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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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, November 12, 1965
Three Sections Price 20:
Johnson Asks Eight Senators
To Schedule Visit to Israel
(CtMMNPcS WAlDOt
wlttriivf agitation
\WV I rges
lock well's
\testigation
Br Special Report
I'ASHJ.V I < IN The scope of
nut- igbt-wingj ex-
nism racism, now
House Committee
Vctivitiee on the
Klu.\ K .. should Ik- broaden-
American Nazi
i--. i National Com-
\ Waldor, of the
ish Vkr Vi rans of the I'.S.A.
; or urged Chair-
pi he... : E WUlia, Louiaiana
pmcr-:. to subpoena,George Lin-
i Rock .el! leader ol the Ameri-
neo-i ent lie said
|t the r-cords : the Nazis, to
found the group's Arling
1 Vi luartars, would show
patten : subversive racist agi-
Ion ,t .mdermining the
lerkai ncept of government,
p i confidence in
p irtiea, and turning
and religion
Mnat : in, along lines con-
ved bj \dolf Hitler "
[The jwv leader Mid investi-
Hion c' tht Ku KIuk Klin wat
Contmuta on Pag* 1S-A
late Dep't.
)evks More
id to Egypt
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J (JTA)
I President Johnson has requested
.i group of eight senators, who
will go soon to nifi'l with the p.irh-
amenta of India and Japan, to visil
also Israel, it was announced here
Monda) night by Sen Wayne
Mdi -'. Oregon Democrat
Sen Morse made that announce
meat while addressing the opening
session of a four-day national con
vention of the Mizrachi Women's
organization Of America He said
the group of senators, for whom
he will act as chairman, will com
ply with the President's request
and will make Israel part of their
itinerary.
"Our delegation," said San.
Morse, "will certainly discuss
many outstanding, political is-
sues that plague the Middle East.
I know that one of the unique
SEN. WArNf MORSf
much interest
contributions of Israel to world
peace has been its program of
technical assistance in Africa.
The success of this program has
attiact?d much interest or the
part of Congress and the admin-
trators of our own aid program.
It wood appear that, by careful
selection of countries and care-
ful planning of activities, Israel
has accomplished so much with
su.h good results that we are
anxious to learn from her."
Other addresses were delivered
at the session by Ambassador
Avraham Harman. Israel's envoy
to Washington, and Mrs. Eli Res-
nikoff, national president of the
Mizrachi Women's organization.
Sen Morse was awarded the or-
ganization's "American- Israel
Continued on Page 7-A
California Radio Station Charged
With Broadcasting Anti Semitism
NKW YORK (JTA I Radio Anti Defamation League of B'nai
station KTYM. in Inglewood. Calif.. B'rith.
was charged this week with broad- Comrnlssion was asked to
casting "blatant anti-Semitism in I"- tommis. ion
, complaint filed with the Federal consider whether a renewal Of
, ommun.cations Commission by RYU't license wouldMJteoMat,
the Pacific Southwest Office of the ent with the public interest. The
WANTS RAFI JHWQRTOIS TO kiTUR/i
Triumphant Eshkol
Asks Party to Unite
fc'ASHl fON
I
I
lile

i JTA) The
Imenl is submitting a
to President
resumption of largc-
i" Egypt. President
i xpected to act favor
Department's request
on an evaluation
regime has dis-
pea i u and reanonsi-
tend.
i| the proposed aid
"' M ich ai a half-million
i surplus eonunodities.
over a ihree-year

JBRUSALBM JTA) Backed
by solid support of Israel's elec-
torate Premier lx?vi Eshkol urged
members of the Israel Workers
List t Rafi) this week to return to
he ranks of Mapai which they left
I to join former Premier David Ben-
1 Gorton in his election challenge
lo the Premier's party and na-
tional leadership
Although the official results of
' 'he Nov. 2 Parliamentary and
municipal elections were not ached-
lied to be published for a few
lavs it WS clear that Israeli vot-
ers had rebuffed Den Curion's chal
lenge and endorsed Mr Eahkol i
\ ..dei ship.
The Premier made his appeal
in Davar. the or^an of the
Histadrut, Israel's Labor Federa-
tion. He declared that the elec-
tion results proved that the Is-
raeli people considered the
"Lavon Affair" and its after-
math dead issues and that Ben-
Gurion's splinter Rafi party
should draw the appropriate con-
clusions about ending the divi-
sive Mapai split by returning to
the party. The famous "affair"
involved a still unrevealed se-
curity disaster which occurred
when Pinhas Lavon was Defense
Minister, which led to a battle
between him and Ben-Ourion Ml
which Lavon was forced from
the Ministry.
The results of the balloting In-
ated that the laraeli electorate
., as still divided into three groups
The labor parties Mapai Ach-
Continued on Paqe 8-A
omplaint was filed by David Gold-
man, regional ADL president
It alleges that or October 7,
1964, KTYM carried a taped
broadcast entitled "Richard Cot-
tens Conservative Viewpoint,"
described by ADL as "a calcu-
lated appeal to anti-Semitic pre-
judice" in that it sought "falsely
to equate Communism and Ju-
daisin" by quotations from Com-
munist publications.
Goldman asserted that following
the Oct 7 broadcast. ADL repre-
sentatives met with KTYMs own-
er. A J Williams, to call his at-
tention to and protest its contents:
Ihev informed Williams that Cot-
ten wa> using his facilities to "build
up a mailing list" for anti-Semitic
materials.
Williams' offer of time to ans-
wer Cotton's attacks was rejected,
on the ground that the use of a
radio station's facilities to dissem
inate anti-Semitic falsehoods can-
not be justified or adequately
countered by affirmative program-
ming."
The complaint also assert- thai
deso'te ADL's representations
KTYM broadcast other Cotter
thin veiled attacks on Jews" on
May 17 and 18. as well as on lit)
27 this year, "a full length vitu
peratlve anti Semitic" broadcast
1-. -. ho wrote for it-- text
according to Mr Goldman, re
reived unsolicited additional anti
teuish materials
WAS 3AR MiTZVAH
Second Nazi
Chief Found
To be Jewish
NEW YORK (JTA) The biz
arre ease of the former secretary
Ol George Rockwell's Nazi Party,
.vho killed himself when he was
reported in the press to be a Jew.
had an echo this week in the dis-
closure that another Jew was a
eader of a neo-Nazi group.
Shortly after Daniel Burros. 38.
committed suicide In Reading. Pa..
ifter the New Vork Times exhaus-
ts ly reported his concealment of
bis Jewish back-round. Robert
Joseph Burros, who is not relate
to the suicide, was found to be a
Leader ol the National Renaissance
Party, a small Nazi group in New
York City
The Rockwellites, obviously
embarrassed, issued a statement
Continued on Page 3-A
Bonn Puts
Off Payment
To Victims
BONN (JTA Finance Mm-
.ster Rolf Dahlgruen announced
this week that payments totaling
200.000.000 marks $50.000.000> due
to have been made starting next
year to Nazi victims who were not
able to file applications for resti
tut ion prior to October. 1953. will
be "deferred'' for one year He
emphasized that the payments, ul-
timatelv scheduled to total 1.200.-
000 marks t$300,000,000) were "not
being cut but being merely de-
ferred" due to an overburdened
budget.
The $50,000,000 payment was to
have been a first installment on
Continued on Page 9-A
P
linly
Examine Future of U.S. Jewry
nkw YORK (JTA) Greater
.mphaaii on Jewish aapecta of
American We and the urgent nee,
,,,- a democraticaU) conceived
entral Jewidh organization was
ed Sundaj b) most speakers,
aVned u&iiTiiZZ^ "1. j"" with one major dissent, at sec-
Caved v' md da* of a two-day conference
l/rL\TrVr?VT:'ibu "' "Wanning for me American
lewish Community of Tomorrow-
lf.75' sponsored by the Theodor
Herat Institute
Th U S Embassy in Cairo has
F'*ssed according to oHicial
r0ureV that Egypt has halted
F^ct a.e to Congolese nsbels,
' compensation for the
Me toward neighboring states.
m Statt Department has urged.
Continued on Page 2-A
outstanding rabbis, comnr.inal
lea lers and academicians spokl at
the ten sessions devoted to critical
evaluations of the structure and
policies of Jewish communal and
,-hgious life and the projection
ol principles, programa and pro-
cedures for meeting the Jewish
communal needs of 1975. A Jewish
community for 1975 that is more
Jewish orientated than that ot to-
,(av and which stems En :n a demo-
cratically conceived central Jew-
Jh organization, was urged by Dr
Judah Shapiro, secretary of the
,,n.il Federation for Jewish
Culture He said-
"Ore of the first issues in plan-
ning for the future is that of
creating a democratic structure
for the Jewish community which
will inc'ude an expression of de-
Continued on Page 10-A
PR. JUDAH SHAPIRO
democratic structure


Page 2-A
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Ft:i.:yj;oven,s
SUNDAY EVENING
Adath Yeshurun
Will Install
Rabbi Stone
Rabbi Samuel R Stone, new
nnlual leader of Temple Adath
Yeshurun, will be officially in-
Killed at a special ceremony on
Minday. Nov 14. at 8 p.m., in the
empte
Dr. Max A I.ipsihitz. spiritual
der of ConKreuation Beth Tor-
h_ will conduct the ceremony
Rabbi Stone, who has served con
ns in Mississippi. Texas
California, brings with him
ears of experience in the pulpit
nd a special interest in young
; le and aduli Jewish education.
He is a native of Israel and
received his education at the
Yeshivah Haolamit Merkai Ha-
'v, which was founded by the
chief Rabbi of Israel, the late
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook.
Judge Normal I rtein is
tnnan "f the Installation Com-
tittee. Judge Bernard Berman
ill be guest s[X'ak farold Riehter will deliver the
l vocation
Folio win { remnny. a re
ttion will be given in honor of
bbi and Mrs Stone
Bernard Levj
ed the Sunday e<
SouthRoridaJewish Leaders Attend
CJFWF General Assembly in Montreal
SHKtUTtO STOtT .MM '-C
A ac- Sou* nortdian. Dri "SJ^-J^JS*
Cans

nj the,
the Council ..i Jewish Federations
KABBI SAMWI STONf
Beth Torch USY
Car Wash Sunday
B"nai Negev Senior L'SY Chapter
ot Beth Torah Congregation will
sponsor its first car waah <>i the
r on Sunday, from 8 30 to I
p m in th( Vi< l I I-"'
Alan Telisman, president, an-
nced that funds raise I "ill be
tual
Bridges i SY > i '
Hebrew
I niversity in Jel
\\. I Patti Kan

COMMISSiONER ALICE WAINWRIGHT
Urges The Re-Election of
MIAMI MAYOR
ROBERT KING HIGH
The Honorable Robert King H
Mayor, City of Miami
City Hall
Miami, Florida
Dear Bob:
Your re-election as Mayor of Miami is viral I
believe, to assure the continuation of the stable
progressive type of government which has been
the record c City Commission.
I support your candidacy for it is mv belief that
your leadership in the past has made a signifi-
cant contribution to the City of Miami and that
in the future you will play a notable role in the
achievement of the high purposes to which our
Commission is now dedicated.
Sincerely,
ALICE WAINWRIGHT
Re-Elect
MAYOR
ROBERT KING HIGH
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
LEVER 2-A
and Welfare Fundl in Montreal
(his weekend
T!e assembly opened Wedne*
lay, and will terminate Sunday
Those attending from the
Greater Miami are: Arthur S.
Rosichan and Robert F. Formar.
executive director and assistant
executive director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, re-
pectively; Mrs. Sam Falick. exe-
cutive director of the Jewish Fed
eration Women's Division; Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall Harris, as-
sociate treasurer of the Jewish
Federation.
Mr and Mr- Saifl LiAj '
\ear*s recipient of the Pi
lershtp Award: Mr. an.! Mrs
... immed; |
Nasser Regime
Seeking More
Aid to Egypt
Continued from Page 1-*
despite Nasser's denunciation
this week of the American role
in Viet Nam, that immediate
steps be taken to initiate a new
program favoring Egypt.
| sourci
President Johi
Ived rather thai
-

I
liter terms
:..!. Department Is con
'. mad.

hist president of th? Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
member of the Board of Directors
ot the Codndl of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Fund*
More than 1.000 Jewish com-
n-.unal leaders representing Jewish
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throughout the I'nited Slates and
Exp< ,.
presental ^
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BUS
1965
An/# fh,IH>r
Page 3-A
* UAHC to Open General Assembly In San Francisco
.^ Ru Cnil ? ..._. r-.J.__.;___# .1 i -i f>:i Lit. r .
r ***
By Special Report
YORK Hundreds oi
i nion ol \

in & -i
Francisc o w iil meet in a -'
prayer session on Sat irdaj to con-
r the question ol Forces for
Jewish Survival The "Kalian"
will lw hold at the Fairmont Hotel
and is open to .ill delegate s to the
biennial.
The "KaJlah," a day of worship
and study, opens the six-day con-
vention of the L'AHC, and the 2.">;h
biennial assembly of the National
ids,
-h temples in the United
es and More than
0 la> and r. bbinic di
I from all parts ol
in discuss the theme, A
Faith for Our Timi -
The "Kallah" will open Satur-
day morring with a traditional
service created by Rabbi Dr.
Herbert Baumgard, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Am, of
South Miami.
Keynote speaker* will be Rabbi
El) Pilchik, of i ation B'm
irun, South Orange, N J
who will speak on "What is
jew." Rabbi Robert I. Kahi
. | ation Emanu El, Ho
Tex on why Remain a 3e
and Rabbi Arthur J LelyveW, i
Fairmount Temple, Cleveland, <,
whose topic is "How to be a Jew
South Dade Deborah
South Dade Chapter of Debora
will hold a regular meeting We<
i, sday, 8 p.m.. at Mrs. Chark -
Gaber's home. 13620 SW B8nd fcvt
7
-. st
scribing the Book of Honor which will be presented to Mr.
nd Mrs. Leonard Rosen on Saturday niqht at the Temple
Kfaaah-Israe] Dinner of State is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
lAwa..i..: r ,urn to >nBCribe ,ne Boolc oi Honor are (from lert)
IM: and Mrs Robert L. Siegel. Mrs. Abramowitz. and Mr. and
Kirs. Davi 1 Kleiman. Siegel is chairman of the dinner at the
|: a) Hotel.
Earl of Half our Due At
Dinner in Honor of Rosens
scion of the an kctivfl participant in
the author of communal and ci\;e allaiis.
tion. mikj. ))inni.r (.h,ir,Tia s.| .
eation ol Israel, ....... ,
. ..., the thai the black-t i
lorn Medal- gala event, Kith dmni r music t>>
Mrs Leonard t|lf. continental Society On
' v"""r-'"1- v ,, for Lord Balfour will
"" Bal"W he hosted bj Mr and Mrs Rosen
at the Fontainebleau prior to the
dinner Reception \>'!1 be at six
p ni and dinn< r will -tart al 7
main
imowitx, Tem-
^ ader, and
dinner choir
i ihi singular bone
I upon Mr and
ex< mplary
k the com
I i Israel
remote
this

itl pointed
t Ro-en has
I a j r e I s
to religicus,
anthrooic en-
ronimunity and
'rtiional leader-
,iuie of Israel."
i spiritual
Mi Rosen has
ntire com
Second Nazi
Found is Jewish
Continued from Page IA
"regarding Jewish persons seek-
ing membership." Burros was a
Grar! Di igon of the Ku K'ux
Kian in New York State, as well
as a high official in Hw American
Nail party. Thl* Tries report
disclosed that Burros was con-
firmed J1. Jw hlS b;' Ml'1"
v-h in a Qjcens synagogue. Af-
ter threatening to kill the TimM
reporter, Burros shot himself.
He was cremated and the ashes
buried in a non sectarian ceme-
tery, with his shocked parent*
not afterding.
Robert Burros, 21 was rev* aled
by the Middletoun limes Herald
th. rntire com- > w """'.....-~ .
l .. ,,ni tn hue "in a i iatill w oil
race and charm he-oru io na>< u< < ...i.ri.i,
t.,...i.. u.oi, twiih in Newburi; i.
.hi .inn in
ed singular honor
i Moits in the ed
Temple Beth Jacob in Newburu'v
efforta tn the ed- and bavin, boon Jj^jttvjh
cial endeavors in 'here m 1*1 *nJJJ.
han confirmed that thi ^
t- turn's record showed that Hot* ri
Tn. Balfour, Robert Ar Burros U Bar Mitzvah at the
,s J prominent indus- Morm ayMgofue.
t ni lus native Scotland and .. fc. f.,ih,-r
Robert Burros said hi- fath.r
wai criUcal of all Jews ami never
behaved like a Jew, He mM be
knew the suicide, hut not that he
as a Jew.
According to the Rockwellite
statement. Jewish applicants must
undergo a special InwestiigtUon
and if found free of any subvene.
Communist or Jewish organiza-
tional influence.- get special
training and then are sent back
to join Jewish ami Communist or
Kaniialions to IMF. Kven then, they
must serve "a kin* probationary
period" to prove their. s.ncerit>.
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A Far Greater Danger
Ttj* BAo-.Ku^g dMcowy oi two Jewish
jrsjUis rarweq 'hm vyp 'tm-,t\m%r.\p oi *ie Amrv
oai: Koa r"arty cnad Ku n-az iGcm ta a lescoc
in }*wc wnd-rsfs**! tbet '.axes Lais eftor to
tmdsrstazk^ even >n its hiliest psycootogical
Burdine's Israeli Shop
Tae IsroeL Stop in BurcL^e 1 w_ :t:.: -7
or 7orr.^.;;nry :: wide arrcy oi procacts =cce
m 'sr-zi:. :-rrfj-/z i*om art Jo boaseboic .^ots
tt.77 iroai tire :nosi c*njOocr.le -77c:e- wttt;
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5* Page 2-B_
The Israel. Shop, set io open w;th iocjq
list at mcz.j sooai and arastc erer.'j j
hrair _-_7 7t /_rred I>2n^sa "r.rrrtncn t< ~e
z He aeserres corr.rr^enoVrtJOn tor hj oncmal
conception, which nxry now serve as a '-'
oi tocai rnierest tor other depcranenj store en-
vtrprjes across the land o emulate
In the shop wjl not only he ocerec '-r.e
wde range rA Israea products available *o tne
consumer. It wM also represec: 'j^e span and
know-how oi this .adornrtah4e Imle ncrton.
which seeks to express rtseii ^1 the enierpnse
oi ix peop.e
Ai DUL-ES
-js sose at tne
; -i .*# oc tJV
trrsti Mr EiS**rj*'
fixe, k jjo Doiles ire ftc bo csred M( S wt
treeb.- I tau boch asrdiy ceaeenisx it with om>
(aM ac Imaonec*a. ahboegfc Aoencas aofclxrm tda> in
Viet Si- a. 1 cr.requeBce or Ux trap* aivrmsth 1
p*rj*ri4C7
Heaee tBe Brr-k* anc FreoA. to s-r>e saaarbof frwc tte reatewss fedayeec attacks Lauacxd
k tae s^na- oesen and about wiMcb th* I > Oad kk"
tHese Jree saliotts witli a Ide-asa- if ie the V.:-
rtx H adjost the errors 01 Was&anxton's evg
owt best interest Anc lor t*e first time sane* he took
deat Zixmmomtr nosed. Outraced at oeme bj &*--'
ju*. al -nree tear' Jadrse Br:taia and Frar
tne 7r**cnr> oi 7ije_- rjccumbed.
lv~* Ikf irti'-Mt stase to koce*. diss mi Was I
ftrtftj chastened* Did Nasser not bade, eowens* *
boun froec beuaj T.jroered by has omg men* Ike ov.-.
tne n( of sis second election be appeared before the
threatened Israel with sanctions, censure, and aajrthinx *k
thutt of. and iuxaih had his wit Tne- US and our SU'.c -
had secreeded in ptctonx Nasser up out of the siud. bru-^..
and retnsta^aix him intf the E^>ouac oactatorship
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rUMWTI
m fTsTWC UACtMAM.
iy were the Jews m Germany who open-
ly welcomed Adoii Hitler and Ncfltooal Sooai-
xsm weO after Hitler betrayed his most secret
intenhoras.
b does not appear that such discoveries
are trends in American Jewish lhe we must
be concerned about, except possibly as grow-
ing examples of menial and emotional disturb-
ance throughout the country.
The knotty problem oi intermarriage das-
cussed so thoroughly this week by the Con-
servative movement convennon in Kjcnveeha
Lake. NY., is a tor greater threat to our exist-
ence as Americans and as Jews.
In the case oi the Nazis, we seem to have
lost two Jews because of hatred tor themselves.
But intermarriage is tor more dangerous. Apart
from the infinitely larger numbers involved, it
The Bloc Vote Myth
The defeat oi Abraham Beame as nvryox-
akty candidate m New York should give some
courage to those oi us who have over the years
oeen :nsist.ng that, when tee chips are down.
Jews do not vote on ethnic grounds.
In the case oi the rxrtor. loan Lindsay was
not only a non-Jew He was also a Republican
thus also doing violence to the socx>logical
nonsense that most Jews the Jews oi New York dad was to vote tor who
they thought the best man was
No one was less surprised than Mr.
Beame. hrmsstf. who warned at the outset that
h* porty would have an uphill climb to face
The people rA New York. w:th its heavy Jew-
ash oorjulotaon. gave the nod to the man they
most admired regardless oi party or religion.
ASSES. S MORE RECENT hiitorv hi* *r m Yemen
, man*
N* Jets- w- a 1 v m M %,w*;r*l > j ni? ens an ---
mx threats to destroj Israel, his establishment of a spur L""
Arab Republic united in so cause except his own, his re;- J" J
in the direction of Communist Russia all thai 1* un^e^-^ daw
-+.:tsto Nasser terms. Lof since out of office. Dwixht David Eisenbo-er _"^2
meUowwd. became an author to ante The White House V- r> al *
Peace 1S6S41 In the book, published early last month > ,
the oftaoal pressure be brought upon Israel in 196" to ; ^^
Sinai in ~a resoiutioa which would call on all United Nats*
to suspend not just governmental but private assistance jf ^
Added Ike "Such a move would be no hollo** gesture Sa ^
cussed it George Humphrev. then Secretary of the Tntasurj P*
cal! tc W Randolph Burgess. Inder Secretary of trie T"'*5'
monetary affairs. *ho gave a rough estimate that Amerui"
pnvtt*
!i>nds in
rmiuoo
gjfts to Israel were about $40 million a year and sale sf
our countrv between 150 nulhon and SCO million a year
was in pan based on Treasury figures on income tax ff.
Mr Eisenhower, flaunting this ethnic blackmail in our 11
veals that John Foster Dulles -strongly expressed the t*w
Cwttinwed an Pass 13-A


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Friedland to Receive 80th Anniversary
Medal of Jewish Theological Seminary
Samuel Friedland, of Miami
Beach, prominent leader of the
American Jewish Community, has
been designated to receive 'he
with anniversary medal of the Jew-
Mi Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica.
The modal will be conferred up ,
on Friedland in recognition of his *minary. act'v'e muem
manv services to the Jewish cm- ^er of Temple Emanu-El where
mun'ity. The ceremony will take he served as President,
place at the Seminary's 80th anni- Chairman of the board and
versary celebration dinner on founder of Food Fair Stores, one
Nov. 14. at the Americana Hotel in of the largest retail food chains |
New York
States Supreme Court, will each
receive the honary degree of Doc-
tor of Laws.
Friedland, a member of the
Board c.f Overseers of the Semin-
ary, is a sponsor of the Samuel
Friedland Lecture Series of the
$mmw wmtm
Music, Arts
League Has
Officer Election
directors of the Mi-
Officer- .
,ouBe-. Music -nd Arts League
er* ehosfi
i.ual elf*."
Canlkm H
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Ctrilloi
ieaturii
The N
t* presi '
nieritor i-
meeting held at the
el Installation cere-
. held Dec 11 at the
Cafe Le Can Can.
Ka> Anthony Revue.
- annual
to civic
contribution! in the
Principal spk*r at th. din-
ner will b. U.S. Ambassador to
the United Natters Arthur J.
Goldberg. The dinner will fol-
low special convocation at the
Seminary where Marian Ander-
son, musician, Jacques Lipchiti,
artist, and John Marshall Harlan,
Associate Justice of the United
Cancer Chapter
To Offer Play
in the United States, he also is
president of the Food Fair Found a- 1
tion. which has provider} scholar
ships at leading universities for ,
hundreds of young students.
Friedland has been a leader in
civic and religious affairs both
on the local and national scene,
and has contributed continually
i to the welfare of the community
through innumerable organiza-
tions, serving as chairman of
drives for Bonds for Israel, United
Jewish Appeal. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and United
Fund.
Returning from a visit to Israel, the Iberian Peninsula and Eu-
rope, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin (left to right) are shown as they boarded an El Al flight
to Tel Aviv at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.
in the Greater Mi-
ami in
Delude Borli M
nine Spear,
Delterson, Jo-
Kwartin, vice
, k King, tree*-
lecretarj.
rresportding sec
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"Ready. Set, Go." a musical
iu arris will playlet written by Mrs. Frank Cut-
leaders for ler. will be given at a membership
luncheon for Tropical Chapter,
American Medical Center at Den-
ser, on Thursday. Now 18, at noon.
in the Deauville Hotel.
Appearing in the cast are MM
Harold Abrams, Mrs Arthur Be
bar, Mrs Edward Kessler, Mrs
Sanford Kimball, Mrs Ira K'lish.
Mi i Stephen Kogan, Mrs Jerome
Silvers and Mrs Harr> Thai Mrs
[var Blacker is narrator Mrs Syd
nej Burger is membership chair-
nan
For 61 years, American Medical
renter b '"' ',k1
treatment to patients wit* ad
vanced and recurrent cancer and
bronic respirator) diseaaea with-
oui regard to race i olor creed or
pli e raphic origin
A supporter ot Seminary pro-
grams, he received the institu-
tion's first Louis Marshall Mem-
orial Medal in 195* and its Na-
tional Community Service
Award in 1961.
The Jewish Theological Semin-
ars i> the central institution of
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EDITOR, The Jewish Flondian:
When I read al
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.- itives in
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Johnson to pr Sundaj
\,i\ 27. a national hon ir da> in
tribute to i r smericans fighting
in the \ id Nam War
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nt of proclaim this day, perhaps others
area, has been
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with relations w the war will want
to )oin together and pay tribute
to the men as a group on a strictly
non political non-pariiaan baaU
I. POSTON,
Miami B.ach
EDITOR. The Jawish Floridian:
Klansman Daniel Burros, who
died by his own hand after DM
Jewish background was exposed
can only tk> explained as a convert;
although no local press report says
M Consider that Kluxers are
hound by oath to foment white.
Protestant Christianity when they
join Like W many of the breed
who Bpoatidre from us. he had
to establish himself as M pereenl
Christian
The activists among these turn
coats have i black history ol false-
|j witnei linal 'heir former
n ligionists, of being informers,
ickground. their pa nd
theii
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WE ASK YOU TO VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
IRWIN CHRISTIE
CANOIDATE FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSION
ELECTION NOV. 16th
* Member Florida ond Federal Bar
* Member Dadt Ceentr & American Bar Atln.
H Grodeote Unixrtity o* Miami law St Woo I 'Cam loede
and New York Uaivertit, School of Cmmrce
ej Attorney Central Univerntj of Miami
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Y.pjLH.A. & Y.W.H.A.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE, JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
MEMBER: B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS, JUVENILE COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMI,
PAST EXALTED RULER OF THE ELKS No. 948,
MOOSE, KIWANIS & SERTOMA.
Irwin is married to the former Joyce Spector,
daughter of Julius and Ruth Spector, and
granddaughter of "Pop" and "Mom" Spector.
He is the father of four children.
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Conservative I nit
On Intermarriage
runna
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MIAMI CITY COMMISSION
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t*e e/v. e o* inSe.*! deficient ie*
je>itm community'
irvj #r>* iKOud be ou' artv
tve 0"e'C5s inteeating?"
'X eqnal T.?rtarvr' I the
teteesn as The Value* and Stand-
in*, 'X Jew.* Reii&oitt Prac
Tim ; ear eonventjor. aese
ji-' red tlbbfjf special at
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ad practices anrf ... taeUe urh
nestiora "S.v>ala a ijrnaeng-Je
perrr.:' a Bar Mrrvah H the reeep-
uor. following the ceremony vio-
lates the law*, of kajartuh or the
Sabbrh,"
AJno. To what degree should
eon ere ja turns insist on Jewish
educational re*rirements for Bar
Jtrttrah candidates And 'Shotaki
Bar Mitrvah candidates oe asked
to commit thMnseires to continue
their Jesri-h studies beyond the
Bar Mitzrah. as a condition of
their Bar M:U\ah cerernon>?"
Le^ad'-ri in their discussion will
be Babbai EL M ^ttu Dem-
bostiu Samuel Dresner Morns B
MarsoUei arA Dr Henrj >.ir
Charlos Silberrran, o*or o*
"Crisis in Black and Whito
Dr. Loo Pfoffar, notod constitv*-
tional ar*d ciil rights authority;
Rabbi Hary Halparn. chairman
o* th Joint Commission on Soc-
ial Action of th Conseratio
Movomert; and Prof. Saymour
Sieoal, avsociata professor of
Southern Bell
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AJCommittee will Honor Rabbi Narot
With Human Relations Service Award
|es n nnkebteio, pre*
\,i the Greater Miami eh;.,.
""'American Jewish Committee,


