, before an old man. "Thou shalt honor the aged" — give reaped to the aged. The old man has experience of life and therefore is always reed as wiser than other men. In ancient times, there existed in every city a council of elders v huh decided on matters of tradition, customs and relations between man and his fellows The honor ol the aged is one of the 1110M ethical and refined of customs. Our young country is making many efforts to give the aged a feeling f well-being in Israel. How do we observe this commandment today'' The municipalIties invite on their own account once a year tens of taxis and private ears In these vehicles, the old people go for a trip in the country Care is taken to insure a comfortable trip, guides and refreshments on the journey. The first to inaugurate this enterprise was the Haifa municipality. After it. came (ither cities, and today there is hardly a city or country town in Israel which does not run this project The aged person in Israel Should feel he is very much want ed So it was always in Israel and SO it should be now. Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit Emanu-EI Men To Hear Speakers Harold Segal, president of the Temple Kmanu-KL Brotherhood announced this week that the or. ini/.iiiiin v next dinner meeting will take place on Wednesday evening, Nov 3. at the Temple Audi torium. Guest speaker* will be Mayor Flliott Roosevelt, whose sul will be "Ethical Government and Dr. Seymour Alter man. who recently returned from Russia. He will discuss .Medicine Behind the Iron Curtain." bow and tne new iuunu .* SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Miami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis Goodman. i., %  p.n I... ti sen • • : ., in la Hi. 8> nafofue ^ ; ing •!.. Y" it!. Sa lurdas 'a m Ail.mi mill Noah A ConIn Pi mortalities a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conacrvative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone. Cantor Maurice Neu. FrM iy 3 and • 13 p m Bai mon 'if v..u Were lha Only One m 11> World School children lo be conaecrated Saturday v tS a.m Bar Mtta\.,:i sfasrvtn eon ••' Mr nci \'.ii\ Ins Palonleckl. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Retorm. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Fiida) s '•"• i 1 '" Sermon Will • %  berg be the Noah ol Oui Tim.'.' — Will the IN Become Otir Ark ..( Bur% val?" Saturday l" <"• am Bar Miiivmh: Saul, son of Mr and Mra Leon, ard Adelman; Steven Shulman vn >.f MrI'.. \..rl> ThoBsM TEMPLE BETH TOV 6431 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman. PYida) S:U an.i l:l( p.m Weeklj Savbbath dlacouna by Rabb Glixman Saturday a m • TEMPLE B'NAl SHOLOM 16800 N W 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Bee Up n StMTiilardH •..r JudaTlna Vour Seiahboi Slaterhood i" aponaor Ones Shabbat Batiii-day '• 80 .< m • TEMPLE EMANUEL. 170' Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler Kri las 5 p m Kabbalat Bhal bai i tpenlna : -'-' rt • ol %  >i p.m Sermon ''Judalam and CSiriatlans \ N. w BTncounti %  I in Annual conai • i atWm aerva • %  "W •• BEIJ Hon i atudenta <'f Solomon i '.!\ s. hoi l and w da) S< i I to i • ra' ad a TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Retorm Rabbi Joteph R. Narot. \ ;". i> in Bi • Rabl lilve Me I alth a TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. Friday R:1S i. Ha %  II da r M mon i Bar Mlti • Mi ai it i ii %  e TEMPLE ZION 8000 M,ll*r Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. __ i"aBBSBBer SYNOPS.S OF THE TORAH PORT.ON OF THE WEEK-NOAH Noah and his wife behold a rainbow in the sky: God's promise never to destroy mankind. •GO forth from the ark. thou, and thy wife" 'Gen IM). N OAH-\oah was commanded to build an Ark ***l"} u '\. l !" "\ ,hc Rood thai would overwhelm the cart. In the Ark he Plac Ss Wife and three SOUS. Shem, Ham. and Japhcth. tOgethe With their wives; also two ol each species ol creature on earth one male and one female to perpetuate the specie, (aevea were allowed for the species that were ritually clean). The Hood that covered the earth drowned all Uvtaj thin* except those In the Ark wW* Noah After %  year, the w.,u-i ; receded and the earth dried Noah let all the creatures out j* fee \,k thai they mighl be fruitful and multiply on earth He sac mu-'ed in thanksgivin. to God God. for His part, pn rne N* Sa He would never again send a flood that wouW fee earth The sign for this agreement, or covenant. .