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

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

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' "Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKLY
~^f Number 47
Miami. Florida. Friday, November 19 19G5
Two Sections Price 21t
*W(ij<>r CJFWF Assembly Problems Reviewed
A -urn
of the
of t ru-
inations and
i, closed ItS
Sunday, !
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teTREAi r \
ot Uw "R'",s

Ifil "'
ire I
i-h communi
tin- year not
hat the) should
, done and ho
it can be di..... best, but Rave spe
cial attention to the "why" and
what [or" h\ these activities
AooM be conducted at all. and
why hy the Jewish community and
for what purposes and Roals.
"T h i $," he emphasized, "re-
flected in part, reconsideration
of the relevance of what Jew-
ish community organizations do
to the prime issues of the times
Jewish, American and Cana-
dian, and worldwide. And the
Assembly looked particularly at
what Judaism uniquely can bring
to the resolution of these issues.
It was said that the great mo-
mentum and success of federa-
tions and welfare funds should
not ignore the problems under-
neath." Among the clarifications
in the Assembly discussions.
Mr. Bernstein said, were the fol-
lowing:
l The extension <>( government
scrvici and of non sectarian pro
grams often pressed Jewish agen-
cies '<> do mon not less The}
open up new opportunities for
Jewish services rather than only
close e\i 2) Within the Jewish commun-
ity, it I- not necessary" to eliminate
or reduce some services in order
ii ncrcaM or create others For
example, the extension of Jewish
educat;on need not be at the pine
ol rehabilitation. Each aervici
should be maintained, increased or
decreased in relation to needs, op
port unities an productive action.
3) Additional funds often are
the answer to problems, but not al-
ways, "We must know what to do
wi*H the funds, be ready to use
them effectively, and have the
skilled personnel to do so. Bern-
Stein stressed
The agenda of the Assembly
itseli was a concrete answer in
part to the question of relevance
Continued on Page 7-A
[onservatives
|ve Future
the I .S.
E. S.:- cial Report
N V Up
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. u stti set
.a uricd limit his-and Icrusa lein, :hi
*. erica ''.' ling .it five day nited
id that
was that the
ind the
ere lead-an I gave 1 more im i had "a
i ng trom their od deeds "
Aside fro 'i everything els*
t has to dona to ameliorate
condit Hie poor, what
Mcessa to create a sys-
1 c- 3 person can
uoals which will
in his own
- -elstein de -. emi nt f i:ough
Page 5 A
.Ci 1 SRAEl
Jews Urged to Know
More About Selves
Exec
Cities Old
(izi lies
lilt.
H Ai Or A!
counselor of
1- rnbassy in iv
categorical!) here
had t'< en a mem-
w Cross, the Nail
ary, as charged bj
apen
liter carefully examining a pho-
cop) ut his alleued Arrow
" i mbership card, printed
nan Communist news-
' week, and reprinted in
Israi pi ess. Dr Toerock said
Purported Arrow Cross mem-
J^hip card was a forgery. He
W th tacts that the card shown
I the newspapers listed his moth-
[* rHiyion as Catholic, whereas
*a< a Lutheran, and that his
CantinwoeJ on Pag* ll-A
H .'. : : oi Bos-
ton w is elected ent ot
the Coui wish Fi

Louis Stern, of
the 34th G. :
As ol CJFWF at its
adinq session in Men
.Sunday.
British Oh
Genocide
Convention
I ONDON -H". n c Bt
,,.h ninent has decidexl to
. |, to the United Natio Cm
,cide, Mim>ti
!'. son told the
ns hen Moi
Sir Barm II
ewish La
v., : I'arlian enl
Sir Barrett said that the de
c (ion by me Government would
te c'erable interest to the
,rt,ie civilised world and to the
Jewish community in particulai
In announcing the decision, Mr.
i that the Gov rn
ititfied thai the Ira-
(|. 0..... i hi o' .i lylum for the
, enu ne political f> titlve, eon-
lor which had prevented
British accession to the canven-
lien would not be prejudiced.
.... i mted Nations, it was
Continued on Page 1j-A
MONTREAL IJTA) No i n
- with so large a program
. ish communal service .is
\mei ican Jew ry km w s so
it it sell .i- di es \ ii an
Ihc 34th Gi lei il \ si mbl>
i ncil ol lewish Federa
vVi [fare f un is was told
last week
Louis stem of Newark i FJVi I'
t, told the 1.000 Jewish
imunal leaders at the Assembly
the American Jewish corn-
know more aboul
He noted th :t even the i -
limate of the number of American
Jews is onlj a guess Remarking
that i Median .lews hnve censua
.lai.i about themselves he said
\miriean .lews "don't know our
birth rates and death rates We
know how manj we are gain-
or losing through intei
rhere are t loo few facts" on tin- issue
. Jd the communal leadi rs
To fill the to, he added, the
CFJWF was now planning the
first comprehensive national
.u.-iv of American Jews over a
three-year p?nod. He estimated
the ccst of the study at about
S5;0.GC0. tne money to be sought
from foundations. He said the
study would provi-.'e the first ac-
cuute data on age patterns, ge-
ographic distribution, economic
status, family size, the Jewish
intermarriage rate, education,
occupation, synagogue affilia-
tions and participation in organ-
ized Jewish communal life.
He said the stud) will show "not
on!) who we are but also what we
ure, what our communities an
liki v hal our people are like.
.. hat the) thii k at* ut their Ju
. a ism and what the) do about it."
He di-. I< sed thai in preparation
.or th assembly, the CJFWF
Continued on Page 15-A
Israel Figures Final;
Vlapam Party in liicl
Rl'SALEM t*A
. 1- shkol s Mai Ich-
Ihe
Uh accordii
im
i
\| shi I
In tl ist Knesse I i
had 4! seats
I on the fficial n turns.
Herat Liberal Caha! list was
alioted -t; seats, compared with 27
in the last House, the National Re
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sti hi said thai 1.244
[is, representing 83 per
Continued on Parje 3-A
VIEWS CIVIL RIGHTS
IAIIC Chief
Warns Of
MeCarthyism
By Special Report
SAN FRANCISCO Rabbi M
\ Eisendrath, presidenl ol
lie L'nion of American Hebrew
n gations Sunday night warn
,,i ol a developing climate of
Nei MeCarthyism" in our nati in
, ;, tends to equate dissent on
foreign and domestic is-
es with disloyalty
In the keynote address before
e 48th generj bii
\1H" at the Masonii \ U-
- : ath told the
than 3.000 la) an I rabbini<
-. (rum the L'nitc
that We mast le
n end to I y '
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tin imati

Cont.nued on Pa^c 8-A
Kislak Will Head '66 CJA
Jav 1 Kislak. prominent in South
Florida philanthropy and pre-i
dent of the .1 I. K.slak Mortgage
Corp.. has accepted the post of
chairman of the 1908 Combined ,
Jewish Appeal campaign.
The appointment was an
nounced by Joseph M. Ijpt:
president of the Greater Miami |
lewish Federation, which sponsors
the CJA.
As chairman ? Ha Camblmd
Jewish Appeal, the fund-raisino
branch of tha Graater Miami
Jewish Federation, Kislak will
spearhead the second largest
philanthropic campaign in the
community which through one
combined appeal serve* more
than 50 efenciea locally. naHon-
ally one! overee**.
The Combined Jewish Appeal,
second in size only to the United
Fund, serves the personal needs of
more than 500,000 men. women
and children around the world.
"We are extremely pleased."
said Upton, "that Mr Kislak has
accepted this important position
for our 1966 campaign. He has
done much for the general welfare
of our entire community.
We are looking forward to a
I
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. 37.978 votes were
I xhe allotment of
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Mr.
gshkol considering
cMlttlOfl Cabinet of 1 min-
:;rs ompared with 16 in the
in9 Cabinet, W.ow.n, th.
*'" by the oppo.Hon
Lam P" !! ne.t coalition, the i>ewsp..
Z Davar the Hi*tedrot or9en,
ported. The enlarged e.b.net
could be made up of 10 Mapai
representatives, two from Avo-
dah three from the National Re-
ligious Party, two from Mapam,
and one Independent Liberal.
Kshkul indicated that ho would
welcome the return id the Mapai
ranks, of some of the dissidents
who brakB aw.iv from Mapai to
join Hafi. In an address at Tel
Aviv. Mr Kshkol said he believed
that "an errant minority" had l>e-
come "Involved in this adventure
for various reasons, but they will
return to the family."
lie warned Mapai, as well as the
alignment, to
ture The party should now begin
to ensure the confidence of tho
nation by virtue ol Its day-to-day
work He urged the inclusion ;<
"look to the future, same time, that Mapai "must not the part; and in the HJstadrut
and backward to the affairs that ,,,., ,, nu. laurels won in the elec leadership of "the young and vil I
occurred in the past." lie told the tion. Victories." he stated, are not element-" among the members i
Mapai Central Committee, at the perpetual, nor assured tor the fu both organizations
HELP DEVELOP
Ben Gurion is Sick
wiy [JTA) Former l'nme Minister David Ben-
.,. confined to bed last weekend after suffering an
ness lie had bet n feeling weak -wee Thursda)
irion's doctor- said that the former Premier became
during the recent election campaign
I i ii old Israeli leader's condition was declared to
-..,,.,.' oved" Wednesday However. Mr Ben-Gurion i- -'ill
I )i- home. While -till on the -ick li-t. doctors pel-
to meet with a number of vi-itors at his home.
reddy Kolleck New Jerusalem Mayor
because of Political In-Fighting
- I \1 .JTA) Ted-
Bv Kolleck, well known in the
states .1- the directorgen-
I rs ol the Prime Muns-
here, and as head of
l ;.. Government Tourist Of-
on the post of Mayor
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j'nmg ol JfwiiK Hiitory.
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Although he ran in the N'ov 2
election- a- a meinber of Kali, the
dissident group organised by for-
mer Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, he had received what was
called a "phenomenally large"
vote.
An agreement to declare Kolleck
a- Mayor, to succeed .Jerusalem's
long-time chief executive, Horde-
chai 1-h Shalom, wa- signed here
Sunday by the members >f the
Municipal COUOCil elected b) Kafi.
Gabal (the Herut-Liberal Party
.ih nni.'iiti. Anudat Israel and the
National Religious Party This city
coalition will give Kolleck's ad
ministration 14 ol the Municipal
t ouncils 21 -eat.-. It will leave in
. osition the members elect-
, ,i b) the Mapai Achdut Avodah
:.i. M ipam and Poalel
v .lath Israel
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Vohane SB Number 47
Friday. November 19. 1965
24 Heshvan 5726
The Growing Vista
Of Domestic Need
TsM CdoBcfl :: >-'.-?- FedMKO-
bom and Weetare Fends Sere.--.
. in Montreal a
1
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- im out respons
sol sad -'. Jepreeeed
7 entry there
E it
lome
- .es; guihy oo-
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America i
u ->
es
.-.- an lessening or at
are i
pees of efficiency thus
girir nergy ,D ex::r
i' own needs.
In any case, there was nan 3d
C3FWF Assembly than a discus jer-
.->7ree 10 which Jewish
munttoa snould assume the burden of
cecling with their own mental health prob-
lemi and methods or operctmg aged homes
and boepHnls.
.'/ore, we say. because it seemed to go
beyond the classic Jewish welfare concerns.
The i4th General Assembly in fact opened
as oroad vistas of inquiry when Louis Stern.
fomq CIFWF president, suggested that a
primary goal during the year ahead should
be lot 'American Jewry to get to know itself.
And so. while Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and United lews- Appeal and domestic
1 ckreuc (ewish education con
hone bod as are lab" share of the
soda st... .t won hopeful lo r.ote the inclin-
toward studying those problems that are
zl as a peoj this land
. ,:. to emerge _s the
.rreas.:. ] ceptance .:.
pc^s.c^e SOOB to the
un.
nerer -he degree of
bod we .- illy -'-"
Our New CJA Chairman

ii CIA com
' ppeal .s now -
per.od of 01 -'
Greater Miami [ewry
paign In be!
overseas agencies Itate of Is>
Mr. Kislak both as a businessman and an
active leadei in civic aa
has well proved his capab:..:.es lo assume
leadership of the 1S66 CJA con His list
re ond rtions is long
and .rr.Lres.sive as lot the Jew-
ish cc: drive.
With Mr. Kisiak at the bebn Greater Miami
Jewry must now mob. me task.
-h lies at staice for the sake of ourselves,
as well as for out brethren in Israel and
countries of oppression seek.r.g then freedom.
duriug the vwk
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

.7 the kind of occurrence in Hitler Ger-
many prior to ana during the World 'A ar II
years. It expresses the outrage of man ao/ai
his own inhumanity, and offers up the dett
motion that genocide as a social phenomf
must henceforth be banned even in times ot
military crisis
America's refusal to sign goes back to the
early fifties and the battle over the Bncker
Amendment. The refusal seems to be basea on
the Amer.ccr. fear that our government would
be giving the United Nations political and U-
ridiccl province over our destiny and compro-
mise our national integrity.
The real issue behind the refusal wc-
concern that, as a signatory. America mi
be censured for her treatment of Negroes in
the South, s.:.re the status cf the Negro ce
possibly be construed as c variety ot gen>
Witn the great strides the U.S. hes rra I
the held o: cm! rigl the Genocide C
vention was a burning issue and with the
.:-:_.- thai Negro aa are not r
to D it seems arena.c
tic for 'as to express our feel
suspicion lo I
might well ea.^l^-e T.e British w]
graceful ur.derstar.dir.a c: human -
anc revolution -s kn a
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Emulating the British
The Bril ? Genocide
Con
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A Change of Accent
: two majot
- bodies, the rogue C
i in giamei N V and the Ui
of American Hebrew Congregations Re-:
San Fi mcisco. suggests the increasing degree
to which our :1 leaders are I
squarely toward the "extra-rehgious pi
American Jewry today.
At the United Synagogue convent.or. the
a good dea
:mcge and interdc
as a new social phenomenon, recognizinc
threat both pose to our survival as a people.
In the same sense, the Reform rabbir.cte
Ban Francisco among its many age
-.-<- expose actions of the danger
or. the extreme right and extreme left cs
as an me role the Arae:
uld play in Lhe
-r.e.
At me deai
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ish i
this u -

th* J* -
th K -
proper i -
-. T o -
per-
onstrated a kind of inborn inability at self .- -
except ebon esea be individual J^*
such a via;, -hat it grem acrustomed to exile a-
ezile, the Je could lament hu past freedom *-
ill reason for be.re Onlv hi- rtSHJBSS BM SffliSl
from enjoyin? nauonhooa -
A: r that he idend the Je could also see himself as subir..
cauv .'^nce he re eece again to feen
the political aeese ratbes than only m a ca
-tionhood. he '.uld resno) his per-. :
Tees i* he*MSkeaiint was all abfjut
of Israel is a fact in our tirr.e sev that the I
-and yean
pror "r to be as n

he rau::
ACHIIVIHIST Of AH ,'Sf AIL-CftMAN ACCOtD
THIS IS NOT
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. -rerrie r lor the Urman rr^rketi in the Arab M. :
than esthee Artanaeen .- trie prospering F<
Bonn cou.d the boj
aouid he eeexi
eti (lunsn
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AMGIT CfOWOS 1W0 UGIT THHATS
THE RAMIFICATIONS OF tSM
>t-ar have h-
m rerieweel or.ee nor
men K-, ... r.ounced the
Dr Roll Pub H ba ock a> chief coui best) in Israel

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ed Dr To i i 1 en* i i
Their source

but arbJ
Dr Toerock :
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in I
11 aa
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SUfVIVAl Of A HATIOH IS TM ISSUt
I MENTION NONE
They ar-
. ten I d
>i niar.v
ration today is 1
th- ..nv of thev.-
selves, who have been so the roun|
of their ;
But the tact remains that none of tbil ha
>.th the i tbe aurvivaJ it I
lion. If Isi
erj svailable tool at her dis
end Tin
0O the EuroiH-ar
,1 rencb diasifecti
new, j... Vral
Ursttoa of the l.jn Arab >tatu> tha-
er provoentioo or rea>oi.
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Hence.
>n the L or.tinen!
n the middle
icfa a ce!

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, m need is a change in the
k bj U whole na-
, 1.600 delegate*
h, convention were
davs how to combat
than
advised
day
heard defeaae of
i, Christianity, flu-
Ivement >n the civil
were told of the
Jewish interdepend-
thc world, and discussed,
art) even- problem
Jewry today.
The> passed Important resolu-
. ., retarding these and other
is including federal
m kasbruth, disarm-
others but the
nl action they took,
- of the executive (li-
the I n.ted Synagogue, At the session on Memamage.
hing Of Talmud Study Rabbi Saul I. Tepl.tz. of Wood-
RABBI BtRNAUD SfCAl
Other Thus, a dialogue with Chris-
tianity can be carried on when
there is mutual respect To en
age m a dialogue does, not mean
that there are efforts at conver-
sion or sacrifice of sincerely-held
principles of faith."
Prof Moshe Davis, head of the
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
at the Hebrew University in Je-
rusalem, and research profe-sor
in American Jewish History at the
.1 e w i s h Theological Seminary,
where he was ordained, spoke of a
"great divide" between the Jewish
((immunities of the world which.
he said, was not geographical It
is within the communities them-
selves "between the Jewishly
concerned and the Jewishly indif-
f< rent." He said that these "walls
nf separation" are also rising with-
in the American and Israeli com- J
munities. }
Lee C. White, special counsel
to the President of the United
States, and also a member of a
Washington Conservative con-
gregation, brought a message of
greeting from Mr. Johnson. He
declared that one of the most
important tasks before the Jews
was the unfinished one of civil
rights and urged the United
Synagogue to .givo it a high
priority.
Henry N Rapaport. of White
Plains, NY. was elected presi-
dent of the United Synagogue, sue-
rever o uvvs. ims mviuuvo
the Soviet Union, although free- ceding Maislen. .he ew fecm-
doom there is defined in Soviet ary is Dr. Maxwell Jjaye. of Irving-
terms. It is an era without po- ton. N.J.. and the treasurer is
groms. a life without Hitler." Philip Greene of Jamaica. N.Y.
"Freedom in such large and
geographical terms is a new ex-
perience for the Jews." Dr. I'riiu
declared. "Freedom entails the
choice of to be or not to he a
Jew, Jewish physical existence
is no longer theatenecl." he said
A total new chapter has begun
For the first time in history does
the Jewish people enjoy freedom
wherever it lives. This includes
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Rabbi Teplit/. declared that it Or. Print, who is president of
is in the home that we are "scor- the American Jewish Congress and *
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home, in his opinion, is where Presidents of Major American Jew-
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SCO synaqogues throughout the
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he potential of becoming the
Tiost important effort in the en-
tire 52 year history of tho Unit-
ed Synagogue," the congrega-
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ftevement.
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JFWF Assembly Problems Reviewed
Continued from Pt 1-A
,. .,. |o llu- prime issue* of
1 he declared. "Tha \a
v.iih the challenge of
-n in a society and gener-
'''i-hirli. for the fust time in
A ha- th >,<,wer ,0 l'iatl,caU'
,i with a challenge to
I vu I'f-'at ai as part of the unique
I mitment of Judaiam.
The Assembly examined pe-
it'cjMy 'he '**"* wnien n*w#
,,in in achieving the purpose
Li the anti-poverty programs,
rc noted the emergence of Jew-
ish leadership in dealing with
| ,'. fm in a number of cities
:ugh the action of federation
sers as chairmen and mem-
t,., o* community-wide enti-
pC,ert boards; the use of Jew-
Is- agencies in conducting enti-
pc-erty o'ograms, and in other
.s
federation In many
. i.i art and conscience
h community, m it
il the heart and con
the total communit)."
unit) leaders stated
|j dealt with social
he aged that should
bj the new Medicare
Delegates were con
M only what the ef
he on Jewish hospitals,
the aged, and the fed
>n* thi mselves but, even
a hat Jewish agencies
alee sure that Medicare
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phi first-quality medicine.
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and more medical service Overall,
there should i>c greater integra-
tion of all health services
The Assembly discussed chanH
ing patterns of financing Jewish
hospitals b\ federations There is
a widespread pattern of grants to
meet specific purposes rather than
to deal with the deficits of the
hospitals The -rant- are for social
services, for training and educa-
tion and to assure particularly
the Inchest quality of medical
care, which can make the differ
ence hetween life and death.
The Assembl) examined the ma-
jor overseas needs in 1966, in
terms of North American Jewish
responsibilities Continued large-
scale immigration and greater em-
phasis on bringing dependent re-
cent settlers in Israel to self-sup-
port were stressed This iv against
the brackground of the hardships
caused l>\ the loss of S7.000.000 in.
German material claims funds to
the Joint Distribution Committee
in 1JHS5. to be aggravated further
by the loss of sio.itoo.ooo in 1066
because of the ending of German
material claims grants to the Jew-
ish Agencj for Israel-Jerusalem
The Assembly examined the
changing character of the Amer-
ican Jewish communit) itself, it
dealt with the question: "Is 'he
American Jew really vanishing?"
It concluded that the facts regard
in1,* the extent, nature and effects
oi intermarriage are inadequate.
The national Jewish popula-
tion survey projected by the
council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds is intended
to overcome these gaps in infor-
mation. The Assembly discus-
sions noted further that inter-
marriage, however, is the symp-
tom rather than the basic prob-
lem which lies in the home, in
Jewish education, and in other
factors which lead to a lack of
conviction about the importance
of Judaism's content, and about
the value of remaining part of
the Jewish people.
Workshops assessed American
Jewish cultural development na-
tionally and locally The progress
and potentials revealed in the de
velopment of scholarships, estah
lishment of university chairs of
Judaic studies, research and pub-
lications should be extended fur-
ther, it was felt, through develop
ni.nt of a master plan by the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture, to set priorities, and help
overcome the fragmentation in
this field.
Adult Education
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Tuesday schedule of the Beth
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Friday. November 19. 1965
UAHC Chief Warns of McCarthyism
Continued from Page 1-A
the ready target for trigger-hap-
i\ character assassinating witch-
hunters "
In his presidential address. Rab-
bi Eisendrath challenged the Ke-
Jewish leaders to translate
action the convention theme
A Faith for Our Time.'" He called
lor
A Committee on Proselytes
to openly seek members into the
fold of Reform Judaism for the
first time since the fourth cen-
tury among the "unsynago.'jued
and unchurched."
The raising of standards in
Um religious schools of Reform
. rregations, which should in-
clude the extension of school
hours, increased courses to teach
Hebrew, an expansion of existing
adult education courses.
A committee of Rabbis and
la>men to Stud) the problems of a
pluralistic society, and cope with
th. challenging questions posed by
the younger generation.
e A forthright stand by Ameri-
can Reform Judaism to demand
an end to the "second-class status"
accorded Reform or Conservative
rabbis in the State of Israel.
An intensified educational
campaign, by the 664 Reform
mtmber temples of the UAHC, in
cooperation with other local and
national Jewish agencies to con-
tinue the arousement of national
public opinion to help alleviate
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union.
In expanding his statement on
those who question our national
policies. Rabbi Eisendrath. sup-
ported the right of individuals
and organizations to demon-
strate whether it be in criticism
of or support of our Vietnam
policy or any other question. He
simultaneously affirmed the
rights of conscientious objectors
but observed that "We cannot
condone the illegal burning of
draft cards."
However, he asserted, "we
hue a duty to challenge the jibe
oi Communist flung at almost
everyone who presumes to differ
fn m this day's Administration
and expiring soul of the United
Nations "
Continued and increased parti
Cipation in all phases of the civil
lights Struggle was urged upon
the more than 3.000 lay and rab-
binic delegates
In the prepared text of his key-
note address at the Masonic Audi
toriuni. Rabbi Kiscndrath called
upon members of Reform Judaism
for renewed involvement and ac-
tion to make real the integration
of the Negro into the mainstream
of American life.
"I would commend those
among us rabbis and laymen
who have joined with repre-
sentatives of American Christ-
endom in a number of freedom
marches as divinely hallowed as
the exodus of our forbears from
Eoypt. But let us candidly con-
fess that, with few exceptions,
we did so long after many a se-
cularist or even atheist, long af-
ter some of our own youngsters,
inspired more by SNCC and
CORE than by ourselves, had
led the way and put many of us
and our religious pretensions to
shame."
"The Negro asks every one of
us and our movement which pro
Peases to be religious, On which
ltda will you range yourselvc-
Afld God Himself inquires a.,
as of old. Where art Thou0 tt |
we answer. More am I" no mat
t.-r what the price?"
He cited specific actions m
which the members of Reform con
jr jationi might become involve 1
He urged them to "picket, boy
cott, attend rallies, wear symbol-
indicating our support, distribute'
literature, serve on committee-
engage in discussions of tactics
lead discussions, organize camp
signs and elections, watch at th
polls, solicit contributions and
Rabbi Eisendrath called for new
efforts bj raoois and laymen to
eliminate de facto segregation in ,
the North full) as despicable as necessarj limit our own spcndir.;
its de Hue counterpart in the in order to help aid the cause
South the American Negro.
D*. MAUKICt [IStNMATH
policy. Was it -Communistic' for
some of us to seek a test ban
treaty, so long opposed as unpat-
riotic, and finally adopted because
of the pressure of public opinion?
When we opposed the Multilateral
Force, acclaimed less than a
month ago as indispensable to our
so-called national security and
now all but abondoned. was that
'Communistic'?
"I thought that the right of dis-
sent, not merely in consequentials
but in the clutch was a salient dis-
tinction between dictatorship and
democracy." the Reform Jewish
leader emphasized.
Pointing out that the foreign
press presents a more objective
picture of U.S. foreign policy
than does our own press. Rabbi
Eisendrath asked "How can we
teach our children the virtue of
truth when, in the publications
of other nations, in the press of
our very neighbors across our
northern and southern borders,
they read so much that contra-
venes the 'managed news' they
are fed at home."
He referred to our nation's
handling of the U-2 episode, the
CIA's activities in Singapore and
our intervention in the Dominican
Republic. Rabbi Kiscndrath asked
the representatives of 664 Reform
Jewish temple-. "As a religious
Jewish community can we still
| our conscience and muffle >nir
i voice?"
He expressed his disappoint-
ment that the high hopes eryeen-
dered by the visit of Pope Paul
VI had been dissipated by the
actions of nations whose repre-
sentatives stood up and applaud-
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Dinner Sunday to Honor Ben Meyers;
Joseph Cohen is Reelected to Presidency
10SIPH COHIM
Jerry Blank Will
Be Honored Here
A >iip of Miami business Mid
prof< onal men have been ap
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tee noring Variety Children's
Hosp I Trustee .lerry Blank on
No\ :"
Dir r chairman Kohert Macht
ha> lounced that Blank will re-
cei\- .1 community tribute (or
put service" at a benefit to be
held : the DeauMlle Hotel
N. ("on- "tee. now in formation, are
Jud.- Thomas II Barkdull Jr..
San. : ank. Roscov Brunstettcr. IV
Will, i Burke, Juds;e Irving I'v
per "uck I. Daner. Judge Albert
S D; bin. Martin Fine. Dr III
cfaael M. Gilbert. Maurice Gusman,
Mar- al| S. Harris, Sen Robert
M n.erfield. Isadora Hecht. Aar
in K avitz, Harold I.andfield. Sid
ne> : t (court
Si (' Levenson, Robert B. Le-
mii Samuel Upton, Sam Luby Sr..
Barn- de llirsch Meyer. Sidne)
Meyi Max Orovitz, Jack 1. Sand
ler. W lliam Segal, Fred K Shoch-
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be held i n Sunday evening at the
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Toe dinner will honor one of its
founders and an outstanding com-
luitj li .i ler, Benjamn Meyers,
Meyert it a past president of
the burtiu of Jewish Education
and has been associated with the
Boieau since its formation.
Harry Simonhoff, local historian
and attorney, will present Mey-
ers to the guests.
Meyers i- also a trustee and
member of the Executive Board of
the Anti-Defamation League Board
of Directors o( the Jewish Home
for the Aged. Board of Trustees
of Ten pie Knianu F.l. and a former
trustee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Dr Samuel Halperin. assistant
commissioner of the United States
Office of Fducation. Department
of Health Education, and Welfare,
will be guest speaker of the eve-
ning and discuss the Klementary
and Secondary' Education Act re-
cently passed by Congress
Dr Halperin has been research
assistant (or the Committee on
Education and Labor o( the U.S.
House o( Representatives and now
directs the Office o( Legislation
and Congressional Relations of
the United Slates office of Educa-
tion.
Miss Carol Lynn Blum, Miss
F.yrida of 1965. will attend the din-
ner and present an interlude of
\ OCal selections.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EI, will install the newly-
elected officers. They include
Joseph Cohen, president; Judge
Frederick N. Barad, Albert Ossip,
and Leonard Zilbert, vice presi-
dents; Al Sherman, secretary,
Melvyn B. Frumkes, treasurer;
and Meyer A. Baskin, honorary
president.
Invocation will be made bj Rab-
bi Jonah E Caplan, president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As
sociation Dr, Max Lipschitz, rabbi
of Beth Torah Congregation, will
oifer the benediction Guests will
be welcomed by Mrs Jack Katz-
in.iii. chairman of the Dinner Com
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Harold Thurman, honorary vice
pn -d.ni of the Bureau, will be
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Miami Jewish Federation.
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The Bureau sponsor* in-train-
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Mrs Meyer Kahn. Dr A Rosett,
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FINAL PART IN A STUDY SERIES BY MIAMI TRAVELER
Samaritans Seek to Assure Future
By LEON J. ELL
Strangely enough, the Jordan-
li.n Government permits the Sa-
maritans who live in and are eit
itena of the SUte ol Israel to join
their brethren in Jordan for the
Passover holidaj
The Samaritans observe the
isover on Ml Gerixim, Tlie so-
emnit) i- ;i veritable toast. The
whole community proceeds to the
place ol sacrifice on Mount Geri-
.nil. allowing abundance of time
for the preparations The tents
are pitched, and :ill eagerly await
the appointed hour which occurs
,t sunset
A number of lambs have been
careful!) selected from those
born in the preceding Tishn. and
these, so main as "ill suffice
tor the worshippers, are destined
or th< sacrifice Some hours be-
. the sacrifice, two fires are
Started in the trenches In one of
them, a cauldron is heated for
boiling the w .> t e r necessary to
fleece the lamb In the other, a
j-- .1 fuel is kindled to make
in- .",,:. for roasting the lambs.
All Turn to Kibla
All these preparations are in
t hands of young men who are
, lad in blue robes. Coincident
i i h starting of t he fire the
-.r\i.e t>e^iiiN and thi~ is kept up
niil the lambs are put into the
. ten Tin' service consists of the
ead the Passover selei
nous i.-Lin Exodus ami the sing
of ancient Passover hymns
in the service all turn to the Kib
U top of Gerizim.
At sunset, the sacrifice takv-
ace, not on an altar but in a
itch The throats of the lambs
i lefth cut b) a youg man. not
.i pries) Tlie ritual inspection
then takes place. The smews of
the legs are withdrawn, the offal
removed and the lambs fleeced
v ..id of hot water The lambs
are then spitted with a long Ntick
n through their length, and are
conveyed to the oven which is
. ated o\er which they place the
spits protruding on either side;
. bile above them. i> laid a thu k
ivering of turf to seal the oven
Biblical Prescription
The process ol roasting takes
three or four hours, during which
lime the worshippers may rest.
the services being mostly Inter-
tittent when n i> deemed the
oper time, the lambs are with-
rawn A short service then en-
sues. The congregation now ap-
pears with their loins girded and
staves In their hands, and when
the service is over veritabl) "cat
in haste They fall ravenously
upon the coal like piece- of flesh,
evouring them and taking plat-
ters to the women and children
who remain in their tents.
When all the flesh is consumed.
the bones and scraps are care-
fully gathered up and thrown into
the Still-smouldering fire until all
is consumed SO that none of it re
mains until the morrow. After the
meal, ablutions take place, and
the ceremony is concluded with
further prayers and chants ac-
cording to Biblical prescriptions
In close connection with the
Paschal Iamb ceremony, the feast
of the unleavened matxah is reck-
oned as the second sacred feast
being distinguished ,roin, U?-
Passover although coincident
with it. according to the language
of the law On the Kith of the
month, a careful search is made
of all haven which is scrupulous-
|) removed, and from the 14th
da) until the 21st day no leav-
ened bread may be eaten. The
2ist day is the great day of this
feast, and on that day. they make
a pilgrimage to Mount Gerizim,
reading through the Hook of Deu-
teronomy on the way. and at the
Village of Makkada. where they
finally rest.
The ensuing Pentecostal is
counted bv our method from the
second day of the unleavening
bread, but literally according to
Leviticus from the morrow ot the
Sabath in that week, and is es-
pecially a holy day of the year
The third day of the Pentecost
is celebrated b) s great least On
that day Moses was supposed to
have come down Irom Mount Si
and on that day the Holy
Law is read
Feast of Pentecost
T h e fourth feast is that of
Pentecost, which is celebrated by
the pilgrimage to Mt. Gerizim,
where the Holy Law is .
read Its primitive character a- I
harvest feast is particularly olv
served with regard to tents Yom
Kippur is most strictly observe'!
\o man. woman or child is al-
lowed to cat, drink, sleep or con-
verse for the whole day All adult
male- must spend the whole dav
in the synagogue, except for a
solemn excursion to the tomb- of
certain of the Prophets The ser
vices consist ol the reading ol
the whole Pentateuch and the
singing of special hymns which
are by far the most spiritual ol
all the liturgy, dwelling upon the
need for repentence.
At the end of the day, they ex
hihit the ancient Koll Abishua
which occurs onlv on this occa
sion.
The Feast of Booths completes
the circuit of seven seasons and is
observed in close accord with the
Pentecost's regulations, the
Booths being erected in the
courts of the houses Each dav of
the first seven days, they make
pilgrimage to Gerizim and ab-
stain from all work through the
week The eighth dav. the last
great dav of the Feast," is sab-
iwtuallv observed In the syna-
gogue
Their Home Ufa
The Samaritans' domestic life
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The Laws of Purification are
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it/i Envoy Denies Nazi Ties
rtued from P*B 1-A
,,..., was different from
town OH the card. Me said
|l]rt on the card had been
okesman for th Israel
Ministry Mid that, tor
ie being, th Ministry
would abstain from taking a po-
sition on the charges against Dr.
Toerock, awaiting his supply of
further proof in support of his
denial. When he was first ap-
pointed to his present post last
July, Israeli newspapers reprint-
ed charges of his past member-
ship in the Arrow Cross made in
the Communist press in Buda-
pest.
Dr Toerock. who is now a nat-
uralised German citizen, was a
Hungarian during the war, and n p.
resented Hungary In Berlin during
Ihc Nazi regime. Me has consist-
ently denied any membership in
any Nazi organisation, pointing
out that a diplomat representing
a country in a totalitarian state is
not responsible for the politics of
the country to which he is ac-
credited
\ spokesman for the Foreign
Office in Bonn said this week that
charges of past membership in the
Hungarian Arrow Cross by Dr.
Toerock are "erroneous." "We
have no reason whatever.'" said the
spokesman, "to doubt Ins political
past or bis statements."
An official pointed out that, pri-
or to his appointment to the post
in Israel. Dr. Toerock had assured
the Foreign office he had no Nazi
past. It is unbelievable that Dr.
Toerock would have lied to the
Foreign Ministry or would have
dared go to Israel as deput- chief
of the German Embassy there if
he had. in fact, been a nun her of
the Arrow Cross.' the Foreign of-
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ion U ar iajcea an made In
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
Pi da) 1:15 p.m < "< Kir
r \\.....n ol Valor'"
Mi an i III
Shabbal In )i......i "f
Mrs .-..ii. Si
s&i ur 8:46 a m s- i inon
:
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
>C W Dixie Hwy. Conservative
^abbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor
frfvmour Hinkes.
. Sermoi \\ tial a
I -.
*. u .. ..
8
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
24 Heshvan 5:11 pjr.
-_ a Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
WCCKCMG Stroni .turday am i,rat
>:r.i le Hi !- -""> "" "' '" "
serrated. Miami Resell \tu
I CENTER. 3175 SW 25th Chapter ORT iu psctJclpste
serv.tiv. Cantor L.ul. ; SabEath si***"
9ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ChttS. Cantor Jacob Renzer
.... i Baa Mltl
\.ih Susan, dauarhler of Mr and Mrs
Sathai ''. .i/:< North I >ade I 'haptei
,i; Mrs PVIIci !' a n. pre* lent.
.Mil parti'- P*te In ORT MM '
ATM', college group organised al
Beth I s. hix nr. p
a II b< honored, i '"
.. in liar MltxvaJi R f Mr
\i m Martin, i in of
Mr- I': ii. ; Rosei
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B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
aj 13 ; m Hanaasah Sabbath
,,..- ipeakei Mr- Sol man l"h
-..,-: pi. -i l. in. Albert I' Ii '
ter il i.i-Bali and i lil.nt.
M ami i I it...I.. .Ii 'fopli
ii,. ii. .,: i i. ii. Hadaoah .-..i
Junlo
M ha S p.m
----
FLAGLER GRANADA. 5C NW 51at
PI. Conservative Rabbi David Roa-
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
r i p m. I lada sa h Ss ath
,; ieai n|iealter, Mr- Ruth Lubln Pop-
|i II daasati I Wi % Shabbal hoal -
.-.i bj SI 8b rday 8:30 a.m
s. rtnoi i 'i rt ii n of thi \v.. ^ Min-
ii.. Id i in
ISRAELITE
St. Con
Cohen.
.. ,,. ,:. si -I- -
,.v Ka\ar.l Strell Ton >'
re, ivrl will rea
-, ,, .,.-1- ..- Portion ol Hi- K
-. rda) '
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITV
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H Stern.
i p.m Sal daj 10 a m
and Jewa
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abraham Self.
I da) : M p.m. Saturda) JO s\.m
rh-- Matchmaker "
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi-
ami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah E Caplan. Cantor Louis
Goodman.
i'i..!.,. an I 1 '.' ', m Set mon
-The \ aba an Our I -'
m a m Sermon "Bualni .--
Eth and R< Do The) ':
Mlncha 5 !" p m
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can-
tor Edward Klem.
Frill..* v i ... in i >RT Habbath -
in. i, rlapplneaa Attained b) tVtlng
f .t! i- Mr- Pi .. W
,,,,-, i.ir Ra) Chapter ORT, will
. .1^ ----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman
I > )o p in Hadaaoah 8abl
. r, .i in Bar Mitavah
Howard Ni II, on "f Mr and Mn
.la. k Stamen
-..
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE I64h St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy
Cantor Chet Gale.
\\.. ki nd -. v .. bi hi
Washington Federal. *! Ni: i*7tli SI
,-,,.,> v IS ni ORT Sabbath Oul
. m SI.In. \ Im -'' Pr*
;,. ;,..;,.... I- PftHl ORT """
dat II in Bar Mttavali i irry. m n
.., mi and Mm lamn fio
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
, > |S p in Oueal V I
.1,,. lor Mtml inai lln-
S, hi and T unu nter.
in