a thai Dr. Joseph R.
r to organization's aiuwal^rard
- ou- Service m Advene
Human Batatione.
i .. ;t in Mid that Dr.
dent Of the Great-
SSami Chapter, "Is well known
'Vh< dedication to those ideals
'nd llosophies Of American Jew-
Scommitt which are best e*
ilifi, menjr *
the community.
Dr Narot h* bn a ipW>-ir
of the Metro Community Rala-
tns Bo*'d ""ce it* founding i"
j** of 1962 Ho it mmbr of
County Economic Opportunity,
h. Executive Board of tho Dado
Program. *"d mtmbor of tho
Florid* Confererco on Social
(Velfire. He served as prtidnt
tf W#)lfr Planning Council in
41 jnd is past president of tho
3reater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation.
has been spiritual
eel since I960.
ifter ten years
r el in Ulan tic
presented to
mal dinner !
,n the As
l":.i/a lli>
! nan "i the
r Narot a
Johnson Asks
Eigh* Senators
To Go to Israel
Continued troin Pago 1A
He pled) i d
lors lo vsatil larael
ntion on con
i in be made to-
sol ition of the
- problems through
ial assistance.
tea |o the ion
nting 50.000 mem-
latcs and the District
: tpted resolutions
th'1 United States
i intinue to make
ona to the Sov-
' half of religious
doms f<>r the
USSR and pledging
i rated Nations con-
enocide. The con-
ted to Mipport a
rmament program in
East as a prelude ti>
neral agreement by all
the Middle East
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter. Cassel said this will
be a particularly significant occa-
sion for the Greater Miami Chap
lei Previous awards have gone
to the Catholic Diocese of South
Florida, Dante Fa-cell, Bishop
Henry i Loutitt, of the Episcopal
Diocese of South Florida, and to
Mount Sinai Hospital.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Philip E. Hoffman, New-
ark, N.J., chairman of the Board
of Governors of AJCommittee s
national organiiation. Hoffman
is a prominent attorney and
chairman of the Executive Com-
mittee of the U.S. Realty and In-
vestment Company in Newark.
Beth Torah ATID Elects Officers
Oft. JOSEPH HAROT
Cassel said that AJC member-.
guests and friends are invited to
join in honoring Dr, Narot. precede the 7:30 dinner, which will
A cocktail reception at 6 30 will be followed by dancing.
Beth Torah Chapter of ATID. the
College Age Organization of the
i nited Synagogue of America, has
elected Theodore Schoenber^ as
1 resident Mi>- Herri Carness was
lech d secretary treasurer.
The group meets every Thursday
evening at Beth Torah Congrega
.on, an(| all young adults between
the ages of 18 and 24 are invited
to join.
The program for the year in-
cludes discussions with prominent
rabbinical and educational leaders i
in the country. The opening dis-
cussion was led by Dr. Max A Lip-
schitz, of Beth Torah Congrega- ,
tion.
A dance will be held on Satur-
day evening, in the Youth Room.
The ATID chapter is under the
auspices of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion and the Youth Committee,
headed by Joseph Golden. Mar-
shall Baltuch, director of youth
1 activities, serves as the advisor
to the group.
Schoenberg served as toundii
president of the group last year II
is presently serving on the ATI
International Executive Board, i -
membership and expansion chai
man for the Southeast. lie is
student at Miami-Dade Junior I
lege and is advisor for Beth Tora i
B'nai Midbar Intermediate USY ft
the second year.
Mis- Carne.-s is a treshman ;'
Miami-Dade Junior College. Sh:
recently completed a term as pie-
dent of the South Florida Sub-r
gion of United Synagogue Youth.
Choi Chapter Luncheon
Chai Chapter. B'nai B'rith Woi
en. will present a fashion sho
and luncheon on Sunday. 1 p.m
at the Algiers Hotel. Clothi -
; shown will be by Belma and A
giers Dress shop. Mrs. Henry B;>
aban will entertain
Heart Assn. Chief
To be Speaker
Marvin I. Meitus will be
the first fall meet
rida Keys Heart Unit
Association of Greater
' Wednesday. 8:15 p.m .
room of the Florida
al Co 0P In Tavern
announced by David
vice president
president of the
ation ot Greater Mi-
.1 member of the Dade
Medical Association, will
Recent Developments in
Ironies' \ 16mm col-
nd film, "Of Men and
ill be shown
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Eshkol Urges Mapai Reunih
Responding to a personal appeal from Mayshie Friedberg
(left), member of the Board of Directors of the Israel Histadrut
Committee of Greater Miami. Pincus Gartner, of 825 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach, Wednesday contributed SI,000 to
relieve the suffering of crippled children in the Stale of Israel.
Gartner, retired son of a rabbi, moved here from New York
five years ago after a lifelong career in the garment business
there. Friedberg, a leader in the Israel Bonds and Combined
Jewish Appeal campaigns here for more than a decade, term-
ed Gartner's gift "one of the greatest acts of charity I have
ever witnessed."
1-..I.I I'.-] A.l\
YES! 1965 CITY OF
MIAMI & DADE COUNTY
TAXES
HIGHEST EVER
Don't lust Take My Word
for it, Add them up
yourself.
4 Years Ago
David Kennedy
promised these fax savings
|a Preservation of the City
of Miami, and, at the
tame time, the saving of
tax dollars by the elimin-
ation of duplication of
services in city and coun-
ty government.
2, Establishment of a Central
Purchasing Agency for all
governmental units in
Dade County to create tax
savings through combin-
ed purchasing power.
NOT ONE OF KENNEDY'S
PROMISES HAVE BEEN
FULFILLED!
HOW ABOUT A CHANGE!
Adult Education
At Beth David
Attracts Crowd
Over 300 persons have registered
in the expanded adult education
program of Beth David Congrcga
tion. according to an announce
ment this week by Manuel Uibel.
chairman of the Adult Education
Committee.
Conducted on Tuesday evenings,
the program offers a variety of
courses for men and women in
Hebrew. Bible, and Jewish Skills
and Customs.
Rabbi Sol Landau conducts a ,
iorum discussion from 9 to 10:30
p.m on Judaism and Family Life.
Topics for Nov. 16 and 23 will be
"Jewish Concept on Separation and
Divorce" and "Physical Relations i
in Marriage "
The Women's Institute, con-
ducted on Wednesday mornings.
offers courses in Hebrew from 9.30
to 1030 a.m.. followed by a lec-
ture and discussion session from
10:30 to noon on "Jews. God and
History." a book written by Max
1. Dimont.
Continued from Page 1-A
ci.it A\. dab. Ma] B
; its in the
K The more i ins srva-
tivi
Zionists, Herul and Progressives
in m l f* Kn.-s.
set, will hold ."i seats m I
Kit enteen seats will
5 parties, ho |
[ 15 seal
the significant differ-
. the many n< a pa
sons in the Sixth K. i el The
Sixth Parliament will have 30 new
members, the largest turnover in
the history of Knesset.
Subject to minor adjustment.
Mapai and its alignment ally. Ach
dut. will have between 42 and 44
seats, compared to 41 in the Fifth
Knesset Rafi will probably have
10 seats The Herat-Liberal coali-
tion will probably hold its 25 seats.
The leftist Mapam and the Com-
munists may lose a few seats. Some
82 percent of the nation's 1.500.000
voters cast ballots.
Premier Eshkol meanwhile
made plans for negotiations for a
new coalition, with a number of
possibilities. One would be Mapai.
Achdut. the National Religious
party. Mapam and the Independ-
ent Liberals, for more than 70
scats He might later try to ex-
pand the coalition by re-uniting
Kafi with Mapai. as was indicated
by his appeal to Rafi members.
:, r move
..
Israel's three major cities
were expected to continue under
present mayors Mord*ci Ish
Shalem in Jerusalem. Abba
KhouirM in Haifa and Mordecai
Namir in Tel Aviv despite lo$-
sts by their parties in the local
e lectio- .. Mayor Khoushi. was
actually assured of re-election
even before the balloting. Mayor
Namir was only slightly ahead
of Herut's Mordechai Stern but
appeared to have a better chance
to form a municipal en .tion.
"I I-
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Jewish Voters Support Lindsay
In Cross-Over to Republicans
NEW YORK 'JTA> ADM
ham D Beame. who ran for Mavor
on the Democratic ticket, and who
would have become New Y rk's
first Jewish mayor if elected, was
defeated in last week's elections
in which John V. Lindsay. Repub-
lic Liberal candidate, received a
total of 1.166.915 votes against the
1.030,771 votes cast for Mr Beame
Lindsay, who will be the first
Republican mayor in New York in
24 years, was supported by the
Jewish Daily Forward. while
Beame was supported by the Jew-
ish Day-Morning Journal.
Tha Liberal Party, in which
David Dubinsky na m >i Row.
two prominan* Jewish labor
leaders, play a dominant role,
backed Mr. Lindsay.
Traditionally, the Liberal
and the Jewish Dail>
ba:V the candidate- of Che I
cratic Party. During the imps
both Lindsay and Bean lisavow
ed religious and ethn;.
ment.
Beame. who i> City mfc
especially disavowed j mi
sent out by a New York Orth os
Jewish personality, printed in I
lish and Yiddish, urging Jewish
\uiers to back him or he '
that he was "a jjood Je
A bedroom phone.
To get away from it all.
And get it all done.
To shut out the noise. The crowd.
To plan. Discuss.
Settle things in peace and quiet.
A bedroom phone. It's the answer.
To lots of things.
(What else that costs so little gives you so much ?)
Businessman, Attorney,
School Teacher
MURRAY Z.
KLEIN
MIAMI COMMISSIONER
Morton Perry,
Asst. State Atty.,
To be Speaker
Morton Pern,', assistant attorney.
'.ill Ik1 guest speaker at the new-
ly-il -muted i ult forum discussion
group conducted by the North
County YMHA on Monday, 8:30
p.m it was announced by Aaron
Gold, Adult Committee chairman.
Perry will discuss Rackets and
id" compiled by the States
Attorney'! Office
Another program for adults is
k re\ i'"' series which will
i n Mondaj No\ 29, at 8:30 ,
by Abra-
!i"ii director
f !. Torah < tion. on
Mi< hi ; lat< M novel.
Art Series Will
Be Opened Here
Roi n I 'i p r ownei (i rector
of IfirreU Gaiter) on Main High
".i> will p'-
':r-t program in an art discus
aion HliM at Temple Beth Am on
Thursday, Mov 18. 8 15 p.m., in
the Ten pk Youtl I OUfl
Draper il in Who's ^v^lo
in American Art. has eshil
own paintings throughout
I, as wdl as made available
art item* through his gallerv
Southern Bell
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~::day. November 12. 1965
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Miami Beach Doctor Joins Air Staff at Osan in Korea
Dr iCapt Charles I Reckson completed the orientation course Ala ami is being 1VS|-,U'<' ''/ **
u ol Mrs Honej R Reckson, i.....fficera of the 1 S Air Force medical staff at Osan a. "*
w : Miami Beach has Medical Service at Guntec AFB, Hi- has rs and mh aei
On Friday evening at Temple Ner Tamid late services, special
prayers will be recited in honor of Armistice Day. and there
will be a presentation of colors by the Jewish War Veterans.
Hany H. Cohen. SurfsideBay Harbor. Post 723. Left to riqht are
Mitchell Reiner, past commander. D. Jerry Sail, past com-
mander. Aaron Bsenstein. and Hy Posner, JWV member. Look-
ing on is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of Ner
Tamid.
Bonn Puts Off Indemnity
Payment to Nazi Victims
Continued from Pae 1-A
total $300,000,000 restitution due
those who could not file claims
e the 19-S3 deadline, because
their inability to escape from
countries behind the Iron <.\irtain
Mr Dahlgruen said that it was
y II. that some payments might
0he made to these victim* of Nazism
r> urgent HUM
The negotiation* for payment
to the group of victim* of Naiitm
known as "post-19S3 claimants"
begin four year* ago. The Corv
tcrence on Jewish Material
Claim* Against Germany urged
that Wilt Germany compensate
those victims of Nan*m who
could not escape from Eastern
courtriet to file claims before
the cut-off date of October 1,
19S3, putting them on an equal
footing with other victim* of
Nazism already provided for.
West Germany's Government
finally agreed last spring to set
up a special hardship fund" of
no.oOM.OOO marks i $150,000,000) to
take care of compensating this
group The Conference continued
to negotiate and finally succeeded
in doubling the amount to the
equivalent <>f s;u>nxio.ooo. World
organizations of victims of Nazism
approved the arrangement. That
was the sum put into the amend-
ment to Germany's Federal In-
demnification Law passed in June
h\ Germany's Parliament
To make sure that the amounts
paid would be equitably distri-
buted among the claimants, it was
provided that the hardship fund"
would be paid in installments The
first installment, amounting to
j.MH'OO.OOO. was due to be paid out
of Bonn's 1966 budget. It is that
tirst Installment that is likely to
be deferred under the Finance Min-
liter's propoul The "poet-1953"
Claimants are estimated to include
190,000 Jews.
Tifereth Jacob
Adult Classes
Beginning "n Wednesday, Nov.
10, an adult education class in Ele-
mentary Hebrew meeting is being
held at Temple Tifereth Jacob at
8pm
Classes will be held from B 9
p.m.. Wednesday of each K.
with Rabbi Maurice Klein insl cl-
ing
The next hour 00 the same eve-
ning for those who wish to remain.
will consist of a forum discussion
on basic Judaism entitled The
True Facts of Judaism and Its Tra-
dition."
V
Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital,
accepts on behalf of the- hospital a plaque horn the United
Stales public health service. Department of Health. Educa-
tion and Welfare's representative. Robert O. Stewart, southern
regional training consultant. The award was made to Mount
Sinai Hospital for "outstanding seivice in disaster planning
in furtherance of the Civil Defense) health mobilization
program." Left to right are T. E. Cato. director. Dade County
tnient of Public Health; G Stewart; and A. C.
-er, deputy director Dade County Civil Dele:.
i ir*
Claire Weintraub, Aronovitz
Back DAVE KENNEDY
Of, 1965
neruid T. Kennedy
Cotnmissioner Dmv ing
X00 North 2557
Miami. Florida
Deer Dave, tcli you how
W.22l5TSS !* kXice veinvright,
residential, a*. Vice-Hayor A11**.," of other
return you to tn ^^
Sincerely.
(jLAS^
^sT,T&^
Kennedy
l s
^iVafTlW "
Mayor **!I,|0nt* **
*"* C nltl in their bid.
and cited 1 hMt vnt-
penersiPWle-
. .. ajeviss
Mr. *'""'*;,; ron..W^
"hm*a "' m
rtrxoied "* rvty com-
-"55 AST*
;"*
RE-ELECT
DAVID T.
KENNEDY
PULL LEVER
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LEVER
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Friday, November 12. 1965
Future of American Jewry Examined^"*
h
Continued from Pag* 1A
cisior (voting), the presenta-
tion of alternatives (platforms
and parties), and the selection
of leaders on the basis of merit
(elections), rather than ascrip-
tion. Planning for 1975 demands
the earliest attention to the es-
tablishment of democratically
structured Jewish communities."
A diametrically opposed point of
\iew was expressed by Prof. Eli
Ginsberg, director of Conservation
ol Human Resources at Columbia
University, who said that "Jewish
organizations should stop their elu-
sive search for developing a broad
unified structure to encompass all
or most of them Such an efioet.
he said, "is doomed because of the
basic differences in values that
characterize the different groups.
Even it one limits the search tor
consensus to the larger middle
groups and Ignores the orthodox
at one end the totally nori-affiliated
be other, there is little prospect
of developing a broad consensus.
Each organization that is asked to
give up its freedom of action can
- incident thereto; the
ire \ iev ed as highl] prob
lema
tion ew pen Jew-
mmunity relations, Rabbi
: Engl wood,
\ stated l
:i ot
' The rVew Miami Needs Hint"
LEROY
WIENER
Proud of his Heritage
Proud of his City!"
BUSINESSMAN
CHEMICAL
ENGINEER
REALTOR
BACKGROUND
Aqe 43
Chtmicol Ingine^r-received his
degree from the College of the
City of New York
Worked on Manhattan Project
(development of the atomic
bomb) member ef the team
selected for development of the
methods for separation of
uranium isotopes, for which he
received a Presidential citation
o Inter-collegiate swimming
champion
Team captoin two years
Active member of the Miami
Board ef Realtors
Member of Midtown Kiwanis
Club of Miami
Former Member City
Beautification Committee
o Former Vice-President ef
Miami Sertoma Club
Jaycees
Speaks three languages
Let's Elect LEROY
WIENER
CITY
COMMISSIONER
"The New Miami Needs Him"
I'd l*ol. Ailv
labor among institutions currently
lmanced by the Jewish community.
Those who involve people in non-
sectarian philanthropy, political
and civil rights and similar acti-
vities will have to become "avow-
edly public institutions, to be di-
rected and financed by a broad
spectrum of the American people.'"
At the same time, he continued.
those agencies which remain in the
specifically Jewish field will have
to transform their program, in fie
areas of culture and education,
"so that they are consciously and
clearly calculated to increase Jew-
ish knowledge and commitment.
Part of their task in character-
training, of course, will be to pro-
duce for society as a whole the
kind of people who are motivated,
from Jewish sources, to band to-
gether with others in the general
struggle for a better and more Just
society
C. Bexalel Sherman, well-
known Jewish sociologist, said
that this "central body" must be
built on "the three pillars of
Jewish community life the
synagogue, Jewish institutional-
ism, and Jewish world interde-
pendence." He described the
American Jewish community to-
day as a commurity of S1* mil-
lion Jews, at least 80 percent of
whom are Amei ican native-born,
as against the Jewish commun-
ity of SO years ago totaling 2,300,-
000 Jews, 60 percent of whom
were immigrants.
He said thai i in-
I new for the
American Jewish communit) I
. be mel bj the i
zation "democratieaUj constituted
thai will have the right to speak
in the name of American Jews and
weave a Jewish strand Into the
fabric of American societ) without
tearing it out of the texture of
Jewish peoplehooxl."
Except for Israel with its 2.2MK
000 Jews, Mr Sherman pointed out,
the Jews of the I'nited States
45 percent of world Jewry an I
other Jews m the Diaspora are
developing in the third and tourth
generations without spiritual ties
with their fellow Jews throughout
the world. Also, he pointed out that
although Jews are in the very
forefront in general education,
they are almost illiterate in re
spect to Jewish knowledge
"There is thus a very great
differer.ee in the United States
between the first and second
generation of Jews fifty years ago
and the third and fourth genera-
tion today," he pointed out. "The
third generation will make few-
tr demands on the Jewishness
of the fourth and will display a
greater acceptance of mixed
marriages which are bovnd to
increase in rate and numbers in
the future."
south Florida Youth Syr. ihony
of North Miami Beach announces
its first annual Thank-giviru con-
cert conducted by Carmen Nappo
'on Sunday evening. Nov. 21. at
the Miami Norland High Softool
Auditorium. 1050 N\V 195th
The North Dade Exchang- Club
will sponsor the concert tor the
**********-p: ** ****** *
will sponsor me cunctn i >\ "-
Other speakers included llabbi ,)urpose of awarding .. ScOOjanhip
Ira Eisenstein, president of the [to an outstanding student at Nor
lewish Kcconstructionist Founds- land Senior High. Samuel OilloM.
......"- rd5*W'ESr,W*
executive vice president of the ,()n ppderal Savings and Loan As
United Jewish Appeal: Dr EnUl I sociation 0f North Miami Beach,
Lehman, director of the Herzl I"- j plans to make thi^ an .nnual
stitute: Manuel ti Batshaw, di- <.,,, of tnc highest artistic achi-
rector of national services of the I cvcmcnt possible"
Jewish Welfare Board; Mrs Avis;
Snulman. a prominent lecturer; Two student conductors 1 also
Graenum Berger, consultant on ( perform. Tbc> are 16 > ear-old. Mai -
COtnmunity centers and camps of jorie Gould and 17 year-old Abra
the Federation of Jewish Philan-lham Weinstein. first chair trench
thropics of New York; and others, horn and clarinet respectively
+ + + + + + + + + + + *.* + + + + + + + + + +++++ + + + +++ + + \l
Insurance Exec
Author of Article
Whitheror u itber- \
an article by Norman Hoffman,
vice president of Tobin and Tobm
Insurance Agency, soon lo be pub-
lished m the Annals oi Ihe Societj
of C.P.CT foretells the extinction
<.t the Insurance agent who has not
been able to compete with the dis-
count trend in insurance policy
writii
Annals of the Society of C.P.C U,
is the professional journal of the
National organisation Of Chartered
Propert) and Casualty underwrit-
ers.
Methods of Insurance selling are
changing radically, according to
Hoffman. He States 'there are in-
creaaingl) fewer, better ami big-
ger agencies in existence which
will operate on a professional lev-
el rather than out of their hat as
in the past."
Hofman cites a^ an example the
fact that in Dade County alone at
hast 5(1 companies have ceased op-
erating in the last year, and that
there has been a considerabl de-
crease in the number "f peripheral
ts in recent month-
Hofman's own firm recently I
moved to enlarged quarters in the .
Justice Bldg 3915 liiscayne Blvd.l
"Our most complete facilities are
part of this trend and reflect our
policy of giving responsible service
to our customers," asserted Hoff-
man.
Judge Balaban
To Be Speaker
Bernard Brust. program chair-
man of Workmen- Circle Branch
1050, announces th.it Judge Hours
l. Balaban will address the nexl
meeting of the branch on Satur-
day \o\ 20, .it Washington Fed
eral Savings and Loan Association,
Normand) Isle Branch.
Murray Gold, secretary, advised
the Executive Committee that the
quota of increased membership for
this U5th Jubilee membership drive
lias already been reached with
five more months to go.
Goal of the branch is to double
the assigned quota, enabling them
to send more than one delegate
to the national convention in May.
1966. at the Concord Hotel in New
York.
THE JERRY STERN FAMILY
WANTS YOUR SUPPORT!
(Left to right) Louis Robert, 14, Melba and Jerry Stern, David Michael,
19, Gerald and Elaine Stern Geist with their two sons Andrew John and
Jeffrey Daniel.
JERRY STERN HAS BEEN ACTIVE IN
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS:
Leader in Salk Vaccine, Red Cross and Blood Bank Drives Past Presi-
dent Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical Ass'n., Member State Board of
Pharmacy, received American Nurses Award, Named Outstanding Phar
macist of the Year.
JERRY STERN HAS WORKED HARD FOR
JEWISH ACTIVITIES:
Member of Board Beth David Synagogue, Past Chairman, UJ.A. Pharm-
acy Division, Board of Directors, American Friends of Hebrew University,
President of Fund-Raising Dinner for School of Pharmacy in Israel.
LETS ELECT
JERRY STERN
MAYOR OF MIAMI
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Abramowitz, spiritual leader of secretaiy: Mark Schickman, program vice
rah. discusses USY installation president; Janet Kratzer, coiresponding secre-
lich will take place during ser- tary; Sharon Steckler, BSB vice president;
3V evening. Left to right are Rabbi Sharon Krovetz, executive vice president; and
Sussman. board member; Zvi Honoi, president. Not shown is Joy Green-
; treasurer." David Shapiro, re- berg, parliamentarian.
ent; Gail Klein, recording
Menorah
fail
Kcers
Mcnorah
:"'
\ in late
, iln week
* Sharon
51 aplro, Mart
\ Sti ckler, Mark
Klein. Janet K.aU-
i ind .Sheri Ches
Rabi Mayer Abram-
[ce Tlie Temple
fcerhood will be host-
i iboat in honor of
<\4 members of L'SY
Hollowing the service.
Sunday in the
liinple Menorati.
Mai Englander, for-
fcjor Of Miami Beaeh.
City Council, and
[ ilie Board of I>i-
. 1.....it Menorah. will ;
SY at its weekly |
ler will umr
Talk Back to Your
'ssion.
***&
a*^
tf.lfcf
Julius Cooper (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rilkin, 5200 Alton
Rd., board an El Al Israel Airlines jet. They attended dedica-
tion ceremonies of a room and a laboratory they donated to
the Kupot Holim Medical Center of Hiatadrut in Beersheba.
Israel. Mr. Cooper has since returned to Miami Beach, while
the Riikins are continuing on a globe-circling trip.
NCCJ to Award
Top Americans
For Leadership
REIATID STORY PAGE 6-C
By Special Report
GOVS. Nelson A. Rockefeller, of
New York, George W. Romney, ol
Michigan, anil Edmund G. Broun,
ol California, and Under Secretary
of Commerce l..Koy < ollins were
named by the National Conference
ot Christians and Jews here t" re-
ceive its fn-t Charles Evans
Hughes Awards for Couragi
Leadership In Governmental Serv-
ice.
The newly-created award i- In
honor of the late Charles E
Hughes, principal founder of the
V CJ in 1928. He as chief Justice
ol the U S. Supreme Court from
1930 ii. Secretarj ol State under
sidenl Warren Harding from
1921-25, and Governor ol New York
from 1906*10
I Mon Ol I
lins : Govei i I I
ner head ol the Communit)
- e under the K i
a> hailed by the two mi i
tional board ol thi N<
nom South Floi
ji hn Serbin and former U S Sen
j p Cain -.. d "Governor Col-
Ins' selection is a well-deserved
tribute t<> one <>i the great leaders
in the field of human relations."
Collins received the Silver Me-
dallion Award for Brotherhood
from the Florida Region of the
NCCJ in 1959.
Presentation of the awards will
|be made at a dinner in New York
Monday, concluding the annual
(meeting of the NCCJ's Board of
.Trustees. On the first of the two-
'day meeting. Dr. Sterling W.
gov. MOutfilUt if nor COUMS
GOV. ROMNtl
GOV. BROWN
officially insl
Brown will b<
s \ CJ president. Former execu-
president of th i
the pri
I
Con i '''"'
n me nt ser
r> .'!. rai I
in America, i
the
- the educational efforts i
the National Conference more vi
now than ever. In these times
the courageous actions of a num-
ber of dedicated leaders in gov-
ernment service are deserving of
special recognition.
"The National Conference is at
tempting to provide this recogni-
tion in the establishment of the
Charles Evans Hughes Award, it
' is planned that this recognition be
given at the annual meeting of the
' Board of Trustees beginning this
! year."
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Stuart Rothchikl,
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When you give Seagram's
Crown Royal, you get
something nice for yourself.
You get remembered.
After all Crown Royal is the finest Canadian
the world has ever tasted. First made as
a gift for a King. Regally bottled, bagged
and boxed. Crown Royal is unforgettable.
Just like the people who give it.
Sisterhood
Temple Beth Tov
a fantasy fashion
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from House of Silver
evening jn tn< Temple.
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fJenisf fieriJ&n
Friday. November 12, 1965
Louis Merwitzer. LeonarcTrtosen and Samuel Reinhard (left to
right) look over the first tickets for the 18th annual scholarship
dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. The gala.
SlOO-a-couple function honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
is scheduled for Jan. 9 at the Deauville Hotel. Merwitzer is
president and Reinhard. vice president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, and Rosen this week accepted chairmanship of the
dinner._____________
Rosen to Chair
Hebrew Academy
Dinner Jan. 9
Leonard Rosen. South Florida
civic and business leader and
predent of Temple Menorah of
Miami Beach. Wednesday was
named general chairman of the
18th annual scholarship dinner of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy
The SlOO-a-couple event, one of
the social highlight- of the Jewish
community, will be held Jan '.> at
'h- Deauville Hotel in honor f
Mr. and Mrs ll..rr> Genet, pioneer
founders of the Helweu \... Announcement of Rosen's ac-
ceptance wes made by Louis Mer-
witzer, president of the Miami
Beach school fast approaching
the 500 mark in registration.
Israeli Exhibit at Bank
Five Points National Bank, Coral
Way at 17th Ave.. is exhibiting
works by eight leading contem-
porary Israeli artists during a
two-week showing through Nov. 20.
The paintings are on view to the
public, weekdays between 7:30
am and 7:30 p.m Philip Albury.
executive vice president, said the
paintings were loaned by Collect-
ors Gallery
'Education Day'
At Beth Torah
Next Thursday
Florida Branch of the National
Women's league. United Synago-
gue of America, will hold an
Education Day- at Beth Torah
Congregation on Thursday. Nov. 18.
Mrs. Arthur Brown, chairman,
and Mrs Homy* Kaye. vice
chairman, are vice presidents of
the Florida Branch. Mrs. Harold
Reinhard is president.
Education Day is for Sisterhood i
officers and chairmen of affiliated
(I mservative Congregation from
West Palm Beach to Miami.
"flft". Stanre/'SWfrI.',eetfr"TcAll;
Sisterhood president, is in charge '
of arrangements. Serving on her
committee are Mesdames George |
Goodman. Adrian Kaufman. Rich-
ard Sheider, Burton Young and
Ewald Ziffer.
There will be a coffee bar at 9
a.m. Registration is from 9 30 to
10 a.m. Registration fee will in-
clude lunch. A board meeting will
be held from 10-10:30 a.m., follow-
ed by workshop sessions.
Mrs. Mac Jacobson is co-ordinat-
ing the workshops. Luncheon pro-
gram will be from 1 to 3 p.m.
Mrs H. Herbert Rossman. national
chairman of Combined Campaign,
and immediate past president of
the National Women's League, will
be guest speaker.
Reservations are being taken by j
Mrs. Richard Sheider
M
V
t.
I
[
Left to riqht are Bruce Richman. education director. Mrs.
Louis Cohen, chairman of the Temple Ner TcrmidI ReUqiou.
School and Rabbi Euqene Labovitz examining the Audio
VisualRoom just added to the schools many facilities. Equip-
ment includes a film strip projector, movie projector, record
player, reading ratometer. and tape recorder.
Social Meeting Slated on Beach
Max Boderman. president of, One of the highlights of the eve-
Temple F.manu F.l. announces that n.ng will be announcement of the
the congregation's semi annual | winner of the Sisterhood-sponsored
meeting and social will be held on six week trip to Europe
Sunday evening. Nov. 28. 8 p.m. at Reservations may be made by
the Diplomat Hotel __________ calling the temple office._________
*