> the ram. >w Man increased and spread over fee world; in the Und of Stanar they sought to rmild a tovwr whose peffl louTd reach a heaven Here, thes thought to concentrate all the earth lHpulatkm. But God. irked at mans presumption, confused .heir speech Prevtoual) all men had spoken one Language Nov the) spoke various languages; not being able to understand each other, they could not v.o.k together, and fee b..nd.nu ., the Tower of Babel ceased Terah, the father of Abram. tame to llaran This racounting ot the Weekly Portion of tha Law It extracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the JewW Haritaga" adifed by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Sbengold. and tha volume is availabla af 27 William St.. New York S, N.Y. President of fhe society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. or THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT More Fragmentation. Not Consolidation? KABBI lANDAI' 6500 N Miam, Rabbi Henry TIFERETH ISRAEL Ave. Conservative. Wermck • i met si. bj Si--• '......I YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Prtda of Ufa Mini ha U in followi d b> By RABBI SOL LANDAU Bath David Congregation The Jewish people has been the historic body organism of Gods Covenant with Israel For more than 3.000 years, the Jewish community has been the instrument of learning, observing and living the Jewish value-concepts that make up that Covenant. In the course of diaspora history, many Jewish communities were created and be came powerful bodies because they had estab Ushed almost autonomous forms of self-govern ment. The com m u n i t i e s of Gaonic Babylon ia. Golden Spain, Medieval '" %  e r many, and the Four Council Poland are ei amples in point. In more recent times, the Bast Furopean "ahtetl" and the Weal Furopean "gemeinde" were forms ol self-regulating governmental units Wo Volunleerism In this country, the year 16S4 saw the first Jewish settlers establishing a congregation However, the hulk of American Jewry did not come here until the end of the 19th century, when more than two-mil] lion immigrated between 1880 and :••! i Consequently. American : Jewry is very young and has not been able thus far to establish a truly representative voluntary community, while the constitution .1 separation of ohurfJh and state i \i hided an authoratative com niunity body However, until the %  \er increasing speed of mobility, I fee establishment of suburbia and exurbia, the Jewish neighborhood had taken the plate of fee Jewish community per se. AH this i~ pan ol past history. The acculturated overwhelming Ij native American Jewish com niunity has to rely for its future on the home and those institutions which used to make up the neigh borhood, such aa the synago the religtOUS SCbOOl, the old home, fee hospital and the other educational and philanthropic In stitutions, Paced With fee threat of gnaw s assimilation and internal %  pity, these institutions must carry the main onus of Jewish living, with very little support from the Jewish home In addition, they are faced with a seriou< lack ol professional stall of SOCial workers, teachers and rabbin. Thus, every effort must be exerted to consolidate resources of RUapOWesJ and finances Existing conditions aaem to endanger the poseibtutjfj of its realisation Special Caution As a newcomer, U U> be particularly obvious thai a rapidly growing communit) such .s Miami must l>e especiallj cautu lo ti\<' its Jewish community a :"..l and strong base Yet with each day, there seem to be new congregations and other institutions organized ..t the expense >i those i ad> existing and w itfaoul anj real survej and plan ol their needs or those of the community. The question must therefore i raised whither we are nail' ed in saving and making Jewish "souls or In undirected and competitive snatuhing of members Does the Miami Jewish communit> plan as I community to conserve the much-reduced energies -i manpower, finances and professional staff, or does it simply function as i group of private enterprises unrelated to one another'' Are we in danger of further fragmentation instead of consolidation by strengthening such community organisations aa the Fedanstkn Bureau of Jewish Education, RatV binieal Association, and working wife discipline and aim on the best k.nd of Jewish life for tomorrow %  • Wew Council Needed Perhaps we need to foi n ,t lot i synagogue council that will consist of tinexisting congregationa that will IMtruly representative of its membership and ^ U jointly determine and implement tha task at hand Perhaps then the pro%  ids will be fulfilled. And 1 H ill put \|\ spil II ;I. J Had VI' shall live Tli; I M 'n; H A trt u DR MAX LII I rtra.r.