TEMPLE ZAMOP.A. 44 Zamjra Ave.
Conservative. R.ibbi Max^iii Btr-
gtr Cantor Ben Oickson.
I-. Ida) :1B p ni SmiuvIhn
.-, rmori 'Portion < thi W< i.' i'r
. ,|. ... -,.:i ..! Ml I M'-
li.ml. I Holdw
s
riFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry
Wernick
k Ida) I 10 i m s rn a P.eiqrloua
i .-iirL-. in Suburbia." Onej -iiabhat
h -i. by .-. i d i "
.,,, Portl n "< < ''
c
YOUNO ISRAEL WO NE *st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherw.n S*. aubcr
,i 1 3U
i Sal
Ml
'
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
aervative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I- rlda) S IS and 16 p m Hadaaaah
ii .,k. i Mi- Phil p
Pine, m< mhi i ship \ i pr< si.....
Oreatei Miami Chapter Hadaaaah
Wli.it i- Hadaaaah? I
Mltaxah l'.iM-i Alan, eon ol Mr
Mi- Murra) Skup Junloi C
a :ll condui services Mine. Bar
bara Moriia will p......t blograph)
..f Hi- I.it. Prol 'halm Weltaman,
state of larael Satur-
da) l p in
5950 S. Kendall
Reform. Rabbi
HEBREW ACADEMY.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabb
Gross
Rl Ida) 5.15 p m -.,
m ni ha
24CO Pinetree
Alexander S.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Dr.. So. Miami.
Herbert Baumgard.
Prldaj JO p.m Sew member-fam-
Plea .' :. b< honored > mon Whal
I- In It for M' -..! irda Bai Mltl
\..ii David, son of Mr ami Mrs
Lawn nee Ueltaoi Mlcl ... I. son Di
and Mrs I .. ni :. r
Hebrew Lesson
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Rabbi Samuel Jaffc.
.ik sra or s nzp
rrn nr xz -- k^ -::
Mar
1:1S I in I
I
!.,. n i Bl 1-1
II. '-..n U-
HOLLY
Reform.
It
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i- In-
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(r-:-i- rr-aa ini Turns)
Meir Dieiengoff
it -.'iJlers of Tel Avii
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TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 7600 SW
120th St. Reconstruct cnist. Rabbi
Morris SkOp.
It; 15 | "Til.
- Men
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish
Canter David Conviser
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S M
Machtn Canter Abraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV (i2f ? W 8th
Bl Consei vat.ve. Rabbi Paiph Z
Glixman.
111 .
M
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I3T K ;
. .
xL-m7 ;:t?a .1935
C--7- moo ara j^pn
-i' niiinai nuxi-n .o-ioni
-:-x mpa -u .*~r xz.n
these stories were printed, Itialik
praised them
There were no museums in the
1. man) stories about their firs; country in those days, and Diezen
Thej tell sympatheUeallj -"" <'"' much '" ,1,aw '" tbe l'">
11
h .v Diezengofl would fo out Into
1 -in^u of the city, riding on
I whits horje In those days the
artist! and writers
When his wife died il30>. Die-
tengoff decided to huild a mu
-cum \\v went from person to
1 i-hriMfd the country and an) person, from artist to artist, and
1 person would travel in asked them to help him to estab
1 private car; i>ui Diezengofl lish the museum
1 on hi- horse Hi- private The well known arti-t. Marc
u iportation he would ChagaH, tells us that "One day
l ,. ii 1 e of the municipal there came to me in Paris a man
1 ding, or in the fences of who made a great impression,
I nice neat and polished He laid
I am the mayor of Tel Aviv, and
off, who had no children .,, _,, ,,u|ld a mu8euni ,,.
of b loved children ver) ,,, A.,, ,,, vou wan| ,
EL. 17C1 Wa.hing.
ton Ave Conservat.e R.llli Irving
Lehrman Cantor r^. Ao'er
M..I
: 1 IKT
i.m .- :
1 I Baa Mil ih
Itar Mltl
...
11 Koul Mini ha i p m Bai allti
vah -' son f Mi am) Mrs
Ut > '., a n
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform Rabbi
Joi Mo
I M\
.! H ;-li I: V ,
e
TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal Reform. Pabbi Morris Kip
per.
,' I
1 ndurl
Oueal '.' Hhi i \
11......la v.
national vlci rn
rn Vt i.i iri in- s. h
II ,i lei .1 .. : ...,...,. f||
'I'-1 ShablNti
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
HAYE SARAH
The cave of Machpelah ii Hebron, Blieter leaves Hebron
with camels on Abraham's instructions.
And after this. Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the
cue of the field of Machpelah before Mamre
iden L':f 191
HAYE SARAH Sarah died at the aft of 127 in He' in.
and was buried in the cave of Machpelah. which Abraham ur
chased as a family grave yard Anxious for Isaac l marr> me
of his kinfolk rather than an idolatrous (anaamte woman, A ra
ham sent his trusted servant Eliezer to his former home in Meso-
potamia where his brother, Nahor. lived
Approaching the- city, Eliezer prayed for the success 0 his
mission He determined on .< procedure: He would ash ch
i:irl he met, "Give me your pitchei and iel me drink Thi rirl
who would reply, "Drink, and 1 will give lb) camel- drink '-"
should be Isaac's destined bride iGen 24 l-t' Rebekah da fti
ter of Bethuel, the son of Abraham's brother, Nahor, cam< 10 the
well to draw water, and responded with the correct formi
Klieier s request
Thanking (iod for His kindness the old famil) el
Miited himself to Rebekah's family, explained in-
received permission for Rebekah t<> accompan) him back to
Canaan as Isaacs prospective wife Isaac loved Rent
was consoled In her alter In- mother's death Al
anothei wife, Keiui.ih and -in bore him tons whom hi
ed to the east
Al the age of 175, Abraham died and was I .' f"
Sarah in the Cave of Machpelah
This recounting of fhe Weekly Portion of the Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher Is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St.. New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
All Things Work For
Our Own llrst Interest
T fl
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
And Jacob said Josi pfa Is not
and Simeon is nut. and ye ill
take Benjamin away, all th
are against me "
den 42 36'
In hi- long and
tortuous career,
.1 a c ii ii had had
in any sun le SI
days, but the
darke-t and most
lc day of all
was that .it which
he had now ar-
rived Joseph, be
took for dead
S 1 m eo n was a
prisoner in
Egypt. Mysteri-
ous hands were
trying to clutch
Benjamin and drag him from the
KABBI tABOVirz
1 mull inei incidi ils,
in-t as there are d ferj
1 merril) and evi fa< e
mi meet wears .i smile an
1 qual to e\ er> deman or-
es are lightly brushed a a)
thi re are daj w hen n erj thin,
goes wrong
Every artist know- iui lays;
he ha- mornings whin bis ingers
lose their cunning Ever) man of
business knows such days, 1 hen all
things seem tn fail into .1 tangle.
And how we deal with the bad
of life and react to tl PHI and
inizi them, 1- one "t 1 .Teat
abiding teats of character
But the delightful comfoi >f our
ii \t 1- tiii; that Jacob Wl -11 ill
ttrly mistaken Although he did
not know it he was entire! mifin
terpreting ins life iii tn l for
ted that Joseph ha
slain; yet he was Prime Minister
ol Egypt He pictured Sii m in
In 1935. when he traveled
hel|
me'
' Swita r health reasonj The simplicity of his words
lie wrote lovely child: iries hjut. ... mv sv mpa,hx ,
rbe were memoir- ol his -rand aKr.,.d mnmediateK
iboul hi- visits to the Bed
tribes and others. When (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith)
^a^ot aniline kid with a -u-dow
Thu pjgr < :.i ro-
Operation with rl-.r Hre^ler Mi-
ami Raoomical Association

r :i

I
sheltering of home And all llu-
happened simultaneously, and m a an alien prison, yet th<
period of protracted famine when wful "'"' In Egypt as hi nend.
sorrows would be more difficult He shrank with borroi I m the
to bear It was the comini togeth- loss ol Benjamin yet s I '
r of many evil things, the dark heart was yearning over Benjamin
concurrent ol 'hen that made and longing to clasp biir to Its
the patriarch cry almost In de- ,,:
pan "All these things are against
V w that dark liiHir which Jacob
reached 1- an hour which every-
bod) reaches There come days
When tempted tO CO ''""
a n-t me Wl shouil
mvenl and rneditate 0
The day will dawn when e will
find that all things have been
a. when that which tries the spirit is working together for our


mber 19. 1965
+JelsMkri Paqe 13-fl.
KENNEDY TOP RANGE-CHRISTIE RUNOFF
Mayor High Wins
Fifth Term Here
n
iay night event of the Mer-
te Chinuch in honor of 'MlcMel
right) Isidor H. Kramer, Sos-
sin, Miami Beach Councilman Joseph Malek,
Louis DUblin. and Samuel Alter.
i
>0
nyonei Chinuch Dinner Honors
ssin Here on Sunday Evening
Councilman
. sdaj U
. the an
. L'Inyo
landing
. held Sui
Miami

Icrhood
Officers
Co
II M-tiM H
, serve with
Natl an S m
Cotl leb. vice
ir Schnei-
Mrs Es
'.!:- TilMir
of the Sis-
I. |>;ml up
pi new home
'i I'ibor H Stem
.Hid lh- Ml-
donor luncheon
l the Deauville
|i lei lainmenl ill
ii. lions and
n .i le it tin'
Michael Sossin "for his ouUtand-
c and reli^ pi igramj
e Blacktone Ii
So -in I i .i
n tirees ll>' will also be honore I
ling to Rabbi A
: oi the rei ional
ievotion

Merkos L'Inyonei Chinui I
V commit)
,...- and
.1 Weiss final
\
\ : Wll
I .mii c, Me< hati c as
i tl e
A pioneer in the field of geron-
tology. Sossin is a memb;M of the
Beach Senior Citirens Advisory
Committee and of the Governor's
Commission on the Aging.
ll- ..^ .. leader In the estab-
ishment <>f Camp Gan Israel "f
Florida, project oi the Lubavit-
cher movement in Deland under
the direction t Rabbi Korf.
|lN TIMES
>F SORROW
MS
Kpreti what word*
cannotl
WI 5F\r> SYMPATHY
rLOW EM AM \\ HSR*
jticGdlrns
MIAMI BEACH
14 532 3361
iCOitAl GABIES
-.65 S423
JO FT. UUDERDAtE
FR 17398
JWV Post Holds
Picnic Sunday
Norman Bruce Brown Port, Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States and Ladiea' Auxiliary,
hi Id their annual picnic n Sun-
day m itw main pit of Matheaon
Hammock picnic grounds, it was
tunced by Commander Ralph
Rosofsk]
The organization was boat to
.,nd entertain a group ol children
from the Dade County Children's
Home m Kendall as well as sen
icemen from the Homestead Air
I orce Base
Past Post Commander Sol Koe-
. chairman "f i'i- Ar-
i ents Committee, and Mor-
ton Feit was in chai <"
tainmenl and gan for chil-
Iren.
Detective S I Ubert R Molina,
if the Metro Narocotic Squad,
, as nest speaker at the last social
,,( the Posl and auxi
Meeting was held at Pythian
Hall, 1601 W FU tier St on Tues-
da) al 8 p m
Barr) M Geltner was pi
. hairman
KABBI DAVID UtBfRMAN
Rabbi Lieberman
Due at Banquet
Rabbi David M Lieberman, ol
Chicago, will be guest speaker at
the fifth am lal Merit s L'Inyonei
Chinuch banquet on Sunday, Nov
21, at Waldman's Hotel, Beach
Councilman Joe Malek, dinner
chairman, announced.
Rabbi Lieberman i> spiritual
leader of Congregation Or Israel
t ii.i principal ol the Bais Yaacoy
Hebrew Parochial School in Chi-
cago.
he was raised and educated in
Belgium and France, and came to
the the V S. in 1846 Rabbi Lieber-
man graduated with honors from
the Lubavitcher Yeshiva in I960
The banquet will honor Michael
Sossin owner and director of the
Blackstone Hotel on Miami Beach.
-for his work in aid of the Luba-
vitcher cause "
Miami Mayor Robert King High
won a fifth term of office in the
city elections Tuesdaj by an al-
most 2 to l margin, topping a field
>{ three other candidates.
High received 22.582 votes Also-
rans were Jerry Stern, 9.275; Jon
(ailton. 1.717; and Georse Thom-
bs, 940.
In the race for City Commis-
sion, Group 4. Mrs. Athalie Range
will be in a runoff with Irwin
('hristie, Mrs. Range uarnered
11.340 vot.-s to Christie's 10,333
Others in the Group 4 campaign
were LeRoy Weiner, 6.742; Mrs
Doris E McAUister, 2.729; George
Kalil, 1.887. .1 Marquette Philips.
B40: and Angelo Sands, 556
Runnoff between the winners is
Britain Approves
Genocide Pact
Cortinued from Page 1-A
...
lion ol I ntion on Gei
,. Decembi r I 1946 6"
states itified or ac
lo I
'.
Stai (i rnnn nl has n
. | nvention. A
i
C.S. Senate in s
of many i it it I"'
test oft ; icsl was
voiced b it< sid I I
netlj .:i the summer ol I 163
scheduled in Miami for next Tues-
day.
David Kennedy won a seconi
consecutive four year term for
City Commission in Croup 5. get
ting 18.937 ballots. Others were
Mrs F.dith B. Bradley. 5.891; Mur
ray 7. Klein. 3.912; and Dod t
Johnson. 3.185.
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rith Social Singles is
lisoring B dame on Saturday
night at the Saxonj Hotel Tickets
may be purchased at the door ani
include a night club show and live
orchestra for dancing
Palmer
I Memorials
"Miomi's Only
Jewish
Monument
Builders"
LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE!
Jifereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood has
ipened a Thrift Shop in the Lit-
tle River arc;, at 184 N'E 79th St
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's lorqest & Oldest
Supply Hous for Synaqoaues,
Hebrew I Sunday Schools.
Wholesale A ffefnil
ISRAUI GIFTS AND NOVElTfES
417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017
Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC C FTS
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1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
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Hours of Continuous
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ARTHRITIS PAIM
Anacin* gives hours of oontinuout
reliaf from arthritis' minor paina
van such chronic pain arising from
sleep In the Joints. Anacin also re-
duces swelling and inflammation. Id
eninutss pain (roes so that it's easier
to move afflicted limbs airain. The
faason Anacin Tablets ara so affee-
tlve is because they contain th pain
reliever most recommended by J
plus an srtro ingredient not f'und
tn Ian line aspirins or buffere*
aslria*. Xaks aa directed.
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Guaranteed Perpetual Care fund
N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE.
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Scheduled Unveilings
Su'NDAY, NOV. 21. 1965
Mr. Sinai Cemetery
DAVE AUERBACH, 2 p.m.
HERMAN SHIFREN, 2 p.m.
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Page 14-A
+Jelst> ncrkRan
Friday, November 19. 1965
1
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SHVER
Playing Musical Chairs With Name-Changes
On television
t h v ol
night, .' a c k
B i' n n y Hid
thai if he had
known ho was
going to be
such a famou*
fiddler he
w (i u 1 d have
kept Ma original name, Kubel-
s<> or. perhaps, ha added in
his delightfullv whimsical fash-
ii n, "I would have called my-
Kuhetoky the Great."
What Benny meant was that
il he had been sure of his sue-
ha would have kept his
original name
Some people make quite a
tatmmia a bout name-thai
mi the part of the Jews. It is
true that in some cases it is
motivated by the desire to eon
ceal one's Jewishness. But in
many other eases, .lews have
every right to shed Russian or
Polish names a n d use easier
ones or names more in keeping
with our at-homeness in this
country'- After all. were Jews SO
well treated in those benighted
countries that they should feel
an obligation to memorialize
them each time the> identify
themselves ,,,
1 have a friend who was <.,.
ei to shed his last name, but he
didn't want anyone to feel that
he was doing it to llee hia JOW-
iahnesa. So. avail aa he short-
ened nil last name from Poz-
nansky to Berry, he changed
hi- lust name from Harr> to
Jacob.
Name-changing has long been
an accepted Jswish custom. In
the Bible. Abram became Abra-
ham; Sarai. Sarah; and Jacob.
Israel. Indeed, the only patri-
arch who did not undergo a
change was Isaac, and that
makes sense because In Hebrew
it ia a word which meant laugh-
ter.
And in modern Israel you
couldn't join the cabinet of Da-
vid Ben-Gurion (nee Green) un-
let* > Therefore. Chertok went to
Sharat, and the late Bahbi
Fislrman switched to Maimon.
Cot it! M a i n is Hebrew for
ocean, the home of fish.
(ioing back to American ce-
lebrities, there is no question
that we now live in a time when
.lews COUld make a go of their
profession without the need to
alter their names in accordance
with the idea of timid managers
that this would ease the path
t o w 4 r d s popular acceptance.
Leonard Bernstein could do no
better had he altered his name
to Burns Chances are that Lee
.1. Cobb would have done M
well if he had retained the orig-
inal Jacob; and Dore Schary
could have stayed Isidore with-
out much damage to his career.
And. in other fields. Arthur
Coldberg is an example of a
man who has reached the
heights with a name, though
Germanic, which is identified
with Jewishness. Indeed, when
our t'\ Ambassador was ISM
on TV with the I'ope. on the
latter's visit to this country.
naanj a person probably saw the
two and wondered Who is that
man with Goldberg!"
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Steve Allen Shouldn't Have Quit the Race
IT'S TOO bad Steve Allen is out of the race for Con
,,..> from California Congress needs hia humor
The drj Congressional Kccord might have perked up
It's no wonder the news stands don't carry it
Mien's retirement from the race is due to some
legalistic red tape. I've been thinking maybe ha
could go to Israel and run there. They've gol SO
manv tickets a man of Allen's humor and sympathies
would be appreciated Israel is very much like Cali-
fornia in climate and other things, although I thuik
Israel still has more Israelis than California. From
the Israeli papers, you might think you were Uving
in America They carry in Hebrew Walter Lippman's
columns. Art Buchw aid's humoristic pieces One II
lael paper is serializing Kisenhower's Memoirs.
Anyway, we hope the withdrawal of Mr Mien
from the race is temporary. He can be a candidate
at the election following.
The infusion of some theatrical blood in Con-
gress should be good for the country Jefferson la-
mented Uie fact that CongTess is so largely consti-
tuted of lawyers.
We should like to nominate another man of the
Stage lor Congress, Jack Benny
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Varying Mews of the Christmas Stamp
BIBLICAL SCHOLARS may well chal-
line us Ue appeal to then: to cor-
n ct tii n wen- wrong. But we've been
I ,ui arch-an men-
in.-.i : j i ame One >~
!i ichai I, the othi i la Gabriel v I '
to be
the i s chri -tamp
is : ir
\\n. n last
mp had shifti v '" ">' "r

.
tj
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il and the wa> it hits your desk Thus man;
-i e no
: ir
U.S. Mai inea are
out in Vietnam. 4
Much, much mon than what is on or off a
tamp ition to what the ultima-
ion makers in this countrj are to do about re-
dub hole:. ii the public schools
.;> in view o! recent Supreme Court decisions banning
the recitation of the Lord's Prayer an.l also barring Bible
reading in the schools
The sin p istic approach is well expressed In an actual
.,: t, ;lu editor, here quoted m full "To The Editor
schools, look at the trouble
ivjng in the HtU( hildren an paring
.... b< fore il ia too lati please put th< into
the -, | m This lettei i iter in het obvious sii
undoubtedly will be much more dianu
n the -sue ol hi ances in the
si hooia :- sell
\ 5urve> in 1 responses froi
>ur ol -iu
is I '

testant p systen N reflect
ias is i ight there in
. i i
expi
, ,n p ius hohd... sphere,
I en asive that it 1< rket l
Yel the reasons for modifying these observances in
the claa i >m and foi mem centered >' '"
churches and homes are unanswerable in a societj dedi
i ated to liberty, with freedom ol conacience at the cot
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Israel Juvenile Delinquency
Waahington
in the shadow of Tel Avh s hut-
' urioiis tourist hotels. I'.S wel-
fare experts have found an Israeli
innovation street corner gang!
of juvenile delinquents The teen-
agers, mostly of North African
background, have created a prob-
lem so serious that the Israeli Gov-
ernment welcomes a IS welfare
administration itudy. The land) suggested need for
new concepts in dealing with delinquent juvenile*
in both Israel and the United States.
One finding is that the United States may be
able to gain insights into a vexing American dilem-
ma. American welfare authorities may learn more
about the plague of juvenile delinquency by ob-
serving the developing pattern in the totally new
society of Israel.
Although delinquency II just emerging in Israel.
Striking similarities were noted between Tel Aviv
and New York street gangs, according to Dr. Ellen
Winston, I S ftimmiminnw of Welfare
If a way can he found to prevent further de-
terioration in Tel Aviv, the United States may ob-
tain valuable clues t<> help reverse the older de-
linquency trends in America.
Israel aought to create an ideal human commun-
ity. Love and dignity were accorded to individuals.
regardless of background or status Nevertheless
some of the worst aspects of Harlem and the East
Side are emerging among teenagers in Tel Aviv
slums Israeli authorities are eauer to analyze and
confront this situation. American exporta are hope-
ful that mutual benefits can DC derived from coop-
erative research.
The smart guys" loiter about kiosks, rudely of
fending passers-by. plotting thefts, shouting obsceni-
ties, and even smoking hashhish. Some carry switch-
blade knives.
The Tel Aviv gangs are mainly interested in the
Israeli equivalent of the "easy dollar.'' There is talk
of "pulling jobs" and "unloading the loot "
Jefferson also player! the violin like Benny Tru-
man played the piano and long ago in Israel. David
played the harp His son. Solomon was not a mu-
sician but a literary man. author of a couple of best
s. Hers. Song of Songs and ProvertM, all of which
goes to show that politics and arts went hand in hand
and worked very well in am lent Israel.
With Allen and I'.enny in Congress, admission
could be charged to the House Gallery and the ad-
ditional income might make it possible for the Gov-
ernment to reduce taxes
The job of Congressman should appeal to the
thrifty Benny. With the franking privilege, he could
save money on stamps. And thirty-nine is just the
right age for Congress. The Congressman is then at
his best like Speaker MrCormack.
Roth Allen and Benny have a quality that espe-
cially fits them for public service. This past week
we read an electioneering story about Yigal Alon
his name is similar to Allen i. He is one of the young
iM>litical intellectuals In Israel, a graduate of oxtord.
He had Hist finished i Hebrew speech in Beersheba
when a woman came up. She spoke Yiddish and she
told him how her family had conn- from Koumania
how much she liked his speech
Yigal Alon asked her ii she could apeak Hebrew
\o she replied but hia words, she said, had
warmed her hear) and she waa all ior him
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Political Scheming
Utii'i I N
IT is not that a i orre
' dent eval
- -i lies n( dip]
\ en the opportunity
ack and whiti
tween th< >od and the e\ il, bets
i tin
tor) has It a nee to
obsen ing the agard 11
tnc i oiled slates efforts to havi m condemned
ill) bj the i ruled Nations. The move has bees I
the time, killed
But. in the process, the United States haa covered it-
self with glory magnificently. Obrertssy, the Soviet Un-
ion has liesmirchcd itself totally.
Unfortunately, it must be added, many of the UN
members of whom Jews often speak as "our !xst friends
participated in the defeat of the U.S. move Some, like
the many members of the \!ro \sian bloc counted as
friends, did s(> because, to them. anti-Semitism is only an
issue concerning the world's white community which too
man) Ol these members feel is none of their direct basaV
nea Others including a number of West European states
like Norway, and Denmark or Latin Americans like Costa
Rica and Argentina, lined up on the wrong side of the
fence for a variety of political reasons. But the net result
was that the IS move was voted down.
At issue was an amendment to the draft United Na-
tions Convention on the Khminatiun ol Racial Discrimin-
ation. That amendment was introduced by the I mted
States, later co sponsored by Brazil, and called for out-
right condemnation of anti-Semitism. In an effort to coun-
ter the I'.S move, the Soviet Union presented a sub-
amendment, calling for the condemnation of anti-Semi-
tism and Zionism and Nazism and neo-Nazism. Obviously,
that sub-amendment was a tricky maneuver, and its
bracketing of Zionism with Nazism was an insult to any-
one s understanding of history. But that was not the end
of the political-diplomatic jockeying.
The Soviet Union had no hope whatever that its move
would succeed. In fact, neither the USSR delegation, or
any of its friends, delivered even a single speech calling
for endorsement of the Soviet sub-amendment. The Sev
icteers had one aim To block adoption of the amendment
initiated by the USA
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trepan paprrs on their
ewish lilt' He said that
rj JewiahlMM only
t.'l custom and that, for
adults, JUWlllMf ''<
problems as citi-
jiuman beings.
r emphasized that the
. iere not people 'who
, to the issues facing
air often deeply
gnd manifest that con-
eadenhip training
programs, where they ash not only
how and when but whj n Judaism
had no answers, it ritual and cus-
toms were all we had to offer, we
would Indeed I>e in difficulty.' In-
added. 'It is almost tngic that too
often we have failed to translate
the ethnical concepts which are the
heart of Judaism into lanjiuaue
and terms which our yovmi; people
could know and understand."
He alto declared that there
was a growing concern in North
America for the future of Jewish
communities and added that
what was needed wit "a heal-
thy concern, not for fear of
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Ishown settling last minute details are Mrs. William H. Gordon.
I.hostess md Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman nf th* Temple
lEmanu-El Sisterhood trip ticket project. The committee met
let the GoiHon home to set up the annual program which will
Iculminatt' in the Temple's annual meeting and dance on Sun-
Idcv evening Nov. 28. Other members of the committee are
IMts Irving Cypen. Mrs. Max Dinisman. Mrs. Samuel I* Hal-
Icenn Mrs Louis Hauser, Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, Mrs. Irving
EehrmaT! Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro and Mrs. Michael Tames.
Hadassah to Hear Speaker
J Miami < hi tei ol Hadassah has
R tkers to appear
luring Sabbath ter
|m- oi evening at the fol
i ie>i
Mrs Philip Fine, Adath Yeshu
run Temple: Mrs .lack Lubin,
Flaglcr-Granada Jewish Center;
Mrs Norman ( hasin, B'nai Ra
phael
Birthday cake and table dec-
orations were in shades of pink
for the luncheon tendered Marine
GUckman when she turned sweet
sixteen earlier this month .
The Imperial Hoom of the Roney
IMaza Hotel was the setting for
the festivities which attracted 28
friends and relatives to the gay
afternoon planned by the honor-
ee's parents. Mr and Mrs
Nathaniel (J lick man. Miami
Beach residents for the past 15
years during which they have
been active in local organiza-
tions Their vivacious teen
ager is a junior at Beach High
and belongs to the .lays Sorority
and Octette Service Club .
Guests included Mr and Mrs. Hy
man Dave. Margie's aunt and
uncle from Asheville. N.C., and
Mrs Doris Adler. a great aunt.

Mr and Mrs Albert Rosen, of
North Miami Reach, have re
turned from Long Island. N V
where they attended the Bar
Mitzvah of grandson Ronald
Son f the former Miamian Lea-
trice Sunshine and Fredric Rob-
erts, the celebrant was born here
Reception and dinner follow-
jng the Bar Mitzvah ceremony
was held at U-onards of Great
Neck .
Only adults accompanied by
teen-agers or subteen-agers were
permitted on the boat ride last
Saturday which celebrated the
Has Mitzvah of Lyn Judy, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs Harold A
Font It was a gay evening Ml
the SS Dreamboat. with saiior
hats for the young people, lou of
refreshments and continuous
dancing to a band with a be** .
Here from South Carolina for tie
celebration, was Mr.-. Harold
Pont's sister Mrs Hyman 3---
bergal.

Over 400 admirers of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson turned up at Wash-
ington Federal, Miami Beach, in
Saturday night to help him cele-
brate his 84th birthday ... in
honor of the occasion. Dr. and
Mrs Morris Schor unveiled a
bust of Dr Wolfson made by Zena
Posever. well-known Miami
Beach painter and sculptor
Founder and director of the Spin-
oza Forum for Adult Education,
Dr. Wolfson returned the compli-
ment by giving live rules on how
to grow old usefully ... On "Dies-
daj noon, at the Pil-ido Hotel,
B'r.ai B'rith Lodge wuT pay hom-
age to the spry octogenarian i '-
ring its regular meeting
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I othbetn-'! V- -trA Mr* Joseph

Temple Israel Sisterhood is herring the first ir. c series of
Sound of Boole reviews Tuesday. Dec. 7. at 10 &RL. in Woli-
sor. Auditorium. Left to rich: are Mrs. Herbert Paige, ro-ahaa-
man. Mrs. Jasep- P.urr.er rr.a_-rr.rr. ar.a Mrs. MhM Rosen-
berg, angel o: the ser.es A breakfast will precede the rev-.ew
by Dr Joseph ? Narol spiritual leader of Temple Israe!. The
book to be reviewed is Jarr.es Micher.er s The Source
Pioneer Women Slate Functions
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e Basrer a-
ceew* wtti f '^ "lowe^r "#*r?!^t
Fund in Israel
-peaker will be Rabbi
Max Shapiro, of Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation Chairmao for the eve-
ning will be Mrs. Milton Green A
.ram of Jewish folk
>ongs anil b- offered by Regina
Calm Hub president is Mrs Jo-
seph Kranu

Tikva Chapter will have a 40th
anniversary party marking the
birthday of Pioneer Women in
America on Sunday. 7.30 pm.. at
"Aa-nington Federal. 1234 Washing
ton Ave. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi S T Swirsky. of Beth Ja
cob Congregation. Chairman will
be Mrs Moms Seeman. Guest art-
ists will be L. Tameres and Frank .
Snyder Chapter president is Mrs
Nat Wagner.
. .
Annual Jewish Book Month will
ob-erved b> tbe GoWa Meir
Chapter at iU, meeting on Wedl
4ay, 1 p m in Washington Feder-
L234 Washington '
F wing the bush
Open House Sunday
-
rent I

2
1800
conducted by Mrs Abraham Settl-
er, | Mrs Na'.hamal Sor-
off cultural chairman, will a
duce Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of
~- p!e Beth Sholem
Rabbi Malavsky will review So
Strangi M] Path, by Abraham
Cartel
*
KOSHER
MORRISON^SCHIFF
>, "THE GOOD FRANKFURT
HERMAN -.
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD m ami BEACH
Phone 531-6811
There's only one thing better
than a pound of MAR-PARV Margarine
two pounds!
Having 5
for Dinner?
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b-m-dow ana uw "" *
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Mother*'
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5 large portuns In each can
a*alyla portics- 0\
that soec a i ade
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(Having 10 tor dinner?
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The perfect M rgarine tot the Jewish home. Certified kosher and p
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mms A and I) added Spreads smooth ice-cold Maj be kept in freezci
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Cincinnati, Ohio.