i; iv significant that Leonard
Rosen will be our chairman for
Hie Ltth or Chai Dinner because of
hi- a leadership
role both for the !) i rew A<
- te oi Istael each ne
ii i8tti armivgrsaries," MerwM
/IT
Rosi n, chalrmai I I board of
Gulf American Land ition.
is chairman of I d "I Di-
rectors of the Hebn v Ai demy
and was lor two j neral
chairman ol the Greater Miami
Con mittee for 51
Boi
A national leader in the Unil
Jew i -h Appeal Rosen and M -
Ros n have long played prominent
roles in Hebrew education in Bal-
timore and Greater Miami.
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt, of
Miami Beach, is national honorarj
chairman for the dinner
Members of the Dinner Com-
mittee and the Board of Director*
of the Hebrew Academy schol-
arship committee were scheduled
to meet Thursday night at the
Bay Harbor Islands home of Mr.
and Mrs. Rosen.
Rosen reported Wednesday that
Rabbi Landau
Off to Gotham
For Conference
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual lead-
er of Beth i>.> I negation has
been summoned to New York this
week to attend meetings .in j
member ol the National Executive
Committee of the Rabbinical AS
embty, m itional bod) of
"DURING THIS CAMPAIGN I HAVE BEEN FORCED TIME AFTER TIME
TO STAND UP AND FIGHT FOR MY RIGHTS .
PLEASE WATCH ME FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS AFTER ELECTION DAT."
Convening in the offi< es ol the
.'i Theological Semii
America, the Executive Commit!
wm discuss ous and
iocial iss tes
During
ij Mar
eo\ itz will lead the busit i
breakfast on Tui ij morning
Ral >i Ml n Rutchik will lead
i>..\ id iv. ular Tuesdaj eve
im, and r A
Levi will conduct the discus
se sion at the W (men's Inati
next We
more than UN tickets for the din-
ner already have been sold towards
.: ; i MO persons
"With tbi- early start, we should
easil) set an all time record for a
local philanthopic dinner in at-
tendance." Rosen asserted.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross was
to make i report on the progress
of the Miami Beach school, now
iwith a full curriculum fr< i kind-
ergarten t.hrough high school.
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* Jcnlsfi fkridton
Paqe 13-A
GET AJCOMMITTEE MEDALLION
Jberg to Talk
ward Dinner
of it-, annual meeting every spring.
This is the first meeting in I'hila-
||al Report
thur J. Goldberg
n ;it the I nited
Mrea the Ameri- ; Ambassador Goldberg's address
Bimittce on Satur- I will be in response to his accep-
20, at a dinner tance of the American Jewish Com-
hting the human j mittee's American Liberties Mc-
i annual National jdallion. Making the presentation
meeting on Nov. to him will Jacob Rlaiutein,
honorary-president of the Coai-
ueting wiU take mittee.jmd himaetf a former wt
Min Frank I III H* Ll'** the award. --- **
r sessions at the The American Liberties Medal-
ij Hotel in Phila- lion is awarded annually by the
American Jewish Committee to
the person in public life who has
made major contributions in the
field of human relation! and human
rights.
Arthur J. Goldberg. U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations, will receive the 1965 Ameri-
can Liberties Medallion of the American Jew-
ish Committee as a highlight of its National
Executive Board meeting in Philadelphia Nov.
19 to 21. Left to right are Ambassador Gold-
berg, an honorary vice president of the com-
mittee; Morris B. Abram, president; Jacob
Blaustein, honorary president, who will pre-
sent the medallion; Ralph Friedman, chair-
man of the Executive Board; and Norman
Podhoretz, editor of Commentary magazine,
the American Jewish Committee-sponsored
monthly currently marking its 20th anniver-
sary, who will be one of the featured speakers.
Federation Offers Helping Hand To Cubans Here
to Ambassador
dinner session will
by Morris B.
tnt o* the Ameri-
rnmittee. Abram,
the White House
Civil Right* b*-
17 and 18, will
ladelphia directly
^bmgton conference.
s Unmet, outgo-
,i the Federation <>f
|i Greater I'hila-
r a community
at the dinner.
p| Executive Board,
body of the
ittee, Mti
am and In-
Each f.ill it
In addition to Blaustein, previ-
ous recipients have been Judge
Leonard Hand, Herbert H. Leh-
mar. Judge Joseph M. Proskau-
r. Father John La Farge, Dean
Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard
Law School, Dr. Reinhold Nei-
buhr. Judge Thorgood Marshall,
Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson,
Secretary of State Dean Rusk,
Martin Luther King Jr., and Ir-
ving M. Engel, honorary presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa- state and
tion has extended a welcome to cently.
the Dewesl groups of Cuban re-
fugees and has offered assistance
to the newcomers with resettle-
ment problems.
The action was taken this week
in the form of a resolution by the
Federation's Executive Committee
and forwarded to the Cuban Re-
fugee Emergency Center
It came after the recent open-
door policy announced by Cuban
officials and prior to the policies
set by lite United states Govern-
ment's Department of Health. Edu-
cation and Welfare Secretary, John
W Gardner, when he met with
local officials here re-
According to Leon Kaplan, a
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, "the
organization offers its assistance
through the medium of health,
education and welfare agencies
which are part of the Federa-
tion in the adjustment and re-
settlement of such newcomers.
"The Federation." Kaplan con-
tinued, approves the recent ac-
tion taken by President Johnson in
extending asylum to Cubans to
take up residence in the United
States The reunification of fam-
ilies which will be accomplished
by this action is in consonance with
the humane traditions of our coun-
try and its policy of granting sanc-
tuary and haven to political re-
fugees "
Kaplan continued: 'More than
that. Jews are aware of the hard-
ships on strangers in a new coun-
try perhaps more than most per-
son- And Jews feel the need most
Of being at home in a strange land.
The Federation, therefore, under-
stands the problems faced by the
Cubans entering the I'nited States
and plans to assist them in every
way possible in settling down to
as normal as possible way of life."
Ralph Friedman, New York in-
lustnalist. who is chairman of the
\mencan city Executive Board <>t the American
vhich is its Jewish Committee, is presiding
and scene ifficer of the meeting
:und Driving Toward '65 Goal
:h Campaign Lags Way Behind
of the beginning of the
^cp^%
T"L V chapel
FUNERAL
. iss lift until
r United Fund
u chi 'ii meet-
the new
ii till- third report
; had reached
ercent of the
paign goal.
second report
Count} citizens had
7 percent of
urn goal for
leaders of the
campaign on Miami
red that the Beach
fcent toward the ach>
is 1W5 goal of $22*,-
way behind the
ive.
n tailed that Miami
i rsed its unusual
1st par the Heach was
p percent of its
iid that thus far
as the figure rec-
eded
week
it's not the big businesses and
banking institutions that are lag
^mg behind They seem to be do-
ing their job ..s always IK lead
r- indicated. "It's the small busi
Deasmen and residents m high rise
apartments we can't seem to get
to." they explained
William D. Singer, 19*5 camp-
aign chairman, issued a special
appeal to give to the campaign
now. Singer said that solicitation
of major business firms in tho
community is neariy complete,
and almost a million dollars must
be raised from small business
firms and dade residents.
ix^m^m^^.
-'*:.."
' v. '8T.
He stated that no gift is too small
or too insignificant.
Singer urged all volunteers to
complete solicitation assignments
before the campaign deadline Nov.
23.
Hosts for the third report lunch-
eon were Burdine's and Chase
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation.
b
THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
720
Continued from Page 4-A
vsible to try to make it easy for the Israelis to with
Iher, he said, would jeopardize the entire Western in
Middle Fast, and the nations of that region would con
|1 nited States policy toward the area was. in the last
r- trolled by Jewish influence in the I'nited States."
' suggests in his book that opinions counter to his own. such
-I by then Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson and
"tar William F. Knowland were mere 'politics
|i b.,d these men in fact reminded the President? That in
own on Israel, he would be using a double standard and
feature on one side in a two-sided dispute."
i' of course, go on and on. Mr. Eisenhower doesn't, in ret
to feel that his Middle East decisions were ill-advised.
M disastrous in their results. Time such a short
tune has since shown how wrong he was. and still is.
th<- Presidency has not in fact mellowed him after all
| twok too bitterly shows.
far as the United Jewish Appeal is concerned, they've got
lewis* name in tow now to make more glamorous b ie cause Ike did so little to advance when it counted. The
?oys will of course be calling this treason. But. by another
oned in terms of morality, calling a spade a spade makes
the IJA. Ike or American Jewry a schlemiel or a
depending upon just how charitable our pragmatic de-
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Friday. Noverr.'rer 12. 1965
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Direct Action Techniques Assert National Law
1FTER TEN years of non-violent
^* protest against oppressive laws
in some state i, Aim ica's Negroes
and hundre er Americans who share their
views are making the editorial
writer-, law -givers, preachers and
teachers think with greater Preci-
sion about the revolt.
Charles U. Black, professor of
jurisprudence at Yale Law School, has recently made
the basic point that direct action techniques (refus-
al to move to the hack of the Alabama bus. sit-ins at
i couaters, picketing to protest discriminatory
job practices are not really civil disobedience but
issertion of national law against state law. He
quite properly COntMHtl that if the power structure
oi a stale i- oppressive, civil disobedience i- not an
improper rosponso; nor is (he Federal government.
in such instances, obliged to aid in suppressing the
proteats
The son of Illinois Sen. Paul H. Douglas As-
sistant U.S. Attorney General John Douglas has
BfSO helped to clarify thinking on the issue Address-
ing the Federal Bar Association, he said there is
little justification for sit-ins which impede the work
of public officials, as for example efforts to block en-
trances and exits to offices, hallways, or garages of
public buildings." In his judgement, this goes be-
yond the right of petition and deprives society of
the benefits of work assigned to people in govern-
ment Douglas is opposed also to lie ins which block
public traffic or business. He feels that this tactic.
based on the premise that the end justifies the
means, amuses public feeling only by its nuisance
value.
But while advocating 'his common sense ap-
proach to demonstrations and protests, Douglas Is
*Topi<
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
A' Raised Among the Jews
H
OW TO combat anti-Semitism
:,e of the chiet preoccupa-
tions of Jews. Talk to .lew- tor fif-
teen minutes, anrt by that time
Topic A will come into evidence.
The analyses Ol the problem
are numerous, and the presci ip-
- lor the cure for the malady
also numberless.
It's economic in origin. It'- re
is in origin, its psychological m origin Every
explanation of the origin ol the dislike of the Jew
s champions
You dire it by tackling all social evils You cure
boldly counter-attacking the bigots. You cure
i You cure it b> overcoming the
Judaism. Kach cure has its advo-
\,. doubt everyone's right. As the rabbi told his
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Red Manipulation

ttfHEN THE
I
: : ', i > ( a rs
started in Jai
i hope that, ulti-
the UN maj still condemn anti- Bemitism.
ay recall that, at Christmas time in 1959,
ik.is were found to have desecrated the ue m
'lie. as well as that German city's monument to the
victims ol Nazism Following that discovery, a spate of
swastika daubings and scribbling of Nazi slogans started
to plague the world spreading not only throughout Ger-
many but also all oxer the rest of the world. Decent hu-
manity was shocked There were demands that something
1m- done in the lace of this new proof that anti-Semitism
had not died with Hitler.
It so happened that, at that very time, a small 14-mem-
ber United Nations group, deeply concerned with all forms
of intolerance, was holding its annual session here. This
group, the SiiIk-oimmission on Prevention of Discrimination
and. Protection of Minorities, had already studied the prob-
lem of anti-Semitism, had before it a scholarly report on
that disease prepared by Dr. Arcot Krishnaswami, the In-
dian expert in the Subcommission.
Thus, already aware of the fact that anti-Semitism was
still a clanger, the Subcom mission deckled to act. It adopt-
ed a resolution calling upon the United Nations to take
measures for the condemnation and outlawry of all forms
Ol religious and racial intolerance, naming anti-Semitism
specifically
The Subcom mission's recommendation must go to the
group's parent body, the Commission on Human Rights,
thence to the Economic and social Council, then to the
Central Assembly In the Assembly itself, such a topic
must be discussed lirst by the Social. Humanitarian and
< iMural Committee before it is passed on for final approv-
al by a plenary session of the Assembly Thus, ample op-
portunity Is given tn all members of the I'nited.Nations to
invoke a thousand and one maneuvers to stall, filibuster,
\en to kill the kind of move initiated b> that small Sub-
omniKsso.n.
Ih.*J|)ortunit\ /<<1 by the Soviet Union. The
i SsiRj*Siw in the Subcommivsion's recommendation a
Me opportunity The Kremlin, always projecting itself
be champion of action against racism, virtually telling
work) that Communism holds the monopoly on racial
tolerance, liked the idea Of a United Nations move COO-
nning all forms of racial intolerance
The Kremlin's parliamentarians here knew how to
face such a dilemma. First, they would get the United Na-
tions to sever the two aims by calling for separate interna-
tional conventions, one to condemn and outlaw racism,
the other to condemn and outlaw religious discrimination.
wife who complained when he said both disputants in
a ease were right, "You're right, too."
Any suggestion, therefore, cannot be a cure ail.
but can perhaps deal with one phase ol the intricate
problem inie suggestion fr offsetting anti-Semitism
mads in OUT town by an Italian.
The Italian with the suggestion is a monument
maker He is the second Connecticut Italian monu-
ment maker who has come to my attention for ins
sympathy to Jews, The other one is in Bridgeport.
That one was asked to make ., monument to vic-
tims ..; Nazism to be erected on a cemeterj up there.
ed, and when the members of the Unity
Club as the survivor's group is called there, asked
how much he wanted for the job, he broke into
tears and said be could take no money for so holy
a task.
Italian monument maker in my town had
just finished a statue of Christopher Columbus After
that, he began to think about Jewish heroes In
n life Someone mentioned Haym Salomon.
He wenl to a number of Jewish friends and asked
them whether they had heard Of Haym Salomon
h j vaguely, but none had much data. In-
ran to delve into the life and achieve
rning I that
-

downfall ai i I how he
I thet

; done t 1"
the
w ho ha-, e
i m the finaio
Italian friend feels that it ever) citj ol the i i
States had ii Salomon in some public
place, u would go far to disseminate data about the
Jewish role in the making ol 'his nation and would
help to neutralize anti-Semitism How eouM an
American who heard the story bigoted?
An munity council in the U. S. take steps to put up a
Salomon statue to say thanks to the patriot lor
what he did and to proclaim to all Americans the
.lewish part in guaranteeing our independence (Kir
lnend thinks that this would l>e a blow against anti-
Semitism as forceful as any program fostered by the
anti-defamation groups and others committed to pro-
tect the good name of the Jew. What do you think''
also careful to cmphasi/e the Fespot of [*"-
l.c officials and ordinary citizens confronting Buck
action He states that officials must protect the
constitutional right of people peaceably to assemble,
to speak, and to petition He says. too. that local
and state authorities have an obligation to prevent
Others from using or threatening violence upon the
demonstrators. And he calls upon the public to
study carefully the underlying causes and goal* of
demonstrations, even when annoyed.
Black. Douglas and others are saying what thou-
sands <>t well motivated citizens are thinking: lud
there been no Rosa Parker, no bus boycott, no
picketing of certain five and ten-cent stores, no or-
derly parades protesting school segregation, no i*ib-
lic demonstrations against the Klan-like vlok
In some southern sectors, Negroes would not l
gained 'he job opportunities they are now begin-
ning to find open to them, and ancient pre Ii-
ciai attitudes about the rignl to Bve where
chooses to live would Ik- frozen still harder.
But beyond the legal rightness of civil dis-
obedience now practiced in many parts of the 0 in-
try. there is the historical, moral soundness >fe
such proti sts Rabbi Henry Kagan, of Mt Veraoa,
stated this well "Religion teaches reaped
;or without law. there can be no social ord
However i i >n is not the same a- law; for r-U-
in fur justice than law.
I..,., is not always the same as Justice; and 'Ji.it
is the verj reason man-made laws do change
When responsil le people, who respect both law ind
justice, do peaceeblj lead in ci\M disobedience I
com muni t) is the better tor having in Its mMst
such n le, selfless and courageous cither*
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Keep
on SmiKng
i
Israeli officials made i
good show of puttiiH
ful face to the nev ol I
\ ice President Amer -isit >
bat it is becoming hi rd to de-
nine how much of whsl
laj lhe| really believe aiw how
much of u is just basUin
dark.
The Egyptian
lion to '
Hi
i after \
West ', ]

y
I
le until the IN 1* art il
I i
However French ties with the co in i
vei. Prance, u hu h maint i i
on- school- m cities.: kish Bmpin expanded its
cultural r the First I War French was
naturally dominant in Lebanon and Syria, tut e -n in
Egypt, which was under British rule, the educated lass
spoke French In addition to English which was the seem i
official language after Arabic.
It is obvious that there is a mutual interest between
General de Gaulle and Nasser to play up the renew il "t
ties between their respective countries For General de
Gaulle this represents a kind of "seal of approval :n the
eyes of the Arab nationalists and. hopefully, the key which
will open the doors before France into yet other areas "t
the Arab world.
4
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Spate of Books on the Popes Now
THE DECLARATION on Jews,
exonerating the Jewish people
from collective blame for the cru-
cifixion of Jesus, is already stim-
ulating the writing of books on the
attitudes Of popes at various tunes
towards the .lews Some pop -
went into history as setting forth
.. merciless policy oi the Catholic
church with regard to the Jews
while other popes are known to have protected the
- from harsh persecution. Pope Innocent III
ll8-1216>. presided at the 4th Lateran Council at
which anti-Jewish legislation of the Middle
reached its climax Later. Pope Gregoii IX
1241i. protected the Jews
Pope Innocent IV (1243-1284) condemned the Tal
mud. but I'ope Ix-o X (1513-1521) patronised Jews
and permitted printing of the Talmud. Pope Clem
ent VII (1523-1533). known as the Favorer of iv
rael," protected Mananos and patronized David
Ri ubeni and Shlomo HolchO, while Pope Paul iV
(1555 5559. known as "the Father of Catholic R
act ion'' instituted the ghetto system. Pope S:
V 11585 1590' repealed former anti Jewish pc
cution. Pope clement xiv (1769 1774 rondera
the blood libel againat Jews while Pope Plus
(1775-17B0I ikMied the infamous Fdito Bopaa 0U
Ebn
TheM ups and dowin in the attitudes si papas
continued also later -pile attMudea of individual
the late fifth to tne late 15th cent'
ird Jews is now pi ,n | book "T
and the In the Middle Agec by Fr Bdv
A. Byuaa published thu. week by taaimiiMsn
BOOM is obviousb; written in anticipation that
piomiiigation ol the Vatican's declaration on Ji
will prmoke discussions between Jews and Catho-
lics an the role which the Catholic Church pi.
in the pasl in stimulating hatred toward the Js
especially during the Middle Ages.
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12. 1965
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Jewish Agency Eyes U.S. Section
L llth grade student at the Hebrew Academy
hj qirls. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
SW 19th Ter. receives the Executive Club of
i'outh of the Month" award. Presented monthly
9 Club, the award is made to the student select-
:culty as "outstanding in citizenship and
.inq the presentation is Dr. Jerome Berke,
Youth ot the Month" committee for the club.
Robin's parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold Zelko-
:mander Urges U. S.
e Nazi Party Activity
Ifrom Page 1-A
tempt to ex-
-j<, virus infect-
He said that
records "might
.on between
l an, as well
. advocating
, nil
his

said Com-
the Com-
Nai sm
i
pense, t" tarnish the \
Image -* >;- i An inquir>' might
brinf ng facts to I
Comman ler Waldor pointed out
that the Sazu have gone "even
. rthei th n the Ku K!';\ Klan or
or l-!' to inl
with ."- of Con-
ted '"t hi d in-
ces ": carefully-planned pro-
cations Vans in the I nited
Stati i Bimed at
dism of <
tj for the Nazi
expense of on
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The .iu V i ler Mid it was ap-
i., look carefully into
\,./i .f, .. ities leal one mei
X unchecked hile
,,i, i Klan, i> d. iven to
er."
Are Happy lo Endorse
IN CHRISTIE
FOR THE
ii CITY COMMISSION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th
JERUSALEM (JTA The
plenary session ol the Jewish
\gencj executive, meeting here
tor th.' second day, decided Mon-
day "in principle" on the reor-
ganization of the American Section
in the Jewish Agency executive to
include representatives of Jewish
welfare funds and other non-Zion-
ist organizations in the Cnited
States.
At Monda) 's session uf the exe-
cutive the question of Jewish im-
migration 1') Nrael from Western
countries was widely discussed. It
v as reporte I that about 5.000 im-
migrants from Western countries
came to Israel during the first nine
months ol this year, compared
nil a total .f .VtiOO in all of 1964.
However, the rise w is onsidered
insufficient, It was emphasized by
speakers that the Cnited s<.
alone should provide at least S *<
immigrants annually.
Synagogue
Vandalized
Third Time
BRIDGEPORT (JTA) An
:.;: to desecrate the syn
gue lion Bikur Cholim
here was made this week for the
I time in tl ks l o
home made irj h 0 m b -
were tossed into the sanctuary,
. ed.
Citj
were con
th the .. ic mani-
ion lo the tl
cholim. the
~\ n.. i i srael hen
i to have had a swastika
painted on one alls, and
ik.i- were painted on the
walls of two homes nearbj
Mayor Samuel Tedesto den-
ounced the attacks, declaring
them "deporable crimes which
the entire community abhors."
Nathan Skolnick, executive di-
rector of the United Jewish
Council, announced that the
Council will hold a special meet-
ing to determine what immediate
and long-range steps may be
taken.
Vandals meanwhile broke into
Rodphey Sholem Synagogue in
rlolyoke Mass this w< ek. scrawl
ed black swastikas on the walls
Bnd s fire to part of the building.
; the fla
in a cl sel off the I' bbj bi
o ild spn
. |
vening s
r ill