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iFridcry. October 29. 1965 +Jelst fhrtdf/tr Page 7-A %  •*•.i UN Decides to Hear Arab 'Palestine Group 9 ]' Trends in Judaism" was the subject for disI n at the last meeting of Sholem Lodge B'rith. which drew a capacity audience let Temple Zamora. Participants were standleft to right) Mel Haber, program chairLouis Schwcuizman, executive director. ] u of Jewish Education; Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth Am; Jerry Carver, moderator for the program. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Samuel April, Temple Or Olom; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El Congregation; and Miss Ida Poston. executive secretary. Workmen's Circle. liami-Gables Zionist District Dinner laps Tribute to Late Albert Quadnow dinner of the MiamiDistrict of the Zionist Oron &t America on Saturday i |, \m <;, will be a tribute •: the founders of the dislato Albert Quadow linner will take place at the V MHA. 8800 Mf 8th St.. Miami the teith annual dinner of trict, according to .Max Paresident. Ml Ouadow, who was active li all phases of civic, Jewish, |and Zionist affairs of the community, served as a member of the beard of the Zionist Org.inJ %  r> for more than 20 years. Juring this period, he was active in every phase of the work it the organization, served several times as vice president, and vas also chairman of one of the annual dinners of the organization. Mr. Quadow was a resident for I 32 years, and one of the rl members of Beth David SyI e, ot which he was a past ii'-ii-nt. He was also past presithe Baron de Hirseh Loan bciety, and active in the Greater pi in Jewish Federation since organised. Mr. Quadow was also affiliated > with Jewish Vocational ervice, where he devoted time to I W-g of the handicapped and laladjusted He was a past presi"t of the Florida Alliance of B'rith li. bbi David Shapiro, chairman H th< Hoard of Governors of the and medical care at the school. As a tribute to Mr. Quadow. his name will be placed in the permanent scholarship board of Kfar Silver. in charge of reservations are Max Parness, Fred Hass, and Rose Simon. Continued from Page 1-A that Israel did not accept the decision. The United States representative said he was satisfied that the decision specifically excluded the PLO from UN "recognition." The proposal was formulated by El Salvador and Cost Rica and apparently completely acceptable to the Arabs. Comay told newsmen alter the meeting that the most important element, dealing with non-recognition was "a positive one" However, be added, the wording left uncertain in what capacity the persons were being invited and therefore the Israeli delegation "put on record that the persons concerned would be invited only as individuals and not as a delegation." He said the Israeli viewwas supported by the United States. The conflict was resumed when t'arlet Auguste of Haiti, committee chairman announced he was readyto invite Dr. Izzat Tannous. deputychairman of the I'LO. to speak. I'achachi insisted Tannous he introduced as a PLo representative. Comay argued that Tannous had to l>e introduced in terms of the decision giving a right to a hearing to "persons." When the argument remained deadlocked, the committee adjourned the session. In Jerusalem, Israeli source; said that the formula under which representatives of the> Palestine Liberation Organization will be permitted to address the special political corrmitte* of the United Nations actually represented an achievement for Israel's position. The i tended that the L.IIU was thai for the fit the chairman ol the commit! i form a 11 j stated this year that tho i hi nf an Arab refu see man to speak before a IN committee does not represent any form ot recognition. Report Given On Trip to Israel Mrs. George Simon, president, Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue Sisterhood, gave a brief resume of her recent trip to Israel during the group's first meeting of the new year on Oct. 14 Afternoon also included an artdress by Rabbi Tibor T Stern, spiritual leader of the synagogue, and refreshments served in the Sukkan. Southeast Region of the ZOA, stated that this tribute is being given Mr. Quadow in recognition of his lifetime of service to the Greater Miami Jewish community, the people of Israel, and the humanitarian projects of the Zionist Organization."' At the dinner, in a special ceremony, certificates will be presented to Mrs. Quadow for students who will be recipients of full year scholarships at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training Institute maintained by the Zionist Organization of America in Ashkelon, Israel. The scholarships include not only tuition but also room, board NOW! 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^.October 29. 