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cv. n Democratic Women's Club lander.
[., ielecation to the recent ninth
I '- n of "the Democratic Women's
I Flor.da at the Landmark Hotel in
1 i seated (left to right> Mrs.
Ws Glassei piesident, Mrs. Malvtn Enq-
Democratic state committeewoman.
Mrs. Andre Bialolenki. Mrs. Lillian Engel. Mrs.
Austin Burke. Standing (left to right) are
Mrs. Max LeVine, Miss Sylvia Stein, Miss
Lenore Stein, Miss Rena Stein. Mrs. Paul
Grand, and Mrs. Rose Spielberg.
^rber Chapter
umabout1 Fete
k |} meeting of Lor-
.,-. children's Asthma
Lan Institute and hospital.
I, out" dinner at the
11, nl on Tuesday.
I md assumed the of-
I anship held by his
conducted the business
[,-. chapter.
tuTHl 'H the program was a
ion show presented by Chapp'a,
\ r. Mile, and coordinated
|n -. Greenfcder, program-
% ,. president.
of Lorber Chapter is
Herbert J Teller: co-ordinat-
via president, Mrs. Arnold
ways and means vice
Went Mrs klan Abelson; and
hbenrup vice president. Mrs.
I"
Empire State Cub
Empire State Club of Florida
was to have ladies nlghl on
Thursday, 7 45 p.m al the Bar-
celona Hotel. Lou Gold is enter-
tainment chairman.
David Pinski
In Orceg Shabbat
Mizrachi Women
Part Monday
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women's Organisation is
s|>onsorint: a card and games par-
ty on Monday, 1 p.m.. at the Carl-
ton Hotel.
Mrs Katz l.aufer, chapter presi-
dent, will conduit a board meeting
on Monday. Nov. 2. I p.m at the
home of Mrs Rivka Safra, 1015
Pennsylvania Ave
An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by
the David Pinski Folk School, will
be held on Friday. 8 p.m.. at the
school quarters, 842 Washington
Ave.
Evening will include the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress female quar-
tet In Yiddish and Hebrew folk
songs. Bina Barnett. director, will
also play the piano accompani- g Hofbof PTA
ment.
Women's American ORT Sabbath Marked
In Houses of Worship Here This Weekend
Temples and synagogues Ernesl Sohnen for South M ami
throughout the area will pay tnli- hapter
ite to the global vocational educa Oneg Shabbat will follow all ser-
ion and training program of Worn- vlces____ _______
en's American OUT during ser
rices on Fridaj evening.
Guesl speakers participating in
>RT Sabbath include Mrs l.ouis
" representing Biscayne and
Greater Miami Chapters at Temple
Emanu-El; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt,
il Temple .ludea. for Coral GaMes
lhapter; Mrs. Sidney Kronlsh,
Temple Sinai of North Miami for
Atlantic Shores and Greynolds
Park
Mrs Florence Kupperman Tem-
ple Belli sholom. for Islanders,
Gulfstream, Business and Proles
sional, and Treasure Isle Chap-
ters; Mrs. Edward Light, Holly-
id Temple Beth Sholem: Mrs
Leonard l'echenik. Temple IVnai
Sholom. for North Miami Chapter
Members of Bay and Ocean liar
bor Chapters will participate in
Services at Temple Ner Tamid;
North Dade Chapter at Beth Tor-
ah; Southwest Chapter at Temple
Beth Tov, Gulfstream Chapter will
participate in Saturday morning
services at the Hebrew Academy
t>vM
gathered for you
Miriam Field
Last Friday evening, ORT Sab-
bath was observed at Beth David,
with Mrs. Edward Blackman rep-
resenting Coral Cables Chapter,
and at Temple Beth Am, with Mrs.
Series of lectures on "Epoch in
Spain" will be continued by Louis
Lasavin. school principal. Portion
of the We** will be read by Ber-
nard Furman
Bay Harbor Elementary School
PTA will hold a luncheon Satur-
day noon in the Baccarat Room of
the Deauvill hotel. Mrs. Siegel is
in charge of arrangements.
/V Auxiliary
id to Israel Set
l.e Chaim Weumanu's
arked by Bur-
Si Auxiliary,
terans. al Its Aid
|\iesday, B:30
- 3737 Bird
I be Charles
a ., student
e
i i mi
md Mi M>
i
- planning to
lipment for
Hospital In Is-
m
far tohich to fite^anks
Pastrami?
Nothing goes with
|a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
{"MM Tetley U bright and
r.acinjt as the finest, tastiest tea
ILmA e-a fvorite in Jewish
BULK. BAGS AND
INSTANT
U' are emancipated." dectart !
.!,- Rothschild, "bill
, mancipation thou our Faith,
n
This- wa
family wlio"u > expressing and
,. | | -. i ... Jewi i had
mil known fine* the Book o/ King*."
it is graphic. H is gripping.In fact, fact
reads like fiction as Frederic Morton
unfolds the extra-ordinars saga of
The Rothschilds.'
^Shh legendary dynast) was founded
/-"') years ago in Frankfurt's Ghetto b*
a Hterallv nameless coin collector ith
courtly manners and a pod's dreamt,
whose toy **> '' Mud? the Talmud
Kith his live fateful sons.
These tbe son* became bankers to em-
pires, creators of international finance
as It is know n today, builders of Europe'
first railways, patrons of art and indus-
try companions of kmirs, prnUmthm-
pists on a colossal scaleand the great
protectors of their people.
"ftherwore their Je.i\hness like noble
insignia. Picture Baron Lionel, hammer
in hand, erecting a suicah against the
wall o\ his august London offices! Al
rovatbanquets the Rothschild* either ate
kosher food or did not eat at all. MeZUZOt
ere devoutly affixed to the doorpost! of
magnifk i at mansions ami Judaism <"
diligently implanted in the voting.
Each in his own way, the Rothschild"
fought for Jewish uaflSill SSSSBMlW. It i
said of Baron Lionel that whan itcame
to he 1 pins fetlo" le*s he became "al-
most irrational with solicitude," which
Is surer) inatioaalU) ofthe*trj highest
order. \nd this passionate identification
with their heritage is perhaps the most
valuable item la the storied Rothschild
inheritance.
eVhoisri. l
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slants
Vnd < e '& S connois-
seur's. -
K>Ul .
Old sou kno* N *'
Prize W'im
As we offer prayer of Thanksgiving
we reflect on the goodness of life
in the American tradition
... the freedom of religious worship
the high standards of living
the rich harvest of field and factory.
The abundant life so appropriately
symbolized in a tender, wholesome,
delicious turkey, Koshered by Empire.
iaulh! Mckage mMns Kwnr- Certified
"' m Pjrve by Rabbi Jacob Cohen
The MOST TRUSTED Uame In Kosher Poultry
STun-on o, Orthodox ^*XXSZ^Z^ lUp. "be*. Cut Up. Ma. W,n,s, ^
" ^^^DTy: NORMAN MENDELSON & SONS
"Giveinc."pleaded I -J
re! Korthisso
it sold his b and with
, like that, it <*
Sov. *e ha\c brought that old o -t
. delkiousl) up to .
Out recipe makes8 to 10 hcanj hel i-
.. ,., scd :>> barter a
ESAU'S P0TTA6E
3 .. cups s .ceo omons j cup P'anters Oil
1 pound ground
3 cups stewed ton
I j cups diced celery 1 cuo sliced car-ots
1 cup dift'd parsnips
1 cub dice -reen pepper
1 quart water ; pound lentils
1 tablespoon salt 2 teaspoon pepoar
In a large pot same onions in Planlers OH.
\dd uroiind lamh and brown. Stir in lam-
IOCS, celery, carrots, parsnips, ureen
pepper. \dd water, lentils, sail, pepper.
Conk oer low heat about 1W hours or
until lentils are tender.
fit takes thousands and thousands of
hmtdfkkedcoffee hear.- to mak
poundof Instant Chase A Sanhorn. And
a century oj coffee-making know-hoit
goes into every single far, N''' >"**
know wh) It's to good. Isn't it the only
coffee that's good enough foi voui '
and friends? ( hate A Sanhorn <
und Planlei I ( Nl f made under v, at -
round Rabbinical Supervision. .>/ course.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRWHT
YOUNG HOMEMAKER


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Fridcry

Mizrachi Women To Hear Report
,-ort on Mizrachi Wo
;: Arthur I Snydai ptockrana Nor. 18 to man. North Dcde Chapter Mn Mpfa Lef-
"- ~ Days in North Miami Beech. Mi Robert !
::.: urges ;. Rippacl of the annual drive preeJdenl North Dade Mn Robert Herbt
mbined efforts of North Dade and pre* lent Peshlcin Chapter: Mr= Harry Ar-
3hapters of the Children / chairman Mayo: Snyder .-
-o rr.d Hospital S-c: i
e Mrs Leo Gariinkel. chair-
National Council Chooses Nine Miami Members
V..... am I
- S itionsl
: ... -.. that
have been ap-
ittees

need the appoint
Jropical Chapter luncheon
banter, Am
i hold a
-I Thur-
ilk Hotel's Napo-
arrange
is ii Mrs Sidnej Burger
COlLrQO
nts of Mrs.
public alfi n Mi Farr.
field sen .i e Mrs Jean C !- I
pu->nc i Mn S
I commun; H r
urs and
Mrs. 1
n ii Mn Raj n
in. public ret ublic
Mini Mr-
'
Na" rial < .. Jew ih Worn-
imoof mId oldest major
ha-
29 affiliated
Nationalh t:


ts and
Thf
-vice for

from
of U* 5< hcxil of I
cat!'
the p
H e b r i
a,-. -
SI p A Bos ;
ucational materials tu children's
broad
inizattoa of America annual < rupt#-r
B, JllSt At-
N .' ill be presented
Academt on Wed-
1 P ra
Three rr.embers of the national
: will offer I Of "h-
arking the 40th year
|| tu sa The] are Mrs
William Weintraub. national tr
Mr- h"ring Boyer. and Mrs
Arrange omrruttee- for the
report meeting and recep
. r. for all seven chapters of the
.-< the presidents of
chapter
Mrs Rachel Katz Laufer Miami
r Mrs Julius BUM
stein Mrs H>man Kolko Hatik
Tokajer,
Mn Tfa(^"SWH-e
Mr- I
Sakowitr Kinaerel Chapter:
ar. Mn Ira
looah CapJar. B
Hospital Women
In Confab Here
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ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
SALAMI
TM PURE BEEF
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NO I C O T
BOLOGNA
WILNO KOSHER 2"NeTa^.?::,e
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF
MIAMI BRANCH:
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551
ORT Reelects
Mrs. Rosenberg
By Special Report
Mrs Max M Rosenberg of
Short HiUi S J has been re-
lent of W
n <>KT
thai 1.000 :
ecent
Pitt
anin

Mr- i.
ent

....
< Spechliil is Speaker
Dr Darid Walterman a special
naeaker
at the 1 evening
Senior ation of
il .'.
We
COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN
ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING SPECIALS NOW
LOTS Ot KOSHER t.OOOIfS
FEATURING THE FINEST HOMEMADE SOUPS
ORDER YOUR TURKEY NOW
STUFFED BREAST OF VEAL
CHICKEN IN THE POT
FLANKEN IN THE POT
BREAST OF LAMB
KASHA VARNISHKAS
EVERYTHING MADE TO ORDER
MATZA BALLS
2 for 25e
LARGE KREPLACK
$1 25 per Doi
HOMEMADE
STUFFED DERMA
89c per Lb
CHICKtN M4TZA B4U
(tEflAC!
*t/SMf00*-8Atfr
LfNTR
SWIfT l SOU* CABBAGl
MOtlHUN Bf4M VlC'.TABLl
79c per Qt.
IM% lurf* i hopped CUekm liver !!>
Noodle or Potato KUGEl 75c per Lb. Famous Homemade GEFILTE FISH 50c Each
WAMOi'S UOMIM \in PECK LED HERMW
Freshly Smoked Chub*-98c Lb.
Lox-59c U Lb. Nova-79c Lb.
KOSHER CORNED BEEF AND PASTRAMI CUT TO ORDER-59c '4 LB.
-BETTER TU A\ MAMA 1 SED TO MAKE"
ALL FOODS COOKED ON PREMISES ORDER NOW
COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN
5:5 A?THUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI BEACH FLOROA
lhoii< .IK |-7tiftl For Pre* BHIverv
'Simmered
tutto-di-giorno
ta'am!"
Chef Bo) Ai:? tan :f
E-i ih. Hi
id < u 1
NW
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE*
MEATLESS
SPAGHETTI SAUCE
S: rich m f.jor, tOl': )
cooied ,:a to| Who else btr Cast
Boy-Ar-Dei could ceate so much
baiaitcba ta'arn in a meatless
siuce-hsr.e gronn tomitoes.
on t t Italian touch of Pl'* ; .< : I.
Csiicio.j with spaghetti, omelets,
r eit loaf.
BRAND
HEW!
recloseabto
"iahisS
mm
ONLY
GENUINE IMPORTED
SWISS HAS REAL
OF
SWITZERLAND
Look for "S* land"
on the p
or chunk j
you arc sure
matchless 1
S-. ss C
in S\*it2
where c!
Then
I
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Sa "
Sull/priand
Swiss! il;VSP
At last! A margarine
with all three
1. 100% DAIRY FREE
2. LIQUID MAZOLA
CORN OIL
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA
MAZOLA
MARGARINE
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November 19. 1965
+Jelst fhrldtmr
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FOOD
FAIR
OUR
ge****
DELICATESSEN
SUNOM
IS OVERFLOWING WITH TASTE-TEMPTING
DELICACIES THAT ARE TIME & MONEY SAVERS TO YOU
Just tell your Appetizer Man how you wish your order sliced .
?ft mil it qlcU to ptcoAe fmf
PR-CES EFFECTIVE
THURSDAY
THRU WEfcKtND
NEW YORK STYLE < LB.
Corned Beef
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER SAVE 40c LB.
\RVE ^9)1 '(
Margarine
l-LB.
iQTRS
WITH CORN OIL SALTED CR nSALTED
SAVE 80< LB.
ALL WHITE MEAT
SLICED 1
\0UR OKOER
49c
1Ke>ic4 < d
...YOUR ADDED S
,\n i si*M*'s.
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JmlstrkrHk*n
Friday, November \)
... 4^Mbottt k f^eoplc and JT"
aces
.
MADAM ELOISE BOUCHE
AND HER PUSSYCAT MODELS
Madame Bmiche was really Ida i.Mrs MiktO
Forer, and the Pussycat models were all mem-
bers of Beth David Sisterhood at their adorable
Mad Chapeaux luncheon and Hat Show Male
Herb Rau. Skipper Chuck and fudge
Mitchell Goldman, found it hard work picking out
the most beautiful the most original and the fun-
hat, but to the lad] fudges it came aaaj
The Rebbesin's hat was a candid camera on the
verj pretty head of pretty GabrieJhi Landau Mir-
iam Mr> Wiliani Weintraub. all in green with
a hu.i green hat a> there she can't believe the
- trip to Kurope that she took with her
husband and children 1- now just a fond mem
or) Bernice Mrs. Louis) Schwartzman was at
.. table with Floience (Mrs Meyar) Baskin
who had an arrangement of leaves on her head
Pert Raj .Mrs Mas Jacobaan was hurrying
about, a- well as Annette [Mrs Lou Settlin, who
wore .1 monej bat filled with dollar bills. The hat
was given a- a priae Everyone was busy saying
cludiaj Mrs Harn Gordon, Mr- Julius
tor Mrs Albert Dubbin. Mrs Paul Barnett.
Mrs AJ Berfcowitz, and Mrs Leo R Cohen.
ONE OF THE FALLEN
Dorothy Kreiger Fink went to Spain with her
sister*. Mrs Harvej Greenapai Mrs M C Bur-
ton, and niece, Mrs Basil lleatter At Santa Crei
Del Yalle De Los Cardos. a shrine neai Madrid
called in English The Valley of the Fallen. Dor-
othy became one of the fallen She tripped on the
marble flooi. was in the hospital in Spain for 11
days, undergoing surgery and then llown back
to the states She said that at the airport, in New
York the most beautiful sight in the world was
her son Richard, coming across the field to the
ambulance Now Dorothy is at Mt Sinai with one
of those trapezes in front of her to pull on. getting
caught up on local news and enjoying listening
10 Naomi. Dick's wife, tell about the children and
the latest dramatic pla> she was in.
AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
The new decor at YVestview Country Club was
irreath admired when Eleanor .Mrs Gus) Eeuer
entertained her mother's friends in honor of her
mother. Blanche (Mrs Louis' Fncdmann birth-
day Gay tables oi eight were enhanced b>
autumn Hovers of white and yellow pom pom-
Eleanor had table of her friends, to she too
could play cards while her mothers friends
played At her table were Ruth (Mrs Mas Ore
\ it/.. Miriam (Mrs David) Bass. Florence iMr-
Louis Wolf-on and Ann (Mrs Mauncei Kovcn
Among her mot tests were Mrs Arline
Grotta Mis Guatie Grant. Mrs .leannc Roth-
schild. Mrs Neil Magoon. Mrs May Kurt/ Mrs
Carl Ettenger and Mrs i Milman
Frances Lehman
At the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Fourth A
last Saturday night are 'left to riqht) Saul Sill
of the function and hospital trustee; Harry Li
and Mrs. Silberman and Mrs. Lewis. Some 4CC ;.
them to celebrate the gala at the Doral Starlight Roo!
Kennedy Tribute Will Feature Radio Personality
Lee Yogel. Pea body Award-win-
I radio commentator, will be
guest speaker at the second an-
nual John P. Kennedy tribute of
the Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, on
Tuesday, l p.m.. at the Algiers
Hotel, according to Mrs. Irving B.
Kaplan, president.
Vogel will speak on "Extremism
1965" In his discussion on the
dangers of the extreme left and
right. Yogel will describe his own
personal experiences in dealing
with political extremes, both in
Miami and up north.
Chairman for the dav will be
Mrs Leo C Steinberg, chairman
jf the Commission on Community
interrelations. Florida Women's
Division. American Jewish Con-
gress
Co-chairman will be Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, membership chairman of
the Women's Division Members
of the committee are Mrs. Sylwa
Silvers, president. Justine Chapter.
Mrs Joseph Albuquerque, presi-
dent, Louise Wise Chapter. Mrs
Jeanette Stern, president, Miami-
Coral Gables Chapter: and Mrs.
Sy Reese, president, North Dade
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter.
Al.-o, Mrs Irving I'erlyn. mem-
bership chairman. Eleanor Bnose-
velt Chapter. Mrs Louis Cohen,
membership chairman. Louise
Wise Chapter: and Mrs Russell
Winer. membership chairman.
Miami Chapter.
Rabb Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
president of the South Florida
Council, will greet guests.
NONE AND IHAKl IT
"Jlotuk'l JM4t 7uui ?uk
BONDED .. PERFECT I
GUARANTEED *
i nio' w(cnr !'
COMaTlTlV> CIS
MliHl IJM4M MMMIIK- : M<
5 3Cbe Exotic fiardrna
T. fa**, in* !' m* I
Temple Judea Sisterhood
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
hold a paid-up luncheon at the
t mple on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
MJ a.m. The affair will be ca
tered by the Sisterhood board. A
musical program, directed by Mrs
Adah .laffer. will ix presented.
footlighters Luncheon friday
Footlighters luncheon will be
held at noon Friday in the Casano-
\a Room of the Deauville Hotel
1^-on Fields i> in charge of ar
624-8551
EAGLE FINANCE CORP.
18348 N.w. 7 Av.
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"FUNITUK"-"AmiANCIS"
"ClOTHINO "-"JIWEIRY," etc.
"All Items Tax Deductible--
CALL 696-2101
Mrs. Range Eyes
Commission Seat
\^ city commissioner. 1 can
stand up and be counted as a per-
son dedicated to the human rights
of every citizen in Miami." de-
clared Mrs Athalie Range this
week
Mr-- Range will be in the runoff
next Tuesday for the City Com-
mission seat vacated by Mrs. Al-
ice Wainright in Group 4
Her supporters declare Mrs
Ranne to be a successful civic
leader businesswoman and moth-
er "
Mrs Ranye is president of
Roosevelt Savings and Loan As-
sociation and on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Community Rela-
tions Board.
She is also a member of the Ec-
onomic opportunity Program.
Hade county Young Democrats,
won the Catholic Diocese
Award for meritorious service in
Mrs Rai named "Citizen
of the Year 1963' bj Omega Psi
Phi Fraternity,
for the most
of vacation pleasure,
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The Sunshine State is America's
playground. See why.
Set the Gulf Coast and the Gulf Strt;
(for fishing). See the nation's ol
city or Cape Kennedy (for conti
See the Everglades (just for fun)!
See as much of Florida as you
can- and you'll see why. every v<
more than 160,000 other vacatii
settle here to stay. Maybe you'll
of this year's thousands of new
residents. After all it takes
to see all of Florida. Why not take it?
r i i *
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i t i a m t can'4
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0gf, ifetnbr ia is
Uffle Kahaner
Fashion Brunch
ir* d of
,d branch.
| m ["uesdaj
the Ten
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Sunshine Chapter
[Features Film
.1 movie tea
SOU and
lS Al
will
m ( hap-
. en, a: its
- Tud*y. at
I the bus
: :>> Mrs Flank
I
r d [or the
I eld al Hah
m SE I67tl
I 30 from I
I
wedding anni
I v"
L the social hour
I vice
. charge ol the
Doctors to Dance
I At Mount Sinai
i i. tors dm-
bj the
Mount Sinai Hospi
| A ednesda;
'li<' Fontaine
- icial affair In
ictors and dentists
lot Hospital's stall
planned a> a "gel
ctors, dentists
i nl Sinai Hospi
guests will be mem
lital's administra
i and intern staffs.
begin at 8 pm.
eci de : al 7 i> m b) a
ii ihe doctora given b>
i : '. trustees
the attair is Dr
Serving with
I H Maurice Edelman,
Sa ford Le\ ine
New >ork Club Meeting
N< ib "f Florida will
ar i and io< ial
p m ..t Washii
i I M H.T'h st Enter-
bj singer, Jeanine
Dai lea, mimic.
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Xinneret Chapter
Party Saturday
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Cha s Mrs
Planning Eoi the annual membership party ot Milton Stfkm and Trudy Hamerschlag. Stand-
Miami Beach Chapter, Women s Division ot :ng deft to right are Mesdames Ruth Poner.
Technion on Dec. 10 are (seated left to right, Ruth Johnson-Berger. and lack Katzman.
Miss Rena Stein and Mesdames Philip Thau.
N. J. Congressman Speaks Sunday At Temple Israel
Novel Review Scheduled
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on. r. to '" '"*'
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Women luncheon
I Dutk
es S hn-
son, of New Jerst > Passaic Coun
r. will be guest lecturer al the
Sunday morning adult studj
course I Be i ontemporarj Jew
in America." al Temple Israel of
Greater Miami
A leader in the congressional
n ove to have the Ku Klux Klan in-
ted b) the House In Ameri-
tctivities Committee, Rep
Joelson will speak on "Righl Wing
Extremism
The youngest cit) counsel in the
Judge Balaban
Will Address
Workmen's Circle
Circuit Court Judge Henry L
Balaban will be guest speaker at
the monthly meeting of Miami
Beach Branch 1089 of the Work-
men's Circle to b held Saturday.
r 30 fin al Washington Federal,
1 133 Normandy Dr.
Judge Balaban'a topic ill be
Are 'hi' Court.- loo Lenient With
Criminals A question and answer
period will follow Bernard Brust
i- program chairman.
Arthur Rosichan, executive di-
rector Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
, ration will be speaker for the
cultural evening of the I L Pereta
Workmen's Circle Schools on rues-
K p m at 1545 SW 3rd SI
The evening will open with a
communit) sing led by Max Glei-
berman. director of the school
histor) of Paterson, Joelson also
served a.~ deput) attorney general
of the State of New Jersey and \\a<
of the Criminal investigation
Section
Elected to Congress n 1960 he
serves on the House
State. Justice, Commerce
and Judiciary Committees
- m was
Kappa at Cornell Cniversitj and
received his
During World War II he ser
in the Office oi Naval Intelligence.
was assigni d I lapai
j, having learned I
age under a spec al
A DATE 10 REMEMBER.'
TEMPLE
BETH RAPHAEL
1S45 JeHerson Avenue
Miami Beach
Will open its
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
an November 26th al 8.-15 *M.
itmatok
MMORIAl SERVICES TO BE HELD fOR YARMOUTH
C4STU VICTIMS ROSE AND SAMUEL ERANKEL.
Memorial services for Rosa and Samuel Frankel of 4244 Chase
Avt victims of the Yarmouth Castle boai tragedy Nov 14,
will be held on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom,
4144 Chase Ave. Tho Frankels are survived by a daughter,
Mrs Florence Moss, Miami Beach. Mr. Frankel is survived by
bother, Irving Frankel of Miami Beach, and a sister, Rose
Frankel, Miami. Mrs. Frankel leaves her mother, a sister
*nc' iree brothers, all of Brooklyn, N.Y.
TO THOSE WHO EXPREESSED
THEIR SYMPATHY
ii so many beautiful and practical ways during our
'cent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks.
The Family of the late
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Friday. November
IS
;eenng Committee of the Accountants Division of the Com-
_ .-ed Jewish Appeal set for the 1966 campaign goal at S25.-
1.1. a S5.000 increase over last year. Members of the commit-
te getting pledge cards are (left to right) Charles Hertzoff,
V:y Sokolow, Aoe Krutman. Karl Sachs. Joseph Post. Chair-
Accountants Division of CJAppeal
Sets $25,000 Goal for 1966 Campaign
man Arnold Stern, co-chairman Ralph Weisbard. Benjamin
Budowsky. Jerry Bloom. A. B. Werner. Albert Beer. Milton
Kublin and Eli Hurwitz. The group scheduled Dec. 1 for its an-
nual campaign dinner at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Mi^H
' first group, sni.ually to kick
ne Combined Jewish Appeal
> Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
r. did w thii 'wk with full
.-. ". ahead
,-ih Miami Beach Accountant
.d J Stern ffH named chair-
r:' anil Miami Accountant Ralph
V. Weisbard was named co-chair-
D of the Accountants Division
Oi e 1966 CJA and with com-
D e members let a goal of $25.-
00 for their share of the cam
pi 1 La-t year, the accountants
nd met a uoal of $20,000
f-ern nd Weisbard'* appoint
H -iti a chairman and eo-chir-
"11, respectively, were Fi-
re .ned by till year's chair-
rrtn, Al Beer. The group raised
BB Women's
Council Functions
- .ward North Dane Council,
E i; B'rith Women, will have a
paic-up membership affair for par
ating chapters. Hollywood.
. Dade, Shoshana and Sun-
al --. on Tueada) evening, Nov
3 at the Surfaidc Community
i
-pecial Israeli program will be
r rented, Israeli Musical Trave*
k Itarring Marion Spear. El
t- Moberman. with specialty
a: by I-ana and Sonya Solnick.
accompanied bv Mrs. Aida
^ 9.
Julian Nacron, chairman.
ii charge "f reservations
its goal this year and vc /ed "to
raise more funds for the 1966
campaign."
Committee members are Stern.
Weisbard. Benjamin Budowsky.
Jerry Bloom. A. B Wiener. Albert
Beer. Milton Kublin. Eli Hurwitz.
Joseph Post. Karl Sachs. Abe
Krutman. Jerry Sokolow. Charles
Hertzoff (hannon Band. Melvin
Burton anil Howard Learner.
Arthur S Rosichan. evecutive
director of Federation, greeted the
\ mutants Division at its first
meeting and declared that the
area "has more health and we)
fan- problems than perhaps an)
other Jewish community in the
United Statei
"But." he added, "we have leal
funds to work with "
He continued: "We have our
problems of dea'ing with new
people and many transplants,
and we must educate them to
our local needs. Federation has
figured out the 1966 budget,
which forsees a minimum of
$50,000 more than last year just
to keep up with the same pro-
gram because of rising opera-
tional costs.
'Most important he added,
'we are looking to improve our
programs."
Steering Committee Oi the Ac-
countants Division met for more
than three houis and set Dec 1
as the date for Us annual dinner at
the Dupont Plata Hotel.
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Spaciousness as the
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ajrudst the ptuahnraa of
the Doral Country Club,
Weddings, confirmations,
banquets are enhanced
by the country chib atmos-J
phere of this resort-estate.
For ajaajgjgfj details, pleat* coB
Mr. Day Id Kane, Director of Food and Bertragm
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Clubt
JE 2-3600
A new atendard of
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weddings, hincheona,
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CJA Committee
To Offer Film
The Combined Jewish Appeal
Committee Of the Four Freedoms
t al :1800 Collins Ave Miami
Beach, will have a apodal show-
ing of the award winning film.
Lei M) People GO."
Date for the showing is Dec 13.
8 p m at the Four Freedoms
House, according to Rabbi Beryl
Aronovitz. chairman of the com
mittee arranging the event for the
Combined Jewiah Appeal, fund
:..i-ing arm of the Greater Miami
Jewiah Federation
'itmii! on the committee with
Rabbi An.novitz are Mr and Mrs
Manuel Feierman Mr am! Mr-
Louia Luatig, Mr anil Mrs Ben
ii Mr and Mrs Philip Weiaa
Mis i harles Schlossman. A.
Louia Paul. Arthur 11
farb Ben Corn and Saul Block
Rep. Shevin Ot^j]
As Outstanding
State Rep H
member of the I H
lative deb
Jack
1989 -.- at
at the Rober: lie)
: inu CI
The award is
I > '
the memberi
Some of the important 1*9,,
lation sponsored by !M th*,m
during the past ss sn men**,
a constitutional amendment t,
alleviate the effect o* the jnyw.
tory tax on business and iniu%-
fry, a strict penal coo* for nir
cotic violations, the aevgnat^
of a four-year collene o- Dd
County, a state minimum aM
law, and the establisnmem gi
the Florida Council on Humtn
Relations.
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Rep Shevin. an
is a member of ti | 5
rectors of Beth D
Rep Shevin was
this past aeaaioa oi tl
b> his selection b>
I'm s i orps as '01
most valuable meml-
islature "
Adult Classes
At Beth Am
Regular adult educal
at Temple Beth Am ..
Mondav evenio
beginnera Hebrew
Rabbi Herbert Bl tlattJ
for 8pm
At 9 p m Rabbi S
er will lead a course
Jewish Thmkeis
HAffOlD GUSSM4N
Federation Says
Harold Glassman
PR Director Here
Harold D Glaaaman. a native
of South Florida. ha> been named
public relations director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Glassman began hi new job
earlier this month, taking over the
i>ost at Federation after near!)
four years at (he Miami Beach
Dairy Sun. where he worked on the
city desk as a makeup and layout
editor and city hall editor Nearly
three years at the Daily Sun were
spent as sports editor
Glassman 24, was born on
Miami Beach and except for a
39-month stint in the Army has
lived in the South Florida art*.
He was a newspaperman in uni-
form and served in New York,
California and 18 months in
Stuttgart, Germany, writing for
Stars and Stripes and the
Seventh Army Sentinel.
Glassman is president of the
Florida chapter oi the l s liar
neaa Writers a member of the
Florida Turf Writers, Nations
Sportewritera and Nation.1; B
ball Writers organizations, a mem-
bei of the Miami Beach .'
Chambei of Commerce the Miami
Beach Sports Committee and
Chamber of Commerce Sports
Committee, the Florida Chapter of
the Public Relation- SoCiet) of
America, and the Advertising Club
of Greater Miami
He is married to the former Lin
da Learner, of Schcnectadj \ Y
and has unr son. Howard. 16
months The Glasamana live at
1381 Bav Dr Miami Beach
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November 19.
1965
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wli5to Official Will Make
liman Relations Award to Rabbi Narot
,eWl,h Commit-
,Q65-\ -' f,,r 1,is,incu,shed
9* .,, the Cauaa <>f
* ns will >o present-
Narot. .abb.
-!" dinner to
IPTSPN 28 at the Dupont
|p.j H
-,. II be i"......"''I fcj
| -. .....,. 0f Newark
: ,, Ajc, National
I *ho wl11 *
I
Homar formerly served M
^...i v c president of me
" n Jewish Committee.
teiS c7t Domestic Af-
EToU-e.vic.ch.i^.n
TL Cc ~,,unity Affair. Com-
I.HH. d pr..i-"
{h,pfer ir Essex County, N.J.
i talla> ,;4 he was a member
I.,, \- :. .W-wMi Committee
iFa-jl *:
l^-.-r
|:
the NAACP, and David B Flee-
man, honorary presic'-nt, AJCom-
nittee and vice president of the
G'eater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Jacob Bornstein, cantor of Tern-
pie Israel, will present a mono
Ingue ami selection of songs from
'Fiddler on the Roof." Cantor
Bornstein is a graduate of Hebrew
I nion College School of Sacred
Music and in his H yean associa-
tion with Temple Israel has fre-
quentl) been heard In local con-
certs, oratorios and with the pro
duction of the Miami Opera Guild.
The evening, a black tie event,
will conclude festivities with dan
i cinfl to Lenny Dawson and his
orchestra, currently play.nu in
Dr. Ranson Is Guest Preacher
Dr Samuel 7. .laffc. spiritual
leader Ol Temple Beth El, Holly
wood, was in San Francisco last
weekend attending the 48th bien
nial convention of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
PiidfP E HOFfMAN
Club (iigi of the Pontainebli au
Hotel
Accompanying him as delegates
were Mr and Mr- Morton I.
\bram, president, and Mr and
Mrs Sherwin Grossman, members
ol the Hoard of Trustee-
l)i Marifls Ranson. rabbi-emer-
itus ol Temple KnianuKl. Ft
ile will be guest preach-
er a' icv- ;,i Tern"'" Both Pi
on Friday evening. His sermon
ui'.i !" in "How i an We Devel-
op I: ight?'
The East Orange Temple in
New Jersey, where Rabbi Ranson
Served for many years, dedicated
it- religious school chapel in his
honor in 1962. and designated it
as "The Rabbi Marius Ranson In-
terfaith Brotherhood Chapel"
Dr Ranson was mad.- an hon-
orary life member of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis in
tribute to his dedicated ministry.
Fascell Speaks
Before Lodge
Congressman Dante B. Fascell
was principal speaker at the
regular meeting <>1 the Miami
;,, ach Lodge ol B'nai B'rith at the
Algiers Hotel on Wednesday at i
p.m.
Miami Judge Milton A Friedman
also spoke. Joseph L. Good-
man, president of the organlxa.
tion. was chairman.
\ atican to discuss
, relations, as ex-
ee at the Ecumen-
Rabbi Caplan to be Honored Here Dec. 16
For 35 Years of Service in the Rabbinate
ational and civic af-
n .,n was a-sista.it gen-
the War Production
..-iy served on the
tions and Trade
tlee of the Bar As
the City of New York.
the Korean conflict
. hearing commis-
National Production
the New York-New
dctive
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lerslcouns
I Trade R
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I Phi Beta Kappa at
the Law Journal
,t Y'a 5< hool Hoffman
ird of Director- of
. .mil real estate
-
Tribute1 honoring Dr. Narot
' for his cedication and commit-
ment to creating a positive cli-
mate in human relation* in this
community will be paid by out-
standing citizens of Dade Coun-
ty, including John C. Harrison,
member of the Metro Com-
munity Relations Board, the
Rev. Thecdore R. Gibson, past
presiden- c' the local chapter of
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will be
honored bv his congregation and
Greater Miami
Jewry on Dec.
lti at the Deau
Mile Motel
Rabbi Caplan.
currently serv-
ing as president
of the Create!
Miami Rabbini-
cal Association.
will be cited for
entering his 35th
year in the ral>-
innate. which be-
ban with his first
pulpit in Miami
Harold Thorman, a past presi-
dent of Temple Israel and a
member of the Executive Com-
mittee and past vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will be toastmaster
at the Dec. 16 event.
Among honored guests at the
dinner will be Rabbi Israel Miller,
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America Locally, the follow-
in e. spiritual leaders will repre-ent
RABBI CflPlAN
a broad segment of the religious
community:
Luther Pierce, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Churches
Rev. Fr. Donald F. X. Con-
nolly, of the Miami Diocese
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spi-
ritual leader of Young Israel and
ol the Orthodox Jewish com-
munit)
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu Kl. re-
presenting the Conservative move-
ment
a Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
|i i nf Temple Beth Sholom, re-
presenting the Liberal Reform
movement.
Daniel P. Tunick, president
of Sky Lake Synagogue, of which
Rabbi Caplan is spiritual leader,
will represent the Sky Lake con-
gregation. Mrs. Asheri Engel-
mm will represent its Sisterhood.
At the Dec lti function in his
honor Rabbi Caplan will 1m- pre
sented with a life contract by Sky
Lake
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Friday. November 19. 1965
i
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ruth Mrs Robert Rosen's maiden name was Victor-
haus when she lived in Pittsburgh, Pa. it was a verj normal
life, with no great upheavals or changes, surrounded by the
love and kindness oi an affectionate family Ruth excelled
i: sports, was .-mart in Hebrew School ai evidenced by the
fact that she taught reading there when she was 13 and
Sunday School when she was 14. The environment of bar
home leaned toward education. Her mother was a regis-
tered pharmacist, and all of her mother's sisters were pro-
fessional women Ruth had an aptitude for teaching that
has followed her all of her life. She received a scholarship
to Prick Training School to become a teacher and later
graduated irom the L'niversitj ol
University of Pittsburgh
In college. Ruth was active as
archon of her sorority. Phi Sigma
Sigma. During college days, she
didn't dream that some day. this
year to be exact, she would be the
grand archon of Phi Sigma Sigma,
or national president. Always du-
ring her teaching, as well as her
sororitj work. Ruth has been
thrilled with watching the develop-
ment of young people Alive and
alert, she says, they offer so much
to the world Ruth teels that if she
car, assist in even a small way to
further that development, she too,
is helping
The Rosens have lived in Miami since 1940 and cele-
brated then- 25th weding anniversary this year Ruth and
another Phi Sigma Sigma believed there must be other
sorors lure The) put an ad in the paper Six I'ln Sigma
Sigma member, responded, and so the Alumnae LSSOI atloii
was started. Ruth was also instrumental in starting the ac-
tive chapter at the University of Miami Ruth and her hua
band, whom she describes a- gentle and loving, fell in love
during high school days. They have three children. Son
Melvyn is married to Peggy, and have two children. I.aura
and Audrey, and live in Chicago Daughter Cookii is mar-
ried to Norman Sne-il. and thev also have two children. Mar
ev and l.ee When Ruth knew she was going to have a di
vidend. Mitchell, who is now ten. she just felt that she
couldn't go through I'TA again. But by the third time
around I'TA. Mitchell is so much fun that going to PTA
meetings is even enjoyable Thirteen >ears ago, Ruth went
to the Board of Education to appl) for a substitute position.
Seeing a principal she knew, she was greeted with "come
and start this afternoon as a first grade teacher" She (Inl-
and has been teaching ever since as a corrective reading
specialist
Ruth likes t<> swim in their pool The Rosens play cards
even bridge, verj well together Ruth finds it fun to enter*
small groups; foi dinner, and they barbecue outside
However Bob says cooking is not for him and gladly turns
the fork and chefs hat over to his wife Ruth finds that
being grand archon of Phi Sigma Sigma is a lot more work
than the glowing reports given to her when she was nom-
inated but she takes it in stride enjoying every minute of
being as she Bays a norn a woman
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\DL Executive. Bride Say Vows Here
The former Mrs Sophie A
s, hachtei became the bride ol the
, xecutive director ol the Florida
ouiee ol the Anti-Defamation
League last Sundaj
she exchanged vows with Wil-
liam G. Pinsley in 11:30 o'clock
riles in the studj ol Rabbi Sol
Landau at Beth David Congn
tion.
The new
tt nded by
Schachter.
kee, Wise
Mrs. pinsley was at
her daughter, Harriet
a teacher in Mllwaii
who arrived here for
t he ceremony Mr Pinsle> 's
daughter, a student at Coral Ga-
bles Senior High, also participated
m the ceremonv
Born in Chicago, Mr Pinslej at-
tended the L'niveisitv of lllil
where he earned a Bachelor's de-
gree In commerce, as well as a
law degree He is a member ol the
Illinois Bar, and was engaged in
legal and public relations work pri-
or to joining the Anti-Defamation
League in Chicago.
Mr Pinsley arrived hen- to head
up the Florida API. in September
In Chicago, he was in charge of
the midwest Factfinding Depart-
ment of the Anti-Defamation
League, He also supervised the In-
lay seven regional offices of the
\1)|. I \ C ept for the period
tvveen the fall of 1!4:' and the
Spring Ol 1!H<>. when he served in
the IS \ r m v durum the war
years. Mr Pinsle) has since been
involved m the ADl.'s programs
The vi v Mrs Pinsley was i a
iii Harlowton Mont and attended
the University ol Washington at
Seattle, majoring in English lit
nature and minoring in journal
ism
She was formerl) chairman of
the school hoard of B'nai Et -mat
in Skokie. Ill and one of the found
ers oi Anshe Emet Da) School in
Chicago with the late Rabbi -v
mon Goldman
She served with the ASfjOCtatiOl
foi Kamilv Living, and held Office
in Uu- Lincolnwood B'nai b'rith
Women. National Council of .lev*
ish Women, and headed Girl Scouts
Ol America three times
The intimate family wedding was
vestimation and exposure of many follower! by breakfast at the On
bate organizations on both the ex [H,Mt pfaza Motel Mr and Mrs
treme right and left. Pinsley. who will live in Coral Ga
His previous i*>st. in addition to bles, plan to take a honeymoon trip
fact finding, Involved supervision to Nassau during the Thank- \\
of 14 mid western states covered ing holidl)
Garden Club
Sees Slides
MB. AND MRS. P/NSifY
Vajda, Zimbler
Exchange Vows
The Dupont Plaza Motel was the
setting for the nuptials uniting
Anita Marian Zimbler and Steven
Alan Vajda on Sunday, Now 14
I Alfred Waxman conducted
the- earl) afternoon ceremony
which w..s followed by a reception
in the hotel
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the newlyweda will live in
Chicago The bride is the daugh-
ter of Mr .>nil Mrs Marry Zimbler,
3147 SW 25th Ter. Her bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mis Gei
Vajda, 501 SW 44th Ct
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A coronet Of pearls held the mul-
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carried cascade ol white orchids
and stephanotls.
Serving as matron of honor was
Mrs Barbara Zimbler. with An-
nette Vajda, Beverh Altshuler and
Joanne Vajda. bridesmaids
Best man to the bridegroom was
Mien Alt man, with Barry Zimbler.
Anthony Tom son and Sidney Mo
das serving as ushers.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High and (harron Williams
Commercial Collage. Mer husband
an engineer, is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High and Purdue Uni-
versity. Me served BS president of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
Made-land Garden Club held a
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Mrs. Edward Grad. 7701 SW DOth
Ave.
Program for the morning includ-
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World of Flowers." and holidav
decorations presented by mem
ben Mrs Norman Todd. Mrs Sid
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Schiff.
President is Mrs George Gittel
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A June wedding ia Jacksonville
Jewish Center is planned bj Miss
Kaye Helen Kluglnar whose en
neiii to Dr. Stephen H.
Schwartz, ol No Miami Beach, is
announced bv her parents. Mr and
Mrs Charles Kluglose, of Jack.....
v ill.
Dr Stephen Schwartz, capl
with the Air Force at Keesler AFB,
is the s,,n ,.| Mr and Mis Hen
Schwartz, of No Miami Beach
The bnde to-be ia a graduate of
I.aiidoii Huh and attended Gear
ma Southern College in Statcsboro.
Dr Schwartz is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida He \t an
alumnus of the Medical College of
\ irginia in Richmond and belongs
to Alpha Fpsilon PI and Alpha
Omega Fraternities
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Plans Wedding
To Med Student
Mr and Mrs Jack Greenhouse
2601 s\\ 24th st have announced
the engagement ol then- daughter,
Ann to Steven \1 Klein, son of
the late Mr and Mrs Alfred Klein,
of Cleveland, 0
The bride to be la aenior at
Chatham College in Pittsburgh and
plans to continue her studies to-
ward a Master's degree m educa-
tion
Mer fiance u attending Ohio
State University Medical School
Wedding for the betrothed coup-
I- is planned for June 20. 1966. in
New York.
Cohens Reveal
Marcia's Troth
Mr and Mrs Herbert Cohan, of
i?ixi North shore Dr announce the
igement of their daughter,
t Susan to Herbert Aaron
Yoskowltz, son of Mr and Mrs.
Mai rv Yoskowitz, of Brooklyn, NY
The bnde to ( is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
she attended the i niversttj of
Florida, and is presently a student
at Douglas College in New Bruns-
wick, NJ.
Her fiance is a graduate f
Brooklyn Collage and received in*
Master of Arts degree in clinical
psychology from the University of
Florida in June Me is now a stu
dent at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in New York
City
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June.
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THEODORE BlUTTER
Susan Wiesner
Now Mrs. Blutter
The former Susan Wiener be
camr the bride of Theodore Martin
Hlutter nn Sunday, Nov. 7, in New
York City.
DauK'iier of Mrs Joseph Wies-
ner, of Miami Beach, and the late
Mr Weisner, the bride attended
Miami Beach Senior High and
Dado County Junior College
She was given in marriage by
her ancle, Charles Gross, and had
the groom's sifter. Mr- Melvin Alt-
man, as matron "I honor
The bridegroom is the son "f Mr
and Mrs Samuel Hlutter. of Kings
Point, N Y He is vice president ol
Lisa Stevens Co and Doll) Mar
tin. Inc Melvin Altaian served as
beat man.
After a honeymoon in Mexico,
the newlyweds will live in New
York City
Estrachs Reveal
Daughter's Troth
\Ir and Mrs Leon Eatrach, ol
announce the en
menl th< ler, Helena
Roxanne to Jo< i Kutnii k, son ol
Mi an I Mi s Ja k K itmck, i>f
Miami
The bride e!ci t w ill et
from the l niverMty of Florida in
Decembei She i- interning ;tt Ida
M Fisher Junior High School, spe-
cializing in social stu lies
Mr Kutnick received his de
cum laude from the University ol
Miami and is i member of Flu
Kappa Phi, scholastic honorarj
He is m his senior year at the I'm
vcrsitj "t Miami Medical School
and serves ;i- president of Fhi
Delta Fpsilon. medical fraternity.
Coupe will ho married Dec, 26.
^?oc ia Iit