.. Fire Chiel ''
j l that t
on did nol appeal lo bi
lie work of children.
POP" AND "MOM" SPECTOR
JULIE AND RUTH SPECTOR
MR. AND MRS. MURRAY G. COHEN
SIMON AND PHYLLIS SIMKOVIC
HENRY AND ETHEL GREENBAUM
MR AND MRS. ALFRED ARONOVITZ
LEO ACKERMAN
MORRIS RABINOWITZ
MR AND MRS. EDWARD S SOULE
ROSE AND AL GORDON
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN NEWMAN
MR AND MRS. FRED AUGUST
MR. AND MRS. LEON LEVITT
MR AND MRS. GEORGE BURNEY
The executive also heard a re-
port on the activities of four sub-
committees studying the reor-
ganization of the Zionist organi-
zations in various countries. The
subcommittees will complete
their work and make their recom-
mendations next year. Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, president of the
Jewish Agency, addressed the
plenary session on the current
status of world Jewry.
The executive also discussed to-
day the agenda for the weeklong
Zionist Actions Committee conven-
111.: here January n to elect a new
Jewish Agency executive. The Ac-
tions Committee will hear Premier
Levi Eshkol's report on Israel. Dr.
Goldmann's report on the status
ol the Zionist movement, and a
rl by A L. Pincus, chairman
ol the executive and Jewish A
cy treasurer, on the 1966-67 budget.
It is understood that the mem-
bers of the executive expect the
forthcoming Actions Committee
ting to he devoted Largely to a
counter-offensive against the at-
cks on Zionism made b) Arabs
and the So\ iei Union.
the Service to People"' program
under win. ii 160 young person
already in Israel, having come
from abroad for a year's study.
About 600 submitted applications.
The executive today a] proved
the > lishmenl of three bo
ing schools attached to high
schools for students from aboard.
The project will be coordinated
-. ith education n tries abroad
assure ret >. nition <>f the studies
. [j:... I A!- discusse I toda\
Beth Torah Has
Officers' Naming
Newest member of the Beth
Torah CSY family. B'nai Sharon
seventh graders, held its installa-
tion service brunch on Sunday
Services were conducted in the
chapel by Larry Burrow- and Ste-
ven Telisman, rabbi and cantor.
Followini services, the group
was served brunch in the i SY.
Room. Alexander Andron, faculty
member of Beth Torah Keli-
school, addressed 'he group
Joseph Golden, youth vice presi
dint, installed the follow if.- ..s
: officers
Alan Lipzin, president; Mark
Shusterman, executive vice pi
dent; Steven Telisman, program
vice pr< sident; Mind) Hei re-
ligious vice president; Rose Edith
Berson, corresponding secretary;
Susan ii": In an, recording secret-
: urash treasurer.
Brunch was sponson d bj Mr.
and Mrs Hj i an L in I
of their -on. Alan, who was
ti r presidei I Miss
Doreen W< tz is advisor
c.haptei Marshall B I
tivities
IM I'.
JVS Director
Wins Honors
I)r Michael Goodman, executive
director of Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice, was recently Installed as
president of the Florida Rehabili-
tation Association at its annual
conference in Orlando.
According to Mrs Charles P.
Feinberg. president of JVS. Dr
Goodman was also appointed a
member of the Governor's Com-
mittee on the Employment of the
Handicapped as executive advisor
by Gov. Ilaydon Burns.
In still a third honor. Goodman I
was appointed by the National As-
sociation of Sheltered Workshops
and Homebound Programs to meet
with representatives of the Social
Security Administration to develop
programs for disabled persons
who apply for disability benefits
to Ih" evaluated through rehabil
itation workshop facilities
Announcement of this appoint
menl was made bj Antonio Sumo,
xecutive director ot the organize
lion m Washington, D.C
Dr Goodman lives with his
wife and two children at 70 Morn
Ic Dr., Coral Gables
COMMISSIONER SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
Urges The Re-Election of
MIAMI MAYOR
ROBERT KING HIGH
DEAR FRIEND:
Durinq Ihe past three years, I have been h
as Vice Mayor for one' term and City Commissioner of
City of Miami.
Daring this time, I have had ample opportunity to observe
the manner in which Robert King High has condu
office of Mayor of the City of M tis comp.
d'.votion to the interest and welfare c: he.
In mv judgment, he has exemt
: ;: id devotion to the of lice I
;o run tor the Mayorship of '
1 ,. ... the qu
Kin :
which he has made and I personally believe that I
tinned service in office is in the best interest o:
of Miami. His leadership in matters ol the welfare o:
public i well established.
I. therefore, intend to vote for Robert King High for re-
election as Mayor of Miami and recommend your consid-
eration of his candidacy.
Cordially,
SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
Re-Elect
MAYOR
ROBERT KING HIGH
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
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Miami, Florida, Friday, November 12, 1965
Sectior.
NEW ISRAELI SHOP HERE... PAGI 24
h, collection makes
.,- Burdine's in
I -. opening of
I shop on No>
will Introduce
Florida leather
itel which
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ons, this
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Grand
in Paris
against
Balenciaga
golden ac-
cate cuts to prove his theory
that any design which can he ex-
ecuted in fabric il e<|iially or
more effective in leather
His MM) -iirmu It" s 31 < \ aried
They are straight skirted under
inch ji c! 'i
Stud" itawa; but a e
often eaSV-Sll
shapes, pleats and mull
Coats are slim in 11 eft i prin-
cess, trenchcoal and i esti 11
styling
M
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utilizing
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leather buttoi
adds distinctioi M lot ..'
mn stitcl labs,
martingales
While black
number '
the color range
fores)
Office art
iv. 1 on i
<|..th. ~ an made in M
nnk. Israel, where, unlike mass
produi 11 Ameru an lot n
garment from start lo fin -.1 is
produced by a sit *< :
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
. the Beged-Or coll-
., lured ct Burdine's in connection with
the opening of the new Buidine's Israeli Shop
saucy three-piece swim out:
. ot Hi, checked in two shades ol
on a white background. The cover-up hai
, s at the hemline, repeating Ihe
design of the bnel bikini. By Gottex of Israel,
be sset- Center is a three-piece wool knit
il tiimlv designed in navy and white.
Sleeveless' puilovei is in a ribbed white wool.
Crisp white touches repeat on the collar, cu::;
and pocki I labs. By Galha of Israel, S95. [n
background is a cotton bat'k mace in Israel .r.
an interesting design in yellow oranqe ens
black at S30. Right is a bla.
I eli v designed by Leslie Fulc
beaed-Cr. who won the 1965 "Grand P:
la Boutique" in Paris. Sterling silver pins, wo.t.
a! the neckline, are set with semi pre.
gems from the Mines ot King Solomon 5iS
each. Double-breasted suit is S145.
randchil-
I:. nd< hildren of
joined to
i\ party.
thai no one
1 : DUgtl to
;, iiiov I'd the
! en pie Beth
In- ludr I in II "
circle are six
I lay Herman.
mves chil-
I'iht.-t
husl ..-"I and
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pears in the currenl issue 1 I The
Lyric well known poetrj period-
ical circulated intt rnatioi
lit Nebo isles exec Bernie
Youn n a 'our of Mexico, finding
the tiful and th<
pie most hospitable

Quite uni iu< *" ''
lion :
Pont for daughter Lyn Judy's
Bas Mittvah slated for Saturdaj
In
the evi e takoi
for a boal le recei
SS !...... boat
er S of lh< 1 itj acht Basin .
Rabl Mrs 1 H
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Judj have movi :1,'u
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mi..- ecorators an sat
th the Continued on P*g 12-B
MRS. GLASSER TO CHAIR DINNER HERE AGAIN
Bess Reviews Equal Opportunity


i the many fashionable chapeaux worn at Variety
ren's Hospital Women's Committee hat luncheon on
- 1 at the Carillon Hotel were these on (left to right Mr*.
L v Meh ,ker. president, Mrs. Sailing Baruch, and Mrs. Je-
ie Rado. luncheon chairman.
Mn Louis Glasser has been
,1 era! chairman of the
1 iban League din
- .. : highlights Equal Opporl
,, ,, -. |< brated here
th. Evi rglades
, intment.
. Glasser declared thai
efl ,rts | '
it Vets
. 1 It takes
: ill equal-
lj ., meaningful
.. i, ., 1 vice presi li 1 I
n I e " ,s Board ol Directors
,,, six >-ears ago she
,.. ,. an Equal Op
U Day interracial du
-- to toe
activities nd
, ,ter eommumt) a
. ,,, n, work in the Held of
job-training.
; Sing, health and wel-
,,,.,. she has headed the annual
event since its inception.
Fifteen years ago Mrs Glasser
was selected "Tops in Our Town
In ., count) ile contest to honoi
,he most outstanding Jewish wom-
an |n 1955, H'nai B'nth named her
Outstanding Woman of the Yeai
She i- the recipient of the Woman
ot Val r *ward from the State of
Israel 1- included in the latest
' Israel Honorium. and
I, listed in "Who's Who In World
Jewry
The Miami News selected her
% a mi a local women s
Russia in 1881 O01
ns appointed her a
to the While House Con
,. -. E location Su lias
MRS. lOUiS CLASSfK
headed numerous drives for United
Fund, Combined Jewish \;
Bonds
gj r 1 ... dinners were no1 if
mon occurrence in Miami hi I
Six velrs ago." recalls Mr- Gl is-
it look a lot 1 work to 1
Is Yet last yeai
hed over 600 in
our ickj seventh'
few yi rs
.. ,, ,
proai attend the Urban 1
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will 1 *ent 1
x for their 0 itsl
m- efforts toward achieving equal
ort initj for th< Si
Miami s sci in-
Women's League for Israel
Plans Party and Luncheon
Mm mi Beach Chapter, Women's
League for Israel, is holding 1
luncheon card party on Thursday
noon. Nov 18, -it Forte Towers
ah proceeds wul be channeled
to maintaining and training blind
(jiria i" the Women's League for
Israel Natanya Home. tWO do: mi
torics for girts -i cafeteria and a
student center at the Hebrew Uni-
\ ot Jerusalem.
In addition, the League
tains two home for girls in 11
one in Tel Aviv and one in ,1-r
n in the 38 years sit ce il
organized, the League has taken
care i I over 50.000 homeless
arriving in Israel from all con
of tin globe
Reservations for the part) may
b, I< wit', Mrs Rose Hochstim,
chairman of the day, Mrs, I
Richman, and Miss I
, airman
v :-.!(>;, i is president if
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Burcline's to Open Israeli Shop Her]
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As Part of Festival
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mod* in tba L 3 and j .*? t^ Tb a*aorci w-^. oe fry^aiq art am rroc: ar%: oc mx-
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"W&M >ft a aatn.
Laa iataad m m* xh*
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'- fiamaaiiii Pi fa>i
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t* ?ean to the beeaaw r A <* ""pt ta!
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shalom .
BURDINES SALUTES THE CULTURE AND ECONOMY OF THE STATE OF
ISRAEL AND INVITES YOU TO THE GALA OPENING OF A FASCINATING
NEW SHOP. THE ^'^
Here in a shop of its own, on the street floor, Burdme's downtown Miami, we've created a modern
market-place filled with imports from Israel, As you pass through the stone archway, you
are in .he Land of the Bible! The decor, the wrought ,ron fixtures, all help to sustain th.s mood
Displayed before you, are outstanding accessor.es, arts, crafts, fashions mostly one-of-a-k,nd
proudly reflecting the contemporary vigor of this young country' To seekers of the un.que to
adm.rers of .Equities, to fashion leaders we b.d you welcc- -he best Israel, tradition,
Shalom!
Meet our Israeli hostess, Atara
Rhonell rVom Israel, who'll be in the
shop all week to talk about the mer-
chandise1
See Hall of Exhibits, 6th floor
Collection of Israeli paintings
from Murray S. Greenfield Gal-
lery of Tel Aviv and New York
Ceremonial robes, ancient jewel-
ry and ritual pieces from Israel
Museum in Jerusalem.
Ancient maps, coins, medals,
stamps, oil lamps, costumes!
Watch the bagel-maker in The
Kitchen fifth floor Monday from I to
3! Tuesday in The Kitchen from 1 to
3, chef Ervin Lissau from Beau Rivage
will make gefilte fish!
AL.
WIN 16 DAY AIL EXPENSE TRIP TO
ISRAEL VIA EL AL AIRLINE
Everything included for two! Fly El Al
Airline, stay at Hilton hotels, sight-
seeing arranged by International
Tours. Get your entry blank at travel
department second floor.
We acknowledge wth jincere thank., and mv.te vou 10
ee The AA.ami-Urae* F.,endh.p Plaque, presented by
the Greater Miam, State of lrel Bondi Organization
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Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter Planning
Membership Meetings on Monday
la* Ha'W- Grawf
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DUBL CARBONATED
for extra lightness ^
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Nothing goes with
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Because Tetl*jr is bright and
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BULK. BAGS ANO
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What will your husband
say about our handsome
new jar and can?
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t4Great coffee, Honey/'
I le*U probably never notice
Yubun'fl bright new look.
But that's a man for you.
All he thinks about is flavor.
A happy coincidence:
Yuban takes the world's finest coffees,
adds rare aged Colombian coffees
and blends them
with no thought but flavor.
Every sip a simcha!
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Members I Alpha Omega Ladies' Auxiliary.
Grecter Miami Chapter, national dental soc-
iety, modeled fashions from Young Sophisti-
cates rl up's recent membership lunch-
eon. Fro:.! : w leh to right) are Mrs. Paul Rich-
men. Mrs Peter Rubelman. Second row are
IRT Sabbath
\\ Beth David
ing celebrated
I \ merican
I les
i Frida)
'II
Mrs. Bertram Goodhart, Mrs. Arthur Sitrin,
Mrs. Edwin Birns, Mrs. George Graham, com-
mentator, Mrs. Charles Aleruer. hostess. Third
row are Mrs. Albert Rosenthal, Mrs. Morton
Rosenbluth. president, and Mrs. Howard
Rosen.
Kadimah Chapter
Plans Luncheon
Next Thursday
M:- Fri er, president ol
Kadimah I I A Pioneer Wom-
en, i- opening her home on Thurs
day, Nn\ ih. for a luncheon and
I party, 12 30 p.m., at 2:211 s\v
2nd Ave
Proceeds arc earmarked for
Greater Miami Council's Child
Rescue Fund in Israel, which pru-
\ ides over 50 percent of needed so-
cial services for children and
works through Moctzet-Hapoalot,
Pioneer Women's sister organiza
tion there.
Moetzet Hapoalot is providing
for over 1.000 instalhUlons, among
'.hem. agrnulniral an,i vocational
high schools, clubs for teaching
new immigrants, as well as Arab
women, and day care and perma-
nent care from infancy through re-
tirement.
Serving on Mrs Sandler's com
mittee are Dr. Celia Dickman,
Mesdames Elsa KreuUcr. Fanny
Strauss, Rose Brody. Bather Kal-
man. Hyman Selcer and Ben Lip-
shitz.
On Thursday at 8 p.m.. the Ex-
ecutive Board of Kadimah will
meet at the home of Mrs Samuel
''olliii'MT 2238 SW 21st Ter.
Fred* Allen Show Sunday
0*8 heyday of coined
turns (or a full hour Sundaj
ning when WIOD presents
NBC special Anniversary b
Broadcast, beginning at 7 p.m..
consist ol excerpts from the -
radio programs of Fred Allei
eluding segments from the
m;il programs broadcast in
thirties and forties.
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ere aiere taught ir. tbe r.et back
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neaaed a- pirates aeted the..- para
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THEY WERE MARRIED
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Dr Irvuz Lebnaar. and Rabb. Aetred Kaxnaar
1st Lehman ha* known the grooir. lor a Ian;
Ume and Rabbi Wauaa' &a- known in* bne>
for a tone urne. ao the aareaauay w- eowbl>
toncaanz and tnaanreoat\t
Just a lew of Ibe aaan.T gweata inciuded B^
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member 12. 1965
* Iw/*# fi, rlfltri
Page 7-B
South Florida Region Set to Honor
Israel's ORT Director Next Wednesday
More than 2, era of the moved to Ihe Dachau Concentra-
Southeastern Florida Region of tion Camp
i lleiski bareh esi aped w itli his
taste- Florida Region of Women's American ORT was
UrtKioient oi two awards at the 18th biennial convention
i Pa., last week. Presenting Ihe plague for being
. .- fup recruitment for 1964-65 is national vice
-'-' li Mrs lack Eisenberg (left), to Mrs. Louise Baron, im-
; iesident (center), and Mrs. Florence Kup-
region president (light). The second award was for
r '"''.. men! in 1964-65.
W'oaMn'i American ORT will \\el-
, i me Jacob < tleiski director oi
ORT in Israel, at the Deauville Ilo-
lel <>n We Inesday, 8 30 p m
oieiski was bom in Lithuania in
'i He attended the University
ii Halle '-.ill*' in Germany, and
received a diploma as agronomist
:i 1927 in 1804, he started ,i par
el course in chemistry and com-
pleted studies, graduating in I
In i'.oo. he undertook the direc-
tion of -ill ORT activities in l.ith-
\.nu At the same time, he was
iliiector of the vocational hiyh
-ihooi of Kovno, which received
the Government title of "ORT Pub-
lic Vocational High School No. ."'
In 1911. Olciski founded the ORT
School in the Kovno Ghetto, where
i hildren were given vocational
training ~o that they could remain
in the ghetto and .not be sent out
in labor gangs In June. 19-M, the
ehetto was liquidated, and he was
and the Joseph S. Shapiro Cento
Under construction now i> the
John F Kennedy Apprentice
i enter which will be completed in
September, 1986
An evening of entertainment ia
beii, d and refreshn i
v ill be served Mi Louis Baron is
I hainnan
life and moved to Landsberi
ion. where he Started V0 :
tional courses for displaced per-
sons in the camp in Landsberg. His
was the first voice to be raised in
a i all (or work, self-help, ihe re-
newal of spirit through the use of
hands, and the mind turned to
constructive work
Since 1960, Mr Oleiski has di-
rected ORT activities in Israel, and
coda) he is director of the largest
network of vocational training
schools run by a non governmental
agency. Under his direction in Is-
rael, a multi-million dollar i>ro-
grtiBB oi education has received the
impetus to continue building facili-
ties and tripling the enrollment of
students within the next lew years
The most recent ORT schools
built in Israel, geared to train un-
skilled and deprived teenagers,
.ire the Jeanette Orleans Gayle
Hadassah Awards
To be Presented
Miami Chapter ol Ha laasah an-
nounces the premier Myrtle Wreath
Achievement Awards evenl will
be held at 8 p m Mondaj. N
29, at .'!. Playhouse of the Miami
Springs Villas
Myrtle Wreath Citations of
Honor will Im- presented to out
standing community personalities
ior "distinguished contribution to
society." Paid-up Hadassah mem-
and their husbands are in-
vited to attend.
Musical interlude will be offered
by violinist, Dr. Mischa I'oznanski.
professor ol music at the Miami
Dade Junior College, accompanied
by Miss Selaine Benain
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Ralph W Hankin
honuka Institute
tEmanu-EI
\ nation of
,li sponsor
the c
I \ n 1!'. 1" 80
Mis Ha
1 annoui
I the PTA
which fea
on the
will be pre

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i y.\ i Adlei
ack Uirn-
Is and games;
n, chairman oi
inuka decora
-
with Mrs
Mesdamea Don-
Birnbaum, Her
\ Grum-
miI F Hart
Nathan Rose
\ H .tern Marvin a
S Shapiro, Leon-
Celebrity Series
tt T Sunday
he diret tion
"Ik-ii the
Series for cbil-
ii ir pan
, al the y.m
-.'- 8th St.
present Swan
ballet Thorn-
n onstrate and
steps prior to
.h is sponsored
monthly per-
;
committee are
* Cannon, chair-
B ickman, Morton
Kornblum, Arthur
imin Gindy, Robert
Marshall, Sol \a-
Olster Alvin i;
I uis Wechsler, and
1 ki
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GOOD THINGS IN LIFE
Bagels...aiid Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own. a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT OF REGULAR
Good to the Last Drop!
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Friday. Noverr.
ber 12 ^|
Academy PTA
Planning Opera
Feature Sunday
Junior Auxiliary Bozaor
Chairman
nounct-s thai
ar under
Jun
v.
.
1
onthly ser of con Home for
'. by the Miami -.,.:-. I
IDd Artj League and Bay .:
i.reater Miami Meb- [alanda F*n
nil be held Sundaj Aimliao
> pn auditorium of the
, school. 3400 Pine
I)r
Announcement of the program
n limed both at children and
wai :^ade jointly by Rabbi
.ii'k-r s Grose, Hebrew Act-
principal and Louis Siegel.
. jf the Mu-i( and Arts
The initial concert will be a
two-hour presentation on opera
terda) -nd today entitled
What :- Opera?!'
It will feature a> artists Eliia-
no; Natasha
KimmeL oool I ph fapa.
r. Raymond Garcia, baritone.
| i>r Paul Caonka, pianist and pating
Murray Solomon
JWY Maps Oneq
Murray Soloi
War Veterans
ar> : I
bat at Ten.pl. Bet ^
Ol Veterans I)-;. iv '
Memorial sen -^ '
ducted by Rabbi 1. \taa jJi
mer deput;. al
JWV. of the V
put*
with
local po.-t and
t : -rung the prograrr. for Tmple Emanu-El Sis- tel. Highlight of the afternoon will be a pro
* ood Thanksgiving Tea are members of the gram entitled "Girl Talk." featuring Jaciae
:-::aram Committee: Seated 'left to right' are Pierce and Molly Turner, television personal-
V.i. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Jacob Katzmcn. ities; Mrs. A. A. Hoyden, principal of the Bay
-.-.gram vice president. Mrs. Herbert S. Sha- Harbor Elementary School; and Hilary Mm-
':.:o. Sisterhood president. Standing are Mrs. lin. columnist and book reviewer. Theme of
KcTOtd Levey, Mrs. Max Dinisman. Mrs. Ben the program is "Woman's Role Outside the
a Ginsburg, Mrs. Reuben Levin. Mrs. Paul Home." Reservations are being accepted at
rc'.kjk. Mrs. Charles Simon. The tea will be the Temple office.
held on Wednesday, 1 p.m. at the Seville Ho- ________________________________________
e| will offer the com-
' irj
Ir < tonka, associate conductor
cborua master of the Opera
Guild l Great** Miami, has in-
cluded selections from "Carmen."
'Marriage of Figaro," "Li Bo-
beme" and Rieoletto" in the in-
augural program.
Pr< -idem of
Mrs Simon S tl
mander is How,
Women to Hear
About Charm
B"nai B'rith W
(iables will present ,, nrogran a
titled To Keep B
en i> Young and !'.
Are." at a regular n .nc Tm**.
Roosevelt to be Speaker at Brandeis
Fall Luncheon Meeting Here Nov. 19
will present
Anno Miller Circle
Anna Miller Circle of Beach
Elks Lodge is holding a card party
OB Tuesday. 7:30 p.m in the Elks
Building. 720 West Ave PTOCIiadi
Mayor of the games party go to the crip-
pled children at the Harry Anna
tor of Miami Beach Elliott chairman.
1- -vi-lt will be guest speaker at Roosevelt
all luncheon meeting of the \jrs Arthur Jurkowitz. president. Home in Cmatilla. Ela
i Beach Chapter. Brandeis Wl|| honor Mr and Mrs Herman
I eraity National Women's Com- ix-cks. Miami residents, for their
i en Priday noon. No* W donation of the Herman and Rose
Sisterhood Lunch Scheduled
%
Hotel
it Rirhelieu Room of the Deau
!: it 'It. a graduate of
School, Princeton and Co-
i ,i| I'm-.' li the author
-.- He Saw 11 an aceoum ol
i t 3i| TTiree conference* from the
nai lettera of his father,
1 luin Delano Rot levelt,
topic of discussion for the
0 n will !)< centered on the
cl m aaaociation >f hit mother,
i ,,,r Roosevelt, with BrandeU
I rit> as the university*! Oral
,( Dcemenl speaker, a- a mem
1 the r. ard of Truateea, and
nber of the faculty.
lien Zion Ginsburg prouram
Leeks Chemistry Building, to be
dedicated Ihia month at tne univer-
sity as part of a multi million dol-
lar acience enclave
In charge of reservations is Mrs
Morton Schwartz, "*4<> Cariyle Ave
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring a luncheon in the So-
cial Hall on Thursday Nov 18. at
! 1 30 am (aoatesses are Mrs Sa-
die Saul. Mrs Lily lister and Mr-
S'i"ila Weinstock
Women's League
Oneq Shabbat
Mrs Harold Reinhard. president day. 8 30 pm. at I
Of the Florida Branch of National >tion on the I n
Women's League. United Synago- camPus
gue of America: and Mrs Murray Gail Caiaon,
Kave. vice president, aril] leave charin school mi
Miami on Friday for St. Peters- a ** P"?rson
burg, where they will participate
in the Oneg Shabbat at B'nai B'rith
Israel Congregation.
On Monday morning, there will
be a brunch given by the Sister- ~
hood of B'nai B'rith Israel and at- fur FoSNIOn Show
tended by members of Emanuel
-lNterhood. Lakeland, and Rodoph
Sholem Sisterhood. Tampa.
Mrs Reinhard will speak on
combined Campaign" The trip luncheon at the Di
will culminate in Miami, where on Tuesday no->t
,t.-s will participate in the ion show of fun by I
Education Day program on Thurs- Surfside In ehargi
'a>. Nov 18. being held at Beth are Mrs Arnold V
Torah Congregation William Bresaler
at Dade County
will discuss the dress
speech, make-up age y
the club woman of
Mr- George I-' presKkw
Junior Auxiliary
Home for the Age
MAron aooswu
New Members
To Be Greeted
.er 100 new members affili
. with Beth Torah Congrega
i this year will be welcomed
Rabbi Max Upacbitx, otOcera,
etors and the Membership
Committee, under the chairman-
of Irving Newman, on Sun-
night In the I'SY Room of the
.ol Building,
I addition Of these families
110 children in school In
otal close t<> son famili
New unsalted
Mazola Margarine
now certified
Kosher and Parve.


Mazola
A\
Margarine
This means >ou can list- Sweet Uncalled
Mazola with either mile hij or fleishi}* dishes.
I here are 4 more important reasons wh> >ou
should buy new L'nsalted Mazola Margarine.
1. It contains I 10 the scxlium of other tweet
unsalted margarines
2. It s the only sweet margarine that conlains
pure liquid MaZOb) C orn Oil
3. It's the only unsalted margarine that won't
burn al normal trying temperalurc
4. Youll find both unsalted and regular.
lightly-salted Mazola Margarine in your
grocer* dairy case.
____^ tor tne "^^'v rmd the new round" or<* ~-


Fnd<'V
'V...... >- I2> 1965
+Jelst! Fhrkfter
Page 9-B
gcr JttitzvvU
I)

Mr and
I] SW 4th
ah '' lt,|l
luring Fri-
Mm 12 The
,. ; shabbal
. lenandoah
int'a hob-
leading, piano-
>inging and
Konolf '
...
ord in :
-
- '
ning
Mi '
Am

i a
lyn Pont
. ,. certificate*
II rev and haa
ittendanec rec-
;.,- and Sunday
A Q| honor her with
.ptj m aboard the
warti. Mil I it Ge
Iver
Ai oold I at i re-
ception and dinner I hold Sun-
day, Not 14, at the l> >ral Coun-
trj Club

Sttven Pollack
on Saturday morning, Nov 13,
IV sun ot Mr and Mrs Mor
.-.. Pollai k, trill beco ne Bar MlU
. Bh al the Israe nter.
Steven is i st ident .it the Religi-
us -, hi i | is in the seventh
le al andoah J inior High
l it- m ill !>' bonori d al the Kiddush
following services and also at a
dinni: at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel on Sal et ening
Steven is the gran Is in <>f Max
01* It/.