1965 +• k*lslHcrldliir Page 9-B "ifrc K"*" 1 Andrew Kartn Allan Sholloway Richard Kaufman Jrviaj terrier Neil Smifh Micfcae/ Cleman Marvin PolonieM Mark Goodman Neil Gesundheif And'ew Kahn Marc Kahn .. %  Mr end Mrs. Knurson •nl Mure An!: Mrs Barton S \ Baj Rd Miami me Bar Mittvah 80, ..t Temple Miami. ith Brad* Junior High E pai rnt %  are Ida K I. Kahn Robert s Todd. rents ire Mrs the late Michael I Mrs Louis ond \ •' Illinois, New York nd have ar the occasion. Nfil Gesundheidt \,,1. m .t Mr ,iiid Mrs. Mark GM dhi ,; •" Baal Broadview Dr, W;L> Bar Mit/.vah on Saturday 23, at Temple Beth Sbo -• Noil .< a itudent in the Beth hnolom Confirmation Class of 5727. M. Allan Shalloway \l Alan Shalloway, >on of Dr. tad M^ rj Leon Bialkway. became Bar MiUvah on Saturday, lit 23, at B "; Torah Oinir nga i. in the footsteps of lis brothers, David and Lester. Al .i reception and formal scat .(> Of Xln > Edw 111 >llallo ( %  ; Washington, I) C and Mr. Mrs \ iraham Hei shbein, of New York Cltj Uan is ,ni Honor Roll student in the eighth grade at John F. Kennedy Junior High School He is interested In music and plays the piano Richard Kaufman Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian R. Kaufman, of 17800 NK 9th PI., .No. Miami Beaeh, will become Bar MiUvah on Saturday morning. Oat 30, at Beth Torah Con sir .rat ion. Richard will he prrscitfod with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka haner Sisterhood. Richard is an eighth c.rade student at John F Kennedy Junior High School and plays the clarinet in the concert band He is in the filth irrade graduating class of the Beth Torah KCIUMOUS School. A past president of tlie Student Congregation. IKis at present sen inhis second Una .is president of the B'nai c.iil United Synagogue Youth Group, Calebtant's grand#>arcal< jre Mrs Eleanor Kaafman. o| N irth Miami Beach, and V. and Mi s. Baanuei roadman, of Fiu.'un:. N Y. \ reception will !•<• held it home on Saturday swearing Neil Smifh Neil H. Smith, son ol Mrs Eve tyn Smith .mil the late Milton Smith, will become Bar Mitzvah at the Min.h.i service on Saturday, Ocl 30, at Beth David Neil is an eighth grade student .ii Shenandoah Junior High School and is active in the Boy Scouts les studying the piano, he is involved in many scientific proj 111-. planning to become a veterinarian. \( il • aui Mrs Joe Prtl ItflBn, from Nev Jei >ey, will be on hand for the Bar Mitzt ah \ re i ption w ill be held in his honor at the I ark 1 am Banquet Hall. Marvin Poloniocki Man in. son oi Mr and Mrs In Polonii cki, w ill become Bar Mitzvah .it the Saturday morning, Ocl 30, service at templi tdath Veshurun Mai vin is in the se\enth grade at John !•' Kenned) Junior High >1 His favorite sport ifoothi II, and he is on the class football team. He also collects rare coins and h..s won an award In slot car racing. Following the services, Mr. and Mrs I'olomccki will give a Kiddiish reception in honor of their son. Frank Wall and (m Saturday niormii-:. Oct 30, Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wolland. of 8345 Atlantic Way. Miami Beach. will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ncr Tajnid. Frank is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior Hinh School awl Temple Ner Tamid HeUgloua Schoal, Ua II an avid reader and traveler, having completed %  tour of ten Furopcan countries last summer Mr. and Mrs M. Wolland, of Cohimbus. <>.. cousins of the Wolland*. are the out-of-town guests who will attend the Bar Mitzvah. trving Lerner Irving, son Of Mr. and Mrs Moris Lerner, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Congregation at Sabath Services. Oct. 90, at 9 .. m. Irving is an eighth grade itudent Bt shenandoah Junior High school He has been studying at Beth David lor the past six years. His interests outside of school inelude football and playing the gui-, tar. A reception in Irving*S honor will ba held at the FoniaineUleau Hotel. Michael Cleman Michael, sou oi Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Cleman, of 8237 SW 19th SI A ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, O.t. 90, Bt TenipU /' \ student al West Miami .tumor 11 ii School, Michael i> interested in art A reception "ill lie held at the %  i Mil \. with guests i:'iin Car attendii Mark Goodman r Mitzvah ol Mark l odman will take place • rning Ocl 30, at Y< ung Israel Greater Miami. Mark is the son of Mr and Mrs ris '. m an, 1381 NK. No. Miami Beach. Mark is an eighth rade dent ai John lKenned) Junior b School He i ixaphone Pigeon's features Hand-Knits Pigeon's, Ol Lincoln Rd Is one ol the flrsl stores in the countrj r .. %  „ %  now Italian styled. hand knit. CUStOm jewelry [ash ,i b) Princess for Mr John, of Paria and New York The unusual is being handled in Florida b) the store owned by Mrs Marianne Kutner. Mrs Kiitner, during World War II. was one ol U>4 women held ,,s Nazi hoetagt i Onlj tour of the lived. Mrs Kutner ha been a local resident lor several yean. in the concert hand, and all I l II joya fishing and slot car racing, Mr and Mrs \.mi.iii s Rosenberg, the celebrant's grandparents, will attend the dinner and reception in his honor al W.iMman s Hotel mi Sunda] i vening Martin Levin Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Li'im. 720 83rd St.