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Cortinued from Page IB
stationed at Fort Polk, La., are
Ihc happy parents of a little heir-
ess, Ann Lynn, horn Nov. 10 .
New mother is the former Adel
Kleiman, daughter of Dr. Morris
and Eleanor Kleiman, of Miami
Paternal grandparents, Sid
and Ann Levine, and the Klei-
mans, an leaving tin- week to
i i .. arrival
A surprise party, given b> Es
idle Wand for hubb> Milton at
Don's Restaurant and Lounge
this past Sundaj evening, was en
livened by the coined} antics ol
mirthmaster Murraj Franklin
Dinni r i art) was attended by
Vnna w and, Milton's moth-
er. Mr and Mrs Harold Lewis of
Hollywood and Mrs Estelle d.
Kent Miami Bi ach
Itabhi and Mr- Bernard Sho
ter. ol Sarasota, attended the
I nited Synagogue Conference at
the Concord Hotel in New York
I hi com ention concluded
just in time for the couple to jet
lo Miami Beach to join Ihc birth
day celebration for Mrs Shoter's
lather. Nathan Kcusch, ol Miami
The annual famiK party, held
al Chandler's Restaurant, was a
verj ga) one due t>> the attend-
ance ot the Keusch grandchildren,
Neil and Barrj Shoter
Fabulous, roaring, rich and
noisy" is the way Ethel Gerson
describes Madrid After two
weeks of the paee there, reminisc-
ent ol New York City she needed
a rest Hire but considered it well
worth it Next stop on the
itinerarj <>i her extended cruise
was Rome for seven days and
Elks to Offer
Scholarships
Prof Andre S Bialolenki has
been appointed bj Exalted Ruler
Jay Dei mer to head a committee
to select tlio.-e students in the area
who have shown the greatest
promise for leadership.
This is not ;i scholarship eon
a total of S15 Km i in is Sa>
ings Bonds have been appropriated
and made available bj the Elks
National Foundation
ng with Prol Bialolenki is
immittec which will assist in
the selection ol candidates They
are Allan Stratton, ol Miami Dade
Junior College, Dr Ze> Kogan,
I'hil Konove, Harrj Gellens, liar-
r> Wolper, Solomon Dobkin and
Max Affachiner
Schools participating are Mi
ami Beach Senior High School, He-
Academy, I.ear School. St.
Patrick's, and Whitc'ield Senior
Huh School
All entries must be placed with
the Youth Activities Committee
not later than Dec 13
then Israel, with the time goi
far to" quicklj on the trip win
will briny her home to Coral G
bles around the 10th ol Dece
ber.
Miss Hoberman Became Bride Of
Richard Solomon at Temple Menorah
IMISS HEIENE ESTffACH
w Hall Forum
fed on Friday
it Meaning, lmi>ari
ui in- evnluatad
People Speak Town Hall
i i :da> B p ni. m Waah
al U'<4 Washington
-ants vwll be Abraham
ice president, Washing-
Bel nard Baron, direc-
)i r.i .oh Social Sen ice
nl Rc> John Papandrew,
larian Church of Miami;
( chairman
Miss Barbara Hoberman and
Richard SiJomon wore married
Suodav. Nov. 7. at Temnle Men
orah. Rabbi May
or Abramowitz
officiate'I
The bride is
the daughter of
Councilman and
Mrs Louis Hob
erman. of JW6o
Carlyie A e
Surf.side She is a
graduate >>f Mia
mi Beach High
School and Char
run Williams
Business Collegi
The bride
groom is the son
of Mr and Mrs
Solomon, noiti
Carlvle Ave He is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and a student
at the University of Miami.
A reception was hold at the home
ol Councilman and Mrs. Hober-
man. following the ceremony, at
tended by members of both fami-
lies Hw- couple plan to live in
Coral Cables.
New Families to
Be Consecrated
Seventy-five now families, who
recently joined Temple Adath
Yeshurun, will he honored at a
breakfast Sunday morning at the
Temple Auditorium.
Morns Brodaky, chairman of the
Membership Committee, will be
master of ceienionit -
Rabbi Samuel K Stone will of-
ficiate at a candiclighting cere-
mony and const irate the new
members.
PROF. B/A101ENKI
Maccabee Lodge
Elects Officers
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki, ol I
Lido Island, is the newly electi
president of Maccabee Lodge
B'nai B'ritn.
Also elected to serve with Bia
lenki are Samuel Rubin, vice pr.
idont; Harry Sherman, vice pro-
dent; Joseph Mondros. vice pre-
dent; and Louis Nathanson. fina
cial secretary; and Herman Au
bach, treasurer.
JfK Anniversary Noted
Commemorating the second i-
niversary of the late Preside
John F Kennedy's death. Temp
Judoa Federation of Temple You
presented the film. 'The Makiz
of the President, HifiO." at a mov-
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Friday. November 19. 1S65
Eyton Ezrachi, director oi Israel Foreign Trade, Division oi
Commerce and Industry in the U.S., presents a medallion for
-: fare I H. Daniels, chairman ot the board and chief executive
rer of Burdine's, to Mrs. Daniels at the proclamation break-
for notables of all faiihs held in Burdine's I
oking on (center' is S. M. McColloch, vice pre n1 -ind
publicity director of Burdine's, who acted as master ci cere-
LOnies at the breakfast.
Breakfast for Top Community Leaders
Launches Burdine's New Israeli Shop
200 top i immunit)
Iti Dded 11 proc-
iti breakfast last Friday at
line's for the inauguration of
line's Israeli Shop
ABTSCH PERI
Beth Raphael
Reelects Perl
As President
^ P< rl b reelected
f Ti ". le Bt th Raphael,
a) i here

rles Kit ii .
Sa" Segal \ Ice
i estdenl 9am Husseii tn asurer;
Finam
\ ronow re-
'
oi Direi t-
K 'I'd. Julius Sa|
Harrj Corn-
"' Isidon
San i Sh< ar, and Julius H
Proclamations by Miami Mayor
rl King High, Miami Beach
Mi yoi Elliott Roosevelt and Metro
ir Chuck Hal] launched Miami-
Israel Friendship week here to
mark the opening of the new shop
rdine's ;*t the Flagler Si and
Miami Ave window location,
Opening ceremoniea were at
t< nded bj Israel Consul General
for the Southeastern United States
Shimon Vallon, who addrecsed the
distinguished gathering Also
speaking and presenting medal-
-i i 'ali\ es o! each of
the three major faiths as Eyton
l/r.nhi director of Foreign Trade
of the Israel Division of Commerce
and Industry in the I S
Receiving the medallions were
Barrie the Rei K Wiley
d Rabbi Mayer Abram
OW 11/
Special medallion was presented
Mired H Daniels, chairman of
the board and chief executive offi-
cer irdim Ii : i cognition of
the new la
>p Mrs Daniels received
thi presentation in her husband's
df
speaking at the event
1 imas Wasmuth president
an l Ji si ph l Brooks,
vice president Toastmastei was S
M illoch also a \ ice presi-
denl and publicit) din ctor of Bur-
dine s m ho m ted as masti
breakfast w as follow, p
bj ribbon-cutt at an Isi a< \rt
l nhibil 'line;,on
with the launching oi the new Is
n ii Lop v. as opei
M
Zaretsky to Get
israel Award
Maurici I Zaretsky. founder and
chairman ol the board ol Temple
Ner ramid, will be honored at the
; |e Israel Dinner ol State on
evening, Dec 4, at the
bli au Hotel
Zaretsky will receive the State
of Israel Award of Honor, symbol-
izing a "rare calibre of service to
the faith of Israel, the peole of Is
rael and the State of Israel." ac-
lo Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
ual lead, r of the Temple, and
Murray Shaw. Temple president,
who will serve as dinner chairman
Shaw announced thai plans for
the dinner would he speeded at a
reception for members of the Host
Committee at the home of Col and
Mrs William Harris on Thursda)
enii Shav a founder of Tem
pie Ner Tamid, was himself a r
cipient ol Isn i sward ol Hon.
co j ears i
Mr and Mrs Zaretsks have been
M for 20
comii from Chicago w
Mr Zarctskj was an attoi
He i^ .i long-time member of the
Zionist i ion of Vmei
serves on the Hoard ol Direc
tors He is also a member of tm
board ol Freedom Lodge ol B'nai
B'rith and ol the Chicago Club
Berkowitz Family
Reopens Coronet
The Berkowitl family will mark
its ltith year of hotel operation .n
\m 25 with the reopening for
the winter season of their family's
Coronet Hotel in Miami Beach
Mr and Mr.- Murray Berkowitz.
owner operators of the 200 room
kosher rexnt. will join their guesta
during the reopening ceremonies
at a festive Thanksgiving Dinner
winch will be preceded by i spe-
cial prayer service in the Coronet's
private >> nagogue
All public rooms in th Coro-
net have boon completely refurb-
ished for tho 1966 season in a
color scheme of Mediterranean
blue, gold and white. The syna-
gogue itself, with a seating ca-
pacity for 200 persons, has been
redecorated in tones of deep
burgundy and royal blue.
The Coronet maintains a spe
t ally inal! synagogue designed ex
elusive!) for use as a house of wor
ship Dail) services will !* held
m tln> sanctuarj for hotel guests,
as well as special Sabbath services,
officiated by guest canton and
leading < (rthodox rabbis
Judge Spaet Will
Speak Monday
On Mondaj evening, the Jewish
National Fund Council of On
Miami will hold its general i
ing at the Fontalnebieau Hotel.
A progress report on the forth-
coming Me Ami Development Din
ner will be given "Tickets are go-
ing very fast and we anticipate a
complete sellout for this event.'1
-..id William Bornstein. president
ol the Council
Judge Harold Spaet, of the Cir-
cuit Court, and longtime civic and
Jewish community leader, will ad-
dress the meeting.
The Me Ami Development Din-
rer is scheduled for Dec. 5 at thl
Pontarnebleau Hotel
MAURICl TARtTiKr
B'nai Zion Slates
Meet Next Week
B'nai Zion, American fraternal
Zionist organization, will have Its
next meeting on Thursda) eve
nine,. Na\ 25. at Washington Fed
eral, l~ H. v. asbington \ve
Samuel A Reisei will preside al
a round table discussion on How
to Live Ypui Retirement Years to
the Fullest
Book to be Reviewed
Beach Chapter of the Asth-
matic Children's Foundation will
meet on Monday. 8:15 pm in the
Community Boom of Miami Beach
Federal. 407 Ijncoln Koad The
Source." .lames Muhenei s best
selling book, will be reviewed h>
Israel Friedman.
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)ar
KSflitzsdL
,odo!ph Kout
,,l Mr and Mrs
I ,,, |090 47th 't will
Mitzvah on Saturday
20, al Temple
the eighth trade at
| nigh School and
|,' | |ub Hi- inter
letica music and
L will be honored
I irdaj evening at
HI, Hotel
(hen Ciwn
m >t Mi and
awn, 12496 Key
v ill i ecome Bai
da) No> 20, al
..,,- al Temple
Randolph Kout Stcphtn (own
ll
Vbbott School
!!, i- interested
. ,,:'. basketball
. has won awards
in baseball.
irandparenta,
. !', Weiner, of
Ml and Mrs
. Beach, will

chard Morris
ind Mi-
nk 203rd St .
in on Sat
20 al Beth
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Mo i u.i
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Hi h the
tation
I con I inue his
Mitzvah
jpUrl Rosenbloom
Mrs Ethel Rosen
b. 16 Ith SI will be
u ,ah on Saturday
al Beth Torah
He will receive b
h : Ihe Mollie Ka
r
an eighth
I Kennedy Jim-
tarry Cold Abbe Bendell
People Synagogue, teen age con-
gregation of the Religious School
David Skup
Da\ id Man. son "1 Mr anil Mrs
Murray Skup, will he Bar Mitzvah
during Saturdaj mornina services,
No\ 20, at Temple Adath Vesh
ui mi
David i- an honor student in 'he
eighth grade at John F Kennedy
Junior High He plays clarinet in
the school symphonic hand, and is
interested in stamp-collecting and
photography
Me is an honor student in the
graduating class of Hebrew School,
and last year won an award in the
National Bible Contest
Following services. Mr and Mrs
Skup will give a ir eption in hon-
or id' then son
*
Lawrence Baumwald
Lawrence Irwin, son of Mr and
Mrs Solomon Baumwald 2541 5W
I Ter will become Bar Mitz-
vah dm in'.: Saturdaj services at
Beth David Congregation, on Nov
20
Law ; < an eighth 'fade stu-
den' al High
and has I" : th David
Hell- oil- School for the pa-t elidlt
years He ;- intei ested in com
: led baseball and
' ail
and Mr- Herman Dani
: Mrs Jennie Sim- anci-
ents of Lawrence will he in at-
tendance at the services and cele
bration to he held at their home
Fla. Asst. Atty.
Sen. to Address
EOD Dinner Here
Charles F Wilson. Florida spe-
cial assistant attorney general,
will Ik- featured speaker at the
.annual Equal Op-
portunity I) a y
[dinner Saturday
aight at the Ev
r^lades Hotel.
A former law
>rofessor at Flor-
da A and M. Wil-
.on will highlight
he EOD dinner
iiogram. which
ilso will include
iresentation of
.wards to per-
ms f o s t e n n g
qual opportuni-
ty
Wilson is a
Chorale Seeks Members
North Hade Chorale, a new stnx-
ing group which meets at 8 p.m.,
Thursdays, in room 105, JFK Com-
munity school, is looking for no i
bers and also for an accompanist.
V \t meeting was to Ik- held Thurs-
daj Leon Schitt is director
Jerry levcnhol I. Boumwold
David Skup
Susan Glaiier
Abbe Bendell
Abbe K.'' I lau hter of Mr
and Mrs David B n lell 724 I S\H
becon e Bas Mitz
vah on Friday, Nos. 19 al the late
services al Beth David
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Abbe i- an eighth grade student
..' Palmetto Junior High, where
-he plays flute in the hand She
also participates activelj in swim
h-: \ and tennis
The celebrant's maternal grand-
mother, Kate Sandow, of London,
i land, will attend the services
and receptions which will held
. at Beth David's Spector Hall
; Kings Bay Yacht club.
member o< the Board of Direct-
ors of coth the Community Coun-
cil of Escambia County, where
he practiced law in Pensacola,
and the County Commuity Ac-
tion Program. He is former pres-
ident of the Southwest Bar As-
sociation, president of the Flor-
ida A and M Alumni Association
and recipient of a special award
from the 'jniversity for his work
in the area of Florida civil right*.
if Equal Opportunity
Daj is the Greater Miami Urban
League, an agency ol the United
Fund a (ministered bj an interra-
: men and women from
i., ,. .I life T Willard Fair is
dor
Christie Set
For Runoff Here
Irwin C. Christie will be in the
runoff in next Tuesday's election
in Group 4 for Miami City Com-
mission, seeking the seat vacated
by retiring Mrs Alice Wainright.
The 36-year-old candidate is
married to the former Joyce Spec-
tor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lius Spector. and granddaughter of
Mr and Mrs Samuel ("Pop"' Sp
tor The couple have four chikll
; nd are expect inn a fifth this"
month
Christie is a graduate of N e w
York University and the Unh
sitj of Miami, where he receivi d
ins :,iw degree, At the university,
he was an attorney general, "
i ,- of the Legal Guidance Boar l
author of articles in the Miami
Law Review, and received his de-
ree cum laude.
Hi Is a past exalted ruler of the
Elks of Miami and on the board >!
the VM and WHA ,
Insurance Exec Assigned
Henry Pearlman has been as-
signed by American Income I
Insurance Co of Waco. Tex
its Florida office at 720 NW 27th
Ave under the supen ision of Si I
Jaci bs with whom Pearlman
c closely asso< tated
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Waldman
MOTEL
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lor High, and attends fifth year
graduatir Hebrew class at Beth
Corah He is active in the Young
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fodilional
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GERMAN AND
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12 Noon to 10 P.**.
HALIANDALE, FLORIDA
On US 1, one half m i* ouh
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Specialty of the House
"PAELLA VALENCIANA"
OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILV
NW. 7th STREET, MIAMI ?"" NE 3 *496
Larry Gold
Religious services at Temple
Sinai lo be held al Wash ns
Pedei I l NE ItiTth SI on Sat-
urday morning, No* 20, will in-
clude the Har Mitzvah of Larry,
son of Mr and Mrs Aaron Gold.
l..iii> is an ei ihth grade student
at John F Kennedy Junior High
School His favorite sports are
ill and soccer, and he has
ded judo clas es for the past
years His include
,. Q |, ; and the
i plays the piano and
\ iohn
(mi of town relatives who will
be atl his
; Mrs Leon
Park, N V
Jerry Leventhal
Jerry. son ol I Mrs. N
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Hotel c held in the
Mil vah
Susan Glaiier
Susan, daughter ol Mi and Mrs
Sal Glazier, 1990 NE 197th Ter
will become Bas Mitzvah on Fri-
day evening, No*. 19, at Beth I *
ah Congregation
Susan will receive a Bible in be-
half oi the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
hood
Susan is aii eighth JTade student
al John F Kennedy Junior High,
win re she plays Dute in the school
orchestra Susan is a member ol
I nited Synagogue Youth and Girl
Scouts
3 DAY
"hanksgiving Special
CMtCK IN THURS NOV ?5 TO SUNDAY NOV 28
All BOOMS AT tM S 'i
per person
.NCIUOINO STH1CUY KOSHM -*!AlS
under @ super, sion
DINNER MUSIC and DANCING
Traditional
THANKSGIVING DINNER
S,.d trom 4 -a ? t VI
$395
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LEGAL NOTICE
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"And next year, we hope to have a Rabbi, too !"
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IN iHt COLNTV :_DOE S COURT
. AND FOR D^DE COt.NTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 6S6
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ATTENTION j
ATTORNEYS'.
9-M^isl Fkrtdli"W
solicits your legal uoticse.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-1645
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LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SI -ll. K IS H IIRKHY i :i\ l*.X thai
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 68542 A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66849 B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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ARTHl'll w K U'.Mt'K
LEGAL NOTICE
in the county Juooe-scovtoT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 68781 A
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I FLO" 0^ .N PROBATE
No 64-J6-A
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:e cc ntention to make
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I*'. iordade COUNTY.
FLO" DA N PROBATE
No S8978-A
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B It l.KATHKKVAS. -l.rk of
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 6S362C
IS RK Kalata ., .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 8SC-11502
BEVERLY r. SHIELDS,
Plaintiff.
DOUOIdAfl i BIBBUDB.
1 '.f.-mlant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T.i DOVOLAS S. SHIl-.l.I'S
Realdence L'nlmown
Y,u |.of.;i.\>' S. SIIIKl.l'S are
hereby notlf|.-d that a Hill -t ''o'"-
,,..,,, for Divorce hai '" W
acalnal y.m. and you sri renulrjd to
. .,,v of > "ur Answer < i Ii aa-
In, ,,, the i-.'H < Complaint on IM
plaintiff Al.....ley. Uoyd
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 67984-C
IN Kl" '-'
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml IT. dltor......1 All IN 1- Hn
Ins Clalnw oi IH-manda Asulnal Said
Katati
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lu.li yoa maj liaxe nsalnat
,1, Mtati of ISAAC SAMiKl.s.-N
deceased '' "( '"li ''''' K'"'
Ida. to the C 'v :,!-' ^'H'"'
County, and file the aaini I
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Klortda (Katutea, in tiielr offleea In
M, Countv Courthousi In l'.,i. Coun-
ty Florida, within alx calt-ndai moiitha
from the lima of the flrat pub
hereof, oc the aame will '.
I int. .1 at Miami, Ploi Ida, Hi
daj ,f iK-t..l...... A.D. IMS
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As Adnrlnlntratrlx
K rat publleatlo nof thla n. llee on
th, Ittli day of Novendx -.
U. iHBRT II TRAURIG
Attain, v f.'i Admlnlabratl x
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NOTICE UNDER
FICT1T OUS name law
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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N. .1 |. I! IS HKKKl'.Y HIVES
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i'IU'CK "A HITE U rt 11a
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 665M-B
IN RK '- '
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK =.
APPLICAT ON FOR DISTRIBUTIO
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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IN CHANCERY
No 65C 1 ""88
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NOTICE UNDE R
MnTirF OF FICTITIOUS NAML L.AW
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MOTirF \ \\ nd St, NOTICE UNDER
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* ** Jewish Book Month Will be Celebrated in Miami Area
A Jewub Book Monti fast
- ew/tok rVinea-
anj Nn 3 : M Ike new
1 _,inj. SMC- SW fth St
TV ral ->mniBorat* the
S*h aMTtra.7 of tbe death of
Shciors AJeicbeai The program
_. be b*: ir ceiefcrataon of Jew-
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man *> local Jew*#* Bwwk
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9rt.nws from rh Bur* *
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L Perett Chaini Rose, of the Re-
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Pacre 14-A Page 10-B +Jenlst> fhrkttor Friday. November 19. 1965 i WOMAN OF THE WEEK Ruth Mrs Robert Rosen's maiden name was Victorhaus when she lived in Pittsburgh, Pa. it was a verj normal life, with no great upheavals or changes, surrounded by the love and kindness oi an affectionate family Ruth excelled i: sports, was .-mart in Hebrew School ai evidenced by the fact that she taught reading there when she was 13 and Sunday School when she was 14. The environment of bar home leaned toward education. Her mother was a registered pharmacist, and all of her mother's sisters were professional women Ruth had an aptitude for teaching that has followed her all of her life. She received a scholarship to Prick Training School to become a teacher and later graduated irom the L'niversitj ol University of Pittsburgh In college. Ruth was active as archon of her sorority. Phi Sigma Sigma. During college days, she didn't dream that some day. this year to be exact, she would be the grand archon of Phi Sigma Sigma, or national president. Always during her teaching, as well as her sororitj work. Ruth has been thrilled with watching the development of young people Alive and alert, she says, they offer so much to the world Ruth teels that if she car, assist in even a small way to further that development, she too, is helping The Rosens have lived in Miami since 1940 and celebrated then25th weding anniversary this year Ruth and another Phi Sigma Sigma believed there must be other sorors lure The) put an ad in the paper Six I'ln Sigma Sigma member, responded, and so the Alumnae LSSOI atloii was started. Ruth was also instrumental in starting the active chapter at the University of Miami Ruth and her hua band, whom she describes agentle and loving, fell in love during high school days. They have three children. Son Melvyn is married to Peggy, and have two children. I.aura and Audrey, and live in Chicago Daughter Cookii is married to Norman Sne-il. and thev also have two children. Mar ev and l.ee When Ruth knew she was going to have a di vidend. Mitchell, who is now ten. she just felt that she couldn't go through I'TA again. But by the third time around I'TA. Mitchell is so much fun that going to PTA meetings is even enjoyable Thirteen >ears ago, Ruth went to the Board of Education to appl) for a substitute position. Seeing a principal she knew, she was greeted with "come and start this afternoon as a first grade teacher" She (Inland has been teaching ever since as a corrective reading specialist Ruth likes t<> swim in their pool The Rosens play cards even bridge, verj well together Ruth finds it fun to enter* • small groups; foi dinner, and they barbecue outside However Bob says cooking is not for him and gladly turns the fork and chefs hat over to his wife Ruth finds that being grand archon of Phi Sigma Sigma is a lot more work than the glowing reports given to her when she was nominated but she takes it in stride enjoying every minute of being as she Bays a norn a woman turn LIT VOLPE TOURS 1502 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach 532-7326 PLAN YOUR Care-free S.S. SHALOM VlKINOPRINCISS CARMANIA SANTA BOSA SANTA PAULA S.S. FRANCS FBANCAC ABIADNt ABCINTINA \DL Executive. Bride Say Vows Here The former Mrs Sophie A s, hachtei became the bride ol the xecutive director ol the Florida ouiee ol the Anti-Defamation League last Sundaj she exchanged vows with William G. Pinsley in 11:30 o'clock riles in the studj ol Rabbi Sol Landau at Beth David Congn tion. The new tt nded by Schachter. kee, Wise Mrs. pinsley was at her daughter, Harriet a teacher in Mllwaii who arrived here for t he ceremony Mr Pinsle> 's daughter, a student at Coral Gables Senior High, also participated m the ceremonv Born in Chicago, Mr Pinslej attended the L'niveisitv of lllil where he earned a Bachelor's degree In commerce, as well as a law degree He is a member ol the Illinois Bar, and was engaged in legal and public relations work prior to joining the Anti-Defamation League in Chicago. Mr Pinsley arrived hento head up the Florida API. in September In Chicago, he was in charge of the midwest Factfinding Department of the Anti-Defamation League, He also supervised the Inlay seven regional offices of the \1)|. I \ C ept for the period tvveen the fall of 1!4:' and the Spring Ol 1!H<>. when he served in the IS \ r m v durum the war years. Mr Pinsle) has since been involved m the ADl.'s programs The vi v Mrs Pinsley was i a III Harlowton Mont and attended the University ol Washington at Seattle, majoring in English lit nature and minoring in journal ism She was formerl) chairman of the school hoard of B'nai Et -mat in Skokie. Ill and one of the found ers oi Anshe Emet Da) School in Chicago with the late Rabbi v mon Goldman She served with the ASfjOCtatiOl foi Kamilv Living, and held Office in UuLincolnwood B'nai b'rith Women. National Council of .lev* ish Women, and headed Girl Scouts Ol America three times The intimate family wedding was v e stimation and exposure of many follower! by breakfast at the On bate organizations on both the ex [H Mt pfaza Motel Mr and Mrs treme right and left. Pinsley. who will live in Coral Ga His previous i*>st. in addition to bles, plan to take a honeymoon trip fact finding, Involved supervision to Nassau during the Thank\\ of 14 mid western states covered ing holidl) Garden Club Sees Slides MB. AND MRS. P/NSifY Vajda, Zimbler Exchange Vows The Dupont Plaza Motel was the setting for the nuptials uniting Anita Marian Zimbler and Steven Alan Vajda on Sunday, Now 14 •I Alfred Waxman conducted theearl) afternoon ceremony which w..s followed by a reception in the hotel Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the newlyweda will live in Chicago The bride is the daughter of Mr .>nil Mrs Marry Zimbler, 3147 SW 25th Ter. Her bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mis Gei Vajda, 501 SW 44th Ct For the wadding, new Mrs \ ajda chose a gown styled with a lace i tiipnc bodice, boat neckline and wrist-length sleeves The floor length crepe sheath skirt had a matching shirred backdrap*which fell from the waist to the hemline A coronet Of pearls held the multi tiered silk illusion veil, and she carried %  cascade ol white orchids and stephanotls. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs Barbara Zimbler. with Annette Vajda, Beverh Altshuler and Joanne Vajda. bridesmaids Best man to the bridegroom was Mien Alt man, with Barry Zimbler. Anthony Tom son and Sidney Mo das serving as ushers. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High and (harron Williams Commercial Collage. Mer husband an engineer, is a graduate of Miami Senior High and Purdue University. Me served BS president of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. Made-land Garden Club held a meeting on Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs. Edward Grad. 7701 SW DOth Ave. Program for the morning included film slides on The Wonderful World of Flowers." and holidav decorations presented by mem ben Mrs Norman Todd. Mrs Sid nev GorcbOV and Mrs. Philip Schiff. President is Mrs George Gittel son. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • MPAISING I Serving Dude County Over 25 Years 11811 SW. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 Y %  > Kaye K luglose Eyes June Rites A June wedding ia Jacksonville Jewish Center is planned bj Miss Kaye Helen Kluglnar whose en neiii to Dr. Stephen H. Schwartz, ol No Miami Beach, is announced bv her parents. Mr and Mrs Charles Kluglose, of Jack v ill. Dr Stephen Schwartz, %  capl with the Air Force at Keesler AFB, is the s,,n ,.| Mr and Mis Hen Schwartz, of No Miami Beach The bnde to-be ia a graduate of I.aiidoii Huh and attended Gear ma Southern College in Statcsboro. Dr Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida He \t an alumnus of the Medical College of \ irginia in Richmond and belongs to Alpha Fpsilon PI and Alpha Omega Fraternities Is.. I MBS. STEVEN VAJDA Plans Wedding To Med Student Mr and Mrs Jack Greenhouse 2601 s\\ 24th st have announced the engagement ol thendaughter, Ann to Steven \1 Klein, son of the late Mr and Mrs Alfred Klein, of Cleveland, 0 The bride to be la %  aenior at Chatham College in Pittsburgh and plans to continue her studies toward a Master's degree m education Mer fiance u attending Ohio State University Medical School Wedding for the betrothed coupIis planned for June 20. 1966. in New York. Cohens Reveal Marcia's Troth Mr and Mrs Herbert Cohan, of I?IXI North shore Dr announce the igement of their daughter, t Susan to Herbert Aaron Yoskowltz, son of Mr and Mrs. Mai rv Yoskowitz, of Brooklyn, NY The bnde to (• is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School she attended the i niversttj of Florida, and is presently a student at Douglas College in New Brunswick, NJ. Her fiance is a graduate f Brooklyn Collage and received in* Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology from the University of Florida in June Me is now a stu dent at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City The w elding is planned for June. > % > tOU can fee SUfff of fkt IfST 1 1 *nld's BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER • GIFTS • GOURMET 2164 PONCE Di LEON Coral GabUt Ttl. 448 5215 NOW SHIPPING HORIDAS FINEST GIFT F*UTT ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING AND CHANUKA 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .A I There "i** a flii'iVrm- in Hout'rs Iry ours! 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P-aae 2-8 •JeniitHtrHtor %  -. a a y IN 'Art for Heart' Scheduled Here •-. ; Me* the works of ten local artists. C and M.efcafl .zer .. res are k> •howT. snrf offers for sale b; a--sts Proc~ %  -b %  flst sale of pairsopport the research. and c &. thBean AaweiattM of Greater .ir. The i.-r:.*t iaebjic Joannie AbeJdeaafcy. Ins Rich %  -•-: -> Seanavaea, BarsaSekaaaan TroeaM L'.hel Blake Bad Michael ScMaaa tl lll Ml r -i for tbe benefit affa.r FINALLY.! A REALLY SOPT, SOFT DRINK distilled water does it!! SALT AND [IDE FREE t BEVERAGES %  EVER h.m.mr.r %  I ara mad* with III. Nt% PURE" ft / DISTILLED '(/WATER and ara DUBLCARBONATED for extra lightness I great! 7 PURE FRUIT FLAVORS. 8 DI-ETT FLAVORS PLUS GINGER ALE, AND CLUB SODA -LIMITED OFFERBUY 2 BOTTLES phone 751-1626 for information HAMMER BEVERAGES A D i i' on o' SYFO WATER CO. 129SS NE 14 A,. Miami, Flo. Testimonial Will Honor Shapiros woe• %  %  %  • • -orts nagagoc arntsraag -appor-"* Jewthe commuwtv Prior the cwplf -agoeoes :r. Fail Mas* -.U be featured -->h Max Rothbeind as Blaster of cere-r.onies Hwill introduce Irving Sperling, past president of bra* itc Center and En-a'jel B~na1n %  alll president of Anshe Emes aspt-akers Bar flkt occasion Committee members are Mr* l Noodierrar. Vr and r> M I %  othbetn-'! V-trA Mr* Joseph Temple Israel Sisterhood is herring the first ir. c series of Sound of Boole reviews Tuesday. Dec. 7. at 10 &RL. in Wolisor. Auditorium. Left to rich: are Mrs. Herbert Paige, ro-ahaaman. Mrs. JasepP.urr.er rr.a_-rr.rr. ar.a Mrs. MhM Rosenberg, angel o: the ser.es A breakfast will precede the rev-.ew by Dr Joseph ? Narol spiritual leader of Temple Israe!. The book to be reviewed is Jarr.es Micher.er s The Source Pioneer Women Slate Functions rstein and Mr hor. _;<•-•II tl al dinner Club 1 on Sunday. 6 p m in the Royal jnm R<-*'.aurant The dinner Is being ipoaaored e Basrer aceew* wtti f '^ "lowe^r # *r?!^ T — %  Fund in Israel -peaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Kodesh Congregation Chairmao for the evening will be Mrs. Milton Green A .ram of Jewish folk >ongs anil boffered by Regina Calm Hub president is Mrs Joseph Kranu • • • Tikva Chapter will have a 40th anniversary party marking the birthday of Pioneer Women in America on Sunday. 7.30 pm.. at "Aa-nington Federal. 1234 Washing ton Ave. Guest speaker will be Rabbi S T Swirsky. of Beth Ja cob Congregation. Chairman will be Mrs Moms Seeman. Guest artists will be L. Tameres and Frank Snyder Chapter president is Mrs Nat Wagner. Annual Jewish Book Month will ob-erved b> tbe GoWa Meir Chapter at IU, meeting on Wedl 4ay, 1 p m in Washington FederL234 Washington F wing the bush Open House Sunday % %  • %  rent I %  2 %  1800 conducted by Mrs Abraham Settler, | Mrs Na'.hamal Soroff cultural chairman, will a duce Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of %  ~p!e Beth Sholem Rabbi Malavsky will review So Strangi M] Path, by Abraham Ca r t el KOSHER MORRISON^SCHIFF >,<£! "THE GOOD FRANKFURT HERMAN %  %  NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD M AMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 There's only one thing better than a pound of MAR-PARV Margarine two pounds! Having 5 for Dinner? ,rilh Ct B-M-DOW ana uw "" SERVE NEW Mother*' GEFILTE FISH 5 large portuns In each can a*alyla portics* 0\ that soec a i ade taste. ietre a^d I avor t^at only Mother s can make. (Having 10 tor dinner? —try owf 10 portion can ) r i io* r-an *>**• '. %  9 KOSHER and PAREVE The perfect M rgarine tot the Jewish home. Certified kosher and p from 1 _•• y-unsaturated corn oil .md other vegetable oi > I • r animal fat Can he used in diets where miik is restricted V mms A and I) added Spreads smooth ice-cold Maj be kept in freezci at neii:hborhix>d food stores. A line product of I he Miami Margarine Cincinnati, Ohio.