Deborah Golden
Deborah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Golden, of 84<> \E
172nd Ter No Miami Beach, will
become Bas Mitzvah on Friday
vening, Nov 12, at Beth Torah
on jegation.
Deborah is an eighth grade stu-
lent at John P. Kennedy Junior
High S.hool.
Sitvtn Pollack
Jay Simon
!|fj
Leon Holt.
Arnold Silver
Fred Cole
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris David Congregation
Simon. North Miami. orning, Nov. 13.
Saturday and ha- a special interest in
erinarian work
The celebrant will be presented A reception "ill be held at the
Fred Con' with a enpv ol the Pentateuch as a Deauville Hotel, where his grand-
Fred lav so,, of Mr and Mrs iifl from Sisterhood parents, Mr and Mrs. Morrta
St ? h "w sw ISi I* Fred is j seventh grade.student Brodsky and Mr Joseph Coheo. ,
will become Bar Mitevah at Beth it Shenandoah Junior High School. Chicago. 111., will be present____
Saturday eve-
i member of the
rdon and Pont.
:nald Rosenrhal
R ,. Mthal will ob-
trvah on Saturda)
ll Temple Beth
,,,| Mrs Seymour
.. -A 84th PL. the
student at South
r lli-'h
;.iner on Sunday
Meiers Hotel will
Mittvah
i Leon Holti
Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
jcabo Holt/., will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Adath Yeshurun on
Saturday, Nov 13.
In the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High, Leon is a
member of the Symphony Band
and plays the clarinet His favorite
iporl is ba-eball. and he received
ihe best athletic award in sum-
mer camp. He is in the 1966 gradu-
Iting class of the Hebrew School,
where he i- an honor student.
Following services, Mr. and
Mrs Hofa will give a reception
in honor of their SOD
I
I N
No i:

.
:mard Oorson
t| V, and Mi's
i| 17420 ME 7th
Beach, "ill become
on Saturda) morning,
Torah Congrefa-
.!i eighth grade itu-
i Kennedy Junior
.'. trumpet in
a,,I be held at
the Fontaine-
Arnold Silver
-.-r\ ices. Nov.
ill include the
old Allen SU-
: I.-nt at John
the cele-
Mr and Mrs
'tli Ter .
. Isidor Sch-
Jay Simon
Jay, son of Mr and Mrs. Burt
Simon, of 1270 NE Blat St.. No.
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
\ \ 13, at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion
j.i\ is an eighth grade student
.it Jchfl F Kennedy Junior High
>t h.Hil

Joy Simon
Saturda) morning service*, No%
13, at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah cele
I,ration of Ja) Allen Simon.
jay is an eighth grade student
at Ninth Miami Junior High, and
his outside interests are com and
stamp i olh ctii ai I bowling.
Mr and Mrs Bertram Simon
will hold .i I" honor of
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their ho ne al 1270 NE 151st St
c, lebrant gi andparents are
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Lyric soprano Kay Daphne and
Paul Shelley, pianist, will present
the first recital of the 198546 con-
cert series of the Surfside Music
lety at 8:!!0 p.m.. Monday, in the
Surfside Community Center. Surf-
side Councilman Louis Iloberman,
Music Society president, will act
as master of ceremonies
An innovation, music apprecia-
tion lectures, will be introduced by
Virginia I'rban. director of the
Studio of Musical Arts of Coral
Gables, with portraits of great
composers, past and present. MiSS
Urban, pianist teacher, will mod-
erate the series She was formerly
on the faculty of the Hart College
of Music, of Hartford. Conn.
Kay Daphne, presented last
month in recital at the North
Miami Beach Auditorium, was the
1961-62 winner of the Miami Musk
Club's "Young Artists Concert
Award.' She has sun- leading
roles m The Mikado. Pirates H
Penzance, West Side story Gigt,
and Gilbert and Sullivan.
Paul Shelley, pianist, is well-
known on Broadway as an ar-
ranger. He worked for five yearn
at the Copacabana Club in New
York, where he specialized in ar-
rangements for Marguerita Piazza,
Maurice Chevalier, and Connie
Francis
fight for Sight diopter
Fight for Sight of Greater Miami,
Rhoda M. Levine Chapter regular
luncheon meeting was held Tues-
day at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Wc ought to
fire that .
photographer!
We always show the He.nz Vegetarian Beans can from the
front with the official seal of endorsement of the
Un 1 of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Amenca
clear v vis.ble In the lower r.ght hand corner of the
labe D ectly at the s.de of the keystone. And now along
rnmes this artistic genius who leaves the O out of
he p,c u e He says that everybody knows that He.nz
Vegetarian Beans are Strictly vegetarian and strictly
kofher 'Why gild the lily'" he says. We II tell you why Mr.
Genius' Because, if you do the same thing aga.n. you II
be looking for a new client. That's why!
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
[da (Mrs. Edward <;.' Lear always wanted to be >
nur-e. Inn she Wenl to Brooklyn Training School and be-
came a teaofeer Instead. Then she did the nexl besl thing
to becoming ;i nurse. She married a doctor. He did the
courting while in? was in medical school. Siren* would ring,
an ambulance would drive up to the school where [da was
teaching, and an emergenej call would xo out for Hiss Ida
Rubin her boyfriend had come to call Throughout the
years, health and knowledge have been her motto With
them, she has walked hand in-hand.
The Lears came to Miami Beach in 1932. when the
doctor became ill Being a teacher, as well as a mother.
Ida started to tutor a small group of children out ol doors.
The romance and beauty ol the blue skies and lush folia :e
appealed to her It was the era of the outdoor school a
decided change from teaching in a brownstone building up
north. Thus, the Lear School was started
Ida BS head of Ml school, was and is loved by her stu-
dents who are now of the second generation. As of last
war. [da gave up active participation in the running of the
school Son Richard and his wife, Dorothy, are now at
the helm
ter I.car lives in Philadelphia Now Ida can cram her
days full ol reading, art, education courses, and personal
services to the organizations thai intrigue her Presently.
; a vice | American Priends of the Hebrew
University. Womei on During the long school va-
- [da ould spend her summers in Woodstock N.Y
where with other .. lists she ; nt< But her fir>l love
turned out to Ik- sculpture.
Currently, she is exhibiting with the Miami Beach Art
Croun at the Bass Museum i i the entries are "The
Lion and the Lamb" in marble and "Encouragement" in
[da hat I for the future, including taking
courses that will give her credit for her
i A a arm tender feeling comes into her voice as she
desci ement and inspiration
her husband has been to her Since he i- not able to go
out. end they both enjoy people, the Lears entertain a lot
at home Their heuse is a focal point for interesting dia-
. issan about art. music, drama, and current event-
Ida has ju-t proved a most important fact of life,
which was until recently inextricably intertwined with the
building of an educational institution But when the time
came to pass the management of her life's work into her
sons hand-, she refused to liv< with her memories and.
perhaps, hinder pn ess as a result If anything, her life
ha- now become more e\citmg in a variety ol self realise-
With the -lit Of time the future seems thrilling in
the promise of doing all the thinga alas has always wanted
to do Th< days arc not long enough for Ida Lear.
Kimmel, Goldstein
Exchange Vows
Mr and Mrs Samuel A Gold-
N \\v [34th st announce
the marriage <>i then i
Dens Elk a, to Sej mow "Larrj
Kimmel, sen Of Mrs Fanny K'm
mel, i:>85-71st St and the let*
Benjamin Kimmel
Intimate family wedding took
place Nov 7 in the Studj m Temple
Mcnorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramo
wit? officiated
Carole Ann Goldstein, Bister ol
the bride, was maid ol honor, and
\ rvin Kimmel. brother o( the
gl oom, was best man
The bride is with the Mt Sinai
Hospital A.counting Department.
A practising attorney, Mr Kim
met attended the Univerait) of
Buffalo and received hi* Uv> de-
gree from the University of Miami.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Mexico City, the newlywcds will
live in North Bay Village.
Donna Schonf eld
To Wed Lawyer
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfcld. of
5736 Pine Tre Dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Donna Hope, to Har\ey Mell Ro-
sen, son of Mr and Mrs Albert
Rosen, of 2151 sw 15th st
Miss Schonfcld attended the
I'niveiMtv ol Florida and gradu-
ated from the University o( Mi-
ami with a degree in education
She is presently a tearher at
Comstock Elementary School
Her fiance graduated from thi
University of Miami with a BBA
and an LLB degree He is prac
law in Dade Count}
A summer wedding i- planned
Chapter to Hear
Mizrachi Report
Mrs Sadie Bleler will be guest
ni honor si she membei 'up U i
the llatikvah Chapter of Misrichi
Women On Tuesday at the luime of
Mrs Lillian Robinson, ZfMfl Prairie
Ave
Mn Emma Ratner is member-
ship chairman.
All new members will 1h- hi
had in a formal ceremony to be
..o*-ed by a musical skit by m> m
iii-s ..I the group portraying activ-
oi Mizrachi Women in Ameri
ca and in Israel
Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mizrachi Wo
men's puufdlnatW for tin- South
.stern Region, will bring greet
i ga and present a report of the
Mizrachi Women s national con
wnlion held in Noik-Jfark City this
.seek.
Presidium of the Hatikvah Chap-
ter consists of Mrs llyman Kolko
and Mrs Julius RoaensteSn
A
m*s. siimoua kimmh
Beth Kodesh Will Honor Members
eth Kodesh Sisterhood will hold Mrs Sam Schohrotf, president of
its annual membership luncheon Sisterhood, announces a program
noon at il' 15 p.m songs from 'Fiddler on the
\ paid up members and new Roof," by Muriel Ram, selections
nbers will i>c guests ol the Sis by Cantor Benjamin Ben Art. and
' mod reetings bj Rabbi Mas Shapiro.
Kashuk, Steinfeldt
To Marry Dec. 26
Mr and Mrs. Jay Kashuk, >M 13
Froude Ave announce the en-
ement of their daughter. Karyn
D Kashuk, to Steven I. Steinfeldt.
son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Stem
teldl. 7*; 83rd St
Miss Kashuk is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Miami She is
now a student at Miami Dade Jun-
ior College.
The bridegroom-to-be is ,i gradu
ate of Miami Beach High He at-
tended the University Of Florida
and is now in his senior year at
Florida Atlantic University in
'Boca Raton, where he has made
the Deans list He will graduate
in April. 1966, with a major in
market research
The wedding is planned for Dee
26 at the Aimers Hotel
Thanksgiving Fete
To Honor Couple
Mr. and Mrs Albert Nash, 810
Uth St., have announced the en
merit of their daughter, El
Von Ellen, to Richard H Broalow,
- lew, las-jic. N .1
A dinner Thanksgiving eve in
Paraanus, N .i will honor Ihe
com
The prospective bride graduated
. B \ degree in market
the University of Miami
i- current!) associated with I'll'.
'htton N J
lier fiance received his BA de-
ree from R it ei I mvet sity, New
Brunswick, where he waa .. mem
n.-lta Phi. social I
rnitv Scarlet Key, b
,., iety He i- preaeatly i osnp I
i year a' Brooklyn Law
si h'Hl
Living with her grandparents
Mr and Mr- Irving LaPoff, of
Passaic, the bride-elect is also the
0i Mr and Mrs.
Morris Mash, Miami Beach.
The Nash family are Miami
Beai-h pioneers and owners of the
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Mrs. Ruth Albuquerque. p
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eon sponsored by the division, will
l>e held on Thursday. Nov. 18. 11 IS
a.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hob '
Mrs Anna K White, program
vice president, win Introduce Rab
M Sol Landau, who will review his
book, "Length of Our Days
Judaism and the Personal Life."
Fund raisini: chairman. Mrs
Frances Herder, is collecting bric-
a-hrac and saleable merchandise,
and Mrs. Lillian Her-ch. is ad
journal chairman
Temple Israel
Women's Meet
Mi- F.rwin Harris, vice preal
Temple Israel Sisterhood
will preside st the regular monthly
ol the Sisterhood <>n Wed
n in Wolfs., n Auditor
absence of Mrs Moi
u i i in lerhood preaident
I ntert lii n ei I for the afternoon
will in-.....if "Conci '
musical pro
i am by Mr George Sog)
Lillian Nelson will accom-
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Tifereth Israel Breakfast
Temple Tifereth Israel will hold
. fast in the Social Hall on
Sunday, starting at H :w i m Thai
is the first get together oi the win-
ter season
Beth El Ladies
Map Luncheon
It s Fashionable to Belong to
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r.cth Fl Sisterhood on Tuesday
Mrs Jack Shapiro, Sisterhood
president, will welcome the group,
and all new members will be niven
special recognition bj Rabbi Sol-
onaon Scaiff, fuaal speaker,
Mrs m,,x Kappaport is membei
ship chairman, and Mrs Solomon
S. hitf is program chairman Model
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Mrs. Balaban to be Featured Sinqle Mls s"uh Madison- c,ub prcsi Anne frank chapter
dent.
Mrs. Henry Balaban w.ll be fea- Friendship Clubs annual Thanks- A turkey dinner with all the B'mI BYith ^mn--JJJJ *
lured entertainer at the North giving dinner on Tuesday, Nov. trimmings will be served, followed jng\Jn Tuesday noon a! the Park
County YMilA Senior c itu.>n 23 8 p.m., it was announced by by entertainment and dancing. Lane Cafeteria, 2158 Coral W.i
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ia Roberts,
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immer Rites
.|j ,. Roberts, 1722
nnounce the '"
, .;., .i daughter. Re-
\ mm iane. aon
Sam SUgUUM,
L i is a graduate "t
High and the
Miami, where she
I ggtr of the aebool
earbook
. of Kappa Alpha
iph) honorary, and
, professional fral
omen in journalism
it ions She is ith
mi- agencj
I a graduate
I lea High and atten [ Florida He will
f the University of
in 1-. bruary "Wh a BBA
I plans to attend
_J.il
i i .: wed this sumjner
IS BARBARA WJNSTIN
Weinstein
|s for June
Mrs Sam Weinsl in
Terr announee the
ui their daughter,
i in Jerome Winder-
M and Mrs Ray-
| .m M'j SW 3llt
wedding i- planned.
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Friday. November 12. 1965

Socialite: ... Lu Jjsabcl C/
Continued from Page 1-B
I silver wedding anniversarj
celebration will be held
Popular P.ea (Mrs Michael)
Menel finds "it's good to bo
.nmc a^ain" after spending a
large part of the summer in Eu-
rope Returning from Lisbon
via San Juan she barely had
lime to unpack, when ^he jetted
north to spend sunn- time with
her parents .But with lea
BOD activities approaching. B< I
will remain on home grounds for
a while anyhow.
*
Marvin Cuberman's interest in
cooking began in Wilmington.
Del., where the young man in-
duced his grandparents, with
whom he lived, to teach him the
preparation of all their favorite
dishes Now a local attorney,.
Marvin and his Rhona's gourmet
parties usually grow into cooking
lessons, as he makes appear-
ances for Woman's Day Maga-
zine in the Burdine"s Gourmet
Kitchen once a month So if
you too want to be sought out as
a gourmet cook, hie yourself to
Burdlne's downtown store on
Not IS or the Dadeland store on
\i.\ 17 and learn what expert
Marvin can do for a traditional
Thanksgiving dinner.

Many luck) people spend half
pf the year in th" north and half
,; the year in the south, therebj
choosing the climate they most
The Levinsons, Milton
,nri Shirley, do it somewhat dif
ferentl) They spend six months
:n the south and then six months
in the south again Having
been at Harbour House since (he
they've lust reopened
their home at 944u Carlyle
Hve
A casual in\ nation from the
Ronald PaUota to familj and a
few (nends to celebrate, win or
lose. after the football game
on Friday turned out to be a not
so-casual surprise birthday party
for his brother. Norton, whose
name was given by his dad to
their tire company exactly 41
years ago Joining in the fun
\\ere the Louis Pallets. Howard
Kat/ens. Al Pallet! and Harry
Schulmana

Robert Z. Greene and his Nan
iv will again serve as chairman
and co-chairman Hospital's Fifth Annual Jubilee
Ball, along with co-chairman.
Bill MacDonald. .
Nancy and Bob just returned
to Miami Beach in time to com-
plete all details They will
f rove
host a Planning Committee
luncheon at the Fontainebleau on
Monda]

Traditional Sunday brunch re
cently at the Miami Beach home
of Mr. ami Mrs. Micky Kraus
brought together the former Jill
Fenias, now Mrs. Steven Kay.
and living in California, here for
a visit with six month-old son
Jeffrey Occasion gave the
young man a chance to meet sec-
ond cousin Jaime born the same
day he was. to the former Nikki
Kraus and Jack Press of Miami
. Other cousins included Ron
nie Fromberg. nee Fenias. and
her two offspring, her mother
Grace Pallant. Harriet Fenias
and her mother, and Kate Fenias.
wife of Joe, Jill's father.
Rovinskys Will Host Reception Saturday
For Greater Miami Trade School in Israel
Mr. and Mrs Abraham Rovinsky.
leaders in the Labor Zionist move-
ment, will host a reception at their
home Saturday, from 4 to 6 p.m.,
in behalf of the new Greater Miami
Trade School in Israel
The party at the Rovinsky home
W -17th St Miami Beach, will
launch the South Florida i an ;
lor the new trade school, sponsored
,\ ml I ..,: ; Zionist Division ol
the Israel Ilistadr.it Committee
Rovinsky, a member of Bialik
Branch of Farband's Executive
Committee, was one of the first
members of the Poale Zion and
Farband in Los Angeles, Calif.,
erd also helped organize the Is-
rael Histadrut campaign there.
Durmg World War 1 he served
in thi Jew iafa Legion, which
Mrs. Morris E. Green (left) president oi Temple Israel
Sisterhood, and Mrs. Clifford Newmark. administrative vice
president, will attend the biennial assembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations and National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods in San Francisco. Calif., on Nov. 13 to 18.
Also attending will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, and Mrs. Narot.
New Groups At Beth David
M. AND MRS. ROVINSKY
helped the Miles defeat the Cen-
tral Powers He later became one
-. ihi long
line.
K'A in kj ss one ol the
founders oi Piom r Women oi
. : Sew
York She Is member of the
1 the Gr< ter

ihc David 1 1 in
Saturday's recepl i be one
of the key al al gain-
i .. in
iialf of the n< Greal
.ill.
line-

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B ling,
Room : wit hair-
as e>
Uve director
Three new groupa have been or
[anized and made application to
the Board of Director of Beth
David Congregation for affiliation
with the congn .:> r.
With the addition of these
group*, a program of organized
\ities is provided for the en-
tire age spectrum from Hebrew
School age through congregation
membership.
The youngest of these is a
newly formed ATI!) (college level
of United Synagogue Youth),
which will be comprised ( young
people, from is through 22 Single
w omen in thi* age group
invited t,. attend the Mm 16
. i at Beth David
At the i nngli men and
won,en oi... join the second new
ip, young .. lults At a recent
t rcted the
following officers Michael Rose
president Spenci Klei man, first
\ ice pri i''i nl No n an Klein
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Ipon mat i lage, Be b Da> > young \ lulu will 1m> eh rible for
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group, the Couples t'luh
At a recent < aaixational meet-
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President Di and Mr- Edward
Cutler; Mr. nd Mrs.
Martin Millei secretar; Mr and
Mrs George Sbule; to al sec-
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Burdine's to Open Israeli Shop
I | works of art from the Murray S. Green-
v at Burdines will be tl j1 water-
rtisl Shimshon Holzman.
LECTURER ON FASHION HISTORY
howned Artist Will Be
Miami for Celebration
ternationaH) -
be ai Burdine's
the week of
IllA
>wn sons. The
e ti 11-ts" eol-
in the moun-
tains neai Hail i
\. i, j ihowa In
Israel, ihe has i d in the
Paris S it I *58 and was
awarded Fi by the Wo
men's Intel itn i il Artists In
the -.. had a show
in Lond m She has also xhib
ited m Suit ind Italj and
in Nev v rk Chic i Los v
les, Sai ; El Paso in
tlic Unit
Sto has tured mi fashion
histoi > in Israel me of her writ-
m ( ,,M tiblical times
ma\ lx.....-. in tti i !-"'k. "Views
of the B published
Continued from Page 2-B
will appear throughout the shop
There will be a blending of the
old and the new Par' of the shop
will have the "bazaar" look such
as found in the Middle East for
centuries There will be a mosaic-
type floor in .i pebbl) effect of
shadow-stripes in alabaster and
bisque. The national colors of
Israel blue, white and gold
will be used throughout Woven
yarn and cane shades in these
colors arc used across the en-
trance facade above toe stone
arches
However, there'll i>e touches of
hut vitik and red such a> appear
in breathtaking sunsets, not only
in Miami and Israel, but around
the world And the shop, itself,
and its ares are i tl seekers
of the be uitiful and the unusual
the at listic and anti |uit>
from around I rid Manj of
the craftsmen, u ho have en i
ited to Israel, have brought
their know le I ;e I skills from
- ii h countries ,i> Italy, Switzer
lai \ lusti -.., Poland.
Hum arj Ifrica Romania, Iran.
China Jap m li erica and e
whi act the population of
Israi repri ire than loo
countries
Black wrought-iron fixtures
: in the sh< p :ll have a
hai i lo >k and resemble
art objects But there will be a
inimum of fixtures the mer-
chai dise sp< iks for itself Fix
tures used i!l be artistic, such
iis wroughl iron ballet dancers
to hold jewelry and scarves, or
decorative china dolls to simulate
a potter} fe< n ith baskets or
: \s to hold other merchandise.
(Ither displaj px ces ill be of
hammere l or sculptured w rou
iron such as appear in arts and
craft- pieces from the Holy I
While the Israeli Shop will be
primarily an artistic blend of
arts crafts and decorative home
accessories there ^ili be a samp-
ling ot men's women's and chil-
fashions but this mer-
chandise, in depth, will be found
in their respective d< partments.
For example, there are silky
intelope coats and suit-, as
well is suede, some leather or
mink trimmed, by 1969 Kuropean
"Grand Prix" International De-
signers' Award Winning, Leslie
Fulop. He will be in Burdine's,
in person, on Nov. 17. There are
smartly styled, two and three-
puce knit suits in weights and
colors so right for Southeastern
Florida And. the swimwear and
COverupa are as gay. abbreviated,
colorful, original as from the sau-
ciest swimwear manufacturers
anywhere in the world. Added to
this for women are gold or silver
lurex and wool dresses, wool
Stoles in delectable colors, jack-
ets, sweaters, and handbags
There will be real Jewelry, and
costume j e w e 1 ry wonderfully
crafted w ith an authentic antique
air, t w ith semi prei ties
from 3 000 year-old-King Solo
- mines
Infants and children come in
for their share, with charmingly-
ha: : oidered r o m p e i s,
pant ind top outfits and sweat
ers For the men. there will be
ii varietj i i knit shirts and well-
tailoi f i ainwear
All in all, the Israel Shop and
its imports reflect the enthusi-
m ot Burdim 's management
for this exciting new merchan
.: step
' i >i casion >>i the pi
mat ion breakfast, the dedication
Miami-Israel Friendship
Plaque and the Miami .
Friendship Week to follow, Bur
dine h is at corded its "mos
preciatii e recognition to the
and women of good-will ol Great-
er Miami who, through their ex
emplary achievements in the
of Israel Bonds endeavor
here under the direction of Dr
lar in Kahan, h a \ e i> e e n a
strength in Israel's economj ai I
an inspiration to the foundii
Burdine's Israeli Shop
"Their efforts have made pos-
sible this momentous landmark,
reflecting Israels e c o n o m i c
rowth and the American bond
with Israel which gave rise to
I ine'S Israeli Shop. ti:.
such instance in the nation
* 1 at
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I
rTiVajSpsr
Top Burdine's Buyers
Went Over Personally
i picturesque vll- by McGraw-Hill
MOM GRIMIHD GAUIRY
aeli Paintings
ill Go on View
Led from Pag* 2-B
tj in Israel,
is the execu-
e Association
i i Canadians in
LN YOU SPARE
Several years ago e opened a
gallen f Israe in ir I>1 Avi*.
His interest In larael art began
when i from "Ha
tikvati the artist S
Weintraub isked field to
help him 'll ,lls
paintings :! s" "''"
that he catapulted Weintraub in-
to the- hottest art property today,
and lum.se ui art business
He operates art gallerys In Tel
Avii. Bee Eilat, and
has been putting in art shows
in the I nite I 51 i ei for the past
few > ears
Mia > hi New
York ^ it 21 West 39tfl
St.
We visited Israel toward the
end ol July and in three days
covered lei .u^ Jerusalem.
i lesarea re tourists plaj
golf on the country's first
.. h tifa Nazareth, Sea ol
Galilee, the Shrine of the Head
Sea Scrolls and the art colonies "
This is the impression of Mar
tin Clark, executive vice presi-
dent of merchandising for Bur
dine's, who flew over to Israel
via El AI Israel Airlines last
sum mii our buyers bought
tiful qualit) antelope and
. oats bikini swimsuits and
coverups, bikini sleepers and
lerate price knil suits "
others on the trip obtained
some of the young Jewish repub
lie's niiist ime custom
pi lucts and art items readj to
n \ iew and Sale next week
m Burdine's Israel Shop were
Lou Davis, general mam
for read> to wear
.lean (luhen. di\ isional mer
lise manager of better
Sport s" ear
Bea FeWman, divisional mer
mana ger of better wom-
en's apparel.
John Donachie, divisional
merchandise manager of in-
fants' and children's wear
Ted Pincus, buyer for the
Israel Shop and stationery
Barbara Barcia, home fur
nishings coordinator
Jane Nemiro, home acces
- gift buyer.
Mildred Fisher, knitwear
an I misses dress buyer
From the Bezcilel Art Museum
collection is this Torah. lec-
turing silver finials from 19th
century Austria. Also fea-
tured aie a 19th century sil-
ver pointer, also from Aus
tria, and a mantle from East-
ern Europe made in 1867 o:
red velvet and gold thread
e::.broidery.
Bozalol Will
Bring Show
Of Artifacts
Continued from Page 2-B
the Sabbath and the other
of the week
The Hanukiya (Menorah)
on the Feast of l ights to
memorate the victories ol
- over the Greeks
nuka celebrates the miracle
which occurred when the Man a
bei s entered the desei
le about fitH> B C E I and
found that there was sacred oil
for the '.amps of the synat
[or one da> only The oil I
for eight days until the victors
were able to produce fresh oil
Ketubah, or marriage con-
tra :- writti n bj a special
m-i ibe in '. elaborately illustrat-
ed ihe text i> in Aramais, The
names of the bride and .
are inscribed, as well as th< |
where the ceremony took place
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Friday, November 1;
Miami Goes to Polls Tuesday
The posts of mayor and two tit) commlssionerl "ill be decided Directors of the Metro ,_
when Kiamiani go to the potts this coming Tuesday. Among candi Relations Board the Ecm2?
dales running for the three Jobs are ormortunitv ,.,.,,.., mc
Mrs Ha nee
Robert King High Club, and former member of the Catholic Dtoce
M.iver Robert King High has held Miami Beautifiration Committee service" in 196:, i I983"
ins present office lor tour consec Wiener is calling "for efforts to namp^ "Cither, the 'wi*
utive terms, and is now seeking his build a new City of Miami which1 Omega i'si PtU Fraternh* **
fifth will increase the property v a hies I
Known in Latin America, the 0f residential and commercial
Spanisrespeaking Mayor aayi he properties" He savs he believes1
this is most essential if we are to
reverse the trend to the suburbs "
The candidate declares he is
earned -international recogni-
tion for hi- work in promoting in-
ter American understanding."
Mrs
r|ll br iv.
raternJty
David T Kennady
Sidney wetarn* m
In the spring oi IMS, Mayor lli'-ih strongly ,n favor of Metre's pro-
viding sew lees which will ellmi'
nate duplication and waste"
known civic leadei of Miami 7
endorsed the candidacy rfr?
Commissioner David i' v.-J'
Beth David Sisterhood Chorus prepares for a presentation
uring Jewish Book Month. Left to riaht are Mesdames Elliot
Gordon. Hersh Berman. Issie Ram. Cantor William W. Lipson,
"'esdames Edward Cutler and David Issenberg.
Beth David Sisterhood Will Base Lunch
On 'World of Sholem Aleichem' Here
eth Dai d Sisterhood will hold
its November meeting at Specter
I || on Wednesday. 11 30 am
eh will be served prior to the
'mil:
I he program planned for this
mi Cling i- a cantata based on
Aviva Chapter To
Hear Review
\viva Chapter. Mizrachi Worn
en, will hear Rabbi Samuel April
review Michener's book. "The
Source," at the first general meet-
ing of the season on Monday. Nov
22. 1 p.m.. at Beth David Congre-
gation.
Son of the groups president.
Mrs. Simon April. Rabbi April is
spiritual leader of Temple Or
Olom.
Murachi Women held its 40th
annual convention in Atlantic
City, N .1 on Nov. 7 to 10 Today
Mizrachi Women number some
So. 000 American Jewish women
organized Into some 300 chapters
in 37 states and the District of Co-
lumbia
"The World of Sholem Aliiihrm"
and is in line with the theme of
the day, "Annual Hook Fair."
which was designed by Mrs Albert
Beer and Mrs Melvkt Rosenbamn.
Chairman in charge Of the pro-
m is Mrs, Louis Sehwartaman.
Cantor William W, Lipson i- music-
al director, and the accompanist
[a Mrs A. Arthur Pekelner. The
following members of the sister-
hood will participate in the pro-
gram:
Mrs Ranch Berman. Mrs. Ed-
ward Cutler. Mrs Elliot Gordon.
Mrs David Issenberg. Mrs. Issie
Ram. Mrs. Harvey Friedman. Mrs
Morton Fellman. Mrs. Morris Her-
man and Mrs. Howard Lenhoff.
Mrs Irving Weiner is president
of Sisterhood, and will conduct the
program.
was named one of the top 1<*> young
men In the nation b) Life Maga>
/i ne
Mayor High makes frequent
nips to l.atm America. He sop*
ported a minimum wage for Flor-
ida's workers during Ihe last gub-
..tonal campaign in which High
,, candidate
Irwin G. Christie
The seat of retiring City Commis-
sioner Mrs Aine Wainrighl i<
what Miami Attornej Irwin G
Christie hopes lo win in the Tues-
.!..> election
The 36-year-old candidate is mar-
ried to tiie former Joyce Specter,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius
Specter, and granddaughter of Mr
and Mrs Samuel ("Pop"! Six.tor
The couple have four children and
are expecting a fifth this month
Christie is a graduate of New
York University and the Univer-
sity of Miami, where he received
his law degree At the university,
he was an attorney general, mem-
ber of the Legal Guidance Board,
author of articles in the Miami
Law Review, and received his de-
gree cum laud.-
He is a past exalted ruler of the
Elks of Miami and on the board of
tin- YM and WHA.
who is leekin
Kenntd,
Murray Z. Klein
Murray 7. Klein, candidate for
Miami City Commissioner, is cam-
paigning] on a platform "to elimi-
nate Ihe shams In the Negro area
to rehabilitate Ihe downtown
inn w n*_.
Tuesday's municipal eleetlaa
Another leadei _
is City Commi--. ^ '
ovit* who said thai Kennedy^
been conaistem M J
gent in his p ro
commissioner ol '
Hi- anppnrtri
troduced a resoli t n
anKa.e,n. a veteran of World Vfar S 2* 1
.1 native FW.d.an and prrmitU(| (|1(. ^
t.cini attorney, feels that -the ,,. ..,.f,.r!v ..
next Miami Commission should de-
vote particular attention to thoae
two areas
Moat juvenile delinquency and
eiime -terns from the horrid
housing conditions in the down
town. Libert) City and Coconut
Grove negro areas." he said
Klein, a resident of Miami for
15 years, received his degrees
from Stetson Cniverslty and Uni-
versity of Miami He lives at 1630
So Bayahore Dr., with his wife.
Carman,
#
Mrs. Arhjli* Rang*
A local funeral director, Mrs
Athalie Range is a candidate for
Miami City Commission.
A civic leader, she is president
of Roosevelt Savings and Loan As-
sociation, member of the Board of
Housing
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Israeli Film Will
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By Brandeis Unit
Brandcis University National
Women's Committee. Miami Beach
chapter, will sponsor the southern
premiere showing of "Sallah" at
Womenos Normandie Theatre on
Tuesdaj and Wednesday evening,
n..\ 16 and it Doors will open at
Show will start at 8 15 p.m.
Ticket-- an- available for this fine
film from Israel through members
ol the Women's Committee <>1
Brandeis University, and are a No
available at the Bonnie Belle Shop
on Collins Ave next to the Nor
mandie Theatre, and at Jordan
Marsh.
"Sallah' is the first real life "no
[message" fun film from Israel
' after a decade of celluloid SOul-
m arching. An Academy Award
' nominee for 1!*)!> and winner of in-
ternational accolades. "Sallah" is
a warm, brilliant, lusty and totally
irreverent comedx
The subject matter of "Sallah"
stems from a very real situation in
Israeli societj the immigration of
hundreds ol thousands of Jews
from all over the world, present-
ing the tiny nation with tremend-
ous problems of resettlement, hous-
. ing and allocation of skills and la-
'bor.
Brandeis University, sponsoring
organization, opened its doors in
1918 as the first Jewish sponsored
non-sectarian institution of higher
learning in the western hemis-
phere.
Jtrom* Stern
Jerry Stern, candidate for Mayor
of Miami, is owner of Roberts All
Night Drug Store.
Stern presently serves on the
board of Beth David Synagogue
and is past chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Pharmacy Di-
vision. He has been named "Out-
standing Pharmacist of the Year."
lie received the American Nurses
Award and has been I leader in
the Salk Polio, Red Cross and
Blood Bank di ives
III 1959. the Miami News (ave
Stem an award for his chant\
work Presently, hi i- a member
in the Florida State Pharmacy
Executive Board and reeenU) sen
ed a- president < Florida Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion.
stem is campaigning "to revita-
lize the downtown area, get the
slum clearance pro-rams under
way and secure more industrial
growth to relieve the present un-
employment problem in the ettj
Stern and his wife live at 350
SW 2>fh Rd. Their eldest -on. Da-
vid, is attending the University of
Florida. Their daughter, Elaine, is .
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Mayor C. L. Dreasel, of Coral
Gables proclaimed Monday.
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(the U.S.A. Day.
Mayor Dressel set aside the
day "because of the valuable serv-
ices rendered to the community
by the Murray Solomon Post and
' Auxiliary of .Jewish War Veterans."
Headquarters of the post mre at
the Miracle Theatre in Coral
. GaMev
A kickoff and rally ware held
BUBNtaj Dight, Nov 7. at the Mm
vnnaires Congregation, 3737 Bird
Rd.
LeRoy Wianer
Ix'Roy Wiener is a candidate for
City Commission in Croup Four.
He was born in N'ew York City in
1922. and has been a resident of
Miami since 1!54 Educated in
New York schools, he received a
BS degree In chemical engineering }
from the City College of New v-"*
York
The candidate says he was a re-
cipient of a government citation'{
for work on the Manhattan Proj I
ect in the development of the atom !?
bomb during World War II. \
He is a member of the Miami
Board of Realtors. Florida Associ-1
atioa of Realtors and National \~
sociation of Real Estate Broker-
In adition. he is a past member >
of the Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce, former vice president \
of the Sertoma Club of Miami. ?
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liscussing pKTM ior the second annual Ion.,
f Kennedy tnbute membership tea of the
horida Women s Division. American Jewish
-naress slated for Tuesday. Nov. 23. 1 p.m..
it"the Algiers Hotel are thee newly-installed
residents. Left to riaht are Mrs. Jeanette Stem.
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter; Mrs. Sy Reese.
North Dade Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter; Mrs.
Virginia Snitow, national president; Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Kaplan, Florida Women's Division; Mrs.
Sylvia Silvers, Justine Chapter; and Mrs. Jo-
seph Albuguergue. Louise Wise Chapter.
Children's Series
Offered at T
S
Talking to Robert Gilbert about the two children's series in the
Sunday Celebrity Series and the Holiday Movie program of
Jhe YM and WHA aie Gen) Mrs. Leonard Luria, president "Y"
KVomen, and Mrs. Evan OUter. member of Sunday Celebrity
enes Committee.
' '
i\