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah this Saturda) morning, Ocl Temple Meiioiah. Martin is a student m the Religious School ol the Tt mple, and also attends Nautilus Junior High s< hool. Reception in Martins honor will be hold at home Sundaj afternoon, llisa Potash lhsa. (i lughter "I Mr and M Herbert Potash, of itwo NK ISTth Ter No Miami Beach, will I come Bas Mitzvah on Friday eveOct. -'.i. at Beth Torah ( n ation, [liaa will be presented with a Bible mi behall of the Mollie Kar Sisti rhood. she is in I a ighth | rade at John F. 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Page 8-B +JewltfrkrMtor i Friday, October 29, lgsJ Beth El Names Chabner Prexy At a recent general inemoership %  ling at Congregation Bed El. ti>man Chabner was elected as .^regation president. Others elected include Hyman Kam. first vice president. Ben Bosecond vice preMaent: Abe l hiel. treasurer: Joseph Rotenherg. re.ording secretary Sam Htilbps. financial secretary, and Irving Miller, corresponding secmi Phillip Bcrkowitx, who has oetn terving as honorary %  *• president fa* many years, continues in the same capacity. Zau>. outgoing president. Has commended "for his fine work Si president." Chabner is a long-time member .'ieth El. and has previously _-d hi every executive office, ii eluding the presidency He is I esentry the president of the • ."eater Miami Cemetery Association in w hich office he has served f< F several years. i habner is also active in the HeBeth Tcrah Buys $149,000 in Bonds To Honor Steins HVMAN CNAMCft brew Academy and 'he Hebrew Free Loan Association, as uell as many other community organizations. Chabner announced that a kid du.h will be given on Saturday after services by the new otticers Sen. William Proxmire. of Wi.. Mn. hailed the State ol Israel s one nf the WOrW'l Iradinn ex lorten ol Ix>mocrac> in an ad Ireea at the oagn gauon Beth rank Israel Dinner oi Stats lasl Saturday night at the Amerii Hotel. Sen. Proxmire nid Israel*! role ot economic and educational aid tu the newly-de\eloping nations of Africa was of great importance to the democratic nations He lauded the role of Israel Bonds in Israel's \th both a* the 'only del cratic nation in the Middle East and as a salesman of the democratic ideals to other nationEarlier, members of the congregation purchased a record sum of S148.0O0 in Israel Bonds in response to an eloquent address by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah. The dinner honored Mr. and Mrs Stanley Stein for their service to the cause of Israel. Dinner chairman wa.s Samuel Fox. Others who headed the Dinner Commit v.ere Mr an I Mr< Dave Margulies, chairmen ot the H -.-. Stanley Friedman and Irving Newman, dinner co-chairmen. R c hard Son < % %  -> %  %  M — .dent and Julius (iordon. ; nl iif the ib. Mayor Arthur I Snyder. of North Miami Beach. <* as honorary chair man Dr. Upschiti conducted the ccremony of the kindlins ol a 1" branched mem-rah in commemoration of Israel's 11 yean "f staleI him in the ceremony .,torchhearen were Mr anu afrs Dava Ma and. as hohta t. Mr and Mrs. Jerry DuOell. i ..: ilelighter.jay hided Mr and Mrs. Samuel Foa, Solomon Sandier. Morris doldfarb. Jenie jjchurr .nd Abraham Schorr. William Diokmao, Maximulian Feldstein. Nat Ginsberg. JuliuGoedsg A! Stern. Julian Nacron. i;-.^ (; Stein, Burton Your. >rr* fa ell, Edwin Chayt. irvim Kt] Glazier and Joseph >• Torah Hadas! ah Meeting to Map Reeular monthly meetuaj o! th Torah Gump of IsMatsaJ held Monday noon V i local Gables U The meeting, at and their gue*'~ %  -•wwine the wor Youth Aliyah program, i a prelude to the annual \ Pledge Luncheou stated hi K la at Kings Ba> Yacht soc Uouatri Club. hitscfl rendering of the face-lifting planned oy Tulip Development Corporation for a Architect's rendering of the face-lifting planned 52.0OO-sq. ft wing of the Biscayne Plaza Shopping Center at Biscayne Blvd.. and NW 79th St., Miami. Tulip President Ronald L. Fine said the Food Fair supermarket is scheduled to open in November, and that the secend floor area will be available for leasing at the same time. Some 22.000 sq. ft. will become the ultra-modern Food Fair portion of the center, with the remainder subdivided for office space and appropriate retail operations. 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