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Fridcv, November 19. 1965 + bnisi thrill >r Page 9-fl. r Dinner Sunday to Honor Ben Meyers; Joseph Cohen is Reelected to Presidency 10SIPH COHIM Jerry Blank Will Be Honored Here A >iip of Miami business Mid prof< %  onal men have been ap poinUi: to the Banquet Commit* tee noring Variety Children's Hosp "• I Trustee .lerry Blank on No\ :" Dir r chairman Kohert Macht ha> lounced that Blank will recei\.1 community tribute (or %  put service" at a benefit to be held : the DeauMlle Hotel N. • %  : t (court Si (' Levenson, Robert B. LeMII Samuel Upton, Sam Luby Sr.. Barnde llirsch Meyer. Sidne) Meyi Max Orovitz, Jack 1. Sand ler. W lliam Segal, Fred K Shochet, D C Shoemaker, William D. -inMajor Albert Warner, Thoi A Welstead, Leonard A Wit Louis Wolfson ll ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEOS YOUR DONATION NOW! TUINITUtf "-"APPLIANCES" •X10THIM6"-"JIWEIRY," etc. "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 %  24th annual dinner of the Bureau ol Jewish Education will be held i n Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel Toe dinner will honor one of its founders and an outstanding comluitj li .i ler, Benjamn Meyers, Meyert it a past president of the burtiu of Jewish Education and has been associated with the Boieau since its formation. Harry Simonhoff, local historian and attorney, will present Meyers to the guests. Meyers ialso a trustee and member of the Executive Board of the Anti-Defamation League Board of Directors o( the Jewish Home for the Aged. Board of Trustees of Ten pie Knianu F.l. and a former trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr Samuel Halperin. assistant commissioner of the United States Office of Fducation. Department of Health Education, and Welfare, will be guest speaker of the evening and discuss the Klementary and Secondary' Education Act recently passed by Congress Dr Halperin has been research assistant (or the Committee on Education and Labor o( the U.S. House o( Representatives and now directs the Office o( Legislation and Congressional Relations of the United Slates office of Education. Miss Carol Lynn Blum, Miss F.yrida of 1965. will attend the dinner and present an interlude of \ OCal selections. Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI, will install the newlyelected officers. They include Joseph Cohen, president; Judge Frederick N. Barad, Albert Ossip, and Leonard Zilbert, vice presidents; Al Sherman, secretary, Melvyn B. Frumkes, treasurer; and Meyer A. Baskin, honorary president. Invocation will be made bj Rabbi Jonah E Caplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical As sociation Dr, Max Lipschitz, rabbi of Beth Torah Congregation, will oifer the benediction Guests will be welcomed by Mrs Jack Katzin.iii. chairman of the Dinner Com nuiti i Harold Thurman, honorary vice pn -d.ni of the Bureau, will be hairman ol the evening Greetings will be extended by Joseph M Lipton. president ol tl Miami Jewish Federation. The Bureau ol Jewish Education the educational arm ol the Jev. • communit) of Greater Miami and is an affiliate ol the Gn •u Jewish Federation The l irea assists supen ises the administrate e and gramraing policy of the .'(8 Jewish OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Dr. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Joseph DuntOV, Mr and Mrs. Leon J. Ell. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mr. and Mrs Melvyn B. Frumkes. Mr. and Mrlien Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Nathaniel Glickman, Misses Lillian and Esther Goodman, Mr and Mrs. Abe Grunluil. Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag. Morris Honigbaum, Harold Jalfer. Jack Katzman, Max Kolker, Dr. Milton Lubarr Mrs Louis Makovsky. Oscar Mamber, Mr and Mrs Max Mei sel, Mrs Anna Melnick, Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Meyers. Mrs David Muskat, Mr and Mrs Albert E Ossip Mr and Mrs Joseph Post. Mrs Charles Ratner, Leo Robin son Mrs Mr Mr and Mrs MrCarrie Rosen, Mr and l.i on Rosoff, Mrs. Oida Rubin. and Mrs. Louis Schu art/man. and Mrs. Irving Seidel, Mr Mrs. David Sernaker. Mr. and Herbert S. Shapiro. BENJAMIN MfrHS schools from Ft. Lauderdale through Homestead The Bureau provides personnel and curriculum guides, standard testing, classroom observation, and consultation. The Bureau sponsor* in-training classes for Jewish teachers, publishes festival and pedagogic bulletins and does constant research for improvement of educational standards. The Bureau's functional activities include the College of Jewish Studies, the Central Hebrew High School for graduates of the Hebrew departments of the congregational schools, and a central Jewish library which includes over 10,000 volumes in Hebrew, English and Yiddish. The Dinner Committee includes Mr and Mrs Joseph Abelow. Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Judge Frederick N Barad, Mr and Mrs M. A Baskin. Mr and Mrs. Zvi Berger. Jerome Bienenfeld, Mr and Mrs Theodore Berman, Mr and Mrs Joseph Cohen. Mrs Louis Cohen. Murra) A, Shaw. Mr and Mrs Al Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Harr\ 'Simonhoff, Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroft, Mrs Alfred Stone. Mr. and Mrs John Temple. Mr and Mrs, Philip F Thau. Mr. and MrHarold Thurman. Dr. and Mrs. Greenberg Unit Slates Installation Officers (or 1965-66 will be in-tailed at the next regular meeting ol I'oale Zion Chaim Greenberi; Branch Of Greater Miami Event is slated for Tuesday. 8 p.m., at th Algiers Hotel. Manuel Burstein, president of. 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It ••' ,ember 19. 1965 +J(M/*t FhrllHr Paqe 15-A Urged to Know Selves bed trom Pg 1* n g young .lewish i unties and on | hout the I'nitPd trepan paprrs on their ew ish lilt' He said that rj JewiahlMM only t.'l custom and that, for adults, JUWlllMf ''<• problems as citijiuman beings. r „ emphasized that the iere not people 'who • • to the issues facing air often deeply gnd manifest that coneadenhip training programs, where they ash not only how and when but whj n Judaism had no answers, it ritual and customs were all we had to offer, we would Indeed I>e in difficulty.' Inadded. 'It is almost tngic that too often we have failed to translate the ethnical concepts which are the heart of Judaism into lanjiuaue and terms which our yovmi; people could know and understand." He alto declared that there was a growing concern in North America for the future of Jewish communities and added that what was needed wit "a healthy concern, not for fear of IQW OPEN!"! 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November 19. 1965 'lenlstHrrM/ir Page 11 E THEODORE BlUTTER Susan Wiesner Now Mrs. Blutter The former Susan Wiener be camr the bride of Theodore Martin Hlutter nn Sunday, Nov. 7, in New York City. DauK'iier of Mrs Joseph Wiesner, of Miami Beach, and the late Mr Weisner, the bride attended Miami Beach Senior High and Dado County Junior College She was given in marriage by her ancle, Charles Gross, and had the groom's sifter. MrMelvin Altman, as matron "I honor The bridegroom is the son "f Mr and Mrs Samuel Hlutter. of Kings Point, N Y He is vice president ol Lisa Stevens Co and Doll) Mar tin. Inc Melvin Altaian served as beat man. After a honeymoon in Mexico, the newlyweds will live in New York City Estrachs Reveal Daughter's Troth \Ir and Mrs Leon Eatrach, ol announce the en menl • %  th< • ler, Helena Roxanne to Jo< i Kutnii k, son ol Mi an I Mi s Ja k K itmck, i>f Miami The bride e!ci t w ill et from the l niverMty of Florida in Decembei She iinterning ;tt Ida M Fisher Junior High School, specializing in social stu lies Mr Kutnick received his de cum laude from the University ol Miami and is i member of Flu Kappa Phi, scholastic honorarj He is m his senior year at the I'm vcrsitj "t Miami Medical School and serves ;ipresident of Fhi Delta Fpsilon. medical fraternity. Coupe will ho married Dec, 26. ^?oc ia I i t • • • rw Es idle Wand for hubb> Milton at Don's Restaurant and Lounge this past Sundaj evening, was en livened by the coined} antics ol mirthmaster Murraj Franklin Dinni r i art) was attended by Vnna w and, Milton's mother. Mr and Mrs Harold Lewis of Hollywood and Mrs Estelle d. Kent Miami Bi ach Itabhi and MrBernard Sho ter. ol Sarasota, attended the I nited Synagogue Conference at the Concord Hotel in New York I hi com ention concluded just in time for the couple to jet lo Miami Beach to join Ihc birth day celebration for Mrs Shoter's lather. Nathan Kcusch, ol Miami The annual famiK party, held al Chandler's Restaurant, was a verj ga) one due t>> the attendance ot the Keusch grandchildren, Neil and Barrj Shoter Fabulous, roaring, rich and noisy" is the way Ethel Gerson describes Madrid After two weeks of the paee there, reminiscent ol New York City she needed a rest Hire but considered it well worth it Next stop on the itinerarj <>i her extended cruise was Rome for seven days and Elks to Offer Scholarships Prof Andre S Bialolenki has been appointed bj Exalted Ruler Jay Dei mer to head a committee to select tlio.-e students in the area who have shown the greatest promise for leadership. This is not ;i scholarship eon • A total of S15 Km i in is Sa> ings Bonds have been appropriated and made available bj the Elks National Foundation ng with Prol Bialolenki is immittec which will assist in the selection ol candidates They are Allan Stratton, ol Miami Dade Junior College, Dr Ze> Kogan, I'hil Konove, Harrj Gellens, liarr> Wolper, Solomon Dobkin and Max Affachiner Schools participating are Mi ami Beach Senior High School, HeAcademy, I.ear School. St. Patrick's, and Whitc'ield Senior Huh School All entries must be placed with the Youth Activities Committee not later than Dec 13 then Israel, with the time goi far to" quicklj on the trip win will briny her home to Coral G bles around the 10th ol Dece ber. Miss Hoberman Became Bride Of Richard Solomon at Temple Menorah IMISS HEIENE ESTffACH w Hall Forum fed on Friday it Meaning, lmi>ari ui inevnluatad People Speak Town Hall i i :da> B p ni. m Waah al U'<4 Washington -ants vwll be Abraham ice president, WashingBel nard Baron, direc)i r.i .oh Social Sen ice nl Rc> John Papandrew, larian Church of Miami; ( chairman Miss Barbara Hoberman and Richard SiJomon wore married Suodav. Nov. 7. at Temnle Men •orah. Rabbi May or Abramowitz officiate'I The bride is the daughter of Councilman and Mrs Louis Hob erman. of JW6o Carlyie A •. e Surf.side She is a graduate >>f Mia mi Beach High School and Char run Williams Business Collegi The bride groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Solomon, noiti Carlvle Ave He is a graduate of Miami Beach High and a student at the University of Miami. A reception was hold at the home ol Councilman and Mrs. Hoberman. following the ceremony, at tended by members of both families Hwcouple plan to live in Coral Cables. New Families to Be Consecrated Seventy-five now families, who recently joined Temple Adath Yeshurun, will he honored at a breakfast Sunday morning at the Temple Auditorium. Morns Brodaky, chairman of the Membership Committee, will be master of ceienionit Rabbi Samuel K Stone will officiate at a candiclighting ceremony and const irate the new members. PROF. B/A101ENKI Maccabee Lodge Elects Officers Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki, ol I Lido Island, is the newly electi president of Maccabee Lodge B'nai B'ritn. Also elected to serve with Bia lenki are Samuel Rubin, vice pr. idont; Harry Sherman, vice prodent; Joseph Mondros. vice predent; and Louis Nathanson. fina cial secretary; and Herman Au • bach, treasurer. JfK Anniversary Noted Commemorating the second iniversary of the late Preside John F Kennedy's death. Temp Judoa Federation of Temple You presented the film. 'The Makiz of the President, HifiO." at a moving on Sunday evening J Mm. SOIO/MON OVERSTOCKED! jntinue discount sale 'til *e sufficient room. High quality! Low prices! cGIBONEY NURSERY 9433 Sunset /slander Chapter Party Islander Chapter, Women's American ORT. is sponsoring a card part) on Tuesdaj evening, No\ 30, at the Moulin Rouge Mo t,.| M'Helen l ipp is chairing he event. Zamora Rabbi To be Honored Temple Zamora is sponsoring a reception in honor of Rabbi and Mrs Maxwell Beruer and family on Sunday. Hoc 5. ~ P i" %  i" the Temple. \ fourth generation rabbi. Bab hi Berger comes to Zamora from Tampa, Fla Members Of the Reception Com miltcc. which met recently at the home of Mrs Stanley Silvern. 4947 Riviera Dr., include: Mrs Leo Eskreis, Mrs Israel Kussner, Mrs Harry Marks. Mrs Harold Shuman. Mrs Michael i !Kr Mrs William Goldbl Mrs 1 "in('bailor. |IC ENTERTAINMENT IB NOVACK CHfcSTRAS SURE THI SUCCESS OF jlNCS • BAR MITZVAHS 411 SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ^stras-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 „ Jot Zshanks ot /ncirir l in I'll i I— I "I! 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Page 12-B YH / #• rkrMkM Friday. November 19. 1S65 Eyton Ezrachi, director oi Israel Foreign Trade, Division oi Commerce and Industry in the U.S., presents a medallion for : fare I H. Daniels, chairman ot the board and chief executive rer of Burdine's, to Mrs. Daniels at the proclamation break• for notables of all faiihs held in Burdine's I oking on (center' is S. M. McColloch, vice pre n1 -ind publicity director of Burdine's, who acted as master ci cereLOnies at the breakfast. Breakfast for Top Community Leaders Launches Burdine's New Israeli Shop 200 top i immunit) Iti Dded 11 prociti %  breakfast last Friday at line's for the inauguration of line's Israeli Shop ABTSCH PERI Beth Raphael Reelects Perl As President ^ P< rl B ••reelected %  • f Ti ".• le Bt th Raphael, a) i here • rles Kit ii Sa" Segal \ Ice i estdenl 9am Husseii tn asurer; Finam \ ronow re' oi Direi tK 'I'd. Julius Sa| Harrj Corn%  • "' Isidon San i Sh< ar, and Julius H Proclamations by Miami Mayor • rl King High, Miami Beach Mi yoi Elliott Roosevelt and Metro ir Chuck Hal] launched MiamiIsrael Friendship week here to mark the opening of the new shop rdine's ;*t the Flagler Si and Miami Ave window location, Opening ceremoniea were at t< nded bj Israel Consul General for the Southeastern United States Shimon Vallon, who addrecsed the distinguished gathering Also speaking and presenting medal-i i 'ali\ es o! each of the three major faiths as Eyton l/r.nhi director of Foreign Trade of the Israel Division of Commerce and Industry in the I S Receiving the medallions were Barrie the Rei K Wiley %  d Rabbi Mayer Abram OW 11/ Special medallion was presented Mired H Daniels, chairman of the board and chief executive officer • irdim Ii : i cognition of • the new la >p Mrs Daniels received thi presentation in her husband's • df speaking at the event 1 imas Wasmuth president %  an l Ji si ph l Brooks, vice president Toastmastei was S M illoch also a \ ice presidenl and publicit) din ctor of Burdine s M ho m ted as masti breakfast w as follow, p bj ribbon-cutt • at an Isi a< \rt l nhibil • 'line;, on with the launching oi the new Is n II Lop v. as opei M Zaretsky to Get israel Award Maurici I Zaretsky. founder and chairman ol the board ol Temple Ner ramid, will be honored at the ; | e Israel Dinner ol State on evening, Dec 4, at the bli au Hotel Zaretsky will receive the State of Israel Award of Honor, symbolizing a "rare calibre of service to the faith of Israel, the peole of Is rael and the State of Israel." aclo Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, ual lead, r of the Temple, and Murray Shaw. Temple president, who will serve as dinner chairman Shaw announced thai plans for the dinner would he speeded at a reception for members of the Host Committee at the home of Col and Mrs William Harris on Thursda) • enii Shav a founder of Tem pie Ner Tamid, was himself a r cipient ol Isn i • sward ol Hon. co j ears i Mr and Mrs Zaretsks have been M for 20 comii from Chicago w Mr Zarctskj was an attoi He i^ .i long-time member of the Zionist i ion of Vmei serves on the Hoard ol Direc tors He is also a member of tm board ol Freedom Lodge ol B'nai B'rith and ol the Chicago Club Berkowitz Family Reopens Coronet The Berkowitl family will mark its ltith year of hotel operation .n \M 25 with the reopening for the winter season of their family's Coronet Hotel in Miami Beach Mr and Mr.Murray Berkowitz. owner operators of the 200 room kosher rexnt. will join their guesta during the reopening ceremonies at a festive Thanksgiving Dinner winch will be preceded by i special prayer service in the Coronet's private >> nagogue All public rooms in th Coronet have boon completely refurbished for tho 1966 season in a color scheme of Mediterranean blue, gold and white. The synagogue itself, with a seating capacity for 200 persons, has been redecorated in tones of deep burgundy and royal blue. The Coronet maintains a spe t ally inal! synagogue designed ex elusive!) for use as a house of wor ship Dail) services will !*• held m tln> sanctuarj for hotel guests, as well as special Sabbath services, officiated by guest canton and leading < (rthodox rabbis Judge Spaet Will Speak Monday On Mondaj evening, the Jewish National Fund Council of On Miami will hold its general i ing at the Fontalnebieau Hotel. A progress report on the forthcoming Me Ami Development Din ner will be given "Tickets are going very fast and we anticipate a complete sellout for this event.' 1 -..id William Bornstein. president ol the Council Judge Harold Spaet, of the Circuit Court, and longtime civic and Jewish community leader, will address the meeting. The Me Ami Development Dinrer is scheduled for Dec. 5 at thl Pontarnebleau Hotel MAURICl TARtTiKr B'nai Zion Slates Meet Next Week B'nai Zion, American fraternal Zionist organization, will have Its next meeting on Thursda) eve nine,. Na\ 25. at Washington Fed eral, l~ H. v. asbington \ve Samuel A Reisei will preside al a round table discussion on How to Live Ypui Retirement Years to the Fullest Book to be Reviewed Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation will meet on Monday. 8:15 pm in the Community Boom of Miami Beach Federal. 407 Ijncoln Koad The Source." .lames Muhenei s best selling book, will be reviewed h> Israel Friedman. KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS SOO Deer Run • TU 8-4521 AIT B8UNS. Co-Owaor MORRIS & RUTH LIRNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKERMAN fsfobfi'sried in 1945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES IE I 3987 MIAMI BEACH Jfesfaurant VOW OPES 7 BAYS X WEEK Women's Branch Plans Co. fat pter, v ... %  ica, oi Moi Tfilah Sj :. .( on Miami | ir the annual confereni bi held hen II thi spring i SAND-ELL CateringAt Its toff ] 1216 NORMANDY DRIVE, NORMANDY ISLE ; Order Your Turkeys and Trays for Your Holiday Parties! \ Call Sol Wei%  • 866 6226 Under Ifrkf Rabbinical Suai-rvisicn an INDIAN RIVER % % %  ORANGES With PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT INDIAN RIVER NAVEL ORANGES WITH 'INK 01 WHITI SIIDLISS CRAMHIUIT '-j IKSMfl DtllVIXD AMTiraiai must 5 95 Car. 'I" S S She 1789 B1SCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Mere! Open Dotty k So A.M. • 10 P.M. '. o PHONI IN TOUR 0DHS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Contour Salon In Bay Harbor Bern %  Inc nh home offices m Baj Harbor, has • x< lusive Ii i • sell and servi< %  Bi i • Pigun >ur Salons nationally %  lionall) Thes will hi Benne n %  figure i op -.'; K Miami Beach Also al this is a Benni Inti • which iand eral bj 'Inrompan> .ia ainin school tor franchisee employees and as a typical op sho pn -i cti> % %  Bi I %  franchisi i The Bern • ise ia deal chisee both in the thi talon and the full inbusiness Interfaith Fete On Thanksgiving An interfaith Thanksgivin vice will linaugurated tor the i' p i the Carol Citj area nexl W< sda) evening, H p m al the I are] < it} Methodisl Church aen ice observing %  il a lion • % %  Methodisl Church. 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Page 14-A +Jelst> ncrkRan Friday, November 19. 1965 1 Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SHVER Playing Musical Chairs With Name-Changes O n television t h v ol night, .' a c k B i' n n y Hid thai if he had known ho was going to be such a famou* fiddler he w (i u 1 d have kept Ma original name, Kubels<> or. perhaps, ha added in his delightfullv whimsical fashii n, "I would have called myKuhetoky the Great." What Benny meant was that il he had been sure of his sueha would have kept his original name Some people make quite a tatmmia a bout name-thai mi the part of the Jews. It is true that in some cases it is motivated by the desire to eon ceal one's Jewishness. But in many other eases, .lews have every right to shed Russian or Polish names a n d use easier ones or names more in keeping with our at-homeness in this country'After all. were Jews SO well treated in those benighted countries that they should feel an obligation to memorialize them each time the> identify themselves ,,, 1 have a friend who was <.,. ei to shed his last name, but he didn't want anyone to feel that he was doing it to llee hia JOWiahnesa. So. avail aa he shortened nil last name from Poznansky to Berry, he changed hilust name from Harr> to Jacob. Name-changing has long been an accepted Jswish custom. In the Bible. Abram became Abraham; Sarai. Sarah; and Jacob. Israel. Indeed, the only patriarch who did not undergo a change was Isaac, and that makes sense because In Hebrew it ia a word which meant laughter. And in modern Israel you couldn't join the cabinet of David Ben-Gurion (nee Green) unlet* > from California Congress needs hia humor The drj Congressional Kccord might have perked up It's no wonder the news stands don't carry it Mien's retirement from the race is due to some legalistic red tape. I've been thinking maybe ha could go to Israel and run there. They've gol SO manv tickets a man of Allen's humor and sympathies would be appreciated Israel is very much like California in climate and other things, although I thuik Israel still has more Israelis than California. From the Israeli papers, you might think you were Uving in America They carry in Hebrew Walter Lippman's columns. Art Buchw aid's humoristic pieces One II lael paper is serializing Kisenhower's Memoirs. Anyway, we hope the withdrawal of Mr Mien from the race is temporary. He can be a candidate at the election following. The infusion of some theatrical blood in Congress should be good for the country Jefferson lamented Uie fact that CongTess is so largely constituted of lawyers. We should like to nominate another man of the Stage lor Congress, Jack Benny As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl Varying Mews of the Christmas Stamp B IBLICAL SCHOLARS may well challine us Ue appeal to then: to corn ct tii n wenwrong. But we've been I ,ui • arch-an men• in.-. i : j i ame One >~ !i ichai I, the othi i la Gabriel v I to be the i s chri ,• -tamp • is : % %  ir \\n. n last mp had shifti v '" ">' r %  %  tj d the il and the wa> it hits your desk Thus man; -i e no : ir U.S. Mai inea are %  out in Vietnam. 4 Much, much mon than what is on or off a tamp ition to • what the ultimaion makers in this countrj are to do about reDUB hole:. II the public schools .;> in view o! recent Supreme Court decisions banning the recitation of the Lord's Prayer an.l also barring Bible reading in the schools The sin p istic approach is well expressed In an actual %  •.,: t, ;lu editor, here quoted m full "To The Editor — schools, look at the trouble iv j ng i n the HtU( hildren an paring .... B< fore il ia too lati please put th< into the -, | m This lettei i iter in het obvious sii • undoubtedly will be much more dianu n the -sue ol hi ances in the si hooia :sell \ 5urve> in 1 responses froi >ur ol -iu is I '• %  %  testant p systen N reflect ias is i ight there in %  i i expi n p IUS hohd... sphere, I en asive that it £1< rket l Yel the reasons for modifying these observances in the claa i >m and foi mem centered •>' '" churches and homes are unanswerable in a societj dedi i ated to liberty, with freedom ol conacience at the cot Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Israel Juvenile Delinquency Waahington IN THE shadow of Tel Avh s hut' urioiis tourist hotels. I'.S welfare experts have found an Israeli innovation — street corner gang! of juvenile delinquents The teenagers, mostly of North African background, have created a problem so serious that the Israeli Government welcomes a IS welfare administration itudy. The land) suggested need for new concepts in dealing with delinquent juvenile* in both Israel and the United States. One finding is that the United States may be able to gain insights into a vexing American dilemma. American welfare authorities may learn more about the plague of juvenile delinquency by observing the developing pattern in the totally new society of Israel. Although delinquency II just emerging in Israel. Striking similarities were noted between Tel Aviv and New York street gangs, according to Dr. Ellen Winston, I S ftimmiminnw of Welfare If a way can he found to prevent further deterioration in Tel Aviv, the United States may obtain valuable clues t<> help reverse the older delinquency trends in America. Israel aought to create an ideal human community. Love and dignity were accorded to individuals. regardless of background or status Nevertheless some of the worst aspects of Harlem and the East Side are emerging among teenagers in Tel Aviv slums Israeli authorities are eauer to analyze and confront this situation. American exporta are hopeful that mutual benefits can DC derived from cooperative research. The smart guys" loiter about kiosks, rudely of fending passers-by. plotting thefts, shouting obscenities, and even smoking hashhish. Some carry switchblade knives. The Tel Aviv gangs are mainly interested in the Israeli equivalent of the "easy dollar.'' There is talk of "pulling jobs" and "unloading the loot Jefferson also player! the violin like Benny Truman played the piano and long ago in Israel. David played the harp His son. Solomon was not a musician but a literary man. author of a couple of best s. Hers. Song of Songs and ProvertM, all of which goes to show that politics and arts went hand in hand and worked very well in am lent Israel. With Allen and I'.enny in Congress, admission could be charged to the House Gallery and the additional income might make it possible for the Government to reduce taxes The job of Congressman should appeal to the thrifty Benny. With the franking privilege, he could save money on stamps. And thirty-nine is just the right age for Congress. The Congressman is then at his best like Speaker MrCormack. Roth Allen and Benny have a quality that especially fits them for public service. This past week we read an electioneering story about Yigal Alon his name is similar to Allen i. He is one of the young iM>litical intellectuals In Israel, a graduate of oxtord. He had Hist finished i H ebre w speech in Beersheba when a woman came up. She spoke Yiddish and she told him how her family had connfrom Koumania how much she liked his speech Yigal Alon asked her ii she could apeak Hebrew \o she replied but hia words, she said, had warmed her hear) and she waa all ior him UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Political Scheming Utii'i I N %  IT is NOT that a i orre dent eval -i lies n( dip] • \ en the opportunity ack and whiti tween th< >od and the e\ il, bets i tin tor) has • • It a nee to obsen ing the agard 11 tnc i oiled slates efforts to havi m condemned ill) bj the i ruled Nations. The move has bees I the time, killed But. in the process, the United States haa covered itself with glory — magnificently. Obrertssy, the Soviet Union has liesmirchcd itself — totally. Unfortunately, it must be added, many of the UN members of whom Jews often speak as "our !xst friends participated in the defeat of the U.S. move Some, like the many members of the \!ro \sian bloc counted as friends, did s (> because, to them. anti-Semitism is only an issue concerning the world's white community which too man) Ol these members feel is none of their direct basaV nea Others including a number of West European states like Norway, and Denmark or Latin Americans like Costa Rica and Argentina, lined up on the wrong side of the fence for a variety of political reasons. But the net result was that the IS move was voted down. At issue was an amendment to the draft United Nations Convention on the Khminatiun ol Racial Discrimination. That amendment was introduced by the I mted States, later co sponsored by Brazil, and called for outright condemnation of anti-Semitism. In an effort to counter the I'.S move, the Soviet Union presented a subamendment, calling for the condemnation of anti-Semitism and Zionism and Nazism and neo-Nazism. Obviously, that sub-amendment was a tricky maneuver, and its bracketing of Zionism with Nazism was an insult to anyone s understanding of history. But that was not the end of the political-diplomatic jockeying. The Soviet Union had no hope whatever that its move would su cceed. In fact, neither the USSR delegation, or any of its friends, delivered even a single speech calling for endorsement of the Soviet sub-amendment. The Sev icteers had one aim To block adoption of the amendment initiated by the USA Kutter-eoft aniline lad with a sell DOW a !"