I
I are Leon J. Ell. Jack Fishman. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy
Mn and Rabbi David Lehrfield.
1e Ami Dinner Plans Advance
president emeritus, Leon J. Ell;
vice president <>f JNK. Jack Fish-
man; and Rabbi David Lehrfield,
spiritual leader ol Knesseth Israel
"Reports on the coming Me Ann
Development dinner, which will be
held at the Fontainetoleau Hotel.
OB DOC 5, indicate that the annual
affair of the Jewish National Fund
Will be I afloat," Council officials
loclan d
In accepting the reward Rosen
I urged listeners to contribute to the
Golden Book, the fund rai.-in.: I
Uvits tor Ma Ami. the sister city
:n Israel oi Greater Miami.
"We have started lettlemenl
.in Israel Now let's finish the joh
Uaid Rosen The book will be *
IH-rnianent exhibition In Miami.
Jerusalem and Me Ami "
Zev W Kouan. Miami Beach at
itorncy, was chairman.
nns attended a
-,h i 'ring Mr. and Ml
wry i((1>,., a, ,h(, j-v,I1,;iin,.llu-au
Ko,el on Sui da) noon.
The brunch was tendered by the
Ijcwisfi n ,i py^j councu f
water Miami, in recognition of
ijne dedi ,..,. :k | ,..,,. Rosen
| behalf or the Jewish National
I und and other activities connect
charity, education, and Is-
I
I the brunch were
tofer Carriers Band
Honda state Latter Carrier's
"""'ill bold a concert at the
*kh Home for the Aged on
2**ly, Kov 18. 7:30 p.m.. in
* 'm dining room. Director ol
, "* Mnd ls KUWara j oatuue..
The YM and WHA of Greater Mi-
ami will present two Children's
.Series this season.
The Sunday Celebrity Series will
feature fne outstanding programs,
with wellknown artists Of per-
forming companies. The program
will give young people the oppor-
tunity to sample the best of the
creative arts Appearing on the
Sunday Celebrity Series will be:
The Miami Ballet, Nov. 14.
Shakespeare Festival oi Fun.
\- You lake It. Dec 12.
Nat Norbert in "Puppet Plaj
Time," Jan. 16.
Lois Raebeck, folksinger. Feb.
13.
All performances are held on
Sunday, at .' 90 p.m.
The Holiday Film Series will of-
fer five well-known children's
Dims
Dumbo. Thursday. Nov. 26 1
p.m.
Alice in Wonderland. Tuesday.
Dec. 25. 1 p.m
Gulliver's Travels. Sunday. Jan.
23. 2:30 p.m.
Escapade in Japan, Sunday,
Feb. 27, 2:30 p.m.
Alakazam the Great. Friday.
Apr. 8. 1 pm
Both children's series will be
seen at the YM and WHA. 8300 SW
8th St.
>
Scholarship Night
Set for Saturday
At Miami T
With close to l 000 tickets -"Id
i pek's start for Saturdaj "S< ho-
the Women's \ ix
YM and WH \
nual
i
the "Y" I
D( elopment P
\ ixiliarj
-. me 12.500 from the event M -
- ticket .-ale-
chairman.
the eveninj
l i, are a series of i ames,
,, bump r crop for
winners in various categories.
pi,.-, v Hus year are Canb-
lises, hotel weekends, din
. at toeal restaurants, and a
. hole range of products All prizes
have been donated by area-wide
businessmen,
Por the first time this year.
"Scholarship Night" will be held
,, the new YM .md WHA central
facility at 8300 SW 8th St.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Al Haven and Mrs Bert Saul
President of the Auxiliarj is Mrs.
Leonard Luria. Staff coordinator
is Miriam Scheinberg.
Miami Beach forum Lecture
Beach Marks
Veterans Day
Veterans Daj. Thun 11,
- ni .it io B.m
the Cenotaph, Uth St and Wash-
n Ave.
rman of ^ram. for
the 26th v. sr, Was to OS l'ast v I
mander v Dot Klein
lyor and city council-

Music was to be by the Miami
Beach High School Bard, direct-
ed by John Coleman. Invoca-
tion and benediction were to be
by Rev. Wiley Scott, Miami
Beach Community Church. Guest
speaker was to be Col. Joseph
C. Braxton, commanding officer,
13th Artillery Group, Homestead.
Twenty two veteran, patriotic
and fraternal organizations were
t., participate with placing wreaths
at the Cenotaph. Taps were to be
played at 11 a.m.
The following organizations were
to be represented Disabled Amer-
ican Veteran-. Veterans ol Foreign
Wars. Jewish War Veterans. Le-
gion of Valor, Veteran- of World
War I, American Lotion. Klks
Lodge, Jayceev Civic League. Mi-
ami Beach Presidents Council. Four
Freedoms Civic Club. Miami Beach
Taxpayers Association. Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
Loyal Order of Moose, Miami
Beach Police and Firemen's Be-
nevolent Association, Miami Beach
Democratic Club, Biscayne Demo-
cratic Chib and the City of Miami
Beach.
New Black Angus
n ol the new B
m Springs '<
ah, 'is i'.. t nice
Hi rb Bro tekj
r of the chain, with part
lack S Were hoping tor in
sometimi tow '
New Year's," he said S T
Quartet Win
In Hialeah Race
Jack M Cherry, F \ T<
Benedetto an Charles A Wh
won four-year terms on i
seven-man Hialeah Citj Coui
in elections on Tuesdaj
Milton E Thi mpson finished
fourth in the run oft competition
among eight candidates. mu\
a two-year term.
Cherry led the field with 5.512
VOtes Others were Benedef i
4 875: Whiteacre. 4,572:
Thompson. 3.848
Losers were Fred E Exum,
3.641: William R Hodges, 1,596;
i r M Shaw 3,577; and Edv. in
,1 Kiev. 3.020
Miami Beach Forum lecture is
scheduled for Saturday even in
Washington Federal, 12M Wash-
ington We.
in- Abraham Wolfaon, founder
and director of the SpblOU Forum
for adult education, will speak on
World Federation the Road to
Peace."
B'nai Raphael
Consecrates 140
Consecration services for Con-
ation B'nai Raphael Religious
School were conducted by Rabin
Harold Richter and Cantor Jack
Lerner on Oct 29, when 90 Hebrew
students and 50 Sunday School stu
dents participated in the ceremony
Pulpit host- were president of
the congregation, Harrj Hausman,
and executive vice president, AV\
ander .laret
An induction ceremony skit was
presented by Rabbi Richter; Mrs
Nathan Wilensky. chairman of the
School Committee; Mrs. E. A. Levi
and Mrs. Leon Tishman. teachers
of beginners Hebrew class; Mrs
Sanforid Muchniek. representing
mothers of consecrants; Joseph
Schneider, representing a RTsdu-
ate of the Religious School; and
Cantor Lerner. chanting the bene-
diction. All of the children con-c
.crated were presented with pins
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Dr. Heschel to be Guest Speaker at C JFWF
NeWlSh FlOridiail Assembly Slated for Montreal Nov. 10-14
Horida Friday. November 12. 1965
Section C
I
jiscus Lodge
[jves Funds For
eW Sun Hut
mben of Hibis-
,,, for special
Masonic Temple,
reek to mark
-proKM conducted to help
m Beach "ll(1 'rls-
HibiscusLodge
ii Roosevelt, who
* ii b> Worshipful
g,-,, gi n'.latt to ac-
JSUK' ill to the city.
eived a check
(BBda : by Hibiscus
-to consi a new HJbiscus
'n Miami Reach Boys' Camp.
|Mb*" me lodge learned
l*tetr*mf need at frit Boy*'
m, located at the foot of Col-
Avt. on Government Cut,
, Jack Woody, superintend-
of recreation, and a lodge
_jnber, di-cussed his depart-
ITnt's chddrer s program with
m. The camp site, he report-
[had cibins But nawhert, out-
could 'he youngster* es-
\-M from th? blaiing hot sun
r fheir activities.
rHibiscus Hut will stand a- a
prtmi i to Jeffrey
I soi i : Past
ich, in whn>e
| adopted,
I lions of mate
I the funds raised
I .., es "I the
I Swerdlin, of
II > the "Ti-
ll : Rothman. of
Steel Co.,
i :. r the shelter,
eeial ceremonies
I '.Vor-hipful
V ii ludge Malvin
I > :'h Activities
kmir.ittee Irwin B Mar-hall, and
^bert Li--
leu's Club Holds
|reakfast Here
\'> I Men's ( b ,,f Morton Tow-
held tinentaJ break-
ton Sin: : g j m at the Mor-
. Tow?- ..int.
Uce Pre John H. Test, of
ich First National
.es. *a< ipealn." mi
Prelect Your
fctate "
" chairman of the
inment Commit
: also plan-
Thanksgiving eve,
pov .'4
Dr. end Mrs. Irvinq Lehiman extend concjratulauon= to A. J.
Mclasky at the Temple Emonu-El-krael Dinner cf State last
week at the Fontaiiebleau Hotel, where Ambassador
Sbabtai Rosenno ': ghP confened Israel s Freedom Medal-
lion upon Molasky "for a lifetime of service to the cause cf
Isical."
Terr.p!e Ercanu-EI Buys $693,000 in Bonds
To Honor A. J, Moiasky at Dinner Here
It i- the business of Ura. to
be strong not onl> militarily, but
nomicall) anil spiritually." Am-
' :.-sail. :- Sbabtai H >- I
envoy at the United Nation- lold
nearly MO person- attending the
1 < it);>"<- Kmanu Kl Israel I>:-ner
of State 1..-1 week at the Ken
brim bb au Hotel.
We gain strength from the
knowle < U ll you here in Miami
ami Jew- througheut the world
arc with us. he said, as he con-
ferred the Israel Freedi m Medal-
lion upon A J Molask) "for years
of service to the reuse ot Israel
He lauded Molasky'* lifetime
of devotion to Israel, pointing
out that this gave Inspiration not
on!y to hi* fellow Miamiars but
to the people of Israel.
In response to an appeal by Or.
Irvine Lehrman, spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El, guests at the
dinner purcha.sed a record-break-
ing, total of 1833.000 in Israel Bonds.
On a lighter note, the audience
was entertained bj iiarry Hersh
field, veteran bumorisl "t Can
V< lop This fame
Tcastmaater was In ng Cypi n,
ind pro ram participants included
Mas B lerm n, Temple president.
Mi Sit kin, Lou Poller, Alex
".(iii- Mu-- Jack S Popick and
Viler.
A highlight was the ceremony
of the kind.ing of me Menorah
of State hoo-1, conducted by
Judge Cyp*r". Torch bearers
weie Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir-
kin, and holder* of the pilot
light was Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers.
Taking part in the ceremony
which commemorated Israel's 17
wars of Statehood ere Mr and
Mr- Sam Blank. Mr and Mrs
lovph Cohen, Mr and Mrs Joseph
Rose, Mr and Mr- Sam L. Luby.
Mr and Ms Sol t Shaye. Mr. and
Mi. Jack Katiman, Mr and Mrs.
i i tns I> Rudnick.
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Kabinowitz.
M: and Mrs Morns Hirsch. Mr.
and Mr- Ben Ciller. Mr an.l Mrs.
\, rd Mr and Mrs Philip Thau,
v and Mr- Han) Flei her, Mr
,,. I Mrs Murrs Koretzky. Mr.
nicy 1 Meyer-. Mr and Mis
c Id leu: and Mr and Mrs
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By Special Report
MONTREAL Dr. Abraham J
Heschel, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, noted author, the*
.ii.>l lecturer, will deliver the major
address at the 34th General As
semblj of the Council of -i
Federations and Welfare Funds
meeting here this week through
Sunday-
Meeting for the first time in
Masons Given
Highest Degree
t Abe S. Goldman. Sinxiel S Park
er. Lester B. Nelson and Sig F.i-en
berg, Miami, were honored by the
Supreme Council of the Scottish
Rite of Freemasonry at a meeting
I eld in Washington. D.C., last week
by heiny awarded the 33rd degree
Goldman presently is master of
Kadosh of the Miami Consistory of
the Rite He is also director of
commercial relations ami services,
-unland Training Center tor the
mentally retarded children
Parker, who lives in Coral Ga-
bles, is head of an electronics man
ufacturing firm in the north, in ad-
dition to other commercial inter-
ests
Nelson, a retired builder, has
been most active in Masonic af
fairs He i- a past worshipful mas-
ter of several Blue Lodges in the
M ami area He is pa-t master of
Kadosli and has served as com-
mander of the Council. wi-e mas-
t. r of the Chapter Rose Croix. and
venerable ma-ter of the Lodge of
l erfection.
Eisenberg i- also active among
the mentally retarded, having been
named life president of the Hope
School, where he ha- served in ex
ecutive capacity for the pa-t eight
years He is a 17-time president of
the 29'ers
Adath Yeshurun
Consecrates 85
Temple Adath Ye-hunin held
consecration services Friday, Del
H. A record number of 85 new
chil-'ren who registered for the
first time at Temple Adath Yeshu-
run Religious School were cone-
crated.
Ml -sage of ureetirgs were deli
vered by Sam Ratner. chairman.
Board of Education. Mrs Bernard
Levy, president. Sisterhood: Nath-
an Stern, principal. Religious
chool Following the services, an
Oneg shahbat was given by Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Poloniechi in honor
if their son's Bar Mit/.vah
Rabbi Samuel R stone officiated
at the consecration service
Montreal are more than l.*M
Jewish communal leaders, re-
presenting Jewish Federations
and Welfare Fund* througrout
the Urted States and Canada.
Dt Heschel's speech on "'Je -n
Commitment and Identifies!
i.- the fifth annual Herbert R.
Abeles Memorial Address.
Abeless was a former president of
the Council.
At the Saturday night bar. .
session, Samuel Bronfman, h WOT-
ary president oi the Canadian J(
ish Congress and the Allied Jew-
i-h Community Service- of Mon-
treal, wiH also address the
gates
other highlights of the bar.': let
ession will Ik- presentation ot
William J. Shroder Memorial
Awards and the election and in-
iuction c,i i'ie new CJFWF presi-
dent.
Delegates are facing a broad
challenging agenda as they
change ideas and experiences >n
how most effectively to meet I
i-h needs and responsibilities
rally, nationally and overseas
\- a fnrmewi rk for plann -
community organization and -
ices for the next decade. OUtStS
ing young Jewish leaders have
pared papers for delegates on t
view- of Jewish life in the Unil
States .1'^^ Canada
Convention topics include
what do young people cons
the prime issues t" be dealt wil
What role do they seek in dealing
.. ih these issues? Is there a drift
of many Jewish youth- away from
Judaism" I! SO, hi w can it
stem me I"
what are the trends in int
marriage? Whal responsibilities
and programs lo they imply I
[i wish agencies?
How is Jew i-h community life
changing in the United States and
Canada To w:ial extent are .1
committed actively to communal
participation, or not'' And whj
e What can local leaders do : '
meaningful!) in their own e m-
rrunities to improve Jewish ad
lion and make it more relevant
everyday life?
e Are Jewish communal serv
reinforcing basic Jewish purposes0
What are the implications of
the new medicare a.t for th<
nancing and services of Je>'.i-h
hospitals, homes for the aged and
other institutions?
Sessions are also scheduled on
(ringing the small Jewish com-
munity closer to the mainstream
Jewish life, relations between
Jewish Federations and United
Community Funds, women's role
in community service, leadership
velopment oi young men and
women in Federations, changing
i mditions in Israel and other co-m-
ine-, and campaigning,
gates attending the 18th biennial conven-
Jn of Women-8 American ORT recently at
JJ* Hilton Hotel in Pittsburgh. Pa., from Beach
paPer.s were front row (left to right) Mrs. Irv-
p Lichtman. Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs.
Irr?r\juCe KuPPerman. region president; Mrs.
j Weiner president. Biscayne Chapter. Back
jowaett lo ,.,i,.y qj^ j^ Je Silvers, Guli-
stream Chapter; Mrs. Edward Levinson, presi
dent GulfFtream Chapter; Mrs. Sydney Hoi!
Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter; Mrs. Lou
Jacobscn. Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter;
Mis Henrietta Boloton. president. Greater Mi-
ami Chapter. Mrs. Sol Feldman. President. At-
lartic Shores Chapter.
Florida Judges
Elect Liebman
Group President
id Munii i pa I lud
Dav id Liebman was ele ted presi
dent of the Florida Municipal
Judgi Vsso iatii ir am
Convi t the M Ulister II
eek
Jud l ebn It
h and Miami S i
ioi H gh Si ho il He i i
law degree from the Universit;
ni in January, 1943 He w i
i er in Hie United state- N.. j
during World War II and achi
the rank of lieuti nant (S.g In
the Naval Reserve
Judge Liebman is practicing
attorney, with offices in Homestead
and Miami Beach He is a former
president of Homestead Bar As
odation, South Dale Kiwanis and
Miami Gables Zionist District He
i- also a member of the Regional
\dvi-ory Board for the Anli-Ilefa-
mation League, and ha- served as
Homestead Municipal Judge since
1963.
He is married te the former Nat
alie Goodman, and they live with
their three hildren, Henry. Laura
and Rosanna. in Kendall
Other officers elected at the con-
vention were Judge Richard Wein
berg, of st Augustine, vice presi-
dent, and Judge Georue Nachwal-
ter, of Medley -e.retary treasurer.
JUDGE 1IEBMAN
Candidates are Dubbed
Dual rank- of page and esquire
were conferred on 40 candidates-
in waiting al the last regular meet-
ing of the George Gershwin Knights
ot Pythias Lodge on Monday
in- 8 p.m., at the Surfside
Community Center. Chancellor
Commander i>.- Oscar fUsskin pre-


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pJewlsiiFhrltMori
Samaritan Place in Jewish History
By LEON J. ELL
The history of our people is
replete with diverse movem
but none mure intriguing than a
sm:i!l group of people who Mir
rived a period of over 2 6 >< us as a distinct group in spite
of the pressure brought upon
them by the Moslem world and.
to a lesser degree, by our own
peoj U
On my recent annual pilgrim
BgC to Israel. I spent a great
deal of time with the head of the
Samaritans who live in Shikuh
Hashomionim at Holon. a suburb
of Tel Aviv.
History records that the Sa
maritans lived around Samaria
a city built by Omri. King of Is-
rael, who bought the hill upon
which the city was built from a
man by the name of Shemer for
two talents of silver The city
was built and subsequently be
came the capital of the northern
kingdom known as Israel, distinct
and separate from Judea. the
kingdom to the south. Ahab and
Jeraboam and subsequent mon
arch> ruled Israel over a span of
two centuries. The Assyrians
conquered Samaria in 722 B.C.E.,
and deported most of the popu-
lation Their history, however,
was not ended there. In the days
of King Herod. Samaria was one
of the proudest cities of Pale-
stine.
Direct Descendants
In the year of 930 B.C.E.. a
short time after the death of Sol-
omon, old jealousies broke out
between the tribes, the north and
the >ouih. Rehoboam. the son of
Solomon, came to Shechem to
deal with the disaffected ele-
ments in a high-handed manner
and found Jeraboam. who had re-
cently returned from exile, elect-
ed King of Israel and stronger in
his position than Reheboam had
expected. He was forced to re-
treat to Jerusalem and had to
be satisfied with ruling over the
two tribes of Judah and Benja-
min.
The Samaritans believe them-
selves to be direct descendants
from the two tribes of Israel,
Ephraira and Menashe. the sons
of Joseph. They call themselves
Samarim. which they interpret
to mean observers of the law."
History records that the Samar-
itans were numerous, running in-
In the Samaritan synagogue at Holon outside of Tel Aviv.
View before the Ark shows an open scroll.
'Bith AlOlh," the House of Cod
The) have a (Cohan Hagodol,
and with him there i- a W\itical
relative who performs the bics-
Ing, always In a white n>i>c The
Bill, il read from a volume an.I
the sacred scrolls are kept In
the Ark. covered with a talhth.
revered as a Holy object, and not
used to read from When praying
they face Mount C.enzim and not
Mount Zion.
Theocratic Head
Even greater than the scroll,
they treasure a codex, which
tluy claim was written by Ab
islma. a great grandson of Aaron
How old it is has never really
been ascertained, but it is a very
acred abject in the eyes of the
Samaritans The book they read
from, like the scrolls in the Ark.
contains the Law of Moses and
are the codices of the Hebrew
Pentateuch, with a few alterations
to show the holiness of Mount
Gerizim The codex is written in
the Samaritan script, more an
tique than the Hebrew of our
day. The Law of Moses is the
Samaritans* Bible.
Leon /. til :> a reared jrt.uuo j:i!!:. and M
traveler. He ua< a member of the White H
Con/i Refugeei a member .: the I S Rej-
iqfr n at the in
Committee on European M
Geneva in IV58, .i membi Board
>f Dire. I the Jew
uJi X Union of Ami
Hib^iu C A r-'l r,f"ie'it and heir
ciijem '! Temple B S lie
rest :> the Samaruan teei
it mi ic.fax nui < i Tel Aiii
hu lirael Herewith ;- Part I
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to thousands, a remnant of Israel
remaining in Palestine after the
Assyrian conquest When the
second Temple was being built
by the returnees from Babylon,
the Samaritans offered to help
but were rejected.
Through a millenia. they kept
themselves separate and apart
from the surrounding people,
even of the Judeans. and dwin
died down to 152 souls (97 men
and 55 women) in 1901. Their
numbers, however, have in-
creased to about 1.000 or more,
of which 150 live in Israel and

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iiic rest in tiie Kingdom of Jor-
dan They believe themselves to
in- the remnant of the ten tribes
of Israel once ruled by Jera-
boam and considered Mount Ger-
izim as their sacred mountain in-
stead of Mount Zion.
Their Characteristics
There is no group in the land
formerly known as Palestine,
more intriguing than the Samar-
itans. They are mostly tall, walk
erect, have high foreheads, full
brows, large and aquiline nose.
With very few exceptions, their
physiognomy is distinctly Jew-
is. a product of a number of Se-
mitic peoples who lived in Pale
stine at that time, such as the
llittitea and the Amoritea and
other Semitic nomads who inter
mingled and married with the
Jews of thai day
Samaritans hold sacred an
ancient volume "f the Law of
Moses, and t h < 5 in lieve thai
volume was written b) Aaron,
the brother oi Most grai
Their lar._u.i_. '. :..l.u ., n .!
Aramaic, and oi I3 the mosl
learned ones among them can
Every Samaritan
sses two names, one 11.
and the other Arabh During the
rule of l ali| h omar. the) were
required to appear in public in
red turbans on their beads; al
though then native costume, es
pccially on gala occasions ax
white robes.
The Miner Differences
On the research, thev seem to
be anthropologically Hebrews bv
race and religion Their com
munal life and rituals are with
out doubt Jewish Their laws of
Shechita. or ritual slaughter dif-
fer somewhat from our own Our
laws tell us to cut the jugular
vein; while they cut above the
jugular vein Their religion
strictly monotheistic and identi
ial with tli. rest 0f Jewry, re
Jecta anthropromorphism and
prohibits all pictorialization of
the deity it ,s. ilk(. ur r,.|l/lon
an ethical religion Their syna
' mo or ,:n,,It.s
Kogues of the Jewish people
"'V n.fcr their swianoiiue
as 'KnessHh a Samaria.- and
among themselves refer to it as
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November 12, 1965
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Page 3-C
SS Shalom to Make High Holiday Cruise;
48-Day four Will Feature 12 Ports
delegates to Pioneer Women's 19th
biennial convention held in Phila-
: are standing (left to right) Mesdames
bh Bobier, Leah Notkin, Oscar Zeltzer, Rose
newly-elected national president,
mr\
M
Icyo-bound with a Key to the City from Miami Mayor Robert
I High (center) is Mike Don (right), president of Edward
. and Co.. a local equipment and supply firm. Don will
sent the key to the Governor of Tokyo at a special cere-
ny arranged by the Japanese Foreign Ministry. Philip I.
.istein (left), local manufacturers' representative, suggested
I good-will mission. Don was expected to arrive in Tokyo du-
j the first week in November. Bernstein is liaison between
rials of the two cities.
Jennie Seitlin. Fred Sandier, Kate Rose. Seated
are Mesdames Rae Weisburgh, Anna Qua-
ker, Sidney Leff, national vice president, Mil-
ton Green. Hannah Center, Julius Rubinstein,
and Moses Meyer.
Ralph McGill Will
Talk at Beth Am
Mrs. Joshua Segal and Dr. Mor-
ton Notarius have completed their
program for the forum series to
l>( sponsored bj Temple Beth Am.
Ralph McGill. editor of the At-
lanta Constitution, will lead off the
scries on Jan. 26.
March 16. the Temple will pre-
sent Gen. Maxwell Taylor, former
Ambassador to Viet Nam. and vet-
eran officer of the United States
Army.
Art Buchwald will appear on Apr.
17. Buchwald's syndicated column
appears in the Miami News.
By Special Report
A iv daj High Holidays festival
e to the Mediterranean tea
turing 12 ports of call ami a nine-
day stay in Israel will be made
m 1%6 by the Zini Lines' flagship,
s s Shalom, it was announced bj
Alfred '/.. Kis. vice president for
passenger traffic of the Zim Line-
The 25.300 gross ton luxury liner
will -ail from New York on Aug.
30. 1966. and will return on Oct. 17.
She will steam more than 12.000
miles and visit ports in Spain. Por-
tugal. Italy, Prance, Israel. Greece,
Turkey and Yugoslavia. During
the nine days at Haifa which in-
clude Rosh Hashona. the Jewish
New Year, the ship will serve as a
hotel tor her passengers, Kis said.
All ii,elusive fares begin at SI 65
A program of optional shore ex
cursions will be available at mod-
erate prices in Israel and all other
countries visited.
Kis noted that the High Holidays
Festival Cruise i- the second long
cruise to the Mediterranean an-
meed for the Shalom in 1966.
The first, a 12-da} Passovei
sailing next Mar. 18. v\ as sold out
within a lew weeks oi the first an-
nouncement, he said.
While cruising, the Shalom will
be operated on a or|e class first
class basis, will carry a full
cruise staff, and will offer a varied
],iogram of entertainment and oth-
ei cruise activities. Cruise mem-
bership will be limited to a maxi-
mum of too passengers, a little over
half of the liner's normal capacity.
The itinerary for the 48-day
cruise was carefully planned to al-
low more than the u>ual time
sight-seeing ashore ami includes
overnight -lay- at several ports,
Kis said. The 12 |>' rts of call are
Madeira. Lisbon, Palermo, Haifa,
Istanbul, Piraeus, Dubrovnik, \>'
ice. Naples. Cannes. I'alma de
Malorca and Las Palmas 'Canary
Island- l
ivel Agent Speaks to Lodge
r>r.. Kronengold appeared be-
V..,mi Beach B'nai B'nth
e as feature speaker at a
n program last week at the
Hotel.
imengold presented a film in
d aboard the Zim Israel
ship, the Shalom.
efore the showing, Kronen-
gave a general outline of
el available to the public,
engold is a past president of
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
He is treasurer of the Re-
il Board of the Anti-Defama-
League of Florida. He is
president of the American
ety of Travel Agerts. Kron-
engold is celebrating his 41st
year in the travel business.
Gershon Miler and Irving Schatz-
man. chairman and co-chairman
of the lodge weeklj luncheon meet-
ings, are arranging a schedule of
sneakers. Following Kronengold.
on successive Tuesdays at the Di-
Lido Hotel, scheduled to ad Ires-
lodge members and their Friends
arc Jack Woody, director of rec-
reation of Miami Beach, Nov. 9;
Councilman Melvin Richard, for-
mer Mayor of Miami Beach. Nov.
16; William c. Pinsley. newly-ap-
pointed director of the Florida Re-
gional Office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, Nov.
23.
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Robert Riesner has been named
president of J. M. Fields and Ja-
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president.
Food Fair's executive vice
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continue to serve the depart-
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Hebrew Academy parents had
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Room Mothers of each grade level
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Friday, November 12
1965
Sinai Hospital Garden Club
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theme i the Ursl meeting of Mi. smorgasbord table
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Crening meeting and luncheon of Bay Divi-
s.cn of Greater Miami Section, National Coun-
: of Jewish Women, was held recently at
Tcny's Fish Market. An original skit. "Stop
Council I Wanna Get Out," was featured
by the Bay Bunnies. (Left to right) are Mrs.
Lawrence Lipkin, Mrs. Maurice Bobb, Mrs.
Philip Friedman, division vice president of
wayi and means, Mrs. Florence Kahn, Mrs.
Norman Arkin, Mrs. Marge Eisenberg. Mrs.
Robert Krinzman, division vice president of
administration. Mrs. Arlene Reibel, Mrs. Ar-
thur Weider, Mrs. Estelle Klein. Seated are
Mrs. Samuel Feldman, division vice president
of public affairs; Mrs. Alvin Schlesinger, chaii-
bership; Miss Clara Trifeld. vice president of
community services; Mrs. William I. Brenner,
Section president; Mrs. Robert Childs. Bay
Division president; and Mrs. Adrian Thai,
program chairman, who directed the show
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Tom Adams Secretar) >f State Beach In order to present
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guest speaker at the sixth annual friend.
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of America, according to Jack 1)
Gordon, chairman
The .tinner dance, at which time
the sixth annual Service tor Israel
Award will be presented to Miami
IVach mil leader Hen (idler, will
take place on Sunday evening al
the Fontainebleau Hotel
Adams, who is a former mem-
ber of the Florida Senate, has
served as chairman of the Agri-
culture Committee, chairman of
the Finance n mittee, and vice chairman of the
Appropriations Committee, in
which positions he was the au-
thor of several important pieces
of legislation.
I'nited State- Congressman
Claude Pepper will make a special
trip from Washington to Miami
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all Readings." has been published
by the Bureau of Jewish Education
and distributed to all Jewish
schools, according to an announce
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president
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ited by Louis Schwartzman. exec-
utive director, includes selections
from the Torah on a weekly Sedra
basis for the entire Jewish calendar
year.
"Weekly Torah Readings" high-
lights a central idea in each Sedra
and then reinforces the central
theme with selected verses. Trans-
lation used is "Torah." recently
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Consul General *>f Israel, Shimon
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named c n of a city-wide testimon
Nov. 29 honoring Jeny Blank, a tru. t< f Variel
Hospital. H vith noted leader
Sam Blank (left), and F Will tm Burke (rigl .; of Va-
::e:y Children's Hospital, at their fust committee meeting at-
tended by some 100 local civic and business leaders.
Jewish Trends Are Viewed Here
"TrvmK in JtodaJun" wore ex-
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ting "f Shototn Lodge, B'nai
B n'h recently ,it Temple Zamon,
I oral Cables
ArringMiil h> the lodge program
ohalrman, Mel Heber, the panel
consisted of Louis Srhwartzman.
pxeeutive director. Bureau of Jew-
*h Education; Kabbi Solomon
S luff. Beth F.l C'on>;roRation. who
represented an Orthodox position.
Mrs Ida Poaton, executive
M'cratary, Workmen's Circle of
Creator Miami, who representi
.i teculai point of \ lew
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Tom
pie Beth Am, t a Reform rabbi, while Rabbi Sam
nel. Temple or (Horn, defined the
i onsen stive perspective.
The program wai moderated by
Jerry Carver, director B'nai K'rith
Youth Organisation for Creator
Miami
Each panelist was given an op-
portunity to outline a summarj of
111- point ol \ lew
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Marshall S Harris, Miami attor-
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st lecturer at the Temple Is-
rael adult education program on
the "Contemporary Jew in Ameri-
ca recently Harris discussed the
structure, needs, and problems of
the Jewish community.
Hams, in addition to his busi-
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participates in the work of the
Creator Miami Jewish Federation,
Jewish Vocational Service.
Y M II A. and other organizations
He recentlj received a leadership
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Friday. November \2.
1965
Hebrew Academy Women board members met recently in the
Sukkah of Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Berger. 4529 Royal Palm Ave.
Shown gathered are (left to right) Mesdames Dora Sandier,
S. Louis Schwartz, Sam Shapiro, Irving Firtel. Sue Hermon,
Dr. Brown Wiil Head NCCJ
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr Sterling W.
aii. educator, minister and
eminent consultant, will be !
ncially installed .is third president
of the National Conference of
Christi.ins ami Jews at the Na-
tional Conference's Board of
Trustees' annual meeting at the
New York Hilton Hotel on Nov. 14
' 15.
Admiral Lewi* L. Strauss. NtV.T
rational co-chairman, will install
l)r Brown at an official dinner
Mirviay. Nov. 14 at the Hilton, be-
ginning at 7 p.m.. in the Sutton
Ballroom.
Dr. Samuel Candy, Dean of the
School of Religion of Howard I'ni-
\, rsity, Washington, D C will de-
liver the invocation, and Rei
George B Ford former past) r ol
I irj us diristi Church, New York
i >. will deliver a Special pre
scntatioii
Richard D .tones, president of
the Christian Council 0l Christians
and Jews, will deliver a nu-
ol greetings to the group from the
Canadian Council.
Guests of honor at the dinner
will include Dr Everett K Clin
ehy, president of the institute on
Man and Science, and lirst presi-
dent of the National Conference
from 1928 to 1958. Herbert J Oi
bornne. treasurer emeritus ol the
conference and retired hank exe
cutive, will introduce Dr Clinchy.
Morris Bienenfeld, Harry Rosen, Carl Brandes, Samuel Grund-
werg, Alvin Stern. Zvi Berger, M. H. Rosenhouse. president,
chairman of the board Murray Berkowitz, Jonah Caplan. and
Joseph Rackovsky.
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a luncheon meeting Wednesda) .it
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Under the ttr-tot tupervition of the United Kaahrua Aeecoatlon of
Jir.*Jl'r MlrniSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra
Oft* HOUSE WfDMMGS BAR MITZVAHS WCIPTtOWS


Friday. November 12, 1965
'Jmnhti Fhrrtiir
/nai B'rith Appoints Dr. Sidney Nelson
As Associate Executive Vice President
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By Special Report
\siii\i!TON B'nal B'rith
nnounced tln> wet* the appoint-
.,f Df Sidnej \ri->n o( New
Vork, a former European repre
tentative of th<- American Joint
tribution Committee, as m
it executive \ Ice president <>t
.iKiO-menibtT Jewish service
organization.
During the past decade, Dr. Nel
i ,| ei tsively as JDC'a
director for Latin America, France
IMnuia ii- has a 25-year back
i md is a communit) organisa-
tion executive
B'nei B'rifh alto announced
the appointment of Yale Gold-
berg, of Washington, as director
of administration. Goldberg has
been assistant to the executive
vice president and a member of
.the B'nai B'rith staff since ltS3,
!>: Kelson, 52. began 'us career
in 19M .t; executive director <>t th-
Jewish Communltj Center in New
Jlavcn Conn lie occupied similar
l>ots in Buffalo, V Y and PlsMc.
N .1
Hi- taught sociology at Brooklyn
i iv r New Yorii University and
Hunter College and was guest lee
ti rer .it Neu Haven Teachers Col
I the i nisei.t^ of Sao Paulo
H Brazil and the University of
Dr MelsOH a< New Y'irk State
l lor '>f I'nited World Federal-
i-'- : orn 1852 to 1153 and exei u
Of. SIDrW wasow
live director of Youth l'uite Better Citizens of Tomorrow, a
Brooklyn non sectarian group en-
gaged m juvenile delinquency stu-
dies, from IMS to 1952
A native of Brooklyn, Dr. Nel-
son as graduated from the New
School for Social Research In n48.
lie received an \l \ degree from
Sew York University 119511 and a
torate in pedago u sciences
from the Free I niversit) of Brus-
sels in 1961
Family Operas Scheduled
Seventeen members ol the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami will be
featured in the Guild's first ol two
Family Operas this season, a dou-
ble feature affair consisting ol
I uccini's Gianni Schicchi" and
Woll Ferrari's The Secret of s is
anna." Both are one ad comic
to i..' presented one time
only in English ;rt Dade Count)
Auditorium on Sundaj afternoon,
No\ 28 starting at 2 30 p m
Beth Am Slates
Varied Events
Brotherhood of Tempi,. Beth Am
v. ill Sponsor an all day goH tOUT-
nament at the Rolling Hills Coun-
trj Club Arthur Jacowitz, chairman, will
l>e assisted b) Herman Feldman
and .lack Diamond This will be
the first in a series ,,f annual golf
tournaments spon-orcd by the
Brotherhood, with a perpetual
tTophj to be featured.
The annual father-child dinner
will be held on Wednesday even-
ing, NOV. 24. 6-30 p.m.. in the Soc-
ial Hall. Bernard Goodman, chair-
man, will be assisted by Norman
Weiner and Carl Laks.
Hen Cleln, chairman of the
Brotherhood, has announced that
plans for the annual interfaith din-
ner are now being made, with Carl
Laks as chairman
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Friday, November 12. 1365
ft.1 a recent committee meeting are some of the Miami Women
he American Friends of the Hebrew University who have
- tributed to the Ruth and Jack Popick Miami Humanities
I ldinq. S'.andinq (from lefV are Mesdames Leo Robinson.
z:e Meidenberg. Gussie Amdur, Jack S. Popick. Came Ro-
'- Oida C. Rubin, and lack Katzman. Seated (from left) are
V*sdames Louis Glasser, Samuel Simonhoff, David Ponve.
Trudy Hamerschlag. and Harry Plate*. Mrs. Glasser and Mrs
Ponve are co-chairmen of the Women's Dmnion project n the
Miami Build.ng. and Mrs. Rosen has contributed the, entranee
way and marquee. Mrs. Simonhoff is regional president of the
Women s Division. Mrs. Philip F. Thau (not shown) il presi-
dent of Greater Miami Women's Division.
Spear Wins
Optimist AwaH *, A
For His Service
Irvine I
ttorni j and immi diati
rnof of U Floi
timist International
ner "i 0 '','' t Int
Dist nguisl ''! Go> erm
Spear i on'y U "
from the Florida Dist
reive the award in th< [on
that th< Fl rid i Dial
n existei 11 Spi ri
award or lurpassii
mist International quotas u
!.. rship, uie membi
work, attendance and i
building
During his administrator 19 i ew
Optimist clubs were built
ida with a net increase of o>
members
Spear is a mmbr of the Mi
ami Be=ch Bar Association.
Dad* County Bar Association.
k- a recent luncheon for Women of Mesivta
'-' ah School at the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
r. exander Gross, newly-installed officers are
-ending left' Mrs. Abraham Groner Sunshine.
chairman: Mrs. Berel Wein. treasurer; Mrs.
-nan Kolko. installation chairman and life
- *-nbership, Mrs Ted Landesman. vice pres-
et of program; Mrs. Milton Simon, chap-
.; Mis. Jerome Bienenteld. vice president,
ways and means. Mrs. Sylvia Zemel, vice
president, membership. Seated (left) are Mrs.
Louis Schwartz, recordinq secretary; Mrs.
Murray Berkowitz. president; Mrs. Samuel
Zaager. financial secretary. Not shown are
Mrs. Irwin Makovsky. honorary president,
and Mrs. Morris Waldman. co-chaiiman, ways
and means.
Hebrew Univ.
Names Beachite
To Honorary Unit
Chrtei Cbafcowafcy. ol Miami
Beach, has been nominated for
membership in the Honorary Alu-
mni of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Honorary Alumni is a select in-
ternational body of Jewish com-
munity leaders organized under
the auspice- of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the I'niversity.
A special committee of the F.\c
cutive Council of the university
met on Wednesday to con-
firm the nomination Charcov.sk>
received word of his nomination
(nun Yigaei Yadin. president of
the university
Charcowak7*s contributions to
the Hebrew I'niversity in conjunc-
tion with his wife. Viola, are doea
to the half million mark A cen-
tral i>ortion ot the campus il
named Charles Charcowsky Square
:n In- honcr
Study Courses Set at Branches And on Television
lege ol Jewish Studies "f me
, of Jewish Education an
es its faculty for the coin-
school year According to
th Cohen, president, at the
. Dade Branch courses are
ed in Basic Judaism, Great
h Boi k> Elementary Hebrew,
Vii,: ii in Jewish Community.
need Hebrew. Methods of
unc m the Sunday School, and
i j i the Se ond Common-
:h
foil .wini facult) will In-
.i,.. !, i-h 'i ach< rs and stu-
re rtered
Max \ L ps hits. Rabbi Sher
,l Richtcr
Kulbi Richard M. Marcovitz.
Uabbi Samuel R Stone. Rabbi
tel II. Machtei, Rabbi Jonah
K Caplan, Kabbi Henry R Wer-
nick, RabW Daniel M Lowy.
Nathan Stern. Herbert Zvi Berger.
Benjamin Altschuler, Abraham
I. Gittelson, and Louis Schwartz-
man.
The North Dad* Branch meets
on Thursdays from 8 to to p.m.. at
Beth Torah Congregation, tost N
Miami I'- BCh Blv.l
The following faculty constitutes
the educational personnel for the
thwest Branch which meet.- at
i pit i n i Horn on Mondays from
in p in
Benjamin I doff. Saul Rabin, and
Louis Schwartzman
This branch ot the college offers
Elementary Hebrew, The Pro
I bets, Methods .>t Teaching In the
Sunda) School, and Great Jewish
Books.
The Bureau Brarch of the Col-
It 9* moots on Wednesday morn-
ings, with advanced courses in
Bible and Modern Hebrew Lit-
erature. Dr. Nathaniel SoroW is
instructor. On Friday mornings,
the Bureau Branch offers Hu-
mash and Rashi, with Rabbi
David Lehrfield as instrutor and
Adverted Hebrew Grammar
wi.S Saul Rabin as instructor.
K r id .i y '' no ns D
v II. with Hei "'it
/. as instructor.
Methi ol Teaching in the He
-. tiool, with Louis Schwartt-
as instructor
Tin- college also announces the
formation of Intel jive courses in
conversational Hebrew it > an
i :, .in courses lo be form-
ed the ond week in November.
The UTpan courses will meet at
Temple Beth Sholom.
'I he Bureau Television pro
gram, "Living Hebrew." will be
broadcast for the eighth year over
Station Wills TV. Channel 2. on
Thursday evening Beginning Mm
18. there will be a aeries Of 1".
weekly broadcasts ;it 7 p.m
Judge to Head
Dimes Campaign
In Dade County
Judge Ben .1 Sheppard, Juvenile
and Domestic Relations Court has
been appointed chairman of the
Januan fund-raising camp
gign of the Mardt ol Dinu i I j
F Wehr, chairm.it! ol the
Dade County Chapter <>f the Na
i Foundation.
Judge I, .i lawyer, for
: medical examiner and a pe-
Irician, was long active with
the National Foundation and its
fund-raising campaign, called the
March of Dimes, when the con-
quest 'I polio was the objective of
the National Foundation
MINI iHAS
Florida Bar, and American Bar
Association. He is presently
town prosecutor of Swrfside, is
a graduate of the University o-
Pennsylvania, and received
law degree from Rutoe'v Un
versity.
At R itgi rs, he was
itor of the Rutgers I *
and valedictorian ot his
ing 11
Active locallj In civic
tctnal .i sociations S|
commander of North Si
Jewish War Veterai
n li lenl "I Ihe North SI
-i club ol Miami I
lie is presently vice
i f the North Shore LodR<
B nth and has in lh<
n the Board ol Direct
Zionist Organisation of v
Surfside Music Societ)
Miami Beach Mush
; eague
---ri Rosenkranz. vice president. Retail Division of Ste-
s Tours. Miami Beach, and son, Lee, as they recently
:rded an El Al Israel Airlines jet at New York's Kennedy
-motional Airport bound for Tel Aviv. Israel where they
nded the opening of the Hilton Tel Aviv Hotel. Rosen-
unz and his family live at 2045 NE 198th Ter No. Miami
leach
les Boris Vivanfs
Lea Barn \iv.mts young adults
t\ to 35. will hold Its next km ial
on Friday evenin. \ I the
nartre H
Fighting cancer is a biq job. and the United Order of Tr
ters does its pait by supporting the work of the Tumor
at the Variety Children's Hospital. President Mrs I
chan (left) turns over a check to hospital execut-ve i
William A. Taylor, as Mrs. Max Ruthfield. vice presiden
Djvii Michaelson. woikroom chairman, and Mr= 1
gel. clinic co-chairman, look on.
3
m~m Wrl with
Wo sen-bow and the new rounaex ovua


Friday. November 12. 1965
leHlstfhrMfor
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No. Miami Besch Youths Win Top Awards
As Kiwanis Bey and Girl of the Month
ICHAll SOSSIN
Merkos Banquet
To Honor Sossin
T* Here on Nov. 21
.1 dinner of the Mer-
^M l.'lnyi ei Chinuch, education
I ubaviUher move
. hried tor Nov, 21.
v \\ i Sossin. of Miami
est ol i nor
aham Korf, regional
le Mert announced
expei ted to attract
100 kmu .it Wald-
Steven Weinin r>r
an.l Mrs Irving Weiningei il
' XF. 179th Ter ai :
!hter ol Mr in I Mrs
il 1" NE 10th
'< ere hoi red a< I
Girl ol tl e Mo I \'orth
1 i at h Ki md
i u :i!i certifii ati I
;t foi theii sen .< to th
i the commu
who w at Ba? Mrtz'
i..... at Beth Ti -
Ij served as a Sun ij hool as
siatanl u icher and club U
and now leada the Shabbat morn-
lug Alef Congregation servli -
She attends the high Khool divi-
sion of the llehrew Academy and
served as a counselor in the Sum-
mer ay ("amp
Toby has been an active mem-
ber of the Beth Torah United Syn-
agogue Youth, where she has
icrved at secretary for three
years, and chairman of the sent
mars and workshop! fur the an
nual Brotherhood weekend In ad-
dition the is a Southeastern re
gional officer, has attended the
regional conventions and the
,,.
venti m n Chicago
--. .. .. ... )i-.,i,
here he I n | resi
" ii junior
. | .
r threi j irs and sen es
Intei vi
Tvice I
Count) Vo ith

SI ba" attei B< th
Torah Relist ous s. ho I an I the
commu le M e i> r i High
i an i has assumed Ii ader-
ship rules in the United Synag i| lie
Youth Organization Steven served
as president of the Beth Torah
Chanter of United Synagogue
Youth, was elected president of
the Southeast Region this past
year, and was the recipient of the
Israeli Scholarship Award, partic-
ipating in the t'nited Synagogue
Youth Pilgrimage to Israel
Si p ing .i- coordinat ir of the
church-synagogue award program
for the Kiwanis Club is Mr Morton
Rosenbluth.
Steven Weininger and Toby Cavell hold citations
them by the North Miami Beach Kiwanis Club as
Girl of the month.
presented
Bov and
1
I


i
Acco-- -g to Rabbi Korf, Sos-
nn will t> honored "for his wt-
ttandinc rivic end religious pro-
g-arrj.' is foumier end *xtc
utive di-i:tor of tht Bleckstone
R*tirm-? Hotel.
avitcher movement
i a town in pre Soviet
voti d to Jewish edu
> is father and grand
:. -a : emb< rs ol I he mon e
- donated space in the
r .. cnapei w> e o*i
services and study
eld," Rabbi Korf said
honored Bol only for
.ml wort with the
ii [or bis intei est and
n .iiui-., causes
' "
past president of the
. ol B'i ai B'rith and
anu Ki Brotherhood, a
er "i the Miami B ach
it and a member <>! the
lub, Eats Optimists,
I lows
,n the field of geron-
- ?in is a member "t the
pr Citizens Advisory
and a member ol the
omnuasi m on Aging
leadei in I llsh
np Can Israel of Flor
pj eel of the L'lh.iviU her
i Deland. .in ler the di-
'abhi Korl
s -sit, r wife. Rhoda, and son,
. en i esidents of Mi
Bei r for 15 ye
Youth Leader
Elected Secretary
senior B irbai a Lieber
ie< re
Da le ^ il at
lal m< Oct IS
'! PI i
the
i th rier
sell in
il Hi r S-k
enci I Honoi
,,. | i -,. Chorus
i rig Palmel
' ade V ith Council, the
er dent Co inch" secretarj
years on the
.ii.. | .> HonM
lent
also immunitj Ser
an of 1 iCn.ii B'rith
>ber .: the Youth Vol
unteer Service Committee and has
lead patti South Dade mierantv
tlrei the old Perrine Baptist
ta kquartan and at the
tt Community Center
Il ad iS'egro children
W ith er man) i th Ittea, she
s':ll ma: fas to BD lint un an A
t plans I I enter i nl
neal fall to stud; either child
! -M hi >rk


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Friday. November 12. 1965
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m
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
17 Heshvan 5:13 p.m.
4>
DA"J"H ACHIM Lombardy Hutrf.
S30S Collins Ave. OrthodOK.
d<> m \< I" tfatunta) 9 .i m
----
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
iox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
- |a
In' lv-
. m .Mm
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 18th Ave.
.'Oder.- Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.