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M November 19. 1965 + U-UtrhrHt-*r Page 3-8 c v n Democratic Women's Club lander. [., ielecation to the recent ninth I %  'n of "the Democratic Women's I •" Flor.da at the Landmark Hotel in 1 i seated (left to right> Mrs. Ws Glassei piesident, Mrs. Malvtn EnqDemocratic state committeewoman. Mrs. Andre Bialolenki. Mrs. Lillian Engel. Mrs. Austin Burke. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Max LeVine, Miss Sylvia Stein, Miss Lenore Stein, Miss Rena Stein. Mrs. Paul Grand, and Mrs. Rose Spielberg. ^rber Chapter umabout 1 Fete k %  | } meeting of Lor.,-. children's Asthma L a n • Institute and hospital. I, out" dinner at the 11, %  nl on Tuesday. I md assumed the ofI anship held by his „ conducted the business [,-. %  •• chapter. „tuTHl 'H the program was a ion show presented by Chapp'a, \ r Mile, and coordinated | n -. Greenfcder, program% ,. president. %  of Lorber Chapter is Herbert J Teller: co-ordinatvia president, Mrs. Arnold ways and means vice Went Mrs klan Abelson; and hbenrup vice president. Mrs. I" Empire State Cub Empire State Club of Florida was to have • %  ladies nlghl on Thursday, 7 45 p.m al the Barcelona Hotel. Lou Gold is entertainment chairman. David Pinski In Orceg Shabbat Mizrachi Women Part Monday Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organisation is s|>onsorint: a card and games party on Monday, 1 p.m.. at the Carlton Hotel. Mrs Katz l.aufer, chapter president, will conduit a board meeting on Monday. Nov. 2. I p.m at the home of Mrs Rivka Safra, 1015 Pennsylvania Ave An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by the David Pinski Folk School, will be held on Friday. 8 p.m.. at the school quarters, 842 Washington Ave. Evening will include the American Jewish Congress female quartet In Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs. Bina Barnett. director, will also play the piano accompanig Hofbof PTA ment. Women's American ORT Sabbath Marked In Houses of Worship Here This Weekend Temples and synagogues Ernesl Sohnen for South M ami throughout the area will pay tnli' hapter ite to the global vocational educa Oneg Shabbat will follow all serion and training program of Wornvlces „ en's American OUT during ser rices on Fridaj evening. Guesl speakers participating in >RT Sabbath include Mrs l.ouis representing Biscayne and Greater Miami Chapters at Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, il Temple .ludea. for Coral GaMes lhapter; Mrs. Sidney Kronlsh, Temple Sinai of North Miami for Atlantic Shores and Greynolds Park Mrs Florence Kupperman Temple Belli sholom. for Islanders, Gulfstream, Business and Proles sional, and Treasure Isle Chapters; Mrs. Edward Light, Hollyid Temple Beth Sholem: Mrs Leonard l'echenik. Temple IVnai Sholom. for North Miami Chapter Members of Bay and Ocean liar bor Chapters will participate in Services at Temple Ner Tamid; North Dade Chapter at Beth Torah; Southwest Chapter at Temple Beth Tov, Gulfstream Chapter will participate in Saturday morning services at the Hebrew Academy t>vM gathered for you Miriam Field Last Friday evening, ORT Sabbath was observed at Beth David, with Mrs. Edward Blackman representing Coral Cables Chapter, and at Temple Beth Am, with Mrs. Series of lectures on "Epoch in Spain" will be continued by Louis Lasavin. school principal. Portion of the We** will be read by Bernard Furman Bay Harbor Elementary School PTA will hold a luncheon Saturday noon in the Baccarat Room of the Deauvill hotel. Mrs. Siegel is in charge of arrangements. /V Auxiliary id to Israel Set l.e %  Chaim Weumanu's • arked by BurSi Auxiliary, terans. al Its Aid |\iesday, B:30 3737 Bird I be Charles A ., student %  e i • i mi md Mi M> i planning to lipment for Hospital In Ism far tohich to fite^anks Pastrami? Nothing goes with |a good meal like Tetley Tea! %  {"MM Tetley U bright and r.acinjt as the finest, tastiest tea ILmA e-a f vorite in Jewish BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT •U' are emancipated." dectart .!,Rothschild, "bill mancipation thou • our Faith, • n Thiswa family wlio"u > expressing and ,. %  | | -. i ... Jewi i had mil known fine* the Book o/ King*." it is graphic. H is gripping.In fact, fact reads like fiction as Frederic Morton unfolds the extra-ordinars saga of— The Rothschilds.' ^Shh legendary dynast) was founded /-"') years ago in Frankfurt's Ghetto b* a Hterallv nameless coin collector ith courtly manners and a pod's dreamt, whose toy **> '•' Mud? the Talmud Kith his live fateful sons. These tbe son* became bankers to empires, creators of international finance as It is know n today, builders of Europe' first railways, patrons of art and industry companions of kmirs, prnUmthmpists on a colossal scale—and the great protectors of their people. %  ftherwore their Je.i\hness like noble insignia. Picture Baron Lionel, hammer in hand, erecting a suicah against the wall o\ his august London offices! Al rovatbanquets the Rothschild* either ate kosher food or did not eat at all. MeZUZOt ere devoutly affixed to the doorpost! of magnifk i at mansions ami Judaism <" diligently implanted in the voting. Each in his own way, the Rothschild" fought for Jewish uaflSill SSSSBMlW. It i said of Baron Lionel that whan itcame to he 1 pins fetlo" le*s he became "almost irrational with solicitude," which Is surer) inatioaalU) ofthe*trj highest order. \nd this passionate identification with their heritage is perhaps the most valuable item la the storied Rothschild inheritance. eVhoisri. l 1 II mthv • : : %  s I s>r %  slants Vnd < e '& S connoisseur's. K>Ul Old sou kno* '• % %  N *' Prize W'im %  As we offer %  prayer of Thanksgiving we reflect on the goodness of life in the American tradition ... the freedom of religious worship the high standards of living the rich harvest of field and factory. The abundant life so appropriately symbolized in a tender, wholesome, delicious turkey, Koshered by Empire. iaul h Mckage mMns Kwn r Certified •"•' m Pjrve by Rabbi Jacob Cohen The MOST TRUSTED Uame In Kosher Poultry STun-on o, Orthodox ^*XXSZ^£Z^ lUp. "be*. Cut Up. Ma. W,n,s, ^ ^^^D T Y: NORMAN MENDELSON & SONS "Giveinc."pleaded I J re! Korthisso it sold his b and with like that, it <* %  Sov. *e ha\c brought that old o -t delkiousl) up to Out recipe makes8 to 10 hcanj hel i.. ,., scd :>> barter A ESAU'S P0TTA6E 3 .. cups s .ceo omons • J CUP P'anters Oil 1 pound ground 3 cups stewed ton I '• j cups diced celery • 1 cuo sliced car-ots 1 cup dift'd parsnips 1 CUB dice • -reen pepper 1 quart water • ; pound lentils 1 tablespoon salt • %  2 teaspoon pepoar In a large pot same onions in Planlers OH. \dd uroiind lamh and brown. Stir in lamIOCS, celery, carrots, parsnips, ureen pepper. \dd water, lentils, sail, pepper. Conk oer low heat about 1W hours or until lentils are tender. fit takes thousands and thousands of hmtdfkkedcoffee hear.to mak poundof Instant Chase A Sanhorn. And a century oj coffee-making know-hoit goes into every single far, N ''' >"** know wh) It's to good. Isn't it the only coffee that's good enough foi voui and friends? ( hate A Sanhorn < und Planlei I ( Nl f made under v, at round Rabbinical Supervision. .>/ course. MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRWHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER



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Nove ,eniber 19. 1965 +JeHlr Page 15-!? LEGAL NOTICE D ;t S COLRT OUNTY. f ..QBATE ; Kl IN lily, i I ,unt>. ... •| ii hi ^ avtti ... %  :,. l3 -i* -,"rOlN-JUDGES COURT rSD FOB DADE COUNTY. IfLOfP" "> PROBATE 0 %  A K .1 A \\ JTICe TO CREDITORS \ ('. %  M..HII i\ \ t %  I %  • I r\ 18' >R •• %  ...i.ii.i • Clerk Court ..I Itadi .". uni i ii i %  i. \ -• %  'i' i: IA1 KASIH'K LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68542 A IN" UK: !:-'!'• f M lit 111 \ MIM.I.M \\\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS \I1 I i .-.ll• V • •'• i ii inanda tgalnal ,. her. hj notll %  il and r. ,-. -, HI .,•!> clu miand ma> have ..^ M VRTH \ MKI.I.M \\. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66849 B IN RK Eatati % %  •: A 11.1.1 \M ML'II \HI, Hi ll. I /• -i: I.. ... NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ i 'redltora and All IN %  •"Ha* %  ...imor Demand* \. Km u You are hereby not fii 1 B I ,i %  pn ... nl .in' • ilmn and di inanda v hi. h you n ,%  -. o| WI I.I.I \M MICH \i:i. Uul.TZ, SR. d< • • iai d lati 1• %  %  %  ,. %  ludKi if i >ail< .'• ;• ...I in Seel in I > %  .11.1... will be haired I :. .1 .,' \1 i I". %  •! '. .l.iv ..f •• • % %  !.• r, V.l> I'.'i WH.I.IAM M Hi >I.T/., IR %  ARTHl'll w K U'.Mt'K LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY Juooe-scovtoT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 68781 A IX Rl %  ... MM: x %  K S'EMfXP. '" NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 r M •. %  i %  ii ,..1A-,.:.-I M y (ll i r hen > i any < U MM A I kl SEM *.1... ... ih. Count) i idgen nl i r.,uniy, and fiU the aan I ;• • II. I I %  %  Ida Mat nt. %  n..i I.I.I. n ... Dnti'd i •. %  • K.V ,.Tr. • %  Kl SKMI ... -: %  ... ith Court Miami Hoi \ K\. %  1-" %  • not lei %  1 ""H Vltn \ • • %  %  NOT C FOR 0 TAXDEED O N ",""•"> M,I -,V'\ V A .„„,,,2, 7 ^V2 ct.of 1941 ••-•' Hide County. KlorhlH „ N „ Chaptc M722 -tah of M ,,., ... fnwri ,vr\ •• %  • '" rtuplkati and SO HUIMIY i.l\h> In th.ir offleea In Hie Conn, N T H E COUNT Y JUDGE'S COU RT in ll •'!.•In the • ii in•• \ \ -ad. C.tinl>. r ECOLN-v ..DGESCOURT forata. '„. barro J. %  ; %  rlda. ihla !8th ina .I-%  .-i %  i '" % %  %  ,,,, r. A.D. 18 %  '"' %  ClIAIllJiHONilXTa C< MM-* Mas % %  1 -'\l-,'; 1 '-w;,...r; II.,,,,-,... I. l-i..Book Id I..-•• %  „ f |hla „,„,.,. on %  '•"'•• Bl ...,.|.. :•. 19' Florida KlMiiN HW-A CIIU'NDWKRQ I /.-. I OH DADE COUNTY. I FLO" 0^ .N PROBATE No 64-J6-A t iNK :E C C NTENTION TO MAKE IC*TION FOR DISTRIBUTION N0 FINAL D SCHARQE I .'i hsva Pel %  i ll f.Kk 1 •!%  Ii.irei' i \I:TIIII: -. Hi Tliaaaraament at a proper.} "•• %  c .„. Ex „. utori "•' '},-;! %  •• M M '" 1 : m "" wYSc/HundiS name of; """•'• .... .. M liii...-.aa .i • rllfl %  •-'<• diall be r., ,I..I, ,i ... dlai to law. the propand >lil on Hiy d—.nl.*l li.rwn will 1.. .-.I.i to ., HS5. wlll'th. Ugheal bidder al Jhi Oourt Hi • ^ %  l. • miv I-idr.*; d.~.r oil 1^li'sl M.-nday in Mi. ntli laTic provaJlof DvCembar. IMS, arlilcli is Uu • %  %  d .II.~IMda> "f !'• "*-'• u.^_ .IW.....I .i,. Mtii .i-i..f tvti.hi.r. 19n... 11 -.-l?-19, .' : .. • I \.^ |P Ihi %  ... .•: < •. • %  • :. IMMSIJi INK l> S Uliwne) %  ; Bl i ) %  .Il-ll ^E COL-.TY JUDGE S COURT I*'. IORDADE COUNTY. FLO" DA N PROBATE No S8978-A \1 : NTION TO MAKE 1 i>R DISTRIBUTION •• L D S( HARGE i. .1 I I ll n |. %  • • ^. aa id MAN il [laled Mm. Mth .1-* % %  '• Octooar, 196... B It l.KATHKKVAS. -l.rk of I'ireiiU Oourt, l 'H.I. County, Florida ^..ul) Bj P f liuldMirand. Denut) < l-rk I, n S-J8-1I |l"an %  COM IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6S362C IS RK Kalata ., MVK. IN '". I" '1 I I JI--R. a k a MH'IIMM. U %  : %  iTTURB NOTICE TO CREDITORS T-. A.I %  :. .Ii' n d A I" Hat Ima or Ik •"~1 1 I.-i .•• You % %  • hereby quin .1 M • MVIH'N 'i %  •' 'TTI.IKI1 Mli'HM • "•• '' %  %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 8SC-11502 BEVERLY r. SHIELDS, Plaintiff. DOUOIdAfl i BIBBUDB. 1 '.f.-mlant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T.i DOVOLAS S. SHIl-.l.I'S Realdence L'nlmown Y,u |.of.;i.\>' S. SIIIKl.l'S are hereby notlf|.-d that a Hill -t ''o'",,..,,„, for Divorce hai %  •••" W acalnal y.m. and you sri renulrjd to .,,v of > "ur Answer % %  < i Ii aaIn, ,,, the i-.'H % %  < Complaint on IM plaintiff Al ley. Uoyd • I'lM IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67984-C IN Kl" '•-' ISAAC KAMI l'.l>. IN i an. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml IT. dltor 1 All IN 1Hn • Ins Clalnw oi IH-manda Asulnal Said Katati „ ) ,,, hi reby nol fli I "d quired to prvaenl any clalnu and de%  lu.li yoa maj liaxe nsalnat ,1, Mtati of ISAAC SAMiKl.s. N deceased '• %  '• ( '•" li ''• %  ''' K '"' %  Ida. to the C %  v :,! -' %  ^'H'"' County, and file the aaini I ,-ai. and aa pn vlded In Heel Klortda (Katutea, in tiielr offleea In M, Countv Courthousi In l'.,i. County Florida, within alx calt-ndai moiitha from the lima of the flrat pub hereof, oc the aame will '. I int. .1 at Miami, Ploi Ida, Hi daj ,f iK-t..l A.D. IMS IVY C BAMUHIjdON As Adnrlnlntratrlx K rat publleatlo nof thla n. llee on th, Ittli day of Novendx -. U. iHBRT II TRAURIG Attain, v f.'i Admlnlabratl x dul'onl I lids n 12-19 : %  •. I! • NOTICE UNDER FICT1T OUS NAME LAW \, 4 1 1KB N ... HHIN S 'I VRT HEX ,, r..i. %  IM Miami Ha %  JUKI. ViNWiT f IXKEK St.K •••.-. \ ii. Wilt i %  Inti ll.l M; ... \. %  HT V HEX KK al CECKI.I \ MciRENi lK VC< 'SI \ II w %  : %  '' \1 Hi % %  .• %  %  .v K. %  fr Appil II the orlslnal Anawei ,,,1, 'rr k i-nurl % %  ot I" '• %  '"• i ,-. ..: Xovi rah : x -[\ T IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE i j. i.. No. 68741 -A > Miami. ]N 1; ||.;.t a t, ,, II \KRY .-.'11 \NK. |i .. .1 NOT.CE TO CREDITORS \ mil .1 | ,, %  s .v. nib. r. I!" I" '"; To All Credit. • I ..... ... .. i di r_. i, lllll ,,f IIV..I III \ ... %  I I T1>N N \ SAM IN I. SI' AI I. Miami li.n.h i r K APPLICATION I r A X D E E 0 f of ">41 •"•A r?i70 N \ I •... 11 ... 1 • mix... •-•• • 11 \ i Florida, I i Block I, I stati deed will bi I mdlns \ ii i... paid t, bi E I VhieB iIhr th L V ... NO' Cl UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW \. i'K IS HKKI I %  N THE I \ i. %  It thi Circuit Court i i INTI RNA IKNAIj HrWKJN IRVl.Nii CYPKN i v "1*1 %  %  \. %  %  11, \ for A pplieanl i .ii i ,n. %  ... I FIARIII.\X. i at M '• l I \N %  • NOTICE lNDER FICTITIOUS MK LAW %  %  %  l>ude I 11 \T INC BV : \ \T. INC %  i %  Yo.i • %  • %  ill %  %  riu %  1 VNNII SCIIANK : %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. .1 |. I! IS HKKKl'.Y HIVES • ;-• | 1 •a under the fletltlo in nami I'IU'CK "A HITE %  %  U %  rt 11a • -.in. : %  Miami. Florida Intel : with Ho%  %  thi %  • re lit C • I Dad. Coun Florida DI PONT .'.W.l.Kl'.IKS I.TI' IN l. Mil vi:i.i:s IM:I. MSIco Pr. K( >\ NEIL M INNHEIMER .v ORKENFIEI.l • \.. n • for HCPONT • lAl.I.HRIE l-ll • INC .... i • iponl l laxa i N tit.-r M ami, Floi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 665M-B IN RK '-• I INK WKISZ, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK =. APPLICAT ON FOR DISTRIBUTIO AND FINAL DISCHARGE \ %  iSKI'HIX N iT COURT OF THE H JL D'CI AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 1 ""88 : SHERLOCK, i %  • I, I 1 ^ti". Ill i;M \\. Clerk ••• '' %  •'l. County, Horld '• %  • F liuldafrand. NOTICE UNDE R MnTirF OF FICTITIOUS NAML L.AW VTAND y: MOTirF \ \\ nd St, NOTICE UNDER .,,,,,,,„ miVl'-IVIN THAI FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .-, '• • UU Will BPl.lV • N \\ 2".. n oris; Ihta M„ Au i:,.r Ai,Bn ll; .•._„.! MNTiii'NY UII.I i \\i u \I.TI:I: > ;•' r v ,> %  • % % %  '"-'. > •-' %  '-HI"I:I.III"K, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !'• %  I'.H.IJK 11 SI I I'.KU v .ill M.n, M i HKREP.l I l|\ ..r. ,• ll.l.. '•• %  in ri I'll an-u \ i: i 111 l: \\ K MM.I.I W N. IM %  • • L;III %  tl i' ii it,r ,i i 11 \ % %  VTHFJRM \N i I K M i.YMAN



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.a frrrMnr i • 2 ;-: Th I • \' b qi b< m o T d ri bP t tl a V P h • %  : CJAppeal Names kislak '66 Head i I, '.> Editor W ill Launch Stodv Series i— n< na nm ae 1 imt POBW ft • W W-.*lTt' ••if %  :JI -1 -*mq •'rt -• i %  %  7* L !:ajr,n •:"-•.. r-_ -• : %  %  %  -.rn BH^ ~-\MMT~ ~ j l_3r i -mnttr-i aatr-r ^f •at* a aroma ftes< %  %  C3 "MY FIGHT IS YOUR FIGHT... AS CTTY COMMISSION I CAN STAND UP AHO %  COUNTS AS A PftSON DCNCATB TO M HUMAN RJ9TTS Of EYRY CTTn M MIAH' f =:: i 3 : %  • : i •t i s .—: : \l E L-MPIOI^ MI3TT fci >i^ 1_r i imfM Ptexte funeral MRN. ATHALIE RANGE TO TK MUM! C "Y COMMISSION SX ASKS FOt Y(X Z"l C* •-= I AS S Ci-A^F>CACS5 Xi A SMTTSSRH OVIC JJO& BuScS5 MOMAM HOflCI liAS AX) as •i**s asica.1-: Bi • *: -: #a "occas ij iw u %i %  "-? : ->J •-_: MBI r?^.-NOW is THE ^w£ -z* wummom i : i:*:s ELECT MRS. ATHALIE RANGE %  • rizt riide memorial chapel. :



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"Jtwi^nrrfdn^r Page 3-A [Election Figures in Final Tabulation ; e ntin^' romP 9e1 A e |jgible MM*. <•-< 37.978 votes were I xhe allotment of ,; 0 n a distribution teat I %  in Mr. gshkol •* considering cMlttlOfl Cabinet of 1 min:; rs ompared with 16 in the £ in 9 Cabinet, W.ow.n, th. *£'" by the oppo.Hon Lam P"ewsp.. Z Davar the Hi*tedrot or 9 en, ported. The enlarged e.b.net could be made up of 10 Mapai representatives, two from Avodah three from the National Religious Party, two from Mapam, and one Independent Liberal. Kshkul indicated that ho would welcome the return id the Mapai ranks, of some of the dissidents who brakB aw.iv from Mapai to join Hafi. In an address at Tel Aviv. Mr Kshkol said he believed that "an errant minority" had l>ecome "Involved in this adventure for various reasons, but they will return to the family." lie warned Mapai, as well as the alignment, to ture The party should now begin to ensure the confidence of tho nation by virtue ol Its day-to-day work He urged the inclusion ;<• "look to the future, same time, that Mapai "must not the part; and in the HJstadrut and backward to the affairs that ,,,., ,„, n u laurels won in the elec leadership of "the young and vil I occurred in the past." lie told the tion. Victories." he stated, are not element-" among the members i Mapai Central Committee, at the perpetual, nor assured tor the fu both organi zations HELP DEVELOP Ben Gurion is Sick WIY [JTA) — Former l'nme Minister David Ben.,. confined to bed last weekend after suffering an ness lie had bet n feeling weak -wee Thursda) irion's doctorsaid that the former Premier became during the recent election campaign I i II old Israeli leader's condition was declared to -..,,.,.' oved" Wednesday However. Mr Ben-Gurion i-'ill I )ihome. While -till on the -ick li-t. doctors pelto meet with a number of vi-itors at his home. reddy Kolleck New Jerusalem Mayor because of Political In-Fighting I \1 .JTA) — TedBv Kolleck, well known in the states .1the directorgenI rs ol the Prime Munshere, and as head of l ;..„ Government Tourist Ofon the post of Mayor DELUXE GIFT Ideal tor Every Home! .'^ CL PRESENTATION Of THE: 3KS OF THE BIBLE • .1 PROPHETS 0 li JUDGES || e C>>rooo!oj>c! c**cV or Money Ordo' to BIBLICAL BOOK CO 4' EXCHANGE PLACE i Nfv YORK N.Y. 10OOS. Deot. if Although he ran in the N'ov 2 electionaa meinber of Kali, the dissident group organised by former Prime Minister David BenGurion, he had received what was called a "phenomenally large" vote. An agreement to declare Kolleck aMayor, to succeed .Jerusalem's long-time chief executive, Hordechai 1-h Shalom, wasigned here Sunday by the members >f the Municipal COUOCil elected b) Kafi. Gabal (the Herut-Liberal Party .ih nni.'iiti. Anudat Israel and the National Religious Party This city coalition will give Kolleck's ad ministration 14 ol the Municipal t ouncils 21 -eat.-. It will leave in osition the members elect, ,i b) the Mapai Achdut Avodah :.i. M ipam and Poalel v .lath Israel I >.,. une Rabbi Mouhe Porush as vice maythe post I e has held until i Mr Kollecl he % %  '• %  %  real in %  • s traffic rhal i ,1( %  '' RAT PROOFING A Specialty %  JGUUR PfJT CONTROL fOK THE NOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVI. J. M. UPTON ^ INSURANCE AGENCY INC 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FIAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, *A. Ft 1-5631 FR 7-1671 Me A Greater Miami's Sister City in Israel attend ^*£$^ [JEWISH NATIONAL FUND *" '' Me Ami Development Dinner DEC. 5,1965 Fontainebleau Hotel PROMINENT SPEAKER For Reservations Call JE 8-6464 <**<* !" i* < **•*•> L & 6. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Fhone FR 11363 WE BWSTAIX GLASS FOK .VIHY PI KPOSE! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS F wt M n lpt. MvtM mint* ••" Ktsihfimf Omt Sftcaltj \ mtrit Orlim, ftwmdtr <'\Ve put our firm's accumulated capital to work. Ed, right here at FIRST FEDERAL". sVj*^-=3£^rS£SS paid and compounded every 90 days. largest safety reserve fund of any Federal in the South. jSav [will Savings received by the 22nd of this month will earn dividends from the let of this month PRH ANM'** 4YA""" •<3r: First Federal Savings '. JLT .' AND LOAN ASSOC.AT.ON OT MIAMI **^Jf--* TV. H. Walktr, Chairman 150 N ...• uiiv NORTH MIAMI KENDALL HOMESTEAD tSSSSU.* SKS^ """"•• !" 5,>S1 -'"' -""""'*



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?;cc iVA -JmlstncrkJIar K nha\ ma 11* tvrt ai m thl cef yOt i-n qil wo boc mi of Th dn sh* wft of bcl p^: CX tbj ar. sd id p< pr ha ve fa ex th Oi ai ai 11 w d a c a b s b 1 v t t i I i i fndoy. November || -.. I Council for Medical Aid in Israel Here Plans Reception for Rifkins and Cooper IUIIUS i. COOPER ORT Chapter Will Hear President There w..l be a meeting of Mi Business and Professional < RT or. Tuesday 8 15 pm. i' M. Beach Keueral. 301 71st t. MrFlorence Kuppery-Hitheastetr Region ORT presi port on her recent trip itt-buah and the oRT conven i n Dinner to Help Brooklyn Temple J Grundwcr; presidcn'. h<-th Israel I oagregsttion. anthat the cm in u 28. at 6 30 p m. Welcome Home reception boated b> the Greater Miami Council for Medical Sen-ices in Israel honor ing Mr and Mrs Jacob Rifkin and Mr folia E Cooper will take place at the FontaineWeau Hotel "n Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mr and Mn Kifkin and Cooper. %  Maatl) returned from Israel, will -t-hand accounts of I M vs.Saw It' Rifkin is presently serving as chairman of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services in Israel campaign to build and equip the Beersheba Medical Center. Last month, the Rifkms dedicated the Physiotherapy Department that their contributions made possible. therapy Department that he donated at that ultra-modern facility in Beersheba. Both Mr and Mrs Rifkin have plated major role* in the upbuilding of Israel through their lea chip activity for such organizaas Israel Bonds. Hebrew Unl and Technion Cooper has been in the forefront of Israeli Guest speakers at the reception wMI be Jay Boshinsky, of the Miami Herald and Station WEDR-FM. Bushmsky formerly worked for the Jerusalem Post. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and London Jewish Chronicle. Me served as director of information of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem in 19*0-61. Founders Day To Be Celebrated 1 ;ma. AN* am. tifum Beta Th. ra er Miami Mm skmu Ssjau m ehration of : I r ^ Dtj on S • Yacht Club a:. "9 Speaker wi| D dean of Men at tl ': Miami Resenal through Mrs ; be held in the nev : building at 770 W oper. a member of the ExecuRJ V >1>I Leon Kroni-h. of Temple ttve Board of the Kistadntt Com Bet* Snoton-i. wHI senre as honor%  lttee, also dedicated the Hydro irman of the festive affair. United Fund Reaches 81.9 Percent; Final Dinner Meeting Slated Tuesday Eve National Airlines and Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company as hosts. .;nd of Du ti will end its 1965 campaign to • Miami Beach, it w.ll be $3,350,000 at a final dinner Htwl affair in the Harry N 7 p m at the x. E en adee Hotel. "* %  "•** *"* "\ • 1964 Irive, at the '" '*' Th not realistically in in one capacit> or another in the heyday of the Hitler Third i 'an one imagine an American high in the echelons o! fVaab i -on todav who was not in the Armed Parcel during World Wai I Neither is there an over-forty Israeli alive who uill not tell you • he was a Hagannah hero — and show vou a variety of medal i pai aad ribbons to prove it C^aaparieeaf? OBM doaa BO! here speak of comparisons, but •>i the survival of 1 raei Kuhe: are infantile emotion indeed suicidal when it OOBBM to their nationhood, a phenom % %  ... | ,..,, %  : :: %  %  tends ti ; %  %  •< il bl bly improbable, or -e tbe propbeU were right Jewish freedom can onlv be achieved Airs. WHIiams Species "Population Explosion' ..dil cussed by Mrs H Franklin Wil hams at a luncheon meeting of the Indies Auxiliary. Alpha On Dental Fraternity, on Tucsdav in the Dupont Plaza Hotel Mrs Morton Rosenbluth is president of the Auxiliary SENT A CAR FBOM '15 65 DODGES -•:-!• c. Pc*tr S'*-.ng • -3 0"-e' Nt Cars Wk. + 6c mi. I^elwd-nf I ability 'nr.'rce %  Sen : %  : 301 23rd St., MB PHONE 53255C2 ENJOY EXCITING OPENING NIGHT MONDAY, NOV. 22 12-RACl CARD If* ^* a FIRST RACE • 8 PM DOGTfiACK N.S.X-WAY A T /15 th ST. Exits fo track N.W. 103rd and N.W. 119th Streets REVEl IN NEW CAFE CARIBE Special Speedy Service — Economy Prices and Reopening IUXURY C0RAI TEJtRACE RESTAURANT Reservations suggested. Phosse 754-0747; direct fine from Broward County, 5244747. •+ %  Admission Sox Parkme 25c TWIN DOUBLE MOMENTS AWAY VIA N.S. X-WAY •il-*/*""



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' "Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKLY ~^f Number 47 Miami. Florida. Friday, November 19 19G5 Two Sections Price 21t *W(ij<>r CJFWF Assembly Problems Reviewed A -urn of the of t ruinations and i, closed ItS Sunday, %  -' %  -%  e *"*" rtuin' i %  ,FWK •* %  %  Liu it -ho teTREAi r \ ot Uw R '" ,s %  Ifil "' %  ire I i-h communi tinyear not hat the) should done and ho it can be di best, but Rave spe cial attention to the "why" and •what [or" h\ these activities AooM be conducted at all. and why hy the Jewish community and for what purposes and Roals. "T h i $," he emphasized, "reflected in part, reconsideration of the relevance of what Jewish community organizations do to the prime issues of the times — Jewish, American and Canadian, and worldwide. And the Assembly looked particularly at what Judaism uniquely can bring to the resolution of these issues. It was said that the great momentum and success of federations and welfare funds should not ignore the problems underneath." Among the clarifications in the Assembly discussions. Mr. Bernstein said, were the following: l The extension <>( government scrvici and of non sectarian pro grams often pressed Jewish agencies '<> do mon not less The} open up new opportunities for Jewish services rather than only close e\iti !'. •• son told the ns hen Moi %  Sir Barm II ewish La v., • %  : I'arlian enl Sir Barrett said that the de c (ion by me Government would t e c'erable interest to the ,rt,ie civilised world and to the Jewish community in particulai In announcing the decision, Mr. i that the Gov rn ititfied thai the Ira(| 0 ..... i hi o' .i lylum for the enu ne political f> titlve, eonlor which had prevented British accession to the canvenlien would not be prejudiced. %  .... i mted Nations, it was Continued on Page 1J-A MONTREAL IJTA) No i n with so large a program ish communal service .is %  %  \mei ican Jew ry km w s so it it sell .idi es \ ii an Ihc 34th Gi lei il \ si mbl> i ncil ol lewish Federa • vVi [fare f un is was told last week Louis stem of Newark i FJVi I' t, told the 1.000 Jewish imunal leaders at the Assembly • the American Jewish cornknow more aboul He noted th :t even the i limate of the number of American Jews is onlj a guess Remarking that i Median .lews hnve censua .lai.i about themselves he said \miriean .lews "don't know our birth rates and death rates We • know how manj we are gainor losing through intei rhere are t