].,- Mlti
M" i <1 ''
Id 1 I B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
\ || Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
' 13 in A Cantor Jack Lerner.
1 : i ,. I". |. Ill \ in I '
Imtl I* M
, ISRAELITE CENTER 3'7SSW2?.th
St Conservative Cantor Loins
Cohen.
.
Mill n '
md Mi v r >"'" "
'. |l Mi I-... I Ml'' I' I'. I. : '
nd Mrs I .....iml Itm-aon
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 W.ishmgt-n Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Sill
/ -Ml
Mull "Hi' atlroi
KNESETH ISRAEL MIS euelWI Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abr.ih.ini S'f
I ; m lay "
. i In I
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
EETH MOSHE CONGREGATION jiwinh War Vei Tap- Collin, Ave Rev Cantor Sad, N.h-
3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. ,.. ..,.,,, ., |-..... Saturdaj nu.is. <.,,,... -
Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor ... ., |j,., r. rMilay Mill. In
>eynionr Hinkes. .. ,, Mlnehil 5 13
.. p ill
. .,n i i >. :. ruh, da Mr and
I -. !. ; > i .
" Id. -." '
Mr> Kh I
Slnnn. M
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S Kendall
Gross,
p in
I
Hebrew Lesson
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T .- : '- .
icorn "irn-a i". :
.ivstaKi
rx* rrn ppsfoiN *rs
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Kin .trtsrca *ij??3 po
=-n r'--rzr\ --.-iz
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nrWtna d'~ -n nW?n
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afrvn irrsn *:ra srBtn
nofcs Ton "n.r era nan
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tss n?K3 rrn rn .mairn
nnaan nsrn -a .Tasna
siriaua ncr w nn*n k1?
...m-r.' dvpina nai
ppn -n:-:z .in"? rs aa
.-';*:" xa -kh" nvfpn
p*as |rn*a ,nWii s?j?")i?
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i
r\s-)p] fiKn na
t r:r ? D-a"] nlairn
an:*j-"isa- ci .fpipow
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MENACHEM USSISHKIN
iver twenty \iars ago. Mcn.i
Chm L'sslahkin, president of the
.1 vish National Fund, died al his
1 Z>"
Dr.. So. Miami. Betorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
I Idas P '' > 'Mi"'1 ~'
'. N.w Tnrli Orand it,en
,,i ih. kkk Saiu da) II 13 : <<<
Mltavah Ronald, aon "f Mr and
Mi. > v moui Ruoi nthal
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Retorm.
Rabbi Samuel Jafte.
l.i> v : |. iii I' i.i", will ,i -
. -- iii. film "Tli. I'," b
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'.' TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
i. Pulp 11 irufoi
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TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOV 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman
n ~ IRT -
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w .-,,, n RT
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Washing-
Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
I'ri.l.n Pulpit |sl, Raldd
.ir. h i:- -
I'nited W> naarovi.....f AmerW i.
Katurda) 9 ;, m Ranbl Rutt'hlk "ill
ii mi I'll.- Weekly Pi i '
the Bible JunkaT t'onarraaaiUun "
, mi ui 11., arbool mbl) hall.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 1th St Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
I-1 Ida) p in PulpH tuaat. It. \
John l'..i...n,if-. I' r s I'nlta
rimr, li ; M .ii" T i I'omlng ol
\ M i .,
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
VAYERA
Abraham welcomes the three anRels into his tent.
Aa be Ml In Ihe ten! door in the heat of the day; and he
lifted up Ins >- and looked, and. lo. three men stood over
against him" (Gen. 18:1-2).
vayera cod appeared to Abraham as he snt at the door of
iiis tent In the heat of the da) Liftinf up his eyes Abraham be-
held three men (actually, angela In the form of men). Abraham
ran toward them, U>*A them into his tent, and treated them h*"
pitably ___. ., ,
One of Ihe angell foretold that in a year Sarah would b<
son The other angela wenl on to Sodom to destroy the city be-
cause ol Its wickedness: only Lot, Abraham's righteous nephew,
was i" I"' saved God revealed this plan to Abraham, who plead. I
that Sodom )* saved for the sake of the righteous persons living
in it But it turned out that Sodom could not be saved there
were nui ten righteous persons in the whole city i.ot was saved,
and lived in a cave There his two daughters bore him two
Benammi. or Ammon. and Moab.
In fulfillment of the angel's prophecy. Sarah bore a son.
who was named Isaac When the lad area up. Cod tested Abra
ham's devotion b) bidding him offer Isaac as a sacrifice Abra
ham prepared to cany mil God's bidding; at the last moment, an
angel intervened, and Isaac was saved, Abraham had passed
the hardest trial of all
Thi recounting of tha Waakly Portion of tho Law is a*
tractod and baaod upon "Tho Graphic History of tha Jewish
Haritaoa" aditad by P. Wolltnan-Ttamir, $15. Publisher it
Shengold, and tho woluma i available at 27 William St., Now
York 5, N.Y. Prtsidont of tha *oeity distributing tha volume
H Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
,n# unfsti -y-z^ -:z-
z-:z ^vrtift na;i?n p"
nnyoa ~-p: wn .]"pr*oi:>
c^*n .D"D^n"iri ~v~ ^-P:
.JIT nCU3 HIS'?? 1^?1?? TEMPLE EMANU*EL7tT0t
ton Ave. Conservative Ri
nap :in*3 nai mp nai
T*n ?a nx vipxz- r*?:n ~r
t t <: '
'.Sx-itr nrTO n^^'? jvm
."fHOD T^n 73p T*pr*ois
^a -imn mn-a i^ nip
'ji nD*o"i3Txai rroioia
t ; t t .
Abraham's Gesture Proved
His I nderstanding of God
.napcr:
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moms Kip-
per.
r Ida) ". |, in s. rmon "Immunil
l'..\. :
Itobbi Creenwold
skeletons of
-,,.-.;- -, IQ-n rtXTt TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
"V"V I ': '',- Cooservat.v.. Rabb. Mayer Abram-
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TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
xin .T'rrxn nyinn ?r i-. ,i> v r. ,..n. .<. i-i..n n..w ix.m
l*"1 i' "*'-' ": '-' Vlu-i We Wall fr l'ici
inn. iii honur "( AnnlHtU'i l*a>,
.i. h -ii War Voti i i Hal rj h ">-
ii. n. s i !.i-Uaj Harbor i- ::s.
a ill inaki tatlun erf
trrroa d nnn^ro ?-;
. t :
l ganda remains one of the most
dramatic in the history of
Zionism.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 1th St.. Miami. R.ibbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman
p Ida] in -'. rn "ii: "Whol Kwi
ll:i|,I,, i >-.| I., .liisiiii Katunla) l"
i in i: ii M ,' i -ii "f Ml
and M:- w M i,iii n
But Usaishkin was a great type rEMPLE SINAI 0"F NORTH MIAMI.
11. ne in .lemsalem He u.is buried of a person by nature Also a Temporary office 18 ne i64th st
, .he Mkanor cave on Mount Zionist, be dealt manly with ac JbaW^Aaia^Oaiilel m Lowy
Scopus Today the cave is in the tual deeds Me as among the ...... n. .. ... ,
U-rritoi of Jordan. bunders of the Hebrew teachers' [ y i.
organiiaUon In the country. Af- Sew'-Th/! V*
sBd so a queer thinj; happened: ter World War I. he ippared be-' nw
grave of the man who devoted [ore the Peace Conference and ~ M
all of hi life to the redemption apoke in Hi brew in Ihe naim ol a
ol the il" is outside the territory tl,,. Russian Jews. Tn was reallj temple tifereth j*cob 951 e
... ., l" *th Ave Hiateah. Consn vative.
n the State of Israel s revohitionarj step, for the Heb-
rev, Langua e was then not a ipo
ssiahkin received a traditional
< icath n. At the beginning, be
Studied In a "theder" and latei
stx ndarji ichool and the I id
I sit \ "! Moscow
ken language; it was spoken onlj
iiu c raaj i iple" .
4th
Rabbi Maurice Klein
' '.
Iay, in, Imtk War Vi
a 1
raker. II, ndrlk 1 rn*
-ihl.il .1 ml |i il.l.-h, r nl Hi. I
I. 111 1 hi. i- M. 11 .,.,,.. ,| 1,,
' w v nd hu lad bj Mi 11 ml \i 1 1
i 1 her I.'
-.. 1 'l:i> : .1 Ml
later lie came to the country
1 Israel 1 and built his home Aj
the director of the Jewish N.i
After the program of the latei tlonal F|U1(, he boughl large tracts tifereth israel
IV n century, he joined the IJilu of |ad amonK tnpm ,nt, vatj,., of a.. Conservative.
Zionist movement and so began nuheh._
the Zioi 1st career of I'ssishkin.
N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
Wernlck
, .,, ...
One* Sli.'i..,', boated b>
In the cities of the country. Kiaivrhund Katurda) ) a. in .- m. n
"ii
ssishkin was the strong man many slreets ^^ ltu. nanu. ,',, r.Ti,..,, ,.< ti. u
01 the Zionist movement He led Lsslshkin ai^ Kfar Meiuchem youno israel wo ne trial St
ran against great leaders. Mis js namr war against Herzel in connection' P ^'"^'v ,' *-r.
v -h me settlement of Jews in d'uMi-herl by Brith Ivrith Olamithi MlmhuTi: ,'""*
By Rabbi Zevi I. Cretnwild
In the latter p.ut of the Sidra
\ ay era, ihe storj >>f the Saci
oi isaai. or \i...i.ih is related
riiis event plays
.1 cardinal part
in our belief.
faith. theology
ind religion
The occurrence
of human SBCrl
fice. espeeiall>
that of children
/ not union 1
mon in the anc
lent world. Re-
cently, when ex-
cavation* were
ma ') 1 r t hplace of
Abraham a small
C e 111 e t e r y was
discovered where
young children were found, buried
in urn-, who had been offered as
sacrifices, according to the sclent-
ists an(| archaeologists
The Bible abounds in reference
to Infant sacrifices In in-ut. 12 30
31 WC read
The Sacriiicial Paradox
"Then take heed to th>sell lh.it
'Sou be not snared bj following
them, after thej have been des-
troyed from before thee; and that
thou Inquire not after their gods,
laying, Mow did these nations serve
their gods? Even so will I do like-
wise Thou shah not do so unto the
Ix>rd thy (Jod. for every abomina-
tion to the Lord, which he hateth,
have they done unto their gods;
for even their sons and their
daughters have they burnt In the
fire to their <>ds '
'Ihen. why ih>es the Akadah. the
sacrifice of Issac, occupy such a
lofty place In our religion, when
Others did the same for their
gods and were ondemned" The
answer can Im- deduced li> exam-
ining the text of this occurrence,
and taking into consideration Abrs
ham's background and the atti
hide of the peoples of his time, in
re ard to their gods Abraham's
Tln fdge u -c;\i'c\i in >"
operation anlh rfir (;rejrrr \!
ami Rubrnnuu.' .\.. .jtien
1 ddistof 1,1 festuret j;-
pearmg hrrr in
DM MAX 1 IPSCHiTZ
ipinttsal leader ,.j Bath Terah
Congrrgattosi 0/ \orth Mumi
Beach
rontemporari) a believed tttan 1 > of
fering sacrifices to Wela, they
would obtain protection an; inst
their enemies and granted htalih
;ui 1 good fortune Hence, hey
aimed 1>> it to forestall capricious
harm that the gods theniM Kes
mithi w.int to intsicl upon them.
To forestall such a possibility,
these people felt they must bring
sacrifices, even human sacrifice*,
to propitiate tke god*. And this ar-
:. Dgemenl was made on a strictly
business basis the greater the
favor and the expectation, the
greater the sacrifice to be made.
The Highest Idealism
Abraham discovered the Sup-
reme Deltj A high concept of t;od
developed, namely, the Creator
if the universe and Father of all
mankind, who does not desire any
sacrifices If we make offerings
unto Him. they must be as a con-
sequence of the spirit of thankful
in ss inaplrvd in us but not as
a reciprocal arrangement. 80
when Cod called upon Abraham
for the supreme sacrifice of his
only and beloved boo, no reward
was tn ix> expected for that act.
Rather, II was to he pure obedience
to the will of the Almighty
This is ;i high kind of idealism
rhktl Abraham's iontemp< lies
could not easily follow and which
was beyond their comprehenMon.
The Sidra declares Ylo 1 hosji-hto
es bincho ea yechidcho mimeni,"
"You have not withheld f-om
Me your only ami beloved son."
that is to say, without reward and
remuneration To guide his con
temporaries to understand this,
was no small accomplishment for
Abraham In our spiritual ear we
can still hear the echo of the
laughter and derision of Ahra-
h.1 ms adversaries and skeptics
Perhaps they might have gradu-
ally accepted Abraham's belief
and decision in regard to Isaac's
sacrifice
No Symbolic Judaism
Hut then, immediately Cod gave
him another commandment "Al
tishlooh yodcho al ra naar v.t il
ta as lo ma-timo""Do not stretch
out your hands, and refrain from
inflicting any kind of incision.''
even of the smallest dimension, not
even a symbolic sacrifice. Now
Abraham was confronted with a
dilemma of great magnitude He
reasoned: How can 1 possibly en-
lighten this people, that God wants
only the sacrifice of the spirit,
and the only incision to be made
is into the stone hearts of men.
This was the most difficult task
to fulfill
..... .- tv-. -.lf.how and the new rounaer ovu
^^eTsoft cnine Md with a -U bow ana


Jay,
November 12, 1965
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Syria Accuses Israel of A-Threat



,i> Menornh Sisterhood plans its Book c:
-cues. Left to right are Mrs. Rose S
I tnd Mrs. Annettee Harris, co-chcirman
I veek in the Social Hall of I\ n ""
.wed "Heizoq." by S iu
Israel Fears that U.S. and France
[eady To Bail Out Nasser Again
S \l I'M J1 \ Concern plai i
. pd by Israeli sources ; >p,s ,,-,,., economic i
. week over nuin .iii>>n r
| i ii I such a hi lu.m-! luiion ,>r
I i ruled Slat< and l i am t
[ ere preparing to bail out French suppul will, experts
I int Nasser whose id l reetainl) be usi I
I appeared to hav sunk Egyptian propaganda purposes.
I lott 'in in recent months ,.
t mil-.I Malts iiiilicjti'ii'.s of
Is from Paris Hut tin- ,
Tench Government waa pltnaing ,,lanN '" remme l--"'-^"-' "a
ctend .. S30.000.000 credit to surplus commadnies, however,
I \ iser regime were viewed*-**"* viewed here as direct as
bolster-in Nasser's prest si'tance to N'assei economy,
: ol the credit reportedly What particularly, concerned I-
[ ,,.,,1 |,, |,lls ,,., cargo raelis here were reports that the
proposed fresh United States .i ii
___^^__^^^_^^_^_. -', ms ii i belief in Washington
ih.il Nasser i~ thr most stabli
UNITED nations iJTA) -
Israel was accused by Syria here
ilns week of threatening prolifi a
lion ni nuclear weapons in the
Middle East through its atomic
research The charge was voiced
in the General Assembly's top
mittee, the committee dealing
v ith major politic al and security
Bachir Sadi k Sj
ic| cscntativc
porting .i Soviet resolution
i h calls (or an International
1 re; Ij to pn hibit further dis-
nuclear weapons,
Mr Sadck told the committee
'
tti rition tn the fact
i Middle East re in,
ines
on the horizon All
I able
la it : l-
tn m;i-k the SC
i ar research,
lor ca
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Libya called on the United
Nations to ep>l Israel for "defy-
ing" the world organization by
refusing to admit the Arab re-
fugees and "ot the very least"
to impose economic sanctions
ig.iinst Israel for "failing to rec-
ognize the unquestionable deter-
mination of the refugees to re-
turn to their homeland."
These proposals were advanced
in the General Assembly's Special
Political Committee, now in it >
second week i>l debate on the
Arab refugee problem, by Libya's
representative Anothei speaker
Hamiz Aziz, of Afganistan
told the group that his govern-
ment "supports the alms of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion." The PLO is now recruiting
Arab refugees for war against Is
Both speaker* supported, ;,- in-
ttrim moves extension for ;i five-
year period ol the mandate of the
I niU I Nations Belli l and W rki
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if
Students Probe Possibility
Of Anti-Semitic Motive
milted free exercises of their reli-
gion and are given excused i -
i nces tor ull Jewish holidays
k#
v
r
BALTIMORE .ITA The
Diamondback, the Btudent news-
paper 'if the University of Mary-
land, denied this week th.it any
motive of anti Semitism was in-
to charges "f antl S<
mitism was due to "a misunder
standing b) the editorial writer"
oi the new Diamondback Noting
that he ha l also investigated the
rolved in a recent incident in which incident, Rabbi Greenberg said
i
Wf
vv'j
:- -j
Sidney M. Schwartz of Miami Beach, a national
I resident of the Brandeis University National Women's
: fee, is shown with Dr. Neal Gross, of Harvard Univer-
i rt a leadership development seminar at the Brandeis
Ermpua in Waltham. Mass. Some 25 key women from across
,i :y attended the recent three-day intensive session
by Dr. Gross. Mrs. Schwartz will poon visit chapters
Palrr. Beach. New Orleans and Houston, to be followed
a special convocation and dedication of the new Science
Inclave at Brandeis on Nov. 27.
Germans Investigate
Nazi Document Chief
!1 I ft! ART JTA The
., nment "f Baden Wuert-
.. i -aid this week it had stai I
ition Into Soviet
that En m Schuele, chief
tor !. r the Investigation of
Crimes Center in I u Iwiga
participated In Nad war
, in oi cupied Ruasla.
, ipok< man for the state goi
. ent said tlut documents in
i -rt <-f the Soviet charge! had
en submitted to the Waal tier
^i.,n Embassy. He said all of that
ate rial was transmitted to the
tuttgart general prosacutof.
The Commuimt campaign
I against Or. Schuele ba^an lat
February when the East German
Communist new agncy charged
hat Dr. Schul* had bean a
mfinter of tha Naii Party,
scrvad at a Naii court iudg*
and had b*an a mamber of the
SS.
lr Schuele called those i h
"a pack "t lies" and said he had
onl) been a can for Nazi
Party membership The Baden-
wuerttenberg government then
il had confidence in Dr
Schuele
'I he Soviet charges Mid that Dr
Schuele alleged!) committed war
crimaa u member of the Gar
man army in Tchudowa, I town
near Novgorod l>r Schuele said
tboee charges also wan without
foundations
an instructor in a German class
- i iled an examination tor the
fit 1 day ot Ro.h llashona The
paper had earlier reported that
the m-truetor later canceled the
examination
In an editorial commenting on
protests arising from the papers
repofl on the incident, 'from peo-
ple who read all editions of ramp-
ant anti-Semitism into our previ
editorial," the Diamondback
nci I that it had "conducted
an investigation of the problems
ot the Jewish student on this
campus" and that it ha I found '"no
trace ol anti-Semitism in any area
this University's administra-
tion
Referring to the ircident in-
voking the German instructor,
the editorial said that it was a
mixtp "subject to misunder-
standing" and added: "We are
convinced that neither the de-
partment nor the teacher acted
intolerantly, but the action and
words of both were misinter-
preted."
The paper cited the university
ition policy which pro-
vides that all absences for religi-
- reasons are excused and takes
the stand that no examinations he
. i\ en ,.n religious holidaj s It
noted that calendar- ale Supplied
to all departments and religious
holidays are generallj taken into
i consideration
In another statement. Rabbi
Meyer Greenberg, Hillel director
at the university, said that the
original report on the incident giv-
that Hillel had "found the admin
i-1rati.>ii generally understanding
of the rights and needs "i religious
groups and cooperative in the solu-
tion of problem situations Unlver-
sit> policy is very clear." he de-
clared, "Jewish students are per
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Friday. November 12, 1965
The Wild
Party
By MAX LERNER
Rabbi Lowy Views
Sholom Aleichem
Tin- contribution ol sholom A
chem to Jewish li <" modern Jew was discussed bj
bi Daniel Lows at services of
Ten pie Sinai ol North Dade ""
Friday at the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 699 NE 167th St, al
8 15 p in
Junior Choir ol the Temple pre-
sented the music from "Fiddler
on the Hoof" during the One| Shab-
bat. Members <>t the choir are
Ronald Marmer, Jack Wool, Mil-
rj Gttlltz, Harriet Cook*, Judatl
i iry, Renee Shafran, Patti Sba
fran, Marlene JaRo, Sheri JaRo,
losh Rodstein. Jeri Rodsteln, Su-
. ii Birnbnch, Connie Miller. Bene-
Two summers ago it waa rich youngsters breaking the furniture
: a wild party at Southampton Last summer it was almost as rich
youngsters living and drinking it up at a wild party at Darien. This
b nmer u was a couple ol hundred not so rich youngsters whooping it
up with liquor and drugs at a wild party at Cast Hampton The scene
changes, the Image Of the V/Ud part) remains Maybe it i- what the
! the people require
When the police broke Into the dance at East Hampton they were
eked and sickened L what they described a- an "orw Given ..............
the character of eonleiqppra/y dancing and drinking, among oldei ,., Brown, Man Rr.wn cnarieno
pie m well aa the young, it doesn't take much to look like an orgj siegel, Edward Upton. Joel Lip
,idera who have been waitini expectantly and whose Imaginations ,,,n. Susan Swift and Franctna
ve been working overtime. Jaye
The sad and serious phase of it. and the one that reauj troubles
is On drugs Thai i> worth
* *
I take it that while there was some police talk of heroin at first,
the drug problem at this partj was not heroin B\ lumping even
K .i ol drug i otic under the term "dope" we forget thai
, a class Structure Heroin, at once addictive and destructive. i>
inlj the problem of the depressed slum minorities it is not con
sidered smart in the colleges and among the Beats. LSD, on the other
- primarily s college cult. Marijuana is the link between the
_ that of the Slum and that of the college campus
The kids al the raided dance seem to have had marijuana, and
aNo a number of sugar cubes soaked in LSD, For most of the college
boo] youngsters who try marijuana it is an experimental
thing The belief alonj the grape vine is that it heightens your per
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tsh War Veterans of the Unit ed
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ning, it was announced by Com-
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Ser\ues drill be held at Temple
r.eth Kodesti n'i SW l.th Ave.. at
thing The belief along me grape vine is man n.-,,,..,,- .... ,- '"',,, ,.,,, w,u ^ conducted
options makes you fed good, and that you can stop taking ll ''VbbMxShP.ro
vou are nol a damn fool about it Actual!) tins is a rosy picture It by Rabb, M.,x Shapn
isnl something to lx- played with under the overall umbrella ol the
a esl tor new experience.
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Nor is LSD. Of the growing literature on LSD, my first choice
mid be -The Reyond Within."- by Dr. Sidney Cohen (Atheneum), a
tn-ok Which is at once lucid, critical, and readable on a subject where
much of the writing has been inflated LSD is today the most popular
oi a number of hallucinogens-- drugs that induce hallucination
During her recent s winq
thiough the Orient, Surtsicie
Councilwoman Rhea Gash-
man Gladwin receives a key
from Dr. Chaman Yuvapui-
na, Lord Mayor oi Bankok,
Thailand, through his city
manager. Mrs. Nan Daka-
Suprcibhatanan.
LEGAL NOTICE
their annual picnic on Sunday,
\,,\ u, at Matheson Hammock.
The organization will once again
be host to and entertain a group of
children from the Dade County
Children's Home in Kendall, as
well as a number of servicemen
Force
Judge Folk Eyes
Circuit Court Post
In May Election
lmi oi nauuiiuus< ". -r......-.......... from the Homestead Air
This is not the place to discuss the complex problem of what these jJ;i>(.
drugs do to those who take them and how they do it or the balance
sheet of beneficial and harmful effects. I am ready to believe thus,
who. after taking a drop of LSD. have reported experiencing visions
ol delight and glimpsing the wonder of the world. I am also ready to
bvheve that for manv it has been a religious experience, a kind of
psvchie death and rebirth, similar to what the religious mystics have
experienced Nor do I doubt that il lias proved useful in mental
therapy and in the treatment of alcoholism, and that military experts
are thinking of it for its uses in warfare F ... f..nT,a|iv ,m
what I can-, agree with la the notion that a youngster of high J^ge Jack A^Faftform any a
achool o: colic,., age should be sucking on those cubes and launching '' ,orth into the unknown as part oi a fad or Just for kicks. If the ex ^dld"J &.fJEg
perieno as it Is called is an Important one. then it should be ap yM t lfM m (.(im laudo
proached with maturity by those who can remain masters of it. I H ldu>te (lj .,. University of M.
has potential danger because for eight hours a process takes place ^^ ^ u^ ,u> s(.rv(.(, M
verj similar to a psychosis, then those dangers must be recognised dmrm m f Kl-t nt;. Bar Grie\
, what th( and the decision about exploring the new realm ol
erience should be taken with the counsel ol a trusted person
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In ll""1 he was named by Col-
lins to the Criminal Court bench,
and in l^i2 was elected eoiiiHv
The real question for us. whether about marijuana or the hallu
cinogen. is what it is that drives young people to them, ll we sa) thai
. dli it for kicks the question persists: wh\ do they need kicks'
would think that the wholi of social and cultural explosions
und them, and the quickened change, would be kicks enough for
VH the fact is th.1 the tensions surrounding them give a feverish je .* jjjjjjl JfSJ,, Jfi
,f,C .piarrtv to their lives but have the effect of numbing them f** fj g!Sff Of Temptt
within The boy* who play in the orchestras in a summer resident e
like the Hamptons, the girls who work ;i. waitresses, the boys and girls
who crowd the discotheques are living m a strange new- world which
r families never experienced and never prepared them for it is al
once dizzying and numbing for them The drugs are one kind oi Bru-
it is a distorted answei Bui 1 don t believe that a police crack-
down and headline sensationalism is the way to find the right one Jusl
rouagstan trj to find shortcuts to experience, buying them in
niceis Or eigatnU, the older people are using shortcuts in dealing
with the young by police raids, and by denouncing the wickedness
sinfulness, and beardedness of the beatniks Each generation will have
to do better. They might start by talking to each other, and by some
- uall doom f trust, to replace the paralyrmg distrust that prevails
between them today. ________________________
there Is
ONLY
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More than 150 senior high
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UHA collected more than $500 for
thl United Fund drive.
An entire dav was set aside for
tliLs community service effort.
Ronnie Stevens, vice president of
Kappa Petta Pi. and Roz Marks,
president of Omega Delta Psi, co-
chaired the event.
Miss Betty Gray, volunteer ser
vice director of the United Fund,
met with the youth to discuss the
organization of the drive.
Miss Marcia Pearl, teen worker
at the "Y," was in charge of the
campaign
President of the President's
Council at the T." Bobby Wex
Jer. described the event as one
of the first in a series of overall
efforts by the Y" Teens to be-
come more involved m our com-
munity.-'
Wtleoma Wigon International, wrth
ovar 5 000 hostessas, hat more
than thirty yiars axperienca in
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No 6SCH502
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CIRCUIT COURT.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 6SC 11114
JOHN A PACUBS,
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Statute*, in their offlci-a m ih, Colin-
irthouse in Pad.- County, 11"i-
Ida. within m\ calendai......ntl
th.- time "i iio- flr-i publleaUon here-
of, ,.i the aauio w,n be barred
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CIRCUIT COURT.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 65C 11118
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Pla nt it f.
vs
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'notice" BY PUBLICATION
you, JOHN RICHARD SW AIV 1
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., rVe a copy : anawi r to I"
vorce Complalnl fil< 'I Btnitt >"|i <
Plaintiff* attorni y, i-" ''
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Miami, Flu -i"1' file orlslnal wl
Clerk "f thl* Coll ......fore >
V. Mil" ... hi wbM
in be ronfi 'l by you.
DATBH: ik-tobei 14, IM-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68649C
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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PAN AMKItl'AN HAN I'HAG CO
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I Acta o( 1941
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^Thla Notice ahall be publlahed once
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Dad* Oiunty, I'loii.i'. IhM ih d.iy
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NOTICL BY PUBLICATION
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or i.. loii 8th day IJecamber.
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:.t will 'o- '- uu'i bl
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i: b UBATHKRM VN
Clerk, I'ir.- ni i'"
H K M llMAN
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11,5-1!
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA 22138
KnTICE IS IIERBBV HIVBN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68579C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE UNDER
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mill r the flctltloua name i
Bi c p [, ..;lr;-u wrm
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Clerk of the Circuit I ourl of I '
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
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ki iii, \ nii za.'.kk iN"n:i:NATi..N-
m. ., 140 W -'Till si Hlatoah, Fla,
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. .1111 I "OUrl "I I M'le
County, Florida
BERTRAM KI l:I.ANI>.
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CARL ZAOKR
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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of WAl.Ii i'i.''i: Ltd al M Hat
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the underaianeil, d. *lrlna
i : -- m.I, r the fl. tltlous name
.1 ,v ii \-s. \ PBS INC. m Si
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