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November 19. 1965 +Jelst FhrMHr Page 7-A JFWF Assembly Problems Reviewed Continued from Pt 1-A ,. .,. |o lluprime issue* of 1 he declared. "Tha \a v.iih the challenge of -n in a society and gener'''i-hirli. for the fust time in A hath > ,<,wer ,0 l iatl,caU ,i with a challenge to I vu< h community to help lead I'f-'at ai as part of the unique I mitment of Judaiam. The Assembly examined peit'cjMy he '**"•* wnien n w# ,,in in achieving the purpose Li the anti-poverty programs, rc noted the emergence of Jewish leadership in dealing with | ,'. f m in a number of cities :u gh the action of federation sers as chairmen and memt,., o* community-wide entip C ,ert boards; the use of JewIsagencies in conducting entipc-erty o'ograms, and in other .s federation In many %  • i.i art and conscience %  h community, M it il the heart and con the total communit)." unit) leaders stated |j dealt with social %  he aged that should bj the new Medicare Delegates were con M only what the ef he on Jewish hospitals, the aged, and the fed >n* thi mselves but, even A hat Jewish agencies alee sure that Medicare oik well. v. ith am phi first-quality medicine. minimum of mistakes ons noted the pos II creased care i>> Jew ms, greater costs and need for more person : tal patient care and are sen ices Possible < I 'infor aged maj in 754-7503 EAGLE FINANCE CO. ::i N.E. 79th St. 1 v,-. J.'S > J600 volve short term convalescence as well as continuous lifetime care and more medical service Overall, there should i>c greater integration of all health services The Assembly discussed chanH ing patterns of financing Jewish hospitals b\ federations There is a widespread pattern of grants to meet specific purposes rather than to deal with the deficits of the hospitals The -rantare for social services, for training and education and to assure particularly the Inchest quality of medical care, which can make the differ ence hetween life and death. The Assembl) examined the major overseas needs in 1966, in terms of North American Jewish responsibilities Continued largescale immigration and greater emphasis on bringing dependent recent settlers in Israel to self-support were stressed This iv against the brackground of the hardships caused l>\ the loss of S7.000.000 in. German material claims funds to the Joint Distribution Committee in 1JHS5. to be aggravated further by the loss of sio.itoo.ooo in 1066 because of the ending of German material claims grants to the Jewish Agencj for Israel-Jerusalem The Assembly examined the changing character of the American Jewish communit) itself, it dealt with the question: "Is 'he American Jew really vanishing?" It concluded that the facts regard in 1 ,* the extent, nature and effects oi intermarriage are inadequate. The national Jewish population survey projected by the council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is intended to overcome these gaps in information. The Assembly discussions noted further that intermarriage, however, is the symptom rather than the basic problem which lies in the home, in Jewish education, and in other factors which lead to a lack of conviction about the importance of Judaism's content, and about the value of remaining part of the Jewish people. Workshops assessed American Jewish cultural development nationally and locally The progress and potentials revealed in the de velopment of scholarships, estah lishment of university chairs of Judaic studies, research and publications should be extended further, it was felt, through develop ni.nt of a master plan by the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, to set priorities, and help overcome the fragmentation in this field. Adult Education At Beth Torah Tuesday schedule of the Beth Torah Adult Education Institwc starts at 9 a.m.. with Abraham J. Gittelson, education director, conducting a course on Jewish history based on the text. "God, Jews and Historj At the same hour. Mis. Martin Steinfink teaches a class in Yidhsh At in a m Rabbi Max A. Lipschit/. lectures t" the '""re than 75 women who participate in the morning sessions on "Great Jewish Borks.-' and at 11 a.m.. course* in Hebrew are taught h> Cantor Jacob Kenzer. MrMorris Levin, Mrs. Irving Seidel, and Gittelson. 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Face 4 A +}tmistncrk#*r Frtdav Nc 1885 fa l>r ha ve 1 1 th Si ai •i •J li \* tl 0 d a c \ a t. 1 I C \ t t 1 I I < I I ~lJe wisH Floridian jfTKI and PLANT — 120 N-E. Sixth Street Te.epnone FH 3-4c Teletvpe C;mrr..i.-_:at-cns Miami TWX 305-696-4363 IMMI-OMI P • %  ••f. : v > • iSwS 4 .'^ ssrftjsrlira FRZD K. UUULllll Edetoi and PaUtahai LIC VCND'-IN Executive Editor BcLMA M THOMP90W Aeal c NUUMB J.BSC" P-ON HATES 0-. ••11X ---* &f '• 2 Owt 5* T l" L.B9" *M'M' Vohane SB Number 47 Friday. November 19. 1965 24 Heshvan 5726 The Growing Vista Of Domestic Need TsM CdoBcfl :: >%  '.-?FedMKObom and Weetare Fends Sere.--. in Montreal a 1 it -IM out respons sol sad -'. Jepreeeed 7 entry there E it lome .es; guihy ooI America i u -> es — .-.an lessening or at are i pees of efficiency thus girir nergy ,D ex::r i—' own needs. In any case, there was nan 3d C3FWF Assembly than a discus jer.->7ree 10 which Jewish munttoa snould assume the burden of cecling with their own mental health problemi and methods or operctmg aged homes and boepHnls. .'/ore, we say. because it seemed to go beyond the classic Jewish welfare concerns. The i4th General Assembly in fact opened as oroad vistas of inquiry when Louis Stern. fomq CIFWF president, suggested that a primary goal during the year ahead should be lot 'American Jewry to get to know itself. And so. while Joint Distribution Committee and United lewsAppeal and domestic 1 ckreuc (ewish education con hone bod as are lab" share of the soda st... .t won hopeful lo r.ote the inclintoward studying those problems that are zl as a peoj this land : to emerge _s the .rreas.:. ] ceptance .:. pc^s.c^e SOOB to the un. nerer -he degree of bod we .illy %  '-" Our New CJA Chairman • ii CIA com ppeal .s now per.od of 01 %  -' Greater Miami [ewry paign In be! overseas agencies Itate of Is> Mr. Kislak both as a businessman and an active leadei in civic aa has well proved his capab:..:.es lo assume leadership of the 1S66 CJA con His list re ond rtions is long and .rr.Lres.sive as lot the Jewish cc: •' drive. With Mr. Kisiak at the bebn Greater Miami Jewry must now mob. me task. -h lies at staice for the sake of ourselves, as well as for out brethren in Israel and countries of oppression seek.r.g then freedom. duriug the vwk ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN .7 the kind of occurrence in Hitler Germany prior to ana during the World 'A ar II years. It expresses the outrage of man ao/ai his own inhumanity, and offers up the dett motion that genocide as a social phenomf must henceforth be banned even in times ot military crisis America's refusal to sign goes back to the early fifties and the battle over the Bncker Amendment. The refusal seems to be basea on the Amer.ccr. fear that our government would be giving the United Nations political and Uridiccl province over our destiny and compromise our national integrity. The real issue behind the refusal wcconcern that, as a signatory. America mi be censured for her treatment of Negroes in the South, s.:.re the status cf the Negro ce possibly be construed as c variety ot gen> Witn the great strides the U.S. hes rra I the held o: cm! rigl • the Genocide C vention was a burning issue and with the %  •:-: %  _.thai Negro aa are not r to D it seems arena.c tic for 'as to express our feel suspicion lo I might well ea.^l^-e T.e British w] graceful ur.derstar.dir.a c: human •-••• anc revolution -s kn a '• Msa %  j : Emulating the British The Bril %  ? Genocide Con our owi me to $ pact sine • A Change of Accent : two majot bodies, the rogue C i in giamei N V and the Ui of American Hebrew Congregations Re-: San Fi mcisco. suggests the increasing degree to which our :1 leaders are I squarely toward the "extra-rehgious pi American Jewry today. At the United Synagogue convent.or. the a good dea :mcge and interdc as a new social phenomenon, recognizinc threat both pose to our survival as a people. In the same sense, the Reform rabbir.cte Ban Francisco among its many age •-.-<-• expose actions of the danger or. the extreme right and extreme left cs • %  as an % %  me role the Arae: uld play in Lhe %  -r.e. At me deai % HEBE SEE*; ish i this u • th* J* th K proper i -. T o % %  peronstrated a kind of inborn inability at self .except ebon esea be individual J^* such a via;, -hat it grem acrustomed to exile aezile, the Je could lament hu past freedom *ill reason for be.re Onlv hirtSHJBSS BM SffliSl from enjoyin? nauonhooa A: r that he t-ar have hm rerieweel or.ee nor men K-, ... r.ounced the Dr Roll Pub H ba chief coui best) in Israel • leh Isn ties — and ei ed Dr To i i 1 en* i i Their source %  but arbJ Dr Toerock : I angry a %  irtual bu: in I 11 aa d %  • -SUfVIVAl Of A HATIOH IS TM ISSUt I MENTION NONE They ar. %  %  ten I d >i niar.v ration today is 1 th..nv of thev.selves, who have been so the roun| of their ; But the tact remains that none of tbil ha %  >.th the i tbe aurvivaJ it I lion. If Isi erj svailable tool at her dis end Tin 0O the EuroiH-ar ,1 rencb diasifecti new, j... Vral Ursttoa of the L.JN Arab >tatu> — tha er provoentioo or rea>oi. Hence. >n the L or.tinen! n the middle icfa a ce! %  jl>out Dr 1 Continued on P9 6-A • %  • %  %  •



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0gf, ife tnbr ia is Uffle Kahaner Fashion Brunch ir* § d of ,„d branch. | m ["uesdaj %  • the Ten I Fash Roj • B I +Jenlst FkrMlrkr 1 Sunshine Chapter [Features Film .1 movie tea SOU and • lS Al will M ( hap. en, a: its Tud*y. at I the bus : :>> Mrs Flank I R d [or the I eld al Hah %  M SE I67tl I 30 from I I wedding anni I v L • the social hour I % %  • vice charge ol the Doctors to Dance I At Mount Sinai i i. tors dm%  bj the Mount Sinai Hospi | A ednesda; 'li<' Fontaine icial affair In ictors and dentists lot Hospital's stall planned a> a "gel ctors, dentists i nl Sinai Hospi guests will be mem lital's administra i • and intern staffs. %  begin at 8 pm. eci de : al 7 i> m b) a ii ihe doctora given b> i : %  '. trustees the attair is Dr Serving with I H Maurice Edelman, Sa ford Le\ ine New >ork Club Meeting N< ib "f Florida will ar i and io< ial p m ..t Washii i I M H.T'h st Enterbj singer, Jeanine Dai lea, mimic. I % i Page 7 -B Xinneret Chapter Party Saturday K v -"•"' I I Sa i ceeds Cha s Mrs Planning Eoi the annual membership party ot Milton Stfkm and Trudy Hamerschlag. StandMiami Beach Chapter, Women s Division ot :ng deft to right are Mesdames Ruth Poner. Technion on Dec. 10 are (seated left to right, Ruth Johnson-Berger. and lack Katzman. Miss Rena Stein and Mesdames Philip Thau. N. J. Congressman Speaks Sunday At Temple Israel Novel Review Scheduled Ian '• %  on. r. to '" '"*' ipter B %  B Women luncheon I Dutk es S %  hnson, of New Jerst > Passaic Coun r. will be guest lecturer al the Sunday morning adult studj course I Be i ontemporarj Jew in America." al Temple Israel of Greater Miami A leader in the congressional n ove to have the Ku Klux Klan inted b) the House In Ameritctivities Committee, Rep Joelson will speak on "Righl Wing Extremism The youngest cit) counsel in the Judge Balaban Will Address Workmen's Circle Circuit Court Judge Henry L Balaban will be guest speaker at the monthly meeting of Miami Beach Branch 1089 of the Workmen's Circle to b held Saturday. R 30 fin al Washington Federal, 1 133 Normandy Dr. Judge Balaban'a topic ill be Are 'hi' Court.loo Lenient With Criminals A question and answer period will follow Bernard Brust iprogram chairman. Arthur Rosichan, executive director Greater Miami Jewish Fed, ration will be speaker for the cultural evening of the I L Pereta Workmen's Circle Schools on ruesK p m at 1545 SW 3rd SI The evening will open with a communit) sing led by Max Gleiberman. director of the school histor) of Paterson, Joelson also served a.~ deput) attorney general of the State of New Jersey and \\a< of the Criminal investigation Section Elected to Congress n 1960 he serves on the House State. Justice, Commerce and Judiciary Committees m was Kappa at Cornell Cniversitj and received his During World War II he ser in the Office oi Naval Intelligence. was assigni d I lapai • j, having learned I age under a spec al A DATE 10 REMEMBER.' TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1S45 JeHerson Avenue Miami Beach Will open its LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES an November 26th al 8.-15 *M. itmatok MMORIAl SERVICES TO BE HELD fOR YARMOUTH C4STU VICTIMS ROSE AND SAMUEL ERANKEL. Memorial services for Rosa and Samuel Frankel of 4244 Chase Avt victims of the Yarmouth Castle boai tragedy Nov 14, will be held on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave. Tho Frankels are survived by a daughter, Mrs Florence Moss, Miami Beach. Mr. Frankel is survived by bother, Irving Frankel of Miami Beach, and a sister, Rose Frankel, Miami. Mrs. Frankel leaves her mother, a sister *nc' iree brothers, all of Brooklyn, N.Y. TO THOSE WHO EXPREESSED THEIR SYMPATHY ii so many beautiful and practical ways during our '•cent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. The Family of the late RENE WASHER 9 t> WANT TO BE POSITIVE? % Anon the label is a rabbinical guarantee the product is kosher Sponsored by The Union ot Orthodox Jewish Congregations ot Amer.ca in conjunction with The Rabbinical Council ot America i ii c %  1 c 9 ((o a spread Vlavida sunshine irilh succulent navel ortinyvs 10.51.1 bushel de vered (p.JIJ • -" l J A gift pad ihe *"""> H** 01 •" Florida! Sv • i sex d ess | navel oi id so full of juicy g^ .-. „ e c < to spread Florid i h • "< mksgiv ng and Christmas to friends and relatives in the North JM CITRUS first floor and fort lauderdale Sorry no COD'S BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE' SHOP JM TONITE 10 Til 9.30



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Pcge 8-A tjmiftft flcr/cJtor Friday. November 19. 1965 UAHC Chief Warns of McCarthyism Continued from Page 1-A the ready target for trigger-hapi\ character assassinating witchhunters In his presidential address. Rabbi Eisendrath challenged the KeJewish leaders to translate action the convention theme A Faith for Our Time.'" He called lor • A Committee on Proselytes to openly seek members into the fold of Reform Judaism for the first time since the fourth century among the "unsynago.'jued and unchurched." • The raising of standards in UM religious schools of Reform rregations, which should include the extension of school hours, increased courses to teach Hebrew, an expansion of existing adult education courses. • A committee of Rabbis and la>men to Stud) the problems of a pluralistic society, and cope with th. challenging questions posed by the younger generation. e A forthright stand by American Reform Judaism to demand an end to the "second-class status" accorded Reform or Conservative rabbis in the State of Israel. • An intensified educational campaign, by the 664 Reform mtmber temples of the UAHC, in cooperation with other local and national Jewish agencies to continue the arousement of national public opinion to help alleviate anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. In expanding his statement on those who question our national policies. Rabbi Eisendrath. supported the right of individuals and organizations to demonstrate whether it be in criticism of or support of our Vietnam policy or any other question. He simultaneously affirmed the rights of conscientious objectors but observed that "We cannot condone the illegal burning of draft cards." However, he asserted, "we hue a duty to challenge the jibe oi Communist flung at almost everyone who presumes to differ fn m this day's Administration and expiring soul of the United Nations Continued and increased parti Cipation in all phases of the civil lights Struggle was urged upon the more than 3.000 lay and rabbinic delegates In the prepared text of his keynote address at the Masonic Audi toriuni. Rabbi Kiscndrath called upon members of Reform Judaism for renewed involvement and action to make real the integration of the Negro into the mainstream of American life. "I would commend those among us — rabbis and laymen —who have joined with representatives of American Christendom in a number of freedom marches as divinely hallowed as the exodus of our forbears from Eoypt. But let us candidly confess that, with few exceptions, we did so long after many a secularist or even atheist, long after some of our own youngsters, inspired more by SNCC and CORE than by ourselves, had led the way and put many of us and our religious pretensions to shame." "The Negro asks every one of us and our movement which pro Peases to be religious, On which ltda will you range yourselvcAfld God Himself inquires a., as of old. Where art Thou 0 tt | we answer. More am I" — no mat t.-r what the price?" He cited specific actions m which the members of Reform con jr jationi might become involve 1 He urged them to "picket, boy cott, attend rallies, wear symbolindicating our support, distribute' literature, serve on committeeengage in discussions of tactics lead discussions, organize camp signs and elections, watch at th %  polls, solicit contributions and Rabbi Eisendrath called for new efforts bj raoois and laymen to eliminate de facto segregation in the North full) as despicable as necessarj limit our own spcndir.; its de Hue counterpart in the in order to help aid the cause South the American Negro. D*. MAUKICt [IStNMATH policy. Was it -Communistic' for some of us to seek a test ban treaty, so long opposed as unpatriotic, and finally adopted because of the pressure of public opinion? When we opposed the Multilateral Force, acclaimed less than a month ago as indispensable to our so-called national security and now all but abondoned. was that 'Communistic'? "I thought that the right of dissent, not merely in consequentials but in the clutch was a salient distinction between dictatorship and democracy." the Reform Jewish leader emphasized. Pointing out that the foreign press presents a more objective picture of U.S. foreign policy than does our own press. Rabbi Eisendrath asked "How can we teach our children the virtue of truth when, in the publications of other nations, in the press of our very neighbors across our northern and southern borders, they read so much that contravenes the 'managed news' they are fed at home." He referred to our nation's handling of the U-2 episode, the CIA's activities in Singapore and our intervention in the Dominican Republic. Rabbi Kiscndrath asked the representatives of 664 Reform Jewish temple-. "As a religious Jewish community can we still | our conscience and muffle >nir i voice?" He expressed his disappointment that the high hopes eryeendered by the visit of Pope Paul VI had been dissipated by the actions of nations whose representatives stood up and applauded the Catholic prelate's moving words. "Peace, Peace but there is no Peace still. No more war." The Reform leader continued, Small wonder, then, thai when certain pessimists dolefully comii the purpose of the pe's visit was to "perform the -• rites over the anguished body FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN RENTALS: iffkienciei. Deluxe Efficiencies. Bedroom Aportmenti, Deluxe Bedroom Aportmenti with I Vi boms, 2 Bedroom Aportments with 2 full bathrooms. Wr*a MfcK Bnclmm • Ca m r a l mk canaMtiaatn* • EtsvatW larvlta • Sarvica araa — aav BERGI NORM .N D LEVIN I Harbour House South 10275 Collins Avenue Bal Harbour, Florida 33154 Tt-lepn -.. 866-8031 LEE HIGGENSON CORPORATION 20 Broad Street, New York 10005 I irt Lauderdalc Chicago Boca Rat San I Orlando Milwi Ba! 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mber 19. 1965 +JelsMkri0 nyonei Chinuch Dinner Honors ssin Here on Sunday Evening Councilman sdaj U the an L'Inyo • landing held Sui Miami • Icrhood Officers Co II M-tiM H serve with Natl an S m Cotl leb. vice ir SchneiMrs Es '.!:TilMir of %  the Sis%  I. |>;ml up %  pi new home 'i I'ibor H Stem .Hid lhMldonor luncheon l the Deauville |i lei lainmenl i ll • ii lions and %  n .i le it tin' Michael Sossin "for his ouUtandc and reli^ pi igramj • • e Blacktone Ii So -in I i .i n tirees ll>' will also be honore I ling to Rabbi A • : oi the rei ional ievotion • Merkos L'Inyonei Chinui I V commit) ,...-• and .1 Weiss final • \ %  %  \ : Wll I .MII c, Me< hati c as i tl e A pioneer in the field of gerontology. Sossin is a memb;M of the Beach Senior Citirens Advisory Committee and of the Governor's Commission on the Aging. ll..^ .. leader In the estabishment <>f Camp Gan Israel "f Florida, • %  project oi the Lubavitcher movement in Deland under the direction t Rabbi Korf. |lN TIMES >F SORROW MS Kpreti what word* cannotl WI 5F\r> SYMPATHY rLOW EM AM \\ HSR* jticGdlrns MIAMI BEACH %  14 532 3361 iCOitAl GABIES -.65 S423 JO FT. UUDERDAtE FR 17398 JWV Post Holds Picnic Sunday Norman Bruce Brown Port, Jewish War Veterans of the United States and Ladiea' Auxiliary, hi Id their annual picnic n Sunday m itw main pit of Matheaon Hammock picnic grounds, it was tunced by Commander Ralph Rosofsk] The organization was boat to .,nd entertain a group ol children from the Dade County Children's Home m Kendall as well as sen icemen from the Homestead Air I orce Base Past Post Commander Sol Koe. chairman "f i'i Ari • %  ents Committee, and Morton Feit was in chai <•" %  • tainmenl and gan • for chilIren. Detective S I Ubert R Molina, if the Metro Narocotic Squad, a s nest speaker at the last social ,,( the Posl and auxi Meeting was held at Pythian Hall, 1601 W FU tier St on Tuesda) al 8 p m Barr) M Geltner was pi hairman KABBI DAVID UtBfRMAN Rabbi Lieberman Due at Banquet Rabbi David M Lieberman, ol Chicago, will be guest speaker at the fifth am lal Merit s L'Inyonei Chinuch banquet on Sunday, Nov 21, at Waldman's Hotel, Beach Councilman Joe Malek, dinner chairman, announced. Rabbi Lieberman i> spiritual leader of Congregation Or Israel t ii.i principal ol the Bais Yaacoy Hebrew Parochial School in Chicago. he was raised and educated in Belgium and France, and came to the the V S. in 1846 Rabbi Lieberman graduated with honors from the Lubavitcher Yeshiva in I960 The banquet will honor Michael Sossin owner and director of the Blackstone Hotel on Miami Beach. -for his work in aid of the Lubavitcher cause Miami Mayor Robert King High won a fifth term of office in the city elections Tuesdaj by an almost 2 to l margin, topping a field >{ three other candidates. High received 22.582 votes Alsorans were Jerry Stern, 9.275; Jon (ailton. 1.717; and Georse ThomBS, 940. In the race for City Commission, Group 4. Mrs. Athalie Range will be in a runoff with Irwin ( 'hristie, Mrs. Range uarnered 11.340 vot.-s to Christie's 10,333 Others in the Group 4 campaign were LeRoy Weiner, 6.742; Mrs Doris E McAUister, 2.729; George Kalil, 1.887. .1 Marquette Philips. B40: and Angelo Sands, 556 Runnoff between the winners is Britain Approves Genocide Pact Cortinued from Page 1-A ... lion ol I ntion on Gei ,. Decembi r I 1946 6" states itified or ac lo I '. Stai (i rnnn nl has n | %  nvention. A %  i C.S. Senate in s of many i it it I"' test oft ; icsl was voiced b it< %  sid I I netlj .:i the summer ol I 163 scheduled in Miami for next Tuesday. David Kennedy won a seconi consecutive four year term for City Commission in Croup 5. get ting 18.937 ballots. Others were Mrs F.dith B. Bradley. 5.891; Mur ray 7. Klein. 3.912; and Dod t Johnson. 3.185. B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Social Singles is lisoring B dame on Saturday night at the Saxonj Hotel Tickets may be purchased at the door ani include a night club show and live orchestra for dancing PALMER I MEMORIALS "Miomi's Only Jewish Monument Builders" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! 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rij •JmlstrkrHk*n Friday, November \) ... 4^Mbottt k f^eoplc and JT" aces • • MADAM ELOISE BOUCHE AND HER PUSSYCAT MODELS Madame Bmiche was really Ida i.Mrs MiktO Forer, and the Pussycat models were all members of Beth David Sisterhood at their adorable Mad Chapeaux luncheon and Hat Show Male Herb Rau. Skipper Chuck and fudge Mitchell Goldman, found it hard work picking out the most beautiful the most original and the funhat, but to the lad] fudges it came aaaj The Rebbesin's hat was a candid camera on the verj pretty head of pretty GabrieJhi Landau Miriam Mr> Wiliani Weintraub. all in green with a hu.i green hat a> there she can't believe the trip to Kurope that she took with her husband and children 1now just a fond mem or) Bernice Mrs. Louis) Schwartzman was at .. table with Floience (Mrs Meyar) Baskin who had an arrangement of leaves on her head Pert Raj .Mrs Mas Jacobaan was hurrying about, awell as Annette [Mrs Lou Settlin, who wore .1 monej bat filled with dollar bills. The hat was given aa priae Everyone was busy saying cludiaj Mrs Harn Gordon, MrJulius tor Mrs Albert Dubbin. Mrs Paul Barnett. Mrs AJ Berfcowitz, and Mrs Leo R Cohen. ONE OF THE FALLEN Dorothy Kreiger Fink went to Spain with her sister*. Mrs Harvej Greenapai Mrs M C Burton, and niece, Mrs Basil lleatter At Santa Crei Del Yalle De Los Cardos. a shrine neai Madrid called in English The Valley of the Fallen. Dorothy became one of the fallen She tripped on the marble flooi. was in the hospital in Spain for 11 days, undergoing surgery and then llown back to the states She said that at the airport, in New York the most beautiful sight in the world was her son Richard, coming across the field to the ambulance Now Dorothy is at Mt Sinai with one of those trapezes in front of her to pull on. getting caught up on local news and enjoying listening 10 Naomi. Dick's wife, tell about the children and the latest dramatic pla> she was in. AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB The new decor at YVestview Country Club was irreath admired when Eleanor .Mrs Gus) Eeuer entertained her mother's friends in honor of her mother. Blanche (Mrs Louis' Fncdmann birthday Gay tables oi eight were enhanced b> autumn Hovers of white and yellow pom pomEleanor had %  table of her friends, to she too could play cards while her mothers friends played At her table were Ruth (Mrs Mas Ore \ it/.. Miriam (Mrs David) Bass. Florence iMrLouis Wolf-on and Ann (Mrs Mauncei Kovcn Among her mot tests were Mrs Arline Grotta Mis Guatie Grant. Mrs .leannc Rothschild. Mrs Neil Magoon. Mrs May Kurt/ Mrs Carl Ettenger and Mrs i Milman Frances Lehman At the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Fourth A last Saturday night are 'left to riqht) Saul Sill • of the function and hospital trustee; Harry Li and Mrs. Silberman and Mrs. Lewis. Some 4CC ;. them to celebrate the gala at the Doral Starlight Roo! Kennedy Tribute Will Feature Radio Personality Lee Yogel. Pea body Award-winI radio commentator, will be guest speaker at the second annual John P. Kennedy tribute of the Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, on Tuesday, l p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel, according to Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president. Vogel will speak on "Extremism — 1965" In his discussion on the dangers of the extreme left and right. Yogel will describe his own personal experiences in dealing with political extremes, both in Miami and up north. Chairman for the dav will be Mrs Leo C Steinberg, chairman jf the Commission on Community interrelations. Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress Co-chairman will be Mrs. Jack Shapiro, membership chairman of the Women's Division Members of the committee are Mrs. Sylwa Silvers, president. Justine Chapter. Mrs Joseph Albuquerque, president, Louise Wise Chapter. Mrs Jeanette Stern, president, MiamiCoral Gables Chapter: and Mrs. Sy Reese, president, North Dade Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. Al.-o, Mrs Irving I'erlyn. membership chairman. Eleanor Bnosevelt Chapter. Mrs Louis Cohen, membership chairman. Louise Wise Chapter: and Mrs Russell Winer. membership chairman. Miami Chapter. Rabb Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom and president of the South Florida Council, will greet guests. •NONE AND IHAKl IT "Jlotuk'l JM4t 7uui ?uk BONDED .. PERFECT I GUARANTEED i nio' w(cnr •!' COMaTlTlV> • CIS MliHl IJM4M MMMIIK: M< 5 3Cbe Exotic fiardrna T. fa**, in* !'• m* I Temple Judea Sisterhood Temple Judea Sisterhood will hold a paid-up luncheon at the t mple on Wednesday, Dec. 3. MJ a.m. The affair will be ca tered by the Sisterhood board. A musical program, directed by Mrs Adah .laffer. will ix presented. footlighters Luncheon friday Footlighters luncheon will be held at noon Friday in the Casano\a Room of the Deauville Hotel 1^-on Fields i> in charge of ar 624-8551 EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 18348 N.w. 7 Av. ATTENTION! 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frro 8-3 • JM# fhrHinr Friday. November IS ;eenng Committee of the Accountants Division of the Com_ .-ed Jewish Appeal set for the 1966 campaign goal at S25.1.1. a S5.000 increase over last year. Members of the commit•te getting pledge cards are (left to right) Charles Hertzoff, V:y Sokolow, Aoe Krutman. Karl Sachs. Joseph Post. ChairAccountants Division of CJAppeal Sets $25,000 Goal for 1966 Campaign man Arnold Stern, co-chairman Ralph Weisbard. Benjamin Budowsky. Jerry Bloom. A. B. Werner. Albert Beer. Milton Kublin and Eli Hurwitz. The group scheduled Dec. 1 for its annual campaign dinner at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Mi^H •first group, sni.ually to kick ne Combined Jewish Appeal •> • %  Greater Miami Jewish Fed• r. did w thii 'wk with full .%  •. ". ahead ,-ih Miami Beach Accountant .d J Stern ffH named chairr:' anil Miami Accountant Ralph V. Weisbard was named co-chairD of the Accountants Division Oi • e 1966 CJA and with comD %  e members let a goal of $25.00 for their share of the cam pi 1 La-t year, the accountants nd met a uoal of $20,000 f-ern nd Weisbard'* appoint H • -iti a chairman and eo-chir"11, respectively, were • Fire .ned by till year's chairrrtn, Al Beer. The group raised BB Women's Council Functions .ward North Dane Council, E i; B'rith Women, will have a paic-up membership affair for par ating chapters. Hollywood. Dade, Shoshana and Sunal --. on Tueada) evening, Nov 3 at the Surfaidc Community • i -pecial Israeli program will be %  r %  rented, Israeli Musical Trave* k Itarring Marion Spear. El tMoberman. with specialty a: • by I-ana and Sonya Solnick. accompanied bv Mrs. Aida ^ 9. Julian Nacron, chairman. ii charge "f reservations its goal this year and vc /ed "to raise more funds for the 1966 campaign." Committee members are Stern. Weisbard. Benjamin Budowsky. Jerry Bloom. A. B Wiener. Albert Beer. Milton Kublin. Eli Hurwitz. Joseph Post. Karl Sachs. Abe Krutman. Jerry Sokolow. Charles Hertzoff (hannon Band. Melvin Burton anil Howard Learner. Arthur S Rosichan. evecutive director of Federation, greeted the \ mutants Division at its first meeting and declared that the area "has more health and we) fanproblems than perhaps an) other Jewish community in the United Statei "But." he added, "we have leal funds to work with He continued: "We have our problems of dea'ing with new people and many transplants, and we must educate them to our local needs. Federation has figured out the 1966 budget, which forsees a minimum of $50,000 more than last year just to keep up with the same program because of rising operational costs. 'Most important he added, 'we are looking to improve our programs." Steering Committee Oi the Accountants Division met for more than three houis and set Dec 1 as the date for Us annual dinner at the Dupont Plata Hotel. 3L-* 9> iffiEr ccam at country dak mlami beach g etting OS Spaciousness as the keynote of your eJTaJr ajrudst the ptuahnraa of the Doral Country Club, Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country chib atmos-J phere of this resort-estate. For ajaajgjgfj details, pleat* coB Mr. Day Id Kane, Director of Food and Bertragm Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club t JE 2-3600 A new atendard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly [ planned and executed weddings, hin c heona, buiineaa meetmga ... ranging frooa lotoiooa CJA Committee To Offer Film The Combined Jewish Appeal Committee Of the Four Freedoms t al :1800 Collins Ave Miami Beach, will have a apodal showing of the award winning film. Lei M) People GO." Date for the showing is Dec 13. 8 p m at the Four Freedoms House, according to Rabbi Beryl Aronovitz. chairman of the com mittee arranging the event for the Combined Jewiah Appeal, fund :..i-ing arm of the Greater Miami Jewiah Federation '•ITMII! on the committee with Rabbi An.novitz are Mr and Mrs Manuel Feierman Mr am! MrLouia Luatig, Mr anil Mrs Ben ii Mr and Mrs Philip Weiaa Mis I harles Schlossman. A. Louia Paul. Arthur 11 farb Ben Corn and Saul Block Rep. Shevin Ot^j] As Outstanding State Rep H member of the I H lative deb Jack 1989 • -.at at the Rober: lie) : inu CI The award is %  I • > the memberi Some of the important 1*9,, lation sponsored by M th*, m during the past ss sn men**, a constitutional amendment t, alleviate the effect o* the j nyw tory tax on business and iniu%fry, a strict penal coo* for nir cotic violations, the aevgnat^ of a four-year collene oDd County, a state minimum aM law, and the establisnmem gi the Florida Council on Humtn Relations. Rep Shevin. an is a member of ti | 5 rectors of Beth D Rep Shevin was this past aeaaioa oi tl b> his selection b> I'M s i orps as '01 • most valuable memlislature Adult Classes At Beth Am Regular adult educal at Temple Beth Am .. Mondav evenio beginnera Hebrew Rabbi Herbert Bl tlattJ for 8pm At 9 p m Rabbi S er will lead a course Jewish Thmkeis HAffOlD GUSSM4N Federation Says Harold Glassman PR Director Here Harold D Glaaaman. a native of South Florida. ha> been named public relations director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Glassman began hi new job earlier this month, taking over the i>ost at Federation after near!) four years at (he Miami Beach Dairy Sun. where he worked on the city desk as a makeup and layout editor and city hall editor Nearly three years at the Daily Sun were spent as sports editor Glassman 24, was born on Miami Beach and except for a 39-month stint in the Army has lived in the South Florida art*. He was a newspaperman in uniform and served in New York, California and 18 months in Stuttgart, Germany, writing for Stars and Stripes and the Seventh Army Sentinel. Glassman is president of the Florida chapter oi the l s liar neaa Writers a member of the Florida Turf Writers, Nations Sportewritera and Nation.1; B ball Writers organizations, a membei of the Miami Beach .' Chambei of Commerce the Miami Beach Sports Committee and Chamber of Commerce Sports Committee, the Florida Chapter of the Public RelationSoCiet) of America, and the Advertising Club of Greater Miami He is married to the former Lin da Learner, of Schcnectadj \ Y and has unr son. Howard. 16 months The Glasamana live at 1381 Bav Dr Miami Beach Want To Make An Impression & For Your Next CATERED AFFAIR... 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— Frre 4 3 +3fi*tn*rHfrr Fridcry Mizrachi Women To Hear Report ,-ort on Mizrachi Wo ;: Arthur I Snydai ptockrana Nor. 18 to man. North Dcde Chapter Mn Mpfa Lef%  "~ Days in North Miami Beech. Mi Robert ::.: urges ;. Rippacl of the annual drive preeJdenl North Dade Mn Robert Herbt mbined efforts of North Dade and pre* lent Peshlcin Chapter: Mr= Harry Ar3hapters of the Children %  / %  chairman Mayo: Snyder .-•o rr.d Hospital S-c: %  • i •e Mrs Leo Gariinkel. chairNational Council Chooses Nine Miami Members V..... am I • • S itionsl •: ... -.. that have been apittees %  need the appoint Jropical Chapter luncheon banter, Am i hold a %  -•I Thurilk Hotel's Napo• arrange • is ii Mrs Sidnej Burger COlLrQO nts of Mrs. public alfi n Mi %  Farr. field sen .i e Mrs Jean C !-• I pu->nc i Mn S I commun %  •; %  H r urs and Mrs. 1 %  • n ii • Mn Raj n in. public ret ublic Mini Mr' Na" rial < .. %  Jew ih Wornimoof • M Id oldest major ha29 affiliated Nationalh t: %  ts and Thf -vice for %  from of U* 5< hcxil of I cat!' • the p H e b r i a,-. SI p A Bos ; ucational materials tu children's broad inizattoa of America annual < rupt#-r B, JllSt AtN .' %  ill be presented %  Academt on Wed• 1 P ra Three rr.embers of the national : will offer I Of "harking the 40th year %  || tu sa The] are Mrs William Weintraub. national tr Mrh"ring Boyer. and Mrs Arrange omrrutteefor the report meeting and recep r. for all seven chapters of the .-<• the presidents of chapter Mrs Rachel Katz Laufer Miami r Mrs Julius BUM stein Mrs H>man Kolko Hatik Tokajer, Mn Tfa(^"SWH-e MrI Sakowitr Kinaerel Chapter: ar. Mn Ira looah CapJar. B Hospital Women In Confab Here ': %  \ V r ii •-: b 23 %  %  %  i ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES SALAMI TM PURE BEEF %  '-.-• %  Raoe> Rai L i R %  --• %  I • • I '-~>\ -t-~-im* NO I %  • C • O T • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER 2" N e T a ^.?:: ,e SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 ORT Reelects Mrs. Rosenberg By Special Report Mrs Max M R os en berg of Short HiUi S J has been relent of W n <>KT thai 1.000 :• %  ecent Pitt anin •• • • Mri. ent %  • .... <• Noodle or Potato KUGEl 75c per Lb. Famous Homemade GEFILTE FISH 50c Each WAMOi'S UOMIM \in PECK LED HERMW Freshly Smoked Chub*-98c Lb. Lox-59c U Lb. Nova-79c Lb. KOSHER CORNED BEEF AND PASTRAMI CUT TO ORDER-59c '4 LB. -BETTER TU A\ MAMA 1 SED TO MAKE" ALL FOODS COOKED ON PREMISES ORDER NOW COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN 5:5 A?THUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI BEACH FLOROA lhoii< .IK |-7tiftl For Pre* BHIverv 'Simmered tutto-di-giorno ta'am!" Chef Bo) Ai:? tan :f E-i ih. Hi id %  < u 1 NW CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* MEATLESS SPAGHETTI SAUCE S: rich m f.jor, TOL': %  %  ) cooied ,:a to| Who else btr Cast Boy-Ar-Dei could ceate so much baiaitcba ta'arn in a meatless siuce-hsr.e gronn tomitoes. on*



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Page 10-A +Jt**ls* fkrMtor Friday. November 19. 1965 1 FINAL PART IN A STUDY SERIES BY MIAMI TRAVELER Samaritans Seek to Assure Future By LEON J. ELL Strangely enough, the Jordanli.n Government permits the Samaritans who live in and are eit itena of the SUte ol Israel to join their brethren in Jordan for the Passover holidaj The Samaritans observe the isover on Ml Gerixim, Tlie soemnit) i;i veritable toast. The whole community proceeds to the place ol sacrifice on Mount Geri.nil. allowing abundance of time for the preparations The tents are pitched, and :ill eagerly await the appointed hour which occurs ,t sunset A number of lambs have been careful!) selected from those born in the preceding Tishn. and these, so main as "ill suffice tor the worshippers, are destined •or th< sacrifice Some hours be. the sacrifice, two fires are Started in the trenches In one of them, a cauldron is heated for boiling the w .> t e r necessary to fleece the lamb In the other, a J-.1 fuel is kindled to make •in.",,•:. for roasting the lambs. All Turn to Kibla All these preparations are in t hands of young men who are lad in blue robes. Coincident i i h starting of t he fire the -.r\i.e t>e^iiiN and thi~ is kept up niil the lambs are put into the ten Tin' service consists of the ead %  the Passover selei nous i.-Lin Exodus ami the sing of ancient Passover hymns in the service all turn to the Kib U top of Gerizim. At sunset, the sacrifice takvace, not on an altar but in a itch The throats of the lambs i lefth cut b) a youg man. not .i pries) Tlie ritual inspection then takes place. The smews of the legs are withdrawn, the offal removed and the lambs fleeced v ..id of hot water The lambs are then spitted with a long Ntick n through their length, and are conveyed to the oven which is ated o\er which they place the spits protruding on either side; bile above them. i> laid a thu k ivering of turf to seal the oven Biblical Prescription The process ol roasting takes three or four hours, during which lime the worshippers may rest. the services being mostly Inter%  tittent when n i> deemed the oper time, the lambs are with• rawn A short service then ensues. The congregation now appears with their loins girded and staves In their hands, and when the service is over veritabl) "cat in haste They fall ravenously upon the coal like pieceof flesh, • evouring them and taking platters to the women and children who remain in their tents. When all the flesh is consumed. the bones and scraps are carefully gathered up and thrown into the Still-smouldering fire until all is consumed SO that none of it re mains until the morrow. After the meal, ablutions take place, and the ceremony is concluded with further prayers and chants according to Biblical prescriptions In close connection with the Paschal Iamb ceremony, the feast of the unleavened matxah is reckoned as the second sacred feast being distinguished ,ro in, U?Passover although coincident with it. according to the language of the law On the Kith of the month, a careful search is made of all haven which is scrupulous|) removed, and from the 14th da) until the 21st day no leavened bread may be eaten. The 2ist day is the great day of this feast, and on that day. they make a pilgrimage to Mount Gerizim, reading through the Hook of Deuteronomy on the way. and at the Village of Makkada. where they finally rest. The ensuing Pentecostal is counted bv our method from the second day of the unleavening bread, but literally according to Leviticus from the morrow ot the Sabath in that week, and is especially a holy day of the year The third day of the Pentecost is celebrated b) s great least On that day Moses was supposed to have come down Irom Mount Si and on that day the Holy Law is read Feast of Pentecost T h e fourth feast is that of Pentecost, which is celebrated by the pilgrimage to Mt. Gerizim, where the Holy Law is read Its primitive character aI harvest feast is particularly olv served with regard to tents Yom Kippur is most strictly observe'! \o man. woman or child is allowed to cat, drink, sleep or converse for the whole day All adult malemust spend the whole dav in the synagogue, except for a solemn excursion to the tombof certain of the Prophets The ser vices consist ol the reading ol the whole Pentateuch and the singing of special hymns which are by far the most spiritual ol all the liturgy, dwelling upon the need for repentence. At the end of the day, they ex hihit the ancient Koll Abishua which occurs onlv on this occa sion. The Feast of Booths completes the circuit of seven seasons and is observed in close accord with the Pentecost's regulations, the Booths being erected in the courts of the houses Each dav of the first seven days, they make pilgrimage to Gerizim and abstain from all work through the week The eighth dav. the last great dav of the Feast," is sabiwtuallv observed In the synagogue Their Home Ufa The Samaritans' domestic life to a great extent is consecrated ,nd colored by their religion The Laws of Purification are strictl) observed. The male child is always circumcised on the eighth da> regardleaa of when the eighth day fall*. nr\ hotMay or Sabbath The priest generally performs the operation at the home The) do not observe a Bar MitZ^1 tf*K. Coral Gables Convalescent Home vah The child's accountability begins with his knowing good from evil. Marriace takes place early. Celibacy is considered sinful Divorce takes place at th • pleasure of the husband who can give a bill of divorce, but bacaus %  ot the shortage of women, very few divorces occur. My host. Ycfet Tzedaka. is th • priest, the shoehet. the moyal. the teacher, the judge, and tile head of the Samaritan commun It) in Israel. Yefet Tzedaka introduced IM to his daughter, a redhead lik I himself, who speaks English flu ently. She was recently married to a Jordanian Samaritan during their Passover visit to Jordan. She finished high school in Tel Aviv and is well acquainted with the Talmud, Midrash and Mish nah. nevertheless, she vehemen' ly rejects these studies as part of her religion and dings tenacious lv to the tenets of her father ... 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svember 19. 1965 knisl JhtH/ir Page 13-B )ar KSflitzsdL ,odo!ph Kout ,,l Mr and Mrs I ,,„, |090 47th 't • will Mitzvah on Saturday 20, al Temple the eighth trade at | nigh School and |,' | |ub Hiinter letica music and L • will be honored I irdaj evening at HI, Hotel (•hen Ciwn m >t Mi and awn, 12496 Key v ill i ecome Bai da) No> 20, al ..,,al Temple Randolph Kout Stcphtn (own ll Vbbott School !!, %  iinterested ,,:'•. basketball has won awards %  in baseball. %  irandparenta, !', Weiner, of Ml and Mrs Beach, will %  chard Morris ind MINK 203rd St in on Sat 20 al Beth %  nted with Mo i u.i • • • Hi h the tation I con I inue his Mitzvah jpUrl Rosenbloom Mrs Ethel Rosen b. 16 Ith SI will be u ,ah on Saturday al Beth Torah He will receive B h : Ihe Mollie Ka r %  an eighth I Kennedy Jimtarry Cold Abbe Bendell People Synagogue, teen age congregation of the Religious School David Skup Da\ id Man. son "1 Mr anil Mrs Murray Skup, will he Bar Mitzvah during Saturdaj mornina services, No\ 20, at Temple Adath Vesh ui mi David ian honor student in 'he eighth grade at John F Kennedy Junior High He plays clarinet in the school symphonic hand, and is interested in stamp-collecting and photography Me is an honor student in the graduating class of Hebrew School, and last year won an award in the National Bible Contest Following services. Mr and Mrs Skup will give a ir eption in honor id' then son Lawrence Baumwald Lawrence Irwin, son of Mr and Mrs Solomon Baumwald 2541 5 W I Ter will become Bar Mitzvah dm in'.: Saturdaj services at Beth David Congregation, on Nov 20 Law ; • < %  • an eighth 'fade studen' al High and has I" %  : th David HelloilSchool for the pa-t elidlt years He ;intei ested in com • : led baseball and %  ail and MrHerman Dani : Mrs Jennie Simancients of Lawrence will he in attendance at the services and cele bration to he held at their home Fla. Asst. Atty. Sen. to Address EOD Dinner Here Charles F Wilson. Florida special assistant attorney general, will IKfeatured speaker at the .annual Equal Opportunity I) a y [dinner Saturday aight at the Ev •r^lades Hotel. A former law >rofessor at Florda A and M. Wil.on will highlight he EOD dinner iiogram. which ilso will include iresentation of .wards to perms f o s t e n n g qual opportunity Wilson is a Chorale Seeks Members North Hade Chorale, a new stnxing group which meets at 8 p.m., Thursdays, in room 105, JFK Community school, is looking for no i bers and also for an accompanist. V \t meeting was to IKheld Thursdaj Leon Schitt is director Jerry levcnhol I. Boumwold David Skup Susan Glaiier Abbe Bendell Abbe K.'' %  I lau hter of Mr and Mrs David B n lell 724 I S\H becon e Bas Mitz vah on Friday, Nos. 19 al the late services al Beth David ii Abbe ian eighth grade student ..' Palmetto Junior High, where -he plays flute in the hand She also participates activelj in swim %  h%  : \ and tennis The celebrant's maternal grandmother, Kate Sandow, of London, i %  land, will attend the services and receptions which will %  held at Beth David's Spector Hall ; Kings Bay Yacht club. member o< the Board of Directors of coth the Community Council of Escambia County, where he practiced law in Pensacola, and the County Commuity Action Program. He is former president of the Southwest Bar Association, president of the Florida A and M Alumni Association and recipient of a special award from the 'jniversity for his work in the area of Florida civil right*. if Equal Opportunity Daj is the Greater Miami Urban League, an agency ol the United Fund a (ministered bj an interra: men and women from i., •,. .I life T Willard Fair is dor Christie Set For Runoff Here Irwin C. Christie will be in the runoff in next Tuesday's election in Group 4 for Miami City Commission, seeking the seat vacated by retiring Mrs Alice Wainright. The 36-year-old candidate is married to the former Joyce Spector, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Spector. and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel ("Pop"' Sp tor The couple have four chikll ; nd are expect inn a fifth this" month Christie is a graduate of N e w York University and the Unh sitj of Miami, where he receivi d ins :,iw degree, At the university, he was an attorney general, i„ ,of the Legal Guidance Boar l author of articles in the Miami Law Review, and received his deree cum laude. Hi Is a past exalted ruler of the Elks of Miami and on the board %  >! the VM and WHA Insurance Exec Assigned Henry Pearlman has been assigned by American Income I Insurance Co of Waco. Tex its Florida office at 720 NW 27th Ave under the supen ision of Si I Jaci bs with whom Pearlman c closely asso< tated I Waldman MOTEL 7 lor High, and attends fifth year graduatir Hebrew class at Beth Corah He is active in the Young ERVING fodilional nksgiving )inner [icior lone's Where VtgmK* in Dining is A Traditioa 1045 9 5th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 L, V TT J^MEViiMl! IMRIU 10 AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES rlN OAtlt S. SUNDAYS 12 Noon to 10 P.**. HALIANDALE, FLORIDA On US 1, one half m i* ouh oi GulftfrtarTi Rinr T I %  Ph. HOLLYWOOD WA 2 7223 IIA I I IIISO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILV NW. 7th STREET, MIAMI ?""• NE 3 496 Larry Gold Religious services at Temple Sinai lo be held al Wash ns Pedei I l NE ItiTth SI on Saturday morning, No* 20, will include the Har Mitzvah of Larry, son of Mr and Mrs Aaron Gold. l..iii> is an ei ihth grade student at John F Kennedy Junior High School His favorite sports are ill and soccer, and he has ded judo clas es for the past years His include ,. Q |, ; and the i plays the piano and \ iohn ( m i of town relatives who will be atl his ; Mrs Leon Park, N V Jerry Leventhal Jerry son ol I Mrs. N ol WeM Miami. i N %  A • ,-. inior iys in the -< I \ reception Hotel c held in %  the Mil vah Susan Glaiier Susan, daughter ol Mi and Mrs Sal Glazier, 1990 NE 197th Ter will become Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening, No*. 19, at Beth I ah Congregation Susan will receive a Bible in behalf oi the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Susan is aii eighth JTade student al John F Kennedy Junior High, win re she plays Dute in the school orchestra Susan is a member ol I nited Synagogue Youth and Girl Scouts 3 DAY "hanksgiving Special CMtCK IN THURS NOV ?5 TO SUNDAY NOV 28 All BOOMS AT tM S 'i per person — .NCIUOINO STH1CUY KOSHM -*!AlS under @ super, sion DINNER MUSIC and DANCING Traditional THANKSGIVING DINNER S,.d trom 4 -a ? t VI $395 ... %  CMiioBis. JNOH ; u 1 _'8 MSIHVA1ION JE 8-5731 o JE 1-1514 / 9r"cstit€ )icrl:Dim i \ COMPLETE S CO! 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rv \f\ Taqe 12-A *Jelstfk>rklkn nQek CJIOUS s ervices 7Ui T r Ml P UENORAH. 620 75th St Rabbi Mayer Abm Friday. Novembei 19. 1965 1 S G^DATH ACHIM. LomMrdy hviti. *X>5 Collins Ave. Orthodos. i ;. ii, S.i. .In* '• Mm !i.i 1> 111 • UE-TH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conf-vative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipson. !• % %  ..,> %  :". pm Sermon i"ii— sldlsni gsxi omimi %  iti V %  %  u luunsburg Baa aUUvab Abbe .1 Mr d Mi [C W Dixie Hwy. Conservative ^abbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor frfvmour Hinkes. Sermoi \\ tial a • I • %  -. • *. %  u .. .. 8 CANDIELIGHTING TIME 24 Heshvan — 5:11 pjr. -_ a Conservative. Rabbi Mayer AbramWCCKCMG Stroni .turday am i,rat >:r.i le Hi !••- -"">• "" "' '" serrated. Miami Resell \tu I CENTER. 3175 SW 25th Chapter ORT iu psctJclpste serv.tiv. Cantor L.ul. ; SabEath si** !" *" 9ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip•ChttS. Cantor Jacob Renzer .... i %  % %  Baa Mltl \.ih Susan, dauarhler of Mr and Mrs Sathai ''. .i/:< North I >ade I 'haptei ,i; Mrs PVIIci !'• A n. pre* lent. .Mil parti' P*te In ORT MM ATM', college group organised al Beth %  I s. hix • !•• nr. p • a II b< honored, i '" %  .. in liar MltxvaJi R f Mr \i M Martin, i in of MrI %  ': ii. ; Rosei • B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter Cantor Jack Lerner. aj 13 ; %  m Hanaasah Sabbath ,,..-• ipeakei MrSol man l"h -..,-: pi. -i l. in. Albert I' • '• Ii %  ter il i.i-Bali and i lil.nt. M ami %  i • I it... I.. —.Ii 'fopli ii,. II. .,: i i. II. Hadaoah .-..i %  Junlo M ha S p.m • FLAGLER • GRANADA. 5C NW 51at PI. Conservative Rabbi David Roaenteld. Cantor George Goldberg. r i • p m. I lada sa h Ss ath ,; ieai n|iealter, MrRuth Lubln Pop|i II daasati I Wi % Shabbal hoal .-.i bj SI 8B rday 8:30 a.m s. rtnoi i 'i rt ii n of thi \v.. ^ Min%  ii.. Id i in ISRAELITE St. Con Cohen. .. ,,. ,:„. si -I%  ,.v Ka\ar.l Strell Ton %  >'• re, ivrl will rea -, ,, .,.-1..Portion ol Hi •• %  K -. • rda) %  JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITV SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H Stern. i p.m Sal daj • 10 a m and Jewa KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield Cantor Abraham Self. I % %  da) :• M p.m. Saturda) ••JO s\.m rh-Matchmaker SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Miami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. Cantor Louis Goodman. i'i•..!., an I 1 '.' %  ', m Set mon -The \ aba an Our I •%  •' M a m Sermon "Bualni .-Eth and R< Do The) ': %  • Mlncha 5 !" %  p m TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Edward Klem. Frill..* v i ... in i >RT Habbath -• in. i, rlapplneaa Attained b) tVtlng f .t! iMrPi .. W ,,,,-, i.ir Ra) Chapter ORT, will .1^ )o p in Hadaaoah 8abl r, .i in Bar Mitavah Howard Ni II, on "f Mr and Mn .la. k Stamen — -.. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI Temporary office 1820 NE I64h St Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy Cantor Chet Gale. \\.. ki nd -. v .. %  bi hi Washington Federal. *•!• Ni: i*7tli SI ,-,„,.,> v IS „ ni ORT Sabbath Oul M SI. In. \ IM %  • -' %  %  P r ;,. ;,.. %  ;,.. %  .. IPftHl ORT """ dat II %  in Bar Mttavali i irry. m n .., MI and MM lamn fio TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. > |S p in Oueal • %  V I .1,,. • lor Mtml inai llnS, hi and T • unu %  nter. • in • TEMPLE ZAMOP.A. 44 Zamjra Ave. Conservative. R.ibbi Max^iii Btrgtr Cantor Ben Oickson. I-. Ida) :1B p ni SMIUVIHN .-, rmori 'Portion % %  < thi W< i.' i'r ,|. ... -,.:i ..! Ml %  I M'li. ml. I Holdw s riFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry Wernick K Ida) I 10 i m s rn %  a P.eiqrloua i .-iirL-. in Suburbia." Onej -iiabhat h -i. by .-. %  • i d i %  .,••,, Portl n "< <• %  '•'• c YOUNO ISRAEL WO NE *st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherw.n S*. aubcr ,i 1 3U •i Sal • Ml TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conaervative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone. Cantor Maurice Neu. Irlda) S IS and • 16 p m Hadaaaah %  II .,k. i MiPhil p Pine, m< mhi i ship \ i pr< si Oreatei Miami Chapter Hadaaaah Wli.it iHadaaaah? I % %  • Mltaxah l'.iM-i Alan, eon ol Mr MiMurra) Skup Junloi C A :ll condui services Mine. Bar bara Moriia will p t .• blograph) ..f HiI.it. Prol 'halm Weltaman, %  state of larael Saturda) %  l %  p in 5950 S. Kendall Reform. Rabbi HEBREW ACADEMY. Dr. Orthodox. Rabb Gross Rl Ida) 5.15 p m -., M ni ha 24CO Pinetree Alexander S. TEMPLE BETH AM Dr.. So. Miami. Herbert Baumgard. Prldaj • JO p.m Sew member-famPlea .' :. b< honored > %  mon Whal IIn It for M' •-..! irda %  Bai Mltl \..ii David, son of Mr ami Mrs Lawn nee Ueltaoi Mlcl ... I. son • %  Di and Mrs I %  .• ni • :.• r Hebrew Lesson TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Rabbi Samuel Jaffc. .IK sra or s nzp rrn nr xz -K^ •-: % %  : Mar 1:1S I %  in I I !• %  .,. n i Bl 1-1 II. '-..n UHOLLY Reform. IT %  %  iof iIn. •! i I I ••• -•• • — LT-sca a-3K-*?r *-T* D**1DC*3 zn .on' "TN-n rs „. ... _. .. ; TS orrs t"-' %  — ': K*n ~^~^-. • %  ; -'-• :< .N '. .. D -" :• %  :.:3 i;-: "s axn ::: ; N*: •; aH f:.~ lnaia niBS>sn r.'jz ;~ ixSap s '~z' ni"?nari "...TO -pioacn (r-:-irr-aa ini Turns) Meir Dieiengoff it -.'iJlers of Tel Avii -ia ro"? rx:^ man ;n: T t __ N i. 1 ay ri I _n •"•" ~:zTi nz'Z^, -2; --J pa --j-r c-:"n or a c x """? '0 %  ""r"*"::xi "JL"" n 2 IT "I ~"~ "%  •"1 Y J • • • -rx .. --• -J ..: _. _._ : „ a .. ": %  --;"N r: "— Huliill W II Hi M -• lllga r \\ .'. anil hoat tin ilneg i • honoff net e TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 7600 SW 120th St. Reconstruct cnist. Rabbi Morris SkOp. It; 15 | "Til. Men ..-• %  %  i ;. • |o I -. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish Canter David Conviser I" • %  \ • c TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S M Machtn Canter Abraham Reiseman. \ 11 %  Mi TEMPLE BETH TOV (i2f ? W 8th Bl Consei vat.ve. Rabbi Paiph Z Glixman. %  • 111 %  M I3T K •;• — —„• xL-m7 ;:t?a .1935 C--7moo ara j^pn -i' niiinai n u xi-n .o-ioni -:-x mpa -u .*~r xz.n these stories were printed, Itialik praised them There were no museums in the 1. man) stories about their firs; country in those days, and Diezen Thej tell sympatheUeallj -"" <'"' much '" ,1,aw '" tbe l '"> 11 h .v Diezengofl would fo out Into 1 -in^u of the city, riding on I whits horje In those days the artist! and writers When his wife died il30>. Dietengoff decided to huild a mu -cum \\v went from person to 1 i-hriMfd the country and an) person, from artist to artist, and 1 person would travel in asked them to help him to estab 1 private car; i>ui Diezengofl lish the museum 1 on hihorse Hiprivate The well known arti-t. Marc u iportation he would ChagaH, tells us that "One day l ,. ii 1 e of the municipal there came to me in Paris a man 1 ding, or in the fences of who made a great impr es sion, I nice neat and polished He laid I am the mayor of Tel Aviv, and off, who had no children .,,„ _,,„„„ ,„ ,, u|ld a mu8euni ,,. of b %  loved children ver) ,,, A ,,, vou wan| „, EL. 17C1 Wa.hing. ton Ave Conservat.e R.llli Irving Lehrman Cantor r^. Ao'er M..I %  : 1 IKT i.m .%  : • %  • %  • 1 I Baa Mil ih Itar Mltl ... 11 Koul Mini ha i p m Bai allti vah -' son f Mi am) Mrs Ut > •'., A n a TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform Rabbi Joi me of his kinfolk rather than an idolatrous (anaamte woman, A ra ham sent his trusted servant Eliezer to his former home in Mesopotamia where his brother, Nahor. lived Approaching thecity, Eliezer prayed for the success 0 his mission He determined on .< procedure: He would ash ch i:irl he met, "Give me your pitchei and iel me drink Thi rirl who would reply, "Drink, and 1 will give lb) cameldrink '-" should be Isaac's destined bride iGen 24 l-t' Rebekah da fti ter of Bethuel, the son of Abraham's brother, Nahor, cam< 10 the well to draw water, and responded with the correct formi Klieier s request Thanking (iod for His kindness the old famil) el Miited himself to Rebekah's family, explained inreceived permission for Rebekah t<> accompan) him back to Canaan as Isaacs prospective wife Isaac loved Rent was consoled In her alter Inmother's death Al • anothei wife, Keiui.ih and -in bore him tons whom hi ed to the east Al the age of 175, Abraham died and was I .' f" Sarah in the Cave of Machpelah This recounting of fhe Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher Is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT All Things Work For Our Own llrst Interest T fl By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ Temple Ner Tamid And Jacob said Josi pfa Is not and Simeon is nut. and ye ill take Benjamin away, all th are against me den 42 36' In hilong and tortuous career, .1 a c ii ii had had in any sun le SI days, but the darke-t and most lc day of all was that .it which he had now arrived Joseph, be took for dead S 1 m eo n was a prisoner in Egypt. Mysterious hands were trying to clutch Benjamin and drag him from the KABBI tABOVirz 1 mull inei incidi ils, in-t as there are d ferj 1 merril) and evi %  fa< e MI meet wears .i smile an 1 qual to e\ er> deman ores are lightly brushed a a) thi re are daj w hen n erj thin, goes wrong Every artist knowIUI lays; he hamornings whin bis ingers lose their cunning Ever) man of business knows such days, 1 hen all things seem tn fail into .1 tangle. And how we deal with the bad of life and react to tl PHI and inizi them, 1one "t 1 .Teat abiding teats of character But the delightful comfoi >f our ii \t 1tiii; that Jacob Wl -11 ill ttrly mistaken Although he did not know it he was entire! mifin terpreting ins life iii tn l for ted that Joseph ha slain; yet he was Prime Minister ol Egypt He pictured Sii m in In 1935. when he traveled hel| me' %  Swita r health reasonj The simplicity of his words lie wrote lovely child: iries hjut ... mv sv mpa hx rbe were memoirol his -rand aKr€ .,. d mnmediateK iboul hivisits to the Bed tribes and others. When (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith) ^a^ot aniline kid with a -U-DOW Thu pjgr %  < • :.i roOperation with rl-.r Hre^ler Miami Raoomical Association %  •r :i %  I sheltering of home And all lluhappened simultaneously, and m a an alien prison, yet th< period of protracted famine when wful %  "'"' In Egypt as hi nend. sorrows would be more difficult He shrank with borroi I m the to bear It was the comini togethloss ol Benjamin yet s I • r of many evil things, the dark heart was yearning over Benjamin concurrent ol 'hen that made and longing to clasp biir to Its the patriarch cry almost In de,,: •pan "All these things are against V w that dark liiHir which Jacob reached 1an hour which everybod) reaches There come days When tempted tO CO ''"" a n-t me Wl shouil mvenl and rneditate 0 The day will dawn when e will find that all things have been a. when that which tries the spirit is working together for our



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rjidoy. November 19, 1965 %  #m / A fhritftar Page 5-A %  I I Jeicish Future Tied to 'Have-Nots 9 Continued from Page l-A M need is a change in the k bj U whole na, 1.600 delegate* h convention were davs how to combat than advised day heard defeaae of • i, Christianity, fluIvement >n the civil were told of the Jewish interdependthc world, and discussed, art) evenproblem Jewry today. The> passed Important resolu. .„, retarding these and other is including federal • m kasbruth, disarm• others — but the nl action they took, of the executive (lithe I n.ted Synagogue, At the session on Memamage. hing Of Talmud Study Rabbi Saul I. Tepl.tz. of WoodRABBI BtRNAUD SfCAl Other Thus, a dialogue with Christianity can be carried on when there is mutual respect To en age m a dialogue does, not mean that there are efforts at conversion or sacrifice of sincerely-held principles of faith." Prof Moshe Davis, head of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and research profe-sor in American Jewish History at the .1 e w i s h Theological Seminary, where he was ordained, spoke of a "great divide" between the Jewish ((immunities of the world which. he said, was not geographical It is within the communities themselves — "between the Jewishly concerned and the Jewishly indiff< rent." He said that these "walls nf separation" are also rising within the American and Israeli comJ munities. } Lee C. White, special counsel to the President of the United States, and also a member of a Washington Conservative congregation, brought a message of greeting from Mr. Johnson. He declared that one of the most important tasks before the Jews was the unfinished one of civil rights and urged the United Synagogue to .givo it a high priority. Henry N Rapaport. of White Plains, NY. was elected president of the United Synagogue, suerever o uvvs. ims mviuuvo the Soviet Union, although freeceding Maislen. .he ew fecmdoom there is defined in Soviet ary is Dr. Maxwell Jjaye. of Irvingterms. It is an era without poton. N.J.. and the treasurer is groms. a life without Hitler." Philip Greene of Jamaica. N.Y. "Freedom in such large and geographical terms is a new experience for the Jews." Dr. I'riiu declared. "Freedom entails the choice of to be or not to he a Jew, Jewish physical existence is no longer theatenecl." he said • A total new chapter has begun For the first time in history does the Jewish people enjoy freedom wherever it lives. This includes Which Is Better For Your Company Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? Dr with mere, L l declared that while he could otter no "effective cure" to this advised the delegates it pnmarilv among themselves but in the home, the when the Nazis destroyed the syn% synagogue and the religious school. BgOgues. % Rabbi Teplit/. declared that it Or. Print, who is president of is in the home that we are "scorthe American Jewish Congress and ins our greatest failures." The chairman of the Conference of home, in his opinion, is where Presidents of Major American Jewyoung lives are bent, molded and i>h Organizations, was a rabbi in trained, where children learn of Berlin, spent time in concentration Jewish values because they can be.amps, and was finally expelled by *ed the Talmud to be hold their patents as Jewish valHitler it of our lives as Jews." uen 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 In fact Rabbi Bernard Segal •old the delegates representing SCO synaqogues throughout the United Slates and Canada that •he Talmud project "has •he potential of becoming the Tiost important effort in the entire 52 year history of tho United Synagogue," the congregational arm of the Conservative ftevement. Davis shared the platform j The Best Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing or Both. Dr. Joachim Print, who re > | t depends entirely on your particular circumstances & problems. 4 _-d the delegates of the date. % „ A II luHf not to seek NOV. 0. the anniversary of "Crys \ Why Not Allow an Expert to Br.ef You on All Facts. the youth tal Night" in Germany in 1938 Chances Are Your Financial Advisers Already Know Us. .red the fact that "we hl minded the delegates; ol the date, j ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ on A|| Fjcts? j t We Design-lnstall-and Completely Service All Types of Plans, 4 4 4 < < i t 4 I He il '.If ui >i "Ul •••*.mm •••.-, that it is no longer studied by Children who are dropped ott at .., he announced Sabbath services while the parents i .ue sponsorship of go elsewhere will inevitably drop Talmud a modern cut of synagogue attendance in maul this treasury of law turlty. he said, lnterfaith dating jk ri NbtON TRUST AND PROriT a, RING r>L**s FIRST FLORIDA CONSULTANTS, INC. 0 N %  m • • so MIAMI BtACH FlOiD J316J Mdv.n l. Kertimer. Pres. 945 6344 Louis 6. Weehtler, V. 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November 19. 1965 **#;/ rhrlrfljr Page 9-B w li5to Official Will Make liman Relations Award to Rabbi Narot eW l,h Commit,Q65-\ '••• -' f,,r 1,is,incu,shed 9* .,,„• the Cauaa <>f %  ns will >o present„ Narot. .abb. -!" %  • %  dinner to IP T S P N 28 at the Dupont |p.j H -,. .„ II be i" "' %  I fcj | •' -. ...„..,„. 0 f Newark : ,, A JC, National I ho wl11 I Ho mar formerly served M ^...i v c president of me n Jewish Committee. teiS c7t Domestic AfEToU-e.vic.ch.i^.n TL Cc ~,,unity Affair. ComI.HH. d pr..i-" •' •• {h pfer ir Essex County, N.J. i talla> ,;4 he was a member I.,, \:. .W-wMi Committee iFa-jl : l^-.-r |: the NAACP, and David B Fleeman, honorary presic'-nt, AJCom•nittee and vice president of the G'eater Miami Jewish Federation. Jacob Bornstein, cantor of Ternpie Israel, will present a mono Ingue ami selection of songs from 'Fiddler on the Roof." Cantor Bornstein is a graduate of Hebrew I nion College School of Sacred Music and in his H yean association with Temple Israel has frequentl) been heard In local concerts, oratorios and with the pro duction of the Miami Opera Guild. The evening, a black tie event, will conclude festivities with dan i cinfl to Lenny Dawson and his orchestra, currently play.nu in Dr. Ranson Is Guest Preacher Dr Samuel 7. .laffc. spiritual leader Ol Temple Beth El, Holly wood, was in San Francisco last weekend attending the 48th bien nial convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. PiidfP E HOFfMAN Club (iigi of the Pontainebli au Hotel Accompanying him as delegates were Mr and MrMorton I. \bram, president, and Mr and Mrs Sherwin Grossman, members ol the Hoard of Trusteel)i Marifls Ranson. rabbi-emeritus ol Temple KnianuKl. Ft ile will be guest preacher a' % %  icv;,i Tern"'" Both Pi on Friday evening. His sermon u I'.I !"• in "How i an We Develop I: ight?' The East Orange Temple in New Jersey, where Rabbi Ranson Served for many years, dedicated itreligious school chapel in his honor in 1962. and designated it as "The Rabbi Marius Ranson Interfaith Brotherhood Chapel" Dr Ranson was mad.an honorary life member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis in tribute to his dedicated ministry. Fascell Speaks Before Lodge Congressman Dante B. Fascell was principal speaker at the regular meeting <>1 the Miami ;,, ach Lodge ol B'nai B'rith at the Algiers Hotel on Wednesday at i p.m. Miami Judge Milton A Friedman also spoke. Joseph L. Goodman, president of the organlxa. tion. was chairman. \ atican to discuss relations, as exee at the EcumenRabbi Caplan to be Honored Here Dec. 16 For 35 Years of Service in the Rabbinate ational and civic afn .,n was a-sista.it gen• the War Production ..-iy served on the tions and Trade tlee of the Bar As %  the City of New York. the Korean conflict hearing commisNational Production the New York-New dctive I lerslcouns I Trade R I %  I I • Phi Beta Kappa at the Law Journal ,t Y'a 5< hool Hoffman ird of Directorof .mil real estate Tribute 1 honoring Dr. Narot for his cedication and commitment to creating a positive climate in human relation* in this community will be paid by outstanding citizens of Dade County, including John C. Harrison, • member of the Metro Community Relations Board, the Rev. Thecdore R. 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/A< K/< ovnan '. lA/ortJ "eJewisb Floinidian. Miami. Florida. Friday, November 19, 1965 Sectjor. 3 n j by ISABEL GRCVE Ishown settling last minute details are Mrs. William H. Gordon. I.hostess md Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman nf th* Temple lEmanu-El Sisterhood trip ticket project. The committee met let the GoiHon home to set up the annual program which will Iculminatt' in the Temple's annual meeting and dance on SunIdcv evening Nov. 28. Other members of the committee are IMTS Irving Cypen. Mrs. Max Dinisman. Mrs. Samuel I* HalIcenn Mrs Louis Hauser, Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, Mrs. Irving EehrmaT! Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro and Mrs. Michael Tames. Hadassah to Hear Speaker J Miami < hi tei ol Hadassah has R tkers to appear luring Sabbath ter |moi evening at the fol i ie>i Mrs Philip Fine, Adath Yeshu run Temple: Mrs .lack Lubin, Flaglcr-Granada Jewish Center; Mrs Norman ( hasin, B'nai Ra phael Birthday cake and table decorations were in shades of pink for the luncheon tendered Marine GUckman when she turned sweet sixteen earlier this month The Imperial Hoom of the Roney IMaza Hotel was the setting for the festivities which attracted 28 friends and relatives to the gay afternoon planned by the honoree's parents. Mr and Mrs Nathaniel (J lick man. Miami Beach residents for the past 15 years during which they have been active in local organizations Their vivacious teen ager is a junior at Beach High and belongs to the .lays Sorority and Octette Service Club Guests included Mr and Mrs. Hy man Dave. Margie's aunt and uncle from Asheville. N.C., and Mrs Doris Adler. a great aunt. • Mr and Mrs Albert Rosen, of North Miami Reach, have re turned from Long Island. N V where they attended the Bar Mitzvah of grandson Ronald Son f the former Miamian Leatrice Sunshine and Fredric Roberts, the celebrant was born here Reception and dinner followjng the Bar Mitzvah ceremony was held at U-onards of Great Neck Only adults accompanied by teen-agers or subteen-agers were permitted on the boat ride last Saturday which celebrated the Has Mitzvah of Lyn Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold A Font It was a gay evening Ml the SS Dreamboat. with saiior hats for the young people, lou of refreshments and continuous dancing to a band with a be** Here from South Carolina for tie celebration, was Mr.-. Harold Pont's sister Mrs Hyman 3--bergal. • • Over 400 admirers of Dr. Abraham Wolfson turned up at Washington Federal, Miami Beach, in Saturday night to help him celebrate his 84th birthday ... in honor of the occasion. Dr. and Mrs Morris Schor unveiled a bust of Dr Wolfson made by Zena Posever. well-known Miami Beach painter and sculptor Founder and director of the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education, Dr. Wolfson returned the compliment by giving live rules on how to grow old usefully ... On "Diesdaj noon, at the Pil-ido Hotel, B'r.ai B'rith Lodge wuT pay homage to the spry octogenarian i 'ring its regular meeting • • Capt. and Mrs Ha: i Lt Continued on Pc 11-B Or It EXCLUSIVE iSHlEIJ IJffMT — :MT. WOOL KMT COST* ME Curs alone come see these couturier knits flown direct from Israel Touch these luscious wools showing rh new directions in knits lithe, light, softly feminine, designed with a continental • a f and individuality. Social-minded to flourish in Florida, k with equal charm. Shown, 3-pc suit with ruffled white knit blouse -.Hied cuffs, navy |acket skirt. $95 %  • % %  %  >hop 'h -d floor 0OWNH .'. "• '•' •' %  •' %  '' Now open, our fascinating new shop, the Israeli, filled with fabulous imports from Israel! Here in our modern market place are outstanding arts, crafts, fashions, and accessories, that proudly reflect the vigor of this dynamic young country! To seekers of the unique, to fashion leaders, we bid you welcome in the best Israeli tradition, SHALOM! On the ''h <1oor lsrM pintings and prints on lc from th, Uurr.y S G-eenf.eld gHery of Tel Aviv and N< ~ Vorfcl downtown minmi store